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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): September 21, 1922 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1922 cen1922092101_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 21, 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 TUMI TKAR LANCASTER. KY.. THURSDAY AFTERNOON. SEPTEMBER 21.1 922. JERSEY CALF In- - 14. OLD DIRECTORS ELI ESTRIDGE Another Old Soldier Answers) To Final Koll Call After a lingering Illness of four and one-hamonth, Mr. Kll Kstridge passed peacefully away at his home at I'alnt l.lck, on Monday evening at 6:30 o'clock. Mr. Kstridge was born April 10th., IK 10, und died September IS, 1022. Age 82 ye.ir., ft month, and 8 days. He was married to Rebecca Lewis in lHfll. Te this union there wers born seven rhlhlrcn He is survived by hl wife, Rebecca Kstridge, one son, Felix and two daughters, Mrs. Vina McWhor'er ind Mr... M. K. Hon grandof Paint Lie; .enty-threchildren ,ten grent grandchildren, al so one sl.ter. Mr. Sam Fennlnglon, of Harrison, Ohio, four children having preceded him, Martha ami Mary dying in infancy, and John l Kstridge. who died several year ago, und the late A II. Kitridge. of Paint lf e Palmer After an Illness of three month., the last eight weeks of which was spent in the St. Joseph Ho.pltal at Lexington, (ieorge W, Palmer, aged 53 years, died in that Institution last Sunday night nt 11:30 o'clock, of cancer of the liver. (Jeorge Palmer was one of the best known young men in Lancaster, having been aMci.ited in dllferet lines of business in the city for the past twenty-fivyear. He leaves many warm personal friends who will be made sad to know that he is no more. Stricken with the fatal disease several months ago ,he fought gamely to the end and all that the best surgical and medical skill could do, was of iu avail. He comes of one of the largest and most prominently connected families in the county nnd leaves three brothers, William, Kobert and Lee Palmer and six sisters, Mrs. Mrs. Klizn Traylur, of Stanford, Lizzie Johnson, of Danville, Mrs. Km-m- a Higginbotham, Mrs. Ann West, of Lancaster; Mrs. Kitty Illnes, of Nebraska and Mrs. Maggie Burke, of e HENLEY BASTIN'S KlTiciency as Superintendent of BASCOM FORD asses Suddenly into the Heyond OF ASSOCIATION ARE ELECTED Hurley Given Away 111 at The Great R ry a n t v Tobacco Association Name Directors, in 22 District Community Fair e , Frankfort Penitentiary Highly Praised Friend, in his "old home town" arc highly plcnsed to hear of the nice things said of Henley V. Bnstln, In connection with hl work ai superintendent of the State penitcntinry. Those who know this splendid gentleman, predicted from the time of his appointment, that he would make good, and even those who criticized the selection n a possible political one, are now praising hi. work under the merit system, nnd moves the Louisville Kvenlng Post to say: "From time to time news comes down from Frankfort of the excellent work that I being done "at the State penitentiary by Mr. Bnstln, the pres ent superintendent of that institution In regard to the excellence of Mr. Bastin's work there cem to be no two opinions. He is certainly one of the most capable men in the em ployrncnt of our State. He manages that enitentiary according to the merit sytem, anil he manage., it well There is an interesting story in connection with Mr. Ha. tin's appoint ment. Hi. home is, we believe, in I.ancatcr, and when he was appoint eil superintendent nt Frankfort h was a member of the Republican State Central Committee. The Post, among others, noted the fact when he wns appointed, and questioned the wisdom of such an appointment by a board. Hut the appointment ha. worked out all right. Mr. Bastin put pollti cat activity behind him when he took this place, and the Post has heard his work praised as freely by Democrats He has made as by Republican. such an excellent record that his sit vices must not be lo.t to the State, and the incident is Important ns dem onstrating that a man may be a politician, and an earnest one, during a time when it is all right for htm to be a politician, and a zealous public olficer. uninfluenced by politics, when he accepts such employment It by no means always works thi way. On the other hand it usually works the other way. Once a pro fessional politician always a profes sional politician, some will say. Mr, Bastin's case shows there are excep tions to all rules." at Conventions Saturday Lexington, Ky., Sept. ItsConvention of the Hurley Tobacco Grow-o- r' Association, heKI today in each of the twenty-tw- o Into which the territory produc-Im- e hurley tobacco has been divided for purpose of repreienlntlon of the growers on the board remitted In the return of the sitting member. In most cases there wa no oppoiltlon to thrl The directors elected today will nt the choose three dlrector-at-larg- c first mee'.lnit of the new board Octo-be- r 4th. The present dlrcctors-at-Jarg- e are Judge Kobert W. Bingham, of Louisville, for Kentucky; Martin U Harris, of Biting Sun, for Indiana, and Charles II. Woodmans-- e, of Felicity, for Ohio. Wert Virginia sent Hon. Klllott Northcott. United State District Attorney for the southern district of that Mate, as Its represen-tativ- e Tenncce i on the board. repreented thin year, as it did not not deliver any tobacco U.U year and the bail of repreentatlon in the election of director i the tobacco delivered the previous year. Members of the new board elected today are: Klnt James C. Stone, Lexington. Samuel Clay, Paris. Second Third Cliffonl - Walters, ills-tric- ts Shel-byvlll- e. A fine registered Jersey Bull cnlf will ie given nway by the promoter of the llryantsville Community Fair on September -- 3rd. Al. boys of Garrard county between the ages of 10 and in years age will be permitted to draw for The new of the sudden death of Bascont C. Ford last Friday morning brought genuine sorrow to friend nnd relatives in Lancaster nnd thru-othe county. He passed suddenly away at Fort Thomas, where he had been an invalid for several month.: hi sudden death being caused by heart trouble and clot on tho brain. Last February he was stricken with u hemorrhage of the .brain and for several weeks life was In n balance. He recovered ufTiciently to return to his home here for a few weeks' nnd wa later taken to n hospital at Ft. Thomas, where he was when the end came suddenly Friday morning about ten o'clock. The remains worn brought to Lan caster Saturday night nnd taken to the home of his brother, LIge Ford. Funeral services were held at the Lancaster cemetery Sunday afternoon, where one of the largest gath ering of friends, ever seen In the Lancaster cemetery, had assembled to pay their last respects to one of Garrard county's most popular youn? men. The deceased was the oldest son of the late Judge and Mrs. A. D. Ford and was .'U years of age. lie was a devout member of the Methodist church. He is survived by one4 brother, Lige Ford, of this city and one sister, Mrs. Klizabeth FonPEstes, of Cincinnati. The funeral services were conduct ed by Itev. H. W. Whitaker, of the Methodist church, assisted by Rev. II. S. Hudson. It is sad, indeed, to see one so well equipped for life, taken so suddenly, yet for him there was no stand ing on the border land, gazing Into the unknown, for death came as the sunset dies along the hills when th day I over. "But now he sleeps where the daises nod. And the clover hangs its head, Where the wild bird come and the wild bees hum, Above his lonely bed. He fought the fight, he kept the faith, His fame shines bright and clear, And hi memory lives In all our hearts Which will hold It ever dear." ut Lick. He entitled in the service of his country a. a Union soldier in 1K03, and nerved until the close of war. He fought in several hard battle, including the battle of Lookout MounThe Ijinraster High School Foot tain. Was wounded in a skirmish Ball team won the first game of the near Cynthiaiia, Ky. eaon here last Friday when they He was a member of the IlaptLt in a contest and looselyyear. church for about fifty-fiv- e played game defeated the Junction Funeral service, were conducted City High by the score of 42 to 0. at the home Wednesday, at tell A. Captain Cox nnd his string of Foot M., by hi. pastor, Rev. Willie lingers, Ball warriors were not near up to assisted by Rev. F. I'. Hryant, after had the visitors had any which interment took place in the standard and kind of a team they could have easily cemetery. defeated the local Hi, as the lads the calf. The conditions of the drawing will be that whoever get the calf must agree to keep it until 15 months of age, and to rale it so far ns possible under the directions which will be forwarded by the Dairy Department of the Agricultural College. Second, that the parents of the hoy to con sent to him keeping it. The calf was donated by 0. B. Swinebroail, and It from one of the best cow. of his herd of Itegistered Jersey.. ' Lancaster Hi Wins First Game of Season one-side- d Asheville, N. C. - The sympathy of the community go out to the family in the lo.s of a devoted and affectionate brother. The I'evotion of one widowed sister, who will probably feel his loss most keenly, wa very beautiful indeed, she having remained by his bed.ide during his entire illness at the ho. pit.il, and who often sought his council about financial matters and gave in return much spiritual advice to the the Christian church and affiliated with the Fair View church on the Richmond pike. His remains were brought from Lexington last Monday morning nnd taken to the home of his brother, Kobert Palmer, where funeral services were conducted Tuesday afternoon by Itev, K. H. Bourland, interment following In the lincaster cemetery. decea ed. Mr. Palmer was a member of Hogan Mt. W. J. Hogan, of llryantsville, Maysville. who was taken ill Sunday evening II. Kehoe. Fourth Fifth FAnk V. Nunnelley, of after returning from church, wa. stricken with paralysis about two Georgetown. Sixth O. C. Kill.. Ripley. Ohio. o'clock Monday morning and passed into tiie Croat Heyond at two o'clock Seventh Kverett Mcllure, Monday afternoon. Indiana. Mr. Hogan wa in her "Pth. year Eighth John H. Winn, Versailles. and had been feeble in body for Carrullton. Ninth P. II. Gaines. K. Bourne, New Castle. some time, but in the pust month or the Chambers, so, had rallied and attended Dawsllon Kleventh Ja. Au-ror- a, Tenth. Walton, It. P. !. Twelfth Itev. J. It. Jones, Cynth-ian- a. Carroll D. Asbunry, Thirteenth Augusta. Fourteenth lien T. Wright, Mt. Sterling. Fifteenth J. II. Sousley, Flcm-tngsbur- Sixteenth Stanford. Seventeenth William II. Shanks, g. Hush W. Allin, Eighteenth Judge I. II. Thurman, Springfield. Ninteenth It. P. Taylur. Winches- ter. Twentieth Twenty-firs- E. T. Holloway, e. t J. Munfordsville. d l. Craddock, Twenty-seconHon Elliott North cott, Huntington. W. Va. Baptist Church Newt Our special servtos are still in progress with Increasing interest and attendance. At the moraine ser- brought vices tlrother Martin ha aome rich expositions of scripture anil from the Hook of 1'htllpptan other passages, with consequent' blessings nnd broadening of virion to church members and other Christians attending the service. Dr. Martin is distinctively a and his messages from night to night have dealt with the fundamental facts of sin, and the need nnd plan of salvation, but there has also been the emphasis upon the need of having a strong vigorous church life, which comes from wholehearted, consecration to Cod and the business of Ilia kingdom. Owing to pastoral duties ut home Ilrothcr Martin will be obliged to close his work with us on Friday evening of this week. There will be afternoon services ut the church Thursday and Friday. g Come with n generous on Friday evening. The services next Sunday will be at the usual hours, with preaching by the pastor morning nnd evening. Let nil the members continue their by attending splendid the regular services next Sunday. An Invitation is also extended to all to Join with us In service and worship. angelist, thank-otTVriii- The abova is u very good likeness of the new pastor of the Methodist church, who together with his wife nnd two children, Kvelyn nnd Howard, Jr., have recently moved into our midst, to take up their olficial duties with the local church. Mr. and Mrs. Whitaker are benlg warmly greeted by the people of Uuicnster, Irrespective of church alTiliattons, und already have made many warm personal friends among our citizens. Mr. Whitaker has been pustor at Walton nnd Krlanger, Ky., In the Covington District for four years and had been asked to return for the fifth, but the recent Conference "School thought otherwise, and Lancaster and Movie lovers have a treat in store Carrurd county are the gainers thereRoman Opera House, by. ft. M. Arnold, of Danville is carry- for them at the Ono of the churches which Itev. next Thursday and Friday night, ing In this issue a large advertiseWhitaker haa had charge of, has seen announcing a big i eduction in September 2Hth. and 29th., when ment tho of hla ministry grow by Wesley better tire. Ho will haw them on display "Freckles"Harry, appear on known as leap mult bound and under hla minand will the screen next Monday, county court day, and in "School Days." It'a the funnies istry the membership was doubled, asks your Inspection. one ever, and Wesley himself says: growing both spiritually and progressIn all aWlsrsV "Don't blame me if you get a belyake ing alone temporal matter Tests! FioU Soosi . F line. In the Walton church he was ft Farmt. from lafen." church service, taking an active interest In all about her, and especially the construction of the wall and walks leading up to the newly built church. She was born near Stanford, being one of the targe family of Hamilton and Klira Wooley llaughman, and is survived by two sisters, Mm. Martha Phillip, of Stanford and Mrs. Nancy llruce, of Dearborn, Mo. In early girl hood she was united in marriage to Capl. W. J. Hogan, who preceded her to the grave four teen years ago. To this union was burn three daughters, Mrs. W T, Wol-folMrs. K. II. Ballard and Ue Hogan, who died in early girlhood, Besides the two daughters two granddaughters and two grandsons are left to mourn her los, Miss May mo Bal lard, Hogan and Bryan Ballard, of llryantsville and Mis Margaret Wot folk, of Lexington. Funeral services were conducted at the Methodist church by her pastor, Rev. A. I'. Jones, assisted by Itev. Clark, of Wilmore. Interment taly ing place in the (.ancatter cemetery, where a large concourse of friends and relatives had gathered with many beautiful llnrnl ofTerings to pay tribute to a noble and worthy character. It seemed fitting that "Cranny Hogan" a she was lovingly called by every man, woman and child in the community, was lulled to her heavenly home nhnost from the per tal of the church she loved o well. For over half n century she and her husband bore the burden of the church nnd religious work of the com munity. Her every Interest was cen tered ill the welfare of the church. Truly for the church, "her tears did fall her prayers "amended, and her toils und cares were given 'til toil ami cares did end." Her home was always open to Ministers of Cod ami a Haven of Best to any who were weary and needed her wise counsel and comfort ing word. The writer of this feeble elfort will sadly miss her cheerful face, her motherly rare nnd loving And to the family we kindness. would comfort you with the word of triumph that "Blessed are the dead who die in the Lord from henceforth yeu, sallh the Spirit that they may rest from their labors. the Iincaster school, play- eJ a low nnd saggy game from start to tlr.ish. They had very l.ttle "pep" and fumble, were quite frequent. Coaches Mclloberts and Wilmot are working hard thi week, putting the finishing touches on their men and are confident of victory on tomorrow (Friday), over the Nicholas-vill- e High School. It will be rememBumper bered by the many that John Forbes, who just naturally Nlcholasville stole a march on the Creen and White string men last raises things a little bigger and better than anyone we know- - of, brought eaon and defeated them by a to this office six Irish potatoes that however, the boys are taking " pounds. They are beauspecial training this week in order Weigh ties, and can be seen in our window. that they may and will take the scalp of the visitor tomorrow. ?J'V Lose Captain Cox played his string of men last Friday and they Wo regret to leacn that Mr. and all showed up very' well under tire, Mrs. Prescott- - Brown are soon to anil by this week-enthe Coaches leave us and return to their old home, hope to have the finishing touches .Stanford, where Mr. Brown has puron their squad. chased an Interest with Carroll Bailey in the gents furnishing business. Mrs. Carrie Davidson's division of Mr. and Mrs. Brown have made many-warthe C. W. B. M., wishes to reerve the and sincere friends since movday before Thanksgiving for an ex ing to and their near dechange. parture is a genuine regret. 'Taters Sorry to Them Rankin Mr. James C. Rankin d NEW METHODIST MINISTER IteinK Warmly Greeted in Lancaster Pleased With New Homo died last Sunday morning at 3:30 o'clock at Secretary 0. A. Abbott, who re hi late home on the Danville and signed from the Chamber of Com Hubble pike, after a lingering illness merce here several weeks ago, hat of tuberculosis. He was sixty-fiv- e accepted a position as secretary of yean of age and a native of Wayne the Chamber of. Commerce at Hava county and wa one of Lincoln coun na, Cuba, and will sail from New ty's best and most substantial citizens, He leaves a number of relative York on October 5th. Friends of Mr. Abbott will be glad to know that in Garrard, Boyle and Lincoln counHe he has been tendered and accepted ty, and willte greatly missed. so lucrative a position, paying at I survived by his widow and two received daughters, Mrs. F .F. Fitzpatrick and most double the amount here, with his traveling expenses paid Mrs. D. L .Spoonamore, of the HubMrs. Abbott ami son, Dan, will re- ble section of Lincoln county. The deceased was a son of David main in for several weeks can Rankin and James Cllllspie Rankin, until permnnent arrangements be made for them In their new home, of Wayne county. Funeral sen-iceMr. and Mrs. Abbott have made Mvere held at the late residence last many warm friends since coming to Tuesday morning, interment follow Lancaster, who will regret their de- ing in the Danville cemetery. parture, but wish them every success Money in their new field of work. Goes to Havana s Jury R.v. ii. W. Whitaker the Scout leader for three years, being exceedingly popular with the young folk, Ho was one of the lead ers of the Conference Kpworth League Assembly, being always in terested in the young people' work both In Sunday School nnd Kpworth League wruk. Mr. Whitaker was originally from Cynthiana and received hi. training at Berca nnd Kentucky Weleyan College. Taught two years In one departments In of the preparatory llereu and spent one summer In War Kducational service for illiterate He ha done some exceptional men. evangelistic work during his pastorate and just before his arrival in Lancaster, closed a very successful revival at Walton. He comes to Lancaster favorably impressed with tho town and community, delighted with the cordial recaption given him and hit family, and enter upon hi work with large plan for the future, which we era diet will result in much good to the community and to the people to whom he will minister. Days" Cheap Tires Dave How, who Is trustee of the jury fund, informs us that the Everything i in readiness for the Jury money is ready for those who llryantsville Community Fair, which served during the August term of will be held Saturday at the Hry the Garrard Circuit Court. antsville school building. There will be an Ice cream supper Indications point in every way to nt Buckeye school house, Saturday many en a successful exhibition and night, at seven o'clock. Admission, trie have been sent In already, by 5, 10 ami Llcts. There will alo be which one would Judge that nil class an entertainment before supper. Ades will be well filled. mission to cntyrtainmcnt lOcts. Quite n number from Luicaster expect to attend this fair ami it is School" honed that the attendance from here will be large, for a day of pleasure, as well as profit in store for those Any doubt might be in your mind who see it. concerning Chiropractic would be Season banished if you were to visit the mother school of Chiropractic in Many from Lancaster and Car Davenport, Iowa. rard county expect to attend the first Thousand of patients visit the foot ball game of the eaon ut Dan great clinic at the Palmer School villi; Saturday afternoon, when Cen every year. Student at the school tre College will be opposed by Car receive u thorough education in ansou Newman College of Tennessee. atomy, chemistry, symptomatology, The Centre Colonels have been toxalogy, physiology, hygiene, and training hard during the past week the philisophy of Chiropractic and ami are ready now to meet nil comers are expected to glvu many hundreds Work on the new stands are being of udjuitmenta'nefore graduation. rapidly completed, ut which time With this vuit prvlimiminary eduubout 1,000 people can be seated cation it Is not surprising that I1. S. C. Chiropractors are achieving remarkable results. H. K. Wade, D. C, Chiropractor. There will be a pie super at Pleas Office hours U to 11 A. M. and ant Hill school house Saturday eve 2 to 5 !. M. nlng, Sept. 30th., at 7:30 o'clock. Evening, Sunday and HellsUy Funds will go to help fcuy an organ by appointment. for the Pleasant Hill church. (It.) Everybody I Invited. aM U Uty of lisss aesMsatJ It tstvst to orovMl sli- Bala lie for sal. Htsosost ft Faroau. Haossa ft Farssaa. Community Fair Uncle 1 A "Palmer Graduate Chiropractor First Game of Pie Supper STTsr m art Th Central Record. Lancattai Arnold In the passing of , Ky. .Thursday, Sapt 21 922 1 toinal convention In New Orleanf, October 10th. to 20th., convention hrndqunrtrr hn been advised by Major (tcnernl C. C. William, chief of ordnance of the United .State army. Ten carload of ordnance virtually everything In tho way of war materials, from hand grenade to 1 gun, will comprise the exhibit. The ordnance, which will be brought on tint car, will be on display In a prominent ite near convention hall. Dally maneuvers, in whieh all the latct tactics of warfare will be demonstrated, nre scheduled during the five convention day. The larger gun, three 75 millimeter and three 155 millimeter pieces, They will he drawn by truck in the conGOOD! vention parade. There will alo be section of nrtllleryt a horse-drawcomposed of 75 millimeter French of interest guns. Convention field be n Other object camouflaged tank, n will and numerous New Orleans, October 16th. to 20tls. ammunition wagon tractors. The exhibit will be held under the Tanks, big gun and