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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): August 17, 1922 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1922 cen1922081701_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 17, 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 VIAR LANCASTER. KY.t THURSDAY AFTERNOON. AUGUST 17. 1922. GREAT FAIR Stanford lm NUMBER 19. Paint Lick Again Mercer County Lad TEACHERS Victorious MEETING Their Victim BIG FOUR JACKIE COOGAN In "Peck's Und Hoy" Tonight "Peck's Bad Hoy" staring Jackie Coogan, the six year old screen actor, will hold the bonrds at Roman'. Opera House tonight. It is the first picture that Jackie has done since Charlie discovered him and procured "The Kid." Ills work in that feature appealed to Irving Lesser as especially fitting him for the title role In "Peck's Had Hoy." nnd, after making arrangements with Warner Brothers, the continuity was prepared especially for Jackie nnd the picture produced. Critics in New York, where "Peck's Had Hoy" was recently given its inl-tpresentation, have described the production at nn epic of boyhood days. The picture is released by Associated First National. In producing "Peck's Ba. Boy" Mr., Letter took every .step poulble to enhance the quality of the film. The supporting catt given Jackie Coogan Is exceptionally strong, nnd the direction nnd settings have been highly commended. After the actu al filming was completed Mr. Lester procured the services of Irvin S. Cobb, the well known humorist, to write the subtitles, and the complete result has been accepted by the New York newspaper critics at one of the bett comedies that has reached the screen in years. Among those who will be seen In the cast with Jackie are Doris May, Wheeler Oakman, James Corrlgan, Lillian Lelghton, Raymond Hatton, Charles Hatton and Baby Gloria al Held in Superintendent's OlTtcc Best Ever Given In Lincoln Of L. TRAINMEN & N. HOSPITAL FOR LANCASTER Garrard County Could Support One Weil Mnnager Jnt. H. Ralston and hi Lust Saturday bate ball warrior Invaded the camp held sacred by the HarroJburg nine Superintendent Abner' office wos nnd carried away the honors by de- taxed to Its capacity latt Saturday, feating them to the tune of four to when the teacher of Garrard county two, latt Friday, The llarrodsburg met there for the purp&se of an aggregation started off rough, maknmong themsehws. The ing their two and only runs in the feeling anil expreins amang thexe first Inning, but when the duit had preterit, wat that the Mm and eme cleared away and the score count d when profestions must organize, at the end of the fourth inning it Thi wai the central thought at thl was found that the. Paint Lick war- meeting lat Snturdny ami an or rior had placed four of their nine ganizatlon was affected. around the ba.es for four points, This organization, which will prob leading their oponent by two points ably be known ai the "Garrard Ceun. and held the lead never allowing the ty Teacher Association," will be Mercer county boys to crots the branch of the Kentucky Educational plate for the rest of the gsme. Association. J. Lackey, the star twirler of the The following officers were elecPaint Lick boys had the Harrods-bur- g ted: I'rei., Mli Adams, Principal at lads at h.t mercy throughout lluena Vista; Vice Pre., Mr. II. V. the contest, and they were never able Pence .Pr.ncipal at Buckeye and Sec to hit him. Patrick, one of Mgr. Mr. Seudder Abney, Rat ton's good catchers, held jckey Principal at Nina. A program com and kept him pitching wonder ball mittee committing of Mr. Kerney Ad throughout the game. Rogers on am, Jilt AlUrtUge, JilSS UUiIikTlT first, Uvri on second, Center on am Tudor waj appointed. This short ami J. It. Lackey on thin), gave committee each month will have a .I .. ' .1 I.I II I... I. me program, which will be I. acttey ail .L nacKiii); win nc iirru- - worth-whil- e vd and easily picked up all of the inspirational and beneficial to th halts that Harrodsburg managed to teaching force of Garrard county. bunt to them, while llenttey, Duerson and Tribble were cunttantly calling on the Harrodsburg nine to Jet them have a ball In the Held to show to the As Machine II, 000 rnthusiaitic fans that they too Wheels could play bate ball, however, the clever managing of Haltton, by havFlemingsburg, Ky., Aug. 10th. s, ing Lackey on the mound for hi Mrs. Thomas R. Hudson and daugh forbid them the privilege of ter, Miss Barbara lludton, of Crains, working out his fielder. this county, were thrown from their Paint Lick has one of the bett buggy this morning on the public teams that can be found in Central square when turning Main Cro Kentucky and are pla)ing wonderful street Into Water street. They were bate ball and are to be highly con Struck by an automobile coming front gratulated on the class 'if ball that the tame direction behind the buggy. Paint Lick has won from Harrods The car was headed up the court burg. A rather amusing story in the house hill. Harmdtburg paper last week that The automobile belonged to and they could not play ball In a calf lot, was occupied by Abel N. Hewitt, at Paint Lick, but it looks to u that negro preacher at Sherburne, this they cannot play In the ball ring at county, and was driven by n negro Harrodtburg. It seems to us that bey. The car wai golnt too fan to Paint Lick and Harrodtburg are In stop when the buggy turned to the two dilTcrrnt classes especially when left in front of it. It comes to bate ball. One wheel of the buggy was brok frightened, en. The women were but were not injured. The negro g preacher paid for the repairs. cor.; Lexington Herald. Cats Out Paper in Central Record Mrs. Hudson is the mother of Rev. Four Section. Which it a Real Harry Hudson, of this city, and Miss Ilarbara has frequently visited here Booster and their many friends were glad to know that they escaped with no (Wllmore Enterprite) The Farm Hureau Kdltlon of the Central Record of Lancaster, last More week, was a splendid evidence of the AssociaThe Hurley progress and boosting spirit of that wide awake County beat ns well at a tion has had signal success in this fine example of newspaper enter county during the past week, in getting many new signers to the assoprise. Four sections comprising 32 pages ciation. Something like forty addiwere filled with Interesting and In tional contracts have been turned in atructivc article. The ndvertite- - within the past week. Among them nientt, with which the paper was are tome of the most prominent tobountifully strewn, showed the spirit bacco grower in Garrard county. A feu whoie names were secured of a wide awake town that knows the value of publicity in business and this week are: Hugh Kurtz, Talton seized this good opportunity to ex Mny, Raymond Davis, S, N. Davis, s Tom Wells. Theo Currey, W. D. press it in a unaminous way. and Claude Curtis. These are Altogether it was an effort which the management headed by genial all prominent growers and with their Hob Klkln can well be proud of and influence will add materially to the the Wilmore Enterprise sends Its con. organization in this county. grotulatlons to the Central Record. reUry-Treajurer, ' Record Crowd. The flpnlng and doting of - the Stanford Pair latt week marked high rcconl for success over any previous undertaking of this character ever given by the goed people of L.nceln county. From an exhibition standpoint, it was a success In every particular. Many horsm of some of the foremost exhibitors in the State were on hand. The cattle exhibit was the best ever seen and created much interest and admiration. The exhibition of hegt, numbering two hundred or more, was up to the high mark, both in point of numbers and quality a well. The sheep exhibit was worthy and did credit to either Lexington or Louisville. The crowd that rushed the gate each day mutt have been n source of great satitfaction to those Legion boys, who had the exhibition in charge, and under whoe management the success of the fair is due all cred it. Kach official teemed to hnve been n committee of one to see that a were given n gli.il hand and a warm nnd hearty welcome. The concet sions were many, clean and varied, and all of them were patronized lib erally. Kvcrybody had a good time and everybody was happy. The luncheon furnished by the "War Mothers" was as good as the best ever seen nt any county fair and the service was nil that a hungry pub nsk. We understand that the association will about pay for the improvements, erectetl on the beautiful grounds. from this year' exhibition, which In- I QinT Work nt Mondny Isolated Cor-bi- n Cnal Fields Thrown From Carriage Strikes Twelve hundred trainmen, members of the Rig Four brotherhood, employed on the Cumberland Division of the Louisville and Nathvllle railroad, left their trains nt Corbin lat Monday morning. This ties up the great Hnrlnn and Hell county coal districts. The wnlkout was orderly. The wnlkout was voted because the trainmen claimed armed guards nt the Louisville and Nashville shop. there were endangering their lives. They also claimed that they were being required to operate defective equipment In violation of the'Inw and thus endangering their lives. Trnlnmen who walked out Mondny morning declared that their action was not a strike. They said they simply had refused to work until were made safe. Co. I Field. Isolated The strike of the trainmen on this division virtually cuts off from the outside world, about 100,000 people in Southeastern Kentucky. Of these approximately 70,000 are in the great coal field of Harlan nnd Hell counties with a capacity output of ap proximately 1,000 carloads of coal a con-dftio- We have an opportunity of securing n hospital for Laneaster and Garrard eounty and all should be interested in this good work, for If there was any one thing needed here at this time, it is n hoip;tnl. Garrard county could well support one, when one thinks of the many, mnny cases that are being sent to other hospitals from the town nnd county, every week and some t.mes dally. If n suitable lot could be secured for n hospital in Lancaster, we are convinced that the remainder of the money neecssary for the erection of the building could be secured. It would be a philanthropic deed to have such a lot donated by some of our moneyed men who are Interested in the town and community. Lewi Y. Leaved wai a great benefactor for the education of our children and left n liberal sum, the interest on which pay the bonds and intcrett on the Indebtedness of our High School. day. war-rior- c could sures the continuation of the Stan ford Fair for several years at lent. Garrard county sent n good delcga tion each day and all are loud in their praise of the treatment given them and will be glad to know that it will be repeated, as the grounds have been leased for a term of five year. Garrard Exhibitors Take Their Share of Premiums at Stanford Garrard county exhibitors fared well at the Stanford Fuir last week. many of them capturing practically nil premiums in the class exhibited. The Dixie Stock Farm made prac tically a clean sweep in the Poland China hog class, winning first, on best boar one year old; first on boar un der one year; first and vecond on best sow, une year old und over; first on senior gilt; second on junior gilt; first on champion sow; first on champion boar; and first oniest herd own-e- d by one firm. In the Hampshire class the Beech- wood Slock Farms cleaned up on ev erything in this class, winning first on boar under one year; first on sow one year and over; first and second on senior gilt; first on junior gilt; first on champion sow; first on cham pion boar; and first on best herd. The plantation saddle ring attract ed mnny entries, but Gnrrard county carried off the honors, Robert J. Wnlker winning two first nnd Tom Cotton winning two seconds. The Cumberland Valley division Is the division that Henry Ford, thru his Detroit, Toledo nnd (ronton rail road recently sought to have the Louisville ami Nashville agree to allow him to aid in operating. It is this division that serves the great United States Coal nnd Coke Company operation at Lynch where the largest coal tipple in the world is located; the banner Fork mines owned by Ford nnd approximately 175 other mines both large and small. The cities and town cut off entire. ly from train service with the outside world include Middlesboro, Pincville, Harlan, Lynch. It.irboursville and Manchester. Wood. Double Birthday Celebration On Baptist Church News The members of the Junior Union wish to thank nil who contributed in any way to the success of their social held at the home of Squire Sanders Fine Addition Flem-ingtbur- y. Join Association Par-son- Thank You, Keen. F.ditor Keen Johnson, of the Anderson News, one of the best papers among our exchanges, is kind enough to ay. page special edi"The thirty-tw- o tion published last week by the tan-rastCentral Record is n splendid example of newspaper enterprite and Just such piece of newspaper work we would expect from the experienced hand of Colonel Hob Klkin." Apple and Corn Mash er Destroyed by Sheriff and Deputies l.mt Saturday Sheriff Robtnton, accompanied by Deputy Allen Morris and Sheriff Dethernge, nnd revenue agent, Markham, destroyed about two hundred gallons of mash, near Drip ping Springs on Harmon's Lick. The still was not found, evidently having not been put up, but preparations hud been made for a big run. The mash consisted of apples nnd corn. No arrests were mnde. Jumbo Apples Wils Rogers Huge Tomato Sells Fine Horse Sam Sutotn is the champion apple N. Wils Roger formerly of Paint' Lick, but now of Richmond, sold onul raiser of Garrard, if size is a con-jrslatt Monday to W.T tiderntlon. He brought to this office of his nice C. Patterson & Co., of New York four Jumbo npples that weigh that City, for $2,500. The hone Is a mnny poundi und are on exhibition chestnut gelding by Rex Peavine now in our window. If anyone can and out of a Verdict mare. Roger beat them Just trot them in. llllliu Raney has taken the rag off purchased the horse last April and his son, Wilson, developed him to the bush, by bringing In a tomato hi present high condition. Robert that weighs 18 ounces. It's about Shropshire wlil prepare the horse for the size of a sofa pillow, beautiful in symmetry and pleating to look upthe State Fair next month. Sell Cattle on. D. M. Anderson sold 10 head of The regular meeting of the Chamfor immediate 1,100 pound cattle ber of Commerce will be held at IU shipment for $7.00 a hundred. Chamber of Commerce last Saturday night. Quite a number were In attendance and n nice sum of money was added to the Junior treasury. The Sunday School hour has been changed to 0:16 and scholars nnd teachers are urged to come prompt ly nt that hour. The attendance last Sunday was fine, but we want it to grow. Our Association meets ut Hurgin next Tuesday. The delegates have been appointed from the Lancaster church and are urged to attend. The prayer meetings for the bnl- nnce of the month will be along re vival lines In preparation for the coming meetings next month. Let every member plan to come. Preaching by the pastor at 11 A. M. next Sunday. Subject "Victory over Temptation." The evening ser vice will be held in the