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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): October 26, 1922 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1922 cen1922102601_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 26, 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. THItTT THIRD VIA LANCASTER. KY.. THURSDAY AFTERNOON. OCTOBER 26. 1922. ARMISTICE DAY Wait for The Hiirjfuat The Year Pre!-den- HUIIII M. POOL MEMBERS ARE WARNED NOT C. E. CONVENTION CONGRESSMAN C. H. Mastin INVITATION of To Visit Kentucky University MADISON HIGH Keeleetetl t RALPH GILBERT Uy Opens CampaiKU in Car ran Crutchfield, The Star of The The Ninth District Christian What promises to be one of the Athletic Director Mr. Jno, Mr County Afternoon Contest biggest days ever pulled off in Lan- Itoherts of the Convrnllun was liflil at the jiricater High President Stone Declare. Such l.an caster Christian Church Saturday J lf Gilbert Speaks In Large caster will be staged here on Friday, School foot ball team received yes Hubert Crutchfield with Captain nnii Sunday nml wan said by many of Nov. 10th., beginning in the early terday the following invitation from Practice, Kven with Intent Crowd tin State officers who had the honor morning. Post Commander the Athletic Association of the Uni Cox and nine of hi first string men to Sell Thru Cooperitf attending thin Convention in.it it and Adjutant Meadows assist- versity of Kentucky of Lexington to trotted on the Madison III gridiroa Monday afternoon at the Court wax without a doubt one of thr best ed by Judge It. H. Hayes arc putting bring his entire team over to their last Friday to play thr sixth game of Kalph Gilbert ative OrKiini.atioii On an ideal foot ball Conventions held fn thr Statr even House thr Honorable forth (heir every" effort to make this City on Saturday to see the "Wild thr season. from thr the preient Congrcsnman day a real gala day for Lmcaster. cats' tame Sewanee The Invitation afternoon this stellar player with hit thr District that some of thr larger hth District of Kentucky opened his Mr. Hays Is VUUlion of Basic Principle beloved team mates lined up agalnet citi-- s arr in. chairman of the enter- rends as follows: a team that easily outweighed them fifty dele- campaign in this county in the inter tainment and besides the many big Over two hundred and "Kentucky Vs. Sewanee" Organisation gates Mere rcgistured with two hun- est of his rare to succeed himself in events that he will pull will also be "It Is the pleasure of the alumni by 12 pounds to the man. "CruUhie" tiHthCongress of the United dred and twenty ireent for the thr a foot ball game between the Stan-for- and the Athletic Association to in as he is familiarly known and loved t)ct. 21 Meinben meeting und something like two hun- States. High School and the Lancaster viie you anil your team to be our started thr game at tackle and playCongressman Gilbert was Intro High School, of thr Hurley Tobacco Growers' dred visitors which made over four This game nlone would guest at the foot ball game on Stoll ed as no player has ever played oa Association have no right to hundred of the lending and most dureil by hit Campaign Manager for be worth declaring n holiday the Madison turf. As the hours of and Field Saturday, Oct. 28th. buy tobacco outside the Association popular boys nml girls to he found in this county, Mr. J. W. "Illllie" Swope going miles to see Mr. McKoberts is now making all play rolled by, the dust cleared away, nil .ell it thru thr Association, Pres. hc !th. District which include Stan who stated that the Judge was just arrangements to have Coach lleber to the referee blew his whistle that idrnt ami General Manager James ford, Nirliobisvillc, the kind of a man needed now to take his State Champions to l.exlng the matinee was over, Crutchfield To C Stone said, nor have they, under Richmond, llerea, Danville, Mt. Ver- represent this District in Congress, was picked up, the scores were ton. the of the Association, the non, Somrrset, Klrksvillr, I'uint I.lrk Mr. Swope made a wonderful plea for counted and "Crutchie" was in the present Congressman and plead right to buy the tobacco of the fel- and l.anratrr. by Coach lleber a being reI. H. Con low members of the Association, even sponsible for the great victory that The report of the President, Mr. ed of the many admirers of our gressman to not let anything stop Democratic Candidatr for Reelec- Speaks in The Intrrest wun me intention oi filing it tnru showed that there were Ju.t f Th his tram won over thr Madison IN big vote for the Association, .Mr. Stone declared, I twrt H, many lads by thr ncore of 25 to 0. Thia K. Organizations them from turning out a tion lo Speak in Paint Lick and Tobacco Pool game was played in Kichmond and all 'Wr have received a number of in now- in the Uth. District that there Mr Gilbert on Novrmber 7th., and Hryantiville on Tuesday, qutries the past week," said .Mr was one year ago when President urged upon them to shower Mr (ill Judge I. II Thurman, of Spring. of lincaster save a few accompanied Stone, tn regard to whether members Ilastin was elected, this alone goes to bert with one of the greatest victories field, spoke to a large crowd at the the State Champior to thr Capitol October 31st. of the Association should buy the show that our fellow townsman Is ever known to a Congressman from Court House Monday afternoon in of Madison county to see their favany District to say nothing of this tobacco of outsiders and turn it oter taking an active part in this great On Tuesday afternoon at -- :.'I0 the the intrrest of the Hurley Tobacco orite lads win their sixth straight to the Association to be sold and work ami from the fact that Mr. lias-ti- one. Hon. Kalph Gilbert will speak at Marketing Association. victory. Judge Gilbert after surh a worthy "whether It l legal, under the conThe MudiMin lads started hitting was elected to the high honor goes Paint Lick and at 7:.10 P. M. that Judge Thurman is u forceful speaker the line and were gaining at wlM. tract, and llingham act, for to show that the C K.'s throughout introduction given him by our own night he will speak at Hryantsville. and reviewed the work of the Ao members to purchase tobacco of this District appreciate the earnest Mr. Swope, at once launched a bril These two speaking dates have ciaiion, uecianng mat mis was one This was confusing to Captain Con adminls been specially liant attack on the pre-cmembers of the Asportation with a anil efficient work that he has accom arranged, by ilillie of the greatest organizations in thr but after a few plays he immediateky High tariff and taxation alview to selling it thro the Association plished and his unceasing energy that tration. Swope, who is Chairman of the Demo State and that every farmer and to- ordered Crutchfield to report to the so received its share of the criticism "Inasmuch as the Hurley Tobaccoih,. is mittim- n.., for ihi. Campaign Committee, for the bacco grower should join in with their secondary defense and to hold his and the general inefficiency of the cratic Grower' Association Mr. Ilastin hu.k ..f benefit of the Paint Lick and Hryant. friends and help make this 100 per line, with the same orders as a Coloo- had for one of its primary purpors spenker to be found in the State to) ptesent administration was establish villi- - sections of the county respec- cent strong. Judge Thurman re cl would take from a General in time by facts and fieurcs we'd and tively thr prevention of speculation in the attend this Convention, among them minded the many people present that of war, ever ready and faithful growers' tobacco, such purchase by were .Mr Howard Tuylor, of llerea, truthfully stated. .Mr Gilbert is an unusually good the association had carried out all "Crutchie" was has won a berth on Mr Gilbert made a lengthy speech members of the Association are clear- Ky., who gave n pipe organ rental speaker and we are predicting a the promises that they agreed to do the all State eleven at tacle, obeyed ly in violation of the very principle and spoke on "Service " Dr. Tay- and assured his audience that if they large crowd at each place to hear an a little over a year ago and that they the orders of his efficient Captaia on which the Association I founded. lor's talk was indeed good nml he should see fit to honor him by send intelligent great would continue to work for the in and held the Richmond boys in their discussion of the "At the out-- ei of our organization brought out many point 011 this sub- ing him to Washington to rare for issues and a real campaign speech terest of the tobacco grower. A tracks. On the offense he tore thru their hutincrs that he would take the 11 resolution was adopted by the ject. great number of contracts were sign the much outweighted line and opea-e- d pleasure in rendering up holes for his fellow mates to board of directors providing that any .Major Noel Gaines, of Frankfort, same great Book Notes ed after the speaking. run through and thus carry the in officer or employee who speculates chose as his subject. "Is Jesus a .Man service to them in the future as ht The Woman's Club Library places In tobacco shall be immediately re- or 11 (iod in the Form of a .Man " has In the past. flated leather over the chalk Day counted for them six points. line that November 6th. The present and next Congress, upon its shelves this week the six moved from his office or employment. Dr. M. A. Hart, of Danville, spoke One of new books that have been most callWith all the Directors of the Hur them- - markers were made in each I do not know of any other single fac- on the "Strength of Youth." Ilr W. man expressed regret over the fact ed for There is fine reading in ley Marketing Asso quarter. Captain Cox kicking one tor that could be so harmful to the,, Hopkins, of Louisville, was an that his opponent whom he hns never interests of the Hurley Totuicco Crow, other good speaker on this prugram seen had failed to accept the invita them for those who hold cards to the ciation present and by a unanimous out of the three attempt for the era Cooperative Association a for and brought a great mcsuge. .Mr. tlon to be present and join lu dc Library, and it is well worth the vote of these gentlemen the last day try for point." past price of membership to read any one to sign the contract and get in thi.s When nearing the goal, the field our member or employes or officers Thomas Talbert, who is known as one bate Congressman Gilberts organization will be November Cth., general attempted a field goal from to buy tobacco, whether from mem- of the greatest humorist on the record in Congress is n splendid one, on the list that follows; The Judge" by Kebccca West A l'J2L'. This date was reached after thr 4S yard line and kicked a perfect ber Yf the Association or not, and American platform was on the af- he being the only "first timer" serving such' buying will be deemed good and ternoon program Saturday. Itev. as Chairman of one of the most im remarkable study of character, sec- a somewhat lengthy discussion on goal, however the referee stated that ond only to the "Scarlet Letter" or the matter and the Directors finally he had not called time and so his sufficient reason for terminating thr Vernon Stauffrr, who is the Dean of portant Committee. Tess of the D'urbeville.. "This Free- - decided that if any grower was wait- - perfect goal could not be counted. ronnrrton of any employee, known the College of the lllble at Lexinglorn" by Hutchinson is a hymn to tng to find out how the organization Following in the shadow to have engaged in it, with the As- ton, brought a message to the Home of home The theme is, woman in her was working had had pletitly of time Crutchfield was V. Gastineau, who sociation. stating that in the years to Now that the rail season is on us "There is nothing ,n our s or come when they would grow up Into and the time I here when we all think business career; and her highest duty. and that no contracts would be re also played a wonderful game, he Gentle Julia" Tarkinson's story ceived after November tlth., 1021 making one of the marker, when he charter, however, to prevent manhood and womanhood to still have our of a new suit, hat or outfit, it ! a members who drsirr to aid other thi same spirit us they have now in good suggestion that we suggest of exuberant youth is certainly en- This was one of the best stands that brought the spectators to their fret The scene might have the Directors have taken and if any when he made a beautiful end run for members from advancing money on the Convention and to let nothing to first try at home to make your pur tertaining. been laid in our town so universal is one is debating the question whether 25 yards around the right end and thrir tobacco, but tn each and every Make them away from Christ, chase. The merchants thl year have or not hr wishes to join the pool, Immediately carried the pigskin over case the tobacco must be delivered One of the best and most pleasing one of the best and mint elaborate the local color, and so American is will have to deride before this date the line for 20 yards more around it in touches of home life. In thr name of the person growing it, j numbers was the duet rendered by the r lines of ladies and gent Kobin" by Mrs. liumell is a con as it was as stated above the unani left end. Captain Cox was responsiand assignment given, and thr grow little .Mioses llastln, who are the atknown in the his- ever er will be paid by the Association tractive daughters of .Mr. and Mrs. tury of the City and it behoves you tinuation uf "Head of the Houe of mous vote oi an nirectors that no ble for a murker as well as W. Rob Of courv- - you will want contract would be accepted after inson, who played his usual good whatever is left after paying the loan C. It Itaitln. At the close of this as a citizen of (Sarrard county and Coombe" to finish that grade story. "The November lith. game and who is an open field runner on the crop, successful