other material of warfare will be exhibited direction of n number of ordnance War Depart-- ; officers ent from the government by the United State ment durinjr the Amcrlcnn Legion na-,- " arsenal at Hock Island. AIM TO PORTRAY CLUB PRACTICES "HIIKD IN OLD KENTUCKY" brtivffual Exhibits of leys ami Girls Bimkiaitesl at Eastern Statts Exposition. TO EXHIBIT Mr. Margaret It n National MONEY to LOAN ir you want to'buy the money anday plan. Make application to the Secretary now a home Jyou can borrow It back on the Installment Lancaster Building & Loan Ass'n J. E. RebiiJM, Presifat. Miu'Sie Sbcfty Mism, Sfctj-Trci- s. town? Are you a booster of the When you put your thinking, home town or arc vou critjC7 cap on after the evening meal,; Thoughts often come ttnbid-whis the trend of your, .,,, 5t nnt .lifric-nl- t to di- thoughts? vert them to certain lines if i High prices of everything one so desires. Try it for the welfare of you use. Business stagnation. those about you. Political corruption. It may result in greater Grafting prohibition agents. peace of mind for yourself. Boose scandals. Wise people keep n tl(T upper lip. Divorces in high life. It conceals their false teeth. Murders and robberies. This country is full of brains. You These are a few of the mulcan even find a few of them in contitudinous thoughts that Hit gress. through the average mind, with plenty of wiidom in thi There their long trail of dissatisfacworld, but too much of it Rett into tion and disgust. the heads of d. f.'s. Try a change of thought for' Counterfeiters have invaded Rusa few evenings something sia, but the ruble is o worhtless noalong these lines. body cares what they do. Is the home life what is Some people are quite Justified in should be? thinking there is no such thing as a Is the proper amount of care secret. They spill everything they and supervision being exercis- know. ed over the growing children? do to settle all of It would Are the best efforts being our strike never other troubles at ami put forth for the improvement once. We would have nothing left of conditions in the home com- to worry about. munity? to men It requires Does the proper spirit of am- guard the president, but some of our ity and unity prevail among married men insist that one "guard the business interests of our i quite sufficient. What Do You Think? ,.. at Arnold there ended n life of varied experiences, for her life' span covered the greatest history making epoch of all time and right nobly she did hrr part. In all life's sphere. A n young woman thru the stirring and romatlc day of the "sixties." Later as home maker, wife and mothAnd er, and when sorrows, came. near to the close of her life, when It seemed God lengthened her three score and ten years, that she, like the Spartan mother of old, might send her loved son to battle for the right "over there." Ilorn to wealth and social prestige she upheld the trndltlons of her race in her womanly demeanor. And like nil sensible people; good birth, she knew work was an ennobling thing, nnd "Looked well to the until her way of her houichold;" home was known far and near n a place of gracious hospitality to the outsider and to her children the place where she livingly reigned and well may they think of her ns, queen of service, with a crown of silver hair, Oarland of valor and sorrow, Of beauty ami renown, Life that honors the brave her Himself with the Crowned crown." life ended, And so her beautiful thri- - Intel her awnv: even ns she had hoped, on an Autumn dny like that' on which her beloved husband was; n dny of changing lights and shadows and over nil the brooding sadness of nature in her tendrrest mood; a day so like that other, that time seemed to have stood still, save this that for him there was n guard of honor of his old comrades, but their ranks had own too thin to do her honor. And yet the eyes of love could visu. alixe a spirit guard; led by her sol dier husband and father; while th stainless, starry banner, long since I gone back to. God, waved on high and thus "high honor" given to this. laughter" of the loved "came." And so she rests "Oh faithful amid the shadows. And true on the highest strep, God set His sent on your service. Sleep, beloved one, sleep." DORSETTS and SOUTHDOWN MOOR PAT Uuy a Dixie Bred Ham to head your herd. et a Dixie Guarantee Don't tako chances with each Ham. Only a few left. Three Yearling Dorsctt Hams; U Early Spring Dorset! Hams; l Early Hprinir Southdown rams nnd a fuw Domett ewe lamhs ready to ship. Ttim From Thlrtttn StUo Will Qlvo Dally Otmenttratlent ef Mtthod Uoed In Work MsdiU AwanUd. and Ribbon fc th. t'nll'4 HUIm Ip4MmM f Airlcultirs ) I'nllke pre Ion )ean, there will W or competing club no Inriltlduiil group exhibit of member of nnd girls' agricultural and borne economic clntm this year at the Kattcrn States extltlili: Instead the exhibit used by club will Nrtray pnietjoe by meml'cni directed (Pntrd bo' ! Dixie SANDERS BROS. A J. M. AMON, PROP. LANCASTER, KY. Stock Farms. c ed nave ngreru in use notmoK ou sires in all their breeding work. iw-br- Farm and Home News From Over Kentucky HHl S t It tn More than 30 Marion county farm rr(( hav,, hvrn mAtttll by McCrack-er- s have grown soybeans in their corn n count. farroi. t0 jw UIP( on ,,.ro. for the first time during this summer 0Bltrilll0IM xvhlch w, j,, lIirtP,i thi ,. for the purpose of improving their fj Cwnty Mfftt M.. soil, and provhling an economical fHr Mn w. Th,. v(,Up f combination feed for hogging otr. mtmltiKe hvely intctwt fflt County Agent II. J. Childress say. nfnB fnrmr, M amtMt every cm- Steady progres is being made in mun y, County f Uru,. t..,tir(ren rarlonds of limestone al- - j ,,,,,,. ,ri, tne campaign uesigncu to erauicaiei A IV nrV rn. .nv jW county ' tuberculosis from tftM(M, g ,,y 00.ton Mn. caMle herds, County Agent J. K. uWp f.Tm,. w.t Huff- Spencer .ys. A total of 1.10 cws)n(( comn)Untly recently were tested in one week for Twenty tubercular cattle recently ' the disease farmer! were found m rtOO animal teted Sixty-thre- e I'nion cunty have enrolled in the "lletter Sire Nel.on count) ilunng a single month lletter Stock" campaign being eon ,n connectiun with the drive being ducted over the state by the i xte'i conducted to eradicate thi disenv sion div.i'n of the College of gro from herd of the county, Count) cultt re nt Lexington, according ..' Agent C 1. Id:) sa)s , Poultry at Eisttm State Espotltion. the fnlted State ivpnrtment of Atrrl culture and state agricultural col' House Construction Cell Attention of Poultrymcn With th dull season nf the farm poultry business close at hand, many! Kentucky farmers are expected to take advantage of the opportunity to get their hen house in shape for the winter poultrymcn at the College of Agriculture say. The annual fall culling of flocks soon will be finished while many other detail connected with thv farm tlock already have asfor this sumed minor importance year. In this state, where the cli mate l Kubject to sudden change of need suitable temperature, folw hou-e- s before they can produce the in winter. largest number of egg The more comfortable a hen i made the greater her egg production is apt Successful poultrymcn now recog nize thnt the poultry house should fulfill nt least six main requirements. air. These are: 1. Plenty offrcsh L' Plenty of sunlight. Il Dryness. Freedom from drafts, it Dur ability. C Low cost. While these are some of the main points to be considered in building or remodeling poultry house, there are a number of others that should Among other receive attention. tliinirs. the nests, roost and equip ment of the house should be so ar ranged that all of the floor space may be used for scratching. Placing the house on a good foundation that is constructed to be rat- proof nnd free from moisture Is another important point. Solid con crete walls or posts can be used al though wooden post are used most Solid concrete foundacommonly. tions and floors are meeting with increased favor among poultrymcn. In building the walls, it is important be to remember that they should constructed to prevent drafts, retail. heat, prevent the condensation of moisture and have a smooth surface that may be kept free of mite an I ther vermin. The two most popu lar styles of roof are the The former is and the shed-roosatisfactory when the house li deeper than Hi feet while the chief advantage of the latter are its ease of con struction and economy of material. Kxtension Circular No. 107 ha been prepared by the college to help farmer and poultrymcn with their It may be flock housing brolilems. obtained free by writing thu Kxperi-meSatlon, Lexington. hulf-monit- I to be. thirty-thre- e In the space allotted the club will 1 wish to sell privately, my on Danfrom the fann of be show ii exhibit Kllzntx'th Farley, near Amherst, Mn. ville Avenue, just outside the City Limits in Lancas- Knrley Is a former club mem. Mis Lr' her. now connected with club work as Modernly eiuipped with CITY WATER AND The exhibit will In a local leader. HOUSE OF EIGHT ROOMS, WITH LIGHTS. elude dairy row, sheep, pics and BATH, ALL IN GOOD REPAIR. TWO ACRES OF poultry. The swine wtll be In n model GOOD LAND, ORCHARD, GOOD BARN AND pnddock, with polony house, shade, OTHER OUT BUILDINGS. concrete wallow, Terms reasonable; possession .January 1st, ltHJIt. and creep. Those desiritiK to look over property may call Mis Farley Won Prize. me over Paint Lick phone 1 Farley lecan her work a a Ml rliiti member In 101.1 at the age of ten. when she rnled some aters. exhibited them at the fair, but recclted no prize. Undaunted she tried for two i more jear when she won the econd prize of fiMl After thnt he en la reed her urthltle to Include hens; iier )..'ng cuH will b nfter the hen she added Vies In H'l, Member of divisional war organi-- l a 'rophies, one to the or- on ns. zations will have no difficulty Since winning the second prize guntiation snowing me greatest tern, some of lier product hae taken locatimr their former "huddle at and the other to the "out-lit- " prize enrh year. In !!H she continthe American Legion national conhaving thr grentet number of ued her work rnMng ben, plus nnd In N'ew Orlean next month, men n cow, but she withdrew from cometl-tlo- vention in the Legion perade which will according to the committee on divis- be held W.lBedoy. October Stk. having had six jear of club At present she ha, a a ion reunion. The following organizations will result of her club sork, J3 head of A booth will be established in the laying hen. .' stock, about N hold reunions during the convention: chickens, three horse - one u saddle Legion home at which members of Society of 'i2nd. Kngineer. Society She lin wra organization only, may register horse nnd three wncon. Ugbt Uailway, of Wind. KngiHeur e clothed herelf for three jrar and I their convention ndilre, home Kvacuntlon Hospital Number 1. lth helping pay for the fann where she and the name of the orcuHian-tioInfantry of the Seventh Division. now ha her stock. to which they belong. Invitations have been tendered to the Demonstrate Club Work. Tuesday. October 17th, will be following order to hold their reun- Itesldes this exhibit. to demonstra gtve reunion day and a hall to be used 'ion here: Military Order of the tion team from l.'t slntes will r that purpose will be provided for .World War, lluckeye Div.sion ,so-Idally demonstration of methods their club work. The ilemmistm jm. various "oullits" that contem-- ciatioti. War Society of the K7th. Air Service tor are chosen by their repectle j pj.,!,, hni ling iim..ihiI gathering j Division nnd Clichy slnte on account of their ability In Llmuit..,.ou,!v w ,u M e national con Supply Dept I I this work. There will be. also. l from the snnie l.'t judetng team states, and exhibit of ten line or . club work will be Juilced, This wlll'g gle the teiiin mid other club liiem-- , v berx present th" oportlllilty to hlch stnndnrtl iiiilmnl. products, nnd other materials. Kxperts wtll Kite for plndng the exhibit rensoti Judged, which will Increase the edii cntlmial nlue if thi feature. Medal will be uunrded all nnd riblHiii Hum showing proficiency In Judging, If cltlb nieinhen. wlll to exhibit their products: they may enter the general contest open to all exhibitor. A radio outfit Installed on the ex Kiltlnii ground nt Camp Vnll will' make It possible for club member to s, receive leee. NICE CITY RESIDENCE FOR SALE resident self-feed- CLARENCEJGREEN. T' jde. American Legion Newstvrn,"n n 1 ad-dr- 1 n i n 1 lt 1 M "lld M.tllli1 1 mes-iige- MORE Crop LIME TO HELP CLOVER of I Ofttn Hlndsrsd by Lack Mattrlal Other Cautt of Poor SUnd. whlrli doesn't eouie well Is In most rnscN hlnden! by lack of lime, necordlng to the Stale Agrlcul lurnl itillege at Ithnca. It cites, also, seveml other causes, ninong which art winter killing of southern grown need. lliui.o,uate drnlniiKe, unit too heay eedlng of the iiurso crop. WE HAVE A FEW Cloer Weber Wagons m 9 & on hand which we are closing out at $35.00 lesi than factory prices today. If you need a wagon, now is your chance. i 1 TOOLS REQUIRED IN GARDEN Becker & Ballard BRYANTSVILLE, KENTUCKY. J With Proper equipment, Work Among Chamber of United Junior Plant Bocomt Ploasuro Insttad of Drutry. Commerce, whose organization Is men about 05 per cent regurd the gurden u u Most will send about l,f00 delegate to during impromptu reunion, to be held place to hoe and pull weed an pare hour); a sort of tiwewmry ell. during convention week. Ttd attitude con usually be traced Dewey did It and so did UFol- - to Inadequate eulpinent. With proier tool and timely attention, cure of tho lette. The gmrtoa IxcouiM The housewife of today Is as much of a business woman as the lady who works in an oiriee or conducts a business, and she keeps her household and personal allowance in a hank, issues checks in pay-iiithe household expenses or rcKulur hills. They II ti it it an easy way to keep track of thu monthly outlay anil more convenient than thu eternal bother of haviiiK change on hand to pay tradesmen's hills. tf ft CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK. pleur. Thm Heaulree Much Annual Capital. Public service corporatlona of Iht United States require; new capital of 20,(M1'U," annually. Mors Commercial Candor, Shoe Polish Dt'iiiotialnitor - Ami L already ruined your shoei joii linti-u'- l wild other (tenner this will do It" work. Ollf Central Record, Lancaster. Ky., Thursday Sept 21,1 922 HESSIAN FLY IS INJURIOUS PEST Farmers Are Urged to Wait (or e Local Date lefore Sowing Any Wheat. Fly-Fre- I We Are Heady, Are You? The $50,000 Operation By HUBERT RAY nilllllllllimillllllllimillllMIIIHHHtttiiS tjtrilsht, lilt, WMi.rn Nsiii4Mr UiUsn. ''Ilrealho aw ay I llreuthe away, Mr. rotherlngay." Tiiere whs deference even In the voice, of the utiesthetlst, and In thfl way In; deferentially placed tho ether coin over .Mr, Kothorlnguy's nose, for. It was a f.7i,M) operation, nnd Mr.j rotherlngay sun muny times u millionaire Ye, tliat waM Mr. Kotherlngiiy, that hulk l)lng unconscious upon the gluts-toppi-tuble; that bloated bulk of ii whom l'rofessor mail, to operuto Dpenhltu hud been summoned by special train from Cblcngo. Tim table containing tho tnunlmat form of Vnifetsvr Openhltn'a patient was WiTeeled Into tl'l fifVefallnj tbetj Tho benches vTre ter adjoining. pdckod with ay ljls l ttudajts und many melicnl m-of tho city, who had assembled to see something reunited from the stnmucli of Mi, 1 ui-o- Mlnltttii to Foollili Fad. lit staled to WotlMII In u have accumulated tunc by running for I li pet dog ciety. " "I'fiui) pirlor" 'f fashionable so- "nifrlll fr HEAVY INFESTATION III PAST Mother's Wonderful Love. The lujster) "f u mother's love, the aeiisltltcliess of her j mimthy. the vnsliicsi of vision of her Intuition, the can neveuhllmlty f Alexander Lyons. er be surpassed Qrtst Otal of Crop Ndtsnly Lost Unwilling Last Spring by Tho to Walt Until Danger Lin, Had Btsn PsmkJ, r It -- CUanlng Hint. house sprinkle When you're (tin clothes closets wlt n little water ii steeped In whMi tubuiee bus ml then sprinkle wiih a little eidrlta the of camphor The lat'er together they ii dor if the fur ." ttice !) moths, Mill privent niiti ys COMMISSIONER'S I'nllxt SUI tf lhf Asitrullur I tlpitmnl Wheat growers are urgnl by the t'nltol Htntes Department of Asrlrul-tur- e to oli date their local for nowlng. In every state when1 there has !een heavy Infestation by the Hessian My III the past the state etpertmetit statlini and the county neetits have taken steps to uork out n wife date, after which suwltig mlKtit be stnrti-It was; found lust spring that a great deal of wheat was needlessly lost liy those Mho were tinwll nJ,rl re Immense STOCK AT tly-fre- rotherlngay. SALEM CAItHAKI) W. II. LAND I f s I Katlr ('.rlgirs, Admrv ukcm , c rot it al. uT I".aint.tT-Vs- . Defendants Meet, et al. Pursuant to n Judgment rendcrc i at the August Trrm. 19l!2. the un j derslgncd Commissioner will sell public nuction, to the highest aril. t bidder at the Court House door' In I.ancnter, hy., at II u clock. A. M , or thereabout, on .MONDAY, Sni'TK.MHKU 'T,ih, VJ22 mentioned in Urn the real estate pleadings ami described as fol'ows In OnrrarJ (.'aunty. Kentucky nn being rtesertiieii in live irnris in i" llwglnni.'g ' I'" n' Tract No. er near the middle fN- I 'a i' I 1 iN' Creek, earner to S 'I I S l i'rewitt) ; thence with said V. AS1 ivoles U .1 slake .n line to Jones Simpson hi a small ilrain and I feet S. of n marked mhilr walnut, earner t Mid bt; thnr with Simp-nule to a tine. N. M., V. 2 stake an a hill, earner to same; thence N. SIS. K U Hles to a point In the mnt f i'alnt I.irk. corner to 'ltHmM Sebaittan; thence up ml. I creek. H. 71. K. SO pole to the containinir 1 4 acr". Tract No : lletrinninff a' a point on the Vrt bank of I'a.. I l.ick ('reek at the mouth of a ilr.n. corner to the 111.31) acre olit to l.utie tletHW. thence up Mid dram S rtOS. V. 27 ole to a take. H. 17 , W. .1.14 pole to a olnke, to n corner in line with thence to Jav Simon; Vet iil'i hU line North 5S., aiil line, polei to a tnke in corner to lot No 'i (W. Tun.tlJI line to aid lot. N. I'rewitt); thence .12, K. 71 poles to I'amt Lick Creek, corner to name; thence up ald creek, 1 : 1 61 T SINS mmmmmmmmmszmmmummmmmmmwmmmrmmmmmmmmmmmmmsmmmKatmm In l- it Harvesting Grain With Stlf Bindtr. lly 't 1 h!hi were tfit innxerleil to the Idea of Lite sowing nihil t the llesslun tl) pest To where It wns prevalent lnt year the UmhJ every pissie oxjMty nceiit clwiiiu'l for advertising tlie tl) tnv dale mid for iirgltii! that It be strictly Ill no state was the iliite HWried. r ..er IIIU to wait until einercetire was: than epteml-e- r 21. and In departtiient stiKCi-stthat similar lnetli(Ns for Infonnlng fanner of the safe time to plant may be fulhrntsl this s many counties planting was net run sldered safe till nfter October I. The Cash store SPECIALS Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays Watch the Record Every Week for Special Prices THIS VEEK Work Shir- tothers asking 90c We sell at No. 1 month. Actlv, Fly Campaign. i tly Ohio hnd an net he lust fall In .11 counties, Studies were made at ltti euierKence caRt-the' state eiperlinental fann mid from these ere compared with ii I mlerntlnn Ihui. Counresult In ty riimtnlttees of fiirnnr, ilolrrmlDrd the safe dates for each particular section Ctrcillars mid letters on the subject were dlstrtbtllel ua widely us Many county fair rxhlblts were arranged, In Auglnlie county otie lux represented the wheat op, and was ''Sown too nrly," and the other showed no wheat because It was "sown aftrr safe dato." An accompanying label ran, "llessluu tly will leave for new llelds In September; which Held will It chooser Hatched llesstun tiles Were shown us ethlblts, alsi (Misters giving the life history of the tly Schcol teuchent received nipli of Hessian lly literature to use fur the agricultural lesson In September Advertlstd "Wild BJnoi." The llniicotk county agent bad a display that drew the attention of hundreds of iktmium to the tly menace. He advertised the "Wild Itjnoi, the most expensive unlinnl In the stale of Ohio," and led the crowd to a Hessian lly under n watch costal. Kenrby slens described Its control, I'alil advertising was frequently to. Individual cards were iniilliil to every farmer In county whose natne nppeareil on the tax list. In Marlon county it rubber stump was made for the county ugetit'H olllce giving the lly freo date. It was used on every piece of mall that went out. As n result of these various methods of campaigning In Ohio n very small percentage, from two to ten farmers In u county, Ignored the lly free date last full, so that the outlook this season Is Improved. Similar lictlvltleit were carried on In Kansas, Missouri, Indiana, Illinois, New York and Pennsylvania, In La bette county, Kansas, ull Infested wheat was plowed under In the spring and farmers were mrtlcularly urgisl to destroy volunteer wheat that bad lly cropped up during the summer, far the most satisfactory control of the Hessian lly pest, however, has been achieved by complete of all fanners In each section, In observing the local lly free date for Miwlng wheat lles-slut1 Aiu-liilr- e enm-patg- n Kotherlngny hnd swallowed a hard, round metallic object. So the had revealed. Theru In Mr. Kothrrliicny'a stomach In terfertng with the proccssi-- s of db getting lobster u la New hurt and other viands such ax are prep tired for men of Mr. I'otherlnguy'a social position. "How did )ou come to swallow tliutl" the surgeon had asked Mr. Kotherlngiiy -Must have been biting It," Mr. Kotherlnguy rescinded. nurses wen grouped The wblte-nibeIn a solid phalanx about the operating tnble. At least half a dozen of l'rih ?esor (ipenhlm's nssfstants wcr present to usslst. Unu hud to hold the forceps, another Inserted sponge In thu wound that was to bo Inflicted upon Mr. rotherlngay. Others wera simply there to lend prestige to Professor 0icnhlm and to dignify the dsy fur It wns a $."i."iO operation. Mr. Kotherlngiiy was well known In the city, not only ns the richest man, but us the biggest sklnttjnt Imaliv He was Hie sort of man who able. would foreclose on u widow's mortgage and turn a starving child from his door. Nevertheless, such was the prestige of Mr. Kotherlngay that even his Incredible meannesses vunlslird Into nothingness the stupendous fact of his wealth. Tliff surgeon took his scalpel In lilsj hand, and a low sigh of distress went up as he made un Incision In the body of Mr. Kotherlngay. Only a man It seemed sacrilege. r with nerved so well attuned as 0enhlm'H could havo ventured utxin tho net. Nevertheless, once he had begun he continued lust ns If Mr. Kotherlngay had been an ordinary pa-- ' Mr. small, much It lay, e Pro-fesso- ninc rontalnin 11 acre Tract No. .1: llettlnnint; at a point in or near the middle of i'amt I.Ick Creek, corner to Lot 2; thence poles line to unld lot, S. .1.1, V. 73 to a stake corner to Him1 in line to Jai. .Slmimon; thence with "aid line. V. 214 poles to a take N. in iwiid line in a small drain I feet South of a marked white walnut, corner to Lot No. 4 (J. II. I'rewitt); V.. thence line to wild lot, N. .14 CHU poles to the middle of I'aint l.ick Creek, corner to same; thence le up wild creek. S. 71, K 2.1 to the beginning, containing 10' acres. at a point tract No. 4 : In or near middle of I'aint l.ick Creek, corner to Lot No. 1 (Nuomi Schooler) thence line of lame, S. 3.1, V 71 poles to n stake, corner to Mini' in fine to James Simpson; thence with said line N. OS1,, W. 22 poles to a Make in nairf line, corner to Lot No 3, (Nat I'rewitt); thence with said lot, N. .'