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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): October 19, 1922 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1922 cen1922101901_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 19, 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. LANCASTER. KY., THURSDAY AFTERNOON. OCTOBER 19. 1922. NINTH DISTRICT I mratM N. DIPHTHERIA In EsMemlc BOND ISSUE FARMERS' BUREAU GREAT ARMISTICE EIGHTH DISTRICT District, Kentucky Federation of Post Comman- Women' Clubs, will be held In DanHmMiImm PrnUwHi 'Bssrsl der of the lleidel Sanford Post No. ville, Saturday, October 21L, wiUi HC, called an executive meeting of Mr. J. E. Stormes of this city prediphtheria OwM to the existence of the executive committee of the local siding aa district governor. Board rMCi.ut the stat the Wat A luncheon will be served at the post last night to determine what ef Health ha Issue I a proclamation steps to take in order that they may Community House, with the Woman' '.Mention to thin threacheroua -- vm have a celebration in Lancaster on Club of Danville ns host.. . .klrh should be a wamlncu uf The following program will be iriv- NOVKMHKH 10th . that will surpass physlclU the parents, teacher and anything yet attempted by the local en and the public is cordially invited m of the county. Legionaires. All of the members of to both the mnrnng and afternoon a.v.r.1 ease of diphtheria have the committee were present except session. Members of the Woman's and the been reported In thla county the representative from the llryants-vill- e Club are especially urged to show which L given in full District and this was considered their interest by attending. 1low, ahouM be beeded "ntl law District Governor, Mr. J. K. one of the best meetings ever held. All effort made to comform to the chairman were present and gave a Stormes, of (.aucastcr. Hoard of Health upon of the Stat Vice Governor, Mrs. G. D. Claxoa, report of the work that they hope to thl very Important matter. have ready for the big "Armistice Uiwrenceburg. Th nroclamation reada: Recording Secretary, Mrs. W. LoDay" and from nil reports it will be "Actinic under the responsibility gan Wood, Danville. a real gala day in Lancaster. and authority Imposed upon It by law, Corresponding Secretary, Mr- s- H. Commander Kd wards announced the mate Board of Health of Ken. after the meeting that things would S. Hudson, (.ancniter. tucky hereby ealla the attenton of the Morning Session Nine O'clock be pushed to the limit and he especial f.thera and mothen and school au- Invocation, Dr. J. M. Fuqua. ly stressed the necessity of every -thoritien In the State to the existence Community Singing, Leader, Mrs. Lgionaire assisting and doing what- of diphtheria In epidemic form In evt r teey were called upon to do, Jas. D. Shelby. many sections of the State. Repeated Address of Welcome, Mrs. Geo. R. See the big red bills that the publicwarning thnt this would occur have Spilmnn. ity committee will have out in a not been heeded. Parents are urge Response, Mrs! C. E. Tate. Stannnd incidentally we wish to call Lick to promptly Isolate all children with your nttention to one of the big things ford. ' sore throat until seen by their family is the Sr. and that GAMK long wished for FOOT Minutes. of Club. Louisville Nine B. S. The opinion affirming the Ju.'gment physicians; teacher ore requested to Reports HF.TWF.F.N THE HALL It. S. Mattingly, Sr., (fi years old, STANFORD III SCHOOL AND THE end home from school all children of the Garrard Circuit Court was Violin Solo, Mrs. E. V. Hoover, ( . good delegation from Lancaster morning at LANCASTER having ore throats, with a note to written by Justive Krrtet Clarke. Make Nicholasville. HI SCHOOL. MK ,,Jtnt hck., tvvn;ui ,aebull died suddenly Monday Address, Mr. H. G. Reynolds, the parent urging that they be imLouisville Col- - his home in Louisville, of acute heart your plans now to visit Lancaster on ,,'nni u' Lf;ak mediately seen by their faintly ph) arK President Kentucky Federation. lnel last Friday afternoon. A crowd attack. Nov. 10th., nnd spend the day. Mr. Mattingly was born n Lebanon slrjan; physicians are requested to Report of Credentials. Committee. four humiresi enjoyed Easy Election of Governor and Correhave on hand an adequate supply of the game, although the result was and had been In the live stock busi Book. Notes sponding Secretary. antitoxin and to administer at 'east t The Clark Count II. en School foot t nn t ,t, liking, riel Tntum ness practically all his life. He Have you a membership card to years 10.000 units to each ease seen Piano Solo, '.Miss Carrie llarber ball eleven journed to thus city Thurs- - pitched fs.r Taint I.ick. while our went to Louisville twenty-fiv- e be e day afternoon just to return to the popular townsman, Antitoxin m ago, and has been associated with the the Woman' Club Library? If not, Lowry, of Nicholasville. as possible Dick curt-- d at reduced wholesale prices land of their native birth defeats-il- l eatiirht behind the bag, Irtit little firm, Goodridge. Mattingly and Smith buy one at once the cost is only one Governor's eport, Mrs. J. E. Stormdollar per year, and will give you es. since that time. from thl Hoard ur from the .lepots by the score of .13 to VI Their first culd be accumpliphed with tne each week your choice of the two He had many warm friends in Vocal Solo, "Sempre Libera" Tra- established in each county in the came in the flrt one min-vi- l esluggers. Our boys were imi-ut- e who will be grieved to learn thousand books on the library shelves. viata, Miss Susie Johnson, HnrTod- State. County Hoards i f Mealth arc of play v.hsn their stunly little y outclassed and the Colonels hit the Have you interested yourself in the burg. requested to arrange for an adequate half back, who played the tame for ball safely whenever they chose to. of his pas.sing. He is survived by his wilow, Mrs. Leln Klkin Mattingly, Children's section of the library? supply of antitoxin for use with the the visitors intcrcepttfl one of CapU Report of Resolutions Committee. The result of the Taint Indigent at the expense of each coun- - Cox' foruard passes and croed the Reports of State, Department game was never in doubt five sons and four daughters. Burial If not call and examine what is on the shelves. You will find the books Chairmnn. line for a marker, they failed to kick from the start. The, visitors gather- tool: place in Lebanon yesterday. Hegin with that all children like. Address, Dr. J. C. Acheron. Parents wth children are urged .to the goal. The next marker was ed three runs in the first inning and the "Ilarrard Haby Clnse" and go Tobacco Report of Courtesy Committee. with their family physician.; gvrn (, hp oca, ,,nc came hack in the second with two confer who ,,y down the list enough to entertain Invitation for lU'JI! District Meet anJ have their children tested, and. plunges and end runs carried the pig- more They ended their scoring in I. II. Thurman. of Spring Judge ing. If necessary. Immunised against diph-- ( skin over the line and Cox kicked the fifth when they counted four field, Ky., will address the tobacco all the boys and girls in town. Are you reading nnd understandAdjournment. teria so a to avoid this danger.; the goal They immediately turned times. The score. growers at the Court House in If so you are ing modern tlction? 3 'J 0 0 4 0 0 0 0 -- 9 caster, Ky., on Monday, Oct. 2:tril There w ere (552 children who died In anil scored another one and kicked Louisville Liter-aturIc.n mug the new American 1P21 with thl dlaease. Thee death the goal, while the Clark County HI Paint Lick 0 0 0 1 0- -2 000 at one o'clock P. M. The following books are reDchtfrry and Schmtdst; were wholly unaeccssary and ought lads got away on a nice forward llatteries: Judge Thurman Is Circuit Judge of presentative of present day writing, not to have occurred and would not and made their second and last touch- Tatum and lackey. hi district and a director of the Hur und with others as good, are on the If proper attention had been paid to down during the contest and again Unless the people of Kentucky ley Tobacco Growers' L. H. Association. He is a forceful speak- library shelves: "My Autonio," by awaken immediately to the danger in the case. The law requires that no they failed to kick the goal, the half New Willa Cather is one of the greatest child be released from quarantine un- ending Just at this time. er, ami we urge all tobacco growers American novels rend this if you diphtheria, the death rate from thi Ball S. til Its throat has been found free sevlocal lads have witncsss-diieaie will increase enormously this The to hear him, members as well as non- read no other on this list. from germ by a recoicnixed labora- eral touch contests during their five fall and winter, Dr. A. T. McCor Mr. George lleber, a former foot member of the Association. "Three lllack Penny's, by Herges-heimtory. Most of these deaths were due straight victories this mack, state health officer, declared in and the bail star from the University of Ken Our member are especially invited i.s full of radiant color and to violation of this law and the courts many hundred spectator an address delivered at Louisville. have seen tucky at Lexington, arrived in Lan to come and hear him and hear the of the State are requested to enforce some real thrills pulled during their caster Monday afternoon and ha truth about your association, a he romance nnd gives in full measure The number of cases in the atate at the law of inheritance, be it either It. many vistories, however, it i afe to taken full charge of the local green can answer all question truthfully good the present time, he added, already or evil. I Given under our hand and the say that never before have the spec- and white foot ball warriors. in excess of that at the same time concerning it. Of course you have read "Main ca of th Board at Louisville this tators or the team witnessed a game Inst year. local eleven led this year by invited to come are The seriStreet," and if you have read it 13th. day of October. l'J22." "There are now, as in the past," that was filled with more thrill than Captain Cox i considered one of the nnd sign the contract as the closing U 8. McMurtry. President. this one During the lasth atf Cap- best team In Central Kentucky and date for signing is set for November ously and studiously, then you have Dr. McCormack said, "three reasons gotten the trend of the new moveA. T. McCormack, Secretary. why diphtheria I spreading so alarm tain Cox and his men were nut of the with such a prospective team us this 0th.. and no contract will be accepted ment in story writing. ingly. Doctors are not callod soon class with the Clark County boys. the many admirer tf the green and after that date. "The Pride of Paloma" by Peter enough, and persons with diphtheria Their giol was never threatened and white Jersied men started a petition L. L. Walker Chairman. begins with California in the Kine give it to other before the disease I markers were made at will, either by of all business men who are interest Ktat ThurssUy, October 20th. days of the Spanish Grandees, but Flannery-Croutch- er recognized; isolation is not complete line plunges that looked like end to donate whatever they care too the later generation of 100 per cent enough during illness, und persons of On the above date beginning at runs or passes or whatever the locals in order to secure the service Flan-nerAmericanism Is the gripping part of who The marriage of Miss Pearl have had diphtheria begin going pull. They deliberately Coach lleber for the remainder of the 10 A. M , W T. King. Sr. and Jr.. cared to daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jus. the story the Japanese question is played the boy from Clark county season. The local eleven have play out before it is shown by laboratory as executor of Howard King, will Flannery, of the Huckeye pike, to touched upon. test that they are free of the disease. at auction for the hitch dollar f!12 off their feet during this half. One ed and won five games this scaton, Mr. Joe Croiitcher, the youngest won "Alice Adams" by Tarklngton won acres of land in Carrard county, beautiful play that was pulled was and under the leadership of Coach of Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Croutcher, of the Pulitzer prize for the best story Diphtheria need never be fatal. If doctors are called early enough and Mr. J M. Mcltoberts, who three mile from HryanUville, on the when Captain Cox returned a punt Herbs-ranthis city, took place in this city last of American home life. This property will from the .'10 yard line for a marker. still remains ns athletic Director will Saturday afternoon, Hev. K. H. Hour-la- ud Dixie Highway. "If Winter Comes" by Hutchinion, fering withadministered persons suf the disease in sufficient be aubdivded. It is well improved The interference that his team mates' without a doubt give us a State Com- being the officiating minister. has been the most rend and talked quantities, recovery is certain. And panonshtp Kleveu and most of it is in grass Has 100 gave him was perfect. The bride is beautiful und very about book of the year. We would like to mention all of the is so cheap that it can be acre of rich bottom land. An ideal popular, while the groom is an enThis list of half a dozen is only obtaned by the process. The State tock farm. On the same day they players but owing to the fact that Big Auction ergetic young man nnd is very popu- a mention of the new books in the Hoard of Health will supply it at rewill also ssdl all the personal proper- they all played a wonderful game and library and newer ones are added lar. Of O. M. Morrland Farm duced rates, and there is scarcely a lack of pparc, we cannot ty of Uie late Howard King, consist- from the Their many friends wish them a monthly. county in the state which hasn't an ing of mule, horses, cattle, hogs, In this issue. Do you know- - the rules of the I.I The Kecord hus just linished print long life tilled with happiness and arrangement by which absolutely InThe local lads have now a new ing sheep, farming implements, crops, some sale bllls'for II. (. Fox, the prosperity ns they jounruey through brar? books loaned for two weeks digent persons can obtain it free." household goods, etc. Dinner on the Coach In the person of Mr. (Jeo. Heal F.state Agent cf Danville, who life. the newest one for one week. ground. Kuy term. Head the ad lleber, of State and they have one of will sell on Wednesday, Oct. 25th. Care must be taken of all books, Seriously Burned best coaches to be found in the elewhere in thl issue and be sure the 11122, CO?, acres of the best land Please take a membership card. Back State. We dare predict that they sale. and attend this Mrs. Eil Arnold und daughter were to be found in old Garrard. This will bring to Lancaster the State land lies one mile West of Hryants. seriously burned while visiting ut ;!:;:, !Me,h Championship for which they are ville und is known ns the Jus. H Whom it the home of her parents, Mr. und The Danville district conference Mrs. R. with A. II. Hastin Co.. on Camn- strong contender. F. Agee, near Hyuttsville, Leavell Farm. Mr, Fox, who is mak' is welcoming his olil will meet at Richmond from October lieu street ami May Concern lust Tuesdny. While sitting before ing one of the best real estate men, friends. U. V. No young man lias more :10th. to November 1st. Hishop Madison Hi will have, on the block Cnpt. A. L Off the fire of an open grate, nn explosion This is to certify thnt Adjutant friends thuii Hlllie. nor I there u W. Darlington, of Huntington, W occurred, supposed to have been a to solicit j The I II. S. foot ball team will Gales, who will make things hum John Osborne Is authorized accomodating or efficient clerk Va., will preside. Mr. J. R. Abner more dinnmite cup accidently thrown into funds for the general work of the leave here tomorrow, (Friday) at ten Head his sale on the back page of in Lancaster. and Mr. W. A. Farnau Were elected the tire. While not necessarily fatal this issue. Army in Western Ohio, and o'clock by Iteo Hus line for Salvation Sunday to represent the local church, On Friday, October 27th., at ten with Geo. Spoonamore and Mr. J. C the burns are very painful, and but the State of Kentucky. where Coach lleber will line Signed Herbert Itobcrt. o'clock A. M., on the Crub Orchunj Williams a alternate. The pastor from prompt action on the part of tne strong nil his charges ncainst a Hrigadier. (.Vln rt.,ri.Mntng .Madison HI. thoes present the house would have r i ..! and Lancaster pike, one and one-ha- & will attend the sessions. burned, as lire was thrown all over , TTonucnui n. lies from Crab Orchard, Hughes Division Commander all go with them und add still Let's The service is growing in copy of the endorse- another victory to our long tring. Mr, J. W. I'almer, one of the Kec- - McCarty, the real estate men of Stan interest and ntteudance, and the Sun the room. The niiove i ment of AdJ, Oisborne, who is in ord's strongest and best friends, who ford nre going to sell u nice IMS ucre day School showed tin increase In to go on pike, farm, subdivided, ut auction, for Mr. now soliciting funds for this lives on the Crab Orchard number last Sunday. The Men's great and worthy cause. Mr. Osborne brought to this office Wednesday a G W. Durham. If you are in the Hiblec lass I planning for a real AH City taxes not paid by NovemR. H. Bataon's sweet potato vine with an Irish po- market for u good Investment, be on worth-whil- e will be In our midst for ome time in servce nnd fel ber 1st., will be added a penalty, so rootw, the ground Friday, Oct. 27th. and will cull on every citizen, Come and enjoy every taxpayer i urged to settle low ship this year. Mr. It. II. Hatson, who ha always tato growing from one of the und will deeply uppreclute whatever believed in a liberal use of printer's same may be seen while on display in at once and avoid this additional exthe hour with them. you muy ee nt to give him. He will ink, especially when he Lost offerng the Hecord office windows. The night service now begin at pense. The city needs the money issue you a receipt for your dona- some choce bargains, ha contracted Lost ott lb new DaaviUe Pik last 7:00 o'clock, Epworth League at and It mut be collected. rare opportunity tion. The Salvation Army will al- for quite u lot of space to be used You will have awant at the right MoaJay night one 3Ca3)i J. A. Uratton, City Marshal. If you do not worship elseto get what you ways be found to have u good name "In the next few week's and la otter- - price at the big executor's sale of tire ins a Ford rim. A reward will be where, come and be with u. You (I0.0-3t- ) men for the valuby our Ins in this lsue some rare bargain the late Howard King on THURS- Staid if returned to Glass B. Carrier, will always find .welcome. THURSDAY. OCTOSRR SStk, at able afiiUhf Msssteftsl them durirur should appeal to anyone needing DAY, OCTOBER Mils., at IS A. M. Lancaster, Kjr., or this Mice. Micfar tlw Wstt ttv that It will pay you to attend the big 10 A. M. la the the dark day Stft a4 IS In hi line. Just look over lie sure and be there. A. K. aaytalaat pMiaUy 14mm irsVi "lamed In With some people married life is a auction ule of the late Howard King tion tale of the 612 acre of ImsI and hi advertbament and give him a call all personal property of the late Howr. The best way to avoid a fulsehood long draeni of happiness thut never on THURSDAY. OCTOBER Mlk., aa caavlaaad that ad yatt wU ard King. at It A. M. come. la not tu tell it. Eat waatssi. A. H. Battta A Ca. he ataaisa juat what he aay. SOMC CASES IN GARRAR CELEBRATION Woman's Club to Meet In DanMeet Organized Here Lat Saturday Form Prevalent Voted In Garrard County Can- Christian Kndenvor to With Over One Hundred ville Saturday Here Saturday and not be Used Except for Planned by Local Post of The Throughout State Member.: The annual meeting of the Eighth Sunday American Legion Federal Highway to be one of the Court district meetings ever held in the het state and possibly equally a state convention, will be the convention of the The Court of Appr.iL luit Friday Ninth District Christian Kndeavorer.s, affirmed the drcislnn of the Garrard which will convene In Lancaster, nt Circuit Court, oVclarnu that bond the Christian church next Saturday othrr issues cannot he turned to iiiurniri: and lasting through Sunday than those for which they are voted, evening. in the case brought to Jon the Gar. An Interesting und instructive rard County Fiscal Court from sellha been arranged by the dising bond anil using the proceeds for trict president, Clinton Hastin, of grnoral roil purposes I this ntv. and manv noted speakers The voters of (UrrnM county pass- - from mpr the fUle w, ,,r htfan, ed a bond issue in .March. lt20. of'lJurllI,. ,hl. meeting. It i rare in- $I'.I2.000. for the construction or a . , , .cnrlf, of ,uch federal highway from the Madison men ns appear on the program, among county line nt Paint Lick to run along! U)(,m ,((,inif( Mr villim Klingmun. the Hcnmontl roan to tne city limit of Nashville, who will lead the song of Lancaster and from the city limits services; Hon. Howard K. Taylor, of of l.incnster over the Lexington road Hereu College; Major Noel Gaines, to the lloyle county line at Dix river. of Frankfort; Dr. M. A. Hart, DanThe feleral highway was then aban. ville, ami Hev. Vernon Stauffer, Dean doned and the Fiscal Court sought of the Kentucky College of the Hible, to use the bond to improve the other Lexington roads of the county. To this proce- The urogram in full is printed in lure some of the taxpayers objected ln tu,. ( tm, ,.c(,rd. and the Circuit Court judge granted an injunction to prevent the sellini: of ! L.OSe8 of Appeals Affirms Court Lower What promise pro-gra- m n Paint After an Intensive drive throughout the county, Instlng n week, a Farm Hureau with Ji membership of lOfi wns organized here Saturday afternoon, with (J. IJ. Swinebroad as permanent chairman. A. T. Sanders was elected President; Wm. Marshbanks, first Vice President nnd L. G. Davidson, Treasurer. Mr. Swinebroad, who was ably assisted by a corps of local workers, deserves much credit for launching this important work and in perfecting an organization here. Mr. Geoffrey Morgan, of Louisville, Secretary of State Farm Hureaus, was prewnt at the meeting Saturday and lent valuable assistance in the work of organizing. A number of members of Lincoln, in similar organization lloyle and Madison counties were also present and helped with some very excellent suggestions. A meeting will be held here next Saturday, when several Directors from various part of the county will be appointed. Farmers to a innti are showing pronounced enthusinsm. Dr. J. K. Kdwnrds, few-day- s To Mattingly, , rl r county nign for Lancaster rll l.ouis-touchdo- Lan-aste- r, Lick-Colon- el Speaking e. 1 pa, Diphtheria Spread Alarming d Coach For Team Foot er Bic Executor's Sale iw-- anti-toxi- n anti-toxi- n Sale "Billie" Ball To K,,rr, srJir. - church New. for llich-mon- "Ain't Nature lf mid-wee- k Ijiii-ratt- er few-da- Rare Bargains At Penalty 1 Tire Cfr t!c Th Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday Oct 19, 1922 67 TRAINS NEEDED TO HAUL TOBACCO SOLD BY POOL Hurley MaKiiittitle (if Ulm Deal on Record Kxplained Ily It. E. MOSQUITOES By MYRTA ALICE LITTLE. MrClut No.psptr smJit.it. I 'the reason why Cornelia Jitiglry eseaped to inihiltil's sIsteMn-luw'- i mini's camp at Motqulto Inke In tlx was early spring, iiioitilto-tlme- , 1 A million men have turned to One Eleven it. ln, ir BOARS Bred in Old Kentucky BRED Ituy 11 Heatty Hok-hea- ds Would Hunch Cost been married In Kraclc now und watch tho renults. IVIiniiiry, .Murrh and April. respecDon't take a chance get DIXIE Ktiarantec sNter Lexington, Ky., Oct. 13. Some tively, mid athe three yomiKer with every boar. triple Miiy weildlhg. hud made idea of the magnitude of the deal by Ilxehiiin lirnrd the tow, asked husIS BIG RUGGED FARMERS' BOARS AT Tobacco band, who 'phoned sister, who told which the It. J. Iteynolds FARMERS' PRICES. Company kntse over practically nil mini, and. with the iistirnnre that the holdings of the 1921 crop in the Moiiillo take Cottage in mleipiute-lsenenetl from mosquitoes, 1'nrtiillit hand of the Hurley Tobacco (Irow-er- s Association may be etnhurki-- on her gathered from figure given out by SANDERS BROS. A J. M. AMON, PROP. line naming followed her: "Thie Warehouse Manager Kobert K. Neatpitcher. Three if ttiein. 