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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): September 7, 1922 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1922 cen1922090701_sn86069201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): September 7, 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 YKAR LANCASTER, KY., THURSDAY AFTERNOON. SEPTEMBER 7. 1922. CHEMICAL FIRE TRUCK SCHOOL OPENS Record Attendance Last Mon NUMBER . SAPIRO TO BE IN PERSONAL CHARGE OF WATTS CASE General Counsel of Hurley Cooperative Will Direct Prosecution of DamnKe Suit for Violation of Contract by Fayette Grower CIRCUITJCOURT To Close Saturday After Two BURLEY FORD MOTOR CO. DELEGATES Lrxnigton, Ky., Sept. 4 Aaron Sapiro, general counsel of the Hurley AsTobacco Growers' sociation ,CTT1 be personally In charge of the association's caie aicalnit Garrett WatU, Payette county farmer, when it come up In the ilourbon circuit court at the fall term, according to information given out at the association's office at Lexington. Mr. Saplro, who has been on a tour at the dark tobacco dutricU of Kentucky ami Tennessee, U in Lexington. Mr, Sapiro said that the California Legion to Officers Uean Growers' Association, another ha won The members of the Heldal San- of the Sapiro organization, ford Post No. 35 of Lancaster and a judgment for $21,000 against the lllndge Land Co in puny, a big bean- Garrard county, will in a short time be called together to elect officers growing corporotion of California, Rail for the ensuing year. It i the de for damage and coumel fee in a sire of all Legionnires in the county similar case, the company having to do that when the word goes out to as broken its contract to deliver iU proThe injunction granted the United semble to elect these officers that duct to the anociation. all service men In the county are States Government against striking "I consider It of vital importance," shopmen urged to attend as the Heidel San rail Mid Mr Sapiro, "that the few men Friday decreed. CONFERANCE a 1( eo chassis. who have violated their contract te ford Post is known throughout the among other., the following things State as one of the best little posts defendants may not do: The latter equipment wa purcha. deliver their tobacco be not allowed Change Local Minister to ed at a price of $3,800, equipped with to be found and In nrilnr tn They may not parade or hold mass thnt to get away with It. If they will two chemical tanks, hoe reel and 33 At Opera House This and Next record and still accomplish more work meetings to show-- how strong the not voluntarily keep their contract), MillersburK foot ladder, mounted on a I too Speed for the disabled veteran is to have a striking organizations are. there I a law in Kentucky uhkh Week bunch of real live wire for the of They may not encourage, or com compel them to ila o. rnend. wil Iregret to elarn that Wagon ChoMis, The equipment wa purchased thru Mr Sapiro said the California , Rev. Price T. Smith and family are this mand in any manner by letters, print Mnvlt picture patron will be fav- fleers. i. Quite a few , nreeven t leader in corporative marketing had to move next week to Millersburg, Kinnnirii Brothers, who have the ored with some extra .peclal features e- -" i.. "wnf """""""'i " w'Kcd oi ed matter, telegrams, telephone, word by the Hurley Ky., where they will reside for two agency for Iteo trucks. been much lmpn-ePr'ba"I candidates for the dif- - of mouth, or suggestion, or through at Boman's Opera House during the'" .aafi I I Tobacco Grower' Cooperative lereni on ices ana all of them are Interviews published in newspapers at least, thu move having been next week. capable of taking hold of the Legion or in any manner whatsoever, any soclatlon success and that 11. G. decided upon at the recent Confer Tomorrow (Friday) night, Wesley affairs in this county and will "carry' person to abandon employment or re Coykendall, head of the California ence of the Methodist church. Thee Mrs. Margaret Anderson Arnold, Barry, better . known as "Freckles" on" this great , I and honorable work. frain from working on any railroad. ...III riiune anil Apricoi urowers .sso-- i splendid people have made many aged 76 years ,mu "onuenui pic and relict of the late wl" They may not arrange with each elation, t coming to Lexington won wrm friend ince moving to Lan Full of The Legionaries of Lancaster are deM. Arnold. paed away at'turr' "Thl" Country Fair." to look Into the operation of the' carter, and through hi ministry, Mr, Thoma laut-'h- funniest comedy-Kin- termined that this year will be the other, or with any ojher person, to "'' the home of her daughter. Mrs. B. F.fun' banner year for the local post and interfere with railroads in the perburley association, which lor speed In hmith ha brought many tout to and Mr. King. Just over the!on ,ht" hoard toila'-lin- e organization, efficiency in operation Christ In this community Thursday nnd Friday evening. Sep. all service men, whether you have formance of their lawful business. in llovle count v. last Sundav' Joined this post or not, are urgently They may not Injure or annoy any He will be succeeded here by Hev and minimum coil ha broken all afternoon .after an illness of nearly tember Nth. und 15th., the greatest requested to hold yourself in readi employe .either while performing his or- -' II. W record in American Whittaker, who leave the one year. of all heart dramas, "Ten Nights in ganlzations. churche at Krlanger and Walton a Barroom." In this will be seen ness and attend this, the most im- duties or at any other time. She is by "It ha been little ahort of a mir- He together with hi wife and two Mr. Ben survived Mrs. six children, the best acting the world ha ever portant of all meetings when the exe- - The may not threaten, intimidate. King. Wm. Burnett. cutive committee fully decides on the commit acts of violence, apply oppro com- children will be heartily received here acle," wa Mr. Coykendall' Mr. Howard Withers, of Boyle coun. I known in the mightiest drama the night for said election, as this will brious epithets, jeers .suggestions of . . upon their arrival. Mr Whitaker I ment on the work of the hurley , ty and mt. tarne warford andi c,.,.. danger, taunt or entreaties toward ..ip,i.m..,i,. when told what had been a young man and a recent graduate , Messrs. Lec and Ashby Arnold, of gel me date. and come early. It. , any railway employe or officer. accomplished within a year' time. , of Kentucky Weleyan College. He this county. Two sisters, Mrs. Bet- They may not loiter near employes' mar-- 1 will occupy the pulpit in the local Mr Saplro ald Young tie Iindram ami Mrs. K. W. Morrow, place of work. ketlng i gaining all over the country, church next Sunday. Boy Buys Lot of this city, and Italph Anderson, of The marriage of Miss Susie Killian They may not aid, abet, direct or and especially among the tobacco We were in error when we stated encourage Texas, also survive. to Mr. Otto Young, both of this city, any person or organizagrowers. Following the successful Renewing The passing of this beloved woman, was solemnized at the Methodist par last week that the Royston lot was tion by letter, telegram, telephone, union of the growers of the south removes from Garrard county, where linage Tueday afternoon, Hev. Price Purcha!H,, b' Co' s- - Sanders. It word of mouth or otherwise to do and of Wisconsin and Connecticut,1 Old Acquaintances in Danville she was born ond reared, one of its T. Smith officiating. "a" nurcna;i "y nis son, uecll, any of the above acts. (Km nrniltlfr nt (nlijif-rIn ,)r- - Simp. Klkin, of Atlanta, paid most honored citizen. payment, with She lived in ,i Pn.uu..i The bride i a baantlfol voono who ha maJl' his t,B ., .i,.1 They may not trespass, enter or call the county practically all of her life, lady, her parents being called to thelmon,'y whi,ch, h hn'' enrned' aent go on the premicss of any railway proposition. Mr Saplro goes toThe A'lvowl He wa accom- - with the exception of the past a for any purpose whatsoever except for ?vml ,tittly ',aPcrs- Great Beyond several years ago. M.O tand September 13th. and 14th..( ',,,er','' """"..on. , when he moved to the home The groom is the son of Mr. and luatii-i- niiu us iuuie anil maniy in- - where the public generally Is invited to attend a meeting of tobacco men panied by his brother, Kditor Robert - Klkin, of I.ntira.iter. Dr. Klkin of her daughter, Mrs. II. F. King. Mrs. K. J. Young, and is a prosperous tie fellow- - as one ever meets. to come to transact business with the at Baltimore. stated that he had been a subscriber She was a devout and consecrated farmer. They will mnke their home railroads. September 20th. and 21st. Mr. They may not go singly or collecTheir many friends Saplro will be in Maine, advising the to The Advocate for the past forty member of the Christian church and in for many leaden in a movement to organize two yean and said that he wa afraid bership at years past held her mem- - wish them a long and happy life on About 75 teachers of the county tively to the home of any railroad Pleasant Grove. the sea of matrimony. One to top it, because he felt that it met nt the court house lat Saturday employe to Intimidate, threaten or a potato growers' association. Burial took place Tuesday morn brought him good luck. He grndu county in that state produces 25,000 afternoon nt the call of Superintend- coerce the employe or any member College with the ing in the Lancaster cemetery. Rev Baker-Ro- ss ent Abner, and incidentally to re- of his family. carload of potatoes a year and the ated from Centre Class of 1871 and after taking his Holder, of the Pleasant Grove church They may not encourage, direct or ceive their check for past' services. growers are starting a movement to Mr. and Mrs. Kd Baker announce Medical Course, went immediately to conducting the services nt the grave. An nddres by Mr. Keith, of the command in any manner, by letters, market their crop the marriage of Miss Kmma Baker to Atlanta nnd has grown up with that "Smooth the locks of silver hair, which they expect to spread all over Kastern Kentucky Normal, on "Build- printed circulars, telegrams or advercity and now stands at the very top On our mother's brow with tenderest Mr. Fred Ross on Saturday, Sept. ing Ideals," was the country, n the tobacco greatly enjoyed and tisements; employes to abandon posi2, 1922. Mis. Baker is a Garrard care, of his profession there. When he tions with the railroads. ably presented. done. has county girl and while she has never went to Atlanta, there were only Gather the robe in final fold They may not use, cause or conDirector of Warehouse Italph M. 37,000 inhabitant. in that now- - most Around the form so still and cold: lived here altogether she has many sent to the use of any funds of their Itarker is busy with preparations for Community friend. and relative in the county, prosperous city me Potior met a Lay on her bosom, pure as snow. labor organizations to promote any the establishment of the new receivThis office has just issued the cata. of the acts above. number of hi school-dnncquain The fairet, sweetest llowers that who remember her visits during the ing plant of the association. He grow. vnriou summers past and these will logues for the Bryontsville Commun tuner n ml alt were delighted to see will go to Ohio and Wset Virginia him. He will return to Atlanta to. Kiss her and leave her our hearts ue interested in Knowing about her ity Fair, which is to take place on Does next week, to look after the details marriage. Mr. Ross I. a Canadian Saturday .September 23rd. Nearly delight; Advocate, of plants at Gallipolis and Crown morrow evening. Danville Her pain Is over, she sleeps tonight." and is now located in Harlan, Ky., $500 in premiums is being offered City, Ohio, and Hurricane and Huntas a Coal Mining Engineer. Mr. and the cntalogue is an interesting Useful Citizen Passes ington, W. Va. He said that proMr. Church Notes and Harlan,Ross will make their home one. Kveryone is planning to see When a nerve Is pressed upon by I'ncle Zack Stewart, well known gress wait being made on the new in Ky this fair. plants nnd that all would be ready and uwful old colored citizen died The regular service will be held a vertebra In the spinal column It is for operation by the time growers rather suddenly last Monday morning at the Methodist church next Sunday, called n subluxation of the vertebra. Metcalfe-Wheel- er Picnic He was of the old prencning uoui morning and evening, will be asked to deliver their tobacco. of heart attack. The Chiropractor by adjusting this The Circle Girl members held n subiuxnted vertebra, school and wa very efficient in bot- by Hev. II. W. Whitaker, the new- The murriage of Miss Bonnie Met relieves the chairs and made tine basket, pastor Let every member be pres calfe, of Paint Lick, Ky., and Mr. delightful and enjoyable picnic on pressure on the nerve which run toming R. C. that are used throughout the coun- ent and give the new pcuor a hearty) J no. Wheeler, of Mnnhulltown, Iowa, the farm of J. K. Robinson last through it; by so Uolnjr he give ty by many of our farmers. was solemnized Tuesday afternoon, Thursday and during the day each nature a chance to build up the affect welcome. Home He will be misled from the com at 3 o'clock in the marriage polor, member finished a certain piece of ed part of the body . work, munity, a few there are who keep of ABSOLUTE AUCTION Your Bill at the homo A. the officiating minis-te- r, bazaar all of whichinwill be sofd at n Life energy is nerve energy. Stop to be held up the trade, to which "Uncle Zack" December Rev. J. MacClintock. of Rich-mothe normal flow of nerve energy und The City Council ha ordered me to J. On next Saturday, September 9th., was so devoted. the life force is hindered. Good Meeting He leaves a large family, who will cut off all water consumers who have The impressive ceremony was said at 3:30 1', M. the handsome home The Chiropractor relieves the pre, not paid for this service by Monday, in the presence of Mr. R. Z. Price, Hev, L W, Mauley is In the midst sure on the nerves the life force of H. C. Schooler goes under the mourn his pacing, as well as many of .September 11th. I This to notify mother of the bride and Mrs. J, A. Hammer for the High Dollar. Lo- the white citizen of the community. II of a great meeting at Mt. Hebron, Hows freely normally. (it) delinquents that above order will MacClintock. cated on Danville avenue, on large with 17 additions already added to be enforced on above date, Big Offerings Mrs. Wheeler Is the youngest corner lot and elegant two story sevJ. A. Bratton, Superintendent. daughter of Mrs. R. '.. Price and a the church. The meeting will conA en room residence. real cozy tinue over Sunday. On the back page of tin issue is There will be a Pie Supper at the graduate of B.erea College, while Mr. corner In the theater of life. One of the advertisement of Haseldcn Broth Are you going to the Schooler nuc- There will be a pie supper Satur Nina School House Saturday night, Is the son of Mrs. Sara M. the best homes in Lancaster nnd well ers, of this city, and Joe S. Hascl-de- tio tuale next Saturday, September Wheeler day night, Sept. 9th., at Antloclt Sept. 0th., at 7:30. Everybody located The terms will be easy, of Crab Orchard, who are offer- Uth., at 3:30 P. M.T An ideal place Wheeler and is a partner of the Pil- school house. Proceeds for bneefit grim Hotel Co., of Marshalltown. Head the ad elsewhere in these ing privately, some choice real estate, for the retired farmer to live and Everybody is cordially Mr, Wheeler has won a great re- of school. STRAYKI): From my place about columns and be sure and attend this including several farms and city lot, educate his children. the last of August, two Buck sheep, ward by making so long a Journey Invited. tale. It is seldom you have an op- both Improved and unimproved. to Kentucky, and will return soon portunity to buy w home like this one. They mean Just what they say In the H 't'l'I 1UI.I The Schooler property that will bs one sheared. Please notify this of. fice. to Marshalltown with his lovely bride sold for the High Dollar on next (9 7 31 y, advertisement and if you are wanting eUUarele Pur Wl..t Uran, Bal. something in their line the opportun- Xjj.. auA!Ji tr)4 ujand uj 3nuUt where they will make their home. September 9th., at 3:30 I. M. You are cordially invited to attend Iar4 Kentucky Farm Feed for begs, ity they are offering should interest 4t o Un I mighty detiruble stuff. J4J aqx ""111 JtUM the auction sale of the Schooler prop, Tankage, Mised Feed and Ground anyone. You can buy chaapar flour than puv ((; atiu am a.m pun aiuoQ Barley. Hudson A Farnau. Ballard's Obelisk, but not flour that For tha batt Hog Faad ut Bal erty on next Saturday, September Cranio Dairy Faad will maka your Ilort and Mula Faad keeps your 'Don't forget the Schooler auction will gi tha umi satisfaction. Try lard' Kentucky Farm Faad and 9th. at 3:30 P. M. sale next Saturday, September 9th., a sack today. WE DELIVER IN Tankage for sale t cow giva mora milk. stock In good condition. FOR SALE: Coke for curing Hudson A Farnau. Hudson A Farnau. at 3.30 P. M. TOWN, Hudson V Farnau, Hudson aV Farnau. Hudson & Farnau. $3,-00- 0. week, the docket will be practically cleared. While several small com mnnwenlth cases have been tried mot of the court time ha been taken up with civil and ordinary cases, Some of the commonwealth cases dlpoed of were: Commonwealth vs. llynum Davis, not guilty, ame v. Andy Led ford, dismissed; same vs. John Lear, C C. V., $75 anil trn day; Frank Davi, $10 for contempt of court; Jonah Tussey wan lined $300 and given one day in Jail for having in possession part of still; Ilea Mitch el, Morri I'ullin. Alex Mitchel and LewM Gilbert were each fined $10 for It. of I' ; Kd Brown drew a $100 tine for forfeiting bail bond; Mr. Delia II Acey wa granted absolute divorce from J. W. Acey and wan given Other divorces were: Matttie C Dunn from Lucien Dunn; Lucy William from Karl William and Allen llrown from Annie Hurton llrown The grand Jury ha returned 11 indktmenU and have ndjourned until tW morning. The Harriett Pendleton will cae wa disponed of ye. terday by compromise, the will being et aM. day Purchased by City Council to Named at Mass Medtinj? Many cae have been diipoied of "Maintain 'Present Rate The opening last Monday morning Members of Association In the circuit court during the past of the Graded and High of Insurance week, and by the end of the preent Last Saturday School brought out one of the largA representative from the State Actuarial Bureau ,met with the City Council at It regular monthly meet ing last Monday evening, with every member present, to dlcus the impor. tance of the city purchasing a fire appjratu in order to maintain the present rate of insurance to the property owners of the city. It was clearly shown that the fire protection wa not adequate with the present rate charged, and unle better protection was provided, the city would ue dropped o the ninth cla., in volving a much higher rate of insurance. The Actuarial Bureau informed the Council that if the city would purchase a chemical lire truck and one that would carry a specified num. ber of feet of hose and a 35 foot ladder, the name rate now given the property owners of the city would be maintained for at least two years, at the end of which time, it would demand another pumping unit at the reservoir. A representative from the Oben- r Company, of Logans-por- t, Ind., was also present and submitted price on chemical equipment mounted on either a Ford chassis or chain-Boye- Weeks' Term Total Assets Nearly Four Hundred and Ten Million o Dollars Lansing, Mich., SepU2 Total assets of the oFrd Motor Company aro $409,820,132.02, according to the annual financial statement filed this morning In the office of the Secretary of State in connection with the corporation tax returns of the concern that paid the maximum fee of $10,-00Of the holdings those in the State are valued at $215,415,002.92. The statement is of June 30th., 1922, and the company's surplus Is shown as $289,935,290.40. The assets Include cash on hand and In the bank, $145,985,009.31; plant land, improvements, buildings, fixtures and structures, $1,020,815.03 and machinery, tools and equipment, $39,531,079.34. and good will, The Ford interets lo made returns on the Dearborn Publishing Company and the Lincoln Motors Company. The assets of the former are listed at $124,901.55, while a single item of $250,000 cash is shown at the total asset of Lincoln Motors. 