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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): October 5, 1922 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1922 cen1922100501_sn86069201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): October 5, 1922 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1922 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. THE CENTRAL RECORD. THIRTY THIRD YKAR LANCASTER. KY.. THURSDAY AFTERNOON. OCTOBER 5. 1922. I NURIIIR It. The regular monthly nieetinit of the Clell Tatum. who I to pitch for City Council convened last Monday Seek 5,000 New Members; Itlchmoml against the Louisville Colonels there on OcU 12th., twirled jtilKht, but very little business of Im Church (5 onerous Drive to lie put on in Ocportance wan brought up. the Paint Lick nine tu a hut-oDonation After allowini! the uual list of victory over tht; Dixie Ice Cream tober; Hooks of AssoHigh School football The claims against the city, other matter team from Lexington at Paint Lick Unquestionably one oi me nanu- W(.p ,.(kpn UJ, trnm added their third victory to Friday, says the Kichmnnd Register ,lM,,w f. ciation Close on their list when they swooped down on omrl piece oi stone nusonry inj Councilman Dickerson made a mo He allowed only 5 hits. The game November Cth. tin Versailles High School and took (larrard county, uthe lence or none M(m lhtt M r,.,utnl, lvlnR was a real pitcher's battle from start onf the Woodford county luils into camp wall which has been recently finished,! j,,,, Court. Stanford street and Cnmp- to finish. Tatum, however, holding ... . . , According to tigures of the Field the enemy at his mercy throughout. and stands in front or trie nw,, by thf score of 2H to 7. h Thin was a real test for Captain Methodist church at Hrynntsville, the nMi thftl tn,y Wl.n. r,rr,., , pul Service Division complied last Satur- He I sore to prove the only pitcher o day, September .10th., the Hurley Cox ami hl ntfcn and while war- girt or n rormer i..rarn county .', j0WII cllCrete pavement.. in this neck of the woods to face Associmen into the Hon. James U w nlkin, oi Lexington. An he It tl hi Grower' Tm, moton wnl j0t t(,rc(. voljnK riors i.ouisviue. rami lick scored one ,w votmjf yt.,, (jounclnun ation hns 70,000 members on its roll tally in the first and two other In city of Versatile, their eyes were Thi generous donation will live many,,,,, lim- many years a a memorial to hi (;u(). ,vnK absent. George Owens and Is planning nn active campaign the second, but from that time on startled to see no many of the ,, to sell soft for the month of October by which they were the victims ine. houses, in fact all dressed their generosity and will be admired, by ,vn, of sterling window in the Versailles High School generations yet unborn. The wall it is expected to add .',000 more mem- pitching. nt hu .)hcv. of lU,ilH.M Tatum struck out 1G of color.. Promptly nt 2:30 I' M. the 1. built of native .tone, quarried ufl)t, ,lr,.rl Hnscldcn llro. were ber to the big tobacco the men who faced him while hi Lancaster High School foothill Irani within one mile of the church, and ij granted a permit to erect n storage closing with an intensive drive the tenm cracked out eight hits in scor brought to the center or much attraction to were loaded on truck building on the rear of the vacant last week of the time given outside Ing their three run. the school building by the Versatile who visit or pa through this thriving lot adjoining their garage. A. II growers in which to sign October This was the last game which will lads and they headed by a brain band little hamlet be played by the Paint llastin A: ( o., asked that n strret .10th. to November rtth. Lick nine, e which ha As a boy, and It hasn't been very crossing be put in opposite piece, followed by of twenty-fiv- e Assistant Chief of the Field won more games than lost. their Coach "Happy Chandler team from many years ago, Mr. Watkins played place of business, they to bear one Division William Collns said that The lineup to face the Lexington team Versailles, followed by the entire on the Vreet of this village; it wu Hall or the expense, ihl was re 0B7 contract hail been signed by new was a follows: chool, formed a parade over a mile there In the old church he attended ferred to the strret committee. members the past week. Tatum, pitcher; Koop, catcher; In length. After parading over Ihe its Sunday Schools and spent many "We urge our membership to re- Lewis, first; S. Kogers, second; Gin hast driving: on Richmond street entire city Die business men anil years of his young life was reported to the council and a new their efforts to sign up the out- ter. short; Lackey, third; Dunn, left; ' He is at present one of the fore-cit- tralfic officer will be placed there to sider before November f!th.," said Hensley, center; and Ducrson, right hanks and pmfeional men of that closed their places of buslne. most cltilens of (.cxingtnn, being a arrest all violators. Mr. Collin. "The county organizaand In motor cars paraded over tl member of the firm of Smith, Watkin! tion that did such splendid work last Ten County city, and on the football gridiron, and Company and associated with Books year again will go Into the field bewhere they were greeted by some many oilier imiunnai institutions oi fore the closing date, November flth., Located in Harrods-bur- g ami good result are anticipated. fifteen hundred to two thousand peo- the lllue (irn-- capitnl Knrnllment of the Km tern Ken The members of this splendid ple, who assembled there to see Coach "It is expected that the member tucky State Normal School show a "Happy" Chandler' men try to down church; the allien of llryantsville, in every county will give their loyal !10 per cent Increase In quantity and the strong team headed by Captain and the community at large, are deep nnd will active- quality of the student body When carpenters removed the teps support to the sign-uthis year Cox, who led his men on the field, ly grateful to Mr Watkins for his from ol) .u ildtnvr in llarrodsburg. ly assist the county chairman in the over any year before. s In presenting so substantial rt.c,.ty was pUy-ng- . liberality where the bras band purchased by James J final canvas. Five thousand new of these student are high school He led on the team that went up a gilt, ami wu dare say. future gen (jri)Vll,f for purpo.,. f making members before November (1th I the graduates and will be in the college against such great odds and he Nit in erations will rise up and call him rerta, alterations a set of tax books aim of the Association and Its officers department of the institution. One the team that won the great content blessed. almost a century old were located be are confident that these will be signed third will be in the secondary de at Versiille under such trying cirsays the Harrod-bur- g and the total membership thus partment. Many of the students are the Fails neath Herald.step, Is thought the books brought to 7.ri.000." cumstnnec. It returning to complete the necessary High won lle lots and were placed there many years ago by work to secure their life diploma. Camminioncr la Take decided to receive the pig kln and Slat someone connected with the city gov Go while others are here for the first pla)ed in the Versailles territory It I suited ernment of Harrodburg. llojrle Institution pleasure time. Those of us who had the throughout the first quarter and after I that the tax rate at that time was These students have enrolled for of accompanying our dandy little many bard bucks through the VerFrankfort, K , Oct 2 The l'eo - nlt cent per hundr.'d dollars and High School team to Versuille Fri- one semester of twenty weeks, in sailles line they managed to shove ptes State Hank and Trust Company! the lists include many prominent stenil of one term of ten weeks as in the pig skin over the line for the of I'erryville. Iloyle county, will be citizens of that day, among them Itev. day appreciate the fact that all our former year. The elimination of ohool needs is some encouragement lirt touchdown Caplain Cox, as nlaced in the hands of James I. Jese Head. Ileriah McColfin. Nathan by game. the term plan save two weeks, one your coming out to the he usually does, dropped back and Lewis, state banking week of enrollment at the beginning commlioner. Stone, and other. Our next contest will be tomorent the ball between Ihe goal posts ton,orrow for l,Uidatlon made neces. of the term nnd a week at the end of row (Friday), when the local eleven Baby Boy lor an exira poim. me quarter en.l- V. W b portage in reserves. each term. The next semester will hope to take the strong High School over me goai p,.Vjhou.( deputy state banking ing wim me oaii of Mr ,nd Mrt- - Jm c Conn paMt( eleven on from Danville. The Lit- begin February 12, 1923. The ma ',nr' go to I'erryville commissioner. will team is working hard jority of the present student body me seconu quarter lounu me iuii tomorrow to uk,. t,.mporry charge The funeral of the little three tle llritain will remain for the entire year with under competent Centre College men up and down U.e field with no scoring. (lf aITjrl of ,ht ,mnk Thi, 8C. months old baby boy, Hoger llutler, and are determined to win over the many others coming at the beginning only playing the Versailles lads offjt(m w, tWcitM on nt tn,. request son of Mr. and Mrs. Ja. G. Conn, are of the next aemester. Hi School, however, the locals their feet and they were constantly f irif(.r, f . bank, was held Sunday afternoon in the The following is u list of the stu as determined and are working crying, time out. II. W Just Kev. probably will ljincuster cemetery, dents at Knstern from Garrard blue The thlnl quarter, found both teams , ,(t. Wliittaker, of the Methodist church hard in order to tie still another ,hwr ,V(..tm,.nl ,,ut all county: ribbon to their list. Uncaster going over first. J po4iu wJ ulj, , full, according conducting the service and spoke in I.ula Anderson, Kerthu Broaddus, Let's all go out and root for the when the Versailles lad caught a for- - , Mr The bank is words of tendered sympathy and .,.nvyhou.e Klsie Iirown, Thomas Jetiningv, John Hi School football team which is by pass for their first and only Ciu,ltallz.-ward II. Jennings. KHrabeth C. Kin. Mat- at 110.000, with surplus comfort, and of deepest Christian marker. The fourth quarter was the, f . .0.0no. The .lei.o.ils total f300.- - hope ami promise The spirit of the far one of the best that ever played tie Mayes, Klbert Prewitt. Hlache gridiron. Ke member on the local one Uiat brought the entire J.unch of wjth npproxlmntoly $475.-roote- little one passed to the (!od who gave that you will be able to see some of Speak and Ida Speake. to their feet, when Captain qod jit Saturday after a short illness. games to be played in KenCox threw a forward pas to Ander-Much sympathy goes out to the the best ..fficers of the Tht. ,,iri.ctr, Tankersley-Jenlci- ns tucky here in Lancaster, PltOVID-Hi)- , d son at end. catching same and on Commissioner Lewis family In the loss of this little one you show that you want them to With only a few intimate friends ning thirty yards for a touchdown. ,0llay , n,k thal thl. hnk be taken and to whom they were so affectionplay here a It costs money to bring present, the marriage of Misa Ida making the entire score stand 28 to, OVrr by the banking department. W. ately attached. such teams a the Lexington lllue Tankersley to Mr. Howard Jenkins, With only. (. KrTn u ,m.,l(1,.nt of th(. bank, 7. in favor of Unca.ter. Devils from Lexington and the Tran was consumated nt the home of Mrs- ,, 0IauJ,. ,K Mmurt r,.prfMnttiv-standina minute longer to play and the score sylvania University second team from Kate Svvinebroad, on Richmond street as above given, the Uncas-.,-,, ovIe cimnty, in the 1022 session Some very good land sale have Lexington here. Unless we have yesterday afternoon nt 2:30 o'clock, ter High School Student Manager . is cashier 0f the general been mnde in Garrard county during larger crowd we are afraid that prob Kev W. K. Kix, pastor of the Hap- It. Haselden, very politely asked the the past week. As executor of the ably ome of these contests will have tist church, officiating. "white breeches" band to play "NearHiking to late Henrietta Pendleton. W (). Itlg to be cancelled as the Athletic Direc The marriage i the happy result of er My Ood To Thee," ami this request I Two young men, Calvin Wllxin and ney sold her farm of 7f acres last tor Mr. Mclloberts says it will be too about one year's acquaintance and was granted, Saturduy at public auction to Virgil expensive to have such good gurnet courtship, both parties being well The entire Lancaster High School Frank Smith, ami claiming Connells-teaplayed wonderful ball through-- ' ville, IV, as their home, pased thru Pendleton, for $12:1.00 an acre. play here Let's nil go out tomor known in Lancaster. The bride hat oy,t the contest ami fought last Thursday. They are Thl land lies well back from the row, (Friday) at "I.:i0 und help them been the home companion of Mrs. every road, reached by gateway on Scott's oul. Swinebroad for several months, giv second of the game, the back Held J hiking it through and have Los ing efficient service, faithful In the of Cox, (nstineau Ilroth-- j geles. California, as their destination, Fork. J M. limit sold Ut acres of his Mechanicians performance of her dutes and had ers. Walker Koliinson and Crutchlield, The boys are IU ami 20 years old and endeareil herelf warmly in the heart They had perfect interference mid are making the trip as un experiment farm near Hyattsville to X. K. Ilogie Spratt and Kd of Mrs. Swinebroad. The home was Messrs. Ilrndlfv the end run and line plunges were '"id seemed to be enjoying every mile for $ toii. 00 an acre This land was fine and were highly complimented of It. They were very rompllmen-b- y bought last Monday by Mr Iliatt at Daugherty. two of Lancaster's pop artistically decorated for the occu ular nnd elficlent mechanicians, have sion, with potted flower and ferns all who saw the contest and the tary of the hospitality that had been a Commissioner' sale. formed a partnership and have rented and formed u beautiful background reason that they were able to make 'shown them since reaching Kentucky, Ihe Arnold stable for stomging au for the marriage altar. theloddlng that the old slate win true to such gain was from the fact that tomobiles and to do nuto repair work, The groom is the oldest son of line consisting of llratton, 11. (. Cox, Its reputation It had In the Kast. Messri. Hughet and McCarty, of These gentlemen need no introduc Mr. and Mrs. Kaviinaugh, Crutchlield, Kstc. (I. I), They are taking the Dixie Airline Parker Jenkin. nn enadvertising the blood- tion to the automobile owner of t Chattanooga, and left hero Stanford are ergetic nnd popular young man, and llobinson, Henry, and Anderson h ed cattle unci other stock owned by Gatrard county. They will tie pleas i. well worthy of the hand and heart We w ould like Friday morning. ed like old veterans, Harry Frye, of Hubble, in thl issue, ed to serve their old customer as he hat won. He it 2.'i years old, to miiKe more mention oi an tne the sale to be held in thi-- ' Nunnelly well us any new one who will trust while players, but we cannot because they New the bride i only It) and might Stock yards at Stanford next Wed- their work to them, guaranteeing be taken for one much younger. all played like clocks work and workThe sale of lots in the new Herring nesday. Itead account of the sale satisfaction and perfect workmanship. The belt wishes ed fine. of all go out to them Addition was quite a success, seven- and attend it if you want some of the Give them a trial Some seventy-livpatron of Lanfor a long and happy life together. having been sold publicly by bargain in the splendid lot of stock, caster, accompanied the boys to Ver- teen which will be olfered. Hamilton and Thomas last week. Impulses No More sailles. I ho lota were oM tti local pen Creech, Speake, (Sooch , Moore and On account of the extreme dry pie who will build at once and the New The Stapp were there ready to go in the weather, curtailment of the city r future looks bright for ready sale contest, but 1.. II. S. was outweigh Ilurton Stnpp, Garrard county's oil Is very Imperative and the city Cut the wire running from the for other lots that were not olTercd ed as it wn. agency power on thut day The new street runt inspector, ha taken over the station to your home und you council ha ordered that all sprinkJas. Park rcfereed the game the Trent tires, succeeding Geo, ling be discontinued until the drouth from Creamery street east, intersect for have no lights. Alexander of Louisville, hendliiiesmau In u like manner permit a vertebra is broken. This made necessary by ing It about midway between l(lch Sivinebroad, who ha recently located and they both called a good clean, These tires are making III Danville. iiiond and lluckeyt streets. in the spine to impinge on u nerve the low water at the reservoir and fair game. Their decisions were fair enviable reputations throughout the running to that part of the body, und every precaution must be used to and square. Ilradtey llourtie umpircountry. Mr, Stnpp will be pleased that part of the body ceuses to func- conserve It in caw of fire. If this Removed ed the game for Versailles to quote prices to you. Head hit adorder Is violated the marshal! is in tion properly. Friends of Miss Valeria Wliittaker, vertisement in this issue Chiropractic adjustments relieve structed to disconnect the consumer the popular ami accomodating salesthe pressure on the nerve affected from the main. lady fur Currey and Culley, will be Money and the mental Impulse Mows normallNo The fire alarm was turned In last glad to know that she Is recovering Bumper yMonday morning, caused by the ex- rapidly after mi operation Owing to proper credits not reat the 11. H. Wade, 1). C, Chiropractor, ploding of an oil stave at the home Danville hospital, where her tonsils ceived in time, there will be no monThe largest pumpkin we have seen this year was brought to thi office of Mr. Jesse Doty on Mapln avenue. and adenoids were successfully re- ey fur teacher of Garrard county Lancaster, Ky. Office hours 1) to tl A. M., und yesterday, by John T. Blanks, of the Practically no damage was done. to her this week, we are asked to state moved. She has returned 2 to 5 P. M. Hubble section. It weigha 60 pounds It. home here und will resume her duties by county superintendent J. Kvenings, Sunday and Holidays by und grew from a vine 42 feet long;. shortly. appointment. It's in our window. There will be a pie supper nt Kice OicksTsea't Caula Kaaasska Sail, BaUartl't OMUk Flour I ayr., pf aU kisvsb. Teslasi BaU lias far sal. Field Academy School House, Saturday la sack antl karrsls. Best fe cur- ksaltaful aasi skUsUsts. Try a sack Hudson & Faraau. HusUoa A Faraau. night at 7:30. HatUaa 4 Faraau. for ratlaatioa. ing asMt. HuUa A FaraaM. taslajr. THIRD VICTORY FOR LANCASTER HI HANDSOME GIFT .liimo.H li. Watkins, City Council Holds 70,000 GROWERS Paint Lick Wins LEGION ELECTS Monthly Meeting Last Game of .Season IN BURLEY POOL! of lxinKton OFFICERS Dr. J. E. Kdwnnis Elected Post ut Swamp Vermillion HI by Score of 2H to 7 I'rertunt.i Hrynntavlllu Commander; H. M. dows Re-elect- Mea- AdjuCom- tant; Four Vice manders Klected Grrat Prospects for Ihe Ntw For The American Lefion The regular election of the officer for the Heldnl Sanford Post No. 35 wa held nt the post club rooms Tuesday night and the following named IcKionaircs of this county were elected by unanimous vote: Dr. J. K, Kdwards was elected Pint Commander nnd that he will make one of the bea Commnnder the Post has ever had goes without saying. The newly elected Commander has always been an ardent worker and supporter of the local post and in hit talk thanking the member for the honor bestowed upon him, said "that he was going to put forth his every effort to make this post not only one of the best post in the State, but the best one." We heartily congratulate the members of the Heidal Sanford Post class in electing such a fine high Christian gentleman a Dr. Edwards to lead the old "war horse" through the next year. Mr. K. M. Meadows was Post Adjutant, he having served "one hitch" and did so in such a pleasing Year , ,, ..,,., I Ser-vic- , Century Old Tax Garrard Students at Eastern p Two-third- ,,. , - PerryvileBank 0rr Let's go-n- , , .holder ,, rs 1 run-calle- g Garrard Land Selling J-- j as,-mbly- California m j Expert manner that the vets thought it best not to "wap horse in the middle of the stream." With thit pair great work will be accomplished by the local Post. Messrs. J. Wade Walker, Thos. K. Price, Cha. Land and Fred Sutton were elected the four Vice Commanders nnd with thl quartette the Post Comamnder may rest asured that he will have the backing to the limit us these gentlemen nil expressed themselves a going to assist Commander Kdwards in his undertakings and that they were at his service td "command them. Messrs. Henj. Woods and Klmer Miller were elected Post Finance Officers and Master At Arms respectfully and will make good in their new honored positions. Rev. Willie P. Rogers, who is so much admired and loved by every citiren in Gurrard county wa elected by standing vote in his honor as Chaplain of this Post. Mr. Rogers has always taken an active part in the Legion and whenever the time presents itself, one can always be assured that Rev. Roger will more than do his part in assisting the other officers of this Post, Commander Edwards outlined very briefly his work that he hopes to do In a very short time put into active work und if he carries out only one-haof hi great undertaking, he will make by far the bett Commander the local post ha ever had. The American Legion i here to stay. It is an organization of the service men for the service men and by the tervice men, and it behove them to do everything that I within their power to get right in line and put their shoulder to the wheel and assist these newly elected turn the old wheel until they have accomplithed the great work that it ahead of them. Mr Service men, let's all full in and lf I work. Harry Frye Sale Commander Kdwards announced last night that his executive committee would; be appointed within the next few days. ' play-'Sout- Leases Repair Shop Kinnaird Ilrother have leased the mechanical department of their garage to Messrs. II. L. llalley and Frank Ray, the new firm taking charge last Monday morning. These gentlemen are expert workmen and any work entrusted to them will receive their personal attention. I Addition Opened e Mental Tire Agency Are Secret of Health Sprinkling wn-te- District Meeting Much preparation are being made of the Ninth IMstrict of the Christian Endeavor which con. veins in lincuster, Saturday and Sunday, October 2Ut. and 22 ml. An Interesting und Instructive program Is being urrunged and will be publish for the meeting Tonsils ed later. Small Blaze Teachers Pumpkin Court of Claims The Garrard County FUcal Court ha been In sesalon several days thit week pasting off the several claims that are being presented. No other buaJnea of importance wilt be taken up at thl session. Liata ia karraU aatl sacks, Port, Iaa4 Cesssal, Saasl aatl Rock. Hasiaaa 4 Faraau. Ab-ne- r. Pic Supper Th Central Record, Lancaster. Ky., Thursday, Oct 5, 1922 or 3 Cans 2 Baking Powder of Are Net Werth the Price of One If they are the "big can and cheap" kind because they may mean baking failures. 