1Np llltre LANCASTER, KY. ly, of the Lexington district, Wedneslielf kiteheii etiplnnnl. Ilrome day. Itivu lnelideil ten time. Manager Heatty said that it would Tin- - family the stliomer tlio require ?7 freight twins, of 80 cars on the Isliuid u mile aerosn from Ue was IIUENA VISTA Mr. Grundy Florence each, to carry the 5 I.OOO.OOO pounds aunt' enuip bad preentet mint xtltli Ill nu relic the year before. guest Saturday of Mr. Kdith Kaufold, that the tobacco would till I (Delayed s man, of Mercer. standard freight cars, and that, lltiepf till rlisli of lrnlllie. ttie price-letlilnc hail been forgotten, and containing it were hoghend if the Mr. Fleming Hamp. of High Uridge Mr. YVillinm Smith made a buincs Mitiildn't liue aiiytlilng linppeii mini placed end to end they would reach to them for the uorld, so If CortiHI.i trip to Danville Tueday. spent seirrnl days with hi. dnughtrr, for a distance of more than tlfty wimld If imrtletilarly rnreful Mrs. Pearl Heafman. Mr. J. C. William, of Lancaster, milt. Conielhi would. Trolect Ihem with (Iverstreet went t Mr. Kvtiben was hero Monday on business. OlTlcial figures from the departin" life,- - slie ald. "Only tlilns ttmt Klchmond Monday where he wa the ment of agriculture at Washington, Itollior im I tlionulit of liioiiltoe. Mr. II. Ituble and family were guest of his brother. erifti aren't up to siiecltlrn- - guests Sunday of Mrs. Sarah llarkley. received in Lexington Wednesday If Hi " Mr. Harris, of thi (dace, went to show that the burley crop of t i I . not tion aver-agenioe screen- weren't. Winter had Mr. nnd Mrs. Will Jennings spent Jack's Creek, where she will be the counting the association sales, W4rke ImviH- with I hem. Cornelia Sunday with Mrs. Nannie Jennings. guest of her daughter. nine cents a pound more than illM'oterttl that the minute she got tu Mr. and Mrs. James Dunn spent Mrs. Harold Scott, of Ijinrastcr, Is 19 JO, as It brought i'i.tt cents that of mill p. .Mr. and compared with 13.37 a pound, a soiiwthlng in front of visiting her mother, Mrs. Nannie Jen-- i Saturday and Sunday with Itut sight of Mr, (touch, of Stanford. pound for the 1020 crop. that lironie piii her sent a crln elear nings. cents a This wa pniil in spite of the fact urn the girl' fat. ruddy fare. She Mr Virgil Pigg went to Danvttte Miss Hazel llrown and Mm. Ilnmp-- i that the 192 1 crop wa inferior to stopHil tenrlni: her inoae-rnoton Scott spent Sunday with Mis Monday where he will undergs an that of 1920. According to the de- hulr. It wn n txittle of oiinphor. Christine Scott. operation for tonsils and adenoid. for partment report the increase was due from tlitif Immemorial muni Mr Hubert Ford went Mis Sadie Ituble. of K. C W., Cincinwhole m(Ulto tribe. to the movement to market tobacco of the Arineil wllh this Cornell took her- nati last week where he will accept' Danville .'spent the weekend with hrr nee a position there. self early to the room ulte. parents, Mr and Mrs I. II. Kuble According to the report the aver asleep. herself, ie told awnkiti nolhlnt litit a re, in all part age production per her. I given, however, in tho coldest anJ of the burley district, wn rtSS pound of; Ituy the fi'imh day IIm- - battle with roughest weather. l to the acre. the liUIier hull heeoine "It l not necessary that idle stock In a summary of tobacco markets monotonous. ' Ken the euinplior be kept in stall anil fed like stock to llle Up to Its repUtJtli'li made public from 191 to date, 'orn-lla- . almost which i in the harms daily. Free- by reallrlng that for ou' With the harvest season the 15. M. liarker Tobacco Com known to thetiiM-he- . ended in Kentucky, farmers can cut dom of a field whore plenty of exer-cm- ? pany, of Carre-llton- . and distributed niton were fewer had there be had and accessto a reasoneconocan the cost of their horse labor by to the trade, looe leaf sale show a you tojbuy a home you can early, with the eninphor iM.ttle mizing In the feeding and care of able amount of roughage is all that gradual increase in prices from HMfi to hucst-i- l to her heart, prepared to coming winter, is necessary. Thi method of carry-cpay it on work stock during the . up to 1919 and including the latter her tornado-proooif the big items of daily nttcn- accordng to W. S. Anderson, a memyear, when the npex of $32.i5fi was It was iienrlj morntmr. tut still to now Make ber of the animal husbandry staff of inc work stock through the winter, reached. In that year Lexington sold dark, when she woke, aitakt-iiti- l lj feeding, watering and the College of Agriculture and a well tion such ns ,03,101,712 pounds at an average of the one thing that could waken her 2 of known authority on horses. Only a cleaning stalls. A big part of the $43.40. She prepartil to make n bilne when thIi ' i grain feed also is saved by this the tolni: after smnll part of the average number of The market summary covers every hang: smash! from downstairs tame animal will be needed on the ' method of handling the animals. known burley market and the ligure u sound that struck terror to tier "Horse and mules that will not Nits Sic Sltlbjr Mum, Sccly-Tru- i. J. . RifciaMi, PfcsUrBt. farm between now and the time of by year. are as follows: heart. early spring plowing. This form of be needed for heavy road work for Year ilreslng Average She hurrletl Into u pirgootm Lb. Sold have economy i especially important at some months to come should $10. OS gown, snntrhetl her tlashllsht. 1910 if their feet In steady hand, this time in view of the fact that their shoes removed and 21.78 the mmplior 10 V, 2.381.57 the chief consideration of production I are strong enoueh to bear up, they 1918 molnc hulr streuiiutig Crave Question Unsettled. Marktd Craat Railroad's Completion. 32.00 and with hack, tleseendeil to llixestl 329.038,307 I should be allowed to go without shoes ihiwn her f ord? s. (ititi-- i haie neier The l.nt spike Mill rollipletin.' thi and of operation. 32.00 gate. 309,339,021 1919 iiidiun I'iic.l'. mil ,ii.. fur 'he 'h i fun! hIiio hulhlliu-- of "Work stock in the early fall from this time until sprint; work be 1920 13.37 297.493,3 iO stair horror of way, w itriu- V i ember 7. At the foot of the fi'l lies hi head iii n I .isilcd he months will do well with a third to gins. A considerable item of ex 1921 67,000.273 horro- r- hi the dismembered nnmln a half grain ration and acceds to a pense can be saved in this way.' Members of the Hurley Tobacco of that hrotite Iutre pitcher, the lm Italy's Lignite Deposits. Precaution. good pasture field. The grain can be of a i. Association say ilh Iniaet In the Hilly has :m kiiiiwn Growers' of tig Ik-- Meludiler ll Ill eliiililllg ! The president who gets hi. face on llielllher of the gradually lessened until the animals Itrimli-i- l to etinluln 2s.Uti.lt that the average of the entire 1921 preselitnlde-listklnIf. .Make it safe by Hall III tiilitnut Ue are consuming only the roughage of postage stamps need not be worried crop will not be known until the last speii that had sliutihetl sller alul IllC Milne plite ( rubber HI I hi- - lowu Inn of fuel ainltable fur I in I trial re the pasture which may be supplement- over what history will say of him. of the Association holding ha been ehlllll frma Come liltemKit. entl of I be huMfe ToniWlH tled her eje l HI that prt- ed by stoves, straw or rough hays. He will always be remembered as long paid for nnd checked up. The loose "A ImrgUir. Charm In Difficult Undertaking. cloii i!eirtet! itrlier Whert to Store Coal. If a shed can be provided so that ns the stamps hold out. by are JouV Her olee rose to rtuw. rt Prttthh-Hfleaf warehouses are compelled bus hSthk-a "on I, uheii sl'fiil In ilr air: dlttletilt untleeluklliKs which elwrtu ll the work stock can go intJ it to prostate law to report their sales month- - height. " 'mi ou eoiiroet an expiaHn-- I Is hi.n-etHte- tt 4ate. will burn much belter, atid will themselves from severe storm, tect unly by lbte wbw ilsre t Ion of yHir , giving a sworn statement of tomiivb less waste, limit if itHrisl in UI they will do well the entire winter Mnif Swetrhiaie crHiile with lint "I inn tell the truth about It." A bacco sold and price received for it, iHMirly i iilllnliil tt'llur. running at large in a boundary. As mail. 'at as their law applies only to auc- thelie told it. Attorney he wa. Want-is- l headache rnervous Menus of the Nation. cold weather come on anil grass distion markets, it doe not require reIrehilid' French Popular In South America. isIIimI f.- -l U the I" a chance. Openeil bouse oier on appears, some suitable roughage must ports from the burley Soiiifr AiihtI'.i French tu'n I The Hlmlus luii.iisl (N Is Island. Settled hluiMJf for romfort to a straw or provided. Acces be and, except for the month of Kebru-a- r atle illilns twekle. I Mint--- t linller.ilh rind, tililioii of rl.e The iiuiIumhI f.nl .tt lifrtumiy I hay stack or plenty of corn stover The I'reluli ..it- ill.- yuMlit ure Hi iiii- -i Im. nu and. 'tk ast, none 1ms been made to the worms all dug eterjthlin: tine. lint. the will enable the nmma s to go 'hro.igu I Mk l,,t,. Ml,,. iore ure tilled with ii nlirnl XieahU- - iHli-r- hud iiaseil their sereelitnr i department. was the first Tin , rj(i ! ' month of the association' activities 1,,. f,MHj in fair llesh. Some grain s'tou! be i'onielln slaheil slliiimthelhiilly. slid Fniich writer of prt.c or ere bothi f m. I!l.-,- . f .Mill 11. the or i:liml. it '.Hill it ll' I h IS III. I111I1 lr.iiilHtl j In at dim II oil the eolich. und the tobacco sold by it during the The man hud trletl itnls lire. No ! month averaged $29 a hundred effii'l. lUd llllllll) goiie out III hi pounds, according to the report of boot, suddenly bethowght lilui.etf of Commissioner of Agriculture W. C. Cornelia' it aunt Hnnna, who strongly commended the tace oer on the malnlaiHl and of the organisation anil said then that it was generous bottle of eillHphor on thf likely the grower in tho. association top shelf of the kltrhell I'llphiMird lie ii.i f..t In the kltrhell door- - nlid w.kiIiI receive more for their tobacco he did. Camphor l.i.lth not In pluio thn the farmer who chose to sell ii.. iiiiil luiiiit the nrlivli-s- broiire IN outside the pool. pitcher, thinking the hotlle might he j . I. ..I. I I. tlit...rl.. fit', si I. imi'i "'i'i Helium iiall tltat. hut one ofthoe hlninnl iiioh qiill.M.. had lit on his hand, and he'd J ft tsjEyS-TgrrZ- r i b E' battled It. nnd the pitcher had fallen out of hi hand und left the liHlidleThiil ivmeiitiil handle!" groutietl Cornelia. "If U hudn't hteii for the I run k clown or-you fit " IIOMllltl t hin. A'e all the t.TH "If It hadn't been for your wo tuul-- no mew, no t.i qulto, you wouldn't he here talking to ambition, no "pi ;"? me," the attorliey iiiiiii retorted. "Vou t ta'.c dude's Now is the time ver wakes you.' say Hint nothing el 1 w ill brace y m up, If it hadn't been for your i'iiomiiiIIo a delightful luling of Ke ytU build your and ambition, oier on the Island, you wouldn't be firm.Kihd ik th. and kruitf the Istallliy here now. after the camphor bottle. color Lack I j "ur bkm. Here, take some, hut It won't do any The "iifst vkk" loft !u thi' iii'h'h inHt Ls an exLiquid Your druccta Iim liutie' that pniloiw bronze good. Itut. WE HAVE A FEW or wild, as you prefer. ample of the llr.st hank ileposit yon iiinkc. The hen's pllt her -- nothing will eei replace It. and I promised" habit U to accuititilate a iiohI full of tKirs ami then Alt grinned the 111:111. "Itubblsh!" -the upon them until they hatch. TnkiiiK the okl'J away Mother gave those pitcher to lady Hint own this cottage. loetil as raiitlly as she lays them interferes with her plan pepto-ManSa- n runt snap about 'em. (lot one more of procedure, ami she will steal away ami lay her worm In oer on the Island. Hot my dump Vm Blood Enricher Tonic I'll go rlglit out. U now. ckks where they cannot he found. we out at on jj out nnd they'll neier know the diffworm or owners." erence-The lirst deposit you make in this hank should 11 you need .Most people are considered Intel "If loo gM In bo true," sighed never he diminished. Like the lieu, you should ligent until they begin to tell others Cornelhi. I know strive to add to that first deposit until you have now a "My naine'K Till riunder. what they know. enough to accomplish some ureal purpose, ami havyou. Seen you tit Hint weddings ..III. In Intt four lliolllll." Of course, children may not know ing accomplished that, you heuin iiKaiu. So tho pitcher having 1111 nlibl und quite as much a their parents do, lug recovered ner snse Cornelia hut but they know it better, perhaps. ...I T...1 i,i.im; tint sou of the aunt ul sister In law, hImi we all have Cornelia's! though, that of enhum's busbiiml, eerything was H an It's a fact, overpowering Interest in auto- BRYANTSVILLE, KENTUCKY. ery like, nnd Cornelia and Ted bail u mobile. If we don't own them we wedding of Hair iwi Hint fall uBd them. J haw to dodge llfrtl bupplly forever ufter. niildlm:. DIXIE BOAR to cros.s on your Fifty .Mile Three rhiiin lind Cigarettes a firm verdict for superior quality. y g Dixie Stock Farms. g o Ill k ti cigarettes j 15 10 r eiit-m- Horse Labor Can be Cut Down lno-iiil- to jut lft MOWEYoto LOAN ..-- slt-e- ut f sli-ep- want If borrow money and back the installment the application plan. the Secretary ! ltut Lancaster Building & Loan Ass'n J J66.-129.82- ilntl stlfa li- 1 lV gnp rfll 111 e 1 preM-nci'- racking 1 ? MENTHOLATUM chases it away. Miik-elid-foo- ii.iiis - m 1 11 ii- - If SB 11 s .... - GET RID OF THAT 3.t "TIRED FEELING" half-kic- DO Pcpto-Manga- 1 Utl. ir I Weber Wagons I $35.00 Gude's ami 11 ft 1 are closing hand which less man raciory prices loaay. wagon, is your chance. Becker & Ballard 1 CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK. :J Th Central Rcord, Lancaster, Ky.. Thursday Oct 1 9, 922 1 R. H. BATSON'S CASH STORE A GOOD PLACE TO TRADE - SATISFACTION GUARANTEED MUKrL, rUK UAbrl I FULL VALUE j ALWAYS SERVICE WITH A SMILE MM 1- m fL hK U,,,0n lloy.V 22 SO I I prici-- j J IIII J Ml I A M t ' JLfl SUITS Onu Lot Mun'.t Suit.". All Wool ..$17.50 One Lot Youn Men'a CiiMimerc $18.50 lilue Serjre Suits, best made $25.00 lG-o- z. A I 1 ! fl Fun Hnc of uoy SUi,H wintor Weight - The Best Ad vertiasernent CUSTOMER. "YOUR MONEY'S WORTH" CREATES SAT- ISFACTON WITH YOUR PURCHASE AND R. H. BATSON'S CASH STORE ENDEAVORS TO DELIVER FULL VALUE AT ALL TIMES. WE SERVE OCR. SELVES BEST WHEN WE SERVE YOU BEST AND THEREFORE OUR IN- IS A SATISFIED Men', Sco,lt ShoeH n -- - 1,98 lM "CaVjr W,ntCr ShoM 'mch UV' lnC Chinchilla OvcreonU .M,.'.h Overcoat, .Men' .leans Paul Hoys $3.98 .$9.93 $2.50 $1.98 RUBBER M-- "'s wh,le Hnck.ki,, Shoe. KHiliecl ,toot' . ,5M $1.98 $1.98 Men'.s Hrown Heavy Sweaters. Kaincoat TERESTS BECOME MUTUAL ONES. REMEMBER THIS ALWAYS. FULL STOCK BALL BAND OVERALLS 220 Itluc Denim Men's Winter Weight Union Suits 98cU. Best Line of Sweaters in Town for Men and Boys ...$1.25 READY-MADE "n-iwar- j PEPPERELL SHEETS, 2 YDS. WIDE BY 25 YDS. LONG $1.00 Suh Crises joyj,' corduroy Suits .111" 59ct $5.00 R. H. Batson's LANCASTER, Ys. all thing if KENTUCKY. Cash Store lf cu art in w, 1 con e tin- - right lt t j BUCKEYE Never ask. thlnk of you out Mr W K. Whittaker wa m I.ex ur neighbor what he He might blurt it Ington Tueday Mr and Mm Frank Und were in Richmond .Monday Freer Hand is Asked For Railway Officers The logical way of stopping a girl' I'ryrr meeting every Wednesday ' tongue Is t make her think you are evening at ?:'A0 o'clock. going t proposeMr. S. - Hill of Frankfort, visited good hi father. Mr. T. O. Hill from Friday Whi n r sec a fellow with opinion of hlmrlf we wonder if hr until Monday. like traveling Mlunr. . Mr. and Mr. Hugh Kurtz and famanil ily "pent Sunday with relatives at nual meeting a.embled dohereby Some people flml both pleasure llarrodsburg. prutU in taking thing as they come, take this orra.lim toexpre. our com-totMr. Ilavi I'rather, of until the Judge calls a halt. plete commence inmecorporaie (pending several day wtih hi sisi and control of the railway ter, .Mrs. Mai Carter. line of this system and of the abilreturned ity of this railway company to furni.h Mis l.ora llrown ha COMMISSIONER'S home after a week's visit with her to the communittc and the territory' near Lan- traversed by it line a proper, efsister, Mr. Kobt. SALE OF LAND caster ficient and economical transportation Mr Hilly Andrmon, Mr. I.ige sytem nt the lowet poslble rates Mr. and Mr. T. C. Jenkins consistent with the proper maintenGARRARD CIUCCIT COl'RT and .on. Dight Hill, Mr. T. O. Hill. ance and sound credit, when operated J. II. Mcyuerry. Ailmr , rt al. HIT Mr. Martha Anderson. Mr. Sarilda under the management of its presi- V. Defendant. Hay and Mr Homer Itay npent Sun- dent, the board of directors and its Icea Lawson, et al, day with Mr. and Mrs. John Hill, near' olTicers; and that to this end we Punuant to a Judgment rendered ! tieve a larger degree of managerial at the Augut Term. IU22. the at re.pon.ibility and discretion should Commissioner will cll be returned to and vested in the presi-den- t, pjblic auction to the h!ghet anil best Meditval Uuildinai. Flnt m bidder at the Court House door M., board of directors and officers Tliete are mnii) miiiiln. nf Itmnan Lancaster. Ky.. nt 11 o'clock. A. bulhllii. In illiTiniil part of i;urie. of this company free from the artior thereabout, on 'llielr lirlek. are nun li uuiller tliun ficial restrictions of commiion con23rd.. VJTi, inil.. inorr like tl MONDAY. OCTOBER i.Hi-ri- i tile. In trol; and further, that It is to the bet the real estate mentioned in the .lisp.'. The w orlei-- . In Kncliil.il eulll'd interest not only to the ime.nng own-e- r tiler ( pleadings and described an follows; hae all lieiinl of Wilt Tyof these properties and the se Tract No. 1: Lying in Oarrarda ler) were prolialily liiieklHHket. Two Beginning at curity holder., but also of the pub. Kentucky County. line etnmplr. of lirli k nrililleitlire In Make III line near Mr. Cook' hiiuse; the Knclaml of nnileHl iln. are lie and shippers in. the way of rea .1........ ...til. tin. ilnu.ir tllll S. r Hampton inurt imd I jiinlx'lli allure. sonable rates, and of the o t rat ve ii. poles to u tone at mouth Lmiilwn. W. i)0 in re.pect of a proper Mandiinl of of old lane; S. 2.V, W 35 poles to! wage, and for a just .ett lenient of a ugar tree stump on a lulUlde now Nat OrlglnM With Hayct. industrial diputes, that the imtative gone; thence N. &o,. K. 2 4 Mi po ); The iiplmrl.tii. "lie em lil party to a ugar tree stump in corner iields in all matters of operation and man Make, he.i who til ioiiii I"!" Is agement should be left to the sound thence X. lift, E lUs pole to a near walnut tump, N. 7I". L U! fnun Hie liiHiigiirul 'l.li.- - ! liuilier-fn- l Judgment and busine. experience of to ohl II, llu)e (S-."pole to two dogwoods, corner M.. ... I're.ln inenre- with the line lent of the 1'nlleil SI ellereil the operating olHcers'of tis nil ki iimhii ir.., 2 Hi. - W. 'J'i pole Mareli T. 1ST" In t of the name N. nn. .ii. walnut to n Make 10 feet from Messrs. J. Kerr llranch, of ICich i( limner'. IIIikI iwiiile l the beglnninc. pole to buhe. Ul 00 acre. imler I'upe (lllsi;il) the Ciu'IMi inond, Va., Adrian ldln. Charles containing tlltk line ' lie erw III!' and Ceorge T. Slnde of New Thi tract will be old limt. and IM.'I lliere will tlnn fell the inii-- t Mini .erte. hi uMiiitry liel.M as dire tor. to York were the CoiitmKiloner following tract; , serve for three year. No, 2: In Car ran! ( ounty. IN Tract THE DISTRICT OF THE The annual report for sub water of lllirmoll l.ick hi nn UNITED STATES FOR nutted by ('resident Fairfax Harnson bounded u follow: IleitinninKl and at u doKwood. corner to U in. Toynter EASTERN DISTRICT OF on behalf of the board of directors and 15. D. Cook; thence with wild KENTUCKY IN BANK wa approved am! resolutions ofwere Cook, S. 7!J, V. "rt polea to a Make the pa..ed ratifying nil the acU near a large white oak Mump, a young RUPTCY board of director during the year hickory marked a pointer; thence up the point of a knob, 8. 21, K. I P!e III the matter of It I' Chandler, to a chetnut oak murked; theme S. j 28 Gain 1,030 62, K. 10W pole to a young black Itankrupt in llankmptey K. t!U pole oak marked; thence N. 75, 30-Da- y in To the creditor of this iiankrupt:! marked on the top to two hickorle Notice i hereby given that on, Market hog can be fed for a short of ledge; thence N. lSi. V. 21 pole, to the beginning, containing 10 acre Sept. :i0, l'J22 the said Iiankrupt, u tune as a month and still make and U rod. of 1'iiint l.lrk, Carrard County, Ken- - money for their owner, according tu The purpose of (aid ale l tojia)' tucky, wa duly adju.ted nk- the debt against the eMate of K. D. rulti o1,ulne,, by w. K W I.o.i. r a nipt, and that the first meeting ofj,.uIuilkl coullt. tatm Cook, ileceimed, mid to divide the ,vll,g of nalil proceed among the par-tie- , hit creditors will bo held at the Court I x w)0 )a, jM com,U.tei, a hoR owner, u their interest nouse in Lancaster, Joint " feeding demonstration, which he car- may appear ... tl tv. .m.u" . t I av uci. .ita.l .nil., isiit.i TKItMS. niciri.a (ml co.0WMt,on whh County The tale will be niadu on u credit time the Creditors may attend, MvM w c WiU(m )m gwj,u. ,u.c, claims, appoint of ix and twelve month, mid the prove their itl,tw f Uu. ColIl.K0 of AKnculture. imrchater will be required to execute Tru.tee. examine the Iiankrupt. and j ,)t,ipiu. t,u. fucl hey wi,n, ffJ approved tecurity. for tratutct such other buinet as may bonds with price, payable to W. 11. properly come before said meeting. for only .'10 day, the 28 purebred the purchatu Hampshire hogs u.d in the demonllrown, Matter CommiiKtloner, due in tlx and twelve month respective- Danville. Ky, October 14. 1U22. stration made a prollt of $211.25. ly, with interest at six per cent per KELSON D. RODKS, This return of more than a dollar an annum from date until paid, having Keferee in lUnkruptcy.Jndimal j M, to be exceptionally the force and effect of a judgment NOTK Creditors cannot partici- good in view of the short feeding upon which execution may iue, rnd a lien will bo retained upon the land pate in the management of the et- period. until the purchase money It paid. During the 110. day feeding period, tate of the distribution of atteti unW. II. Brown, Mailer Comml. prove their claim on form the 28 hog made a total gain of iloner of Garrard Circuit Court, til they each, pound, or 30.8 pound required by the Bankruptcy Act, and I I.. Walker, AU'y. for I'lff. which wa an average dally gain of fl'e tame with the Referee. Capt. Am Bourne, Auct. n-o- luman-agemen, Wll-lli- 1 22 pound for each animal. Theyi weighed l'fi.2 poun I each at the beginning of the demonstration and l'H pound each at the end of the .'10 Na. Stockholder, of days. Seven and one-haKrc'miond. hour of Southern Itailway Company at their Inlxir vauled nt lTi cent. an hour twenty-eightannual meeting in were required to take care of the Richmond on October loth., unani- - iimnml. illlrint til. f...ilintr ii.iriiiil. n.ously adopted the following Thl.y W.ri. for iu.,,r,r,. hirh w" Introduced from the ,n pouJiU ()f UnK tm. , lloor by Mr. Arthur ('. Crave. 