0. est enrollments the chonl has ever experienced ,wlth prospect of many more being oddd during the next few day. The large auditorium was filled with students and visitors, the latter came to add interest to the opening and to extend best wishes to those In charge for a successful year. After scriptural reading by Superintendent Boyd, the Lord's prayer wa repeated in union, the entire assemblage Joining in. A talk from Mr .Boyd and also Mr. J. K. Stormes, chairman of the board of trustees, was well received, and Interestingly presented. ThoH- - composing the faculty the coming year and the grades which they have in charge are as follows: Mi Mary Wilder, Kindergarten; Miss Ada Mich, 1st. grade; Mis Jen- nie Higgins, 2nd. grade; Miss Mil dred Beazley, 3rd. grade; Ml Kthel Ktridge, 3rd and 4th. grade; Miss Klizabeth Bettis, 4th. grade; Mis Minnie Johnson, Sth. grade. Mis Min. nle Burchett, 0th. grade; Miss Lucre-ti- a Skinner, 7th. grade; Mis Eliza Smith, Sth. grade; Mrs. Glass B. Car rier, 9th. grade; Miss Mary Anne Beard, 10th, grade; Miss Bettie M. Kobinson, 11th. and 12th. grade. Candidate for delegate to elect a director for thl district in the Bur ley Tobacco Association were named at a mass meeting held in the court house last Saturday afternoon. L. G .Davidson was named chairman of the meeting and Harry Bice served n secretary, uix delegates were named from which three will be chosen by ballot at the election Sat urday .September 10th. Those nam ed are as follows: Shirley Hudson, P.. L. Burton Tandy Center, Angle Sander., Tal ton May and J. M. Craig. The election officer who will con duct polls for the election on Sep tember l(lth arc W. It. Kelley, J. W Sanders and G. A. Brown. Elect What Strikers Are Forbidden GREAT PICTURES Ln - ..... d As-.ye- 1 Arnold m g tit ,..,, Killian n Mm-vlan- ' plnt C-c- i' Teachers' Meeting Fair y Methodist What "Subluxation" Mean? Pleasant Schooler's Pretty Pay Water ii Pie Supper Sot-unla- The Central Record, Lancaster. Ky., Thursday, Sept 7, 1922 M They are GOOD! 4ft mU Why Not Something New? What forms of amusement will we adopt in this town during the coming winter months? Why not something new? When you hav seen a play once you have seen it enough. Sitting through a second performance is wearisome and time wasted. It loses its novelty. The usual round of socials and parties is much the same. People go and perform the same old threadbare stunts simply because they must have some form of recreation nnd amusement. The same diet if partaken of continually becomes nauseating. The stomach craves a change. It is so with the mind. Without a change of 'nental stimu-len- t the mind becomes stale and clogged and does not function to best advantage. Something new is what we need, something that will induce each of us to look forward to the good times coming. Why not form a local committee whose duty it will be to provide forms of public amuse-ment that have never been thought of or tried before? When half a dozen brainy heads get together an original stunt is generally the result. Who owns those half dozen heads in this town? Why not set them to work? Why not a winter of real en joyment instead of one of mere existence; What do you sav? 1 WE MANY ADVANTAGES MARKSBURY School Tablets. A. II. Daitln A Co. visiting Iom, of I.ctchcr, l brother, .Mr. Kyle lom. Mi.? Susan K. Sutton and Mae llcllc Sutton and Mr. Johun Sutton spent Friday with Mr. Hen Mr. Denver hi "BRED IN OLD KENTUCKY" OF SHEEP Hughe, Mr. in Ijincaiter, Animals Are Qultt UMful In Keeping Firm Free From Weeds Qood Mtat Producer. While many farmers flop from one of fnniiloc to (mother, according as price hnvr been high or low tbe season previous, tho successful farmer usually Mick, lo sotne program whether erudition appear to I fawirnble or otherwise. The gTent majority of these successful nicn recommend the keeping of at least a few sheep iion Ilie farm. They cmphnslro that sheep are helpful In keeping tlio farm clean of weed. They also consume much ma to terlal Hint would other l wast. These fanner point out, too. that thre animals can be comfortably kept In comparatively Itiexj'enslve building. The two main requirement In housing tire protection from wind and freedom from moisture. These animal enable the fanner to Ilia well-trie- and family the Somertet Fair, They alto motored to I'ulaiki and pent the week-enwith Mr. Doolln' brother, Mr. (Snitincau nnd family. Those who have been attending the revival service at Mt. Hebron from here have been very much pleased with the strong lllble messages that Hev. Dcgarno it delivering to the peo. d V, T. Doolln DORSETTS and SOUTHDOWN Buy a Dixie Bred Bnm to head your herd. Don't take chances get a Dixie Guarantee with each Ham. Only a few left. Three Yearling Dnrsett Hams; l Early Spring Dorsett Hams; Early Spring Southdown rams and a few Dorsett ewe lambs ready to ship. '. pie. The Ladle Working Society will give an Ice Cream Supper Thursday evening, Sept. 7th., on the lawn of Mr. A. J. Illce. AdmlHon, l8ct. F.verybody invited. Serving will be gin at tlx o'clock. Dixie BROS. & J. Stock SANDERS LANCASTER, M. AMON, PROP. Farms. KY. g g t Herrlngi Lejd Fnh Diet. Turpentining the Pine. Slore herrtng are eaten than an; imSiki mooii i( turpentining other kind of flti came no lowering In strength or resin ronton! of tho forest prodHct Mhe Ire-- , Mate by Porcupine' Remarkable ti Quill. laboratory of A better distribute hi labor becnne Tbe crude tNrpontln I the result of wiiuihI stlluulu. hihI rollie only from lltlug cell In the sap wihmI region of the tap bore. The heart wood, which contl of deud eells, Seietitlflc American. contain n Origin of "Publican. the kt-x- r of n public house tamo to do railed n irtiMImn and he wa prtahly hente he put n ta n It were on traveler and Mrhap4 MHiietlwe extorted and the tenn publl. no ifot so ltxel Ih tho tpeet'll of tit pcoplr thMt It f)Nd Its plnte In the Ian and tMsds-- lingfMh statute tit,- - term pnMlrau itolinl.il hotel ki'ejwr, keeper of and wlm- tanlt. ote. We speak teila) of a hotel keeper a a puhllrnii. or a or mine In KncUnd r ale-bHll-l- f. Weather AMet Wlreleit. mrloii thlaic ahoM wireat telegraNy t tln way It N aHeetetf; Dlamondi Catlea Good Cment. Dlane-iomre in pcrUtltmi tiy Mtttrie and ntnH Traamtthmtlt da), wer bWleuiI to ward tttC or lgnah dart M( lr- - day are Invartabl clenr. MM tti- - nvetteel at MinrlM eery, rvvi pul uml center victor Blot KHHaet are mid to he barely oer eneMtte noil. A mnt tiormplne rib in the iho wy of modern ht trencihened that the Iron are ttrengtti. Added Value. "I lHught thl Natajo blanket from It wa made an Indian In Arln na in New Jerey" "Well. gle toe credit. I had to go Vet to bay it bam .rollerald. MONEY to LOAN If you want to buy a home you can borrow the money and pay it back on the installment plan. Make application to the Secretary now Mle world wx atd I'mtIo IOh--h IirHvetneMt Unlt . ott It thmiiw ut ir." "hut de hmmIm n Im take thiHuatwl nn rode Eben. In tit da). black MhI Cicrllent Vrni StJin. the n ewlarett f Infenatty will mik tho poeket A tin 4 Jp rir eti a - I Lancaster Building & Loan Ass'n J. E. Robinson, President. Miss See Shelby Mason, Seclj-Trea- s. Something Good Ahead We accept the prediction of good is ahead." financial writers and prophets that better times are ahead, but we would like to know how far away they arc. Optimism is our creed, because it is to the optimists we must look for restoring the world and our particular portion thereof to something near days. the stability of pre-wThis old globe is in a sad state of confusion, bordering almost upon collapse ,but there is comfort in the fact that it might be worse. There is even encouragement in the fact that conditions generally are steadiar Our numerous strikes and idle trains and shut down mines and all of the other annoyances have a tendency to create a spirit of pessimism in ' even the stoutest of hearts. Hut pessimism does not do a lot of harm. A strong hear surmounts many difficulties before it nc- -j complishes its purpose, but in senon. the end it prevails where the weak heart falls by the way- BANKS AID PUREBRED SIRES side. Farmer Given Opportunity Yes, there is something good Virginia Improve Live Stock by to ahead. Local Danker, v Let's get it. I Favorite Stones of the Pit'. Kings of tho Middle age had turquoise and emerald a favorite Mono nnd In tint ago of tliinlry It whs but nmurul tliHt the eoat "f ant on rln "iould become tli- - fahlon In tt for IlennlHnre. diamond were the tlri-- t tllue The cutting were very rough, the l of JewWer crude and for oi"ter ti'ne. irore Mutton May Be Sold at All Seasons. enlly cut or nel Then aotettre-they require the mot attention In the the ememld ornii- nuttn, nil h me do i'ntnln-- l winter time whn help I most plenti- of tho ring of thi. xTfu:in- - Im'Xi-- , ful and cheap. A meat producer tulniiituro sheep require about n little food ft any other nnliiinl for the production of n tund of gnln. I'lnally, the Income from the flock I fairly well distributed over the jenr. Wool I Mld In the enrly sun tner when money It much needed, lamb lire dtpoed of In the fall and u Inter, while breeding dock and mutton mny be Mild at practically nil u-lie-lol - HP ht. All on the tmt Mrmupl. Hu ry forta at lamp fur we In Htlnet I !wed oh tfce ittoicn f str Humphry Davy. wIni priactplo wat that tin me w ill nwt ! wire gai. True TrHf fottltMl- - I take to be the ijulet of h hihn Wf. und an un llits of hi duty, whale ei or ttanger Me In the way evil r ortitud. oak at er little alreadi Malawi btt ,Ml4ijr will iwIvh u lf If wWI Mak,i and treatetl to n eoat of thl Ht i.flM,l mltlare. H'lrit. 1tr. .trail ktakn A "- - lrotwrV dilated to the MitaMte rolor mmd rmnWmP) wMfc awkkli4 the ttm for eem tr pnltl m4 iff1iR poon dltNrlel I.otki- le - ,.M Mream In not until m howrv.r. A WHtfh i n Mmpll that the rtgti n of bay wa machine. m jii aterage ol dlM-.rIn that tear Cbamptaln t nr alMiiit lloweter, b) traeled ui thl rt .if th. river actual "imt It Im fmind thai AUmt ITVi im- tia to rvl-lithe prmtuctlon of tlinn part require . 't w. I.r'.'i oril It I.e over l',7"i m'p.ir.itii Ml lbration. .i-- Intricate Piece a' Mjchinery. eilralln. hapfom t wa I.W The Thouijnd ItUnd. The bmtUn ,( th St. UurvtH. rler were Hr hb by n while Kwn wh.n f.rilr. m m toyage of Jiar it. n'.i io n.r, 1'ri-nr- -- - v Public Sale OF ly improving. Something good ahead ! Let us make that a slogan, and labor unitedly and unceas ingly until we can triumphantly announce that "something The bank of Charlottesville, Vn with fanner of thej nr Strive Alwayt to Help. surrounding county in otitaining pun-hreNere u with lnnunt iilllrnmtlvi. Acconllng to report reDon't wute iHirelf In rejection, not ceived by the United State Departburk ugHlnit tho Imd. but cbnnt the ment of Agriculture, If n farmer will nf tlit Whi.n ll.tiff I. rell Ida gmde or scrub fire and pur.Miken which lui u r slit to Im poken animals, tho bank chase pure-hro- d tho clmttur und Ihu iriticNm wilt hIimi Hiiii.K- - tin. fund to cover i'H donn nothing tli.it will nut Inlj I tho purchase of the purebred sire over j ! oiiieliiidy Kmer"ii. the amount received fur the Inferior' animal. The bvin I made on the bnls of a ycar'a time Sentiment among hunker regarding tho use of purebred live stock In practical fnrmlng operations npi'nr to be growing more fnvornble, nnd the uttltude of the Charlottesville evidence of thl point Purebunks bred sire of good quality, ns shown by Information obtained by the hurenu of animal Industry. Increase the enrn-InKiwcr of herd tuid Mock In which they ore used. d 1 f 6 Room Residence 15 HAVING ACRES OF L DECIDED TO SELL OUR PLACE, AT HYATTSVILLE, KY., WE WILL OFFER SAME AT PUBLIC AUCTION, ON CYLINDER OIL HELPS SWINE Friday, Sept 15th AT 2:30 O'CLOCK This place is locntoil at HyattuvHle, threi niilon from Hichmoiitl road, facing the host pike in the county. I Ames Specialists Declare It Is Safe for Hogs, Except Thoae With Delicate Skin. Old oil from nutomoblle crnnk ense enn bo Mil for oiling bog, say the Htilinul litishiiiidryiiifii nl Iowa Slnte ri)ego. Although some people ure skeptical about using thl sort of oil, safe, the Allies men declaro Unit It except possibly In tho cuse of white hoit, which hnvo n delicate skin that sometimes blister through tho use of the oil. The (ll should be allowed to stutid for n while In order to allow tbe fine particles of metal to settle out The aurfuca oil mny then bo ioured off and used In the hog oilers. The sediment shuuld bo dlscurded. 11 1 .alienator, on the Tho homo U modern in every way, being completely equippm! with water and hoatod by steam, bnth room, and everything now and modern, having boon built within the last few years. The improvements consist of nil nucuramry out- II WE HAVE A FEW (jj buildings, with one of the best young orchards in Garrard county. There are fifteen acros of land with the place, all lying well ami in gootl state of cultivation. The home is now being occupied by .Millard Crisoillis, who will gladly show any one who cares to hoc the place before date of alo. TERMS OF SALE: I $35.00 I I I Becker & Ballard (!) Weber Wagons on hand which we arc closing out at less than factory prices today. If you need a wagon, now is your chance. I! Alfalfa for Horses. Alfulfn hay can bo successfully fed to work horsin provided some other buy sutli a timothy Is fed onto a day. If nl fulfil hay Is fed tho grain radon nm bo reduced wry materially when these hursea uro not ut work. per cent, January made; bnlance in one and two years. Ten per cent cash day of sale; twonty-thre- e 1st , I'.l'Jlt, when possession will be given nnd one-thi- rd and doetl fil ft MHeflBJsflBvsiKi SIS BRYANTSVILLE, KENTUCKY. U 1st HSMDvssSW! Pig Right. Start The life und future vuluv of the jouiig I'lg U ubsululvly lu Its owuer'a liunds. .Stunt It ut the sturt und it .Sturt It liutk through lift a runt right ktiil It ulll he a bit', hudlby hog. Youruj J. M. MEADOWS W. T. King, Auctioneer. ft SON The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday Sept 7, 1922 We are here to give you service at night as well as DAY. We sell the best Gasoline and Motor Oils made-BLU- E GRASS. We sell the best Tires and Tubes GOODYEAR. We have the best repair shop to look after YOUR NEEDS. ARE YOU OETTIINQ THE SERVICE WE OFFER YOU? Phone 234 Beans in Corn Build Up Soils at Low Cost KINNAIRD ci-r- BROS. the wealth of periodicals in Lancaster, Ky this coun- bean whuh he grfw w.Mi Good stands of bran were obtain ed :n eaih of thete four iaie despite the fact that the soybean., were In addition, each With corn and soybeans in the grown with corn. best stage for hogging oil in practi- farmer reorted that the yield of hs cally all tmrU of the state, many corn bad been reduced little if any Kentucky farmer are finding that !i the bean The itand of beam growing the beans in the iime row, wiia heaviest on the farm of Mr. Millwith com oiler a mean of bringing! er, where live bean stalks were found about considerable mill Improvement to every one of corn. F.ighty per at mall cost. Result being obtain-- ' cent of the nitrogen produced, which Is the most expensive plant food eleesl by farmer in all sections of th uith the ment required by Kentucky soils, will Mate who iliviliin of the College of j be returned tti the land when the Agriculture in conducing demonstra., beans and corn are hogged down. In that the bins on their farm show that nitro addition, it it e.stlmaetd gen valuril at high at $11. 50 was ob- bean growing in the corn are hogged tained through the ute of about 30 down. In addtion, it it estimated that the bean growing in the com cent worth of bean seesl. wl (produce ISO pounds more The highest value in nitrogen of during the tunimer that hat pork an acre than is obtained when hogged down. been reported up to the pretrnt time corn alone The amount of nitrogen produced the $11. AO worth obtained by II. J Miller, a Warren county farm- in the bean yield on each farm was er, who live near Howling Green. determined from the fact that each Another farmer in the tame county, 1.000 (wundt of green bean.s contain obtained about lis pounds of nitrogen which whs grew bennt in crn 16. 4 1 worth of nitrogen from each wat valued at 20 cent a pound. Two. acre of hit beans while a third War third of thtt expensive plant food ren count) farmer. It II Meng, had) element was taken from the air, tolls l an I crops specialists ettimate produced The of mtrogiT an acre lljwarl Meng an junt ef digest b!e fee I produced I HI by bran. ar. I c irn growing together $ "a of the tame uJ"U rach acre iif it ta.d to be ten per cent higher than( worth i'f n Tigcn fr pro-dace- d that priiiuol whin the bean turn atv grown .separately WHITE LICK (Delayed) MWs Clyde Wnoten and WOMAN REFUSES TO BECOME OLD Mrs. Crawford of North Carolina Knters Columbia Uni versity at Age of GRADUATED try Her physical youthfulness Mrs. Crawford attributes to a life full of activity, plenty of outdoor exercise and obedience to the fundamental laws of hygiene. In Greensboro she lives with her daughter, whose two little girls, seven and eight, are "keeping up with grandmother" by good records in school. returned home Sunday. Mr. Krnott Creech and titter, of Ohio, are visiting home folks. Seventy-On- e Mit. Mary Anderson is visitng her father. Mr. Leu Anderon. of Rich- GRANDSON JUST mond Mr. American Legion News The life of the World War fighter on land and ea and In the air will be protrayed In the entertainment program for visitors to the American Legion national convention in New- Orleans, October 10th. to 20th., a: cording to plans of the convention entertainment committee. Amusement ranging from placid French village scene to great naval and aerial displays will be arranged visitors, to entertain the Three large downtown squares will be used for .street dancing and the scheme of decoration will be in imitation of the well known French vil lage squares. There will be the familiar tables lining the sidewalks and refreshments wil Ibe served by waiters in appropriate costumes. Cruisers, destroyers .eagle boats and submarine chasers will represent the United State Navy in the con vention naval show. A fleet of one cruiser and six destroyers has been ordered to the convention by Assist ant Secretary of the Navy Koose velt. and invitation have been .!!nt to Kngland, France, Italy and other Allied powers to send battleships. A fleet of twelve United States Navy hydroplanes will fly from to New Orleans for exhibition during convention week. On one of the convention night the plane will fly over the business district, dropping flares and smoke bombs as a reminder of the air raid made by German planes over the American trenches an dbillot. The 'Tike 'at the famous Spanish Fort amusement park is to be dress ed in Mardi Gras garb. The dance pavilion redecorated for the week after the fashion of Creole days, will vary its modern dance program with exhibition dances of the minuet and iVrginia reel. Music will be pro- vded by the eNw Orleans Marine Corps band. An elaborate display of will be one of the feature at the park. A number of pieces will be reconstructed battle scenes, Three large hall will be scenes of carnival ball, similar to those l'c' I during the Mardi Gras season. K'.a Pen-.aco- la s nit and Mrs. Otto Howling visited This Mentally Alert Grandmother her mother. Mm. W. A. Anderson Went to Vaitar More Than Half In it week. a Century Ago, but Declare! Mr. and Mrt. II. I). Creech visited There it No End to Growth Mrs. Creech's sitter, Mr. Charles I law ley, S nudity. New York At seventy-on- e Mr. A. Mr. and Mrs. Willie llhdus und I. Crawford, of Greensboro, N. C children visited her uncle. Mr. John hat entered hte .summer session of Creech and family Suitdny. Columbia university as n tudent, (roups number four, live and fix College grailuate ami Vassar .student of the inn e Department met with century ago, anil Mrs. James Metier im White Lick, more than half a Mrs. Crawfonl is Tuesday evening at three o'clock to mother of six, studying in order that she may keep ttudy the Sunday tehool lesson. which, mentally alert and she says, is the real secret of youth. When two foo's begin an argument' She is Columbia's oldest student. the wise man keeps still. "There is no need to grow old, Kvery man ha a right to hit opin-- 1 mentally at least," said Mrs. Craw lorip, bu' f",ey s iu I coincide with fonl. who is living at 420 West UUth. "Stagi street during her stay here. our ow ' nation and Intolerance are one's greatest foes in keeping young, These changing times demand new viewpoints, and the woman of today must keen herself well informed. It BOYLE COUNTY COMMISSIONER'S her duty ns a cituen." j is nothing un-Mrs. Crawford see usual in "going to school" at her age expinining that she "lost her job' when her children grew up and es tablished themselves, and in her long, BOYLE CIRCUIT COURT busy life she has never had much leisure as she would like for reading ' and study Three of her live sons are teachres, another is n merchant N. C, and the fifth in Winston-Salem- , is connected with the Iteynolds ToAT TEN O'CLOCK A. M. bacco company in that city. Grandson Just Graduated ROBERT G. EVANS Plaintiff A grandson, It. II. Crawford, was graduated from the University of ROBERT RANKIN And Other. Defendant! North Carolina last June. Her on, 1. V Crawford, i assistant director Pursuant to judgment of Boyle Circuit Court, I shall olFer for sale at public auction, at the residence on Tract II, known as "I.ee Farm," the 810 acres of best of the summer session nt Columbia, seat highway, quality blue Krass land in Boyle county, located on inter-count- y Itir'iard M is teaching at William and Mary college in Virginia and F. M. Danville and IVrryville pike, .'J 'J miles from Danville, county seat of Boyle county, and live miles from I'erryville, and known as the Robert Kvans Salt River Crawford is an Instructor in the high school at (iirard, Ohio. Farm. This farm is well improved, well watered, well fenced, has silos, tobac.Mrs. Crawfonl was a teacher her-w- 'f co barns, stock barm, three commodious main dwelling houses, and four good fjr two years after graduation tenant houses. It is conveniently located, and accessible to I.. & N., Southern h of a mile from the Greensboro College and C. N. 0. & T. V. Railways. Good county school within for Women ui lSC'J ,and a year of study of lands, and Danville is the seat of Centre College, Kentucky College for Women Lands have been plotted and at assar, then just four years old. and has excellent High and li railed Schools. .Marriage to a Methodist clcrgvman will be olfered in four tract, to suit purchasers, and as a whole. interrupted her work and brought TRACT No. 1 '201.1 acres, known as Moore farm, fronting on Danville with it home duties and parish work, frame dwelling, good and I'erryville pike .has splendid colonial but she was always an anient reader, cellar, two cisterns, three line wells, running water (two good springs), 11 acre and kept herself young, she believes. tobacco barn, stock barn about (iOxllO, ice house and desirable outbuildings. by striving always to be intellectual-- ' TRACT No. 2 li!0.I acres, known as Rcddow farm, lies just east of Tract ly awake, keeping herself in constant IVrryville pike; has buildNo. 1, fronts on Danville and frame nsso. ation with young people and! tobacco barn; ing; two wells and cistern, good never failing spring; safe guarding her health with juilici-- l necessary outbuildings, splendid orchard. ous exerr se and simple rules of TRACT No. 3 336.9 acres, known as Lee farm, lies just south of Tract No. t hygiene dwelling, commodious porches and halls; is It has stone stucco 1. "There is no end to growth," she watered by cistern and three wells, spring and Salt River; fronts on Scudder declare energetically. Her six weeks' (good pike connecting I'erryville and Lebanon turnpikes), has large school pike ,she explain-- , , study here she will work stock barn, granary with stock sheds; two large cribs, 700 bbls. capacity, ed, ns a basis for her reading during scales, carriage house, work shop, cattle barn, ITiO head capacity, with two cribs the winter months at home, Philoso.i bottling M00 bbls. corn, two silos (gootl well between silos), two tobacco barns, 1 1 phy and literature Interest her most.' acres each capacity, ami three good tenant houses. Comparative literature ami Professor TRACT No. 4 170.7 acres, fronting on Tarkington county road, lies west Montague's course in radical, comer-- ' cottage, tobacco barn, is and south of Tract No. It. It has vntive and reactionary tendencies Inj watered by spring, well and Salt River, anil has enough timer to be sawed for present-damorals are the subjects another barn and dwelling. he is taking up here. The above lauds are easily of the tluest and best located in Central KenDoesn't Condemn Flappers tucky, contain a large quantity of virgin soil, have good standing timber, and Asked her opinion of the modern all good tobacco land. I shall Urst oiler Tract No. 1, then No. '2, then No. II. then "flapper," she replied that the term! Tract No. !. Then I am authorized to olfer the four tracts as a whole and shall w as used so Indiscriminately that she I accept that bid or bids that will realize the most money. This property will was not sure of it meaning, but that be sold on a credit of t! and 12 months, the purchaser or purchasers shall execute she did not condemn tho young girl bonds with surety to be approved by the Commissioner payable to the Commisof today for reaching out toward of the purchase money and payable six sioner; one bond shall be for one-ha- lf freer, broader lives. Girls of today anil the second bond shall be for the remaining one-ha- lf of the months after date do not study so hard as they used, (5 per purchase money and payable twelve months after tlate, all bonds to bear she said, but have a broader und more cent interest from their date until paid and to have the force and c licet of a intelligent outlook than tho echool girl of her generation. Hut no one has any excuse for narrowness and stagnation today, she declared, beDanville, Kentucky Matter Commissioner Boyle Circuit Court, Ky. cause knowledge has been made so accessible In our schools, libraries and 11 borate preparations are being made and special costumes designed for the balls, which will take place on the second night of the convention. One of the most spectacular sights during convention week will be the parade of 50,000 Legionnaires on the afternoon of October 18th. The marches will be accompanied by 100 bands and crack fife and drum corps interspersed at various points In the parade. Special programs for convention week are scheduled nt the vaudeville houses and motion picture theatres. Thomas II. Incc will release a war film entitled "Blood Hon." It will be shown for the first time under auspices of the Legion. Some chickens never get a far as the kettle. They marry. There's nothing in a name when attached to a worthless check. "Our political .system chirps n candidate. Good noise. Keep your troubles to yourself. You may soon become tired of them i sound," sound is it j and cast them aside. 