1 CALUMET the Economy BAKING POWDER Don'tletaBIGCAN or a very low price mislead you. Experimenting with nn uncertain brand is expensive money. because it Wastes time and are over 150r greater than that of any other baking powder. The sales of Calumet THE WORLD'S GREATEST BAKING POWDER American Legion New Veterans of the world war expect to ii-- one of the heaviest ring battles of the year when Bob Martin and Captain Bob Roper fight for the heavy weight championship of the Amercian Legion in New Orleans, October 16th. Martin won the championship of the A. K. F. and Roper bested all corners among the force which remained in this country during the world war. The thousands of Legion members assembled here for their national convention will be evenly divided in their support of the two lighter because the Legion include both A. E. F. and cantonment sol-'die- Martin and Roper have met three times, twice in "no decision bouts and once when Roner won on noints. Both are contenders for the world's! It will be the Army ve rsu the Navy title and it I probable that the winwhen Fay Keiser and Happy Littleton ner at New Orleans will get a bout d stage a tif decision fight with Demnsey. Uoper bears the unu.tual record of for the middleweight championship of never having been knocked out, al- the American Legion during its na. though in his 58 fights he has tackled tional convention, at New Orlcan pome of the best men in hi division. Oct. lGth. Legionnaires wno were in the Army During he fought 17 battles, losing to Al Roberts, Martin Burke, are backing Keiser, while Littleton's r Ian O'Dowd and I'at McCarthy, win- supporters include thousands of "gobs." ning on point from Homer Smith, knocking out Jim Griffin, Carl Mor Keiser ha an enviable war record. ris, Frank Moran, Bill Reed and Alj As first sergeant, he led his company Roberts and lighting n draw with over the top at Montfaucon and was Battling Lt'Viniky. He also fought i wounded in the shoulder shortly after bouts with Martin, Wig-- J going into action. He refused to regins and Scmadcr. turn for first aid mid stayed with his Genera! Pershing proclaimed Mar- company, applying for treatment only tin the "mightiest fighting man of! after his unit had attained it obforty million fighting men." Mar-- 1 jective late in the evening. tin's record bear out this statement Keiser fought Bob Martin, A. K. F., aa he ha delivered S3 knockouts In heavyweight champion for the title at 'J7 battle. he Olympic games m Paris ami gave tern-rounfor-mei Martin has whipped all the prominent contenders for the World's title except Brrnnan nnd Roper. He lost to Brennan at New York in 1921, but hi work has been steadily improving since that timeand it is probable that he is now Brennan' master. In 10-- 1 .Martin fought ! bouts, losing one to Brennan and one to Keiscr. He drew with dipt. Roper, knocked out Martin Burke, Joe Cox, Gunboat Smith and Frank Moran. The fight will be a 15 round decision bout, the main go will be proceeded by three fast preliminaries and ten round semi-finlocal boys. Promoter Al Pilsbury will supervise the match which will be held in the Louisana Auditorium. A crowded house is certain and those desiring the witness the fight would do well to wire the Legion Home here for reservations. she's left these ittrt. , "Yiu remeiiilHT Freddy IjiuMo, who The largest parade ever held in married Stilro UiiitirW daughter) New Orleans will be seen October (mxhI l.rtirtiil fellow lie wns, but wild, n Ml couldn't relst women, lie lindii't loth., when 0,000 member of the Uiti in.irrleil mere than u year American Legion in column of pla. Mrs. Itlntnui nnd lie well, 1 don't toon march down Canal Street in re- wunt to s'iik Imrd of uny one, iut It view during the Legion notional con- wn easy to see how tiling lay those two. vention Jit New Orleans. Oscillated with Nearly 100,000 visitor and dele- inch other from the start, they were, r Mn. Laurie cr lug her eyes gate are expected to attend the con- noil vention and fully one-haof them out In the Ijiurle pUiv. ! "Night ufler night h'd drivwill have on uniform and join in ing u Ion I with Mrs. Illntoul. Pmldj the parade. More than 100 bands wiimi'I more thnii tlilrl), nnd she must will be scattered throughout the lime levli tort)' If she wn a duy. parade in which they will be judged though she didn't lo.iV. It. Infatuated for the national convention band they were, hut she whs inoro Intiitu-ntiwith htiu thitn he wu with her, contest. A cenotaph commemorating the 1 guess. soldier dead will be erected on the I "You know when u woman gets to nil le partiuct of Canal street directly op me urotiiid forty, up In the tire of youth tier itgulii. I to hum posit Gold Star mothers' tribune at ,.,. ull,1M,,Uy ,'llHtrM, f wmcn an ten-runwin pay inuu.c B Mr. UllittKll had She whs to their fallen comrade with u sa- - eruiy about htm from the tlrsl, nnd It lute as the column paws It. The! wns Hint that attrurteil til la. route of the parade will cover a dis-- J Tint wns wheti she began cemliii tance of approximately four milet 111 '"'" to bine l.rr fact- - massng.l. ,ll,1"'t .Uh f.ur,y' ,,u, an.l the head of the column is ex-- 1 way ins aiiMmneiy no way in which pected to reach its destination beI. woman of forty ran look like n girl fore the rear guard ha passed the of They nil think the) stand. reviewing mil, though' Mr. Itlntonl looked ttve Legion state departments wdl yiars younger than she wns, hut she march in order of their gain in mem- had little line ahout the corners of bership during the last year, led by a brr eje and mouth, she liailli t the guard of honor consisting of men llrmiiess of lle.li that a young woiiinii drawn from the army, navy und na- has. Ami the mnuirtii helttl some. hut It didn't bring hack )outh, tional guard. Percentage of in"Matty wn with tne then you crease will be announced by national her? That mil. dark girl who headquarters in time to place depart was mi giNHl at manicuring She got ments in their proper position in the Iri.iully wlili Mrs. Itlntonl, and Mrs column. Foreign war veterans who! Illntoul ueil to confide In her most are not atriliated with the Legion will' everything, sine that she neer liule Uiurtes imme. Then be in line in order of ther country's' .Mntty tolcl her about the doctor Hint entrance nto the war. inde a pi1alty of taking out writikles by oirtliig. "Of roursv thin' rrally the onl) You enil lunssngv ! riiiaiient rtire. A racking hut the linen wtll ulmi) nnd luasi-ak'hack again unless you take a , iiHiie lis of the loon.- - skin away and I tighten the whole face up. That biIvImiI nnd Mrs. Iltnto'll I whnt Mutt) tell tor it. 1 of Matty's) "Not good huslnes told her so. 1 reckoned It cost me ten dollur n week, what with the and the hair dressing. Mutty was a fool tn a way but un)how the harm Found lies! Rate to Sen! Wheat wns done, "Mr. Illntoul wmt to lr. Iherlng. Plantings made at the rate of nv Cnllid IdtiiM-l- a doetor, though 1 gue peck of seed an acre have given the he neer saw the lindde of any ineil' school, Why, they're not allow best whe.it yields on the Kentucky leal to operation utiles for Agricultural Experiment Station to heard. However, lie knewslckne. his JJi farm where experiment have been till right. There plenty of foolli.li conducted for many years to deter' women III till town lie's nratoit on and mine the best rate of seeding in Ken' lit two liundroil and fifty nple' tucky, according to K. J. Kinney, n chanced their face so that )oud member of the station agronomy de hlinlly kl.ow they Were the same lf He ha since defeated Martin at Bon-th- r champion close run for the belt, ton a well a Herman Miller and Bay Mc.Millinn. Littleton' war record Is also good. He served four years in the Navy a a first rln. seaman. He was on the tattleship Louisiana and served on two mine sweepers in the North Sea. While in the Navy, Littleton defeated Howard Trembly, Atlantic Fleet henvyw right champion. Littleton has fwight Joe Chip, Battling Ortega, Itilley Shade, 11 eb Roper and Chunk Wiggins. siUllillMIIUIIII i r Vffffffirn nn 1 In the Beauty Parlor Br JOHN PALMER riiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiii? (.'(I III hi. Ilia. W.i.r N.wir.r I'sltia. "Wliut, Mr.. Itlnioul) Her that used to toine tn here to IniTe her fare Fine pretl) nearly every day looking woman slie was, wnsnt she) Yes, there u story iitiout tliBt, Mid I don't tut nil telling It )ou, now Hint inns-suc- BOARS BRED IN OLD KENTUCKY Ituy a DIXIE BRED BOAR to cross on your Knult sow anil watch tin result. Don't take a chance jret a DIXIE Ktinrnntee with every boar. IS BIG RUGGED FARMERS' BOARS AT FARMERS' PRICES. 9 Dixie BROS. & Stock SANDERS J. LANCASTER, , M. AMON. PROP. Farms. KY. Larg Cfylon Snail. Ceylon are to tie found snails which attain n length of from four to five Indies In Satan's Advantagt. "Conscience has n still small voice." said Uncle Klien, "hut old Satan ue n megnphotie." Flrat Amsncan Locomotlv. Ileal KrUml, the tlrt iiecessful iV. rtimolUe hullt In .Mnerlra, linik It first ' apln almost century ago. . Couldn't Pronounce "Fl." r xas th- - one which eollhl not protioiilirr. Iefnothelie true of uiiitr'ti wn al Ilil Aristotle The ,.,,iit '.!' "Tarmer Csorge." (Jii-riwa n name r of his to Ill similarity l u fnriut r In ilres. manners and trf.te "l arnier . ili-ti- l- r'" Improvts Csitln Gluts. The aildllloo of rp4r salts to glue lui ht-- EspUnatlon. A tnuKuilue writer sajs nearly all great nun an- - silent. That m.iy b the way they cm their repututlon. Kicbnnge On their t ii fitml to Increase it. ttiotstiire and make thetn more itHluMe Iron Sinds Put to Good Ut. elletit tjuallty I now Iron of N'ltig made from the lrtn saml that alxMind on the .h.-r..f New tnlAnd. !( tin unit of OH'I llwre are i tiilllli tis of ton of (I .ml, hilt It Is onl iliiiinc few year that It ha lx i (nt The long tltM- - l nsk to I, me !'! Cicrllent Advice. ml.e ' it I llrld.'etrt 'ost kt Sn lle hninliil nut In n ' i pu-r." that you won't nit f the frr '. '( NICE ter. CITY RESIOENCE FOR SALE I'f'-dd- - I winlt to .sell privately, my residence on Danville Avenue, just otit.sidc the City Limit. in Lancas- rcushneK MENTH0LATUM chafei it away. .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, 102.1. Those desirinjr to look over property may call me over Paint Lick phone 11-- liius-siU'- Six Pecks an Acre CLARENCE QREEN. Friendship Mutt Bt Ollnd, friend I one who knows low l nd worthies you i,ncue a ttnrn. A ilot--.n- f t- I'e Old Cuttcm Kept Up In Holland. In II- ll ir I It sti t the fn.hlon for ImlH . to the ihilntv china and slher after tea or htvnkfaM In Ihe I'lesence "f l e f.noll uml guests. - wh Mentioning No Names, Of Course. Mllli , lot of people Tlie know the eUent Is llmt the -nt ami of their Icimmn-eiery to fltiil out. effort to enable 11 tl-- n'l '., e n-.- l WE HAVE A FEW s Weber Wagons on hand which we arc closing out at $35.00 less than factory prices today. If you need a wagon, now Is your chance. Becker & Ballard ! BRYANTSVILLE, KENTUCKY. i partment. This amount is sufficient in nearly all cases but to sow lest than six peeks nn acie is only ad visable where the soil is extremely rich or the seeding made very early In the season. The statement wa made in response to score of imiuir les being received at this time of the year from farmer in all part of the state who are making preparations for wheat planting. ''.Some years, live pecks of seed an acre have given yeilils just a large a tfio-- - obtained from six peck of seed but in no case have the yields from the smaller amount of seed been largnr. On very rich tobacco land, four pecks of seed an acre occasionally have wsven yields ii large as those from other rates of seeding. However, on corn iand where wheat does not stool mi readily, seeding made at a lower rut than six pock an acre practically never have given yield U,te u large as those obtained from six peck of seed nn acre. "Occasionally, In very severe winters, seven to wight peck nn acre have given larger yield than those obumiod from six pecks an acre. Kentucky farmer often sow five peck an acre, or even n bushel n tobacco land. Under most conditions, this) rate of seeding will give practically a full crop. It i true that whout will stool out extensively when sown thin but i more likely to straw fall in such easeand seldom yield u well. Seven peck to the acre probably would be advisable if the wheat is to bo pastured to a extent. "The much advertised M'eck-to- . the Acre', or Mavelou wheat, claimed by it introducer to give full yield when sown at the rate of a peck or two to the acre, when seeded at tin rate on the station furm huj given )ields from four to eight bushels an acre Irs than were obtained when nix peck were sown to the acre. Two peck an acre of eed from this variety have given an av. erage of .!5 bushels an acre white nix peck have giren approximately 30 bushels." e ieiiple. VHUges Afloat. Itt tie llrltth .VtiMli Sea ttMng Why "Orother Jonathan." t for are estj( M.(M men and frnUetitly Hie Miutar ".rt' h Ih.( h Jomillutn." these laiut for jx rfitlly startling. rhe said Mr. tits the ('tilled StalliHiiny weeks or een iiH'iitht Their tool Imdti't u line In her fan JuM u owed ll orlcln - Washington's Jona-thaare sent to Hirt h Heato mr-rlemid aide ! tinp stiKNith n a hull)'. laord, what some W I'l it and iln-i- r 'i'niliihilll In ,ry iwoinoli will do whsii they're Itifatu say, "We ti. ost r fer H e matter to tlioi.. .,ii, 1.4 w,.r,. , , f,,r .j,,,,, with a mull! n it ti.nu v tl.it i" 'The duy eaine when she wus out. Itrother Of course I'redd) 4utie didn't know whnt she'll Im.ii doing, lie thought she wa III with grippe, and eery day he was urotind there wlili flower mid Hior Mr. I.iurle crying up at the l.atirle plaiv. "It wn Mrs. ItlntoulV maid told Matty what happened when they tint Young IJiurle start-- at her as If slio'd turneil hlmk. '1 didn't seem to reeog-rit- e you soicehow,' the muld heiint ust tliut. Tliat him ny. "St And Mrs. Illntoul turneij a white n a ghost, uml soon after Mr. Iurle mine 5? way. 'They met once or twice ufti-- tliut, was ut un end. but tlielr Whui I saw Mrs. Itlctoul I saw what You see, het'orn the hnd liapMnrl. m Pt -- 5:v 0ieriltloii she'd beeti II te-- I THAU After It well. eerjlhilig wiilfiun, .ss trnsn. wn illfferent Iter wtth her smooth, She l ahy fine und tier inutlire figure Jmt the wn a woman of th!rt)-tlvsame nothing could niter tliut ; but her fiict dlilu't lit. "So I don't uihlse piy customer to The first of the month ii "pay day" the bill time anything t do with Are in, and your creditor wants his money. tt-r- "Mrs. Itlnloul went to Mm, anil after that she stayed home for two wiek, wall Int; for the toir to heal. The) i tniiko the cut under the Imlr, know. Matty wept UJi to the boue , to M'o her while Mfte wu ( oinali-M-lliesliv brought bmk was and the Km way Monarch Net Supcrttltioui. ,,f I'rtitwv a1-.- iel in- - a title loiiteliua ilio-- e I. 1.1 tlo- - 121th taking am iiuriMiit letter Hlnl al f the umntla far Why Most Was Absent. Note rort'lviil by u New York teacher "Kindly eiUliae my son Most- from hHttc one accrlgale ilay nlent. I'nr why hl iHiither hottig shk. he IhiiI to .i.irll In the hH-- r i'rettSHl, -- o kimMy utlgy htm fur io-- t eotnlng once ttay to stlstwl." Ctenltur 'Iran-sertpt. ti. reirt 1 Itr-'lh- ,.r t- t'l n cm-h- iitl lii, r. ,, The iT'V.I i X fJa x. ull-J- r 0F THK aweet-looklli- e munrn k Aa Zzr' ' v u) lr, A ProfiUt)l A Rust. wan walking up when lie saw duntUt friend at some shirt 1,1 h show window. Jy.t then u panhnlidler stepped up to tte dentist nnd hefun to nnrmel u hard luck ory, To the plislclun' Hie dentist lifted his hand In hi ear nnd suld, rajslng hi voice considerably ; "llow'n that? You 11 have to sjienk I'm Imrd of hearing," The louder. panhandler hurried away, grumbling to himself. The tdiyslclnn walked up nnd lidd Id hand on the dentist' "Jim." he said, ")ou seem boulder. phslclan Suppose you had to pay your bills with cash what an endless amount of work, even where the payments are all in your own city. But our bank saves you. You write a check for each hill enclose them in envelopes, mail them to your creditors, do a little bookkeeping on the check-boostubs and your task is completed. Our bank saves you time and money, at the same time affording you safety. to htoe ear trouble." "No, perfectly nrtswl, wa the re "Hut tliat cup wa a iroFt ply. loul, and 'pliyuaf dear I the beat way I kaow to get rid of that kiuV CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK. ThCntrAl COMMISSIONER'S " j Record, Lancaster, Ky.. Thursday Oct 5, 922 1 1 j MORNING AFTER By EDNA WILLI SWIFT f n IK I SALEOF LAND CAKKAHI) SPECIALS Mens Scout Shoes White and Brown Come to our SPECIALS Boys Chinchilla HMNE When AppHed in KILLS STRIPED BEETLE a Mixtura It Has in Florence CIKCUIT rt l, COUIIT rinintllT, M 10 Mr. Id- lf ICII I N.)'aI 1. a. Defendant. rt nl. Pursuant to a Judgment rendered at the August Term, 1U22, the Commissioner will sell at public auction to the highest nnd best bidder on the premises In (.arrant County, Kentucky, nl ten o'clock, A. M., or thereabout, on SATURDAY. OCTOHKU 7th., 1022, the real estate mentloncil In the; pleading nnd described a follow In Garrard County, Ky , and on the water of Scott' Fork. Ilegin-nlnat n port at S, W corner of Itanlen fence on top of ridge, West of Mike Simpson's houe ami in line of land of Lewis Simpson; thence h. S; W. 4.2.1 chain to a locurti S. 104 W. 4..12 chain to n port on top of n ridge; thence ilown n ilrain, S. 23W, V H.t'.fi chaint to an ash; S. 27 W. center of W. 3.H5 chains to the branch, corner to Heather Itav; tnence with hi line down the brnnc h, ritlt iti meander. S G2, r. - J" chain to an elm; S. 33. K 3 chain, g Vs. Marion Hurt, - tlfe. Ill fiire iIiomiiI atTertluliiite inllierii. Jet III uoril, Mli.'ll the)' ciiine, KHte eldi'iie of tin' iiiiwn.Tre.1 triillifnlii)' of a liulmiid of IT. jear itiinttli.ii. tin Ir liMikeil arroM lie Indie nt $2.19 1 ")ll Ml "Mnrln," In Mid calmly, liMik like a plck.il Kllll," u Jiiil In "Iff1 face reKlrt.-re- l every day Sweater Sale Overcoats $4.98 leen Found Effective Protecting Plants. POISON ACTS AS REPELLENT lIlNllattloll. Im . wliai?" iruopt-d- . Her liiil.und etpliiiiilln enrrie I mi iih..i'i r ton.'. "Nun, lii t rullle up Iciiilu ilnir I .tl.lt. t m. u. iin.illiliit. .I.'iir Jimi an old mi)Iiie e llHll ill. Ull ll.llll.' Mil. 'II llll)lllie tll lir.il And ji.ii nii tlr.il, urin'l ton, iir r. .Ma ri In- - .Mr. Itlalr r IkIi.iI .nrr.nl, In iiiMiMlute Mriiii. ui.ir l. joii ..iiil.-r- . lUil.y .Mr Itlulr f.ilil.il hi luipkln li.wly 'Hun, In tin- - Hirifiiiiii- - niiimi.'r of a limn fin I liltlierl.. iiiikinn.ii In llii uldrllin; unrld. uml ep.i mily l Id lfe, lie replied "li. )ou r." ull.' Mi.rln. Unit fur the IiikI IT. ).'Hl, of a f.' mlvrly ullli Hi.' week, J.m liae he'll 'nil III.' jW CUT) itiortiliik', M'lidliii; me uuiiy nltli it m Til rn) I urn.' Buy Where Prices ARE LOWEST Judge our ability to save you money by investigating tlie values to be had in our stock. Merchandise found here is always sold to you at the LOWEST PRICES and by salespeople trained to give you SATISFACTORY SERVICE. 5 BIG ECONOMIZERS IS OUR AIM AND THESE Men's Blue Work Shirts .59cts. 'Men's Blue Polkadot Shirts 59c WILL GET IT. Men's Cordovan Hose 9cts. PRICES 19cts. Men's Suspenders Men's Shirts, with collar, One Lot Boys' Light weight Light Colors 50cts. Union Suits 29cts. VOLUME Insect Makts Its Apparnc Suddenly and In Largs Numbsrs and Ssrious Injury May Hssult If Application Is Ntglectsd. 01 Aincui.vr. i Nicotine sulplmto, when nppll.il In h mlxtur.) with a dust, ha been found by the bureau of entomology of the United Stnte I'pnrtmnt of Agiicul turn to protect joung cucuniN'rs, melon nnd relnted crops successfully from the rmim.'i nf tin strl'.l cucumber beetle. Department Circular 221. "Mcollne I lust for Control of th Ktrlpe.1 fiicuniber lU'etle." liy W. II. White, scientific assistant In truck-cro- p Insect linestlgatlons, recently Eire the result of various experiment nt aVrllmttoii farm and direction for preparing nnd nppljlnif the dust. Amount to Apply. coninlnlne 4 A dut mixture a cent nicotine proved as en"e.-tlcontaining greater amount, and tlio- - (Pr.prt br th L'nlt.4 MUlax Dtrtm.M talim; branch, corner to Harrison Kay; thence hl line up a ilrain; N -- 14. K. 5 chain. N 13'., K. I.Urt chain to an elm; N. 17, K. I.H2 chains to a locust. X. r.24. K. O.'JQ chain to a locust; X. 16. K. .'.II chains to a port; thence S. 7K4, L. iH'4, Iv I0.H0 chain to a port, corner of acre sold to l.uther Simpon: thence with hi line X. i, K. 1.28 chain to a point In a spring branch; thence up said branch. X. HI. W. 4 chain, X. 7fi, W. It chain to a stake in branch near a spring; X fill. W. 2.77 chains to a black walnut; thence up a hill. X. 17, K. 7.3H chain to a stone on top of n mice; thence down the ridge. S. fit), K. 2 27 chain. S. 714, chain to K. 7.73 chain. S 37. F. 3 elm, in rtone fence. S fill 4. K ft.KO chain to a point in center of Scott' Kerk; thence down the creek, X i. to a point in creek; F.. 7.5 chain corner of 1 acre sohl to Nema Kart; thence with her line, along a clilT X. 12 H. W. II 2S chain t a sycamore under aiil clilf; thence N 17 4. K 2 chain to center of rrerk. thence .town creek with it meander. N. 12. 1 L S 12 H, K. H. It chain; S 32 R.75 chain; S. M; K I chain; S. 50, K. I t7 chain to a point in Miillf Win. iiiil.il knew I heller? my Hi I Mr. Ill.ilr OF BUSINESS "lli'ic inoriiliia.. n ..ii lir.'iikfu-- mcMliiii. Tlier.' I I.tciy ilnrlni: t km.. f.MMN. kiiminer iii.nilli cut only niiot.iil ,r iil.lutely iii. uml ..( jour rlalm: Jut to oil at Hie I'l'i-.-l- li' idile of the tnt.le lit nit- Unit I KlilrlHTli.'. li.'l me. Mitrli. ' I I. Maria did. Il.t .nntliiii.il reiiiclj In Hie il.ii.l.il tlmt Hi.. p uurld fur ..ii l natiin So tuiirr..u moniliii: rtKioicr liiipre-.will mi ) our miImmh mind, li.iilk'lii. the furt Unit It - i I it , .... I i p.li.C "li tin iitlnli. all. I Ix'tifte me .Marin, till- - r I "III .1.. .m itmr. III the I tl.au all Hi.- - M'n-lmi. rM nnd .Klcii up ultli to.ixpilti-- ln klm: the .'..nifort of n limnr Wlmt ) .1.1 j.rtl til) V Marin, from fun. of ltnl.lt and ntxo i to ke.p III.- - In'n..-- , t.illilt.-.- l Tlx- - in iiiornlnc .Mr lllnlr ,liiin'.il One Lot Men' Tim . 9c 50c Men's Underwear He m.iiiit u.'ll W. 10 chain: X. .'.7. W 13 chain. l.llili.'lv out of Bath Towels, 20x40 inches, 21c Boy' Sweater .75c a ir.""! iiii.ii Hut nun . Hr ).'. ttt a pom! in X. 31t. W. 3.77 chain Ready-mad- e Peperell Sheets W. W ii and k lu .lniit.tl.--H- ! renter of creek, rorner t One Lot Dret Shoes, Cor2 yds. wide by 2 Vt yds. leaving the creek Iiat.- - lienrd till reiimrk of ancient ! Simpson; thence $1-1dovan. Rubber Heel, $2.98 Ill- - f.Hit linn.' In rmitiict tinliii;.-- . ami with Simpson'. line S. 10, V. 9 lone -- -chain, S. IC. W. S.fil chain to a ttltli ii pin lr..pHi t.n tli.- - tt.M.r by In a ilrain; thence ill. the ilrain, point t.lii.- .'IHliiry f tin- etll one lie S .2, K. 2 chain to a buckee, S. 21 .mlltnl it In." I Hint hi. ill. I liute iittuk- to a port, corner of iia'.l (tie V. 2.fH chain ..iil. Mr Itlulr rut Ih.Ii u W. W. Simpson anil l.ewi Simpson; riclit Id n hiir-llHer with Lewis Simp'on S 7, V thence I. lit lniiii.illiit.-lM.tlic tier tt.71 chain to the beginning, con"It notlilne. Murla - ui.tldiia.' JuM taining 10'J.32 acre, more or less. LANCASTER, "MORE FOR CASH KENTUCKY. l .Mid in) r.H.t a little The purpoe of said ale i to ' the net proceeil arising from Mr lllalr alil ale among the Joint owner Into tlie .Maria"' Hut of nnwlii-r.thereof, plaintiff ami defendant, ac- mm ' Her tnilnnd' x.ilie broke In cording to their respective interest. ii.ii - dream- - "The milk ' Width botTKHMS. i.iirnV tle CUNNS CHAPEL Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Anion are re The sale will be made on n credit She told him. leepll. '.n) t litlitS ceivinc congratulations unon the ar of six anil twelve month, and the cl-- e Jt.ii uniit to know?" Mrs, Arthur Dailey was a guet of rival of a beautiful little daughter, purchaier will be required to execute -No. nothlni:. Sit lio to And Turning lo Highway TramporUtion ecurity.t for bond with approved Mrs. Mgc Hurt Sunday night. born Sept. 23rd., christened Mary lie. and tlie 11. HtrotiK ttciiry tta ,U. nrfi.. tiAVahle to W liitlii.-n..of the Nation is f the That th' liuim.that nature Mis .Myrtle Hyrd has returned Katherine. Hrown, Matter Commissioner, due nir;iin ui'ii, turning mure ami more to highway home after a wck viit with her in six and twelve month respectiveMrs. I'rentis Walker and daughters, ly, with InteVert at ix per cent per lor a few mllillte, honeter Once transportation I inilicate.l l.y statis- sister. of Lancaster, Mr. A. C. Miles, Mr. annum from date until paid, having hvhIii a reull-l- lr ti.lre woke her. tic on a e registration the force and effect of n Judgment, "M.irln, tthrlt- - do )..ll keep the Mr.. (Catherine Anion was a guest and Mrs. Hubert Carter and son, of upon which execution may issue, and urn l.'.l milk? Surry l wake jou, but 1 of July Nt.. compile.! by the Hureuu of Mr. and Mr. J. M. Anion Inst Uuckeye. were guests of Mr. and Mrs, upon the land Itoa.U of the Untte.l State of 1'ut.lic a lien will be retained tau t rind It." week. W. U. Kay Sunday. until the purchaic money I paid. Department of Agriculture. "i n Jin- - niuiiil -- In If, il.'nr, ttltli W. II. Hrown, Matter Mr. John Land and sons, spent the of patvnger car, taxi, bussiSimhU. I in ..ii )nii euti Mis Tinllu Gillum and Mr. Jesse Garrard Circuit Uml It, or hall I upT AkhIii tlie es nn.l motor truck totaled 10,020,-t- pat week with Mr. C. S. Koop and McCulley were united In marriage by Court. 1 on thl .late, an increase of 157,-I7- Mis Cora Hoop at Carters ville. neirittlte aiitter. the M.fily upoken I.. - Walker, Attorney for 1'lff. Hew J. F. Trice nt his home at Uuck ''Sir and the ethi.rlatli.n to olcep. which I a healthy growth, at the Capt. Am liourne, Auct. Mrs. Kobcrt I'aron and children, eye, Sunday, Sent. 24th. These - tiorrlfyliu: Hut lid dreaiu ttaflmt half of the year i the season for have been guests of Mr. and Mrs. young people have our best wishes) fit She tta regixtration of new vehicles. Win. Hyrd near Crab Orchard. for a happy voyage together on Life's M. S W.iiitd no one Mite her? Then li.' iit The surprising fret, however, ii, .Mr anil Mr. Harvey Teater and a. the bride is a daughter of Mr. l.olt uprlelit in hut. her 1 (17.17 1 increase in reg-- i family and Mrs. Lou Klla Murphy , and Mr. Geo. Gillam nnd the groom mlii. I IU:iter She heard tnnt of the constitute.! were guets of Mr and Mr. Charlie i the elatter and hunt: of many chiih a istrution; motor truck the eldest son of Mr. am! Mrs, ltr.,701. ugninst sr.,0.10 pasengerl Murphy Sunday. remark In her liiiOmiid'- - tnl.t- - tint DENTIST j Louis McCulley. 5,4 III taxi ami liues, III polite mm'U'I). Wllilt tt.itlld car and Tli Carrara1 Bash. Offlc -- nlte III the think? mean 37. the people cut.' tt fcmer iii.hmI- -, ii if Thi cent of an increase of ofover I'Soa.. Of ! B. Mot. nlttii) ) ).. the number motor per KENTUCKY. LANCASTER. he llt.il In the tt llilerii.'- -. She r.iieli.'d truck at the beginning of the year I the d.Hir ttlieii -- In- tta oiiiifrnntiil by FiguresiireH.it nvrulable to shew, her liiinhiiiid. what part of the increase of S, I t'l. r; "(io hack t lil. deiir ii prom-li1 the taxi and liiul I only kii.nk.il d.'ttii ii cuii or nearly per cent. de cil We Do Not Sell Merchandise at Cost But at a Mighty Small Margin. 't Ix-- d pr..'. In-u- Cucumbsrs of Uniform Sits Rssult If Vlnts Art Olvan Propsr Atttntlon. h therefore recommended. efnil ounce to the hill fective for one application. Th dust acts as a repellent and also kills tha beetle when they come Into contact with It. When applied properly It drltes the Insects from the cracks In I One-fourt- to one-lm- lf 1 n; fi-- .l. y R.H. BATSONS CASH STORE the soli kn.M-k.'.- " Typs of Effective Oustsr. duster that wilt throw a good vol ume of dust quickly and forcibly to prevent tho beetle from escaping by A - Nation's Business " - .Ir.