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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): November 30, 1922 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1922 cen1922113001_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 30, 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 THIRD YRAR LANCASTER. KY.. THURSDAY AFTERNOON. NOVEMBER 30, 1922. NUMIIR 34. LOSE FIRST GAME CLOSE FOR POSTMASTER PRESBYTERIAN WEIGHT IS AUTO TOBACCO BRINGS THIS SEASON THANKSGIVING LEDFORD MOVEMENT LICENSE FACTOR SATISFACTORY Sale of '23 Tags to Start De- For Christian Education Open- Banks and Most Stores Will Local Team Defeated by Strong Asks Holders of War Saving PRICE cember 2nd., Colors are Ultio and Gray NUMBERS ed In This County The next few weeks are Important ones In the educational history of Kentucky, as well as the educational history In Garrard county. The opportunity now comes and Is offered to friends of the Million Do), lar Campaign In Garrard county to assist in this Kentucky movement, which will mean so much to the educational centers of the State, especial, ly Centre College and the Kentucky College for Women. Several speakers of note have given some splendid addresses here during the past week, among them being Dr. J. Gray McAllister, president of the Louisville Seminar', Dr. II. A. Montgomery, president of Centre Col. lege and Dr. J. C. Achcson, president of Kentucky College for Women. Centre College, the pride of stands to win or lose a half million dollars. No mean sum for an educstional Institution. Two years ago the General Education Board of New York offered Cen-tr- e $200,000 on certain conditions. The option on this fund expired July 1, 192'J. The conditions were nut met. The General Education Board graciously extended the time on their offer. It s interesting to note that when the offer was made two years ago this Board showed its faith in Centre and in Kentucky by paying Centre the interest at 6 per rent on $200,000 or $10,000. This was done for two years. When the time for meeting the conditions was extended the payment of the interest was discontinued. This means that Centre College Is posrer this year by $10,000. This means retrenchment in a Kentucky educational institution already cramped In resources to the point of serious rmbarnnment. Kentucky Presbyterian have subscribed $050,000. all of which I conditional on securing $1,000,000 which is necessary to secure the $200,000 from New York. Centre serves the whole of Kentucky. While it is directed by Presbyterians, it is in no sensu sectarian and should have a strong appeal to every loyal With Kentucky standing forty-fourtin the list of states in percentage of illiteracy we ought not to let slip this opportunity to better our own state. The appeal is therefore made to every loyal Kcntuckisn to support th(s caue which means so much to the future of the youth of the state. s, Ken-tuckla- n. h Close for The Day MORNING CHURCH Eleven from Cynthiana The mighty Lancaster High School foot ball team lost their firs tand last game of tho season when the eleven representing Cynthiana High School defeated the local green and white squad by the score of 20 to 3. Playing their eleventh game and winning all of the others the local went into the scrap in n bad physical condition and were outplayed by the strong aggregation from Cynthiana, who were in the pink of condition. Lanrastcr III has had n hard schedule this year and have been very fortunate Indeed to como through these many strong battles without any serious Injury, however, the Covington game on Armistice day told the tale for the locals ami the punishment that they suffered in this game still tells on the game fighting Pads even up to the present date. Coach Ingles and his band of warriors, numbering twenty two men arrived In tancas'.er on Thursday afternoon and were quartered at the Kengarlan Hotel. After spending the night here they worked out on the local gridiron Friday morning and were ready for the referees' whistle that afternoon. Thfy first marker came in the first n seven minutes of the play when of the visitors crossed the goal line for a six point margin and Capt. Cox kicked the goal in the try for point. The rest of the quarter was played up and down the field with great playing on the parts of both elevens. In the second quarter Lancaster H made her lone three points when Capt. Cox of the local Hi squad kicked a goal from the 35 yard line. This quarter found the locals outplaying the Cynthiana team, as both C. Gastineau and W. Robinson were playing the game of their lives and were gaining ground at will, often tearing huge holes in the Cynthiana line for long gaines just to carry the plgikin to the line that counts touch downs and their have to give it up. The half ended with the score of 7 to 3 in favor of tho gentlemen from Cynthiana. Lancaster Hi came near scoring in the beginning of the second half when the two sturdy lads, Gastineau and Robinson, carrying the initiated leather to tho goal lines and there were compelled to turn the old ball over to the visitors. After playing the bail up and down the field, often exchanging punts and here is where Lawson and Kstes, the star wing men for Lancaster Hi, played their wonder game as they would often tackle the Cynthiana lads in their tracks and once or twice they threw them for a loss. It was In this third quarter that Noe, another stellar player of Coach Ingles' squad was able to cross te line for their second touchdown and there Capt. Cox kicked the goal. The fourth quarter found Coach Heber's men putting forth everything that they had under such condition and trynig hard to keep the fight on, however, the Ingle men pulled many trick plays and again crossed the Hebcrmen line for their last marker of the contest and the score was 20 to 3 when Cox missed the goal. It was a sad sight to see when the time keepers notified the Referee that the teams had three minutes longer to play, one would have thought that they were attending a funiral in far off France to sea the many snd face that looked forward to Conch Heber's squad in winning this game and grabbing the State Championship honor that they are so justly entitled to, however, with every rose we get a thorn, but allow us to add please, that we had rather not have a rose with such a thorn. C. Gastineau, I.awson, Kstes and W. Robinson played best for Coach Hebcr while the Wigglesworth boys, Nooe and Oldham wcro tho outstanding stars for Coach Ingles' men from Cynthiana. Time of quarters, 15 minutes. Referee, Parks of State, 11. Linesman, Byars, of Tranivl-vanlOld-ha:a. SERVICE Stamps to Reinvest in Trensury Certificates Opening Sale on Richmond Independent Market Attend-b- y ARE ASSIGNED November PKANKFOItT, KY 2fith., County Clfrks of Kentucky autowill begin the sale of 102.1 mobile licenses December '2nd., according to an announcement made totlay by N. O. Gray, chief clerk In the Automobile department here. All motor vehicles muit bo equipped with new license tags before the first of the year, he wild, and the law call for the sale to begin one month before the "dead line" according to Mr. Gray. The liccnio plates luued by the State ofKentucky thl year will be blue and gray. The background will be'tight gray and the figure and letters will be in bright blue enamel. Under the law govering motor vehicle passed at the 1922 seMlon of the General Assembly, passenger automobiles will be licensed according to horsepower and weight. Truck will be licenced in 1023 under the same regulations a in 1022, accord. Ing to Mr. Gray. The license plates and all printed matter for us In issuing the 1023 licenses have been distributed by tho Automobile Department, and the County Clerks are ready to take care of all applicant, Mr- - Gray said today. The State Tax Commissioner is preparing a chart for distribution to the counties of Kentucky which will standardize the tax to be assessed against all models of automobile. e In many Instances 1023 model will be taxed differently from previous models of the same brand of car. These charts will be in the hands of the County Clerks by December 1st, according to Best Marshall, secretary of the commission. The license tags have been assigned to the various counties throughout the state In the alphabetical order as was last year. Dcginntng in Adair county with license number I to 550. Garrard's numbers beginning with 2.751 and tunning to 54,200. auto-mobil- The l.nnks and most of the bust lies houses in Lancaster will close for Thanksgiving In celebration of the eventful day. A union meeting will be held at the Presbyterian church at 10:30 o'clock In the morning at which time the annual Thanksgiving service will be held, the sermon being preached by Itcv. W. E. Rix of the local Baptist church. The general public is cordially Invited to attend this service to fittingly celebrate n day Immortal In the homes of all Americans. A day hallowed by us In memory of those pioneers who blazed the way In the wilderness of s the new world and set up new of freedom and love, for them, selves and their fellowmcn. Let us all be thankful, If but for this d.iy only, for the many blessing we have received and show our appre-elatio- n by attending the union services on this day. . stnn-dsrd- "It Is to bi hoped that every perMany Uuyera son who can do so will exchange War Savings Stamps, soon to fall due, for Richmond's independent tobneco Treasury Savings Certificates," said market opened Monday morning with Postmaster. R. II. Lcdford, Paint price that arc said to have been Lick. Ky. pleasing to the growers lays Rich"The large amount of money In- mond Register. t, vented and the great number of Buyers were on hand from a who purchased war savings number of tho biggest manufacturing stamps' showed that the people of this companies and independents, and the country could save money when the "plnhooker" was also present in necessity arose. Now, if they will battalions. take the money they saved when they A big crowd witnessed tho openbought stamps to aid the government ing sales. Quanity of weed offered In the prosecution of the war and was said to be fair. per-f.on- MANYCASES Dismissed From Common- wealth Docket at First Day's Session of Circuit Court JURIES SOON SELECTED The November term of the Garrard Circuit Court convened Inst Monday morning with Judge Charles A. Hardin sitting. Little time was lost In procuring the grand and petit juries for the term and after n short and impressive instructions to the grand jury, the business of the court was taken up in earnest and many commonwealth cases were dismissed frbm the docket, mostly for lack of witnesses. Although about twenty-fiv- e cases were thus disposed of, several rases were set for trial during the present term, which last for three weeks. buy Treasury savings certificates, they will demonstrate that the thrift lessons of the war have not been without effect. The holders of war savings stamps have seen investment of about $20.50 grow to $25 in five years, and larger amounts In the same proportion. They can see the same thing repeated if they reinvest In Treasury saving certificates. In. terest accumulates at the rate of 4 per cent each year, compounded semiannually These savings certificates are exempt from the normal Federal Income tax, and from all State and local taxation (except estate and inheritance taxes), and may be held to the amount of $5,000, maturity value, for each issue, by every member of tho family. They are backed by the credit of the United States Government, and afforded an easy and sure method of saving." First sale Indicated averages running around 28 cents a pound. Col. James II. Pearson, of Richmond, was selling as auctioneer and In fine voice. He Is as good as any of the imported auctioneers that have been In action here in the past several years. Among the buyers present were noted W. S. Judy, of R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Company; W. P. Head, of P. Lorrillard & Co.; Fuller, of Liggett & Myers; Boswell, of the American Tobneco Company; Zclglcr, of A. L. Zctglcr Company and other independents. Stanford Boy Wins Prise for Fattest Baby Bef Book Notes An immediate result of "Children's Book Week" is shown in an awakened interest in reading as evidenced by the S. O. S. that hns come" to the Library from many rural schools in our county. The members of the Woman's Club donated enough books for three small libraries, and these have been already placed in schools. The first set of of books was sent to the school at Hickman that is being so well man-- ; aged by Miss Crouchorn. Perhaps it will be of some interest to know the class of books that compose these little circulating libraries: "Over The Top." "Black Beaut," "The Trail of Tho Lonesome Pine," "Little Shepherd of Kingdom Come," "The Day of the Dog," "Friends Though Divided," "Camp-fir-o Girls and Boy Scout books," "Dene Mable," "Following the Sun Flag," "Helping Himself," "Dawn," "Wee Willie Win-klc"The Princess" and Magazines. Tie library committee is Hiking gifts of books from the citizens of the town. If you have a book that you would like to know is being by children, please phone the President or any member of the Woman's Club and the book will be called for. I t not the experience of all lovers of rrading that the first books read were cither, loans are gifts? The purchased book follows and thus the library Is collected and becomes the center of