'fjKruln OI, hi, Mn wilm fl.d (U New Haven. Conn.; buhe! of corn. 7.'. pounds of tank- "Itesolved that we. the stockholders l(un(1;, of ,kimmilki nn, , . of Southern Hallway Company, in an.Th(. o( n B0J aUo haJ U1 c)ov.r VMtUf A ,,oumN of C(ini( or k rt.24 buiheli, 145.8 pounds of or 17 gallon, and 7.2 pounds of tankage were used. These feeds coM $f.ri4 when corn was valued at 75 cents a bushel, skimmilk at .12 cent n 100 pounds and tankage at $4.00 a hundred pounds. The corn was fed in a self feeder but the tankage and skimmilk were hand fed, the former being allowed only twice a week. The total cost for each 100 pounds of gain was $C.20. In view- of the fact that hi pigs had the run of a good pature, Mr. Wilson prolialily would have obtained cheaper gains by feeding either the skimmilk or tankage alone to balance the corn feed, (lf W H kim-mil- r(, llf. -- .ri ..., t- J - to ti- - iron-lalli- Before Baby l- -l. Corns suiM EXPECTANT motheri do not tutforlnc kabr't l7 loner, and mm, tilth can W tlulMiuIy Mr. Win. Porkers Pounds Trial e lu-a- r., -- n tiMuni mother. I am the mothr of thrr chlUlr.n nl t.v. ImnJ .Mother's i'liroii' one." -Vothrr's Frl.nd- - It .H.rnllr p- ni EllrJ tlwut IK tUlunun, tck nj It pttrttM tmilr(ullr. n.l la IhU .r atkix th muuln r..J-iu- it licsat.r.U lu r.U r.ilr anJ lH.mi.lvM to th. rh.n durlnc tatwtunci- - sad at cklU-tlrU- u Ui. -- Motkfr't our moth.r. and tranUnulh.r. dli. Don't vail. tUrl lular. and m.anhil writ, tu llraail.U KrtuUlor Co.. BA-4AUanla. Cm., for lin twukkt ronulnlnc naluall Urormation .v.ijr avlacr tbouM hart. "Mather's FrlfnoT ronulm no nr-o-li or karmrul druc. It I. aalt. Thrt I no subtllluu. AvoM ua- wt ing trtaar aa plain oil. Start us"Mother' Vriead" now the mvv aooner Uo- orlUr. "MoUitr s i rwna at osm at druf tvnvrlb. kinui, M! tr's I'rlciul' it th Wl h.lp oiM (or Flsrk. US K. l!th St. 'Molh In U rrlrT u tvuni iiww er.rywn.re. McROlERTS DRUG STORE -- It it charitable, however, to judge tome people by what they don't say Marriage It a lotter In which both parties occasionally make a mistake and draw a prize. W. C. T. L for several years to have y meeting In October, a tit" an Mr It. 1. llrown wa. n Lexington these occasions are greatly enjoyed. The programs are always most interThursday on busine. Mr. C. C Hecker has been in Lui.-- ' esting and instructive and prove very ville this week, attending the Crandj beneficial to the members as some of the State officers are usually present. Lodge. The social hours are always most Mr. und Mr. A. T. Scott, Jr., and pleasant. Mrs. C. M. Dean were in Cartersville Campboll Burasielo Thursday. Saturday afternoon Miss Myrtle Itev, A. I. Jones, of Wilinore, wa guest of Mr. and Mrs. Campbell and Mr. Jacob llurnside the week-en- d drove to the home of Rev. Thompon, C. A. Howling. it) .Mr. and Mrs. M. O. Kennedy, Mr. at Marks bury, and were united and Mrs. K. H. Hutchinson, were in marriage. The wedding was very quiet, os only the members of the Nicholasville Monday. families knew their Intentions. The Dr. Samuel Hose, of Winchester, bride is the second daughter of Mr. was here Sunday, the guest of his and Mrs. John Campbell, while the mother, Mrs. Jane Rose. groom Is very well known, as he has Mr. and Mrs. Noah Marsee, Jr., been connected with Becker & Balare rejoicing over the arrival of a lard for several years. Immediately little on. born Friday. after the ceremony the happy couple Mr. and Mr. II. L. Elder, of left for Richmond for a visit with were guests of Mr. and Mrs. relatives. Their many friends are wishing them much happlneiw. J. Hogan Italian), Sunday. Mrs. E. II. Uallard. Miss Mayme Lee Hallard and Mr. J. Hogan Uallard Long List spent Friday in Lexington, Mr. and Mr.. Robert Hutchinson, of Doyle, were here Monday, the (Senator McKellar of Tennessee) guests of Mrs. M. 0. Kennedy. Catalogue of Republican failure Mrs. II. C. Rose and Mrs. J. Hogan since their accession to power: Uallard attended the "Dahlia Show" They have failed to restore norin Nicholasville Friday afternoon. malcy. Mr. R. K. Swope and Mrs. C. C. They have failed to restore prosDecker have been visiting their sis- perity. ter, Mr. John Peters, at Mackvllle, They have failed to keep up our this week. merchant marine. They have failed to keep our Mn. Hello Tomlinson and Miss trade. Margaret Robinson have returned They have failed to keep their prohome after a visit with relatives nt mises to capital. Middlesboro. They have failed to keep faith with A son arrived at the home of Mr. men. nnd Mrs. Jas. Durham lat Thursday. the They have failed to keep their S being royally welcomed He by promises to farmers. members of the family. They have failed to keep their Mrs. John Campbell will be hotter promises to the business men. for the "Sliver Tea" next Tuesday They have failed to maintain law afternoon, Oct. 24th., at 2:110 o'clock. and order In the country. It is hoped that n large number will They have failed to protect the attend. country against criminal trusts. Mr. and Mrs, W. II. Cunningham, They have failed in their manageMrs. Helle Tomlinson, Miss Margaret ment of the coal Industry. Robinson, Mr. and Mrs. Lesley llrun-er- , They have failed utterly in the were in llarrodsburg Friday to management of the railroads. attend the funeral of Mrs. Chatham. They have failed to take the (iov- We are meeting the demand for eminent out of business. They have failed to restore peace white Hour with our Cleu Lily by using Electricity for curing or aging und trade with Mexico. They have failed in their conduct We are not using any the llour. Clorine or poison gasses, neither are of the Department of Justice. They have failed In their conduct wv using Phosphates, a substance generally used to force a dead lifeless of the Department of Commerce. They have failed in their conduct Hour to rise. We ask you to try a of the Department of Iibor. sack of the new proces. ' They have failed in their conduct (Mrritrd Milling Company. The ladles uf the Methodist church of the Department of State. They have failed in bringing about will terve dinner at the Executor's any effective adjuttment of foreign sale of Mr. II. C. King, next Thursday, Oct. 2(Uh. It is hoped that relation. They have failed to obtain any seteveryone will patronize them and they may be assured of a good dinner. tlement of our foreign Indebtedness, $11,000,-000,00The proceeds will be used for a very amounting to more than worthy cause, so try to help them. They have failed to lower the tax The various committees have been burdens on the people generally. quite busy this week getting ready They have failed utterly in their fur tame. conduct of the legislative department Mrs. C. M. Dean will be hostess for of the Government, It being also a meeting of the W. U. T. succession of wiggle and wobble. the U. Friday at her attractive country A loud mouth make a big nolso It home ,at Camp Dick Robinson. ha been the annua! custom of the that soon die out. KRYANTSVILLE all-da- Nicho-lasvill- e, of Republican Failures for-elg- n 0. all-da- y Tht Central ftecord, Lancaster, IHIMIHtllllllMIIIIIIIHMIIIIIMIIMIIIIH Ky., Thursday Oct 19. 1022 MCE CITY RESIDENCE FOR SALE I Farm It was not. until Ihcy wire too weak lo continue working that the mining party discovered what wis the matter with tliem. Ills Jo had hern spitting CHEAPER THAN blood all tin uinrnliig. "(lues I'll have to linve tliem pesky tei'th 'tended to In Dawson," lit muttered, anil collapsed on the tent Moor. It was scurvy. All the live of thetu were nnVc-tcd-, luit not "Vuller Dog," the wlilte man with ti touch of the octoroon In him, they said. This a SOAP is woMi't why they called him Yaller Dog. That nn mo came after ho had slunk out of the way when the party from I'arrtsh'it tried to Jump the cost us Much and tho bullets were whining freely. The party from 1'urrlsli's to seek cooler regions ; hut Vuller Iog was it name that clung. but you We have many Still, he was only a boy, "(Sue jou ns pliimh scalrt, sonny," suggested of in lllg Joe, laying a klmlty hand on the fellow's shoulder. Hut mi one trusted Yaller Dog after that. And there they were sick ulth scurvy, all except Yaller Ior. whose colored blood mut hme told In Ills Hp was not used to white fnvor. man's food anjvvar, Tom mid contemptuously, There they were, sixty miles from lion here, with winter coining on, too hick tii wield a pick, too sick to unite. "I guest It's our finish. Tutu," said lllg Joe. Mt'nles one of us could git to (iray's store, and that's purty nigh forty miles mi the Dawson road. And there's a de II of a storm brewing." "(irnjrV cut a sack of terlntleV said Jim llarrlgan. "Hut what's the use Mr. Will Vanderpool has taken of thinking of It! I su- - we'd belter MT, HEBRON charge of the stork of goods recently rot here, rather 'n out In lh mow." Miss Leola Stone spent the week- purchased from Mr. Speed Sherrow at "Where" Yaller IH12V nU'd some this place, and expects to keep an up- - one. Hut Yaller Dog, seen In the lent end with Miss Zclda Onstott. n few minutes before, lind illappvsrtil, , stock of goods. Mrs. !. L. MontRomery nl baby "Curse him. I Kue our elalm'll be Barkar who have been sick, are improving. hl for the picking now," snld Tom. On Oct. sth. Mrs. Isaac Barker Mr. Harrison Dean sold a bunch "Oil, what's the sent of swenrlneV of hop to Mr. Henry Ruble Friday. died at her home near here after nn inuttereil lllg Joe. "You all knew what f nller Dog was when that lot from Mr. Herbert Holtzclaw, of Gilberts hour's lines. This came as quite a shock to the family and friends. She I'nrrMi's trteil to Jump our claim, Creek was in this locality Sunday was G5 years, months and '2.1 days Can't expect him to change his nnturv. evening. old, ami had been married 41) years. can Mr. W. L. Orow and daughter, To There was a pattering on tiie tent this union were three sons, Messrs. It had begun to snow. Lucy were with Mrs. B. F. Hoger. in II. L., Everett and Thomas and four snowstorm of Th; Danville Saturday. jenr In daughters, Mesdamei Maggie Humph Alaska first apt to be as the as any. Is Mr. Ed Hcndrickson, of Orchard rcy, Minnie Onstott anil Ora Hall, all It snow 11I three tlays and had nights. The Grove, was the jiucst of her aunt. Mrs. of this place and Mrs. Lizzie Lucton, furious gale tore nnd battered nt the Eil Grow Friday afternoon. She also leaves her tint. of Danville. Inside, with snow hrapeil up vaIiIi li is In New South Wnles. will iiltlmntely lernl to t.V elimination tho cup. inuv as It I said of tie mass ol of all such fumes. Smelter fumes are draught f Hie Human of old. have at husband. She had been a member about them. Iny the the men, pri- - When In full bloom It Is Mr. and Mrs. Herod Kains and lng recoverisl and nude Into ilouors, urd liNik at th very mtead of drees. eot- of Lancaster, were guests of of the church a number of years and trale with the helplessness of ncurvy. And outside, seeding townrd Cray's, ly phurlc acid. like 'no en Pre. (.initial N'ertnsu. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Stone Sunday. during the last revival here she was went Yaller Dog. present most every day. Funeral He was yellow, and he knew It. Hut Prayer meeting Thursday services The were conducted at the church that touclt of Ills Joe's hand on Ids night will be conducted by Mr. Ham- by Rev. I. W. Manley, Monday, at shoulder had nwnkeneil something In let Jenntngs. Subject "The Life of .1 o clock, interment following in the him, something that best down the Joseph." Mt. Hebron cemetery- - Much thought of lil1' cold claim that tnlsht sym Mrs. Florence Crawford and con, pathy is extended the bereaved his. fam hnve Mr. Charlie, of Sulphur Well, spent ily. Late the second night Yaller Poj; 1 one night last week with Mr. J. I. and llinitil Into liniy's store with his news. lie slung the bag of potatoes Mis Mollie Crawford. Naturt Pointed Way to Man. gone be Electricians coil wire to make tl.rm over his shoulder, and was Mr. Ed Grow bought a bunch of old Cray, who had expected him Wllil cucumbers colltil their fore calves at Stanford court day at Sets, elastic. to wait, could find his dogs. s per lb. Mr. Ernest Hall a1o bought tendrils fur the atne purpoe On he ran. covering the hoiiieuard of electricity wu two calves, price J17. trail. The snow come doun like a curttioui;lit of. tain, the wind roared, and hi ejes Misses Doolin and Fields spent the were soon closed by reason of the tine week-enwith Misses Emma and Kate Nuns Gain In Holth. pnrtlcles of Ice uhout the lids. On Hultzclaw at Gilberts Creek and went "Many drllroto elrls take up till the way to Cray's, Yaller Dog hud had on a chestnut hunt Saturday. nursing profession ami heroine strong certain landmurk to guide Mm; but Miss Luella Doolin, who Is attend- with the n rular life," mi) tlie mntru--j thing these existed no lunger. THIS SALE PRACTICALLY CLEANED UP HE 1921 CROP AND AT VERY was covered with the soft blanket, In ing school at Iierea, was with home of one of the large city liixpltuK SATISFACTORY PRICES. WE ARE, THEREFORE, IN A VERY ami to which his feet slipped dti-eMr. folks Sunday, and entertained STRONG POSITION FOR HANDLING THE 1922 CROP AND OUR deeper. and Mrs. Parker Jenkins, of Imcii-te- r. First Plant Llf Probably Aquatic He struczled and fought with a SUCCESS IS ABSOLUTELY ASSURED. A" all 'animal life Ih dependent or Indirectly upon plant life. It tenacity thut had never been his. He Mr. nnd Mrs. Jesse Kay and chilwas flchtlng his way by Instinct follows that the oiirllest on 111 55,000 GROWERS stuck together this past season, and saved the day for all dren, and the Mines Long's of Poor forth mut have Ixvii plant life As life lit against a gale that momentarily crew of you. Uidge, were the guests of Mr. and that tliin then- whs little or no laud, worst, lloura went by. The sack UMin his shouliler weighed heavier Mr. Ollie Lane anil Mi Fannie the earlleM plant .iff was prol.alily 70,000 GROWERS are now handed together in the determination to hring ahout than lead. The frozen potutoe dealt aquatic. Sunday. BETTER LIVING CONDITIONS for their families, and they make this tit blown like bullets at every R. SOAP Br MORRIS 3CHULTZ SlIIIIHHIIHIIIHUIIHIHIHHIIrHIIIIIH IC. i Hit. WtsWia Ntwiir Union.) cheaper than dirt, for dirt it foreraaner of disease germs and disease germs usually la health aad moaey. must see kinds the display the front our store. cold-clai- de-cld- Half Pound Cake 10c Drug Store. McRoberts e je" I wish to noil privately, my rciitlfnco on DanCurtis Montgomery, II, 11. Parker, ville Avenue, just outnitlc the City Limit in LancasCuy Hulelt and A. - (lex, Carroll ter. county farmers, are carrying on Motlcrnly equipped with CITY WATER AND with County Agent (J. C LIGHTS. HOUSE OF EIGHT ROOMS, WITH Itoutt anil the extension division of ATH, ALL IN GOOD REPAIR. TWO ACRES OF the College of Agrculture nt LexingGOOD LAND, ORCHARD, GOOD BARN AND ton to show farmers In that part of OTHER OUT BUILDINGS. the state the value of limestone and Terms reasonable; possession .January 1st, l'.)2.'l. ncld phosphate for boosting wheat Those desirinK to look over property ntny call yields. me over Paint Lick phone 11-Nelson county farmers nrc paying more attention to better houses for their poultry, County Agent C. I.. Hill says. Three new house have been built recently and plans made Two Famous Amtrlcans. Chalmtr' Rtclpt. for several others. Noah Webster, horn 17.VS. died IM3, The grand of ImpplneM More than -- 00 Jefferson county are something to do, something to was famed for Ids illrtlomiry. Danlfl farmers nnd their wives have been love and something lo hoe fur. Hot-to- Webster was the great Auterlraa taught the method of separating the Trmisi-rlp- t statesman. laying and loafer hem I" their Mocks Ttlls a FlatUrlna Talt. this fall by mean of IS poultry culliscsptlon Notid. Money talks nnd the possessor of Know Isn't always mrr. ing demonstrations put on by CounnlUlons Is apt to Mlrvo what It suya j Ulan lnny know llmX ., f rlm , ty Agent K. K. Mcrriman. wnen 11 nun ne is a great man. gasoline and still bo uniihlo to mnkt The work of wiping out tubercu- Hoston Transerlpt. his enr go. losis In McLean county cnttle herds Rtvtlatlon Brought by Ag. is going on with steady progress. Cultivate Pstltnct. The lonwer we live and tin more w County Agent Hubert 11. Ford says. ' I'allrmv Is the Three hundred cows recently were think the hitflo-- value we leuru to rut ' IIim, itltl La'.l. If Imlhist of the soul. ... 1.1.1 frimi riillldi. trf .1... tmt I' lOIHIIUT on- -. .l ........ ... - I"" l...ln.l l ...... .......L. ..,..1 ,,f r storin ti.l.n tumbling III the gnssti-s- t actor found. ... Hlshop llopkiiix More than HO Union county poul- A n t.ty Oat. try flocks already have been entered Judgmtnt. Jud Tunklns nays the house problem speak MstrliiuKi) in the winter egg laying project III ' lug, to Ih- - a court proxMloii. He I W hirh u ill I,. rnrrU.I n ,.v.. .I,. ,,,,r'''''1 W of IMen; state tHis coming winter by the ex rardeu rrop was also the report that gins by suing for her twnil, and Ji n failure. the fruit Illrmlng ends by suing him for allinony. tenson dvtson of the College of Agri- lis A culture, County Agent C. llrewer LcgkJlly Put. says. The project will be ijeslgned Man' Osbt to tht World. Kmplojer - -- It seems to inr Hint to how farmers how they can get ldlenes never won distinction In nnllX ,, large sulary for one who more eggs from their hens by feeding the world, and never will. The world 1U. m, H, m,!,. ..jperleri.e." Youth them the right feeds and giving them .irs 1101 owe us n livitg. put ever -- Well. sir. aln t It harder for me w,e man owes the world wort, tlml made j (.now Ihh" good care. msn fur employment nrd e rannot dodge the lue - The ltnd to HifogEnjoyment In Chsung Knowledge Naturt's Freakish Moods. nltlon. Nut lire l full of frisks, unit now tier reinoti forefuth. r .bs-i- il puts 1111 old h I on oung shoulder.! knimliilce, nt to "pink IhriHiiih Ih) PottntUI Wtalth for Argfntim. and lh.11 joung heart beHtlug under, , (,iutits cultlvatM In Kurope heiivens nnd over the mrtli 011 n four-.- . or. winter.. Kmer-on. ami tliej doubtless wastisl a the nke of their volstlle oils wilt deal of time, hut Ihej grow- - readily In some pxt of Arcen-Wh- y I lliia Not. and iperlmi hts show that thej a fine evli'lwntl.'li, bejoiH) any they could have got In ilwliik 11 down Well. If a cup Is the same as vtIII clve a field of oil efual In quan-muM. Hay. rathole like a w.nsel Hi4-rt and that I the iiiie u f.ur. tlty and imallty lo the KQropcan prod-mgirl has one of the nrettlet lovlnt Urts. . Suml-i- j cups jou ever niw Old Age Net Always Joyltit. Herald. Climlnatlna Osnotr From Fumts. Iletiiiinber Huit some of (lit- - bright"" I'umrs from chemlcat plants have est drops In the dialler- - of life mi) been one source of many dainnce suit. still reiniiin for 'is In old ace The last Fir Trt. One of tho most extraordinary of I'hemlcul enslni-eftixlsy are making itrniiEht wh-- t a kind I'rTivlilrnre gives Auttrulliin tree is the "tire tree," ninny surresoftil which us to drink tl.oiich ueur the of I- and Home News From Over Kentucky CLARENCE GREEN. s 11 ' !i,,,,, 1 uetii-rall- 111 1 ,u ,u' 11 -- fr u. gil 1 11 y s chil-dre- 11 flume-eoloic- d 11 ln-e- ARE YOU A MEMBER of - thou-anil- jar d the great farmers organization that has just sold 54,000,000 pounds of Burley Tobacco in one sale to one concern? Ierj y 1 1 At WILLYS-OVERLAN- D, Inc. WANTS to establish a sali?s and service agency in thir, community oVERLAND and the ncrtmts . Willys Knip,ht cars hnndled by one acencv live merchant to do business c with those vh desire a comfortable enr us well a those who dtstrc the larccr nnd more luxurious car at a medium price. XE invite comporison with ether cars in the same price class as to materials, construction, riding qualities and economy of operation. '"THE greatly increased demand for Overland and Willys-Knigh- t cats is due largely to the expressed satisfaction nnd enthusiasm of our present owners. INVESTIGATE the used car market and you will discover that used Overhauls of present design move at gootl prices and Willys-Knigh- t cars arc rare utnong used car stocks, hi&h-grndlow-pric- ed Softly, Yaller Dog slipped down In the Mdery Mimv. Ho ilowd hi eyts. Just 0110 moment s sleep, and then up nnd uvvny again The barking of the dog aroused the somnolent men In the tent, sleeps lug their lives uwuy under their blankets. The urrlval of (Iray's sleigh awakened only a momentary Interest In them, dray had Ills (Ire lit before he shook them to their feet. "Hoys, this Is better than Riatoe," he mill. "It's the last bottle In tilt HtV lie 'ixitired out u generous of lime Julcu fur inch "And there 'It Ih 11 rig alone soon ui tho storm slops. Hy the .way, where'i Twas be warned me. Yaller I)og Ain't he with your "Ain't seen him," said Hlg Jc I drowsily. Olil Crnv eherki-i- l nn oiilh. "S11V. that iiuini! you give him vvmn't right, Imys," ho mill. "I cueii were most of us ynller one way or another on'y wu don't git found out." 1 half-cupf- last he could go no further '"PHE Overland line comprises 5 passenger touring, roadster, coupe and sedan. t line- - 5 and 7 passenger touring, 'pHE roadster, coupe and 5 and 7 pussenger sedan. TF you have or can command the facilities to establish repair shop nnd local sales organization, write Willys-Knigh-- high-grad- e VILLYS-OVERLAND- , INC. L Saltt Division, Toledo, Ohio Radio on Motor Bum. Equipping motor buses with radio appuralus Is u departure Inaugurated by 11 transit company operating some S'i of these, vi hides on tho IMcllU roast. I'M Innovation U the result i of the keen rivalry of tliu bus lo ohtaln for their reiectlve IIik-the patronage of tht thousands of tourists who annually visit the western states. That the. venture Is practical has been fully demonstrated 'ose.s-luhy extensive eiperluients. only u two step rudlu short vvuve outfit, the experimenter lould hear concert nt a distance of 13 inllr from the broadcusllng station, and Hit despite the "In loin of einplnjlng u law untenna. fvpular MeclianUa con-eern- their strength to this great cause, WE WANT EVERY TOBACCO GROWER IN THE ASSOCIATION Our interests are identical. We seek to market tobacco in such a way that YOU will get the profit, instead of dividing it with speculators, and loose leaf warehousemen. STANDING ALONE YOU CAN DO NOTHING. UNITED, the banks of the Hurley district, your merchants and the I'nited States government, itself, will hack you as they have backed us in the past year. BEWARE OF FALSE PROPAGANDA being circulated by those who seek to continue living oir your work, as they have lived in past years. Didn't they tell you that our holdings could not be sold? Their other statements are j list as far from the truth. RESULTS ARE WHAT COUNT, and the accomplishments of this organization during its first year of operation should convince the most skeptical that OF THE TOBACCO MARKETING IS THE SOLUTION GROWERS' PROBLEM. Therefore, we RESPECTFULLY INVITE YOU TO SIGN and privileges of A contract and become. a member, our present membership. Write this olfice for a contract at onco, or secure one from your neighbors. DON'T WAIT TO BE SOLICITED, For we may not have an opportunity to visit every grower in the short time from now until November tith. To sign up he fore Novemher Uh., and lend FINAL APPEAL TO NON-MEMBER- S piii-hooke- rs ,,,,. ive BETTER TIMES HAVE COME WONT YOU HELP TO CONTINUE THEM? Co-Operat- Burley Tobacco Growers 20 South Broadway, Association Lexington, Kentucky. (Incorporated) Jlaxlt. Th Ctntral Record, Lancaster. Ky.. Thursday Oct PLANT THIS FALL charge of the work. The meeting, which already have been started nnd FRUIT AND SHADE TREES which will continue until the first of I1LOOMINO SHRUBS February of next yenr, will be confined to the enatrrn nnd western pnrt SMALL FRUITS Curing by tin of salt of the state. GRAPE VINES nml sorghum molasses, which l one of the oldest and moat successful EVERGREENS S.S. S. WIN Prwes ta Ym la Ynr methoiU kiiown, will be nilvocnted Own Cat th "How" and "Why" PEKENNIALS At the irr. through tl)e meetinga. of (I rUmarkable Powsrt lent time, almost twothlrila of the In frt. everything for Orchard, Lawn Our illuatrateil catalog Ttiafa t a rraann for rrrrTlMoc Itiat farmer In the ntnte cure their meat j i. nd Garden . I'mimum-aminla-r- r. I It tht ;rar it the mot complete nur-er- by the Ue of Milt nlone. ('oklllMI arhtff ! H. K. alnpa Ih.IIiI h:ok ever iued in the South. It I to iva.uiuu-MDM- i rrunljr fur lvlli, ! The tnethoil which will lie nHror . iil already h.t been Uvtril nut nml It . frr fur the ntkmg ffunil ucceful by n number of It. V. HILLKNMEYER & SONS, farmer. Twenty fnrmera in liw-retirIllue Grail N'unerira, !ty! nnt Kloyil countlw !,it Kentucky. year cured their merit by the Miryhuw LraTnilan, .naaex inethorf while mere tbn iO in' farmer in .Mnrthall countv fuunil the Vex, Ulere are mllllaii of dollar.! aiinsc method highly tuceetaful when right at ymir hnniljUit ut of reach. they tried it out but ye.ir. a Some of the point which Mr. will utreia in the mertinK't are: t He sure that the enrrj' is thoroughly cooled out n animul beat WANTED: AGENTS FOR prcimitea rapid iKiling. CHEAPEST 'J Trim liama, hmildcM and ba- ONE OF THE Mtiao i httllt Ifl rraann. rlrlrntlfti- - in. con neatly. Fat eilgea do lint make AND THE BEST TOILET AR- tstrltl-- a ailiull tu iirr! P. ri. X. Iallt I It IiiiIMb trl I I.mhI. !!. a gooil curH product. They thouldl Tfcat U luit rrukra nbllnc-Muwl- . I'lthl II ffhta be remlrriHil into Innl er made into TICLES IN THE WORLD. CAN tlratrtija luurlll-- . twite It wlnat It (IfKH film I'ln! It fbu akin rrupllona! It l.ullda tauaage SELL FOR TWICE THE MON-- , H wtt MMrr. tLlnllnr irr. IhnupIlibt-lutI'ut a heavy layer of alt on man Into that uhlrla each layer of meat, or bury the meat EY FASTER THAN YOU CAN aatrraa. It cltn u.nrii tli Lrallh, th acrrltr rMlriln ami the rbarm that in aalt, ii it l being wirketl in a large ttHrtva ttic wurl l! TLrao arr tb traauha ORDER AND DELIVER. A N. R I tat (wne ituilr S twit? lb ttnt churn or oak barrel. I I Mot ilMnwr Iwdy tiiililrr. aurrraa ImlM-r- . t. Two day for each pound are MONEY MAKER. SHELBY-- ! anil It a br rraulla bare Mil trars f ). flaw frvia tt.a a.tila if thna.ttta! reiuiril for a tingle piece to cure Jlr. V. I. Hcfcaff, 657 151b M Waablnc That it, a VILLE, KY., BOX 251. ham shouM cure toll. P. I', WNIref a ta.l in 20 daya. A curing day i any one I Ur It bmXt. vra ff at r,l, K irytkl t fiJ.J .U 1 l ra ' mm It in which thv Unipernture I above 5. 