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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): November 16, 1922 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1922 cen1922111601_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 16, 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. THIRTT THUD VfA" LANCASTER. KY., THURSDAY AFTERNOON. NOVEMBER 16, 1922. COVINGTON HIGH Bur ley Pooling Contract SCHOOL swamped! LaiicHKifrV PLEASED WITH CUBA Secretary Abbott Writes Inter- -' t'HtiiiKly f Iifc "nil Habits in Havana BURLEY POOL 77,000- TRAGIC DEATH K. I.. (Irtibb.H - Unrolled;. 2,000 Over Goal i The Hurley Tobacco Grower' Official Jubilant at In Tobacco Over Year llcber L'KOrt Drat won it operative Association I'rof. K. L. (irubb and Sam W. !"J'1 "gainst n contract breaker re- - Hurke, Jr.. Imth of Junction City. Signing Up of Ninety Per Cent Twulvo Melt 1921 'cently, when Circuit Judge James C. were imtnntly klllml Saturdny mern--i 1922 Crop to The of A letter from Gerard Alan Abbott, November I'cdman. of Cynthiana, special Judge Ing when they were atructc by n Sfiturttay nfternonn. Kentuekv'a total nroduction of to- Robert I.. 'reight train while attempting to b;icc0( Ilf nlt t.,,1MI( (n 1922 la eati- High 'In the place of Judge formerly secretary of the l.ancnitcr 1th.. IMS. the Lancaster Association who in ill. upheld the validity cm the Southern llnllwny track. mai(,tl nt Chamber of Commerce, but now hold-In- g Schtml foot ball eleu-went up in the o.toO.OOO pound "f the contract in the cae of the a- The train wa in procoa of making .VVember crop report for Kentucky an important aecretnrlnl.hlp with othr notch toward the State Cham- - socintiori Additional new contract rrreive.l Watt, a coupling when it struck the auto ,MllP, roc,.nty by the Loulavllle of- again t Garrett the Chamber of Commerce of Havana, Saturday at the field defeating the service division liionahip honor by over, containing the two men. I'rof. flf Cuba, in so full of Interest, we are of the Hurley Tnlmecn Growers' .),,, ifnlW Stale Hurenu of atronir Covington III eleven by the ; wealthy Fayette county farmer, rulI bl demurrer to the naaoclation'a Cruhba was a son of the late W. K Agricultural Kconomica in passing It on to our reader. aeore of 2(1 to (5. Association increased the It aaya: aa the flrat game of foot' petition and gave Judgment ngainat Cruhba, ami was well known here. Thta with State Commissioner of total number of toltacen growers wh He i survived by hi wife, who Agriculture W, C. Hanna. Thl I witniwed thl. aea.on on Sntur-- ! wtt for $:25 and cot in the case, llnvans. Cuba. Ort. 21. 1922. have come Into the Association aince After examining the demurrer, wa a daughter of Mr. I). II, Fox, about 17 percent increase over the Colonel It. I. Klkln. Inat fall to more than '21,800 and the day a all tHe other cnteU have' ,'l by Judge Oeorge C. of the llourne section of the county.' aLn.71 0.000 noumls in Kentuckv In nn'wh"l' Lancaster, Ky. alight ly more than 77,000, in- heeu play.- -l on the local gridiron total to Thursday or Friday. The game wa Webb, of Lexington, representing Mr. and several children. Mr. Ilurke, ' but only about Vti per cent of Detir Ctdonel: cluding aercral hundred csntract Judge Dedmnti aigned the who wn a son of Sam W. Hurke, of thl. ,,,.., nVl.rnKl. annual production The condition here are extreme- atill in the hand of assistants of thoroughly advertfcod mid in the Judgment. Hecaue of the fact that Junction City, wn engaged in the()f .r,7,000,000 pound from 1910 to Despite Chief William Collin or atill held by early morning the immente crowd ly novel ami Interesting. He i said to ioq( Imth inclusne. a to the, Danville postofflce. wnt aome was' began to gather and the qu.-itilloth burley the fact that Havana I wide open, county chairman amount of tobacco actually grown. have been n line young man. A I an, ,nfj; tyjiea show a sharp Increaae with reference to saloon anil gambgoal of 75.000 member, on the Hpa of eiery foot ball fan. With the Mr w and. therefore, of the gloom wa caat over Junction City , acrcaK,. in Kentucky thia year com-b- y j '')' ling, I have yet to tee u single reached and exceeded by more than "Can Captain Cox lead hi green and. amount the fearful tragedy and their sud- - ,,art., of toliacco he ahoulil have il , ,yi;, the per uKii.. i,. viri.irv iirrr tin--ami a cent of n of drunkenness, j n 2,000, ilTieial of the Hurley livered to the Association, the Judg-- ' taking causes sorrow w herever cr,.an. MnK Rmitt.r tn the dark I e Covington aipiad?" entirely nbent, naturare Jubilant at the reault of ment against Mr. Wntt was made, two gentlemen were known. Uu- - triel ,jlan in . burK.y ally the aidcwnlk and atreeta .n.trict. Covington Arrivr the dritr for new signers. The acre$1125 and he pays the cot of the mor ha it that Mr. Ilurke. who wa Tm. aV(.raK,. yj.d.I p,.r acre this year a very clean appearance. Bub-liit- age added by the recent campaign The Kenton county lad arrived in trial. Just 22 year old. wa soon to be in Kentucky, including nil type of collected once in every 21 and tince the rlo-it C. It. It. at of the drive lat Danville over the Q. noun, usually between I0:.10 I'. M. fall i in excess of 42,000, placing II A. M. and were brought over t..; Thit decision, which will not be ap mnrried to a lloyle county young ,bneco. is N00 pounds, a compared , tm. of ,hl. A,. ,",,fi.nt.( to 84(5 nound m H21 and the 10- The process of the and t:00 A. .M. in control of more Uacaater in cara furnished free by , . ,,,.iv,.ry (l( continually in evi than year average of 852 lbs. per acre. street sweeping it of the crop of 1922. the many admirers of the local team pledged to it, as the Judgment of the Practically all structure are The United State entire tobacco crop deuce. ' The tabulation of the new contract Athletic Director J. M. Meltoberts i 0 estimated at of concrete, now ami then a brick ha not been completed but it win ordered lunch for the distinguished court i that "the contract sued on The remain of l F. Hubble were of all types, herein, which is one of a number of, pound this season compared building l teen. Street ear serviee anid at the olTlce of the flebl aervwe ' via Ken-thbrought to l.ancaster last Saturday inrn whieh was served at the identical contract entered into by are it exceptionally good and fare with the 70,101 contracts in the gar Ian Hotel. After partaking of the plaintiff with different person, is morning from his late home in Som- to 1,075,418,000 pound in l'J21, and only Kelt. Tnxlcab aervice every- otfice. about 700 more remain the Covington erset, burial taking place in the Lan- an average annual production of in theltHi bountiful feed 1010-20- , inwhere within the two ami a half hand of worker ami that thl latter lads went immediately to the High binding on the defendant a a : mem- - caster cemetery Mr. Hubble waa 1,377,8(10,000 pound . ,, .t4n.,,inn ..n,i clusive. Quality of tobacco in Kenmile radius la UUct. for two person. ngure might go at high a S00. which School Gym. where they donned stricken with pneumonia only a few , moU tucky is reporteil ns 88 per cent thi Mot of the door ssfiwrntmg the wouhl make the total membership "7. thoir moleskin for the gr.sit battle fVw, ,by Atft)eiaUltn ,rjcjal!1 rrvrn furthl.r 1ttrnipU Bt ilnya before, the end coming quickly, season compared to 84 per cent in hM) in either rMrrices or many X00 or More. numi that wa advertised t atart at I : tit MMIIIJMUl, after everything that medical science , i... III! IIIUl I III,,-,.n.in...i J 1U2I, while the quality of the United of the hotel are of the swinging Director of Warehouses llalph M. ' 'to regard their wonl a binding when could do to stop the treacherous di- - States total crop is 84.3 per cent thi type, armifor ta shutter which are ltarker rec'eivinl wonl from I'rosidcnt ' ease, but to no aval!. Local. Enthiiird H mny ooncl whh ,hpr ,raint.,iat,. 7(5.7 per cent last teen on the iHitile of imtnwi In Jama C Stone, in NV Ywk, that Mr. Hubble for many years was a ?caon compared to luincaater and Carrard county were! (innnrinl intiin-- t m iti..ir yur csMtmvitlty A the dwarway. arrangement ha .linen made with the wlW wit)t prac- - year. resilient of Lancaster, where he nXnmnt and enthusiasm to do ao. The Kentucky corn crop thi tea- In many instance. are 15 l 20 fret Liggett tiat.l 1'iu f.ir ti numliitr nf v.nr. li.i Myeta Tobaiew Cimpuny j a4 ,y. in. tw Brur estimated at 90.748,000 bushel. are In height, the dsmrs heHeWe h.. for- - movini- - . the use of their warehouse atjeinl hard lor them U. wait for the Qf-n- ev sm,r.i. M-- v .. on I tI nnn I " Ue usually iwt more than 7 feet above Huntington by the AMociation tern-- . asta Mr. Hubble wa cum'a" ' " had since resided. rf,.r,.(. ltt the two captain if n n,liuc' "n"UnI v,'ar that spare between the jwrlaly Until decMon haa in en lliadel the lloar and w,.r rt.aty for the contest. ' Mrnlionrd for Undrrwaod' Pott in 71 year, of age and Is survived by hi. 1016.20, top of the door and the ceiling pro- at to the definite location of a n-- 1 tht. .f ".I W.000 buahcla widow, who before her marriage waa r;vt-- r window in Uincaster was dress-- ! 'nclu,V4' hllc this year. Irish po. Senate ventilation a rut in Mime in- celling plant at Huntington. The.,., vide Miss Stella O'Neal, only daughter of lh). Uneaster and, m of ntucky is estimated at which would teem Atsodalton stances, view the late Dr. and Mr. W. S. O'Neal, j 0 ma) Uike oler the Liggett Covington team. Following the announcement of .Many Cu- A: strange to an American. who were formerly resident of Lan- - 4," 'u ,Ma)er propert. it wat said, and Hi Oacar W. Underwood, Democratic ban ladle receive And entertain their the location i convenient and the' The Came Captain Co in thi state in 1921. of the tenate. that he will quit llubhlv, of Stanford, n!?o Other crop lady or male friend' in their bedroom price not high, considering real estate Griddrrs the Firtt on the Field survive. ihi- - twist aft.ip naYt Mnrrh. no ,in reported for Kentucky are: Sweet but it would be a mint unUMlal con- lalue in that rapidly growing city. ' ' ... U llefore one of til largest rr0W,l , I. hu dition which would permit them to of her friend go out to the I m'"'0''' l,'HI 8'000 dr that ever aembled on I.eavell field, 'L TU4 position more frenuently than Sena-loac- h venture upon the public street with'?00 b,US'; widow in her distress, who , so well C;070'000 Heber led on the gridiron ,l Buys tor A. ). Stanley of Kentucky, chaperon There out an ecort or "' orghum i h..,.. u .t.n ... .i..,.rK - l undefeated Ijincaster High School! I was choen bv sirup 3,984,000 gallons. Last year Mr. Thomas S. one of the team, consisting of twenty-twarc practically no llle. hence you ace men. I Senator Underwood beloved. Kentucky' production of these crop which leading merchanta of the lluckeye v. .i..... .,..,....1 no tcreeiia. On the house-top- , ,. i the Democratic caucus of the aenate lw. .,f service Short and appropriate . ...... ... i -" t "arrani . couniy, naa re- - . .. , ' i.ut... ......).. waa: Sweet potatoes, 1,872,000 bus.; are usually tlat, may he teen poultry ' was a col- were held at the Christian church iwituhl tout- ihoueht that It apples, 1130,000 bu., pears 4,000 bus., and pett, auch at rabbit, cat and jcently purchased of S. X Morford, team to see and hear the many iM'iween ma inenuaanii mose oi sen here conducted by He. W. G. Montator Gilbert M. Hitchcock, of . no front or back his residence, store room and three dog. There are ,it wt.nt un for Cmtnin Cox gomery, of Somerset, assisted by Itev. clover seed 34,000 bus., and sorghum gallons. Senator Stanley has been K. II. Hnurland Among yardt. The ttructure occupies the acre . of land, for which he paid - .i i,,, ,., i,,.iu,. thoc here sirup It4,080,000 f...u n..i,..r It estimated that approximately Mr. I'.eratt beside run- - IInmnliately ordered a signal practice mentioned aa a possibility by friend from Somerset were: Mrs. Clel entire lot with the exception of a I6.AUU caah 5 per cent of Kentucky's acreage of of both these senator showing that gen- court or yard which may be 20 or ,ning one of the most hl, M.eoll( Jame Williams, Mr. Delia for hU rm4n., an,j all element of the party in the Sen- corn thia season wa. put into silos, 25 frrt square, in the ery center. eral merchandise store, hat the agi-n- ... (i. i,..i, ,i,..r.. , Tomlinson, .Mm. Sarah Sallce, Mrs. average yield per acre bring only te could unite on h.m. Thia l open at the top and every Moor ,cy for Garrard count for the Delco M,tthv ;(ml out. tIu.VW thl. ,11(iiv. Jake Myers, Mis Owens, Dr and Mr. the t - contrary to precedent for Waddle, Mr. Sidebottom, Mrs. Lou about 5.5 ton. About 83 per cent it exposed to the court Tim permit .Lighting System and I placing many , wt.lk.h4, Mll) ,iK u n,tr .... ... sunshine, rain and fresh air to circu- I order, throughout the county. Watch , . vvitn,.M ehm,W, ,shi, ' ... u.l.. t.i.. serving h.t first term to be llnrdin. Mr. Hoy McClure, W. O. Mar-ti- n of thl season's crop in Kentucky i. t - .erne o, tma o.g ant it ,,, being merchantable, and late through all the Moor, The ,...r wnicn wtH th(. fn, for tht. ,tart. ()t k,,.t and Mr. Butler, Mr. McKittrick reported as '"; V V fitness and Mis Dove Harris from Danville. farmers also report they have only typical Cuban morning meal coutita 'appear soon in the Central Kccord. Tn,.v wanlw ti. get in the scrap so count of Senator Stanley'. 0 per cent of last year's Kentucky "cceptability to all elements. .i . of nothing but coffee and Vienna i ,nnl U'UT trickled down their. a,ml Car Crnuina Dickrrsnn Kanawha corn crop still on farms. The avertie uroken. bread, but the Cuban breakfatt is I me ruie may rosy cbe ks. Buying Mules age yield of corn per acre thia year served from 11 A. M. until noon. Salt in tacks and barrel. Make no misl.kr, I hit tall it brtl for curing Covington High Trolt in. Led by Yum-Yum-Y- um Several iu1e have changed hands in Kentucky is 28 bushels', compared Mott everybody take two hoiin at Hudson & Farnau. ' ' during the past week among the to 25.(1 bu. per acre last year and a noon, which time i occupied in eat- nit at. Loach Jonri ' have been received by most average of 27.3 bushels. ing, sleeping ami bathing. The town Wagon. Just receivd-Hug- gi,.. Jut three minute before the grid, ,,Vl.ry youn. ,U(y , (;.,rrari C()Unty farmer W. of thia and adjoining counIt. Cook purchased a pair of it really livellett from 7 I'. ,M. until and ll.rnr,. .t g,,., rrdu.tion. contest started. Coach Jones of thi-- ,,,1'ertialnsr the great pie aupper to ties. paat midnight. The Boulevards und ( It ) John Goggins, for $290 mid two from Tobacco Season W. J. Romans. Coi.ngton team led on a hefty bunch be MA n Uu. lall ick. ,Bh Schoo u I'rnmcnade. are thronged with people of lad who were the picture of real Aui,j,rium Kril,lly nlk.M itarXing nt Luther Weaver for 1225. J. K. The ram Tuesday night, which wild a nice team to Green of all color and nationalities. Some I athlete, again the immense crowd, - ,,( j, c ntiiiti T((m ,,rw will l do not believe, however, that there j Bowling for $325. The demand for partially broke the long drougth, has native Cubana are a black a the ro.e to their tip toe yelling for the brought tobacco "in nie" and :luctlot)ll.r ulll, wi M. ,ht. bl!lt fat mules it better, Clell Coleman, alto darket llepublicau negro in Carranl, 1. any sutfenng due to poverty The honored guest from the extreme part vWr a,u,, fl(r the (oarf of llarrodsburg, having bought some much of the weed has been bulked finely fea- Ited Croa i very efficient here. The of the State. other are lery fir and by bilU gosad and probably will be stripped out immediate-ly- . j Monday, price, and in Stanford last tured. There appear to lie a at rum sanitary system is The proceed of this pie .upper ranging from Thi would indicate an early the most etficient jiolice force Capl. Cot, Capt. Schultr, Krferre of" Anglo-Saxomany $70 to $100. in instance, will be turned over to the local market opening, which will bring a llvar exist, for the size of the city, that There were 1,500 cattle at epecially (ierman and I'reneh. Many large amount of money Into circulaglobe. Ituferee llvar of Tranailvania, ''0,t of the American Legion and Monday Stock l'en and of the natiie women are very attrac- one could expect to llnd on the average of one policeman to every Lexington called the two Captain to-- ! Commander Kdwards la very aiuioua most of them aold, aome of the best tion in the county, which from all looking in their dre and appear- An tive Very few floor have any ....th.-appearances ia much needed at this uiu, of mur,. 