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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): August 10, 1922 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1922 cen1922081001_sn86069201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): August 10, 1922 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1922 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. THE CENTRAL RECORD. THIRTY THIRD YIAR LANCASTER. KY.. THURSDAY AFTERNOON. AUGUST 10, 1922. noaici it. 27 YEARS AGO Items of The Central Record AUGUST 10th.. 1895 CHAMBER OF COMMERCE ACHIEVEWhiskey Robbery MENTS DURING FlkST YEAR OF THIS WEEK Lawrcneeburg, Ky. deputies ORGANIZATION Culled From The Files from the office of Prohibition Dlrec Bis; tor Sam Collins at Lexington, served warrants on Wallace II, Camp, J. C Milton, and I.oyd Simpson, of this city, charging them with conspiracy to violate the prohibition law. Camp was the at the Dedman distillery at the t me the $280,000 theft of whiskey was said to have been made, and was in charge of the key to the bonded warehouse where the liquor was stored. Milton and Simpson were guards. Prohibl tlon Agent Jerome Tarter, who check ed up the distillery, found that nut of 325 barrels stored In the ware house, thirty-thre- e were empty; one was full and the remainder contained from five to ten gallons each. Warrant have been Issued for two other parlies whose name cannot be learned, but who are said to be Ohio ana. Meyer Ilros., of Cincinnati, are the alleged owners of the whiskey The men arrested were released on. bonds of $5,000 each. All claim they will have no trouble proving their innocence of the charges. Warrants in Paint Lick Wins Southern to Boost South From Corbin Nine At Chemical Exposition V 111 Garrard County Teachers Institute ,. OC1SIUI1 n Ut. UVUII . If..... ,,mum the notes of the Institute we find this: "Mac" Klllolt has the alf or, ami comlucti himself like nn old patriarch. He tit in the rear of the bar, keeps his mouth doted and looki wiie, wholly absorbed in the male-lik- e down upon hi upper lip. Whenever he dnlna to talk he I greeted with rounds of applauie from the fair ladles." Homer Hatson and Owen Shugar rode to Huitonville on their wheels. Hudson farm at Camp The Dick Robinson is advertised for sale. "Mlt" Klllolt consumes mwt of his tfme in making eyes at, and flirting with the pretty young teachers. He Ihlnka the West 1'olnt school needs an assitUnt and Is firing his wily darU at the heart of every pretty face he meeU. Miss Carrie Currey has been the guest of her sister, Mr. F. D. (5aines, in Danville. Messrs. John Farra, John l.ear, George Palmer and Charley Walker, took In the Nlcholasvllle bicycle races last Friday and Saturday. Mr. Vernon Hichanlton, the courtl-ne- i man in Kentucky, .has been, here several days visiting friends. Misses Chastlne McGregor, Kllen Nellie Owsley, Altie .Marksbury. Mnrrs and some ten or twelve young men of this city, attended the entertainment given at West I'olnt Tues-da- y evening by Col. Jim West, who was celebrating his fiftieth anniver-v- i In What Others Say of Our Farm Bureau Edition The Lancaster Hecord printed this a thirty-tw- o page edition of its paper for the Farm Ilureau of Garrard county. The paper was full of splendid reading matter pertaining to the farm and farmer. The editors are to be congratulated upon getting out such a wonderful, wholesome edition. It was quite a job for a country paper to turn ut thirty-tw- o pages, but the Itecord seem to have accomplished it with apparent ease. Danville Advocate. The Central Ileeonl, of (.anrastcr, turned out a tour section, 32 page Farm Ilureau edition last week. The Record was splendidly arranged, well illustrated ami contained much valu able information ns well as the usual amount of Garrard county news, pre. pared in excellent fashion. The merchants anil business people of the county advertised generously and made it possible for Editor Hob Klkln to turn nut the booster number. Kill, tor Klkm and his staff are to be upon the success of their week efforts. Danville Messenger. ry- - Farmers say the corn crop this .ea. son will be the finest ever railed in the county. Mrs. Mollic Young has purchased of Mrs. J. I. Hamilton, her fine combined black mare, for S1G0 cash. Yates Hudson sold 4C0 bushels of Irish potatoes to George Cogar for 40 cents a bushel. .Doesn't This Show Lack of Home Interest? The average Springfield cltlxen gets up at the alarm of a Connecticut clock, buttons his Chicago suspenders to Detroit overalls, puts on a pair of shoes made in Ohio, washes in a Iou isvflle basin, uses Cincinnati sonp, and dries on a cotton towel made in New Hampshire,' sita down to an Kvansville table, eata bread made in lbanon with Minneapolis Hour, Kansas City grits made from Illinois corn and fried In Omaha lard on a South Hend stove. After breakfast be dolls up in a shirt and collar laundered in Danville or Louisville, puts on a Philadelphia hat, lights up a Louisville cigar, marches down town and orders Irish potatoes grown in Michigan, canned tomator and corn canned in Indiana and sits down in an office chair made in Grand Rapid, and uses a Syracuse typewriter, boosts his foreign stock to his local people. Fast Drivers Take Warning The City Council has Instructed Chief Hratton to arrest all automobile drivers who are continually ex ceeding the speed laws of the city, regardless of the ordinances and re gardless of the repeated warnings that Chief Hratton has given them. He informs us that some arrest are sure to be made the next time such violations are made and then they will have to tell their (roubles to Judge Kinnalrd. Down Goes Gasoline Quite a little comment has been going the rounds of the community during the past few weeks, caused by the price of gasoline on our local markets being two cents higher than Danville We nre and Lexington. glad to announce that Conn and Conn, our local guragc firm, are advertising In this issue, Gasoline at 26 cents a gallon and are asking the patronage of their friends, they be- ing the first to meet the foreign prices. Head their advertisement on page four. At night the same man goes to his home built of Florida lumber, crawls under a New Jersey blanket and is kept awake by a, Springfield dog the only home product found on his premises. Isn't it about time Springfield had a few, at least, of the needed in dustries that we might support and enjoy? Food for thought. Springfield Sun. Farm Bureau Drive Morgan, aecrctary of Farm of the State Federation Bureau, is in Garrard county this weok conducting a drive for this or ganization and meeting with exceptional success. Meetings are being held each day and in the evenings at various sections of the county. His talk to the merchants of the town last Monday afternoon was well attended and his work In the county Is favored by the merchants generally. Mr, Morgan Is an entertaining and gifted speuker and has made many warm friends In this community. Hon. Geoffrey Quiet Primary There was practically no interest manifested in the Republican primary held herv last Saturday, and us u result only 270 votes were cast in the county. Hubbard's majority over Kincald being 202 votes. Hubbard receiving 230; while Kincald received 31. Kincald is nominated by a good majority of the vote cast in the district, carrying every county in the district except Gurrard. The honor is an empty one, yet it cost the district nbout $5,000 to hold the election. Farmers Meeting Kvrry farmer in Garrard county should attend the farmers meeting nt the court house next Saturday afterThe remains of Hcrnard Simpson, noon. It. will bo devoted exclusively von of Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Simp- to the interest of the farmers of Gar-rar- d and all should muke an effort to son, were brought from Lexington Usi Monday and burled In the Gunns attend and bring hi neighbor. Chapel cemetery last Tuesday afternoon. Mr. Simpson was 18 year of age and died of peritonitis in a LexThe Hccchwood Farm have Just Simpson Fine Hog ington hospital. OU '' received a handsome Hampshire boar pig from Cantril, Iowa, where one of the largest farm breeding this breed is of hog in the United States Dosaiaaa Portland Cement, Lisa ia barrels, 3 an 4, Rock, Comma 4 Pressed Brick. Hudson A Faraau. located. City Government for Lancaster. Joined other Southern Com'l. OrAssisted In securing lower electric ganizations In opposing effort of rates for Iincaster. Alabama Power Company which com. Assisted in securing better ice ser- pany was opposing the transfer of vice. Muscle-- Shoals Plant. Assisted in securing bus line to Assisted Hurley Association in se Lincoln, Jessamine and Fayette. curing additional members following Assisted the American Legion and first payment by the association on men seeking to file claims. all tobacco, pooled to date. Assisted the American Red Cross Indorsed a Garrard Club proposed during membership drives. by the Lancaster Woman's Club. Agreed to assist the U. S. Touring Assisted County Demonstration Agent in Club Organization work. llureuu in establishing an Auto Camp Sent two Garrard County school Site at Lancaster for transient motorstudents to State University for Sum- ists. mer School. Assisted in judging all Court House Agreed to assist Lancaster Hand Exhibits fur the Garrard County Hoys in securing musical instructor, School Fulr and Field Day. Agreeil to assist Churches and SunAssisted merchants in featuring day Schools in athletics. special dollar day sale. Agreed to assist ill Chautauqua Arranged for a page of spuce, to ticket distribution. be devoted to Garrard County, in the Assisted in securing fire protection. Hlue Grass Folder, Issued by Lexing. Assisted in the Hurley ton Hoard of Commerce. Organization for Garrard. Agreed to join nil Garrard County Assisted In securing better illumi- Tax payers and appear before Hoard nation of street lights on Public of Supervisor with reference to un Square. just increase of taxes Assisted in the organization of Consulted with Postal Telegraph the Chamber of" Com Company regarding the need of a merce. Telegraph office in Lancaster, Ki It it protest thru our representaAssisted in' partially solving the tives in Congress at Washington, restray chicken problem. garding Japanese Camphor Monopoly Assisted in securing appropriation for Gurrard County' proportionate in America and urged Legislative ammendments which would impose a expense in the Cincinnati-Chattanoogregulative tariff. Lookout Mountain. Air Line Attended session of Kentucky ReAssociation. tailers Association dt Crab Orchard Assisted In formulating plans for Spring. a United Charities. Furnished article for Lancaster Recommended that all solicitors Courier Journal regarding Kinder and traveling carnivals bo referred to garten Department In the Lancaster C. of C. for Investigation. Graded School. Appointed a committee which InAssured County Hoard of Health, vestigated and reported favorably on all possible during the Week. the activities of the llulldlng and observance of Clean-ua p The fast Paint Lick baseball team hail Corbin' nine a guest on the Better than ever before will be the Paint Lick Diamond Saturday afterSecretary Abbott Gives Interestlnjr Report of Year Work noon but walloped the visitors in a exhibit of the Southern Railway well played game by a score of 8 to System at the 8th. National Exposl-tio- n KruUnK July Int., 1!)2'J. 7. of Chemical Industries to be "Red" lleazley, Paint Lick' pitching acc, started the game for his held in tho Grand Central Palace, One of the easiest things to do Is Loan Association of tancaster. team but was found for six runs in 10th. Street and Lexington Avenue, Posted six signs in Garrard County the same number to make a mistake. The next easiest of innings. He New York City, the week of Septemthing is to offer criticism concern- for the Knoxville Auto Club. was replaced by Jim Lackey, who ber 11th. Posted signs for the Lexington went right ahead and allowed the ing the other fellow's mistakes. This year's exhibit will be more mistakes are a little harder, Automobile Club. visitors only one more run while the comprehensive than any that has pre Community welfare Is a science Prevailed upon U. S. Tire Company Paint Lick boy slammed out the old viously been made. It embraces a the st'idy of a life time, in which to give publicity to Garrard County pill for two more Tho gome was very complete display of the mineral you may exhaust yourself, but never on big sign on Lexington pike nt exceedingly close. At no time was and chemical resources of the enyour subject. Iluena Vista turn in Hryantsrille. either club leading by over two runs. tire territory served by the system Assisted in popularizing the "Turn The winning run was put over by and presents the advantages which It Is a contest, n duel, or a uielce, calling for courage, skill, strategy, to the Right" ordinance and it ap- Paint Lick in the last half of the this territory offers for a wide range plication to condition the Public ninth. "Simp" Rogers was hit by a of industries. l. and It is a test of temper, n trial of Square. The exhibit will be In charge of pitched ball. On Jim Lackey's Assisted the county authorities to grounder Corbin Booted and Rogers Manager J. C. Williams, of the South, honor, a revealer of character. It affords a chance to play the man, secure an opinion (by legal process) took second. He stole third and cm' Development Service, assisted with reference to road bond Issue. and act the gentleman. came home when the Corbin catcher by Major Z. P. Smith, General Secured Lancaster name plates for threw wild In an effort to catch him. It require getting out of doors, Agent, and H. II. Willholt, activity, and a sweeping away of local automobile owners as a means The Paint Lick line up was as fol- Assistant Industrial Agent. the mental cobweb. It includes of home town boosting. lows: Patrick, catcher; Beaxley and Established a Credit Hating Bureau Lackey, pitchers; S. Rogers, first; companionship with friends, social intercourse, opportunity for courtesy, for local merchant. Roop, second; Stephenson, first; J. B. This office is indebted to Mrs. Investigated conditions involving Lackey, third; Prultt, left; Duerson, kindness and generosity to an oppon Frank Folger and uncle Dave Ho promote nonnly physical mall delivery to Lancaster residences. center; and C. Rogers, right. Paint for some of the finest specimens of ent. It Consulted with county authorities Lick goes to Harmlsbur;; Friday for tomatoes we have ever health, but moral force. seen. They The secretary'" report for the fiscal with reference to changing location a game with the fast nine in that were the Ponderosa and Colossal vari. County Ham. year ending June 30th, 1022, docs of city. ety, all perfectly formed and many Met with officials of L. A-- N. d not include the many incident of them weighing two pounds each. regarding new depot accommo brought to the surface by personal interviews, In fact secretarial ethics dations in Lancaster. Secured dissolution of Lancaster At Opera House Tonight and To. prohibit a review of some of these Aero Club and appropriation of por The Junior B. Y. P. U. will hold epiodes. morrow Night an lea cream social next Saturday It Is regretable that such a per tion of funds for Federal Highway evening at the home of Squire Sancentage of our residents, nnil men in Development. Recommended changing the fiscal business nre more or less indiffer nt Without doubt one the greatest ders, on Danville Street. Ice cream to the possibiities that could be ac year from Jan. 1st. to March 1st., as pictures that has ever been shown at and cake will be served and a generapplied to leases, contracts and all the Romans' Opera House will hold ally good time Is expected. An incomplished through legal documents. All towns, like all men are alike the boards tonight and tomorrow vitation is extended to all to come, Arranged to send a delegation to night, when that greatest they differ only In degree of all and buy all the cream and cake you The town AS IT IS is what we have Lexington to interview officials of screen stars, Norn's Talmadge, ap- can cat and carry away. See other ot hand. The town AS WK WANT the Hurley Association with reference pears In "Smllln' Through," an eight announcements In this paper. Thero was a fine audience of young IT is what we have in view. What to irrocurimr n redrver In Lancaster. reel picture of storm and sunshine. Prevailed upon L. and N. it. It. tol You'll revel In every moment of the people at the service last Sunday is your definition of a C. of C? of previous greatest drama the screen has ever morning. The "Gospel Railroad was The C. of C. is the committee of consider the whole acting for the community- - passenger train schedule. given