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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): September 14, 1922 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1922 cen1922091401_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 14, 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 VKAR LANCASTER. KY.. THURSDAY AFTERNOON. SEPTEMBER 14. 1922. ! NUMBER S3. BURLEY ELECTION FORTY FOOT GREAT DAY GARRARD COUNTY (FOOT BALL ' IN BEREA (SET FOR SATURDAY PRACTICE RIGHT OF WAY CONVENTION Taken Over for Sunday, September 17th.. 1022, Delegates to District Convention to be Chosen, Who State Maintenance Union Church House lent Schedule Arranged Will Meet Monday and Dedication R lying to an inquiry from CounThe Cinrrnnl County Convention of With the opening of the Lancaster ty Itaglrieer, Irvine Stapp, ns to was held nt Rod thr Christian churches Elect Association This event touches every home for High School on Monday morning of u s'.inns governing widths of right Falrvicw Monday nnd Tuesday of thit last week the word Foot Hall wa ref .i on rood taken over for state miles arwand. Directors of week. It wa n good convention in It Mother old The Union Hps Of Christian Churches Enjoyable Event , Was Ht'Ktin Last Thursday ExcelAM SURVEY Is tn RondH Started on Cincinnnti-Look- out Motintnin Air Line Jtoad (Somerset Journal) Mr. L. L. Pearsall, Chief Locating Knglneer of the State Highway Department, was in the city yesterday nnd stated that he had started the survey for the Cincinnati-Lookou- t Mountain Air Line road. A crew of engineers were placed In McCrcnry county last week and they will survey to the Tennessee state line and then come to Pulaski county to make the survey south to McCreary County. Mr. Pearsall stated that If tho bond Issue carried in McCreary county that work would be started on this road at once nnd rushed to completion. He plans to begin work at the state line and work north. All that is necessary to make this great highway a certainty is to build the road through McCreary and part of Pulaki. Work is now going on In Tennessee to connect with the Kentucky road. Mr. Pearsall also stated that he had a crew at work in Clinton county and thnt nine miles of pike would be built there to connect a gap between Monticrllo and Albany, The Cincinnati-LookoMountain Air Line Associaton ha been working for months to get this survey started and the association will also ussist in the bond election In Mc Creary. Within a year we hope to see the completion of this great high- way, which will mean so much to this section of the country. every way, except thnt the altcnil-nnc- e was not nt large a It should have been. The Faifvlew people proved themselves attain to lie mot gracious hosts, providing abundant dinner both day. despite the fact that It wa understood that all attended were to bring their own io lunches, The out of the eounty people who were 1rrnont and had placet on the program were: N'. K. MrOowan, of l.oulvllle, State S. 8. Superintendent for the Disciples; J. S. Hilton, Louisville, Secretary and Treasurer of the Orphans' Home; Edgar C. Itll-eLexington, Financial Secretary for Transylvania College; and Mr. J. T Sullivan, I.oultvillo, tpecial representative of the Woman' Society. The following min. made ad 1st en were present and dresses. T H. Clayton, Lexington; C. C liauc, Madison County, It It llakcr, llerra; C. A. VanWinkle, of Paint Lick and K. II. Ilourland, of (.anrastrr. In addition to the two minuter named above ai rrsident. in Garrard county and taking part on the program, the following l.ancas-te- r and Garrard county people participated in the meeting' Mr. J It. Kinnaird. Mrs. John Trthble, Mrs. I.. X Miller, Mrs. Ite Hast. a. Mist Cyn- ry timers of many of the and Captain Cox called a meeting immediately after the elose of the day's work for n business meeting of all who intend to go out for the tram. Ijincaster High School has always been represented in the athletic Held for the high class, clean athletics that the school has always stood far. and for. Supt. will continue to stand P II. Iloyd addressed the meeting, of his approval of and told the athletics as long as they made Foot Hall or any other game a far a that is concerned, a side line to the school and not allow the school to be a side line to athletic. Mr. J. M. Mcltoberts of the Drug Store will again be in charge of this year's team, and It art-inin the capacity of head coach and athletic director. The boys chee Mr. J. It. Haselden, Jr , to art for the time bcag, as student manager, anil we dare predict that ut the next regular meeting of the team that they will affirm J. K.'.s appointment, as he has already taken to his new task to assist this year's team in whatever rapacity that he ran. It was very gratifying to asst. Coach Wllmot to ee so many of the old line men for this year's team among them being, Hamilton Cox. W. on the bi k' thia Pruitt, and the two ywni: dough-ter- s of Dr. and Mrs. J B. Edward. The following aims for the next jear were recommended by the on "Future Work" and ndopt-e- d 1st. An all by the convention the year Sunday Schwa! in every The church; 2nd lord's Supper every Sunday in every church; 3rd., church, the A minuter for every group plan being followed where slble; 4th A Christian Endeavor Society in every church, Ath. A revival meeting in every chuich within the e yeaf; Oth. A volunteer for Christian service from every church; "th An offering from every Sunday School for the work of the County Community and 8th. Kepresentntive from evrry church and Sunday School at the next county convention. New officers for the coming year were chosen nt follows: President, J K, Stormes; First Vice President, E II. Ilourland; Second Vice Presi. lent, Mrs. V M. Elliott; Third Vice President, Hibt. Gastineau; Children's Superintendent, Mrs, - .V. Miller; Younj: People' Supenntenilent, Miss Cynthia Prultt; Adult SuperintenThe dent. Mr, C. A. VanWinkle. next convention will be held in l.an-catCom-mitt- Kohmson. ( D. Hwbinson, V. Gn. Knva-naug- Church "the r.aintenanre, the following reply was of Heron College" and a fountain of pr itipily received from division engigood for :ll the people of this neer T. (I. Smith, which gives the region. law w,(h the bark on it, and must be The building is a memorial of John observed, Judge Tread-waI Ye. Kveryone who knows Kenbefore the Lexington pike now tucky, or the of Amerlcn's heroes, under construction, will be token ever Fee came to know that name. by the state. Madison county in 1SS3, protected His letter follows: by (Sen. Cnssius M. Clay, and found-m- i Winchester. K., a union church, and n church op September 7, 11122. poed to slavery. He outfaced more Mr. Irvine Stapp, than twenty mob. His courage in County Itoad F.nglnccr danger, his cheerfulness under prose(ancaster, Kentucky cution, hi sublime faith in the right, Dear Sir may be a strength-givintonic to nil Your letter of September fith., rewho try to advance the Kingdom of ceived requesting instructions from (iod In the fare of difficulties and this deportment n- - to regulations opposition. governing widths of right of way on And the church is still advancing. roads taken over for state mainten- This is no ordinary church house for ance. For your information please worship once a week. It proposes to be advised that the maintenance dehelp all people every i" the week, partment ha certain rules ami reguilesldc the main auditorium, there is lations governing widths of right of a spacious Sunday School room, and way on roads to be taken over for nine community rooms. These will state maintenance, same being in all accomodate the "Woman'j Industris ca-not 1' than 10 feet in width al," for which the church is famou. or 20 feet each side of center line And they will provide elevating of road This being the case, it will recreation, so young people need be necessary for you to have all net be tempted toward harm music, fences moved bark at least 20 feet boy scouts and what not. And here from the center line of the LexingIndie coming to town to trade ran ton road before some will be acceptAnd a place to wash their hands nnd ed for stale maintenance. says-County (. lt g '!" j k. full-tim- The revival which started at the Ilaptist church last Monday evening, promises to be one of the best held in Lancaster for many months. Under the pastorate of Mr, William K. (tlx, this church has grown both The and spiritually. lancater. coming of Hev. J. K. Martin, of Sept. 2'Jth Versailles Hi at Tenn., who will do the preaching, is an eminently successful evanl.aneas-ter- . Oct. ilth. Danville Hi at gelist ami his meeting should result Oct. 13lh. Clarke Co. High at in much spiritual refreshment ns well at much fruitfulnes. Lancaster. Dr. Martin wn unable to be here Oct. 20th. Madison Hi. Richmond Monday and Tuesday evening and the at liichmend. Oct. 27th. Georgetown Hi at Lan. pulpit wn tilled by Hev. Walker, of Danville Ilaptist church Tuesday eve. Church News caster. 3rd. Cynthiana at Cynthi-an- rung. Nov. The public i cordially invited to Our special meetings are now in (Pending.) attend all service nnd i nt all times progress. Ilrother Martin was un1 1 th. Nov. Stanford at welcome. able to be with ut Monday and Tuesday evenings, but Ilrother Walker, Nov. 17th. Springfield at l.ancas-ter- . Coy Sells of the Danville church came over on (Pending.) Tuesday evening with a great mesNov. 24th. Open. Attorney T. J. Underwood County sage that did us all guod. There Nov. 30th. - Lexington Model Hi, purchased the Coy property on Ilich-i- n will be service each Might at 7:3(1, at I.anraster oral ttreet last Saturday afternoon, and each morning at ten o'clock nt at public auction, for $3,000. It it Season close. the church. There will be four serconsidered cheap property. Mr. vices next Sunday, Sunday school ut Church Notes and hi family will move to U:I5; Preaching nt 10:45; 3 o'clock January Kev II. W. Whitnker tilled the pill-pi- t Lancaster permanently about and 7. 30. Ilrother Martin will be the last Sunday at both services The 1st., at which time they get possesHe is a preacher at each service. with sion of their home. The Itoy School(i'od sent man and will lend us In u other minister were present their congregations m the evening to er property on Danville street, wus great meeting if we do our part in taken down, after n bid of f I.7&0 was Pray as though all welcome the new (mstor. He and his offered. family moved into the mronagu this depended upon (toil. Then go out and work as though all depended up- w eek. Snalce Gourds There will be regular service Sun-da- y on us. morning. During the Baptist Did you ever sue a rattle snake A cordial welcome to all to attend revival the Kpwttrth League will meet gourd? When passing, cast your eye our services. at 8:30 U allow time for earlier at- into one of the window of the Kecet two. In ord office and you will tendance at the other servlcos. Bulgin Mecting-Mesm- . keeping with the plan of the pastor They are 42 i tie he. long and were K. K. Dillehny, Walln Ut-ta- , one other churvh service will be held grown by J. T. lllnukt out on Itoute l.eo Simm and I). T. (Irummitt, i mi Sunday night during revivals. Nu. 2. Some gourds, we say. of IlurroiNbiirg were in the city last Sunday evening the service will be Tuesday afternoon, boosting the big held nt the Prosbyteruin church. llulgin meeting now in progress in The Methodist ehureh I entering We want to ex pre my thank to that city Friday night of this week into the new conference your. Let has been designated ns Lancaster us begin it with renewed interest our friends for the many kindnesses night and we predict that many from and loyalty and the purpose to make shown us during the illness and death' here will attend. it a great year in every' activity of of our mother and for the ninny The pastor U counting beautiful floral designs. the church. Big Coming Family of Mrs. Margaret Arnold. upon the support nnd of every member and he is confident of Mrs. As agent for the heir beginning to Henrietta Pendleton, Mr. W. 0. (tig-ne- y that the coniiregiition I will sell the farm of the deceas- the now year in that spirit. William L, Fredrick, of the Fred-eric- k ed, consisting of ubout 76 acres, on Sign Company, has returned to Saturday, September 30th. Lancaster with hi bride, and will Watch next Issue of the Hecord for Those who fail to see "Ten Night locate here permanently. Mr. Fredfull particular. in a Ilarroom" to be presented at erick i the best sign painter In the Itomant' Opera House, tonight will State and we are glad he has decidIn Lancaster, He now Night miss one of the greatest hcurt inter- ed to locate olfcrt hi tervlcet to the public. known. Don't forget tu attend the meeting est drama the world has ever of the Chamber of Commerce to- The picture ha been proclaimed by Dick.rton's Genuine Kanawha Salt morrow night. It' Important that the pret a the supreme etfort of In sacks and barrels. Hudson V Faroau. the screen. a good attendance be on hand. Jet-Ilco, Vcr-saille- s. tineau. C (iastineau. II. Crutchfiold, P. Ilratton, V. AmIrron, II. II. Speake, O. Moere, Henry Cox. P. Stapp. C It. (iainet, W. Daniels; among the new men out for the ttam are K. Creech. II. llourlnnd, D. Kate, Jack Wtlliant, C. Gooch, II. V. A. Lear, F (lumber. L. Thompson. J. Klltott, L J. Sanford, S (1 Sanders. W. It. Arnold. H. Carrier. D. Haselden and I. llaseldcn. The following is a lit of the games scheduled to tilt date and Athletic Director Mellobert hat the promise of several mure games that are just He ha ara good if not better ranged these game and it will require that the lovers of the great fall game back this year's team to the limit. Following is the schedule to date: Sept. 16th. Junction City at caster. Sept. 2i.'d. .S'icholasvilte Hi at Ilrn, Very truly yours, T. II. Smith. Division Kngmeer. Judge Tread way inform us that he will be glad to confer with those whose fences have to lie moved back, at any time in his olTlce, at which time he can show them where it will be much cheaper for the owner to do the work than for the county take a little rest. It is intended to be "The Church of the Open Door." The exercises have been planned on a large scale. Fermer pastors, Dr. Ilenson II. Itobert and Dr. Thompson, of Lincoln Itidge, nnd other eminent servants of (iod will take part. The sermon will be by President Hutchins. Ilerea Citizen. Auto Accident OUTLOOK GOOD For Grettt Revival at Hap tint Church Baptist a, Place Mrs. Kluabeth Corman, of Mercer county, was seriously but not dangerously injured last Sunday afternoon, when the car In which she was riding, collided with the car of Mr. and Mrs. 0. II. Swinebroad, near Point I.envell, on the Richmond pike. The crnh was so sudden that Mrs. Corman was About ii e thrown through the windshield of her , oiie.iMng oi ...t . a newspaper does wnai car and her chin nnd throat severely in a community the late United cut by the glass. Her car was State Senator Davis, of Illinois, driven by her ton, who wn not in- made nn address in which he said: jured, nor were any of the occupant "Kvery year each local paper give of the Swinebroad car. The latter from $200 to $1,000 in free lines to car was being driven by Marr the city or town In which it is locaSwinebroad and In the car with him ted, In boosting, praising and for were Mr. nnd Mrs. Swinebroad. Mrs. lodges, churches, schools, societies, Corman was carried to the home of etc. The editor in proportion to his her titter, Mrs. Nathan Cotton, whom means, does more for the town than she was visiting and is being cared any other man in it, ami he ought for by Dr. Virgil Kinnaird, who was to be supported, not because you like called immediately after the accident. or dislike him nnd his style, but beSeveral stitches had to be taken in cause a local paper is one of the the throat of Mrs. Carmou, whom town's ltest feature. Today the we are glad to state at thit time i local papers are doing more for less rapidly improving. The Corman car pay than anything on earth, and it' was damaged considerably and the a fact in many cae of free notices." fender of the Swinebroad car, which is u handome Caddillac, wa badly EVERYBODY bent. Saturday, between the hour of and 4 P. M. the members of the Hurley Tobaeco Growers' Cooperative Association will hold their y annual election, in this county. member of the Association can vote, but he must do so on an official ballot which will be furnished htm by the oiricer of election. It can be voted by mail or sent In by a friend, if the grower is not able to attend the election in person. The election Saturday will be held in every one of the organized counties of the Hurley district. The delegates chosen Saturday will meet Monday in that county in each district which delivered to the Association the largest amount of tobacco in the past yenr and will elect the director for thnt district. There are twenty-tw- o of the. districts and the twenty-tw- o directors elected next Monday will elect three directors at large, the entire board then proceeding to the election of the officers of the Association. So far as can be learned there Is no opposition to any of the present members of the directorate, with one or two exceptions, or to any of the officers of the Association who have conducted its business the past year. The elections Saturday are to be held at the court houses in the various counties and will be in charge of men elected nt mnss meetings September 2nd., when the candidates for delegates were nominated by the growers themselves. Illank spaces are left on every ballot, so that the grow, er may write in the names of any persons for whom he may desire to vote, in ense he does not wish to vote for candidates whose names appear on the ballot. Nearly 70,000 men and women will take part in Saturday's election, it was said at the olfices of the Asso ciation. 