'r It is ditTicult to convince another of the soundness of your position unless you feel yourself that it Is so. i PUBLIC SALE Saturday, September v. If you keep your eyes open you will see that it pays to trade with R. J. ENGLE Near Depot. ' a-- Lancaster.Ky On 16th, 1922 FLOUR 89cts Every Sack I Hunters Beware We positively will not permit fox hunting or hunting of any character or trespassing on our farms. Any violator will be prosecuted. J. S. Schooler, Edgar Price, W. A. Price, Joe Crisclllis, T. J. Price, It. L. Klkin, D. M. Lear, It. L. Barker II. F. Parson, Marinda I.ongiworth. J. P. Ulund, Askins and Mobcrley, J. J. Sebastian, W. X. Moberley, Forest Calico, Davl Sutton and Hughes Hros., M. II. Turner. (Other names will be added upon the payment of 25 cents) (tf.) one-fourt- Ibis will make only one round trip to Lexington daily until road is completed. LEAVES LANCASTER 7:40 A. M. LEAVES LEXINGTON 5:30 P. M. u-- RE0 BUS LINES COMPANY (Incorporated) PHONE 758-- Y I 1'2-ae- re LEXINGTON, E. R. WEBB, Manager. KY. W. O'RIGNEY W. U. DICKERS0N W. 0. MGNEV Office Phone 18. & CO. Funeral Oirectors and Embalmers Rrsideiu r Phone 33. John B- Stout Lancaster, Kentucky. The Central Record. Lancastei, Ky., Thursday, Sept 7 1922 BUENA VISTA GUY. Co. VISIT OUR BOOTH At The KENTUCKY STATE FAIR LOUISVILLE, KY. SEPT. 11th. to 16th. A Big Cup of Quaker Maid Very Best Coffee will be aered m WITH A DELICIOUS RAISIN Quaker Maid Orange Pekoe Tea, Hot or Iced, will be serv- - GEM-FR- EE. ed at W WITH A SLICE OF "LOUISE" CAKE FREE. Near Main Entrance, Merchant and Manufacturer' Building. The Quaker Maid (Incorporated) KENTUCKY'S LARGEST GROCERS A Boy's Essay on Girls Thi girl are the listers an has Ions hare, ware powder an' arc stuck on The firt girl were Called Eve. of the boys dresses on nctir men. Christmas .Most every family ha a girl an' some of the moar unluckie vunes has backs. If 1 eoukl be a boy or a bull-dotwo or three. We have a girl in our family an' she is my sister. She has an' had to be a girl, 1 wud be in n boy ,an' my father, Hennery Brown, blamed hard luck, and toe wud you. Yours etc., say he hoapes she'll fule him into WILLIE. marryin' hur. GirU kin grow older an' get younger. My lister hax been twenty.foar years, and sum say we may be twins. anl v.cu Fat girls want t0 ue versa. They is three kind of girls, brunet girls, blonde girls an' them that hax money. Girls i afrakl of mice and buggs, which makes it fine to put these little roptyles down they're r-- August 13th., 1922, horse and butrtry was hiret' to party for Same has not been returned. $25.00 reward for information leading to recovery of same and $50.00 reward for arrest of guilty party. Description: Man about 517 years old, weight 1 (0 pounds, smooth shnven, blue eyes. .Mare, black, 7 years old, scar behind left ear, result of pollevil ; rubber tired, black buggy, with side curtains. .Man thought to be one Brad Taylor, wanted here on similar charge. Notify DR. PRINTUS WALKER, OR SHERIFF OF two days. GARRARD COUNTY. LANCASTER, KY. NINA School Tablets. A. H. Bilin visitors at the home of Mils Flora Lee Gay Saturday night and Sunday, & Co. Farmers in this community have been very busy housing tobacco. Mrs. Nathan Ward spent the day wltn" Mrs, W. H. Creech Sunday. A number of people from this place attended court at Richmond Monday. Mrs. Clayton Anderson entertain-ia number of friends at dinner Sunday. Miss Cora Fletcher is visiting her sisters, Mrs. Clayton Anderson and Mrs. Collie Turner. Rev. Roger filled his regular appointment at. Freedom Saturday afternoon and Sunday. Horn to Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Morgan, Aug. 'JCth., a baby girl. Her name is Helen Christine. Mr. and Mrs. John Smtih have returned home after an extended stay with her father and mother. Herman and daily Chance were Call at Kidd and East store and sec the apple placed on exhibition by eighteen Mr. Dan East. It weigh ounces. Gasoline 2 5 BUY Same PRICE as Misses Elizabeth and Florence Creech, of White Lick, spent Saturday ami Sunday with their sister, Mrs. A. C. Matlock. Our school teachers, Mr. Abney and Miss Ruble, were in Lancaster Saturday afternoon on business. Miss Ruble stayed over Sunday with friends. There will be a pie supper at Nina school house Saturday night, Sept. 9th. Everybody is invited to atteml. (iris bring pios and boys bring plenty of money. Mr. and Mrs. Steve Lnyton and Classified Column jj children, Mr. and Mr. T. P. King Miss Ida Speako, of the Lexington and son, Mr. and Mrs. Earnic Malear road spent lust wcuk with Mrs. I. 11. and children visited Mrs. C E. Mor- Duncan. 3 KATES. gan Sunday. Mr. II. A. Wylle. of Versailles, is Single insertions 1c n word with his daughter. Mrs. 11. II. Fres-No ad taken for less than .20c ton and Mr. Preston. In this column. No ads in this Mrs. Hello Simpson Has a htte bed column charged. side of her brother. Mr. Dllkird Ut- treil, in Lexington, Saturday. Seven insertions for the Mrs. Mary A. Sander and Mrs. price of five. N Amanda Clouie were visitors of Mrs. Phone orders must be paid 3 John Roberts, of Jessamine recently. promptly. Misses Lilla ami Margret Ilurke ore the guest of Mr. John Hantmj ani are attending me meeting ai Hox Airedale Puppio for nle Mt Hebron. ) 4119, Lancaster, Ky. Mr ami Mrs. Johnson Syoake and DANVILLE and LEXINGTON children, of the Danville rend were Cider Mill and Silo Cutter, cheap, week-enguosto of the ktter's moth. Amurican Wire Pone. Cj J. R. Mount it, Mrs. C. M. Moberly. y School Tabled. A. II. flaitin A. Co. Ituth Mr. Wm. Scott is Improving. Iane were In Nicholasvllle, Friday. Mr and Mrs. Hobert Iluble, of Lan. Mr.' James Yantis spent Sunday caster, spent a few days with Mrs. with Louisville relatives. llcttle Ituble. Mr. Green Foley, of Hackley, visiMiss Nannie Hello Scott went to ted Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Foley last Jessamine county Monday to teach week. the Hanly school. Miss Carrie Sutton, of Pleasant Miss Jennie l.nne visited friends Hill wa the guest Sunday of the In Harrodsburg and attended the Misses Vatcr. Methodist Conference. Miss Carolyn Rice, of Richmond, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Scott, of Lan. has been n visitor of Mr. and Mrs. caster, spent Wednesday night with Harry I). Rice. Mrs. Nannie Jennings. Mr. and Mrs. John Osbom, of Jes Mrs. Will Scott and daughters, saimae, were recent visitors of Mr. spent last Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Henry Tuttle. Atwood Proctor,, In llurgln. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Lane and Mas. Mr. T. P. Ford and daughters, ter Eliza Lane visited Mr. and Mrs. Clara and Hazel, spent last week with William llarnes Sunday. her mother, near SomersM. Mr. arid Mrs. Simon Tankersley Mr. Mamie Scott, Miss Nannie had for their Sunday visitors. Mf. lielle Scott and Mr. Uandolpfc Scott, and Mrs. Henry Tuttle. were in Nicholasvllle Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Sutton spent Mrs. Will Rutlcdge and children, Sunday with hi sister, Miss Fannie in Harrodsburg Sutton, of East Garrard. spent the week-enwith her aunt, Mrs. Tatham. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Green were Mrs. Josiah McC'ulley, of Huckeye, week-enf.Mr. and Mrs. visitors is the guest of her sisters. Miss WHHe Wm. Hurt, Sr., of Paint Lick. Ison and Mrs. I.aura Nayler. on. Mrs. Roy Prather ami Utile Mr, Delbert MeMurtry returned Collis, were visitors the pat ThursFriday from Camp Knox, where he day of Mrs. Raymond Turner I has been for n month's training. Misses Ftennie Mae and Saanah Mr. Hobert Morford and family, Lane were Sunday afternoon guest of Danville, were guests of Mr. and of Misses Meltie and Ethel Hume Mrs. James Morford last Friday. Misses Mary nnd Lucille Henry Miss Gladys Hamilton left Mon-- j were visitors last week of their cousday for Winchester, where she will ins, James Milton and Louise Henry enter Kentucky Wesleyan College. Mr. W. T. Walker ami Mrs Roy Mamie Prather ami son, Collis, ami Misses Ora Adams viitcl Mr Calico and Mr. Harold McGregor, and Mrs. Wm. Scott lat Wedneda spent Sunday with friends lit Har-- j Mrs. Ott Glrdley, of Somerset, ias rodsburg. returned home after a visit with her Mesrs. G. II. Lane, Wesley Thorn. uster, Mrs. James Yantis and Mr son, J. W. Lane, Jesse Duncan ami Yantis. Spiller Lane are serving a Jurors in Mr. and Mrs. Edd Raker and fam Circuit Court at Iincaster. ily, nnd Mrs. J. H. Raker were Sun Mrs. Hen Naylor and Mtv Nettie j day guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. Henry Askins went to Camp Robinson Yater. Thursday afternoon, to attend Mrs. Mrs. C. R. Henry and little daughC. M. Dean's reception for Mrs. A.j ter, Louise, were guesAs recently of T. Scott. Jr. Mr. and Mrs. John Henry, of the Fa.ls School opened Monday, Sept. 4th.. Lick road. with an unusually large enrollment, Mrs. James Yantis ami visitor, and prospects for the most uceesful Mrs .A. M. Girdler. were guests The term in the school's history. Thursday of Mesdamo Milton Ward faculty is composed of the following: and C. R. Henry. Miss Ora L. Adams, of Harrodsburg, Mr. and Mr. Wm. WhitUker and principal; Mr. Harold McGregor, of daughter, MiM Laverne, spent SunLexington, High School Assistant;1 day with Mr. and Mrs. Walker Miss Ella Lewis, Leitchrleld. 7th. and of Scotts Fork. 8th. grades; Miss Mattie Calico, ofj Mr. and Mrs. Joe Randolph and Richmond, 3th. and Oth. grades; Miss Ruth Uroadus, of Lancaster, 3rd. and daughter. Mls Fay, of Melrose, Mexiwith Mr. and grades; Miss Mamie Calico, of co, spent the week-enMrs. A I ford Poynter. Richmond, primary grade. Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Hays and two A number of our boys and 'girls will leave within a few days to enter children, of Paintsville, were guests college: Misses Itachel anil Lila K. the past week of their daughter, Mrs. Scott and Mr. Orion MeMurtry will Carl Pendleton and Mr. PendVton. There will be a pie supperMMM atteml Georgetown College; Hisses Elizabeth King and Mattie Mayes and day night, Sept. Oth., at Antioch Proceed for benefit Mr. Homer Jennings, Eastern Ken. school house tucky State Normal; Miss Sadie of school. Everybody w cordially Iluble, Kentucky College for Women, invited. Danville; Mr. Hen Jennings, llerea Mr. nnd Mrs. R. II. Ward ami famCollege; Miss Gladys Hamilton, Ken- ily ,Mr. and Mr. C. H. Kstridge and tucky Woileyan College, Winchester. baby, of Madison, were six o'clock These popular young people will be dinner guests Wednesday of Mr. and greatly missed and they have the Mrs. Milton Ward ami Mrs. C. R. good wishes of every one for a pleas Henry. ant year of college work. Wm. On Monday Mr. ami Mr. Whittaker entertained at an elegant COY noon-dadinner, Mrs. Sallie of Missouri, Mr. and Mrs. Luther School Tablets. A. II Dattin & Co. Peyton and Mrs. Marion Montgom Mrs. C. M. Moberley is slowly im ery, of Lancaster. , proving. Miss Monta Hardin is with her sis XXXflOCX3OOQOCXX0O-r70OO0OH ter, Mrs. WHbert Taylor, of d d j i I Hur-dett- e, d School Tablets. A. II. Baitln Mr. Hansel I.nne and Mis SCHOOL BOOKS On account of small profits on books allowed dealers, wc arc forcedlto sell them for CASH ONLY Hokts Drug Store. Buy Northern Seed Rye and Timothy Seed from us. GET OUR PRICES FIRST. IT WILL PAY YOU Pay Gash Lancaster st-i- H. C. BAILEY & SONS, FOR SALE -- Po.and China Hoar, Notice. subject to register. Weight about All persons having claims agamst J25 pound. Will l cheap. Cronley Hroado. the estate of the late Cyrus Daly, (8 31 ) will present same to me. properl) FOR SALE: Stock ewes, one, proven, before September 15th. Those two, thiee and four year obi. Any indebted to said estate will please set tie at once. number. Phone R3 or W. S. Carrier and P. T. Hrown. T. II Daly. Adimn strata (8-1 3t ) (8 .1 7t. pd.) 2 FOR SALE. Ono good as new, Hand Vacuum Floor Cleaner; Swinging, Coal Oil Urn pi; three 3lectric Light Fixtuies. For mfor ttf ) mation call at Record office. to 1 If you need money on your farm, Janu- One 4. room house ami 3 acres .( land for sale at HyaUsvMIe, by II S Acton, Somerset, or see Walker I." gan, at llyattsville. (J.7-3pa) L ary 1st, put in ap. plication NOW Interest 5 ( 1- -2 can't go wrong on the SV .. property that goes under the ham er mer on next Saturday, Septembi r Mb., at 3:30 P. M. Look it over an you are. sure to bid on You 1 Sue Shelby Mason Usn Ag.rt anJ Abstractor irt llou.e I A.VCASTKR, ti!5tf KY I I FROM US We Have Forced The Price Down Show your appreciation by giving us your Rev 1). D. Dugan hat just clostwl a week' meeting at Scotl Fork. He delivered some interesting sermons, which was enjoyed by everyone pros-en- t. FOR SALE: Wardrobe trunk, new. Used onee. Ask Record, (8 21 tf.) Come in to my olflev ami give me Sportsmen will be delighted with our High-Grnd- e patronage. Gun. Crown Gasoline. Quality Guaranteed. Polorine Oil. First-Cla- ss property Mr and Mrs. W. H. Wbitnl.tr, of the assessment of your A. T. Scott, Co. Tax Com. Guy, were guests of their son, Mr. NOW. 7t.) 0 Robert Whitaker und Mrs. Whitaker (8-1- Work Sunday and attended Scott Fork. CONN & CONN LANCASTER, KY. Sideboard, SALE. Oak China Cabinet nnd Sewing Machine. Mr. ami Mr. I. II. Duncan enter Phone i'.'S. Mrs. F. S. Hughe. tamed at dinner Sunday the follow- (8 ing guest. Rev. and Mr. Dugan, Mr. LOST; Lady Suit coat, navy and Mrs. Thomas Hick and little daughter, Mr. and Mrs. James San. blue, loose fitting, and flowing sleeve Point der and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. somewhere between Wost Elijah Mc.Millian and son, Mis Ida school house and Lowell rwad. $5.00 Speakc and Mr. John Sander. Mr. reward If returned to th office. Abnvr Ray was an afternoon guest. (Jt. pd.) FOR 24-3J- .) preaching at Come in today nnd cxnminu these Matter Piece of Gun Maker's Art. Wc nre urc you will find the cun you wnnt. There are o many style and calibers that space will not permit us to describe them. Come in and see for yourself. jut We carry Ammunition for all Calibers. Don't forget your Hardware Needs. OUR HARDWARE WEARS WALKER BROS. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky.. Thursday Sept 7, 922 1 2IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIU The Fatal Chair Br ERNEST LEVINE Oaprilekt. ,u, wwna Notpsp.r I'm The London policeman tapped the sleeper on (he soles of the boots. Thcro was mi response. I In shook him. Thn man's head lolled buck on the bench. "Illlmey, he's dcadl" he muttered Hut, ai ho stared Into the yellow face, nn awful awakening seemed tit occur. Tln mm sat uj stiffly, stnrlni about lilin. "Ill I Vim can't sleep there" aa' I ttii ollccmnii. "(Jet off or I'll have t run you Inl" Hp stared after the man nn l;e tot tervd away. "Illlmy, ho did give me In- - said, a scare The sailor entered the Salvation Army shelter mid went to tho liunk assigned to lilni. A little mnn with n whltii hiiird, lying In the heU hunk, NICE RESIDENCE IN LANCASTER, n.S - i When Trouble Comet Pimples Keep Young Men Down! TW Male How tirlce, I Or ELLA SAUNDERS 5lllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllltltllllllllj UprrUht. 111. IVmhiti NtpT UaUa. Huwjit wna liO'l tfiH AT KY - rum.'il, Tlin rotnlilru to guiimh lliit liutitr lie muilii-- till l lijm licro(i tiii-jii"t- u hnxI r'plr. E luj 'I putu, lie haJ lil'i omce for tin- - r stared at Mm, "Where nre you from, mateyT Ruled. "New he hUit IgdM i York, If yen gotta know," snarled the other. "Sailor, hain't yet "Iln, I guess )ou'd like to know, wouldn't ynl" the newcomer snarled. "I (nit It over on 'cm, nil right, nil As Administrator of Mrs. Amanda Coy, deceased, I will on right." "What's that? I'tlt what over wlrnr demanded the little old man. nt eight." answered the sailor, still with tlx snarl, half ferocity and hulf timidity, In hi olce. lie clutched tho other by the arm. "Listen t Tomorrow, at eight, thej'll come for me, to take me for a tike little walk through a nice little door, nnd ut Hie In n ii I re little chair n chair with anus. And they won't tlnd me! Get that, talking "I duiitio whnt yini're alHiut," whimpered the little old man. "I'm afraid of you." "Von might as well he, ho. I nln't n dead man nnd I nln't exactly alive Listen, lure! I'll tell )ou. (iawd. I goltn tell sme one!" "Tell me." whlered the little old man. "I'll tell you. I didn't kltl her. They thought It was me. hut It was only my hand. I had ihi control titer It. It my hand that lilt her with the hammer, only they thought It was me, and that'll why they wanted t send me to the chair with the arms seeT "I'd been n Undent afore they sent ; me a student of the Indian sciences, I nln't what you think I nm. That' the !ody I took. It nln't me. I'm an eddlrated loan understand" "I'm afralj of you. Vim .nk tike n dead man." whimpered the other The sailor laugliel "And, when t was In the cell w tilting to lie aelit to the rhalr with the arms I applied lesson eei of the liook concent ra tlmi. I gut out of my Midy by night nnd went wiierlug nil over the world, looking for u iimii who wa ready to cash In. "There wns one on the Thauiws Just renily to drop off with heart disease. He didn't kimw No. Ixnly knotted It hut me. I hw him In my cell ni plain as I see you now "Then It tin lesson eight of tin" hook for mine. I'd studied and stud-liiland practiced nnd practiced till I wa nil rendy to klip out of my sheath. I seed I1I1 It wai as quirk as n soul going out of Ids Ixidy ime, two, " like thl "Vou're crniy." said the little old man. "Vou're craiy. I'm nfrald of )ou. I don't want you to talk to me no more." "Vou're going to heur It." snnrled the sailor. "Von jotta henr It now The minute he wed out 1 slipped In one, two like that. I left my old carcaM lying nsleep In the cell, wait Ing for the warder to carry it through the nice little door Into the nice little room nt eight o'clock tomorrow, And hern nm I. "I dumio in I mightn't hate picked a better body, being uu eddlrntcd man. nnd thing luta gi4 sort of confused, but I'll reiiiember In time, I guess. Ilo' ho I ho!" He roared In laughter The) 'I I think It' me tomorrow tit eight In the morning. They'll hate another cue coming, though." 'Don't )oti talk to me no mar," whimpered tho little old man. "I'm it frit Id of you. I'm going to sleep. I nm." ""Sight o'clock, lmy Turn out'" ihouted the nttendunt. An the clock struck, for a moment a look of four came, over the sailor's fare; then he laughed. "I gues-- 1 fooled 'em," he wild. "Which way you going, ImiT" but I'm going "I'm going alone," plpeil tho little old man. "I'm going with you till two o'clock," ald thu sailor. "Vou come along of me. I may want you ut two." They started off nnd walked able by atdo out of liiidtiu. Into l.'pplng forest. They tnt down on a trunk. It was two In the afternoon. "Vou you wna lying, wum't youi" piped tho little old mini. "Course I wna I) In'," snarled the ether. "I'll atlck by you. Youro a good sort, bo, Suddenly, with an Inhuman scream, muscles he seemed to Miff en, hi atruliuil a If ugnlnst bonUt; hi body sagged utid fell forward. "Hu'a dead," plpeil the little old mail. "Hu'a dead. Thu devil' gut him." Ami ha started running at full Ipit'd Into tho forest. To-morro- Saturday, Sept 9th, '22 AT 2 O'CLOCK sell to the highest and best bidder her late home on Richmond street. y residence, large rooms, concrete porch and This is a nice back porch screened, cistern at back door, lights, water and bath; garden and good barn. This property is in first class condition, just been painted, ready to move into January 1st., 1923. two-stor- lie mt on tils Imt and went ti'il. Krerxlo'ly knew. The ch'rki biii I lytiht tint! iwrheil their two utvkv jiiiy In mlwmtv, with nnifee, There m y uhtle chnngu In tholr tieniitinor Thi-no lotiscr hefit nvrr They tlii'lr work wlit'ii .S.ij-- r Men (tiilfiK llivili'iitly nlxuit hltu Tlit' oitliv buy forgot to oprn the il'ir, Why h'? lit wax no lutiKcr In S'.i wyi'r'n niplo) t i Tin flfator Imy crlnticil at Sawyer wlu-- lit1 twik hint ilown. .Suw- yer wilt MiiMittl. Tliert- - wai pritlatily tin lant tin In Miiwyi-r'imcket witun't. Sawyer paxvl fur ti t in. Tln-niHit Intii thtf hull. Illi t)ii lit u h a lienutlful, fnh. Inmilily iIivhut! imiy (.nine tuuuril lilm ThU n .MNh Ijiton ii very Intimate frli'tiil, ifrlinn liM rnnKt Intliiuitv. Tin-rwnn n ntninee look on Iur fori' "What'n thl.1 I uhout you, JlmJ" rim imkeil. "US true, whatetir you've hennl. Heh'li,H Suwyer ulitwenil. Tin hlown up, tlnhhiil." .Sho Ktaivil at him IncrtMlutounly, M.ml whnt nn you colnir to ilo nhout iltt liiinlrnlly lint time. Ensstioas PosiUvsly. Wmsis, Too, Paadsl S.S.S. Stops Stim rimpUs an skin eruptions hard a you pay for every bU(k.hail anil plmpt on your face. IMmples prouuen prju'iico ana prsrent proipsrltr, Xvur btart may, t rofJ, I nm. B. plfCaUodly. . S. Will lUJ Tsa ( tho Cra.blnc riu- - AV tm-n- iii-n- Z!! e hir llll't" lll' ukitl. .Suwjrr drew hit Into nn nlcovi', away from prylnu eyei. "Ma ten, Helen, I've the thouunil left," lie mlil. "I might raUo fire thutmnit morv. Will you come nway with tne to that tittle parmlMe of an lulo we've apoken off lllsi Raton tosHetl her hem I cn trmptuously. "Well, I eueas not!" he anwerel. "No love In a tropical cot tare for mine, thntika!" Anil Sawyer quailed hefor' her enw tempt. Tli It atruck htm more, bitterly than any thine In the world. "What nre you golnic to do for met" MIm Kuton continual. "How my al towanre golns on!" Sawyer tuttied on her fiercely. "It Isn't!" he Htuwereil. "Vou'vo awal !oed every penny of mine yuu'ro K'- Ing to liae." She heitan pleadtnc, threuteiiliu Sawyer cut her off with cimtempt. She tluni; a vlcloui phra!) at him und puvil out of the ImlMlnc. Sawyer went to tho telephone booth and called up hl.i wlfe'a lawyer. "Tell Mr. Sawyer that her suit wilt not he conteateil." he said. ThM U Juiivni Sawyer tpenklnt;." He went home to tils lonely apart, ment. It uu Hire,! months since his wife had found out uhout Miss Kutixi uud left him. Hut Mlsi Katun was only the lut of a lone iierles of loves. Sawyer sat down nnd hecan ttiltikliu' He had been married eighteen yeurt. At tlrst he and Marian had loved each oilier, but tnat was when lie huh a tlfteenlollar clerk und they had thnv-rooapartment uptown. Tliot very fair to look hack days upon now. He hud been happier with her theru than at uny time nfterwnrd when they Ihnl In luxury. They had been fond of Tom, their only child Tom who had turned out bad uud dliitpeiired ycurx before. the lat bond be That hud tween Ihem. Sawyer had been sur prU.il when Jlarliin left him. He had not thoiiKht that she would mind uhout Miss Katun. He had even thought ahe liinl known. Hut what u fool a man uns to follow false lures! He nat ulone in his study. Th servant were exectlng notice, there was only the mail and man relation ship between them now. He had nt ways known there was hate beneath the man's smooth exterior. Well, there was only one thltu for It. A man could not live alone, nnd Sawyer hud not even u doe. He ojened it little drawer In his desk, took out gomethltiK shilling somo one was In the hall. He replaced It hastily. Tim door opened. Marian stood In the room. She came forward. "Vou're ruined. Jim?" "That's rlKht. Marian. I've told Heath fc Hodircs not to contest your Mitt. I'm sorry It'll lime to go so hard with you." Marian came slowly toward him. Her lips trembled. "And I -- I've told Heath Si Hodges not to proceed," she said. "Oh, my dear, my dear, let me comfort yon!" She kneeled ut his side. "Let us forclve each other," she whNpered. "When trouble amies whom should I stand by but you? I've fulled, failed you In my loe. W'e'xe K't what we deserved. Do you remember the the little Hut uptown In the old days? Let's rh back nnd heSn all over aenln. We'ro young enough with Ime " Sawyer snapped the drawer that held the slilulnc Milne Into Hiltlon. Ho drew his wife Into his ami. Trouble's eoue," he answered. "Nothing cnt; eter trouble us again." d l(r H. B. 8. and sea your faca clear anl your skin Ret ruddier, your fleati firmer. It will rive, you a boost In your career. H. H. H. Is sold at all druc stores. In two alies. Tho UrgeC tic Is thn more economical. bui who wants to kiss rruptlonst rimplr mm don't look Ilka tho owners cf snythlnr, limply women, too. ax puiites, with no prospects anil no power. Youne men ana women, hero's tho posltlv way out. myites arvl purcatlves will fall. What you nel l.s a sclentlfla bloolcteansr. 