convention the following the City of Lancaster to visit your Country Heyond" and "Babbitt" are "We hope that no employee or were elected to nerve thr C. K. for local of ability. The fourth and last mark merchants before going ele both "lies Babe ellers" read them er came in the hands of the local member of the Hurley Association another year: where. Ilemember It l the local they are for your enjoyment' and by C. will buy the crop of any member or who President. Mr. C. it. Hastin, of this merchant who is trying to serve you Home boytthe path Gastineau,Hubert followed up led by Crutchand if any employee City; Vice President. Mr Vernon in the best manner that he know- prtiot. Died, at his home in our city, lit field. does this, he will be promptly dis- Cox, of Mt Vernon, Ky.; Secretary, Car Common Red Brick just in. how It is the local merchant who tie Jennings Hryan, son of Mr. and liruttou at C was in all the mix- missed from the service of the Asso- Miss Katie Carpenter, of llarrods. Hudson A Farnau. the is lighting for the churches, Mn. Virgil Conn. ups as well as hi right and left hand ciation. Members are asked to re- burg; Treasurer, Mr. Keuben Webb, schools, it is your merchant who Death came men in the personsof Cox, II. C. and port to the president's office any pur- of Nicholasville, Ky ; Supt. of the works for the interest of the county. Universi The opening with tofriendly care. bud Heaven conveyed Knvanaugh. They were in line with chases of crops or offers to purchase 10th. Legion, Miss Martha P Masters, the roads and such like and you owe And bade it hlosxnu there. tackles G. D. Kobinson and Crutchcrops on the part of members or em- of Nicholasville; Supt of Junior him a debt of buying your merchan ty Hie luneral ot the little two year field. The wing men were Lawson, ployees of the Association, so that Work. Mi Nuncy Mae llornie, of dise from the one who helps you and old son was held Wednesday after Anderi-o- n und Kste. This trio playprompt action may be taken to pre Nicholasville ; Supt. Intermediate he helps you In one way or the other PLAY IIERK TOMORROW noon. Itev. II S, Hudson of the Pres ed exceptionally good ball and broke vent continuation of such prac- Work, Mrs. Anna Foreman, of when he stands shoulder to shoulder The Transylvania University Fresh byterian church, conducted the ser up the aerial attack of Madison High. tices." Ky ; Supt. Jr. Order, Miss Patsy to you on the many proposition men eleven will on tomorrow (Fri vices and spoke in words of teliderest Speake and Henry were in the afterCalmes, of Stanford, Ky. Speculators Prices w disabove. stated Think of one III to face the sympathy and comfort of deepest noon's scrap and were cheered on The Junior band of the Christian tress, do you go to the merchant in lay) arrive in llrandenburg, Ky , Oct. 21 splendid program Sat- the surrounding places, the larger undefeated eleven representing Lan- Christian hope and promise. The their exceptionally good playing. W. A. Ilakett, County Judge of church gae Hi. This promises to be one choir sung with beauty and sweet Their mascot "Bill" dressed in green to help? caster .Meade county, in a statement regard- urday afternoon. The delegate were cites or ask the mull hou-and white attended to his men in a of the best games yet to be played ness. cared for III the homes of l.aiu-mtcNo it Is thr local merchant be he ing the activities of the tobacco buyLike the front that closes the pedals real southern manner. who were delighted to have these hon- Druggist, (Srocerman, llutcher, Hard- and will prove to be an interesting ers and speculators in this section, thus the life contest. T. V. from Lexington has of the beautiful ro-said that ill his opinion the price ored guests and who did everything ware merchant or any business man. in their power to make the stay of He l the one who stands by you, and one of the strongest College Fresh, of this little one passed awuy at the Richmond f offered by them were about men teams in the State and will iniiki break of day, to join the other little The the delegates a pleasant one. Mrs, helps to make our little City what the real value of the crop. I'apt.nn Cox and his green and white Angels in Heaven. K. II. Itourlaml and K. C it is today. Mr. Lads Let's show him we apspeculators :ir buying only the choice This beautiful life was so precious. rsied men uncork many of their w, r,'l 1,1 enter- preciate It by assisting him f croM, according to Judge llaskett. new plays In order to send the visi so frought with blessings to his Brother Sauflev Boosts L. II. S. and he says that In his opinion, the talniucnt and enring for the delegates that he seemed a Dower of para. tors home with the small end of the ttnvlriL 10 and It was the great work that these Locals Royally Honored friifid for whieli thrv uri Does Not score. I oach Downing of T. I t die permitted to bloom for a brief . 1.,.!. I. I:. I. I ' ,,,nl I",,'"' to 'jr. cents a pound would bring l"" working hard to be the first team season by their side, then recalled to to make this Convention .such a sue- Nerves to take the locals scalp while Coach its nature skies, leaving the earth The L. II. S. foot ball eleven up- .'III to 50 rents n pound if sold under marketing system. thr Chiropractic simply releases the lleber is having supper served to the road for them lonely and dark in- on returning tu Lanruster after winThree former Garrard county peoJudge llaskftt' statement follows: ning Friday's game were highly com- pressure on the impinged nerve in the men on the turf in order that he deed. ple who are now connected with the "I have been chairman of the Hurplimentray to Mr. S. M. Saulley, who spinal column the nerve that is may continue the long chain of vic- He only itosm-i- his little hands. State C. K. work were here for the ley Tobacco Growers' hindered from sending out I DO per tories already won by the local He only looked more meek and fair, is one of the best Kditors in the vVre highly compliState for hi kind remark relativu Association since its otganizaton in Convention und mentary to the local (' K. Organlzn cent nerve energy and thereby per- leven. "Doc Khodea of State will We parted back his silken hair. Meade County, Kentucky. We have mits the stomach, lungs, liver, head, call this game promptly at .'I P, M. We wove the roses around his brow, to the local eleven through the quite a number of farmers who pool Hons for their splendid program, they bowels or other part of the body to White huils, the summer') drifted olumns of the pret and to the Facul were Miss Georgia Dunn, Field Sec- ed their crop last year and the price I ty the members of the Madison Couu- snow, Kicked by Mule Mll" '"ngu, Supt. become normal. primarily upon a High School for the entertain received for same has been far above I r,',ary Health depends Wrapt him from head to foot In oi Little Otto Simpson, the eleven their expectation. Not n single per- Mr, me wormy nervier rrognim unil 1 00 per cent flow of nerve energy. ment after the game when they servMowers, Lud Fisher, President of the 0th, sandwiches and son ha made u complaint and I sinIn giving you an adjustment I ad year old son of Mr. and Mrs. John And thus he went out of this world ed hot chocolate, by pooling District of Harlan, Ky cerely believe the farmer, verything that was good lo eat. Itc- - Simpson, who lives on It, F, D. No, M, just thr cause of your disease. of ours. Kvery lad who made the trip was their crops thla season, will receive a lieve the pressure on the nerve in the had the misfortune of being kicked by Day Dull loud In their praise fur the courteous much better price for their crops than jpi rial colunin and nature makes you a mule at his home Saturday mornof ing. The lad was rushed Immediatethey will get on the open market, or treatment extended them by Brother Monday wax court day here and a well. We take this method of express Saulley und the Kichmond people in from the dealers who arr trying to small crowd was in town, A little II. K. Wade, I). C, Chiropractor, ly to the Danville and Hoyle County ing, our heartfelt appreciation to the general. purchase the choice crop. The price stock was on the market with few Lancaster, Ky. Hospital, where every attention (s relatives und friends who were so being given. offered by local dealer fur the choice buyers. Very little trading of any Office hours 9 to tl A. M , and very kind and sympathetic during Ballard's OWtisfc Flowr is put, crop, In my opolnlon, is about one-ha- lf kind was done, all In all this was one 'J to Q P. H- the illness and death of our dear little healthful and daUcioiss. It it atada Ballard's Pur Wheat Bran. thr real value. In other word, of the quietest days Lancaster has Kvening, Sundays and Holidays by Kentucky Farm Food, Purina on, Jennings II. and also those who ia a saotlessly clean aaill of tha Saat 1 think the crop that are selling for experienced in some time. appointment. (It.) Pig Chow, Tuiesio Hog Halloa, were to faithful in nursing him und of wheal. Try a sack today and 20 and 25 cenU would bring, through Tankage, and ground Barley. for the beautiful flowers. notice the difference. Kanawha Ceauiae Northern Seed Rye and Tlasethy the pool, from 30 to 60 cents Dickon' Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Conn, , Hudaoa a Faraau. Hudson A Fansau. Hudson) A Faraau. Sail. Sees!. HuJsoa ft Faraau. 11 - TO BUY TOBACCO Saturday THEIR VICTIM K, d Gilbert by-la- Speak Garrard Tuesday Judge Thurman ,t, - n by-la- nt frh ..,, Last Trade at -- ready-to-weu- e Little Called Transylvania Freshmen 11 D.m-vill- L-- 11 es r e, one-hal- Team Enter tains Lancaster - par-flit- 1 m . Chiropractic Stimulate The I J' a Court Card Thanks Sal-lard- 's Mid-dling- s, ft Th Ctntral Rtcord. LancaaUi, Ky., Thursday, Oct 26 922 1 I WHATEVER EAI I). A. Hcrvey, II. I Lexington Sunday. Francis, K. I Kstridgr Bred In Old Kentucky are two case of diphtheria Woods, It. C. Woods. It. W. There and F. It. Smith. reported in this end of the county. The following delegate from Fair Mrs. T. It. Slavin and Mrs. Jett View Christian Kndenvor Society atFriIltiy a DIXIE BRED BOAR to cross, on your of Richmond, were In Paint I.lck tended the Ninth District C. K. Con day. jrrade sow and watch the rcnulta. vention at Lancaster Sunday evening) Mrs. Kli F.stridge visited her son. Kev, T. II. Clayton, Pastor, .MK Hum, Don't take a chance jict a DIXIE guarantee Mr. Felix Kstridge at Wallaeeton last I Scott, Pres. of Senior C F... .Mrs. with every hoar. I Mark Henderson, Misses Pearl and week. 15 BIG RUGGED FARMERS' BOARS AT Heaxley, of Paris, wns Mttie Henderson Nellie Scott. Supl. Mrs. S. J. FARMERS' PRICES. Kml,y J' ",mrr nni1 the guest of Mis Kate F.ly Friday ' ''f Jun'rl.t M K Anderson. afternoon an.l night. 0n,J,,1"rl, fro'" chufch ,SumUir MS.. Lucille Pavi. who is attend! . -- . . Ing school at Junction City spent SANDERS BROS. A J. M. AMON, PROP. ly surprised to see n number of rel.v Monday at home. from Friday until LANCASTER, KY. live who had arrived during her abMr. ami Mrs. Ollie Iloian attendeil sence bringing with them a bountiful dawBaaSJIJsaMgS the Sherman Kiild sale at Wallaeeton dinner. The occasion was her (JGth. Saturday. birthday. Those present were, Mr. Miss Jennie I'jrks arrived Monday and Mrs. (ieorge Roger and family, Little Chrlst.ne fSrern, who hi. CARTERSVILLE egg shells. to be the guest of Misses l.ury and Mr. and Mrs. N. W. Movers and fambeen a suffer of Diphtheria is betu-a- t "On farms where milk cannot be Margaret Francis. ily, Mr. and Mrs. P.dgar Rogers anil Mrs. I J. Carter, who ha been this writing, Iliad, a dry mash made of 40 pounds family nnd Mrs. Joe Rowlette and very sick i improving (lotla McQuerry is visit. at Ml 15 for Mr. and Mrs. Joe James, of Paris, daughter, all of Kichfnond, Mrs. (of corn meal, 20 pounds of bran, 20 Jen. home folks and attending mrct'iir with her mother, Mr. nie Rogers Mr. Frank Carter bought a nire pounds of shorts and 20 pounds of Ky., have been and family, Mr. und Mrs. t at Good Hope this week. tankage that contains at least CO per Marthn F.ly for about two weeks vis. Tom Todd and family and Mr. and mare from R. V. Brock for f&f. I Mr. R. C Iloian, Mrs. Sam Dsv,. it. i cent protein should be used to sup .Mrs. J. P. Rogers and family, of this Mr. and Mr. John Clark visited and Mr. Addle Paris were the guri ply the protein. This mixture should Mrs. Hebecca F.stridge spent a few place. All left wishing for Mrs. Mr. nnd Mrs. I). Green at llerea last of Mrs. Pearl Davis Friday. be kept before the hens at all times day. of the past week with her son, Rogers many more happy birthday. w erk. Cuts Down und a pound of the grain mflixturc Mr. Felix Kstridge, near Wallace-ton- . Mr and Mr. McQuerry, Mrs On Oct. 11th. Paint Lick foot ball Mr. ami Mr. Jim Clark, of llrrea, fed for every pound of nmsh that the Sinth. of Indiana and Mr. Koher team went to Richmond and defeated visited Mr. and Mr. Crtt Robinson MrQurrry visited Mr. and Mrs Crop hens eat. It i best to feed one- Several from this place attended the Kastern Normal "teachers" by Sunday. Three-fourtHamp McQuerry Sunday. of the hen. on Ken- third of the grain in the morning and K. Convention at tjincater the score of tl to U. Kutern probat night in a lit the C. tucky farms would lay more egga In the other Mr. A. It. Carter and children There will be a Sunday Sehno Saturday and Sun-da- ably considered it an accident for the winter if they were fed right, ac- ter of straw of ten to 12 inches deep. Christian church they readily granted a return game spent Sunday with her mother. Mr. rally at the Cartersvllle M. K. church cording to J. R. Smyth, poultry speci- Whin milk is being used to supply ('. S. Roop. Sunda). Oct. 