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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): September 28, 1922 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1922 cen1922092801_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 28, 1922 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1922 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. THE CENTRAL RECORD. THIRTY THIRD TRAR LANCASTER. KY.. THURSDAY AFTERNOON, SEPTEMBER 28. 1922. LEGION Oinceni Tuesday, tober itrih, 1022 local Oc- NUH IS. COLT SHOW Attract Much Attention Last BRYANTSVILLE LANCASTER HIGH FAIR Attracts l'rovvM Wins Second Gnmu of Foot I.lect Hall THe Drastic Injunction 'HIKING AROUND Made Permanent THE WORLD Fed-rot Cannot Prevent Operation of of the American ton on Hike; has Kight splendid colts, sired by J. l.egiun are CMlling for a special meetRoad C. (Sustineau'. famous walking stalCrossed America ing on the night of Tuesday, October Thoc who attended the Communlion, were shown in Lancaster Inst .Ird., which Is next week for the pur-pa- n ity Fair at Rryantsvllle last Saturday Chicago, Sept 23 Federal Judge Kdmonton, Alberta With bobbed Monday and attracted unusual attcn itf electing officers. arc unanimous in one opinion, thnt J nine Vilker.un today granted At hair, cowboy hat, khnki breeches tion, for many were heard to say, successful This I one of the bet pint to be torney (ienernl Daugherty'. It wn) one ( the most petition nnd all her marching ktt In a bag they were the best lot of colts ever found in the State, and the work for a nation wide injunction againt from every standpoint thnt wa ever over her shoulders, Ml Xell Walker seen together in Iancaster. Mr. they have accomplished is very grati- the striking railway shopmen. undertaken by the people of thnt In a of Ro'.on. .Miii.. ha had advertised to give $15.00 reached Kit- The lengthy review of the cae he said community. Probafdy one thousand test and fought the visitors o!T their fying to the local member. Alberta, after Jl month of in priie to the three best colt., which dis feet in tne first three minute of present Pint Commander and Adju the defendant could not deny knowl mintoti, or more people saw the splendid walking in a tour naturally brought out some keen complay that practically filled the school play, although it was a real game of tant, namely: Hilly Miller and Rob- edge nnd repinihility for the wide- that Is expected tn last live yenr in petition. Mr, Perry Ingrnm, of would have halt for the first quarter, but Lan ert Meadows, have worked hard for spread violence which building, n display that marked the nil. Royle, and Thomas Hill of this counteam wn too the Post and will continue to light 'strike. ilone creilit to a whole county ami cater High School Miss Walker wn ordered to tnke ty were selected to judge the a much better one than l frequently speedy for the Jessamine county lads. for the American Legion, an. I us the t The partial settlement of the strike, to the open road by her physician, n and their decision gave universal coach time i now nt hand to elect new" he held, had not affected the fight of Athletic Director and head seen at many of the county fair Roth u cure for broken health. She liked satisfaction. are splendid McRoberts in the beginning of the officer for the local Post many are (the government to obtain a nation throughout the state. hc t judges, Mr. Hill being considered the experience so well that iilea of the Interest trennd quarter had perfect confidence being mentioned, all of whom would wide injunction. To give Home going on right around the world, one of the best in (Jnrrard county. shown by the people of the five school in Ms men anil irom mat lime on I make iiieai oiurers. nui is a uuiy The court gave attorneys for the making her way by her own earning. Roth judges were warm in their districts, to which the exhibit were played second string men, both in the i that all service men in Garrard coun defense until Monday morning to lecturing, selling picture cards, etc praise of the quality of the colt enhowed ty should see to and that is to get study the decision and prepare to llmlteil, there were wcn hundred line and barkfield and they She has alrrady crossed America, und tered and said that a better exhibit men into argue the text of the injunction orentries. It required up well under lire It I true that Ks- - it many of the anil twenty-fou- r wn seldom seen in n fair ring. Judge, te on Right end together with Henry thi meeting as possible as the work of der which will be iiigned. Daugherty as since walked over te Canadian the services of ten or twelve Thi speak. well for the famou Rockie. from Vancouver to Calgary, which consumed several hour hard Cox at Left (iunrd and Henry at this Post will on next Tuesday night today presented the government'.' whence ihe jumped north to Kdmon sire, so well known throughout thi work, so clow and Keen was the com- Right Guard, nre playing in thririe turned over to the' nrwly elected drnft which Is even more drastic than ton. She is now nearing Regina, and adjoining counties and It certain petition in every department lirt )ear having made the finit team,! officers. the restraining order now in force. capital city of Saskatchewan, on the ly makes the owner feel even more One who ha never associated with nevertheless, Coarh McRoberts played I This meeting will be held III the I. The order will affect 400,000 mem- - prairie, and hope to get into the proud to own such n valuable stalan afTair of thin character, can hardly Cooch, Rrown, Creech, Speake, I.ear,(). (). F. Hall over Currey and (Jul be r of the six crafta belonging to the wixnled country of th east before lion. ' Williams, F. Aflileron, Moore, Stapp, j ley's store and the meeting will be railway employes' conceive of the work which an underdepartment of the the winter cold takes the prairie The first prize went to Foster magnitude entails. llagnn, Thompson, Arnold nnd Kl- - opened promptly nt 7:45 P. M. taking of thi American Federation of tabor. (Jreen, a nice sorrel filly; second prize lands into its icy crip. The promoter of this fair and those liott through the remainder of the' Among the many who are being Miss Walker ha hud some strange to C. R. Ledford, another beautiful faithfully worked to make game, nnd played exceptionally good mentioned for officer of the Heidel who and exciting experiences. In Louis- sorrel, while the third went to Millard gratitude ball and within a short time, we Sanford I'oU and who are worthy It a drerve the iana she was caught in a cloudburst Crisclllis ,u corking good black horse ' of the entire community. The chair, dare predict that hi second string I.egionaires, who will make most To Have Two Day Session at while miles away from any habita colt. men of the varum committee work- men wlR be able tn overcome hi creditable officers are Alex Doty, A. Winchester Hon, and in California a rattler shar D. Joseph, RobL H. Hayes nt preent ed early anil late, after It was de- regular llrst team. I ed her camp bed for the whole of a (Contributed) Coach McRoberts Marted hi men a member of the American Commi-t- o cided that a Community Fair would night, but she says "it's a great life, xtrlng slon Department of Kentucky; Thorn-me- n hit the line and his first le held. II. Y. I U. A- The Rlue (Jrn the same." Mr. George Rrown spent the past consisting of- W. Anderson, it Pieratt, Chat. Land, Andy The Chamber of Commerce of Lan sociation, comprising all the churches week with Louisville friends. Rev. Willie In Central Kentucky, will hold a two' Henry, llratton, Cox, Horn, Mark Jennings, county very kindcaiter and Garrard Mrs. Henry Tuttle wa a visitor Henry, Kavanaugh, and Ktes for the Rogers, Lee I.edfrod am! Dr. J. K. day seiwion in W inchester, at Central ly donated the service of the Cornet Hand, which dispensed line hebl like old timer and were Kdwnrds. J 0ur revival services closed Sunday Thursday of Mr. Wm. Walker. Rnptlst church. Thursday and Friday, Let every service man in the coun October Sth. and Bth. Many good Mrs. Klma Raker, of Judson, visittwelve days of spiritual muic the entire day, very much to there with thr good, and dayed a In the back field were ty airemble at the I. O. O. F. Hall speaker, are on the program. Dr. f construe tive ministry by Hrothcr ed Mr. Jim Yantis Tuesday night. thr delight and pleasure of the large matcrgumc crowd. The promoter of the fair Captain Cox, W Robinson, C. (Jns in Uinraster, Ky., on Tuesday night, J.. W. (Jiliion, pastor of First Raptist Martin. The Interest wa deep, and Mr. Z. T. Rice, Sr., of Richmond, at 7:45 P. M., Church. Winchester, and Dr. W. U '"creased with every service. The was the guest Sunday night of Mr. nrr exceedingly grateful to the Cham tlnrau and V. (Jatineau, all of whom October :trd., ber of Commerce for thi liberality made gain at will through the visi- - nnd support hi cundhlate nnd help Wnlker. Danville, will make the prin messages from night to night pre and Mr. Harry D. Rice. ' and uk u to no (tale through thee tor's tine and their run and inter-- ! put him over. cipal nddree. Lyman P. Halley. j 'nted the Gospel in its simplicity I Mr. John Morris and children, of column Plan are already being ference were perfect. The llrst few1 State It. Y. P. I?, secretary, will con "'"I 'n the power of the Spirit. The Cincinnati, are visiting her parents, made to hold another during the fall minute of playing found the ball duct the round table discussion. I morning services were season of I Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Mcrida. ,, of 1'.I2.1 .at which time it l thought Jo.er the goal line for the first mark-M.n,on now 0, Whether you have u Union In your spiritual refreshment and inspiration w,h ,h(. foot Mr. nnd " who were in attendance. The McCreary, Mrs. Noah Sebastian, of a two day fair instead of one will be er for Lancaster High School and , fu ,,((om( th(. UnwUt ,Bh church you are cordially invited to were Sunday visitor of .. touchdown, were; from that time held , present both day. Winchester will I Permanency of the work will manifest Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Merida. wmmnK Eatend-- ! Thanks !m..le nt will, either by the forward Scho iLvlt " quickened church life and worM be glad to have a many young peo-- J promlnrnr,. , . tht. fuol Mi Klla Mize, of Georgia, has reincreased determination n the isucd . paes. trick plays or "hit the luie The following statement pie as may come. You will be high a j, h fw a -- tuff. turned to her home, after a visit with Captain McCarthy for the "We take thl Iv entertained and well taken care P"" of the member to seek first the by the management wj,h u rtrm,(( kingdom of Cod and His righteous her sister, Mrs. T. L. Ynntis. good;,, .,. our thank to , Nicholas lie chopp.e. played occasion to cxprc on wlm,n f of. ... ..... v.r Mr. and Mrs. Wm. (Jreen spent the ,.n sucn o.K nes in every relationship of life. , jn thno who gave ui their moral or K.. .r unj mw with Mr. and Mr. George The regular business meeting of week-en- d financial support, and especially the odd. never gave up and was constant. thc,r fVor AhMf l)im,ur J(lhn Iy after hi. men up until the game the church will be hel.l on Sntnnlav. Green, of the Richmcmd road. , Chamber of Commerce of aU, who tht. Me,oUrtls UnK We have made arrangements ... ... o. uuv un Mr. and Mrs. Milton Ward were which furnished the band to upply fnpaciy f hoai Coafh has arran)t whereby every houewife who read octobt.r 7thi( w(u.n busineM of im. . ...r wi be considered. All guest Friday of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. kin- - nn.ii nuiA ,mrtani.t. if. m. II. tl.r ed some of the best games ever known the muilc. Rryantsvllle Community thi paper can obtain a copy of "Re ini.morrs Jlrr urifvil , bt preMnt. local lad kept them from scoring. Clark, of the Lexington road. Kair, Harry I' Kdwar.K President. among liable Receipes" absolutely free to Lancaster High School, of!A t.lt.ction of a)) officrr!, of the Time of Quarter . . 16 minutes of them being such ns Clarke County charge by simply writing the Home Mr. Wm. WhltUker spent the The following in a complete W Wilniott Head lineimnn cmJrch( ,.xcepl the ,eacont win uke week-enHigh, of Winchester, VerMllles High, Kconomics Department with her daughter, award made in the variou classes. Mr. ,, of the Calu- - ,,, Umpire Dr. Pearson Lexington importlint that everj. Elmer Chamber, of Paint Lick. Model High a. well a met Raking Powder Co., 4I00--JTen ear white cor- n- l.ee Grow, Fit I member should attend Referee Hilly Miller. Lexington Senior High of Lexington more Street, Chicago, III. Ant; Walter Clark, second; and II. Mesdames Roy Prather and Alford The service will be ot the reguC. Glass, third. vaml by bringing such teams as this "Reliable Receipes" contain 7 lar hour next Sunday, with preach- Poynter were visitors Wednesday of I to Umcaster the local squad is tie- - page. of recipes and other informa Ten ears yellow corn 0. V. Pence, ing by the pastor morning and eve- - Mr. Marshal Preston of McCreary. ' i. first; A, II. Swope, second; J. I). oi an me creuii inai me lov- - tion appreciated by every houewlfe Miss Carrie Lee Yater, after a two Do not forvet that Kumlnv give It is illustrated In colors and will llini. Brumfield, third. foot ball can possibly week's visit with Brodhead and StanSrh.w.t n..u. h....:.,. --. n.jr. .i Lexington baseball team will cro Single ear white corn Frank Fob them, then too, there i still another prove quite helpful in preparing thei junU)r Bi Y. P. U. at (5 P. M., fob ford relatives, returned home Sunger, tlrt; Isaac Jtmcs, second; Mrs. bats with the famous Paint Lick team good view point and that is even with daily menu. day. ovv,.j by pri.achjK t 7 o'clock. at Paint Lick tomorrow, (Friday) such prospect, a we have here it is Ollie JUnkln. third. We have also made arrangement Following the services next Sun Mi Mr. Taylor and daughter. WIU afternoon. This is the Single ear any other color baseball not costing the Lancaster School one with the Calumet Raking Powder Co. burn Montgomery, first; It. I. Me game of the season and should be cent to carry on thi great little team, whereby their Home Kconomics De dn. morninK thm. wnl b, bu,ine:M Mary, of Corbin, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Foley nnd Miss Molinda Murtry, econd; O. M. Moreland, the best one of them all. (which is unquestionally one of the partment will cheerfully answer all ieetinir at the church to extend the Clel Tn turn will twirl for Paint bet in Central third. Kentucky. The question, etc There I absolutely pastoral call for the ensuing year. Taylor. Kvery member who believe In prayer Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Purks, of Lick, which will make it even more coaches are all gratis men. the uni- Rest ten ear nny other color no charge for thi service. should be present to vote, und every Springfield, were guests the past week Hend Interesting. Let's nil go. Jesse Gullcy, llrt; llright forms and foot ball, together with DeWrite the Home Kconomics School, necond and Wesley Thompthe other equipment are furnished b) partment of the Calumet linking member who expects to vote should of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Yater and family. son, third. the many patrons who pay the small IWder Co.. ttdO.'JS Filmore St.. come in the spirit of prayer. We earnestly invite all Raptist l.ee (!row, lint; um of fifty cents to see such game Chicago, Ten ear popcorn Mr. and Mrs. L. (J. Davidson and 111., today for a Jopy of The Reo Ilu Line is putting on n in this community to place their Tom Crank, second; Hryantsville as thee, whereas the few time that "Reliable Receipes." sons, Robert and Glenn Gorden, were special rule for Sunday, to Lexingmembership with us, or to come on School, third. Lancaster High piny away from of Mrs. ton nnd return, for $'.'.00 for the home confession of faith. We quote Sunday afternoon visitor Wheat- - X. T. Crow, first; X. T. the run from TScU. to one dolHenry Yater und Mr. Yater. Rus leaves Ijniraster at trip. Isaiah 55:7 .is a scriptural reason for (row, wcond and (5. V. Pence, third. round A. M., returning leave. Loving lar. tl) Mr. nnd Mrs. Wm. Lane, Mrs. AlIf you want to laugh, see Wesley every unsaved person coming to Rye H. C. Ola. Practically every team that tie tlrt; X. J. 7: at r..ao P M. ton Poynter and little ion, Calvin, (loiney, M'Coml. local efeven go up against have an Harry in "School Days" at Roman' Christ now. "Let the wicked forsake ford Opera House, tonight and tomorrow his way, and the unrighteous man spent Thursday with Mr. und Mrs. Ilarley X. T. (Irow, firm; Harry employed roach, one who give. his his thoughts; and let him return un- Hiram Pendleton In P. Kdward, necond. entire team to coaching, and from the night, September '.'Sth. and 'JIMh. to the Lord, and He wil have mercy It' the hct one yet und you will ay Mr. Horace R. Wheeler died at the! student standpoint, he Standing Hurley tobacco S. P. Mr. und Mr. Oscar Johnson, Mr. be at upon Pretoti, first; l.ee Grow, second; home of hi son, Morris Wheeler, near school on time, he must behnve him- so when you see It. A "Wesley will him; and to our (Jod for He and Mrs. Caluham and two children, abundantly pardon." .McCreary, last Tuesday, after u ten self upon reaching school and he Harry" candy sucker free to the first and Will Uyton third. of Richmond, were Sunday afternoon . Mr. must bring up hi levins in or t r fifty children each night. visitor of Mr, and Mrs. Win. Harm's. Any other type tobacco X. J. day' illness of blood poisoning. Gosney, first; Frank Folger, second; Wheeler was 7(J years old and wa n that he may be able to play on the Mr. und Mrs. Kd Ruker und member of the Rethel church. Ilurinl team. Many of the Klghth Ditriet paand Frank Folger, third. Mr. and Mrs. Cronley Ross, Timothy hay Wilt Swope, lirt; took place at the family burying lot On tomorrow (Friday), Captain The home of the Raptist pastor pers are coming out strong for Hon. Mr. and Mrs. James Kiild, of Nina, nt Nina, yesterday morning, service. Cox will lead his warriors in the in Lancaster, Ky., wn the scene of A. W. Rnrkley for the democratic KdwnriU, second. J. II. attended un elegant dinner Sunday ut One-hal- f dozen stulkcs corn X. being conducted by Rev. A. W. Man direction of Versailles nnd already a pretty wedding last Thursday morn- nomination for Coventor, Crab Orchard, given in honor of Mr. . In this connection the Jessamine und J. Gosney, fin X. T. (irow, second about one dozen cars have promised ing, September -- 1st, when Miss Sabra Mr. Frank Muyher, of Illinois. and J. li. Kdwurds, third, to be on the Square to take over a Lee Ktes, of Waco, Ky., became the Journal says; Mr. and Mrs. John Osborn, of JessIt looks as though now that Con load. Let' all go over and Xieman, ot bride of Mr. Krhurt Livestock department gressmnn A. W. Rnrkley, of Paducah, amine, were visitors Friday night and The groom is a For generations in sectlom of Captain Cox to t.e lu third blue Reetlsburg, Wis. lleef rattle Rest heifer calf-H- enry .Mr. and Mr. Henry Tutstring on hi list. velernn of the late war and a mechan- will be a candidate for governor. He Saturday of Montgomery, first; Robert Kurope the laymen have been using is one of the most substantial men in tle. Saturday night guest of Mr. ic by trade. The bride is uu esRest bull calf, a form of Chiropractic adjustment l.ee Runkin, second. timable young lady, well known and the state ami has the right material und Mrs. Simon Tunkenley nnd spent Dixie Stock Farm, first and Robert in a crude way. the day Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. popular among u large circle of in him for a chief executive. The old method was for the father, Virgil (Juttineau lost ix l.ee Rankin, second. nice James Yantis. ufter working nil day, to lie down timothy hay stack by tire last week. friends In her home community and in Dairy Cattle Mr. und Mrs. Milton Ward were on the lloor mid have one of the Origin of tire unknown, but thought this vicinity us well. The marriage din hosts at a magniflcient noon-daRest heifer calf Glcnmorc Cur younger children walk up nnd down I the outcome of uu interesting William Culdiron, Kmory McW barner Sunday, their guests being: Mr. tin, llrst; Thus. II. Kdward, second; his spine. This proved restful and to have been not lire by unknown per romance of acquaintance formed durter and Kd Anderson drew some sons. , Rlooil hounds were brought to of Missouri; Mr. and best bull calf II. C. Clan, second. Invigorating. ing war days. Tne groom is a splen- heavy tine in Judge Treadway's Sallie the scene, with no results. Wm. Clark and son, Karl, Mrs. did young man of high standing in court last Tucsduy morning. They Mrs. Hog. Today the modern Chiropractor his home town, but has shown hi were each lined $50 for gambling; C. R. Henry und two children, Mr. Dixie Stock Farm, first ; nchluvc almost perfect result by Rest gilt preference for Southern folk and $25.00 each for drinking and Cold-Iro- n und Mrs. R. II. Ward and three sons, Robert l.illard Gulley, second. Rest hand adjustment. Chiropractic it u of Kirksvllle. All spent a delightful Mr. nnd Mrs. Chester Kngle are re- the happy Southland by choosing hi boar Dixie Stock Farm, llrt and discovery of tin old principle the drew nn additional fine of $25 fair and teiiday in jail for carrying a perfection, in fuct, of u proved prin ceiving congratulation upon the ar- bride from among Kentucky' Dixie Stock Farm, second. rival of a beautiful little girl, chris- daughters, and is taking up hi abode pistol. Sweep stakes boar Dixie Stock rlple. Why worry over what the world II. K. Wade, D. C, Chiropractor. tened Francis Kember, who arrived a a near neighbor at Crab Orchard. Farm. Fresk fisk dire I from Reel foot is coming to? You won't be here to Office hours 1 to It A. M. and Wednesday night, bringing additional Their muny friend both north and Poultry Departateat 2 to 5 P. M. bleinira to thi happy couple. Mr. south will join in extending beat Lake, at Saailary Meat aacl FUk Mar see it flop off. Rarred Kocka Young stock Kvoninjt. Sunday and Holiday Kngle before her marriage, wa Mis wishea and hearty congratulation to kel. J, C. Ford, first and N. T. Grow, tec LOST: Small atone cameo atick the happy couple in their new home. by appointment. (It.) Minerva Cox. People who are beset with trou- pin, with Reward High School Foot Rail team defeated the strong Xicholns-vill- e High School tenm on the for mer' ground Friday afternoon by the overwhelming score of 7h to II. Captain Cox followed by hi band of green and white warriors went on the field determined to win the eon Larue Crowd and Groat Succcw Judge Say R. R. Employes Mo.stOII Girl ReaChC KtlmOll- - Monday l,ancntcr Pt u round-the-worl- d en-tri- e. urce, Blue Grass B.Y. P. U. GUY. - Crouc-Crutrhfle- ld, Raptut Church NW "er "' ' j AthletlCS 1 ri( bet u.. ,,., , Free for Our Readers lit d 8 Great Game at Paint Licki;. lat ..... . Special Rate Days" Wheeler" iut Estes Niemann Favors Barkley chit-ilre- n, Chiropractor Not New ait Hay Stacks Burn Heavy Fines y Law-son- Baby Girl , ond. White Kocka Young stock (Continued on last page) X. Fre-s-k ysttr at Saailary Meat aai Fish Market. MtMaa-- l YehW Salaaaa at Sani ble are the one who most appre Everything new, f refit and eleaa at elate happiness when it come. tU Saailary Meal aaJ FUa Market lary Meat aal FUk Market. mounted if left at thi