!, K. 73 ' poles to ml. Idle of said creek; thence up said creek. S. 71, K. 2.1 pole to the bejinnlfik'. containing Hl'.j acres. Ileeinnint; at the Tract No. mouth of HowliiiKs llratu'li, corner to Hen Wheeler; thence with his line, N. r7, V. 12.1 pole to a xtake in said line and a new- corner: thence new line N. 174, K. .13 ' pole to a stake in a bottom ;thcnce N. lit W. poles to a stake at the mouth of n drain on the bank of I'aint Lick Creek, thence up the creek S. 27 4. S. 71. K. 7 W. S. ih, pole, S. 40. V.. 15 pole. pole to the bcsin- - tlent. Professor OpenhluTa hand did not tremble In the least. Nor did the anesthetist's fingers shake us he slowly and methodically let the ether drip ii'Mtn the cone over Mr. Kotherlnguy's nose. e. 5i. The operation was d.awlng to an end. Mr. Kotherlngay had borne the shock well. He was still unconscious, nnd he had not stirred from first to lust. Only the stertorous breathing had Indicates! that Mr. Kotherlngay' soul stilt Inhabited Its earthly tabernacle. One might have wondered what It was doing while Mr. Kotherlniuy, looking like n distressingly fat turkey, wat bslng carved. Hut such speculations, lint sternly discouraged among physl-dun- s and surgeons, especially of ProThe last fessor Opcphlm'a eminence. stitches wero drawn and the suturing completed. A horrid thought struck all thoso ubuut tho table slmtiltsne-ously- . eep-- SupHse a s'Hinge or a pair of for i had been left In Mr. Kotherln-guy's- ; n Children Hose at Black Men's All Leather $5.00 Dress Shoes ' 5QC Monday, Wednesday and Friday 15c. Monday, Wednesday and Friday $3.50 Monday( - Wedne.day 27 anJ pr;jay K. 1114 poles. S. to the beginnim: .containinc 11 3.4 acres. The purpose of said sale is to Kttiify the Hen debts against same, amounting to the sum of 11,100.00 with Interest from Jan. 1 ,1121, until paid, subject to credit of I .'IS 1.7G paid .March S, 1021, ami the further sum of $1,100.00 with interest at six percent from January I, 1021, until paid, mid the further sum of $1100 00 with interest at six per cent from Jttiuary I, 1021, until paid, and the estimated cost nl this action amount-lu- g to $150.00. THIt.MS; 314, K. 33 poles One 10-- 4 Sheet. Peperell, Lot bleach, 72x90 as AA Blue Serge fS ) 1 1 .09 Monday, Wednesday and Friday fJ.O J QQ SuiU C1 C 0(1 3 1 UaUU Lot Bath Towels sent me by mis- take, 20x41 inches Buck Skin Shoes, heavy winter wear for Men 1 Good Wearers Ll Men'$ Pnt8 CO Aft wound! They counted the sponges and thn Nothing hnd forceps eagerly. And In his hnnd the left behind. surgeon held the metal disk thnt had been taken out of Mr. body. Mr. Kotherlngay was wheeled out o( tho o'lorutlng room, througii the anesthetic room Into the private room that had been ullotted to blm. It was tha most magnificent private room In tha hospital. There Iny Mr. Kotherlngay In bed, looking u little less fat and turkey-llke- , nnd by Ida bedside sat a nurse, wull lug for the moment when Mr, Kotherlnguy might decide to open bis ejes, Mr. Kotherlngay had not opened his eyes, but he was speaking. "Did they tlnd It) IMd they tlnd 111" he asked In a weak whisper. an-- j "Yes, yes. Mr. Kotherlngay," aered the nurse. Mr. Kotherlnguy stretched out hla. hnnd. "Hive It to me," he mattered. 'I Tho nurse took tho metal disk from the bureau nnd placed It la Mr. hnnd. It was a dime. Koth-Ingay- 's 's The sale will be made on a credit ,if ui v mi. I fi, ..I,'.. ..i.ii.ll.. ..I., I ,1... purchaser will be required to execute! bonds with approved security for the! purchaie price, payable to Y. II. .Master Commissioner, due in six and twelve months respectively' with interest at six per cent per nn num from date until paid, haying the' force and vltcct of it judgment upon which execution may issue, and n lien will bo retained on the land until the purchaie money is paid. W. II. 1IUOWN, .Master Cum. misslonvr, (!. C. C. Robinson KaulTman, Attorneys for riffa. Capt. Am Bourne, Auct. 29C. I Lot Men's Shirts, EVERY WEED IS BIG R0IIER Tak, Up Molsturs and Plant Food Ntadtd by Oiffarant Vtg,tabl,s In th Oardtn. Kvery weed In the garden robs the plants of moisture and of plant food, us well us crowds the vegetables Anything siild of garden weeds Is Just as applicable to those watch grow la crops, so with collars One Lot of Men's Dress Shirts for Double Grip Sock Boys School Shirts Supporters $198 46Ci 69Ca 19c. sharpR Um boa uf go aittr Young Salamon. Kllnor Oiyn. the daring novelist, s.ilil nt ii Coronuilo tea: "Youth bus strange ideas. I saw a Angeles boy of rotii'Mialtlon that a fourteen wrote the other dsy on Tha Aces of Mnu.' The composition ran like this: "Tlierti ant three age f man. One, When wo are young we think of tha Ins we will commit whin we grow up. This la the Ace of Innocence. "Two, When we grow up we commit these slits. This la called tha Prime of Life. "Three, When we are old we am orry we committed taea. Tale la o our Datace." Th Central Record. Lancatti, Ky.,Thurtday, Sapt 21 1022 BRADSHAW MILL HERRING HEIGHTS OPPOETUNITY LOT SALE School Tabids. A. II. Bsstln A Co. S, X, Sander traded cow from Mote Casey. for milk A large number of friends gveMr. Carl linker quite n surprise Sunday, with everything good to eat. A delightful time was had by nil. 20 Building Lots IN SUBURBS OF LANCASTER, KY., AT Mr. and Mr. Edd Roberts enter-tame- d Mr. and Mr. Hob. Mnberley and Miis Allene Moberley, Mr. ami Mrs. Jcsh' Land, of Huthton, Sunday Tonic food value, body, real quality is in every bottle of at dinner The pie supper last .Saturday night netted n nice little sum, not to have any contest of any kind. The highest pie sold was Mis Gillian's, which brought fXOO. About tVJ.OO was realized. Mr. and Mrs. S. X. Sanders had for their guests from Richmond, Sunday, Mr. and Mr. James II. Pearson and son, Mr. and Mrs. Alfonl William and Mr. and Mrs. Wm. S. Ray ami baby, of Pleasant Hill. Mr. and Mrs. Grant Sanders and son, of this Budweiser Made famous by the AUCTION ON THE PREMISES AT 2:30 P. ML 15 of manufacturers Ale, Bevo, A. B. Ginger A.B.Root Beer. A.B. place. Draught. A.B. Barley Malt Syrup. Malt Nutrinc and other products. Thursday. Sept. 28th Herring Heights, that new subdivision, situnted between Richmond street and the Buckeye pike, in hearing distance of the town clock. Look it over and be convinced that this is the choicest subdivision available about the city of Lancaster; excellent surroundings, grand view and drainage and the ground surface lies most suitable for building purposes. Start now to lay the corner stone for a HOME. These lots are exclusive, yet are within the reach of any one. TERMS EXCEEDINGLY ATTRACTIVE. THIS IS NO PUT UP THAT'S WHAT WE MEAN. WHAT'S THAT? AND TAKE DOWN SALE, AS WE ARE ALREADY REASONABLY ASSURED OF AN ABSOLUTE SALE OF EVERY LOT THAT WILL THAT DAY $100.00 (AND UPWARDS) THE LOT BE .OFFERED Not one lot to be sold that is not worth twice that for a garden spot, cheaper than cemetery lots. These lots are big enough, 50 feet wide, good depth, and all fronting a wide avenue running Kastwardly or parallel with Richmond street. Citv conveniences will be available. But. they are going and at $100 Each if no January on day of sale, more is bid. In four payments: Can you beat it? If you think so, look this 1st., balance in G and l'Jmonths. subdivision over, then compare it with any other. We say it is an opportunity for any one seeking a small home in a good location through his savings account. This sale will last but one hour, so remember the day and hour and be on hand. Anv one will be shown over thirplot before day of sale. One-fourth one-four- th THOMAS ft HAMILTON POOR RIDGE School Tabids. A. II. Dattin A Co. Mrs. Sim Kay spent Thursday with Mrs. Lewis Simpson, Mr. Caleb Johnson is visiting relatives in Jackson county. Mis Eda Ilruner is visiting her aunt, Mrs. Caleb Johnson. Mrs. Caleb Johnson, who has been ill the past week is improving. Mr. Cleo P.ay and little son, J. K. visiteil Mrs. James I. Sander Mon- On September Kith., .10 friend and relatives gathered nt the beautiful country home of Mr. and Mr. Grant Sanders, near here, u a surprise, with their b.iket tilled with good things to eat, it being Mr. Sanders' birthday. Several present were brought. Those present were. Mrs. Elizabeht llamm, Mrs. Major llamm, ami family. Mrs. Clay Long, all of Silevr Creek; Mr. and Mr. Edd ANHEUWH-nUVRoberts and children, Mr. and Mrs. INC, 3T LOOI5 Sidney linker, Mrs. licit Il.iker nndi Miss llessie Ilaker, Mr. and Mrs. HuBottling Co. bert Long, Mrs Robert Wannoth, iHitrlbulof Mr. Iva Hendren, Mr. and Mrs. S.I X. Sender and daughter. Miss Xan- - J Crab Orchard, Kentucky nle, Mr. Hiram Ray, Mrs. Xorn Teat-- j er, Mle Sallie Lou and Ethel Ray, Dr Pryor, Mrs. Roy Sander, Mr. and Mr. Wm. S. Ray, Mr. anil Mrs. Fan for Each Hotel Quttt. Planet Nsm.d Alt.r th Qoda. Phillip Moore, and Mr J no. Sander. Eery Jnpanest hotel ha a fnn, j iiaiiiet The lUi.et dorltisl tlit-lI tit Music was furnished by Miss Ethel clftl In ItM'Ir. cnnulnlric a view uf from the mjrtU.clfnl tfnd or gi) Ray. on the piano, A delightful day hotel and n hlKlng from the writ irsjo. One of thine u was spent by all. All left wishing lre of Confucius. ghen to the departing etiest. tn) to spend many more day like the one Tin Can. All hl lailjr was i nOig the street just spent. Mads No Hit With th. Womtn. ifg ran Into her he i4hi-- .iy (lid Dr. John.uti wrote an Intrndist it!i rti turrr taut It kmwVed tier An exchange says "let brotherly aumorous dniUI)i ' f the wedding Iohii. J u.i Hwti a ligfct auto rati love continue." Hut why not let it ring which stlred flr him a jrfect Mer rr U'.rmMH witnessing the prv.tllliptlou. begin? Jelutfe of ahU'e Nt Id In Ker nltnnc- - lie lecidwit in circular "A rins U He said laid 'IJi'li "I that US liKTt JiiuT Some people gain riches in their! I of hogs u"Mi t lis iiox-Ur liil.-- t i little timed and Vdreams and proceed to spend them tin the facers f ui.iii.-i- i to hrlnc turt me, i. I them Into MiM- - . i, '' to It tnll." t n, '! In thcr waking hours. .'i fifty-seven- th Crib Orckard r r i 11 DOINGS AT PAINT LICK Interesting News of East End Capitol Gathered By Alert Correspondents School TabtrU. A. II. t Batin & Co. d MUs Ida Hurt spent the at home. .Mr. Wm. Hurt, Sr., ! very ill at thU writing. Miss .Mill Curtis was the guest of Mis. Cynthia Prultt Sunday. Mr. S. M. Davis has returned from a visit to relatives in Knoxville. week-en- Mrs. Elmer Weldon has been a visitor in Paint Lick the past week. Miss Alma Lear is nt Chickasaw College, in Pontotoc, Miss., teaching music. Miss Jennie Park is expected for a visit to Miss Lucy Francis in the near future. Mr. Ollie Iloian visited hi Mr. Lewis Nave and grand chil- dren, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Logsdun went to llra.tield Sunday to see his mother, who is ill. Mis lloorom, of Cincinnati, ha been a visitor of Miss Margaret Francis for several days. Mr. and Mrs. Wm.' Green were week-envisitors of her parents, .Mr. and Mm. U'm. Hurt, Sr. family, Mr. I!. J. Chestnut und were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Adams at Urodhead Sunday. Mrs. P. A. Hervey and children, are in Louisville, this week visiting her aunt, Miss Allie Ilrown. Mr. and Mm. Dwlght llowmun, of Mt. Vernon, were the guest Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Wynn. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Smith, of Smith, Ky., were visitors of their neice, Mrs. - H, Ledford ami Mr. Ledford. Mrs. V. M. Ltddell, of Louisville, has arrived to make her home with her daughter, Mrs. I. II. Davis. Mr. Carl Pigg, of Knoxville, has returned home after a pleasant visit with his parents, Mrs. S. M. Davis. Mrs. C. It. Dinwiddle, of Louisville, was a visitor of her sister, Mrs. L. II. Davis, the first of this d Mis Cynthia Pruitt went to Uerea Wednesday to enter school where she expects to prepare for missionary work. Wednesday evening Dr. and Mrs. It. J. Walker and Mr. and Mrs. Woods Walker were guests of Dr. and Mrs. F. II. Smith. Mr. and Mr.. U. S. Allison, of Ountenville, AU., spent the past week with her sister, Mrs. II. F. Ilrown and Ilrown. Mis- Kllen and Cynthia Pruitt delightfully entertained the Christian Endeavor society of the Christian church, on Tuesday evening. Mr. and Mr. Harry Hood have to their home at Ashland, nf-ta week's visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Lay ton. Miss llurdetta Itamsey left the past week for Virginia where she will uttend school and will be with her uncle. Mr. Telhe Ilamsey. Mrs. Jack Wagers, of Richmond, entertained at bridge Tuesday afternoon, in honor of Mrs. C. It. ur e. PiUic Sale OF day. Mrs. Adrian Metcalfe and children spent Friday with Mrs. Walker Bur-dett- week. Mlue Iva Ledford and Elsie Hoop visitors of Mr. and were week-enMrs. Wilton Urandcnburg, in d Several from here attended the burial of II. C. Ford In I.anca.ter, Sunday afternoon. Mrs. It. Z. Pric ehas returned home after a few day visit with Mrs. Walker llurdette. Mr. and Mrs. Harney East, of Huck-ey- e are visiting the latter' parents, Mr. and Mrs. It. II. Preston. Miss Agnes Simpson spent a portion of last week with her sister, Mrs. Speed Sherrow, at Mt. Hebron. There will be a pie supper at Scotts Fork Saturday night, Sept. 23rd., nt 7.30 o'clock. Everybody is cordial-l- y invited. Mrs. L. H. Davis who is visitor. Mr. and Mrs. Preston Snyder and Mr. It. K. AAins, pastor of the children, Mr. and Mrs. Sale Hurt and 1st. Unitarian church, of Louisville, children, spent Sunday with Mr. and and Mrs. Askins, were in Paint Lick Mrs. Cleo Ituy. Monday and railed on Mr. and Mrs. Misses Pe.irlie and Peachie Mae I.. 11. Davis. Hurt ami Miss Ora Prayther, were visitor of (Juite a number from here attend- the pleasant week-enliruner, in Jessamine ed the revival at Leavell Green the Mrs. Itobert past week, which was conducted by county. Mr. and Mr. Jas. I. Sanders and Ilaker, of Herea. About UK Itev. were added to the church during little daughter, James Charlotte, attended church --in Lancaster Sunday these services. and were dinner guests of Mr. and The ladies of the Christian church Mrs. Coy S. Sanders. will conduct a cake sale at the store of Logsdon & Co., on Saturday afForce of necessity, it seems, is ternoon, Sept. '.'3rd. Come and get a cake for your Sunday dinner at a making the llapper a Hopper. reasonable price. Angling for the finny tribe is great Itev, Cleo Purvis, of Itavenna. was sport, but catching them is a deal in Paint Lick Friday to preach the more satisfactory. funeral of Mrs. Sum Ward, who died in Chicago and was burled in old Few difficulties are too gnat to be Mr. Purvis overcome by the person who lays "I Paint Lick cemetery. was the guest for dinner of Mr. and Will" und lives up to it. Mrs. J. D. Ilurchell. A vonian has a leglma'c right to Success does not always come to go through her husband pockets, him who wait. The huttler steps for how else could the mend the in between and hogs it. hotel! Stock and Farm Implements AT TEN O'CLOCK, A. M. Wednesday, September 27th At the farm of T. J. Underwood, on the Richmond und Lancaster Pike, between , Manse anil Paint Lick. Having rented my farm, and purchased property in Lancaster whuro I ahull move in a few days, I will sell at the high dollar, on the above date, the following personal property. One team of mules; one horse mule, 1(5 hands high, (5 years old; one mare mule, 15I'-- hands, 8 "years old, fat and exceptional good qualities. One driving and saddle mare, ten years old, fat and a beauty. 1!(5 Shropshire ewes, no better in the county, und one pure bred .Shropshire rum; one Jersey heifer and some shouts. 150 bales of good timothy hay; about 50 e wagon; one shocks of fodder mid about - barrels com. One e wugon harness; io .Mowing wagon. Set of double harness; .Machine; one Hake; one Disk Harrow; one Section Harrow; ltuggy harness; e Corn Drill. Several stands of bees. About (55 acres one Huggy; one of year. A lot of '2 inch iron pipe, IG feet long. of good grass for balance Some household furniture, and a lot of small items too numerous to mention. This property must sell and the high dollar gets it. Terms mnde known on day of sale, and will be extrn libernl. A good note due in six months will be taken as quickly as cash. Come whether you want to buy or not. When you see the property and hear the bids und terms, you might chnnge your notion. 1- ' d two-hors- one-hor- se one-hors- one-hors- T. J. A. T. Scott, Auctioneer. UNDERWOOD Th Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday Sept 2 DISCUSS PLANS FOR MANY "LICE Sowbeans Prove Worth OPEN DRIVE ON REMEDIES" ERADICATION OF "TB" GASOLINE GREAT To Morgan County Ilnvo laittlu KfTect on Vermin, Short Mcn.miru Si'lliiin Costs Men Eastern Conference Favors Area Tests Imlicate; L'so of Soj I 1 . 1922 dium Kltioridi: Urned Yunr, According to Soybean have proved their worth Many lice remedies being to farmer in another Kentucky cotinKstlnintvH of Auto widely advertised throughout the ty, according to It. K. Stephenson, Association country at the present time n ef anil and crop specialist of the Col-- ( lege of Agriculture, who recently re-- 1 Washington "Short measure" llnent methoiia of ridding hen. of turneil from Morgan county where1 selling of gasoline wns estimated re- lice and mites apparently hnvc little the beans were grown for the first' cently by the National Motorists' As. if any fllVct upon thl vermin, acIn view of the adoration to be costing purchuiers cording to result obtained at the time thin ummrr Kxperimrnt Kenturky Agricultural good allowing which the beam have 5UO.000.000 n year. ami n hay Station in recent teats of their worth. innde a ass! Improver Thw llgure wns Imsed on an ' Vovr at them ued on Infested nop it la probable that the acreage t.inole that each of ten Million moaecded in the county will be nrronscd tor sts buya two gallon of gusoline hens in the station poultry (lock, I to the direction of their ne.xt year. dnll), and that the nverogc filching county farmer) front "short measure nrtisU" amounts manufacturer, failed to reduce the A few Morgan planted the soy in their corn for to two pinta in eneh live giilbnu. re number of parasite on the bird, to James Holmes Martin, in while sulting in a total daily ! to oil improvement purposes of one million imIIo-- , valued charge of the station poultry work. seeded the bean broadcast for j other Inquiries from vnriou. parts of the Ijiao.OllO. hny. Good results were obtained in i at i.pproximnlel.t stale indicate that acores of farmer The astf laliun announced its both cne. I.rge numbers of no- to combat the "srwrt meas- and poultrymen are being misled by dulca, that contain the liarterln cap- the advertisement, of these remedies. able of tlrawing nitrogen from the) ure" selling. Herent ttU with "fraud detecting Questions concerning their worth also found on the roota of the air, were plant Indicating that a considerable devices, rnrefull) made under utficlnl have been common at the poultry amount of thl. valuable plant food ' auspice" by representative of au- culling demonstrations being held said, over the state by the extension diwill be added to the .soils of the coun tomobile clubs, the statement "develop the astounding fact that out vision of the College of Agriculture, ty by the soybeans. the poultrymert say. Cowpcas formerly constituted the. of a mi ml it of purchase. of ga in Two of the four rcmodic given a lota, there was a shortage chief legume crop grown In the rutin- running from one to three pints each trial on the atation farm are said ty, but in ninny case the bean have! by their manufacturer to be ao efgiven better result this year than' in "Vrr AO pr rent of the test fective that the hens have only to Despite, the fact that made." the pea. These test were conducted chief-Iv- . drink the water containing them in most of both the brans and peat were it was said, in Cleveland, Louis-illi- - order to kill all lice and mite. The y grown on good bottom land, the and Kansa.s City, although in manufacturer of another claim that! demonstrated that they were better lice and mites are destroyed by the I able to withstand the drouth exper- one large city only or two ease. of villi r of his product when n bottle iences throughout the state this ear lllehmg was reported. of it U suspended in the coop or I One akepticfcl former in the cuurit hen house. Still another claims that1 who was growing the beans and peas Mother-To-B- e, treatment with hi product will renaide by aide to determine which was der the fowls absolutely immune. best suited for hi land produce. "Despite all that is claimed by about n .1100 txrtind of pea and I. tlrr la a arnn.lrrful xuftt" t all ri . r. iee various products, sodium ilour-ilrwlant mm bars. U'brn ih Mm. 000 pound of be.tr an acre rltra. J on ran ba Ibal moment mare (ran which may be purchased at any rum man joij Ileans being grown in the aii.e Sitrr ptuirriDif nuaaiDnl. dn g store, ha proved in trials that rBara row with corn are prubab') g'Vitig the As rnilnml ih)lrlti. it i the most effective remedy known In acinic, greatest satisfaction since fnrtnrr of tiaa ahown tkla wajr II ltr Aral fur uce and mite on poultry," Mr. waa ta whn the county have found that 'his is an t rrUimlf. Martin sanl. "The dip method of Malb.ra Trland." lrs. economical method of supplying hu. treating the bird i recommended J. llarimau, mus and nitrogen to improve their Ia. aaia. fir, ro -llur.ng the warm das of summer." With niir depleted soils. A large fart of the rMMrrn I tad a ilixlor One pound in about ten gallons of a nil a nura -" ami than must be I bottom lands of the ru, wntir la sufficient to treat lo0 birds. Iff tad ta UN I nl with aeeiled to corn year nfter year. Hy laf lail In dipping the hen, they are held in rlill.lrrn I uac.l growing lienns with the corn an. I sow MoUrr'a I'rlanit and hid cnlr a nora; one hand by their wings and comsir l.a.l nu lima In art a ilixtor lraua ing a cover crop in the fall '.' pre I waan'l rr aUk vuly stiuut Iru ur pletely submerged, the feather on vent erMion anil leaching and to uirru uimuira. their body being rulfled by the free MtH f VTrtta Ijt ttVuVIi fr -r ftrnish a crop to plow un.li-- in the ut. .1 aM ika Italia akkk mttrtritM hand of the persons doing the treat.... Moailka xiuitniM tax. aaj all atomrxiaiaxi,r l spring, the fertility of the Morgan taw liml ing while the birds are thus subrw.4a.kl IVaaMKf, nt II. be mre rtfert.velv -- JUUM I rriabl U a.U l UtuM ailiala lla merged. In county lands ran nMlatMaa. cooler weather the mamaintained than m an ut.tr w j McHOBERTS DRUG STORE , ter. al is applied dry form. i.s i d tire-gallo- n I Motorists $90,000,000 Plan of Testing. Leading Chlctgo Packtra CprM Inttntlon of Paying Premium for Animali From Farm With Accredited Herds. (ITap.rsl A THERE Read This I'M-dy- e, rtrl . rWrsu-Ian- In.tru-mania- lr. irM .,-,- l.l in t'nlla.l aialaa tr tha Aarlrulluia ) Daparlmaat al Tim Kastern Stales; Tuliereillosl conference, beld nreiitly at Hartford, 1'iinn., considered tnrlou problem In tlin way of eriiillrntliin of ltd plague from rattle and bog, hut the greatest iniplmaN una given to the area plan of testing cuttle and Hie result that Put one on this week Iiiim thus far resulted from It.s use. The moat encouraging fart brought and team something new nut waa that the leading lliinigo about tire economy. jTaBBaaBBW'aro7aBBaaWBBT pucker recently etpri-wseIn ii resi lutlon their Intention of palng a premium of III eenta a hundred (Miiinds fur ling bred and fill In nnd ahlpped frori rnuntliis aeerisJIted by Mule nnd federal authorities aa being free of tuberculosis and the name for those briil and fed and shlpM-- from Individual farm on which the herds have been accredited a belnjf free of the disease. Ilrreder and business men present at the conference were of the opinion Hint the iiri-plan I. the most economical jet devlaed and that It afford the maximum protection to hiTils against reinfection. One prominent New England breeder and milk producer said Hint when tuberculosis wns eradicated from a herd there were much fewer complaint of losses from other cntisesj, audi a shy breed-In- g nnd calf disorder. Federal and state men who are engaged In tuhercuiosla eradication work Prices on Gc?J rurnerr Car Tint and Tubes were unanimous In urging that there ore not uhect to iWrrul Excise Tax, (he tax should be a "white Kit", n tuherrii-lnl.fri- s ftaWng been ubsorbetl by the munuaclurer. county. In each atnte aa aixin frvsj areua are the ill nslile. These best kind of demonstration to the rest of the Ntale of the good that come Itev. Morton, Presbyterian minister, BUENA VISTA through aueli ciMiprrntlve elean.up of Nicholasville, at the Mt. Olivet nnd the aooner these spot are found (Delayed) In all part of the country the aooner cemetery. will the plague be ulcd out. Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Aakins, A. II. Bastin t Co. School Tablets. Tld was the third conference of the and Mrs. Salisbury and daughter, of In this region and It I kind lield Mr. Kdwin Lane, of Lexington, is by autoprobable that another will be held spending a few day with relatives Kanaa City, Mo., arrived mobile Wednesday for a visit to Mrs. next jenr here. Alien Askina, Miss Nellie Askina and Miss Sadie Ituble left Monday for Mr. Hen Nnylor. DRIVE WAGON CLOSE TO CRIB Danville to enter Kentucky College Messrs. John and Hueben Naylor Where Sloping Land and Silo Prevent- for Women. are in Louisville, attending the State ed Driving in a Layer of Mis Ituth Ivne left Saturday for Fair. Mr. John Naylor will exhibit Concrete Remedied. Covington, where she will teach in several pens of his Hrown Leghorn chickens that have won blue ribbons Several blna luillt In a basement the city school. several fnirs during the summer. barn were hard to reach because the Little Miss Judith James Lane at A number from here attended the ground alopiil away, mid bemuse a spent last Wednesday with her aunt, Hulgin revival services at Harrods-buralio nt one end prevented driving In Mrs. J as. I. Hamilton. close nt the start. The remedy was to Among them were Misses Mr. and Mrs. Herman Frasa and level the slope and put down a lujer Ituth Huth llrondu. Mamie Calico, of concrete, with groove for the Mis Jones, of Dayton, Tenn., arc the Lane .Mattie Calico, Mcssr. I'aul guests of Mrs. Jas. Praa. Wilson, Ilrice Sechrcst, Kueben NayA?zr Mr. Charlie Duncan and Mi- - lor and Hansel Lane. America Duncan, of Ilurgin, attended may be lota of ideas about what a good tire is, but there are no two wayi about this The G &. J 30 x 3Vz "G" Tread at $10.65 is the greatest value in tires that evcrcrosscdour threshold. g. Laaaaaaaaaaar IT bbH H II lll'll I H H Laaal bW 6 bbbbh aaaaBH bbH aaaai H HH H H 1 aal bbbb! BBaai aaaai aafl bB bB bB B Wr mm aaV bbB HH H H bbbb! I bbbbI aaaM Baaa I bTS OF Driving Cloee to Crib. GARRARD Ah AkiiU COUNTY FARM I of heirs of Henrietta Pendleton, deceased, will on Saturday, September 30th, PROMPTLY AT TEN O'CLOCK on the premises sell to the highest and best bidder the following described real estate situated in ( arrant County, Ky., six miles from Lancaster on the Poor Uidne pike, near Scott's Fork. and This farm contains about Til 'a. acres, and will be sold first, then as a whole, ami the hid or bids realizing the most money will be accepted. sub-divide- wagon wheel, wrltea 1. It. Vao Hum of Vehrnska, In tlte Kami Journal. Knch groove waa a little wider than the wheel nnd curved nway from the base at the end, uk shown In upper sketch. Once the wheels were started In the grooves, they were drawn In close to the barn. church here last Sunday. Mr. Will Scott and Misses I.ila K. and Itachel Scott were in Nicholas, ville nnd Lexington Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. 0. 11. Lane, Mr. and Mrs Wesley Lane were guests of Lancaster relative last Tuesday. Mis Gladys Hamilton, of K. W. C, Winchester, spent the week-enwith her parent, Mr. nnd Mr.. Joe Hamilton. Mie W. IV Green and Price of Lexington, spent several days last week with their aunts, Mi Jennie Lane and Mrs. I!o Williams. Mr. Wilson Clark died at his home morning. near here last Saturday The funeral service wn conducted by d The days of courtship are man is what he isn't. when Anyway, political speeches popular with the candidates. are Contrary to general opinion, money doe not count. We count it. Tho sweetness of flattery turns to bitterness when the truth becomes known. Treat your neighbor like a human being and he won't treat you like a dog. People who worry over little thing. have no time left in which to accom plish the big ones. BETTER LAWS AGAINST DOGS In Various State IntendRegulation ed to Protect Sheeo but Are Poorly Enforced. Open BY the Door to d Poscssion will be Kh'cn January 1st., VX1W, with seeding privileges this fall. ACRES on which is situated TRACT NO. 1 CONTAINING 35 4 dwelling house, two barns, corn crib and all necessary outbuildings. 3-- the TRACT NO. 2 CONTAINING 29.39 ACRES on which is situated a kooiI room tenant house and small barn, adjoining tract No. 1, TRACT NO. 3 CONTAINING 8V ACRES. cash on .(miliary Mst., U2:i, ami the balance in one ami TERMS: One-hatwo years from January 1st., 1!2:I, with interest at the rate of (5 per cent from January 1st., said deferred payments to be evidenced by notes, secured by lien on the laud sold and having the usual maturity clauses. Purchaser will be required to execute bond on day of sale with approved security. lf Allliouiili IS state have dog law designed to protect sheep, many of them nre so xorly planned or so pMir-l- y enforced that dogs still do mutii damago to (locks, eapeclally In the funning atutea where flocks are amtill und dogs are plentiful. There la need for Improvement In theae laws, but, sjijs the I'lilted Stutea lVpartuient of Agriculture, a poor law that ta enforced with energy may produce better results In abtvp conservation than a much better law that I enforced. Dega keep nmny men from going Into the sheep business, which la probably a greuter setback to the Industry than the actual damage done by them. Success OPENING A SAVINGS ACCOUNT WITH US. TIME TO CUT SWEET CLOVER If First Crop I Harvested 12 to Inches High a Good Second Crop Will Result 14 W IUjUAI 0. RIONEY, Lancaster. Ky. s AGENT FOR THE HEIRS OF HENRIETTA PENDLETON, DECEASED. Col. Am Houme, Auctioneer. If the tint crop of eweet clover la cut too low the plants are killed. When cut - to H Inches high n good second crop resulted. Tbeso results were secured In a trial at the North Dakota experiment atation In 1UHL The sweet clover send out II second Itrowth from the stem. The buds form In the tingle between the strut and the branches. If all the branches are cut then till the buds from which new 1- 4 PER CENT PAID ON TIME AND SAVINGS DEPOSITS. The Garrard Bank & Trust Go WE SELL TRAVELLERS CHEQUES PAYARLE IN ALL PARTS OF THE WORLD. growth can come will b removed. Tlit) lower the breeches cone out. the lower the drst crop can k rut with oat kllllus the plaata. Tha Central Racord, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday. Sapt 21, 1922 heartlessly told us to avoid kiiwing, claiming is SPECIAL PKICti ON i Old Hickory Dixie StockFarm But now conies Dr. Louis KatzolT. noted physician and In conversation with one of the psychologist, who advises us to proprietors of the Dixie Stock Form by a representative of the Record, It kiss to our hearts' content. Just harkcu to his words of naturally drifted to Dorset and South, down sheep, which breeds are being wisdom. a spreader of disease germs. One of The Favorite Breeds on that the kiss DORSET SHEEP SCHOOL Wagons ON ACCOUNT OF LARGE STOCK WE ARE OFFERING OLD HICKORY WAGONS AT A SEE US BEFORE YOU BUY. SPECIAL PRICE. CONN BROS. "Live and Let Live Folks." 3G 3EIEI BE Y.ar, "Some bacteriologists," he says 'would have us carry around a jugful of carbolic ncid or other germicide to wash our lips before kissing. They forget that heat is the greatest antiseptic known, and that the heat generated by a kiss do stroys the supposed germ. "Among sweethearts, kissing sends forth ethereal and hyp notic waves, traveling with great velocity, electrifying and rejuvenating every cell struc ture of the body, so that next to love itself it becomes the most potent agency for cour age, optimism, hope, health and longevity. Hurrah for Katzoff! He's human. Perhaps he even en joys kissing. At any rate., he would not rob us of one of our greatest delights. Kiss up, and keep kissing! rotting on the ground in Michi gan and other states because the growers could not secure a price for them sufficient to pay J. E. ROBINSON. Editor. the cost of marketing. At the R. U ELKIN. Local Editor and Mfrr. same time consumers in the Entered at the Post Office In cities have been paying fancy Mall Ky., as prices or doing without. Matter. And still, speculators blandly disclaim any thought of prof' THE AMERICAN PRESS ASSOCIATION iteering. And that reminds us. Have Lucattcr, It., Setf 21. 1922 you ever noticed how a speculating profiteer will squeeze Rate, For Political AnnouiictnMti. every penny possible out of an .mil Cltv Offices. S 5.00 article that he handles For and i tn nni then weep because there is no w tr : .v.vw wuuu.) r u i i. j rui For State and District Offices. 15.00 more blood to be sucked? .10 For Calls, per line And have you noticed how .10 For Cards, per line that same profiteer will rage For nil publications in the inter est of individuals or expresover the prices of things that he sion of individual views, per has to buy for his own use? 1 .10 line What kind of a duck would .05 Obituaries, per line . you call him, anyway? If you were to see a beautiful woman walking along the street would you steal her purse? Of course not. It is absurd to even think of such an act. DEMOCRATIC TICKET And yet, when some one FOR CONGRESS makes a suggestive remark GILBERT HON. RALPH about her, and some other fellow enlarges upon it and passes committing We're not so bad on in this it along, both are even greater offense. They an country, after all. good We have strikes and suspen- are robbing her of her name. sions of business, it is true. She can buy a new purse. But we have plenty of money, repShe plenty to eat and wear, and utation.cannot buy another present indications are that we We know a man who thinks will have plenty of heat this carefully before he answers a winter. Then, too, our His judgis the most valuable in leading question. is invariably sound. ment the world. We know of another who they also In the old world answers "right off the bat." have strikes and suspensions of acbusiness, or no business at all. His judgment is seldom cepted. And they have internal troubThat's all but it's a lot. les, and food is scarce and proBabies often cry without hibitive in price, and millions of them wear rags and will shiver knowing why they are crying. Some men cuss without realin the cold this winter, and currency is sadly depre- ly knowing why they are cusstheir ing. ciated or nlmost worthless. The baby is a long way from No, not so bud. Therefore, boing a man, but man often cheer up and "ehoor others. comes distressingly near to beNow that the children are ing a baby. buck hi school again, what are A few yenrs ago the bicycle we doing to encourage them? whs all the rage, but now it is Or are wo doing anything at a back number. The autoall. mobile is king today, but toPossibly the children, irre- morrow it may be pushed to the sponsible in their youth, do not rear by navigation. In time, expect anything from us, but perhaps, the Lord will provide that does not excuse us in the us with wings. least. How often have you cussed They are entitled to our morthe excessive heat of the past al and spoken encouragement in their elforts to secure an edu- few months? How soon will cation that will tit them for you be cussing the cold of t'ie bitter winter months? Aren't successful stations in life. you just a little hard to please, A few years hence they will anyway.' be uble to understand what we do or do not do to aid them toFine, Fine, Fine! day. Kiss! Kiss again! Kiss all Will they consider that we you want to! Kiss everybo ly did, or that we didn't? who is kissable! For many years doctors w Ah usual, apples huve been The Central Record $1.50 Issued Weekly. Payable in Advanea. Too Much For Us know it? ledge? How much do you know? How do you know that you Un-caste- r, How did you gain your know Second-Clas- s Pri-rin- .... v. Most of what we are suppos ed to know today we learned from others, and they in their turn from still others, and so on down to the dawn of man. In the beginning some one had to make the discovery, and others have elaborated upon it, and because their research ind inventive brains were su perior to ours we accept their judgment as final. But how do we know that truth? they were not at fault? How do we know but what many of our supposed facts are mere fallacies? If these few words have rais ed a doubt in your mind, how are you going to learn the Go to it! Your brain needs exercise, anyway. Paying The Piper currency Some men dabble in politics and are known as politicians. That is no compliment. Others engage in construc They are tive legislation. statesmen, and the term is a credit to them. We need fewer of the form er, of whom there are enor mously too many. There is a crying need of the latter, who are lamentably few. Any novice can lay one brick on top of another, but it requires an experienced mason to construct a wall that will stand. We are careful in the selection of the men who build the houses in which we live, but indifferent as to the calibre of those who enact the laws un- Methodist Church News der which we are governed. Itev. C. L. Hohon, the presiding We pay the political piper, elder of the Danville District, w. ie At whether we dance or not. preach Sunday morning. extensively handled on these farms. In speaking of thee two favorite breed of sheep, he said: "We have In the past few years made n specialty of pure bred sheep, and have at Inst settled down to the two most famous breeds In the country today, the Dorset and the South down. The Dorset although new to most people In Central Kentucky, is one of the most noted mutton sheep In the world and have been bred very extensively In the East for over fifty years anil some llfteen or twenty year ago, crept as far West as Kentucky. In 1910 we saw the great possibilities of this breed and started our present llock. "The demand has been greater this season for both the Dorset and South down, than ever before and antici pating an even greater demand next season, we have recently added another bunch of 18 to our herd. "Our recent purchases comes from the famous and nationally known herds of The Hearts Delight Farms, of Chazy, N. Y., and the Tranquility Farms of N. J. "In the past we have never ex hibited any of our sheep, but next season we will make the circuit with a full herd of Dorset and Southdown and we intend to hold up our standard by taking out something that will bring home the bacon. "As the Dorset is new to some In this part of the country some may ask what they are noted for, they are noted for many thing., but the following are a few of their guod points: They make the best cross of any sheep on any of the breeds from the mountain ewe to the South down; they will produce ami raise more Iamb than any other breed now-living; produce them earlier than any of them, stand more cold weather, yield more wool, a wool that will bring more money, than any other now produced in America. The best sheep in America to clean up the tilth on the farm, had rather vat a bush than blue grass, they drop their lambs in the open Held in the early part of the winter and are such wonderful milkers they get them ready for the early market while they are high. Hack in Dorset, Somerset, Daven and Whales they wen-kep- t and was for dairy' purpose where they were developed into such gooil milkers and have since handed it down to their off spring until of them will give enough to raise three lambs. In the past eighteen months we have had one ewe to drop eight Iambs and save all of them. Have one ewe that has drop-e- d lambs three times and has dropped nine. This year we hail fiftyfour ewes that raised ami put on the marlambs, and were sotd ket ninety-fou- r the "7th". of June and weighed H7 pounds. "We have one ewe that has nlrcady put two lambs on the market this year and now has two more ewe lambs that will weigh twenty-liv- e pounds each. "Wo are so strong for the Dorset sheep we are setting apart two of. our farms for their production alone and no other sheep will be produced thereon, and on the other farm we will .till produce the Southduwn which needs no introduction in tin In the past part of the country. month we have also purchased quite a few of them for seed anil hope to be able to supply a larger part of our trade the next season. now-man- BOOKS On account; of small profits on books allowed dealers, we are forceditoisell them for CASH ONLY McRoberts Drag Store. Christian Church News llev, B. II. Uourlaml became quite Saturday nik'ht and was unable to fill his pulpit on Sunday morning. He has about recovered now, and will preach next Sunday morning S and evening. The jfentucky State Convention of the Disciples of Christ will be held Car load Portland Crmrnt and car at Paris, beginning next Monday evening and continuig until Friday, Sept. of scrrenrd sand juit rrcritrd. Hudson A Farnau. :59th. One of the notable features of the convention ,in addition to the This life is full of chances that are reports and good addresses which al- never taken. ways characterise the Kentucky conIf you are look ng for somrth.ng vention, will be a sermon every day by It. II. .Miller, .minister of the In- for noth ng trouble is rasy to find. dependence Iloulcvnrd Church, Kansas City. .Mr. Miller is one of the outstanding ministers of the country' If you need money and his sermons will greatly help anyon your farm, Janu one who hear him. ary;;lstt;:putt',lnap. The exercises on Friday, the closing day of the convention, will be plication NOW L held at Cane Itidge out in Ilourbon county. This is the place where Har 2? ton V. Stone, one of the founders of the Dlclple movement, preached and where he was preaching when Sue Shelby Mason he held the great Cane Uidge revival Uan Agent nJ Abstractor about the beginning of the Ninteenth Court House LANCASTF.It, Hundreds were converted century f. 16 tf KY at this revival ami sometimes as many as 2,000 were In attendance at ill lat one time The Fans thurch will conduct this celrbratiun in an attempt to get the Disciples to make Cane Itidge a permanent memorial to SUne. This will be a feature M'ldiim to be had at a State Convention and many Sevwill doubtless be in attendance. eral of the Ituaster Diteiplea are planning to go. " Interest 5 , t close of the service there will be a short quarterly conference with tut! You, Eh? officers of the church. This is the Which The funny fellow attracts first conference of the new churcn much temporary attention, but yoar and the pastor is very desirous that there should be a full attendance is soon forgotten? at all the morning services. The substantial man is less Next Wednesday night the prayer but his work and praise sen-icspectacular, will be resumed. We plan to make this hour n time makes history. of real strength and fellowship with Don't be too funny. one another and with linn. Do you find the step from Sunday to Sunday too long? Come and enjoy this service. It will be one of the best hours If you keep your of the week, from 7:30 to 8:15. eyes open you will The pastor and family huve received many evidences of the welsee that It psys to come of the church. Upon coming trade with into the parsonage they found that a great many good things had been R. J. ENGLE brought to the larder and they have been coming each day since. This Near Depot. Lnncaster.Ky grocery shower is appreciated by the new comer and the spirit of welcome FLOUR is very gratifying to them. are IS YOURS AiillODELSKITCrlEN? Can you truthfully say that jou do u it hae to take a lot of needless steps eur time oti prepare a meal? Can you sift Hour four times as fas as other women? Iyour work-tabl- e adjusted to your height? M not, yow need a e The HOOSIER is America's greatest kitchen convenience. It will saw you miles of steps each day, and will enable you to get out of your kitchen in half the usual time. Investigate the mauv exclus' ive HOOSIER improvements. 