8. S. 8. la one of tho most powerful destroyers of blowl Impurities. You can prove this In a short time. 8. 8. H. has been, patied on by a jury at millions of peo Me Junt like yourself. It Is conil.lT. one of thn moat powerful veajeULIo blocnl.puririers nnd flehbulUers In existence. That's why you hear of many underwelaht pvopla putting on loat fleah In a hurry, why you hear of many rheumatics being freed from this course, with H. H. H. Btart tolay with "S. S. S. is for ia!e at McRoberU Druz Store." Central Grant's Boyhood. L'lyies (Jrnnt was what was called In the iielzhhurhixHl of (ieonietown, where he lived from bis second year until he was ent to West I'olnt Terms made known on day of sale. tln-rv- S. M. Nat Prewitt, Auct. TURNER, Admr. MRS. AMANDA COY. hirey boy," He llkeil to ride nnd drive them boy and to work with them. A hor-e- y was not expecteil tit take kindly to hook, nnd Ulysses was behind most of the boya of his age In the school at (eiireetitwn. except only In iirlthmetlc. Teachers nt that time gave their pupils mentnt arithmetic before they took up the written work, nnd In doing the problems given the classes In mental arithmetic young rsrant proved a star. arailemy, huiei "a llke-- VALUABLE STANFORD INVESTMENT PROPERTY Two Story Brick Garage Building, ETC., OF THE . Ilh. Danville Buick Co Elephant Sprinters. In spite of the great bulk and turn- serine salt, the elephant has been known to exceed 15 miles an hour and to have kept up a rate of ten miles s.n hour for a long time. It is said that an elephant does not reach proper maturity until It Is 10 years old. and that It may live for over n century. Darwin calculated that after n period Df 750 years. If breeding were not Interfered with, there would be 10.l).d) elephants alive, descended from a ilngte pair. The tuiks which nre the weapons of the males In their furious combats, are ueil by both sexes In everyday life for digging up roots for food. At Auction 9th SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER AT 10:30 A. M. This splendid business property is located on Main Street in the heart of the city of Stanford, Ky opposite the court house. On larne corner lot, 10x1275 feet. One of the choicest locations in the city. brick Karate 1(1x150 feet. On the second Hoot' we Handsome have six nice living rooms, 'urge closet, hall .fully equipped bath room, city lights, etc. On the first lloor is the garage proper, concrete fioor .large elegant display room, pretty olfice and supply room, two toilets, etc. Hasement under thu entire building. Part of basement with concrete lloor, used as work room and machine shop, balance of basement for storage. in every parThis garage heated by furnace ami modern and ticular. There is also a blacksmith shop on the rear of this lot and plenty of room for another building or an extension of the present building. The whole property rents for $1,(300.00 per annum. Mr. Investor, you can't It is all we claim for it and more. Give it a look alFord to overlook this one and be convinced that we arc olfering something out of the ordinary. All interested parties have agreed that this property shall sell for whatever it will bring, it will be left ABSOLUTELY with YOU to say what this valuable holding is worth ami when the last bid is made on sale day, a deed will bo made to the lucky bidder. Stop, figure, reason with yourself. $1,(500.00 income per year is not bad. OPPORTUNITY is knocking at your door don't let it pass you by. This property will pay you splendid dividends on the dollars you put in it. It couldn't be better located. Is rented for a term of years and any tune a change is wanted it could be converted into a department store or most .,ny thing you want to make out of it. All in A 1 condition. POSSESSION AT ONCE, sub-jeto rental contracts. Remember the day and hour, SATURDAY, SEPTEM-UF.9th., AT 10i30 A. M. Meet us then and pound your bids at her. Exceedingly easy terms. For full particulars see, write or phone either the owners, the Danville Iluick Co., Danville, Ky or two-stor- y te ct R M. S. HATFIELD DENTIST Office over The Garrard Bank. Phones Office 5. Residence 376. LANCASTER. KENTUCKY. J. A. Beazlev FUNERAL DIRECTOR Otllce Over National Usnk. Residence 1'hone 3. Office I'hone 27 (LANCASTER, KY. Dr. Printus Call Walker s VETERINARIAN. Answered Promptly Day oi NUM. Phone 317 ANCASirR, KENTICkY ti, Green Clay Walker Law And Real Estate Money to loan on farms. List your farm for sale priv I'll" You Know 'Em Llka That. Cynical Doitor (to chronic complain er) Well, how am you feeling todjyj la there anything that doeia't hurt HUGHES & McCARTY, Col. Stanford, Ky J. B. DINWIDDIE, ON THE BLOCK tn b bsptUed. The parson said; "Yoh done btvn baptized twelve times, Jo. An' again you come fo'ward Into de fold. Ain't dtt de truf, dat yoh has been liefoh?" "Oafs de truf." said llrotlier Joe. "How often do you expec to I baptized. I ax yoh?" "I reckon every yeah," said mother Joe. "Do oftencr I gets dish mortal clay soaked, de safer I'll sure be from the sparks on de great day when da world am ill on fire. Hallelujah H bnp-tlte- il llrotlier Joe came forward Prtpircdntis. ately or at auction. Office over J. W. Smith's Store. DR. J. OPTOMETRIST Practice J. BYRIN'E limited to diagnosing and correcting defects by of Kyetlfht the nttlnc of proper glasses. DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. Of Ua Hours Opposite Cilchcr Hotel. S to 12 aad 1 to S swaa..- Tne Central Record. Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Sept 7, 1922 in HIT Red HARVEST KING MARVELLOUS YELLOW FULTZ ALL KECLEANED I New 6rop Timothy Seed, ALL Glover, Michigan Rosen Rye Home Rye and Seed Barley TESTED FOR PURITY AND GERMINATION TELEPHONE HUDSON & FARNAU NO. 26 LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. people meekly submit to beingjin our own eyes they are gen- will pluck erally considered to be virtues. 91.50 Y.ar. robbed the robbers Issued Wkly. When commenting upon the to the bone. them Payable In Advance. And even the bone may soon delinquencies of our neighbors J. E. ROBINSON, Editor. along with the it might be well to consider disappear It L. ELKIN. Local Editor and Mgr. that what we term his faults pound of llesh. ho may deem to be virtues. Entered nt the Tost Office In LanIf two valuable animals were Mall caster, Ky., as It is difficult at times to unfighting at death grips any perMatter. derstand our own minds, and son of intelligence would enimpossible to follow the Fotfn AdvvrtUtnff Rtprt deavor to separate them and quite THE AMEHICANi PRESS ASSOCIATION minds of others. preserve the usefulness of both. For this reason it is possible The railroads and the coal LaKasler, Kr., St pi 7. 1922 that in judging the other felmines and their employees are low we may lay ourselves open Political Announcement!. in just that condition of antagoRate For to being judged even more nation For Precinct and City Offices.! COO nism, with the entire harshly by him, and with some 10.00 facing appalling For County Offices disaster as a measure of justice. 15.00 result of the struggle. For State and District Offices. .. .10 Have we no public officials Popularity speaking, charity For Calls, per line .10 For Cards, per line . with sense and courage enough begins at home .but from a For all publications in the interto step in and arbitrarily set- practical standpoint there is est of individuals or expression of individual views, per tle the strife in fairness to both little to be found in many of 10 sides? line our modern domiciles. .OS Obituaries, per line A man will growl nt his wife Or is the welfare of the less con- for some trivial act that is American people of sequence than that of an ani- readily excused in another woman, while many a husband mal? ' polite- is roundly condemned for what Some people say that Hut is is promptly condoned in other ness costs nothing. men. entirely true? that It's a queer world, and some DEMOCRATIC TICKET It is possible that a chronic of us are even more so. FOR CONGRESS grouch may at times assume a HON'. KALI'H GILBERT When you henr a windbag certain degree of courtesy, but it is invariably at the cost of blowingoir in public don't believe everything he says. He Henry Ford recently an- a tremendous effort. His natural inclination is to doesn't believe the half of it nounced that he would close his great automobile works be growl, and grumble, and snarl, himself. And when making a big cause the steel trust wants to land such people invariably fol noise yourself be careful of rob him in the price of the raw low the bent of their inclina material that goes into the con- tions. To suddenly assume an what you say, or others may struction of his cars. He as- attitude of politeness is foreign hang a windy label onto you. serts that he will not be a par- to his nature. It requires an Some people believe in the ty to such profiteering. effort, and no effort is without prompt payment of debts, esAlthough the closing of the its cost. pecially when they are coming Hut the greater the cost the Ford industry will bring hardto them. We are of the some, ships to millions of people, the more precious the jewel. with a good many coming our Give the polite grouch the way. stand taken by Mr. Ford is credit that is his due. commendable. We all have our faults, but As long as the American The Central Record FINE POSITION The Rev. Jtanry N. Faulconer n Contrncta with League for Sixteen Months at $100 Per Day 'Anti-Saloo- Bale tie for sale. Hudson A Fa in . Second-Clas- s j The Rev. Henry N. Faulconer, formerly of Danville, but now of Hilliburii, Ohio, has just contracted League of with the Ameneo, to deliver a lecture n day for the next sixteen months at S100 per day. The Reverend Faulconer has been preaching in Lexington for the iait several months and has given eminent satisfaction. He has been, In fact, drawing Urge and well pleased audiences to hear his masterful sermon. He Is one of the greatest pulpit orators of the country. He has given much of his time in the past to revival services und has made a wonderful success In the field. Rev. Fnulconer's many warm friends and relatives in Danville and Central Kentucky will read with delight that he has accepteil such a line offer and League is to be conthe gratulated upon securing the services s of such an able advocate. Rev, wife was Miss Marguerite Mason of Lancaster, one of the most beautiful women in Central Kentucky. They have eight most charming children, two of whom have recently visited Danville. Miss Joe Faulconer, who was one of the most attractive girls upon the Centre Ball room floor last June is now studying designing in New York City, having, been fortunate enough to have been engaged by one of the largest con cerns in the Metropolis. Miss Mar ( garet Faulconer, who has shown great talent in the movie field has only re i cently been offered a very flattering contract to go to California to enter, the movie field, but her parents haw' vetoed this. It may be that sht will enter the Ft. Lee, New Jvr Held, where the environment is more inviting than at Hollywood. Calif Danville Advocate. Anti-Saloon Anti-Saloon Faul-coner'- Heme are scarce In Better attend the auction sale of R. Far sale or trade for hog practic- C. Schooler on next Saturday, Sett. ally new Apple ton corn husker, cuts 9th., at .1:30 P. M. fodder and shucks corn In one operWANTED; Men and women to Chas. K. Hay, R. R. 2, ation. sell nursery stock. Pay weekly. Harrodsburg, Phone 7011, Perryville. E. W. Reeves, District Mansger, (:9 7 3t pd) l.ancaier, Ky , Hngle House. 7 St.) September 15th. and H'.th., VJ'l'i Regular teachers examination far Somebody u going ot buy a mighty Elementary Certificate, and State pretty home at the auction sale af Certificate. the R. C. Schaoler property, on next Applicant wishing to take this ex- Saturday, September 9th., at 3:30 amination will be required to shew P. M. Will it be YOU? and academic and professional trainFOR SALE: Will sell privately ing equivalent to one year ef high Linoleum, six chairs, school work and five weeks of normal the following training or three years of teaching iron Bed and Springs; Folding Bed experience plus five weeks of normal and Mattress; Oil Stove, four burner; training. The examination for Gar- Firele Cooker; and Sidrlmard, extra Price T Smith. rard county will be held in the Court nice (It.) House at Lancaster. At the same time an English Grade Bulgin Meeting examination will be held in all the rural school of the county wherever I want to attend the meeting, and there may be pupils who de.ire to I thought some Ijincaster people take it. The examination is held for would want to help on expenses f the benefit of those who wish to my ear, and go with me. Call me enter high school this year. Pupils at the EngU House far rates and who do not take this examination will E. W. Reeves. date. It. not be admitted to high school unless' they already hold a Common School Notice Diploma. All teachers who have puCalling attention to my agency for will pils to take this examination pletite report to me some time be- Darter's School Supplies, including forehand for instruction in regard to everything needed In or around the school-rooPhone or write m at conducting the examination. Engie House, Ijincatter, Ky Respectfully vurs, office FOB SALE: Good milk cow; three.tjua.rtcr Jersey. Apply at this Dickr,on', Genuine Kanawha Salt tack, and barrel,. Hud, on tt Parnau. (tf ) The Teachers' tit ) Ja, R bntr, Sjp , (It ) F W Rrrvr. Baptist Church News ,ariG 3Ii SPECIAL PRICE 3QG 3 QG DG ON Old Hickory The first Usui of our church paper, tin' Lancaster Baptist ,is in our hands for distribution and we hope that cv- apply for a copy. j ery member will The price for this issue it ten cunts n copy, or fl.00 n year. The paper ' will be published monthly. Our revival service. will begin next Sunday. The hour of service has been moved up fifteen minutes, that Sunday school now begins at 11. 15, followed by preaching service, I Christian Church News The annual Go-- way to College service will be held at the Christian church next Sunday morning. All young people who are going away to college for the first time or who are returning after one or more years in college are invited to be the special guests of the congregation on that occasion. The church would honor her young people and fully would have them leave home aware of the prayers and good wishes of the home church a they go out 1 1) prepare thennelvo the better for life's activities. A surmon in keeping with the occasoin will be preached and all who will come are invited to be present. All is in readiness for the two-daCounty Convention of the Christian churches which meets ut Fairview next Monday, Sept. 11th. An excel, lent program has been urranged, V K. McGownu, State S. S. Superintendent, will be present; also J. S. Hilton, Secretary and Treasurer of the Orphan's Home at Louisville; o n representative from the College or the Bible, possibly Prof. V. L. Pyatl, who recently preached at Lancaster; ulso a State Worker of the Women'j Missionary Society, possibly Mrs. Louise Loos Campbell. All in all, the program will be eminently worth while. Fairview wants to be hostess to a large crowd and it is hoped that all congregations in the county will tend large delegations. y ul-l- Hornet, stores, churches, factories till over the country-- are being heated more comfortably and at less cost with the Caloric pipcless furnace. The Caloric delivers practically 100cf of the heat from the fuel directly into your rooms, and at the same time withdraws the cool uir from the building. This establishes a natural air circulation, with the result that the building is heated more uniformly and fuel consumption is cut .lJ to Y There are now OVER H.f that 135,000 CALORIC USERS und every state in the Union, in Canada. Alaska many in this locality. at 10:15. Wagons ON ACCOUNT OF LARGE STOCK WE ARE OFFERING OLD HICKORY WAGONS AT A SPECIAL PRICE. SEE US BEFORE YOU BUY. CONN BROS. "Live and Let Live Folks." DG 3B E IE The Junior meet at t'lfl. The song service begins lit 7.30 1'. M., followed by preaching service. The pastor will preach next Sunduy morning and evening. Brother .Martin will urrive Monday and will preach every night during the service. The hours for day meetings will be announced next week. The success of the meetings is in the hand of the membership of the in praychurch Their er and in attendance will assure n large measure of blessing, but fail ure to work and pray will defeat the most effective evangelist. Shall we not plan our work so that we can not only attend the services ourselves, but make u special effort to have others attend. The politician gives liberally of his time and money to secure votes for hi favorite candidate, shall we do less to enlist others in the service of our Muster? A welcome is extended to all to attend our services. a word of warning. Caloric ,ucc. has twii so revolutionary It has sroustd opposition from thus who profit from making and wiling hating sysLms. Tbs i.tujt la that many Imitation plpslm furnac hav put out which ar failursa. mUlrd by thnsUilursa. Moat of th.ni w,is iMgnJ to b lis not bn lallui maihtJ. in vain attempts to dUcivdit th, r.pUly-rtowin-c Caloric Mm. anj havs ln Th Caloric Is a 100 siKXrsa provsn so by Its rcord IhrooRh ysars of nuking gu&V and by th guaranu of "satUfoctian or mooy hack" und.r which w .l m G.t th. gtnuins Caloric Id.utlfWl by th nam on th r.guur and f.ml door. Sold la this locality tidunv.ly by HaseldenBros THE NEW IMPROVED AT NEW LOW PRICES The Central Record, Lancaster Ky. Thursday, Sept 7, mMMMmmmMMMMmMmMWMM Mr. 1 922. and Mrs. Harry IIarrodburR attended llilllnc the Chriitian church. MIm Sue Eat To Advantage Klmore, of Mis Dena Harrison, of Ilcrea, Is tho Klmore an attractive visitor in tho home of wedding Tuesday morning at Mr. and-M- r. II. J. Highland. Buy Meats THAT SATISFY YOU CAN J Ilrls Conn and son, J. llri. Jr , Chenault and Mr. Dsujf' are In Detroit, looking after some 'n Chennult, of KIchmund, arc here new model for the local trade where they will take pnrt in the Misse. Margaret and Virginia Fh Kimore-Ilillincwellrii. crson, of Crab Orchard, were visi Mr.. K. II. CampbeW and Mttle tors in Lancaitcr last Saturday daughter, Kilter Loran, who have MiM Marcella Johns, of Cincinnati, been vMtine her muther, MrH. Joe has relurnel after n weok'w visit to anna Hall have roturnmt t their Mm. Shirley Kstes and Mis Lillian home in Stanford. Kites. ii STETSON New Huekner Spindle, of Norfolk Porter Hudn, of Danville, Va., joined his family UNLESS YOU EAT THE BEST FOOD. here far n short and Mr. Norris MontptnuTy, former stay the home of Mr. and Mrs. K THAT'S THE KIND WE SELL. Captain of the fiimom Centre ColleRe K. at Mcltobert. Foot Hall team, are ructi of Mr. and ,n i i Mm. W. A. Fnmnu at dinner this rut Mr. and Mrs. J. W. J one. have Satisfaction--Sanitatio- n evening. returned to Louisville, after a visit to Mm. A. C. Milei and Mr. anil Mm Mr and Mr. I). OoWoy have movOUR MOTTO Hubert Carter. property on ed in the Tomhn!n Hirhmnnd treet, which they recently Mr. J. W Gulley and son, Itobert Look at our windows today, you will see your purch3a. 'ITh' home they vacated Ullord Camp Dick HobitiMin, havt MEAT & MARKET occupied by Mr. and Mm. Harry been recent guests of Mm A. (' i shape in TomlitHon. Mile ami Mr. and Mm. Hubert ( ar CHAS. SANDERS, Prop. ter. Mim A Hie Arnold, who bat. heen A HAT Mr. and Mm. William Caey are itndini; a month with her niMer, Mm. Joe Franci and MIm Mnry receiving congratulations over n ilain just received ami put on display left Sunjiay for Colorado ty little Miss, who arrive. I .it their Springi, where rtu- will intruct pu- home Saturday evening, christened, M m Kafir Harm D.istrs.in left Men are attracted to STETSON HATS by their Stella Mae. Monday for Paint Lick, when- - she pils m the school for tho Duaf. KEEN STYLE and further won to positive economy wi'l teach this year. Mr. Kctor Ijiwson left last Sunday Mr. Nellie Taylor and daughters. liy their service. Mi.