5. 5. rifJ, . 5 .. 5, lat ! (( freeiing. Trr It Jurlf H K K la saI.I at all Tlia larerr alia In lu rltra 1rak After the meat l removeil Uittle la tlf mure rroauiukal. from the .ilt, bruth oil the crutty makes yoit fttl layer, wah in luke warm water, hang Woman, in one ruapect, i mucl ycuntlf again up and let drip for - hour. like the bible. There are ninny things I rt. for iJe at McRoberts "S. S. S. Smoke with bard wood, hickory about her we never understand. .preferred, for about ix daya or until Drue Store." thr meat it an amber color. Wc poiitiveiy will not permit fox Curing 7 Apply wnm aorgnum mola Method hunting or h.'inting of any character t meat until nil porea are filliil. X. Let haag da) bufore or trctpaitlng on our farm. Any Meat Will be Ex-plain- ed I ' making second npplkatinn of muhiM- - violator will be prosecuted. J. S. Schooler, Edgar Price, W. A. ;... 'J. Wrap with heavy paper, then I'rice, Joe Criiciltia, T. J. I'rice. It., Hot methods fur the home curing with tnuiliti cloth, make Inaoet proof. U Klkin, II. M. I.ear, It. I. Harkefj uf meat will be explained to farmer Hang in dark, dry place with H. F. I'arton, Marlnda Longsworth, 10. J. I'. Hland, Aikin and Mobrrley, in many Kentucky counties during hock joint of hams down. J. J, Sebastian, W. X. Mobcrley, the coming' winter by meant of meetDavi When predicting that the millenForest Calico, Sutton nnd ings and demonstrations to be held by the externum, ilivitlon of the College nium will be here tome day you are Hughe Itro., M It, Turner, li. I.. of Agriculture, according tu nn an- taking a desperate chance of being Arnold nnd Kd linker It may come (Other names will be added upon nouncement by (Jrndy swine proven a prepancator the payment of 'J5 cent) (tf.) wpeeialot of the college, who will have ,n the night. 1 9, 922 1 Boils Quit Quick! Blostcl-Cleanita- c a K Striking New Red Cross Poster ICOMNBSWNER'S 1 SALEOF LAND GAKItAKD CIRCUIT COURT. The Garrard Rank .5: Tru.t Co., I'lrT. V it-- e, Sell-anl- 1. V attaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaanir,! rut"OUBBBBBBBBBBm 4 a .. '"TBaaaaaf .BaaaaaaaaaB trr ' . a ' (lO-l'-'Jl-p- f1 ai ra ' CCC (9l9a9 nt ToRelieveaiKlPrtSuffeilntf W ,T t'lf in reaee anain war an. Chartered tyQ3niess "AtHome&Abroad Hunters Beware Defendant. bincnator Hour Mills, I Pursuant to u judgment rendered the August Term, IU22, the un tdersigned Commlaslonrr will sell at tiubl.c auction, to the highest nnd , first b . Icr nt the Court House door ' In I.nr.ciu'.cr, Ky., at 1 1 o'clock, A. thereabout, on i M , or MONDAY, OCT011KR 23nl., 1922, the real estate mentioned in the pleadings nnd described ns follows: The same that wns conveyed to the Lancaster Flour Mills by S. C. Vaughn, by deed dnted January 1st., 1020, recorded In the Cnrrnrd Counoffice in Deed Hook .TJ, ty Clerk tinge lf.r, and located und being in Carrar.l County, Kentucky on the West sldeof Cnmpbell street, and bounded ns follows: lleginning at u point In the West tine of Cnmpbell street nnd one foot Wet of the West rnil on the L. & N track: thence ntong West line K. of Campbell street, N. 1 10 feet to n point in the line of the Lumber Company lot (mild point is feet from the middle of the alley run- ....... .It. .1.1 imii iiiuixc iii.iaiun r.ii- millI item;, .1 line N. S3, W. 200 feet to n point in Hast edge of alley, (wild point is 08 feet from middle of the alley, running Kiut and West) ; thence nlong Kast edge of alley running North and South 124 feet to a point In Kast edge of said alley nnd corner to Hudson & I'nrnau, S. "7V4, K. 204 feet to the beginning, including the use of the elevated fuel unloading spur from over the property of Hudaon & Furnnu. according to the contract of Alex Walker with mid Iludaon & Kurnau with reference to the and also the right and reservations as set forth in the deed of Alex Walker and J. II. Sander to Stewart & Klijah Sanders, dated Jan. 3 1st., 1!0.., lecorded in Deed Hook 21. page 278, Garrard County Clerk' I ( one-fourt- Beit for j Riveting the attention of the beholder on the fact that the American Ked Crott is chartered by Congre n nn official volunteer relief organization the dome of the Capitol at Washington, upon which I d a largo Ked Cross, it trie central figure of a new poster for the Annual Ited Cross Itoll Call. The poster, which hat been pronounced one of the most striking of innumcrablo representations of the famous dome, it the work of Franklin Ilooth, a New York artist of wide renown. It will be displayed throughout the country during the Roll Call period, Armistice Day to Thanksgiving, when the Ked Cross membership for 1923 will be enrolled. super-impose- Junior Red Cross Praised for Work Influencing Peace The mhanrlnc standanl of the Jun-!- r m:de two outAmerican Iteil Cro standing trains during the latt year one In the field of domestic uctlxlty. which la rapidly llnklnj up the schools with the Junior program, the other a gain of a dozen countries In Ku reive pleOzcd to organize Juniors on the lines of the American organization. Kor this accomplishment the American Juniors earned the beurty endorsement of the League of Iteil Cross Societies for Its "creation of an International tplrlt of human solidarity among young eople with n view to preparation of a new civilization for peace." The forthcoming annual report of the American Itctl Cross fur the )eur : G-- . W. Durham's ACRE F ARM Subdivided I NICE 135 At Absolute Auction AT TEN O'CLOCK A. Greatest Mother Summons Her Children ' rnde.1 June W), lfr."2. will show JlViS school enrolled, with a totnl of US.'!,-M5 pupllH we.irlng the "I Serve" hut-toof the Americun Junior lied Croas the hailse of unselrNh service earned hy each IndhldUHl memher throuch perxinnl sarrlllce. In International school correspondence T.'W claM's and school k encasnl In friendly communication with tSSt scIkhiIs In Huropean countries, tMl schools In United .States territories, 13 In South Africa und 10 In n miscellaneous list of foreign countries. Th work In foreign fields In establishing playgrounds, school libraries, sewing and manual training classes, homes for war orphans, school reconstrucfor Plff. tion In devastated areas, encouraging Capt. Am. Bourne. Auct. community gardens and many other activities was financed through the Kvcn the penniless man is fortunNational Children's Hund raised by the Juniors lit a cost of ta'MIT.aO. ate In n way. He has no fear of bePurine the year (.MUrjTO was con ing bunkoed. trlhuteil toward the fund. In which on July t there was a balance of It Is not at all necessary to sidestep the fellow with a chip on his shoulder. Hell be careful not to let you jostle it off. . n The purpose uf the sale Is to satisfy the debt due the plaintiff, by the defendant, for which plaintiff has n lien on said property, nmounting to the sum of $1,500.00 with interest from Sept. 22, 1020. at rt per cent per annum, until paid; the um of $5,000 with Interest at fi per cent from April 2. 1021. until paid, nnd for the further sum of $1, 062.22 with interest at il per cent from August 10, 1021, until paid, together with the cost of this action, TERMS: The sale will be made on a credit of ix nnd twelve months and the purchaser will be required to execute bond with approved security for the purchase price, payable to W. II. Itrown, Master Commissioner, due in six nnd twelve months respectively with interest at six per cent per annum from date until paid, having the force and effect of a judgment upon which execution may Issue, nnd a lien will be retained on the land until the purchase money is paid. W. II. BROWN, Master Commissioner, G. C. C. Robinson & Knuffmnn, Attorneys office. - M. Friday, Oct 27th This K'xxl farm itf of tin bust ii that .section is located in the Kast Kiul of Lincoln county, on the t'rah Orchard anil Lancaster Turnpike, one anil a half miles North of Crab Orchard, a live liu.siiie.s.s town on the L. & X. It. ll and one mile front the famous Crab Orchard Springs, n noted health resort. Pike runs through the farm and the old Richmond road, which is mostly gravelled, bounds two sides of it. Church and school at opposite cottiers of the farm and easy walking distance of Crab Orchard traded School, no tax to pay just out.side. Level to gently rolling just enough for natural drainage antl you can run an automobile all over it. Knoiigli timber for general farm use, fire wood, which is quite an item for all time to come. Fine w ater, well antl cistern at house, everlasting sjiriiitf.s and Dix Itiver. Well fenced and The owner lias always prided himself on Rood fencing. cross-fenced. owl i iBlaVttfAar'f. rj r wjtbc V S. O M. Sa HATFIELD DENTIST Offica ovsr Tb Pkoaat Of ica S. LANCASTER, rAiVJJ. Garrard Bask. Raaldaaca 378. KENTUCKY. J. A. Beazlev MINERAL DIRECTOR I Onire Over National Bank. Residence i'hone 3. Office I'hone 27 LANCASTKR. KY. Dr. Printus Walker sKSaBr aBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBV VETERINARIAN. aaaaaaaaaaH AF? .BBBBBBBBBa't ' C'l. Amw.t.H Night LANCAST I Two-storbrick ami frame resilience, halls, IMPROVEMENTS: porches, chicken house, double crib, line hip roof stock barn, U'JxU-- feet anil 1(5 feet to eaves, lift feet to liile, built of dressed oak, matched drop siding and painted, on concrete foundation, with Kalvanizeil metal roof antl cupola. He has instructed us to The owner of this property lives in Chicago. SELL for whatover it will brink'. The trtriiiKH are cut loose. It is up to YOU to say what it is worth and a deed is most certainly KubiK to be made to you on the HIGH DOLLAR bid on sale day. It is located right, the rik'ht distanccc from town, surrounded by the best neighbors, etc, An exceedingly desirable piece of property. It will not take much money to "swine;" this proposition. There is a mortnaKe on this property, held by the Union Central Life Insurance Company, with about 18 years yet to run. The terms on the balance will be easy. Remember the day and hour FRIDAY, OCTOBER 27th., at TEN A. M. For full particulars, see, write or phone y six-room Prnmntlr Par or f'hon. 317. BBBBBBBBBBBBa'i l KKNIt'CKi Green Clay Walker Law And Real Estate Money to loan on farms. List your farm for sale priv- ately or at auction. Office over J. W. Smith's Store. DR. J. J. BYRNE OPTO.MUTKItir i Cel. J. 1. Dinwidtii m Um lUck HUGHES & McCARTY Stanford, Kentucky Ideal Is An allegories! concept of the Red Cross as a peacs-timby the American Red Cross in a new and striking potter for Us Annual Red Cross Roll Call. Spread out before the heroic size ftgur is the outline of the United States with a Red Cross superimposed upon it while around its borders are sketched scenes depicting the chief activities of the Ked Cross today service to disabled veterans of the World War, disaster relief, and promotion of the public health. The poster I the work af Lawrence Wilbur, a New York artist and will be displayed throughout Um country during ths stuollmtnt of ths Red Cross merabersklp for 1923, e tat-ploy- Ofisa Hturt 0a.t Practice limited to diagnosing and correcting defects of Kycslfht by fitting the of proper glsisas DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. CUcksr H4sl. ta 13 sstt I Is p.m. r Tnm Cntmk Record, Lncastr, Presbyterian Church Notice each day during the time Oct. 30th. to Nov. 12th. Rev. S. 8. Dausrherty, of Harrndsburg, will assist the Pas tor. He Is a young man of unusual ability and will use no "Clap-Trap- " methods only tell the old story of Jctus and His love as best he can. The Ladles' Prayer Meetings will he held at the various homes on Thursday evening Instead of Friday The Men's As was done last week. meeting at the church again on Thurs day evening. On Friday evening at the church n social hour ami refreshments for nil members and those associated with the congregation. On next Sunday morning at eleven o'clock the service will be one that will fit Into the Program of the Chris-tian Endeavor convention, especially suited to the young people and dele gates to the Convention. In the eve ning of thnt day our services will be at the Christian church, the closing program of the Convention where we, together with that congregation are hostess to the Christian Kndeavorers. We extend to the public a cordial . invitation to attend all these sen-ices- Ky. Thursday, Oct 9. 922 1 1 Barker God in His Infinite Wisdom called Mrs. Clara Barker to depart from this life Sunday, October 8th. She wa taken suddenly ill and only lived about one hour. All was done for hi'r that loving hands could do, but God said, "No My hands are in this work," so when the shadows of the evening were stealing across the sky, CONSIDER A two weeks' meetinr will' befin in thia church next Monday evening nt 7:15. Two services to be held Glen Lily MADE WHITE AS FLOUR CAN BE MADE BY ELECTRICAL CURING OR , THE maam de-lig- ht 1 WIFE Nearly half her life is spent in the kitchen. The kitchen range is the moat important equipment she uses. Is it the best you can buy her7 Honestly, now isn't your wife entitled to n MAJESTIC RANGE? A MAJESTIC RANGE will not only n deserving wife but will save money in the end. Call and see a real range, one thnt outlasts two or three ordinary ranges and saves fuel and repairs. BUY THE RANGE WITH A REPUTATION. hrr spirit took its flight to realms above. She was nil a true woman could be. She lived right and died trusting in her Lord. She gave her heart to God early In life, uniting with the Mt. was Hebron Maptist church. She 68 years, 9 months and 4 days old. She leaves an aged husband and seven children and a numbrr of grand children to mourn her Remember He said, all things work together for the good of those who love God, who are called according to His purpose. Ruri.il took place at the Mt. Hebron cemetery Monday afternoon, the services being conducted by Rev. I, AGING. We use no Clorinc or poison trasses. We do not use or add Phosphate to low tirade flour to force it to rise. We tilve you Hour from clean, sound Try it. wheat, no blend or adulterations. lo. 8 Garrard MillingCo V. Manley. Card of Thanks To the friends and neighbors who were so kind and thoughtful, during the illness and after the death of Mrs. Clarn darker, we wish to ex- pren our sincere thanks. ine ramiiy. CONN BROS. "i .i 3LJLJ i . i Foil. " .11 Baptist Church News Our Sunday School attendance last Mrs. Mattson Dead r. The Central Record issued Waakly. fl.Se a Payable in AeWaaca. R. Ye-ar- . J. E. ROBINSON, Editor. L ELK1N. Local Editor and Mgr. Un-caste- Knlered at the Pot Office In Mail Ky.. at Second-ClaMatter. THE AMERICAN PRESS ASJOCJATION r, LcaKer, It., Oct 19. 1922 eign conspiracy is hatched up against our country it is quite possible even for people of wealth to line up behind the good old (lag and tell all conspirators to go where it is warmer. Talk sense, cousins. We are not nil fools on this side of the Atlantic. ish enough to spend their Sunday was disappointing not only to Margaret Cleo Mattson, wife of money abroad when conditions tho Superintendent, but to all who Frank C Muttson, died Oct. rtth.. at of the School at her home, l'J77 K. Grand Ave., have are normal. But when a for- heart. the interest Several teachers were absent fol111., after a long illness from their classes with no provision made for n substitute. This works u hardship on the Superintendent, impairs the standing of the classes with the absentee teachers and lowers the: pirit of the whole school. We have a splendid corps of teachers, anil we want them each to know that their absence even for one Sunday creates a vacnncy that is hard to nil. We are hoping for a banner attendance next Sunday. The prayer meeting attendance was nearly 50, but we good last week should have more, and will have when every member realizes that the mid week meeting is as important as the Sunday services for spiritual growth anil development. Our next study will be, "What Ilaptists Uelicve About Baptism." The Juniors are doing faithful and constructive work under the splendid leadership of their President, Lillian Estes. They meet at f:l." Sunday evenings. Parents and other senior members are invited to attend these meetings and encourage the Juniors by their presence. The preaching services will be at the usual hours next Sunday. The morning topic will be: 'A Man Hunt." In the evening we will continue our study of world crises. The topic will be "The Crisis of the Cross." No loyal member will absent him self from the services of his church at thu appointeil times unless hindered by causes he cannot control. An earnest invitation is extended to all to attend our services. The Woman's Missionary Society, having postponeil their September meeting during the revival, met Tuesday afternoon. As had been rend by each member at home the whole time was very profitably given to the Ilible Study, "The Ministry of Obe dience," which was led by Miss !h- jjecca Wlliams, each member taking part. The October program will be given Kvery next Tuesday afternoon. miimber is expected to be present. The Sunbeam Hand had a very in teresting program Sunday afternoon, and in a business meeting following, much enthusiasm was manifested in planning to buy and dress a number of dolls to send to the Orphans' Home Christmas. lowing an attack of intluenzia in Jan- Ratea For Political Annouacaaaeats. Kor Precinct and City Offices. 9 5.00 10.00 For County Office For State and District Offices. 15.00 .10 For Calls, per line Travels of a Dollar Consider the rounds of a dollar when spent at home. The farmer receives it in ex.10 For Cards, per line change for produce he ships to For all publications in the interest of individuals or expresthe city markets. sion of individual views, per He pays it to the grocer. 10 line The grocer's wife must have Obituaries, per line . .05 a new gown, and it goes to the dry goods man. That gentleman pays it to his clerk, and the latter hands it over to the shoe dealer. Mr. Shoe dealer wants a new suit, and the clothing man gets it. DEMOCRATIC .TICKET A car goes on the blink and FOR CONGRESS the clothier transfers it to the HON. RALPH GILBERT garage man. The garage man is Biting Off Their Noses sort of a bird and dropsa itpious into The Attorney General of the the collection box at Sunday United Stntes rules that no services. foreign ship with liquor aboard Then it reaches the church can enter an American port. treasurer, and he tickles the This is in accordance with one palm of the preacher with it, of the provisions of our prohi- and the ministerial gentleman bition law. slips it to the milliner in ex Whether that law is best for change for a hat for Mrs. the country, or not, is matter Preacher or as part payment which each citizen must decide thereof. Mrs. Milliner needs some for himself. It is also a matter upon which public opinion is face cream, and the beauty acutely divided. parlor or drug store gets it. Tlx'n it goes to another Hut some of our foreign friends have taken umbrage at grocor for foodstuffs, and the the ruling and have threatened grocer hands it over to the a wholesale boycott of Ameri farmer for produce, and the can ports. They intimate that dollar starts off on another American tourists will find it round of calls. A sort of endless chain, you inconvenient to journey to Canada in order to take shii know. Hut if the farmer had sent for a trip abroad. Foolish babble of irresponsi that dollar to a catalogue house where in heck would it be by ble tongues', ' They take it for granted that this time? Certainly not in the comAmericans cannot exist withEurope and munity! out (locking over to strewing their gold broadcast. Kverything goes at the executor's Instead, they might with advantage to themselves reason sale of the late Howard King on Thursday, October 20th at 10 A. M. thusly: 1. If other nations put into olfcct a shipping boycott of our WATCH THE ports there is nothing to prevent Americans from putting a financial boycott into cflfcet Ordering New Freah against Europe. ' !i. America could exist very Goods every week. comfortably without any conThat Good FLOUR tact whatever with Europe. EVERYBODY WANTS 3. European countries would You Save The Difference find themselves mightily distressed if suddenly shut off R. J. EAGLE from all financial aid from this j Near Depot. Laneaster.Ky country. 1. Rich Americans are fool-- j uary last. Margaret Cleo Koxce was born in Garrard county, Ky., May 27, IS'J'J. She came to this state in l'.'OC, and has made this city her home since. She was married to Frank C. Mattson March 10th., 11111. She leaves beside her husband, two children, Kathryn and William It., al so her parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Royre, one sister, Ruth Royce and thrte brothers, Cecil and Otto, of Decatur, and Dr. O. V. Royce, of St. George, Utah. She also leaves a host of friends as she was ever ready to promote any good cause. devoted mother, n true She was and loving wife. Her faith in Jesus was her comfort in her last moments. We mourn not as those who have Our Father's precious no hope. promise soothes the broken hearts and bids us look beyond where our loved one waits in glory. X1 In Memory In memory of our belovesl mother, Mrs. W. M. Mogie. who departed this life Oct. 17th., 1921. Just a year ago we stood by the open crave and saw all that wns ,mnrtal of our dear mother consigned Only those whoi to the cold have suffered this loss can realize what a time like this means (Jod has been lavish in His gift of ihi many irooil things; hundreds of stars fautton.MakinQ Patents. Arta of World's Ceal Fit Ids. i ntent oftlce h The world's osi! fields coter M patents Hi least J.'