-nii- motor-vehicl- flight should be used. A cheese-clot- h type of dussack or knapsack-bellow- s ter Is effective on small areas. The dust must be applied as soon as the plants sppcnr above the ground, so that they are well covered. The Insert makes Its appearance suddenly s'nd In ist-cnumber! and serious dam age may result If this application is neglected. Department Circular 224 may be obtained free upon application to Is United (States Department or Agriculture. Washington, I). C e Hegi-tratio- n MARRIED MEN BEST WORKERS Chsnose for Securing Employment en Farm Are Less) Than SO Per Cent for Single Mtn. If you want a Job ou a furui your chances of getting It arc slightly better than . per cent If you are married, and slightly less than fc per cent If single. Hut If you'ro married and haio children your chances are around 45 jht cent. The United States Department of Agriculture has found that, of 1,201 farm Jobs advertised In eastern farm papers from 11)20 to ll22, single men were wanted In IW7 Instance, and mnrrled men In tut instunce. In It'.H cases the social requirements were not atnte.1. Of the udvertlsementM f.tr marrle.1 men children spccltlrally were not wanted In St Instance. Children wen. wunted or wen penulvtlble In 14 In- Com-miion- -- ct ielte T r. I HATFIELD recl-terli- ii: or KtlUc l' J. A. Beazlev t ttte I'lea-- e. roiiM-nted- Murln'" , Ami -- Murl.i MINERAL DIRECTOR Otllre Over Xational Hank. Itetldence I'hone 3. Olllce I'lione 27 l,ANCASTIltt KY. tteiirlly Inbarel) time, hi.tteter. 'lhl r.'.iilnil the lti ttheit j tcrrlftliia. hi .mil tin .'.lii-ltImlid- . lem.irk - tnlci' rem h.il her hrl-tlli- n: in her lni K.t'tliiiii: Or. Printus Cattlt Walker i VETERINARIAN. Aniotiol Promptly Oaf Niffl.l hrulli She fulrl) llctt to tin- - kitchen si. Irs In the i. truer. hU tun;.. fairly tilth linger, nt I '"in Net or hntlin: poll, the belot ttl enl l.een MlliJ.'1't to Hit' flkli!i't unkind (..nth, hi hlimllliilli.il ttu all the inure i pollitunt lioiv. Her hilkliiind Imknl, ..iiietthnt frlcliltii.il a be k'urnl on ll.nn. 317 the In. Helmut felln- -' ''I'lint fool nl." be riiKiil, lii:tn l.rnliliis up iifilii-- t me ttlieii I trln I to lift the k. III.-- . A little drop of but tt liter Green Clay Walker Law And Real Estate Monev to loan on farm. Lilt your farm for tale priv ately or at auction. Office over J. W. Smith' Star. DR. J. J. BVRINE OPTOMliTKIaHT Practice limited and , to iliairnoiinir k correcting defect Kyel:ht by of of flttinc the proper gUtaei. DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. r-a-v Ofi OaMaka Clicks HaUl. U IS m I to Hr fell n hi piltv. Voll ttoiild think I lrl.il o kill him. Huh! Whui of jour oiriclal. ii ilt'iimn! That' ttlmt m niukliia: kiieh mi Itllnt of lilin. Win. The table of statistic Issued by the run Ihl Ii.iiim.? That cut or me?' bureau shows a registration of l,4"7.-- j Hi' b.tlilll.. lli:lltly tt.llflle.l. I'nlllp.HI, 871 private can, r.','Jl0 taxis and' If hi mi:.' -- till iimibale.1, eroiit'lietl bues, mid l.OlMi.ilor. motor trucks, to prliii. Motor' making a total of 10.U20.I71. tti.rk of n To iiimfolt both tta the cycle are not included, there being ini.ini'iil. .nnlber. nnd lie tta buck nt the be i. 14'.,tLM against IDC.'J.'il In tlie kltrbeti, In llpM'r nnd kirn "1'oll't )oU think I liiul belter kill? ginning of the year, lule?" he ak.l, up niiiv, tleiir. It I I -- n't there M.nietlilliK I t'HU do for ou? "I'm Mr. Itlulr, propitiated. miiII.iI, wirry. dear. Ildni: tteiu on badly lid f close ou're up, iiioriilnc. Hut " I"'"-- ' nnd I'te iiiinle colT.'e, I think I'll bate teuk tte hud lnt n piev of Unit comiorts and liluht. It ttu elru git.nl. In (here niiy left?' ThU, on her day of rell iter iihtiuiia.'.iua lilllid reullere4 Work I 11 -11 registration i dti.- the increase its the number of bu.e traversing rural' and suburban route, but it i very, probable that a considerable part of the increase is due to the development of thi new form of tranpor tation. It ha been frequently said that the tralfic U always ready and waiting when good road are built, ami vehicle that the commercial in a class is more handicapped by lark of vehicle good road than tly pleu-ur- e The increase in tlie registration of commercial vehicles, coupled with the present activity in highway construction, scrnis to bear out this statement in the opinion of department SOAP CHEAPER THAN stances. Many farmers who hire Intx.rcr y hnve no dwelling to let ami ennuot employ married men. It I K.ild, flintier bus u dwelling If for u laborer's family he prefer that tt should be oceiiple.1. cotie-lucntl- SILO FOR STORING COW FEED SOAP Is cheaper thin dirt, for dirt is a forerunner of disease germs and disease germs usually cost us much In health and money. We have many kinds but you must see the display in the front of our store. One Should Be Constructed Where Farmsr Has as Many as 81a or Ssven Dairy Animate. Ilutld n ntlo for storing feed If you have as many n six or seven rows. aV home-madstine Mlo 10 by 21 f.vt will cost less than was paid Inst winter for fie tons of hay. Four acres of corn will till It and da the work of ten acres of hny. e Half Pound Cake 10c McRoberts Drug Store. GENTLE TREATMENT IS BEST It Pays to Keep Milking Periods as Regular as Possible and Milk in Same Order. A shave MENTH0LATUM heak. It pays to treat the rows gently and firmly, to keep the milking erlod as nearly regular as possible, to milk In the same order, and for each milker to milk the same cows each time. This Is necessary to the highest development of a herd no matter If the In fluence In Individual cases seeuu la. ifnlttcant. Tha Central Racord, Lancaster, Ky., Thu.ridjiy, Oct 6. 1022 Harry Rtgisttrtd Hird of 42 D. Hil; Frye's Late Corn Thit Year Best Suited for Silage Practically all late corn grown tn Kentucky during the sumcmr jus past will be better suited for silage than for any other form of feed, according to Waylnnd Khoada, beef cattle specialist of the College of Agriculture. As a result of dry weather experienced throughout the state during the corn growing sea son, the late corn crop contains more stalk than grain, thus making it especially desirable as silage. Any farmer who has a field of late corn and an empty silo has the possibilities Tor a full supply of good winter feed for his cattle. "Of the 11,000 silos in the statt, practically all of them will be filled this fall. During the Inst two years when labor costs were high and feed costs low, there have been a few casr where the silo was not as profitable However, many ns dry feeding. farmers have found that the silo was a great saver of feed even under these conditions. Having proved it value to the farmer who keeps ten cows or more throughout the winter, the silo is now past the experimental stage. In the case of a dairy, this method of storing feed saves from 30 to 40 per cent of the feed bill. Where steers arc to be fattened in the winter feed lot, the feed ing of silage in the ration is the gen eral rule because of the cheaper gains which can be produced by this meth. od. On farms where a breeding herd si kept, the silo is even more Fine Aberdeen Angus Two Cars HigfvGratk Feeding Cattle; Horstt; Main; Etc., At Mwoluta Auction AT TIN A. M. Wednesday, October 11th., THIS SALE OF FINE LIVE STOCK WILL BE HELD AT NUNNEL LEY'S STOCK YARDS IN STANFORD, KENTUCKY Herd Bull Black King of Greenwood 305067 Calvesl October A Blackbird (fourth branch) lb. tfl. Black King of Greenwood 305047 it a matt excellent young bull anal breal in the purple. One could hardly expect to final a bull with more Blackbird in hit veins. It has been this kind of blood that has produced so many sensational animals of the breed. Here is a prospect that should not be overlooked. All calves in this herd from 6 months down, by this bull. C.U.J Novambar 23rd.. ltOS. All calves in this herd from yearlings to three years old arc by Lad Mth., 24829D. This bull is sired by Louis of Glcnwood 161283. Very handsomely bred. Has a sensational show record. Best producer that has ever been in the Queen Mother. We have in this herd two Knirys, two Bruce Hill Violets, two Heather Bloom, three Daugh Rosebuds, one Black Bird (fourth branch), twenty Queen Mother; 14 cows with calves at foot, nil 14 calves by Black King: six yenrling heifers not bred; three yearling bulls, etc. All of this stuff registered. Will guarantee papers. The entire herd tubercular tested by the Government. As healthy u herd as you can find in the State of Kentucky or any other state. All with royal blood coursing in their A Foundation Cow Rosebud Lillian 120136 Dauth Rctbud "If tattle are to be carried through veins. We will also' sell for the High Dollar two cars of high grade feeding cattle; two pairs of three and four year old mules; three mares and one horse, all Mr. Frye has spent a great deal of time and money selecting this herd and is now dispersing same on account of his health. He pnid $925 for one of the bulls of this herd when it was only eight months old. All of this stuff is going to sell for the High Dollar without reserve or limit. If you are looking for some of the. choicest, highest bred stuff in the country; it will pay you to attend this sale. TERMS: Six months long time good bankable note. Remember the day and hour WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 11th., at 10 A. M. at NUNNELLEY'S STOCK YARDS, STANFORD, KENTUCKY. For full information and papers on this herd, see, write or phone either the broke. Farmers Take Steps To Make Poultry Pay owner, Harry D. Frye, Hubble, Kentucky, or , Hughes and McCarty COL. J. B. DINWIDDIE ON THE BLOCK the winter and finished on grass the following spring and summer, the same field of corn that is fed dry will d feed more cattle If placed in the silo. The grains made by the cattle the following pring on grass are about the same under the two methods of feeding. If the corn has become dry before the silage is made, The man with money hai many it is bet to add water a the silo is friends, but If he is wife he never The M.ftly Looks Wicksd. being filled." ilrilgoli'tly to which Me oftrll puts them to the teiU rite the l.miie .if '.let IT darning I a much Don't insist upon keeping your leille" or "lMre stinger" nutlgliiM creatine. Iterance of the light under a buihel. It may be put ?lnrerllke tlnUti lo Its long w Irkedting a perfectly good buhel to pro- l ooklflg Inm ninny HTKi.ia feur lt llrHC' II tiles, howeter, cunnot ttllic Kentucky farmers are showing in fligate wattr. j creased interest in the many practical Don't worry over the cot of wall ilfInc. the) law no l Inters. In place Mi Is uch steps that can be taken to make poul- paper. You can paper a good sired ' Drmlileil weii"ntroiig Insect's henil with Jaws with which try raising more profitable in the room with Russian rubles and German t raHhe Initteiflie and tears them state, poultrymen at the College of marks at the cost of one smoke to ile r one-thir. - Agriculture say. Birds of excellent larlltat Known Numbing, quality that have been exhibited by I Karllest plumbing was found to N farmers at the many county district aaom than l.BPfl feet of rapper piping, falm held over the state during the which was dlscotpred In an Kgyptla-umm- er Juit past, new poultry houses pyramid trmple dating bark lo 2980 being built in many section of the state and Inquiries from farmer as ! Slumber to the best methods of flock feeding M.tngTllgl.t on hlnnhat "rat mark the progress that Is being mode ,nm,ln, ,,,, Mlnr ,lwpp, ro?rri In the .mprovement of the state's a ,rri thought! nnd all, Ilka farm poultry brsinrti, they say. la clonk; It I meat for the hungry. "One of the things that ever)' drink for the thirsty, heat for the cold fanner can do at this time of the year nil cold for the hot. Orrantca. toward making his farm poultry flock j ive -- eng lib tortoise. more profitable is to separate hens Advising people that they will Ufa and pullets nr. I put the latter in their looter If they breathe slowly, a physiwinter quarter where they can be cs! training expert exhorts us to "go fed for winter egg production, "J. to" the tortoise. lie explains that tha It. Smith, one of the college poultry- - tortoise, the slowest breathing animal men said. "Getting the birds in good of all, III i tn 1.000 years. flesh at this time of the year and Important, if True. keeping them in that condition Is the best way to get heayv winter egg The first flower seen by ii bride on white If she production and avoid fall and winter tier wrihllng il.iy must is to be hupp). If her wedding wreath moulting among pullets. This can I unentered by u tell she repent at be done easily if the pullets receive leisure, and If the forget her ttoiuiiiet all the mah and grain that they will and return fur It. misfortune follows. eat. The girl Mho rntehes the bride's will W married wllhln a )enr, "Experiments have shown that a maih made of ISO pounds each of while one- who "tries on" either ell, middlingi and bran and 100 pounds or wreath, will die nn old mold. each of corn meal and tankage is an Early Struggles Btntflcltl. excellent one for pullets at this time Vimi can't alw) fell what's III a tnr of the year. This should be placed from limning his mrt Many a poor In a hopper and kept before the birds rum II) tuts world In It that mdy hard at all time. In addition, they should problem ran detclup. When the tlint receive all the giln they will eat. comes such rt.llilreii of fortune will A good grain mixture may ! remade arise ami earn whut fate has Ut-And often straitof 70 pounds of corn and 30 pounds luctant to of oat or wheat. Many poultrymen ened (IrrtniistHiKes In mil)' life bring make a practice of keeping grain on untold fitness later The struggle tu sucrst-habit that rrtnalns the floor of the house all the time it) mimic ilotelop life. through irlt. or in a hopper where the birds can pick at it whenever hungry. Ancient Oam. llopMvieh I a came with a tcry Every man is honest when it pays loot; hUtory. It l even said that some him to be so. of the ietiii ut. of the anrletit forum. In Home, are marked with the tarn At any rate, Germany will either illagrum as tho which hojs and come bark or stay back. sttrls itruw on the (einrtii tn our liMhty So Julius C"aer slid Some people are like peacocks. streets Nero ami nil the Itomaii enqwror may They attract most attention when lolbly time Inj.il at that, too! strutting. Who know f I' boll-qu- - n Hop-Scotc- STANFORD, KENTUCKY : Rich-mon- MARKSBURY Kyle Ium sold 4'.' shoats at per pound. Mr. Jno. Swope, has been a recent Mr. and Mrs. R. guests of Mra Scts. of Iloylc county, visitor here. S. Clark were din-nNora Pruitt Sun- er day. Mr. and Mrs. Clay Sutton, of Lancaster and Rev. Ii. A. Dawes and .Mrs. Dawes, of llryantivillc, were visitors in our town Friday. Mis Alice Sutton, Emily and Mae guest of Mrs. llourne were week-en- d Mote Pollard. Mr. Eugene Thompson joined the party Sunday and they were also dinner guests. Mrs. Mute Pollard was a delightful hostesa at a noon dinner last Friday for Mr. and Mrs. 11 ud Cecil, of Florida and Mrs. Kiln Cecil and daughter, Mi&s Annie T., of Danville. The Ladies Working Society will day night and Saturday. Mr. and Mr. T S. Pieratt and daughter, Mrs. Maggie Adams spent Sunday in Richmond with relative. Mr. and Mr. Minor Corman and son, of Harrodsburg, spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Oicar Ray. Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Sander and daughter, Hope, Mrs. W. E. Whit-takan don visited Mrs. W. I!. Gulley, in Richmond, recently. Mrs. Hiram Ray, Mrs. Nora Teatcr, Misses Ethel Ray and Sallie Lou Tea-te- r were visitors last week in Louisville, LaGrnnge and Nicholasville. Mr. Oicar Carter, Mr. and Mrs. Golden, Messrs. Sol Frailer and Hilly Rossie, of Ucrea, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Mai Carter and family. Messrs. Elijah and Sam Logan, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Logan and Mr. Dan Wearren, of Danville, spent Sunday with Mrs. Martha Anderson and Mr. Sarilda Ray. MANSE Mrs, Robert Walker M visiting in Tenneee. MIs Hettie Pattern it visiting Mrs. Hal Koyston. d Mr. C. U. Ledford was In er Monday. Major and Mrs. Holmes spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Zack Hester EXECUTOR'S SALE The Uinliirsijrned as uxucu'or.s of William C. Fish, iIo 'imm-iI- , have a birthday offering at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. It. S. Clark, next Thursday All members arc invited to come and bring a guest with them The usual program will be omitted. Refreshments will be served. A neighbor girl, 7 year of age, in dircusung whether it was right for women to occupy the pulpit a'ul in earnest tones, "We have looked tarv our Hlble and then we looked thru another Hlble and u can't find where Jesui sent women out to preach." Mr. and Mrs. Kdmond Sutton entertained at a good dinner Saturday. The guests present from n distance were; Mr. and Mrs. Krncit Center, of near Corbin, .Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Price and the Misses Scott, of Paint l.ick, Mr ami Mrs. Hud Cecil, of Fla., Mr.. Klin Cecil and Miss Annie T. Cecil, of Danville, and others Covers were laid for 18 guests. An enjoyable time was spent. BUCKEYE Robt. Long and Charlie were in Corbin last week. Sunday School at 10.1S A. M., preaching ut 11 A. M. and 7 P. M. Mr. ami Mrs. George Marsev and family spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Whittukcr. Mrs. Maggie Adams and Mis Ues-i-e Hughes visited in Lancaster Fri- Messrs. last Sunday. Mrs. Sterling Davit, of Lowell, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Tudor and children. Mr. Dan Little. Principal of the High School nt Mt. Hebron, spent the week-enwith home folks. Rev. W. A. Ramsey returned from Louisville last week and filled his pulpit Sunday, much to the delight of his audience. Mr. and Mr. A. T. Howling and! ion, Maurice, left Sunday for Ashe.' ville, X. C , where they expect to ! spend the winter. Resolutions Misses Mary and Willie Goines Anderson had their tonsils removed' Hall uf Franklin Lodge Dr. Virgil Kinnaird perNo. 7. I. O. 0. F.. Lancaster, Ky. last week. September 25, 1U22. formed the operation. WHEREAS; A protracted meeting will begin Hy a recent viitatlon of the Grim at Manie Presbyterian church SunRraer we have suffered the loss of day, Oct. 15th. Rev. Carl Drown1 a beloved brother. Past Grand of Louisville, will conduct the ier-- j C. Ford having been called from vices. , us, therefore, s, There will be a HE IT RESOLVED: meeting at Manse School House on That in the death of brother Ford the night of Oct. 12th. There will be this fraternity has lost one of ita most given a health program, after which j highly esteemed members; the com. the County huperlntentlent will mu'nty a lueful cit:xn ami the famthe audience. ily a losing and devoted brother. AssoThe Munie That the Charter of this lodge be will spend the day with Mrs. drape! in mourning and the members ciation J. C. Tudor Saturday, Oct. 7th. wear the emblem of mourning for a They will piece and quilt some old period of thirty days in memory of fashioned quilts told for the brother Ford. benefit of the school. That we tender to the bereaved A letter from Mr. Ethelbert Ward, family our sincerest sympathy in their who is in the navy at Hampden Roods, ' irreparable loss. That these resolutions be spread says that he la in school and but for ut large upon our minutes after first this fact would have sailed with the having been read in open lodge, that twelve destroyers which were disthey be published in the current is- patched to Turkey last Sunday. sue of the Central Record, and that Try to make yourself better than a copy of the resolution be furnished your neighbor, and we will tip him the bereaved family. on to do the same. That would help W, M. Zanune, some. T. M Arnold, George Smith Jr., Committee. We note with regret that some men The little things of life cauie some never enter a church. .And possibly people many worrirs, while the big they note with regret that they are ones just slide by. never personally invited. d -Bass-coParent-Teacher'Parent-Teacher's to-b- will on Saturday. Oct. 14th AT TEN A. M. offer for sale at public auction on the premises, about one-hamile from Paint Lick, Kentucky on the Madison County side, and fronting the llirlunond and Lancaster turnpike, the farm owned by him consisting" of 210 acres of land. This farm is ideally located, belnjj about half way between Hichmond and Lancaster and close to Paint Lick, one of the best small towns in Central Kentucky, and havini? a large brick graded school. The neighborhood is the very best that can be found anywhere. The farm itself is a very fertile farm, which was occupied by .Mr. Fish for many years before he moved to Uichmond. lias been well taken careof and the soil will raise the very best tobacco or any other crops raised in Kentucky. This farm is improved by a large frame residence, beautifully situated on top of a hill, with it a rue yard (Hied with shade trees and shrubbery of every kind, lias a splendid garage, nnd all necessary outbuildings. It also has a large tobacco bam that will house fifteen acres of tobacco, a splendidly constructed stock barn, well equipped, with a large cistern adjoining same. The farm is well watered, being supplied by an everlasting spring, with water trough already installed ami a good pond, also two large cisterns at the residence. The farm is also improved by two tenant houses, oiie of them the old toll gate house on Itichmoud and Lancaster pike. About (." acres of this farm was cultivated in corn ami tobacco in )22 and will be sown ." acres was in rye in rye by (he present owner. About in l!2 and the balance in grass. TERMS: The farm will be sold for ten per cent cash on the day of stile and :i per cent cash on the first day of January, 152.'l, at which time ileed will be delivered and possesion given. In case the purchaser desires, he will In; permitted to execute bond with good security on the day of sale to pay d cash on .January 1st., lt:i, instead of paying ten per cent down. The purchaser will be given the option to pay the remainder as he desires, the whole in cash or if he prefers, may pay it in live equal installments, due one, two, three four and live years from January 1st., lillM. This farm is sold pursuant to the directions of the will of the late William C. Fish and bidding will be absolutely free and open, with no of any kind permitted. Prospective purchasers are invited to inspect the premises now occupied by Mr. Luther Fish. There U no more desirable farm of 210 acres of land, considering location, fertility and improvements in Central Kentucky. lf I II one-thir- E. T. FISH JOE MASON EXECUTORS ThJCntrl Report ( tha CeaiitUa of Taj Rtcord, Lancaster, Ky.. Thursday Oct 5. 022 1 BEST VARIETIES OF BROOM CORN Success With Crcf Dpends Larfely on Proptr tort Our ing 1 For information see G. B. SWINEBROAD, BANK OF BRYANTSVILLE Bank, alelng business al Ik Iowa of Bryants III, County of Car rani, Slala of Kentucky al ka cloaa of business on ISlk. day of September, 1922. RESOUUCKS Th Loom String Mr HUBERT RAY Garrard National Farm Loan Assn Federal Farm Loans; RATE OF INTEREST 5i PER Lrrnsl. Loam ami Discounts Overdraft, secured nnd unircutrd Our from Hank. Caah on ham! $1(10,774.62 410.00 n.r.L'.TOO Mil. Wtra "Two tuas died through this Notsr Uw.n. tastru-ment- r Harvtsting PcrM. PICK CENT. l.lfit.l'i! "They'd taken It dowa fruin the wall J" Secy-Trea- s. U7.rt5l.7H Kvldently." Total Proper Tim for Hsrveating la WKm "What la Fiber It Otp Qreen Pram Tip to I.IAillLITIKS "The sacred lute of Tama, tba InKnuekle Aveld Immature dian goddeos of death. Old Major $15,000.00 Capital Stock paiil in, in cash and Ovarii Brw. Tltrhener took It from an Indian temUncle Eben. "Leviathan of Literature." Surplus Fuml ia.00O.00j ple. He brought It home with hits "De rain dnt snld talk Is cheap," rsj la a "The Leviathan of Literatim-filll.GO, I Undivided Profit. lm rxnene ami taxe paid kr tti Ualt.l aiasa iMpanntMl fr and died Ove month later." marked Unrla Kben, "done fohgnt dal name sometime given to Ir. Samuel r Ar1ltvr) $55, 884. 