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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): February 24, 1921 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1921 cen1921022401_sn86069201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): February 24, 1921 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1921 $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 FUST TIAR LANCASTER. KY.. THURSDAY AFTERNOON. FEBRUARY 24, 92 I I . hummr . Thl hand point to the Inttel on thl paper. If It read earlier than Feb. 1021 you arc In arrears and should renew your subscription. If the label U later thnn Feb. 1021, It U n receipt for your VIcmo be n, ERFECT VETERINARY FATHER AND SON WILL PLAN ' HARMONY HOSPITAL NEXT CAMPAIGN Meet And Endorse To Banquet Together County Ticket. Next Tuesday Night. Democratic State Com With Feed And Hitch Existed At Conference Of Democrats Of Stable In Connection mittee Is Called To At a meeting of the Republican One hundreil plate hnvc already Cnuntv Committee, together with been spoken for to the Father and County Last Walker has Jut re many prominent and Influential Meet In Louisville Dr. I'rintu Son banquet which will be held next Irtjbllcans from vorious sections 01 Tuesday cently equipped n modern veterinary night In the hall of the Saturday. Thursday Night. hospital, with n feed nnd hitch the county that were present last Masonic building. The entire comREPUBLICANS rede- prompt. Thank You Fellow Democrats. The rrprcsentntlvcs of what up- he n united democratic party of Garrard county have called upon candidate for the u to liecome democratic nomination to represent Senatorial district in the Upper Houe in the next Legislature at Frankfurt. Thl l a compliment deeply appreciated. -- The olfice of Utc senator would give an opportunity for real crvlce both to our party and the itatc at Although it may appear thia time. reasonably certain that IhU U Gar rard county' time to present the candidate, from the general under standing that hai exlttcd between the democrat of the counties cornicing thia senatorial dlitrict to the elfecl that each county alternate In being accorded the honor to furnish the aenatorial nominee for the party, lnce the dmocraU of lloyle, Lincoln and Cns.y are so vitally inter eited In having o candidate satttfac-tor- y to them at thl particular time, we think opportunity thould be afforded thtm to contidcr well what county the democrat of Garrard have offered before we take the compliment too serioutly in connection. Whatever may develop In the fu at your ture from thl rxpre-Miuacknowconference we gratefully ledge thl compliment to u by the folk at home. Very truly, J. K. Robinson. prnn to the-lH- th. Saturday, the following candidate were endorsed for nomination to be made at the August primary: Countv Judce. G. M. Treadway; sheriff, James Hoblnson, wth H. V. Ilattin nnd John Hick, as deputies; county clerk, Cronlr' llroadus; coun. ty attorney, John Underwood; Jailer, Kd II. Chandler; representative, Silas Haird; State senator from this district, J. Mack .Morgan. There was no endorsement made for tax commlttloncr, which will be tnken up later by the committee. itcports from the leader of the narty Indicate that the meeting was "very harmonious" and that the best of feeling existed, although we are quite sure that a few were disappointed thaf they didn't get the endorse-meof the county committee. All of the "nominees" or rather thou- that have received the endorsement of thote present lott Saturday are well known ami influential citizen of the community nnd are foremost leader in that political party. nt MEMBERS OF THE CABINET As Chosen By movemunity I Interested in thi ment and It is now predicted that sev eral hundred plates will be sold for this delightful occasion. A program of unusual .intercut has been arrangboth penkera prominent ed nnd locally und from a distance will be on hand to entertain you. Among the latter speakers will be Dr. II. B. Taylor, llerea College. The father of the community arc supposed to have their sons as their guest nt thl function. In clue n mnn hn nn son he I expected to nsk ns his guest some boy or young man in the city or county who is without a father. The committee arc well organized nnd arc hard at work. Call on (!. II. Swinebroad or W. O. Goodloe for tickets, which insures you a plate to the best banquet table you ever stuck your foot under. The menu reads like this: "Old ham, chicken ,dretsing and gravy, celery, cranberries nnd chicken salad, creamed peas, ercallopped potatoes with pimentoes and cheese. Hot mutfint, hot biicult nnd light bread. cnWO." Ice cream nnd home made Can you beat it? meeting of the Democratic Stntc Committee Central nnd Kxccutivc has been called for Thursday night at Louisville by Judge Charles A. Hardin, Hnrrodsburg, who is chair man. The committee will lay plans for the 1021 campaign nnd will dis cut the personnel of the cnmpnlgn committee. Judge Hardin stresses the importance of eliminating from the committee those who have selfish ends to serve. Judge Hardin expresses the belief that the party has been united since the campaign of 1010, when fac tlonal strife tore it asunder, and prnited the cnmpulgn committee of 1020 for returning the State to the Democratic column. He urges the selection of the men anil women of the highest type obtainable to serve on campaign committees, and lay stress on the necessity of givingMhc women cnunl representation in the party's councils. A 50-Ce- nt connection, nil of which will bo welcome news to the coun try people of this and adjoining counties, In a much a It has been extremely difficult in recent year to find hitching and feeding accomo- latlon any place in Ijincnstcr. Dr. Walker is to be commended for his enterprise and we predict that he will have n liberal patronage In both departments in the future. His place of business Is located on Bu ford street, jutt opposite Conn Bros shop, where he or efficient niitonts enn be found at any hour of the day or night. His price for hitching have been reduced to fifteen cent, which is as little as one could nsk for, while the feed nnd hny prices arc equally commensurate with the pre' ent prices of such feed. partment In SEVF.RAL ENDORSED FOR LOCAL OFFICES. The democrat of Garrard (Jounty have had two meetings recently, the first one on February 9th, and another on Snturdny nftcrnoon Iat. A regular meeting of the Democratic County Executive Committee wa called by the chninimn, in which nil lemocrnt were naked to be present Democratic Meeting March Whisky Tax Law Upheld. Mr. HARRY D. FOLGER Harding. The new Cabinet, u selected by 1'reiident-elcc- t Harding, will be: Secretary of State Churle Kvans Hughes, New York. Secretary of the Treasury Andrew Mellon, of I'cnsylvania. Secretary of War John W. Week, uf Massachusetts. M. General Harry Attorney Daugherty, of Ohio. H. Will l'(Mtmatjr General Hays, of Indianla. Secretary' of the Navy Edwin Denby, of Michigan. Secretarypf the Jnjerlor A. II. Fall, of New Mexico. Secretary of Agriculture Henry Wallace, of town. Secretary of Commerce Herbert Hoover, of California. Secretary of Ijtbor James . J. Davis, of Pensylvania. Dies At Home Of His Court Of Appeal Djtiolvet Injunc lion Granted Hy Circuit Bench Against Auditor. Judge Hardin Endbrsed At the meeting of democrat with the committee in Ijincattcr last .Saturday, Judge Charlr Hardin was unanimoutly endorsed at a candidate to ucceed hlmtelf for the next term a Circuit Judge. In dltcutslng nominee for circuit Judge of this dUtrict It wa freely expressed a the with of the Garrard county democrat that there be no contest for thl nomination and that Judge Hardin should be renominated. While we have not heard of any probable contest for this nomination and do not think there if any ont considering making a fight, this expression of a united party unanimously approving the proposed candidacy of a dlitrict olTlce will probably settle this nomination. Judge Hurdin it held in the highest esteem both personally and officially by his constituency of Garrard county who want him to serve them for another term on the bench, American Legion New The American Legion of Hedial Sanford Tost No. 35 will meet at the Odd Fellow Hall TUKSDAY NIGHT MAIICH 1st., 1921 at 7:30 I'. M. Thl will bo the second meeting of the year and we wish to organize the Woman Auxiliary of the Ameriwe are very desirous that can men of the nil th county, together with their mother, wife or sister attend thl meeting. in this we enn see came out of this war not us good as when they went in a they were less fortunate than most of Us besides those that made the supreme sacrilke, some lost u limb, other lost an arm while Now the other lost their vision. question is Cannot you give twelve or llfteen hours per YEAR to the Uvmembcr Mr. you have played n grout man part great war just ended and that ome of our brother curing for our let THE AMERl-CALKGION. If you have not Joined or renewed your membership to this l'OST for 1021 may we not utk that you send your check at once to the Financu Officer, Mr. Hen J. Wood nt Mcltobert Drug Store ily all means und be n Ivgionalre. attend the meeting TUKSDAY, Mar. 1st., 1021 ot 7:30 1. M. I great work that fortunute brother A Bachelor Reverie The home talent play at the Opera to be ono of the society event of the season. It Is comprised entirely of homo talent, many girl taking part in the enter-talnmand few good looking men. The proceeds of the show 0 to the Lancaster Graded and High school. House tonight promise nt 4-- The remain were brought to Ijincns-te- r cemetery last Sunday afternoon and placed in the vault, temporarily The Bible ay that "A house on account of the extreme bad Hump-shire- s Choice weather. Interment will take .place divided against itself cannot stand This statement holds true in regard To Sell Satur- in the next few day. to poultry with no exception. The mongml or mixed flock Is the houic March 12th. divided within itself, and cannot long Rutlnc, as a rule, like friend- endure with profit to the owner, Nothing on the farm pays better Garrard County is standardizing than a hog, if you can keep him alive ship, is bated upon reciprocity. We do not choose for our friends S. C. It .1. Iteds, which otters nn opand that i not very hard to do, If personf'who do not like ut, and we portunity to the you Invest your money in the celefarmer of thi brated Hampshire breed, says Hatcl- - should not favor with our business county which they cannot afford to den and Aldridgc who arc Advertising those who do not help ut, either in a mis. I'ctaluma, California is noted of general or specific manner. the sale at auction of forty-seve- n for the quality of poultry and eggs The obligation of n community to produced. Buyers from all over the choice herd on Saturday, March their 12th., the sale beginning promptly at u newspaper is frequently forgotten, country are competing to obtain ten o'clock. Those who are acquaint- becauie it is takn for granted that n their products because of the qualed with this popular breed do not newspaper will do its part for the ity produced. Garrard County is a hesitate to tell you that they are community, whether it meets with great deal better located than is Calihearty, very prolific nnd rapid grow- reciprocity or not. fornia nnd we enn nttrct buyers to There is hardly n public enter- thi section when we become united ers. Their ndvcrtlM'ment In this Issue tells some interesting fact taken prise that doe not depnd, to n more nnd produce n uniform product of from Breeder's Gazette nnd every or less degree, upon the newspaper. the kind the people want. Garrard render of this paper should see nnd It gives thote enterprises iu support, county affords just such nn opporinvariably without promise or re- tunity. This breed can withstand read It ward, and frequently without hope the hardships encountered In this of reward. To all church, charitable county. They are good mothers, On Off nn beneficient undertakings it opens good layer and produce fine meat. Mr. It. D. McMurtry who was ap- it columns, nnd bestows upon them What Standardisation Man To You pointed by the fiscnl court n space, which is it stock in trade. 1. It means u county united nnd ago, county road supervisor It boost the county; boost the working for one purpose. for Garrard county ha reiigned the town, and boost its public nnd priproduct 2. It means n uniform position and has returned to his vate understanding. which Is in great demand. home in Iluenn Vlstn. This came ns Never overlooking nn opportunity 3. It means better products which quite n surpriie to the friends of Mr. to place it friend in a favorite light will bring better prices. McMurtry, who had passed u satis- before the public, the country news I. It means the banker will be Infactory examination before the state paper, especially, does not print the be willing to help you. supervisor ut Frankfort nnd had evil and the unpleasant units It is terested and 5. It means that your neighbor moved with his family into the John n ma'ttcr of compulsion in fulfilling will be Interested in what you are Adnms property on Lexington street. its duty to the render. accomplishing. given out ns his renson for reIt is It is the friend of the church, the If you wish to get into the swim signing, that ii satisfactory terlant tcljool, the lodge, the patriotic und could not be secured to take charge the charitable- organization. It know and stand with the majority, write a pf Mr. McMurtry's large farm near no church creed In thote whom it ex- card to your Home Demonstration Agent, Mis Joyce Sylvr, telling how Iluenn Vlstn. The fiscal court will ploits. many egg or chicks you will want meet ricxt Saturday nnd mnkc anA newspaper is a sort of "big next spring, so she will be able to other appointment. brother" lo them all, nnd it takes an get your order in and be sure of interest in the success of each. having them filled. Don't delay us News. delays now mean loss of money Friends in this city of Mr. E. II. later. Unusual. llourland regret that she had to pass New Columbia Racordt at McRobartt. under un operation at the Danville Those who heard the keen peel of Hospital a few dnys ugo, und will bo thunder latt Saturday afternoon, Lend While Sw..t Clov.r, R.d glad to know she is doing nicely. while it was snowing and while the Clovar, Altika, Timothy taad. Hud. Ilev. llourland moved from this city Uiermometor was registering around ton and Farnau. to Lancaster a few years ago where the freezing point, were amazed and Am compelled to meet City he accepted call to the pastorate alarmed at such an unusual phenomthoa owing bills and must of the Christian church , there. enon. N me to settle at oace. This Harrodaburg Herald. 4S per cat Protein Cotloa 3..d means you if you owe me. New Columbia Record at McRobcrtt. Meal. Hutltea ami First. Rella Arnold Fraacif. Frankfort, Ky., The Vnncc whisky tax law was held constitution al by the Court of Appeal in the The deuth last Friday of Harry case of K. H. Taylor, Jr., Son nnd Dewey Folger, age 3 years, oldest Company. Frankfort distillers nm! son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Folger, warehousemen, in nction their at the home of his parent near Mar against State Auditor J. J. Craig nm cellus, of tuberculosis, brought snd other to restrain collection of the neM to that entire community and tax. deep grief to his stricken family. Circuit Judge Hobcrt L. Stout For several year he had been com granted an injunction to the com batting against thi fatul disease, puny ngninst the Auditor nnd having moved to New Mexico, where Judge Sampson recently dis ho lived for quite a while, thinking solved the Injunction. that the change of climate would reThis was the first suit tiled to test store him to his uiunl good health. the law. The company holds about A few years ago he was married $200,000 for owners of whisky with to Mits McMilllan, who together with drawn. two small children survive him. She A similar suit filed in U. S. Dis hat the deepest sympathy of friends trict court wua decided against the and relative in the loss of n devoted a e and is now pending in the U, husband nnd kind indulgent father. S. Supreme court. Father. BIG HOG SALE Standardization. Herd Of day, The Newspaper A'gin; A'gin. s - Under Operation. ak and advise with the democratic au thorities as to the best step to he taken to harmonize the party, and with the view of talking over the proper step nnd way to have it strong ticket In the field in November. At each of these meeting more than one hundred democrat met with the committee. At the first meeting It was the universal opinion of all democrats present that thing for the party it 5th. at was the best this time, considering the repubA meeting of the Democratic lican mnjority in the County, not to County Executive Committee of Gnr- - huvc a primary'. The meeting for rard County ,is called to meet nt the Saturday, the 10th., was given wide Circuit Court room nt 1:30 o'clock publicity and although the wenther 1". M.. Saturday. March 5th. Each was unfavorable a large crowd wa member of the Committee I re. present. It had been announced nt quested to be present. AIL demo the former meeting that the wishes crat of Garrard county, both men of those present as to who should be and women, who are Interested In the nominated for the various offices success of the democratic party, arc would be called for. The nominee requested to meet with the Democra for Circuit Judge wa discussed nnd tic Committee for the purpose of upon motion Judge Charles A. Harsuch din wns endorsed unanimously for discussing and contidering questions as my nrise tending to pro- renomlnation for Circuit Judge and mote the succcs and. harmony of Hon. E. V. I'uycar wa endorsed for the nomination for Commonwealth's the party. Attorney. J. E. Itobinson, Chairman, It was moved and seconded in the It. L. Elkin, Secretary of the Democratic County Kxccutivc Com meeting that since Lincoln County mittec of Garrard County, Kentucky had been represented in the State Senate composing the Eighteenth Senatorial District, including the Club Notes. counties Lincoln, Casey, Doyle of The Woman's Club met Thursday and Garrard, by the Hon. It. I. Hubafternoon at the room on Lexington ble and Casey County by the Hon. avenue. The house wns enllH lu Charles Montgomery, and Boyle order by Mr. W. M. Elliott nnd nftcr County by the Hon. Jay Harlan, that the business meeting Mr. 11. C. Sut it wa now Garrard County's time to ton had charge of the program, furnish the nominee for the Senate Her subject was "The New Testament from this district. It being contendShe wn as ed that the rule has long been recogin Art nnd Literature." listed by Mrs. J. B. Kinnnird, Mrs nised in this senatorial district that George Itobinson, Mrs. J. E. Storme the counties alternate in succession and Mrs. E. C. Gaines. About in furnishing the democratic nominee twenty-thre- e members were prcs for the Senate, and u the other ent. three counties have had representa Quattlont. tion since Garrard County has fur1. Make a list of the rights of the nished the nominee. citizens of Kentucky a found in J. E. Itobinson of Garrard County of the Constitution. sections was unanlmoutly endorsed by rising 2. Compare this list with the rights vote of the convention for the nomimentioned in the Federal Constitu- nation and requested to become a tion. Article I., Section 0, and candidato for the nomination for the inclusive. Why nrc so many of Sennto from this district; Several these copied into the Kentucky Con- names wero mentioned as prospec-elv- e stitution? candidates for County Judge, 3. What i the difference between but Mr. Hy. McRoberts was endorsn citizen and a voter? Between a ed for the nomination; V. A. Lear citizen and nn nlien? was endorsed for the nomination for 4. Of what country' i the child a sheriff; G. C. Walker was endorsed citizen if he is born in this country for the nomination for County AtIn torney; D. C. Sanders was endorsed to the French Ambas.idor? London, the child of American for the nomination for Tax Commistraveler? sioner; David (loss was endorsed for G. Is n Chinaman a citizen? An the nomination for Jailer; Mrs. infant? An Indian? Naomi Hamilton wa endorsed for C. Suppotc a foreigner' family en- the nomination for County Clerk, J. ters the United States, the parents B. Woods, Jr., was endorsed for the do not become naturalized, but their nomination for Circuit Court Clerk, children grow up here. Do these and Mr. Morris Todd was endorsed children need to go thru the process for. the nomination for Representaof naturalization? tive. It wa fully explained that 7. If a foreign woman enters the this endorsement only expressed the United State and is married to a sentiment nnd wishes of those presman already n citizen, does she need ent ami wns not n nomination for to become naturalized? these various offices. 