.W.UiO ninsrv mile Issued inert" tbim 1 limiting tuition Stepping Stones. Mosquitoes Net Particular. lolnc the best you can Is the pracMosquitoes will hreed even In a tice you need to help you do better. little rain wntrr In an old tin can or tn an nndrnlned roof gutter. By No Means the Same Thing. There's a vast difference between New Oyt Mtthod. having nothing to du and twine; out of producing dyes a Job. A new nirtti'Hl from Inorganic mutter Iih tn la Immensity of Mammoth Cava. tented tv an I'nclMi ph)lclan. Tliere are one hundred mid rtfty Bird fvidtntly Without Faar. iiiles of uieliur In Mammoth cava, The ruddy kingfisher, a Idrd native Kentucky of Itornei. mules Its nest In the hire High Temperature In Mine. of a I'frnllnrlv virions klmt of hee. In n mine In the 1,'uitril .States, Sever Test .. Intellectuality. deep, the temperature Is n An Intellectual ilnnt Is n man who l.'BI decrees. can tell a lotorlt Intrlllgrtitljr how to reach the lie! limn. Atchison First Known Use ef Soap. Globe. I Ik- - nrt mention of the use of sop s h Pliny as being made from foafa isllow und beech tree nhe Tha Ensl ef a Ptrfsct Day. Marrgold (with an nir of happy Ms Tws Claims to Fame. retrospection) I'te Jut let Satan do Dr. Ilarte), win, discovered the cir'xnetly what he liked with me all day. culation of the Mood. s said to hare London Punch. been the tlrst coffee drinker In Sugar Always Cuba's Mainstay, Sugar lias been the principal crop Cuban Visiting Etiquette. crown In Cuba slnre Its curly iIjjk. Si reel visiting etiquette In the Cuand out half the cullltuted urea of ban home demands arnllrl runs of the oiintry Is devoted to rune. chairs one f,ir women and the other for men. Greedy. Jml Tunkln aj some men aren't Beauty In Suffering. satisfied with the Idea that the world Suffering becomes henutlful when owes them a living. They think they're entitled to the prlt liege of mi un.- - hears greul otlnimtles with hecrfulness, nut thniuch lnenslhllty, leading douMe life. Wasliluctou but throtish greatness of mind. ArisKlnr. totle. The I'nltsM State fr hslf-rull- Knr-lan- 11 The process of timrdatitliic filing djes In textiles .y nietnllle salts is dlscmered 2.!l jears nco. tine nfl the earliest dye was keniie,a scarlet j worm, known later as vemikull, which name surtlte In vermilion. Strategy. saw the entest little tint tbl Bfternooii." -- Did buy "Not jet. I've got to pick out more pensw one for my hush.im! In refus to buy so I can cnriiprvtiil- - nu this one." New York Sun -- I )u Itf r. 21 adorn the sky, thousands of birds sing their carol and millions of birds sini; bloom at our feet but in all the wide world we have only one mother How dark indeed would be this tune of partirtii from mother had we no Hut we hope of meeting again. know that in the loss of our best friend, she has gained a heaven y She is waiting and watcKrg home. for the seven of us children whose youthful feet she guided over the stony path to manhood and woman hood; ami may the memory of her teachings with the help of Cod so keep us in the path of right that when our summons conies we can say in the words of the grand old song, "Tell Mother I'll be There." Yes mother we hope to be there, This is our constant pruyer, And join with you In song, Foreign kings continue to squeeze Among thu snow white throng. their names into print every time they abdicate. Dear Mother we've missed you so, But (iod willed for you to go; Kngland and France, It seems, are it lest making up without So wo try to think un the point of For wc know you are at rest. kUsing. usasasasasasr. "s saaaaaaaaaaaaaaaasaiaaaaassT BBBBBeaBsalBKir- - . sotw. .. a3 jiai Prepare-for-Winfc- er DEMONSTRATIONS Daily at Our Store Come to these demorstmtions nd learn how to S.TVC half your fiul mor y how to huve u bctur hcr.t.J hc:ne how proper hentini; and ventilation help to keep the fumily happy and healthful. Here you will see the famous CALOKIC system of circt:!at!nu he;.. th heating plant that takes the coo' r out of tho house, as tho w.,rm .,r ;.nva in that pays for itself in th fivl it wes. Come. . It won't be to long we know Strayed or Stolen: From J. R. Until we are called to go, on Klrksville pike, last Sun-da- y Adkinson night, yellow shepherd pup. with Then may we all unite again In the land that knows no pain. whto on face and neck. Finder please My Children. return to Vernon Jones, Hackley, Ky. (It-pd- ) BIGSALE The estate of the lute Howard King must be wound up. His executors will on THURSDAY. OCTOBER 20, at 10 A. M. sell all the land and per sanulty for the High Dollar without reserve or limit. Careful at Least. "Vim klu lime yoli Hitter." said ''(limine a mule. A Uncle Klien. mule bus seusu enoiuli to hulk an' not try o puss In front of u locomolhe." Wukhlnctou Star. Ha a Skyscraper. III Demonstrations d i.ly. HASELDEN rrrrn' mm1 BEOS - central Massachusetts, ,iit of Notice (ho Connecticut talley. Is a ridge of All persons having claims against hills, which, after crossing Into New well known up the assigned estate of Tom Tracy or Hampshire, send wulch tower known us Mount Monad-nocMirth" Tracy llle same ut onco with :t,lMI feet, sas the Americas the undersigned, proven according to Forestry Magazine. This mngo conlaw, or my attorneys, Robinson and tinue nurtliwunl sending up un J. A. Heazley, KaulTmun. uk like Mount Sunn pee. tha atonal Assignee of Tom Tracy southern Kearsursv ami Mount i.'urdi- und Myrtle Tracy (MSi. (l(M92t.) 11 lilts w t.V. nil SYSTEM OF CIRCULATING HEAT nor mnriT sain i Th Central Rtcord Lancaster Ky. Thursday, Oct 19, 1922. ttHxtwHxwKtmwmmowwtwiKi 1 Buys $1.00 $1.98 IMIsse InMartha and Helen Danville Monday. ipent the d Gilt were t Mr. Allen Holtzclaw, of Lexington, week-enat home. Mm. J. II. Paxtnn, of Stanford, was a visitor In Ijinenster Tursdny. Mm. Curtis, of Crab Orchard, ii visiting her cousin, Mrs. James Conn. Doty are Misses Jnne and Mary visiting Mm. Robert Walker at Paint Lick. Mr. Goo4 Jnr Francis, spent who Is at d Corbin FALL DISPLAY OF as guard, home. .Mr. V. the week-en- at wai nt home but from Corbin for a few day F. Hrickey week. Mr. Ailolph Joteph is spending a jfew days In Louisville attending the Masonic Grand Lodge. I Men's Sweaters Men's Shoes Fresh Salmon Fish, Per Pound Sweet Potatoes, Per Bushel Irish Potatoes, Per Bushel . . 14ct. $1.00 $1.25 $1.50 $6.25 $7.25 Suits, Coats, Dresses AND MILLINERY DESTINCTIVE yes and alluring too, arc the beautiful VERY UNUSUAL to see styles and quality in i Keifer Pears. Per Bushel 30x3 Tires 30x3.1 Tires Jr, M J. J. Walker, Sr. and Joe Walker, Louis-I left Tuesday afternoon for villi- - for a few day's stay. Guaranteed 6,000 miles. Mm. It. J. Kngle went to Ilerea Tuesday morning to visit her dnugh- ler, Mm. W. H. Wahkn. Mr Clayton A. Wcarren, of Jcffcr- tontown, ik visiting relative in the town and county this week. Mis Sallle Lou MyeM has returned from Crab Orchard, where she has been nursing for several week. ! Sanders Variety Store The Red Front LANCASTER, KY. in ! DRESS SUITS AND COATS we are showing at such moderate prices as those we are showing These models are the newest creations from the largest manufacturers in the country. $9.98 to $39.75 Mr and Mm. Irvine - Wilson, of ' Friday Jellico, Tenn., were guest and Saturday of Mrs. Stephen Walk cr. Mm. K. II. Bourlnnd, Mm. Klbcrt Smith. Mrs. Stcnhcn Walker. Mr. and I Mm. Sam llaielden wrrv visitors in Lexington Monday. Mr W. M. Smith. Mr. Itobert Ray and Mis Emma Smith were visitor in Danville Saturday, of Mm. I.. C. Green and Mr, Green. I at prices that are attractive. SUITS COATS $16.75 to $49.75. $12.50 to $39.75. I MILLINERY SPECIALS MOST INTERESTING ire the beautiful and stylish $15.00 values $10.00 ladies fall headwear we are $8.00 showing. Prices low and qual- .$12.50 "values $S.OO values ity high. $6.00 ,' i Mr, and Mrs. Itobert Kmbry, of Lexington (pent lint Saturday and Sunday with Mr. and Mm. W. S. Kmbry on Maple avenue. Misses. I.01.1 Mitchell Brown and Kmma Smith have returned home af ter spending several dajs with Mm, Robert I.ayton and Mr. Iiyton. Mr. and Mrs. Ligc Stinnet anil on, Odts, Mr I.ynn Cobb and dnughter, jMiss Mattle Reulah motored to Nicho- tlasviilc Monday anil spent the day. ! The One Price Store Ur43U-33-3 House of Quality. Mm. W. M. Smith and Mis I.ula In Smith are spending several days ' H. Gulley ami Mr. nml Mrs. I). It. Allman. Mis Sue Dudderar spent last week I Mr nn.l Mm. Sam Mastlden and ' Mlc I.or.i Mitchell llrown and .n Stanford, the guest of her brotner ' sun, J It., were in Danville the past ,n Danville, where she has many week. friends who remember her pleasantly ' Mm. Welsh, who ha. been visiting j Mm. Ed !! entertained at a din as a resident of Danville some years ( her daughter, Mrs. Harry Tomllnson,' ngo.DanvilIe Messenger. has returned to her home m Ludlow. ner last Friday evening in honor of Mm. Elbert Smith, of Jrl'ico, Tenn. Miss Martha Gill, Miss Helen Gill, 4 ! (hi Cisslsss A RUI MtaiiM Mm. J. II. Perkins and daughter, .Mr. anil Mrs. Luther Gibbs attended on, Earl Mm. W. G. Clark Wl Alt kttnttU to. (May by Pi 'of Itarren county, are v siting her Ward and Miss Mi;ry and Clark the meeting' at Old Paint Lick PresJam Mefsm. J. T. and J. It. were recent visitors of It. ILWnrd byterian church Tuesday evening, brothem. MyeM. and family anil Mm. C. It. Henry and Itev. C, C. Mrown, of Louisville, is conducting the service. Mis Lena Bright has been a recent Mrs. F. P Frisbi left Moday for children, "f Kirksville visitor in Danville. Marian, Ky., where she will attvnd Mr. and Mrs. E. C. McWhorter, of Itev. Harry lltiilson has returned K the Synodieal of the Presbyterian from SprtngnVld. Mm. Martha Price FrUbie Is Mrs. Hudson will Lexington, paused through Lancaster church. relatives in Danville. continue her visit for a few days nnd Tuesday, returning from Clay county. they hail been visiting the Richmond, Capt. T. A. F.UIn and Mi Sallie will be accompanied home by her where .Mr. Clayton Arnold, of daugh- scenes of Mr. McWhorter's childhood, Klkln, of Lexington, were visitors of mother. Mrs. Thompson and v. as in l.ancasler making the entire trip by automobile. Mr. and Mr. Carlton F.lkin Saturday ter. Mr. and Mm. John Seotl are spend-- r Dr. Frank Cheek, of Danville, dejnnd Sunday. a Mm. W. J. Itomans a few days in Louisville. livered n splendid senium Sunday few friends Friday at her home on ' Mrs. Nell llallou and daughter, Mrs. It. E. Mcltotwrts left tins week Mis Lucille, of Stanford, hnve been morning at the Presbyterian church. Richmond street with nn elegant din stay at Martinsville. Indiana. guest of Mm. W. J. Itomans, on Dr. Cheek was ordained in this church ner. The table was decorated with for and is always glad to come to Lan- fall Mowers and a nitMt appetizing re Mm. J'iiimi Hall lia returned from Itlehnioml street. caster. past was served. The iguests were: a Vi.it to her daughter, in Stanford. Mr. and Mrs. George Smith are .Mrs. E. L. Owsley, Mm. Emma K'nuiT Mm. Elbert Smith, who has been man, Mrs. Nell llallou. Mm. Coleman Mrs. Beb Burnside has returned tpoiiding a few .lays in Louisville, visiting her sister, Mm Stephen from a few dny's "ay i Uussville. whine Mr. Smith is attending the Walker, has returned to her home in Gulley and Miss Lucille llallou. MtKnnie Grmul Lodce. Jellico, Tenn. During her visit a .Mr. nnd Mrs. E. W. Henderson, of Miss Sallie Low Mjiew has mturn- Miss Manlee Liar retutinnf home number of entertainments were given Hubble, were hostess u an elaborate m Dan- y ! from week's Tuiyday afternoon from VeMailles, In her honor. dining Sunday, in honor of Mr. and .! the schools having elo.d there on Mm. Douglas, of Paru, and had as Mr. and Mrs. Lee Holtzclaw enand Mm. G. H. Swiiiebroail will account of diphtheria. their guests. Mr. J. W. Bourne tertained at dinner Sunday. Mm. Nan spend a few tnys Ih Clneinnati this anil family, Mr. liowen Mourne and Mrs. Frank Cheek. Mr. Francis Holtzclaw, Mm. Ella Couch, Mr. Craig i eik Mm. ('heel. Mi P.hzaleth Cheek and Mr. Gooch, Mr. Herbert Holtzclaw. Miss family, of Danville, Mr. and Marks-bur- y Mason Pollard and sons, of returned Samuel Cheek, of Danville, were Josephine Gooch. .Mr. Allen HoltzMm. Marry Anderson has section, Mm. J. II. Bourne and visited visitors in Iwinraster Sunday. claw, Miss Sue Dudderar. Mr. Itay- from Louisville, where Mr. Cleveland llourne, of Iincaster, mond Holtzclaw- and Miss Mary Lee trxtids, Mm. Juljette Gill Ilurnard who has Holtzclaw. Mm. Marxaret Currey Itubinson Farra and Mb JfthweMn been spending a fW days with her Mrs. John irave n Ijveiy six o'clock dinner at In aunt, Mt. Jennie Duncan, left MonThe Association, Farra have ivon recent vttMar home on ItichmonU street, in honday for her borne In Valiington City. of Muckeye will have their meeting her Danville. or of MUs Gladys IKiy. of California, Thursday afternoon. Oct. I'f.th., in who was the guest of her brother. Mr. and Mrs. James Crouteher are the Mm. Kd Ross and nc4ee Mi Joso-- p auditorium after school eloses, Mr. Gayle Doty. The table, prettily in Luximcton. kvtt visiting their son, Mr. Itabt. Crouteh. Everybody is Invited, especially une Itaney, wre the laid, had for its centerpiece u large er. wIhi w in the Soldiers' Home in patrons are urged to be present Saturday as The niled with fall lUiwers Dayton, Ofc.u. and other relatives of tills is the time set apart for re vi.se Mm. tieorKia Miller Luk W tk' occasion proved to W one of unusuni that city. organization. ru.st (if her nistor. Mr. ItHberl E. pleasure. Mm. Vitell Kiiuwtnl ami sans, VirHughes, in LoMisville. Th pie supper which was given reMr. and Mm. H. T. Tumor gil. Jr., and David Walkor. have Saturday evening under the manageMrs. lornie Clay of Richmond, i entertained nt their beautiful turned from a viit to her jKtretits, ment of the As.ioci-ati.visitin her nelec, Mrs. W. H. Hur. Mr. (Hid Mrs. Have Walker, in Winns-Wo- , home on Buckeye piko recently the High School building at nt the t"ii, on Maple avenue, following, in honor of their daughter, Ohio. Muckeye was well attended. IncludMm. E. K. Fletcher and handsome Mr. William Mall has returned from ing the ice cream and candy sold, the M4M. W. 0. Itiguey, Itois llastln, grandson, Victor Boyd Fletcher, of ucccpted a position in II. Kelley. J. It. Mnscldeii, Virgil amount realized was J'JK. Stanford ami Indianapolis, Ind.: Mr. and Mm. 11 Co. Store. the A. M. IListin Conn and Frank Conn left Monday Mi Itessio Turner who. has been F. Smith, Mr. and Mm. C. 0. Yater Miss Mary' Owsley who teaihen in for Louisville where they will attend spending the summer with her sister nnd little daughter, Henrietta, Mr, with the Masonic Grand Lodge. Lexington, spent the week-enami brothers, of Indianapolis, Ind., and Mm. Itobert biyton, near Dunlap. mother, Mrs. Ilalliu Mr. and Mm. Willie Smith, Everybody was glad to see Mm. has returned home. She was accomSaturday, panied by her sister, Mrs. E. K. Mr. and Mm. John Black ami two Mm. J. It. Mount left this week K. K. Fletcher in town children, J. B. ami Elvin, Mrs. Willie for Howling Green, where she will shaking bands with her warm friends. Fletcher and handsome little son, who marriage will remain for n few weeks with Griggs and two children, Marie and visit her daughter, Mm. T. M. Wil-su- Mrs. Fletcher beforu her D'.llJe Grigg. friends and relatives. was Mis Kllcii Turner. r Gossip About People v? J -- vlsl-tin- Frid. (ntt-rtninw- ' r of DanW. It. Cook, of Danville, was Mr. George Swmebrond. with his parville, spent the week-enLancaster Wednesday. ents Mr. nnd Mm. 'J. B. Swlncbrond. Mrs. E. L. Owsley is visiting her daughter Mm. V. R. Cook, in The many friends of Mr. Earl Ttater, of Crab Orchard, are glad to Mr and Mrs. William Nortin vW.jknow ',f ,v'h"", fuVcr' ,Th'' fal"' y of ted Mr. and Mm. Luther Brlckey last!"1 .nr. i eiiiiT ri.iic retriiibiy mu.vu .tun, weekT this county to Crab Orchard. Mrue M. B. Mas in nnd Mis Miss Irene Pledalue, Field Agent In Shelby Mason will spend the week Clothing, of the College of Agricpl-turend in Louisville. will give two Millinery Demon- Mr. ami Mrs. I.oyd Bourne anil titrations in Garrard county. The daughter, Ella Mae, and Lois Virginia first one will be held at the Buckeye j School building October 'Jtith., and were visitor in Keren Sunday. the second at tbe Bryantsville School Evelyn Mises Elizabeth Hagan and building October "JTth. These demguests of Daniels were week-en- d onstrations are open to women and Mises Irene nad Virginia Smith, of girls in the community. You are inMillersburg. vited to be present. These demonMr. and Mm. Thelman Miller, of strations will begin promptly at ten Louisville, are guests of Mr. and o'clock cacn morning. Mrs. J. B. Conn and their little grandOn Monday night, October 0th son, Briscu Conn, Jr. friends and relatives gathered at the Mr. Raymond Holtzclaw, Mr. Allen humc of Mr. and Mm. Lin Cobb, on Holtzclaw and Miss Sue Dudderar the Lexington pike, the enjoyable guests of Miss Jose- occasion being their daughter. Miss were wetk-enMattle Bculah Cobb's 17th. birthday. phine Gooch and brother Refreshments of cake and ice cream Mr. and Mrs. Jnmes ltobinon, were served and games were played. Mist Etta Itubinson and Mr. and Mrs. They all departed at a late hour, Ed Hubbard, Jr., were guests of rela- wishing her many more such happy tives in Richmond Sunday. birthdays. Those who attended this Mrs. Then Currey will arrive this delightful ntTair were, Misses Alltne week from Lmcaster and will be Sherrow, Elizabeth Dalton Grace anil Whittaker nni the guest of Mr. and Mm. Fisher Ethel Barnes, Gaines for a while. Danville Mess- Lucy and Nolie Turner, Messm. Jasper nnd Clint Sherrow, Joe Edington, enger. Odis Stinnett, Gene Scott. Critt and Mm. Ben Itobinson, who under- Arthur Turner, Floyd Tom, Lcwih went an operation at the Danville and I.oyd Barnes and Orrar WhitHospital, i doinK as well as could be taker. hope Her many friend expected. Thursday's social ealamier was disfor a speedy recovery. tinguished by a reception riven from of Richmond, eight to ten o'clock in the Club Mrs. Mary Coley, Ky. and son, J. - Coley, of Hunt- rooms, it being the first fall meeting' visiington, W. Va were week-enof the Woman's Club. The all air tor of her sister, Mm. Znreldn Gul- although unite informal was attended ley, on Hili Court, by about seventy-fiv- e members and the appointments were of the most who has Itev, V. C. Carpenter, attractive nature. The guests were been a missionary in Porto Itico for received by Mm. E. B. Ilourland, a number of years, will speak ut the president, Mrs. It. E. McRoburts, ChrMmn Church next Tuesday afMis Helen Gill, vice presiternoon and evening. Mr. Carpendent, and Mr. Sam Ilaseldun, tie.i"-ur- er a brother of Itev. Homer W. ter During the receptiun an exce'-leof Richmond and a pleasi -- I hi inuMcnl program wni furnished cordialing speaker. The public Mr. d - e, d I- d . mi-1-- , nt is ly invited to bear him. by Mis Mary Davis. Mrs. Clinton evrl - Among the Governors of Divisions, Eentucky State Fedi ration of Worn- en's clubs who came Monday to at-- ! ......... I ..r I liltut ,i, VI liv, j, t. ill irun .L Phoenix hotel the afternoon at the were: Mm. John Storines. of Lancaster, Mrs. George Webb, of Louisville, Mr. It. I.. Johnson, of Clintonvillo, Mrs Walker Worshani, of Corbin, Mm. Keene Arnold, of VeMailles, and Mrs. D. W. Payne, of Providence. Lexington Herat i. Pnrcnt-Teache- m Parent-Teacher- 's m d hr n. Mrs. Mary E. Luu mi mugnier. Miss Mnttie, accompanied by Mr. audi Mm. Turner Bluir, of Lexington, were I wblti Iiioiil- - r.'irrtivl nut in t)i l.pit . culled to Cincinnati last FnJay by MklM1 Mi the death of Mrs. Lull'. brother, Mr. for the evening were Mrs W. M. G. 11. Evans, who tlivd in a hospital, Mrs. Carlton Elkln, Mrs. S. A. Thursday night, after an appendix Walker and Mrs. Will Diekerfou. operation. Mr. Evans wa connected The atruir was indood one of rare with the Erie Railway utfice for a pleasure and whs .iIki ttlstingushed number of wars and leave a w.fe by the charm and grace of hospitality and two children mid several sisters 'for which the Chili Women are nted. and brothers. The enrollment of the Woman's Club Mr. and Mm. Jim llastiu and grows larger each year, (showing Uie laughter, Mm. Williams, of Halls interest of women in the hotter issues Gap, were pleasant visitors of Mr. of the day. The regular nwting will and Mrs. J. I. Hamilton Sunday. be held Thursday fiernoon in the Professor Carl A. Lam-perMr. Biutut is SI years old and Mrs. club rooms. head of the Department of Bastin Is KU yeuM old. They have been married C'J yearn and hud ten Music, University of Kentucky, will children; only one has passed away. give the opening Wcture, "Musical Appreciation," on tholr winter's pro They are n wonderful couple and the trip. Mr. Bastin is the gram, oldest brother of Mr. A. II. Bastin, of Work never kills a, lazy man.' this city. Bastin. Mrs. Harry Tomllnson and Miss Wilder. Animated oonveMatimi further added to the pleasure of ihe evening. The rooms were transform- ed into a visum of loveliness by a profusion of fall ilowam. artistically arranged, white co4mm being the favorite blossom, ferns, corn stalks and ivy vine. The flub color, green and white ums used throughGruon UpiM in crysout the rooms tal and silver sticks were al.--o used on the mantles, tabltot anil plana nnd baskets tilled with the i;rnrful white cosmos were beautiful. The color scheme of green nnd ..,.. t, The Central Record. Lancastct, Ky., Thursday, Oct 19 1922 Executor's Sale THE CHERRY MAN By Ik Garrard National Farm Loanissn PER MOLLIE MATHER. Acres 602 county land mum Subdivided All Live Stock, Farming Implements, Etc., of the late HOWARD KING At Absolute Auction on the Premises Thursday, Oct 26th AT TEN O'CLOCK PROMPT caster and Danville. TRACT NO. 1 We have been commtaioneil by W. T. Kinjr. Sr., and' W. T. Kinj;, Jr., as executors of the late Howard Hint; tn .sell the following property on the above date for the High Dollar without Reserve or Limit. Night on the Dixie Highway, about !! miles from Hryantsville LOCATION in Garrard County, about 10 miles from Nicholasville and convenient to Lan- Contains 8G acres and is known as the "Glass Farm" or "Uroaddus Farm." All in blue grass, meadow anil stubble except about 8 acres Lays well and well watered by never failing springs, etc. Some fruit. in corn. 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 laud. some one and right on the Dixie Airline Highway. TRACT NO. 2 Known as the "John Will Poor" or "Carrie Hulling" farm and containing 52(5 acres in all will be subdivided into two tracts by the Dixie Highway. Tract "A" contains 148 acres, all in clover. Limestone land, lays well and watered by pond, good springs, etc. Old orchard. Neat residence of live rooms, two porches and all necessary outbuildings. Heady to "Punch" and make money. Tract "H" Just across the Dixie Highway from tract "A" contains J178 acres of which ltlll 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 rooms, 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. bull, 9 head of mules, extra LIVESTOCK 0 cows and calves, :i steers, good ones; 7 head of horses and mares and one colt, 142 hogs, 15 sheep, etc. e wagons, hay rake, FARMING IMPLEMENTS Gasoline engine, t! mowers, binders, cultivators, harrows, wheat drills, harness, a number of plows. Hlizzard Cutter, in fact all tools necessary to operate a large boundary of land like this, 10,000 tobacco sticks, one Hssex car, in good condition, all household and kitchen furniture, etc. CROPS 150 acres in corn, 12 acres in tobacco, 45 tons of hay. one ton of oats, '.) acres in hemp, etc. Remember this, is an Executor's sale. This estate has got to be wound up. This stuir must SELL for whatever it will bring. The bridle is olT. It is left absolutely with YOU to say what these valuable holdings are worth. Mr. Investor and Speculator, it will pay you to look this property over. We invite the closest inspection. It is well located, good productive land and an ideal place to raise ?tock. 