81 Deposit subject to check la money." "And his nephew, Ueorg Tttehener, time Johnson. Hucre In handling either of the two 1,I 17.47 Demand Certificates of Depoit produced lu how long had hit been In possession of taitette of 5,002.a8 the. Unlit.! broom corn Typical of the Fool. Clergymen Live Long. State Standard and the placer The condition nnd characteristic of '.'5,000.00 "Two month. He was only thirty. Hill Payable Statistic show that more than 40 Dwarf depend tu a largv extent mi doesn't cent of the clergy live to ba a fool Is this he never expect from pner enre during tha harvesting - Onethirty." fipect to die of apoplexy hlmelf profit nor harm, but from exat septuagenarians. M7.fi51.78 rliNl. Kien with the moat efficient ) ToUl "No chance of poison T' ternal. Kplctethi. (tin tar distribution It U Inipuaalble tu STATK OF KKNTUCKY, COUNTY OF CAIIKAKI). Set. "Absolutely none. Far th Ralltlelan lo Consider. Poison was uvercome the handicap of an Infriinr River's Qsnsrous Moutn, Sometime) tbe candidate who wadaa at first, but the bodlr and the President ami Cisdiirr product, nay We, C. C. IIKCKKK ami It. V. HKOWN, it United Ktate lie. The mouth of the Illver N'lle la 150 were submitted to tha tn moat reeJously is the first to step partment of Agriculture In a new pub- Instrument l of the above named Hank, do solemnly swear that the above statement aallea wide between the extreme polnti off over hi head. Dallas News. 1010, most careful analysis." lication, Itepartinctit Ilulletlu oa tbe Mediterranean coast. true to the leit of our knowledge and belief. "Vet there Is a legend that possesMarketing Broom Corn, prepared by C. C. IIKCKKK, President sion of thla lute means death Carbon Plats Warm Bath Water. O. H. Algulre. Definition of Wisdom. In marketing It t' IlimU'V. r.lii,-r- . "It was once taken from tha temFeatured by three carbon plate elechay and broom rttni. Wisdom Is that attribute of maa ple, centuries ago, by the conquerer trode un electric heuter has been In- through which every action of a man 'Jfith. day of September, I'.tL".. Subcribed and sworn to before me thin Stlectlen of Head. J Hogan llallard, Notary Public. The selection of properly matured Itabur. Ills player died. Ills second vented for wanning the wnter In a receives Ita Ideal value and Import. .My Commission Schllermiirber. Kxplrcs March 1, 1024. head la a matter for Brat attention, player died. Ills favorite wife died all bath tub. Then It was llnxiin com la In the proper stage for playing the Instrument. Peary's First Venture. Like Bread In Long Loaves. returned to the temple." ban eat Mlieti the tltier I deep green Old Falconer mused. Iur Peary'a first North He knew a The largeet oae of bread In th LOYD and Kin, Oracle and Kutfene Lone re good deal about Indian mythology, and world are thoe haked In France and lusted four year. during cently. I ho Ma trying to recall something he Italy, They are often as much as sic which period he failed to get nearer (Delayed) .Mr. and Mr. Veley Simpson hail had once read. He examined the lute feet In length. than .'US mile tn the (Mile. for the twentieth time. It hud four .Mr. Jim Sander spent Friday with for their Kurnt Mr. and Mrs, John strings. Three of them were tuned, Irvine libill and ton and daughter, ' No Plant Universal. Steam Lamp Chimneys. .Mr. and Mrs. Win. S. Hay. the fourth, when plucked, gste out no No plant, not ctcn the nettle, grows (blmne)s run be quickly Mr and Mr. Wm. S. Kny and little .Mr. and Mr. Kltby Teatrr were Kiund at all. It wa quite loose yet clrutird by holding the hand over on In all part of the world. Only 18 daughter nnd Altan Kay recently s It was meant to he loose, for It was j end and putting tbe other end over the specie an known, which show Sunday evening. in Mr. and Mr. h'lrby Teaser ami tit tfil In Its groove la such a way ! potit of n simmering kettle. Hub at at the sjiiiu time over half U .Matter Wm. Mead Trater visited iuii', llogan and J. I., Mr. and Mm. thut It was Impossible to adjust It. land surface. once wllli tissue paper. in tancaitrr Sun-da- Wm. S. Kay and little daughter, Char hi j:rand-paren"Ve, that Hiring was meant to be loo.e," th jounger man. "No lotte A. and Mr. and .Mr. L. I, Mat one knou whj li'a somothlng conMmt everybody in thl vicinity are thews were with Mr. and Mr. Squire nected with the worship of Tama." thru cutting tobacco and are cutting T. Whlttaker Saturday evening "A deadly polxm that Is communiW. 0. RIGNEY W. B. DICKERSON corn. Mr and Mr. J l Kay entertained cated to the finger?-- ' Falconer Mr Adrian Metcalfe, who has been Sunday at dinner, Mr and Mm "Absolutely not. Thst string's been to North Carolina, I at home for a Kny and family. Mr and Mr. Fred kcrapeil and anulyzed." replied the few day. Snyder and family, Mr and Mr. other. Mr. and Mr. Miley Walker enter, Siuire T Whlttaker, Mr and Mrs. "I'll ole the problem by morning," tained Mr. and Mr. Henry Srbaitian Henry Kay and hchdren. Mr nnd said Falconer. "I'm trying to rememdaughter Mm, Marshal Itay nnd Frank Itny and win, Mr Sam Lont; and ber komelhlng. Co to bed, Simpson." "I hope there won't be a third fatalBroom Corn Must Bt Wsll Baltd to ity," KtigreMed Simpson. "I think Bring Baal Prleo. Residence Phone 3ft. Offlce Phone IK you'll better not play with tha thing. As you know, tbe coroner from tip to knuckle, a Mage that limy Falconer. It was all a coincidence, that be rvarhei) when the head la In blixun or not until the ae- - I In the dough both ilentb were due to apoplexy. atagv. Immature fiber larka elasticity Let's hum the beastly thing." "!on"l worry about me, old man," h tlx el j pnvptlhly on oirtng, and an uninviting appvuranre when Falconer returned. "I think I'm on a home you If you baled. 0rrr1ie tiruili Ii equally un- the tmck of the mystery. IJstenl" He plucked the route string. "Can you Helpful Advlc. pay it money desirable. Tama Youngster. "When a man go broke he fin' out Neddy vlidted n neighbor who had a I'rwentaiilo waate ainonx manufac- hear anything'' now to "Of course I csn hear something," Make in many Instance baby. The Infant claped Neddy'a mighty soon who be friends," said turers can ba trai-r.In hsrveatlng, to U Brat ate ulth hi tiny hand and Charcoal Rph, moodily. "Ytissuh; all In answered Simpson. "It sounds exactly to hi nurse: be friends come nroun' an tell him general, anything unfit for use In the as If one were plucking a piece of Neddy mid what n damfnol be been!" Richmond "Tbnt baby's Just us tame." iiMiiufartwa of hnoma should, ao far string." "Nothing musical!" "t practicable, be left In he flflila. To "Of course not. Can youf Long Wear to Rubber. command tha wt ptic, broom corn Telephone Calls. "Not a sound. All right, I'm on the Hiss Sac Sfccly Masac, Sedj-TreaPresittat. J. E. Hubbera will wear longer If a half-Inc- h must be free-- from aeed and well track, Simpson." If you wish to know If your tele layer of tissue paper Is crashed tiated. "See here, old man, I'd Infinitely Into the heel. Tbe paper will form a phone has rung during your ulxence Msthoda of Handling. you wouldn't examine the thing. cushion for the hard heel of the sboa put a piece of puier and a bit of carTtie bulletin dlarnaaeii lb tartoua rather dangerous. I'm convinced you're and lessen the wenr on tho rubber. bon paper between the bell und the methods of handling broom corn on It' -Cmbarraaalng Momanta. In peril." Origin of tha Namt Old Hickory." clapper. A mark will be made on tbe tha farm and In the proves of aa There come to all people horrtblo Telephones on American Farm. Mrt pupcr If the bell ba rung. On, Andrew "lui going to solve this tblag by Inrtudlng marketing, practice A rail.-.- ! miiny it L',.Vsi,uO farms in the "Tooth,' then Tough a Hick- tongue lied liniment when they ens employed by morning." answered Falconer. dealvarious classes of ory." and la.tl) -- old IllfWory" An. think of nothing to n), and feel like Simpson went to bed, but for a long United Stall-- are equipped with tele Tha Dark Day of 17M. I that In 1M3. when en- walru on un Ice Dim, heat), melan ers. inrlbiMl nf sampling, storage time he ws unable to steep. He lis- phone, nearly iwo.fth of all tbe The "dark day" occurred May 19. other marketing. and ltenon, Indiana, choly. Ineffective - A No other coun- 1780. It was so called on account of gaged in war with the Creek tened to old Falconer moving about farm In the country. Ooplea of It may be bad free upon ap- In the remarkable darkness extending he fell nhnrt f Uppllen. and led hb the room underneath him. Some- try tin un) thing like this farm plication to the United State DepartTh Roa Diamond. dev. Inpliivnt. over all New England. In mne placed men on Idclor) nut. times h fancied he heard the soft One oftrn heara of n roae diamond. ment of Agriculture. Washington, P. C tinkle of the lute strings. person could not see to read common And graduIdeal Freedom. Hie tone I nut different In kind from Square Dial Always Boot. print la tbe omi :ilr. Tbe darkness ally, s the night wore on, an awful only friedoiu which deervee began about 10 o'clock In the morning diaTbe GRASS GROWN WITHOUT SEED , terror began to oppreea him. PresentiSlipping thing over u the other fel- any other diamond, the name I name Unit of puntutug our own mond" having relation only to the form low yield but niiimetitar) Mitlsfartlon. and continued until tbe middle of the ment of ctll grew so strong thst at tbe or cutting of the ntnne. A rose dia- Bast Strain Hav Betn Divalopad by Inst he put on bis dressing gown and good In our own way, o long a we do next night, hut with difference of deKmartm- of thl kl'id iilwuj cnrrle attempt to deprive others of their, gree and duration In different place. I one that ha a flat Ixittotn, with It a filling Hint )ou have Invited mond went oftly down th stairs, deter- not riunnera From Thrifty. Cuttine Impede their effort tn obtain It. The true cause of this phenomenon mined to stop I'nlconer from playing or Looking Spots. treatment of the aine "rt Only from and only the uper part of the tone John Stuart .Mill. Is not known. with the Infernal thing. illlg the square deal ti.tiif genuine being cut Into facet or little face nnd polUhed I'.vi'lmliCe. Many good turf trnwM that reproHe had Just reached the door when a lit linllhg all'facthui duce by runner hne the lnillt he heard a sharp, strangled cry, folof producing aeed, nnd for till ream lowed by the oound of a heavy body tha United State Department of Agr- falling. He ruhed In. Report of th Condition of Th , iculture baa been experimenting with I'lilroner luy upon the floor, and a the vegvlattte propagation of m of single glance showed Simpson thst he the most satisfactory utrnln- - of hent wa dead. grassea. Metier strain hate been de Some paper on the table drew Simp-vrhy finding x.t In attention. Falconer had been and Bank, doing butinott at I he town of Paint Lick, County of Garrard, Slain writing. Mechanically he picked them on golf course where the turf wa of Kentucky al lh clo of limine on 15th. dajr of September, 1922, particularly good, rutting up the run up mid read "I have discovered the mystery of tier ii nd planting ihee rutting In In UKSOUKCF.S cresoe plot. M" of ltd work lis the mute Mrlng. and It the most done In uortli-tntes. although detlllth Intention ever mad by hu$17- -, 435. Ill Loan and Discount some good strnlns of llermuds grass manity Are you ciirryiiiK a "roll" of money around in :i,K08.8'J have been selected and unecured Overdraft, which glre promise "Just as there are sounds so high your pocket? If no it is not earning anything for d.Iiyi.OO of value In 'he Smith. Stock, llonili and other Securities that the human ear cannot distinguish you. Possibly it is being frittered nwav little by l!2,77..8l them, so there are sounds composed A number of commercial grower Due from Hank little. :i,5iK'.80 hate been working on these Improved of audi heavy vibration that they are ..-- .. Cmh on hiind THY the better way, the profitable way. Open grass Such Is the mute string. and now have cuttings for sale. Inuiidlhte. .'1,800.00 lianklng lloue, Furniture and Fixture a savings account and keep your money in this bank. However, It Is Kilhlc for n ron Plucked at a cerluln point It give out It won't fritter, but it WILL earn intcrost for you. $'.M'.'.774.'.8 to Improve his own lawn or for a vibrations beaty enough to destroy Total golf club to I in prow the turf on the life as concussion doe. The two men who died must have courn by aelectlng spots where the I.IAillLITIKS grass la particularly good and growing plucked at the string until they $10,000.00 the cut runner In rows In a garden or touched Just the point that call out Capital Stock paid In. In cuh I have had n lucky .10.000.00 field. Wlieu tbo good struln has been these vibrations. Surplu Fund "I paid '.428.47 Increased aafflclontly In thl way the escape. I shall not touch the string IUndivided ProftU, lea expense and t.ue nld liiwn or turf may be plowed up any more, except Just once to And 1115,1193.51 Pepixita aubject to check and the new strain established. 181.43 Demand CcrtiHeiitc of I)epoit I'oitnl I5.47U.53 Time l)enoit Natur Faker. 1C1.U57.17 POULTRY UTTER HELPS SOIL The carpet In our dining room waa . ui L',381).04 becoming worn and mother, desiring Due Hanks and Trut Companle Straw Filled With Dropping It One to wait till spring tn buy a new one, of Mart Valuable Fertiliser cut the fraying edges while Ruth $218,77 1.U8 Total far Oarden. looked on Interestedly. A few weeks later the little girl ran to mother, STATK OF KKNTUCKY. COUNTY OF GAHKAKO, Set. 4 PER CENT PAID ON TIME AND SAVINGS 1'oultry litter, particularly straw crying excitedly: "Oh. muvvor. come DEPOSITS. und Cashier filled with dropping, la one nf the quick and look Your carpet la growWe, K. U WOODS nnd It. (5. WOODS, I'rcildent valuable fertilisers ing again I" Chicago American. cf the above named Hank, do solemnly swenr that the above statement ii most small fruits. It Is for garden SBd psrtlcularly true to the beat of our knowledge and belief. worth while where clay soils are to Want) A Light House. K. L. WOODS, President ba worked, because In a tew sessoas Ha Two can live as cheaply aa It. 0. WOODS, Cashier. tba addlllou of this Utter will com- one, and wa could start out by dolug WE SELL TRAVELLERS CHEQUES PAYABLE pletely change the character of Ike light housekeeping. Subscribed and sworn to beforu me this 27th. day of September, 1022. toll ib4 five oae a rlcti, friable aad She Tkat would be fine If wa only IN ALL PARTS OF THE WORLD. eaally worked eotl capable of prdc- - knew- whan wa could lad a vacant My Commlaaion Kxpirrs Jan. 27, 1924. la si moat aay garden crop, whethar Ughthuiia). W. B. Koop, Notary Public. rageUNea or Is1 ttanklnif Houie, Furniture anil Fixture Other Aavti not included under any of above hrmli ..... .1,300.00 'J,l7'..lt FIRST MATURB) HEMS feet." "We don't know that. They were found lying dead, apparently of with this Instrument at their apo-plei- Itr ...................... ............ " Ir d altant f exH-dltlo- n LILIMLHHLBH IMiH-llsr.- ', J ljnratrr t, them-aelre- Jee j W. 0. RIGNEV & CO. Funeral Directors and Embalmcn Lancaster, Kentucky. MONEY to LOAN lnlt pr-M- can borrow want to'buy back on the installment and the application the Secretary plan. 1 fort-Ang- Lancaster Building & Loan Ass'n Rata, s. Tlmes-Dliipntc- Jfku dUirl-hutlot- i. " tr) tele-pho- "ne lt PEOPLES BANK .' This Bank Is Worth lnn 1 Money To You. jslnFBBBBBal - ii out" mmm au. 1 Thl Garrard Bank & Trust Co - Tn Central Record. Lancaster. Ky. vent war Thursday. Oct 5. 1022 SPECIAL PRICE ON - is for every nation SECOND not Involved to refuse to lend money or sell supplies to the! For Centre With Another on combatants. Hut what counThe Way Saturday try has ever been known to Centra V. Mississippi sidetrack a lot of fat wnr con More Cars are Ruined by tracts? Old Hickory nn.. nf hnr.t Innl, n "in who iiiiivu nail player Wltn a pop bottle Rave his Victim a lot of sympathetic notoriety, but failed to get his own name in the newspapers. Uoro' .. n J"K Wagons ON ACCOUNT OF LARGE STOCK WE ARE OFFERING OLD HICKORY WAGONS AT A SPECIAL PRICE. SEE US BEFORE YOU BUY. CONN BROS. "Live and Let Live Folk.." 3E 1111 on n Elli turtle? IE 9C The Central Record fssussi WnUr. Payable In AsWaac. II.M Year. his lot. a sunny day is content with But who wants to be of Carpentier, idoi the French prize fighting ring, was Entered at the Post Office in Lan knocked out by Jack Dcmpsey, American plugilist who fought caster, Ky., as Mall Matter. nothing worse than mos(iuitoes d urine the war. Fstsi AJnliiM RlllllMIMll THE AMERICAN PRESS ASSOCIATION Now Mr. Carpentier has been knocked out by a negro LucMlcr, It., Oct 5. 1922 practically unknown to the sawdust ring. Rat. For Political AanouncetatBts. ' A few more knockings from For Precinct and City Offices.! 6.00 Kentlemen of doubtful standing 10.00 ror county unices may induce him to knock himFor State and District Offices. 1S.00 self out of the business of bat For Calls, per line .10 For Cards, per line . .10 tering other people up for mon For all publication in the interey ami tio someining mat is est of individuals or expresreally worth while. sion of individual views, per As a soldier during he war line .10 Carpentier made an excellent Obituaries, per line .. .05 record. As a professional bruiser he is outclassed. He has yet time in which to become a man. R. L. ELKIN. Local Editor and Mgr. Second-Class J. E. ROBINSON. Editor. It is unwise to frighten your DEMOCRATIC TICKET child by picturing a bogie man FOR CONGRESS who is laying in wait to devour HON. RALPH GILBERT it. ,..i . Timidity is natural to the num. uiiiiiii. M... ...ii, .,., some agency must Keep WHS immediately a campaicn throughout Some people read much, but young man, and cowardice is ebauched element in check the various counties and in the do very little thinking. They but a step removed from timid for the welfare of society in that the donations by the children see the words in print before ity. may ouim me wiiru unit 01 trie cot .,.,.,. . . , .. , , I You don't want your child to ..iii them, but not the great fundati mi uio.ini ifj ,nilk-- l iKt' iii.ik ui i.yniiuu, tie. i:u tniiiifri .w , ...v.-.-,e,icated to the home es little ones.t mental truths that inspire those develop a yellow streak. yor icity, is meeting with a rea- urter of n centun- the , Do,,,t conceive yourself that MJiiiiuit: net; rev in ,iui:i;ff. sociviy wit .nouseu in i.ouisvuie in one! The habit of reading is (ieorire of residence, can save nothing on your where the law is but a dismal h" 't :.. y tt i.i i.. . in iiiuu in it. iiiu L. Sehon, superintendent, struggled no matter how failure. dividual, but it should not be!,,re81t;n.t ,ncomf for a decade to raise money to buy ' Think before you criticise. the 87 acre tract at Lyndon and last Th mi,1(I that cannot plan is spring his dreams were realized whrn intniii tfc.,i ,. .iiaa.., Jincapnblc of accomplishing, Why Nothing the first two units of the village were i...." ".,.. it,.. ...t...nt ..n , . I V I I clean cut perform ance Up to The Colonel will probably be with CARS STORED DAY, WEEK OR MONTH. out the services of their plunging PHONE 200. "The newspapers ought to fullback, Thomamon, in the Mis- quit publishing so much scan sippi contest Saturday. The bi: Newport lad Kot some heavy blows dal." You can hear such remarks nro.um,.ni let's In the Clemson tilt nnd will not ued this week any day in the year, and from less nece?ary. be Tnnner, who Is unal highly intelligent people. ways irood for a train through th Hut we disagree. They do line, will nicely care for the fullback station. Hump burrowed through not stop to think. Purple defense of Clemen for 08 Unfortunately, we have yarns on NOT NO CREDENCE reached the point in this coun was not at is irysis nnl fe weather all to liklnsr try where but little respect is The University of Mississippi com Is Placet! in the Report That shown for our laws, because hination i expected t put up a stub-th-e Threats Have Heen Made hntt nRint the Colonels who Harding Declines Speaking laws are indifferently and ability fon-i.i- l nr nnl .nfnrr.wl nt nil h"vr th" Against the Loose Leaf Dates in Various Parts of , , win cive Ken- oaiuniny s r, . . ccnaiii peopiu can evaue hurkinn. th...r iuie nnnnrftmlfv- - tit Houses by President la.t The Country them with ease. Others, less ... the Colonels in tn,. i...f,.r. h. James C. Stone, of fortunate, must pay the penal- - Han-an-t Kame, as they meet Vir- President llardmi; Washinrton The Association iKinia I'olytechnic Institute in Rich plans to take very little, if any, per tv. mond on the Saturday before the sonal part in the campaign now u, o D.nlr.....!).. i.fxingtsm. Ky. "I fear the w.h km .1 .T.I. ir.nitiM. .in .n, umP. a.il11l.il Jlliillli .. I the Hlwillfc lll.l I t tinir under way to determine is fathrr to the thought," said Janus , u.w.u iiun iu .1.1 ii I", i.iu rrb,.rt Covinirton, Centre fob political complexion of the sixty C. Stone, president and general oniy occasionally, it is fori lowers believe they have another Ho eighth Conirress, it was learned. of the Hurley ToImicco (irowers this reason we are losing our McMillan. Hi passinc Saturday As the titular head of his party the Association, when alit I respect for law and its manner wn thc t',lu,,1 of t,u' famous Ilo's in President will fnim time to time recently regarding reports trm paimiesi nay. Mis tiroKen lfell in party councils and prob nf ,1nfnri.,,mnt looe leaf wrrhou-- s sources f was oven Uetter Hut it :is different with the LraUh,B wHI no. ,uffcr hw ami his Ren ably offer Mime suggestions nnd ad- threats aga.nsl the Kenton I.xe , romBan - will be in conference -- , vice, but thigreat newspapers 01 tne conn. I With Tanner. Harlett and Snow and not from the stump. Numerous t.eaf Warehouse Company, which I try and also with the smaller day m the backfield. Owensboro will requests have been made of Mr. Hard- behind a tobacco fair in Covmgt. i the last week of October represented, as the trio hv ing for speaking date ones. They tell the truth as in various 'Nothing would please the enem s In the county of Davies. Maytield, parts of the country during the six they find it. The man of great with Covinirton and Lemon, will nli weeks thai intervenes between now of the bur ley association better than wealth who forgets his mav be well represented. some overt art on the part f and November 7th., but invariably member of the asociatlon," Mr hood is as pitilessly exposed adthese have been turned down and Stone said "So far a have bt- as the one without a dollar-perhap$100,000 ministration spokesmen said there able to learn, there have been r be no more so. For Kentucky Children's Home wouldyear with presidential stumping threat- on the part of any of . this its accompanying ex- members in pitiless publicity of the This Northern Kentucky, bu Society by Christmas ploitation of the voterw for the return they press is the one safeguard that hae reented the attempt of r of a Congress of his own political warehouse management to mdu. So irrrat is the problem of the stands between respectability liking (members of our association to de hor"t',''" child " Kentucky; so in and a reiirn of debauchery that The political situation in a number t. so. ,!,... nf Qn.lnmhrwmvd with church, school and (U.. of important states was thoroughly i to this concern tobacco known and (e ,v..l,l r!vl pledged to the association, Ifslt.rt fhnt is .!.. inttllnlliin iin UK w itsiti I IMHi il siri..i,i . ii canvassed by the President and his is this very thing .,,.. .urn iiuiiiuiiiwi. against which jr v......l IIMUIVH Itl'tHf kllU(s mere are millions ot pure society lliris taxed to capacity and advisers in conference that preceded members have been warned " the departure of Congre- -, and Mr i ml high minded people in this mut construct another buildintr if Harding is said to feel no upprehen Any husband can be easily Ik I country, but there are other hunilretli are to be K'ven shelter and sion over the continued control of if he is cajoled into thinking he s n "omt' miltimw vvlin r..,.k witli clnnilo. I M.,... Congress by the Republicans. i being coddled. (inn nnn of. If the advocates nflmnnrrlnl I Ttrilliiintli In that . ...ill sinnu up l"w law cniorcemcni win George Jonlln. Jr.. in ciem.on. . ami ue counted we fear the re- - the Lexington Herald. Lynch, a ub-suit will be nothing. Every stitute of'lat year, and Lemon, half body wants himself to be back, who was moved Up to Cant. Roberts' end, greatly imprrsrd their exempt. tutor with their ""Jf"' l,' ,hc' C: Uonr"''iin(n.i fnrmnJ " itima delegation from Lancaster ... .1 wm roum... ...Ill Mr lnr "w m. .1 n.H U.iUni, ..t Saturday afternoon Centre it sustaining her repu tatlon and last Saturday defeated clempon b' a comparntWr easy vie- ,or w: nr. A good .ln " . -- NEGLECT THAN FROM HARD SERVICE. No tinkering, no blacksmithing, no guessing just straightforward and efficient workmanship at reasonable rates. s If repaired by men who understand their your car will give yeu very little trouble at any time. Urlng your car to us when you want it to "stay put. fcbti-nea- pt The Press Spratt & Daugherty PRESIDENT TO CAMPAIGN en-h""- "" 1 . er par-ticipa- . " s ASKED 1 - w !(, I 1 r'' .... - i DEPENDABLE 3 k at lowest cosf 'ft 5 v A j -- jinai ine man wno revealed. ...... i.. t..n... ia ... uiwuvi.iiu milium t. iiui Cramming the mind is ill... " f jamming the cylindur of an en- the person to whom a greater gine. It becomes too tight to I one should be paid. ivoiuiy win always unit a function, and' is thus romlered way, ami aoiiity is wnat em useless. ployers want these days. Head a little, think a lot. and it. you win travel easier ami go jj,, you uver change your tanner on your way. .mind? Hie stubborn man seldom When viil! i' mm i In Ihn (n-l,. ins. i nni is the rea- t IU I'MMfl lt.fl!lt llfl Vill kt Itheevilsurroudingsofthcpoorhou.es ,s Kn,ow" as a mm i w,,y .in.,... " ... .",v Does instinct tell you which "" in which they must llnd ahelter :v' wno as " way to go? leuinessoi wiesu siaiemems. Vur thl, humanitarian cuu.e, tho i i I'resumahly the evidence is people of the state ure asked for .i iiiniiiiv i iviiii tin iiMiav i 'ilea t minds are .susceptible passed 011 to the public prose- - flOO.OOO by Christmas In order that occasionally, but in a majority to change upon submission of cutors, whose duty it is to con- work may be started by early spring of cases it will point the way proof. Little ones are unable vict law violators anil send Villi .tllllllllfl I'd Card of Thanks thu and there- - them to jail. , rii,. ,nhi. We wish to express our sincere little, and moves' f0?! a,w,,y8 Hut, presumably, some of Uinet and acts upon it by shown in ume uecome stuuiiorn. these prosecutors are alHicted thanks for the kindness during the forward. When a strong mind changes with conveniently short mem- neighbors and friend He who gropes in doubt illness and after the death of our In it is invariably for the better, ories. And, presumably, their fant baby boy, Uoger llutler. stands still." That makes it even stronger, as memories have a habit of fail James (I. Conn and Family. We should never allow our- tlie small one becomes smaller. ing them at the most critical Card of Thanki selves to become perfectly conMany protests have been regis time. Our hearts go out in loving gruti tented. This may seem strange Why so much smoke and no tered against the exorbitant tude to each and every one for their advice, but it isn't. price of coal, and with just fire? Why so much evidence kindness and service rendered us durWhen we are perfectly d ing our futher and grandfather's ill long as the pub-li- e ami so little prosecution? there is nothing else that cause. Hut so Is it a case of graft, fear to ness and death. contents itself with protestwu desire, and without desire ,M. II. Wheeler and family ing, the operators will content prosecute, or just plain inelfi- there can be no ambition, no ciency? Friday and Saturday, Oct. 6th. and incentive to push forward and themselves with pocketing In whatever case it may be, their enormous profits. Till., Social Showiaa of Pallsrn, accomplish greater things. why do we keep such birds in Tailor.4 asisl TriassswsJ Hals. Perhaps the turtle on a log About the only way to pre- - public office? A. Fraacls. Rail I I V 111 I ( 1 not otherwise It till m I ,1 1 !.