Christian church nt 7:15. The Junior meeting lust Sunday Fine Hog wn well nttended nnd a good proM. I). Long and son have just re gram given. Come next Sunday eve- ceived a handsome Poland China ning nt 6:15. boar. He is one of the famous Clans Sign Man to Leave man strain. They also huve a nice herd of young sows of the Giantess Mr. William L. Frederick, of the strain from the blood lines of such Frederick Slirn Comnanv. who has noted sires as Dithers Giant, Bon- - painted to many artistic signs in und Hon Giant nnd King Pilot, which around Lancaster, is to leave for will be mated to this new herd boar. Louisville September 1st., nnd those He wait sired by Liberator, the desirini; work in his line should see King of Sires. His Dam is Udy He wishes to thank him at once. one of the world's best sow thnte for the libend natronniru eiven und comes from the famous herd of him during the past two months nnd I. II. Glover, Kansas City, Mo. trusts his work us been satisfactory. Mr. Frederick has made mnnv friends in Lancaster, bv his ireninl. affable and courteous treatment and Don't forget the farm sale of W, T. Kings In Paint Lick next Satur- all wish for him much success in his day. It contains '8 Mi acre of sand- new fields of labor. stone soil nnd Is a money maker. It will sell and some one will get a bargain. Don't thut sound good? Well, we're going to have one next year Receipt sure, that's settled. A committee from the Chamber of Commerce is (Mrs. Rebecca West) working on a suitable site and it will Pick grapes, wash, then boll un report nt the meeting Friday night. til most of seed come out. Then If you are interested attend the place In sack and strain. To every meeting. quart of juico add one large tea-cuThere will be a Pie Supper at Syca. of sugar. Put back on stove, boil and skim. Pour In Jar or bottle more School House Saturday night, Aug, 10th. Kvery body invited. while hot and teal. n, Farm Sale Lancaster Fair Wedncsdny morning, August 9th., friends and relatives gathered at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Tuttle, on the Buckeye road. The enjoynble occasion being the 3Gth. birthday of Mr. Henry' Tuttle and the 24th. birthday of Mrs. Roy Prather. As the dinner was unknown to Mr. Tuttle, when he came from hi work Seriously W at noon, he was "sure enough" surprised to find such a crowd at his Jim Naylor Shoott Bill Adamt Last home. Saturday The bountiful and elaborate dinner that was served was simply deClaiming that he had winked at hit licious in every detail. The table was a vision of beauty, having for sitter, James D. Naylor, n veteran its center piece the beautiful birth of the World war, shot nnd dangerlatt day cakes, with the tiny pink nnd ously wounded William Adam white candles. Pink and white be Saturday afternoon, at the home of ing the color scheme throughout the Naylor, In the Duncantown section dinner. All present did ample jut of Lancaster. Only one shot was tice to the magnificient featt. Thote fired, which entered the back of Adthe bowels who attended this delightful affair ams, uatslng through were, Mr. and Mrs. George Brown, and lodging just under the skin on Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Walker, Mr. and the opposite side. Harrison Adams, brother of the Mrs. James Yantis, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Prather and children, Mr. and Mrs. wounded man, claims to have seen Tom Turner nnd little daughter, the trouble, which came up, he says, Permelia, Mr. and Mrs. Simon Tank-ersle- y by Naylor accusing Adams of winking nnd baby, Mr. nnd Mrs. A. M. at his (Naylor') sitter. Adams deMerida and family, Mr. Joe Turner nied this and the lie was, passed back and children, Mesdamcs Jake Foley and forth several times, when Naylor nnd Charlie Tuttle and Sallle Sams, ran into the house procured n pistol Misses Lucy Turner, Mollie nnd Ethel and fired nt Adamt at the latter was Barnes, KHen Carrier and Fannie leaving for his home near by. Thil Meridn, Messrs. Tom Lewis and Crit testimony wns brought out nt Nay-tor- 's examining trial Monday afterBarnes, Lawrence Reynolds und Crit noon, before Judge Treadwny. NayTurner. A n late hour in the afternoon all departed for their homes, af- lor was held under bond nnd is now ter wishing "many more happy re- In jail. Adams, It Is now believed will returns of the day" for Mr. Tuttle and cover. An operation by Dr. Virgil Mrs. Prather. Kinnaird, assisted by Drs. Kinnaird and Klllott, disclosed the fact that Live the bowels had been perforated eight Cincinnati, Aug. 10th. Hogs times, but Adams stood the operation Receipts, 4,000; slow, 15 (? 25c low. well and Indications point to un imer; heavies $8.60 $ $9.50; packer mediate recovery- nnd butchers $9.50 $9.85; medium $9.85 & $10.00; stags il.00 $5.25, Bye-By- e Pool Rooms heavy fat sows $5.50 Qp $0.75; light shippers $10.00 pigs 110 pounds and Shows less, $7.00 $9.00. The city council took n crack at Cattli Receipts 500; slow; good pool rooms and tent shows at Its and choice steady; common dull and meeting last night and it in safe to weak; steers, good to choice $8.00 say that Stanford will have few tf $8.50; fair to good $0.00 $8.00; any of such after the present poo! common to fair $1.00 dp $0.00; heiftables license expire. The license ers, good to choice $8.00 fi $9.00; on pool tables was increated from $50 fuir to good $0.00 Q? $8.00: common ot $200 on the finrt table and $100 to fair $4.00 $0.00; cows, good to on each additional table. Tent shows choice $5.00 $0.00; fair to good will hereafter pay $100 per day In $3.50 t! $5.00; cutters $2.50 $3. stead of $25. This includes, of Calves strong; good to choice $11.50 course, circuses, and our people will Cii $12.00; fuir to good $9.00 havo to seek greener fields to witness $11.50; common and large $5.00 them or go withoqt. Stanford Jeur-na- l, Thoutands of dollars are spent by our citizens every year for treatment in hospitals in other towns and this money could just at well bo kept at home, with Just ns good result. Throughout the country many, many wealthy citizens are donating large turns for hospitals nnd many bequests are made to support charitable Institution!. No better or more worthy monument could be erected, than a hospital right here In Lancaster. Hundreds nnd hundreds of the hospitals throughout the county are named after some Individual who left a legacy for such an institution. Let's all talk and discuss this movement, and keep striving until Lan caster and Garrard county has a hospital of Its own. The columns of the Record are open to anyone for suggestions along this line. Let's hear from some one.' ounded Stock Markets And Tent $8.50. Grape Juice p Sheep Receipt 2,000; steady; good to choice $4.00 3 $0.50; fair to good $3.00 Q $1.00; common Judge Treadway fined Tiller Gul-la$1.00 & $2.00; buck $1.00 & $3. In hi court latt Saturday, $10 nibs strong and higher; good to choice $13.00 5 $13.50; fair to good and costs for breach of the peace, he $9.50 6p $13.00; seconds $8.00 & having been charged with throwing rock into a buggy occupied by a $9.00; common $3.00 $5.00. Peace Disturbers m Ii LOST: A bunch of four key. Return to this office and receive WANTKD: Plain and fancy sew- rooms tomorrow, (Friday) night, at Ing. Mrs. Harold Scott. (lt.pd.) 7:30 o'clock. Kvery member Is urgDlckorton's Kanawha Salt In sacks ed to be present, at business of InHudson A Farnau. ail barrels. terest to all will be discussed. Ballard. Pura Whsat Bran, lard. Kentucky Farm Feed for Bal hogs, LOST: Section of small watch chain. About six Inches long. Re. ward if left at Record office. (8.17, St.) young man and lady. Hurrison Hurt and Ray Moore, charged with the same offense, were acquitted. The warrant were sworn out by Mist Kmma Simpson. IS per cent Acid Phosphate for the bett and cheapest. Mlied Feed, Ballard. Obelisk Flour Is sure and Horte and Mule Feed, and Dairy corn and wheat land. healthful. Try a sack today. Hudtea k Faraau. Feed. Hudtea A Faraau. Hudsaa A Faraau, The Central Record. Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Aug 17, 1922 the Hon. Geoffrey Morgan, Secretary of the State Federation of Farm Hureau, sprak on this organisation. Mr. Morgan Is a very interesting and entertaining speaker nnd those who heard him considered thenuelves vory fortunate, indeed. The drouth In this community Is considered by many of the farmers to be one of the worst we have had in quite a long time. Stock wnter is getting very scarce ami many arc compelled to haul it. Tobacco is dr)'ing up in the field and while corn is maturing, n rain would nelp it to some extent. The pastures are nl most dead. Local showers have been confined to a few precincts but hav not been enough to benefit the crops. However, we were not fortunate enough to receive one. Huge Herd of Seals Headed for Islands Seen on Their Way North to Ureed And Weather Prediction urn Mad Led by monster bull, n herd of sev rrnl thouinnd seal from Ano N'uevo. Islands, off the California coait, pars ed Cape Flattery last week nn their ELECTRICITY PUTS THE FINISHING TOUCH TO A HOME SEE BY IT. BY The .Best Pay Best The READ BY IT. IRON BY IT. COOK BY IT. HEAT WASH BY IT. There is no end to the ute to which you can put electricity when it it installed in your home. If your home is not wired for electricity let us do it for you now. The coat is less than you miitht imnginc. The benefits arc greater than you could conceive unless you, have used electricity before. A personal interview with us will give you nil of the details. annual pilgrimage to I'rlbllof Islands, Rearing Sen, where the pups will be born. ARSENATE USED TO KILL WORMS Lead Solution More K licet Iv BASTIN BEOS. BRYANTSVILLE Latest Happenings From Mr. J. L. Watkins, of Lexington, was here Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Cunningham were in Lexington this week. Miss Ethel Wyllc has not been feeling so well for the last few clays. Miss Elisabeth Droglc has been the guests of relatives in Nicholasville. Mrs. J. M. Edwards was the guest of relatives at Nicholasville last week, Mr. Floyd Swope, of Cleveland, Ohio, was the guest of friends here cently. Mr. and Mrs. Homer Jennings, of and Miss Dora Ilngan, of Lan- caster. have been visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Arnold. Mrs. Ilelle Tomlinton and Miss Margaret Robinion hnve returned home after on extended visit in Lex 111., Thnn I'aris Green, Many Blue Grass Tobacco Grow Believe Advantage Are Outlined Marked changes in the method o controlling tobacco hornworms may be brought about in the burley sec tion of Kentucky as a reiult of ex neriments which have been conducted along this line during the last few months by leaf growers In this see' tion of the state who with the College of Agriculture ex tension division and the United State Department of Agriculture, In th opinion of County Agent W. It. Gab' bert. Results obtained in the -- 0 expert ments indicate that it may be profit able for growers to change from the uie of paris green and adopt dry powdered arsenate o lead as a control for the insect pests d NEWS Capitol Garrard's West End ington and Versailles. Mrs. II. C. Rose was hott nt a noon. day dinner Monday, honoring Mrs. W. T. Woolfolk anil Miss Marguerite Woolfolk, of Lexington. Monday. The Rryantsville ball team played Miss lone Campbell we,nt to Rich- the Point Leavell team nt Paint Lick Rryantsville mond Saturday for a week's visit to Saturday afternoon. winning by a score of G to S. relatives. Messrs. C. M. Dean and II. C. Ruble Mr. R. K. Swope, of Minnesota, arrived here Sunday for a several were in Cincinnati several days recently on business. They having days stay. CnpU Joe Kennedy, of Frankfort, hipped a carload of cattle and hogs. The "Silver Tea" will be at the was the guest Friday of Mr. and Mrs. home of Mrs. C. C. Decker, next Wed. M. 0. Kennedy. Dr. R. A. Dawes returned home nesday afternoon, Aug. 23rd., at 3 Tuesday after spending a two week's o clock, r.veryone is cordially in vitcd to attend. vacation in Louisville. Mrs. W. T. Woolfolk and daugh Rev. A. I'. Jones, of Wilmore, spent ter. Miss Margueritu Woolfolk, of week-enthe with Mrs. W. J. Hogan Lexington, spent the week-en- d with and Mrs. E. II. Rnllard. Mr. and Mrs. J. Hogun' llallard. Mr. nnd Mrs. R. M. Arnold and Miss Woolfolk remained for a longer family, of Danville, were guests of stay. Mrs. W. II. Swope Sunday. , Among those from here who atMr. J. W. Gulley, Mr. nnd Mrs tended the Stanford Fair last Friday Robert Gulley and Mrs. E. II. Bajlard were: Mr. nnd Mrs. R. I. Drowu, Mr. spem inursuay in L.exingion. and Mrs. J. Ilognn llallard and guest. Mr. and Mrs. M. 0. Kennedy were Miss Virginia Frisler, of Cleveland, dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ebb Ohio, Mils Mayme Uallard, Messrs. R. Dickerson at Lancaster Sunday. - Uurton nnd W. D. Cunnjngham. Miss Anna Lee Swope, who had Mr. La ml ram Rurdetto had the misthe misfortune to full nn I break her fortune Friday to get his arm broken, arm so badly, is now able to be outH while trying to "crank" his Ford car. Mrs. II. C. Rose nnd Master James He is the genial manager of the Bry- Lear Rose were in Frankfort last antsvillo Telephone Co. and it Is an week, the guests of Mrs. II. V. Ras-ti- noying him greatly not to be able to have the use of his right arm, not to Mr. S. II. Halcomb and niece, Mrs. mention the suffering it has caused. Fitzpatrick, of Paris, were the guests Quite a few of the farmers were of Mrs. Rhoda Wylie and family re here last Tuesday afternoon to hear d In. he said, Fifty per cent of the growers on whoe farms the experiments were ATTENTION I 1 FORD OWNERS. I LOOK AT THESE PRICES We Have Other Makes 30x3. . $6.50 $7.50 i CHAIN TREAD, UNITED STATES 30x3A Just as Cheap OLDFIELD TIRES 30x3 A $9.45 GOOD RICH 30x3A 30x3 ..$11.70 $10.75 $12.00 A 30x3.. .