'vl,..l to 'that everyone who will make a pie ance, but they lead a very sedentary city block steer selling at 7 Wet. severing. Klaborate tile I used for l now vou." Cantain Schulte won the or this supper and be on hand to The demand wn. fairly good. Many time. life. Mooring or in aome intance granite to ami chose to receive the pigskin. nu''t everyone else. I wnt admitted a a member of the steers sold nt G to tt'a cents, whi'e K ',,t' out ami help the boy heifer were one cent to a cent and Season Open "Uependentea" Club, which today ha or marble. Ilecause of the moisture Captain Cox turne.1 to hi men and fab-- ! their "ntmcinl Mres. with a flim look and determination a half lower. A good of bunch over 1,000 members at 12.00 a month. and exposure to the weather, any Many of the nimrods are taking adsheep wn. on the market but did not vantage of the open hunting season The building la a magnificent granlt rtc on the tloor would become moldy to make it nine straight victories aaid,! Follow lef fight." .a thoe sell. Mule colts were nut plentiful making the bird and rabbit take to atructure. n large a the lifayette and objectionable. The aon coast is rocky and not word fell from the aturdy little Cap-- j Hotel. All memben receive gratia, .! and Benedict & Cecil, who were here the tall timber i..,.,,,,,,, !it A,,im,,I. and for new fields . ... Sullliuv ... ,, ..vi.,,.!, ... from lloyle to buy, only got seven. and pastures green. adapted for bathing like the Florida tain lips his brother on the aide u medical anil hospital treatment, It is reported , (J privilege, library privilege Uaeh. Freth sen food, are very line, began crying, "hold them." ,m. ,ht (,Vt,nilk, They paid from $20 to I0. The that quails are quite plentiful and great while hU budd e under fire were . There are a and opportunity to atudy foreign much in evidence. l)K. SchlMI, at u., ,.iUt(,r( ,,.v crowd wn large and business gener- rabbits can be found In abundance. many Chinese merchanta and ped j ing. i.ei me nave nun. lia im lreen nooii, ot Lexington. Kvery- - ally was good. language. :: : ,". . I he public parka and botanl-- . spirit and thi. determination and the Her. .,.,, , ,,.,, I believe there are only two aoda b(,()y u con,my . I . i. ...t fountain on the American plan where cal garden are extremely handaomc, Hro. Green Wood these .ervicea. Morrow . A penalty of 5 per cent will be add. l)r . unsau( one can buy ice cream. Coco-ColThe beat way to acquire the native the side line ( aptn in ox booted th k.r,.at , Mr. Paul Morrow- - ha accepted a ed on all 1922 school taxes due the old ball to full back and Cant. ,, la nerved only in bottle and in pre- language n for one to make their tht. for position as bookkeeper in the Gar- Ijftcaster Graded School not paid It la very' home with a family capable of speak- -' Schulte, who waa unable to make anyi wired on the Inland. rard Hank and Trust Company and on or before December lat., 1922. start caused from Incaster'a fast! strong of dope and it without any ing both Spanish and Knglish. That TK Pdaiasaf went to work yesterday morning. Frnnkie Kauffman, Trias. flavor. The aoft drink which appeal l quite possible a there are many wing men, Lawaon and Ktet. After! J. K. Stormei, Chairman, to the average American are made Cuban who have attended school or trying Lancaster' line and end the To solve the gift problem I to visit The bank I. fortunate in getting the C. M. Thonipon, Secy, punt the Christum llaraar un December service. of thi. popular young man from the juice of timet, orange, pine- college in the State and acquired Covington Quarter called for which fell short and it was Lanca-- ! llth., and aelect gift, for all. Ali whom we predict will make good In apple and eocoanuta. Thote may be Knglish at an early age. He succeeds Mr. ball. With her ten warrior leave order for candy and everything fiery respect. I have little difficulty In finding ter' found and aerved at an average of Kngland, it seems, hu pulled a Saulley Hughe, who resigned a few alx place in every block. my way around and have picked up a ably assisted by C. Gatineau, the good to eat. Given by the Woman's Honor aa prime minister but strictwonder Full for the green and Missionary Society of the Christian week ago. .Many of the afreet are ao narrow few phrases which enable me to keep ly in accordance with law. that it It possible for Vehicle to past by bearing although, of course I re- white la he managed to carry the church. New L. & N. Schedule Lima In sacks and barrel. in one way only. In the American quire an interpreter when tratuact; old pigxkin over the goal line for her New Boiler Hudson A Faraau. community the streets are wide but ling any buainea. The average Amer- firat marker, Cox kicked the goal! The l & N. put into effect last the construction of the retldelice it ican I regarded with considerable from try for point. On the kickoff lla.tln Brother are Installing u Sunday, November 12th., u new Charity at home with some more or lea typical of Latin architec- prestige and receive, more courtvoua Lancaster Hi uncorked Mime of the large new boiler in their electric light schedule. No. 28 to Richmond now live alone. ture, including large porchet, cement I attention than many native. Thit I most bewildering and dazzling at- plant thi week, taking the place of arriving here nt 12:07; No. 27 to people when they tack of ball ever teen by a Hi school high ceiling, wry true both aocially und personally. conttruction and It may be true that all men are ten Louisville, arriving at 2:50. "Old .mailer. It weigh V. Gastineau ami W. Hoblii-ao- n one much I consider price very moderate, in squad. little yard apace. Firta are freqWnt, tons and required the service, of n Henry," south bound, arrive, at 8:40, born equal, but they don't know it working behind one of the best due to the acarclty of wooden build- ao far aa merchandise, eatablea and at the lime and forget it afterward. engine to move It from the returning, going north, at 11:1. line to be found in Central Kentucky .team ing. Many beggar are In evidence drink are concerned. depot to the plant. managed to carry the inflated leather SaJaadid how at Roataa't Oaara Lima, Saaal, Caaaaat, Rock, ComYoura at ever, and after 1 1 I. M. many women and to the 35 yard line, where Covington Saturday night Daa't miss Hou aatl mon atsa) Prattaal rick. ia Stovt Craat bargaia children may be aeen tlecping along Gerard Alan Abbott, (It.) HuaUaa aV Faraau. thl. oaa. W. J. Raaaant (It) Raagat. (Continued on I'ajre Four) the public hlghwaya out in the open. Maniana De Gomel 553. I -' I Ninth Straight; UPHELD IN FAYHTTE SUIT and S. W. .lr., Killed at Junction City ;CROP REPORT FOR NOVEMBER liurku Shows :17 Per Cent Increase lll ' nn tobac-co'chewi- in-de- Asso-elatio- I dls-th- pre-Ke- h n cn-,rn)- ,,, n.ne-lent- Hubble 1,330,-275,00- I ., i. ,.., ,.., .,i.. fr ro, .k I ' Leader """ I a' I n-- tnr ??''1?0, Property I'lt-rat- ,( o I'"' ",u" i a. Wil-Ha- ' I ,,,.,, I i Hob-insu- ' j n Nun-nelle- y' ' r d . ' Announcement gym-natiui- ,,,,. ,,, i Banker Penalty a , Wu (It-lO.J- t.) ' ' V Tha Central Record. Lancattei, Ky., Thursday, Nov 16 1922 JIMIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIrHHIIIIIIIIIHHWl IN H H I 1 John Finds rnninnlmnni By JOHN PALMER ! SI ; Dairy Profits May Drop if Cow's Needs Slighted The time of the year l about when the proflta from Kentucky dairy herd begin In drop unlc nre given jjood feed and kept In MOM EY to LOAN If you want u buy a home you can borrow the muney :i.id pay it back on the installment plan. MHke application to the Secretary now t I m m is not for off and our complete display of XMAS HOLIDAY GOODS IS READY FOR YOUR INSPECTION (C. IU. W.nin talon.) "I ileelnre, Juliti Smith, yott IimiU ii if you ilon't ktunv what to do with " cxtliilmeil jounn-llfe. Suiiinn. I lm. ns John Smith, looking tin- - picture of uVxilntlim, lolleii in hi cluilr n front of the mltle lioS-l- . "Oil, I dunim. SHmmitlm," ntuwered 'ier littliniid. "I've lHeii In two rolling teen tip In the whivl mill nice, mill wnn a dull nt the oIhm.iIiii: - illery." Ves. mid I'tl like to know wlHit a hi.in of yiMir np l going to iln with h iteelnrwl Ills wife, angrily. 'That's ently iiiiit-.1- , my dear. I It lurk in tln moil for miotlier . iind of .Ht.."' n'plliil her liti'taml. Tli filet wn, liinu-vrr- , ttmt John Smith hh horrthty Imrcd. I'or thirty riiM the Smlttw Imil llvwl a Natnelei ml uneventful evMence a proprle-rs f ii euraer reery -- tore In Mobo- - lllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllli- .Nipir ( here farm cow. com- 3 m ' i'lr, 1 't fortable barn, according to J. J Hooper, hnd of te dairy department of the College of Agriculture. Although Kentucky wtnler are not n long or a cvoie n tho' of the fammi. dairy nccttan of the North, the nnie careful meUil that help northern dairymen and farmer. get protlt from their dairy cow ran be utd to adrnntage by farmers 0 a a m M Lancaster Building & Loan Ass'n J. L Robinson, I'lfsiienl. Mi Sue Stflbj Majen, Srclj-Trea- i. O O W ic lobsrts Brag i'bu sure an Store. I stea lias; ine key- f all hit eermon .. "tiod so H only Mr. Iver I'oynter has been quite , ,M the world that He Raw beotten on that vhoover believelh .iiek. in Him should not prih but have Mr.. Teater. Mif Tenter ami Mr?. everlasting life." There were 1J adHuckoye, who were visitor. MHw, nf dition. 3 of which were by relation. Jot week of Mr. Forest CttrH have Sir. and Mrs. It. S. Clark enter- returned bowe. tm vmi will take place atllJ,ina l owner lor JiYThe kibtiiinr A anlen- SO .Taylor, af Stanford Friday. Kinir' .MIU next Sunday nt 1 m all uie ae-- . Taylor will baptlxe the vi.J inner. ransMVag 'desk. Iltv. hcacie of the season was aorved. candidate by request of the pater. The venter piece wat a bowl of loveCovMr. Forest Curti was ordained a ly roe and Chrfennthemum. Joaean at the clo'? of Saturday' ers were laid for sixteen guosia. The service. TMf charge was beautifully following al.o entertained for Mr. delivered by Rev. Taylor, The Taylor! Mr. John Sutton and sister, was ill and could not be prosont. Mr. and Mrs. Cha. Dunn, Mr. and The members of Kcv. Lewi Mrs. Kd Sutton, Mr ami Mw. Mote Thompson's congregation regret hi Pollard, Mr and Mrs. Long. Mr. ami serious illnuM during the meeting Mrs. A. J. Ulce, Mr. and Mrs. Win. and wn unuble to attend a part of Blanks. the time. A supply will fill hit pul-p- it neat Sunday. Mr. and Mr. Charlie'Dunn and Mr. Harper Dunn Protton attended the County Fair at HnrroiUburg Saturday. The Odd Fellow' Bund furn-ihe- d MEHTHOLATUM the mutic for the day of whicn antigegtic and Mr. I'rostun i a member and plnytl well on the Alto horn. j Mr. Forest Curtis and family en-- , tertained very delightfully lat Tue-- ! A Common Comprint. day In haner of Itev. Taylor, the visiToo innny people In tin xule of ting evangelist of Stanford. A numt JuM ber of gueUs were present to enjoy tear think the ure IndeH-ndeii- limiiltlng. leeuue they are Iml 111.. illy Cur-t- i. the hospitality of Mr. anil Mr. St. Jnfili A woM appointed dinner win lorv-ua having for the center pkco Wealth from Strrtt Dirt. baiket af Chrlsantaumont and lluHiMtmU of iMIar ure reclaimed etieh vmr by Loud n tn..inle who do nothing but rake nw r i.lll-.iof I A splendid meeting ha Jut riot. tons of wuMo, gollKTifl h rxery noolc I' here, the pastor beiiiK ' ami corner nf tinmj ,.f I.on- Kcv. J. C. Taylor, of Stanford. ! dti. Tin. copper, zi.. "I niie- preached the (iop! w ii tlitH-- silver are fun jnuntl- . Oi i Hslniial i tie . simplicity and pnwer. wliuh .tretne ..If fOljnil, ill! The salvation whicr !. n- 4 i f people preached w, no a v abb;. a.Nf. MAKKSBURY I1' pa-U- ir in thla Mate. "From how until next prtfttt, en ahould have a pound of mixl feed poainfc for every three nnd of milk tiwiat they gtve. nml in BBSBBBaSKa:l aheuM be fel k pouiida of rlnver, alfalfa, ar caw pea hay and t: SO (HHtnd af 4l.ife dairy. A good n. grain mix tare may h myiiie of four e T!i.e bad hern the pound of corn mal. two patind ef I he duys nf Mrwrste iiihI rl f bran or thisartulf and two paund v ben the n'ltt wn fnlllng r a on ! mwtl. -. If filage cannot It Her like ha ... r a I f 'ire t (, ' .1 Rvd Vr rf r a' Ii . . and inHHiif were few nhi! far a ' crlvr, feed, like mount th. ., i wjjli be fad, mmmo smcculrat epioui H'tweti; when a ImiiI M1 of a few : d lo .! beet pulp, shoukl be tued ante the n srioH waller. iHrs w -on They htol muck t It and. hy her row can Ret plant? of green gran it l If ! II "Dairy rw eaanot be grren goinl it. J.ilm Smith had built up liU lni.l-- " ff- - Av. fc" .ltwI'NttuHt'-l- M nd a w. .1 ' . Hem 'l ...!' in Theti a Imil upeinil car at thfe time ef the year unlet Ymb-rlow. Kalu .1 il 1. , anM in lratiti ..Uiv iMc iit IlttaV- ire. and tben another. Nirtv. nt Hfty-ilU9. IVraW 4al. mitilmi r JSoU. they ar kept w a bam all night and . rfic4 curta.na I M U . iMCr im .'i.1 kmw the eilite finitid themHteo being the part af the day. Thi 'i V !t l vnt a nw Air P nt c'd I'mJ ikttMta M r Mrtli:v(rl 1" They had rrried their iirlTcltiUrTMUr W tit r if4c iM.it romfort and aenlthfol Mrround-nf- f n ,i r i"o ui utd trr lie life dentin of retiring before they were rae, for Ike vw ar of Ant Impor An 't IWr ihi.d. i( wi pttf er, i hiuil UH'fwiiMwIarrjTini'a. ,mI..v tiMi ld to etfoy theMolvf. I til t It l'lanty af Ibacht. raod venti-l- a .rt full h:M U Anvr. Uudtrl f r r J C.i. SlTTIA! fVl ' ' - HttuUt rIfho-- i llipolhIe to derive niy unce. IM1 IMcTOUVKUiaUntS. t ion and UU of rkmn bedding nre pleaitre imt of Hfe. In fart, ttvey hud ftirgotlmi bow to the bhc Hems in atakinir the cow TU WurM'a Laranl llaltd.r of NptU1 llodl.a lur hne n smm1 tliste. There thotild be four ttmfrtabk. IUUbllli.tl IMHt you what It K" naltl Jalin. square feet af window ln - for each "I tell IOO Main .Street, OwrntlMirn, Krnttichy "We'ri btmiely Mks natl tbee Mg tall r ataaction while the windows ain't fur n. Ami what ih we should be welt dktrtbwtoil to that with HHtaMtnent tmrks? Wlt we ihhhI V rach stnlde get plenty of light, la The man who see hinelf a othi r hi. dad' wl ton never cai! Is it llttln etHtase In the ennniry." . nhrr to get eaaucrh air. each cow re dawn ia pnblir. Smaantlm wm eette r him net an eye full. feet af TUe deiir little place I've hIwhjk quire at lMtt SOB eobM -A rlrt like to hoar eompUmenft Tho awn with a Mc aa4 doen' drimetl of," rlie ld, "wlieri we tun spare. Tho air in the MalJe must c,tr. grow Dowers ami always hav- - a htad chlekon. nnd be changed freantently if it is to stay when they are ,adilreed to her have iicichlrs like onrHvM. Tht hHlld be fresh at all time. . I'n'.itrir.. hrv nuh Smith, fer oim .1' i4e ..n !ika It 141 u Mild It." lnne without ra u Mac draft of cold I' u: ' It .'f r fvu'l 'f J. re- - . .ti ' 'Ilio rottage of tbelr dreaiao Hwtterl-allai- l on the rowa or without undulv In the MMpe of n Mmill Ihhi.c i.r ii'jri tra taaapararwre ta the Ma lnwennaT the nit fHr froN the eatklrt of Ilt4fceo. ble. Frwh uir may bo .nlmntei A ltd n Imppy iHoath went by. tin, mMI her hunlHind, me Ihroitieh window hinged at the iIh-cit an Idea whnf wrong lorn und tlpdng inward. wttli iin. Vi"i hI n't used to liming a 1 tedding the eow .e frequent man about the houo hII day, and It a day with clonn rtrutv holp to kllelir set i your nerven. I gue eloan and caasfortable Ju.t I'll run down 'to the oliib every morn- them ing ami have iHneh then-- , nnd eome before milking M a good time t clear tiacl; rly lu tbe nfterioMiu. A own up and add froh Mraw." mint hate Mitaethlnie to keep him .e i 3atT oa-fe- mm t4 . il, ilay--tbe-- '' . a.ir-iditt-..- - Jt i Am s Sport F.oads.or Cody a Ford Chassis hn I , .dlirl 1 t... e. ' ot PPf i. T-- 1 1 r''r eleil I THE P. A. AMES COMPANY, Incorporated rr4a nt lmmi-ltNli4y- im-- v twe Jtn ' et T- - T' ' "j 1 . r- if 11 , Te I 1 mp THEQUAKERMAID I'-- buy." If I An ttfly cut ? I i. Got-anum- aitd I - ' lelvl''-everyone- ,1 , i , t np..,--- v . 1 WHATEVER YOU 1 ! 1 i I I I (3 I I rr I THIS GENERAL STORE. IS PRE- PARED TO SELL IT TO YOU AT SPECIALLY REDUCED PRICES. e, We want to make a direct bid for your patron-Agor at least a portion of it. In makintr that bid wo want to assure you thnt we will acconl you the most complete consideration in the matter of quality, price and courtesy that is humanly possible. No house can promise more and live up to the promise. I I Your Produce is same as cash. Becker & Ballard BKYANTSVILLE, ' John Smith holMicod to nn lntltute n the tnwn win-rhe bntl been In the Mia Solhe Natfl l not iUilr o liMlilt of novtlllg hl friend'. Wlwt they did there well. Sjtmaiitlm flip-I-- well. they dhl what preclely all wen .Mr. John Sow ell continue atmt In when they get toretl.er. which l the some nothing of the Manliest value wbat-h.e- hn Mr. T. S. I'bjratt. er. is isaptwsin. "It llilcht be a CikmI IiIi ii," SnitMlithn sick ii greed. Mr. T. 0. 