Kinnalrd. pearl. office or Mrs. Robert (It) The Central He .unl, Lancaster, Ky.. ous before thfy can produce the largest crop yields. Probably the mot economical fcr tlliier for Kentucky farmer to use on unlimrd soils It a combination of rock phosphate ami manure. When theie two are probably used anil legume crown, it in not necessary for the farmer to purchase either nitrogen or potash for ordinary crop. Acid phosphate uicd In connection. with limestone is the best treatment and Is belli); used in larger quantities each year. This i due to the fact that most roils in the state arc acid and cannot Rive the best remits until they are limed. Acid phosphate usually Rives better result than rock phosphate on limed soils. They Many farmer are usinR acid GOOD! for the benefit of all their soils anil addinR limestone to Ret a stand of some lcRUme crop which In One- - ,ur" ' depended upon to take nitro Used on gen irom me air ami nun u 10 me deI pleted soils. However, for truck I crops nnu luunrcu, n iiiirugen lerw "zrr lomctimes Is purchased and used I" pnospnatr, in connection wttn new are being! Nitrate of soda ami sulphate of Commercial fertlllters d of the fnrmt . ammonia are being used principally used on about in Kentucky, according to It. K. for this. Acid phosphate ued with Stephenson, soils and crops specialist limestone is surpassed for quick reof the College of Agriculture. From sults on sour soils. Basic slag phos two to four million dollars worth is phate alo is meetlnR with consider- this able favor nmonR farmers of the applied annually, about one-haamount beinc used In 20 counties in I state. It it especially satisfactory part of the atate I for securinR a stand of Rrass when the central-westerwhere soils in general need phosphor- - J limestone ennnot be used. Thuriday, SDt 28, 1922 ffl are Farms one-thirlf n GRAFIC STORY OF MEMORABLE NEW ORLEANS TRAGEDY Noted French Surgeon Slays on the Street Man Hounded Him and is Exonerated. Sad Fat Which Enmlfed Physicica (Hy Clay Sutton) Who "BUM) IN OLD KENTUCKY" OORSETTS in- and SOUTHDOWN In the early nineties a young ly, apparently thinking him some iv Fortilizcr MONEY to LOAN If you want to buy & home you can borrow the money and pay it back on the installment plan. Make application to the Secretary now (lustave named French physician Nordier was holding an important n medichair In n certain cal school of New Orleans, where he had achieved considerable distinction In the treatment of nervous disorders and in brain surgery. He was a prepossessing man of thirty-fouscholarly, of resolute anil dignified bearing and always dressed in clothes He was born of the latest fashion, near I'aris. He had graduated bril liantly from a noted medical unlver sity of the French Capital, and then, nfter an impetuous courtship, had married there a beautiful and accomplished pariiienne whom he brought to the States and installed in luxurious, apartments in this great southern city. The nuptial ceremony Itself, however, which was performed in I'aris, was concluded only after he had fought and vanquished in a bloody sword combat a formidable rival named I.urien Ilouligny, an unscrupulous nspirant for the hand and fortune of the ame woman, the challenge being the direct result of an unbearable insult, otTcred by Ilouligny to his rival. After the tight Ilouligny, who was a lawyer by profes sion, was carried half dead from the field to a hospital where he lay for month hovering between life and death; but he finally recovered com pletely. This savage collision had stirred the French Capital well-knowr, October .Meanwhile Dr. and .Madam Nordier, sadly embarrassed by the limelight of this sensation1, had disguised them- selves as peasants and suddenly di- They sailed appeared from Tans, NissSie Skelby Mmh, J. E. RriiisM, PresiacBt. for the United States and, as already stated, were established in New Or leans, where the physician rapidly achelved success and fame along cerora" 0,kl'r tain lines of his chosen profession. I markei1 w,th blaml-o- r Beat Month they may Usually from the vortex of a device in order ! recognized in the spring when the misfortune the distressed one PiVlr Htnft time formulating arrives, is cast forth either refined and exaltOnly those hens that are not moul-ever- y ed on the one hand, or debnsed and Within the next four or five weeks, farmer In Kentucky should tint; or those that have Just started misanthropic on the other. select and mark the best hens in his should be selected when the breedinR Bouligny had emerged from this poultry llock in order that these birds j hens are beinR picked in October, gulf with an immense and sinister may be used in special breedinR pens The yellow color also should be fad-ne- resentment. A glacial cruelty bespring, according to J. It. Smith,' ed fr()m the shanks and beaks of numbed his chest. He was cut to poultry extension specialist of the birds belonging to the quick by the collapse of his ma Many farm- - j breeds. Vigorous hens have a bright, trimonii! ambitions us well as by his ColleRe of Agriculture. ers wh6 keep poultry as a sideline as clear, prominent eye with an eyelid dramatic overthrow on the field of will honor. He thirsted for revenge. He is free from fat usually well us score of experienced poul-'thtry breeders in the state have found have many of the characteristics that had suffered long and cruelly, but that the egg production of most any are desirable in breeding hen. It now, once more restored to the full llock can be increased by sclectnlg is important that all hens selected vigor of health, he determined upon the highest producing birds in the for the breeding pen be laying at the destruction of the man who had llock and mating them with desirable this time uf the year. Soft, pliable heaped upon him these misfortunes. males for the production of hatching pelvic bones that are wide apart and He accordingly supplied himself eggs. a soft pliable abdomen that has at with money, and in jiosession of a fingers depth certain vague clew which led him to f October is perhaps the best month least two and for selecting such a pen since it Is between the pelvic bones and the suspect that Dr. Nordier had secludpossible to pick out the high produc-.en- d of the breast bone usually can ed himself In New Orleans, Ilouligny ing hens nt that time of the year. be taken as an indication that the embarked for that place, where he Farmers who wait until spring to hen is still laying. No bird should at once began a systematic search of pick out their breeding hens will find be selected that is not a good repre- the city for his former antagonist. that they are unable to distinguish sentative of the breed. From 12 to It seems, however, that Dr. Nordier easily between heavy layers and those IS Leghorn hens should be picked had received confidential information that produce on'y u small number of for every rooster that will be used of these developments and had armeggs during the year. After the hens in the spring breeding and from 10 ed himself. have been selected, they should be to l'J birds of other breeds. From day to day along the streets of the busy city iloulign slowly passed, his eyes glowing with the bale-flight of evil passions in restraint as he peered into the faces of those who thronged the boulevards. Thus the days passed into weeks. A fixed idea not infrequently lead to some form of madness, ilouligny was with the terrible dementia of revenge; hit nobler imtinrt.t had to it. The scientific study of orime has shown that certain obliquities of I he in i rid blaze the way to deeds of violence, hence it l not surprising that thus unrelenting and stealthy conspirator fully believed that hi vigilance would lead with absolute precision to an avenging climax. It was on a cold gray day In January that the figure of a man, erect, immaculate, of confident bearing, whofe slender cane tapped with rythmic regularity the resounding a he trode along the sidej WE HAVE A FEW walk, suddenly loomed upon the starAt last he tled gaze of Ilouligny. wax looking again upon the man whoso dashing sword, not so long ago, had earned hi very life blood to spurt in torrent a he fell before it murderous lunges. The physician did on hand which we are closing out at $35.00 not see hi lurking foe. He passed on. For a moment Ilouligny seemleas than factory prices today. If you need ed petrified. Hut he recovered almost instantly, and, gripping with a wagon, now is your chance. trembling lingers the handle of a concealed revolver, stepped behind the doctor and stalked him along the street, which was crowded with A frightful joy tlnmed in hi somber soul a he glued fixedly at the majestic figure of hi former BRYANTSVILLI, KENTUCKY. adversary. Now and then a passer- I by would turn and eye him curious- - Lancaster Building & Loan Ass'n Secljr-Trci- to sur-pre- Rrrlinff , yellow-idianke- d at ' , one-hal- r m 9 ul cap-itulat- sensible somnambulist driven before the unreal tempest of a sinister dream. Dr. Nordier was nearlng his home, ltouligny's resolve was taken. Suddenly he drew his pistol from its concealment, but just at this moment Dr. Nordier turned abruptly and, rapidly ascending the steps of A his residence, entered his home. muttered oath burst from llouligny's lips ns he crouched for a moment In a doorway. Some passers-by- , thinking to forestall the act of a seeming mad man, reached forth hands to seize his pistol, but he knocked them aside ami, leaping up the steps of the Nordier mansion like a tiger, he bounded thru the open doorway into the hall behind the physician. Almost Immediately his revolver exploded twice in quick succession, one of the bullets grazing Nordier's head. The other went wild. A woman's screams were heard; then Nordier' heavier gun barked hoarsely. A moment later Ilouligny, his fnce blanched with terror, rushed wildly out of the street entrance with his right arm dangling and blood streaming from his sleeve. The He had member was fractured. dropped his revolver. A heavy explosion again reverberated In the hall and splinters (lew from the woodwork of the doorway. The shot A moment afterwards Dr. Nordier, llaming with volcanic fury, hurled himself toward the hall entrance and again leveled hi gleaming revolver. A cry was heard, but before the frantic fugitive had covered five pares along the sidewalk Nordier's re volver boomed with a terrific detonation and Ilouligny pitched forward on his face to the pavement with blood pouring from his open mouth. Some one ran forwn.d and gently pulled the prostrate form over until the face could be seen. A look was sutfinent The bullet had entered his body near the left armpit causing a mortal He never once moved or wound. A thrill of horror ran thru spoke. the throng attracted to the spot as the words, "He is dead" passed from one to another. At this Juncture a fair but agonized face, seen for a moment at n window of the Nordier mansion, was withdrawn from view Dr, Nordier, still clutching his smoking revolver, turned upon hi heel his home. The door and closed behind him. This terrible tragedy threw the city into a fever of excitement. A few day later the physician was duly arraigned and tried in the City Court, a procedure which wa purely formal, since it was inevitable from the outset that he would be acquitted and discharged from custody. And when this occurred a demonstration of approval broke out in the crowded courtroom which is said to have been without a parallel in the administration of jurisprudence in the courts of the South. Altho Dr. Nordier went forth a free man, this tragic misfortune soon wrought in him a melancholy change Something in the soul of every man shrinks nlfrlghted from the taking of human life. And when this is done, even in aggravated conditions, a stalking specter frequently rise on the horizon of the slayer's mind a a menace to his happiness. Dr. Nor dier was pursued by this strange ami terrible phantom. He fell into a state of gloomy anxiety and, In order to induce forgetfulnoss and drive from hi mind the haunting shadow, he began the immoderate use of cocaine, n highly exciting alkaloid not extensively used at that time except by medical men of scientific attain-mi-e- Buy a Dixie Itroil Ham to head your herd. Don't take chances get a Dixit (Juarantee with each Ram. Only a few left. Three Yearling Porsett Hams; :t Early Spring Dorsott Hams; .'I Early Spring Southdown ranis and a few Dorsett ewe lamb ready to .ship. 8 Dixie BROS. A J. Stock SANDERS LANCASTER, M. AMON. PROP. Farms. Mathematics KY. this gifted but unfortunate Frcnth I Simple Problem man to find at last eternal sleep and unmerited oblivion among the enIn shrouded dead of the city of New teaching his girl Denny Williams Orleans. arithmetic He mm! that was hi mission; Worda lie k1cd her He kissed her once, Angry words! oh, let them never twice From the Hp unbridled slip; And said, "Now tkt' addition;" .May the hearts best impulse ever Ami as he added smack by mark Check them, e'er they soil the Hp. In silent satisfaction, She sweetly gave Mm kisses back. Love is much too pure and holy, Ami said, "Now, that's subtraction. Friendship Is too sacred far, Then he ktW her and ske Ussed For n moment's reckless folly Mm Thuto desolate and mar. U'ilhsMit an evclanwtisin Then both together smiled and saisl. Angry words are lightly spoken; Now. that is mltiplicaitt." Ititterest tho'ts are rashly stirred; Hut dad appeared u;mn the scene Hrightest links of life are broken nd made a quirk decision Hy a single angry word." He kicked Denny three btWk away, And said, "that's long division." rn H'n mm uri I' dom have occasion to call for a cure Kuchange. Angry NICE CITY RESIDENCE FOR SALE I wish to .sell privately, my residence on Danville Avenue, just outside the City Limits in Luncas-te- r. .Modernly equipped with CITY WATER AND LIGHTS. HOUSE OF EIGHT ROOMS. WITH BATH. ALL IN GOOD REPAIR. TWO ACRES OF GOOD LAND, ORCHARD, GOOD BARN AND OTHER OUT BUILDINGS. Terms reasonable; possession January 1st, lll'J.'l. Those desiring to look oer propert'v may call me over Paint Lick phone 11-- CLARENCEJQREEN. First Tithe I'iij mi nt of o.riliil in the Mi IdilM-ilee- . h. i iff on Record. Ullie was llr r rng of Abraham c , 1 Beat 'Cm All. I.sperleiicv , t on,. ., rx'tusl he Ik . ..ill; i null) lit!) filer m tjIm. ,n C It. I Inst en TrsiiMiipi Rank Abovr Mere Cleverness. the Urns tnm iiletnf. iwrvUtotm hU ni.ij f ilftermltmiltm ilmn Mr rliiiu lire of mure In j Oiford Museum Founded The h founded i 1679. III museum nt lUfor 1'lTti. and Is tbe oldes pr Kmrisivil BfS. Should Have Big Sale. A ilctlev to tie fastened to a muni lieud to elitt til ers Mgulnst iwUm he does Hot wti to hear has lies'li pal Argentina. enteil l.y a resident-- SbwUe",re Live Long Like a Tortoise. Advising people that they will lltt City Named After Frenchman, limaer If Hie) breathe slowly, a f tin Iiillilth whs iwnml In IxHi-i- r ehort lis to phj.lc.il irntnitig til "g to" the tortoise I If eiplnlns that l'reti" ll elplorer linlel it .l Unit (literally the tortolsf. 'lie slowest alio NisltM allium! of ail "- - I" a thousand' rellMelnr.li of tin Mi Iirp.l. 'w the present site .! etirs. To (1. Congratulated. ItleMfd hti' Mm- - who 14i1 uli Judgment lire so wvll 4iimlusl Itsn they an not n rft- - fur I'm inn'" tin Ser I" wmhhI what stop hr iesMs. eirt tir-)sr- I.t (,r-s.4- Kt i'i 'IF'.','".-- . WW e tits. flag-ston- B Weber Wagons I I $ 1 I I Becker & Ballard pede-strum- s. 1 The fine intuitive perception of .Madam Nordier was not at fault hi the interpretation she gave to the strange moods of the physician. SearehiiiK closely those gloomy eyes, she had caught certain terrifying glimptes of that ateep moral declivity down whose slopes this splendid man was slipping toward the dense of a lethal night. Her fushadow tile elfort to arrest hi fatal descent he were sad indeed. Henceforth wa condemned to tread a pathway strewn with the wreckage of forsaken ideal and of hopes prostrate and abandoned. Such was the undeservhe received uned sentence which complainingly from the pitiless hand of destiny. Once The cocaine vice i modern. fixed on n person It work Is sure and deadly. It insidious encroachment precede hallucinations and mental I'allor, emaciation, enchainment. tremors these foreshadow a slow dissolution. Down these appalling steeps, wholly unheedful of the effort made for hi rescue, stumbled 1 .kl 4 Liberty dom for everyone who does what is not stand for license to do wi'oiik. You This Statue of Liberty is enihlematlcal of freeriht: hut it does are at liberty todo what you choose with your money hut are you doing what is right? The wrong thing to do is to carry it about with you, sequester it insome hiding spct, leave it in your safe, or put it in a safe deposit box. The right thing to do Is to put it in this bank, to be used at your convenience, to draw interest if it is a surplus, and to circulate in the marts of trade. CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK. I i The Central Record. Lancastei , Ky.,Thursday, Sept 28 1922 COMMISSIONER'S SALE OF LAND c.AUUAiMi 2 Hit YA NTS VILLE J Hogim Hnllard upent Frl-la- y ,n Lexington. Ir a .Mrs. II. C. Kote spent Ia. . uurslay ii I.exiiiKlon. Mr Hubert Swopo n. bea a recent tor .f frienilr at WUtiamnbiirc. M I.i . Dunn, of U t of Mr. W. II CaanlnRlinm. . i M Jane Itowliflt WM Ut en I itu t of friend at K. C. v Dan- Mr v LIVE STOCK FACTS PLAN FOR IViPHOVING CTCC Ptarwfe I.ne, riijf i it comix t h1. I Defendant. Prcgrtnivt Plrm of Dutttur in 0 Marian Hurt, ot nl. Hit on fiovtl Sci.cmt to rendered Parwnnt to a jtt Up Cuility. August Term. IMU, the Ht Ih kcII at derined Commlailoattr willnad beat irpar1 Ik t' malic auction in th Mjbrt il Dr- In (Jurrnril bidder n th nrem " l. i' thai Count;, Kenturky. at ten o'clock. Kill In txtirtl lal Iw liic .1 .1 M., r thereabout, urn A ' u.. oil nn ft prtaliioT ATtntUY. CMTOHMt Till.. Ifftt, iNMeher Mto botviuin. n the real otitic mentioned In Um th 11 r --irm Mta. A t pleadine nnd deertbHl n Mkiwa: tii'i'i nt liurhr In h In fittrrnnl County, Ky., and a m ' t" hottor ihi- in. th water of Seotr Fork. Itei-ntn- r lucwiiiy iy pJan at it poe lit 8 W. wmer of ' i'' Watt IhIi t UAier to ill.- - I'.iii on top of Kir4m ami in Hne I tail 'ul uf Art'iilui 11 Mlh Simtn' hoa .; 1. M.i l..t w f land of lwt Jlimpum; thonee S. OH It W. I.M eaniato to a UwuK; S. Iof a lia 14 itlilitl lb '!! ' on W. 4.M rhaiaa r aya iho writer. lt t , drain, S. 23 t, eioir d tht i . ridge; thvae down W. S.M cam to in Mk; & 1TH, M11. m wdM.i. of n vtrmity, ami wi.. W. !. chain to the r Bar; branch, rocaer to Itaathw toaaaw, mihI far ahMglMr v thence with Mo lin dawa th . with its meander. 9. t2, K. J.8 fn - 10 law Mm ri I.W chains UHola; 8. 3S, B. 3 chain. thu- hottor. ' wUI hrlp to hM i! 33 H. K. B.I4 chain; & U-dJ V. Plaintiff, BATSIIS Mens CASH STMIE SPECIALS Men's Cordovan Socks lOcts. Leather 21cts Sweaters All Kinds ii Palm Gloves Boys Corduroy 1 and all sizes. Boys 2 pant i n. e t Poultry Pan taat vsinl premiamr oa tta afctw Ht - 1 1 - School Suits .$5.00 fee rid. Clothes for Dad and Lad Men's Shirts with collar 69cts. Men's Hats $1.50 S'a.e la'r. Mr- School Suits $5.00 Lot Khaki Pants for Men J it . Mr- - ')t. W. Bryant aad It. Mratawawry, ; ilnaahfr, bt 11 tp 1 11 . Blue Polkadot Work Shirts G9cts fnlr . . 98cts. Men's Work . . I. we MM an .uinm) tt. ati arptiiJI)r k.'' Bchain to 1. I'lny the rnrtum In Mir wli m a rard th mt", Itv wWaht. dn-K. 44 chain to loaatt; X. 't"- -r. wlalM and iho e. rrntnr ikHM S ti moat. In thta way w Tt.M chain to ooot, corner of ; thenr ihM tho) Bt hut il mM to Lather Simp with Ma Um N. f. K I.3S cImim t w4itbt iitd w mr trMmii Mint in a prtti broach; theme frvui wotMircil tH'k than) fr. I chain. a Mid branch. .V. 99, W. tHfrlr Mnch if the niu aa. W ta hat W. V rhaia to n Mn . aha th np-- i" irM M. 3. W. 3.TT if dtunatrafrt ar a priai;; braach ! ealtwr froaa tr :.' ta a black walnut; thence ap RMd nwa thiit lavy asinii nmiv a hill, X. 17. K. 7 3N chain to n rtone i th nt farnwr M tap of a rtoVo; thrnrr It. 71 tht 'tuw I he ixbvr la Mlar nnd kind." H. rMM, i. M, IE. 127 rHam. rhaino to rimiaw, S 37. K. la fnMMng m ih rfan. It obaja, m .ton tone. 11 la MH. K h k iiarlatlat liumrn t ni' of MrottV mal ludwity ptnt 1x11 that nmnll ta a point m N. . down thv thvnr 'Mt hothT arr in i "HI.m, h ' ; Fi 7. rhatna to a point in I act aold to N'rrrta fUot; rotor r of Umbx with nor lint, atonx a rlitl X. I rham to a yrajnor 43 H, U". Miitr ail rlW! tbrfwr X. 17 H. 1!. 2 rhaim to rrntrr of rrrrk, thrnr X. 42. down rrtvk wtta tta mran l 57. W 13 rhaina. . 10 chains; X V. 3.77 rhataa a point in N V W cmtov of wiiok. tornrt t. pmnt m vaaiatv M, I. I.t7 ehatn to branch, tonwr to Harrison Hay; fHrMTa -- H'li-n dram: X. JIH, tisane Wo lino up ". & thaia; ehata, N. N. 6t; E. 4 rhaia; . --Bttle bi ! ,.! ' 4 hath .wi- - Blue Work Shirts 69cts Jiurday. ,m i Mr. 1. B. Mowtajnrr, ir rI yliOSlrt l.'tk, were wk-en- d M n f Mr J. W. Bryaat. Mr ..mi Mr W. B. Caaalaajiam :. i. u. h ,ai ol Mr. Charley hat- 'i.. rmir riarroothitrc Taaadajr. J'.iin TniuliniKin and Ma RoSmaja have ritaftd M.z. f:.-- r a viait with relative at I wm Mi . ..! . Trousers $2.50 H. irrn.i. liUrR. I: ii.'.le Poore. Meaor. T. S. aad W alki-- to n elm; locaot, M. E. 5 Mt: Mt, I. t - 17. IS',. RJM rhaia K 4. rhaia to al ct Tiu." Non. la. Poore, of Wihaore, wf IWTe !' fftioeta s.' Mun Knta ) Mi 7m. 7S, irm tc4rni il.ni 7, (Wh woM-hrr- iten mTit ku rok; r(r rrk. r. Hi It.tt " ili-'- i i 3. tlataaaa ; thcncv loaving thr awi with StmaootT rlathM, 8. tt. W olftt In a draia; thrnrr md th.- - .train, S 1.1. . 2 rhaint to a S i.f rhain l.toStnaawon to a noat.i Sintpaon; VT. W. and ft '.. W tkoaw with twia Sunpann Croot rn- - PiraV Uaing WMw" out' ObtJin.d 9.7 1 rhaiaa to thr bririnn-nir- . .1 by Purebred &rc With a I or taintac 1M.32 mw, wurr MM Common Cow .1 wmta inr'h- purpooo w not prwoda arimnK from In tiirtwiH ma () ijiin'tn firm. the joint ownrr aaid 'air amon Ef rml4Hi 4 Kin. .',.1 1, jf. plalntlffi and oVfrnlant, t lino S. 40. 3.64 chain, to a rrrrk akryr. lw 1 ur lr. 1' thfT thoir toaprrtivr TltltMS. will hm T!.- - Mil with intrat nt aix pr eenl xr Maum from dat until aid, navint; of a judgment, llhi fore and I'tTt-r- t npnn which Hxccuttoti may iuo, nnd a lin will b rctainol upn the land until tho imrrhnu' nonrv m jinid. W. II, Hrown. Matter ti.irrard Circuit Court. I.. I. Walker, Attorney for I'llT dipt Am llourr.e, Auc' -r month. and thr rrquirr to ctc boada Htth approi srrttrity, for payable to V. II. th norrhar price, IlrewM, Maatt-(ammiiiar, dut-ims and twelve month rprti-y- , uf n.x and twrlv mad llttlr intrrrti nun t wntl a on a rr4it iiHmt HtiMti.Hk ,11 . i.ii i.i- i.l.- I.. 11. iim. 1 .it hf l n .r, i ..i i,. l.'ii.li.r :;,..' .f Hi liiiiri-in.n- nl. tiarrhatrr will d r doanrtiocitl ACUTE SHORTAGE OF HORSES Farmeri Uipcrfricr Difficulty In Ob. Ulnlng Anim.iU Rfquircd for Firm Work. by Iiilhiult) r bHn; ' hi; Murk lmri' inniiv Immn m t I IxihI.mI '1i' fail !' eti Hindi' tli nr to V II ViHt-- r ililef of Ok- linlli.nl linlmiMlr) ill uf tin of Mlnu"'tn. 1) Ih liuinlier of III' Unpen iiihiU' li) I1I111 Hint imnitii'M of lilt ntHlT H to I hi' iUhIIhI'Ii- ll''lj' of . Mr. W T. WaaUoik mtarnad to tier home m Loxtoattaa Inaay, after i huvmr hen called how try the death MTKEYK Si '. ... .' i . ten of mr mother. Mm. TV. J. Haaaa. 111' ' riw ' it 'i: t. ' "ni'i.a. Mr. and Mr. OIH Mewia, of rhriat t vi ... I' .i'ioi Walter I. ick. were here Satarday to pr,i r by Mr Mr ;.iid Mr- - Kiij.Hi An !, Mhv .. 