$8:75- 30x3A FIRESTONE CORD RED TOP FISK 30x3 30x3 $12.00 $15.00 Get yours while getting is good. i Becker & Ballard I BRYANTSVILLE, KENTUCKY. conducted have turned from the use of paris grren and adopted the dry arsenate as a control for the insect pests, while more farmers are ex pected to adopt the latter practice next year as soon as their supply of paris green is exhausted. Joseph Milam, special field agent In ento mology from the United States De. partment of Agriculture who was in charge of the experiments, said before leaving for his station in Clnrks- ville, Tenn., at the close of the work. Sat of Gun tncreate McROBERTS DRUG STORE An increased sale of guns for ap plying te nrsenate, together with an increased use of the material, has resulted since the experiments were In Stock Drive started, Mr. Milam added. One local dealer has disposed of eight guns Kentucky li continuing to make while another dealer who never hail steady progress in the "lletter Sires the dry arsenate in stock before has Hotter Stock" campaign being con sold more than 800 pounds of it as a lucted throughout the country by the result of the experiments United States lie partment of Agri For lomo time, the use of paris culture ill with the vnrl grevn has been "advocated as the ous itate agricultural colleges, ac most reliable control for the horn cording to a progress report wh.ch worms, which annually give tobacco ha jutt been received by T. It. Ilry growers considerable trouble. Data ant, assistant director of extension in the experiment, however, obtained work at the College of Agriculture, indicate that better results are ob The state now stands fifth among nil tained through the use of the dry those in the Union n the number of arsenate. farmers who have been enrolled in Some of the more important advan the drive against scrub breeding anitages to be gained through the uie mals, being preceded by Ohio, Vir of the powdered arsenate were outginia, Nebraska and Vahington. lined by Mr. Milam before he left. Since the beginning of the cam Chief among these was the fact that paign, nt which time Kentucky stood this material does not injure the at the bottom of the list of flute in plants unless applied in extremely the number of farmers who had heavy doses. It alto remains effec- agreed to u nothing but pure bred tive longer nnd can be applied when ires in nil their breeding work, the the planst nre in a later stage of tate has forged rapidly to tho front growth, thus making it posiblu to through the work carried on by coun contntl the late broods of worm. ty agricultural agents and specialists The 'arsenate also docs not injure from the college, .Mr. Ilryant laid. the operator and, therefore, not as At the present time a total of 101 (!) dangerous to use us is paris green. Kentucky fnrmers have Joined the Another advantage is gained in that campaign, these farmers being the the arsenate will kill grown worms, owners of n total of 10,510 purewhile par green will not. bred animals and 5I,'JU2 chickens. Four Pounds to Acre Uied Ohio, which heads the list, has a Rest results in the experiments total of 1,070 furiners enrolled in the m conducted in this vicinity were ob movement. ill , tained by using the ursenute at the Work being carried on by county I rate of obout four pounds an acre agricultural agent und the college IJ j and applying it with a gun equipped extenilon division ut the present time j with a fan blower, Mr. Milam said. promises to iidvuure the standing of ! Tho relative value of the pars green the state in the drive, Mr. Ilryant ! and the arsenate was 'compared in said. The work I being launched each of the tests, the pari j;recn in practically all parts of the state being applied with a hand blower while ninny farmers ure showing nn every instance the latter material kill increased Interest In the value of eil n laruer percentage of worms and better breeding animal, ho said. in most cases remained effective long At the present time Oldham county cr without injury to the tobacco than Is playing nn important part in the paris Kreen did, he added. progress which I being made by the In addition to the experiments con- state.- - County Agent Gordon II. ducted In this county, eight were cur- Nance has reported that 37 additional ried on In Harrison county. Fann farmers in that county recently applied for enrollment in tho campaign ers In ruycttu county who ated in some of the Important ex- by agreeing to uso nothing but pure periments included John L. Liuckley, bred sires In nil their breeding work. It. E. Tipton, Leltoy Iiuckles, Charles This brings the total enrollment of Gentry, J. I'. Couchmnn, Johnson fanners In that county up to 10U. I) rot hers, Itobert Goodwin, I). It. The progress report which has just Kelley, George demons,. C. W. liar, been received hero shows that only 1 3 , E. II. Hlllcnmeytr, James cuuntles In the United States have a m J. W. Harriion, James Berry greater enrollment than 103 furmcrs and E. L. Glaxe. at the present time. Foster-Milburn According to the lighthouse keeper at Tntoosh Inland, the seals when THEY WERE BRED IN OLD KENTUCKY sighted were traveling rapidly in n Let us trll cu whnt we hnve now READY,' FOR SALE. denic formation, now nnd then one leaping nlniott out of the water to regain lost positions. After adjourning In the Hering Sea SANDERS BROS. A J. M. AMON, PROP. rookery for two months the herd will LANCASTER, KY. E return to Ano N'uevo Islands for the entertainment of the Winter tourists. This year the famoui herd Is from three to five weeks later than usual is important If the best grnde of silI. v ...lll.tlf. .iiv lull IUI IIIU Jllllllj Silo-Fillin- g Time age Is to result Special care should mecca which gives rite to many prog-- 1 nosticatlonw regarding the weather I Soon be taken to see that corn In the cenWill be for the late summer. Some arc led I Kentucky corn that is to be uied ter of the pit Is tramped as much as that around the edges In order to preto remark that it will be a warm late for silage will be ready for the silo vent uneven settling. Fall with much Indian haze, others this year about the latter part of "If farmers with to wait with their that the months are to September or the first of October desilo filling until the crop I more mausher in a heated period of great in- pending upon when it was the time ture so that the ears can be taken off, tensity with many forest Are. planted, specialists at the College of the stover that remains can be Indians declare, however, that late, Agriculture say. This method uf ensiled by adding an amount cold spells In the North instinctively storing green fred for winter ue at- of water equal to the weight of the warned the seals not to itort North tracts an added number of farmers stover a, the Ailing takes place. In too early. each year ami indications are that this rate enough water should be an increased acreage of corn will be placed nn the stover so that some of Uieil for this purpote In the atate it can be squrricd out with the hand. GO NOFARTHER. during the coming fall .they say. Corn placed In a silo in a dry condi"Corn should be rut fur silage tion is more ap( to spoil than that when it is fairly mature, this condi- which The Evidence li at Your Door. contains plenty of molsturr. I.mcaatrr proof Is what you want tion in that dent varieties being pres. "On the college farm silage i kept ind the statement of this highly re ent when the kernel nre dented and from spoiling at the top of the silo spected resident will banish all the lower leaves of the stalk broken." by wetting it thoroughly Jutt after doubt Wayland Ithoads, a member of the J T. Holler, .farmer, R.FD.No.l college animal husbandry department filling is completed and then having says? "A short time ago explained. "The feed value of the one man tramp it for an hour each day on leven consecutive days." I had occasion to use Doan's Kidney corn increase as the crop matures 1111s and they fixed mo up In Rood Of course, If we can't get rid of reaon shae. I gladly recommend them, and for thisThoroughshould not be rut tramping of the te cold .n any othrr way this winter My back had been aching and paining too oon. for several months and everything I chopped corn as the silo i, be.ng fi'ledjwe can put it in cold storage. undertook to do about thi place was a drag to me My kidneys dldn i act freely enough, nnd them was some smarting- - when the srcrrtlons pass ed. I saw Doan's Kidney Tills adver tised, so ,1 went to the Now Stanford Drug Co. and got three boxes. I used Ihem until my troubles left me en tirely." If you want to buy a home you can borrow Don't I'rie 60c, at all dealers. Imply nk for a kidney remedy get the money and pay it back on the installment Ikmn's Kidney l'llls the same tn.it plan. Make application to the Secretary now Mr Hollcy had. Co, Mfrs, Buffalo, N. Y, tiK Here Reason Why They Arc Best Dixie Stock Farms. lly MONEY to LOAN Lancaster Building & Loan Ass'n J. L Robin$on,FftsiJfBl. Miss 5c t S telly Mmcd, Stclj-Ttu- j. Kentucky Stands Fifth Better .Mr. nnd Mrs. Squire T. Whittakrr entertained .Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mrs. Oliie Illark spent one day last Koiture and .Mr. Tevu I'retton Sunday. week with Mrs. - L Matthew. Mr. and Mrs. Will Smith entertain. Mr. and Mrs. I'rice Sutton anil eil a host of friends Sunday to din chnrming little daughter, Miss Maud ner. motored over from Danville and were Itev, I'rice, of Iluckrye, is conduct with Mr. and Mrs. J. I). Itay Saturing a series of meetings at Pleasant day night LOYO I- Hill. Mr. ami Mrs. William S. Kay enMr. and Mrs. Luke Nnytor and chil tertained Mr. and Mn. I'rice Sutton dren, were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. and daughter, Mr. and Mrs Fred I.. L. Matthew Sunday, Snyder and daughter, .Mrs. Tom Dool-i- n Mr. and Mrs, William Kay and and ion, Karl. Mr.' and Mrs. Jesse baby were with Mr. and Mrs. S. N Itay and sons, Calvin ami A. J. ami Sanders one day last week. Mrs, J. I). Kay Sunday to dinner. Open the Door to $ 5 i Success BY OPENING A SAVINGS ACCOUNT WITH US. '' n .. I 4 PER CENT PAID ON TIME AND SAVINGS DEPOSITS. co-op- The Garrard Bank & Trust Go WE SELL TRAVELLERS CHEQUES PAYABLE IN ALL PARTS OF THE WORLD. vt-tt- 4. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky Thursday, Aug I 7, 922 1 REAL ECONOMY In the Kitchen BUCKEYE Mis Mary Kurtz has been visiting Mnymc Stapp, In Lancaster. MIm Prima Hogie. of Nlcholasvillc, is vlling her sster, Mrs. Otto Smp-soMis n. USE CALUMET th. febnomy BAKING When you bake with POWDER A Big Time and Money Saver Calumet you know there will be no loss or failures. That's why it Nora Mrs. Hiram Itay and Mr. Teater were visitors In Lexington Thursday. MIm Mary Lou Sutton, of Ilryants-vlllha been with her aunt, Mrs. W. K. Whittaker. Mis Hetty and OHie Pherigo, of Lexington, nre Waiting Mrs. Tildcn Hoover and Mr. Kdd Simpson. Mr. nnd Mr. Walter Grow have been in Lexington to see, Mi.M Mayme Sebastian at St Josephs Hospital. Mr. Luther May and family have returned to their home in Lexington after a visit to Mrs. Owen Hast. Mr. nnd Mrs. George Itay, Mr. and Mrs. Tilden Hoover entertained n number of friends to dinner Sunday. Mr. nnd Mrs. Will Hardin and son, of Kdinburg. Iml., motored through for a visit to Mrs. Owen Fast ami family. Messrs. T. O. Hill and Hugh Noel were in Frankfort from Tuesdny un til Thursday, visiting Mr. nnd Mr S. L. Hill. e, Groceries Closed Out Hnvc decided not to hnndle Groceries so what we have on hands will be sold ABSOLUTELY AT WHOLESALE PRICES COME AND LAY IN A SUPPLY OF EVERYTHING. We nre going to put in a more complete line of DRY GOODS AND SHOES so absolutete ly our Groceries will be closed out. The BROWN LANCASTER, KY. IWn'ker, Mr 1 Store. Parol is far less expensive than some other brands selling for less. Mr. I.. V. Brown and daughter, Mis Lora, have returned home after a week' vMt with Mr. Huford West Nicholasville. in Richmond. Mr. Henry Dunn, who was oper ated on for appendicitis in Lexington, Thursday at the St. Joseph Hospital, by Dr. David Harrow, I improving, meeting of the W. M. The U. and Sumbeams Band that was announced Inst week for Saturday ha been postponed until Saturday, Sept. '.'ml. Mr. Itoy Mrs. Wm. Sebastian, Williams, of Indianapolis, Mrs. J as. all-da- y Mis Ituth Lane will join a party of Clarence Spoonnmorc Itynicrson, of Dan 1 Dn't be led into taking Quantity tor Quality Calumet proved best by test in millions of Bake-Dacontests. Largest selling brand in the world. Contains only such ingredients as have been approved by U. S. Pure Food Authorities. y EST BY TEST ' The World's Greatest Baking Powder DOINGS AT PAINT LICK Interesting News of East End Capitol Gathered By Alert Correspondents Htnt Mn. G. C. Goodman Ut week-enAt Ilerea. guot .SunMIm St fit a West day of MIm Cynthia I'rultt. llallaril ami Mrs. Mat Mr. Darrell are visiting Mn. Will Hurt. were Mr. nml Mm. OHie Nolan afternoon visitor nt hi father' Sun. day. Ma Hurt ami Mi Mr. V. T. with Mr. Green prnt the week-enWm. Hurt. Mr. nni Mr. - H. I)av. were visitor Sumlay a( Mr. and Mr. Sam Davis, Sr. Mr. Martha Mitchell, of Villa Grow, III., i visiting her ter, Mr. John Pennington. Mr. Mao' Highland, of Covington, pent aeverat day with her mother and lister lat week, x Mr. WIN Itoger Mild tu Mr. Cha. Pallcrton of New York, Monday n line hone for $2,500. Master Saufley Hughes, Jr., of Langrandmother, caster, i visiting hi Mm. Fannie Francis. Mr. U'el.h and I'rof. Crook, of Danville, were guVt of Mr. ami Mr. Wood Walker Sunday. Mr. and Mr. Kdd Hulett and baby were guest Sunday of her parent, Mr. and Mr. Will Hurt Mr. and Mr. W. It. Anderson left Sunday night for Villa (irove, 111., where they will make their home. A targe crowd went to liurrods burg Friilay to" see I'nint Lick ball team win over Ilarrodsburg team. Misses Ituth ICos and Lucille K fridge are ipetiding u few day with Mn. liugh Gairey, near Kirksville. Mr. Wm. Kldmlge and daughter, Ml Kliiabcth, are visiting several Kastern cities Including Washington, d Tn d Sunday. Mr. and Mm. John Murphy, of Indianapolis, Iml., and Mr. and Mr. George M. Lear, of McCreary, were guet Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Hurt. Sr. Mr. Areh Walker, of Princeton, who has been visiting his brother, Mr. II. J. Walker, left this week for a Vi.it iw, hi mother and brother in Indiana. Mr. and Mr. It. J. Walker and stor, Mrs. Calloway and chihlren, ami Mcwm, Arh Walker, Jr., and J. X. Denny attended the Stanford Fair last Thursday. Mr. W. M. Nolatul was called to hi home near Somerset the past week on account of hi father being shot anil dangerously wounded, only living a few hour after the accident. Itev. Hughsou filled hi regular appointment at Mt. Tabor Sunday morning and was the guest of Mr. and Mr. Nat I'ruitt, Itev, Cunningham, of Heron preached in the evening. "Itally" There will be nn at the Christian church Sunday, Aug. 20th., for the Christian F.mleavor societies of Garrard county. Quite an interesting program will be put on beginning Immediately after Sunday Mr. and Mr. K. I. Wood all-.la- y an equal chance of redeeming them-eivebut with no avail. They were bragging about the.r $5,000.00 Diamond, but Paint Lick found they couldn't play any better on their home ground than they did at Paint Lick. Ilarrodsburg New. Iludfrt Ask For A large delegation of citizen of Paint Lick went to lllchmond Monday to meet the Fiscal Court of Madison county on a "good roads" movement. The business men of Richmond and Herat have been advocating the building of a pike to be turned over to the State, to the Jackson county line, on top of Ilig Hill. They seem to loe ight altogether, that the Fi cal Court i custodian of of money belonging to ALL the citizen of Madison county, and to divert this money to build a State Highway thru m sparcely settled section, to the ex elusion the other County road, that are ruining for work, met with the prote.t of everybody from Richmond to the Garrard county lino. It was decideil that all the road projects should, be budgeted and that either or county levy should a bond provide the money, n in that way, and that nlone, would any road men ure have the slightest chance of be Ing approved by the c.tizens of the entire county s, friend for n camping trip to Boone-bor- o Friend of Mr. Thomas Skinner, beach. The party will be chaperoned by Dr. and Mrs. Chas. Keith, who formerly lived here, hove received announcement of his marriage to of Richmond. Miss Maude Hudson, of Virginia. Mr. and Mrs. Hen Naylor accom- Whe young couple will live nt Sal- panied Mr. nnd Mrs. Frank Hogie to yersville, Ky. Huckeye Mr. and Mr. Sunday. Mr. John Ison delivered a truck Hogie stayed for