you before. Remember the the subject of the message given by Assisted the only Greek merchant time tonight and tomorrow (Fri- the pastor. Its organization should be as simpli fied ns it purpose, a ningle eye for and member of the Chamber of Com day) night. At a call meeting of the church community betterment and develop- merce in postponing for another year, Then next Thursday night, August after the preaching service last Sun-da- y the Govt. Emigration case involving 17th, that wonderful little kid, Jackie it was voted to assist In the purment. Coogan, will appear in "Peck's Bad chase of a tent to be used by the Achievement Report What Has The deportation of his alien brother. Assisted in securing additional Hoy," Although he has appeared In Association at their annual gatherings C. of C. Accomplished? compensation for night watchman's but two photoplays, Jackie Coogan, and at other special meetings during Furnished 290 reports for Credit services. is the moat talkcd-abou- t youngster the year. Information. Next Sunday the school session Requested Hurley Tobacco Ao- - In the world today. Hende'red assistance to 30H stran will begin at 0:45 fifteen minutes ciation officials to pro rate Insurance gers and traveler . earlier than usual. Please note the Answered or wrote 872 letters in among insurance agent in each dis change In time and come for the trict instead of pooling Insurance volving Garrnrd County. Dr. E. H. Uourland returned from opening song. At 10:30 there will be Appeared before 15 groups of with one firm at Lexington. Montgomery county last Monday an important meeting of the church Urged Postmaster of Lexington to children regarding community wel where he has been holding n successestablish a mall pouch service be ful meeting, resulting in 18 additions and Sunday school to consider plans fare. for our future work. You cannot Submitted 31 articles or reports tween .ancaster and Lexington. to the church. He leaves tomorrow afford to miss this service if you are publication regarding Garrard for Reccommended certain local im for Kvansville, Ind., where he officisurcounty. provement in order to procure lower ates at the marriage of hi younger a member of the church. Some you if you Attended 22 group meetings of fire insurance rate higher brother. There will be no preaching prises are in store for and a Garrurd, involving Kentucky welfare. classification by the State Hoard of at the Christian church next Sunday, come, and disappointment If you fuil to come. (tendered assistance to 1 1 Garrard Underwriters. but communion services will be held The subject of the sermon next county organizations during special Assisted Kentucky Ketailcrs Asso as usual. Sunday morning will be "The Grow' occasions. ciation in securing the passage of Mr. Hourland was given quite a ing Church." The evening service Indorsed and recommended certain the anti trading stamp bill. treat last night at the Christian will be held in the Presbyterian County and State Highway ImproveDiscouraged any attempt to popu- church, when nbout 30 young ladies, ments. larize the rumor that the Western gave nn entertainment in honor of church as usual at 7:45. Wo are praying for and expecting Made possible the best of street portion of Garrard county was seek- his return. Miss Nancy Tom Lear, a great day next Sunday. vWe apand road signs for vehicle drivers, ing admission to Doyle County. presided nt the meting and did it peal to every member who really ever displayed In this county. Rendered assistance to U. S. Vet- well, as did all wlyi took part in the wishes to be classed a such to be Assisted in securing n progressive erans Ilureau. exercise. Cor-rectly Fine Tomatoes Hall-roa- Great Pictures Baptist Church News of " Good Meeting To Stanford Fair All roads and all automobiles are lvadiru; to the great Stanford fair which started yesterday morning with a good attendance and a splendid program. Garrard county people have always patronized this good fair and this year will be no exception, we are sure. Sustained the Institute of Ameri can Business, New York City In Its defcnsv of specific reasons why the plans for a St, l.akcs water way was not a desirable investment for the United State. Agreed to support the Southern Traffic League In Its efforts to lower freight rates of communities in less than car load lots in Kentucky, Ten- nesee and Alabama. Sent delegation to attend meeting of Mountain Air Line Association in Lexington. Urged fiscal court to reconstruct that portion of proposed Dixie Highway South from City Limits of Lancaster to Lincoln County line, and from Lancaster City Limits North to Marksbury. Recommended an electric signal system for fire alarm. Appointed a committee to Investigate elevated cluster of electric lighta for conspicious display on Public Square and for radius of 25 miles as described by Mr. Woods, Secretary of C. of C, lluihnell, Fla. world. Agreed to assist tho American When believer cease being unbeLegion In the observance of memorial lievers, God will work! day exercise Sunday, May 28th. Made Investigation for L. and N. R. Grata Fertiliser, IS star cast Acid U., regarding clay deposits near Pbotaltal, for cora and wheat laaJ. 919.0) par toa. Hudson A Faraau. joy-rldln- g, present at 10:30 next Sunday morning. Come with a large faith, a broad vision and a loving heart, prepared to enlist in a program of service that will rejoice every loyal heart. But read on! The following item clipped from a religious magazine, is startling to say the least. Is it proportionately true of us? "Lovers of Pleasures Mora Than Lovers of God" 2 Tim. 3:4 The United States Commissioner of Education estimates that during the year 1020 while the world starved we expended for automobiles, luxurious living, tobacco, Jewelry and other unnecessary luxuries, $22,700,000,000. During the same time we gave to Missions to promote Christ's Kingdom abroad, $37,880,040. or comparatively, we expended $000 in luxuries for ourselves and $1 to cvangcltie the world abroad. Tho above statement Is hereby reprinted by courtesy of The Family Altar League, Marquette Building, Chicago, III. The appalling character of the situation is all the mure apparent when it Is remembered that much of tho $37,000,000 was expended in abroad, not evangelical, but apostate doctrines. Tho only remedy Is such a revival of evangelical religion in the church of Christ at large as will change the moral and habits of millions, and weeping on will evangelize the The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Aug 10, 1922 McLean Farmers Unit For Herd Improvement Cafeterias Will Open For Thousands of Hogs 1 1 f I I I I L Interested McLean county farmers During the coming month thous with the exten ands of Kentucky hogs that are to of the College of Agri be fattened for fall markets will be The culure are taking step to build up turned Into fields of corn and soy dairy herds in that section of the bean grown together to HONE ING TOUCH TO "serve them Reason State which eventually should make selves' 'or the growing crops. Hog the county one of the outstanding ging off, as this process Is commonly Why ones in Kentucky's dairy Industry known among SEE BY IT. READ BY IT. COOK BY IT. HEAT farmers, has become according to B. M. Prcwitt, dairy ex so popular as an economical method tension specialist of the college. They of producing pork in the state that BY IT. IRON BY IT. WASH BY IT. Following the recent organization three times as much corn and soy of a pure bred Jersey beans will be hogged down this year There Is no end to the uses to which you can Arc Best sire association, which wan promoted ns the rnse last year, according to by County Agent It. II. Ford and the Halph Kenney, crops extension speciput electricity when it is installed in your home. THEY WERE BRED IN OLD KENTUCKY extension division, thoie interested alist of the College of Agriculture. In dairy herd improvement set about Ut us tell yen what we hnvc now READY, FOR SALK. The majority of farmers who obtainto bring bred registered Jersey If your home is not wired for electricity let us ed the top price for the fat hogs last heifers into the county to be used as year started tho hogging do it for you now. The cost is less than you might olf process the foundation stock for hgih pro on their farms about August 13th, he Imnginc. The benefits arc greater thnn you could ducing dairy herds. SANDERS BROS. & J. M. AMON, PROP. said. The newly organized sire assounless you have used electricity before. conceive LANCASTER, KY. Several distinct advantage arc ciatlon has a total of 18 members pointed nut for this methoil of pork A personal interview with us will give you nil who own three s Jersey nires production. It in more economical The organization is in that it involves less labor in feed of the details. divided into three blocks, each one ing ami harvesting and in addition It pounds of wheat bran or shipstulf of which has the uie of one of the results In the greatest returns from Cows Require and two pounds of cottonseed meal. sirei for two years after which the manure and crop residues. The hogs As Shrink Enough of this mixture should be fnl animals will be ranged to different also are kept in a more healthy enblocks. Hy this means members of A cow that weighs 1,000 pounds to keep the cows in good condition. vironment while ranging through the the association will be able to obtain field and therefore can be expected and producse three gallons of milk a On the Kentucky Agricultural Ex. the services of a good sire over a to make more rapid gains. Statistics day must have at leat 100 pounds of perimrnt Station farm, one pound of grain mixture I fed for each three-anperiod of six year with the added complied during the last 25 years grass each day, according to J. J. f pounds of milk that the advantage of small cost. show that hogs fattened in this way Hooper, head of the dairy department Trophy, valued at $50 which i Six farmers in the country already also usually reach the market !tage of the College of Agriculture. In cow is giving. Hay and silage am Yards Boone county won in 1021 and which have signified their intentions of buy. ahead of the drop in hog prices which view of te fact that many pastures not fed a grass is counted upon to A field of Suden do not furnish this much grM during take their place. will become the permanent property Ing bred registered heifers In line generally comes in October. Given Good grass can fill an Important place in with the new movement I I). Leach- of the team winning it two successive Many farmers get their hogs on an the summer, some form of grain feed years. In addition $300, donated by man will purchase two, Hugh Hern-do- n any market tiy hogging oir corn I necessary if the milk nroductlon the feeding of the dairy cow at thia time of te year as the crop can be one and Allen Taylor, (! I). breed associations and other persons alone. High prices for farm labor of dairy cows is to be kept up. llud Walker and C. C. Son have resulted in thi method becom Plans arc well under way for the interested in better live stock, will Farmers and dairymen are apt to cut and hauled to the cows to supple. state live stock judging contest which be distributed anion? the 20 hichest iwo eacn. m auiimon Mr. Walker ing a common practice in view of the overlook these facts in assuming that mrnt the short pastures. If Sudan grass is not available, green com can will be held for boys and girls Sep- scoring Individuals. The Individual j nlrra.Iy has purchased a registered fact that the man with feeder hogs milk producing cows ean obtain Jersey bull that is a grandson of the cannot afford to shuck corn. Soy enough grass tu sustain them. Hot be cut and fed at a profit to supple tember 13th. In connection with the prizes range from $20 to $G. ment a failing grass supply." world's famous bull Fauvic's Prince. beans and corn grown in the State Fair, it has been announced by Mnr weather and tile at this time of the Other formers are expected to be en- row are considered a better hogging- - year in addition to the short pastures C. W. Huckler, state leader of junior It Mas pointed out tat supplement listed in the proposed plan of herd ff feed than corn alone since the make it doubly important that the grain feeds and forage crops can agricultural club work at the College improvement as the movement gains protein content of the beans balances cow houkl be given the necessary be used profitably only by dairymen of Agriculture. Approximately 38 headway. counties are expected to send tinea the fat producing elements of the grain feed. A fall In milk flow at who have n market for whole milk The use of the purebred sirei own corn. counto the event. Twenty-thre- e This combination is said to this time will be hard to bring up at a good price. Ilutterfat or milk ed by members of the ties competed in 1921, the first year produce from ISO to 20 Opounds of later in the season, it was pointed for ehcee factories does net pay enough profits to Justify the farmer association on the registered heifers pork more nn acre than is produced out. that the contest was eld. Competii which are to be brought into the coun tion in the judging will be open to "A good grain mixture roniiil,n feeding gra.n to his cow. It was by corn alone with a cost of only 25 Here's Something About S. S.S. ty Is expected to be a potent factor cents more an acre for bean seed of four pounds of corn meal, twojM,J" any county that has organized junior' That You'll Be Clad to Hear. agricultural club work. of McLean coun while the yield of corn is reduced I in the development Agricultural agents in a number of Tou mlsht Just a well know It rlsht ty s dairying. The heifer calve that only about three bushels an acre. A t?gMl?SStPJ2a25: Produco.I will be saved with the few farmers provide a balanced racounties ulrenriy have held contests i rmni in idea of building up registered herd tion for teir fattening hogs by turnbetween various communities as the ling away me bioou. mtro i no celBtst waj to pay for, HOME. proved Pcllncjlrrr.t fti SIFIItS 1 1 MS frvm It Hcltnro has , nfte rwhich olTiclal testing first step in preparing boys and It. We l'fovo It. Yuu ran pruvo It. of cows ing them on corn and feeding tankage When troubles ami girls for the state contest. Winners iruj. lionstho cause lit skin It Isn't com- for butterfat production will be in a self feeder. Soybean. and com Is In tho tlwd. ! started. in the community contests will meet in the same row are ready for hogin u county contest, the w.nnlng ging olf when the beans enter th on;CltykPropertyonly. team of which will have the right to Silos Big "dough" stage and the com is arden-inrepresent the county at the fair. m the "glaze" stage. or Ask the man who has payed for his home When you make a time deposit at persons and firms in several .your bank you have in mind the in through the Building and Loan JAssoclatlon counties already have posted as Pigs terest you will collect nt the end of much as $100 which will be used as SB the year. When you buy stocks and prize money for the contest in the r To Be Soon bonds you have in mind dividends. district, Each team in the state' In other words, you are thinking contest will be composed of three Early arr vals in Kentucky's an. about the return ytu will get on your nual fall ooys or gins uciwecn te ages of - Let 6. 6. 