Interest in the home and the source of greatest good. ," leased. The following well known citizens IndepenThe three Democratic, or of Garrard county constitute the two dent newspapers of Louisville, to- juries: gether with the Kliabcthtwon News Grand Jury and Shelbyville News, are calling for John P. Campbell, Virgil a business man for the Democratic John M. Anion, Brogli Martin, J. K. nomination for Governor and in this Sutton, Prewitt Thompson, E. B. they have the support of every loyal Sutton, Kverett Duncan, Ike B. Dun-caKentucklan. However, we fear they D. C. Sanders, Harry Stone and have something "up their sleeve" on C. F. Ison. Mr. D. C. Sanders was this proposition, and we may expect made foreman. "their man" to bob up most any time, Paiil Jury he and "it's dollars to dough-nuts- " Tom Bay, W. B. Lackey, Tandy will be a politician. Look out when Centers, Courtney Hoberts, C. K. a few men get together and try to Polndcxter, N. J. Gosney, Ira Cotton, name a candidate for olTice. They Albert Ware, S. 11. Speake, C. W. usually have "axes to grind." Anderson, Morris Lung, Joe Kay, The Dally Messenger endorses ev- Floyd Bay, Mose Kay, Kobert Palmery statement made by theso newser, II. D. Lee, Robert Gastineau, I papers, except those statements about 11. Ruble, J. A. Rice. A. K. Walker, the candidates that are already men- G. B, Robinson, Noah Marsce, Pat tioned for tho olflce of Governor. Sutton and J. W. Sweeney. n, "A Bu7ine5 Man" For Governor The first case that went to the Jury that of Claude Simpson charged with carrying a concealed weapon. He was given a fine of $50 and a Jail sentence of ten days. Bynum Davl charged with breach of the peace was found not guilty; Henry Wcarren, charged with having liquor in his possession was given n fine of $50 and ten days in jail. Koosevelt Brock confessed to having n moonshine still in his possession, and was let ofT with a fine of $100 and a day in jail. He paid both and was rewas will bo gratifying to nil young people in Kentucky, who arc interest ed in the growing of baby beeves to learn that K. P. Woods, Jr., of Stanford, who captured the grand prize of the Bourbon Stock Ynrd show this week in Louisville, sold his prize an imal, which weighed 1,200 pounds for $l,2Cp, or a dollar a pound for this choice animal. ThI will be n great It incentive not only to this young man, but to every other young man in the State, who Is Interested In baby beeves, to strive for even greater results next fall. Methodist Church News Rev. C. L. Bohon, of Danville, will preach Sunday night. He' is a strong preacher and it is hoped that we may huve a large attendance. The entire membership is especially urged to be present at the services Sunday. Let us Increase the Sunday School interest and attendance by coming next Sunday, "Every member of the church in the Sunday School and every member of the Sunday School In the church." The service at seven Wednesday evening, the lessons from the sermon on the Mount being continued. Matt. 0:10-2Let all have verse beginning with the letter G. The Scout will meet Friday evening at 0:30, The Juniors on Saturday at 2.30. Both will meet at the parsonage. One week from Friday evening the F.pworth League will hold Its monthly social at the home of Mr. and Mrs. R. L. lagan. This promise to be an evening of real fun and fellowship. Remember the Thanksgiving service at the Presbyterian church Thursday morning at 10:30, the Rev. W. K. Rix preaching. This service should be made a time of gratitude and renewal of devotion. mid-wee- k 1 Tiger of France Arrives Georges Clemenceau arrived In New York recently aboard the S. S. Paris, eager to be about his mission of Justifying the ways of France to America. If Your Town is Worth Living in, It's Worth Shopping in The merchants of this town must have the support of the buying public, in order to keep the town going ahead; so then If home town store can supply your need, and investigation will prove that they can, it it your duty to give preference to your own home town. The pride that cv ery resident has in his or her home city should be the strongest reason for TRADING AT HOME and local enterprise in every possible way. Out of town stores and mail order I TRADE AT HOME Court Day Doings While a large crowd was in town last Monday, it being the regular county court day, ns well as the first day of the Garrard Circuit Court, little business was transacted on the streets, although a few mules changed hands at prices ranging front $70 to J 100. Messrs. Center Bros, sold a pair to J. D. Baxter, of Mercer for $185; one pair to J. A. Kobinson, of Two Boyle, for $135 and a pair to J. T. Mr. Kd, Perkins sold hi farm on Cecil for $140. Very few cattle were the Lexington pike last week to N. K. on the market. Bogle, for $170 an acre. It is one choicest farms, being RkI.ibiJ Kentucky Blue Grass of Garrard's and splendidly ImprovCrass. Hudson A Faraau well located ad Orchard ed. Mr. Perkins has this week purJust to remind you that tho Christ- chased the farm of 00 acres from Mr. mas Bazaar on December 10th will Alfred Swope near BryanUvllle, for be given by the Woman's Missionary $200 an acre. Possession of both Soclsty of the Christian church. farms will be given January 1st. Xma gifts, candles' and everything Gsautaa Kssawksa Salt la sacks sad good to eat Meat wM net spoil wkaa karrak. Csr 41 swr issl Cattoa 3 sad MmI sursd wit I kit salt. Hadsass A Farms u. The fact that these newspapers condemn the three or four candidates mentioned for the office, show's that they have some one else In view. Wo are in favor of having a good busi ness man for Governor, a man who has had experience in governmental affairs anif a man who has shown ability along these lines. We think wo know the man needed and will namo him at the proper time. Wo are at work on the proposition and wont to bo sure we have a man who cannot be "bossed" and who does not represent any machine or set of men, and a man who has shown by experience what he can do. Danville Messenger, First Fair for Lancaster The splendid foot ball team of tancastcr met its first defeat of tho year Friday afternoon, when the Cynthiana boys beat them 20 to .1. It was a bitter pill for the fighting Lancaster boy to take and we regret It a well as they. To havo made such an cnvlablu record all fall and right here at the shank of the season to meet defeat and unexpected defeat, is indeed hard. Quite a number of pcoplo from Danville who have been watching tho Lancaster boys all season, went over to pall for them, but came away feeling blue becauso their favorites lost. Danvillo Advo- - Small Blaze Tho new fire engine made its in- Farm Sales Carter Gets Job Mr. D. M, Carter, who for the, past year has been assisting in the office of County Judge Treadway, has been added to tho state prohibition on forccment staff, under Director Sam Collins, of Islington. Mr. Carter will have hi headquarters at Lancaster. Christmas Bazaar Everything in fancy work and other articles suitablo for Christmas, will bo offered at the Christmas Bazaar, by tho Ladies Aid Society of the Baptist church at J. E. Dicker, son and Son's store, Saturday, December 9th. i itial run last Sunday morning about eight o'clock, being called to the house on Buford street owned by Charlie Pollard, which had caught fire under the roof near a defectivo flue. Tho blaze was soon extinguished by one,of tho chemical tanks with practically ilttlo damage. Tho prompt response of tho fire department caused universal and favorable comment from tho large crowd which had gathered to so the engine work, which it did to the satisfaction of all. Infant Dies grand-daught- The infant daughter of Mrs. Cassic May and of Dr. and Mrs. William Burnett, of Danville, passed away last Thurdsay, November 23rd., burial taking place In the Lancaster cemetery last Friday. Much Ballard's Pur WUt Bran, Kan. sympathy Is expressed for the mother lucky Farm Faad, Purina Cow Ckow and grand parents In their sad loss. aHard's OhsUsli Flaur Is suit, ad Pig Chsw, Tuseda Hog Ration, Old Dominion Portland Cssasat, Usltkful sad dsHcUas. Try sack Wkeat MUcHiags, iraund Barlsy, Crasso Dairy Feed, Hats aad Muta Rock, Sand. Cossaaoa aad Pressed today. Ws daUvar its tewa. rick. lludaesi A Faraaa. Hudaaa A Farms. Faad. Haass! A Fsrnau. houses do not pay a dollar of taxes In our town. They and their employed do not support our churches, they do not deposit in our banks, nor do they contribute in any way to the support of our local Institutions, as LLancaitcr merchants do. How long could our town continue to progress or attract new- - residents, if it had an inefficient, backward, deserted buslnos section. If the pcoplo withdraw their support from our business establishments, it would not take long for tho town to deteriorate into a country village. They are receiving liberal support from the residents of Lancaster and vicinity, but there are a number who, from thoughtlessness and habit, p resist In going out of town or ordering from mall order houses, those things they could buy Just as satisfactorily and as economically right here In town. We do not ask anyone "to buy anything that they can get elsewhere to better advantage, but they do ask you to let them servo you, feeling confident that no other store In another city can give better quali ties, wider assortment or fairer price. You help yourself, f,when you TRADE AT HOME. The Cential Record. LancaMiui , Ky. .Thursday , Nov 30 1922 Treating December it Best Month Breeding Ewes to Study Farm DOWN WORM TROUBLE Business December Is the, best tlmo of the year for the farmer to study his business, according to W. I). Nichols, head of the farm economics department of the College of Agriculture. At that time field work Is over, the yield, qifallty and market price of the farm products are known and tho long nights and weather at this sea-se- n of the year are such that there is limited time for field work. This gives tho farmer a good chance to look back over the year to make an Invoice of mistakes and successes and plan ahead for the coming year. The lead pencil used during tho win ter months to study the farm busi ness and make plans for the new year is the greatest labor saving and prof it Insuring Implement on the farm, Mr. Nicholls says. "Farm profits in 192.1 will be determined to a large extent by the care and thought that is used in plan ning and scheduling the farm work for the year. Successful farmers plan their work at this time of the year and then see to it that their plans work out in the next 12 months, This helps them keep ahead of their work and that is a big item in making the farm pay. "More farmers each year arc adopting the plan of keeping a ree onl through the year of farm work done, weather condition, dates of killing frost, timely rains, extreme drouths, market variations and other timely data. Many other farmers add to these records by using a simple system to record the receipts and expenditures of the farm business. Such records used In connection with the inventories that more and more farmers are making each year help the farmer make a complete study of the farm business. "Scores of farmers are going farther and charging the costs of labor, materials and other items to the various crops and stock that they were used in connection with. This helps them determine with reasonable accuracy the relative profit of the d lire rent farm enterprises. Such calculations need not he exact. On thu other hand, estimates can be made roughly and with enough accuracy to be practical. Many successful farmers also are finding that cost account records, showing what it cosU to produce crops and other farm products, am helpful in making a study of the farm business." "BRED IN OLD KENTUCKY" I CUTS Is not for off and our complete display of XMAS IS READY FOR YOUR INSPECTION Stomach worms, present In almost every flock of sheep In Kentucky, annually cause a heavy loss to farmers and breeders of the state, according to Ik J. Horlacher, In charge of sheep work at the College of Agriculture. Farmers ran take n big step at this time of the year to wipe out this trouble by treating their pregnant ewes with copper sulphate. If ewes ore free of worms before the lambing seastftt comes, the chances of the lambs getting worms are considerably lessoned. A solution made of copper sulphate commonly known as bluestone, Is the best one to use In treating tho ewes. The solution is made by dissolving of a pound of powdered copper sulphate In a quart of boiling water and then diluting this to three gallons. This amount Is enough to one-four- th "PURE BRED" Is the watch word on DIXIE STOCK FARMS Pure Breeds are cheaper today then they will ever be In the future, why not buy your foundation for your future success. When better Polands arc bred wc will breed them on THE DIXIE. Dixie SANDERS BROS. fc J. M. AMON, PROP. LANCASTER, KY. Stock Farms. HOLIDAY GOODS McRobcrt: Mice and Rabbits Start Damage Work on dose 100 dwes. In treating ewes, they should be Drug Store. kept oil feed the night before and then drenched the following morning after which they should be kept up for from six to eight hours longer. The doso for each ewe is about three and a half ounces or seven In case the ewes arc in a badly rundown condition, they should be given a drench of epsom salts about -- I hours after the copper sulphate treatment. of a pound of the salts dissolved in water Is enough for each ewe. table-spoonsfOne-four- th