n week' visit to load of lamb at Lexington last week. McCulIey.' Mr. Josiah Mr. Ison Is n member of the Lamb AsMr. Wesley Lane had as her guest and Wool Grower Stapp and son, of Lexington, Mr. last Sunday, .Mr. nnd Mr. J. W. sociation and is receiving very satisBessie Iteichdelflr nnd on, of Ohio, Walker, Misses Julia and Merlyn factory price for his products. spent Monday with Mr. Mal Carter and Mr. J. P. Prather. W. M. U. met Thursday with Mr J. F. Price leader. Watchword NICE CITY RESIDENCE FOR SALE "God is Able." Heading by Mr I wish to sell privately, my residence on DanHubert Carter, Mr. A.C. Mile, Mr, ville Avenue, just outside the City Limit) in LancasIlobert Hroaddus, Mr. Hiram Itay, Myrtle Davis. Personal ter. and Mis Modernly equipped with CITY WATER AND work for last month visit made, 18; LIGHTS. HOUSE OF EIGHT ROOMS, WITH tray ent, 12; cash, $17.JU; sheet, towel BATH, ALL IN GOOD REPAIR. TWO ACRES OF 4; pillow case, 10; GOOD LAND, ORCHARD, GOOD BARN AND and soup. The meeting closed by OTHER OUT BUILDINGS. singing "How Firm a Foundation." Terms reasonable; possession January 1st, 1923. Mr. and Mr. Hobart Price enter Those desiring to look over property may call dinner Sunday Mr. Wm, tain at me over Paint Lick phone 11-Sebastian and Mrs. Itoy Williams, of Indianapolis, Mr. Jas. Stapn and son, of Lexington, Mrs. Hessie Itieclideltir and son, of Ohio, Mr. nnd Mrs. Itoy Mr. and Mrs. Schooler, of Will Hardin, of Kdinburg, Ind., Mr, We are a great people. Wo Too nnd Mr. Itlchard Hurgess nnd son. learn our lessons when it is too Miss Allene Ilendreti, of Madison Remember how prodigal we late to profit by them. county nnd Messrs. John Sanders nnd have been in past years in the Therefore, we pay the piper J. P. Prather. destruction of trees nnd id the without hearing his music. one-batH. ville. CLARENCE QREEIN. Late waste of wood? Some of that woo'd would be 'Don't envy the man you consider winter, when lucky. He is probably only using his Mote Casey, after several month' of welcome next intense sulfering, died nt her home coal is scarce and prices are brain to better advantage than you are. near Hradshaw Mill, Aug. 7th, 1922. high. Mr. Casey Maggie 'Casey, wife of Mr. She was married twenty year ago, To this union were born nine chil dren, C of whom nre living. The youngest being 2 year old. She was n member of the Christian church Funeral service were held here, conducted by Itev. J. F. Price after which she was laid to rest in the cemetery to await the glories of the resurrection morn. S.S.S. Fills Out Hollow Cheeks, Thin Limbs! BUENA VISTA Mr. John T. Hurr.es returned Saturday from a visit to relatives in Indiana. Mrs. Nancy Jenning is in Lancas ter ,vi.iting her daughter, Mr. Harold Scott. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hogie, of Lexwith Mr. ington, spent the week-enLaura Naylor nnd family. M.sses Sadie Ituble and Glady Hamilton nre enjoying a visit to Mrs. John Scott at Shakqrtown. MUs Margaret Scott nnd Arthur Karl Scott ,of Iineaster, are guests cf Forest and Morris itoger. Mr. Wulter Fain and b.tby have returned from Somerset, where they pent a week with her mother, Mr. Folger. Mrs. Chas. Cecil and son, Cha Coleman Cecil, nre spending the wee, with Mr. Hettie Ituble and Mrs. J. d Public Sale .... .... OF School. Land,Stock,Crop,Tools I I). C. Mr. Joe Callow uy ami children, of Smithlleld, are the guest of her brother, Mr. Itobt. Walker ami Mr. Walker. Mr. J. C. Howmau and little daughter, Wllma Dean, of Lexington, are guest of her sister, Mr. John I'cnington. Dr. Wm. Crow, pastor of West minister church nt St. Louis, Mo., preached at old l'ulut Lick last Sun day morning. Mr. Felix rNtrldge win with hi father. Mr. Kll Kstridge from Friday Mr. Kstridge conuntil Sumlay. tinue very ill. The ladle of the Christian church will give an Ice cream supper In the church yard Saturday evening, Aug! 20th., beginning at 0 o'clock. Dr. Wm. Crow and Mr. Crow, of St. Lou I and Dr. McFcnan Crow and wife, of Lexington, were guest of The Culling Demonstration held lust week in this end of the county was uttended by imall but very interested crowd. Kvery one seemed to enjoy Mr. Smith's nddress very much and we heard several oay they thought they could do their culling after watching and listening to him. Fical Court agreed today at ltich-ni- o ml to accept the State nid on the McKce and lllchmond road and to build ii road over Dig Hill to McKce. .Mr. It. (i. Wood introduced resolution forming n budget plan for building and reconstructing other pikes in Madison county whicTt carried. Men and wnmon nhether you Wilt Court will be called together aga n yuurseir up to deciding on some definite plan for erer bulla wcU'ht depend your normal. on tho num. tr of bloot-rct- tu InIt')our Moot. That') raising money by bond issue, by di11 Ultra I n feet. It factoryclentlflcj workrect tax or by private ubcrption to If jour Lkxxt.crll Isn't ing right, you will t thin, build and reconstruct these pike. your bloott will o In dlsordsr, orul Ilryantsvilln played Point I.eavell perhaps your far will t broken out with pimple. bUekheaJa and erupon Paint Lick ground Saturday -- tion. H. H. H. keep your bUKhl-cl- l factory working full time-- It help Ilryantsville winning, score 8 to 7. That'a why bulla new bkKxt-ret- t. i. n peoH. bulla uii thin, ple. It put firm flesh on your bone. It Paint Lick Wins Alain round out )our fare, arm neck, Tulking about ball game Paint limb, tho whole body. It put ths "pink1' In tho Lick ball team crossed bats again hollnwnrs your chreki It take tools from th eye, and It with Ilarrodsburg last Friday, Score Kathr Time by smoothing out wrinby plumpln" kle In men and being I to '1 in Paint Lick's favor. Ihein up. 8. H.women a remarkatiUt K. t While, you aro Kvtltmr After the game on Paint Lick Hull your akin eruption, pimples, acne, itieumatlam, rash, Park some few week previous, the tlump, tetter, blutchea aro being rvirwvfrt. only excuse Ilarrodsburg gave fur Til medicinal Ingredient of H. 8. H, their defeat was that Paint Lick had rr H. &guaranteed purely vegetable, la aold at all drug store. In two no park, consequently they couldn't ft see. Th. larger U 4 la more, si ecvmgmlcak play ball on or in a calf lot. After several weeks Paint Lick decided to "S. S. S. Is for ! at MeKobert go over to Ilarrodsburg and give them Drug Store." F.-cal uat-rlsrun-dowB.-trun-dowblood-purifie- r. will sell nt public auction beginning at 10 o'clock, on Thursday, Aug. 24th, at my plnce, known as the James T. Roberts farm, my fertile soil, and an Abundance of running water. 32 miles from Brodhcad and 21. mile from Crab Orchard. Place has good tenant house on it. Will alto sell Good, 3 MULES, 5 AND 6 YEARS OLD, MARE, 4 MILK COWS. 23 Yearling Cattle, 2 Bulls, 10 Fat Hogs, 8 Sows with Pigs by Side, 3 Sows to Bring Pigs. Nine stacks of good Hay, Farming Tools, Binder, Mowing Muchine, Cutting Harrow, Com Planter, 2 Section Harrows, Cane Mill, Wagon, Hay Frame, Buggy Harness, 2 Breaking Plows, and many other things too numerous to mention. WILL ALSO SELL LOT HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. FARM of 244 ACRES A. Itoger. Mr. Jennie Ituble, of Danville, Mr. and Mr. Victor Ilublo and Mrs. A. D. Scott, of Cincinnati, were In our village last Thursday. Mr. and Mr. Howard Lane, Mr. and Mr. Will KaulTman and Mr. and Mrs. O. It. Carpenter spent last Thursday in Frankfort. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hamilton and Mr. and Mr. Leslie Ituble were guests of Mr. and Mr. John Scott at Shakerlown, last Sunday. Mr. and Mr. Itoy Williams, Miss Jennie Lane, Mer. Willie Lane and Chester Scott, spent Sunday with Mr. family, near William La no and Terms made known on day of sale. George Schiff Wood Paters, Auct. R. F. D. Crab Orchard, Ky. i The Central Record. Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Aug 17 1922. Sexton-Carr- ier I SPECIAL PRICE ON CI Old Hickory Wagons ON ACCOUNT OF LARGE STOCK WE ARE OFFERING OLD HICKORY WAGONS AT A SEE US BEFORE YOU BUY. SPECIAL PRICE. CONN BROS. "Live and Let Live Folks." 31 11111 $1.50 a rH IE DC The Central Record Issued Weekly. John Yeagcr, of Danville, Mr. nnd Mrs. J. Cannon, of Wilson, Okla., Mr. Year. nnd Mrs. J. E. Stormes, of this city. Payable in Advance. J. E. ROBINSON. Editor. Entered at the Post Office In LanMall caster, Ky., as Second-Clas- s Matter. ' THE AMERICAN , Mr. and Mrs. Mai Carter entertainMon- ed at an elegant family dinner K. L. ELKIN. Locnl Editor nnd Mgr. day in honor of her father, Mr. J. I). Fceirn Ad.trti.inf R.pctwSsliy PKESS ASSOCIATION Lancaster, Kr., Am 17. 1922 Rales For Political Announcement!. For Precinct and City Offices. $ 5.00 10.00 For County Offices For State and District Offices. 15.00 .10 For Calls, per line .10 . For Cards, per line For nil publications in the inter est of Individuals or expression of individual views, per line - .10 .05 Obituaries, per line Prather. Including the hostess, six of his daughters, nine grandchildren, and eight grand children were present and with the other guests they were as follows: Mesdamrs Salllc Sebastian and Roy Williams, of Indianapolis, Mrs. Fay Hcichcldelphla and Ohio, Mrs. Jim son, of Defiance, Stapp and son, of Lexington. Mrs. Oscar liendren and sons, of Madison county, Prof, and Mrs. Hobirt Price nnd children, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Whlttaker and chhildren, Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Price and children, Mr. Lillard Miles, of N'lcholasville, Mr. Oscar Kay Carter, Miss Agnes Cnr-teMrs. Hubert Carter and son and "Uncle" George Jennings, who wns the oldN colored family servant for many years. r, .. Announcement We Tire authorized to announce Hon. Ralph Gilbert a enndidate to succeed himself in Congress, subject to the action of the Democratic pri mary, August 5, 1922. Social Entertainments Miss Huby Cress is entertaining with a house party nt her urburban home. Her guests aro Misses Mable Ilcaglc, Dorris Nunnellcy and Hazel Porter," of Lexington, and Miss Fay King, of Lancaster. Danville Mess, enger. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Sebastian en tortaincd last Wednesday Mr. und Mrs. Joe Aldridcu and two interesting children, Kathcrine and John Huy. Morgan and moml, Hon. Geoffrey Mr. Angle Sanders. Quite a delight ful day was spent. Few of the affairs of the past week have been more charming than the progressive rook party given by Miss Elizabeth Logan Simpson at the home of her aunt, Mrs. Ehparim Drown, on Stanford street, where a number of young friends assembled to enjoy the festive occasion. The home and porch were beautifully decorated in yellow flowers. Hook was played on the lawn, the tables being decorated in yellow. The pre vailing color scheme of yellow was carried out in the sandwiches nnd ice tea. Miss Simpson's invited guests were Misses Nancy Tom Lear, Mar guerite Thompson, Josephine Raney, May I). Dougherty, Mary Lee Dunn, Francis Long, Dorothy Dunlap, Stella Dallou, Ida Hurnside, Elsie Hatfield, Mary Edith Walker, Edith Moore, Georgia Moore nnd little Edna Mac Daughcrty, who was cunning and most attractive guest present. Itnre beauty of appointment distinguished the occasion nnd the gracious hospitality of the hostess was thoroughly enjoyed. Miss Minnie Mae Robinson was a guest of honor recently at a dinner nt Naylor- Goodloe the Phoenix Hotel in Lexington, given by Miss Louise McKue, of Itich. The marriage of Mr. Nellie llrown moml, honoring the members of her Naylor to Mr. W. O. Goodloe, will house party and the guests of Miss take place this afternoon nt the home Margaret Chcnault. of the bride, on the Lexington pike, o'clock, Itev, II. S. Hudson, Mr. John McRoberts is giving a at three of the Presbyterian church officiating camping party Jills week at the club only a few friends and relatives house on Danville road in honor of with present. The uniting of these two Miss Mary Esther Schnack, of Mt. Carmcl, III., who is the attractive popular people is of unusual interest where guest of Miss Mary Mac Walker. to Garrard county friends both are. so well known in both social The party is chapnroned by Mr. and and religious work. The bride is a Mrs. J. E. Elmore. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Misses Essie and Mnrguret Conn Drawn, u woman of unusual inteli-gene- e and business acumen, owning entertained their friends with a lawn fete on Saturday evening, Aug. Gth., nnd controlling t beautiful farm on nt their home on Hamilton uvenue the Lexington pike. Mr. Goodloe is one of Lancaster's guests were pros About seventy-fiv- e ...1 Aft... ... ....!(.. .. ..1u.n..t ...... must progressive business men, havnip", followed by refreshments, all ing been identified with its business departed for their humus agreeing interests for many years. He was that they had had a good time nnd formerly the senior member of the expressing their hope that Misses Es firm of Goodloe and Walker Ilrothens, sie and Margaret would favor them but severed his connection with them again soon, tt it few months ago, to uccept n responsible position with Haselden Brothers. Mrs. W. Athborn Price entertained Immediately after the murriage, with a delightful tlx o'clock dinner they will take a honeymoon trip of Wednesday evening at her surburban several weeks, returning to Mr, Good home on the Hchmond road in hon-o- f loe's home on Danville street, which of her daughter, Mrs, Herman he has handsomely furnished and d Okla. Russell Wnyland, of Wilson, for his bonny bride, and where The table had for its center piece a they will make their future home. French basket filled with summer The best wishes of ull their friends A delicious menu was serv. together with the Central Ilccord, go flowers. ed and covers were laid for the fol- out to them for a long matrimonial Mrs. Kato Wherritt Her- - life, filled to overflowing with Joy lowing: kele, of New Orleans, Mr. and Mrs. and happiness. - pre-pare- Sltifla insertions 1c a word ton to .Mr. lilacs carrier, or tnis city No ad taken for less than 20c Iloth of the contracting parties arc in this column. No ads In this exceedingly popular in Lancaster, column charged. where Miss Sexton has taught for several years and where Mr. Carrie Seven Insertions for the was reared And Is equally popular pries of five. among the younger set. ; , ... . Phone orders must be paid The Lexington papers have the fol promptly. lowing concerning the marriage: y There are specially priced Items during the Mr. and Mrs. Gleaner Llnwood jX4MMRO Sexton announce the mnrriage of month ofJAUGUST at Airedale Puppies for sale. Hox their daughter, Miss Margaret Sex ton, to Mr. Glass Carrier, of Lancas 139, Lancaster. Ky. ter, Ky. WANTED: Carload of old mixed The marriage Is an interesting Harrodsburg lee nnsl country rags. surprise, having been solemnized Fri Produce Co. day afternoon at the Maxwell Street Presbyterian church, Rev, Henry FOR SALE OR TRADE: Ford Faulkner, of Hillsboro, Ohio, offlcl Truck in good condition. A FEW OF THEM ARE nting. The witnesses were Miss Mary (tf) G. C. Walker. Duke Dye, Mr. and Mrs. Harry' Mil FOR SALE: Some nice Fultz rhell and Mr. Elisha Carrier, brother 1)3 Hnir Tonic J. W. Sweeney, Only the two seed wheat. of the bridegroom. 