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 eay and made known on day of sale. Dinner on the ground by the good Methodist ladies of Hryantsville. For full particulars see, write or phone either W. T. King. Sr., and Jr., Kxe-- t u tors uf Howard King, Lancaster, Ky., or 1 1 two-hors- HUSHES & McGARTY, COL. J. B. DINWIDDIE ON THE BLOCK Stanford, Assisted by Col. A. T. Ky Sc-U. 30,000 Bushels of Rye few year from wheat, th i result that the iiig 'he r"4 iu! fair to be wit.ih n the putt 'ia med u n COUHt'CH Hi ft 111 I .tl lll,lll of I'nir i rop on many 1 'ir.ttian ounty For Cover Crop lirinj Wanted in : itc :u ng 'Jw prcacnt fall. fur.u. l.avt- eaUM' i u.utit of the uu of rye thu year. Wheal ChrulUn County Cnrut.an inuniy farmer believe, that Itonen rye i epeciully sutltfuo yield at low a cven or right hutifl a cuwt crp became uf tht an acre uere reported in the county .Mt.ro than 30.000 kuh-..f rye. twry i.f wi,U u of Out ltuen variety. vigfwwu growth whteh It make, thin yonr with the reult that many m...i eutrty Tfcojr aU Oad thul it toU out more farmers were compell,! to take up i tbultiK mod by OtriMWH emawoa ry. one bufccl f iti the growing of wmie other cover crop d fur cover, th th fait a farmer that would give more profitable re - bing equal to one aw! uno-ha- lf crops that are bentr planted tu protect flehU f ram erroia and loach- - bf hl af whit ryo. Although there turn. , ing lurinK the eoming witur, accent- - ( "r wverol utkvt crop that nro uit-The UHsiiikulik Turk appean to provunt mmI washing and plant ini; te It. I'm SlepbvftMM. Mil ami HKik with uuupwikablu piHiibilitie.t during th winter, ry ociaUt of lh CuhVge uf Ak-- 1 crop w proving tu be the nioit popular at Iiihv. nculture. who ha Jut returned tnm county. Thi i " Chrwtion a trip to that motion of the tatc. This ii the time of year when the ecwlly trut- whri' th crop in to woman of the house can turn her tail Ueplte the fact that Chrttian coun- ror graiiing or turned under winter' hat hind part before and ty In the pat ha beon one of the'1' ' lring. Many tobacco, cow-tht- - trut olf m a new creation. loading wheat producinu' count! in ' oybean and corn Held are tatc, the acreage of cover crop' wled to tit crop. In cae thl full ii uxnitcted to oxriod' (where farmers wUh to crow a cover that of wheat. for ht U to be harvc.ted The ceding of cover crop, on landi A close shove f tl mwt l'""1" that Knw cultivated crop, .luring the! nMl ,,ar' popular. The yield of thl crop ha summer jutt pat I now in full swing MENTH0LATUM been around 110 buthel an acre on m practically every section of the laud that produced only ivven or eight comforts una ate. The importance of this farm practice has been treed during the bushel of wheat an acre. UuitatUfartory yield obtained dur- Just fow years by the college cxten- a v o ii .wi acreage of iJ' i i ' , i lU, tr W urn N'-- r fnh.i t S.illle rnalmil illr,iii..ilai'ly I i vii tlie lung rowi, of ilifri) ini". It uu not mil uru I fur Sullle to l illniiilnte; In furl, her im u Iikt r spirit Indetil. Hut Aunt May belle Wick in etiiMikli tu tr) mid nn' 1'itli'iiie Tu go im relnihe ioiiihiii. Secy-Tr- c. IHl to Allllt .Mii)Ih.,.. niter lier invn fittlier'n death. IihiI nl tlie lime ii pnitldenllat npporliitill). roiiipnnloiiii'iip with Aunt Mny tn'llf now sivtneil fur from prmliliTi MANSE No Flirting In Korea, tial, Truly the fortuinfioored l.idy ( Delayed) l unknown uiim.iis Knre.in I'turted from her .irj'lmnnl uleiv duty, Indt-etlgtrl R unmarr'ttl girl la to Hit' Inst detail. Now. eeli the Sunday Koreo l mi illsrnii-iMr. Urn Dunn opent ty vsrit e.ik' imiH'Ct of a long tour thnmcti with Itcv. Itnmney. lug to ii mule not uf her own family country In Aunf i.ilnllnl Mr. Vm. Hurt, Sr., win burhnl at that idic often kill herself ralhrr thun ear broiiKlit no ntitlrlpatlmi endure the li4inv Mame cemetery Oetnher 9th. Above nil. Aunt Mii)llle Wlrkn n a Inig nt muiih iIIi.i Itrv. W. A. Knmiey it attending Can Fith Milntltig limit tut t himxmI Aunt the I'reOiyttry in liichmwid thw no rnir. tint there I1li Imte for tier fortune nnd not her week. ilelet-MMintK ut iloilht that ilo t fnee. nnd Ml Vck hud found lilm It Ml. Kayc Wartl ealrtnlNel a lutMt HRglrr know tu i heir t out lu Dine to MiH'k tiH plan. Vtm at number of young hme In prttbaMe tlol they feel the 'tirj. that day tin ii Were to her luerelv n tltlllt Hhllh MiUtMl M't up III I ho dread ii,tflty . nf omrw one luid ti Inut Saturday night. hy tf a tenMIhe mre hire them to liA nfter fiirnnr.-.- , nr The t1rt foot ball game pla)etl be. water to mow lawn. Now Aunt MayMle tw it'll Mane and I 'a lot IJk reulttd tttat run dwu oarli nlde "f their Ixnllex. tnnildlm: her mind hut the prolx In a core of 4 to 0. in of lem if a aultnlile elmurfeiir fur tln long trip pliimuil. with iiidy her trlinl .Maine. Drldal Suptritltlon. rompnnlmi in nxiielnle Mio Jennie .iimI Anne lliggln Mu Wirk' nmW her own Nn hrtde wtll Ited nnd Mr. wedlliS frltniN renoluiely rejiftiil the dti.iir-o- f accomiktnietl by Ml u nloltl e If khe tleMie nrifpilni: h,r Imitation tu Inln (iiirnet Tudor. in nt lat Saturday In mUfmiiinr M the flrtt If I In the ride. Itlrkmunil. If m lltv. t h fitriiute TliN iiiililny mnrtilne. ni Sulll t i f ilii-tl. the tiri'Iegri-.I1 .Sunday wa rally day far the mu-l.neled tree. UllRliI lictween tlie rl-lilm while If kirl There wa Hill, Sun. lay .School ut Mnnre he n thinking lion- Jolly tlir inim hi, tie ,arr t i HSU that a large attemtunre and a collection he try might be ulth wime yoiittifiit. .i of ID.1.00 for S. S. extension. mil to enjoy with her lt Id mitle. The Aociation A cherry lilt her tiinrrly en lo--r gathered at the home of Mr. John JWNWIITEtCO iiplnrinil foreliend. Sullle Imiglieil. Tudor latt Saturday (.OUItVIUt. RT. and ha. I an ell Iixiklng up Into the limm-lir- . her iihh bteU!dli tat of lnorliillle gone Then Sullle (Hit fashioned picnic dinner and qui. ting l,wlinnlimiil The mother thu had a day away run Vain pa up mid Mured. A young mini f unc llclitly on n limit of the tree nnd from home rare and ih:'. !ren wi.th Furs Riw wn a rest t n tared ilimn wllli tlark nNiojetli Ml nm n trry." lie nld. "Tlmt one the pull." Tl.f jtiiing iiiiiii wore linin eoitmi ii'Mill. nnd n dlreputulile lrlH lint lll bared Imiun nrm reuelietl W 0 KICNKY ii OKKrK.SON tiluher for mure lierrle. the "Slrilticer uled . pleiiiig cotintry t MMiug in.ui. n eomtitl.in reminded Sillle of Inking ii part; lie xmlied. "Ye. II trnilirer," "lie replletl. "Aunt Wlrkt mid I are guet nt the Imtt'l until we run tl iii a MitUfnctnry rliiiiifleur to tnki U mi our nj. The brought from the city, or me IffjdllriHT I lil llf U.'t, OtliCf I'htille rnttuT, the em ulm lirmicht n on from the elt). left tunldenly. ieeuu Aunt didn't like lilt Maying out until li oVIiM-when he mii otT tint." nltl the limlerMnilillng "I young mini. "Aunt l one of thne K'tie wlm on ii )uii. hotly nnd mhiI, If you work for tlinii." 0o JUDSON calf f ir ".She ." asreetl Sullle einphiitltKll) Mr aid Mr Hugh Simpnn, were "Hut )ou don't work for her." the (Delay. II young man Mild, MYn are her nlit e.- guet Tut'Adny of Mr and .Mr ilaily Kay are the Hubert Si tii win Mr alid Mr "Alid." Snllle torrefted. "Iter hlreil We are pliiuiilng happy parent of it baby boy roinpntiloli well (.'nllic liny and mn, Clay, Mr n long trip now"--he- r time iw wlt Kttu Co Mi w:i the gtlet lat were guet Sunday of Mr and Mn. fill- - "It might he ueh a ery ilellcht-fil- l (Jrow. .Mrs Newt liaymond llurchell. trip, with the rleht MHipe. Moiin-IhIii- . Thunday of .Mr. and Mr. John Lake are vt- you ktmu, nml ipinlnt little lmi Mr. Itaymwnd Kay burn ami chilto Mop t. nestling luirk ugillnM the ting friend in Kockcattle county. dren were guet reciTitiy of Mr. and irreen. oh, I ht-- your purdoii," nld Mr. and Mrs. C. It. Naylor were Mr. Jame Kmlcr. pardon faille. It u renlly her Sunday of Mr. Jame Koter. Mm. liaymond llurchell and daughhe nn begging for undue couitiiunl-ilithenei- guett Mr. and Mr. Win. Illack are re- ter, were gueat Weilnetday of Mr. "I thought." ulie ipik'kly ndtleil. "that ytui inlk'lit nllly- - he joicing over the arrival of a baby V. M. Whittaker and daughter. utile to tllreet me tit a i'iinilile liuiiif boy. Mr. anil Mr. J. W. Dalley delightfeiir." Mr. John Yatcr wa the guet Sun- fully entertained Sunday :n honor of "I gueK," he remarked iiiinliik'ly, About twenHint I could Mand the old lady If you day of Charlie Yatcr, who H quite Mr.. l).nle' birthday lu tick. IM like that trip nijxlf. ty guet were present rnn. Everything lieell Wlll-luthe ery thing flirt pent gtHHl to eat, ronioting of meaU, ala.l Mr and Mrs. John Doohn for to gel oine here. ee Thur lay w ith Mr and .Mr I. I. and ice anil cake were icrved. The tht "orlil. I'rett) dull iiroiiml here Smith guit 1. fi wuhnig Mr and Mr. I will npply." u I happ nwi n y inure Mr ( II- Nayliu' old ..me thoat l)a;lt!.!) Sullle mii ilmihtful. "You lme to h'-jt- l pnt jur Iti., and a .i ohe remlmleil til lit. lat week at he recoilltllotnh-it.The pli'jiMint young limn trhuntl. "I will he. hue Strntlon "III recom NiiImmIv lieltrr kliouil llletl'l Uie. Strnttou. I'e arotiml hen than I Pi ilrhi i for lilm a tot. In on Hiii.' 'H Sullle ua JultlUnt. "I'oiue rlslit on to the hotel tilth lilt now." In- - Mild "I iiiiiM have my written llrM." the jollllg Ilillll Mild, want In eleau up." "und t'leiinllig up" iniiile it wonderful Sullle etiiild Imrtlly difference that thW msitly tlad ptToii wllh the MiitMitli dark hair wax the "cherry Art you a "roll" of money motiiul in man" of the uiiirnlng The )uung your pocki'tV If so il in nut num. lu turn wiin otorw helmed by the aiivtltini; ftir . In her dainty i harming you. I'uKxibly it is bi'itiK fritten-i- l awnv little ly 81 . friH-kof hl "lnk glnshiim" littli-- . "She wh inlilll) lllee till li me. TRY I hp way, tin prufttalilv wav. Opt-morning." he wan thinking, "but now" a savhiKs atcotint anil keep ymir in this bank. proed in lie a itnirteoui nnd "Jim" It won't fritter, but it Wll.I, earn iiit'eiot for you. delrhle tliMurfeiir. liven .Ml Wick roubl not v It lift unit the tbariii of hl i'llglll.'lllK periillHllty. Sullle often found lierftdf rtdlett from duty n a rtiuipiiuloti. .Mm wa not only well hut Federal Farm Loans: RATE OF INTEREST 5 CENT. For information sec G. B. SWINEBROAD, t'nii-tinne- lt . l uiiiii-bate- Mny-bell- e Mrf t 1 pplo hr rt fr fer 1 J it nnrel l H ute-'lit- i - t I'arent-Tenche- r' mm co. te liere-atMiil111-- dlu-let'- w. o. moNEy & 1 Funeral Directors und Embalmers Lancaster, Kentucky. k " tlf ou 1M uay l'e - " jut i' I This Kank - Is Worth ' 1 Money To You. bitter Si iippi-amnre- ''"! P. - heal. It l.ifiiine a hiihlt. utter Alliit Mn) hello had retired for the night, for the coiiikiiiIoii nnd the I'hiiliffeur to n ret. ii h with one thought, Um the nitoiilll ermidii of Millie rtunmitle old inn where they might be stoppliu'. "PeareM." the c!"'rry mull Mild Hittly, "don't )oii know Unit there enil bo lio parting lielweeli you iiml met I luue lined )ou, tler. from the moment I looked down from my father's i berry tree to we you heueiith It. Sly father l lo tor Strut ton, mid I hud returned from itilleiie. with my new diploma, prepared to help lilm In lil pnifelnn. You niui come und make for uk u home In the big hoi'M' Unit llceiU a womiill. I Heed my wife. Sullle." And though Sullle did not nwr, there win no need. . 4 PER CENT PAID ON TIME AND SAVINGS DEPOSITS. The Garrard Bank & Trust Go In ALL WE SELL TRAVELLERS CHEQUES PAYABLE PARTS OF THE WORLD. t Th Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thuriday, Oct 9. 922 1 1 SURPRISE CONTESTS ARE VERY EFFECTIVE MAKKSBURY 3 I LOYO Remarkably Good ResuHs Shown In Western Cities. Milk Dttttr Dltllktt to turprlttad With Dirty Product en Hit Wtgon. EiBOcltlly Whtn Rttultt t A I , CHEER-U- P Art Publlth.d. ! irl-- 4 hr L'nlttil aittst l'rM-"- " Murprlo milk contests cimteMi In which tin milk Midi by tarlnti ilml-rrIn n city In compared by taking samples occasionally without warning lmp Imth wry effective In Improving s th milk supply nf imiiijf cities. of this kind curried nut with the Con-test- SALE Beginning TODAY and continuing until November 5th, 1922, 1 quote you the following low prices on high-clas- s Merchandise. H'i! Yard Mcst Ito.it,' Mr. J. I). Ray is better t thl Mrs. Forest Curtis ha returned writing. ii very plmnnnt vitlt to Mr. ami Mr. S. N. Sanders son, Mr. lUy nml family of Huckcyc. Jim and dauihter, N'nnnle, spent Sun-da- y Mim Knnnlo Sutton nml Mm. Syler with Mr. nml Mrs. William S. l nf Kast l.nncntiT, tervlcw Kay. here Sunday ami wrrc the dinner Mr. nml Mrs. - L. Matthew, Mr. Kui'stt of Mirt. Wm. Hlnnk. Mr. ami Mrs. (ieo. Hutlman were alio and Mrs. Hill Sinpm were guest.t I of Mr. nml Mrs. Wllllnm Matthew , their KUi'tt-i- . from wi-ck'- s ntU-ni'i-i- I- assistance of I hi- - t'nltcd Ntnti-- lcpnrt t of Agriculture have shown remarkable rtcj1 n In n iiunilirr of west irn cities, Tlx bacterial count ..mid ......... II - .. ill-IIPillHill ii'illl ...lit, s, in i s I ii Ift. - .1.1... inniic up rrom i nr results ir tests or maples friiin ctrli of tin ilrlltery sys s iiM-nI " trtns. Iii Uiiiir Uracil, 1'iillf, the hiiclcrlnl count Iii the llrst mutest unit I IS.lTtM , III tin. last contest It wus itnMii ti II.NJt. In the first tin' aler ter score uf the: milk sold there wna IMA, anil In tin- - lnt It wan u to I" KIT The milk sold In Riverside. Calif , I tit proved In liartrrlnl count from si to M'Si, ami rum In score from fClKt In tOlVt. t,ot Angelr ilralrrn, ts a result of Ihriie sorrf!"" contests, main-treImprovement In the quality nf the milk Mipply tirliKlnr down t It (Mint from HI.IQi to r. ami rnl mg tli tcore fruni moo to US K. Tin t1ciirr of Portland, Ore thanr-x- l from HM'. m t.'I.OTO, ami from 7H.Hi to ViXi. The numlHT of bacteria In a utile centimeter or "Seattle milk was Irixijlit from ill, I'M down tn .tl.lH anil the score waa lifted from SM to aM-rugllll-V- llrainl Drum GinRhams, Fast Color, 'JOcts. per ynnl, now . . F'crcalit, Dark and Light Colors, per yard .Shirting'. A.xsortfd Color., per yard With- Miss llnyni' if Lexington, Mr. nml Mrs. Sam Sutton of who has roncluilcil n wtt-k'tny with and Mr. and Mr.. Fred Sny.Mitt Susan K. Sutton ipent Sunday Mrs. Tom Ilnolln nd Mr. James ulth Mrs. Kl Suton. Sm will be der, Foster ipent Sunday with Mr. anil I the KUi'tt of Mift Kucenin I'ollanl nml Mrs. J. I). Kay. ,.Mr. Motr I'ollanl for the week. The stork visiti I tS? fallowing i Mrs. Mote Pollard rhnparoncd n homes the past week, nml with Mr. party of younc folk to n chestnut and Mrs. Harris Tenter wn left a jhunt last. Suti'nlny. They Joined girl, named Anna Margaret, with Mr. party nt Pnlnt Lick, who were and Mrs. William itlack. a boy, callconveyed to Cnrtersville in aulos, ed William Kceth, with Mr. nml Mr. jtwohor.ie wnKont, etc. A opletilid Hailey Kay, a hoy, named J. I. I noon lunch wa served by the young 'ladle. The day vn ideal for the It seldom worries n cheap man to i ciutintr nml n few chestnuts and per- get found out. Mmmons were procured. The day W-s!, ry t er Sunday, . .18ctt. 18cU. 18cts. ,wn thoroughly enjoyed, but they Politicians mnki promises. Stateswere n tired lot of hunters on their men accomplish VMch remits. .arrival home. should we send to WnhInj:ton? l.LSht'ftiiiis', (Jood. per yard Soft Mlt aeh, per yard I'cppvrifll Sheetlti";, Unbleached, per yard, O'BRYAN OVERALL SUITS IttiK.-i-, lOctt. 15ct. and 17ctt. Program NINTH DISTRICT 422cU. Hleachetl 45ct. $3.25 'JdUxn-- J inches, each 89ctt. Ladies I'.lack, White and Tan Hose, per pair ..lOctt. Keqtucky Christiaq EndeaVor Uqioi bANCASTER CHRISTIAN AND CHLMCH i HAVE THE BEST LINE OF SHOES I'VE EVER HAD AND AH ADDING A BIG LINE OF RUBBER GOODS. .Salmon, per can Corn, per can A tnllk ilrnlrr ilmi not like to he sur prised with illrly milk on hl wacnii. especially when lln result of tin' ure to he ptildUlnil In the local pup- - ri. Ulun lil score goes up li rinds tlx' iuiiiNt of his Customers going 'IP, when tin' harterlal count Increases he Mul an Increase In tin nuinlfr of ct buncuster, KcntuclC SATURDAy SUNDAy lrt . . lOctt. 10cU. lOcts. 89cto. &:00 October 21st and 22nd, 1922 SATURDAY Song Service, led by MORNING .Mr. Wm. (J. Klingman Kev. II. S, Hudson ut iii,n, IWk aiul liians, per lan I TO DESTROY CANADA THISTLE Tint Step In Eradication It to Pra- vtnt Std Dtvtlopmtnt Ditk In Early Fall. The I iiiiiiiIh tlilntlf, alH kuomi na tlin rurMil tliltli. I out- - of the wirt pent It pri'iul hy Itn rixil tfliiH n ui'H nil li il It tr:iili ;i WILL HAVE BY NEXT WEEK IF NOT SOONER LEXINGTON SPECIAL FLOUR Per Sack LEXINGTON FLOUR, Quality Guaranteed. Per Sack THESE PRICES GOOD ONLY UNTIL NOVEMBER 5lh., 1922. LOOK BEFORE BUYING. Devotional 75ct. iil tlcn intall n lnre aniount or Tlif unlvpmlty iliMrli.mniit AfliT tin irraln l Inml nlmulil lm lrrn rut tin' I plow lit ilrvp iiiiukIi to hrllii: tin of tin' tlillli' to tin' inirfan Dldkliif tln mirfui-- iMiltltimi lu tin arly fall lll pri'ti-n- t tln trrimtli of rirt nl m rrailhtitioii, my fnnii tniii In to prru-n- t uorl tfi In C. Z. ENGLE, Lancaster, Ky. 2. .10 l:4.r Hy The Challenge of Christian Kndertvcr What this Convention should mean to each one of us..C. 1! Hastln. PresWent !lth. District C. K. Utdiwi District Work and Hanner Points Mls Ccmrgla Dunn, Held Sotncary far Ktntucky 0. E. Nnuiing Committee Closing thought Mizpah SATURDAY Song Servictn AFTF.RNOON SKSSION llifi-'tn- nii DOINGS AT PAINT LICK Ititere.HtitiK News of Kast Knd Capitol Gathered Alert Correspondents Mr Win. Ualston pent Sunday in of Mrs. McWhorter' cousin, Mr. K. (!. Woods and .Mr. Woods recently. Lexington. Dr. II. J. Patrick, n and Mrs. Montgomery Ilr rrcent visitors In Danville. from thr Paint Lick Lodge of the ilrst of Jewel! Wa'lato tpm Saturday and Muon, was in I.oui-vilthis week to atetnd the Grand Lodge. .Sutiduy with nm mother. ' le Early Start. A iliH'tor lately miirrteil n girl whom 2:05he hail Hollered Into the wor'd twenty year ngo. Ileal line at llrsl li:ht. Inidon opinion. New Otccl Wheels. Forged III one pine, :i lifl whe bat hii'ii Imeu'rd for aulnniolillex Including riiii", HikeK, huhs uml hrukt -- - 3:05 ilrilinv- - I'xehMHge. Canada Thiatlt. Mrs. Woodt nml Miss Miiry May are vsitlng in Smithfield. Mr Fred Wilon ojis been here v. tmg MiM Mnry Ilrandenburg. Judge anl Mrs. Treailway have n recent in Pnint Uck. Mr and Mrt. J M. Motcnlf were guests of Paint Lick friends Inst week. Mr and Mis. Iturnett Koop enter- ta.ned lifteeH friends to ilinner Sun-- i day Mr. and Mrs. Klmvr Weblon wwre guests Sunday uf Mr. nml Mrs. James Wlkr tin' plant, ulilli- lutT III lln linliton. the riKita to thf rtliu full Mill Miss Wxa Kltzroth, of Cincinnati. uf frot. I the attractive guest of the Misses If tin pluut pirttl'la after nil till Francis. puiilkhiiii'iit. u It proliuhly will, u Mary Heard, teacher of ImiiiMt Ihtn'jisir rotntloii of crnln. rlim-- i uml with Miss rorn or oiiit otlirr iiilthuii'il crop "III caster, spent the week-enfuriilkh tho kiiiHkoiit hlow Itciiitiirn-ini'i- it l.lhel rMrldgc. h it he pri'ti'iitcil hy a rix ti(nii Mrs II. L. Wnlluce spent the week of the rotutliMi. end in Stanford, with her sister, Mrt. Ailelia Woods. ALFALFA CROP OF MANY USES Mrs. II. (i. MrWhnrter nud cbildren were guests ot tier cousin, .Mrs. it. . Lcada at Forag: Unturpattcd at r.ttridge recently. Hay; Hai High Carrying Mr mid Mrs. I. .11. Davis have Capacity at Patturc. moved to their new home, which has In No fnriti.'!' 'rup (UltUiitiil been completed. In SiiiifK I u mi I uoi'full The W. ('. Flth place was put up na alfnlfn. It l moil' mi iiiiiii) for sale last Saturday, but was taken iiciirly u N'rft'i't furut;!' tliali uuy otlirr per acre. -0 down at ubiiut trop trim ii In lhi loiiutry. It It tin Heme l.mve tubscriptions to all mrpiikx'il ii liuy for cein'riil laily papers nml nil magazine nt the uml lum ii MkIi nirrjln lupurlty u Willi proper liumllliik' K"i tcpot puoliiri1 Promptnots guaranteed. u htiilni'l wllli It ri'tiilla mil I Poultry Club met last Wednes- The iiuikcn It t'tii'lli'iii aollliiK I'rop. lui uml had ii very interesting meet Into tmul l liut;o ami uht-I he) a gaitu'ii several new Al ing. ii jfiKMi uml ('iiklly linniltiil ftvil. lilfc'l'l) roKunfiil u forufi- - membert. fulfn I lllllt MHIII H'rlHI llUl' Ulll'lllptltl tn Kiiliunl Davis has returned from rrt-at- i n ili'iniiuil fur It a humuii fuinl. several week' visit ill Covington and to tliow that urcoptcd a position in Mr. L. II KulliilkluiitH liur Irhil Iloweur, II It hua iiKtllclnul uiliif. fixHl with otlnT Davis store h cunnot ioiiipt'l Dckerson and Miss Katie Harm ktiiplt' iropa uml, mi fur an kuuttii, It liiu no finiliil iiii'illrlniil prop'ttl'. Mrt. II, II. Montgomery were in I.an- Alfiilfu It not only tuluiiltlt in u caiter Thursday evening for the reforui; inp, hut nltxi ua a toll lm ception given by the Woman's Club. prntrr. It It nut wi'll uiliipml In Mr. and Mrs. II. (J. McWhorter and hurt roiMlnni, hut I hi' rropplm: plun children, of Nicholatville, were gucttt on mutt fiirmn inn In' urruntfttl mi to liNiiillf Hit i'roi conx-nl- f utly. Itt-d ih Pawdtrtd Htroine. A mlle crept ovei Kev. and Mrs. John Cunningham her tacc. I'nihubly the smile realized were in Paint Lick Monday, making that If It went any fntcr It would kick arrangements to move. Kev. Cun- up too much dut. ningham has accepted the call to Mt. Ttn Largest Stattt. Tabor. I he ten lurgest Mutes III reH- - t to Mr. and Mr. (5. M. Coyle, of Herea area are! Teu, I'allfonilu. Montiina. Iig-xloSr., .New Mexico, Arizona. Newnl.i, 'oor and Mr. and Mrs. Thos. uf Krnsfleld, were Sunday guests of ado. Wyoming, Hregon. I'tuh. the latter's son. Mr. Thos. I.og-do- n Jant Autttn't Ont Kiss. nml Mrs. I.ogsdou. Tliere Is not a tingle loer' kls In Mr. and Mr". Lean Lctlford have all Juno Austen's nmcU, iii)s A. Is rented the oll (inggs property from Wnlkley. line klsi, uml only one, Ii Mr. - II. Davit and moved there last Uieiillinieil III the letters; but Hint win wetfc. We are glad to welcome both only one a gentleman witiilcil to give. Mr. nud Mrt. Ledford to our town. ami there Is no eldeliee Unit lit rrom u Mory hVfttOMfll It. - Devotional and Special Muic, conducted by The Juniors uf the linc.istcr Christian Gaurcli All Junior Workers will go to Sunday School moms for the Junior Convention to be led by Miss Nannie May Horiue, District Supt. of Junior Work Mis-- . Georgia Dsnn Christian Kndcuvor Plans Kntie Carpenter, of Harrodsburg, District Union Reports Sec'y. of Utli. District Unin Where our District stand on Monthly Service Program Miss Minnie Plierigo, of Lexington, Sec'y. for M. S. P. for Ktntucky C K. Unfcm Round Table Discussion Open Conference on Christian Kndeavor Probtui-Flection of Officers Mizpah SATURDAY KVKNING Row ifrank TtMur :I5 7 :.'i0 Song Service 7:35 7:55 c':05 Prayer ... Announcement nml Reports of Committees Ottering for Stnte und District Work 8:10 8:45 8:50 - !:20 Solo . KNngnwn Mr. Wm. AildreM and Organ Recital ...Mr. Howard K. Taylor, ef Korea CtNirgc Goiivetitiun Song The Fight is on Address Major Nuel Gallic, of FranSfotrt Mizpah Mr. nml Mr I.. II. Davit gave nn elegant six- o'clock dinner Inst Friday, complimenting their visitort, Mrs. C. It. Dinwiddle mid Mrs. Lnditel, of Louisville. Thoic present were! Mrs. Dinwiddle, Mrt liddcl, Dr. nml Mr. II. J. Patrick mid Dr. uml Mrs. II. II. Montgomery, We are meeting the demands for white ttour with our (!len Lily by jut l- fllnn !) using Klectricity for curing or nging the llour. We nre not using any Clorine or poison gases, neither are we using Phosphates, a substance generally used to force a dead lifclciu llour to rise. We ask you to try ul j snck of the new proceis. Garrard Milling Company. While switching Saturday lifter-noo"Old Henry" kicked buck nn empty car, which struck the auto of Mr. Andrew Huberts which contained Mr. mid Mrs. Huberts mid Mrt. Wilton, n neighbor. Fortunately no one was hurt, but the car was damaged both buck wheels being broken, betide other damaged parts. I'r1rni are tin e(peiilu limiry; S : 10 Mi$ Kmimi Kstridge entertained mil when a man's whoto capltul It with a six o'clock dinner party last life, he in a tailing uml a mission .In h:50 i annul utTord to keep them. Saturday. Those procnt were! Mr. The ot keeping friends duet Mrs. J. II. Itnlston, Msset Kdnu not lie in what one il.ies for them, but nud Davis, of Nicholatville, Mary Heard, In what niin. out of lonslderutlon for mid Ktliel Ktridge, of them tefniliis tnun tl iliiK. Tills iiieunt Messrs. Cabel Arnold, Hilly Miller, the enishlii- - of many mi lutellivlnal ir. hen to Itnuules. S70 Alex Doty and Sam Denny. n, i-. enn.