8. Cite You An Am tile Skint J. . Roblnson.trrrsitJent. Miss See Shelby Miscn, pig crop of about .100,000 investment in terms of Interest. nnd 18 years. animals will be here within the next tnon sense to simply treat the skin. Why not think of the silo in this H 8. will prove to yo'l uf 8. In competing at the fair, each con. A tattle happening few weeks, animal husbandry speci In your klowt. .H.8.. what l testant will be required to plnce Is a scientific Mood cleanser. It drives way? Usually when you think of a alist at the Collvge uf Agriculture silo you think of it as a means of out the Impurities which cause eczema, eight rings of live stock of four ani sny. The fall farrowing season will Pips Arch Drldg. tetter, rasli. pimples, bolls, blackhead. Qualified for Civil Llbtriy. producing more milk and butter fat. mals each including two rings each Matches and other skin An entiim-vrmi- : curiosity, ruld lo l continue until about the first of Do Men nre U.illlled for c ll liberty la When there Impurities are driven out. Why not translate tis into terms of c of beef cattle, dairy cattle, breeding you can't stop Severn! very nlco thin anil lo hate riBct pnHvrtlon to their disposition ember with the bulk of the young onlijue to In Let us consider the silo ns porkers arriving during September enly one iir.nM in l.'uropv U (he to put moral rlialni upon turn natfrom hogs and mutton sheep. Each urally happening. Your ll urU. your interest? their own aprosy. Your rym an investment an dice what interest and October. ple rvh brliU'e oer the Sudtmrs petites. Ittirke. member also will be required to give complexion cleat. It become beauriUT tflilcli carries llostorV water tiful Your far look like that of ii it will return. the reasons for his placings on one rrosperoua, ruddy, "Overfeeding the brood sow i one . refined Take a 100-to- n silo a the size of the important points that farmers lllpl))-- The spud N clk'hl feet, and Cathtr Thslr Own Salt of the two rings of stock that he has gentleman, or If you are a woman, the Heel .l f your complexion seicn ami the real kind Many natltes of I'Hlmjn. gather found on the average farm. It will have to guard against at this time of examined In each class. Twenty-fiv- e tho whole world bo nd in res. H.H.iJ. feet In diameter. rt thai Ihe and their nun salt I.,-- dippim; small beIs also iowcrful minutes will be allowed on this ring cause It nhulkls new and more blood-rll- s. require the product of ten acres of the year," E. J. Wllford, one of the feet Nl.e Ihe Ii.iris4.ntul at the ntmntltk of Muter frMi mhho salt corn to. fill this silo. If this corn specialists pointed out. "Thousands C liter. The pirio.ii re oti Ike while time o nrings where no reasons That's why It fills out sunken lake l.j- the ImeUt hshI allowing It o tony nwks, thin limb, helps when the U tilled with are required will be limited to 15 theeks, tost flesh. It costs llltl.i M yields 40 bushels per acre, 400 of newly born pigs arc thrown olf rutaln vaimrale. this liappen to you. H. 8. H. 14 bushels of com goes into the olio. feed because their mothers received water N grv.it and U rvitel hy h hare minutes. nt nil ilnu; two sites. !IJ larger bUo la stores. In economical. Now compare the feeding value of an excess of feed which in turn pro Wax of eon. rvle forty feet Ihlrk beA Connection. As was the case last year, the Tho tho tnoro the .cro Jthl Tunklns ) he think he must of silage with Jjie value luced a How of milk that was too hind isuli nl.utmetlt. county having the highest scoring "S. S, S. is for sale at McRobcrts the 100-totop run. h ham railed fixit hate hail u cowHtunlcatlon from the of the crop had the corn been har abundant for the young animals. Ti cuned team will receive the Ilourbon Stock Drug Store." Me-- I bridge. of the jiIim In tlm buy he lifted to tltit Willi nt vested and told and th Mlks been overcome this condition, feeders on relied The 1. n scb., -! k of UD the oulja Ixmrd flew up unit lilt pastured the college farm practice a system of Inch In thick n him on the chin Washington Star. The present feeding value of silage limited feeding for some time after iS about $5 per ton; 100 tons ore farrowing. All feed is withheld from worth $500. Itemembor that this in- - the sow on the day she farrows and eludes all the cost of putting the sil nothing but wuter allowed her. For age into the silo, in other words, you the next two or three days she is snnuiii be aide to buy from your given a Hght allowance of hitulf neighbor nt this price. The value of or middlings in the form of a thin the same feed in terms of mature slop. On the fifth day after farrow, corn and pastured corn stalks would ing, com meal is introduced into the be ration which then consists of about Shelled corn, 400 bushels at BOcts., one pound of corn meal, four pounds tA I tj $200.00; 10 acres of corn stalk at of ship stuff and of a pound Iln,. vn1n.. of tankage. These 'f$i.oo io.( Tnlnl feeds nre gradu LOOK AT 12 10.00. ally increased until at the end of ten .Vow we will have to figure In the Inys, the ration being fed is made We Have Other Makes cost of husknig and cribbing tjte up of three pounds of shipstulf, three Cheap ." I com; conservatively, this cents pounds of corn meal ami a half pound per uuinei or s.u.uu for the crop of tankage. OLDFIELD which must be charged up against 'At the end of .10 days, the feed 30x3 $6.50 30x3A the feeding value, loaving $220.00 Is composed of seven pounds of corn $7.50 BY OPENING A SAVINGS ACCOUNT WITH US. us the net return. meal, five pounds of shipstulf or mid- CHAIN Thus It is seen that when the crop lllngs and one pound of tankage. (!) is put in the silo it Is worth Just $280 This is considered full feed while the 30x3 30x3A $9.45 $11.70 more than when it is harvested and amount which is fed to the sow is de pastured. termined by her size, the number of GOOD RICH You can build a permanent 100-to4 PER CENT PAID ON TIME AND SAVINGS pigs she Is suckling and her abjlity to silo for $000 or less. 30x3A If you had to produce milk. $10.75 (lenerally, when n borrow the money to build it the in- sow is on full feed she should be reDEPOSITS. terest on your loan nt G per cent ceiving an average of about four per CORD would be $U0, which subtracted from cent of her live weight in grain each 3 0x3 A $12.00 $280 leaves $244 as representing the ay. This is tu add a limited amount net increase in feeding values of the of thU to the ration. Some sows RED ensiled crop. have demonstrated that they are rap. $241 is more than 40 per cent re- able of producing little milk and be30x3 30x3 A $12.00 $15.00 turn on your investment in u silo. gin to fatten a soon as the feed is Will your banker give you that much increased. In cases of this kind It Is Get while is good. for the use of your money or can you necessary to reduce the amount uf buy any reliable stocks and bonds and feed which Is given to the sow each WE SELL TRAVELLERS CHEQUES PAYABLE expect such dividends? day." The answer Is, "IIUII.I) A SILO." IN ALL PARTS OF THE WORLD. Itegardless of all arguments to the KENTUCKY. BRYANTSVILLI, We, however, are of tho Opinion contrary, wo are convinced that docthat civilization is not on the decline. tor ars typically human. We can K;jiHMtfHisiaaaaaVlaaal It has hit the bottom kerplunk. prof It by the docs themselves. who nre sion division ELECTRICITY PUTS THE FINISHA The Best Pay Best Dixie Stock Grain Pasture Farms. - high-clas- BASTIN BROS. Start d ene-ahl- Junior Judging Contest Plans Hob-crtso- n, Common Sense About Eczema and Emotions! J $1,000 TO LOAN Pay Profits g l- Ls cll-feI body-bullle- r. First Fall Here Lancaster Building & Loan Ass'n Secly-Treas. um-hnl- iinr-fca- lf abut-nienl- - n so 1 s i 1 I 1 ATTENTION I FORD OWNERS. I THESE PRICES Just as TIRES Open the Door to one-fift- h 1 Success TREAD, UNITED STATES 30x3.. .$8:75 n FIRESTONE TOP FISK getting yours The Garrard Bank & Trust Go Becker & Ballard i The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday, Aug 10, 1922 lowered or raised by the City, through Us board of Council, In the following BRYANTSVILLE WS manner Mild City Council may adopt a resolution citing said purchaser to appear before It, to show why said rates all or any should not Latest HnppcnlnRS From Garrard'". West End Capitol be lowered, or said purchaser may fllo with the City Council a petition for a rev.sion of oil or any of said rate. and charges. Dr, II. A. Dawet I In Louisville for AND Mis Madge Drowning hai returned In cither event n schedule of rates and charges which shall be fair and a two week vacation. here to continue her vis.t after spendreasonable under the condition nnd circumstance as they may then exist, Several from here have been at- ing n few trays In Crab Orchard with ehall be adopted by the City Council and become the legal rates to be tending the Stanford Fair thi. week. her friend, Mrs. Atwoo.l Dilltcn. charged by said purchaser. Whenever a revision or change of rate and Mm. O. M. Mrs. II. A. Dawes, charge Is adopted by tho Council, n nbovo provided they shall bo In effect Messrs. C, M. Dean and A. 11. Swope were In Lexington Saturday Moreland, MIm Amy Dawes, Mrs. G, w i. r.,n,n. Hm Mavor of the City of Uncsster, Ky., having mill' for nt least two years from tho time they become effective. C. Rose and Mr. W. K. Davis wcro The purchaser Is to allow n representative of tho City, to be named by on business. report to the Council of raid City at IU regular August, 1022 meeting, that in Danville Tuesday nfternoon. power francM the Council, freo access, at any time, to their plant nnd books and accounts .Mijscs Margaret and Katherlne he offered for sale oh July 3lt-- , 1022, the electric light and Mr. and Mr.. J. W. Thackcr nnd for inspection, to ascertain If said rate and charges nre reasonable and fair. Dean have been the guesU of friends pursuant to the ordinance pawed by Mid Council nt the regular July, Mis Anne Stuart Thacker and Mr. Tho service to bo furniid-ent ald rates or prices for street nnd alley In Nicholasville. and W. IU Uastln and II. V. lla.tin, partner doing business under nt Uio lighting shall bu that each nnd all lamp be kept burning all night during Jim Ford, of Georgetown, were the firm name of "H.itln Bros." were the highest and bet bidder the Mr. nnd Mr. Allle Hoian, ef Paint Mm. guests Wednesday of Dr. r irti.no. and said turn ha bern paid t the City Treasurer, where- - each and all night of tho year from early twilight to day light. Tho Lick, spent Sunday with lln. Kheda 11. A. Dawes nnd fam.ly. nnd by V. (J. Klnnaird, that mict. to thP inhabitant. of tho City shall be ntinuous, that is 24 hours Wyllc and family. upon motion wai made by J. J. Walker, leconded during the entire term of this franchise." Mrs. J. Hosan Ballard and guest, aid bid bo accepted, and tho following 'Councllmcn voted to accept said bid:, Mr. John Campbell left Saturday Mis Virginia Trislcr, of Cleveland, For failure to furnWi light or the amount of light that may be con- 1 S. Ilughej, (5. A. Brown, V. G. Klnnainl, J. J. WalKcr, wnereupon lame for n two week visit with relatives Ohio, visited Mr. and Mrs. II. L. F.ldcr carried. Whereupon tho following ordinance win introduceii oy J. J. warn traded for by the aid Crty, nt any time, n deduction shall be made in tho at Richmond, Ind. price to be paid equal to twice tho nmount agreed to be paid for each Council of tho City of I.ancaster, hy., ilo oniain as ioiiow nt Nlchqjnsvilta Inst week nnd attender. The City Russell P. Ilrown ed the Chautauqua. Mr. nnd Mr. They roturncd That there is hereby sold and granted an electric light franchise oi lamp ao falling to furnish light to the required standard during the tlmo week-enin Stanford with home Sunday, privilege to W. II. Uastln and II. V. llastln, partner doing business under the uf such failure; but when such failure mny bo c.iued by strikes, firo or spent the Dr. and Mrs. E. J. Ilrown. firm name, of Hastin Dros. for n period of ten years, bex.nntiig on this date other calamity not possible to be avoided, the only deduction that shnll be MIm Anna Lee Eubank, of StanMr. Harvey 11. Patton, and Mr. ford, and Mis Ophal Hendricks, of and name is according to the terms set forth in the ordinance pased at the made, shall be tho proportional part of the contract price for tho time of Patton ,of Louisann, were hero Sun- Flcmingsburg, have been tho Atregular July, l'J22 meeting of luild Council and ald ordinance so fur a same fnilure. The purchaser to furnish nnd mnintain at hi expense, meters of stand- day, the guest of friends. applicable to the terms and condition of sain rraneniw is as ioiiowb; tractive guests of Mis Jane Howling ard make to all consumers of light and power. The purchaser shall, ut Mr .nnd Mrs. J. M. Edwards nnd und Miss Howling, who was host at hi oxpense, furnish the ncce.iary wiring for connecting with the street family attended the "Edward" re- n very delightful picnic at High SECTION No. I. service line to the consumer'. residence and place of buslnc, provided union Sunday nt Nicholasville. llridge Saturday evening in their hon-o- r. to the residence und place of business i not more than 00 yards from the That th..ro is herebv created and grnnted a franchise or priil-gMrs. C. M. Dean motored to Mt. e&tabllsh, construct, maintain in.' operate an ulectric light and power plant street service line; the consumer to pay for wires and pole for all dis Sterling Saturdny and was the weekMiss Anna Lee Swope, while visitances in exces of the ald 80 yards, and nil consumers to, pay for all in end guest of Mr. John Richardson. In ih Citv of Lancaster. Ktnti'cky,. anil to use the streets, ting her cousin, Mis. Christine Swopo Kld city, subject to the condition herein side wiring. alleys, avenues, public place of Mrs. K. II. Haltard returned home nt Lancaster, had the misfortune to After set out. as tho same now oxlst or may hercaucr lie exieniieu, io SECTION No. 5. after n short stay with her sister, fall Friday afternoon, fracturing her construction, operation and maintenance of the poles, wires the erection, Mrs. W. T. Woolfolk. nt Lexington. arm at the elbow. Sho was brought conduits, nonaratu. and equipment necessary for manufacturing, iitstrmui The said City shall have the option to purchase from the purchaser of this Come in to my office nnd give me home Saturday nnd ha been usffering Ing and selling electricity in all its forms, for public, private and all other franchise, bis assignee, transferrer or successor the electric plant and the the nssessment of your property intensely since the accident occurred. uses. the entire system at any time after five year have elnpsed, dntlng from Mrs. Gocbel Hallard and Mrs. A. T. Scott, Co. Tnx Com. the day that this franchise becomes effective nnd said option of purchase NOW. SECTION No. 2. The sale of Mrs. Hello McKechnie Lawrence Durham were taken to the shall continue during the remaining term of sold franchise; the price for Hoyle County Hospital last Monday That the purchaser of thi franchise or privilege, or any successor, or said electric plant and system to be its actual value at the time said Saturday was very well attended, but afternoon where they underwent an haipr. hll renalr and make good nil damages to option I to be used, and the value to be ascertained by three appraisers, everything brought rather low prices. ...kn. nf mrh tinrr operation on Tuesday. Uoth are Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Noe left the street, nubile property ar.d public placet in said city occasioned by the one to be selected by said City, nnd one by the owner of said plant and getting along nicely. Mrs. Hallard operation or maintenance of the lighting and power system, and these two to select the third one. If the two cannot ngree Monday for nn extended visit with was able to be borught home a few location, construction, equipment, and all of said equipment used along, on, or under the public ns to the third appraiser then the Judge of the 13th Judicial District of relative. at Camden and Hamilton, days ago. Ohio. lillr nlirn ami nubile nrmwrtv shall be erected, maintained nnd Kentucky shall name the third appraiser. Next Sunday Rev. A. P. Jones, of guest constructed in the usual neat, safe substantial, and workmanlike manner. Mr. W II. Honer wat tl. SECTION No. G. Wilmore, will conduct the regular The materials, location ar I ceratructlon of all poles, conduits, wires Sunday of hi sister, Mrs McKinney services, both morning and evening and otherlxture and appliances Instant to the construction and operation That thl franchise or privilege is created, granted nnd shall continue for Moss, nt her home, near Nicholasnt the Methodist church. After these or underground system shall be according to the bet n period of 10 year from and after the date It is made effective by the ville. of either over-heaservices, there will be only one reengineering practices and subject to the inspection, approval and contro passage and publication of this ordinance. Thl franchise shall not be ex Mr. Alonzo Sherrow came home maining Sunday before the Annual s of the rluiive, but said City shall have the right to dispose of and grant other fran public ways or of the City. Any repairs on the street, last Wednesday from the Danville Conference convene nnd it is especi, City rendered necessary by tl.c erection or maintenance of poles or causeil chise, for the same purpose whenever desired, Hospital were she had been for sev- nlly urged that all who possibly can by the erection or malntananre ef said plant shall be done by and at the eral days. be present on these occasions. No. 7. SECTION expen! of the purchaser. All the wire upon poles shall be not less than hns reMrs. Anna Uoone Wylie Mr. Joseph E. Bryant, of Washtwenty, two feet above the gteund or street and shall be placed at u greater That the purchaser of thi franchise, or any assignee of the purchaser, o her home near Richmond, ington, D. C, came Saturday for a or lew height above the ground or street ami when and wherever ko directed shall within 12 months after the date of the rntificntion nnd approval of turned nfter a several day. stay with Mr. short stay with his parents, Mr. and by the City, or its authorize' rvent. All poles shall be straight and unl the sale and acceptance of the bid by the City of Lancaster, Ky., have an Rhoda Wylie. Mr. J. W. Ilryant. Mr. Bryant was strong and substantial, in' not less than seven Inches at the smallest form, tlertric plant, pole lines and equipment of sufficient size, amount and.. Dr. and Mr. H. 11. Montgomery looking fine and his many friends i nil. capacity to adequately supply with electricity the needs and requirements of and children, of Paint Lick, were were delighted to see him as it ha All wires carrying electric current shall be o maintained at all times the city and it Inhabitant; and unless this provision is complied with, Un Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. appliances for the been two years since his last viit as not to endaneer life, and all wres. conductor and franchise or privilege herein granted and provided for shnll at the ex here. He has a splendid position as transmission of electric current shall be thoroughly Insulated and piration of said 12 months become and be forfeited, null nnd void. All Ilryant. