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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): November 2, 1922 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1922 cen1922110201_sn86069201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): November 2, 1922 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1922 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. THE CENTRAL RECORD. LANCASTER. KY.. THURSDAY AFTERNOON. NOVEMBER 2, 1922. NUMIIR 30, Fat and Feeding Promaled Compsnr by FATAL ACCIDENT GEO. A. McROBERTS VINCIT QUI HISTORIC OLD GROWERS CANNOT PASSES AWAY PATITUR RESIDENCE SIGN UP 1922 CROP Cattle Show Will llumber Killed by Great Southern Oil Truck Lust Popular Young Minn Succumbs Seven Straight Victories for From Its Shelter Four SuccesAFTER NOV. 6th. LomUvIIU Stock Yard. Saturday Morning at William llumber, aged 4a yearn, truck by n Great Southern Oil wa Naefnttr 23rd 24K. The Junlnr. to the number of While digging "uhlrtv. aMembled at the tiastor1! s home pit for a saw mill near Mt Victory, Tu...dav illallow'een) clad in cos- this county, it ha just become known,, lunu., ,,,,,0. anj grotesque. A Have Jones ilrove hi pics, into a pot large lion lire wa kindled in the lot containing the equivalent of $4K,000 adjoining, around which the spook In KnglWh gold of ancient coinage. gathered to toast marshmullows. Af-been in the cutiMly of ter a visit to the witches! .paradise I'"' ii UOCS Not. the SUtr Hanking Commissioner nt near by, and literally swinging in the F. Rankin farm near The I Frankfort .. for further Investigation treetop, the spook returned to the better known a the Hlggm-bothatO ,(, ownership. house where game were enjoyed and ,,roof of ..nj-jnfarm, and one of the bet in jThe money Is to be krpt for twelve refreshment were served. It Is doubt- power. Garrard county wa sold last week by months, during which time claims ful if such an array of color and The chief factors in the situation t Attorney Jay W Harlan, truitce in V filed for ownership but if variety of costume will aemble are high tariff, unreasonable taxation, U'k.n ..,! Mr. .IV lm bankruptcy for David F Kunkin, to T"Vr,i not "ne again until next year on the same lark of ii foreign policy, and general T. C Kankln. of thi county, for praetor doe. not give you drugs, I gru the money Such occasion are pleaant inefficient administraton of thr affairs late. stretch the biwly, manipulate any part $130,10 an acre Thr farm contain Jones sat down and tried to count and profitable. of my country and your country, of the diseased tissue, nor use any acre. the money when he found It nnd esHon. Ralph Cilbert, of Shelbyville, We had the best prayer meeting form of electrical masage llu-thnnd l.at Thursday, timated it at $18,000, but the Frank- in month from the standpoint of at- is the Candidate, on the Democratic , Illeae, to the Chiropractor, is estate dealer. foremost weighed it to ascer- tendance last week. We are continu- Ticket, for Congress from this di caused by the hindrance to the nor- fort authorities old the Howard King farm near iniing our aerie on church membership trict and hi splendid pat record Ii mal How of nerve energy from the tain its value. The pot bore the 88 acre bring purchaed by tials "J. 11." with interest and profit. Come thou sufficient guarantee that he is the Walter Arnold for $lU.'jr an acre, the spinal column to the affected part of In pioneer Kentucky days thi sec- - with us and we will do thee good. best man. the body remaining &33 acre were purchased Men nud women of Garrard, if you jtion wa the scene of the operations Our monthly busine meeting will Ily udjusting the vertebra in the I by W. T King, Sr., for 155 an acre. spinal column, nature is given an op- I of a band of robbers who killed a be held next Saturday at 'J:30 at the wish to read in the newspapers, on 0 At thi aale between $7,000 and number of settler. It is supposed November Rth., something like the worth of perronal property wa portunity to permit 100 per rent of that either aome settler buried the church. Business of importance will following: "Bet Man Elected,' I come up for disruption, and every o1d at atlfartory price. Iloth the nerve rnerity to the diseased part. "Garrard (lives Gilbert Good MaNaturally, when nature is given a money to hide it from them, or that member is urged to be present. above ale were well attended. The service ut the usual hours next jority," you will go to the poll and chance, the diseused part becomes it was hidden therr by the robbers. Sunday. The pastor will preach Sun- ballot without full on Tuesday, No normal. day morning and an announcement vember 7th II. K. Wade, I). C , Chiropractor, will be made at that time in regard Ijincaster, Ky, to the evening service. The young Office to 11 A. M., and John II. Jennings has just been J to Ii I. M. The Itevival meeting is in progress people' meeting at tl:.'IO. Spoke to Representative Crowds at elected president of the new Literary llring your letter and unite with u Kvrnlngs, Sunday and Holidays by with good prospect for a seain of Paint Lick and Bryantsville In Society which has been formed appointment. (It.) emphasis upon thing Spiritual that next Sunday or come under the of the the Normal department will mean much to all who will be watchcare of the church until your At -- ;:i) Tuesday afternoon the Kastern Kentucky State Normal nble to attend. The inspiring song letter is received. If your letter can- Hon, Itulph Gilbert, of .Shelbyville. Thee School and Teachern College led by Mr. Allan W Caley not be obtained I l your privilege service good organizations are beginning their Tuesd.y Niikt, Noy.mber 7lh., 1922 ,(.ctri at 7:15 each evening; tin fob to come before the church uml be spoke to u tine gathering of the people of the Paint Lick section, nt t Comman- - j iow,., K. Kdwurds, inDr. J work early and thl) society ha i,y the strong Oo.pel sermon received by relation. Paint Lick, In behalf of hi candidacy deed selected a capable person to der of the lleidal Sanford Post No. f n,.v. s. S Daughtry make up a pro-3We extend the scriptural invitation we give notice to a very;Kram w,.j wort, our while lo attend, to all unaved people to "Seek the fur congress. during the winter. ak that direct Its affairs That night at 7:110 he spoke to a important Legion meeting to be held, We extend to all a special invitation Lord while He may be found, call ye He wa in the Service fur IS month large and very enthuiatio crowd of In the battles of III tin city Tuesday night, Nov 7th, to come with active service upon Him while He i near. Let the those splendid llryiintxvllle people. P M , at the I O. 0. F Hall.' the Mitme, St. Mihlel ami Argomie. at ; wicked forsake his way and the unt Kven though these speaking were in ('omiuniiiliT - KilwnnU will mnLe one i mm Mr. Jennings has been Intire-te- d . righteous man hi thoughts, and let scarcely a ,ib advertised at all good crowds , of the best commandeni this Post has) ,, all school uctivitii's both here and at break him return unto the Lord, uml He will attended and we are proud to say that OW'lllg to an unfortunate llerea College and has held many l.i 1.1,1 if ,.ll It,.. ...rv,-- .. n,.... In llw.l huve mercy upon him; and to our (!od down at the F.lcctrir Light and Power we believe thi fact indicates a sweep student oiricer. He wu president county will only get behind this) great Plant tin week, the Iterord come for He will abundantly pardon." ing out of our present party in power. of the Washingtoninn Literary So- organization. Kvery service man, in out a few hours late The city wa If the good people will only come ut Kastern last year. He has (arriird county i urgently requested; ciety in total darkness for two night and out and vote on election day we are acted as critic and chairman of the to lie present ns alt our machinery l run by elec confident that good men like Ralph program committee for thi society, j succeed thoe who Gilbert will trio power, we were practically out S. JenHe Is the son of Mr. Nannie Farris Fox Fitzpatrick, aged 40 are ut present fattening themselves of business during that time nings, of Huenu Vista, Ky. Kxpert were rushed from Louis year paied away at hii home ne.tr in Washington. The Lancaster High School team, and Hedgeville, in Lincoln county lust which is one of the very best on the villi- - to relieve the situation gridiron in Kentucky thi fall, defeat everything was done by Mr. Ilastin Monday afternoon, after an Illness Mr. Fitzpatrick "aiis ed the Freshmen of Transylvania Col that wa possible under the circum- of pneumonia, Owing to the fact that she will be , one of the most prominent and proslege by a -- core of 10 to 0. This stances, to speedily relievo the compelled to be awuy from her rtorv which was done lust night and perous young farmer in that neigh The following invitation was re- make the seventh victory for the weeks in the near future, Kxreedingly popular uml for several borhood. back to normalcy ceived by the Lancaster High School Lancaster boys, which is ii record of we are Mr. Itella Frunri Is offering some well liked by III many acquaintances, foot ball eleven nnd the sipiml from note, as they have met mime of the rare bargains in the millinery departill death Is un irreparable loss to hard teams, but go through them like Transylvania and several other: of her establishment. A call wid ment the community and illtreiugly "The Freshmen and Sophamore n dreum. Here's to you, Lancaster will convince unyone that we are corThe first program iudy of grand to his family uml friends. Classes will be glad to have your pres- buy. Danville Advocate. opera led by Mrs. N'olund is at rectHe Is survived by hi wife and I "Faust." ence at an informal masquerade o'clock today, (Thursday) brothers, nnd . party, Friday evening, October thr Mr, (iuy Davidson has charge of three children Dr, II. four Fitzpatrick. W, John J., and twmty-aevent- h "Itigo-lettu,- " from seven thirty to Champion foot ball the second Opera program, The State I have bought from Mr. K. Presor Klwomt, Intl. . Walter Fitzpatrick, ten thirty, at the School Building In eleven will leave here tomorrow, (FriNov. 0th. of Washington, D. C. and Owen Fit old Ilrown his Insurance busineas, honor of the foot ball team." day) at trn o'clock where they will These programs mvrk a Colo. Funeral uml will continue in the same office Patrick, of Denver, take the Harrodsburg eleven into liitr in Club work and members and service were held ut the residence he occupied over Walker Bros. HardKtattufcy Farm Ballard. Ut camp by about 25 to 0, Make It friends should attend the full course Wednesday morning, conducted by ware store, furiaa Pig Chmm', trsxtBil Bar-la- eight, boys. of six a scheduled In year book. I will appreciate any new buslneta the pastor of the Hubble Methodist Tttissio H Ratlaa. Wkal --alsUUagt, Raalaaaatl Ratasi Sa4 Rya aaa! church, Interment following in the and hope the continuance of all the asul rya mlJaWaf. lata flat far aala. S, D. Cochran. old customer. Timothy Hudson A Faraau Danville cemetery. HusUaa A Faraau. Hasina A Faraaa. Some truck lat Saturday morning obout 4:30 o'clock, one mile from l.anca-te- r on the Lexington pike nml w.i almost instantly kllleil. I.ige Ford, a son of the late Judge A. I). Kuril, who hu the agency for the (treat Southern Oil Company In this county, classes, wa driving the truck at the time of amounting to the fatal accident Total cah prize llumber, who will hail Tt, I'JB with cup ami medal Just (rotten out of another car undoubtedly lirinir together the choic- going in the .time direction, intended est -- election of fat anil feeding cat- boarding the oil truck, which wa tle from Kentucky, Tennessee, Mis- following close behind. A the truck sissippi, Alabuma nnd Georgia, the came up, it l thought that dumber' content being llmiteil to thee live overcoat In some manner liecam state. Of the cmh prizes, a lurge caught In hi foot unit he unt thrown amount I bring ilonateil by member directly in front of the oil wagon, of the l.ouisrllle l.tve Stock Kxchange the front wheel of which paed over Jailer have been selected from the hl body, resulting fatally u feu minbrat ualiflril mm in the country to ute later a want these prilr. There will be Mr Ford wa exonerated of all sixteen ring and fifty awards. blame by a euro lit - jury, an inqueit The Junior Agricultural Club ex- having been held at the home of I.en hibit will be one of the features of Cobli, near where the accident occur lhUgreatcattleev.nl. Twenty-fivj fM, am wh.rp ,um,,cr wa, t;(krn carlouilt of prune baby beeves are immediately after the mihap. being fed by thr boi and girl club That the truck was going slowly for competition in thi division and wa evlilenred by the fact that it wa marked enthusiasm Is brng hown. stopped before the rear whiel pii.-e- d Many of the junior rlub member over the unfortunate, victim. have signified their intention t atMr. HuiiiIht was unmarried, well tend thl how and elaborate arrange- known, being considered one of the ment are being made tit entertain bet workmen employed by Hughe them and Ware, who are contractors and Liberal prile in the riitMe Mill are now constructing the Lancaster bring out many rhoice feeder , In anil Lexington turnpike. llumber connection with thi htw. twenty-fiv- e wa nn hi way to work, he going regiiterrd Hereford!, An gut and early in order to file up the engine .Shorthorn bull will be offered from before the other workmen arrived the leading herd of Kenlurk) The remain were brought to the Keen interest l being hown by home of hi ltcr, Mr. Hubert llurn- the packing industry in the tale of side, on Itichmond street. He ! surthe fat cattle and livel tunipetition vived by one brother, Charley Hum-lQl- d I expected. G. Al, llirrh, chairman ber. of thl county, and three siter. of the executive committee nnd Arch Mr. Itobt llurnside, of thi city. llirch, superintendent of the how and Mm. Frank Ro, of Indiana ami Ml. ale are buy making arrangement Joe How man, of Virginia Funeral for thl event, the succeo of which service were conducted Monday af it already aureil terrioim by Itev K II. Ilourland at the grave in the iuincaster cemetery King where the interment took plfice e The Bourbon Stork Yards Company will hold n Fat anil Feeding Cattle Show nml Hale at I.oulvllle, Ky, November 23 ami 'Jtth. Thi event promises to be the greatest cattle show ever held In the South. Thirty carload of fat steer will be entered in aililition to various other Captain Hamilton Cox and hi team of green and white warriors Friday afternoon defeated the mighty On at Mnndu) afternoon at three eleven here Jiy the ncore of o'clock, George Allen Mcltoberts, well 10 to 0. Captain Cox In leading hi and popularly known here, died at men to victory over the College boyv hi- - home in Covington, after u erioui have udded their evr nth link to their ill in- of several week.. He had long unbroken chain of victories. In been in declining health for everal winning thl contest they have sue- year and when complications arose ceeded in running up n tntnl of 2.U a few week prior to hi puling It point against -- . at realized that death wn Imminent, The first three quarter found both Mr Mrllobcrts wn the youngest eleven lighting up and down the old un of the late John M. nnd Margnret gridiron, each team putting forth Klkin .Mcltobert and wni born inj evervthim thev hud ill order to rarrV Lincoln county nuout k years ago, th. In,tttt., lather over the chalked when- - he spent the greoter part of .,... hnt - marker. f1. hi young life. He was n member Neither was able to accomplish thi of the Presbyterian church and lived until the fourth quarter whrn the a clean, upright and honored life. local lad managed to get the ball to His wife, who wn Mi" Beie the .10 yard line when Coach Heber'a itiirnslde, of thi county, nnd hi sev- Captain kicked a perfect goal count en year old daughter, llrl.y Margaret, ing