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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): November 23, 1922 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1922 cen1922112301_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 23, 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. THIRTY TMIRB TIAR LANCASTER. KY.. THURSDAY AFTERNOON, NOVEMBER 23. 1922. MUatlR IS. Show Their Splendid Breeding KclicvitiK that the strong" editorial from the pen of that In the Maryland Fox Hunt Henry The Star of The Contest Passes Into Peaceful Slumber Body Crushed Between Floor atcrlitiK democratic editor, Colonel E. C. Walton In Tuesday and Elevator When She Central Roger D. William' Dog Civet After Mnny Months Interior Journnl will Interest the readerH of thu Record, we nre The Victory Eleven representing battles, he Hitch kept up their winTurns Operating Handle reproducinr it In full. Alwnyx tlKhtlnK democratic Good Account Illness ... - ...... II.. l..m.tvfiiu ttltiiti lllltllttttl nt. ning strenk when nt Springfield FriWrong Way Lam-afte-r "HON. ALIEN W. IARKLCY FOR GOVERNOR" (Editorial) MRS. FANNIE NURSE KILLED IN VICTORY SQUAD WINSANOTHER WALKER COTTON BOYLE HOSPITAL WALKER DOGS V w M The very transparent purpose of the Metropolitan Press of Louisville claiming to be Independent in politics throiiKh the propaganda "A Business Man for Governor" will soon be understood by all and they will make little progress by assallinjf such democrats as Jude Alben W. Harkley, known all over the state ns the most loyal, as well as about the most capable leader in the party In Kentucky, and one who has done, perhaps, more work for the party than any other leader in the state. Colonel Walton in an editorial styled, "Hon . Alben W. Harkley for Governor," says: We nre in perfect accord with the Louisville Times in its .statement that "Kentucky's dire need and direct demand is a Governor unplcdKod except to public service. He must o into office free from the purpose of tiling, his power to elevate him-jl- f into the United States Senate. He must receive his commission not from himself, not from party conspirators whispering in hotel rooms (on Sunday), but from the people of We cannot agree with the Times that the Honorable We assert Alben Harkley does not meet these requirements. is not "a political .solemnly, and defy contradiction, that Harkley leopard with spots upon him." He is not the type of politician that "will make a promise and break it as readily as he will jnake it." He has not been "touched by the stick from the poliHe is not the type of man or politician who tical tar barrel." would organize the working forces of the Government to elect himself to the Semite. He is not a man unacquainted "with the affairs of our State." He is not a politician in a sense that We would retlect on his character as a man or a statesman. assert he is a politician only in the sense that he relates himself He is a man of visto politics as the "science of government. giving of himself to every ion, as has been shown in the movement which has advanced our State in its prog-resHe is a man of enlightened conscience and splendid courage, proven by his otricial work as County Attorney and County Judge of McCracken county, a work which gave him the recog-nitio- n which sent him to Confess. In all of his official life, there cannot be found upon him the slightest stain nor a single "leopard's spot." His personal and private life is clean, worthy, and of good report. He is not identified with any factions, t not dominated by any political system, ami is not touched or He was raised to marred by any interests or selfish group. office without the use of money or the intluence of the financially great and powerful. He is a "man of honor, who would not J violate his pledges to the people and his party. If elected as Governor, he would not be tied up in promise or hampered by any embarrassing control. We would respectfully htiggest that to impute to him a leopard's spot or a stain from a tar barrel is the outgrowth of the most serious misinformation. We say more: he merits the love and confidence of the people all over the State of Kentucky, which he has, for fighting untiringly their battles in every contest involving their interests in both State and Nation, upon the stump, with a power that gripped their hearts and enlightened their opinions. In the contest just over, which involved a judgeship of the Court of Appeals and many seats in Congress, liu was called for and used more than any public speaker we We should be careful lest any injustice be done him. have. - ?We believe in his announcement for Governor he is answering call from the people all over the State, lie i in tne prime 01 his life, and he would bring to his duty as Governor a vigorous constitution, unusual energy and capacity for work, and rare experience in the affairs of government, a character public and private which will stand the acid test of full publicity, and the high purpose, seated in a heart of unconquerable honor, to lift the Government at Frankfort out of its shadows and the shame which has fallen upon it. To doubt this would be disloyalty to one whose contribution to democratic success is surpased by none. We do not know whether he would be a candidate for the United States Senate when he would go out of the office of Governor, if elected, or not, but we do know he will not attempt We know this beto build an organization for that purpose. him to be a gentleman and his word carries with cause we know it his honor. For one so talented, in the prime of his life, to say, "I will never again answer a call of the people or my party, I will promise not to offer for another office," would be puerile and silly, even if such were his purpose. No man who has been honored by the people, who is truly a public servant, can refuse a call made upon him by the people for his services. The principle of merit and reward is the basic principle of our Government. It is the breath which blows Into a llame the spark of honorable ambition in men to do a public service. It is a prin"Well done, thou ciple which has received Divine sanction. servant; because thou hast been faithful over good and faithful a few things, I will give thee authority over many things." There is but one way Alben Harkley could go to the Senate, and that is by making n great and acceptable Governor under a Btress of circumstances most intricate and difficult. Wo believe that if Mr. Harkley would answer the call of personal ambition to go to the Senate, he would not, under the trying conditions that confront, him, become a candidate for Governor. We believe his candidacy Is Induced by a generous call upon him from all over the State of Kentucky, to lead the party and to give a We are to his State as Governor. great and helpful sen-icbrave enough to face tho problems and glad we havo a man difftcitltiM that confront him and to answer a call from the people of the State. We are grateful to him for the aacriflco he is making. The question is asked by the Times: "Where is the strong man, with character, vision and purpose, to come forward with the program Kentucky requires and is determined to obtain? We answer, Alben W. Barkley. Ken-tucky." con-."tructis. 1 day. They managed to take, the scalp off of the Washington county lads and let them down by the score of 9 to .1. ThU score would indicate that it was to our many render rather a hard fought game, uch would huve been the easo had the local been up in good ihape and won by such u margin, .however, the Field (ieneral was nuffcring with an Infected knee, W. W. Robinson received it lick on hi elbow in the Covington scrap that put him out of the run. ninir. C. (iaitlneau haa a badly inthe all fected nnkle, Cmtchfield. State tackle, still suffering from received In the Madison county crap and (i. D. "Hcd" Kobinon plned the game on the side lines with h iprained ankle. Coach Heber doc not believe In having substitutes if he can use them In uch contests and he gave them all n n chance to work against the county aggregation. They showed up well and played a great name, but the work of Henry, who received the call to "Hed's" job was the outstanding star of the contest. One would have thought that he was un old timer by his great work both on offense and defense. Henry called times twice but would not think of leaving the scrap and he together with Luwson and F.stes, the wing men for I.ancaster, were responsible for the victory In Friday's game. The Washington county lads received the ball on the kick otf and were forced in a short time to turn lads It over and allow the to try their luck, lloth elevens managed to run the ball by straight foot ball up and down the gridiron when hearing the last of the first quarter Captain Cox trotted out to kick a field goal from the twenty yard line. The second quarter v the same a the first, both elevens trying to gain through the line and at the last resort would punt the half ended with Ijinraster having three points and Springfield nothing. Springfield strengthened In the third quarter and were well on their way for n marker when they made a costly fumble, and Lawson recovered rnmc and ran fifty-fiv- e yards for touchdown, Lancaster falling to kick the goal in the try for point, making the score 9 to 0 for - II. S. Again the last few minutes of play-ithe fourth quarter, the Washing ton county aggregation came near scoring when within ten yards of their own goal. They again fumbled this time F.stes recovering the ball, Lancaster Hi punted out with two forward passes on the part of the Springfield boys and a fifteen yard penalty called on Lancaster. They again carried the Inflated leather to their ten yard line where they in the last five seconds of play with u placement kick went the oval between the bars that counted for them three points, making the old game end with Lancaster having the larger end of the count, 9 to 3. The Athletic Director would have been Justifiable in cancelling this contestf owing to the poor condition of his charges, however, he did not wish to have the same namo that several of the high schools have who have goten n little chilly and canceled their engagement with the Lancaster squad, giving no excuses at all, so Coach Heber left for the distant city with all of his second string men und brought, home the grapes. Wash-.ngtoI- Well Deserved Worthily Bestowed District Passenger Agent for the Southern Hallway, with headquarter nt Lexington, has been presented by his company with a sen-Icmedal und $601) worth of preferred stock in tho South-erIn recognition of his valuable service to tho company during the past year, especially during the great railroad strke. The recipient of this medal Is one of thu most popular agent In Kentucky and the honor which has been bestowed upon him is a worthy one and well deserved. n, Howard King, Fine Lemon Mrs. e J. E. Dickerson showed u a How many times we hear that from patients. How mnny times we picture the suffering through the years, the hope blasted, the vitality lowered, the mind worried to distraction and all because "no one seemed to know what was wrong." The Chiropractor looks for the cause of human ailments by examining the pinal column. He carefully analyze the condition of the spinal column, then adjust the vertebra that Is pressing on the ncn-lending to the affected part. The Ladles Society or the Baptist 11. K. Wade, D. C, Chiropractor. Word cannot express our apprechurch will hold a Thanksgiving ExOffice hours 9 to II A. M. and ciation of those friends who have change nt the Sander Meat Market, shared with us the lonely vigils by the Wednesday, Nov. 29th. Your patron- 2 to 5 P. M. Evenings, Sunday und Holiday by bedside of our loved one. No sweetage I earnestly solicited. (It.) appointments. er memory can live in our heart than the memory of their untiring The gentleman who recently redevotion to the one who has Just left Lancaster's latest and most modern marked that all men are fools ha us. The waves of sorrow break upgotten himself Into an embarrassing on every shore, and we can but hope equipped fire wagon arrived last Frimess. The rest of the fools object that friends as true may gather day and was given a satisfactory test to having him as an associate. Saturday sor- on the public square last around each one of them should morning. It carries two chemical row Invade their home. Car Collosi Soosl Moal jail la. tanks und several hundred feet of Samuel Cotton. Huasoa A Faraau. hose, beside a bell and siren whistle that can be heard for five miles. After an illness of nearly two years, the laU month of which became acute, Mr. Fannie Cotton, aged 14 years, and wife of Samuel Cotton of this city, passed into the Great Ileyond Inst Thursday evening at seven o'clock, surrounded by her friends ami dearct and nearest relatives. Her death marked the first break in a family of seven children ,hcr father having passed on several years before, but the aged mother was given the strength to minister In nil tondcrncs during her last illness. Four brothers, J. Wesley, Alex, Kemp and Dr. 1'rln-tu- s Wnlker and two sitters, Mrs. Kir-b- y Teuter and Mis Km ma Wulker survive the deceased. The stricken husband, who is left atone ha the deepest sympathy of the community as has the mother, brother and sisters In the low of n devoted wife, affectionate daughter and fond and loving sister. At the age of N, Mr. Cotton was converted and united with the ML Gilead Haptist church. Two years later, on December 1.1th., 1894, she was united in marriage to Samuel Cotton and this bond had grown dearer with the year and in the departure of the beloved wife he suffers an Irreparable loss. She had been a member of the local Haptist church for twelve years and during the last week of her illness her great con. cern wa for the welfare of the church and a yearning desire that she might be spared to engage more actively in Christian work. Her pastor. He v. W. K. HIx conducted the funeral services at her home last Saturday afternoon, where one of the largest gatherings we have ever seen nt n similar occasion had poke in touching He assembled. words of the deceased and said, that her enthusiastic friendliness had won for her a wide circle of friend whos sorrowing concern for her had been shown by frequent visits and tender ministry during her sickness. ''One of the sweet compensations of sorrow" he said, "is the realization of our riches in true friendship which is at its best when we are In our deepest need." Among other things, her pastor said: "Her generosity of spirit found expression In numberless acts of kindness to thoe In sickness and otherwise in need. In this spirit of thought-fulnes- s she knew no color lines, for the recipients of her kindness are numbered among the colored and white alike. "I cannot refrain from referring to her peaceful departure. Surely God answered the prayers that had been offered in her behalf, In robbing death of the physical agony which sometimes accompanies that event. "She quietly and peacefully slipped away to be with her Lord, but not before she had expressed word of love and appreciation for those whom she was leaving behind She left this assurance that Jesus seemed so near that it seemed she almost reached out and touched Him. 