11U1 ii ad Mr. Hnh Kurt, Itiit. ni the day went by mid her were ia Stan fa rd .Mwsday. lnil'iiiid mine hullo rhuekllng anil Mr. Itniley aad fimily. af Imman- liHiklng ImppliT than ilie had mvii him uel. Ky., have mavtal bsr. lrettronieiii, Imrrllile line their lunt besnn to beet her. Mr. Jebn Doty, of Ilbrhaiond. 1. I1fty-tlthat wnsn't old fir visiting hor daughter, .Mr. T. h Some find of a woman had I'lerutt. ninti. the turned hN head ! That could of Corb.n. Mr. OtUca IlBRie, only explanation ! and Mi VMitimc M'r. I.eoaj' Itay that she liegan to llten wlo-After ho muttered In hl strep; but he never Nettie liny. to found out an) thine. John Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Cotton, of ho Ihllig oxer the old dnjn In the Richmond, vfedtcd Mr. and Mr. Dave xliop. Anl what E(Mm doci It do n jenbiUK woman to hear her xlvtiig l.ona- Saturday. V. M. U. msota Tswrs4ay, Nov pnlli' reMwiting: "PUe imundt of i Any11111111111 ten Nt So Mr. It. Mrd.. at 2:30 V. M. thing Try our navel orange"? V. Sandors wilt lend Um asaeting. Juliii Smith', returning hour grew Carter, of Haroa College. Mr. later. Samamha grew tmre wIMy spant froHi Saturday until Monday, that I to Miy, she hid her grlefji Imv nenth Klnllet that Mdtlvely beutaed with his parents, Mr. and Mr. Mai nppnH'latlnn. Carter. Hut Hie day, when Jiihn Sadth Mr. A. C. Mikaj. Mrs. Nora Tester. nught the trolley, there wan n little, .MtatoM Snllir TeaUr and E'.hvl leternilueil wiiamii waiting for the ( ur-t- i Itay viiled Mr. and Mrs. trolley And when John Smith at Ilrynntsville from Tueeda) unwoiimn, t out the little, who had 1'ien i4terJng the ldewulk, til Friday. UMittnl hliu liamedlutely, ami got out Mr. and Mrs. llobt. Ilroaddu -- ii'' ery far uwny. nut family, Mr. and Mrs. Dave I.oag an I . And a gasp eiiine from her lip Mr nnd Mr Charlie tot ton 1. .111. wing her hnfebatid. nhe saw lilm fanulr. eat Sunday with Mr. Susan llroad- diri-c- t wuy hi iish the elult und dut, near liradahaw Mill. mean uarter of the town. Mird ha been Mr. I'hil Trother, wh Some low ereature Oh, M10 would .Sniiiiiiittm k..r.. far week, vtaitinc hi .iii' her a ttwsuo-lahliiiPillowed, fury und de.pnlr In her brothur, Mr. J. V. I'rathor and neice, earl. Mm. Mai Carter returned WiHlniday John Suilth turntHl Intv 11 low (Iimt- Mrs. Carter a to hi hoaie in Illinoi. It wa Suijanthu wiw tlMt will go home with him for a short h- .ria-errid. lw. Over the ihnir with giipliig lip: "JOHN SMITH. vML UltOCTIt. ' LOYD And there Mood John "Willi the .hop, wrapping Ida white iipruii round him. und rubbing hit band. Hut the Mr. Henry Hay ia ill with Millie faded from lilt 111 when he miw at her mother'. hi wlfe'a elpre!oii. o- There la a aorioa of meutiiiK What In It, honey I "Sniuatithat Mow did you tlnd oiiti" iiik on nt Pleasant Hill. "I 1 followed )oil, John. So till .Mr. and Mr. J. I. Kay were tho Oh, why didn't you tell ine?" Itay of Mr. and Mrs. J "I una afraid J 011 wouldn't utmid iuet I'm hat in.' the Unit Sunday. fur It, Sunmnthu. Jiime Sanilur spent Friday natht id nil life, building up a new bul- and I wiu nine dollara to the good with hi sister, Mr. Wm. S. Ita la.l week." family. "Oh, John, iiidjh t nia)ii t I come, Mr. Win. Matthew and dauithtvr,' pleiiil.il Ida wife. "Don't )oii spent Mondaj lemetuber Mioe du), tho.e happy Mrs. Tommy Murphy Oh, John, tliln U whut w with Mr. I.. L. Matthew. dayaT v,Hlltiil all the time und didn't kuow and Mr. nnd Mrs. Klrhy Teater on, J. - and (lagan were in I.an e d e nu-pe 11 BUCKEYE r' fair I Branch Store No. 77. Lancaster, Kentucky. Quality Foods ol Economy Prices JUST ARRIVED AVf't'iplr't' IIMM.rti.i-'- lt i f DlMJ. i n laiuu'd FrtnlH anil ViKi'talilis 'he nml f't., ; that i krn.i, familiar to every American hotiai-vwttri' vorlil over an a stnilaril of nuality. "Del .Monte" in ju.-- t one of many Nutiotmlh Atlw-ruselirnnds fonlureii in QiiMker .Mnid Stor l is in keeping with our policy of mIIihr. an t' l' -- el, e, 0r QUALITY FOODS AT ECONOMY PRICES! DEL. MONTE SLICED I lu , feet nlic' ui i. him, Suti-Iti- p iK-i-l PINEAPPLE Hawaiian Pineapple, : .ii-- rWt lynx-eye- CanH Nn 40c ('an Misclon Brand Sliced Pineapple No. 32c 22c 29ct. iJii Monte vntted Pineapple, Caii 25cts. and 15ct. DEL MONTE YELLOW CLING PEACHES No No. J'j ('nn- - 36cta. i l atw t- 11 i. uii'nl 2'j 1 Can, Sliced or Halves Tall Cans Slic. il Ui i 22cts. DEL MONTE FANCY TALL APRICOTS l a 'i Cans 36c SJ 2t 23c l.ariie . Del Del Del Del Del Del Monto Monte Monte Monte Monte Monte Dartlett Punrs, No. Cant I2cls. Fancy Blackberries, No. 2 Cans 29cta. Fancy Loganberries, No. 2 Cans 3 lets. Royal Ann Cherries, Can 50cts. and 3 lets. Spinach, No. 2a Cans ....22c Pimentos, Can 15cU. DEL MONTE ASPARAGUS Whole White 2- V - Cans Cans , tJL. JO-- No. White Tip.s No. Cans Green Tip No. Cans 1 1 Whole Green No. 22 ..42c 42c 38c At KENTUCKY. Hie How dellsbtlul, how Idyllic. Btiftolutely worship the wave.i Slu I'm su awfully itlad you tlk llinn. I had thrill don luTiualientlj tht Scasld. iutt btfore I ram swat. and ilauKhter, Anna MarKaret, were In Lancaster with relative Sat- lurday. M. raster Sunday to see Mr. Cotton. Mr. Ilarri Teater and son, V. Our buyers are. always on the alert watching for better values for Quaker Maid customers. Thm Battle Tret Trjntplinttd. One of ilii public park In Sacra nii'iiD-- , Oil-- , linn a grovu nf II trees nit trnimphiiited from batttellelili of th nr CUII Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday. Nov 16, 1922 22 Circdfmr Gives Pointers i;oy rratner. on Best Mr. and Mm. Wm. firccn were vii IntortMtintf Now.h of East End Capitol Gathered Hy Alert j tor Wedneclny nltsht of Mr and Mr. Buildings Correspondent.1 Forest Calico. ( There are many trood dairy barn MiMe Lucy and N'olie Turner were H .. i .Mr. Lean l.edford U not quite no cobbler make n pair of Ltaal tfolirfays In Alk. viti'or Sunday of MIjkmi Mollie and in Kentucky, but there nlo are wme t Alnkn tin ten oj .l,in jVw wcdl. shoe frmn ttrat nntih, well very poor one, according to a nevt YenrVdiiy. LlnrtWu' birthday. H'nli. That' Ktlul Hnme. ami all neeeary Increase Your Red.niood-Cl!- . Mr. unit Mr. Mlllnrtl entertained H with th Sure Wrl S. S. S. Build Blood- ... circular entitled, "Ilulldinir Plan for Mrtlnlnj iVfurrtllitii day. 1, I,aktr Iiictoti Mr' J reason Id. Mr. Mar- "'nl Sum,n ''r Sunday. Cells, Thi. Mns StrrnCtht the Dairy Form," which ha Jut come iln l.nhor ilny, .ln. twentv.one at dinner Mm. IVeMon Snyder tin mm .1 room in Park's lint. n, I in,. nhr In Pari the kn ilny (NVtctehor). .nrnre romP,. "'I off the pre Elizabeth Conn at the College of Tli:ttiksU Inc. Mr Snyder. Mr It. B Montgomery entertain-r- l nlr rfuw to lnatir n vrvat matir inn rtirUtlllllo Hint tl'lllTtll i lection VTJ gueat of Mr. Jot- - Jnmc. and I belnir distributed free two )our In 'm ember were to interested peMons. Too often wit'1 a IX o'emek dinner lait Krl- - bnauie ta In uutitr and Mr. T. I 1 alitl !jtt Mta fruit t MU Lucille Davl I at home for . visitor rrcently of Mr. and Mm. i!jr the foHwwinK: Mr. nn.l Mm, the outside dcmcnion of the bam few day. n S. Kmbry, in Lancaster. .1. 0 f?mid. Mrdamo U. J. Walk- are decided upon and an attempt Mr. .md ,Y Horn on Nov, 12th. t 1 MB V Tv COMMISSIONER'S Ml Whlttakir was the made to divide the space to meet the ' Mr, lllnlnn Kalrlili,,, n line liOV. .. .I " '" Sunday truest of Mr. and Mr. Squire need of the herd nfter the barn i Urr and Urnty I ranei and Mr. II lin moved to the lllame Ktridtre Whittaker, on Poor llldue. wUce. erected. It i best to consider the SALE OF LAND l.eonior i.etitoru hmc. Mm. Hdd Maker nnd daughter, lit number of nnimnl that nrv to be Mrtare. R. .1. and Woi Wulker Jewell Wallace (pent from Friday mil Arthur Hall and Mr. J. W Turn 'tie Mi Znda, are spending the weekhoued nnd then calculate the proper until Monday with his mother. (AUitAitn ciuciiT conn demension for the stall, bin, door., with relative in SomcMet or and daughter, of MlMiwtpp.. w ho I Dr and Mm. 11. II. Mmitk-omerand build IMairttilT, ( Walker, it al. have beon vhdtinK Mr. nnd Mm Prcnll Misse Maud and Hvulnh Voter and ventilators nnd window (Consolidated ( men) were in Lexington So.turd.ir. The future growth of v.Tenter, et nl. Woo. Walker, left for Wahu.Kton , ,ow Flnnmu Mae Lane were Tf.UM.lay accordingly. ,, ,. ... ,,oJ. ,. Defendants Henry the herd ali should be considered so Meidnme I. re I. ml ford and M. U t.ourt Houh, Ohio, lnt Saturday to inm uu are mlaus nijtht t;Uet of Ml. Carrie Sutton, mlnu lly virtue nf and pursuant to n Noe are the barn can be made bigger vitltinc in llariati thi week. attend the hfe Fok Hunt. Mr. and Mr. Alford Poynter and that it juilgmcnt )i the tiarrant circuit wihtout spoiling it looks, the A. II. KtrJdKo. of fieortcUiwn Court rendered in the above styled Mr. II. II. Mantumnery entertain-- ' .rMoad! children. Mr. anH Mm. Thomn Stone. of point out. case at the Augut Term 11122. di Collepe. pent the week-enat mime d delightfully Uirt WMlneday after-- '." '"fa t b no In. Tlafa were viiitor in Danville Saturday. Plan for three type of dairy recting me to sell the real estate hereMr. It. O. Wood wa a vWtor in noon the John Malcolm Miller Chap tbeiisanita'nr iifilrTri.eht 'mn ami womfn. Miwe Flotinie Mae and Savannah y inafter described. !. W. II. Ilrnwn, barn, the shed, or "lean to," the ''""on-rhk- . !!!,", 'v 'I"-'11. D. A Louisville the fiMt of the week. ter of the ' color rill The Unne were K'uet Wednlay night Muiter Commissioner of the darrnrd are shown and the two-tora r,rollT li'ker. will, on Circuit Court, of Mle ( lata llnrm and llertie in the circular. Plan also ore given m.iy fill ModN. M. U Noe and Lee I.eiV cheme of pink and white was curried In theInsMre ronfMrnre.your .ni i,ir,r. tlnh liwiu beautifully flrim-r- Ite acef (in. s Mul mnw from tbla- -' C,r MONDAY. NOV EM II Ell 27th., 1M2 ford are visiting relatite in Ilfirlan. out and the houe wa for combination cow and hore barns. Mow cm, Mr nnd Mm. Thoma Stone motor No matter what type of barn i being flrtar. !'"' at 1 1 o'clock A M or thereahmit. m J m Ilnrve HaltoM i in CiNcinnntl decorated in pink nnd white ., an ur ronr ir, i "iTiTi. I front f the Court llue door m thi week lookiirK at the tkmvt win- pink and white candle and the ire lmT. Mora jno planned, there arc ten essential fea- S. H. H. Wilt ed from St Louis nnd were visitor Imllit thftn. were also pink and white. Ij.IIm tanrater. K , eell to the highest and dow. nj r'ntli-men- . a the pat week of hi cousin, Mm. tures of a good barn that .hauld be Irfnr fire ilw.n t mule ynii look at public auction the folboat bidder Warmth, considered. Theie are. Paint lark Packet Hall girls went I'M- lmiwrr r rrltr. .W. t Tiko Alford Poynter and Mr. Poynter. Mr a Mil Mrs. W. II. Itoop are lowing decnbed real estate now Mm. C. It. Henry and children, sanitation, ventilation, light, drain- to KirUville Friday to piny the Kirk-- . owned by Henry Tenter and Frankfart frieme thi week l.unnford nnd lying and being in Car-rar- for a 1it. 'Iros stnr. iu two villi' team. A siitendhl game 'Th Urstr Jaire Milton and Louise, of Kirks- - age convenience, extra room, tor- County, Kentucky, en Wolf ' u'or' 7""l-- played. The Paint Uek team won 'JJZ from ThuMd.y age, permanence and cot. v.i.e. were visitor MNt the weekMm Addle DavU Trail mail and bounded and describ1km Jba JtW A detailed discussion of such thing yoil JJOyeixrttlf feel until Sunday of Mr. and Mr.. Milton ed ai follow, end with her utiele, Mr. OtUV lltdna 12 to 2. Several from Paint Lick again Ward. a selection of the ite for the barn, went along, including Prof. Weldon That tract of land lying and and .Mm. Iloinn. being in Garrard county. Kentucky, nnd omwI of the teachers. Kirk.-vlll- e "S. S. S. i for Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Foley. Mr. nnd walls, foundation, stable (Ioom, winta.e at Mcltobcrts Mr and Mr. W. It. Coup art ki'p-int- r on the Kentucky Itiver and near the been asked to play) tnirn h Mm. Tom Turner, Mm. Wm. Ilanie, dow., arrangements o fcows in the particularly Wolf Trail mail, more Drue Store." heue for Mr. M. I.. Ne dttrimr Paint Lick hh the latter' ground "f stall for covv', lenK'h Messrs. Tom llarne and Orear Whit-- ; ,ab,t'' bounded anil described a follow: Mm. Noe' al4ene arm .on. at a oint in the right hand taker were visitor in Danville Sat- - of stall, partitions, stanchion Mr. A. V. Iluyler ha rrturHii! to ties, manger, gutters, feed alley, fork of l.irk llranch. corner to lllake-man- ; Mr. add Mr, Olhe ltolan enter-- ! urday afternoon CmUl. thence down said llranch, N. Florida after .vrnl week tjr with Uined the following to alleys, storage space, ventila" dinner Sun-- , tr. and Mm. Lee Pendleton and' manure .11, E. 23 pole, N 5. K It) pole; Mr WoinIs Walker. ami tion, water tanks, milk house .. vf , dav: Mr. Margaret Hill ami twol ."II. r 1,111 tr... f....,n.. ..t iii-...- . - tt HAVIIl ..1nn.l M W I I pole; N. " 4. E 2u pidc; N I, , i. ,,.1111 (.1., .p. I'UinVjll .' I manure pits i given in the new cir. .. - , ;. pole to a corner near .Mr. and Mm. tor , N. t, E. I'l mil and Wm. Lane and son, F.lza, anil Mise ,.ichmom. cular. In ndiltion it contain. a numthe mouth of another branch; and in.oiirn mini w O Anderson. Mm. Addie Davi. Mr. Holman Drown attended court' Klonnle Mae anil Savannah Lane general Coyle. in llerea Sunday. ."'. name with the down the ber of illustration to idiow how to Mr and Mr. Fred Hall and daughter, ul1 J!r- - aJ Mrs- - Carl IVnillcton Sun-M- r. Stanford Monday. , rouMe of .i id branch. N SOS, W. build the equipment In the interior Mr and Mm. Tho. l.opd and I 'mm a A splendid menu was served I pole to a yeamore at the mouth J John Donaldson ha returned ''" of the barn. The new publcation alHnay of hu and a moot delightful day was spent of aid branch on Kentucky Itiver; children were guett I so contains n number of table showfrom a visit with iiirhmond relative. Itiver iter. Mm. Coyle in llerea. (town the Kentuck thence by all Mr. Hill entertained with thereof, S 2f. with the meander ing such thing as the capacity of Mr. and .Mr. Henry Tuttle viitc t Mi Irene Skinner, of (leunrvtown. eornr splendid muic. ' silo of V. 10 palmi S 62. W Sl Pole pdifferent size, the amount of Mr and Mm. Wm. llarne Sum'a I Snm Jenninu the Week-entruest nf Mhtae renairinr "LowI inir a iyrnmore tree on trie bank of WH material required for various mix Mr. and Mm. Noah Sebnitian spent Burns and bruises? iwid nvcr at IK pole in all 3t note MarH' and lleulah Ledferd ell Hill" which wus in a very had ture of mortar and concrete, the to a point on the bank of mii4 mer Two year aieo thi hill wa Sunday with Mr. and Mm. A M Mr. W. T. DeWitt and Mr. Mcw feed itorage space required by one nt low water mark; MENTH0LATUM in nrt rhis condition with never Merida. Dowell, of Frankfort, tpeat a few Jim i.ole: S. hO. W 32 mde; S IS. W cow for a year and the number of (Jreeti were Mr. and Mr. Wm. 20 pole. S US. V 1 1 polm; S. du thi- - week with Mr. W. It. ltooi. the slightest attention until now. kCools and heals. nail required for different Smd. of ; W pole; What would we think of a ItailrHnd Veek-eligt!eU of Paint Lick U't jHile-.-S H7, WIS 17 pole S. ill. Working plans for dairy work. Mr. VanWinkle. of Cleveland. O., 1)1 pole. to a Co. that would do such loose buM-ne- ? friend. barn and their equipment are given on the bank of atd river at tlx1 wa the guot of he hrotlH'r, Itev. Our ytein of road upkeep Mr. James Yunths wns a viitor mouth of Halfway llrnnch, corner t C A- VanWinkle for a few ihty a prominent place in the new circuIt Itn't Worth It. i radically wronit. Who is going to .Saturday af Mr, llntcom Pelphrey, llro.nlui; thence leaving the river ami lar. It is No. 128 nnd may be obThe only way to attain ierfectlon he the Moe la lend u out? un Halfway llrjtich with lU mean In Lancaster. to folleiv '! the inlvlip you give to tained free by writting the ExperiK 10 pole. S 01. K. 20 Mr and Mr. Oeor' Ilrown, of der. S tt!, The exteno-toof the White Lick Mr. nnd Mm Wm T Wn'ker upent oilier ment Station, Lexington. pole. S hlH. K 21 pole to a xMHt in l,anrcitor, kwv been with tholr ke from .Martha Wynn's to Ckrence or .Murphy ana corner to lac dam:htnr, Mr. D. A. Ilervey nnd Mr. the line IUIUird's gate hu just bren complet tract old by Henry Teater to L. (!. Hrrvey. Uaine. thence learini; .ud bmnrh ed. Contractor irant Kiddle ha put Mr. II. II. Ledferd mid Hob. Jr.. up a pendl.t mere of work and it and with the line of aid Knitie to N. 2tf. K returned from Virginia Friday to atthe heKinnini; a followtin enhanced the already valuable 31 2K pole. S. HO, i:. 22.S tend the funeral of Mr. White Hate, land r,, K 22 pole; S. Atsout alone tu route. 