- Ituth and Loui, will nccom- - for Louisville, where he will locate. Jin- - Wheeler, Mr of Here. ha We Have at your service a wonde-f- ul shipment been visiting hi a fetor. Mr. Hen pony S.Mr. Jim Arnold home in Colum taking up the practice of law, with C , and will make thoir home Hon. Morton K. Yont.. His olTices bia. of FALL STETSONS just arrived. Wood and Mr. Wood. there. Uinrater friend. regret the will be in the Inter Southern buil L A RrUI MrJlw o? Iht Onlni and Mm. II. C. Clnrk wai hostess nt departure of tlim iplendhl family, ing. Galnjtl byThott Wt Art Intirtittd In. n elegant mx o'clock dinner Saturt Mrs. Kphriam P. Ilrown entertain Word ha been ieelvel of the day, in honor of Mr. Uriah Dunn, of critical illne of .Mr. John Walker ed with a pretty dinner party last Hurgin. Mm. It II Ilatson was a visitor in home in at hi Hlllhu.e. Mi. week at her home on Stanford street Danville Sunday Mr. Jak Leteher, Mr ami Mr. The lat report w that he wn !ime The table had for it center piece a HOUSE OF QUALITY LANCASTER, KY. J. Ilrown and lule daughter, of Shot, better and hi many lincater basket fitted with late summer flower Mr. and Mr John Oskes were in byville. were visitors in fnendt hope for a speedy rcovery. and a delicious coumc menu served Stanford Tuesday. Thursday. The guests were Mrs. Flangcr, Mis MIm Helen fiulley entertiiined Sat. Ivn Lee Smith, Mm. Lee Cox and Mli.-- , Lizzie returned Ilettss ka Mr. Clarence Oakes left Monday of Richmond, and Mr. Robert WalkMis Mnrlko llottia, who has urday evening with n "jilumberlefn Mls Christine Cox, of St. Louis, Mo. from the iummir school at UWmwhhI. spending the summer with her moth- pari)" with the following for Corbln. er ,of Richmond, then Miss Carolyn guost: One of the lovely late summer soci er, Mn. Kllcn llettt, n returned to Mie Margaret Hughe, of LouisMary Miss Jennie Higgin has been a Allen, of LaGrangc, and Mr. DougMrs, Joe Pranck and Mis Islington. ville, Haiel Champ. Margnret Klliott, al functions of Lancaster was the recent visitor in Danville. las Chenault, of Richmond, followed Arnold were victors In Danville Sun bridge party given Saturday after Mm Kate Herkclc who has been Kugenia Dunlap and Lama Dunn, of day. noon by Mis Kdna llerkele on Lex Miss Virginia Oakes and brother, by Mm. J. K. Klmore and Mr. John visiting Imcater relatives, left Lexington. Following ington avenue in honor of Mis: Frank, have returned home after visi- Ilrown, of Louisville. Mm. John Dunn, of Miami, Florida. Tuesday fur her heme in New slowly was the maid of honor, Mist bride-elec- t. Mr and Mm. II. K. Hughe, of Charlie Klmore, The ting relatives in Stanford. I the guest of Mr. W. Ahborn Orleans, Iji. Mary Elmore ,who was bcuutifully Louisville, motored to Lancaster for house was decorated in yellow anil Price. Mm. I.ora Noel and family, Mr. gowned in yellow organdy trimmed in the week-enThey were accom- white cosmos nad the refreshments Mr. J. C. Hemphill. Jr.. of ChicaMiss Minnie Johnson ha' returned go, joined hi mother here, far a visit panied home by thulr daughter, Mlw earned out the scheme of yellow and Frank Land, Mr. and Mn. Dan Ray silver flowers, a white picture hot from a stay in Richmond and Ver- at Mr. Margaret Robinson, on Itlch-m- Margaret Ilughp. wna ha been vlii- - white. A number of friends were compocd a motor party to Richmond and carried a huge bouquet of Ward roses tied with Ward tulle. Then tng here, and Mrs. Cora Miller, who invited after the game for refresh the past week. alHr. street. came the beautiful flower and ring will mate a visit to her daughter, mnt. guests About twenty-fiv- e .mm. urmn uunn and two sons, Mr. ami Mrs. Ike Dunn and chilgirls, Norma Illanton, dressed in blue Mrs. Chorlos Hardin, af Harrods- - Mm. Hughes. wore present. Harry Guthrie and J. I... of Hurgin, Lexington .were visiters here Inirg, accompanied her husband dren organdy, Elizabeth Karle Klmore, of were weekend guests of Mr. and .Mm. Hnrrodsburg, Mm. One of the prettost entertained Saturday Sunday. in peach bloom organdy Judge Hardin, Monday for a visit evening at her home in "HnseWen socal functions given Miss Chnrllt W. G. Clark. and Margnret Illanton in white orl.ancater. f Stan, in MIm Kllzohetli Stop). Heights" in honor of MIm Arabella Klmore was the one by Mm. J. K Messrs. Curl and Paul Luckslnger, gandy. The charming bride entered ford, has been visiting. Mm. Kphriam Mr. Lula Johmon, Mr. and Mrs Williams, who has been spending the K more on Thunday afternoon from have returned to their home in with her brother, Mr. J. E. Elmore Ilrown. Dudley Hourne and liaby, of Ver-soi- l, summer with her aunt, .Miss Hcbecca three to six. The house wa lovely Springfield", Ohio, after spending the and at the same time the bridegroom Delicious are vliting l.ancator friends William. refreshment. with it collection of antique furni- summer months with Mr. nnd Mm. came with his, best man, Dr. Pharr, i in Cincinnati Mr. Sam Cotton were serve!. The affair proved a ture and vases of bright Howcm to A. B. Milby. of Morganton, N. C, from another to consult a physen in regard to and relatives. ' most enjoyable on. lend a festive air to the occasion door and the couple met before the her health. o Miss Nancy Phillips UuUon. Friend. here have received the fol- minister, Rev. E. K. Hourlund, who There were four tables of bridge and Mm. K. I. Owsley entertainisl Satreturned Louisville, ha been visitng her aunt llatsost ha Alls Cecil later a number of friend were asked lowing announcement: performed a beautiful and impressive "Mm. Joseph Cone Frank from a visit to friend in Shclbyville Mr. Jesse Sweeney and Mr. Sweeney, urday evening with n picture show- to partake of the delicious luncheon. ceremony. The attendants formed n party at the Homan's Opera House Tkl. ..... n Dnnvlle road. ., ., and Richmond, l..l .....I, announce the marriage of her pretty circle making a picture of un...I. After the show refreshments were, cream cheese, daughter , ,. assorted sandwiches , Mr J II Witt and Mr. and Mrs , ... ... usual beauty. During the responses Mr. and Mm. James llrickoy have 'V Jo Honl n,l ;, Following this the tiny '' "Call Me Thine Own" was played. returned home after a pWnmnt visit. A H. Melly have returnotl from n guests were Mm. Ada Kinmurd, of I n1,1 . to Margaret Che- of pfeHwant vM4t with frittnd.i and ruin- - i After the prayer and blessing the ami.. , In JeMtco, Tenn. ii... i, ' Mr. William Owen Hester llridnl-choru- s nault Illanton, presented to Mis Kl tlviw. In Somerset. from Lohengrin soundrndo Springs, Mim Mary Arnold, Mis more a large Mr. and Mm. N. Miller an- - in Cinwhite tiaskct containing on Monday September the fourth ed joyfully for the departure from Mr. ami .Mm. W. D. Jonu. Dr. and hate Kinunird and Mis Ullnn cinnati for a wink's visit with Mr. the gift brought by the guesU a a nineteen hundred and twenty-tw- o the church nnd down the aisle. The Mr C. II. Mninbnrt, of Itichnioml, Lexington, Kentucky ami Mm. MUIr. miscellaneous shower. Her appre bride was never lovelier and carried At Home cHMxl a mUr party to Sbnkvr Robert lluys, of LancutT, for- ciation and enthusiasm were charm a French bouquet of bride rose tied Imen toun and I hamster th middle of the merly Mm. C. C Ilrown, who ha of Winchester, ha Wen made ing. The oecatton wn a delightful 11 South Adams Street Mis Chenault wore J with white tulle. ' visiting Mm. F. II. MurUbury, return. week. Uiehmond, Va." iighth district member of the com- one. a delicate pink organdy trimmed in oh U her heme in Louisville Saturyellow, blue nnd pink rosettes, with at the Mr. and Mr. A. Howard Kice. of mittee of Americanization Mis Juan Mount entertained Fri day. a picture hat of white and a huge conferonce at (lias. day afternoon complimenting Mis Elmorc-Billin- ps Parkernlrtirir. W Va.. will motor thru American Leg-tobouquet of pink roses tied with pink Rev. Price T Smith and daughter tin week for a iit to Mr IliceV gow. Mr Hay is the son of Judge jchnrJ0 liride-elecTh Th.- Chritin ehurch presented n tulle. Miss Allen was gowned in H. Marklur, J. Smith l ays, of this city, and is a spent lat week in Harrodsburg, with mother Mr II t..xinKtn avenue was ad Mr. Chan. II Smith and attended They wilt be am'mpaiUfl bv Mr member of the Kentucky bar, pruc ditionally pretty with olnjjornte deco- p.cturvsque setting Tuesday morning, ' heliotrophe organdy with a white ticing at IjiHcastur. WincheMer cor; its bower of ferns and white ture hat trimmed in white and carried the Kentucky Annual Conference of mid Mr t lay Sul'oii, who have In en rations of yellow marguerites ami Lexington HeraUI. clematis, the arrangement of the' a bouquet of pink rose. Mrs. El- Methodist Church South. the.r Kuenta for a veek crystal candle stick lighted with yellow candles. There were four tables decorntions making a charming buck- - more, the matron of honor, was The dinner xirty given by Mr. ami in jiale green organdy ve.led ground for a solemnly pretty Mm. J. W. Klmore at their home on of players and the prize for the top ding. The bride, Mis Charlie Kl- lace and silver, with a whit Danville avenue in honor of the hrtdal score wa won by Miss Angie Elmore, the daughter of Mr. ture hat trimmed in silver and car-amid Mrs. Robert Kinnaird, who party of the Klmonv-llilliiiwi.l.inig Mm. J. W. Klmore, is one of the ried a huge bouquet of Ward rose, was ii pretty social atfair of the sea cut fur the prize and Mm. Kinnaird capable girls of society, a graduate The gifts were of special beauty and son the table was beautifully dec was the fortunate one. There was of Lancaster High School, who later the elegant collection wa numbered After took up the School t r.it ed in kite summer tlowen uud a n guot prize for Miss Klmore. for the Dvaf train- - into the hundred. The wedding wa Jchciou Ave course menu servetl. the gumoti delicious yellow and white ing. and her pleasure was always one of the most beautiful and inter-foun- d brick cream and yellow iced cake After tho dinner the guestx went to in her best friend, her book estlng events of the social calendar. the Christian cliurch for rehearsal. were Mirved. The tablW were deco- and her general interest in all things After a honeymoon Dr. nnd Mm. rate, with a cry filled with vaic and literary. In her gown of i ing will be ut home in Morganton, lit) yours the yellow .Mis .Nannie .M. wood, margueritos. Assisting N. C. The bride is loved and nil- -. ld, only daughter of Mr. Will Wood, in the hospitalities were Miss Mount's white satin trimmed in lace, a large niirod by all und is n social favorite, of thw city, wt. mnrriinl the past mother, .Mr. J. R. Mount and Mis white picture hat she wa a statoly who will be much missed. All join in week to Mr. William L Fredrick. 2 Caiolyu Allen, of LiC range. This bride. At the altar she was met by wishing the jeara old, a sign painter of Shelby- - was one of the largest, as well it one the man of her oholee. Dr. Gilbert j life of joy attractive couple a long Hillings, who comes of a prominent ami happiness und just vule. The marriage took place In of the prettiest entertainments of they were family, Idcnuried with the social ami before their departure Jetfersonville, Intl., one of ht local the social seusen. BOOKS commercial interest of MorgttHtun, howtrod with rose leaves in pink und olficlating. The couple ure iiiinisteM The outstanding social event of the N. C, hi home town. The whole white und many happy prediction luite 'popubir ami the iinnouncemunt for the future. Among the out of will be road with grwit intennst. They past Sunday in this vicinity wu the note of harmony was curried out in INK, PENS, RULERS, ERACERS, unniverttary of th birthday celebra- white, ami delicate yellow, green, town guestst were Mr, and Mr. John will reside in Louisville. tion at the home of Mr. and Mr. blue nad pink tint. As the gtsests' Ilrown, of Louisville, Mm. Lulu Mrs. Mao Hughes Nolaml. son, Mr .and Mm. Ilradley liournc, The following girla and boy will W. II. (!ngg. The honoroe being LUNCH BOXES, SCHOOL BAGS leave this week for schools: Miss their little daughter, l.eota Griggs, the organist, assisted by Mim Amy of VcMaillos, .Mr. and Mm. Harry Martha Ward Sweeney, to Randolph. who was seven year old that day. Dawes, of Ilryanuville, uud Mm. John Klmore, Judge and Mrs. Charles liar- AND CANDIES Mucon, at Lynchburg, Va.; Miss Cecil Delicious refreshments were served Dunn, of Miami, Flonda, rendered u'uin, of Harrodsburg, Mr .und Mr, Va., Miirrs nt high noon ;ciiutiug of water-msloi- i program of special beauty. Mm. 'Tom Elmore, of Ohio, Mr. ami Mm. llatson, at Staunton, Swincbroad at Staunton, Va., Miss anil other good thing. Misses Niiluud played "I Cannot Help Loving) Huekner Spindle, of Norfolk, Va., Delia MU Lucille Sutton, Rico Ktnmu and Lula Smith, in a charming Thee" by Clayton Johns; Mm. John Mm. Kdgar Turley, Miss Carolyn Hughes, Misn Mosslu Criscllli Old Sweet Song" Rice. Mm. Hcnnett, Miss llennett, of and way assisted Mrs. Griggs In serving. Dunn sang Mis Lena Kstnlge, IndlunnpoUs; Miss Those present were: Margaret and by Mollay and Miss Dawo with the Richmond, .Mn. Huguely, Mrs. Mary Nell Nolniul, State University, Lux. Ruth White, Mary Agnes lirown, violin played "Venetian l.ove Sdng" Vincent Fulton, Mm. W. R. Cook, Mgtuii; Miss Lula Anderson, I. lull Josephine Prathor, Elizabeth mid by Nevin und "At Dawning" by Mis Margaret Cook ,Mr. Val Cook, moml Normal School; Mr. George Lucille White, Cora and Mora Doolin Cndman. of At the first notes of Men- - Mr. and Mrs. John Haughmiin, LANCASTER, KY. The Red Front Suincbruail, Centre College, Dan and little J. T. White. All left wish (clwolm wedding march the bridal Danville, Mis Covington, of Rich, villi .and J. R. Haseklrn, at Cattle ing Mis l.eota many more happy party passed down the aisle to the moml, Mr. and Mn. Davli, of MorHeights, Lebanon, Tenn. altar, First came Miss Sue Chenault ganton, N C. birthdays. Mi ijOT GET THE MOST OUT OF LIFE Lucille StUn. Delia Rice Mr. S. T. like and family, of Chat, Mm Criocilli and I.enn tanoogn, are leavnlg for home after K'tridge left Monday for Imllanapolis spending a month with Mr. and Mrs. whtre they will be initrueted a J. L. DaW. toacher in the ch(Hl for the Deaf. Mimc rr yoitngOllcn Fall HuKhi, .Mr. Stetson Service '1 Hats SANITARY FISH .f NEW FALL STETSON Ar-nol- Gossip About People loiiK-htstin- K J AS. W. SMITH ln ,f ...... Kin-nir- ... ... Je n .,,,,, t. - pie-wit- h pic-vur- Kin-nai- (j SCHOOL GOODS TABLETS J tl ic PENCILS COMPOSITION d , FRUITS "l-ov- I Sanders Variety Store v The Central Record. Lancastei, Ky., Thursday. Sept 7 1922 It Thlt tncouraglng Idolatry? of exports tit Km I la it, there In certain Kngllsli firm which, In the course of It ordinary business; produces lanre quantities of waste Milter and tanl. This material It u7 :tor.::i3 scmultz melted up, run Into molds and export-e11 tin it nit tut iiiiint nun t mini j it mt ttif? In tin- - form of turner of various Cvvrrulit lilt. M'Mtarn N.pi.r L'sus eastern Rods. "In the tlilnl round, don't ferglt, j itiiiiitiiimiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiii! l ELECTRICITY PUTS THE FINISH- r ING TOUCH TO A HOME SEE BY IT. BY In the Third Round i Speaking Open BY the Door to READ BY IT. IRON BY IT. COOK BY IT. HEAT IT. i WASH BY IT. -(io in j klit," Harney (mil whispered, World' Flnsat Diamond. hi. juiifv worth, uinl tie'lt go easy The following Is u tut of the inot wilt, you. Then In lit., third you ell fauum diamonds In the world' (1) It on 'lit' Jav iiml tlim u ' I' !m ib Abe hied ucnl cacti ut lie,r fa, the ring, li.fsky, ; fir Success OPENING A SAVINGS ACCOUNT WITH US. M-- -- There no end to the uses to which you can put electricity when it it installed in your home. If your homo is not wired for electricity let us do it for you now. The cost is less than you mifjht imtiKine. The benetUs are greater than you could conceive unless you have used electricity before. A personal interview with us will give you all of the details. BASTIN BROS. Whert to Draw the Line. Tight Shoes. "promising young ninn" I nil To draw on tight shoes. If n shoe rleht no lone as he doesn't make It tc horn Is not convenient, use two or her In writing. Nashville Tcnncsseaa three thicknesses of newspaper or the Inside of a towel. Wurtii a tight shoe Property Long In Royal Family. slightly before trying It on. The Iondon prnifrt jr ow ncd by No Mystery About Prophecy. ( aa ilukt of has Klne if" rice lYophecy, after all, Is merely the been held by ttu ltrltlsh royal family logical continuance of the known Into since 121). I the unknown ; and, on the data we Hickory First In Fuel Value. hare. It should be quite easy to hickory rinks first In prophecy for nt least fifty years ahead, Shell baric furl value, with chestnut, white oak, James Stephens. white ash nnil nil ash following Is thn order nanietl. j Ovcrpollte Oriental. j When we come to trnl) sniveling Extending Hie Power. Ilteness there are the orientals. So Juil Tunklns s.iy If tin mnn who anxious l the native of Jupun to ex- -' talks loudest so frequently gets tin alt tils friend or acquaintance that lie best of an argument In- going to Imj J sets lillil on II petleMul, mi to speak. himself an amplifier I und lowers himself to the very dust. He will not udmlt that anything he Thought for the Day. himself owns Is even tolerable, no matIlcllect that life, tike every other ter how valuable It mil)' he, und to blessing, derives Its value from Its use speak with the sIlghteM degree of alone; not for Itself, but for a noble of anything he owns Is. In his end. the Ktern.it gave It und that end opinion, to nrrhe nt the very xenlth la virtue. Samuel Johnson. of laiMllteness. A I i v-i -' ."' IUI.li) ' n the cheek. They sparred broke iirtiiy, und A'-- ' ,ts illinly nnxlous of the ut concourse of siKi'tutors. It was the Wilt eetit towurd which he bad Ihvii working for live years mt bis iiinlil Hull, the welterweight itnilllplulili.p. It had Ihiii illttirlilt to tllxl n btg mall' willing to meet him. He ttud fotigbt his wiiy up Inmi the bitttoiti, and he hud bod tough lurk. And now, ut the lint, the thing tlmt he It it I looked forwurd to ih long bail become his llifnui). Abe hiul ulwii) lotiuht stmlght. He whs the logo ill man to meet ldnky. ilut Uifik) hd ri'fllull In meet llllu. And AIk-'- s loUHg wife iiml the huh) were pining III an Side tenement. Then temptiitlou hud come In the form of Harney. Uifsky would meet him for the purse of nine thousand dollars. If be would take two thoii,nid and a knockout. He Abe bad refuted scornfully. knew tlmt be wn u fair llliiti'h ugutut Uifsky. til t things at Lome weie going worse, and Mlnule wus tlireut-eiiet- l In the end with tuberculosis. A )leldeil. "It ain't us If It wus )oitr tlnlsti, kid," Ibtrtiey hud sdld to hlui. to beat Uifky, und uo oue will know. You'll git )oiir chalice HgHlli some ilay." Tlmt wus the understanding under which they lull. Abe ruohed lii, pummelling lif-ltlertely ubout the body. Iifaky pur l rleil und guarded, returning uu blow which lui'ke.1 nil of Uif sk)'s steum. At tin. I Abe tlmugtit Ijl'sk) wus liiltnlfMl of the coinpuct ; but then he realized that the big mull hud not trained fur the tight. He was beefy, puffy, with too much sloiuucb over his licit. And then Abe aw tbut his chain had come. Lofsk) bad not trained. and he wus trained to the ounce. Vic tory wus wttblu bl with seven thousand Instead of two aa his share of the iinK'tiils f ehl hi. tU.W"" it Hi) me rut Heavy Los lliV''?; "n 'TiT VaMar. (ft) thiMlrloff. thf I'lsott, , (,r It,.s.nt. (ll) ,,,, Sancy, (12) the Shall. (1.1) the Star of the South. () Caused by Fungi, by forest tires Is etmniiiiii", but It Is no greater than tlmt attributable to fungi, which h nit mine timbers, bridge timbers. (Niles nnd other triHiHr)s of Wood, nii idltutlllg their replseement. The "life" of the average railway tie Is seven und a half years; If fungi would let It alone It would lat twice that lime. The uunual loss cuilei jt 1 Electrical Hair Cutting. There Is in use In 1'ruinv rui electric substitute for the barber's scissors. It of a ninth currying along one side of Its row of a 4tlniim wire through which Mows an fieri rb current. As the ciHiiti throiiitb the locks to be shorn the hinted wire In tuntMiiiiiuly severs I lie hairs leav ing them of even length ami sealing the cut ends as In the unllnary pnv c of slngHni: with n 4 PER CENT PAID ON TIME AND SAVINGS DEPOSITS. onlts xie The Garrard Bank & Trust Co , tar WE SELL TRAVELLERS CHEQUES PAYABLE IN ALL PARTS OF THE WORLD. Ci g e y ep'ts )u win-Mi.im- deotlny. If thu ietMl with four lines. It signifies hoie; the, Inipe sprung from fear; leaning toward the left, a life of tnmhle; leuntng toward the right, unto the end; If the center one Is longest. Sunday will be the wedding day: eight Hne denote fickleness; nine, a changing heart ; ten on one petal foretells rfrhe. ideven it large family lHise.1 f.m-tel- l Fortune Told by the Panty. The streaks on the pans) are siih to Is markeil pluikel pros-pi'rlt- Plain Outy of Cltlitmhlp. have ever considered It a thn lndlsp.-ns.iblduty of every member of, society to promote, aa tar as In blm lies, the pnperlty of every individual. but more estieclally the community In which he belongs. Jolm Haie-x-k- . 1 dene of victory, and so avoid the worst ulteiisu known to the prize ring ' On the other baud. If he tricked I Lofiky und his mauuger, would be not I wish to sell privately, my resilience on Dan' be guilty of uu HlTe.'