( save cannot 11 nil coml'h'tcd and ready for occupancy. I To the new home were moved the MO Periodically almost daily little children. Despite the lateness! of the year, each boy began planting the newspapers of our large ll I'nrili-n- . with tki result thnt fnml cities contain lurid stories of enough was raised to supply the table fabulous sums of money involv- - and to can and preserve more thani ed in rum running cases un- 1,000 gallons of food for winter use At this time, to withhold help from earthed by the prohibition the Kentucky Children'. Home So- -' agents. Sometimes it is with ciety means the counties must t.ike the connivance of some of the up the work of caring for the home- - j agents themselves. less hundreds in the state, with the .Names, facts, and dates are attendant increase in county taxes often L'iven. ami there anneiirs h"'1 ,hl Increase in delin.uency thru DUt omoke ' k A V?i ?. You can buy m CALORIC Pip! ess Pumac under a written Guarantee of your Mtiaf action or money back. You can absolutely depend on aving M to Jj fuel mora than 135.000 families are enjoying thl great economy. 1 r fc i . ?L H - B I. G 1! I I 't Y V 1 p ""' The new low nrirea nut CALORIC within r..rk rJ ovcryhome. WewillinataU ln one two Order NOW. c ly. i nlfBsSsftir' m-- u-i- v,t-!- to I'f. J rul Osm Utitt ISsuSrsMMs jassssssa i,, HASELDEN BROS. LANCASTER'S BIGGEST STORE. con-tente- SYSTEM OF CIRCULATING HEAT Th Central Record. Lancaster Ky. Thursday, Oct 5. 1922. Mis Julln Held .pent Tuesday in Stanford. 4 Mr. F. I. Frisbie left Tuesday for Somerset on business. WATCH this AD and SAVE MONEY Mr. Joe Francis spent Wednesday in Kirhmond CREAM FLOUR on business. Mm. K. II. Ilourlnd left Wednrs- day for n visit to friends in Carlisle, Dr. II. C. Hose nml David JUnkin, of iiryantsville, are in Louixvillt this week. Mr. ntiil Mrs. Wesley Plckerson are spending " few days in Clnrinnnti on business. l Fall Stocks of Womcns Wearing Apparel brimming over with the latest style creations. We invite your early inspection. BOQUET FLOUR PARTRIDGE LARD Am stocking up in the best line of WORK AND DRESS SHOES. I have ever had. Look before buying. C. K. ENQLE Mrs. W. It. Cook, of Danville has been, visiting her mother, Mrs. K. L. Owsley. Prices Low. SUITS. COATS, DRESSES, surprise you, considering the quality of merchandise we are offering. Values Big. SHOES at special price values that will $10 to $15 values, $6.95 to 7.95 $7.50 to $10.00 values at $4.95 to $5.95 So to $7.50 values, at $3.95 to $4.95 Come now, while we have your size and take advantage of these wonderful values. s MILLINERY sonic Hall. The Worthy Patron, W. Hum-sidO. Hlirney, and Mrs. Wood treasurer, were selected to Mr. Ceo. Taylor and Mr. Fred Tay Mrs. .Murray Conn, of Outhrie, the Crand Chapter which will be lor, of llrodhead, are vsiting Mr. Tay Oklahoma, i v.siting her sisters, Mrs. held the 'J4th., 25th., and 2tUh., of lor' daughter, Mr. Luca Foster. Solon Henry, Mr. Katherine Harris October !n Louisville. About 18 members were present. Mrs. Napo Price left thi week for and Mrs. William Lawson. Mississippi, where she will be the guest of her brother, Mr. Alex Fran cis. nt-te- Mr. and Mr. Crecn Clay Walker Mis Sadie Cecil, of Danville, ha are spending several wiek at Hot been spending a few days with Mtssts Springs Ark. hnte nnd Lillian hinnalrd. Mr. Clinton Ilastin, who ha been Mrs. Mary Walker Price, of Danconfined to his room for ievral day ville, ha been recent visitor of is convalescing. Mrs. F. P. J'riblc and Mrs. Martha Mr. and Mr. John Anderson are Price Frisbie receiving congratulation over th Ml Lirzfe Wherritt, who has been arrival of a little daughter the guest of her niifce, Mrs. J. E. Quite a number from Lancaster Storme, has returned to her h(me in saw the Versailles-Lancaste- r foot ball New Orleans, Iji. game at Veraille. last Friday. Mr. Milton liofiards and baby, Mrs. Mary Collie, who ha been have returned to their home in Danvisiting Mr. Carrie Pavdxm, left for ville, after u viit to her parents. Mr. her home in Klchmond Monday. ami Mrs. Loyd Hourne. Mr. I.liiic Walker Danville, visited this week. Iloland, of Mrs. Luther (Jibb Itcv. N. J. Culton, Prof. Jones nnd family, motored from Richmond Sunday afternoon and were guest of Mr. and Mrs. James Ilnbinson nnd family. The Oram! Chapter U. D. Order of the Eastern Stars held their regular meeting Tuesday evening at the Ma- e, Our Millinery department is brimming over with beautiful creations in Women's See them early so as to HOSIERY AND have a better selection. UNDERWEAR head-wea- r. Mrs. Taylor House and little son, of Crab Orchard, have been guests of Mr. and Mrs. I.oyd Itourne and fam ily. Mrs. Klbert Smth. Mrs. K. B. Hour- - "Why Girl: Leave Home" A Vivid land, Itos .Mrs. Stephen Walker and Mrs, Il.istin were visitor in Danvjlle Tuesday. Mr. and Mr. J K. Helm and of Hutonsville. were guets Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Kalian! Protrayal That Will Touch the Hearts and Emotions of Every Human Being MOTHERS! FATHERS! and family. lto Ilastin. Mrs. W. M. Klllott, Mrs. L. C.Davidson and.Mr. Wm. Lear spent Friday at Cane Itidgo. Mr. and Mrs. WOOLENS AND SILKS weaves and colors at attractive prices. In all the newest stocks are complete with desirable merchandise at the price that will please you. House of Quality. lat The One Price Store Mr. F. P. Frisbie will go to Frank- lin, Ky., this week where she will at tend a missionary Convention of the Presbyterian Church. Mr. and Mrs. Pat Sutton, Mr. M. and Mrs. Hrvan Wilmot spent Sunday with Mr. Helle Pherigo K. Rav. Mr. Exactly the sanic situations that arise in this photoplay might confront YOU tomorrow. WHAT WOULD YOU DO I Kfip-piii- K YOUR DAUGHTER preferred outside gaieties to the surroundings of her home. Would you drive her forth to light alone the battle of life, or would you cast aside narrow prejudice and try to under- F and family, L'lbirt Sm fi. of Jellico, ' Mra Ito !Ut.n, Mr Ouy David- Tenn visiting her sister. Mr son, I'ev and Mr K II. Ilourland Stephen Walker, on Kirhmond street. have returned from ran. here they attended the "nvention of the Chri-tiaFreedom W. M. V met Saturday church. at 2 SO l'. M. There were only seven Mrs. U. A. Abbott ami son, Dan, member. pnwent. Hue collected ft -. .1 ik rMik. u.:.i have taken room. at Mrs. itruce Law-n- 'i II 10 GoiMp hy That Vl An InttrstUd In. j in "Hill Court" .where they will Mr. !eorge SwiHubro.nl, of Dan- spend the winter before joining her ville, ipent the week-enwith hi huband in Havana. Mr. II. II C"X wn a visitor in parent. Mr. and Mr. L H. Swine-broaDumllle Friday Mis (ieort?ia Dunn enwu up from the mountain! thi week Ut ipuak nt Dr. and Mr. V. M. Elliott were in Mkwex Hlnnche and Ida Speake left the annual Convention of the Chri-tai- n Lexington Monday Satunlay for Itlchmoml, where they Church which ha been in Mr. Cecil Hcatly kit. been visiting will enter the State Normal for the in Fan for several days. school year. friend In Kanville. in Lexington. stand her ideas and share her pleasures.' Mr. Gossip About People vv , is Mr. Mr. Sam Harris, of Louiville, and Kandolph Harris, of Stanford, TO-NIG- ROMANS HT OPERA W, HOUSE Friday Night Cent. n hwo been recent guests of their mother, Mr. Katherine Harris. Misses Helen and Martha and Miss Joan .Mount returned niL'ht after a ten days visit in New York and ADMISSION 20 and 30 lat U.-.1- City and other eastern points Mr. and .Mrs. Ware Mcltobvrts returned to their home in Atlanta last d d. .!on Hn Mr. John Mcltobort n Lexington Sunday. Mri. tit J. C. Williams h vmtor in llanvWo. Dirkersnn, a Katie llnrne teacher at Faint Lick, tpent the weekbeen a ro-- end with her parentis Mr. and Mrs. Will Dlrkrrson. MiM re- - a visitor Mr. V Simpn Klkin, who (pending a month with her brother, Mr. John Duncan, and sister, Mii Jennie Duncan, hn returned to her home in Atlanta, tia. been Mrs. Itichard Iluckner Spindle ami Mi dladys Doty, of California, I expected Friday for a visit to her children, Marjory and Kiehard iluckbrother, Mr. tlaylc Doty, and aunt. ner, Jr., who have been spending the summer months with her parents, Mr. May ha been viwllinir Mr. MiM'LeHa llripht. Mr. and Mr. IE. K. Mcltnhvrt. left ,ither Oibh in "Hill Court." Mr. .Marco ret Adam and Mr. and Sunday for their home in Norfolk, V. Kbnurr ha returned Mr. Hubert farter und win, William Virginia. Mr J 'rom a liu.iiitoM trip nut West. Campbell, attended the Community .Mr. and Mr. W, S. Howling and Hosier, of Cnrrard Fair at Iiryantsville Saturday. Mr Calvin his mother, Mr. Unites and Mils Helt (i t y ,w;n in Danville Saturday. Mr. John I'arra returned Sunday ton Spivey, Mr. Loury Speake and from Hopkinsvillo, where he ha been family and Mrs. Margaret Speake, Mm. Jamivs WihkI viitod her spending several weeks in the inter- of Iloume, were dinner guest Sunday r. Mim Mary S'ool in D.inville, est uf the tobneco itsviciallon. of Mr? and Mr. Johnou Speake, on Mr. a ad Mr. Luther I'eyton ami the Danville road. I l. Joe ILiselditn, of Crali Orchard little wMi, IUII) Kivers. have returnMrs. Chan. Hutrman came home wrings was in jiHUtr Monday on ed from a vi.it ti relative in Thursday from Lexington, where she iinim. Ohiu, and Covington, Ky. has been for the last ten day, taking Mr. Jnc pranrU, who ban a posi-- ' treatment at St. Joeph's Hospital. Mr. l!n ItiilWy. uf I.ancater, hn on in Coiliin, p,imt Ui ucck-uni- l She is now geting along nicely. Her been ranaitK a wood working and .ih ln wlfo lir re. Indiahljtrksmitk T. Ilurke 'tor. Mr. Ida May Dcnni, of m the F. in napolis, Ind., I visiting her anil will Mr. and Mm. Luther (lihhi huw bop for Mwornl muiitlu at Junction rwturn to her home Tuesday, urn imI from a stay at MnrtlnvilU' C.t lluhvillc, liul. Mr ami Mr. Ike Dunn and chilMiM timirHia Ouuii will i;o to Toy. dren, of Lexington, who have been It v. ami Mr. Harry lludon lrvdlv Fniiay to attend the annual spending a few day with Mre. Dunn' Monday from Lebanon, where con ion ttf (Im Christian Kndeavor parent. Mr. and Mrs. I). Culley, left 'u'y attended tlm lrcibytcry. Union of Uio Wtthlh District of KenSunday for a motor trip to Orlando, tucky. Florida, where they will spend the Itcv. and Mr..'niT K. Itix and two d.iri'ii were visitors of Mr. and Mr. Mr C A. Abbott left Sunday for winter. They were ;ucoinpatiied by Mford Poynter Wednesday. New Vork, where he will mil to Ha- Mr. L. C. Culley, of this city, who vana, where he hut accepted a por- will spend the mouth in Florida. Messrs. Will Dickcrson and Walter a .eerotary of the Clwnibcr of Mis Jennie Swope hail for her dinKelley have returned from it Ashing tion Commerce. ner guest. Friday Mr. and Mrs, Clay 'np in the Cumberland river. Mil Laurn Duum, of LoMiiKton, i Sutton, uf UmcaMer, Dr. and Mrs. Mi Nell Noland, of State Univers-'tviitinB her cramlpai ent. Mr. and II. A. Dawes, of llryantsville, at her spent the week. end with her Mr. P. Culley. She will leave next suburban home on the Lexington mother, Mri. .Mae Hughe Noland. week for Orlando, Fla., accompanied road. The table had for it centerMr. Thomas S. Iierntt and daugh-r- , by Ml Helen. (Julloy, who will en-t- piece a vase tilled with autumn dowa buino collcce there for the ers and a delicious menu was served. Kliiaheth Cordon, have returned The atTalr proved a very p)eaant one. from a visit to relative in Richmond. winter. i Mr. I'at Sutton wan in Danville trip. nt I y on a busino T Friday after spending several day and greatly enjoyed by the large audi Friday and Saturday, Oct. 6th. and almost tilled the auditorium to its capacity. Immediate- 7th., Special Showini of Pattern, Mr. ami .Mrs. Hobt. Culley and Miss ly after the entertainment, refresh- Tailored and Trimmed Hats. Itesie Culley and Mr. and Mrs. Wm. ments were served on the campus, Rella A. Francis. Lear attended the funeral of Mr. consisting of ice cream, cake and Claude Murphy in Lexington. Satur canjy, whieh was given under the Welcomes Baby Boy day. management of tne The proceed Friend and relatives here have amount Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Hourne, Miss Association. Virgie Hourne nnd Mrs. Wool folk at ing to $ t i.r0. The principal ami been notified of the arrival of a fine tended the funeral of Mr. Claude teacher. wish .o express their sincere baby boy at the home of Mr. and Mrs. for the Herbert Kinnaird, at Decatur, III. Murphy In Lexington. Saturday morn thanks nnd appreciation d hearty co oiieratin and to ihose.whn' The oung gentleman has bem ing. e1 .I Robert E. and the host of i ".. t.i ' - .llf.iir an I' Mr. ami Mrs. J. H. Itourne, Mrs. made the evening a sucves- - n every frit tula i f fie prou I fnther extend Frank Judy and Miss Virgie Hourne way. warn i t,gra'u'.i'i.r) spent the lint week-enat Versailles, the guest uf Mr. and Mrs. I! rail ley with Mr. ami Mrs. It. K. Mcltoberts. ence, which Parent-Teacherchri.-terc1 d Samuel Owens nnd Robert Ford, of The progni.n wnich was rendered by the pupils of tne Huckeye High Hustonsville, motored to Canard School Saturday evening was splendid county last Sunday and spent the day. Hourne. Mr. and Mrs. Jame Kinuuird will leave for Knoxville Friday where they will spend the week-enwith their daughter, Miss Angle Kiunaird, who is a teacher there ill the School for the Deaf. d KNOCK-iU- T Fri-na- y. India-rnqmli- Mrs. Nellie Hallou, of Stanford was the guest for a few day this week of .Mr. ami Mr. Kd C, Gaines. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Judy, of Pre tonsburg, Ky., are guests of Mrs. Jud)' imronis, Mr and Mrs. J. II Hourne. Bargains . Six (I lasses for 25cts. Regular 10 cent Lemon Soap 5cts. Regular 50c Infants Rubber Pants 25cts. Regular 10 pkg. Envelopes 5cts. One Pound Ginger Snaps . 15cts. . Gootl Ginghani, per yard . lOcts. Big Bed Spread $1.25 . i Carpenter, Mr. Nan Carpenter Ituby, .Mrs. Will Carpenter and Mr. Frank Carpenter, uf Cincin nati, who are motoring through Cell tnil Kentucky, were pleasant visitor of Mrs. II. A. It. Marksbury and Mrs. Louis l.aiidram Friday. Mr. W. It. ....... An especially enjoyable atfair took place Tuesday when Mrs. Hen Hughes entertained with i, dinner party at her home on Stanford street In honor of y the birthday anniversary of her Hit band. Autumn flowers in a vase vu the table decoration. The hours were spent with conversation and other diversions, ami at noon an appetizing course menu wait served. The guest took their leave expressing their en joyment of the day and wishing Mr Hughe many more occasion. Sanders Variety Store The Red Front LANCASTER, KY. ThaCenttal Record. LancatUi, Ky., Thursday, Oct 5 1922 5.00 Davis, Thomps ....... 2.00 Logan, Morgan .. .... Roatright, Arch ... ... 6.00 Dunn, II. W, ....... . 30.00 Logan, Morgan .. . Boatright, REPORT OF THE FINANCIAL CONDI Hoatrlght. J. IL ... ... 12.00 D.iv:. Itobt .. 10.00 Logan, Morgan J. I 11 . HON OF GARRARD COUNTY, RY. Having been appointed by the Garrard County. Kentucky, Fiscal Court 1922, to compile a financial statement for the Fiscal year ending April the following report ii respectfully submitted: lt., This settlement made by Cronley Broadus, Commissioner, appointed by the (la r rani County Fitcal Court, at a special term December 3UL, 1921 with A. K. Walker, Ex Sheriff of Garrard County an collector of the Coun ty revenue for the year 1921. (CONTINUED FROM LAST WEEK) Moore. C. P.. Clk. K Mason. Sue S. & Burton Stapp making financial Mat. Mason, W. II., acct I ............................. ... ........... .- 2.00 150.00 28.15 6.02 2t00 4.00 2.00 18.00 60.31 111.16 3.00 Marsee, Noa, Clk. E. .Mom, W. 0., Judge E., etc McMurtry, R. D., Clk. E., etc McQurrry, Sam, account McRoberts, R. E , acct. McRoberts. R. E., acct McDonald. Ad. account Pointer, Squire. Jr.. acct Parson, Stanley, acct. Prather, Sam, Judge E Rom, David, Judge E Ross, David, acct Ray, E. B.. acct. Ray. E. B.. Sheriff E. etc. 9.00 - 18.00 3.45 2.00 102.00 8.00 0.90 21. GO ... Rlimey, W. 0.. acct Romans, W. J., acct. Unney, II. W.. Clk. E .. . . .... . Raney, Luther, Judge E. Raney. J. W., acct. Rom, D. F., Sheriff E Rogers. S.. Sheriff E., etc Rogers, T. J., Judge E. Robinson, S. M., Judge E., etc. Robinson. B. F.. Judge E Sutton, Davis, acct. Stotts. W. M.. Judge E Smith, Bros., acct. Smith, Walter, acct. Stinnett. Melvin, Sheriff E. Sparks, J. R Judge E. Sanders. A. F.. Election Comr Sanders. A. F.. Clk. E Sanders. W. C. Clk. E Sanders. J. W.. Judge E Scott. Ebb. Judge E Scott, A. T. & Son. nccount S. S. S. Lumber Co.. acct. Teater. Lem, Judge E. Turner, S. M.. Judge E T roadway G. M., Judge E. Upton. W. C, Judge E Walton, Neff, damage to horse Ward. M. G.. Judge E West. W. W.. Clk. E West. Bill, acct. Wardloe, Cal, acct Walker. L. L, acct. Walker, G. C. acct. Walker A. K., acct. Walker. A. K.. acct Walker. Woods. Judge E Wood E. L., Judge E.. etc. Wood. J. B.. Jr.. Sheriff E Woods, J. B., Jr., acct. TOTAI . - ....... ..... ....... 3.00 2.00 2.00 18.50 2.00 3.45 ........ - 2.00 3.45 2.00 12.00 ............................ ............................. - 2.00 199.75 10.50 3.45 3.45 10.00 2.00 4.00 2.00 2.00 C4.10 .... 98.07 2.00 2.00 .................. 3.45 2.00 75.00 3.45 2.00 15.00 5.25 10.00 12.00 1 1.00 Boatright, J. !! Boatright. J. II Boatright. J. H. Boatright, J. II. Boatright. J. H. .. Boatright, J. II Boatright, Boatright. Boatright, Boatright. Boatright, Boatright, Boatright, J. Boatright. J. Boatright, J. Boatright, J. Boatright, J. II. Boatright. J. II Boatright, J. II. Boatright, J. II Boatright, J. II Boatright, J. II Boatright. J. II. Boatright. J. II Burton. W. II. Burton, II. G. Burton. John Burton, Jno. . Burton, Jno. . Burton, John . Burton, John Burton, John Burton. John Burton, John Burton, John Burton, John Burton, John Burton, John Burton. John Burton, John Burton, John Burton, John Burton, John Burton, John Burton, John, Burton, John Burton, John Burton. John Button, John Burton, John Burton, John Burton, John Burton, John Burton, John Burton, John Burton, John Burton, John Burton John, Burton. John Burton, John Burton, John Burton. John Belcher. J. J Bolton, Oscar ... ... ... ... ... .. ... ... ... ... .. .. .. ... .. .. .. .. .. .. 11.00 12.30 10.00 5.00 4.00 10.00 P.00 16.40 11.00 10.50 18.00 18.00 15.00 16.50 18.00 13.60 12.00 10.50 t2.00 13.50 16.20 9.00 2.50 2.50 .......... .......... .. ..... ........ 72.70 11.00 8.00 4.00 11.20 1.00 8.00 8.10 5.00 . . t2.00 9 12.00 10.00 7.00 4.00 10.00 8.00 10.00 7.00 11.00 8.00 0.00 .. .. .-. . .. .... .. ..... .... .. .. .. .. ........... ........... - 7.00 12.00 8.00 10.10 4.00 Grow. M T. 11.00 Gill. Hike . 12.00 Gillam. M. X 2.00 Gillam. Albert 10.00 Gayhart. Steve . . 12.00 Gayhart. Steve 10.00 Grifflng, W. S 9.50 Hughes Bros. A Ware 10.80 Hughes A Ware 9.00 Hughes Ss Ware 1.50 Hughes it Ware 1.50 Hughes Ware 101.50 Hughes . .. 9.00 Dunn, Gut 2.1.08 .. 0.80 Dunn, Chas. 0.00 Dunn. Chas Dunn, Hen 2.00 Dunn, Ben 1.00 Dunn, Hen 10.00 Dunn, Ben 7.70 Dunn, Ben 10.00 Dunn, Hen 4.00 . Dunn, Ben 3.00 Dunn, Ben .. .. 12.00 Dunn, Ben 5.00 Dunn, Ben 0.00 Dunn, Ben .. 10.80 Dunn, Ben .. 10.00 Dunn, Ben 2.00 Dunn, Ben 2.00 Dunn, Ben 8.00 . Dunn, Ben 9.00 . .. Dunn, Ben 4.00 Dunn, Ben 2.00 Dunn, Ben 2.00 Dunn, Ben 9.40 Dunn, Hen . 10.00 Dunn, Ben 0.00 Dunn, Ben 1.60 Dunn, Theodore 1.00 15,450.00 Elmore, J. W. ,. 293.60 Elmore. J. W Este., W. E 2.00 .90 Etes. W. E.. . 23.33 Furr. W. II 8.00 Fain, Ruthford . Forbes A Moynahan 22.00 15.00 Gallion Iron Works Mfg. Co Gallion Iron Works 91.30 5.25 Gallion Iron Works .. Green, Clarence . 10.00 Green, Clarence 02.00 15.00 .. . Green, Clarence 89.00 Green, Clarence . Garrard Hank St Trust Co. . . S27.28 Garrard Bank A Trust Co. . 5.012.50 Garrard Bank A Trust Co. 1.491.13 Goodloe A Walker Bros. ... 50.00 Goodtoe A Walker Bros. . 112.00 400.00 Gabbnrd. D. I.. . ... 100.00 Gabbard. D. I.. 1.50 Good Ru,ids Machine Co Daily. Earl .......... ... ..... ... Logan, Morgan Logan. Morgan Logan, Morgan Logan, Morgan Logan, Morgan Logan, Morgan Logan, Morgan Leavell, Eph Leavell, Eph. . Leavell, Eph Leavell, Eph Leavell, Eph. Leavell, Eph Leavell, Eph. Leavell, Eph. ... . ....... ......... ...... 13.50 9.50 5.00 15.00 13.76 12.60 5.00 8.75 13.50 2.60 4.00 4.00 12.00 3.00 8.80 10.00 Mount, J. R 57.36 Montgomery. F. W. . Montgomery, Frank Montgomery, Frank Montgomery, Frank Montgomery, Frank . Montgomery, Frank Montgomery, Frank Montgomery, Frank McCarthy. C D. .. May, Talton Moberly, Perry Moberly, Perry Moberley, Perry Miller, Henry Miller, Harry Miller. 8.00 16.00 20.00 18.00 69.00 61.00 32.00 18.00 3.00 63.00 7.00 8.00 2.00 37.08 21.71 10.00 10.00 17.00 46.51 7.50 11.00 17.00 .......... leavell, Leavell, Leavell, Leavell, Leavell, 2.00 Miller, Jat., 6.00 Miller, Jat 6.00 12.00 11.00 2.00 Mathews. Allen 2.00 Mathews. Allen Leavell, 12.00 Morgan. Gilbert Lenvell, 2.00 Morgan, Gilbert I.envelt, 12.00 Morgan. Jno. Leavell, 9.00 Morgan, Spencer Leavell, 10.00 Morgan. S. W. Leavell, Tailor 2.00 Marsee, Xoah Leavell. Tailor 2.00 Marsee. Tho Leavell, Tailor 2.00 Marsee, Tin Leavell, Tailor 2.00 Marsee, Thos Leavell, Tailor 4.00 Marsee, Thos. Leavell. Tailor 2.00 Marsee, Thos Leavell. Tailor 2.00 Marsee, Thos Leavell, Tailor 9.00 Marsee, Thos Leavell. Tailor 10.00 Marsee, Thos Led ford A Ramsey ... 1.81 Marsee, Thos Lexington Eng. A Boiler Wk. 21.00 Marsee, Thos. Ijiyton. S. k 10.00 Marsee, Thos I.anl. Jno 320.00 Marsee, Thos. I.und, Jno. 133.25 Marsee, Thos. Land, Jno 83.76 Marsee, Thos Ijiwson. E. I. 28.27 Marsee, Thos. Mose Wm. Law son, Wm luiwson, Henry Eph. Eph Eph. Eph Eph Eph Eph. Eph. Eph Eph. J. W Miller, Wes McWhorter, Karl ... ..... ... . . 21.00 28.00 55.00 2.00 0.00 5.00 19.26 18.20 23.35 9.80 16.00 8.00 4.00 17.20 24.00 . 2 1.00 .... ..... ..... ... ... ... ... ... ... 22.00 24.00 24.00 20.00 6.00 2.50 7.00 3.00 10.00 12.00 12 00 9.00 2.00 1.00 12.00 8.00 12.00 7.00 0.00 12.00 6.00 0.00 7.00 11.00 7.00 10.00 8.00 10.00 12.00 12 10 . 4.00 . . . .0.00 35.00 .. .... 2 1.00 17.50 5.00 . 125.00 1,581.76 . 034.81 4,705.78 Ijwmin. Henry Itwson, Henry Henry Iiwson, Henry . Henry Law son, Henry Iiwson, Henry Ijiwsun, Henry Murphy, Lewis Murphy, Heather Law-son- ... 13.93 54.90 42.60 10.00 4.00 Xoel. Ray Xoel. Arthur New land. Clifton 9.00 4.00 3.00 2.00 6 00 5.00 18.00 5.00 2.088.73 102.00 4.135.99 1. 981.65 1 32.00 2.00 5.45 3.45 300.00 $7,424.88 RECAPITULATION Total of alt sums in the General Fund for the Fiscal year ending March 1922 $38,121.37 Total of all sums paid out of General Fund by the Treasurer and Sheriff Walker 32,433.91 31t.. To balance in Treat. March 3 1st.. 1922 ROAD FUND To balance in hands of Trcas. March 31. 1921 To amt. rec. by Treaurer including borrowed money To amount received by Sheriff A. K. Walker anil paid Road Claims $5,087.40 ...$10,873.s5 05,309.22 on dirt 5,703.09 $81,916.10 Total amount of Road Fund including borrowed money lly amt. paid out of Road Fund by Treasurer .$75,401.79 lly amt. paid out of Road Fund by Sheriff . 5,703.09 $81,101.88 Tti balance In hands of Treasurer CLAIMS PAID OUT $81,910.16 .... FUND BY $84t.28 THE TREASURER OF OF ROAD GARRARD COUNTY, $281.75 42.G0 KENTUCKY. Anderson. J. I' Anderson, J. I' Allen. Lee Allen, Lee Able, Wm Adams, Adam. Able. Win. Able, Wm. Arnold. R. Arnold, R. Adams, Adams. Adams, Adams, Adams, Adams, M M Adams, Adams, Adams, Adams, Adami, Adams, Adams, Adami, Adams, Adams, Adams, A lam, Adams, Adams, Adams, Ollie Ollie Ollie Ollie Ollie Ollie Ollie Ollie Ollie Ollie Ollie Ollie Ollie Ollie Ollie Ollie Ollie Ollie Ollie Ollie Ollie ........... - 4.00 2.00 12.00 3.00 4.00 01.95 507.48 2.00 2.00 2.00 1.00 10.00 10.00 4.50 4.00 2.00 Ollie Ollie Adams, Ollie Bogie, Ollie Bryutitsville (iarnge Buford. W. II Buford. Allen Buford. Allen, Iluford, Allen Buford, Allen Buford, Allen Buffulo Springfield Roller Co. Ballurd, Frank Roian, Joe . Brown, Brown, Brown, Brown, Brown, Brown, Brown. Brown. Brown, Brown, Brown, Brown, E. K. E. 4.00 Hughes A . . . 0,510.20 3.00 Herndon, W. I. 3.50 12.00 Burdette, Herbert llaselden Bros. Garage . . . 398.01 Brandeis Machine A Supply Co. 13.00 Haelden Bros, Garage 20.7 Brundeis Machine A Supply Co. 27.0 Bros. Garage . . . 10.91 .. 21.2 Hervey A Woods Curtis, Henry .. 12.74 40.50 Hatcher, Mrs. Jus. Curtis. II. B 6.50 .50 ilatrher, Mrs. Collings, Jack 0.50 3.00 Hicks, Jno. Colling. Jack . 21.3 . 1.00 Hurt. Lite Collings, Jack 291.00 .. 15.00 Hunt. Itobt Cox. E 2.00 28.21 Hunt, Itobt Cox. E. 4.00 .. 5.00 Hunt, Itobt Cunningham, Bradley 5.00 .. 719.97 Humphry, Moe Citizen Nat. Bank 20.00 .. 45.44 Humphry, Mine Carter. A. R. 25.00 .. 90.00 Huffman. T. J Carter, A. R. 1.00 Carter, A. R. . Hill. Jess 37.50 . 55.20 Hunter Collins llw.l. Co. . Carter, A. R. 39 11.05 Hunter Collins Hud. Co. . Carter. A. R. i . 97 Carter & Pitts 5.91 Harrpton, Ike 1.00 Johnon, Ollie Cheatham, Geo. 13.00 . Conn A Conn 52.70 Johnson. Ollie 20.00 .. 02.00 King. T. P Conn A Conn 14.00 7.05 King. W I. Conn A Conn 5.00 5.75 Kavunaugh, William Conn A Conn 3.00 Conn Bros. 274.62 Kavanaugh, William 0.00 8.75 Kavanaugh, William Clark, Pendleton 28.00 4.00 Kavunaugh, William Clark, Pendleton 8.00 .. . 12.00 Kavanaugh, William Clark. Pendleton 20.00 ClarW. 