2S pole. .K 4 at Itirhmond. S Ml, K. .'2 mle. N pole. mile mure would connect Paint Lick K 12 pole to the wet nwr of putt I'ruf Weldnn occupied Mt. Tabor hy dirort trunk line with the vai way leadmi to Wolf Trail llwad prion Sunday night for llev. Cunt'nrteMVtile Miction which would be a thinre crofinc aid tway. S. 7 ningham. Mr. h Hi pole. IDS. h. h liole. h splendid sermon. Wokton delivered a boom to the tnnunes men of Paint 77, K 22 Mle to the beinnlHi;. Lick. One Hundreil and Three and Mr. ntnl Mm. I.t Shepherd, Mr. Utile acre. (103.H3 A.) and there and Mr. I. It. Shepherd and son, tllon tertained Mi .Marjory Kstridge en-eiteht of her little friends appurtenant to ntd tract and motored to Irvine Sunday for u tlay'e .1 p.irt of uihi' a p.ivvay a birthday party in honor of herj leading therefrom to the Wolf Trail vwtt with relntivi-- . Ith. birthday. The taWe wa decoltoad, which I tueUe feet wide, the Mr and Mm. II. J. Chetnut and rated with candle and Jiimnee lanmiddle line of which described a follow: llccinniiik: at a point in the children nnd Mr and Mm. Luther tern with the enke in the center. Hoad, thence leaving aul Peyton nnd little son. Hilly IliveM, Those who were preent were- Ma-Wolf Trail pent Sunday in llerea. road and running throuch the land teM Ford llervey. William and Harry' of I', (i Itaine. and loin; the ndt;e Mr and Mm. K. C McWhurter and Franei. Jr., Millie Patrick. Voodon! water of l.ick llranch between the Herve, Hazel, Motitgomery, Mimhni Snllie and W. 10 daughters, (tliiily and Halfway llranch. ,N. poles; N II. W II pole; N'. 23; were week-engtirt of hw 4ter. Marlia Montgomery and Kronen! W. 10 pob-- .; N. 'J. W. II poll-- ; N. .Mr., A. 11. INtrtdge and family. Ilalslun. 13 02 10. W 10 pole; N. 13. W. The Poultry Club had very Mr. Alford Chump pent pole; X. 131,. K. 44 pde to a point Wetlnexlay) day with hi parent hut week. He toroating meeting lnt in the line of the above ilexTitu-tract; aid above derribeil tract of left Saturday for Ashehind, where and i planning for another on Dec. I.iiiiI and i.mi liemi; the same bind he ha accepted a ptttioii with the 0th. There will be a shoelal program convejed by Mary K. I'ain, etc. to C & The next three moNthe will he de-- j 0. Henry Teater. by deed dated March f (larrnrd 2K, 1005, recorded in the Oeo. llrowiung and Mi Annie voted to the tud) of food and dre. Come out and leam ymir HeHehlmrs County Clerk' Odice in l)od Hook IttigoM eloped to Jellico ax were N'o. 20, pane 130, ! so much ihere-o- f They will go the way of prepalring uood thinr to' a wit by Henry Tt'ater. etc., con. married on Nov. Ota. Of coumo we will not looae our eyisl to I'. 0. I! nl lief by deed Dec. to housekeeping on the hill where J. oat. Intereet in HHiltry and if yon luedl .10. 1012 recorded in td Clerk' P. linger now live any Use, Olffre in Deed Hook 20, pae 373, the MeM. Wood Walker. It. J. Walk-ei- v will advice in that will Mb Syler above lccrthcd KiMway be with it nnd be triad to! and Arthur Hall. Mr. and' Mm. by said Teater in tid lat J W. Turner are at Washington ansuur all iuetion. named deed." Mb Kate Kiy eiilertainiHi in honor Said ale will be niiulc upon a Court House attending the National credit of mx an. I twelve month, the l"u Hunt Association. of her mother' 76th. birthday. All purchaer or purchaser hcini: reipiir-ethe children were at how for I he Mr. and Mm, S. V.. Had, of Ford to execute bund for eiinl amount due in mx and twelve month and .Mr. and Mr. Orville Cecil and llrt time in several year. Turkey eerved DOUBLE after the day of tale, payable to naid on. of Klkin, Mm. Anne Moherlity with all the trimming wm Muiter CommiMioner and hearing in for dinner. The following partook Ida Sander were nnd Mi gucatu terest at the rate of tJ per rent per of Mis Kly' hoiutnlity: Mr. Marof Mr. J. D HurchcH mid aiuium friwn day nf alo until KiitlJ tha Kl, Mr. and Mr. hi ford Kiy wilil iionu to have tlie force and eireeti family. ami cniiiireil, oi junction I ll. Me of n judgmeHt and to be and remain Train No. 28 will now be due nt dame Mary Highland and A.l.lic a prior lien upon the pioperty until 12.33 iiiktead of 11:20. returning nt Dnugherty, pa in on. of Covmittaii, Pearl Jam-H The iHiriMHe of thi sale i to net 2:21 I ..i., tloxiMU oi a. i. I SSI. Villi of I'ni-ia- . Mr M..t(i. l!..t ll..v tle ami Kiy off lien debt ndjudgvil Henry will not change time going to, Cunningham, Mr. nnd Mr, li. W against the above described real , but returning they are now ,, chiWwii, Mm. Ada Klv by aid judgment Hmi.iinting to btanfor. and ,,u at approximate!) J I..MID. Oil, a follow; Mr Joe Jamef. of Pari. Mm Kl I aint Lick now lia a good hoe received may nice present Mutual llenefit Life Insurance Co., Uou can now buy guaranteed, perfect Hair $2,000, with interest at ! per rent from Aug. 1. t022: Prenti Walker yVets, large size, made $350, with mteriHit at li per rent from AMERICAN LEGION PIE SUPPER Nov. 20, 10 IK; J. K. liobinmn ISO, with interest at il per cent from Nov. PAINT LICK HIGH SCHOOL AUDITORIUM FRIDAY 20, 1018; It IL Tomlilitoii $200, with one-thir- d the price 'l guaranteed NIGHT, NOVEMBER 17lh 1922 AT 7t00 P. M. interest at d per cent from March 12, Kxrhange Hank of 1010; Farmer example gou Nichohuville, Ky.. $fitiii.ilil with In-- t The biggest pie upper in the liutor of Oarrard County, the beet economy prices crest at 0 percent from Aug. ft, 1021 pie ever mndevill be wild. The'pri'ttwt girl attending this pie supper puld subject to a credit of $:i Jan. It, 1022; C. 1, Knight $1,333.31 will receive n five pound box of candy. with Interest at U per cent from Aug. SOLD EXCLU5iVfiLV Everybody I cordially Invited to be prwent, young or old, mul haw S, 1021; nnd the rost of- these acthe greatest time uf your sweet young life. tions. The proceed of thU pie supper will be for the benefit of the W. II. 1IUOWN, Master llawtroriln) (!. C. 0, IIEIDEL 3ANFORD POST AMERICAN LEGION OF GARRARD COUN- DOINGS AT PAINT LICK Thin? Run-down- a ilellehtful Sunday with Mr and Mrs. ? Sure Way to ,n Dairy Get Right Weight nfi Agri-cultu- re '1 , y m aavIt'tvW .' ,1rrri-',h- u ' d .:, . 'J? Z'L'T 1 time-powe- tt' ' , , 1 one-stor- lu .r Jee d wa'" SJ,,, ','",; llr. - '. tVl to-w- it '' ' mm ..- , j .1-- -; J d I con-ditio- n. 73. d yca-mor- - tilt; 1 :it '. c 1 0 1 1 - 1 11 Je d i i Guaranteed Perfect HAIR NETS rH sold elsewhere jor 15 cents of similar quality and size are I iiciy 1 1 ME m H ft .,, Cap orFrinye Shape All at all our stores of real tfairjory HairMt at usually pay another quality goods at real of our 1 .'.-!- ) BV - r, THE QUAKER MAID Al TomliiKon & J. llagby K. & obinon, Atty'. Huguely. Hay, TY, ARE YOU COMING? Cajit. Am Bouwe, Auct. H. M. Meadows, Post Adj. J. J. QUAUTY FOODS ECONOMY PRICES EDWAUDS, Po.t Commander. WADE WAI.KKIt, 1st. Vice Comdr. E. J Vne Central Record. Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Nov 16, 1922 COVINGTON III VS. Mn. Jesse C. Lynn Called Hence One of Stanford' very best women beyond the wiu called to mansion kle Saturday morning when Mr. Jcse C. I.ynn' plrit returned to the (Sod Who gnve it. She had been III n long time and surcease from uf fering mut have been Welcomed by her. For ome three week hc had been at the point of death and loving hand and medical kill had done all possible for her. Hut the trumpet had been founded and the summon was "Good B-- n LANCASTER HI (Continued on Page One) Capt. Cox know-Inheld for downs. three point wold help his tram boot-i-d the ball over for the goal In tho pame, making the point now 10 to 0 In Lancaster' fnvor. On tho nrxt kirk olT thr hall wm ngaln m Covington trrritor' until Lnnc.itcr held for down whrn thry again began the march down tho field toward their coal lino, V. (Jastlnenu IF YOU OWN YOUR OWN HOME you are proud of it and more beautiful the home, the prouder you are. Nothing' will add more beauty to your homo than Nursery Stock that will harmonize with the size of your home. Write or phone and let me quote you prices on stock that you care to selectThe best that can be had in hardy ornamentals Luck IN flnt field man -- and all kinds of fruit trees and plants. E. W. REEVES Bakingi so-call- Jfr "Good luck" or "bad luck" in Imkinjr usually depends upon the way the kitchen rnnirc work.". Imd luck. Don't blnme yourself for The GREAT MAJESTIC RANGE can be relied upon to brini: you "kooi! luck," because it backs your linking skill with uniform, properly-controlle- d heat. Let us show you why the Majestic outlasts cheap ranges twice over and then some. BUY THE RANGE WITH A REPUTATION. CONN BEOS. "Live and Let Live Folks." 9 E 3 F1F1 lJL 3 the lookout for a pretty face n(1 ft trim $1.50 a Year. issued Weekly. "K". When they encounter OI1C Payable In Advance. the-Ic ,f the is an-J. E. ROBINSON. Editor. of recognition, they smirk. H. L. ELKI.V. Local Editor nnd Mgr.," - - If the "come on" signal is at the Post Office ir Lan-- , t , fc , , j,ow , , . - ItA.Anil.rUii Inll ifi(a. U lUMII Villlil. Matter. The male llirt is becoming both numerous and insistent, THE AMEHICAN I'KEXS ASSOCIATION but there is a limit to his acLuutr, k., fonwkti 16. 1922 tivities. He never flirts with The Central Record by perfect interference on the pnrt of hi follow players managed to skirt the end for another marker, Cox again kicked the goat, making 17 points in Lancaster' fnvor. The half ended just a few minutes after the ball wa played in kicking goal when Capt. of Cox for hi second time during thin game placed the oval between the bar for three point! more, making 10 u .me nan en i wun iwcore ... m lavor or iinrnster. Thi. first half found Covincten completely outplayed nnd outdated by the Heber men, the back were gaining at will just becaue the line consisting of Ilratton, Kohlnson, CI. D-- , Orutchfield. Knvannugh. Cx, H. (., I.nwson and Ktes were all playing foot ball and were making n line that was impregnable. The back consisting of Cox, W., Robinson and the (lattineau lad were gaining fit will nnd were loud In their praises for the wonderful support that win given them at the kinds of thi linej that would have been n credit to most any college. ills-tnn- Englc House Lancaster, Ky. at hand. Her devotion and attention to brother and sister wa beautiful Church News and a wife, and mother to her hus well-nigband children, she wa ho), c'andy Thr u,p!l Ai), w perfect. They are all crushed at her Sale Saturday at Sander Meat Mar passing and their grief i .hare.1 by k.. filV(. them h rail. many fnend who loved Mrs. Lynn iday at the ti... ......i..... because of her beautiful life nnd her usual hour. The pastor will preach willingness to wirrifire for those morning and evening. The topic for nbfut her. When young Mr. I.ynn the morning sermon will be ''The ' uni(p( ,,h ,ne Christian church and JiiilL'inent Kent of Christ." during the year that followed she Mi Edna Underwood will lend th.. hnd been a consistent christian. The U. meeting at 7 ir. Srnor j. y. l of such a woman is inestimable Th pri.HfhiriK ,n.,c, ilt 7..30 p M ' and truly Stanford is poorer anil A ,,,wn, Thanksgiving number of' heaven Is richer by her demMe. ,,,, rpniy f),r (rtlr church pnptr ..,. u..,,. runerai nerviec were Held at lie , ri,t,,,n ., late home on Knst Main street lit 3 not puhcnhed for it, ak fur this o'clock Monday afternoon. Mr. Wil- months 'sue. You will enjoy read liam Severance and Itev. P. I llrure mg It. officiating. Interior Jeurnnl. Baptist h WATCH THE Ordering New Fresh Goods every week. That Good FLOUR hKYHODY WANTS The Dilfereiicc You Sn-K BIOSALE . R. J. ENGLE I.iuiniMer.Ky ,,. 1 Near Depot Harney o'clock, the spirit railed away une of our great friends of Garrard county, Mrs. Harney, who patd into the (Treat lteyond. She was born April )Hh,. 1SS3. She had been married twice, rirt to .Mr. Squire Turner nnd later to Mr. Kdil llurney. She had been in bad health for some time, but was ti liable to leave her room in her few last day. She leaves to mourn her Io four sisters, Mr. Silas Matthews, 'The Hound Any fool run make mone, but it requires gaol judgment to hold onto Iist Monday morning at 1 1 of Heaven" The subject of the sermon at the Christlstsi fhureh next Sunday evening will be "The Hound of Heaven." This is the title of a poem by Frnn-ri- s Thompson In which Mr. Thompson speak of Cod' Spirit a "The Hound uf Heavi'ti" and lake the position 1200 Xmas Presents Free beauUful gift book, "IWrt for the Common l'eple by a Country Hay," free with each A v v hois-Enter-ed . i . his own wife. Rate For Political Announcement,. ft doesn't pay to Say mean For Precinct ami City Offices. V 6.00 j things about other people. It 10.00 For County Office Bves them an insight into one's For State and District Offices. 15.00 own character and enables .10 For Calls, per line . .10 them to "come back" without . For Cards, per line hitting wide of the mark. For all publication In the interSaying "mean things" indiest of individuals or expression of individual views, per cates a mean disposition on the 10 line part of the one who aay them, Obituaries, per line .05 . Idle rumors are busy little things. In time they are often accepted as stupendous facts. Any person can suggest something that is utterly absurd, and there will be hunA neighbor suggests that we dreds of people ready to beform a I'ooster Club in this lieve it, especially if it is at the expense of some other person. town. Fine! The next time you hear a There are still a few people juicy piece of scamial do not be too hasty in swallowing it in this community who are not whole. Three fourths of it subscribers to this paper as may be rumor grown to huge. strange . t. .. tit may seem. .1 !!.. U1C IJUUSIl'l JUIII illlll proportions. ' get after them. Get them on our Because a man has a reputa- - subscription list and their mon-tio- n for telling the truth is no ey into our pocket, indication that his truthfulness' We'll boost for the town if is in all cases commendable. you'll boost for the paper, and Some people with even the then we'll all be boosters. best of intentions do not know Is it a go? how to curb their tongues. Once upon a time tho olHce They blurt out the truth upon sought the man. I'ut now, we all occasions, and particularly fear, it is apt to accept any old at the wrong time. sort of bones that comes along. There are times when the Public office is n public trust cause of justice and humanity only until after the votes have requires the suppression of the truth until the psychological been counted. moment for divulging it. Any other course would rosult in Mrs. C. B. Holder disaster or a miscarriage of justice. Passes Away A wise tongue knows when Friend., herv were deeply grieved not to wag. to learn of the death uf Mr. Cha. 1 anyway. And since we are judged as much by what we say as by what we do, it would seem the essence of wisdom to say something good or forget to say anything at all. When a man begins to got gray hairs his wife begins to let it be known that she is considerably his junior. And that is as it should be. Knowledge comes ironi experience, and experience comes with age, it is true, but we can never airord to admit that the feminine member of thu matrimonial Arm is "getting along in years." Our wives must neer grow old. Haider, who passed away at her In iletva kilt Friday. .Mr. Holder was the wife uf Itev. Charles' II. llnMor, puitr of the Pleasant (rove church in inn county, she to gether with her (unhand being dearly beloved by all in this community, and the incwret ymrutthy of all go out to him in hut sail bereavement, iluri.il took place last Sunday after noun at Ileren. a large concourse of friends having guthure! to pay their lut respects to a beloved woman. II. hum There is but little change in this week's styles in women' attire only enough to require new gown. The woman who i Flirting has become a pop- other people "a piece of her mind" ular pastime- with many men wion has none left for hemelf. who imagine themselves irreNever get peeved at the fellow who sistible In their dotuge. fall to laugh at your Jokes. Voo They stroll along the Btrcet can always let out a few yourself. nluay, giving Intermission The Sporting Editor tried to gain ndmision to the Covington rooru between halves but found the Coach of Covington' o deep in his "dope" to the boy, that he could not get in Just what this gentleman told his charges will always remain a mystery as hi lads came back nnd in the third quarter played thr local, otf their feet. However, the Heber men hnd too large a margin and his urchin, could not come from under such a defeat handed them in the first half. Lancaster' heroes went through the Covington line in the first half like a dream. Throughout the third period the Covington boys displayed a wonder ful passing machine, their passing wa great and perfect nnd had the Heber boys guc.ing for n while. The up State boys managed by this means to score their only marker during the matinee, Galbnueh of the visitors failing to kick the goal from the try for point. Lancaster during the last hulf played defensive ball nnd Captain Cox working behind