8. Doe our country protect its The primary law fixe the date for citizens who violate the laws of the the tint Saturday in August for decountry in which they arc traveling termining definitely the nomination abroad? for the various offices. These con9. Whut is the Japanese question ferences nnd meetings nre being held Itcad in California? Section I of for the sole purpoto of promoting Admendment XIV., noting the word harmony in the purty and to permit Why is the dispute so the leading democrat "person." of the county hard to adjust? to get together and to give expres10. When u Kcntuckian goes over sion as to who could best serve the the. river, docs he carry Kentucky party ut thl time und if possible to law with him or is he subjected to avoid friction that frequently results the laws of Ohio? U. S. Const., from a strenuous and hotly contestArticle IV., Section 2. ed primary. It voted unani11. Is n prisoner a citizen? (When mously that the chairman of tho n convict is released he receives' pa- County Committee should invite all certifying that fact. The com- good democrats to meet with tho per mon expression "restored to citizen- County Committee on Saturday Mar. ship" is misleading , because an in- 6th., nt 1:30 o'clock to ditcuts party mate of a jail is entitled to protec- affairs. tion from fire and starvation like Wlro Fence Bargain: We are other citizens.) The above questions will bo used selling tho Sterling wire fence, 47 at the meeting of the "New Citi- inches high, wth 0 Inch stays, No. zenship" course, to be given by the 9 top, No. 10 bottom, with No. 12 March 3rd. is the intermediate and stay wire, at 77 Woman's Club. beginning week and April 28th. the cents a roJ, deliverd in Lancaster. concluding. Invitations extended to I'hone 305-K- . Tho. S. Piertt, Juejyt, Ky. those Interested In the subject. Woman's The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Fob 24 1921. cordlnjr to It. F. Sthepenson of the Soils nnd Crops Department of the State Collcpe of Agriculture. Ac- GENUINE "Bull" DURHAM tobacco makes 50 flood cigarettes for IUC ONE-CRO- P SYSTEM Many Wears Down Kentucky Farms. Ilnrrcn nnd often eroded Held on many Kentucky farms indicate that system of farming has a been followed on these no extensive ly that the soil is xhnustcd of supply of organic matter nnd nitrogen, ac one-crop cording to the specialists, crop cannot he profitably produced on these ornnlc mat farms until the apply ter nnd nitrogen is renewed. The first essential factor in replacing this lost supply of organic matter nnd nitrogen is the use of n LOSS REDUCED systematic crop rotation on the soils rough fur culti Estimated Saving of 18,003 to Farm which are not too vation. The fundamental principle ! ers of Alabama County Srounht of n good rotation is that it shall About by County Agent. contain one or more legumes. Such Iissei by hue ebtlm have been ihh n rotation as this) which has been used with good results on the State trrlally reduced In Itullork county, Ala Experiment Station farm Is made up baina, ns a result of (lie mirk of I lie county In training In of corn, soybeans, wheat, and clover. various) acetit throughout farmers r the county barSince land should never be left to ue tin oermti ami i,)m nttiiH desol ren for a single season, rye is sown opod iy rnititl mi' Pemirtment as n cover crop on the corn in the of Aerlrultiire lrty nine ears of nnd then plowed above rotation under in the spring when the soy beans arc planted. This practice is f MM. highly beneficial In Increasing the the soil, accordorganic matter of ing to Mr. Stephenson. The second essential In renewing the supply of organic matter ami nitrogen on Kentucky soils is the turning back to the soil nil stable manures nnd crop reslduces such ns Accordcorn stalks nnd old stnw. ing to the epecinlist, many crop residues are no valuable ton per ton ns is stable manure. Kvcn wheat i ntrnw contains ns much nitrogen ns manure although it Is not ns vnlu- able us tht in manure. No organic matter such ns straw, stalks of corn should ever be burned, according to Mr. Stephenson. A mm. t. WITCH HAZEL By CLARISSA MACKIE. S3 I JX ti. tr Mcl'iui (H. rlii id win tlie miiiny California sky In the foreground una the sandy l mil li'iiliiik' grinlilally up to I he dlmtM1 of the tuounialii. All eroiind him erv the plnln liiKinl hiiliCHhmt of the loan hllMerlng under tlie noon nun. The verntnla of the sturo mill intit i. Hire n rroudeil ltli men elm I In Ihitmel shirts nnd ronlu-nfaii- - iimler liroml liatn and a oooro of lior. wore tl.il nt tho long mil .,irr dian head on tlieomivie label. Sin.lKil. your grocer for Cal umct linking IMwdcr nnd Ix; it -- tlie In sure that you K-'t REMEMBER to ask blue-Krer- ni day failures. For you will never have nny. Oiinnict nhvay3 produces the sweetest nnd most iwlatable foods. nlwnys use less tluin of most other brnnda locause it ixis- - Then forget about bake And now mncmbcr. you leavrnintf strcnRth. irotiM't'. hronred, Mi'iitliiTunrii Kwa crratcr fiee. Ha aiitl Jim Thornton hinsT: nil ao on a lull iiHinr l hint In wimhrero pnllwl Nate .Milter nr none of the aw um n girl riding slim khnkl with n over her nil Imlr lHirw- -n Now Remembe- r- Mark faded Always Use SB U" herenlMHti. h if MIihi. he mxklod nrt iho nolr swotm oh tl i rss'i'lt, "re raiilo tHeii ltn-dim't t wlili ih hiIhIiii: too iiinrr- AlHii.tt etnutlnc I'lMlro ' . i Her !mNbltig otito M hort f .) ii(h . w him nluav fol- .I t ...) li until h mh him ami I in linek tike tk i. rt)He I fltHl" t- fl .Most ftvMmtod the glntuv miiiM fjmimtlietteally. "That llnrel Inwe. he murmured In n low li.no. jimi mlcht meet her If joii aro gtnt UP the trail lnr fiilher'n Auiv li . r in Un. hihmo trnll l.ltlle Until , It," llir ' l'r"i-.Mir- r Ht.iil Jim. Sill' noihliil. TihihiI the real liri he innllfnit. "Snme my I lint " t tt tin There is no waste. If a only roul ctuof Hour miltc You MCiaT nrciix:caH3 for one cf; hav2 to llut'3 nil you tihe. lirlf n cup of inprc-dicnt- a two Calum Columbtei Containfi only such . SEE OUR LINE OF OLIVER CHILLED 5SND PLOWS Syracuse Hill Side and Land Plows Plow Points of All Kinds and Repairs. Collars, Pads, Bridles, Back Bands, Trace Chains. Etc. We are well prepared to take care of all your wants for the spring work and are reducing prices on many things that you will need. Come in and be convinced. Goodloe CURED BY BOY Walker Bros 'throat from the inside, with his hand, while the servants Sell your Tobacco on the Lancaster Market. were consulting Queer Case Of A Cow That Foiled The Doctors. down in Pulaski County comci the story of a distressed cow who suffered from un obscure, all tnent which batfled veterinarian. Throut trouble ,of aggravated form, was indicated but the symptoms did not nirree with any diagnosis they were familiar with or had read about. The cow might be suffering yet, or even have passed over the Itivcr, except for the inspiration of n small boy, utterly unskilled In the treatment of suck cows but gifted with an ingrowing curitfiity. Impelled by thin he investigated the anlmal'i From among thmselves. When he pulled hi hand from the cow's throat ho also pulled a size"tarpin (called able "terrapin" farther down South) In It. The cow was relieved nt once and after cough-- 1 ing two or three times nppeared ugafn to normal good health and the Joy of living. Hy way ofj gratitudu she licked the boys neck and then tried to swallow his cap. Foiled in thin she moved sedately away, after the manner of cows, with her head toward the ground, probably in search of n groundhog for this was on the second of February for her evening meal. The boy looked at the doctors and laughed. The doctors looked at the Neither said nny boy nnd scowled. thing. There was nothing to nay. Wilmore Kntcrprisc. j ! KEEP YOUR BALANCE Keep a careful itemized account of all your expenses, large and small, for one month. During that month Continue to spend just m you have in tho past. At the end of the month check up your total expenditures, and N0TB THK M0.NKV THAT HAS HKKN I.1TKKALLY AWAY. The noxt step is to open a savings account with us and adopt the habit of saving in lieu of frittering. Saving leads to aucces. Frittering keeps you down. FHITTKIIKI) THE NATIONAL BANK OF S. C. DENNY, a in of irld hhtdeu hy (imml- filth, r Thorntoa In the day- -. f "Hi. II.' wu. mnwHllNg tho steewr pl.cv m,w. tWe Mir wai etodrr ami hf-;.VCS head havemarketed rli.Tr yint the ntnoll of dBe ami tho from the county throusli eooperathe hot im-l- l of wild thjMM'. Ilo itlted up work, wlili un estimated haunt; of JO,-- . tft hH.k down al the riMWlry nVeteloxl In Houston county the Mon when h hennl the sound of ment's representative taught IS men volo whltilHg ahtHe him- a wsn tn vnrclnnte hot. Sir eel of Instrutone ami the tn Wo ()f m girl's lce. ment oh tint li)' tho I'nlltmi Itotnry Ihi.-- I OntiM ami the hatMiroed' rtuli were supplied n tltr demonstraJim urgml hl forward and tors ami a In lle mlHHlo they hamt ujoii a nn established In iharce of a reliable Among lt Mrs no- - eeno. tree nt of one Me velrrlnarlnn. More than ." of the trail n llaxel Den nr. hoca were treated. In many enve it moiinteil iki tall hori wa found that tlekM-- . other limn hackeit nrolntt her Imco Ixiulder and a that cholera, wan due to Mime Inefclental from gating caue, such ns IimiI ntmt meal, ami JottedUsrlnc tho hill. She was fare at with ejei ami nhlte balanced rations were advised. The county acetit' work refilled In X I'Hlro. who, ermelieil hehlnd liU tittle tornd. pomtIhc her with a farmers establishing .postures to kevp CUM. range, the him! their hoca off the me. semira. I let you go "Vm I tun tired belnc freed from many gold noxious weeds hy lift- - rootlnc of the jHt a wnl whero "III tell yHi imlhlngf cried the animals, nnd premred for fnluro I'orty fnr farmera in the girl. "I keel yoro lwr prontoT The otinty were intcreted In Mump removing ami nlxmt acr. of UihI threett ended In a lomt Itonl of pain wa clearod In thl movement. Ahntit an a bullet knocked ttie weaon out live ton of dynamite una hoitsht for of Mi hand and gratei Uln knuckle lareely m the cooperative In Mlng. the grt out of here pronto'" "Vi plan, eomtttamliHl Jim. riding Into the opening The hnlHireed mounted hl FEEDING GARBAGE TO SWINE leepy ami the two skulked out of lsht ntMl nut of thU story. Practical Meani of Producing Pork, "Are yoH all right 1" askotl Jim, According to Department of Agri. hl hat. culture Bulletin. She nailed ami nmhleit. "1'hatiks to joii. I'iln wan drank. Ilo might When pmiierly mauncod, the feedImvo liarmnl I with that gun. ing of enrhnco to swine la a practical My probably owe my mfety t yoH. mentis of pork production, affording fallM-r- . Ileary INih, will thank )ou hy to 1'nrmor' llulletln 113ft for me." the United State IVpnrtment of Agril am on my w'ay ui Uttle culture. e)4alHiil Jim. "I have a letIn addition It help to settle n proli-le.Major many dtlo and ter of ItitrodHettoN from which confront lllake." towns that of effective nnd isiiimmmI "Thin you are Mr. Thornlim the nil curbace dlNwl. The w We hate of narlxip depond urt sally on major wnte to ihol. on the logout for )oti." Ilazol hil s In hnusolmld. Tin the care It the way up tlx- mountain troll, turnt. cam, claw, impor, ojster nlielK Mxip, nnd other foreign nmte-rlal- s ing to the rlftht at a xmnll riH'k. Ihen turning again luio a narrower trail iVheti ihIiiiI with giirUigo may nu mmicrotix Im of hocii. Hut It tlMit tltmlly letl to n cni'ii enujoti. Iiiih hii'ti fniiiHl tliat this ovll ran he nay with rtowor KnhH, whero a wn liielino minimized hy proper preesiutloti nnd terfHll rlivlil donn n An elderly o IwtiM'lMiMer in iiimI formod h liny lake. inhlllnM riiui.t tan n nut on the temiHHi of a uhllo ho rareful. up mIk-i- i iHimiinltliiK of horn is to liHtnealow. ami ho them eotulHS. he prevent hog cholera and I Half an hour Inter they were enturgtil to keep tho feed frosll. e (Vple of the hilllelln limy Im hnd fnv itle dliiiM-- r proiaril hy n rnwililc foHlid rmtk. TlmnitiHi the hy applying to tln I'liltl Sintei Detoaiie h mnimi trio from tho Midpartment of Aertriilture, dle VVet. and oojJe n"er Ida own heart. Mr. Deano sold Hint ho could SEGREGATE ALL NEW ANIMALS nut oxMH't miieh hellor luek limn he had Imd. ami lliut they were thlnklni; Wise Plan to Place Recent Purchases of isolns huek to Ohio before tery In Quarantine for at Least lone. Twenty-OnDays, "Wlleh lluzid Manta to continue hen tl imr hermit life Indcllnltely," Tho proper nnd only wife thing to ho oimIihI with a Mttllo at his dsnirh do with the recently purchased animal ter; "my wife I mm concerted her l.i to plnco It In quarantine i'l"i lis of a winter In New with prowl arrival. Hetter keep It there not lo York." than "I days at Imst. Tills enahlet Mhii'I Hn.hed tn tho rnoH of Iiit oil to keep a cnreflll wateh over the clnrious hair. "lo tell us ulxiut your animal nt nil ll.no. nnd to ileterwlne urn mire t know map. Mr. Thornton that tho unlimil Is lieulthy, ami In rK ery stmt;" I ho there should he nny iIIcmm, It onld "Tell her. Thoriiion; If any one rim not he carried to thine iinluwls ali' find It lw euti 1 rail her 'Wltrh ready on tho farm. lieeoilM) khe term to he aide to find water and k'otd aa well." SUPPLY PIGS PLENTY WATER A wevk uflenviird Jm Thornton and 1 lurid stood hexhlu an overturned hole Young Porkers Drink Often and In lioiilder; helow wni it Ktitiio-llnolii tho crunml fllleil with tin hoiett Small Quantities lumrd of (Irutidfalher the Ridden Is Very Useful. J ' i TlMmti had not founded In Vn'f .Miller ttmt U Imd n Irttfr of Jilr itlii' tlon tn llrtiry I enn ami that he n lepefMttMK Hpoti llaiel's fntto-- r to help him mit in hU for a tns li.r. Tl evn ofllci illy 1 Authoritiapprovcil hy I' : ! s. Is the prr!ii.t ol tli larvrst. mott nnxL-rh;.l mnitty Jlakinn 1V dcr 1'actori' t In c:- Hence. (lu'',n five f :t .n gnml p. 1 of nt tha' 4 Its r' - Muffin fUclp 1 cupa sifted flour, 4 level CalunKt ioki u l'uwder, 1 taUrspiion 1 tra-'rxo- n tm-f"- r, ti' ii' hl i c t1 i, 't. 2 rriA. 2 of trasfyvn sweet t i 'I I hit i f l".!k. Then mi In tho regular wiy. Vaccinating a Hog for Cholera Don't Run Risks or Watte Feed With Un. healthy Live Stock. , it - ilnt lud lir Inside flout. tlmilr a dw-rW develop throtith the irlotu ItiS him' nnr " Maine tbor stncea of their mtamorihol it crow ihroush Us Into ouchly, fross rery rapidly, tmt they do not rtaif. It aln (row ibroucfc two crow In slie; wheei ibeir own thy- floora. It nit (town as a tery roid are snpprow.1 hy caiiterlrntlfln small .n the Imm was to ha or etelslon or when they are fed on built. I'ltt la'i-- on found tn hr mh-In- c l extract of the thrtnn sin they r Up the dfslro Crow to creat slie hut tieer itetrlnn for crow id liHmornl, ami now It Into nolh'nc hut clant Is a statrir irr. with unusual sur ruumllne lautKilea. Tdrle .Ham) Peculiarity fe.1 of Tadpoles. Tree drew l'i-aU"- mi ettrsrt f tir thy A crafrfi.' , in. 't,. rol tie r . fnc. TIMOTHY cash. SEED I ut ti-- Is" mill-vatlo- We have a choice line of No. One Timothy Seed which wc will sell at a cheap price for "f) pune Garrard and Lincoln Produce Co lre isl Ihml-iler.- " nea Appetite Not Quit Con. New York Statistics. Msrr hail rvnrhiHl fl Jhi?o of an. Tor the varlmi rtHn of Its own tletr where she ateadfastlr rpfixtnt alt CovcrniiHiit, Now Yr elly openda offers of "a little u.re turkor." "a almost JiMMmo a jvar Moire than hit morn dressing or mat-- i piitato," the Japanee empire it baa l.l) or "another piece of broad." Nothlnc theatera. lK) MiM ami l.f aptwrently could tempt her to out an churches. It turns out omteotti ot other mouthful, finally, however, the. all thi manufarturetl cimm of Urn nuts, rnlilns and candles with pnsed. country, th of all the printed "Ys. I will havo some." sahl Mary. matter, ami of all the cloth-Inand then, apparently thlnklnz her conThe annual outmt f Its as.Os) duct needed Mino eipiatiatlon, sh factories is worth more than $3,UJ. added: "I can still eat little things I" U."J.rxl. otic-fourone-hal- f c. m-elve- - wiw-dii- riN-k- y friifnt Jmiil c'hl-ne- THE UNIVERSAL CAR 'I lie Ford Coupe, with electric self starting nnd liglitiiiBsystcm.liasa big, broad scatdecply upholstered. Sliding plate glasnwindmvs so that I he can sweep right through the open tar. Or in case of a storm, the Coujc Incomes a closed car, snug, rain-proI Iai and dust-proo- f. all the Kurd economics in operation and c. A car that lasts and serves satisfactorily as long as it lasts. Demountable rims with 3 inch tires all around. For the doctor and travelling salesman it is the ideal car. Ititc e main-icnanc- 1 Haselclen Bros Garage. not interested in nny car except Ford -- Ha-le- Non-Freei- Cashier. Capital $50,000. Surplus $50,000. Honor Roll Dank drink water often nnd iiniilltli-n- , It drlnkH water In small the iiino an It eat' feed a llttlo at a time und often. That I why a uuterer and a elf.feediT for cmln are so wry vulutiblo In the lio A pig likes to Thornton. "You am mured lot n witch Hazel," mur"You hate Thornton. me- - If oti could m-liituiuy heart." Ills ryvtt told the rest. "I am mire I would dlsnirer told there!" whimpered Vllcli lUiel with mi udorlnc look. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Feb 24. 92 1 1 MANUFACTURERS HAS CASH j RAISING PnM06ftAPrT TAKEN THE TOWN PER BY STORM MORE PHONOGRAPHS already sold at this sale than we ever knew could be sold in a year In this town and vicinity. her accomplice, In carrying out the alleged Must Serve Sentences. blackmailing program.In'Jall at Hoth women are where they have been confinAppellate Court Upholds Verdict Of ed ince the trial pending thn acMadiion Tribunal) Alleged tion of the Kentucky Court of Appeal on the verdict of the lower Illackmall Netted Over court. $20,000.00. Rich-mond, TWO WOMEN shown, wa ly Flavor! No cigarette the same delicious has GUARANTEED SAVING OF SO CENT Manufacturers' Ctuh-lUkl- ag Sale Thousand of Phonographs have been mnde up for the brut Phonograph Dealers, by America largest Wholesale The money stringency make it Impossible for .Manufacturer. the wholesaler to accept thee machines at this lime. To raiie Immediate cah, it i necessary for the to find other way for quick disposal of thee machines ami coneiuently, they have decided to sell direct to the user at price which will urely Interest everybody. With this object In view, a limited quantity of these Phonograph have been "alloled to u, to ell at prices lower than usual Wholesale Dealers' cott. Manu-facturrr PHONOGRAPHS HALF PRICE A GUARANTEED AT PHONOGRAPH ON THE 50c, $ MM 1 1 bbbbVII A high grade large size Phonograph usually FOR FA'AMPLB old for $160.00 is offered during this fate for $78.7fi, NOW IS YOUR CHANCE THESE MACHINES WILL GO FAST COME IN TODAY by the Kvcry Phonograph In thi tale it guaranteed manufacturer against defective material and workmanihip. Thete Phonograph will play all make of record. Come in Immediately and hear these wonderful Phonographs. in Mttbiaes, May All Htc9tU Grade Guaranteed Every home should have a phonograph. Take advantage ol this opportunity NOW before it is loo Utc PLAYS ALL RECORDS a beautiful model 45 4 high. Piano finished in mahogany or golden oak. Will play all makes of records and Is fully guaranteed. An extreme value at Thi inches I You Will Marvel At The Price. Hurry! Hurry! Hurry! Get First Selection. Quantity it Limited. our prlce. REGULAR PRICE 9150.00 RAIS-IN- C McRoberts Drug Store BRING US YOUR PRESCRIPTIONS LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. MANUFACTURERS' CASH SALE PRICE The action of the Kentucky Court of Appeal at Frankfort recently In affirming the discisinn of the Madi son Circuit court In the ra.e of Fin ney and Turpln ngninst the Commonwealth I the closing chapter in one of the mint remarkable case ever triil In Kentucky court nnd mean that Mr. Lizzie Finney and n rein-tlvMis Florence Turpln, will have to serve n term In Stntc prison, the former for Jive year nnd the latter for three year. The two women were tried sever- al month ago nt Richmond and con-- r vlcted of defrauding Mr. Sarnh Finney, mother-in-laof one of the accused women nnd nt the time one of the wealthiest widow of Madison county, out of over $20,000 by nn alleged specie of blackmail which I ald to have kept the aged widow in a state of nervous suspense for a number of year. According to the evidence brought out nt the trial, Mr. Lizzie Finney obtained money in various amount and also an automobile from her mother-in-laby making her believe that a xreret lawsuit was pending against her by which. If brought to n head, she would lose at! of her property and her reputation, but which Mrs. Finney declared she staved olT by rcasqn of her successful negotiations. Finnally the persuaded her mother-in-lato tell her farm and give her half the proceeds to clear up the matter, as she represented. After securing half the money from the sale of the farm, Mr. Lizzie Finney moved to Akron, Ohio, and purchased a home, having left her husband. She later returned to Madion county and obtained another $i,000 from Mrs. Sarah Finney, it wns( shown by the evidence. It wa nf- ter thi last visit that the husband discovered the reputed fraud and proceeded to have his wife prosecuted, with the result that she was convicted, and with her, her relative, who it wa Mis Florence Turpin, e, Three Religion In Chins. China ha Ihnv religion with many follower Confucianism. Taoism and lliiddhlstn. "Snow Trout" of India. India N not fainou for It (I'll, yet hat one which ranks n a great dainty, Thi I the "nmr trout of the Himn welt t only In the ce'd alaya. It I t rerun mountain Influential Utteraneee. "The trouble with a mart man," I said Jin! Tunkln. "I that he' liable' to spend more time liiwlri off than he doe worklnV Washington Post. flavor aa Lucky Strike. Because toasted STRI Kg LUCKY CIGARETTE It's First Woman J. P. Honored. At the old South Pa", In Wyoming, granite monument mark the lta of the office of Amcrlcn' first woman Justice of tje peace. Either Morrl, who was one of the suffrage pioneer. Awful Combat. Jane wai careful nut to let her dog, Henrietta, get Into a fight. Hut one day when she nn nut playing she found her fighting with n dog. She wn excited and ran for her mother rrvlnif- - "(ih mnmmi. Henrietta Is fighting with a checkered . doc." e Cracks at Creation. The only notable thing about the short session of congress is its Idle rich young men arc no longer idle. They urc extremely busy looking for ways to blow it in. J Chance for Ooldtn Service. Mark how men drain every cup of pleasure, until sensibility wear out; These arc the days when we hear and thin health wear out; and then very little about self made men. ability to feel wenr out (live mo the poet or teacher who will put a Most of them prefer to keep their trno picture of thi before men. and early obscurity under cover. he shall do the age a golden cervlca We don't place any reliance in the IL It, llawels. report that O eneral Villa is now a Sunday school teacher. We doubt if Remarkable Februarys. February without a full moon Is there arc either Sundays or schools found by S. II. ftaythorpe, an English In Old Mexico. Inquirer, to have occurred In the nineteenth century In ISO0. 