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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): March 3, 1921 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1921 cen1921030301_sn86069201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): March 3, 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. THinnr first ykah LANCASTER. KY., THURSDAY AFTERNOON. MARCH 3. 1921. j NUMBER 48. HIGH BASKET BRINGS democrat endorsed at a meeting u which wa held on Tuesday evening $84.00. Officers Are Investigating An Arfew day ago, urging him to make of this week proved to be a most We note with pleasure the article Probably the best tobacco average the race for State Senator from this delightful ntTnlr. It was spread in in the Courier Journal of February rest Ha Ueen Made. made in the stnto of Kentucky durdistrict, has received n letter from the new Masonic Hall which the IIONOK UNSOLICITED. n 2Hth., a n Jipcial from Washington A sensation has occured at Paint Senator Jay W. Harlan stating that were gracious enough to tender City to that paper, In reference to ing this season, was made yesterday Tho host of frlehds of Mr, lltnley he wll not be a candidate for for the occasion. It was served by Mellaril F. West, n former Ijincaster nt the Garrard Tobacco Warehouse, Lick the result of the death of WalCounty nnd nl V Unstln and very graciously en the "Circle Girls" of the Christian boy, being spoken of favorably for with the crop of W. R. Kclley's con ter Azbill, the well known young talning 3,005 pounds, representing blacksmith of that town. It is reno nil ovrr the State will be delight dorses HoblnMin for the nomination. Church. These young women have the appointment of U, S. Commis .(I to learn thnt he ha livrn appoint The letter rends; a reputation for providing a menu sioner of Internal Revenue at Wash the entire production of less than ported that Azbill drank a small two acre of Innd. Danville, Ky. which would rejoice the heart of an ington. amount of white whiskey at his ed hy the Slate Hoard of Control of Mr. Kelley is one of the firm of blacksmith shop Monday nfternoon Institutions March 1st., 1921. epicure and for serving it with grace Charitable ami Pennl Harding is seek I! I'resiifent-elec- t superintendent of the Reformatory Hon. Joe Hoblnson, and dispatch. They exceeded their ing for efficiency in a self made man II. l Kelley nnd Sons, noted thru-o- with some friends. They bought it the state and probably the nation from nn unknown man. Harney at Frankfort, ami will tuke charge Lancaster, Ky. reputation on Tuesday evening, one ami a true republican from his carl! ami assume the duties Incidental to Dear Mr. Uobinson: visitor coin if so far ns to sjiv that est childhood and for generations of as the largest producers of that fa- Thomas, of Herea, Madison county, I have heard that you are consid-- , the appointment on .March l&th. h.. had attended mam Father and parentage before his birth, none mous brand of tobacco seed In the has been arrested, charged with hav He Informs us that the to- ing white whiskey in hi possession Mr llaitln ami hi excellent family ering me question oi entering the Kon j.anoueU in manv state but that could fill the place better than Mil world. bacco he sold yesterday, wns drawn and suspicion, it Is said, polnta to will move U Frankfort nnd occupy nice for the Democratic nomination the one in I. n outer surpassed any lard F. West. WesleyHis father, J. the residenre furnished the superin for State Senator from this district he had ever attended. One hundred West wns an honorable citizen of from the same bed, from which he Is Thomas as having sold the liquor I want to say that I will riot be a tendent by the Slate. nmi thirtv-twfather nn.l .on. .It. Garrard County, being elected on the selling his present crop of seed, and which killed Azbill. ., lr..rnnt..lv l..i.lu th Monday night Azbill told his wife for renomlimtlon, and Ho tell u that he ha severed all candidate republican ticket and held the office thnt the entire crop was absolutely official relhtlon with the Republican would be delighted to see you as the ly appointed long tables provided "an of I ounty Court C lerk for two free from rust or wildfire. This i thnt ho U'n .llfTorint. frnm n ipvftro In the back of his head. . party, In which connection he hai nominee of the party for this 'office. unusual scene and one which will not terms. He died when Millard was shown and