his wonder line managed to punt the ball where ever he cared to and In doing so ran the visitors to death. It was very common to see him boot the leather trophy for 30 and HO yards. Lancaster's wing men were in the pink of condition, a, several time (.awson and Kstcs on these long punt would down the Kenton county warriors in their tracks. C. G.linr.u M.kre Fifty Yard Oath During the last quarter with all hi foot bailer on their too and playing superb ball, the b.ick managed to carry the oval for some great gains. They managed thi time to get on to the great paslng machine of Captlan Schulte who wa the outstanding star for Covington, and in this mnnner they intercepted many of the visitors' pmses, only to lose the ball by hard line plunging. C. Cnstineau. who played the game of hi life, tore through the Covington line anil raeed fifty yard far the last mnrkt-during the matinee, he ran fifty yards. Cox missed the goal in try' for point making the final core L'r, to 11 in favor of I.. 11. S. Tint Line Word, fail when we try to tmnst the strong line that held like a con crete foundation. Cruthcfield, who has not recovered from Ins Richmond game, played as If nothing had ever happeneil to him, while the "red hemled" (I. D. Koblnton played with a sprained ankle during the entire last half. Ilratton at pivot posi tion placed hi ball with care, while Cox, It. ('. and Kavanuugh could not improve on thoir clever wrk. Kte and Ijiwsom plnyed a great otfeiuive ami defensive game. Jut n the clock in the old Court House tower struck four lleferee Hynr was notified by the time keep er.s that the old game whs over He Immediately" took the inflated leather and handed it to Captain Cox, who In turn gathered his warrior around him and in one great yell sent up a victory yell for I.. H. S. and Covington Hi for the greut contest of the day. Covington HI congratulated the victory team of Luncastcr and both eleven signed u new Armistice and wished for euch other success during the remaining games. The wore was (Minted on the tenth. er trophy nnd placed beside the eight other that' Lancaster Hi have that the Spirit wrsue the sinner with the same persistence of a bound on order for HtMr. Send poll tile trail of It prey. The concept of card tetter for latest prices on Mr Thompson and the diMiiwaUon dating, ami UIMe. Mrs. L. A. SimtMon. Mrs. W. M. used are startling if Sherrow and .Mr. - L Cobb, beside the sermon will be a consideration of HARVEY M. ESTES a host of relative and friends. the view taken in the poem. All are "Aunt Matt" u she was kswwn to invited to hear Uie sermon Cfirt lawn, Ky. most everyone wjis aluay rendy and willing to lend n helping hand to Uloe School Itecaue a person like ou i r who knew her. She was a member Roll of Honor for SrplrmHr indication thai he i willing that ke of the Methodist church. willing to lend ou money Funeral services were conducted by tirade I Hani Spark, 76; Orade the Methodist preacher af Cunn's II Carl Pollard, 75; tirade IV Al Chapel. She was laid to rtst In the lie V. Marsee, hi!, Kdna lleurne, 715; Huckeye cemetery-MucT. Hrown. 70, (high-est)- ; Crade If you need money ympathy is felt far the be(Doing wor Cnide VI, VII reaved family in the loss of a devoted in both grades), Harry lllank. SO, on yourjarm, Januand atfectlonate sister. Jus. Itourne, K'J. Ily an oversight, ary put in apthe nume of Ja. Itnurne with an av from u has left us, plication NOW erage of HO was omitted from thi And our hearts are sad anil sore, report but month. Orade VIII Dut again we hope to meet her. Speake, bt; Nannie T. rn.,; !, When life's journey her Is o'er. 2? Srt; Ida HsHirne, 77 ami Kwsu nl Herring Vl--J- a. Ifl, St-t- er e Interest 5 I.U3H 1-- we are lonely, darling sister. And your fnee we long to ee. And some day Hp in Heaven, We together there shall be. Ye 71). K. W. Keeve. teaei.rr las ip Work teldom bother He tneMi't do enough Sue Shelby Mason Agi t Ho:is There to sing the song of Heaven, re a Some tongue sharp as To our Lord nnd Saviour King. nee but by no means as valuable After life' battle are o'er. And death has lost it sting. M. . lourt ; r tf inJ Abstractor I ANCASTF.K. KY H. MMSMMSMMMMMMSSSJJMM1MMMI (Jive u thi day our daily bread " und plenty of it. ii . '. T This is The Month To give thanks. To eat fresh pork. 9 To get the oats sprouter started. To cut ami burn the fence row w eeds. To clean the roof gutter of nccu raulated dirt ami leaves. To feast your eye on the gorgeous color of autumn forest. To watch the price of eggs mount, nail prod the pullets into laying To stop every draft in the hen houe and guard against colds and roup. To gather a good supply of garden soil for use in window garden and starting boxes before the ground freeses. thoro- To ee that the seed corn ly dry before hard freezing weather Make ure you have plenty don't guess. To feed the young pullet heavily Proper care this month will do a lot to bring a big egg yield in December To get all the corn fodder i nder cover, where it can be foil conven lently. One of the slavish winter every few Job is hauling fodder day .from the field. To begin to make friend with the bird. A little regular feeding will make one's 'home a real bird haven, nnd many tun be coaxed to stay with you thru the winter. Farm Life. -- Hoosier Kitchen Cabinet We liayu on display at our storu a conipk'tn linn This victory team came out of the scrap in very good, condition and are now hard at work for the contest that will bo playcii un Leavell field Friday week. Substitute: Henry for Kuvunaugh, Kavanaugh for Henry. Time of Quarters: 15 minutes. Coaches: Heber, Lancaster; Jours, Covington. Referee, llyars, Transylvania, Lex ington. II. Linesman: Wllmott. Cyn-thiu- of HOOSIER KITCHEN CABINETS. Kvory Ktyle and model possible for your convenience.. Special prices are lieiiiK made on lloomer Cabinets NOW. Our prices are riuht none are hotter. HASELDEN BROS. LANCASTER'S BIGGEST STORE. The Central Record, Lancaster Ky. Thursday, Nov 16, 1922. inmmmmm At the annual tin va election which held laxt week nt Hamilton Col. Irgo In Lexington the following young women were complimented by their classmate in being chosen; The CoU Irge Freshmen elected Miw Kllinl-tSpencer, of Springield, Mnss.i Mia Laura (Sunn, of Miililleslioro, Mis Jane llnsrlden, of Lancaster nnd M Helen llarker, of Lexington. On Wednesday afternoon- the John A .Malcolm Miller Chapter of the It. was entertained with n ten by Mrs II. II. Montgomery at her beautiful WEAR-U-WEL- L lr WILL AT ALL TIMES STRIVE TO GIVE YOU SERVICE COMBINED WITH QUALITY and COURTEOUS TREAT-MEN- T, ALSO OFFERING YOU MORE FOR YOUR DOLLAR THAN YOU CAN GET ELSE WHERE. suburban home, near I'aint Lick. Tic darkened room were lighted nI pink taper. in silver holders Ik notified by a profusion of 'all or flowers silver vases. The scheme uf pink and white wa a o artistically rirrted oat in the '. ltoiou refreshments. Mr. Walter C. ( o. ..f I.ar er. are receiving rongrii? i rn tions up'a the arnvnl of a son. Mr ! SHOES DIRECT FROM FACTORY TO YQU-NMIDDLE MAN'S PROFIT. SAVE $1.00 PER PAIR BY BUYING YOUR SHOES, RUBBERS, OVER-SHOEAND RUBBER BOOTS AT O S ruber 'Hi, , 02'J, at the D v lie M'" t ounty Hospital. aim Iti'vu Cox w before her marriage lllar,-Phillips, of this place l"r. n " re haimeiv, i i new i f tenth of Mrs. Clmries It.1 H..I if. t IWea. She wa thi The Red Fronl U. Holder, pa tor of Kev t arU-LANCASTER, KY. Pleasant, tirove church in fiarrard I III! im mi well known m Boyic count, wan county. He has the sympathy of his mey fre nd here in his berenvvir. nt. Fii'M-ra'wards, Hughe llro. and Mis (Irace were held Sunday IJRYANTSVILLE ili.-at at Here. - Announce-Aldridge. t was made tcoiny that Mr. Hen The Masonic Lodge entertained n Mr. II. V. McAfee was in Danj Hi .on has joined It. (!. Wllmott in number from Lancaster and Nicho-lasvilville Monday. and the company thi Lodges Wednesday night Dr and Mr. 11. C. Hose were in tt w.i Known in the future as with an oyster supper. The suprer and ll rin.on. Mr. Herndon has Lexington Saturday. was served by the Ijidies Aid nf the Mis Zlllnh Dawes has bem the .Methodist church in the store room ma fr-- Is ,i, the community who $.5.00 predkt for him n success in the new guest of Mrs. J. I., ilutler, in of Sutton Ilros., and consisted of lit!' Mr Wilmntt moved here from fried oysters, oyster stew, celery, I.i. .ngtnn n short time ago and has Messrs. .M. Cl. Kennedy and I'aul pickles, tomato catsup, bread, n cnj- 'i-- an excellent trade in the fuel attended court at Stanford trr and cotfee. There were four Kot bus ness The Wilmott-llerndo- n Monday. cnnilidntcs for the tlril. tlegrce and Coal ( ompany is located at the old .Mr. J. Ilogan Hnllard and Miwjthf neighltoring Masons came to Dille'-allr.ck Yard. Panville Mendny swt in conferring thi degree. The Lee Hnllard spont enger social part of the evening was great- in Danville. enjoyed by every one present. Mr. C.T M. Dean and Mrs! A. T. Scott, Jr., have been ruecnfmiUrrs ! The many friend here of Mrs. C. Ur.r ' H. Holder, Mr Tom liny wa surprised .Sun- in Danville. of Iterea, wife of Rev, day n large crowd of friends and Mvr, of Pleasant GVove T. c- and A. .Messrs. C. M. Dean relatives who came in honor of hi Scott. Jr., attended court nt Stan-- 1 'hurch. were greatly grieved to hear !ay. fift.eih bir'". of her death which occurred at her fonl Monday. ft guests were present. The home Friday afternoon, after an .li.Mr. and Mr. Robert Hutchinson, nes extending over several was beautifuiiy decorated with itou-- e week. of Itnyle, were guests Sunday of Mr. yeitort and white Chrynnthemum. Iteside her husband, Mrs. HolMany guests brought cake such as and Mrs. M. (). Kennedy. der is survived by three son, the only Kentuekians know how to bake .Mr. K. D. Kennedy, of Stanford, eldest being II years of age. The and which made a delicious repast ha been a recent visitor of hi entire community deeply sympathize wj.cr served with ice cream and nephew, Mr. M. O. Kennedy. with Rev. Holder in his Krcat bereave, sherhcrt after a delicious menu of nient. Funeral services were held Miss Jane Howling wont to Louisgood turkey and old ham. at the Ilerea Christian church Sun-da- y ville Saturday to witness the Centre gui-st.nVparted after upending The afternoon at two o'clock. A Leo game. a most enjoyable day wishing Mr. and Wn.hington and number from here attended. I!ay many more happy birthdays. Mrs. Kliza II. Il.illnrd ha returnMr J 1.. Thomas and daughter. M.s i.ce Kay spent the week-ened home after spending several days An excuse i only a poer substitute V were visitor m Danvdle Sat- - with Mis l.illle Mae Arnold. City Drlvms. in Lexington with Mrs. V. T. fir in apology. I lav In an nlley miiiio iiMlt ra tir Mr n.i Mrs. T.iylor Hulto'n have iiirns rldliii: h 'M AHe tli i i)Mr Crrn-h- , who I attending been visitlnir .Mr. and Mrs. Kverett ilmtir of titMifs id) ttie iKIleteent. a Mr and Mrs. Collier C. Dawes, ofl Trouble comes quickly to thou ,0,,k,nK for U'.. (Srow, in Kichnioml. week-ennt Ilerea, spent the tnli-tParis, were here Saturday, the slirlll mil hturil hlirli-k. r Inc. "tt4n blm up liMii- n.-i- i hiiu of their parents. Dr. H. At home folks. Mr. and Mra. J. V. Ubodns, of Tm. !lcoumulalion of money comes d op. Aw cn lie nln't hnlf open." A IWrt MtntlM el th Cmlni Dawes. ' Jeasy to some oeoele. The? never tav with Mr. 'Hfnt the week-oro- l Gwmgs by T)mm Vs Art Utcrtiltd In. Mit Mnrthn Ileitis, of Lexington, j Jlrs. Sam llnlcomb. who has Hevni their .i.,).i. Mesvlcms Seal Qrsvct. i4t been a recent visitor of ht-- ami .Mr. Alfred Maleor. . quite ill, Is reportetl better, much to A Jlo.tci.. tuii-in Tnrt.mother. Mr. Klkn llettis. n .Mr .and Mrs. I.ee l'almr and . timer I the delight of her many aciunin- - j Some people are like hornets. They I la twnt hlial Mrn Jor Francs was a visitor in I spoilt Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. oh oh nrt" 'luilv hnrmlesi as long ns you let .Mrs. Will .Smith, of Rich- Mr. and Willi n le in uoi tanees. If&nvdU- Tueslnv Dm falulesi eliai-- , ( ti umd, bnve been recent visitor of Will IMImer. near llyatUville. chun.1i i thom i,U,ni'j The mtllo of the Methodist IIiiih di'llleil tUr Miioleiin. Doty. 4ti u )' served hot cnlTeo and sandwiches eh-ofather, .Mr. Howling is vMUmk Mhw Lillwn l.ubi Mnlear ka Mi returned pes' ir-it eer- jjran nnmnllatel) tion day at which they realized a j Xever try to convince the fidlow r latlVM at WnllnceisMl. know it all. It requires bnun veral day .Mr. and Mr. Hugh Mohley and home after spendinu tin' ln.rlnl. neat sum of 5fi. tu alcorb knowledge. at f'otto!itn;r:. Hon. Clay KautTman haa iUirnd little Mta, have returned from a few tith relativo Large European Churches. .Mr. and Mr. John J. llagan, of day vwil t rtdntfvn in Cincinnati. from a May In Cuvltiicton Miss Orie Miller, of N'iehiduvilie, St. Ivier- - Mihetlnil, !(,(.. . .Springfield, were Dally Thought. here several days hu returned to her home after sptuiil-ln- r Mttiinv .ii'' it .f :.i.i.i; thi. How tunny tiling. IhiUi Ji.t u, . . Mr. Itrwaddii. who live-- near week, the guest of Mr. and Mra. J. I Satlfnrd in v.aitinsj fit-- t eathiHlritl at Svllli-- . Siwih. lil.oil; several week with her cousin. i with hsr Jut, are Mit.etloncd by sister, Mr. Mr. M. 0. Kennedy. lit UifJrnHge ami Richmond. Ihnm .aile.trHl. Mlluo. vim :i7lssl; Dara Rata and will spend the winter .Mfcw Allene 'lliomas. Kliin !t. I'anf. ItiHitv. Italy, '."iissi; m. Mrs. J. W. Ilryant, Mis Mr'. Mr. M A. Howling, af Kov. II. W. Whitaker wont to I'ari Turl.e, -- t.l"i; Ison, Mrs. C. M. Dean and children, NHte i 'nn. Kraiue SI.USI. the guest of Mr.". J. C. Robinson. visited Mrs. II. II. Montgomery at Mix. It. L. KMrtdgc. of Paint Mrk. Tuolay niwfct to jrivo an aildress for n Younc l'oople's A(kttmMy hold at Paint Lick Saturday. Tl.c Dull Point. .Mis Jennie Swopo, of Mrhbury, and Msa Mary Notd, of Danville, art' the MethoJM ehurck. Mers. J. Ilogan IUllurd and Kng-lia- h It t I ami wort, tu 'Hi a ttoli nan n visitor in lantmtMr Monday. guest of Mm. Jumiw Wood ami Mr. Dunn were in Lexington Sntur du a imwI h islibtT. t'an't . Ww.tR Mr. and Mrs. IU.I. I Hole am) Thsrre Is m iiiA AmMnsn thai Is day to see the ball game between Wont MisMM Panni and lilvvnril l.nne, of l.einj;tH, sptwt n nets h4hi. 'Hwl Centre and State Freshmen. uaititic io m( Mra. lijdsHrltH I (row n him returned have recent vt4tf in Ilastvillf. lust Sunday with her sic tor, Mr. and W Ibo l hvpt l. e K.irbt k lntiH to her from a visit f several Mr. and Mrs. A. T. .Scott. Jr., spent Mra. .1. I Thomas and family. . ul ; hit .i IImi ne Ui Vm hhI Mrs. KHMlioth 0Uor Simp- Mr W. $ Cnrrlurnnd Mr Cloy St-tu- n week-enin I aim as tar with Mr. ito duii.ii Miu .mi ii. Farm the IN IXiHUttNI. The many friends nf Mr. (!rH Utm. attunded court in Stanford Men- and Mrs. A. T. Scott, Sr., and atClay Walker are sorry to bar of ker lav. tended the foot ball Kit me. .ur ana .urs. mo, wgg ana on, illn.s at her home un DaHville April Fading Is Old Custom, Mr nnd Mrs. M. O. Kennedy and Ml Mary Mae, Walker, of Paint Mar. Miae Meade Mcrimnn ami " swiicfiHinry orlstn Ita avenue and hope for a ipved)' recov their an est. Mr. and Mr. John J. v M7 Lick. na keen visiting, Mm, J. K. Vaughn, f Heron, spent io A)ml r'tMifn day 'llio ery. llagun and Mr. 1'. S. Suttun motor-- ! Do Your Feet Heh gf iMHHltMnktntt posM at thl Mrn. I. Mmuiol. 'ifeiy with Mr. It) hiisM' tu I In- edHo I.e.xiugtOH Frnlay for the dny. Yott or Hinder Yott? Mr and Mrs. L T. Wilaon. f Uieh llttH" W irm-vt- l ViM I'raf. faul Ily.l an.l faiiA' h has inuiiil, Ky., were Mra. Jmmt.t M Stal,(t,tn. Sunday of ICull lexiit.,1 ( Inaiu. lianinl iUtU Ther will el no service at Vigorous, healthy feet help n da ish HIistlH du nurta-li- s tk Ku.t uf iMr mothor. .Mrs. their daughter. Mr. and .Mr. U N. II. Siiuday on liruve chunii ou! They make your on liirhMiMi.l 4rHt. imk ..a ,uu Huuiiier .i mv- IU A Mnrk.hury. nturnil to hor Miller and little dimeter, work seem llithtrr they ANtta 11. dtttint iieou:it of the recent , t'.Mth uf Mr. t.nk l HiU-i.