8 A. M. Kv-er- Directors are Poorly Paid The silly report that the directors of the Hurley Tobacco Association receive the handsome salary of $0,000. has gained currency. In order to find out exactly what the directors arc paid, this paper asked Hon. W. II. Shanks, of this city, who is director from the counties of Lincoln, Garrard and Casey, he said: "We get the munificent sum of $120 per year which Is $10 per month; it would be hard to figure how much per day. Wc also get our traveling expenses to and from Lexington, when we are called there for n meeting or for other business." This should sc. to rest the report that evidently was started that the Hurley Association might be damaged. We don't know all the directors, but If they are any thing like our townsman in ability and otherwise, they are about the poorest paid bunch of business men we know of. Interior Journal. The Newspaper What Does "Subluxation" Mean? When a nerve is pressed upon by a vertebra In the spinal column it is called a subluxation of the vertebra. The Chiropractor by adjusting this subluxated vertebra, relieves the pressure on the nerve which runs through it; by so doing he gives nature n chance to build up the affected part of the body. Life energy is nerve energy. Stop the normal flow of nerve energy and the life force is hindered. e The Chiropractor relieve the on the nerves the life force flows freely normally. II. K. Wade, I). C, Chiropractor. Office hours 'J to 11 A. M. and pre-sur- Over Dixie Airline Mr. and Mrs. Herman Frasa, of Dayton, Tenn., have been spending several day with relative near They motored through, and came over the Dixie Airline, via. Whitley City, Somerset, Stanford and Lancaster. Mr, Frasa is very enthuiatic over the new highway and believe that it will be open for trairjc by the latter port of 1923. MeCroary county through which the highway runs, recently voted n $20,000 bond issue for the building of the county' party of This road, whicn practically assure it completion by next fall. . Expects to Attend Hryantsville Fair Many from Lancaster and the sur rounding community are making plans to attend the Community Fuir at Hryantsville. Saiarday, September 23rd., nnd a great day i anticipated. Those who are responsible for this immense undertaking are leaving no stones unturned to see that the fair i a success and from the present indications many entries will be made in the various departments. The Lancaster and Lexington road will be thrown open to the public for this day, so no one need have any fear or anxiety along this line. TIh Chamber of Commerce is working up'n large delegation to attend in a body from Lancaster and are utVm expecting to bring a brass band nlong with them. A committee is working on this feature of the en tertainmwnt and will report ut the meeting of the Chamber of Commerce Friday evening. Methodist 2 to 5 P. M. Kvenings, Sunday by appointment. and Holiday (It.) Notice to Burley Growers Grower' Tobacco Association who may be unable to attend the election next Saturday may obtain ballots to vote by mail or send In by other, member from the following: Jose Sanders, G. A. Ilrown, W. It. Kelley, Lancaster, Ky. JAMES C STONE, Pre, and General Manager. II. LEE EAItl.EV, Secty.-TreMember n. of the Hurley Nothing Doing Says Idaho McAdooi Wilt Not Kim William Card of Thanks Sale former secretary of the today cltarnctenied as treasury, "pure bunk," a recent pros report from New York in which William C. o Lyons of Denver, Colo., said Mr. A. McAdoo, Fall. Idaho. Sept. Did It Ever Function? (It.) Yau can buy cheaper flour than Obelisk, but not flour that will lira you the sam satisfaction. Try a sack today, Hudson & Farnau. Back Stay Wonderful Drama Friday had told him that he would Frankfort, Sept. 0 Coventor's be a candidate for the Democratic fuel committees will cense to func presidential nominution in If--1. tion after today, following a telegram Mr. McAdoo wa interviewed by received from Governor Morrow to a representative of the Idaho Falls day by J. A. Kurly, chairman of Post aboard a log raft, 'the McAdoo the committee ordering the commit special" on which ho and a party of tee to disband. Step wa taken by friends are making a fishing trip the Governor, he said .after the Feddown Snake river. eral district fuel committee disband"There i nothing further from my ed a week ago. mind than a return to public life," STHAYKD: From my place about td. "My change of Mr. McAdoo residence to California wa intended the last of August, two (luck sheep, to remove me from and not to Inject one sheared. Pirate notify this of (9 7 3t) fice. me Into public politics." Ballard' Pie Supper There will Scott's Fork night, Sept. will be used school be a pie supper at the school house Saturday 23rd., at 7.30. Fund for the benefit of the BtU tits for Hudson sl. & Farnau. The Central Record, Lancaster. Ky., Thursday, Sept 14, 1922 COMMISSIONER'S SALE OF LAND COMMISSIONER'S SALE OF LAND HRrANTSVlLLE" (Delayed) Dean spent the i COMMISSIONER'S SALE OF LAND Mr. C. M. week-- ! end at Richmond Mr. It. P. limn was m Cincin GAKP.AIU) CIRCUIT COURT. natt, Tuesday on buslne, GARRARD CIRCUIT COURT GARRARD CIRCl'IT COURT I'lalntiffKobrrt Long, et nl, J. M. Hiatt, Plaintiffs, Mrs. J. M. nml Mrs. Martin Katie Griggs, Admrx.. et nl, I'lnlntitTs Vo. Vs. Vs. Defendants. James T. Marsee, et nl, Defendants. Broglc were in Danville Saturdny. V. II. Griggs, et nl. Grant Marsee ,ct nl, Ilrfendsnts. Mrs. I.cwhi Ilrenddus nml Miss Let Pursuant to n judgment rendered Pursuant to n Judgment rendered Pursuant to n Judgment rendered nt the August Term. 1022, the un- int the August Term, 1022. the un tie Ilrenddus In at the August Term, 1022. the unjwnt Satunlny dersigned Commissioner will sell nU dersigned Commissioner will sell nt ilrrsignctl Commissioner will sell nt Nichntnsvillc. nuction, to the highest nnd fiubllc nurtion, to the highest and public nurtion. tn the highest and1 fiublle Mrs. I.owto Met. of Georgetown est at the Court llouo door ni the Court llouo door nt the Court Housx door In I.nnentcr, Ky., nt 1 1 o'clock, A. in Lancaster, Ky., nt 1 o'clock, A. has been n recent ruot of Mrs. II in Lancaster, Ky., nt 11 o'clock, A. M., or thereabout, on M.. or thereabout, on II.. or thcrenbout. on A. Dnwos. MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 25th, 1022, MONDAY, SEPTEMBKI: 25th. 192, Mr. A. T. ChriMepher, of Sonior MONDAY, SKl'TKMHKU 2th. 1022. real estnte mentioned in the the real estate I mentioned In the. the the real mentioned in the pleading and described as follows! set, l visiting Mr. Logan ., II. . I II nml pleadings estate , Garrard Cnuntv. Kenlurkv. .... punning amiI ocscnoe. a luiiuw.and described ns follows: Miss Kliin Ison. In Garrard Cauntr, Kentucky, and in i.nrrar. lounty, I Ky., near uy- th. nufkv nikl, ,h , I... mm nI I. fA nml Mrs. I.ouls W. ItroflddH will be being ileerlbed in live trnet as folLreok ami hounded as Uninf in mM.iu .Tr 0' it... i host at her home in the country for lows: 1 I rrn for Same old process Same old flavor 1 lldrr .', .', Iw stake on a hill, corner to same; t'urue K. 0.70 chains to n beech, S. 384 N. 3tH, K. ! poles to a point to thei E. 0.58 chains to n stake on North West edge of Paint Lick, corner side of n branch; thence S. 1(1, K. Thomps Sebastian: thence up sail 1.75 chains to an ash, corner to Alex creek. S. 71. K. 30 poles to the be, Denny: thence with his line S. 52 , ginning containing 11H acres, n. ju.iit chains to n stone on .North Tract No 2: Hiinnlni? nt n nn.r.i iido of n drain; thence N. OO'i, V on the West tank of Paint Lick Creek 1.48 chains to a post: thence S. 70 nt the mouth of a drain, corner to the i W. 21 chains to n stone in Denny's 10.30 acres sold to Lizzie Deling." n new corner between said Mar line, imnee up sum drain H. 00 Vi, v. 27 sees; thence n new division line with poles to n stake, S. 17i, V 33 ' n fence N W, 8.3 chains, N poles to n stake, to a corner in line '22, W. 05 chains. X. 34, V. 250 Jm.kte Jns. Simpson; thence with' thn. V I f fi tl? -- U.l chains, N. 27 i, V. 5.25 chains to the a young elm: thenre X. 2. W. 9.70 MrDudley Uwm, of Ravens- - M line Xorth S,. West 1IM fcouth gate post: thence X. 30. V. 11 chains to a stone 0 feet East of n I wood, .Mo., has been visitlmr Mrs. poles to a stake in said line.l chains to the beginning, containing young hickory; X. 8 , W. 3.87 corner to lot No 2 (W. Tunstili chains Xannie Mulllns nml other frlrnds Prewttt): thence line h.vj acres. , to said lot. V iin-v . I. an here in n The purpose of said sale it to chninssionc;a menre nr ANItCUMR-BU32, B. 70 poles to Paint Lick Creek. It. INO, ST. 1.0UI3 to muni in mill. tnni. satisfy the lien debt of $1,318.00 with die of pike. 28 links Miss Mamie Lee Ballon! bos rt corner to .ime; thence up said creek, South of the interest at the rate of six per cent S. 7 15 pes, est opening of a culvert; thence X.j turned from a ten day's visit with S. 71. K.W. poles. S. 10. per nnnum from January 2, 1021, un poles to"thc begin r,t,, 23 Bottling Co. Crab Mi" Mnrguerite VtIMk, In Lex- - ning containing 11 acres. til paid, with interest at annual rest, ... viiMiis.-r- , oi. w ; ,t,, ... Tract Xo. 3: Boginnini; ItlMttlbtilart due by Grant Mam-- to the plaintiff, to the beirinninir. contnininir 50 VIHIlflS I k a at nrreJI point in or near the middle of Paint . y ,m J. M. Hiatt, and estimated cost of this Tin..-- . I. ............. .1 r tt i Crab Orchartii Kentucky action, amounting to $1.10.00. thence ,... .,.k. Crc'orn.',f 1 easement or right of wav through th.. v.. M a ' "D w' V14, ,H,,W m' land herein conveyed for the use and ,on TERMS. ' V n8Urn''- - 'P Monday to a stake corner to same In line to The sale will be made on a credit benefit of the 47 35 acre .met nw ,n 'm.p Mrholasville. belonging to Robert Lorn?. The .M J?rnc' w'" of six nnd twelve months, and the I iavi Home News agree rnreiii ur in the movrment by purchnser will be required to execute nothing hut purebred ng t" bonds with approved security, for " " the purchase price, payable to W. II. conveyed to the Buckeye pike as the " I,r " Csires .n all their breeding work. i ,,J. " I Over ttw wn ,n '.''tington ,.?.L"t No ,'r.'?,,,.,.; Brown, Master Commissioner, due road now runs on the line between .. A campaign designed to eradicate 'Vi-r,"."' v in six and twelve months reinrrtivo. the land here n convevwl and th.. rrway on businis. county county tuberculosis from McLean A total of SSO (ira)Son ly, with interest nt tlx per cent per Zt H". W- Cunningham came home Lick farmers and poultry keepers have herds is going forward raphlly, Caum-tannum from date until paid, having f creek, h. 71. E. 23 , nturdny after visiting Mrs. Ross Ad- - UP Agent It II. Horii say. A total tn work th.. ,nTi , been taught the method of 'jw rating ino lorcc ana eitect or n Judgment the rii-containing 104 upon wnicn execution may issue, nnd time and is required to keen the am an' "'her relative, in I.oxing- - ?. t.hc WnlnK. the laying and loafing hens in their of ISA animals have' Keen Itsteti by r.An.1 IBtlll. V linn , u. fcnu n rr 1.. n lien will be retained upon the land it.lA. In r"1' mah.IIiI I I A9. LVItllluulli T..-- I t llecks by means of nine poultry cul- their owners to be tteii for the I. " V,, . . The purpose of said sale is to n . U,WB' Jrunni me purcnasc money is paid -' near mio.iie 01 rami I.ICK I reek. ling demonotrations held recent!) by dsoai. -. am' nomi' Jjatsatlsfv the debt .In.. Kl....ri.. r . I .. I V). It. Drown, Master Commls I V. ci. ..! County Agent It V Scearce and Fayette county farmers and pool ur,,n t rom n .. very pleasant two weeks lnm.f. In I nl .r. i, IS sloncr of Garrard Circuit Court, naird amounting to 15,428.00 with interest from January the extension divimon ef the College trymen are sowwing incriasel inter1021. nt m visit with his friend. Mr. Harry Mlt- - pX4 I. L. Walker, Attorney for Pill. a'stake'orner n Cnpt. Am Bourne, Auct. f of Agriculture at LcxlHgUm. The est in the improvement nf their notsl-trH W. R. llecks, County Agent S M. . W. 22 pole. , owners of 10 lloeks in the county lw-- d. . J- J and that they hanilled n total of Gabbert says. Attendance at pouli'!!1 N5 Fortunately men are not required six per cent from January 3. 1021 hmlly, Mrs Allie Rankin, Misses Vi- ttV w jf. 1,700 hens, 4(0 of which proved to try culling demonstration hove been to dress according to their means, Jt'a" ""nkin' lhc N 33. E. 73 H poles 50 per cent greater this year than There's n law ngalnst public naked gf said creejc; creek. be law producers that hml stopped last year, he added. ourg aunciav. r 10 ness. l,u'e ..... me ueginning, laying until spring. 3 .10'Jl. nn.l iniP.,.i nn..-- i I I fnntninini. 0 1. More than 2,00(1 acre ut Whitley and the sum of $1,500.00 due James Dr .and Mrs. B . Iawes, jim. Tract No. 5: lleginninir at the ocunty farm In ml are expected to be Women Sourct of Information. i. Hamilton nnd th u. ..,.ni,nK i.iaiicn, corner 10 seeded w..iiiir uuui. I wlh I had '"- marc cotmimtUmt or this action "mounting to l.oO.OO. with cover crwp this fall to Wheeler; thence with his line. bo Mort.,an,)( M(jtMH Commissioner's j,(,nh mJ protect them front ersin nnd leach Mltti wnmett. 