1847, 1SWJ and Some of our prominent financiers 1&S5, but the present century will leave arc advocating the making of ana record of only two tntances 1013 and 1M1. In the next four centuries other huge loan to European governthere will be H such Instance. Very ments. We haven't the slightest obcuriously, Ave Sundays In February jection to such a course, provided the have about the same frequency, and said financiers moke the loans from happen thirteen times regularly In their own private fortunes and leave four centuries. The two occurrences the government funds and other peoare not conneeti-d- . ple's money safely in Family Jors may not be so bad af all. They keep neighboring minds from becoming stagnant. ter this country. $78.75 t -- - sr- - er ccst3oa-.a .i.t wi TTTPJ TAINT LICK Ceo. (ioodrich has pneumonia. New Columbia Records at McRoberle. (leo. Noe will have a sale Saturday. Mr. Millard I.edford is on the sick list. Mr. Jim Hucker spent the weekend with home fwolks. Mr. Hubert Ellis has recovered from a severe cae of pneumonia. spent the Miss Kannle Dowden week-enwith friend In Ilryants-villd e. able to be Mr. Robert F.stridge out again after a severe case of I mumps. Wa Mill eichange clover seed for corn al the market price. Hudson and Farnau. Jim and John S. Ledford have rented the (leo. Noe farm for the year 1921. The early morning train will not Lexington a ha been go through the case for several month. Little Mary Hammack is about over the mumps. Misses Jessie Mae and Virginia ar taking It. Highland arrived Mis Margart-ttFriday night. She will help MIm well. Misics Marie and lleulah I.edford Kate Ely new during the spring rush. house party. Those Miss Corn llryant went to tancas-te- r had a week-en- d Monday 'night to be with the who composed the party were Misses home folks Tuesday, being n holi- Lucille Davis and Elizabeth Conn, Messrs. Earl McWhorter and Oliver day. The snow Saturday wa about 12 Patrick. Mrs. It. (1. Woods nnd daughters, Inches deep nnd in some place where it had drifted l( was about Dollie and Mr. II. J. Patrick are visl- ting Mr. and Mrs, John F. White and two feet. Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Underwood Mr. and Mrs. 11. (5. McWhorter at nnd daughter, Mis Edna and Mr., Nlcholu.ville. Morrl Todd wero recent visitor In Mr. Walter Azblll continues very Lexington. low with very little hopes for his re Dr. Smith of this place and Sunday wa. n long day to moat covery. people in and around Paint Lick a Dr. Sanlin, of Richmond, have there were no Sunday school or pronounced hit dlscaso a sleeping sickness. preaching Mrs. Mason and son, Gordon left for Kansas City, Mo., where she will endeavor to get an artiflcal arm for him. It will be remembered Gordon lost part of his ami last winter while shredding fodder. Po4 Ural Mrs. Geo. Noe and children left Thursday night for a visit to her par-ebefore going on to Athville, N. MIM Mr .Noe will Join them as toon C. wmtmm. BSSSSbm at he can dispose of hla household ruaaa HnUSZ lV. goods and farming implements. c To fulfill my promise to my old Mr. Willie Rogers pent Sunday with Kev hkaggs and family alto Millinery customers, I have planned Monday night with Mr and Mrs. to have a full line ready for sale IlurgcM. about the 10th. of March in our near the Mis Kate Ely left for Covington home in Richmond, Ky., Sunday where she will visit her sis depot pn Main St, on corner, op ter, Mrs. Mary Highland and family Iiosite Cemeterv irate, house No. 50.1 I 10p9 to see my old customers all for a week or ten day. again on this happy comer as my sixty were out to hear Dr. About Sear lecture, at the school auditor- health I has been greatly improved moved here. ium tat Thursday. All seemed to since Mrs. W. F. Parks It enjoy the lecture very much. All trains on the Rowland branch I Mrs. John llryant and Miss Man Hello Halcomb of Ilryantaville, spent xcept two, changed time Monday several day the past week with the morning. The early train has chanc former daughter, Mrs. 11. 11. Mont- ed to No. 20 and arrives 17 minutes later, having been due at 5:10 A. M. gomery It now arrives at 6:27. Old Henrv Mi Mattie Estell White and lit- I still due at 7:50 A. M.. the noon tle sister, Mis Emma Evelyn, of train No. 28 ia still due at 11:23 reRichmond, spent Saturday night and turning, No. 27 due a few minutes Sunday with their grandmother, Mr. earlier at 1:21 P. M. ,Alo Old Henry E. E. White. is due at 1.21 P. M. The night train People of thi community were No. 25 will arrive 50 minutes earlier, very much surprised to hear it thun- being due at 8:43 P. M. Instead of der Saturday, while it was snowing 9:33. This arrangement will be a regular blizxard as it was .omc-thin- g very much appreciated by the msnv they had never heard before. people who go to Richmond on the Mr, and Mr, (ieo. Noe will move early trnin and return at night as to Ashville, N. C. in a few days on they are due one hour earlier. account of Mrs. Noe's health. The community trust the climate will be benellcial and that she will soon be JJODGEBrDTHEBS ROADSTER Its economy is practically expressed in its low gasoline consumption, its high tire mileage, and the infrequency of repairs. It is further expressed in the durability of its finish, which seldom requires more than a thorough cleaning to bring back its original lustre. I II will pay yam to rimll urn LATE Death onlyn matter of short time. Don't watt until pains and aches become incurable diseases. Avoid painful consequences by taking TOO and fiimloe (ne car. i . KINNAIRD BROS. GOLD MEDAL The world's standard rimed? for kidney, liver, bladder and uric acid troubler the National Remejy of Holland since 1698. Guaranteed. Three sites, all druggists. Leak fee U. mh Cell Meiel ma mi.rr Uw mmi Mcept M laOUIlea Chinese Nsrvoua System Best. have the most perfect nervous system of any people In tk world. anLucky Tiger The Chine nt Dog Had Many Friend. Six thousand persons signed a p tltlou to sava the Ufa of a dog which Imdnn (England) magistrate had ordered to b killed on account of Its alleged ferocity. ja ft. ' The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky.t Thursday, Feb 24, 1921 LOBSTER-ROMANCE Live Stock CONNELLY. MOTHER '$ r PIES . By MARY News Ft DON'T COME HERE It!, If Mrl'lur U r I? he knew They were delicious for two reasons how to make them, and SHE USED THE BEST OF FLOUR. oo No matter what cumtlnns nr tvclal standing ilurlns tin "Inter months, on this particular occasion they were simply a tWhcrntun and going lobster swecthenrt o'clock of a summer's rntchlnc nt morning, and ns the man steered for the open sen lie divided III" attention between the girl opposite him nn! the brightly pnlnted buoys which hoMied tu the green Muter, marking the plnc where the lobster Nt lay hidden. screamed oerhetid, ami occasionally skimmed the water graft-ful- ly n few yards from the side of tlielr bant; "Mother Carey's rhlck-rtiswith their ministerial coats of hlnck ami lille llutterrd to within n few feet of them In answer to the rlilierman's cinuIiik whistle; and now nml then n buoy tloated enlmiy by with a solitary mackerel-ducas The sun rose higher nml high-er- . and the southwest wind sent the salt Mirny Into tlielr faces as they shs1 over the water The fisherman ke for the llrt time since they had beeome entangled III the rope of n buoy. "Here's, n imp I latven'f pnllsl for n week," he M, as he lenned over the side of the bout mi. I drew the line toward him. The wmml of his voice, iiilte normal and showing ho hint of the mitiMetllig emotion thut hsil been going on within hit l.r.n-- t ilmt nioni-Inc- . gave him rout-age-. tie turned townrd the girl. i on Ills Npr Sjndlril' Ihelr rceetlvr TIME TO PURCHASE FEEDERS I No Hard Jnd Rult for Fsrintr tc Go Oy Cattle Art Hlghtr In Spring Thin In Fall, 81m ttnttcr'x right leg wns In tern porary retirement under n layer of UNLESS YOU WANT QUALITY i, ' r The flour thnt made her pies fnmous was no better or purer than our universally praised s " Glen Lily t hi If lUn Lrlw V jiA... brand, which we arc supplying in enormous quantities to the people of this community. It is one of the highest grades of flour in the world today, and has won for itself a name that is as famous as mother's celebrated pies. there is ANYONE hereabouts who is not using this flour wc want them to try it. You may want to duplicate mother's pies and you can. half-stati- Hps. GARRARD MILLING CO. KY. LANCASTER, ing of one bill right after another. Declines $1,000 The world is getting so crowded will that Offer For Dog. (begin we presume the cowsmilk. soon to give condensed I I ! Sam L. WooM ridge has refused a bona fide offer of $1,000, made ly Walker & Huylcr, Paint Lick. Ky., for his tud foxhound, Hit; Stride, sire of more winners the past season in both bench and field ahow than any three other foxhounds in America. Big Stride is n championship winner and in the Mississippi show, held last week on I'aul Kaincy's estate he carried otT first honor in e both the stake and the field trails. His book for 1021 is filling at a fee of $50. all-ag- The fish liar is prepairing to hunch over and make room for the fellow who killed sixteen at one shot. After looking'em over carefully, we have come to the conclusion that most complexion! are put on by union painters. Some ball players blame nil their shortcomings on the umpire, and 5ome men lay all their mistakes to their wives. A pressimist, my son, is a chap who thinks he is getting the worst of deal unless he receive. ij fifty-fift- y thv hyphen. It is "Let's bet on It." she sucgested. and she returned bl smile Millet ly. "It will lie empty," she suhl, beginning to shmv Interest. lie Innghcd merrily, "liHMiolhle!" be exclaimed: "after a week there oucht to be something here. It's near rocks, too. If yon lose," he nitileil. "yon iy a forfeit, joh know." There was snplete Mlonrc as he drew the mt from the IhKIuhi band over hnml, ami It pkbh' to th surface covcf-ii- l with dank ei weed ami full of tiny nr fth, tbey both over It eagerly. "KlHrty '" cviMhtied the girl, as she Kink Ixtrk In ber sent with a little laticb of trlmwpli. The hmh dropil the trap bark Into the water and IIhhc the dripping Intoy aNgrily from him. Iter langnfer hurt lilm In tils t. to Homespun Philosophy. with a no longer stylishyeur be born mouth. sliver spoon in Swiming Is our idea of clean sport. It should be gold. A smile beats a barrel of liver medicine. Down, down, down, goes the price No man will be down and out if of oil, and up, up, up, stays the price he's up n ml doing. of gas. And gas, you know, is made Life seems to bo merely the pay. , from oil Furniture Prices Reduced Full stock of goods on hand Our prices arc reduced from 25 to 40 per cent on all of the following goods, for cash: BED ROOM SUITES DINING ROOM SUITES PARLOR SUITES ROCKERS DINERS TRUNKS CHIFFOROBES RUGS FLOOR LAMPS WOOD BEDS DRESSERS DRESSING TABLES MATTRESSES COOK STOVES RANGES & HEATERS ODD PIECES I I V WARDROBES BABY CARRIAGES Trlbble & Pickett t Furniture Go. Danville's Largest Furniture and Rug Store. "We'll bave to try three times." he told ber: "It's the only way to laako It fair for both of Again he Mopp-the motor and caught at the buoy s It swept past - wa growing exciting and The gaitothe girl OHlKf hh Mimm hevlile lulu. 't exactly She ur whethor er not site wnntetl to win this tltue the trap nere th surface he Uh d bis ojex hik! gBewil ipilrkljr ld. nlinot "There'll - two." Ite grimly, at he ttlifaMeited Ihe li'tie door. A perch, linpiiiH-i- l within mii the fait water Into hi ejet with l' a mo terrified tUpittng. and It tnent or two before he eould evnni Ine the eoiteHI Dw of bl trap larxe lulnler. and. e. hidd u In one corner: a little clilikon hdtter lie uiealirel It i rtlleally nod then m!!cd "Nine nml i. no half ImheK," he told her, "I win tliU tline." 1'repiirathiiiN were made for the thlnl and final eatcb. A wave n'lit a vvhtle buoy ndiliiiig into view- - and the girl felt H little tug at her at nhe wutched the man lean over mid pull It from the water. Suddenly, with all her benrt. The he prayed that be would It far. She ime bad gone loo and felt It miwthe In In Ids eMger glamv itllckeliel I .tut lug of ber own heart. It feeiiiod almost a" though her liberty were (dowly Utplng from her. and he wanted mi iiiueli to be ultvayt free. It was her turn to gue. and she glanced about her ipilckly. They were far out to eu by IhU time, and the roek were no longer vWhle. She retieatcd ber flrnt bet. "It will lie empty here." hhe -- old. He liMikisI nt her ami Hlgked. "I was ufnilil that you would wiy that," he wild gnivily. "I ebhuii get mueli out here ut the prewiit tiine." Iliind over bund be drew In the nipo until the imp reMed dripping lim the hide of the hunt. He rleureil nwuy mid IihiVihI Into Ihe trap the while III" girl Mt with averted liead Minuet at though It umtt n-- . nothing to her how it would all come out Then n glad little chuckle from her comi panion made her turn, and ho Mutidlng with a giant lolmter held by the back. She did not know whether to be angry or glad, but an be haw- the unmlMiiknhlc look of happiness In bis eyes (die began to MHlle at lilm. Hurriedly he Miiipet the lule uter'x clawn nml cast It Into Ihe barrel. Iimtlnctlvoly they both felt that fat' had decided more than a mere forfeit for tlirm. Shutting off the motor he came toward her, and suddenly that alio was undeniably glad to eo him coming. Whether or not the man asked the girl the alMmportniil iuotlnn that Hummer' morning ha not been decided, for at the time the luM iiitrh v taken they were three tulle nut. and nil JurKdlitloii over tlirm had coaed. but milllclent It l to any, that when the boat came to nhort; nu hour or no later they wore Hitting together above the engine, look Uhiii the it Ing n though they had found u of gold ut thu end of the kuii mth that niurtilng. thw hd follow n" d ws-H- Im- arnica sunk ed hatidages. He regnnleil the Injured tnemher with a glint of rueful humor and fpnke thu to a iii'lclilior who had dropied III for a chhj with Ihe chisrful llivnlld. This is'fiiornl utoro carrien a Kt'iieral line of "Pert, tell me numethln. How can a feller tell when a mean while mule practically ovorythitiK' for the home, the olNce, the mimed Anarchy Is coin' to kick? I shop, the farm, the Konlun, and give you ttiantity mean, lion can he tell In time to do him any goodl" ami quality In every article you buy. "Human knowledge goes no furthe than to ay that a white mule is al We do not care to "blow" too much about what wa)s goin' tu kick. Is that Ihe an wrr? Then let me ask you a ipies we can do for you. We much prefer to have you Hon: How do ytni know- - whether te come here and find out for yourself, as most of the buy jour 'feeder steers In the full nr In the "prlng Io jou make any shrewd buyeis in this community are rioing. thing by feeding them In the winter, u nd will ou make more If )m let th other feller feitl 'em through? They cost more In the prlng than In the fall. Is there any way to be eertalnl" SI in admitted that the thing was st his comprehension and coufessitl that ho MOtictliiios did the thing mi wiiy iiIhI roiHelllues the other, but that he iieir knew Just how he wus com Ing out. v Rett grade Gingham 15 to 20 cent a yard. In realjiy, as to the time to buy Calico 12 j to 15 cent a yard. stockers or feeders, there Is no hard ml fast rule. The usual time Is In 9x12 Japanese Matting Hug SG.00 Ihe fall when they must leave the grailag area and go where feel Overall, juit arrived, $1.75. have been hurveMed or sloreil for rat tie fetstliig. However, with a fulling HIGHEST PRICES PAID for COUNTRY PRODUCE lilch no one cnu foretell with market. any degree of rertnlnty, the cattle may not In wtnli enough mere In the prliie to my for the winter Vet lltey Imte bet-kept largely oh feed for which there Is no o4her market. "oiietiMHtly. what Sim ami his neighbor bwtrtd knw Is Ihiw Hideh It eoMs In sttx'kers through the var1M winter nitloM. Imw they Iom Missea Hertha and Myrtle Hume r gain wetcht. ami how they TKATKHSNMKhK gNlM ttw "MmShf as a and Mils Km ma Simpson were enterof the wav the) have hee-- wlnterixl Mls Zellu .Mae Hume Is v to it ing tained Sunday afternoon by Mtosm Itelug In a heMor to carry oh her Muter, Mr. Willie Anderson at Ore and Motile Oliver fitsHMg to atiswer thi- -e Mr Amm Oliver and ton, Claud the tu Nina. iHetlols tlmx !! of milmal Imliistry. rithMperatlng .Mrs. I.ucy Junes spent part of lint and two daughters, MMes Oru ami with the Wist Virginia cxttorlwettt week with her Mtcr, Mrs. J. II. Mob-Il- Mollie, after spending a few day ttMlti--rieomlnrtiil of with hU sister, Mrs. Tom Davidson cimnty. Wont Vir lefts In in Lexington, have returned Hme. .Mr. ami Mm. Hubert Yater were ginks. Tto teritHetits Ingan IV Wire Fence llargain:- - We are remlHT 'SI l'.lll a. id tovcred U M'rl' gueftl of Mr ami Mrs. Ptoytl Hay selling thr Sterling wire fence, 17 U' ng now Sunday afternoon. of four iar ;! Mr. Jamr Hume and Mrs. Wal- inches high, with ti inch stays, Xo. ter Hume were gucsU of Mr. aad 10 Imttoro, with N'. VI iHtermtHitate and stay wire, at 77 cents a rtd, deMrs. Floyd Hay Friday. SltS-H- . to Ijiacastvr .Mcir. Heed Sebastian and Carl liveredThs. S. Fiertt. I'hsHir Hackeye. Ky. llun e spent Sunday with .Messrs. Ophelia Jones and Hamilton Hay. Mum Mattle IMtam and Mr Char ! I'ratacr were united in the Tankagv, th idssl for grow, lie ing lio( llran, Mised IVrd, Ground holy bstmi sf malromny in Fob. I7U. Tke bride H Uie IlarUy. Hudson and Farnau. dauptater ( Mr. ami Mrs. Charlie Mr and Mrs. Dee Ward, of Kden-to- tlolton. whil the groom m the sM were the week-enguesta at her of Mr. and Mr. Willi. I'rather. He parcnU, Mr and Jin. James Hume. is to lie congratulaWd on winning the Mr and .Mr. Walter Hume ar one of his choice Thre many pending a few days with par fnriuls wish them a long and happy cut. Mr and Mrs. F A I'rutcher life together -- QUANTITY NEW SPRING GOODS ARRIVING DAILY. Bct fce-llt- tf Thos. S. Pieratt, bucki:ye, ky. ki-f- p litr-Hig- ti lt l. . fd n d hr nowy-'!ipH- mm Turning Steer Into Deef i J heart-Mrln- g le. published in ibipartmeiit btiUe'ln f"t). In brief. .'Jt Veiirinig teerll were se oih year and ilivnbsl Into thri lien the lots lots of ten Meoro esirh, wore carefully etuallicl, the average wislsht of the animals was OK hhhmI eaeh. The teT were on winter an averago of IWl daj. iiimI on imMNro an averane of Ws days let-tera-th- FEED AND HITCH xea-wiie- The tests (troved tlil all iivenige dally ration of HtS mmiih1s of idbige. Iho pouiuls of ihIvihI hay. mid the jhhiihIh nf whisit straw during winter would malntitlii these sieers without hnH of weight. An nveruge ihilly ration of IZll puiiiiilH of is.irtl silage. 4.JI miuihIs of wheat straw and one miihii of cotton-Mil- l meal would give each steer all averaice gain of IS! pounds. A dully ration of ll.t" annuls of mUisI hay and I.I pounds of wheat struw fed throughout the winter will not keep the uiilmal in good condition. Tills ration was reionslblo for n loss of Xt pounds per te'r. Corn silage gave better leaiilts than dry rough-agthat had alone, nml the Mccr silage ns n part of their winter ration made grealer total gains than those fed on luiy and straw. of feisl menigiil througlo The nii ihe four )ear was ns fullows: t Corn slta o j ear. eh STABLE with to announce to my friend and ciutomcrs that I have jut opened a modern I VETERINARY HOSPITAL WITH HITCH AND FEED CONNECTED, STABLE where I am prepared to care for all iit hitches or can furnish hay or feed if desired. My veterinary office and hospital is located in jtisf t iwr Itye hay relll To) . Wheat strawCU Cotlonstesl meal The bulletin records felting test (but will be extremely valuahln In the fanner of l'euiis)lvunla, Ohio, West Vlrglnln. Virginia. Kentucky, North Carolina, Tennessee and the adjacent stute.i, and for them It doe much la answer tho ipiestlnu that puirled Him ml til friends. Tho bulletin may be to tho United hail on application .Slates Department of Agriculture at Washington. D. C. - hay I'1" )' I" the same building, which can be found on Uuford street, opposite Conn Brothers shop. Phone 317. Dr. Printus Walker LANCASTER, KY. d a Porker and Runt A plump little pig I a porker, but puny pl( la a rout. sjsal The Central Record. Lancastei , Ky Thursday Feb 24, 92 1 1 For That Cough DEPLORABLE 15,000,000 Chinese Are Subsisting On Dry Leaves And Tree J3ark. Every Kentucky designated ns n depository fer contributions tir" the China Famine Fund for the relief of the 10,000,000 (if the five famine stricken province in North Central Chum. This action with the sanction of the bonkers, was tnkeit nt th mvvtinK f th' Ht'wly HpMiHltl rxMuttvi stute. 'HirttUBh for th roinmitti f thin miUlM It ihhVm th Mimtluk' rontrikHitkrM vUtr, It to jmintwl wit ky Jnoh llHrm of IHifanrlll, Triiw-urp- r CnlrilHitp, fuml of lh hervRfter nwy hniul rantrikutiomi to their Iwnl iMnkvr mid rw will y thirm to .Mr. Maw. t the hnHMeni, Itoam l, Ittwnl t Tm.lr ItuiMinst. Uueivill. 'rh Ki t Dr. K. Y. MutliMs .prwiileiit of uthrH ltHrtlt T)twlrtl the .Vmlnary. i rhiminn, knvini; been MPIiointeii by l'reaidHt Wikmn. IteporU frm the Amerkan SliwW-le-r for-wiiKon-tuik- After the "Flu" Lingering colds and couglu that follow the grip or influenza nrc difficult to overcome, but miinymch uilTcrcrs have found relief In Foley's I loney and Tar Says It It Worth $50.00 BottU Wm fUrn... 5. Am im, Tm . writ... 'TtUf't llwr .nS T.f It uliM.lr Iht kt.l fMih rtnrtfr In Ih. w.rM. I knv IS,. It I Attuil t.ri.nc. t.tH.mImmI it U b. th UQ0O.l.