lie save the tree from the mice which do BRYANTSVILLE Trees This Is the time of the year when formers and orchard owners must bo on guard to keep their fruit trees from being girdled and ruined by rabbits and mice, accordingto W. V. Magill, orcharding specialist of the College of Agrculturc. Thcso rodents often damage trees before owners know it nn din some cases do more harm than Insects. Fruit trees in some parts of the state already havo been almost completely ruined by rab Cleaning the trash bits and mice. and rubbish from the trees and thenplacing tobacco stems, newspapers or woven wire netting around them is the best way to stop the damage caused by these dodents. "Cleaning the trash and rubbish away from around trees with a hoc or mattock is a bit; step in stopping the damage done to trees by mice since these parts make their roadways under this trash. Woven wire netting costs moro than corn or tobacco stalks but it Is cheaper in the long run since it can be used for seven or eight years while the corn or tobacco stalks must be replaced each year. A piece of woven wire 18 Inches high and from 18 to 24 inches long, when bent around the tree and fastened at the ends, will stand out far enough to shield the tree and give enough room for the1 tree to make several years' growth.) The mesh of the netting should not be I larger than one inch. Trees can be. saved by the use of the wire netting! for a cost of about four cents each. I In case a deep snow falls, trees may! be shielded by lifting the cylinder of wire and packing the snow at the I bate of the tree. This is done to - their work under the crust and the Mr O. M. Moreland wns the guest rabbits which work on top of the of friend at Georgetown Friday. snow. Mr. Robert H. Fox spent Sunday "If paper, corn or tobacco stalks in Danville with his uncle, Mr. II. C. arc used, they should be tied around Fox. the trunk of the tree, the stalks beMr. and Mrs. It. I. Hrown spent ing stood on end. These must be week-en- d with relatives at Stanremoved in the spring as they furnish the a good hiding place for insect pests." ford. Miss Allie'Mae Edwards has been If you treat your enemy as you the guest of friends in Nicholasville would have him treat you the enmity for several days. between you will soon die out- Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wilson, of Nicholasville, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Norman Grow Friday. Mrs. B. II. Halcomb, who has been ill several days, suffering from an attack of tonsllltis is improving. Mr. Addle Davis has returned home after n week's visit with Mrs. Foley KIDNEY PILLS air Ithoda Wylle and Miss Ethel Wylic. quick ralldtroaaaackacba. mod rfcauaaatie Ub. back,to dUordrred Mrs. J. llogan Ballard came home ealna diM bladder. Ttaay and Sunday after a week's visit in NichorsUa-r- a drat, tba uoplcaa and uradu ant armptotaa, baaltfc, Tld--C lasville with her mother, Mrs. II. L. aHr briaa back anas) SaaMaloQ. Elder. Mr. H. C. Uuble shipped a carload of hogs to Cincinnati Saturday. He bought most of them at 7 cent per KIDNEY PILLS pound. .Mr. W. K. Davis went to Lexing ara aaada of srara aaatartal. carefully aad wiacly ton Monday where he has accepted tonic In action a position with the Jewell Tobacco and quick to glra gooJ t. Warehouse Co. Tba testimonial below la one ol tkouaanda we bava Mrs. Mercer, mother of Mrs. Olllc racalrad from an f f cr.ra Hankin, was called to Somerset n few who bara (ooad rtUat. days ago by the serious illness of her "I bara bean troubled daughter-in-law- . ppiHii What's in a Name? , This wise merchant in Constantinople calls his shop the "American Bakery" and business booms. Note the many languages in which the signs on the windows arc printed Indicating the diversity of the population. The loaves seen on the storefront are real and ore nailed afresh ever' morning, according to the Constantinople idea of good advertising, without thought of sanitation. LOYD Mrs. Henry Hay hi Improving at this writing. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Kay visited relatives on I'oor Uldge, Sunday. Mrs. Jess Kay spent Sunday with her mother, Mrs. Kdlngton near Ml. . Hebron. Mrs. Kllrn Haker and two little grandsons, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Preston Snyder. Not all men are silly Mrs Avas Turner, of Indianapolis, only foolish. 3uJB .Backache FOLEY ra-ni- It isn't every man tice. Some fear it. who seeks Jus A rejected lover can always pun ish the girl by refusing to ask her d. again. Death comes to us all, but with some people it pauses a long time at Ind., who has been at the bedside of her sister, has returned home. Mr. and Mrs. Sijulre T. Whittaker were visitors of Mr and Mrs Tom Howard, of l'reaekersville. Mr and Mrs Fred Snyder and little daughter, Allle H., were the guest of Mr and Mrs J. I). Kay, Sunday. Mr P. I. N'ayler, mm Dave and wife of Cincinnati, who have been visiting relatives here have returned home. A the door. ' with weak kidnarss and several tiara In tba last tcu raara I bad tbat la backache aad Urad out feeling, acarcelr able to do my work. Foley Kidney 1111. mada toe feel Ilka a new per-on-." Mr. C Hyde. UoaMaUad.MJck. trr-rib- I WHATEVER YOU I 1 EAT - WEAR GENERAL STORE IS REDUCED PRICES. USE I 1 PRE-PARE- THIS D TO SELL IT TO YOU AT SPECIALLY I I: Wo wnnt to make a direct bid for your patronage, or at least a portion of it. In making that bid wo wont to nssurc you that wo will accord you the most complete consideration in the matter of quality, price and courtesy that is humanly possible. No house can promise more and live up to the promise. ' Your Produce is same as cash. I I 1 Becker & Ballard BRYANTSVILLI, KENTUCKY. And now comes the writer with the assertion that nations have nerves, Perhaps that Is the reason some of Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Scott. Jr., and them ore so nearvy. MIs-- t Mcry Brown were In Lancaster Friday to witness the ball game be tween Lancaster and Cynthiana. The many friends of Mr. Jesse W. Gulley regret to hear that he has been quite sick for several days, being threatened with blood poisoning. Mrs. Lesley Hmnor was hostess Fri day afternoon to the members of the Tho program was very W. C. T. U. Goes When Red. Interesting and delightful refresh- Whr? Pimpla-PoUolllood-Cell- a Increase! S. S. S. ments wero served. BuilJs Mrs. II. W. McAfee, Mrs. Floyd You can Im sura of tbla. ntlara has no I'liui'lo- Curtis, Mrs. N. T. Grow and Mrs. snbftltute fur ml Movd-nlyour Its CFriday toUoa aran't llo In tlieraml rler of rich B. Itose were in Lancaster ara nmurh loos as la it. iloro afternoon for the bural of the infant daughter of Mrs. Cassie Burnett May. Mrs. Owen Marshall Moreland and Miss Zillah Dawes were in Georffv-tow- n Friday for the reception given by Mrs. Hcmdon Waller, honoring Mrs. J. YV. Waller her mother-in-laof Hopkinsville, who is her house guests. Mr. A. B. Swopc sold his farm containing C0i acres to Mr. E. W. 1'er- kins for $200 per acre. Mr. Perkins t J and family will take possession tho Csft11U year. We are delighted first of the to have this excellent family nearer a our littlo city. It Is hoped, however, ?oU Deed when rou sea pimthat Mr. Swopc will not Icavo this That U what at jou In lh mirror, d ple urine Kraetnj la luit.le ara wurxl community as we would regret giving wuraa jell You eio trr ererjlbluc uuiler them up very much. tba aun, you'll lln'l onlr uua anawer, jour lwwer Itcv. B. A. Dawes ami family had mora rell rnulu, In roduelltao4 au Tba by Incranaa Is una o( Iba A. II. C.'a their Thanksgiving reunion Thursday In ml bbwil-nlcf loetllcal arleuee. In Lexington, as Miss Amy Dawes, lcar purt rleh blood. Tner mean clear, Georgetown, was ruddy, lorsbla eoinpleiluna. They mean who Is a student at Dtrie power, berauaa all jour nere era unable to come home for tho Thanks- fed by jour blood. They wean tr J f rum iliale, fruut Iba holiday as their vacation was foreter(row bolls, (root menu bla thenl giving wxt, auJ akin so brief. Some of the family enjoy rmptUns. (rout ibeuiuatUm Impurltlea, feel the the ball game between George- from that tlml, cibaualed.Iba luoat Imporara luf. lled.blood-erltown and Transylvania In the after- tant Iblur la tba world tit each of u. H. H. you. H. noon, then the entire family enjoyed H. 8.!eawill build tbra fur as one ac( Iba known alar ItCM, has blood cleauaeM In the evening at one of the kreateat dinner ircDgtbtruera veer produced. hotels. Those present were Itcv. and sod ayalvui sold at all drug- torv lu two . h. U Mm. B. A. Dawes, Mu Zlllah Dawes, stars. Tba larger slu bolllo Is tba mora .couumlcat, Mr. B. A. Dawes, Jr., Miss Amy Daw. es, of Georgetown College, Mr. and Mrs. O. M. Moreland and Master James Bourbon Moreland and Mr. "8. S. S. U for sala at McRoberU Dreg StorV' and Mrs. Collier C. Dawes, of Paris. few are Blackheaded Pimples Quit WilhS.S.S. n TheaaRed-Ulood-Calll. 1 MONEY to LOAN If you want to buy a home you can borrow the money and pay it back on the Installment plan. Make application to the Secretary now Lancaster Building & Loan Ass'n J. E. RoliflJjB, President. Mist Sue Shelby Maico, Stclj-Trti- i. - Gasoline BUY 23c US FROM of a blemishedjace 1 I SAME PRICE as DANVILLE and LEXINGTON lllaca-Leade- We Have Forced The Price Down Show, your appreciation by giving us your UeJ-cvl- patronage. Crown Gasoline Quality Polorine Oil First Class Wirk u Cuarantud ML - ccc a0" y3 f CONN and CONN KY. LANCASTER, Th Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday, Nov 30, 1 922 McOUAY-NORR- IS If your gas S PISTON R K "Economy Renew Your Car's Power 1 old-tim- hills arc too high and your power is slacking up McQuay-Norri- s Piston Rings will e renew your car's power, save gas and oil, and decrease carbon troubles. plan to have your car overhauled, we can supply all sizes and over-size- s promptly. Why not renew your car's power and economy now? We Carry a Complete Service Stock aria Regardless of where you WOODS 911 & WHITE, RICHMOND, KY. Kpi tubtif. I . frvrntl"w tf1.n.ami rem. tnt in - Uirs an rtcludr . aut at llHtnirT.Rath tikhhiuH rut MkH tr irtrrr Iti.kilni.iib. tnn tavta. ll w4ni, u rrilen OlYMrqulw-.rtlirxl.r !!. Iom rot 'I talarr "If"! V V lln( ml trtjt nf rombuitWjn ai a m hainhM , rach t1on ttmaa f lcr Km t Irfttnn an I .mjitltt on .each up ttrpkv htrh nrUuiary at mc tm, rannot tla. Karn rin( jMicanl in n fnrthmfnt cm hnarvt tiJls Hail ran l fmol rioter than null. natr trp rut vtlvrl flnlh liukk aratlnt Uraia In )ifly To keep thrm tlf.n nl (rrt (irm tut, ah tin la MKkn In an InlnUu.l a.U.iioe IVf Sflp Jnrr.CKir - . tint Nnnbuttin (cJnt. which of th i.USrtt (tad. Halanl above th amac nr MKhiay. Norrii manufarturtnt mrtlKxIa. Tlirir uw Inturra all It aatLfactkat poitibie fur jrou to art from a plain tnap tlix. They at riackrJ tartlv lino to th carton and rolled In araic.1 paprr Snap Rlnc McQUAY-NORR- tS Jmquay-norrT- s JL PlSTAfcl DIKinS III cur SNAP RINGS I 1)1 " H . ! 'l III L3i it I i .a i- -" -f- fri V rv about $5. However, this is enough CoVer CrODS SaVC Soil On the field maintained by the Ken- lernuxer lor lour or nvc years. Stable manure should be used with I on of Proves Hail on UnllmaJ Soil, tucky Agricultural Experiment Station at Greenville to represent thous-an- d the rock phoiphate when It is applied Hr ports already received from 10 of quare mile of territory in to soils that are very poor in order counties of the state indicate that Field test that have been carried years the ctem coal fields, raw rock phov to furniah nitrogen and humus. It cover crop this winter will stop toll on In the state for n number of not uncommon to llnd soils so Dan washing leaching away of and to help farmer yet bigger crop yield nhate has made the yield of corn.' whed or so poor in humus, duo plant food on the larger phosphate it one of wheat and soybean thousands of acres of prove that rock careless farming, that no form of the best sources of phosphorous for than they were when no treatment phosphorous would show results. Kentucky farm lands, according to It. K. Stephenson, soils specialist of of acre of unlimcd soils In was given the soil. The yield of thousands Ituildlng up the humus supply of Kentucky, aoll and crop, specialists clover on this field has been more the College of Agriculture. Despite these soils by using manure or grow at the College of Airrlculture say. than doubled by use of the rock phos- ing legume is essential before good the fact that this it only the second been phate. This field geta an application year in which an Intensive covcrcrop Results from this material have returns will come from phorphorous, campaign especially good on coal measure soils of 1,000 pounds of raw rock phoshas been put on in the state, the acreage of such crops has In the western part of the state and phate an acre once every four year. J Ilest result are obtained from rock , made a substantial increase. on the Warrrlcy soils berdcring the In both phoaphate if the farmer uses it with I In M of the 10 counties,. farmers lllue Grata region. Soil have started demonstrations involving theie region have little or no natur- the idea permanently making the soil Hands chapped? close to 19,000 acres of rye alone to al limestone In them. On the coal richer This material doe not givci average crop yield, quick results unle large quantltiesj show their neighbors how fields can meaiure soil, the MENTHOLATUM be protectetl from wnshing during the have bcn eight