1'.. i hi.. . .1 in. of ' Urn-- . ' Hthel Wylie. Tho many frtoaoV of for m inunth' y Niwl .itcd in Arkaiman. are Mr an lr Mit Wylie are vary aorry to leaar viit with hi mother, Mr Martha . . Oroard recently. nd MiU, Uko flaw wh hnowi hi that ihe ha not aeon o mull far the Andrmtn. V. P. Long ht viatttaw Hn. ker nut iNMieerily have a lat week. worth ot BMrrata. in NirholaavHIii. Mn and Mr. IHIty Cotton aa4 coed opiaioti at Mm-if- . tlkih Mr. It. A. Oawa, ytUs family. Minor- -. la nam and I.. I'. Mr. Iitly Aailiww vlanaj raki. Dawe. .Mr. and Mr. 0. M. ilarowtad, Hrwwn. havo booa viaUlag Vr. Ifaady live ia DnavitW Umt Mtaaa. were in Gotwcetown .Monday. Tloy l!att and family near llarradabtirK. Beware Mr. and Mm. Ifagh Rartt aad acciMnpaaivd .Mia Amy Dawm, wlwi Ur. itnd Mr. Ua Lonir. Xr. and f . .!. opoat Imiucday ta llarraai far anWe pontiveiy will not i mrm it fox entered (ieoritoAii Collax Mrm. Korrot NotI and Mr U. A. other year. bur. Nruaddui attcaxlod dio al of Mr. finntinc cr h'int:rt of any character I'i v J r. Prirr ani lawUy w Mr. Kd Kaye, who ha had charae Charli Cottoa m Kirkmond, Satnr-dy- . ur trcapaiainj; om our farms. Any of the Ilhxie Poultry Farm in iaahitaa Thawiday a4 far wvernl Wolntor.--. will he proftruted. y ,'i J. S. Schooler. Bdjrar I'ricc. V. A. months left lant week to aetutU a infi Mr. Kayo atade W. M. U mot Tharaday at three Trice. Joe Criscilli, T. J. Price, It. tion in IxmUvllle. 1.' J F Prwr k'tMar Praakaa. day. ahli a atrira of o'clock. Mr. K. A. Nronddtl led U Klkln. 11. .M. Lear. H. - Itarkor many freiado while hero, who roncet the mcctinir Mrs. Hubert Carter H. V. l'aron, .Mariirria Loncivvorth, to tee him louve. Mr. P. I.. Kuhbwno, of PerryvHte. report nn Sunbeam Hand J. I'. Illaml. At kin nnd Moberlev Mtv 1 Mr .m.' Mm. RinWrt 3feroa4da an work. J. J. Soliaitian, V. . Mobcrloy, recently movod hurv and has ajioa-e- d Mr. V.'alter Grow. .Ml hprn viaitinv Mr rtob--i Snllie I lm fa a Tunorinl jmrlor. Ha if iftrHv oil Teatvr and Kthel (lay had l'tret Calico, Divi Sutton and Kuthun Mri.. Hubert Carter read r.r Huchi - Hr.n Mi B. Turner and it. I.. un exper.enced barber aad it i hopod MMr .. !. of I.. U' "Hiti i that he will 5nd buaine aoad onauMb K.tnn !in. " 'fierr were Arnold ' . !.. t Vr will to '.lief ?ri-irlVrn.ii (Otlitr P ,tiii vi 25 bi i 'ed upon t!e enable him to remaia ia aar Nt-( Mr I. W $7 !' or . i.. town. the patment "f (tf.) cir.t .' Qu.tc a Urge crowd attended taw ( onimumt Fair Satarday and It vu The in every way. iur .;. a ,n each departWirat were cMub,:,un spu-nd- i I, and the promatan ertaia-- : a xreat deal of credit far ! 'i r n tiret and untiring eaett to ii. .ike :t ueh a wonderful T fr.mi Ijtncitetr who were h. r ' attend the faneral of Mrs.. f . J II of? ..n. Wednudday aftoraoaa at the Mit io!i,t church were Mr. aad Mr. J C W.lliam. Mi Holen . !,- . 1 (- - i 'i ' . r- N-r- i 1 Hunters vi.r ta I- - - . v . jie !! riilrrlty TRADE AT ENGLE'S lftrt WM-Lar- II. W. Whitafcer, Mm. W. A IJ,ik.r-oii- . Mr. and Mm. W. P.. ll..:in, .Mr.. William I.enr. Mrs. J. Kev II. Mr. Ilourr.i'. 11. Mi I.. liiiBan, Virginia Ilourno, IS. Mr. anil Mr?. P Swope. fnnu iirk lMriM "rtuTe ln't an) d"iilt Ihi' the HATFIELD uiit )enri tl"' liuinlier uf i'iIIh raiM-ih him Jf iIihii tn inriilH-- r DENTIST of ImrM'H Unit limi' illeil, wild "N tln Iim'MHiIiIk r l'i'lvr OHIc Th Garrard Bank. till eoudltliHi iilremly iimkiiiK I'honai Offica 5. Rtldnc 376. 'tiltf of evident? If tliU uimIIHom la itn-lKENTUCKY. LANCASTER. iiitiliititliied 1111 unite linr'ni:e of work liupM-IhiiiiiiI to remit! iiiih1 lio Imvo kimmI "rurtin'w limret will itnd It initlliilde lo Imiil tlieni, 'I'liU "III In hi rt titiirl inie If the mure en lie mntiil to n l'inmI miiiiuI utiillloii of iliwlrntile dnift t) luFUNERAL DIRECTOR lu enliimtilitlleii uliero MM li H Mnlllnll Utile Over National Hank. I not miillnlite nn furiner "Itli Imlf Itridenc I'lion X OlIUv I'lione 27 dnreii or inure nmrei will tlnd It mf Itnlile to imnliNM nnil keep inli n I.ANCASTKH. KV. r M. S. Where Your Dollar Goes Furthest ti or 1 s J. A. Beozlev 30 Days Only Yard wide Domestic, heavy All Calicoes Anions Uiote from a distance who were here Wednesday afternoon to attend tlx- funeral of Mr. W. J. ll..j.an were Mr. ami Mr. John HauKhman, Ilau; ' nan, Mr, Janie Mr Sallee, Col. and Mr. I. M. Dunn, Mii Mary Dunn, Mr. Joe Dunn, Mr. and Mr J. M. Smith, Mr. and Mr. It. I. Burton, of Danville, Mr. James II. Spi mun, Mr. and Mr. Thomas Wo ..ndne. Mr. W. T. Wooldridtje. Mr Joepli II. Farlee, Mrs. Anna - 1 1 11 liorH." Percales Ginghams 'A2 - Or. Printus Walker VETERINARIAN. I'. II. Antwarad Promptly Hhon 317. KENTUCKY. MARKET HOME GROWN FEEDS Farnur Should DtUrmlna Numbtr of Htad of Cattlt to Katp by Avallablt Fid. Day or The liuinlier of llie tofk whirl a fiirmer feel 011 hit fnnu liniild l lleterilillird by the ultlnlllll of Inline Knmti feeiU uhleli he Iiuh 011 hand, lid the price ulilch he enii for tlieie feeili If mild 011 I lie iiiurkel An Keiierul rule live ntwli nlll market home k'rnun feed' ut it prolll If the lite atiH'k li Ktteu n mjuure deul ; hut It l out of the iUetliiu 11 e 11 inch Gingliams Yard Wide Outing- lOcts. 9cts 10cU. to 18cts. lOcts. to 18cts. 18cts. 15cts. .- Mo..re, Mr William Moore. Mr.--". W. F Vauhii, uf Harrodatmrj;, Mr. I'ar.r.n Ojuorn. Mm. (i. S. Conant Juatuta June, of Wilmore, and M Mr. Martha HauKhman Phillip., MIm Anna Pliillip. Mr. anil Mr. J. M. PS Mips, of Stanford, Mr, and Mr. II. I.. Klder, Mr. Margaret Spark, of Nicholavi!!e, Mr. Marshal Currant, of I,ouivi!le, Mesir. J. I.. Watkin. Jelf T Dunn, of Lexington nnd Bryan Ballard, of .S'ahvil!e, Tenn. And the Turk U ytruttini Nliht. t - ' Outings Yard Wide, Soft Bleach Ten thousand yards to go out. Good Co flee Corn, Peas and Salmon - 12icts. and U cub-lilin- t; 15cts. 15cts. lOcts. iicain. .sli;lit The price of hard coal ami o i. the coal. out of Green Clay Walker Law And Real Estate to loan on farm. Litt your farm for aalc privately or at auction. Office over J. W. Smith's Stor. Money You can often tell a wiiv man by the think' he iloen't ay. o eipetl acrilh atiK'k iihiTr of feeili. to bo DON'T FORGET THAT GOOD FLOUR. 80 DOZEN SHOES ON SALE BEST FOR THE PRICE. Seeing is believing. Come one, come all welcome. unmake Money never make a man, but it u lot of them. No, money Is nut thu root of all It evil. the whole tree. a DR. OITMiiTRIHT 1'ractlce J. Jo BYRNE i limited to iliaKHoiinic and KorrvctiiiK defect of Kycilcht by of tho flttintr proper glaaaet. DANVILLE. KENTUCKY. Office Immunlilna Agalnit Cholera. Iiokh When Imiiiunlzli uiiuliut! Cholera do Hot muke InJeclloiiM In the hum ur khoulder Ha Ihla lmer the ii I lie uf llioe iMirllnim of the iMreua. lnjtH't aerum In the Hunk or the fore Wf. bill. Some people never have to pay Nobody will trut them. livtea NEAR THE DEPOT ENGLE They tell u that wisdom U more precious than i:old, but it won't pay for a beefsteak. people' stead. Some people never dip into other atfair. They plunge in- Oaaotka Gikkar Hotel. Hoar to IS aad 1 to S p.m-- Oata Not Fattening. feed for Out make a wry futtenlnn rattle, u they arc ao bulky that tlW futile futmot eat euoujh uf tbeut to put uu Um ueceaaarjr aiuouat lor YOU SAVE "THE DIFFERENCE." It's a fact, though, that most married women can keep a secret. They never tell all they know about their husband. Of Ut Th Central Racord, Lancaster. Ky., Thursday, Sept 28, 1922 iiiiiiiiiiHiiniinmiiHinwiiWHi Old Henry's Wooing 1 I Ml 7 ThrivlfisT ASSESSOR'S FIGURES AID EXTENSION WORK Useful to Determine Ceunty's luay St where Quality cewnta DOINGS AT PAINT LICK Interesting News, of East End Capitol Gathered Ily Alert Correspondent Mr. Wni. Hurt, Sr., continues very and Miss Kmma llurchrll were guests ill. of Mr. and Mrs. John Anderson at Mis Kate Kly is in Cincinnati this Point I.eavcll Sunday. week. Mr. Charley llowman, of mar Mrs. C. V. Uice was a visitor in Klchmon.l, and Mr. Ililey, of Ohio, were visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice I'rtint I.ick Inst week. week. Mr. It. F. Cotton has rented Mr. Ilurton the past Mr. nnd Mrs. II. Martin, or Herra, T. J. Underwood's farm. Flat. have taken rooms nt Park's Mrs. C C. Kice, of Smithflel.t. Mr. Martin has opened up n hoe repast week. visited friend here the pair shop at that place. Mr. and Mrs. C. II. Friend and Mr. nnd Mrs. Chestnut, of Herra, children were visitors In Irvine Sun-da- and Mr. and Mrs. Tom I'eyton, of l.ancnstrr, were recent quests of Mr Mrs. II. J. I'm trick has a nice music and Mrs. II. J. Chestnut. class. Mrs. It. I.. Hill also ha n Mr. Hubert Shepherd, of South class. Carolinn, and Mr. David Shepherd, of Mrs. Kliznlieth Patrick left last Richmond, were guests of Mr. and week for n visit to relative at Paints-vill- Mrs. I. II. Shepherd, Sunday. Mrs. U. C floor, of Richmond, returned entertained with u bridge party Mr. Jim Hurrough ha from a vi:t to relatives at Harroii.-buri- ;. Thursday in honor of Mrs. L. II. Davis' sister, Mr. C. It. Dinwiddle, of Major and .Mrs. F. M. Davison left Louisville. Thursday for a month's visit in Mr. II. L. Wallace's . S. class e. n. Rlahtteus Can Always Hep. Tlie hoi of the righteous shall ta gladness, but Iho eftec1atlon of ta wicked shall perish, Xolotnon. To Cltsn Rusttd Ststl. If any article of steel bn becoBM . JUSTIN "Ullo, Hank I WKNTWOOD StiHHHmmiiimnHimimitin OssMUkt. lilt, w terns t)aia. Having up to get NtHr IIYvTfffffffwfS THE QUAKER j llf Farm Problems. In On Debson, who had been od of ike bookkwptra of the Friend cons of jtors, company for nearly looked up sheepishly and thrst away counting. tbo bills lie "IWtter hurry up; not much Utur to less, llank 1" Hrery bobson must hare been fifty, anil why he bad been no Ionic with ti e company and itlll retained n nuturilt-natwas nut difficult to see. Uooest. jJcxldlDR. Industrious, he hud not tho qualities that wake for hh limn, An elderlj-lookincecii. he went bla way, Uie butt of mild witticisms en tho part of the younger Weil. No one knew anything-- about "Id Henry, nor where he lived, and nobody cared. The name applied equally to Miss Howell, of the cvrrvudence depart luctit. Miss Howell hud been there nine jeers, and lookeil Just u plain. ' tmlr. rHthrr faded old maid. "Say, Miaa Howell, Hank Iobsou rrckoua he's going to gut married l" Sadie, the telephone girl, raid this, and wnlted for the quick blub to ap-a-r on Miss Howell'a fare. "I be, really? Oh. Isn't thnt nlcel" Say," said Sadie to her friend. Avnrs Strutt, wouldn't It ! a Joke to make Amy Howell think Hunk In love wltli berT' -And to make blm think she's In love with him I" "Mow'll we do "Watch me I" Mid Sadie cryptically. On tbe following morning Miss How. ell found n neat little hunch of violet on her desk, with a scrap of pastebiaird taanlftir Old timrj ' MAID Infoiporstrd rusted, soak It In swesl oil for a ilaj r two nnd then rub with fresh Urns. As W Qrowr Up. About all the difference betwrsw children and li grownup Is Hist rt weigh mete slid ain't so happy. (Mo.) Mall. Atchison Count Lov- - Matches. )oii innrry foi The I'eii'lve me--l- f love innvnilnjs )ou e got to tlnd ora reasonable eiciise for the In'tieflt of jour friends -- Knsprr. Sioekholm. Kentucky's Largest Grocers Instant II Was Dlsstvtratl That 51 Par Cant of Lsna Was Fsrmtd by Tanants Faesral Farm Lean Unknown. u A few of the many wonderful food bargains being offered at the Quaker Maid. Hnml Packed e iltloii g utioti-truslv- e, TOMATOES No. 2 Cans, Now No. Cans reduced to 10c 14c 2': Tomato Pulp, No. 1 Cans, now 6'ac Manufacturer's advertising offer on JOY WHITE NAPTHA LHt-son- SOAP For n limited time Itr 6 Big Bar. 25C attached, bearing In writing the "With II. D.'s compliment. vtvrtfe, Her agitation appeared plain. The girls, watching her, bad many quiet giggles as tbey saw her surreptitiously bend to sniff the fragrance of the flowers. "Say, Hank, that's a fine bunch of (lowers you sent Miss HowelL." "I didn't send ber any flower. I w ll....l, 1 n . In awnrl tlPf- flniVerB - ' w...'. ... tin . forr protested Henry Dobson. "Well, don't you let on you didn't. She's cowing to thank you." Little Miss Howell stopped at Henry Dobson's desk. "Thank you so much for your beautiful flowers, Mr. Hob-fn,-" she said In a quiet voice. A few days later Henry Pohson found a pair of socks on his desk, bearing a card. "With kind remembrances from A. H." Examination the fact that tbe heel were gone. "Say, Miss Howell, Mr. Dohson'f hud such u lovely pair of socks from some one," said Sadie. Little Miss Howell ralM-- ber bead "Who sent them J' she Inquiringly. usked. Oh, Miss How-"Oh, MImi Howell ell i" tbey teased hei. It was funny to see how ncrvoulj MImi Howell uvolded Henry Unburns desk for several duya thereufter. The crenm of the Joke came a few days later. Miss Howell opened a little cardboard box. Inside was a valentine, procured from some old dealer who had had It rotting on his shelf since tbe dnys wheu Tlie vulvntlnt-- t reruutned In fashion. luce pijer edge wus torn mid Mi- National Rolled Oats, package 8lac Post Tost ics or Kellogir's Flakes 8ct. Shredded Wheat 2 pkg. for ,21c -- a.t Fresh ground CORN MEAL 10 Pounds HiKh for irraric 23cts. HEN FEED 10 lbs. for 100-l- b. 26c Hatrs r lb t'ntis1 Stalaa KvulmMI I l Aruityr lii tuakliii: (iiuiily and ti'iuintiiilty nf ilcitKiiistmtlniis ami dthvr t'tVKriiin it'iittii iiithltli-- fur tin- - , rx- tension iiiii'iits In OkluliuiiiH rt'Nirt to tin t'lillitl Stati's lviurtiuriit of Af rtcultun ttiMt tin' use uf ctiutity stul anMiur's tlKiirvs as a basis fur tlx- - cnuntjr's major agrt- cultiiriil prulilcins Is pruTlug vrry suo cvful. A HHvtltiir of tf - itiiii uihI w iiiiiih from i'ncIi ctHiimuiilt)Is rnllnl l eiirli ji'ar Ity tin- - iimiity atii'iit tor tit nirKso of tuakltijc a prokTHin for tin )i'iir'a fiti-n'lowork. In It lias Uiii foutiil t Hint IIh'm- art" of sfrtlw In stioulni; iicrlcultunil coitilltlniis of tlx- - tnuiitj- - In a foiirlst nnd oxniiri-linifU- tny In uti Instuiirv It was foutnt t fin t ulioiit .11 ivr ivnt uf th toiinty's BkTlnillunil laml una fstaiunl Miss KHen Pruitt has returned from liy triuiiits. IHnnisilun liruustit out l. the fact that tin' fnlernl farm loan a few days visit with friend in was iraitlcally iinkmisii In tli iwinty ami t'lutit wi-made to rimilurt a Mrs. It. J. Walker wa nn aftercumpHUni to lirliiu the lutifflts of tho noon truest Saturday of Mr. F. II. loan to the attention of th ounmutil-tiSmith. ii k a NM.tlf means of Miss Lucy Franci taught Tuesday a greater erreiit.-iof fann owiir hlji. and Wednesday for Miss Kmmn Mrure slum In that more arren in tho rotinty were tieltia lantitl to wheat Mr. Jewel Wallace, of Centre spent than any other iroji started n illscus-sloSunday with his whlili tnillratet then- - was illffsr-eur- Saturday nicht and of ('pinion as to the iarlty mother. It was thurefi-r- e for the Mr. and Mrs. Felix Ktridce spent that itemoiistrntloii liits of tde Sunday with hi mother, .Mr. Kebec-c- a l varieties of thU crop be Kstrtdge. Crown In eight seetlons of the county. Mr. nnd Mr. W. O. Anderson and In a olmllar way all the tlrures cuvrr-Ins- ; the uirriculttirnt artlrltlea of the Mr. It. L. Hill were in JUrea Mon-da- y on business. nrnim-roaklni- r county nre studied In theso s ineetlncs. and an a result a Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Anderson profmim Ii uiade which Is Iis.mi1 on of his sister, Mr. Will Ogg, what statistics hate shown to I1 the Saturday evening. most urgent needs of the communities On of her of thi- - illni-and In which Keneml Interest through! father, Miss Ida Hurt closed her out the county la felt. school for this week. HANDY PORTABLE FEED RACK Mrs. Ollie Iloian spent the tirt of (the week with her sister, Mrs. Will Slsttsn-Foo- t Runntra, Roundtd at Each Ogir, who I very' ill- End, Maka It Easy to Hayl to Mr. nnd Mr. Ollie lloian were Any Otalrod Spot of his tster, Mrs. Khoda Wylie fee, rack for hogs Is a at HryanUville Sunday. A portable mighty convenient device for any furm. The Ladies Aid of the Christian It can easily he moved from one spot church met with Mrs. F. H. Smith to another The 1x12 10 foot runner Tuesday nfternoon and tacked a com- s yt-ars nirU-ulturatlii-oii: irn-HItlch-mome n o irr'?tr4 Mushroom Growth. The gronth of mi 'broom Is considerably by chsnses of th night Otiservers of tbes Iiiikhi. growth know that nt full moon tns crn' Invnrlsbly shows Itself, but when on the wane there Is a perceptible decline. Moon Influtncsa Influ-ence- il tet il liest-llkii- wen-guest- Washing Bruthts. Itrushes should never be washed In It makes the bristle soft. hot water I'nt them In a ipmrt of gave her ft surprise birthday dinner water Into wlileli two tBlieMMin of put. Let them Kverytbing ammonia have at her home Sunday so for half an hour and then good was served and all had n delightrinse them In cold water, and hang ful day. them up, hrtih down, to dry. Mr. nnd Mrs. T. J. Underwood are We regret He Can Punctual, Anyway. moving to lincaiter. ltirome-trli- t Kncllsli adv A lnx-i-lvery much to lose these good people fid. with no iuallflcatlnn. social but understand they will spend part IntelhrtHsl . totally devoid of of the time here on the farm. nowlcdce i hi any colirelvstde subject; and uiitrast Ihdoient The Christian Kndeavor, of the thoroncnl? Presbyterian church at Manse, had a worthy. ) ile.ir.rtu of nhtntrilng a ilii-,In any capacity. sale of "eat" at C II. I.edford' and I lot tmi Trsii't ipi J. H. Kalston's store Saturday, which netted them something over 1 0.00. Jaflinfii PlBir. who has A gov emtio nt nnd Mr. nnd Mrs. Jack Wager ( children, of Itichmond, Mr. and Mr. tnvestlgntlng the wolidrrful paper Japan that tbe Jspanee maks C, Hoggs and son, and Mr. Hoyd K. water bag or rice a.er, which ar Wages, of Kichmond, Mr and Mrs. held to be mere durable as wrll a C. K Dinwiddie, of Louisville, wrre less ei'islve than similar articles the la)ers guet Sunday of Mr and Mrs. - II. made of rubber ltetw,-luk-warm 1 e-Ix-e- n rert I- of Mper. which Is soft and fleilhlc, resin Is Used, and the outside Is covL. A N. line man, ered with laciiier Mr. Joe Fual, Wednesday was seriously hurt last week when a dog ran in front of his Th Urg of Success. motor car. throwing it oil the track. Sets joU. tlliri- - the tc:h of nei-Mr. Fual's hand wa mhed and al- there Is xrn sn eternal urse unatls-flt- l l)r Smith It eompels with Inferior tiling io received other bruises. dreited his wounds, taking him to a suceess. Tlie problems that weakling put fin- Into tbe M'xl hospital at Kichmond, where part of neigh-Ixirthe tleh wa removed from the in and make men lrtel-tl- t le The wonder how It all happens. It side of the hand. The Doctors think It's Just nature asdoesn't hnp-i- i he will not loose his fingers, as it was serting hep-el- f nnd vverth) yovtth comat first thought. ing Into hi on ii - i:rhange Davis s s for $2.45 fort. IteV, W. A. Itamsey attended the Stnte Fair and conducted a seno of meetings at Iieuchel, Ky., returning SEA FOAM Superior Quality FLOUR 2'1-lb. 1 Sack $1.06 93c Portibls Fssd Rack. are rounded at each end. "x-t'- home Mondny, Mr and Mrs. C It. Dinwiddie home .Monday after n plenant vis t to Mrs- P'ftwiddte'a s'ster, Mrs. - PURITY FLOUR IM-Pou- 1, H. Ilnvi. Hnnimnck nn Mr, O. I. f.ui,i!.v the passerby Ortadtd South African Snakt. The grvntet terror of alt South Af Its rtcun snake l the liliiik niainba. bite Is nllin..t lustantl) fatal, and the mauibii l of a strangely Irritable disposition, freiue.Mlv "Itching for a scrup." ar.'i apt' mnily tond ft Mulling during bun 'a muu Ii) i'- - tit i jto try and Lit it then landing a swift return that iail "t lie avoided. It will nto 'lali ''! nil Its den und attack pre-eiic- e, 4 Can't Oocior o.umps. Itofttig hide in stump siwl flltlnc . ier or something else hem ultb o lmteii dTa) ts n waste of time to the fieter of the State gnultural college at Ithaca. N. V. Ibe hide do give addi-i- l surfitie for latiire' il'strii' ttve agent Ii- work on. tut inl Mg.ing riiMpp ui. burning, or )lowlng out will ipiliLl) i!lMe of ltllliiH. II. a caii t wait for tbe slow ll-- ;,riHi' i f Sacks Pure Cane Granulated Tlm-- 'Jxl-I- 'S SUGAR Pound Swifts Empire 7 Vac The picture represented nn elderly spinster with a lone, red uo-and underneuth was printed; ldewed. a, I think ou'rr out lor marriage. As all the world nn see, mm to your mind. I l.or you'll nnd As lone sa It Isn't mr. PICNIC HAMS SiiKar-cured. The sender hnd scratched out the last word mid substituted "II. II." Miss Howell's right hand Jerked convulsively. The Valentino, turn lu half, driipH-Into the wuMthutket. Twelve struck. Hunk IioIim.ii cam slowly Into the correspondence depart ment lis tbe girls were getting on their I huts. Mis Howell rose up, nulling. "Oh, Sadie, you know I'm not com-- , liii! buck on Mondayf she inked. Howi-lir- , "Not coming buck. Mis wu genuine regret. Then. Im-- j There pulslvely: "Oil. Mist Howell, If It's bevuUM- - we've botheied Jntl so liuuli, - I'm reully won't )ou overlook It? likhuiiied." "My il'iir, you Imvell't botheied lilt at all." Miss Howell smiled. "Hut in) husliiind und ore starting u little pouli try fiirm the ilreuui of our I ineiiii why,' Howell "Oh, Ml Mist Itimell, jiiii uud Mr. IMimhi buve, . got married P "Twi jours ugo, my deur," smiled j Amy Howell. 