for them three ponit. Here the survive him, both of whom have the tide turned in favor of the Hcbermrn uicerest sympathy of the community, and in a few short minute they had the loss of a devoted husband andjUl(. piK,k,n llV,.r the line for n touch n kind nnd nn indulgent father down. Captain Cnv .kicking the goal He is alo survived by the follow- for the extra point, making a total of ing brother and sister: Mr. J. It. ten point made during the afternoon Mount and It. K McltoberU. of this matinee and all were credited to the city, C C. McltoberU, of Lunrnster squad, Coach Heber used Jack Mcltobert. of Te.xa and II. J Henry and Kstes a his wing men and Mrltohert. of Stanford. thev showed un well: the next five Mr. McltoberU had for some time. riin,uted f Crutchfield. an all State been the traveling salesman for the tackle, ltobmon, " !., Kavanaugh, Columbia Shade Compan , of Cin- Cox, II. (' , and llratton, in the back cinnati, and was considered by the field to make gam behind this stone linn one of lu most popular and wall were V. Itobinson and t'apt. efficient alemeri. Cox, two all State men and the The remain were brought to Stanbrother, who were eager to ford esterday afternoon where inter- carry the bull at all times. ment took place, after short and apItefetee and Umpire, Miller ami propriate MTVlrea at the grave Ityars, (alternatively) I Headlinesman Wilmot Tran-sylvunla Home in Covington After Several Months Illne.ss Mis Lancaster High sive t'ongreiwmnn Hlected Were .'resident Stone Says That Dnte Is Final so Fur as This year's historic Muple Tobacco is Conccrnetl Lexington, Ky., Tobacco grower who may remain out of the Hurley Tobacco Growers' with u view- Assio-elatio- ., One of the oldest and most is on houses in avenue, now occupied jointly by Mr, Adolph Joseph and Mr. Will Kmbry and their families. The building, a double log structure but now modernized, i the property of Mrs. Naomi Hamilton, of thi city, and wa erected In 17H8 by John lloyle, who wa at the seige of lioonesboro in 1778. lloyle was n major In the American Revolution nnd the great grandfather of J. P. Doty, of thl city, who i the only living relative In thi community, lloyle county was named in honor of the revoliintionnry soldier above n mentioned. It is nlo an Interesting fact that from this house went the following successive congressmen: Jno. lloyle, Samuel McKee, (Jeorge Itobertson, (afterward Chief Justice of Kentucky) and Hubert Letcher, who was once the Governor of thi state. -- Prosperity Doesn't Merely Happen It i made by efficient administration of the energies and wisdom of mankind which Ood in Hi goodness bestowed upon u. Such administration of the of n nation rest. with the masses unit classes of its population and the efficient or inefficient administration of the WISDOM of a nation of it public lies within the hand office-holders. to testing the loose leaf markets, uml, If they find the prices at auction not high enough, bringing their tobacco to the hurley association to be sold, will find them-selv"out of luck," according to a statement from President and General Munager James C, Stone, made public Thursday. The statement is contained in a letter to Iluford K. Allen, chairman of the organization in Fayette county, and was given in reply to an inquiry from Mr. Allen as to whether the date of November Oth.. set by the board of director of the association a the closing day for the book this year would be observed. In his letter. President Stone says that the dnte set by the director) of the association I final and that no contract will be received after November f.th., on this year's crop. The letter in full follows: to "Deur Mr. Allen, Replying your inquiry ns to whether or not any one will bo allowed to join the association after the closing day we have set, November 0th., will say that If any grower want his year's crop handled through the association it will be absolutely necessary for him to sign thr contrnct before November (1th. Gold Coins Worth $48,000 are Dug Up et, Ky,, 1 Baptist Church News Rankin and l. Farms Sell Chiropractic .i''" . ii nor Subtract Add From Mar-cell- al To the Democrats and good people of Garrard county, who have experienced a lack of prosperity during the past two years, let this be a notice and a warning that, on Tuesday, November 7th., 1022, It is your duty, to yourwlf and your country, to go to the polls and ballot for the man belt fitted to represent thl district in the tiSth. Congress of the United State. Already it has been proven to u that, without a doubt, the present depressed conditions, in this greatert of all nation, i directly tradable to the abominable manipulation of the of our nation as e.xercled by the majority party in "We are not going to allow the man on the outside to see how the loose-leaopen and, If he f market doe not like the prices, bring his) tobacco to the association. "This decision is final and I would be glad for you to give this information to your organization. Very truly yours, JAMES C. STONK. President and General Mgr." Garrard County School Fair (By Prof. R. B. Butler) rhir,'n," e y, ral e, $8,-00- Elected President of Literary Society Presbyterian Thr colored people of Lancaster feel quite honored by having had the school fair held in Lancaster Saturday, October 28th. Thla is the first time the Garrard county schools have had a school fair and It proved quite a success. Some of the schools of Garrard county displayed extraordi-nar- y enthusiasm, while others were not represented. There was a full program for the day, at well a night. The teacher of Lancaster, School Improvement Club, and County teacher received many congratulation for the interest manifested in making the fuir a success. It has inspired the schools with higher ideals, and they hope to have a greater fair next-yeaA declamatory contest was held at night utid two aplendid addresses delivered. The speakers in the contest were, Hattie Harris, Lancaster school, lit. prize; Josephine Floyd, Lancaster school, 2nd. prize. Addresses delivered by Dr. J. K. Wood, Danville, and Mr. G. S. Sleed, Danville. Ky. Schools Represented and Teachers Present Lancniter Prof. R it. Butler, Mis I. It. Muson, Mis Isabel) Overstreet, Mrs. It. II. Butler, Scott Fork-- Mr. Curl Walker, l.uwel teacher absent; Point Leavel-M- is Susie Letcher; Flat Woods Mr. Mary Kinraid; DavUtnwn Mis KstelU Yates, Mis Carolyn Twine; Hryants-vill- c Boone'-Cree- k Mr. Carl llurnside; Mr, George Gaines; and New Hope- - Mr. Tom Steward. Schools Racalvtng Prises Lancuster, Scotts Fork, I.owel, New Hope, Point Leuvel and Davistoun. hour! Church Notice Congressman Gilbert Legion Meeting A Great Team Farris Fitzpatrick Dies After Brief Illness Entertain L. H. S. Rare Bargains Foot Ball Team Judge Hardin Has Narrow Escape Judge C. A. Hardin, chairman of the Democratic State Central Committee, narowiy escaped going over the cliff at Brooklyn bridge last Sun- day when he lot control of his auto mobile and collided with another car on the hill. Judge Hardin was on his way to Ixington at the time. Both curs were damaged but nut put out of running commission. Obelisk BaUard Flour It aura, Oaly Ida aeattaful and delicious. heart af tka West wheat is used la aiaklai Obelisk. Wa daltver U laa. A Fartua. Hud situ-atiim- ap-ai- Club Meeting ' On to Harrodsburg Change of Agency high-wat- Ft4 Sal The Ctntral FUcord. Lancastat, Ky., i humday, Nov 2 1922 tWimHIUIHIHHIItimWHHIIIIWWMH ' Man's Mascot A million men have turned to One Eleven MONEY to LOAN A pleasant I JOHN PALMER I WHHIWHHHllimilniHHiHHi7 Mr Cigarettes a firm verdict for superior quality: III cigarettes chair. "I.llj'll tnrn ii jes, sah." hr kept repenting. "Tint woman's always on ile Job. Sny, caln't jou give nie nothing but rabbits' hacks? Caln't you give tut rabbits' legs for n change of tulil tlie wunlcn. "Oh, well, I cues we'll have to humor liltu." answered the ifnlten- tlnry governor, "He's only pit three i ' mure now." lllg (leorre was the cbeerfillcst ne- -' ro prisoner tlmt mm lay In the con-- , g (j,.,. rue was to he iloiiin.il (Ht. elctncil(-In three wevkn' time for the inunlcr of his wife, Mly. He hail drowned her In the creek. ninr Ids eiihln. giving out the story Hint she liiul left tiltti for nnother man. He hint iimtllntiil her ImhI), mi Hint the remains were only recognltahte by the ring on the linger. Witnesses hail , worn positively that It was l.llr's ring. Kor the defense It was alleged that the body miis Hint of one Mitrthn Wiihhliicti.il, nn n till colored chore-ladwho hnil disappeared one night , on her way limiie acro the hrlilce, while under the Inilnence of moonshine. Hut that hail not weighed with the Jury. lllg (iei.rce kept lip his courage nmt reltentti'il that he wutilil nut go to the wi-e1 C 111:. Wmi.ui Nwitpr Union.) "I can't nmke nut why III Ceorge want riiM.it every day for dinner," warmth and comfort follows the first dose ftrilag ol II I "I coughed for twa jr without n day'i or night's rent. Wm told It wm chronic bronchitis and could not bo cured. Foley'. Honey and Tr helped mo and I rlccp stlt nightlong. I will nevrr bo without It in my house." Mra.Sadialay, Carlylc, If joi wait to kmy iomc jo caa harrow the mtmey and aay It hack or the laataUMcat plan. Mike aapllcstloa to the Secretary msw Lancaster Building & Loan Ass'n J. L RtkiMM, rrstflVst. Km Sst Sfctfty Mmn, SfdyTrtH. fa. Puts a heal tog, sooth iag coa eg ea aa Urftotacd throat. TURKEYS WANTED Country Produce. Wo Slops lllffhcat Cnsh Price pnid for TURKEYS, GEESE, DUCKS, CHICKENS, GAME, EGGS, and all other write for prices. Coop tickling tfcroat. hoaracMM, throat aatj chest Irrita-tioa- charc no commission,, we buy exclusively, a. hack nnd cnsen furnished to our shippers. fag cough. THE BUCKEYE PROOUCE COMPANY 11 1 Incorporated East Front Street Cincinnati, Ohio. ls, diet 7" 15 for 10 Farmers of The South Headed for Independence are the establishment of Icaracter new creameries in the ter-- I Hallway by Southern ritory System, a large increase in the of butter, the raising in south Georgia of milk fed poultry along the lines lor many years proiitamy practiced in east Tennessee, the placing on farms throughout the territory of more pure bred poultry than in any previous year, and the growing of high grade tobacco in South Carolina and Georgia. "The movement of farm settlers o the South, comparatively light for several years past, shows signs of increasing. Sound and conservative colonization project are being launch in several localities served by Soutern Railway System. Lands will be prepared for farming anil utTered on terms which should attract a desirable class of farmers from parts of the United States where land prices, measured by productive value, relatively are muc i higher than in the South." in-t- Washington, I). C "The Southern farmer U making hopeful progress in hi Journey from dependence upon a single money crop, with its one per year at market time for pay-dacotton or tobacco, toward the independence to be obtained by the operation of his farm to yield cah return throughout tin- - year from the sale of truck crop, cattle, hogs, poultry and dairy product," say Fairfax Harrison, president of the Southern Railway Company, in his annual report which goes on to say: "One proof of this progress is found in a report by the United States Bureau of Markets that from January l, 1022, to August 19. 1022, there were shipped from the states of N'orth Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Florida, Alabama, Mississippi, 107,298 Louisiana and Tcnnciicc carloads of cabbage, cantcloupes, lettuce, onions, strawberries, sweet poA racking tatoes, tomatoes, watermelons, Irish r nervous hsMMche potatoes, peaches and rxed vegetables, compared with S:i,G29 carMENTHOLATUM loads for the name period of last year, away. chases an increase of 23,609 carloads or 28.30 per cent, and this showing was made in spite of the fact that there was a substantial decrease in producNo matter how humble his origin, tion of watermelons anil peaches because of unfavorable weather condi- tie judge who presides over a il.vorce . ourt Is constantly n touch with high tions. evidence of the same society. "Other bits of y "lliimor him," said the governor. "We don't often get n prisoner like (Jeorge." l He rertnlnly was n cts.n. nnd every one was sorry that the chnlr loomed m ilemllr close to him. There had not Lien nn execution In the rinn for three or four yenrs. There were three eonileiiiniil irlls, but none of them hud been within that .erlo,l of time, until Ceorse rn.ne. The other two were umiI for storlni: fuel .. . inn ihmhi... The rhiilr hail hn.l to be overhauled -ii- lioKHher It was ns.ty business. n. every one would be thankful when It was mix. They hml trliil their hardn reprieve for (.force, but est to the liiul turned down the ilerWtxely. So (ieorce had to po. "That womnnll turn up. sah." fJenrge InMMeil. "Sny, ain't 3011 cut no mbblts' laics for n chnncej" Two weeks before the day set for the execution tSeorce's slter whs (!eoss:e opened his eyes, lie hail no slstei" at least, he had never met one. However, the prospect of Imly visitor wus naturally n welcoms one. In mme I.Ily, as Inrce nn life, arcotu-pnnleby the wnrilen. "Hello, I.Ily, I guessed you'd turn up," wild (Jiirge. "So you come back-t- Crop Rotations Needed to Build Up Worn Soils , ... Eivji-rno- r rt farmers crop mat j lensmen mr roiaium one year by most cases, a will lait for several years. .. One leaving jrrass nnd clover for a year .or more lecumes. .. The altrrna- - lonwrr anil unnir it for pasture, "On land that washes badly, ood untitled crops. KarnnnL- - nractirrs that have beenitlon of tilled anil a rotation that allows followed in Kentucky in the past 7 Th- - al!rntlon of ilreri and shal- i farmers Use thnt! for a clover or grass crop from year crops 8. Crops many farmers of the state have put to )i'Nr. In this case the land is in need of a. crop rotation system will lUttrumte labor, save equipment sod only often enough will build up their worn soils, nnd cut down the amount of super broken from that vision that Is necessary. t. The to renew the stand of grass or clover nrrordini; to It. K. Stephenson, soils two cultivated crops p,.ciHst of the Coib ue of Acricul- - plantinc of crops In the best order and only one ore ,ur,.. , llivtr.jrtn farn,nK. which to control insects and plant disease, 'are gron in succession. stock is niwt common, in Kentucky, ,it Is 10. The keeping of live Pity the woman who says she is .,, , , , , ... , - m ,h T. ' perfrctly contented with her married ' V, "lr" 10 n"""-- !0", ncn" or rvr? I .Some crop on the up the fertility which they already taMf crop. life. She is probably making the best nines, i.i. i ne ue m of a bad bargain contain without a iroml system of "n" to prevent waste rotating crops. At the present time, few farmers in the state uie n rota- "The miMt common rotations run tion, but the number is increasing for three, four and live years or else as better farmers are being develop-- j fur an indefinite length of time that) common three-yen- r ed Kentucky needs rotations rotation n.'uli-A close shave f m provide for mure legumes and, on corn or tobacco followed by wheat the rougher lands, more grass and j or some other small grain and then MENTHOLATUM clover and grass. Corn, oats and clovers. comforts jji J hcalsxF "Some of the things that it good, clover s not uncommon in s me ft 1 A common four-yeashould provde for are turns. rotation About the same a re age of each crop j in the state is corn, soybeans . ow I every year .1 2. A crops. One or more rash peas, wheat or other small Some In clover or jrr liny crop. train and " s I J r 11 il in it "What yo' tnlklni: alwiut, nlccer I.Ily "I'm jour sister. demandisl I'ansy. W killed I.Ily In the crlik Vo' brain must be going, nlccer." "Kor (inwd's sake, I.Ily, don't baud me thai," pleaded !eorge. "Ain't jo' going to tell the governor yo'e my wife, sn's they'll let me wit?" The wnrdm. who was listening to' the conversation, grinned cheerfully. "I iluniio, (iis.rce," said I.Ily. "I liiouglit say It, but they wouldn't be-- 1 lleve It, 'cos every one knows 1'se jo' ' idstcr, I'ansy (iw.rce collapsed on bis bed, 'Tor ile Uiwd's stile have n heart, woman"! el" Special Suit Sale AT he (iIiikIimI. j "Say," he asked the warden next day, "how-- ninny times must I ak jnu for rnbhlts' Inlgs Sure to Mike they nln't nil bucks, are theyV "Humor him.'' said the penitentiary governor. So (Sis.rge had rabbits' legs j We Have Placed j $24.75 d. 60 Suits on Sale thereafter. I.Ily came again. "Say, coon. 1 been ''32- - 53 MX ngnln. thinking over what you asked me," she, sold. "If you was to get clear of here, ii" see, I'd have to tnke up with joil You're n worthleo kihhI for men and young men at the popular price of $24.75. sort of nle-ger- , s WHATEVER EAT YOU yur and )i" ain't a are , These are regular ! I - WEAR - USE GENERAL STORE IS PRE- THIS PARED TO SELL IT TO YOU AT SPECIALLY REDUCED PRICES. e, I I i I We want to make n direct bid for your patron-wror ut least a portion of it. In making that bid wo want to assure you that we will accord you the most complete consideration in the matter of qua!