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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): October 12, 1922 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1922 cen1922101201_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 12, 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. TIIITT TIIB YIAR LANCASTER. KY.. THURSDAY AFTERNOON. OCTOBER 12. 1922. HORRIBLE FIND Mr. NUBIIR 37. STUPENDOUS DEMOCRATS FLAY TOBACCO SALE RECORD OF G. O. P. The Burley TriMcct Grewcra Committee contained .1 small baby, possibly un Bjr Captain Cot's Lad County Camto be taken over just as soon lis the man of the Garrard der six months old. The infant was fences are moved back a proper dis- paign Committee, Swope will add new wrapped in h blnnki t and had been The best game of foot ball seen on tance from the roadway. The State zeal and plenty of pep into the camin the water long enough to disln the local gridiron this season was the department will not under any cir- paign and announces that Mr. Gilbert tegrate, as the body fell apart when one against the Danville High School will speak to the voters of Garrard brought out. Coroner Itlce was sum lads here Friday when they carried cumstances take over a highway for and adjoining counties in future maintenance, under the exist moned and held nn inquest. The home the smallest end of it 2.1 to 7 ing statutes which require that all Monday. October 'J3rd It being the verdict was that the baby was put score. This makes the fourth game fence be at least L0 feet from the regulnr county court day. He i meeting instead and J. K. Robinon in the basket ami sunk in the river. thi year with Lancaster High win- center of the road. making every effort to have Hon. milLexngton, Oct. 10 Fifty-fou- r Danville Advocate. ning them nil, three being played here introduretl a resolution criticising the County Judge Treadway and Coun Albin W. Barkley to speak here durlion pounds of tobacco were sold late for National and State Rcjiublcnn this far and one away from home. ty Itond Engineer, Irvine Stnpp have ing thu month, or at least before the yesterday by the Hurley Toliarco their disregard of party pledges. "Hauling Illll Anderson started sent official notices to all whose election November 7th., and it I posPicnic Association, Cooperative Grower No date ha been et for the next caught fences are in too far and it I to be sible that he will arrange to have him The "Juniors" of the .Methodist the pigskin going when he through President and General Mnn-nit- meeting t.f the committee. d church, of Paint Lick enjoyed a de from the air the ball and gained 40 hoped that the owners of these fences here on the evening of the J3rd., as to tho It. J. J C Stone, The Itoliinioti resolution read; yards on a long pass from ('apt. Cox will proceed nt once to comply with he addresses the voters at Mt. Verlightful picnic nt Carter.ville last Tobacco Company, through its "Whereas, the Itepubllcan AdminSaturday. Dozen of delicious sand- and he together with the rest of the the law, so that the roads may be non on that afternoon. Kentucky, vice president, T. II. Kirk. by line plunges and end run turned over to the state this fall, and istration at Washington and thr Mr. Swope accepts the honor gracewiches and rookies were prepared on team Thr tobacco was sold at the nsso-- r Administration at Frank- the day succeeded In cnrryini: the old ball that the proper top dressing of tnrvin fully and come out with the followbefore and at nine o'clock tat kin price for IU regular grade, furt wua elected on unlimited promover the white line for Lancaster nnd gravrl mny be applied before the ing announcement, which has the President Stone suM. Part of the to. ise of rigid economy In all depart- the merry bunch of boy and girls High's first marker against the winter rains nnd snow do further proper ring. mounted a wagon yelling: Inccn, It un ald, I for export. The ment of the Federal and State govteam of Capt. Davis, of damage. Here's what he says: Hale Include! nlmoit the entire hold"Kali! Itah! Zip! Itnh. Kali, boom! Danville. ernments, to reduce salaries and the "Having been appointed Chairman The completion of this road, which ing of the association. Junior. Juniors, give u room." number of otflce, and to decrease the Cox kicked the goal for the extra is on the main line of the Dixie Air- of the Democratic Campaign ComWe are clae One nnd Two The ncgstintlon lending up to this, burden of taxation on the people, point. mittee of Garrard County, I wish to line Highway running from CincinTo "Walnwtta" largest sale of hurley tobacco to we arc church the Danville High came back in the sec- nati to Chattanooga, and to prevent profiteering tuid cormeans more state, to the voters of this county true." a single manufacturer in the history ruption in high placet, and They frequently stopped nt places ond quarter and managed to tie the than word can express, to Garrard and congressional district, that I conof the country, hod been going on both the notional und as the half ended. "Whcrca. county and with the completion of sider it a high privilege and a disgave forth their yell. score Just of for rno'e tJian a week. There wn State Itepublican Administration .Mis Interest and The second half of the game found the Lincoln county end to the Gar- tinct honor to serve In such capacity, general rejoicing in the ranks of the Elizabeth llensley and .Mrs. local lad lighting every minute rard line, which i promised have broken every promise and pledge Because: early llenzley, their teachers, accom- the hurley association member and ofto the people to obtain their mad of play and deliberately outplayed next year, the only direct highway Since the fall of ancient Rome no panied the Juniors. A Camp tire was ficial when the deal Anally t election, and wanton waste and reck-l- r the boys from Hoyle off their feet. to the South, will b- - neiring com- nation or empire has more keenly felt extravagance are everywhere in made under an immense tree, where, It wn in this half that the locals un- pletion the need of good than - was hot coffeS'o nformaUon wa given by Mr. served (and a little corked everything thnt they had nnd evidence, sol.irle aHil the number of the United States of America doc at Stone a to the nmtHint of money In- affies hut e" been increased; shameful Inter a shoser) with our good lunch. the viitor on every play, the present itme. The afternoon was spent in gathering outdated volved, a it was net Immh just bow Lick profiteering remain tinmolestusl; corand it wn during this half that W. This is the stage of stagnation, so muc'i the atN would brink' until ruption II oh H he in high place, and autumn (lowers, tak.ng picture and Itobmson, the speedy half back for the of our nation and, Colonels to speak, inwish lifefollow in the footthe transaction inall) i com pi led by th bunten of tAxntian w th pwple plamg games High and one who has the unless wc to the actual laklnr wear of lie tabuten, ha hern multiplied and increased FRIDAY, OCTOBER !3th. step of the ancient Roman Empire, all Kentucky Half" Itoth President Stone an.. Directs of fearfully, ami Dismissed name of "An through the entire hi we must refrain from electing to way Warehouses Barter hvr aij fur Manager J. 11. ItaUtoti i not leav-in- g public office incapable nnd inefficient "Whereu, the KcftublienH litid-e- r The eases of Tom Wells, llirnm Danville line from the .() yard line Minr time that rtie association would any stone unturned for his big- men. sad politician have proved faith-lr- o Iligby, llert Todd and Mr Tennessee nnd made his way to the goal for ansell all iU holdinfta entail i the to every trust and fake to every lligby, al! charged with violating the other marker for the green and white gest game of the season which by If we heed the warnings on Hisneed of th manufacturer and the aad have ketrnyetl ruUi(eely prohibition law, were brought up in jereeyed men. It is safe to sny that the way, cloe the eaoi for the tory's pages we will elect efficient, lghtnem of the 1VI2 crop, and tkul it pnmiM y Judge the roafhiee of the penpj tlf Tread way'. court yesterday every mwn of the Danville squad had famous l'amt Lick iiim wnen they energetic, intelligent, and capable m very littery that a eorutrabie and thr natioa; a rnt horde uf mwrning for trial, the rntos bavin; hss hand:, on liohinson during this cross bats with the Louiv. le Colon- men. holtling woo Id beixirtion of th Fotloml and Stat Hirtcehotder Ralph Gilbert, of Sholby1!!e, is the are been set for this tiny, the arreU g ensationnl play, but the perfect .in- el?. Mgr. Itnlston i tu be highly taken b thow manufacturers whs) made by sheriff RobhMon traioatiui the country tike an arm) and terference that his team mates gnve congratulated upon turning out such candidate, on the Democratic ticket, already had purchased from the upon him. cutting the opponents down al a winning base bull nine as he has for Congress from thi (8th. Ky.) iTem tribute may be levied to deputies about ten day ago. stock of the association had the season just cloing, and that District nnd I know of no man more rrrate a hupie luii fund to defy the Attorney for the rielenore read so featured. (' Ml one, of too wssac Prrnint J note On the kick off again the ball was n big crowd will be on hand to watch capable of representing the good peoof the people; ipecwl mter-et- a recent rulings of the court of appeals rgnnnatum. H delttrhted with the are bring protertii; triko asxl covering such ease, wMrh said Uxit (flirWed to the clever full bnok C. the Paint Uck nine "lick" the Colon-- ple of the Eighth Kentucky District huge sale goes without saying. disorder prevail; everywhere Movem-ment- search warrants could not he iovuwl, (Jaslineau, who hit the line like a in the CHth. Congress of the United This game will be called prompt- States of America. inroMipetmrr rriicH and the without proper npporting affidavits, galloping steed and tore through the A. D. Bradchnw Wins have no relief; Therefore, I recommend him to all ldier are ar I that the arresting otiieer. had no heavy line of the visitor at will. ly at ':30 on the base ball diamond marshaled and estrnordinary writs suih evidence, o Judge Treadway This lad succeeded in carrying the nt Paint Lick. You will enjoy seeing voters, who wish to have "the host and remedies are retorted to; and thit dimissc'J the rases aramst all the pigskin over the line two of the two of Garrard's old time war horses man possible in office," nnd pledge n A. II. Ilradahaw tSe wntriy known .rm. of lerrennt Krpuhliran pnlitl- - parties. my every effort toward the furtherthree touchdown for lincaster Hi. in action. They are: "Bill" Clel adTho and "Dick" breeder of Aberdeen Anu cattle, ol can and ntriceholder, feeding from The final marker came in the last ance of his candidacy. Danville, had groat Signed quarter when Capt. Cox in the last mission is small, considering the class uretM m win- - iSr public rnh, are row attmpting Visits ning preutiumt at the big interstate to defeat tfco faithful reitresentativee few minute of play from the US yard of bull that you wll see and this day J. W. SWOPE. Chairman .Mr. C'harlei. P. Ware, of Somerset, fair at Chattanooga. Tenn., Iat week. ' of the people in order to perpetuate d line Democratic Campaign the ball between the will be one of Paint Lick's biggest. paid this office a pleasant call yes- goal pot for three Among the promiunw won wore the themelve in oUVr tn increase Com. of Garrard County. more point which Better r out and root for tire boys. Croup of three ImiIU. ither their salaries and the number terday afternoon and announced that made the final tally iS to 7, in favor t wa hi first visit to his old home year otd and of utfim ami the more heavily to fourth; for bet bull, of the sturdy little team representing Foot Ball A first ; ujmer yearling, thtrd; create the bunlett of taxation on the county for twenty years. .Mr. Ware L. II. S. That Lancaster Hi School has this wn reared in thi county and i a rhampionilnp priie on nemor cham-po- n people without an adequate benefit College Twelve men were used in the batyear one of the best foot bull teams son of the late S. L. Wnre who lived tle Friday bull, firt; and Jimior chnmpioii in return and they consisted of the ever known to thnt October 0th.. 13'JL'. institution goes bull, lint; cow, third; cows .1 year "He it resolved by the State Dem- on the Itlchmond road nt that time. following, who played a wonderful without saying, anil that they are de- - Editor of the Central Record, .Mr. Ware is now in the rnilnxtd bui- old and older, third; two year old ocratic and Kxecutive Committee of game a: ImM. The Lancaster High Ky. serving of the support of every man, heifers, fourth, graded herd prize, Kentucky that we appeal to every no. nt Somerset and enjoy one of School foot boil team has no indiviwoman und child is realized und talk Dear Sir: the most lucrative position in the dual stars. They all sny second; yearling herds, fourth; calf Democrat and to every iKitriotic Itethat it re- eil of by the many .tdmirers of this The Presbyterians of Kentucky herds, fourth; senior enrbng steers, publican in the State of Kentucky to Southern Itailway. quires elevm men to play the game year' team, not because they Save a ure now engaged in a campaign which He tell u he ha two son living; .Mr. first and second. Itradhnw' mlly to the support of the Demneratic and they are each deserving of the winning team thu far, but because I think should interest every gradu"proud Ituler" won the J 15 champ- nominee, for Congress and the Judge one now being on the Pacific, while credit that they o richly deserve, llath when they ouUlaed and defeated they hnve u little team with great ate of Centre College not only in ionship steer prize and also lirt and of the Court of Appeal in the Third the other in on the Atlantic, Kentucky but throughout the counprospects for u successful season. H'coiul prizes on herds of three steers. Appellate district, where certain Ite- holding positions of honor and of the strong Danville aggregation here. The team this year consists of try. They propose raising $1,000,-00- 0 publican politician and officeholders, merit. Hrutton nt Center played n good of which $:i00,000 will go to our twenty of the finest lads to he found game nnd was in all plays. Ef- operating around Louisville and He In any school In To be 100 Kentucky. They an old Alma Muter ami if this amount Son Frankfort, are attempting to bring handled himself fine nt passing the not fighting as the General Education individual stars, but ficient You have the Kentucky Court of Appeal un- Fined for Breach of The Prce ball The guards consisting of (5. are working together as a unit. They is securedNew York will give an Board of D. Itobinson and H. C. Cox, as well as der subjection to their partisan and $200,000. It is almost needappreciate the word "OHGANIZA Flow 100 prolllgHte party, and we appeal to all J. - Coldiron and hi son, lluyd the tackles, consisting of Kavanaugh TION" und ure standing together as less to state that our college is badpatriotic citizens, regardless of party, Coldiron, of Paint Lick, were tried in and Crutchlleld were in every play. one representing a team of eleven. ly in need of this money. Nerve Strongly to aid in the overthrow of these Judge Treadway's court last Monday, When the visitor tried to pierce their They piny the strong eleven from as it Is Intrenched In the affections runk Itepublican politician and charged with breach of the peace, and line, they found that they were as Winchester, the strongest team in of our people It must meet compeofficeholders, nnd do all in their pow. were each lined fTiU.UO and ten duy strong as n brick wall. The visitors tition and its a Clurk er to advance the campiigu now be- in Jail, by a Jury before whom they were not even able to make a dint Clark County here today at P. M. Th plied with veryneeds should bebysupThis I not poMslble if u nerve runlittle trouble It county here today at .'! P. M. line. The ends The ning from the spinal column is press- ing waged by the Democratic party were tried. It seem that there ha in this quartettes have friends. stores nnd business house to restore fair play, prosperity, ami been some feeling between the two Kstes, Anderson and Law son, were ed upon. The most pressing needs are it been closing during the afternoon To be in health, the stomach for in- the rights of the people, and to re- for several month, resulting recent- all up to form und snapping passes that the locals pluy here and giving DORMITORY, MORE MEMBERS stance, mutt receive 100 per cent buke those faithless politicians and ly In personal encounters. The tine were their hobby, while on the de the school the backing that they de OF THE FACULTY, AND ENDOW-MENofficeholders, who have so brazenly and Jail sentences were appealed to fense they broke up many plays. Mow of nerve energy. serve. A large crowd was out to eee . (lustineau, the clever and fleet were reWe do not know that we are sick broken their promises nnd so llagrant-l- y the circuit court. Both I trust you will give this letter the game Friday, when Danville HI dUregnnled the people and have quired to give $1,000 peace bond. quarter, time arid time again would was until our nerve. propel the message in the aid of a worthy cause. Now let's all go their victim. break through ami tackle the visitors out to our bruin. Then wV feel pain or increased their trouble, embarrass. Sincerely, and see them down the inent, ami the burden of tae bebefore they were able to iturt on a HI at ease. Exposition High School Paul II. Boyd, eleven from yond all reasonable endurance." line plunge or end run. lly adjusting the spine at the point Centre '1(5. Show The Danville lads have n very good Winchester today tit a P. Jl. where the nerve Is Impinged the presteam, considering the fact that they sure is relieved and you get 100 per Attention is called to the adver- have Monkey City Owl Due three coaches with them at all cent flow of nerve energy. .Mr. John K. Stormes of Lancaster, tisement of the Danville Products and times, and then A monkey face owl wus brought to again, that they can City taxes for I'JU'J are nowThe Health invariably follow. was in Danville this morning and an- Style Show that will be held In that get pointers from the famous Centre due, und n the city is badly In need this office last Saturday afternoon by II. K. Wade, I). C, Chiropractor, nounced a meeting of the Womnn's city Oct. 17, IS, ID and 20th. It College boys. However, they need uf the money for various Improve Collis Anion nnd attracted quite a Lancaster, Ky. Federated Club of thi district in a community affair and the proceeds It was u wise lookOffice hours D to 11 A. M., and Danville on October --'1st. Mr. will go to charity. Premiums will be still a little more men to work with ments and other Indebtedness incur lot of attention, If they try to keep pace with the red, ask that you pay same prompt ing old guy and seemed delighted that r P. M. 2 to Stormes Is (iovernor of the District given for all farm products, needle he was amusing so many kids, the ly. J. A. Bratton, Evenings, Sundays ami Holidays by and a good one we might add. She work, preserves, canned goods, etc. strong eleven led by Copt. Cox. Tax Collector. like of which they had never seen beappointment. (tt.) said it was a bad day to hold it, In- Pig, poultry und dog show. Prizes Athletic Director .Mcltoberts had lt.) twenty men out in uniform Friday, fore. The owl was raptured in the asmuch as it i the day that Centre of all kinds for all people, Beau- although only twelve were Buggies, county. on Great reduction used. Thr and Hurvard meet, but that it would tifully decorated booths, exhibiting following lads who have made the wagons, Harness, Plows, wire fence, The Womun's Club will hold Its be called at 0 A. M. and every effort the latest styles. Vodvil entertain first team should take Just as much breeching, collar pads, etc. dancing each evening-MusiAnnual Iteception on Thursday eve- would be made to get through the ment and W. J. Romans. credit In winning Friday's game as (It.) There will bo a pie supper In the and fun all the time. ning at eight o'clock at the Club program before the return begin to any man on the team. Had Capt. Auditorium of the High School build-in- g All member ure requested come from the Stadium, Danvlllx rooms. Cox needed any extra assistance he Wallace and Wll' Ballarsl't Kentucky Farm Feed, of Buckeye, Saturday night, Oct. Advocate. to be present. Ballard's Pure Wheal Bran, round would have called on either Henry, mott (Alternative) Danville and Lan Nth., beginning at seven o'clock. aHaroTs OboUsk Flour is pare, Dlckersoa't Ceaulae Kaaawka Salt, Barley. Wheat MiMting. Tusssio Hog (iooch, Spcake, Moore, Brown, Ar- caster. nold, Creech or Elliott. BecleaassJ Northern Sees! By aad Time Keepers Elliott and Gvvlnn, healthful and aWUsious. Try a sack la sack and barrels. Best for cur- Ballon and Dairy Fees. Hudson A Farnau. Timothy See!. Referee Geo. Hvber, of State. Time Periods 15 minute. Hudson 4 Farnau. Hudson k .Farnau. today. Hudsoa ft Farasu. ing meat. In the Third Appellate Ditrict was passed at n meeting of the Democratic Paid. Hut Th Inst week C. Stone State Central Committee President Jam nt Louisville. U DelliMrd With Th. Bit Dispoe Expected nctinn on the Clayhole I b cafe was not forthcoming becnue the Part of Product Will committee lacked a quorum. The K ported. meeting reolved Itself into a mass d JUgutsr llosolution Points AtMcUtUn SIU S4.000.000 To Republican Mi.rul in Thr Lexington road from Chnirman for Garrard V. Robinson for The Lucnls to Camp Nelson, a distance of sevPound of Tefcacce ! Ih County State ami Nation en mile will be completed within Makes Sensational Kun for .Mr. Klliert Lane, while fishing in One R. J. Reynolds ten days, a only fine and a half miles A resolution asking Democrats of King .Mill Dam, right under the env Hon. Ralph Gilbert made a capital more arc to be reconstructed under Marker f The Largest Tobacco ConKentucky to make extraordinary ef- ered bridge, caught his spinner upon the present contract with Messrs. appointment when he named Billy cerns in the Country. forts to elect Congressional candi- a basket and brough: t to shore re- Team From Litll Britain Outclassed Hughes and Ware. At the comple- Swope to look after his interests durdate and Judge David A. McCandlrs cently. He found that the baket tion of the road it will be in shape ing the coming campaign. As chair- Elbrl Lane. Dli ftlrer. Bring Find a BW.t f!b and Whll. Fithlai li up a Grue.om with a Small Blanket LANCASTER HIGH LEXINGTON ROAD. GOOD TRIUMPHS OVER Will he Completed In Another APPOINTMENT Week DANVILLE Hilly Swope Nnmcd Campaign Tcce, Association War Price Figure. Wre With-hel- Saturday Rey-nol- Vlr-gln- ia cem-plctr- tl. office-holde- Paint Plays The Warrants zig-zxg- ei KfH-tuetc- bo-iH- . e' at Chattanooga, Tenn. fr Ta-ter- 01dHomc drop-kicke- i Plea For Centre Per Cent Mutt per cent of Energy Father and power-d- T. puli-lici- ty Important Meeting Products, And Style Clark-Count- Taxes Face - Annual Reception Pie Supper Head-linesma- . Th Central