1 to 8 lbs. av. Pound I 15c nulled betwe-the runners make a solid foundation. The uprights are and the slats lire lxC's. The space between the runners and the of the "V" shaped rack I floored and a 1x1'.' iKiard running all around the nick Just oImivi' the runner completsa the iimnger hot-tor- n IVhen &&m Service is Demanded Tinstone Cords Predominate are roost severe there you will find Firestone Cords tn imhrersal use. Tbe hard jobs seek Firestone. And so well has Firestone responded under difficult cofsditkxts --so consistently nas moon ted to totals un STABLE FUES ARE ANNOYING WHEREVER tbe of tires Cabbage, pound 3cts. Sweet Potatoes, G lbs. 13cts. for Yellow Onions, lb. 3cts. Potatoes, 15 lbs. 32ctt. Van Pcttt Art Cause of Much Discomfort to Llvt Stock and Financial Loss to Ownsr. been developed by men whose life work is the production of constantly increasing tire values for the public. Campbell's in Tomato Sauce IliK Cans Cani's or PORK & BEANS 10c .14c 10c stable tiles lire the eilllse of ttiuch discomfort und nmiojnno to lle stock und of tliiuncliil Ions to the owner. Ke-the NtHhlev, Hiultry hoilseM, pig pens, ete., cliim mid iivold the accumulation of manure or tilth. Provide screens for elixirs mid window. Spray the unlinuls lightly each morning with it mixture of the following proportion: l'lve gallons kerosene, one pint either oil of mlrbutie, oil of tur or m-syll- c Users in this vicinity verify Firestone reputation, and report almost daily some new Firestone record of extra distance travelled. Don't be satisfied to buy to obtain from ordi- tires buy values the longest tiras that today Most MOas par Dollar is the buying mileage at the lowest price conslogan of thinking motorists sistent with such reliable performance. Make Most Miles per Dollar your principle of tire economy choose your next tire on that basis. HEINZ BEANS No. 2 mid. HARVEST CLOVER SEED CROP If a Llttlo Ovtrrips Loss of Hsads May Bt Riducsd by Cutting Early In th Morning. live" 1 Cans No. 1 The bietsrling and tempering af nibbsr, gnnvdipped cord g cure-- all cnnstrsKtion, rmlaaga methods have air-ba- Cans UNEEDA The First Wallpaper In America. Wall papers did not begin to come Into this country until tbo second' quarter of tbo Klgliteentlt century eclally ordered Kven then they werti by tbe Individual householders frnmi their iltulirs In London nnd I'urU rather thun curried from the generul retail trude. Tbouiaa Huncovk, tor In ( BISCUITS Uud, gft Ob White and Illue MACARONI or Mb. z. SPAGHETTI 14c slmllurly linM)rted by u friend nf tils, threw or four year earlier. Ily 171V however, wall puper vvus In retail stock here, I'hnrles Margrave of Phil udelphlu udvertlslng It In Hut jeir. Hut certainly It was not In geuerul ue until 1TM). Ily that time It hint heroine enormously popular and u hot of merchunls In all thu larger towns were advertising new liuportutlnni with the arrival o every alilp. l'hy lis Ackerwuo la ArU aaU Decorations stance, onlcred In 1737, u iflall liiude paper from his stationer, Thomas Itowe of tendon, und In his letter glv lng the order speak, of nnothcr pnpet Pkir. Pkk'. :i.r I'nder noniuil eoiulltlnns cloier slioubl be cut when the lieiids have turned u dirk brown, II tlm clover Is u llttlo overripe, tho oh of the lit nils may be materlully reduced by cutting eurly In the morning or In the evening when there I dew. The clover should be cut its high a this cnuhlcN threshing to Iw speeded up, as there will be less atraw to bundle. CLEAN AND SPRAY HEN HOUSE ajWggPVg9ggggggggggggV. MOST MILES 7ct. Cups to thu Pound! QUAKER MAIDAal very best 4I COFFEE you. P Important That Work Bs ing Warm Months to Insect Pests. Kp Out Don Dur- Kuaranteed to please It pays to trade at the Quaker Maid. Thoroiighly i li iin nnd sirny clib ken house, especially nests and roostlnx quarters, with coul oil, furl oil, rrude e thinned with coal oil, or tbe oil drained from an auto. Kvpeat spray monthly durlnc warm months ts free from red mites. tU Gum-Dippe- d Cords kf) The Central FUcord, Lancaster, Ky.. Th ursday Sept 28, 922 1 farmer scattered over the hurley daya of which thrrr nrr aevrrat ilur of the Inir thr coming few months, nrr exnml dark tnliarrn section I state who also conducted similar dem-- 1 pected to have an important affrct nnatrntlnn. Mori than HO per cent on the market for certain product. of the 44 Fayrttr county drmonslra-to- r New York City U thr leading live havr hown their confidence In poultry market of thr country with tlip resistant varieties by raving ami the rmult that prirra received hy from the m for next year's plnntlng. farmer in thin atntr will be liilluetic. In many of the Fayette demonstraed to a conaideruble extent by thr tions, thr resistant vnrietir not only demand of market In thnt city. Day of A totiment in thr tirareit made n more rapid growth than thr ronituon varieties hut also wrrr mnrr holiday of any cnueiUence, thin one uniform, In each of thr dcmnntra-- being celebrated October '.'nil. All turn, thr resistant nml common varie- prime atock, especially White Legties were grown side hy aide on thr horn chicken and roonter, lire in September r.'tinr flrlil nml given thr same treat-irr- demand for thl event. IM". to 20th. include the heat marketing ay for product in In JO out of thr 43 inii'i. plant. frim thr attain averaged iletimlid for thu holiday. Kraut of frni four to 11! Inches tnllrr than Tabernacle, which will he celebrated I thoe while four tiny later, October 1th . will from common vnrlrtir" Or common vnrirty mailt thr fastest! create a demand for duck, fowl and Mrn nn.t women. whether roti will liulM yoursair tin t Jour normal. growth m two case. Then wa no fat geee. The bet New York mart wrlclil itf in.t un the i t MavlTrllii In iour 1'txot. Ttiat'a Inotitnblr dllfcrcnce III thr rata of ket daya for product In demand for U there l to It It's it scientific farf. growth In 'J I of thr demonstration. ' thl holiday are October - to 4th. K )our l.kxel.rrtl factory Isn't work-in- s I runxtnwn. thin, rlsht. ion Day. which will be celeColunihu Plant from resistant vnrietles show- -' your l.lv( will txi in illaortltr. ant I morr uniformity rarlispa your will l.o tifoVrn out than thorn- from1 brated October 12th, will create a de,c an. Willi I'ltni'lra, llarMi.-a,- l i thr common varirtir In IH of thej mand for live chicken, fowl and K. H. H. krrHt )mr ll.wt-rl- l factory wot Vine full lima. It halpa . ilrmonMrntlona while thr vnrirty com. rabbit. The heat market day in Muxl-rrllThat'a why lulll H. Lull up law J monly n commoditie are H. H. fao-flla thin, trown ahowril moat uniformity. New York for the-aIt put flim flrl nn Jour It th. Turkey, grr.e, of thr ilrm- - October '. to rounds nut )nur turf, arm nark, I in two rnarn. --Twrnty-ai... -- i ii r ii...i fowl, capon, auckling pig and rabllmtn, tha wlic.ln tnlr. It put) thu pink1" In Jour dirtka. It take tha frrcner in thr uniformity of Ihr two bit will be in demand for Thankst olkiwnrM (rum tha eye, an. I It fool Tlnin smi.ittilnir nut wiln-lUr"tlir tntn nmf,y wnmrn "plumplnc"a types. Ilourver, It war. found that giving Day which will he celebrated In a thrm u. H 8 H la lr rrmrkal,U where no ditrcrence could hr noted in November IlOth. The beat New York I k1.url'lrr. U'hlU ynt am rtlnir the rntr of irrowth nml uniformity of market day for ther commoditie flump, )our akin rruitiona, iitite, I Urkhraila, nt'fia, thetltnallam. rath, the two type that thr drnioiiatrntlona are from November - to 'JMh. " IMtar, Mntrtira linwat Crime iuality product of all kind Mere conducted on either new blue Tlio tnolklnnl Inamtlrnta of H K. 8. purely trarfahl,-Hnrr Kuarantra-irrn" ami or uround that had been in will he in demand December I Mb. at H. rl, la aiiM at nil iltut; atorra. In two ,.r I ...Ill Tli a Ulfir lUu U thu lawn clover or timothy for aeveral i.klnk tin... Ik.. I Ul t.ltll.11 Villi .til' MulHililkaL be celebrated. December 1 th. to In each of thee rna'!!, enr for talc at McKobrrta ationa indicated that thr mil wan 1.1th. include the het New York mar"S. s. s. not infeatcd with root rot. Thia ket day fur thre roinmoditle. Drug Store." ArMlinif w I" line witli thr fart that ('hrixtma Day. December I'Sth., will riMit rot i nnwt apt to he preent bring about a demand for turkey., m oii when tuburiohn been nron greae, fowl, capon, suckling pig, for two or more year in aurceion. live riibbit and live goat. The bet market day in New York for the commoditie come between December I '.Ith and 22nd. The ime commoditie that will lie in demand at Itat rot of tobacco, which cauwa Oiriatmua will be in demand for New KonturLy crow era heay loMa each Year' Day, January The can be checked by the ue of New York market day for commodistrain, of leaf, Market for farm product, especi- ties in demand for thi event Ullal- to reulta obtained during thr ' ly come between December StHh. and fummrr Jut pat by id I'nyettr coun- ally poultry, will lie nlTrcted to a with ronaiderable extent during the re- JIUh ty farmer, who year hy at i Smile when vim feiJ CiMJtity Agent W. It. (iabliert and the mainder of the prevent rum. holldnyj, diMaion of the College of leaat teven importHiit (lnjr on. They can't both llourih at (I It head of thr the name time to Agriculture in growing reaittant traina of hurley by the aide of com arc' inn of markea of the Kentucky Ite-u- l Stat, on Now don't become peeved when we gncultura1 Kxprrirnen inon nnrtie on their farm V ng ard C"hntmn tell you 'a' fine p 'lie' mcii"rte i THank'g ta ned by the l farmer are tn line wif iiie ar' fie two mo nipcrtant event, are better t'jan your They rem en' bi ng .btaitird by more vnroua other, ipe, al Jev.li he . her t'.ng ti.at never happen than S.S.S. fife Oat HoRow Checks, I mini'" Not Like Other Girls Br CLARA DELAFIELD f REPORT OF THE CONDITION Of Th CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK Cr Thin Limbs! Oifrlhl, I 4 I 111. WtatMn ff wft Nr,ppr tf L'alsa. No. 2888. OF LANCASTER, KENTUCKY, AT THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS ON SEPTEMBER ISlh.. 1922. i, . 1 nt New-Yor- rrilant rr iutt-rtah- fr - amp-tlon- a. a. run-dow- tin. a. 1 1 U- I irra, 1 Restraint Leaf Strains Reduce Root Rot Damage Seven Events to Affect Prices of Farm yir. Produce lt. brt UaMM-re!iln- eteiin Jrtne. hai"e iun ) PUBLIC SALE LOCK, STOCK AND BARREL Having decided to locate elsewhere, I will on wonder. I wonder no much, And there'a nobody can tell except Klale Dill .Mlddleloti now and alio won't. Not that I've naked her. I wouldn't dure to do that. No one could tnkr liberties with I Mil. You Ms, ahr never wna like other girl. Tliere'ii n aort of tree tnui'tff.'r' among girl. Just ii there Is nmoiig married women, and nunn:r men, of course, ran by heraelf. Itnt i:tli nlirn) 1 lint's what rather put the girl agnlliat her. I remember when ahe left college lie ndiipted n aort of highbrow attitude loMiird life. Intend of going nix, lit with thr Joiilig fellow, rdie'd be off lo n nook with n ability book I mean, oft to a ahndy nook with a lnk. M'ry usually And there she'd ll, nrnpMi In medltntlnn fancy free, nod listening to the other girl having n giMHl (hue with Die I wonder. I under If Kl1e really liked It. Ste neier wntitetl anything to do with tli men. She nld love mi it aacred thing, ntid ruine once only In a lifetime, mid If you didn't Mini jour hue returned ynu Jut kept liilet about It, nml went on holding mrelf In na lung n )oll lived, until f mi either iIIihI or pined unay. I reinemlier young Howell, lie wa n iiuis'r, etlcnl ort of chap, with n look In his eye, and when hr wna Mil) lllg here one ailllllller It mut hair heeii live yeara ago be and i:ile Jint naturally travltaled toivnrd each other. They'll aaunter oft toId llpple gether Into the alinde of tl tre nnd alt there, with their books In I'lmt young Itowrll their hand. would rend n bit and then Klale'd rend a bit and nil the time the other joung folk were enjoying theinvdve In n healthful, unturni way In and milking oft tn palra, nnd buggy driving. hapH'iien Well, whnt lintlirally rinrence Keith rnine down for the week. Mie wna a Mufty little thing, full of plrlt. and he hadn't been here n day before she filed young It en el I with her baalllran I lire. Next day. when KIIe wandered oft with her hook, )oung lion ell didn't turn up. He'd tnkeli Florence off to re the hermit In hl enve Joe llrlgk', who works winter In the boiler factory. And nil thnt week KNIe wn left atone young Unwell nnd lit the week-ensaw Ml Keith on thr train it far n. rhttjilelphln, and then went on his own way. Mnrrv? No, nothing but a summer Mux he l!lle (llrt of toll, of course. uuei'l mini. She didn't etlt tianllv nnxthlng the ret of her stii) here, mid ahe lliil to mope more than ever, nnd read her low pia'tii to herself under the apple tree. You know, the imie crowd come ibmn here pretty regular jetir after jenr Next year l.lle wa Jut the same, only a little more mi. She wouldn't have n thing tn in with the .voting men. and riorenro had thing Young Hon ell? .ill her own way. Oh, he'd gone West. Yes, he married a rancher's daughter out In t'tnh. He doen't apix-n- ngaln In the tory. 'Tor the lord' sake, lIMc. why don't inn make up to some of thr naked her. I think .voting fellow a?" It wn the )ear after thnt. "You're and ou ran be bright when ou want to. What d'you want They don't to scare 'em off for? want n highbrow. Why, the sight of tin.... liook of jours puts thu lid on sour chances." I'll never forget how Klsle looked Hi me nml answered"TI better to have Imcil nnd l"t than neter to have rer KESOtmCES and diacounta, Including rediscount., acceptance of other banks, and foreign bill of exchange or draft sold with indoraement of thU bank (except thoe hown In b nnd c) J3I2,'J18.0J Overdraft, secured, None; unecured, 2,.1I7.uK UepiMited to ecure circulation (U. S. bond par I oiiti J34-',2tfl.- 02 All other . .,)" , '.',317.58 Lnited State (Sovernment (including premium, If nny) tcurities riO.oon.oo 1,010 00 Other bond, atock, necuritie. etc Hanking House, $7.0110.0(1; Furniture and fixture Lawful reserve with Federal Iteerve Hank Caeh in vault and amount due from national bank Total of Item 'J, 10, 11, 12 and 13 .Miscellaneous item Redemption fund with U. S. Treanurcr from U. S. Treasurer TOTAI $1,3M.20 20,125.21 (545,28 fit, 044.00 3,300.00 8,3.'i3.20 20,842.19 29,125,21 445.28 2,500.00 cah nnd due $440,387.48 Capital atock paid Surplu Fund.. LIABILITIES. in.. 11, 5110.50 :i,385.23 tin. Undivided Profit Less current expense. Intereit and taxes paid 50,000.00 40,000.00 8 145.27 50,000.00 1.002.88 far-awa- y Circulating note outstanding... Amount due to national bank Amount due to State bank, banker, and trut compnniea in the United State and foreign countries (other than included in Item 21 or 22) Certified check outstanding Total of Item 21, 22. 23, 24, and 25 Individual deposit. aubject to check Total of demand deposit (other than bank deposit) ubject to Reserve. Item 24, 27, ... 1,224.05 10.40 2,330,43 230,250,54 Certificate of depoit (other than for money borrowed) . Total of time depoit subject to Reserve, Item 32, 33, 31 and 35 2n. 20. 30. and 31 230,250.54 50,052.22 50,452.22 hunt-inork- TOTAL $440,387.48 State of Kentucky, County of Garrard, : I, l (I. Davidson, Cashier of the above named bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement Is true to the best of my knowledge nnd belief. I G. DAVIDSON, Caahler. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 20th. day of September, 1022. S. C. Denny, Notary Public. My commisaion expires Jan 8th, 1024. Correct Attest- :- V. F. Champ, .1. J. Walker, J. V. Sweenej-- , Director. REPORT OF THE CONDITION Of Th. NATIONAL BANK NO. 1493. OF LANCASTER. KENTUCKY", AT THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS ON SEPTEMBER 15th.. 1922. RESOURCES I I i and discount., including rediscounts, acceptance of other banks, a id foreign bills of exchange or draft sold wi'.h indorsement of thi bank (except those hown in b and c) $240,255.32 $240,255,32 Overdraft., secured, None; unsecured. $27.20 27.20 Deposited to secure circulation (U. S. bunds par value 50,000.00 All other United State Government securities (includng premiums, if nny) 40,555.12 Loan I j I Other bonds, stocks, securities, etc. Hanking House, $4,000.00; Furniture and fixtures, $1,000.00 lawful reserve with Federal Reserve Hunk Cash in vault and amount due from national bank Total of Item 0. 10. 11. 12, and 13 47,010.40 Miscellaneous cash item 527.58 Redemption fund with U. S. Treasurer and due from U. S. Treasurer TOTAI LIABILITIES. Capital stock paid in Surplus fund . Undivided Profit Less expense., interest and taxes paid 00,655.12 20,010.00 21,033.23 47,010.40 527.5s 2,500.00 $450,710.05 7,000.00 r . . $18,418.81 1,750.00 $50,000.00 50,000.00 14,847.82 giant-lookin- Circulating note outstanding . Amount due to national banks Certified checks outstanding Total of Item 21. 22, 23, 21, and 25 770,10 Individual deposit. subject to check Total of demand deposit (other than bank subject to Reserve. Items 24, 27, 28, 20, 30, anil 31 202,110.71 ... .. 50,000.00 021.14 140.35 202,1 10.7 t Saturday, Sept 30 AT I TOTAI $450,740.05 State of Kentucky, County of Garrard, ss: I, S. C. Denny, Cashier of the above-name- d bunk, do solemnly swear limit hi all.' that tho above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and I hadn't a thing to ay to thnt, nnd belief. s. C. DENNY, Cashier. I let her keep on loving next jear, Subscribed and sworn to before me this 20th. day of September. 1022. year little The tlfth and tin next - G. Davidson, Notary Public. riorvnre Keith met her fate. She'd My Commission expires Jan. 8, 1024. long. Correct Attest: G. H. Swinrbro.nl, Y. M Elliott. J. E. Stormes, Director. phijeil with the hoys' hearts - ONE O'CLOCK P. M. ofl'er for sale my home one mile from Lancaster, on new Danville pike. This is a new house built for a home. It has five rooms below with nice front porch and back porch, screened; three rooms above, unfinished, but with little expense you can have an eight room house. Dandy cistern at back door. Good garage, hen house and other outbuilding. Lot has 107 feet frontage and 700 feet deep. Also at same time will sell household and kitchen furniture, all practically new; one Ford touring car, in first class condition in every respect. A few tools and other things too numerous to mention. high time he got caught herYoung Miihlleton was the son if the hanker of Huston ever hear of him? Worth a few cool million, but nothing like whnt suine of those bank-e- r have got. Still, la wa n good e I'liteh. and the mid thing wa. really was cnuy over him, e with her shady And there was I mean her hook nml her shmly hook nook, nnd next thing that happened nil when Florence and Mhblletoii had had n little tiff. 1 wa walking along the creek, nnd who should I see but Mlddletou and KNIe, sitting side by side staring Into the pool. "I shall never love uguln," I heard ( ). "tine l;lle say In tier winkrui Ufa one love. Ah me! "TU U'tler to lure hired and lot than never to have hired at all.'" 1 turned and raced back. 'Tlorence. for the love of Mike get your hook Into him," I gaped. "Klsle Pavla la out for bnt tie." It was too late. Well, what could jou exict? They were eugnged by supper time, eloped that night, and the were married next morning in tnte line. It wn self. Report of tha condition of THE GARRARD BANK AND TRUST CO. RESOURCES 1'lor-elie- lll-l- Bank, doing butinatt at th town of Lancaster. County of Garrard, Stat of Kentucky at thr close of business on thr 15th. day of Sept., 1922. Loan and Discount Overdrafts, xcured and unsecured Stocks, Honda and other Securitlo Due from Hank Cash on hand . Check and other cah items Hanking House, Furniture and Fixture. ............. ......... .. ........... .......mmmmm.. .... $308,428.40 2,445.13 2,450.00 30,550.75 8.344,07 10.53 8.000.00 Total LIABILITIES Capital Stock pain in, in cash Surplu Fund Undivided Profits, less expense. and taxes paid Depoait subject to check Time Deposit . Certified Check $340,018.07 .............. ............ $74,103,57 $ it ... 50,000.00 20,000,00 817.40 213,412.77 54.00 TERMS EASY. W. B. Durham 74,240.57 Due Hank and Tru.t Companies 130.14 During ii tectum delivered befor the Royal aoclety In Loudon Sir Oliver Totul $340,018.07 gave a striking Illustration of the Incredible lulnuteiica of the atom. STATE OF KENTUCKY, COUNTY OF GARRARD, SS. The amount of gold In sen water, alWe, R. E. McROIIERTS and E. I. GADHERRY, President and Asst. though very small, aeeius rousldcrnhl when slated In utonis, for u alngU Cashier of the above Bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement is drop of aeu water contain .VMkM.UU ttue to the best of our knowledge and belief. of gold. That Mtipciidoua ii torn a R. K. McROIIERTS, President figure, hnweier, Indicate merely E. L. GADBERRY. A Ait. Cashier. grain In u tou of wn of a Subscribed and sworn to before me this 20th. day of September, 1022. water, and It would take 1U,UUO,000 My CommUsion Expire March 1. 1024. atoms to be visible under u mlcroscop G. M. Thompson, Notary Public. of tha hlfheat pownr. Sit of an Atom. one-fiftie- Tna Cantrai Racord. Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Sapt 28. 1922 f SPECIAL 3 ON - PRICE I I Old Hickory Wagons ON ACCOUNT OF LARGE STOCK WE ARE OFFERING OLD HICKORY WAGONS AT A SEE US BEFORE YOU BUY. SPECIAL PRICE. CONN BROS. method of getting the products of our farms to the tables of the actual consumers. Everybody expects thnt som day this problem will be frolv cd, but few people hope to live to see that day. A great avalanche of snow rushing down a steep mo tin tain side cannot be checked in its destructive course until it expends its force upon more even ground. The profiteering "interests, those human leeches who arc sweeping the country from en to end and from side to side are just as destructive in their relentless power, and will not be stayed until barred by death or prison doors. Find the man who can find the way, and we may hope for ultimate relief. Hut he must first be born am reared to man's estate. There's nc such animal now. Mcmarial The "beautiful linen of Hubert Hrownlng givrn below come to us with great comfort an we mourn the passing nway of "Granny Hognn." of Heaven; At first we think of street of gold, Of gates of pearl, and dnxtling lights. Of shining wing nnd robes of' white, And thing all strange to mortal sight. I Hut in the afterward of years. It is a more familiar place, A home unhurt by sight or tears, Where waiteth many n well knt,wnl face. With passing months, it comes more' near, , It grow more real, day by day: Not strange or cold, but very dear. The glad home land not far away. Where none are sick, or noor. or lone, The place where we ohall find nun i CONNKCTIONAL Life changeth all our thought SOAP CHEAPER THAN SOAP.Is.cheaper than dirt, for dirt is a forerunner of disease germs and disease germs usually cost us much in health and money. Wejhave many kinds but you must see the display In the front of our store. own. And we think of all we know Who there have met, to part no And So It Goes 31 v. (mii! Weekly-- . "Live and Let Lire Folks 31 IBB 111 The Central Record $1.50 a Year, PayabU in Advanca. out to hunt them generally dies an old man who failed to find J. E. ROBINSON, Editor. R. L. ELKIN. Local Editor and Mirx. Entered nt the Pot Office In Lan Mail caster, Ky., at Second-Cla- n Matter. ' THE AMERICAN PHE53 them. Honesty, thrift and persever ance will produce them in time, but an eternity of mere seeking will be of no avail. When you find a man whom dogs aqd cats instinctively avoid he is invariably a person you will do well to avoid yourself. Dogs and AVOC ATTON There will be a pie aupepr at the We never understand why pewple All persons having claims against Hea:!ey School House Friday night. h barrw trouble never want to cats understand UK. Sept. 20th., at 7 :S0. Everybody in. II .(',. King, deceased, will please tile pay it back. Rale, For Political Annouactmtnts. human nature about iut well as same at once, properly proven acHut, then, doctors must earn ited. Ve, the new generation Is a swift cording to law, with the under!gnisi 6.00 some of us mortals know it. tees in order to live, ami some For Precinct and City Office. executors or their attorney, Rubin-o- one The parent set the pace an I 10.00 They respond quickly to kind one must pay those fees. For County Office the kid k p. on ahead and KaurTman. For State and District Offices. 15.00 ness, and are extremely sensi If we are .neglectful of our V. T. King. Sr. Column .10 For Calls, per line The claws selves, we are at least good to W. T. King, Jr, Kxecuton.J .10 tive to brutality. . For Cards, per line I (U It It.) under the polished human sur the docs. For nil publications in the interIf you need money RATESi face are not easily concealed And so it goes. est of individuals or expreson your farm, JanuSingle insertions 1c a word sion of individual views, per from them. ary 1st, put In ap10 line Ko ad taken for less than 20c Made by LoUlnVllte Keep your eye on the dog, Joint Stock Is Obituaries, per line .05 plication NOW Hank, organized and oprrat tig in this column. No ads in this and you will soon get the num Is it to be another general under the provisions of the Federal column charged. ber of its master. from Farm Loan Act. In amount European war? Seven insertions for the f2.o00.do to $35,000.00 On n. 2? It looks like it. cub becomes un If a lion price of Ave. proved farm lands. Interest rate The Turk wants his eapitol ruly the mother lioness does (5 per cent. Phone orders must be paid Term 33 year Pai Sue Shelby Mason not mince matters. She ad- city back again, or he wants a promptly. on amortization plan. V Unmt Utart Agent and Abstractor commision to pay ministers prompt punishment fight. For full mfortiiat.on addrets i r Court House LANCASTER, by a swipe with one of her The allies don't want him to C tf DEMOCRATIC TICKET KY. paws. have the territory of which FOR SALK 30 oung Plymouth 'call on7t.) Toinlinson A Hays, FOR CONGRESS I.. C. (iulley. Hock hens Some people could take a they deprived him, and at the ) I10.V. RALPH GILBERT same time they dread another leaf from lion's book n Lucattr, If., Sett 28. 