03 Slinuio))!'nstc families and most Intimate other friends had been told of the plans FOR SALE: One good milk cow. Joined Fncel'owdrr for the marringe to take place In this Will trade or n good horse. Jonlcel Tnlctim simple manner. quiet and Smiley Walker. pd) The bride and bridegroom arc both r Wheat Drill. Cultinacker. Riding attract. ve and popular nnd well known in Lexington and Central Ken Plow, Lawn Swing, Screen Doors nnd tucky. The bride Is the only daugh Windows, cheap. J. R. Mount Si I o, ter of Mr. am) Mrs. Sexton of 131 Hnnl Kuliliui One of the best grades of flour in Park Avenue. She was graduated Co nib R. J. Engle, town SOcts, from theUniversity of Kentucky, n Near Depot, member of the Victory Class of 1011). For the last three years she has ben One hundred extra FOR SALE: a member or me xncuity or tne Lan good ewes. Just dipped under U. S, caster high school and :s quite n fav direction. Howard King, WANTED- - Man with car to orite there. (8- - 3 3D Rryntvil!e. Ky. best Cord Tires ma le If you need money Mr. Carrier is the son of Mr. and expenses, Supper at $100.00 per week and NOTICE Hox and Pie Mrs. W. S. Carrier of Lancaster. Ky., on your farm, JanuGraham T.re Co., 1S93 Canal, and was graduated from Transylvania Harmon's Lick School House Satur- (Itpd.) Ilenton Harbor, Mich ary 1st, put in day evening, Aug. 10th. Everybody College, n member of the Knppa pd) NOW Alpha Fraternity. He now holds a come. New Definition position as traveling salesman with FOR SALE 44 good stock ewes. the George S. Strietman k Sons Com 2S Nothing over 5 years old. Phone or pany of Cincinnati. company. v. A. l.ear see The bride was never prettier than A newspaper exchange gave this 0 in her wedding gown of dark blue definition of an automobile: Sue Shelby Mason canton Jrepc with duveteen hnt to "The automobile is a large irun Come in to my office and give me l.sn Agent and Abstractor match. Her corsage bouquet was the assessment of yeur property nnd rubber contrivance for trans Court House LANCASTER, of ward roses and lillies of the valley- - NOW. A. T. Scott, Co. Tax Com. forming gasoline into speed, luxury,1 C 15 tf KY Mr. and Mrs. Carrier will go to excitement and obituaries. It in-silt- s 7t.) 0 housekeeping nbout September 1st., d handsome of a in Iinfaster, where Mr. Carrier has carriage body, mounted on fat ' Straved To my nlace about July headquarters. 1st., shoat welirhinir about 25 rounds. rubber tired wheels and contains a Owner can have same by paying for gizzaril full of machinery suffering Hailing-Co- nn vou keen j If j vnur from various ailments. It has run keeping and this advertisement. S. I Rich. over one hundred mile ami ten thous The home of Mr. and Mrs. Edward (8-- 3 3t) eyes open you will and people. It can transport seven I Conn, of Wilmore, was the scene sec that it pays to Notice: Ilring me your corn, barley people from the front porch to the of a very pretty wedding when Mr. trade with Claud Gordon Conn, of Lancaster and or any other feed you want crushed. police station, the bankruptcy court or the golden gate In less time than Miss Gladys Ituth Hailing, of Kenyon, Prompt service. Prices right. any other known method." Harry P. Edwards, R. J. ENGLE Minnesota, were married. Kcv. V Marcellus, Ky. pd.) T. Smith, of Lancaster was the offici Some people go crooked because Near Depot Lnnenster.Ky ating minister. FOR SALE: Stock ewes, one, they think that right is on the wrong Promptly at high noon Miss Mln years old. Any side. FLOUR nic Conn and Miss Chastlnc Ituckcr two, three and four sang Cadman's "At Dawning, I Love number. Phone 53 or 12. Don't fei'l embarrassed, sister. Every Sack W. S. Carrier and P. T. llrown. You;" followed by Lohengrin's wed when your little brother "spills the (8 3 7t. pd.) ding march, ns the bridal party en beans," A hungry' matrimonial fish tered. After the ceremony they re WANTED To sell or trade my rises qU fkly to the bait paired to the dining room, where u home place, known as the Pattle Gill bountiful dinner was served. home on Lexington pike, containing The bride is the attractive daugh four neres of land. Will trade for ter of Mr. and Mrs. M. S. Hailing, small farm In Garrard county. of Kenyon, Minn., and Mr Conn Is 0 Thomas Chappie. the oldest son of Mr. nnd Mrs. James G. Conn, of Lancaster. Doth have FOR SALE: Some nice spotted a host of friends who wish them much Poland China Hoars, also n few Gilts. happiness. S. C. Henderson, Prices reasonable. Pnlnt Lick Exchange, 10-A Big Day 0 Paint Lick, Ky. lit pd) Mr. and Mrs Emit Long entertain fOId Line Massachusetts Company; ed at their beautiful home six miles opening In this section for a from on the Lexington hoa an womnn. pike Aug. 10th. with n basket din life insurance salosman or All or part time God opportunity ner In honor of Mr. Long's 20th birthday. The birthday cakes being for school teachers to earn extra not large Angel Food nnd Fruit rakes and money. Insurance experience Address: 1411 Starkt many others just as good. A most essential. sumptuous dinner was spread on the Illdg., Louisville. lawn; old ham and chicken nnd every (It.) thing that heart could wish to ent For sale nt a bargain on easy terms, ami enjoy. There were thirty-on- e ncrus of land on the Lexington pike, present to enjoy the feast. Those live miles from I.ancaster at Marks- present were, Mr. and Mrs. Nathaniel bury in grass ready for the plow. i wish to announce to our trade that we have. Whittaker and three lovely children, Well watered und n beautiful home REDUCED the price of our aoiiH to below factory Mr. nnd Mrs. It E. linker and son, It. te. Close to post office, general cost today. E., Jr. and daughter, Irene, Mr. and itore. school and churches. On the Mrs. Charles Cotton nnd daughter, We have both the famous best pike in the county and the very Sallie .Mae, Mr. and Mrs. S. N. Turn-e- r best of neighborhoods. . nnd son, J. C. nnd Mrs. J. A. Cot..i II vou want a smuii wen locaieu. ton, of Richmond, Mrs. Carali II. farm nt the right price go look it over Turner and daughter, Etta, Mr. and and call or write Joe S. Haselden, Mrs. W. II, Turner nnd daughters, Crab Orchard to sec S. G. Haselden,! Ethel Mae, Elma Hell und Lucille, of Lancaster. Kirksville, Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Long ' and son, Willie and dnughter, Pattic, Your Mrs. Joe Kelluy and daughter, Lillian, Whv not snend a week at Crab! Hew and Mrs. Louis .V. Thompson, of Orchard Springs, Kentucky's most Lancaster. They ull left saying they were never entertained more lovely famous mineral resort. New golf us Mrs. Long always llks to do her course, tennis, swimming, fishing, in Mtock. Any ntyle. tdze or tread. Better wauoiw best in having folks enjoy themsulve, bowling, dancing, horseback riding, than the STUDEBAKER or OLD HICKORY cannot and wishing Mr. Long many more etc. be purchaHhed. They excell all others in workmanhappy birthdays. Rates ft and 15 per day. Uy thej ship, economy and loiitf aenlce, cek S21 and ui. according to lo NO BETTER PRICE ON WAGONS. cation of roonir includes room and' C. E. iard and all privileges such as all OURS IS THE BEST. The eight Christian Endeavor iters, dancing, swimming, fishing, Unions of Garrard county will meet STUDEBAKEH boating, etc. OLD HICKORY ut Pnlnt Lick next Sunday for the tennis, The Crab Orchard Snrlncs Golf purpose of organizing. It Is said being formed under the di that Garrard county has the great- Club is rect on of Mr. itout. King, oi incro- est number of unions of any county kce Golf Club, a professional golfer in the State. ' and Instructor. Make annllcatlon for membership Recleaned Home Rye, Northern LANCASTER'S BIGGEST STORE. now. Crab Orchard Springs Hotel Rosen Seed Rye and Seed Barley, Co. Hudson Y Farnau. A wedding of unusual Interest and one that was quite a surprise to those on the outside of the two immediate families, wns the marriage last Friday In Lexington, of Mis Margaret Sex ClissiM CthiMR RATES i That Reminds me! Drug McRoberts Store. 75c! Special50cts Special 79cts 75c! Special 50cts iSr d nn,,$1.00! 50c Special 39cts 1 low-price- i on 1. For "Auto", Interest 5 (8-1- 2t.-pd- .) (8-1- leathcr-upholtcr-e- !,MM'""" r "" 89cts I (8-1- 2t.-pd- .) (7-2- I Reduction Wagon in Studebaker and Old Take Vacation Hickory Organization HASELDEN BROS. II The Central Record, Lancaster Ky. Thursday, Auk 17, 1922. Gossip About People ge A Rrlfl .Mr. W. II. Ilurton was Lexington Monday. a viaitor in Mr. Clinton are 0 Iit4 Comtnu nd Miittl.n Wl An MmiUd K tiyTh MIm Georgia Moore ami Master Mary Owsley, who ha been F.lmrr Mnoro left last Friday for a visiting Mi Jean I'axton In Stan, visit to Mr and Mr. Frank Ward and Ml Mattle Lutx waa a vliltor in ford, has returned to Lancaster. family, In London, Ky. Richmond last Monday. Mr. W. II. Ilurton had for her din-nMr. and Mrs. Ivan Manuel and son, Mr. George Hwlncbrond ha been n gueU the past week, Mr. Kate A. II., of Roseville, HI., are expected visitor In Carlisle. recrnt Herkele and Mrs. J. K. Storme. the last of thli week for a visit with' MIm Jennie l'ollnril, of Markxbury, Mr. J. 8. Gilbert, who ha betn Mr. and Mr. L. Manuel. was a vsitor In Lancaster Sunday. visiting relative here, returned Sun. MIm Johnetta Farrn has returned lay to her home in Domino, Ky. Mr. Dave Uom, Mr. and Mr. Ed to her home in Lancaster, nfter a How were visitors In Lexington SunMrs. Leo Hunter, of Nicholasville, visit with MIm Mary Francir Camp-bill- , day. I of High street, Pari. the guest of her brother, Mr. Luther Itainey and Mr. Italnry. Mr. and Mr. Joe Itandolph nnd Mr. Wood Walker and MIm Mary Fay, of Mar Walker were In Danville Satur-daMint Geerc-- and Rimer Moore who attractive daughter, Mis have been Waiting relative in Lon- Melrose, New Mexico, arc visiting his brother, Mr. Alford Poynter. don, returned heme lait Sunday. MIm Edna llcrkelr ami MIm Char, Mr, and Mrs. L. Manuel and son. ley Klmorc were Danville visitors reMr. and Mr. Dexter llallou nnd cently. family, of SUnfnrd, were ilinner J. D. and Alvln and Misses Ida Murphy and Hattie Middleton, attended guests of Mr. Joe Francl Sunday. Mr. and Mm. George Maion, of the Fair at Stanford Thursday W. n. Chicago, are guests of Mr. Mis SaUie Lutz ha returned from Rev. and .Mrs. Harry Hudson left n delightful vacattan ef ten ilny and j Mason. fer Flemingfburg and ha aumel her duties nt Joseph'. jthis week Mls Hetty Anderson, of Ahvllle, I Springfield, where they will spend MIm Cordle Hamilton, of Detroit, their vacation visiting relative. N. C, hat been a recrnt visitor in j Mich., i the guest of her mother, Lancastrc. Mr. W. A. Turner ha Joined her visiting Mr. Ike Hamilton, on Maple avenue. i little Slavin i Mr. Jennie son and daughter here for a .MlMes Martha and Helen Gill left two week's frivndi and relative in Hlchmond for ty before they return' a few week. this week for I.exinirton, where they to their home in Indianapolis, Ind. will Join the Ilowmar Lake Tour Mr. and Mr. John Dotson, of Mr. Joseph Hoger, who made a party. Is visiting her grand-mothe- r, Sharpsburg, week' visit to hit aunt, Mist Jennie MIm Gnrnett Fotherjrlll tpent Mr. Kack McGrath. Duncan nnd uncle, Mr. John Duncan, day loot week with Mis Mattie Mr. E. - Owsley ha returned Mae Hubble and attended the Stan- returned to Atlanta, Ga., Saturday. from a visit to Mr. Benjamin Letch- ford Fair. Mr. and Mr. Tom Adams, who er, In Louisville. have been guest of Mr. Adam' Mr. Pearl Gullry and daughter, mother, Mr. Nack McGrath, return, MIm Mae Powell Is in Denham, I visiting her sister, MIm Helen, will return this week, ed Monday to their home In Ky., where she from n visit o Mrs. I. M. Dunn, in Mm. Waller Smith. LexinKton. Mr. and Mr. Charlie Chapline, of Mr. Adolph Joseph returned Sun-da- y Mr. John Walker, ef Hillhouse, Vtushlngton City and Mr. and Mr tay in from several week Ml., i being warmly greeted by Klgln Scott nnd children, of Danville, and Louisville. many friend here, having motored have been the guest of Mr. A. C. Hon. Wlham Jennings Trier, of through last FrMay to remain several Mile. I)anvWe, v4UiI hs aunt, Mr. Mar-tt- a week. Mr. John M. Farra left for Price Prsbie Monday. Mr. ami Mr. Joe Randolph and last Saturday, where he will Mr. Lusk and Mr. Itobinion, of MU Fay Randolph and Mr. and Mr. espouse the cauie of the Dark Tobac Hustonvllle, ami Mr. Freeman, of A I ford Poynter and children v. sited co Association, now beMaryland, have been guest 0f Mr. Mr. H. G. Poynter and family ami' ing worked in that section of the attended the Stanford Fair. State. Kmnia KauiTman Ml , j er ev-er- al ICIn-Mnnle J MIm Jane Doty, MIm Martha Gill, Mr. Harry Hudson, Mr, nnd Mr. Mr. W. T. Wr,.of Howling Green, pent the week-enVre with hl Luther Gbb were visitor In Dan-vllld guets of friend Hastln and children in Detroit, Mich. Mr. U. D. Simpson, of Lexington, was the guest last Saturday of her daughter, Mrs. K. P. llrown. c daughter, Mis Hett'e West. the past week. Announcement We wish' to announce our I FALL TAILORING OPENING ' which will take place In the next few weeks dates to be announced later. exact The STARRS SCHAEFER CO., Cincinnati Tailors will send their special man to us for this opening with a special line consisting of 300 samples of piece goods. Watch for the dates. Prices $28.50 to $60.00. JAS. W. SMITH House of Quality. Lancaster, Ky. Mrs. J. E. Edwards and children are v. siting her brother at Williams-towOhio. Dr. Edwards expects to Join them later, for n trip through the Carolina. n, NOW! BIG TIRE SALE !50.3 AUGUST SALE FROM AUGUST 19th to 31st, Our Hitf AiiirutU Sale will bo hold from AukiisI 19th. to .'list.. Do you know what that moans? It moans that you will bo ablo to btivtho things you need at a liitr raving. OUK COMPLETE STOCK WILL BE SACRIFICED AT MUCH LESS THAN REGULAR PRICES. .$6.25 TJ :0.3U .VixiH- - ... - :Wxl :Mx :i'Jxl l aijrt -- - .11.50 .11.98 7.25 8.95 - 9.98 3. 5 2 ?a ! ! J - 5' O rag n ;nc nc 5. 3 ft n 3W TRAVELING BAGS . Black, imitation Leather, strong corners and good lock. Hegttlar $2.00 value $1.25 Black Walrus grain cow hide leather, heny leather handle, leather comers, heavy brass lock. Regular $5.00 value, Sale Price . $3.75 TR I MMED HATS We have about 3ii Indies, Misses and Childrens trimmed, ready-to-wehats that will be placed on sale to close out at half price. Don't miss this ar - 12.98 o c" n C t u ? FORD SPECIAL - Cord 30x31$10.00 2. n K - SL S . SP O -- I r- C5 Other sizes just as cheap. BIG TUBE SALE $1.15 30x Gray Tuboa 3l)x 1.65 Gray Tubtw 2.00 Gray Tubus 32x3 2.25 31x1 2.40 33x1 2.50 31x1 - iji 10 tT pZ 13 'w n O - 4 o c I? EL' w - 2- - C .. 