.i.e iuull) buiP ville Avenue, just outside the City Limits in LancasThe illleiiiiiiu was u hideous one, and ter. there seemed no wu) to escain? ill Modernly equipped with CITY WATER AND honor I LIGHTS. HOUSE OF EIGHT ROOMS, WITH And suddenly hv saw red. He would BATH, ALL IN GOOD REPAIR. TWO ACRES OF beat I.ofisUy ut any rule, If be cuulil. GOOD LAND, ORCHARD, GOOD BARN AND He sprung In and denlt tt t tit a blow him. Umjii the Jaw tbut stuggered OTHER OUT BUILDINGS. After that he fought furiously, stand-- I Terms reasonable; possession January 1st, 10215. lug up under a rain of puuvhem He Those desiring to look over property may call I beard lAtfsky grunt, be saw the look me over Paint Lick phone 11-of surprise ctiuie IiiH his face. round ended umid tumultuous Abe hurdl) heard the wills--' When udvliv of bis the next round began be ruxbiil ut lifsky and begun driving him all Width of Strait of Oover. ' Chopin Wji of French Parentage. uround the ring. A fearful stomach The distance from Dover to Calais Chopin, the celebrated musician, blow momenturlly crlpplml blm, theu across the strait of Dover, Is twenty was of French iwrentasre. He was he hud sent out his left, und Iifsky ona miles. bom near Warsaw, I'olund. In 1S10. hud reeletl and fallen He died In lMH The spectators were growing frantic Valuable Sea Creature. Wus this another Davldl There was May Explain Some Thing. The wulru furulslun about 1.500 on lifsky'a face as he Tliero la no word In the Chinese lan- ntt ugly look pounds of meat. 1,0) pounds of uU blows,! guage that conveys un Intimation ol rose und met Abe's showering pounds of leather, and the and J public spirit, nor U There was a clinch. Then Lofsky got, what we term white whale furnishes much more. homo on Abe's stomach und cheek, two! there nny synonym for patriotism. staggering punches that events things, j Flapper's Definition. He had been rushing A tie grim' iiml. Asked to define "love," a romantic A Reminder. It too hard. He guarded for the jtrl replied, "I guess It's lovo when the of the second round. It will Ih unite time enough to talk fellow you an dancing with slept on about the faults and fallings of absent The third round the men faced one your foot und. Instead of It hurting. friends when e Imvo ussurcd our. uliother. Iifsky was sneering There It makes )im thrill.' iMdves tbut we have none of our own of was a cut over his o)e, und his nose wus bletsllng. , There wus u look of which to sW'iik. For Punctuation. tllicertullity III his e)es. Abe resolved Lady (In KTocery store) "I'd llko a to put forth nil his might In this round, Metal Well Named. pound of alphabet crackers, please. I It Is suld that Kkeberg, thu Swedish the one III which be wus booked to go My children make sentences out of He lieut down He rushed. of tantalum, pivo that down. discoverer them, so will you pleuse put In a few name to Uifsk)'s guard. And then the metal because of the oyster crackers for iierlods," Aloston He opened bis eyes, His second was dlillcultles he encountered Ureuliig Transcript. stooping over blm, sponging bis face. while Investigating It. "What's the nuttier V h mumbled Qreatne In Patience. "Did be get lueV Whence the Papal -- Bull.' He who walks through life with un "Cot )oii In the middle of the round, Thu popes of ltomu used to seal even tenner and a gentle patiemv their decret'N In lead Instead of wax. kid. (ice, uu ox couldn't have sdsid patience with himself, imtieuce with which gained for them the namo of up against u punch like that of I .ofothers has an everyday greatness In papal bulls, from bulls, lead. The sky's Mil). )ou sure put up a better yond that which Is won In Intnl. or1 llrst Kngllsh king to uso u seal was light than wus expected!" chanted In cathedrals. Orv l'e Dewey.! IMwurd the ConfesMir. Am he staggertsl to his oirner Iofsky ciime up and shook hands, "lice, kid, till cerlailil)' bad jne guessing," be' "I tlmught for sure )ou'd remarktsl. doubleK-rosstH- l imv till )ou let ilowii your giisrd, or I wouldn't have struck j so hard." ENJOY IT IN AFTER LIFE There was il greu' Abe smiled. He had htvn (Kiice 111 bis Iteurl. Vouni; men who would enter the decline of life in combtstteii fairly ami fate had ordillmsl fortable circumstances should bsnr'n to save now. that he was to keep his put He The approve! nioJern metnoJ of saving li a saving acwould tight fair In future. And Uirskv In the home bank. count would Imvo to meet him iigu!n. lb Thl bank invite. young men and you a;; wtHwen to Join must be roud) next time for that its fatis of savinifj tlvpoeatort. punch of Uifsky's. One dollar opens a saving account, and any sum may Colorful Reading. be deposited thereafter. .Not hug ago, writes it contributor while my nephew wus consulting the IllirHiiuit ut Hie I'resuo city library n shi;i1I hoy entereil with a btMik tbut his Ilut, since mother wlshisl evihmi.'eil. OF LANCASTER. she had neglected to send a list of S. C. DENNY, Cashier. hooks to chi'ise from, the llbrarlitr uu omewHit ut it loss to kjmw wha' Imik to semi. I lliaiiy she nsiie.l: "Has your mother rwnl TrecklesV replleil the loy "No, ma'am." "tlMO're liMtvii.' Ymilli'a ConnMiilun tJZayTZU U. New Weapon Againet Mies. to kill mice (without cats) has discovered In Australia. A Chemical Knowledge Spread. powder recently was tested by and noire It Is coining to be kllnir wheat with It and fastening buntaken for granted that the chemical (ry mire In the bins; mice died withelement are made up of Identically out eating the grain. ' stuff, and that they differ ,,nl' in their structural arrangements, Scissors a a ',"', "" Psnite from one According to an old"Dtpoilt."custom, JewUh element to another which has so employs a new 'liimhfomided sclciio- - when it was when a master tallir the latter leaves r', oiiscrviii inking piaif siMintane- - worker,guarantee that he his scissors, wilt be on as a i i " iiliiin i "l "iiuifc I which we may -d to star, work on the apMnted, A way ln-esprtn-.More - Light and Dark of Meon, The dark of the moon I that part of the lunar month when the rooon It not visible It may be considered as covering a wr(od of appmtlmately four ds)s. two days and two after the time of the new moon. The rest of the lunar month way b calleil the light if I tie ntoon. Theso are populsr etpresstons and are nut rilv'eptlble of reet d)s "'"matcl, I,,.,,. -- e,,g . j- cw.trol -- T. Terrifying Visions In Dream. Dreams about rain or water a re often signs of Irritation of the mucous membranes, and the drvamer should not he surpHseil t" wake up with a sorv thnwi Should )imi driHtm of people seterul times thetr normal lie. It Is an infall Lie sign thit the liver u affie.1. while It "as Ltd notice.! i tiat when the Ireafns uw of naln In ny n fls, there ... ' "g wr.ni part. ""' , ,,t NICE CITY RESIDENCE FOR SALE Valuable Lancaster City Property I R. C. SCHOOLER'S R. CLARENCE GREEN. I'ltie ' HANDSOME HOME AT ! ( Absolute Auction ON THE PREMISES : SATURDAY, AT 3:30 P. M. HO.MK is SEPT 9th, ' - ' , SAVE MONEY WHEN YOUNG THE NATIONAL BANK the Union." seven room resilience, two halls, KIcKimt IMPROVEMENTS: two porches, fully equipped bath room, K'ood cellar, city water and lights, jrootl cistern, spacious lawn, beautiful shade trees, 10 line fruit trees ami quite a bit of Krapcs. Kxtra larue Knrdcn. Gootl barn, double Karate and a world of other outbuildings. All improvements in the pink of condition. An ideal place to live, surrounded by the best of neiKhbors, just the place for the retired farmer to live ami educate his children, enough room to turn around and not be cramped. Mr. Schooler is a Keiitleman in all the word means and Kattie to the core. When he makes up his mind to do anything he usually does it. He lms fully made up his mind to let YOU say what this aulable property is worth, and he is KoiiiK to make a deed on the M'wh Dollar bid on sale day, let the result be as it may. Mr. Schooler will make his home in another town. Homed like this one are scarce. Look it over ami be convinced that we are oU'orinj,' something out of the ordinary. Wo know the more you look the more you will bid. Terms easy ami made known on day of sale. Homember the day ami hour, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 9th AT 3:30 P. .Meet us there then, anil pound your bids at her. You may be the lucky M. one to own one of the bes homes in Lancaster. For full particulain see, write or phone either the owner, It. C. Schooler ' Lancaster, Ky., or in two-story, kcatotl on a nice Urjre comer lot, liif.:t00 feet on DanThis pretty ville avenue, one of the choice residence .streets of the kooiI town t f Lancaster, with its splendid schools, line churches, high class citizenship, three banks, a good hustiiiess point, etc. A town noted for producing three governors to the jtrantl oltl Commonwealth of Kentucky nnd only one Col. .las. 1. Hamilton. We verily believe the Col. thinks that Lancaster is the capital of the V. S. He has ofteii saitl to uk: "I live in the best town, in the best county, and in the best state HUGHES Col. & McCARTY, . Stanford, Ky. Copfoi $50,000. Surplus $50,000. Honor Roll Bank J. B. DINWIDDIE, ON THE BLOCK The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday Sept 7, 922 1 LOUISVILLE A NASHVILLE RAILROAD ANNOUNCES REDUCED ROUND TRIP Farmers Find Culls Do Not Produce Eggs Ktghty hen culled from the flock of I HO Brown Leghorn owned by W. W Hampton, an Oldham county farmer, who liven near Goshen, foil ed to irodure n single egg during the week after they were removed from the flack, according to a report which he ha Ju made nn the culling demoiMtrntten conducted nn hs farm by poultrymcn of tae College of Agri PAINT LICK School Tablets. A. H. Mr. Rutin A Co ( EXCURSION FARE FAIR FROM LANCASTER TO LOUISVILLE ACCOUNT KENTUCKY STATE and Mr. Bcrnett Itoop ipent Saturday in Herea and Richmond. Mr. Bthcl Ilolan ha returned home after a vrsit to relative in Ohio, Mm Nannie Campbell and Mr. 5am the Campbell wcrj) in Lex.npton, Ar of the week. Mi Katie Home Dickerson wnl be w.th Mr. II. It. Montgomery during the achool term. Mr H. L. Wallace and on, Jewell, Msa Jennie HlggitM and father, spent Saturday in Lexington. M! Lim Mammon and Jessie guest Mac Hammock were week-enof Mr. Taulbee Cornett. d ( Ticket on sale Sept. 10th. to 15th., inclusive, nnd for trnitu scheduled to Arrive in Louitvillc before noon Sept. 16th. Ticket good for return to reach Lancaster before midnight, Sept. IRtli. For further or detailed information, apply to locnl ticket agent. Scare of reports being on imllar demfttrat(on cow. ducted in all part of the Mate during the last few week by tae college liultryrnen and county agricultural agents hw that practically every poultry flock In the itate contain a urpning percentage of bwirricr hen :nat ran be dfctfMttod of without reducing th- - ejg production of the Dock. culture. j Mr. and Mr. A. G. Boner, of are ivlting her parent, Mr. D. Hurrhell. a. and Mr. J. Mr .and Bfefore Baby Comes who undergo well as at tu moment when delivery occurs. Theso months of suffering, with nerves and vital organs weakened. Icavo their effect upon tho child. An emlnrnt physician found tho way to stop much of this unneceary suffering tho samo easy way which thousands of mothers have used for tbrvo generations. -Mr. Wltr 8, lUllrr. rtrl!r-por- t. in.! . Ifor mr llttl toy fiti I wi ,o p.rnltr.1 In mr hip n.l l.mU I foul.l hartlr 11. nJ llltl aftrr ur thii itr rurtlon nrnM' I ,tp. t I tit It turning on up hn I t dawn, tut now, fur tim; in fft. I mul l.Mlr uilnr cn kaltlr of Mthr' I'rtrn.l. I am to muth Utter. 1 tttl lht I kiawtl t'rienj. ' lif to 1 Garrard National Farm Loan Assn Federal Farm Loans. RATE OF INTEREST 5i PER CENT. P'or information sec G. B. SWINEBROAD, Sccy-Trea- s. BE READY JANUARY 1st am now accepting; application 'or loaiiH on farm land to be clo.ol on or before January lwt., and you should now bi'irin to arrange your payments hh it requires some tmu' to complete farm mortiitfe loans. OUR RATE IS 5a PER CENT. No rod tape, Just Kood old plain farm loans, like getting, the money from your local hank, local and liberal valuper cent inations fixed. If you are now pitying terest you are letting money Kt away from you that should he saved. Just call me by phone or write to me at Paint l.lck, Ky , oirice, Peoples Hank, and I w.ll do the rest. I R. G. WOODS Fine JessamineCounty Farm AT AUCTION ON attended the Tate Creek Association at Tate Creek lat week School Tabled. A. II. Ratlin & Co. Mr. and Mr. Tom Kurtz and famMr. Karl Carter i home from ily, of Mercer county spent Sunday the fair. with Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Kurtz. Rcrea. II. Led ford and family and Mr Rev. J. F. Price has returned home Mr. and Mrs. Handy Kurtz and Mr Martin Ledford and family were family, of Harrodsburg, were weekfrom Franklin, Ky. guet Sunday of Mr. and Mr. I. II. Mr. WatU, of Nicholasville, is end guest of Mr. and Mrs. L. F. He rareful to whom you give ad. Shepherd. Hrown. visiting .Mrs. Mai Carter. They might take it. Mie Ada Milliard, of McWhor-te- r. Mr .Frank Land and family spent Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Jenkins and son and Lena Angel .of Keren, have It' fortunate we can't have every- Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Kdd Nay-lo- r. and Mis Margaret Hradshaw were it'i ng we want There M be no joy been guest of their aunt, Mr. A. T. guests Saturday night nnd Sunday of Rowling the past week. 'Iff' n anticipation. Rev. Scautland and family, of Par- Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Jenkin at Newby. Mix Lila Mammon, of Covington, is, have been visiting Mr. Pcrmelia gave a splendid Sumbenm Rend rijmcl home Wednoday after a Rogie. program Saturday morning. Lunch wi k' visit with her couin, Miu Mr. Oldham Doty .of Richmond, was served at noon. The W. M, U. Jejnc Mae Haqimack. has been visaing his .iter, Mr. T. rendered n program in the afternoon, Mr und Mr. R. - Hill entenained entitled "Billy Capture Tho Enemy" .Mr and Mr. Tho. I.ogxlon ami cbil-dr- S. I'ieratt. Mr. Martha Anderson and Mrs. by fifteen young ladle. Bundle day Mr .and Mr. W. O. An- and Sardelia Ray spent Sunday with Mrs. was alo observed. Personal work n 'o dinner bunday. of the W. M. U. of last month 30 ; ( ..me to our R. Y. I'. I', dinner at Wm. Cruse. trays sent out, 15 visits made, $33.35 ' Mis Martha Anderson ha returned M: Tahor Raptmt church at fi:a0. visit with cah and one towel and sheet given. j home after a two weeks Sunday evening. '.Mrs. Hiram Ray. Morris Rowling, Pre, Yes, the average man is honest, ! Mr. and Mr! Dan Ray, Mr. R. W. Mr Hardwick ,of Hamilton, Ohio, or at least he thinks he if. .11 returned to her immhc. niter a Sanders and daughter, Hope, were in When a man has dyspepsia he feeN of several day to her mother,1 Richmond Monday. Mt Sterling Davi and other rein-- 1 Messr. 1). N. Long and T. O. Hill it and hi family knows it. During the week before culling the I 0 hen in Mr. Hampton' flock pro. dueed a total of 180 During the week aftr the SO loafer hew were removed, the 100 hem produced many tP a the ISO had during in week fcefore culling. Similar were obtained by near .tin. i.ee ejntau, wn live CamphelUvillr, Taylor comity, and who iisbt had her flock culled as a demonstration for farmer and poul try keeper in Uiat rectlno of the atatc. Fifteen hen removed fr her tlock of 48 Harred PlyitxHttii Rock lieCHum- - they hwed the char acteristic lgn of being Imv prndilc- ir failed to lay a single egg during the week after rating. During the week before culling, the 48 hen in the flock produced a total of S2 egg while the SS hen that were kept a layer produced 24 eg during the fveek afte reulling. Sixty hen in a mixed flock owned by Mr. Charlea Centry. Fayette county, produced a total of W egg during the week before tae culling demonstration on her farm while the 50 hen that were kept layer lakl a tola ST egg during" the week afte milling. The ten hen removed a cull failed to produce an egg dur- tng the week after they were remov- - Mr. Walter Center and arn mothers TIIKRB uicleiathous.ind of expectantbefore, as suffering for months eg. reltt son, Dna.-i- l. spent the past week-en- d with relative in I nine. Mr. John Smth fpent a few day the part week with her on. Dr. F. H. Smith and Mr.'. Smith. Nn K. II. Montgomery ami children, spent last week with relative in Ilryantville ami Danville. Mr. Wilson Hrandenburg, ww a recent viitor mother, Mr. J. T. Thompon. II. J. Patrick. Mesdame Es'ndge. and It. H. of of Rlch-men- her W. ! IE. Montgomery, lf were in Ittcnmemi Wednesday. !.ittle Daisy Rayliurn, who hat been ill for severnl iay with blood poison is better at thf writing. nnd Mr. and Mr. A. B. Wynn daughter. Mary Ilane. have returned from a two week' v,:t in Harlan. Mi Elisabeth Ilowman and ceuin, and Mr. Joe Ilowman were week-engnet of Mr. and Mr Morrb Rurton. Roian were Mr. and Mr. OHie among the guets of Mr. nnd Mr. R. C Roian at Cartertville. Sunday. Mr. Jack Roger ha returned from Columbia, Ky., where he wa the j guot of Mis Opal domett during j d i DlnutH. rrlrn.f tcrnI1r tn tn. rlomn. U(k n.l hip. It tfixtriUa r.mikMr. irmltllnit lh- - mlrr rrUUon n. duftwion et ! mutrln, nrtvr. Ilu. an.) Ilramrnt. ir mmunt .l,r rradjuitmrnt durln ripKiancir an.l at chikMHrth. t. Ila m.itr frar or ilrraj, tnuth.rl SUrt uilne .Miither- - yrln4" now Ui aunr Ih Utter. Mn. C. J. I tart man. Strantan. "With mr flrtt two thlMrrn t had a doctor and a nurtr, and then lhr had t u. initrumrnta, but with mr Uat two chlMrrn I u,- -l )lothr'a f'rirnd and had onlf a nun had no tlm to crt a doctor, Iwcautc I Mini arry ilrk onlr aUjat un or Sftnn th-- m mr "Mntrnr'i MoUxr' It nppllr.1 rl ,r,r thrf crnrratlona Ktlett u(ttlnr. crtrywttr. -- "Mothr'a rrlwid rvntalna nn narrntln or harmful J run. It It af. Tor "Mvihrr'a t'rMni" hat rrlirr.l tipnunt mother of much Mother I you mutt avoid mcr crrat and u,leaa tubatt-lut- e, llrvln utlng "Mathtr't FrwivJ" todar. It U told at lru terra Pont lit al.e noje.fo leer. VI - .. mu tt J.t-i- ;. run: iiooulut on Jioriirimoon yiurntf, I, ynar tkdj Jly la oar ft'" inr 'ree (v Maaaf, ),., tmtmid Aara 1. hImU, ulttraf4f ami m. w,r .V.Life f . ,li;al, Ca. Oil "AfetAer'. Fntnf J run tnr dmmtl tiU. H H. M r L McROBERTS DRUG STORE BUCKEYE i.-- 'rt I I :tMan.., ' i.'iu.. fin I..., ......... ........... ..I I aaaaaaawawiww..wowaaaaaaawaawmwwa ,'.': THURSDAY, SEPT. 14th, AT TEN O'CLOCK, RAIN OR SHINE. Burchell, his farm 3- -1 acres, and located one mile from Nicholas-vill- e containing' on the Richmond Pike. Twenty acres in cultivation in corn and tobacco, twenty acres in meadow and IS acres in Blue grass. This farm is finely watered. six room brick The improvements consist of a first-clacrib, hen house, garage and all residence, tobacco barn, corn other outbuildings. This land is wonderfully well located, lays beautifully and is one of the most productive farms in the most productive section of Jessamine county. It is one mile from Nicholasville, a splendid town of good stores, churches and schools, and is only 13 miles from Lexington where is located the State University of Kentucky. .1. school house last Saturday night, over $ 10 00, Pro.-eego to the iatorett of the uhuh netted them ' clO.I NVimm Ramsey left Chattanooga, Tenn., where she expect to attend chool, and will be with her aunt, Mr. J. M. M. Minnie 105 Acre Farm AT ' T jrsday for Halluvvay We will on the above date sell for R. Mr and Mrs. . R. Wynn returned, i..me Mur.day after a two weeks visit witit relative in Layman. Walbno, Hunan Poor Fork, ltenhum. Lynch, i'm ville and London. Mr. C. O, McKenney and two laughters, Klirabeth and Kvelyn, of llamil'on, Ohio, and Mesdame K.I Rriwit, Klmer Hrown and Sam Jen- n PUBLIC AOCTION Saturday, I ss ng were dinner guet of Mr. Sept, 16th Sam Davis, Sr., on Tuemiay of litat i w eek S'c'uicl opened Mondtiy with a full .itten.iunce. Professor W old on a Miss Sadie Rabtton, Ast., M Kmniu Ktridge, "th. and 8th. Iirrndts Mm Walker, 5th. and (Hli.; I AT 1:30 P.M. will sell to the highest and best bidder this farm located six miles from Lancaster and one mile from Lexington pike, on good county road. About twenty acres new ground, forty-fiv- e acres in grass, remainder in crop. It has three ever lasting springs, a lot of wood, also lot of Walnut timber. 7 IMPROVEMENTS- :- A nice room residence, cistern at door, all necessary outbuildings, ten acre tobacco barn, shop and crib. Terms made known on day of sale. Seeding privileges this fall. two-story, j TERMS REASONABLE AND WILL BE MADE KNOWN ON DAY OF SALE. Hrandenburg, .'Ird. nnd 4th., and IVckerwon, primary. Tliv Junior Raptist Young Pimple's In hi ii spent n delightful evening at Mr V T. Howling last Thursday. Nftergamt' were played and refresh M M. ment ervel, we wero onlertaiiUHl with iiatrumettUl music on the guitar and mandolin, rendered by Misses illum-hand Dorw Rowling. ' Parties desiring to look over this farm will bo shown by Mr. Burchell on the place or for further details, write, phone or call upon, If we coukl have tH rwtw without the thorn we prekibly woukln't witnt them. People who laboriiHisly climb to the top don't find so much trouble in sliding down again. Never threaten to leavo tho obi town. Your friends wight be quick to speed you on your way. Appointing women as judges and is u mistake. It entitle them to demand the ags ef their dearest enemies. I. M. DUNN & CO Real Estate Brokers and Auctioneers DANVILLE, KY. PHONE 529 dirk of election T. D. O'Hearn The Central Record. Lancaster, Ky., Thursday. Sept 7, I 922 COMMISSIONER'S SALE OF LAND GARRARD CIRCUIT COURT. COMMISSIONER'S SALE OF GARRARD 3MIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHS I LAND!.. I A COMMISSIONER'S SALE OF LAND GARRARD Katie Griggs. t Fallen Idol By ELLA SAUNDERS 5 CIRCUIT COURT nllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllir. Plaintiff, Robert Long, et al, Plaintiir, ,." hi in J. Umiiii 'MMr Um. J. M. Illatt. V. "ik'ntt do lure Miiiiisie. don't you Defendants. (Jrnnt Morse ,et 1. .Uvtinit )" aski-Ids mother, lsiHllug Purunnt to n Judgment rrmlrrwl down to kiss him rendered Pursuant t.. h . . nt the August Term, lS2. the un- 'nt tho AuKUnt Term, r Ul22. the (I un . i ..1, sm i "Very mtn-h- , Miunle. tint I ive m miniisMoni-dersigned Commissioner will sell at nersigneH llixcr a leifiy little lilt more. highest and iKiblic auction, to the highe: and Ml public miction, to the she's s nlte In im,." bidder at the licit bidder nt the Court House door bestLancaster. Ky., Court lleuv door im Mrs. Adnlr wntrlml the little fignt 11 o'clock, A. In Lancaster, Ky., nt 11 o'clock, A. in ure deHirt Umiii Hr way to school M.. or thereabout, on M or thereabout, on MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 2Sth. 1922. with an i.li I wng at Ikt t. MONDAY, SKl'TKMBKR 25th, U22, the real etate mentioned In the' elilltlren. bill one bnd mentioned in the pleading and described as follows: been bud twofroiH the real cUte liiktn lier. unit slio had described a follow: pleadings and In Garrard County, Kentucky, on clung to her Utile boy with nil the In (inrrard County, Ky., nenr the Buckeve Dike and on the water deiotlou of the Itmther of "lie and bounded as follow: of Sugar Creek and bounded a folMiss linger, capable, cool, eltlclent, Heginnlng at a point in middle of low Beginning at a point in the Klrksville pike, opposite a fence, a middle of the Buckeye pike, corner to j ft seemed n i.ir substitute for hernew corner between (irant Marsee J,ihn T. Henry (now Pointer) ; thence self In Joliniij's nnVftlon. llml slie nut slaved for bliii, glien and (Jcorge Marsee; thence alone the .eaving the pike and with hi line S. middle of Klrksville pike, S 514, E 2 00 chain to a fence post; up eiery mliintf of her life to IdinT K. 8.64 chains to a point In middle thence S. . E. 12.21 chain to an.1 She hud watched the little flgur of pike, corner to Steve Lewi tract, other fence post; thence S. 114, W. asleep with passionate line. And now S. 01 4, K. I4.9H chains to a post cor. 0 17 chain to a post; thence X. (55 lie lined .Miss lingers a little bit limre. ner to Lewis and Mrs. Loiran; thence W .09 chains to a gate post; thence For a moment she almost tinted the with Logan's line S. 17. K. 5.50 S. 33 4. W. crossing the middle of chain to a black walnut: thence S. a pool 1.S5 chain to a pot; S. 154, schnnl.tenclier, She would lime liked 35. E. 5.7!) chains to n beech, S. 38 H W. 1.51 chain to a stone, S. 0, E. to hale torn her hair, scratched her of outK. D.58 chain to a take on North 14.75 chains to a stake on top of n facv. iiiumiltliil nuy rxivs K. ridge; thence S. 50. W. 8.01 chain raged mother-lore- . )ide of n branch; thence S. Then oxnmoti sens,' ash, corner to Alex to a stone with an ash pointer on the rnme to her aid, After all It was 1.76 chain to an Dennv: thence with hi line S. 52 4, Eat side of a branch in Hamilton's protinhly u childish fancy. VV. 10.71) chains to a stone on North 'Muiiisle, dear, what shall I give line; thence with hi line with a wire oidc of a drain: thence N. CO1, W. fence. X. 294 , W. 3 chain to an, Mis Roger for her birthday tomor4.48 chain to a nost: thence S. 70, elm; S. II. Kstes' corner; with Etes row?" V. 21 chain to a stone in Denny' X. 51. W. 3.02 tha.n to an e.n.. N "How tlo you know It's tomorrow r line, a new corner between aid Mar. 20. VV. .1.93 chain to a chinquapin "'Co she told Ine. Slsll he twenty-four.