told, that his seed may know the quality of to-- J day morning the pain was much lieen recognized n one of the State I feel that you would be the logical ,.. fnnrolten. but ten year old, leaving four boys trailer for a number of ear, being man lor the nomination and arc es Prior to the banquet a good deal all younger thnn the subject of this bacco that his famous seed produces. worse nnd he showed evidence of The crop sold yesterday brought poisoning. A physician was sumuntil hi resignation was accepted n pecially well qualified for the office. of preliminary work hud to be done. article He and hi mother, with Willing you the best of mireess, If Rev. K. II, Ilourlanil was chairman of the counsel of his guardian, raised an average of $52.25, the highest moned and declared that Azbill had member of the State Committee bringing $81.00. you deride to enter the race, I been poisoned. II in stomach was from the Kighth District. the General Kxccutive Committee and educated theso boys to manhood basket One load of this tobacco contain giving him great pain and great He will take no further active ill which promoted the banquet. II. V and all to honorable maturity, with Very cordially. terest In politic during hi incum Ila.tin was chairman of the Ticket scant means, but with energy mid ed 1,3.10 pounds and sold for an whelps broke out on the nbdomcn. Jay W. Harlan. bency in that Important position, but Committee; W. O. Goodloc of the through many times of hard trial and average of $09.22. The following His pain was intense and he soon energy anil passed away. Officers have anwill ilevote hi entire Menu Committee; K. C. Gaines of great elfort, Millard succeeded in are the sales of each basket: 150 pounds sold for $39; 100 (a) nounced thnt the physician said that .ability in behnlf of the unfortunate, NO the Publicity Committee and G. II educating himself by teaching $11; 190 (Si $44; H5 (a) $13; 135 Azbill was poisoned by potash which who are confined in that initltution schools. hwinebrond of the Program Com- (35 &i $64; 25 is now being used by moonshiners, .nml who will be umler the control of $84; 90 f the local general m'tlrr- His uncle ond guardian, W. T. $54; Eleven KentllckV . . . I, it is said, to give the biting effect to We congratulate the In $80; 195 Mr Ilattin. .L r .v. wmcn West, of this city, a linn ond staunch $80; 115 g) $77; 80 ...I.. me i. .11. v. luiiiiiiiiifc $71; 50 $61; 50 & moonshine whiskey. Officer arc State llonnl un their (election ouil advise and promote the Father and republican nml nn intimate friend $70; 180 Counties. $05; 220 (jp $G5; 165 S making a most vigorous investigafeel that they could not have found Son idea not only in Kentucky but of the late Senator W. O. Hradley $70; 95 (Jii $45; 410 $45; 140 tion. in Kentucky u more suitable man for and other prominent republicans, se $00; 230 country. Frankfort, Ky.. - Automobiic lie-- , ov,'r " I $20; 75 p $12.75. it i i. i the responsible portion, ami know enses n. nwinenroau, presiueu a cured for young West n position in P $22; 110 Musl by County Clerks in' "r " that they could not have found one Kentucky up to January 29 touted jtonstmaster and he kept things going the revenue service, with John W. Total, 3,005 pounds, average $52.25 Be $1579.65. outitde of the State who would do 80,501, according to figures iriven " hp nt real estate sales. Yerken, as Deputy Collector. When ""' By St. Louis the Job a satisfactorily u our out at the otfice of the automobile About the time the eats were duly dis Mr. Ycrkes was appointed U. S. low townsman. Mr. Hastln ha abil department Clell Tntum, the popular Paint of the State Tax Com- posed of, he began the program by Commissioner of Internal Revenue, ity, tact and energy and we look mission. Passenger cor license is calling on Messrs. Paul Hoyd, John knowing young West's ability, his Lick boy, who "burned up" all the forward to a report In a short time sued totaled 75,80 and truck licens- Farra, Chas. Doty "bush league" games in this part and George Swine-broa- d true manhood and his worth, he took that he I filling the position Mti In Danville of the country season before last, es 10.7 12. for a vocal selection. Follow- him to Washington, where he ha Aroused factorlly not only to the Hoard but to every and was then taken on by tho LouisOf the total number of car licens ed then In succession, with flashes been with the department the entire State. ville Colonels, is