3 sr i cr ..r Champion X Spark I'lutca 49c Safuty key ring hooks 5ct. S3 in to W li S bargain. Superior line ground, black pepper in pound, fancy tin cans, regular 7fi cent value SIc Price 35cts. Mock Turtle Soup, per can 5c 1 Mr. and Mrs. Dave Thomas nrr receiving congratulations of friends upon the arrival of n dainty little daughter, who made her appearance in, Mrs. W. S. Hourne. Mr. and Mrs. Clay Sutton arc Tuesday night. Mm. J. Kov Young, of Ohio, is vis- spending several weeks at Estill Conn, Misses Maud nnd Minnie iting her brother, Mr. Charlie Amlur-se- n Springs. Miss Chastine Rucker, Mr. Clarence . Anderson. Misses Rutn and Louise Taylor are Conn nnd Rev. Price T. Smith attend-im- I wedding Tuesthe Hnlllng-Con- n Danville, having a pleasant visit with relatives Mrs. John Hiughman, of day nt Wllmore. U spending the week with her uncle, and friends in Harrodsburg. Mr. Luther itbb nnd Mrs. filbbs. Miss Faye King Is entertaining this Mr. Lorn Teater, Mr. L. I Sanders, Mr. J. C. Haye and Hurnett Sanders wcVk with a delightful house party, Miss Lldia Mae Kay spent last in honor of Miss Mabel Beagle, of week in Stanford, the gues of Mbw were recent visitors in lterca. Georgetown, and Misses .Margaret the fair. Matxle Arnold and attendetl Mrs. Frazlrr Hurt and children, of Neal and Ruby Cress, of Danville. lllinor), are guests of her sister, Mrs. Mrs. Edwin Davis, of Morjranton, Mr. Lewis Gill has returned from n Ilatjon. N. C, is here for a month's stay with R. II. Hatson and Mr. While there trip in Ashvill- -, N. C. Mrs. J. K. her parents, Mr. and Mr. and Mr. James Croutcher nnd he called on Mr. John Simpson, who son, Mr. Thomas Croutcher, spent the is there for his health and his many week-enwith relatives in Richmond. friends are glad to know he is rapidMr. Thomas Croutcher, of Atlanta, arriveil Tuesday night to Join her Miss Anna Helle Turner, of Lex- ly recovering. husband for a visit here with rela- ington, is the pleasant guest nf Miss List Mrs. Will Moss entertained tives. Dorothy Dunlap, on Lexington street. Sunday at an elegant dinner in honor of the telephone girls of this city. Misics Kmilv and Willie Mae Mr. M. A. Hennlng, of Lexington, Hourne entertained at n croquet par-t- y has 'Joined his wife and daughter The affair proved a mot delightful Saturday nftcrnoon in honor of here far a vitU to Mrs. J. C. Robin- one and the hostess hospitality was thoroughly appreciated. their guest. Miss Mary Clark. son. Mesdames Fy Reicheldclfor, of Mrs. J. L. Payls and daughter, Mr. Uizi Richardson nnd son, home from Mr. Ctwmo Richardson, of Lexington, Limn, Ohio, Hoy Williams, of Mnud, have returned W. M. SebasUnn, of IndiaChattanooga, where they had n pleas-nare gueU of her sister, Mrs. J. C. napolis anJ J. M. Stapp, of Lexington month of sight scenig. Robinson. are guests of their father, Judge J. Mr. Roger Hourlnnrt was n member P. Prnther und ther relatives in the Mr. and Mrs. H. V. Hmtin and of a house party given by Miss Mar-- j of Frankfort, are expected Sat- county. garet Troutman .last inursilay urday for several weeks visit with evening nt her home, near Lexington. relatives and friends here. ChurcH Notes Logan Simpson, Miss Elizabeth Mm. E. II. Lester and daughter, Rev. and Mrs. K. It. Uourlaml have who ha been spending several weeks Agno Cecil and Mrs. Lon Hourne returned from a pleasant trip to with her aunt, .Mr. Kpharim Brown, nnd children, spent the week-enwith Kvanville, Ind., ami other points. left Monday for hor home in Lexing-ten- . Mrs. II. C. Pollard, on the Danville There will be 'preaching at the rond. Christian church next Sunday by the Miss Margaret Uackley, who has Mrs. W. A. Farnau and ion, Ken- pastor, alto union survic4 at this been petuling several days in Lexing- nedy, returned Sunday from a months church Sunday evening. Mr. Hour-lanwill conduct this service nWu. ton and Georgetown, is again with motor trip to the St. Lawrence nnd her neice, Mrs. J. I. Hamilton and Thousand Islands. They accompaniMr llnm.lton. It is plain to be seen that tho ed Mr. Hanks Hudson and family, of of N'ew York is not a politician. Danville. Wnylnnd, Mrs. Ilermiin Uussoll Ho used $8,000 of his own salary to who has been spending two months Mrs. 11. K. Walter, of U'Xington, pay state hills. with her mother, Mr. W. Ashborn v "t n- - Mi" Ethyl nnd MnymeJ I ....1,1... nf. ...I Price, left Wednesday for her homo Walter. Mr. Walur !i.i-- . a host ot tlcals is to select mm whom we conin Wilson, Okln. friends in Lancaster who are always if who think her cede to be bitter than ourselve Mrs .A. H. Klkin ki.vmI through glad to see her ami there are nnj Lancaster lust Saturday morning, on visit should be more frequent her way to Versailles, where jhe will viit for n few days, hur swtor, Mr, l.ula Johnson. d ami-MrsHal-lar- d. d India-napolis, nt chil-dren, I Miss Ruth Kelley Is spending the Mu Mary Clark, of Lexington, guest of Miss Willie summer with Miss Agnes Pollard. was the week-vn- d Mae Ilourno. Mr. ami Mrs. '.. T. Rice nnd family, Mrs. Price Uodrne had an her guest of Richmond, spent Friday in Lanthis week, her sister, MIm Kugenia caster. Pollard,' of Marksbury- Mr. A. V. Huyler, of Florida, spent Hedfonl, the week-enMr. Auther Hright, of with Mr. Haydcn Intl., has been the guest of hit cous- Leave)!. Christian d d or . Fiber or canvas covered Trunks, large box, heavy corners, brass trimmed, lock ami fancy paper lined, regular 10.00 values, only ..$7.50 PUMP SATJSFACTION Swivel Valve The Pump. The Pump that staya sold. Regular price. 3.75 $2.98 Sale Price 3 T3 Miss (Irace Comloy ami Mr. and Mrs. John Murphy, of Indianapolis, motored from their homo anil arc guesta for n few days of relatives and friends .n the county. Miss Lena lloatty mid MiM l.ula Hlackey, of Heattyville ,ure spending a week In Lancaster at Mrs. Mary Logan's. Miw Huntty is under the mre of Dr. J. A. Anion. I Gasoline 25 BUY 3 9S a zi GOOD GLASSES 6 e aN t 3 for 25cts. Cotton FROM US 3 Regular 50 cent Tire Patches 35cU. MEN'S COLLARS a s ) 2 til o Crash, regular 10 cents value, Snle Price 5cU. per yd. pound Bust Pin-IIua- Gootl Towels, 3 for 10 inch unbleached 25cts. c 3 Vi 3 tn d Groen Ton, pur of Portlund, Oregon, hut been visiting her uncle, Mr. Joe Hurnsule and family. Mrs. Lnundram w.ll be remembered here u Miss Hertha Ilurn4ile. Mrs. Jim Landrum, mil TflWT "" We Have F orced The Price Down Show your appreciation by giving us your Same PRICE us DANVILLE and LEXINGTON of them Arrow brand at 5ct. each. To close out about 10 dozen mun's high grade Collars, most o 50ct. r? it o3 a p ft n n-- rr F ? One 30.00 2nd. hand Refrigerator, 80 pound ico capacity, only $15.00 lies i Miss Clara lluyden, Mi Clevelaml. botli of Lexington, and Mr. Kenneth (Nrdner, of limiting ham, Ala., were dinner guvsU Sunday of Mr. and Mm. Luther (itbbs, M.sj Helen Ciultay and Miss Mit tie Dunn were guest last Tliursduy at a dinner given by Mr. and Mr. L S3, patronage. Crown Gasoline. Quality Guaranteed. :I Polorine Oil. First-Cla- ss We carry a good line of SCHOOL SUPPLIES, FANCY CANDIES, FRUIT, Fresh fish every Friday and Saturday. COLD DRINKS AND WATERMELONS. Wo want your eggs, butter, meat and lard nt market price. We sell for cash. Work O tt of Miss Kdna (iulloy, of Winnepeg. Mr. William He venue tuilll, ..K.l lll'tir t.lTAlllK,uii, ..... I I. ...... in iiuiiu, 1.. . j SANDERS VARIETY STORE THE RED FRONT LANCASTER, KY. Klnnuird, who is m service with hendiiuar-- l tcr In Lexington, spent the week-- , end with his parents, Dr. and Mrs. . II Mntilit tit.nili. nntiir.l the T CONN & CONN LANCASTER. KY. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky.. Thursday Aug 17, 1922 RYE IS FAVORED AS COVER CROP Kentucky Farmers Will Sow Large Acreages When To. bacco nnd Corn Are Harvested Cite, Old Soil Now Lift the near future through the use of winter cover crops which will be seeded this fall nnil turned under in the spring for the purpose of ml. ling humus to the land, according to It. is all true every word of the news that's Ki Stephenson, soils extension speciaround about Firestone mileage rrc-o- r College of Agriculture, alist of the ' nd the phenomenal sales that have live will be the principal crop used result' for this purpose, many farmers havChances are you really haven't heard the ing made arrangements to sow the lull story of the wonderful success of Fireseed as coon as their tobaci'o, soy stone Cords. We'd like you to call and get beans, cowpens or corn are harvested the acttut facts. That is one sure way to Farmers who turn these cover crop, make your next tire porch.' u logical busiunder in the spring for green manure ness buy. Well explain the blending nd will obtain n number of benefit thru tempering of rubber double the addition of humus, which is the cure special Firestone nnd the air-bgreatest single node of badly worn processes. soils, he declares. btirg matt tvrrywhrr wit) Th unusuat m)U stir yoi amMikin ts mluc th opvraiinc cutis of your "Kxhnusted soils do not contain own f. the bacteria that live and multiply A oil on ut onfalls no obligation. Ot th IMot Ji in the presence of humus and add -J- IvUi th iliturxrt thr Colds at (ovaring by life to fertile ikiIIs," Mr. Stephenson HiirsMsr tril. Tlin yuH N coovlrMrJ that Most Mil p Dollar mrans what it pointed out in 'explaining how th yt. Drop in Any Timr depleted soils of the state would be KAOHIC COKD benefited by .cover crofts that are Most Miles U.I i'JH MIH RxaUflltf nut "These bacteria turned under. Slit JOiJS OMStti "Ws . . It) Mil ANHCUaCR-DUSCINC- - ST. LOUIS MM cause manure and crop residues to nit SSI Mil H.S decay and give up the elements that last Mil '1S 111 contribute toward crop growth. In Bottling Co. addition, this process also 'make the DUtrlbutort mineral portions or the sou more Crab Orchard, Kentucky available. "Humus also performs n imper tant service in Improving the physl cat condition of the soil. Silos that the reason they read about crim' PRISONERS are rich in humus are mellow and nnd other sordid happenings. H6w GUM-DIPPE- D chief clerk believes any bad friable and till easily while the hum Are Easier Disciplined in Pen ever, the that may be caused from us alo absorbs rainfall and holds It influence By Rending Newspapers 4 the reading of crime is more than until times of drouth. On the other hand, this same material promotes overcome by the prisoner's learning Newspapers, circulated within the of the good In the world. "While good drainage during times of sur walli of the State Reformatory, nt they do read about crime," he said, plus much of their fertility. "Perhaps the greatest value of Frankfort, tend to keep the prisoners "they also "read about the good things the fair. Clay GUY. humus comes from the plant food quiet and exert a big influence in the world, too." Mr. nad Mrs. J. P. Foley entertainMr. Wm. Karnes t improving. towards discipline, Is the view of W. wi.il.. .!, .,,!... Hl.mrv rnntnin " contains, coming as u uoesMrom ed the past Friday wtiii an elegant Real partial decay of plant and animal H. Fuller, chief clerk in the olTice of Mr. John Poswildssm ts visiting dining in honor of Mrs- Charl e Tut- Law about 2,500 volumes, the convicts the product, it contains the elements Richmond relative. Warden Henley V. Bastin. Money to loan on farm. show a preference for newspapers tle, ef Cannon. Ky. The following Practically 500 newspapers arc cir. over other forms of literature, Mr. such as nitrogen, lime, phosphorous Mr .and Mr. Kdd linker were visi accepted their hospitality and spent List your farm for sale privand potasiium that are necessary be tors in Danville .Sunday . culated among the prisoners dally, Fuller said. an enjoyable day: Mr. and Mrs ately or at auction. fore heavy yields can be obtained." Mr. Fuller said, and arc read eager Mr. and .Mrs. Turn Yantt attended Henry Tuttle, Mr. and Mm. Tom Office over J. W. Smith's Store. Iv news, advertisements, women's the Stanford Fair Friday. Turner, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Turner and page nnd all. One prisoner acts aij M. S. Mr. Joe Hrewer, of Nina, vWted children, Mr. ami Mrs. James Yantis, (iat l. most expensive on tne iir-atina sent for the papers. He distributes Simon Tankertey and .Mr. and Mrs. Jams Ya litis Thursday McadaniM table or in the dental cha.r papers and collects from hi sub' t.ie Sri Pace in Three Farm Practical night. HATFIELD John Kldd, Misses Liter Turner. Motscribe rs. I, K .Mr. ICny muter and little ton, ile and Kthel Harnes. Anna Mae ..I The practice of allowing prisoners .1. .J. Hilton county farmers are setting DENTIST were MUiri recently of Mrs. Willie and Mo.rs. Cleve Clark and I'nt to read newspapers, .Mr. Fuller said, the pace for those in all other coun Office ovar Tli Garrard Bank. Turner. has been in vogue for about a year Kentucky In it least three im Kinder. limi'.ed Practice Phoots Offica 5. Ratldonco 376. ties of and during that time n great change LANCASTER, agricultural practices, accord- Muter Morris Harper, of Madison, to diagnosing and - KENTUCKY. portant a report has been noticed in the convict.. .ng to made by Italph Ken- - pent the post wek with Robert and correcting defect Heretofore, according to Mr. Fuller, ney, crop extension specialist of the Gene Ilrewn. of Kyetight by they became boisterous at night anil College of Agriculture, upon hi re Mr. Carrie Davidson, of Lancaster tittmg the of VETERINARIAN. tt was dilYlcult to crub the noise. turn from n recent soybean tour held sfHt the wek-vn- d glasses. with Mr. and Colls Ansrrd Promptly Daj oi Now, however, they spend the evein that district. The county is said Mrs. V. T. Sutton. DANVILLE. KENTUCKY. nings in reading the happenings of to have more soybeans growing in the Nlfht. Phono 3t? Mr. Dell Kidd was the guest last Opposite Gilchcr Hotel. the world, their only connection with MINERAL DIRECTOR same row with corn than any other week of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. OsTIco Hours 8 to 12 and 1 to S p.ao. KENTUCKY LANCASTER. which being through the newspapers. county of the United Mate, mure Peace, of (.aneaster. Onir Over National Hank. Some persons have cutiten J.. J, Mr. limestone has been used n the county .Mioses Anna Mue and Litis Hro.nl Fuller asserted, that newspapers ex- Residence i'hone 3. Otllce Phone 27 than in any other of the same iie dm were visitors Tuesday of Mr. and (LANCASTER, KY. ert n bad influence on convicts for! white Fulton county In the state Mrs. Mareus White. farmers have adopted the practice of Mr. and Mr. Hoy Prather and sowing a peck of Japan cluver on spent the day Sunday with Mr every acre of grass land each year. Dur.ng the last three year' them and Mrs. Itayniond Turner. Mrs. Nell Taylor, of Lancattur, tnree tilings, nnve become rommoii farm practices, uhera they were was the guest the ut Meek of of George and Frank HrowU practically unknown before that time. The recent tour, which was held by Mr. Ceorge Stormcs, of Texas, wus County Agent O. I.. Cunningham for the visitor the past week-enof his I WILL SELL AT PUBLIC OUTCRY ON the purpose of showing nterestrd relatives, Mr. and Mrs. Win. Lane. persons what farmers of the county Mie Clam Harris and Uertie Mue were doing toward building up their Calico were visitors Sunday of M sses soils and carrying out recommended Flonnie Mae and Savannah Ijwie prnct.ees, covered a route of 30 miles MIm .Mattie lleulah Cobb, of the through the county and attracted Lexington road has been the attrac farmers from four adjoining coun tive visitor of Miss Laverne ties. Fields of alfalfa, Japan clover AT TEN A. M. JHARP and other clover were common along Mr. and Mrs. Joe Itandolph and the roads taken on the tour while laughter. were guests The farm known ns the Herbert Scarbrouh place, containing practically every Held of com which last week Fay, of Texas,Mrs. Alford of Mr. and was passed had soybeans grow.ng in I'oynter. 281s acres of number one jjood SANDSTONE land. This land the same row with the corn at one o'clock p. m. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Harrison and Placard. were pouted along the has been rested for quite a while. The man who buys this line of the tour to point out striking family, of Ludlow, are visiting Mrs. 35 Head of bred sows and gilts 35 land, even If he has to ko in debt n little, or one-hal- f, can pay things being done on the various Ilarrion's sister, Mrs. Kdd linker nnd farms. On the farm of Knech 11 r own Mr. Ilaker, put with the first good crop. 10 Head of open gllts-Mnear Fulton, a poster told itassing Mr. ami Mrs. Ijine had for their Improvements consists of three room house nnd n tobneco I fanner that the entire farm had been Sunday guests Mr. and Mrs. Forest 20 Boars 20 tilt.. ..1 ti nnlli... .... tk.. f Calico, Mr. und Mrs. Alford I'oynter barn thnt will house four ncros of tobacco. Plenty of fruit on Lne Nugent, near Fulton, showed and children. 80 HEAD OF STOCK HOGS 80 that 100 acres of the IH0 in the farm place, Mr. and Mrs. Milton Ward, Mrs. POLAND CHINA SHOW PIG GIVEN AWAY were growing legumes. Later ilunng C. It. Henry and children, Messrs. This fnrm is situated on Paint Lick creek, one mile front the tour the farmer. paed the farm Crover nnd Tom Ward attended the FREE ON DAY OF SALE! x Mill and about four miles from Hound Hill. Known of Drew Hacon, near Hickman, where Stanford Fair Thursday. iiradshnw WE WILL GIVE ABSOLUTELY FREE to the the total of .100 acres of corn on the and little Mrs. Charlie Tuttle pruttieHt K'irl, from 15 to 00 year old, on the Krountln furm hud soybeans planted in the laughter, Jay, after a visit with Mr. nil over the county as "All Grease Hollow." one of our Poland China show pls. Votes may he same row with the grain. On the and Mrs. J. I'. Foley, have returned Come ami buy this place, it's a good home for some one to farm of CtTarlc ohtained nt ONE CENT each at the Park and the Alexander, near to their home at Cannon, Ky. Corner Druir Store In Danville now and on the Jordan, .'100 acres of the 100 in thu dccumulntc good money. Harnes, of grounds on Halo day. The jrirl receiving the mont Mr. und Mrs. Frank farm were found to be growing le votea will be presented with the pljr after the State Terms will be reasonable and will be made known on day gumes. Many other farms were 1'olnt' eLavcll, Mr. und Mrs. Simon Tniikersley and baby were visitors Fair, or we will pay $50 for the pljr and take it hack. passed two of sale. Purties desiring to look over fnrm, enn call at place of the on which at least one orbeing Sunday of Mr. und Mrs. Wm. llarne. three practices were Mr. uud Mrs. Wm. Walker, Messrs. carried out. nnd will be shown same. The "High" dollnr gets it. C)ay Reynolds and James It. Anion A total of ISO farmers of the county will fatten their hogs this full in were six o'clock dinner guests Wedan economical way by turning them nesday of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Tuttle. into fields of corn and soybeans, Ohc mile on Perry vlllc pike Mis. Carrie. Maud and lleulah County Aget O. L. Cunningham told Voter and Carrie Sutton were visitors Phoae 7701 DANVILLE, KY. the farmer during the course of the the past week of Mr. Patience Owner and Auctioser tour. Prlchett, of Stanford and attended In 15 need a thirst to H entov Everywhere Ifbu don't New life will be put into worn soils on "hundred of Kentucky farms Get Your Share of Extra Mileage IT gum-dippi- ag Budweiser per Dollar OUM. .... Crab Orchard Jirestone Sold by CORDS Green And Walker Estate Fulton Farmers DR. oii(i.Miriuisr BYRNE Dr. Printus Walker J. A. Beazlev 3i chll-Ire- PUBLIC SALE PUBLIGSflLE BIG Men-darn- d TYPE POLAND Saturday. Aug 19th 192? CHINA HOGS. Saturday, Aug. O 19, BRADSHAW BROS W. T. KING The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky.. Thursday Aug 7, 922 1 1 MOISTURE CAPACITY American Legion News hi- - Though the $800,000 expected to left after the paying of adjusted compensation to New Jersey war Organic Matter in Any Form Is veterans cannot be ued for n hospital men, the for dfoahled ol Much Benefit. Activities ef Bacteria Largely Dependent on Supply of Decaying Material Food and Air et Great Importance. Oov. AmeietiH I.clon hiM pe al MMinn of Kdwarrt." t rail th lejtflture to pprprint.' a unl-lMmmint. ' The WpMal wmiM be olalr nwned n4 atnte Hpernteil nnd or who served men tlixuMeti dUnbleil ilnce nnd have wouhl W el.Rlble fur admittance. oti-ffre- OF SOIL INCREASED Garrard National Farm Loan Assn Fcdcial Farm Loans; RATE OF INTEREST CENT. 5V rHerd PER ar For information see G. B. SVVINEBROAD, Secy-Trea- s. ti'rrrii tr ib vmu.i Bicycle Tube was made. was back In the days before the automobile when the first G &. J Today the G tSi J Automobile Tube like the automobile itself nets better every year. It you want proof try out a G &. J Tube in competition with any other tube no matter what the class, price or name. G fit J Tubes help your casings give better service. THOS. PIER ATT Price i on 0 & J Pattcnuer CarTiret and Tuha, eflectix May Rth, , the mtr-fa- r hming been included. are not subject to war-tax- In addition In lidding plant fixjd to the mil nnl Improving It texture, mutter, supplied by crops, stable' manure, or In any other form, nihts greatly to the ntolstiirr-hoMIn- c rnclty tt lino tx'on shown, say tln United State Department of Agriculture, Hint while K'l immiihN of Mind enn liold only 25 pounds of IHiiimls of wilier und H rluy M.xitind. ttm same weight of humus or decaying organic mutter will hold 1I" pound. Clay soil containing orsnnlr matter l more friable than similar roll Winn the without organic mutter. organic oiHttir Is entirely remoi-tin rluy ri'tiMinn ronimrt during When llio or and thawing. gunlc matter I returned tin1 soil rnn?. Wn nfter Jat n tho original Soil. .Vol only do ihe higher plant grow better In n Mill rich In orgunlr mat' trr. hut Hit' art!vltlf of the oll nrr largely dependent on tin? sup ply of tleeiiylng vegetable matter. Thru- - luirteriu need fool and nlr. Their food l tin- - ih'iid vegetable matter, which they brenk down and mnke hiiIIiiMi tit the Iilirhrr Hunt . Most licniMflul hnrterln um air and Hi In they tlnd niori' nhundnntly In n foil supplied mIiIi organic matter than In Miff cloy In sandy soli Kir In It. there la air enough, hut the uihlttlon o( humus Ii'Ia to hold moisture ami o Item-li- t the bacteria an well as the hlchiT I'liinlii. green-nia-nurd frit-zinhue-tirli l AtiMuKur. li ) t)trtmtni liimc A number ef Richmond, Vn world wnr veteran have to far been un able to establish their claims for com-- j pcnation although all arc suffering! from wounds or slcknea due to war time military service. The men have been "adopted" by a local unit nuxillnryi of the American Legion which is providing them with. necessities and medical attention. Farm and Home News From Over Kentucky mother 0. flergdoll, America's mot fnmous slacker, ha written her appeal from the finding of n Washington, I). (. Judge who illsmissed Mr. IlergdoH's petition asking for the return of $l,r00.000 worth of property seized by the Alien I'roper-t- y Cutodian. No ren.on was given for the withdrawal. The government seized the property as it was unable to ascertain what belonged to Herg-do- ll nnd what belonged to his mother. Mm. Kmma C. Dergdoll, of Orover Uichmn l. Mrs Sarah H. Turner and iiauenirr. r.na, .ur ana .tirs. ... i. DRY MASH HOLDER FOR HEKS u' T Dunlin was in Danville Turner and threp dauirhters. Kthel , Mae. Klma ll!l and I.unlle, of Kirks- - Device Takes Up No Fleer Space, but Is Easily Accessible Also .j aUll enliae.l to iU He and Mrs. Uuw N. Tlwrnp- Sutton is Holds Water. : .Mr. ami m ui .tarktiry .ir. i. mm with a lame foot. I Long and um. Willie and daugh Rel(!t!.cc The ne S.'i. Office Phone 18. In n dry mnsh Mr Lutker Hurdette bought Kelley and' holder for iultry ! ronrhed In the ter IV .e .Mrs hay for f 13 per Un. .... i imUiy daug'Ur I 'an, ..f Ijtoeaster At device shown below The slnti open Mr. W. T. DoaMn, who has been f clay t'11 guests took' to recede the iiiiiIi nnd the hotlom IT I wtth bolls on her foot ha ' ' honorce of the frame when cloeil makes a rar'r. w s1- rg Ftiard to keeplhe hens from throwing rrriiv.rrd rt'urrs the feed out of the bo. The feeder 4r. Wat. Hlanks awl y take tip do ItiMir room, hut Is aM49McHt tWe fair at '. crossings and crossed without taking urfelhlo to the fowls hecause ns possible. Autoists More s 'e f.. T jrday. any precaution whatever. that hold It tii etteml fur- f fr' K4. Ctark )mi a lot Mr Crossings "It takes very little of one's time "Compensated adjustment, back to make sure that no trains arc apinr. t fruit whH the helf .n ' pay, or whatever it may be called," That drivers of automobiles are proaching before crossing railroad rulUd. is sure to be as much an issue in the becoming more careful is borno out Mrurs. lUymuiMl I Win and I.im congressional races this year as in by a recent check made In Kentucky track," says a statement issued by the Southern, "and it is hoped that Koirrr went to ltiMNond an ll t. i 1U20, declares the Cincinnati Knquir-e- r by tho Safety Department 01 the you, Mr. Autoist, will ever bear in. t visit friend. Sunia in an article about Kentucky. Ueer Southern System. mind the warning that is displayed Mr W T. DooUh sold a.. ut is named ns the second, subject at At three dilTcrent crossings on the throughout the country, 'Cross Cross-- f I ( hay to Mr. Mryers, issue. were ings Cautiously,' and never be listed Dixie Highway, observation .t.r. at It 1.80 per ton made this month' with the following as crossing tracks without taking due Looking buck at their happiest mo- practices noticed: Mrs Ana Swotte boa returned t. thought of the danger. It is by far ments in service, an American Legion r hum m lloyle cmiHty after ai Number of vehicles before cross- wiser to be careful than to ignore nny Mother-To-E- e, d post n Washington, I). C, ha . :. n irj visit t rolaliVM here ing tracks. many precautions neccwury." assembly calls and for the next ing tracks 221; number where driver of the Mr and Mrs. Hd Hednffcn a I few months will sound only mess looked in one direction 354; number and Of what use is a pipe dream withlrn. MsMlvrs Wittlam IlUOH llra. I Instead of holding regular where driver looked in both direc- out n light? call. fttntlU MtlaaJ Iko Punl nut meetings the men will holi tions 055; number where driver cross, tn nil jMr , a T r. rf.l m. reunion not IklHtiHy at Ml. Hebron J Why do people persist In culling field dinners. 1r .1 . ed without tak.ng any precautions niMniinl inolliirs. u m ' r.mm m.K m lM; tilhi Unm yo,s, :U1, all 58; number crossed at speed exceed- them "lost souls?" They know only an .. nrr in honor of her husWnnd d.- v as HMl, too well where they ore. Perfect Dry Mash Hclder. Dr. J. It. I'atton, U. S. Veterans' ing twenty miles per hour 28. urt U H freednm 'i The bouBttful dinner t months toll hy lla' Hureau attache, has been transferred This check discloses that ono driver .i .... f iflu. u..illttf whlh n feu Inehes to support ulso an .i nrd The radio craze is still u craze, " 7 Irtanr4 ior Mm jwvshis Ilullington, Vt. out of every four actually stopped to perch, on which the hens from the bureau j nlli:htllig but It Is confined principally to those rr.l fr- o- Ike be.uUful lWH Un- - lbH.Wl. of Manual ' office following charges of the Ameri-ca- n make sure that no trains were apcan Kiiuid while intltig. The snmo who want to make money out of it. the shad trmw oh Monl JUice Lttlls arrhos. you c ir hav that Hrrniigeinent. hut with n shorter box, Legion that I'atton used " proaching before crossing the tracks, irwH ssnfrmi iidiiilruhly to hold the Mr lm. of GoorgoUMVH Colls, wiuld tactics id dealing with sick 07 per cent looked In both directions If the weather man will obligingly '"' pull or fountain. I'nrm Jour- and wounded veterans who applied to iin.l H7 hit rent looked In one diree- - predict a severe winter it will help to priMieh nt th ucni ,,1,7,1,11, eitwt In IhU scltHteo. t water In announc- j tlon before crossing trucks, while only some, with no coal hi sight. We horn for examination. wond Sttndny In September. He' w, shown tbo way. It van no who nal. . x nativo of China ami to be nrst pnMlc.l the groal rmvlr.ing Dr. I'atton' change of duty D- i per cent failed to consider care at know how to take his predictions. " )lw. C. J. HartLOOSE HAY HARD TO HANDLE irector Charles It. Porbe, ead of the "Mrthef Krld . tfrnn-, amtritious, young Mat und scr,Btoi. IM taya bureau, stated transfer was "for the r com-- , be wolewmml ngln t ttlil. anr iir.t In. clillilr.n I lis-- l Use of Press Makes It Comparatively good of the service.' ' uxr. "Unit. ilul.iu. m.In.iiuviM.. il IM11 th'T Matter to Store and City I""! nllti Mr mI l I ; Transport. Mr oiid Mrs. W. I. Doolin attend-la.l la. tlillilrrn ! n mil M4lir'. nur.. ' t --rSo tunny violations of (lag et.quctU' I lie n.l null hail r-- rr: I "I h of .Mrs. Tuggle, of limiw or n. Ilmr la f ! Umim hny Is a bulky product nnd ex. were brought to the attention of M.e lilt ttu na.H'l 'tr sltk Tugglsii B..jle county Thursday. Mr. flllfcu luluut...' treixely dlltletilt to handle In largo Hazelton, Pa. American Legion and family Nvm! here many yoM ami "Molher'a rrletid1' l ppllol Mtsrn- - Hiiihtltlos. Ilefore the practice of the organization has appointed a con lus L mill litlVS are well" ktieun In this community o.li v tut itluliuiian " "S preMng hay Into bnlea bemtno comUll " to of.I It .aUU tho inusle and llsstios.mlrtLK.i- - mon It was dllllrtllt nnd expensive to ni it tec to enll and Instruct the vu'a Thnr friend here regret t . . 11.. f. .tjui'i.w ..ii..n.. .iN.1.1. tors in the proper display of the ll.ig panu isisnjr. ttie httfimventent of the family. I rn import this fetil exivpt In the It lontaln no narrotUa I or harmful loading It 011 wagons and haulof II n autlStl Ii la Tho fwllowiHg were the guostis who More than half of the 500 wound' Avoid .tif., Thiarn useless Kroasoj somo- - ing It to a neurhy town or city. An a ed veterans in Walter Heed hospital met Uot Thumlay l celebrnte the tute. by tho tiukuow- - result, the nialter of supply and 1 hiM recommundwl . -b.rthdy nnnlversnry of Mr. IaNsr j at Washington, I), C, have underwas ipilte largely local, nnd Mo,ilcr'a Krlcnd" la aold by Mr. ami Mrs. Nathlel Whittakerl jruggijis thore whs wide vnrlntlon In gone blond transfusions. The men nd rh.ldreii, Mr. nnd Mrs. It. K. link fAf nu,iu tt nntrti M. prleea offenMl III different lKiilUles. It who volunteer for the most part are -.