'She knew she was sinking fust, but it was the nestling down of the trusting child Into the all sufficient arms of Him who was able to keep that which she had committed to Hi care and she passed safely over to be forever with the Lord." "There fragrant (lower Immortal bloom; And Joys supreme nre given; There rays Divine disperse the gloom. Ileyond the confine of the tomb, Appear the dawn of heaven." Immediately after the sen-IcInterment followed In the Lancaster cemetery. DEATH FOLLOWS RELEASE Mrs. Irene Magee, 40 year old, nurse at the Danville and Iloyle county hospital, was killed Saturday night about 8 o'clock when her body wns crushed between the wall of an elevator shaft and the heavy elevator floor. The accident occurred when she was bringing n patient down the elevator to the operating room ut the hospital. According to hospital authorities. Mrs. Magee ran the elevator down to the second floor. Observing that the elevator floor was not on n level with the floor of the hall she stepped out on the hall flour, reached Inside the elevator nnd turned the handle to lower the car. She turned the handle in the wrong direction, however, and the elevator started up, catching her In it rise, with her head and body from the waist' up inside the car. As the enr ncarcd th etop of the next floor her body wa caught between the walls and the car floor and was horribly crushed. Attendants hurried to the rescue and the body wa removed within a few minutes. Mrs. Magee lived only a few seconds after being released. Misi Emma Lois Harnett of this city, wa the patient on the car nt the time. She was partly under the influence of an anaesthetic. Mrs. Magee oh me to Danville from Elkton, Ky., and had been a nurse here for six months. The body was sent to her home nt Elkton yesterday afternoon. She I sun-iveby two daughters. Baltimore, Mil., Nov. 16 Despite the fact that a Kentucky hound of the Walker strain won the Derby of the Maryland Fox Hunters Association today, the second, third nnd fourth were all dogs of old Maryland blood nnd trnce their lineage to the Hardy stock. This strain has always been considered one of the best In the stnte and was derived from hound brought originally from Ireland. The female Flirt, owned by C. C. nnway of Hclair, Md., lair was placed first by the Judge. The little brothers, Joe and Mac, owned by E. Rfggs of Latonsville, Montgomery county, were second nnd fourth, respec.'vely, while third pla:i honor went to the young dog hound, Peerless, owned by C. F. Haight oi Brookrville, Montgomery county. The Judges, who were mounted, were able to see the entire run nnd they stated that the young hounds did remarkably fine wdrk. The win-nea black, white and tan female, ran with lots of drive, displayed an excellent voice and carried the line during most of the run. Champion Fort, bred by Roger William, of Lexington, Ky., was the sire of the winner. Champion Fort was a Walker hound with a great reputation in field trials. Flirt's Dan was also the Walker strain. r, Exchange The C. W. B. M will conduct an exchange at Haselden Brothers Hardware Store, Wednesday, Nov. 29th. Everything good to cat will be offered for sale at reasonable prices. OD Beechrove Slock Farm Selling An important meeting of the LanLois caster Chamber of Commerce will be held tomorrow, (Friday)' night at It of Hampshire room and every member Is urged to Mr. Harry Rice, Junior member of make it a point to attend this meetthe firm of '.. T. Hice and Son, pro- ing. Many Sales Important Meeting prietors' of the Bcechgrovc Stock Farms, tells us that they have made many sales of Hampshire during the past few week and that the demand is almost equal to the supply. They have recently added several high class sows to their herd, making it today equal If not better than any In the state. Some of the recent sales were: Baughman and McKinney, Stanford, one boar; Haselden and Aldrldge, Lancaster, one boar; W. O. Goodloe, one open gilt; Sam Phelps, one boar; Milton Ward and son, one boar; Jack Twigg, Richmond, one boar; Otto Smlther, Monteroy, Ky., one boar; and James Yantis, one bred sow. Christmas Bazaar Everything in fancy work and other articles suitable for Christmas, will be offered at the Christmas Bazaar, by the Ladie Aid Society of the Baptist church at J. E. Dicker-so- n and Son's store, Saturday, December 9th. Preaching at Freedom Rv. George Childress will preach four night at Freedom next week, beginning Monday night and closing Thursday night. Hi theme will be, "Falling from Grace." All are cordially invited to hear him. Legion Expresses Sunday School Institute The Sunday School Institute at Fair View will begin Friday night at 7 o'clock. It will have another session Saturday afternoon at 2:30 and Saturday evening at 7 o'clock and one at three o'clock Sunday afternoon. Everybody I invited to attend. Appreciation The members of the Heldel Sanford Post No. 35, arc deeply appreciative to the mnny people both young and old of the vicinity of Paint Lick who turned out in such large numbers nipper st Friday evening to attend their pie which was arranged by Vice Commander Tho. K. Price of the Sub-Poat Point Lick. This supper netted the Legionaires of the county quite a neat sum which will be used for the disabled men of this Post and to carry on the work that is before them for this year. We deeply appreciate the use of the school building and the Faculty nt Paint Lick and everyone else who assisted us in this work. J. K. EDWARDS, Commander. R. M. MEADOWS. Adjutant. "Doctor, I've Been Years Without Relief" Thanksgiving Card of Thanks Exchange Fire Wagon Arrives grown at her home hem that Walt Sweat Clover is a fia ferA penalty of C per cent will be addThere will be a pie supper at the weighed 1 H pounds. It was perfect Orchard Grove school house next Sat- tiliser aad is boat for poor soil, wash- ed or all 1V22 school taxes due the in every respect and about the largest es aad initios. No soil U too wot, LaiCMtcr Graded School not paid urday night Everybody invited. one we have tver eeen. too dry or loo rocky to grow IkU sood oh or before December lit, Idi'i. Hard's OWtisk Flour is oars, aad it costs loss iksa otkor clover. Fraakit Kaufman, Trvas. Lisas l hatTok owl sacks. Scad, J. E. SUraai, Chairman, OU Doatlaloa Fert!al Coaaoat, Rock, kealtkful aacl aolUloas. Try a sack Wo also Imvo TIsBotkjr, Rod Top, Kootucky UUtm Cross aad Or. C. M. Tfceaifson, Secy. today. Wo deliver U Iowa. Cotaaaoa aatl Prsssoa risk. .) HvoVob ckard Cross. Ftroau. Hudsoa A Faraati. Hues A Faraao. Pie Supper Penalty a (il-ia-2t- Thm Cantral Record. Lancastvi , Ky. .Thursday. Nov 23 1922 Jdm Tries Mug a Caveman By JOHN PALMER Fall Fruit Tree Setting Under Way Om Kentucky Ma-till, "RED IN OLD KENTUCKY" RAISE EVENTUALLY WHY NOT NOW" immmmmmmmmtmmmmmm (C. Its, Wnitn Mfpf it not for XMAS HOLIDAY GOODS IS READY FOR YOUR INSPECTION off and our complete display of McRobsrts Drug Store. "Darllnjr, I'll lor you forwer." John Ingle lUtrnmt mid crniinnl. There wm nollilnc tit the old brnmld wlilcli dlinuld Imte ellcltnl thU ttrnan, rxivpt that Hie prakrr wm tlie Widow I'm; lie, to whom IliKle eiieaceil, nnd Hint tlir uurd were nddrrM-il- , not tu him. (nit to Id ilendly rhnl, Jim Trent, ulm Wrpt the Imrdwar lore. Incle lind Iicimi laying siege to the widow' heart for week and she Imd riipltutntetl Jit-- 1 ohm uiiuitli irelmil)-- . furtj-'llvwa Inuli and owiuil the InrKeot grocery In ton. The Widow I'njne wni reHrtil to lmc n snug little Itilierltniiiv stowiil away soiueu here. Hut the "litmv a not an ordinary woman; lie liMiked M'ernl tlini-- lieforc ) lenpiil. Insle. fiiiipertliig Trent, hmt pliil on the I'lilr muter the ulitmt' wlnilow "llli Hilt "I fitl tlmt I inn ncter marry thnt limn." nh the Widow Pnjiic. "Why ilhl jimi litiiiiie rnciitfeil to him. ilurllnc?" "Mi--- I llkeil him nt tlrt. You knw hmv eay It l fur nny one tu pull the miI I tlioiirlit In wn . er my a rtriHig, heriilc man tvlm uoiilit roil n tnil mi- - nnd protect me, lint he ut ntr lie Just n urnkllns. (Hi, If onl) he'd heeii joii. Mini inn imike n solium n re unit keep mi care ri-- ult. ('. I I lnl ing!" were visitor of Mrs. McKenney Mom BRYANTSVILLE They spent in Jessamine Monday. .Mr. W. H. Cunningham spent Tucs-dn- y Tueday in Lexington. Mallard .Mr. nnd Mr. J. Ilogan In Lexington. Mrs. Allelic Davis ha been visiting were dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. It. M. Sparks, at .N'lcholasville Sun-daht-aunt, Mr. Hhoda Wylio. Mr. Hallard remained for n Mr. am! Mr. Uujc11 1. Hrown week' stay with relative. I.cxlng-tohave been recent visitor- in Mr. nnd Mr. W. H. Swopo, Mi ' Kfizabcth Swope, Mrs. E. II. Hallard, Mrs. K. J. Hrown, of Stanford, was Mrs. X. guct of Mr. and Mrs. Mr. C. M. Dean andSaturday T. Grow the week-enfor the were In Lancaster K. It. llrown. funeral of Mr. Sam Cotton. Mr. Kliza H. llallard attended the Friends and relative here were funeral of Mr. Alice Adams in Lan-cat- I deeply grieved to hear of the death Saturday. of Mr. Alice Adam, which occurred ltcv. A. I. Jone. of Wilmore, was suddenly at her home in Denver, Colo. guest of Mrs. E. H. last Tuesday. Mrs. Adams was 7.1 the week-enBallard ami Miss Mnymc Mallard. years of age, and a sister of the late Miss Maymc llallard was in Lan- Messrs. Tom, Jack II. and Ike Dunn.t caster Thursday night for the meet- of this place. She is survived by one ing of the Eastern Star Chapter. V. R. Ramsey, of daughter, Mr. Mrs. V. it. Cunningham has been Denver, and a large number of nelccs in Lexington for a several days visit and nephew, also one brother, Dunn, of Danville. The re--' with Mr. !tn Adams and other relamain were Interred Saturday aftertive. i Dr. and Mr. It. H. Montgomery noon in the Lancaster cemetery i nnd children, of I'nint Lick, were week-en- d quests of Mr. and Mr. J. W. llryant. h Mr. and .Mr. A. T. Scott, Jr., went Euok Sent Fr i tii Springfield Friday to witness tho Valu&Mc i.ie and lk ball game between l.ancnstcr lmpU ' hrlci. h the srolde' I an .m.- - r.t t r.irthutl Springfield. 'Im Since the rain of last week, which Shd hai to.T'mI 'ntTrllt u !)! i atie brought tobacco in case the farmers nrUlrml luA, "l r.l...t ' te have been iuite busy stripping for Hair" Tells al- what In Co Utore and a'lsr tby the last few day. ila'a of cooin, preUtU Utlh. Mary Kagsdalc will leave Kri bbuut U'- rat, '.. and Mr. "ilo'htr'e liwnl." day to return to her home in Pleas Led ty three rtrwra'wn 1 anil .'' I - 1 ant Hill, Mo., after a three week' cl moJuri. cvtrioc irat totr1'rUr.d" u "Mtther'a visit here with relative. plied itrrllr. U t ('. Mr. and Mr. Frank IC. I'arks and frte from narto mlu tajlr n&:armt r a i i d j(nr ! cf son, Mr. and Mr. Sam Sadler, of ' ltutmcnt mrj fniite' and I K it to-chiU.hlr'ru BMtanrr Lexington, were guests Sunday of liar. lr. ti. li. Kenre lurr n. .Minn -toIt pulled m thrmnth." Jnl for- U J. ri .Mr. and Mr. Charley I). Dunn. day, to Urktifl'U H.imltor Co., II.S..11. U hU at all "Mothxr friend" Ga. Mr. It. K. Swope and guest, Mrs. devc etort. Mary Hagsdale, of Pleasant Hill, Mo., McROBERTS DRUG STORE r n. d er i d . ' Ben-Jami- "Darling, I'll innko Jim keep imi iniirmiireil Trent. The miiiiiiI thnt follimed lit Ingle t liurr)lng hiiiiiettunl lie to hi tme frli'tiil. I'Ih-i- i Jiiine. u eruty old widower, mid tohl him all. "What am I to he nUr.l. tnr-Ins'wi-n- "I'luln n n plkctitffT nnipr, Ktieli. "The nlmle errel I Hint n lio-x'l- iY' l. Vou' e lieen wutimii like In he tiMi enj with her. Trot out a little tun, my hoy. timl you'll imtMiimi MMin lmi li- - r eating out of your hnnd nualn. "Hut I eiin't klilimp lier." beiruii lncle. 'Dull't tiute to. All )ou titiit I to ! That' what n wmn:in want. Hit her. If you've tot to. Jlint hnw her you ili'ii't rare a darn nhout her or iioImhI)-- . Order her out of )our prewnce. That' the way to tame woniati, lovely, clliiKlng womnn." "It sound good," nald Ingle iloiilit fully. "Ili joii tame Aln, Jame tvklv Hint wayl" Ktien Jaint iiwlil. "I lennieil late, he niiiwenil. "Vim ran't do much with 'em after thej'vn got the tipper hand. The thing to do U to stop Vm ti gelling It." Child-birt'r.-tec- V "' 1 - -- 3SnL&23.'a' 3TxXyaS, 'SZ'SS! Klreil with determination. Ingles u nt tho widow" hotiAe Wirly eimticli tit lie Hire of furvtalling hi rttal. who villi kept till)' nt III store in the 'Teiilnc. It whn h uile, xad lookln wlilnw who iN iiiil the iluir to him. A close llsttnl woman i genera' "Oh, pleme iomio In, .Mr. Ingle." he liiuniitireil, '.xiwlng him Into the ly quite liberal in giving awn piece, ' parlor of her mind. "Mr Ingle. I It?" noted Ingli'N family Heniomber, though, that tutidng and fnelng her. "I I hint oniiM'thlng to Miy to jiiu," jars are hard to produce when unit ' fnlteriil the widow. one make the noise. i "Vou hud," o.ild Ingle grimly, a he Keeping your wife in ignorance isj "Vou were caught her by the It Mun.l. twice as had ( going to tell imr tliut you are n fale, poor policy. faltlile, worthies woman! Well, when told to her by others. jou're not. You're, going to ho u true It i quite true that clothes do not a steel, hecauoe I'm the mall yon love. (Jet that, my glrlV make the man, but few of us would do you meant" gasped care to go around without any. the widow. It wit the llrst time In The fellow who Is persistently lookher life that nny one had spoken to her In such n way, uml, If she had ing for mmiethlng fee nothing genthat nny man would eer erally get all thnt he i entitled to do no. Ingle wn the lnt man she Never try to lead a man, girls would have thought of. 'I mciin Unit you're going to marry Just head him In the direction yoi uie!" siiarleit Inglix, growing elated want him to go and then let him take "You'll marry me, or the lead. with suite. Did )ou I'll know the ri'iionii why. think to pit jour, wilt aguluot mine, The fall planting of fruit trees I on full swing In almost every part of the state, according to W. W. orchard extension specialist Nurof the College of Agriculture. series are making numerous shipment of young tres while, scores of farmers are making plans for their For profitable pork protluction, prolific ony foctl-Itij- r, The care that Is future orchards. quick mattiriHK. We now hnv over 300 l given the young trres from the time on our fnrni!