per cent greater from of it are used at one application. heals quickly and winter. This ryo not only will preraw rock phosphate than from acid The caah outlay for 1,000 pounds,, vent soil erosion nnd leaching losses gently. phosphate when the name outlay of whuh would be about the right on the various farms but also will caih for fertilizers was mniie .n loth amount to put nn an acre, would be furnish fall, winter and spring pasture and make a good residue to plow under for green manuring pur poses, thereby putting humus Into Harley also ha the soil. proved I popular as a cover crop, seven coun I tie reporting demonstrations involv ing 2,300 acres. Harley, like the rye will protect the soil, furnish grazing ' and in many cases make o grain crop that can be harvested next spring. Farmers In nine counties of th A. Dawes, $2.00. state art putting an demonstration: MT. HEBRON this winter to show the value of cxim John Crank, $1.00; Ssllic Barker, on clover as a cover crop. This crop make a good winter legume but in 25c; Win. Humphrey, $1.00; Lizzie MINERAL DIRECTOR many case farmers have found it Onstott, 25c; Huston Clark, 50c Charles Onstott, 25c; R. Q. Trnsey Office Over National Bank. hard to get a stand of it that would go through the winter. Four hun $1.00; Clarence Nnylor, 50c; Ambro Residence Phone 3. Office Phone 27 dred sixty acre of It arc being grown Thompson, $1.00; R. Q. Barks, $5.00 LANCASTER. KY. in the demonstrations. Farmers In R. L. Grow, $2.00; J. I Crawford eight counties have demonstrations $1.00; Speed Shcrrow, $1.00; Ed under way to show the value of vetch Grow, $2.00; Henry' Montgomery as a winter cover crop. They are $2.50; Authcr Montgomery, 50c; J my placo two miles on I will growing 300 acres of this crop. Vetch P. Ham, $1.00; Hamilton Jennings VETERINARIAN. is hardier and more reliable than 50c; J. T. Sopcr, $1.00; Ruben Sam Da at sweet clover but the price of seed Is 50c; Herbert Stone, 50c; Harry Stone Calls Anawarad Promotl Lane, on almost prohibitive. Kye nnd vetch 50c; W. S. Bowling, $1.00; Olllc Lane Niibt. Pkona 317. 50c; Alex Dean, $1.00; H. L. Thomp commonly are grown together. LANCASTER. KUNTUCKV Seven counties report liemonstra son, COc; Lowey Speake, $1.00. tions involving 3,300 acres of winter RICE ACADEMY oats while alfalfa and sweet clover . J. Rice, $5.00; A. T. Sanders, are being used for cover crops In $10.00; N. J. Gosney, $5.00; J. T. other counties. Wheat also will pro Center, $5.00; I. N. Gosney, $1.00 Law tect the soil on thousands of acres Robt. Fox, $3.00; Pense Bros., $5.00 Money to loan on farms. this winter although this crop usually D. S. Swope, $1.00; S. G. Estes $1.00 is harvested grain. ouCntles Jess Sanders, $1.00; Everett Long List your farm for tale priv for TEN that already have reported on the $1.00; Gordon Doty, 50c; Mr. Ed ately or at auction. acreage of c"ovcr crops seeded aro Perkins, $2.00. Office over J. W. Smith' Store. .Marion, Allen, Jackson, Orayion, LANCASTER follows: the offer Lawrence, Irreck in ridge, Morgan, Un Ion, Owsley, Jefferson, Harlan, Cnllo dreat Southern Refining Co., $10.00; OFTOMl2TRIST E. Robinson, $5.00; E. C. Gaines, way, Fleming, Meade, Campbell and of mares, one horse, works One Practice limited $8.00; Hudson & Farnau, $10.00; .Madison. to diagnosing and Garrard .Milling Co., $3.00; Bastin old old one 5 one coming 5 correcting defects hurope continues to turn out Its Lumber Co., $3.00: Bastin Grocery. of Eyesicht by usual grist of wars, but they are not $1.C0; S. S. S. Lumber Co., $2.50; 4 old good one works fitting the of all confined to the other side of the Billie Mason, $2.00; Jnme Nevue, proper glasses. big pond. American divorce courts $1.00; Garrard Bonk & Trust Co. 1 3 bull heifer, 1 calves, 3 cows, DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. nre nMnj- - quite a few of them. $3.00; J. C. Williams, $2.50; J. A Beozley, Opposite Gilcher Hotel. $2.00; Citizens National GO pigs, 14 shouts; tools, of sows Bank, $5.00; James Smith, $2.50; OsTica Hours S to 12 and 1 to S WHAT FUN Walker Bros., $1.00; Francis Shop, IS corn, etc. $2.00; F. S. Hughe, $2.50; McRob- PLANT THIS FALL, rt TO BE HUNGRY! ord, Drug Store, $2.50; Central Rec FRUIT AND SHADE TREES my Also will offer $2.60; Currey & Gulley, $1.00; can't Ic well and hearty G. M. Treadway, $1.00; W. O. Good- BLOOMING SHRUBS YOU you nre prupetly noumlied 64 acres, all in grass. Joe, $1.00 Conn & Conn, $2.00; L. you can't be strong unlets your SMALL FRUITS L. Walker, $1.00: Bastin Bros.. $1.00. appetite it good. CRAPE VINES l or a Keen appetite, good digestion, . Sweeney, $2.50; Anderson Uro. rich red Mood, nnd the 'punch" ana $2.00; J. R. Mount, on will be sale. $1.50; Dr. J. A. EVERGREENS "pep" tlat goes with pcrftct health, tmon. $2.00 and Lancaster Milling ou need Oude's PERENNIALS Tale Cutlo's for a short tune and Co., $00. note the big difference in the way you In fact, everything for Orchard, Lawn BUENA VISTA look, tat and feel. and Garden. Our illustrated catalog Your druggist liai it liquid or tabWill Smalley, 50c; Ben Dunn, $2; I the most complete nurselets, as you prefer. Leslie Bruner, $2.00; Mrs. L. 11. Bru- - this year ry- book ever issued In tho South. ncr, $2.00; Charlie Rutledge, $1.00; It Is free for the asking. Brice Sechser, 25c; Will Scott, $2.00; H. F. HILLENMEYER Dcus Montgomery, 60c; Jes Duncan, SONS, A. T. Scott, pcpto-Mana- n Blu Grass Nuraarlas, 1.00; Henry Smith, $1.25; Wesley Kaatuckr. Tonic and Enricher Thompson, $1.00; Clarence Ruble, LailaaUa, 1.00; Buena Vista Faculty, $6.00; Rock Phosphate cases. Thousands Acres one-four- th Win at AT for sale team and anywhere, yearling and work year year ' Sale Harris Mrs. G. HCane, $1.26; Mrs. Ben Naylor, $WF0; Mrs, Ed. Williams 20c, Mrs. Herfry Williams, 25c; Mr. J. N. Williams, $1.00; William Duncan, $1; Dryniitavillo Community Knir Gwin Blakeman, $1.00; J. H. Jen r.ings, 25c; Jim Dunn, $1.00; T. D. Giving Names nnd Amount Ford, 25e; Nannie Askins, $1.00; Jno. Naylor, $2.60; Leslie Ruble, $2.00; of Ench Contributor Dummcn Mc.Murtry, $2.60 and Joe a list of subscribers Hamilton, $1.00. Following HICKMAN who made ppisible the splendid prem11. C. Glass nnd Son, $20.00. ium list of Hryantsvillc Community Fnlr: URIGlirS BEND DANVILLE Mrs. Frank Coughton, $1.00; EngDr. llryne, $1.00; Mis Klin Dunn, lish Dunn, $5.00; Ed Hulctt, $2.00; 7r.c; Quaker Maid, $1.00; Mr. Hock-e- r, J. S. Skinner, $5.00; Harry Edwards, C0c; Fred Wooldridge, 11.00; The $C00; B. Y. Logan,, $2.0; Jeff Hester, Hub Pushing Co., $5.00; Tribblc and $2.00; Golden Sun Coffee Co., $2.00; Picket Furniture Co., $1.00; Meier & L L. Sanders, $2.00; J. H. Edwards, Huffman, $1.00; W. 0. Uunlnp, $1.00; $5.00; N. T. Doolin, $5.00; Cecil 11. Coomer, $1.00; N. Y. Restaurant, Beaty, $5.00; Frank Fotger, $5.00; $1.00; 0. K. Wiseman, $1.00; Jacob G. A. Bowling, $5.00; C.'K. Pondcx-tc- r, $2.00; Hear, $1.00; J. F. Parks, $3.00; Hampton Lester, $5.00; O. Itlrhard Foley, $1.00; Danville, Jew- V, Pence, 2.00 nnd J. W. Edwards, r, elry Co., $1.00; Danville Dally $2.00 $1.00; Taulcener .t Mortan, NICHOLA5VILLE Spoon-ma- n $1.00; Wince Wiseman, $1.C0; Oldham Bros., $2.00; Griggs and Drug Store, $1.00; Freeman Co., $1.00 Mays, Veatch, Hoot Nave, $2.00; Fred Baskctt, $1.00; Shop, $1.00; Danville Fish nnd Oys- Comlcy's Grocery, $1; Von Grunym ter. Market, $2.00; B. J. Durham, Hardware Co., $1.00. LEXINGTON r $1.00; Maleom House, COc; Dunn Goodloc Seed Co., $5.00; City Res IJros., $1.00; Dr. Acton, COc; Nave Decorating Co., $2.00; Durham Im taurant, $5.00; Poultry nnd Dairy plement Co., $2.00: A. II. Robertson Supply Co., $5.00. Total subscription and Uros., $2.00; Parks Hcndren, $2 $473.20 I. M. Dunn Reed, for adv. in catalog A. A. Hatfield. COc: 85.00 Co., $2.00; J. 11. Williams, $2; Dan vllle Motor Co., $2.00; J. W. Wnlke $558.20 494.45 $1.00; Roy Arnold, 50c; Danvill Collections to date Expanses Tire Co., $1.00; U. O. & R. C Hot field, r.Oc; Citizen Coal & Transfer Premium money paid $325.00 Co., $2.00; New Crescent IAimbcr Catalogs and printing 77.05 . Co., $2.00; Hudson & Davi, $3.00 Lumber . . 33.75 James T. Ware, $2.00; Crooks Ware Incidental expenses . 21.48 $2.00; Chestnut Salter Hardware Cj $457.88 $2.50; A. U Arnold, 11.00. There will be as much ns possible DRYANTSVILLE during the next few days, N. T. Grow, $20.00; O. M. Morcland collected when the balance of money In bank $2.50; Dr. It. C. Rose, $2.50; Tom, will be equally divided among the six Hicks. $2.50; Forest Curtis, $1.00; J which participated in the H. Ilallard, $2.50; Itobt. Gulley and schools Son, $10.00; T. G. Durham, 50c; IL fair. Anyone having checks must present H. W. McAfee, L. Duller, $5.00; same for payment at once. $1.00; C. C. Becker, $2.50; Sutton J. W. GULLEY, Bros., $2.50; Noah Mnnee, $2.50 Sect'y. and Treas. Robert Swope, 50c; W. A. Stclwell C. M. Dean 50c; Jake Burnside, 50c; $5.00; Stella Mac Scott, $1.00; A. T. JOHN WHITE-C- O, Scott, $1.00; Martin Brogll,' $1.00 IOUISVRU. RV. EtflVT ''V M. 0. Kennedy, $1.00; W. H. Boner, .tf.VJIa $1.00; Sam Motford, $2.50; J. M Sutton, $5.00; A. Friend, $1.00 Full VM p Malcam Osborn, 50c; R. P. Brown Raw Fursi $5.00; Earl Willcy, $3.00; Andy Croushorn, $1.00; Troy Hogg, $1.00 M. S. Sam Halcomb, $1.00; Ben Halcomb $2.00; Alfred Swope, $2.50; Jim Kidd $1.00; Mrs, K. II. Ballard, $1.00 HATFIELD Miss Moymc Ballard, 25c; W. K DENTIST Davis, $1.00; Jim Durham, $2.00; Ar- Offica ovar Th Garrard Bank. ble Lee, 50c; Mllard Ham, $1.00; Edd Ratldaoc 376. Adams, 25c; Calvit Hulctt, $1.00 Phonsa Office 5. KENTUCKY. S. D. Cochran, 50c; Squire Upton LANCASTER, $1.00; Job Manee, $1.00; Rev. U FINANCIAL STATEMENT 1 Mes-senge- Fur-nitu- re ....... ... 24tVHMr CtflHEj J. A. Beazlev East of Lancaster, Or. Primus Walker Friday, Dec. 1st, O'CLOCK property, described as gray mare, gelding, Jersey farming Green Clay Walker And Real Estate DR. J. J. BYRINE anywhere year gelding, works anywhere; four calf, heifer about barrels farm of IT for rent at same time and place day of Terms made IVpto-.Manga- J. A. Conn, Jr. Auct (jude's Shod rn.CntrMl Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Nov 30, 1922 Beginning December WE WILL OFFER OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF AT DECIDED REDUCTIONS 1st Dresses, Coats, Suits and Fur Chokers A. B. ROBERTSON & DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. additional knowledge as it traverses the years of infancy and juvenility nnd in time passes the accumu lation on to its own otTspring. In the enrly ages of mankind the world was ruled by ignorance, superstition nnd idolatry. Hefore the final eclipse there will be such intelligence and. cnlightmcntlis has never been known before. Today we are in a transitory state, living, and learning, and progressing as the Creator affords us opportunities and the intelligence to grnsp them. The intelligence of your child is not due entirely to you. it is the divine will that knowledge be unfolded by degrees, and you arc bu the instrument of thnt will. Everybody is talking nbqljt you, and you can no more stijp them than you enn cause tfc'e wind to cense blowing. What will they say about you tomorrow? That will depend upon what you do toda You are moulding their words by your own actions, nnd the judgment they will pronounce upon you is being pre pared in advance by you, yourself. BtO day efforts will be made to induce members of the Christian church living in this community but not affiliating with the local congregation to take membership. It is hoped that all coming in this category will think seriously of what I best for their own religious life and best for the Kingdom and govern themselves accordingly. daughter absorbs POOL EXPECTED TO START RECEIVING TOBACCO DEC. 11 Manngers and Warehouse All Bookkeepers from Parts of District to Receive Final Instructions Receiving plants of the Hurley To. Assobacco Growers' ciation will be opened to receive the lti'2'i crops of members Dec. 11th., if there is a season. Director of Warehouses Kalph M. Darker said Saturday. Warehouse managers nnd bookkeepers from nil part of the burley district will be In Lexington Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday, Director Harker said, to receive their final Instructions. District graders and managers of the Association' redrycra also were hcre for their final instructions and on Monday, Dec. 4th., warehouse graders will be in Lexington to take their examinations, which arc required before they are permitted to pas upon the crops of the grower. These examinations will include prac tical demonstrations on ability on the part of the graders to do the work which will be required of them. his Director Barker reiterated statement of last week that members of the association will not be compelled to haul their tobacco to the larger receiving points in order to obtain n good grade, and said that expert graders would be at every bur- ley receiving point and that grades woul'l be uniform throughout the district. big hotel in Louisville on the sacred abbath and decided to blaskllst certain gentlemen, who might be candidates for Governor of the grand old Commonwealth. This is a new way to do things in Kentucky. This smacks of the work of Charles Murphy and other Tammanyites and smells to heaven. This cotorie of "Little Men" must remember that they cannot build up their own man by darning other mm. Sausage Receipt (Ily Request) To every 14 pounds of meat, put tablespoons of salt; two tablespoon lf Christian