Racord. LancasUi, Ky.rThuraday, Oct 12 1922 Which It Larger the Sun or a Cent The sun is the largest but you can hold the cent so close to your eye that you'll lose sight of the sun. Don't let a cheap price or a big can baking powder make you lose sight of quality. Farm and Home Newt From over Kentucky Community meetings nre playing part In helping Union county farmers and their wives solve many of their problems of farm nml home Improvement, County Agent 1. C. Hrewer ntyt. A total of 3J7 per sons recently attended three meetings held In the county lnonc week. Livingston county poultry keep. en showed a lively Interest In demon strntion held during the summer Just past by County Agent l C. Puce and the extension division of the College of Agriculture at Lexington to show them how to separate the laying and loafing hens In their flock. A tntnl of 'JO demonstrations were held. One hundred cigthy-fiv- c of the COO hens handled proved to he low producers, Two thousand acres of corn and soybeans grown together In Nelson couty during the summer just past have helped farmer in that section of the state to realize the value of this combination for soil Improvement and hogging down purpo.es, County Agent C. - Hill soys. From fll to $11.12 worth of nitrogen was added to the soil by each acre of the beans. .More than 65 McLean county farm boy and girls took part in n recent junior agricultural club fair held by County Agent llobrrt II. Ford. They exhibited n total of 90 chickens and 1H pig. A number of Interested .McLean county persons encouraged' thn vnlinifiliiM In U .. . - I .... I work by porting a total of $175 in cash prizes. an important hmisiiihiiiiihjihiiimm. The Game of v Love By JUSTIN WENTWOOD CALUMET Th Economy BAKING POWDER er Is the quality leav-enfor real economy in the kitchen, alwaysuseCalumet, one trial will convince you. V cntrtit 51 The sale of Calu met is over 150ft greater than that of any other baking powder. BY TUT THE WORLD'S GREATEST BAKING POWDER Maiculint Luxury, A man's Idea of luxury W being able to nlwnya buy new socks ami throw awny tilt" old ones not to save his wife darning, but no lie enn wear hos thnt li full of holes. Cincinnati Photographic Hint. Th ordinary photographic plate, which N not color sensitive, I really blind to certain color. These colore are red", yellows ami greens. The In that all are rendered black In the print. Suppose one wanted to photograph it shawl with a delini In red, yellow, and green. The IJdack, plate wou'd render these all the same. In the pic ture It would be dltllcult to say where the red ended and the yellow began. Hut by using a plate ami n color tiller on thr lent, tin; difference!) Mould be shown anJ the design would e? clear, color-sensitiv- e Enquirer. nt lt Flrrt Successful Time Lock. The time lock was first suggested In 1S.11 by an Kngllshmun, Wllllnm Rutherford; In 1W7 llolhrook ami Finn of tin- - United State derived another, but the tint successful time locks put on the market were the Sergeant anil Vnlo locks, brought out In lb" j, MONEY to LOAN If you want tobuy & home you can borrow the money and pay It back on the installment plan. Make application to the Secretary now Lancaster Building & Loan Ass'n J. E. Rofaseo, Presides!. Miss Sk Shelby Mason, Scclj-Trra- Murat Brays, but a Coward. Murut wus u mot btnguliir character, lie. loved I may si.v adored me. Order lilm to uttuek : iir or live thousanil men In null n direction, It was done In u niotuent : but leave 1dm to himself, he wax un ludieelle without Judgment. I cuiinot conceive how so brute a man could be such a cow-anMe was nowhere brute except before the enemy, liut take him Into the cabinet, he wus u poltroon without Judgment or decision. Napoleon. ! L Vegetable Clow Worms. A Mien.: iuimed r.lirniai speaks In cnthuslusie i. rti. (.f vegetable glow-- I worm." " s be all iliein, which he ob-serveii gleaming on I in- - wans linn in the crevices of Svedlh mines. In the caves nre not uncommon ly Illuminated lv this Interesting cryptogam ; mid, according to ridpson. aullU'ient light lists been emitted In Kiik'Unhj-- t al mines from this source to enable miners to read ordinary The Return to Normal cy from Farmer's Viewpoint ia print. little sbeplh. "It's nlxitlt l.ucy. I suppMy "It Is," said Hugh. There was a ort What i a dollar? In lUHO it took strange ehnlleuge In his vo4e 150 of them to buy a good beef; now of "Vou wnnt to marry herl" the farmer gcta les than 50 of them "No, I don't," unxwered Hugh, nml for the same beef. Hut if the farmer Wllcov stnred at htm In astonishment. owes note for Si.10 instead of pay "1 don't iindeMliiiid ou," he suld ing it witn one beef he has to pay coldly. "I thought jou nnd she cnrel with three. That is true of all that the for each other." "We d", nil right, but not In Hint fnrmer.i have to sell. In this wny he has been chieled out of ten billions way, I'ncle Henry. The fact I", we get of dollars in the last 18 months. on each other's nerves dreadfully. Hut I've hern plnyltig gooeberry ever mai is wnai maxo turn love "nor since I came Imek. Vou . l.ucy malcy," and that is the "wave of tiilnks she's In love with nimther mail prosperity" thnt is "sweeping the but sin- - Isn't ure he cures for her, country." Hit corn is yet to be har nnd between ourwlves I think that's vested, but they are working up the her bleu of ort of encouraging him, eilk unless he wave to fool him again this fall." berliUo he'll never thinks he has n (linncc." He clasped Kxehange. tunny enrs Henry Wilcox hnd rteter married. He had loted In joutli nnd he had Ih ii betrayed. All bis hue bad gone out to bis nephew, Hugh, whom bo had taken In childhood from hU dissolute brother, mid to bis ward, l.ucy Pendle. He hud adopted her, too, when her fnlher, a itl.tiint Cou.ln of hi, had died. Thnt wns jears nto. And she hnd twined herelf round hl heurt. l.ucy wns twenty-tun- . Henry Wilcox wns exactly twice her nge. He bnd nluii)M known the ilay mu.t come when he would hue her. Hut he hail not exK'ctii Hint It would ! Hugh. HukIi and she bad crown un together from chllilhoixl. It wnn n jenr since they hnd met, nnd now , . , Well, be had been n fool to rherloh tboe dreams of her. An old fool, for wjiut part had youth with nce7 A mnd fool, to dream that l.ucy could ever grow to cure for lilm. They were coming In. He read the linplnc In their faces, l.ucy came to Judges should adopt a new rule. him and kl.vil him. .si,. would neter When granting divorces they should know how It sere hli heart, that remarry the principals and tell them touch of her lips on h!. "Had n good time, young pejder to start nil over again. he aknl cheerily. "Pretty good," said Hugh. "My the : way, Uncle, jou know I'm leaving In A GOOD FRIEND the morning) got something I want to suy to you first." A Rood friend stands by you when "Tomorrow morning." snld Wilcox, In need. people tell now Doan'n Kidney Pills have stood the with the mnd desire to postpone his test. D. C Pandes. prop lumber and Inctltdhh- fate. And he pneed hl room for hours. coal business tf Campbell St, endorsed I)o.m four years ago and Th.re bail been n time when he thought Hint l.ucy cured for lilm, ngnln confirms the story Could you , ask for more convincing testimony? ' What n fool he (mil been! He went Into the living room. "Oood "I ued Doan's Kidney Pills with very satisfactory results nnd I am night, my dear." he snld. taking her glad to endorse them," says Jr. j Into his onus and kllng her nsnln. Sarnies. "When my kidneys. Ret out "I hox jou'll be very happy," he of order I havo a dull, nagging back- I Lucy's eyes filled with tears. "Oh. ache and a soreness through my kidneys. My kidneys act Irregularly, my dear, If you could know!" sjie too, Doan's Kldncr Pills from murmured. "Now I won't have you crying Stnrtnes Pruc Store relievo the trou ble anil put my kk'neys In good or- when you've nothing but happlne" In store "Von der" (Statement given Nov. 11, womenfor you!" ssld Wllcov. differ-nc-e don't seem to know the 19K, ) lietween smiles nnd tears." Or. Feb ;i. 1951, Mr. Sandes add "They're not nlwnys very far from ed; "I have the same opinion of Doan's Kidney Pills as when I en- - each other, are they, my dear?" l.ucy dorsed them In lilt 6. I am glad to murmured. She looked at lilm In such n strnnee recommend Poan's to anyone for wny ni she went out of the room, lie they nre very reliable" wondered whether be guessed hi tnter-Mllburf,Oc at nil deiVr" feeling for her. Ye, woihi-- were InCo. Mfrs Ilrffalo N T tuitive! l.ucy niii't have known for McROBERTS DRUG STORE tilsHe waited HughHugh net monilHg In nlllee enuie running down the stairs, currying hl traveling Ikic, youthful, vlgornil", nlert. "Vou vrnnti.'d to mi me, lUakr akii Wllcov.' "Ve," answered Hugh, b'lklng n exiected. lie would lite on and on In his great. lonely home, us be bnd done so Henry Wilms Hutched them somberly from the window of bin oillce. At llrst hideous thoughts tilled bin heart, but then lie grew calmer, lie luid no great nsloii; nil that he hail lie had hestoued tlxiu tlnno two. It was life. It us what he should hait till, Wmi.ih M..ilK.tr Ikl.B. "Hush, by heavens I" IIukIi's flKiirc, side by sldo with Lucy is pined ihroiiiih thtf dark, and CvtuuM, ! BOARS 1 BRED IN OLD KENTUCKY WM sBIHHUhfl J. M. AMON, PROP. Iltiy a DIXIE BRED BOAR to cross on your jrrmlc sow and watch the renttlt.t. Don't take a chance- - Ki't a DIXIE Kiiarantce with every boar. 15 BIG RUGGED FARMERS' BOARS AT FARMERS' PRICES. Dixie BROS. A Stock SANDERS LANCASTER, Plan to End Seapttone Waite. An eighth or ninth i t the sonp.lone qiinrrles In the fniteil Sf.Hes Is waste, but It In pl.inncd itili.e this wnste as n substitute for b w grade talc. Farms. KY. Floor Was. The lest wnv for a floor Is mnde ot a mixture of beeswax Niniilln amltur pentlne. Milk Is Unlvtrsal Its h) products Ftreclous Oarracuda. Tnn great Imrnienda. which Is found off both eKists f Amer-lea, Is rs savage us the shnrk. It sot--- , times attains . length of right fist. rood. mflk com-prissl With .rth 1 nleut onisuth of the fiod by the average family. Lands Mnitr a Curst. The Arndluns Urn., a tradition that (Jod enjoined prrirtunl silence and desolation on libriKktr and Antlco.tl when he gave them to Cain for n ' dis-pl- Wins In Old Tritamtnt. The flrt mention of wine In Ihn Old Testament makes Noah the first to aunt a vlneanl and the first to yield to the temptation tn drink too of the fermented grnix' Julre. o l'e East Inaian Cuitom. Glass Harmonica. the A curious mus'rnt instrument wns Inil'H rl"v iitiin Miiir to iw from mid Is trr old Itl.r . m the glnss hunnonira It.nJ.miln I'rnnk-llslarr i f life' in tl,t and in many Invrnliil of gla.s disks of illffen nt other uiintrles uid to Ibrwv rice sires on n splnille nnd made by a new If treadle to revolve in wnter The piny, vrr ii f telling wedded louple wim one .v Ihnii 'li it thr thrower er touclieil the wet eilgrs of thr disks. wished them prosp. rit . NICE I CITY RESIOENCE FOR i SALE wish to sell privately, my resilience on Danville Avenue, just outside the City Limits in Lancas- Modemly 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. ltP'.'J i mwu uu.ni iiik in uiiiK over properly may call me over Paint Lick phone 1 ter. CLARENCE QREE1M. Shams Often Wc'l Conctaltd, Though., Lucky. When pride rotneth. then cometh The man who iiln-vrall ,e hfln t..t Is shame, but with ti e lowly Is w'.,im T riin the un- - uhosr , Solomon. has iiim.I him to inn no- hod) Sm- -r . Congregation. Clnirrii N t Flag In tht Army and Navy. iiendld music w III . l be a fisstnre me early. All sinners In accordance with hnvmI rrmitb.ns, st tn the choir." Itos-to- the colors are lire urged to si s H'ch-cIn Trnnsn1rt. the Hwrnlng ami lowetnl at smis.-tIn the nniiy thr Hag is raised at World's Numerous Islands. and lowensl t sunset. Tho Mauds of the world have a total length of More than seventeen Orlef Corttultattcn. lino's tin- - circuMferetieo of the tsirth JVH'tor -- iitmil tmsrMiti;, what en lit thr inmilor. do fur Ywr vtslt.ie -- I called, sir. to ask fnt tkr Hand of Curious Indian Custom, your iWmgbier." "Iluiupli! .iptlti-giKMlT- " llodk'-t- i Imy ImHans. when one of Sut vro " How Is viHir their number dies, pta,-.- . the imi In i O'llse" "Very raold iLn-u- Ln i rt ni gun .i lox with and snow tin witn her -- ver Mwny." shm-s- , which Is left rfn a hilltop for T..i ,ied uiii, ,,), itfion" ten dnjs when, the U lief the dt id vvheii I think -- I., r "Take my one has reached the I. ippy hunting dxughtrr, you'll .... n '. urel. I'lve ground t"llur, pleHM " s m esH-riep. i J . !.. n rtl k . un-rl- jir " i. f.i-t.i- mn "Aw-f'dl- y i i fcitr7!! Ir nii-iiFilI- I Search Warrants Got On Suspicion Illegal I 1 1 WE HAVE A FEW Weber Wagons on hand which we are closing out at $35.00 less than factory prices today. If you need a wagon, now is your chance. 'V Kvidence obtained by otficers who secured a search warrant merely on suspicion that IiiUor is being held Is not competent, the Court of Appeals held the other day in reversing the decision of the Fayette Circuit Court in the case against Nannie Price, con victed on it charge of illetially possess ing intoxicating llipuor. The opinion, rendered by Judge To tit r William Ilogers (May, holds that the She put her arms softly about Ids constitution guarantees the freedom neck. "And I ni sure )ou cured, nnd of persona mid property from search there wasn't any other wny, guardian, and seizure and that a search is illegal ileur," she murmured. when made on a warrant sworn to Misttd Main event. merely on information that linuor is Itlshop Moss of .Vashvllle was talk1 "I guess It's all right, Isn't 111" he said. "Hood luck." "Vou Infernal scoundrel !" rjucnlat-iiWllcov. Hut be could not trnt himself to any another word. And he noiild hardly believe. He watted, watching Hugh's lithe figure dlsnppttir down tin- - drive, nnd then went Into l.ucy. s "My dear, I'm nu old fool, nml I iiilsiiuderstisxl hlui. Hut he gave me to understand Hint your ItV heart wus engaged. "Why, my deiir, It's been engaged ever since I can remember!" l.ucy answered. Ills uncle's band. dm.as- s- -- 1 l l Teach The Child L It is just as easy to teach a child the habit of saving as it is to penult it to ac(tiire the habit of spend iiiK. tion. 8 f it V Becker & Ballard I 9 VKMTIinVV RRVANTftVIII.E ..... .vvn.. ...... .t ing about church M'tiwillonallsm. "Jioine uilnjktern" lie mill, "give us Nannie Price $100, sentenced her to moving pictures. Others give un plays. forty days in Jail nnd put her under Others sl II have themselves lit up with colored lights while preaching, a peace bond of $1,000. as on the since. "This sort of thing Is not wise. It reminds mo of little Willie somehow, "Little Willie's father took him to Kuudiiy school for the llrst time otm Sunday, and on the way home. In order to sen If the oungster had learned anything, he usked; jut "Who wu It killed (lollathr wus duiino.' said little Willie. soil In' on a back aeat and couhl', I fined 1 held. The Fayette Circuit Court The toy bank may be used to teach a child the value of saving and the safety of baiikiiiir. Hut parents permit the child to use the toy bank as a toy when very yotini,', and then just at the time when they should follow up the toy bank stauo with a real bank account they jrjve the matter no further atten- An ugly cut ? It is unjust to the childthere would be more savers and fewer .spenders if parentH did their duty. MENTH0LATUM antiseptic and CITIZENS NATIONAL "I BANK. The Central Record, Lancaster. Ky Thursday, Oct 12, 1922 COMMISSIONER'S THE BROWN DOG 3 SEEKING SALE OF LAND CIUCUIT COUtVr. The (Sarrard HnnV & Trust Co., I'M". (lAHItAKI) SPECIALS Mens Scout Shoes t t It. y MILDRED WHITE (C. IUI. Wxttrn Come to our every day BEANS TAKE SPECIALS Boys Chinchilla PLACE OF OATS Production of Seed During Past Few Years in Corn Belt Has Become Profitable. COMMERCIAL OUTLET Ojl Defendant. Pursuant to n Judgment rendered at the Augutt Term, 11122, tlir undersigned Commissioner will sell nt nubile auction, to the highest ami best Milder nt the Court House door in Lancaster, Ky., nt 11 o'clock, A. M., nr thereabout, nn MONDAY. IHTOHKIt 2Sril WTi, the real estate mentioned in the tdeaditiL--s urn described at follow: The Mini' th.it vns conveyed to the !y H I Lancaster Flour Mill Vnughn, by deed dated Jnnunry Int., 1(120, recorded In the (Snrrnnl County Clerk' office lit Drill Hook 3D, , unit locnii'ii ami ucinn in page Uinrattcr, l.nrrard County, hentucKy on the West suleof Campbell street, ntul hounded ns (ollowt: Ilcgtnnlng nt n point in tin-- West line of Cnmnlicll street ami one foot U'ejt of thf West rnil on the I & , naini? truck: thenceN'.along West line K. of ('anutbcll street. 1 10 feet to n point In the line of the Lumber Company lot (said point i fret from the miiMIe of the alloy running Kant and Vrt)j thrnce Iiviioii line .V HI, W 2U0 fret to n point in Kast edge of alley, (said point in 8S fret from nmlille of the alley, running Knut ami Vet); thrnce along Kant eile of alley running .North ami South 12 S fret to a point ill hasi etlite of Mbl alley anil corner to llui! Hon A Karnau. S. 77 S. K. 201 fret to the beginning, Micluilinit the ue of the elevated fuel unloading spur from ovrr the property of llulon ,v Fa rim u, according to the contract of Alex Walker with said Hudson A Famau with reference to the ! thereof, ami also the riirht ami re servations a set forth Jti the deed of II Sanders to A lux Walker and J Stewart fi Klijnh Nmders, dated Jan SI St.. 100S. If forded in Deeil llouk 21, page 27S, (inrrnrd County Clerk olttce. The purpow of the sale i to satisfy the dethe debt ilue the plninlilf, fendant, for which plaintiff has n lien n ail property, amounting to the turn af II.SUO.OO with interest from Sept. 22. 1J20. at prr cent per anf $2,000 num, until paid; the rum il per cent from April with interest at S. I'JXl, until (Kiiil. and for the further um of il,tltV.V22 with interest .it 0 per cent from August 10, 1U21. until paid, together with the of this uction. N-onr-fourtl- i. 1 1 Unrostrr Flour Mill, V. NiaMr Uln.) ct TKIt.MS: The sale will be made on a credit of idx and twelve months and the purchaser will be required to execute bond with approved security for the purchase price, payable to W. H. Ilrown, Mailer Commissioner, due in mx and twelve month respectively with lntrret nt six per cent prr an- num from date until paid, having the force and effect of a judgment upon which execution muy Issue, and n lien will be retained on the Inn. I until the paid. purchase money W. II. ItltOWN, Mater 1 for I'lff. Capi. Am llourne Aurt. Kobinson A-- (I C. C, KnutTman, Attorney Kven the penniless man I fortun-at- e In n way. He bat no frar of belli i; bunkoetl. It i not at all necessary to sidestep the fellow with a chip on his .shoulder. He'll be careful not to let you jottle It off. M. S. HATFIELD DENTIST Office Phones Offica LANCASTER. or rife Garrard Band. Residaac 37V KENTUCKY Th S. J. A. Beazlev hUNCRAL DIRECTOR Ulllre Over National Hank. Krildenre I'hone .1. OllK'e l'tume 27 I.ANCASTKII. KV. Dr. Printus Call Walker Day N t ' VETERINARIAN. AiitwrH Promptly Nb I I'hnn 317 I. I , Green Clay Walker Law And Real Estate priv-- j ately or at auction. Office over J. W. Smith's Store. Money to loan on List your farm for tale farm.' DR. J. J. BY RISE limited I'ractlco to dlnirnotinif and Icurrectlnjr defecti by of Kyctl.-h-t fitting the of proper glaite. DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. OnMrU GUckMr Hrtd. avam. 0Ua Hw- n- ta IS mmi I OITriMUTHIHT The brown dog harked and WHiruril Ida tall. I'eg bad been badly frightened until the feathery tall lieRan lln welcome. Him wan atulled at a lonely part of the road, and a farm lad bad pine to nrek (imollim for her rur. The , bark-lug- . diK bad appeared, utlil (die IiihI been nlHiut to hi'uIi' n feme when the crow ling turned to H'iirrnble overture and 1'eg, ulnklng down on the raM, put fnrtb u en re-- " Ing blind. "Vim lovely tiling'" abe exrlulliotl, The ting Nilllely exlrndeil u pnw In nrkniiwIiHlgmeiit. lie wua hot nml tlu.My, and bad eUdently Irnvrliil fur i'eg concludeil tbitt, following u ear, be lind bH n There wa tin rollar or lag to iild lilrnlllleiillon. ('milling the ilellgliteil miiIiiiiiI In her nnn. the Klrl ilrlrrmlned lo krep him fur her own. If I lie farm lad could give no In forntat Inn regarding an owner He in alwould lie etnrtly wliut Abe bad leti longing fur In tbe way of iiMlmtnr In her Untitled rountry bunculnw IVg bad rentetl the bungalow, think Ing It uilninlnginii (a her work u nil llluslriilnr The Imiil view. were beautiful, When alii bad rented the pretty, old fubluned place. Aunt I'll) III had cheerfully ligreed to be her companion there. Aunt I'hyllK with rhnnictcrlMlc nnouirern, bud nt Hie Ium iniiiiient rbnnged her plan and broken her inmle So Peg uu abme hut fur old Mr. I'llnn. who hel(il with the meal and bad rlieu 1111111111. Mr. I'llnn eoiibl nut he rulleil upiin a a pmteetnr rortiinately, here irua a dug, fairly Niliiptlon. I'rg tried nevernl name upon Mm. He wiin eontrnteilly ImlirTrrent to them all. "Von miKt be Alpliune or Ailolb-U.- " be Iniigheil The farm Imi) re iige-t-- t titriilng, the name of "Itrownie" It worked like a charm, IVg. hnpy In the ntirance of a protivtor. In) ilown that night to .she had n long walk (eareful with llmwnle befon breukfHKt and ketihei him nfterwanl Mr I'llnn One Lot Men's Ties . 19c Men's Underwear 50c feil him genenuialy, the fiathery lull "MORE Bath Towels, 20x40 inches, 21c Boy' Sweaters . .75c In grateful Hpprerlatiin, then wavel Ready-mad- e FOR Peperell Sheets Itrownie illj nriil. One Lot Dress Shoes, CorI'eg walked nil the way to the vil2 yds. wide by 212 yds. CASH" dovan, Rubber Heel, $2.98 lage to put all uilvertleiuetit III the long $1.19 "loot" column of the town paper It was on the wny home that her eje pled Itrownie He wni tleil lo a uliuie Rim illat In the center of an eneloe gardi-n- . Ilolilly I'eg entenil the garden. Still more ImiIiII)" he knelt to free the ug LANCASTER, "MORE, FOR CASH" KENTUCKY. A man. walking lowy aloag a ilr.e nth, turioil to liMik nt her bordered rurlmixly. Then he came forward, "May I ak." he unlit calmly, "why )im are untjlng my degV "Your dnjy I'eg wa Indignant. the effects of same we using Phosphate, a substance URYANTSVILLE Ilrownle I mine He wa utolett t til a I The Association generally used to force a deod lifeless morning from hefure my bungalow. I Mr. II, A. Dnwi-.- i was in Danville ( gave a pie supper Friday night at the llour to rise. We ask you to try a have Jutt oune from lnertlng an , school houie. of The evening was very sack of the new process. The dog II my Sntunlay afternoon Oarrard Milling Co protector. Why do jnu harbor hliul" Mr. C. M. Dean w the mieit of j pleasantly spent and the neat um of J (tO.rj-'Jt.- ) "So he I jour protectorj You live relative in Nicholasville Morula)-- . r.veryone is rejoicing over the rv $40 was realized, which will be used alone In thl Iwdatlon?" cent rain, as the drouth in this comMr. J. Hogan Italian! was a Kuet j for the benefit of the school. lie wa really a friendly ort of munity had reached quite a serious eviral of relutiven In Nlcholanvitlc H. C. Itoie hu purchased from Dr. . stage. Stock water had gotten very i!ay Intt the .Methodist church the five room "For the preaenl" I'eg told him. The scarce and a number of farmers were Itev. A. I. Jonei", of Wilniore, wm cottage adjoining the ehurch and idtuiillon, Miiiicd to reiulr eidaiiH-Hon- . compelled to haul it for quite a dis my draw- thi' ilmner KUrjtt of Mr. ami Mr. V. to Improve "I lii'ix-used as the parsonage. 