'J'Jth. with dinner on and arrived in Paint Lick Saturday Mr. and Mr. Luther Peyton and alist of the College of Agriculture. the protein, an average of from 12 Miss Lucille Morford visited home the ground. P.verybody f cordiall anxiou and confident of wiping off Thl. has an important bearing on the to 15 pounds of grain should be fed little son, Hilly Rivers, were guest the State. Then stock went up folk at lluena Vlta from Friday invite! to come and bring a bakr profits that farmers maku from their each day for each 10O hen in the Sunday of Mr. ami Mr. II. J. of dinner iUlckly 'for in the ilrt three minutes until Sunday flock because eggs are higher in Mock." of play on a lucky fumble from Stone Mis Allice Sutton, of Marksbury, to the waiting arms of Mauiou the was the manning guest oi latter was enabled to cross the line Hie and Poru Scott for the week practically unobserved fur six and end. the final point for Eastern. In secMr. Durward Centers spent the !'"'! quarter T. Davit for Paint Lick, t week-enHighest Cash Price paid for TURKEYS, GEESE, in Richmond with hi mints earned the ball for a murker and drop In last quarter F. DUCKS, CHICKENS, GAME, EGGS, and nil other Mrs. II. II. Robinson and Mrs. G. C. kicked the goal. If you want to buy & home you can borrow Hensley got away on a long run for Country Produce. Cx. the muney and pay it back on the laitallment another touch down and Davis ugain We charge no commission, we buy exclusively, ha returned kicked the goal, ending the game Mrs. Win. Kldridge plan. Make application to the Secretary now write for prices. from a visit to several eastern cities Final score, Paint Lick 1, Kastern, daughter. Mrs. L. II. fi. The Katern boy and is with her Coops and ctwes furnished to our shippers. were simply Francis. outclassed thruout the game and went I'erhap DaMr. and Mrs. Jen. lleaxley and I.. back home convinced. THE BUCKEYE PRODUCE COMPANY I). Fritts, of Richmond, were guests vis hon brightet for Paint Lick Incorporated Miss Sir Sktlkj Mum, Stcly-TruJ. E. RttosM. PrestsicKtt. brother, Mr. R. X. Heaxley but rest of his fellow ran him a f hi close second. 111 East Front Street Cincinnati, Ohio. Sunday. and Miie Virginia Hammnck Geneva I.ogsdon spent the week-enwith Judge and Mrs. Treadway, in Cynthiana. Lancaster. A splendid program has been plan Mr. and Mrs. (5. C. Cox and Mrs. ned. Mrs. VY. C. James, president BAPTIST W. M. U. V. M U., will address II. II. Robinson, of Richmond, were of Southern the meeting. This alone promises to guests Friday of Mr. and Mr. Walter Center. All delegates to the annual meeting be quite a treat. and Kvcry society should be represent of the Uaptist Woman's Missionary Mr. and Mrs. Klbert Tenter Union at Cynthiana, Ky., Nov. ed. Plan to have a large represen son. Wilton Cnby, were guets of her should tend names with society they tatlon from each association. Cyn father. Mr. Jas. A. Scott Saturday represent to the W. M. U. office anil thiana women are waiting to give a nnd Sunday. also to Mrs. O. A. Rankin, Cynthiana, royal welcome. Mr. R. L. Hill left Tueday for Ky. Free lodging, breakfast and up-pMrs. Allen Cook Terhune, Ashland, Ky., where he ha accepted will be furnished delegates. Danville, Ky., a position as purchasing agent for a Kvcry superintendent or her sub Southeastern Dist. Press Chairman. retility firm. stitute is urged to be present at the I Mist Elizabeth Heaxley is at home meeting of superintendent and Ceil-- 1 after several weeks' visit with her tral Committee, Tuesday, Nov. "th , uncle, Mr. lien Heaxley nnd family, at 8:00 P. M. , in Lexington. Return tickets can be purchased at WE WILL PLACE ON SALE Mr. l II. Wallace wa called to III half price provided '.'SO go to Con- MENTHOLATUM Lexington this week to ice her by rail, paying a fare going vention brother-in-law- , Mr. Denton, who con- antiseptic of net less than 07eU. He sure to very ill. tmues he secure certificate receipt from ticket Miss Hal Royston and Mr. J. H. agent when purchaing ticket to Woods have returned from n few days visit with Mr. und Mrs. A. A. Mc- for men young Kmney, in Louisville. Minn Kmma llurchell has returned men the from a week's visit with her rouin, price of $24.75. Miss Ida Hrurnfield and other rein-liv- e Nicholasville. near These Mttes Diana Wood and Nancy $27.50, $30.00 from Mante (iuyn were delegate church to the C. K. Convention in $32.50 $35.00 Lancaster Saturday and Sunday. Suits, wool, Rev. Clayton, of Lexington, tilled hi regular appointment at Fair best workmanship morning and attended the ('. new snappy modSunday Ii I' Convention at afternoon. els. Every Suit Mr. und Mrs. Joe Jiime. Mr. Mar j our usual U.a Kly and Miss Kute Kly motored THIS GENERAL STOHE IS PREof Junction Cit Sunday und spent ti e duy with Mrs. Kly'. son, Mr. Ilu YOUR MONEY PARED TO SELL IT TO YOU AT frd Kly nnd family. BACK not satisSPECIALLY REDUCED PRICES. About 75 mumbert of the fied. The View church and Sunday School en-- ! joyed a picnic and stroll in the woods We want to make a direct hid for your patron-nK- e. .are the vary best, urnund Cartersville Saturday. A most Solid Blues, Solid at least a portion of it. In making that hid or enjoyable day was spent. BKsBlBKsBKsBKsBKaKsBKsBva&aKsBKsBKsr Jt4 Browns, Checks, Mr. and Mrs. M. K. Itos and chil- - , wo want to nsmire you that we will accord yon the uren, Mr. Karl McWhorter and Mm' moat complete consideration in the matter of qualIt. i'i Ava McWhorter visited Ml new Get Ros Saturday at St. Catherine, near ity, price and courtesy that is humanly possible. No Springfield, Ky., who i. in school into our and house can promise more and live up to the promise. there. tfcityour size while The meeting at Manse continues in is same as cash. Your Produce the stock is unInterest und large crowds attend euch service. Rev. Drown is a very inbroken, sizes 34 to teresting speaker und those who atCopyright IV22 Dsn Si Inline r .V Mm 44. tended ure well pleased with his ad- Now smoked by a million ?nen who love a superior cigarette 111 vlU(jp cigartttaa 10c price In the winter than they are at othr time of the year. The flock that produce a large number of eftir during the coming four or Ave months will pay far more profit on a yearly basis than one that yields the largest number of eggs in the spring and summer month. "Kxperiments that have been car. rleil out on the college farm and tests that have bene made by farm era of the state show that some form of nnlmnlaproteln, such n milk, meat scrap or tankage, is necessary if hen are to lay the most eggs In winter. If ns much milk as a gallon a day for every 30 hens can be had, it Is not necessary to feed a dry mash contain ing this protein. A grain mixture made of 70 parts of corn and .10 parts of oats nr wheat should he gven along with the milk. It probably will he best for fanners to use rh.it along with the corn this winter as Kentucky oats this year turned out to be of poor (Iround quality. also limestone rthould be kept before the hens at nil times as this It needed for making DOINGS AT PAINT LICK Intcrcstinjr News of East End Capitol Gathered By Alert Correspondents Messrs. Wm. Davis and I.cst Pro-it- t wYre Mis F.lva KUtlroth, Mesdanies were In BOARS i 1 '1 Dixie Stock Farms. Poor Feed Winter h of Eft two-thir- jne TURKEYS WANTED - MONEY to LOAN d 1 Lancaster Building & Loan Ass'n d IMPORTANT 7-- Special Suit Sale er , An usly cut ? At $24.75 and Saturday, October 28th, 60 SUITS are regular and all v jjB):-S23I-:-2:X- and popular at YOU - IEU USE View-Sunda- I i carries guarantee if patterns i Stripes and other patterns. store Becker & Ballard BRYANTSVILLI, KENTUCKY. 4 1 ' dress. Misses Lucy and Murgutet Francis entertained last Wednesday In honor of their guest, Mis Klva Elsdroth, of Cincinnati. Those who enjoyed the hospitality of the Misses Francis Hoim of Quality. Laacuter, Ky. Th Central Racord, Lancaster, Ky., Thuriday, Oct 26, 922 1 BRYANTSVILLE Mr. Mlt wm here WcdnrUy. BcmIp (Sultry hm In J. I.. Wntklni, of Lexington, brr n vlMtlng HAS TAKEN THE TOWN BY STORM MEN relnlivrn LrxInRton. SALE CUTS THE PRICES AND NOT THE QUALITY. Ei OUR ECONOMY Islington, viiltnl B. Mr. nml Mrs. Mclvln Hnrri, of Mr. nml Mm. W. Cunnlntiham recently. Mr. It. 8. Drown wn In Mmliwm County Friilay on 1uincM. Mr. H. II. Ilnlcnmb ciitrrtAinnl n few of her frlmtl nt illnncr Frirfny Srvrrnl from here vrcri In Dnnvillo Uit wrek to nttctul the "Style Show " llln Zlllnh Dnwr ha lircn thr Kurtt of .Mr?. J. I. Ilutlcr, in Han vlllr. Mrisri. (J. A. Iliiwlltip anil It. I county on Hour hvc been In Ow!-Mr. nml Mrs. J. Ilngnn DnlUnl were KUrtU of relative in Nicholan villc Sunday. Mr. Wllllnm l.ritr, of Ijinrn.tcr, pent Thur!)' with hrr ilnuchter, ARE CARRYING AWAY FALL AND WINTER CLOTHES IN GREAT QUAN-TITIEVERY DOLLAR IPENT WITH US MEANS A BIG SAVING TO YOU No IIlRh Rents WE WILL HELP TO SUPPLY YOUR WINTER NEEDS Account JUST VALUES. No No Charge Fnncy Fixtures ECONOMY REAL Batson's Gash Store Mm. II. C. ltoe. Mrs. II. C. Hom; nml Mr. J llotntn n Ilallnrd were in Nirholniville and I.ex-injrto- OCTOBER MEONEY Special Offer Rich Tan Gabardine MEN'S AND YOUNG MEN'S I Fnow ALfion Winter Needs NIGHT ROBES dM v Saturday. Mr. Sallio Itohlnaon, of Ilnrrod-liurjr- t m the curt Int wrrk of Mr, Hollo Tomlimnn. Mr. nnd Mrs. J. W. Ilryant pent Sunday nt I'nlnt I.irk with tholr Live Wire October Specials dauchtrr, Mr. Rain or Shine II. II. .MonUjumery Meturs. Tom Doner nnd Itny Paul, of I.rontiun;, were horo Sunday, the irurt of Mr. nnd .Mr. C V Decker and W. II. Honor. Meiur. II. I'. Kmcnid and Kd Downing, of Corbin, wore here ov oral day lat week, the truest of Mr. M. 0. Kennedy. V. Kurler, of I.e. Mr. and Mr. Ington, Mr. nnd Mr. Sam Karloo, of Joamlno, wore here Sunday, the . cui-il- i of rel'live. MU I.ovy Dunn returnrj to hor homo in Ijncator Thursday, after .I ...... ...tin - ........ L. I 1111111,11 II urn- - Ml, L uuiuK II m.i.1 ... I tin n ln.nit 1.1 a..... ..lh.v r...m.l. ..ni.t ....I. Mo.nr. C. M. Hoan and II C Ituble delivered a rnrlomt of hir nt this. urvV mini of them bo. ins purchaed for K und K4ct. per pound. WINTER SUITS STYLE PLUS AND OTHER MAKES PURE WOOL WORSTEDS NOVELTY NEW TWEEDS OVERCOATS Silk Lined OUTING CLOTH 1 .UU rr $24.75 or CONSERVATIVE SILK CLOCKED WOOL HOSIERY GEAN ncn DC 9 .oy 7C JC 1 Regular Shoulder with Full licit $17.85 SPORT MODELS, FORM FITTING pants FLEECE LINED UNDERWEAR MEN'S AND YOUNG MEN'S SWEATERS RUGBY and BRADLEY PURE WOOL SLIP-OVER Suits or Overcoats WONDERFUL VALUES CORRECT WINTER MODELS REGULAR $25.00 VALUES... HIGH SCHOOL, YOUNG MEN'S AND STAPLE BLACK AUTO GAUNTLETS FALL HOSIERY SOLID COLORS SILK LISLE HOSIERY EXTRA QUALITY HANDKERCHIEFS GOOD "PIONEER" SUSPENDERS CABLE WEB CARTERS . i no .0 i $19.75 MODELS i HC or ODC if . iVC AQ OC The rain Sunday night nnd Mon , ilny came a a crrat relief to thoi all' farmer In thi vicinity of the umall grain had boon own and It noodod rain uito badly AImi! ator for both tock and drinking! purpnupi continue. to bo very scarce. ! Thl drouth orm to bo one of the: worst we have had for m number of COAT STYLE Mt $5.85 BOYS SCHOOL CAPS 50c TIME TO GET YOUR Men's EXTRAORDINARY SPECIAL PRICE Winter Suits VALUE, WELL MADE, OC 1Q year. $12.85 ILv y The Mjitm of the 0T 1'. Friday nt the homo of Mr. V M. Dean wn n very enjoyable aifntr In oory way. Mr. Dean wa n mon delightful hottoM nnd a wry npetix-ini- t lunch wa rved which addeil greatly to the ocial houro, The pro. gfam wa also very intonating and Dr. Walker of Danville, mitructivo. and Mr. I. fin Cannon, of Nichola. ville wore cuft from a dUtance and bath gave very able and moit enjoy able talk. ull-da- NEW FALL Winter Underwear BUY IT AT SALE PRICES AND MAKE BIG SAVINGS SPRING NEEDLE RIBBED SPECIAL SALE PRICES SMALL BRIM FALL STYLE EXTRA SPECIAL FALL HATS THE "PEP" Work Clothes BLUE OVERALLS SPECIAL OFFER WORK PANTS HEAVY WEIGHT HOSIERY CORDUROY PANTS LEATHER PALM WORK GLOVES $2.50 ... .. fQ yOC i ;n l.Oy ry-WO- PERFECT FITTING It to bo wondered nt that an .... .. iu imiiKi-- I....... ... mi'. C. .. I miles in i out iVte-collect In full at the gate r in't . UNIOIN DERBY RIBBED CLOSED CROTCH WILSON BROS. WHITE SUITS . $1.98 $4.98 Degenerating. llenrt itf w Were Imrf n' Iron und purl of elny. John ItiitLlii the ilrotim of Vi'htii'huiliifzrnr It mly ho foot licit wore pnrt of Iron Mini uirt of Wn . Imt mum of in immv lire crttlnc on iriii-- l in nir .uiirlec. Hint It .ooiii f, in u i In- - wry Ill wan ... $1.00 $1.48 JC IMPORTED VELOURS BLACK, SEAL AND BROWN OC o .yO iQ 1 or ECRU FINE RIBBED FALL CAPS '$1.00 C Stoclilng. Tlie tune Mocklnci fnnnorly ttorn lir erf rnlliil low; nlieli Woro lut I ixhittit tin l.rns lu- wore ttillil upper Murk nnd the lower part . nolhi!ri,M U or 1Ue knit ted origiiiHtiil in Italy, It van llr-- t liroiiclit to KiikImiii! by Wll llalil Uliler III I.Vtl Wowil MmklllKii uerf ilfVlMil l Wllllnm l.ee. of Si John' ewllo4i., ( umlirlilce. In 1 Mm-klugMix-klii- e OCTOBER SALE-BO- YS DEPARTMENT Big Money Saving Opportunity YOU CAN I!(liaue, DRESS YOUR BOY STYLISHLY CORDUROY PANTS COAT SWEATERS AND ...$1.48 ECONOMICALLY. HIGH GRADE SUITS ! THAT DULL ACHING Drta'i worry and eirnlaln i..iit a n rW of tt' lnr weak bail I wok Ui4iev. Uwe nr. eiv ImoIc Oiir Kill-i- t nlirHtMo remmHid Auk votir netsMmr n Wl Boys Sweaters WORSTED 52.48 SLIPOVERS BRADLEY-KNIT Childrens Overcoats Strifcinjr St h's, i;.iod .Mnt'nal Sicca 2 to S ?ir SALE PRICE . 98 NEW FALL CAPS !in' .$4.98 ... 