to be given a great ed 22.4 per cent or 19,425 arc listed of wit and period of enrnest since never proving a disappointment thirty-eigh- t years Mr llaitln Is chance to make good on the big line from Jefferson county, in which thought, short talks by Rev. K. H. to his superiors, being rapidly pro old, educated nt Kentucky Statu Uni Louisville is located. Now that President-elec- t Harding by the St. Louis Browns of the Of these 15,- - j itourland on "The Community and moted, until today he holds tho next versity and Perdue, graduating in 038 are pasenger cars and 3.494 The Ilov:" bv Prof." Paul llov.l nr place to the Commissioner now In is to succeed I'rcsiucnt Wilson In a American League, this spring. The Klectrical Kngineering at the latter trucks. fol'The passenger mr license "The Hoy and The Father;" by Rev. Mrvicc' hsw'nc received many pro- - few days, Interest I being revived Louisville Pojf ttKtfcc-trttJTy'place in 190.1. He built and with Issued In the past lows: in Jefferson County were 21 ' C. D. Strother on "The Church and motions under later Commissioner in patronage matter. local Ice plant hi brother, own the Clell Tatum, the Paint Lick rookie, Danville has always been especially Hoy;" by Henry Howcn Moore than Mr. Yerkes. percent of the total for that c!ai-Th- c Fleet ric Light fication and the and tho Hi untiring energy, his faith- interested in the collectorship but who threatened for a time last spring trucks 32.0 per cent, on "The Father throuch a Son' plant. or almost of the number Spec" and by Rev. H. S. Hudson on fulness nnd his ability, easily fit him this feature has disappeared because to become a second Carl Mays, Is He U a member of the otTictal of from a truck licensed. "If I Were a Ilov." J. A. Reailev for nny position of trust that he of the abolishment of this office. going to got the once-ove- r board of the I.ancastcr Christian Fayette County, in which Lexing- - and Dr. J. 11. Klnnaird were to have may be honored with. His ancestry, However, the unusunl interest is be major league outfit. Clell will go Church, and tenches a young ladle' ton is located, was Drowns, second in the responded to toast but were unable all republicans, nnd with his father's ing manifested in the postmnstership. south with the St. Louis bible clai. Ho has always taken an number of passenger and uncle' training imbued him with The politician arc speculating as to passing through here on his way to ear licenses j to be present active part in education, serving n with 3.1C2, but fell Into third place The speakers were Mr. republican principles from his early who will be named Postmaster Hogalusa. term n it member and chairman of In the number of trucks If Clell ever make good In proWood's successor. Unless the Civil licensed with H. C. Miller, district Y. M. C. A. childhood Graded 674 listed. the board of the He is a Garrard County product Service policy is changed, another fessional ball It will be through the Kenton County, in Secretary and Dr. II. E. Taylor, of and High School. which Covington is located, Issued Herea College. Iloth made Impre- - nnd the citizenship of the entire postmaster could not be named, but medium of a major league club. .'He county, irrespective of party nffili it is taken for granted that Presi has so much to learn that n minor .596 passenger car licenses, the sive addresses. Mr. Miller' High third largest number, and C33 truck 'because of its earnestness and whole, ations, Ifust that he may reach the dent Harding will change by exe- league outfit cannot afford neither the licenses, the second Unrest, while Isonte advice to fathom? Mr Tnvln.. position and for which he has aspired cutive order this part of the arrange- time nor the money to teach him. Warren County, with Howling Green because of It snarkllnir humor and and for which he Is so well qualified ment. Mnny politicians are figuring It will take patience and unremitting The Planter and Growers Tobac- as the county seat, that Mr. - K. Rue ,of the Farmers' drilling to tench Clell the fine points issued 2,240 vivid examples of boys who had made co Warehouse sold Tuesday at an deosure car nnd 323 truck National Hank .will be the next post- of the game. a great success of life by persistence license: average of $15.30. As the Market Campbell County containing New Tatum's ns.ict at present is a gift master if he desires the place, while and following one a bent continues good on all grades at