1'w tbrfi tWy wohIiI hate ? no1" to a "tak"? ,n The sale will be 'made on a credit Am' Dw' "P'nt Tuesday in Paris Inform.! me ef nsonr things stirahl ing during the winter. County Agent Ueter hate liestnl of from men. of six and twelve month, and the with Mr. and Mrs. Colliver C IWs. E. K. Davis says. No'lei-and guest. Mr, ' A- - D. GARRARD CIRCUIT COURT Allen county farmers uro contribu purehMcSrlcerwabl Smsllcr Mrs. A. J. M. Hiatt, I'laintilT, llrown ?' t ting toward tlH1 Miece of the drive The scent for Perfume Factory. Master donm.ssioner, due in M. Moreland. Mis-e- s Zillah nnd Amy Creek, thenc; Vs. smeitir Is rs "s which the extension divssiofl of the reek George Marsee. et al. "Ctively Dawes, motored to Crab Orchard last 11 Defendants wfthnteres Xs. S. 33 pile,' College of Agriculture U conducting, ,.. , , Ui pn ,hrTvhtM Pursuant to a Judgment rendered ginning .con?ain,ng vi 3. 11lr -r fh"; Frida- Or- - ' ' throughout the stage against scrub Hft of nt the August Term, 1022. the unm..iiiB,. u - iil,tM I acres. I chnnl " i ...r..- -. Snrin. f nr ,li..n.,r dersigned Commissioner will sell at i no purpose oi sum , wile is to breeding nnunal". County. Agent A times imire rare than the gift of lne m- u- .. r. public auction, to the highest nnd whlrh e..niiinn mnv vunn,nKnaiw mid tne satt.fy the lien debu against same. M Allen says f them sutuplliig. Thirteen n,7i ' h I best bidder nt the Court I'ouse door wi l e retne d . n1h misionune to lose it very valuable amounting to the sum of 11.100.00 i,i In Lancaster, Ky., nt 11 o'clock, A. nurcha.e I I I. y tfillt w. II. iiKOWN. itk .11., or thereabout, on Mntr Cm hnMn by getting irm injure re Ulf h lntrslt frnm Inn eelvel f; C into a wire fence. mlssioner. MONDAY. SEPTEMBER 25th, 1022, M S "ffWo.OO recently 11 the real estate mentioned in the ,80bIfnpfir.K"U,ri""B' Attor" refuse.1 iuite a fancy price for same, per cent from January I. 1021, unt. pleadings and described as follows: Lnpi.AmHournt,Auct. paid, and the further sum of $1 100 00 In Garrard oCunty, Kentucky, nt tl'lfft ..0 .0 . Hyattsvllle, nnd bounded as follows: great benefit to the farmers, as stock J.nu. t!l p. ueginning at a point in the middle Commissioner's and 'the nan Kurii very nenrce nml the e- male. I cost or this action am. .tin' oi tne iincaster and uichmond pike ! ,0 00. at the intersection of the KlrUvllle of I an A They areand pastures almost dried up. Pike; thence with the middle of the TKIt.MS looking very much hotter. Kirksvlile pike, N. 45 "4, E. 0 chnins; GAICUAItD CIUCU1T COUItT The sale will be made on a .r..,lit The late lobar ha. nl... thence N. C5, E. 5 chains, X. 80 Eliza Aldridge x an'l twelve month nnd the Plaintiffs, ly hclnwl. .et nl. E, 1 1 chains to a point at each edge purchaser will be reouirml to execute , Vs. L m rnnivnie uiHh .School open- - bomb with approved security in me metal or pike; thence X. 58, James II. Dunn .et nl. the . Defendants. E. 3.85 chains to a point in the midi'ursuant i.. ,. li.,i,.m..ni r..n.i...i el Jlotidav with a. verv iroml .itl.mJ. I IHirchase price. itavnMe to W. II. dle of pike opposite n fence, n new Brown, Master Commissioner, ilue mi I.iiin i "! Th.. fiiuu-in.- , ,, ... , l.. .....i. v ,, irKmi, an. I corner to Grant Marsee, thence a new at the Augua T..rn. wm. tiiL liii-- i repeCtively will division line down hollow and with dersigned Commissioner i.i..i sell at employed . this yir. Prof. Adorns I . MX Per eonl n..r nn. ..i,l. li. I...- iMKiirm, ...il ... .. I ". . .A n wire fence, S. 30, E. 11 chain to r."Y. ififhninnd. . .inc.,., uiik .Mim car- - II num irom .late u i av,HK .. wun ,' iest hiiiiier the the South gate post, S. 27 i, E. In Ijincnster.at Ky Court House door I of MlldiSOH. nd Mhw Mnry unil t ,T"cl "f ' Judgment upon , at II o'clock A 'r.V 5.25 chains, S. 34, E. 2.50 chnins. S. M I Ilnllrni. I Which execution nl .TV IKHle. an.l a ln nr ihar..lw. ii. nui....,i 22, E. 05 chains, S. 464, E. S.03 will be retained on the land until the ....... I . i i chains to a stone in Denny's line, Mfivivw svnTPUiiiMi "VKi ". """"n' purchase money m paid. ;1V. ...rJ i L .i.": i.m pV.nl . .1..corner to Grant Marsee; thence with .... ii.nivnru iii oiiv i ihi n fiiinittor f It.. ..!..., .u s ,11.. W. II. llltOUN, Muster Com ! Denny's line with a fence, S 71, W. vsosismk iivm ii'vti - ots ktijiUna; ner .Sunday. tAmonsr the iiucst w..r I . I mlssioner. G. C. C. in WIIMHIII .1,.. . .. A). Ulll.. Ill r.,.rrnr.i tWU III. chains; thence H. 43 4. W. 0.31 " lis wnon fc Kauirman, Attorneys the new Uncaster it Danville turn- - Mr- HWer, of Nleho- chains to the middle of 1:30 nnd Richmond pike; thence with the pike road, and bounded and describ- - lasville, Mr and Mrs. James Bryant n. "Urn"' A"Ct' middle of said pike, X. 50 , W. (5 """'' "f Wf HS lanro0TM: V" W. 7 chains. X. 48 chains. X. 42 I will soil to the highest and W. 7.57 chains, N. 05, W. i?tU,r Ohio. vlrKinUi TrWer- - f "fluti,,v,rcoa,e,,, w:th Katdr 14.05 chains to the beginning, containing on the East by the land of Wesley ..,.,. Sutton, and 011 the South by the Lan- licious refreshment were sorvml. 50.52 ncres, nnd being the some land At !,.. six miles from and one conveyed to said George Marsee by '"toJ.A About forty guet enloved Mr. U"I Methodist: church ul.l,h Mimul -- deed dated Jan. 2, 1021, from J. P. containing 10 acre more or ies and I . . ,: Dean' hospitality and the attractive' '"Knl nl ""rroii.uurg, me Kev, is jmrt or the...land nlloUe.1 . to E. Bourne, and recorded in th niri mile from Lexington pike, on good county .. ... i. in the clerk of the Garrard County iunn, dr., 1.. me division anil aiiot-i-- - 1 11 xunes ns reiurnmi 10 me nnd popular guest of honor was pre. sentod with 11 large number of hand- - About merit of the lands of B. Dunn. Sr.. set Methodist rlmr-- l. Court In Deed Book 40, page 500. new ground, forty-fiv- e The purpose of said ftomu and uieful gift. ale Is to sallsiy tne lien debt of $12,034.50 The many friends of Mnster Bob in ..M.t in crop. It has uul)ra JUr unumer year, with Interest nt six per cent per on IJeeil Hook .No. 1U, page 5nn. everhe is vry mipular with his con ert Lilian! Gulley, the oldest son of The purpose of said sale is to num from Jan. 2, 1021, until paid, t annual rests, due said J. M. Hiatt divide the net proceed arising fromlgregittion. Mr Jesse Gulley, were vory much springs, a lot of wood, also lot by said George Marsee, and the the sale mo 111: the nnrtiet ioint own. .. grieved to hear of hit accident which d w cost of this action amounting er as their interest may anoear. and Monday afternoon. He wu timber. or the stlmatl cost of th The home occurred to 1200.00. ' "Silver Ton." action amounting to $100.00. was very attractive with summer out driving when one of the bolts in TERMS. TEIt.MS: llownr and during the afternoon, the shaft to his buggy became loose, :- A nice two-stor- y, 7 The sale will be made on a credit a credit oul' cnu,i"K ni horse to be of tlx nnd twelve months, nnd the of The sale will be made on .1..I the I li. l i..i reiresnmenu or .Icon and I"'"' six and twelve month,. come irignieneu, una overturned tne room purchaser will be required to execute purchuser will be cistern door, all required to execute eala' Wl'r servtnl. About 30 guet l.tllnpfl mil bond with approved security, for " P" ...n WM., bond with approved security for the I were present and a neat .11., .."..I t.titrtrv. throu'inti ltf.hri the purchase price, payable to V. II. nurchaie price, imyable to W. H. I ttnk,w flntl brui;,in outbuildings, ten h." reullzinl. An cnjoynhle fraturc of b rea,k tobacco shop Brown, Matter Commissioner, due considerably. -i mil iiMi'rnnim u'i inn in Ix and twelve months respective- re..lln.". ,.iv Iled at Mr. I.oiran Ison' uate and Dr. m t cij j miuiiiik ly, with interest at six per cent per crib. ni... i in'erest ut six per cetr per un- "" irwer, 01 i,ieve. annum from data until paid, having witn fr 'n'"u'Jitly nd set num date until paid, h ving the Innd, Ohio, the of Mrs. J. . . w"" the force and clfect of a judgment, 11 mi! uruni'ii uuiies. nopeil mill known on of sale. upon which execution may issue, and . ! n un 111 t li mil auuii . ls.v.ki. . ....be l u lien will be retained upon the land i 11 11 .... ... c"a,neu very C01I1,mnU.,, by Garnet Curtis, who e- on 'the land intil the will retained privileges this fall. until the purchase money is paid. ... ...... " "u" y" ""I"-',- " hrul.es. V. II. Brown, Master Comm Vwili- - MS, IV1 iiuiiic St I , V Ulll H WICiV "IhUUlIl '' missioner Garrard Circuit " A wile man is expert In Judging :;CAh icellaneou. nhower, Court. In honor of Mrs. A. T. Scott, Jr. the mind of u woman, ctpeclully If U L. Walker, Attorney for Plff. for PIITs. Capt. Am Bourne, Auct. For the occasion, the home wus very I she "objects" to a kit. Copt A. n Bourne, Auct. chain K,Vl..'Tto n black I it r. 1 1.98 chains to n post cor.j - "".TTK S. walnut; thence -- r to post: thence S. 33 H. W. crossinc the middle of a pool 1.85 chains to n post; S. 15't, W. t.fll chains to a stone, S. 0, K. 1 1.75 chains to n stake on top of n ridge; thence S. 50, V. 8.01 chains to n stone with an ash pointer on the East side of n branch in Hamilton's line; thence with his line with n wire fence. X. 20', V. 3 chains to nn elm: S. II. Kstes' corner; with Kstes X. 51. W. 3.02 chnins to an elm. X. 20, V. 3.03 chnins to a chinqunpin oak. N. 0"i. W. 1 52 chains to the Vt. gate post of n irate on sanliilae - t7 l.u. ; Chains ...... . , , ,u xt the next "Sliver Ten." Miss Margaret Dean left Monday for Mrholasville, whore she will at tend school for another year. Mm. David Rankin, Jr., was host nt a very delightful dinner Sunday for a number of her relative Mrs. John Ilonin ami Mr. Terir Hagan, of SprlngtleUI, are isltlng Mr. and Mrs. M. O. Kennedy. Mr. nnd Mrs. M. O. Kennedy re turned home .Monday from a week's visit with relatives nt Springlleld. Jlr. nnd .Mrs. W. II. Swope and family wore the gursU of Mr. and Mrs. B. P. Swore, at Lancaster Sun. Tract Xo. : Korinning at a point in or near the middle of Pamf I.icki Cnok, corner to Ut X. 3 iSnf Prewitt) ; thence with iil lot S V. fi8 poles to a stake in 'mr '. Jones .SlwMon in a small dr:ti un t feet S. ef a marked white wlnut corner to md lot: thence with Simn 1 it's' son line. X. .18 4. W. '20 tmles to n Same aging. ., giving qualities Same "body1 Same Health Same old value .l ' Budwelser Everywhere Orchard -- e vv'W1 1 T 11 ',, - t i- '"t2: "" - Sir-- ft'' Farm and From Kentucky .. y liiOAllSSi ?d?SlTl t rl aJ UtM foVi fvit Pri 1 N " 1 ta'JL ,a. ,,.: 1 1 y tW' "rod. kl Sale of Land CXXll fSraMlKv rC.' "tT,lN SSftT' fjV'T t- Cb 9. ol A" 1 1 n it t- .n.i.i." .. Cu""a Jt ."nt ' . - ...r '1! 105 Acre Farm ffi" AT fr - -i n.. .""". "..., m ... tZu,,.l'.'-r,.. PUBLIC AUCTION Saturday, Sept. P.M. "'' I .. '- r 1 16th " I- bTlh?.SaTnds,ofrr,h.i1s ,)M-''v,,lt' & AT '' "H ... ,i ,.f,... .,.. farm located - eitl-mate- 11 "-- ''nt. twenty acres grass, remainder lasting best bidder this Lancaster road. acres three of Walnut IMPROVEMENTSresidence, at acre necessary barn, and w" 6ut nM r HobInJ;;t& . Terms made Seeding day .!-.- T. D. O'Hearn The Central Record. Lancaster, Ky.. Thursday Sept 14, 1922 '"FKiHTaCK $15. Prize For best Colt, foal 1922, by Black Pat, to be shown in LANCASTER, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 25th., 1922. School Tablets. A. II. Ilstlln A. Co, Mr Jas. Todd has purchaed a new Oldsmn Wylie was in Mrs Anna Diseases Play Havoc In Many Swine Herds 2 White Trucks Fifteen owners alone have invested more Paint I. rk Saturday. Itot Mr I.. II. Davis was In Cincinnati week on hwdHs . -- Pay JBper, of lied Houe, a"endlng whod at thbt place. pen. ling the Mr Mes Dikrin week-en- and Walker are in d Inncn)tcr Jno. t'oiaon and family left Sunday far Indiana, where they will It. (i. Wend U visiting I II uisville, thfa week ami attending '.. ne lair. M Annie White and Mr. Tommy Ko- wrre married in Lexington th re' le First Premium Second Premium Third Premium Haw your colt on public tuiunrc -- $7 .50 $4 .50 $3.00 by eleven pn o'clock. week. Mr Knm Dentherstge, of Richmond spent the week-enwith Mr. II. II Montgomery. Mr Carl Cardwell, of Plaltsburg V Y., is the guet of .Mr. and Mr, d J"hn Pennington. .Messrs. Jno. Pennington and W. Wwin are in Louisville this week at tending the fnir. Mr and Mr. Kellx York, of Itlch mond, were with Mr. ami Mrs. Kli Kstridge Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. N'.it Prultt nre In learning, Hloomington, 111., for a few days vi while in the halls of Back in School but the teacher cannot follow it with relative. That mean much to the chil- them after they leave its doors. Mr. ham Campbell underwent an operation in Lexington the past wee dren of this community. It Ours is the duty of sheltering doing nicely. menus a continuance of the and protecting them from the and is Mm. H .I- - Duncan ami Mr. J. II campaign of knowledge that is pitfalls of the street and the Klovd went to the Heron hospital to turn them out finished and open, from the snares which to Monday, for operation. useful citizen of our country. them appear to be but innocent Mr. Cannan Crowley, of K. K. S Hut our duty to them doe forms of pastime. guest of Mr. and V. wa the week-en- d nat end in returning them to The responsibility of the Mrs. T. J. Underwood their instructors. The latter teacher is heavy, but ours u Mr and Mrs. O. II. Peyton left Sunday fur Marion, Ind., for a few will govern and guide them t infinitely more so. v :it with her brother. j .. .Mr. ami Mrs. Ullte liomn were guests Sunday of his st.tvr, Mrs, ' Kn.xla Wylie at llryantsville. Mr Marion Kuykendall whs struck h "Old Henry" one day last week but wa not seriously injured. Loans. Mr. Jno. Penington and family Messrs. Wm. Davis and Noah lions- PER OF ley . were in Lexington Sunday, CENT. Mr. and Mrs. Oscnr Parks and son Harold, were guest of her .ister, see Mrs. IC. II. l.edfttrd the past week .Mr. David Todd left Sunday for G. B. SWINEBROAD, l.ouiville, where he will be one of Secy-Trea- s. the stock judges at the State Fair. Mr .Karl Goodman, of Irvine, has been with hi (Kirents, Dr. and Mrs, (i. C. Coodman, for a few day vi- winter before the seeds are frailcd It. Soybean out Is a first cla method of storing Mr and Mrs. W. O. Anderson and them since they are kept loose and Mrs. Ollle lloian Were guets Friday Corn dry If the beans are threshed Im of their sister. .Mrs. Sarah Ogg and Now that corn and soybeans arc mediately after being pulled, they Ogg. maturing In all parts of the state, are apt to be ruined if they become Mr. Mr. and Mrs. J. I). llurchell and many farmer who have the two damp afterwards or are damp when Mi Kmma llurchell were guest. of crop growing together are wonder- threshed. Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Hagan at Parks. ing how they can harvest enough bean I grower uually "Commercial .ee seed to plant soys in all their corn have one and a half tons of soybean villo Sunday. JUiige ami .Mrs. i roadway were next year. Pulling a half ton or straw from n crop that yield 'JO guest. of Mr. and .Mr, more beans and stalk., storing them bushels of semi an acre. Since this week-enIn the bam for a while and then later i the cae, a half ton of good dry Tho. Logsdon and Mr. and Mr, Trailing them out i perhap the best bean stalks ami pods can be expor- George Todd. method of solving this problem, ac- ted to yield live or six buhels of The Paint Lick Foot Hall boy are cording to Hal ph Kenney, soils and good, bright seed. The beans do not practicing, getting ready to beat ev crop specialist of the College of crack to a .oerious extent when (rail- erything around in foot ball a they Agriculture. ed and are not molested by rata and did in base ball. "A half ton of beans and utalk mice when stored in piles." Mrs. A. II. Kstridge ami son, A. II. ran be pulled with little dilTiculty and were in Georgetown Friday making To attract Instant attention these arrangements thrown into n wagon bed driven thru for A. II. to enter col- the corn Held. Leaving the stalks day., one should ride a horse, or bowl lege at that place. along in a buggy. and the benns In the barn until late Mrs. I'. M. H urges entertained few friend at a six o'clock dinner Saturday evening in honor of Mr. Purge.' birthday. Jewell Wallace left Monday for Danville, where he will enter college, Several from here attended the ball game at Danville last week, .Mrs. 0. I llnmmark was the guct of Mr. J no. Anderson, at Point I t.ivell the Hrt of the wek and at U n U d the . S. CoMventiuti at Fnir- - John. C. Gastineau Again Garrard National Farm Loan Assn INTEREST 5i Federal Farm RATE For information and Grower Infectious swine diseases, parsntos and varlou other troubles are mak increasingly dilTicult f r the j tn it Kentucky farmer to produce pork at a profit, acording to report be ng received by the veterinary depart merit nf the Kentucky Agrn tural Kapertment Station from all o.or the stnt Cholera, abortion, bowel trouble-- and intestinal parasites have been on the increase and given con 4derubU treublc during the last few month, the reports Indicate "Hog should be vaccinated wi'h both the serum and virus in alt cases where symptoms and lesions indicate may be cholera," that the Dr. W. W. Dlmock, head of the de portment said. 'In early stages, many diseased conditions of swtne show symptoms that are common to cholera. If the owner wall for $4,500 three or four days to make sure of the ymptoms, a number of pigs may 3j-to- n 4,200 become infected and ilie provided the 3,250 disease is cholera. F.ven though the disease i not cholera the cost of 2,490 vaccination I not lost for the owner V. O. II. Factory has an immune herd once he ha vaccinated. "Howe! troubles, which seem to bo on the increase, have been investi' gated at the station for the last three years with the result that cnns.der able progress has been made in con trolling them. These troubles nre mot prevalent among shoat. As soon a trouble from this source bo come. apparent, the animals should llAnitotisiiiKo. Kr be given a purgative and then moved TIOW 21 OF to clean sod pastures after the medi cine takes elfect. rienty of fresh, water, ground feed ami the UJe of' an intestinal antlsceptic have been found to bo helpful in controlling this Household Hints, Fanmaktrs Get 3ic a Day. trouble. "I was over ut the Iltlllncgutes, Spanish girls wtio mike the fnmnnt "Kxperiment are under way on a fans of Valencia aro paid nliout X Elmer, and you idiould see their homo. I really am ashamed of our furniture.' number of farm In the state to deter cents s day. Detroit yw. mine whether or not abortion in Spoiling the Fun. swine can be controlled by the use Pestilential Broom-Rapall rlstit fot A clcnrymati sjy It A number of sows in of vaccines. An ardi enemy of clover Is the young people to kls. Drat tlio man. dilTerent broom-rape- , herds that aborted this of which there are no He takes away half the fun of It. lllr spring have been vaccinated and fewer ttiun ne hundred and eighty mlnglium News. varieties. Their method of robbery Is to determine the value of this penetrate the ground with their I to George Herbert's Poetry. treatment. The vaccine is furnished I must confess, after all. that next rnnl Just n far n the roots of their free by the station. the Scrlpture-poeui-s there aru none I favorite host. On thee they fasten "The common round worm of hog. savory to me us Mr. George. Her- - themselves, and feas on tho sap seems to ue the most troublesome Herbert speaks to God like 'which the victim unwillingly miikes parasite, this worm being most mtious ben'. Itapo eed never die. It in pigs from four week. to live and whoso buslncw In the world Is muy lie dormant In the ground for months old. Oil of chenupodium, most with God; heart-worand jenrs; hut If It tluds Itself at Just make, up his book." the right depth below the surface, it which may be purchased at any drug lieaven-worwill waU tio time In zermlnatlii;. ltlchard llaxter, store, is said to give results equally a gooil as thoe obtained by the uc of higher priced drugs. Two cubic centimeters of the oil of chenopodium are given with about 30 cubic centi meters of castor oil to a pig weigh ing from 40 to 100 pounds. dl-no than $20,000,000 in White Trucks 5-t- on 2-t- on Harrodsburg Ice and Produce Company YEARS KNOWING 1 d k BE READY JANUARY 1st Eight Adair County Culls Lay Only Six Eif Durint Week d VJI'W j&l K J Mtsdame II. I.. Pmncis. II. II. Montgomery, II. J. Patrick. It. W. r str dge. It. J. Walker. II. (.. Wood id Miss Kthel Hot ridge were in nncastcr lat Tuesday P. M. for the tea, given by Mrs. lllanton and Mr. Ilruwn for Miss Charlie KImore. I IIKI: KAMI'l.KS AND KTYMi I IODIC OP MK.Vrt TAIMMl Whether you pay for purchases on the spot, or pay bills monthly, pny with n check on you bank. Uecnuso people who want lo "make n bluff" nilopl the prncticc of carrying n "roll," business men are never so cordial to n man with a "roll" as they are to a mnn who carries a bank balance and issues checks on it for cash purchases or in settling regular accounts. There is business prestige Jn a bank account that a roll of money, however large, can never attain. MAIli: CLOTHING. Seat on Ittqutst Wear Tailor Usda Clothts. Tbey cost no mors ttuin Mra1 iuiIi" n.l th nUddl.m&n'a prvflt Kt an KXTUA I'Alll OK I'ANTU mm; wjtu kvhuy suit. Have your mtsaur Ukstt. la your awn home, select your own styU mi. I let our iprtf, tailor your suit to suit you (let our MinpU book aiul its what oniIrrul vlun w atttr. Writ us a mrl today. You may forgtt It tomorrow. going My kidneys wero weak and unnatural most of the time, t wanted to pass (ho secretions ovary llttlo while, too. When I feel any of theso symptoms coming on I go to Bpoonamore's Drug Storo and get box of Doan'a Kidney Wis. Aftor using them a while my troubles become, COc, backache and tulns throueh mr bins and there waa one time when I was Painting Old Walls, Loss by Tomato Wilt. Old walls, especially of kitchens, Tomato wilt caues an annual loss have a thin lujor of greue and smoke or more than 11.1,0) tons In the midupon them that may nut bo perceptible dle, Atlantic, Gulf an J Low or Missisbut which wilt prevent paint from adsippi states. being hering properly, llefore they should be wahod thorFine Trees In Calaveras Qrove. oughly with soap and water, to which At the entrance to tho Calaveras It is never amiss to speak of the a little ammonia may be added, and (Cal.) grovo were, until 1010. two tine finally rinsed with water, Kxchunge. goo.l iiualitio. of your neighbor. trees culled the Sentinels. Oaly one I now standing, tho other having been He might return the compliment. Orchids In British Isles. blown down In the grout windstorm of GtuKgou, ii tl. 1Z, orchid In four 1019. South of tho Sentinels and to A pretty girl cannot put sense in jrli'ii, probably takes tho right of tho road on the hillside to the head of a fool, but she con of It puMi tho load uiihhih llriil-- lt municipalities. stand a tree out U feet In diameter, make a wise man act mighty silly. Kew gnnieim Im I.imi or more differwhich bus been named Old Dowd. In ent ortlililx li. iil'UHtl.Mi, but 10 or "JO honor of tho discoverer of tho grove, limes tlnit i' twr are represented In which discovery was made In ISS'J. MANY Life TiliS IN LANCASTER a dry state. .ro and clUMtltlod In Tho south grovo extend three and Similar Case Oeina Published tn I tho Kew her' in os and contains i;isO largo m Apart fiom pub- one-halic garden. 1,1 growing tho past tree. Any treo then' under IS fevt Each Issue. red the Kclul prtv- -' In circumference Is not considered a The followm : eao is but una ol has been t large tree. many occurring dally lu l.aucater. It lleso of the r an easy mutter lu verily It. You I cannot ask fur better proof. U C .Montgomery, farmer. Star Itouto, nay; '"Wo aro selJom without a box of Doan'a Kldnov l'llls bandy In tho home. I baro used this ENJOY IT IN AFTER LIFE remedy on several occasions when my kidneys were g vlng wo trouble Young mn who would enter the decline of life In comand It never failed to do me Rood. fortable circumstance should begin to save now. am a fimer and have conslderahla Tho approved modern methoj of saving Is a savings actxposuro and hard work to undergo count In tho home bank. ml this puts my kidney out of or Th bank invites young men nnd young women to Join I have suffered a lot from . lf . Kight hens culled from the Hock of 21 Khode Island Reds owned by Mi. Klla White, who lives near Co- lumbia, Adair county, because they showed characteristic nigns of being low producers that had stopped laying until spring produced a total of only six egg during the week after they were removed, according to a report which .he has Just made to the ex tension division of the Cot lee of Ac- ricutture on a culling demonstration held on her farm. During the week fore culling the 21 hens in her lock produced a total of 38 eggs while the 10 that were kept as lay. or produced a total of 3(1 eggs during the week after culling. loans. OUR RATE IS 5ij PER CENT. No red tape, just good old plain farm loans, like getting the money from your local bank, local and liberal valuations fixed. If you are now paying G per cent interest you are letting money get away from you that .should be saved. Just call me by phone or write to me at Paint Lick, Ky., oiHce, Peoples Bank, and I will do the rest I am now accepting applications for loans on farm land to be closed on or before January 1st., and you should now begin to arrange your payments as it requires some time to complete farm mortgage R. O. WOODS i SAVE MONEY WHEN YOUNG it ut its tant0t of my.ih depositors. One dollar opens a savings account, and any sum may be deposited thereafter, THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. S. C. DENNY, CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK. tOf-Ml- -Sl sr. Liranui,M1HR I'Imm Uonilon This nstxr WHt Co, Mfrs., Iluffalo. N. corrected." at all dealers. Cashier. Koster-Mllbur- a Capfhtl Y. $50,000. McROBERTS DRUG STORE Surplus $50,000. Honor Roll Bank 1 Fne Central Record. Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Sept 14, 1922 IUT New Crop Timothy Seed, ALL TESTED FOR HARVEST KING MARVELLOUS YELLOW FULTZ ALL-- HECLEANED Red Glover, Michigan Rosen Rye Home Rye and Seed Barley PURITY AND GERMINATION TELEPHONE HUDSON & FARNAU NO. 26 ATTEND THE BRYANTSV1LLE COMMUNITY FAIR SEPTEMBER 23rd. LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. The Central Record Issued Weekly. $1.50 a Year, Payable In Advance. J. E. ROBINSON, Editor. I ELKI.V. Local Editor and Mm It. Entered at the Post Office in Lan Mail caster, Ky., as Second-Clas- s Matter. THE AMERICAN PKES5 ASSOCIATION Laneuler, Ky., Sept 14. 1922 Ralr, For Political Announcement,. For For For For For For Precinct and City County Office. State and District Calls, per line Cards, per line nil publications in of individuals sion of individual lino Offices. $ 5.00 10.00 Offices. 15.00 the inter-es- t or expresviews, per .10 .10 Obituaries, per line - 10 .05 DEMOCRATIC TICKET FOR CONGRESS HON'. RALPH GILBERT Find a Better Way The settlement of the reat coal strike assures us that the people will not freeze this winter. For so much we are tlifinLrful Hut I ilnnit I tain any assurance that the same conditions will not prevail a year hence, with all of their attendant ills and inconveniences to the nation. A hotter way of settling labor difficulties should be found, and that agency should be the Inies of industry whose duty "THE LANCASTER ADDITIONAL PLRSONALS Mr Jehn I nderson rrturnrd congress an d the federal gov-'it would be to settle all such tu her home at Washington City ernment. Miss is justice to BAPTIST'.' relatives Virginia llourne week. mting Tuesday, after several week's vuit The laborer is forced to pay controversies with in Louisville this both sides, and at the same to her mother. Mrs. A rthn s Currey. the same high prices for everyTitle of Initial Publication of time regulate the prices of the Misses Laura Dunn and Helen thing he uses as are paid by Mits Vinttnia Dottey, af Ptesninp-kiriLocal Baptist Church in order to protect were visitors in DnavRe Tuns-daother people. He therefore is commodities and little Mias. Ijsciltw Than in consuming public from proThe September issue of the Lancasentitled to a wage that will en- the son. of SprtoiraVM, are guests of Mrs. fiteering. ter llaptist, a monthly publication Mr. J. E. Storwes ami Mr. Bradable him to live in reasonable devoted to the interests of the local ley Sprntt are ."pending the week- In Hurry Hudson sua Rev. linos rnv oa The brain of one man comfort, educate his children, Ms ale avenue. is has revolution- llaptist church .has reached our ilesk Louisville. and lay by a sufficiency for Judge Land inMm Kdna Galley, who has be est ized baseball, because that and is n very commendable sheet Mrs. Pattie Anderson, Mr. ami the time when his days of use deed. The personnel of the publicabrain is fair and just to all, and tion includes Eugene Cochran, edi Mrs. J. Raymond HaseWen have been spnmiing the summer wash I.aoos4eT fulness will be over, relatives, returned to Canada Tuesis no ap tor; Lillian Lstcs, social editor; recent visitors in Lexington. The employer is entitled to from its edicts there day to resume her work ia the school peal. And the baseball work Hugh Moberly, business manager and the same consideration, as he Mrs. J. C. IlemphiH, after n visit to fr the Deaf. has never been so free from William E. Rix, pastor. Mrs. Margaret Reblnsen, returned V. is required to live under the Every' member of the church should .Mr. and Mrs. tartan Stan it is today same high priced conditions. trouble as and doubtlcs will contribute to it day to her home In Louisville. Sotursiay even In i: with a six What Judge Landis can do circulation and derive much good He should be assured n fair f.,rl.. II......... II......... .1 . o'clock dlnoer in honor of Miss Munsie lr ...... Cfliir IIIUl,,), .. SUpo. to baseball other men of nbil from the splendid articles, which the who was leavtn for Oxford, profit on his investment. Lebanon, is her ity and fairness can do in the initial number offers. The subtcrip-tio- Mrs. Terrlll the guest ofMr. sister,' Ohio, to enter cation, e. An eWisanl The great army of consum and price is $1.00 per year. building ant four course menu w served and ers, who outnumber these ele- coal, railroad, The introductory issue says this in Miss Mamie Stapp and Miss Raby the affair proved a most slnrhtfni industries. other making its bow to the public: ments many times over, arc al Gatini.nu left Mand.iv Dtfunl The only things required arc "We appear upon the scene, not Ohio, where they will be far so entitled to consideration students at A very nleasnnt vstherintr of rhil- as a competitor of the local news- the Oxford University for the year. J but seldom receive it. They the authority and the men paper, which has its distinctive and 4ren and granorhil4ren was the are the goats in every strike The Governor We Need proper place in every progressive Miss Utxie Whcrritt, of New Or-- j dinner given Sln4ay at the that occurs, the victims who in community, but rather as an advo- leans, is the pleasant guest of her' home of Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Lay. (Interior Journal) nelce, Mrs. J. E. Stermus and Mr. ton. on the ItueVwyA pile the end pay the penalty with cate ami promoter of church activity The Kentucky needs jut now a Gov and church efficiency. Mormcs, on Richmond street. table was ninced on the mun and was out hope of redress. ernor with a backbone and determtn We a Wo hope that The ltupust may Miss Elisabeth Anderson left Mon- covered with a pretty cloth and had There should be no more oil purpose to put the state where serve as a means of communication day for Georgetown, where she will far its renter piece a bosket of fail strikes, but there should be she belongs, in the front of progres between the home church ami every llowers. The menu consisted of have charge of the some method of assuring labor sive American commonwealth. The member near and far. Live interest ment in a millinery trimming depart- chicken, ham, sandwiches, salad, store. party for in any undertaking can be sustained pickles, Jelly, sherbet. Ice cream and i square deal at the hands of nominee of the democratic governor in 1923 should be a man The many friends of Mr. George alt kind of home made rakes, which employing corporations, for in whom the people of the State have oly on the basis of up to date inforthe Palmer nre to know without some such protection confidence, tirst. He alto should be mation, and this holds true in church tinues very sorry at the St. he con- was furnished by the children. A boss t low Joseph thirty guests assembled business as in other matters. Every! the the laboring man would be n man who will use every power plac member should know what his church' Hospital, in Lexngton. The last re- festive occasion The to enjoy hosrrariuus crushed and ground to atoms. ed in his hand by the law and is doing or hopes lo do. When vie-- j port was that he cou' live but a fewi pitality of the children was thorough, ly appreciated b the '..v ng parents. Arbitration between labor constitution to enforce the laws of tories nre accomplished, he should be days. everywhere within her bor the and capital is hopeless. That ders.state should be a mnn whose able to rejoice that he has a part in He ms been proven in the past. view of the Inw will prevent his par that victory. When iMtflculties are, encountered every member should Neither side seems willing to doning "any guilty man." Nor will know and bear his share of the bur recede from its demands, or to such a governor as we have in mind den. To this end every accept a compromise, knowing "pardon nny man for political con branch of our siderations." f, church activity is urged te tell that any such arrangement Kentucky their work thru our column from The kind of governor simply means a short period of needs is n man who will give his month to month. Words of com ' renewed activity and then a word, and then keen it after elec mondutioH and constructive criticism tion, to du all in his power to reduce will be welcomed ami they return to the merry war. hu d Congress could authorize the expense of the slide government,- serve aa a mean of nrae and grow to eliminate every usulo office, n- in efficiency to all who are "exurc t and the president could ap- gnrdluM of precedent, to thereby." point commissions in the sever- - put the state institution in the A roll will nl Out-le- y, ;, y. - enter-tame- d ...l-.,- n I i snr-pris- e ( I I time-wor- n rr F1E 3EIE 0 3G 31 of capable and competent men and to realise his responsibility nil the people uf the State. hnnd ti SPECIAL PRICE ON Old Hickory ) Wagons ON ACCOUNT OF LARGE STOCK WE ARE OFFERING OLD HICKORY VAGONS AT A SPECIAL PRICE. SEE US BEFORE YOU BUY. The Interior Journal believes that just such a man a taut can He found in the person of the honorable Judge of the Circuit Court of thi district. IIn. Charles A. Hardin, and it in vite the consideration of all dent who want a better state of ocrut the wisdom of nominntintc Him for1 the highest office m the gift uf the people of the cuMMonwealUi. What Judge ilurdin (dodge himself to do before election he will do after election. If nominated he wilt net bring into the campaign any of the old factional warfare which has rent the party for the past four or live years. He has the confidence of nil the leadens of the party and, in the opinion of the Interior Journal, which long has been his friend and has admired his high character and official integrity, he can be elected over any candidate the republicans may name for the office. Let "Hardin and Harmony " be our watchword und we can "throw the rascal out" in 10li3. Notice. CONN BEOS. smI All persons having claims against II (i. KiHg. deceased, will please file same at mice, properly proven appear from i af honor time to time bearing the mtnte of i individual members and classes who have reached lave 1(M) per cent degree of efficiency. " Personal Mention" column will convey news of measlier in their relation to church work here or elsewhere, but society items of n general character must be omitted forlnck of space. We have a Axed policy to eschew politics, insofar as that Urm applies to individuals or tu parties, but we rotorve the rifht to expross ourselves any moral issue which may une in the community irrespective of partita or individuals concerned. We expect to observe the Injunc tion of scripture given in II Timothy, t.itt, "to avoid foolish and unlearned ijueatiuns, knowing that they do gender strife." While the Ilai4it Is published a the organ of the local church it will carry nothing in it ' columns that should prove objsetlonnbtc to any lover uf truth, regardless of denominational affiliation, und we therefore welcome to our family of readers, not only the Racist constituency, but all our friends ami fellow citizens who are interested In church cfficieii.j cy and vital godliness in this comI munity." Homes, stores, churches, factories all over the country-- arc being; heated more comfortably and ut less cost with thu Caloric pipcless furnace. The Caloric delivers practically I00re of the hcut from the fuel directly into your roomi, and at the same time withdraws the cool ntr from the building. This establishes a natural air circulation, with the result that the building is heated more uniformly and fuel consumption is cut to )rif There are now OVER in 135,000 CALORIC USERS every state in the Union, in Canada, Alaskn and many in this locality. lists a word of WBtninc. C.loric soccsss tut so that It Jiss sinusal opjiitlon fiom those who profit r.w.lutiwmrr fi.Kn mskini and s.Uuii? sjfst.ros. Ths iull is thst miny h..tlnt imlution pipsUss (urn.c.s tuv. b..n hi out xtdch srs Isllaits. Us not misled br lt)ss lllutv Most of Hum w.i. dirod to b Ulluirr-- nd have U.n msikid In vstn sttsmpts In discTsdit hs Csloitc ids. tii ts ispidjy-crowu- ir The C.loiic is a 100 succrss piov.a ao by lis iscoid thiHii;h y.sis ol m.llnc and by ths gusi.ni.s uf "satiifKtion or rnon.y r : 3 back" undti which sail lu O.t ths Knuins Caloric Wantlfiad tT (ha nsms on ths i.RiM.r and Uvd dwi. Sold to Oils locality ncluslv.ly by HaseldenBros rut citu uui THE NEW IMPROVED "Live and Let Live Folks." EU IE DC a cording to law, with thu undersigned executors or their attorneys, Robin The Christian Endeavor i .he son und Kautfmati. Christian Church will give un Ex W. T. King, Sr. V. T. King, Jr., Executors. change at Haieldin ' Store, Saturday. Exchange 1 CAf AT NF.W LOW PRICES liie The Central Record, Lancaster Ky. Thursday, Sept 14, 1922. Mr, Clayton Morrow, who has been visiting hia purrnts, Mr. and Mn. K. W. Morrow, has, returned to the University In Larrnbec, Wyoming. LAST N0TI6E W ' er. Mr. nml Mr. N. A. Ilnrth nnd sans, I...I..I ...111 ..- -. -.. (n n of ( hnr oslon, W. a., have returned F,ankfort f()r v(fU ,henp , ,u.ron nwmr nui'r a snort ns iu to spend the year. .Mr. Rlgsby ii a IlnrthS parents. Mr. ami Mr. N. Mill-1 student of Herra College, In his seni- Park of Rev. Otis Hughson, who per formal the ceremony. The witness es were .Mr. nml Mrs. Mack Morgan, of Frankfort. The bride and bride groom are (tapping nt the Phoenix Tti. I,- STETSON New Fall ' J - or year. MIsm-s Lexington Herald kele Q' THERE IS STILL SOME TAX PAYERS WHO HAVE NOT AS YET RETURNED THEIR ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEAR 1923. IF YOU ARE ONE OF THEM, PLEASE COME IN AND GIVE ME YOUR ASSESSMENT NOW. RESPECTFULLY, Charleston, S. C, wtwre they will have chairs to Latin and Mntthemn.! hne AIMe Dunn awl Kdna Her-- ; gam- - to Queen's College, In !iryant;vii ! r School Tablets. A. II. Rutin &. To. Mr. O. M. Mereland has beet. spetnlins; a few day at Oeorgetown. Hr. A. I'. Jones, of Wilmorr was the week-enguest of Dr. nnd d A. T. lira SCOTT Mr Mrs. Herbert BilIU and two hand-som- e sons, arrived from their home in Wilson, N. C, Inst Saturday anil will spend several week with Mrs. .Mrs. II. C. Itose. Mr. J. Hogan flalbird and Mis Kills' mother, Mrs. Arch Kavnnaugh. Mayme Lee llnllnrd were in Stanfor Mrs. K. L. Owsley will entertain Monday. 1$ this evening with a dinner nt Shak- Mrs. Sam Dentherage, of Kich ertown Inn, In honor of Mrs. Hnynes Jll mtind, is vWting her sister, Mrs. J and Mrs. Pnulooner. of HUttbnro, . W. Ohio. Mr. C. C. Ileekcr spent n few days Mr. ami Mrs. Victor lUce nnd this week in Louisville and attended daughter, Mary Xirey, Mr. ami Mrs. the State Fair. Osenr Italian! ami baby, Iluby Lloyd, Mrs. H. C. Itose entertained a num nil of Danville, were victors In Lanber of rtdntives Sunday at a very de- Stetson (oitn 'i T Look b j Ho-ant- Hats HAT service. caster Sunday. TAX COMMISSIONER. 8i Cook and Mi Itohtnon Nines, of Danvi!;, were visi "t Mrs K. L. Owsley Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. A. Hmvnrd Rkc, who have been vMtlng Immter relative", will malt a rWt in Danville and l.4uUvill,, before going to their home in IUrkerburir, W. Va. Gossip About People vvv Brill MiMUn el th Cml(l Cotnji by Thwt Vi Af Inttniitd A In. Misses Martha and Helen (Jill were in Danville Saturday. and Mm. Kuril have been cent visitors in Danville. Mr. re- Hmi. Clay KautTman w in Lus-vtl- l attending tie State Fair. Mr. fin)' tug H few day Davidson has been spent!, ill Louisville. Mr. Snm Cotton has returned from a visit to relatives in Danville. action of Danville, were visitors here .Miss I'ettus, ukn has been with Mrs. Mattte Duncan for several Mossra. W. It. Cook and Val Cook, montlM, has returned t Crab d. Mr. S. H. Cochran Was aeeeptod a in the Hank at HryaHtsvtllo. Tuos-da- y Master Cloy Shaskelferd and Mary Shackelford, who have been spending the summer with their grandmother, Mrs. Kmron KnulTman, have returned Mr. Anna Hubble and daughter, Ma'ie Mae, baee taken rooms at Ml to their home in IticHmoml. l.et Dunn's, far the school year. Mi Jane Doty. Miss Helen Cll, Mr. nml Mrs. Luther (iibb left SunMrs. Clay Sutton have Mr and day for a motor trip to .Martinsville,! from a visit to relatives in Ind.. where they will spend n week I'arksbunr. W. Va., ami Covington. at the Mnrtinsville Sanatorium. Xli. AHwrtn Anderson, of LexingMum Annie II. Hoyston, after ton, has been .pending a few days spending the summer with her mothwith her mother, Mrs. Tattle Ander- er. Mrs. James Hoyston, Hn returnN. ed to Chicago to resume her work as Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Hill left teacher :n Hyde I'ark High School day for Seymour. Ind.. far a visit to there. ft! ami Mrs. their son, Mr. Thoroo Uttle MIm Lucille (ill). on Moss Hill. gave a jmrty in honor of her fourth Mrs. J. C. Heblnsan left Tulay birtmlny on the 11th. Fifteen little for Lexington, where she will spend guests were present. lees and cakes were served and a mot enjoyable vverol weeks with Mrs. M. A. time was hail. tjf Ma lightful dinner. Mrs. J. II. McClbboney and chd dren, of Middleshore, are guests of Mrs. J. S. Skinner. Mrs. Ada Kinnnird, of Louisville, was the truest several days lat week of Mrs J. Hegan llnllnrd. Mrs. Anna Iloone Wylie, of Madi son, has returned home after a short visit with Mrs. Ithoda Wylie. Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Carter, of Iluekeye, were dinner guests of Mr and Mr. J. W. Culley, Sunday. Mr. ami Mrs. itobert Hutchinson ami children, of lloyle, were here Sunday, the guests of Mrs. M. O. Ken- nedy. Miss Amy Dawe will leave next week for Oeorgetown, wlwre she will attend Ceorgetown College for nn- - shape in at our windows today, you will see your A NEW FALL STETSON just received and put on display .Men are attracted to STETSON HATS by their KEEN STYLE and further won to positive economy ly their lonjr-Iastin- jr We have at your service a wonderful shipment of FALL STETSONS just arrive !. JAS. W. SMITH HOUSE OF QUALITY LANCASTER, KY. other year. 11 car Mrs. ThsNSNis, of Uttle Itock, Ark., Miss Belle Denny, of Stanford, bos Khs been vWtlng her son, Mr. Dave i oeen tne gueai hi ...r. Thamtt aH., Mnl. Thomas, in "Hill Court." Measr. Itaymornl and .Sam Hasel Mim Mathilda Woermau. of High' i .... i den were in Danville i,a""M ""ibind I'ark. Fort Mitchell, H visiting lnis4ne. Mr. and Mrs. N. Miller, on the Iticb PWior ar Uw ntond rwd. Mr. ami .Mrs. Itrswd parent of u eight pound Mater Cbns. Diiaringer, of Osr ly, lticb-mon- d. bom Friday. More left to outer I'urdtie Unlvrtity Mr. Henry II. Surnbuy Stanford to I sfMint the week-em- l tnttsiius. J. D. and AMri with his Manuel, en strict. fnyotte, Inslinmi. Mls Mary Mae Walker and Mr. Swinebroud, ultemled the ilaHre Mr. flayb. Doty ami Mr. Davbl Kduin I'. Lawglty have enter od Ilvren CnIWih fiven ky (!ov. and Mrs. Morrow, in Frankfort. for the year's tonn. (. W, C Dak .Mrs. to vwitittK his 4ukI-tr- , W. T. MftloNo, Ky., thss week. at Cawtp-Iwlbsvll- fe, Mr, ICIIihi Itetti has returned frosji a vMl to her daughter, Mr. Joaoo ArnoM, in Covington. Mrs. jant ltndnim ro turned Sat urday from a few day's visit to her slater. Mrs. James M. S4aughton ami Dr. StHUtsMton, in Covington. Mbx C nd) n Allen, who has been JtMtn In charming ipiost of Mbw MIm Jane Haselden Jlonduy Mount for two weeks, returned tu her for Lexington, where she will enter home at ItCmnxe Inst Monday. Hamilton College f. r this year. Mrs. Hayne. Mrs. Henry Faulco-ne- r Mrs. W. 0. Itigney and Mrs Wes-- ! and Master Nichols Faulconer, of Dickerson have returned from n Hi11stor'. tlhlo, are guests of Mrs. days visit in Cincinnati. W 11 Mason, on Stanford street lft er day Box Snnliiian Two imckHKcrt Cliuwtnj; Gum IliK Twkt Toliacco SfM'ii Pencil Tablets One round Good Collee One Pound Can Hakinu Powtler One I'otind Heal Ten . One set Cups ai,d Sauu'iH or Platen rrejth Fish, Per PotiMd ... Sets. 5cts. Loxington, rami', ' b'wc built at the Metbolit 4um Arnett. of ovor Sunday and were kuimU of Mr. w projerosotng ropblly and will b and Mr. U. I'. Ung onHlenmond tomBloled in a few days. The new street. A bountiful dinner was srv.; wall and ronerete walk will a.id grea' el and a moot enjoyable day waa ' ' the appearance of the i . j church. Tbo membors of the congn' ient b all Satin n nre gmitly indebted to Mr J U.v. K. H. Ilourland i attending L. WnUini, of Smith-Watk(c. (nunty Sunday bhul ConvontloHs'of Uxiaaton, who so graciousK nt W mi boater. Itiehmond and ML donated thto handsemo irift Mr He is speaking' Watklnn b widl known and remen; Wnioii this week. t r II W. Klliott. Stole Kvanaulist hr.i , ; f r the . who are unable to friends and aettuainlanros as theae CtmveiitioiHi. Mr. Hour-lan- d home of hia early munhtxMl. iittut will return in time to nil hia put. pit next Sunday morning. GUY. DbH-iplea: 1 Mater Hubert Lilian! Culley, who Mrs. J. 11. Adams, of Danville. .Mr. and