(tl la It ImM m- Ktilr lnt(i....n I h.l iho Mh l.ll m. il with a iHi.LM twin Ik. couth hunt imi ami I tcm. much w.ffl n Smwt llMtr 4fi.4 m la trr ..J T.f .ftt I b.fan ttlifttf it la.t ih.M I ht? should bo made payable to Joseph or to represent tho State will be IlurKc, Treasures, and sent to the; taken up by the State Federation of Hoard of Trade HuildinR, Louisville j Women's Clubs at the meeting in or deposited with any Hank in Ken-- j Danville in May, it has been nounred. SIT DOWN A MINUTE AND THINK. POSITIVE PROOF Choutd Canvlnte the Crcatest Skeptic In Lancaster. of a Heeamm It's the evMi-Hfi- - Hunk ban been htt.n cart it ilti:n Size Up Your Condition Look At The Facts Plan On Foot To OrigiSquarely. nate A New Variety Of Tobacco. IT PAYS TO HAVE GOOD HEALTH Heeause of the fact that present vnritie. of White Hurley tabfleee, which are resistant to rtxit rot cannot be recommended for uenenil plantini- - either on new soils or lobne-- e sick sails, attempt are beimx made tn develop strains of the stand-u- p barley which wilt not have the ob jectionable features of the present resistant varieties, according to a jmper prepared by Dr. W. K. Valteau of the Stat Collet of Atriettltttr, nnd read before a meeting of th Field Crops and Fortiliaura section f tlie Association of Smithern Apri- cultural Worherm. According tit Dr. Valleau .1 typo is desired which is of the same quality on the beat sstila aa such strains as Kelley ami Judy's Pride ami whkh fat in addition a distinct stamlnp type as nearly emmane as possible from attack of rostt rot. The speaker declared White Hurley tobaceo xrnwer are Kradually the droopint; types of and Kmwini the standup type since those keep belh the upper and lower leaves otf the K round, thereby producing a hiclier Dr. Vallaeu tninlity crop. that the resistant varieties which have been tested in Kentucky under the direction of himself and Hoy MUton were Kenorally of poorer quality than the staadup types grown being coarser and darker. HeaultM of experiment conducteil at the State College of Agriculture during I0S0 under the direction of Dr. Valleau were given in the paper. Sixteen mother plant were used to Junto used in the experiproduce ment and some interesting: points brought out in the work, according to Dr. Valleau. The' (taint were the ease with which resistant typos can be secure! if a badly infected Held h at hand from which to make selection, the large number of distinct types which were secured from what was considered to be a single vnrictyof tobacco ond the apparent correlation between the brend-loafcstnndup type and the qualities sought in Hurley tobacco. eo 1 fl NEW TOBACCO The Ons Thing That Rsslly Counts, No man can afford to work for money nlone. Simply Accumulating wealth adds nothing pcrmnncnt to human welfare. Wealth Is only a mean to an end. It Is the purposo of Ufa that counts most. Grit. Most Men Will Remember That Hoys kmm nesrly as many untrue fhlnps as jrrown folk. Does anyone retnemher their saying that, "If a turtle got Mil of n boy's toe It wouldn't let go nntll the sun goes down)" Exchange. TisMlmtHir tw(mi4fUlr iMf.t4nJSut ttv.txt.ll. r.'. bt The ntMinsl merit The IhM I). 0. Handera, i eily itHtnKNHntit of Itesxl It: prwp irf lumber and y Foley's Honey and Tar COMPOUND It KM A II MS FAMILY R KM KI) Y, recommended for coiijhi, coVli, tickling i)l llir thtosl, ipsimodic croup, whooping cough, I grippe, and Itoncaisl coutu, huaricaru, etc. ANOI.I) All users firaise its (irowfit ana cjficieut action. Absolutely safe Contains no opiates. STORM ES DRUG STORE Ilr.1 Tliouiht In t)ruf I.ANCA8TKU, KY. not lMtiiHM, CampWIt Ht., I Jin meter, adjns: "I ha ttaed IKmn'a Kid-nalllls wlih ery iMtlletactory My ktdneya were ml of order ami I had dull, mtxitiiii: I alan had a socenean Just ami I hey worn river my kMne-Kldnoy In anion. man's Itlln. proetifmi at Stormea' DniK tho tnxiM Htnra relh-vei- l and iut my kidney in ginl rndltlo." I'riee Gfte. at all lalvr. Don't ... .a tCln VAM.ulw fut .IhiJi. I'llla the nam.! that IVmr's Kldn Mr SndT had Foster Mlllmrn Co. Mtrs. liHffalo. N. Y. hack-aelie1 Per plain evsiy day srtLUe cuss- V I'rMlHt WikKHt, state tlwt of the ing. General I)ave i "nam cues." t.fH.0tK3 poratMu wh nre without 14.0M-Mndif4MiU clathisw The opperinnity tha m r entirely without feul and ing at yenc door didn't rsperul when JitUHK only ny kiNtl of foi. jrm warbled "com in." It expeetod treiw. try Imvm nd hark fro you to get out mmI grab it. b) at I'ekinff. which hv lN rat4il TRUMPET VINE Flower Chosen By People To Represent Kentucky. kk fl, toie t roMditiati the failure of th bkt two crop ami What ii relief it will be tn Mr. (Courier Journal ) pprtMimainly lO.OW-(to- o Harding when the; inauguration Is now there ar Kentucky has n Stale (fewer but It wnmetated frM bniHron safely ever He won't have memtkfask it just what jtrer, they arc unable to leatre their in ber f b cabinet to worry nbout Im'U Tmrnpet vine, bluefraat btussom 'I he exeeuMe) committee wm aw and ir44Nrw4, esteh of Uhmhi Im M. S. Weh wm U nte-- l at the aseetiwK aameii the State llow-erta.le.l by Dr. .MutltsM, t.eflrsto W. KenUnlik many other State Norton having btei Urtfwinted Tbw tucky has no officially chosen Stnte ! 'l a rtiaii. The menstierr" are: Mr. ttewer. It takes an art of the Kecks DENTIST ' T .ltU 'Jn'. U'iiliiuai lUaek. lata re to make a State Hewer. OITic Th Garrard Hank, W A. Mill, W. K. Mormw, Mr been The trumet flower ha i'honv. Ofticn 5, Kr.tJ.nc 37C. K ll'lknap. KoSvard . Jwttt, the rlsosett by the people of Um State n KENTUCKY, LANCASTER. Ui tieore A. JapUn, lhib C. Dix, the Bower to represent Kentucky the Itrv I'. It. Hill aaU Hcm S. Vat4. That dplrM yu . i HATFIELD Cngllsh Superstition. (Kng.) euro for Harrow n donkey, with his The place the patient on it Tak. or her face towards Us toll nnd lead Huildrr. Red Illood It to h certain spt fixed on In yonr own mind three times running for three Hither ymt are in gowl health or succeeding dnys. , There's no half way. yoH are Yutt may think nothing of being a Discovery Credited to Cattle. little run down. It may not worry It wns owing to cattle refusing to pale. You may drink from an Impregnated spring on look yon if think yontl be all riht tomorrow Mpsoni common In 10IS thnt Epsom Doetnrs examsalt was discovered. r next day. Hut will you? rniiwiinence feel ined the spring, ami murlstiH-riicIt is when you do Certain of of their verdict nil the Just right, you are not right. There Kngland were hurrying to Kpsoin a l urobablr something the matter few years later to tnke the waters. with your blood. Ami while you can I get around and do your work you are I of Safety. leaving yourself open to any of the1 A goodGood Rulenfety Is to think of rule of diseases that are always waiting to' others a yiu move about. Persons take rMMaeaaion of rundown people. who do will not stop suddenly In easily1 the middle f th hlewnlk to pick up a ami When you are pale tired, when you cannot ertjoy your! pin or Mittio other trllle. The fellow )ou - I'kflr tn walk Into you meal, when you lose enthusiasm,, and both may lx Injured. They wilt your Mood needs attention. n for awhile. not start nrriw a street without lookTake wny Is clrnr. will build up, ing llrst to ! If the It U a great tonic. It your resistance to disease, and you Low Cost Night Light will soon feel stronger. The little red Hy tho Ingenious combination of t They bat-ti- e corpuscles are (iighters. small stendnwn transformer nnd an with disease germs and win out nutomohlln Incandescent hull), on Inwhen there are enough of them. ventor lins recently Introduced a night Keep your system well supplied. light which costs practically nothing Then you will keep well and you will to operate. Indeed, this light, operating on the stnmlard alternating curenjoy life. Hut be certain you get the genuine rent supply linen, hnrdty affects the tho cost Is negliAsk for It by the usual meter, hence gible. Good Supply Of Rich, It -- J Ulood Prpto-ManB- Moil Illness Are Prentrd Hjr A tl Stiswx n hooping cmigh lt An Old lrk nt. yu nt I I Pepto-Manga- Pepto-Manga- full name "Guile's Pepto-Mangan- ." or J.J.Byrne Exclusive. Optometrist -- er ! i OITic. Ilourt DANVILLE, J KENTUCKY. 'State. Opposite Gilchcr Hotel. 8 la 12 ami 1 ar our al- out that Um rhiM of n in the Orient aai in - in the Far KMt wotild twt their tr .tn tt the serrieo of the Unitoil i a mbwhsn-'ar- v Dr Hill who served ! Karen p4iit-- ( in China, JMn i ee to S p.m. J. A. Beazlev FUNERAL DIRECTOR 27 0I1W Over National Hank. Itcsidener l'lionr 3, Otllce Phone LANCASTER. KY. Dr. Printus Call. An.w.r.d Walker VETERINARIAN. Nil.l LANCASTER. "N'ot only U this feelwrt of love for America tn the mWiominen in ( hina. hut it t due t the Muare lenlmpi the Cbinuee bavr reeeivnl at the hamU of Amriean commerce. 'The railroaiU through Korea and I I'hma are built of American rail anl on them run llaUlwin locemo- tives tlrawini; froiuht and pacni;er a l i werKi, cars mnue y .merwan The Chinese look upon us a their benefactors in time of distress and through the elTorts of the American missmnuires nf every religious de ttominatlon, China m fast becominK I I Promptly Day or ChristmnixiHl." ComThe Kentucky Kxecutive Phon. 317. mittee has set as Its koiiI 1 00,000 KENTUCKY as a minimum for Kentucky. Checks the states, but the net of the people has not been reeoKiiised utflrt-allby Ue I.eKblnture. Ten yMirs age the bluscras blossom waa ehoten as the State (lower and mi named by the Legislature, Imt many perons objected to the because it represented only the HlueKrnss section of the State. It wns then that the trumpet vine was named. To the trumpet vine, with ita blossom and rich crecn leave, is given the unofficial honor. It crowa in every section of the State. Him bine over the mountain's cabin, swincini: from trees on blue-crafarms and shadim; tobacco shed in the "l'ennyrile." ThU tojrether with the fact that Kentucky' sens and daughters . nre about the glories of not reticent their State, probably accounts for the selection of the trumpet vine, it is said. The Koldrnrod also has been mentioned for the honor. Discussion of nn appropriate flow- - amn( y in tablet form. Accepted Definition. The liquid nnd The bureau of standards says that tablet have the same medical value. the momentum of n moving body Is delAHk for the name "Gude's" on the fined as the product of the mass of package. (Advertisement.) tho body times the velocity. An everyday definition of mnss ts the quantity Honest toil to a safe tonic. Go to of matter In the body, whereas the weight of the body Is tho force exerted it nnd brace up! on tho body by the earth. The mass 1020-2- 1 has of a body Is unchangeable, whereas the Ye, the winter of been a truly notable one, but darned weight Is zero both nt the center of tho if we knew why. earth and n great distances from the earth. An open mind to 11 stepping stone to an open heart, but not always to an open pockctlHek. TREES! TREES! Some people take It is convenient. it PLANTING. SPRING This is a good month in which to FOR begin worrying over what the next WRITE FOR OUR FREE CATALOG OFFERING. month will bring forth. FRUIT AND SHADE TREES ss Don't get the mistaken idea that SHRUBS BLOOMING you know it all. You never know FRUITS SMALL again. what your neighbor really thinks of GRAPE VINES Why do some people stand In you. PERENNIALS deadly fear of being struck by lightEVERGREENS If the federal treasury has hunning? It never hits the same person HEDGING dreds of millions of dollars availtwice. ROSES able for lending to Pauperized EuroETC. It begins to look ns if Senator Har- pean governments it would seem that Everything for the orchard, ding had given this good old town this some money should be available No agents. the go by. We haven't noticed the for the construction of good roads In lawn and garden. Good roads have a H. F. HILLENMEYER & SONS names of any of our brainy political this country. European promises lights shining among the cabinet definite value. Lexington, Ky. to pay have not. er. Kiss your wtte occasionally, brothIt will make you feel young Good Tobacco Bringing Good NO MARKET FOR INFERIOR. OR DAMAGED TOBACCOS. Prices We insist that these Grades be left at home for a later market. We will get you the highest prices to be gotten in the state. Daily Sales. Garrard CAMPBELL Tobacco Warehouse LANCASTER, Co. KY. STREET. Incorporated. Tandy Quisenberry, Starter. Geo. Brown, Floor Mgr. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky.. Thursday Feb 24, 92 1 1 G other people begin to take 10 they reach our shores. line stock in what you say and to .05 Obituaries, per line Congress appears to be in see things as you do. Then favor of keeping the immigra- you will soon have tlisaster tion bars down. That means Makes Them at least for yourself. of foreigners will Good Americans that millions among us, either But if you want better times seek homes 'and preach them, and When a foreigner comes to enriching us by their value as 40 out put the joy of confidence into this country to live, speaking good citizens, or causing us to only his native language, he is regret that they were ever ad- other hearts as well as into your own. The response will ready to be made into a good mitted. be just as great. American 05 into a disturber. When American officers Be a sport, and act the part. He knows practically noth- and men went aboard ship for ing of our manners, our cus- service in France they were What Do You Suggest? toms, our aims or our pur- - ... furnished with or-- , ' . . promptly ISummer evenings will bc poses. uis minu is open 10 der8 nnd pnml)hets containing .the influence that reaches him information thnt wouIll bc of along now almost before we rs value to them during their ser-- realize it. People who do not like to sit coming here he has V,CJ Refore Thcjse in al. oversea8. in n warm house on a hot night . led to believe that ours is' ... been a country where gold is plenti ly digested before the ships will naturafly get out of doors. But what will they do in this ful nnd is to be had for the reached their destination. It town? Where will they go? asking. He finds that gold is was a wise move. We should devise some plentiful, but that it is often The same policy adopted to means of public recreation and difficult to obtain. His boarding ward immigrants entertainment for the summer leaves a certain ships for this country would nights, preferably something disappointment and resentbe even more beneficial. in the open something that is ment lurking in his brain. If we are to admit these enjoyable and yet is both eleIn this condition many of home seekers from abroad we vating and instructive, some-Uiin- g them encounter that disturb- should begin at the start a ing element of our population that will make us better thorough system of American as well as happier. that is opposed to law and orization and the start Is the Somewhere in this town der and our established insti- port of embarkation. there is a good suggestion hidtutions. Their ears are filled We want good citizens, and den away under a hat. with vituperation and abuse not obstructionists and deGive us the Let it out. that is continually heaped up- stroyers. of it. 'It may be just government by the agion the benefit what we want. tators. It finds lodgment and Why Not Now? grows and in time becomes a part of their daily lives. This Within the next two or three1 S'iw Columbia Record at McRolierW. results in the creation of ad- years the government and the We will exchange Field seeds for ditional disturbers and obstruc- various state administrations corn at the market price. Iludton tionists. will undoubtedly be doing a and Farnau. Hut this condition could be considerable amount of con Coughs and Colds greatly obviatod if the govern- struction work of different often lead to ment would adopt a system of kinds. This is imperative in PNEUMONIA Americanization of foreigners a rapidly developing country Don't triflo with cither a coming to this country. such as the United States. cough or cold on the chest. A good way to begin would Just now there are three or l.UNGAItDIA Is recognized today na the Krcatcst remcdv ever be to have a small pamphlet four million men out of em offered for thcvrclief of such printed in the various langu ployment, and many of these conditions. It action is swift and certain, good for any kind ages and furnish a copy to each people are beginning to wonof cough nnd bronchial trouble. person when he applies for a der from whence the, next meal Onto used you will never accept a substitute. It is free passport. could bc will come. This from opiates and safe for chilSince vast sums of the pubhandled by our American con dren. The best druggists from Coast to Coast sell and recomsuls. The monotony of the lic funds are to be expended Iluy a LUNGAUDIA. voyage could bo enlivened by for public purposes, why not mend today nnd put It squarebottle an opportunity to- read in his begin now when there is such ly to the test. COc and tl.'iO bottle. native tongue of the country urgent need of immediate emFOR SALE BY which he hopes to make his fu ployment? McROBERTS DRUG STORE. ture home. (M7-4t.- ) The man in commercial life 1 was celebrated by the honor of 'Washington's birthdny, Special program were given in several of the grades. The school wan given a holiday Tuesday. We will have with us on the afternoons of High School Sewlnf Club Pror... Ing Rapidly. The High School girls Sewing Club met Inst Monday for the second time After their regular lesson they were a lady who will 'lecture oh interior decora asked by .Miss Slier to meet after school for n few minutes In order to tion and instruct in Painting, Graining and organize the club. After n few nominations for president, Stlppelening. Secretary and nssiirtant Sect., the vote was taken and Miss Irene Smith n electeil president, Ml? Come see how easy you can learn this in Mis Helen Gulley, a few minutes. I.ula Anderson, Secretary nnd Miss Ijivernc Dlckcrson, Assistant Sect. All arc very well pleased with the officers and we nil hope to begin the work right and continue it for we of money. Why not put some of it to wish to feel that we hnve well earned our credit. immediate practical use? Special Treat. AND I.nst Thursdny morning in chapel Mrs, Noland gave us several elec Sell your Tobacco on the Lancaster Market. It tions on the victroln, consisting of Don't talk pessimism. puts similar ideas into the "popular music of the day." We ap DG preciate minds of other people, and so much this music a great deal nfter "Grand Opera" nnd wish to such ideas create and uncer-Tht-s express our appreciation sincerely phnmphlct could be . so'.Utility Record The . , and hamper the ordi- - hoping to be honored again in the . $1.50 Year. wnuen as 10 give me im- nar progress liiued Weekly. of commercial near future. migrant a fair knowledge of Payable In Advance. Prices activity and expansion. what America is of the govn and The farmer is J. E. ROBINSON. Editor. If you enn't nee anything S. L .ELKIN. Local Editor and Mgr. ernmental protection he may good in the future get some sad, Because- prices ate so bad. expect if he becomes a good Entered at the Post Office in Lan- and law abiding citizen, of the other fellow to do your lookThe banker is discouraged nnd Mail ing for you until you can ad- tired caster, Ky as Second-Clas- s various opportunities in the just yourself to Matter. For there Is no money nnd times conditions business world Unit are open nnd acquire a better perspec- nre hard. to him, and of the snares and Lancaster, Ky., February 24, 1921 Coal is high and tobacco Is low. tive of atrairs in general. pitfalls that will be placed in If a man goes out in the And there is no one who will know his path by those who seek the Fort-eAdfli.mc Repf vfiUrtrte What the farmer will be thinking. morning and tells every perTHE AMERICAN PHESS ASSOCIATION disruption of law and order If nil the prices keep sinking. son he meets that he is sick, Rates For Political Announcements. and good government. and keeps up the fiction from When butter get to be ten cents per . pound By this means the immiFor Precinct and City Offices. .$5.00 day to day, it. will grow on him And coal Is fourteen dollars per ton be prepared in 10.00 grant would County Offices For until he is in reality, unlit for The farmer thinks he would like For State and District Offices.. 15.00 advance to resist the blandishtown business. .10 For Calls, per line ments of the discipJes of disor.10 It is so in the business world. Then for the office he could run. . For Cards, per line der, and we believe it would For all publications in the interAfter n man buvs some gasoline If you want to create disaster go fnr toward Americanizing individuals or expresso slim, est of go out and preach it until And looks at his pocket-boo- k sion of individual views, per these immigrants even before Then he thinks of his hair which Monday school In Learn to do your own Painting who makes the greatest In the one who cuts red stic-ce?- H Feb. 21st, 22nd, 23rd, 24th CONN BEOS. F1F1 tape and acta promptly in an The Kroatnesa of cmcrKcncy. this country is due mainly to the sagacity of just such peo ple. An emergency exists today which elfecta every state in the union. The matter of wholesale unemployment must be solved. Men must have work in order that they and their women and children may have bread. Cut out the red tape and put an end to quibbling. Put these idle men to work building good roads, constructing bridges, erecting public buildings, and in doing the thousand and one other things that arc needed at public expanse. The government has plenty Lancaster-Schoo- l WMISSHOLLADAY'SCANDIES'n 70 Notes u ui When You Eat PI Ui X 2 O H STEAK v YOU DON'T WANT TO GNAW ON LEATHER. H c WK SKI.I. STKAKS, NOT I.KATHKH. n OF THE 50 tfi AM. OF IT IS A ui Oim OTHRIt MKATS A KK SAME HIGH QUALIFY. PLEASURE FOIl US TO SELL YOU GOOD .MEATS. ItECAUSE WE KNOW IT IS JUST AS CHEAT A PLEASURE FOR YOU TO EAT IT. I pi in X t; o Ui UJ Z kir Currey & Gulley. I R.m11 H Pi 70 "LIVE LET LIVE FOLKS." Try The Other Tack. wsaiaiMVDs,AvavnoHsiwtfl Dr. E. L. Powell Is Honored. H' vniti Trili nr.ro nn fif ft (jinrmlr Ma riff!. Card Of Thanks. Central heart-broke- - We wish to thank our friends and relative for the kind words and The honor of being considered one sympathy shown us during the illness of the fifteen most eminent divines and death of our daughter and wife, in Christendom has been conferred "Mr. Storey llerron Storey llerron and Family. cn the Hev. Dr K. L Powell, pastor of the First Christian Church, l.ouis viltc. The selection was made by the For Itfv. Dr. Joseph Port Newton, until tecently mstur of the City Temple. London, England. His charge was s the foremost known Protestant Up-To-Dn- tc ... seems Is everlastingly needing n trim. When n man is out of employment And his bills of high price come In, Thn he thinks he has no enjoy- ment For he has no money he can spend. ,.. iin-1- ,i. disal-lusionmc- nt 1 A home talent play will bc given Thursday night at the Opera House, Girl An Old-FashionJan. 