- - Tor yon to select front. they arrive nt the railroad station "Your Future Success" depends on your foundation. large until they are planted plays part In determining whether or not "WE BREED THE KIND YOU WANT." they live, .Mr. Magill say. Trees from the nursery should he heeled in at some spot convenient to the orchard site Ji;t as soon ns SANDERS RROS. A J. M. AMON, PROP. after they arrive. Thi I done by digging it trench deep enough to LANCASTER, KY. fully rover the root and sloping considerably more on one side than it are does on th eother. The tree . tnen separaie.1 ami me.r root p.ace,, Kate nn.l Ml Sword. Jn . lUnk.close together along te trench with llolt.daw. of (h.hrrt Creek, were the trunks on the sloping side. The fof h ,,a Kru,ay 0,nlnjr iM Jr I son I men nirriuiiy nuisrn in '.Mr. ... Thompson sold J Hubert Jenn ngs, of Wtlmore .Mr (;. hi farm around the root. and tramped downiI .Mr. Dil- - of 15 acres, mar llournc, to Mr. Wm .Mr Harrison Dean sold to solid. I Mr and Mrs .t... A good way to keep the luun lard Itriimlleld a row. nrlce tit.M Humphrey for H.'iOO .Mr and .Mrs. V N. ('row attended I Thompson will mov, to Lancaster. from drying out while the planting i being done is to put them in a bar- services here Sunday and were gtiest r. and .Mrs. Wm Hrumfield uni rel or tub half full of a thick mud of Mr and Mr, rldd (Srow. and Mr. Steve Ilrumflrld an1 made by mixing water and ckty soil. of Nichlaville. were werk-eItev. Manley will conduct The barrel or tub and the trees can service here Thursday evening, the guests of Mr. and Mr. Dillard llrnas- he moved eaily from place to place book of Jame beiifg the stlldy field and attrndml the play. if they are placed on a sied or wagon. e Mr. nnd Mr. W. I (5 row ami Mlsse linker and Ware, of Iot commercial grower of the daughter, M Lucy Klliabeth. wre were the guests of M1m Klva state prefer to plant their tree in the with Mr. ami Mr J A Clark, in Jenning .Saturday and Sunday. MIm fall, since the mill is more tillable 0y,, Sundaj,. Jennings entcrt-iieat a social in at this time nnd become firmly set-- ! The play given at the School Audi- - honor of her guest Saturday evening. ' tied around the root of the young turium here r riday evening wa well Miss Hoolln attendeil a reception trees before they start growing In! attended and very much enjoyed, V given at the home of her lister, Mrs. However, if bad wenth- - i the spring. .Marshall Sutton, near MrCrrary St- th, ,t ttfit ....7 iilnntitiL- - hpfnri- - tile tree. About $3& was reallxed. nnd Manley Mi; unlay, in honor f the bride nnd "'l1' :,r nil it,,.... tht nr.. Irfi enn he the home Krm Mr. nd Mr. Krank Camdea, heeled in and kept over for spring! IVrr' w,'r'' entertained ( w Thompson. Jr , I who had ju.t returned from their planting. Damage from rabbit to j of 'Mr un,i Mr"' (wedding trip t In.l.atupclis Mid the newly set tree can be stopped'"1 ,,u,n" V",a Suml' .Messrs Huber Hoitxclnw, deohe' t Louisville. by putting poultry netting two feet' high around them. . Apple tree are best planted about .tfi by .15 feet and peach trres about When the holes j 21 by 2 feet apart. for the tree are being dug, the tpo' and sub soil should be kept separate so that the richer top soil can In- placed around the roots of the trees. I IF you want to buy a home you can borrow It is not n good practice to mix X straw, manure or leaves with the the money and pay it back on the installment dirt a the holes are being filled as plan. Make application to the Secretary now these tend to stop the rise of water through the soil may caue the tree to die because of lack of moisture Care should be taken to park the soil j m well around the roots. Miss Set ihlb) Maitti, S'tlj-TinJ. E. IUIhmoi, Pres&il. X It is better to do your duty than, to explain why you dhln't. Big Type Poland Chinas ht-Ht- pos-sihl- e Dixie Stock ERON Farms. 1 J i -- l'rer'lby, i ,.r 4 Niche-ksstlll- -- d , I ' ( MONEY to LOAN Lancaster Building & Loan Ass'n i. HELP YOURSELF GET WELL FAST IF I lave been ill. and it trrm if you never tvoukl eel jour strrttstli tack, you tmtl the won- vott as, ; Tubrrculctis It l I in Dntjin. n In l. ri'iiuii lllllt ,lM.t Sl,(li H.r. llrnuiii die niiintull) frum m rlt. , S ' EKS ' anil Coal In Industrial Uit. N.l until the satstillr it tho Hlcht-eenltvntury dhl cool Utwim of In-- ; dustrtul lmirtnmv h It lu cunv-ilesaii- ts "W-wh- stmii-tli- . sleep wvll, feci will qntl Hli well! Your druggist Ips Cade's IVptc of invalid to get lack thrir ut on firm flesh, rat well, j IIxmjvukIs " The Out Thing They Should Oo! Men will wratwle fur religion; write It. die fur it; an) thine fur It : ntu il iVIlmi. hut lite fr fr Manc-u-i liqutil or tablets, as you pre' fer. MiioM-(te- Gude's Pcpto-Mantfa- n All Cowards. Many nn orchixtni l.nilrr hn tnntl u womler why mine of M plnyerm had counige to utrlke hack at blm. rer WHATEVER YOU 8 wuiiiuii V So on) I 8 In;, he twisted the widow's urlht until he had her helpleo. Hut the widow neither fell on hi neek nor oho only looked nt him with n thoughtful i xprepolou. "Say Mime more, John !" ohe oald ouftly "Oh. ou"rt getting tame, an ou) Well, wlia' Vu got to say's all lieen said, exivpt that If I have untitling more to iimiplaln ntiout, I iaot you lift- iorn you In the olght of all. Ii'you uinlerktnnd)" He relenoed her Utld oIimmI hack, wiiti lillig the effect of his word. The widow M't'iued meilltittlte. "You've not heen overworking, lime yen, John)" idie Inipilreil gently. "No," growled Ingles. Whyl" "Well, wlnit oort of otiifT do you en hiinillng Die?" what oii'to "Cute iiiiiii stun. I'm the cute mun screamed ; 1 (father of LM- nn.: a liroini niiM-- . , ludy ,m" r,l"k.'d to hln "I like t.nir Whi r one woman tells mi that netin? Mr II.mkIi hut ii h,. fnmk ttlih another woman i ".simply the Sim t " )"! I 'i t mnii rti v jour noe" I " .r, he, The you have every reason to be'ieve that I,r she i r she Isn't. iKK-Tiii Tonic and Blood Enricher IIih.iI !,. irneedhin Cood Reason. ' I I I EAT - WEAR - USE GENERAL STORE IS PRE-- f tfyfcody s Doing It Turning I heir old Ford Cars fata tr.spor iww Antes Cart by iixMitiilnii new Amrie b"lr on an Old Ford Chawu. Tba pr-lutabuva sbuws an Gasoline 23c BUY THIS FROM US PARED TO SELL IT TO YOU AT SPECIALLY REDUCED PRICES. Abks KtW-oac- h My SAME PKICE as DANVILLE and LEXINGTON I I We want to make a direct hid for your patron-ukc- , or at least a portion of it. In mnkini: that hid wo want to assure you that we will accord you the 1 I l"n " M a Fard Ckmek It Klvrs you all th advtntasra o( comfort ri tlx and pruiHtkxi i4 a cliwd car stria and snap U a Kuadlcr. Absnlul pratrtiiun liocn th ocalhrr, )rt plrnlr of vrntilatwin. VVmilow mar ba Inwrtrd bn drsuerl. Wi J clear vision In errr jr direction. Pinlarwd in Mulnislit Blue. Just the car fur ductnrs. teachers, roid theslrUol car that cost tlSU to f3,IMI. Uh your old Ford Charns rnith this new Ames Voir and bar a real car f or onlr fiM. ill mount a Wlrm We Itrw Aiwi imur on your oU Ford CbaiUa at noeiiracuat, ll tuu UI dilve to Osremuuro. Wa are to in avar, laka day or two tat and at the country. Body shipped. U you with full fur mount loa. Anybudy cm do it, 'me For lh nasi thirty dira we are nulla a awrial intrnaHictory oiler. Wnta at uoca tor particulars. Stwrlal Inducements to live dealers. nature, and- - We Have Forced The Price Down Show your appreciation by giving us your complete consideration in the matter of quality, price and court cay that is humanly possible. No house can promise more and live up to the promise. Your Produce is same us cash. iiKMt Becker & Ballard ended, Hut that oentenee was net (or of a oiiddi n ii niugnltli-en- t Chluee tnov, Hut had lieen slaiidlng on the innntel, knin ked out one of Ingles' teeth, A mull hut heavy clock collided with hi n ooc. And a niiiiiII hut xeiittlucly lite woman mixed up thing wl'h iniicli tlin Hint In a moment or two Ingles found Jilmself stundiug hlet'dlng and dlohevellcd out side a hutted door, "Next lime you try Hint cntr man oiunt, miike u re juu'te got the right through wuiiiuii," kind of window. the Electricity. In detrloplnc u depiwlt of limit lit Iteton Kngllth Interests plan lo manufacture oil and use the of rlettrlcity. (4 for Te it patronage. Crown Gasoline Quality CuaraNtiri Polorine Oil First Class Wirk MYANTIVILU, KENTUCKY. taMttBttMUflBuflBiyiHBiiMB I Mk ir.A. CONN and CONN LANCASTER, KY. imt Thm Central Record, Lancaster. Ky., Thursday, Nov 23, 1022 Kentucky Now Fourth in Purebred Campaign In three month (luring the lummrr Just past, Kentucky went from fifth to fourth place among nil stake in the numbiT f farmer who have en- rolled in the nation-wid"Hettrr SIrcs-HcttStock" campaign by agreeing to use nothtnc hut purebred nlre in nil their breeding work, ar I cording to the latent quarterly report on the project which has just been received lit the College of Agricul ture. J luring those three months, Int., until Ost. Int., more i from July were enrolled In the move- I farmer mint In Union county than In nny ' .i . ..... . i i inner county in me country, arcoru-into the report. Counly Agent I. C. Brewer, working in with the college- - extension division here, enrolled 70 fanners In the drive for better livestock. Of the 573 n- rollment that were obtained through. out the United Slates during the three months named, 2t came from Kentucky. The drive for better live stock, which u being rarried on In nil state of the country by state agricultural college. in with the t'ni-teStates Department of Agriculture, Is now in its fourth year stood at the bottom of the list of nil stutes when the work started but has mnde steady progress and at the present time i predicted by Ohio, Virg.nia and Nebraska In the order named. Oldham county where County Agent Cordon II. Nance Is directing the work, has taken a prominent place In the drive, that county being one 1.1 in which more than 100 fnrm-- I I of er are enrolled. Up to the present time, Oldham county Is the leading one in Kentucky in the campaign, 1 1 per cent of the farmers In that district or 120, being enrolled. Union county is second. Christian third, Wayne fourth an.d Fulton fifth. Other Kentucky counties in which good work is being done in the drive to improve livestock jare Todd, Allen, llarren, Carroll, ' Muhlenhurg County and Nelson, agents n many counties of the state are making a definite start toward bettering livestock conditions by I making livestock survey. to find out the number of grade, scrub and purebred animals In their distrirts e er . g I S mm I Boils QuitQuicK! WS IS. S. Cat Pirn t Vm la Own U MtW anal f its Powarl RiauriuU Bloost-CUans- StMntla. Ilnlf thisiti'tigs Jim do wnr.ld look suspicions If someone should start report that yon are going crasy, Atchison OIMk Tha Southtrn Sahara. Kaliilmrl desert covers fUltT ILfi.oxi sitinrp miles,, mol Is part of the Immense Inner tnhlrlntid of fouHl Africa with nn nTernce elevation of R.rssi feet, Il ba been cnlloil ."tha Southern S'nlisrn " nnd like the great T desert nf north Africa Is scarred be liiils of (Iried-tirivers. Tlie 1 Yaw "War" - haplx-nt- Thre . Is s reason s f'onnMn- Is Ike ivuituoa-atns- rnmuonns. cr.rrtMni- n,Ihat kills iulrr. alM slops (mils' H for rrturd fur Uilli, m- - ft. COMMISSIONER'S SALE Of LAND will at my place two miles East of Lancaster, on Harris Lane, on Friday, Dee. 1st, AT TEN O'CLOCK oiler for sale the property, described as follows: , One team of work mares, one jjray horse, works anywhere and one coming 5 year old mare, one 5 year old gelding, works anywhere, one A year old gelding, works anywhere; four good cows, 1 yearling heifer, 1 Jersey bull calf, 'A heifer calves, 3 sows and pigs, 14 shoats; farming tools, about (50 barrels of corn, etc. Also will oiler for rent at same time and place my farm of ()! acres, all in gras. Plan! May l Saul SaUtt It hnllt on rrjwn. 8lntlfli-ailmlt Its powrr! K. H ), hullUs It l.u...t'urr. makrs lialldl rrM.Mft.rrlla.r Is what ncbtlna-bloud- . That KUkt-InMimmI ilrstroja Impur.llfs. It Htkts I'vlls. It alwayi wlnsl It flshts It fight skin eruptions! It l.ull.ls , tlilnklne hutrrr. Hie tlfbl-fittmwrr that whirls man up Intu sui.rss. It fim wnnirn tk hralili. tb SDS'lle rtitnplf lion ami tbs rbiriii that luoir. ho vrorl.l! Tkrs aff the rmsans t bo t lure maile S. K. H. tuiljf Ikr cfrat Mm ! rlransrr, tllT. suce ItulM- il lis wliy rpsiilli bjir ninl' Ir.irs f f J. v ftunr (row I In souls vt lhuiinU! ilr. V. II. Hchaff, M7 1Mb Fl Wj.blnr-Io1. ('.. writes: f.wrf ftr y.sri (a ol nlttf fnm a 14 rant.. plm-llrs- T nrtie-Hiwrrl tl n, tif SmU. Evrytkit ali S. S. S. I m sxir mtJml,l) turtj, mi it S. H. S. IWI JiJ It." Trj It joarsftf. S. 8. S. I sM at all ilruc liTrs In two stirs. Tbo laricrr sIm 11 He Is the more ervnomlraL rttr fil4 tk SaSaSa mnSfaf "S. S. S. is for svile at McRoberta Drug Store." BUCKEYE .Mr John Sew ell has taken a room ut the home of Mrs. Melia Hogie. .Mr. Tudor, of Valley View, visited .Mr. T. O. Hill first of the week. William Dickerson Kay arrived at the home of Mr. and Mrs. George Hay Nov. I'Jth., weight 10 lbs. Mrs. Kobt. Carter and daughters visited her mother, Mrs. KobU Price at Paint Kick, Saturday ami Sunday. Terms will be made on day of sale. A. T. Scott, Auct. J. A. Conn, Jr. rA snuffy cold? Misses Snllie l.ou Teater and Kthel Hay and Mr. Kobt. Long, Jr., were in ISurgin Tuesday to see Mis Jane llarberson. Mr. Hugh Kurtz bought in Stanford of cattle at II 'frets, and Messrs. J. T. Hill and T. 0 Hill 10 M2NTH0LATUM clears the nose head at .Vict. Mr and Mrs, Walker Itradshaw- - and daughter, Martha Francis, of Dan- guests of Mr. Millions villc, were week-enand Mr. T. C. Jenkins. Leaves Soils in Miss Dorothy Mae Dailey, daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Kdd Dailey and Mr, Crop Whittaker were united in marriage at Close to $0,000,000 worth of soil the home of Hev. J. F. Price Tuesday fertility will be taken away from evening. Kentucky farms when the state's es.Mrs. Melia llogie entertained Sattimated 1922 crop of 500,000,000 pounds of tobacco Is marketed, ac- urday, Mr, and Mrs. Currey Teater, cording to It. K. Stephenson, soil Mr. John W. Teater, of Columbua, Ohio, Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Teater and specialist of the College of ture. Till sis it heavy drain on the family, Mr and Mrs. Oscar Teater fertility of the state's farms that and daughter, Mr, and Mrs. Virgil takes away plant food worth more Teater, Mrs. S. It. Teater and daugh tha twice the amount that is. return- ter, Mr. Km in Teater, Miss Alma Stalks llronston, of Harrodsburg, Mr. and ed In commercial fertilizers. that are produced along with the .Mrs. J. T. Hill and daughters, Mr. T. leaf crop make good fertilizer and O. O. Hill and Mrs. T. C Jenkins if they are used carefully will help and son. l as Administrator of Curtis Pierce, will on The Sebastian considerably toward checking the anMrs. America Harris Sebastian died nual drain on soils that grow tobacco, .Mr. Stephenson says. Wednesday, Nov. 