- " sees; thence n new division line with oak. X. 04. W. 1.52 chain to the Mrs. Adnlr smite,!. So ecn 8.3 chains, N. S. W. gate post of a gate on said a fence N. 4(5 4, Miss lOver was not shove wom22, V. 95 chain- -. N. 34. W. 250 drain; thence N .1, E. 8.87 chain to chains, N. 27"i. U. 5.25 chains to the a young elm; thence N. 2, W. 9.70 anly deception' "And I can't link t South Rate post; thence N. 30, W. 11 chain to a stone 0 feet East of a whether to give her a or snme chain to the beginning, containing young hickory; X. 84, W. 3.87 chains doners. And I've got forty cents." 44.0!) acres. to a tone; thence X. 05 4, VV. 1.88 "What did )ou it I re Miimsle last The purpose of said sale l to chains to a stone, or point in mid- blrt Inlay satisfy the lien debt of $4,318.00 with dle of pike, 28 link South of the "Hut I forgot It was jour birthday," interest at the rate of six per cent opening of a culvert; thence X. protested Johnny. "Vou should hare per annum from January 2. 11)22, un. 27 4. E. 3.88 chains; thence X. til paid, with interest at annual rest, E. 88 chain.. N. i)t?i ,E. 7.23 chain 'Minded me." Mrs. Adair hardened her heart. She due by Grant Marsee to the plaintitf, to the beginning, containing 50 acres. J. M. Illatt, and estimated cost of this There i reserved herein a 20 foot r link iil ilimn tier dltre, "I'm afraid action, amounting to (150.00. easement or right of way through the that's a matter that you'll have to for jourlf. Johnny," she f TERMS. land herein conveyed for the use and red. The sale will be made on a credit benefit of the 47.35 acre tract to Robert Long. The said Johnny (mudi-reover the problem of six and twelve months, and the purchaser will be required to execute nassway rvnning from the Robert all the way to school next luoniliu-Whe-n bond with approved security, for Long tract through the land herein If entered the rUrixim hts the purchase price, payable to . II. conveyed to the Buckeye pike as the mind was still not made Ui He Ilrown, Master Commissioner, due road now runs on the line between glanced no t Mlu linger. pretMliK in six and twelve months respective-ly- , the land herein conveyed and the ner the tittle mis and girls, Itowr with interest at ix per cent per land conveyed to Tom Pointer. The beuiltlfiil she was, with Hint Kinixith annum from date until paid, having owner of the 47.35 acre tract to have curl oil her forehead! He lined her the force and effect of a judgment the right to work the road at any He had neer dared to tell tier sn. upon which execution may issue, and time and i required to keep the He woinV-rei- l If she could guess how a lien will be retained upon the land gate in good condition. The purpose of said sale is to much tie toted her until the purchase money is paid. satisfy the debt due Kleecie C. "Johnny, sit upV W. II. Drown, Master Commisamounting to $5,428.00 with Johnny sat up In miiMrrtnittoti. Mis sioner of Garrard Circuit Court, from January 3. 1921, at six liotfers hud Iiexer snken to him quite interest I.. L. Walker, Attorney for PUT. per cent per annum, and the sum of so crossly nn Capt. Am Hourne, Auct. that before. Tir ratne $019.33 due the Garrard Bank and Trust Company, with interest at Into til eye. How Kiirry she would Fortunately men are not required si per cent from January 3. 1921. feel when he gae her her present Hut what slioutil It bef Should he of $r.'.l.33 and to dress according to their mean. and the sum the next morning, $3,333.33 1 3 di e W. R. Cook, with cite tier the There' a law against public interest at six per cent from January or should he glte her tlx- - hiinch of 'I ,1921, and interest at annual rests, tlowers? He eoilld not possibly Uinke and the sum of $1,500.00 due James up hts mind. Which would Mls Hog I. Hamilton and the estlmnted cost er prefer I Suplxise he gate her of this action amounting to $250.00. llouer and she would ratlwr lme hud Commissioner's TERMS: The sale will be made on a credit the "Johnny, come here What do jou of .ix and twelve month and the purchaser will be required to execute liifH.li by tolling In the cluss like that bonds with approved security for the forf GARRARD CIRCUIT COURT Jolinny stixxl In the middle of the I'latntitT, purchase price, payable to W. II. J. M. Illatt, Ilrown, Master Commissioner, due in room, painfully conscious of the scorn V. respectively ful glance of the other children, He George Marsee, et al. Defendants. six and twelve month ii to cry. to Ills Mts ltot:er Pursuant to a judgment rendered with interest nt six per cent per from date until paid, having the treat hi in so! He fought ilnun the at the August Term. 11)22. the Commissioner will sell at force and elfect of a judgment upon tears, but hi Up trembled. public auction, to the highest and which execution may issue, and a lien linger was really upset that Mis best bidder at the Court House door will be retained on the land until the day. She had had a quarrel with her purchase money is paid. in Lancaster, Ky., at 11 o'clock, A. W. H. BROWN1, Master Com- sweetheart. Hut, of iniir- -, Johnny. M., or thereabout, on could not hate tus-- etpi tisl to know-thatmissioner, G. C. C. MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 25th, 11)22. Robinson & Kautfman, Attorneys the real estate mentioned in the "Juhniiy, you've been Idling and for Plir. pleading and described as follows: Capt. Am Bourne, Auct. dreaming all through the lesson Xow In Garrard oCunty. Kentucky, at reH-u- t to me what 1'tv taught you," Hyattsville, and bounded a follow: It wa true. Johnny couht not Beginning at a point in the middle Commissioner's a single word. How should he. of the Lancaster and Richmond pike when tie had lint heard one? Ill at the intersection of the Kirksville of thotiiiht hud fur away ilreum-llipike; thence with the middle of the uliout the flow ers and the pin box Kirksville pike, N. 15 4, E. 0 chains; GARRARD CIRCUIT COURT thence N. 05",, K. 5 chains, N. 80 Eliaa Aldridge ,et al, "Vou really are a tery Idle, had Plaintiir, I!. 1 1 chains to a point at each edge liy. Now go to your und try to Vs. of the metal of pike; thence N. 58, Jnme II. Dunn ,et al, Defendants. pay attention to whut I tell you," E. 3.85 chain to u point m tin- - midJohnny went bark. He felt the tears dle of pike opposite n fence, h new at Pursuant to a judgment rendered running down bis face. He could uo unthe August Term, 1922. corner to Grant Marsee. thence it new dersigned Commissioner wilt the I at lunger eontuln himself. net division line down hollow and with "Cry-babauction, to the highest und !" wldierfl tlie little a wire fence, S. 30, E. 11 chain to publicbidder at the Court House door best the South gute post. S. 27 4. E. in l.ancaster, Ky.. at 11 o'clock, A. girl next to Idlil. He slaM- , tier fui'e lingers "Johnny I" Aiiuued. .Ml-5.25 chains, S. 31, E. 2.50 chains. S. M., or thereabout, on Imn down on him. the room at 22, E. US chains, S. 40 4. E " 03 MONDAY. SEPTEMBER 25th. 1922. oliiv. If you don't hehnte yourself chain to a stone in Denny',, line, corner to Grant Marsee; thence with the reul estate mentioned in the I sIihII send you to the principal " pleadings and described a follows: . Denny' line with a fence, S. 71, lie sIihmI mlsnrNhty outside till the In Garrard County, Kentucky, on 4.12 chain; thence S. 134. W. 9.34 (iter. A terrible scnldlllg the new Ijincaster A: Danville Turn- rluss whs It. chains to the middle of Lancaster l It Hill il wretrheil little pike road, and bounded und dctcrib-eand Richmond pike; thence with the as follows: On the West by the ligtire ilmt went ilreurlly uwuy In the middle of said pike, N. 50 4. W. 0 of the other chain. N. 42 4. V. 7 chain. X. 48 bind of T. M. Arnold; on the North wake brightened n hoyit und girl. It drew nearer VV. 7.57 chain, X. i!5. V. 1 1.05 by the land of John Ball and son; chain to the beginning, containing oil the East by the land of VVosley home. Mrs. Adnlr, wultltig mi the pnrch. stretched out tier linns to the 60.52 ncros, and being the same land Sutton, A:and on the South by the Danville turnpike ,attd same llltlo figure. conveyed to said George Marsee by "Why. wliat bate you gut In that deed dated Jan. 2, 1921, from J. P. containing 70 acre mure or lm und Bourne, and recorded in the olfice of is part of the land allotted to E. Mireol, ibirllng)" she inked the clerk of the Garrard County Dunn. Jr.. in the division und allot"A pin box. And It's for you. Muni' ment of the land of E. Dunn, Sr., set Court in Deeil Book 10. page 600. sle. 'atetiil of MIm lingers, 'cos 1 love The purpose of said tale w to out in deeil of Kirtition of record in ynH eter so mncli eter so much lie! aatUfy the lien debt or $12,931.50 Garrard County Clerk's Olfice in ter tlwn tier." with interest at six per cent per an- Deed Book No. 10, pge 58S. The purpose of said sale i to num from Jan. 2, 1921, until paid, Multiplication Is Vtution. at annual rest, due said J. M. Illatt divide the not proceed arising from The little girl at the elementary by said George Marsee, ami the esti- the sale among the wrtie joint ownhud been liroinoteil to lit lilt l I mated cost of this action amounting er a their interest may appear, and the intimated cot of this action and for tier home work was to $200.00. amounting to $100.00. set the task of finding out bow many TERMS, TERMS: legs l A nnrilinl bnrse posses. The sale will be made on a credit The sale will be made on a credit of six und twelve months, and the of six and twelve months and the lilt (milled ns to how' to work It out, purchaser will be required to execute purchaser will be required to exectlto lu the evening us she sat with her bond with approved security, for bond with approved security for the exercise hook III front of her, she the purchaM price, payable to VV. II. price, payable to W. II. called In llio service of her grandBrown, Master Commissioner, due, furchas Master I ummtssioner, due in mother. in tlx and twelve month respective- six and twelve months respectively "Let's see," suld grandma, adjust-In- r ly, with interest at six per cent per with interest at six per cent per antier spectacle, "one hnrse" I huts paid, having num from date until paid, having the four leg, two fight, three twelve, four annum from date until of a judgment, force and vtfect of a judgment upon sixteen, live twenty" and then nIi the force and elfect upon which execution may issue, and which execution may issue, and a lien broke off. "How many horse did you a lien will be retained upon the land will be retained on the land until the a)r" she uskeil. until the purchase money I paid. purchase money i paid. "Eour hundred, granny," replied the VV. II. Brown, Master W. II. BROWS'. Master Com. llltle girl. mittioner, G. C. C. Garrard Circuit "Ee--, child," said the old lady, shutRobinson & Kuutfman, Attorney Court. ting Up the liook, "there Isn't one livpar. I L. Walker, Attorney for Plft. for ing could do Hut sum," Edinburgh Capt. Am Bourne, Auct. Uapt. Am Bourne, Auct. Six-ha- d J4. ' !, t pltl-ho- tot r containing 10t acres. the Tract Xo. S: Bsvtnninc of Bowling Branch, corner to Adtr., e '. PlaintilT mouthWheebr; line, Ben thence with hw V. W. II. Griggs, et al. Defendant. X. 57, W. 42 I polfM to a stoke in said line and a new corner; thence Pursuant to a Judgment rendered E. 314 p4e t a at the August Term, 1922. the un- new line X. dersigned Commissiowr will sell nt stake in n bottom thence X. 19 H. K. public auction, to the hight and 27 tMiles to a stake at Use mvtllh of a best bidder at the Court Hon door drain on th hnnk of PalHt Uck m Ijinrastcr. Ky.. at It o'clock. A. Creek, thence np th? crwk S. f7H. K. 19. ihsIim. 5. SIH. K. 3S indi M., or therenbHit, on the Ueginnlng .rotitaining 10 l ....... ain, . .Hii.Miiu, .ir.i in,iinr,u ii's, I nrrtnl i the real estate metttlnned in the to The purpose of said sal pleading and described a follow) satisfy the Men dehta Mffint sttHie, In Garrard County. Kentucky, ami amounting to the sunt of $1,160.00 being described in Ave tract a fob j with interest from Jan 1 ,121. 'til paid, subject U crM of $8SI.7 Tract No. 1: Beginning at a point, paid March X. I9l. and the further In or near the middle of Paint l.ick sum of $1,100.00 with interest at 4x Creek, corner to l.ot Xo. 3 (Xat per cent from January I. 1921, until Prewltt); thence with oid lot S. 'paid, and the further um of $1100.00 W. 08 poles to n tnke in line to with interest at six per cent from Jones Simpson in a small drain and January 1, 1921. until paid, and the I feet S. of a marked white walnut, estimated cost of this action amount-corne- r to said lot; thence with Simp- - ing to $180.00. son line, X. RS', W. 29 H!e to a TERMS: stake on n hill, corner to same; thence The sale will he made on a credit X. SI'i, K 01 pole to a point to the of six and twelve months and the West edge of Paint Uck. comer to purchaser will be required to execute Thump Sebastian: thence up sahl bond with approved security for the creek, S. 71, E. .10 poles to the be- - purchase price, payable to W II. ginning containing 1 1 li acre. Brown, Master Commissioner, due in Tract No .2: Beginning at a point six and twelve mnU respectively on the West bank of Paint l.ick Creek with interest at six per cent per an-a- t the mouth of a drain, corner to the num from date until paid, having the I9.:9 acte sold to Uixle Dehor; i force and effect of a Judgment upon thence up said drain S 09 W, W. 27 which execution may issue, and a lien pole to a stake, S 17., W. .t:iV will be retained on the land until the poles to n stake, to a corner in line purchase money t paid u- - II ., oimpsuni in jio. ItHim-inrncr mini his line Xorth 5S', West to a stake in pole No!""-"- " A corner to iqi .no. . ivt. runstill m..Kaulfman. Attorneys X C",,U Am ,,0Urnr Prewitt): thence line to said lot, Auct .12. E. 79 pole to Paint l.ick Creek, corner to same; thence up said creek,'' IRCTIT COURT Mid line X. r.S,. W. 22 pole to a stake In ald line, corner t Lot No 3, (Nat PrewitO; thence with sanl lot, X .'in, E 7.1 poles to middle of said creek; thence up said creek. S. 71, K. 2S polo o the hcirintng. Farm and Home News From Over Kentucky Morgan county farmer olTirlally entereil the fall cover crop campaign being conducted over the state by the extension ilvt4n of th College f Agriculture whn 192 of them at tended n series of h night meeting held by CotiHty Agent R. It. Rankin. a to what crop to use SuKKCstmn in protecting IWId from erosion ami lenehlflg during the winter tagetsW w ith the best method of handling the crop were outlined by K. K. Stopfc. lon, the college ssilts specialist. Korty Xeloosi csmnty fannor accompanied ky Count; Agent C. ! Hill netitly joined in nn automo-btl-e tour which took them to the College of Agriculture farm at Lexington ami olher point of intero.it After inin the blue grass section. specting the ration line's of work being carried on at the eultege farm, the visitor cutitinnosJ their trip to in prominent farm that section. Sixty farm boys from Campbell county headed by Connty Agent II. I. Unk, Joined the Nhmmi county party at Lexington. Eleven hen culled from the (lock of 19 Barred Plymouth Rock owned by Mr. W. G. Sullivan, Taylor coun-ty- , failed to product a single egg during the week after they were remove, from the flock, according te-.- t report she ha sniade on the culling demonstration conducted on her farm. The week before culling the 19 hen pro. duceil a total of 9 4 eggs wile the 3!t that wen- - kept as layers produced 101 egg during the week after the demo, atratlon. Allen county f irmer are sfiowtng a lively interest in Improves! dairying. County Agent A M. Allen ay. More than 300 of thorn recently a wne f four meeting heM for the purpose of boosting the dairy ed 17. ,.,..,.. S-- ; !4 f, i 3t, tle-chl- e an-w- Kin-nair- d 'jai ' One of the nstlnnal standard weight ning containing 11 acre. v.. i"e uniieu Manx ihis mt twn Tra,ui n ' ! tor actual weighing since It t point in or near the middle of Paint l.ick Creek, corner to Lot 2; thence received from the International bu- line to said lot, S. 3S. W. 73 S pole teau In 1V9. to a stake corner to same in line to Jas. Simpson; thence with said line. SwrdrHh of Macktrsl Family. X r.X'i. W 24. psdiMi to a stake Th(. t..,.ft, M,,, in wild line in a small dram t feet h wutr.. , It , attains a . South of a marked white walnut.l, .... " ,J :nE,h "f 'J corner to Ut Xo. t (J. II. Prewitt) f'-- hate thence line to said lot. X 3tH. K. elnnc-lHtIt ! 0S. lodes to thv middle of Paint 'UMBtil. Hiiirh i n WHet.Rwtirii, nlami mis -jhw. l.ick Creek, corner to sum,.; thence s ot the length ip said creek. S. 71, K. 23 pole Is mmmnni) to the beginning, containing 10$ of the tth. Ilrt- - iNMly Is rsitereil with minute acres. il". it ndr Is t.loli Mark Beginning at a point ulxiie an., lt,-i-- t white liel Tract Xo. 4 and the in or near middle of Paint l.ick Creek, Uentrsl fin are ,1'king No 1 ( Naomi Schooler) ' afl( corner to l.ot Sl, ihilI ti, ,, ritn'ii ni.ike gn-a- t tnence line ot same S 3,1 W tiii i 'nli rind Its llesh I i poles to a stake, corner 'a same in lomiixTtt' ' Id tn he t (ui.it utile me to Jamr Simpson, there e w- 'h begin-.1I ol, ! S. 71, E. 7 poles, S. 10, E. 16 pole to the S. S, W. pole.l Ha Had Long Vacation. CO't. lr M;s l.s t..-,- - dioerimisMtinar in UW Joys of lend to the foWes of old age. Me yoth. tot they thre,-tenth- i. Wires should b kmd to thutr Ihmv They art wnrth hnvsarg a lung as their mooey hoi da Mil bnti. Ne.ilfc-llsii- apples editors n paynii- Once nuartrre I a- n Country ' - Ungcr u'.-nptiiin- take . p . s...in - 11 pln-ho- ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE. HENRY D. BAUGHMAN'S pln-hox- ! Sale of Land an-iiu- iii 217 Acre Farm For the Purpose of Settling the Estate of the Late Henry D. Baughman, the Undersigned Administrator Will re-Iii- Sale Land Ix-e- at 10:30 A. M. M-- y - Saturday. Sept. 217-Acre 16th "l-a- On the premise.; sell at public outcry to the highest ami he.it bidder the splf ndid Farm belonKiiiK to the estate of H. I). HaiiKhnum, and located about I 'i. miles South of Stanford, on the county road leading from the Stanford and d l.aii-ciutt- Crab Orchard pike to the Stanford and Ottoheim pike. It will be oirerod in .separate tracts and then as a whole. This farm has been in the IlauKhmau family for almost 100 yuara xtul has brick been well cared for ,and the improvements ar good. It has a dwelling, large tobacco and .stock barns, and othur noccssnry outbuildings; never-failin- g water supply. It is rich and fertile soil, without an noro of KHr laud on it. It is generally regarded and has been spoken of for yuans as "one of the very best farms In Lincoln county." TKKMS The purchaser will be requirod to pity 10 pur cent cash on tho day per cunt January 1st., '.)2'A, when full posnossion is givuu, and of sale, and 2:: general warranty deed made, and the balance to bo paid in two uciial Installments, due in 1 and li years from tlate, with interest at 0 per cent from January 1st., 11)2.1, with lien retained to secure same. Administrator to pay 1022 taxes, ami the purchaser to pay H)2.'l taxes. Seeding privileges this Fall. GEO. D. FLORENCE Admr. With Will Annexed of II. D. Ilaughman. of Stanford, Kentucky. Com-miuion- er UcuUuian. VO. 4aw t The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday Sept 7, 1922 Prfcr on Q Tubes, effectixe May imgcr Car Tire and &JPat ject to wautax, the uwr-tahaving been Included, x 8th, are not sub' r LIVC STOCK LAMBING'OFF IS PROFITABLE is it that so many thousands of motorists stick to G & J Tires year in and year out? y Demonstration In Indiana County So Successful Last Year That An. ether It Planned. t'ntIM Mxln irrr.1 kr lh.Airlrultnt. ol ) Still the original process. Body and ifflavoir, not alcoholic content A liitnblng.off To the man who is looking for tire economy the reason is worth finding out. We'd rather let the tires do their own explaining, so we'll simply say-- Get I'orto County, ind proved vo succe-tu- t lat jenr Hint plntu tmre leen mnde for h Mtnllnr one this year iny a report received tijr the United 8tntes Department of Agriculture. ljit year n JVJ ncro field win planted to corn nnd Ito San oy henns. The licnn awl for nil hut 0 nrre wnv Inoculated, The henn nMf planted with n nttnrlimrnt on the corn planter fit the rnte of n pound nn ncre. . aoy-ben- n rftrlm.M demonstration In I.i made Budweisor the 15 favorite. And body and flavor are the same today. rWK When thu corn nnd henna matured, Iambi, purchnted for fdfl' n hundred xmniU. woro turned In to hnrvest them The lnmb were void for $10.2.1 n hundred pound, with n total profit of fVid. After the liimb were from the field ahout 30 huMiel re-m- started with one as soon possible. Cord or fabric. ni You'll O. K. the quality as soon as you sec it in action. rrU HJ'li mh Budweiser Everywhere ANHEt'Sm-BUSCll. IMC, ST. LOUIS Crab Orchard Bottling Co. Dhtributott Crab Orchard, Kentucky THOS. PIER ATT An Even Bunch of Lamb., Uniformity. Showing We Recommend G&.J Tires and Tubes PUBLIC SALE OF I LAND, STOCK AND IMPLEMENTS 1 1 avini? decided to sell my farm, I will on Thursday, Sept 14th, AT TEN O'CLOCK ofler for sale to the highest and best bidder S1.(2 acres to be sold in two tracts and then as a whole The bid or bids bringing the most money to he accepted. of corn were picked up nnd wnic hog and other live nock turned In to clean Dally Thought. up tln rcinnlntlir. Whatever jmi wiHild limke hnhltunl. The growth of henna on the ! ncre plnnted with unlnoculatcd vecd wn de- prMrtlce It; nnd If )wi would not mnkt cidedly Inferior to the remainder of a thing hnhltuttl, do not practice it, hut Imhltimte jourelf to .om. ililng else. ttiH field. The demonstration thl jear will bo thu third one of this kind Cplrtetllv. on thu one fnrm. The first jrenr only Price of Dirdt' Cggi. l.V) lamb were fed on the dcmontrn-tloItlnN' egg 'eleli all wni of price. pint, hut u profit witlsfnctory to egg i .n tm iur liaed foi A the owner wna tunde on them. a few tent, while the egg of the ex tlnct great auk I worth ut hunt $U"l MAKING TEST WITH PEANUTS lire ulsc If not more. Itrge xutn offerMl for the egg of the Kienget Government Farm at Deltavllle Ex- pigeon. perimenting With Coobere ai Feed for Hogt. Earth's Movement Fixed. The length of the liny and nlghtt I n voft, oily fnt on n Img, produced api'iir not to hae varleil .ippnvlahl) he peanuts, n chnructetiitlc rlnce the eurth took the present nhnpe. Hint can he ItiherlW-nnd that will A very flight ihange of rotation would Ierjlt rcgnrdlo of the nature of the produce grinding nnd fraituring In thr off-l- ine? rntlon fed tho That Ik one rock., and gcologtMN find no trace ol of the Interesting question to he Mich action hy the Tnltetl Stntv Seeing the Brighter Side. of AKrlculturo at tho expert, I'cralMcnt endeavor to look on the nietit fnnn nt Ht'ltsvllle, .Mil. Uoth the hncon nnd lurd tyiva will tm uaed. brighter lde of thing will coon the huhlt of magnify'.ng the evllt the former to ho nt the Mnrt hy I Tnmworth Kilt nnd the of life. Whnt If more to the xlnt. It will aid u In comlMit'ug ell more cuo latter hy I I'ohind Chluu dltH. From weiinlni; tlmu until their tint cekfully. thus destroying the fiar that a ro wcaiuil tlirso olRht Kllta the world I going to the levll lit will h crown nnd fed on n 'iinut WnlU Flowers and Mctha. rrom tho tlmu of weaning rnttoti. The reaMin why certain ale Mower their plgK will ho fed on aome hnrdoii. Iiik rntlon, vuch at corn nnd tnnkneo, ktuell kweetly when duk full. I they are olllnated hy moths nnd will ho rotnnrel with a check ereature. Tlie lot of phr whowt duma wero fot on which are hardening fitils Initend of peanut kcent I a guide to tin' wingo llton, during their development and gesta- and the mle color nlwi help. Notice ! tion perliNN. When the plri hnve luvn hones Mickle, night m tok and grown out uri'l tlnlnhetl, hhiiih of ouch the tobacco jdant hit will Ik klnughteriHl to determine, whether there l uny difference In tho rari-ni"- ; that U, .'f tho peanut nitlon foil to tho mothero has made it more dllllculi to put a hurt! Ilenh on thu off, kprlng with corn. t.