98c 3f)o FOR BOYS VrlTH TWO PANTS mm S lo 18 yearn nh md the b ekitah rrtslmv I bail a tutl nuciing nrhn r fin baek iml ww la the aiaatl of o U'n ben ! tot up I w loe Ibis tatfme Ur V K I r. e Kld' rv rill ' Wnkv Stan'otil "I I look rvmn uffrln Stripe, alto 5lid Color. . . ALL WOOL SWEATER New Rainbow Body KNIT SILK TIES c n 7O vj).OD Mini.' t n I JUVENILE SUITS For l.itrt FHoh.i Heautifu!l b5 arroaa ll h'"l'- ' e t.i nriMl M kllnfs wrev ' I t"'l et,(t lrrw.'rlv nt tla ne W tnmi mrMMek 1m about Iran's lieH o KWue lttk I tank nm and beforo i - w LIGHT JERSEY KNITTED FOOT HALL CQP SWEATERS BOYS' RIBBED STOCKINGS BQy55&SUITS EXTRA VALUE J.UU GOO WEIGHT All Sie 7 to 17 Y. ira CROHPTOH CORDUROY . SUITS a 19c ftlii Six Uiu-- Pants 1 8 to 7 yr 90 and $7.49 x i Mens Seoul Shoes $ 1 ,98 Buckskin Shoes Big Lot $1.98 lniw I trtwbl Dmii'i K4er VIM.." Trie 0e. kt all i1mIo In'tl !mJv aW fiir lMlwv elMeilv nme tht b Vom' Jfb'nv lHt Mr. BriVy bad Vt r Mltbtirn To. Mfra Itaftalo. N Y. ws miIIiI cured of ts I eau eHinlr reconiiinit R. H. Bateeim Big Lot of Winter weight Stevens Strong Shoes for Men and Boys CASH STORE LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. Large size One lot all slices ... EVIens Shoes $2 48 16 in top, white, extra good 55.98 r.k ROBERTS DRUG STORE Tnm Central Record. Lancaatar, Ky. Thursday. Oct 26, 1922 MAKE HER HAPPY! Just slip into our store sonic day and take home the MAJES TIC RANGE that the lianl working wife has been needing so lonjf. The best is none too good for her, and it's the cheap est in the end. BUY THE RANGE WITH A REPUATION. CONN BROS. Live and Let Live Folks The Central Record iMiiatl WaaUy. Payable in AtWaaca. II. Sd Y.r. J. E. ROBINSON. Editor. In Lan- R. L. ELKIN. Local Editor and Mgr. Entered at the Post Office caster, Ky., as Second-Clas- s Matter. Mail Finias AdVertieeaaHipMiiasalii i THE AMERICAN PRESS ASSOCIATION . l., Oct 26. 1922 Rate For Political Aausouncesaeatt. For Precinct and City Offices.! 5.00 10.00 For County Office For State and District Offices. 15.00 For Calls, per line . .10 For Cards, per line .10 For all publications in the inter est of individuals or expression of individual views, per We believe 10 line Obituaries, per line' ,05 public will be Court and the Court of Ap"Hall ami Maria!" laaiaTaaTaBBBBBBBlBBBBBBatB. peals. President Harding and GenThe editor of this paper was organization eral Dawes are close friends, chairman of the that led the fight for the bonda, and the general is constantly and wan greatly interested in singing the praises of the chief the building of the proposed executive. Dawes went to New York reroad. We thought it would be cently and in the course of a n wise businoiw move as well as business economy for the coun- "Hell and Maria" speech charty. But when the project wan acterized congress ns a "conabandoned and the present glomeration of cowardly and congress frothed. Fiscnl Court of the county unThen he dashed off and din dertook to prevcrt the will of the people of the county and ed with the president. Now the president is out in TOMORROW AND EVERT DAY AFTER I WILL GIVE YOU 100 ceftli sell the bonds for general road a statement in which he lauds purposes inviolation of the VALUE ON EVERT DOLLAR AT THIS STORE. Court's sacred contract with the work of congress as the the people, we joined in the in- best yet, a veritable mountain junction suit in thq Garrard of constructive achievement LEXINGTON SPECIAL LEXINGTON PRIZE Circuit Court to prevent this and congress simpers. PATENT PLOURPer Bag PATENT FLOUR Per Bifl Does this disprove the unci unlawful and unwarrant act on ent theory that "great minds the part of our Fiscal Court. 12 poind Bags 4 5 els Quality Guaranteed When the orders were enter run in the same channel?" Or perhnps one of these two ed calling for that vote for divergent minds is not great? $192,000.00 in bonds it was Or perhaps they can't find Special fir PER stated in the orders and argu stump and set the channel? ed from the SUIT "Hell and Maria!" Saturday Only out in various editorials in this paper that the proceeds of the bonds could and would be used Why People Suffer Red ftoso Brand Dress Ginghams, Fast Colors, 'JOcts. per yard, now . .18ct. only for the building of this Yard Wide Percals, Dark and Light Colors, per yard IScU. Federal Highway. When the From Painful Feet Hest Shirting. Assorted Colors, per yard Iftcta. vote was taken and it was fav "Why do ii many people suffer to orable to the bonds, the vote lay from foot troubles?" Thi. ques LL Sheeting, Good, per yard lOcts. with the orders became a con tion was asked today of Joeph's. Soft Hleach, per yard 15cta. and 17cts. tract between the people and "Undoubtedly." said .Mr. Joseph, much 1 Pepperell Sheeting, Unbleached, per yard, 42jcts. Bleached 45cU. the court and it was an attempt "the hurd pavement. have had down on the part of the Court to to do with producing broken Bugs, 'Jliibxfi-- inches, each 8fct. arches, extreme tirednesa, burning violate this sacred contract sensation, painful heels, corns, cal Ladies Black, White and Tan Hose, per pair . lOcti. with the people. louses nnd similar foot discomfort. in the On the other hand poorly fitting shoes The Court of Appeals written opinion handed down have contributed largely to bring I HAVE THE BEST LINE OF SHOES I'VE EVER HAD took occasion to remark that about thete conditions." Mr. Joseph, "It would certainly be inequit anatomy under who haw studied foot the direction of Dr. able, if not ludicrous" to up- Wm. M. Scholl, the nationally known hold the contention of the Fis foot authority, wyi regardless 0f the AND AN ADDING A BIG LINE OF RUBBER GOODS. cal Court in its request for a cause, there is a remedy for every right or privilege to sell the foot trouble. Mr. Salmon, per can bonds in light of the premises. ations Joseph U now tomaking prepar participate in for his store We do not think that the what is known a Dr. School's Na Corn, per can Fiscal Court placed itself in a tional Demonstration Week. This Pork and Beans, per can very favorable light before the will be held from Oct. 28th. to Nov. people of the county in making 4th. He explained that thousands this attempt to sell these bonds of shoe dealers throughout the United States and Canada will make a and that it made a mistake in special effort to relieve suffering and doing so. The Court may need see that prisons railing at his store funds in addition to the regu- are fitted with comfortable stylish lar road tax fund to put the shoes. In this connection he made the in roads of the county in proper teresting assertion that Dr. Scholl has repair but the orders under perfected as appliance for every foot dar of appointments. It's no trouble at ail for some pco- j Presbyterian which a vote for bonds in the trouble, and that his method of foot l The service Sunday night at 7 IT. , pie to outline t'mr usefulne future-wil- l be mighty plain and correction was cicntitic, accurate Church Notice Ton,c "I'ractical godliness in iew pproucmng t risis. 01 an home people never Know when to rieae definite as to what will be done and absolutely dependable. No An old poet says: "All our sor read II I'eter 3. pjit because thry never get started,. with the bond money before special shoes were necessary, for with the proper appliance correctly rows spring from forgetfulnes of, An earnest invitation is extended, A head crammeil with wlsjom is the same favorable vote for fitted, any shoe, he declared, could be God," and it i true the person who' to nil to attend our services of no value unless it has an outlet. bonds will be given again in made an anatomical shoe. does not go to church is apt to forget' light of the attempted steps on "Demonstration Weik is going to God. The special service planned the last vote. Fiscal bodies be a revelation to many people who for this church the next two ueeks beginning Monday evening at 7:15 must keep inviolate contracts never dreamed there was such a thing as' relief from their foot troubles," are designed for the special purpose with the people if they expect said Mr. Joseph. "It has been prov of preventing us from the fatal nils-- ' the confidence of their en that jf the bones of the foot are take. Thin is one of the ways we are pen-wee- s" met 9-I TRADE YOUR DOLLAR FOR SOMETHING DETTER 75c O'Bryan Overalls $3.00 C. Z. ENGLE, Lancaster, Ky. J .... properly supported, as thew are with Dr. Scholl's Appliances, in shoes that fit, they gradually resume their norFiscal Court was defeated in mal position and function in a way that not only provides comfort but this litigation with certain tax maintains the neat, stylish appearpayers of the county, among ance of the shoe." Mr. Joseph said National Demon them being the editor of the Record, and that if we are to stration Week was the time for every have a bonded indebtedness for body to be good to their feet that the general pleased that the DEMOCRATIC TICKET FOR CONGRESS HON'. UAU'H GILRKItT any purpose it must be square ly presented to the voters before it can be incured. Right Prevails There will be no .sale of any bonds of Garrard county under the vote taken two yearn ago in favor of issuing $192,000.00 to aid in the building a Federal highway across the county. When the State and Federal authorities failed to come up to their part, which was fifty-fiv- e per cent the project was Although it was abandoned. well known that the overwhelming vote of 1497 to 1511 for the bonds to build an asphalt road across the county and for no other purpose at a cost of only 45 per cent to the county, the present Fiscal court conceived the idea that it could and ought to substitute its plans for those voted by the people and sell a portion of these bonds and use the money for general road purposes. The Court was enjoined from carry ing out tuts unfair and un authorised act and the Fiscal court lost in both the Circuit And Now it is Both Hurrah! Feminity has spoken, and short skirts are not to be doom ed entirely, according to some of the leading modistes. It is to rest with the women themselves, and especially with the younger set. If a girl has pipe stem legs, of if her ankles are large and unshapely, she may take refuge behind the long skirt and be quite in style. But if her limbs arc of that beautiful contour which commands admiration and excites envy, then short skirts may continue to be worn and masculinity may continue to stare. As a matter of fact, it is going to be a hard job to induce a young woman who has been admired for her shapely legs to tuck them out of sight again. And of a certainty few men can be found who will aid the long skirt movement. Life is too sweet as it is for the men. fulfill fri Ames Racer Cfcagsfe a Clves Ym TWs Gassy mi trying to serve. We extend to ull a hearty invitation to attend the meetings. , The Indies' prayer meeting will be held Thursday evening ut 7:15 at' the following places: On Danville street, Kinnalrd Sisters; on Richmond street, Mrs. J. K. Stormes; on I.ex ington street, Mr. S. I., Gibb, .mil on Maple avenue, Mrs. II. S. Hudson The Men's meeting at the churc. the same time. next Sunday The usual service morning at o'clock und evening at 7:15. The Pastor will preach. Come to these services not merely lo hear the sermons but to worship God. We are banded together to help bring the Kingdom of God to earth. It's a big job, but mure can be done if YOl' help. 1 1 as A I sV r a. a. A it I Ik. lI r awawaw i v, a T, iafi Prcpare-for-Wint- er Baptist Church News A program will be given by member of the Sunday School next Sunday following 4he regular session of These exercise will tuke the school. DEMONSTRATIONS Daily at Cur Store Come to these demonstrations nnd learn how to save half your fuel rro . how I 1.. kv.q to have u botu-- r h how proper heating anci vtntialio:i help to keep the family happy and healthful. ' Here you will see CALORIC system of circulating i heatinjf plant that takes the c o' ut of the house, aa the v..r i in that pays for itself in t.3 fuji . vvs. Come. '. Turn your eld Ford lain a snappy new Racer, with speed. tlyle.ctaai, be inounl. Ifitf this DofMilar Ames Lmly on your bl J Furdchaitia. TrlmmnlarulpainUil IiokIiikI uudr New York Kcd. unorj with eiWer. Note how Afrrt sprrial Kadiamr ihtll.i!h high, full minima lluud, produce lhnappy edrctjound only in rush tirade Snort Cars. EquipI Jul cilenucrfi. liitia-lo- r ment includes litter pip. Hunk wilh Vale luck and II necrmary lhnienishigh mounttne. lor Sum nutciUI ued grader are. in Anyone with wrcrKh sml acrew lilrr can mount in an iwur. LuiKth,IIOUKiica. for in man lo have scant hltownalnlufluiif. will rank UvorjUy with any roadster In appearance, speed and economy. If you havent a turd, you ran pick up a rurJchaua anrwlwie at Mile coat. Nu ridr, M all we ruaranlea you wis) M pleased or will refund your Mwrti ttYtw Imk,$4.M every litre's Iks chance cod a car thai the place of the reguiur preaching service and afford an opportunity tu emphasize some important ph.ies of our work. The Juniors meet at 11:15. The .Senior are ulo urged to come for a special meeting at the close of the Junior service. We appeal to the Christiun loyulty of every young person who attends our services to come for the purpose of organizing for our fall und winter work in the II. V I U. Demonstrations daJy DASELDEN BROS asaaaatad Ttm We will mount a new Asm study on your old ford cheeaia at no extra cost. If you wtM drive li Owen, biro. Wa an Dot far away: take, a say or two est sad aas Uwr caoatry. ranetey. (I) Tat sVbtU's laVf ir.A.i BaiUtrt IMS. .a. The topic for our prayer nervice next week will be "The Church and its officers." Thi service will be conducted by officer of the church and should prove one of the best services in our aeries of Church Loyalty and love are the church twins that Invite us to a splen. prayer did year of victory. Put meeting night in your weekly caten mem-berahi- p. SYSTEM OF CIRCULATING HEAT 'M urn Th Central Record, Lancaster Ky. Thursday, Oct 26, 1922. 