1'os. Drinking water was also get ing here. The iot la no T. ArnoUl Sunduy. session to be given the 1st. of Jan- tance. ting quite scarce. The pastures and I am an lllutirator. Inilrntlunal,' uary. Dr. Itose will convert same inf Je;imlru' Mr. .McKcniit'y gardens were dried up almost com Some day when I have my hlg to an office and will make wn hen Kriilay, the i;uesit of her 1 boe to be ready pletely. The outlook now is some for It." extensive improvements. Mm. C, C. HecK.r. "I nee." The young man ltcnt to what brighter and a great deal more j We are meeting the demands for encouraging. her In iinfntrtilng Itrownie' , of Mr. nml Mr. Frank IhiiuI. "We did not know, when wo (Hen Lily by Kirksville, have liei-thi iruest cf j.white Hour with our confiscated him thl morning, tluit We will now enjoy n few hour using Klectncity fur curing or aging become our pri'iMTty," he ald. Mr. anil Mm. Robert (lulley 'the llour We are not using any of industrial peace- or nt least our The dog n'Jolceil In bin freedom. Ml Kllza Ison wn the nwtt of gasses, neither are imaginations can run that far. rurelngly hi brown iiom briiiheit her iiter, Mrs. W. A, Dickorwn, in I Clorine or poison I'eg'a hand, nevernl ilnys recentl). "Viiii can that he know me," he triumphed. Mr. John Simi.on it rul Mr. II. I. It wn later In the day. when nhe Kliler, of NichoUuville, were kuosk had gone on an errand to )ln, I'llim'H of Mrs. J. HoKiiti Itnllanl Saturday. kitchen. Unit the young man of the Mrs. Vernon Kreotnan anil youui: ni)Herlou houte enlernl the bungaI'rg'H lalet kketcli lay ion, of .Miililleslioro, canu" Kriilay fur low garden, .itlali open to view llrownle, nt retched In a week-envisit with MIc the quaint Mime dmr)iird; Mr. Dawes. Fllnn, roughly ketched, offering him Mr nml .Mrs. (ieortfi- - Herring, of fiMiil from n Rhlnlng run. The man CieiirKetown, were uuestui wvoral iln) examined the picture carefully. When I'eg came out he wn Idly patting the last week of Mr. and .Mr. O. M. dog' head, Silently the girl aloud Moreland. CHEAPER THAN before him; Itrownie, Mret. hlng hi Mr.-Kunell I'. Ilrown wa hot long length, Mood with Ids two puwa dinner renting conlldlngly on the ktrangcr'a at a very delightful noon-daThursday to a number of friends and hbonldem, lil loving e)e In relatives. on Hie Htranger'a face, "I thought." 1'ee nald nt but. "that Mrs. K. II. Italian). Miss Mayme be would be u prottvtor, and now be llullanl, Mrs. M. 0. Kennedy and Mr. I SOAP Is friendly to you a can be." Is a ii Fred Sutton were visitor in Danville "Which may he accounted fur by Thursday. and Iho fact," the man returned uulelly, Miss Thessa Woods came over from ''that bo In my dog. You picked liliu Lexington and spent the week-encost us much up that day before I could go back for Itl id with my ear." lie Mulled ut the with her parents, Mr. and .Mrs. It. money. embarruiim'tit which ahouetl In I'eg' I I). Woodi. crliii'oii cbrcka. Kobt. Mr. and .Mrs. Itote, of We but you must "And u llruwnlu U willing to divide Owiley county have been visiting be thall itlll be Ida tlltif bewc'n Hose In of jour protector. He hu been, pcrbupa, their aunt, Mrs. Jane week. and other relatives for the past un Interesting meaaenger between I have iM'en atudylng your drawing. Quite a number from here went to MU lIlUKtrator, and I rather fancy Moreland Sunday afternoon fur the that jou ure on your way to the bit: ball Kaine. Hryantsvllle team playconiuilnlon. I inny bo ablo to Hart ed .Moreland. you. Would jou rare to make the Mr. and Mr. Jesse V. (!ulley nre am picture for my coming book) receiving congratulations over the arWallace Howe." Wallace, rival of a handsome son, a few days I'rg atarrd. "Not the-ago. He it being royally welcomed llower' alio naked faintly. The mull mulled till nice imlle. "The by u large number of relative. only one I know," lie aniwered rare-IratlMr. Robert Swope had the nils fortune to stick a nail In his foot last I'eg. "It la wonderful." breathed to Wallace How anilltd. "It la." M Monday night und was confined hi room several day sutTcring from aid. White and Brown Sweater Sale Overcoats $2.19 $4.98 fVrM-lnuly- bt Buy Where Prices ARE LOWEST VOLUME Poisibllltlss of Utilising Crop for snd MsjI Had Much to Do With Increased Aerage Qrowtr Afforded Cash Crop. br th I'MIM suits Dpllmnt or Airitulturt I The soy bean Is rapidly tnVIn; 11 place as a major crop In the farming IPirr-- l Judge our ability to save you money by investigating the values to be had our stock. Merchandise found here is ways sold to you at the LOWEST PRICES and by salespeople trained to give you SATISFACTORY SERVICE. OF BUSINESS 5 BIG ECONOMIZERS. IS OUR AIM AND THESE Men's Blue Work Shirts .59cts. Men's Blue Polkadot Shirts 59c PRICES WILL GET IT. Men's Cordovan i Hose 9cts. Men's Suspenders 19cts. Men's Shirts, with collar, (One Lot Boys' Light weight Light Colors 50cts. Union Suits 29cts. We Do Not Sell Merchandise at Cost lii But at a Mighty Small Margin. systems of the rorn belt, replacing lists tn n considerable extent and takAling part of the orn nereaee. though primarily usttl fur funige, pn lure mill HKllnce. the crowing of seed durlnc the Inst few years has been n wry profitable Industry. The production of seed hns now Incrensed to the point nliere the ftupply greatly exceeds he demands for plnntlng. Stek Commercial Outlet. Toimty associations, grow. er. enmity nirrnt and extension notably In Illinois and Indians., hare concerned themselves In the of n eoinmerclnl outlet of the sismI. As ii result, the prodm-tlnof idl und meal from corn belt grown soy beans seems to be definitely for the seaon of W?i. Several mills In Indiana mid Illinois hnve heroine Interested In the possibilities of the soy bean as Hoiirre of oil mid men!. Two mills In Illinois have planned to ue about T.V).(S) bushels this season, hlle other mills nre planning on a mailer scale. Although definite figures nre not available on the lures )te of soy beans In the various Mates, reports to the I'nlteil States Depnrtmetit of Agriculture Indicate very large Increase In nc reuse for seed production am! forage puriies throughout the northern and rorn belt states. The possibilities of utilizing domestic grown beans for M and meat no doubt bad innrli to do sny-U-n- orfl-ria- l, T ffssHBHB&BHaaVaaS R.H.BATSONS CASH STORE I'arent-Teachers' lii. 0aBBBBBsBQsjajaBBte7i BBlBlBSBlBlB.ASaBlBBlVrs BBBBBFBBHBjaSnBBpBaBaBs An Inaiaod rield of Soy Beans. for-mer- ly com-mllo- n M), r. nlt Whi-oler- d seeil. Such it commercial outlet affords the grower another cash crop us corn and wheat. Ready Market Indicated. The various ways In which the oy beau Hid Its product nre utilized In the United States Indicate a ready market for the rommercln! producseet!, tion of oil Is largely used In the manufacture of soaps n nd paints, and It I also used In the manufacture of lard and butter substitutes rubber substitutes, linoleum, printing Ink, and as a salud oil. The cake or meal Is u superior rattle feed and of high slue for human soy-bea- n Soy-beu- n With the large Increase In screaKe for M-- HOGGING OFF CORN AND PEAS Mixture Makes Reasonably Good anced Ration and Animals Thrive Well on It Bal- d SOAP . y aatU-factio- n In hogging off corn und cowpea. the pigs unit hogs eat the beans only, and not the vines und foliage. This legume seed Is relatively high In protein, balancing the starchy rorn. The mixture makes a reasonably good balanced ration; the. hogs grow on It and gain In both tlenh and fat; and there Is more of the' mixed feed than with rorn tilone. FEED-FARMIN- G d cheaper than dirt, for dirt forerunner of disease germs disease germs usually in health and see IS IMPORTANT Department of Agriculture Has Established Project Which Deala With It Exclusively. Owing to the lmiortance of Industry, the United States IVpnrtmeiit of Agriculture ha estab-llihen project which deals with It exclusively It furnishes Infortnutlixi to prospective breeders, ss well us to those already engaged In the Industry, which helps them to overcome ob stacles nnd atutil pitfalls. g u. u. have many kinds the display the front our store. d Half Pound Gake 10c Drug Store. TEST WITH PUREBRED LAMBS Ceneumed 03 Per Cent as Much as Scrubs and Wert Olsposed of at 79 Per Ctnt Mora. Rlfhteen lamb sired by a scrub ram unit eighteen sired by a purebred ram were fed out In a contest. Those aired by the purebred ate U per tent a inuih grain snd sold at 7.1 per cent more money than the acrttaa Id good blood para. 'I McRoberts Th Central Record. Lancastti, Ky..Thursday, Oct 12 1922 RED GROSS PUTS Executor's Sale IIP $9,739,872 602 Acres GARRARD Year's ludftt Stresses ReHtf ami Services at Homo ami Overseas. MILLIONS Over FOR VETERAN AID RKTuisiiay, Oct 17th J, A. COBURN'S WITH DAN HOLT, The Georgia Cjm L?fc-soMINSTREL ENTERTAIN-ERand THIRTY-FIVE Minstrels m S. $3,000,000 Allotted to the Disabled Foreiffi Work Lessens. COUNTY LAND Subdivided Ml Live Stock, Farming Implements, Etc., of the late HOWARD KING At Absolute Auction on the Premises Thursday, Oct 26 th AT TEN O'CLOCK PROMPT We have been commissioned by V. T. Kinjr. Sr., and W. T. Kintr, Jr., as executors of the Inte Howard Kinp to sell the following property on the above date for the High Dollar without Reserve or Limit. Right on the Dixie Highway, about miles from llryantsville LOCATION County, nbout 10 miles from Nicholasvillc and convenient to Lanin Garrard caster and Danville. TRACT NO. 1 Contains 86 acres anil is known as the "Glass Farm" or "Uroaddus Farm." All in blue grass, meadow and stubble except about 8 acres in corn. Lays well and well watered by never failing springs, etc. Some fruit. Nice four room cottage with porch. 10 acre tobacco barn and all other necessary A dandy little place for outbuildings. Most of this farm is sandstone land. some one and right on the Dixie Airline Highway. TRACT NO. 2 Known as the "John Will Poor" or "Carrie Boiling" farm and containing 52G acres in all will be subdivided into two tracts by the Dixie Limestone land, lays Highway. Tract "A" contains 148 acres, all in clover. well and watered by pond, good springs, etc. Old orchard. Neat residence of Heady to "Punch" and five rooms, two porches and all necessary outbuildings. make money. Tract "B" Just across the Dixie Highway from tract "A" contains .178 acres of which 193 acres are in corn, hemp, tobacco and balance in blue grass sod. Limestone and sandstone land. 100 acres of this tract in river bottoms, none better. Residence of eight or nine room3, cellar, several barns, one of which is an extra good one that cost about $4,000.00, several tenant houses, garage, and one of the best watered farms in Garrard county. Three large cracker jack, never failing springs, ponds, the river and cistern at house. This one is a Money Maker and Dividend Producer. LIVE STOCK 6 cows and calves, 3 steers, 1 bull, 0 head of mules, extra good ones; 7 head of horses and mares and one colt, 142 hogs, 115 sheep, etc. wagons, hay rake, Gasoline engine, '2 FARMING IMPLEMENTS mowers, binders, cultivators, harrows, wheat drills, harness, a number of plows, Blizzard Cutter, in factall tools necessary to operate a largo boundary of land like this. 10,000 tobacco sticks, one Essex car, in good condition, all household and kitchen furniture, etc. CROPS 1B0 acres in corn, 12 acres in tobacco, !." tons of hay, one ton of oats, 31) acres in hemp, etc. Remember this is an Executor's sale. This estate has got to be wound up. This stun" must SELL for whatever it will bring. The bridle is on". It is left absolutely with YOU to say what these valuable holdings are worth. Mr. Investor and Speculator, it will pay you to look thtH property over. We invite the closest inspection. It is well located, good productive land and an ideal place to raise stock. He on hand promptly at ten A. M. on THURSDAY, OCTOBER 26th., and pound your bids at her. The sale will be held on Tract No. 2. Terms easy and made known on day of sale. Dinner on the ground by the good Methodist ladies of Bryantsville. For full particulars see, write or phone either W. T. King, Sr., and Jr., Executors of Howard King, Lancaster, Ky., or '. two-hor- se HUSHES & McCARTY, Stanford, Ky COL. J. B. DINWIDDIE ON THE BLOCK Assisted by Col. A. T. Scott. than WAV"' nhoto last year's expeFor service und assistance nditure. The highest grade made In Grade to tho .'i;KN) Chapters and their Hill, have returned from a visit to her BUCKEYE l.i.li'S.O"' Is provided by the branches sister, Mr. Walker Hradshaw, In 1 was Kugene llourne, 70; Grade VI, National organization. Naunle Lamb, CO. Dimvlllc. Other budget Items of Importance .Miss Salllo Noel ! improving. During August we carried no In the domestic program Include Mis llessie Hughes hat returned Mil Mary Kurtz, of the K. C. W., to her home in Madison county, af- separate classes in Graden 111, V and for assistance to other organizaat VII, K. W. Hceves, Teacher. tion and education Institution for of Danville, spent the week-enter a stay of live week here assisttraining Ited Croi nurse and worhome. ing in the. school. ker; $1'.H).(JJ for Itoll Call assistance Mr. uiul Mr. Dan ltay, Mr. and 100,000 for Mr nml Mr, itnht. Carter. Mr. and furnished to Chapter; FRKK BAMl'LEa AND HTVLK d In Mm. Herbert Whlttaker were unforeteen contingencies. Mr. l.lge ltay, Jr., entertained Sun- -, UOOK OP MK.VB TAIIiOK recently. Of tho totul budget less than MADK CLOTHWU. day and Monday to dinner, Mr. and. Is allotted for management In the W. M. S. meet Thursday ut three Mr.s Lige Anderson, of Arkansas, 8ot on Ittquest estiNo War Tailor Made Clothe. Tnoy National organization.posslblo rashweigh o'clock, Oct. lilth. MIm Sallie l.ou Mrs. Martha Anderson, Mrs. Sarilda to mate, of course. I cast no mors than "rtfcly ud profit nJ Teater, leader. ltay and Mr. Hilly Anderson. 8van Ui middleman' OV I'ANTS fhc value of the servlco by volunteers KXTRA I'AIK ! spent the Muggte Adam .MrJ. In the Chapters. I'ltPIi: WITH EVEHT BUIT. your llava your axuuro Uktn la week-enwith Mr. J. U. Hourne, School own horn, select your own stylo not U pur tsperts, Uilor your near Lancaster. ' Hit lo suit you. Roll ; THE KKI) CROSS of Hryantsvllle, what Mm. Forest Center, 0t oar oi pU book ana se Writ SUPPLEMENTS . per. wonderful value wo offer. forgot The followimr tiuull made 70 nay it here for a week' visit with her par. u card today. You GOVERNMENT SERVICE cent or better In their respective j it tomorrow. Hiram ltay. enti, Mr. and Mr. RY MEETING THE on u Mr. Ottico Uay Bogle It here from Kraiie in I no munin oi August NEEDS PARTICULAR rating as difficult for the work coverCorbln. for n live day' vUlt with Mr. OF THE INDIVIDUAL promotion from the ed as that for I.cnsy ltay and Miss Nettie ltay. MAN. graiiut Mr. uml Mr. L. F. Ilrown mid THIS WORK CANNOT Grade II Logan Pointer, 78. daughter, spent Sunday with Mr. and GO ON UNLESS YOU (Jrade IV Kdna Bourne, 78; UtSUPPORT IT WITH Mr. Kobt. Lay ton, nvur Lancaster. ile U. Umb, 7!); Alllce V. Marsee, 80; YOUR MEMBERSHIP Sunday School at 10.10, Sunday and Adolnh Watklni. 70. aA.aii.lla DOLLAR morning, preaching nt 1 1 o'clock and Grade VI and VII, Harry Blank, st. PAY UP TODAY preaching Sunday evening at 0:30 79. MMlloa Thta rioou Grade VIII, Nannie T. Arnold, 77. Mrs. T. C. Jenkins and son, Dwight d Ulch-mon- tr'ullng Expenditure for carrying ttimucli Its Bar Entertainers. program of services nnd relief durlnc PRICES Mattinee, 25 nnd 50c plus tax. Night, the llcnl year In the United Ntiite and oversea are nuthorlred In the 50c, 75c and $1.00 slut tax. efbudget of the Amrrlcnti Ited Seat on sale Telephone your order for This, total I fective July 1, Saturday at Stouti Opera House. less than llie expenditure fur tin lastt flcal year, when disburse-- ' I l'.!,47.VM7.01, It I anliirnts rem-hrnounce-. at National llcuduiirtrr In His Lucid Momont. An Cgotist's Imagination. a utatcment rmphnstzing the neceslty "This lets mo out." said the Jud Tunliiis s.iys that only an uf continued suptHirt of the orcunlz.!-lioImagine he inn male his own prof us he openeil the door. by enrollment during the iinnu.nl L story ntereMlng lo Syracuse Ornngt I'rel. ."0 little, hard lu Call, November Inclusive. This total for the huiU'et an) body. Oecsilonal AbMnct Is Boot. I exclusive of the large flnanrlat In Hie happily together, Tor Crrird by Happiness. of the .1,.TnO actlte Itotl 'ni Ilnjipy I'lither (rusliltic Into mom tho real set ret I Hint tiler sliull Hot Chapters, which, It I estimated, will In the tlrst of delight) lle too murh together. Knsllsh 1'ror-rrmore than double the totul. It's) a Imv." Umdoa I've got n Opinion. War Veteran Havo First Call Ask Vourstlf Thtso Qustlons. First rati on Ited Cros fundi Is fur IVi you count your birthdays thutik Lov of Music Dply Roctod. thn dliiihlcd eVservlce men, of whom M)lk. ilei m the world's center, fully? 1'orglve jour friends? (Jrow IT, I ST were receiving treatment from titlrr snd bettrr mIUi ndrsnrlne the Oovernmcnt en June 1 last. This are the riH.t u nun haw struck Into hi work for veterans and their families tmthf soil; no tree that Krovvsl rootcl ste? Horace. In a wide variety of service that the so. CarlyiCsv Nam to Crtat Invtntlon. (overnment l nut uuthorlied to Itutisen burner was liuenteil by Hobby Talh. and for which It has neither When yoo tall, about your hobby, Itohert U'lllulm llunwn (tSll lN'.i), fund imr facilities has the call i don't talk loncir 'lum lle minutes honi In (lottlngen. for aln.(k10,(trjx) during the current year, bout It After tlu- - minutes, hohtijr most Ut jenrs sreat teacher and ex. talk becomes or atxiut $.'trtd.(.l more than in Heidelberg university. Atchison lilolie. last yenr for sohller service. Adding the funds disbursed In this rk t physical humanitarian follow me the World War by W. H. DICKKRSON W. 0. RKiNKY the Chapters throughout the country will approximate a total for the curHO.OnO.otsj. rent year approaching This work, in the opinion of the Surgeon General's oltlce, will not reach Its pen' before HOT. Thruuch Its t'hapter the American lietl Cross Is eulpp-- l to flnil the In man, help htm In Olvldual provide his problems and Office Phone 18, Resilience Photic S.'i, Immediately for hlit necessities, and open the way for him to the Government compensation und ahf to which be Is entitled. The eltetilon of this work to the families of such men protest to them that the Itrd Cross has lost none of its sympathy nor will to service munlfenteil In wartime. SimRollcvfS Monotony of Lift. In Cut of Fir. ilarly the sertlce goes out to the Inrn Do not pull doun the ilrsM-rliKverythlig iiim be terribly nit and that still In the Army and Nny, 11.03" of dried cert.ii'i' ' 'v ;i married nwhh.hi, are on lire und thus spread the flame. whom were un ler treatment In Govknown what I remote nil objnia except lieer and with m June t. WZZ ernment I t mad ut next. her bustm.l ,n wet on-i- r. tru.ilber the burning Oioatcr Domestic Program plie a l,ev rxll Lost Wolght When Submtrgtd. Thit je.ir after lle year of obWater has u buoyant e.Ted. Any effort during the war and Virtue In Rlilno From Defeat. utter the nrmlMlcp brings with It a ject elttis le In iratrr than in nlr. There Is something and solid iial to Die responsibility .for dumesUc The decrensed iiHcM Is greater Height of the nter illsplareil When douchtjr In the mini that can rl KimI Cri'i. fen lee to the Amenrnn you set a rhanrc. Imbl n rm-- umxT 'from detent, the stufT of which The budget for fi reign I'perntlotis, are made In due lUiie. whin It tlun houever, totals :i,l(l,(i, but of this water and notlr water hemlne- Us wr are able to chmfse our position bet-jllift It nboe the and feel re. for medical amount fl,KII,l nnd tie sun Is nt our buck. weight. lief and ho,pltnl supplies for ItumU. i lmell. which Is n part of the gift made by First Us of Khaki In Army. the American lied Cro In 1V.J1 lo When toluiitrer troop uer culled Lily of the Valley. The number of lu iimii the ItiMslun famine relief work of the for the Spaiil'li Aimrlrnn war It wa found that the beuvy dark-bluuniform to the iMiputarlly of the Illy of Ibo American llellet AdmlnUlrutlon was too wiirm for senile In the alley. I'r.ltl-- .t of all these I adder service In The child tropic. A senile uniform of khukl to beneli." whlrli refer to It moreover, nnd cloth un therefore Introduced. In quality of purity nnd humlllly. The Ik appropriated for this work unIIHC dertaken In lir.il. Other Items In the army the whole dres regulation of the fiench tall it 'M.lguet de Hal." the was chavg-ilCeriuiii.s .B llliiiiie" stringently dlm.nihhed foreign program Include S'.l'O.ci.'O to supHirt the Societies, League of Ited l'ni l (km) fur nurses triiinlng schools abroad, und by the lied l'rt fUX),(Kl for Ilitlldatlon of the gelierul Ited Crosi foreign relief program. Prepared for Emsrgtnclta Kor disaster relief the Ited Cross und for emerhas het uslde $"'A gencies In Chapter work IOO.UMJ to be uvullablo for domestic, Insular nnd foreign demand. This I more Washington. fc.7:tW-.4- 7 EDW. C. CLIFFORD MINSTRELSY'S PREMIER BARRITONE. NATE MULROY, Comedian nnd Dancer. DENTON, Male Soprano. HANK WHITE, Black Face EnleHainer. DEVARO and DECARLO, Black Face Comedy lri ro. teat. 'miiirts si,' ren-tie- hi recon-stltutlo- n W. O. RIONEV & CO. Funeral Oirectors and Embalmers Lancaster, dlllk-ultle- Kentucky. - tin' y tlc-tor- le -- er pro-gia- e -l- . Instl-tutei- This Bank Is Worth Money To You. Are you carrying a "roll" of money around In your pocket? If mo it is not earniui: anythint; for you. Toihly it i.t beiiiK frittered away little by little. TUY.tho better way, the piolitable way. Open a saviiiKn account and keep your money in thin bank. It won't fritter, but it W1M. earn intcrust for you. () .',. d Herring of Honor 4 PER CENT PAID ON TIME AND SAVINGS DEPOSITS. The Garrard Bank & Trust Co btnmu. lr ill WE SELL TRAVELLERS CHEQUES PAYABLE IN ALL PARTS OF THE WORLD. Tht Central Record . Lancaster, Ky.. Thursday Oct 12. 