89cts Every Sack Genuine Kanawha Sail in sacks and barrels. Best for curing sneat. Hudson h Farstau. HASELDEN BROS. LANCASTER'S BIGGEST STORE. The Central m i. Lanccisier Ky. Thursday, Sept 2 Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Ooodloc have returned from Louisville, where they attended the Stntc Fair. 1 , 1922. Miss Lena Ilritrht visited in Dan vlllc Wednesday. The Francis Shoppy Mr. n J. II. Conn hn returned from Wishes to announce they are ready with all th latest styles in FALL HATS, Hosiery anil Sweaters in all shades for Ladies, Misses nnd Children. Mm. Kiln K. Stone has returned to Versailles from a visit with her grandMr. and Mrs. Sam llnseldcn were daughter, Mm. William Canon, at visitor in Hcren Tuesday. Lancaster. Mrs. J, II. Meyers nnd son have Mm. J. II. Clark entertained at been recent visitor. In Danville. dinner Tuesday in honor of Mrs. DudMr. John Scott nnd Mrs. W. II ley Iiwson, of Missouri and Mis. Sallie. Tracy, of Illinois. Ilurton were in Danville Saturday. Messrs. Wesley Dickerson, James Mr Val Cook, of Danville, has been visiting Mr. Willie Hlce Amon Hcasley, Adolph Joseph, Will Walker, Webb Kelley and Joe Kelley left Mrs. W. H. Cook, of Danville, Monday for n fishing trip on the visited her mother, Mrs. K. L Ours Cumberland river. They are making ley Tuesday. their headquarters at "Aunt Char visit in Louisville. NewFallSuits in Stock Our stork is complete with new Fall Suits for .Men and Vouiik Men, made by HART SCHAFFNER & MARX and other fine makes. REbbA A HUANC1S, Prop. ( Gossip About A Brtef of IS Cennlno Mim Chastlne lluckner has return ed from n visit to her titter, Mr. Mm. (J. II. Swinttbroad (' II. Williams In Madison, Ind. George Suiiichrnnd were visitors In Danville Saturday. wan .n DanMis I.nvl.;i llarrs Mi K4m Mae Mitchell left Mon ville Saturday day for Ilarboursville, where the will Mr. A. II. Klkin, of LoulsvtMe. was a pleasant guct or relatives far n une west enter school and he with her uncle. Mr. J. W. Klmore ha few day this week. on n buincs trip. Judge J. I. I'rathrr ha returned Dr. and Mrs. Wlllard Morey, of In from n month' vllt to hi daughter, Mr. W. II. Ilurton a a visitor Mr. J. M. Stapp, in Lexington, Ky Stanford, were guest of friends in Lexington Monday. 0lnf byThMt Wl Art InlirnKd and in. It. V. Walter, of Lexington, Mr wn the week-enguet of Mr. Hal- - Mrs. J. BT'Conn, Hriico Conn, Jr, lie I'unlnp. and Harold Tlnsley spent the, week end in Louisville. Mr Duncan Haselden nnd Mr. Alriridge have entered school Mr. and Mrs. .1. W. Creech, of Kverett Itlehmond, were visiting Lancaster ni Ilerca. d ity's home. friends last Sunday. Mrs. Lucy Spoonamore, of Hubble, Mrs. Lee Stone and Mrs. Will Stone, of Stanford and Mr. and Mrs. Kverett Stone, of Washington City, were din ner guests Thursday of Mm. Kin naird Hourne and Mr. Kournc, of the and Mr. Danville roail, II. Drown, of Louisville, entertaining a house party at her home on Sherwood avenue. The guests include: Mm. Ceorge K. Ilrown of Lancaster; Mrs. I). A. Hcrvcy and children, of Paint Lick, Mrs. Cleo W. Ilrown. of Mt. Vernon, and Miss Kdnn I Cullcy, of Winnipeg, Cnna da. Mis Alii I Prices S20. to $45. delightful little birthday party now while the stock is wa given by Mis Ilerdinn Kngle at the home of her parents last Satur fresh and you can find Dr. and Mr. II. H. Montgomery day evening, in which about twent'. your size in the pattern of Paint Mck. were guest of Judge live of her little friends participated The hours from seven to nine wen and Mr. Treadwny, Saturday. -want- day. .'i',.."1IIaitSchaaa&Marj happily spent in playing games and Mis Miriam Kliiabeth Hammack Mr. Thomas Dunn, of Fort Worth othrr nmuement. Tho home wn Mr. W. S. Smathrr. Mr. nnd UH Tuesday fur llrrrn College. Texas, wa n visitor of Mr. and Mrs. tntlly decorated for the occasion an Mrs. Kdwin Smather, of Richmond, (Seorgc II. Hoblnion Momlny. delightful cakes and ices were served IMImar Harm and baby are hnv been relent visitors In I.anca- Mm. ter. guest of relative In Ilustonvillc. Mis I.aVerne Hicks left .Monday Mrs. J. H. Conn, of Hichmond Mr. and Mr. Tom NnvJor. Mr. for Lexington, where she will enter street, entertained Friday afternoon I.Ida IlriHiddu ipent the pastj Mi HOUSE OF QUALITY LANCASTER, KY. th I'niversity for the school year. with a lovely children's party in hon week with Mtsjo Maude ami Sallle Will Pollard and Mrs. Mamie Tracy or of her graniKpn, Matter Harold were guest Monday of .Mr. J. II. Mr. and Mrs. Klder, of Danville, Uu Clark. Clark. attended the funeral of Mrs. Klder' Tindey's eleventh birthday, and Ilns-cMr. It. - Klkin an.l Mr. J. W. Conn, Jr. The house nnd table Mr. Itoy Ilayne. Mr. Henry Faul-ce- r, uncle. Mr. Ceorge Palmer, Tuesday were decorated in fall flower were visitor in Louisville the dealand for ami on behalf the DEALERS er of your county of whomretail gasoMrs. W. It. Cook and Mis Sue pa it week. to Mlse Jennie and Charlott War lighted with candle. Music ami the Shelby Mason were recent visitors at ren, of line Stanford, spent yesterday games on the lawn added to the Must be Responsible sold, if Hnne West, of Lexington. is Crab Orchard Spring. Mi for Gaso- shouldhabe been neglect and failure there any upon with their aunt, Mis Jennie Duncan. pleasure of the children and delicious or the guest of Mr. Hen Hughes, on the ices, caku anil bon bons were serv- the part of the wholesale dealer to line Tax Mrs. Virgil Kinnaird anil wins, VirStanford ro.nl. Mr. and Mrs. II. A. Hoeing, of d. The little guests numbered make payment of this tax for the regil, Jr., and David Walker, are visifollowing letter to county tail dealer, the retail dealer will be The Mr. J. H. I.eaveJI and Mr. Ceorge ting her parents, Mr. and Mr. David Chicago, are guests of Mr. and Mrs nbout twenty-Jive- . W. Sweeney, on Danville avenue. clerk, Cronley Ilroadus, explains liable therefore as provided by law. It. Itwbinson were visitor the past Walker, in Winnboro, N. C. gatolino tax problem, and throw. Therefore, If the wholesafers from week in Danville. Mr. nnd Mrs. McClelland Johnson, Mr. Ceorge Kstes, who has been Moore Lee the responsibility on the retail deal- whom retailer purchase gasoline reMr. Alfred Uront, of Lexington, connected with the Tcnncec Hand of Lexington, attended the funeral ers: port and pay the tax for the retail In the Lafayette hotel, Lexington, has been upending n few day in School, at Nashville, ha returned for of Mr. Ceorge Palmer Tuesday af To The County Court Clerk: dealers, the Tax Commission will have ternoon. lat week occurred the marriage of Since uur recent letter to you in no objection to such a procedure. aster with relative. a visit to relatives nnd friends. Mlsn Mary Moore, daughter of Mr. of The burden, however, will be on the Mr. and Mr. Pat Sutton, Mr. nnd and Mm. (I. W. Crutcher, of Ceorge- - reference to the administration Kiiza-hetMr. Uriah Dunn ami children have Misses Amelia and Miriam (!noline Tnx Ivvv, a conference retail denier to know whether or not returned to Hurgin after a visit with llammuck had a their truest Mrs. Homer Hay and children, visit town, Ky., to Mr. Shirley Lee, of the been ha I with the Attorney Gen- he is dealing with a wholesaler who if 'flat is e in Lancaster. from Sunday night until Monday, ed Mrs. K. S. Crimes, in Lexington Palm Peach, Fin. The beautiful has eral and representatives of the whole- - reporting nnd paying the tax for him. Wednesday. wedding took place in the banquet Mio Cyntlua and Mary Lou Hill, Mar-ari- d Mrs Will Morrland and Mi ale dealers of the State. The retailer should be made to unMr. and Mrs. Mike Klkin, f Lev hall, which was decorated for the ocShank, of Stanford, were hopMt Lena Hnght, ltev. and Mrs. It is the opinion of this Commis derstand, however, that even where wtth the casion. Dr. A. W. Fortune, of Cen- sion that in order to successfully ad the wholesaler is reporting and payper in I.ancatter Monday. Harry lludion accompanied Mr. incton. spent tho weok-entral Christian Church, Lexington, ing the tax, he, the retailer, mutt Oayle Doty to llerea Momlny where family of Mr. J. K. Mount, on Lex minister this law that its provision olficiating. Mr. (5. H. Swinebrond ha returned The bride wore her ington avenue. in reference to requiring the retail still tile with the county court clerk he will enter college for thi year. mother's wedding sjown and real lace from Staunton, Vn., where he enterdealer. to make monthly reports of each month the report required by (.apt. r. A. Klkin has moved to ed hi sow, Marrs, in College. Mr. Itoy Haynes, Mr. Henry Faul Lexington, where, he and his daugh- and pearls, family heirlooms, and was the iMMilme old to you must be law. The reports made under the attended by her matron of honor, strictly udhered to and enforced. conditions laid down in this letter Mr. Fred Kite, of Indiana, wa ronvrnnd Mr. Nichols Fnulenner, who ter, Miss Sallle, have lontml a house flower girl and page. We anust also hold the retail dealers must be made for the month of Sepculled to l.ancntcr by the death of have been guests of Mr. W. II. Ma for the next year. The bride i a fine young woman. son, returned to Hitlsboro, Ohio, Sun responsible for the payment of the tember and for each month therener brother, Mr. llascom Ford. Her resemblance in feature and poise day. Mis Annn Hnltzclaw left thi tax, if any retml dealer fails to after. t the picture of Princes Mary of pay and Mr. M. II. Ilrewer, of Lebanon, week for Macon, (la., where she hn Your. very truly, the tax, or fail. to have it paid Knglaml ha been remarked, and in Mr. Willi Itice Anion arrivod Kri ia Wen spending a few day with nccopted a position as teacher in the him by the wholesale dialer from STATK TAX COMMISSION, i day for a visit to his parents, Dr. nnd School hur wedding array the likeness to the for K. - Owiley. her cousin, Mm. for the Deaf at that place a Itainey T. Wells, Chairman. Mm. J. A. Anion, before returning to royal bride must have .been maintain whom he purchases the gasoline his agent and representative far thi V. A. Farnau and mm, Ken- the School of Technology in Huston, Mr. Dr. and Mr. Kdwin Davis left for ed. purpose, he will be subject to the We all live, and a few learn. nedy, have returned from a vit to Mn. While living in Washington, I). C, their home In Morgantown, N. C. afpenalty and prosecution under tho Mr. Hank ll'iil.'on, in Dunvillv. ter spending several weeks with Mr. Mr. Crutcher and daughter had an law. Coal is not money, but it Is less Many friends inp.tthiie with .Mr. Mix l.aurn Dunn, who has been Dora Wheeler, of thin city, over the Davis parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. John appreciative acquaintance with a one of til? wholesale plentiful. neiiiecii'.t...t lady, "our own" Mrs. time viting Lancaster relative , ha re- Umm of her daughter, Mrs. Nannie Haltnrd. dealer havo agreed to enter into aj lunnie West, of Tulsa, Olka. gather niois. It turned to her home in Lexington. nintr.'ii.t mill ..Vi.rtlti. n tvafiil t.i tht ' Scandal Mr. John II. Ilerndon and children, Wheeler He, wife of Mr. Tom Kos. Mr. and Mm. Lee will make their Commonwealth' ' ,ri,vWs tooIa',i: of Kentucky for the of Madison, returned to their home home in Palm Peach, and carry the Mi Mar' Hlmore has cone to uf Kirksville. uaymcnt of the tax upon all gasoline , yesterday, after spending several good wishes of all here who had A, a wifu wh a Mirgnnton, N. 0 , where he will the sold by them Hcv. William K. Kix ha returned day with her parent, Mr. and Mrs. ill the Sta.e Of Ken- ., nr.,r..rnli1,. I.. f tvlh Deaf. pleasure of knowing the bride while tiach in the School for the ; age , '.tii. at rel- from Jelllco, Term, where he tilled T. .. . n Itankin. her parents rather temporarily lived Mr Jame N Demi i Msitmg hi the pulpit in the Il.iptut church Sun of thi retau uealer in it tho William Whitley House in Lin rcviiiativt Miss Mis A local wise man Insists that only proper the respective lountic-- . I 'itr, Mr, I'earce, in Jlurro Istiurg, duy for ltev. J K, Martin, who i con Hatson LouiseMi Marvin, HowlingCecil coln county. atand Jnnu ducting service here and legal for ou . iuv p? from the snake have forked tongue. And i'. I a'tcnding the Ilulgn mcc'mg tended the opening dance which wa wholesale dealir iimi'n' b them at th.V h may be correct. CARTERS VILLE held in lloyl Humphrey gymnasium in Danville Friday ovoning. School Tablets. A. 11. Utin Si Co Mr. and Mm. Pat Sutton. Mr. and Mr. C. S. Hoop, who ha been iu Mr. Ilryan Wllwot, Mr. M. K. Itay, for the past week hi improving. Mr. and Mr. Virtcil luiylon and .Mr. and Mm. Kno Com In are tin laughter, Anna nnd Mr. Denny Trib-blproud paroMt uf a bo by tirl, burn attended the llulgin rvival at SoH. 17th. llarrodsburg Sumlay. Mr. A. H. Cartor. who n ..carln, Mr. und Mis. C. It. Harnett and Pidlco Cuard at I.iviattii, vvn a' Hvv. Purvis, of ItlehiiHiHd, were in hunie from Saturday until Mon,' i town yesterdny. Friends of Mr. and The revival urvlc at the t'hrif Mrs. Il immt in (iarrard county will i. an church do ml Sunday nllu wit be pieasud to kuuw that these splen did peoide will soon move hack to Vi new additions and sewr.il reclaim Same PRICE as DANVILLE and LEXINGTON Garrard, they having recently pur-- i ed. Ilnptising Sunday evening a' White Lick. based a farm on Lexington pike. Hcv. Lewis an dl!ev. Poindexter, of Mrs, Dohbyns, who has lived man Wilmure, and .Mie Cora Hoop ..h i Uox Sardines 5ct. year In the home of Mrs. Huv. Lucille Morford, attended preach. Kb Two puckaut'H Chewing (iiun moved yesterday to the Community Seta. at Preuchersville Sunday and vu house, where she will have n room Show your appreciation by giving us your UlK Twist Tobacco 5cta. a dinner guest of Mm. S, Itigsby. .Mrs. Dobbyn will be much micd Seven L'cncll Tablets patronage. 25cta. About '.'t children, grand children from Ilroadwiiy, but her friends will Ono Pound nood ColTeo 18ct. be glad to know she is pleasantly anil friends met at '.he home of Mr One Pound Can Hakinj,' Powder .lOcta. Incited In the house with MIm North ami Mm. A. It. Carter Sunday, Sept Oil. Uth,, to celebrate .Mrs. L. J Car-tor- 's One Pound Mest Tea rup, Danville Messenger. 50cU. 7 1 t. birthday. A bountifu One set Cups and Saucers or Plates .$1.00 Mrs. James Wood entertained dinner was wrved in the yard and the First-Cla- ss Work Quality Fresh Fish, Per Pound 12 to 14ct. Sunday at her pretty home on Hich-pio- table was beautifully decorated In road with u delicious dinner. falPflowcr. Kvery one reported a u delightful time nnd The table had for it center-piec- e left wishituc lovely vase tilled with full llowcr. Mrs. Carter many moro happy birth The guest were Mr. M. II. Ilrewer, days. of Lebanon, Mrs. V. A.. Owsley, Mr. Olbb Layton, Mr. ami Mr. Terrill The fellow whe wants to kill twv Thm Had Front LANCASTER, KY. LANCASTER, KY. Layton. . It was a very pleasant oc birds with one stone generally iiiIm-- c " casion. both. A Mr. ami Mrs. Kdwin Smather. of Mn. W. S. Carrier has been a re rent visitor in Danville. Sbarpsburg, were guests of friend several day last week at I.atH-a'te-r Miss Sallie l.ou Myre h spending Danville. several weeks in Mr. ,M. II. Ilrewer, after a visit ton. re Mm. II. K. Sebastian were t hr sister, Mr. Terrill Mr. ant turned to her home in Lebanon Tuesweek. in Danville the Lancaster last Sunday. Mrs. C. C. Hlce. of Smithfield, Ky. was the guest of friund. and rela tives here the pat week. Make your selection rst '" JAS. W. SMITH o Kl-m- rr RETAIL h d EIEBT' DAY e, Gasoline 25 BUY BARGAINS , FROM US a We Have F orced The Price Down , Crown Gasoline. Guarantee! Polorine Sanders Variety Store CONN & CONN The Centra! Hecoii, COMMISSIONER'S SALE OF LAND (1ARRARD CIRCUIT COURT. L mcasier, Ky.. Thursday, Sept 2 I 1 , 1922 COMMISSIONER'S SALE OF LAND Vs. owwwwsmiiiihii The Men About the House By MYRA C. LANE Dollar Bills Shew Bait MrtHodt of Feeing Haft J. M. Hlittt, .u MT. "J ,ht " annum from date until paid, having n"' W0T ih the force and effect of a judgment he r,Khl, r"' upon which execution may issue, and time aml is r,.,jUlred to keep the In K'l1 c0"'"11""a lien will be retained upon the land I . , .1h Purpo-- J of until the purchase money is paid. J to, sntnfy the debt due Heecie C. Kin-- 1 ''nifl1 amounting to J5.J28.00 with Jlo'nlrof r.?r'n, i P ' I interest from January 3. 1921. at six wf fw A,,Jn 5 I ,1,r- "t per annum, and the sum of, Cnpt. a! Ilourne. $019.33 due the Garrard Hank and Trut Company, with interest at' The Lord bul.ded wisely when He ""m "of" .S made woman hands smaller 'han $11,333.33 1.3 au,. V, K. Cook, with' man s. Otherwise, how could a wife interest at six jer cent from January 1.1 ,11)21, and interest at annual rests, gi through her husband's pockets? the sum of ..I andHamilton ami $1,500.00 due James I. the estimated cost of this action amounting to $250.00. s,-,i ' ........... n pieauing.s In (.nrrard County, Ky., near H- - th Huckeyc ,,ikc nnd on the waters ,, bounit.,j nttsville. nnd boumle.l as follows: of SuCTr Cffrk fol. . iiimi.i.c ncginning ni a pun Hcginning nt a point In the Kirksville pike, opposite n fence, mjjie of thc Huckeyc pike, corner to ...... new corner uciwii.i John T llrnr. (now pointer) ; thence and (.eorge Mnrsee: thrnco nlong the. ,onv k,, am, wfth hw hn(! s tht. middle of Kfrkovlllr pike, .N. IGW. K. .M crmin to n fence post; to n point In middle thence S. K. 8 5 1 chnin K. 12.21 chain to of pike, corner to Steve Lewis tract, fence post; thence S. 11'., W. 1 1.08 chains to n post cor-nS. fil 's. K. (55 ti 17 chains to n pot; thence N to Lewis and Mrs. Logan; thence W C!) chains to a gate post; thence K. 5.80 S. 33 H, V. crossing the middle of with Loirnn'n line S. 17. Wci walnuts thence S.,a poo ,g5 chaln, to a post; S. 15 H , c.lini.n --,0.,, beech, S. J8J4 w 4 r1 ohan, t0 n stone, S. (i, K. chains to a :I5, h. K U.5S chain to a stake on chnIn, to stake on top of a branch; thence S. 10, E .I.I.,... tk.nn.. C r.O W ll!l t.nlna side of a to an ash. corner to Alex t(J n stonp wUh an a,h pointor on th, 1.75 chains .. i Dennv: thence with his line S. ii2 4.li.- i.i unn.ii,nn . 10., cha ns to a stone on North ,ine. thcnCl. uh hu ,jno wth wJri.l Milt ot ' a drain; thence N. to an ; fence, N. 204, W. 3 chain chains to a post; thence S. ,0,i s KMl.v corner. wlth K,tM v. W. 21 chains to n stone in Denny . ..... v n .m. lv new curiivr uciwitii i4itu line, .'0, W. 3.93 chains to a chimiuapin scrs; thence a new division line wltn oak. N. 04, V. 1.52 chains to thei . a fence .v cnains, . S. W, gate post of a gate on iald' 22. V. 95 chains. X. 34. V. 250 drain; thence X .1. E. 8.87 chain to chains. X. 27't. V. 5.25 chains to thoJ a young elm; thence X. 2. W. 9.70; South gnte post; thence X. 30, W. 11 chains to n stone " feet Kast of n chains to the beginning, containing young hickory; X. 8 , V. 3.87 chains 44.0V acres. to a stone; thence X. G5 U. W. 188, The purpose of said sale is to chains to n stone, or point in midsatisfy the lien debt of $ 1,318.00 with dle of pike, 28 links South of the interest at the rate of six per cent Vct opening of n culvert; thence X. per annum from January 2, 1921, un- 27 K. 3.8S chains: thence X. til naid. with interest nt annual rest. K. 88 chains, X. Gti ,K. 7.23 chains. due by Grant .Marsee to the plaintiff, to the beginning, containing 50 acres. J. M. Hiatt. and estimated cost of thl There is reserved herein a 20 foot action, amounting to $150.00. easement or right of way throuch the land herein conveyed for the use and TERMS. The sale will be made on n credit J','.nifit. of.u,V, ".35 acre tract now! of six and twelve months, and the belonging to Robert Long. The said purchaser will be required to execute P"wny running from the Robert bonds with approved security, for Lon tr;ft through the land herein, the purchase price, payable to V. II. conveyed to the lluckeye pike as the . now runs on the line between Urown, Master Comnisioncr, due in six and twelve months respective- - Jhe land herein conveyed and the Thej ly, with Interest at six per cent per Ianl con,v7l,,l.i" Jom Defendants. Orant Marsee ,et al, Pursuant to n Judgment rendered at the August Term, 1022. the Commissioner will sell nt public auction, to the highest anil best bidder at the Court Housi? door in Lancaster, Ky., nt 11 o'clock, A. M or thereabout, on MONDAY, SKPTHMHKR 25th, 1922, the real citato menuoneu in mo V. (JARRAHl) CIRCUIT COURT Plaintiff, Robert Long, ct al, Plaintiffs, James T. Marsce, et at, Defendants. Pursuant to n Judgment rendered nt the August Term, li'22, the undersigned Commns.oner will fell nt public auction, to the highest nnd best bolder at the Court Houe door in Lancaster, Ky, nt It o'clock, A. M . or thereabout, on MONDAY. SKPTKMHKR 25th. 1922. mentioned In the tho real estate ,,leftlllnir, uui ,c,cribed ns follows ,n (;ntrnr, i,Unty. Kentucky, on nn, r,ti, C,, er er .4-7- i i.n.i. ; jo, , i. 3-- i. I "', I''tiT. - "' I Money literally talked to farmers who nttrnded the recent Kentucky State Fair in showing them the wide I SIX. br Union) difference In profits per acre th.U ore Wltn "Now for RiMNlnes' sake take Tolly obtained from different methods of out fur n milk mid iile me n clianin fattening hogs for the market. One to tret tlillies I'le.iued Up," ssld hundred twenty-tw$1 bills, divided nml her, into four equal lots, were displayed I nllier sinoothetl luick his gray hslr In gla enses by the animal husbnn and rose, lie laid down the .Sunday dry department of thc College of Agp.ier. Ills wife wns alrvndjr beiilniilng her luiiisework. She hnd tnkeu up the riculture to show the relative value run to .shake, she was moving thi of different methods of bog feeding determined In experiments confurnlliire stunt tti niom In nu aim. lesi, nort of way, and there wns u ducted on the agricultural experiment took iion lier fscc. station farm. Practically every farm Tome along. Polly girl." said er who passed through the grandstand father. building where the college exhibits He took M little dnUk'titer linlid. were housed stopped to examine this 011 hit hut, and they went out. The house was exactly like thriv striking display and study the wide itoeu oilier house along the stnvt, a range in profit obtained from the mull, wooden structure with tiny different method. hall nnd sewn rooms. There wns the Forty-righ- t bills were displayed in mime trlp of drncKled luwn In front the first rase which pointed out the of eni'h. hogging down corn nnd feeding tank Hut In the distance were Held and hill, crowned with green. The ulld age in a elf feeder had proved to country wu all iibotit them. They be the most profitable method of pro ducing pork. The $t8 represented strode doun the street togetlM-r- , 'Tnther. I don't like .Sunda). he- - the profits obtained from one acre by raiiM mother' alwu) cleaning." salil means of this method of feeding. I'olly wMfully. The npxt case displayed 35 bills to "Cleaning Oh, well, she's cot to show that hogging down corn nnd clean, I suppose," said father. He wn soybean grown in the same row had thlnkliiir of n clrl he had known he was iiinrrl.il. who n rather not proved a profitable n the corn untidy, mid would never hate both- nnd tankage combination. The next nil uhotit cleaning more than tuo cne displayed 1111 even smaller mini or thrii- - times jear. What good ber of dollnu, only 25 being exhib- time they had had together I It walited in thi one to show the profits strange how Mdly her face came obtained from an ncre when corn hack to him after ten jear of mar. Iotu. wa, j,,,.,.,, ,,own al a pork. f Soybeans hogged "HoWd ,o Ilk to run nway. I down nnd supplemented with corn I'olly" nked father. amounts equal to two "Itenllyr Inquired 'roily, clutching hnni1 '0l1 per cent of the total Id hand more tightly. f jnnd "Itenlly, I'olly. Itim nway om- - live weight of the nnimals presented where where there's never any clean-WWik argument, as a pork proiluc-Ing.