24th. for the benefit of the LanAnna- - Miss Prnc is a very propcaster School's Library. We would er young lady appreciate your presence so we hope much Grace- Very She so! Cremo Dairy Feed will make your to sec you there. and cow fie more milk. Iludton and wouldn't accompany a young man on Misses Marthu Ward Sweeney the piano without n chapron. HousVirginia Hcazley are very faithful to Farnau. ton Post They take his nttendnnce .Mr. Hovil. mil for him utmost every day. We feel that they are worthy of men tion because they never fall when called upon. Social News Items. Dcmmin. of Coving Miss Lillian visited Miss Hurchett the ton. past week-enMr. Milton Klliott. of Columbus, Ohio, visited the school last Thurs- day morning. Mr. Itovd had some of the boys at work Monday, shoveling snow off the roof of the school building. Miss Westover weighed the High She School nu tills the past week. ON intends to find the uverage weight of , the High school. Grins and Groans. PLOW GEAR, HARNESS, COLLARS, Senior "I am Just finishing n four-yea- r loaf." BREECHING, HAMES Freshman "Ah, so that's why you look crusty." the need in the way of tell me Miss Sexton "Eugenia, equipment. something ubout NcroT" Eugenia "Is ho the one in Nero my God to Thee?" ed - pulpit of the world. In its last issue the "Chr.stian Century," a Chicago publication an nouncr-that, during 1021 Dr. New ton would write n sericM of articles dealing with the live and works of the fifteen greater Christian .ministers of the world. Included tn the list with Dr Powell were Unv Kev. Drs. Frank W George A. Gunsaulus, Chicago; Gordon; W E. Orchard, termed the "Hernard Shaw of the Nonconformists of England," Charles E. Jefferson, New York; It. J. CamptM.ll, pastor of the City Temple, London; John A. Hutton, Samuel McCord, Bishop William Quayle anil Dean Inge of St, Paul's i.ondon. The article on Dr. Powell, it was announced, will deal with "his historic minister)' of the Gateway of the South; his fire, today as in the day of Elijah, the sign ofGod." The series is called "interpretations of the living masters of the pulpit Plumbing, Heating, Guttering, Roofing, and all kinds of Repairing, Tin Work SEE OR PHONE P, B. mms (.ancaster, Ky, Quick Service and Good Wurk K, Farmers Attention CUT PRICES that farmers and everything farm Gertrude attend his Latin chro "Why didn't Mr. Uoyd this ufter- - noon?" Lucille "He's sick." Gertrude "What complaint?'' "No complaint, everybody Lucille is satisfied." Muvmu nnd Earl were out riding nnd Karl told her to look out and see if the front tire was Hat. Maymc, (glancing out) "It Is flat on the bottom but it Is all right on top. "What Robinson MUt meaning of trickle?'' Cluude Klct "To run slowly." "What is the Hoblnson Mis meaning of nnecdoto?" Claude Hice "A short tale." Miss Itobinon "All right, now make a sentence containing both of them." Claude Rice "The dog trickled down tho street with a can tied to hit anecdote." Is WE NEED THE MONEY. NEED THE GOODS. YOU Come, in and we will save you money. our harness department goes in this sale at special low cash in Everything prices. tho . HASELDEN BROS. Sell your Tobacco on the Lancaster Market. - E The Central Record, Lancaster Ky. Thursday, Feb 24, 92 1 1 . Miss Jnne III lackey, who has The Lancaster Building & Loan ASSOCIATION. lncMpmlfl Takes Mortage Loan from IU members on weekly or monthly Installments. Own n home pnld for out of rent money by being an Investor In the tanrniter Huildlng ami Ionn Association, if not n borrower and wantja saving account Invest your weekly or monthly wiving. Your savings will soon be large enough to draw Interest. for three weeks ,has recovered much to the gratification of her numerous friends. The II. V, P. U. of the llaptlst Washington' church celebrated birthday with n party nt the llaptlst pnrsonngc on Hichmond nvenuc Mon-dn- y evening The decorations were In patriotic effects nnd were especially pretty. Music nnd gnmcs were played during the evening. The patriotic color was carried out in the Ices nnd cakes. About forty guests r. were present, for the delightful tif-fai- Jccn Classified Column RATES i J. K. KOIUNSON, President Wm. 8. HOI'J'KIt. Sec't. & Tres. Sell your Tobacco on the Lancaster Market. Single Insertions 1c a word No ad taken for less than 20c In this column. No ads in this column charged. Seven Insertions for the price of five. Phone orders must be paid promptly. JlXOQOO KIOOOOOOOOOSX. X Oliver Killing Plows... JG0.00; Oliver Walking Plows $18.00; 3lnch One pony, cart nnd Mogul wagon Wo sell f 130.00. Mrs. Clara Prather. hnrness. godos at cost. J. It. Mount & Co. FOK KKNT: Five room bunga-lowith bath, lights nnd water, on Maple avenue. Possession nt once. All persons having claims against Mrs. Harry Anderson. the estato of Willis Turner, deceased, prrsnt them to the undersigned, FOK SALK: Mixed clover nnd properly proven ns required by law, timothy hny, $18 per ton. or to my Attorney, (!. C. Walker, Mrs. K. K. Dnnicls or Frnnk Phillips, Lancaster, Ky. Stnnfojd, Ky, FOK SALK: N.w Columbia Rscords at McRobsrti. Notice. Walter Turncs. Admr. Mnmmoth Pathfinder, Defender, nnd Sensation Durocs sows, bonrs Willis Turner, deceased. LUMBIN .Steam. Hot Water and Furnace Heating ROOFIN(!, GUTTERING SHEET METAL'WORK. STOVE AND RANGE REPAIRING. Shop Phone 60. c. d. McCarthy Lexington St. fort, Lancaster, Ky. Ntw Columbia K.cord. at McRolwrL. Gossip About People vvv A BrUI Mrs. Kohcrt Armstrong, of Frankis the guest of her sister, Mrs. Kmma Francis, 0n$s nd Mixtion ol the CaflUngt Wy TImw Wt Aft latmitid In. i. it m a ti.ii iruiu Miss Kthel Walter ... n in .m. ter, in Lexington. has returned l.'... l. nHunviii l'l. .ti Nw Columbia Mr. Julian Krcord. at McKolwrL. Anderson is ut honV The many friends of Miss Sallie Tillett are sorry to hear of her III ness at her home In "Hill Court." from Akron, Ohio, Mr. Chenault Klmorc relatives in Shelbyvtflc. Mr. Henry Sehultee, uf Somerset, was here several days visiting his Is vitlfing mother, at the home of Mr. nnd Mrs. .V. Miller. spend-ing Miss Klixabeth Simpsan, of Stan ford, hns been spending a week with Mr. ami Mrs. U. I). Simp.on, on Itlch Mr ami Mrs. 0. II. Swlnebroad rooml avenue. t Have been recrnt visiters in Danville. MiM Cora C. Koop has returned to Mr and Mrs. Kaymoml llatelden her home at Cartersville after spend' ing a few days with Mr. and Mrs. were visitor in Crab Orrhard J. II. Hamilton on the Lexington week. Mrs. J W. Acey kn been a few days In Stanford. lat road. League of the The Kpworth Methodist church will have an ex ington. change at Miss Minnie llruwn'n store Miss Kebecca Williams has return- Saturday, ISGth. Everything Feb. ed from a visit to her sitter, near good to cat. . Paint l.irk. The many fiends of Miss Cindy Itrv. and Mr. Hurry Hudson have Wilson, of Paint Lick and vncinity returned from a visit tu relatives in wl'l be sorry to learn of her being Flmlncburg. very ill with pneumonia and hope she will soon be out again. Dr. Jack Onuny hns returned from n business trip tu Washington, D. C. Mr. ami Mrs. Harry Tomilson have and Chlcagu. returned from Lexington where they were railed to the bedside uf Hon. Mr. Luther linger and famHy have It. II. Tomlinson, who continues criti moved from Onrrard county to their rally ill nt the hospttnl in that city. farm near llurgin. Mr. Itoirrr Ilourland. of Lancaster Mis-- i Mary Mae Walker, of Paint visit to nrrifil today for a week-enLick, Is the guest of Mrs. J. K. J. W. Ilourne, Jr., and also to vi.it on "Hill Court." his mother, who is at the Danville Mrs. I.ige Ford and children have and lloyle County Hospital. Dan been spending a few ilays with her ville .Messenger. parent, Dr. and Mrs. J. H. Kinnaird. The Junior It. Y. P. U. of the Hup Miss Kathleen Walter, who hns tW church were entertained last Fri been the guest of Misses Mamie and day evening nt the home of Kev. and Kthel Walter, has relumed to Lex- Mrs. Clarcncf'Strothcr, on Hichmond Delicious ington. KcfrcshmcnU avenue. were served and the evening proved Miss Mamie Scbaitinn, of Cnrrnrd a moot delightful one. county, wns a recent visitor of her brother, Kev. D. F. Sebastian, in Friends of It. II. Tomlinson, who Hurgin. hns been confined to n hospital In Lexington for the past two months, Mrs.J;:thid W. (istt and little 'will regret to lenrn that he is not re. daughter, Maurine, have been the guests of her sister, Mrs. l N. covering as rapidly as they hod hoped. Ills son, Harry Tomlinson Miller. wns over to see him lust Tuesday. Mrs. Joe. Francis has returned Miss Kthel Lev ere Itaney inter from n most delightful visit tu her tained at her home on Hill Court sisters. Misses Allie and Mary Arnold ,in Colorado Springs Colorado. Saturday afternoon in honor of her tenth birthday. Thosu present were Lee Mrs. It. K. McKobcrts has return- Nancy Thomas Lear, Mary ed from n pleasant two months stay Dunn, P.lsie Hatfield, Corn Hudson Kelly, Mrs. with her daughter, Josephine lluckner Schoolnr, Lillian Spindle and Mr Spindle in Norfolk, Itaney, Johnetta Sanders, llerudena Virginia. Kngla .and Mnrjorie llnstin. d Mm. George 1). Itobinton has reday stay In Lexturned from-nfe- xn&om and gilts. The biggest money makers in the world. Ask for literaThe following are the out of town New six ture. Write or phone FOK SALK or II K.ST: 14. TIIK people who attended the funeral of room Ilungnlow on Hneldcn Heights (iLKNWOKTH FAKMS, Hurgin, Ky. Mrs. Storey Hrron last Thursday: W. H. Mom, Jr, Mr Loyil Noel, of Springfield, Mrs. A man to TKNANT WANTKD: Kay Shackford i.nd J. K. lluntun, of Nw Columbia Records at McRobartt. rnise six acres of tobacco nnd about Hnrrodshurg, Mrs. Florence llaltard Pure Ilred White Itock eggs nt 26 ncres of corn. He must furnish and son, Gohel, of Ilrynntsville, Mr. 11.00 per setting. Phone .107. team nnd tools. Will provide grass Samuel Herron, of liwrcnceburg, Mrs. II. P. Swope. for team nnd cows. Good seven Middleton nnd Mr. Miss Kllzabcth FOK SALK: Plenty of No. I room hounc. W. K. Lcnvcll, John Middleton, of Jackson, Mich., It.pd Iincnster, Ky. It. 1. and Mrs. W, A. Coleman and daugh- timothy tiny. Phone 14. CMM-U.- ) John T. Hicks. ter, Nnncy, of Danville, KOOMS FOK KKNT: ONE Inrgc FOK IlKNT: Four nice rooms, room for any kind of business, three Mrs. Samnntha Sebastian, mother of Mrs. N. K. Ilogie, of Umcnster, furnished or unfurnished. Phone adjoining same for light house keepMrs. Printus Walker. ing in Paint Lick. ' shared honors with the "Father of 111 7. W. F. Parks. (217-tf.- ) our Country" Tuesday being eighty-seve- n S03 Ku.it Mnin St., Itichmond Ky. years old. A magnilicicnt FOK SALK: Two long yearling birthday dinner was given at the Aberdeen-Angu- s I offer for sale my FOK SALK: Will sell bulls. home of her daughter, Mrs. Ilogie on cheap. Koynlly broil. He is G well bred Jack Caldwell. Itichmond avenue in her honor. MM-t- f hands high, blnck, Jess W. Sanders.- - years old, l!i-Mrs. Sebastian Is a gentle nnd sweet with white, good breeder. Phone I nm standing n Registered Jersey H25-A- . character and n most remarkable Clnrencc Heazlcy, It. F. D. No. No. 3, woman in many respects. She is in Hull, longing Fork, Kalelgli Ky. 187,018 at $3.00. J. K. Sanders splendid health and hearing very Hubble, Ky. She has one child, Mrs. Nath ilogie, three granhildren, Mrs. For sale or exchange for well Im- FOK SALK: One pair of horse Jesse Hill, Jesse Uogie, OHie Ilogie proved farm: A house on Maple1 mules, three years old nnd one pair nnd nine grrnt grandchildren. Only Avenue in Danville, 10 rooms,1 the family were present. The dining of mnre mules two years old. furnace, lights, wntcr, gns, bnrn nndl W. T. King room was decorated in thrv National (IMOIU.) Price Normal, other outbuildings nnd large lot. colors, flag and miniature canons Georgia Anderson, Danville, Ky. FOK SALK: Good white oak The tnble usi covered fcith n runner fencing, gntc slats, boxing nnd fram303 Maple Avenue. of red, white and blue cloth, and had ing any length desired. Get MALE IIKI.P WANTKD: for it center piece n Venetian vase Mike Kogers, Ijincaster, Ky. busy, keep busy. Is your Job unon a mirror filled with red flowers safe? Is it permanent? You want and ferns. The plnce cards were g business. You can get inhand painted in cherries and hatchets Would like to a FA KM WANTKD: with the date and tied rent l.'iO or 200 ucres farm on shnres. to such n business, selling more thnn Many red randies Have four steady boys, and do pur 137 Watkinn products direct to farwith red ribbons. were placed on the tnble nnd the own work. See or write J, A. Conn, mers if you own nuto or team or enn get one, if you .give bond with perNntionnl colors were carried out in Jr., Hox 77, (.nncustcr, Ky. sonal sureties. We back you with the Ice cream and the cakes were (1 big selling helps; 52 years in busiiced in tne two ilates. ahe receivAm compelled to meet City ness; 20,000,000 users of our proed many appropriate gifts. Mrs. Se bastian was gowned in n black silk bills and mutt ask those owing ducts. Write for Information where with lace collar, anil wore a comb me to settle at once1. This you can get territory. J. K. W ATKINS CO.. Dept. Ill, and brooch each one hundred yean meant you if you owe me. Winona, Minn.; old. May this most excellent woman Rella Arnold Francis. live to hav many more hnppy re turns of the day is the wish of her many Cnrrnrd friends. DC DC DE 3 e. CJ.17-14t.plife-lonIKS4-1U21 20-tf.) Frost Proof Cabbage Plants. Wc have millions of the finest open field grown plants ready now. Early Jersey, Charleston Wakcficlds, Flat Dutch. Parcel post pnld, 300 1000 $2.G0. $1.00, GOO $1.G0, Express 2000 $3.D0; G000 $7.G0; 10,000 $12.G0. Send for price list Sweet potato and tomato plants. Parker Fnrms, Moultrie, On. 1. Notice. At ii meeting of the Stockholders of the adjustable Sight Oil Feeders, held in Wednesday night, Feb. 0th., the stockholders represents ing more than the stock were pruscnt und voted to disolvc said corporation. All persons having claims against said corporation present claim two-third- ' 22 12th., 1021. A. D. Joseph, Sect. 3t. Notice. To The Public: W. O. Anderson nnd It. U Hill have formed n partnership business to be known ns "Paint Lick Milling Co." to be operated at the old Hur-nn& Kucker Mill nt Paint Lick. Ky. We are well equipped for grinding meal and feeds nnd will enrry for sale or exchange a line of meal, flour, feeds nnd coal, will pay the prevailing market prices for corn nnd other farm products taken in exchange. We have for our miller Mr. Ollie Honln, who hns been n miller for several years and is well known by the people of this vicinity ,nny patronage we have will be appreciated and handled In the best possible manner. Very Respectfully, Pnint Lick Milling Co.. It. m DC Judy Tinder. The wedding of Louis 0. Tinder and Miss Willie Judy was solemnized In North Middletown nt - o'clock Saturday afternoon nt the residence of the parents of the bride, Mr. ami Mrs. H. F. Judy, the Kev. F. M. Tinder otficnting. The wedding was n iuiet atTuir, only members of the two families being present. Pol lowing a brief trip to Cincinnati, the couple will be at home to their friends in North Middletown. The groom is well known here. where he lived for several years nnd wns very popular. He Is n brother of Mrs. II. F. Itoblnson. of thi city. King-Rem- WHEN SOMEBODY'S SICK don't want to take a chance with the man who will take a guess at it, or oiler yon something "just as good." You know there's a vast difference in the QUALITY of drugs, and you also know that You when it is a human life at stake NOTHING WILL TAKE THE PLACE OF THE BEST. S y. The marriage of Miss Mnqicttn King, of Crab Orchard, nnd niece of Mr. - C. King, of Hubble, to Mr. Frank Itemy of Ohio, wus consumat-e- d at the home of the bride Inst Saturday. The beautiful bride Is well rememwhere she atbered in tended High School and graduated with honors in 1'Jld. Her legion of friends will Join the Hecord in wish ing this hnppy couple many years of usefulness pnd happiness togeth er. Thats Where We Come In U I We give you und yours the same attention in the matter of Drugs and Prescriptions we give our own llesh and blood. We are careful in compounding; we carry nothing that we are ashamed to recom mend. Baptist Church Notes Sunday morning the pastor will speak on the subject "Pressing On." The evening topic will be, "Why do people turn nwny from Jesus?" The entire public l invited, and it Is hoped thut large audiences will be present ut both service. A week of prayer for Home Mis- Hons will be observed by the local Woman's .Missionary Union, begin Our Line Is Complete carry a complete line of Rubber Goods, Toilet Articles, Stationery, Perfumes, Toilet Soaps and we will back our prices against those charged for similar goods anywhere in the country. "We also Cash H Raising Sale f ning Sunday uftvrnoon at three Auto Oil, per gallon ?5cts. Auto Tires as low as $8. House Paint, per gallon $ 1 .98 International Stock Food in 25 pound bags at 8cts per pound. o clock. An interesting program hns been made for every evening of the week. The W. M. S. will have chnrge of these programs. The Y. W. A. will render two programs and the S. A. the same numbers. During the week the services will begin each evening nt 3:45 excepting on Satur y meetday, which will be an ing. All the ladles, young ladies mid all-da- OUR SLOGAN-SAFE- TY C& SERVICE STORMES DRUG STORE. First Thought In Drugs. Established 1853. Phone 39. DC DC girls of the church are expected to be present as often a possible, SANDER'S VARIETY STORE Ji I Tenant to crop for I furnish teams and tools. References required. Itay Hall, Stanford, ky. It. No. 4. me this year, WANTED: Lancaster, Ky. DC J.'JM't.pd. ' Phono 4711. 1,. JSSJSJSSVHM The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday, Feb 24, 1921 Heads State Drive To Feed Chinese liifc&aj&&. The Dreams Ahead Whnt would we do in this world o our Were it not for tho dreams ahead? For thorn nro mixed with blooming flowers No mutter which path wo trend. And each of ut ha his golden Knl Stretching far Into tho year; And ever he ctfmh with hopeful soul With alternate smiles und tears. That dream abend l whnt holds him Our Methods Rheumatism Comes From Tiny Pain Germs It firmly fixed In First of aU, your mind that all tho liniment in the world hare no rlTcct what ever on nhcureatntm. A very common form cf Ilheu- mati.m Is caused by million of tiny direnso perm which Infest thw blood Tho one and only scmlblo treatment, therefore. I onu which cleanse the bloo.1 of them Kerms, nnd routs them entirely out of tho circulation. are Modern Wc do not hesitate to chnngo the method of handling our accounting nnd other clerical work, if by o doing increased efficiency and economy will result. A large it up Through. nltfht, When I' storms of n conilc part of the work that once was done slowly and painstakingly by hand is now handled rapidly and with far greater accuracy by machines. A much larger working force than wc now have would be required to handle our business if wc still employed methods. Wc do not aim, however, to let the increns-c- d use of machines cnuic us to grow machine-lik- e In this in dealing with our customers. always to remain intensely respect wc intend human. S' & Ms htH nre preyed to tho woroiwoad' rup And clewls mit out the HkM. To om it's h dnmm at hih mtutc, To wmr it's a dream of wealth; To some it's n dream ef a truco with fat In a cowwtwm sourest for health To mmu it's a donm of heme and wife, Ta me it's a crewn ubeve. The dream ahead are what make each life Ihv tiri ama, and faith ,and love I " tory, Atlanta, This It why SAS, ihc frreatest known Idooil purifier I so successful In tho trentment of Ithcuma-tlIt Ii n powerful cleanser of tho blood, ami will remove th o cerms that rauie your Ilheu maUsm, tuTordintr relief that It Rcnulnc. S.S.S. It Mild bv nil Freo literature an.f mnllc.il advlcn can be had by wrltinir to Chief Mcillcal Adviser IM Swift labors. ills-ras- ,lm.l. (mi. Legume Production Boosts Grain Yield. ; P nn&m iPMir ir. S DUmJ lYiE3r . The Garrard Bank & TrustCo LANCASTER, KY. GOOD NOT NECESSARY ROADS PROGRAM HAS NOT FALLEN DOWN SAYS STATE ASSOCIATION. kaHrm sa their nwb crop annually. Ilemerer. rjly t.e'frwtn the ilHNsttWe saaaly af the acre in ton produce Iwxamr where- - air a at leatt one arre in four should. e After aafttyinK wluca k be i Collefte af ARrieulttire. i t Accordiatr U ngare bMee. by . free by tfcia the peeialai, Kewtacky pratac ,M.nrHiurlR Winn Kentucky fanner realise suppiir nitreen k htwn Wjr the' the value of leirume nnd grow more fart that thl element tw to o mem larxer ami more profltabe four time a much a aay aer Brain crop will be prtwlure.1 en ( fertilising In atMIUn t farm of the State a a result af the 'tat the atwr crew Mi u .nereneI fertility of the toil, - nvea tiase m maeh artrenini a tt ceHini: ta statement mad by SUs dym (msMtAiHWM which may Ken- 1 spticcnit mi uw ataote tucKy rnMr are lrm4r supply iiilropen which i deflelent on many Kenturky oil. aerenllni; tn the xTiIM. The imiwrtnncc of ttrowmic a crop which rtmorre and rt elt-mf- ,i.. it tarasmk ami. ... tie ail. llme-itoa- Dlt. wa. MI'LUNS I)) fret-Mea- u t chairman Kaiid. for the "hin Thl lampalgn which WIIwmi. I In Kwlnine to rale mney to feed th Wtnn.iMl .'hlnee now fai n death frrnti atari launched 000 acre letimc m Kentucky In addition to (reducing panture irp tnay le arrown. and hay of hie' oualitv lerume the specialist used to craw thl crop, wy peciniiM. mi would mean l..'aU. the,tUl to their urrtfwl prtxtue- lion of red rloer. v.yhean an. I other similar letftime iwt rlrr a- - ur.lin- - to Manure Worth $6.60 Ton Say Specialists. m light applications of four to six ton per acre. Crop of large mon- FATHER POISONS HIS STARVING CHILDREN experiment conducted for number of ears on the Bureau experiment Kcctuckian Receives Letter From tield Ketitutky C.mhI located near Uerea. Manure Notes tt Iulltlr. Ky Th the first organ! I ma China Telling of the Horrible ued at the rate of six ton per acre 7.4.I..11 in lh Mult- in cutM fHlrulo It nnd applied on the corn tn a rotation From nrt oh the criMUiiM of a Slate I lien-waFamine Conditions There of corn. .ovoan. wheat and clover.' ibo WttiMInf f a bushel' A plate of apple reined by a hiirh S.atr-wid- IrianmHt of hlhMjK. It lia nroduccd an increase ef kIhm of corn. 1,607 pound of soybean hay school twy of Ohio county won the ev4 thf HHiteHieiK for mhI rood m recent school Keatiuky low40,000,000 FACE DEATH and ASS jwunoNi of clover jier acre , hiKhtest premium at theAgent M. U iu( in t arow fmm n into volrtw cry-a' County wiktrrnemi a ood a compared to erop on similar land '",r ",'l ' MeCracken em f hlrtwaj ailnunistmiliia as I in cooperatioti with farm- where no manure was applied. . f ' Stat, J that vicinity. Valuing corn at $1.00 a bushel and So dreadful nre the famine condi- v Natur.il!. locwtW wilh all otli.