1922 HIGHEST PRICES THE BURNT MOTH By (MACE W. ABBOTT I U ft er Mci'lur In tu-- r hltti-rtie- i aim tmil dubbed lwrsclf Itiul TIn llurnl Mulir-.M- iik thorn, thirk, prlm workshop ihi) In frolll width she llHil Just i'iu..i dell a I lie wurin, inilnMi In lii riK'iMiii hrrnk rriuii fr Ixiniluitr Into u beuu tlf ill thing if guilt) wings Itllil til J colors, mil)' In i!ir..)iil In tin lame uf In-- rniulli, ki Imil she broken from tin- squalid iiiirriiiiiiillnirK of i,.t home life lulu tln chjit lift uf I III elly, mil) in Imrii her .lillniti wing In tin Ilium uf rrlim. I'nr Iht wii a iliiii. tnv)' iiml lunging for tin l:millful Hilncx nf llfi Iiml li- -l lirr In tin tlrl ilmlil riiliiri from tin path of rlilit(iiiiiiii''i, ui-eIn her I he ft Imil i ht'iMinik'iil Iht to greiit it crliiifK. until tlir pnrll) of her girl's mil wu Mulrrhed ultli greed and UuIiiiii'ik. Thru ilrlit llmi niul irltn, where pIu rinil lnr lilltiT liim. where she liit Iht Jii)ihiihi, her talth. uml lnr rin' iiml mm nn mil)' lH'iit)'-tHu- . Nun once niritlii kin un free, hut nut'li a sight a he prrrntil, flnif lllnc ntiiiie Hi park path Ii Sin1 lniiNi mi tin ilrt Im'Mi'Ii mint In, utterly il.''i tnl. Iln-il- , li.ili gry nml itlniK. Martin l.euan,l Iiml tnktii h short lull niul 'lit Idri'iiEti tin park tn In Iiml niKTuitiliiil tn tin henuty nf tin nU'lit. A ntt uf linlliie rr ,it I HIT Mill, til III ll'tll'f 'l( t'H H f tin iiiiiI In Mnllinl iiluiie purgnl Imx r thought of lli day Still. li Henri imi lli bench nttmi'iil III nlliiilli'ii. I low mill mi) mil droop m nil nn li m night? Hi' uiiriirliii tin sound bench lnl), wnrlt), hut tl nf n dry Millions aureil tiliu nf real innil'li'. nml In dropped ln'Mile yie M N.i.r Hti.iii. SALE STARTS I FOR MARKET HAY Farmers' Buffetin Discusses Merits of Consignment and Straight-Sale- s Methods. ARE EXPLAWEO MANY DETAILS Shlppr Mutt Contldir Condition! and DiUrmlnt Which Court It Mott Advantigteut ftlmplo Rules to Kttp In Mind. br lh lf.Tali i l.-- lltlily Brown STOCK The LOOSE" ENTIREStore "CUTS $20,000 Stock to be Sold OUR nt-tl- ENTIRE STOCK MUST BE SOLD BY JANUARY 1st, 1923 Clrl from Ikt ImmK til pale light. Hnrtl.il, l hi trinul . ralil Ikt fun (mllii-tl- In iMi't frlgldcm-d- Iht tn T)liif uml I want hinrd If I inn Mp )iii ' HumMy she tjrH m him, iitleiln;: "I km. )h In' rii"iiirl nn hhiihI Hi Iht hand. I'll') were liki' lie. "t'miin, come, tW will tu'wr iln." In tk n WE POSITIVELY ARE GOING OUT OF BUSINESS. I AM NOW TRAVELING FOR THE KLEIN FURNISHING GOODS CO., LOUISVILLE, KY., AND MY SON, WHO NOW HAS CHARGE OF THE STORE HAS A POSITION TO BEGIN JANUARY 1, 1923 SO STOCK OF GOODS MUST BE SOLD. ot Af llcullur..) Tin luetltn of tlio coinlcnment tneth im rattliixl of and the atrnUlit-ftnlct- t timrki'tlni: luijr nre ilUcumoil In Kami-itllulletln ll'il. IIuiIiicm MitliiHl of JtarketliiK llur, l7 O. A. Culllrr, Imuwl liy the t'nlteil Stati Iirpnrtinrnt of Auriculturr. In mlJl-- t ton. clini.tunt nre ilfrnti.il tu traile rule, when uml wlirn to toll liny, nml lilllliiK nml Invoicing xliliniit-nt- , Iom mnl tin tun it o clalmi. Kiilnnntliii nre t;lMn therein for vmie of tlu r1nrli;il triuli teitns nnd utcceslloii'i nn oirerrl ni to hove tlic- vnrloui alii to iniikellnt may be appllm! liy the irilucer or shipper. Two Mtthodt Explalntd. Tlie rontlcnineiit met Iiml rinnl'iti In slilpplni; In liroUiTi or cimmilxli'ii incri'luiiitu, mIio nrt n the ahlpiH'r'i lilt bay on reprenetitolhe In liy the .trnlsht-snlethe market mcttiiNl the clilpi.T nelU lilt liny ut a flxeil price, either ut the (mint of or point of ileitlnatloii ut n eer-tIn xpeclfleil time. The shipper limit CHtioltler coliilitliMii mnl ileelile uhlih methoij In the more uilviimnKeotli to use, for the method that tuny he nil vnntni;enu-- i one week may he not at nil profitable the next. It Is Important to know the prefer-enr- e of the wirloui market!, for It la the liujer'H preference that prevail. In ci'iierul, New Knelaml uml Kaitern prefer large Ave or alx1re market hairs weighing from 175 to '.'lfi iunil. Soiithensteni, Snutliern. anil murkelM prefer nmull two rr tPrr.t frill! BUI. nt"rtmtiit nntly - e J ulilp-liien- t South-weiter- n Mill). After klndue-- - I.rlkl. T.'ll "till - Mil lllM'Ilt M It uihI n ilti'H from her the mtiIIiI tiT). hi Iliiii fur ii wlilli ImiIIi xllrtit- - tin- ruivi'ixifHl jniini: iii.ni niul tn tin iittir nir nMii in' ut Iht ( utii I'M lull III ii ilrmui)' t ny uImmiI tin umiilt-- r nf tho tf iiiKtiii" ttpi'iir nt all armiiHl llit m. Hi mlliil Iht lit (HIllllKl til IIh nf Ih Ii ll- IxMiit) uf tin tin BrniM. tin f r llni tin IhHi'i'IhIim-- tlul n like Tuti'ii' f hti GOODS, SUPREME SHOE BARGAINS THAT ECONOMY sntl. lliu pt Horii h - .tin . CLOTHING, AND GROCERIES SCOUT SHOES OPPORTUNITY TO SAVE MONEY. WITH specks GOOD UNBLEACHED Yard wide Soft Finished 20c value. SALE PRICE, Per Yard L-- L L-- L nU "Ami i'ii)'' Hu U- llki Uml kmm Tin-- ktxrt hiI In tin' 'rn i; uf mnl f ' h llf In nil tbWr Uiii Ht.ii.li r jiiurii: MrvtikHi Hii'l tli nml iln till IIO Ihr) .illlil lint tn utl'l )'!, tsiili tl In llnfM mn) In ii I'riu; Ihl'lll H I Ilium III tllll), tlMt .'IK ntiirt iimt itrotit. Ilto- tin irr' nml In till' UlTllI Uml III' IIhH.IT'. MllUt l himI l lint fi.rrit llml hi rHti uliim tHi'in tin rial Komlm Hint it uiir" Hi iwiimmI, mnl fmin l M lilt llCT lili: UllH Mnll'ItT llkl II In Mf fnn' Sii ililM'ii fluil ) -- lnillittmi. r. Muslin, free from na) SHOES FOR MEN, WOMEN AND CHILDREN RARE BARGAINS Mi'it's I SHARE THEM. 14ct. - fll' lliil.li.il, klii.ll. ' Vmi hii 'est Overalls, Heavy Denim .$1.25 MVn'.s Hliii, Huckle Overalls . -- 79ctt. MenV Khaki Pants, $200 value ...$1.16 Men's Corduroy Pants, .t.7.r value, now .$2.79 One Lot Men's Pants. $.(.00 values, now One Lot Men's Pants, sT.iiU nines, now . MONEY SAVING ITEMS Men's Dress Shirts, SI. 0 values, now One Lot Men's Work Shirts Men's Klue Serjce Suits, 25.00 values, now Men's Suits, $20.00 values, now ii 89cts. !U Hy three-wir- e ..$18.98 59ct. Loader Operation. $13.98 iniiin tlmt linn' l u i liiiun fur ini' tu eturt lit) llfv hut. llki tin iIiimith. anil " Hi ihmMiiI III tlM.k III r llllllll' til III llinllilT tliut nlclit, ami Unit (.'ixhI luil lix'k Iht ti In .In ti Iht lusirt, iiml nit mumlnc flu fniiml Iht ln'liii. i inll nn Iht 1'ni'ki ultli trmi nf llliul liut a mti'iii i'i'n-Ml'- ii Kliiilni'" nml urr lirmik'lil II"' litlli' unlf lini-- tu lii'iillli. nml liolllliil lulu Iht lirnrt mi uiiil)lut: Invi' fur Iht Ih'U nnil i fiictnrx. Sin Ktiiilliil pruuil uiik Ii.- - uhi'ii ln illM'lii)il )ii Iit l: STORE CLOSED FRIDAY, OCTOBER 13th., 1922 FINE DRESS GINGHAMS To rearranKe the stock, display .Merchandise and One lot of splendid 20c Dress GiuKhnms in work the iroods to the SENSATIONAL LOW PRICE. ; Hear in mind we've knocked the bottom out of the Checks, Plaids and Stripes, many color ejects. ' SALE PRICE, I'er Yard 12cts. prices all through our Stock. 25c Values SALE PRICE, Per Yard . Hcta. BARGAINS IN HOSIERY AND UNDERWEAR tli Men's Women' and Children' Hosiery Underwear at UNHEARD OF PRICES. TERMS OF SALE CASH Produce taken in exchangi.' for Merchandise. and Hrintf us your ckks, and we will pay the hiuhest MARKET PRICE. ultli iiittiTliii: lUIIIH')' rill llUll tlr III" tin ft, IT isiriiiil Imiivnt On account of lack of space we cannot enumerate all the bargains that we are olrerinj in DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, SHOES AND GROCERIES as it would require pages, hut folks, come to the store anil we will he kUu to quote you our prices. No one can afford to miss it. t luul loin: ntn lnt'ii .Mnrtln'n tin llttU slrl'i uwn jHTMimil iruTt) Hi mlorvil tin Kmuml hln unlki-i- l nn, )fl tllftf "u in mt ii Mkii until tliU il:i) ulii'll him li.'lil nut Iht lunlli') tn lillii, i') r llllnl "It It iiiiiIhiI li'il nu I liuw tu tlinnk "(.Ill, .Murt), It fur all )nu uuuil.Tful mini, nml r. uml lint ImiIIht )nil iimri. I run rum tny uitil living. I i'iiii pIihvv tin wurlil now, Murt)- - " tin' Ifarn ilinkiil Iht lllnl fill' tni'il. lirr I'liiiklit Iht In Tin mull IiIh unii, (mt klif ktnik'li'il IUtihI) U.'ulllkt ti tn. "Nut Jlurly, pU'iiw! N!" kln itIimI l ili'HTllti'l)-- , luit In Iht tlclitl)'. hummei mnl specimen) of nick I el ilk" nf hi. lute. Slie illil not chicken', that hnve been received hut ruUi'il Iht fjri- - tn lilm, uiuriuiir-Inc- . of farmers In nil parts "No, Marty, lUrlln you fan'l from score'i few u thief nml of the state ilurini: the last I'm nii cun't u.i mt months by the veterinary department i -- ii u i'unlit 1" ... .. -- i i r.iperi-niet".Sailu," In Midi, his ilnrk )ik lUeil or the Kentucky rtltncuuurui t. that many ou her fitiv. "You must iitfir, nt'HT .Station Indicate lu till your lift iik'uln my Hiom vninl. Kentucky poultry llocksi are ilaniier-ouslVon ii ro nut ii tlilef. Vim were a thief, infested with worms, veteriNow )oit mnl you iui tht narians of the station say. Practicaluru tlit piirekt llltlo Mow it tlmt ly all lien that have not been treatiniiie out III prliik--. uml 1 want you to l iny wife. You say that )ou nre ed probably nre troubled with a few k'ruli'ful tu nn. Kaila fnn't jnu kef I Internul parasites although the numnee.1 you liowV ber i not large enough to lie eri-oWith a lltlo cry she vhiihi In hint. In a number of cares. In cases "Oh, Marty IM kIih you my life 1" where the worm have become serious, lie n loie weight, despite the fact Tin.. In Martin Uomnr uorM that they are eating heartily, and til nwivr liraril where ho met poullag little wife, et netrr Iiml there finally die. Veterinarians und l.een audi a JTotel coupl. an J when try men ut the station have suggested each aurluKtlmo runic around, the two that farmers take tep to rid their would go off togrthvr and rorue hark birds of the parusltes before winter. with that atratii happiness that no Whether or not worms art respon obh hut lllllt Mothtr Lwnard cuuM sible for tin death of fowl can br UMWttlaiMl. i I'l.'HM', IIIIU', Mini). I lull I U'n iimii) LANCASTER, KY. BROWN 11 , table-spoonf- Hens in Many Flocks Troubled with Worms i, ... .... it y hit m determined by opening the Intcstinei afternoon. If ncccnry. the treat-- j The fellow who wastes his time sel-- l with a pair of sheara uml observing mcnU hould be repeated in about one dont has anything else to watte. the tract from the gizzard to the cne-- week. It it well to follow the to-- i The fellow who look for trouble ca, commonly known in the two blind barco treatment with a dose of epson generally dodge it when It come), Mirks. If worms art the caue of' klatt uiing one pound for 100 hen' ' death, they usually are quite evident in the drinking water. j There's a reason why fortune in large numbers in the mini intts- .Move lively. You can't keep In millet upon tome people. They grab tine. Tapeworms, di.itingulshed by it. " """" the well defined segemciits segements touch with the world whilo lagging behind. Hint make up their length, and wire A swelled head Is like an over- - inworms, usually are moit common in It is too Insecure for Kvery man should write his own flated tire. this part of the tract. Worm in the epitaph for din tombstone. He known nafety. caeca are smull an.! thread-lik- e and what to leave off. Some people exploit their own purUsually measure from a quarter to half inch lung. If you were to call a preacher a ity by arguing that it Is it sin only middleman he might vigorously ob- when found out. In treating for tape worms, u TOP SILAGE FOR EWES ject, and yet that Is exactly what he of concentrated lye it addStand nerfectlv still when a woman IEET is when he tics the customary knot. throws u stone at you. you dodge If ed to a gallon of math und steeped Flew f Milk Mtttrlil Will Inert) may get lilt. for two hours. The treatment for t Limbing. Time Sratlually The death of the soldier bonus bill you FMtllng. Inert wire worms is made by covering a did not surprise anyone. The boys The young fellow who marries a pound of chopped tobacco steins with thou Id huve demanded it In advance. poor girl i fortunate. She will help lleet top slltg wtl lucrte the water and steeping for two hours afhtm get ulong in the world. flew of milk ot ewe tt UtaMog time. If your home life is not what It ter which this mixture it added to a I beat to atari faaaMag oaly about Why grieve because you were not It poaad per heae) daily a4 araaXul-lgallon of mash. In giving either of should be, start u reform movement oa the treatment to hens, they are taken yourself. The other party may only born with a silver spoon in your to Increase the qaaaUiy t tare off feed the night before and fd the be waiting for the dominant voice to mouth? It might have choked you pouada per day. The atMar atsiy be la nut to death. coate feeeriak If tkia caattt feed mixture the following noon or speak. Imlei weighing from T.'i to poumK uml ranging In size from 14 by 111 Iik Iks to 17 by -- Inches by about 'M to 48 Inches lu leiiitth. In the Centrjl Western markets the 17 by bale Ii probably the most generally used, and mi the l'urlflc Coast both this size and the largv bale prevail almiiit exclusively. To avoid differences between buyer mid Miter It Is suggested th.it n few Mmple rules tx kept lu mind. The seller should 'tale clearly nil uecva-ar-y factor. Including quality and quantity of hay, time ut or within which shlpiiieut ran be niude, routing, rates, price, and term of payment. All sales khuulU be continued by letter, stating nil terms lucluded In the original I'lTer When continuation Is received from the buyer liny Item) thut appear Incorrect nhould tie cor.Since much of rected Immediately. Mich business Is triiunucted by telephone or telegraph brevity Is necessary, but a few extrn wonls will often .ave much trouble and money. Sample telegrams covering various condition nre given In the bulletin, est Tim to Market. The tlmt of marketing uinkei a great deal of difference In the prliv received for hay. Statistic complied by the department und tabulated lu this publlcutlou show that for u period of ten )eart ending In 11KH the highest average price at two largu markets were reached In April for prairie and atfalfu bay, and In May for timothy. The mouths ot highest prlco are Jut before the new crop begin to come on the market. Hay producers nnd stilpHr. say the bulletin, should secure all the Information K.4lb!e bearing on the mar ketlng of hay. They my keep well Infoniied by watching the report pre--; pared periodically by the Department of Agriculture. Copies of the bulletin, may be obtained by addrctilog the department at Washington, D. C. IIH) 1 y mt Tn Central FUcord. La n casts r, Ky. Thursday, Oct 12, 1922 the young girl juat entering the JUDGE fUNf.HAM uoor oi matrimony, nnu snc confidently expects them to TAKES 1600,000 continue throughout the years BURLEY STOCK of married life. In time they marry, and all Leader of Tobacco runs smoothly and sweetly un Again Manifests His til the inevitable jar occurs That jar begins to peel off the Confidence in System glammtr, and soon the young Ola Officer ara man begins to think occasional- tl ....v. 4lna , ll.. V, al mi... iiiimu ll:.lll-mi)LW kV. flM. 01 Ills inentls on the outside, the second time evldrnclmr his ab and of the good times he had I solute confidence In the success of the j plan for marketing bur with "the boys." Wn While the thoughts of the cy tob?"0' fu,'c ub . ''vuir, ncWspapers the l,,..l,n,l ...... St.... ukt.n.it:u, wiv ay u with hii wno leu perron ............. !.i u ,, .UB mind of the young wife turns campaign for the organization of the to the many beautiful things Hurley Tobacco Growers' that were promised for the tlve Asocintion. late Wednesday sub.cribed for fdOO.OOO of the S720, f linmi. lint ..... ..... e., , .......v. . . . . iuuu oi. warenouse mock avauanio ami Tut- - !. u ni is wiu ufKinning oi n fllrn,,hpi, ,h fllBl,. rtrrtftajirv roan mat is long, am j "iior ine unancinK oi mi wnrcnou travel. I'ntl of thi butlncsA until next ycur, The evening fireside finds the Judge Hlnghnm, at the meeting of himlmnil' rlmir vnnmii ....it., banker at Lexington nt which the . first advances on the tobacco deliver. r i . ,.. irecpienuy, ui me wue is in ... ,,. fnlI .!. Co-op- Why The GET YOUR CAR READY FOB WINTER has not been overhauled recently it would be wise to have it done before the winter months are here. This is especially true of your engine. THIS GARAGE IS WELL EQUIPPED FOR MAKING ALL KINDS OF REPAIRS ON ALL MAKES OF CARS. Often a slight defect corrected in time will a heavy repair bill later on. Talk to us about your car troubles. We store cars by the night, week, day or month. Next door to Hotel Kengnrlan. pre-vent Majestic EH ! Saves MONEY t, d construction mnkes it Its permanently so. Mnjcstic joints nnd a contain no stove putty they need none never will. Charcoal iron body, by test, resists rust 1100 per cent better than steel. The only fair way to figure the cost of a Majestic is against the cost of two or three cheap ranges. For real economy use the GREAT MAJESTIC. BUY THE RANGE WITH A REPUTATION. cold-riveteer IF YOUR CAR heat-tigh- fuel-sav- if. .., .... .... CONN BEOS. "Live and Let Live Folk.." nerS ,.. Spratt & Dougherty Phone 200 Lancaster, Ky. UlOne. f n mllli.m .Inllir. In lh.. A..rmtl,.,. 3BEI The Central Record BE IE out of a total of $3,riOO,ooo which She notices the difference wa advanced by the bank of the feels it resents it. Anil whim rnaontmnnt ,.nt..r M'tnct and by Individual for ninety ., . ,. ... .. ll'Iinm II1I1II1, na;it uut miiwil vw..v. ......... ..,.,,,,,..-- . forty davn. -- SatPresent facts would indicate Mho nickering, fault finding their warning was well timed. 11.50 Year. fsasl Weakly. furback biting will retard but quite in vain. Payable ia Advance growin 01 any town. Ihere the directors a. to the feeling in their1 choslng the article thnt were offer, What next? J. E. ROBINSON. Editor. can be no real prosperity where respective dNtrcts. The latter show-le- d for sale. They arc ato indebted R. L. ELKIN. Local Editor and Mgr. Are you always right in you these are uppermost in the hat the gruuers stand solidly be- - to Hamilton and Dickerson for the their handing of use of their ttore window ami other Entered at the Post Office In Lan judgment? minds of a considerable por- - h'm' ,'lt' on"'c'n' carter, Ky., as Second-ClaMail nnnirs oi me sociaion anti courtesies snown. I ne aui win noiii Many people think they are tion of the Population Matter. no person ever Is. Consideration and energetic ,rnt jnmi., c. Stone in the orderly! Mrs. Powell on Friday eveninc of this Nineteen hundred years w 'week for the payment of ilurs and will materially ad- - merchandising of the crop. THE AMERICAN PRESS ASSOCIATION had one perfect man, whose vance the interests of any com Applause greeted the statement by the discussion of plan for work. .Ml judgment was never at fault munity. Anelsnt Olympian Games. These form the Judge Ilingham that he would take ladle of the church are urged to Laacaitcr, It., Oct 12. 1922 For Urn First .' ear (rum TTC lo Because of his perfection h groundwork of all great muni IGOO.OOO of the Issue of wurehoute come. stock and ('resident Stone aid it We are looking forward to some 725 It. C the Olympian moo wrra died upon a cross, his agony cipalities. Rat) For Political Announcement. rare. T!ien would be easy to place the remaining happy and profitable midweek ser- merely a shared by thieves. came the I'eiilatlilon runnlnc. Jump-InNatural advantages have ll'JO.OOO of the lsue. vices for the next month In the study For Precinct and City Office. 5.00 ill cm tlinminc and Since then the world ha much to do with future success, On the assembling of the new of "Church Membership." We have 10.00 For County Offices J.ltellli throw Inc. Ni'it un aililnl thn never known another. G'JO South considered the meaning of church I'stirratlum, a roiiitilnalloii of hotlng but natural advantages alone board at the offices. For State and District Offices. 15.00 Wednesday, .Mr. Stone was elect- membership and the llible as our rule sod nriMllnc. For Calls, per line .. .10 Why, then, should we, hum will not suffice. I.!itrr ilmrlut ran. were to train ten For Cards, per lino . ..... .10 ble mortals that we be, imagine is an essential element, but a.. tvmnnrnpvand.h.Irmnn iuiiiIIhi. ,1... of faith and Ispractice. Our topics for Athlete and reipitretl luntitli lefnre Secretary and one "The Church and it months For all publications In the Inter.1 that our judgment is never at never marcnes siue oy Side Willi urer II. I.ee Karley was mndeTre- a-1 next week '.1 too contents at Olfmpln. tern-est of Individuals or expresfault, or that we are incapable bickering and fanlt finding. rorary secretary. The old officers Members." The attendance nt our Sunday sion of individual views, per of falling in error? Ths PaUcs Pigeons. a fol.JSchool wrvice is good, but it will The latter are destroyers not wcre ""'mouly line 10 ' On vt the fawtte r t lows: ti c Hnira quire more grace nnd courage to The next time you get into Obituaries, per line .05 f r rlticdule ur wimkI tiUetili in iicnerai .Manager, keen un the standard iliirinf the argument, and lose your tern Possibly we are not 0er .lare. "" ... "f per, and are on the point of re burdened by the destroying Jan,,., C. Stont. Leximrton: Director nt...,ni w....h..r f nil .n. of Warehouses. Ralph M. Harker.lA we slated last week we are '.."T '''r.V " i,M:. sorting to force, stop and think element in this community, but Carrollton; Vice James N. ning nnd prayinir for the e.t III II... ki.i.l. ..I ll.. of the years that have down such as we have is entirely too K,"h"1'' M"'"vilJe. and Iluh V. Allin, In our church history, nnd we covet 'llif t tree, iu.ar.me ,.f ' nonny nn since the manager ennobled the nuich. ' e hail . MirriiuurK; secretary ami i rcasur-- 1 the cooperation of wrrv member in ' " h.n r'arK, ' "'- rteiir.te uiviue. " beginning and the blood stain Ke. helping to answer that prayer Our ' ,r "- tommtinitj ..... adaiicemeilt rr' outline i.f the mm, f. ihI tlrs .n i cutivi. ru.. i Jmrn P. ed cross witness the end of per means nersona securitv to thii jnm... Committee. n...k w Smnr. c - I I. I.rd v sniut tl.e wtiln tm aiiuatters inheritance." an DEMOCRATIC TICKET Itli tl form. fection in mankind. ' t ri'tlni individual, and this is best Judge Robert W. Ilingham and John of Deuteronomy :24. In the 1'iril- - lni,,iiik-- ,tl, FOR CONGRESS up feathers It is nearly possible that you achieved through energetic H. Winn. evening we will begin n short serie Ufoti their windj and (traders HON. RALPH GILBERT may sometimes be in error. for the Association, I'relpersistent dent Stone announced, will aid the ISuilder, or Destrover growers in preparng ther crops for If a merchant, or a banker, Is your eyesight good? or a farmer, or an which are you? marketng, teaching those who desire editor be Make use of it read every- comes involved aid how to strip, tie and grade their in a row with tobacco properly before bringing it to thing in this paper. Just skim- his employees and has to close Why Hold Him Back? market. Officials and directors of ming through it is like snatchdown his business for weeks the Arsociaton also wll address Every young man is entitled urday and Monday meetiiurt nt Sat ing the husks and overlooking () or months, he accepts his loss to a fair opportunity in the growers between now and the close of the kernels of corn. Hushing as ,f man should. through its pages as you do the books November 5th., telling The coal operators, however, business and social world. He is entitled to be judged them exactly what ha been done in through life will cause you to are not of this class. They are by his own mental and moral the ehandling of their business by miss many items of news that saddling their loss onto the qualifications, their officials. and not by the are of value to you. t.tt r me i puunc in ii snape ot enor standard of the parents who Sunbeam Band Adds Has the United States gov- mously increased prices of coal, brought him into the worh and are profiteering in a con ernment been duped and trickMany New Members Such is sometimes, but not ed into committing an act of scienceless and shameless man often, the case. The Sunbeams Hand of Freedom ner. folly? Many a young man of great church met at the Nina School houe And since Washington apOur government was prompt promise is seriously hampered K "'. ernoon, Oct. Pith, llcrthn . i jt i riii a r ii n i mii .i v in meeting. :ut in the disbanding of its great pears unwilling to perform its (51ft," Scripture duty, the public becomes the We are prepared to show you the army and the scrapping of its both of his parents. The sins John xio . t l navy. This was in accordance goat and pays its pound of oi uie uuner are visited upon lesson. roll call showed 18 .ncmbers The finest and most complete line of HEATwith the provisions of the llesh. the son, and the innocent youth Present. Dues Hficts. after an in Washington conference agreeING STOVES ever shown in Lancaster. This is the best country tin sulTers for tlu ni't.n nf tlw. iniillv teresling program being given. The Lookout committee reported Kl new ...i.