pres- port, Hellevue and Dayton iAued He i blessed with an not n few political leader favor Mr. of nature. The quartet mentioned above also ent, we advise our friend to bring Virtues A. H. Hrown for the Important place. underhand fast ball that crowds the pleasure car and 505 truck lie-- rendered other selections and George their tobacco in at once. We will Resides making the hitter A large number of the younger poli- batter. and McCrarken County, with Swinebroad sang well n solo entitled, sell every day from now on to the Paduruh as the county Lustro ticians strongly favor .Mr. Gavin keep a respctful dietanct? from the seat issued "Daddy, You've Hecn A Mother to end of the Season. The following 2,116 pleasure car licenses and 370 Me." All In all Wiseman for and if he plate this shoot ha enough natural it wns n great oc Finish. aro a few of our Sales made Tues for truck. should desire the place he wuuld be stuff on it to worry the best of casion nnd one enjoyed to the full day: No licenses were reported from n est; for no people under the sun n most formidable contender, but it slugger. When Tatum first worked y Duddcrcr and Dunce! sold Those who failed to come to Conn is understood that ho would not con out with the Colonels at Mobile he number of counties in tho mountain getting together nnd thrusting pounds, avcrag, $32.20 1083.26. ous region of Kentucky. No their feet under the festive board Ilrother store last Saturday, missed sider taking the place. At Harrods looked so rugh that no trace of the Kirkpatrick and Hailcy sold 1,1115 pleasure car license were issued one of the greatest treats of the burg quite ii fight was in progress diamond was visible. Joo McCarthy in more thnn do the Ijincnster people. pounds, averi $23.14 $274.17. season, when Miss K. J. Hrald, re some weeks ago, and one of the lead thought his case was hopeless but llreathitt. Clay, F.lliott. Hoyd, JackJohn Duncel sold 1135 pounds, son. Ktiott, Lee, Lelie, Magoffin, presenting the Hannn Paint Com ers told the Advocate that Senator took him in hand and in a few days The pnny, demonstrated to n crowd thnt Richard P. Krnst told versa $33.17 $376.50. Owsley and Wolfe counties, his committee taught Clell how to unlimbcr his II Mnupin sold 900 pounds, vr- filled tho store during entire day, that then grant Congress Stick. the superior qualities tho the famous man he proposed tothe privilege shoulder muscles. It was glimsethat $30.83. $295.94. of Day King Swope first got n of of the Colonel Arnold and Kidd sold 1,580 pounds Nothing thnt will improve the effi ILitina Lustro Finish Paint. Miss naming tJie postmasters in the Kighth what he could do. When Clell pitchAverse $22.12 $349.50. Crowd ciency or accuracy of Joseph's ever Hrald is nn nrtist of exceptional abil Congressional District notwithstand ed in hitting practice mighty few Craig Duddcrcr sold 1,720 pounds. ity, cntertahilng the crowd with her ing the fact that Congressman Swope whacks left the bat solidly, and the There was a very larire crowd here Trapes the keen eye of the popular work nml bits of humor, that brought was not Av.ru. $22.20 $378.14. didn't hesitate to express He was of the .Monday, but very little business ! I'pneior, .nr. a. w. Joseph. lor lie last W, A SPKITH, Mgr. forth was transacted on ih.. .r,. U'"" recently installed the "last tion. much applause and commenda opinion that Congressman Swope their fear of Tutum' underhand thlnK" ln mi,n,u'"ing dry good it tho man which Church Notes thougha the merchant of the town re- - lU nUr"ctln? ,n-- ' "Uentlon ofnndhis So pleased were the ladies present, would probably name organization in swift one. art of pitching Tatum The fine the local republican good port business. About 76 Memorial services for Archibald mule were offered privately and a customer and bringing forth many that a petition with forty name were each county favored. It is under didn't seem able to pick up despite . MM ..,, ...Ill I... I. ..I. I ... ,1.. ft. L ..... v ii.iii - Hit V"Mi iwi II nn viluilKl-l-l I Inanus Ul .VIT .IOW prICCS favorable comment. This machine sent to the firm, thanking it for the stood that the organization in Mercer able Instruction he had had from church next Sunday morning. Mr. I Monte Fox bought ono of RobL known a the "Mensurcgraph," not instructive work nnd entertainment county favor Mr. Aldcron and in Hen Tlncup, Hill Meyers nnd other of Miss Hrnid nnd asking thnt she be the light of this