1922 Many of the ills afflicting hu manity are unnecessary and could be avoided. is Procrastination their greatest friend. When .we feel out of sorts, or olf our feet, it is a warning that our system is not functioning as nature intended it should. Right then is the time to ap ply corrective measures. Hut that is what most of us fail to do. We dally along, hoping that it will wear itself out, and in the end the doctor does the work that nature should do with but slight assistance from more, Our longing heart desire home. toa, With all the strife ami trouble o'er. Contributed by ENa .M. Ison. Iltv antsville, Ky. . Half Pound 6ake 10c McRoberts Dm; Store. In Memory In loving lemembrance of our dear father. .Mr. P. fi. (looch. who died Sept. 24th., 1021: One year ha come and gone iince Shoes! Shoes! Dissolution Notice we miw you, father dear, gone but women and Not. re Slightly worn for hereby given that not forgotten by wife and children. anil gtrl choo shoe at the old Warehouse Co mrorpor-atwl- . The golden gates Were open. llrummett stand, near the Garrard is being in accordance A gentle voice raid come, Tobacco Warehouse. with the law Any claims agaiatt And with farewell he left us. tW company thoutd be presentrtl tit "The Home of Many Shoes." He calmly entered home. A. J. Thompson, 1'rept. the undersigned at anre. .Mr. P G. Gooch and children. 7t. pl.l w. r. UIA.MP, SoereUry. I ihd-dren lved . 't (il-2- 8 Pie Supper I Notice. I ClassfJeJ Farm Loam Here It Again I Interest 5 r 1-- (H-2- 8 ,t'' We wouldn't be bothered so much with bad roads if we were more prompt in repairing them when they first begin to go to pieces. If you dip a saw into a pail of water and wipe it oir thoroughly afterward, no harm will be done. Hut if the dampness is allowed to remain a few hours the saw will be a mass of rust. Saws do not cost much, but we are careful to keep them free from rust. Kouds cost many thousands of dollars, and we allow them to become ruined from neglect. Can you supply a satifac-tor- y reason for such marvelous the with profit to themselves and to their children. Hut they don't, and the child pays for its mollycoddling long before it reaches maturity. The lioness knows, remem bers, and acts. Many humans know, forget, and later repent. And still, we wouldn't care to be a beast, though their intelligence does at times appear to be superior to ours. .Mr. (lt-pd.- inconsistency? Make home attractive for the children and they will not hunger for the attractions of the street. Children are not interested in market quotations, or political discussions, or the latest morsel of scandal. They require diversions suitable to their aire, and when these diversions are not to be had in the home their minds naturally turn to where they are to be found. Parents who understand this have little difficulty in control-injtheir children and making them a credit to the Hoover has talked much of preventing profiteering in coal this winter. The people listened, and wondered if he really meant what he said. Now it is up to Mr. Hoover bang up against him. If he climbs up into the skies, gets a firm grip upon coal prices, and jerks them back to It All Depends earth again, we will believe that he is a man of truth. When you form an opinion, Hut if he doos not well, he how long does it last? That won't be the first man who has depends upon the thoroughness bluffed his way through a sea with which you have analyzed world conflagration. if it comes to a finish fight, Turkey can reasonably expect aid from Ilussia, and in such an event thu allies would be facing a hostile army of five or six millions trained and seasoned veterans, hungry for slaughter and plunder. And none of this vast horde have any particular regard for the human side of modern warfare. a r ra n ge m e n ts Te m io ra ry may suspend hostilities for a time, but in the end only resort to arms can effect a final and lasting adjustment of the European and far eastern situations. Seldom does a smoldering fire fail to break out fresh and consume the fuel at hand. FOR SALE: Silvertjme V.ctrota and Hecords. Good as new. 8 .'t. d.) Jew Walker (9-2- FOR SALK or trade for touring Ford truck. with starter, good one-to- n Kd Daugherty i'J 21 2t) FOR SALK: Liberty 5 passenger touring car. in A-- l condition, and new tire. Call this of('.I II 3t ) fice. newly-painte- LOST: lletween Lancaster and Lexington Saturday, a tire carrier, with tire and tail light attached alReward. so licenm1 tag No. Ill.V.ifi. Notify Record Otflce. On good as new, FOR SALK; Hand Vacuum Floor Cleaner; two Swinging, Coal Oil Lamps; three Klectrie Light Fixtu.e. For infor (tf.) mation call at Record olf ice. Twenty-thre- e to ncros of cowpea e hog down, line also wheat Irill to drill in corn, III., if taken at once. I. II. liraiiley, Danville, Ky (i) 21- - :it.) one-hom- " Let me clean, rcs anil reline your garment. ami keep them new. Just) received 20 piece punt pattern and Call and let me sell! some suittings. you your fall and winter suit. Ml.) profiteering your subject. Hasty impressions only last The people are looking your until the truth becomes known, way, Mr. Hoover. and the truth is only to be deWill you make good, or have termined by first uncovering you been making a bluff? the facts in the case. Dig into thu fountain of knowledge, as well as into the No Such Animal soil. You will learn more and Periodically some one starts make fewer mistakes. out to investigate marketing conditions with a view to applying corrective measures. Herring School And just as periodically that Pie Supper There are' IoJh of soft snnps same some one is sidetracked 7 in this world; but they seldom or choked oir by the profiteer- Saturday, September 30th., at P. M. to buy drinking fountain and other look-in- g ing "interests" come to puqplc who 'are involved. supplier. Kverybody come und bring Everybody knows that we some body else. Let's have a good for them. K. W, Reeves, teacher. The young man who starts are sorely in need of u better time. and filth. C of political W. C. Ilavi. IS YOURS A NODEL KITCHEN? Can you truthfully say that you do not have to take a lot of needless steps every time you prepare a meal? Can you sift Hour four times as fast as other women? Is your work-tahl- e adjusted to your height? If not, you need a Strayed: -- To my place about Sept. 17th., yearling heifer, weight about 100 pounds. Owner ran have same by proving property and paying all W. II. Saddler, charges. Paint Lick, Ky. (II Strayed or stolen from Henry Tut tie' barn, Suturday night, September Hind foot ICth., it bay mare. scarred by barbed wire, mudluni llesh. Reward. Notify Henry Tultle, Ky., Route No. 3. Lan-caste- r, house, FOR SALK: Five room two porche. cNtern In back porch, two acres land In connection on Ham. ilton avenue. Also mall stock of merchandise at Lackey's old stand. Will aell or trade cither or both to Win. Casey, a farm. (ti 21 2t. pd.) The HOOSIER is America's greatest kitchen convenience. It will save you miles of steps each day, and will enable you to get out of your kitchen in hulf the usual time. Investigate thu many exclus-iv- e HOOSIER improvements. HASELDEN BROS. LANCASTER'S BIGGEST STORE. The Central Record, Lancaster Ky. Thursday, Sept 28. 922. 1 uttmmmmmmmmmmmm&mmxmmtmi Mr. F. It. Marksbury wm n in lliutonville Wrdnriday. viitor I). Oldham Mm. W. and littlr dalUfhter, of ilichmond, are vultlnc her mother, Mm. C. A, Arnold. .Mco.r. W. It. Cook, Jiff l.cotvr. Ike Dunn and Fisher (tuinei, of Danville, were In Lancaster Mond on NewFallSults in Stock 0.ir stock is bulnc. tl....l!t- - Fall Stocks of Womens Wearing Apparel brimming over with the latest style creations. We invite your early inspection. ttlfur ' Mm. Paul Itoyd and children, of Leitchfield. have Joined her hubani a viit at Mm. Mary Logan'., in In the lilt of the 3taen ticket, already reerved for the Arti! Concert of thin eon, tn Lexington. i! the name of Mm. Mae Hughe No-- 1 land, of this citv. complete 'i ii wth new Fall Suit for Men ami Yonnt .Men, made by Mr. Ethel Flaugher and I Prices Low. Values Big. ' ence, returnetl to St. I.oui lat Fri-laafter spending a week w.th her' mother, Mr. Flaugher and daughter,! Mim Iva Lee Smith. Mr. nnd Mm. Ilrynn Wilmot inter tinned the following gue.t Sunday dinner. Mr. and .Mr, (iowenl llournr and children, of Danville, and. Mr and Mm. John Kdd Laytor.. ?on C.ar-- j HART SCHAFFNER & MARX and other fine make?. jlfor SUITS, COATS, DRESSES. 5$ Prices $20. to $45. Make your selection now while the stock is fresh and yon can find SHOES to $15 values, $6.95 to 7.95 .$7.50 to .$10.00 values at ..$4.95 to $5.95 $0 to .$7.50 values, at $3.95 to $4.95 $1 0 at special price values that will .surprise you, considering the quality of merchandise we are offering MILLINERY Mr. J. A. Anion and on, W...ie Itice and Colli, were riitor of Mr. and Mr. II. V. Ilantin. in Frankfort. Mi Sunday night and Maritee Lear, teacher of Versatile, wan al their guent. Mr. Monl. I Come now, while we have your size and take advantage Our Millinery department is of these wonderful values. brimming over with beautiful creations in Women's head-wea- r. See them early so as to HOSIERY AND have a better selection. UNDERWEAR WOOLENS AND SILKS In all the newest weaves and and Mm. Hoy Schoolvr nine moved to Ilrrea, Ky., where Mr Schooler will bo more eentrally to canvn. hi territory for hr (iarrard Milling Company. We re gret to give up thin iplendid fam 1; Mr. (iisirge Lavvson, who hn been pending the ummer at Three .ikt, Wi , returned to Lancaster Sunday, Mr. Snllie l!o Uiwuon will .".ake a vuit to frienil in llllnoi.. Terra Haute, Ind., before her return h..Te 1 your .'ize in the pattern ou want. - I JAS. W. SMITH HOUSE OF QUALITY LANCASTER, KY. he soon for Bos'on, Mas.., where will take a special course in the School of Technology. The house was decorated in a profusion of fall (lower. The table wa artistically decorateil in yellow anil red llower. A delicious four course menu was served. Cover were laid for Mr. It. L. Elkin, Mr. Clay Sutton, Itev. E. II. Hourland. Dr. ft. C. Itose, of Hryantsville, Mr. Henry Moore, Mr. Itoss Ilastin ami Mr. C. A. Abbott. Music was one of the delightful feature of the evening. It was one of the lovliest social functions of the season. v colors at attractive prices. The One Price Store stocks are complete with desirable merchandise at the price that will please you. . Mr. and Mm. l're.cott llrown and little on, who have been reident here for three year., left thi week for Stanford, where they will .nake regret their home. Many friend the departure of this moit excellent couple. Mr Jnme. Uucker, of the Fayette National Hank, of Lexington, wan in the city lat Sunday, the gueit of hi tter, Mm. ti M. Treadway and Judge Treadway. Jim hu. many warm friend in Lancaster, who are fclway glail to oe him. Mm. D. Culley entertained W. J. iieday with a delightful dinner at her home on Itichniond street. The eV W V 1eeW ees ntS IrW efe w fc (Pef tabic had fall tlowem for a centerpiece ami a deliciou course menu Mow I.ti a AnJemon Irft Monday Mm. Sarah II. (tucker and daugh- win served. The alra!r proved a mot for Kirhmon I, where he will enter ter, Mm Chattine, are visiting her enjoyable one. son, Mr. O. C Uucker, in Waco. lhi Eastern State Normal School Tom Aldridge, an old Lancaster Mm. W. A. Price' Sunday School boy, but now a resident of (lary, Mm. Ike Dun and children, of Lexington, were gucts Sunday of her cla. will give an exchange Saturday, Indiana, i visiting relative n the Sept. .10th., at lia.el.lrn Hros. Hard- county. Tom hits n lucrative railparents, .Mr and Mm D. (iullcy. A RrUr Null tM Cwlnji mm! ware store. road portion anil is just as proper-ou- i Goings by TKm Vl An sMcnslc4 In. Mm. I I. Simpson, of Lexington, a he looks. He made this office Mm. C. It. Henry and children, of ha heen vi.itinir hor daughter. Mm. Kirksvillc, spent lat week with her a plea.ant call and renewed his Ediriam I. Drown nnd Mr llrown. to the liecord to I'.rj.. sister, Mm. Will Clark, on the LexMr. W It. Conk, of Danville, wa Mr. and Mm. Milton Ward and ington pike. in I.ancaiter Tuesday Mr. John It. Ilradshaw, of Decatur, Mr. Tom Ward were- visitor Thum-da- y Mm. Win. Lear and daughter, Mm. Llll., wn in Lancaster lat Monday, spend.Mr. J. K. Elmore ha been of -- Mr. nnd Mm. W. (L Clark. Itos llastin and littlo daughter, Wil- upending a few hours with hi father, few day in Adair county. ing; lie .Miotic, were in Danville, Wednes- Mr. T. W. Hradshaw, on Itichniond Mr. J. A. Anion and sons, Willie street. Mr. Ilradshaw ha nen to Mary Mac Walker, of Paint Itice and Colli, were guest of Mr. day afternoon. Mi the top of the real estate business in I visiting Mr. J. E. Elmore. I.ula Johnson, in Versatile, Sunday. Lick, Mr. Curnin Johnson, Mr.. Johnon, hi adopted tate ami i alio one of Myrn and Johnson, of the foremost land auctioneer in the Mr. J. (. Ituckor. of Lexington, Mm. John W. Milter hat returned Mie with his mother, fur the week- from a viit to her daughter. Mm. It. Hanvillo, III., were with Mi Jennie Wet. wai Lackey Saturday. K. Hughe and Mr. Hughe, in Louisend. Mr. and Mr. Allen Itankin enter-Ulin- il ville. Mm. WaUh, of Ludlow, is the at their home Thursday for Mr. W. II. Ilurton anil Mm. John guest of her daughter, Mm. Harry dinner, Itev. and .Mm. Dean and fam Scott have been rocsnt v4itorn in Mm. II. C. Sutton, .Mr. Urni Tomliiisou and Mr. Tomllnson, on ily. Mr. L. P. Weaver, Mm. It. (!. Ilerca. Mr. and Mm. (J It. Swine-hroa- d ilratton, Mm. Mcllintli, Mr, l.imlty were vititor in Danville Sat- Itichniond street. .Mr. Luther IVjtt and little son, ChrisMim Carrie Wood, of Cincinnati, Itankin and little daughter, Cov- - urday in Id Me, arc visiting .Mm. John ha lieen the guest of her brother, tine, Mrs. Owen Itankin, "gtoll. Mi Litaic lloatte), of California, Mr. Jnme Wood and Mr. Wood, SjKumumore and family and Mr. Is the guost of Mm. Eufcriam P. John Ilratton. Mr. Lout Landram, Mr. ami Mm. llrown nnd Mr. llrown, un Stanford un Itichniond road. I lay Sutton were visitors In StanTile-- ' Mr. W. II. Ilurton was street. Mr. - N. Miller and littlo daugh-teford Tuesday. Anna Wagem, are in Iticbmottd day afternoon at her homo on M.iple Mr. W. I. Dnvts km returned from avenue at a mint delightful bri.li;. MIm Eliza Ison, of Hryatitsvlllc, .event week visit to hi daughter, for a visit to her parent, Mr. and party. Qtiatititu- - of fall Mowers hni been the guest of her sister, Mm. Mm. W. T. Mnlono, of Campbells, Mr. L T. Wilson. made a beautiful setting for the Will Dickenson. ville, Ky. Mr. and Mm. War Meltoboru. of game. , deliciou course ut s.r.i . . .Mr ticorgc Harris, of Atlanta, (In., Atlanta, (lit., are guest of kW wa served, with all the thin tllat' Ml. Martha Cilt joined her sister, Mr. and Mm. It. E. Mcltolwrts, go to make a salad course. ' spending a few day with 'his moth, .Mil. Helen (till and MUit Joan Mount About cr, Mm Kntherinc Harris. on Danville avenue. twelve guest enjoyed enjoyed Mm. in Cincinnati and th.y left for several Ilurton' charming hospitality. Mr. Ahby Warren, of Stanford, week visit III Now Vork. Mr. W. ltox Ilatin win in Loui-vill- e the dinner guest Sunday of hi Mr. (leorge Swinebroad, Jr. of! week where he purchased u.i thi The many friend of Mis Judith aunt, Mis Jennie Duncan. a holler ami other equipment for Iti- - Lancaster, former Centre College iJanie Daniel are triad to hear that student ,hn acrepled a position of, tin llrtir. Light Plant. Mm. W. Simpson Elkui ami Mr. ho i delighted with her work in the salesman with Iluriu tt and Mahan It, L. Kllsln were in Danville Satur School for the Deaf at Staunton, Mr. ad Mm. Pat Sutton. Mm. M. Company, local Dodge Brother agts , Virginia. E. Kay, and Mr. and Mm. Ilryan 'ay for the foot ball name. and will take up his new duties Mon-- ; pcnl Tucftday with Mr. and day. He is one of the popuMr. O. J. Ilendreii, of Danville. lar young men that ever attended Kit few Mm. J. E. Storme and Mm. Harry school here and for tile llu.Uon were in Harrodtburg Satur- months ha. been engaged in business day where they attended a board at bincaster where he has been the mooting of the Presbyterian church. successful representative of Dunn Brother of this city. Mr. Swine-broa- d will find a warm welcome here Elixabetli Mi Eaton, of Point Wishes In iiniiuuui'o thoy tiro renily wit!) all I.eavel arrived home Sunday after a and his many friends will be dv Ave monlh'n vinit in Somemet. Mr. lighted to learn that lie will engage latest stylos in FALL HATS, Iter in busines in this community. Dan Cash Putuphrcy nccomiKinied Hosiery and Sweaters in all shades for Ladies, Misses ville Messenger. home. e7 House of Quality. and work may be seen on display boards, which shows how the student are improving educationally. Promptly at the noon hour dinner will be served on the ground, furnished by the "ever ready" patrons. All afternoon will be taken up with games, inspection, nnd judging of various products, canning, preserving baking and various other things. If you do you Are you coming? surely will get n good dinner and we shall have played together and worked tome too. If you can't sidetract trouble, step over it. ' TT tf tfl Gay Goff hat-urda- y. Gossip About People Vvv Harmony MI. Stl.ii. f'.uv .'in. I Mr .lnhn ftntT Yes, managing a vifc4j easy, were murrlvd In Lancaster last yon get one. After spending Saturday night at the home of Mr. and Mm. Borrowing1 money I easy when you Aaron Simpson, they went to their uncl'- " own home Sundav. aeeoinoanied bvl"'l Mr. and Mrs. Simpson and daughter, i es, they call them airships, but M s Christine, Mr. aud Mrs. Frank it takes ga to make them fly. Mr nn.l Mr. ...... .ili.irl.. V , ' Mntlt.ln . .w , Mis Etta Hill and Mr. Ilussell Adam was the name of the first man, but a to the last one we don't care If money i so plentiful, why don't we get ours? '' , 1 Hot-to- n. Community Fair fte-org- l.an-dra- rkitit Lick The students of Harmun's i School are hustling tunv for their e mui wu- ia ii i.ii null i l. ..l:...... .1... .1...- 1..... school fair that is to take place i n-- 1 f ,upl,y .,,,,1 demand regulate day, Sept. 'JUth. There will be many i ,,rjCes. just try to buy a drop of prizes given to the pupil who excolllj,,,,,.),. in relay race, juiupir.i cntr-itsack When n fellow die and leaves a race nnd many .'her stu'it- - put i .! tri j'.' of debts behind him, with no mon- Class work v. unit nu.' throug'i ey to pay them, they might aptly be the morning uur r obsirv.i'.on eniied a i ia l loss. 1 Never complain about the weather. Other people object to having you steal their thunder. ' r, ht WEAB-U-WE- LL wr-cut- s, SHOES At Factory Prices Mens tfood work Shoes Mens best grade work shoes Mens supreme quality dress shoes Mens rubber boots Ladles slippers Save the Mlddlemans Profit Wit-mo- t, nnt $1.98 $3.98 $3.98 The Francis Shoppy tht .... $2.98 $1,98 and Children. REbbA A. FRANCIS, Prop. Dr. and Mm. J. A. Anion were host MIm Jane Doty, who hat been pending two week in ,Martinvl,IIe, at their home on Richmond street at In.!., and a few day viit to Mm. a beautiful dinner party Thursday John llrown, in Louitville, returned evening in compliment to their son, Mr. Willie Itice Anion, who leaves home Monday. Sanders Variety Store The Red Front LANCASTER, KY. t Tho Central Record. Lancattat, Ky. .Thursday, Sept 28 1922 Garrard National Farm Loan Federal Farm Loans. RATE OF INTEREST 5 CENT. km PER I Bletheroa't Romance Br CLARA DELAFIELD Childbirth Val-ab- le I IHuitralcJ Book Sent Fro ur.rMrr I'm a ...r'bt. 1IIJ. w,iin Htarir louiandf .r mi tr ili ilnialo mrtho.1 nf n tminvnt ttirtu'un. aoiMfcM i j mifi.narrmt ia mnr taonta. , ikI v ta lh Itow For information see G. B. SWINEBROAD, Secy-Tre- a. "Ti'll that to the l.ooteiintit.N nald the cop, n ti took old lllethcroe Into I tlll Stlltloll llOUsC. "INltfllllllt. t fclllllll limn Itm.TltiB In Wlllett Motion Itlilo tun ililo mornliie. with apparent j lli..r lui arrlird. If foil ipUlnil .n tM rmsrVM "Jl.tl.r7h.-Kl Intent." . I How nlNint It? Take his edlgrce. sergeant! Now, w tint lin. you col in riw. -- lUbr " Tr.''i sImi h.il lit Jj Ufair n.l after bilr rmr. trt,lill ftte snil tilth, Ur lute, tf . sWut "Jlchfr'. I'tirti W uw4 tif lhir ifnfrttwni ( molkirf. tnJ M li ail :x.ATr,.'n- - I."'."!? miu an I th ffl 2 V. I tlnir ami to the post trear-urThe new stand director of the Weekly ha mappeil out n plan for placing the t.eirlon' matfaiinr on the news stamU which hat features no I'mler other tiiitftntlfif can ufTer. thi plan pot trraurie nnd poit memlierahip can work u a sternly ln come Write the newt tand direcHe'll tell you tor nt the Weekly. more about mnkitiK money pocket litlKle The duration nf tin WorM vi.n four ycnr. three month ami 1' Tin1 Whtn World Wn at War. i t 1" ! Ee Cott of College Edjcatlon. nternei mliesc tii'l.'iii '")" annually for cdunilbn, ..,tu1J li Cl Ml 8U t ! Ufa at The well Hum Willi u II il I dee It o.le li hilt we ime Iiiik to 1 er) I limn with little li.ii'ktxiiie iiLlllo Courler-.Iounii- war Britlah Qolf Old Fixture. The llrltUh eeii L'olf lininiliii5tilp ha lieen u fixture of the empire lnce lSttU. exivpt diirlin: I' - llH to IIMJ htIim1. Ever Think of That? CI. Hired mini I u wonder. He cul down a forest to hiilld n city nnd then plant tree to tiuike n imrk.- - Atlatita CtMitltutlin. Something Lll:e Hoyal Oar; When the tine of S'tuo ' .it ' In hl full eomiilenieiiT i.mI and l wenrlnc nil lit t..te thin their rnlue m.i.'Unt- - to thine like - el .1..iiii W. O'RIGNEY W. 0. RIONEV & CO. Office Phone 18. Funeral Dircctort and Embalmers Lancaster, Explains Cloth's Durability. The extraordinary ilurubilit of he uncieut ll.'jpllnn mummy il. t'i i t wa to ' due tn ti e fm i Hi flnllied with n exet.-di''In tited front the Afriinf e Japanese Term -- Sn&BJ.i." . tf in .or ceneml, or iiiniui... r m chief. I'or Mrternl ientune u.. i.... in .i exerrtud the "el ,... er .u .In I ull, tlliill.'ll iouiltMlll n. to tin' elll. Mrnr. Ibi.M'wr. in I T iut t.tii retored the xiHer f liie eia. IT olid the title of shifxuii wo nl.ul l.ii tho folbmlnu enr. "Shosutr lt Is h Jup Un-.- -- r- Must Beware of Backward Step. Dante tell Us that the realm which Ilea Just below the truta of honet lie t duttry and toll the realm of occupied by the hllliiuli wreckage ot the tacrunt and the criiilnnl, Modern chllUntlon wnu d hreiik down completely If men were to ntrrn to the ntilmal ent of treui lnrj ;,n.l Ijlua. Jaine A. II. Alkeiis, 1 de-ui- ttt there. JnrpMio, yiu Hard to Enpum. Hi(.t n)l W(i ,,.,.,,UllIll. tr, nwllrtri ,,,. , p aii liujulrtr who write u feminine (, ,,, ri1Mll n ,ne, hand wl.he M know li) wii ri,k mio10r , , cHU marry for a homo and " "ny NoWj i,.f.i.r,M,i 1K from It. It wn an extraordinary atnry Hlclhe. , I If tnt.l Ik. ......I Thinking and peaking. before. -n. n.I.I CkIi ' .H.W when ho wit n yoiitiB cleric In n ship- . I..'. i H.'M MrollH .Imvn to the you's'glt.eter lose ,..l, iun.."