1.1th., at her home A total of 1.10,000,000 pounds of near here, after an illness of several tobacco stalks, or 7." ,1)00 tons are months. She left to mourn her loss produced along with a crop of 500,- - our sister, who has always made her 000,000 pounds of leaf, figured at home with her, two daughters, Mrs, AT TEN O'CLOCK, A. M. the cost of commercial fertilizers, the Moberly and Mrs. John Foster, three value of the nitrogen, potash and sons, Hufus, of Madison county, Syl .soil on the premises near Teatersville, the farm owned by the deceased, and occupied by the phosphorous taken from the soil by n vatms, of Nicholasville and I'urson, of ton of stalks alone is worth $18. At this county. Her husband, Mr. Al deceased at the time of his death. preceded her ""'I' is line sand stone land, has splendid "'J0,0 y'jUi len Sebastian, ago. She was ato ther improvements, consisting of 7 room This farm grave 12 year mem-bedwelliiiK house, a four acre tobacco barn and all necessary otiMiiiihliiiK. The farm will bei mill , HUT 1 Oil ,. im. om." of the llaptist church here. Hav- ill ... .1 tracts as follows: oirered ing reached the age of "fi years and ThU of TRACT NO. 1 Consists of lTi.'JO acres, with improvements on it and silso has a line greater than the commercial fertili being In III health, she had not been tobacco crop. able to attend church for u number of ,,T u"1''' ,m orcliani. Tobacco is especially rich in nitro years but with Paul could say, I have ,. , , .m .... , . aue.H. IRAUl nu, ? I iiiinihin oi )otah am, t)ll.rlforc Mnkr, fought the good fight, I have kept the K(.M nm supplement for phosphate faith, henceforth there is laid up for TRACT NO. 3 Consists of 14.70 acre. ' fertilizers. A ton of the stalks con- - me a crown of glory. Funeral ser , Then it will be olfcreil as a whole and the bid or bids realizing the most money will lie tains about a much nitrogen and vices were conducted by Kev. J, F accepted, potash as eight tons of stable ma- - Price, after which her remain were laid to rest in the cemetery here. Tm'" hJfuM' cash January 1st., IU2. balance hi one and Terms on the real estate will be one-hatt ',0' ?wr" years with a lien on land. PLANT THIS FALL when being used on the farm. undersigned will at the same time and place sell a lot of personal property consist-iny- ; The stalk also are excellent for top FRUIT AND SHADE TREES The r, dressing young grass or small grain etc. of household troods, farming implements, plows, Konrs, BLOOMING SHRUBS in the spring. 12 llfty pound shoats, 1 fat Iiok. 1 work horse and The following stock is to be sold: SMALL FRUITS Hot It the nitrogen ami the potash one btiKKy In tobacco is quite soluble and leach GRAPE VINES When the stalks Terms on personal property: All sums of $'2'.0() or less, cash in hand, over this amount i es awuy easily. EVERGREENS to tho lire left in piles exposed due in three mouths with interest from date, a Kod note will be required. tliair., I. t h.r.fiir. i...,,. 1... ...in. PERENNIALS This Is a splendid opportunity to buy one of the best little farms in (larrard county hm ,,.rut,jt. WBiU. f fertilizer The In fact, everything for Orchard, I.awn the land to be sold is all. but about t acres, in jtrass, and it is line sandstone land which KrowB(furt that tlu.y collUi iout lis (inrdrn. Our illustrate. I catalog best quality of tobacco. 'worth of plant food to the ton makes and this year is the most complete Dura-cr- y it important that they be taken cure book ever issued in the South. of so that their value will not be It i free for the usking. destroyed during the winter. StorH. F. IIILLENMEYER V SONS. ing the stalks In a shed until spread Blua Grass Nurstrlas, o tithe field la the best means of OF CURTIS PIERCE. making sure (hat none of the fertility Laaiaatoa, Kaatucky, & KaulTman, Attys. for Adm. Robinson which they contain will be waited. A. T. Scott, Auct. (iAKKAItn CIRCUIT COURT Plaintiffs, Prentiss Walker, et al, (Consolidated Cases) Vs. Henry Teater, et al, Defendant. II V virtue of and pursuant to a Judgment of the Garrard Circuit Court remleretl in me above siyiea cases at the August Term 1022, directing me to sell the real estate hereinafter described. I, W. II. Ilrovrn, Master Commissioner of the Garrard Circuit Court, will, on MONDAY, NOVF..MBEK 27th., 1922 at II o'clock A. M. or thereabout, ia front of the Court House door ia Ky,. sll to the highest and best bidder at public auction the folnow lowing described real estate owned by Henry Teater and Jesse I.unsford and lying ami being in Garrard County. Kentucky, on Wolf's Trail road and bounded and described as follows, That tract of land lying and be ink' in Garrard county, Kentucky. on the Kentucky Kiver and near the particularly Wolf Trail road, more bounded and described as follows: Be ginning at n point in the right hand fork of Lick llranch, corner to Blake-ma- n : thence down said Branch, X. K. 2.1 poles. N. 5. E. 16 poles: .V. I. W. poles; N. 74, E 20 polea; N. 4, K. IB poles to a corner near the mouth of another branch; and down the same with the general course of naid branch, N. SCH, W. 91 poles to a sycamore at the mouth of said branch on Kentucky River; thence down the Kentucky River with the meanders thereof, S. 28, W. 40 poles; S. 52, .W. 39 poles passing a sycamore tree on the bank of said river at 1H poles in all 39 poles to a point on the bank of said river at low water mark; S. 73 i, W. 40 poles; S. 80. V. 32 poles; S. 78, W 0 poles, S. tig, W. 14 poles; H. 04 'j poles; W. 13 poles; S. C4, W. poles to a syca IK poles: h. Ii7, Vi . more on the bank of said river at the mouth of Halfway Branch, corner to Hro.idus; thence leaving the river and up Halfway Branch with it meanders, S. GT. K 40 poles, S. 04, K. 21 poles, S 81 4, K 21 pole to a point ia the line of Murphy and corner to the tract sold by Henry Teater to U. G. Haines; thence leaving said branch and with the lines of said Haines ta the beginning a follows: X. 29, K. t: . 1 1 Administrator's Fertility Worth d Leaf SALE OF 31.28 poles, S. 89, K. 22.8 pole; X K 22 poles; S. 33 U, K. 28 poles, S. 80. K. 22 poles; X. fi2tt poles, K 12 poles to the west side of pass-wa- y leading to Wolf Trail Road; thence crossing said pusiway, S. 87 Vi , K. 4l poles, h. iUl, r.. 8 pole; S. 77, K 22 poles to the beginning, containing One Hundred and Three ami 85, SEAL AND PERSONAL PROPERTY. uniii-rstKiit't- Saturday. December 2nd 'h" T 1 1 acres, (103.93 A.) and there to said tract and constituting a part of same a passway leading therefrom to the noli Trail Ko.nl, which is twelve feet wide, the middle line of which is described as follow: Beginning at a point in the Wolf Trail Road, thence leaving said road and running through the land of V. G. Raines, and along the ridge between the waters of Lick llranch and Halfway Branch. X. 8s, W. 10 11, W. 14 poles; .N. 23; poles; W. 10 pole; X. 9. W. 14 poles; X. 1C. W. 10 poles; X. 13, W. 13.02 poles; X. 13 'i, K. 44 poles to a point In the line of the above described tract; said above described tract of land and passway being the same land conveyed by Mary E. Fain, etc. to Henry Teater, by deed dated March 28, 1905, recorded in the Garrard County Clerk's Office in Deed Book Xo. 20, page 430, less so much thereof as was by Henry Teater, etc., to V. G. Haines by deed Dec. 30. 1912 recorded in said Clerk's Olfice in Deed Book 29, page 373, the above described passway being reserved by said Teater in said last named deed." Said sale will be made upon a credit of six and twelve months, the purchaser or purchasers being required to execute bonds for equal amounts due in six and twelve months after the day of sale, payable to said Master Commissioner and bearing Interest at the rate' of 0 per cent per annum from day of sale until paid, snld bond to have the force and effect of a judgment and to be and remain a prior lien upon the property until 93-10- 0 Is appurtenant .. con-vcy- lf H;'1 " '' corn-plante- ! JOE PIERCE, Admr. 12,000. with interest at 0'per cent from Aug. 1. 1922; I'rentis Walker 1350, with interest at 0 per cent from Nov. 29, 1918; J. E. Robinson S50, with interest at 0 per cent from Nov. 29, 1918; It. II. Tomlinson 1200, with interest at 0 per cent from March 12, Kxchanire Bank of 1919: Farmer Nicholasville, Ky.. $661.00 with at 0 per cent from Aug. 5, 1921 subject to a credit of $315.40 paid Jan. 11. 1922; G. L. Knight $1,333.14 with interest at (1 per rent from Aug. 5, 1921; and the costs of these actions. W. It. BROWN, Matter G. C. C. paid off. The purpose of this sale I to settle and pay otr Hen debts adjudged against the above described real estate by said judgment amounting to approximately $1,500.00. a follows: Mutual Benefit Life Insurance Co., Tomlinson A Hay. Bafby A Hugucly, J. K. Robinson, Atty's. Capt. Am Mcurne, Auct. Tnm Central Racor. Lancaster, Kv. Thursday. Nov 23, 1922 and healthy, with a progressive and successful future ahead of us. Mr. Alice Dunn Adam, who sud- IF YOU OWN YOUR OWN HOME you are proud of it and more beautiful the harae. tM prouder you are. Nothing will add' more beauty to your home than Nursery Stock that will harmonize R. L. ELKIN. Local Editor and Mgr. But, like the baby of tender years, we are only safe so long as wc have a protector capable of repelling aggressive forces which greed and avarice may bring against us. That protector is the navy IN of the United States. If congress persists in reducing the navy to a state of we will be helpless against sudden foreign invasion. And that, apparently, is what a majority of our senators "Good luck" or "bad luck" in baking usually and congressmen are intent updepends upon the way the kitchen range works. on doing. bad luck. Don't blame yourself for If financial retrenchment is The GREAT MAJESTIC RANGE can be relied necessary, we suggest that a upon to bring you "good hick," because it backs your horde of political barnacles be heat. baking skill with uniform, properly-controlle- d pried loose from the public Let us show you why the Majestic outlasts cheap payroll. ranges twice over and then some. But keep the navy in a con BUY THE RANGE WITH A REPUTATION. (1 it ion where it can afford us the necessary protection until an army can be formed. If compelled to depend upon congressional oratory to de"Live and Let Live Folks. t fend us against foreign invasion we will be in a sad state indeed, regardless of the volume of noise that bunch can produce The Central Record adult years. People who arc unable or Babyizing America is the Yeaf. $1.80 Issued Weekly. unwilling to raise children last step in congressional in Payable in Advaac. properly should refrain from competency. J. E. ROBINSON, Editor. bringing them into the world l I 5 I ood Luck" Baking S cy so-call- denly passed away In Denver, Colo., Tuesday, Nov. 14th., of heart failure, w born and reared near Bryant-vlll- e, wa the daughter of the late Jefferson and Nancy Bainrhwan Dunn and the only sister of Jack and Tom Dunn, who expired a few year ago. In April 18(18 the was married to Kdwin M. Adam, who died In Nov. 1870. One daughter blessed thi union, Mrs. W. R. Ramsey, of Denver. Her friend and relative here extend to her their deepest sympathy, Mrs. Adam united when young with the Pleasant Grove church, wa a splendid Christian and loved by all for her lovable disposition and tnany noble characteristics. The remains accompanied by Mr. Ramsey and aon, Kdwin, arrived In Danville at noon Saturday morning, and were taken to the home of Mr. Joshua Adams, where at one o'clock the funeral was held, interment tnk ing place in the Lancaster cemetery in the afternoon and the body laid to rest beneath a beautiful mound of Chrysanthemums. with the size of your home. Write or phone and let me quote you prices on stock that you earn to select The best that can be had in hardy ornamentals and all kinds of fruit trees and plants. E. W. REEVES Lancaater, Ky. En I Howm lis I! WATCH THI BIG SALE li LcxinitM FLOUR Urst by Test -- HiivesoM is much as fifty sack to one eintouiiT Just arrived a nice line of OVEKCOATS. 00 Your choice for i CONN BROS. Presbyterian Church Notice The time has come when all mem bers and friends of the church have the opportunity to take part In the Million Dollar Campaign for Chris tian Kducatlon in our own state We have been watching with Interest the progress elsewhere in the tat and have seen the figure move up above the nine hundred thousand mark. Dr. J. Gray McAllister of the Louisville Seminar)" opened the local campaign on last Sunday with two strong addresses in the morning speaking on the subject immediately before us ond In the evening on the "Shepherd's 1'salm" a n sermon. The workers will arrive the latter part of this week to assist the pastor and an executive committee In llxing the goal and laying plan for the work In the local church. Dr. It. A. Montgomery, President of Centre College will be the speak-e- r for the next Sunday It is hoped that a full attendance will welcome this, our new 'college President at the services Sunday. The Ladies' Missionary Society will give their annual Silver Tea at the church Friday evening, beginning at 7:30. During the evening a play will be staged by them In keeping wjth the line of their work, and a daliciou plate lunch will be served besides other thing to make it u very enjoyable occasion. The. Union Thanksgiving service Nov. 30th., is to be held in our church this year and we gladly welcome this service, extending to all an invitation to come on that day at 10.30 in the morning to worship ami give thank to God Who has so abundantly blessed us during the year that has just pawed since we a a nation observed the day. Rev. Wm. K. Hix, pastor of the llaptist church will preach the'sermon on this occasion. nevcr.to-be-for-gotte- . i J. ENGLE LinniMcr.Ky Nenr Dcxit Gay old New York, we note, clines to bow to the long skirt. prefers to rise- to the short one - de- It r IrX 'm s 1 1200 If a man promises to pay you a certain bill on a "certain date you expect him to keep his promise. FMin AdvartMMM U If he fails to pay his credit THE AMERICAN PRESS ASSOCIATION is impaired, your confidence in his good intentions is shaken, LMCtttcr, It., Ntvtavcr 23, 1922 and your respect for him is in a measure destroyed. Rate For Political Aaaouacesaeat. And all for one little broken For Precinct and City Offices.! 6.00 promise! 10.00 For County Office It requires many years of For State and District Offices. 