Church News I at a glance the reasons back of the reputation earned by the GREAT MAJESTIC RANGE. You can easily understand why it has the lowest possible cost ptr year. Cheap ranges have open joints "they have to be fired harder. They burn out in half the time. Come in and convince yourself that the MAJESTIC costs less in the end. BUY THE RANGE WITH A REPUTATION. sec? - You can j The women of the Missionary Ko--j H tablespoon ciety will have the service next Sun- - of black pepper; one-haday morning. The recent union of j of red pepper and two tablespoons of the two societies, and the Increased ground age. Cut rnnnt suitable site enthusiasm which was brought about) and season before grinding. ineretjy, ami tne efficiency with which Ilobbetl hair is no longer stylish, the women always do things, ought to tt"decllnces to hasten its growth. make the morning services esprcial-l- y but interesting and helpful. The usual evening service will be heM, at which the subject of the sermon will If you need) money be "Is a Ll Ever Justifiable?" not on your, farm, Janua new subject by any means but one ary 1st, put In apof practical import. plication1 NOW of special talks at prayer meeting' next Wedncsday evening having with religious condition m In dia. A special plan for increasing, the attendance at the ser i vice- will be announced next Sunday ! to-dmid-wee- k Mr. Ilourland will begin a sertesj CONN BROS. "Live and Let Live IG Interest 5 1- -21 Sue Shelby Mason Loin Agent and Abstractor Court House LANCASTER, KY. 015 tf n $1-50 iriri LJL Folks' JG The second Sunday in December will be Membership Day. On that ( IIMimiMMIIHIMIIIIM These are only a few of our many blessings, but aro they a Year. mutd Wetkly. not enough for which to render Psyabla in Adranca. thanks? J. E. ROBINSON. Editor. November the 30th. is the Remember Your R. L. ELK IN, Local Editor and Mgr. day. Own Interests Shop early this Christmas. Entered at the Post Office In Lan. Mall Then shop again. Another Christmas is near at caitcr, Ky., as Second-Clas- s Matter. The more cheer you bestow hand, and already many of our upon others the greater will people nrc scanning the list of r Fonic Adrtii RpcMfili be the cheer within your own possible gifts. THEAMEHICANJ PHES3 AS300AT10NJ heart. As is our custom each year, Lwearfer, It., NereBbtr 30. 1922 Christmas is a time of good we again ask you to consider cheer for everybody, and near- th . laims of the home merRale For Political Announcement. ly everybody is cheered In one chant and the advantages to be way or another. For Precinct and City Offices. 6.00 derived from trading with him. Let us see thnt everyone in 10.00 For County Office Consider the plight of GerForjState and District Offices. 15.00 this community is remembered .10 on Christmas day, that no one many in this connection. For Calls, per line .10 is overlooked. That country is prostrate beFor Cards, per line all publications in the interFor What is everybody's business cause it no longer has wealth. est of individuals or expres- generally remains undone, to Its gold is being sent to other t i l lion 01 inuiviuuai views, jicr to satisfy claims that .10 the embarrassment or grief of countries line must be met. . .05 those who are the victims of Obituaries, per line We nre in fairly good condiour indifference. Therefore, let us have a tion now, but we will remain so Have you anything to be community whose business it only as long as we keep our thankful for this year? you think? will be to take the initiative in money in circulation at home. A few things, You will find the home merYou have many things, we seeing that the Christmas spirit and cheer are represented in chant's wares advertised in the think. You have health, and food, every home and in every heart home paper, and they will be worth the prices asked. and clothing, and your home, in our town and countryside. If we form such a committee your Consider your own interests, and your family, and now the good work will be as well as his, by keeping your friends. And you have greater free- done. money where you may see it If left until the last minute again. dom of action, and thought, and speech thnn Is vouchsafed there will be time for nothing LUNGAROIA stands high above all to any other people on the face but excuses nnd regrets. preparations in uulckly removing of the globe. unHave you noticed the d and Colds. Couch You live in a country where usual brightness of the chil- Coughs and Colds are a menace to the LUNGS." Take no chance witn we recognize no master save dren of today? a syrun of merely pleasing taste, but our God and ourselves. It is the natural development use LUNOAKDIA, recommended and We have our public officials, and expansion of the human used by Nurses and Physician, and proclaimed the best. Uncoualed for of course, but they arc our paid intellect. sore throat, difficult breathing, etc. servants, and we, the people, Your As the world grows older its 00c and $1.20 per bottle. any other preparation are their masters. If their people absorb greater knowl-edg- money back itiffor good results. Manuapproach work docs not please us wo and that knowledge is factured by Lungurdia Co., Dallas--, FOR SALE BY drop them by the wayside, as is transmitted from parent to son Texas. McROBERTS DRUG STORE. our privilege. daughter, and the son or and The Central Record SPECIAL PRICES - More Hot Shots (Danville Advocate) Can five men meet in a secluded room in Louisville nnd pick a nominee The for Governor of Kentucky? same thing was done one night tn Chicago, when n cable named Senator Warren G. Harding for the presidency. Was the cable's pick a success? Would the Louisville cable have any more success? The Louisville papers are not honest In their fight relative to the nomination of a Governor. It doesn't matter so much to them who the nominee might be so long as he will how-tthe will of a certain Individual, who has been a fungus growth upon the Democracy of Kentucky for the past two and a half decades. It may be necessary to tell a little more along this line 'ere this fight gets much further along. Our friend, Kdltor Hen H. Cosine has been selected as the the mouthpiece to the Louisville coof nominees terie of for Governor and other offices In Kentucky. Kdltor Coxlno is trying to prostitute his friendship in the Kentucky Press at thu behest of thoso who would control the Legislature and Governor of Kentucky for selfish purposes, lie, however, might not know this, but he will bo informed a little further down the line. any right Ha the Courier-Journto attempt to blue pencil the ambitions of Congressman Cantrill and Harkley? The politician record of these two estimable gentlemen might stand the searchlight even better than Kh that of the Courier-Journal- ? what? In the languages of President Wilson, five "Little men" met In a great, would-be-makeal ON I He ating STOVES We hnve on display the finest and most COMPLETE LINE of HEATING STOVES ever shown in m f Lancaster. Tobacco Stoves We have included in our heating stovu line a number of tobneco or stripping room stoves specially built and designed for tho stripping room. No other henter will givu the real service and convenience that one of these will give. I Boforo you buy your heater LOOK AT OURS. Prices nro right none nre better. FISHER LEAF LINE FOSTER LINE. "Deep-seate- s, HASELDEN BROS. LANCASTER'S BIGGEST STORE. Th Central Record, Lancaster Ky. Thursday, Nov 30, 922. 1 AFTER THANKSGIVING SPECIALS COATS. SUIIS, DRESSES s ASTOUNDING VALUES CONSIDERING QUALITY. PRICES-COAT- S $10.50 to $49.75, SUITS $14.95 to $49.75, DRESSES $9.98 to $39.75. GLOVES MILLINERY $9.00 $12 and $15 Hats at A real special in GLOVES-o- ne $3.00 and $10.00 Hats at $6.95 button, kid Gauntlet, $6.00 and $7.00 Hats at $4.95 $4.00 and $5.00 Hats at $2.95 4.95 value at .s $3.50 Don't miss this opportunity to get high grade headwear at A few small sizes, $3.50 values at rediculously low prices. $1.00 ONE LOT OF 100 PAIRS SHOES GOING - FAST-$1.9- 8. SEE OUR BEAUTIFUL LINE OF TABLE DAMASKS AND NAPKINSjj Mr. And Mr. K. S. Grime, of LexMr. and Mrs. J, If. Clark entertainGood or bad, each year must come ington, have been recent guest of ed at a 12 o'clock dinner Sunday to an end. Mr. ami Mr. Pnt Sutton on the Buck-ey- e Rev. and Mr. E. R. Dourland, Mr. Good .fellows should have good pike. and Mr. Tom Ray, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Shcrrow and Miss Lucy Shcr-ro- habits, but many of them don't. t ,Mr. John Ilrown, of Louisville, will aThis Is an age when tho office doe pcnd the Thankrrvlnir holiday with her parent. Mr ard Mr. J. G. Ilum-aidEvery member was present nt the not seek the man. It doesn't hnva nt Sprlrp Cottajje. Girl' Auxll'ary meeting last Thur-da- y an opportunity. nfternoon and each one took Mnko a fool of yourself, if you Mr. C. C. Todd and little ton, of Tucumcari, New Mexico, nro vUitlnjr part in an interesting and Instructive must; but don't proclaim yourself an program. Subject: "Speaking of Idiot by making excuse. their xrnnd mother, Mr. Sarah II. Operation." Leader: Elizabeth Rich. Kucker, on Lexington street. Don't blow your own horn. PeoThe Woman' Club held their week- ple who cannot attract attention In Mr. and Mr. J. C. Williams will ly meeting Thursday nfternoon nt the any other way arc not worth it. jhave for their ThnnkisivinR rucsU, club room on Lexington avenue, Mr. Williams' sister, Mr. W. F. and the attendance "A bachelor say that n mule is was gratifying Grrlnjtc.nl and Mr. and Mr. Arch large. Mr. E. II. Ilourland presided tho most obstinate thing on earth," Hnrlamcrt, of Louisville, Ky. Wo suspect, and tho minutes were rend by the chirps an exchange. secretary, Mrs. G. A. Abbott. After however, that tome marriageable woThe Sunbeam Hand had n very meeting Sunday nfternoon. tho business cslon, Miss Joyce Syler' men think differently. Ninteen member were prcicnt. The had charge of the program, her sub--' little president. Lilly Yelton, wni in Ject being "Verdi II Travatore." It the chair. In the aWncc of the was heard with appreciotion as it wns Several duet lender, Ml Itchccca Willlnm had delightfully glven. and olos of tho opera were played charge of the mrcting. on the vletrola. The next mcet.ng I)r J. C Achcson, President of jwill be held Friday nfternoon instead K C W., Danville, mndc n strong of Thursday afternoon. f addrrs Sunday evening at the i. The annual Silver Tea given nt He I the ccond church. the Presbyterian church Thursday speaker on the ubject of the Million evening was a very enjoyable event, Dollar Campaign for Christian Edu- and brought together more thon 100' cation in our own state. I people for the Ladles Missionary sodelightful hospitality. Tom Chestnut, of Nicholasville, one ciety' The ARE SMART LOOKING of the cleverest boy that ever left auditorium wan prettily decorated with potted fern and palms and fall the county, was In Lancaster last Fri day to wit net the foot ball game. no wer. The tabic had for it cenTom hn hundreds of friends h,rc ter piece n basket filled with red who arc always glad to tee him and flowers surrounded by crystal candle regret that hit visit arc not more sticks with red lighted tapers. De licious chicken salad .beaten biscuits, frequent. celery, pickles, sandwiches, coffee an LEAVE NO GAP HERE Marriage license were issued In chocolate were served. A splcnd.u Richmond this week to the following feature of the evening was play a en Garrard county couples: Edgar King, titled, "Not Exempt" and the followi!C, farmer of Kirksvlltc, son of Henry ing took part: Mr. Ed Gaines, Mrs King, and Carrie Reynold, 27, of G. A. Abbott, Mis Jane Doty, Mi's Kirksviile, daughter of Merry Rey- Emma Doty, Mi Sherley Denny, nolds, Will Kinnaird, 13, farmer of Mi Mary Miller Woods, Helen Scott, I'amt Lick, son of James Kinnaird, Mr. Robert Kinnaird, Mr. J. E. ElTHEIR INSTEP WILL NOT GIVC LIKE THIS and l'rovy Spivey, 21, of Pnint Lick, more, Miss Mary Doty, Mr. W. B. daughter of Matt Sp'ivey. Burton, Mrs. Wesley Dickerson, Mr Mr and Mr. Harry Rice had as Harry Hudson, Mrs. F. B. Marksbury SPECIAL It-- ' ,v 777 support their gupu for the day last Wed- I and Mrs. Luther Glbbs. nesday, Mr. James l'ryer and hi The Dull Point nephew. Marshall I'ryor and Mr. John I It Is Ijnrd work to plow with a dull Walker Thomas, brother of Mr. CUT KEEP YOUR GOOD Rice, oil of Lexington. These gen- j joint. Can't do as good a Job. either. FOOT A.1CHES GOOD pent the day hunting, having Then Is u mnii downtown that Is tlemen waiting to you n rorc sale by motored over that morning. Mr. , Is the way sell world's now point. Is That the hiixlne.sv kept I'ryor the manager of the Liggett up. You nevd the new point; lit need JAS. W. SMITH and Myer redrying plant in Lexing- tho dollur you i i. him for It. Farm ' Life. ton and cousin of Mr. Rite. e, I I'rcs-byteri- ML 1 J . ' 1 ' The One Price Store ' House of Quality I Gossip About People A BfWI Mtr.tU vv? smI Mr Will Hoover, of Nicholasvilt. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Holtzclaw have was the dinner guest of Mr. Clay beeil recent visitors of Mrs. Half- .Sulion Monday. claw's parents, Mr. and Mr. Sanlers.i , QUIT BUSINESS Coy Sanders, owner of this store has el tlx Comlflji Ws Art Mr l.uth. r Peyton and Mis .eria Whittakwr were visits In ,v He the p.ht week. Gomji ly Tfveit InttrttllJ visiting !. rela- Mr. Mai Carter tive in Illinois. Mr. Robinson was In i Messrs. James Robinson, Meade Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rice will spend Mr. and Mr. W. O. Goodloe were Teoter nnd Wm. Moss were in Lex- the Thanksgiving holiday In Lexingvisitors in Danville recently. ington Wcdncday on buiinoss. ton, with Mrs. Rice's mother, Mr. Yoba Mathews Thomas. Mr. and Mr. SaulTley Hughe were Mr. Meade Teater ha received visitor in Danville Saturday. new that her father. Judge J. P. Mr. and Mr. Bryan Wllmot and Prather i ill, in Madison county. Mr. and Mr. John Edd l.ayton were Mr. Lutlicr Ilanoy was In Rehmond last ucck attendng Federal Court. Col. Joe liasolden, of Crab Orchard visitors Sunday of Mr. and Mr. Springs, spent two day here with hit Gowrn Bourne. In Danville. Mr. W. T West, of Bowling Green, j brolhcr, Mr. ltaymBni Haolden. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Cotton and spent the week-en- d in uwcnsior. Mrs. Ephriam Brown has returned daughter, of Richmond, were weekRev. nnd Mr. II. S, Hudson were from a few day visit to her mother, end guest in the home of Mr. and Mr. Z. T. Rice, of Richmod. acMr. Arthum Currey has been W. R. Cook, of Danville, has spending suvrral day with Mr. and companied by Mr. Rice and two sons, been visiting her mother, Mrs. E. I. Mrs. Theo Currey, on Maple avenue. . T., Jr., and Robert, were guest of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rice last SunOwsley. Mr. M. O. Henning, who has been day. Mrs. Luther Olbbs and Mr. J. E. the guest of Mr. J. C Robinson, ha Elmore were visitors In Lexington u.turlKHi to her home in Lexington. Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Witt and Mr. Saturduy. and Mrs. Alexander Mllby have reMrs. Hurry Rice was in Lexington turned, from a delightful visit with Mr. J. E. Elmore and Mrs. W. J.I Saturday to uttend the monthly Mr. and Mr. J. M. llurdlnc, In Jema-minIllanton havo boon recent visitor in last Omega CM luncheon at the LnPayctt Dat.vllle. hotel. Mr. nnd Mr. Wm. Simpson will; .Mrs. J. E. Storm returned TuesMisses Julia nnd Mrrlyn Walker move mis wcok to ineir new nomCj day from two week stay at Crab Orhave returned to Richmond. They in wic country, wnicn it jusi com chard Spring. were called home an account Of tho pleted. We regret to give these good Mr. Meade Teater wa the guest of : death of their relative, Mr. Samuel people up. Danville. Mes hi brother, Mr. Lent Teater, in Crab Cotton, In Lancaster. .. O. .... I II. .mi. uou .urs. ,ti,,l it.... uison, .nr. mine senger. Orchard Sunday, and Mrs. Carl Prcwitt, Mr. and Mr. I Howard Logan nnd daughter, Missj I Stella Mae. wen Eumlnv citixt. nf i Mr. and .Mrs. Jamri lllrka. In Danville with week. Cook, of Danville, Monday. Dar Wheeler has returned M- - Tolton sit Ewbry Wheeler and Mr. WV.ecler, Mr. Will Hoover, of Nlcholasvlllc. ha. lHen visiting hi cus4n, Mr. Llge noar Danville. Font nnd Mr. Ford. Messrs. John and Jamo Tinder, of j North Mlddletown, pent the week- Mr. E. L.' Owsley Ben Robin from a pleasant visit to Mr. Nat . end with their ister, M son and Mr. Robinson. Bronaugh, in Nlcholasvlllc. rH1, a i,..- Va-- ! Dan-- ! v. ... r. accepted a position as traveling Salesman for a Louisville firm and must begin his duties Jan. 1st. Every List bit of this stock must be sold to liquidate and quit. " frtondi tho past Mr. U. I. Simpson, in Lexington. Mr. Henry Arnold, near Lancaster. Mr. gotten, costs subdued to make this close out at once. You people from Missouri Look here! If you can equal these values any where ours cost you nothing. 25 lb. sacks Inter- Profiits are for- One pcund Black Pepper . 15c One lb. Raking Powder -- 10c One pkg. Ivory Flakes 8c SOc One pound best Tea One pound ground Sage 15c 3 sacks Dukes Tobacco -- 10c One sot cups and saucers 75c One set Plates 75c 65c S1.00 Men's Caps oOc WoiA Caps 40c 25c Wool Caps 15c $7.50 $10.00 Trunks 55.00 Tire Pumps $2.43 SI. 50 Watches $1.00 $1.50 Universal Oil Mops 85c $1.00 Universal Oil Mops 75c 75c Universal Oil Mops 50c 50c $1.00 size Oil Polish nOc size Oil Polish 30c 25c size Oil Polish 15c These mops and oil are bet-- Sale begins at once and the en tire stock must be closed out regardless of cost. Opportunity knocks Heed the call. Fly spray for all kinds of stock. Kills lice and protects them from flies. One gallon worth ter than O'Cedar. .J0x:iU. Fabric Tires e. ai.vl Fabric Tires - Fabric Tiros 32x4 Fabric Tiroa 31x4 Fabric Tires U2x:H- $6.50 $9.25 ,8.75 $9.25 gallon worth Soc for 50c Spray Pumps 25c One-hal- 1.25 for f ...75c $10.25 $8.50 , 1 30x31... Tires recular Cord 1 75c brass wash boards for 50c 75c Enameled I 30x3 'a. over size Cord dish Get more eggs $10.00 32x4 Hebuilt Cord Tires $10.00 MR. BARGAIN ENTIRE HUNTER, STOCK BUY THIS Tires pans.. 50c 1 GROCERIES AND DRY GOODS SHOES, RUBBER GOODS, BOOTS. O'BRYAN OVERALLS, Mr and Mrs. Thomas Hill, of Mr. and Mrs. Sander, of Hubble and Mr and Mr. Henry Sander, of Point Leavell, were guest Monday of Mr. Sallie Sander. T T g, national Poultry Hundreds of bargains not mention- Aflake this Outing Cloth and Heavy Underwear. Look before buying. Mrs. G. IJ. Swinebroad and Mrs. .nilrflM U.... I. i .a! t . . V. n M . I f lH ville Saturday. The many f riend of j Food worth 3.50 for - . $1.25 50c pkgs. 30c 15c 25c pkgs. AT A BIG BARGAIN AND SELL IT "OUT AT RETAIL PRICES. visit and get store a C. K. Engle . .... uciiikv uwiuvuiunu utv Klal u know ho is Improving from a recent j nppcnuix operation at the Danville Hospital and hope for a speedy re covery. LANCASTER, SANDERS VARIETY STORE Front. The Red KENTUCKY. Th Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday Nov 30. 1922 Don't BeHigh Quality Fooled Low Price and Don't Go PAINT LICK. Little Miss Madge Patrick has been on the sick list. Master Illltle Patrick hat tonsilitls nt this wrlltlnjr. There will be no school Friday af tcr Thanksgiving. Miss Grace Hall is spending Out Together, Stick to CALUMET Th . Economy BAKING POWDER Never accept "Just as Good" Brands; it will only mean disappointments and failwhich are expensive. ures on bake-day- , nt home, Mr. Lean Ledford is reported ai being very much worse. Mrs. K. U Woods entertained last Thursday n few friends at dinner. Mis Ida Hurt nnd Mrs. Wm Green were in Lancaster Saturday. Miss I.yda Criscillis was the nttrac live guest last week-en- d of Miss Ida week-en- d Calumet is a High Grade Baking Powder, Moderate in Price Hurt. Mr. Stephen Todd, of New Mexico, Is visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. who was threatened with pneumonia is able to be out again. Mis'. Helen Hoyle was the guest of Mrs. John Ander for the week-en- d son at Point I.eavell. Mrs. J. S. Ilrooks, of St. Louis, Mo., is here for n visit with Mrs. W. It. 32 Coal 76 Known Patrick nnd family. Scenes at the mouth of the Rei'.ly Mine, Spnngler, Pa., as the bodies of the 03 dead were carried out. All the young folks who are attend Thirteen more bodies were said to be In the mine, while 32 injured men are in the hospital the result of ing school nre expected home for the an explosion recently. Thanksgiving holidays. Miss Jessie Mae Hammack was the week-en- d guests of Mr, and Mrs. Jno, Paint Lick, was the occasion of much Joy and feasting on last Saturday, Anderson, nt Point Leavel!. The Senior League of the Metho this being the Nth birthday of their dist church rendered n most interest attractive daughter, Mary Hain. The ing missionary program on Sunday dining room and living room were artistically decorated In ropes of mis evening. Mrs. Jim Pennington, of tletoe and crepe paper, the latter, Mr. and Clay county, were recent guests of being suspended from the chandelier A wmdnfsttf' Ma", r llody r( Mil, twiuty. their nephew, Mr. Jno. Pennington to many points of the table under m1 comfort. II you oun4 an neath. The central decoration was nnd family. old lord Car. yvu.tuu, may bar n beautiful cake with its randies in' UMW uua. Ul Miss Gladys and Master Kugene pink and white, the color scheme! Ames Howe, of Richmond were pleasant Chassis Body on Nuts and delicious fresh randies found guests one day last week of Mrs. n place among the other goodies on' wfvrrt fori rWltritkeff ynurotl Ford Car rr My 115OT IrvanrwIXcfc-tTadara- Pi BEST BT TEST . CAM When you use it you never spoil any of the expensive ingredients used such as flour, sugar, eggs and milk. The sale of Calumet is 2! times as much ns that of any other Jas. Todd. Ltllle hrtiest Jennings, Dead Injured Mine Blast Toll brand. THE WORLD'S GREATEST BAKING POWDER Farm and Home News From Over Kentucky Poultry culling demonstrations held this fall in McLean county by County Agent It. H. Ford and the extension division of the College of Agriculture have helned icon- - of farmers in that section of the state get rid of) the poor layers in their (locks. In one month a total of 37 Hocks were culled to show farmers how to distinguish between the good and poor layers. A total of 1,408 birds were handled, C21 of these being rejected as culls. Scrub livestock is continuing to lose its place on Kockcastle county! farms, County Agent R. F. Spcncoj says. Four Duroc Jersey boars, six' Hampshire rams and seven roosters' are the most recent additions to pure bred stock already on the farms. Systematic work is being done in the county to" get farmers to turn from scrub and mongrel to purebred Mock. Seventy Henderson county farmers and their wives have entered their flocks in the winter egg laying project being conducted over the state by the extension division of the College of Agriculture. They will feed and take care of their hens according to recommended practices and keep daily records on the number of eggs they get in order to show how good feed and the right kind of care help hens lay more eggs in winter. Steady progress is being made in the campaign to wipe out tuberculosis in Lewis county cattle herds. County Agent K. 0. Bate aays. 30 days' work in the campaign recently resulted in 237 farmers listing 1,209 cattle to be teyd for the disease. H'ltlajimaflp Touring nail fni M a Ford r - Hcnsley and Miss Ilourne Hcnsley, of llerra College, guests of their cousin, were week-enMiss Klizabth Hcnsley. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Green, who nre teaching at Antioch were guests of her mother, Mrs. Wm. Hurt, Sr., at this place last week-enMiss Jessie Mae Hnmmark spent The sinner who openly swear like with htr aunt, Mrs. Jno. a priate may still be about as good the week-en- d Anderson at Point Lea veil and attend- a the deacon who rips them out in ed the Bible School Institute at Fair-rie- the privacy of his own wood shed d Ibbie Davis. Mr. Fielder the table and an immense bowl of' frappe was the delight of all who! indulged. Mrs Martha Wynn and I Mrs Virginia Heasley assisted in nerv ing and in further entertaining the boys nnd girls. About forty guest had as a souvenior, a crepe paper napkin with the Thanksgiving turkey wry Una coat ym caa sroir n Atnral curia nudranjmuuntrt aatour rnrdLhaMtt. uthrrs artdrtiui and.eluaaannararaamnMwouidrartnown. U, Itua Ihaly la rntlrr'r nw and rrwVm. wits krrg rrcrful liim, t.trU panorama orw rruntnrMoarluIl-auadtiMaltu- t fa. hind-Al- l rd tol.rurt.tna. orrrOrvl nr. Srwirt.-uuSrMrm. doubt pan I pnliml pirar'a.svrnt'UrirKwtnd.htrM, .If fit latr In cowl and runnuuf buaiila. inuiwd In CaJiuac Ultra. We will mount a new Ame IVxIt en rour At Ford Chaoh at nt Mestnlrrt FT eitract- -t II you U &t W Oweuaiwro. We at rxX faraway; ihecnunirr. fir a a liar or two of! arl Ilorfy ahirrvd if Juu prefer, aal delivery guaranteed. Fu3 direction! (or mwntiiut. Any om can doit. S tier 1st! OtTrr pirlS? mt thirty day rJy w are mallnc a STEQAL, INTXO 1 " DICTOKY rtl.f Witt, at oota lor partKuUr. Special Inrfucrnirnta tu Uva Drakrv (I) lniajd.( imul linoleum-covere- THE F. A. AMES COMPANY, Incorporated TIm World'a Largest BallOr EaliiMUb leo Third Strrrl, Owrnaboro, Kentucky )pUI f IMS IMIra far forda and Mr. and Mrs. John Stewart little son, Kdgar, were guests Sun-da- y of her brother, Mr. WlUon Bran denburg nnd Mrs. UramUnburg. near Kicnmond. NICE ter. CITY RESIDENCE FOR SALE I wish to sell privately, my residence on Danville Avenue, just outside the City Limits in Lancas- Jlodernly equipped with CIT.Y WATER AND LIGHTS. HOUSE OF EIGHT ROOMS, WITH BATH, ALL IN GOOD REPAIR. TWO ACRES OF GOOD LAND, ORCHARD, GOOD BARN AND OTHER OUT BUILDINGS. Terms reasonable; possession January 1st, 1923. Those desiring to look over property may call me dver Paint Lick phone 11-R. CLARENCE C3REEIN. Now that the smoke of battle has never The narrow minded man: cleared awuy, how many times did happy unless he has some thine to be you forget to vote? unhappy over. Many a husband mukes at niiUkc Politicians, however, found it quite) Unnecessary to select a poorer brand in keeping secrets from his wife. She of booxe for election purposes. They I suspects them of beim; worse than they arc. shy at murder, a X 1 uarraro CENT. M I II oonai I- rm Loan kssr Federal Farm Loans: RATE OF INTEREST 55 PER For information see G. B. SWINEBROAD, Secy-Tre- a. SAVE MONEY WHEN YOUNG ENJOY IT IN AFTER LIFE Young men who would enter the decline of lit In comfortable circumstances should begin to save now. The approved modern method of savins is a saving account in the home bank. This bank invites young men and young women to Join iU family of savings depositors. One dollar opens a saving account, and any sum may deposited thereafter. be The Junior foot ball team went to The Hcrea to play ball Monday. score was 13 to 7 In favor of Paint Lick. Next Monday thu Berca boy will return the game. Thure will be preaching at the Christian church Thanksgiving morn-in- g by Rev. John Cunningham, of Mt. Tabor church. This will be u union service nnd everybody is invited. Mrs. L. N. Howling, wife of Ucv. Howlinjr. who was pastor of the: Christian church here for a number of years, underwent nn operation at the Herca Hospital the past week and is getting along nicely. Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Hammack and family, Mr. and Mrs. Taulbesr Cornell and" son, Tom, Mrs. Tom Italston und Miss Genevla Logsdon were visitors Sunday of Mr. and Mb John Anderson at Point Leavell. Mr. und Mrs. It. J. Walker gnve a party Friday night. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Woo.ls Wnlker, It. V. Rstridge, II. L. Francis, K. G. Woods, It. J. Walker, K. - Woods, Kdwin Walker and Mrs. H. J. Patrick. SuptX II. F. Kdwards, of IQchmond, J. R. Abner, of Ijincaster, Trustee Thos. Logsdon and several' members of the- - Hoard of P.ducatton rat at the Paint Lick Graded School Tuesday to visit the school nnd see ntwut some of the needs of the school. Remember the Poultry meeting next Wednesday, Due. tith., at the! We will hnve a school building. sperlnl program so bu sure to be there whether you nre n member or not, usj we win UKc up me siniy hi uress ami rooking. Hring your tablet anil pencil so you can take notes. Mr, and Mrs. L. II. Davis enter tained with ft 12 o'clock dinner, thu. following relatives recently: Mrs. L. V, Llddell, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Davis, nnd son, Richard, Mr. and Mrs. Jlnk( Davis and little son, Mr, nnd Mrs. Sam Davis, Sr., Mr. nnd Mrs. Robert Hoian nnd baby nnd Mm. Sterling I' ATTENTION Independent Growers of Garrard and Adjoining Counties Peoples Tobacco Warehouse of Danville, Ky., is now open to receive your tobacco crop. 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 THE NAtToNAL BANK OF LANCASTER. S. C. DENNY, Davis. Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Francis gave a, six o'clock dinner to the following, Messrs.' men Wednesday evening: Wood Walker, R. J. Walker, R. W. Estridge, R. G. Woods, S. C. Denny, Kdwin Walker, Jewell Wallace, Her- Peoples Tobacco WAREHOUSE CO. INCORPORATED C.kiw. Capital $50,000. Honor Roll Bank Surplus $50,000. bert Covington, of Danville, Doctors Ulanton, of Richmond, II. J. Patrick, nnd F. II. Cmlth. A most enjoyable evening was spent by all present. Th spacluos and handsome country homo, of Mr and Mrs A. II. Wynn of I. M. DUNN President DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. The Central Racord. Lancaster, Ky.. Thursday Nov 30, 1922 BUCKEYE mcetlntr Saturday after-noo- n at two o'clock. MIm Lor a Ilrown hai been visiting relative at Harrodsburg. Mr. OttU Hay Hojtle continues rjultc III since hit return from Corbln. Mr. Illrnm Kay vliitcd Mm. L. M. Crutchfleld, in Nlcholsville, Friday. Mil, Leno Kntt ant! Mn. U'm. I'ol- li nl visited relative In Lexington, recently. Mr. and .Mm. Dan llay and Mr. and Mn. Herbert Whlttuker were In Wednesday. Mra. Hen Motley ha returned to her home In Lexington, after a viilt tn lierKrand mother, Mrs. Owen Kast. Meisra H. V. Sander and Hiram Itay, Mimi'ji Siillle Lou Tenter ami Lucille Sander ipent Friday in Lex. Hutlnet Klch-mond, The Wisdom of Elizabeth n (C, r" I i . m ft I i,mr n a BBBl tf BflBBBBBv , ington. Mr Raymond ICay nf N'lcholasville Mr Flo A Long; and daughter, Mis Francis, of Lancaster, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Thonip Davis. Mi Julia I). I'ryor of St. Lou I,, portrait of lately I .sburne, wife of Karl Luburnc, formerly Itcginn, Mo , Mr John May of Nleholnsvllle, daughter of Don Julio d Itctt nccurt, attache In the Chilean Legation In Dr. W. I). I'ryor of Lancaster, Mr. I.cmlon, who Is considered the moit beautiful woman In Chile. I L. Sander and Mr Sid Duke of Crnb Orchard, were entertained In tho home of Mr. and Mr. Hiram Itay on Tuesday. The marriage af .Mm Minnie Frnn em Knit to Mr. Raymond Menre, took plare m LanrasUr. Monday afternoon The bride i the attractive daughtegr Mr. Moore f a of Mr 0wn Bast prosperous farmer. The community J ii n in eoHrrotu)atJrtt this young man upon winning the hand of this splendid young lady. W. M. tJ. met Thursday afternoon with Mrs J. F. Price. There were sixteen member present. Mr. It. W. .Sanders led the meeting. HeadWith the approach of freezing weather ings by Mrs H. A. ilroaddut, Miss A WINTER jou nro! friend, and I'm not going to lie fiHiti d Mr. Klnsson. though I admit he Is nice. s) far as a man can be. I tut the very fact Hint lie' five yinrs lounger than me. and hasn't n where I'm n rleh woman, makes nny element nf milium e llnoillilo. doesn't It I No, Mr. Klnsson lins n cultivated tntiid, rind we tool, on life In the siime wny. and w we're Jut frli-nniii Ing mure; und because my exierlen'e of life Is so profound I feci that we nrn on safe hinds. Heavens, what fools some woii--- i are. Now there's my sister Marty flu and (Seorge were desperately In love with each other twelve yours ago. and now they pnnp niHl snarl ut enrli other nil liny long. Seem to enjoy It ton. Marty eoutil have done iniirli let. ter fur herself, but she would mnrry a I" xir man without nny prusH-tsnnd there whs no stopping l.er. And there a, Wm.n I aha. I thirty today, and you're my only friend, dear little tllnry, Wr-'tbeen friend for many year now, and I guess jou'ro safer than any human sort of friend. It nearly makes me cry when I think nf the follies of life, the fiwdlsli people, who believe Id line, and so forth. It's tunny lung years slnre I had a I nru e Nptr jj f If Oil J rfjt Inn The speech. ping and ticipated SiANKi !)' , "wolf at the door" it not merely n figure of This wolf is very real, and ho comet mapsnarling at the doors of many who never anbeing annoyed by him. You know that kind the ones who make good money, and spend it. They either think it will be always thus, or else they do not think at all. Then comes sickness, ill luck, hard times, or something cite that unleachcs the snarling wolf. An account in our bank, carefully tended, is the best insurance against the visits of this ravenous wolf. Necessities Rig-O-Sk- id don't forget that we sell Alcohol for the Radiator, Weed Chains, i Chains, Hood and Radiator Covers. OILS TIRES AND TUBES Kthel Hay, Mm A. C. Miles, Mrs I)avi Sutton, Mrs Dave Long, Mrs Hubert Carter. Mn Hiram Hay, Mrs John Land. Mr J. T. Hill, Mrs Norn Teater and Miss Sallie Lou Teater. Prayers by Mrs Hobert Ureaddu and Mr J. T. Price Keport from the Sunbeam, by Mr Hubert Carter. Personal work, visits made 47, trays sent 27, cash flO.'JS, three bundles Kinnaird Brothers Lancaster, Kentucky. of clothes, I sack of flour and sugar tipples and meat. On Thanksgiving will prepare dinner and send to a family in need. rumored that a certain InquU- itive mortal endeavored to locate the reported decline in the price of food stulfs. The effort killed him. Is It Administrator's SALE OF REAL AND PERSONAL PROPERTY. The undcrslKiu'd m Administrator of Curtis Pierce, will on Saturday. December 2nd AT TEN O'CLOCK, A. M. cell on the premises near Teatersville, the farm owned by the deceased, and occupied by the deceased at the time of his death. . ........ . I i" r ....I... ..It. I Iiiiijiiuciui:iiu-i- , ......! Plum; num. l. oimuiiuih cuu.iiai.iiiK ui I ruuiu Tills farm IS line Saml11 The farm will be dwelling hoime, a four acre tobacco barn and all necessary oirered in tracts as follows: TRACT NO. 1 Consists of 15.20 acres, with improvements on it and also has a line I S. 21 orchard. TRACT NO. 2 Consists of 112.80 acres. TRACT NO. 3 Consists of M.70 acres. Then it will be oirorud as a whole and the bid or bids realizing the most money will bo accepted. cash January 1st., 1923, balance in one and two Terms on the real estate will be on land. years with a lien consist-lu- g Tho undersigned will at the same time and place sell a lot of personal property etc.. farming implements, plows, gears, of household goods, Pour little diary, when I look bark 12 fifty pound shoats, 1 fat hog, 1 work horse and through your foolish page I think I The following stock is to bo sold: never knew what hnpplncns men lit ono buggy. I amount guess) utit pokltltely radiant. Cun you cash in hand, $25.00 or Can you guess what wonder Terms on personal property: All sums of good note less be required. over this will ful thing has coino Into my life! I due in three months with interest from date, a colng county n urnOh, howtoI marry Mr. Klussont little of the to pity old ciald I This is a splendid opportunity (J buy one grass, best is fine farms in Garrard it sandstone land which growe and tho land to be sold la all, but about acres, in Johnny's Qulbblt. best quality of tobacco. one-ha- lf r corn-plante- And then there's those, four children of hers. One child's enough, goodness knows, hut four no. thnnk you! I never eared much fur children, though I like to see them rlenn nnd happy I was tut I guess I'm nnt siwtoni.il. nut for an old iimld. and I'm glad of It. I had Mieh n nice walk with Mr. Klnsson tiHlny. through the woods, arid he oiplHlnnl to me tilt ntiotit sytiihol-lIn (minting, though f ve forgotten It now. And we ronehed u sort of unI told him It was not In derstanding. my nature to in re for any man, nnd he mid he hud been thoroughly ills !lluloned too. and we ure never, never going to allow nny foolish attraction to spring up between us. am looking forward to a happy, lifelong frlqriilidiip. Such u sad letter from Jane. It npnrs that her lni'lmnd has gone ofT with nnother wotnnii und left her nearly nnnlIi-- . Hueh Is nmn! Ileally I iln' know wlmt wlMlom It was that prompted tne to remain single when so many men wanted to mnrry me In the past. Thnnk himven, I have renehed nn age when romanro Is no longer existent, so far as I nm con-r- e rned. thing tins A rather dreadful Mr. KlnsMin Is going away. It nppenrs that bis hulnes In this town Is not pMi-rlng- , nn he hnd hoped, and he hits turn rompelleil tn take a orly uild Mltlon In Now rntlier York, lie told me Hint he would miss our talks together, nnd I agreed. I didn't let him see how much. I feel dreadfully disturbed. Who should roine In olsy hut Aunt Sarah, You know what sorl of person she Is, dlnry, nd she snt down nnd nt once began making mlclilef She said ople In the town are gisslplng about me nnd Mr. Klnsson, tlint we hnd been sen going for wulks toiri'tlier, and she wound up by Imploring me not to marry him. She snld he wim years younger than me. nnd that he Is notorious for having bud several other affairs, nnd Hint lie Is only lifter my money, I told Aunt Snmh with as much calmness ns I could muster that I didn't rare If the whole town tulked about me; that Mr. Klasson Is nothing to me, nnd Hint I lutte nn Intention nf morning him. nor be of me. I added tmt our friendship is purely plntnnlr. Aunt Sarah sniffed she hns'a very dlsngreeithle sort of sniff that gels under your skin. 1 was giaii when she was gone. lenr little llary, I feet ready to cry when I think that tuy bentltlfnl friendship with Mr Klnsson Is nt nn emL He mild this morning and asked me tn mnrry him. When I reminded blin of our compart he snld he knew nil ii I 'out it, but I happened to lie the one woman In the world for him. I told him It was l(npolh!e. nnd he begged so hnnl that It was nlrnoM ImtMikullde not to glte way a little. Hut I can't marry him never, never. Then be snld that he was leaving mi the nftenusin tniln, and If there was the least hi'po III the world, would I meet til in ut Hie old mill nlnnit twelve, and If I wnsn't there he'd never communicate with me ngaln, but If I was I'd have to marry him. That annoyed me, nnd we had n cold parting. My heart Is nearly broken nt Hie thought of It till. I'm ulmost Inclined to gn then tn try ! bring him to reason. Anywuy. I've got tn be passing there en the wn to the vlllnge. the griKt-- has forgotten to send that nil. pice I ordered. CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK. use of the pastor In charge. Itev Morris will continue tho serMrs. Lige Hurt ti ill. vices at the Methodist church through Mrs. Lee Irvine, who has been ill, thli week. There have been 22 adha recovered. ditions during; the past three weeks. Mr. and Mrs. J. IE. Sparks, Mr. and Mr. Fred Simpson, who has been .Mrs. Wm. Masters and daughter and ill is able to be out again. j Spark'. were guests of MUses Myrtle nnd Christine DavUi Mr Clarence family were guest of Mr. nnd Mm. John! Mr. and Mr. Mose Itay and Sunday. Ijind Friday night. A Ladles Aid Society has been Mr. Prcntus Walker and daughters nt the Methodist church here. with The officers are: Mrs. Forest Stapp, of Lancaster, spent the week-enMr. and Mr. W. B. liny. I're.; Mrs. Hunter Davis, Vice Pres., The charge of which the Methodist! Miss Annie May, Sect, Mrs. Allen church here is a part has purchased' Teater. Trca., and Miss Thclmn n new Ford car which will bo for the Simpson, Organist. GUNNS CHAPEL d ' ed nMBKOvX'SiSai W. 0. RIGNEY W. B. DICKERS0N W. 0. RIGNEy & Ofllce Phone .j 1H. CO-Funeral Directors and . Embalmers Residence Phone 33. Lancaster. - Kentucky. I then getting alarmed because the leaves on their peach trees curl up and drop after It is too late to stop the disease. Lenves Infested with tho disease become swollen, distorted and curled and finally causes tho fruit to drop. This disease Is checked by spraying; the trees at this time of the year with a lime sulphur