-ment. .i . .. . tier the sun. It will be an wen .........- . . i memoer ninieu i to inc itanu, making , They are on display. riM The army has vanished, anil better one when you do your inn ia u lie uecausu as a n total of 31! members. but a shell remains. full duty as a citizen. Ameri civilized people we are not yet Ilertha I'rewitt was awarded a Sun . . . .. .1 ...flf The navy is sadly depleted ca needs the best that is in each entirely civiu.eil. A no ... .1.ueam un :or naving secured the COME ON isned and most of its teeth have been of her sons. voneer covers the surface, but KTW,u'it umut,r of membirs. The report of the Personal Ser drawn. .iff nn f,.i i... We have limited ourselves to no one line u i" irn.- IUV VUlllllllltVi: UUI l VIII ' in ii i.. r....i III UU Munitions have disappeared, I.t.vs. (1mI.(i..I .. .........! U.K .... .t UIHUHI UI Kni lUIV There's a Reason and the spirit of patriotism has IjtHVVof stoves, and you can select your heater the Children's Homo at Glendale, Many husbands resent the nance, and his own acts make Kentucky. waned. from any of the famous lines such as the I he hunbeams Our means of adequate de- waning of congeniality in the or break him. were dismissed to Nov, .'Ird. Kmma meet again Hue fense against sudden attack no home, and this resentment FISHER LEAF or THE FOSTER. All Sebastian leads the meeting. Topic, longer exists. leads to estrangements that of "Others." Now comes the startling in ten end in the divorce courts. styles and models on display on our floor. formation that Washington has It never occurs to them that WATCH THE Pie Supper abruptly called a halt in the they may be mainly responsible There will be n pie supper at the PRICES ARE RIGHT wrecking of our fighting ships for such an unfortunate conIlickmcn School House Stturday eveWe are also told that nations dition of affairs. ning, Oct. 2 st., at 7:30. Ordering New Fresh NONE ARE BETTER In his courting days a young have ignored their govern-meat- s Goods every week. lluggies, on Great reduction and have done no real man is very attentive to the wagons, Harness, Plows, wire fence, That Good FLOUR scrapping of ships at all. lady of his choice. breeching, collar pads, etc. (It.) Nothing within his means is At the time of the WashingWJ. Itomans. EVERYBODY WANTS ton conference many writers too good for her. She is the You Sno The Dilference The talkative man is heard by and others warned the govern- constant recipient of endearing many people and remembered by few. R. J. ENGLE ment against plucing implicit terms, the choicest of gifts, and Women have been given the vote, LANCASTER'S IIGGEST STORE. faith in the pacific intentions of solicitous attentions. Neur Depot. Lancaster.Ky but not nil of them have acquired governments across the water. All of these are pleasing to n .Ts-ri- Builder arwl Dfrrtvir The chirf buiine.M of the nuTtinc Aid report splendid rl,,n'y' wn,cn wu tm" nr,t meeting! The of tne new ,okrit wn, thr ,,r0Vi,i0ti ces In their exchange held Iat They wih to thank all anjfor warehouse matters, the officers, which was ilono un- -' contributed in anyway either by the! Baptist Church News on ome great world ens-e- s The llible is Cod's chart bonk of the agrs, anil they that are wue will study it to become rightly adjusted to the plan and purpo- - f (Jod in the world today. The supreme bulnes of the Church shouM In soul winning, and the t'hristtan who is awake to the fart that we ate faring another world rrm will tie the mot alert in seeking to save the lot. Come with your Ilibtes and study this theme. A cordial invitation extended ta all to attend our service. of sermon l c. nn-lllin- Hroail-wa- y, I itLn-nnUatlo- n 1 I I I J 1 I Ull-I.- K I , I're-ideti- ts. ! Vi-a- r I I -- - r.-- . X . I expml-Uio- n I - 11 t- - NOW IS THE TIME FOR I J m HEATING STOVES I t . 1 ; i A I I - , V IS I IS St BIQSALE 1 HASELDEN BROS. Th Central Record. Lancaster Ky.H Thursday. Mr. It. K. l Oct 2. 1022. 1 iMmmmmmtmammmmmtxmmmmxtm Hughr, nf Louisville, in the. city today for few hour. 'Mr. nml Mr. Snufley Hughes anil chiMren left todny for Mnrtlnsvllle, 1ml., for n fcw week's stay. Mr, nml nml WATCH this HP and SAVE MONEY Mr. Jnme Anderson, of Cnnnute, Kansas, nrc guest nf Mr, Mr. Itlchnnl Anderson. CREAM FLOUR BOQUET FLOUR Mr. nnl Mm. Llllnr.l Miles ami Mr, (i. N. Milrt, of Nicholasville, visited .Mrs. A. ('. Mile recently. Ml Laura Dunn nml Helen Gul- -' ley left this morning for Orlando, Kin., here they will spend the win PARTRIDGE LARD Am stocking up in the best line of WORK AND DRESS SHOES, I have ever had. Look before buying. FALL DISPLAY OF C. K. ENQLE M.-rr- ter. .Mrs. W. S. Ilourne is the guet thin day of Mr. ami Mri. Dave Hcrvev, it niented with pink icing roses. The (week nf her daughter, Mrs. John Un-- j I'aint Lick. invited guests were: Mesdames Jas. derwood and Mr. Underwood, near Mrs. John and children, af- Yantis and Alford Poyntcr, Mr. nnd ' Danville. ter a v:it with her pnrentf, Mr. and Mr. Key Prather nnd little son, Cofj Mr. and Mr. Green Clay Walker j Mr. A. M. Mo ruin, returr.cl to her lli. At n late hour in the afternoon, all reluctantly departed for their lrnttlmn.1 (mm. 1nt nft.ht frnm f f fit home In Cincinnati Saturday. Spring .Ark., where they spent thni MesJame John Donaldson and Jn. homes after wishing many more hap' last month. Yantis, Matter George and SUrchel. py returns of the day for the M . .. .l l li Mil..... i.uimiun ....... Vanti spent an enjoyable day last iiu.i .im. .'iimui j Wednesday gathering hickory nuts. ! On Sunday, Oct. 8th., at the home tinny, 01 irnnvnie, peni me wecK-- i Mr. nnd Mrs. Kdd linker was n Friend here of Mrs. Wm. Green' of end with Mr. and Mr. I.oyd Ilourne, reunion of the linker fnmily. The deeply sympntnize with her in her re- -' ; ami uimiiy festive occasion being in honor of Mr. ceni nereavemmi, tne pacing away Kdd linker' 40th. birthday. The Mr. and Mr. Karl llrnadu rame of her father, Mr. Wm. Hurt, Sr., of linker family being present at nml Paint Lick. un from Nashville this week this delightful atfnir. The mother, guest.1 nf his parents, Mr. nml are the Mr. and Mr. Wrr.. Wniker were Mrs. J. It. linker, Mr. and Mrs. Cron-I- t .t... V Mlllir) ii. ...i... ..i.... IIIU.IUM. IIB not at a c.mrm.tnr tioon-dn- v dinner. y Hoi and fnmily, of Nina, Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Jnsper Noel ami Mi Wednesday, Oct. 1th., celebrating Mrs. Preston Snyder and children, of Lena Schooler, of Klrksville, were two birthdays, Mr. Wm. Walker, who' Poor Hldge. The bounteous and guests Sunday of M rs. A. C. Miles and wa 17 years old that day and their! sumptuous dinner, consisting nf old Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Carter. little grandaughter, little Mis Willie j ham, chicken, salads, Ices and enkes, Mls Georgia Dunn, Field Secre- Francis Prather, who was seven years' was certainly enjoyed to the fullest. tary of the Christian Kmleavor Union, old on Oct. ilth. The elaborate nndj The day was spent so pleasantly that nner, which was served it will long linger in the memories will come home next week to attend delicious long be remembered by those wtioj of nil present. They left wishing the Christian Kndenvor convention. will attended. The usual birthday cake Mr. linker many more hnppy birthThe following invitations have been was perfectly beautiful, white ornn-- l days nnd another .reunion ne.it year. issued: Woman's Club October l'Jth.. 8 1. M. Club Itoom. hon-orcc- s. en-ti- re . Suits. Coats, Dresses AND MILLINERY DESTINCTIVE yes and alluring too, are the VERY UNUSUAL to see styles and quality in DRESS cj' beautiful SUITS AND COATS at such moderate prices as showing. we are showing at prices that those we are These models are the neware attractive. est creations from the largest SUITS $16.75 to $49.75. manufacturers in the country. COATS $12.50 to $39.75. j $9.98 to $39.75 MILLINERY SPECIALS MOST INTERESTING are the beautiful and stylish L. ... .$10.00 lln.OO values ladies fall headwear we are values '"- - 98,00 showing. Prices low and qual-12,5- 0 $S.OO values ity high. $6.00 Gayle Doty came down from Keren last Saturday to meet hi sister. Mi Gladys Doty, who together with her mother, were visiting Miss l.enn llright. Miss Doty i now a resident of California and this was her first visit home in fifteen years. Glen Lily 1 MADE WHITE AS FLOUR CAN BE MADE BY ELECTRICAL CURING OR AGING. We use no Clorine or poison gnttscx. We do use or ntld Phosphate to low untile Hour to force not it to rise. We give you Hour from clean, sound v h. :t, r.o blend cr v.k:,lcr:::bn Try it. Officers Meeting The Kxecutive oiTirers of the local Chapter of the Ked Cross are asked to meet next Thursday evening, Oct. A full meeting is desired. 19th. j The One Price Store House of Quality. I Professor Carl A. Lampert The Woman' Club has arranged for Professor Lampert, head of the M.innrtmnnt if fnl ?lmv.rili nt Kentucl,.f tt, KiVc tm. op4.nlnc k.cturi on their 'Musical Appreciation," winter's program. Mr. Lampert's educational advan-wer- e extend over a period of years In Chicago. Berlin and Progue. Ik- WM for nine y,.a violinist with the Chicago Symphony orchestra, and Inter .organzed the Schumann Quartet, which was featured by leading lecture bureaus throughout the United States. The club is very fortunate in Mr. for this first meeting. j J II Kuwait.! expects to Mr. and Mrs. Sautley Hughe, Mr .eave soon for a vl't to Mrs. Ada were vsitors in Lexington Tuesday ! K una rd. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis llern- Mrs. Louis Undram. Miss Jennie n, n Louisville. Swope, Mr. and Mrs. Clay Sutton Mr. tirover C. Ward, who is serving visitors in Lexington Tuesday. " as a guard at Corbin is spending the iA Miss Martha Ileitis, who has been A 11l.f Meniisn ol tht Cenlnil srvJ 3 Weekend with his parents, Mr. and Oiislpits Fathcr'j Wealth. Have a Definite Purpose. spending several months with her Colnji tyThuM Wi Art Interested In. Mrs. Milton Ward. An authority en finance tlmls thai Miiiie!l,.n Wulilr.t to turn tip Is mother, Mrs. Kllen ilettis, returned to the world's init eHMilu Imblt. only one rich man's sou In seventeen Mrs. Louis Ijtndram, Mr. Clay Lexington Tuesday. There are tunny tclilil'f tliat never ijlr rich. , Mrs. G. H. Swine- ,, ,. ... Sutton, Mr. and n arrive miwlii"-- beetiu'e they have no ltev. and Mrs. Harry Hudson are .urs. r reu uvvii .wi. ... bread were In Danville Saturday for j Hut to n perin, even of visiting relatives in Springfield and visitor in Danville Signifies Good Fsith. the foot ball game. u iletllilte pur-msmall tilleiit, w n Ill llinlii.l .':is the Hililltlnl. nf V will attend the wedding nf Mrs. HudMr. J. K. Stormes Usft Monday on a all t)..ni;- - 'ir poHjle. cnis to lln M?imture illd not ulwsyi Itv. nnd Mr. !'. It. Unurlnnd have son' brother, Mr. Thompson, of that Adair eunty. liuslttoss trip Inillcnte flint tlie ilsner emild not they place. -returned from Carlisle, where Mrs. Grundy." write. Ion .'I'll a un attenatlon ' Mr. P. Avimi, uf Dnnviile, has Won attended the centennial celebration at nsttn; of n nf (.ihm! ''m ' u ti.i "Mrs. t.rui.itj Buggies, Great reduction on Mis llane Vest, who has been the church. the Christian recent visiter in l.aneter. the guest of Mrs. Hen Hughes, has gone wagons. Harness, Plows, wire fence, aily In Tlinmiis Miirimi's "His'iil Like Plow," u play written in ITU5. First Chrictlan King of Europe. Mrs. Talbott C. Jenkins and little for a visit to relatives at Marksbury, breeching, collar pads, etc Mr. and Mr. George Spewnamore Ling u( P.ritiiln. Dickens' .Mrs. Harris ilie was nut u l.u.lti. a W. J. Komans. rent Dwight Hill, have v turned from before returning to her home in Lex- - (it.) n. by ii Vullnm iiuiiiiiH'rlpt, urtnnled but every-M,- y ilmruiter In the were visitors in .Stanford Mmln. a visit to her siter, Mrs. Walker ,nK,on- i I tle liiiimr of In the piny who ineil to do the llrt lirlUUn v that was net i. .. r vuis tolil Hi.k in Kiiris. Dr. J. S. Gilbert, of Hazard, was UrmMiaw, in Danville, Prnfune histurtaiis Mrs. .Mali IfuriMiym, of Uittmin.j ...t "Mrs. Cruiu! "..rt like It. ;h.ie fnlleil tn lornte lilm. Il nskisl mingling with friend here Saturday. mi t: r.. I nit r.svd to I Mr.,Kugentv Hrown, who has been i.. il Kurai vi hit uruiiicr, ,ir. L'citherlus n 1- A. I. In bnt-- J 'iefi'.. Master Collls O'N'eal Prather i i nml Mr. Vilton on Hill Court. It's lileus l . lulu, 'this was ii,,ne unit he went in .i.i Hie Mwer ot ,.iei Mrs. W. A. Prko ami Mrs. James, upending the summer with relative quite ill. Hniu f wlmt Is rluht nml i per to ivutnd ( i.ii ii tnoelytliic t"iir In miiee uhlch Wood were visitors In Danville Sat-- . here, returmtd to Knowllle with Mr. Shi Wat rirritfiiimnii'tl hv Mi Yelton. of Hotter. Kv.. the attractive ! Mm- - Joh' "''"nUson spent Wed imr nun iiitloiis. ii 'I. In murtyriiiiiii. urdny. and Mrs. II. M. ltrown and family. nesday In Lexington. I. daughter of Mr, Yelton. Mr. Z. T. Hire, of itichmond, was Mr. and Mm- - W. II. DurVwm left I received by Card have been Mr. nnd Mr. A. II. Itice have re-- ; ., v!!tnr iii.ri. tti. nnl Thursday to wmU Uioir home in friend from Mrs. Kliznbcth Joseph, turned from a delightful motoring l.nitikvllle. who is having a most wonderful trip Mr. John Donaldson spent Saturtrip through West Virginia, Ohio, day right with Mr. nnd Mrs. William i now visiting in Her-liDutilap ltlantou ha returned abroad. She Mr. Kentucky nnd Indiana. While in Sutton. Germany. from a visit t friends in Shelby-villKentucky the.v visited their old home Mis Ijiwrence Thoma, of Lexing- Hud-sunn.l iilteliiti.il tin. tflti ffltr lit Lnlli. Mr. F. P. Frisbie, Mr. Shirley ' 'j"'' ''e guest of Mr nnd Mrs. Parkersburg. W. Vn.. Sentinel. Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Klmore, Mr. villi Mrs. Joe Walker ami Mrs. Jhn I Harry D. Itice. Glass Carrier attended the Gill Klnnainl were In l.evlngtiw Inst and Mrs. On Tuesday. Oct. 3rd., about 50 Mr, am Wnu Walker were' foot bull game in week. guests gathered at the home of Mr. v,sitors Sunday evening of Mr. audi Danville Saturdny. ' am Aldridue to celebrate the 73rd. I Mr ii..nrv Tntit.. Mr. Irvine Wolf, of Louisville, was Mr. ami Mr. H. M. Hrown and birthday of her father, Mr. Leonard Mr. and Mrs. Smith, of Pleasant the guest of Mis Jul In '.amine the family returned to their home in Pollard. Cakes, cream sherbert, ham Hill, were recent visitor of Mr. and past week. Knowille, Tetin., after a two week's salads and nil the good eats were very Mr. Wm. Griggs. Mirs Kllza Uon, of llryantsvllle, has visit tu Mr. and Mrs. II. It. Cox and much enjoyed. All left wLhing Mr. I Mr. Grover Ward, who has u posi Pollard muii more happy birthdays, been visiting her sister, Mrs. Will Mr. and Mrs- A. 11. Hrown. tion at Corbin, visited Mr. and Mrs. Dickersoti. w.Mr. Iteiiert tomunson, wnn ;m An especially enjoyable nlTair took Milton Ward Inst week. Mr. mid Mrs. Kd Guine have re been practicing law in Lancaster, left place Friday evening when Mrs. Will Mrs. C. It. Henry and children, to relatives In Inst week for Louisville, where he Diekerson entertained with a hand of Kirksville spent the week end with! turned from u Lexington. will wak his home. Many Lancas- sotnely appointed dinner party nt her Mr. and Mrs. Milton Ward. ter friend wish him success in his home on Maple avenue, In honor of Mr. nnd Mrs. John Yuter ami chilMrs. Kockwell Smith, of Danville, new lleld. Mrs. Klbert Smith, of Jellico, Teuii. dren, of Judsou, spent Sunday with with Mr. Suuf-- j npent the week-enThe table, beautifully Inld, had for Mr, and Mrs. Henry YaU-r- . ley Hughes, on Itichmond street. Mr. Georgia Moore Arnold and its center-piec- e a large basket filled Miss Valeria Whittaker. of luincas-ter- , Clayton Arnold, left InU and son. Mr. Klmore Mr. and Mr. Tom with full Mower, which was surroundwas the guest the past week of week for Itichmond, w here they w ill baby, of Ohio, are guests of liw pared by crystal candle stands with light Mr, and Mrs. Wm. Whittaker. reside in the future. Lmc.nter ed tapers. A ents, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Klmore. color scheme of red and Mrs. Muttie Wylle, of Paint Lick, friend regret the departure of this green being carried out In delectable is visiting Mr. and Mrs. George Hrown Miss KII.I Mne Sanders and Mrs. most ecellent,famlly. ropint. The hours were delightfully ami Mr. nnd Mr. Frank Hrown, Susan llright Yengcr, of Stanford, .Mrs: J. U. Kiunulrd delightfully en- spent with music, conversation and Del-l- a have been recent visitors of Mrs. Mr, and Mrs. Claud Archer were be tertained at n six o'clock dinner nt other diversions. Those present Hughes Acey, her home on Maple avenue in honor sides the honor guest were Mr. K. I visitor last week of Mr. and Mr nnd Mrs, (lex Miss Mnrilee Lear, who tenches in of Mrs. Klbert Smith, the occasion Owsley, Mr. Stephen Walker, Mr. Frank Hrown and Mr. LANCASTER, KY. Th Red FrMit Versailles High School, spent the proving to be one of unusual pleas- W. M. Klliott, Mis Kllza lion, of II row u. Mr. und Mrs. Geo. Hrown and Mr. liryantsville, and Mis Katie Hnrnrs week-en- d with her' parents, 'Mr. and ure. An appetizing repast Diekerson. Frank Hrown were guests Wedne Mrs. Victor Lear. Gossip About Garrard A'MIlmgCo i ....... ruui ii -- pl. . i. GUY. mi)-M- i V- Vi-lto- 1 e. KNOCK-OU- T Centre-Mississip- pi M, 11 Bars ains - i vll d 25cts. Regular 10 cent Lemon Soap 5cts. Regular 50c Infants Rubber Pants 25cts. Regular 10 pkg. Envelopes 5cts. 15cts. One Pound Ginger Snaps Good Gingham, per yard 10ct. Big Bed Spread .$1.25 Six Glasses tor Sanders Variety Store -- The Central Record. Lancaster, Ky.. Thursday, Oct 12, 1922 EXECUTOR'S SALE Thp undersigned a. eu-cutor- s of Vilam C. Fish, deceased, will on Saturday, Oct Wth AT TEN A. M. mile from Paint offer for sale at public auction on the premises, about one-haLick, Kentucky on the Madison County side, and fronting the Richmond and Lancaster turnpike, the farm owned by him consisting of U10 acres of land. This farm is ideally located, beinK about half way between Richmond and Lancaster and close to Paint Lick, one of the best small towns in Central Kentucky, and having a larjre 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 Richmond. Has been well taken carcof 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 a large yard tilled with shade trees and shrubbery of every kind. Has a splendid garage, and all necessary outbuildings. It also has a large tobacco barn 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 and a good pond, also two large cisterns at tin residence. The farm is also improved by two tenant houses, one of them the old toll gate house on Richmond and Lancaster pike. About 05 acres of this farm was cultivated in corn and tobacco in 11)22 and will be sown in rye by the present owner. About 25 acres was in rye in 11)22 and the balance in grass. TERMS: The farm will be sold for ten percent cash on the day of sale and 2 percent cash on the first day of January. 102a, at which time deed will be delivered and possesion given. In case the purchaser desires, he will be permitted to execute bond with good security on the day of sale to pay d cash on January 1st., 102a, instead of paying ten per cent down. The purchaser will be given the option to pay the remainder as he desires, the whoje in cash or if he prefers, may pay it in five equal installments, duu one, two, three, four and five years from January 1st., 102a. 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 -a one-thir- ng E. T. FISH Farm and Home News From Over Kentucky The eradication of tuberculosis from McLean county dairy herd is going forward stcadi!;', County Audit Hubert 11. Fori! says. A total of SOO cows recently were tested in two week with the result j that nun were found to be tuberculosis. The value of cover crop In r lectins field from erosion nil.! ie.n Ing during the winter is receiving in creased attentim from Owsley county farmers, County Agent I' M. rrye ayn. More farmers are sowing w. titer oats for this purpose this fall than ever before in the history of the country. Pulaski county farmers during the summer Jput part have carried on tin intensive drive ngalnat the low producing hens in their poultry llocks, according to County Agent V. C. Wilson. A total of IS demonstration! were lielil in different parts of the county to show farmers how to Hcparate the liens that were still laying from those that had stopped to loaf until spring. Twelve Oldham county farmers who are with County Agent Cordon IS. Nnnce and thu uxtunslon division of the College of Agriculture at Lexington have ordered a carload of limestone which will be u.ed in demonstrations designed to show what this material will do in increasing crop yields. A number of .Marion county farmers are planning to llnd out what acid phosphate will do toward increasing their wheat yields. They have ordered a carload of the material which will be used In demonstrations that will be conducted on their farms in cooperation with the extension division of the College of Agrculture at Lexington and County Agent II. J. Childress. JOE MASON e, over her n strange new feellnsr that artly what I going on. Let me paint a real picture, and come.s to a maid when she is alone you Had best frame it and hang It on with n man, and held In hi arm. He kisses her agaland again those hot, the wall of your memory. Her head falls back (WeMrrn Recorder) The nice boy calls and sits In the warm kisses. parlor and kids you along a few mi- limp in hi arms that Is your little "Isn't my child having a grand nute, and then he say to the girl he girl nnd the nlre boy who Just left I time," the proud mother, a muse go." The nice your home. for, 'she contemplntes the popularity of ha come your "Let's depart Into the This Is a true picture of the girl girl boy and her daughter. "She is so popular night. who habitually goes night ridng down I with the boy Is out every that she . This story refers to the habitual shady lanes as Cod Himself can draw-itnight with some boy and doesn't get .' night rider. in until after midnight. It is wonI didn't go so far with my story It Is true as Holy Writ. derful." They are barely out of right heftre(n that couple could g If those ride Docs her poppularity cause the boys his arm slips snugly around her wntstjare permitted. who call, to stay at home in the par- vwiere was your little girl lst and she pulls up clote to nun to maKcj lor? the huggcry more convenient. He Is, night? "No, they always take her out for "Why my little girl' was at n doing this unle he I a "positive a ride pill." If he is dance." old mother! Your daughter stick." or a "human Poor Sure, she wns there for n while, a regular he pull lot of. Sun she Is, cuss words. proceeds toman i nau fnlt is having a grand time. ".My girt wuMn't do such a thing No young , but how? unless he can sling'em dirty. The as that." Out every night on some lonesome greater hi iisortnient of expletives. That is what they nil say, but jrond with the car parked? the more he impresses the popular nightly thousand of cars are out .Most of the popularity of these thing with his worldliness. there on the public road parked with days Is born in promiscuous love. young If that isn't so, I'll ijuit right here. the light out. Somebody's little 'irl .The young libertines flock where the They bowl around the city, maybe I out there wrapped in somebody's i heap love Is the easiest. to n dance for a short while, maybe anns. Where was your little girl'' ".My little girl is different." is what Don't go to making alibis. Just you say! That Is what you all say. to a salacious picture show. And they sail out into the night. ask yourself If you really knew where That is what they alt think and feel. He has a favorite spot where he gen- she was. Let me tell you something. You Just reason with yourself a little erally does hi parking. If your girl are not raising your girl- right when Is accustomed to parking, there is no while. you permit her to go out auto riding I am talking about the habitual argument. If she is not, he will find into the night. You are not giving .some excuse far parking. Ills mind night rider. her the chances she deserves Your Where was yMtr Mttte girl Sast has been on nothing else since he! little girl is made up of the same flesh sat in the parlor nnd conversed with night? as anybody else's little girl; your litWas the in the vast army of prkHe moy have engine trouble."