-. nn ... i jii u i.i l KpHtorkiaUii. It tiiMtilrhhl!i lui Imhii tions In CliiUJ. a father iwUoncd Ills Ihone contlucting the demonstrations two-da- y Chautauqua this coming much ontrcmed rertttilly by tb rvtea' family to suo them from tin- - nulTerlns have estimated tlmt the increase in ; summer, nccordlng to a roMrt from etl report made to the public and the of starvation. Tin- - IO.inA),tiriO people crop preductien wag vnlued at $30. no County Agent V. It. Whitlow. prti that the wtmte )Iiih Is "golns to )Ht" lark of fond und tlmt Warron county farmer are who face starvation now are bcglmilni; per acre per rotation and that the manure was worth $fi.C0 per ton per the organization af a the ottly thlfts that utll ae It will illo from the dreaded typhus. to an extra omIhi of the Ux1lat'iro rotation. Cnntelopc C5 rowers' Association ami MthiHlt to a i.le of tbe fioople a These conditions are described In a In speaking of the result of the have asked Counfy Agent W. II. In hMid lne enttHMletl nt .tnywhen- - fmm letter to the Iter. Dr. K. V. Mulllns. experiment. from the Soils nnd Itoger to assist them in forming the VJ.O"l.l to tMi'M"). Ixibnllle, chalnnan for Kentucky of Crop Department of the State Ex- organization. Inntl3atlnu nuue by Kobfrt J the China l'amlne Fund, and alio are periment Station have stated that rresldnat of tb (Io.hI lto.nl Jerscv five nurt'-brethe fart that " told of In tie report of the American manure should seldom be used alone. recently distributed to club members' not imly la Soil In practically all part of the itot In iietil nf Tuylor county by County Agent a bund Minister at I'oklng ent to President of Ihc t build mad, but that State are much In need of lime and J. I Miller. Wilson. The campaign to nave. the it now ha mure money for thl pur-h-- i phosphate and the specialists have ixtiple from starvation was launched und I liiillilme nturr mud unit John I.eet of Tuylor county will declared that these should be applied by the l'resldcnt. conduct n corn variety test on his bolter roads than eier ("font In It when possible. When lime, manure If tbe present m ran be 10,000,000 Are Children. nnd acid phosphate were used on the farm in cooperation with County Ketitiiik)' entire )tem of Agent J. I.. Miller during the coming The American MlnUter htate that experiment field there wns return of hUhwuy will bi fiirnpteti-- wittiln th of tliU number. lfi.cmM'uO arc suhbrt-lo- $1.10 per dollar invested after de- summer. next ten year. Farmer in I'owell county nre Actual conilltlonx u taken from the on dry leaxc and 10,000,000 of ducting $0.60 per ton for manure. tbom arc children. This gave it net return of $8(5.53 per contemplating wowing more grass oUlclal record are a fullown: Dr. .Mutlin say thl famine Is the acre including the value of the and oats to take the place of tobacco, Total State Aid Itoad KiiimI according to a report from County greatest since the one In ISTt) when ninnure. now mnllalde for road construction .....rAlOO.USHU "the world stood aghast at the death ' Those conducting the experiment Agent II. II. Harrison. ind of millions by starvation and cold. at the Herea field have stated that Approximately $1,800 worth Of Total Fedc-i- l Itnnd now available for road Hie horror of Hint year are at our much of the value of manure depends gra sceil was recently distributed 2,tCSfiT-construction ery door," he said. upon how the material Is used. The among Carroll county farmer. The County appropriations Tho area inxohod 1 larger than returns were much greater when the seed wa ordered by the farmers thru made but not yet under I'ranee and embrace Shantung, Shun- - material was used on poor land and the local Farm Kurrau. contract AS.T.0il I'hlhll and Ilouan. A Ir. a le.ter ava'lable mad Total ycMinl) b Or Mil lln. fund Thl ilreudful famine follows flvo The State lllshwny iMpartmont dur Million of ' ,1mm of crop failure. Ing ll'-- 0 bits had under contract n total fneii, women and i hlldren are euting of rt!l.VM mile of I'edenil and .State ,th Inst of their dry leaven. Th winA'd Road nt a total cost of $7,iW7, MiT-- ll mileage .117.8 ha Of thl ter here an- - very ihl hut ihee peo- been cotiiplete-l- . pie haie itu fuel they difKMid nn Ill addition, the State Highway Deff.s auU xooIIhiiic Hialk to t cooperated with th"! partment ha tiiclr hut thi--y bare neltlier. SHOE REPAIRING counties In the maintenance of lOt.iil Typhus Upon Them. mile of state hlshwuy built under the AH work done by Electrical Machinery and provision of the fanner Stute Aid I t U nt ours but their. "This iipiH-aMaintenance Iiw. all work guaranteed. to Tlcntxln, I passed from Tetho of tho year lf--t At the there wait only barrenness wheat had th State Ulchway Iepartiuent ba WE MAKE NEW SHOES OUT OF GIVE US A CALL. U'cn sown In some few pot, but 'It U vwmnleted urvey nnd tilan nnd in OLD ONES. Richmond street next to Poynters Ttore, ready to advertlne for bid mi U7 7 a lotu; wait until harvt time aud now nillevf Feileral and State Aid llitiil, typhus Is upi us. Survey have been nude ami plum "I foond ono very pathetic rane. J partially completed for an additional The cow that hud kept the family alie XHJf mite or kucii rim a nmi urey for month, failed to clve milk fur lack huo be'n completed on nnotber II-- " of feed. She had to be iwdd for a trllle, mile. Tho father prepared a uood meal of There ba been favorably rejMirled BANK, dumpllncs for his family. by the Itoads Committee of loth tbe Ills little daucbter atkod how It was l.'nlted States Mouse of RepresentaOP LANCASTER KENTUCKY. tive ami tho United State Senate :i that they weru havUti: nuch good food bill Increasing by U10(X),0U0 per yetir after weeks of hunger After they had Corntr Public Square and Danville Street. tbe Federal npiroprlatlon for roads. eaten, be told them that he bad put SURPLUS $60,000.00, CAPITOL $50,000.00 If thl bill become a law, Kentucky's Klson In each dumpllni; and all would Federal Aid iuota will bo Increased noon be out of their miner)'. He could WE STRIVE TO SERVE. nnniially. The amount procot bear to see them starve und they eclal statu duced by general nnd when I arrived. weru dead each L. G. Davidson, Cashier. taxes will of nerelty 'ncrt-UK"Helta send money for thee poor year. J. L. Gill, Asst. Cashier, Wm. F. Miller, Asst. Cashier human beings. The rullroad Into Kentucky tn the ast year ha had Mrs. N. H. Hamilton, Teller and Book-keepe- r. Manchuria will haul wheat free of tH,(0O,0Oi) lo spend for roads, and there I every reason to believe that within charge but we havent enough money DIKECTORS the next three year Kentucky's anto buy the wheat." W. P. Champ, D. F. Hudscn, Pres. J. J. Walker, nual ro.id fund will be not less than Dr. MjSIUoji baa sent an appeal to L. L. Walker, Shirley Hudson, J. W. Sweeney S. G. Glbbi, ftO.0UU.0O0. the ctetxy of Kentucky to relate the For the first time In Its history Kenexperiences of thl missionary. Joseph w tucky not only ha a completely ROLL OF HONOR ON llurge, treasurer of the Famine Fund, equipped State Illehway Department, DEPOSIT HERE AND SAVE YOUR MONEY. sends the fund to China through Ue but all of the money that Is otMhrfl U WaXilcjloa. Mat DcpurUueot al administer It successfully. ey value such an truck or tolmcco GIVES naturally iravc In rice money return McBYRDE FIGURES That manure ha a diclinct value even with reltlvely small yied inn imreacinK crop prmluetien in Ken-iu.- crease. The lterea experiment tied i typi- Kentucky Compares Favorably With is shown by the result which Other Sutes in Record of Construe, Have Wen obtained by the Kentucky cal of the llat land adjacent to the tlon and Prospect For Ample Funds Agricultural Kxpriment Station in upland bordering immediately upon to Continue For Not Ten Years. lllue (ira region. the a Your Prescriptions BE VERY CAREFUL WHO FILLS THEM Take No Chances When Administering Medicine To The Sick. Kentucky Farm Here And There AswM-tnUo- - -- e - Inferior medicine never ,saed n life, sittitifled a scientific physician or hi patfent. We u. the heat medicinal preparations that the market aHonls. In doing we are serving the heat IntoreaU of the Doctor, the patient and otirxehes. Hring your prescription to um. ''" - McRoberts Drug Store Curious MattsrpUcts. Altofltthtr a Ruty rsmlly. I.lternry masterpiece have been nvhm It tho IMtt'n rmlly dnlnc written on trniire mellnm. Smart's atkeil Sir. Join- - of her nelrh-hopM'tn. "Soiii to tfcivld." wa written 'The wife l wrlilnc iwemi that with a ker on the walls of a mad- - ootxxlr will rrml, th ilauetiter I paint- son- - )ng plrtttre that nolx-- lr hou". I'lertdse I'nct" wrote will Mir. the net on a wrap 'f MweeL son i writing pier that ixtboily will pot on tbe stage, nntl itr- - tiHbntMl I "War Lords" Vleld Kitchen. writing cheek that cio4Mly will easn," Ttie tlrl.l kitchen nf William Ilohen. wa the ttartllnr rHlr tollern, which followed the former fr Br c. il M,a. '' y. , main-taliuil- g Tl bj: , h'-u- Manley and Wilson SHOE HOSPITAL about knlner In nil hi wandering Early Name for Cranberrltt. Kurope ilnrlns the nur. ba been sent John Joelyn. an l!ngtiti traveler to the L'tilliMl Htnte. Tbe trophy ts tn be added tn n notnble collection of and tiaturnlltt who rltllmt New ling, land In MIS am) wrote an account war relic In WaMilncton. of Its "Rarities," aay: "CraiifMrry. or bear berry (hccaii bear usol Nickel Highly Prlrtd Mital. l a amall Nickel Is recardetl a one of tbe most much to feeil upon them) trayllng plant that grow In salt cteful metal, though It lack the marshe that are nrergrown with prewtlec of silver and cold. It ts mo. Tlie brlcht and hnnl and noncorroslre and them much, Indian and lingllah us boiling them with migar In combination with Iron It has been In treat demand for war equipment for sauce to eat with thHr meaL" and for bridge and other structural work. Lendon'i First Thtater. It I n little dlRlcult to reallre that In tendon, the Mecca of the Kngltth-peakin- g Vlalat Traffle Laws. theatrr devotee, there waa a "Wbllo returnlns to camp one nl(ht I walked right Into a herd of ele- time when an onler was paed by g phant," state a well known explorer parliament for the compulsory nf thce "palace of tnumrnt" In hi memoir. We have always maintained that all wlbl animal shore the and making it a crlmi tn be present stte of a rabbit should cam two a a spectator at a play. Thl han- head light and one rear light while . Ined In puritan time In lfM2. whea w ttivater ezlstrd. traveling after dark. London launch. 'lo-In- I I! A NEW 1 4925675 5359558 5032855 FOR YOUR LITTLE GIRL IF YOU HAVE A "lU-odsl- CITIZENS NATIONAL Singer Sewing Machine of any or the following numbers. a You will find number on plate below bobbin winder. 726895 4871109 3371517 Write Sisgir Stwi MachiRi Csmpany Danville, Keslucky, The Central Record. Lancastei , Ky Thursday Feb 24, 92 1 I 3 Ib LESLIE'S DRIVER By KITTY PARSONS. PUBLIC OPPOSES Ah TENTION TOBAC r CO GROWERS !,y,fy"Vy'ey?rwfyV'J ID. ISIS, fcr McCWi mttrst I 1TkIIp croaned. Illtlit In the uiliMtc if Hip t ri ltt mi Tirmmit street she linil Mailed her engine Nobody kiit-- NMir to rut. MMthe) fC H charitable organnml Itvtly uiTi' givluttlou nml l en the Jo of flllll lit ih Sivmrt- - tinnier nt the evening olk-ttll- how she hated Reitlng out nnl rnink-IIn tuch r frightfully public placr-Will-i machines thicker Hum Met nn every side of her. Tliero wa n law Inuk pf nmlific beside I."IIi'k flivver, ntul llii liloml jiiuiiK mini In overall who win ilrlv Ins It looked ilimn ntul mw Hint some, thing nn I In' matter. "Want any he4pV In her cheerfully. Oh, cnn j mi crank h rordT" he Implored. In lln most Inim Imncllinhle. "Nolhlnir esKler," ho laughed, and Immediately Jumped down nml milted splr-I- I tin action In tin' word. m rndly whin lir heard, the rtnrlHK rlillB of tho engine "I1 ri.il. "I'n nt grnteful to ntul wondered If In1 should (hi)' Mm for liU klndne, I'Iih.II) she (liilil.il Irt favor of It nml inluiil n .Inning quarter fr.nn tli. depth of her "I'lWM' It." ill.' begged, """ been worth lest time t Itia t to in.' drew hn.'k Th imin In overall nml then laughingly ImolmilHiilr. held out hi ImihI. 'Thank vim, mh" Th.'li In' climb- over til hack oh lit track and tin- - edge. "I'll alw) rsirry It for lu k If you (oodbr" don't Mind," hi ttshl her I..''!!', "What nil odd fellow." nitl-i- l she tHrii.il down th- - tlrt quiet street to avoid another chance of MhI line hir engine In llu middle of tnif i mill He. n hit "Ilo tM't what wioiderfHl ho had, ton'" 'Hit' next week there wh m hie drhe oil n )"' -- tk' nir. LOOK AT THIS Canvass of 5,154 Editors Shows The Might wildfire or runt which 4,466 Communities Against 'destroyed iwi mnny crop of tohncco Socialistic Experiment. (lnnt onion nml no seriouily injured many more GOV'T OPERATION Place Orders For To-- , bacco Seed Now. OPPOSITION GROWING Elohty teven Per Cent 83 In 1920 Agilntt Cent In 1919 Think Public l Opposed to Radleallun. ftr mnny mlzc n far n polble thli dancer 'in 1021, to conufdcr the quality of the tolwcco seed which they will now thin yctir, if it I determined to sow any, nml to Inquire carefully u. to when, whore and hy whom the tame i hn cnuied n grcnt mon-e- y to the fnrmcn find will cnuo who winh to wenpc or mini- - Ttie Atnnrlcnn imlillc li mors Inopera-Hotensely oimimm to Ooterntm-n-t thnn It nm n year ncn, accordlne to the nonnpiipcr editor of the country Out of MM editor replylne to nt nut hy tho l're I fiuc.tlimn.'ilro Servlco Cnnipany nf New York, 4,1011. jr s per com. eotb h n innir ju.ic iient thnt the puuiln of their commit-jltl- n e oierwhelmlncly nsaln! Jim Ontertimenl cotnitlli' In bluluo-- ! jrlth It out! citizen. tn 1019 tho l're Sorvlce Company elmllar ennvn of editor onducK'd ui tho Kovernmetit operation of Thnt qucthmnulre hoved (hut 13 per cent of the editors considered heir communltle nclnt CoTern-nent operation of public utllltlo. were) rwll-'ni- 1 M-- fr.-il- - lot Hetty, a n imI looking vimmmc mmi with m Mun hhtg girl uti arm. eatne (tMrl l thmi iMtml a up in nN4i hint Tbfre. all Ir.-I "TM man liMik tackle htm.' prperiu Mipg-te- d hr LOUISVILLE COURIER JOURNAL, DAILY LOUISVILLE TIMES. DAILY thr rtotlMM. Mt c Ih tb tlfnl Ink' with Ion. tntrk ttritcr iiiaMui-rai- l nt iTiii tH.mimn an nMll) .- lrrHtHl'hllll Iht ortl l ftiiriK "IImim? rhii-rfull- r in Hu truck th. c'rt ho pwllnl n 110 hill any imiro from hi wkrt. 'If on jmi'll ! Hli4H(rlj- - hiikniit " nt Hi hail not rratly nvn all, bhi JhH thru tin- - irtrt on hi ami I.i-lliullnt lilw in thotr iH.lii.il tbat lh- - hnii.l of ihf fiir! mr 'rkllne with u'lii, Inrlmllni; n illanioiMl wnhtlnc rliic It rertnintr vcttn a nMcf lHilMt "llw .jHlft )o hi.-- . (l.,sr.M nhl "lit hrr awnt, a th.'j tru't In th iliiiH tMifi of tin- - .NVwtou. "Ar )iMi,or tlrrlv TowHiy." hr Mwtft pri.il on h tko twllo. Iti-lt-y Mine - torn- .Irhor'n arm. sir LOUISVILLE EVENING POST, DAILY LOUISVILLE HERALD, DAILY LEXINGTON LEADER, DAILY lrk lr-- n ".She lutHii't lol n rliame I'm nut iimrrlnl jet are yoiiV f ntire not; hut ih you like It" "V.', I'm very rfiH.il with It lived here for twenty Ihmik jou. !' year. I the Imly with ou jour M' herer t I'm If llmnmotHl iIauii for u minnlo Therf Jin lamllHtf at Hi.' iIr of the n nwil. nml n hmh a lot a Ctrl lookliiK 1'inle Joe ralhor forlorwly at It hLo to tkew. aitt a iHnHit Inter they rame oer awl rllmlwil In with kikI hhhI. The front nule'i hnk.Hi.'' he ex Jatiel. "aail I tohl .Mr. ami Mr. Cor lay uo mmdl them n lift tln'V Wont live rath.T iMr m it mi-i.- i joii lt Iter.' In fnmt with me. Mr, ("onlay thero I wind In the fnnit." .She illil, oml the yoHlie nian rettlnl iihh.ii iiiiwh'ii i .Mte nou hit moil "V.hi are hoiiiE u Hint one gMnl turn' Hf the enslne n nwnnl," he whli'r.il to the awfully Ctrl Iotil0 him. "It klml of you." ".Vol ine," he cmlnulli Inl him "uiy unrle I the klml one." "I we jou are ilrttlui: n new ft)le mr lonlelit." he eiitur.il. n uuinient promoliMn Inter. "Ilne you "I il "Nn nirh lurk," he lnutih.it h.i-Irjlni: out trurk that I'm think lug of tuiylui: for my huilne, ami I kipt on my working rlothii tit ilo II " "I jour wife pleu.i with It out JhH Jut thlnklMtf f friill fliian'." roniriil lr mIWv. nml ro.itiiiu.it U'hrn thoy Her.' .Hit In tho Init. nmnlry ihoy tnut Imit ma Ihikk. nixl i tr.-.'- ltil rr Either of the Above Splendid Daily's Together With The lrf-tl- .' hr !. lei Central Record ONE i"t YEAE FOE IN $6.00 KENTUCKY ONLY. moiherr "No, tntiiiii." klirrlnlnu'; my hnilher lm a rhl.' with me "Wouhl jou k tomorrow nhout four?" he nnk.il lr relevnnlly. "In one of jour now irutk?" "In mij thing you'll rlile In an Ions n you'll go." Aunt Minnie win quiet ly sleeping. "I gel olT here- - ilene lon'l K.'l oul rimmI night, eierjlMHly," he enll.il, Hut he tnk her lo the ilnor nml hi'hl her hnuil In hi n llltle Ioiirol limn Hiti-iieilemillliliil when hn Mild good-nigh- fr This applies to Old and New Subscribers and Cash must be sent in advance. SEND ALL ORDERS TO CENTRAL RECORD OFFICE "Vim will km with me, won't jour' "Oh. jea jew. I will," h told him lulrklj'. hulf iifmlil Unit kIio would Kun he willing In iiromUe hliu nny thing In thi' world If he looked nt her I Hint. He leaned over quickly nml kle.l her hniid: lln u hurrlnl down Hie path lu lliu wultlug IllUCllllit'. Ik-- seed. In view of these facts every farmer should try to raise his plants for this year's crop from seed produced from the lfl'.i crop of tobacco, and nvold, if possible, the uso of any 'seed from the 1020 crop. It is the "hit or miss" fnrmer who is willing to take the chance of us- -' ing such seed. Our advice is to sow the best seed obtainable, for it is the cheapest and best in the end, and take ns little risk ns possible this year. We must admit that we do not know what caused the disease during the past year and have no theory as to how to prevent it except to use care in the selection of wed. This disease did not nppenr in the 1019 crop, and therefore we think ,thnt the use of the seed from the 1010 crop is safer than seed from the 1020 crop. It is quite likely that the seed from the 1010 crop Is limited in quantity land therefore it becomes the more acalnt novornment operation important for the farmers who devas tS; In the Creat IJiko section, sire such seed to secure the neces- vlth conditions reversed, 47S Itepub-Ica- n sary quantities as toon as possible and 1.V5 Dfmocratlc. Ihe and before the supply is exhausted. ' was 87 er cent. Among the well known nnd leadIleplles from the West. Middle West such teed which hn Is a mis-ak- e ing brands of I ml SouthweM show that .It to consider tho-- o sections vastly been tested for n number of years uore fa nimble to radicul Government in the Hurley district and well knovn ixperlments than the Knt. Tho rod- throughout said section by the fnr- ents can get llltle comfort out of the mers, is "Judy's Pride," produced U per cent of thumbs donn 2 per nnd sold by'W. S. Judy Seed Com- ent above the nvenise In the South- - pany, Lexington, Ky., which haa est, Includlnc Arkanrits, Uiulslsnn. n number of tllKMiurl, Kunsas, Uklahoma and Tex- made a business for Texas, onco supposed to be much years of producing this well known ts. (Ucu to Government regulation ex- (nnd tested variety. periments, returned tn! per cent of In order to nvold any danger of the -- II edi- contributing to the recurrence replies. Out of tors repl)lnc from that slate only rust this company burned and de,hre edited ltepubllcnn paper. The stroyed all the teed produced from of Ibo North-.vesti per cent Includlu: Iuh, Minnesota, Moli- their 1020 crop which was cultivated lalia. Nebraska. North Dakota, South solely for the purpose of securing lakota and Wjomlne, and the S3 ier the seed. ent veto of the I'ar West croup. They are now offering to the fnrm-er- s Idaho, Arizona, Cullfoniln. only the seed produced from , Colo--adSevnda. New Mexico, their 1010 crop, of which they have WushliiKton, aro full nod only u limited quantity left. This of the ireallliiK conservative touUment on this question even lu will go to the farmers In the nature of "first aid," nnd gives them an op !h aiore radical lections. portunity to nvold whatever risk or Judgment Apparently Unbiased. The questionnaire closes with a re- loss might result from rust and they quest for the editor's personal opin- nre offering this to the farmer. ion ou certain concrete ihm as folThis seed was carefully grown and lows: saved from choice stalks only, and MIo you personally that the the farmers ran rest assured that the Fed its I Government should own and uso of this teed will reduce the danto competitive Industrie (n) Kertlllier; (b) Clothlnc? ger of loss from rust to the mini (d) I'nrm mum. c) Auttimobdt'HT I'lHKlstutTsi W. S. JUDY SEED COMPANY. Substantially all the editors who Ed S. Skervin, Lancaster Agent. enw esUuiutes of their rvnders' 2- t. (Advertisement.) ttls cxprted their own by replying to this last question. I'roof of couklderablo effort lu avoid personal bins Is found lu the fact Hint In many cue the editor differed from Ihe opinion he credited to his tHiiiiiiiunlty (u) The jrttiili;o of "nns" ran; (b) Kl: (c) Ml. (d) !j (e) 7l. While the questions were based on ceueral principles InxoUed In the urtlclpiitluc In ciunpoM Government Muscle live hostile, tho Shoals Hill now liefore CVnirreM was 0n i i used ss n concrete eviuiiplo of a Gov eminent oiiernilon M.heine. L'mler thl jj bill a Government owned corporation Proud puwer to would he ulveu sto and develop Government plant! d It would produce al and properties. U For tht Treatment of Muscle Shoals various fertilizer prod Tuberculotit ri ucts and sell them In competition with U MslnlaUJ In tit LouU.