--l.'H- SUNDAY MORNING Named Japan. All delegates will attend regular Sunday Stkoiil Miitt Ch unth serniw I he I.iicIImi name .lupuii wiik to church of their choice. bate orlElu.iti'il with the I'ort vuur-who kpelletl the Clilm-M- ' YIIi pen .lat-u- . SUNDAY AFTKRNOON the letter .1 being silent or lnilhir to II lUTonlln: to their lungiiuse. This It 3:00 Singing His Praise the way the SpanMi irnl the 1'i.rtu Mr. Reuben Webb, DuHrkt Vico Sar -- Devotional led by Kllese still pronounce .litpiill. :.:'.'0- - A Plow for Tenth Legionert Mls Martha Pwrl Masters Supt.of Tenth Legion for Utk. District Uttfi Fait Travtlert In Air. graceful 3:.10--O- ur ery The swallows are M next ,Stile Convention Gaorgiu Uuhh tilnU and ur exeetillligly wf tilers. :tu'IC Sido .Mrs. N. Miller, Ottering uml Anmnntumttits The feitl on Insects which they catch nu lln- - wing. There lire lit - mitht :.:UI- - Addrcw "The Strength uf Youth" ..Rev. M. A. Hurt, Pnstur tnullows which ore iihiiiih-i- i -- the eavt of Danville Qkristfan (J(tUMh or ellrf, the huni, the hunk, the tref Mizpah twiilhov nud the purple martin, SUNDAY KVKNING Sffd Sown in Peculiar Manner. C:'M) A Union Young Peoples Meeting ieipe grusx. which grin Hi Hits-sl- a h.i a curious mil ot snwlog lit 7:l5Singing His Praise s.ih. t fiirnis a roll of hlier which 7:110 Kvening Prayer by Rev. K. H, Iloiirtand lwl-- l on wet liny, thus Morkltu Its 7:36 Convention resolutions wuy Into the groliml. When the weath7: 10 Installation of otticert er Is dry the roll nntwl-but Iiei 7:50 Offering po.loi owing to barb ul the end under the soli. K .00 Convention Song 10 Address by Rev. Vernon Stuuffer, Dean of the. Kentucky Uojlcgji Frltndt an Esptntlv Lutury. Portuauttt e. l'roklit 1 of the Ulblt-- 7 i.ijpdnk-ton- , K-- . Consecration Service Closing Pruyer Convention Thought: The Strength of Youth 1 Cor. Quit You Like Men, be Strong Hill. I Convention Song t The Fight it on Sung Leader Mr. Win. (5. Klingman, of Nashville, Tern. b23LtJtsii The Central Record. Lancaster Ky.. Thursday, Oct 19 1922 WAR GASES PROPOSED TO ERADICATE PESTS Some of Them Promise to Quite Efficient Hm Old Maids' Wishes J I! ClattiM Cflmwn i le Particularly Useful Whin Heavies Thin Air and Used on Burrowing Rodents ana" Insects Stored Products. (J'r'MrrJ In NEW T.M C PRICES UN 1 VEWS At CA W rodent, t Amcultur. ) Deadly gases Hint del eloped for war purMics .ire now being tried out by the 1'iilted State Department if Agrlcultiiic im a means for destroy-- I hi' noxious bird, imlmals, unii lncets, .Smiii of them promise id (),. useful hIiimi applied iifnlr proper condition, i ho.,, pnnlctilnrly that nre heavier tliiiu air mill mil ( used on burrowing lr lh L'nll.1 anlx li.piHmtst hw The Ford Motor Company Announces Another Price in Ford Car Effective Today. Re-ducti- on The Lowest Prices in tun chuck. mnl c.t In Morel products. rhe most recent propo.al Is In use ga in kiii Destructive lilnlii Hint tun grcgiitc In marshes. In the rumliri? full the hlologlcul survey. In e r- iilimi mid the chemical warfare scrv ice, - planning to mttkt n trlnl of the method on blackbirds In I In- - lniTlal t alley of California. In Unit region thee bird are Hld to ! at leat joii,. sat worth of taiiit: to the mlln croii each year. llcciiue of iHr fecillng fiatiltn It I linpihle to ilrtroy lhee mm unit iHiisoncd baits, mt. ii h they on the reed In the marshes. It It thought Hint they cuti be killed by it ga cloud Ht night when li wind It r.ivoraiuc The blackbirds ure nilsni lory mnl return to tin- - same nta yeiir after year. It Is tliouclit Hun it big killing In u certain locnlliv win probably free It of the iests for many j ears. Arrangement also are being mudo ly the biological survey with the chem ical wnrrare service for Investigating the possibility of tilne tdon ira.e on .such burrowing rodent n rain, prairie ground MiulrreK anil woml mis1I)' subterranean s the History of the Company. CHASSIS. RUNABOUT . . $235.00!CODPE . . . . WOO $595.00 $269.00 SEDAN not TOURING CAR $298.00 TRUCK CHASSIS $380.00 All Carsf. o. b. Detroit Runabouts and Tourinir Cars equipped with Demountable Rims, $25.00. Electric Starters, $70.00 additional. ilg. Car Load of New Models Just Received. ALSO ANNOUNCING THE ADDITION OF A FOUR-DOO- R Klltoiuologlsta various gaes on Insect pet of urn. I ilk' plant nml tlu.e that Infest ior.nl groin, hut It llll not yet been found aiivisaule to recommend anything In take the place of hydroc)iitilc-itci- l gas or (Mrbon bisulphide. The serious disadvantages of rimy of these new caws I that they ure Dangerous or ery Irritating to men. horses, and mule, ami require the n or musks and jrreat cure In hamllltii; CORN SHELLER Cut-Awa- y hate already worked In with the Witf ileiiarthieiit of the department In teHn SEDAN SELLING AT $725.00 f. o. b. DETROIT Cheaper than a Horse and Buggy. Place your order NOW. EASILY MADE Both Lsvsr and Portions of Block Aro Studdtd With Protruding Splkss. Haselden Bros LANCASTER, KY. CUNNS llilnr where only Eggs wantvd. A. H. Bastin A Co. Boy forbid them not for of uch is the Little .Ml. Nora May ha been ill. Kingdom of Heaven " Unci in Starts Purbrd Hog Muster Welby Teater has ton.ilitu. i I on the nick Mrs. Matte Harvey Business Think Magpie Fortttlls Otath. lUt. A iimzp'e near a duelling In Scotland l heliewd to Mrteud death .Mr. Malrom May i. here with relaA good example of how Junior to one of It Inmate. ' tive for n visit. agricultural club work gets adult Mrs. Claude Spark tpeltt .Monday j farmers, as well as country boys, in Proper Definition of Valor. I with Mrs. J. It. Spark. terested in purebred live stock and IVar to do hne unuorthy ihlnn better methods of doing things on the Master Welby Tenter spent Friday Is tnlor: If they e done to us, to farm is to be found in the experience niitht with Master Wilson May. offer them Is valor too. -- Hen Jon- old Fayof Clifton Ware, a Oil. A little iluuirhtcr lias arrived at the ette county boy, who is one of the home of Mr. and Mr. Hiram Wylle. charter members of a pig club orBeginning of Creat Industry, Mis Annie May wan a irucst Friday, The lirl I'lile of i olloii eMirtfd ganized in the spring of IUL'1 by niirht of Mise llernire and Ilessie! ooiiiio tu Hurop,. was County Agent V. It. Cabbert and the j from Tcater. . nIiIimI finM. I'lmrfi-io- ii. n extension division of the College of i on Mrs. John liml .md ITS I. Agriculture. The pig bought for $20 Momimjdt Corn Shtlltr, quests of .Mrs. K. II. ('handler in l.an- from Tom Powers, Crittenden, by l.iiluil to the hlix'k. Iloth leter nnd caster last Monday. Clifton at the tune he became a mem- Caterpillars' Silken Ntits. portion of the block lire N,-tof silk. iiIhMII the oire of co- iher of the club alread) has returned Mr. and Mr. Huvhey Moberly nml. NiiuMed with ftplkHH drlwn so that the with Mr.' conut, nre wuteii by the Amiplie daughter spent the wcek-t-ni- l him 70 mid in addition he has Unprotrmle nhout liulf jiu Inih. which nre ftiiinil In original gilt, four hoars ami one sow. The box that cutchcH the corn U fas- and Mrs. Harvey Tenter. Afrlni. Ilia uncle, Lester Darnaby, with Mi.-Thelma Simpson has charge tened to the of the nheller whom he lives, who I now an of the Primary Department in the Unvarnished Truth. und successful purebred KEEP HOE GOING IN GARDEN school here at this time. .Mini) is ''im llilnkk he Is ml. hog raiser, says, "If it hadn't been for Mr. ami Mrs. Kearney Adam have llhliil l K merely !. e would have thought of be Succots of Vtgstablo Crop Otpindsl christened their little son who arrived iiildii'til i" 1 "p.. ItiM heler Times Clifton, ' ing a Poland China Hrcedcr." on Cultivation Qrtatly Plan Union October 5th., James Hubert. to Kstp Wetds Out. The busines of raising purebred Mrs. I'rentiss Walker and daughpigs began in enrnet for young An Inviting Retort. Lancaster, were week-enMuch of the nucce of ecetahle ters, of mih, can nppres-ltit"Sinn Intl. Ware this lut spring when his pig culture dependi on keeplni; the ho guests of Mr. and ..Mrs. W. II. Hay. .Viii some an ! farrowed nine little ones. Three of it'eilli,." Koine. Noer mlsa a chuuee when the, Mr. and Mrs. Krnest Davis are wellilti-t- l until Ihey are ilmilil) the gilt from the litter were sold to not Krouml Ii In a hemlmnlst ciiiuIIiIkii. coming a little son, who arrived Oct. other club member for 115 eacil, That Is Just the very best time for the lOlh. He has been christened Alvln lileKMil." Keep htlrrlui; us deeply. 111 work. (while one of the boars was sold for " IMmlble between the rown of all jmin Lester. Foundation of All Things. -to head a Poland China herd near ej;etableii to uprli up the Mr. and Mrs. J. It. Sparks, Mr. and UruwIllK Truth Mel "' hi are llu- - pillar ol 'Jackson, Cn. With the mother sow hoII and lay It ready for the action of Mrs. Milton Kstes and Miss Crude Ks-tthe temple ' i In- - wnrlil: win-I- t Hies and four boars and one gilt from her nuu and olr. lly thin pructweedi motored 'to Clark county for a UP- - hrtikeii 'In- 'ulnlr falls, u ill! first litter remaining, Clifton added uerer gtt a foothold, fur lesn rench the few days visit with relatives near crilie nil ' Iillluuo. another gilt costing $H to his herd, Needing slate. If this plan l Winchester recently. u and at the present time has the one can almont la the Coras. Miss KI1.I ithodes and Mr. Hardin vegetables trow Inc. It In not hard for u good start in the pure Corks uleeped III tnsellne lire n tin work, and It Is well worth the time It Davis were united in marriage at I.an-- j MlliMllllte for Llu stoppers. N'ellhel bred hog business. Tliut he already takes. caster recently. The bride is the I aiid nor uii)lhllig ele will unect is meeting with success in his work pretty and industrious daughter nf llii'lii. nml eteu iheiiileal fume ilo lint is shown by the fact that he has won SUMMER WEATHER AND FLIES Mr. Ithodes, who lives on the farm of' at them. cash prizes on his pigs for the last Messrs. Hay und Anion here, while! two seasons at the illue (ra Fair. Many CalvM Can Bo Savsd If Oivtn the groom it u farmer. Odd Nam far Secrtt Society, They havej Clifton' uncle, .Mr. Dnruuby, beCartful Attontlon and Kopt In the best wishes of their friends for a1 Tile Unler of .Mules MI tilt nulue came so interested In the work of his if n m i let smiety orKiuilieil hy farmShadod Pons. ) happy voyage on Life's sen. ers In We. I Virginia utid Keiiiucky, nephew that he decided to enter the Krnest Dudley, the little Hot weather and file ruin a great Jllst after the cIoe of She t'hll war. Poland China' business. Soon after' many calves. It In advisable to pro- old son of Mr. and Mrs. Joe llurton.j to put a op to Iiiiim- - steiillng ami 'Clifton niiide his start, Mr. Darnaby j purchased live pigs und at the pres- -' tect tba youtu animals very carefully who had been ill for some time died ither forms of awleiit-is- . during the fly season. Spring calve October 17th. A post morleum ex-- ; tnt time bus a herd of 51 hogs after I are never allowed by some breeder animation revealed the fart that his selling eleven. Hit experiences tu Symbol of Wedding Cakt. M pasture the first summer, but ur death was caused by a tumor. Ilurial The uiililing cuke, still cut by Ills far with purebreds have made him kept In shaded pens away from (ho took place Monday at Mt. Ileulah in brlile. Is one of the oltlcM marriage entutiuttic about the way they re li.-t and flies. Fall calves, likewise,, The bereaved customs. The laklug of f I or drink spond to good, feed und cure by put. nre not allowed pasture during the hot Jessamine county. and brlile ting on weight. Practically ones have nur sympathy in their hours together by the all the , i)4, but are turned out at night Into wa prlai-lpiiland someof grief. The truest comfort cometh times nla)s the hogs In his held carry thu blood of m'ihII paddocks or eierclse pens. Un the only, ceremoii) smong prim. prominent Poland China sires und the ralf Is getting plenty of grata, only from that One Who said, "Suffer Illie 'ii 'pie, and this Is .1111 Ihe ru washy grass asay do It mar nana little children to come unto me and in many i.irt of the world. dams. than good. e-. ' wt-rc( cut-awas lo-uI j i 1 d e (helled. A block of wood with a xloiln( notch cut from one end I A lever ! nt monnted on three le A homemade corn ftheller la Jmt tha a little corn Ii to CHApTl Fayette He glauee.1 lit Ml. Delia, w lio j I f ,h(. m.w .iroc,. Ml l.kll l.u.ilil was bill I. Its.. Ill i hate-h,,- ;,,'' slMer and I marry em li other." Mr. Itlchmoiid said I Miss Alice and Ml.s J:ll tis.k Delia New home beverage, delightful and In their arin,iml there follnitiHl tho.' tear that elderly niulilm ladles re-- j refreshing. Something new. Ilig Tlien there j earnings for hustler ene for such ocen.l Kxclui.c trr- was i in iii ni ng. ritory Crown .Malt .. ...rite at once ... . Ave., "riii a lucky fellow, snld Mr. ItleliK "' As n matter of fact. Ju.t bte 1 mond. "nati.Ohio (It.) bought tween ..ureUe. thafs why . Knew I'd nett-- get Delia . the cot In OnOeS! out of It any other way. Hut. of course, we shnll Insl.t on your all stii)lngi Sllghtlv worn for wonum and ehU. wltli us. Come, Hob''' dreii und girl shoes at the old He whistled to bis retriever, which Ilrummrtt stutnl, near the Our ran! scampering on belde him. went I mil sighed Tobacco Warehouse. n bappy!" "Denr Delhi, "The Home of Many Shoes." Mls AlUe. A. J. Thompsou, Propt, "And so am I." suld Miss Jill. She 7t. pd.) started, "Why, It's my wlh!" she as We are meeting the demands for wh,,r ',our w,,h our (:l" ,J1- - r umg Klectricity for curing or airing the flour. We are not using anv (ullage. Won't )oii come In sod have din-- Clorine or poison gasses, neither are ,we using Phosphates, a substance ner with us?" nkej Miss Alice. "N. -1 MltUey must be getting generally used to force a dead lifeless "I back, ntt.wercd .Mr Ithhmonil. Hour to rise We ask vou to trv a 1 What a funny Men Ml Alice "Hollies, how lit) )oit know )ou'i wlh for what for miV "What would you wlh for" asked Miss JIU. "t Hi, I forgot; it l'll It If you .i) what jour wlh Is, Hut I know what I'd wl.ti for" "I know what I'd wh for." sub) Miss .Ml.v. "What would you wih for. Delia V know tthut IM wish for." "I think said Mls Delia, blushing. They walked on to the little church. After the service they met old Mr. Itkhmniid. with Ills dug, and be accompanied them nlong the road. "Sure heir's no III feeling about the cottage" he laughed, "I'm sure there Isn't," sit Id Alls. Alice. "Voll'te been Hmt cmi.ltlerate, Mr lllchnioud." "Yes, lmlee eilioe.1 Mls Jill. They fell back, to allow Mr. to wnlk with IMIa. a pretty little maueuver. The two elder Isdle had always glten place tit the sister whom they Idollreil. They saw the two walking nlimg the road together. "I do wh It bed come off;" slfheil Miss Alice. "Is It too late" fl.keil Ml. Jill o." Miss Alio- "I'm afraid "Tbnt was ten years ago. and they'te been ilch JimkI friends eter since. Tii gii-- l, in) dear They did not rejoin Mr. lllchmond and their sister lllilll they reached the uiililne FOIt SALK: - My home on i'erhnp we might bate orihfetl . things better, Alice- - nlil Ml Six rtsoass ami all conJill. v. lie 'Ilnte you heell thai ImsiU of veniences, ktrge garden, lots of fraiU mine abo.it being able to control life Address It. C. Schotiler, by Jnt sluing down und wl.hlngr Iinenttrr, Ky. utt-nue- By MYRA C. LANE TllllllllllfHIHIIIIIIIIHrrHrHfHIIIHIHIItl- lI lilt, Wf.t.tn N'.nip.p.r llnU. Old Air hail been erj con.lilcmle. the three maiden ladles agntsl, as the) went nlong the road to rhiirih. He mis not going to turn Ibeiu out of thrlr home, though he liml bought It, uml the rent ho was charg lug them whs nlmo.t n nominal niie. It was hard Hint they should have luid to sell the old liouiesti-ail- , hilt It would pas Into other builds nfter Ihrlr dentil, nml they nettled a little ready money, owing to the slump In Miss Alice's Inte.tiiients. Miss Alice n nearly sUty; Miss Jill wits lUlytWo; Miss Delhi, the baby of the family. younger , Miss Delia hud nlways been the hub) .Miss Alice nml Miss Jill had known that they were tut out for old maids, but they Imil hoped to find hil'l d for Ml Delia Cven mv. at well, at her uge. she tin il n sort nf girlish look, she wn Just I lie kind In make n spletulld wife, nml a I one time Mr lllchmond htul seetnisl quite taken with her Hut that n year ago. and Ihere bad been some little disagree-men- t iioImmIj knew what nml he tnid lopss calling, though he nml Miss I Min luid utwn) frleinlt Mr Klchmond was not really nM He was In his early llflle. It wits a pit) Hut nil Hint wit deinl anil gone, nml hen were the three maiden ladles walking to ilmnh In the brtgjit wns-well, s RATES- - Single insertions ic m 'ton! No ad taken for 4es tnmi JOc in this colun'ii No ndi in this column charged. Seven Inscrtinnt for the price of live Phone orders mutt he paid promptly. jMSMbXsUKKKXsOCKMISX&CII FOIt SAI.K Apply to Mrs. (10-5.3t.- K oak sideboard. P. llrnsrti, ) Slagle FOIt KAI.K: 25 youmr Comb Khoilr Island Ked roosters. Theo. Currcy. FOU SALK: Cooking Stoee aU most new, for J.s.OO. Mr Jennie II. at S. (. Anderson's, oa (lt. Crab Orchard street goo I at nrw. FOIt SALK:-O- ne Hand Vncuum Floor Cleaner: two Swinging, Coal Oil Lamp: three n Flxtu.es. For Klcctric tf.) call at Iteeord irice. Infor-matio- FOIC ( Oil Heating Store. Mcltoberts Drug Store, taken far M ninga-ziiil'criodieaii. Mr. Jnt. Hoystoa. .SAI.K:-Rti- D. VIhliig r (I0-5-7t- wnnt FOIt SALK: -- 1.1 Sitottesi Poiaad China gilts, also one male ami osp Shtirthorn heifer calf. Hamptoa Sister. Marrellus. Ky. Ctfak Stoee. $2.00 t $15 to iS5 S Stove. 1.00. l.'rt. 1 tOrt. ; Iteofing. lire shavels J. IE tl.e; Heating Stove pipe, cuaI huds. .Vis. and other thing just as cheap. Mount l Company. My home at FOU SALK: Ky., with four acres of land. Oood houe, five rooms, all necessary outbuildings. Possesion given on or before January 1st.. 10SX (101 Mrs. Myrtle Wcarrca We are meeting the demand for white (lour with our Olen Uly by uin Klectricity for curing or n:ing We are not using the flour any Clorine or poison gnse. neither are we using Phosphates, a substance generally Used to fore- - a dead lift-Illour to rue We aik you to try a sack of the new process. e (10-li!-2t- Itleli-mon- d Oarrwrd Milling Co. Vm.,. ' ;;l!no.i2-:'t)j1rM,ii1ngc- Agents Wanted - !:x,r" ,. 1 r ! OnOe. q, (tt-'.- 8 I!e - - per-hlste- "Wlmt did you wish, my dear 7" "I whcd Delta to have II sweetheart. What did you wh, Alice)" "I wished you I'olh to have your "Did wishes," .Ml Alice uiiswered. you wish, Delhi, darling?" Delia wn crying. "Oh, yes, yesj but mine was such II selllh wish," she sebbeil, It wtis nil for Hi)ef mid j not for you." "What was II. ilenr?" "I wlshisl to huu luixe a iliig!"' Delia sobbed. No Object of Sympathy. Notice Those having claims against the estate of the late t'eorge W. Palmer, will present same to me, properly proven according to law. Those knowing themselves indebted to said estate plense settle with me at once. Knima Higirinbotham, ( Administratrix. Dissolution Notice Notice foun--ilatln- Acid-Proo- I live-yea- r! ' u brldi-groo- lu it hereby given that the Lancaster Warehouse Co., incorpor"Are you retehlng many visits from ated, is being dissolved in accordance imllllclnn?" with the law. Any claims ngulnst Cobbles. said .Mr "No," "I've this company should be presented to painted the old home place, built a new barn nml bought a big motorcar the undersigned at once. W. F. CHAMP, Secretary. that sr.itnls out In front most of the time when daughter's md using It. I O'JS-lt.pdguess the ciiiiiliihiles think I look prosperous to put In half u day hearLoans ing ihrm lell me I'm n downtrodden Mode by Louisville Joint Stock soil,"- lllrniliitlmm tiller of the Lund Uank, organized and operating under the provisions of the Federal Furm Loan Act, In amounts from Largely Guesswork. . -- ,tiuo.uu to $35,000.00 On im- "How do you icnct to llupper proved farm lands. Interest slang?" rote, "I'm nil Ht sea," replied Mr. (irillili ii per cent. Terms 33 years. Pay. son. "When ii young woman of this mcnt on amortization plan. No sort makes a remark lo me I don't commission to pay. understand what she's talking about Fur full Information addreu or and I don't know whether lo reply, call on Tomllnion ft Hays, Attv's. Absolutely' ur The very Idea"" (9.'.'8 71.) WriulDgliani A ic Herald. .) li Farm - The Central Record, Lancamar. Ky., Thurtday, Oct 19, 922 I grns Instead of tettinjr them Rain what they can on (trans alone and then selling them an feeder. On the other hand,' the farmer who In going to keep hi utter and tell them a fat cnttle this winter mut be on freezer oon a the first truard n come and pastures Ret hort to prehi cattle. In vent cotly hrlnk ' Feeding hould atari a oon a pov nlblc after the first heavy freexe of i the year. j A ration for feedlnir period of from 100 to 110 day that ha given The Eeonomy Kood K"in in mnny feed lot. of the tate n well a on the college farm ( Never accept "Just as Good" Brands; it ' m made of cottonseed meal, broken will only mean disappointments and faiear corn, Milage and all the hay or traw (hat the tteer will clean up. which are expensive. lures on bake-dny- , A daily feed of thi ration for each 1,000 pound of live weight should of the iveniK'' about three pound cottonteed meal, 4. pound of the ullage and 10 pounds of corn. How. m ever, the amount fed at the begin-- 1 7) pit tIMa When you use it ' ning of the feeding period i les than you never spoil any thi and I grndually increased until the animal arc getting even more, of the expensive inCALUMET than this amount near the end of the! gredients used In a long feeding period of period. more than 00 dayr, the corn i left suc h as Hour, sugar, out of the ration for the firt f0 day. eggs and milk. A good ration for farmer to feed who have no itage and who wish to The sale of Calumet feed for a shorter period I made of cottonseed meal, clover hay, broken is 2'.-time- s as much A ear corn and fodder or straw as that of any other dally feed of thi ration for each I,. brand. 