-l lime. nublc ou to enjoy tiling. Wapur. t C. II Holder, of Htrt-atint wtfe af Mr. ( urtw anil little ttoy. of I!Im. home in CviHKtM Mamlay. On the oilier fund, untbv . of mom), hate beuM reeont "Mo' MuMssti" New b.oaaii. comfortable, strained, .Mr. Ths. V. Stonu and Umnie Mrs. It raaie Ilwrnili' McKuliertu aching feet make life a l. I of all, ThMWha, many fiaad rrliitlve i luincaster. bore nt Ml in... and little daughter, lletsy .Margaret. brute, of St. IHiis, ilo.. nvolur.! MlM Hm l'lll.lk-.lllltontinualtirutlrry. Ordi( "18 at iiarine .MOBUiiiiory are very nary shoes with urging Mr Stella O'NYxl llulilile. of Horn who have been guesu of her iiarents.I througti and nr stiMtlhiir Unwr hMi letM ime rmlMMrMiil where lliey aliMUH' t to ktiaw-- that shu Is at ihv srclie nuke trouttloomo rut, lius leen ieniliiiK a few ila Mr and Mrs Joe llurnsidi', imve re- - leymoon with hi cousja. Mr. and xmi two mi ltrynt.vill irwi in Teiepnone HhMtige lect. Arch Preserver ul the l In uhraliMlitin teood In au (tots llatui Miiri'i'l t tneir home in Covington. ,.Mt. Alford Poynler. th Mr Shoes, becJUM: the built-i- n agtiin lor a wmie. order. I .toii't aihiM-uteiomsh arch amies ii p a ml stay Mr. and Mm. Davu Sutton, Mrs. ! Itev A. I1. Jones, of Wllmore, wilt mw I nlis.' oii t'lin'l i4 uptothcinttcp, keep the 11. ltay, Mr. fct-Ilrynn Wilniot. Mr4 i it, wvll. You fan nuke apptiiNtnu-n-t mi:ht." till hi regular at the titer your feet healthy and It. S. llruwn. Mrs. Motile ltrowti and trutt Xwf Motli JUt church next Sunday, both vigorous by wearing Arch Mrs. Alice Hunter, of Xlcholavilli r anil evonmg. The evening morr Shoes. S'ou'll LUNOAKOIA statitU high .tlmto all kpent Monday with Mrs. Luther Itain. bedclightetl with the good, at ii:;iu o clock, it serv.i will removing preparation in ipiickly ey smart styles, too. is urienty hopisl that a good crowd Coughs nnd Cold. "Hccp-ienteAbOUT THE VALUE HERE present. A message ha been recelveil here Coughs and Colds are a menace to will the LUNtlS." Take no chance with Ai ng .thine from here who at- JAS. W. SMITH announcing the death of Mrs. Alice a syrup of merely pleasing taste, but the funeral services of Mr. tetuit Dunn Atlanta which occurred Tuesday use l.l'MiAUIMA, rccomim-iiiieiami evening at hir hanie in Denver, Colo. um-i- bv Nurse and I'hyslrian. and C, II Holder, at Ilerea Sunday were, Uneiiualcd for Mr. I Mrs. II. W, McAfee, Mr. J. Mrs. Adams is well known In Garrard proclaimed the best. sure throat, dltlicult breathing, etc. A. Trumbo, Mr. W. T. (Jrow, Mr. i ounty ami her many relatives and You be In Hue Your t!0c and M.'--O bottle. fririuU have the- - heartfelt sympathy money bark If uny other preparation S. M. Dean, Mr. and Mr. Floyd Cur In their Kreat sorrow. The remain approaches it for good results. Manu. tis. Mr Russell Curtis, Mr. W. K. are expected Saturday und the burial farturrd hy l.ungardia Co., Dallas, Duvth. Miss llmel Carson, Mr. und BBSJJJBTJBSBaaBHaBBll FOR SAI.K II Y KKKPS TIIK IXXir WKIX Mr. Wen King, Mr. James Warford, will take place in the Lancaster ceme. Texas. DRUG STORE. McROBERTS Mn. T T. Ilunlette, Mr. Harry Kd .N . .i WATCH THE UNUSUAL VALUES WE ARE OFFER- ' . ' - jt ING IN EVERY DEPARTMENT. Sanders Variety Store .- f s MILLINERY jCOATS, SUITS, DRESSES , $12 and Hats al $9.00 New Shipments arriving daily $8.00 and $10.00 Hats at $6.95 $6.00 and $7.00 Hats at $4.95jand being marked at prices that Hats at $2.95,wil lurn them rapidly. Get $1.00 and Don't miss this opportunity ct.on high grade headwear atour8 wh,,e the to Igood. rediculously low prices. $lf f le Wll-mo- ... , Jlr. A Happy Birthday i Never before have we ottered such values in SHOES buy them now. Shoe weather is bound to come. We are also showing all the newest things in OXFORDS and STRAPS. The One Price Store J s House of Quality s d Gossip About People vsv tnl-iii- ) d lilM-mli- - - . guiit'10 1 1 - antf-Mrs- s. . l , i ebtl-dre- - .. rrf c Iwiim-ijim- i hr Jce - ftr w, , ti- Iu, lat eu.-lni- Ti-r- ltK-aro- 'n4 inlind, hui )h wt-o- ,i . Its-e- S5un-wr- ens-ti-i- " ad .tn.-lfi- J turt n"t viHn utr. n.-- ll ills. je ma e iiii.ii-iiimu- t NO , I'rcM-rvc- - d Lexington Special Patent Lexiniton Prize Patent Always Flour 89cli. cii' i 75c-Guarant- I the Judge. - lr C. K. Engle JIMS t . (ll-U-8t- .) I 1 Thm Central ftocord, LancMtar. Ky.. Thursday Nov 16, 1922 HANDLE ALFALFA WITH MUCH CARE Experiments sfiow It to Be Ex. cedent Pasture Crop (or Live Stock and Poultry. MAIN IN RATION of or 3 2 Baking Cans Powder If they are the "big can and cheap" kind because they may mean baking failures. the economy Garrard National Farm Loan It la hard nn hoth fwresrta nnd ckilttrco and quilu unsermmar lt4 hA cnh. wit 111' Smpor lu mlk, all Hitli.i dll.pr,4. tiito." il (. t XV. km . rri. s i,f se-- l lt O. Federal Farm Loans: RATE OF INTEREST 5i PER CENT. B. V.aaiKlft. Cmrrai, For information see G. B. SWINEBROAD, .t Secy-Trea- i. ESSENTIAL CUNNS CHAPF.l. CALUMET BAKING POWDER Don'tletaBIGCAN or a very low price Qrten Fftd Has Good C fleet In Maintaining Egg Production With Htnt on Fret Range Grtat Ban. gir of Olojtlnj. ll'rrJ bt The result ! I Asrif-uiiu- I'nll "I i sit. Iattm.nl I (strait mislead you. Experimenting with an uncertain brand is expensive money. because it Wastes time and man ittmt The sales of .Calumet are over 150 ft greater than that of any other baking powder. THE WORLD'S GREATEST BAKING POWDER There will he a pic supper at iWood View School Houe Friday Little George Hryant is on the sick niKht, Sow 17th., for the benefit of list, the school. Green Mr. and Mr. Clarence jr!( )ora I)aviSi Mr5 ,,;.nrj ani motored to Kichmond Monday. Mr. Addle Davis anil Mrs. It. C. nndjltolan spent Veilneilay with Mrs. Mr. anil Mm. A. U. Carter children, visited at Keren the week Kate Moler. end. Messrs. Charlie Hryant, Cecil and regular ap. Nolan Stenettc, Misses Cora and Mry-tl- e filled hi Rev. Un Carter spent Tuesday night with pointment at Level Green Saturday Mm Corn lioop. and Sunday. Miss McQuerry, who has been at Mr. W. R. I'ar.on and son. Pent-lewere called to the bedside of her home for the past two weeks attending the revival at Good Hope has re-- ti lister, in Harlan. rned to resiyiie her duties. Denny 11., the little 5on of Mr. and Mr. Eugene Calico and sister, Man-dMr. J. M: Calico, i suffering with double pneumonia. went to Hroadus Hranch SaturMr. and MwBcthel Wren anil baby day to see their uncle, Willie Calico, were truest of her parenU, Rev. and who is very low with turberculois. Mrs. V. II. Hryant recently. Eaklmot Hold While Regatta. Mr. and Mr. Andy Conn and famthe Ksklmos whale hunting gusets Sunduy of their I Amine In the ily were the much nature of n reiriitlii, .laughter. Mr. Enos Combs and Mr. honor going til the boat which kills I'jmb. w tin le of the pennon. the tiot CARTERS VILLE i a, nliliilinil b tin United Slate IVartliii'iil m Agrlriilture ulid the tnrloiis state extort men t stations slum tli:it alfalfa Is an evcellent pasmules, uml ture rrop fur hogs, chickens, lint mil,! lie hillHtied line-fullwhen criueil with entile uml sheep. Unas are prohuldy the best lite stix'k to emir ni alfalfa, hut a siimll Srnlli rnlloli with the p.itiire Is neees-saror the best uihI iwh. pilns. All kinds nf Hiiltry rellslt shonti jtristi ulfalfa, mid it tins to h.ite a good eftect In iHalutitliiliig Hurt. H2 production when the hens Imir Mr. and Mrs. Dock Simpson were fiii rnii'e. dinner guests of Mrs. John lnnd anger of Bloat. When entile ami sheep iir- - allowed Saturday. ll ul fulfil ptiire there Is great ilall Mis Ola Lee Parsons spent the ger i.f hlirit. Hits i p.irtlruhirly true past week with MNs I. urn May Hurt ill the huiiild Mt'tloiis of the eotliilry at Point l.envell. I lion t seeHls to he Krifltf l when the I I fill fit l Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Chandler were j oiltig ami telitter. hilt there are other iiiiViiiitlniis regarding the guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. Harvey Tea-te- r us.- - of ulfulfii fur cattle ami heep mt Saturday night. ture thilt IHll't ! oliertcd. Thes' Mr. and Mrs". Heather Murphy general rules are Do iml turn (l) t lt- - si oil; into the Held when the al visited Mr. and Mrs. WIIHe Ktnutrk. fnlfu Is net with ruin or dew; ('.') let in Cottonburg recently. the iiiilinnl fissl mi other forage, Mr. and Mrs. John I a ml and sns, huy. lefore turning them In mi alfalfa? (.1) nllow tlie stisk to graze were guests of Mrs, Hettie Kast and only a feu minutes at a time until Mr James Kat, in Jessamine Sun the) hnte heenmf iicctitnlied In It. day. uml then ill. iH.t take them out of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Mumhv and the tlehl except fur Hater. (I) sow wiiii' grass with i lie allalfa and hate rhildren were guest of Mr. and Mrs a leh nf cni'i where the stock ran Ottie Selxistinu, in Nieholastilte Sungrnle at any time; (.") lute a stuck of day. hay or lraw III the tlehl to wlileh the Mr and Mrs. Dock Simpson, of stock may hate free (() hute Itichmunil, were here for the week lilt anil water eitll aecelble. end with Mr. and Mr,. Irvine Simpson Hard to Get Stand. Ihperitneiit with ixisttirlng alfalfa nnd family. hate shown that It takes time for the Mr and Mrs. Herman Doolin wi re stand to beeoine estahllslost unit th.tt here for the week-enwith Mr. and It mnj he seriotllv llilured. If not deMrs. J. H. Sparks and Mr. and Mrs itiir, lfn Mr. Siln. Matthews i improving. MT. HEBRON Mr. Joe Ilurton's baby has pneumonia, W. L. firtiw sold to Mr. Irvine Mr. Miss Sue Welch, of Jeamine, Is Dean iome corn at $3 fit) per barrel. a guest of Mrs. J. U. Kp.irks. Mr. IMd Grow, who ns been quite Little Miss Mary Katherine Anion ill with Inllui'tma is improving slow-- ! has been ill with a severe cold. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Humphrey Mr. ( has. Duncan sold a iot of corn are with Mrs. I.ou Klla Murphy. Mr. John Land purchased six calves in Richmond court day, for IHO.UO. Over $5,000 in Prizes Mr. nnd Mrs. Wm. Masters spent Sunday with Mr. nnd Mrs. Jesse CasFAT AND FEToiNG CATTLE ey. SHOW AND SALE Mesdames Arthur Dniley and Alice Itay spent Sunday with Mm. l.ige to .l iferent parties nt $.1.00 per barrel. Mrs. Penrhie Oroiv sold AO barrels of corn to Mr. Kdd Crow at $3.00 per barrel. Mr. Joe Pierre and family spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. U. C Montgomery at I.oek Miss Sallie U Mjrros, who has been njrslng Mr Hdd Crow returned to her liioe.e in IrMlieaiter Tuesday, Mr Henry lluble bought of Messrs. Wm Onstott and W. 1. Orow some shoals at 7ets per pound, delivered Friday Misses Kdna nnd Geneva Denn, of Bourbon Stock Yard LOUISVII.LF, KY. November 23 nnd 24, 1922 Ml Jessamine, were the guests of their grandmother. Mrs. A. S. Dean. Satur day night Mr. and Mrs. Harrison Dean and daughter, Mildred and Misses Doolin and Field, were in (.anoaster Sat carloads ol choice Kenturky and IVnncssee lat steers, tiHl catloadtof I'rinie HabyHceves (rd by the Hojs' and CiirlV Clubs w ill compete in the Junior Agricultural Club I'xhibit. 2S unlay afternoon Mrs Mary A. Sanders was ' the guest of her daughter, Mrs. H It. Montgomery ami sitter, Mrs Pearlue Grow, u part of last week. There will be a play given at the School Auditorium here Friday evening at 7 30, entitled. "The Sweet Pnmi!) " Kvrrybody is invited to Proeeeds to be used for atten.' buil ling barns Admission IT. and Frxotits. Liberal pric ttill brine many carlojiK of fancy feeder. 25 Kcgistcred Hereford, Shorthorn and Angus bulls will be offered from Kentucky's leading herds, BOUItlON STOCK YARDS CO. pref-eruhl- -- Kiuralonui and fnlrmiinf. (en's rami V aerr; 0. KIGNKY W li. Dlt'KF.RSON -- W. 0. RIGNEV (Wire I'lHiri IN. & CO. lift.- d Claude Sparks. Master Karl Vincent Parsons burn-et- l his hands and faee very painfully when he fell against a hot stove I'M' day last week. Mr and Mrs. Otis Stotts and children and Mr. and Mrs. Steve Agee were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Hobart Mo Saturday night Mt'sdames W. II. Hay Funeral Directors and Embalmers ' Kesiiletne Lancaster, "Red" Bleod Corpuscles. i Kentucky. Tlie Csctpt.on.il I'fcplc. NICE ter. CITY RESIDENCE FOR SALE 1 wish to sell privately, my residence on Danville Avenue, just outside the City Limits in Lancas- Modernly equipped will CITY WATER AND LIGHTS. HOUSE OF EIGHT ROOMS. WITH BATH, ALL IN GOOD REPAIR. TWO ACRES OF GOOD LAND, ORCHARD, GOOD BARN AND OTHER OUT BUILDINGS. Terms reasonable; possession January 1st, 19215. Those desiring to look over property may call me over Paint Lick phone 11-- mm WOT -- CLARENCE OREEIN. I.cok hefuri)iiu leip. Il. Mir you an ilKht and then take unutherlook. Dultith lleuld. Electricity Iteo-a- j s Splendid Field ef Alfalfk. Thought for the Day. Kindness trj Universal Klmlneos is Hie sohleli whM leit U IhmiiiiI GiM'the. Bond. eltulli hy I i dentllle bow that elecirldty spnnit any faster. Falls as Fertilizer. huvt; failed to makes heeda t.i, Krusps, 'are hut huses; liul tins lire nrtllleiull) iiourljlusl Suspicions That Kurt. Sunplelims that tlie mlml of itself uud put of others, haw stlnirs. Mistral Has Its Uses. The mlsirnl U a 'hin'pi: lml which the n swis'ps the iinlrnl plHnii nf Km nee to tin- - Mediterranean. It ilrlei up the iihhMv mumxes uml the iniiMpitiii. hihI ,iiUoile tie pir pnntif wlthst.-- I It fr-.n inreless t'siiall to wnit until the third )enr the alfalfa liefore tiirnlni: IikL hi .Itlil. i:cii then It Is uisessary s atoti) 'oter xitnrluu'. trnzln at Improper stiiue of irmwih. nr u'riiilne when the hunl l wet or frozen. When siieh rare - tint taken, pi nut die, the stand thins, and weeds eome In. tro)iil. hy It Is best ii GRASSHOPPERS PREFER OATS When Food Is Scarce Insects Will "Mot Go Far Out of Way to Search for Pleasing Plants. When tarlou k'ralus are available the t:rwssho",rs prefer nat to nny of the others. riHirts u Knifed Stale-- . t s Into the mlml . I.onl llat-iiii- Threshing in Tioet. Thn llireshlui; of Isirl.y in Tlhi Is an iiiiiiiIiis prM'ei.s. it u sirewn ev- erul lliehes e,'p In Nil IneliMire i.f hunl en rlli. into whleli a iiuiiiher of yukM, frluliteiieil hy it, heaiint; of drums, are f riven lun-f rli oter the h.irley , ' the World. nf able liieutor). who spoke of "That fnl- euiilro nhiMte innriilus ilruiil-heat- , lowing the sHli IHhI keepl'ic nimpmiy With the hour, elieireles the cloli-- ! with mi uuhrttl en ilwln of the manhil airs of :iikuihI " lie Inol eonie iirrosn the Imiiiii'I rv to Toroi'io some Hiiht yeart lsf..e ami us in- - wmto he he.inl lie !' i' i o t the retellln s mar h lu Jhe It whs hmili'l WeliHiur. luiM-rllil.t-lii-r:- Heard Around ' ! Iku t of Aurli uHiire lu tr Iloneter. when food is hops-rsearee the will not c far out of the way to seareli for the plants that please their palates ino-- t. I'i'pnrtmi-ii- lu .Mnlituim. ' MADE FIRST FAMILY GARDEN of According to Figures of Department Agriculture Many Farmers Changed Methods. and I'rentis "rl" MihsI rnrpusclrs are It lnki-- s all klmls of men l.i make a Walker and Mr. W. P. Ung visited In reality straw ron when sen world, oiv. the klml nlw of singly, hut when sivn in masses they j lln-t- r wealth ... the tatlsu irftlee (!s. Mrs W. P. Long and son. in flplstir red nnd do cite the tdnod Its ' teston New . last Monday red color, bright red whin full of Mr and Mrs. Hubert Chandler, oxj sen dark rvd. nluinit mrple. Paradoxical but True. Mrs. Harvey Tenter, Mr. and Mrs. when t!erli.. "TIm. him... i hii.ii.'u.s Is a w..iiier-fil- l ,,f llielr ottgrii, hit Ii.in.-Wm f i. ii. .ii Isbell were guests of Mr. and throiiah i!i,' ul i.li.erM.i nn Ves ' j..'i-,-.- t appreutl. e fore Mrs ("ieinmie Murphy Sunday. l pn i. d s .n l limn. hack Truthful Sam. Mrs. Mnttie Harvey, who had been hi and made i "Samuel, ih' o' take this wniuaii making her home with Mr. and Mrs. for thy lawfully wislded wife?" akel Silv ,J:ittrii'ws for the past six years, the colored ireii. Klancttig nt tlie JOWMITEiCO died last Monday, November lith., dllllllilltlte, waters-jisl- , how letfsnl .OUIftVlllt, KV, at ten o'cicok. She had been in ill hrhlegrootll, Who stood beside .'10 liisUu4lt tUI ' Ah ri health foe some time but up to niiiiiis nf fi'lnllillie assuralltv few weeks before Iter death had been lakes itothlu gliailiill) resMitdi'd the I fyU VMus MM tisikeil,belli' "Alii a faithful attendant at church and hrhlegris'ltl Riw Furs A I. fries Tillies, visitor to her friend and relatives, especially any who needed her tender ministrations in grief or iliness. Mrs. Harvey's maiden name was Kast Her first marriage was to Mr. Sipjire Turner and her late husband wa.s Mr. hd. Harvey, a Civil war veteran, who passed awoy years ago. She was till years old. She had no children of her own but her motherly heart endeared her to the heart of every child. She was known to all as "Aunt Matt" and the beautiful tloral offering lui'i tenderly above her frail Are you carryinp; a "roll" of money around in td form as it was arranged for its eteryour pocket? If ho it is not earninp; anything for K nal rest, bore mute testimony t the you. Possibly it i.s beini,' fritlered away little by esteem in which she was held. Funer-- ' little. al sertues were conducted at Puck-eyTKY the better way, the profitable way. Open b her pastjr, Hev. Morris of the a saviiiK.s account and keep your money in this bank. MethmMt church after which inter It won't fritter, but it Wild, earn intorust for you. ptact in the' church v.ir.l ment thep N'ieho-lasvjlle .,1 ' nkrMnssi - Is This Bank Is Worth Money To You. e o-- SAVE MONEY WHEN Y0UN6 9 ENJOY IT IN AFTER LIFE Young men who would enter the decline of life in comfortable circumstances should bej;in to save now. V.