-Vn- .h'Pi"; n "r I!,nr," ,,l"fk, ngton Star . l li. l' on our. ll.Tlintill." I'm. . wn hi to tnke pnu(i Italy'! City of Flowers. Klorr-i- v, Italy, I known a the city dominant Men, utul he'd saved up three hunilnnl dollars. nf linger. Here the fm mi orrl ure prmliiu'd from ! Hut then there wa a Ctrl lit wit root of the hirT purple Irl or tlutf. getting fond of, nnd lit didn't know lint to do. Hi had a shrewd an, which Bron exti'iilel throiichout nn thiit whnt he wanted I plclon the ure nndmi: iUtrt t apartment with gulden oak furniture. Big and Llttl;. So he win troubled. the lurizeit antuul that eier trod lie wit rldlne home one day on a lha earth hii pnsed, hut the' unallfit ntr when there wn n disturbance. A I still very much allte nnd flnurlah-Ids- . passenger had cone raving tnnd. Ill uy the May .Mentor mncntlne. wrist were covered wllh little scnr. Hie larsest wa the ltrafhlo.iuru, nnd he wn Jabbing a strange sort of a dlnoiHur, which In prehistoric timet needle iiIhiiH. (tool 411 feet hltll find trnlleil u bo-lVour turn t he nnd kIhIiImi! 100 feet lone The mii!let itnlmal i l,.i.r,M, in the arm . n mem' U tie I'leurouionu It wn only u puncture. The man ber of the l'rotozou tniuil, ten of wa thrown off, hut the hypodermic which placed end to end tutild he eemed to have made nnolher man of contained ou the stirfiio of n hair. nietheroe. He stopei the car and Hie rieuromuiui live, m uuler. wn'ketl for shei-- r exuberance. He had n fod to stny on with Jenkln when llomnnce beckoned, i lie saw nn attractive elrl In the ' street nntl knew nt once that she wn W. B. DICKERS0N for him. "My inline' lie stopped her. j llletheroe,' he nld. Tin tut II tie for Cuba In the ninrnlnc. Will you marry ' me tonleht)" (that wn before the duy of license laws) "nnd come with me. We can find n minister eny." She stared nt him In terror. "It' , like nn answer from lienien." she rc- -I piled. "How did joti knowl- -i "Know whnt?'' nked llletheroe. Residence Phone 3S. ' 'Thnt I'm cettlne married tnntsht. agent. for the new. stand nnd that I hate hltn. We iiuarrelleil sate of 'he Weekly a certain per- training station at l'enarota. only thl mornlnc, and he awnre he centage of the total sale w ;1 go to wouldn't nipenr." ccord.ng to a report "I tell you what." said Uletheroe. the Legionnaire doing the disir bu "I'll come home with joti. nnd If he ioen't nppenr. marry me Instend." "You're the tmncet id II I ever met" whispered the clrl. "Aciiimlntnnce conies nfter mar s.sii'i,r.s axu styi.k rinse, my dear," said Itletheroe. They cot on n enr asnln nnd rode, hook t)F yw.S'A maiii: ci.otiiim;. rode uptown Into a block of house Seat on Ittqucst Of that nil hHikcd exactly nllke. Wear Tailor Matle Clothe. Ther course there were no apartment cost no more than "rtajy mail." house up there then, but here wen Savr th mlddUman's profit and these row of little houe Mrctchine ret an KXTItA J'Allt OK' I 'A NTS kveiiv suit. riti:: with mraaure taken la your away and nwny. Ilai your They toppcd at one nml went In own home, ttlect your own stylo and let our experts, tailor your An old man mid a minister were In you. suit to suit the parlor. net our smpl4 took and tee what wonderful alura we offer. Write "Where's Jack?" nsked the clrl You may force! tie a card today. "t.nte, dnni him!" said the old man It tomorrow. "I Into thl ceiitleinan. and If Jack doen t nppear I m cInc to marry him Instead. I'll cle Jack ten minute more." "If nil one to me. You nlwnys j wn u lii'iidstronc Cill." Mild the old I man. Ten minute pavsed, and. n there I wn no Jack, Itletherne nnd the clrl majuczt trr He stood Up before the minister LOTJiaTZXAE, XT. went slow. In case Jack enme before I'lrate Mention This " the crlsl of the service, but no Jink. And they depnrted man ami wife, and j As of heirs of Ih'iiriottn I'tMidlcton, tlfci-asi'dwnlked nnd walked, happy iim lark "' ""f"- - " .. S- - I "I I "You rati "If n hng 3 story. ou set-- mumbled Itlfi " ,(k, ,,,., ,,,,,.. ....rlljr1 -tV ,." "" tm, er ... to?''"1" I nit ne 1 hlei, Jiu-ulun- bi-e- I n. nrles from government neenrie were hiM.i!r J. mm tiiintt it utun. - l K,r,r Ma.Hn-- Jllnri.. ril paed nt a recent mcctinc of (5eote far Imik ll pulU.1 m Ihrmitfh Mis Virginia Ita) was the curst Aw Washington post of the ibr, la Brtfcin.M Hncul.tar I'u.. IIA-lum G. -- Mifttur's I'tltnT U --M at all l.rtrlnn nt Washineton, I).American lust week of Mr. C I! Naylor. (. The 0 t tfrm. Mrir. I. I. Matthew spent MonMcROBERTS DRUG STORE l.ieion post named thirteen women, day with .Mr. Wm. .Simpson. nmone them Mr. Caroline ltnrdinr Mr. Sim Itay was the curst Wed Votaw, I'rrsidrnt llardini' sister. The Legion nserta Mr. Votaw 'a hus- nosday of Mr. J. W. Palley. M. Adams and daughter are Prospective benedicts of the Ameri. band holds the job of superintendent Mrs W. of prisons which pays $ 1,000 year vlsiiini: friend, in l.exineton. can l.ceion who plan tn marry dur while she draws to.OOO us head of Mr Tom I'ollard pent Wedne-daing the national convention of the the industrial service section of the with .Mr. and .Mrs, Austin lllark. men' orennitation in New l.eeioti-nnire- s llurcau. The Orleans, October Ki to --'Otli., will Veterans Mr. Macule Trace) wa the ituest hold that one Job in a family have the way pnveil for them by a last week of Mr nnd Mrs. Jumr is cnoueh anil that the women' place Clark. member of the convention committer. should be tilled by former service Announccmet has been made thnt Mr and Mr. Ktthcrt Yater were men. Theodore A. Silvera, chairman of cuests Sunday f Mr. nnd Mrs. Juhn the convention historical record comYater. More than '.','.'00 sailor and 110 mittee, will marry .Mis Helen llauley Mr. Have CuniRs and dauehter, Smith, also of New Orleans, In the officer of the United State Navy were the week-enguest of Mrs. presence of his l.eeion buddies as will come to New Orleans ilurlne the W. Smith. American I.ceion national convention sembled in convention hall. Mr. and Mrs. OHIc Ijine ami on A chaldin from one of the t'mtedl October U5 to 20th.. n the result of " m','nt "r,,,'r nm'' h' Asitant Sec-t- were cuesL Sunday f Mr. and Ml. .State warship which are to be sent Jnmr Foster. f the Navy Itoosevelu New Orleans for the convention I r,'f"r j Master Thomas The naval men will come with a l.etrkrr N'nylnr will be asked to perform the Kichteen (lower irirls are be Meet of one cruiser and six destroy- - spent .Monday Hicht wiUi kei Mr. Nannie l!ay. mi. trii.ne.l ami n .leliiehmenl nf h..v '"' ordered to New Orleans for the convention. The cruUer, llirminc scout will net as ushers. Me Virmniu Itay wa Die cues'. U'Wp of Hear Admiral V. C. Monday of hn re- - hm Convention hendipinrtcr her sister, Mrs Much Simp, wh" Command the fleet. son, of the rtiouln.... in re. reive.l n number of .Slanfwrd roaii ntrmal imita of 1.000 men ami j " card to the holdinr: of marriace dur-- " Mr and Mrs. KeUx and Mr. in., ih.. ...... m ,.,.m..ri.. .t,i.f, Kv- - " atflccr. The six destroyers that. Mr. Speed lUnce motoresi t "'company the llirmincham will " I...en nn.vi ,.r..,l wih .he .ii.,n,..nt of UOli men and five of. Vanillic Sunday for the 4ay that all facilities will be nrovi.led t - titrT" Mr and Mr Newt tJrow, Mr. and Twenty I.ceionassist the lovers ordered to lly to the Mrs. Itnitey Itay were Frtslay nair.s were marne.1 at the l.ecion convention m Kansas City Inst year, convention from IVn.aee.lu. Ft., will of Mr and Mr. Ibiymimd llurchell. 'Deludes issme f the largest model tn Missis tTnr wint span men. Horence Kthel .ihd Jeneva line nnd The American l.ecion Weekly 1W evisietice. .Stone rfe cu4a .SntunUy ure 100 feet. All nlnne will be just inaugurated n plan for distriliu Mrs. i n':b, "74 "f Mr rew e.ittiipel with twin Ubcrty tion of the Weekly which will tinanri seti'v uri allv benefit I.eirion men and at Se Arrnnceinent have I B made fi.r j ame time make the balance of the The les 4u expect the wore pten- nt the convention of Hv actinc a local d,s- - th 'u '! oil get ;l uf nav.l i lr.but.nc -, fwr. rur f"r,.. fuur miuiii Wf.luliun. "' i V'S-Ti- r .i. C ft - ''V tuvernment of women l whose lUMtinnds nlio lire iiruwinK wnl the employ the New Jeraey American State Senator Joeph V, Wallworth, of Camden will introdure a bill In the legislature to have the people vote on what shall he done with the unexpected balance of $(100,000 left lifter paying the state honu. The introduction of the hill h contingent on (iov. KdwnnU I. KdMartl cnlliiiK n special srsalon of the legislature. The (.eifion seek the apcruil nafemh. ly in order that the fund may be u eil to build one or more hospital for the rare of sick and disabled world ar veteran. JUJ)S0N I t. American Legion News y d o rere-mon- crund-mothe- 1 '' h"'' liar W HvrPne cts '"'" a SJ' PPnc.. '"" w,,hhl Kentucky. rcctc I I'ossihly .1 nnser bae ' d e be- lause he ktiowi therr ., i... mney in by i,ravcn nnd fear to U..k f r t m bell I 11 fri:i: taiiih i flklltSlIt OF i wtn l'ir GARRARD As't't COUNTY FARM , I will on tnselher. Suddenly the clrl stopped, "I forgot ' my sultcne!" she cried. "Yimi don't wsint It, darllne." "I do, I tell oii. It' cot my thin: In It. I low can I sail for wherever- It I without themr be lone, darling." said Uletheroe. The clrl started off nt n run, and waited and waited. tine Then' hour went by two hours. Uletheroe went back anil beenn to search for the house. Hut they weroi all the same. "You never found hcri" inked tho doctor, who had come In. "They wouldn't let lu-- out iiL'aln, .She there, Mildew here and I've been looklne for her my wife thcM forty ' I 1 Open BY OPENING the Door to Saturday, September 30th, PROMPTLY AT TEN O'CLOCK on the promises sell to the highest and best bidder the following described real estate situated in Garrard County, Ky six miles from Lancaster on the "In't ' Success A SAVINGS ACCOUNT WITH US. i t r c v i. pulse nnd Tint doctor felt hi whispered to the lieutenant. "It's llellevue he wants, not the . I It When he f,. .' ., .... ,,IJ ,l I Mil, . IHC "I'llll I1IHI lllll It's morphine (Hilsonlne: loiik nt Id liuiti-imtit- )ear " wrists!" Japaness Mushroom Culturt. ) 4 PER CENT PAID ON TIME AND SAVINGS DEPOSITS. The Garrard Bank & Trust Go WE SELL TRAVELLERS CHEQUES PAYABLE IN ALL PARTS OF THE WORLD. PI I luring u visit paid by tho prince of Wale to the ieople of Japan, ho maiil fested keen Intetest In their llliitle methods of luushriHiiu culture. Trees of liucc growth, which have, adorned the forest for many decude, are cut down uud ullowed to lie for u )eur or two. Largo IioIcm lire; then hured into the tree trunks, utid spawn Inserted therein. I'mler Mirh Vsi"JtJun they prixlut-cnp, and pructlcnlly it coiilliiuuii crow with a "mushroom growth " Tu itti)iNiu lamlllur with Hie somewhat crude method) of producing uhrom lis tiiuiu'l uud other dark reteases, idoiiteU lu our unit couulry, j thl system will readily kiii;get a btt-- ' let method of cultMle. e Poor KidKe pike, near Seott's Fork. This farm contains alioiit T.'t' j acres, anil will he sold lirst, anil then as whole, and the hid or bills realijni; the most money will In accepted. I'osession will he jriven .January 1st., l'.lli.l, with seediiiK privileges this fall. ACRES on which is situated the TRACT NO. 1 CONTAINING 35 dwelling house, two barns, corn crib and all necessary otithiiildini's. TRACT NO. 2 CONTAINING 29.39 ACRES m which is situated a ;i room tenant house ami small barn, adjoining; tract So. I. ACRES. TRACT NO. 3 CONTAINING on January 1st., V.)'2'., and the balance in one and TERMS: Onedialf cash two years from January 1st., I!l!:i, with interest at the rate of (i per cent from January 1st., said deferred payments to be evidenced by notes, secured bv lieu on the laud sold and having the usual maturity clauses. Purchaser will he required to execute bond on day of sale with approved security. suh-divide- d 21 3-- 4 8, W 0. RIGNEY. Lancaster. Ky. AGENT FOR THE HEIRS OF HENRIETTA PENDLETON, DECEASED. Col. Am Ilourne, Auctioneer. Th Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday Sept 28. 922 1 REPORT OF THE FINANCIAL CONDI- - i TIAU An a inn inn iaiiiupv vv nun ur iuuuiam tuunii. ivi. Having hern appointed by the Garrard County, Kentucky, Fiscal Court to compile n financial statement fur the Fiscal year ending April 1st., 1922, the following report is respectfully submitted : settlement made by Cronley Hroadus, CommiHonT, appointed by ... ... the Garrard County Pinrnl Court, nt a special term December .11 it, PJ2I, ... with A. K. Walker, Ex SherilT of Garrard County nt collector of the Coun Edwards, J E., account Edwards. J. E., account ty revenue for the year 112 1. Elliott, Win., account Entrn, O, V account 30,00 $00,279.99 Amount of revenue rhargnj to Sheriff Esti-9- , W. E., account 2.75 4,060.00 Polli. (3104) Gr $1.50 Kyer A Co., Int. on note . 150.00 Penalty nftrr Drcembir In 204.14 Foley, S. It., rent on houne . 1.00 Omltte.l property listed by Clerk (f 1,180.05) 4J Mt 690.02 Frisbie, Mrs. F. P., account . 45.00 Omitted Polls (15) i $1.50 07.0 12,50 Foley, S. It., account . I'ennlty on omitted tnx collected after Dec. Int. 4.07 25,75 Fredrick Disinfecting Co., account bO.tr, Amer Tel. A Tel. Co. Tangible, (1100.70) 7l 50c. f redrirk Disinfectant Co., account 31.70 Tel. Co. Tan. (tK.10) tfi 50c 24.08 Cumberland Tel. Forbes, Mike, account 7.50 2.42 Cumberland Tel. A Tel. Co. Franchise $ t.8 I) J 50c 0,10 Faulkner, L W, account . American Itatlway A Ex Co. Fran. ($28.34) 0, Mr It. 17 10,000.00 .irrard Hank A Truit Co., note L. A N. It. It. Co. Franchi- - (1.582.70) & 0r ... 7lt.6 ttOO.OO Garrard Hunk A Tru't Co. Coupon on bond No. 15. : A X. It. It. Co. Tangible ($1,181. .10) p 50c li0.0 Garrard Hank A Trut Co. Drafts to Harris Forbo 1,220.00 Dastln Tel. Co. Franchise ($91.80) ( 50c 47.40 H. 75 Gilbert, Dr J. S., account 10.00 Hryanuville Tel. Co. Francbi-- e ($32.00) 6t 50c .25 Gultery, Dr K. (?., account Graves, Oh.i., account 12.00 $70,338.14 TOTAL Henderson, (. M., Recount 21.50 0.00 Ihbbard, G. (., arrest and delivering prisoner IS ENTITLED TO THE FOLLOWING CREDITS, THE Slir.RIFr Harmon, Dr. J. A., account I. 75 $ 17.1.10 Hammack, E. (,., account Hy Delinquent Personalty ($940.21 ) 50c 8.10 190.90 Holtzclaw, William Hy Duplicate Assessment ($3nt.92) jT 50c 7.50 i 50c 150. 10 llitrgins, Jennie, salary By Exoneration. (ISOO.'.'S) 187.50 .12.1.81 Higgins, Jennie, salary 50c Hy land sold to Co. A State $047.03) 187.50 09.00 Iliggins, Jennie, salary Hy Exonerated and Duplicate Polls (40) Ci' $1.50 eab 187.50 Hy Delinquent I'olU (804) $1.50 each .200.00 Ilfggins, Jennie, salary 157.50 $2,413,141 $2,113.33 TOTAL .1.00 Hoover, S T., house for holding election Hervey A Woods, account 7.72 $711 ,124. 8 DAUVNCE Hunt, Cellia, account .25 lly 10 per cent on tint IS.000.00 .$ 500.00 Ison, Mlv Eltzn, account 22.00 Hy 4 perc ent on the rehlue (08,1)21.81) . 2,750.99 Ison, Logan, Mag. fee 12.00 Hy 4 per cent on School Tax collected ( 19,198.7.1) . 1,107.14 Ison, Logan, Mag. fee 30.00 .. 5,70.1.01 Hy Itoad Claim . Ison, Logan, Mag. fee 28.00 Hy Miscellaneous Vnucher 7, 421. 8f Joieph, A. D., Ked Cross Treasurer 250.00 By Treasurers receipt Oct. 1st., 1921 . 5.100.00 Joicph, A. D., account lly Treasurers receipt Nov. 2nd.. 1121 8.000 00 Jones, Dr. L. F., account 1.2f. Hy Treasurers receipt 1,000.00 Jone, Dr I. F, account 20th.. 1121 1.75 By Treasurer receipt Dec. 7tk., 1121 15,000 00 Jenkins, Howard, account 18.00 Hy Treasurer rrtrtpt Dec. 1.1ti., 1121 22,000.00 Johnson, Dr Wm., account 10.25 Hy Treasurer 2,500.00 Johnon, Dr Wm., account relpt Apr. 2th.. 1122 St. 50 Hy Treasurers receipt May Sti 1122 - 1.77111 10,00 Kinnaird Hros., account H. 7.1 Kinnalrd, Dr. J. II., account $7.1,12 1. M Kinnaird, Dr. V. G., account $7424.S1 8,75 ItonpectfuHy submiUtsI t the Court, Locker, Minnie, allowance 12.50 I ocker, Minnie, allowance 12.50 CltONLEY HltOADUS, Com r. I.Uetzinger, W. A., account 10.00 . 108.00 Garrard (Jeunty sHsdncts its Financial affairs by kp4ng two separate I.edford, C. II,, account Iford, C. It., Supervisor services The General Fund account and Itoad Fund .'.nd distinct accounts, namely: 4.50 Lexington Engine A (toiler Works, account account. 211.00 Louisville Chemical Co., account May Talton, Supervisors service 4.50 CENEKAL FUND Morrow, E. W., account 50.00 $ 3,0.17 f8 Morrow. E. W . account To balnce in Trcas. March 3M.. 1181 2.50 . 27,058.01 Mason, Sue S., account To amount receive! by Treasurer - 27.00 7,121.88 Mount, J. It., account To amount reeived by Sheriff anil paid on claims 37,50 Montgomery, Mattie, account .50 $38,121 17 Montgomery', Dr. It. II.. account TOTAL AMOIWT OF GENERAL FUND .1,00 Moberiey. W. A., damage case 2V10.00 CLAIMS PAID OUT OF THE GENERAL FUND II Y 7 HE TREASURER OF Osborne. Hoy, waiting on pauper 5.00 Patterson, G. M., freight I. 7JI GARRARD COUNTY. KENTUCKY 12.V.0O Purycnr, H. V., salary Perkins, Sam, account !.So f 2.00 Anion, J. A , account . Parsons, It. , work on road 5.00 4. no Anderson, J, K.. account Pollard, M nrtfui A., account .75 i.oo Anderson, S. II., account -. Pope, H. C, account ;t,2.38.25 Anderson, 8. II.. account Pope, II. C, account 2.00 soo.oo Art Metal Construction C. tTloe I'ituro 276,05 ItoM. David, account fiO.00 Hroadus, Cronley, salary ICoss, David, account 195,40 60.00 Itroadut. Cronley. salary l!or, David, account .. 107.75 10.00 Hroadus, Crunley, accsHlNt 05,00 ltif, David, janitor salary 24.00 HloaJus, Cronley, account David, janitor salary 05.00 100.00 Hourne, J. II., salary 05,00 llov, David. Janitor salary Hourne, J H. account 7. 00 Hum, David, janitor salaiy 0M0 . 10,00 It , account Hourne, J. Koss, David, Janitor salary 05,00 100.00 Hourne. J. H., .Q0 Hov, David, janitor salary 100.00 Hourne, J. II., salary 05,00 Itos, David, janitor salnry 1011.25 Itourne, J. It., account 05,00 l!o4, David, janitor salary 140.00 Hourne, J II, account (55,00 Itoss, Davit), janitor salary 100.00 Hourne, J. it., salary Hay, Harrison. Mag. fee 40,00 m 0.50 Hourne, J H., account Mag. fee Hay, llarri-Hin- . 2S.0O 32.00 J II , account Itourne. Itobinson, H. F., account .2. 4.50 Hourne, J II , account Kobinson, It. F , account . ,2fi 15.00 Itourne, J. II , account Hnltton, W. 0., account 40.02 5tt.U0 Haitln Tel. Co , account ICnlston, W. 0., account 1U.75 107.38 Haitin Bros,, Light account itaney, J. W, account 30.05 .11.71 ltro-t- , Light account Iiastm Kimey, J. W., account 1.50 130.00 llastm Hro., account Kaney, Win., account 10.00 15.28 1'nstiti llros., account Itny, Nettie, account 12,00 130.01 Ilastin llros., Light account Hose, II. ('., account 8.00 I At l.i, pauper allowance Stapp, Ervine, yalary 150.00 8.00 lloattey Stapp, Forest, salary 12.UI 276,00 Lrailley, (iilbert A Co., account Stupp, Forest, Clk. salary 80.00 i2.73 Bradley, (iilbert A Co., account Stapp, Forest, Clk. salary 120.00 50.00 Baldwin Law Hook Co., account Stupp, Foret, Clk. wtlury 120,00 1,25 It.irtlett. It K., Dr., account Stapp, Forest, Clk. wilary 120.00 1.50 Hurnsule, Julia, account Stapp, Forest, three claims allowed 18.00 -- . 25.00 lurtcr, D. M., account Stapp, Forest, nulary ( urlcr, D. M., Mag. Co. fee 8.00 276.00 Stapp, Forest, salary 275.00 .12.00 Carter, D M., Mn:. fee Stuipp, Forest, sb la ry a 1,00 er&.oo Carter, D. M.. .MB. fee Sherrow, Jen and Sallie, ttamage done to gnrtin ( irpenter, (!eo., account m.oo .75 KT.00 Smith Hros., account ( ark, l.eii, account !I215 Smith, W. D., account 1,00 ( hirk, Leu, account ILHl Smith, F. II., account S.T5 . I 'ark, Lynn, account ( 'ark. J II., Muir. fee Smith, J. It., account t.S.OO 8.00 Sanders, C. S. account t 'ark, .1 II , Mac. fo 32.00 .ll.7tl Sunder, S. II., Supervisor service 1.50 Carrier, (!las, account Scoby, J. II. Co. .ictfuuiit , .2Ti .... 1U0 . CunmnKliani, Clel, nccuunt Sanfnrd, Curtis, account 71,05 Conn Hro, account J0 Sutton, Ja., Supervisor 800.00 Coy, J M., Int. on note IJ0 K-- iO Syler, Miss Joyce, salary 160.00 Chandler, K, II.. Int. on note Sylor, .Mis Joyce, salary 02,50 05,00 Chandler, K. II., Janitor ahi ( handler, I". II., Janitor salary 8 0.25 Standard Printing Co. account 05.00 Standard Printing Co., account 41.10 IS 1.21 City of Ijincaitcr, utter account 10,110 Scott, A. T . expense to Comt. meeting Combs, W. (L, account 1.00 Scott, A. T., Cos. part supervisor 10,00 i50 Dennis Frank, keeping pauper f i Scott A Son, account 2.1S.I0 Dennis, Frank, keeping pauper 12,00 Dennis, Frank, keeping pauper 12,00 Tucker, J. A., account 2,50 1 Dennis, Frank, keeping pauper 12,00 Tucker, J. A., account 6.70 DennU, Willie, keeping pauper 12,00 Trcadway, G. M,, expense to Frankfort ..- Dennis, Willie, keeping puuper .. 12.00 Treuilway, G ,.M mlary 250.00 Thl Willie, krrplng pauper Willie, krrplng pauper Willie, keeping pauper Willie, keeping pauper Willie, keeping pauper Doty, J. P., nlluwancr Doty, J l' allowance . Doty, . I. P., allowance Klmorc, J. V., Int. on bonds Elmore, J. V., account Kdwnrds, J. E., Health officer salary Edwards J. E., Health officer salary Kdwards, J. K., Health officer salary Kdwardi, J. E., Health officer salary Dennis, Dennis, Dennis, Dennis, Dennis, .. ............... .......... .. ............ ... ............ ........... ......... ........... 12.00 12.00 12.00 12.00 12.00 14.00 12.00 12.00 . 520.00 2.5H ... ......... ....... 50.00 50.00 50.00 50.00 43.00 11.75 10,50 Underwood, T. J., salary Underwood, T. J., salary Vincent, Dave, salary Williams, V. II., account Williams, P, H., salary Williams, P. II., Mlary Williams, P. II., salary Walker Printus, salnry, live stock Inspector Walker, G. C, Mlary Walker, (J. C, salary Walker, G. C, wlary Walker, G. C, Wnlker, G. C, stationary allowance Wrstover, Mls Eva, account Westovcr, Miss Eva, salary .. Westover, Mis- - Eva, account Wren, Mm. Mary, account Wood, J. II., Jr., stationary allowance HI. .1.1 ... 83.3.1 7.00 11.00 ........ 1.70 0.2ft 7.1ft 100.00 175.00 1 75.00 ...... 175.00 175.00 15.00 2.10 250.00 20.14 .50 15.00 ............. .............. ............ ............... .............. ............. ....... Total amount paid by Treasurer CLAIMS ALLOWED $25,00t.0.'t BY THE FISCAL COURT AND PAID BY SHERIFF OUT OF THE GENERAL FUND $ A. K. WALKER .... .... .................. ............ .. ..................... ...... .............. ... .. 1 ....... ...................... ... .................. .............. ............. ............ ........ ..... N. ................. ................... ................. ............... .............. ...... ................. ............ .... ................ F-- ............ ...... ..... .................. ...... ..... .............. ... .................... ............ ..... .............. ...... .................. ........... .'. ........... ... J J r ........ (, ........... ......... ..... ... ....... .. ........ ........ ........ ... ... .......... ...... .... ......... ......... ............. ....... ....... ........................ ........................ ................... ................ ........... ........................ ... ... .. ... ... .... ... ........ ........ ........ ..... ........ ." I f ................... ................... ........ ' .... 1 ...................... ....... .............. ................. Arnold, T. M., Sheriff election .. Arnold, W. T Sheriff and milage Arnold, Ash, Sheriff election. .... Anderson, C. W Judge election .. Anderson Hros.. account Anderson Hros., account Allen, J. T., Sheriff E. and mileage Altlidge, Itogrr, house holding election Amnn, J. M Sheriff E. and mileage Anglin, J. W., account Askins A Mnberly, account . Hnttin Lumber Co., account Itastin Hros., account .