Mrs. Joe Itandolph and was hurt !ast week in an accident, is Mr. and Mrs. Hobert Archer, of daughter, Miss Fny, left Tuesday for getting along nicely, and his many Newport, Ky., spent the past week their home in New Mexico, nfter a friends are hoping for n speedy six week's motor trip to Kentucky, with Mr. and Mrs. Frnnk Brown. years. Miss Mary Hrown, who is teach their first visit in twenty-on- e Dr. II. A. Dawes has returned from ing at Ilryantsville, spent the week Although contented nnd prosperous Waco, where he conducted a ten day's end with Mr. and Mrs. (leorge Hrown. in their .Mexico home, they say there revival. is no place like old Kentucky. Mrs. John Tnnkcrsley and four J- rd has been the Honn Mrs. Moreland and Miss Dawes, of children, of Irvine, arc visiting her Miss Lee Anna Osborn and Mr. Iirvnntaville. were hosts Thursday at KMvl oi relatives at .Mcnoiasvuie, parents, .Mr. and Mrs. John Kidd, this Armsted Bruner, of Jessamine, were days. a sewing party, complimenting Mrs. or a lw week. married Saturday, Sept. Oth., at J. I Ilutler and her guests, Mrs.! Mises Jessamine Hlami, of liar Mr. and, Mrs. Hoy I'rnther and Nicholaville. Mrs. Bruner formerly Chas. Itillman, of St. Louis. Dan-- 1 rodsburg, and Dorothy Fierce, of Cal. lettsburg, were the guests of Miss children were visitors recently of lived in this vicinity, and is an atville Messenger. Mr. and Mrs. James Kason, of Lan tractive and lovable young woninn, Amy Dawi'i. Friday. caster. and her friend hcre-wisfor her and Mise lleulnh and Ida Spuake en- -' Mrs. Itufus Moss and daughter. I XI 111 ii.rfcint-Mrs. James Hrutton, of Iincaster, Mr. Bruner, a happy and prosperous r.iiuv uinip .Mrs. Atwooti Dillion, omnia), of Crab Orchard and Messrs. !tocoe and Marshal nml .Mrs. Phil Mahan, of Louisville, life. KoMn.n, of Lexington and Miss LIda were here recently, the guests of were guests Friday evening of Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Alford I'oynter were Wylie and other friends. Mae Hay and brother, Mr. Abner Kay, Mrs. Ithoda niul .Mrs. William T. Sutton. hosts at nn elegant six o'clock dinMrs. K. II. Hallard was host at din of Mrs. Marcus White and baby, Hugh ner Inst Sunday in honor of their ner Friday in honor of Mr. and Mrs Mrs. Kliiabeth Cormin nnd son, Kdwin Davis, of Morganton, X. C. and little daughter, Sallle Lou, were neice, Miss Fiy Itandolph, of N. M. Kd Corman, of llarrodsburg, nre who have been visiting relatives in visitors Tuesday of Mr. and Mrs. Thoe present at this delightful affair Miley Koazley, of McCreary. were: Misses .Mary and Christine of Iincaster relatives. Mrs. Kentucky. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Tuttle who was seriously hurt in an and I'oynter, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Randolph, Mr. Bd. H. Kayo I in Louisville aplmobitttnerdent Sunday evening this week attending the State fair. Mrs. Shmm Tankersley, spent the Messrs. Randolph, Hobert ami James week-enwith Mr. nnd Mrs. John I'oynter is reported as doing as well as could He has charge of the poultry that m Osborn, of N'ichotasviile. be expected. being shown from the Dixie Poultry Saturday night The pie supper The Miwiwi Ynter had for their at the school housu was a decided wned by Mr. It. I'. Ilrown. .Mr lloystwn has taken week-enattractive visitor for the Mr. Cleo Ray was an ider.l success. rtMMMs at her douKht.;, Mrs. lid Cain-- ' Mr. ami Mrs. Allie Uikiiii, of Faint MWes Lucy Harris, of Stanford, Carauctioneer. Miss Flonuie Mae Lane vs. on Maple avenue. Her home Lkk, were here Sunday, the guests was bought by Mr. and Mrs. Dave of Mrs. Ithodu Wylie and Miss Kthel rie Sutton and tlrnoe Hendrix. rccei'ed the bo of candy for the Mr. and Mrs. Steve Sutton ThonuM, who have movtsl and pie bringing the most, which was there. Wylie, also Mr. nnd Mrs. Cieorite Little Alice Smith won the Tb Trendway 4ee they vaented bt Tmld, of I'aint Lick, were here children and Miss Kthel Hendrix, of, by Mr. and Mr. Tons llnl- - urday to see Miss Kthel Wylie, who Kast Garrard. Mr. and Mrs. Kd Baker) box of candy in the beauty conteat. lard. and family and Mr. J. H. Baker were About $88 was realised. continue ill. M r:. M, u,t are now feting distrtb-utw- l entertained Sunday at the home of Catfthnru Among Uhmmi who attend! the for Uh Community Fair which Mr. nml Mrs. Henry Yater. Mm, chnHle and Dallas. Mr. and funeral of Mrs. Manxnrvt Arnold mat will bo given nt th Ilryantsville Hwh The many friends of Mrs. C. It. Mrs. W. F. Hidner and two daugh- week were: Mr. and Mrs. Harold School, on Saturday, Sept. i:trd. llrnry will regret that she ami her ters, Mrs. Snllie h arris. MIm Cullie Ohlham. of Mr, and Mrs. Sweenl hundrml dollars in premium i.llii m i..ed i Kirks- - Higgens and Mr. Frank Kve, compos- I. N. Arnold, of SprtnglloW, Mr. and will be given for the bent exhibits Mlit Mrs. Henry splendid citi- - ed ait auto party from Grays, Ky., Mrs. Wnlhice Sea, uf 1! loom tl old and ll len, a good friend and neighbor, nml nnd were visitors from Thursday Uf!hU' A MatrKM,,y a succe Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Tom be greatly missed jii I'm neigh-t- d j meeting of the cnuirmen of all tlxMr Critt Turner aciom hoHiood and we rea!.zc that our loss. Turner !...,..,. ! ll,.,. I,.,..,., fnr ,. .. ....I'.. , L'.- -l ....II.,'- - ...... vuA,M dewrtmimUi, was held M Mr. and Mm. UetW. and at the school building .Hie Still ami DowUiy Hilly. uf Work on th new stwie wall wi.ic' NichoUsville, ami Mr. and Mm. Hay! .ir. , gist Coi-ma- d Jmt '. lat ii,i.,r ' sa ,,',m,' un-wi- fir duirlf.- - I nr Gasoline 25 BUY FROM US Same PRICE as DANVILLE and LEXINGTON We Have Forced The Price Down Show your appreciation by giving us your 5ct. 25cU. m -- 18ct. lOcts. SOcts. SaiideirisThe Red Front - $1.00 12 to I4ct. e Mm. K. L. Owsley received a Monday afternoon aintinff thnt in r cousin, Mrs. Nelson, wife of Major William Nelson, of U. S. A., dlod at her home in Chariottmvillo, Va., Monday, Sept. 10th., Mrs. Nelson will be rememburel here as pretty and attractive Amy Clilfton, who visited here so often as u girl. A mus-sag- School Tablets. A. II. Btlin 1 Co Mr. J. 1'. Foley apent Sunday a' HakU-with Mr. and Mrs. 1'hilbp patronage. Foley. Ida Hurt waa the week-uii-- i guest of her slater. Mra. Wm (iri-ei- i uml Mr. tireon. Miss Maltie Beuluh Cobb, of t i Lexington road, was the week-el- l XUhsI af Miss Fannie Murnla. Mr. and Mrs. Shearer, of Cump guesta of Noboii, wore the week-en- d Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Wbittaker. Mrs. James Yuntis and son, Her schcl, were recent guesta of Mr and Miati Crown Gasoline. Quality Guaranteed. Polorine Oil. First-Gla- ss Work Variety" Store LANCASTER, KY. large circle of relatives and frianda will be sndilonod by her going away. The marriage of Mr. Frank It.gn-b- y, of Crab Orchard, and Mis 51 try Cleo Morgan of Lancaster, took Saturday evening at u" o'clock in this city at the residence in Transyh lia n CONN & CONN LANCASTER, KY. The Central Record. Lancastei, Ky., Thursday, Sept 14 1922 III r.t.rr a ers. The Hack UreeK boys used two pitchers in n vnln attempt to win, School Tablets. A. H. Ratlin Co. but were never able to overcome the Mr. J. l Tudor Is building a large ' one score lead. Mnrttsbnry took in barn for Mr. Sam Davis the 4th. inning. The Basket Hall team met and re- organiied their teom with Mils Thel Lick Downs ma Tudor Manager. Manse KENTUCKY Important Factor (n Production Coal "HIIKD IN OLD KKNTLTKV' Paint Deeds of Carrl Nation Recalled Danville 7 to 4 Lick tinsel Ml team .'efented the Dan. v.lle club at the West Danville' groinds Lift week by a 7 to 4 score. The defensive work of the home boys which has been of the air tight variety in recent games, cracked last week and the wobbles permitted four of Paint Lick's runs. Ho Hohan worked fur Danville in the box while Lackey hurled for the A fair crowd turned out for enemy. the occosion and did Its best to put Paint Lick has one of Danville over. the best semi pro clubs In the state, having defeated the Hnrrodsburg rrnek organization in three games Pa)ng nn uphill game the Paint 77iey are GOOD! 4f$ IU Back Creek Marks-bur- y i Th Hase Hall team are working on their diamond and will soon be reaiy tu play the other schools. Yr. Hon Dunn is u regular week end visitor nt Mnnie since ichool opened, and make frequent calls on Hcv. Hantscy- Public School music Is being regu larly tnuirht in the Manse School by Mrs. J. C. Tudor. Piano music will also be taught to pupils paying extra charges. Marksbury Trims On Sunday, Sept. 3rd., (he baseball team defeated the Hack Creek Nine, on the latter' grounds, in one of the hottest contested games of the season, the score being 3 to 2, Daily, the in favor of the visitors. Star Pitcher for Marksbury wa at his best, allowing only 5 hits, which were well taken cart' of by the field Miss Minnie Nelson ltamey left this week for Chattanooga, Tenn. where she will enter High School She will be greatly mKed by her many friends at Mnnse. Mrs. Slavin, who has been at Manse for some time, left for Richmond this venr. Lebanon and other fast this week, where she recently bought stepping clubs. a new home. Richmond may well be got away to a two ru proud to have a citizen like Mrs. Danville lead at the start and seemed to Slavin. on tts way to another win when th Misses Blanche Howling, Nina Ks- error malady caught the locals and tridge, l.ula Spilman, Vernelle Cooch Paint Lick sent over seven tallies. and Mcrs. Herbert and William Danville Messenger, Tudor entered the Junior department of High School at Paint Lick. Sept. 4 th. MONEY toELOAN If you want to buy a homeyou can borrow the money andjpay it back on the installment plan. Make application to the Secretary now Misses Delera and Martha Nnpler who have been visiting Mrs. C. H. I.edfoH this summer, have returned to Asheville, N. C, where they will school. Miss Kloise l.cdfurd will join them this week and also en- ter school. Lancaster Building & Loan Ass'n J. . Robinson, President. Miss Sue Shelby Mhcd, Secly-Trca- Open The Iron Doors The press and the consumers of this country should unite in n determined and relentless effort to prevent profiteering in coal prices this winter if we get any coal at all. Henry Ford has taken the lead in this movement and has been promptly supported by the city of Detroit. The coal It is Possible profiteer will find little com-foFat people are dissatisfied there. He may even find with their lot, and skinny ones ji few prison bars. Hut Detroit holds only a tiny are equally so, while the be proposition of the' coal con- twixts and betweens long to be sumers of the United States. something else. Some day the Though they lose in Detroit, ai Creator may be able to please few dollars n ton tacked onto people in the way He makes the price of coal throughout them and perhaps not the country will filch hundreds Of course honesty is the best policy of millions of dollars from the hen it wins. pockets of the consumers and i A transfer them to the swollen dyingsecret something you are Just to tell. bank accounts of the profiteers. Vaps never make rinle. They It is folly to apply persuasive methods in attempting to pre- only cause them. vent profiteering. A profiteer The fellow who gets what he want has no conscience, at best. is seldom satisfied. It just as Prison cells are the only he wants It. rt things that cause terror to them the only curb that wil have any lasting effect. upen the iron doors ant ahove'em in! If the legal arms of the government and states fail to pro secute these "birds," then there is a drastic law that applies to dereliction of duty. The parents and teacher of Mune school met last KrMay and reorgan- lied, with Mrs. Walter Norman, President; Miss Kay Ward, Secre tary and .Mrs. Hurdott Hamsoy Treasurer They are planning to make quite an improvement on the school grounds this year The next meet- ng w.II on Thursday night, Sept. 21st., nt which time n temperance program will be given by Mnnse 1 On Saturday night before school opened the Parent Teacher's Associ ation met at the school building and had a very interesting meeting, laying plans for the coming year. An ice cream supper was given by the association for the benefit of the school and nearly all the parents attended and showed great interest by helping in every way to make the association tast Sunday's Courier Journal car ried another of Win. S. Kaltenback er's interesting articles; nil of Ins Huy a Dixie Hred Ham to head your liord. writings are always pleasant to read ami well worthy of reproduction. Don't take chances jrut a Dixie Guarantee We quote in part some of the history with each Ham. mentioned last Sunday in which he says: Only a few left. Three Yearling Domett Hams; :i Early Spring Domett Itnnw; - F.arly Spring "About twenty years ago a railroad was promoted between Shelbyville Southdown rams and a few Domett ewe lambs ready to .ihip. ami Carrollton under the name of the Shelbyville and Ohio River Hall way, but only about a hundred yards of the line between Kminence ami SANDERS BROS. & J. M. AMON, PROP. New Castle wa actually constructed LANCASTER, KY. before the enterprise became Involv ed in financial trouble and went into the hand of n receiver. W. P. Thorne. one of the State's noted wit and raconteurs, was ap- was never morp cons, ierately treated Mr and Mrs. John Itlgsby are the pointed receiver of the "Sorry" line than by Louisville n oonkeepers ami proud parents of a baby giri, Ixint as it had come to be known after be- some of them were won to invite her Sept 4th ing beset by financial dllficulties. to call around and -- e them when she Mr anl Mrs. OHie Carpenter, of Receiver Thorne In a spirit of fun had came to Louisville " Hickman, timted her mother, Mrs. ornate annual (Kisses printed which Sunday. Sam Carpenter he sent to other rnilnmd executives PRCACIIERSVILLi: (Delayed I with a request for an exchange uf Mr. and Mr. (ren Sutton and courtesies with which the most of family wns the truest of Mr. ami Mrs. Mrs. Tom Howard and family last Conrge Jhiltsm lat Sumiay. them compiled few of them having any idea of the ' horry line other Sunday. ami Mr. and Mrs. Ilryun SuUm than that conveyed by the lithographMr. Fd Steves is lome better at family viaited her father, Mr. John ed annual pa. this writing. It i related tKnt the Inte Milton II. j Mia Joie Smith as vntsretl shnd HeatJey. in limmster lost Sunday. Smith, president of the l Ji N. ss- - at W illlamsburg. Mr. Jots ThompssM ami daughter, tern, knowing Mr. Thorne and sus Mr and Mrs. Howard Holttclaw Mrs. Cam LeavelL raited en Mrs. pecting a joke, wrote to the receiver Hryan Sulton last Friday afternoon. inquiring the length, of the "Sorry" vtated heme folk Sunday Rev. Hrock, of Lexington, holdrailroad. Shirley Kstes and Mr and Mr Not to We euttiooe Receiver Thorne ing a revitnl meeting a! this place family an.l Mum ( ra Stevens, of Mr and Mr ( f the Mt l.anta-ii- r promptly replied. were guests of Mr and : "My rid nay net be as long a Hebron ei'ion. irr sister J.Mrs. Kl Vmfli Stir. lay the I.. .V N.. kit it I just a wide." The explanation seemed to satisf) N an President Smith for an I., nual wns promptly forthcoming. NICE CITY RESIOENCE FOR SALE Kentucky Kurt Factor I wish tj .sell privately, m resuhiKe on DanThe coal strike has served to stre ville Aeiide, just oiitaide the I it Limits in Lancasthe importance of Kentucky ns a facter. tor in the nation's fuel production. Modernly equippeil with CITY WATER AND Although development may be said to LIGHTS. HOUSE OF EIGHT ROOMS. WITH have but fairly begun, the State is. BATH, ALL IN GOOD REPAIR. TWO ACRES OF one of tnc largest in the bituminous GOOD LAND, ORCHARD, GOOD BARN AND field and hte fourth in coal produc DORSETTS and SOUTHDOWN Dixie Stock Farms. lt di-er ! j Hon. and High school opened Sept. Ith., with an enroll ment exceeding the census. Mrs. J C. Tudor, the principal, is very much delighted to have her same efficient teachers return ami take up their luties. Miss Kay Ward, the aist- ant principal, spent the summer in Asheville, N. C, and Tennessee, visi ting relatives and friend. Mis Callie Held attended school at Howl, ing Green and visited in Tennessee, a .success. Manse Craded MARKSBURY School Tabled. A. II. Dastin & Co, Courtney Roberts bought a sow and live pig for $18.00. Mr. Sam Speake sold a lot of heif ers for Onsets, per pound. M. Smith Shears it confined to his room with large boil on his foot. Mrs. Lewis Thoinpon left Friday to visit relatives in (leorgetown and Frankfort. Mrs. Courtney Roberts, who has been outlined tt her bod since Wed nesday, U much improved at this writing. We are glad to note the Improve ment of the esHMHiioM mi Mr. Jm. Sutton, who km boon eonflmxl tu tit room for several weeks. Mr. and Mr. Jim Turner and Mb Delia Mae TurtHtr. motor! to Storing Saturday and fur the guests of Mr. Can. Durham ami fwinils. senior in Ite. Ho Si Ding, (ieorjertown will proach lie:,.' dy wr f WE HAVE A FEW Weber Wagons on hand which we are closing out at $35.00 less than factory prices today. If you need a wagon, now Is your chance. 