15.00 correct living to build up 'a .10 For Calls, per line .10 reputation of value. For Cards, per line One false step may destroy For all publication in the interEntered at the Pot Office in LanMall caster, Ky., ai Second-Ga- s Matter. est of individual or expresit. view, per Look before you step, and 10 line THINK BEFORE YOU PROMObituaries, per line .05 sion of individual Twenty Years From Now What does the future hold in store for us as a nation? Within the next twenty years unless there is a radical change for the better in the relations of labor to capital, wc will be torn by internal dissensions, if not prostrated by open civil war. Present conditions cannot endure forever. If the smouldering discon tent now prevalent breaks out into revolution it will leave us a nation of cripples from self inflicted wounds. That will be the psychologi cal moment for a foreign nation with a grudge to launch an invasion against us with every hope of definite results. The animosity between labor and capital must be removed in a fair and just manner, for the permanent good of both sides and of the millions of people in between. It is more profitable to pro vide for the future than to bemoan the past. LSBL ' ' SBSBSBH VB"2sSBSBLSBSM Xmas Presents Free A beautiful gift book, "I'oems for the Common Country' Hoy," I'eopJe by a "ach Fully Covered by Insurance Muriel ltwlcr, a young star of the screen, who has been selected by the N. Y. Stato Ass'n, of Local Agents HARVEY M. ESTES I'olicy" girl In a as the "Itend-You- r Cf(jrtorn, Kjr. campaign conducted by the Assoto induce holder of policirs ciation Some, at least, are fully convincthemselves with the to familarite ed that the public doesn't know how term of their policies. to vote Intelligently. LOYD Mrs. Henry Ray pneumonia. Is Send order for Iliblrs. pott card today for latest prices on lliblrs. very low with Mr. ami Mrs. O. P. Naylor and son, Dave, of Cincinnati, are visiting If you need; money on yoHr;farm( Janu-arlit," put In y .... ISE. West Virginia moonshiners arc said to be using skunks to outwit the revenue officers. The scent of the skunk obliterates that of the hootch, and officers are unable to locate the stills. Of course, if an odoriferous animnl happens to fall into the mash it only serves to increase the flavor of the forbidden beverage. Many young girls, even of tender years, resort to paints and powders in order to enhance the charm with which nature has provided them. In time they marry, and their husbands are chagrinned to learn that much of their marvelous beauty was purchased by the box. Think it over, girls. If nature provides you with intelligence and character you are possessed of something of far greater value in the eyes of a manly man than all artificial facial adornments combined. Criticism, if constructive, is good for our community and Yards of cloth dyed red, or white, or blue, or all of these colors, mean nothing. You may pass them a thousand times without giving them a second thought. But work that cloth into an American flag and it becomes at once the symbol of the greatest heritage of mankind liberty. The man who loves his country will respect its flag. He will not treat it as yards of cloth. The man who does not respect his flag cannot, under any possible stretch of the imagination, be classed as a lover of his country. We have many of the one, and too many of the other. Study your neighbors, and your friends, but let that study be in a spirit of fuirness and impartiality. They all have their faults, which are more often upon the surface and open to criticism. But they also have their good qualities, which arc generally under the surface, felt only by the few and unknown to the many. Most men have more good qualities than bad ones. But the bad ones, like the skunk, command instant attention, while the good ones are passed by without notice. relatives here. Mrs. Avos Turner, of Ind., Is here for a visit ter, Mr. Henry Hay. Mr. and Mrs. William baby spent the week-enand Mrs. S. N. Sanders d Indianpolis, with her sis S. Ray and with Mr of Hradshaw Interest 5 I-- 2S Mill. SueSNtlby Mast Loan Agent and Abstractor Court House LANCASTER. KY. r.ir,tf Your best friends are not always the one with whom you are most ' intimate. One Lesson Learned What is the lesson you learn ed at the recent election? Or did you learn any lesson at all? In certain communities thru- out the country the law abid ing element did less idle talking and more systematic work in getting respectability out to the polls. As a result, a better class of people were elected to office in such communities, and law enforcement will be more rigid in the future. In other sections respectabil ity was asleep at the switch, Baptist Church News We were favored last Sunday in having W. J. Vaughn, of the State Sunday School Association, with u SPECIAL PRICES - - ON -- for our people. Hut criticism with nothing better to offer, becomes pessimism, and is destructive. It with the result that justice and right will be sidetracked until time for another election. Respectability, when ener getic and wide awake, will prevail. breeds dissatisfaction over conditions that exist without offering any means of correcting them. The next time you feel like criticising those in authority, be charitable enough and fair Babyizing America enough to withhold that critiA year old baby may be cism until you are in a position to suggest a suitable remedy. large, and healthy, and vigorous, and strong, and if afforded You may not speak at all. proper protection it may grow Are you a persistent cussur, into a mighty man of prowess. But remove its protector durbrother? If so, don't be surprised if your Hon, follows in ing its years of helplessness your footsteps. and it becomes an easy prey to The example of the father any aggressor. can hardly be denied the son. It is so with this country. Numerically, commercially Habits formed in youth are seldom changed or forgotten in and financially we are strong, When asleep, it is of no avail. Such, as we see it, is the principal lesson to be learned from the recent battle of the ballots. LUNCARDIA stand hitch above all nrenaratlons in nuickly removing Coughs and Colds. "Deep-seateCouch and Colds lire a numncc to the LUNGS." Take no chance with a syrup of merely pleasing taite, but uie LUNGAKDIA, recommended and used by Nurses and Physician, and proclaimed the best. Unooualed for sore throat, difficult breathing, 'etc. 00c and $1.20 per bottle. Your money back if any other preparation approaches it for good result. Manufactured by Lungardia Co., Dallas), Texas. FOR SALE BY McROBERTS DRUG STORE. d .) morning anil evening. Je addressed the School at the close of the lesson period, anil in the evening delivered a forceful and illuminating message! on the need of more unit better Sunday School work throughout the State I as the most effective means of combatting luwlessn; and godliness in the land. Since the llible has been removed from our public schools it must be taught In the various Hible Schools. To be effective we must ' strive to make our Sunday School sessions as Interesting as they can be made; the class period must be made to count far real instruction in Hible' truths; it should also be spiritual nndj adapted to thu winner of our scho-- , lar to Christ. The use of printer's I ink and personal work were urged as means to increase the attendance, i Let's help to put these suggestions into practice by being in our .place promptly next Sunday at ten o'clock. ' The pastor will preach nt 1 1 o'clock and 7:30 1, M. Topic for the morning sermon "A Lost Crown." j The young people' meetings Jun-- . lor at U o'clock; Seniors at 0:45., 1'attle Long will lend the senior j meeting. The general public will be made welcome at all our services. j "Welcome to this houso of God are stranger and the poor." J Heating STOVES Wc have on display the finest ami nio.it COMPLETE LINE of HEATING STOVES ever shown in Lancaster. Tobacco Stoves We have included in our heating stove Hue a number of tobacco or stripping room stoves specially built and designed fur the stripping room. No other heater will kIvu the real service and convenience that one of these will kIvc. Before you buy your heater LOOK AT OURS. Prices arc rijcht none are better. FISHER LEAF LINE FOSTER LINE. .lt Fur Whsal Bran aad Purism Feed, Horsa aad Mula aad Dairy Hualsoa A Faraau. SaUaraV Far F4, FJ. Go to church Sunday. When the preacher oratra upon the delinquencies of mankind you can alway reflect that there are exception to every rule. HASELDEN BROS. LANCASTER'S BIGGEST STORE. The Central Record. Lancaster Ky. Thursday, Nov 23. J 922. 8 i Mrs. Pendleton Cox has returned from Danville, where she visited Mr. Walter Cox and baby. Mr. and Mrs. Sam 0. Newton, of Rurgin, spent a few day with relatives in Garrard county. Mrs. Turner, Mrs. J. K. Elmore and Miss Mary Mae Walker were visitors In Lexington Tuesday, Mr. ami Mn. Luther Hrlckey visi ted Mr, nnd Mrs. John Nave at Camp- Nelson Saturday nnd Sunday. FOR SALE MY STOCK OP WILL AT ALL TIMES STRIVE TO GIVE YOU SERVICE COMBINED WITH QUALITY and COURTEOUS TREAT-MEN- T, Mrs. J. W. Creech, Lucy Rose nnd Joe lllumschc, of Richmond, hnvejl Merchandise and Fistnrss have accepted a position traveling for a large Wholesale House, and will move my territory January 1st. I been recent visitors Mr and Mrs. John In l I.ancatrr. I I ALSO OFFERING YOU MORE FOR YOUR DOLLAR THAN YOU CAN GET ELSE WHERE. I'cndergrnssi and daughter, of Itristow, Ky., visited his mother, Mrs. Mines Pender-- , gnm at Dentsville last week. i Miss Klizabcth Anderson, who has; charge of the trimming department of n millinery shop In Mt. Vernon, has been a recent visitor of her mother, Mrs. Pnttie Anderson. Mr V h llrickey, who hns been confined to his home with Lngrippv for several days has returned to Cor-biwhere he will take up his work with the I., .v N. Railroad. For a BARGAIN see me at once. WATCH THE UNUSUAL VALUES WE ARE OFFERING IN EVERY DEPARTMENT. Sanders Variety Store Th Red Front LANCASTER, KY. si MILLINERY $1 2 COATS, SUITS. DRESSES New Shipment arriving daily Mr M. A. Ilenning, of Lexington, hns joined his wife here for a stay of a week at Mrs, J. C. Robinson's. Mr llenntng will aim attend to business in different sections of the coun- ty Kvangeline Van Arsilnll and George Adams, both of this city, were married in l.ancnter Friday. Iloth young people are quite popular and their many friends extend congratulations.- Richmond Register. Misa No Power Appendicitis Friends of George Swinebroad will he glad to learn that he is recovering rapidly from an operation for appen-diciti- s nt Danville last Tuesdny. We nre !ail to state that Bruce Lnwson is nlso recovering from the same operation nt a Richmond hospital. THE EASIEST WAY gift problem is to visit the Christinas Hazaur on December 16th., nnd select gifts for all. Alio leave orders for candy nnd everything good to eat. Given by the Wo man's Missionary Society of the Chris tian church. Tit solve the Mi Helen Gill left for Los Angeles, Calif., where she Next will spend several weeks with her nunt, Mrs. Clement llassctt, who has That the entire office force of the been quite ill since the death of her Central Record may more fully enhusband. Her many friends are glad joy Thanksgiving, we will go to to know she is slowly improving. press next Wednesday Instead of We state this in "order Thursday. Mrs. Joe Robinson, who has been that our correspondents and adverCounty in the Danville and Iloyle copy in by MonHoplta) for an operation for tonsil!- - tisers may have their Please bear this In day nfternoon. Mrs. Loris tis has returned home. in have we offered such Never with us Just for mind and So per arrived in Danville last night this one time. to be present at the funeral of Mrs. is bound to come. buy them now, Shoe Adams, who died in Denver, nnd whine remains will be carried to Ijin- We newest in also showing all r, Miss Uerthn Francis Oaks of Mr. nnd Mrs. Guy Jones caster K"y nnd Mr. Thomas C. Ber have returned from Ijincaster, where and they went to attend the funeral of ry of Lexington, Ky., were unnited in mnrriage November Ith, by Rev. tieir uncle, Mr. Frank Ilubblc.- House The One flr, ami .Mrs. J. w. walker were Ijiwrcnce of Lexington, in the pres called to Ijincaster last night by the ence of n few Intimate friends anil A AabA AaA death of his sister, Mrs. Samuel Cot relatives. Mrs. Itcrry is the daughter of Mr, ton.- - Danville Messenger. and Mrs. II. F. Onkes of this city. Miss Mary Mae Walker delightful Mr. Kerry is the' eldest son of Mr and Mi Ox j larric Miller hat returned! Miss Pearl Oakes of Lexington, was a vimi 10 .Misses iionnnue, in . ine guest ol her parents, .Mr ami .Mrs, ly contributed to the social affair of Mrs. K. Horry of Lexington, where irom the week when she entertained they will make their future home. Ilanvllle. j II. V. Onkc. Sunday. number of friends with a bridge par Mrs. Hubert Kinnntrd and little ion, Mint Jennie lliggins, Miw I.ucretla ty at her suburban home on Rich Robert, Jr., have returned from a J Skinner and Miss Kllia Smith were mond road in honor of Mrs. Turner, Quite n surprise wns given Mrs. Danville visitors .Saturday. visit to friend in Louisville. of Mississippi. A profusion of fall Am Bourne Sunday when n number Mm Ctmimp 4 A Met HsUI (lowers and greenery added much to .Mr. ami Mrs. Nat Thompson, of home in Mr. J. II, Mount and Miss Joan Oafe! syTtMM Wt Af laferutto U. the attractiveness of the room. Af of relatives gathered at her Mount leave tomorrow for Latirnngc, Springfield, have been guests of his birthday. h honor of her the enjoyable game n handsome where they will visit relatives. sister, Mrs. Harry Hudson and itev ter filled with ly appointed repast was served. bringing with them baskets Hudson. Mr. it. It Fox has been a rerrnt nil kinds of good things to cut. Mrs, Carlton The guests were Miss Joan Mount. Mr. J. K. Elmore, visitor in Danville. The dining room wus beautifully Klkiti, Misses Martha ami Helm (Sill Mr. and Mrs. Taylor Itolton have Mrs. Harry Rice. Mrs. J. K. Klmore, decorated in Chrysanthemums. The In Danville last week. Mrs. John Scott, Mrs. liurton Stupp, in Dan. were visitor Mr. W. A. Dickcrson w returned to Richmond after a visit table was lovely. It had for its cen Mrs. Kinnnird, vliJe the past week on business. e 1j" mmv1 Hyfiymyew ?r?r Mrs Robert Kinnainl, Mrs. Joe Price, a large white birthday cake, Mrs. John Doty hns returned U( Virgil Mrs. Turner, bearing the date of 1U22 around Wl!liam Kinnainl is attending fed "Richmond after a visit to her daugh- ItttlllftPltT. Mrs. Klijah Ford, Misses Martha nnd which burned pink and white cnndles. eral court in Richmond this week. ter, Mrs. Thomas I'icratt, in (iarrard Miss Mary Owsley, who teaches in Helen Gill. The day wns delightfully spent and Lexington at one of the High Schools, Miss Sue Shelby Mason has been j c"unt' There was a very IntcreUing meet- the guests departed wishing Mrs. is at home for a few days on account a recent visitor in Lexington. Mr. ami Mrs. Jim II. ("nine, of ing of the Woman's Club Thursday Ilourne many returns of the day. Lexington, have been visiting Mr. of illness. afternoon at the rooms on Lexington Mrs. John K. Stonnes is spending and Mrs. Kd Gaines, on Maple Mrs. K. D. Uourlnnd, the .Mr. and Mrs. Miley Walker and avenue. a week at Crab Orchard Springs. avenue. daughter, Huzcl, were guests Sunday president, was in the chair, nnd the One of the best foot ball games to Mrs. Kmma llljnrinbotham is visiminutes rend by the secretary, Mrs. Mr. ami Mrs. Slaughter 11. Gaines, of her parents, Mrs. Anderson, at ting her sister, Mrs. West, near G. A. Abbott. After the business be seen here this year will be pulled of Lexington, were guests Sunday of rreachersville. 