- - The approved modern method of saving Is a savings in the home bank. This bank Invite. yount; men and young women to Join its family of saving depositors. One dollar opens u savings account, and any sum may bo deposited thereafter. ,ac-cou- nt mid sixty tliiiiisaml Two Iuhhm-i- 'I families either louile llielr first home piirdeii or ('haiiuii llielr pretious wu)s of ClirdeiiltiK lu I'.fJI. us a result nf demoiistrntions of improved methods hy uirrleiiltunil xinilon nceiits, iu.' roiilinz to reHir(s nslttsl hy the L'nlt ul States Hepartnit'iT of At;rlrullure RUN DOWN PEOPLE NEED RICH BLOOD YOU never beard a doctor say, ii all rundown, but In blood is pure and rich." BALANCE RATION FOR FOWLS r Putting Out Trough or Mash Is Not Sufficient Hens Like Grain. self-feede- of The l."t thing the hiKSCU thing Dial Guile's IVpu.lan'an tine is to IKirify ami enrich your his si. Then llniso weary, run down, dragged out vim ami omc Iwck again, Oct tuday. Guile's At your druggWj liquid or tablets, as you prefer IVpto-Monga- n feelings will disapt-ar- . Most "ej" :incl o THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. S. C. DENNY, 8 4 PER CENT PAID ON TIME AND SAVINGS DEPOSITS. C.skUr. c9rui $50,000. Honor Roll tank Surplus $50,000. r or J list pultlni; out u troujjli of n kixmI tuiisli Is iul eunuch Most hens like criiln hettel than the mush, and If they arc allowed loo iiiiirh umln they will nut eat eumish uiash. Kis'p down the urulb so the Iteiis eat up at least as initrli umsli u Krulii, to keep uu th laylua; ta Urn UcptoMantten Enrich Gudtfs I The Garrard Bank & Trust Go WE SELL TRAVELLERS CHEQUES PAYABLE PARTS OF THE WORLD. Lob Heather. Th Central Racord, Lancaster .. tnursday Nov 6, A" I'd 2 glllllHIIIIIIIIIimMIIIHrHHHM rflffffflffal BOARS Bred in Old Kentucky Huy a DIXIE BRED BOAR to rro.H on your Krwlu now and watch tho resultM. Don't tnku n ehnurc kvI a DIXIE Kunranteu Man's Promise By JOHN PALMER TIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIU it. Hit, Waturn .N.aparr L'aton.) Clara Itnrto itto'id holillnc th nevtapnper with It nnniHinrrment In tier linnd, ami In the that alio raw- - It all In ri'triKp'-c- t I niticN nml ulut Morn not to Maine They for hnvlne lined rneir other. lialf-inlmil- e i Gasoline BUY 23c US ) FROM iui SAME PRICE as DANVILLE and LEXINGTON with every honr. 15 BIG RUGGED FARMERS' PRICES. FARMERS' BOARS AT Before Come- sRum (7 7 IntriMliicl liy T:lhi'r tirey, llttlo Morula who had n knark I of ttfttlne holilj of ntlmciluc them, and then lolne their Iind n lllshty lfii ''.' I We Have Forced The Price Down Shov your appreciation by giving us your ft 1 ' Dixie BROS. & J. Stock SANDERS LANCASTER, i- M. AMON, PROP. Farms. 'irr a KY. It i no trouble (o keep our Snn- - ir.ii'- hut n ami ram oprn jf..i '"njr urr a 'ot of forbearance to keep ';if Free cruh of appetite it month abut tre xpenrnre ( ti ni. ticliinl the tkiiloualt' Mrs Km. Mark. US V. ISiS EL. f,aY.nBairth. katataa. aaaat Moth l I ri tr Utt h.lp In lh I aarM far an rimunt irvthr. am xb nwithr af thrti rhlt-lr.anl ImixJ 'Mother Irland' Snr. ban "Ifolkar" Frfou!" U rtttrnatlr f. EXI'KCTANT mother; do not auffcrlnc njr tontar, and lt),' birth on I INthir and Clara worn frlemN fur n two nucli uomrn could In; n nil dfplli friend Clara, who nml iniloti and Mnrrrlty, nnd ltlu r. who rould tniaii vrry much to nn)otie Iiitsuc alio iiH'nnt fo llttlo to iii-t- ltiterrt. patronage. ' in liernolf. Clnra Mooat with her hand In Hint of rrotiri", and In that moment Mo kni'H' tlait .tin' Iind found her ilrMiiiy. u Ii If you will, hut Amuliic7 thllilltt do exlt. .Slut knew of a doulit that Mio Mould neti-- r kin-w- Crown Gasoline Quality Guaranteed Polorine First Class Oil Work lr , i'r rrrat stimuli (here !; ARE THE I nircum, motltr lix.Tn.nl. In nlii raally ar. read. Jaat th.ma.Wr. lo tit rh.narat tljrina? mlmr and at cLIU-UrtT'.r "Molhra'a TrUnr Mir tnolhrr ami arrarujmilh.ri iHt Dmi't -- an. briar, tun llraM.M and mooahlk It. to Co.. Krrulaiar PA-- l. AtUata. (.a., far !r luU. In format to alnkti ahwuM CHH In tl.l alwit tt alxknrM-nIt ftvlrtra aaar allnwa th , Urt aftd rart- - muttut ami rwl i fur any other u - , Hk tlMit SJm limn lio rould tiring I'ran-- , rl to hor feat with n slnnc-p- . word, a setiire, iln ntii-- j I ' CONN and ' CONN LANCASTER, KY. In a That I'Mtilnc for liHh. It wa aril ka a next day that il ICANCER ANY LUMP, espc DANGER SIGNALS j THAT MAY MEAN ANY SORE that does not heal particularly " tic .rr a 'Matktr't Pfl.rnl' or harmful druc It la aaf la no mUtllut Aol'l rrraan an-- t plain oila. 8urt fix u mr 'Mothrr'a rrUrvl" raw a . i rini u aM at drutf a rjnar n c rr. 1 1o r U. er rant. In. n i i osplalniil tblntra when ho rnlliil. ".My, ilhl nd I'ninrl tnkali with ath other lnt nlclit." he' Mild. "I .RptMii' you know- - ho'ia umr IMIht ju Clara fadt her hisirt lnk. She could only tur dNintdy Into her frli'ml' fllCI'. rhiir I acker w'rrici 'r in e 6 Pound. t . .t.rii..' i a hum li M 1,'t McROBERTS DRUG STORE GUNNS CHAPEL (l)plajrish Ineiirnldy "Vo". Ufr ' jrawra." Mild IMher. "She'' anl . Vlota-ntIn nn jo'i know. nt fint, Imt imu they ay hhe alti all ilny In ii wirt nf nhitliy. Slie aloeMi't ' know- - l'rarn-l-. Shr may lle fortyl wlfi-'- i hai-In-- jard. i. ' com inr a.irrleil nd 'aiiio of fr Som ixupli take more itn nn,l tr, n. Hi irylne to llml how-- to unh d'uni; ii hiird thins, than they need to do It And woret of nil. tJifT hi tue one of the iii,t torlMi-- i of Ihilik'N to he found on thl mi in. a-hanci. Yt. We've Met Them. M. S. hlc eurlh ' HATFIELD DENTIST UiTira I'hiina-- t Probability lll-h- cially in the breast Any irregular ing or discharge (i O I bleed- tongue, the about mouth or lips indigestion Persistent with loss of weight 12 MM I) I A T i: L V Kl.riTAIIt.i: tatn. ' ICENTUCK"i that." LANCASTER. She had latarta-a- l ixit lltt hla-- that V niimWr frtmi hcut attMMivd rama Info her kead. Shi' felt the tell-- ! Court at Hkbniniitl MunalKy. tali tlaMa In her ahead.. "Itut how Mid It N!" Mttatvr Cllf Hurt Mo raeavtirtxl "Wrj. Aad there' no illvorre for fr.im an alkiek f Mr)itiirta. llint In thi tat. Iteolile-a- , 1'ranrl MINERAL DIRECTOR v!r llarrry Twitvr awl Mfc Ht-halletea It' hi duty to Walt on the Tratcr arc ill with tntliln. chance tkmt "tn- - may nina day Ofllce Over Nationnl Hank. Mr. an.l Mra. J. U. SfMrfc vi4ttNl Ilrildence l'hon 3. OtHce Phone 27 , nw 1'rancl Clara n'eral tlrin--Mr. ami Mrs. J wo Catvy SwMtuy. LANCASTER. KV. tin Mime. Iirh It wu nluii) nt Mr. KtMtrttt'jr Atlaavt and Hulwn Mfit tha'tn off Into fairy-- 1 "f Mri. Wm. Mil- - Intnl. They eonlil iot ho happy apart' wa rr rrrcitl Ktirtt Mr a.l '! Uatti rvaty m Mr. ill. Hrnl SIntpMn vr lietor know anjl"ly ucnln. wni heart-hmlifn- .' enr. I'Ht ln- - i lio'la,i. Mia II Kninrli bttt ni"."l into ottr (HHMintinlty. Mlla oiicht ti n illvorci!." ini'riMl Clara. "No. I don't mean ta-- t or Tho Offico S. hlllty I Garrard Bank Retidanco 37fi I enoush to nviiw that ililloiliy nm ho atlriai with inythln: Ihat I mere ly prtihuMav Ja.t.n Mewa-- j philopliir It the Guide of Life. r.iitler ilailnreil Unit prol.it- the mililo of life; hutffew lmva hai-- tin- - III aim, limi In A hoy l'lill,.i "Uiiin- - hv." J. A.Beazkv i- Wanted the Money, Anyway. writ-iat ehinl Inline fl(r money. Ill rathi tiiada a lliual nlvliic in a rent-.- n that he ilhl not wlh to ciMiiuniate hit u to iuiiio it H.ni."lirifl. The oii. not to Ih- oiitainii... ie; "t vnr' I:nl: Will jon k'toll.t "a nil me s ti uiil ia l.aj-- 1 inii-tlii.- ii.n Woman Has The iiih, TO A IIUM'IT W OK A U-r- . l'llMCIAN AMI INMVT t'l'ON A Mr. anW Mr. J.' CbWartr Spirit ""vt Cktont and I.tr SlwpMXi JiiOk'Jt-to- r TIIOK(r;iI DON'T wait to see if the condition will go away of itself DON'T use "Patent Medicines" ICXAMI.VATIOX DON'T allow advertising "Cancer Specialists" and "Quack Doctors" to treat you DON'T be guided by anybody except a thoroughly competent physician rhnaUn.xl Utttir ilauKhtwr ltua. Mdmi4 Irvina Ttetitml Mr. l. ItobWtt John Friday. Mra. Amaiitia no.VT m: r ii r. ash a.mi:i to talk akoit CVNCI'K i ThuraJay. Mr Silni MnlUlou' imil Mia I'ourl Matt i.w. who hav kvM quitr ill, ;irr bf!tr. Mat r Otto SttttpMn ha munuM from thr hrr)ital in DnimlU ami M lolttaT nicfly. Muwca Am(i ntiti I'lora May wra-nnn- t Ktteate f .MUitM lUmio and HeaatiV rr ruiU of Cltmiu mm! Mm. J. D. KWitt k ii. ii t w v s mi i: ,v i. v s r i: v v i Snit.lr were Mn-.r- Mfr. t Twitttr. Wulkor Master ami Crcil kuimM f Mr. William Mr KUi-- t Satunlay nlnht. anal som wm JdiB f Mr. 1TiHitipti Dnvt. of "( Hint it pretty n vxchanu'r rl can make a fool of ht homt-llIt . un umo. that t..m.i..M I t IIU'll. the haniUomo mnn i m n ncod of , tium uch anlntanc1 u-.- . , ' n i" . im.." anthi r t pa m i'rM vr common t.i ir ?1 mi r f T x am kV JP It Ilurkryai Muiwlay nh'Mt. Mrr. Talton .Mny, Hurvey Tentin u rrooVt'd er and W. K. WaltUtke r wr Sattiralny. rxm tinr JoMimmr on liuim The achotal fair wMuh w.t tai httvc liicii h.1.1 httrv InM Katuntay was lie woiT, tao. Tliey dioihiT, how- hsti.)tiaii ott aeeount of dtittlioriti. aner. not to write to nch other Thnt Mr. Titltan May purchnaoal a yaunc wroulil have hai-- unhennilde. If eer rnuU- - from Mr. Harmon Pavia ad one tho time eamo wIhhi I'rnnels wn free, from Mr. W. It U'hltwtt.r. of lluck- - he vn to Hime to her. That wn inuninl. aurrl-ftao.- from earli other. And then the In-ellnMf lmpi'i'inil. She wn In hi nrm. "Pnrllne If VETERINARIAN. you will he a my wife to me, I'll Jiit a true n If jou really were my, U Aa..airaai 'rM,ill) wife In law She ran tieer reenter." I h,n. 7 'irl' Clnm'k MrUL'itli mii n hard one, arid rrnnet' plcaillnc" did not maka-I- t LANCASTr KP'lt' ' ' any the le formliliihle. All her In-hli" Mlncl to crliil out to uhlch offer, to llml Hint hnpplne rould only exlt for her In hi arm forj a not any Ami It moral law or Mclnl enentloni that her, hut the thought flnnlly Money to loan on farms. of the poor woiiihii III the li)lllln. privShe tohl htm that they mint part List your farm for sale ately or forever. auction. And een thcrt he nliiimt iwrniadi'd Office over J. W. Smith's Store. her to chance her mind. Kneadlns at her fea't. hhlnc. holillnc her hani!, he heccail her to reronnlder. "My life without Jou will t im I v. til t L'larn would' por4hle." he ald. limited Practice yield. to di:fnio,nc and "lromle me one thine." he correcting defect til. "Will jolt he true In lite a I will of Eyeii.rht by I caw for. t )oti? Ktr I can of the iUtinir any aiihrr woman. I Minll never hik, ' proper claie. nt nuotha-r."I pnml' you." Mild Clara. "So DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. Ion;: a I llu I hnll kavp thnt prom j Opposite Gilcher Hotel. la. and wait for you. And. If wi- Offica Hour A to 12 and I to S p.aav ll re neer to he nii thine to each otle. er, t liall Mill ha happy In Hie 1 Dr. Printus Walker ia. 1 Iit ha r i I prohleiiii If h iloitht this, he lmul,r.-.iul- t liN wife aluiiit pmlilinio I hnl unity are prnhleno, phiiinlui; manl. keplni; up wan the imil nitiuln the lioiiie to Milt a many illlTi renl tiiMe n there ure iiiemlier,H of the family. Exchange. Csmc" Jeb. ..Ihi ilitiiki h him.elf. Green Clay Walker Law And Real Estate at PLANT THIS FALL FRUIT AND SHADE TREES j BLOOMING SHRUBS SMALL FRUITS CRAPE VINES EVERGREENS PERENNIALS In fact, everythlnn for Orchard, Lawn nnd (aanlcn. Our illustrated catalog thi year I the most eont pletinu tarry hook ever Issued in the SoulH. It I free for tho inking. II. F. IHLLENMEYER &. SONS, Blue Grai Nunrriei, Lexington, Kentucky. DR. J. 1 J. BYRNE OPI'OMIiTRIST nt pla-a- ner SCO tv. 1! iw?2ov-ii- m 3 5? November tit.. Armistice ay, is a sort of in. t tlay in the W niational Fourth of July of the world. The tlay you tttrt your Ihwt ank nceotint will be a K'reat tlay in your life hltory -- it will mark the date when you buj;ni your real t'U.siuass career. 11 1 hLs-tor- y If you are unfamiliar with tmnkinn eiiKtoms, of our courteous tlrop into our bank any tlay ami oHicial.s will make everything tl'nr to you. Then when you are ready to open yo account you wiM unilerstantl the procedure. w She had eenil ofSur..:ay. ill, feri of mnrrluee. Mri. Hlebanl I'.irkur nai boaxi Sim Iind neer nen him, hut Min Two ohiMrun in often heiinl of Mni throucli her friend u:th prntumunki. tin- - family kuvo nw bun HI witfi Ill1 lMher. lie wim iroiierlnt:. il I'htchria. wife wns Jiit the Mime. Sho would' never he any hotter, and ho mlshl . IllUd ha W. II. Morri har Saturtitiy vvonint; and! lire for jixirn. He had nuktil after Clam one or twite. Hut n the jean Sunday and i oiHtlnuinR the orvictii paa-i- i he rented lo do no. r Then one day Clara aw-- lu tho llmt hi wlfo wiim ilead. Mftdamo Itobort l'anttM and Jno. Ami ii treat of happlne J .hhI, Mnttur Karl Vlnront I'uroiu. J II. anil Jamtt Krnnkliu wok lllled her heart. Ami rnvn-ll- linen ho nnd hil)lns little Ih'llii: ImniT guests of Mr, llarvoy Toiitor, lares, and thine that u lirlde recently. She wni too hy to nduill Mr. ami Mr. Dock Simpon, of; ery much to herclf. Itut the mem ory of I'rnneU' wiih tll umiii I'leataiit Hill, pcnt Ike week-enIutc with Mr. ami Mr. Itaynunul; her Up, (he memory of hi fare a kinrleil I'nvu and Mr. and Mr. Juan Uitul. heTwo or thnt day hefnre her rratv three ueeka pummiI. Jamct Kdward, a littl aon of Mr.! el mut he huy with preparation. iind Mr. Hyatt (.ill, iivd recoiitly at. He would aoon come, parhup that' the (iibson lloipltnl Itlchmond. in try day. Thru khe read In the newpuNr th Peuth wni lut to nu'iituiKitiii. took place in the church nrcouiit of hi ciisascmcnt t l'.Mhei The parent have uur !rey. yard here. sympathy in the los of thi little How It Work. Out. one. "Whero uro you tuklnt our hu j Iti-vpa-pa- And tlie )iar Im'l'.Iii to pas. Theyj Cnvw aad! went Mr anil Mm. Charl lowly at tlrt. then fater. (!n!lrrn of Mr. iind. 'Pki'ii they gnlt'ipail. Cl.tnt had heenj kuosU Mr. Ilimm lintl anil ckiMrun )ut tHriitj.Ihe now he was thirty-- ' all. The Store of Quality ONE i ur PRICE TO ALL rfunl ' SHOES FOR MEN, WOMEN AND CHILDREN UNDERWEAR DRY GOODS lll SWEATERS HOSIERY NOTIONS GROCERIES QUEENSWARE pur-rha- d ' klei TIN WARE ' and alljkinds of KITCHEN AND DINING ROOM .SUPPLIES CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK. Itoy id from a vlvlt to mint, uml nu trying to deacrllx I tlio fnldllie ho had tiecn lea'i-In- e In. "It la) ihmn ut ul.lit. mam-mand innd on II hind leg In the ilii)tiinc" ho Mild. I at Llki Othtr Animal. Imtiiir ' I hi "I wouldn't take my hiudnim! where an many prclly ale.Elrl." I In fuct. lho "Oh, I don't worry. pretty (aletglrl are of conalderuhlc help la (ettlBi him lu pay fCU for s To the mlllliier'." A. H. Phone 34 Bastin & Co. Campbell Street. there are Laacaster. Ky. lul." a' The Contral Record, Lancaster. Ky. Thursday, Nov 16 1922. FEEDING IS MOST IMPORTANT IN GETTING PROFITS FROM POULTRY I CluiWtd CaliMM Shoes! Sheet! RATESi Sit.gle insertions le a wunl No ad taken fur ! than 20c in thl column. No ml. In thlf column charged. Seven insertions fer the price of live I'lione orders mutt lie paid 5 Slightly worn for wo1tn and chlU ilrrn nnd girls achon! hom'nt the obi llrummrtt Inn.l, near the Garrard Tob.ieco Warehouse. I "The Homo of Many Shot! " At ri ....... Ii llljll. W. I 0iIlTUl . i (0-- 2 ;t pit.) Farm Loans Mmlc by Louisville Iand Hank, organitrd Joint Stock ' nml oprntlnaT promptly. under the provisions of the Federal Farm Loan Act. In amount from f2.SOO.00 to xnr rx n xn kh J x ww mam When you are2 KIR .SALE: About 0 good gal or corner Mice post J. iVJhomp.on. !' I cnim,(an (0-2- 8 nnU farm land. Intrrrit I"'r cent. Terms 33 years, m ,,,,,,. , . A-- On rate. Pay. hunting 'for (Jj to the (nncaster. (II tfl.ftt) Profit K.N A RLE HOUSE when In square meal 'or ,1fct. onll on . I. ror ,u" miormntum JTomlmson 7t.) address or lb). Atty's. Notice m hereby given that a pc' lr t Airlruliur I I'.p, nm.nl normiit eolor Is d.irk. nluidliii: oIT Into xuio tlon hj been lodged in the Rarrard Next to cinmI lirewlllig nml liealth. gnijl.h white. Dropplniri Hint are oft IIURRVt Only a few more of my County Court for the establishment r pnt) nnd of a yellow Mi or hrown RiMMI reeillng N lliiit llllpMniil Ifi'cet-tuiiMi eolor indicate loo muih fat or a nice, young. Single Comb White Lick Rhode of a county road You don't have to hunt for a good place to buy limflliilile lei from Hie i.nlir fliK'k, , pike to the Copper Creek pike thru few- Klmple f the dropping are Island Red roosters left. your Hardware. Just com to our store and you liL'KetlniM on lack of meat. feeiN and prmilien, mirli n ilmv In water? il lid dark with red nplu.he or the farm of J. It. Creech, John Clark, will be convinced that we deal squarely with our cusTheu Currey .,, (, tlHI ,lin, , the fullitn Ins parucmpli frmn I lie imnu- - in Hi, Mary KIhmIui ami Ja. Morgan. tomer. I'lilted Sialic teiarlinent of Agrli'iil-II- I being fill. A greeiiMi, water diarrhea The Annual Silver Tea of Ijidle This petition will be considered by No matter how small an article you need you iiuall I. eldeme of uMiiltury iiii. Missionary Society will be given at re, will help hulhl up the egg )lrlil. the Ctwnty Court an the regular illthiiin, either In the surrounding, the the Presbyterian Principal Grains Used. want to know the quality is there. This is what we Church on the eve Court liny. N'o ember 27. 