! you. tle girl has the same emotions and or has toMook for a lint," or w "Justied utomWIM that tltekod the Innd impulses as anybody else's little girl, wraply tired of driving, and we may, after nightfall? and is no different from anybody Kvery rond loading nut of every as well Mt hurr- - a in the parlor."! Kvery girl that else's little girl. I city is floekesl with pnrked cars and .Sounds reasonable den't it? drops to shame and degradation was! In many uf these ears mmr libertine iid they sit there once just as sweet and innocent and dnnflt of some in Overhead the stars winis knowllng-!d as your little girl. at girl. She was permitted to run at will with ly at each other, nnd the fence posts "wit And MtlriJ M netting M' any man 'In- - met in autus late at ctand dismally out in the night, gaunt, better sentinels. night That's the difference between IWt take my wmrd it. C Flagrant breeie ty with the curls your good little girl and the bad little girl. They are all good to start n " "' 'll ,0 K" with. They all want to do right, .md the nice by htdds her closer . his arms. Why not? N.t a soul .. M'ml '"M,'f " , every one of them. The descent Is , ThB out always gradual and it alwnyi follows near and it .. nice U he heM tliAt--' (,irts .V . ear .. ..... .p- L- M,r .. .s I.. i... u'a...j imt ' 1. 't uie iiiiiK iiuiu noes imu me riiiini. J 'just u insMsrent as ymr I am going to present the truth toi;,K" dwng it m the pteture. asui .... , " ne think wrung of that. Why net? you mothers, with the fall projectile . , lrr -- Selected The story batik are full of .terlos of muu' force of itK naked hhleousness. I the arms of the ones they' tell you only the truth. The glr' Points of Lew Humidity, ls fact are worse than any fiction yet love. Why not? No one will ever ..f the .v..rlii m th UHanlie luir.nu kniw the lowest reatl conceived by Imaginative writers of '"'""I You may get ma,j Wlth me He vow. of a love that .s tender '""""" 1, " I"'""'1" '" don't care h If you don't want to'and endurrg He sweet Mt"n 4 rert.i.ii uh ! n.e lrert Inknow what going on don t read th.s. i nothing mti. rapt ear- He presses w,ti .., r.,f,., ,,.rr there nnI an. . her Throw It away wr tmg for a long tin in nute k ! 'ip ,., ,, m. r,i,f, ,.wrr i ,tioe mother wi want t Know ex ller cheeks grow warn There steals ret r ; r -- nn Where Wat Your Little Girl Last Night? . u pure-minde- lh' i fr i i nj r4 rv-,r- I " .jr lri . , EXECUTORS Mother-To-BVtt ted that this .s not true "It must be remembered that f a sow is maintained for one litter of p.g Chit the expense on each pig is tw.ee as great as it is when the sow Winis allowed two litters a year ters that are mild compared to those of northern states muke Kentucky epcc,a!ly adapted for the raising of fall litter. "At this time of the year, the sow with a fall litter should be on full feed and kept there. until her pigs are weaned at about e.ght weeks of age After weaning the young am mals can be put on a pasture of rye barley or wheat and allowed a mixture of seven parts of corn, three parts of middlings, and one part of tankage, being fed what they will clean up twice a day without waste Kxcellent result also ran be ob-tamed by allowing the pigs corn inj one felf feeder and tankage m an other. A good miiiera i. x'l.re for1 the young animals can be na le of equal parts of finely ground l.me stone, and salt. They .nouul be n. customed to this gradually after which it can be put in a self feeler.) Raw bane meal improves iKs ni xture Another good mineral m.xture can be made of two bushel of olack cu.il, two quart of slaked lime, two pounds of ,alt, one bushel of woo I ashe and one and pounds of iron nulphnte. The iron sulphate should be either dissolved or finely ground and nil the materials ni.xed together "Jf the pig are lousy at weaning time, they should be sprayed with crude oil, warm day being best for' doing this. If there is reason to believe they are infested with wonn, oil of chenopodlum, which may be purchased at any drug store, should be igven. Two cubic centimeter of the oil of chenolodlum are given with about 30 cubic centimeter of castor oil to u pig weighing from 10 to 100 1 one-fou- rth Is a wonderful mnucii t alt a, fwctant Bothers. Whrn the Uttl On ri. jou ran bar (bat moment taurv fraa arviu uiirnusT man Jtiu batr prrbapa lmaclnei. Ad rmlnrnt pbjslrlan. raprri iu inia cituc, ess snown iir war. II Was La who Aral nrn. m durrnt the treat rrmnlr. Read This Assignee Sale OF wmS "Jlutbrra Friend." Jlra. mm-- ton. 1'a . rata: "Wlih tar flrat two r children I bad a and a nura and then turj bad to u Inatru-romttut with toy last twu rhllilrvn f 11 h il ssssssssait Mvthrr'a t'rlrml and lud onlr a we bail iiu time ti grt a doctor Trr sick uly about tin fifteen lalnutta. Real and Personal Property , n. mir: ur rcca A.s A.xsiKiieo "14olb.fU..J IIUJS.M alkj tu lutij," rontllnir -HA-J- ui, McROBERTS profitM Mt.f, 5'.' ."IfMk(ul4lofu i'mhu," citi,u ,u,u,l rrufai" .u rrwiKi v Inrmual of Tom Tnu-- j ami .Myr' e Tracy, the iimluHDjiied wn1 ,(l DRUG STORE An Editor's Invoice An editor once kept track of his und losses uuring the year and gives an invoice of his business Tuesday, Oct. 17th, AT TEN O'CLOCK A. M. SANDSTONE diary at the end of twelve months of up and downs in the following manner: lleen broke .'Ml times. Praised the public 89 times. Told lies 11!0 times. .Misled prayer meeting S'J times. ISeen roasted I.'II times. Itoasted others 52 times. Washed olfice towels 2 times. .Missed meals 0. .Mistaken for u preacher 11 times. .Mistaken for a capitalist 0. (lot whipped li times. Whipped others 0. Cash on hand at beginning $1.17. Cash on hand at ending 15c .Milton (N. I),) Clobe. ' farm of Tom Tracy, consistiiiK of 89 ACHES OF GOOD LAND on the Hast side of .Itnlson and Siiuor Crook piko, about . three miles from Said land has a new tohnceo Iiarn and tenant house on same. tlit- Lam-aster- fell on tho prt'inisi's At the same time and place, I will as Assignee of .Myrtle. Trsicy sell 75 ACRES OF LAND, riejit across the road from the Tom Tracy farm. This is the farm formerly owned liy .1. I). N'aylor. On each of these farms there is a murtirsiKu with the Federal Land Hank which has :ili... years to run or purchaser has privilege to pay same within AU. years. Good Care and Feed Make Fall Pigs Pay This makes the sale on the very best terms. This is an opportunity to buy a ood farm with very little capital as purohnser will only havo to raise the amount over and above the long time mortKitKo tlebt to buy same. will sell a lot of personal propurty, consisting stock and farming implements. I At the same time of live, Fall litter of pigs can be made a paying project on Kentucky furnis provided the animal are given the right kind of cure and fed n balanced ration, according to K. S. flood, head of the animal husbandry department of the College of Agriculture. In the past, some farmers have said there wa no money in raising full litters becuuse the pigs did not grow out sufficiently to pay for the time In caring for them and the feed which It's fortunate that knockers can't they ate. Farmer who have carried take their hammers to the grave with out recommended practices In curing them. They might break out. for their fall litter have demonstra pounds, Don't deceive yourself. you an easy mark for others. It make! Ml ll We have no comment to make on HI the boose situation. Comment I superfluous. He wary of the young woman who sad and dispirited. It may be only a means to the end. 1 Terms on said personal property: All sums tinder $'20.00 cash; over that sum three month's time, with tfood note drawing interest from date. We thoroughly believe in fostering Infant Industrie. That's the son we say so many kind thing young people who get married. rea- of PS111HHH IJAS. A. BEAZLE7 ASSIGNEE OF TOM TRACY AND ASSIGNEE OF MYRTLE TRACY. Th Central FUcord, Lancaster. Ky.. Thursday Oct 1 2. 1 922 4.00 Spear, 9.00 Scott, Albert 0. 00 Sutton, E. II 9.00 Spcnrs Harvey 9.00 Shenrrow, Clint .1.00 Sebastian, Homer 2.25 Stone, Homer .. 3.00 Sebastian, Everett 1.88 Sutton, Weley 9.00 Sutton, E. T 2.25 Scott, Hurdettc .1.00 Scott, Tom .1.00 Spires, J. R 3.00 Stewart, M. F .1.00 Sawyer, Isalnh 9.00 Smith, Penman .1.00 SUemore, Sam 1. ,10 Shearrow, Speed .1.00 Starncs, E. M .1.00 Simpson, Irvine 1.50 Shenrrow, Strand 7.50 Shenrrow, Hill .1.00 REPORT OF THE FINANCIAL CONDIKY. Kr lley, W. It Kurt, II. M Unir. TION OF GARRARD COUNTY, William T.opnn, Chni Logan, John I.nnr, Hnntrl Having been appointed by the (intrant County, Kentucky, Fiscal Court tanc, Orear to compile n financial atatemrnt for the Fiscal year ending April Int., 1922, Lakes, Willie Ijimb, Alex the following report I respectfully lubmittnl: Lone, Hubert Thin settlement made by Cronley Hroadus, Commissioner, appointed by Lor.tr, Sam Lige the Garrard County FIscaI Court, nt a vprclnl term December .lilt., 1921, Lone Lear, John with A. K. Walker, Ex Sheriff of Gnrrnrd County m collector of the Coun- Lear, Joe ty revenue for the yrnr 1921. l.cdford, John Layton, J, II. (CONTINUKI) FROM LAST WEEK) Lnyton, C. II Fortner, Morrli Fuin, U'itherfor.1 Fox, Itobt Graham, Eugene Goings, Ah, for posts (instlncau, Virgil Wnt. '.rant, Lewi Gooch, ()Iu Gilliam, Ceo 8.23 Henderson, S. C .75 Hendanion, J. G. k.: Henderson, Mr Hc4l Jetie .........a... ............ ........ ............ .......... ........ ............ ... .. Come. lllnks, Thili 7.20 Ilutrhson, Joe 10.00 HarrU, Hill 7.00 Henry, Jn .1.00 ... ' Grant, Joe (irow, It. I. Goings, J Green, Clarence Gibson, L. It Crimes, Wm Crimen, Henry Giaham, Tom Craham, Itobt Grow, llobart Cllliam, Emmet Griffin, Ilarvi! Gabbard, D. I Craham, Olllo tiravei, C, Jr Gastineau, Orover Green, Jno ... .75 1.50 9.25 9.00 10.00 10.00 7.50 1.50 .75 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 9.00 10.00 1.50 l.ftO Hotmail, Jni Hardwick, Clarence Hard wick, Frank Ilammack, E. G. lluifman, J. I' Hulfmnn, Andjr ..... 10.00 Lay, I). M 9.00 I.iy, Lewi 1.50 Likes Jake 9.00 Leavell. Will 1.50 Frank 2.00 I.edford, Ale 2.00 Layton, John, Layton, Herbert Layton, Virgil 3.75 Lng, Jesse 0.00 Lay, I.oyd 8. .10 9.00 takes J. L. ......... .......... .......... .............. Ed H Ing. 1.00 ........ 3.00 Hume, Weley Hardin, S. M Hopklni, Clarence Hopkins, Andy Hester, Dink 3.00 3.00 Lawson, Wnt. 9.00 9.00 3.00 9.00 .1.00 Hurt, Frank Henderson, W. A., Sill s. II aw ley, Sam Harduick, I. eland Humphrey, Herbert v Harris Clotd Gabe llanlwlrk, Cronley Iloskins, Geo Illiftkln. Hen . Huehins, Wm Hulfmnn, Ledford, C Lear, Speed Lent?, Hubert Logan, II Lamb, Jus Lane, Ollle .............. .... ........ etc ..15.10 Logan, Enrley Utile. A. II 1.50 . 9.00 2.25 3.00 l.SS 1.50 9.00 9.00 7.50 3.00 9.00 9.00 3 00 Grim. Gross W. II W. S. Lewi Gallagher. Willie Gastineau, Hold. (rant, Ileiter, Green, Henry . Green, Walter .. Gottspic, Klnnalril Goings Ah Graham, H Goings, llenderian, Gay, Harris Graham, Tailor Graham. WlMIe -- ... . ... Iloun.hcll. II II. llutf, Wilson Hardwick, Claytan Huchlnson, Ja HurriMtn, Grew Hall. H. n Ja. . 2.25 l.iwsun, Mose 1.50 Lake. Tern .1.00 Long, Wm 3.00 I.ogan, Clell 9.00 Layton, Hubert 2.25 Layton, F. G. 11.00 Layton, It. II. 9.00 Lawson, Hugh 9.00 Long, Itobt. 2.25 La nib, Eph 1.13 Lakes, Ilert ............ ............ ... 3.00 9.00 1.50 . 100 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3 00 3.00 3.00 10.00 2.00 1.50 1.50 4.50 m 10.00 Grow, Karl Green, T. A Grow, W. I. Gilliam. Orbin Gay, Sherman . . Humphrey. Clay IIuiHiim, Fisher Ham, J. W Humphrey. Mose Hamilton. W. II Hamilton, Rebt Hammonds, Joe Humphrey, C1areae Humphrey, Plyd Humphrey, Hubert ,.fld, G. I .75 .75 9.00 0.76 9.00 . . . 1.50 I.edford, A. 10.00 tang. Ott 3,00 tamny, Anion $00 I.amuy, Sid 3.00 Lear, Tho 3.00 Lane, John 3.00 Land, Sam .1.00 ......... .......... ............ .s. ......... ...... ........... ........... takes, Ilert ............ Long, I.ewii ........ Lane, Felix . ...... Lewis I. J Land, Hiram ............. Layton, Stove ............. Long, Earl .. ....... I.onham. Elmer ....... . .......... ....... 1.60 Moberley, Chai 1.60 Mctcolf, Robt .1.03 Manuel, Carl 1.00 Miller, Alex n.00 Mnulin, Hoy 1.50 Mills Wm 3.00 Mullins T .76 Mitchell. Chin 1.60 Miller, Hill 3.00 MnyfleM. J. T .75 Middleton, John 3.00 .Middleton, Jns. 9.00 Middleton, Colman 1.60 Moblcy, Hugh 9.00 Mnters Willie 2.02 Moberly, Chas. 3.00 Montgomery, Hnymond 2.00 Metralf, John 1.50 Muncie, Jerry' 1.60 May, Hill 1.60 Mcrshon, Earl 7.00 McGuire, William .76 Mny, Mead 10.00 McCulley, Raymond 2.25 Muupin, Illrnm 9.00 Miller, Arch 9.00 Meadow, Ansel 3.00 McQuerry. It. W. 2.25 Manuel, A. J 1.60 Met olum. Chns 9.00 Merryman, Jns. 1,50 Montgomery, Marlon 1,60 Moberley. J. K I.HR Manue', Tom 0.00 Mnupin Le.wls 3.00 Montgomery, Dnve 9.00 Miller. J. II 7.87 Miller, Hnrry 1.90 Mays Harrison 0.7.1 Moberley. William 1.50 Mitchell. Alex 10.00 Miller. Perry 1.90 Morris Sam K.03 Msrphy, Chas. 3.00 Murphy, Clem 3.00 Mrndous, Mildred 3.00 Martin, Geo ,75 Malenr, Hoburt 4.50 Marsee. Chns. 3.00 Murphy, Henther 1.60 Murphy, Howard 1.50 McKnight, Hnymond 1.50 Morgan, C. C 3.00 .or. ( 1.60 Naylor. Clarence 2.02 Naylor. Itobt L60 Naylor, Odu- 3.00 Naylor. S. It LOO Naylor. Luke ; 2.63 Preiton, Hukr 7.50 Pointer, Squire 9.00 Preston, Burnett 9.00 Preston, Willie 3.00 Preiton, Ed 1.16 Prewitt, Willie 9.00 Preston, It. II 3.00 Payne, Andy 3.00 Pendleton, H 3.00 Parson, Stanley Pulllns Elixn 1.60 Parker, Dewey 1.50 Pingelton, J. M. 0.00 Pinglcton, WIlMe . . . 3.76 Pingleton, J. P .75 Pnynter, W. S 8.25 Prewitt, Hoy 1.50 Parcell, John 3.00 Prewitt, Gobel 3.00 Poynter, Geo. 3.00 Preiton, MnriKnll . . 9.00 Pollard, Mole 1.10 Pollard. T. T .76 Prewitt, Unseam 1.50 j Preiton, W. R ........... .......... ......... ...... 3.00 3.00 3.00 2.25 7.50 8.50 9.00 .1.00 .. .. .. ..... 9.00 9.00 9.0( ... 3.00' : 3.00 8.25 9.00 3.00 3.00 .75 0.00 1.60 2.25 3.00 1.50 .1.00 .......... .... ... ..... ............ ....... .. . . ........ ... .. ......... ......... ..... ........... .......... ....... .... . .... Simpson, Hill Sander, 9.00 Pendleton, L 3.00, Pollard, Robert 3.00 Parson, It. F 4.25 2.25 .1.00 1.50 'parson, Melvin 1.60 (Parson, Hnrrimn 3.00 Poynter, Hiram 9.00, Pollard, Hob 9.25 0.00 9.00 Stennitt, John Simpson, William 1..10 C. Sanders, Angel Starncs, Hud Smith, Jn. F Stotts Odu Stennctt, Melvin .... . .. . ............ 3.00'Quinley, George 0.00 Richardson, .MIHnrd . 3.37 Robinson, C. &., for lumber ... 0.75 Reynolds, Alii 9.00 Reynolds Lutaer 1.60 Ray, Joe 75 Under. Hiram .'. 1.50 Itos, Sam 1.13 Hnder, Allen 3.00 Ray, Aaron 1.50. Rogers Alfred 1.50 Rogers, Millard 3.751 Rothwell, n. G 0.75! Ray, George 3.00 Ray, Hugh 2.25 .ay, II. C 1.50 Robinson. G. I. 1.50 Rankin, J. D 1.50 'Rouse. J. A 3.00 Rouse, I. M 3.00 Heynolds, Mason 9.00 Itoger. S Aaron 9.00 3.00 'tussell, Geo. 10.00 Hoe, Robert 9.00 IMchi Dnlton 9.00 ,!n'' Hryan i 3.00":. ::rjiai: ... ... . 9.00 1.00 .18.00 2.25 .75 2.25 .1.00 ......... ............ ........... .... ....... .......... . , ...... .... ... 9.00 9.00 y.oo 1.50 1.50 1.50 2.25 .75 3.00 1.60 3.75 7.70 10.00 Sparks, John Sparks, Johnle . Sparks, Cloyd . Sparks, J. F. Snider, Jar. Sebnstuin, John Sowder, Calvin Scott, Chns Scott, Robert Schooler, Herbert Sebastian, P.irson Sebnstnin, Parson Simpson, Clyde Simpson, Hobure Simpson, Jess Simpson, Jess ...... .. ... ... ..... .. .............. ........... 0,00 9.00 2.00 4.50 9.00 9.00 9.00 1.00 .76 .75 .75 3.00 2.25 3.76 3.00 9.00 ....... .a .......... .......... ,.. '" ......... .. ...... .. ... . . Sutton, Jns. Simpson. Lee Shear, Jess Sowder, Grunt Smith, Tandy Speaks, It. K. Smith. J. E 11,75 Smith, G. II 4.60 Sebastian, Duller .1.37 Sowder, W. H 3.00 3.00 4.50 10.00 3.37 2.25 2.25 2.25 4.00 .75 9.00 .75 9 00 7.00 3.00 0.75 .1.00 ............. ............ .............. ... . .. . "... ... ... . 3.00 .75 2.25 .75 3.00 1.50 9.00 9.00 2.2T5 ............ Helton, J. C Hamlin, Jno n el ton, Jna. Grow, Owen Humphrey, I.utkir, ... Grant, Ebb Hunt. Carhan Grant, Ebb Hall, Amen Galfncy, Walker 3.00: llnll. Homer Graham, Jai 9.(0 Hurt, Smith GalTney, Arthur 1.00 Hatfield, Everett Grov. W. H -- Ilosktns Etl., for SumW . 21.00,'Hosklns, I' Hurt. Joshua, est. ue of engine 10.00 Hughos. Jake Hicks, Jar for bridge work 25.75 j Hall, Ferris 1.50 Hurt, WIKm Highland, Homer 3.00 ' HulTmnn. Price Walter Hardin. 3.00 Hull. A. E Ilnnlln, Ja fi.00 lloskins, Ed Holtxolaw, W. C. :i.oi Hurt. Wm . Hopkins, Geo. 2.52 HiMklnv Robt lluifman. Witt . 3,00 lllntt, Jn David Hurt. 2.25 Hueho. Walter llnll. Alox 2.25 Ingle. Joe Hatfield, Henry 3.00 Uon. Will Humilton, Have 9.00 I nine. Goo Hlgnlght, Hue 2.02 Irvine, Mnck Iloumihell, Hoy 3.U0 Irvine, Heather HulT, Emmet 9.00 Irvine, Ely llounshell, N. II 2.42 l.ubell. J. I llounhell, Jno 2.02 Isaboil. McKlnley Henderson, (5. M. Green, G. M Gayhnrt, Dan HutTnian, Hob 0. 76 (row, Eil 1.50 3.00 5.25 4.50 9.00 .75 2.2 2.25 7.50 .1.00 Ltxker, Wllbert tanx. Emmet tarn!, ("has tail ford, Jas. Lamb, Jus L.i Mb, Sam S. I). ... ......... Naylor. 1.00 Naylor. LOO Naylor. U.OO Naylor. 3.00 Naylor, .1.00 Arnle Thus , (.76tRnnkin. J. 1.7,0 D Curtis Ed tak'nn. Jas. Lewis. Hubert Martin I.ir. ....... ........ ..... ... .. I.thr. William take, 3.00 NU-y- . a. 3.00 Noel, Lewi 5.02 Noel. Hut 2.25 NVI, Hny .1.00 Noel, Fores! 4.60 Noe.- John 3.00 Newlnnd. Jo 0. 00 Newland. Jobs 2.S5 Nanier. J. U Nurris. Tom 3.37 Norman, Walter - Leonard .......... 'Rhodus, Willie 3.00 ' Huberts H. 0.00 Sowers, R. L. Simpson, Irvine Schooler, Geo. Stinnett, Floyd Stevens. Amos . Roberts R"'t o.oo, 2.251 R'. Hunter "" 't.-'-- Virgil Stone, Jas. Stcarnes, Steve Sebastnin, Jim ............ . Starnes .75 ' Ra'. Alex 2.25 Rabin, Marshall .76 Ray, Clay ...... ... .- Hill Simpson, Claud Simpson, John Starnes Cllbert Shaw, Robert Starnes, Alfred Scott, Leonard Simpson, Ed 3.00 3.00 0.00 12.00 3.00 3.00 1.88 3.00 1.50 1.50 1.50 3.00 3.00 3.00 1.50 3.00 1.50 3.00 .75 2.25 llounshell. Albsrt llunhrll. C. 1 Humphrey, Will 2.25 3.00 Janes. It. II 10.00 Johnson. Willie Jones Vernon Johnon, John Humphrey, Homer Holmes, Major . Holmus, Major . . Ilbrdin, Clny Haltxclnw, Jno 3.00 1.60 1. ftO Johnn, Jons. D. I Andraw Ilultzlnw, Edwin Hollinsworth, Ike llnll, Abe Humphrey, Walter llnll, Joe Hunter, Edgar Hopkins, Oliver HilUclaw, J. W Hughes, W. C Huirmun, Hen Helton, Jno llolrum, Jelf Howard, Alvin -- - lio.kliu, W. C Ilounihi'll, llounshell, Hiitiunnck, Ja. G. C A. J Ilammack, Itobt Ilolmun, J. I' llounshell, Fete Ilammack, E. G. Houtuhell, C. C Harris, J a. Hopkins, Ewell Harris, Ilruilley Hume, T. J Hemlrickton, Ed llulet, Jasper Ilounnhell, G. II Hull, Joe Hardin, J. E Harold, E. A llounshell, Ualltrd Hampton, IVarl 2.25 3.00 0.00 .75 3.00 5.00 2.26 2.25 9.00 3.00 Jenkins Hill 2.25 Johnson, M. 2.25 JafanMM, l.ueine 9.00 JonnhiK. Ham 3.00 KTelley, Ijki 2.25 KfiviinaUk'h. Arch 10.45 Klnnalril, J in 3.00 Knvsmnutrh. Win 3.00 Kelley, Jowe 7.00 Kemper, Iluford 9.00 Kunnmly, Mote 1 Johnson, OHie Jannlngs, M. M Johnson. E. J Jarvis, Frank Jarvto. Ilurokl Jurvis Wilbur Jennings, Ilnrve Jwjus, Ophelia Johiifon. Le .Itinrijni?(. Earl 3.00 Lee, J. A. 2.25 MrCormick, T. M far lumber .1.00 Mitchell. C 5.50 Mitchell. Marlon 1.50 MaltKir, Alfrod 10.00 Mathews, Jas. 3,00 Mttcalf. I 3.00 Montgomery, Ike l.UOj Mullins W. L, 3.00 Mabvrley. Cal 8.25 j .Mason. Eph 3.00 Middleton, Andrew 9.00 Marsee, Geo. 9.00 Miiberlcy, Jasper .75 McQueen, Tom 2.25 McDamel, Jerry .75 Mwier. S. W .75 Mom cr, Jennings 3.00 Miller. Frank 1.13 Marsee, Grant 3.00 Meadows, O. I.. 2.25 Marsee, ("has. 9.00 Mack, Jack 9.00 .Mock, Todd lf.,00 Marsee, Clayton 9.00 McQuerry, Itobt 9.00 Mathews, Wm. 3.00 Mc.Milllan, Tho 3.00 Miller, Arthur Osborne, John 1.60 OMileld. 1.60 2.25 3.00 .76 .74 9.00 2.02 9.00 1.50 .76 1. K0 1). V .. .... 3.00 ' Roberts Courtney 3.00 R'cl'. Homer 3.00 Rvady. Price .loo 'Ray l)at 1.50 Chf - ........... -- .... . I.50jR;,'. 0.00 i R 9.00 Ruble, 3,00 Ra i 20.00 Onstott. Wm OnsV'tt. Oheron. H. It. .... ............ ,.. ... Onstott. Chns. Tom Ohorw. Oheron, 4.J0 OIIU, Willie ......... Can. E. John ......... Oliver. C Oliver, Aroon ........ ...... .......... .......... ....... ........ .......... ....... ....... Jas. far rock . lron. Hnrrinn, for lumber I'uraon. .1.00 I. 50 .1.. ........... .1,00 Montgomery, Arthur It. .75 MeAfee, H. W .75 .Montgomery, II. -- - 0.00 3.00 1.50 4.87 9.00 9.00 Mastem, J. A Miller, Henry Murphy. E. M Murphy, W .... ...... 9.00 3.00 3.00 II. 00 6.02 9.00 I. 60 3.00 9.00 9.00 .75 4,00 0.78 II. OO I'nrson. W. K l'rioe, R. Z I'mUwr, C. E Price, John Preiton. Hen Peyton. O. U. Preston. Clayton Pollard. Tom Prewitt. J. W ............ ............ .......... ............. .......... ............ ....... ........ . ........ ............ .......... ............ 4S4G Reynolds, Lcsslte s, t'. II .'.00 Run'.-. . !r:.-oniHlloxa s...r, r,. oo Robinson, C. S. 1.501 R"RT. Ceo. Ramsey, Sam 3.00 Rn'. 1.50' Reynolds Lawrenca y.7o Rothwell. Hill c!75 !Ray K- - R 2.02 R'ch, John 3.00 Rankin, A. W. 3.00 Ray, Homer .1.00 Itay, Oscar . 15.30 Ray, Harrison Chas. L. II Hernurd H. 11 ...... .... - Spillman, Pall 3.00 Sutton, Josh 4..10 Sadler, Curt 4.50 1.87 2.25 .75 4.60 .75 4.50 0.00 1.50 10.00 .75 y.oo 9.00 5.25 1.50 0.75 2.25 3.00 9.