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The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Nov 23 1922.
Hardware wmffl- I
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You don't have to hunt for a good place to buy
your Hardware. Jut come to our store and you
will be convinced that we deal squarely with our cus
tomers. 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 be glad to have you come in and look
around. You will find many labor-savers here.
They will interest you.
OUR HARDWARE WEARS
All the world loves a lover until
he begins to get silly.
One little lie often requires many
big ones to cover it up.
A really witty person seldom en
joys a good laugh himself.
The wie man seeks further know
ledge. The fool ii content to Impart
Opportunity keeps moving alone;,
but a hustler can always overtake it.
Never be too hasty in treating an
other person with silent contempt.
He might buy up the mortgage on
No, it isn't the prohibition law
that the wets object to most. They
arc peeved at the foolish people who
try to enforce It.
With the approach of freezing weather
don't forget that we sell
Alcohol for the Radiator, Weed Chains.
Rig-O-Skid Ghains, Hood and
OILS TIRES AND TUBES
Mr. Orea Whlttnker upent Sunday
with Mr. Abntlt Ray,
Mr. Green Foley, of Ilnckley, vll-
ted Mr. and Mr. Clcvc Clark recenU
Mrs. Raymond Tumor and baby
'were guest Monday of Mrs. Jlenry
Mr and Mrs. Henry Tuttle were
Sunday guest of Mr and Mrs. A. M.
Mr. Alfonl Poynter was the visi
tor Friday nfternoon of Mrs. Roy
Mr. and Mr. V. T. Walker spent
an enjoyable day Thursday with Mr
land Mrs. Roy I'rather.
Mr. Wm. Harnes nnd daughter,
Mis Mollie spent Thursday with Mr
and Mrs. Henry Tattle.
Miss Lnvcrne U'hittaker was the
week-end visitor of Mr. and Mr.
Walker llurdette, of Scott' Fork.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Grigg. and
three children spent Sunday with Mr
and Mr. Wm. Smith of Plenant Hill.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Whittaker were
over Sunday, the gucts of Mr. and
Mrs. Cleo Ray, of the Poor Ridge
Mr. and Mrs. Kdd linker and little
daughter, Zada Hyrl, returned home
Sunday from a visit to Somerset rela-
Mr. nnd Mr. Jame Ynntl and
son, Herchel, were guest the past
week-end of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Ad
ami, in Danville.
Mr. J. II. Jennings sold to Mr. W.
T Sutton his house and 15 acres of
land, and bought the Nave farm of
11 acres in Lincoln.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Hrowu, Mr. and
Mr. Frank llrown and two son, were
recent visitor of Mr. nnd Mrs. Dave
Hervey, of Taint Lick.
Messrs. Mil ford Led ford and R. II.
Ward, of Faint Lick, were dinner
guests of Mr. nnd Mr. Milton Ward
one day the past week.
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Ward enter
tained with an elegant dinner Thurs
day, their guest being Mr. James
Clark and children, Carl and Louise,
Miss Maud Clark, Mrs. Wm. Clark,
Mr. and Mr. James Yantis.
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Turner gave an
enjoyable dinner Sunday to the fol
lowing: Mr. and Mrs. John Kidd, Mr.
and 11m. Dell Kidd, Mr. Wm. Harn
es nnd mm, Critt, and Miss Linda
Those from thi vicinity who at
tended the reception at the home of
Mr. and Mr. Marshall Sutton, given
in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cam
den, of Rowland, were: Mr. and Mr.
Wm. Lane, Master Karl Lane, Mr.
and Mr. Wm. Kinder and children,
Mrs. Matilda Collins, Misses Maud
and lleulah Yatcr, Flonnie Mae and
Two birthday anniversaries were
celebrated Wednesday, Nov. 15th.,
at the residence of Mr. and Mr. Jno
Kidd. The charming honorees beln
Misses Lucy Turner and Anna Mao
Kidd. About thirty of their friend
were present. Delicious refresh
ment of ice cream nnd cake were
served. Everybody had a delightful
time and left wishing many more
such happy occasions for Mlsse Turn
er and Kidd.
We positively will not permit fox
hunting or hnntlng of any character
or trespassing on our farm. Any
violator will be prosecuted.
J. S. Schooler, Edgar Trice, W, A.
Trice. Joe CrlscllIU, T. J. Price, 1L
1- Klkln, R. M. Lear, R. U Rarker
R. Y, Tarson, Marlnda l-ongiworth.
J. T llland, Aikln and Moberley,
J. J. Sebastian, W. A. Moberley,
Forest Calico. Davl Sutton and
i Hughes llros., M. R. Turner, R. L.
Arnold. Kd llaker, J A. Scott, W.
T. Worrel, A. II. Doty, W M. Marsh
lianks, II M Kurtx, J. W. Sweeney.
(Other names will be, added upon
the payment of 25 cents) (tf.)
You can get plenty ef Joy out of
life if you are willing to accept what
you get a joyful.