4 r tmxmmmmmmmmxmm i t i'iCTURES GUIDE YOU AT EVERY STEP' We mako a specialty of correctly flttlnj? Women's and Children's FOOT WEAR and handle Dr. Scholl'n foot appliances to correct any foot troubles. Mr. and Mrs, Jefferson Harris have gone to Lancaster to spend until Monday the miektx of Mr. and Mrs. Harry D. Rler. Mb Thelma Ham- Ilton Is upending; the week-enwith Miss Mary Ellis, in Pari Lexington Herald. d 1 Good Sclioll's National Demonstration Week commences OCTOIER 28th. and last until NOVEMBER 4th. Come and let us help you get relief from your foot troubles. Dr. One of the week' most ptrnsant affairs was the ten ariven Sunday eve- -' nlnir, by Mr. Victor Lear at her home on avenue. The affair not large, was one of lovely nppointments and wns also d by a charm and grncp of hospitality for which the hostess Is noted. The table had for Its center piece n crystal basket filled with white. distln-ffuishe- Buys $1.00 $1.96 and red chrysanthemums and an pctizing rrpast was served. np-- ( DON'T FAIL To see the wonderful values wc arc ofTerinp in mntrriaU as cxpcrtt do tif l Tff thmr, yno pu Mot (irtrl,. t trout rnsdi xmI urn f t pff in mn .lih mifrr.lnm i yuui iKm Diiurf tuning tiKiiMsrnr yuu Mm LADIES MILLINERY wonder how we can oflVr such. Wonderful values (tiality and workmanship considered. You will The many friends of Mr. J. A. Conn, Jr., will regret to learn that her mother, Mm. S. I). Tuggle Is seriously ill at her home In Harbours-vill- e. Mm. Tuggle wa a recent visitor of her daughter, and went byj Crab Orchard for a visit with her' sister. Mm. Payne. The fimt news Mrs. Conn had of her mother reach. Ing home was n message saying she! was suffering from paralysis. Mrs Conn is with her mother at the pre ent time. The Woman's Club met Thursday nfternoon at the Club rooms on Lex ington avenue. Mrs. K. II. Hourland presided, and after the business ses sion, Prof. Carl Lampcrt, of the Unl versity of Kentucky, was introduced who gave a splendid lecture on "Musi cal Appreciation" followed by a musl col jirogram, with the Professor on the violin, beautifully accompanied by his wife on the piano, which was Indeed a Kteat treat and which was received with much applauses. About seventy-fivwore present to enjoy this delightful meeting. e Men's Sweaters Men's Shoes Fresh Salmon Fish, Per Pound Sweet Potatoes, Per Bushel Irish Potatoes, Per Bushel Kcifcr Pears, Per Bushel . 80x3 Tires .30x3.1 Tires Guaranteed 6,000 miles. . 14ct. $1.00 $1.25 $1.50 $6.25 $7.25 Sanders Variety Store The Red Front LANCASTER, KY. nilly mf . inimai enrvrry. fid tuur wn, Without Occupation We Kentucky women plan our work i" WHEN WE SAY that we are now showinK by WATCH THE far the BEST VALUES and finest assortment of P.: lili(Tii. mil Tl i nif lugttlwi suit Tht IWi together evportl' Jwt mi S :! u lift wuh Wrpn tl. tk iifUtf ifrrt. wi pvl if 4 pru4tMu! irauU. ),, rt fI Ladies Coats, Suits and Dresses The French finish (fx ri mil tun fiuiMic pltrlN rau lore in imortd Muntl 1 tV liuwt )mi rlw Ftrmn finuh Ik r.'hiln.J, nil so ihrx tnutlx. un(wtJi4 thy finunii "niic " n m Ycu .r iiti imJit ever shown by this or any other store in Lancaster, we know we are not exuberating in the least. An inspection of the new goods will prove a pleasure to you we are sure and will be appreciated by us. nUTTHRICK PATTERNS WITH THF: DELTOR THE ONE PRICE STORE QUALITY CORNER Friends and relatives here have re ceived the following announcement .Mi.s Jennie Swope, of Marksbury, Mr. and Mrs. II. It. Folger Mm. W A. Karnau ami n. Ken wn a visitor here Tuesday. announce tho birth of a nody, have born viitlnjj her itrr, Twelve pound boy Itev F. M. Tinder, of North Mid anil Mr. Hudson, 'Mrs, Hanks October 10th dli'tottn. was n visitor in Lancaster sad A Brkl Msaslsa ( Mm ' In Danville. Christened, Oeruld Marshall. Twesitn) Map tyTttsM Wt Am Mtnttad In. i Hngan ntul Kvelyn MiiKluabeth The following announcement has (ieorge. the little son of Mr. and been received by Garrard county Daniels have been recent guest of .Mm. Tom Tupp is sulTerinc with friends and relative.: thnr friend, Mr. Ili'ii Wllmot. Jr.. diphtheria. Mi. Hollo Denny, of Stanfonl, hat near Stanford. Mr. and Mm. Thomas L. Wall been a recent visitor hero. .sir. .Marina rnce rrishio has re- - announce the marriage of their II. Kinnalnl left Tuemlay Mm. J daughter Mr. Jame Woo.U ha rotunuil for i.oui,Vilr, whore ,he will bo the turneil from a pleasant visit to'rela Mary Alice Danvillo. front n few Uy ftay in Uiuiivtlle. KUl.,t of M All, Kinnainl. Mr. arid tivos in to !.Mr. I.ewU llermlon. , Mr. and Mrs. Jiw. Croutcher havi ..... . Mr. Alfred Marling Mitchell .Mr. I., v. wuiiey na iriuiiitu iinui, n pleasant visit to on luesilay a pleasant vtlt in Orlando, Floridu.i the seventeenth of Cixhrnn, uho in a returneil from Mr. KkiKetie relativoit in Dayton, Ohio. . October fctttilent at the University of Kentucky returned Lcavy Dunn ha with hl mother, the weok-en.Mr. und .Mrs. W. T. West, of Howl- - Nineteen hundred and twenty two from a visit to friends in Hryant- - Mr. S I) Cochran. Ironton, Ohio Ing- (irs-oare spending a few day vrlte. ! with friemhs and relatives. We think we are the busiest folk in Mrs Kva Carrinn, of KMorailo, all this wide creation, Arthuna Curroy i viitlnir Iter Ark., i vixitiiiK her si.tter. Mr. Mrs. I.ula Johnson, Mr. and Mrs, The many friends of Miss Mary et the census taker writes us down ilauuhter ,Mr. KMier (ialne, in Dan jKatherine llarri. Mm William I'iw. llradley Itourne and baby, of Ver us "Without occupation." villo. saillv.s, have been visitlnc Lancaster Wall and Mr. Marling Mitchell will ion ami Mn .oion nonr'. be surprised to learn that they drove IForence Leigh Kcynolds, friends and relatives. amt Mi MIm Muruaret Klllott Mr. W. O. Itiuney, Worthy Patron, to Ironton Tuesday evening and were Hazel Champ int Friday in lUch Mr Wnoil llurntiile, Treasurer, left .Mrs. Paul Koyd and children, luietly married in the parsonage of Tho above was the clever speech moml. , Sunday for Louisville to attcml the Artie Hill and Paul. Jr., of Leitch-fiel- tho First Christian Church of that made by Mm. II. G. Reynolds, of (Jrnmt Thapler, Onler of the Katcrn have joined her husband. Prof. city, tho impressive ring service being Padurah, President of the Kentucky Mit Annio Cochran .of Paint l.lck, lloyd, for several weeks stay. read at eight o'clock by tho pastor, State Federation of Women's clubs, S, I). Star. has been tho cuett uf'Mr. Itev. K. C. Ilirge. on President'), night at the meeting Cochran. Mr. and Mm. Charlie Thompson .Mi (Ii'ori;i.t Dunn is spendinir this Miss Wall is the oldest of the two last sumer of the General Federation momp.son have re week in Newport and . Ills other towns in attumleil tho and Mrs. Mr. J. I!. Mount turned Ib tlicir homo in Missouri af the Licking Valley Christian Kndeav-o- r charming daughter uf Mr. and Mm. uf Women's Clubs. funeral of hi. noire in l.aCrnnco Thoman L. Wall of Grandview avenue ter a month's visit with friends and DistrictTuesday nftornoon she and a decided Tuisilay. brunette. She lookis relntve. spoke to the Graded Sunday School ed unusually sweet and attractive in K. P. Frinhiv ban returned Mrs. Mr. Hubert J. Walker, of Currant Teacher' I'nlon of Cincinnati. her wedding: attire, u handsome suit from Harlan, Ky., where sho attended county, wno has been attending the .Mr. Kclor S. tawson, of Louis- of brown veldyne, with harmonizing Synoillcal. tlu'l Prof. T, II. Thelkeld of Nicholas. Kentucky Kok Hunter Aitociution in ville, spent Sunday und Monday at accessories, completed by a corsage ville, sentenced to life imprisonment .Mm. Knima llik'ttinbothum ami MIm llloomlleiil, Ky., was elected tint vice tho homo of his of bride's roses. parents, Mr. and Mrs, Hi-for tho murder of Arthur Mr. Mitchell holds u responsible in Juan Mount were visitoro in Dan. president for the next year. W. I, .Law son. on Lexington street. position with tho C. & O. Itailwuy, Denman, was pardoned by Governor ville Monday. Mm. Kmma Kautfman, Miss Frank "Uabe" us ho it kown is makint; good and is well worthy of tho bride of his .Morrow, He was 75 years old at the Mrs. K. I.. Ou'uley hu returned io Kuulfman, lion. Clay KnulTman, in one of the leading law olfices in choice. time of conviction by a Mercer coun from a viit to her daughter, Mm. Clay Shackelford ami Mary Shackel- Louisville. They were accompanied by tht ty Jury. ford, of Richmond, spent tho week W. It. Cook, In Danvillo. Helief that the aged professor was The many friends of Mrs. W. J. bride's parents and sister, Miss Mar end in llustonville with relatives. Mm, Cooi-kIi- i Itoniiiiis will take groat delight in lyiret Wall, and Mm. Mattio Scott. suffering from u deadly discaie, and .Miller l.tuk lui rethat he "had paid the full penalty turned from u visit to her nutcr. Mm. Friday evening iUite u number as- knowing that she is rapidly regaining of this city, and were met in Iron, which even the sternest Justice could her health at the Danville and lloyle ton by Mm. Margaret Hopkins, her It. K. HuKheK, In Lmilnville. sembled at the Presbyteran church to son and two daughter, Mr. Charles demand," prompted tho pardon, acHospital, whore she wan respend a few delightful hours. The County cording to the statement issued by Mr. und Mm. (!, HSwinebroad uro j hours wire whlled uuny in n happy cently operated on. The latest re- Hopkins and tho Misses Margaret Governor .Morrow. spending several ila Petition for the in Cincinnati g friends port from tho bedside of Mrs. Itonians and Ituth Hopkins, manner and delicious bnch cream and and .Martinnville, Indiana, of tho bride, who witnessed the cere pardon was signed by more than says she Is iloing nicely. cake were served. persons, tho Governor said, in. mony. Mm. J, C. Uubinton hM rttumed I, W. .Manloy has returned Kev Mi?. Lucy Hallow, Mrs. It. K. Mc- After congratulations und best eluding ministers, court officials, from several wiekn' slay with Mm. home after hcintf awuy for sixteen Koberts, Mm. Thro Currry, Mrs. wishes had been extended, the happy farmers and at least 600 women. M. A. Hrt'nlBir, in l.exinirton. ' Prof. Threlkeld killed Denman fol. Ho reports havlnc n weeks. reat Frank Marksbury, Mrs. Louis Lan- - coyplv, they were driven to Ashland, n, surceu in his aummor's work, ninny dram, Mrs. J, K. Stormel, Mm. Harry where they took a C. 4 O. train Fast lowing an altercation In a storu in Mm. John Kinnalnl und little John Morrow, will leave soon for having been brought to Christ during Hudson, .Mm. G. A. Abbott and Mis for a visit In Washington, 1). C, and Nicholasv Ile, llarrodsburg lleruld. l.eiinirton, where they will join her tho revival icrvlces and' much Inters Martha Gill were in Danville Satur- other point of interest. They exCallinj- - a spade a spade may be liujband, and rrside In the future. est manifested. HI family feels day where they attended the Kighth pect to go to housekeeping immediItncaitvr friend reifret the depar- very proud to have him home with District meeting of the Federated ately upon their return to Ports-mout- common. i ihle, but using It accomplishes n' re definite results. Woman's Clubs. ture of thU vxcellvot couple. them ugaln. Portsmouth News Gossip About People Cmh Wdl Walker is spending Shelby Mason have returned from a oral ueok in Mistisipil. vlit In Louisville ami Danville Mm. V Mr and Mm. Harry Donelson Nice had for their week-en- d visitors Mr. and Mm. William Jefferson Harris, of Lexington. Mrs. Harris was former ly Miss Louise Hornsby, of Kmincnce, and a class, mate of Mm. Rice. On Monday afternoon Mrs. Kice enter tained with a beautiful appointed bridge party at her surburban home, honoring Mm. Harris. Fall flowers beautified the ever attractive interior and tho three card tables were at tractively arranged. After several hours delightfully spent playing bridge a delicious menu was served. The high .score prize, n pair of decO' rated candle was awarded Mm. J. K. Elmore, tho guest prize, a club bowl of blue pottery, was riven to Mm. Hobert Kinnalnl, and Mm. Ilurton Stapp drew the consolation gift, i hand-mad- e handkerchief. ov with moit intensive power; The morning find us up and out at quite an early hour. Wc do the wash, and feed the chicks und milk a cow or two, Knot Hubby's tie, find Junior's shirt and button Peggy's shoe. The tabic set, the breakfast get, the dishes wash nnd dry. We make the beds and sweep the. (loom and set the yeast to rise. Then we rest n bit and read the news,! and by way of recreation, A speech we write we'll ay for President's night at the General Federation. Noon time brings the children homo Ordering New Fresh Goods every week. EVERYBODY WANTS You Sn"e The Difference BIOSALE That Good FLOUR R. J. EN6LE Nenr Depot. Luncaster.Ky i Pie Supper II. Mason ami Miss Suv Mr lludn - , ient il There will be a pie supper at tht and mother rustlen lunch; White Oak School House Friday es It takes a thriving store to foofl llilli.'. October 117th. Tn I that starving bunch. ls.. will en t.. tMv "I.tl. !...