-itprice and courtesy that is humanly possible. No y, house can promise more, and live up to the promise. Your Produce is same as cash. "Honest to (ml, I.Ily, ef you let me out I'll work for joil as long as I live." "How 'bout that jnller bull dress, CiMir.e. wbut I left )oll fur beciilise you wouldn't buy It for me" "I'll clt It for jnu, Mly," pleaded fleorge desperately. "And jo' know I alius loved you, honej-."Hey! None of that 5" commanded unthe warden for only quirk j permitted In the rondemnisl cell, Three dajs later (iisirgii was sum liioned Into the govenior'M room. Tin-rsIimmI I.Ily, Ids. lawyer mid representative of the police department. The governor clnM-- (Sisirge by the liund. "(Ieorce, jnu're 11 free limn," said "And you'vu got to' the governor. Jlinnk jour devoted wife for It. You've of your hud thu narrowest Ho shiMik hanils with him, "lie' n good boy, (leorge," ho said. "Co home wllli jour wife und he good to) her." j (corge grinned, -- i tine jou 1 wnsn i going to the ctuilr," he said. "Hut It shore wns a mlchty near thing. Kf you hadn't given me rubblls' laics" Ile flunked it rabbit's foot down on the covernor'i desk. " $27.50, $30,00 $32.50 and $35.00 Suits, all wool-be- st models. Every suit carries our usual workmanship and new snappy guarantee of YOUR MONEY BACK if not satis-fieThe patterns are the very best, kles 11 eM-up- e solid blues, solid checks, browns, stripes and other new patterns. Look these Suits over wnue wc. have your fit, sizes .ssassssssssssssss a s r r.sssssssssssssssssssm wa Becker & Ballard BRYANTSVILLK, KENTUCKY. ! Qlovs E sports Orow. Thu L'ulted Slute glove Industry, shown a fuvornl.le lurreuse on I lie trade of -. as compared with crlod Itrjl. During the Jitiiuury-iln":M ier cent u many leather cloves were exported us during the entire year of ltr.'l. The live lending market for WSl art Canmlu, Knclund. toe Cuba, Mexico and Norway. 11'-y 1 34 to 44. Corrright 19:2 llrt Sihalfner & Mm House of Quality. Smith Lancaster, Ky. laduslrltl lle. IIBHBSBBBBIBaBlBSSllllHBBBlllSMSSBlBSBBIaWBSB i Tho Central Record, Lancaster, Ky.. Thursday, Nov 2. 922 1 Onr f 5,000 in Prim fatmnfOmwcattie BeurWn Stack Yards LOUISVILLE, KY. mmm AlitO Navember 23 ait) 24, 122 JO carloadi of choice Kentucky ami Tennessee fat steers. 25 carloailmf I'rimr Haby Beeves fed by the Girls' Clubs will compete in the Junior Club Kxhibit. FEEDERS. Liberal prim Vtlt bring many carload of fancy feeders. !o'and Auri-rultur- al kin .t Newhy Saturday and Sunday. Mr. ami Mrs. tfath Honle and Mi" spent (Seneva Iloirie of Lancaster, Sunday with Mr. nnd Mr. Ollle Iloitlc Mr and Mr. Handy Kurtx nnd family, of llarrndshuri! spent Sntur- Mm day nnd Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. 25,000 Disabled I.. K. Brown. in Hospitals After Four Mr. Mr. T. O. Kill and ilter, Years of Piaoe. I.ixiie Walker visited Mr. and Mrs. John Hill at Point l.eavell nnd friends CHAPTERS' FIELD OF SERVICE lit llerea taut week. Mr. Kirhy Teater bought U fat Jiog from Mrs. I.ora Noel, JO from Every Veteran Neerfini Help Gets Mr. Oeo, Hay and 10 from Mr. Itoht. Individual Attention of Symilronddus at H.7fJ per hundred. Farmers Favor Plan RED CROSS HEALS KEEPS (MMEN For Better Poultry WELL AND STRONG WOUNDS OF WAR to 3 G1 rop cowpen i dude's .t- Impoverished blood make children frail, backward and delicate. IVpto-Manga- n wwntifui supply of pure, red blond, restores bodily strength, hrinn back color to the checks and builds flesh. For over 30 vears Cude'a Pmo. Siangan lias lieen rtarnimcnded by leading physicians as a tonic and btood enrirhcr. Your druKKist las it liquid or tablets, as you prefer. d mates a 2S Registered Hereford, Shorthorn and Annus built will be offered from Kentucky'! leadinir herds. BOURMN STOCK TARDS CO. EJcMofal and Interfiling. Mr Hylvanus Sebnstlnn wits here from Nlcholaiiville last week at the Allen bedside of hl mother, Mr. Sebastian, who I seriously III. Ilusincs meeting Saturday afterSunday School noon at two o'elork Sunday morning at 10:111 and preachevening at ing at II, Sund , o'clock I' T. A. met Thursday afternoon I'rcs-i.len- pathetic Workers. Pepto'Mangan Tonic Gude's POOR RIDGE Scores of requests' for the certification of poultry flocks that have The cost of draining many fields been received In the last- - few weeks by the College of Agriculture from on Kentucky farms can almost be farmers In every part of the state In- paid for by the crop increases obtaindicate that Kentucky poultry ralicrs ed the first year after the tile are put are anxious to better the qunlity of in, according to results obtained their stock nnd breed their hens so during the summer Juit past by W. G. with they will lay mure eggs, according to Duncnn, who is J. II. Martin, in charge of the college County Agent F. O. Townea and the poultry work. Four (locks In the farm engineering section of the Colstate already have been certified since lege of Agriculture in carrying out the work was started n few weeks a drainage demonstration on his farm ago by the college pnultrymen. A near I.uierne, Muhlenhurg county. It cost him $.12.02 an acre to put in n total of about CO farmer and poul-trymepoul-tryme- Increase 1st. Year Almost Pays for Drainage at the Auditorium. Annual election t. of otficem: Mrs. Hubert Carter, Ilcv. J. F. Trice Vive Pres., prayer Mm. It. W. Sanders. Bnd. Vice Pres.. the .Mr. Have I.oni: led Mr. Karl Carter. Srct'y, ami Mrs. iilfetint; Wednesday. Oncnr Itay, Treasurer. Mrmri. V. K. Whittaker and pavU .Sutton uere tn Cincinnati flrt of the It's a fart you can't keep a man week. down a long a he is able to get up Mr. and .Mm. MM Carter pent Sun- again. day with Mr. and Mr. Noah Marsee IloMied hair will grow out in time, in llryantsville. liul what is to become of the short Mr. and Mrs. Kay Noel and daughskirts? were week-enKUeU of Mr. anil BUCKEXK ter d in .Mr. Virjril Uyton. knows a Many n wie man .Mr. and Mr. T. ('. Jenkins ami and makes good guee at the vlilted Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Jen- - rest of them. s UNRECORDED The Following is a List DEEDS of Unrecorded Deeds in the Garrard County Clerk's Office From From From From From From From From From From From From From From From From From From From From From From From From From From From From From From From Sam llughe Adams, McKfhley Adam. Mrs. Annie Austin, Annie A Itachcl Ilurdette. 1). I'. Heir llroadiis A l.ear llogie, Nathan K. Hall, John Drown, I.ncatcr lmrater Cemetery Co. Cemetery Co. Co. Co. Co. Co. Co. Co. Co. Co. Co. Co. Co. Co. Co. Co. Co, Co. (Jo. Co. Co. Co. Co. Co. Co. jmrater Cemetery l.ancatcr Cemetery l.ancater Cemetery' lj.nea.Mer Cemetery lmcater Cemetery l.ancuter Cemetery jincater Cemetery l.ancatt-- r Cemetery ljncutT Cemetery Ijinr.i.Ier Cemetery Uini-aste-r - Illanks, Chas. & Wm. Honrr At Trumbo Itroadui, J. M. Heirs Ilourne, J. II. Ilourne, K. S. Ilourne & Illanks Clark, J. II. Cochran, S. P., Heirs Conn, J. II. J. A. Cheatham, Tina Denny, J. N. Doty, Mary II. Cemetery' lmcater Lancaster , Lancaster Lancaster Lancaster Lancaster Denny, Ccorge Davis, Freeman Kason, Maranda Inirnter ljinrnter Ike Arnold Crime, K. S. Caitineau, I. N. (atineau, Itobert Hall, J. W Hughes, Sam Holman, James I1. Huffman, Albert Hogg, Kelley Cemetery Cemetery Cemetery Cemetery Cemetery Cemetery Cemetery Cemetery Cemetery Cemetery Cemetery Cemetery the Itoll Call wlilch opens on Armistice Day snd closes with Thanksgiving I My, S.IKO Chapters In all psrts of the country are encaced. This Is 3.V) mora than were wnrklnc for men last jear when npprnilmately $to,(.0s was expended hy the N. tlnnal Orxsnlistlnn and the Chapters working together In harmonious unity. For the current flscal year National quest to have their birds certified. The certification of poultry flocks Mr. I. II. Duncan was a recent as it Is being carried out nt the presvisitor of .Mrs. Henry Montgomery. ent time involve two points by which Ora Prnther spent the wcek it l hoped the quality of poultry' I stock in the state can be improved end with Uncaster relatives. and the egg production of Hocks , Mt- Liila Mae Itay is visiting her hThe first of these points l,",, r n- - KUih McMillan, .on Wolf is the picking out nnd marking of the Tr:nlbest laying hens in the flock nnd matMiss llallie II. Duncan spent Tues- - ing them with n good cnckrel to furnday night with Miss llnzel .Mae Hur- - ish n special breeding pen. The second point in certification i the diseip. ilette. tribution of cockerels and hutching sure, nerums strsln ind eibsustlon Wm. Matthew, Mrs. Tommy Mr. eggs from these breeding pens to Incident to their service In the war, Murphy and baby, spent Thursday The Uniernnieiit without stint Is ther farmer of the state so that they with Mrs. I.. L. Matthew. tn rurnlsli these disabled can get n definite stnrt in ifnprovmg men with the cwtnprnistlon and med.Mrs. Walker llurdettu entertained their flocks. ical care to which they are entitled, a fewfriend .Monday night in honor John Held, Ownesboro, i the own-e- r yet their especial csr Is a duty of the Ited I'rons. Why? Ilectute the (Sot. of .Miss Mary Price, of Paint Lick. of the first (lock to be certified in eminent cannot hsndle the eases of Mm. John Morris, son and daugh- the state. His White Leghorns were men IndUldually; It must ter, of Jessamine county visited Mr. examined by II. It. Jackson, poultry handle these men In bulk under a extension specialist of the college, standardlted policy. The Government nnd Mrs. Caleb Johnson Friday night and .14 hen picked out ns the best and Saturday. his neither the authority, the funds ones to be used in the breeding pen. nr the equipment for worllnc out I lie Mr and Mrs. Harney Katt. of ilrad-h.n- v Kight Hatred Plymouth Korks from problem of the Indltldusl man. There Mill, spent Saturday night nlid l where the American Ited Cross ( O the llock of Mrs. W. O. Kirk, Phllpot, I t If 11. .TiiiHi.i .Mrs. ii. If twin .ir. una ii. ;wcre put in the breeding pen on this nnus us sreatest neiii ror service, c ' Mr. Klmer Kst and MK lliroiuli (tn ery sctle Chapters Preston. while 12 liar red Plymouth Hocks ... t .t 4 In Sat tttlttf ttia l .as Mattie lleulah Cobh, of the I.e.Mng-- ; farm sissi, hit iciiri limit Willi IUI Were picked out of the llock belonging I ...... u. medl.le nrseiteal l.nln ...i.tln. l.l.,... l.. II I 11 l)kton 5"nora. to fsmlly while 1,1. claim Is emrrg.ns from ,ette and so and Mrs. I. A. Simp.,u .M"' mali, UP "er breeding pen. The ., the prwe.s of adjustment, furnlshln ,. ...... ,l..,v . u,.., ""-."w, largest (lock that ha been certified articles of comfort, funds to tide orer ' the dimcult periods the friendly touch guct Sunday. belongs to A. I up to the present time of personal encnuraiemrnt, helpful .Mr. nnd Mrs. Ilradtoril Ilurdette J Culver, Hopkinsville, 110 of h.is worry dlspelllnc amuse, recreation and gave a party Friday evening to the White Leghorn being selected to ment. It Is the warm hand of symyoung folks. make up the breeding pen. The fellow who never Hens About twenty-fiv- e pathy and understanding which the (lames were in each of these pen will be mated thing wrong does nothing American lied (rus extends to the guets were present. majority of these disabled ei serTlce , piajed and all departed nt a late J with male bird that have trap-nes- t men. some of them friendless In the hour, declaring they hal spent n de- - records behind them or that have The fellow who resorts whirl of life, thoussnils of them with I,,.,,..,, ..i.n.tn. an.l (.m.ini- - lh..v come from llock that have made rec- when in love seldom does wives and children dependent upon I much nfter marriage. wtu d gather at this home again soon. ord in producing eggs. them, and hundreds of them frequent ly helpless In the face of grlui ne-ceslty. 2,67 Chaptsrs Aiding Vsttrans In this work, upon whose the American Ited Cross Is urrlnc n record breaklnj enrollment In i i e 1 taid-InI I Wben on Nntrmber II Kit worlil halts to observe the fourth snnlver-ssr- y of Armistice and the Auerb rsn lied Cross Insucuritei Its Annual Itoll Call for ihr enrollment of rba lir.SI membership, the people of Un united Htstes may well pamr to think of the unparsllrlnl contribution to the cause of peace mule by our Army anil avy in the World War. The lory of It li a rnintnim lpilltlsn woun.ls of war remsln. They ire not healH In Usy, In a yesr, nor la four Lmr?"..'!!,?d ?" yml',;r (lovernment . i ....r.i- - ..,. hostiltals mrr broken physlcillx by wounds, and Blood Enrichtr have made the college A total of about GO farmers nnd poultrymen have made re- .. .! the dralnngc aystcm but the crop of hay from each acre of the drained nrea this year wns valued at $23.88 more than that from each acre of the undrnlned section. The drainage system therefore lacks only $8.14 an acre of having paid for itself. The field being used in the demonstration contains about 20 acre, eleven of which were drained. The other nine acres had better soil on them nnd since they were not as wet a the eleven acres, they were Ift so that the yields from the drained part of the field could be compared with those from a part of the same field that was not drained. The system was put in during this last spring, all the trenches for the tile being dug by hand. The cost of $32.02 nn acre for putting in the tile probably could have been reduced had some of this work been done by machinery. Immediately nfter the drain had been put in, the entire 20 ncre was treated with ncld phosphate which wa applied nt the rate of 200 pounds nn ncre, anil the field planted to cowpen. When the cow peas were, cut thi fnll, it was found that the umirained part of the field yielded .'1,708 pounds of cowpea hay an acre while the drained part of th e field yielded pounds of hay an acre, or l,u!)2 pounds more an acre than the nrea. This increase in the yield was valued at $23.88 since the hay sold for $30 a ton. 5,-3in doe any- at all. to excuse even that 1 sccom-ptlhme- Double Header Executor's Sale THE LATE J. 0. NAVE'S TWO BABY FARMS OF Headquarters appropriated t,t,OS0,-ia0.lulaa- n llright Ilurdette James I Hamilton Cemetery- - Co. Cemetery Co, Ijincaster Cemetery' Co. Cemetery Co. Cemetery Co. Ijinraster Cemetery Co. Jame A. I.ee tanrnstcr Cemetery Co. ljineastor Cemetery Co. James Hick Itobert Lewis, etc. ljincatcr Cemetery Co. Cemetery Co. Umcastcr Cemetery Co. Ijincaster Cemetery Co. Naomi Hamilton Ijiiirnster Cemetery Co. Lancaster Cemetery Co. ljincater Cemetery Co. Cemetery Co. Lancaster Cemetery Co. Lancaster Cemetery Co. lmcater Cemetery Co. Unnca.ter Cemetery Co. Uncnstcr Cemetery Co. l.ancaster Cemetery Co. William Smith Axie Wages l.unrater lloltzclaw, Frank Hicks, From From From From From From From From From From From From From From From From From From From From From From From Jorph, Sam W. H. etc-- Henninger, Charles Jones, W. (!. Kelley, Kelley, over Increase of $.ll.V-ik).8the amount spent fur the work among men In the year ended June SO last. Since It Is estimated that the Chapters will expend clos to $7,000.