-H!- . and merchants In the ferproducer i.Ao.. uiaf:r 0 tilizer business. Ihe adequate tieatme.it c t Tho strength of the opposition tc L. It !1 i:i t '. h Goiernmsnt operation Is Indicated by nn. listM I1VC) per we.., la replies from Alabama, where the tho cluJing boatd, nuJU;l attention, Muscis Miosis war plant Is and where, launi'ry, ttc. Ili;:h grousd torn I Intent Interest of "ourse. there manJinr; extensive view. Delightml local pride In setting Its expected ful surrounding. SfvcL! ute ffr operation under way at tht peace-timtaJ41nt I' llfAlaural .II DaerfrMr.), ttUrf 4 ktmil laMfcb. earliest possible dsle. Fifty editor, from that state replied, of whom M were opposed to Government opersv ,tion, 8 In firor and 4 doubtful. '1i'"ifi-T'Fnti- : j , , pa-er! n oppo-dllot, Ort-soupro-ridItuple-nienlsj Apparently, then, If editor cMlmate mhlle otilnlon accurately, that npln-oIn a yeur, connldered hy cumiini-iltle- . ha fcwmij: .1 per oi'iit farther iwiiy from nchilltlc expnrlmenl. Eleven Million Circulation, The coinhlned clrculnllon of the pn- icm hoij odltor replied I ll,i'.'H. 117, which nieiiii. ncconllnc to th ibiiiiI etlmntcd ratio between clrculu- Ion and renders, a constituency of nt east 41.000,0m). Anil this constituent y Is pretty etcnly scattered through-u- t the country, nn considerable sec-Ion of nny stalo belni; unrepresented. Die esllinato of opinion bticd on this horoiiKhly dlllued II per cent of tho ountry's population may, therefore, is considered a fair representation of he people as a whole. Another feature of the result Is It bias. The urldent lack of piirtb-nnajor political alllllatluns of the pa-irepreented are fairly evenly belnc 1.S57 Itepuhlicnn and .U'iO Democratic. There are also 1,4. V ndependent and 40J mlscellnneous. ncluJIng labor orenns. etc. Uotr little the results art affected ij the politics of the papers Is shown In the n an analysts by sections. Southern section, for Instante, where s eplles came from 05 ltepubllcnn and tlii'J Democratic, the produced. So one ccm to know the source or cauo of thU dUcnse. Some con- -j tend thnt it was produced entirely hy weather condition ami that the dis- cane i not transmitted from the plant to its need, while other hellcve thnl whatever may lie the ource or cause of the disease it may be so transmitted. Therefore, In order to avoid as far a possible tho risk of the sftmc trouble In the 1021 crop, all ' farmers should avoid planting nny seed harvested from any crop of tohncco raised on nny field or even jnenr any field where the disease appeared, even though in n mild form; ' and this for the reason thnt no one knows to what extent it mny again appear In crops grown from such w i () opln-Iuii- 17-2- 0er Hazeiwood Sanatorium inter-culot- ts u u ls e - -- J. . r w& The Central Record, Lancaster. Ky. Thursday, Feb 24 1921 . Mortgage Payers THOROUGH BRED HAMPSHIRE SOWS AND GILTS TO FARROW IIN MARCH AMD APRIL AT Saturday, March 12th, at lO a. m This is our First Annual Sale of Pure Bred Hampshire!, The breeding of this stock is from several of the highest class herds of Hampshires in the United States such as the Lebus, Downer, Rouse and other well known herds. I including At this !ale we will sell several choice boar Lancaster Lad, a splendid individual register No. 73081. tad was two years old in December and headed our herd last wason. Several of the sows and flits to be sold at thfs sale arc bred to Lancaster Lad. Will also sell a number of gilt ready for fall breeding. To those not familiar with Hampshire hogs, we quote from the Breeders Gazette, one of the leading farm papers. "Without question the Hampshire is the most prolific breed in the world when it comes to the number of pigs actually raised." The writer visited the Dreamwold Farm of Peoria, III., on January 'jrth., and found 9 Fall gilU with a total of 100 pigs less than 24 hours old. One litter ranged from one to IS minutes of age yet the twelve youngsters were fighting for supremacy measuring their strength to sec which one should have of the front udder. The Hampshire has proven himself to be a real mortage lifter, his proliticy and rapid growth recommend him as a breeder, his rapid growth and perfect individuality with the highest percentage of the killing sheet, recommend him to the packer, yet perhaps his greatest recommendation, either to packer or breeder, is his perfectly good health. From lU0.r. to the closing of the season of 1920, the Hampshire hog pos-sessi- has almost a perfect killing sheet of all the exhibits at the Chicago International. The average breed going to the packing house has 17 hogs out of every one hundred held by the United States Government Inspectors for further Inspection on account of disease, while in the Hampshire exhibits at the Chicago International forMG years, there has been less than one hog to the one hundred held for further inspection or having any part of his carcass condemned. For tha past four yaars whsra Wpt thara hat baan lass than two records have par cant of Hampshiras hald by Gornmsnt Inspectors on account of dissasas of any kind, whila lha remainder of tha hogs had 17 par cant run off on tha s!da track for furthar inspection. bn For three years in succession the Hampshires have won the Grand Championship over all breeds in car lots. The packers have paid for there car lots from $2.25 to $0.10 per hundred pounds more than they were willing tu pay for othar hogs the same day. In the 1D20 International the Hampshire hogs dresed U pounds of meet per head more than their nearest competitors of the same weight. In the 1920 International also there was a ear of lllg Type Poland Chinas showing under 200 pounds per head, there was- rnr of big type Duroc Jerseys showing under 2C0 pounds per head. Hoth of these big type cars were March pigs, while the Hampshires were April pigs and were compelled to show In the heavy weight class actually weighing 'J85 pounds per brad. These facts and figures were so noticable that Mr. Heller, of the Ilreedcr Gaiettc Kditorial Stall went to the home of J. M. Itallard, of Marion, Indianla, where the Champion car load was raised and gave a full page of editorial on "How the Hampshires are doing it and Why." Livestock men are rapidly becoming the best educated and thinking men of our country. They are selecting the animals that actually benefit their bank accounts. This sale will bo conducted just one mile from Ijincnstrr, at the Crescent Hill stock farm. It will pay you to go look over this fine bunch of Hampshire sows and gilts and make your selections. On ala day i will fit away absolutely free ona choica gilt to tha lucky ona holding tha drawing tarJ that day. Atland this sala. Buy a brad gilt for your boy and h will show you how to make monir with pure bred stock that will pay yon better than tobacco At any price. All slock sold is immune from cholera. Dpn't forget tha data, Saturday, March ,12th. at 10 o'clock. a Haselden 6 Aldridge, Proprietors. Crescent Hill Stock Farm late were served and quite a neat sum was realized. Miss Isabel Lane of Camp Nelson, and Mr. Charlie Burnside were united In the holy bonds of matrimony by Rev. Smith at the Methodist parsonage in Lancaster Wednesday afternoon, Feb. ICth. The bride is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Lane, of Camp Nelson, while the groom Is the son of Mrs. Taylor Noe. We extend our best wishes to the happy couple. Lancaster, Kentucky. BRYANTSVILLE New Columbia Records at McRoberts. Mr. H. C. Ruble was in Lexington Monday. Mrs. Newton Gosney and Mrs. Kthel Berkele were in Danville Tues Redeeming Trait. Debating Opportunity. day shopping. Try a sack of Obelisk Flour today. We deliver in town. Hudson and Farnau. Mrs. II. C. Ruble spen Friday with Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Scott, in Buena Vista. Mr. Bryan Ballard, of Lexington, nent Tuesday night with his mother, Mrs. E. H. Ballard. Mrs. J. C. Williams, of Lancaster wns the guest of Mrs. W. B. Cunningham last Thursday. Mrs. C. C. Becker was the guest last Wednesday of her sister, Mrs.' Kin Moss, in Nicholasville. Miss Fannie Dowden, of Paint week-en- d Lick, was the attractive of Mrs. W. K. Davis. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Forbes, of spent a few days last week Avith Mr. and Mrs. Mnrtln Brogli. Mr. and Mrs. B. It. Halcomb, Miss Mary Belle Halcomb and Mr. W. J. Broadus, were In Danville Wednes- Staunch Out Of Should, the United Statu. "I know I'm old, but I'm craxy about you." stated Mr. Moneybags. open trade relations with Rus"When I go I'll leave all my fortune sia? to you If you'll have me.'" Should wc give employment "Have you any bad habits?" asked to ouVpeople byjtupplying the Miss Goldielocks, thoughtfully. "Only that I walk In my sleep, if Russians with the goods they you could call that 'a bad habit." nctjd in such enormous quanti"You dear old thing. Of nurse ties, and for vhich they are I'll marry you. And we'll have our ready to pay in gold? honey-mooon the top floor of some The Russian government is tall hotel, won't we?" American bolshevistic, in which wu of Legion Weekly. n I I Farmers FARMERS We sell everything in the implement line that the farmer needs. Everything we sell means more i On.tr? Ur, BI.....1 u 1 Try A Nl ' Five Tragedies. Matalag Belter ta Straighten Altar BatlM Tae at wan. Taaea Regulates Bowels. Asia - yi t n....l J day. Messrs. W. were In Ixington Friday for the tobacco sales. Miss Allcne Curtis who is attending school In Lancaster, spent the week end with tier parents Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Curtis. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Brogli entertained at a six o'clock dinner Wed nesday in honor of Mr. and Mrs, Charlie Burnslde. Harris Broadus reMr. George turned home last Friday after several days stay with his grandmother, Mrs. Brown, in Pineville. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Ruble, of ' Danville, Mr. Alphia Scott, of Mt. Washington, Ohio, were guests Friday of Mrs. II. C. Ruble. Mrs. John W. Bryant and Miss Mary Belle Halcomb spent a few day last week as the guests of Dr. and Mrs. B. B. Montgomery, of Paint Lick. J. Broadus, J T. Sher-roVernard Hurt and Jell Halcomb The community Silver Tea met at No, Gustavus, we never find fault Great minds think much and say the home of Mrs. J. Hogan Ballard do you with you for chewing the rag proHow much noise Thursday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. little. vided the rag is your own. Delightful sandwiches and hot choco make. There is n possibility veterans of the that the gray-cla- d South may meet In reunion to live again the days of the war between States for the last time in Louisville. For thirty years the United Con federate Veterans have held their but this 1921 annual form of governreunion may be, the last, according the Russian to Nathan It. r unrest, commander in ment, but our goods arc manuchief of the Sons of Confederate factured to sell, and if we are Veterans, who is trying to arrange going to apply the acid test to the 1921 reunion for Louisville. he is Death Is fast depleting the ranks every individual before and age making Infirm the survivors allowed to purchase them we of the Southern organization, Mr. fear these same goods will Forrest said. The youngest of the soon become a drug in our own veterans are now neur 75 years old, market. N he pointed out. Cutting ofr our nose to spite Several who attended the gathering In Houston last year were then our face will not improve eith100 years old, according to Mr. For- er our personal appearance or rest, of the 100,000 persons who at- our economic condition. Sell to Russia or any other 0 tended the reunions only about are veterans of the war. This country that has the gold with 1921 will soon be able to wear which to pay for what they number Is decreasing every year. long pants, thank you. Louisville', 10,-00- Many propls eat too much every day ami muat rut much too much aome days. That Is why Americans aufTer mum than any peopla In tha world from Indigestion, blUousnaM ami ronitltlon. With a lltllo thoughtfulnrss and rare, however, a great amount oi this distress could be a vol Jed and you'll never realise how true this Is until you become one of tha several million rropla of thla country who keep a lux of Neture'e Remedy (Nil Tablets) on hand and use It whenever Indlcratlon, biliousness or cunallimtlun threatens. I'nllke laxative purees, cathartics, such m oil. calomel, etc.. which merely fore luael action. Natura's Rsmsfly exerts n beneficial Intluenro upon the entire digestive and ellmlnatlve system thr stomirli. Hear, bowels and purpose to kidneys. etn lha ' Uromus andItsharmoniousIs acpromote tion tit nil Dm iirrau that handle the (uud t nd body wust. Tint Is nby the results which follow the uso of Nature's Remedy are ulwajs u delightful surprise to tho who tlrst try It. The action while promM and thorough. Is as mild and Cenlla and pleasant as Nature herself and tht tUutoush cleansing the butty jw. iim brines a feeling of reef rein f and beneHt such us no Ut i I'll or cathartic ever pro-li- u 1 for .myotic. ; i a Vtv Uix of Nature's Remedy (Mi TabM I and try It. There Is tvi risk In iloir.-- so. fur It must give you any relnf Keller iMltttl and trnetlt than Used yuu ever I. tr It Is soil. or t n i k Instantly cki , i.'ecj i ,1 rt..wuiim.ndtJ by your 3r- ' McROBERTS DRUG STORE. A man struck a match to see if the gasoline tank to bis auto was empty. It wasn't. A man patted a strange bufl dog on the head tosoe If the critter was affectionate. It wasn't. A man speeded up to see If he could beat the train to the crossing. He couldn't. A man touched a trolley wire to see if it was charged. It was. A man cut out his advertising to see if he could save money. He didn't. Confederate Reunion This Year May Be Lait America do not believe. But we are. not the Russian people, and it is not our busi ness to dictate the form of gov ernment under which thuy shall live. We may question their methods, but the princireple of mains the same. I Business today is not idealistic. It is keen and competitive instead, and the fellow who applies Utopian dreams to his commercial activities will soon cease to have anything but drtfoms. If a man of questionable character should wallcSnto a local store and ask for a suit of clothes the merchant would promptly sell them to him, and we would think no less of the merchant for doing so. We may not think much of money for the farmer for we sell for cash, thereby sellinr for less. id I ait-fe- We have the agency for VULCAN and OLIVER PLOWS AND POINTS FOR ALL PLOWS MADE. f)' $ Becker & Ballard PHONE 27. BRYANTSVILLE, $ I) KENTUCKY. W. 0. RIGNEY Funeral Lancaster, Director and Embalmfcr. OfflcejPhooe 18." Residence Phone 33. get. Keep the wheels of commerce moving and American stomachs full. Kentucky. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Feb 24. 1921 Sell Your Tobacco OVER OUR FLOORS LATEST IMPROVED NORTHERN LIGHTS. SALES HELD DAILY. Courteous Treatment and as Prompt Service as Competent Men Can Give. DON'T t t OFFER YOUR OW GRADES OR DAMAGED TOBACCOS. THERE IS NO MARKET FOR IT. mm x w s CO. LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. JOE KELLEY Floor Manager. STANFORD STREET. W. A. SPEITH, Manager. Incorporated JAKE GRAW, Starter. ! Look Ahua It I writ rtxHieli " rest I, i. now imd ttxn. Hut rrt. our ryes might In lw m ilm hilltop tlmt l to In ontwl m !!. " in mi the Tnllfjr oiti of u till I' i.. i mine. Think always In tert ..f .morrow, Ni ui in nil Hint iHit of jesterday It l timi ;mi nrn yoii illil jeMeril) wnnt colne in 1i tomorrow ' t to think of. All't ! tillr you rt u ili nii rc thinking of It t hi to tin linliii'- ''mute John make in rhUneo n.Vv '"' "t Beginnings ef &Jstbill. Atmr Ioubleday, who iatcr went to Writ Point and ultisiately boentne tho err.Ht for origin-Rlln- z ll.o tnif, In IW. Hp nml same other hmb men lo ilny a Kamo they nfternnl 'title tttselinll. One of thoe, imimil ( ,(rtw riitht, hait l ion of h diamond in thi l'iiiron t ti Kami- "Two (Mil Thre Old ("a?" rij form of vrf mill liall nml wero nila-'.! from the Kiic'lili pii"" i ' f i ' r. I army, major zrneral In the PiUtiM slim States tii ty o i Old Reliable KELLEYS Improved Burley TOBACCO SEED. "BEST BY TEST" our farms this or any other year, and we maintain our usual liitfh standard for our seed. No need of any high soundiiiK ad, just ask any of the thousands of growers about "Kelley Seed." Kvery package safeguarded by copyrighted tradomtfrk. and none Kenuine unless in pnckuire bearing our copyrighted signature. I'rice 2.00 per ounce. OHO Hit ..nM i.r.l.u.1 mO.uu ii:t iuium. No "rust," "wild lire" or any other disease on Hrl.ut(J In V.V I'MMU Offl n Address all orders to B. L. Kelley & Sons Lancaster, Kentucky. of crops should be practiced. It is nollcv to steam rather nlin n Tre& TobaCCO Seed than burn the bed in order to destroy Mr. Doohn s dnngerewsly ill at j weeds since weeding the beds which tins writing. Declaring that practically all epi.'ro infected in small urears may Miss Velina Thempan la very sick demies of Wild Firo nnd Angular prend the diseases to all parts of with pneumunin. Leaf Spot, commmly known us.tncm. Steaming also kills weed Henry, the little son of .Mr. Jtflda "rust" and "Illnck Fire," in the 1020 ' ds more thoroughly than docs Kdington, has thu pniHwwnki. tobacco crop could be traced back to burning. Mr. nml .Mm. A. S. Dour aat .ten, the plant beds, Dr. W. D. Valleau, I C are should be taken by growers plant pathlogist of the State College not to handle infected plants in their Irvln were in Lexington hist week. of Agriculture, has issued a warning neighbor's bed and then return to .Mr. J. It. Duncan mu to Mr. Wilto Kentucky farmers to trent their their own. Formaldehyde and bili? Coulter a nice mare, price $1S0. seed nnd take other precautions chloride of murcury tablets for makMimc Murriman nnd H4Uclw to control the disease ' during the ing n one to 1,000 solution may be were week-envisitors in l.ancat4er. coming season. bought at any drug store. Hev. I. W. .Manly of Georgetown, Areordintf to Dr. Valleau, both fulfilled hi iinjiointnient burc Sun- suon. dtanc are caused by bacteria and If this unemployment keeps up in day. It has been rumerel that it person are carried through the winter on the big cities it will have nt least one Probably much of the notable effect. We won't have to .Mr. linden Coulter and ulstor, AUw culled en 4d has iistered our school, the seed. seed saved this season is infected but do so much editorial howling over Nitui, of Ilrynntsville, attended ser- we wonder who lie is after. We wore all frightened last week, the prevalence of the diseases during the scarcity of farm labor. vices here Sunday. Mr. V. S. Howling u at lUchmurul when a great noise ooctired. which the coming year will depend largely shook our buildln;, we fmred an nn weather conditions during the uith her father, .Mr. Iindon who season since the infetions SOUK STOMACH enrtlHiuiike. Jut then Hoy entered seed-beiuite ill. Miss Haltzclsw's room, he exclsJm-h- I. are favored by a rainy season. ili l.ucy (Jrow, who hn been III "Hoy, wloit's hupiiened?" he slid Treatments for the seeds, Keed bed it imiruvinu nUo .Mit .Mnhrl nnd "Oh, nothing only thr tloor out there and Held have been recommended by INPIOESTION .Mr. Hubert .Montgomery. nour Die coohir flew up and hit we the .pecfnlist as n means of controlMr. J a m es Kason of Intl., arrived ling the Lu vases. Seeds may be in the nee," Suii.Ihj nfternoon to be with hif Alvin wont up to hit et Miss Merry treated by soaking them 15 in Jmutes Thgjfofd'j rjja-- f .! fjht Highly dnuKhter, .Mr. Jno. Doolin. mnii and get ajquaintiHl, shortly af in n solution ma tie wun one ounce Recommended by & Teauessee Mm Jtettie Montgomery. f tor her arrival. He entered tht of 40 per cent formaldehyde and 10 wan with hrr ibiuuhtor, room tot? noisy. ounce of water. The seeds should Grocer fcr Troubles Rc They mot with JIr Joe Duncan lut Thurwlny. be covered with sevrnl times their clash. suiting fronTcrpid llmmfirjd Mr. and Mr. Dillnrd Mary Frances in grastUy worried volume of this solution and stirred Liver. ainl ehildmn, were the i;uost of rel over the meaning of Uh word or Jhaken thoroughly during the lit l ven In Jessamine county for the "fko.ee," treatment. The solution may then week-end- . olT through u line cheese Josephine and Atlene toy that they be drained nast Nashvlllt. 