000 pound of live weight average BEST BT TOT about two pound of cottonseed meal, 2 six pounds of clover hay and THE WORLD'S GREATEST BAKING POWDER pound of corn with all the fodder or straw that the steer can clean up.. These amount are reached by gradu-- l ga t Mi? ;r and tractors, and water ally increasing the feed. If a full Course Farm iuiii ami sesvnge disposal ytems. feed of clover hay i fed with corn,' November 1 In the i.testoek courses the breeds good grains will be made without the' To Cheap gain can of livestock and the judging of them. cottonseed meal. . Thf first term f the annual two- - I hi. f fi'ixlltli. beef tiro be made by feeding cottonseed meal -. .rm snort course m practical Kn- ,,urtMMIt lhwPp aml pork production. at the average rate of about three iiture oncre.i 10 larm men ami lhl, UttimK t fnrnl animaU, fnrm pound n day for ench 1,000 pound f Airrl-- 1 dairying, dwry manufacturing farm of live steer and allowing a f the state by the College fult feed ,! of shock com. rare will open Nov 't . atcMinK iro,ucl,on h . by Thomas I an announcement f UMck will be studied. duease AlmoM ll'.n fact, though, that If the Turk ..per, dean uf th tuliesje Injur. u insert ami beekeeping stir up a holy war it will be an unvariety m will subject including receive particular attention in godly atfair. . .,! and crop, livestock, entomology. course while the the entoino-'vg'rm economics and horticulture svill farmer rlution to society, farm v ottered for study, the wrlrartiM ManageMent and marFKKK HAMF1.K8 AND STYI.E f their to In- - given fcjr- member . ltOOK OK MKN'H TAIIX)ll keting wnl be among the subject college faculty. The nrt otTered in the farm economics course-T- h .MADF. CUmilNO. r regular Bant oo Ittquett rm will end Doc 21t. wkuV the home orchard and fruit garden Wear Tailor Mad. Ootb.a. Thty ... ..nl term will open Jan. and co and the farm vegetable garden wdl no mora than "ready inad" cost 24th Kitlwr or be stressed n the horticulture course profit and nu until Frli. 8van th. middUman'a or pants t:xTitA l'Aiti ...th ruurtM may be taken Kitni: with iivbht suit. your Has. your miuuri Uktn In Some of the subject which will Pay- own horn.. s.Lct your own styl. Grain Fed aHti given attenUon in th and Itt our tiptrts, tailor your suit to suit you. course include mi fertility. oi t More ing our aampl. tok and s. what Writ, ;.hjric nd management, farm ervp. wonderful valuta w offer. ua a card today. Tou may forett engine and true- plant disease, g It tomorrow. Than ( r. anitarv equiimeM far Use farm, (.ram f a'tl the prisrt tinder n.I hvuiene and .mutation, t.g at price welt ..hove he. various head, the student will ' i.. are studs, whv soil, 4mr is rductag tho. being paid for feeder steer. ..ul. ran U made an .in! in to Wayiand Khoad. beef ...!.., AgncuT t.i tirodure larger crts. what com ttHfietUt of the College of wereial fcrOliicr should be umhI and ture. This a god guide for cattle been fartnod. the men and indicate that It may be more how. how soil MM.Ml-31- 3 WHT MAJIKXT nanner of planting dilfereat crop, profitable to feed Meer cut or shock LOl7UTIU.r, XT, i contrtiHing field, orchard e t ..rn for about a month or Method of Please Mention This t'.ixr they are t i hi ..tiger -- nl garden crop mtect. tati.nrN h,i Don't Be Fooled and High Quality Don't Go Together, Stick to Low Price RED CLOVER MUDEW SERIOUS THIS YEAR Severe Infestation Has Appeared in Several States. Depirtmtnt of Agriculture Anxious tt Stcurt Rtportt Frem Various Sections, particularly at Affect ing I 'Gasoline 2 5 BY ) CALUMET Calumet Is a High Grade Baking Powder, Moderate in Price M0-JU- J FROM US i BAKING POWDER Hora. Same PRICE as DANVILLE and LEXINGTON mimmmmmmmmmmmmmmammmimmmmmmmm ll'fTir.l fcr ' j i 'I lie tlrnt seere Infeslntlmi dew ou red closer In Hit country lia) appeared east of the Mississippi from Wlseoiisln to Georgia tld year. 'I'M mlldesv tnnke. the plant WW while. Uist fall It was iilt prevalent In the, South and I worse there this atiminer. The amount of liann It doe I a question Jet unanswered, Some redlic tliKi In the Md of hay Is due l II lh t'nlt.d UUa of Arrlcuitur I)rllrnt of mil- We Have Forced The Price Down Show your appreciation by giving us your patronage. Crown Gasoline. Quality Guaranteed. Polorine Oil. First-Cla- ss Work 1 CONN & CONN LANCASTER,! KY. erything old for high values. Capt, Am Bourne was auctioneer. Mr. Ben Hughes, of Lancaster hi nnd Mis Ilayne West, of Lexington, .Mr. Devver Isom is visiting spent the sveek-enwith Miss Susan brother, Mr. Kyle Isom. Mr. ami Mrs. Lawrence Durham j K. Sutton. Miss West continue her relawere dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. visit with Mis Sutton anil other tive of this community for an Jn. Turner Sunday. time. Mr. and Mrs. Shearrin, of Junction' A very enjoyable day was spent City have been recent guests of Mr. Tuesday, Oct. 3rd., at the home of nnd Mrs. Krnest Oosncy. Ham Aldriilge on Lexington pike Mr. Jesse Helm, of Lebanon, was .Mrs. in honor of her father, Mr. Leonard the pleasant guet of Miss Delia Mae' Pollard' "2nd. birthday. A bountiTurner Saturday nnd Sunday, ful dinner served. The number The sale of the late Cyrus Daly,' present was about 43. The guest was well1 Wednesday of last week, took their leave svishing .Mr. Pollard attended. Household good sold well.1 many more happy birthdays. Misse Annie Blank, Dean HunThe pie supper at Hice Academy ter nnd Mr. Green Estes spent a very last Saturday night wa a financial enjoyable day in Hichmond Monday. success, hnving raised $40. Only a Mrs. Jim Byres, who has been visi- few were present but those few were ting relative;" in Danville came Sun- Inrge contributors. The teacher, Mi.i day to join her huband for a visit Mrrimnn wa called nsvay at the suto Mr. Jno. Hoyston. preme moment and could not be presMr. A. J. Bice spent a part of last ent. The affair fell into the hands She. svns the of her appointee, Mr. Center, and was week In Lexington gu:t of er parents, Mr. and Mrs. nicely managed. Every one present Camion nnd Mr.. (InlTeth. had n good time. Mr. Ernest Go. The sale of Mrs. Georgia Arnold ney contributed an Angel Food cake, sshlch transpired Tuesday of last which wa sold for 127.00, more than week was f4 ry svt i Vended. Ev half the proceeds of the supper. MARKSBURY (Delayed) d Short Open ' Turning Under lUd Clover to Improve, th Soil. but this U not sreiit. There are rtl-- J mors, however, that the eating of mil ha) rnuse Inllaiiiiiiutloii In horses' mouths. The llliln experiment stntlou reHirts n quotation from a tier liinu writer stating that mildewed closer buy muse stomutltls In horse. L'lifortlitiiitrly the eiart Idenllty of the mildew on .Mnerlriiii ml clover has not jet been d)tertiillied. Wlnli Amerlriili feed Is planted side by ."id" sihhI, tlw mildew up with Knrnpi-.i(M'ars on iIh phiiit from American seed while only a trace of mildest appear on thou- - from Kuropenn seed. The fulled Slates Ilepartmctd of sericulture would he clad to Kit re Miri refiirdlne tin- - mlldesv In differ ent part of the uiutitry. It Is par II In lenniing tlruliirly liitcrests horses entlng tlw lullilened roil closer liar are affected. I rirliu-mliM- i us , ..... a - Cattle Farmer Feeders I rt fl EFFICIENT THRESHING HINTS ir Uniform, but Not Too Rapid Feeding Conitant Speed of Machine and Adjustment. A fesv points to keep In mind foi Itlclent threshing are. uniform feed Ing, not too rupld feeding. niitnm sm.imI of the niHiliine, and proper ad .lustiiient. .Many limes when n thresh crmun Ik unxlou to complete Id Job, the work I rushed through nt considerable loss to the osvner of the groin, tireater htmuuiI Interest In eaih Job usually makes the small threshing more deslnihle than the Urge one. With llio largo out tit a part of the eresv l usually a lone distance from home and they do not base the same Interest In tho ssork a svlicn the lull re crew Is made up of men on adi 1 he 4LJ Regular Daily Run Leave Lancaster Lexington, f::i0. 7 LEAVES LANCASTER 7:40 A. M. and 1 P. M. LEAVES LEXINGTON 10 A. M. and 5:30 P. M. A. .M., Snnday Special Rates $2.00 Round Trip returning leave out-11- 1 REO PHONE BUS LINES COMPANY 758-- Y ft Chance to Buy a Splendid E. R. WEBB, (Incorporated) LEXINGTON, KY. Manager. Blue Grass Farm rsrctnr I AS TRUSTEE IN BANKRUPTCY OF DAVID F. RANKIN, WILL SELL AT PUBLIC SALE, TO THE HIGHEST BIDDER, ON THE PREMISES ON jacent farm. CONTROL OF TUBERCULOSIS Whole Areas Should Be Cteantd Up Rather Than Scattered Herds to Be of Permanence. In entile cannot he Tuberculosis eradikept under control, min'li lc nut I single cated, If grade animal oss ned by families are omitted cow In the clenn-uof any territory. Whole nnd areas, therefore, like township couiitle, should be cleaned up rather Latter Never Tells on You. lie that I sold .f sIs.L.m dopietl Ins neihlMir, but a ii. n of iindcrsiiinc n. Easy Explanation. ' I ' leth Ills 1 II Tot ay's '. i ".Not il luisliii. ami plotting mid U f ..or.. a -- j il)p In li.it I a par "I'nther. in, iidoxV Kntlier "A aralo. my I a maimer of Miing Mimelhlng thai ssell. It's like kllii of I i:utiicc p'l'- - op'll'O't Ixsi-lUU- r. tliiir. hit I til' MhIIIiuv Wednesday, October 25th AT TEN A. M. than cattered herd. If the svork I to be of permanent value and bundled In the most economical svny, sajs the t'nlted State Department of DAIRY In THE FARM KNOWN AS THE HIGG1BOTIIAM FARM. Lexington Turnpike In (aminl County, Kontiu ky. on tho LOCATION l.an-ca- " from DnnwIU'. About live milo from Danville anil six milo from loiulinir ,)ick 'il,hwon suction of (larranl County. tor, in H"' (',,m V2.09 ncros more or less. ACREAGE Thin farm in known as one of the best farms in Garrard CounFERTILITY ty. Im very pro.ludivt- and in splendid .state of cultivation. Good dwulliiiK house ami Imrns, well watered ami well IMPROVEMENTS -.- COWS ARE IMPROVING Cow.Teitlng Atiociationi in Nine Western States, 9,484 Make More Than 40 Pound. ; ami nigtim tbiiiee mid r tlim tlie Art .nil I. tlmre t a cnisiiiK U rbylhui of tli Horl.l that Is -- v and II I an ugty, awl frosloiii One Lyod Man Find Gem. tortured rbtliin like the A tllKoi..a.l I wt In a hitel eswlblc lioNrav. ittilielNg of a crippled ihlld. l.tidsslj svns fi.tin 'i h i uilttHli". by n nni srjisl i.iler Irll lueM, sslth I.esslMilm. fw ecni! perfwi !. - ' id Lucky, Man Always a Worker, hour In Whoii a iNliier IiiihIk a nugget, folk Financial Outloak. usually say that be I lucky. list It In iir-t.Iu.m.ii ot.je. i ii lr luck. The iiiinir went for nug,, ett' gets sshcro they I . se the l.olles sslilth .son sseie uiel dug. and I'copU ilntr. i.n'1 dug, When you land n prize a nuttier i r "A I ex I is i sln are r.iisu of ssork mill l.r:ilns. The i pe tisl to .or of good link l ii .,orker in Iwrutier 'rfwtlm." Natural Craving ,'or r.hthm. lnr i - ars-ht'- d "ii . . , 1 1 fom-eil- . Church, store For locution and fertility, this farm cannot be excelled. school adjacent, .splendid neighborhood ami on excellent road. and 10 per cent cash on day of sale; IM pur cunt on .January 1st., l'.lUJt. TERMS In one, two ami three years to be evidenced by vendor lien notes of Hulaiico equal amounts bearing six per cent interest. SEEDING PRIVILEGES IMMEDIATELY. be made, and notes Possession .January 1st.. I2:i, at which time deed will executed. Dairymen in the 45 uo- tiatluli III the nlno svesleru tutcj liow oisn I'.ISI cossm that huso iitmlei more tliHii forty pound of builerfiit I In a month. Not many year ago a I 10 pound cow was u rarity. Tlicre much room for Improteiiient however,. In the general run of herds In all part' of the country, ay the Culled State j Department of Agrlcutlute, I SAVE MONEY ENJOY IT IN WHEN YOUNG AtHR LIFE ROAD. IMPROVEMENT YOUNG Young men who would enter the decline of life in comfortable circumstance should begin to- save nuw. The approved modern tr.vthoj uf saving Is u raving account in the home bank. This bank invite young men and young women to Join j Eighty. Five Per Cent of American Highway Are Yet to Im. proved In Some Way. While hlitiissiiy Imprusement has tremeiiiloiia strldn In the United Stale III recent je.ll It Is still In II In'ani'y. r.lgldy-tlsht cent of Amer-Ichroad lire yet o he linpriised. It I not now much n iUeiloii of raising lli money rispiired In build gixsl road a It I tho proMom of spending ssely the Urve um asullntte la tvsry Mule ftr thlt purpose. miiib e Its family of saving depositors. One dollar opens n saving be deposited thereafter. account, and uny sum may J. W. HARLAN TRUSTEE IN BANKRUPTCY DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. THE NATIONAL BANK OF S. C. DENNY, ii Cashier. OF DAVID F. RANKIN. Capital $50,000. Surplus Honor Roll Dunk 50,000. Tne Central Recurs, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Oct 19 1922. CRITICS AIDING DAIRY INDUSTRY i NINA SCHOOL NOTES Discussion of lovkie Tutercule sis in Relation to MMk Sua plies Is lig Benefit. PRODUCTtON SHOWS INCREASE His fun a line New Range. made with all modern attachments. One of our Range will save you fuel and work, make cooking a joy instead of n burden. and While you arc in our store, look also at our HANDSOME, FUEL SAVING HEATERS. Our prices will please you. OUR HARDWARE WEARS to cook Re- Many Towns Adept Regulation quiring Tuberculin Testing and Milk From Htrds ring Hlghtr Price. Ttr Don't you need a new Range? You will know that you do when you come in and ee our RANGES, the I'nll.il st.i.. lrMmnt at jksrlcuttui.) Tlmt the free und frank dleuloii of hotlnc tuberculosis In lt relation to milk supplies benefit rather limn In Jure the dairy Indii'lry Is shown by i hcrvatln if the United Stairs Wlien the of Agriculture. work of freeing ilnlrjr herds from tuberculosis on a wide scale wns undertaken several )mri ago. critics ail taticrd tho belief tlmt Hit slaughter of rattle would result In n milk fifmlnc ninl tlmt publicity ratlins: iittciitlon to the disease nmong cows would hurt tin" dairy liuslne, lncrittd Milk Production. Tin crillcluis revelveil careful consideration, lint were not ermllted to I'f.psr.il De-l:itn.-n- t Llns. Right In H Old Sumptuary Law, l.e had Hlie ng In high feather, d The wearing of sold lacv was proJIim Sunbeam Ruble spent Satur-- i hibited to women under the old blue anreirdcd In e'nrlnK u "dn four hIm yoit man to take her around. n; ,: llerea and Wallucr ton. law a of Miurhiictt. like a Melt tie" be Inquired at tho An u-- cream supptrt- wll4 be given " llrl tee. "Itnlher, !enrsf,H nut her t the .Ninn school house Friday eve-nreply : tuake It aatt-ncu . to see In the rtitliulnM Ti.e Mate of at seven o'clock. nnd tmnni " Imdmi Annwem, k ii'i w.i ' ln'iiii'ralid:i, or day dark played Mlnilm-a- . Wulker and Nina School A person wlio "offers from Tho score thla may If hrH Friday afternoon. hcuiernhiplc. Law That Ntver Fall. 4 to 2, in favor of Nina Mmrt In the lunrkrt plac Map mny allKlitly liirniine the Hank no Mirror Shin,, Ts (Hady Chnnrc, who has been Mi Here l nn excellent war to make count for the lime tn'tnc, hut will not out of school on account of a sore the mirror sparkle. Add sufficient rnM In tho Iiidb: tun. For out of tinman foot wat able to bp with u Friday tea to wl.itlutt to rmike a pale; first eiirlence came the admonition: afternoon. rub Hie mirror with n warm, soft "With what measure ye mete the Tin-- Sunbe.im llatnl met last Friday riot li. then ruli Hie p.ite on the mir- tame hnll be meted tltito you.H Men to,!jy. tJrli. are Undine lhl with a uttcnda'nrc. A numbrr ror nnd wllh with tlsne paper. of new member were added to the I Versatile Cacao Tree. Flrtt Public Employmtnt Buraaus. organization. Ohio Mat the plumvr In the move-nieiThe racao tree It an riergrecn and The I'helidelphia and True Blue for free puhllr emplojnieiit nf. hears fruit and tlnwers all the )ear societies gate an interesting program round, hut the ii'iinl time for Cather- nc- -. In the I'm It nl Slate. Inatllutln together Friday afternoon. Quite a ine the fruit tire June nnd December. them In IMl. Such ajeticle originumber of viiiturs were present. Chocolate l made from the seed or nated In Kratire wher In ISIS una beans. When oil U extracted It win. elalillbil In each nf the iiialrlea You have our thanks. They cost make ncoa butter and ttm residue of I'arK The tlmt bureau In Kn la (round and marketed a mens I In IVvS, Und nm nothinir- - victor at ichool Mr.' Baird was Monday, .Mr. Abnoy was in town Saturday TneuQht for the Day. Home peopb "'"' thrmelr lata they will n frenzy over something tifirr have to face. Forest Pine Costly, Kfery year forest flrei In the United Male destroy enough timber to h4M an entire city the size of Waahlnitoa. en buslne. - "re.-eralonla.- it I !. "'(' im lin . law il 1 llr' AUCTION SALE 5S WALKER BROS. WWMnakneinriftIda jiaQJMJW Jsmiamjat a 1ft OF .aaiai.i.uiH4i GUY. A. M. Batlin Jk Co. Mrs. Alford l'oyntor was quite ill the past week. Mrs. James Yantii visited Mrs. Roy Efgt wanted. l'rather Saturday afternoon. Mm. Henry Tuttle i 'visitinc Mr. and Mr.. Frank TuttFi'. at Cannon, Ky. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Ward and Mr. Tom Ward were recent visitors in '..itville. Mesdnmes Raymond Turner Carl Pendleton, visited Mrs. and Win. I.ane Thursday. Mr. fiobel Pendleton, who has been in Illinois for several months is with relatives here. Master Robert Puyntcr, of Lincoln spent Sunday wtih his sister, Mrs. Alford Poynter and Mr. Poynter. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Prather and children were guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Walker. Mi Mollie Barnes is spending the week in Stanford with Misses Mary and Christine Poynter. Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Ward and children, of Madison, were visitors last week of Mr. and Mrs. Milton Ward. Miss Fannie Sutton, of the Crab Orchard road apent Friday with Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Sutton. Miss Mattie Brulah Cobb, of the Lexington road was the week-en- d guest of Miss Laverne Whittaker. Mr. nnd Mrs. James Yantis and tun sons, George and Hunches were Sunday visitors of friend, in Carters-ville. visitors recently of their daughter, Mrs. Jnmes Marsee nnd Mr Marsve Mrs. Henry' Yater and daughter, Miss Klizabeth and son, Master Ja. spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Jno, Yater. near Judson. Mrs, J. I). linker was the visitor Saturday night of Mrs. Sallie Hurt, of Hradshaw Mill and on Sunday attended the "Home Itirthdny Anmver sary." Mr. and Mrs. Joe Turner and children have located in Lancaster. Mr I and Mrs. Cleve Clark, of Corbin. have moved to the home vacated b t Mr. Turner on the J. P. Foley farm., Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Line and stinl Klza, Misses Flonnie Mae and Savannah Lane were visitors Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. John Pendleton, near Nina, and Sunday evening attended church at Pleasant Hill. Remember the executors sale of the land and personal property of the late Howard King on THURSDAY. OCTOBER 2lh.. at 10 A. M. A Clean, Profitable Herd of Purebred Dairy Cow. , ACRES OF July 1. 1017, to July 1. -. l".un tuberculous cows were destroyed, Instead of a milk shortage there has been a remarkuble Increase In birth IK-"- Interfere with the eontrilrtle program of tuberculin tetlng und freeing herds from the disease. The sound- - j ness of this ttolloy Is shown by the' following tlcures: During the wrhl production anil consumption of milk and dairy products. I.mt year, milk production In the t'nlted State aggregated nearly tu billion pouml. tMUID COBNTT LUND ON Ell t waatasl. A. H. Batlin Co. Hunters Beware We potitively will not permit fox nuntlng or hunting of any character or trespassing on our farms. Any violators will be prosecuted. J. S. Schooler, Edgar Price. W. A. Criicillis, T. J. Price, R. Price, L. Elkin. B. M. Lear. R. !.. Barker R. P. Parson, Marinda Longtworth. J. P. Bland, Askins and Mobcrley, A. Mobcrley, J. J. Sebastian. Forest Calico, Davis Sutton and Hughes Bros., M. II. Turner, R. Kd Baker ai.d J. A. Scott. Mr. and Mrs. Noah Sebastian, of (Other names wi.l be added upon week-enguests of McCreary, were (tf.) the payment of L'5 cents) Mr. and Mrs. A .M. Merida. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Turner and little daughter, Amelia, returned SunIf you need money day from a visit with Knox county relatives. on your farm, JanuMrs. F.dd linker and daughter, Miss ary 1ft, put In apZaila Ilerl were Sunday visitors of plication NOW Mr. and Mrs. John Prather. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Foley and Miss Mnlinda Taylor spent the past week -with Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Tuttle, of Cannon, Ky. Shelby Mason Mr. and Mrs. Guy Davidson and two sons, and Mrs. Carrie Davidson, I Aim Agent nnd Abstractor of Lancaster, were Sunday lifter-noo- n Court Houie LANCASTKK. guests of Mrs. John Donaldson. KY. f,15tf Mr. and Mrs. John l White were Je d Bote wort Ly gain over the previous year. I'rmloctlon of butterfst likewise Increased, la ItUt alone, milk rows Increaaed 34,0uu, which Is a figure greut a the slaughter netrly twtct at tuberculous cattle during the entire .Ire year period. y Petal Ue Mr Milk. Sever! hundred town have Issued regulation requiring tuberculin testing, aad apparently with Inspired faith la the safety aad value of milk a a food, people are using more of it than at any time in the past, t'requrnt In stances are reported to the Department of Agriculture In which parents place with owners of liberal milk order tubereulln-teateherds a considerable distance away, although they could obtain milk from uutested hertlt auuvh more conveniently und at a lower price. Thus, In spile of various objections to the free discussion of tuberculosis' prublems, the etldcuce erudlcutlou outweigh the shows that Die bem-ntdoubt, and fear. 4 s WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 25th 1922 AT 1:30 P. M. SHARP 1 MISTAKE WITH iEEF CATTLE Many Producers Handle Cows In Sam Mannar a Dairy Animal. Tim fuuelluii of beet' cattle I to convert ihMip roushuk'e Into u proline t that can be utilized by man. Muny men entering the business of beef production make the vltul inlstuko of buuilllug their beef row In the snuiel dairy I milliner that a herd Is managed, alid, because they I fall to reullre n profit, condemn tho' The tiime beef business geiierall). llilnE would hapiH'ii, huweter, to the In I ry business If dairy herds were to the conditions necesury for lirolltable beef production. The only dlfTerence I tlut few dulry herds are ever pluced undj-- r ttiese roiutltlous, In managing a herd of beef entile, tho overhead excnse In the form of und coiieentratisl labor equipment must he kept at a minimum If a siilKtnutlal profit Is to be realized, I sub-Jecle- il fis-d- s WILL OFFER FOR SALE AT PUBLIC AUCTION ON ABOVE DATE, THE FARM OF O. M. MORELAND, CONSISTING OF 60 3-- 4 ACRES OF GARRARD LAND, LOCATED ONE MILE WEST OF BRYANTSVILLE, KY. AND KNOWN AS PART OF THE JAMES B. LEAVELL 1 i FARM. THIRTY ACRES OF THIS FARM IS IN CULTIVATION; BALANCE IN BLUE GRASS AND CLOVER. IT HAS A STONE HOUSE OF FIVE ROOMS, AND A TOBACCO BARN; WELL WATERED AND FIVE-ACR- E Interest 5 K Shi WILL ALSO SELL LIVE STOCK, PLEMENTS AND CORN. FARMING IM- TERMS MADE KNOWN ON DAY OF SALE. FOR INFORMATION CALL ON O. M. MORELAND, BRYANTSVILLE, KY., OR 25c s,Z Drive ALL NEXT WEEK AT TO ESTAIUSH COLOR GRADES Sample Are of Being eekieper to IstracUd Etblih Submitted by Rank Article. The Quaker Haid Incorporated See Oar Wladows Moaday for Full Details. .Sauide of honey are being recelts by the I'll I ted State Department ol Agriculture In all from heekreier part of the country la connection" with the work of eaUbllatilag .reliable! color grade for extracted honey. A' new type of will i be used In 'this anrk, which will l.e dons by agriculturist of the departwith the division ment In of grades and slaadirds of the bu reau of agriculture! ecouoailea. spectra-photometer B. Q. FOX REAL ESTATE AGENT DANVILLE, Capt. A. L. Gates, Auct.