- " He tried not to show lil bit-- , roiiibinntion The ca.c retire-terne-Just you .,d inc. wandering , fow,,tllat,.,n conUlnw nlnlig the or iiia)W- "- t rn hi , , . u" lnr whlsll.il In the distance "we'll take tame ! from an acre b this method of a train somewher and neer bnek We'll go and see fondgn p.uls. feeing w A typewritten pnKe passed out t the palm trees grow, and big bird, all blue and green nnd jellmv farmer wh were interested in the mid rvd It y through the brntirhe.." exhibit showed the first combination splendid "Oil. that'll had prmiuewd 100 pund of pork n,.ii. i.... i.. ...i. t. NtMr $15. Prize For best Colt, foal 1922, by Black Pat, to be shown in LANCASTER, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 25th., 1922. o wor-rle- il hitil 11 First Premium Second Premium Third Premium Have your colt. n -- $7.50 $4.50 $3.00 public sqtintv by olcvt'ii o'clock. John Are lloostrd With Point C. Gastineau clover is seejf I in the wheat, better results are obtained by using lime stone with the acid phosphate and manure. "Kxperlrnce has shown that farmer who get the highest yields in their communities also give considerable attention to their seed wheat, using not only clean, plump seed but also a variety that is adapted to their soils. In view of the fact that there is n wide dltferencc in the way different varieties yield under different conditions, it i important to select a suitable variety. Many farmers prefer bearded wheat en thin, wet soils. - Wheat Yields Csrc on Four 11 ' .,,, ' nid. hi-r- e e f'.? T K if fr Wi ( Commissioner's OAKHAM) i j Sale of Land CIRCUIT COURT 1.1. II l unso ii Brown, Master Commissioner, due In, Vs. respectively Oeorge Mnrsec, et al, Dcfendnnts . sis anil iweive munintfr c,.nl ,mi.rP5l nl lx ..r nn. -, Pursuant to a judgment rendered,-..- Wlln frnm ,ln,,iV,i. h,.vm.. .1,..' , ,r at the August Terni. 1U22. the un- - f a,jud(!nll.nt t of ders igned Comm ssioner will sell at wh h t.Xt.cution may ,j,uif ,, k,n . public auction, to the hiKhcst and wjlj ,,e , , , ti ,h best bidder at the tourt House door In Uncaster. ky.. at 11 o clock, A. panhw bijown', Master Com-M- ., w or thereabout, on nilssioner. (5. C. C. ' .MONDAY, SKI'TKMIJKK 23th, 1922, Robinson & KuuiTmnn. Attorneys I for I'lnT. the real estate mentioneil in the i pleading and described us follows: fnpt. Am Ilourne, Auct. -In (larrard oCunty. Kentucky, at, Hyattsville, and bounded ns follow: lleginning at a point In the middle Commissioner's of the Lancaster and Richmond pike at the intersection of the Kirksville Sale of pike; thence with the middle of the Kirksville pike. X. I53. K. (I chains; (tARRARI) CIRCUIT COURT thence N. C5, K. 6 chains. N. 80 Klau Aldrldge ,et al, IMaintitTs, K. 1 chains to a point nt each edge Vs. of the metal of pike; thence S. .18, Jame II. Dunn ,et nl, Defendants. K. J. bit chain to u point In the mid die .f pike opposite a fence, a newat Pursuant to a judgment rendered . VJ.,.: ,htf un AuifUt corner to Grant Marsce. thence it new dersigned Commii.ioner will tell at division line down hollow und with public aur'.ion, to the highest nnd st wire fence, S. 30, K. 11 chain to the gate post. S. 27 Hi, K. best bidder at Ky . Court1 House door the South at 1 o'clock, A. 5.25 chains. S. !l I. K. 2.50 chains. S. in M., or thereabout, on K. or, chains, S. Hi't. K. s.o:i 22. chains to a stone in Denny's line, MON'DAY, SKPTKMHKR 25tb, 1022. mentioned in the comer to Crunt Mnrsee; theme with!11?' ,r.l,aI jnd described as follows: Denny's line with a feme. S 71 v. pleading (.arrnrd County. Kentucky, on 4 12 chains; thence S. W. O.St w Uncaster .V l anvitle lurii-unchain. to the middle of Lancaster1 ,h' .1. and bounded mid descnb-middl- e Richmond pike; thence with th J '"NJ: .0n ,thl' l,; h.l of said pike, N. 304. W. 0 ' l1 I. M. Arnold; on the .North chains. X. 424, W. 7 chain.. X. IHl ' Hall at'd 1 1.(15 "'l' W. 7.57 chain. X. J5. J;'n, ,hl' by th. land of W esley chains to the beginning, containing! button, ami on the .South by the 50.52 acres, and being the ssime land InVille turnpike .and same to said (ieorge Mur.ee by cuU r, deed dated Jan. 2. 1U21, from J. P. contnining .0 acre mure or less and of the land allotted to h. Ilourne, and recorded in the otrice of J the clerk of She Carmr.t Countv ' Dunn, Jr, in the division and allot- 'and of K. Dunn. Sr., set mt't f Court In Deed Hook 10. PUL-- 500. Thc purpose of said sale in to out in deed of partition of record in UUice in satisfy the lien debt of $12.0M4.5i! (iiirraM County l lerk Deed Hook Xo. 10, age 588. anwith interest nt six per cent Ihe purpose uf ant sule Is to num from Jan. 2, 1021, until paid, at - annuul rests, due. said J. M. Iluttt divide the net proceed arising from I CeorL'.. 1. rni.1 ik. ...ti.' the sale unions the parties Joint own- a heir "tturent limy appear, audi mated cost of this action amounting) niiimnifs cost oi wns ui'.om to f.UU.UU. amounting to $100.00. rr...,c- - J. M. Hiatt. ' la"u'"'t uti TKIt.MS: The sale will be made on a credit of six and twelve months nnd the purchaser will be required to execute bond with approved security for the' rk i i Land 1 .. t;s. d . ndf Ut ,ns; we'll take a ship to Italy. mid see all the ruin and the picture galleries. Then we'll go on to Hgypt the desert, nnd the camels golng by with ack of rug on their liHtks. What d'jou say to Unit? "Oh, wouldn't It be nice s.i Id I'olly. '11 ley had begun to ascend the hill behind the town. They tolled up and stood looking down. The bouse seemed Isolatcl In a vast forest. ".Ma)le we'll Jut walk on and on till the forest's all about U. Atld then we'll camp In the wood and light n fire, r.nd eatcli some trout and cook them for dinner. And sleep umler the stars. How about that?" Wonderful." said Polly. "Hut it emne on to rain, father?" The lent en will ! so thick that not a drop of rain can cons through. who care for a little rain? Not we. Anyway, It's nicer than staying at home wliero there's cleaning going on. Isn't It?" "Much nicer," said Polly. ".Maybe I'm taking you too far. You're tired, dear?" "A little lilt." Mild Polly. "Oh. fnth-ewhat a pity." "What's a pity?" "Did )ou know mother ha duck and gris-i- i peas for dinner?" "Duck and green js'ii? What do care for duck ami green cas?" "X- - nothing," said Polly, a little wistfully. ".Ma) be we hnd better be getting back and start nett Sunday Instead," suggested father. "It Is u little lute. Isn't It. Poll!" "A little, fatlier," iwsucred Polly. They Minted back, very slowly and wistfully, but a they msm-the house they went faster mid faster. Such a delicious smell cam from the dining room. And there stooil mother at the diHir "Well, you have been for n long walk," said mother, smiling. "And on're Jut In time, for dinner's on tho table." They went III. The Interior wn a spick and kiii ii ii new pin. The oilors that caiiie from beneath the illsli cotwr were simply Indescribable. "Duck I nice with green ih'.is. Isn't It. futber?" suggested Polly. "Von mother's a pretty good "; m,l. si sui-mi- s, Despite the fact that average wheat yields in Kentucky during recent year have been low, a few pro- grclve farmer have demonstrated that yields as high ns 30 or .15 bushels nn acre can be obtained. Those who have obtained these profitable yield usually are farmers who give attention to about four main factor, such at seed bed preparation, fcrtili-Mtlon- , the use of good seed and pro-e- r nnd crops planting dates, sstii sperinlssts at the College of Agriculture say. "One of the first things to which w,th of ,h, lh" roti ,hnn the successful farmer give attention ' inir ,n' fMt ln ,hl'' in making plans for his wheat crop One hundre.1 pound of pork produc-anbed. is the preparation of the ed by hogging down corn and oy- - Wheat demands a soil that is firm benns cost $15.0(5 while every 100 ami fine. A loose toil mean almost pound produced when corn alon certain failure while clods contribute Hog- toward reducing was hogged down cost $ii.41. In caos yields. ging down soybeans and hand feed- where it is neceary t plow land corn produced 100 pounds of pork I for wheat, this question should be a- - a col ni u performed in ample time to allow for thorough preparation of thc seed bed. It is no disgrace to try to do right. "The fertiliter most commonly even though you don't succeed. used for wheat in Kentucky is achl When a man achieves greatness he phosphate, this mnterinl being applied likes to cover up his smnllnc.. with limestone nnd sometime with light application of stable manure. The fellow with a straight back a always have a straight mind. The best farmer use 200 pound or does not mure of acid phosphate an acre. On I)rt mnterinls that do nut rum- poor soil, about 300 pounds of acid ple are popular with the young peo- prosphnte with n light application of ple. Smooth cloth tells no talcs. manure give good results. When one-hnl- ., ., $1-7- d "Probable injury from th lies sinti tly makes it important that the wheat is sccslcd after the recommended dates for various sections of the state. Wheat sown after October 5th., in Kaitern Kentucky, October 5 to 10th. in Central Kentucky and October 10 to tith. In Western Kentucky, s not apt to be damaged by the tly. The self made self. Some people have a hankering for riches, while others have only the riches. sssan is - gftn all The wise man knows many things, but the urrh'ri of the street can give him an ear full a day. Speak softly to your wife. She hasn't forgotten how to contrast your growl of today with your purr of courtship days, r. Making 20 Years effacing verve tar Uwners uoday the early days of automobile Barney Oldficld out to win every race btuilied tires. His consistent success led other drivers to ask for tires constructed to his specifications. Twenty years of road and track victories with n steady and increasing demand for tires as he built them convinced Barney Oldfield that these speed tests pointed the way to a better tire for everyday use. The enthusiastic reception of Cords by the public proved he Scores of the most was right. prominent dealers in the country and many thousands of car owners, experienced in the use of tires bear witness by their decided preference that Oldfield is doing a bigger and better job of tire making. This volume, handled in an effective way in every phase of manufac IN d Old-fie- ld better built and more enduring. Practically every important race event for three years has been won on Oldfields. The Wichita Tent Run in which an entire set of Oldilclc' Cords covered 34,626 miles on rough roads proves the mettle of the Most Trustworthy Tires Built in every-dadriving. The Master Driver and Tire Builder has given the public a new standard of tire wear and tire cost a true economy that every car owner should know about. Your Oldfield dealer has these facts talk to him. in price quotations far below what you'd expect on tires known to be ture and' distribution, has resulteu anweril father. ck." 1 Mother Mulled. She knew all about the man about the house. a Hill e i pr 1- Mm-.,..- ' Scene of Much Warfare. Slot., lie Ml I.Hwreoco I Ihe Imiiiii-iliry separating ('aiiinla and the United States, It was only nut unit that In tho wars between the Trench and the Itligllsli, and between Kligtaud ulld the American colonists, the Tliouuiid Is-lands were thu scene of linMirtuiit 1 . i TKRMS: The sale wil be made on a credit! The tale will be made on a credit of six and twe ve months, and thejof six and twelve months and the purchaser will be required to uxecute purchaser will be required to exwutc bonds with approved security, for bonds with approved security for the II. purchase price, payable to W. 11. the purchase price, payable to llrown, .Master Commissioner, due Hrown. Master Commissioner, due in in six and twelve months respective- x and twelve month respectively ly, with Interest at six per cent per w,th interest nt six per cent per from date until paid, having j num from ,ate until paid, haviiis; the the force and ilTect of a Judgment, force and elfecl of a judgment upon upon which execution. may Issue, nnd which execution mav Issue, und a !en u lien will bo retained upon the land, WH be retained on the land until the until the purchase, money Is paid purchase money is paid. W. II. Urown, Matter ComW. II. HROWX, Master Com. nilssioner, (. C. C. missioner Garrard Circuit Robinson & Kuuffman, Attorney Court. L. I.. Walker, Attorney for I'ltf. for I'lffis. Capt. Am Ilourne, Auct. Capt. Am Bourne, Auct. cuinpulgiis. Some of thu early struggles be- twceii the troquid und the Algonquius In were fought III tlir neighborhood, i war liiuliy battles the took place uiiiung the Islands and on 'ho adjoining shores. In the Hciolii-tlound in the War of 1SI2, thu do- felise of the Section WUS Considered of In the Patriots' decided liuortatice. war, with Its recurrent outbreaks In 1 CK, many of Ihn more 1H.T7 und clashes took place on this pun Xotahte among these of the rlu-r- . were tho capture of the llrltlsh frlgnU Sir Robert Pol. near Well's Isluiid. und tht battle of the WUiduilll, PrMCott. la lh3& Prencll-Hngllsl- Th Moat Trustworthy Tir Built uw Th Central Racord, Lancaster, Ky.. Thursday Sept 21,1 922 AT ROCK BOTTOM PRICES. ROCK BOTTOM PRICES ARE Slaughter Sale of Tires HERE-TO-FORE UNHEARO OF. KNOCK SOME ARE AT COST ANO BELOW. OUT AND SELL TO YOU ANYWAY. Kelley Springfield Fabric 30xn nOxHi. Non-Skid il Non-Ski- RIGHT AND TIRES . IF THESE DON'T SUIT WE WILL THE BOTTOM SPECIAL ON' OXFORD Fabric :to.x:t .'-- SPECIAL ON GOODYEAR TIRES :iOxHj .".2x1 .TJx-- l X-i ...... ...$5.75 ...$6.25 $12.50 HOx.'P- Either Croat Rib or Groove Cord .TJ.vl Cross Kib Only Cord , $12.50 Tube free $25.75 Cord :iox:t'w :2x-- i -- .... .19.00 No tube $10.00 No tube $13.50 $21.00 No tube No No No $24.50 ..$16.99 $17.50 M.vl :Mxl - 33x4 .. . $25.90 :Mxi .$25.00 $26.00 tube tube tube OUR PRICES ARE LOWER THAN THE LOWEST QUALITY-CHEAPER THAN YOU CAN BUY FROM CHEAPEST MAIL ORDER HOUSES NOTWITHSTANDING THE HIGH WE LOOK AFTER MAIL ORDERS VERY PROMPTLY. IN OTHERS AND NOTICE TO MAIL ORDER CUSTOMERS, ADD EXTRA FOR MAIL ORDERS 30x3, 15 CENTS; 30x3 2, 20 CENTS PROPORTION. SECOND STREET ARNOLD BUGGY WORKS GARAGE IN CONNECTION DANVILLE, KY. your daughter wnntrt to The pic mppcr vrt hail last Satur- Snyder and baby, were in Danville Yes, it's quite true that day night was well attended. We Thursday. men's skirts are coming down. discard her Iouk hair'.' realized $118 from It which went to Mr. nnd Mr. I'roston Snyder and We mean they are to be made Garrard National Farm Loan Assn Some people imagine that pay on the organ which we have .Mr. and .Mrs. Cleo liny nttended the ponder. bought for the school, surprise dinner Riven nt the home of The men don't like it, and the farmer is a lucky dog who Federal Farm Loans. .Mil. Kdnn (Jrow, who ha been n .Mr, and .Mrs. Floyd .Snyder Friday. many of the women are peeved lives in plenty and has nothing .ttudent of Nina ichool, will leave to do but enjoy life. RATE OF INTEREST 51 PER Monday for Herea, to enroll an a ' Kentucky over the latest decree of It may be true, but most student at the Herea College. Wo CENT. Karth weaves her brightest garland would be willing to are sorrow that Kdna is i;olng to leave Hut the longer a duress is the farmers for your crown trade jobs with the merchant, u.t, but we hope her ucces. at Herea. For information see And utrew your path with flower more the dressmaker can) The Club Girli of our school gave1 and waving grain, charire for mukinir it. Then or the banker, or the doctor, or n picnic Saturday on Silver Creek. G. B. SWINEBROAD, Anil when nhove ;our head the of the or mon ,,n the manufacturer who nuikw',awtr tl program wa given,; . t. 1. . A charming I. I. heavens frown Secy-Tr- e. mnvr i,tM,ow wm w,,rh UI,H which was enjoyed by all who heard .Tij the goods, and the merchant hut thft harbinger of ble.ed tia-,m,t' . it. Among the visitors was Mis a,,(J th who sells them, all get a crack hm,rs a rain' who gave are at the customer in the increas-- l i farmers fir., leading an in- - JoyceonSyler. convention nn Interesting A mk.hty s,,irit moVt,1 liafh f,,ilM i .1 At..... the Garrard; the ' uiem.em. .av talk clod wiey llie, ed nmniint nf miitorinl rnnnir ,. , ... . mil .i " : countv i Mutt Da Partnership. Emtrslds Amonj Aittc Trtasur", an oi ineir iiuiuiiuiniuuuu land Hovle year. irirls had nt aI'errv- - And wondrous life Is born in field ,i . lor good t. trtMt tilirl. There was Of in titul np'iln, u mun who full In ' Auxin: In Artec trmMires of Mrt and wood; . . ...... . II .......Iville this v.., . crowd present to enjoy the hospital No doubt, 'twas in Kentucky herr .Tni N were found, tunilo till scheme of life could htill, there is an element of.im ' Ico MiHMt nit ml II K from ll ii tin tl.st tlm success It some rapnlili! innti would good in almost everything that'work' '"an-- more t,,a" u,Khl ity of the club girls. that God forming a take lilni In ImiiJ. Init be'il lime to Ix mnerilflrfu' emerald Looked on His work and saw that comes along. .Masculine eye nours a iay. llllng. of Suln part nf tin t")nl LOYO Who is willing to tratie it was good. strain will be considerably ren miHHf.il tn lmv' places with any of the farmers lieved. That will compensate School Tablet!. A. II. Uaitin & Co. These children of your fields that Trial "Midway City." "Uufl-t'Pttrjt." hereabouts, prosperous and wurvtt Shu Atlml. Tew. some. ., kire. we sec ' Is lint name Several from here attended the .. "llurke's iVfnsr" i .i. uthrtH rwule (turn New mi the u,t irt ' i iitlll-- l And now another thought! na,,,,J appllfl to it Are like Cornelia' famous sons burial of l!acuni Ford nt Lancaster It l 1.113 Fntneiseo. l Tork Sh Imagination carries us a long Sunday afternoon. fvl llernlillc Dictionary will' frrnn Nw York ettr and 1,111 .iiiH nut. It will Int M,,. mid. of old, f tin l'tvrHKt' and ltriw lu! of the way, but it drops us back with Tho Jewels of your crown, and mile fro Stm Fraud"!. leal people, because there will Mr. OUie llnrr and Mist Madge l t'nlteil KUichm" It u llrt proudly we Ilarr, were with Mr. and Mrs. Hubert be less demand for long dis- h thud. Joint llurke, un Irt.li in t .i Acclaim your gifts as blesitngs Worie Than Pclion Ivy. Simpson Sunday night. linn of letter. It runtninot the liames tance magnifying glasses. CUNNS CIIAI'EL manifold; ntrnWe The nmt lanniH f all tli Itrltlaii (x'vrn ami iKironet Mr. and .Mrs. I.. I.. Matthew, .Mrs. Your horn of plenty holds a treasthat of tin itrtiwooil Shucks! It's ail muddled publication ill nli'lialKtlvnl xW. Tlie hioii ure rare . xtlll Iwuiil uiiunll) ami School Tablets. A. H. Uattih & Co. Hubert Simpoii were visitors of .Mrs. renanled tree of the r'.Jl lUml. tn lnp of up any way we look at it. William SImp.on Sunday. tmml Don't take my word, go sec it at ii mi BiitliKit) ni tin' in ulci:y of tlx' xap ImIHhc on thehot W 'a painThe only way of escape' is to Miss llivsio Hughes was a guel uf Mr. and 'oti.-tof a ful hi railing lint iti (uutllles. the Fair. Mr. William S. Kay atquit looking. Hut what red .Mrs. Hunter Davis. Courier Journal. tended the birthday dinner given A little son of Mr. ami 'Mrs. 'blooded man will voluntarily .Mr. Ornnt Sander Friday. Necessity is the mother of many do that. has been quite ill. Mr. and .Mrs. J .1). It.iy, .Mr. and wo-fwh- en ! j ' t j I v . a I I ! v .it s I "tnlil-aj- usu-II)- publli-ulbx- I rum-?llci- I Irrl-tun- t -- I i Ilur-tun- 's W O.lRKiNKY W. H. DICKKRSON W. 0. RIONEV Ollicc I'hone 1H. & CO. Funeral Oirectors and Embalmers Residence I'honr 33. f Lancaster, Kentucky. Teit. Give unto the needy In proportion as the Lord gives unto you but don't expect that alone to open the pearly gates. The fellow who is able to gfe a dollar to charity and jdoels out a nickel gets credit from the Lord for only the nickel he gives. The poor person who gives (more than he or she 'can really alfonl gets credit far beyond an invention that won't sell. Mr. Newt Chandlvr bo been with Mrs. Ilaily Kay snout the day Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Tom Dooliu. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Trator. Kight hours constitutes n day's .Mr and Mrs. William S. Kay and labor or at least that is what some Mr. John Sewnll has moved to Mr. I'ratherV. His condition is slightly baby, Mrs. J. D. Hay and Mrs. Fred people are paid for. If Jt Is reulli jour friend that In U trouble lie il"Mi't hate to ink foi help. And Often Doai. JiM.p run take mi Inrh of fart mul ktretrli It Into janl of eiiiHll Hoi ti.ti TniiiM-rl- i t ul It U estlnmte.1 that the retail bU)lni: In the 1'iilliit Stntw two-thlnl- ' Frltndt'ilp'i the amount given, ou may hide your ability to No Joy m City Picking. give from human eyes, just as A girl lieer mvuk to care much for n man If be HiluUt he ran set you hide your wealth from the him ilivneer be - riiuly to try. ns.ses.sor, but the Ah Seeing One knows of every penny you Hlitoric EnglUh Curio. j Women Chief Retail Ouyers. Aiiiunc Windsor tbe trunk the I Hike battle of utle the lntcr-tini- t eurlos l u ehair liiaile out uf possess. of the famous elm by wdlcl of Welllnctoli InhI at thi Wnterl The pearly gates are easily opened and they are just aa easily closed. Are you troubled with insomnia? It's easily cured in ! Orcat Public Dencfactor. .Voting Ii repuieil to hat the orlclnnl teHrhi r of how to Powerful Argument. wheat nnd wine make brvnil fr-HnklnK of think' for ion Im from rice. hIhmii tinw It, .ent-T- he life Inaiirnni-e- . Jut think of the heap' brend ni known In patriarchal times t when jou art' nnd became it 'rofewion tn Itmne In u will of inone) ITU II. 0 ll'Ull. l dono by weinen, (IiIiir tx-- m hl f g-- most cases. Walk a mile before break- fast. Hotfoot it, and don't Put in eight hours of good hard work, and don't loaf ou tlm job. Hat three square meals a day, chew your food properly, and drink oodles of water. Walk two miles more after supper, and push yourself j lK. improved. Mr. and Mrs. Hichard Hall and children, were guests uf Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Davis Sunday. Mrs. Ilobart May was taken to a Lexington hospitnl for an operation for appendicitis, Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Irvine Simpson and family were among thoe who w're in Lancaster for tliu burial of Mr. 11. C. Ford Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Hast and sons, of 1 1.in ley, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Davis nnd Mr. and Mrs. John Land. Mr. and Mrs. John Hall and little daughter, Hazel, spent the week. end j with Mr. and .Mrs. Kussell Holmun,' near Pleasant Hill. Mr. Harvey Teater has been mak-- , iug considerable improvements about his home by building a concrete cel- lar, wash house, etc. Mrs. John Land was winner of the tlrst prize in the contest conducted by the Southern Agriculturist on the subject, "What my Vote Means to Me." ) Home for Sale - AT - Auction As executor of Sallie D. Tillett, I will on Saturday, Sept. 23rd, AT 2:30 P.M. sell her house and lot located on Crab Orchard street,nov occupied by Lee Prewitt This is a fine chance to get a splendid little place, good house, barn, smoke-housetc., and good fruit trees of all kind. The sale will take place on the premises. Terms: 10 per cent cash, 30 per cent on January 1st., 1928, and balance January 1st., 1924. Possession January 1st., 1923. e, NINA SCHOOL I I BE READY JANUARY 1st 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 loans. OUR RATE IS 5a PER CENT. No red tape, just good old plain farm loans, like getting the money from your local bank, local and liberal valuations Oxed. If you are now paying 0 per cent interest you are letting money got away from you that should be saved. Just call me by phone or write to me at l'uint Lick, Ky., olTice, Peoples Hank, and I will do the rest along. C!o to bed only when you begin to feel drowsy. You'll sleep. In 1021 the women of America spent more than $28,000,-00- 0 School Tabids. A. II Uaslin at Co. Miss Clara Long, who is visiting Miss Her I'rather was also it visitor lit wliool Friday. Miss Kosa (irant, who has been confined at home with the mumpts, is able to be at school again. We are having u good attendance Q. WOODS for hair nets. When the hair is worn bobbed there is but little need for a net. ' M r. Thrifty Kuther, why kick at this writing and indications are that It will continue to be so. The club girls uro getting along nicely. They have finished the tint course and are ready to commence the second. Mr. Uutlcr Sebastian was a visitor ut our school lust week. We are glad to have our patrons stop In and see us an. I give us a word of ul-w- H. Clay Kauffman EXECUTOR OF SALLIE D. TILLETf 4 The Central Record. Lancaster. Ky.. Thursday, Sept 21,1 922 WE HAVE A COMPLETE LINE OF AUTO ACCESSORIES. WE SELL THE OLDEST BATTERY MADE EXIDE. W EARE PREPARED TO STORE YOUR CAR BY DAY, NIGHT OR MONTH. WE SELL THE LEADERS GAS AND MOVOLINE OILS. BLUE GRASS ARE YOU QETTIING THE SERVICE WE OFFER YOU? Phone 234 NINA John Smith has moved Kirksvillc. Ml Flora Lee (Jay spent Sunday with Gladys Chance. Mr. Clyde Morgan i visitlnpr hi brother, in Cincinnati, KINNAIRD Mirror Cleanser. BROS. tl.