122 feed or the water. The principal grain fed In Hul(r sell QUALITY HARDWARE and TOOLS. ning of November 2 ltd. Everybody A ration iiiii- -i IRVINE STAPP, are eoru, when!, oat anil lmrle. furn lie Iuimi We will be glad to have you come in and look Rarrard County Koad Engineer. and wheat nre the miM inilr. I'oni ell loeitl roiulltloiis mid prhe. hut any cordially Invited. l (1 the lei( ami uiu-- ii oinlral single of hoe ipioted leluw will he foiliid around. You will find many labor.savers here. run i.r. : erne good as new, , I. tit rry fattening and h..ul, satNfartor). They will interest you. Hand acuum Moor Cleaner; two alwiijM he Stars Revealed by Telescope, Ration No. 1. wild Milne other cniln. Swinging. Coal Oil Lamps; three OUR HARDWARE WEARS Wheilt 1st the ifet In feeil ololle. The The nmnher of Mar that can h Heralvk MUlur. !' It IA rorn U rt1k..t Klectric Light Flxtiues. For infor seen tiy a ntoii of me nice eyesight uiiul prmtlie ut kiirreifiil Miiiltry-meIt.a nowit rotn rr.ii. mation call at Kern re! ttfice. Is to feeil a part of the ilally grain (tf.) Is only atmut 7,(l lint immbrr e ll.n tt lbs vti.at l.rn. nitinii griMiml, Thl U on the theory ( Its. MIoMt mlit- Is from 70 thniiisli a ti4ea-iHlbs Mt FOR SAI.K: My home on Dan ls) to IW.ko. illini. that It N enler to illgeot. Soft fee.1, vtlie avenue. Six rooms and nil con- Ration Na. 2. while It l ii little mure eeuiioinlcnl, Hot Weather Eftect on Clocks. must not rorn inral. lai Timi niilrli V" Ik merworLeil. rtitknl venlences, large garden, lots of fruit. o ir4p IE. C. Schooler, rrn. Hot weather fnUeiil will cause Address soft feed II ii.V rallM' illi't'llie troll lite- -. tlx nt POOR RIDGE baby ypent last Sunday mirlit with hihI watches tnng out of use (lO-fi-Way of Feeding. l Lancaster, Ky. clix-Ration No. 3. to start rtinitlnc. Th heat melts tha Mr. ami Mrs. L. I Matthew. .MethixN of feiilltig dllTer. hut a ! It. Hev. Fngly Is holding n revival nt vfn or tmr Cook Stoves, lo to fSS V lbs. rrtfknl Heating old oil whlrh ha hardened and Mrs. Walker Uurdette and children good rule to try to follow l to hile Iff Mal rorn. Pleasant Ilill. Stoves, $1,110 to Stove pipe t'loecesl the hrartnsa lb, ivita. 'ipent Inst week-en- d with her mother, empt) erop In the mortiing ami neter '') ll.s Ktit limn I 'Jet. lt Khrat lllklIihi them qnlle full until It Ik time Little Mis Halite 11. Duncan is ill, Mrs. It. Roofing, J I. SO; coal hmls, lb whrt '.. Price, near Paint Lick. Rubbing It In. for the ehlekeli o go o riNi. for wi IMnr t.rl.r threatening pneumonia. 4(lct.; lire shoeli Sets, and other lt inral or tlsh entr-taine"In I'.urotte they left Am. n. an hy Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Maters the flrt fiiil. grain wintered In the things Jut as cheap Oliver Riding J. C, the little un of .Mr. nml their aHstwth fkJtes." "Ve4l I Mr and Mrs. Mike Simpson, litter In the mornliii: l the -.- ..nRation No. 4. Plow 160.00, Other Walker Plow, to sajy U. (Hit won't." -- WkitT- started .Mrs. James Sparks, has diphtheria. Tint Rev. Fogly Satur- er after the hlnN leioe the rini.l of Jessamine, and . 1'tj t trvrlrrj $15.50. Wire fenre 55 and" fiSrts. mm inal ll ther ran also tell swsa of thrin hr Miss Irene Burke wax the guest of day night. Till lllilllce- - them to eUTi'l-- e i ib. iH4itlnga rorn J. R. Mount & Company. Ihrtr HC"lli toiuiica." Ilorlda Tlmes- St) It Kei-i- l i lb liran ahoiit xh.at Mis Hniel Preston lat Thursday Mr. Tfni Preston, of l.mcaster, mixture In the mornliiL' of thethe rnitrli UiiIhm. lb mllimw.l or Id ba mIi and other night. FOR SAI.K: My home at was the guest of his daughter, Mrs. twiethlnU In the afternoon , light .1)aloi.n meat a. rap. . It.a trUx II m.ul Mr. S: llolman, of Ohio, it visiting T. Whittaker and Mr. Whittnker Sat- - inortilm; Ky., with four acres of land. Ask the Wife. feeil ke,-p- i the Inn- - huiiury Ration No. ft. his brother, Mr. Rood houe, five rooms, all neceary llolmnn and unlay night. Why I It that some men will tat , nnd exeri'lslug all ly. Ilnie Hie U ba. rurn inrat Iba. rraratil outbuildings. Poesion given on r family. iiio with eterjl)!) ele o.ier corn. Mrs. Walker Uurdette entertained from three to nix lnrhe deep and dry .'.i Iba bran than they will with their wives? If before January 1st., 1325. V Iba, h.at. Mr. Lewis Simpson win the week- Mr Raymond liurehell and Mi- - It may he of traw. hy. Ienc or an) X Ik m.at Xfap W Iba. nail ;.i Iba niliMllnaa (l.a-V!- t Mrs. Myrtle Wearren they would go to her Itrat and do al pdt end guest of Mr. and Mrs. Speed Etta Hell Ross and Pearlle Hurt to other material of thN sort ; .'i b turlrjr in kiuhihI u4t a be ndtlte. there would .e fewer mm Indlcatts Health of Fowl. Sherrow, at Mt. Hebron. dinner Sunday. Ration No. 6. lo.rii m their luck at the present lima. FOR KAI.K: One fl II. P. s Tlie rouillllou of the ilropiilnci l n I 'anu IJfe. (f) lb, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Simpson ! ba and rrarkaO and Morss' Kiiginc; one InterMr. Speed Sherrow nnd children. giMMl Iliilli'Htlon of the liellV heitlth. 3 lb bran niral mm. Hev. Fogly were with Mr. and Mrs, They nhoiihl he of enougll tlrinne- - to k. Iba ml.l.lllnia national feed cutter, with pipe; one Iba. xli.at. of Mt. Hebron, spent a portion of bit Brlls Start Russian Train.. nollil John Lane Sunday night. The .V lb, rural rap. I" lbs. wti 14 inch Nordyke and Marmon corn week with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. hold their hue, hut not In ltiilu tmins nre sent otr hy Mrs. Luke Naylur and children mill. J. II. Hughes, at the station iMVim.e the - A. Simp.on. .ere recent visitors of her parents, Lanrater Star Route. cannot reud the tlirn- - table. The tlrst HOW MANY SEEDS IN POUND? Mr. nnd Mrs. S. T. Whittaker. Mr. MULCHING THE SOIL Mr. nml Mrs. Wm. Matthew. tell I oiHiHhtl a iiiarler of an httur Ray and Miss I.averne FOR SAI.K PRIVATELY: My hef.tre the imm iHf1s. the second flr Mr, ami Mrs. Tommy Murphy and and Mrs. Dan Unitsd States Department of AgriculTO SAVE MOISTURE Whittnker pent Sunday with Mr. and house and lot just on outside of city mlntili and the third mean ture Makes Count of Number In Mrs.'l.. A. Simpson and daughter. txriltig limits on Danville street. Rood sev the tmln Various Kindt of OrasMS. en room building and big lot. room! Mr. and Mrs. Homer Ray, Messrs. "Come Off." the Kind That I'oiint to determine the relation enough for two more houses. Rood U. (I. and Lewis Preston and little Covering Must This hit of AuicNciii -- long. s hetwnMI the nillllher of grn to cistern at door and good stork barn perathrly eH Miss Ulanrhe Duncan, of Uincaster, Will Not Blow Away. end meanliig "dealat" of the pound and the niimher of xuml (It-pdFrank Turner "ccse,M la rrlatlirlt neo i,. spent Sunday with Mr. and Mr. I. h giHal reiiilrnl per acre to UHU lrtlllic. therefore, to tied R. Duncan. stand of hate heen niMile hy the ,,,nl Oust and Straw, Cacept in Orchard in (i.au.,r'. RARRARD CIRCUIT COURT AgriculI'lilted Stale of ut"M f I'owlea- - In ea.-tlr lerry Patches, Net Satisfacthe mad-grlierut In ture. State Hunk of Kau (iallie. Plaintiff, the flueteeitrd Pity Would Rt u you a new top and'.,,, The hird grow tlmi of tory; Water Will Evaporgraase retllre fewer pound of seed Vs. If we read the keeret hl'tory side curtains or repair your old ones, listening to ,. hi,,.. nose, Hm,nt ate Quickly. u. to the arreJIiMII d the rHrae-aeei"crenilant.; f ,,i,r , ,.nle we houhl nnd In each befpre winter time. Call us for es-- : the ymuig eaglea. H,,. M, t laat: lursuant to a Judgment rendered, , f,. arletlr. . M nvrlinr enough ,, . ua,i 0a on- on work, mine kr Ih. Unll.J sitlaa i.Mmal I he Work, of the ilepHrtnelit ,, showa iiniMie r Airlcullur I IT.-- I signed Commissioner will sell nt pub- ) as,-- . hende' c I roa. Cnraee I " 111 t- - - - Thirty jear or ineatigation nj liie that timothy on the aterugehas l,lXi, me nlghc-i- t and best; lie auction to t'nlted State liepartment of Agricu- ISS.I aretl III a Miillid. Kentucky hlue ' bidder, before the Court House Door1 IrateWhat Sht Really Needed. .Mother (to liifuiiiiiteil daugh-terand , In Lancaster, Ky., nt 1 1 o'clock A. M., lture and the ruin Ii longer eiH'rleliee trii ha Toixet jour young man. my while SuiIhIi gru tin only or thereabouts, on of practleal farimT have demnntrat-ei- l r hll'l llrchanl graa ha fisi.lasi; .An Idiolle IniirrliiL-MONDAY, XOVK.MIIKR J7th.. IU22. Vou that iilioul the only way of run-se- n e h,en a If airink hy lightning, hlue graa. 2.7ls.l; tall inendow 1m Ua I lug ol llinlillire for the lle of thi rstfi! sact.itsi tn.mt ifinasal So wn I, long iiko. l.'iil.Ual: meudow fescue. Jin.-I""- ', pleadings and described as follows;lJ " w, iicrlt'itlt urisl pluiit In the regions or , """ "ur father. And how mum lime Wth iin.l.vi.l.i.l in, foxiall millet. V,lssi. heop' rainfall la to protlde a aiiltuhle . lnil d R. C. Rose in the following describ- klme hiue I h. eidlied for their germination and feciie. l',Mll. red fescue. ed land, subject to the life estate of nlng rod flint tl.iy.- - PirN l.'lllu! rye grua, it H II see,); .Ml.isal; early growth and to prewnt tiele Jane M. Rose, widow of R. II. Rose: rye 2ii.iaai; nnd Iter Weill that Would otherwise rulll.ite Said estate is located in Carrard .sia,iasi. with them. Throrelleally. covering or luuda County. Kentucky, 7'- - miles North-ve- t Simple China Cement. Timothy usliall) I seeded at the mulching the (.oil for the purpov of of Lancaster. Kentucky, beiiiR 1,1 To liiiinl !,.mi4 or glku.ie, make preientlllg the o. of Mill acre, Ken liiillre I rate of blue pound to the ts a part of tliv Camp Dick Knbinson verj thiek aoiutlon of cum anloe to erv tuky ery etlieleut ; pnii iluill). It ha nils; farm ami bounded by the Lexington and Mir int" it .t Iteiltop. Ill iHiiind; and lleruiiida of ti until narrow lliiiltalloiia. .and Lancaster Turnpme and by the r. pound. I Orchard grn Lexington Danville Tnrnpike, and the uiiMiire i. of proper eounMeiiej. There are seferal Ihlliga reUlrei the land of Yates Hudson, It. L. Ilur-to- n About i i,,,,. rHi.j, s alMiijt tlir of n soil coerlllg or milli'h iehle balmily sown at the rate of 'Si pounds 1,1 to the acre; Caii.ulii (due and Dr. II. C. Rose, and contain- - proir qlmnlilt I, i ,,.. Alildv with allilply ireelitlu- - the lo of Inula ing ahout 100 acres more or " l'rnh to hiiii,iI; and tall inendow oat grn. hrokeu e.lse. pr.n tie lure. Among there may he mentioned Said land ts now in the pnsaession of gell.er, II,. n.i,, Hltj,ii mid letire for .Meadow fescue reipilre j the following: It iiiu- -l "stnjr ihii": Ihnt Ill miiiiiin Mrs. Jane M. Rose, the widow of R.,a few 1la) H.wn . ,.rfe,Hy Is to say. It liiiit be of aucli charni--te- r 2.1 pound to the acre; foxtail millet. feeue, 2S lund'rA.e.Vto R.,TrtRo,elhbi. A? in Hint It will not he Mown nny by 12 to 2.1 pound: sheep ! and red fescue. :ui ixiuml. I a the hlgli winds cominon to nil arid re pound; rye iiiifh... gra. i. m.wh Hl it,., mt.. Jot V. A. glmi C. Thl rule out all dust ami "f HmiiiIIIkiIoii . of it- alraw mnli he, except Mihly In or- oi .wi it, in poiinii per acre: iiereiiClerk's Otfice. to which deed refer- , Oil 01(1 M''f " fruitful m plme a uti) the chard or herr; pad he, ami. In them, nlal r,e gras. ;t and Sudan KUIlkin Oil nee Is made for u more specific de-I gnia. 12 to 2.'i pound per acre. acription 'of said laud; the wild R. ('. row tile. oer It I the he.t un.l the traw mulch I frciUelllly Rose got title to said interest in said ni"' fruitful pox e of ground In nil There are some ll.lsai distinct sxl on iicioiiiit of It hnrhorltig lund by the will of R. II. Rose, re-- 1 these mria lleiotld hw gren Hit rodent. eieclall Held mice A MII cle of ciilthuted nnd wild gra.es In rumen in lu. in hook f., nage lUi.ltulht ! the world but olll)' ahollt 211 of lhee i......,iii..i i.t. coerlng iuim let rain Into the o (. ; till arrnrd otinty Clerk's Oifirc I In the Utilteil IN Hiniu Wli " i, ,, Thl rnlek i ill i the dust mulch which an- of luiHirlnnce , t, nell .hat tuii III this Ik all I. If not ipilte. to State. f.. 1?" State lank of ....... , .. for "Hod (fallie, Florida, for $5,000.00 with Kaui Vuii.. ,.t i ordinary rainfall, a It puddle proin- gmee to ducing a sheet of paxte in the stir DECREASE IN GRAIN terest at the rate of six per cent per slateth the .,otil. ,in ! CROPS J..l,n ltuil.lll. face that pretent ilia water from milium irom uci. Ulll., IUl',1, until liie l.uiiil jiaid, subject to u credit of $:I7S,00 renihlng the rnota if the crop plums. Report Indicate Smaller Yields of paid on the Interest on April 2:1, 191 A struw mulch. If thtik tnotigti to the Principal Crops In Engand it; costs herein expended csti. pro cut i In- - growth of weeds, will ale land and Wales. We positively will not jormit fox Miih inateu to be I7&.UU. iiiii.I. If not nil, of uu onllnar TERMS: lunting or hunting of any character riilnfnll The jmer thus absorluil The of wheat In l.'nsltiud The sale will be made on a credit or trespataing on our farm. Any will etaporiite ery itilrkly. na kihiii nml Wales for IHJ2 Is estimated by of six and twelve months and the violator will be prosecuted. aa tln rain reusea iimi the sun heglua the initial, mlnltry of agriculture to tiurchaser will be required to execute J. S. Schooler, Kdgar Price, W. A. to shine on the mulch, nrier reurhlng lie itt.lMo.iasi hiishcl from an area of i bonds with approved security for the .......... ........ 11- .- ... I I.HIIM.I Price, Joe Criscillis, T. J. Price, R. the riMith of the crop plants. purchase price, payable to W. II. nil,-- , a reivni i The heating of the soil by the aua'a eiililegraiii from niiioiiuiK io representItrown, Muster Commissioner, due in I. Klkin, Ii. M. Lear, It. - Uarker the London ra)a and Its aeration by exposure tu ative of the I'alleil State Departix and twelve months respectively R. F. Parson, Marinda Longtworth, the winds are liuportant factors In ment of Agriculture. with interest at six per cent per an. J. P. Illand, Akkins This estimate and Mobcrley, the growth of agricultural num irom date.untll paid, having the crojia. ii J. Sebastian, W. A,. Moberley, Many wild wixmIs and aw amp plants I 11,7'iH.taal hushrl less than the esforce and effect of a judgment upon timated production last )er. which execution may Issue, and a lien Forest Calico, Davis Sutton and thrive without rondltlnns. Mm ' The area sown to barley was will be retained on the land until the Hughes Ilrus., M. U. Turner, It. L. nearly all of our agrlrultuial plaut h. I2jniiii acre and the yM4 purchase money ia paid. Arnold, Kd Uaker, J. A. Scott, W. have brrn developed through mg aa 0,72i.lSS compared with W. II. BROWN, Matter Co., T. Worrel, A. II. Doty, W M. Marsh, PitIimU of ilniH In soil open to the 42,72,taai huahi-Ust year. mlssioner, G. C. C. free acirsf of the sun and the wind, area was given as 2.181,000 Tie' eats banks and II. M. Kurtx. acre and Itoblneea Kaufman, Attorney (Other names will be added upon ad these rouUltlons eem to have he- uala production H baahols, for PUT. roin necessary to their fullrat devei impnrel with 4l.24,ataft huafesJa the payment of 25 cent) (tf.) ptaent. Capt Am Bourne! & tk l nil. a ; - Hardware find Art Qrtatcr Whtn Houses Us. Art Kept ! In Sanitary Condition C .Irixrl A few thorough llreil FOR SAI.K ockerel's llnrrvtl Itiwhs, Phone No. II. Mrs. J. T. Hick. Lancaster. Ky.' Notice fru 4 fei-d- j. url WALKER BROS. mt ht via-tid- t I rai d let, one-thl- j ltudl lttr Fair-bank- Ih-I- I- i COMMBSMHe'S le url SALE OF LAND grn, aure .) Attention Auto Owner place-Hostilit- ,,, ,.. ,, .... . .lra - ,.,,. e . ,., rrlrs4 n. i- i. i Oan-aih- ! grn, ,d 1 cni. gra. ,'ll i BANKRUPT j gla. 1 i i4m-I- grn, le. n. gra. SALE lill'm) DailVlllc pike, t li. The undersigned as Trustee, Bankruptcy Grant, will at his home, (on the T. - - ,,,.l; ohjec-tlouahl- , lTf',1 '"!' l ... jleti Iiii'rnu it Saturday, Nov. 18th, 192? AT 10 A. M. Hunters Beware I- Jr hr. ied sell at auction, the following property: One mule, one binder, wheat drill, cultivator, ...owing machine, disc harrow, hay frame, etc., four fat hogs. Terms of sale: All sums of S2n.00 nnd los cash in hand, over .$25.00 on a credit of three months with good note drawing: per cent interest from date, a. 4' W. ft. Dlckerson. Trustee. Kauffman, Attys. for Trustee. Act er. Robinson