- Hastin Tel. Co,, account Hoian, It. C, Judge election Hatson, It. II., Judge election Hroadus, W. J., Judge election and mileage Hrown It. S., account Drown, E. P., Ins. premium Heck or A Hallard, account . Ballard. J. II., Clk. election Dalian!, J. II., Election Com. Iientty, Cecil, account .. Barker, It. L, sheriff Judge E. . Bowling, G. A., Clk. election Haird, S. L., Clk". election Bnstin. II. V., Clk. election Hruner, L. II., Sheriff and Judge election Honir. W. II., installing election booth , Jas. A., Judge elections Beailey, J. A., In, premium Heailey, J, A., account Casey, It, A., Judge election s Currey A Gulley, account . Currey A Gulley, account Clark, J. II.. account Clark, J. II., account Carrier, W. S., Judge election Cox, II. It., Judge election, etc Chance, I). C. Clk. election Conn Bros., account .. . Conn Bros., account . '. Craig. J. M ShcritT election Central Itecord, account Curter, D. M., Clk. election Carter, D. M., account Centers. Walter, Clk, election Campbell, J. H.. Sheriff K., etc Carpenter. O. K Clk. E Cnscillis. J. M Judge E Dillon, C. A., account Davidson A Miller Ins. Premium . Dickeron. J. K., Clk. E Davu, S. N., account Edwards A. F., Judge E. etc. Edwards, J. E., account Elliott, William, account Elmore A Hopper, Ins. premium Folger, F. X., Judge E Fox. Hoht.. Judge K Faulkner, Hill E., account Furr. W. II., account Grow, Ed., Judge E Grow, X. T., Clk. E (irow, Chas. C, houe holding election G.j. lies. E. C, Ins. Preni. Game., E. C. Ins. Prem Gelipie, Buck, account Goodloe A Walker Hros. account Gnstine.iu, W. V., Judge E Green. W ,M., Clk. E Gosney, S". J., Sheriff E., etc Gilbert, J. S account . Gay. II. S., Clk. E Garrard Millintr Co., account Hudson A Farnau, account Iludon A Farnau, account Hudson A Farnau, account Hudson A Farnau, account Holtzclaw, J. F. A Son, account Holtzclaw, J. F., account Hunt. Jas., Jr., account Husclilen Bros, account llaselden Bros., account Hamilton, II, C, account Ham, Millard, Judge E., etc. Hicks. Tom, Judge K. etc llmiimack. E. (i., Judjte K., otc. Hervey A Woti, account Herndon, W. M., Judge K Hotel Keiignrlaii, acct liulromb, S. W., account Johnson, W, M., account Johnson, Dr. W. M., acct Jennings, .Mark, Judge K. Kemper A Woods, Ins. prom. 4.00 3.45 4.00 2.00 24.50 4.5(1 3.4." ... ............. ..... .. 5.00 5.45 44.50 42.00 01,13 1.15.43 00. 1)3 2.00 2.00 0.10 40.2ft 00. KO ..... ..... ... ... ... .. 20.40 2.00 10.00 12.00 5.4ft 4.00 4.00 .... 2.00 0.90 15.00 4.00 48.80 12.50 0.10 07.80 Be.-uley- .......... ...... ...... ..... .. ... ...... 40.20 12.00 41.15 2.00 4.00 2.00 1)11.03 ..... 174.00 2.00 000.28 2.00 4.00 2.00 3.45 2.00 2.00 18.00 ...... .. .. 218.00 ...... ..... .... .. 2.00 157.50 5.45 .......... -- 22.00 21.00 82.50 . .1.45 2.00 11.00 ....... ...... .......... ... . 10.15 3.4ft 2.00 .1.00 245.1)5 ................ ................. 48.80 11.00 223.90 2.00 2.00 3.4ft 18.00 2.00 ..... ....... ..... ..................... 304.08 340.40 87.1.30 117.70 123,25 18.75 10,50 9.00 11)0.00 ................... ................... ........... .................... ..................... ............... ........................ .................... .................... .................. ...................... ..... .............. ..................... ...................... .................... 75.20 20,00 3.15 3.15 0.90 142.32 2.00 5.75 3,00 32.00 10.00 2.00 70.00 3.15 87.30 18.00 40 Kello. F. I... Sheriff" E., ................ .............. ................ .............. .....,...... ............... ............. .......... Kennedy, M. O., account Kinnaird Dr. J. B., acct. Kinnaird, Dr. J. II. and V. Kinnaird, Dr. V, G acct. King W. I., Judge K. Lane, 11. M., acct l.itlfonl etc ......... G acct. .......... ............ ........... ........... s 50.00 .15,00 2,00 17.30 108,50 1(12,00 .1,15 ................... Led ford A Cox, acoL A Kamsey, acct. Lnytoii, Virgil, Judge E. I.eniay, Sid. Clk. E Lawson J. B.. Sheriff E. Lawson, W. I., Sheriff K. Leavell. W. K Sheriff E etc Meadow J. M Clk. K etc. ........ ......... ....... luvxt 2,00 2,00 2,00 1,00 4.01L (Continued wtc.) The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky.. Thursday Sept 28, 1922 ft ffr t f t i t f r XX Gasoline 25 BUY a. -- ii ; Absolutely Nothing Uv MYRA i f.r C.LANE Ijn.hi I. II IVni.r. to nun tii..ne.vf I FROM US "And thafx your umuvn'a N..fr t'nlm bttnlnei, reckltii; niwiittlimo Same PRICE as DANVILLE and LEXINGTON tut tiPUfani r.cvB.r : iar m.- - - '.rxr.- - inelimi Bray eji We Have Forced The Price Down Show your Appreciation by giving us your pntronaflc. renal I ty. HBeWy. Mie mii a mek'nlfleent Mumnn, with the NtriantMre of wime qHeetl of tn. lj Tall. u1lliv). em't, nho mih nat.tl the man. wmtrolled Win. irr Itlra Iqr Hie force of her iwr-- Norton. nhlle-llied- , lier lilailHa. wmfroiitcd Alnti In tke office of tlie dftoctlte When Washington Knocked Out Columbia No! Not a prize fight, hut a lenock-ou- t hlow for the oirly development of Kentucky. Washington, D. C, vy. Columbus, n.nl Crown Gasoline. Quality Guaranteed. Polorine First-Class Oil. Work "JHh la n AmIoii, Jlri. .Varten." ..l.lly. l. the "Yoit Hre no "Jio Neterthele. I.e-- nn I iiwlhil lilmelf emit lata te tin. he aiworH aiMMennl. u uny. the Ky. ' Here's the story in brief: CONN & CONN LANCASTER, KY. T AUKTSNJIlfY S in ( K.!. 'a !'i.iu'iful banner liark nTpfi-rI . .f npi.rtiiat.i.'i w u, th ;i in.- - church m in John Chine1 The nice letter which wh al sent to the church a. read Sun Medame It. S. Clark and X.irn day morning by the paster. Prnitt and I.. N. Thompson, wore in Danville Inet week. Can't Help That. f orrlnc "I tkwt't mi- - why the waj Mb Ola n.sslia and Mb Utt "I can't diene tay nffalr with sjtwsn tWf la Donlln entered Her en CeUege laei (trl are always blamed Jm. I fhall I tit up tke bontent flsht and motor enre," any llli ! mather Mr. week. Rath wU leater Normal. te. it Rntiw Utit Mrt of UIH hae Onetanee rh (Jor-tl- n. lUjnaetMt Doelra aecompanied Ma sis- - ' tM have toothers, i.nd Iters ban- to tare ha litrod yen to cm- on n from whwwi I wotikl etMrt w.Mia Ota. j tetso ter. vara. don't tl;eyr Kanan? elf na Mea a peIMe If It were ' Mr. Kci Thompson, the live! rh SM,r' . not for lay fWld. Vmi know kki pnaUtot Utt B. Y. P. U.. anneane-- j v.tmw Tvee.Word KM. I aw not hired i. .Mm. Nartoa. m MiMnr aMtrnmn tarn um Moiety. The at.utuf twinem t in Inquire Into yonr bn4MHtdii reastn- (hhI "Tlw Wmiin' at tkk ydae lacked one point attaift-in- g ly prefertwt TtnwrHipi- - tlen." A 1. If that peirft seored by Womed'a) "Von know wliy ke he MMenl muw4. in Woman. PiMay nkjfct, they wil! be knihted ('itteM." m ikcovwr a a. Um "tanner society" of the Union, iJtfltln all in rMunkliMl, Jim "Manmnn beronie Von iincer tothat he U eertnln In the i U orr.- tke naiine. ktw ceMtnutHct in the S. D. A. The So- atortal.--H.li.f- nt rlulehe Mints it. Ktnrtlatt. "f h rortaln notorlou ciety will meet with MUs 9e Snt-to- n vnaa. and In anxhtex t ntarry A ft or a Prion? weenimr. herr CjnefM3 MyeHc -- Findings." It may lie itoaMtde. Ixu I aaaure It will ni tke remainder of the nijrht will h havo .Htf-It Ik ihH wy affair. I rasaot dl In riHCn- what l'lato ) be pat with alias Sne Sutton, in a " ' I. " tbeurjr enll.-my etaiwojer's nnalneea," the of f ld the rood social time. tfetorttv. knmd kllelurtoinaa j .1 : irjr of atrttHHt private Uaw doew ke iroMwe to Rev. ft S. Dinar, of Georgetown Mioe and And lutals for obtain CoUeaje, who ha been touring differ, mliMM that hi divorce on the sronnd tknt I bad Ktutll ln aM t Hew tin 'Htwllair" uf tke thla patT en Mrta ef Kentucky for tkree and lntlltfeu!.' Uratlr. I'i e M "Vir former hi.baad. lira. Norton. ie one-ha- lf months, eteeed hia work bh-dMvlnc." la Bute Hoard witn the Ut. Blotting Ah Ineredolon cry eMcaued Iht. Paper far Cleaning Machine llekroa ehatreh and the church at rtettn-.ai- ; IJMner Ske ehMtod her handa tit IV i a uf bMtlna t 'r alaee Monday niofct. Mr. Ding lanrlilnerjr ha niiiina fur jether. "Oh. nri4y Mrely yo nre ir a cauakte young man and thorough- year. The Uennuiii iBtoua tke decelvlai: me. Jlr. l.eon! He died ly eoneeernted U the service of the Srat to xMHdu) thl t. i:L It l vild Ight ear men. before I married Mr Mutr. He wtidnnted from George to be not imly tMi tut ibww not Norton under my toahten name." - and lnit ' Cnfortunalely, lie lUd nt. When ,m nincMoe :own Colleue in January, receiving some our liueband (daced tke matter In la) K. A. llHTltf flr ..Ollr ..f ...! liU'tltli' hicloth d - ii miniK diamtoreil. rather - ly accl- in the Seminary Hi wJI return to Umih R iurL un.l Pne. a'.t a motto, found spent the Friday. . llw touch h my ktedwml tiaylni: yon for tbl wonderful tHorery that. lMrin i marrtml lilts. 1 kid wnat U eouitnonly called a "paM'T" IeiM mieht have rejnlaeil tknt Iw h:il a retainer of a hundred itnllam n la. with twenty flTe thetewwd more ! ! m illaoKrery of evldeno(mid wl.lrk iulil enable lilm to obtain n And he mlcht haw raid Iixirro In fart, ke ra iminc te oa). that lie liatl iron the (man. Thnt H letrt of tay prlt-alImM- new. Mr. Norton." be rntnrnetl. And Jm think t lecttlawiler "U'om It ledtltnate on tmr tart to lN'lwe a ban- - daae. mrnlly - that eer tmwleil apna the fare of tke earth." Alan LetxMM tdt hl Up. UN ore fell lie kltew that It w true. lwet. than lter thlai; meanest Khe The first Congress was called upon I for the Gipital of these United States. Thomas Jefferson, then Sccre.ary of Sunte under President Washington, wanted it at Columbus, Ky. If you would know why his plan fnilccl why Washington was finally selected as the Capital lo decide upon a location Read the Entire Inlereoting Story in the lt e jn - wt - .... tr'tin aric. fnJ but one of tlie many ititcrcMtnK atones of little known facts nboiu the 120 counties of Kentucky which will come from trte pen of thr louisvillc Post's gtftcxl sp:cinl writer, Mr. Ralph Cofjlilan. Some of the others nre; The story of Fluorspar, one of the mct valuable tnetols in industry. Mow I'aducah got its l ligh ScIukiI When Kin GcorRc ate Kentucky ham '!! county which tlocji not contnin one illiterate child. Mayfielrl, "the girl," how she :iurvtMel tle co untrj- - clul flnpier in everything really Mow $300,000 was iprnt by one county to get out ol worth while the inurJ When President Tyler woa a cool miner in Kentucky. 'litis series w;!l le;in Monday. Ortober 2, and continue doily thrrfer Don't miss thr (Jrrt one. 'I his is Tclegrepliic Vorkl Ncvs Been u - of tlie difference in time moat foreign nrMrg brenka lierl for tlie rvnnmx metropolitan p.ijicts. 'ITtc latest. liefjcntlcbtr forei(fii ncwi n n feature of the Louiaviile I'ceit. Its IkjiuI and mirLet reports re not only accurate, hut complete up to the cloiini: of thr New York market. iKworth-while Political Articles of Interest Special pro-gra- m f.rtl d w.t The famous Wuahiinjton letters of David (.awrance appnnr esrhnivrly in the Louisville Pout Sterlirta; Antoricanum America nnd Kentucky firM. Uet ani nlwnjrs is thr keyno'r of the inle I'nM er editorial. - . fr Have the Post DeliTcred by Mail Three Month; $1.25 Once you liave read the Post yow wiU wondrr how you ever not along ttiiout it. Its dependable new tcrvvcr its many feature iti page of nightly lauKh" ! . Everybody Laughs At Mult & Jeff The Uiuisville Poo has the Uet Funnie Bud Fisher Mutt andi Jeff. "Thctu Dnya In Gone Forever." "Can You He.it It." Goldhert;'a fnmou character,. 1 Cnina, his r.at Wli W T i w i.tn ni v..- - K- '-' Mr I),nfr ir.ip.n l.i rr Kwtntfc', xc. "f R It'-- - terlaN 1.1c I is cnt in a tlie In Hie iiiji liltn-rto li"t nit Iml le nfn-- vi'it ' '.- - l' . S I mitflit .. II) Htlll nil!. ill of i itor 4t (IIP U OF t ileath is felsned. for tke nf I it II) to eiCHpe the uttefltlonN of il. e (udlce. Ill International itoipn lilld nvtteil li lit a colldenilile um of ti "iii and. like a prudent timn. lie iViiiled to Hutime nut tier mime und reiln- - from the worliL He lm retired ery MtMMitlily und mi My, IiIn Iuk lieen fori;otien. and lie not likely to come Into prominence uc II." hen" where In heaven' name In he "He l n tncmtoT of imrllutncnt for .i ilixtrict In South Australia, und n minctit fanner there. He In Imp- pily ti irrleil and lin four children " "And that's tlie man I once lowil und t'.arrled!" inn ruiiiriil Tlielma Nor-he turned to ten. And mulilcnly Hint JtitMoa Manner ley Jrme 1 . Wrlmlcr'n Cirtixin "l.ife'a Datkct Moment" and others Irvm S. Cobli's laughable stories. A full puge of wholesome l.uixlin every evenin;. all the family. Send in your three monlhV trial today enclosini( $1.25 Don hum thr fust of the ajieci.il features you'll enjoy ihrtn nil .i will t October 2 Kentucky's Most Inlereslins Ncwrpapcr, Louisville, Ky. Tlie Woman's Page and Ann Stirling Column ' leei.in. I 13 Acre I Farm LIVE STOCK and FARM IMPLEMENTS WILL ON Saturday, Oct 14, 1922 run-niii- AT TEN O'CLOCK nirer for sale to the hijflu'.st bidder n V. ncrc farm located three miles North of BryanUvilk', on Buena Vi.ta and BurKin pike, and one mile from Ihiona Vista. This farm is in the Buena Vista Consolidated School district with free transportation past the house. The improvements consist of a six room house, three acre tobacco and .stock barn and all necessary oiitbuildiiiKs. Well watered and under new fence. Also at the same time and place will sell ONE SIX YEAR OLD MARE MULE, ONE PAIR OF SEVEN YEAR OLD MARES, TWO FARM WAGONS, TWO SETS WAGON HAR. NESS, BUCKBOARD, LONG SHAFT FRAZIER ROAD CART. ALSO A LOT OF FARMING IMPLEMENTS OF ALL KINDS. Terms made known on day of sale. prohulily n laree I don't , mini for jour InventlcatlotK. km v uliether jou cet more for findItiB t lil h cWilcnce, luit lme jou no pity nt nlir "l"ty iloei-n'- t bo with my profile I I Mn .iiri. Norton. .My little loy, deprhe.1 of II " iiii-- t lier'ti care, my n'putatlon ' I can do nothlnc for )oti, .Mrs. Norton," answered the detective. "Tlieti liod do no to )ou nnd more uUo!" alio retorted, us she awept out of the oltliv Next uflernoon l.eiaon imm1 liefon Norton chewed Ida lilt employer. clear ut Ids deak, I.eevin hud ltl t written rijuirt In his I "l.eenon," aald Norton, "I hent for ' you ," , llll voice ilrwpMd. "Sei here, I p'"1 Ihere'a tiiitlilni; jou can find. 'I'lulma Un't that type, of woman. So we'e Bot to iiianufarture aometliltii;. SeoT Some eildnre Hut 'II Bite me what I want Wo'xo Bot to Bet faUe affidavit nnd- - " l.eekon ktarted. "We don't do that kind of Im. Incut. Mr, Norton," he answer til. "Don't, eh? Then I'll have to Bit Mimeone who doe. Voii'ie had a tine lot of money out of me, und o far )oii'e found out absolutely nntlilnt.""Absolutely llotlllnB. answeriil l.eeare mn, "mnl oiir next employee likely to flu out absolutely notttltlat too, been iiae Mrs. Norton's life bus entirely blameleaa." "You tire (Nx-kee fttlnc Every wotiidn rmder find a rrj cluirnt in fhi paisc 'Ilir Ann StithtiR colutun never fnili to instruct and interest. Children never tire of the Bedtime Kiddie Stories. Dr. Brady's I ieallh Tnlka con-tai- n wholesome ndvice. And iherr nre many more riually worth-whil- e fc.itures. 1 Mail Coupon NOW I I Louisville Post, Loiuavdlr, Ky. I wnnt the Louisville Pott, with the Coi;hlan .uliclr on Kentucky counties and other famoui Post feature. Stmt October 2. Name . 1 1 I jt II Street . R. F. D 'oat Office i Cood Use Wood Cclluloi, for Silk. There nre ihe plant In t:il mtinu-fiieturlti- scale, frotn Nor.iiv A "hei-ulio- e iirlltictiil ullk on un extcimlvf ll'llis; ihh celllllo.e Itnporteil To Escipe Envy Good Word for "Ohoita." If de) U Bhics, xuj t'nctt Kbeii, "I ilon' miv no In bcln tkeereil of 'em. Del ilmi' hurt liolHuljr "la en !. and dey don' kteal niifflii'." llttli- - Blrl the would like to then HHiple I of om't lime" Ik tle inillitry. alioiililn'l iv u lot linlliB H lot of thltnta I tin cor old lle ilH'lurel Wisdom Well Spoken. J ml Tuiiklu ufter buikltu: ut it fakhloii iKirude he hua decided Umt If all Hie world' ii Miife It iiiikIiI to hllte more ilreiiB riMiin. Wu.IiIiib-ton His a R,a QrUvanct. In III liealth. a Detroit man threw himself mjt of a window He u ill the doctor says, am) soon na Im Is alnm; enmisd , Kiv. IllS looklllK for the fellim (, him that Jumpliitf cut ..f n window la ,(j fur It Star Dlff.r.nce In Mlircpres.ntation. . , H0Mrt" In A lie In u Muletmnt whb h la HioubIiI bo Utter to be ful.e by Ihe person I to decehe: It nnd N Inten Tjury Is ii falko statement made uu ,, "7 J der oath. It I chillned, hIiuIimi und atturks fre-queenly lle of hunger heAire they Und their wny out. '"."' f"'""'" ' "f "'"V'' ,,","U ' ''lch one "f marliie life that, th, Oetan. 'l' 11 fUONZO SHEARR0W BRYANTSVILLE, KY. A. T. Scott, Auctioneer. ' Lint, to Ot Remembered. Clastic Dudget. When fortune lirlnBt thee millctlon A New rt a) Hint n woiii- console thaelf by remeiiil.eiliiB llmt ""I lf,'"' oil JM'I leaf She cull me Ine Hum imii.1 tee iino..rllv nmt . Drills of Sand. ,lr,, .Sl"- SI, nnd Where cr dry, loose siiml another day thou must mi. dllllculty. ""', r ''oti't see Hie heluB ninstnntly shitted byooctira.lt Is " Tlie story nf Hat I'orter und the laidlel il,e wind I often burlea iinaiiai i.ienuiB I'viiii ni of Ilncdad In The Amhlati Ntutitn. cilllwile.l land., build. Trilllscrlpt. Inga ,,,,,1 forests. f I "illilfc'iin, ttiere ure dllrta 1(S Vsrylno Human Welfht. "Loadtd from All KUrnlty." ftet deep Those In Cornwall reach A Ruts for Public Spsiklng. 1 oil illi) nut forest o the death of Hie normal variations In welfht tV I once uskiil Colonel ln;ersoll, the 'K','"' "'f ''" t M. De Turenne, may be Krcatly nffected In different nor the cauiionbsll lit. t.ohl desert ure inwut effeclUe public sjieaker I eier M milea h.,,g ani shot ut tundotu which singled hliu out ways. Some uien Inae six pounds or WW feet bUh In some places. On the heard, to what ho attrlbuteit Ids from ten or twelve oUiera. L who seven iMiuniV during u Turklah bttth. hore. ,f the Hay of MWBy m like power. Aold elocullonlsta ore the hand uf l'rovldeoce In everywhile others gain nearly as mucii lo log auml travels aiiskes," be aald, "and be yourself." Inland 10 feet a liar- thing, behold thla cannon loaded from sn iijuully abort time by deep drtak- - Hi of Denmark. 2. fest..aud ul Andrew Caruegia la bis II eternity. Mine. De Kialgtie. twilkrrn India, 17 yurda. Vi-r- en Shark Enjoytd "Scratchlno." dler, wurkiiiB the Australian coast, bad uu A ,,ieniuie un7j aluirk Clime lnii,i: p us Its rotiBh bide naiti.t haw damased Ids suit, he held the p.. nt .,( ,tw "Jumper" toward the intruder This seemed to Jut Wiut Hie shark umil. u'"' '"' rubbml lnit,M-I iiualun t j" ' dB drn- - hbhUm ii sink when lie la KCJUU scriililieil ... II.. L. dlur at work for half an ,..iir, and nt last mad.1 off. A ,, ,, !. - 111 ,,, ,,. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday Sept 28. 1922 MUSEWMK IS A II BONER HesulM of two jeiira' work bine very nick at shown that bordeaux mixture will re-the leaflinpHr. eonlrol "hopper-liurrI'ullulril by I'oor Srwtr Disposal und U the beat remedy, eer There will be service lit thin place the Cnlted State tiepnrttiK'nt Improper dlpial of owagc ac- Sunday morning and evening. of Agriculture In Hanner' llulletln counts for the large number of conMr. Clayton l'roston, who hail hit l'.'J.'., "The Potato lnfbopper and It taminate.! watir supply ytcm that limb broken two week ago I improv- - Colitrid." now pulillli-for the bene, nre to be found m both country and ing slowly. fit of grower wlne crop are city, according tj a new circular en- t liienace by this mtIoiis ltlect Mr. and Mm. ham lluncan. of since" llordeiiiix mixture made according to titled. ".Septic Tank for Sewage Din- C.oe. at all Poster Mtlbur which ha jut come olT the! gin, pent Friday night with Mr. and the MM formula, cutitalnliig 4 pound Co, Mfr. IlufTalo. N. T of ciper sulphate and 4 pound un pre at the College of Agriculture ' Mr. Wm. Vandcrpool. slaked lime to ,ll gallon of water which i being distributed free land Mr an() lrt Harrison tiln and Wll liseil. McROBERTS DRUG STORE to interested persons. The new pub- -' children were the guet of Mr. and Ilordenux combined with nicotine hcati.m point out that the eptic tank I Mr. JlMdram Hurdett at llryants- - sulrdinte net a little more quickly In Home News with the disposal system v,,. Sunday. ridding line of leafhoppera than de .. uperM.r result but Kentucky im.t only nwvfc mm to ce.,HH.I "I ... , K.)MCca I I. .,ltxcInw. ,,f Lev bordeauxdo alone, apear the Justify oti not to ...... IVHII. .JUIIM..) .!-- , tnlned ... c. I.... ..ft. wuirr . IIIKK'H ll'bUlliril time and oiene of using the 'arrolt couniy isrmer nireauy sewage isptssal nut ali na proved i i spending a week with her sister, .Mr ndileit IngreiUeiit, It l suld. Nicotine vcjiurrhaMil IMIO bushel cf Koen I. be the moil satisfactory method to F Scott. were re which will be seeded for cover of disposing of waste in rural home There will be a pie supper at the "Ulptmte mid soap incombinednymph killing found very effective rop thl fall to protect their ileal where running water available School Friday, Sept. 2'Jth. and o few adult present when the A septic tank i an underground. Mt. Hebron from erosion and leaching during the spray w apilled. Tht re wa no l.mt for the benefit of the school. Kver)-bodwinter, according to County Agent water-tigh- t tank in which tho solid Ing effeet. however. N'caile Irnfliop ' welcome! Come! t; C Itnutt matter in sewage n liquefied by decay reuppenred In a day. Mr. an.) Mr. J. it. Dean. Mr. and wa not controlled. Five Fayette county farm bwy. before being discharged from the member of Junior agricultural club tank into the disposal hods, space for Mrs II. I.. TlnmipMin and daughter. The siray should te pllel to tin organized by the extension division which usually m available on every Miss Velma and Mr. K. I). Lawson, underside of tlie leae tlioroiighly. at ihc, sr. f Agriculture and 'farm U'ark f laying the title and were guets of Mr. ond Mr. Milton least ISO Miutld pressure being Uel of the College o that n tine mist like spray la pre Sunday. County Agent W. It. (Jabbert, won a ronstructing the tank can be done by Ward, nenr dticed, At leot three application ari Bottling Co In addition the j total of I'JOH in cash prize on seven the average farmer Quite a number from thi place at- - reenmiiieiideil, with a fourth If nere DUtrlbuton I'oland China pig which they ex- tiiiit, can be built at some time when tended the Community Fair and nry to keep down "hopperhurn" un e Crab Orchard, Kentucky hibited at the recent Kentucky state other wark is not pressing, thus much pleased with the exhibit til the crop l matured. Moth ldi- - of Archis Sear, Karl and Harold ing it possible to utilize labor. Most' a well a the day spent with obi each row should be ira)el to make fair. Additional Jordan nml Charleis William ami Kl- - of the material nieded for the aver-- friends. Krnvst I'reston won M. in the application thorough. age tank can he found on the farm! the broad Jumti and Wilbert l're.ton detail are contained in tlx- - bulletin kon Onggs were the successful wbleh may be bad free Ukiii appllcn As Proved by History. Peculiar Cld English Law. that Uh- - actual rash outlay for ajwon 2nd. Ill the 00 yard jump. hlbitor. The Fayette county trjoi,! Ion to the department at Washlncton "What 'ill 'Minnie of our jmine In Knglnnd It i utilnwful to plaj . .imposed ! en- - concrete septic tank will not be high. of Marvin Well. Ted yTt (jrou- - entertained jM wail il reformer. Oil. they'll ( billiard In ii public place on Similar. l. V. rtill HnrWett. also won the hen properi installed, thi methml ' ut Thursday Mesdame tr' grow old and worry about the joung; rhrlMtna day or (JmI Trlday. state junior livestock judging con- of seuttgr disposal require little at and Cbas. Dunn, of Hrynntsville, people -l- rtdeMirt ."'tnr. HANDY TROUGH TO FEED HOGS d test tenltati. Mr. K. I). Ijwon. of Missouri, Mis First Eg:i5ti The drive beiag conducted agnin't Word to Young Men. Imiertant point to be considered Sallie Tracy, of III., Mr. and Mrs. wo witliout beilgis up to Beard Nalltd on One Side Prevents !" Nuwada- - tbe .1 mi tuberculosis in Crittenden in ronstructing the tank together VA N'aylor. of Markibury, Medame rattle tbe Koiirteetitti century, for blge Animal From Getting Mora !! sooner tlillll Me fnt ltecv were tlrst ldnllte.1 lr eotlepienee of county is going forward m a steady with important factor that mutt be Wm Onitott. J It. Dean and II. I. Than Hie Share. So man) fnt men lire ilelM)e. at ti e tbe change of him", tenure at tl.. lime manner, according to County Agent considered in building the diHi! Thompson, of tis place il Atl (MMtltt lltllirl- lof tlie Ittiick Pentb J I! Spencrr. One hundred and are outt'ned m the new circular! " railing hog In the usual mnnner A miser an I a spendthrift 'wenty live animal recently were which contains many drawings anil houi.i oftiti null I in spilled feed and ninny He Ought to De MoSbed. Effort Physical and Mental. 