-an' rn Lancaster, Ky back to A soft clotli tWppeil In spirits ( cam phor Is effective In cleaning a greasy t mirror. He's Worse Than a Nuisance As tliiegur to the teeth unit a smoke l the sluggard to them to the eye. Hint end him. Solomon. BURLEY GROWERS IN GOOD POSITION Director of Warehouse! As To- I serts Supply of Good bacco Outside Miss llcsie linker spent Thursday Watted Time. To argue with one who I under the night with Mis. I.ucy Kidd ation Insignificant and always In the right he Mr. Clyde Morgan ha been vlsi- - delusion llmt time.Is Albany Jnurnul. Is wute of Holdings of Pool tine home folks this week. the Recovers Timber. Mr. Chester Elkin and son, are Needed iniken tlnilivr a Tor rvnerinr gueits of her mother, this week. grappling tleiiie hti Imvii liuetited In Lexington. Ky.. On hi return The friends ami relatives of Carl Swollen (hut remiln open when gave him n bis surprise din! linker us It Is from West Virginia where he had Inuer.il into w.iier ner Sunday. been to arrange for the immediate rntseii construction ami opening of receiving Hev. Howman will begin n meeting plants for the Hurley Tobacco Grow-jerat the Ilethel Christian church Satj Associ- s' urday, Sept. 23rd. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Wheeler and son with Mr. anil spent the week-en- d Mr. Karl Lone CAII? AC I 1 tin UP LANU ' A number of people at th.s place GAI.RAItl) CIHCtMT COUHT enjoyed a fish fry 'n Mrs. Kl Haker' Aioetatton i insigni- I'lnmtllKl farm last Saturday. Florence Lane, et nl. ani, by Mrs. Sam I'rather anil Mr. Charlie Defendants, ernrocnt report and that every" pound Marion Hurt, et al. Creech spent the day with Mrs. Pursuant to a judgment rendered; the Association ha will be needed, Willie I'rather Thursday. i, lUrker iiointed out the fact at the August Term. 1922. the un- -' Mr. and Mrs. K. It. Hast and Dan dersigned Commissioner will sell at .. . th .variation had nearly 'JO East visited Mr. E. It. East's mother, cent of the .,22 crop signed up ' in Wayne county, recently. l:ili.iiif County. Kentucky, at ten o'clock, and that the amount that would be apple sauce n irilll or thereabout, on unlit outside tne Aociauon woui-- i Mr. and Mrs. Forest Hoss spent V He with Mrs. Itoss father, I SATL'HDA Y, OCTOHKIt 7th., I9S'J.,nt exceed sixty million pounds. last week-enthe said this would leave about fifteen!! in Mr. W. F. Henry, ot Ited Lick, Ky. the real estate mentioned pleadings and described as follows: milliuil pounds each of tobacco avail Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Anderson In Garrard County, Ky., and on with the waters of Scott's Fork. Begin- able for the four leading mnnufuc spent the week-enand children be a Mr. Anderson's brother, at College ning at a post at S. W. corner of turer. and that this would not garden fence on top of ridge. West drop in the bucket of the needed Hill. house ami in line supply. For that reason he expressof Mike Simpson There was a pie supper at the night for the church house Saturday would soon take all the hold purpose of buying an organ for the W. 4.32 chain to a post on top of a turers ' ridge; thence down a drain, S. 'Ji'lh, ings of the Association and that they school. K.Cfi cnains to an ash; S. I!"1, would take them even if they werei W. The sewing club of Nina went to W. S.Hii chains to the center of a larger than they will be branch, corner to Heather Kay; Silver Creek Saturday on a picnic. Director Marker said that the situthe branch, All reported a fine time and lots of thence with his line downC2, E. 2.U8 ation in West Virginia and Southwith Its meanders. S. good things to eat. chains to nn elm; S. 33, E. 3 chains, eastern Ohio had undergone a conE. siderable change with.n the past few Mr. and Mr. Claude Kidd and Mr. S. 42H, K. 8.44 chains; S. and Mrs. Chester Elkin and son, (o.iu chains; s. itv; r.. a cnain; a. months, and thnt busme.ss men and to SO, E. point in with their pare- branch, I.t7 chains Harrison spent the week-enHay; bakers, who had been laboring under corner to n nt.-.. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Kidd. thence his line up a drain; N. 2114, a mistaken idea of what the E. S chains, N. 13 U. K. 4.UC chains proposed to do in handling to an elm: N. 17, E, 4 82 chains to tobacco, had declared for it when a locust. N. 52 4. E. 0.U0 chains to a M. S locust; N. IS, E. S.44 chains to a they understood the true nature of post; thence S. 784. E. 784, E. its operations. HATFIELD 10.80 chains to a !ot. corner of ii "The grower who doe.s not see fit to locate elsewhere, I will on Ha vini? acres sold to Luther -Simpson; thence I to sell his tobacco through our coV ..I. t.1. t nil tiuuii.i , r.. DENTIST wun nn line l''rative has a right to a market, a point in a spring branch: thence OCico oear Tha Garrard Baak. And those who un said branch. N. WJ. W. 4 chains,! said Mr. Darker. Phoaes Olice S. Residence 376. N. 70. W. Si chain to a stake m have joints! the also KENTUCKY. branch near a spring; N. .LANCASTER. i have a right to sell u black walnut; thence up chains to towns in a lull, N. 17, E. 7.38 chains to a stone Hunington and the other on tup of a ridge; thence down the which we have established plants, ridge. S SO, E. 2.27 chains, S. 71 '4, where there are loose leaf houses not K. 7.7.1 cha.ns. S 37. E. 3. IS chain to in the association will have both 3 elms, in stone fence, S HO1, E S.hO marketing tobacco. chains to a point in center of Scott's methods of MINERAL DIRECTOR Fork; thence down the creek, N. U, "The amount of tobacco of the old E. 7.8S chains to a point in creek; crops not in the hamis of the manuORlre Over National Hank. corner of 1 acre sold to Nervia East; facturers is insignificant, nil of it Krsidence i'hone :i. Otlice Phone HT thence with her line, along a clilf is worthwhile being n tho hands W. 11.25 chains to a sycamore that LANCASTER. KY. on new Danmy home one mile from otTer With under sai.l clin; thence N. 17 s, E. of the Hurley 2 chains to center of creek; thence our membership increased and many for a home. has five down creek with its meanders, N. 12, of the now growers in the association. ville pike. This is a new house . .i W. 10 chains; N. 57, W. 1.1 chains, i i.. un...i " ine loiiaeeo ironureu uuiniir .i - ium 311, W. 3.77 chains to a point in porch back porch, rooms below with nice center of creek, corner to W. W. with that on hand will last n mighty VETERINARIAN. time, and it is absolutely c r Simpson; thence leaving the creek short with little expense you can rooms above, unfinished, will c !! Cll Antvared Promptly Dap oe and with Simpson's line S. 10, W. 4 tain that the chains, S. 10. W. 3. St chains to a trol the market. I'll. m. 317 iiehi pjint ir. a drain ; thence up the drain, back door. Good room house. Dandy have an "We are nut worrying In the least S 2, E. 2 chains to u buckeye; S. 21 KENTUCKY W. 2 (In chain to n post, corner of over the situation and, personally, I outbuildings. Lot has 107 feet hen house and W, W. Simpson and Lewis Simpson; wish our present holdings of tobacco thence with Lewis Sinipnu S. 7, W. were twice ns large as they are j Clay U.7I chains to the beginning, con deep. 700 Wherever business men and bankers' taining iuu..i. acres, more or less. of' The purpose of said sale i tit di- have had a correct understanding Law Real Also same time will sell household and kitchen marketing ilea, vide tne net liroreeds arisim? from the Money to loan on f arrru. ! ,a'11 nJe niong the Joint owners they have Joined the farmers In buck- -' car, in first class condinew; one Ford , 'm irui, "aiiiiuis uii'l iieieiniiiiii, ill'- - ing It. We expect that to be true List your farm for tali pnv-- , to their respective interests. now on in the untingtou tern from TElt.MS. ately or at auction. things too nution in every respect. A few tools tory. sale will made Office over J. W. Smith's Store. of The and twelvebe months, on n credit six "llU'iliess peuple have been four-- , and the merous to mention. I purchaser will be required to execute teuu and have treated us with the bond with approved a a for hospitality said to be churncter itlc the purchase price, payable to V. II. EASY. Hrown, Master Commissioner, due of you West Virginians. We are OITOMUTUIHT glad we met the in and glad of the op. .2" ' I'ractlco il ! !"'.T.: limited T. to tell them Just what we to diagnoiing and annum from date until paid, having nortuiiitv propose to do in handling the tobac I correcting defects the force and elfect of u Judgment, Virginia grower. I lit Eyesight by upon which execution may issue, and co of West of a lien will be retained upon the land eontrurt under which the tobacco Is fitting the of until the purchase money Is paid. signed is for live years and will beM propor glasses. W. II. Hrown, Matter Com. enforced to the letter, so that every DANVILLE. KENTUCKY. mtssioner Carrard Circuit grower who comes into the association Court. Oppcelt GUcker Hetel. will have his rights fully protected L - Walker, Attorney to IS ana 1 to p.av Capt. Am Bourne, Auct. for I'llT. Of ion Hoars against any possible contract break- illf-ferec Cooperative Association, Dlree-- . tor o f Wnrehoue Kalnh M. Barker Association grow-uA'!c',ar,',l ,hnt nerd not worry ever any danger of a necessity f holding their crops u'p,y of Xohate H, aM ionkr t ffiWprSW Idea Being Esteuded. BUCKEYE Franklin In Hear Barklejr The principle of 'he nnium to unli-ii- l Congreman A. W. llarkley of the la being apptlel products In coul, liuil'II' Co. School Tablets. A. II. Batlln Inrce iUsn grntli mid other First District will address the tobac- titles. Mrs, Dan lUy were in Mr. and co growers of Simpson county at the Kichmnnd Monday Court lloue in Franklin, Wednesday, Painter's Secret were In Use wotxl alcohol to remote old Mr and Mrs. Walter (!r September 20th., in the interest of paint or varnish when about to re Lexington TueMlay. the Dark Tobacco Grower' decorate furniture. Apply with soft Association. Mr and Mrs. Jess Mill anJ daughbrush, ntiil after a few luliuiles rub oft with olil cloths. If Mlnt U very ter visited llerea rrfotttly. Cynical Idea. thick and dry more tlnnj mutt It Mr. and .Mrs. T. S. I'ieratt and The cjiilenl bachelor seems tn fe rImii to "soak," rnl a putty knife girl can conic Is may with Mrs. that nit the tiu nciled to remote the worst daughter, spent Tillies. hi of the olil pulnt. Tills will reunite old OKIhnm. near Ktchatond. finish exactly as well a the prepared Msss May we Sebattlmi Has returnOh, Splashl ,tnrnlsli remoter, nl wiieh less cost, ed home after several week's stay eyes met for lie careful Hot to inhale the nlcuhol, From n Story Thrtr with her sister. Mr MUi Grow. i lone, hreathlo imMttent and suntc nor get It In the c)i when using1. together." ItoMnti Trnrrlpt llt MyrtU Ieivii vm NrH prl on a middy suit an4 Him listeria Itay An.r ii Mimicry. A Versatile Tru.t ure ar frotHetitl) third prise om a middy sit at State iliertrr .i In I'on-ens- t we rf.nl of u New Vork stniek wltli ii.- - -- 11111,11 rweMibtaHcrs Pair KrtMiMti wim wim i u.i as has an of t Iijia, .lrtel vOefc alwl tv RlMl There will he all vntortailtment tortb. and laratMl IH the aie ni country ami who bad eatMsed the postil t i.,n .ml ..f the liees-sit- t nail ire rrem eupper at the servile of nil olil I'retlrk :ir.illan n of rMntlHl MCHlltM r ColifiHil-tnetiMiiditariiim Satuntay evening keif InIds gnlile. The frota oaetttMM An tliterettliic ning at seven a'eloek. riiiuin HfcH to nk olil nuin .puwltyli the eintiiptf of ltd klixl of reeinbtalire uoottl the Itps. l'nee pree4ied SuHtiay nwrti-m- g wn olijift that num. tils rireii .lil by a et erwnwit Ilsppi-ntit! eliitnp IlilttmillM. Hot,,,li.. ethlMtesi n on tost Matthew. 7:2. Sunday ller of rrntiberry sine on the l. re of tin found inb i ittu. iim rocLii tour evening text. Malthew. 2i):3. Sublake, lie mIiiI llio nbt man what they (HIIIH. mi l Htre nlM, fHletiei ject, 'Christ's Willing Surrender" wero hihI whellier Hi"' r gHd to the rufc. ir . f oi.Mli When Ids Mtbjert.next Sund morning will I est 't h . I to rat Ht...iol say lit rel tie almost in ehllitit Mmv Know That so. Vou take tlmt lilt and prsfi.-i- t ii.. - .t. . f irm nl color be "How the Worll u ,vi.'rr g xwl us the ' ill dIn ti htm she mnle ...ms surr.'jiiil.ng II. I arr. a ( hrstiar. " ( i . an, I tear S.ty giNM.--.Miell- li' , -- IllM-s-t- r ibr-M- n,-i,ri.- e ) tl - d d - PUBLIC SALE LOCK, STOCK AND BARREL decided 32, d asso-ciatio- - L. . 11 L- ..-c . J. A. Beazlev Saturday, Sept 30 AT ONE O'CLOCK built but P. M. It for sale Lancaster, Or. Printus Walker , front and screened; three eight cistern at Green And Walker Estate j garage, frontage and other feet at furniture, all practically touring and other Uo a--vr- Dvuvc Dt Krfc; TERMS W. B. Durham The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky.. Thursday Sept 21,1 922 Cmmm Snist md Eniptioiis! flora' Somhlit About S. 3.5. Tlat You'll Bo CUd to lit or. Ton mUht Jut aa wall know It riant now, the muMi uf Kklti rruMlona, plmplea, Mrkhria, llla an.t so on, I Until In llm l.lool. Tlirta I fin art-tin- K nwajr from IL Htliinn V Vim ran fund It Wliaii l'ni It uf akin truutilrsan. I Ilia raiio la In tlio tluuJ, It lin t cuiii- tuitions lmal BtSSSSSSSSsS t.h V.u An Anjfllr skint Lat 5. P-- H. mnn rena In strrrV treat the sVtn. uf K H A mil .i.ti In ixi HHH. what I ImPlvnuie Hi jmir 1. r. - it ilrlTM Ii a IfitllW- out Hie Imhurltlra wliiiti .aiwo .,ithmi, lltl I4.l likl lM-t,li- i lattar. ru.h. I'lmplr, IJatiMfa an) otlirr skin ar- Wla thaw lmtiiril ywTnui t atop Mtrral rry rrwn liaMlnir. ir ht lil. tfc ) our (WMIwiiom kbl w."l.l m- - 1mlfr-. HUH. ItMt llio ba-ala Imi a .wrfil U ' I II InilMa ww in. t. hfc4-rI- I. Ttiat'a wtr It fi.la ...( maVafi Ih.n llwlai. hatal rtitrka. Imr fWn. Il ioM lltllo til rrraln hwtiMkTtNHi H II In you. H. !. tlila In lw altra. ..II at all ilma; Tl.o lAtccr U U llio liHiro ecuouoical. L iiaHoilaii lar. II tiDnwwa vme Vk hk that uf , I'rtwfenni, or II ronwell fl. hxmmh, rulr. h a tnnl rrnllMnaN, hmti-llfu- !. fn hl ilrlvwi mil, tlringi ni rrui'tlnn". turn smi-uia- Votir ywjr ral ,lrt. successful bf c mm begin their preparMr, Sieve Mcllnlnc, wife anil ations for the proper wintering of chiblren, nml Mr. Jnme Johnson, of their colonic. An abundance of Lexington, were with relatlvci here fnml of good quality, plenty of younir Inst week, bees nml vigorous young queens are Mr nnl Mm. W. N. Crow, of Poor the best pnsaihlr insurance of sue-ce- Ktdgc. Mr. anil Mm. Kd Crow nml next season. Ailil to these, iult-abl- e Mrs. II. l Thompson, were in Lexprotection for the winter month ington, Monilny. nrn! the beekeeper has ilone bin port Mr. ami .Mr. Edward Howling, of to prepare fur the crop to come. lluenn Vista, nml Mrs. House, of "One of the mint urgent demands Camp .S'clsun, were with Mr. nml Mrs. j confronting the beekeeper at thin W. S. Howling Sunday. time of the year n to see that there Mr. nml Mrs. Steve Walker and are plenty of youni; beet In every I 'uve before it I placet! In winter little son, of Judson, spent n part of quarter. If eolosiie were reiUfen last week wUh her parent, Mr. nml f e.; earlier in the season, there should Mri F. W Montgomery and attended ! plenty of young sees present. services hero. On Friday, Sept. 8th., Mr. John II vs also arMHiltl be examined at this me of the year nnd the amount of Jnckon was given a surprise birth- l.r... I an I stare in ench determined, 'dny dinner to celebrate hi Vi nnm-Th- c i..ii.wilitt of three full frame vemnry. Thoo present were Mr. if hr...- t enough to carry the colony and Mri. J. K. Shrraw, of Nichola- nfe.y through the winter. From JO ville, Mrs. Mnttle lime e, of HryanU ! Ml poun4 of 'tore should be left ville, Mesdnmea Harry Stone and Homer Humphrey, of this place. l! each hive. "It i not a myirtc proposition to Quite an enjoyable day wn spent, carry any but rtront; colonic thru nnd nil left whing him many happy the winter. All wnk eelonie nhauld return of the day. be uniliil with utreni; one Ilev. Mnnley, pastor and Uev. J. unlei there i omo particular reason why-i-t II. lleCarmo, Hvangclist, of Memphis, is ilrnlrnlile to iwive the weak one. Tenn.. cktaed n two week'a meeting If the cdHil I!ev. ari- - wenk through the nt this place Sunday t'Vening. fault of their queen, the poorer one )e(iiirmo preachtnl the (lospel in lU should be killed bfire unitinu. If fullne to large attentive nudlence. there no choice of queens, they may- There were .11 addition to the be nllewud te flirnt it out for suprem- church. Ilapttmnl service, were at acy. The colonies should be placed Ii river Sunday nt .1:.10. 27 were The church member in their winter quarter Immediately immersed. were much benefited by the preachafter the flrt kltllnir frost." ing of this great man uf (Sod. )i ' i mmmmnm At the Land's End Uy JUSTIN WENTWOOD i rr C, I'nloa) br WriUin Land' Knd I n deoolalo rtrlp of bind Jutting fur out Into the ixiun. It I dotted with apart" llnlierinenV till, N"lr - ,. J I I cabins ben and there I a nnbody sei-tto own l.iind'H imdy giMK I Knd, no-- Kllliu lleiil t hi lobsler pta and rtirrli'it lila ,nfali nrrii.. tin. lint In llii. inurkel. Ill father bud lived theie, Iihi. I.ii nil Knd wn liotne In lilm. It should lime been to June, u , iillen, clrl wliii had tnood of Juy and lailshter. "June's nut one of u," said the sUMllerx. "Vou ran see It In her face." Shu I What she wn no oni; knew, Imd he'n washeil up from a wreck, 111 I linlx-- , year before, miraculously tireatblllg. All the rest of the puen-Ke- r liml gone iIiihii when the ship, ripped by the Needle, Hank to the hot totn of Peep Mule. I.llllll Iteeil mliipted her. III wife cured f"r her until she died. Then the girl stiijed with her adnpled eiMikeil fur lilm, kepthoiiM. Klllitl wn nut n tjninl. Just a miiiiImt, the elemental mull with strength mid gloom of the mm In hi colli. He never IHIiIiTMimmI .lune "What d'jou wnnt to go away fori" ' he would demand when tin1 clrl wn good enough for me, I Insistent. "It It ought to he eihhI enough fur you, I I lirouglit you up Itaten't ni my own I J 11 r, here. White Trucks $180,000,000 worth in active service by far the largest total investment in a single make 5-t- on 34-to- n 2-t- on yrlan $4,500 4,200 3,250 2,400 f. O. II. Factory Harrodsburg Ice and Produce Company llAKItODSllUKI,. MT. IILBKON "S. S. S. U for ialr at McKsbert Drutf Store." (llrtayml) Mr Ilerdert lloliirlaw, el (Iilli. rU Crt ek. attendol servlco here Humlny Jartaj tX uojiuaiv 'xx 'trrxiAnooi 4. - Tracy, MU of lruulh exjerien4rd throughout III la Ik. iMInat uf llMr ntinl. Mr. K.ntucky dunnu the la.t few month f. and other relative. ha i wot Kill a .evere nnnltnip on lice The school at this place ha an enin the state by reducing the number week. from which rollment of ". for the first of lilMHm and accord- thoy draw their food supping, Mr nml Mrs. Woolfonl Scott and .nc t II. II. Jewell, be specialK Kentucky Agricultural Kxpcri- - Misa Iluttie Scott were guest of their of the ment Sattion. As a result of this grandmother, Mr. F.. F. Scott beekeeper are being .Mr and Mrs. Andrew Clark and iei to feed any colony which may vmvc failed to secure sufficient tore( children, of Madison county, were to carr it safely through the winter, j week end guest. of Mrs. Kliznbth "This is the time of the year whcnOntott Bees Suffer as Drouth mcht. Mr. Oliver Merrideth and urant Retards Flower n, of Stanford, spent a part of U 'week with relative here. Growth SmIIiiClKithnm, ller itc n;ipuo tti J no J) ia fini ool 4oi noX )n oj )in jnai iotm rwli Jno ji .ui uao jnoX imi( 'atuoq umo l jnex u uxri jncui JnoX av lUo; Xui ll'.Vi J'JJ" noji aoijoiuoj )( so pjiu IIXKV.t .40 HIV.l VtlXXH u UJ (UK llJOJi ,uUapprui aitl aAH t'm XpaJM uvqi ajcui ou itoa 'xins auha:i iixi.w :i:m.t "qioio PK JOpii tisntMll uo ,nR Ja-V- I ean't sliind for It here," June muttered. "I want to ii the city 1 wnnt it Utile fun." I In' cry of until. It wa Itlthu took roiin-i- 'l of h nelgblMir. o settle down "She'll he read when low roiiien nlonc," he said. "They're nil Nlike at Ihilt age." Iile eatne where no one would have looli-for It. In the person of Tom Santley, the nclghbor'n sou, a melancholy. Intm-p- ti Ikv who pla)e the lldille drearily along the dune, had ambit Inn wbleb ecry one enuld were ilennei never to bo realized. It wan propinquity, ierh.ip, u chance nn enibnici- - they wnnl or two. a ere engaged. "I dn't what the enn fiv In xahL Tom Santley" the nelghhor how sin can hull) rng "I can't him that way, or why he Maml for d gnir I Ky 21 ,YEARS OF KNOWING ,11 OW The Only Way XsiJi i iriXXH .loniX !).! IIX()'I.' V.K'AK HHVK AO JKHHI USV Ki'I.IKVH HH.M ADMfMISTRATQB'S OF nil I PERSONAL at As Administrator I'Ulilic auction on f Cyrus Daly, PROPERTY. docoased, I will sell to the highest bidder Wednesday, fine One One final it. V - October AT TEN O'CLOCK A. M. ! 