3.00 Kinmilnl Bros. 112.78 t.00 Kinnaird Bros. Clark. Pendleton 130.8 Clark, Pendleton 10.00 Kinmiird Bros. . . 120.1 10.80 Kinnaird Bros Clark, Pendleton 200.00 0.00 Kinnaird Bro -- . Clark. Pendleton .. 27.21 Clark, Pendleton 2.00 Kinnaird Bros 00.53 11.00 Kinnaird Bros. . Clark, Pendleton 20.71 . 8.00 Kinnaird Bros Clark, Pendleton 110.00 Clark, Pendleton 9.00 Kinnaird Bros 280.00 1.00 Kinnaird Bros Clark Pendleton 230.00 lark, Pendleton 9.00 Kinnaird Bros. 72.01 12.00 Kinnaird Bros Clark, Pendleton 51.02 Clurk, Pendleton 2.00 Kinnaird Bros 11.32 Clark, Pendleton . 12.00 Kinnaird Bros 15.10 Clark, Pendleton 7.70 Kinnaird Bros 10.36 Clark, Pendleton 9.00 Kinnaird Bros 12.13 Brown. Wesley Brown, Wesley - ..... 2.00 Hughes A Ware Ware Ware . ... . ... ...... en Ja. ... . .. . .i. .... Pem-Veto- n ... -- ......... Clark, Pendleton Clark, Pendleton Clark, Pendleton 'lark, Pendleton Clark. J. II Dyehouse, 3.0(1 8.00 10.8(1 0.00 . . 27.00 87.18 0.00 J. L. P I I ........... E. I' K. 1' K. 1' K. I' ... 2.00 8.80 4.00 10.40 7.00 0.00 2.00 4.00 4.00 Bourne. E. E. E. E. E. P. I' I1. l I'. Frank 2.00 ........ ............ ............ ............ ..... 0.00 Bumtide ,Robt, 7.00 Becker & Ballard Co. Denton, Braxton Denton, Braxton Denton, Jest Denton, J(.s Denton, Jess Denton, Jet Denton, Jess Denton, Jest Denton, Jess Denton, Jeis Denton, Jess Denton, Jom Denny, Ike Denny, Ike Denny, Ike Denny, Ike Denny, Ike 20.00 Denny, Ike 1.25 Davis, Thomps 2.00 12.00 .ogan, .ogan, .ogan, .ogan, ogan, .ogan, ogan, .ogan, .ogan, .ogati, Morgan Morgnn . . ... 7.0(1 8.70 1.00 8.10 1.00 6.00 3.00 12.011 Morgan Morgan Morgan Morgan Morgan .Morgan . . . . . . . 3.00 10.00 0.80 .ogan, .ogan, ,ogan, ,ogan, ,ogan, ............. . . ....... ......... . . .......... .... ...... .............. . . 2.00 3.00 0.00 12.00 9.00 1.00 11.00 . .............. . . . ............. . ............. 25.00 25.00 25.00 25.00 35.00 18.00 ogan, .ogan, ,ogan, Morgan ,ogan, Morgan ogan, Morgan ogan, Morgan ,ogan, Morgan ogan, Morgan Logan, Morgan Logan, Morgan Morgan . Morgan . Morgan Morgan Morgan Morgan Morgan Morgan . Morgan ...... ........ . - - ........... ...... . -- .- - ........... ........... ........... .......... - 7.70 12.00 10.00 0.00 1.00 8.00 McMurtry, Silas 0.O0 McMurtry. Thus. 8.00 McMurtry, Tom 11.00 McMurtry, Thos., 4.00 McMurtry, Thos 0.00 Mitchell, W. M., 7.00 Mitchell, W. M., 12.00 Masters, Wm. 3.00 Muster, Wm. . 11.00 Matter, Wm 13.25 Mailers, Wm. 16.00 McCully, Jets .Murphy, Tom Murphy. Tom Murphy, Clem Murphy. Sim Murphy, Sim Murphy, Sim Murphy, Sim Murphy, Sim Murphy, Sim Murphy. Sun Murphy, Sim Murphy. Sim Murphy. Sim Murphy, Sim Murphy, Sim Murphy. Sim Murphy, Sim Murphy, Sim Murph), Sim Murphy. Sim .Murphy. Sim Murphy. Sim .Murphy, Sim Murphy, Sim Murphy, Sim Murphy, Sim Murphy, Sim Murphy, Sim Murphy, Sim Murphy, Sim Murphy, Sim Murphy, Sim Murphy, Sim Murphy, Sim Murphy, Sim Murphy, Sim Murphy, Sim Murphy, Sim .Murphy, Sim Murphy, Sim Murphy, Sim Murphy, Sim Maytleld. Bert .Mayfleld, Bert Maytleld. Bert .Maylleld. Bert Maytleld. Bert Maylleld. Bert Maylleld. Bert Maytleld. Bert Maylleld. Bert Maylleld. Bert Maytleld, Bert Maylleld. Bert Maylleld, Bert Maylleld. Bert Maylleld, Bert Maylleld. Bert Maylleld, Bert Maytleld, Bert Maylleld, Bert Maylleld, Bert Maylleld, Bert Maylleld. Bert Muyns, (. R. . . Mlddleton, Buck Middleton. Buck . .. . . . . ...... ..... ...... Owens. Owens. Owens, Owens, 18.01) Owens. 12.00 Owens. 13.50 Owens, 10.20 Owens, Get 3.00 Owens, Get 3.00 Owens, Geo 5.00 Owens. Geo 4.00 Owens. Geo O.OO Owens, Geo 1.00 Owens, Geo 12.00 Owens. Geo 5.00 Owens, Geo 10,80 Owens. Geo 8.00 Owens, Get 0,00 Owens, Geo 2.00 Owens. Ge 12.00 Oaks, Ben. 7.001 Oaks, Ben IO.20! Oaks, Ben 2.00 Oaks. Bei 9.00 Oaks. Ben 10.00 Oaks, Ben 12.00 Oaks. Ben 12.00 Oaks, Ben 10.00 Oaks, Ben 9.00 Oaks, Ben. 10.80 Oaks, Ben 1.00 Oaks. Ben 0.00 Oaks, Ben. 2.49 Oak, Ben 10.80 Oaks, Ben 4.00 Oaka, Ben 11.00 Oaks, Ben 4 1.00 Oaks, Ben 78.00 OaM Ben 127.00 Oaks. Ben 06.00 Oaks, Ben 237.50 Price, Coy 14.00 Price, Coy 15.00 Price, J. F 2.00 Price, Joe 2.00 Price, J. F 2.00 Price, J. V 7.00 Price, J. F . 10.00 11.00 132.00 16.00 10.00 17.10 12.15 15.00 12.00 12.00 18.00 11.56 18.00 1 1.10 10.50 10.50 18.00 18.26 10.50 14.40 18.00 18.00 18.00 13.50 18.00 18.00 10.50 10.60 18.00 18.00 0.00 18.00 15.00 18.00 15.00 Xettlatid, Clifton New land. Clifton New land. Clifton New land. Clifton Overstreet. Jas. Overstreet. Jas Overstreet, Jas Overstreet, Jas Orstreet. Jas Overstreet. Jas Overstreet. Jas. Overstreet. Jas Overstreet, Jas Overstreet. Overstreet. Jas Overstreet, Jas Overstreet. Jas Overstreet. Jas Overstreet. Jas Overstreet, Jas Overstreet, Jas Overstreet. Jas. Overstreet, Jas. Overstreet, Jas. Overstreet. Jas Overstreet, Jas. Overstreet. Jas Overstreet, Jas. Overstreet, Jas Overstreet. Jas Overstreet. Jas. ..... Overstreet, Jas Overstreet, Jas Owens. Chas Owens. Alfred Js .... ... .... ... , 9.00 2.00 12.00 12.00 12.00 8.00 12.00 4.00 10.00 10.80 6.00 54.00 47.35 Owens. Owens, Owens. Owens, Owens, Owens. Owens Geo Geo Geo Geo Geo Geo V'o Geo Geo Geo Geo Geo Geo Geo. 5.20 ., ., 8.10 4.00 12.00 0.00 12.00 5.00 8.00 1.00 12.00 8.00 O.OO ... 3.00 10.00 12.00 2.00 8.00 I.OO 7.00 12.00 10.00 12.50 15.00 0.25 15.00 11.50 12.50 0.00 8.10 10.00 5.00 12.00 7.70 15.00 12.60 10.00 8.00 6.00 10.00 8.75 12.50 16.00 15.00 12.50 12.15 6.25 8.75 10.00 6.00 2.00 48.00 32.00 44.00 44.00 28.00 The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday Oct 5. 1922 Price, J. F. Price, J. F. Price, J, F. Price. J. F. IVnninxtnn, Jno. JVnn!nit(n, Jno. Prather, W. I Pointer, C. Plrrntt, Thot Puritan Pollard. Hob Patterson. 0. M Patterson, (i. .M Patterson, (!. M 1 . . 52.00 Standard Oil Co. . 32.00 Standard Oil Co. . ....... ....... 0.00 Stan-larOil Co. . 25.50 .Standard Oil Co. . . 40.00 Standard Oil Co. . . 11 .1.00 Standard Oil Co. . 427.00 Standard Oil Co. lit. 00 Scott, Wm. 7.2.1 . . , . rattrrson, .'atterson, f'atterson, Patterson, Patterson, G! M (!. M (J. M 0. SI . 'atterson. Patterson, Patterson, G. Patterson, 0. fatter-son- , !. M (J. .M. G. M 'attcron, 0. it. l Patterson, Patterson, (!. M. . atterson, (5. M Parker Service Co. Kane), Harry Raney, llnrry Raney. Harry Kaney, Harry Kaney, Harry Itaney, Harry Kaney, Harry Kaney. Harry Kaney, Harry Kaney, Harry lUnry. Han Kaney, Harry Kaney, Hurry Kaney, Harry Kaney. Harry, Kaney, Harry Kaney, Harry Kaney, Harry . . . Kaney, Harry Kaney, Harry Kaney, Harry -- M G. M (5. M 2.00 10.00 3.15 3.73 r,H4 2.68 2.07 S.72 2.61 2.60 Swer. Kobt. 6.04 Sparks. Vlneent 3.41 Hparkt. J K. . 2.65 Sanders. Ancel 2.BH Sanders, Henry 2.63 rUnford, Curtis 1.33 Sanford, Curtlt 3 Scott, Tin . . . Scott, Vlrcil . . Scott. Vlrifll Scott. Vlrpil Scott, Vlrcil . . Shepherd, J. I.. Shepherd, J. L Shepherd. I. II. Stlprt, Jat Stottt, Odas .. . 08.47 107.16 268.43 . 189.30 . 354.70 558.61 388.29 2.00 53.00 . 150.00 200.00 . 405.77 170.75 . 162.30 8.35 . 66.60 . 86.40 10.00 11.00 31.00 . 3.00 60.00 16.00 0.00 18.00 13.50 125.00 50.44 5.12 17.60 38.5i 3.05 99.63 16.00 M.55 1.50 IK.00 13.50 12.00 12.75 15.00 15.00 1.55 7.50 . 15.00 1 Kaney, Kaney, Kaney. Kaney, Harry' .... . Harry Harry Harry Itaney. Harry Kaney, Harry . Kaney, Harry" Koccr, Mike Kvgerf, Mike Kocers, Mike KoKert. Mike Koitert, Mike Keo Bus Line lUmtcy. Sam lUmsi-y- . Sam Milton Kay. Th Kay, Thot Kay, Henry Kay, Henry Kay, Henry 1U) . Solan . Kay, Jasper Kay, llernanl KeynolJs. .Mile Keynolds, Ijiwrence KeynoKU, Clay -- 18.00 13.50 10.50 13.50 15.00 16.50 16.50 9.00 16.50 6.00 16.00 12 00 7.50 9.00 3.00 247.21 120.90 77.25 40.00 12 I60 30 lto, .50 20.00 21 37 165.00 15.00 27.00 9J.00 tO.OO 17.50 Ssnforil. Curtis Skinner, Joe .. . Skinner, Joe Skinner. J. S. . Stapp, Irvine . . . Stapp, Irvine . . . Stapp, Irvine . . . Stapp, Irvine Stapp, Irvine . . Stapp, Irvine . . . Stapp. I nine . . . Stapp, Irvine . . . Stapp, Irvine Stapp, Irvine Stapp, Irvine . . . Stapp, Irvine .. Stapp, Irvine . . . Stapp, Irvine . . . Stapp, Irvine . .. Stapp, Irvine Stapp, Irvine Stapp, Irvine Stapp, Irvine . . . Stapp, Irvine Stapp, Irvine Stapp, Irvine . . . Stapp, Irvine . . . Stapp. Irvine . . . Stapp, Irvine . . . . Stapp. Stapp, Irvine . . Stapp, Irvine Stapp, Irvine Stapp, Irvine . Stnpp, Irvine . Stapp, Irvine . Stapp, Irvine . Stapp. Irvine . Stapp, Irvine . Stapp, Irvine . Stapp, Irvine . Stapp, Irvine . Sherrow, J. T Sherrow, J T. Sherrow. J. I. Sherrow, J T. Irt-iB-- 21.00 70.00 24.00 14.00 2 1.00 0.20 1 20.00 24.33 10.00 10.20 1.00 20.00 24.00 Upintrton. F. V. Sales Co. . . 16.00 Upinctnn, F. W. Sales Co. .. 4.I7 25.25 Upintton, F. W. I. Sal es Co. 113.60 23.00 Upton, J. K 120.50 22.00 Upton, J. K. 165.10 22.00 Van Deren Hwd. Co 21.90 22.00 24.00 22.00 20.00 20.00 24.00 20.00 16.00 18.00 Van Deren Hwd. Co Vnnhook, Wrsslcy . VnnliiiM, A. II. Vnnhu, A. II. 6.65 0.05 39.90 178.70 61.00 51.25 SS.00 173.00 12.00 6.00 12.00 21.00 9.S0 175.00 S4.40 11.10 12.00 7 50 13.50 11.70 S.25 12.00 7.00 87.50 177.00 4.00 1S.00 12.00 15.00 12.00 10.00 18.00 18.00 12.00 15.00 16.20 5.70 22.00 2.00 24.00 21.00 24.00 16.00 21.00 16.00 24.00 17.10 16.00 Turnrr, C. II. . Turner, ( II. Turner, C. II. . Turner, C. U. Turner, C. II. Turner, C. It. Turner, C. II. . Turner, C. II. Turner, ('. II. Turner, ('. II. Turner, C. II. .. Turner, C. II. . II. Turner, Turner, C. II, . Turner, C. II. . Turner, C. II. Turner. C. II. . Turner, C. II. . Turner. C. H. . Turner, C. It. . . Turner, ( II. Turner, C. II. . Turner, C. II. Turner, C. II. . Turner, C. II. Turner, C. II. Turner. C. II. Turner, C. II. Turner. C. II. . Turner. C. II. Turner. C. II. Turner, C. II. Turner. C. II. Turner, C. II. . Turner. C. II. . Turner, C. II. Turner, C. 11. Turner, C. II. . Turner, C. II. . Turner. C. II. . Turner, ('. II. . Turner. C. II. . . . . 21.00 Warren, Wm 15.00 21.00 Wnrren, Wm. 18.00 21.00 Warren, Wm 12.00 15.75 Wnrren, Wm 13.50 4.20 Warren, Wm 16.50 17.60 Wnrren, Wm 10.60 2,50 21.00 Wnrren, Wm. . 17.50 Warren, Wm. 2.50 21.00 Whnyne. Koy C. Supply Co. . 20.10 7.44 Walker Bros. & Goodloe 112.00 21,00 Yeairer, J. Ii. 4.08 21.00 Yeacer. J. I) 33.00 20.40 YeaKer, Kd 4.33 j 21.00 1 eager, Kd 25.00 21.00 YenKer, Kd 20.00 21.00 21.00 Totnl nmt. pd. on vouchers 175,401.79 ............. ........... . Bently, Pettus Ballard, W. K , Wm. Brock, Irn Bnker, Dewey Black, Wm Baker, Howard Byrd, Wm Ball, Geo Rarne, ............. .............. ............ ........... . 10.00 3.00 3.00 Crifdlli-t- , Hard Church, ABVrt Curtis, Forcut 3.00 Conn, fleo. Y. 3.00 Colston, J. iM 1.50 Conneri Jns. 6.00 0.00 9.00 0.00 1.87 Ilaker, Harmon Ilest, Jno. Ilroadus, Geo. Barker. Kverett Hess, W. 1! .. Bolton, Taylor 21.00 21.00 DIRT ROAD 21.00 13.50 CLAIMS PAID . BoKie, Olllc Blnck, Jno. Benzley, Jno. BY I Brown, Klmer Brown, Klmer I .. .......... 3.00 Dyehouse, Wm., for lumber 3.00 Doyle, B. L. 7.50 Dunn, T. I. 6.25 Dunn, Hubert 7.50 Dunn, Thco 3.00 Davis, Thompson 3.00 Doty, Jerry 4.50 Dunn, Kobt 1.50 Dunsil, Jas .75 Dunsil, Jno. 1.80 Dalton, K 3.00 Davis, Harve . 9.00 9.36 7.84 3.00 2.25 1.87 2.26 1.50 3.00 1.60 1.60 2.26 2.'' 5 Dunn, Jns. 21.00 10.00 Anclin, Fred 21.00 Abncr, Jns 17.50 Anderson, Willie 21.00 Anderson, Clayton 21.00 22.00 21.00 13.30 21.56 21.00 A da mi, 21.00 Adnms, 21.00 Adnmt, 21.00 Adnmi, Koy ........ Adams, ........... Anderson, Henry .......... Adams, Frank ............ Adams, Jno. .......... Adnmt, Ambrose ......... Nornm 3.00 .75 .75 3.00 6.00 1.50 1.50 Burton, K. Ilrny, Jus. 3.00 Ballard, Kd Ball, Krnest 9.00 Denny, 5.25 Dailey, Kldrcdjre 3.00 Dunn, Kobt. 3.00 Dailey, McCIcllen ......... .. ..... .... (Ieo. .............. .. . .76 3.00 3.00 2.25 9.00 Dorton, Kinnalnl Klishn Durham 21.00 Adnmi, (ie 21.00 Anderson, Mitchell 10.50 Anions, Jno. 3.60 Anderson, Willie 17.50 Askin, Frnnk 15.75 Anderson, Kverett 11.00 Arnold, Cave) 30.90 Anderson, Jno. 2.00 24.00 18.00 , 22.00 16.00 18.00 22.50 - j. . Kobinton, Harve Kobinton, Harve Kobinton. Ilnrve Kobinson, Harve Kobinton, Ilnrve Kobinton. Harve Kobinton. Hurve Koh.nson, Harve Kobinson. Harve Koblnson, Ilnrve Kobinson, Harve Kobinton, Harve Kobinton, Harve Kobinton, Harve, Kobinton, Harve Kobinton, Harve Kobinson, Ilnrve Kobinton. Harve Kobinson, Harve Kobinton, Harve Kobinton, Harve Kobinson, Harve Kobinton, Harve Kobinton, Ilnrve Kobinton, Ilnrve Kobinson, Ilnrve Kobinton, Ilnrve Kobinson, Harve Kobinson, Harve Kobinson, Ilnrve Itoblnion, Harve Kobinson, Ilnrve Kobinson, Ilnrve Kobinton, Ilnrve Kobinson, Ilnrve Kobinton, Harve 0ohinson, Harve Kobinson, Harve -- . -- . . .. . ... . . ..... Kobinson, llaive Kohiniton, Hurve Kobinson, Harve Kobinson, Ilnrve . Kobinson, Ilnrve Kobimon, Harve It unison, Ilnrve Kobinson, Hurve Kobinson, Harve Kobinson, Hurve Kobinton, Ilnrve Kobinton, Ilnrve Kobinson, Harve Simpson, Milo Simpson, Mllo Simpson, 'Mllo Simpton, Milo Simpson, Willie Simpson, Irvine Simpson, Jit. Simpson, Jat. Simpson, Jits. - - .......... ...... . ...... ......... ........... I" 00 Snm, Kufus . . 13.00 ,Snm. Kufus 3.00 Sams, Kufus 2.00 Sum, Kufui 10.00 Sams, Kufui '.OOiflmken Detroit Axle Co. 20.00 Tenter. I.oyd M.00 Tenter. Carl . . i4.00 Tenter, Cnrl . 1.35 Tenter. Carl 21.00 Tenter. Carl 20 20 , Tenter. Carl 2 1.00 Tenter. Carl .... 24.10 Tenter. Carl 20.00 Tenter. Cnrl ... 2t.00 Tenter. Mead 2 1.00 Tenter. Mead 21.00 Tenter. Mend 21.00 Tenter. Mend ... 20.60 Tenter. Mend 18.00 Tenter. Mend . 21.00 Tenter. Mend 1.00 Tenter, Mend 21.00 Tenter. Mead 2 1.00 Tenter. Mend 2171 Tenter. Mend JM.OO Tenter, Mend 21.00 Tenter, Mend 2 1.00 Tenter, Mend 21.00 Tenter. Mend 21.00 Tenter. Mend 21,00 Tenter. Mend 21.00 Tentir, Mind 23.00 Tenter, Mend 21.00 Tenter. Mea.l . . . 21.00 Tauter, Mend 10.60 Tenter. .Mead 20.80 Tenter. Mend . . .24.00 Tenter. Mend 21.00 Tenter. Mend 20.00 TV.iter, Mend ... 2 4.00 Tenter, Mend 20.00 Tenter, Mend 21.00 Tenter. Mend ... 2 1.00 Tenter, Mend 22.00 Turner, Kniory 20.00 Turner, Kmery . . . 2 1.00 Turner, Kmery 21.00 Turner, Kmery 2 1.81 Turner, Kmery 2 1.00 Turner, Kmery 2 1.00 Turner, Kmery 2 1.00 Turner. Kmery . 8.00 Turner, Kmery 10.00 Turner. Kmery . . 5.50 Turner, Kmery . . . 12.25 Turner Kmery 5.00 Turner C. 11. - 12.00 Turner, C. II 12.00 Turner. C. It. ... 0.00 Turner. C. II 2.00 Turner. G. II 17.00 Turner. C. II 60.00 Turner. C. II 48.00 Turner, C. B 170.00 Turner. C. II. 22.00 20.00 17.50 18.00 100.00 53.60 351.13 33.50 10.00 6.00 Wnlker. Kobt 10.00 Wwt. W. W.. 34.66 Wnllnce, Jno Whittnker. Herbert . Whittnker. Herbert Whittnker Herbert Whittnker. Herbert . Whittnker. Herbert Whittnker. Orenr. Whittnker. Orenr . . . Whittnker, Wm. Whittnker, Wm Witheri. Kd .. Wnlker, Woods Walker, Pnntus Wulker. Pete. .. .. Wnlkfr. Pete . .. Wnlker. Pete Wnlker, Pete Wnlker, Pete Walker, Pete Wulker. Pete Wnlker. Pete ... ........... .......... ....... .............. .......... ........ ......... ....... ........... Alford, Jom .............. Allen. (1. P Anderson, Klehnrd ......... Adams, Clarence .......... Abies, I.ee ............... Allen, J. Aldredge, ilnrve ...... Aldredce, Chat. ........... Anderson, Clay .......... Adnms, Scott ............ Anderson, Kichard .... - . Akint, A. A. ...... Allen. J. P, Adams Home ............ Anderjon, Dewey ......... Adams, l.eliu ............ Adam, Andy ........ ...... Anderson. Kobt. Arnold, Colman ..... Arnold, Frank ....... Anderson. Kd. Arnold, Henry ..... K Gilbert ........... ........... 7 Benxley.Will ileazley, Dan Bomnn, Price Burton, Joe Barnes, Frnnk Bnllard, J. C, for linker. John 50 linker, Walker uo; Baker, Walker Ballard, Jim Boatley. Chn Oscnr Ball, W. P Ilallnrd, Sam .... .... 3.00 Davis. J 3.00 9.00 9.00 .7.1 ., till- - .... 3.00 Dunn, Chas. 3.00 Dailey, Earl .75 Duddcrar, Crnlc 3.00 Denny, Ike 19.68 .75 6.25 2.25 1.50 3.00 3.00 1.13 Doty, A. B. ..... ... ....... ..... ........... 3.00 3.00 1.50 .. .. V Ilolton, Kddie Hently, Pettus, for lumber .. Ilrouchtnn, Andy, bridge tilli Hently, Pettus, for lumber .. Hently. Pettus, for lumber Itenzlt-y- , Clnrence linker. Kddie Ilroui;hton. Millard liroughton, Andy. Jr. HnUKhman. Fleece ..... .. 26.00 Wallace, Jno 20.32 Wullnce, Jno 25.00 Wallace, Jno 2.00 Wallace, Jno. 12.00 Wallace, Jno 12.00 Wallace, Jno. 4.00 Wallace, Jno 0.00 Wallace, Jni 10.00 Wnllnce, Jno 10.80 Wallace. Jno 6.00 Wnllai-e- , Jno 3.00 Wallace, Snm 12.00 5.00 6.00 8.00 1.00 ....... Itenzley, Clny Barker, Curt llnrker, Thot. Brock. K. V Hall, Jenninc Brondus, Kobt. Bnker, Cnrl ...... ......... .. .... . .... . 14.00 6.00 6.00 10.80 3.00 10.00 0.70 6.60 10.00 11.00 12.00 11.00 12.00 12.00 12.00 10.00 8.00 11.00 12.00 11.40 8.00 0.00 11.00 7.00 4.00 11.00 2.00 7.00 6.00 11.60 8.00 2.00 8.00 10.00 8.00 0.80 10.25 21.00 21.00 18.00 21.00 21.00 17.00 21.35 18.05 .... Wnllnce, Sam Wnllnce, Sam Wallace, Sum Wnllai-e- , Sum Wnllnce, Sam Wnlluce, Snm Wnllnce, Snm Wnllnce. Sum Wnllniv, Sam Wallace, Sam . Wnlluce, Sam Wnlluce, Sam Wnllnce, Sam Wnllnce, Sum Wnlluce, Snm Williams. P. 11 William?. P. II lluford, T. A Humes, Thos. Barnes, Lewis Barnes, Floyd llontley, Buck Brewer, Snm Brock, Jno Burton, l.esslie linker. Sidney Ilolton, Clnrence Bull. Will Bishop, Herbert Ilroadus, Tom . .... .... .... -- Beit, Jim 3.00 Davis, Coy 3.00 Ilroadus, (lilber . 3.00 Dunn, Kichard 3.00 Cunningham, Bradley 3.00 Doolin, Herman 2.25 Conn & Dnmre!, for lumber 20.18 Dsvis. J. B 3.00 Condor. P. M.. for lumber . . 17.85 Duncan, .Chas. Conn, Andy, for lumber 20.50 Denn, C. M 9.00 Condor, P. M., for lumber . 12.25 Davis. Sam 4. SO Conn, J. J. A. v 6.00 Dychouje, Jr.o. 3.00 Creech. Felix 1.50 Dool'n. Krneit 3.00 Conner. Willie '. 0.00 Dailey. Xrthur .OO; Casey, Walter 2.25 I):iy, J. H Condor. P. M.. for lumber .. '17.50 Dailey, Wilbert 18.06 Dean, Hnrrison WiJI. for lumber .. ,18Chasteen, Jim 3.00 Duncan. Kverett "5 Chatteen, Wm 7.87 Durnam, Bradley 1.50 Dunn. Herbert . Cornell. Kd 3. J5 Dave, Jno Comett, II. C J Cox. C. P 5.01 Dorton. Albert 3.00 j Curtis, Clarence 1.50 Dnmrel, Joe WO Cox. Manuel 3.00 Dunn, Sam Chandler. K. I'. .75 Durham, Burton Cobb, K .75 Dniley, Pete -1 Carter, Oscar 3.00 Davis. Harmond Carter. Karl 3.00 Davis. Hunter 9.00 Carter. Hubert 3.75 Dunn. J. C. Carter, Kobert 9.00 Dailey. Oscnr 5,63 Carter, I). M 5.25 Duvrson, Harrison 3.00 Carter. A. K. 9.00 Dillion, Chas 32.26 Cnrter. J. I) 6.00 Dollins, Gibjon 12.60 Carter, Mnl 9.00 Dunn, Ike 10.00 Davis, Knymond 30.00 Crews. Will 35.10 Creech, Kobt 1.87 Dunn, Jake 2.25 Crtecn, Henry 3.00 Dailey. T 4.50 Creech. Chat. 3.00 Dunn. Alfred 3.00 Creech. Pat 5.25 Duncnn, I. II. 3.00 Creech. Fred 1.50 Dniley. B. K ' 3.00 Creech. Will 3.00 Doolin, Jno. .75 Chirk. M. C 10.00 Day, Nathan 6.00 Collins. Cicero 9.00 Davis. A. I 3.00 Collins, Jno. 3.00 Dnvis Willie 9.00 Cutis, Kaymnnd 10.00 Davis, Jesse 2.62 Deihon. P. P 3.00, Conn, Andy .76 Conn, Boone 2.62 Davis, Harlan 3.00 Campbell, Kay 3.00 Dniley, Clnrence 3.00 Campbell, Jno. 3.00 Davis, J. H S.25 Collett. Jim 5.25 Duncan, Joe " I J 1 . 3.00 5.63 i!.il. ......... Dickcrson, Jns. Dlckerson, Ed. Denny, Claud Denny, Andy Dcnn, Irvine Denny, Givlnj;, Doolinir, Herb. 3.00 Doty, Cordon ....... .. ............ .. 3.00 3.00 5.25 9.00 .75 1.50 ... ... . . . . .. 9.00 2.63 3.00 ... . 3.00 1.50 3.00 2.25 7.50 . .1.00 9.00 . 10.00 2.63 1.50 2.25 6.25 ... . 9.00 9.00 3.00 1.60 1.50 5; ,' .............. . . 3.00 3.00 1.50 r'0: 3.00 3.00 3.00 1.50 1.50 3.00 1.50 1.50 1.811 .. ......... . 2.25 ... 3.00 6.76 3.00 1.87 ...... .... ......... 3.00 3.00 9.00 .75 1.50 ............. .............. .............. . .............. .......... ...... ............. .... ............ W. 3.00 .75 1.50 2.25 1.56 1.50 5,25 2.3K . Jf .. ......... 3.00 1.37 3.00 1.50 3.00 .75 5.63 6.00 3.00 3.00 9.00 Conn, Conn, Will Cox, Kly Cox. C. B ;. ....... Coulteri, llnyden ..... Coi'Iten. Cha.s Conn, A., Jr. ....... C r .r.ey, Uca Centers, Walter ....... Church, Tom .1. J. J. ... . A ........ ... Baker, Jno. 11 Bryant, Chas. 20.00 Bryant, Walter 12.00 Ilrynnt, Alfred Brondus, Kobt. Byrd, Klmer Ileazley. Will Bowllnir, J. M Ilurnside, Kobt. ....... ... Curtis, Kuttell 1.. p 3.00' r lie-9.00 Conn, Claud ........... ..... .... . ... Warren, Wnrren, Wurren, Wnrren, Wnrren, Wnrren, Wurren, Wnrren, Wnrren, Wnrren. Wnrren, Wurren, Wurren, Wnrren, Warren, Wnrren, Wnrren, Wnrren, Wnrren, Wnrren, Wurren, Wurren, Wnrren, Wnrren, Wnrren, Wurren, Warren, Wurren, Wnrren, Wnrren, Wurren, Warren, Wurren, Jno Wm Wm Win Wm Wm Win Wm Wm Wm. Wm. Win Wm Wm Wm. Wm. Wm Wm Win. Wm Wm. Wm Wm. Wm Wm Wm. Wm, Wm Wm. Wm Wm Wm Wm. 3.75 5.00 2.50 3.60 5.65 10.00 4.00 13.20 17.10 12.15 12.00 16.00 ... .. 11.55, ........ , - ., .... - 7.50 18.00 18.00 9.00 II. lOi 6.00 18.00 12.00 9.00 10.50 15.00 16.20 17.55 6.60 18.00 I 1.00 Barker, K. linker, Tom Ilolton, A. J. Ilaker, Ferris . Burton, Abe Burton, IE. J Byrd, (ilowden Bryant. W Blnck. Dan Dullard, J. C ........... Baker. J. A Ilroadus, Clny ......... Burdette, Wnlker .......... Illunks, Pete ......... Brown, W. II. .......... Ilolton, Jno. .............. W .............. ...... ....... ............ .......... ...... 12.00 6.00 16.50 18.00 16.50 18.00 15.00 13.50 10.00 llrumlleld, J. 1) Bryant, (I rover Bruner, Less Barker, it. I.. Barker, Leo . Ilolton, Kussell Bryant (5. II. Ilrynnt, Arnold Ilroadus, Chat. llryunt, Will lluford, Preme Dullard, Frnnk Blunkt, Kd Baker, John linker, Walker Ballard, Thot Hently, Thos 9.00 Cain, Marion 3.00 Calico, Morris 1.90 Calico, Lionel 1.50. Cornelius, A. J. 3.00 CotTy. Obe y.oo Creech, Lawrence 6.75 Crutcher, Lewis 0.00 Conn, Chas. 3.00 Conn, Clarence .76 Curtis, Floyd 3.00 Champ. Kobt. 7.25 Carsan. (i. C 3.00 Crank, Andy 2.63 Combi, Bradley 9.00 Combs, Joe 1.50 Combs, Knot 3.00 Calico. II. T 10.00 Carpenter, Quincy 9.00 Clark, Kmerod 1.50 Clark, W. (1 10.00 Cruwford, J. I. 1.50 Creech, Oscar 7.00 Conn, Clay 9.00 Conn, II. P. 6.75 Clark, J. (J 1.50 j Cotton, Bill .......... ........ ..... . ....... ............. ...... .... ...... . ........... ......... ...... ........ ......... ............ ....... 4.00 DuKKins, L. M 10.00 Dailey, K. D 1.50 Davis, Mack 1.5U Klmore, Jno. 9.00 Kast, Walter 1.50 Kdington, Geo. 4.50 Kast, Kono 3.00 Kftes, Andrew 9.00 Kast, Daniel 3,00 Kast, Klmore 3.00 Kstes, Leonard 9.00 Kstredce. K. K 9.00 Kiiibry, Curt 3.00 Kites. A. X 3.00 Klum. J. W 3.00 Fade, Delbert 6.00 Ka;le. Jno. 9.00 Kuifi. Ben . 3.00 Klum, P. I.. 9.00 Kdiiurds, Hurry 3.00 Kd wards. J. M 3.00 Kasley. Will 3.00 Klum, Jette 1.50 Katun, T. C 9.00 Kast. Hubie I 50 Kat, Barney 3.00 Katun. Will 3.00 Kills. Hubert S.25 Kites, Milton 4 50 Kmbry, Clint 1.50 Kdwards, A. F. 3.00 Klam. W. 0 5.50 Faulkner. Wade 3.00 Fraiier, K. II .75 Foster, 1.50 Ferguson, Wm. 3.75 Fry, Thos 1.50 .... 6.00 3,00 2.63 9.00 ............... ............ ............. ....... .. . ....... .... ... 3.00 3.00 1.50 4.50 2.25 1.50 1.50 !l,00 .............. ..... .............. .......... 5,00 0.00 3,00 9.00 Kill 5.76 9.00 3.00 3.00 .............. ;. ............. ...... .. .......... . y.oo 1.50 2.25 2.25 1.87 7.50 9,00 3,00 10,00 2.25 1.50 Ja. 4,00 WD 4.50 9.011 ........... ... 1.12 ............ .... ... 2.00 J Cornell, Jno. 1.50 Cornett, Hlljie 1.50 Conn, Jim 9.00 Center, Tandy M0 Combi, Jno 1.87 Combi, Bob 3.00 Church, Jus. ... 3.00 Crunk, Tom 4.50 Cottrel, Will 3.00 Cochran, Frank I.8S Calico, Kucene 5.63 Crank, Willie . 3.00 Cox, K.ul 9.00 Criscillit, Joe . 1.50 9.00 5.25 3.00 3.00 Faulkner, Jns. Former, Jus. Fathewll, ll.trley Faulkner, B. K Finley, Harrison FatherKill, Kobt ............ 269 3,00 2.25 3,00 9.00 8.25 6,75 ..... .............. .......... ........... 1.60 Frailer, K. It 4.50 Fraxier, Aaron 3.00 Foley, J. P. 3.00 Faulkner, Arch 6.00 -- 10,00 K.00 .... 3.00 Fisher, J. 11 3.00 Fisher, Oscar 4.50 Fisher. David 3.00 Fletcher, Henry 2.62 6.00 3,d0 0x00 ........... rortner, Wm. ............. week,) (Continued next 3,00 4.50 2,25 Tn Cant ral Record. Lancastai, Ky.