'ested during one week for the .'lustration t show the proper meth work n n team With each nulling times one bog will pet more tbnn it tlien l but An old bachelor .Many n man admit there may I Working plan' :gamt the other they might strike share A person can. of course, get one thing sweeter than loe- - jouns good stuff In hooks, but contend Hint od of construction Into the t'ii and pour tl.e slop direct' dream, and that la to wake up nml find It' too much effort to rend. Yet he'll and g r!s fur the two i ommon type of septic a sensible pace Kh'bit by farm bo Iv Into the trough, tiut usually the jourelf single. lltofi Tnuicrlpt. shine, -- blue and then show Into the bi g try to cet Into the poll und make vies n ted Just to get to n lmwt I n me of thine, write Paul notion, i Make It Easy for Tourist. In Toklo each uln-v- t Must De Two in Bargain. car bear the niinil'cr of It route, and Inside la a The man who complain of Inn lot cheated seldom admits Id comptvhente map of tbe city circled Yet. be would hardly by line of ninny odor corresponding bad Judgment. to the numN-rei- l route. The tmirlst bale lot hud he not hlineir errtil. It two to nuke u Kir ulw'uy hnsuk-llnds hi way by merely inntclilnc cidora. gain, and ntwiiy-- w !l ttike two. tirlt y lot In a weary rm Woman' at brut. Hut with barltachn and othr distressing Vldnejr Ilia I If Indeed bocorac a burdsn. Donn'a Kldnsy rill have made life hrlichtcr for many taticastcr women. Auk your relithbort Head what Mm. Hester flaln. Cmnptnn HI, IjinrnMer, ay "1 hare had atlarka of kidney trti Me that raurrd my back to ache no I arotind to do my could hardly There waa a dull, homework rrn nche the amsll of my back that throbbed and pained dread-fullMorning I wa so n time lame In mv back and hip I could hardly Mr"' to put mr shoe were Irregular ami on Mv Vi''tei acted loo f'ift' and ctbrrwlse both- ereil ne I ro Pnnn'o Kidney nil urur store an.i a ot Mcnoix-rshort use cure-- ' me of the attnek I haven't been 'roubted with hnrkaehft rt '.,.. who arc members of junior aitricul-tura- l club provided nnr of the feature at the recent Campbell county fair, County Agent II. F. Link an. More than 100 entries by the youngster competed for the $300 in cah prue which were ofTereil, Farmer in the NeUonville section of N'clou county will uw more than live carload of limestone thin fall in nriler to ilemonitrate the value of thin material for nil improvement to their neighbors, County Agent C. U Hill - r le and CONTROL LEAFHOPPER together with the method of con BY USE Of BORDEAUX structing form, mixing and placing the concrete, a diculon of steel reinforcement ami suggestions in regard to the operation of septic tank Mixture Is Best Remedy, Says are given In the new publication Department of Agriculture. Complete bill of material for both r the single and tank nlo are given in the circular. It i Combined With Nlcotln Sulphatt It No. l.'ll nml may be obtained free Act Little Mort Quickly but li by writing the Ki pertinent Station, Esptntlvt Spraying Mutt Lexington Dt Thorough. tanks-singdouble-chambedouble-chambe- lib Tied fox its nag-nin- J I Water Supplies MT. HEBRON Mr. Will Humphrey thin writing. I (Prirt1 if ihs I'nllsil Slslss Dssrlmsnt or Aricullut Kl i. , , d I itur-Mal- ." 'esr for more ikan 50 years Farm and From Over e II. .... s y , mil 1 Budweise Everywhere ANH-'j'.rrt.nusct-t I lr fi-- "Hop-perbunr- 9r Crab Orchard J inv mak-lwer- 1 e. nl ( Thi-odor- i Hedjr-i:tiglnn- i d dl-e- e tit-e- ur ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE OF t PERSONAL aiu-tioi- PROPERTY. 1 Regular Daily Run Handy to Feed Hogs. In Tower farming One farmer aolwil tlie problem by nailing n wldo lui.ird to one lde of the trough, allowing It to extend through the aide of the pen lie can now feed them easily and with the board extending the entire length of tbe trough he run spread the feed the whole length of the tniugti and o g them nil an tUul shun. LEAVES LANCASTER 7:40 A. M. and 1 P. M. LEAVES LEXINGTON 10 A. M. and 5:30 P. M. .M.. As Administrator of Cyrus Daly, tlt'coasotl, i on at public will soil to the highest bidder Snnriay Special Rates $2.00 Round Trip Leave Lancaster 7 :10 A. Lexington, 5:1(0. returning leave Wednesday, One One One One ooil October AT TEN O'CLOCK A. M. 1 4th RE0 BUS LINES COMPANY PHONE 7S8-- Y (Incorporated) LEXINGTON, E. R. WEBB, Manager. KY. Th following piTsotuil property towit HORSES AND MULES One year old bor.se initio. ISiiv Mare, One sorrel brood mare. sorrel horse. One aed male mule. sorrel mare, extra piod worker. One team of o year old mare mules. "i year old I toy Koldintf. tfood One team of t year old horse mules. worker. PICTURE SHOWS G worker and driver. Film Outlines Best Practices in Handling Honey Gatherers and Control of Disease. ' Lightning Kills Many. About tlie or six persons per i.i.llloi die annually from lightning shock. "Dry" Wines. Wines are referred to u dry it In onipletely feniu ntiil. only 0.1 pe out of sugar renuiliili'g Canada Festers Agriculture. The liouiinloii nf t'utuida npproprl tii - .a.ui.ui aiinuall) nte and for the ileteb'pHii nt of agriculture. Co ti"t try to grnit ii" ut one time l.lve la. v a mi's. i mid i :i 'i ' t be cut uti " ' t True Sayings. "The love that cauc two heart! to beat a one does not guurnnteo a 'rformniice," wrote tho contiuuou late IMgur 8nltu. lie also nude till with deligh- t- which the majority of u neier enjoy. Tbe tiorld U full of chnrinltu HHipe it hum few of um ev meet."- - Kxchante. Not So Oad. IMge ..f (be Jungle" lleebo suj that being attuckil by it timiplro I "rnther pleasant thuii otherwise." and though eur own has b en Willi tiimplres of another xcles, we, too. can testify that tho enatlon when attacked, la by no mean disagreeable. lloston TrAr script. Ill One 7I0 pound heifer. One black bull calf and one red heifor calf. head Sewn stock hotfs. It CATTLE One 700 pound stoer. One Illaek eow. Hereford cow, K'ood milker. HOGS sows with pins. One sow to farrow soon. ()e SHEEP Five ewes and one Uuck. FARMING IMPLEMENTS Hinder; 'A turning plows; 2 hemp brakes ; I Karden One wheat drill: cuttiiiK harrow; plow ; :t double shovels; 2 cultivators; I corn planter; Dccring mower: two horse watton; Hay rake; box: corn sheller; biiKtry: I tarpaulin; I stands of cross cut saw; about 5,000 tobacco sticks; bees; some meat; about 150 chickens; a lot of hoes, harness, shovels ami forks, 1 1 1 Cut-tin- t.' 1 1 1 1 1 1,1 1,1 A! so a lot of Household ami Kitchen ami Diniiitr Kooni ami Parlor - Kuril!- - Um'- CROPS About 80 barrels of new com. THE SALE WILL BE HELD ON THE FARM OF THE LATE CYRUS DAILY. IN GARRARD COUNTY, KENTUCKY, NEAR THE LANCASTER AND ABOUT 6 MILES FROM PIKE AND NEAR THE FORK CHURCH. 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-INGTON LAN-CASTE- tee keepera will be interested In H new mot Inn picture prepared by the I nlted Stntea hepurtiiient of Agriculture showing the best practice In I mulling Imo und the control of bee disease. The film, which I cnlleil "Kivplng I leva ut Work," I Intended t.. Mipplei Mt a picture, entitled "llee How The, l.lio und Work," Nsued some time ago for more Hpiihir ue The new picture show the need for iiueeii'i i'ie odony from Itime to time, the way to prepare the a for time to unpack the .lid Tint ntrol of the swarm, und hlie. tl other dotii - nf uinnugcment. The f.itt that the bureau of enlomology saiupleit of comb to ill t iiin e and udilset on the.r identify tgbt out. control I I The flln - In one reel, und may be burrowed b eiteiulon workcra and other etll nl to Die prh liege, or purchased for npproit pi tuts niii' I of making them, which n ail I) t' I about f I true ebsertutlnn: "l.lfe Is parkid ' ; ' 'The Wll-Hai- ti Helpful Thought tor Today. ' of i'' i Mfc I I l Id I ' nlug 'l'nur , ' ts is. SAVE MONEY WHEN YOUNG USE MILLET FOR LATE FEED Small At. if Land May Be Pre. pared jihi own at Little Cost St a Thrive on It. Many 'i.lllet lit un a of bft and pared sin) nni' priNluciHl man ui) R men would enter the decline of life in com furtablc circuniitaiici" should bc;'ti to mho now. The apprutctl modern mcthoJ of aavinc Is u avitig account in the homo bank. Till bank Invite younu men und young women to Jem Its fans of aavlngi dcpoiltor. One tlollar opciis u favina account, und any turn may be deposited thereafter. MBD;enjoyitin aftek life; Young who T. H. DALY, Admr. Capt. Am nouriii', Auctioneer. 1 nd 'i OF CYRUS DALY lll ' Into patch of A small in tiled II ha not been o weiil, may be pre-i-i at ii smnll cost In and considerable feed tier-k-e dlnnry ition giNMi feetl when llorst-a- , uiu ' and id Ihrlv CB It. find ii t In feeding. THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. S. C. DENNY, Cashier. Capital $50,000. Surplus $50,000. Honor Roll Bank ,4 I The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Sept 28 1922. BryanUville Fair (Continued from first page) T an (.rw, first; I Cecil (Jrow, second; He.ls Old AnHegantJP I WrUford i.rmv. third. IilonJ second. P. m. stockr Edd S,ief' Sorrow, first; Mr. k K s IVr ! ' Yaung stock- - Mrs, IVrk.ns. first; Hampton sisters, Mm irffts-0'. I Sl'i. HeateivJ I II Shi .Mis Wfte Leghorn (Jr..., seend. rn, one entry ,n.. stock -- Speed Young stock T Grow, first nml Mrs. X. T -- to FaUPrice Woolens Ilrown l.egnorm Old slock John entry Young stock John XayUr. first; John Xalyor, secXay jr. or.e ond ItutT Leghorns Young stock-Sp- eed , Sherrow, first and Ernest (Jos-ney- Big Display of Guaranteed second, Anconns Younir stock Mrs. II. V. McAfee, one entry. Itnntams Old stock Speed SherYoung stock row, one entry'Sherrow, one entry. - Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sept 282930th Speed One of our handUome, new HEATERS will ornament your houe and ave fuel. Come in and buy one today, and you will teen save enough, at the present price of fuel, to pay for itself. Let u alto show you a new laborMvtng, RANGE that will make cooking a delight. Come in today. fuel-savi- ng Young Silver Spangled Hamburg stock Krnest Oosney, one entry. e Illack I.angshans UM stocK Thompson, first anil second. Henry Young stock Indian (lame Hnckley Line, one entry. Old stock Columbian Wyandotte -- Speed Sherrow, one entry. 01,1 stock G. V. Huff OrnlniMnn I'ence, one entry. Old turkey Mammoth llrunse Mock Mrs. James Sutton, one entry. I Host Tno chickens, any breed raising Mr. Norman thi year's Crow, Grays Poultry Itemed), value. r.u-gent Kengarlan Hotel, Lancaster, Ky. All Suits and Overcoats Made to Your Measure Union Made OO Union Made Fit and Workmanship Guaranteed $26. f ,t Tuesday, October 3rd, 19?? AT three Lancaster, Cooking Department Salt rising bread Mrs. J. II. Ed ward, first; Mrs. Irvine lilakeman, second and .Mrs. Jesse (Julley, third. eait Ureail Mrs. J. It. Mtwani. No Hunting for Alien,. I Remove Paint. Unnaturalized foreigners are barred first; Mrs. Taylor Huffman second ' Tj'm steel wool to remove paint from Is the Time to Order Your Fall Suit I1CI IUCDV from hunting game In New .York state. ani Jjrj,. r',j (Jrow, third. glass. I or Overcoat as we can Guarantee (Julley, ISeaten biscuit Mrs, Theories and Facts. tirst; Mrs. iiognn Haiiard. second an Garments Tailored in our own Shops and in Our Own BulldinU, Sold Direct Odd Names of Irish Streets. Theories nre liable to smash. Facts White layer cake -- Mrs. T. II. Ed-- i CtillowH 1'M nml Harmony hill are to the Wearer at a Money Saving Price. t"iil "m wHti. are insult the nnui's of two street In Sllgo, Ire- ward, first; .Mrs. J. M. Edward, sec Inml ond, and Mrs. Jesse (Julley, thinl. ' Hint for Worrying People. , Ansel Food cake Mi Ileie Best cure for worry Is to have M Human Bores Once Charms. first; Mrx. J. II. dullard, second It ln"t worth while. much trouble Human Isme used to lie kept as I amulets ntxl eluirtin. and the oldest and Mrs. J. M. Edwards, third. Spice cake Miss Kessie Oulley.J the thlcli twine of a rvtMi w Ago Put on Bctr. ,knoun Tax Long first; .Mrs. C. .u. Dean, second and mammoth. H,r was taxed more than PARKERSBURG, W. VA. Jas. A. Bryan Treas. (Clyde C. Bosco, Frest. ()eu Moreland, third. year nso In Keypt. DouirhnuU Reaulred Strona Dlaestlon. Mr.. J. A. Trumbo. Some iintiMiiil ilWie. willed were ftrj,l; Mr;, N T Odd Cure for Chilblains. second and In early to cum favorites with the In ntilen times tieople third. robbing lliem with daya were oysters Meel In wine, their chilblains !) Fruit pie .Mrs. I.ee (Irow, one enuooselierrlea, with itttinVl a imiuseskln. try. graiies IhiIIiiI In duller, mutton stuffed ! Meringue pie MUs Uuth King, first; Mr. Will Swope, second and M. Dean, canned goods; X T (.to, Vegetable Dvpartaaent with o)ters nml honey Murel over Her Other Child. agriculture; A. T Sanders, livestock, Mrs. Hocan Italian!, third. first; Mrs. J. A. Trumbo, second. of us meat. Squash Mrs. Morris Foiter, first; The chlU of neoll imct Mrs. X, T. Grow, fruit; Mrs. II. P Ilox divinity candy Mrs. J. A. i For Girls Under Twelf are acqualntel with i not Mrs.. J. M. Edwards, second and I Trumbo, first and Mrs. C? M. Dean, When You'd Weigh Nothing. hut economy. Boston Tnuivrlpt. Ilest dressed .loll -- Nellie Xaylor, I Hruwn, poultry; Mrs. J. II. lUIUrd, third. Floral Dept.; Mrs. Leslie Ilruner, If the earth turneil round In ubout second ami Miss Martha Curtis, thinl. Pumpkin J. II. Edwards, first audi first. Cracie Hell Smith, second, Sewing Dept.; Mrs. Owen Moreland, aa huur and a half instead of In "4, Reason for Haste. Hox fudge Mrs. W. K. Davis, Adams, third. . I Girls' Club Department have praetlcally no tirst and second and Mrs. J. A. Trum- second and Walter Hint the earth Is thiuics would A scientist su, Cooking Dept.; Mr. A. J. Hice, Vege , . , Sweet corn J. M. Edwar.N. onej .. . Present speed shrinking iihout two inches u eur. weight ut the eijuutor. Smith. firK: table Dept., and Mrs. II. A. Dawes, bo. thirdi Ttiat account for the nervous actlv. at the equatorial region Is 1.0U) liillua and Mattle Morris, second. Athletics. School lunch Mrs. Je.e Culley, man could Just At 17, Mrs. I.ee (Jrow, first; Itjr manifested hy some people to lof aa bour. Princess slip -- Ehxabeth Swope Number Eskikits in Eack Departsaeat first and Mrs. Henry McAfee, sec- Mrs. W. H. Swope. second and T. II. keep on the k'noind. aaae It while It I some "lie. first and Lillian Montgomery, second, Agricultural Dept., . . ond. .It. 5 Edwards, third. "Darneil garment", Ilrrnlre Woods, Athletics .12 Canning Department Development of the Horte. Spirit Revelations. Cabbage Mr. Morris Foster, first; first and Lillian Montgomery, wrond, Vegetables . 70 ali! Sir Thomas The first known ancestors of today's "I do think." Jar tomatoes Mrs. Will Swope, and second, Cooking liO Athletic Department onarchs of the turf were not much first; Mrs. J. M. Edwards, second and Browne, "that many m) merles asCucumbers Mrs. Jim Sutton one n ,i i.a.i rnip tiia Sewing . J 72 . cribed to our own Invention have leen luO.yard dash boys, 13 and 14 T Grow, third. entry. .n, n.i l.hln.L hut their of spirits; Floral ja tit courteous revelation school Isaac Hrogli, first and Hughie Daly, SlrlnK beans Mm. Jesse Culley, Sheet peppers Uryantsville uiMin their toes de- In heaven h.l.lt ,.f ...eitln-.those nohle essence Poultry .i '27 second first, Mrs. H. A. Dawes, second and second. Just 'first; Mrs. Henry McAfee, bear a friendly regiiru unto their fel- vlooed the hiHif. which Is Fruit aa luu.yd. dash boys lfi, I'i and 17 and Mrs. James Sutton, third. Mrs. Xora I'ruitt, third. low natures on earth." toe nail. 32 Audi Hutledge, tirst; Itaymond Mor-for- Livestock Corn Mrs. J. M. Etlwanh, first; Carrots Mrs. J. A. H!ce, first Canning second. . Mr. Henry McAfee, second. and second. ' dash boy.s, '. and 10 Morris Lima beans Mrs. J. A. Trumbo, llutter beans Mrs. J. A. Trumbo, Total 724 first; Mrs. X. T. (Irow, second and first, Mrs. H. K. Swope, second and Kogers, first; Cecil (Jrow, second. Judges: Mrs. (Jrubbs, Pnrksville; dash boys, 11 and 12 Sam Mrs It. K. Swope, third. (Julley, third. Mrs. Tears Mrs. C. M. Dean, first and Hinns- - Mr. Curti. tirst; Folger. first and Creed lon, second. Mr. Ilouk. Keren; Messrs. V. A. Lear, , Illuming broad jump boys, '. and Steve Carrier, John Scott, It. L 'second; Mrs. Henry McAfee, third. Mrs. Jim Sutton, second and Mrs. 10 Walter (Jraham, first and I.av- - Elkin, W. A. Farnau, Lancaster; Miss I'euches Mrs. X. T. (Jrow, first; M. A. Sanders, thinl. , t hristian, . Lexington; Mrs Frank ti4 Vt.ttI. Aalfn ' wf.finil rinil Onions Mrs. I.ee (Jrow, first; rence I sum, second. I Itunning broad Jumjt hoys, II and Marksbury. Uticaster and Mr. Mc- f llryantsville school, second and third. Will Grow, third. Apples- - Mrs. J. M. Edwards, first;. Sweet potatoes Mrs. W. II. Swope 12- - Sam roiger, nrsi; i reeu ioii,i r anuen, i.fxituloti All exhibitu were larger than wa i Mrs. Ollie Itankin. second and Mrs. first: II. I). Aldndge, second and: second Kunninn uruan jump Hoys, i.i ami generally rxpecled and the Vegetable j LX. T. Grow, third. llryantsville school, third. 'ess r.vans, :iri ami u. w. .vi- - were especially good, considering the Grape Jelly Mrs. Jesse (Julley,1 Irish potatoes -- Mrs. Jim Sutton,' drouth. urnige, second. first: Mtss Allene Curti. second and first: Mrs. M. A. Sanders, second; Itunning broad Jump, boys, I ft and There are n few unpaid lull, an, Mrs. Henry McAfee, third. nml Mrs. W. II. Swope, third. T Will 011 (leClCleCl tO mOVe tO KlCnmonil, Preston, llmt ,.nd KAltm some unpaid subscriptions. Craba hUyMn. Joc skinner, c,,,.ry .Mr,. X. T. (5rw. one en- - rneat A complete financial report will Folger, second. first; Mrs. J. A. Trumbo, second and try Wheelbarrow race lluelia Vista be made in next issue of the Centra! .Mr. J. II. Kiiwani., third. Sewing Department v , 'r n f school, Ancil Itutledge, tirst and Itecord. ittMi.t. ...... jiii 11.11 nun i uiun, , n ln,l . rover .Mdiuri MUs house dress llryantsville Community Fair, .. first: Mrs. It. K. Swoi.e. second and ,.,, IK.1O0,i Krtl(.,t Morrl., r ,,,, Coulter, first; Mrs. iie.iry .McA ee. Harry P. Edwards, Pres. Mr J. A. Trumbo, third. . I.... itrnu. secunu "no .or. .s. ..,,. ti..n... it- -. - jnnmie Payne, . second. Apple butter Mrs. iiruw, i . ... ...... j ...vmree iegge race ungui s iienu muni oiiiiii- - kuih TWO O'CLOCK first; Mr. W. J. IIroaddu, second, Frogj tave Keen Hrjrlng. Afee, firsa; Mrs. II. C. Kose, second ch0,d Edison Folger, first and John and It. K. Swope, third. Prog nml tikiil nte ' Payne, second, Mrs. J, S. Skinner, third. llryantsville school. reinarkiililv semi, tiim- - gifted with a Mixed pickle Mrs. Xora Pruitt, (,f (miring. on miles from my home Huby cap Mrs. Jesse (Julley, first;, j,.,,,. iir,t und Ilright Sutton., one entry. Askins, second and Mrs. ,,.t.lim. At Laaet, Hur- - l.opss So. Lexington pike, sell the following to-wi- t: Watermelon pickle Mrs. It. K. Mis. Mattle Edwards, third. Twenty-liv- e new fiat she hai yard race, men over. If woman has Swope, first; Miss Eliza Isoll, second. Harry Miss Ilessie Guile),' Haby dres. years W. T. Arnold, first and mnethlag laid side f..r a riilny i.it. ONE BUGGY MARE, BUGGY AND HAR- Honey Irvine Hlakeman, first; first; Mrs. Henry McAfee, second anil 1.40 p. g0cond. s. and Mrs. X. T. Grow, second. Isn't Powdering Her Nose. Mrs. U II. Ilrunner, third. NESS. Special prue by llryantsville W. pretty telephniio girl limy he jiref. Fruit Departmrnt Pillow case Mrs. Owen Moreland, T. U. Ilrighfs Ilend. ernlile, hut a plain one will answer. ONE MILK COW AND CALF. Huston Trwiiserl'it Apples Feliln Grow, first; Mrs. first; Mrs. 11. C. Rose second und Mrs. Floral Department it. K. Swope, second ami Mrs, John Jesse (Julley, third. II. C- - Itose, first and; Mrs. Dahlias Big Cluster of English Snjkta, Hogan ONE SOW AND PIGS. Hand made towel Mrs. Xnylor, third. Mrs. E. II. Ilallard, second. A el inter of snnkt-- s recently found Pears J. li. Dean, first; W. K. Mallard, first; Miss Allle Mae Lou Ethel Puyider, one In Dorsetshire, Englmul, cotitnlned tit I Cosmos 25 Davis, second und Mrs. llarrioti LARD second and Mrs. C. C. Hecker, Of these rv'prtie, entry. third. Dean, third. GALLONS. Mrs. Floyd Curtis, one enAster Mrs. Joe Skinner, first; .Napkins Plums Mrs. II. M. Jeunlng, first Spsrraw Destroy Insects. Mrs. Hen Xaylor, aecond, and Mrs. J. try. slnflu pair of sparrows nml n nest FURNI- and second. AND Zinnias Mrs. Hogan Uallard, first; of A)UUII OBs eullslinieH uIhiii) :t,(l) Quinces Little liroaddus, one en- W. Lane, third. lied spread Mrs. (J. 11. Lane, first; ami Mrs. 11. A, Dawes, second. AND MANY Inseiis u week. try. Ilasket old fashioned Mowers- - Mrs. Pawpaw. lien Goines, first; Itobt. and Mrs. Hogan Ilallard, second and Hogan Ilallard, first and Mrs. 11. A. MENTION. NUMEROUS Tree Avenue of Fifty Miles. Doty, second and Hen Goines, third, third. Japan luu an areuue of trees Oft Mrs. Hen Xaylor, Dawes, second. Centerpiece school, Hickman, WatermeloM sale. known on Officers: Harry P. Edward, Pres., uillea In lasgth, isteinHiig from tho first; llryantsville school, second and first; Mr. J. W. Une, second and town of Nlkko to Xamuila. and J. W. (Julley, Sect'). Mrs. W. K. Davis, third. liuena Vista school, third. Committee on finance: X. T. Grow, Mrs. J. A. Trumbo, Handkerchief Insect Peats Olsllke Cantaloupes Uryuntsville school, J". Itice, It. D. Mc Foliage In Londoa or any place first; Mr. Hoxan Uallard, second and J. H. Edward. A. first and second. Murtry, II. C. Glass, K. L. Darker. here theru Is much soot Is usual) Combination fruits Mrs. Allle Mrs. Joe Skinner, third. Chairman of departments: Mrs. C. Mrly free from Insect esla. Quilt Miss Margaret Kobinson, Rankin, one entry. Bourne, Auct. WALKER BROS. $.1.00. Pi' Suit or Overcoat With Extra Pants $31. ilAUU HI WWW DDMIDT Jee rllUMl UlUIlIU - (iul-ley- NATIONAL WOOLEN MILLS. I mmi-jI- I'm-IU- ti Salesman: Mr. C. MARTIN I pU-eo- ti luti-mlm- entry-Tomatoe- ... - lly 10-y- Jce ;o-y- 1 j III! H.iincr j 10-K- I , x ; I the iir. !,,., 11 TWO KETTLES, CAPACITY s, HOUSEHOLD TURE TO Terms made KITCHEN OTHER THINGS TOO day of Mrs. C. A. Arnold Am