2 P. session, Mrs. Guy Davidson had tomorrow afternoon (Friday), at Mr. and Mrs. Kd Gaines, on Maple Mrs. Kiln lloltzclnw and Miss charge of the program, her subject M., when the Lancaster High School Mr. ami Mrs. Sain Hairldi'll have avenue. Wndclce Parks, of Danville, have betting the grand opera, Rigoletto by eleven will lock horns with the unreturned from n few days visit in Verdi. Several selections from the defeated HI representing Cynthiana Mrs. Arthusa Currey has returned been spending several days with Louisville. friends. opera were played on the victrola and Schools. Iloth teams nre determined visit to her daughter, Mrs. from a has won nil of duet was sung by Mrs. G. A. Ab to win ns Mr. K. I.. Owsley is visiting rela- Fisher Gaines and Mr. Gaines, in. Mrs. D. D. Gelger, of Huntington, bott und Mrs. Clinton Hastin, whose her contests nnd after she defeats tives and friends in Lexington and Danville. W. Va., who has been visiting her voices were beautiful and most ex- the Cynthiana team it will be eleven Nlcholasville. Mr. and Mrs. G. II. Swinebroad sister, Mrs. W. O. Kigney, returned pressive nnd Miss Mary Davis played straight victories for her. The game Mr, (ieorgla Moore Arnold, of have returned from n months visit in to her home Monday. with even more than her usual abil- will be called promptly at 2 P. M. Richmond, has been visiting her aunt, Martinsville, Iml., Cincinnati and Mr. and Mrs. Kaymond llasclden ity as a pianist. There werv about . Let's all go out, wearing green and Louisville. Mrs. N'ack McCrath. visited their daughter, Miss Jane forty members present and they white and carry out the school slogan "IIKAT CYNTHIANA." Mr. and Mrs. Turn Cotton am! Haselilen, at Hamilton College, in showed enthusiastic appreciation of The annual Silver Tea of the the program. held daughter, from Itlchmond, wore week Lexington the past week. Ladles Missionary Society will be Lloyd in at the Presbyterian church on the end visitors of Mr and Mrs. Henry Miss Ora Prattler, Miss Grace Hall In renewing for her paper, Mrs. S, Arnold on the Lexington pike. -- 4th. evening of November and Mr. Karl llolninn were the pleas- II. Rout writes from Portland, Ore Boy" Miss Lena llriitht wishes to notify ant guests Sunday afternoon of Miss gon: "U'e have moved to our home Miss Delta Klce Hughes, who is This is one of the happiest and here in Portland and always welcome most learning- to be a teacher In the India- you once more to bring in your com es Ktnmii and Lulu Smith. ludicrous films that has ever the dear old Record. napolis School for the Deaf, spent fort if you want her to tack same as Mr. Green Kutes, of Marksbury, been thrown upon the semen. It is "Portland is growing rapidly nnd In Anderson, Iml., with the price will go up as the weather Mr. George Kstes, Mr. and Mrs. I.il the week-enmost popular production on the will soon be the largest city on the the gets colder. cousin, Mrs. VY. I Sharp. burn Floyd, of Hubble, visited their I hr circuit today, being shown at many coast. There is some talk of holding weeks and weeks with sister, ut Deutsvillc, Ky. last week the "World's Kxpositlon" here in theaters for out un intermission, and nt every Mr, ll27, und if it is we hope old Ken Mr. and Mrs. Itobert Yater, jierformance the building would be and Mrs. W, II. Griggs and children, tucky will be well represented. packed. "Please give our love and regards Lesta, Marie and llillie, were guests GOODS AND The movie patrons nre fortunate Sunday of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. to father, Mr. R. R. Denton, und tell Indeed to have the pleasure of seeing him that you heard from us. Alio W. M. Smith. , this laughable comedy picture and SHOIS, RUBBER GOODS, BOOTS. to the rest of the folks. remember Us Mrs. N. Thompson and daughter, Hoping to receive the Record regular- that pleasure wilt be yours for three OVERALLS, Miss Nancy Thompson, of Springlleld, ly und wishing you much success nnd nights and one afternoon ut Romans' O'BRYAN Opera House, Lancaster, Ky Thurs are spending some time with Mrs. a very happy Thanksgiving, 1 am, day, Frhluy and Saturday night and Heavy Uaderwear. Thompson'! daughter, Mrs. Harry Outlag Cloth Very respectfully, Saturday afternoon, Nov. 23rd., 24th. Hudson anil Rev. Hudson. Mrs S. II. Rout." buying. Look before ami -- Mh. Adults 35 cents; children Mines Lyda and Anna Mae Hroad- 20 cents. ilu. Misses Maud, SallieLou, Thelma Few of our thoughts are entirely Dicksrsoa's Geauiao Ksaawka Salt and Ituby Clark, Tom Ward and Jas. our own. We just can t resist the T. Clark were Sunday guests of Mrs. temptation to share them with other I sacks ad barrels. lost foe curiag people. W. G. Clark ami family. meat. . Hu4oa A Faraau. nnd .$15 Hats at . -- .$9.00 $8.00 and $10.00 Hats at $6.95 $(i.00 and $7.00 Hats at $4.95 and $5.00 Hats at $2.95 Don't miss this opportunity to get high grade headwear at rediculously low prices. 0 and being marked at price that will turn them rapidly. Get yours while the selection, is good. For two days this week our office owing1 to was out of commission boiler trouble at the power plant, from which we get all our power to run the pre.es of the office. For this reason we were compelled to cut our issue four pages in order to get Wednesday out on time. Wednesday before values SHOES are STRAPS. weather the things OXFORDS of Quality Oakes Berry Never tell a woman that she has the world nt her feet. It is a reflection upon their size. Quite Frequtntly, Bore. The trouble with men of sense If Unit they are so dreadfully In eiirnest nil the white. Itove. Mohammedans Fivor Violet The lolet I Hie Hower of the Mo hniiiiiii-dareligion mid violet It the motinilne onlnr of Its followers. n Lan-caite- Price Store aji tm IM No Gossip About People Birthday Dinner sixty-sevent- for suld Dorothy, defending her hnbjr sister, "she hasn't got her tnlk language yet. so she has to cry "You eV AlUmatlv. thlncs'ltostmi Transcript. In Training. I Inn., moved Into li by the railway.- - -- Doesn't that disturb your sleep" "So. They say that I can get used to It )n a few nights, and O for the Mnt week or so I urn sleeping In n hotel." Stockholm Knsper. The hou e i ter-piec- Cynthiana Arch Shoe Preserver Foot-Y- on Uin-cast- For the Perfect Harold "Grandma's who have perfect feet quite likely do not appreciate the fact. You have always had them you see no reason why your feet should fail you. Yet seven people out of every ten have weak or fallen arches. d Ml Value your peifcct foot and keep it perfect for all times wear the ARCH PRESERVER SHOE with lite concealed bridge which comfortably and properly supports and keeps the arch in normal shape. GROCERIES DRY If your feet are ixrrfcct the ARCH PRESERVER SHOE will keep them perfect, if they are not, thk shoe will help them. JAS. W. SMITH aid C. K. Engle (SB MMNMSMSMIMSINMMM The Central cord, Lancaster, Ky.. Thursday Nov 23. 1922 PAINT LICK I Which I Larger the Sun or a Cent The sun is the largest but you can hold the cent so close to your eye that you'll lose sight of the sun. Don't let a cheap price or a big can baking powder make you lose sight of quality. CALUMET Th tsonomy BAKING POWDER er Is the quality leav-enfor real economy in the kitchen, alwaysuseCalumet, one trial will convince you. Mia Kuth llos Is expected home' for Thanksgiving. Uncle Andy llounshell I very low with heart trouble. Mr. Joe How man visited friend here the first ofthe week. Mr. M. I.. Noe has returned from several days stay In Harlan. Mr. V. O. Anderson has been on the sick list for several day. Mr. V. S, tlcnslcy, who has been quite ill for several day is Improving. Mis Jessie .Mae llammack was the guest Sunday of Miss Cynthia I'ruitt. Mr. Morris Todd was in linciister Sunday evening, the guest of Mf Edna Underwood. Mr. J. I). Hurchell spent Friday with her sister. Mrs. Moborly, who Is very sick Miss Cynthia I'ruitt, of Herea with the spent the week-enCol-leg- e, d and Mf1 Garrard Nilimil Firm Liir Assn HENTfKHATUM quickly heal Mesdames It. J Federal Farm Loans: RATE OF INTEREST 51 PER CENT. I'at- Walker. II. J. rick, F II Smith and II. - Francis. Nice refreshments were served and a most delightful evening was enjoyed by all present. K. W. Kstrldgo. For information see G. B. SWINEBROAD, Secy-Trea- t. Ilrllon Oscar, age ten years, the only son of Mr. unit Mrs. Oscar Helton died at C.UNNS CHAPEL hi home near Kirktville Sunday Mrs. J. M. Anion and little daughmorning after n few days illne of pneumonia. Funeral service were ter, visited Mfs Sallle Noel Sunday. conducted at the home Monday at one The services at the Methodist o'clock, after which interment took church will continue through this place In the Hlchmond cemetery. week. llniwn's Chapel for service Sunday. Ml Smile Welch, of Jackon coun-ty- , Is here with relatives, Mr. and Mrs. J H. Spark and family for an indefinite stay. home folks. Mrs. II. II. Montgomery entertained Mis Mary Walker S. S. clas Oft .The sale of Calu- met is over 150 ft greater than that of any other baking powder. THE WORLD'S GREATEST BAKING POWD hens will lay more eggs during the winter if they are fed the right kind of feeds and given good care. Close to ."lOO Fayette county farlust sumPure bred live Mock u gaming in mers and their wive this distingumer learned the method of favor with Harrcn county farmers. good ami poor County Agent J. 0. Horning say. ishing between the layers in their poultry (locks by atFour fanner of the county recently culling demonstrahave .milled pure bred sire to their : tending poultry held by County Agent W. It. ' tion dairy herds. (ahbert and the extension division of Hopkins county farmer. are find the CollcKf of Agriculture. A total Ing out that limestone helps them of ilS forks were culled in the demonget better stands of sweet clover and' strations. I,:100 of the ViiU hens other legumes. County Agent Mor-- i that were handled being discarded ris M. fiordon reports. Sixty tons f because they showed characteristic limestone recently were used by signs of being poor layers that had fanners in the county in one month. ' stopped for the season. Forty Taylor county farmers have Few acres of Campbell county in the1 farm lands this year will gu through entereil their poultry flock winter egg laying project being cn ' the winter without a growing crop ducted over the state by the exten-- l on them to stop soil washing and the sion division of the College of Agri- - leaching away of plant food. County Agent H. F Link says. Farmers county Agent J. I.. Miller They will in that section of the state have ( "low recommended practices during shown keen interest In the value of the next five months in order to find cover crops for protecting soils durout for themselves whcthiy or not ing the winter Farm and Home News From Over Kentucky -- i Tuesdny afternoon. Mr. It. J. Walker was the pleasant guest of Mrs. K. II. Smith last Thursday afternoon. Kstridge. Mr. K. Mrs. II. W. T. Woods and Mrs. I). A. Ilervcy were In Hlchmond Wednesday, Mr. and Mrs. I.en Goodman, of Ilnvenna, have been guests of his par-cn- t. Dr. anil Mrs. fi. C. oodman. Messrs. Woods and II. J. Walker have returned from the National Fox Hunt at Washington Court House, (). Mr. and Mrs. H. J Chestnut and children. Mr. Noah Hensley were guests of Mis Alice I'enington Sunday. The ladies of the Chritian church will have a Thanksgiving food sale Wednesday. Nov. JUth., at l.ogdon,s Store. .Mr. Krnet Center, of Itiivcnna, was the guest of her father, Mr. J A. Scott and family for several day. recently. Opportunity passes the man who Mr. and Mrs. Charley Friend and children and Mr. Walter Norman waits for it were in Danville Sunday, the guest of Mrs. (looch. The pie supper given at the High School Building Friday night by the American Legion was quite a success, $!U.40 being realized. Mr. Metcalf, mother of Mr J M Metcalf, had the misfortune to get n fall but fortunately no bones were broken but she was brtiied up some Mr. and Mrs. T. II. Todd and chd dren. Mr. and Mr. Tho. I.ogsdon and children spent Sunday In ljincater. the guest. of Judge and Mr. Tread-way. Mrs. Will Ogg died at her home near Herea on the Itfth., after an Dines of several month. The immediate cause of her death was pneumonia. The funeral service were held at the home Tuesday at lOtfl) o'clock, by Kev. Hudson, of Herea, and burial in the Richmond cemetery. She leaves a husband and one daughter, Mrs. Charley Duerwin. Mrs. Ogg was a sister of Mr. W. (I. Anderson and .Mrs Ollie Hoian, of I'aint l.ick. I'lease send or phone your item Saturday or Monday, m they will get in the news sheet on Monday afternoon, a we have to mail them in on the. 5 o'clock mail Monday. We often hate new sent fn too late for that week and some may think they are left out for some other rrunrt when it is only because they were too late for that week and would have to be changed entirely for the next week. You can always get u at the depot on Monday and Saturda or at I eg We thank tou for the don's store item which you have been u kji.I to send, please continue. llnlman were here to 'f Mrs. John daughter. Haiel, one Kev. and Mrs. W. II. Morris were Hall and little guests of Mr. and Mr. Tallnn May day last werk Mr and Mrs. J "M Anion and two Saturday night. children and Mrs. W. H. Kay were In Mis lele Teater was able to re ' .Monduv for a visit with turn to svhoid lat week after an at I VlrKi.la. villi. 