City Githrd In Lighthouse,
Tlie IlKlitliotui- once off Atlantic
City, well out li m-m. Is now ,V yards
IiiIuikI from the liourd walk ami sun
rouniliil I v imviil itnin and apart
n lit lintlM'o
Lieut. McClory of the U. S. Navy
bear the distinction of having been
decorated twice with the congresiion
nl medal of honor. He wa in China
with the first expedition during the
"Hoxer" rebellion, ami a hero of the
Kd Terkins sold hi farm to OUle
Mr. Jno. Woods and family, of Lex
ington, were visitors of Mr. Kd Ter
kins nnd family Sunday.
Mr. and Mr. Luther llurdette left
Inst week for Indiana, to spend sever
al weeks with relative.
Ml Alice Sutton has returned
fiom a visit to her aunt, Mr. Trice
Iloume, of West Lancaster.
Mis Kugenla Tollard ha returned
after a week tny with her sister,
Mrs. Trice llourne, of West Lancas
ter. Mr. Josh Sutton is at home again,
after several week' absence. Mr.
Sutton ha been working near Cor
bin. Meiwrs. Virgel Chestnut of Fayette
county and .Mr. KImer Woods, of
Lexington, were guest of Mr. Robt.
.Mr. Ann Swope, of Iloylo county,
who ha, been visiting Miss hnnny
Sutton and Mrs. Sam Hourne came
Thursday to visit relatives here.
Mis Delma Hogie, of Jessamine
county, accompanied her father home
Single insertion 1c a word
No ad taken for less than 20c
In this column. No ads In this
Seven insertion for the
price of five.
Thone order must be paid
. SOCK JSSOTXW lOflKBCX
FOR SALK; -About 10 good gate
or corner fence post. I. T. Thompson.
Oa to the KNGLK HOUSK when in
ljincnster. A square meal for 35ct.
Lost: On Richmond street n pair
of shell frame .double vision glasses,
Reward if returned to A. K. Yelton
FOR SALK A few thorough Hredl
Cockerel's llarred Rock. Thone No , OHIce or The- Garrard Bask.
-14. Mrs. J. T. Hicks, Lancaster, Ky , Phone. Office S. Retldeaca 37.
- - - I LANCASTER, KENTUCKY,
WANTKD A stalk field to grate
about 100 small cattle. Call
V. A. Lear, Lancaster, Ky
FOR SALK: About 100 young
hen, Thouroughbred White Leg- j
horns. High egg strain. Thone
157-11. Mr. J. II. Hamilton (It)
The Annual Silver Tea of Ladies
Missionary Society will be given at
the Tresbyterian Church on the eve
ning of November 21th. Everybody
FOR SALK: One good as new,
Hand Vncuum Floor Cleaner; two
Swinging, Coal Oil Lamps; three
Klectrtc Light Flxtuie. For Infor
mation call at Record tlTice. (tf.)
FOR SALK: My home on Dan
ville avenue. Six rooms and all con
veniences, large garden, lots of fruit
Address R. C. Schooler,
( 1 0-5-7 1.) Lancaster. Ky.
I have a few fine young Single
Comb Rhode Island Red roosters for
sale at $ 1.-5 each. From heavy win
ter layer. Thone 387-U
Mr. John Land, R. F. D. 3,
ilox 165, (.ancaster, Ky.
FOR SALK PRIVATELY: My
house and lot just on outside of city
limits on Danville street. Good sev
en room building and big lot, room
enough for two more houses, flood
cistern at door and good stock barn
(23-2t,-pd.) Frank Turner
Cook Stoves, 11.1 to H5. Heating
Stoves, Jt.00 to $20.00. Stove pipe,
l-'ct. Roofing, $1.60; coal hods.!
Olllre Over National Rink.
Residence Thone 3. Oilier Phone 27
Or. Printus Walker
Amereil Promptly Dee
Green Clay Walker
Law And Real Estate
Money to loan on farm.
List your farm for sale priv
ately or at auction.
Office over J. W. Smith's Store.
lOcts. ; fire shovels Sets, and other
things Just as cheap. Oliver Riding
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asi nranesuiy nern.,n iu ur I""-, ,,(m. 0w w,k.r ,,,0Wt
ent at nis weaning ceremony. tl. ,n .... . ,, .
Master John Prultt sold a hunch of
shoat at 7 Hct., al.eo Mr. Mary Dotyi
and Messrs. Hud Pollard and Robt.j
J. It. Mount & Company.
FOR SALE: One C H. P. Fair-
Fox sold a lot of shoat at 7H cU. banks and Morse Engine; one Intcr-
ll parties sold to V. A. Lear.
Rev. II. A. Dawes, of llryantsville,
said the beautiful ceremony which
united Mr. Murk Hogie, of Jessamine
and Mr. Nora Pruitt, of this place
in the holy bond of wed-lock last
Wednesday afternoon nt the bride'
home. Immediately ufter the cere-
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mony me .nappy cuujue Mw wintf. ,mi,
nome oi ine groom, wn.ru u.e ... ,,,..,. ,vork
spend a lew nays oeiore returning.