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hutchinson special representative of the famous shielded, and when the wld Insulation or covering on said wires becomes of the provisions of this franchise shall apply to any successor or assigns nnd dnughtcrs. Hazel and Dorothy, of "Heinz" line and ranked second re; too thin or Injured by age, or otherw le, as not to be safe, said wires of the purchaser of said franchise. Hoyle, were guests Sunday of Mr. cently in amount of sates out of their shall be replaced by other wires, which meet the requirement of the best 800. salesmen. and Mrs. M. 0. Kennedy. engineering requirements. SECTION No. 8. It is understood that the purchaser will be required to use the alley The purchaser shall execute bond with good surety to the city in the ways as much as practical for setting poles and carrying wire, and no poles um of $5,000.00 for the benefit of whom it may concern that each, every' Snyder, Mr. and Mrs. Preston are to cross the public square of said city, and all post, poles, guy wires and all of the provisions, terms and conditions of the franchise shall be Mrs. Cleo Ray, Mr. Sam Taylor and the current carrying wir and cables In the entire system are to be I'ept and performed- - in good faith and said bond shall be kept in force court day in Richmond Monso constructed and maintained as not to interfere with the use of public and continuance during the life of the franchise granted and shall be for day. ways 'by the public, or to obstruct the flow of water In any gutter or the protection of said City and for the protection nnd benefit of the citi drain, and the entire system shall be kept at alt time in good order and zens of aaid City, who may be users Mr. and Mrs. Squire T. Whittaker of electricity for the fulfillment of condition, so at not to endanger life and to give good and efficient ser the conditions and Mr. Alvin Howard were in set out In this ordinance and the failure to keep said bond vice, and said purchaser, or any successor or assignee of such shall Richmond, Valley View and other in force as required herein, nt any time, shall be the cause for an annulling save the City of l,anrastcr harmless from all loss or damage which may nnd forfeiting of any franchise and rights granted points Sunday. at the option of the City be done to it public ways or other property, or to the person or property rnd the City may require a renewal of said bond from time to time if Mr. and Mr. J. D. Ray, Mr. nnd in locating, constructing, maintaining and operating the of individual deemed insufficient. Mrs. William Ray and Mr. Fred Snyplant or equipment under thU franchise or privilege and to assume the der tpent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. payment of and to pay all the Judgment rendered against the Mid City This ordinance shall take effect after it passage and publication ns reS. N. Sanders. or against the purchaser owing to or causeil by an act of negligence on quired by law. The following Councilmen voted for the passage of'Safd the part of said purchaser, or any of it. employee, agents or servants, Ordinance: (i. A. Ilrown, F. S. Hughes, V. G. Kinnnird, J. J. Walker and bicycle were in the erection of or maintenance of Mid electric lighting system in the W. II. Dickerson. Said ordinance was declared by the Mayor to have passed nnd same wns said City, or In the operation of said electric lighting ytem during the life of this grant. ordered to be published ns required by law. Law SECTION No. 3. ' Attest PAUL F. MOUHOW, Clerk. W. F. CHAMP, Mayor. THOS. PIERATT Money to loan on farm. The purchaser of this franchise' imall furnish and maintain during the tire, term of this franchise, an electric plant or power system which Litt your farm for male priv- in IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF ily, Mrs. West nnd Hugh Noel apent fchall be of at least ISO kilowatt capacity and shall be equipped with two ately or at auction. THE UNITED STATES FOR Friday in Lexington. or more dynamos, which shall be directly connected neither of which shall Office over J. W. Smith's Store. Mr. T. O. Hill, Mr. nnd Mrs. T. C. l.ave a capacity, lea. than GO kilowatt, and be also provided and equipped THE EASTERN DISTRICT Jenkins nnd Miss Sadie Ileazley at end guest of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Nay lor. with two or more engines and boiler, each to have a capacity to operate OF KENTUCKY, IN BANK- tended tho Perryville Fair Thursday the respective dynamos, and nil engines, dynamos, nnd other electrical Miss Suie Bolton returned home M. S. " Come in to my office and give me after n three week' stay with Mis machinery nnd appliances shall be of good construction and of suich de RUPTCY. the assessment of your property Christine Simpson. sign at to insure satisfactory and the bet service, and the City to have In the matter of Charles U ..mono, NOW. HATFIELD A. T. Scott, Co. Tax Com. the right to have the plant nmL system Inspected, at any time, to nccr Mr. and Mrs. Ray ford Sebastian a Ilankrupt. tain if the above provisions nre being complied with. Mr. I). N. Long, Itev. and Mrs. J. were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd DENTIST On this 28th. day of July. A. I The City shnll have the right through it employees and authorized F. Price nnd family, Mrs. West and Humphrey recently. OtTlce oTtr The Garrard Bask. 1D22, on considering the petition of agent to inspect and test the light and the efficiency of the light fur Hob Long were in Richmond Tues- Come in to my office and give me Phoats Office S. Residence 37. nished by the purchaser, any successor, transferee, or assignee of such the aforesaid bankrupt for discharge, day. the assessment of your property LANCASTER, llleiLon the Nth. day of March, A. I).. KENTUCKY. purchaser nt any ami nil times and said purchaser. nhall furnish and keep Mr. and Mrs. Ollie Uogie and NOW. A. T. Scott, Co. Tnx Com. convenient at nil times for use by said City or its agent. for such in 1D22, it is ordered by the court that daughter, were guest of Mr. apd hearing be had upon the same on Mr. nnd Mrs. Lilburn East are re spectlon or test the reasonably neceslary instruments and apparatus, the 20th. day of August, A. D 1022, Mr. Louis Noel, near Nicholasville, joicing over the arrival of n baby Sunday. SECTION No. 4. before Mid court at Covington, Ky,, boy, born on July 2'Jtli., christened OPTOMETRIST Mr. and Mr. Charlie Grow and Gordon. in mIi! district at ten o'clock, in the Practice limited The rate. charged under this franchise for electric lights and power fore noon, or as near thereto n prac family visited Mr. and Mr. Robert to diagnosing and Mr. Powell Dailey and wn, Clewl tho Inhabitants of said City shall not be in excess of the following to ticable, and that notice thereof be Davis" in Jessamine county Saturday and Mis Tinnilue Gilleam correcting defects were For lights 15 cents per kilowatt hour with a discount of 10 per cent, if published one time in The Central and Sunday. of Eyesight by guests of Mrs. Aaron Simpson Satthe bill is rendered nnd paid nt the end of each month, or by the 10th of Ilecord, Mrs. It. W. Sanders nnd daughters, urday nfternoon. a newspaper printed In said fitting tho of the next succeeding month; thus mnking the rate for lights, if no paid district, and all known creditors and Lucille and Hope, Misses Ethel Ray proper glasses. Mr. nnd Mr. Hill Naylor are re 13 H cents per kilowatt hour, the minimum charge to be $1.25 per month other persons in interest may appear and Snllie Lou Teater visited Mr. joicing over the arrival of a baby DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. per meter; for electric power - cent per kilowatt hour with a 10 per at said time nnd place ami show cause Cecil Gulloy in Georgetown from girl, christened Minnie Christine. It Opposite Gilcher Hotel. cent discount if the bill i rendered and paid at the end uf each month If nny they have, why the prayer of Monday until Wednesduy. Of lea Hour 8 to 12 aad I to 5 p.m. arrived July 13th. cr by the tenth of tho next succeeding month, thus making the power said petitioner should not be granted. Mr. and Mr. Walter Grow have rato if no paid 10.8 cent per kilowatt hour. Mr. John Gaff and Mr. A. J. llol- WITNESS the Honorable A. M. J. been in Lexington to tee Miss Maymo The minimum charge for power $1.50 per month per meter, and $1.00 Cochran, Judge of said Court, and tho Sebastian, who was operated on at ton were guests of Messrs. Willie and for each horse power or fraction thereof connected. It it to be the seal thereof, George Simpson Saturday night and at Richmond, in said the St. Joseph' Hospital by Dr. o'uty of the purchaser of this franchise to render bill for light nnd power Sunday and attended services at ilistrtct on the 28th. day of July. A. Her friends nre glad to know to all their customer monthly and not luter than the 3rd of the suc- !)., 1022. Antioch. J. W. MENZIKS. Clerk. she is doing nicely. FUNERAL DIRECTOR ceeding month. The rate nnd charge to the City shall not be in excess Uy Paralee White, D, C. W. M. U. and Sunbeams Hand will Office Over National Hank. of the following: The rate for pumping the City water $150.00 per month. LOYD meeting at the church have an For street and alley light $1.60 per month per light. The light ued on Residence Phone 3. Office Phone 27 Hunard Simpson is seriously ill at BUCKEYE here Saturday, Aug. 10th. Sunbeam tho public square in said City to be 100 candle power nnd the light used LANCASTER, KY. bund will give a program at 10:30. Lexington hospital. on the street and alley to be 80 candle power and maintained to a to give Mr. It. W. Sanders wnt In Lexing Lunch at 12 o'clock. W. M. U. at Mrs. Tommie Murphy spent several the maximum cnndlo power at rated on tho lamps made by standard manu- ton Monday. 1:30. Men, women and children are dayt with Mrs. L. L. Matthew last facturer. Mr. J. P. Prathcr it visiting rela invited to come and nil ladle to bring week. The purchaser shall keep in repair and furnish the luld street light lunch. and replace tho lamps with new lamps whenever any of same fail to tive in Madison county. Mr. and Mr. J. D. Ray have been Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Kay and family furnish good light of normal standard power, all of which It to bo done at on the tick list but are now VETERINARIAN. TEATERSVILLE purchaser' expense, and purchaser to furnish at few or a many lightt at visited High llridge recently. CaMs Aaswsrtd Proasally Day the tame rate as tho City may desire. Hie above rates shall be in effect A daughter arrived at the home of Mr. and Mr. William Ray spent Mr Shermon Gay wat a guest of during the entire term of thlt franchise but they may be, at the end of Mr. ad Mr. Hilly Cotton Aug. 6th. Mr. and Mr. Hill Naylor Sunday. Ntfbt. Phone 317. most of the week with Mr. and Mrs. two yean, from the date that this franchise goes Into effect be either Iter, and Mr. J. F. Price and fam Mr. George Rogers wat the week- - J. D. Ray. KENTUCKY LANCASTER. SALE OF ELECTRIC LIGHT POWER FRANCHISE OF CITY OF LANCASTER IS2-meet- d , d 1 e smc-wai- K d side-walk- TIRES &TUBES Asgoodotryour automobile as tht onyour Green Clay Walker And Real Estate DR. J. J. BYRNE Uul-loc- k. J. A. Beazlev all-da- y Dr. Printus Walktr The Central Record. Lancaster. Ky. Thursday, Aug 10 1922. I I road. Fannie Sutton and Mr. John Sutton, of Crab Orchard, were the guests rrerntly of Mr. and Mr. W T. Sutton. Mr. and Mr. Marcus White and children, Were Sunday visitor of her mother. Mr. John Uroaddus, of At but Mr. Farmer parts as and at welding BURLEY GROWERS WILL ADVERTISE THEIR PRODUCT Association Plans To Make Public Acquaint cd With Merita of Tobacco Annual Election of Delegates Set For September 16th. ' Gasoline 26 BUY FROM US. N HyatUvill. Do you know that we arc saving the farmers hundreds of dollars every year by welding their broken eastings? Director of the Hurley Tobacco Association, Growers at their regular August meeting In machine We Lexington, Thursday, August 3rd., decided to adopt a policy of national advertising in order to popularire them NEW by GOOD Hurley Tobacco, redistrlcted the ter Oil rltory in which Hurley Tobacco has new less cost Igned up to the Association been marketing plan and set Quality Guarantecd--Fint-Cli- si Wtrk the dates for the annual elections, Give us a call. delegates to be noml candidates for nnted at mass meeting at 2 o'clock in the afternoon of September 2, the delegates to be elected by ballot nt election to be held In the court houses of the various counties Sep LANCASTER, KY. tember 111, between the, hours of fi A. M. and 4 P, M. nnd the delegates tn meet Mondav .September IS. in Live "Live that county In each district which de livpred the lanrest amount of the llott, Fleming, Greenup, Ijiwrence. i 1291 tobacco crop to the Association Lewis and Howen counties, District No. 0 Casey. Garrard, on Monday, Sept. 18th, as provided to select a director Jessamine, Lincoln nnd Pulaski bv the District No. 17 Doyle and Mer for each of these districts. Year. Issued Weekly. advertising cer counties. is no time tor internal 10 LOAN ON FARMS This The matter of national District No. 18 Adair, Anderson, Payable in Advance. Recleaned Horn Rye al.o Northern has been under consideration lor among the American strife Green, Marion, Taylor ami Washpeople. It is the time to pull Michigan Ro.en Rye and Seed Bar- some time by the executive com- ington counties. J. E. ROBINSON. Editor. l- -2 Ilud.on A Farnau. mittee. The directors voted unani ley. District No. 19 Clark, Jackson, R L. ELKIN, Local Editor and Mgr. hard, and all together. mously that it was the sense of the While we are a self sustainMTV HEBRON board that the advertising be done Laurel, Madison, Powell and Rock Sue SNclby Entered at the Tost Office In Lan ing nation in every sense of the and the detail were left to President castle counties. District No. 20 Hullitt, Jefferson,1 Mall Mr. Isaac James is erecting a barn James C, Stone and the executive caster, Ky., at Second-Clas- s Losn Agent and Abstractor word, our prosperity yet decoun-- 1 Matter. Court House committee, after thorough discussion. Nelson, Oldham and Spencer I.ANCASTEH. pends to a considerable extent on his farm near here. , C Mrs. Bettie Montgomery is visiting The advertising campaign will be pre. tie. f KV. upon conditions that exist in her son, Mr. Chas. Montgomery. District No. 21 Barren, Hrerkin-- J ' Fofncn AdvcrtMMff Hwt pared by an internationally known THE AMERICAN PRE33 ASSOCIATION ridge, Cumberland, Grayson, Hardin,! the rest of the world. We Mr. Harrison Dean sold a horse re- expert and will have for it purpose have a large foreign trade or cently to Mr. Peel, of Jessamine coun- making the American public acquain- Hart, Ijirue, Meade, Metcalfe, MonIt Isn't necessary to remind a good UKttr, It., Ah 10. 1922 ted with the merits of Hurley tobac roe and Warren counties. did have and when other ty, price $ 120. District No. 22 State of West Vlr- - man that he hat a conscience. He buyer from the Asknows it. countries are financially down Mr. Edd Grow bought of Mr. Joe co, as one liberal doing national ginla. Rate. For Political Announcement.. in is and out our markets arc limit Duncan, of Hryantsvillc, some con) 'at sociation now a certain itsbrand of The report of the Field Service 1)1. advertising of There's one consolation, anyway. For Precinct and City Office. $ 6.00 ed to just 15.00 per barrel. vivion showed 8,201 members signed that extent. tobacco. If we have no coal next winter we 10.00 County Office. For Mr. and Mrs. Freeman Stapp and since February 28. and .1,798 signed No one can tell when Europe In the selection of delegates to the lie bothered with the dust. For State and District Offices. 