-POfrum their own funds, the grsnd total of lied Croi expenditures far this single work Is expected again t reach the H',tMs0 mark by June 30, I1CX O Kulhman, Henry, Admr. Imm, William Lewis, Isaac t.ogas, J. M. A II. T. I.untford, W. J. Long, Mrs. John I.awson, Moe Mnridu, A. Mullins, Klitabeth Miller, J. H. Manuel, Lock N'nsh, Mrs. II. II. Nnylor, Sam A Odus O'lleam. Thomas Oaken, John Hospital and District Offlca Work During the riscnl year a total of over 1,000 persons, jiald and volunteer, has been engaged In Ited Cross duty In hospitals or district offlces of the V S. Veteran' llureau. An averags of 8,000 uew cases requires dsdnlte nnd par ltinlliMi tarh mnnth. Tilt. de. mand for Chsptermnde articles for ' hospital patients Is constant. During last jesr Service Claims and Infonustlon Service at National Head- quaner handled 37,'JOO compensation and Insurance claims, "4.M0 allotment and allowance cases, and 9,700 mlsorl Inneous claims. Since February, 1019, It has disposed of 111,17-- t allotment checks pa j able to eterans which the I'oat (IRIce Depart men t reorted unde-llverab- Acres Each ABSOLUTE AUCTION 7 11 and Saturday, Nov. AT 10 A. M. Ily-bi- 11th I'artln. Katherine Patten. Isaac Pollard, Frank Pendleton, Cobel Pendleton, lllmiii Itogers, Jnmis Itfcketts, II. II. Ituble, .Hettie K. ltothwoll. S. D. ltankiu, Itobert A Chas. Hose, 5. H. Kstate Iteynojd, J. T. Sherrow, Luther Scott, W. S. Sebastian, Thompson Simpson, William Thompson, Arthur & Dave Thompson, P. II. & J. F. Underwood, Luther II. Woods, I From From From From From From From From Krom From From From From From From lto, Milton Itoss, Milton From From From Krom Krom Krom Krom Krom J, II. Warren, lleaxley White, James I. Watkina. William Woods, (iarrette V From Krom From From Warren, Millard Heirs Yeakey, J. 8. & - J. Zanone, Wesley Co. Co. Co. Co, Co. Co, Co. Co. Co. Co. Co. Co. Uncaster Cemetery' Co. Lancaster Cemetery Co. John Maret, et al by Comr. A. T, & J. 1. Sanders James I. "Hamilton Uncuster Cemetery Co. Uncaster Cemetery Co. Uncaster Cemetery Co. Uncnitcr Cemetery Co. Uncaster Cemetery Co. CKONLF.Y BROADDUS, Itobert Uyton, etc. Clara Uy ton's Hrs. Uncasler Cemetery Lancaster Cemetery Lancaster Cemetery Lancaster Cemetery ljincater Cemetery Cemetery Utncastcr Cemetery Uncaster Cemetery Lancaster Cemetery Lancaster Cemetery Uncaster Cemetery lincaster Cemetery ily. Uetweeu July 1, Itr.'l, and June .10, HC2. the Chapters had reported 1,00.1,. ' 079 Instances of service to men and their dependents, at a cost I estimated from report now at hand of more than x.VWO.ooo. work Tha basis of this of tha Ited Cross la the Individual needs of the disabled veteran to the end that ha may obtain hla rights un der the law, that his especial wants may be Immediately supplied, that his own and his family's situation may be rmdorvd happy nnd chocrful, and that their outlook for tho future may ilsuallie Incentives for Independent ' and fruitful effort. t . Is the unit of the lied Cross organization which la accessible to every disabled veteran or bis fam- The iliupter . Sproad Christmas Jsy Abroad Mora than 100,000 Christmas botes for the children of Central Kurop were packed by tho Junior Ked Cross last year. Tho spread of Christmas joy through these botes will bo largely Increased this year becauss of tha pUns atready undor way. -Your Ptacs-TlmNot "all you can," but your "bit," 11, makes for streatB of tho Auiorb sorvlco. caa Med Cross la poacs-tlaa- s o We have been commissioned by LOUIS NAVE AND WEBB KELLEY, EXECUTORS OF J. D. NAVE to sell the following property for the Hirh Dollar d without Reserve, or Limit. TRACT NO. 1 Located about four miles from Stanford, on the Lancaster pike. Contains seven acres of fertile laud; all lays well nnd all in Brass except the Knrdcu. KU'tfcnt five room cottage with double halls, spacious veranda and back porch, .splendid cellar, all in the pink of condition. Nice storeroom and all fixtures: blacksmith shop, barn and all other necessary outbuildings. Cistern and well at dwelling and cistern at blacksmith shop. Plenty of fruit of all varieties. This is choice property, ideally located ; in line neighborhood and splendid business stand. All buildings, etc. in A repair. POSSESSION of this place AT ONCE and exceedingly easy terms. Immediately after tills sale we will sell for LEONARD NAVE TRACT NO 2 Located about two miles from Stanford, on the Lancaster pike. Has nice five room cottage, veranda; new garage and stable and other necessary well watered anil fenced. This place contains a little over acres. All in clover, all lays well and a dandy little HOME or chicken ranch. Possession of this property AT ONCE and easy terms. The sale will be held on tract No. I. Look this property over and lie convinced that we arts offering something out of the onlinary, right size, well located, etc. Our contract calls for but one price and that is the HIGH DOLLAR BID AT THE AUCTION SALE. It will be just as ABSOLUTE as any MASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE ever held in Kentucky. The "ilridlc is oIL" It is up to YOU to say what it is worth. The last bid on sale day is going to get a deed for the property. There will be no take down to it. Remember the day and hour, SAURDAY, NOVEMBER 11th. at 10 A. M. .Mr. Leonard Nave on the place will take pleasure in showing the property at any time if you care to give it a look. For full particulars see, write or phone either K. S. Alcorn, Attorney, Louis l Nave and Webb Kelley, Kxecutors of of J. 1). Nave or 1 11 thw-wil- ilf HUGHES STANFORD, KENTUCKY. and McCARTY, Attest: Clerk Currard County Court. tftrength In nuuathtra Join total. asalMplkM sort-la- s. l"ne Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. $1 Thursday. Nov 2. 1922 One day wo arc told in for- and moat ungodly of all nefarhears all sides of questions that public, and is eign dispatches that Kngland ious practices this nation has arc before the ever produced. therefore better nble to deter- and France are at outs. Then we learn that they arc Medical science has demon mine the proper course to purin complete accord. strated that youthful vigor may sue. and see Ike The next day we nrc told be restored to (eld men by the Join n woman's club. It is verge of grafting of the, manhood gland one of the best thing that you that they are on the an open rupture. of a young man nnd robust per can do. In the run of a week we have son. When shivering in the cold about seven different virsions. This discovery has produced theyre;offerlii Injeverylllie of Merchandise this winter do not allow your in ajl of which we are expect the gland pirate, who abducts thoughts to dwell too much up- ed to place implicit faith. his victim, has a gland remove on shivering. That is oppres by an expert surgeon, and then What are we to believe? sive. Simply this: Hither Kuro tli rows the unsexed unfortun Turn them toward the warm pean statesmen and officials ate out to be found by some and sunny days of another sum have no minds of their own, or pedestrain. HAMILTON VALLEY mer. That would be anticip- - many of our foreign correspon The respectable element o WATCH THI ative. dents are the biggest liars on the medical fraternity is up in Mm. Marion Well pcnt Wcdm M. Smith. Dwelling too much upon dis- earth. arms and demanding that this dny with Mr. J. Mr. and Mm. J. N. Hulette attend agreeable things shuts out the Reyond this, play safe by be new and ghoulish practice be Ordering New Freih rd mrellnc at Good Hope Sunday brighter side of crushed in its incipiency. HAPPY! enthusiasm and life. H stifles Moving nothing. MAKE HER Mr and Mm Willie Khodu vmtcd Goods every week. renders impo Hut it will not be so crushed .Mr an.l Mr W. M. Creech recently Is there a wall paper trust? as long as judges and lawyers tent many of the best efforts That Coti FLOUR and Mr. Japcr Hulette vmtcd If so, it is in danger of going and police officers talk only in Mr.Mrand Mr. W. M. Creech Sunday-Mr- . of mankind. WANTS BVKRYHODY We have but one life to live to pieces. terms of jail sentences, as they and Mm. W. M. Creech vWtcd You Snve The Difference At the present rate of ex are now doing. upon this earth, and that life Mr. ami Mr. Jame Clark recently .lust slip into our store some change it is about as cheap to will be only as we make it. Mm Khznbeth Caldwell viltrd Mr R. J. EN6LC Where there are senile and Bright spots should be cut paper your house with German doddering old fossils of wealth and Mr Marion Well, Wednesday day and take home the MAJESNrar Depot Lancaster.Ky Mi. tivated until they become the marks and Russian rubles as who crave to become young Jennie Well, who ha been I g predominant side of existence it is to spread on good Ameri bucks again there will always airk for tunnel me better at thu TIC RANGE that the writing. Dark ones should be eradicate! can wall paper. be found unscrupulous stir The covernment will find it utterwife has been needing and then forgotten. The wall paper industry goons and gland pirates willing School nt Strinittown U projrre-Innicely utth Mr I. W.Saylor a ly impotaible to make our American Shiver but think of the sun should register a vigorous and to serve them for a share of teacher hip dry. The bottom will alwayv so long. The best is none too ny days ahead. vociferous protest against this that wealth. Mr. anil Mm. John Vnrber are re be wet. foreign invasion of its legiti The manhood of our young joicing over te arrival of a fine Kirl, In Chicago a reckless motor mate Held. good for her, and it's the cheapmen must be protected at all named Geneva. ist passed a street ear on the 1200 Mr and Mm Jjuper llulett vtMted hazards and at all costs. est in the end. left or forbidden side, and kill her father, Mr Grant Hammond at Signal Heed The We believe in law and or Frankfort, recently. ed a little girl. Xmai Presents Free oi a BUY THE RANGE .WITH A A danger signal has been tier, out the sacretlness A judge promptly imposed a Mr. Thurtton Kobinion and baby A beautiful trift book, "Poem prison sentence of from one to hoisted which should be heed God made person is above all vi.itcd Mr. II. G. Kobinion at Hark-leREPUATION. . for the Common People by a ed by every law abiding per man made laws, until that pert hint fourteen years. Mr anil Mr Thumton IUIiinun son if we as a nation are not son by his own acts forfeits the Country Hoy," free with each That's the kind of a judge rights with which Got! endow vultcd Mr and Mr Ledfonl Campbell to come to grief. Send to have. order for lllbtra. pot near Herea, Thursday and Friday en nun. That signal is the prevalence Fines mean nothing to the card today far latel prima on What punishment would you automobile "Small Aleck," but of crime and graft and con II bio. When Plrattt Pillaged Havana. adequate to the Ilatnlia ua tlUc,! iron bars are a holy terror to tempt for law that is becoming consider I'rrnili CONN BROS. TIdaily more pronounced in all crime? In 1&31 l.iirmil HARVEY M. ESTES rltr, him. nllli lt m(,m!i'!i )i,u-mihI tlMti'tieii sections of the country. Georgetown, Ky. And stnee tines will not i Live and Let Live Folks Newspapers are filled with Robbing The Farmer check him, prison bars should Somebody somewhere is rob Tlrtf Ranulalta fit U.mI.m reports of this abyss of depniv detain him. The fellow who write poetry i ln.nli! kay oltirrrtiy. it dvp. crtut, ity into which we are falling, bing the farmer of his legitiA life for a life, though, Aife. He tinlnrrrlty. h.ime lrt ImtiHo. other opeple read It.have to listen to might be a more Adequate pun but their words seem to fall up mate profits, to the detriment rmi- in mi men in n tr)' -- Carl le. nation as a whole. on deaf ears. Little is ever of the The Centra Record ishment in many cases. If you want to be popul.tr with u With the improved methods done about them. $1.50 a Year. iitncJ Weekly. Labor and Rett Etttntial. wanun don't talk about yourself. Will money buy anything True, while the subjects are of agriculture, and the conse Payable in Adrtnct. IjiIxm mi!ran rot; ntnl txtti to She may know the truth about you. It would almost seem so. fresh in the minds of the peo quent increase in production, ri tlirr Mte utM.Muti'ly nee,iarv fur thi .1. E. ROBINSON. Editor, In one of our large cities two ple, though widespread public the farmer's profits should be pli)xT eoJmiuvMt of htlliinii eilMeuce ft, L. ELKIN. Local Editor and Mgr. -- Hotter! tliin. supposedly reputable citizens ity, official investigations are far in excess of what they are Entered at the Pot Office in A Ttit of Strength. If yon need money have confessed to perjuring profusely promised, and some toilny. Ky., at Mail To tt trvtutli of From one end of the coun themselves in giving testimony times started but too often on your farm, JanuMatter. ivrttiln umkM f writing wpir. ft that freed a murder from pay suddenly abandoned. Pigeon try to the other the consumer lrl ary 1st, pvt in aptli'mhm on n frame Feriti AdvflftiaaM Rm, ing the penalty of his crime. holes are safe places for them continues to pay high prices iimimIi from n init(v li,ct ,.f thr THE AMEHICAN PKFAS ASSOCIATION plication NOW They were promised $10,000 until the storm blows over. for farm products, only a small paper Tin' lutitl hinsJii it ii,MTtH uui Trta pound. LkIk, It., Nmsfcr 2. 1922 each for their perjured testi Hut why are so many of our portion of which as a rule goes 5 2? Modtrn Poetry Summd Up. mony. They received $125 law enforcement officers the to the farmer. Modern lm mm wiilu. each. Who gets the difference? country over so derelict in their Rata For Political Announcement. iniil itt Mrlgh It liourur. uml Shc Shelby Mason Who is lining his pockets at nciiniM tbuf of i.lwttier .is,- a ue ile- is American manl)ool sworn duty; Fdr, Precinct and City Office. $ fi.00 ll .1. vm'lli of away, or are only the Why are there so many "in the expense of both the farmer llk'til In mi, lt ForCounty Offices . 