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 1.30 .75 5.00 2.25 2.25 3.00 2.25 9.00 9.00 5.02 5.0 4.50l O.00 .......... .. ...... .... . . . . 3.00 2.25 9.00 .75 2.25 3.00 3.00 1.50 1.50 1.50 9.00 3.00 3.00 0.00 4.50 3.00 8.25 3.0(1 .............. . . ..... O'Neal Clny Sehastaln, Noah Sowders, C. C. Simpson. Simpson, ........... ... . .... .............. ............ .......... .... .......... . ... Sowders, Reece ........... Sparks, Jns. .............. Stevens, Hurve Sebastian, Jesse Spears, Lee Stignll, T. J Smith. J. I Shenrrow, Shelby Scott, Wm. Sadler, Allen Sadler, Claud Stewart, Y Tankersyel. W. II. for lumber .... i.nu .......... .. !'!' ..... ... .. . Preton, Wm Powell. Han Pruther. C. I) Prather. Slevo Prow ill. Oscar Prewitt. A. I). Parson. Homer Parson, ilently Prewilt. N I. 3.00 Rom. Willie 9.00 Ross Willie 3.00 Robinson, I. A. I.S0 Reynolds Virgil 1.50 Roberts, Sherman 9.37 Roberts W. E ..17 Swoptt, Alfred . 1.50 Shear row, Jasper Sams, Jasper .1.00 sums I.ufu I.A0 :i,U0j I0.U0 0.00 10.00 1.60 1.00 Robinson, E. C. 1.50 4.60 1.50 1.50 4.50 2.25 4.50 Roberts Jack Rioter. ........... ............. ... . Alfred Ros, Jas. iU, H.irruon Hewl. Clark Rothwell, Henry Renfrtiw, Rodney ....I...... ........... ............ .......... ..... . ......... . ' Todd. C. 11 Tigg, David Teat nr. Harris IVdd, Jas. Lee Tankersley. W. S Tapp, Tom Tempteton, W. II ........ ......... .i. ... 0 00 Phelpa. 9.00 ,.75 1,50 9.00 3.00 Murphy, Wm Moberley, Ilert M iiberlcy, Alex 1.50 Mnupin, Frank 9.00 Mock, Win 0.75 Meadow. Hulph 2.25 Morford. J. C. .1.00 ........... ...... ....... ......... .1.00 .1.00 3.U0 I.. PondletoH. C. Purehell. Ruben Prowitt. C. C. Prewitt. Cam Prather. J. II Price. Dewey J. .......... ............. . Sanders , Vlctsnr Piewitt. I). J- Morford. Herbert Hi. 00 Kennedy, Jno .......... 3.00 Kinir, Human 7.50 Kid, Jo 3.00 Kbbl, Will 3.00 Kulilnmn, Tho 9.00 Kumptir, (ei 11.25 Kld.l. A. J -- 9.00 Kelley, Jno 2.25 Kldwell, W. N ............. ........... ......... 9.00 Klnj;. John 3.00 Keith, T. H 9.00 Kidd, llelbert .75 Kelley, H. T 10.00 Kinder, W. A 3.00 Klnnulrd, Jim 9.00 Kennedy, Eugene, ........ ..... 1.50 Moore, Mat .74 Meore, K 1.87 Mntloek rtliur a.bo Murph. llie 3.00 Murphy. Thos 0.75 May, II t.irt 3.00 March1 Hurdutlo ry, Ernest 4.00 Moutg" ry, Elgin 1.50 Montg 7.87 Morgan. "cur 2.25 Morgan Oicur 3.00 Morgan. John 8.25 McQurirv. Hump 1.50 May, 1.50 McMil!. .". Lige . '., . Jiwr ...... ........ ........... ............ ........ ...... 3.00 0.76 3.00 10.00 9.00 3.00 3.00 0.00 .75 ,75 3.25 3.00 9.00 3.00 .1.00 Iirson, Proiin. Hubart W. A. - ' 9.00 9.00 9.00 2.25 0.75 1.50 , .1.00 Meadu. 3.00 Moore Crlt Vernon 6.00 Prather. Huy Pendleton, Clarence Pendleton, Clarence Pendletuii, Clarenco Pollard. Mun Pollard, Miitsm Prew.ti, Lige Prather. J. T Ponder, Robert Pendleton, Jeff Price. Coy Prewitt, Carl Prestoii, Elbert Pieratt, T. S. Pence. S. T. .. Pence, A. I. . . Pence, W. II. . Pollard. Wm. Prather, W. L. Preiton, Prather, J. T. Diutrit Soaper, R. II Swope. W. II Sebattin, Marion Suttun, Steve I ...... ..... 2.25 Steven, C. C. 7.50 Simpson, McKlnloy 1.50 3.00 .75 10.00 7.50 .75 1.00 .... .I.O.I Steven, David ............. ........ 4.00 Simpson, Fred 1.00 Stevens H. D 9.00 Soaper, Tom 5.03 Sebastian, Jesso 9.00 Stinnett, Floyd 3.00 Snider. Fred 2.25 Sebastian, Arthur 3.00 Sebastian, Reed 0.00 Shear row, Geo. 3.00 Steele, William 0.00 Scott, Jean 10.00 Stowv, Irvine, work on grader 9.00 Simpson, Oliver . 5.00 Sutton, Wesley, .7 ........ Jee Sander, 9.00 Simpson, .75 Scbuitiun, Duller ...... ........ .............. ...... .......... It. W Lewi ........... 1.50 5.01 3.00 5.25 3.00 .75 5.25 1.50 9.00 4.50 2.25 15.00 2.02 3.00 2.25 .76 4.00 Turner, Joe Turner, Thos Tankersley, Sam Tankersley, Clell Tincture, Clay Tudor, Hubert Turner, Audbert Tudor, Hill Tankersley, Quince Thompson, II. I Tudor, Conn . Tussey. P. F. Thompson, Aubern Tudor. W. R Tudor, John Tyree, Henry Tyree, Henry Turner, Harry Turner, Arthur Taylor, Ja Teater, Elbert x Tudor. W. T. Thomas, Jim Tankersley, Alfred Tankersley, Alfred Traeey, Robert Taylor, W Turner, Hruce Todd, Morris Tevls, Forest Toomey, Floyd .L Thomas Alvin .. ...... .. ... .. 3.00 3.00 1.S7 2.25 3.00 18.00 1.38 3.00 3.00 1.50 3.00 3.00 3.0 0 9.00 3,00 0.00 2.25 2.25 1.50 1.50 1.50 2.26 0.25 1.50 9.00 S.25 1..10 1.5.0 1.1) 9.00 U.I0 U.Q0 4.00 i.afi 10.00 2,2 2.26 1.S6 9JJ0 3,00 U0 W0 3,00 3.00 7,30 .75 1,50 3,00 1,50 7.50 Teater, Hobart Tatuni, John Turner, (Hud Turner. Hud Todd, J. A t Th Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday Oct 12. 1922 a. n Turner; Colllo Tenter, Harris .Tankcrslcy, Chas. Tankersley, Nick Turner, John Tankersley, W. II. Turner, I) Towery, L. C. Turner, Waller To.i.1, To.l.l, C. II ............ 5.25, Walker, Wm 3.00 Wntklns, J. I, 4.50i Watklm. Jns J.00 Whittaker, Herbert 7.87 Wren. S. T 1.50 Wllmot, J. W 2.26 Walker. Kemp (5.76 i ....... ............. ............ .- ... . Whittaker, Orear -- - :i.00 White, Marcus 1.50 Warren, Kuby J.00 ' Wylle, Ueo 5X.n .1.00 I ' . Tincture, C. 0 Underwood, John Underwood, Merrltt Underwood, S. Q. Vamlcrpool, Itu'scl Underwood. Will Wlljon, Robert Wren, Chas 1! ........ . 3.00 U.00 'Wood. J. .76 3.00 5.25 3.00 10.00 2.25 .76 1.13 7.50 1.90 9.00 3.00 3.00 7.50 RED CROSS WINNING IN FIGHT FOR HEALTH letter. Stronger Citizenry Emerging Out of Work in United States. Now Tfre$tone WM-DIPPE- D ... Warren, lleailey Wilmont. C. II., for lumber Whittaker, II Whittaker, Hnrlan Whlttaker, Sterlin Whittaker, Koscoe William, Ode Woolwine. Klmcr ...... ........ .. Wallace, W. M Warren, Until Watkin.. V W Wren, Wm. Wither. Frank Whittaker, Orear WhltUkcr, rilll Warren, It. A Wells, T. F. Walker. Milcy Warren, Creed Wren, Hethel Walker, Walter Walker. Cecil Wilson, Hud Wells. Marion Ward. Milton .. .... ... ..... Wnrdlnw. Theodore 1.60! Well, Kverett 8.26 Weber, O. I 1.90, Wither, C. S. 24.30 Wheeler, Sim 3.00 Warren, Willie 3.00 Wnrd, Tom 3.00 Wiljon, J. C 0.00 Wylle, l.cssllc 3.00 Wylle, J. A. en, Jim 3.00 2.25 Walker, Steve 3.00 Wnrdloe, Culvln 0.75 Wntson, Cha. 5.25 Wylle, Frank 3.00 West, Logan 1.50 Wallace, Jim .75 West, Floyd 1.50 Wilmot, Alex 10.00 Wager, T. II 1.00 Wooten, Cha. 1.87 Veneer, Cha. 9.00 Yater, J. II 3.00 Ynrher. John 3.00 Ynnti, J. T 3.00 Yen hit, J. 1). 9.00 Yeakey, Kobt. COO 3.00 1.60 1.87 3.00 7.60 .75 10.00 .... .... ..... 2.00 3.00 5.60 3.00 3.00 1.83 2.25 ... ... ........... ........ ....... ....... .... .......... .... 3.00 1.88 2.25 nil' American nod Cross; ns an rangellst of lietler health lias looked Its problem aiuare In the face. How It accepted the task revealed to It In the nation's pliyolc.nl condition at brought out iliirlns the World War, nd conscientiously applied lis nrtlvt ties to correction forms a lld chap ter In the? forthcoming annual report, Historically and practically, nursing Is n basic work fur the lied Cross. In It public health nursing service, In t met I on In home hygiene nnd care of the sick, nutrition clasc. first aid nnd life noting courses and health center, the American lied Cross Is applying effectually the lessons learned during the war nnd tanking for a healthier, stronger nnd better nourla-s- CORDS Most Miles itSlmr ... ished citizenry. 3.00 3.00 2.c; 3.76 1.50 3.00 9.00 5.2 1.50 Witt, Albert Walker, Kdwln i 1.87 Total amount pafcl on Dirt 1.50 Road Claims $5,703.09 RECAPITULATION ISl.9JC.10 l75.-t01.7- Total of all road fund for the rlsral year ending March 31, 1922 Total amount paid out of Road Fund by Treasurer Total nmt. paid by Sheriff on dirt road claim 5,703.09 $.11,104.88 To balance in the hands of Treasurer . . . SJ.28 NOTK Owing to the fact that all money ued for road purpose, has to be borrowed in advance of the collection of taxes each year, causes the road 'und to appear much greater than it really I, the same money being borrowed and placed to the road fund possibly several time during the year. INDEBTEDNESS (Ronded Indebtedness) Court House bonds Interest on same to March 31st., 1922 Turnpike Rond Interest on name to March 3!t., 1922 BORROWED MONEY , ...... ... $ 9,000.00 135.00 11,000.00 1 10.00 Note to Interest Note to Interest J. M. Coy on same to March 31st., 1922 E. II. Chandler on amr to March 3lt.. 1922 . - 10,000.00 150.00 2,500.00 37.50 The task of the lied ("rots I'ublle Health nurse In the 1,'JIO nursing serr. Ices now operating throughout the country Instructing their communities In health essentials and disease pres vention Is demonstrating the ot human betterment and the great benefits of During the last year .11.1 nets- - public health nursing services were established by Ited Cross Chapters, nnd sewral hundred sertlces so mnlnclngly proved their effectheness that they were taken over by public authorities, tn order to promote this work $.',( Ml was allotted to provide women to prepare themselves for public nursing. The home visits made by the 1.210 nurses aggregated nearly liOo.nnn, visits to schools numbered I .( I, und tn sit months l.U.VJ.Otxi school children were I Inspected by these nurses and where defects were found advised cumins- In rural column lion by physicians. nines tins service has tnaue a very marked advance and has non thou sands of comcrts to approved methods of illse.ise prevention. In home hygiene nnd cure of the sick Instruction, which fits the student In methods of proper care where Illness Is Philadelphia Hosiery Csnter. not so serious as to require profes I'lilladelph .i lends the world In tht slonal service, the Ited Cross conduct ed WW I classes during the last year, manufacture if hiwlery nnd under enrolled lytSfl Instructors. (Cl. I is stu wear dents nnd Issued li.t'M certificates. Old Structures In Bavaria. On June :m. ike;, nutrition etnbraci-l.lV.i clases, with n totnl of There are hmistn still standing In children and -enrolleil dle. Nttremburg. Iknarla. that ucro built iH'tetity-rlgh- t tlnns. food selection In lO-- o. classes grailuutetl "III who received In general Ueil Cross certificates. Ftod on Otad Anlmjlcults. heulth activities Ited Cross Chapters In the plnntless depths of the ocean, maintained 377 health centers, serslnc Ihc animals largely for their us muny communities, provided .1S.7M food supply upon the rain I health lectures for lurge audiences ev- of dead animalcules uhlrh sink erywhere, while clinics numbered otar through themlli- - of dark, cold water. llilll-tiet. EveQfwhereYiwHau: It ons Fii-ton- Bnsiom Builds the HARDLY Rmt Cords Oum-Dipcw- d a day goto by but som ol has way to till us that Cords are th a lira bailt Cords aa only Firestone builds them still givo you many extra thousands ol miles of west And for fall and wtntrr driving there's nothing Ilka them. Tho strong, resilient Firestone carcass ol gamSpfti cords, can stand the hardest punishment. With the reputstion Firestone Cords hold. It la not surprising that so many motorists in this community have made them standard equipment. The demand for Firestone Cords in the last less months has broken all records. Pricoa were never so low as they art now, Perhaps never again can milrsge he sold so cheaply. Decide now that you will get Most MUta per DoSar. Drop In any trnvt and Id s talk area. bst French Invtnttd Keyttss Wsrtth. wutih Is snld The tlrst kejrlc havi; been made by a frenchman the year 1751. A tc le Plsgus of Mice In Aus.rjl-one AtiMrsi an .hei ' I 70,. (ss) mi. welkt ng al"ut n t u. were killed In one ifii mini In 1 W 10.UI0. Total Indebtedness ............... ............... $32,932.50 Red Cross Gains Strength in All D. M. CARTER Foreign Fields In insular of tin- - United States nnd In foreign Isnds the American I!e--i Cross scored heavy gains during the last year, passing the prepowu-asjoi- Eiaminssi and approved by C M. Treadway, Judge, Garrard County Fiscal Court. To Escape Knift of Divorce, Superlative Unionism. chap before tiiurrlHge n lot Nleam Holler Urlirr tt.t ;,inlmun of sMionlng, but after nurrlsgi- It's n win, has stlppii on a Ikihumu sktM) ene of fork over. Itoston Transcript. "(ilt up. gin 'nor! (lit up: If I iresel I'd 'ae the Amnlgn-luste- d jour trotiiu-rs Society of Trinnvrs Primitive Methods of Smtlttrlng. The ancient .MelHU reiluct-i- l gold wrltlu' a tiBrsty letter to my unum." ore by drugging grunlie rocks over the Windsor Mnguzitie (lmioin) quartz spread abosit in u circular - riHiie. Cousins. Cousin as n tenu of relationship lliestoi thi rlilldreu of brother or siSysttm It Above All. Early Mediums of Exchange. nri- - tlrt iniisliis If I wen- a- -' ill what l iso" of tht ster. Such iliildri-i, pur luii with goods hot ttiolli- - . ! ii .iiing mull to adopt, to each olher or nochis neruuu Tin I'u) Ink' for ' 'I lie i! tin- - i:g)ptlmi earl) I lioiih wa practl-rlilldieii of t cousins are to em h i ) u) I iittr ring m, iki, TI.e In ldtor) of gold suf Is tiothiiii: llkn -- jstcui It slioulil hi other Miiiiol ii.ii.iii. also of coiH-- were as a liledluit evident in it) thing one iIim-- Ui Child of u rirt iiuislii Is M the tlrrt tlii-i- of the forerun one' iiiwli- - of lltliig, In study, nnd Id. cousin of his fattier or mother a tlrst Sir II Uooitmsti iliirbldge.i cousin oiict- - rr in.. iil bullii- liern of the arll-- t coins. I'n-o.irde-ni tii-kr llil s A good steel lit.nl Improves with age. Vmi tliould scour your cery day to keep It In giNnl condition and lengtlicii lti usefulness. Stttl Knlvss. Curious Arlion In tin- - HIiicmi tallc-y- Cacti,. Peculiar and Annoying Fact. It le ..I. ui imliil.lr iHN'tillarit lio-of I lie Mi much of ui ! argument Unit mint-- , everybody ti u't hear It. 'loin In lUuile. ly mipM Gene Ten Thousand Years. About I'MCM i'ir iu. It l general Ic H i the urc. tlrnl .. f ' Aim rlra 'iffurNorth lut time re i 'i.ei.i iii'i tin- - 18 mile frfin Itiscon. Art;.. I it giant cactus 'be I'ltmiilt of w lil ill ha been so deformed l In make It an oli Jit t of ciir!olt) . visitor. The Inhabitant of the nilley lire promt of their freak cactii nil refusn to allow IxitiinUl 4 !n cut 'the lieail to determine the mil a of tbe deformation. Tim botanists think 'It I ilne to tln work of Ineet.i but country httlew (hut a I tilt jstrokn of lightning ua tin- iioiirtiiln ling nuiM- - Tli! smm-I- i of cit' t'l. the iCeretln t ci'ii ii'iiy dciclon Utnitiii' foi III tin rne 'lie lii .I'l .Iiiik at.u itppenranrv of a gl entitle I lli'' i it I vious membership high mark of 11)18 by l.'.'Ol and advancing the figure to 1.VJ.40S. Tlis lhllipplnea tuke the lend, gaining nearly Us) per cent, now having llo.tlT inembers. Ill Kuroe thi! UfJl Itoll Cult enrolled 11.1'A Ctuipter rewith the porting l'Y. n gain of XI members. China was l.TS'J members, a ruin of MI; tho little Virgin Islands have l.tss), while the IKitnlnlcan Itepuhllcj with ".'.i'.'T udvanceil from Its pretlous high mark by 1,1- -1 new members.. Ilultl, oreanlted In lKTfl, now hasl peurly l.UKI enndled. Mexico reports' Id, u gain of :r.7 tn one year. The Anierlciin Itiil Cross; has spread Its meitibcryhlp over some 7(1 foreign lands and Ha Junior membership out-- ' side, of the United Statea Is close to A Chance to Buy a Splendid Blue Grass Farm AS TRUSTEE IN BANKRUPTCY OF DAVID F. RANKIN, I WILL SELL AT PUBLIC SALE, TO THE HIGHEST BIDDER, ON THE PREMISES ON ATTENTION TIRE USERS I Wednesday, October 25th s HAVE ACCEPTEDTHE AGENCY FOR THE Famous Trent Tires AND TUBES AND SHALL BE PLEASED TO QUOTE PRICES TO PROSPECTIVE PURCHASERS WE WILL SAVE YOU MONEY AND GUAR. ANTEE SAISFACTION. REVISED PRICE LIST ON TRENT TIRES AND TUBES Site 30s3 Red Cross Water First Aid Makes Life-Saving AT TEN A. M. Gain 303 3U4 fabric $ 6.05. (S. S. or C.) ..7.B5 11.92 14.25 15.25 16.10 - Cord . Tubes $ II.HO- - H.45 1.75 2.15 324 334 33i4 3" 324J 344, 33S .- - - . . - 19.75 20.30 21.25 23.95 24.90 26.00 2.20 2.35 355 30.80 (SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE.) 32.20.. 2.45 3.25 3.35 3.65 3.95 4.00 More than 3'.'." Chapters engaged In llfo saving or water tlrst aid last year tilth the result that the Amerlcnn IteJ Cross Life Saving Corps has set a new high mark far enrollment and the number of qualltlcd life savers d- eloH-d- . 'Die Inllilence of "learn to nwIiii week" In many localities Is reducing the water fatalities through In-- , structlun and the wider dlssmlnutlon ' of resuscitation methods demonstrated Kx by the Ited Cross representative. celtent work has been done In leaching a lurge part of the American insulation how to take rare ot Itself In tlu water, titowlng appreciation for Ibis Ited Cross .ervlre Is shown by the compulsory Instruction adopted In muny cities for members of the police and tire departments In tlx prona pressure method of -Ufe-.S.ilr.- g THE FARM KNOWN AS THE HIGGIBOTHAM FARM. In Garrard County, Kentucky, on the Lexington LOCATION Tuinplko About live mllt'.s from Danville and six milim from LanlemliiiK from Danville. caster, in the Camp Dick Ribln.ioii section of Garrard County. 'jr'J.fiU acres more or less. ACREAGE This farm is known as one of the liest farms in Garrard ComiFERTILITY ty. Is very productive and in splendid state of cultivation. Good dwelling house and burns, vell watered and well IMPROVEMENTS fenced. Church, store For location and fertility, this farm cannot be excelled. and school adjacent, splendid neighborhood and on excellent road. pur cunt tin January 1st., l'J'J!!. 10 per cent cash on day of sale; TERMS Halance in one, two and three years to he evidenced by vendor lien notes of equal amounts beariiiK ix per cent Interest. 2-- SEEDING PRIVILEGES IMMEDIATELY. Possession January 1st., 102:1, at which time deed will be made, anil notes executed. . DISTRIBUTOR FOR DUNN BROTHERS, DANVILLE, KY. Burton Stapp Hl to Htlp Othart Tou can't "flva until It hurt" for an American dollar to Join tho American Kett Cross holpo yon to help othora who ar rs tod who 1M. J. W. HARLAN ltrt nd TRUSTEE IN BANKRUPTCY OF DAVID F. RANKIN. DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. w Th Central Record, Lancaster, Ky.. Thunday Oct, 2, 922 1 1 LOST! 2S0 GREEN MANURING ONE OF OLDEST METHODS USED TO IMPROVE SOIL PhI. 3738 BUckheacU and Both! iuo lhr til ' Gasoline 25 BUYFIOMT patronage. "o rewnrtl l offffnl, r Unt fntrtrr' No iitiratlnn will I iM rtiapt on miration, "How HI t n Ihtni?' Tlirro I liut una I t cr. ful out titw fad trat-men- u on tl anil Kurttwurk, I fh, m.nt onwrrful I VkkI-- i I OS raiil, lli.l lfl fllnr wltli pair, ilf, mJJr nrl that l H. H. R! Now my l.i r i t'lukl.n, my kln clear aa n , t r titv i nr flllr.1 out una my II e'itii..um. I .i, nuir'" Till your etiierlenc. too. If yoir try 8. fmrrljf II Id r'wrntitrr.1 In hIn nil IK irmafkll.l I H. Ik nl ltirrr.1lmt. fromRnew you rr.arii n, iiw l liUiry fornil it H ilnnr. storm Kill l ll'.l .n' Itio , rr-U- y ninl f lrnnr. traii.1ulliUr li Same PNICK as DANVILLK and LIXlhGION We Have Forced The Price Down Show yourZapprecifltfonubyglvlniJ us your r In tnbtu Iik. Tim lu comm. Icl. i Urctr Silo U "S S S u f'r mIc nt MrKobrrM Drue S'ore. Crown Gasoline. Ty i Polorine Oil. First-Cla- ts f AIIIhiiirIi crroti innniirliii; la olio of tho ohh-- t to iiiiilntnln or to InrroiiM Iho iriliirlhlty of tho Mill, thi-ronoiich now hato In Iho practice mill In Iho In rccont plnntM nuil for tho to iniiko iloilrahlo tho puhlicu-tlnhy tho t'nlti-i- l Stilton I of Acrlculturo of Knriiiora' lliillitln 1'J.Mi, Oroi-MiinurliiK. hy C. V. I'Iiht nml A. J. I'ioton. Tlio mihjocla i1IhmiiiI rnnRo from u il million of tho "croon tiiiinur-- I n tr. ' nhlrh ihtnin "tho turnlni: unih-- r of any crop, whllo srif n or coon uflor for tho purMio of will of tho t many cr thut uro uwit for liuul loioniiont In mot roKlon of tho Unit-Slntoa anil III mhiio otln--r couiitriin. crop. Tho uo of nporlal mjh tho hiillolln, i much moro conornl In tho ymitli than In tho North. In ri'irlnnn, for ronmuM tho iimlor ilry funiiini: mnilo mnnuroo nro not u il. hut In Irrlk'atiil aroai In tho Vot orrhnnllfiln B. IImii Ihrm tn a cront oti-n- t t" lliili-n-thJlrlil of fruit. Secy-Tre- a. Cropa Benefit Soli. crop that uru crouu primarTin ily n niiutinto for foiillnn tho Mill holh chiliilrnl ninl pli)lMl The Muitituoctwr btar. to plalita that that uro of The Peacemaker. n.ii-- l tho tnr h.i AhlroiiiHiu-Minvoil thoiu. Whon a Hncllrh niuifl'lr xtr (In n man who In it.Hiri-iihoo ami fri-nrlou crop l tiirinil iiiiilor. tho t conilnuiil to ilirlit ii ft T n M'ii.Tinn miitiU In to in I ilo ri' ololiiflitu that hao coiio lu"Wlii'ii tin' Hillo'imiii i4iirtil) i of 'luM nml nf tho Inliil liuliil" lu tho lunklnc of tho cnip aru ri'turmit Ho I M thoto nro ontlliintnl tho tight l otcr roim-- . ho to tho will, unil a ipinutity of ormnl h" ami llini' J. mo r not Itoforo In tho Mill In mlihil. It iIimh not iiiattor million utiim. (rotH A. In a lni It U ahiinl on ilnt 'nioiHmi Hi "Tho omlliio of ami. In aihlltloii to Impnitlni: thc that UBiim nt " n fixnl for ph)klnl oomlllloii. hactrrla. Olio of tho inot Origin of the Zulder Zee. liuxirtaut functlouo of orrnulc mutti-Infallible Weather Sign. Tho Znlilor Zi l a roMilt of tho lu tho Kill N to i up tho iillniLc WVathrr lkn mo n follow : A ThU lwinoil I owl throo wn-llator iHirnlltitf of tho ibko uipl) Tho hullotln roil tm.iiM- wllli nml. In m tho Thlrtrcnih uiury. titt-tthi l iloiio: (1) liroHtli of ruin n ImImb rut In of iiimIuIo Imi mi imkhi; n ihfti him1 niMillim to lli.llanil inoll" mw.m fr" lilantk, ('.') tho muklni: of nltniton h a irrowlnc ninl 1'rlo-liuky imiiii- - f. ir liirto oil Imrti-rli- i fniiii organic nitrogen In Hhlloni - i' in i fonini a cloriu. tho rot of Iho iniiniry h tliii'l of waliT. huiolnil of IIIhbo tho oll; nml (.1) trim Hi of hnctcrhi osilirr hi a nilo fiS luun I wr-ml. woro milmiiTCril unil ahoiit l n furonin cray ulnl moliN Unit foiil on plant no.- n'HiM-worn ilrouni'il In tho mi unil lako nltrui:on illr.sl'i tier of rain from iho air Thov priK-o.- . mir ho Kliiuiilntoil hy uiloptliu tho pnH pruilri- - unit Miltahlo crop. Sitlitactory Cover Crop. I.okuiuoh uro of courM- - tho mo witlifuctor)' i or crom umh-- mio" iMinlltlons ami all lociimoi tin not haw tho xiimo Ktraln of mxlulc har torla. r'or liintaiii-- i thnt of chuor l illfforout fpni that of alfulfn. ami that of tho cowpoii la tllMlnct from that of tho Miy hoan. Thi'M- noMMintloiiK of irfuntt ami muko IniK'iilatloii of tho mill nocvM-arwhoro tho crop ha not hoon irolou Mill from ly prown. olthor hy il tlohl whoro tho crop to ho miwii OF grown or hy iilns ha A Mrnln of an urtltlclnt ruUuro. hactorln will ofton Inoculnto iIltTor- em-i(i)mi-thti-- "Cop" the Copper, Untie why there nrt nm f tho rm-Urnl f nn "Aline ttlT le M in' lout itam,e topbono hlnriu clok.H wiil I'm ! 