15.00 son, of Jessamine, were the guests of district conventions each county is to since July 1, and the total member won't 10 will be on its feet, or whether Mr. For Calls, per lino and Mrs. R. L. Grow, Saturday be represented, though those which ship August 1 to bo 63,818. For Cards, per line - .10 it will ever be so again. night and Sunday. Sale of the surplus property of the produced less than a million pounds For all publications in the InterWith such conditions pre Master Harrison and Craig Dean will be allowed such fraction of a Association at auction, subject to ap Sale Begins Saturday est of Individuals or cxtircs- vailing, it becomes more nnd of Little Hickman, spent the past vote as the production in those coun proval or rejection by the board was slon of individual views, per 60 DAYS imperative that the peo week with their grand parents, Mr. ties bears to a million pounds of to authorised. 10 more line and Mrs. A. S. Dean. President Stone warmly commend bacco, the unit of delegate represen .05 ple of the United States culti Obituarits, per line candidates Service of the vate a closer spirit of cohesion Mr. Thos. Montgomery is said to tation. Twice as many each county ed the worksigning up Fieldmany new & so Division in have the best wheat crop in this sec- are to be nominated In and unity of purpose, with the tion. It has all been sold for seed as that county may be entitled to members and urged that the directors welfare of our country as their wheat at f 1.16 per bushel. You save the under the call for the election and do all they can to bring new members We am authorized to announce was sufficient blank spaces left on each into the Association. Mrs. Charlie Montgomery Hon. Ralph Gilbert a candidate to ultimate goal. Difference; Only such governments as taken to the Danville Hospital Tues-da- y ballot for each voter to express his succeed himself in Congress, subject tUllards Pure Wheal Bran, Hat-r- d and wns operated on Wednesday preference for delegates in the event to the action of the Democratic pri- arc strong in right and might fcr hof,' he may not desire to vote for those lards Kentucky Farm F. R. J. ENGLE mary. August 5, 1922. will prevail. Others will fall morning. She is doing nicely. who may be nominated nt the meet- Mlaed Feed, llorte and Mule Feed Messrs. Orbin Thompson and Clar-enc- e and Sweet Dairy Feed. by the wayside, never to rise September 2nd. Near Depot Limcnslcr.Ky N'uylor were thrown from a ings Hudson A Farnau. again in like form. The mas meetings are to be call Seriously horse Saturday, the latter sustained ed to order In each of the counties Lay aside petty disputes. A injuries in the shoulder and hand. by ignore the Brent Don't country prospers only as its Mr. and Mrs. Harrison Dean nnd by some grower designated ano the thei president of the Association cloud that is hovering people work in amity to a cor- children. Mrs. E. F. Scott and Felda meetings will elect tjielr own chair ! Grow were guests Sunday of Mr. and men and secretaries and will also se- It is a serious rect and given purpose. over Europe. menace, and only a miracle can America must forge ahead. Mrs. Dennie Scott, near N'lcholasville. 1k tlir. officers of election, who Mr. E. D. Lawson, of Ravenwond, wiU hold the election Sept. Kith., nnd' prevent the impending crash. """" Mo., arrived last week for a visit with certify the result to Secretary H. Lee When a jrreat structure is her sister, Mesdames II. - Thomp- Earley. The election will be by bal GUY. about to collapse people do not son and J. H. Dean and other rela- lot and only the official ballot of the: by word command it to stand Association may be used, but it mu.tj Mr. Wm. Barnes is quite ill with tives here. of mouth. They bolster it up llux. Mr. W. L. Grow and daughter, be signed and'ean be sent by mail or. personally or sent in by another' with the best means at hand Mrs. John Donaldson is visiting Miss Lucy Elizabeth, returned home voted Thursday from n week's visit with her person to be voted. Hnllots sent in permanent repairs can be Mr. and Mrs. Harry D. Rice. until mother and other relatives at Dan- by mail or through some other person Mr. and Mrs. Edd Halter attended ville. They were accompanied home than the voter must reach the election made. Europe is in the position of church at McCrenry Sundayv officers during the hours of elections, by her sister, Miss Jennie Rogers. 8 to 4 o'clock Sept. Ifith., or previous the crumbling building. It is Mr. Earl Doolin was a visitor Sun-da- y j of Messrs. Floyd and Tom Dale tie. for .ate. to that time. about to collapse for lack of Iludton A Farnau. The election Is tn be advertised in adequate support. nt least two iMuea of the newspapers Miss Mattie Heutah Cobb was the The great need of the old week-enToll never tiros some people. They of the Hurley district previous to guest pf Miss Fannie Meri world is temporary relief. da. September 2nd. and the ballots are never do any. to be preserved ten days, any contest Without It the governments Holllng and Mr. and Mrs. Dave IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF to be settled by the board of dlrec-- j and people cannot reach the family, were visitors Sunday of Paint THE UNITED STATES FOR tors nt the lirst meeting loiiowing Lick friends. point of permanent the election. Mrs. Wm. Walker spent Mr. and THE EASTERN DISTRICT Judge I. H. Thurman, of Spring- daughter, Mrs. The international bankers of Thursday with their OF KENTUCKY, IN BANK-RUPTCY- . field, presented the report of the Roy Prathcr. ice committee on elections nnd the world have laid down the Mesdumes Wm. Walker nnd James President Hush W. Allin read the will terms upon which they Yuntls were- - visitors Wednesday of committees. of the In the mutter of Mnr.on D. John furnish the finances necessary Mrs. Henry Tuttle. the disUnder the new son. a naiiKrupt, for this relief for readjustMiss Bella Rice, of Richmond, visit- of July, A. D.. tricts are as follows. On this 28th. day ed Mesl nine John Donaldson and 11122. on considering the petition of District No. I Fayette county. ment and reconstruction. District No. 2 Hourbon county. u foresaid bankrupt for discharge, The governments, with one Harry D. Rice Thursday. the The Gasoline Washing Machine that docs all of exception, have indicated their Mrs. Charlie Tuttle nnd little (lied on the 20th. day of December, District No. aI Shelby county. the work ami leaves no lahor for the wife. Over a Mason county. District No. of willingness to accept these daughter, anil Camden, Ky., are visl- - A. D., 1021, it Is ordered by the court District No. 5 Scott county. million satisfied owners in the United States. ting Mr. Mrs. J. P. Foley. be had upon the same that a hearing terms. District No. tf Stato of Ohio, ex ., Mr. Jim Pendleton, of Stanford, on the 29th. day of August, A. county. France alone remnins ob- visited the past week-enWe guarantee to do satisfactory work. A free his sister, 11122, before said court at Covington, cept Hamilton District No. 7 State of Indiana Ky.. In said district at 10 o'clock, in durate insanely blind und Mrs. Wm. Lane and Mr. Lane. demonstration will hring the city convenience to your thereto as and Hamilton county, Ohio. stubborn and without France .Mr. ami .Mrs. Wm. t.recn were the forenoon, or us neur 8 Franklin nnd No. house wife. District thereof guests of Mr. and Mrs practicable, and that notice nothing can be week-enbe published one time In the Central Woodford counties. Wm. Hurt, Sr., of Pnlnt Lick. attained. SPECIAL PRICES DURING AUGUST. GET District No. 0 Carroll, Gallatin Record, a newspaper printed in said The French arc holding a Misses Anna Mae and Lillian Kidd district, and all known creditor and and Owen counties. SATISFACTION AND SAVE MONEY NOW afternoon visitors of District No. 10 Henry and Trim-bl- e two edged sword over the tiny were Sunday and Nolie Turner. other persons in Interest may appear Misses Lucy NOW NOW! counties. at said time and place and show cord that binds the future Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Poynter had cause, If any they have, why the District No. 11 Iloone, Campbell, peace of the world. for their guests Sunday, Mr. Green prayer of said petitioner should not Kenton and Grant counties. Will they lower it in honor, Poynter and children, of Lincoln. District No. 12 Harrison nnd be granted. or will greed, vindlctlvencss Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Lane, Mr. and WITNESS the Honorable A. M. J Pedtvton counties. District No. 13 Dracken, NichoMrs. Alfred Poynter, visited Mr. and Cochran, Judge of said Court, and the and stubborncss prevail? Mrs. George Hrown last Thursday, seal thereof, at Richmond in said dis las and Robertson counties. District No. 14 Morgan, Menifee, LANCASTER'S BIGGEST STORE. Mr. C. R. Henry and children trict, on the 28th day of July, A. I). The shadows of life are never so J. M. MENZIES, Clerk, Hath and Montgomery counties. with Mr. and 1022. thick but what the sun is trying to spent the past week-enDistrict No. 15 Uoyd, Carter, El- Ily Paralee White, D. C, Mrs. W. G. Clark, of the Lexington break through. Help it along. make broken than AS parts. CONN BROS. and Let iriri m Folks." IE The Central Record $1-50 Get Together Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Merida, Misses Fannie and Salllc Merida and Mr. Sams, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Milton Ward. j Mr and Mrs. Tom Turner, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Tutlle, Mr. and Mr. Joe Turner were Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Barnes. Mr. James Yantls was n dinner guest Wednesday of Mrs. Carrie Davidson and Mr. nnd Mrs. L. G. Davidson, of Lancaster. Mrs. Will Porter, Misses Mary and Christine Poynter, of Lincoln, were visitor the past Wednesday of Mr, and Mr. Alfred Poynter. Miss Lllllc Creech and brother, Ernest, of Eaton, Ohio, were Tues day night guests of Mrs. C. R. Henry and Mr. and Mrs. Milton Ward. Creech, Mrs. C. R Miss Lillle Henry and little daughter, Louise, and Mr. Ernest Creech were enter. tained Wednesday at the home of Misses Maud and Minnie Conn, on the Richmond road. Those who attended the Heron Fair from here last Thursday were, Mr. and Mr. Milton Ward, Mr. and .Mrs. Wm. Scott, Mrs. C. R. Henry and children, Messrs. Tom and Grover Ward, Arthur Turner and Gene Scott. Same PRICE as DANVILLE and LEXINGTON We have forced the'prlec down Show your appreciation by giving us your patronage. Crown Gasoline Polorine CONN & CONN 1 s. on ey Matin Interest 5 I 15-t- i Announcement Flour 79 89c i Take It ty The Wonder GASOLINE WASHER I- " ' l d rt , THE IMCAYTAC d d HASELDEN BROS. d The Central Record, Lancaater Ky. Thursday, Auk 10, 1922. IT WHERE GOODYEAR 30x3 la CR05S-RIB YOUR BIG DOLLAR BRINGS THE MOST VALUE CORD $13.50 $6.00 OXFORDS FIRESTONE HEAVY SIZE BLOCK, 30x3 NON-SKI- D 'j DUTY OVERCORD $11.75 . WHAT THESE TIRES HAVE DONE IN THE PAST SIX MONTHS: GOODYEAR Not a Single Adjustment akcd for. NQ Adjustment asked for on Kclly- FIRESTONE CORDS Springfield since wo have had the Ageiv No Adjustments asked for. cy. Kelly are going fine. WE SELL AUTOMOBILE TIRES CHEAPER THAN ANYONE CHEAPER THAN EVEN THE CHEAP HOUSES. WE HAVE A FEW ODDS AND ENDS IN OUR LINE OF TIRES WE WILL SELL ALMOST AT YOUR PRICE. WE HAVE WONDERFUL BARGAINS IN SECOND HAND AUTOMOBILES. KELLY-SPRINGFIELD 303 30x3 Vt 32x4 Cord KELLEY-SPRINGFIEL- D Kant-Sli- p Cord $7.50 $18.00 $19.00 .. 30x3 Vi 32x4 33x5 30x3 ,.$24.00 Fabric Non-Ski- $13.50 $25.00 $9.00 $10.00 MAIL-ORDE- R 33x4 Cord 34x4 Cord d $20.00 - 30x3'a PHONE 274 N. 2nd. STREET GARAGE IN CONNECTION DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. f Gossip About People vnv Mr and Mrs. Dran Zannne, of Miss Mae Powell is Visiting friend JUNIOH COLLEGE FOR MILLERSBURG COLLEGE GIRLS and YOUNG WOMEN Danville, were linrastcr visitors Sun- in Itichmond. Located in the beautiful 'Blue Crass Region of Kentucky with day. Catalogue Furnhhtd Offers many induce-g- y Mis Alberta Anderson Is spending On Request, U rfc (o ncw buildings and modern equipment. wUh W F. Champ and daughter, Mr Mrs. George McltuberU and little several weeks in Lexington. r. f r r mcnttto raff ful and dacnminting fitrcntt ..ho lo i!m iHeir dueh- Mim Hazel Champ, are f perilling the laughter, of Covington, are guesU fVidni.Ml!fitarf.Ktf. lory, two yfr collte. muttc. art nnj eiprmion. Limii.d numWr el boaidtne week nt Crab Orchard Spring. of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Mls Mae Dougherty, of Winches, pool, outdoor tporti; mIV. pbaMnt andpupil inufr life. Atltnl kd tu rih. Gtnnmm. twunming In.pwmf liomo A Rrt( MtntWft ! Dm Caning sad tcr, Is visiting Lancaster friends. llurnside, on Itichmond street. Mr and Mr. Tom KImore, of Ohio, Mr. Itobert Hays has returned from I Mr. and Mr?. Tom Adams, of Mr. and Mm. Fred Snyder and have been recent visitors of hii par. Miss Leona Traylor, of Stanford, a pleasant trip to Asbury Park, X. Sharpsburg, are guests of Mrs. Ad- beautiful little children of Somerset, has been visiting Miss Julia Zanone. enti, Mr. and Mr. V. J. KImore. I mil's mother, Mrs. N'ack McCrnth. J. have returned home after a visit to Mr and Mrs, Jiinri W. Smith are Mr and Mr. Jacob Jensen and Mr. and Mrs. Ilayden Leavell. Mr. Shirley Klkln, of Lexington, 1,'wis Gill left for Hendcrsonville, Mrs. Milton IloHnrds and little guests of relatives In Hardstown. baby. Patrn. of Frankfort, are vlai- was in Lancaster Tuesday on busi- N. C. last night to spend a few weeks daughter, Virginia Hourne, returned ville, with the Dixie Motor Co., is Cunn havejting Mr .and Mrs. Ilryan Wttmot. Mlur, Virginia and l.ol ness. vacation. to their home in Danville Sunday Mr. Herbert Mitchell, of Harbours- returned from a visit to Wllmore after n visit to her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ada Kinnaird, of Louisvile, visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Carrie Davidson Is visiting her Mr. Leonard Preston, of Rowling Mrs. I.oyd Hourne. J. II, Kinnaird Wm. Mitchell, near Point Leavell. visitor of i the guet 0f Mr Va1f Urmtrr uii Green, is spending a few days In daughter, Mrs. Z. T. Itice and Mr. Illcu In Itichmond. Mr and Mrs. It. P. Chandler Sunday. rl Dr. Kinnaird, on Maple avenue. Mr. It. II. llnlliird, of Middlctown, Lancaster. Bsllardi Obelisk Flour is pure and Cleveland,! Mr. John Mount, of Atlanta, Co., Ohio, has arrived at the home of his Mr. Floyd Swope, of The many friends of Miss Sue Mrs. W. M. Klllott i visiting her healthful. Try a sack today. nephew, on Ohio, is visiting His brother, Mr. Iiil-- j has joined his wife and son for a visto hear Hudson & Farnau, ,n, Dr. Milton Klllott in Harlan, Ky. Klielliy Mason are sorry speedy of her Stanford Mr. Ilnyden tenelivell, visit lie Swope. day's street for it to his parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. J. It. recov-crillness and hepe for a Mount. Mr. and Mrs. Clay Sutton are at Ice cream, however, is most deliciMrs. J. M. Staughton, who has been Herkele, of Mrs. Kate Wherritt Kstlll Springs In Irvine for a week's ous when you haven't the price. Mr. and Mrs. John T. Henry have Mrs. I'. G. Gooch and grandson, spending a few days with her mother, New Orleans, is the guest of Mrs. stay. returned from a pleasant visit to their with Mrs. II. A. II. Markabury, returned J. K. Storme-sJames Tedd, spent, the week-enIce daughter, Mrs. Frank Wilson and Mrs. Harry Hudson returned Tues- her son, Mr. Charlie Gooch, of Dan- to her home in Covington Tuesday. Miss Madge Isaacs, of Danville, Is Mr. Wilson, at Hazard, Ky. There will be an ice cream supper day from a visit to relative m ville. given by the H. Y .P. U. of the LanMiss Margaret Klllott entertained the guest of Mrs. J. C. Williams, on Springfield. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas M. Wilson, of caster Baptist churchh, at the home MlHit AlKe Kay and Lillie Mae a few friends ut her home on Maple Itichmond street. Howling Green, motored from that of Mrs. S. T. Sanders, on Danville Mr. Otis Gpoch was a guest of bis Arnold spent the week-en- d with Mr. avenue Friday evening with a din Mr. ami Mrs. W. It. Cook and Mr. city yesterday and are guests for a street .Saturday, night, August 1'Jth. uncle sud mint, Mr. and Mrs. Charles and Mr. Dave HulTman, of Hedge-vitl- ner party in honor of Miss Christine Val Cook, of Danville, were visitors few days of Mr. and Mrs. J. It. Mount. (8-- 3 v"' Saturday nlgW 'Jt. pU Cox. in Lancaster Tuesday. Miss Klta Mae Hoiirne Mas a guest Misses Marjory Ilallou, Alllr and Mrs. Key Skreve. and daughter, Mrs. Mar Wilkins. Miss Marilee Miss Ceneva LogstJon, of Paint last week of her aunt, Mrs. John Your Mary Arnold were visitors in Crab Mnr' Martka, nf Rochester, Illinois, Lear, Miss Mary Davis, Mr. Itobert Lick, has been the guest of Mr. and Underwood and Underwood, Mr. t. Saturday. Why not spend a week nt Crab have been visiting Mrs. Hryn Hayes, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Francis Mrs. G. M. Treadway. near Danville, and attended the Orchard Springs, Kentucky's most Price were visitors at Crab Orchard Judge Homer Hatson, of Louisville, Fair. famous mineral resort. Ncw golf Mist Mary Owsley Is the guest this Springs Saturday. M,M Allene Thomas has returned with his father, spent the weck-en- d fishing, course, tennis, swimming? week of Miss Jean I'axton, of StanJoseph Itogers, an old Lancaster Mr It. II. Hatson. home after spending several week MiiAes Kathenne and Lillian Kin bowling, dancing, horseback riding, attending the Fair. ford and boy, but now representing the bond with relative and friends in naird had for their dinner guests the etc. Mrs. J. C. Hemphill, of Louisville, Mrs. Ham Aldridgc entertained n department of the Trust Company of past week Mr. Kute Wheritt Herkele, Hates $1 and $5 per day. Hy the expected Saturday for a visit to Georgia, with headquarters at Atlanof New Orleans, and Mks Annie few friends Wednesday at her home according to loI ancatter relatives. Mr. and Mrs, llryan Wilinot, Mr. ta, is visiting this week, his aunt and week $21 and up, on Lexington road with a delicious Royston, of Chicago. cation of room, includes room and and Mrs. Jacob Jensen and baby, of uncle, Miss Jennie Duncan and Mr. spont thei dinner. Mr. William Walker such as all Prnkfort, were visitors at Uoones-boMrs. C. It. Henry and children, John M. Duncan. He is warmly wel- board und all privileges week-en(wlth his parents, Mr. and waters, dancing, swimming, fishing, Mtniday. Mrs. J. S. Gilbert, of Domino, Ky., comed. Miss Lily Creech anil brother, Krnest, Mrs. Arch Walker. tennis, boating, etc. of Ohio, and Mi. Lena Henry were arrived Monday and is the guest of Kttza lsn, Ilryuntsville, has Mt Mr. and Mrs. Dave HulTman enterThe Crab Orchard Springs Golf with Mr. and .Mrs. Jns. G. Conn and relatives anil friends in the city nnd Mrs. Luther I'ayton and son, Hlllie been visiting bur siter, Mrs. Will tained at u delightful dinner Sunday. Club is being formed under the dicounty. a visit to rela-t.e- s family last Thursday. have returned from on Diokerson, Dirkersoti and Mr. Lucy rection of Mr. ItobL King, of CheroThe.r guests being, Misses In Covington. Maple avenue. Miss Margaret Klliott is spending Spoonamore, Alice Itay, Lillie .Mae kee Golf Club, n professional golfer Miss Margaret Hackley, who has been the guest of her neice, Mrs. J the week in Stanford, the guest of and Mamie T. Arnold, Messrs. Logan and instructor. Miss Maggie Miller spent the wek. Mrs. W. It. DuerscH, of Willington, I. Hamilton and Mr. Hamilton, has Miss Ophelia Carroll Bailey and is Arnold and Mack Spoonamore, and Mrs. Thomas i nd with her sister, Make application for membership Kansas, is spending the week-engone to Lake Chautauqua for the re attending the fair. Iteynolds, near Danville. Mr. and Mrs. George Gooch and Mr. now. Crab Orchard Springs Hotel Haydcn Leavell with her brother, Mr. mainder of the summer. M. Arnold. Co. Mr. G, X. Miles and family, Mrs. T. Mrs. Kphriam llrown, Mrs. Lee and Mrs. Leavell. Kiln Dean and Mr. It. Clayton, of Mr. and Mrs. Walker Wheeldon Cox and M.m Christine Cox have been Mrs. It. A Campbell and little son, daughter and Mr. Octave Cum Nicholasvllle, were guests at the re.ent visitors in Lexington. are and Hubert Wallace, of Milwaukee j mins, of lice Lick, spent Thursday home of Mrs. A. C. Miles Friday. mid Klizabeth Johnson Mr and Mrs. C II. Clark, of Lex-- j visiting Mi nnd Thursday night with Mr. and Mr. James Collier and family, of ngton, were over Sunday and spent! Mr and Mrs. J S, Johnson, on Dan- Mrs. '.ark Hester, of Manse. ' ville street little Hickman, weie guests last ' day with their parent. Mm. J. U Anderson, of Washing Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. V. F. Hruk ton, D. C, arnvml Tuesday for a ey. A delightful picnic was g.ven present. visit to her mother, Mrs. Arthur in their honor, with I Ci'rrey, at the home of her sister, Mrs. A. 1). Joseph nnd Miss Addic Mrs. Margaret Currey Hoblnson. Criscillis, have been in Cinrinnnt. and Mr. and Mrs. Joel J. Walker, Jr., Louisville for the past ten day?, at Mr and Mrs. John (Ml Kinnnird and tending style shows mid purchasing json, John Morrow, have returned stock for Joseph's fall mili.nery. from n pleasant motor trip to Dayton, Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Home and Springfield anil Cincinnati, Ohio. daughters, Mr. and Mrs. L. T. Hill There are speciallyjprlced items during the Mr. and Mr. J. A. Itowland and nnd dnughters, Mr. and Mrs. N. K We have secured a franchise for a daughter, Mary and Mrs. II. D. Dow- Hogie were guests of W. M. Hogie month of AUGUST at ers motored throueb from Kl Dorado. ami Mr. and Mrs. Louis Noel, of near the night for u Nicholasvllle, Sunday. j Ark , arriving Saturday visit to their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mra. Haltie Dunlap had for her din h. II. Henry. ner guests Tuesday evening Mrs. Cox Wear-U-W- ell Mr. Thomas Croutcher returned and daughter, Christine, of St Louis, Tuesday to the home of his parents. Mrs. Kate Wherritt Herkele, of New1 Klizabeth, Ml Mr. and Mrs. Jumu Croutcher, after Orleans, Lit., nnd COLUMBUS, OHIO. several day visit with relatives in Simpson, of Lexington. A FEW OF THEM ARE Dayton, Ohio, before returning to hi Shoe Company has more Mrs. W. J. Itontans, Mr. and Mrs.! home in Atlanta. in the UniI. C. Gulley and children, Master! 1)3 Shampoo Paste had as her Lewis Walker. Miss Carrie Helle Ito. Mrs. Jan. 0. Conn the finest shoes ted guests Inst Tuesday for the day her mans and Miss Christine Sanders,' in the mother, Mrs, Sarah Itucker and sis- coftipefvd a camping party ut Drip1 ters, Mrs. C. B. Williams, of Madl-so- ping Springs. Hue or Visit our store ami look at this went Joined Talcum ,ler75c Ind., Mr, (i. M. Treadway and Wednesday evening Mi Lucille write us for illustrated cntnl'oKtie. Mus Chastine Itucker. llobb will cnterluin with a lawn par-- , Mr. Jake Miller returned to his tv ut her home In the country in. home in Charleston, West Vu., Tues- honor of her guestst Misses Virginia day morning after several days visit Ayrti, of Mt. Sterling, Mary Kllen I turd Rubbci with his parents, Mr. and Mr. N. Dale, of hminence, Messrs. John T Comb He was accompanied by his Woodford, of Paris, and Iloger Hour Miller. LANCASTER, KY. M The Red Front Lexington Her on, Leonard Thomas, who has been land, of Ijincaster. aid. spending the summer here. M.iit Adit Mac Foster has returned home after a three week's visit with her aunt. Mm. Allen Teater. f. 1 ,r. y. d . Cream Supper e. Take Vacation On-har- Wll-mo- Per-ryvil- le Nicho-lanvill- e. o, d d That NEW SHOE STORE I Reminds me! Drug Store. branch store for Shoe Co. McRobsrts This great than 2,800 CHAIN STORES States that are selling world at FACTORY PRICES. 75c! Special 50cts n, I Sanders Variety Store hSOI!;rrund$1.00 Special 50cts Special 79cts I 50c Special 39cts The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday Aug 10, 1922 Miss Tabctha Brandenburg, of Red House, who ha been the guest of Mr. John Stewart has gone to Lancaster to visit relative. Miss Marie Ledford returned home Sunday nfter n month's vlilt with friends nnd relatives In Tennessee, North Carolina and Harlan. A wrics of meetings began at Baptist church Monday evening. The pastor, Itev. Will'o Rogers will be asslitcJ by Itov. Rom, of Georgetown. Miss Elvcrco Arnold, of Birmingwith her grandham, Ala., who parents, Mr. and Sirs. Burnside for tho summer, spent Thursday night with Miss N'aney Guyn. Wal-lacct1 Lots far Your Money USE The Economy i Always Should Not Tempt You Mr. and Mrs. Nobe Ledford enter-tvno- d with n 12 o'clock dinner ln- -t Thursday in honor of his brother, Mr. Speed Ledford nnd family, of Miamlsburg, Ohio. All the brothers am Budweiser Everywhere mm and sisters with their families wern prosunt. Remember the Culling Demonstr.i-tio- n Friday, Aug. 1 1th, at 0:30 at 10:30 at Mrs. S. M. Henderson's: Mrs. Fred Hall's and 2 o'clock nt instead of Mrs. Tom Underwood' Mrs. J, I). Wynn'. us was at tlrst'an-nouncr- CALUMET RAKING POWDER They know that Good Baking Powder can't be sold for less; that "More for the Money" means bake day failures, waste of time and money; that Calumet means economy. -- d. That's What Minima v! Hausawlvaa Da fAlUMffl ANHEU3EH-DUSC- INC, ST. LOUIS MUs Nancy Guyn entertained the following Saturday afternoon at the swimming pool: Miies Anna Kath erine and Elveree Arnold, of Birmingham, Drann Woods, of Kirks-vtllMessrs. Forest Carlisle and Vincent Arnold, of Birmingham, and Andrew Guyn. Corbin Defeated by Paint Lick Club e, Crab Orchard Bottling Co. Crab Orchard, Kentucky Dlttributort Both teams played in good form. ThU was one uf the hardest games of the season for Paint Lick. Beaz-le- y held the visiting team to 9 scattered hits, allowing 7 runs, while Paint Lick only got 8 hits, but got them In the right time to score 8 DOINGS AT PAINT LICK runs. Rev. Willie BEST BY TEST Rogers assisted by Interesting News of Enst End Capitol Gnthered By Alert Rev. W. W. Homer, closed one of the greatest revivals in the history of Correspondents adFreedom church, with forty-five The World's Greatest Baking Powder Th 0 Ood. Homing Ducks. Tliou t.. .1" I im other gods tw An Innerwlric (Seotlaixl) farm serr-n- t I I'ominandtiK'nt sold six ducks to n buyer Ihlnc fore me '1 thrw mlle away whither the Wnl were conreyed In a Iisiiiiht Nut day. Odd Custom In Dsnmirk. nowerer. ine six mirks tum.il up at I n t .m fT.r engaged girls In Innemlck again, having traversed Denmark . r a plain gold ring on the three Intervening miles f rough ,hH ,1,1m flnBer i.f tho left hand. When ml billy countryside. Huw did they they got inurrhil the ring Is turned to nnd their way nil that distance. afoot7,j,e thin) ntiirer the right hand. J w,-n- PUBLIC SALE Nearly all of the upland soils In Kentucky that are not of limestone origin and a large area of the state's limestone soils, including some of those In the blue grass region, are add to an injurious extent and need limestone before they can be expect ed to produce the greatest crop yields, soil authorities who have investigated the problem say. Applying lime at this time of the year to correct this condition has a number of distinct advantages that are not possible at other times, according to George Roberts, head of the agronomy department of the college, of Agriculture. "The preparation of wheat land at this time of the year offer one of the best opportunities for applying limestone since quick returns can be obtained from its use. If used with phosphate, the material will return I WILL SELL AT PUBLIC OUTCRY ON added yields anil increased profits on the wheat crop and give still greater returns on the clover crop which usually follows the wheat. The good condition of roads at this time of the year and hte fact that more time usually is available on the average farm are added advantages in using AT TEN A. M. SHARP Another important 'point line now. is the fact that the demand usually The farm known as the Herbert Scarbrough place, containing is slack nt this time of the year, making it easier to obtain the materiul. on 28'! acres of number one good SANDSTONE land. This land "As nn average for eight years bequite a while. The man who buys this four of the soil experiment fields the lias been rested for ing maintained over the state by can pay Kentucky Agricultural Experiment land, even if he has to no in debt a little, or one-hal- f, Station, limestone nnd acid phosphate , DUt with the first good crop. have given an Increase of !Ul bushels Improvements consists of three room house and. a tobacco an acre a year In the wheat crop. This was more than enough to pay barn that will house four acres of tobacco. Plenty of fruit on for the application of limestone which will last for nt Ivnst three more crops place. On the same fields, in the rotation. This farm is situated on Paint Lick creek, one mile from the Increase in the clovi'r hay crop limestone, in addition to that Dradshaw Mill and about four miles from Hound Hill. Known from acid phosphate, has been apfrom proximately I, COO pounds un acre. nil over the county as "All Crease Hollow." d Limestone and phosphate have Come and buy this place, it's a good home for some one to nn Increase of clover hay total ling more than n ton an acre u year nccumulate good money. on the same fields as an average for Terms will be reasonable and will be made known on day eight years. During the season Just passed, the corn yield on the Berea of sale. Parties desiring to look over farm, can call at place experiment field has been increased 20 bushels an acre by the use of limeand will be shown same. The "High" dollar gets it. stone and acid phosphate." Logsdon. Coldiron. Mis Ava McWhortcr was the guest Seven additions were added to the of Mrs. Ida Chrisman at Kirksville Christian church Sunday at the regu-la- r for the week-end- . meeting, two by baptism and five Messrs. R. V. and A. 0. Estridge by statement. left Sunday for Detroit to drive two Mrs. Sam Davis entertained a numnew cam through. ber of relatives and friends at dinner Miss Jennie Hlgglni left Monday Sunday In honor of Mrs. Speed Ledfor n visit to her sister, Miss Sue ford and family. Uiggins, in Louisville. Mrs. Jennie Stowe, of Camden, Rcr. L. N. Bowling was in our town Ohio, arrived Sunday for a visit with Monday and took dinner with Mr. and her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lean LedMrs. 0. L. Hammack. ford and other relatives. .Mr.. McKenncy, of Frankfort, U visiting Mn. V. II. Hoop. Miss Anne Malthy, of Maysville, Is the guest of Mis Alma Lear. Friends of Mrs. H. H. Montgomery are glad to ?ee her out again. Hcv. C. A. Van Winkle preached at High Point school house Sunday afternoon. Rev. Cunningham, of Berea, will preach nt Mt. Tabor Sunday evening at 7:30. Mi.ws Katherine and Hosalie Seale of Uerea, are guests of Mils Geneva Mr. Speed Ledford returned to his ditions, eight by letter. home in Ohio Saturday, the family rethirty-seven maining for a longer visit. Mr. and Mrs. Andy Davis have rented Mrs. Nannie Crook's property at Lowell and taken possession. Mrs. Martha Ely was in Junction City Friday night, the guest of her son, Mr. Buford Ely and family. Miss Kuth Highland, of Covington, is with her grandmother, Mrs. Martha Ely for a visit of several weeks. Mrs. L. II. Davis entertained Mesdames Speed Ledford son, Frank, Sam Davis, Sr., and Mon-da- y for baptism and The church wns greatly strengthened,!!)-- the preaching of this great man. The house would not seat the great crowds that gath ered there. Dr. Horoer Is a great preacher, one who preaches nothing but the Gospel in its simplicity and truth, and moves men to repentance. Lime Tonic ll Oldn't Enjoy It. Voting llsrley was home for a few day from a crulv. ltli the inert bant -marine Well,' a. tho man from the homo trcun gwilnlly, how hat you been enj.iylng maritime "I hason'l been enjoying It at all, lr," answered the ytmrigMer, blushing, "she broke the engigvtiiiMit."-l,unc- ef KntorprUo. tr Prcrikd and for Kentucky', Soil, Sick J. L. Bankrupt SALE IN RE B. M. LANE, BANKRUPT. will ofTcr nt public Pursuant to an order of the Kcferee in Hankruptcy, residence and mill and a lot of land consisting of about .'I alc the acres at Judson, Garrard County, Ky., on the premises on 1 .store-house, Saturday, Aug 19th, 192? Wednesday, Aug .16th, 1922 BEGINNING AT ONE O'CLOCK P. M. The real estate will be sold first. This is one of the best stands for a Coune try Store in Garrard County, and the property is well improved, having a combined, also a good grist mill, blacksmith shop and a and store-hous- e good barn nnd other out buildings. resf-deuc- AFTER THE REAL ESTATE IS SOLD A STOCK OF GOODS WILL BE SOLD AT PUBLIC AUCTION. EVERYBODY COME AND GET A BARGAIN. cash when the Terms of the sale of the real estate lo be sold, one-hadeed is made and possession given, as soon as sale is confirmed by the Court, due in twelve months, bearing interest at six and n bond for the other one-haper cent from date, and a lien retained on the land to secure the payment of same. Personal property nil articles under $25.00 to be cash, nil articles $25.00 and over, to be sold on three months time with interest from date. Note with approved security required. lf lf pro-duce- W. T. KING Owner and Auctiatr. First It was secret diplomacy, and then we had shirt sleeve diplomacy, and now that the women are breaking In we presume it will be of the bloom-e- r variety. J. W. Sanders, Trustee A. T. Scott, Auctioneer. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky.. Thursday Aug 10, 1922 Louisville Sc 1 For information j Nashville Railroad ROADS STAND BY LOYAL EMPLOYEES Tell President Harding Old and New Men Must Be Protected In NOT A Farm and Home News From Over Kentucky ANNOUNCES ROUND TRIP EXCURSION FARE $1.35 from Lancaster to Brodhead, Ky. ACCOUNT Strike Settlement. MATTER BRODHEAD FAIR Tickets on tale August 15th. to 17th. inclusive, and for trains scheduled to Arrive at Brodhead before noon August 18th. Tickets good for return to reach Lancaster, Ky., before midnight, August 19th. For further or detailed information, apply to local ticket agent. OF CHOICE Faithful Employees Hsvt Doth Ltgal and Moral Rights to Seniority and Other Benefits. New York. The keynote of the inaile by railway executives representing more than W Clam I of the t'nlliM State to the proportion of President llnnllne, thnt "nil striker he returned to their work nnd their former poltlnn with seniority nnd other rlitht unimpaired," lie In the hist pnrncrsph from their reply to the I're.Iilent a follow: "ft Is nutinilttnl that lh. .trlk-l- n txtmtr emiiy. rannot be cl n rrrnl to trf.rfne In .mli)r.r .1 vlol.nr In th wiihuut 1(Hnr rM r. u.tlc nr prlnrlpl nf rlstit r1 without lnvoll In this matter. fallti on th brrarh ft thr xrt of thr rallnatils to the tntn at . in Ihelr Hull-rt'Biro-p- ly On of barber nlivnjtj Juil Tunklns says modern machinery ntlrh tlmt n plain ordl tnl n mrtlrnlar dcllfbt In his got to brushing n man's hair the way he nary human belns doesn't lMk much doesn't like Itf Philadelphia Impilrer tiy eotnmrlMn - Washington Ktnr. Why seems t I It llmt tht Mtter ii Its. I Out o( Proportion. i Cost Ltadi Milk Produetrt. !- The coat prodnesn ntitrv milk an wclghi nttally In rtHirtlin in lis It t fur milk tlinn any other nnlttiHl production. Chlsf Cnd of Drains. lltlHiin tells thl A well known trip on himself. A burlier while trim-trln- r Id locks, remarked "Vou have s larre head, iir (snip, snip) It's fne itilrit: to have n larire bend, fur s UrKf head means n laree brain, and a large brain I the imxt useful thine a man run have, for It nourishes the root of the hair." Iloston on Cdgt. Kur) thine mar be n lenlb'y cut ami dried certainty nlih n married Sin- - never knows womnn, except thl v hut lirr husband t will mail at c-- Kttpi Htr tint. Working Toward an Object. H ever lwr of n man who hail striven all hi life fnlthlHlly nml liislv toward nn object niwl In no measure olitHlmit It? If n iinri conMr lie nut elevntcdJ l stantly lilil ever man try heroUin. HMCHantm Ity, tmih. Mn.i'tftr and IIihI tlmt thrni was no u'ltNiitaci In I hem. Hint It wni n valii MHlrnvuri llrnry P. Thoreaii, DM Transcript. quoted nhore, hut also a follows: Agree With the President r "The mUrond executives and July 1, 1921. Outstanding Indcbtedncts-oncree entirely with th President" statement In his letter thnt 'It I $20,000.00 wholly unthltiknhle that the Knllrond year Hands due 1022 to 1011, 1.000.00 each n useful 4.000.00 Ijihor llonnl ran l made mnlntnln-InBond due lOIIfl to IUSH, 1 1, 000.00 each yenr acrney of the Cnvemtuent in Industrial eae. In the rnllway $M.000.00 sen Ice utiles emplojer nnd worker Total indebtedness at beginning of wliewl yuar are both prompt nnd tinqueMloiiliic In Paid Out Durini The Year their acceptance of It ileclslon.' lft.l08.t0 "Mnny men In the service refused to 1. Salaries of Teacher .120.8 Join the strike and In so ilolnc were 2. Administrative-r.vpen- e H.00 nsiored of the enlorlty rtcht nrcru-In- e -- . 3. New ltulUlintr ami ('rounds to theni and of the l'rmnlience 150.8(1 1. Itepalrs and Improvements of their positions. On some Importnnt S4.rt 6. Furniture line .Ml per ernt or more refused to 070.32 Join the Mrlke To these old loyiil (5. Equipment 12.7 have If en added thouand 7. Supplies Incidental 1.272.22 ef new men who were emlo)el nnd 8. Fuel and Ughting "B0 60 emild he secure! only iihii n definite J. Janlter Service premise that their service would 10. Tultitm nf the settlement 1,000.00 retained resnrdle awl ef bea Repayment ef 11. hhhi' 1,250.00 of the strike, with nil the richt 12. Interest to such employment, liuiinl-I- n 431.00 13. Insurance tlmt of seniority under the working 71d.rttJ rales and reculailon previously 1 1. Collection of tux by the llallrond Ijihor Hoard. UncJaiftHl 1. "Just the Opposite Effect" "We especially Mnt out thnt n ..11230.36 Total paM mt 4urii; year m the "Id men who remained In Received During Hie Year the service nnd to the new men who V'OT.IH accepted service of the rlchts of senior1. State School Fund 18,'J2.ltl ity Incident to their emplojment would 3, Local Dlitrlct ToUn Imve Just the oposlte effinl to thnt de3. llorrowwl Mnnty awl llondi nnd would most 2,7l.lil sired by the President, Ijihor Hoard. I. Tuitfcm seriously discredit the 1,900.00 . Other SnurciM The hoard Itself prescribed the rules ef seniority under which the men $20,013.17 referred to have secured their seniorTetal KeeoiVMi durtac yiwir ity rlshls, nnil the railroad companies KrcapituUtiun have neither the lecnl nor moral rlsht 2,387 07 t deprive these men of those rlcht. July 1, llkM Halance In 20,013.17 Ity m Idle utterance slnee thei strike HeceJvoil durlHR ynnr began the IbkvpiI has recocnlied nnd esaptuiolicd thee rich!, nnd to deny $ti,20.8l them now would, lntiiul of uphohllni: TiuJ f llalanre awl ltolpM overTatiil I'ald out duritiK 22JW0.S3J the HHthntity of the Ijihor Hoard, threw It rules nnd discredit It e 801.10 HalMMts in Treasury Juae 30, 10IW "The Chairman of the Ijihor Hoanl at the tlwe the strike was called made ASS UTS AND LIAMLITICS AT CLOSE 01 YKAK, JUNE 30. 1922. the follow Ins public statement: Allrtt Value. Kitim.led "t'pon one iuestlen the slrlklnc shauht mH l e ee4veit. Their f10.0W.0t HeiMtJ IlulUlln-n- ami UrmiaO leader has mM that tlw strikers toHiiec emrSates ef the M"0.00 as no ami tkSMMtl Furniture and Biulfmnt lhy have thus aulnvatlc-l- yr Likmrio.. aU the rights I lu aUaHdoiM.1 under their ssiecmenls anal l0lfl0 (Wtte Kijulpnuint Ihe deeiclona of the tasted. uader Ihelr svalority ThU is not fH,lsW.OO It la th.ir uwn. Ike UoaiM a.li.'tt IMnl Am Many carriers are giving their former empeayva ihe vrtunily to reQuestion. within a limited enter th servii' Vw, time It must h understood now I. Are the rcwir4 ewwWte mniI well k'H? that men who remained In the serv' lajr Vm 1 IU the records sauw nil dWmrsvweato who are now entering ice arxl thn M7 'm. It wltt hive nshla of Mntorlly that :'. Are there n fllo WW fur nil fbdi lh lMiil could not isinore " 4 vwichon Are thurc What the Proposed Plan Meant Ye i. Are the hWW nml vueHr filed pwprty and la Meutlv "It must be nirilertood that any proposal that esndee now on strike l.laliititiri. Owing shall be permlltetl to return to the IU.U0H.u 1.000.00 each ymr nu from IU2 t 11MI, service. wIP.iout litiilrmi'tt to their .000.iio seiiherity. l werel) utioiher way of due from lUlt to 1928, $1,000.00 due wu ymt men who took sasaesllns llwt fnllli. $31,000.00 emU)Hii'Ht In this rrisls In 1933 Total IndebtMlnws June 30, day of August for lidylnt: o the pntiolso of Ihe (TW report ntuit bo niiide n or Imfore the to protect I hem In their SuperintentleHt.) whMi yenr cloiliiK on June 30, mid ent to the these proioieei hotac JustirUsl hy treanurur of the U"- - the uulborllKlhe utlorHmo of the We have exumlned nnd nudlte! the nceounU tf the raaler Orndml School board of trustees, nnd find thw receipts, diibumonwHU Ijihor llwird. and thus have made mi. '"I bnlunceii a IutoIii itntinl. tWe the eoHlluuel operation of Ihe nillroflds. shall now he sucritlrcd In Sijcavd) Frnnkle KnulTmnn, ' (SIhiuhI) J. K. Stormos, finer of men now on strike, who not Truiuurer (J. S. Hoard of Trustees. Chiiirmnn (5. S. Hoard of ohI) bronchi about the crisis, but. by July 20, 1922. (Sitcned) 0. M. Thompson, own notion m I declaration, are .Secretary (! S. Hoard of Trustees. their no lnser eip4i)ee of the railways, Uncastor, Ky., July 20, 1922. under the Jurisdiction of the I'nlted 'I State llallroad Ijihor Hoard, or I, A. 1). Joseph, appointed by the Hoard of Kducutioit of The Uncasler to the uppllcatliin of the Transthe said (itHdod School, to adult tho nccount nnd business transactions of portation art. rd of Kducntlon for the school year endlnc June UOth, 1922, stnte thnt "la ndillllon l Ihe necessity of up. I have audited said accounts nnd bu!nes transactions nnd llnd them correct holdlnK the IjiIht Hoard, and the pledget made by Ihe they appear In the Annual Settlement and Audit Heport for yeur July I, to the tuiHi now at work, there W1 to June 30, 1022. the pnictl.al effect on Ihe super-vlsor(SiKned) A. D. Joseph. ollkers of u violation of the Subscribed and sworn to before me, Paul P. Klllott, Notary Public in pledges they were nuthorlicd to make. d for (,'arrnrd County, this 20th. day of July, 1922. Their dlsconraecment and demorallra-liowould he fur more disastrous than Paul P. Klllott, Notary Public. My commission this or any otbrr strike." expires Feb. 20, 1920. limn-aces ANNUAL SETTLEMENT AND AUDIT REPORT of the Lancaster Graded School Board, Garrard County For Year July 1, 1921 to June 30, 1922. mmf sppsrrnt that the rsltruails lh nr rnnl rn,l.lr whkh tlWmiMnotof pro lo. ilrU viil rrotKtlon In thlr rmpleyra 11 h to the rvlc and to ho rmslnrt In lh lh new rmpkxe rntrrlnc It " The exertitltes had aecvptel the fondltlons proposed hy the first t President, namely, tlmt both employ. er nml employee nreept the dccMmis of the IJilM.r llonnl, nml that all law prowlng nut of the strike he suit withdrawn; and In relation to the third condition spoke not only us crrst lifnt lh t'ndr elrrMmtnrt. rlt It t .fnt lrl pint Farm boys nnd i;Irls of Campbell ' county who arc members of the vari Loans: ous Junior agricultural clubs in that county have been showing lively en thusiasm In the picnics nnd tours which they have nrranged during the CENT. summer with the help of County Agent II. I Link. Two club raised see enough funds to hire trucks for a i trip to .nteresting points In Cincin G. B. SWINEBROAD, nati nnd vicinity while another group Secy-Trea- s. of the youngsters vsited the Kentucky Agricultural Experiment Stntion and prominent farms in the blue grnss district. 08 per cent vvhile in other flocks that More than 120 Whitley county One-thir- d Hens ' hnd been well enred for the percennd poultry keepers recently fnrmcrs ' nter..... to be Culls ago of culls was found to be a low were taught the method of distinThlrty.fivc blrd, eI(tht per cent guishing between the laying nnd lonf- on vt00'ly Inte hunt in (Vio.r f1nilf lit niontia rt n noc, of Hesults already obtained in the''" c nn WJ"C number of poultry culling demonstra poultry culling demonstrations being thnt tions held by County Agent K. V. conducted -- ..'1 the state by the ex I three In another flock of Davi nnd the College of Agriculture tension division of the College of hnd been well fed proved to be nonA total of 108 Agriculture Indicate thn tthe annunl layers. extension division "One poultrymnn whose flock was hen out of the 288 that were hnndled quota of d of the hens in found showed the characteristic signs thnt Kentucky will stop laying within the culled in thc demonstrations that keeping sour skim milk before they had stopped laying. next month nnd loaf until spring, nc Christian county fnrmcrs nnd their cording to II. It. Jnckson, one of the the birds nt nit times nnd feeding y wive.t who attended the recent college poultrymen. The demonstra- them a grain feed of equal parts of school nnd picnic held nt tions, which are being held to show corn nnd onts nt night, wn n good poultry Hopkinivillc obtnined mnny new poin- fanners nnd poultrymen hnv to dis- methoil of keeping up thc egg proters on poultry management nnd tinguish between laying nnd loafing duction of his Kens, ".Mr. Jnckson enre, County Agent II. C. Cress say. hens, also show thnt the pcrcctitnge said. "Another was obtaining good J. II. Mnrtin, in chnrgc of poultry of culls in (locks thnt hnve been fed results by making n mash of ground . .! . oats nnd bran thnt was moistened I. I! ui hi. me r iuiirKe m t. iKiituiiun' anu nnnaged nccoruing to recom-a- t with sour skim milk nnd fed during Lexington; A. J. Culver, who is mended methods during the summer said to have one of the lnrgest poul- - jt smnller tnn in flocks where little the day. He nlso gave them sour try llocks in te stnte, together with n nttentlon was paid to the feeding nnd skim milk to drink. On the college number of Christian county poultry-- 1 Care of the birds, Mr. Jnckson added. farm good results In egg production are obtained by keeping sour skim men toon pari in le program. ii i.n, P,,n,liietert .!..m,,n.tminn milk or buttermilk before the birds A. n result of six Oldham county on a lotn, of 24 nock, up , thc M farmer growing barley during the enl timi. nnd handled 1.417 b.rds. 28 nt nil times nnd g.ving tern a grain of Inst yenr, indication. arc thnt the , t .,,...i ,i,..i feed composed of seven pnrtsonts. ne " -v.wnoc corn and three parts of ncreage of this crop seeded in thnt charncter;stlc signs"" that theys. had Tht. hcn, arc forccd to ,rink tne mllk , county this fall will be ten timei ns!,t ,a,ne.. Tn ptrcinin,e fi ut the rate of one gnllon n day for great n, thnt sown Inst year. County foafcH in ,onu, flockl wn, M h,Rh ns . ., 0 I Agent (Jordon H. Nance says. Fnrm-- j ers who usually sell wheat and buy . corn will replace the whent with Garrard National Farm Loan Assn Federal Farm RATE OF INTEREST Si PER of T'1 one-thir- i nil-da- ! I .... " bar-ley- W. O'RIGNEY W. B. DICKERSON Child-birt- h Valuable Illustrated Pool; Sent Fr tv 'tnj, cf r mrn the simple It.. stohlei methol f an tm.r.r t thru n. . unsecreurr e i,ric ttruuira nuny laonl&s tmj up to tl.e moment Iitt.r lai arn.tJ, it t- - t eisUls-in Ihe renunkst! too.. MMhetl.oJ s J tbt IUtr." Tell, sbo chst Ut lU Ufote and sfur rente. prUtle iU'c bf Unh. telf rules, t'c snJ about -- Jle'hr s 1 1. n.i." ued tr three rerercltors In all rf tnolher,. a&J dm a iloies cterystbere. "sMher'a IVIead" Is etl etteinal.. It safe. Ire frcnt nar.otlet. per ., mit fatter iiatutai Tnd-renJur.-- s; jttttment er reetaner and (hikj-tirt8iatt wmrf it to- -' dir. Mrs. : K Kerstr. 81artan. Jllnn, tarsi "It pulled me thnxiuh." Sena lee aw dar. la llradSeld IWulalsr Co., I V2j at aU lanta. Ca. "Ucllitr's nitnj- - I, avruc W. 0. MGNEV Ofllce Phone 18. & CO. Funeral Directors and Embalmers Residence I In ...... ...... ne 2.1. .......................... i- .... Lancaster, Kentucky. 1 brrwel ... combination spray Spraying Bo08tt. Yield lw'th n standard Bordeaux made by mixture at 1thcatu of Late Crop Potatoes ," arscna'c of tlca;1 powder three pounds ( uf eur.t.C , I ........ . ...... re-fa- sl McROBERTS DRUG STORE growing late potatoes A Silo is a Great Big Bank Kvery farmer in Kentucky who owns a s:lo can consider himself the President and Hoard of Directors of n first class bank. A bank is nn institution for thc secure storage of valuables, silage is valuable. A bank is n source of help in financial stress so is a silo A bnnk not when feed is scarce. only keeps its patrons funds safely - Tnl Trury yr "! pointed out the control of leaf hoppers depends a "As soon ns the plants are six upon graying them while they are rate, far above that of the bank. As inches high, they should be sprayed I young." an investment the bank returns prof. its on the money put into it; ns a, sole stockholder in the silo the farmer J3X?3Xs?3Xs3Ks will nml it one oi tne uesi invest- but return. does a silo them with Interest; who are 50 gallons of Kordenux. This spray will profit by i will control Colorado potato beetles, being on gunrd for insect pests at the ordinary flea beetles an dearly this time of the year, according to A. blight. It may be necessary to reJ. Olney, potato specialist at the peat the application of this spray as Kentucky Agricultural Experiment many ns from four to six times at Stntion. Plant lice were highly de- intervals of ten days to two weeks. potatoes in the If plant lice or leaf hoppers appear structive to first-crostate this yenr while leaf hoppers, on the plants, It will be necessary to another common insect pest of the add nicotine sulphate to the spray, crop, have been more abundant dur- this material being added at the rate ing te last two or three years than of a half pint to SO gallons of Borever before, he said. In tests during deaux. recent years on thc station farm, "Special care is necessary if thc sprayed potatoes have yielded as lM,raying Is to accomplish the desired d much as more than those .results. Plant lice must be hit by thnt were left unsprnyed, it was this snrav In order to be killed while Farmers and gardeners p one-thir- return interest out at g s, '00,, lwa rHlHl " cneod relr Hsjiil nrd. the Stt rt ls hiI-tlo- Tru. sub-Jih- uiuln-Ittlitln- rail-roiu- ls y n n Kentucky is gaining steadily dairying. The most reliublc author' ities state that there are U.000 t!os .n the stnte, ench with an average capacity of 100 tons. Assuming per ton as the feed value of s lage,, the deposits in these rural banks cf the stnte amount to about $7,000,000 the State amount to about $7,000,-000- . There is room for at least four times as many mure silos as the state) 0 possesses now. If Kentucky hud silos the resources of its farmers a repreenteil by deposits in silo banks would be increased to $25,000.