-- . n ri I yii m4 s, i "... J v!iiiiivfi We get tho wicker basket out and irome. at Louisville ..ml .hni darn four million socks, enuinment- aew noon ami eyes unit uuttons on, and cut out several frocks. And every time wo settle down, that A lire alarm was iurned in from blooming telephone, 'the. residence of Mr. John Adams, Says, "Oh, we've Just made you the chairman, dear, for our Old who resides on Lexington street. Thursday nnd in some manner the Ladies' Homo!" nro fight an' Or "Church Circle Number Twenty.,"11 WM Sun.!1"K.aJ,,'a.ra,ul was ,;nl to ,hc home three will meet with you on ,"i .ur. jucn rtuams . . on Kicnmond ., tv. I. ...... '"""naieiy me. u.aze was Say, "Won't you bako a lu Jn" ou"' ur nc wou"1 navc na for the Woman's Club .Monday?" u tiuiuuKi- - on ine account 01 answering the call correctly. Can't Then, husband, dear, comet skipping wc take a lesson from this and divide home and brings a college chum, Cries, "Hurry up, get on your things. the City Into Districts in order that we're going to have some fun." Chief Iiratton may be able to tell So wc wash and iron nix babies and in an Instant Just where to send his fire fighting apparatus? park them in a row, And bribe tho next-doo- r neighbor's cook to watch'em while wc go. The Opera, .Movies, Vaudeville oh. Just so wo have our lling, Anil then wc jazz a couple of miles and eat some lobster thing. So when midnight come we amble home, quite happy with our day. For we feel our greatest power lies, in mixing work nnd play. fr Small Blaze "red !.. layer-cakoj"""- tr. Wall Mitchell Arch Shoe Preserver For the Perfect Foo- tYou who have crfect feet quite likely do not appreciate the fact. Yon have always had them you sec no reason why your feet should fail you. Yet seven people out of every ten have weak or fallen arches. - Prof. Threlkeld Pardoned M Value your perfect foot and keep it perfect for all times wear the ARCH PRESI-RVESHOE with the concealed bridge which comfortably and properly supports and keeps the arch in normal shape. If your feet are erfect the ARCH PRKSl-RVKSHOE will keep them perfect, if they are nor, th shoe will help them. life-lon- 0 M. W. SMITH SB Th Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday Oct 29, 1022 Good Seed Weather conditions in Kentucky this summer and early this fall have been such that farmer of the state Cm WVm Reef- should have no trouble In Kthering WW? PtmW-P4o- fi Iskt ri & 3. S. plenty of first class) seed corn, according to E. X. Fergus, a member CHEAFIR THAN Ton raa m snre of Ibis, future his nn dr mMihiml.rrlls. of youre of the soils and crops department of can't lire In lb rivers Experi- blood as toBff at Ibrre ml rnnush rich the Kentucky Agricultural ar la Ik Mgro ment Station. The biggest seed corn problem right now Is to get the grain dried out nnd stored In a good place before freezing weather comes. Much valuable time that would be lost In a dirt, for dirt SOAP cheaper making extra germination tests in the spring can be saved by taking forerunner of diieaie germ and disease n little time now to make sure that usually cost us much In health and iced corn Is properly stored. "The important point in storing money. seed corn is to place the ear where air can circulate around each one of We have many kinds but yon must see them and nt the same time to make xhtnmm them safe from rats and mice. On the display In the front of onr store. the average farm, about the only way, to protect stored seed from these pest Is to hnng it In the top of cribs, That li what Ton Hfl whrn ton tr ntm you lb sheds, attics or dry basements. The plea etirlnc st sr la warn mirror. Itlirkis I nrsum iimrira fern-thinjett You un.r ear can be strung on binder twine worsepun. you'll cn I r jronljr final on auawrr, the or hangers can be made of wire more r In jour lilxll The tr. produced tr an Inrrro w fence. If desirable, wire hangers mrnitons Is one of the X. II. In lled-crcan be bought nt reusonable prices. of inmtlral mraa elrar-urrlrh Moo.l. Tbrj mran rlMr, There are various ways of storing rutlilr. loratiln foni lcllone. Thrjr niran seed to provide Ideal drying condiare all jour r tierte wfr, frd lijr tour Muoil. Thar reran tions, such as .helves, drying-rack- s forrtrr frnni tiluiplr. from tta Mukbrnl und posts studded with nails upon peat, from tmllt. from rrtrmx atxl alia rruMluus, from rbrutnatle-lniurlt lr. which the ear are struck. The chief from thai tlmt. rthanatrd. frrl lag. are tho moat Impor-taI requirement to have plenty of I bloc In lb .wrld to rrb of in. space between the car so that Jhey K. H. H. will build Ib.m for you. H. H. H. known line ISM, ai one of h can be bone dry before freezing baa Erralrat tilumMiulUrra. Iibmiltkanw-rweather. There is not much danger ami eratam Hat Big Butttr Industry. rrrr produm!. Always Opportunity. la twu Tlio city of Cork. Ireland, In one of of injuring the germination of the X. K. K.Tba sold at all tlruff atorra In mora Larger Uo Utile li Iba liar. There Is alw.iy someone to smile somebody in give your chair to, the rrcatc't butter center In the seed by storing It In n room that is irononlraL t, somebody to vhom a hook, a flower, world. It Is estimated that one year's kept at a temperature of 70 degrees JSupin&JjZm export of butter amounts to throughout the winter, although high or even nn oM pnier will be n boon.- tons. Josephine I'ollnril temperature that would dry the corn "S. S. S. Is for iale at Meltobcrts out exclusively are to be avoided, Good Tim, Coming for Benny. Origin of "Hustings." Drug Store." We have often said of n certain e Hutting wn the name of nn hoy In the neighborhood whose court held In the city of London. Good mother Is dend Hint Ills ilatl was both In Its precnt sense the won) denotes HOW TO GET BACK , mother nnd father to him. The father the place where members of parlln To Help Farmrra in Short Court married recently, nnd Sonny, on hear- mcnt were nominated before the baling the nctvy, clapped his hand and lot act of 1STJ reject in the form of THE "JOY OF LIFE" Farm men and boys of the state, Mid: "I'm so glad for nenny: he'll nominating openly. From thl It has isn't worth living if you're so who attend the annual winter short have n woman mother now." LIFE and run down yuu can hardly rourse in ngriculture which opens come to lie applied to any electionvourx-I- f around. nee. eering platform. Nov. 1st., at the College of AgriculIf the rich ml bloal. full of health ture will have the advantage of equipand viifur. were pumpaig through your veins, tbe joy of life would conic back ment that should make it polblc for soon enoushl Gudc's , them to get many pointers on better worked this magic for tlxiusands has FOR SALE NICE CITY RESIDENCE it will do the same for you. Take . farming, according to Thomas V. it for a tlwtt time and wc liow our Cooper, dean of the college. A large health and strength improve. Your I wish to sell privately, my residence on Danfarm, herds of pur" bred live stock, druggist lias it liquid or tablets, as ville Avenue, just outside the City Limits in Lancasflocks of pure bred poultry and the ou prefer. ter. results from soil experiment lields in Modcrnly equipped with CITY WATER AND different parts of the state will be put HOUSE OF EIGHT ROOMS, WITH LIGHTS. to use in showing thoe who attend BATH, ALL IN GOOD REPAIR. TWO ACRES OF the short coune how the farm back Pepto-Mang1- 1 , home can he made a little better. GOOD LAND, ORCHARD, GOOD BARN AND OTHER OUT BUILDINGS. Tome and Blood Enncher , Work in connection with soiU, the Terms reasonable ; possession January 1st, 1923. raising of crop, orcharding, beet Those desiring to look over property mny call cattle, hogs, sheep, dairy cattle and Business in me over Paint Lick phone 11-poultry is being carried out on the college farm of 243 acres which Is on near the university campus. On this Washington, P, C. "Uuslness in farm aliao are beef cattle barn, a-the South is again on the upgrade," dairy barn, sheep barn, poultry house. says Fairfax Harrison, president of n hog cholera serum plant, a laboraBleed'nj From the Nose. Formula. the Southern Railway Company, In tory and hospital for the study of nni-mCold applications to the nose nnd To avoid don.:tlc rows: Always the upper Hp and to the back of the keep two or three jiollte strangers his annual report which has just been diteaies, a lar.;e livestock judgneck are helpful pt times. Salt water visiting with you. whom you are very made public. ing pavilion, a farm pavilion, a farm or lncgar tnurfed up the nose will anxious not to dlgtist. Itlrhmond "The output of the mills nnd fac- machinery and as engine laboratory stop It. A uil of taper under the . tories ha been Meadily increasing and a greenhouse. tipper Hp does good. during the pait few months," the reIn addition to this farm, the colLook In tht Class. "An outstanding lege operates eight soil 'and crop exUp.to-Oat- . There Is Just one iniiii In all the port continues. A man went Into his library one world tlmt enn do ynu dirt. In feature has been the operation of periment fields on different soil areas the cotton mills, a happy contrast of the state. The result that have dny nnd found Ids ulfe remllng. "I'm the glM and you will him. Tak g fntnt tlirntlfrli tin. ntil imtiltf " hint uril.t ' h good nfjuare hold with that man. with the cotton been obtained on these fields in rais"Just like you," he, nnieril. ". If Dim n him, ami lio! him down till he centers of the Kast. ing crop yields through the une of wc couldn't nffonl nil the brand new i promises to Ret up iiml l.elmve Idmielf. "In July, UI22, according to figures different fertilizer- will be studied rnnn Life. J ones." complied by the United States Cell-i- and ther relation to the oiU of the Itureau, UIJ.07 per cent, of the vnrious region represented by the spindles in mills in the cotton pro- students explained. ducing stutes were nctive, while in herd of The college aim own other states the percentage of active pure bred dairy and beef cattle as spindl' wus only 78.M. During that well n pure bred hogs, sheep and -month the average nctive spindle I'ercheron mares. A large, well hours in the South was 20 compared equipped poultry plant in which many with in other state.. In the different breeds of poultry are bundtwelve months ended July ill, 11)21!, led nlio Is a part of the farm equipthe mills in the cotton producing ment. Further study of livestock state t out u mod 3(?.1l,47 bales, problems is made poiibt by the which com pan with a consumption many famous breeding establishments z tittles and service to of 2.17K.7H7 ImI by milk m the to be found within n short distance aftency in other states. of Lexington. "The mare favorable eandition the course wilj The first term nnd Wi!,. cars hnnillwl by one QVERLAND for the cotton manufacturing indus- continue until Dev. 21. while the agency permits tht hve merchant to do business try in th South are reflected itat only term will open Jan. 3, 11)23, and ti with thow who dr.rr u hrgfrnUo oomforUbl in npenitimf stnttotlee bat ab in the continue until K h. 24th. StudrRi car m well as t we who desire the targtr and record of new mill rotttrurtiau. nwy tMke eilUO en or both of tht more huuriout ear at n r; dium price. DuritiK ttw fifaie twelve montits, at-- term of work. invite compr,iia.ii with other eat in the mow rontinc to the CeuaHM Bureau reports, price class t j : utteriala, conMroctiMt, ruUng e SIB.H31 lhre was a net iacr qujaitiet and ectmcoty of operation. ntm: kami'liis ami stvli: spindles in 8taeni Mills and a net OF MI2.VH TAILOU v HOOK greatly incrcutd desmnd for Ovadand and '"THE increaae ut only 79,a87 spindles in M.Uli: CLOTH INfl. WUIys-Knich- t cars tu hufaly to the exprtastd mills in states eutside ef the South. Scat on ltiqutst A survey of new rniUa under eon-- , atiifartioo and entbusunn of our nrwetit owners. Wear Tailor Mad Clothes. T!iy mora than "reaijr nude" trutUea or in prss)oct indicate a eett no Ida rnlildltmaii'a profit and TNVE8TIGATK the v ! ear kkttrhet and you v& dfc-e- o Sava rat an KXTItA 1'AIIt Or PANT ceattouwtioa uf th- - teadenry shown Ovct;: di of preaent dcujn m9c at that PKKV. WITH UVRRV SUIT. y taesw Scuree. price und WMy-K- r ifJit ear at rare among usod Ilai your raaaaura taken la yeor nun houif. salMl your own alyU, "There has been aaaaeial activity ttocki niwl lit our cxpirls, tutor your in the provision of new aneinemi and salt to ault ou. book anit as what 'npriac S paawmgirr touristy, line TKE" Oat our aamiila reeklential etrecturr, as well a n the wondfrful taluaa V olfar. Writ itminttt, ooupe u;. cdoa. eoMtruetaa ef improved kick ways." us a card today. You may forget' SOAP it this li Corn Plentiful PROPER STORAGE IMPORTANT Blackieaded Phnples Quit WHhS.S.S. I Garrard Natiml Firm Limissn Federal Farm Loans; RATE OF INTEREST 5J PER CENT. For information see G. B. SWINEBROAD, Secy-Trea- i. I'laipl-,'solan- germ lit ofmbUirnshedJace rll-wwr- I Half Pound Cake 10c Drug Store. sr'-Br- r. McRobsrts fiw-lot- n nt N-- a atren--tl-Dr- e ftStSS owned by Krneet One of theie i Cobb, a member of the club in Hoyle county. This calf has gained 101 pounds it month since Krneit startes" feeding it in February and when IS months old weighed 1,240 pounds. Calves being fed by Trimble counHahy beef club members In almost every part of the state are putting ty boys nlio have been making good the finishing touches on the calves, gains. These animals averaged about which they will entT in the tint an- 350 pound each at the time they nual fat and feeding rattle show and were bought but the boys hope te sale to be hetd at the llourbon Stork make them average about tS0 pounds Yards, Louisville, Nov. 'Jlrd. and earh before the show. Warren cous-twith 35 boys feeding calves, claim 24th., according to M. S, (Sarside, state leader of junior agricul- the largest county baby beef club ia tural club work at the College of the state. Hoyle, Marion, Washington, Agriculture,, who his charge of this Trimble, Union, Todd and Warproject. Itetween now and the time of the show, the young feeders plan ren counties are among thoe expectto put about ISO pounds more weight ed to have calves in competition for the $l,I7fi that will be offered a on their calves. Despite the fact that the baity beef priie money in the club claes at project is one uf the new ones start- the show. All but f'JOO of this moned this year by the college club de- ey will be divided among the winner partment for country boys and girl in five rings while that amount wll! The awards. of the State, it ha been highly popu- be made In special lar with the youngsters. Some of the club members are expected to hae young feeders have been feeding about 12 carloads of 10 raltes ear February and in the competition. sinca their calve March. As a result of the good feed and care which has been given them, If you can't move forward in life, a number of the calves are showing stand still. There at least will be a the qualities of prime baby breve. few who will not pais you, Farm Boy Makes His Calf Gain 100 Pound. A Month y Lie-coi- lit-ti- en-de- Equipment W 0. RIGNEY W. li. DICKKRS0N Ki-el- W. O. RIGNEY Office I'luine 18. & CO. IVpto-Manga- n Funeral Directors and Embalmers Residence l'lionr 3.rr Lancaster, Lints to OIim Kentucky. arwe Obicrv.tcries Long Uied. are n ery nnucnt In rti The ttr,t hlttoriCut rn t R. CLAREINCE QREEIN. Again The South the Upgrade , Be Remembered. well jour -- pnri: momenta They are like uncut dlstiumd. Ill card them and their value will tioei be kniiwn; Improve them mid tliey will beoiiuo the brlEliteM tenia is a ucful life. Anon) moils riuari lory VM f 1 suit It nl i I .ii'. i until 4; . in-l m Metandrlu hImiu tiiil not follow Mis Hontity Aisurid. Tlines-Plapatch- Iik trike-ridde- n matiu-factorin- - u To h trump wlm wanted to earn a Te Keep a Window Up. A simple and practlcnl delce for bite to eat n uomnli said: "If I thought supporting windows Hint hate no )U wen lionest I'd let )ou go to Hit weights attached Is made as fol-- . ildeken Iniiii um cither the egg." lows: Take two doulile-Hilntetucks I "Ijidy.