4th, 1922 The following personal property towit HORSES AND MULES One year old liorso initio l;iei. eood worker and driver. Itfl One sorrel hrood mare. horse. sorrel One aed mare mule. sorrel mare, extra ood worker. One team of 5 year old mare mules. ood o year old Hay eldim,', One team of (5 year old horse mules. worker. - One 700 pound hoifor. One hlaek hull calf and one red heifer calf. CATTLE One 700 pound steer, One Hlaek cow. One Hereford eow, trood milker. HOGS sows with pbw. One sow to farrow soon. Svon head sto.uk how. :t brakes; i"den One wheat drill: t: plow; H double shovels; - cultivators; lcorn planter; I cultinjr harrow; Hay rake; DeeriiiK mower; two horse waon; 1 corn sheller; box; btiKny: tarpaulin r I stands of cross cut saw: about 5,000 tobacco sticks; bees; some meat; about NO chickens; a lot of hoes, harness, shovels and forks, 1 1 1 Cut-tin1 1 1 1 1 SHEEP Five ewes and one Iluek. FARMING IMPLEMENTS Hinder; :' turnliiK' plowM li hemp District, the isue prices of Saving (Vrtitlcutoi will be incrthia-- j Murrlaae is a sittnil liuKtutiaa June rend the letter, white of face, od, ellYi'tixi' October 1st., to fS'JOjat time. lene lipped. Then Toiu'h ilute wn for the 11.000 cMtilimtw. $$100 fur A ward and a Mw make many Tom wu the $100 certillcnto. and JL'0.60 fori heard and she shuddered. . onilng In. u' hwj the 2fi eertiticato. At those priciwit "Ion'l let him know!" whispered the iwrlilWate will yield 4 per vent Sundny Is a day of rnst, ami June. cuinpouiMlod if kokl of t rutting. "I gues he'll hate In knuw, said until maturity. Kllhu. The tioue uf a tongue Imlieiito tlie These uureu.is, it was stated, will "I I'm not going," anld June. "I u i'. Inn: of the brum. readju the interest rates on the I only wanted the right to go. If V nuiu u c ir old as long ns he (Vrtii'u ie- tn iu"'..r,i! to present I lou chose not to go. Land' Knd.M t ;.oung interest ie vc nt .i il market i..ns. ur Tom enme In. looking uncertainly ;ut hi betrothed; ho feared her tern-i per June Hung the letter Into the ! Knd, and Ing to you." ln wn happened through a limn spending the summer at Lund's Knd the year befon, an artist who pnlnted litis will make only one round trip to Lexington knew Italy, nnd had seen the Italian daily until road is completed. name written Inside one of June' haliy garment. LEAVES LANCASTER 7:40 A. M. June belonged to a wealthy family nt I'aduii, or Milan, or (lenoa. Thoy LEAVES LEXINGTON 5:30 P. M. were cnnohlcd, tiw, They bad lot a grandchild, ) enn before. In n wreck, while llio father nnd mother were to Washington, where the man (Incorporated) hml n diplomatic appointment. That wn bow the atorr run. PHONE 758-LEXINGTON, KY. Kllhu stood perplexed, holding the E. R. WEBB, Manager. letter. At llrst he did not know whether to tell June or not. He loved the girl In Id own fashion, nnd hoj dreaded letting her go to foreign l'nU 'PU'wIrt aoth. these cer- count rle. Kllhu did not trust foreign-- , i iii.ue they ran at you with knlve, m)1- inn in- urciiuci ai pracu-cal'- y soni'd you, nto snails, frog' teg and j all post oifices at the current mlc nnd were generally queer. price of SSOO.OO for the $1,000 He decided It wit her right to know, ; SO.OO for the $100 ccrti-ti- i 'There y nro. June, my gnl." he said, ate and $20.00 for the $l!.VO0 cerdinging the letter down on the (aide, l olumlius, Ohio Accurtiing to nn' the cerMNow joii enn do what you've lone nnnouncemcnt by the Savings Divis tificates, at which prices bad n mind to do. Yoit'e nlivuy ion of the Fourth Federal Reserve tificate will yield IV per cent compounded kicked ngnlnt the prick In Land' Treasury. j I I j I g Prevention is better than cure, though it doe not . often get in the papers. Lots of folks are advertising sure remedies for cold, erysipilas nnd lame back, but not once in a coon's nge do they tell us how to avoid these alTlictions. There lire two kind of mistake. uf that auto drivers make nt railroad erodings. Some motorists, a large number of them in fact, fail to reIt" They of their qunrrel member where they are. The bltlerne spread throush Ijind's Knd. She know the fatal result of being hit by gibed at him. tlmiteil him, and still a train of cars, but do not keep that They were idea in active circulation. To know they remained engaged. to be married In the summer, Totn n lot of thing. is great, but to prof-I- t reclaiming land, running up n wn by what we know i better yet. cottage. And they seemed at mortal To think about trams of cars when utrlfe. What would It ho after mar you drive near crossings it the natur- rloref One day an Htnlhlng nimor ntni'd thing but by no means the usual through l tie community, l'.llliu Imd thing; so one is led to think when he received u letter from the American ' a conMil nt I'ndim. r I'avln. or Klor- enre, or one of hoe nutlnnilMi place, J line parentage Imd lieen tnuvd. It tlf II, read. about daily disaster nt railroad crossings. It is harder to forgive the error of the driver who tries to bent his way ahead of a train. The other kind is dreamy anil mentally sluggish, but this one I ns wideawake as a chicken hawk and knows nil that is going on. Probably in one more generation it will surprise and shock people to read that in the year 11)21, over folksmeti, women nnd children, riding in automobiles, were killed or injured at public crossing-- , in this country. The only wny to check this frightful condition is to remind drivers, nnd then remind them again, of something they already know the danger of being forgetful, or of committing daredevil net. at the crossings. 0 j REO BUS LINES COMPANY Y ) r; j Issue Prices of Treasury! Savings Certificates To be Increased e. semi-annuall- take whatever: com- - y, - 1 ' KiM stove. -Hello, lilm. Tom!" she said, kiting! j SAVE MONEY WHEN YOUNG com-fortab- le a'iso a lot of Household and Kitchen and Dining Hoom and Parlor FurniCROPS ' ture. About 80 barrcU of new corn. THE SALE WILL BE HELD ON THE FARM OF THE LATE CYRUS DAILY, IN GARRARD COUNTY, KENTUCKY, NEAR THE LANCASTER AND PIKE AND NEAR THE FORK CHURCH. ABOUT C MILES FROM ABOUT ONE MILE FROM THE LEXINGTON PIKE ON THE LANCASTER. COUNTY ROAD LEADING FROM SAID PIKE TO THE DANVILLE AND PIKE. Terms announced on day of sale. LEX-INGTO- N LAN-CASTER i nnd forgotten. With arm linked they left the cottage mid panuk'd ucnw the duncK toward the sea. -Well, I'm swished." aald Kllhu. "June ulwnyH wn queer. It'a that ttuTo foreign blood In her." Hut the look In her Just that. eje told him that the pnt wan dead .ENJOYIIT1IN AFTER LIFE; Young men who would enter the decline of life in circumstance should beg'n to Nive now. The approved modern met ho. I of savin; is a savings account in the home bank. This bank invites young; men and young women to join its fan of savings depositors. One dollar open u savings account, and any sum maybe deposited thereafter. T. H. DALY, Admr. Cunt. Am Houine, Auctioneer. Of CYHUS DALY Hit Inquiry. "Say, whutV happened tn that kid?'' itemnllilisl (lap Jolinaon of ltumpus lllilge. "lie liMik illfferrnt from common, some wny." "I've Just made lilm scrub Ids fact with soft soap and hot water," replied Mr. Johnson. "That so? What waa your Idyl You hain't expecting that he'll be took sick and you'll hae to cull the doc tor for him. are your' Kansas Clljr Btar. . THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. S. C. DENNY, Cashier. Capital $50,000. Surplus $50000. Honor Roll Bank Tho Central Rcord, Lancaster, Ky. rhurtfiiay, Sept 21 1922. maun a INCREASE IN NUMBER OF SPRING LITTERS AS COMPARED WITH i am lt21 I ARE YOU INSURED AGAINST WIND? Jw - - - U J aw T SSWlHSSk1k2BBBBBBVtBBBSBBBBSBBBBBBBBVBBBCBBBBBBBSBBBBBBBBrSll t BBBBBBBBBBBE flsBSBBSBH SBBBsHSrX 1. 1 SBBBBBBBBJBBBBSVi fKBBBBBBBBBBBBfeSVr - TW - JrTL .." -- VtduS"WalBBBBBBBBBBK IlSSSISSBHr. -J- TBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBI . r ssbVIsbsbsbsbi .1 TIGE AND TIGE Suggest That YOU TRY FISK RED TOP TIRES ON YOUR CAR-THEY Swlns Judging at a SUts Pair Displays of Animals Competing for Honors Have an Important Influence In Improving Llva Stock Wall-Bred ARE BETTER $11.25 $14.25 I AND CHEAPER IN THE LONG RUN. 30x3 30x3! OUR HARDWARE WEARS WALKER BROS. GUY. Mr. Emmet Huffman was quite HI the paat week. Mrs. Uolman Brown wai a visitor Wednesday of Mrs. Ray Prather. Mrs. James Yantis was the visitor Tuesday of Mrs. Wm. T. Walker. Mr. Wm. Leave! is building a splendid tobacco barn on his farm here. Miss Elizabeth Yater spent the day Sunday with Miss Znda Byrl Baker. Master James Yater w.i Hie guest Sunday of Karl Jay and Bill Baker. Mr. T. L. Yantis was the dinner guest Wednesday of Mr. and Mrs. James Yantis. Mm. Mason Poynter and baby have returned home after a visit with Krodhead relatives. were Mr. and Mrs. Oscar 'Lewis Sunday visitors of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Doolin. Mr. and Mrs. Noah Sebastian were visitors Sunday of her parents, Mr. nd Mrs. A. M. Merida. Mr. and Mrs. James Marsee son, Stanley, visited Mr. and John D. White Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Marcus White children spent Sunday with Mrs. Mrs. Carrie Davidson of Lancaster, and Mrs. '.. T. Rice, of Richmond, were guests Friday of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Sutton. The many friends of Mr. Hascom Ford, in this community, were saddened and grieved to hear of his passing away. Mr. Ford wa the popular Rural carrier on this Route for several years, and was a general favorite with all, and his death is greatly deplored and his friends deeply sympathize with the relatives in their great loss. On Thursday, A. M., Sept. 14th., Miss Fannie Merida and Mr. Noah Sebastian motored to Nicholasville, and were married. Mrs. Sebastian is the handsome and charming daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Merida. Mr. Sebastian is a prosperous farmer of the McCrenry section and is to be congratulated on winning such a lovely bride. Their friends wish them much happiness and prosperity thru life's journey together. Mrs. but nothing ever gets ahead and Sudden death cheats the undertaker. doctor, of the and The bullv no longer carries a chip Jno. on his shoulder. There are too many Broaddus, of HyatUvillc. ready to knock it off. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Walton, of Pleasant Hill were Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Edd" Baker. j We positively will not permit fox Mr. and Mrs. Tom Turner and nunting or h'lntlng of any character daughter, Amelia, visited Mr. and! or trespassing on our farms. Any Mrs. Wm. Smith recently. violators will be prosecuted. J. S. Schooler, Edgar Price, W. A. Mr. and Mrs. It. H. Ward and three little sons, of Madison, spent Satur- Price, Joe Crisclllis, T. J. Price, R. day with Mr. und Mr. Milton Ward. L. Elkln, U. M. Lear, R. L. Barker R. F. Parson, Marinda Longsworth, Mrs. C. (I .Henry and two chilJ. P. Illand, Askins and Mobcrley, dren, of Kirksville, were week-enJ. J. Sebastlnn, W. A. Moberley, visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Milton Ward. Forest Calico, Davis Sutton and Mr. and Mrs. Simon Tankcnley Hughes llro., M. II. Turner and R I and little son, Clarence, spent the Arnold. week-enwith Mr. and Mrs. Henry (Othtr names wi;l be added upon (tf.) Tuttle. the payment of 25 cent.) Hunters Beware I'nltM MMm the J r, while this yesr they will Asrtcsttur ) l.ittmat probiibly represent W per rent. If the 1X net lncreiie nf ter cent In Utter I u tlif number nf joung pigs produced number of pigs tmil low ns this sprltii. howeer. the pro' this spring In the Com Melt states Is pertlve '!aSBBBBBBBBBBaSBBBBslSBBBBBBBBBBSB2li liirrene In number of plr .liowii III n special pig simry Just ncit full will he innterlally riHluceil completed by the United States The ineruge tiumU'r of lgs aved per of Agriculture. This I may overcome the present litter, nx riirted for this prltig, KfSsl- - sSlk 0.1'id pis, ruinp.ited with ill Ich Inst PsoHsbI ff. LIbbbbbbbbbsbVsbbVsbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbVV shortage of meiit stocks, the depart- spring und M pigs lut fall. bbbbbbbbbbbHsbbbbbbbbH IbbbbbbbbbbBsM. ment states. Smslltr IncrSJMs In East and South The survey shows a cms Increase The juney In IVnn)lviiiilii. New of 22.8 T relit In the number of spring litters tld )enr as compared York and M.irland show mi Inrreu'e with the number of Utters born lust of only f. mt ivtit In the nii(iitT of spring, but the uternge liunilnT jif Utters fur the first half of the enr while the total mimN'r of pigs suiimt BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBa pigs savel per litter Is 7 per cent l" than last spring. The April 1 hriMHl shows a derreu.e of 3 er nt from it jenr ag. The nuiutu r of sow href' sow report of the department IndicatOne of the hantlaome.it homes in IJoylf county, wrecked by ed u net Increase of l.Yrt ht cent In for full furrowing show an Inrreii.e Il(t production this spring over lint of i't er rent over the number of ows i Tornado, AiiKtiest 'J5th. which firroMtil last full. A total m year. r 1 rent In the number of Tile department points out that rrense of 1 Insured with and adjusted liy Indlt-nteYri stocks of pork product otber Ihun litters for the je:ir Is hlcl the Intentions of former ti pn lard In storage May 1 are 33 per rent less than the fhvjrsr atrriige und 2it dure full pigs lire curried out. THE FOLLOWING DAY. In the Southern stnte., including per rent less than a year nc. tard tteorgln, AlHtmmn nml MU.Is.lpid, an storks May I were 10 er cent le average und .'17 per Inrreii.e of fl jer t III the nntnher than the FOK SALK: Five room rent less than on May 1. 1121. Stock of irlng litter I reMirtiit. hut the two porthes. ci.tern in Iwck porch, number of pic snred I the of other meats are rorrrioiidlngly total two ncn land in connection on Hamsame a lust on urroiiiit of the tow. Alsu malt stock of ilton avenue ed per litIt Is alto (Hilnted out that the sur- smaller niimher of pigs nirrchand.se at Lackey's old stand tute show an vey covers numbers of hogi and not ter. Tliee Southern RATES. Will sell or trade either or both to weight. The records' show that the Inereiise of 27 er rent In the nutioVr Single insertions lc a word n farm Wm. Cae average weight of hogs marketed bus of sows llitenibil to he bred for fsll vj ai :t pd i varied as much as 4 r rent, or farrowing ow-- last year, with a total No ad taken for less than 20c from 10.1 to 1.152 pounds, during the proertv) Inrnsioe of 11 per cent In in this column. N'o ads in this past Ave ear. Many producers have the number of Utter for the. year column charged. upon nlxm! The simey I tisw-found It protltible to market their All nrrsons having claims airamit hogs early at light weight before the cheilule reeelreij fnun fnrm-er- a Seven insertions for the II ( King, deceased, will please file usual run of heavy hogs later, the dein the Corn HHt state, whlrh price of five. priHpire nliut 70 jer cent of the pigs partment says. name at once, properly proven ac Phone orders must br paid If farmers carry out their eipreed In the United State, and from cording to law, with the undersigned promptly. Intentions with respect to breeding for farmer In the eastern and southern executors or their attorneys, Itubm- fall farrowing the total number of state. The schedules were distributed son and KautTman. MMMIMUUSMJSMsarMkl sows expected to farrow for the jear, by rural mull rurrlrrs tit l.'i farmers W. T. King, Sr. Including spring und fall furrowing., on rach rural tnall delivery route. It King, Jr., Kxrcutor W. Cider Mill and Silo Cutter, cheap. wilt be 2S per cent larger than lust Is planned to make a similar surrey (t II 4t.) V;re Fene. year. In about six months whVrh will t American Hie survey Indicates a prospective used as a cherk on the department's J. l: Mount & Co. MANSE estimate, and also Indicate the numlucrease of i9 per cent In the full pnxluced In the In these stale over last jear. ber of pigs to ! FOK SAI.Kt -- Wardrobe trunk, al. School tabUts. A. II. Basils V Co. Ttie figures In the most new. UsmI once. Ask Record. Last year fall farrowing represented sjirlng of MCI. 'H per cent of the total farrowing for present survey are gtien below. Kev. W. A. Hamsey spent last week (8 1M tf.) In louiivllle. FOK SAI.K or trade for touring Mis. Faye Ward spent Saturday at Ford truck. Uarrodsburg. with starter, goixl one-toKd Dauttherty. (0 21 at) Nu. of pics M'd Miss Kate Wells was a welcome ac iwr lltur. CORN IILT STATIt FOK SAI.K: Pair of four year visitor al Manse last Sunday. S Salem Wallace, old mule. s Misses Callle Held and Anne Paint I.ick, Ky. (9 14 2t. pd were In Danville last Saturday l f A 1 (PrprJ tr t ssbbbbbbbbbbsbsbsHIVsbssVIbV tlHAHsBlB IHlB'Hlft 2flsB&SBSBBBBSmaiBBBBBBBBBBBBBBL, BSIs5Iisbbbbbi GAINES five-ye- c-n- n, )er Classified Column hu. r Notice. 2lUl f. pA n Com Belt Ohio Stats. l h hw nl b i i 3 He 1U Ilig-gin- ' tndUna Mlchla-.n Wiwxinaln Illinois 12.0 13.1 1X1 Mlnn.sota Iowa MlMourl 11 1JJ. 110 IX Houth Dikota Corn H.lt Wlr N.trKsk Kansas r lWi ' IS.S 1'C.s d Nw Easttrn Statts. d luaterti hlst.a Southtrn Statts. ...... ...... (lsorgta Alabama MU.IulppI Houthirn HUt l'nni)lnl UryUiul York K.l tvo lut. . 1IS-- 4 1''0 1'O.C VC.Z STORE AWAY CANVAS Last Notice 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. COVERS WHEN DRIED Liable to More or Loss Damage Through Moisture. Heavy Placst Should VTIII Ovr loam or Pali Bt Strotchttl Large Hrliontal muvn l. If Wattrproofcd. knn, RESPECTFULLY, kr Ih. I'lillxl HIU.. r.nvm nml ilurk unL'im nml rroli rovers and ranva Ihie are llublo In dnuiuge through inoiMure, raumiig Miit.a.Miitnl inllilitvi or roltltil? unless tlsy are drleil before being stored. aj tlio liurenu or vneinistry or 1110n ii.il K iietiurinieiii or .icncuiwet ture. Canvas which lm ..v.. ii .tuimi uliiiiitd he dried as soon aa (toaslhle by being spread over a wagoa or hung oer a renre or large polo 'mill It la thoroughly dry, ft the ueather Is wvt. It may be hung tTuf.r.d )pllmt Supt. J. K. Abner visited Manse Come in to my office and give mr of your property school last week and gave a very helpthe ll3 IT ULI 13 .l mi A. T. Scott. Co. Tax Com. ful talk to the pupils. NOW. IOC T.l lts.2 11 tS The girl. Il.iket Hall tram will be V 7t.) 0 HID to lis 10 UK glad to .schedule a game with any ll.S tJ is 1 S.1 II Kock other school team t !'. FOK SAI.K: One Climax in the county. SS UM 47 I mi Crusher. 10x18. Will sell cheap. 4 11 in lit: Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Tudor nnd famm.u U.T Davenport, i.t tl 11 SI ily, attended the dedication of the 0 1C0 mi llurrod.burg, Ky. New Union ('.iI at pd) (.1 14 Xi D. tat church nt llerra la.t Sun111 5 1M.1 It It I U FOK SAI.K:I.iberty 5 passenger day. 17 SO 7.S : The .M.in-H- - Hoy's Ilasket Hall team K.7 touring car, in A- condition, mwly 'Jt 4.1 71 to IKiltited and new tire. Call this of- will meet with Iluena Vita tram for 7.1 m .l O (i It 3- -) u match game un Sept. aand-- . at 7.S 7.1 fice. .! .l Huenn Vista. 134 0 I 6J 1 FOK SAI.K. Two young saddle II The .Maii'H' (iradod and High scWl . 174. t 10 CI ;i I.oyd King's, Can be seen at horsos. r.x. fcu Ul 11 LI is doing splendid work it n it a record Salum Wallace, near Lowell. 177.4 lu.l lit II 10(1 per rent attendance is being Paint I.ick, Ky. of (U US. pd.) niiilrititined each day. us elKiiiM hung mer a lienm or large FOK SALKs One good a new, Those taking county examinations liorttontal (Mile, or should he KUtfpviub iignlti't the In.blu of a tmrii or Hand Vacuum Floor Cleaner; two at Manse on last Friday were Miet iil shed rather thtin folded. Cmivu nml Swinging, Coal Oil Lamps; three Thclmn Tudor, Flora Cotrell, Faye n duek will gle better servlre nml Ins' Klectric Light Flxtu:i. Fur (ireen und Clyde Woolen. longer If waterproofed. The United (tf.) cnll nt Kecord otrice. Kev. C, A. VanWInkle brought hu States Department of Agriculture. In Twenty-thre- e acres of cowpens to mowing machine to the school house runners' lllilletln Uf7, gives lull e wheat and did some practical "Parent-Teacher- 's hog down, fine nUo for uuteniriMiflng nml Association work" by mow-In- g The bulletin drill to drill In corn, $.15, If taken at rottiNi durk. otf the grounds. The teachers limy be hud free on iiphrntloli. T. II. Hradley, once. Danville, Ky. of the school have nn association that ('J a I. at.) they are very proud of and a comPRODUCING CERTIFIED SEED house und n acres of munity that Is rarely found. One land for sale nt llyattsville, by II. S. The trachcri of the .Manto school Many Potato Growers Will B Loj i t t it 111 7 aement li it (8-1- li Jee -l -l i ti infor-illatio- tulldeu-proofin- one-hon- Btcaus In Rtqulremints. of Ralst Acton, Somerset, or see Walker gan, nt Hyattsvllle. ' i - i. e I'riibiihly us ii result of I tie lietter prbv received Iict enr for rertllleil teed stork. Main' potiito grower this yeur hue llsteil more Ihun :i:tl acre, for Inspertlon of representative of the Ktute lepartiiieiit of Agrlrultiin. 5luny of thine grmer will ! hoeer, be'iiuse '(hey bstve Blurted with stuck of no particular illsnp-tolutr- A. T. SCOTT t imlup vas bugs. etc.. should be folded or stoied while damp. Folding of n lieavy ranvaa, ....ai iruaimsnt nr hv lirlnv uret or or rrack th froied. soar wMke fabric, ctMtof it to lest, ror rstM, ssMvr ranvaa whta art ka If It has been atlffetted by a .hait or In th barn. N'o rati- - TAX COMMISSIONER. tu an Over u series of )ear 4T ier cent of the entries reiulre-Ittelit- , pa smm I the but th'N enr Ih. erreli!ii;e The mosaic will probably be luwer standard bus bevu rained. Tills year a field hating aa much aa .1 tier rent of moMile disease d i1lsxuatttled for iriMurlng rcrtlAeil seed. Tim best stork grown now I that from strain liiixirted from the Canadian proilacas wlthlu the last faw yaafa. merit. average of i have arranged forn traveling Library to be sent front Frankfort Library, (11.7-a- t. pd) which will consist of books on farmMen and women to ing, machinery und many other subWANTKD: ject of interest to the community, sell nursery stock. Pay weekly. 's K. W. Keoves, District Manager, A librarian from the Association will have charge of Lancniter, Ky., Kngle House. the books and loan them to the com(0- - 7 3t.) munity. This library may be kept WANTKD : Correspondence with for six months or longer. relative (irorge Klliott, son of Capt. Ceo. Klliott, Virginia. Fault of Piclfie Ocean. As fur as the eitent of the Puctfle C. C. Klliott, Yazoo City, Miss. gov. It liutneuslty Is a drawback to ('J U at pd.) Its rouiuierve. If It weru btilf u wlda For sale or trade for hog practlc-all- y It would carry a much heavier tonm If Us MhortM weru half us fnr al new Appleton corn huskvr, cuts th nations that farw Its great em fodder mid shucks corn In one oper- would mi uiora neighborly und srvaM Chaa. K. Hay, R. U. 2, ation. trade more aitetkalvel; utuoug tt Hirrodsburg, Phone 7011, Purryvllle. selvi-s- . Krelfhta would ba lower passenger fare would coat la (:9 7 3t pd) Purvnt-Teach--er-