( Thursday, Oct 5 1922 FAMOUS RAMBOUIUET RAM GETS ATTENTION I PAINT LICK Ranchers West Study Result of Ireetfrng Work. in In Particularly Interestetl Nottd Sir, Assignee or I Mr. W. O. Anderson were In Danville Monday. Mr. M K. Hai taiok her daughter to St Catherine week. Mr nml Mr. L II, Pavio were In C nrinnali .Momlny am liunneM, Mr ami lt Prlnc of Parowan Uniformity and Good Typt Produced Art Exhibited. Ituth Him entered school at atherine, near Sprlnulia-UI- , Mr nml Mr f. M. nurnc went to lluoneshoro Sumlay nftrrnoon. M St ( 1'rnf Klin Weldon t!,fa,ir. Ij California, Idaho, nml win In nil, day nt the anal wife hnv A. II. KstrldKeV Handier frotn Washington, Oregon. Arizona, Nevada, I'dili. tha I'altM Stat.a of Aeiltttlrs.) lpattni"it taken room at .Mr. Motituiiii, nhout '.I I mt recently attended a Held government sheep fHrni In Malm, when they atudlail tha result of the breeding work tloni' liy tin department, particularly tlmt with Itarnhoulllct. Tht famous Itiiin Itoillllet ram, 1'rliitv of Paruwan, miirh attention from the,. Real and Personal Property As A.xsijtnce of Tom Tracy nml Myrtle Tracy, the umleralstnud will on .Mr nml k'ua-- t Mr. (Mile llulan were th Sunday of her lter, Mr. Will m 2moomoV Tuesday, Oct. 17th, AT TEN O'CLOCK A. M. sell on the premises the fnrm of Tom Tracy, consisting of 89 ACRES OF GOOD SANDSTONE LAND on the Knst side of Judson ami Silver Creek pike, about three miles from Lancaster. Said laud has a new tobacco barn and tenant house on same. I llurrhell hn been vm! her xiter, Mr Arthur llntner, at llavenna. .Mrssrx t S. Ilenslry and John llrownlni; have from n buI nr trip to Harlan. .Ml I'axton, of Stanford, ha been the KUet of her couin, Mr. K. I Woods for eternl days. .Mer. It. J. Wnlker and Wood Walker left Saturday, for Tenna-ee- ( where they will visit friend. .Mr and Mr. K. M. Center have re turned to their hamie in Itnvenna, nf ter n ilcaant viit with relativa-here tin . s .MIm Kmnia Facts About AN nt pttn Mr. Chlld-Blrt- h ( to thouunj )utl haw to b (io tlraoJ. Inn afffrtn sihl Ireaa muh nf tho klh sssnr rooUwrt (or month, iteht i Uj Um boom til wfctn tko Utti Un SMttwr eminent phyilclan haa ii swsltltotf no mm, an tsrth tKt M bo oiltMot 'Mriktr'a trl.vf tvirlnr i(hUmi If h unlf k Um tsluo of tuttitu" I Avo Wm. WsiMnetsn. It; tulto NuIIIo. Tnn, sor! nv.r MoWs u Ik bxk and tklM-Mrt- Mr and Mr It. I.. Hill and chil dren have returned from eernl day viit with hi parent, at Jnmetoun I'enn ton on nofif Mko, month. drood. rln kl.onj It rrinf jor ImtosJ ot t tho lSnmn. trUrm iho un. llrsn.nti It month I lUr. nukr -- It lrnsltr tin-r- U Princt rtica of Parcwan, Ramboullltt Rain on Government Farm In Idaho. Tlila raru. a partla ularly hlch-clalre. produced nearly 110 Kim nml daiittliters on the ranch year. Of thee. 28 elecld ram ami .Vt ewe were exhibited In to allow the uniformity ami gootl produced liy the lre. Some of hi crumlon were m much like liU Mint that It waa illrhYult to pick them out. Stockmen consider that thla rum I a "tlml" and eiuil to the best of Hie a hfpmen. At the same time and place, l will as Assignee of Myrtle Tracy sell 75 ACRES OF LAND, ritfht across the road from the Tom Tracy farm. This is the farm formerly owned by .1. D. Naylor. On each of these farms there is n mortk'ane with the Federal band Hank which has '.V22 years to run or purchaser has privilejte to pay same within lt tp round management mid the effect on yield of wool and lamina, ranee by grating tmlle and re. aedln of ahandoned areata aif the range, xtied latntilnir, and methiNU of wnterlrif sheep on part of the rnne distant from water. Fence lire mnr Imllt ao that It will he tu out experiment on the ii.e of j lange to the full rupniity i the breeding work n thU ranxe station studies are lieliu maile of various method of jeur. hreeal. In iiililltlon to This makes the sale on the very best terms. This is an opportunity to buy a jrood farm with very little capital as purchaser will only have to raise the amount over and above the lonjr time innrtirflire debt to buy same. At the same time I will sell a lot of personal property, consisting' stock and farmitiK implements. All sums under $25.00 cash Terms on said personal property: sum three month's time, with tfood note drawing interest from date. years. l': of live- over that kIio JAS. A. BEAZLEY Hobinson BABY BEEF VERY PROFITABLE Production Can Be Mad on Land! Worth Not Mora Than $150 Per Acre Alwaya 'Topper.' Kautrman, Atty's. for Assignee. at ASSIGNEE OF TOM TRACY AND ASSIGNEE OF MYRTLE TRACY. Baby beef produrtlon ami be nmll moat profitable on land worth not more than SIM an acre, of which nt ed number of friend and relativa- BRYANTSVILLE leaat SO per cent la ently ciililvntcd, , at dinner Saturday aya W. H. Peter, acting chief aif thei ""' ' u' Kennedy wa in Dan- - Mr John Campbell will be host fair nulnial husbandry division of the 1'nl.' ' the next "Silver Tea. luesalay. veralty of Minnesota. Ily baby beeli The date will production. I la meant thei Mi Jane Howling wat In Lcxing-b- e nnnounceal later. growing, rattenlns and marktttug of ton Saturday afternoon for the ball! . tt,.. mi.. aj, TL 'the ".V::' moat ecainomli-a- l at which to fell. -With sufficient fat on them when plar.il on the market, baby beeveJ are alwai market totper, i'rofesot Cetera ay. "Ilabybaef prixliictliHi n. Iowa raisin of more aaltea am the "nine amount of luml than doea of stock or feeder cattle. Ka h tfioal bahy beef uteur should nell for .! to IV) more w hen one and f obi than the average fawla-- r will brlnt: lit two unit amelmlf eara of ue. one-hala l!'n PLANT WALNUTS ON HIGHWAY1 Minnesota Forester Receives 20,000 ireea ror uistr jutlon in South- ern Minnesota. forestry alepartmont The wulnut are. to - plumed ulu'it: hlKhruya In the Mi'Jthem part of the state, nrcordiiii; to W. T. ox, state foreter pun of the forestry tl.part-- i TL llient lVe rhkneeal Miluewhut since the .unchliiK of the tree plantlni: pro- .k'rara, due to the (Net that lh demand for trie's I greatly In ece of Hitj available xupply. Im- -ee atonic MlmteMita hlnli-jla- t is wen under way, follow Ins dl tributlon a f nearly IV.HM lilnck wnl J nuts, raTently by the tate riaitliK wm Claude Murphy host wa llroaddu Mr. I.oui Thurwlay afternoon at her home in the country fair the "Silver Tea' ''" The haime wa very attractive for the occaion with gar.lcn (lower ued ' ,, Mary Brown. nt for decoration. Mr, llroaddu. prav of Mi ed herH'lf a most charming hot and Mr. J. Hogan Ballard anil Miss her home, neur (.ancastcr. m,. Hlanche Oullev. of Shaker every one preent thoraiutrhly enjoy. Mnyme Ilallard were in Danville Wed.; eal the atTnir, Quite a number were ne.day. town nn, cumr Mnilay for a short preient and n very t sum was Weilnes-- , stay with Mr. J. ilouan Ilallard. Mi Xillah Dawe pent I ... .1. Ik....... .1 t r... III, uil 111 ,, ,, , , .. , . ., . I.U11IIL; mr I ill ,, Mi. ivilll.ru. ...r Kue.v ... ...... -- ., Mm lMW TomIin,on iKhtful .andwiche, and Kuian tea -Martraret Hobinson are In Middle.; were erve.l. .Me.rs. II. .M. l.uy and . w. for a viit with relative. The new atone wall in front of the nedy attenaied u land sale in Lincoln Mr. II. C. HaU'omb nml daughter.! Methudit church wa completed Sat- Thursilay, 'Mr. I.oui llroaddu, left Monday . urala and it is saial to be tha- - handMessr. Huble and Dean shipped a'for a relat,v.ll in Owsley ainia't piece of tone work in Oar carioaai oi not: jo v incinnnii a iew county. ' rard county. Mr. J. It. Soard, of alays atrai. It beint: the contractor. Hev. A. I. June will fill hi regusurely add iUite a i;ood ileal to the Mr, w. Wooifoik. of i.xinKtn. lar appointment nt the Methodist aif the new church a it came .Monday fair a vilt to Mr. J. church next Sunday. Services both wn Hou-aThi handneeded ijuite h.tally Ilallard. morning and evening. some Kift which cost apiite a larj-- a Mr. and Mr. C. M. Dean, Mr. Mr. ami Mrs. Hobert Gulley, Mr. sum. wa donateal very Kr..ciouly by A. T Scutt, Jr., were in l.exintrton J. W. (.ullay and M: liable Culley Mr. J. I., Watkin, of l.axiniton to Wealnesday. were in I.exitiKton Saturday tu attend whom the members are mo.t deeply Mr. Iiudrani llurdette entertain- tha funera! of Mr (iulley nephew, inilebteal, and arkiiow!i-dtwith ..Krateful appreciation thi kind ex-- " j pre.on of hi ititt'ret In thuir wU f.ira-- , alo to hi loyalty and alevotion j t' the church with which he united in .tarty manhood. .Mr. I ..i ii,i r.r,n u-.- u.t. na-a- ,.. .,..... """ ' - t. appa-aranc- e - e ATTENTION TIRE USERS I LOYD HAVE ACCEPTED THE AGENCY FOR THE Famous Trent Tires AND TUBES AND SHALL BE PLEASED TO QUOTE PRICES TO PROSPECTIVE PURCHAS-ERWE WILL SAVE YOU MONEY AND GUARANTEE SA1SFACTION. REVISED PRICE LIST ON TRENT TIRES AND TUBES Sisr Fabric Cord $ S BEET TOP SILAGE Hay Requirements One-Hal- IN Oe RATION' Lessened May f In feeding for Betf, Mutton or Milk. fi'edlni: prurtlce have , that by the uo i silage In the ration the hay ir. lulremcnta tuny U lealucail by unt-hIn for the prilurtlon af beef, mutton, or milk. The hiicruli'iit value of the tltai'e supplement It actual feeding pmpertle and that aif forag and other feai!. The best NEW j alf 30.3 30,3 Tubes $1.45 1.75 . 2.15 1 , . (S S. or C.) . $ C.95 7.95 11,80. 19.75 -- 311 324 334 GRADES FOR POTATOES! 32.4!, .. 344 ... . . 11.92. 14.25. . 15.25 20.30 .16.10.. . .21.25... Rovlaion Provide lor Elimination of All Those Misshapen and With H 61 low Heart. Revised tradei for white potatoes, prepartal by the I'tillaxl Slate He--, l.nrtmeiit of AKrlcultura, provide fori l In- - elimination from No. I k'rade of iiilisliaiii potato and potatoes af. favled by hollow heart, and the addl' of a grid kiuwu as Nj. 1 loitll, 334!, 344 i 335 355 23.95 24.90 -20.00 ... . 3.6S . .30.80 . . 3.9S , 4.00 32.20 (SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE.) .... 2.20 2.35 2.45 3.25 3.35 j Mr. and Mr. I I. .Maltham- viittal Mr and Mr. Hill Matthew Sunday. Mr. Will Smith ami daughter peiit . Friday afternoon with Mrs. I.. l'Mat-- ! thew. Mr. and Mr. Kemp Walker and family, of Teatersvillc, vUltcd Mr. and Mrs. Klrby Tenter Sunday. Mr. Wm. Whittaker and ilatitrhtar, Mi I.avorne, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mr. Suirc T. Whittaker. The pie supper at the I'leasalit Hill school houte wa a great succc. Had a lurtte craiwd. Mis Fannie pie broutrht the fancy price of $0.00. Mis I'earlie Hurt' pic liroiik'ht $.'.00 anal the re.t aild at Kood price. The whole sunt amount- Iiil' to $7J.:i.r.. I ' n' With the ipemnit of crvoW Uim- tsf out Kenturk) and the cold wawther in the Hear future, tase problem of the Hf-.l- y lajsek far ii picnic Mtturalay, iromt; on uniton children in rural KhotsU agaist sas the wodaM. A nice lunch was erv. come t the front a an tmpairtati! id anl n very aleliirhtful alav wa one that alemaml attention, areart4- 'pent. llig to Mi Maybadle I "urn ell. head ttf Mr. W It. Patrick entertaini-a- l the the home ecamontlc department of TVt Junior It Y I', tr Friday night. the College of Agnculture. Came were playail with plenty aif thi problem t receiving due can- candy nrt.l a nice time was had bv all lden.tton In many part of the state it shown by the fact that a rontdoi the member. hie number of "whaa4 are wrving Conference na ent Itev. Yaiung at laMl one hot dih te supplement to u attain. Thi t hi third year the cokl lunch brought by the rfctl t'naler In minitrnton the with . However, the serious nesl f church ha doubled its membership the hot lunch i rralixed by comami plans are under way to enlarge paratively few peron. the building. "Under average cortahttant, rural whool children in Kentucky follow Mr J. II. ICaMnn capture! Tarantula in hi tere Saturday night a daily program that male it nere-arwhich wa for them to get along on little uppoed to have been brought in a talk of banana. At more than twa. meals a day. A a rule they have breakfast at about pre.ent it can be een alive In a glu ix o'claick in the morning and by jar at hi tore time are hungry enough to eat A Mr and Mr. T Howling ami n, Morris, left for Aheville, N. ('., mot the lunch which they hate brought from home What may be Sunday where tha-- expect to pend left after race M intutficient for the the winter, hoping the climate will noon lunch with the reult that they be benelical to Mr. Howling' health, go home hungry about four o'clock They alrove through. to eat another lunch that leave them I'aint l.ick again beat Lexington, without any appetite for the evening at bateball on the former's ground meal. No man t willing to work am lat Friday 3 to 0. Lexington had les than three full meal a alay. played 19 games this ami won School children, who are growing am! all but three. I'aint l.ick team i studying can hardly be expected to one of the t In the tatc as report alo their best work am two mral a ay they have lost only a few game alay. thi Ji'sxin. "IVrhap the first reaiuirement for (member the Poultry Club meet starting a hot school lunch in any m an active organisation of ing next Wednesday, Oct. 1th.. and be ure to come, a there will be peron interested n tha-- welfare aif something of interest. A hatchery tha children that can superintend the hat pnka-- aif obtaining egg front project. This may be a parent-teacour Poultry Club o ha- - on ham! an.l era aociation, a community club or learn all the particular. Let' have a group of farm women. The teacha good crowd to how- our appre- er aif the chool should naturally be ciation of Mi Svter. It i to our a supporter of the praiject since he intercut and we hoiild take advantage JiouM be lnterate.l enough in her that they are kept lit of the many frae thing the state and pupils to physically. county arc willing to provide. "Compile detail dealing with tart. ing a school lunch, financing the pro. Oulded by Electricity. A French tcamhlp Ject. the eaiuipment transatlantic nece.tary, Ifi t Uggeti-.- l lunche anal more than a caiuipany wa the llrst to with the radiogoniometer luvetiteal b) 'ca.re of rccaipc are given in extcn. nml l'il. Ily meuim of till sion circular No. US whieh may be uppiirutu tin illrat'tloii of an luvUlbla-veiad- . obtaineal free by writing the Kxnori- tullliig iibiiig i. coast and merit .Station, Lexington." wln-Ie- r Mr, ( arr.a- Iteial, of Ohio, li re ........ i luina-ni.ine nuer u vnu to her brother, Mr K. I.. 'ao,. an.l other relative at that place lr an.l Mrs. P. II. Smith wert truest Sunday of hi parent. Mr anil Mr John Smith, Sumlay beint: hi niadher 70th birthday. Mr. J S. Hetti and brother. Mr Arthur Hurt, of I'tttsburtr. IV, ara' here with their father, Mr. Win. Hurt, Sr , who continue ery ill. The Junior Christian Kndaavor had u ITm HMKir't our Prlfixf lkL ftm t mothers mrti rtsnilmuikrr sn.t moonatllo nit. start llrs-lA.wrtto lo tUsula-o- r o. MA-4Atlanta. Ca . far a fro oVrfiil twok rontalnln Infarmatlon evory osnociant mothor hwkl hato. Ijoi a ootu of "Mottur Ml.nJ- aU toOar. It I, aM Urua to oi 1 1 o k r. ... McROBERTS DRUG STORE Rural School Children Need Hot Noon Lunch pripet u. alra-n- y re-c- e y ba-- 1 - cxN-r!lnen- emitting shore signal, tun stallam frni two ii nd It on the a radlot'onloiueter anil place near a auat b aibservllig the lllrat'tlailis aif tin- - wnva aatinliig from twi. wlrades siatlon on thai xhnre, und aim tlm iniike It way III a fog wluMi the ca.at llglilM lire lie al.ll.le. lllllppeal. IiIkIiciI Witts II aoiirv cuu be accural l) I VntaTM-l)- , a teax'l fur a ivvay. Fortunately, the near east I far We don't have to plunge. VRKV. HAMI'I.KH AM) HTYI.K IMMIK t MK.Vri TA1I.OH determine Hunters Beware We positively will not permit fox Hunting or h'lnting of any character or tra'spaising on our farnia. Any violator will be prosecuted. J. S. Schooler, Kdgar Price, W. A. Price. Joe Criicilli. T. J, Price, . L. Klkln, II. M. Lear, U. L Ilarker It. F, Parson, Marinda l.ongsworth, J. P. Hland, Askln and Moberley, J. J. Sebattlan. W. X. Mobcrlcy, l)avi Forest Calico, Sutton and Hughe Hro., M, II. Turner anal It. IM Arnold. (Other name will be added upon the payment of S3 cent) (tf.) Wtr Tailor Mail Clothta. Thsr coal no mar than "ready mails' Hat tha mlilillaman'a profit n.t l an KXTUA I'Alll Or I'ANTH tlIRK WITH KVKIir SUIT. lint yuur mtaaur taken la your own lioiu. stlsct your own tla and 1st our cxptit. tailor your suit la ault you. tlet our sauipl book ant at what woiulirful valuta w offrr. Writ ue card today. You may forest II tomorrow. .M.l)i: C1A)TII1NL Sent on Ittqutst DISTRIBUTOR FOR DUNN BROTHERS. DANVILLE, KY. Burton Stapp , Tin KUet who departs speedily la thrict welcome. "(iive us this day our alaily bread," but for heaven' sake alon't boost the I'riff. iluving a mind of your own is not sufficient. You must know how to use it. maiWTTsUa, na Moollon Thla PaiMr SO. KOr.SII The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday Oct 5, 1922 ll N Rheumatism at 60 Mm Ida I V? A A Wt I a m mm akt mmmrnm m. OF SEED CORN IN ALL STATES H noi S.S.S.TWHthi tUjeumatlim Impuriti, l4r Gasoline 25 BUY I lBISB tuffrrlr.ir, lent I hi- - common rrnuhil, hut lirr t.art Hill Uloiija In lh ataral unyUxIr rrr? 8.H. K In onn of tha known, ami It frratrat l ln.purt'I ! mors lkal rHI. II, rne1 Irlnal Inrrr'llrnta ar purely vraat.1-liII never rilaarrarirea Ihn atnmarh. II I. In fart, n tonic, n I.Uot maker, n l.lwal mrl her. It itiaumatlam from klnp muaclra nnl ft ilM tlrm Heart. lhe rtitlrn UlY It la what aomelvitjr' mother reeli Mother, If von rati Mil en lonlililt out In ret n litlie f H H.H ymiraelf, mrely aomelly In Jour famllr will. HmneUxty, ffl n lltle of H H, H. Hnw 11 a.imrlo.ljr mcltier Maylxs In fet rnaytxi Joyful Innlelit. thf, it a lour rontherl 8.F. 8. la okl at Hw tUrUai yna will all tru atorre. In twu alea. Tho mIih iar rhumllim la all can. lid Jam Bp.lMt Ureer ilJo la tlio tnrre economical. A.H. fcd.lt. II UI Tim arourr r.aa wrrraa.l lirr FonlvVn mi(hir llr. forward, fit rhftimatltra limping and the arra liut riifftrtne bI lo, FROM US Same PKICE as DANVILLE and LEXINGTON e. 1 We Have F orced The Price Down Show your appreciation by giving us your patronage. fl, n tt "S ? S ,f Crown Gasoline. Quality Guaranteed. nnriit Mcltohrrt Drue Ftorr,' Polorine Oil. First-Cla- ss Work Dlrd In Mat1rpitee Ht Planned. nne limn Th- 'ifUtn i' lli'iiu' wn .lnnniil ilmiil-nilhi iifU'rwiirit lit lilm tiy u urfrriM iimroriloii. in Ihf fumima Inow )l. Itoaton Trantcrlpt. ari'iin. Doe Work of Many Men. Duty Mattachutrtla Loom. .4 California rlictrtVal .riMirstlnn which lr hole fur tm ii machine Maai htl'ftla li'lita In uno jnir n a flajr. oolina inourli to innkf and aria ,V l.lnnki t on- - inlli- Inns ami ihlrty-Mi-Oeadly 0 tr. rolli-whir l l ver diadlv The Amerien Cat Much Cndy. like tin- - ground, tt lie ami ait "rut - Miali'a nt " Tin- - pi. io foot trcail on ll till mi Incautlou in tin1 wiirhl. ll laahe out Ha widen flu- - cnnlrat an tall. when Ilnlr.il. It la MilO ? Ihrni tlmt Ihry j h. f rut inon- - iwmlr 'lian ! thp worhl wtiiMm-'Corrtet, Doctor. ale "Hum." murmured the Silk Induitry Needa Much Tin. arntly. a In cut In'" Id retimiMnt mImiuI 1IW Imlirairy miwiw Tin" "Mum. patient vcr) ainlle with ateak. tin a jr.ir In lVal lull, of hardening of I In eitreme anil nvuxrra tin fonu of Nrw York Sun Conaiimpllon of l pi r aliil ' ihl tile tin Rcqulait Toundatlon fnna. lwl I'rlnrli4f l tit n irwi ronatllutloii l I" a rwlhm Wlrkwiii Thlngi. Llfe'i Many ' II tin mif I mat """I ThTf" mskt awl il. lirolhT Ixiih '"HS rwnt t'1 hnppT, fun nn anl lnr. awii-- t ihlnc 'I ' that C"Hiif kihI hHio IhUi.'. IhiTf'a llki- Iimlhir. all tlnm. alh Uff l ! Ilw talml oil thi I totl.ir " aoiihl lhi It's Surt to HrFn. kftralirW tn illf liMirci' Itorrim If aj yrnne wntnan ' ilkflr llh n jmuic trmn rMlns The "Tearleaa Victory." to fivl irrt nri' Uml h- - will !. .rrimllnc to I'liilnrrh lh "tfiirloa lnn Tlrtor)" aa tin- mum Blm hj I la' rnrry hir In fil nMr In imlM hrr ntiVU l Spartan to thr vlrtorj mi hy thilr kliur, Arrhlmailii" III. In M Llnca to Dt ncmemtrrfd. t he rotnt'lniil foroa of tin- Hi" I l"ri' li'l" I"' IImt) ! llli'tit tin' l ami n, hih) of a alnslo man on thf Smrlan world riii III' n ltirt of ami It l Milit that na inanr h K'ii Itmil' nil llt 4a ikroacit rlnca lUnro, H (lire aaml ArraillMia l thou aim' twtkr f It In tho atrtiirttb' or a llfi Hvurrh. n thou wilt. Curljlr. "Oluca" Net Alwayt Oepreailon. oy In lis ourl) !,iopiH'i in ! "him-- " Why Wore a Handkerchief. to Mii1i- lhn Ifclrr It wn niil Th iMiHlkrrltti'f uhlrh i iwlnittl to ili'M'iiln- - thi- - itilor f thi- tn"' nml lulcinlt-i- l n n iry tnulHi) a infk Hiptiriiil frtii i'lil r lai W of a iimkU for miiIihiI U'- -, ti"l m mi nrtliN' of ilna A tho vtcari't nxlc rlrrnlHtioii Out of tin pl.)ainil u 111 i't raii' ii- - ippii' .itl'-- l tin iIIh Ix lillnl a hull, h of mot n, i; I unhappy. Ullil II loll of poillill al'Hk. the illll kli' lli- -l I, m. '11,1 r. hirfa up out Oh rhnuilonll) iil liroiiihiit part uai ulUl The i.iaaK tliiw of piirllaBK iih IhkiIii'Ii So "thf wrarcra ihii:Ii ,ml a i.ilB ptflon uui- - lo l hluc I 'lu rwln- thlla forilnl I'lm lliidr.l uff.i-uli- i I' I ii'lilnc for u (oiiuiiioii of pi'iir-- i iiikI im ntiil lux iiii'l ilrpnx-ii- ii Tin' smiii. iniopiitl ll I, a in Tin- - 'o l I' II, fnuu Kni;Uli or r. lMy " Some of Them Art When ii woman ha Wore h rtuin alii- la tm clever t" - Jf. prii-iltir- o trh-ptm- lle - , a puff-adde- Col-nm- ' lrt .hit rit ltr !!." J r t' rt-n- fr pun' 9et i nai !! i tn ! ! ra - oit .ri;hi. fi-l- lt4f Co-b- tm-fl- - Saitctlng Corn for Seed In the Field (l'rir1 trtl Aaiituiiuiaui) Ptrlmnl In the winter hrlnc (he heat trn ear a LANCASTER, KY. T( fnll'l to the local county achool Where SVril corn for nrit aruwm'a plnnllni; ahow will he hehl. The heal trn ear ! slmulil In- - arltrtiil In Ihr from thf atnnillnc alnlka In .Vrptrmlicr The from eiuh achool will then compete with the other achoola of the townahlp i AlaapiHiintlni; aoarrh for rixt ii ml the heat from the town with the j aprlnv ahoulil n ei'tn i'ry Flrrt Bite Meant to Count. The Head of the Houtt. rraaon for follnwlnic ihlej prnr. real of the county. Six hundrnl nml nliout of j Wife heatlBf, havlnc the annrtlnn of A Miuke oxe thirl) nine )tuini:ator prnmlaeil lo try Ilrr. ttroncly intonlril hy Ilia 1'nltnl It polmn from It chiml at the Hot the Koran, ta common In Egypt. The acent for Waahlncton county, hlte. Htatra lirpartlnrnt of Afrlrulturr. Iniliann, mnllerl circular letter nml Any Intelligent fiirnn-- r run i Into hla Showing Thru. own rornflrlil when thf mrn la inatiirf pilhllriitlona on the tiihject to nil the Care for Tan Shoe,. Clothlnc houo ail Look proi-roufurmera of hta county In the fall, nml ami select hlih f railr anil If ho tin Now tun ahoea aliotiltl iilivnra ki. thrnnpli your clothes. Ilocton Tran-crlp- t. plantrit aulinhlr typoa of rorn nml cuh hail ilrmonatritllon. Chen at the lahei) hefore weiirlns. An) cnitchin If he hu Jiilnnt n achixila for the propvrl) mincer k'enrratlon. will thin affect only the aurfiire. tltntril rount) imm-imn- t in rerlaln The rurul learhera In thla Beautiful ParadUe Flh. aeeil aclectlnn of corn na n projlomlnrtl tarletlin of rorn which urow Merely Trade Name. The paraillae flh of (Tilnn. with ll ect In their nsrlcultural work. In thai lorallly, mill If he haa ralaeil n The il.aiuolid rnlleil a hrilllmit of rrlmon nnd hrllllnnt rolnrlnc In aplte of the ileielopment of a calliil i. t Iuktuv of ita lirlllliim-y- . lhea alralna on hla own laml, he tuny Hue, I a ralnhow of color when In rrnaonahl) ej-r- t a inirtet for nny very aucceaaful rent ml aeeil corn tet-In- s A lirii ii the lii linl al or trade Ihe aunllsht. aurplii" at'itl. naaoclutliiii in Ituah county, In- name ill- :inmd thai l completely diana, for aeerul jenrn. It la the opin- rut llll'l Hllahlll. County Agent, Report Progrttt. Remained Faithful to Early Love. Vnrloux inethoila were fiillnweil luat ion of the count) hKent that the tel-In- t The heart of the emit Amerlran alone cannot he ilrpemliil on for fall h) the ii'unly ari tila of (he North' A Sure 5 qi of Old Age. Irvine, wua Mory writer. ellmliintlntr torn illaeiiarK. Soil romll-Hoern anil Wraiern aiatea In their effort U'he.. h iimn heclna to remark that hurled In the emve of the heulltlful nml the heredity of the eed corn the )our.c cirl lo runtime ttie furmera that tlehl lire prettier than In en It, when In lion of rorn wna u i:noi llilnc whlrh ure factor which affect the k'rowtli of the ill)- - when he una n Ihi) It l a rlrl tn whom no had eh roiiftiimptloii look lar from him In her limply pay for any trouhlo In' the torn, nml the latter of lln- -e ran aure uouhl ll.nt he la Rcttlnc old. tcvoiiteciith )rnr. "Slia dUil In the he controlled hy more rureful miIm iI .similar tin Ilea may well ! Alrhlon illope henuty of her youth." he wrote, "nnd rorn In the fnll from the Held. Ue1 thla eaaon where for one teuton of niil -- he will ever he youns In my nier-mror another the local people are not In Field Selection in Some New Placet. Cent jnd Pen.iy. and heiillllflll " A criHl deal of Interest wua innnl the hahlt of their feeil rent ! ,i 1'nilid State coin. of feated In alx field demontratlon rorn tiuhali'iil lo sirt of Beautiful Papuan Village,. aeed corn aeliTtlon held In I'aaa coun- a dollar A In Stwle lounty, MlDneoln, aelic inn i n hrone Cimllah Some of the Papuan commnnltlea ty, Mlaaourl. 'Hila line of work waa roln. iipii tlon helween Sritrmher 10 ami Sepni n nm twillin of a are literally "lUlnse hmutlMl." Tliey tember '.II waa urcrtl. The week of entirely new to many of the furinera ahtllini:. . .! u iiiuallx riskinuil. are rleanwept. wllh atrin-taalideil In Thoae who participated -tlrpleliiher "4 wna rhoien ua (imm preaeiit worth nit of (iiiiiil Stutea nml planted with ornamental ahruha. VOO hllahela the elrcted were further money aeeil (ortl we'k" In Name I'oUllt), T!iiiori It ould he one- - In the renter nre little plaza or "pa. com lured of the Millie of curly aeed tlflleth purr of Ii aeeina likely that the hraaka In Iaer aixita' where conferrncca are :r a llo t of ilatea thla year will lie I lu- selection from the atulkk, our collmpiiiil KnuMali, ui often lle held, Tlit-"- !nre paved with flat the mlverae weiillur rotidttlona Inter I the won! i n' .nl Miiy inli rcluinue-- , atotiea hi aide whlrh lire erected atone ll" time in (o out Into the tlelit unit rhooe tbr moi promNInK rnr, In llie fall. The autumn waa uhnor ahly, meanir. on n.. ll ii'p'r coin. plllura In a hurkreata. and the rorn noting the rhnmctir of I lie planta on inally wet In thla mutured slowly: then an early freeze whlrh the) crow ami the iletalla whUh Imllrale a tlKoroiu ami healthy ion In Notemhcr cuuaed ll low percentlice CONN & CONN I 1 auiri-clr- I at Im- 1 i i - aeli-ctlo- i: to ' i'-- 'A 1 e lltlnn. . i.ti pH.f lti-l- The nullity ucent for I'akntn roun t). MlnneMtta. nMirt that n permu-nrn- i anil rellnhle ourre of neil rorn la helm: ilrielopeil hy k'ettlnK lertuln farmera In the ioir ly to apeiiallie In areit corn weel. They nre llakeil In priallire it ilepemlahle type of ImproTeil rorn ami to pill In farlllllea for ilry Ins nml ktorlni: farmera lire It nl-- properly o 'Hie ner-ac- n j OF (III ll 11 I laAiitoa' iJpl '!:i;PlJ! I Farmer Should Endeavor to Strike an hut th" definite lect their own work of aafcKiwrdinc the aeed corn aupply i f the count) la helntf curried on with n few men who nrr really competent to produce certified aeeil corn and equipped to hnmllr It. Kwnt nail) It I hoped that there will he n limn In eery townhlp dolnc Ihla aeed corn worW and. where poaaltde. hnlne aeed corn houaea In which to dry It In Scott county. Mlnneaota, lat )car, i;N acrea of aclected ami were Tor their MCI planting -' planted. fiiriiu-rHeld actcrted their ami corn, nnd all hnd a aurplu lo tell. Steam In lounty haa III corn work. Mlnneaoia No. ill, ltut White lent, and Norlhwealern lea I lent were Ihe arlctle Uled. Some of Ihla lertlflod aeed wua awurded lo :ui farmera with their farm bureau ie illatrihu-Honewut, thua Inaurlne a for thla year. The lo)a hnd elrl of the rourily Inolmle flrlil aelectlon of anil corn In their rluli work. Conteit. Indiana Hat eapiM-iallactive In Indiana haa 'eiiiphatlzlnc the Importnme of hmlne eery fariner Held aele t hit teed corn from the ttandlne ttalka. A report of the county aeent leader for ludlana atatra lhat III White lounly a unique primtllloii na plareil hefore the children In tlx rural tuwntl.lp tchouN. 