10.00 lnn Acent and Abstractor iben it (M ' f new Court lloii.r .AMASTKH, Far. State and District OlT:cei. 15,00 black sheep being exposed? vestigations started and so Hid the consumer? i ry of tlii'iim. h t. C IT, tf KY For Calif, per line . .10 Many official investigations linpli' Untie, uml of ilir r effi'it un few cases actually brought to "I don't like this town." For Card, per line ... .10 UoIh' the e t t tol lave been started but are still trial? FoTali publications in the inter-re- t It is only occasionally that to be heard from. The answer is simple. of individual or cxprci-iowe hear such a remark, but Many promises have been Hecause the law abiding ele of individual view, per when we do we wonder how line . . .10 ment of our population storms made nut are yet to ue Kept. Obituaries, per line . ..... .05 much the people of the town for a few days and then for Many people are wondering like the person who makes it. gets, while the lawbreaker sits low long tins condition win Most of us like this town be- tight until the storm subsides continue but they wjll keep cause we know and like each and then goes right ahead with on wondering. other. We enjoy our daily in- lis criminal practices, knowing Hecause, as a matter of fact. terchange of views. full well that there is little like- - there appears to be no one with Hut we feel sorry for the ihood of any one being on his moral, physical and POLITIpoor fellow who is "out of trail. CAL courage enough to un DEMOCRATIC TICKET tune." He reminds us of a fidAnd because, again, we as earth the robbers and give FOR CONGRESS dle with a busted string. As ONE Sun Heats the Entire Earth So citizens are derelict in our own them their just deserts. HON. RALPH niUJEKT His noise is not music to our luty. When those of us who ONE Register Heats Your Entire House ears. The Caloric way is Nature's way most sensible, econvote leave the polls we seem to Are You a Patriot? Some men think there are omical and hcilthiul. No unsightly xH.'ns,o niiH.s uml consider that we have properly Mr. Webster defines a pa too many women's clubs. We flues to cause fire danger, wasio liept uml cliiUer Me celLr Greece has asked the United uid fully performed our duty. The absence of pipes prevents overlieattmr tlio cellar, lienro triot as being "one who loves think there are not enough. States to lower the immigra And still again, the average and serves his country." produce is not (spoiled. Its ureal heat radiutiou will save you There was a time when wom- tion bars and allow an addiof your fuel. t least reputable citizen shirks jury We really have no desire to en were expected to sit demure- tional million Greek refuges to luty as he would avoid a pest, raise a delicate question on this ly in the home and keep the enter this country. while the underworld is al- community, but we canditlly cat company during the abThere can be but one answer ways ready to fill the juries wonder how many of us can sence of her "lord and mas- to such a request. with their own disreputable pialify in that class. ter." Hut happily that day If money and food and cloth- class. Can you? has .passed into history. ing are needed to care for these The Original Patented Pipeless Fumnco While we are thus asleep the Woman, by her own efforts, people America will contribute Ttiere are llirco rcwoni for thl Lie taWn. lit, TIio tnrm r rwchei L!i, Ltmo in barrel and tack our loom by lutuie'idiirrl nuilta! of circulation a.td. thric me uopii to has emancipated herself. She her share, and probably more, criminal element is wide awake aUviib or tr!t the heat 2nd, Our iloublc ribbed flrrnol and MvcUlIy ind extending its destroying end lo prevent ditcate. is a property holder, a voter, rombuMlon chamKr produce as she has always done in the tenacles into every walk and ftmihutilon, thus ImVkij' Hudton V Farnau. thoiottgh Imrnlnc of the fuel and a math Kiealcr healing iirfacc. 3rd. Ouf an office holder, a rapidly in- past. , ... activity of life, undermining creasing power in the business two air siutt, prewnttany heal iiuuimu unit Hunters Beware front radlailr. We respect the foreigner everything that works for law lota Ihe lutcmcnL Tlii ttia nnly tuervuful, world, and is entitled to her who comes to us and becomes We poiltively will not permit fox patented, one rcsittcr furnaco and no ulbci luf governand order and good proper sphere in life. nacc can claim lheo three bl- - lealures. ThU a constructive and productive ment, and gradually attaining huntinir or li'intlnc of any character Beans thai you get all tho heal fiom j0ur IubL She cannot determine the or trcapaiainir on our farms. Any citizen of the United States. proper duties and responsibi-tie- s Hut we are surfeited with aliens t power of numerical suprem violator will be proiecuted. Sold Under Gunraafce J. S. Schooler, Kdjjar Price, V. A. Put the Caloric I'liwlvsa Furnace In of her sphere by remaining whose principal aim in life is acy that is appalling to conyuur nouso ana sue II a lair Price, Joe Crclll!. T. J. Price, It. at home or by discussing cur- to curse the government that template. trial. Ill '.ucceutul m,riitl.,n U Elkin, 0. M. Lear, It. U Darker The danger signal is out. l(UialrrJ anj r'U nLa lll, W rent topics over the back yard feeds them, and we want no P.. F. Paraon, Marinda Lonirtworth, wia, I Will it be heeded? Or will tli. 1 I'Ctluilc Utrvot It fence. J. P. Bland, Asking and Moberley, a, tut b. rnimillflllllU) Mwaltoi.MutpHm, more of them. respectability surrender its confaiaMltriuiiis Ik Sebastian, W. A.. Moberley, h Healthy club life cultivates It is time for ail good citizens trol of affairs to perfidy, ras- J. J. Calico, DavU Sutton ami Forest Wc tun! tel HtL book the mind and brings to the sur- to rally around the slogan of HuKhei Hro., M, 11. Turner, II. I.. face the best that is in both America for Americans, and cality and debauchery? Arnold. Kd lluker, J. A. Scott and man. and woman. W. T. Worrell. put a padlock on the door. What Punishment? At the club she meets her (Other name will be added upon (tf,) friends, learns their views, What are we to believe? Gland piracy is the latest the payment of ,25 centa) Visit the Francis Shop BIG BARGAINS RELLA A. FRANCIS BIQSALE hard-workin- I - t y Vrdiii-Uy- $ " I - 1 I - dot-Mi- 't - Un-'caste- Second-Clai- s I Interest 1-- 11 - i lMi-;- ii I n eaYaawawamxArf t I 1 (. 1 Th Central Record, Lancaster Ky. Thursday, Nov 2, 1922. mtxtmmtxttx PICTURES GUIDE YOU AT EVERY STEP Wc mnkt a spocialty of correctly llttiiiK Women' and Chililrnn'rt FOOT WEAR and handle; Dr. Sertoli' Mr. Charlie Dunn, of Chlciiro, I vUltlnjr hit mothrr, Mr. W. A. Price on Klchninnd xtrret Mitt Jennie week-end Hlririn spent wth Louisville ter, MIm Sue Iliirfrinn. In hrr lat sis- Mr, nnd Mr. T. M. Wilson, of Howlinjr (5reen, are with Mr. nml Mr. J. 1!. Mount for a few day thi week. Mr. and Mr. 0. II. Swinebrond, who are upending nvveral wcrkn at Martinsville, Ind., are expected home thi week. Mm. Hello llumsidc of Frankfort, ha returned to her home after prnd-l- n a few day with Mr. nnd Mrs. J. (!. Hurnslile, on the Richmond road. &ood Buys .$1.00 . foot appliances to correct any foot trouble. Dr. Sch oil's National Demonstration Week 4th. com- mences OCTOBER 28th. anil last until NOVEMBER Come and let us help you Ret relief from your foot troubles. DON'T FAIL tw Mr panrm in l) wM matwisl fru h Mr. J. It. Mount, who ha been visiting her daughter, Mr. Thomas Wilson, at Howling (Ireen, wa enll-ei- l home by the death of her brother, Mr (Jeorge McKobert. Mr. William Allen I'use), of Chicago, Miss I.ula lloliertnon :n. Miss I.illie Coldm.iner, of Ktizabeth-town- , Mr, and Mr Theodore Winter, smith, of Louisville, visited Mr. K. I. (hv.sley Fridaj. Mis Martha Hale and Mi June Hn.seldvn, who spent last week-enat the home of Mim Haselden' parent Mr. and Mr. Raymond llasel-deat lincaster, returned Monday. - Lexington Herald. d Men's Sweaters Men's Shoes Fresh Salmon Fish, Per Pound Sweet Potatoes, Per Bushel Irish Potatoes, Per Bushel Keifer Pears, Per Bushel 30x3 Tires :iOx:i.L $1.96 $1.00 $1.25 $1.50 $6.25 . . 14cU. Tires Guaranteed 0,000 miles. Save ttutrriaU as experts do TH rlm rutting (afoul, (irr tut To see the wonderful values we are ofTennjr in You ttm um put twfot jrour rrrt, .imply, tUuhf, layout tkat tuciljr hs yuur mrdi wJ Mm rM I thing you mska. "-- fMtn, lJon LADIES MILLINERY wonder how we can olfer such derful values quality and workmanship considered. Vou will won- - Sanders Variety Store The Red Front LANCASTER, KY. Th Nolwiiiy n, v " fc" fv WHEN WE SAY that wo arc now showing by far the BEST VALUES and finest assortment of Put together expertly Th Daltw Ik fni ilw nun) anj Iwst oar to lian.Ua Med nqi m th TK linat, th fin .tyla r ml inf rwf diasa u prtfnl. )nu isn ui n lognlirf ju.t M nafuanl tuU IUH Ladies Coats, Suits tlMC MWD on rut and Dresses over shown by this or any other store in Lancaster, we know we are not exaeratinK in the least. An inspection of the new jroods will prove a pleasure to you we are sure and will be appreciated by us. I'eoplc who arc continually looking L'v.na ,Voof. more Hrmty In tin for soft berths Invariably find them Hie plain ple tliiin a in the possession of others. Mrs. Ijiurn Conn of Cuthrie, Okla., wisdom of candidate nlm lia Just been elictit and Mrs. J II Harrison of Kl Dorado, to ollke.- - Ilir:iliigluiiii There would be fewer bad barArk., have returned to their home gains in married life if there wvrr In .!.. f". nr of a Woman. after several week visit to their sisless bargains at the beginning. It . lo iIImiimt a whlti ters, Mrs. S. 15. Henry, Mrs W. L. Many people urc judged by their crow or tlie print of Holies feet thai: Uiwson and Mr K. W Harris. to knnu nm l is In tlir tnliid nf v associates, and likewise by those who I decline to Associate The meeting of the Woman's Club woman.--- L iiutn lliik In Asia. with them. was held at the club rooms on LexingAll Snakes Not Foes of Mankind. ton avenue Thurla afternoon, with When man meet iinke lie makes Mr. K II. Ilourland in the chnir. no iIIMIih tlmi lii'tueen friend nnd foe. The following program was given: While the ratller nml I lie inoccaslu Report lliennial Convention, Mrs. are ili.uilj foes, the Ma Ulng snnki a friemlfy. noniols.iiiiius II. K. McRobert. repllle District Report-M- rs, upon rixlciits etiemlet (I A. Abbott and .Mr. F. II. which pre) of mini. Mnrkshury. indite Atie-lltrat- I ilir 1 SHE ARC SMART LOOKING The French finish You ran now gn VM t mim mumi pmiKtun you low ia imfwattJ ihingf Th Dakar aHosrs yvu llt Fratwli fuuah fat rxk dstaal. mJ aJii i Km lautha an frigns If "makt' an uanorunt F" df BUTTERICK PATTERNS WITH THE DELTOR THE ONE PRICE STORE QUALITY CORNER ' Gossip About People vcv A llroadu anil daughter, f Detroit, Mich . hnc gurt of Mr. Pave H ln Je S'atuli'n. daughter !jn have been recent visitor, in Mn Mr Ilycr. Wen anil n Mm, Won.ii Walker Danx.'.i" Friday a viitor lan- - .Mr J D Prattler, who ia been mnkinir her home in ("inciniuti. ha returned to Ijinrti)ter. i A BtUI Come tttntlM of th Canlatt by Tmm W Am fcattmta) In. ,J Mm Joe Francis ret u mint from Mr and Mr. W. It. Cook, of Han- - a rMt t hM ton. Dr. Dan OWer Ktllr. spent Tuesday with Mr. K. - I2lktn, in ltalon, Mans. Mr. K. U Klkln ha . v Me Mr. and Mm. Mlllor Lsirkfy anil Ji. Strother and two lit ihililrm. i f Madl.-o- n were owiiity. Lexington Monday. tle son, of Now Albany, Intl.. are Riieat Sunday f Dr. .km! .Mr. W. ami Mr. Ilnrry Tomltnson M KIHott. Mr. Dave Thomas ha been n re- - ami Mr. I mil viiuur in llanvillc. In Uemli'r (leorgia Putin Ml Mr. and Mr. Pred rWin. of Ohio, the West Kentucky I loiter are fur a vilt to Mr. K"te Mn K. II. Itourlaml ami .Miss Kan. M1 Ciinvintinii tif the Chrwtinn Kmlitar- - lirather, Mr. Ptiril ana Mr, rord, nlo West were in Danville Friday. or. jkirui'l. um lttraiaMMd Mr. Harry Hudson, Misses Martha MoMlameH John I'ratber, Oocil I'm- Mr. and Mr. Naiw I'rirr hae nnd Helen (till were In Danville Kri- Iher ami Clay llronililui wore die from a vnit Ut Mr. Prko'n ilny. KMtt of Mr. Matlltltt Collliia last kroUiitr. Mr. Alex 1'rcinrb and Mrs. i Mr. ami Mr. W. A. Karnau anil .Monday FVuHeu. in MaMipl- I ... It imi. nrniirii'. iiimiirwi ii iit'irti !... iab Mr and Mr Allen Twitnr of (unnf Orchard, Mr. Mauie Wh. of wei'kChapel vi.lted her Iirother, Mr Junio and Mr. Dealer ltnltwu. of Slanfurd, Mr. and Mr. I'nurott llrown, of Poter and Mr. Koler, on the !. atirHilixi the funeral of Mr. William .Stanford, urn vljtton in l.anrntttr ini;tm pike. HuMlttir Monday afternoon. .Sunday. Mr. and Mr. Snutloy lluiche and and Supt. Mr. William JuhnMMi Mr. Will Doty hat ruturnoil fnm little son, Wallace, have returned Falli wiHt to !.anrater and Nicho- fVir;il wi'i'ks t;iy in llnpkinvilli from a three week. ., Wt at Martlti vville yenterday on liiiae i I ml on liutinru. i. ii. tieciuu xviia iw iiiivme i'ohi. ii Mewonder. Mk. C. A. Itohinson and iUuKhtr.. Mr Mr Kpiriaa, ,rown Ml Mary llrlieht. hav,. tPturnnd frwn frm n fw ,Uyil vWl t(, Mrit The many frteml of Mr. Hen h fHi in ipanviii. ,rown.4 mutu.r, Mr. U. D. SlmpMin, Koliinnon nr uhtil to know that hu uirk'leatly from a hat Mr. J. II. Klnmlrd ha r'turn-- In Uxi"Kt"Hix-operation Nt the Ada Marr Kin- from a viitlt iu Mr and Mr MIIn Simpaun and pital tu he removed to her hiwe. n.ifrd, in I.(iui.villi'. tie d.'iushter, Anna KUi ree, were tK Mr FniBk of lmlinaa. and Sunday' itiet of Mr. and Mr dura .Mr. Itlrhiiril AnilcnoUjyiitiil Mi Mr. Ilownian, of Viritinla, who were Vlfeinla lloume have been recent Foter on Itlchmoud treet. called hurt- - hy the dtxith uf their ilft or in Danville. Mr Milo Simpaon entertained de- Iirother. Mr. Will llumher. are with Tu (.,! ay In honor of their mater. Mm Itoliort IturtiMde. Mr and Mr Woodford Spear, of lightfully Pari were the ueU of Mi Jennie MrJ l.uraj Foster und daiiKhtrr, Ada of Sun Mr. Ilnrve McKoberU. Mae, Irene and ion Frank Allen. Ijickry lat Satunlay ford, mid Ml Joan Mount were call ed to Covington by the death of Mr. (irorire McltiiberK vvho had bfen in poor health for a number of year. n n visitor in; Mr,. ( fr tinled I J I 1 ..... d con-...it- "It wan the firxt til ie I had ever drhen n car." xplnlmil the' s, .Irlltn of the ni'ilileiit " gut to goThe Sophomores ami Freshmen uf ing prettv fnt and forgut hiw In stop. the High School entertained in honor I Imtiieil nhisul nnd saw a hrldgo LEAVE NO GAP HERE of the Seniors an I Juniors at the nisliln: tu ii t me. I imil to turn School Auditorium Friday evening. out to let the bridge pas and that The decoration were in thought of Is nil I knou ttlta nt It. Hallow "een and were most artistic. ' Sterility and Fruit'ulncss. The lights were all shaded in yellow, While the imiie nml inany other hy were placed about, brhN are sterile. Horare somuj also large red apple, clusters of Inown ()f hare' autumn leave and foliage plants. and rnhhlt hae rniiiiiiiU'il fruitful I THEIR INSTEP WILL Ice and cakes were served in yellow. fur grlienitiiMlx. In the I ill. mil xpeclus ' NOT GIVC LIKE THIS About fifty guest were present, who timrridk'eH between remote xurletles of j were in masquerade costumes. The nice tend to Merllit), while crong, ai- - ut.le SPECIAL hours were delightfully whlled away lietueeii allied rai SUPPONT happy manner nnd the occasion in of Cedar Chests. proved to be one of unusual pleasCheMs tuude of lieu wood of red ure. ciilar. If In gMl conilitmii u regnrd BUT KEEP YOUR GOOD The girls of the Junior Christian tlglitlies. will prevriit .muitf from FOOT ARCHES GOOD inolh If ilntlilns s i..ii in hrustieil Kndeavur of the Christian church enfor. sAit ev tertained with n Hnllow'een party nnd sunned before being placed In tlio 'het. Tuesday evening in honor of the boy destroy The mlor of rel mlar will not adult ninth nr millers nor tho JAS. W. SMITH of the Junior Kndenvor. The Sun- egg, hut It will kill Hie ymiiig larva day School rooms were artistically or worm. decorated by the girl, the light were haded in black, tied with yellow, Conceit never finds lodgment in the There are two sides to every nuts, autumn leave, yellow corn stalks, brain. It abides only where the brain jtlon, but the milk of the rocoanu; figures of black cat. .ought to be. , always in the middle. and wlhtr Hallow-Yeemblems hung You cannot atrord Mcn'n clothier aro always pic el Don't gamble mi curtain and were placed about tho rooms. Ices nnd cake were serv-e- d to roh the loser and he ennnot afford when a new und pretty girl conies to town It stimulates trade. in yellow. The hour were de- to rob hi family light fully spent with music and other It was it gala event and diversion. everyone hud a merry time. Jnck-o-lanteretr-ptlnt- iv V-lut Mrs James Tucker entertained with Hallow'cen party Tuesday night at her home on Maple avenue., for her Sunday School elms Thoe who enjoyed the occasion was Misse Willie Frances, Ware, Lena Henry, Lena Turner, Nell Vnnhook. Perna Young, Lucille Crutchfield, Mary Conn, Har nett Fathcrg:!! and T'lomas Hatcher N. J. Anderson, Robert Myers and lit tic Ml Jane I'erkm Thompson. a by Accident. nr. hi. wflh lulls nrth In an ulli ...in to tlml ml it ii rr whii h umiiii i,,i. mm hml. iIohitii iHircelHill while mi oiielan'H liny whilst tiiemlliig glusm- thought out Die arraiigeioi ut utul ile of lelie fur ti'levii.,-- . Made A 11 Porcelain imller. I How It Happened. A J Jack-o-lantcr- n .,,, To My Friends Living sold my insurance agency to S I) Cochran. I wish to ask that you give to him the same liberal patronage you gave me and for which I tale this method of thanking you, I It I i: I'rescott llrown I Gasoline 23c BUY - FROM US Ilo. I Nave Farm to Sell Messrs. Hughe and MrCnrty, of Stanford, the leading leal estate agent in Central Kentucky, are advertising the Nave Kami on the Stan pike to be sold ford and November 1 1 th. Two nice small tract will be sold und each with every eoded. Head about improvement it in thi issue. SAME PRICE us DANVILLE and LEXINGTON lat We Have Forced The Price Down Show your appreciation by diving us your , NO patronage. ABOUT THE VALUE HERE Ltxfnttit Sftciil Patmt Flfiir 89cti. LtxiHgtM Prizt Patent Alwayi In line 75c-Cirat- ni You be the Judge. C. K. Engle Mr and Mr Win M. Smit'i delight Listen to the man who brag It fully entertained Mr and Mr W. 11. (riKK and children, l.eotu Mane and is the only way he chh make hiniic'f Illllle CriKU mid Mr ami Mr ICobert heard. Yater, Sunday with an eleir.uit dinner. The trouble with xinie men I that Mr and Mr lien U'ilniot. Jr., of they never recogniic anything but Stanford, iiad for their dinner irm-a- t trouble. Sunday, Mr. und Mr. George Avoid the clinging girl, fellows. and little liaushter. Dortha She'll be a hard one to shake olf after Eunice, Mr and Mr llryan Wilmot marriage. and Mr Jim Wilmot ami three little Limr, Sand, Cemtnt, Rock and dauKhter. Mlc Millie, Marie ifnd Hudson & Farnau Brick. erine. Sud-dletl- i, Crown Gasoline Quality Gvaranticd Polorine Oil First Class Wtrk CONN and CONN LANCASTER, KY. Th Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday Nov 2. 