4 '.Mrs W. I' Long ami sou, Kobcrt. tack of tonsilltls. Mcls. Harvey Teater and Job Little Mis lintel Hall injured her Ijtnd were in Stanford Court day, throat when she fell on a stick with Mr. Ijtnd purchased two calves at ten which she wa playing. He also purchased one of dollar Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Sparks enterMr Ke nobis' here at the same price. tained all their children and thirteen Maler Charles llyrd llollon, who grandchildren Sunday. ha been ill for the pat two year Mr. und Mrs. Hughey Moberly and and who has brrn in a hospital in daughter, were week-enguest of Kansa City for the past eight months Mr and Mrs. Harvey Teater. is much better and expect to be able Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Parson 'mo- to return to his home at Sand Spring, tored to Crab Orchard for a vlit with Okla.. in a few more weeks. Mr. I'arwn's parents Sunday Mises Annie and Flora Morn Kntymg another person's brain Kev and Mr. Morrl to will no rultivate tour own Mr. Kussrll llolmaii ami Mr. Krl W 0 KK.MY W II l)I( KF.RSON W. 0. RIGNEV Ortirr I'lionr IK. KrsiiteiK & CO. Funeral Directors and Embalmers r I'limir Xi JOWWIITElCQ, lOUISVHAI, KV. ItUkUM U lakrl iniifisl FmM Valu pa Rtw Firs t? Lancaster, Kentucky. Kev. John Cunningham and family recently moved into the parsonage, NICE CITY RESIDENCE FOR SALE Mr. Cunningham having accepted the call to preach at ,Mt. Tabor llaptist I wish to sell privately, my residence on Danchurch. ville Avenue, just outside the City Limits in LancasMr. and Mr. John Stewart, Mr. ter. and Mrs. Klia lirundenburg and Mr. Modernly equipped with CITY WATER AND F.dgar llrandenburg, of Richmond, LIGHTS. HOUSE OF EIGHT ROOMS. WITH were guest Sunday of Mr and Mrs. ATH, ALL IN GOOD REPAIR. TWO ACRES OF Tandy Center, GOOD LAND, ORCHARD, GOOD BARN AND Mrs. Cleo llrown and Mrs. Mary OTHER OUT BUILDINGS. William, of Mt. Hebron. Mr. and Terms reasonable; possession January 1st, 1923. Mrs. Geo. llrown, of lmcastrr and Those desiring to look over property may cnll Miss Mary llrown, of ilryantsville, me oyer Paint Lick phoife 11-were recent guests of Mr and Mr. I). A. Hervey. Mr. II. J. I'atrick entertained the Senior C. K. of Manse, last Friday were evening. About twenty-fiv- e Truth In Italian Proverb. Island Walled In by Coral. present. KefresTiments were nerved When blldreu are llltle they make' Itcmiell Island, the l.i.M vMted la ,u our urowu. our tlie I'arllle. Is Mirroim.ted by walls of anil games and music were the feahearts. Italian I'mterh. ture of the evening. 'All had a most oir ii,,,,.,!,,,,,. ;um f,et hi:h. delightful time. How the Candidate Got Licked. Not the Style, Mr. James Layton was host at un lie that kerpetli Id mouth keeeth , ".o unman. I mi angelic n to pre-- elaborate dining Thursday of last life, but be that Mm n vide Ids . a halo to a b.il. l a London Oplu-Jlweek. Her guests were Mr and Mrs. Trtiii.-rlp- t. shall hate ileMnietl.ti. S limn.,! lonV opinion. Thus. I.ogsdon, Mr and Mrs. J l. Miss Kmma Hurchell, Dr Hurchell. A.i Old Editorial. Optical Note. A iomii that bulb friend We should think tit awkward part iiinl slum and Mr. F. II. Smith. Mr, and Mrs. of wearing a monocle would bo trylnc lilniotf fllm.il : mid tin re l a friend George Conn and Ittle son, Jack lkell .Ion limn a brother. to remember which ee joll were sup-- tli.it Mrs, Woods Walker entertained on 1'roteri.. I. '.I. poed to see out of. !at Monday evening the following; R. ATTENTION Independent Growers of Garrard CLARENCE QREEN. and Adjoining Counties Peoples Tobacco Warehouse of Danville, Ky., is now open to receive your tobacco crop. hl fr n First Sale Monday Dec. 4th. representation of buyers. The warehouse is in good condition, and you know already its unexcelled facilities. A welcome for everybody. Full j I Of Undetermined Source. In iiiite common thing milch don choice mid determination, but the blchest which falls to our. lot comes from no mull knows whence, I Coellie. - , ' Right Way to Look at Life. ami hitter-peiidni- ate -- HinM to him who think Iiiitlinill llpiMi what be owe to oilier, rnlber Hum what h on. lit to cxecl lilxo. fiom thi'lil. Mine. .Miieb s WHEN EVERY MOVE HURTS SAVE MONEY WHEN YOUNG ENJOY IT IN AFTER LIFE Young men who would enter the. decline of life In should bec'n to avu now, The approved modern ir.ethoj of auvine i a savings account In the home bank. This bunk Invite young men and young women to Join its family of savings depositors. One dollar opens u savings account, and any sum may be deposited thereafter. THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. S. C. DENNY, C.ki.r. Surplus $50,000. Cai.tel $50,000. Honor Roll EWmk chilly! Suspect your kldne8 and try tho remedy your nelghbora us. Ask your nelxbbor! (Imi. Carpenter, Stanford Mrs. Vlke, Umraster nay. "About ten yean ago Do.tn'a Kldne) rill cured me of a set ere case of kidney trouble. My hands and feet were m swollen at times I couldn't put my ahnea on or handle aaythlng, either. I had awful palna Id my hips aad across tho small or my back. Sharp ttliiglng allia would dart throilRb my aide and up through my spine, that felt like needles piercing Mt. Mornlnc I frit tired and laiiRiild. I waa alt run down and had no energy to do anything I read how Doan'a Kidney I'llls had cured peopln of ueh trouble, so I started taking them. I took iieveral boies of Poan'a and Ibrv cured inn aid tho etirfl ha been permanent." a COc, at all dealera. Co. yfra.. Iluffalo. N. Y. I'osler-MUkur- Latmt every mornlnc, achy and stiff all day, worse when It's ilamp or Peoples Tobacco WAREHOUSE CO. INCORPORATE) I. M. DUNN, rrctldeit . DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. McROICRTS DRUG STORE Thm Antral Rcord, Lancaster, 20 In July, 20 In Auxunt, 22 In 14 in October nil one during thr first two days of November. The last number of rggn which she laid on successive days 22, this bavin hrrn done between May IHth. Sen-Irmb- Ky.. Thursday Nov 23. 5!Hiiitaimni$ 1 922 ataaa 1 The Tailor's Vengeance f It l iVfhcnYou CLARA DELAFICLO Think it is Safe I'mler the carpet, in the teapot, behind tin clock none f these places an safe hiding spots for money, as is attested by news items that one sees in fre-iietit- ly the daily papers. Itohhcrs and sneak thieves appear to know just where to look for the family hoard t hat is hidden about the house instead of being deposited in a hank, where it would lie safe. Itcsldcs, hanks pay interest on time deposits. your money at work for you in our bunk where Put it will be .safe, "Jiiiiiplns Jerusalem, here come ttint rellour guy nculnf ejaculated nn n simirily little limn aipcnrii nt the door of his tnllor's Imp ultli n liiindlt nniler his arm. lie came fcrHnnl, Miilrklng nnd rubbing Id linnd. "Well, llr 1'el lnui, llif ml not quite ntlsfflctory,' lie H"kn. ''Not by a long rlmlli!" nii.M'rii' .Mr. IVIIoucs Imily. ! don't knov wbnt to do with It. It I'irt It gia- wrong In me plnci" nnd lb. n In niiiitticr. mm. wlmt "Wrll. WHI, t' e troiil.lr l.M .Hid Mr Kittat. He itM "Mr. l.o kbnrt. mine liore n in mint and hik nt tills suit of Mr i' ...... i.. ... . i f..n Don't raise heck with your husband try It m mciiIii." lti in iicri. ir mi' ihi eoutliiiieil for telling another woman she is tVbeii Telltuwa n III tbo Hub' fl I ! beautiful. Perhaps the other woman's tiiic room Kiilr tiiriit-- to bieklmr' lip nM hufbnnd will sny as much t "Tbal cm liipi-lf,you fnlr slw mo tinllllc to Iiiim' b i'me lay nil riHiiliic bnrk fiery otlii-I in that ncnoii I iimliln't int tin' fruit for brfiikfnt tbl uiornlni: S(. t ti ll enn't tl ttie guy .i bo'll tn and June Nth. Aside from thr fact that she in a bird of (ood !Up and ha desirable Hatred Plymouth Itork type and color, the new holder of the farm record is nn example of what breed-nir- . Rood fpii nml the richt kind of core will do in raising the number of cjrsjr thn tchlckcns lay, Mr. Mar-ti- n ays. Hit mother was n hen that laid only 101 rgK in her host year hut laid for II months, thus ihowinK that she had thn power to continue I.iyinir over a lonjr period of time.. In addition she wns u hen that had another desirable character-Isti- c in that she Uyid until late in the fnil before Koini: into a molt. nin .,r t'.lMi l Kt. dreH - tll ,,, - r KS HAROLD LLOYD "Grandmas Boy" - IN This is one of the happiest and most ludicrous films thrown upon the screen. It is the most popular production on the circuit today, beinK shown at many theaters for weeks and weeks without an intermission, and at every performance the buildinK would he packed. The movie patrons are fortunate indeed to have the pleasure of seeing this laughable comedy picture and that pleasure will he yours for three nights antl one afternoon at the A pleasant feeling of RITI7FNS m w m- - NATMNAI f RANK. warmth and comfort follows the first dose "I 1 In n iiinim lit or two Kilt nnd l.ek ariMlliic. t.tntnt. iti'f.ri tillal rt the na-ti- i when- - Mr. PHInui nttlred In wlml ifrtalnl) limke cinmI I'kfii HTfi-.llnlt of roth-- bar! til. ' mm w 3 Barred Rock Pullet SU N'w Mailt on Station farm r All previom records for law mim-tieof rue laid in a year by imlivWu- I hens in the state tlocl f the College of Agrrulture hoe hern broken by a Ilarrv-- Plymouth Kitck pullet Unit ha jusl completed ner first yixtr f UylK with a total of MX citk' to her er4lt. .irrwraUnc lj an announcement by J Holme Martin, in charge af the collvge jwMil-irwork. This i thrrr nore cirw than were laid by n White Leghorn hen that Was held thr farm rrrnrd The most Mnamc thine ince ltMtt b about the new record breed-tit- . iHiultrynirn here is that the riicht kind "f "! proper y i ir.l en care made it powible for a hen to lay --'00 ejyrs more in a year than the nvrraRe hen on Kentucky fanns lay. The new holder of the farm record I is the result of only three enr' work un the part of the station poultry-meti tret llarred Itocks that will toy a lrve number of hkc in a year The new record holder started lay Ini; Nov 3, 1021. and from that t.me until her flrst year na completed !nt eanatantly evrry month. S'ow Usat her flrst ywtr of layint; has hern AHtth)i, the amount of protein that hos bivs fwl her in th- - pint is bring rut Uuwn so that hr will go into a molt and conn hark into Inying n !imc to proilurr rgg for the spring She laid 25 eggs in tatrhin seauin S'nvrmber. 27 in Hecemtcr. 21 in January, 22 In February, 27 in Mnrrh, 21 in April, 1U in May, IS in June, n coucbrsl for two yean hout a day or night's rest. Was told It waa chronic bronchitis and could not ba cum!. Foley's Honey and Tar helped mo and I sleep all nightlong. 1 will never lm without it in my houss'." Mrs. Sadie Lay, Carlylc, Pa. dcilnriil "Vow thri- "Tliey'i- Hiiit - nn with tiM burl I Mr IVIIoui) r. sir.- - you knon we t.mk In half an Inrli In nii joti nld they aa tiai lone" " i "Wi'll, li t tin mil it iUHrter Iik-I- "in lnt uenrtng "in n trltlf .lotrt.-nlit Kntz. "An itintli'tln j j ' Puts a healinjt.Hooth ing coa nf on on inflamed throat. Stop tickling throat. hoaocnena, throat anil ijnuriiT Inrh Mr ll Kntr.. nmt Mr Im! hurt mnile olio of llioi fntiry with ii plod' of ulilto rlmlk tlmt tMlti.pa mtiko to nimiM' "Vow thl rt," li .Mr. IVIIowr "I Iihi.o under tin- - arm." "U'fll, .Mr Klloue. oti know o liM.vmtl It ln tin.' i,i auld It Imiiiii.I yon," "I knou It did, but it's too Iimu! now Tnkt- - U in n luilMiub." nlil Mi -t tbroua the front out IVIhiuca f MiiiiiIi." "l.'t 'in kekhnrt " usgiwl rrlloura out . ROMANS OPERA HOUSE LANCASTER, KY. Thursday. Friday and Saturday ( chct itrita-tion- s, hack r ing cough. aSaa-r- WLwM arf rm aitwi Tighten nrniliolfa u bnlflmti .Mr IM klmrt. - nld Mr. ICnlz Mr I'lllowra aiirvi'jtil hltiiM-l- f In "Now till nmt," hi- - nld the gln wrinkles In tin- - front " "Ah Mr. IVIIowiw. nil will wrinkle up tlu-iIf on will keep your luiuilkorrlilrf In jour hniit pinki-taid .Mr tliii "t'an't yon ito nn.ithlng to It Knt. up" t ran r a NIGHT AND SATURDAY AFTERNOON NOVEMBER 23rd., 24th., nnd 2Sh. Adults 35 cents Children 20 cents. TV husky California plajer "Silent N'ornian" for sirs a ward after going cn but he' a good end. le fie Xi-vt- r mida.r t ii known n m kick about what othtr pio-pi- e saj, of you. It might he wor-tthi' whole truth were known. out of tra abotilitera mid ene her otf n lot All rlfcht .Mr lVllowe, I sin we inn tlx lier up for voti." "When will it be rvmlyT kel Vol low I'M V. Mr l.oikhtirt, wo mlsli take In n nnarti r Ineli l mild Kntr ' hi nltiint "And there' tin iiuuli padding Ii the lioiihler '' "I khan h,ke a hit of pailillng lo-r- Over $5,000 in Prizes FAT AND FEEDING CATTLE SHOW UNO SALE I Bourbon Stock Yards LOUISVILLF, KY. ANNOUNCING OUR OPENING SALE OF Richmond Market Monday, Nov. 27, 1922 WE ARE OPEN TO RECEIVE YOUR AND WILL HAVE TO-BACCO FIRST SALE AT NINE O'CLOCK Monday. Nov. 27 We will have representative buyers of the big companies and several independent buyers. Bring your tobacco on in and get your money as Aoon as it is sold. Home Tobacco Wareii'se Co Incorporated RICHMOND, KY. nfternooii t Kntz cfii id oi c hoice Kentucky aaLPLHLP f MbBhh and I ir.ncce fjt tecr. When hi Mtor wh uoiu tie ;ink aBajaT a l!BBaaBV MJ-'"in in ,i ih.ii- - running htmflf fijBlP a kbnrt " he ended 25 car.o-.'s- ot tnc HabyHceic l.oeklnirt nine in MHirly. "S hen (cd le, the Hu) and Girls' Clulis 'f that cuj brine tlmt ult h"re lU.iln, will ciimpcte in the Junior Acri- -i I'm collie to ut." ho alil ultuwl Club IMiihit. Jlr. Knts JiiiiiimM out of hi elmlr FCEDERS. In n frenzy ns If I ibcral pncs will hrine many "I'll fix Ini" deeLitvd, "I'll t)x im o' ho went iieer innio here no carload of fancy feedcts. more I, Inline tliem elotlie. Till- - I 25 Rcaistcrrd Hereford, Shortmy Jolt, jh kbnrt " horn and Ani;u bulUwill br ofHe vlieil the iint. and shorteneil t tnin by ii full Inrh nml n half fered from Krntiuly's Icadin With i hrl11 out pailllic he tiH.k up the wnhU-n- t C0UHE0N STOCK YARDS CO. nnd let It out two Inches under the rnian Dole, Stanford Universiiirms, Then. crwplnc the eoal, he lie. ty Vi rik'ht t'JuculonuI and tnttmting. is tax tic a kick from gnu rlpplni: mid rending, imittrrltic enrie under lil breath, lie bvieniv the front that they fell Into a uui of foliN, And. cnpln: n hnintfiil of lHibtlng a lnri:e a it crnM-frul- t he luffed It Into the houhler, "That'll make Unit guy look like n I tiles-- . I.ix'khart," ho snld. when he held up I lie completed cur ' liieut. l.iMklmri grinned. "1 sue be won't ' ! coming In bvre no more." he mild, "Oh, )e. lr. 1'ellowes, your ult ready for you," Mulled Kntz n I'el bines nppeiiriil on the following Tluir Are you carrying a "roll" of moiit'y around in day. "Jest step In here nnd try It on. your pocket? If so it is not earning anything for lr." you. Possibly it is being frittered avav little by l.iK'ktuirt mid Kats were wnllln: e 1 little. permtitly when the door opened. .Mr TRY the better way, the profitable way. Open rellowes eineri:el. "A splendid tit." he said entliii-l- a a savings account and keep your money in this bank. llcillly. "The bet Tie eer bud In mv It won't fritter, but it WILL earn intcrust for you. life." t Itnu nnd reiiend sur prise. 1'elbiuea suneyeil blin-e- lf In llie "'Ve, jou've ioiio mirror i, me irii'K in ixiiis. no mini. "I'm cl.nl you're nllHeil, lr." nn ucrcd llit tailor 'There'a only one little thing." tun tinned Kellowe "I wondered If yoo could lake hull nn huh otr the right oiT the left lcee mill My unua tiren't quite I ho sniiie'lenctli." And, reumint hi ordinary utllro Fellnwes ii iiirlt'l Mr Kiitr. caxeil ill Mr. l.iK'kliart from the depths of tin 4 PER CENT PAID ON TIME AND SAVINGS chair into which ho hnd fallen. DEPOSITS. "Lockhnrt," he snld In n weak, tremulous mice. "I'm throiuh. t'omo lists (Mirlnershlp with me In the ImiMInc tone bualness, won't )er1" Tomo In ,.n Tliurila lr lioalitnv tr im." uli November 23 and 24, 1922 .vaHak The "Silent Norman" of Stanford's Eleven This Bank Is Worth , I' Money To You. IK-klmr- I iii-- tbtei'-iiuarter- The Garrard Bank & Trust Go Only Ont Phons It Ytars Ago, )ear ita there mm mil) one ti'leilione In the world, TmU) thrre lire M.fSSMsl lulriliiieuta In the I'liltail Slates tilnne l'orty-l- WE SELL TRAVELLERS CHEQUES PAYABLE IN ALL PARTS OF THE WORLD. 