- tie replied wiiii dignity. Ml I was t a l. iiiiinngi i' and drive tutu I.' the Iratne. mie halli," tins outside and one Imlde the window, j )ears, nnd lift. r lHk Drhe them In only half way. Then ! IT UMl l?v Inert a long nail nnd let the window I rest on the nail. The lurk next to the i nail liend should be a little blcher than JOINWUTE&CO the other, so the mill will uit allile out .ouikvtu.1, v, and should he m the luMile of the winlilakUI-ll IU7 dow, lly having two or three set of tll arat these luck on a frame Mm mil hate ra-- vaM sua )our window nil mm I to u- luaiij differRaw Furs ent places. d i ttie fr - 4 wsssm eaaae-lmat- il n WILLYS OVERLAND, Inc. WANTS This Bank Is Worth establish Money To You. little?. this community Arc you enrryinjr a "roll" of money mountl m yotu jiockot? If so it i not uarniitjf miythitiK for von. I'osHibly it i lieiiiK frittered away little 1 sac-wa- d low-priee- it isHViiiRM XS TUY the bolter way, the ro(Ublt way. Open Hucount and Keep your money in this bunk it won't frlttor, but it WILL earn intertill for you. , t i i l rpHK WiUy-Kntc- it Tjf sou hcv or can cv e repnir hsah-tiaiWXLLYS-OVSRLAN- ,.itr, coupe wu' li-- .in4 7 naaMnfjar aadatt. 'I and 7 pnatmair taurine, A is ind tkm ftattiUn to tntablbh atwl tonal iKfonixatiwi, f4 te re fee It tomorrow. way te reaMt temputiun to be teatnted. 4 PER CENT PAID ON TIME AND SAVINGS DEPOSITS. A feeak shave keep away a mauj from laohuiit hu true pert. INC. L MsVt Sties DM$ion, Toledo, Ohio ud0n have well-to- il a the repair bill. are beat anly SiiaHl thauk-ktwhim they are un buprovoiniMt over the first. p Meet yaoMtf u Who ,wh The Garrard Bank & Trust Co WEST MABXET I.0UI8VII.I.B, XT. rieaie Mention Thla I'apsr BT. IN ALL PARTS WE SELL TRAVELLERS CHEQUES PAYABLE OF THE WORLD. Tha Central Record. Lancaster, Ky.. Thursday Oct 26, 922 1 ForlUolEeonoi ia tiM Kltefcea Un Crab Orchard with Mrs. L. L. 8an-ilrr- s. CALUMET TkWmy BMKING POWDER A Mf Saver When you bake no loss or failures. Tliat's why it is far less expensive than j 76 year, wai buried here Friday. He lsve ii wife and stveral children to mourn h., ' Short funeral .t the grave services were .w by Kev. J . Price, V. M. U. nic. lit the home of Mm. It. W. Sanders Thursday afternoon. Minn Sallic I. ou Tenter led the meet-n- c eon-duct- Mr. Oliver, of Rradshaw Mill, aire Child-birt- h Valusbln Illustrated Bnek 3snt Fr mrtthal r. Regular Daily Run LEAVES LANCASTER 7:40 A. M. ami 1 P. M. LEAVES LEXINGTON 10 A. M. and 5:30 P. M. lln gtr..t., I ttfUlft I'.t. tSttUSfkll f T"l. 17 lh tlmpU un, h r an mt.r.t lit sofell f hiHiiIm ihiiKiiU tatnf months j vt ll. tnm'n-- i M M, IU'j, 'I In lh t (rrl.ol, I. fjllr rtmatlibto M 5 Mr. with Calumet you know there will be some other brands selling for less. The Hale of Calumet in over 150 greater than that of any other brand. rending, ltomnns Scripture ii. .Scripture reading by IS, W. Sanders Mis Ethel Bay, Mr anil Mrs. Hiram Hay Mrs. Hubert Carter, "Privilege of l'rayer," Mrs. Walter Grow, "God is Able to Answer Pyer, "The Clarion Call," Mrs. T. C Jenkins "The Adventures of Five CerU," by Mrs. A. C. Miles, "God Promise.," Mrs. Itobt. Ilroaddus. Slogan ."Kvcryone win one." llis- I cushion "Why pray and why do per- sonal work." There were eleven t members present. Personal work visits .12, trays I t, cash $.1.30. Af-- I tor s Inline the Doxology they closed I with prayer by Mrs. Walter Grow. 4:1- J ij Ut.fr ml ntlrr of tomtt, FnkU iUU tilth. )!. rulra, tt , sn.l Mul ty thn if motlxt.. ami dm itstr Trill .th,rh.l U whl In Uby n. the Snmliy Special Ratit $2.00 M Rmm4 Trip leave Leave Uincaater 7:10 A. Lexington, 5:.TO. returning hul "l!kr's 'Mtlhtr'a sllnl itfirillr. I ssf. h from itarrotlf. permit, .a.lcr HAtuf.1 Jtutmrnt inr Intax s.l r,ry'fap I'tUnT Ii oM I'licnl." REO PHONE BUS LINES COMPANY 758-- Y E. R. WEBB, to-i- (Incorporated) LEXINGTON, KY. Manager. of rye nnd vetch, crimson clover sad barley In the demonstration. F'armers in the vicinity of Ilea- demon county are showing a lively Interest in a terracing demonstration started recently by James Mudge ia with County Agent D. V. Martin nnd the extension divlsioa of thr College of Agriculture. The terracing has been planned to show how- - soil washing in sloping fields caa be stopped and the land made useful for the raising of crops. Mr. Mudge will plant the terraced land In peach- - H urt u..n It to- thiULMUh. - - K.ri-- r Slf"n. Minn., isrsl "It Bull.l n !rimtih.i' hn. tut Ufk AWt. to llrm.m.ll IUnUtr ".. bntn, C. "!olhr I'lknJ" It uM at alt 4m stom. VIIIA-I- J. ,Unfr r. ('. t( ml n4 nrrrM ilurln McROlERTS DRUG STORE Farm and Home News From Over Kentucky Poultry culling demijnstrntions In Barren county this fall by County Agent J. O. Horning and the extension division of the College of Agriculture have helped many farmers In that part of the state separate thr laying ami loafing hens in their flocks. More than 10 farmers have culled their flocks a'ter learning the method at the demonstrations. Is gradually Pure bred livestock taking the place of scrub and grade animals on Butler county farms. County Agent II. F. Spickard says. Three pure bred Bambouillet rams recently and five registered ewe. were purchased by farmers In the county. C. It. Barns, a Nelson county farmer living near Bardstown, is cooperating with county agent C. and the extension division of the College of Agriculture at Lexington in carrying out a demonstration to find out which crop is best suited to protect fields in his section of the state from soil washing and plant food enxiiin during the winter. He is comparing rye, u combination held Pioneer Limestone User Shows Value of Material Dea't hm It teas taktag Qtlty far Quality Gtlumct has proven to be best by test in millions of homes every bakc-day- . Largest selling brand in the world. Contains only such ingredients as have been officially approved by U. S. I'ure Food Authorities. THE WORLD'S GREATEST BAKING POWDER BUCKEYE I family, of Xewby. have been Mrs. Lenny Itay and family. ilting Hiram Itay, Jr, J. K. Price, Jr., and Elizabeth Cordon Pieratt, who Wrdncsda) evening been sick are improving. Mr. Kyle llradihnw, of Danville, have Messrs. T. O. ami J. T Hill sold has been vmtinir relative here. Mr. and Mrs. T. S. Plerstt visited 12 brad of fat rattle to Mr. Klrby Teater at T H und Oct, per pound, relative near Richmond Sunday Mr and Mrs. Frank Land and famMis Mary Kurtx. of the K. C. W., ily Mere In Jcaminv Saturday and Danville, spent Sunday at home. Mr. T. 0. Hill spent Inst week in Sunday visiting Mr and Mrs. Itobt. Frankfort and Danville with relatives. Dav. Price and Mr and Mrs. llobart Mr. II. W Sunders sld a pair of twin calvei to Mr. Kirby Teater for sons vi.iteil Mrs. Price's parents, Mr. and .Mr Henderson Sander nt J IS. 00 from Friday until Sunday. Kurtx and son, Hilly, Mr. Ilucli visited Mrs. Nancy Jane Iturton in Meidamr Hiram Itay, A " Miles, Madison county Saturday .Vora Teater, Mles F.thel Kay and Mr and Mrs. Wiibert Kay and Sallie Lou Tester spent Thursday in Jej Hill led the prayer mces-in- ir Ml OF Sale Limestone began building up the farm of It. U. Hew Icy, near BrandenMAKKSBURY burg, Meade county, about IS years ago and since that time the use of Horn to the wife of Mr. Tom it has made vuch marked change ia llrnaddu a son. his land that farmer in that section Mr. Smith Shears was in Lexing- of the state, as well as Mr. Bcwley himself, no longer doubt the value ton last week visiting. Meidames It. S. Clark and Nora of this material for boosting crop yields, The ue of arid phosphate Prewjtt were in Danville Friday. with the lime has added to the good Mrs. Harry Aldridge, of I.anrater, Icy has obtain-e- d wa the guest of MIm Lou Sutton results which Mr. lieu This in building up hi. land. Friday. last summer, the clover on hl farm Aldridge also spent Friday was as fine and thinck as that seen Mr. evening as the guest. of Mr. Ja. on river bottom land while It is not Turner. unuual for him to get corn yields Mis Ilrne West returned to her of more than o0 bushels an acre. home in Lexington Wednesday after He undoubtedly Is one of the piotay with relative in neer users of limestone in Kentucky, ii delightful i his vicinity. according to It. K. Stephenson, soil Itev Lewis Thompson will begin specialist of the College of Agricula serie of meetings next Wednesday ture, who recently completed some evening. alted by Itev. Taylor, of work in that part of the state. When Mr. Itewley moved on the Stanford. F.verybody Invited. Mr. Itoemele Thompsoti went to farm about - I years ago, n fertilizer Cincinnati last week. At the Mine dealer advertised that It would be n time Mr. Itoemele Thompson left waste of money to put fertilizer on n farm as poor as th" one Mr. Itewley to visit friend in Paint Lick. II. Y. P. U. banner high had Just purchased. However, after The of agricultural college bulletins merit gave the society here distinc- reading that tidd about the thing limestone tion over the other orders of the would do for poor soils, Mr. Bewley union. Wa on display at the church j decided to give it a trial and so about Sunday morning. 1.' years ago burned some limestone Worry never produce anything but j rock which he had on his farm and put it on LI arre of land at the rate more worry. j of three ton to the acre. This field at the present time is growing a good stand of clover in spite of the fact that no lime has been used on it since. Since that time, a small area of new land has been limed each year with the reult that 1U0 of the 240 acres in the farm have been treated with either burned or crushed limestone. From three to seven tons of the burned lime were used largely because the stone was a product of the farm and could he burned In Mr. Bewley'. It may be true that every man ka his price, but some arc too honest to collect. We know a fellow who refers t his wife as his "better half" when the neighbors know quite well that she is the whole thing. ladlscaUtl MENTH0LATUM cools trjii Jicalsthsl SAVE MONEY WHEN YOUNG ENJOY IT IN AFTER LIFE Young men who would enter the decline of life in comfortable circumstances should begin to save now. The approved modern method of saving is a savings account in the home bank. This bank invites young men and young women to join its family of savings depositors. One dollar opens a savings account, and any sum may be deposited thereafter. THE NAT IONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. S. C. DENNY, Cashier. Capitol $50,000. Honor Roll Dank meeting. Surplus $50,000. New House Acres of Rich Land And io Sb j sBm Rev. Bowman, of Jackson county, own kilns. However, re- closed n meeting lit Pleasant Hill sults obtained on soil experiment Sunday night with one addition. fields in the state indicate that about Mr. nnd Mrs. Garfield Gay and Mr. one ton of burned lime 'or two tons Hugh II. East were guests Sunday of of rruhed stone will give good re-- 1 Mr, and Mrs. I.. A. Simpson and famsuit.. For the lust three or four ily. years, Mr. Hew ley has ued crushed .Mr.. It. II. Preston and two little stone and finds that it give. good reThe poor soil on Mr. Bewley' daughters, I.orene ami Margie were sult.. farm that has not been limed grows recent visitors of Mr, and Mrs. little but broom sage, brairs and Barney East. bushes while the of limestone on Mis Whittaker, of Guy, what once wa gullies has given a spent a few days last week with Mm. good stand of clover. Bradford Burdette ' Mr. L. A. Simpson and daughter, Agnes and son, John, and Mr. and Mrs. Dan Kay motored to Richmond Thursday and spent the day. Miss es Mary Price nnd Grace Hall nnd Mr. Earl Holman composed a k ue riding party Saturday afreported. Miss Gladys Snyder entertained Misses Alice Hay. Grace Hall, Hazel Walker, Mary Price and Messrs. Orear Whittaker, Abner Kay, Earl and ntended the Holman and Bert Simpson Sunday. horse-bac- ternoon. A nice time was ' PLANT THIS FALL FRUIT AND SHADE TREES BLOOMING SHRUBS SMALL FRUITS 1 Wednesday, Nov. 1st i J g CRAPE VINES EVERGREENS PERENNIALS In fact, everything for Orchard, Lawn J J 5 S J S AT 2 O'CLOCK P. M. LOCATED 1.1 MILES, FROM LANCASTER, ON NEW DANVILLE PIKE. This property is part of the Wm. K. Cook place, located on new Danville pike, M miles from Lancaster. Has NEW HOUSE with two porches. All SIX ROOM, necessary outbuildings, such as smoke house, chicken house, eistern, new .i acre tobacco barn. coal house, garage, ?tc. Good high locution with shade trees, 15 minutes walk from Public Square with no city tax to pay. Also 10 acres of rich land ready for tobacco. This will be an absolute sale and your bid will positively be accepted in order to wind up a partnership business. . Terms announced on day of sale. TWO-STOR- Y and (iardeu. Our illustrated catalog this year u the most complete nursery book ever issued in the South.' It is free for the asking II. F. HILLENMEYER & SONS, Blue Gran Nurseries, Lexington, (I0.t2-8t.-pd.- Kentucky, ) e j ' ' Full Mp Heve.ii Character. CleuiMtluu III, ilarl: nil uml full. which tako tlieir ntiino from thu faluous LiijptiHii ipuiMi, denote u cruel - I and K. It tlinii I Wo need you and you need us. cult lion pend Simplicity Most Difficult. Is fur more dllll.