022 1 SOAP CHIAFIR THAN SkinAblaM i i Eczema CtmtUM ft Uakr.tkl that Iking there la mm k It SfTrntjr-tw!! YEAR'S (RASTER RELIEF COST Crocs AMHl 145,000 Vli tims in United Statu Lhms Total $30,000,000. rep-irt- l TJimrd NatiiNl Farm LiibAssr Federal Fnrm Loans; RATE OF INTEREST 5i PER CENT. For information see G. B. SWINE BROAD, Secy-Trea- t. hcMm Ahwst I IT know one stnava ecseiua. anil I hat U mar, red ldm.etllsl H. h. h, liUlM tsrni liy tbe million! Ton ran Infirm your redid.! cell In Ik It la pnrtli-alt- r ltnmaalhl IHiInt wher xlt. W kaair last ta drHs X SOAP is cheaper than dirt, for dirt Is forerunner of disease germs and disease germs usually cost us much in health and money. We have many kinds but you must see the display in the front of our store. Half Pound Cake 10c McRobsrts Drag Store. that nlgkt ll"th are f.nlT Mm kit Jvii. iiffrrrrs. nrr arlualljr taken adrintaire ut litis w.iu.lrrf fait I Tbuu-jn- d Just like ).'" Lata lifter Ihuiigkt n built HI MI11 riutlut, rtirma with all Hi tlrrjr, tklu illcslnj tutturr and Its unruchjLIc lublug, Micktiraila an,l Ml, they all park ui anil wlirn the (Mr f IiI'hhI rrlla Wglns la a iw lb flthtlngcltnta r lilnl llliwt f nstnrr' S S. S. htillds them liy the million It hi Writ ilulnit It .liw ICO! M,mil r!l S f illldrrs, H nlw- - of the greatestInvity bull, I liliwUlmtiwra an.l I IJ n rrs known nmruW When Tn put '.1re lifts lnse!hr. Ihrn Is mntlnil' In tar iwmi nnd skin ernntlnns Inmka ' ei. like a sin tban it disrate. Mrs. .Wthtir N, HnillL. IVatl St., Nrwatk, Ohio. M.v.fll Inrrease In ntinilwr. vinl.bt Vt'e also know fjll.ixi ilsr. Mnml j r. dnil. lls -I ' , I I IncuiMtivenes. Excuses will take you a long way, ter of n person. nnd nl.o Ity the wrong route. People who have axes to grind have no use for the man who ha no never gets the betIt is always the s I Iti t hJ SlU Itllna S. S 5, aiM It f f JV1 yM rrrv vnrk. I ftlt milirim (t it. f My fritnit srV.t a niHt toll t M.ra Mt II, .r wrlii "M li''- wtfmm. rr l rift i lv lift i. o. ; U 0t lm con-llln worst. vou. It l. Just as well, perhaps, that men When you hear scandal let It go do not understand the minds of worn en. Vanity doesn't like to be per- in one ear and out the other without If you don't allow little things to worry you the big ones won't bother la two II noilt rbfitmatlim. litlM firm fill" out hnttntr rkffks, roniitlflfs btilMa ia nn whrn rnn sr rlfil'in. , J la aol.l nl nil Hrnr Iterant ciElr ymir oppertunltr turdli-lns- .. S. . S S. de IiiiIM riMilMl-ell- Incredlsnt. iiiorc ifoDnalrsL !, The larrrr ! lhrm tnr. I"lllf la lb flub, Kkt ywrMf again 'S. S. S. is maket you fee petually Jolted. stopping for sale at Mcltobert Drug Store." Don't worry over the stinginess of The fellow who angles for the good your neighbor. Ten years hence he opinion of his neighbors generally may have a plenty while you are hunt-- j shows himself up for what he is nnd iget.s what he deserves. ing for a square meal. COY Miss I.ida Mne Kay is with her sls- -j tor, Mrs. Klirii McMillian. Mrs. J. T. Watkins, who hns been very sick is able to be out again, I j NICE I CITY RESIDENCE FOR SALE wish to sell privately, my residence on Danville Avenue, just outside the City Limits in Lancas- GOOD LAND, ORCHARD, GOOD BARN AND OTHER OUT BUILDINGS. Terms reasonable; possession January 1st, 192I5. Those desiring to look over property may call me over Paint Lick phone 11-R. Modern.) equipped with CITY WATER AND LIGHTS. HOUSE OF EIGHT ROOMS. WITH BATH, ALL IN GOOD REPAIR. TWO ACRES OF ter. CLAREINCE QREEN. Only brilliant people can afford to The love of a woman is past unlook bored. derstanding 'when bestowed upon Most people are moral in their own some men. estimation. Nobody wants to hear of your Some people never succeed in troubles. They would rather tell you reaching the top because they want their own. to start there. If the Lord Iove a cheerful giver the editor should be pardoned for dofirr upon a cheerful payer. jl.lve your life in accordance with yuur own lights, but see that your 'isht khines in the right direction. Perhaps the strength and narrow-patis hard to find becauae it I overgrown with weeds. When a woman wants to know of the defects in her new sealskin coat she has but to sdiow it to her dearest friend. Mrs. J. I. Sanders and daughter' visited relative at Iluckeye recently. I Messrs. I. 11. Duncan nnd A. T. nney .Monday. Sander were at V Mr. and Mrs. John I.anc spent the wenk-enwith relatives in Jessamine county. Mr. Abe Ilurton bought some corn from Mr. Andrew Simpson for $2.ti5 per barrel. . Mm. C. Moberley is visiting Mr.' and Mrs. Frank Kolger. of Marcellus this week. of Mr, and Mr. Ian Simpson, .Mailimm visited Mr. and Mrs. James Matthews Sunday. Mr. and Mr. J. 0. Harden vsited their daughter, Mr Wilbert Taylor, in Lexington recently. Mr. Kverett Ilunenn sold twenty barrels of corn to Mr. KHJah Me.Mil-liafor $:t.Ou per barrel. Mrs. I. It. Duncan and two children .spent a part of last week with Mrs. J. I.. Duncan, in Huena ista. Mr. and Mrs. Harney Kast spent! with the latter's par- -' the week-enents, Mr. and Mr. K, H. Preston, j Mewlames J. I. Sanders and I. It. I Dunrau, were guests of Mrs. Henry Montgomery, of Mt. Hebron Satur-d ; n ; d 1 WILLYS-OAKLAN- D, 5NC. WANTS to establish a sr.les and service agency in his community QVERLAND nnd Willyr Knight cars handled by one agency permits the live merchant to do busineis high-grade low-pric- day. Messrs. Kugene Kolger and Willie J. Moberley, of Murcellus, were week-end gue.sU of their grundmuther, Mrs, 0. M. Moberley. 1 i1lsntrrs. with hnn killed and Injured, and more than 1i.,isl either Immeleia ur requiring-- assistance, called fur einer Crnrjr relief measures nnd llie ev pendltur of il.lll.IM3U by the American Ite,l I'rnss during I lie llsrsl year ending June Ur.".', Recording MANSE to a italemrnt liasiil on the forthcoming annual report of I lis Ited (Delayed) Cross. The greatest toll of life was by taken hurricane and tornado, Mr. Martin (ireen nnd wife were in while the overflowing of rivers, the breaking of dims and torrential rains Richmond last Saturday. drove the greatest number of (Hiiple Mr. J. C. Tudor and family spent from their homes. The properly loss last Saturday in Klchmond. was estimate,! it more than Mr. James Cairo is vlsitlni: his reported In- dautthtcr, Mrs. Walter Norman this The ye.ir's Cluster floods, nineteen tor- week. clude! twrnty-snadoes, fifteen fires, four ephlemlrs. The Misses Doty, of tanrastcr are two theatre rollaptes, two slilpn reeks and a hrlilje col visiting Mrs. Hubert Walker and at(one an lapse, mine iploliui, railway mill tending the revival. lion, hihI a drought. Of the floods In The Manse school expects to put on the I'nlteil States that at San An- a circus very soon The circus will tonio, Texas, eauseil the greatest property loss, til,(I.Ul and llie high be given In the I'aint Lick Curate mark of fatalities, list, while the The Manse teachers and n number t flood In the drliillj of Vliksliurg nml of students attended the minstrel Nnlchex. .Miss, force.l at.tsxi given by I'aint I.ick High School l..t from tlielr home Friday night. A NsHoml Calamity News reached Manse of the mi In the Ited l'ros ilU.utrr relief reeiird there will tirotiahl.r remain proved condition of .Mrs. A. T Uow for many e.ir one eatainlty which ling, who is spending the winter n toiicheil nearly eery state with a Asheville, N. C. sense of horror and of !ss This was The Ittle sun of Mr. and Mrs. B the illstresslng collapse nf the roof of the KnlrkerlMirUer Then I re In K Kstriilge. who was thought to have resulting In nine. diphtheria, escaped that disease and Washington. !. I y.l ilealhs anil 12ft persons Injureil. is very much Improved, SltilHtevI In the renter of the heaull The Manse school went out on an serllon, lids, fill Nortlnsest relili-nlla- l thejlre was patronUrd excursion one afternoon last week motion picture nf prominence both hy nun) person In the om.lal and iltll life of the I'apltal. whose family nnd per tonal omneetlons rndlateil out over The horror was W. 0. KIGNF.Y the entire rmintry Intensified li) a terrific stionatorm which, though II retarded, ilhl not Mork Itr.l I'r.xs relief Airship Crash Finds Aid at Hand The crash anil destruction of the IT H. Army's large airship Itotna In Virginia last IVhruary with the loss of 31 iirrlcers and men and 11 Injured was (he first disaster of Its kind to rail for The Ited Cross relief In this rolllitry Ofllcr Phonr 18. of the srrldrnt lested the sllddrlinet preparedness of the organlititlon and nf the Chapter at Hampton, Vs. hut Immediate and relief the response furnished he survivor, also funds for Ihe expense nf relatives of the dead, who came from long distances to claim their own Louisville, Ky., Oct If deaths In Ihe jear oversea record for aid rendrred hy the l!ei Cross are two in Kentucky ate as numerous during flres In the Philippine,, one In Manila, the second Mx month of the calen homes, with a dar year ID- -- ns they were during which rtestrotril persons lots of II.M1MI! and .Vl the months from January through ther at Tonlo, made hiimele. " June, the State's death rate will be which drove .'t.lsn from their dwellings .pilrk and materially higher than it was in In medical relief rpMemlr In San J I) Itlarkerby, director of the rrfeetlve the iimII lmmlngo, whlrh hud a total of riim State Hoard of Health' llureau of rases with '" death- - In a single day. Vital Statistics, announced here to tested the readiness of Ihe Itrd Cross day. for action, and the atne ran b said The death rate for the first ix of the San IMulnco hurricane, which killed - persons and reduced Ihe months of this calendar year was homes of IH2 Iersoli to wreckage. A 11.2, which is an increase of 10 per flood In Han Salvador, with a death cent from the 10.1 rate for IKIM, toll of M anil ".Ml refugees, was also Thl rate of Increase propably will handled by Ihe local Cliav-le- r be maintained throughout the entire Ited Cross, of Ihe Ametli-iiyear, Mr. Illnckerby safW Machlntry Psrfsclas) Rtlisf Death from intluenia. he added, year has een Ihe further er The relief admlnlsnra, contributed most to the genera in of dlou-t- er live tiiisnaiirvss In eer) field of Amerl crease, there being h'JL' deaths from cal. I!'- -I I'ros. nctlvltj, and that the this cause, a against 177 for same v.ork iiim) be i nrrled on lo f till treater llie American Ited period in l'J2l and i'ii.1 for that en Cross upiejug for widespread renewal of membership during the an' mini Itnll VI ' he conducted this )ear frm A mil ! re 1)4) (N'nvemher ) to. and In. I'.il.ti.-- Tlunksglvlng Hay (November .'till and had some Interesting experiences for Language and Nature study. The meeting at Manse Presbyterian rhurrh is being attended by an interested and eager audience. The Comer llrown l minister, Hcv preaching very strong, biblical :lrhl) prrs AND UTTIJI VnV.K HAMri.W HOOK OK MUM'S TAIMK t M.IDR ClATTHlfia. SMI on Itsqatst Wsar Tailor Vlsd. Clethsst. Thar eoal no mora than radjr instd' Kara th. middleman's profit and I1XTIIA OF f.t an WITH KTKHT SUIT.I'ANTH KltKi: Ilsv. your tasvaaur lakaa ta your own horn., asltct rour own stfl. and Ut oar .apsrta. tailor four suit la suit rou. what n.t our asvmpU book Md wondsrful valu.a wo eff.r. Writ, ua card today. Yon may forg.t It tomorrow. . s. XT. Pleas Mtnllon This Taissr VVWTXlin, wwm uun wt NV. II. DICKKRSON W. 0. RI0NEV & CO. Funeral Directors and Embalmers KeitlciKf I'lmiir M Lancaster, Kentucky. tite year "The incrcaic in the intlurtua death rate," Mr lllarkerby added, "is generally attributed to the fact that the period nf immunization of those vaccinated during the epidemic of litis and I Si ID has expired. With the subsidence of the general alarm prevalent at that time, general ute of was more or less abandonthe ed, and the early aymptom of those afflicted were not considered serious enough to cause calling a physician. The call, our figures show, was for the undertaker Instead In a pathetically large number of cases," -3 .-- 1- effos-iuall- JWNWIITEICO lOUIaVIUI, nv. Isukussiis i tn fei-tU- laV.fl aooswiasoal asvM rati Valuo Sse mm Riw Furs , Red Cross Roll Call This Bank Is Worth In Heard World Arouid IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED STATES FOR The Annual ltdl Call of the Ainerl THE EASTERN DISTRICT' ran ltit Cross for registration of the on OF KENTUCKY, IN BANK- weiulieridilp for I"- -1 w"- begin nnd Armistice llay, .November II, RUPTCY. close on TlMnksghliig lay. Novemhir ( Money To You. you. your pocket? Ail you cnrryinit- a "roll" of money itromul Possibly it If so it Is ln-in- in comfortable with those who desire a car as well ns those who drsixr the forger and more luxurious car at a medium price. invite comparison with other cars in the same price class ns to materials, construction, riding qualities and economy of operation. '"PHE greatly increased demand for Overland and t cars is due largtly to the expressed satisfaction and enthusiasm of our present owners. INVESTIGATE the used car market and you will that used Ovcrlands cf present design move at t cars arc rare among used good prices and Willys-Knighdis-cover '.A), Willys-Knigh- car stocks, ' 'PHE 'PHE Overland hue comprises and sedan. roadsUr, c-- 5 passenger touring, 7 passenger touring, t roadster, coupe and 5 and 7 passenger sedan. TF you have or can command the facilities to establish repair shop and local sales organization, write Willys-Knighline--5n- nd high-grade WILLYS-OVERLAND- , INC. Saltt Division, Toledo, Ohio the maMer of Odus Naylor, a Bankrupt On this 18th nay of Oct. A. I)., 'J2'2, on considering the petition of the aforesaid bankrupt for discharge, filed on the Ifith day of Seplembr, A. II, llCU, It l ordered by the court thul a hearing lie had upon the same on the UBth. day of November, A. D., IU21, before said court at Cov.ngton, Ky., in said district at 10 o'clock, In the forenoon, or as near thereto as practicable, anil that notice thereof be published one tune in the Central Itecord, a newspaper printed in ald district, and all known creditor and other persons In interest may appeur at said time and place unit show cause, If any they have, why the pruyer of sulci petitioner should lint be granted. WITNKSS the Honorable A. .M. J. Cochran, Judge of said Court, and the seal thereof, at Hlchmond In said district, on the 18th. day of Oct., A, I)., VJTi. J. M. MKNZIES, Clerk. By Paralet Whit., D. C. In The ground work for llilv stu the mem task of InTshlp thniughout Ihe world has been laid In a plan for the first complete jml iimuirelienlve ajMeni of reglstrav inemherslilp In tlo'.l nf the Ited l'ro aillve Cluipters at lioiur alt lis ri;t und ahroiid. All a universal little. TltV the better way, the profitable way. Open a navhiKs account anil keep your money in this bank. It won't fritter, but it WILL earn interest for vou. not earniiiK anything for frittereil hwiiv little lv inirlalit feature of the caiiipulgll Hull I'all round will be lh serveffort l ice of war lime lied I'rosa workers In the pence pnigram by their partlcl pillion In Ihe Itoll Cull. In this way tin vat army of volunteer will nine more umtlute with the work of Ihe lied Cross In Its manifold phases, V operation li I so ha been assured b) (overmuch! und prlvule inurillme In Itoll I'all thai (crests In a deep-seo reach every member Is designed or potential member In every part of Ihe world who may he en voyage or temporarily In any port. will adopt Tlioiisiilldk of Chapter he home ramus plan of enrollment vhlch rrlglnuted In Pittsburgh, where last )cnr It resulted In a iiiemheislilp IncrcM of M per real. All records In ltd ) ear's campaign will he kept to be Died by tn ssaud.ird ktro itch Cluplei fur future use. 4 PER CENT PAID ON TIME AND SAVINGS DEPOSITS. The Garrard Bank & Trist Go WE SELL TRAVELLERS CHEQUES PAYABLE IN ALL PARTS OF THE WORLD. 