-riluk-Myii- Fuh Weatherwtie. nld thut mot flli. hut trout In particular, know- - whnt thu w outlier Ik going to he for nhuut 21 hour lr. advance. It I Meteoric S'onet. ome oncertaint; ni lon.-!- t or to the or'gln of liuteor ti- -. they pn'bahly are the minute Irxgm ihi? o tin- - priuiitlvo cohir nebula that (idiot? to nt kweit up originally In I'.e formation of the larger f the system and which iiieinlier Una (h.ir.n.l to he truppiit by the eu:tli aiiopliere. Explaining 'Ihoiig'i thcr. i iiiei-orlc 11 Toad's Hearty Appetite. The toad mtiM eatcli Id own incnla. He kcorn dead fnnl. lie must mi1 It move to be Mire it ha not llipel thu bond of life and begun to kudl. In a dn and a night lie capture enough to Muff hi Moinnch full four time, nlthotigli If be had to he totiM eilt titan any other wltnout eating hm.-e-r creature. 1'opular Selomv Jliaitlily. Actually "Sight Unieen." In .Morocco youth and tnaUlen hire badly itxleiil, for they are n4 men nllowi! to m each other before the wiildlng. .Vow and again turim youth will hide lilm-eIn "aii t (: to wlten the yming womnh pny tl.e ctiMonian id tale ral! i; mother, hut ecn t' I neetl tune with a conlitenhlo niHimtit lf ate 'i . nu-tlo- Ctkimo Not Dainty t'ceic The IkliiHi in not wrllu!.u -- ....ut the cut of hi meat. He eai everything 4iyi ally 'ilile of a reiNileer or rlkh or polar beur (and what lie dees not tut he wear or muko Into Particularly doe hoticx or IihiI). hr wcni to rrlUh the frtaeti .Inni.tcli of the reindeer. This MohuicIi. full of finely chewed leindeer Mat, he freeze Milld and ktore away, according to Poet or .Mariul. until lie i hungr). when a piece I sliced off. I haw id out and eaten a a rare iMuaiy, CLEAN Nothing WATER IS NECESSARY . miles South of Paint Lick, on White Lick Pike. TRACT NO. 1 CONTAINS 41 4 ACRES, room house, 3(ix60 This is all good land and in barn and all necessary jcrnss now. Watered bv good well at house and two good ponds. Fencing good. ACRES, good barn. 40x40. well TRACT NO. 2 CONTAINS 42 water and good fencing. This is all good fertile land, about one-haItoth of these tracts have in grass and growing crops on the remainder. lots of fruit trees. Also at the same time and place, will sell 33 head of good ewes, nothing over three years of age; also one good buck; live good brood sows and pigs; Old Hickory wagon, same as new, and one good team of horses; one good cutting harrow; one turning plow, one Rastus plow, one tobacco plow, one foot pedal grind stone, and numerous other things. loO bales of good timothy hay. Terms made known on day of sale. This farm lies I 3-1 to-hacout-buildin- Discourages "Growth Im.'AV pulse" Quicker Than Hog Hanker. Ing for a Drink. W I?5 co I'tiro clean water nt nil time -- at nil time, niiiiMiihcr I one of tho for all khrl of Mvlne, N g nt dNcounige tho "growth In u hog a wandering around looking for a drink of water when It ith-In- Iv thirsty. 3-- 4 FEED USED WHERE PRODUCED When Hauled About on Trucks and on Railroads the More Expensive It Becomes. Tho puriKikt of feed In to feed livestock, and the more tho feed la hauled about In trucks and on railroad the more expensive, it become. I'or this tcaxoii feed should usually bo fed where It la produced. Cattle for Market. lf fi n The laborinu man now has a national holiday day ct apart on which to celebrate his achieve-mcnt- s nnd advancement. Kuccta In growing cuttle for the market depvud In largo degreo on tho kind of cu!e that are produced. No nmuunt of proper feeding will over come inlttuke in breeding nnd The laboring man of today has a bank account; he no longer cashes his check at the corner saloon. He deposits his pay check in the bank, or if he is paid in cash ho deposits that and pays his bills by means of checks. We invite the accounts of all workingtnen and working women. These accounts may be small, but all are given courteous treatment by our bank. Come and see us on pay day. ri Soino lu brcodi-r- a Sows, ure very iucivkful now a during tho kuck CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK, 'I'. King, Auct. PAINT LICK, KY. ling period. haa given bettor (vetlltuf. this pruc-tlc- c thuu huud The Central Rocord, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Sept 7 1922. OALt rUn Oil r CAD HIRES YOUR OFTORTUNITY TAKE ADVANTAGE OF IT NOW FARMS, in a thriving business or to buy farms, houses and lots or building lots. We are going to give you unheard of values and will make price and terms to suit the buyer, and will meet you more than half way in this sale, so don't be backward in telling us what you want. We have withheld nothing, to you have your choice of the following! can easily equip same to your liking. as will also be made on all the premises of this adTRACT NO. 1 Splendid house and about dition known as Farradale and will be restrictions ninety ncrcs of Kentucky's best land, including a TRACT NO. 17 Another two story bungalow, which will be to your benefit. large combined tobacco anil stock barn with large seven rooms, with some of the airest bed rooms up- loft for hay, etc., and the residence has basement stairs you could possibly wish for and this house is TRACT NO. 32 Five lots on Tinder avenue under entire house and ample room for all purposes well located on Tinder Ave., with concrete poymcnt. and will sell you either one or as many as you like, and has a dandy cistern at kitchen door. Also has You can make no mistake in looking this one over, and can make prices to suit as well us terms. If a large modern poultry house, built of the choicest you want some good lots, well located and at moderfor it's a renl home and well arranged and well built. material. Also has new tobacco barn about 40x60 ft., ate prices, you can't beat a buy on this division. Just a dandy if you desire a home suitable for two and has concrete pillar foundation and is one of the families or want to take some roomers or boarders. TRACT NO. 33 Threc-fourth- s interest in best built barns in Garrard cuonty and is covered Also can cut either four or eight acres of land (more about one hundred acres of coal land. In Knox counwith heavy galvanized roofing, with ventilators, alor less) to this home and you will have a young farm ty, near that thriving town of Bnrboursivlle, Ky., ami so has good tenant house. In town and it's a home you cannot duplicate for on which are throe separate kinds of coal, one nunw the money as well as get all the land you desire. TRACT NO. 2 Eighty acres with new dwelbeing that famous Blue Gem, one Black Blue Gem ling weatherboarded and has good tobacco and stock and one undeveloped mine, which was only recently TRACT NO. 18 A real bungalow on Farradale barn and well fenced and in high state of cultivation, (Stanford Ave.) and few its equal for material and discovered and has coal about seven feet thick. If you want to make some real money this is your opand will make a nice addition for tract No. 1. construction and has dandy concrete porch, entire length of house and well arranged rooms with plenportunity and this coal land only about TRACT NO. 3 Also contains about eighty ty light, bath, convenient as can be. This house has mile from Cumberland & Manchester Bail Boad. acres of splendid land and has good weatherboarded large lot and garage, also splendid cistern and all house and one of the best tobacco barns in the counTRACT NO. 34 Haselden Bros. Hardware outbuildings and if you want a home that you will ty and the barn holds about eight acres of tobacco Store, including stock of hardware, implements, be glad always you bought It, then see this one for buggies, etc. Practically all the best and most and well roofed with galvanized roofing, and has it's worth your time, and we advise you to look this several springs and lays well to tract No. 1 and No. '2. lines are carried here, and there are but few one over. Or will sell as a whole the entire farm of two hunif any in Central Kentucky that are better equipped dred and fifty acres and don't forget, four dwellings and we invite your inspection. If you want a clean TRACT NO. 19 A real bungalow, on Farm and four barns, two cisterns, one well with never well selected stock and a business with a location Dale Ave., and a home well worth any one's time to fajling water, pools springs, and if you want a real and a business that has taken years to build, then look over for to look will mean to take this place, for stock farm and one that will grow plenty of tobacco this one should appeal to you. The late improveit's high and dry, well arranged and well located, and corn then look these over. ments only recently made makes this one of the most and has good garage, cistern and all outbuildings dedesirable ban! ware stores in this section. This store sired for a town home, and if you want extra land TRACT NO. 4 About eighty acres of land is equipped not only with the choicest lines, but has with this house we can supply your wants and the practically on the best pike in Kentucky, and this is a modern front and every other convenience, such as best of land, so if you want a city lot adjoining you the new Lexington pike and this farm has one resilloor cases, wall cases, cash register and every can get that too. dence, one cistern, one well, one dairy, two splendid improvement. barns and is one of the best fenced small farms near TRACT NO. 20 Two story bungalow with Lancaster, and will be priced to suit the buyer. TRACT NO. 35 Hnselden Bros. Garage. a plenty of room and has cistern, garage and six rooms large two story concrete building and one of the best in house and has good room in basement. This TRACT NO. 5 About three hundred and twenty-fin the state, and if you want a combination business house will suit for any one desiring a gooii roomy ive acres of land in Casey county, Ky.. between of hardware store and garage this opportunity you home and can cut more land to this place if desired, Stanford and Danville and about two and one-hashould grasp. We are selling hundreds of cars as so if you want a nice home at a moderate price this miles from Moreland Station and close to all good our records will show and our accessory business has one should be just to your liking. markets. This farm has never failing watert two been most satisfactory. houses and one extra large barn and plenty of timber There has never been a TRACT NO. 21 Another bungalow with plenminute to loose since this place was built and for a land with large timber and this farm produces some ty room and gojod looks and convenient and has shop equipment we say there are few City shops in of the best tobacco grown in this good tobacco coundandy concrete pavement in front of house and if Louisville or Cincinnati that is better equipped. ty. If opportunity is what you want you have it for you want a well arranged, but moderate priced place this farm will surely make you money, and to see it TRACT NO. 36 The Handsome brick resione should suit you. Plenty of basement room, this will convince you. dence of about 14 rooms, now occupied by B. S. also has large garden us good as they make them and Brown, on Lexington Ave., and one of the best homes TRACT NO. 6 About forty acres of land near has cistern and garage. in Central Kentucky, and has furnace heat and danBourne, Ky. ,and well located to school and has good TRACT NO. 22 Well if you want something dy bath room. 'This home is well arranged for house and good barn and will make any one desiring that you can get plenty of country air, and at same boarding house or can be occupied by several famia small farm the opportunity he desires. Sand stone time be right in town with all town conveniences, lies and will make a dandy apartment house and is tobacco land and plenty of water. you desire for we then this one has the opportunity the best opportunity ever oirered for a real investcan cut you land in the way of City lots anil grazTRACT NO. 7 Nine acres of land in that thrivment, for it will be a money maker to any one desiring land to the rear, and has good garden, good cising little town of Marksbury, Ky., also on the Lexinging property of this kind. tern, good garage und concrete pavement. At the ton Pike and has good water, and well located and TRACT NO. 37 The brick residence of J. It. price asked we do not believe there is a home in Lanone of the most desirable baby farms in Kentucky, Haselden. situated on Hill Court, and has about four caster according to location and being new, that you and a nice home on this tract will be the pride of acres of the best land in the count). This home has any one desiring a small farm. can touch within several hundred dollars of the price two bath rooms and furnace heuted and has been asked for thus one. TRACT NO. 8 About five acres of land ately remodeled and for a real home you can't beat TRACT NO. 23 Good two story home on Lexin Upper Garrard, near W. H. Furr's and close to it anywhere. This house has dandy basement, good ington Avenue, and well arranged and has plenty of good store and school, same has no house but will cistern and every convenience and shrubs and fruit room and all well ventilated and this place has good be priced right and to suit the purchaser. trees that only time itself can supply for if you desire cistern, garage ,burn and plenty garden, and if you TRACT NO. 9 About eight acres of land in a home thta you will like in every particular then want Lexington street property it will be priced to Lancaster, on rear of lots of Farradale and Tinder this one will supply your every wish. suit you. Itemember when you get a home from us Ave., and this laud will be desirable for anything TRACT NO. 38 The home of S. G. Haselden practically everything we show you is brand new farming, poultry raising, splendid passuch as truck with basement under entire house and has furnace and so is this one. ture, also dandy building lots. heat and two bath rooms, and house has eight rooms TRACT NO. 24 Bungalow, on Lexington Ave., TRACT NO .10 Two story brick store room, and sleeping porch, and clothes chute to basement brand new and and has garage, cistern, now occupied by C .S. Sanders and has large fronand every convenience and has about three acres of good garden, etc., and it's well arranged and has tage and runs to depth of iron clad warehouse at land and garage .barn, etc.. and if you are looking plenty of room. This house is new and has new tin rear of lot, also has a splendid cistern, and this propfor a modern home with all conveniences you must roof and newly papered and an ideal home at the wide erty always desirable for store room and has not overlook this opportunity. price and we ask you to see this one before you buy. concrete pavement in front of store. TRACT NO. 39 The lot on Lexington street TRACT NO. 25 This bungalow on Lexington TRACT NO. 11 The handsome two story resiformerly owned by H. H. Button and is (il)xlOO feet avenue is a beauty and has solid brick foundation dence now occupied by Judge Treadway, and has deep, and one of Lancaster' best. This lot is suitand several well arranged rooms and the basement corner frontage and is one of the nicest and best able for business or residence property and is a dangarage and cistern, under entire house and splendid located homes in Lancaster, having all modern condy in every particular. good garden, etc., and electric lights and if you want veniences, such as furnace, hot and cold water and TRACT NO. 40 Lot between water tower and a home you will like now and always like, then see two splendidly equipped bath rooms and practically West store room and is desirable for business lots this one. It's salmon colored and one of the best house is finished In hardwood. A dandy the entire and will be priced right. painted jobs in town and for convenience and arbasement. For convenience we will put this place rangement as well as price asked, we say you can't TRACT NO. 41 The handsome Crescent Hill against any home in the county and has splendid new home on Stanford pike, now occupied by Joe AI-- d beat it. cistern and garage, also all necessary outbuildings, ridge and is one among Garrard county's best imTRACT NO. 26 This is on Lexington uvenue, and is a home that's a real home, being convenient proved farms and consists of about one hundred and practically new, only having been built about four school and when we say school to town .churches and twenty-fiv- e acres of laud suitable for tobacco, corn, ' years and has every convenience and good garage we say there is none better. hemp, etc., and is one of the best locations in the and barn, anil a cistern that holds plenty water, alTRACT NO. 12 Dandy home on Richmond state for a jrtock farm and improvements, we sav it's so good garden. This house is well arranged and street with about seven rooms and splendid bath and practically in a class of itself. The house is a" has concrete pavement and you will be sure to like large roomy lot and good cistern and all necessary of nine rooms, has dandy basement and furright distance to the improvements and just the outbuildings and just a and a jump to Pubnace heated and every room well arranged and has school, town, etc. house having just been remodeled lic Square. This dandy sleeping porch. This house is built of selectTRACT NO. 27 Lot on Danville Ave., known and will be ready for you on January 1st., 192U. ed brick and is one of Will Stones' best jobs and as The Miller lot and on which there is a brand new TRACT NO. 13 Dandy home on Haselden aside from the conveniences at the house it has one concrete foundation just ready to build a new house, Heights, Bungalow type and as convenient as they of the best equipped barns In the country, and this and the buyer of lot gets this foundation. If you make'em and lot lays fine to street and has concrete Is a home you seldom have the opportunity to buy. want a lot that you will always like and will always pavement and all outbuildings with good cistern. If TRACT NO. 42 The double store room be a ready seller, then don't overlook this one, for you want a bungalow just outside of town limits this by us and has two large brick store rooms we say there is not a lot in Lancaster that is more is it, for you have no City tax on this home. and dandy basement under each room, running endesirable. Concrete pavement in front of entire lot. TRACT NO. 14 Dandy two story house on tire length and two largo rooms upstairs, including n TRACT NO. 28 Another opportunity on Haselden Heights, also just outside of City limits and oirices now occupied by Tomlinson and Hays. In Heights, just above .Mr. Yelton's home, and has all rooms plastered and is a brand new house addition thereto is a dandy three story warehouse, you can get this lot to suit you, and as wide as you with bath, also kitchen sink, and is an ideal home for with elevator warehouse and has three entrances for like and if you want room and lots of it, you can be one desiring a Lancaster home, and this has a garage loading "purposes. This double store room is near suited here. and all necessary outbuildings and good cistern. If the Court House and in the center of Lancaster's you want a house of modern convenience and apTRACT NO. 29 Lot on Haselden Heights and business district and not a better located business preciate electric lights, water in kitchen and a dandy is high and dry, and will make as nice u building point can be found in the City of Lancaster. Klova-to- r bath room, you should see this one. lot as you could wish and has concrete pavement and runs to third lloor and for convenience we say you will be hnjpy to own a home on this property, TRACT NO. 15 A corner lot with two story this one can't be bent in location or convenience to and every house on this addition is a credit to the frame bungalow on Farra Dale and Tinder Ave., any line you may desire. town and community, so get a lot here and be glad and an ideal home with plenty of room, with water This sale will be conducted privately and you you did it. in kitchen and electric lights and good cistern at may call on J. B. or S. G. Haselden or either of their kitchen ifbor, and all necessary outbuildings and a TRACT NO. 30 Kit her one or two lots just besalesmen, or David Thomas for full Information and home you will like, arrangement is good and well low the home of Uev. Itix and if you want some purtlculttin and you will be made prices and terms located. This house is new and If you want a good roomy lots, these will suit you ami will be priced thut will appeal to you for we mean business und are home priced right, then see us for further informaright. They are so situated that you can have your going to sell. home facing town and see practically to the Public tion. This oiler is made for only a few days and all A home on these two lots or two homes on Square. TRACT NO. 16 A dandy two story, G room houses previously rented for the year of 19215 will them will be altogether possible und if you want to house on Tinder Ave., and one of thehest arranged be sold subject to rentul contract I. e., the purchuser live in one and rent the other this is your opportunhomes in Lancaster and one you will like from every will be expected tocarry out contract with all parity. Itemember no City Tux on these two lots and standpoint. If you want a home that one heating ties so fur runted to. SEE US QUICK. they are dundies. stove will practically heat the entire house and at J. R. HASELDEN, S. G. HASELDEN, D. A. THOMAS the same time have the use of grates, etc., then this TRACT NO. 31 Six lots or any one of six on Lancaster, Ky. one should be just to your liking. Bath room built Farradale and these lots are all good ones, und will JOE S. HASELDEN, Crab Orchard, Ky. be sold with certain restrictions which wlil be made and finished, but fixtures not yet installed, but you I one-ha- lf te HARDWARE STORE AND GARAGE, HOUSES AND CITY LOTS We are offering to the public for tale our entire holding, none ef which it reserved, and we are living you the opportunity of your life to get located FflD C A I C rUll OALt lf te new-bric- k hop-ski- p now-occupie- d Has-elde-