7nti. Tho efficcloth, then washed thoroughly in sev-uwill never Uifld another silo, If they iency of Thedfurd'n tho MT. HEBRON SCHOOL NOTES chanxos of water and spread out ever get through wkh that silo irob- in a layer in a warm place to dry. Kenuine, herb, liver radlrltie, li Vol ma Thompson is out of school Irm. When dry they may be kept until voucbtd for by Mr. W. .V. Parsons, a with pneumonia. The boys went Into the wilderness seed tim without injury to their Rrocor of thli city. "It Is without We tire glad to welcome Hamilton Iwck of our school doubt the best liver medicine, and I building and ptrmiHuting power. Injury to the Montgomery into our stuilunt hotly. cleared a ball diamond. Some one bsllevo I could get along without seed by the formaldehyde may be don't I taue it for sour stomach, headOur tencher akitl Joe the other needs to enter the one hi front prevented by dipping them in water, it. ache, bad livor, IndiRwitlon, and all tiny if he hnd ever read Whittien Mary Francos Montgomery ioUhm! draining and then allowing them to other troubles that aro tho result of Snow Hound. Joe replied, "I didn't hor llrst day from school Inst week Miak for u short time before placing a torpid liver. know that he was." Monday morn-i- n on account in the formaldehyde. of sickness. "I havo known and uwd It for years, there were several In Whittler If the new emivas Is to be used nnd can nnd do highly recommend It t? are glad to see some of the lloltz-clntlx, niiionc them wtre Mlsse folks who have been sick returning for the plant bed no treatment of it to every one. I won't no to bed withnml Mrrryinun. U necessary. However, if the can out It In tho house. to school. It will do all It Friday Lorenc Urunilleld came to vas has been used before it should be clalma to do. I can't say enough for Miss llolticlnw and Miss Merry school with her Sunday go to meetboiled in water for n few minutes or IL" ing clothes on, so we knew readily man spent the week-enIn linens- - soaked for n short time lit a one Many other men and women throughto that she was headed for some where, ter. 1,000 solution of bichloride of mer out tho country nav found Blick. and' upon Investigation we found cury. Draught just as Mr Parsons describes that it was Nicholasville. So now Control of the diseases Is aided by valuable In regulating tho liter to ahe Is among thu snow bound. placing the plant bed on new ground, Its normal functions, and In cloacsinj One morning Inst week In class, according to Dr. Valleau. The bed ths bowels of Impurities. For Expectant Mothers Mr. Ilrown asked Wllbert where the should not bo subject to drainage Thcdford's llrcr medl-- , Alimentary canal was, ho replied, Iy Tnaee from tobacco flclds or near a bed In elao la tho original and only genuine, "I'm not sure'but In Northern Scot-- i .mti m mo.iit . aataltaoos mi im mii mii which the precautions have not been Accept no Imitations or substitutes. land, I think." Always uk for Tbedford's, Ariiu Rltvutei tl9H Pirt. Aiusu. Sa. observed. Where possible a rotation' Ra MT. HKHItON Klva was seen perusing her Physiology through from cover to cover, Home one asked what she wnt noarch-in- g She replied, "to see what for. part of a chicken the Blizzard is." The pupils of the eighth grnde are programing nicely with examination this week. Miss Sylrr was with us last Thursday, so we are all going to learn to w, M. Ilrown with the rosu Mi fiyler visit us oh Thursdays. Next Thursday she i going to have n MUier' meeting to organiie h poultry elub. We are oxpctisR Mbw Wstover Warning Issued To d lUk-Draugh- w Mill llliL'S MD I-- Ulack-Draug- Isei Ieieiatims The Central Record, Lancastei, Ky.. Thursday Feb 24, 1921 Uncle Watt's oxory ANNOUNCEMENT WHO'S WHO? y PIUTH W. BAKtrt. W. L. THE SURPRISE PARTY Slnglrfont U going to cele-V- -r brate hi golden wedding said the assessor; "we are planning to give lilm a surprise puny, nml would like you to pi nlong." "Vim couldn't drng me then- - with n tcom of government mule," the village you can play u In to spring ti prise party on Of course the , LYONS & COMPANY ESTABLISHED 1878 UfM Announce the opening of a branch office in DANVILLE, I j KENTUCKY patriarch. "AIoiit the meanest trick nmn sur- THIRD AND MAIN STREETS TELEPHONE 232 EARL BROWNING. Manager him. ma lieen Informed In adwince that he I gulll to Ih Hill- hushed upon a certain date, and he makes his preparation accordingly. Then when the visitor arrive at hi to he Immensely alxHle he pretend astonished, nud iays he never dreamed of iiurh a visitation; hut the fact that he I wearing his Sunday shirt, and ha hi hair parted In the middle, give the- lie to nil hit protestation. There. I no perious objection to n surpruu- - party when the victim I warned In advance, although, a I have hown. it encourages skullduggery and hypocrisy, for no man can he thoroughly honest who pretend amine-men- t over a visit he ha been planning fur. "Hut the genuine surprise party Is an outrage, and people who reort to It should he severely punished. There' nothing more humiliating to a BRANCH OFFICE MAIN OFFICE BRANCH OFFICE man than to have a whole THIRD AND MAIN STS. 125 S. FIFTH ST. LAFAYETTE HOTEL neighborhood blow Into hi dwelling ' DANVILLE. KY. LEXINGTON, KY. LOUISVILLE. KY. when he Isn't looking for; It. "When I am at home I sacrifice everything to personal comfort. I lake off my shoe and collar audi neck tie, and roll up my shirtsleeve and sup ray su'penuer uonn over my arms. I don't care how I look If I am j BUCKEYEjciiooL feeling at ease. If I am expecting visitor. I go to my boudoir and tlx New Columbia Record at McRoberts The brisk housewife hover around ... Miss Bessie Teatcr. w not able .. . .. I . -myself up no I look like a bridegroom. u I... pcnuvi u itv me icnovers icw J.... Mr. Charlie Yntcr was in Rich' Effort aro being mule to plum 1,111 tklnlr .1... will I. . tMy wife ha theories, similar to mine, i u.-i- r. with m .k ...! I national guard organizations in every and doesn't believe In being nrrnyed mom! on business .Monday. I soon. I Fine ioun she can thicken with left- - again In purple ami fine linen all the time. available community in the state nn.l Miss Sallie Durham of Jessamine. a v ui f u a v i i v si ' iiiiwri Jisauaa m.i.i.i nitu a sua Hut she wouldn't be seen looking is visiting Miss Lou Anna Osborn being pushed by Adjutant Gen And she can use leftover hand. 'May, ami Mr. Hubert May were in are slouchy .for anything. -. eral Jackson Morris, according to let I Lexington Saturday Mr. Henry D. Rice spent Wcdnes be with their to uijr wiie casualty witfv uivuiu received by this olfuve from that I Clemmon, who l in the ters remarked to a neighbor that my birth- day night with Richmond relative. Good food she recovers among tha brother, department, asking thnt men be reGood Samartiaa Hospital, leftovers. day would occur on the following Mon- Mrs. William Grimes spent commended to serve us otficers of Wednesday, and that neighbor, being day with Mr. and Mrs. The fact hardly deny. William Mr. Price Just won't let u go to unit, and carry out the organixatlon a confirmed busybody, got busy and Scott. Hut though she has hovered sho jthe store for iinything now. Jessie In the county. organized a surprise party. I never hasn't discovered B.. Irene, Roberta and all the small guest SunMr. Tom Ward was the The letter call attention to the received the faintest hint of the Just how to use leftover pic. bays and girl in his room, begged fact that about $10,000 will be paid scheduled catastrophe, and on the day evening of Mr. and Mrs. James him for an hour Friday to let them annually to each unit of the guard evening of my birthday I was lying on Yantis. Ancient Oam of go after some chewing gum, but we in the form of salaries and other nxt the floor of the sitting roora. with Mr. and Mrs. Milton Ward visited All mere men' about a hundred newspaper around comet inntt five, didn't get to gu. Mi Inea Ray periditures. It point to the necesWed pride of place a regards antiquity tinully decided tu help us out, so shv me. My wife was wearing an old Mr. and Mrs. William Clark getting the organization of wrapper, and was popping corn on the nesday to those played by children. Hop- said she was silk and sent after sity of the state's 1021 quota, under way as kitchen stove There was nobody else Mr. and Mrs. Ollie Graham and scotch, for InMnnce. Is at least 2,000 some "head-acshewing glint-- "' fnsU as. passible. In the bouse, and we had no Idea visibaby were recent visitors of Mr. and years old. Some of the rinsing came Wt; are glad ts have a new pupil Few units have, been organized are of None origin, white tipcat was tors would come, for It was a bad Mr. Wm. Barnes. played 4.000 years ago. and Eastern nlgnt. in this eighth grnde, Robert Davis, a outside of Louisville Walker and Mesdamcs William very quiet timid boy has decided to Kentucky cities, althaogh General "About eight o'clock. Just when I was thinking of going to lied, there Henry Tuttlc were shopper in Lnn- NINA Morris said that a number wcr, in attemC school. was a Knock at the front door. My caster Tuesday. Mis.ies Gill ami Syler were al our prospect in Western Kentucky eoutu wife thought It was some boy on an Mr. J. - Yantis was the dinner We arc Mrs. Iva Swupson was a visitor school again Wednesday. errand so she went to the door wltli a guest Monday of Mr ami Mrs. J. T. al way, glad to met them. Miies Syler fcrc Sunday. stovehook In one hand, and the corn CUffNS CHAPEL popper In the other, and she gave it Kaney, of Lancaster. Mr. Letcher 3imason has gone to encourage our sewing girls so we're Mr. and Mrs.. Taylor Bolton and Mimouri to reiie. very fnnd of her. shriek or anguish when she saw the mas meeting on the front porch. The baby, were visitors recently of Mr. Mr. Talton May was a rccrnt gutwt MisM Marilre Kurtz was ill a part Miss Delia Refers is a visitor of of Mrs. Holbart May. minute the door was open all those and .Mrs. Huke Preston. of lastTwcek, but was able to be in her sister on ISuaiiuye pike. delegate pushed thcmelves In. smilMr. and Mrs. Wm. Isbell are with We will furnish hemp seed and ing and giggling as though they were Mr. and Mrs. Henry Curtis are school Thurnday and Friday. Mr. and Mrs. J. I. I.diell. doing something mighty funny. contract for your hemp. Hudson proud parents of a fin girl-MEdward said his recitation Just fine Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Chandler, of "Our house hadn't been In such dis- and Faraau. Friday evening. We S. It. Foluy is at the bedside at Lancaster, are heru with relative. order In twenty year. It looked a Master of hitc mother, wU i had t substitute an "Uncle Josh" Mr. Elmn llaker and son, ry low. though a couple of umuteur team bad See; us for teited seeds of. all' Wind. Hubert, of Judson ,nrc visiting: Mr. Mis Mattie Holtoa wu the Rtiext pier- (or a Lirusln. playing basketball In It. My fvn Hudson A Fansau. wife and I began apologizing and ex- and Mrs. J. L. Yantis. Miss Bessie Baker Int week. James R. says he doesnt believe of plaining. 113 people will do under such Misses Mary Lee Kurtz, Btmice Mr and Mrs, John Kldl and fami Mr. J. D. Bakdr returned home the old saying True low never condition, although they know that ly were Sunday visitors of Mr. and after n brief stay al his daughter of runs smooth." At least when you nd Bessie Teater have nil been ill nobody will believe what they sny; are struck just right. He doesn't but are hetten this place. the guest n.s1!urv,l J that It was all Mrs. Tom Turner. etc., and; f a. .lultn I tinil Mfwlw Irrtmnli. Mr. Horn IjiiiiI ami faraily cere belled! in fussing, pouting, right, hu j poui.i M.e them squinting Mr. Evan Mooore of Nina pnt rey ami Charlie were in I.ex- hi uncle, Mr. and Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Croti- he's about right. I """jml and making mental note for the past week with wgion on nuMness .Monuuy ley Itiua. IF YOU WANT TO GET A BAR., future reference, ami Inside of n week Mrs. J. P. Foley. Messrs. II. M. Kurtz, Frank and Mr. anil Mrs. Cm tile y Roks en GAIN ON A LOT OF TUINGS YOAi the htory was all over town that our Mr C It Henry and two children Howard Land and Thomptwn Davis house was n fright, and 110 respectable guest In NEED Monday after a visit tertained about twenty-livreturned home cow could live In It. Add on aatother versa and go, tu were nmoinc those attending court honor of Bro. WWn! and Bridcy re day In Stanford last Monday. That was the most miserable even-In- Ic with Madison relatives. Thnt. S. Piaralts Slow. cently. I ever tent. my friends, and Mr. and Mrs. Marcus White and Master Clemmon May was taken Mrs. Willie Prather en Mr. and The sewing club elected otTJcers have never forgiven the people who children spent last Sunday with Mr. And you tertained ut their home twenty-fiv- e last week us follows: Pres., Jessie U. to the Good Samaritan Hospital at took nart In that uprising. Mrs. Mlley Ueazley. guest Sunday, 17th. la honor of Ray; Iv Holion; SeC, Lexington hint Monthly. His arm may be sure I'll never treat ituother and man as I wua treated." Miss Maud Yatcr ha returned to their ton and briie. Christine Davis and Asst. Sett. Lu- - and leg; were operated on again Wednesday and he svems to bo dying her home nfter u visit wun .'ir. i There will be ureschini: at Free-- . ciUe Sanders. nicely. Lost Not rtedsimed. Mrs. John Yatcr, near Judson. dom church on tire second and fourth Mis4 Inez linil was the guest of A soldier prtKcnted himself at the who has been Sunday in each month. Everybody Mis Iva Holion Tuesday night. Chandler. ' Mr. T. L. Ynntls, commonwealth treasury In Melbourne, ' New was received by relatives 111 with the pleurisy, for the i invited to atuend. am a nulte Joe and James R., two of Miss Australia, and said. Mr. Charlie D. Prather of this May's boys, think Mr. Price Is bet- here of the death of Sir. Jam en Wilnota and want to lie cashed". He past two weeks Is recovering. Mattie Boiton drovu ter looking than Mis placn and Mi stated that ho liad swallowed the Beulah, at liam Chandler at his home in Tepeka, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Scott and son, note at Fleurbalx when he expected visitors Sunday evening to IUahmond Thursday and were least they like to get a chance to Kansas Saturday morning, Feb. 10th. Hilly, were to be captured. lie remembered the married. Tlotir friends wish them a come up stairs and study, rather Mr. Chandler was almost sixty-si- x Henry later, number, and the note In imestlon of Mr. and Mr. He leaves a wife, lonif life of happiness. than sit down there and look at her. years of age. turned out to bo the only one missing Mr. J. E. Durham and sons, Orrillc three sons, two daughters, four sisROSS WARD. homo-flic- k last Miss Price was from a particular issue which had and Earl, of Jessamine, were Sunday The many friends of Miss Stella hope she went home Sa- ters and fivo brothers to mourn his been recalled. visitor of Mr. and Mrs. John Usborn Ross were surprised to know she. was week. We turday and will he more contented loss. The following brothers and sister reside in this county: Messrs. Mr, and Mrs. Tom Doolln had for married to Mr. Nathan Ward, of with us this week. A Bad Crash. Mrs. Jim Uerca, Ky., Monday morning at the John, T. M. and K. II, Chandler, Peters I bear Randall got kicked ti.u Wn.lnpxdav truest We were glad to see so many of Mesdamcs Harvey out of the housa when he asked old Day Ray and Mrs. Fred Snyder and Court bouse in Lancaster by Rev. Teater and Wm. our parents and friends out Friday Isbell. Mrs. George Tester, of Hards-towWalters for the hand, of bis daugh- baby of Pleasant Hill. George Childers, pastor of the Free evening to our programme. ter. Was he hurt much? Mrs. Wm. I.qng, Messrs. Robt. Is a hand Wire Knce Uargain: We are dom church. The bride l'oiscr Yea. He reckons he came meeting anil Newt Chandler of'Vsdlson are The Parent Teachers daughter of Mr. and Mrs. out so fast that he collided with him- soiling the Sterling wire fence, 47 some Cronley Ross, of Nina. She Is will be held Friday, Mar. 4th. TJiere also members of the family. The self olng In. Answers, London. inches high, with 0 Inch stays, No. wilt be another picture presented to whole family have our sympathy in 11 top, No. 10 bottom, with No. 12 popular and admired by all who In Any Trad. and stay wire, at 77 know her. Mr, Ward Is a popular the room .which has the largest per- this grief which comes upon them Intermediate "A drew designer." says a Camo- young business man. All Join In centage of their parent present. Let without warning. Mr. Chandler was rod, ...... .lM.ut...t In .tl.. Tin cents a 305-R- . dellvsrd In Lancaster, wishing the couple a long life of Joy ut try to persuade ouk parent and a member of the Christian church. don News, "must be born." W. .1- - M'hone friends to come out to this meeting. Burial took place 'at Topeka. Thos. S. Pleratt, Buckee, K. and happiness. ways think this Is an advaoU." Koodoo. Poach. - jority of surprise parties are fake. The r I c 1 in ha 1 For dealing in Liberty Bonds, Other Investment Securities, Bonds and Stocks, and Grain and Cotton. Members of the New York Stock Exchange, the Chicago Board of Trade and the L,ouisviIle Stock Exchange. Direct private wire connections with principal markets. Long experience, efficient organization and broad connections' enable us. to render prompt and satisfactory service. (A Ills, It McClvt 4lc.u Thr fohby of the Hotel lies ford Is a, most Iiictxitrnlrnt pi see for one' bride of an hour to dlsvolvi Into telr. At' least, IhouKht .Veil Burton. They had so far succeeded In appearing imn chnlaiit and insnr )esr insrrlnl, but i:llier had been seised with tce fright as the awful ersoa of the ho' tel rlerk met her shrinking gate. Oh, Neill" ehe gnsed. "Jint a minute I Just a minute ! They're all looking at Oh, I wish we hadn't No. I don'h Oh dear, what will lisp to us If your.father disowns yout" "Oh, I sny, Other, IhiTe's a good girl I lxi't cry not here, anyway. Father's a good old ncuiit. He'll take me hark Into the oltlfe all right. Their lingering footsteps bad at Inst brought Iheiti before the dek, and now the polite clerk was observing them with a sort of detached tmpilry Esther tremulously nudged her ut ln "Oh "Iy the the register," - Great Scott T en fell from his nerveless fingers. nh-- O, e, .Veil. Now- father "Where!" quaered llMher, hmklnc nervously uter her shoulder. "Here, mi the rrgltter. Ills nsme, I si-e- s r GUY. Kitchen Thrift. notes -- k.l 'should Garrard Have Malitia Company? !.. " -. 'u;n w as : i ..." Hep-Scotc- h I- tlu. r. our-progr- mean. I.imk here. INther. It's a you. chance for us. If he eer well. It's alt mrr hot the cheering." ir A the if the Hevntor a;xm the eli'lnc couple, all elderly grntlt'iiisn slmtlvil iit li the dek. "Have )ou by sny chsner- - " then hl eje Ml Upon the iieii register. "Ity tteorge. they're here!" Ills eje tnllikteil. "tlldll't know the yiMing I rau ana) ruli had so mnrh grit, with the girl I loved. He's pretty mnrh like the txd man. after all. Oh, hy the way." tu lh clerk, "did you happen in notice Mri lliirtimr" "Oh, yes. sir." the obliging clerk hasry tall, lr, tened to evnlsln. "Xo bniwn ffv, had a while fnther in her hat and'" Jlr. Ilurtun. "Ve, sir." "ilurh i4illsed." Mmlllng to hlmelr, he turnnl fnim abruptly. What the dek. then lUrk Tliere hf was right liefiwe him With a smile and n bote, he the girl, who snxwl wateh Ing the elevator dixir Willi aiiiloas eje. "I reeognlied you, Iti.tantly, my dear, and - " "My dear. Indeed!" Interrupted th fry Indlgnani joulig lady. "Why, you ld flirt. If Jim don't " "Hat, my dear young lady, I ara your new rather," said the embarrassed Mr. llurtnn, "I was looking "Well, you may tint! mar one who l willing to k your daughter, but I lienld advlw yon not to. Intuit ladle In a resj)ctable hotel," and the out rared clrl swent tast hlltelnto the r li ra I or, leaving the Innocent man sweeh' less with Indignation snJ rage-Mewhile Other, who had bent Wt In the writing runm, hsd beeomel tireit of waiting for Ned' o return I with hi father and a parental bless-- . Ing. "111 Jait stroll through the lobby," she thought, "ft may gtre me something lrtdes myself to. think about Ohidear, If I could only see Ned's faths and talk to him, I W Oaed grasure he woead fnrglvs-us- , cious, there--h It nowP fidgety," wtitiper! Esther, "I know (list's Neil's- fsther I am going to speak to him. Yes, I although no one am." defiantly, "I setmed Inclined fit oppot her. beg youn innn. ithe began tremulously, "but I this Mr. llurlimr "Yes, tMilame, my tisfne Is iter-tonreplied the old gentleman testily, at her over the top of spretnch-- . his forgive- - us. Tiuly, "Oh, sir. plea It was morn my fault than. Ned's." bliirtml Mr, Mer-"What what ili-- imt elul il slivd ' I- -- for" an "Ilald-hisss1r- - ," I I hi. "Oh. I am jour iluiiKhtr, )ou know. That K your Mm" Kyther stojied; 11 a for the geiitlemnn wa liMiklng at her askance. "Pretty gml forl bachelor," hn tanttered to lilm-- ilt "Khn must Ixi erasy. I'd better nut etvtle her," Hlap-pls- g his khra JiiilnRy be eiclalmed How stupid of me! "tViiy, of Hf daughter, )es, ellr" je." e - Vlce-Prcs- v ., Ther he U nnwr lu alarni Mr. Mtrton raiicht ier arm. uk swithlngly to her He jniiM "Tliere, there. Yimi must wtilt until lie get here," he wlieedletL here. Don't jou eT (Mi. "But h Ned, JtsdP- LNther was still trying tu pull nway, when Neil, talking augrtly to Mr. Bartwii. drew near. "t tell you. father, she Is not a tyrant. What on earth are )mi talking 1 - "Oh, giMHil Now let me llnJ NhI. 1 d ntiiNttT She I a tlinld a a nam." U was Interrupted by Esther cry -- Here, you that There she is now. Good heaens, I that fellow doing with' herl ruffian-- -' "I.urky you runm along as yon did. Keep a sharp eyu mi her," advised Mr contldentlally. Merton "Sbs's toe pretty a little lunatic to " "Lunatic I" cried Ned and Ksthei In unison. "This Isn't the girl I spoke to,' roared Mr. Burton. "Who the dirts ens I" "1 euims you'll have te excuse iae,H stsiumuryd Mr. Merton, backlog poo derously Into n passerby and Bnnlli maklug a blind rush for tht elevator. Peeping through the grating of the slowly rising car, he saw the young uisn klsa the fair lunatic, saw the old tuau kls them both, and then: "Confound these elevators for golnf u fnM," Im muttered, as he vigorously blew hi aos 4 - 1