soultion made by using one part of commercial lime sulphur to eight of water. Spray Now for Peach Leaf Curl, Orchard Men Suggest This ia the time of the year to spray peach trees with lime sulphur to prevent damoge next sprinjr from pc&ch leaf curl orchard specialists nt the CoIIck of Agriculture say. Many farmer nnd jrrowers make the mistake of putting off the spraying and 1 This Bank Is Worth Money To You. Arc you carrying n "roll" of money around in your pocket? If so it is not earniii"; nnythini; for you. Possibly it U beitiK frittered away little by little. THY the better way, the profitable way. Open a savings account and keep your money in this bank. It won't fritter, but it WILL earn interost for you. r, he-for- 4 PER CENT PAID ON TIME AND SAVINGS DEPOSITS. JOE PIERCE, Admr. Robinson A. T. Scott, Auct. & OF CURTIS PIERCE. KaufTman, Attys. for Adm. "I'a. how fur can a dog run Into the wishUT" "What a foolish question! As fur a he want to, of course.' "No, he utn't. He ran only mn as far na the middle; after that Im'a running out of the wood." lloslon Trim crlpt. n ti uarrara ine i n nan i & a irustuo . f WE SELL TRAVELLERS CHEQUES PAYABLE IN ALL PARTS OF THE WORLD. i 6 8 V Pi , 1 1 I 4 ws s The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky.Thurtday, Nov 30 1922. Many a man whs seek If time Is money a let of peafle flees from it In the end do a credit business, RATES i Ganittt By AUSTIN FLEET IS, IIK, A bashful man Is fortunate in one About the only excuse we have for ealllng some people statesmen Is the way. It Is easy fer Mm to avoid rushing head long Into matrlm y. state In which they live. Stack ittttrtlvM le a werd gEl"" No ad taken for ks than 20c In this column. No ad, In thtt column chanced. aoav-3saaw- "Fee the . f hunting for Seven insertions for the price of Ave. Phene orders mset be paid promptly. Hardware . find Us. tomers. a good place to buy your Hardware. Just come to our store and you will he convinced that we deal squarely with our cusYou don't have to hunt for m zMmi' g9. -rs Go to the ENGLK HOUSE when in Lancaster. A square meal for 35cts. (U.lG.Gt) FOR SALE: milk cows. 1 Two choice fresh II. L. Cox, Paint Lick Ky See Mollie Tubbs in "Mrs. Tublw of Shantytown" at Nina School House (It.) Saturday evcnlnc at 0:30. FOR SALE: Rood condition. (11.30-3t.- ) A Jewel Ilance In Mrs. Kobt. Walker, Paint Lick. Ky No matter how small an article you need you want to know the quality is there. This is what we sell QUALITY HARDWARE and TOOLS. We will he glad to have yeu come in and look around. Yeu will find many labor-savehere. They will interest you. OUR HARDWARE WEARS WANTED: A stalk field to jrraie about 100 small cattle. Call V. A. Lear, Lancaster, Ky. (1 1.23-3- 0 FOUND: A pocket book contain small amount of money. Own er can have same by cnlllnp ut this Insr a office. (It.) WALKER BROS. WATCH THE FOR SALE: One Rood as new, Hand Vacuum Floor Cleaner; two Swlncinc, Coal Oil Lamps; three Electric LIfrht Fixtuics. For Infor (tf.) mation call at Record office. SEED: "White Twut Bud", one of oldest type burlcy. More pounds to acre, highest quality. Limit ed quality seed for nle($1.25 ounce. ueorjre W. Denny, Lancaster, R. 1 TOBACCO BIGSALEfcS Lexington FLOUR Best by Test Huve sold as much ns fifty sacks to one at the station Belli Stirt Russian Trains. In IIumIu trains arc wnt "IT tiy bells f customer Just arrived a nice line of OVERCOATS. Your choice for $5.00 i R. J. ENGLE Lancsater.Ky eeeceeei CTU'i Near Depot. Valuable Elephant Tusk. A slncle tusk of nn African mm oifpiioin imi iem known to vrelrli Vi I iMjiiniR In movcil ,fiito Is The liou by the railway." 'Doesn't thijt 'disturb StlngmQ Powsr of Bees. your slcepr "No. They say that 1 Only quo-bees und uorLers hsva can get used to It In a few nights, am! the to Mine The drones can so for the first wifk or so I am slipp not uns. Tl-stirrer U curved, ami ing In a hotel." Stockholm Kasner. Is nirrled Mieathed. It mu be driven Into the lor n dloiniicv of The Endless Chain. of sn Inch. After the point The "endless chain" or "snowball' enters there U u n()Wr 0f ihiImki. It Is a practice of considerable antiquity. lit ltIIeed (hut u l?e ennnot stlns a jb itus rope Innocent XI condemned econd time becniiho, owlhs to backtbe circulation of prayers In (his way, ward HlntJ;i luirlis. Uw ailtiiter U left Some years ago a writer In thu itonv til the wound. Th lb lice dies an i i.. umf r.mminpr cninuulcl Unit were a rextiU of HA teiura.'M) Ue "coodIllon-fulfillr.1 each letter would produce 400.000,000 in nine days. I have n Tralnlnj. cannot ilio Www table. The first boll Is souiulctl n ctmrtiT of nn hour the train fnrt. tlii srruml Are I have a few fine younj: Single tnlnutr lipfore '.nil the third means tlic train Is ttnrtlrg. Comb Rhode Island Red roosters for sale at 1.25 each. From heavy win Large European Churches. ter layers. Phone 387-St. IVtrr'a rntiifitral. Home, Italy, Mrs. John Land, R. F. D. 3, has n siMtlng m;iulty of f 1,000; the Box 165, Lancaster, Ky. cattirdrul nl Seville, Spain. 40,000; Dunme cnttictlrnl, Milan, Italy, 37.000; My FOR SALE PRIVATELY: St. Paul'. Horn. Italy, -St. So- on outside of city house and lot piila. Cntnntlniie, Turkey, 13.000; limits on Danville street. Good sev Notre Dninc. I'er'n. Kroner. 21,(100. en room building and big lot, room enough for two more houses. Good Moslems 3sal Craves. A MuIcni grave In Turkey, nnct It cistern at door and good stock bam. has been filled In. M never reopened .) Prank Turner ,m "T account. With u view to rc-Cook Stoves, Slt to $85. Heating moTlnic Hie fuhiKHt rhanrv of Its befog thus deilted (he Mi1ems plnnt a cy- Stoves, $4.00 to $20.00. Stove pipe, press tree mi ever)- irate Immediately 12cts. Roofing, $1.50; coal hods, after the burlul. 40cU.; fire shovels Sets, and other o L. rd twcniiM? Hio ixvunuts .,; jut - iwtr f.h h - .... . Imagination. Tnls power . . . r (Teals Itself la the balance or rervnrlU'itwit of opposite or dlsconlni.t iualltles: or sameness, with different . or the general, with the coucri'lf. u.e Men with I the linage; the ir.tli. itli the rc2rcxntatlvu; the vii. r novelty and freshness wltlt old mid fnmlllnr objects; a more Hunt - a.iul Mate of emotion with more ilmi. wul order; JUdKiuent ever awake ... ., in.with cnihi.s feeb . - Writs For Your To-da-y 1923 SPRING SEED CATALOGUE WOOD. STUB8S & CO. I7i law A IneorporsUil lioubivllle, liy. -- Ins; profound Or ' Coleridge. " '(li-so-at- r ' fa y tunting or bnnting of any character or trespassing on our farms. Any 'asaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaauSMBsVu saaas violators will bo prosecuted. BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBaBBBBVvkR J. S. Schooler, Edgar Price, W. A. UaBBBr Price, Joe Criscillls, T. J. Price, R. I Elkln, B. M. Lear, R. L. Barker R. F. Parson, Marinda Longsworth, " vnsaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaar saaaaa J. P. Bland, Asklns and Moberley, 4sBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBsL!l IBBBBBbV J. J. Sebastian, W.tA. Moberley, Forest Calico, Davis Sutten and Hughes Bros., M. B. Turner, R. L. BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBaVi. 'VBbBBBBBBBBBBBBBBVLBBBBBTI . N HBJBBBBBBBBBBBjSHBBBBBBjl iSBBBBBBBBBBSMBBRSBBJSJki1 Arnold, Ed Baker, J. A. Scott, W. Liars. T, Werrel, A. B. Doty, W M. Marsh, "Yes," said Ike low with a cheerbanks, II. M. Kurts, J. W. Sweeney, ful smite, "the better man won." "No," raid HM.vtetor wtfh a swtte J. a. boa, George Conn, Prather and U- - S. Hclpintf Just aa cheerful, "I was luckier than Creseh, Donaldson Jones, Doyle ha." The strife of the Swynta ralvca has list wM yet. They are still Tfcea averybodf saook hsada aad (Otasr Ram will be added vaaa eared far by relief weiltan.sad wlliUry men of thu detsthmeBts be fsHawt Creed they went beth city for the eoatUeat. tha payment of 2( ctaU) (U.) staHonnl hare, and eoatiavt. to leave .the strkkea j nvfa fV Ikikill fwni UsUM win grin-nln1 "ll .v . ' things Just as cheap. Oliver Riding Plow $50.00, Oliver Walker Plow, watched. Presently, to Mlaaio' $15.50. Wire fence 55 and G3cta. astonish It. Mount & Company. ment, she saw the Janitor return und slip something Into Larry's hand, FOR SALE: One 0 II. P. Fair- - which closed over It Immediately, The banks and Morse Engine; one Inter- Janitor departed but Larry stuck to national feed cutter, with pipe; one his guns. A tall. Immaculate man of fifty, with 14 inch Nordyke and Marmon corn a haughty bearing, came out of the mill. J. B. Hughes. building Larry, held (1 Lancaster Star Route. hi In and.' approachingfew minutes. in consultation for a At the end ef which be slliiml some Notice. thing into tarry' hand. Lurry went on grinning, and Minnie Anyone holding claims against the estate of J. S. Hurt will present same went on watching. Individual A thin, nervous-lookinproperly proven at once. Anyone owing the estate, please settle the catuu cautiously out Into the court and held an ucxluus dialogue with G. M. Green , Admr.. same. Larry. Aftee a short conversation ho James Hurt, dee'd. sllpIH-- something Into Larry's hand hi way Into the Meeting: und madegrinned and wentstreet.grindLarry on ing. There will be a stockholders A small, petite, goodlooklng woman of the Garrard Tobacco Ware on with red hair leaned out of a lower house Company at , Its office beckoned Campbell street, iriday, December window andobeyed, and Larry toward a consultation her. tarry 22nd., 1922, at 2:30 o'clock. which wus held resulted In something I.. U. Davidson, bee lyt. (Hissing lady's from the .) band to Larry's. tarry resumed Ida station In tlio middle of the court and went on grindNotice ing. To Customers and Friends: A tHimitous old gentleman with a AH Victory Bonds bearing tha 'white muktache aud u silk hu cuiue B, C, D, E ami uji to uirry anu uaueu mm on me letters, F, arc called for payment ou Decem- arm In u brotherly way. Tin old pointed to the exit. Larry ber 15th., 1J22. In order that there Thu old genmay be no delay and loss of interest, (tolnted to his organ. these Victory Bonds should be turned tleman took something from his wallet It to Larry, who pocketed over to your bank for collection aud handed touching bis hat rvspect-fully- , It Then, possible. NOW, or ns soon as This Is tarry vttthdruw himself, orgun even more important where you hold nnd ull, from the court of Riverside registered bonds. Munfclonettes. Garrard Bank & Trust Co. Mlnnlu picked hltn up outside. "How touch did they give ya to bout ltT" she r you deln' In that demanded Minnie, the vlfo of the reformed crook as her hnebaad appeared outside thel apartmetit house dressml as a dago 'and toting a band barrel-organ- . Lurry grinned. "Jest goln' to pick up a little easy dough, Minnie," he an swered. "Ya think ya'll pick up the Jack that way, fathead!" Minnie demanded wrathfulty. "When I iiersuaded ya to run straight, I didn't suppose ya'd take to them dago trick, lie a man am) K't lnek Into the game. If yacan' the kale no other way." "llai The kale what's cotnln' out of tliM hertt old organ 'II keep you an' me fer a year," said Larry. "And where yn goln to play It) Out Mde City hslir .N'nh I in the courtyard of the new Riverside ManJonetten," said Larry. Jllnnle. who knew that tkere was often something behind tier htisbund's freaks, said very little more. Secretly, however, she suspected a great deal. She was Inordinately Jealous of her huhand, and, soon after, he had departed, Mie made her way to the River side Manslonettes to spy. Riverside Mansloaette Is very Indeed. It caters only to the wealthy. It Is a comparatively new apartment house, hullt on three sides around an open court of concrete, with a grassy space In the middle filled with (towering shrubs and trees. Minnie, wearing some clothes that short sighted t.arry was not likely In recg nUe. hurried ta.!t!rerslde Jliinston-ette- s Just In time to see her husband enter, put down .his organ on It pet leg In the middle of the court, and start to play. At the first creuklag, rumkllag sound Janitor came running up from basement. "I ley I Git out of hero!" he shoute.1. sdvanefng vtlth threatening gestures. Larry continued to crank the handle. smiling amiably Into the Janitor's fsce. Uhen the Irate Janitor was within a few Inches of him he beat forward and whispered In the Janitor's ear. Minnie had always known her tarry was a persuasive fellow, but she was ma red at the cbango of expmslon on the Janitor's fare. He stopped short, shook Ids head In perplexity. and was about to withdraw when a window opened. "Tell that Italian to gu away at oncoi" cried an Irate peroxide. The Janitor looked uncertain. "Why, Mrs. Edgerton " he began. Another window opesod. "Janitor, stop that awful noise Immediately J" cried a fairy blonde. The Janitor turnet! tatl and darted for the laterlor of the building, tarry continued grlndlsz. while Minnie get-up- .Xht lawd's sake, Itrry, Wl.n t'sVua.) Marriageable young women should It was a tremendous slaughter of learn to say "no" before saying; the ambitious, but fortunately eur A manly sport enjoya the political corpses are beglning to re-what l vive. jllllllllliaaisWsWaaasM llsWSIMIIIIIUilsiuillllstllllSaasVssslssM nie INCORPORATED Quality Fiwlt At EcoHoay ricst Big Canned Foods Drivt Attractive Prices on Quantity Purchases Lay In Ymr Wiatir Supplies Now! f i u Baxter's Finest" Fancy Maine Coualry "Sweet Kernel" torn O Can 11 AQr am Med. . 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