4 fainting The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Nov 23 1922. GUY. Mr. Orea Whlttnker upent Sunday with Mr. Abntlt Ray, Mr. Green Foley, of Ilnckley, vll- ted Mr. and Mr. Clcvc Clark recenU ly, Mrs. Raymond Hunters Beware We positively will not permit fox hunting or hnntlng of any character or trespassing on our farm. Any RATES i violator will be prosecuted. J. S. Schooler, Edgar Trice, W, A. Single insertion 1c a word Trice. Joe CrlscllIU, T. J. Price, 1L No ad taken for less than 20c - Klkln, R. M. Lear, R. U Rarker In this column. No ads In this R. Y, Tarson, Marlnda column charged. J. T llland, Aikln and Moberley, J. J. Sebastian, W. A. Moberley, Seven insertion for the Sutton and Forest Calico. Davl price of five. i Hughes llros., M. R. Turner, R. L. paid Thone order must be Arnold. Kd llaker, J A. Scott, W. promptly. T. Worrel, A. II. Doty, W M. Marsh-liank- s, SOCKJSSOTXW lOflKBCX II M Kurtx, J. W. Sweeney. . (Other names will be, added upon (tf.) FOR SALK; -- About 10 good gate the payment of 25 cents) post. I. T. Thompson. or corner fence You can get plenty ef Joy out of Oa to the KNGLK HOUSK when in life if you are willing to accept what ljincnster. A square meal for 35ct. you get a joyful. Classified Column 'were guest Vater. Tumor and baby Monday of Mrs. Jlenry Mr and Mrs. Henry Tuttle were Sunday guest of Mr and Mrs. A. M. Meridn. Mr. Alfonl Poynter was the visitor Friday nfternoon of Mrs. Roy I'rather Mr. and Mr. V. T. Walker spent an enjoyable day Thursday with Mr land Mrs. Roy I'rather. Mr. Wm. Harnes nnd daughter, Mis Mollie spent Thursday with Mr and Mrs. Henry Tattle. Miss Lnvcrne U'hittaker was the week-envisitor of Mr. and Mr. Walker llurdette, of Scott' Fork. Grigg. and Mr. and Mrs. Wm. three children spent Sunday with Mr and Mr. Wm. Smith of Plenant Hill. You don't have to hunt for a good place to buy Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Whittaker were to our store and you come your Hardware. over Sunday, the gucts of Mr. and will be convinced that we deal squarely with our cusMrs. Cleo Ray, of the Poor Ridge tomers. road. No matter how small an article you need you Mr. and Mrs. Kdd linker and little want to know the quality is there. This is what we daughter, Zada Hyrl, returned home and TOOLS. sell QUALITY HARDWARE Sunday from a visit to Somerset rela- tives. will be glad to have you come in and look We here. and Mr. nnd Mr. Jame Ynntl around. You will find many labor-saver- s son, Herchel, were guest the past They will interest you. week-enof Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Ad OUR HARDWARE WEARS ami, in Danville. Mr. J. II. Jennings sold to Mr. W. T Sutton his house and 15 acres of land, and bought the Nave farm of 11 acres in Lincoln. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Hrowu, Mr. and Mr. Frank llrown and two son, were Opportunity keeps moving alone;, All the world loves a lover until recent visitor of Mr. nnd Mrs. Dave but a hustler can always overtake it. Hervey, he begins to get silly. of Taint Lick. Never be too hasty in treating an Messrs. Mil ford Led ford and R. II. One little lie often requires many other person with silent contempt. Ward, of Faint Lick, were dinner big ones to cover it up. He might buy up the mortgage on guests of Mr. nnd Mr. Milton Ward A really witty person seldom en- your home. one day the past week. joys a good laugh himself. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Ward enter law No, it isn't the prohibition The wie man seeks further know- that the wets object to most. They tained with an elegant dinner Thursledge. The fool ii content to Impart arc peeved at the foolish people who day, their guest being Mr. James Clark and children, Carl and Louise, it. try to enforce It. Miss Maud Clark, Mrs. Wm. Clark, Mr. and Mr. James Yantis. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Turner gave an enjoyable dinner Sunday to the following: Mr. and Mrs. John Kidd, Mr. and 11m. Dell Kidd, Mr. Wm. Harnes nnd mm, Critt, and Miss Linda Taylor. Those from thi vicinity who attended the reception at the home of Mr. and Mr. Marshall Sutton, given in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Camden, of Rowland, were: Mr. and Mr. Wm. Lane, Master Karl Lane, Mr. and Mr. Wm. Kinder and children, Mrs. Matilda Collins, Misses Maud and lleulah Yatcr, Flonnie Mae and With the approach of freezing weather Savannah Lane. don't forget that we sell Two birthday anniversaries were celebrated Wednesday, Nov. 15th., at the residence of Mr. and Mr. Jno Alcohol for the Radiator, Weed Chains. Kidd. The charming honorees beln Misses Lucy Turner and Anna Mao Rig-O-Sk- id Ghains, Hood Kidd. About thirty of their friend Delicious refresh were present. Radiator Cqvers. ment of ice cream nnd cake were served. Everybody had a delightful time and left wishing many more AND such happy occasions for Mlsse Turn er and Kidd. tor Hardware 1 jfndUs. Jut V wmffl- - 11 (II M-fi- I d I On Richmond street n pair of shell frame .double vision glasses, Reward if returned to A. K. Yelton Lost: M. S. HATFIELD J Holds Two Congressional Medals DENTIST FOR SALK A few thorough Hredl The- Garrard Bask. Cockerel's llarred Rock. Thone No , OHIce Retldeaca 37. 14. Mrs. J. T. Hicks, Lancaster, Ky , Phone. Office S. A stalk field to grate WANTKD about 100 small cattle. Call V. A. Lear, Lancaster, Ky (li-'.M-n- t) - - or - - I LANCASTER, KENTUCKY, d WALKER BROS. Lieut. McClory of the U. S. Navy bear the distinction of having been FOR SALK: About 100 young decorated twice with the congresiion-n- l hen, Thouroughbred White Leg- medal of honor. He wa in China Thone High egg strain. horns. with the first expedition during the 157-1(It) Mr. J. II. Hamilton "Hoxer" rebellion, ami a hero of the late war. The Annual Silver Tea of Ladies Missionary Society will be given at g MAKKSBURY the Tresbyterian Church on the of November 21th. Everybody Kd Terkins sold hi farm to OUle cordially invited. 1. eve-nin- J. A.Beazlev j MINERAL. DIRECTOR Olllre Over National Rink. Residence Thone 3. Oilier Phone 27 LANCASTER, KY. Or. Printus Walker VETERINARIAN. FOR SALK: One good as new, Hand Vncuum Floor Cleaner; two C.ll. Amereil Promptly Dee Swinging, Coal Oil Lamps; three .117 Klectrtc Light Flxtuie. For Infor(tf.) Mr. and Mr. Luther llurdette left mation call at Record tlTice. Inst week for Indiana, to spend severDan-vill- e FOR SALK: My home on al weeks with relative. Clay avenue. Six rooms and all conhas returned veniences, large garden, lots of fruit Ml Alice Sutton Law And Real fiom a visit to her aunt, Mr. Trice R. C. Schooler, Address Iloume, of West Lancaster. Ky. 1 1.) ( Lancaster. Money to loan on farm. Mis Kugenla Tollard ha returned List your farm for sale privI have a few fine young Single tny with her sister, after a week Red roosters for ately or at auction. Mrs. Trice llourne, of West Lancas- Comb Rhode Island sale at $ 5 each. From heavy win Office over J. W. Smith's Store. ter. ter layer. Thone 387-Mr. Josh Sutton is at home again, Mr. John Land, R. F. D. 3, after several week' absence. Mr. ilox 165, (.ancaster, Ky. OITO.MliTlilST Sutton ha been working near Cor-bilimited Practice My FOR SALK PRIVATELY: to diagnosing and house and lot just on outside of city correcting defects Meiwrs. Virgel Chestnut of Fayette limits on Danville street. Good sev-e- n of Eyesight by county and .Mr. KImer Woods, of room building and big lot, room fitting the of Lexington, were guest of Mr. Robt. enough for two more houses, flood proper classes. Fox Sunday. cistern at door and good stock barn DANVILLE. KENTUCKY. Frank Turner .Mr. Ann Swope, of Iloylo county, Opposite Gilcher Hotel. who ha, been visiting Miss hnnny Cook Stoves, 11.1 to H5. Heating OIU Hours A to 12 and 1 to 8 p as. Sutton and Mrs. Sam Hourne came Stoves, Jt.00 to $20.00. Stove pipe, here. Thursday to visit relatives Roofing, $1.60; coal hods.! Mis Delma Hogie, of Jessamine lOcts. ; fire shovels Sets, and other COMMISSIONER'S county, accompanied her father home things Just as cheap. Oliver Riding , . . ... , ... i . . asi nranesuiy nern.,n iu ur I""-- , ,,(m. w,k.r ,, . ,,,0Wt ent at nis weaning ceremony. SALE OF LAND tl. ,n .... . Master John Prultt sold a hunch of J. It. Mount & Company. shoat at 7 Hct., al.eo Mr. Mary Dotyi GARRARD CIRCUIT COURT and Messrs. Hud Pollard and Robt.j FOR SALE: One C H. P. Fair- - State Hank of Kau Gallic, Plaintiff, Fox sold a lot of shoat at 7H cU. banks and Morse Engine; one Intcr- V. Defendant. ll parties sold to V. A. Lear. national feed cutter, with pipe; one G. C. Rose, Pursuant to a judgment rendered llryantsville, 14 inch Nordyke nnd Marmon com at the August Term, 1922, the underRev. II. A. Dawes, of J. H. Hughes, signed Commissioner will sell at pubsaid the beautiful ceremony which mill. Lanravter Star Route. lic auction to the highest and best Mr. Murk Hogie, of Jessamine united bidder, before the Court House Door and Mr. Nora Pruitt, of this place In Ijncater, Ky., at 1 u'dock A M., last the holy bond of wed-locin or thereabout, on Wednesday afternoon nt the bride' Let u make you new top and MONDAY, NOVK.MI1KR 27th., 1022, Immediately ufter the cere- - side home. mentioned In the the real curtains or repair your old ones pleadings estate described as follow: ... .i... .... i and mony .i .nappy cuujue me i ,mi, Call us for es- h undivided interest of The City Githrd In Lighthouse, ... Mw wintf. ,,,..,. nome oi ine groom, wn.ru u.e ,vork G. (', Rose in the following describTlie IlKlitliotui- - once off Atlantic a lew nays oeiore returning. spend llaselden Uro. (.nragq. ed land, subject to the life estate of Is now ,V yards City, well out li contracting party Is well known Jane M. Rose, widow of (i. It. Rose: IiiIuikI from the liourd walk ami sun The Lancaster, Kentucky. them Said estate Is located in Garrard rouniliil I v imviil itnin and apart-- here and ihclr friends wUh County. Kentucky, 7 4 miles North-wemuch happine. lit lintlM'o of Lancaster, Kentucky, being Having been paid so promptly nnd a part of the Camp Dick Robinson so satisfactory on life policy carried farm and bounded by the Lexington by my husband, I hereby take this and Lancaster Turnpike and by the method of expressing my appreciation Lexington & Danville Turnpike, and Ilur-to- n of to MR. (JAINKS, the Insurance man, the landsDr. Yates Hudson, It. I. II. C. Rose, and containand and heartily recommend him for any ing about 100 acres more or les. class of insurance. Said land I now in the possession of Signed Mrs. Jane M. Rose, the widow of G. Mr. V. P. Pitxpatrick. H. Rose, being n part of the samo (It) land deeded to G. II. Rou by A. II. Montgomery, recorded in Deed Rook No. 23, page 120, Garrard County Notice Clerk' Oirice, to which refergiven that a peti- ence It made for a more deed Notice is hereby specific deWorn or leaky piston rings waste motor power and fuel. repaired, you can secure a quicker job by ordering McQuayj-Nortion ha been lodged in the (Jarrnrd scription of said land; the snld G. V Gas that leaks past them is absolutely thrown away. It Piston Kings, because wc can supply the proper sizes County Court for the establishment Rose got title to said interest in said II. Rose, of pays to replace them with McQuay-Norri- s of a county road from White Lick land by Inthe will RookG.'.., page reMade for every purpose and price, McQuay-- , Piston Rings and over-size- s. Will corded 401, pike to the Copper Creek pike thru Garrard County Clerk' Oltice. pays in more power, lower fuel bills, and less carbon Norris Rings will pay for themselves, in more motor power the farms of J. II. Creech, John Clark, The purpose of snld ale Is to satistrouble. Regardless of where you plan to have your car and lower fuel bills. fy the debt of the State Hank of Kau Mary Rhodus and Jas. Morgan. Thi petition will be considered by Gallie, Plorida, for .5,000.00 with Wc Carry a Complete Service Stock at the rate six per cent per the County Court on the regular annum from Oct. of 15th., 1010, until day, November 27, 1022. Court paid, subject to n credit of $1175.00 WOODS & IRVINK STAPP, paid on the Interest on April 23, 1021 . Garrard County Road Kngineur. and It cost herein expended estith? 0 eirluiWe "imi! oul Knpt tatxlra. Rftip Jirrr-CRt- r butting iatntor-- mbirH Snap nine theof avriatehlabntMiOuiy-NiarOB Ik l mated to be (175.00. bv f oint'iiin.u imf, Hon Hutfi . Vm, P Wit, pftvtntfi can be nttnl ckr than vtilt. ft.-i.unufctuiina iuriS.li. TMr in, Uu (Imi n.J TERMS: f r.fldnc narv ttrp .1 yivrt fiuiU. utr inwtrt tJt tbt nli,fwl-- i imaubUi for pttiuoti Oiyt, wi) pie from a plain tnap nm, Tlx if row tv rm ki'Mhl "Statt in a Ht ' To krep r4tcm fKl tnpiiri on ccii u.) t.cifr, The sale will be made on a credit tire at sit point u. rrluutor wvMt. tut t n eiJ live (icmii lutt. tach rl4 lo. at packtt! twrlva linaa la tU cm I on antl luli Notice llpito(fwvfirrpllo. whlcl theuM Kch orjtnary ioucila tutit csiuicju of nix and twelve months and the Mk J .i an iJiv.l. ' H in rav HiiwwV Kwhiinjpai kHIn hucIi M u' t"t vtui tn rfaltetl Ui wa irt paprr purchaser will bo required to execute l 4tiUltt mrnt iwiiuiwr Prlends: To Customer and bond with opprovod security for the All Victory Ilond beuring the purchase price, payable to W. II. letter, A, II, C, I), K nnd llrown, Matter Commissioner, due in P, are called for payment on Decem- six und twelve, months respectively interett at six ber 15th., 1U22. In order that there with from duto until per cent per anMcQUAY-NORR- li num paid, having the Interest, forco nnd effect of a judgment upon may be no delay and lot of JlMS?Jt these Victory llonds should be turned which execution may issue, nnd a lierr PK-rndisJGS over to your bank for collection will bo retained on the land until the NOW, or as soon as possible. Thi Is purchase money Is paid. W. II. DROWN, Master even more important where you hold G. C. C. registered bonds. Robinson & Kauffman. Attorneys Garrard Rank & Trust Co. for PUT, 0 CapL Am Uourne, Auct. Mr. Jno. Woods and family, of Lexington, were visitors of Mr. Kd Terkins nnd family Sunday. Hogie., Green Walker Estate 1.-- DR. J. J. BYRNE n. WINTER Necessities and .) 'ct. 0w OILS TIRES TUBES k Attention Auto Owners 1 Kinnaird Brothers . one-tixt- m-- t) n Paid Promptly nt MQUAY-NOR- RI PISTON More Power RINGS Give Your Car WHITE, RICHMOND, KY. $TOQ m CI ,,,.. XtK-oft- B - - fra-U- ti (U-9-3t- .) it( feS3 u dllllilllliu (11-23.2-