The contracting party Is well known
here and ihclr friends wUh them
Give Your Car More Power
Worn or leaky piston rings waste motor power and fuel.
Gas that leaks past them is absolutely thrown away. It
pays to replace them with McQuay-Norris Piston Rings
pays in more power, lower fuel bills, and less carbon
trouble. Regardless of where you plan to have your car
Wc Carry a Complete Service Stock
repaired, you can secure a quicker job by ordering McQuayj
Norm Piston Kings, because wc can supply the proper sizes
and over-sizes. Made for every purpose and price, McQuay-,
Norris Rings will pay for themselves, in more motor power
and lower fuel bills.
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WOODS & WHITE, RICHMOND, KY.
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Snap nine of th? hlabnt fra-U.
Hutfi . Vm, the avriate bv MiOuiy
Niarti i.unufctuiina iuriS.li. TMr
utr inwtrt tJt tbt nli,fwl-i imaubUi for
row tv from a plain tnap nm, Tlx if
at packtt! twrlva linaa la tU cm I on antl
rfaltetl Ui wa irt paprr
national feed cutter, with pipe; one
14 inch Nordyke nnd Marmon com
mill. J. H. Hughes,
ll-Ki-lt-pd) Lanravter Star Route.
Attention Auto Owners
Let u make you new top and
side curtains or repair your old ones
Call us for es-
(10-"Jf,-4t) llaselden Uro. (.nragq.
Having been paid so promptly nnd
so satisfactory on life policy carried
by my husband, I hereby take this
method of expressing my appreciation
to MR. (JAINKS, the Insurance man,
and heartily recommend him for any
class of insurance.
(It) Mr. V. P. Pitxpatrick.
Notice is hereby given that a peti
tion ha been lodged in the (Jarrnrd
County Court for the establishment
of a county road from White Lick
pike to the Copper Creek pike thru
the farms of J. II. Creech, John Clark,
Mary Rhodus and Jas. Morgan.
Thi petition will be considered by
the County Court on the regular
Court day, November 27, 1022.
Garrard County Road Kngineur.
To Customer and Prlends:
All Victory Ilond beuring the ills
tlngulihing letter, A, II, C, I), K nnd
P, are called for payment on Decem
ber 15th., 1U22. In order that there
may be no delay and lot of Interest,
these Victory llonds should be turned
over to your bank for collection
NOW, or as soon as possible. Thi Is
even more important where you hold
Garrard Rank & Trust Co.
DR. J. J. BYRNE
to diagnosing and
of Eyesight by
the fitting of
Opposite Gilcher Hotel.
OIU Hours A to 12 and 1 to 8 p as.
SALE OF LAND
GARRARD CIRCUIT COURT
State Hank of Kau Gallic, Plaintiff,
G. C. Rose, Defendant.
Pursuant to a judgment rendered
at the August Term, 1922, the under
signed Commissioner will sell at pub
lic auction to the highest and best
bidder, before the Court House Door
In Ijncater, Ky., at 1 1 u'dock A M.,
or thereabout, on
MONDAY, NOVK.MI1KR 27th., 1022,
the real estate mentioned In the
pleadings and described as follow:
The one-tixth undivided interest of
G. (', Rose in the following describ
ed land, subject to the life estate of
Jane M. Rose, widow of (i. It. Rose:
Said estate Is located in Garrard
County. Kentucky, 7 4 miles North
went of Lancaster, Kentucky, being
a part of the Camp Dick Robinson
farm and bounded by the Lexington
and Lancaster Turnpike and by the
Lexington & Danville Turnpike, and
the lands of Yates Hudson, It. I. Ilur
ton and Dr. II. C. Rose, and contain
ing about 100 acres more or les.
Said land I now in the possession of
Mrs. Jane M. Rose, the widow of G.
H. Rose, being n part of the samo
land deeded to G. II. Rou by A. II.
Montgomery, recorded in Deed Rook
No. 23, page 120, Garrard County
Clerk' Oirice, to which deed refer
ence It made for a more specific de
scription of said land; the snld G. V
Rose got title to said interest in said
land by the will of G. II. Rose, re
corded In Will Rook '.., page 401,
Garrard County Clerk' Oltice.
The purpose of snld ale Is to satis
fy the debt of the State Hank of Kau
Gallie, Plorida, for .5,000.00 with in
terest at the rate of six per cent per
annum from Oct. 15th., 1010, until
paid, subject to n credit of $1175.00
paid on the Interest on April 23, 1021
and It cost herein expended esti
mated to be (175.00.
The sale will be made on a credit
of nix and twelve months and the
purchaser will bo required to execute
bond with opprovod security for the
purchase price, payable to W. II.
llrown, Matter Commissioner, due in
six und twelve, months respectively
with interett at six per cent per an
num from duto until paid, having the
forco nnd effect of a judgment upon
which execution may issue, nnd a lierr
will bo retained on the land until the
purchase money Is paid.
W. II. DROWN, Master Com
mittioner, G. C. C.
Robinson & Kauffman. Attorneys
CapL Am Uourne, Auct.