- T;..' Willi the coining of Iho buy premt. r .i .i.i, and daughter. Mr at. M 'JAi.;"-""- ? American Legion member who have In Mt. ( hnrle ( ott .n, and diiUK'iter, i:; ' ." wJl'Il twliuui ilTs. uTtV wan possibleeasily put hay Jnto htilea obtained work around tho hospital ns bundled, greatly were which H e Mne, Mrs J A Cotton, Mr an I spate mitilrcd for 11 glten ambulance drivers, clerk, spec ul !.. s N Turner an I son, J ( , f j McROBERTS DRUG STORE niiiount the liny, and making It Miklhte police, etc. Thu only renumeriition of to transHirt bay for long dlslameH nt these veterans take for giving their blood to their comrade is n ten 1I11) costs width were not prohibitive. leave to recover. who tries. Achievement is gained by the CAMAS POISONOUS TO STOCK YOUNG When the Oklahoma American LeThe fruition of your dreams and desires comes at the Heaviest Losses Caused Among Sheep gion take over Itartiesville fur it ENJOY IT IN AFTEK LIFE end of an effort to achieve them. Flocks Deadly Species Are annual convention that city will pre life in comYoung men who would enter the decline of Now Recognixed. In the achievement of success in business the sent typical nccne in Paris. The fortable circumstance should begin to nave now. first step is a bank account you cannot establish a nrr citizens Of Itartiesville have arranged saving I a savings acPiiitli enliias, of whlili llicn The approved modern method of to decorate its stores and streets so line of credit with creditors without it. four principal seelc In the range count In tho home bank. country of I he Wet. afihoiiKli eansliig that tho former service men will think men and young women to Join This bank Invite young Young man, if you hope some day to be at the heali'st tnsoes among sheep, are nlso themselves on the boulevards und In its fany of savings depositor. head of your own business, come to our bank today of the French cnpitol. ptdsonotis to Iiitwh mid rattle. Under the shop may One dollur opens n savlncs account, and any mm rnnge rondlltoim 111 tie lire Kveti Ilartlesvllle' river will be reand start your account. Take the first step. Then be deposited thereafter. HUotietl. lloreM ure frequently inude named the Seine. when you aro ready take the second step. rure. A few ciiom sick, but deaths me lire known where eron have lut'n You cannot climb a hill without taking the first The Legion nt Fort Md'howon. fatally Hdsoins b) the wivd. Children Neb., has 150 bushels of potutoes on step. Unw eaten the bulbs out of curiosity OF LANCASTER. nnd ndulls hne Eathixetl the plunt, hand which it will sell plus freight, 10.8. The iiilstuklng It for the edible lego. The to uny member of the S. C. DENNY, Cn.hier. United Stoles Ienirtiiietit of Agricul- potatoes were grown on an acre of BANK. NATIONAL remedy for poi- land, the work of planting and curture Una not found but the dead' ing for the plot being done entirely soning by death rniunn, Roll Bonk ly species are nvv rcvogtilicd, tad by members of the post. ranchera tnuy safeguard their flock. MAKKSBUKY J r. e - 4hter !er-fiftl- To fill the big gap in the wounded veterans' life between the time he leaves the operating room nnd returns to ! home, the American Legion at Wildwood, N". J., has open-e- d llle.ssed Haven, n retreat for conmen. The haven valescent was built and w.ll be maintained post of the Legion, Hyron Pennington Croker pot. established priThe retreat wa. marily to take from the hospitals those veterans who have completed their treatment but who arc still too weak to return to their homes. The Croker post recuperation hnven Is the only one of its (cind in the State. Since its; being put on an operating banis, however, other Legion posts are considering similar Tctrents. These will be placed in the more thickly populated sections in. order to bring the wounded men an near their homes e tree more than paid for the cost of all spray materials used in treating j the entire orchard of more than 100 trees. Lyman Threlkeld, a Crittenden, A total of 104 county Oldham county farmer living near Sheridan, farmers are enrolled in the "Better this year Increased the yield of wheat' Sires-UcttStock" campaign being on his farm at the rate of 12.5. conducted throughout Kentucky by bushels an acre by using limestone' the College of Agriculture extension and acid phosphate, he has reported j division, County Agent Gordon II. to County Agent J. It. Spencer. Aj Nance says. They have agreed to field that had been trented, use nothing but pure-bresires in nil by this method yielded n total of 'JOo! their breeding work. bushels of grain whereas it had never Plans ore being made to interest yielded more than 7S bushels before. more Allen county farmers in dairyJohn McCoy, a Grayson county ing, County Agent A. M. Allen snya. farmer living near Shrewsberry, who More than 200 persons Interested in co.operated with the College of Agri- the movement recently attended four culture extension division and Coun- meetings held hi connection with it. ty Agent It. W, Scearce in conductThe county s especially adapted to ing a spray demonstration on his ordairying, Mr. Allen says. chard, has succeeded in idiowlng farmers in that section of the State With the buffet cars abolished, the value of controlling fruit diseases railroad companies are putting libra nnd insects, County Agent Scearce' ry cars on their through trains. Hut says. The penches sold from one' the books are not hollow. I e d W. 0. RIGNEY W. B. UICKKRS0N W. O. RIGNEV & CO. Funeral Directors dnd Embalmers Lancaster, Kentucky. l.rn-li't- Careful v At Railroad .ir ' 1 abol-ishe- i 1! Read This ,,, r-- , rr j, trj . it "hard-boiled- eoirl TXT&v I if -- J 11 fnrl ilr $ t't hr 1 ex-li- iil . , cvcr-wbcr- , SAVE MONEY WHEN mn 1 THE NATIONAL BANK CpHol $50,000. Honor Surplus $50,000. 11 CITIZENS The Central Record. Lancaster Ky., Thursday, Aug 17 1922 Mrs. Minnie Wilson Is Weddle I vliltlnj In Indianapolis. Mr. George TAPE DRILLS FILCS HINGES CATCHES B B Fleming county .Mrs. and son, of visiting his mother, 9 Julia Weddle. Mr. and Mrs. Knous Comb visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Andy Conn BOLTS FILES CLASPS tf&W? rf it! If It ! anything in the Hardware line you need we've got it. We keep up our stock. Furthermore, our goods are the very best. We sell known, reliable brands and stand behind every article we sell. Our prices are as low as good stuff can be sold for. Seeing and pricing our goods means buying them. Come in. OUR HARDWARE WEARS WALKER BROS. IWwIWn PAINT LICK Mr. J. C. Wheeler, it Marshall, Town, Iowa, if the guest of Mi. ; Bcnnle Metcalfe, of this place. MIm Nellie Scott and Miss Jessie' guests Mac Hammack, were week-enof Mr. and Mr. I!. F. Ilalston. Mr. and Mrs. T. K. Price enter-tnlne- d at dinner Sunday in honor of their guests, Mr. and Mrs. Kugcne Ilroaddus, of Danville and Mr. nnd Mrs. Nathan Cotton, of Kirksville. Many entertaining concerts, lec d SKESff "Itailm phone" constructed and operated by Mr. William L. Scott at his home. Mr. and Mrs. T. K. Price were chaperons of r'.dinir party Friday evening, given in honor of Mr, J. C. Wheeler, of MarshiM Town, lowo, who is the guest of M ss Uejinie Metcalfe. The partr consisted of eight couples. CARTERS VILLE Mr. Boone Conn continues very 111. is very sick at this tures, sermons, etc. from different Mr. C. Powell cities are beln received over the writing. Saturday nnd Sunday. Mrs. Susie Combs, who was operated on at the Koblnson Hospital was able to be moved home Saturday. Miss Hallie Carter, of Lancaster, has returned home after spending a week with her aunt, Mrs. A. R. Carter and family. Mr. and Mrs. J. - Pettis nnd daughter, I .aura ami Miss Frankle White, of Ilerea visited Mrs. A. It. C arter Sunday. Several from this place atended preaching at Leave!! Green Sunday, Mr and Mrs. C. It. Hoop and Mr. and Mrs. Mclvin Stenette were the pleasant guests of Mr .and Mrs. Hump Me. Querry Sunday, Sheriff and Mrs. Jas. Robinson and daughter, Miss Kttn, nnd Mr. ami Mm. Hubbard, of Lancaster, motored Loans to Cartersville Sunday afternoon and guests of Mrs. A. were the pleasant Made by Louisville Joint Stock R. Carter and family. Land Bank,organizcd nnd operating under the provisions of the Federal Farm Loan Act. In amounts from MT. HEBRON On im$'.',500.00 to $35,000.00. rate, Mrs. Maggie Tracct of Juilson, is proved farm lands. Interest the guest of her son, Mr R. L. Tracy. C per cent. Terms 33 years. PayMr. Jas. Johnson, of Lexington, ments on amortisation plan. No comhas been spending a week with rela- mission to pay. For full information address or tives here. rail on Tomlinson & Hays, Atty's. Quite a number of the men from this locality atended court at StanSale-Sh- ort ford Monday. Mr. and Mrs A. 0. Montgomery, Bull Calves of Huena Vista, Mtendcd services Ono Roan, 10 months old, one Red, here Sunday. 7 months old, hornless, one Red and Mr. and Mnt. Ollie Lane are very White, C months old. These calves happy over the arrival of a fine boy must be seen to know their quality. bora on Aug. Oth. O. K. Simpson, Call or write Mr. Guy Scott, of Toledo, Ohio, R. 3. pd.) Lancaster. spent from Sunday until Tuesday with hi sister, Mrs. Wm. Onitott. Mrs. Jesse Sherrow was taken to the Danville Hospital Inst week and School Notice operated on for appendicitis. She I All those who desire to enter the do ng nicely. I.ancatcr Graded School which Misws Daisy amK Lillian Duncan Sept. 4, 1922, living outside of spent last week with their cousins, the district, and those under the age Misses Kthel nnd Sallie 'Crawford, at of six or over the age of eighteen, Sulphur WelL whether living in the district or not, The next regular church meeting must pay tuition for whole nine will be on the 4th. Saturday after- months in advance. noon also services on Sunday morn (S-- 3 4U) Paul II. Boyd, Supt. I- ing nnd evening Miss Klva Jennings spent a part of last week with her uncle, Mr. J. H. Jennings, at Danville and attended the Stanford Fair. Mr. Morgan, of Louisville, made a very interesting speech at the School Auditorium here Saturday evening in behalf of the Form Uureau. On Aug. 28th. a series of meetings conducted by Rev. Manley and as-- s sted by Dr. DcGarmo, of Tennessee, Everybody will begin at this place. invited to attend. Mr. and Mrs. WesleyThompson and children, of Ilucna Vista, nnd Mr. and Mrs. Joe Duncan, of Brynnts. vllle, attended services here Sunday and were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harrison Dean. Mis Mollle Crawford returned Saturday from a visit with her brothers, Mer. Wm. and Jno. Crawford, at Sulphur Well nnd Lexington. She was accompanied home by her niece, Miss Nettie Lylc Crawford, of Lexington. DISPERSAL - OF - SALE REGISTERED Duroc Hogs AT HARRODSBURG, Farm Friday, Aug 25th. At Fair Ground at 1 P. M. HiniiiK made arrangements to move to Hnrrods-bur- b for the winter, I am forced to hold a dispersal sale of my h.ijr stock, consisting of . For Horn Bred Sows, Open Gilts, 4t K, Spring Pigs Durocs Lancaster Graded This offering consists of all the popular lines of Defenders, Taxpayers, Models, and Path- finder. My Pathfinder boar was Grand Champion nt the Kentucky State Fair, 11)21, and somof his produce are included in this sale. be-g.- Dr. T. L. Menauqh HARRODSBURG, KENTUCKY. Phones 179 or 239. DO NOT FAIL TO SEE OUR SPECIAL WINDOW DIS PLAY. mm Danville. Ky. WE DO NOT QUOTE COMPARATIVE PRICES; YOU Tuggle Mrs. Rowcna Tuggle, widow of the late William T Tuiricle, whose death occurred only a few months ago, evening about 0 died yesterday o'clock at the family residence two miles from Danville near the Perry-vlll- e pike. Mrs. Tuggle was in the seventy-eight- h Bourne Mr John E. Bourne, a former all sen of (Jarrard county, was found dsad In a rooming house at Cham palgn, III., at 12:30 o'clock Thursday, Aug 10th., 1022. Mr. Bourne had betn afflicted with a cancer on the face for the past two years. He had been at Champaign for treatment for seven weeks. He was married to Miss Mary T. Poltard forty-seveyears ago. Klght children were bom to them, two of whom, with the wife have preceeded him to the grave. He had been a resident of Dewitt, III., for twenty-Jiv- e years and was seventy-seve- n years of age. Funeral services were held at the Methodist church at Hewitt, 111., buri. nl following in the Dewitt cemetery. Among the relatives from a who attended the funeral were; Mr, ami Mrs. John Bourne and family, of Bellcllower, 111., Mr. and Mrs. Asa Tungate and family, of Belle. Ilower. III., Mr. and Mrs. Adams and family of Decatur, III., Mr. and Mr. Colwell and family, of Decatur, III., Mr. and Mrs. T I). Aldridge und son, of Gray.jnd. A friend. n dis-tan- ce ALONE SHALL JUDGE THE VALUES. year of her age and New Arrivals are Being Added Daily to Our ADVANCE SALE OF was a native of Wayne county. With her family she moved from Garrard to Iloyle county about four yearn ago. The funeral will be at the residence, known as the Tate farm, at 3 o'clock tomorrow afternoon and burial will be In Itellevue cemeteryShe had - New Fall Dresses THE COMING SEASON'S authentic modes presented by the foremost designers nnd oirerinj: the newest idea in ues. Dresses all the more desirable cause price. valbe- been life lonb member of the Hip. tist church and was a splendid woman who will be greatly missed among her friends and relatives. She is surviv ed by two itons, Messrs. Joe and Perry Tuggle, of thic county. Danville Ad. vocate. King After several months of constant sulTvrlng, Howard G. King, aged about 13 years, died nt his home on the Lexington pike, near Camp Nel son, last Monday night at 0.30 o'clock. Beside his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Kiiu'. he is survived by his widow and live children, three girls ami two boys. The sympathy of the community go out to them in the Iom of nn obedi. wit son, devoted husband and indulgent father. Huwnnl King was one of (inrrurd county's most progressive young fanners nnd wan very popular with oil, who were fortunate enuugh to know him. A large concourse of friends assembled at the grave in the Ijincas-te- r cemetery yesterday afternoon, where the interment took place, short services being conducted by Rev. Price T, Smith, of the Methodist church. of their extremely reasonable ' 1 ' ' 1 IN THE DISTRICT OF THE UNITED STATES FOR EASTERN DISTRICT OF KENTUCKY IN BANKRUPTCY In thu matter of (i. A, Abbott, Bankrupt in Bankruptcy. To the Creditors of this Bankrupt: Notice is hereby given that on Aug. Hth., 1022 the said bankrupt, of tancastcr, Garrard County, Ken tucky, was duly adjusted Bankrupt, nnd that the first meeting of his creditors will be held at the Court House tn I.ancastcr, Kentucky, on Aug. 10thy 1022 ut 2 P. M. at which time the Creditors may attend, prove claims, appoint a their Trustee, examine the Bankrupt, and transact such other business as may properly come before said meeting. Danville, Ky., Aug. 0, 1022. NKLSON D. RODES. The stylos are simply beautiful showing the new Rraidcd, Headed and Draped Sush Trimmed, combined with their low waist elfect. Jeweled anil Silk Hope Girdles, Oriental Embroideries and other beautiful trimmings complete these Dresses. s Hunters Beware 'We positively will not permit fox hunting or hunting of any character or trespassing on our farms. Any violators will be prosecuted. J. S. Schooler, Kdgar Price, W. A. Price, Joe Crisclllls, T. J. Price, It. L. Klkln, li. M. Lear, H. L. Darker It. P. Parson, Marlnda J. P. Hland, Asklns and Moberley, J. J. Sebastian, W. Aj. Moberley, Forest Calico, Davis Sutton and Hughes Bros., M. II. Turner, (Other names will be added upon the payment of 25 ctats) (tf.) Long-iwort- Satin Faced Canton Crepe, Canton Crepes, Crepe Romainei, Crepe Renee, Satin Caton, Novelties, in colors of Black, Navy, Brown and other Autumn Shades. $15.00 $19.50 $25.00 $29.50 $35.00 Referee In Bankruptcy. NOTE Creditors cannot psrticl. pate In the management of the estate of the distribution of assets un til they prove their claims on form required by the Bankruptcy Act, and file same with the Referee.