1311 'Vou'll . onKM't'ire Ih" prlnrlinl rttlea of mi ho thntikful wbn li n roptwr wini.'Mm h that NuprotM-trf- i won't work." un' im trms i tomfiintlon for the MMaorne nililwr ImimI thnt Infont tin Nutriment In Cottage Cheete. foHiilr) ilMrlrt. A pound of entlaie rhiw HilMo' for ik protein fMUlr, uHlrn ke I for i'li Eitlnguuhing Durnlng Oil. nt Imnl talwr An ounjr hh) li oiiliituUli Itiirnliif Miniluli oil io.i itltmtcrnl lr" fliii'iin,'liil hn fartortif, Valuable South African Grattet. n A IH't for till IMirlli!' known South .frlmh not coi'fii thi tiiinilnc mrfiiro. tin-- I yru ninl InmlMMilli' nilil ry Inm nir' romtiirt tin' Ihmu an hi ri- iinl ntioiil U ly thnt tho t.i run no Ioiicit llnini hi tnulil Tli- from fle t" lit l j Thl ll.o iiiinrlplo of tho t'r nro J frty lump. li' Cben !: irt' Quality Guaranteed. Work - t aTtrr Red Clover Rank I High In Importance Among Leguminous Crope. FCONN& CONN .sir LANCAS1ER4KY. So He Can't Be Happy. Jtlil Tiinklmi ,i tnnn can ho Imp-- ! py If ho Inn all ,o monoy ho wnnta, only thi ro Im't m j iuh thliiK. Wiuli-- ' Inctnti Star. lt crw u' lf hi-o- tl' purio tn )i-u- - rrnr iit ln) or ln ro tho Mill l xior nml In nootl crop umjr of nrcuiili' inattor, a pn-oofton ho worth morn If lumnl tinilor. It N kiiunti that tho turiilnc umlnr of n k'tii ii iniiimro crop may offoct tho )li-l- i of mihoiipiotit crop oven tn tho tlilnl jinr ninl lhl fart should htiw wolsht ulioii tho iuoHtlon "f M'lllnE a li'Kiniio hay crop or turnlni; It uailor l oni'liloroil. A Knowledge Potieiied by Few. Tlicro 'otn. In ho im part nf knuwl-filcIn fewer lm! than that of ill online when in hao ilntio. Swift. Meon'a Gigantic Shadow. Tho shailou' of tin- - moon, hlcli falls on tho lurtli ihir-n-an ocllpM' of the In Min. N iixmlly hIhiiii .Mi nilli.' - Garrard National Farm Loan Ussn Federal Farm Loans: RATE OF INTEREST 5h PER o eroon-iniinur- CENT. For information see SWINEBROAD, G. rli-a- irn-o- iIo-i- o pro-iliii- o Erooii-muiiur- tinnl i mr-ti- e-- miiiii-lili-- lifli'tl tu Farm Practice, In mhiio form Miouht lo part of tho roi'titar fa nn practlco on imt of tho farm rurt of tho hiiuilroilth morlillan nml on Irrlcntoil In rut clM'Mhoro. Itutathitm rhuulil I"' n to worU In a crrrri armncoil rop rosular crop mauiiro illn-c- t money or ulthnut foiil crop. I'rcfi'rcnro khouhl ho irlvon to n locuino If polhlo. Tho aliio of tiMM iTopi l ilolormlmil h) un tit ' foniHil. tho of Iiiiiiiiih miniirii hy tho tMinaco of iho crop, tho 'liMral i lmniri'i hroui:ht uhout In tho will, nml tho ipmntlty of iittrnjroii tukoii f nun tho air unit mhhil to th Mill. Thoro uro prohnhly other fuctni that nro - wl hut tittle unilorMixHt, It ! Mihl lh.it croon uinnuro In i lni ko ciTtnln iIIm-unml Inv priivin tho unnllty of tho fruit. Order of Importance. Tin- - locumluout crop uriiuii In tliU country IMitl In tho hullotln In onl. r of liiiportuuco nro: Itnl clntor. alfal fa. nNlko clmor. auoot I'lmiT, co-.oniiut. mi- Inmli. oli-- t Regular (irii'ii mauiirliit; iiillliioiMiri Ground tcr Sutpicion. Vln-:n nr.iiniol wnman nt thirty .n(oM' hor aso o holn tn mi poet that ho l oiiimjoi! to mi nlloI Not to Cc Dono Llgrtly. It rnny h" mHii' for a tnnn to love two tviituvn ul tho mno tlnii', but It rorlalnlj lan't romlurlre to placidity. nnl It ln't llkcl) oven to ho iufe. Manufacturing Jewell. In Iho fiitiurlit of I'nrli rnhlo. unil othor pr- liiK Kloni nro ilny. mailo oi-rTho factory will mako tmj ii nihy wo shins .units or half an oiimt nolrihiMil for $X Tlo-M- ' iono nro nuil fyr tho Jiwr. ."nav Micar Fcr ths Umbrella, :i Mink -- Ilk nmhri'lln with troi c lea. Tho ton will ' r of iho Ho fahrlc ami the ! nil' Mlffon tho fahrlr. 1 hij.m iiuu.u .won .u n i, .111111 iuni; i'i r pun u tinnoj sut joj .iil u pun npiitiii,') jo jo Mini im.iiuou .m iiu.i.M a- pojd ujjrv. nan jinf HIS J.no-- i 'l oi (Kio'oi: tnoijv MWnoj a,qye3 mx of WHlolll- - lh-ui- iul 11 Defying March of the Year. Coat's M.Ik far Infants. . Mr. J. nmo men an In tholr prlmo at over hi ronnl limn-- I c of tho I'jirU lliilh iln Moillnil. mya ovonty, mhiio nro in iho ilrali ilnyii of j tlo-l-i lilt! hi ilii'llno it ou llio. oiorlonif him i rmliio tho iiHllin of .!! 1) u proi oil risit whon milk l out fiwl' milk In ii tufor mno Of tho ihroiiiiuiotor nml a mli inlir men ilcfy tho jinr ilh tho wiimliT ami hotti-- mihtitiito for It than row-'-t Hut ho thnt tho coat of tholr Ihuii: ami will not urou- - oh) h1IIU0 till') kl'l-- tin ii tlnilllMI- - OMT ilnllk. ho mi tho prvu. s ami tho milk raw Tho hh i u ilniw the rvul tictho nml In tu::o iniii t ic Oili-up- i tliliiCK of life I milk froih for oai-Xiuorii'iiii. Caiuoi-uxM-twi-ntoxti-uli1 Ihi-h-llli-ll- lill lnlt t r ki-.- - iiii-ni- uull to, i clii -- .ll;r, t nl -- ii u'r m rMaaTs. ocellent Stand of irltiion loor, tlohl poai. An . Regular Daily Run Leave Lancaster 7:10 A. M., LeiiiKton, .")::t0. 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 returninj,' leave (1 REO PHONE BUS LINES COMPANY 758-- Y Ul J Sill Farm r E. R. WEBB, Alfalfa. Necessity lid Niitiilly ili inothor of llinio Iho iiianilou. pu .i' homiM-oinln- s (Incorporateil) LEXINGTON, KY. Mnnncer. i hiit-ttvl- otcli. Japuu ilnir, hnr rim or. nml whllo clorr. , fow olhor. such iih li'innirwiiil. sm" pon. fonucris-l:- nml horw Im'iiiii uro crown to u "mall extent In ro- Invention. of tlctlon ' I'nlillc a from lato hulih.oii. ... , IMIHtTr Public Opinion. opinion mows nallom. It , fi,.n thnt many people nioVM tn flnil It. MlHtnl hH'nlllloo. un-fu- 13 Acre I LIVE STOCK and FARM IMPLEMENTS ( l crop that nro miioliliTiil us croon innmirrn nro i;riiM'i-- , hiickxrhout, l wooil. ami miiiio pliiutH of tho family that uro iim-i- moro In lluroix' thiiti In this Tho hulh'tln routnliiH moro than 10 paeon of nliiahlo liifnniiatlon on thono plntitH nml tho wuy of haiullliis thoui; inin-tiinI WILL ON xaluo In liirroiiHln: roturni. A iupy tuny ho ohtnlni'il froo hy nihlri'Miliik rno uopartmriit or Acrlcuituri'. Wanti ng! on, Imi lnhli-- i of roxiiltN that luiw tholr l. t'. Saturday, Oct 14, 1922 1 ERADICATION On OF ALL WEEDS AT TEN O'CLOCK There In nuthlnu which has u craver at re farm Ideated tlit ei oirer for a!e to the highest bidder a leiiaco to iiifrlciiltiiro than our notion Uuena Vi.sta and lluiKin pike, miles North of Uryaiit-sville- , ng wcvtU. It Im ull richt tn think This farm in in the nuena of serious iimrkillnc priihlcma ami and one mile from Uiiena Vista. economic nuhjivtk. hut tho folutlwi of Vista Consolidated School district with free transportation runIheko la not u hit Iihto llnortttllt thnu ning past the house. the prompt cruillcullon of L'unnihi A Field cf Soy Deans, a Cood Home, ItiNth', qunck mnl Tho improvements consist of a six room house, three acre drown Feed, Rich in Protein and wettU, Town, k'nimi a nil other nmlmn rlty lllui;o mut and all necessary outbuildings. Well; Cacellent for Dairy Cow. tobacco and stock barn Icml mutual HtreiiKth tn tho warfuro on t relateil lek'umeii. Alfalfa, weiU. It la o community prohlcui, a rut ihiM-lwatered and under new fence. pvraouiil Naur. nml aweet clover iukIiiIi-Also at the same time ami place will sell ONE SIX YEAR1 nro priHlureil hy tho vaiui' atraln; OLD MAKE MULE, ONE PAIR OF SEVEN YEAR OLD; illfforetit strain ImK'nhilea tiuiNt of tho ROBBING SOIL OF FERTILITY aa well nn MARES, TWO FARM WAGONS, TWO SETS WAGON HAR- -' etcho4. III iltinlher tho tlohl nml irarih'ii UplKirelil-ul ktrultl CART. ly iikciI In comiiinii hy rel, whlto, ul- Of Utmost Importance That Land Be NESS, BUCKBOARD, LONG SHAFT FRAZIER ROAD Kept Fertile With Manure ntko, nml rriuiMin clnvern. ALSO A LOT OF FARMING IMPLEMENTS OF ALL KINDS. and Phosphorus. The iilohlhiil iH ton nrUcrt, whether it day of sale. crop hiiiiM ho turmil umler for irreen Terms made known on If foriniTN roiitlnuo In roh tho soil hiir-eloi11 1 of Most 6erlous Agricultural Problems Is Prompt Destruction of Noxious Plants. Hardly Complimentary. you mi iihu-I- i for nnr Mine. Hi) miiI the wutmin when tho lUushler of Iho lomo whore kho nux 1 Otitis hull Hlli'heM sol. djiyn "It took aw liai-- o Hit Umbrellas. I U0 If )ou wouhl linprnxo tho appear, on my fulherV farm, ami whllo In hour unco of n habhy allk uiiihrella iioiico It'll.-.- ' in tiuir iitre I It with ii Mroii;; Milulloti of nwveti'lii'J tho ohl calo criwkliHi In Iho wlnik tea. The lea relvo tho whir. Admitted. A UMjtailno with tho uplift fevrr Seeker After Knowledge. wrfi-UlWe U any man aroiiml aks: hail uvor .Martini Hut tiiKtly of Wo iHltalo. hon-oi- . hut know all nhout antouio-hll- o hltixh. woman tuoro lwHirlamv tkan our fpliituul Tho hiittorHmlrss i!mo a liorM' unil mio ilay Martha, roiufort lit the iluti wo uwc k the pul-ll- i the Tlii refori iil.Mnn h.u lifter looUin: .it tin' liorw' with oe iifon-Mi- l'l In keep I'eiil mi- Ihiw- to the ini to th full ut mrh. ami nilinlt It. whetoilii i'. i.i im, of iiUl .ill' I' i woiiimi. ' l Wo lire lti liminiil I .,i IHvpalcli. joii oil your M er Usefulness First Requisite. tn in. wliat-oiWlialotor Iiiim lint III K wltl 'Hlt lnhml, I not in iiiiiiitiil ; it M ilt'formlty unil enctimhrauce. I!ulln. Thank tT k I"" . i - . SAVE MONEY WHEN YOUNG ENJOY IT4IN AFTER LIFE;n:Cr Youni: men who wouU enter the decline of life in comfortable circumstance shouM begin to wve now. The approved modern mcthoj of tuvitii; is a savmirs account In the home bank. This bank Invites young men ami younc women to join ,lta fumily of savings depositors. One dollar opens a saving account, and any sum may bo deposited thereafter. I , I 1 -' THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. S. C. DENNY, C ALONZ0 SHLiftRROW RYANTSVILLE, KY. tni-n- A. T. Scott, Auctioneer. I manure, foil on Iho farm, or Mihl iik of Ita natural ft ore of fertility, what um iqi tho urpi hay. 'Ilio author l c tho next E nerathm of hamuli t hh follow a: Whrro n forneo crop roIiik to do for fooilT Our tn'st ho cruteil or inlvantuccnunly foil soils run protttico profitably only SO ran ml Iho manure rrturiinl tn Iho laml. j to W years unle they nn- - kept fertile Ihla will h fiMiiol most pnifltuhlo. with manure, rlnvim. ami finally ptioav ' Wtierr llmuQIrlonl live stork la kept phorus. he-In- shier. Cap) Ul $50ooo. Surplus i50,ooo. Honor Roll Dank Th Cftntml Ifocord, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday , Oct 12 1922. for a 'weeks stay at Paint Lick Mrs. Bleknell, of Heres, U with her brother, Rev. C. A. VanWInkle ami Mr. VanWInkle, for a few days. Mr. and .Mr. (J. C. Rurge, of (Soarges Creek, are visiting thrlr son, .Mr. V, M. iturgr and Mr. Ilurge. Ilev W. A. Ramsey and Mr. J.N. Denny motored to Richmond Monday afternoon to attend the Presbyterla. Mr. and Mr. Ansel Park, nf Rich- I mond nttendeil the burial of her father, Mr. Wm. Hurt, Sr., Monday. Mr. It. L. Duncan, who ha been nt the Ilerea hospital for a couple of week was able to return home Saturday. Rev Cunningham preached at Mt. Tabor lnt Sunday morning and He will preach again next Sunday, Mr. Charlie ilowman, of Poxtown, hu returned to her home after wver-n- l day viit with friend and relaeve-nin- e. I Heater WANJED t AGENTS FOR ONE OF THE CHEAPEST AND THE BEST TOILET AR. TICLES IN THE WORLD. CAN SELL FOR TWICE THE MONEY FASTER THAN YOU CAN ORDER AND DELIVER. SHELBY-VILL- ClittHM Cthiww RATES' Siiicl Insertions lc s urd uken for lest than 20c in (hit column. No ads in this column charged Seven Insertions for the price of five I'hono orders must lr paid promptly No ad a i All persons Kavlng claims agslnst of II. M. Wheeler, wilt' t same duly prnven at once to the umlersicned or hls'stlarney, Rob. Inicn Si KautTman. M. U. WIIF.K1.FR. Agrat for Heir of II. H. Wheeler. the pn-scn- rute (IO-.V2- t. s g A E, Dissolution Notice d, MONEY MAKER. (KMlMit-pd.- ) KY., SOX 2S1. Notice is hereby given that the Ijinranter Warehnute (Jo., incorpor-ateit Iwing dissolved In necordtnee giIrtt with the law. Any claims this company should be presented to Vlctrola the undersigned at once. FOR SALKt-Sllvert- onc, W. F. CHAMP. Secretary and Record. Good as new. ) (O.'Jrt at. pd.) Jew Walker. tive. v,--a Hurchell. Mr. t .:!.. l.llllllt Hllll .111. and Mr. Jno. Stewart ami little son H Jl a ere guest of Mr. and Mr. A. 0. fuel Let us also show you a new labor-savinHotner at Itaveuna. Sunday. saving RANGE that will make cooking n delight. j Rev. Young wa at l.exngton last Come in today. jgJj Wednesday, attending a church conference. Mr. Young and .Mr. Vir- y t Kinia Heazley accompanied him ns far i NichoIavlle, where they spent the ia PQHBll ''ay v's'tinK ohl friend. We are meeting the demand for white llour with our Glen Lily by Sunday of Mr. and Mr. It. G. u,lm. Electricity for curing or aging PAINT LICK Never despise the perspiring boy Wood. the llour. We are not using any He can .Mr. (5. C. Cox wn jr. Paint Lick Miss Cynthia I'ruitt. of Rerea Col- - Clnrine or poison gnsses. neither are behind the ode fountain. Monday afternoon. with her j we using J'hoiphates, u substance, give you an extra allowance of cream lege, spent the wick-engenerally uihhI to force a dead lifelc if he to desire. Mr. It. J. Walker ha been visiting parent!. w ' ""y a Mrs. Smith at Fnyettsville. Tenn. " - "our attendMis Cynthln I'ruitt, wh Beware Mr. Geo. Trendway was here Mon- In., ...hnnl nt tUrrt.l snnnt. thn Uek- - Mc "f tht' 'w I'roceS. O0.I2.2L) Garrard .Milling Co. day for the funeral of Mr. Wm. Hurt. rDl, nt home. We positively will not permit fox tBt' ,wl " Sr. went to llar- Mi.e Kllxnbrth Herssley and llel-- i :Jto.'ro,,'ll)UrK la,t Kri'iB and deflate.! nunting or h'lnting of any character MiM Jennie Parks, of Richmond, e Rovle were truest Sunnav of ndbunr High School i an iy or trepaising beon our farm. Any a recent guet of .Mis Lucy Fran- - Frances Kuhlman. prosecuted. w'" was 7 (bi 'l"'"'0 CM. Mrs. G. M. Trendway was in Taint J S- - Schoo,pr. Kl,Kar ''nf w- - A- li. A numhtr nf fun wnIt alonu- - to I Mr. and Mr. Clevc Anderson were Lick Monday, the jrue: of Mr. and I null for the team Af..r ,h.. Mme )Vrie''- - Jo,, Cricilli. T. J. l'rice, guest. Sunday of Mr. nmj Mr. Ollie Mr. Tho. I.OK.lon. , - F.lkin, H. M. Lear, R. l Marker . .nx,n..r .nr..,..i h.. lam! w. Hoian. R. F. Parson, MaTinda Lnngiworth. Mr. Amanda Evan, fortnerl t.f 'i l.gfltfu. ft 111 tunc every-.1 P lliarnl, Asking and Mokerlcy, Mr J. S. Rurrough was the guest Lancaster, returned with Mrs Younj one tacked with rest J. J Sebastian. W. A. Moberley, Foret Calico, Davis Sutton and 11 uk''" Ilri.. M. II. Tamer and It. 13 .. One of our handsome, new HEATERS will or nament your houie and save fuel. Come in and buy one today, and you will toon save enough, at the present price of fuel, to pay for P B p Ml, t : Mer. Robert Heter and OtI Goorh, Mr. anil Mr. Zack lleter. Sr., were guest Sunday of Mr. anil Mr. U. II. Peyton. Mi Ma Ilrumficld, of Nicholas ville ha returned home after pcnd-Int- r a few day with her cou.in, Mi Kmma Hurchell. Mr. and Mr. ., 42 ru. i,U9. I 1 ....I Ullll J. D. e, 9 9 x ur Rons d . Thote having claims again the Romans, lwinrater, Ky. estate of the late George W. Palmer, BLOOMING SHRUBS FOR SALF.i -- Large oak sideboard. will present Mitif to me, properly SMALL FRUITS according to law. Thotn proven Apply to Mr. K. I. Ilrown. GRAPE VINES knowing themselves indebted to said (lO..V5t.) estate please settle with me at once EVERGREENS FOR SALF.i 26 young Single Kmma Higginbothnm, PERENNIALS Comb Rhode Maud Red rooster. Administratrix Theo. Currey. In fact, everything for Orchard, Iwwn and Garden. Our illustrated rataloi; for On good a new, FOR SALK: thi year i the nmt complete nur.-er- y Hand Vacuum Floor Cleaner; two book ever uued in 'the South. Swinging, Coal Oil 1923 Lams; three It is free for the aMnir Light Fixtuie. For InforElectric 122 acres, Farm contain three (tf.) mile from Lancaster, on the Ruck-eymation cull at Record MTice. II. F. HILt.ENMF.YER A SONS, piVe. well adapted to stock ra.s Rlur Grait Nur.ri-.- . FOR SALE Good Heating Stove. ing. Dwelling house of nine rooms, Krnluckjr. Lrxinfton, MclCoberts Drug Store. porches. GoihI concrete (tO.l'J-ht.-pd.- ) Subscription taken for all maga- with three cellar, all outbuilding ncccvry, one zines, Periodical. big trk burn, one three-acr- e tobacco The early bird catche the worm, Mr. J . Iloyston. bars. Twenty Bcre for mall gram, and i often bairc'd by the hunter. My FOR SALK: home tin Dan thrre aero far tobacco, rest in grass The approaching blat f winter ville avenue. Six room and nil con For further information rail Mrs, have no terror for those who do nol venlencet, targe garden, lets of fruit. Carrie Davidson, Phone 25t. I (l0-2dwell upon their advent. R. C. Schooler, t Address PLANT THIS FALL FRUIT AND SHADE TREES age or A middle white lady. Good home, all W. J. Apply ti convenience WANTKD: Notice Farm Rent For Year - .) ( 1 1.) Unaster. Ky. FORSALK:--- I3 Spotted Poland China gilts, akx) one mW and one Shorthorn heifer ealf. Hampton Stters, MHirelln. (I().2-3- t i Ky Hunters STRAIGHT SAI RV r week and expense U i win r mminn with rig to intrmluee Kurvka Kgg Producer Kureka Mfg. C . at ( It p it St. Ill F-- If you need money on your farm, Janu-ur- y 1st, put in ap- plication NOW Itu. Interest 5 i ' 1- -2 l STRAYHD To my place about Oct. 1st., a aSMtl wirrel osttre. Own er ran hare Mur ky proving mare Sue Shslby Mason iw.' ( 1 Ag. 1 aad paying charges ItMae oar mil (rum llackeye. Ky. t n 1 187-1- . . art H.mse I.ANCASTKIt, KY. btretor tf F7 1 T-TTFT- a T T d Lot me cltKiH, aad mUmo your ssd keep tbess aew. garment Just (Other nan will be added upon rseoive SO jnc pant SMsUurn an I (tf.) Mine tviulsssts. Call an4 let Me sell e mvment nf 25 crnt.) you your fall uad winter suit. (9-w. c nv.. at. pd.) prs COMMISSIONER'S SALE OF LAND .j STATEMENT of the Ownership, Man agement, Circulation llruirrd Ly the Act of SflOW EXPOSITION October 1 7th,1 8th,1 9th,20th Premiums for all farm products, with competition open to all. Given under Auspices of BOYLE COUNTY FARM BUREAU and DANVILLE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE J $1,500,00 and dog show. 6IVEN IN PREMIUMS for farm products, needle work, canned goods, pig, poultry EVERYBODY INVITED EVERYBODY WANTED ' EVERYBODY EXPECTED 1 Address all Inquiries to J. T. WARE, Chairman. at tSH August Term. lOi'i, thu Heating will sell at CommsMinaer Stoves, J2.00 to S1.00. Stove pipe, nubile attrtion to the hiulie-- l ami best Kortf.ac, $1.50; coal hyils.i bidder at the Court Home door m Of the Central Record, published 12cta. Ky.. for October 40ct.; rlre stalest Set, and other Lancaster, Ky., at II o'clock, A. . at weei. or thereabout, on thing Just as cheap. 1"2." J. R. .Mount & Company. .MONDAY. OCTOIlKIt U3rd . 1022. State of Kentucky, the real estate inentioneil in the County of Oarrnrd LOST : -- Lndic Peacock Ilutterlly pleading and described us follows; Tract N'o. 1 : Lying in Garrard liefore me, a Notary Public in nnd cape Haarf, blue with camel stripe and ileginning at n for the state and county aforesaid, black figures, between lletti' store County, Kentucky, personally appeared It. I. F.lkin, who, and Kpn Lwivell on Dantllle pike th,,nc,. Wltll hcr llowcr ,ltu. 2S,. having been duly sworn according to Satunlay afternoon. Reward if IeftiV. 'J pule to a stone at mouth i the nt Record olTlce or John K. .Miildleton. of old lane: h. 23 , law, deposes anil say that he :io poles to a sugar tree stump on n hillsule now Publisher of the Central Record, nnd (It.- - pd.) !gone: thence N. ftOU, K. '.'Mi pole that the following is, to the best of Held, tree Ue are ,...iin.. the demand r.,r'to a sugar:,5( stump in corner MaU ,,, and belief, a true ,a his knowledge lhrnci, s of the ownership, man white Hour with our (,lon Lily byin,.nr wnut .tumn. N. 744. K 118 statement ngement (and if n daily paper the using Kleetrteity for. curing or aging' poles to two dogwoods, corner to old circulation), etc., of the nforeaid the llour. We are not using any hlrkemlall tract; thence with the line pole of the same N. 24. W. 2 publication for the date shown in the Clorliie or poison gasses, neither are to a stake 10 feet from two walnut above caption, required by the Act we ulng Phosphates, u substance. bushes, 111 poles to the beginning, to force a dead lifeless containing '.'0 ncres. of August lilth.. l'Jl'.', embodied in generally This tract will be sold first, and section 1411, Postal Laws anil Regu- Hour to rise. We ask you tit try a the Commissioner will then sell the lations, printed on the reverse of sack of the new prore. following tract; , (10.12-21.- ) Garrard Milling Co. this form, to wit. t Tract No. 2; In Garrard County. 1. That the names and addresses Ky., on the water of Harmon Lick and bounded a follow: Ileginning of the publisher, editor, mnnoKing Shoes! Shoes! at a dogwood, corner to Wm. Poyntrr editor, nnd business managers ure: Slightly worn for women ami chil I), aid thence Publisher, R .L. Klkin, Lancaster, dren and girls school shoe at the old and h.S. 7:1,look; 7ll pole with stake W, Cook, to a Kentucky. Ilrutnmett stund, near the Garrard near a large white oak stump, a young hickory marked us pointer; thenro up Kditor, J. K. Robinson, Lancaster, Tobacco Warehouse. the point of a knob, S. 2 I, K. 14 poles Kentucky. "The Home of Muny Shoe." to a chestnut oak mirkcd; thence S. Mar.ging Kditor, It. - Klkin, A. J. Thompson, Propt. S2, K. 10 H poles to young black Kentucky. oak murked; thence N. 7.', K. til) pole 7t. pdj I Klkin, to two hickories marked on the top Business Manager, R. of ledge; thenctf N. lHi, W. 20 pole j Kentucky. Loans to the beginning, containing 10 acres . That the owners are: (Olive .'I rods. .Mnde by Louisville Joint Stock andI he purpose of suld sale is to pay names and addresses of Individual ou tiers, or, if a corporation, give its Land Rank, organized and operating, the debts niraluat the estate of K and the names anil addresses under the provisions of the Federal I Cook, deceased, ami to diride the re-from siilue of said proceed among the parinuine owning or holding 1 harm Loan Act. In amount ties, Joint owners, nt their interest 2,fi00.00 to SUK.OOO.OO On or more of the total amount may appear. farm lands. Interest rate, of stock.) TERMS. 0 per cent. Terms .HI years. Pay. J. K. Robinson, Lancaster, Ky. j The sale will be made on a credit No of six and twelve months, and the 3. That the known bondholders, mentis 'on amortisation plan. ! purchaser will bo required to execute mortgage, and other security hold-- commission to pay. bonds with ror full information address or the purchase approved security, for owning or holding 1 per cent or er price, payable to W. II. & Hays. Atty's. call on Tomllnsoii more, of total amount df bonds, Urown. Master Comnsissioner, due 7t.) In six and twelve months respectivemortgagees, or other securities are: ly, with interest at six per cent per (If there are none, so state.) It may be true that this country annum from date until paid, havlnc None. nerds a spiritual awakening, but it's the force and effect of a Judfment R. L. Klkin. upon execution a certainty thut most of us are nound a lien whichbe retained may issue, rnd will upon the land Sworn to and subscribed before sleepers. until the purchase money is paid. me this Uth. day of October, I I.' W. II. Brawn, Master Commit-sionO. Davidson. Notary Public, LancasDon't object to the sarcastic re of Garrard Circuit Court, ter, Kentucky. My commission ex- marks your wife makes to you. That - L. Walker, Att'y. for riffs. only brings out more. pires Jan. 8th., 1924. Capt. Am Bournr, Auct. crrti of August 24, 1912. Cook .Stove, Con. Mtrayed: To my ytace shhU Sept 17th., yearling heifer, weight about r,r. ';! t IRC Mi I "CRT lw puitaoa. Owner can have same M.Qu.rr . ...ir. i. a!. P1T- by i roving preatirty and naying nil W. II. Saddler. clxirgi. Defendant et nl. Iiea (! 'JHIt-pd- .) Paint Uek, Ky. Pursuant In a judgment rendered Ijur.. lift Us Jb.V M-- . ht . ' I- Ijui-caste- r, 11 (0-2- Farm j 1 (9-2- 8 sr I-