1 I n .1 Becker & Ballard BKVANTSVILLE, KENTUCKY. morning aad evening at the church next Sunday. Kvurybody invited. Fisher Hughe wold twu heifer to Mr. CenUr at Sets. Hlntik U'm. sold to sumo party rattle at reHUs; Green fries one bull to Mr. fjj Rankin for ?i els per pound. The I.udi' Working Society gave .upper oh th spneiou lawn of Mrs. A. J. I! Ice last Thursday ev- ing. A fairly hosxI crowd win pro. nt and n neat little sum was realiz- I The evoninK wan a perfect one for the event and a nice social time was enjoyed. Man and beast enjoyed the rum which fell the first of the week, breaking it drouth of many weeks. Things were getting In a precarious condition vegetables had bout dried up, stock water was low and drinking water in many homes was almost held at a premium. -- Coll, Just a century ago, in IK 2- -', thirl rst coal was shipped from a Ken tucky mine, a Muhlenburg county pit being the scene of the first commercial coal production. The output wa les than 100 ton for the first year ami frum that time on the produc tion steadily has increased until last year the coal output of Kentucky mines approximated 10,000,000 ton. With the strides in coal production it seem t be only a matter of time until Kentucky goes over the top with an annual output of 100,000,000 tons of black diamonds. While the coal mines of Western Kentucky have been gradually developed since the discovery of the fuel in that section, the development of the Katern Kentucky field ha been of more recent orglli. To the late John C. 0. Mayo is due the main credit for the development of the eaitern Held. Mr. Mayo saw the possibilities of coal in Kastern ami it was largely to hi effort that Kastern capiat was persu aded to finance the initial develop ment of the then haaardous and prac tically untouched prospect. Mr. Mayo dim! in the prime of life but not before he saw hi foresight vindicates! and real development begun in hi section f a opurnliaH practically inexhaustible deost of the ot roal to be found on the American continent. He died with holding that soon wsHild have made mm Ms rich a Croe. Carrie Nation a Krnluckian A montr other Kenturk furniobed a pioneer and Jealous workcrusade, in the er in the per of Mrs. Carrie Nation, who wa a native of Garrurd county, but wa a rooident of Knmut when she kloMomed out into a saloon smasher ami wrought much novo with her trusty hatchet. Mr. Nation's crusade earried her all vor the country and her quewt of ha rr on his to demolish ssmtetimo brought her to Kentucky. It w on one or her trip to Kentucky that Mr. Nation wo rougfcly handled by a iilMHkoBr in a small town after his pkice bore the murk of the hatehut. His treatment of Mr. Nu- tfon aroused a storm of indignation i against the saloonkeeper and accelerated the "dry" movement in Hnli-anlsm- n OTHER OUT BUILDINGS. Terms reasonable; possession January 1st, ID'i.'l. Those desiring to look oer property may call me over Paint Lick phone U-- , CLARENCE GREEN. LOYD ll)elaell Watts, of Jessamine and Mr and Mm 1. L. Matthews at a bountiful dinner Sunday Master J. K. Hay spent Sautrday with Mrs. Squire T. Whlttaker. Mrs. Walker Hurdette entertained Roll of Honor for Month of Jul, her fitter ami husband, of Paint Lick, a few days last week. lla of rotmg as dilTteuR as final Mr. and Mrs. Squire T. Whittaker examination for promotion, but spent the day Sunday with Mr. and plying only to hard work covered In Mr. Preston Snyder the month. Misses Alice and Lydia Mae Hay Crade II Megan Painter, 80; John were afternoon guests of Mrs. Squire Pointer, 80. (Srade IV. Houroe, T. Whittaker Thursday. 7fi; Ijllie Limb. 7f,; Allle Marsec, 81; Mr and Mr. Wm. S. Hay and tirades VI and VII -Hourne. daughter .spent Sunday night with 78; Fannie Hourne. 70; (Irade VIII. Mr and Mrs. S. N. Sander. Klvarre Speake. 70 and Nannie ArMr and Mrs. Kirby Teater enter-ta.ne- nold. 87 Mr. and Mrs Mai Carter and We are not carry, ng grade 3, I daughter ami sons. Mr and Mrs. and 7 The best rale m;nle iu Lrmi Luther Haney, Miss Kveree Carter. (Primer! wa 00, by ItuU Marst I ' .... . II Mis Sarah Tanker ui iii an.i in me om grade. 02 Uy NaHnse Mr Jennie Walker and Mi K W Reeves, Teacher. t'nrne Lamb Herring School a. Ja. d 11 e. m-- i Open the Door to Success BY OPENING A SAVINGS ACCOUNT WITH US. Zm MM'y1' Whenever Mr. Nation came to Louisville, she wa. followed from one saloon to another by a large crowd eager to see the Kansas rum smasher In action, but Mrs. Nation seemed to get along swimmingly with Louisville cafe proprietor for her activities here were confined to exhorting the, hangers-on- , distributing leaflet and knocking cigarette out of the Success tu all of your efforts- - If mouths of youths. they are worth It. Mrs. Nation used to way that she PER CENT PAID ON TIME AND SAVINGS DEPOSITS. 1 The Garrard Bank & Trust Go WE SELL TRAVELLERS CHEQUES PAYABLE IN ALL PARTS OF THE WORLD. I mm Phone 234 HMNIMtMHINHtHMHtMHI will make only one round Lip to uitil rontl is complt'trtl A. M LEAVES LANCASTER LEAVES LEXINGTON 5:30 P. M. Hum 7:-J0 The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday Sept 14, 1922 We are here to give you service at night as well as DAY. We sell the best Gasoline and Motor Oils made-BLCJ- E GRASS. We sell the best Tires and Tubes GOCDYEAR. We have the best repair shop to look after YOUR NEEDS. ARE VOU GETTING THE SERVICE WE OFFER YOU? KINNAIRD hild-birt- h BROS. ' Lancaster, Ky Heasian Fly Damage Not Certain as Yet . .,, . (liiii l.ci iK'tott K le uio. I tr. "rt Hoi.ti Sr . I'rrn " .i. , . ti ' n. I" ( 11 i..'.. REO PHONE BUS LINES COMPANY (Imorpor.iUri) 758-- Y ttt'--' ium " Ufa. K4 Ie.iin k, 1.1prutM.'!.. r tul- -. !'. ...! ha rnrt - ri !'' r I at.n 41 LEXINGTON, E. R. WEBB, Manned-. KY. i WU kf llww i. rf iwaImm. a, t drvr tU rwfwkT . ai Math.f a rtl.n4 ". tr i..'- ... ' ULr ' " i the T ie exact extent to which il.ilnat.-- i Hi'M.an fly probably will win-j.sown in Kentucky this fall can. r.'it be determinde until the sea. n is more advanced and the prcsenti 'he Hie are oWrved on u.unvr ' ( wheat in ibiferent .ection t Goodbye Boils! iCJaaW. fr V S. S. S. Will Rid You of noil., Pimpl.s, Dlacklicadt and Skin Eruption.. S? fr frm ..Lrftn' 4f i .i r. . ju.tm.,.1 iUjt. taiv M. S. Youngsters l.rani Point. ( . "It Unu. 4rug am! . I Mia. K I. K.rrrr nwHnl m. iKimk Ga. ISM. f IK t . i , a f, is it nc to-- n I HATFIELD DENTIST of llrrl Cottlr Huiinrt. aur...l McROBERTS "Hatters menu It kU at At- U DRUG STORE Kentucky farm b art members i.f junior agncul ORIc. osr Ths Garrard Dank. i'uh in eight rtitrrrnt eoun- Rs.ldsncs 370. rboasa Offlcs S. f th i tat ar iK'ttinir a -KENTUCKY LANCASTER, t. uf the rattl kuninuwi in ..tincHiun with tkm uark tkey arc ! ilmnaT thii MMMnr U itv,lp tkr I HI ' . imI kf f ralvn wMWi thrjr sill u r m tht rlafc rlaMH at Un tlrt .annual fat and fHllK cattt Jhi' an.) wilr to tar hrld at tki- - llourbtin DIRECTOR .. .'Ofl . a-, jopud Oeed Certification GETS UNDER WAY Forty IN kf rtl n-- STATE farmers Jelferon county J. ft.Beazlev who are member of Uie certllletl eel Httato t;r8wer' aocintin recently orpanixiil in that county have made a KimxI start with their pkini to prognr-deni- hllNERAL (Mire Oirr Nat.onnl Hank. Residence I'luwie 3. Olllce I'lmre 27 LANCASTER. KY Dr. Printus Call. Walker 01 VETERINARIAN. Aniw.ml ' M I r'rnmplly Oaf I. u- - 317 Green Clay Walker Law And Real Estate Money to loan on farms. List your frirm for a!c privately or nt Auction. Office over J. W. Smith's Store. DR. J. J. BYRNE 1 - OlvrMI2TIIS'r limited Pr.ic'.ce atMaaaV agnosing and c! r.srrctmg defect! Kycil,:ht by of lilting the proper glasses. DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. f Opposite Gilclier Hotel. Offlcs Huura H lo 12 and 1 to 5 p.m. The lasy man n.akca many Nobody that are unnecessary. anything from him. To cxue hnm U ttM lNirturv hMty KUMt. ask hiM t ymr 1nmriW of an for a vlwrtty. Ukuaat UV Don't fvna wkiiN IHWS4 tHr hoMUnr. IImI Mt Um It. 1h a mt ruM rM and uItfMtHtttMtr Ymi Uftrkitd hard uW tiny a ltd pay, kut mm- - ytHi a smkII fur dtdiii; HlkiH. May rickf af wl t Iky ytMiik." w(vW UtU fr-tu- t vumv to a part uf them you- -- if W. O'KICNKY W. 0. KIGNEV Ollice Plioue 1H. Funeral Directors and Embalmcrs Lancaster, Kentucky. duce "pedigreed" potato eil, accord-ini- : to J. S. (iMrdner. vegetable Stock Yard. I.oukvlll', Nov. "JSrU. extention sjiecMlist of the and 2 Ith. arrordinj: t M ..S. Carbide, College of Agriculture, who recently aauatant aUtr Wader ef junior completed the tlrst inspection of their uf rlub work at hv Collt-t;,- plots for the present eiivm. Anoththit.tr-- , tUiiT AmoaaK Atrr culturr er inspection uf the plants in the field 'houm.ntrM nt Uaarnlfli; huw to will be held later in the aeiinon while caltU- - for tkw urentcr prof. ft i b.-- f the tubers nUo will Ih inspected in till- I hnw to ahW- - tbMM t mm. the tain before the atock ran be comani livt.tk pletely rorlitieil and pronouncixl tit .tUantair at fair h- - aaulfor sale as such. The 10 farmers Th- - frrdtnc of th aaim.iU far are the growers of ISO acres of poHow ii now in nn ndnnc-- i tkjit many tatoes which will be certified this ! 'I with the yenr and which are the first to be ar- - lataouiHi; protfmct f Ihr grown under a aimtlar plan In the axiUUnillai; individual uf being state. iual in iUillty and HnUh to thii-.l.'V- i The iMpeetion. which win held for . 'iard by adult brt'fttor ami the chief purpose of detecting some Many uf lb young benf r revealof the more serious t (vlttoK in akiil'r far the ed the fact Uaat tH' JetTeren county l.ouiaviltr aKow by entering thf ir stock e a percentage of . owunty and in tb Nimtru less than the minimum allowWin hW ovor th ed iKtritt fair fur rertiflcd potato Mock, MoMk, trnmn. ut- dunnir th leaf roll, blight and black scruf were Th-in tawir nn.atMK't for looked fur in the the chief 4ummi work ar aunim.-r!xf ntiMHtly inspection. t of in hnirht jut at t Dnspite the fact that the Ji'llenion that babj- bovt art UprHHK county potatoM kH oil" to a bite start - in In In utty f mUt i vrrythiHi,because of weather conditions, recent .. . it cri on iim vanw uvoMMck miir- - rains iswvv iwiwhiwi i .1... vtvy nunr .ii... iar ....... krl. drrnbly and indications are that the Work of tkkiMiW tkn uainaals Mitifnctory growers will obtain ha rvafkml th notnt whuro tk- yields. All growers concerne,! are from will b kM otl full about the prospects now until tb timr of tb kw and ethuistic crop and the future for ofi this year's puhrl for ik irrNitt possible their newly formed nMerktion, Mr A mutarr cMHfoHl uf four icain. Cardner reporttxl. uarU of ground torn, throe Harts uf Since Uh- - formation ef the Jelft-ground onto ar barley and oat' and ' son county n.ociaUon, the produt Harta of oil meal by wwisthi sewl potntocts lus, the boat tion of rertifted i beinsT recuMHMiHdd : a rou'd cwMsidornble Interest aitiong feni for animals frow now until thv farmer in other sections of the state ow. Thit mixture has ativen excelOrganisation of n second iHsociutioii lent result in finish.; rattle oh the been eaMnplettnl in Shelby & animal, akoukl be ha. just farm. The roll county, the formers being charter allow od to eat all the grain mixture member ef it. C. V. Ontario lias that they ran clean up together with been named serelary of the new as tlicv all the rttugti fewl which they will eat. Warren county claim 10 uf ike were bicycle CertaMod potato aeed should ion Tixid wihIj' tmt)e you bwf rattlwtM-n- . to grow in favor with Kcntutky SI, Union eoouity 191. 'rriml4 eou afarmers in view of the fart that the lly IS, IJneolii ewinty UU. HuyK- - eoua-t- y ue uf it has produced marked in- tt, 'nkiiUn county 1 uml tsfeuiHM in yield over those obtain-.THOS. PIERATT Marin eounty IV. from ordinary seed stock, Mr. (iaril People who have money to Ihhh Her said. seldom curry matches CARTERSVII.LE llerea visited Mr. and Mrs. John Clark Sunday. School Tablrlt. A. II. liailin &. Co About 30 from this place attended Mts.'.SuH- - Conn U suffering with prtsaching at Wilmotiw Chapel Sun-- , W. B. UICKKRSON a felon. day ami had dinner on the ground The revival at CpHr Creek is pro. Mrs. Pearl Davte ami children visi-- , greasing nicely. toil hor sister, Mrs. Oeorge Duns Mrs. Addle Davis Is visiting her near Proachersvilru the latter part of mother, Mrs, It. C. Ilulun. the week. Revival service began at the ChrisMrs. Turner Sparks and children tian church Sunday night. and Mrs. McMn Stonnotte and chil Several front this place ure losing dron visited Mr. ami Mrs, Hump Mc their calves with the black leg. Rcittfiitc I'lione U.S. Querry Sunday. Misses Klsle Clark and Daisy Sow-dcwere guests of Miss Korain Davis Concealing your shortcoming, on!) Sunday, serves to make them more spicy when Mr. and Mrs, Dudley Green, of they are round out, il nun-rulturfly-fre- lit .h, rult fi'i-d-- n diao, di-is- - rtut r . fH-i- 1i-- tin-fai- j j ( aai-nia- fd children spent Saturday night ami Sunday with Mrs. C. M. Moberley. (Delayed) Mr. and Mrs. Tom Hicks and Httle Miss Ora I'rather spont the week- daughter. spent Saturday night and Sunday with Mr. anil Mrs. Jaaua I. end In Lancaster. Misses Agnes and Hallle Kay left Sanders. Miss Ida Speake, uf Marksbury, for Paris, Ky., Saturday. Miss I.illa llurke is visiting Mrs. spent last week with Mrs. 1. 11. Dun-ra- n and attended the meeting at John Hamm, at Mt. Hebron. guest of Scotts Fork. Miss Ida Speake was the 'Mrs. Alves Turner and children, Miss Olivia Preston Wednesday. have returned to their home in Miss Hall opened achool at PleasInd., after a visit with ant Hill Monday with very good atrelatives here. tendance . Mr. and Mrs. John Wheeler have Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Hay arc the proud parents of a baby boy, born returned to Paint I.ick, after spcjid-- 1 with Mr. and Mrs. ing the week-enAug. L"Jth. ' Mrs. Mary A. Sanders spent a part Walker llurdette. of last week with Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Mr. and .Mrs. Walker llurdette hud I. Sanders. us their dinner guests Sunday, Miss Mr. and Mrs. T. Whittakcr were l.auru Whitaker and Messrs. Oritur visiturs of Mr. and Mm. Preston Sny- and Tom Ilarnes. der Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. 