-ul- t tu be simple to bo cnnipllc.it.xl; fur umro illlll- tu ncrlllct; skill mid eeuio exer- - ' III llu' proper pl.nv lliun (a ex. , both luilNcrlinliHitely Ituskln. POOR RIDGE Your influence, your deposits, your business will help us to grow bigger, better and stronger. You need our facilities in the credit of your business; you need the prestige of our institution in your transactions; you need the line of credit you can establish with our institution. Theo Surrey and Jas, W. Smith : Miss Maggie II, Hurt continues ill at this writing. Miss Mary Price spent Friday night with Miss Grace Hall. Mis Mary Price, of Paint Lick, is visiting Mr Walker Burdettt. Miss Ora Prat her, who ha been III the past two weeks is able to resume her school duties. a matter of reciprocity. We help other and thereby help the entire community. is It each CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK. I he Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Oct 20 1922. Tobacco Contract Brakitf Stopped In Carolina Blt Court Eajaes Two represented the defense. The opponents of the association recognized that It was a crucial case, which, If won, they would break down the association. Judge Daniels had the case under advertisement for two days. Promts)! "Dump- - rs" From Delivery of Any Mora of Their Leaf lo IneVpeadeat Hawses Cfneelftel lncorporntotl CeftlRiH RATESi LKXLNGTON, KY. Officials of the Hurley Tobacco Growers' Co Single insertions lc a word No ad taken for less than 20c operative Association received a tele gram stating that the Tobacco Grow In this column, No adt In thla Association had ers' column charged, won Its injunction suit to prevent the Seven insertions for the Mumping" of tobacco by two promt price of five. nent members of the bright belt pool OCTOBER 23rd. to 27th. Phone orders must be paid and that other growers who hnd promptly. broken their contract in that terrl tory voluntarily came to the Asso- mmmmmmmmmmtmmimmmmmmm ciation offices and offered to pay tne liquidated damages provided for In Large oak sideboarJ. FOH SAI.K: the contract. Apply to Mrs. F.. I Hruwn, Bis cash purchases of these items made the folThe result of this suit is of inter- (lO.Ii.r.t.) lowing remarkable law prices possible. est in Kentucky became of the 'JC Single young FOK SAI.K; trial of the damage suit You cannot afford to pass up this opportunity to against Garrett Watts, wealthy Fay- Comb ithode Island Itrd roosters. save. Take our advice and get your share of these Don't you need a new Rang? You will know Theo. Currey ette grower, who is charged with that you do when you come in ami see our RANGES, Bargains today as our stocks of some items are get"dumping" 70,000 pounds of tobacco made with all modern attachments. FOIl KENT: Furnished rooms. ting extremely low. pledged to the pool and whose case Also for sale, Shetland pony, perfectOne of our Ranges will save you fuel and work, will come up for hearing at the next CHOICE NEW CORN Mrs. It, I. Swope. ly gently. 2Scts. . and make cooking a joy instead of a burden. 3 Big Cans Ml term of the Uourbon Circuit Court. (1 Following the decision in the you are in our store, look also at our While Kindge company cae in California, FOK SALE; ti tine prize winner, NBW ROLLED OATS HANDSOME, FUEL SAVING HEATERS. In which damages of $21,000 were Ithode Island Ked roosters and rock-ret2Scts. ... - 6 Pounds for awarded the California Ilean Grow-er- s' Phone 'J'JO. Jullian Elliott. Our prices will please you. Association, the decision in the (lO.'.'O-'Jt.- ) VAN CAMP'S ASSORTED SOUPS 25cts. North Carolina care is regarded as OUR HARDWARE WEARS 3 Cans for FOK SALE: Driving mare, one being of paramount Importance to organizations thru-ou- t three year otd mule and some Single the COOKED HE I) MEANS 25cta. the country. The Kindge com- Comb, llrown Leghorn roosters. 3 Big Cans 17.1. Earl C. Farra, Box . pany failed to deliver Its crop of lt beans and the courts held the con- FOK SALE House and improvej tract valid and gave the association ments the Frank Turner place of PRUNES J members damages of $21,000. LOYO one acre, on Danville street, Lancas1200 To Demand Damagrt Medium Size (i C. Walker ter. Ky. Mr, ami Mrs. Hubert Yater wore The North Carolina case will be 25cts. 2 lbs. for with Mr and Mr. Wm. Smith Sun-ilafollowed by a claim fur damage on Large Size FOK SALE: On good us new, j the part of the association against A beautiful gift book, "I'oems the two members who have been en Hand Vacuum Floor Cleaner; two 15 lbs. lbs for 25cts. 25cts. Mr. anil Mrs. Henry Kay are the for the Common People by a joined from delivering any more to- Swinging, Coal Oil Lamps; three jiruud parents of a baby girt born For inforbacco to the looe leaf 'warehouc. Electric Light Fixtu:e. Country Hoy," free with each October 'JOth. PURE APPLE CIDER VINEGAR, Per Gallon 25cts. (tf ) Kach had already delivered 5,000 mation call at itecord office. visited Mrs. Willie Taylor her Send post order for llibles. Please. brinK your own container. pound when enjoined from further iuughter, Mrs. Harris Tenter ami FOK SALE: My home on Dancard today for latest prices on deliveries and both must now deliver Mr.. Tester Sunday. ville avenue. Six rooms and all conHIGH GRADE HOTEL CANDLES, 30 for 25cts. their tobacco to the association. llibles. Mr. and Mm. Squire T. Whittaker veniences, large garden, lots of fruit. Director John H. Winn, of VerI K. C Schooler. were the guest Sunday f Mr. and PUKE HREAKFAST COCOA sailles, who also is a member of the Address HARVEY M. ESTES j Mrs. Ike Duncan, of Coy. (Ifl'-7t.- ) Lancaster, Ky. 5 Pounds for 25c ts. Hurley executive committee of the , Georgetown, Ky. Kuy and Mr. and Mrs: Wlliam Asso- Tobacco Growers' FOK SALE: HI Spotted Poland daughter spent the week-enwith , " " VAN WRIGLEY'S iciatioti, was in Lexington Thursday China gilts, alo one mule and one Mr. anil Mrs. S. X. Sanders. I 'IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF and said that tobacco growers of Shorthorn heifer calf. MILK Mis Maggie H. Hurt is a suffer of Woodford and Hampton Sisters, Marrellus, Ky. THE UNITED STATES FOR which constitute Franklin counties, Iresiplis at this writing. Everyone his district, have hopes for her a speedy recovery. CHEWING GUM THE EASTERN DISTRICT been signing up the contract the past Almond week to have their tobacco sold this Mr. and Mrs. Miley Walker and Cook Stoves, $!.' to IH.1. Heating OF KENTUCKY, IN year through the daughter. Mill Hazel entertained 25c 4 10c size Stoves. $4.00 to $20.00, Stove pipe, Director Winn and Robert S. Wulk- - 1'Jcts. Rev. Bowline. Mr. John Sanders and Roofing. $l.r0; coal hods, ,h- Mr. and Mrs, Henry Sebastian SaturhIrmn " 40ct..; lire, shovels Sets, and other In the matter of G. A. Abbott, a HANDY MOX MATCHES day 'to dinner. itoiHiiori! count) during wie organi- things just as cheap. Hankrupt. 5 Large Boxes . 2 Sets. campaign, spoke at Millvilte J. K. Mount & Company. Mr. and Mrs. Marshal Suton had On this lttth. day of Oct.. A. D., zation to a crowd of about .0 farmer. the. following as their guests Sunday '. W22. on considering the petition of FANC. QUALITY LYE HOMINY a r f r, FOK SALE: My home at Mc i uaugn- - the aforesaid bankrupt for discharge, All but six of- these previously had anu .Mrs. mce auuon antias 3 No. 2' Cans 25cts. land. signed the contract and half of the Creary, Ky., with four acres of ter, of Danville, Mr. and Mrs. Sam ft, the 4th. day of October, six signed up. At Switzer, Franklin Good houe, five rooms, all necessary Sutton and family, of McCreary and a. ., l'J22, it l ordered by the court HIGH GKADE PEROXIDE county .where Mr, Winn spoke, only qutbuildings. Possession given on or Mr. anil Mm. Herman Doolin, a hearing be had upon the same 2 Large Bottles . 2Scts. C hai1 "ot before January 1st., 1923. ur "ul "f on the 28th. day of November. A. D., Mrs. Myrtle Wearren aml tw" of thvM' nm ' afu'r The American Letfion hopes! J1I2. before said court at Covington, ,m LAKESIDE TOILET PAPER n"'"- to awaken the public consci-- . Ky., in said district at 10 o'clock, in S Large Rolls . . 25cts. Outsiders Come eiice to a realization of the the forenoon, or as near thereto as SAFETY MATCHES Director Winn said that the big practicable, and that notice thereof Let us make you a new top and h ha me fill manner in which our 3 Dozen Boxes . 25c tt. be published one time in the Central tobacco sale had been of immense side curtains or repair your old ones diseased and disabled soldiers Itecord, a newspaper printed in said help in bringing in outsiders, as one before winter tune Call u for eshave been treated or mis- iliitrict, and all known creditors and of the stock arguments of the opposi-othe- r timate on work. Don't fail to tako arivantnKu of these ."fiwitionnl persons in interest may appear tion hail been that growers would llatk'ains. treated. The Legion's object llaselden Hros. Oarage is laudable, but how, pray, is at said time ami place und show be compelled to hold their crops, n why thei He Shoes! Shoes! something to be awakened cause, if any they have, should not! probably for onlylong time.growerssaid he believed prayer of said petitioner a few in Slightly worn for women and chilwhich does not exist? be granted. either of his counties would be out dren and girls school shoe at the old spent the past week-enin Danville GUY. WITNESS the Honorable A. M. J.jby the time the books close Tile peron who pays as he goes with her uncle Mr J II. Adams und llruininett stand, near the (iarrard I Judge of said Court, and the tith. Mm. Adam never arrives too soon. Tobacco Warehouse, .Mr Itandolph Poynter. of Lincoln K. M. Manslleld, of Carrollton, who seal thereof, at Richmond in said dis-"The Home of Muny Shoes." Mr and Mrs. Wm Walker, Mr. was a Sunday visitor here I)., has been working In Spencer county, During courtship I. woman sees the trict on the 24th. day of Oct., A. A. J. Thompson, I'ropt, and Mrs. Alford Poynter and children , liest side of a man. After marriage lt)2L'. J. M. MKNZIES, Clerk. 'l ml., with the local organization-- said Mr. und Mrs. Win. Creen spent the were Sunday visitor, of Mr. uml 7t. pd.) By Paralee White, D. C.'that Chairman Klmer Hrand had she wonders how it escaped. week-enwith relatives In I'aint Lick. Mrs. Hoy Prather. dark tobacco uml 115 Notice I Mrs. Milton Ward was a visitor lat' Mr and Mrs. William Whittaker, hurley tobacco contracts in that counAlt persons having claims UKuinst Thursday afternoon of Mrs. James .Ml 4's Kthel llarnes and 7." per cent of the hurley ty, about Uiverne Whittaker attended church at Pleas-an- t grower and .10 per cent of tho dark the assigned estate of Tom Tracy or Yantls. lilt- - sime at once with y Mrs. Wm. Clark was the guest Hill Sunday. tobacco producers. The acreage Myrtle Truey signed was H7r, hurley and S00 dark. the undersigned, proven according to of her parents, Mr. and Mr. MiMr und Mrs. Tom Doolin, Misses 'Workers lire conlident they will have ,aw, or my uttnrneys, itobinson und llion Ward. t'ora and Floru Doolin were recent J. A. Heazley, Kauiriiu.il. t0 per cent before the dicing of the Mr. Hoy I'ruther and little son, visitors of Mr. and J. D. Hay. of Assignee of Tom Tracy books. CollU, visited Mrs. Alford Poynter the Poor Kidge road (lli-ltt.- ) and Myrtle Tracy. Wednesday. Nashville, North Carolina- The Mr. und Mm. Wm Kinder and two (irowers' n Mr. und Mrs, Cleve Clark and chil little son were visitors recently of Loans won a signal victory in cirdren spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Mr. Wm lleaxley and Mr. and Mrs. Mude by Louisville Joint Slock J. I Foley. cuit court today when Judge Frank .Miley Heazley, In l.am inter. Daniel enjoined .. A. Hurrell and Land Hunk, organized and operating Misses Lucy und Nolle Turner were Mr. and Mrs. Kd lluker and sons, Same PRICE as DANVILLE and LEXINGTON W F Jones, members of the Tobac- under the provisions of the Federal j Mollie and Karl, Hill ami Jay Sunday guests of M ! and liltl, daughco (irowers from sell- Farm Loan Act. In amounts from F.thel llarnes. ter, Xada Ilerl and Mrs, J. D. lluker ;tr.,()00.l)0 On imany more of their tobacco, ami VJ.riOO.UO to ing was the spent a delightful day the past Sun Mrs. John Donaldson I rate, ruled that their contract with the proved farm lands. Interest guest Suiny night of Mrs. Carrie day at Halls Cap. Terms nil years. t tobacco association is legal and hind- - 0 per cent. No Davidson, of Lancaster. ing and requests them to deliver their on amortization plan. Mrs. T. L. Yantls is visiting her tobacco to the association. commission to pay. Show your appreciation by giving ua your cam- - was one of the har lest or daughter. .Mrs. Albert Phillips und The For full information address ' If yon net aioicy patronage. fought before a court of equity in can on lomiinson v iiuyi, any . Mr Phillips, of Corbiii ' North Carolina, 7t.) The tobacco co- JanuMr and Mrs. Steve Walker were oh your guests Tuesday night of .Mr. uml operative was represented by Aaron ary 1st, In apOil. Few men are more important .than Mrs. Charles McMlllian. Siiplro ami Lawrence- Levy, of San plication NOW others think them. Francisco, James II. Pou, of Raleigh, Little Misses (iladys Poynter und Steven C Hragaw, of Washington, First-Gla- ss Wtrk Quality For still another reason winter will Leota (iriggs spent Wednesday night und W T. Joyner, of Kaleigh. he. welcome. We are not so. apt to with Miss Josephine Prather. 1-2 The hearing of Hie rase coniuiiied become overheated during our arguMr. uml Mrs. Noah Sebastian, of days, and at its conclusion, ments. three visitors (Sunns Chapel were week-enJudge Daniel declared that he had Sim Masmi of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Tuttle. In a way, young ladle are excusnever hud a case in his court which Mrs. Marcus White and Mr. and locu Agent sad v AkstfKUr "involved greater Issues or one that able for leading their fellows up to were Sunday visitors of Court House LANCASTER, had been discussed with more ability the candy counter ami bidding them children LANCAITIK, KY. KY. 6f less tractable Mrs. John Ilroaddus, of Hyattsville. and learning by council." Some of buy. Husbands ar Mrs. Joints Yantls and son, (ieorge, the ablest lawyers in North Carolina than lovers. with His fun lo coofc Range, a Hne New mjm II 25c Only g More Pays Money Saving Drive s. WALKER BROS. g Fancy Selected SWEET POTATOES for Fancy California Xmti Present Free .) I U i d CAMP'S CHOCOLATE Plain or Bars SPERIMENT 7Pkgs. for .25cts. " .... ... ... ... ... -- I"""' ' Attention Auto Owners .... d Novem-Cochra- It (9-2- d '12 Fri-du- Gasoline 25 BUY - o FROM Aso-elatio- US Farm We Have Forced The Price Dewn I'ay-iiieiit- (tt-L'- Crown Gasoline. Polorine fir, pit 5 Guarantied. litinst 16-t- CONN & CONN d Skdhy