1 -Th Central Record, Lancaster, Ky.. Thursday Nov 2, 1922 WILD RICE GOOD 7 BOARS Bred In Old Kentucky BRED FOR HUMAN FOOD Department ef Agriculture Inves- Don't B Penny WIm and Pound Foolitli Don't think because you can get a big can of Baking Powder for little money that you are saving anything. Them's Only One) Way tm art- mm Baks-Da- y, tigative. PoMikiNties in Growing of Plant. SEED STORAGE It Grow Mainly IS MPORTAIUl and of Grain H grade sow and watch the result. Don't take a clinncc get a DIXIE with every bonr. 15 BIG RUGGED FARMERS' PRICES. Iluy n DIXIE SOAR to crons on your guarantee AT Use FARMERS' BOARS In Shallow Lake Dixie BROS. J. Stock SANDERS PAINT LICK 4 M. AMON. PROP. Farms. g Facts About Chlld-Birt- h la ANnl mnlh.r thoUffelM of rlpU juit bow In I fr nj from much of f ran rtrJ. the ufTrrlnir whlth mnr muthrrt rrlnc for month, rlrht up la Ihr momtnt htn ik Lltti Oct Slugglih Straam Lltti Evtr Cttt en Mirktt Ornamental Value. (Prrfa lr lh f la Picas i tn, . ky. eminent phyrlclan bas W ridge were in Lexington Monday Mr Goebel I'rult of HcrVa Cullcge with horn" fIV, pent the week-enMr. John Walker I here; (or a visit to hi brother. Mr. It. J. Walker. Mr. ami Mr. WilHe Green spent with .Mr. Green' hnmc the week-end """ .. W- - .. folk. Thr ploy given liy the l'Atnt Uck High School recently netted them $04.00. Mr. and Mm. spent Sunday with her I. 1). Foley and ami moved M..n,U Mr"' Mrs. K. M. Koop ami chil- drcn were guest, of Mr. nn I Mr,. Tho. Hayburn Srmlay. Mr ami Mr Lewis Long, of Wo If with Mr. Trail spent the week-eniuhI Mr. Frank Hurt. I'rof. ami Mr. Klmer Wilder are keeping hour? for Mr. II. I. Wallace while she U in Lexington. Mr. I.uthrr Curtis, of M. M. I. spent Sunday night with hi cousin, Mr. Goebel i'rultt. Mr. ami Mr. II. J. Chetnut ami children mi.l Mm Alice Pennington Mill-crsbu- I txtih tht would l t llf nd" wllhnut 'Molhrr' ctanrr MtUrr If h oatr k(.w I At. 4m,ilr hlti Mr. Wt.Slntton, N.hIII, Trnn. Wm. 10? ! IjuU no woman on 1hr 119 Irk mnd hip. It rlfrr lion on ntrvr ami llrattwnit Mlnwa hlU-ltrt- cf comfert. U tUir'i TrlfiM" ef In lh rerln lh ful ilrvad. TrUn-- r oor Vta 'Hotntf' mcthrra rrriilmothrr itl4. IWn't writ triv. iu rv.nlti month. rlnallr. It nii. a jojr InitraJ cf a ln. rlmllr a1lnn. th AiTonllns r the liminl pnirtlrr rn'oininemli'il. m'm alintibl be kept dry from Iikmi-- ! ti plHnllni: time, but the oppoMte Mimlltloii deolrnlde In pre- erlntr the l.i!illlly nf wild rlee mij i' the I'lilleil Slate tloparlinciit of Afrl- o. Wild culture In Clmiliir pri'pnn'd by fliiirlrs K. Inttit; t For thl rcii'on. In Imylne e tliiorliitit tlmt I In iurcline br liimle from it dealer who gtiiirimtee Hint It till lieen ktureil limlrr the rilfltt I It-. lUf AiHcultur. ) I'nllKl lr.tt' -- nl CALUMET tha Eonomy BAKING POWDER mm "CI VTal each baking. It costs only a fraction of a cent for You use less be- ditllltl. fi-i- cause it contains more than the ordi-nar- y strength. Ui for Wild Rice. l The ue of llil rlre I 11. i for wild ilurkM and other water prtfM-lpn- leavening t arr mlt. tUrl InUr. m.nhtl lo llradnrkl KvUinr Co, . for m trrt HA7. AlUnU. luk contjilnlhc Information mothrr ilmM hat. lottM of rxod Ct a ivtantIt --I Mother I all tular lr Umxaiit-- i r7 hrrr. nj al BTTSST The sales of Calumet are over 150 greater than that of any other baking powder. kI THE WORLD'S GREATEST BAKING POWDER, rsnl-drc- n in Lowell. MIm Lury Francis Unk dinner lrthr, Sat-unla- y The "Smvnnee KSver Special," Macon 1:13. arrive at Atlanta 4:20 through tourist train, giving Valdiutn, P. M. (Katern time), leave Atlanta Cordclc, Macon, Atlanta, 4 P. M. (Central time.) arrive nt Tiftcm, guct Sunday of h'r lter. Mr. Dan- Home 0:011 P. M., Dalton 7:10 P. M.. Home, Dalton, Chattanooga, t Wm. Ogg. ville, Lexington, Louiville and Cin- Chattanooga S:50 P. M., Danville i utr-ami Mr. ami Mr. S.tufley , Lexington 4:35 A. M, cinnati drect serv.ee tu the Wet 3:30 A. family were guest of Mrt. Fannir Const of Floridn, will.be Cincinnati 7:15 A. M., Louiwille Francis Sunday. cd for the winter uramn on Sunday,' 7:10 A. M., Detroit 3:55 P. M., Clevc W' return- Mary Pennington h Mi November 12th., according to an- land 3:55 P. M. $ios ,.r atT,.. ,,rfc lace. nouncement made by the Southern fl from a few ilayt Mill witn Mr. and Mrs. Hurgc, of George Life is short, but many people Mr. It. It. Montgomery nave a 12 Uvc at llond, Ky. Hallway System. Mr. U. Creek arc vlting thur son, o'clock dinner Thurday. The route will be the same n lat manage to let it drag along. Dr. (i (' Goodman ha rented the) M. Iturges and Mrs. HurgoM. tnc Mr. H. J. McWhorter. . f Who'-lawillyear, the Southern between Cincinroomi over Mr J II RaUton'i store Rev. W. P. Roger filled hi rcgu The prrrn he,1. V,thei nati and Hampton, Fl.v, and the Sea- - IN THE DISTRICT OF THE lar appointment at Freedom Sunday cc UNITED STATES FOR of honor wrr. Mr- board Air Line between Hampton and niormni; and Sunday evenint: M. S. Wood. Mr. Krnrt Wo...i Mr. St Petersburg, via Ocala and Tampa. EASTERN DISTRICT OF Mr and Mr, did llulett and little Dave Hen'ey ami Mr Jie od. The "Suwance Hivcr Special" will KENTUCKY IN BANKHATFIELD dautrhttr. urn kuoU Sunday of her of Imcaatrr han lie coachc and baggage cars beRUPTCY parcnu, Mr. and .Mr. Will Hurt. tween Cincinnati and St. Petcr-burDENTIST Clcve-laand sleeping cars between In the matter of J. S. Goode. Mim Mnr' Walker knd all her at- and Home News Office oer Tha Garrard Baak. Detroit, Cincinnati and St. llankrupt in Hankruptcy. home Sunday bhI dune. meet at Realdeac 370. Phone Office 5. Petersburg, between Cincinnati and) 'the I'reihyterlain rhwch at Mnnic Over To the Creditor of this llankrupt: KENTUCKY LANCASTER. farasota, nnd between Louisville and Tuetdny. Notice is hereby given that en Cloie to 7. Fa)ett i'.u-.- v Tampa, with Southern Hallway dinPU Mr. M M. MaH Jelihtfully ald bankrupt, Oct. 23, 1922 the ing cars serving nil meal. try tlock- will be enter. I in e win Wild Rice Crowing in Shallow Water the Christian Kntlwrvorer of Lancaster, Garrard County, Kenrmr layinc project to b' ..rried North of Atlanta, the schedule will The Seed Panicle Are Two Feet Bankof the l'rrliytrian ehtirrh TuotMiay tucky, wo duly adjusted be the same a that of Nu.. S and (S, out in the tate dnrinir tie om.nK Long. rupt, nnd that the first meeting of i'enmir. Itve monH by the extenaiur. Jiviiiun now operated between Atlanta and o it limited fowl, will be Lit: Fruit ami famMINERAL DIRECTOR ily,.Mr. and MrMm. C. A. Van Winklo of tNe follese of Acnculture, arcord-in- extentloit It lll'o tve.pnrtlctiliirly by Cincinnati, but arrival at South; his creditorLancaster, held nt the Court n limiiMii fil, Kentucky, on Itev. nml W. K. (iabltert. will be earlier than Iat House in to County Aent Florida poit Otllco Ovrr National Hank. .i i and chiklrrn wrrc curU Sunday of Hiisht Breeds of fnrm poultry will be ooine lit the Indian tribe of tint upper year, me improveu scneuuie iocing as ' Ncv. 7th., 1022. nt 2 P. M., at which i.. i le. Ilecatle It attract Itrl(lcnri 'hnnt 3. Oilier I'linnr 27 Mr and Mr. Nat i'ruitt. time the Creditors may attend, repretented by tae Foyettw county came lilnS it Ik hiuii oii litintiiu; follows: claims, appoint a prove their LANTASTKIt. KY. Mi. t DeKntlr llarno IUckermn. our ttatnee. Owner of the llock Leave Cleveland 11:05 A. M.. will the owrH solne out III riTicient I'rimury titcher, vnt iU one cive their hen good feed nnd care to or enm eo and spreading the eiil troit llM.I A. M., Cincinnati S:10 Trustee, examine the llankrupt, and day Inst week hut I able to be out show other former how hen can be over the wuier hy batidful. .Mature P. M., Louisville S;10 IV M., Lexing- transact such other business n may I said met ling. heuty and will idnk and at vcbooi acain. 11:45 properly come before mod to lay more ejrir in the winter. Mvd ton 10:10 P. M., Danville, nnd Nvoine I V. I'. Itneerj rondurtod thr raatphell county farmer are mi beddeiltoInthe lotli.m Hprlnf miuIiic tit P. M.. Chattanooga 0:15 A. M.. Dal-to- n Danville, Ky . October 25, 1022. Itev. the mini. NELSON I). RODES. 7:.V.i A. M., Home l:07 A. M., ar- VETERINARIAN. funrrnl service of .Mr. Cal Sower intereiled in tlmlinc out how much the mimt ulltfiirtory a Unit l Referee in Hankruptcy. rive at Atlanta 11:25 A. M. (Central, are aowti In the full l likely to he at (iileail. Mr. Siwer win 70 yoar mi'k and butterfat their cow r!l Aniflnl 'rornplly !) of old the day before hi dwitk. riving that plan are under way to NOTE Creditor cannot particitime), leave Atlanta 12:15 P. M. by liuncry dilrk or Keee. .117 Mti l The natiirnl ranee of wild rice In (Eastern time), Macon 3:20 P. M. pate in the management of the estart a ecoml cow teHing aocintinn d Mr. Nannie Mrltntom, if .I I. I and urnmlnuchtiT, Mr. Charley in the cUHty, (Tounty Agent H. F. North Aiiierlcn extend Ijtkeiitlianl Cordele 5:13 P. M., Tifton 0:2.1 P. tate of the distribution of assets unWlmil P.. Valdosta 7:15 P M. Hampton til they prove their claims on form kfrom the nnrlhern end of (iibon, of MHirrove were i.tel Fri- Uak ay. of Mexico nml eutwartl 11:50 P. ecto , Soil wnthing and the leaching to the tlictitilf arrive at Tampa5:.10 required by the Hankruptcy Act, and day of Mm. J. I). Hurehell ami Ml Clay Atluiillc eont throucboiit tbe file same with tho Referee. away of plant food oh Hnrt county A. M., St. Petersburg 7:55 A. M. Kinmii llurchel!. In the northeni part of till latitude. farm during- the coming winter i reclun It crow inulnlv In nhnllow- - Inke Real Law The enertii" civon at tbe Chri- 'tinn rhurch Sunday by the S. S. chil exnectrl to He cotuiilorably reduce.) ami nluceMi Mreaiii. while In the Money lo loan on'fnrmB. dren for the benefit of the Tamper-anc- e at a reai'lt of the interest which eitteni and nouthern part of the I'nlt Jarnter in that cotton of the state "i Slate It thrive iiloe brnckMi wu Litt your fnrm for n!c priv-atel- y L'nion were very well atlnmled 'm marMie liorderlni; mot of have taken in the value of cover1 and quite a ucit. or at Auction. crop for protecting thuir field. Coun- . , .", " 1.1111111 III IMIl llllli Illlll lll- - illllj Mr. F.llcn ltallard. who i now ty Agent U II. Woodhue say. Office over J. W. Smith' Store. then tmil'l'lullted, Till method of nuikimr her home with Mr. and Mr. Seventeen Haired Plymouth Hock. getting a Muml started In u locution Will Hurt ha return! from a two hen owned by .Mr. W. 0. Kirk, Phil-- i where the crop doe not grow natural week.' viit with her brathor. Mr. jMt. Davies county, have laid an ly U Cll T IMiri'lJIMT In the circular. I tt...ll . I. tl..ll. ,no' I tinted of 17S2 egg each from avenue Manner of Harvesting. I'rartce moet Nov. 1, 1U21, up to Oct. I, of thi Kemeiuber the roultry For centuries the Indian of Minneto ili.iKnoi.ni; and rcorrcctini; lefect next WcdiiMdny, Nov. Kth. iliere year. I hi number of egg bud in sota, VsciiiIii nml Crimidu bate thi crop by going out In canoe Fycifht by will be morr infernmtiiw m mcanl to It month by each hen is aim oat three of meet Ume a great a the total number ami ulinklng or kuoeknlg the ripe Mtil of, the ule of en;. He w llt'int; the buil liiiit at U:H0 of rjrge laid in a year by the average Into the boat The white uinn, with all u at the school proper k1.ivi. Ids Ingenuity, omplo) the same inetli ben on Kentucky farina. rompt! Mr. Kirk til nml probably will continue to do DANVILLE. KENTUCKY. with the extension until the plant In bronchi under cultl- Mr an I Mr (in iider-- n and ' Opposite Gilcher Hotel. (n, Wm, an I trail l.ugVir Alma diviion of the College of Agriculture union. The Department of Agrlcul- Oflic. Hours o to 12 and I to ft p.i at Lexington in showing bow od lure U lnrtli:iitliig the xilblltle. in I feed and care helps hen Ui kty more' the growing of the plant nml In the cir cular reHrt Hint It I a good food and egRichmond. Mr. ami Mn. Ollle llolan were the 11 with Mitt Jennie Park, in jrn,,, .n Ravenna. McROBERTS DRUG STORE Anderson ami Mr. K. U Hill ami ion Turku, Re r. guef near llerea. l. were In Richmond Mnmlay. Sunda of Mr. .nderon' hrnther, Mr. ami Mm Ollir llolan were Mr W O. Anderixin and fami'y nt gurU Monday of hi sister, Mrs. thi place. Rhoda Wyllc a! HryanUville. I)r H 'II MontRomcry traded y s The Sunday School at the Christian hmiM- and 5V4 acre of lar. I tn Mr very lnterrtlng tern- church gave t M Httri:e for 11 atre w h no Sunday. jserance program latl We improvement, and .tome ran J. K MeQavr -- old Hi farm of IS understand Dr. and Mr. Montgomery acre on the dHlisnie pike to .Mr. I). will ake rowrn with Mr. H I spent Sunday Mr. ). i Through Tourist Train to Florida West Coast Leave St Petersburg 8:30 P M Tampa 10.40 P. M., Hampton 5.23 A. M., Valdosta 0:00 A. M., Tifton 10:20 A. M., Cordele 11:30 A. M., re-l- if , ism M-- r. g Farm From d, Kentucky . J, A.Beazlev 1 c Mkpp ( pn-iTe- i., Dr. Printus Walker liiiiin-di-atel- 1 Itich-nion- Green And Walker Estate M-- 1 - DR. J. J. BYRNE "" dcM-rlbe- liar-eti- il iff o ! ii jj ' - SAVE MONEY WHEN YOUNG com-fortab- PLANT THIS FALL FRUIT AND SIIADL TREES ENJOY IT IN AFTEK LIFE ount; men who would enter tho decline of life In circumstance should becjin to save now. The approved modern method of savins fs a savings nc count In the home bank. This bank invite young tiwn and young women to Join Its family of savings depos.tort. ma-bOne dollar opens it savings account, and any sum deposited thereafter. ULOOMING SIIKUUS SMALL FRUITS nl lie u forage u Very Utile of the grain eter gctx on ell only (ho market, at the Indian Ibe niuill Mitplil Ibey may bate oecu nlonully. Ciiple or 'the tlrculiir may Ih obtained by writing to the Department of Acrletillure, Winlilnk'ton. Hint it ha lillile manSI The night prowler isn't looking , for the man whose money u in a bank balance, and who has nothing but "chicken feed" in his pockets. You never heard of a man being stopped on the bandit to sign n street and compelled by a hold-ucheck. The man who "carries a roll," cither to flash, or because he "doesn't believe in banks," is the man the hold-uis looking for. "Better be safe than sorry." p p GRAPE VINES i SILAGE CROP IS IMPORTANT , , THE NATIONAL BANIi OH LANCASTER. S. C DENNY, Chier. EVERGREENS Cutting Too Green Sacrifices Too ' PERENNIALS Much Orottrtrt and Feed Value Best Tim for Corn. In fact, everything for Orchard, nml Garden Our illustrated catalog The proper Mhkc at which to bur--1 , lin ip,irtiint the most complete nur-- j VP(, ,u Muft, thi year cry hook ever issued III the houtll. llei.on. I'll! Ilk-- too itteen Mil (lee too much growth and feed nliie and It i free for the asking. I ,,,, 1 i Capital $50,000. Surplus $50,000. aaaajaj-ya Honor Roll Bunk II. F. ItlLLENMEYER A SONS, Blue Grass Nurseries, Kentucky. Lesinilon. e& u i like en use acui tuace; cull inn too into MHir packing nml ollase. A cood rule In huncHlng Indian corn for kllaiie in to cut Jut before the kernel claws, and In the cne of Dent varieties, after the dent U well formed. CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK, The Central Record. Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Nov 2 1922. SHORT COURSES HAVE GAINED MUCH FAVOR Buy Stove. 1 5 I New a RATES i More Than 60,000 lays and Girls Enjoy Instruction. l Patterned Somewhat and Horn Afltr Important. Farmers Corv Single insertions lc a word No ad taken for leaa than 20c in this column. No ads in this column charged. Seven insertions for the price of five. Phone orders must be paid promptly jta.aiswsia.aia a KOI! SALK: Kttey Organ in good condition. Phone .10.1.11, Mrs. H. V. Ilroadus. FOIt SAI.K: Urge oak sideboard. Apply to Mrs. K. I'. Ilnmn. Makers' Wttks ducttd by Agricultural College Leadership HAVE YOU RECEIVED . tl'r. In rlul w stove? Why try to do with a makeshift? Buy one of our new RANGES. You will soon save its cost in coal. They are perfect bakers and will give you absolute satisfaction. These stoves have extra large fire boxes. They are handsomely trimmed with nickel and are easily kept clean. Come in today and let us show you their many splendid features. OUR HARDWARE WEARS Have you ever thought of the money and fuel that is loit in trying to get the proper heat in an old work under tlx iimtvIIoii nf ' extension workers employed rooierif their lir (lie L'nlteii State tleiinri. I tneiit nf Agriculture iiml tin- - state colleges, enjoy the iidvaiitngo or jiiniiir snort courses ami tumps' every jear. lliee short courses have become n xiiiilur feature with (In farm lm) nml girls and art engerly looked forward In I iy them tlirniiKlmul the enr. The courses are patterned somewhat . after tlic farmers nml home makers' I which have Ihvii condmteil i) , lln ngrlrultiinil college fur several jenrs, llesbles tin- - lntrtirtloii given. If omiiliitl In lalil mi tin" oih'IiiI nml ree- r'tliiuil xlile of Junior extensloa Out ut AfMcuiivrr.l m.Otm Imj ninl glrla, enrolled tr t nll.t Slst.. Iteiurtm.nt OUR FOUR PAGE (I0.5..t.) Only n few more of my Hhoile nice, young, Single Comb Island ited roosters left. HtJfEICV ! Circular Announcement ?7??77??7???7? 77777 777 Whether you have or notdo not fail to attend. Wonderful values in every department. Then Currey. Hill hAI.h: Driving mare, one three year old mule ami some Single Comb, llrown Leghorn roosters. Karl C. Karra, llo 173 (It.) R)i: llr.NT: r urnished rooms. Also for sale, Shetland pony, perfect Mrs. 11. I. Swope. ly gently. (10.tffi.2t.) G fine FOIl SALK: prise winner. lthode Island Ked rooster and cork-relI'hone tftfO. Jullian Klliott. ) (10 s. tfii-t- la IImI WALKER BROS. 1 MllflljaggBfigiS! 1 Bl SM sT iku FOIl SAI.K House and improve- menls- - the Frank Turner place of one acre, on Danville street, ltncas- 0. C. Walker. ter. Ky. (ln-tfti-t- IT club Boy ind Hi, Pur,brtd bearded wheat. M"t of II- .- college, give a T(u rt.,ul whu,h w,j bl. uttaintt r"r"' . l.y .Mr Stewaro are expected to be lug ",,r7 IliiIHirtanre of biijs empha.li, Hie iiml c i i lino with those that have beetti.heiniulng in IihkI leaders) of elubs, .. J. U. Steward, on' of the progrcs- - obtained on th soil experiment tleld.s) l.l.-l- , virirlnla l,l,l li.ilnw s.ve farmers in the llennhuw com-- , iiiaintameil in ililTerrnt ncctions of tliriv itnlr eamix for runil li'ailerlili - for ! munity of Union county, has utarteili the Mate by the Kentucky Asnculuialiilaln mnl c'rN. nl ' a demonstration on hit tural Kxperime nt Station. Limestone enmity trulnlllS elHil. 'I'Iii m- - rliolii farm to Iiml out how much the wheat Utetl alone on thoie fields has not re held lu colilieetlnii with rulllit) ami iclrlt yield. on farmi In that fectlon of the Kiven a very law increase in the eainp. mnl the f h rm eiijny an imllnc of from one to 10 lay be raited by the ue of yield of wheat Acid photphate UM-Mate can at llfy xmiill tieMr, MM tnle hmettone and acid phosphate, accord-ini- r a lone hu.t uiven results a little better provide IliilUr priKraili at the mllefe to a report from County Agent than thoM- - obtained by utinir lime- - r ,H iitl..i In the hi)lnf. L C. llrcwer. Mr Steward, who it Mone alone. I.iniestone ittul acidt tae. urn! a connlilerable niimber u. with County Agent j phosphate umm! together, however,! for rtaiaple, Montana and 5lliineoin llrener and the extension division of have practically doubled the yield of loiiiluct tuiinty caiup. crop were aver the College of Agriculture In carrying! wheat when FARM NAME LENDS DIGNITY aged, e out the demonstration, will use a A combination of these two ma-- i field in comparing the value nf l.me.tone alone, limestone and acid tenals alo has given good increases' Farmtr Tahta Mora Prida In Hia Plact Marktta Much Hlghr Claaa phosphate used together, and acid in the yield of clover that usually ' duc' phosphate alone for boosting wheat follows wheat. On the experiment yields. llelds. this increase has amounted to l Ti(. Results of the demonstration )a. ,,n ,.trrllfll are expected to prove of considerable more than a ton an acre. Spring t, ,MI,r an, ,ifllty to value to farmers in that district. tuwings of clover made in wheat that Hittrr neighborhood. Before the wheat was towcil, one-ha- was treated with acid phosphate and' Ttie result is the farmer lake pride the field had limestone applied limestone the previous fall are almost! In It. inke It a letter farm and mar kets a hither class of produce because to it at the rate of two tons an acre. sure to give good yields. he want to keep the tistiie of Ids farm When the what was sowed, add la CwhI stHinlliig before the public, all phuspliate also was applied to one-haof whlih means more liiooe) fur the the field at the' rate of 200 Hundreds of big jobs now open farmer, and that means greater prospounds an acre, the material being paying from $1.10 to $!0U a month. perity Tor the city. !! the frnin a spread in the opposite direction to Trained men placed every day. Stu- name JuM like an other business Inthat In which the limestone was put dents qualify In K weeks. Short time stitution ami e how ijuliUy ieope on. Ily this means, the field oiler includes railroad fare, board and will start tiMiiiiieiitliig mi )inir enter prlMs was divided into four experimental tools, VUKK. Offer may be withurge farmer Mik'S'sts why plots of two and one-haacres each. drawn without notice Write SOW t One represenlnthes to p not law. a state One of the ploU had an application f ir term and II I C I'ltKK HOOK. where there Is none at present, Kiting of limestone alone, another received Itahe Auto Si Tractor School, Dept a farmer the rxrlusUe right to a eer uo treatment, a the third received arid K :it. Hth, & Wainut, t incinnatl, O. tain name by bl registering It with phosphate alotie while the fourth was I (No facilities for colored student! the nullity t'lerk anil a lnc a $1 fr ' doing. This III p) all the ex given a treatment of both limestone 111' ) for , . well-plannd r...Cr lit iT.n...B To. Ritrcrr YieMa of Wk.,4 ) and phosphate. Tin- - whole field wns. mv,.,, witll Union county .train of cfi FOIt SAI.K: On good as new, Hand Vacuum Floor Cleaner; two Swinging, Coal Oil Lamps; three Klectnc Light Flxtu:e. For infor- (tf.) mation call at Ilecurd ctTice. My FOIl SAI.K: home on Dan- vtlle avenue. Six rooms and all conveniences, large garden, lots of fruit. Ladies Millinery, Childrens Coats, etc., Men's and Boys' Clothing, Men's & Boys Furnishings Men's Women's and Children's Shoes, Dry Goods. Ready-to-Wea- r, Every item is a dollar saver to come. We invite you Address (I0-o-7t- .) II. C. Schooler, Unncaster, Ky. 7he DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. ,n,e 1 Cook Stoves, $15 to $8!i. Heating Stoves, Sl.00 to $'.'0.00. Stove pipe. Hoofing, II. no; coal hods, Itfcts. lOcts. ; tire shovels Tirts and other things . as cheap. J. It. Mount A. Company. I jut ten-acr- WA.VTKD: The service of some reliable woman to represent our firm , I t.fi lf lf Learn a Trade ten-acr- e lf The Store of Quality ONE PRICE TO ALL It will ;lw hlin a M'iie Ineiirieil. stnndliig In bis euiiiinuiilty ami illgnlfy the business of furmlng. The lnil- . .i - i... ..in i. ..i.. j.'u, w n. .ii, ii i in.huh tin- they pre rntimielicllig to uf the farm, ami the fuel that Just as fast as the sil j tin city rounding country Is dewlnpiMl, Nine I ou-- t ami in this one little ' eter.boy tliln; ns n start fur bl.'er tiling. iit-i- gps I SHOES FOR ' CONTINUE INBREEDING TESTS Oepartmtnt of Agriculture Has Now Taktn Up Investigations With Poultry and Swint. eriis hreiilliii; pig, lu which MEN, WOMEN AND CHILDREN ' SWEATERS HOSIERY NOTIONS UNDERWEAR DRY GOODS j I I I GROCERIES ' ' QUEENSWARE and all kinds of KITCHEN n TIN WARE j i t Inbreeding and experliiientH with guinea more than :M,imi animal were used, the fulled .Stairs liepurt-- ' meni of Agriculture Is continuing the ItixesllgutloiiH with poultry and swine, making use of many facts detelopeil In the tests' witli the smaller iililiuiils. Six pens of White Leghorns liute bet-set aside for the purpose, and It It planned to liniil tinilliiuinisly ilthln each M'li, using one male bird each )enr A similar lest will he carried on with five pairs of Poland (liliuis and four palrt of Tuuiwortli hogs. This experiment will make Hislblo a later comparison of crossing within a breed ami between two brei-iwith Inbreeillng. After 1.' J ears of AND DINING ROOM 'SUPPLIES STANDARD It SIZE IN LEGHORNS A. H. Bast in & Co. Camasell Street. li Nactaaary to Cull and Fowls Nftrett Rlatit Pratsartlaot Shauld Salactta. Psose 34 Lascaitcr. Ky. Is iiecetwarjrtta full. Choose lieu rest to standard alxe as To set standard sIm lu Leghorns II the birds breeder. If you net a wale that Mean to the alie of the Hurl', do nu tacrine Mm after oat )ear, but lust t blu food beaa. , Pleasant and profit- in this locality. able work. Heiultes no Investment, I takes you only among the women and' Londoi.'s "Mansion Hawea." Dally Thought. girls of the community. Hither part The nllliiiil residence of the lard No returns with good will to or whole time V.I1I earn $10 to I riftie "rum on. none nun a rata- - autyor or I imhIou waa built betweaa 1T39 and 125 weekly. Address Dept. K.. JOfi ' chief l i- n. Crutcher & Stark Hldg., Louisville, i Jupittr May Be Inhabited, Thought for th Oajr. Ky. (It.) iS), .... . -If. ail rlnlil to look ahead, tint ' aaya- t'r... I, ,.l,niiu, iniuuiaivai a pMsiblllty that Ja there ' Wan a "i mi ha his past I if UlilFOIl SAI.K: T.. .1... IIIII1--- I i.t.i Mil - fonir Pller I" iti'iiisi dcr 100 good stock ewes, one to five' aoars Halt Tranisartatlan. Dally Thought. years old, Sale will be held at For . 'i'.ig lime tlio Itoers refuaad Tliuii wilt tlml re. fimu nUt fancies Lloyd's farm on Crab Orchard pike, permission for the rmistructlnn of aaj every set In llfn a l:uil (lm-- l in his barn Saturday, Nov. 11th., at If railways In the nn sharp. Sold in bits to suit the thoiich It were thy lst Marcus groiind tnat mm in Transvaal ueb tks re- wer AllM'lllls, roa Carrier A llrown. purchaser trlvaiUTs IIKIIIIime.l n llllllr. UkJally So. Capt Am llotirne, Auct "No matter how liitelhs-tua- l ile start First Paid Lecturers. of an argument may be," said I'mHt One of I he (list s tillers o receive along fur enough a fis in tim iny mI, en Ktien, "If It's pr Let us make you a new top and tt'a likely to result simply In both stdrs grams wre geiieiall) fris of names " WmsIiIuciimi Star. charge was iii,- Ueb.ier to wIhhm side curtains or repair your old ones ratlin' Cononl, Jiass. paid Mii,fur a single before winter time. Call us for esCabla "SUck." l.s tore llulph Waldo i:un-- .n, ,uw. timate on work. A siiliiiisroi,' entile u el. lis friiln two ever uuy be said to hate eresliil the Hros. Carnge.j , lnn.,. tU. UUti Ut ,ntlac. profelu turln; It in per cent allowance ll Biaib- - for "slaek " Shoes! Shoes! That l. a cable But lie Finally Wtakentd. Uiade to span '.'.(ssi miles of ineali Is "U'hilfi. heroine ,,f Ituiitlllgtnn Itiiar-eSlightly worn for women and miles lung. Bade -the eminent iracidlan" lle'a and girls school shoes at the old lalng m.il parts III Hie movies." Ilrummett stand, near the Garrard Do Today's Duty Well. "lie tlo.il to u.t bed slnrte before be'il Tobacco Warehouse. Vli sliutilil ve ileslle to lin- -l dtltl priislllui. liP intern, mi il... CUltles p'"innliirey "The Home of Many Shoes." when we luoe ".Mh.vIh. be did, He un I'on.lileritbly neither Hiiu-il-i nor lisht prolibs fm lll'dei w..i(l,t wlii-- lie signal up." A. J. Thompson, I'ropt, tbt liit Let us :lii' liee: to the pies lllimingliiiiu Agivlleralil, 7t. pd.) eflt, wbii.e liulles are I relu ; It Is tldillty to llie present width prepares Loans IN THE DISTRICT OF THE Us fur ll'ltllt) In the future. IVneloli Joint Stock Made by Louisville UNITED STATES FOR Laud Uank, organized and operating; 3tk to Undtrstand Principles. EASTERN DISTRICT OP Kiiii1i-iL'- i under the provisions of the Federal' of law Is not neiessary KENTUCKY IN BANKFarm Loan Act. In amounts from I aa iiuilerstiiiiilliig of fundamental prinRUPTCY One 2,r00.00 to $.in,000.00 On Im ciples 011 uliltli jw la biiM-il- , )' l"ow the law without apprevlat rate, proved farm lands. Interest In the matter of V A (iratit, 0 per cent. Terms Il.'l years. Pay, tnrlly nliejr It mnl thus not supHirt It Hankrupt In Ilankruptcy No ments on iiuiortitation plan. "A little Lliiiulitlk'i' Is a il.llijeruUt To the Creditors of this Hankrupt: commission to pay. Uilng." Notice Is hereby given tliut on For full information address or Oct. 21th., 1U22, the said bankrupt, Tomlliisun & Hays, Atty's. call on Nat Up to Thsifi. 7t.) 8 . The prtMiber liiid li.en strolling of Ijuicastcr, (iarrard County, Ken. Hankabout the links, ami wishing to drive turky, was duly adjuited Not Hard to Oettrmlne. homo a taiu.il I moral les.uu, uli mild- rupt, and that the first Hireling of Tbero are iisiiall) two tleupolnta of ly: "I Hnlli e Ilul lint pl)ert who get his creditors will b held at the Court initio of work that of the worrier the lunett times .m- - m, those wbo House 111 Ijtncaster, Kentucky, on wear." "Why the iind (hat of the euiplujer .buuld theyT Nov. 7lh.. IU22, at 2 1'. M., at which The one may otiri-tlini- ile inueli as at demanded the uIimhii goiter as be tune the Creditor may attend, KrancU-ethe other tinderestliimies. Approximate dug up holm, iimri' turf,-.S4- ii prove their claims, appoint a Ar:oiiaiit tulile limy lie between t belli, and la Trustee, examine the Hankrupt, and easily determined ttheii (he laborer la transact such other business 11 may worthy of his hire, -- firlt. Whin England Had No Dukaa. The duke of Norfolk waa brought properly come, befuro said mvetlng. Itanville, Ky., October 2th,, 1022. to the block Id liVi, and In bUa tirly Loaf Sugar, (ho last surviving KBgllait duke. The art of making loaf sugar waa NKLSON II. KODKH, For more limn half a cMHsry Kuglaad Introduced by a Venetian lu the Heferee In Ilankruptcy. had to do Hi best defeat the Spanish century, who recehvd a larga NOTK Creditors cannot partlcl-pat- o n ward for I1I1 discovery. Tae loaf armada, ciunUer lielaud, circumnaviIn the management of the ugar of oilier .days waa sot la Us gate tbu globe, lay the foundations of of the diatribulion of aaseta uncourrulent form of cubes an we aata eaiplre, produce the literature of the It Boar, but waa large like a roaa4 KUubethaii age without any ducal til they prova their claims on form loaf of bread and waa soma IroirMa M aaaUtiute. From I'ollard'a "Hlatory required by the Bankruptcy Act, and of Knglaud." cut. fi'e same with the Referee. M L- -l 1 t li(Il-tf-tft- .) Attention Auto Owners - Si'b-nari- f (IO-2r-.l- t) llas-dde- n r, I (t-2- 8 Farm (9-2- per-tslie- il li ea-ta-