1. II. Duncan enterlev. and Mrs. Dogan spent n por- tained Mr. and Mrs. Klijnli McMll-lia- n n tion of last week with Mr. and Mrs. and son and Itcv. and Mrs. Junius Sunders. ami Mts Ida Speake at a sumpMr. and Mrs. ltuford Smith spent tuous dinner Sunday. Sunday with the bitter's parents, Mr. Facts About Uees. and Mrs. John Hay. A llelglun sclentlat found that a tie, Kev. D. I). Duguu closed a success- uolpht for w Is thirty times us ful meeting at Scott's Pork Sunday strong as a horse. The female lice bus night, with one addition. Mckct. When she I set of wntktroat Mr. II. A .Wjiie, of Versailles, t Is elipiged In uiuklliu the cells of the sehoneycomb, M eel Ite.ls, the use visiting i. i.iughtcr, Mrs. It. II. creted In tiny Hakes of wax are ' little Muclie. from if fertilisers and seed that is known Pre.-t"Mr Preston. .I'm which they lire removed by her with to be strong and hardy all help to Mr a" i lr Johnson Speaku and her Jjtt, ns tieeile,!. mane wheat better able to withstand the attacks of the insect, crops .pc aliats of the station say POOR RIDGE d I)u-gaelk-li- t. ttii-M.ii tali', according to Harrison d.ir :ih cr. ir.t.'rtiolorist at the KentucK lUv. cultural Kxpenment Station ier. farmer are Wing Tta I t sow their grain after " and to take other precaution .u way of seed be.l-- - ' use of fertilisers ami good set 4 n order to reduce the annual dumagt cauaed by wheat's insect et The fact that few reports have been received on damage done by the ll) during the past year is no indication that the state's wheat crop will be free from the ravages of the insect this year, he pointed out. "The condition of Kentucky's wheat crop has been improved materially from year to year because many farmers have adopted the practice of sowing their sets! after the dales on which the Mo have disHowever, the insect will appeared. continue to presect a serious problem to the groin growers uf the state until every farmer adopts the practice of sowing after the e dates. One farmer who sow before these lutes ran harbor enough flies in his grain to infest many acres the following your. The Hessian fly problem in Kenturky will be largely solv-- t ' when every farmer waits until after the recommended dates for his community before sowing wheat." Hcau of the life history of the insect, wheat sown in September i almost sure to be badly infostetl. The adult lllos fewer in number toward the end of the month and when frosts come are largely destroyed. Whom sown in October in Kentucky is not likely to be infested. In average eaoMa October St. ha been found to be the most favorable late for sowing in Knslern Kentucky, October nth. to 10th. for Ten-trKentucky and October luth. to I Ith. for Western Kentucky. "tly-freid Are wrt t" Llsvd-pgrltlr- ""P to Iks owa," In MosJ K.P.H. I. nns of th irrslr.t LiuiaiD. Tr It, - , "liolllnc i ilrstrov theai until lijr ,0 ii ,n nf . rt. K. ono of tho Dost pcKcrrul Iixl rlannarrs known to scir.iir. H X H. has sio.t I'iS of I i ii T e wer of Its Inrrf llcnts Is n knowl.lt-- l ty authorities, lis msUirlnat InitrMtlcnU aro iruarantml to l purely vaeotnlilc. s, iiiriu nr. it cn.irs tno akin or tollsr. ttol, lies, blackhruitc acsr. csrma. rash n:, l othsr akin sruptteas. tnit toS It thiiMliShle. It ilrlrsa But of the IUI tn.purltles which con no rncumatia-mmakes tim bluwi rich an puro tullils up Uat It helps tit manufarturo nssr I.WI rells. that's ono of tta secrets. 8. H. la aokl at all ilruic stores. In two aliea. TIio bu Ctr sUo U Uiu B;uto vvuouoUcaL '"ll of Ii"rui that thras fi"X-"tiolf cut Into n lo t. Ttieyil ktrp yc up" ! A loll Is n vfU .nrour Moat Is trt plm-pic- . Ilh. 'S. S. S. is for sale nt McHoberts Drug Store." I r ni-fourt- SCHOOL TIRES TUBES As good onjrour automobile onyour BOOK On account of small profits on books allowed dealers, we are forced.tojsell them for j & CO. CASH ONLY McRobsrts rs Dm; Store. Th Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Sapt 14 1922. RATES i word No ad taken for Iras than 20c In this column No ads In this column chanced. Sliiflt Insertions lc The Joy of Baking We advertise Socn insertions for the prict of five. It is Enhanced by Superior When you want to Phone ordtn must be paid promptly. QUALITY Box enjoy your meals to the limit, consi- stwmmxx Airedule Puppies 4.19, Lancaster, Ky. for sale. we tulk QUALITY OF FLOUR Made by the TIGE AND TIGE Suggest That YOU TRY FISK RED TOP TIRES ON YOUR CAR-THEY Cider Milt and Silo Cutter, cheap, American Wire Fence. J. R. Mount A Co. War.! robe trunk, nl FOR SALF.: most new. Used once. Ask Record (8 2t tf.) Come In to my office and give me the assessment of your property NOW. A. T. Scott. Co. Tux Com 0 7t.) (8-1- QUALITY because QUAL- der the very best of flour and meal made by the LANCASTER MILL- ITY is the corner stone of business. Lancaster Milling Co. Phone "Thk Mit.i.EK Born 8fl ARE BETTER $11.25 AND CHEAPER IN THE LONG RUN. 30x3 30x3 FOR SALK: Crusher, 10x18. (9-1- Rock One Climax Will sell cheap. .It was QUALITY that brought us our customers. ING COMPANY. Give us a trial 4 1'tpd) Jrfse Davenport, Harrodsburg, Ky. l ...$14.25 OUR HARDWARE WEARS WALKER "BUCKEYE" LOST: Lady's hint coat, navy blue, loose fitting, and (lowing sleeves somewhere between West Point school house and Lowell road. $5.00 reward if returned to this office. (It. pd.) FOR SALK: Stock ewe, one, two, thiee and four years old. Any number. Phone US or -. W. S. Carrier and P. T. Brown. (8 3 7t. pd.) J. R. Myers. Prop. Not Madc" and be convinced. These products are handled keeps them, and knowledge of by all the good grocermen in GOOD QUALITY that brings town. When you want QUALITY mill products consider US. new ones. BOURNE Miss Lou Ella Doolin will leave Monday, Sept. 20th., for llerea Col- It's GOOD QUALITY that For salt or trade for hogs practic Messrs. Ottice Ray Bogie and Earl ard. ally new Appleton corn husker, cuts , and Mr. Frank Ray, of I.ancasu-rHolman have returned home after a In one oper daughter, Mrs. Jesse Preston and fodder and shucks corn week's stay in Corbin. ation. Chas. K. Hay, R. R. L. Mr. and Mrs. Alex Sums and Mr. Preston, visited Mr. and Mrs. HarrodsburK, Phone 7011, Perryvllle. daughter, of Midway, visited Mr. and J. D. Ray Sunday night. (:9 7 3t pd) Mrs. J. D. Ray and Mrs. Wm. S. Mrs, Bronston Locker recently. WANTED: Correspondence with visitors of Mr. anil 'Mrs. Prince Royalty and Ray have been recent relative George Elliott, son of CapL. Mrs. William Black. family, of Harrodsbunr, were weekGeo. Elliott, Virginia. Mr. Klrby Teater Is building more end guests of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh C. C. Elliott, Yazoo City, Mis. his tobacco barn. to Kurtz. (9 1 1 2t pd.) Mr. and Mrs. Bally Ray and fami and Mr. and Mrs. T. S.Pieratt FOR SALE: Liberty o passenger daughter, Mr. Oldham Doty and Miss ly spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. touring car, in l condition, newly Mnrgnret Duty motored to Louisville Henry Raj. Sunday to attend .State Fair and buy Mrs. Adran Metcalfe and children, painted and new tires. Call this of (9 14 3t.) fall goods. were with Mr. and Mrs. Henry Ray fice. Mr. and Mrs. Mai Carter and fami- the week-end- . FOR SALE. Two young saddle ly, and visitors, Mrs. Watts and Miss Mr O'rear Lane left Monday for horses. Cun be seen at I.oyil King's, Cordie Walker, of Xichulasville spent Corbin. Salem Wallace, near Lowell. Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Noah Mar-seMrs. Henry Ray visited her parents (9 14 'Jt. pd.) i'alnt Lick, Ky al Rryantsville. Monday. FOR SALE: Pair of four year and Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Brown Mrs. L. L. Matthew, Mrs. Patsy Salem Wallace, old mules. daughter. Miss l.ora arid Runcorn Simnson. Mrs. Wm. Simpson and Pulnt Lick, Ky. Brown visited Mr and Mr. Handy Mr. and Mrs. Bradford Burdette, Mr. (9 1 I 2t. pd) Kurtz at Harroilsliunr. Saturday and and Mrs. Luke Naylor and children, URADSHAW MILL Sunday. Mrs. Brown stayed over were visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. for several days to attend the llulgin Matthew and Mr. and Mr. Tommy Co. School Tablets. A. H Bastin meeting. Murphy recently. Mr. Newt Sanders spent Sunday Folks who didn't come to church with Loyd relatives. CUNNS CHAPEL last Sunday should have been there, Mrs. Clarkie Roberts U visiting and found out what kind of church Mrs. Burton Sanders. incmluT tht'V tirv. Ilro. I'rin- - tit. Mrs. (icorge Hall has been ill. Mr. ami Mrs. Jess East entertained livered a splendid sermon. Text Co. School Tablets. A. II. Battin i number of relatives Sunday. Acts (3:'',J Sulili-cl- ! niein- "If Mi Annie May was a recent ber were Just like me, whut kind of Mr. and Mrs. Jno. S, Long visited church would our church be?" guest of Mrs. Hobart Muy. their daughter, Mrs. Tom Ross Sun; Mr. Clemmon Muy plans to enter day. Kind of member! 1st. I'ut 1'iiif. Mnnil patter; 3nl. hxcute me Berea College for the year. The school at Ileeeh Grove Is pronleakp: lib. Grumblers: fit h I) an 1 Misses Ilernice and Bessie Teater gressing nicely, A pie supper is to please; nth. Rule or rum and 7th., pent lat week with Miss Christine be given at the school house on the Speuke of Mt. Hebron. night of Sept. 1 0th. Everyone is cordially invited. Mesirs. Stewart Sanders and Sale Isbell were dinner guests of 4 Do Moths IHt "WlrlMMt II. Clay KuulTmau, as executor, Mr. John Lund, Monday. Certain Hpcele of ninths fan will sell on Saturday, September Messrs. W. K. Whlttaker and John wllli one another eteii tlioiich the property of the lute Miss Sullie Land were in Louisville Thursday und rparuttil. A female nf I lie Viixiurer Tillett, on Crab Orchard street. Look Friday. moth muy he IticloM'il In a wooilen for advertisement tn next week's isMrs. Robert Parsons and children pill hoi. She w!l uttr.'ft mule from sue. (It.) spent the past week with relatives, mile nr to. near Crab Orchard. Mr. ami Mrs. Henry Byrd, of Crnb If ya keep your If you need money Orchard, are with Mrs. Robert Par eyeajopen you will your farm, Janusons uml his father motored to the to tee that It latter's old homestead in Virginia. ary put in trade with Mi Syler, II. D. A., recently or NOW guuized u new sewing club with 12 A. J. ENQLE members at the school here. She -22 would like to orgunlze some Home- Near Depot. Lancuster.Ky makers clubs of six or more mem bers in the community. These groups FLMM would take up some subject of their own choice for work und meet in the Loin Agent and Abstractor X Sack GnaraM- home. She will be glud to tell you LANCASTER, Court Hous more about the work if you are in KY. A-e, -- School Tablets. A. H. Bastin A Co. FOR SALE: One good as new, Co. School Tahiti. A. H. BastS Mrs. I'atsy Simpson spent the week, Hand Vacuum Floor Cleaner; two W. M. S. meet Thursday afternoon, end with her sister, Mrs. L. L. Mat- Swinging, Coal Oil Lamps; three at three o'clock, Sept. 21tt. thews. Electric Light Fixtutes. For Infor Louis-vlll- e .Mr. W. K. Whlttaker was In Mr. and Mrs. Fred Snyder enter- mation call at Record office. (tf.) Thursday and Friday. tained at dinner Sunday, Mr. and One 4 room house anil 3 acres of Mr. Kobt. Long, Jr., it home after Mrs. Carl Long and son, of Teatcrs-vlllMr. and Mrs. J. D. Ray and land for sale at Hyattsville, by II. S. a few days stay in Richmond. Acton, Somerset, or see Walker Lo Mr. and Mr. II ugh Kurti and James S. Ray, Mr. and Mrs". Wm. S. gan, at Hyattsville. in Danville Wednes-da- Ray and daughter and Mr. S. N. Sandaughter, were ( 1. pd) ders and Mr. Sum Taylor. enMr. and Mrs. Squire T. Whittaker WANTED: Men and women to Mr. and Mrs. Robert Carter tertained several relative to dinner attended preaching at Mt. Hebron sell nursery stock. Pay weekly. Sunday. E. W. Reeves, District Manager, Friday. Mrs. S. N. Sanders and son, James Lancaster, Ky., Engle House. Charlie Kurtz and Mr. and Mr. family have been visiting Mr. and were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. S. (9- - 7 3t.) Ray, Thursday. Mrs. Hugh Kurtz. FOR SALE: Good milk cow; Mrs. John Alex Musters and visi- three-quartMr. T. 0. Hill has been in FrankJersey. Apply at thl fort for several day with Mr. and tor, Miss Bertha Scodgel spent Sun- office. (tf.) day with Mr. and Mrs. Alvin HowMrs. S. L. Hill. e, y. lege. 11. Speake delivered to Cen-te- r brothers a bunch of cattle at OVi cents per pound. Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Jennings and with Mr. baby spent the week-enand Mrs. Hamlett Jennings. Mi. Elva Jennings entertained at dinner last week Miss Lou Ella Doo lin, Leola Stone and Zelda Onstott. Mr. and Mrs. Ilamliett Jennings entertained Saturday at dinner, Rev. Manley and family and Rev. Mr. S. d School TahUts. A. H. Baslin A Co. Mr. and Mrs. Curti Sadler and children spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs. G. W. Thompson. Mr, and Mrs. Tom Hicks entertained Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Elijah and son, Holman J., Mr. and Mrs. Squire T. Wh.ttaker and Mr. and Mrs. I. II. Duncan and children. Mr and Mrs. Eugene Clark and daughter, Gladys Stone, of Boyle county, Mr. and Mrs. James Hamilton guests of their parents were wrek'-enMr. and Mrs. I. W. Montgomery. Misses loin Hrown. of West and Ola Doolin, of Marcellu, were the attractive guests of Miss lou Ella Doolin for the week-enMr. and Mrs. I E. Speake had as their guest during the meeting, Misses llernlce and llessie Teater of lluck-eySpeake, of Hlanche and Ida Marksbury, Alberta and Elvaree il jn-catee, Speake, of West I.anratrr, Jessie It, Ray, of lluckeye and Mrs, Margaret Speake Mr ard Mrs, L K Speake had a their guests Sunday, Rev De Garmo. Rev. Manley and family, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Hrogli and children. Mr. Denny Scott, Mrs, Margaret, Speake, Misses Alberta and Elvaree Speake and Jessie il, Ray Spoonsrlsm. noun. Accidental transposition of Initial letter, etc., of two -sr roon wonls fi just rwrlrnt bliahln,: crow,' -- for rval enjoyment rlU..-,- l lr)cleM). Prua site me Iter. V A. ttmn for Spoonerisms. Knmi th Conets O. font Dictionary. Spnerlm. (. A noisy tongue Is readily hear!. So Is a pig's grunt. BBS Two Great lire Values for the Light Car Owner mind that while the price has been going down, the quality has been goinj; up. The New ciiui Better USCO is bigger, with thicker tread and sidcwalls, more rubber, better traction, greater mileage. The ROYAL CORD is more than ever confirmed in its leadership as the measure of automobile tire values. IU.,.1 SIZES quoted below WHEN vou note the priceand USCO Tireon 30 x 3 in bear ROYAL CORD mm iOslli " " JO J Ct - CM U.iJ Clmn IU.1I WlMO IJ.60 IaV NqH.t 2 FAIIHtC I Ux.i .7 I'UIn IUV tr-v- ll.b '.21 -- IH.nl 3jjii' " Siu Ms 4 " " J24'4 " JI4Vi " J44Vi J4Vi" J64Vi " J1S " "I 1T ' 40.70 J0 WJM J. J.W J7.70 I iz.n H.li 30.li J4.J1 Z6.0J JI.SH 11-0- o .7J 22.40 IJ.ll Jt 11 Il." - y . 24.11 iUJOi 34XX) J2.0 Jl.0 JMS Cod-tirst- Ji 4IJJ 4ft.J 4.W StJt JUIJ 41.20 1 J4a) I ' 39.M 41.70 nil Kuim Tux IM ifHm lu ttrfi Wlictlier your choice It a Cord or a I'anric, the U. S. Is able Executor's bales an J Service Dealer to xtt e ou bet- ter tlwit cur before. Clincher Fabric USCO 303 United States Tires Unhid States Ruakr Company szszzs. ,jxzzzi.txrm less piyi or lit, $ to1 VUtH StraistSidc KY. ap-plicati- on Uniltd StaHs Tints ClindicraV inboch Interest 5 1- it Where Ymi HASCLOCN BROTERS, LANCASTER, i fiery Hcti fttSkttfcy Mast Can Buy U. S. Trm: tttf. 1ECKER RALLARD, BRYANTSVILLE, KY. PAINT LICK GARAGE, PAINT LICK, KY.