'I he pupil ami father were lo pick out Ihr heat liuthel of teed rorn to he found In the teed at honre. Thla waa to he planted on one aide vt a Held, for IdenilRratlon. Thin In the fall the j pupil U lo pick out .to or 40 eara from I uml later tat ttandlng atalka for fori1-mo- i luouruful to i' of cerminatlon In aeeil aelerted Imp hiitHnl In Ihe ordinary way after tiillii rlnu the corn. In Mlalaalppl count). Mlaaourl, the work done In relation to the tield-erproject In lP'.D was mainly concen truted UMin field aelectlon of mrn Thla wna carrltd nut Ihrouch mretlne whlrh were held In with the county iiperintendenl The niHantncrt of ) Regular Daily Run Leave Lancaster 7:10 A. M., Lexington, 5:!50. LEAVES LANCASTER 7:40 A. M. and 1 P. M. LEAVES LEXINGTON 10 A. M. and 5:30 P. M. Snnday Special Rates $2.00 Round Trip returning leave REO PHONE BUS LINES COMPANY 758-- Y (Incorporated) LEXINGTON, E. R. WEBB, Manager. KY. aaiiaaaaaaaaaa8aa)aBajiaBttaiiaBtaa)taa)a rrmnrkiit rnv "they near "ti" You Coming, '' iill are elrted with ene of henriiie. a How New Yorker, Ute Telephone. There are more than I..Vi.iai n-- i phone .1 out ".IM""'.!"! pen nnnunlly. two for earli Tim n. woman and child In the country. Pent by the Million. Aiitrrlni' larKesi pen fnrlory turn diiv In New Vork city. 13 Acre I Farm LIVE STOCK and FARM IMPLEMENTS WILL ON Saturday, Oct 14, 1922 run-niiiK AT TEN O'CLOCK Hirer for sale to the hin!unt Wilder a V acre farm located three miles North of l!ryant.sville, on Ituena Vista and IlurKln pike, This farm is in the Huena and one mile from Ituena Vinta. Vista Consolidated School district with five transportation past the house. The improvements consist of a six room house, three acre tobacco and stock ham ami all necessary outbuilding.. Woll 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 HARNESS, BUCKBOARD, LONG SHAFT FRAZIER ROAD CART. ALSO A LOT OF FARMING IMPLEMENTS OF ALL KINDS. Terms made, know n on day of sale. ed School-Chlldren- ', lu-e- AL0NZ0 SH&ftRROW BRYANTSVILLE, KY. A. T. Scott, Auctioneer. ; ad, Average of Good Ear, Like Tnete. Ihe method to Ihe liiilMdual fnnmr Pride and Vanity. I would 'itch rathir tight pride were conaldereil paramount, nml the Flrtt Drat, Duttent. l I tin ii piide tin i iliiprnxeliii lit of teeil com in the conn miiiu The hraaa Milton .w.i- - Hrt ty wat ulao alretaed. The ilrinotiM rahy M Uarihuire ni..nufaetuir In tliind up way of llilillii-- '. Vmi kr.nw ihe cloe where It ia It Ihro.ia It i lahli k ahail-otion allowed ulao how field tolirtloli ttlMtiinetiuiii- I:bIiiiiiI. on ji.ii, Mini iiu .ire not at a lea would help to eliminate corn-roorot. of ll. Seenteelilli celilurt Hut taiilty I thai If eara were aelcvted from alalia that in lrlki t where ideluaUe tln.l -. lli.r.m. lhat were leoroua and not rlpenln,: preOnly Real Education. f. el nu maturely and on ahanka that alum ed end laeu thut light ileerMa Ihe name lit) No Hn It nr. lite men thai right whlgc no I'Tldeme of decay thoUKlil. unU-aIt ilcu-hlett by Written Agreement. plcrwt down 'o ihe iii)aerlou aplrll llll'l hnlti rl'iea ll la dialer to chue Henry Ward I lo principle of in iid, .iml al.ma that Into tin in The county hkiM for Huerfano " ltd 'icr h count), Colorado, vltlled 'M farnier uitlvlt) ami Inat )rar who were nmons the earn eniwera. and made written neritiiiiiila with each, wherehy they promlM-to raiae ihelr com arconl-llito ihe uauul method of cullltntlon, aelis-- iml corn In ihe Held nnd "lore ENJOY IT IN AFTER LIFE? It In a dry plare where the air would circulate Theae tlehta were all Otlted Yountf men who would enter the decline of life in comhy Ihe county nent durine the turn-ine- r fortable circumttaiue thouhl bee n to wive now. uml an accuriite eailmate made of The approved modern tr.rtho.l of iiivinir it n lavinc ac(he pcrrenlnee of aland earli had, thua count In the home bank. how Ine the men of what luiMirtame Thi bank invite. young; men uml young; women to Join It waa to plant teed corn that errml-iiate100 per rent its family of mviiik ilcpoiitort. One dollar opens u laving account, and nny sum may Kmphualt on Held aelectlon of need corn haa heen eneral In all the ttalea be deroitcd thereafter, where corn la an Important crop, und many Intrreatlnit notea on the progrea and reception of the work nre found In the rcporla from Ohio, Nevada, New Metlco, Connei'tlcut, Idaho, OF LANCASTER. KiiI'mb. New Jersey, New York. S. C. DENNY, Cashier. I'i'iin)l na, South l'akota. IMnli and Waahlnet'm, Many rermlnnilou teaia hue he. made, and there are frequent h It - I contetti to hrlnc I" Hie ultentlob of toys ami girl In dub work H i ed for ood teed rora. . Intro-dureie r . In-.s 1 1 Venice built on Seventy lllett. Ahout iHMiini la the eatliuatcil population of Venice, which la hullt on hctwciti 70 and H' Mcta. Pathway Toward Right. We must tiiiie care tn he right, at whatever co.t of pain: nnd then sniiW mill) we ahull tind we mn he Huht wllh frii'ilnm. ItiHiln. mill-llplli- il "" ',i tin-in- SAVE MONEY WHEN YOUNG t a THE NATIONAL BANK Cupfrol lilt-nul- $50,000. Surplus $50,000. Honor Roll Bonk Tna Central Record, Lancaster. Ky. Thursday, Oct 5 1922. Baptist Church News this week we arcthe meaning of church member-shi- n various phase. Our in its topic Wednesday night was "The I. .. ...... I i. i nurcn aim us Ml.. be "The Bible as the subject-wi- ll Come Rule of Faith and Practice." and bring your Hlble P Two candidates were baptized on confession of faith at the river last Sunday afternoon. They accepted Saviour during the recent Chrlt meetings. Others are expecting to join as soon as thrir letters nrr reWe extend nn earnest invi ceived. tation to others to place their membership with us now. Choir practice will be held this week at Mr. Dickerson's home nt 7.110 Friday night. Those who will assist us in the service of song are invited to come. The Ladies Aid will hold nn exchange at Hamilton and Dickerson's store Saturday. Give them a call. The services next Sunday nre as School follows. at 0:15 B preaching Sunday at 10:45, subject "Spir B Itiial Weapons." The Junlod will hold their service at 0:15 IV M., but there will be no preaching service In evening. B the ThU week marks the beginning of mi the pastor's second year of service on this field. The past year has been one of spiritual progress with some steps taken towards material expansion, and with the church al most unanimous in pledging spiritu in the call which was M al renewed last Sunday, we have reason to expect the best year in our history, Let us pray and work to that Heginnlng 1 V. Midwinter Meeting of Ky. Press Ass'n to be Held in Louisville At a meeting of the Kxrcutive Hoard of the Kentucky Press Association, held at the LaPayctte Hotel In Lexington last Wednesday, it was Notice ClmiM No n 1 Cttom 1 3 RATES or New decided to have the midwinter meeting in Louisville about the middle of January, the date to be determined Inter, A program for this meeting wa alio arranged for. Those present nt the session were: G. II, SenIT, KWKM President. Mt. Sterling, U S. Fltz hugh, Wilmore, J. Curtis Alrock, Dan Friday and Saturday, Oct. 6th. and ville, S. .M. Snuffley, Richmond, It L. Klkin, lincuter, Malcolm llaylry, 7th., SprcUl Showini of Pattern, Louisville and Keene Johnson, I.iw- - Tailored and Trimmed Mats, Rrlta A. Francit. renceburg. Silwrtone VictroU FOR SAI.F.. 22 and Records. Good nt new Jese Walker. at. pd.) J Single insertions Ic a word Ukcn for lets than 20c in tins column. No sdi :n this column charged. Sen Insertions for tn price of live Phone orders mutt ! ps-Ipromptly All persons having claims against thr estate of II. II. Wheeler, will present same duly proven at once to the undersigned or his attorneys, Rob. Inton A KauiTman. M. II. WHKKI.KR, Agent Heirs of II. II. Wheeler. (10-rus- t fr ) Dissolution Notice that the it hereby given I.nnrnilrr Warehouse Co., incorporated, it being dissolved In accordance with the law. Any claims against this company should be preirnted to the undersigned at once W F CHAMP, Secretary Notice Notice. Democrats Gain In Maine Legislature One of the results of the Maine election on which the Republican IBJ BaVJBSSl SSSSSSStvjan. press and speakers maintain silence TSBa'oass IB aWaBLJsw- - BBJBM BBI BBJBJBBBJr 1 Mm i the Democratic gain of 22 members in the State legislature, which more One of our handsome, new HEATERS will or than doubles the Democratic reprenament your house and save fuel. sentation in that body. A comparison of the returns from B Come in and buy one today, and you will toon the four congressional districts with save enough, at the present price of fuel, to pay for only a few nnnur precincts missing iUelf- show un uvenige falling off in Republican majorities of 10,000. labor-savinfuel Let us also show you a new One of the most significant aftersaving RANGE that will make cooking a delight. maths of the Maine election Is that the leading Republican paper of Come in today. , Maine, the Portland attributes the heavy falling off uf the Republican national administration. All of these facts are omitted by end. Republican speakers when they try Our Sunbeam Hand, inactive for some time, reorganixeil recently with to explain or make excusrs for the vote in .Maine. Friday and Saturday, Oct. 6th. and Mr. A. K. Yelton, leader and Georgia Evils .Moore assistant. The following of 7lh.. Special Showing of Pattern, The college graduate is fortunate ficers were elected : only when capable of putting his eduin Figures Tailored and TrimmedA.Hall. Coal Lilly Lee Yelton, president; Mary Rella Franc!.. cational knowledge to practical ue. F.llen Williams, vice president; Kuth It wcroi that the settlement of the perhaps the things that are I)ickern, Secretary: Fannie Ler Hut railroad strike does not include the GUY. better said than done should not even Walker, treasurer. Louisville and Nashville, nor the They had their first regular meet of Ken- be said. & Ohio, two Chesapeake Mr Charlie Yater U on the sick Don't advocate giving the devil ing Sunday afternoon. A good num tucky's most important lines. The L. You might not like your fu ber were present and much interest 1st & N. is determined to protest the in- his due. manifv-ited- . Mips Snvunah I.i'i.r- - u ill the pat Quite a number of the terest and rights of the 10,000 now turr home. study week with tonsilitiH. members took two mission employed by it in places deserted by courses during the summer. They Mrs. Alford Pojnter visited Mrs. the strikers, who were promised that are eager to begin work again. Roy I'rather Friday. their own rights would be respected COMMISSIONER'S The G. A.'s are holding their rein case the strikers returned to work. Mr. Orear Whlttaker was the gUet gular meetings on the first und third night of Mr. Abner Ray. The attitude of the C. & O. is said to SALE OF LAND Friday afternoons of each month. SaturdayMary Drown, of the same and it is not likely that Miss llryantiville, I.oretta Kstes will lead the meeting business in Kentucky will return to week-enwith home folks. Friday afternoon. Subject "Ilring- - spent the normal until these two roads can opGARRARD CIRCUIT COURT, Mrs. James Yuntis visited Mrs. 11. ing Them in." erate at something like normal The Garrard Hank Trut Co,, I'lff, I'lense don't forget the monthly I). Pelphrey. of Iincnster, Satunluy. The evils of the coal strike, which Vs. at Mr. anil Mrs. Wm. Steel and b.hy finally has been disposed of, are J.ancaster Flour Mills, Defendant. business meeting next Saturday All members pleai' spent the Week-enthree o'clock with Nina relashown by the following figures pubPursuant to a judgment rendered be present. tives, lished by the Literary Digest, in a nt the August Term, 1922. the unMrs. John Donaldxin returned Sat discussion of the loss to the country dersigned Commissioner will sell at to the highest and Church News urday from a visit with Richmond through such a nonsensical method nubile auction, the Court House, door best bidder ut We had a good number at the mid friends. of settling an industrial dispute: Ky.. at 11 o clock. A in Lost wages week service lust Wednesday night Mr and Mrs. Win. Walker were .$450,000,000 M.. or thereabout, on Loss to operators 40.000.000 j MONDAY. OCTOHKIt 2:trd.. 1022, Let's build up that service into one visitors Sunday of Mr and Mrs. Roy 100,000,000 th Loss to consumers '(fiitf mentioned in the of the best in the church. The hour Prathrr. Loss in freight is from 7.00 to 7:45. J00.000.000 ,,eailinir nn, describe.l as follows: Mle Lucy and Nolle Turner were .100,000,000 The pastor conducts a short chil Increased costs -- . The same that was conveyed to the recently of Misses Anna Mae a, ...C dren's service each Sunday morning. viitnrs Houri Mills by . and Lillian Knld. i i i..... Is being shown Total strike low ..$1,190,000,000, :a"Knn' Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Green were the 1020, recorded in the Garrard Cnun-Th- e Considerable Interest y item of $.100,000,000 of office in Deed llook :i". in this service and we are anxious week-enclerk's guests of Mr. anil Mrs. Wm. creased costs represents what the page 465, anil located and being in that nil the young people take part Hun. of Paint Lick. Garrard County. Kentucky in the morning worship hour. The consumers will pay for coal a a re-- J Mr and Mrs. Oacur Lewis spent Ca,I,l,M1 Bttu evening service Is now begun at suit of. the Increase of $1 a ton on,"",1!11' W,M, as Sunday with h'rr parents, Mr. and .land It will be observed that seven o'clock. tl.e price. ginning at a point in the West In this case the public is the only League Mrs. Tom Donlin. i. The topic for Kpworth ,,f Campbell street and one foot Mr. J. II. Ilaker, of Nina, spent ing party to the settlement, for the' West of the West rail on the l. & N Sunday night Is. "The Perils of pro- with her son, Mr. Kdd thence along West line cratiiution," Miss railroads will make up their losses by. PinK Klizabeth the ueek-rn. , .V . h. 11 a gun .. Cnmnbel as i leader. The young peo Ilaker and Mrs, Haker. ncrenseu ousiness. me operators uy of f t , ,street. . ,.,c f tht. t higher prices and the minors by pre Lumber Company lot (said point is 7i ple of the League will be entertainMr und Mrs. Wm. Ilarnes were venting further wage cuts. There is feet from the middle of the alley run ed at the parsonage Friday night of Sundav visitors of Mr and Mrs. no way, however, as the Digest ob- ning Fast and West I; thence division this week. The monthly social of the Frank Turner, of I.anrater. a point N. serves, for the consumer to make his lineF.ast 83, W. 200 feet to point is League will provide many pleasunt Mr anil Mrs. Harry D. Rice were edge of alley, (mid In lui back. 58 feet from middle of the alley, run- evenings for the members and their visitors the latter part of the past ning Fast mid West); thence along friends this fall and winter week of Richmond friend. K.ut edge of alley running .North and The pator has just returned from Mr. and Mrs, Milton Ward were In Memory South feet to a point in Fast edge of suiil alley and corner to Hud- Winchester, where he was in attend recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. Marion In loving memory of Corporal Jesse son & Furnau. S. 77 ht, K, 201 feet ance the past three days ut the State Montgomery, in Lancaster II. Calico, .101st. Battalion. U. S. T. C. to the beginning, including the use Sunday School Convention. Mrs. Marcus White und b.iby and unloading spur who was killed in the attack on the of the elevated fuel little iluughter, Sullie Lou, visiMd Hindenburg line September 20th., from over the property of Hudson & 3,015 Cases on Furnau, according to the contract of Mrs. Miley lleatley Wednesday. ltMV. Alex Walker with said Hudson & Docket Misses Carrie, Maud and Heulah When we lirM received the message, Fnrnuu with reference to the ue thereof, and alio the rights and reThe docket of the Perry Circuit Yater and Carrie Sutton were Sunday It wus hanl for us to understand, servations as set forth in the deed of Court embraces 1.0 , ruses, accord- afternoon visitors at Hulls (Sap. Why such a good one was taken from Alex Walker and J. II. Sunders to The friends of Mr. George llrown. Stewart & Klijuli Sunders, dated Jan. ing to u paper read In fore the Hazus. list.. lUOJi, lecorded in Deed llook ard liar Aocintiuu by llailey P. who was iuite ill the past week will And killed in that far off land. SI. page 278. Gurrurd County Clerk's Woolen, chairman. Of the number, be pleased to hear that he is improvThough at last our hearts were omce. 1U7 are felonies, of which 2K are ing. comforted, The purpose of the sale is to satisfy Mr. and Mrs, Wm. Lane and sou. the debts due the plaintiff, by the de murder cases. Uy the thought he loved so true. It is the greatest number ever be F.lza, Misses Flonnie Mac und Savan fendant, lor which plaintiff has n lien He was called to save a friend un- on said property, umounting to the fore a Perry county court, and i nah Lane attended church ut Hethel worthy, sum oi l,.rUi).O0 with interest from thought to be the greatest of any Sunday morning. That hu might live to be prepared too. Sept. 22, 111 20. at II per cent per an county in the state. Mr. und Mrs. Kdd linker and fam num, until paid; the sum of fb.OUU He lived and died for those who with interest at li per cent from April ily und Mr. J. It.' Ilaker spent SunIt Is rather u misnomer to refer loved him, 102 1, until paid, and for the furth day near llurgin with Mr. und Mm. er sum of $1,002.22 with interest at to the coal operators as profiteer. A Charlie Harnett For those who knew him true, it per cent from August 10, 1021, unFor the heaven which smiled above til paid, together With the cost of stronger term should be applied Mr, und Mrs. Wm. Whlttaker and him, this action. daughter, Miss Laverne, were Sunday TKRMSr And for the good that he might do. visitors of Mr. and Mrs. T. Whlttaker If you keep your The sale will be made un a credit We think of him In silence, of Poor Ridge. of six and twelve months and the No eye can see us weep, eyes open you will Mr. and Mrs. Henry Tuttle hud for purchaser will be required to execute Hut many u lonely tear ia shed, bonds with approved security for the see that it pays to tneir Sunday guests, .Mr. mid Mrs. When others are asleep. purchase price, payable to W. II. Jumes Svbuitian ami Mr. Clay Reytrade with And oh, dear brother, how we hum llrown, Muster Commissioner, due In nolds, of Gunns Chupel. six and twelve monthk respectively you, Mr. und Mrs. Win. Whlttaker, Misswith interest ut six per cent per anPi. J. ENCLE These four years have seemed num from date until paid, having the es Mollie Ilarnes und Interne WhiS-tuklong, force und effect of a judgment unon attended the pie supper at Neur Depot. Lancuster.Ky which execution may issue, und a lien Uut we hope uguln to meet you Pleasunt Hill Saturday night. will be retained on the land until the In that ever lasting home. purchase money is paid. Mr, and Mrs. Craig Camden, Mr. FLOUR Family. W. II. UltOWX, Master und Mrs. Finery Camden and Mr. 4 Every Sack G. C. C. No community Is ever successful Putlence Prichett, of Stanford, were Robinson & KaufTmuti, Attorneys unless it has a civic leader with whom six o'clock dinmr guests Hunduy of for PUT. it rsn And fault. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Yater. Capt. Am Bourn, Auct. VjaSSSSSSSSSSEv-4TOSjBBBBBBBjls- g P All persons ruling claims against II .G. King, deceased, will please file same at nce. properly proven ac1 0 head of sheep at Public Auc- cording to law. with the undersigned tion .Saturday, Oct. 7th. at 2:.10 m executors or Ueir attorneys, Robinfront of Court Houe door. All god son ami Kauffman J. A. Conn. Jr. ewes. W. T. King. Sr. W. T. King, Jr., Kxeruturs. or elWANTF.D : A middle I home. uH (!' 14 It. derly white lady. W. J. Apply to conveniences. Romans, bincatter, Ky. (0-2- 8 Gd ae Prompt Settlement 9 S a g, 9 a P 8 FOR SAI.F.: -- Large oak sideboard. Apply to Mrs. F.. P. llrown. (IO-.V2- t) 26 FOR SALK: Comb Rhode Island Single ytrung Red roosters. The. Currey Press-Herald- 1 WALKER BROS. FOR SALK: Some extra good empty b.ireK suitable for vinegar, J. II. Woods. water or molaes. ). Thl is to cert.f) that the Insurance on the life uf the late Howard G. King, was paid very promptly by K. C. Gaines, and was the first of all agrnUs to settle I'romptneM is Uie secret of his success and we highly recommend his agency It m best by test. W. T King. Sr . and W T. King. Jr., (ID Kxrcutors. of Railway and Strike Some peple shwuld feel complimented when they are treated like good as new.j FOR SAl.K:--O- ne dogs Most dogs are fairly intel Hand Vacuum Hoor Cleaner; two! ligrnt Swinging. Coal Oil Ijmp; three' Klertric Light Fixtures. For mfor (tf ) mation call at Record office. Twenty-thre- e ncres of cowpeas to; hog down, fine also wheat drill to drill in corn, $!!&, if taken at T. II. Hradley, once. Danville, Ky (U 21- - :tt.) one-hore It you need money on your farm, January 1st, put in ap- plication NOW home on Dan FOR SALK:-- My vide avenue. Six rooms anil all con veniences. Urge garden, lots of frui' Interest 5 1- -2 Address (10-fi-7- t. R. ) C. Schooler. K Ijncater, Shi Shelby Mattit l.oaii Agent and Abstractor Court House I.ANCASTKR. KY. rtl&tf d Let me clean, press and reline your Just garments and keep them new received 20 pieces pant patterns and, Call and let me tell some nuttings. you your fall and winter suit t. MMMMMMtMMtMMtMMM ( pd.) W. C Davis, d Strayed: To my place 17th, yearling heifer, charges. (it WANTKD-bacco Methodist 400 pounds. by proving property and paying all W. II. liout Sept weight about Owner can hav same COMMISSIONER'S SALE OF LAND GARRARD II. .. Saddler, Paint Lick, Ky man. Good responsible to-Good house, water y CIRCl'IT COURT McQuerry, Admr . et al, Plffs. in-tl- d door, barn and everything neci-sarReference when apply. Address S, Morgan. R. F D. D. out of Stanford. Lancaster. (It.) utfra Ky I M?, Shoes! Shoes! I Defendants. i.ntMnt ,.t al, Pursuant to a judgment rendered at the August Term. 1U22, the will sell at Commissioner public auction to the highest and best idddrr at the Court Home door 'In Umcaster, Ky., ut 1 o'clock, A. M., or thereabout, on MONDAY. OCTOHKIt 23rd., 1022. 1 los-lin- 1$' one-fourt- ,. d I'-'S'i Perry 1 pleadings ami described as follows: Lying in Garrard Tract No. I lleginning at a County, Kentucky stake in line near Mrs. Cook's house; thence with her dower line S. 28 '4, W. OIH4 poles to a ttone at mouth of old lane; S. 23'.-,- . W .'15 oles to 7t. pdJ a sugar tree stui.ip on a hillside now gone, thence N SO1,. K. 21' poles Loans to u sugar tree stump in corner field; .Made by Louisville Joint Stuck thence S .'lf. K 10 4 Poles to a stake Lund Hank, organized and operating near walnut stump, .V 7t4, K. 1IK poles to two dogwuods, corner to old under the provisions of the Federal Kirketidull tract; thence with the line Farm Loan Art. In amounts from of the same N". 24. W 2tW poles to u stake 10 feet from two walnut On im$:iS,000.00 $2,.'. (10. 00 to rate, bushes, 01 poles to the bctrinninir. proved farm lands. Interest containing 00 acres Pay0 per cent. Term III! years. I his tract will be told first, and No the Commissioner will then sell the ments mi amortization plan. following tract commission to pay. Tract No. 2. In Garrard County, For full information address or Ky., on the Atty's. and bounded waters of Harmon Lick cull on Tomlinsiin & as follows: Hekriiinini: 7t.) at u dogwood, corner to Wm. Poynter 'and K. D. Cook; thence with mild Cook, S. 7U, W. 70 poles to u stake I near a large white oak stump, a )oung hickory marked us pointer; thence tip I'loni my place, opposite me point 01 a kiiod, a. 1, t.. 1 1 pules Wood Ylew school house, near to u chestnut oak marled; thence S. Sunday night, October 52, K. 104 miles to u young black black horse about 12 year old, with oak marked; thence N. 73, K. 0!l pries two white hind feet, heavy built und to two hickories marked on the top about 15 hand high, very heavy of ledge; thence N. IH, W. 20 pole to beginning, containing 10 noes Liberal reward for undthe rods. mune und tail. .1 return of hone or information leud-iThe purpose of said sale ia to pay the debts against the eitate uf K. D. J. T Clark, to its recovery. Paint Lick, Ky , Route No. 2. Cook, deceaseJ, and to divide the residue of said proceeds among the par(it.) ties, Joint owners, as their interest may appesr. (t)-2- h Slightly worn for women and ch.1 shoe nt the old dren and girls Urummett stand, near the Garrard Tobacco Warehouse. "The Home of Many Shoes" A. J. Thompson, Propt. 1,,,,. , lnPntloflM, in thr Farm Hj, CJ-2- Stolen lt, Farm for Rent For Year 1923 TKR.MS. er Mctt Farm contains 122 acres, three miles from Lancaster, on the Buckeye pike, well adapted to stuck railing. Dwelling houi? of nine rooms, Good concrete with three porches. cellar, ull outbuilding necessury, on tobucco big stock bam, one tline-ucr- e barn. Twenty acres for small grain, three acres for tobacco, rest in jruss. For further Information caJI Mrs. Carrie Davidson, Phon 250. (10-5-21- .) The isle will be made on n credit of His und twelve months, and the purchaser will be required to execute bonds with approved security, for th purchase price, puyable to W. II, llrown, Master Commissioner, due in six and twelve months respective, ly, with interest at six per cent per unnum from date until paid, having the force and effect of a Judgment upon which execution may issue, rnd a Hen will be retained upon the land until the purchase money is paid. W. II. llrown, Master Commls-slone- r of Gsrrsrd Circuit Court, U L. Walker, Att'y. for Pltfs. Capt. Am Uourne, Auct. 4