-00Here Is one of the rocks on which must be built Kentucky's fu ture success in dairying. A silo Is an indication of good) farming ability. The best farmers i,t (iv.iev lj,i.ntilt ne.. liLlv to lint'.. the best land, the best cows and thei best farm plan. An lllino's survey' on showed that the labor income farms with silos was $37H more than on farms without silos. Perhaps the silo swere not responsible for it nil, but figures talk. Kentucky farmers are among the most progressive in the country nnd when both their pride and their pock, et book are concerned no one can get ahead of them. Adding $20,. 000,000 to the deposit In the "fanners' banks" Is not too much of a Job. A good start can be made on It this year. Put money into the bank by banking your corn crop in silos. t' CO,-00- 0. The Htub in hi chock book mIiowh to whom lie paid his money, and he may make it .show exactly for what each sum was paid. In other words the check-hoo- k .stub is a simplified form of keeping books that is valuable to any man, and especially to the working man or farmer who possibly keeps no other form of books showing his receipts and expenditures. The man who pays cash as he goes frequently wonders what becomes of his money. Not so with thc man who pays with checks on his bank account. CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK, .Wsje. The Central Record. Lancasttti, Ky., Thursday. Aug 10 1922 were guests Thursday night of Mr. BUENA VISTA and Mrs. Mote Ray. Mr. and Mrs. flen Nsylor spent Mr. nnd Mr. John Dailey and daughters, spent Sunday with rela-liv- e Sundsy In Lexington. In Mndison county. m Mr. R. D. McMurtry made a busiMr. and Mrs. Dee Fothcrgltl and ness trip to Lexington Inst Friday. children and Mr. Hlllle Fain were Little Miss Ssrn Kansdcll, of dinner guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Shelbyvllle, is visiting Mrs. Mamie Mose Ray. Scott. ' Mr. and Mrs. Huford Smith and Mr. Stephen lon, of Cincinnati, s Mr. and Mrs. Royston Kay and son, spending a few days with friend made n recent visit with Mr. and here. Mrs. Klijah McMtlllnn. Miss Minnie llotts, of Midway, Ky., Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Moberley and Is the guest of her aunt, Mrs. D. S. grandsons, Mr. nnd Mrs. Hugh Mob- Lane. erley nnd daughter nnd Mr. Carl Come in to my office nnd give me Moberley were in Richmond Monday. the assessment of your property Messrs. Klijah McMillian, Wilbert NOW. A. T. Scott, Co. Tnx Com. and John Dailey and Raymond Davis Mrs. L. II. Ilruner will leave Tues-da- y delivered some cattle to Mr. Kirby for n visit to relatives In SouthTeater Tuesday ut 0 cents per pound. ern Indiana. Mr. and Mrs. James Morford and Mr nnd Mrs. Harmon Teater nml s family, of Jessamine, spent the week- daughter, were in Danville with end at the homes of Mr. nnd Mrs. last Sunday. Klbert Allen Teater, Mr. nnd Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ilogle, of LexTenter nnd Mr. nnd Mrs. Irvine Simp- ington are guests of Mr. John (son son. and Miss Willie (son. James nnd Charles Hamilton, of Mr nnd Mrs. Powt'll Dailey enter-tafne- d the following guests Friday: Lancaster, are with their cousins, LesRev. and Mrs. Insko nnd family, lie nnd Joel Hamilton. Hro. Maze, of Jessamine. Misses Tine-lu- e Mr. nnd Mrs. Lewis Williams and Gillcsm, Oracle Dean Teater children, of Nicholasville, spent Sunnnd Jesse McCulley. day with Mr. Lixxie Williams. Mr. nnd Mrs. It. F. Ralston and son, Mi.s Julia Loury and sister, of Wilvisitors at the Mr. Jas. A. Scott and IJIllie Scott, of more, were week-en- d Paint Lick, Mr. and Mrs. Harmon home of Mr. and Mrs. - II. Ilruner. Teater and children nnd Mi Irene Rev, A. P. Jones filled his regular Hnrden were visitors Sunday of Mr. appointment here Sunday nnd was en and Mrs. Klbert Tenter. tertained at the home of Mr. nnd Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Klijah McMillian en- Roy Williams. Mr. nnd Mrs. T. M. Scott and chiltertained at a delightful dinner Sunday, their guest being Mr. nnd Mrs. dren, were In Danville last WednesWalker llurdette and children, Mr. day to spend the day with Mrs. nnd Mrs. Robert Carter nnd family, Scott's aunt, Mrs. Jennie Ruble. nnd Prof, and Mrs. Adams. .Mrs. I.itxie Williams and grand laughter, Mary Kliznbeth Williams, Mr. and Mrs. Allen Tenter delightfully entertained Thursday, Mr. and returned Sunday from a visit to Mr, Mrs. Lester Mulfinger and daughter, nnd Mrs. Allen Williams at Wilmore. Mrs. Alonxa Shcrrow, who hai been of Paris, Mr. May, of Nicholasville. Rev. and Mrs. Insko and daughter to the Danville and lloyle County and three sons, Mr. and Ml?. Ray- Hospital for an operation, has sufTlcl ently recovered to return to her mond Davis, Misses Jessie II. and Ray, Misses Myrtle and Grace home. Dean Teater, Miss Thelma Simpson, Mrs. Alice Askins, Ml Nettle As Misses Monta and Irene Harden, and kin. .Mr. and Mrs. Don Askins and Miss Ada Mae Foster. son, were nt McCreary last Wcdnes day for a visit to Mr. and Mrs. John .For Sale Privately: Five room Askins. dwelling, very desirable, two gardens, additional building lot, good cistern, Use plenty of tint around all out excellent neighborhood. Apply, buildings. We have it in sacks and Mrs. James A. Royston, barrels. Hudion A Farnau, (8-- 3 Hill Court. 2t pd.) There is great hope for the man who frankly admits that he is a fool. He has sense enough to know It. . rels-liveI! Public Sale of BIB TYPE CHINA POLAND HOGS. Saturday, Aug. 35 at one o'clock p. m. Head of bred iowi and gilts 10 Head of open gilts 10 20 20 Boars 10, 35 (he strong How about American Fencing? Have you seen fencing we are showing? Money invested in a good fence adds greater hog-proof BRADSHAW BROS One mile on Ferryvllle pike value to your place. It saves the possibility of a damage suit for trampled corn or grain. It gives you the assurance your cattle are where they belong. Come in today and let us show you the best fence that is on the market. Our prices will please you. AMERICAN FENCE AGENCY OUR HARDWARE WEARS Phone 7701 sT DANVILLE, KY. Classified Ctliimn RATES i Single insertions 1c a word No ad taken for leu than 20c in this column. No ads in this column charged. Seven insertions for the price of five. Phone orders must bs paid promptly. 8 the J All great men make mistakes. Only fool Is Infallible. H 1 WALKER BROS. iHWMMwWHMWiTiWMWi WOLF TRAIL Mr. and Mrs. Clarence McCulley guests of and son, were week-en- d It mav bo true thst a fool is born every minute, but they certainly don't die at the same rate. Agent Wanted Men or women. unne'essary), whirl(Experience Hand-mad- e wind seller. Omkha "RECORD-IIRUSH.Something new. " Agents delight, quick stcs and large profits. Write quick, or save time and wnd 2G cent silver cr stamp fur sample and wholesale prices. Adn Service, Box dress Martins 116, Harney Station, Omaha, Neb. Aye-Wo- Mijj Irene Harding i. with Mrs. Allen Tester. Mr. V. T. Moberlcy has purchased a new Ford touring car. Mr. and Mr. Clyde Simpson pent with her parents. the week-en- d relative. Mr. Fred Howard and son spent Saturday with Mr. nnd Mrs. W. T. Moberley. Mr. and Mrs James Land entertained n host of friends to dinner Airedale Puppies 439, for sale. Hox Saturday. Wilbert Dailey bought two ewes Mr. Scott and daughter, of Paint James Simpson for $12.00. from Lick, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Harvc McCulley visiElbert Tcater. ted hi father, near Wilmore, recentMr. Itobcrt Clark, of Madison, were ly. Mis Annie Mac Whlttakcr spent a with Mr. and Mr. Carl Moberley few day last week with Miss Jessie part of last week. D. Ray. Rev. and Mrs. Insko and family, Uncsster. Ky e. (7-2- Split tobscco sticks for sale at See or call U .M. UurgeiM, Paint Lick, Ky. 7 3t.) Carload of old mixed Harrodsburg Ice and WANTED : country rags. Produce Co. FOR SALE Truck in good For sale at a bargain on easy term, 9 acres of land on the Lexington pike, five miles from Lancaster at Marks-bur- y in grass ready for the plow. Well watered and a beautiful home site. Close to post otTicc, general store, school and churches. On the best pike In the county and the very (tf) FOR SALE: Home Loose Leaf Tobacco W'h'se 60. Incorporated RICHMOND, KY., AUGUST 7th., 1922. IN TO THE INDEPENDENT TOBACCO GROWER: The sale of the 1922 crop of tobacco is drawing near and it is our pleasure again to be able to sell the tobacco for the independent growers ns we promised last season, and as advertised we will be open to receive your tobacco the first of December with our Opening sale on December 4th, 1922. We believe that you know that the Pool Association has not Hold all of their last season's tobacco, also that they borrowed money on their unsold tobacco to make their members a second payment and up to the present time the third payment is unpaid. Do you also know that the present indications are that this year's yield will be twice as large as last in pounds and with what the Pool now has on hand, what is to become of all this year's production. You also know that the Association has a paid man to stay in this county soliciting new contracts. Why do they seek new contracts in Madison county when they claimed 75 per cent of the pounds last season, and 90 percent now. Whose money pays all of these solicitors? It is rumored that these solicitors are telling you Independent growers who do not care to join that you will have no place to sell your tobacco this year. We want to state again that the Home House will positively be opened to sell this year's crop for those who do not join the Pool, no matter how small your load. We pay you cash the day it is sold, putting money in your pockets to finance you in your future crops instead of having to wait several months with only a hope of getting a portion. We want to thank all of you who sold with us last year and take this means of soliciting your crops the coming season. Already we have practically 50 per cent more pounds promised us for sale the coming season than last and as heretofore, we will have competent men to handle your crops seeing to it that every pound brings the highest dollar. Pay no attention to the propaganda that we will not be open, but on the contrary go ahead with your housing and be ready with a load for us on the big Opening Sale December 4th. Trusting that you will have a good crop and that we will be able to secure for you even better price, we remain, Your friends, the aforesaid bankrupt for discharge, filed on the 'J 1st. day of April, A. D., 1922, it is ordered by the court that n henring be had upon the same on the 20th. day of August. A. I)., 1022, before said court at Covington, Ky., in Mild district at ten o'clock, in the fore noon, or ns near thereto as and that notice thereof be published one time in The Central Record, n newspaper printed in said district, and nil known creditors and other persons in interest may appear nt said time and place and show caue If any they have, why the prayer of said petitioner should not be granted. WITNESS the Honorable A. M. J. Cochran, Judge of said Court, and the seal thereof, at Richmond, In said district on the 28th. day of July. A. D., 1922. J. W. MEN7.1ES, Clerk. Ily Pnralee White, I). C. prac-ticabl- e, One Roan, 10 months old, one Red, BANK-RUPTCHoward King, 7 months old, hornless, one Red and UryanUville. Ky. White, li months old. Then' calves (8- - 3 3D must be pern to know tbelr quality. In the matter of W. II. Wurdlow, NOTICE Uox and Pie Supper at Call or write O. K. Simpson, n Bankrupt. Harmon's Lick School House Satur pd.) Lancaster, Ky.. R. 3. On this 28th. day of July, A. !.. day evening, Aug. 19th. Everybody 1922, on considering the petition of come. (S.10-2t- . pd) 44 good stock ewe. Ulds will be received by the under, Nothing over 5 years old. Phone or signed committee, unul August 15th, V. A. Lear & Company. nee 1922, for the construction of IV, miles of turnpike, from the gate of Come in to my olficc nnd give me. J. C. Ilallard to the White Lick pike, the assessment of your property in Cnrrard County Specifications can be obtained A. T. Scott, Co. Tnx Com. and requirements NOW. from Jno. Davis, at Paint Lick. (8.10 7t.) Andy Davis, Committee" Straved To my place about July Jno. Davis 1st., shont weighing about 25 pounds. J. C. Ilallard Owner can hnve same by paying for It.) keeping nnd this advertisement. S. L- - Rich. (8-- 3 3t) FOR SALE (H-I- 0 2t.-pd- .) (7-2- 0 THE DISTRICT COURT OF Will trade for i.l) THE UNITED STATES FOR SAl.K: Knit THE EASTERN DISTRICT good ewe. Ju.t OF KENTUCKY, IN direction. t. best of neighborhoods. If you want a small well located OR TRADE: Ford farm at the right price go look it over condition, and call or write Joe S. Haselden, C. C. Walker. Crab Orchard to see S. G. Haelden, One good milk cow. Lancaster. a rood horse. Sale-Sh- ort Smiley Walker. For Horn One hundred extra dipped under U. S. Bull Calves Bids Wanted Farm Loans IN THE DISTRICT OF THE UNITED STATES FOR EASTERN DISTRICT OF KENTUCKY IN BANKRUPTCY In the matter of Odus Nnylor, Bankrupt in Bankruptcy. To the Creditors of this Bankrupt: Notice l. hereby given that on Aug. 4th, 1022, the said bankrupt, of I.oncnter, (inrrnnl County, KenBanktucky, was duly adjusted rupt, and that the first meeting of his creditors will be held at the Court House In tancaster, Kentucky, on Aug. 19th., 1022 at 2 I'. M. nt which time the Creditors may attend, claims, appoint a their prove Trustee, examine the Uankrupt, nnd transact such other business as may properly come before said meeting. Danville, Ky., Aug. 7, 1922. NELSON D. RODKS, Referee In Uankruptcy. NOTE Creditor cannot partlci-pat- e in the management of the estate of the distribution of assets until they prove their claims on form required by the Dsnkruptcy Act, and file same with the Referee. HOME TOBACCO WAREHOUSE INCORPORATED Bsl SSSSI CO. to- PS. Last reports from the Southern markets are that the Independent bacco Is bringing from 20 to G5 cents per pound. Sounds good to us. mm " sssss Made by Louisville Joint Stock Notice: Urine me your corn, barley or any other feed you want crushed. Land Hank, organised and operating under the provisions of the Federal Prompt service. Prices right. Loan Act In amounts from Harry P. hdwanis, Marecllus, Ky. $2,500.00 to $35,000.00. piL) On improved farm lands. Interest rate, Stock" ewes, one, C per FOR SALE: cent. Terms 33 years. Pay two, three and four years old. Any ments on amortisation plan. No com number. Phone 53 or 12. mission to pay. W. S. Carrier anil P. T, Hrown. For full information address or (8 .1 7t. pd.) fall on Tomlinson & Hays, Atty's. For Sale or Rent Four room house with four ucre in grass, near Paint Lick High School. Call or School Notice write II. Holllngsworth, Paint Lick. All those who desire to enter the (It. pd) Lancaster Graded School which be. WANTED To sell or trade my gins Sept. 4, 1922, living outside of home place, known as the Pattie Gill the district, nnd those under the age on Lexington pike, containing home of six or over the age of eighteen, four acres of land. Will trade for whether living in the district or not, small farm in Cur rani county. Chappie, must pay tuition for whole nine Thomas 0 months in advance. Paul II. Boyd, Supt. FOR SALE: Some nice spotted (8-- 4t.) Poland China Hours, also u few Gilts. S. C. Henderson, Prices reasonable. Puint Lick Exchange, ICG, We positively will not permit fox Paint Lick, Ky. hunting or hunting of any character 0 fit pd) trespassing on our farms. Any My residence on or FOR SALE: violators will be prosecuted. Imstreet. Possession Lexington J. mediatelyReason for selling, leav- Price,8. Schooler, Edgar Price, W. A. Joe.Criselllls, T. J. Price, IL C. II. Turner. ing city. L. Klkin, II. M. Lear, It. L. Barker R. F. Parson, Marlnda Longiworth, Oliver Riding and Walking Plows J, P. Bland, Askins and Moberley, and Cultipackers and Harrows, Mogul J. J. Sebastian, W. A,. Moberley, Davis Wagon cheap. Mailable Range, $B5; Forest Calico, Sutton and other Ranges $25 to $55. Dog Mux-tie- s Hughes Ilros., M. II. Turner. (Other names will be added upon 25 and 30cts. Screen doors and J, It, Mount Co. the payment of 25 cents) windows at cost. (tf.) Lancaster Graded (8-1- 2t.-pd- .) 3 Hunters Beware (7-2-