fact, other with smart member of the Colonels. As th-McLean, who died very unexpectedly Shearer, for $200; Raymond Davis ionIy nu,niU ' Koods accurately, week ago, was President of one of Robt. Gulley for $190; V. A. but nt the same time calculates the returned next year .that she ihlght drew, leaving Alderson u clear field. long as there was nobody on base. a few tho Fdreign Christian Missionary Lear sold a nice team to W. T. Rob total amount of tho purchase to the see the result and frulU of her The organization in Hoyle county Tatum was n great pitcher. Any- -' society for many year. He carried inson for $350; D. U Spoonamore fraction of a cent, thus climating the labors. Those petitioning tho com- so far as the Advocate knows has body who ever got on, could steal never expressed its choice. (Advo Tatum' glove. They got uch leads the burden of Foreign Missions up one to W, T. Robinson for $162.50. yard stick and the time it would pany were: Mrs. L. G. Davidson, Mrs. Forrest cate.) on Clell that the coachcr on hi heart as no other Disciple did A lew sheep were sold for $9.00 n take the clerk to figure the cost of had to Stapp, Miss Maymo Walters, Mis the article. throw bases ahead of the runner in He was a great leader and u unique head with a few lilmb thtown In. Two of these machines have been Hetsy West, Mis Amanda Anderson, Colonel order to stop them. Manager Mccharacter. The service wilt be erected and Mr. Joseph Is so well Mrs. Price Smith, Mr. J. II. Sanders, Carthy couldn't afford to let Clell marked by the unveiling of Mr. Mc pleased with them, ho will order two Mis Jane Williams, Mrs. Mary Lutz, get the experience at tho ex Lean's portrait with appropriate You Mrs. J. C. Williams, Mrs. W. M. F.I- pense of the Colonel's standing of more In the near future. ceremonies though every thing will liott, Mr. W. A. Price, Mrs. J. W.l Our friend nnd fellow townsman, the club ,so ho decided to be most simple. At the evening let him There will be an examination held hlmore, Mis Lillian Kinnaird, Miss Hon. J. S. Haselden, has Just received try his ware In a minor aggregation. service tho subject of tho vcrtnon will In Ijtncaster on March 20th. by the New Kate Kinnaird, Mrs. II. S. Hudson, a commission from Governor Mor-Mi- A trade wa arranged through the be "Repentunce," tho second In tho United State Civil Service Commis The Harrodsburg Ice and Produce Martha GUI, Mis Jane Doty, row, appointing htm an Aide de club for Tatum to go to Mobile, but series on some of Iho religious funda- sion, for the position of rural carrief Company, is the atyle of tho now firm Mrs. W. J. Romans, Mrs. A. K. Walk- - Camp on hi staff, with the rank of Clell never reported. Instead ho mental. for Hustonville, Lincoln county and which during the past week has pur er, Mrs. Frank Thompson, Mrs. Theo Colonel. It is now Colonel Hajcl- went ho(ii.j to Paint Lick. for vacancies that may occur later chased the Garrard and Lincoln Pro Currey, Mr. V. A. Lear, Mr. C. A. den and hi friends aro handing him FOR 3ALK: A new Chapel Tutum I n young. Organ, dark oak. J. F. Holtzclaw. on rural route from other post of- duce Company. The new firm will Robinson, Mr. W M. Simpson, Mrs. out congratulation by the score. ter and willing to listen t6 Instrucfices In the d county. be under the management of Mr. R. IL L. Griggs, Mrs. J. II. Wood, Miss The honor is well bestowed and the tions. If he can take his tutor FOR SALE: Pure Whlto Rock The examination is" open only to L. Hagan and can be found at th .nhl Kliza Smith, Mr, Geo. Smith, Mis recipient of It I as proud as a boy more seriously this year, and the egg at 75cU. per setting of 15 egg. citizen who are domiciled In the ter- stand on'Stanford street, where they Llzzi Bettii, lln. J. W. Smith, Mr, with his first pair of boot. Drown have the time to spend with Phone 382-I- t. Mrs. Jim Cox. ritory of a post office in said county. always pay the highest' market price S. A. Walker and Mr.' U. F. Robin- - "Colonel Haselden" we congratulate him, Tatum may still become a won Uoth men and women are eligible. for country produce. you. on. der. BREAKS ALL AWFUL DEATH TOWNSMAN A CANDIDATE RECORDS. Paint Lick Blacksmith Banquet Together Last May Be A Garrard HIGHLY HONORED Endorses Robinson For Tuesday Night. County Boy. W. R. Kelley Averages Drinks Small QuantHon. Henley V. Kastin Senator Fvom Tin's Program Of Unusual Interest To Th Millard West Favorably ity Of Moonshine .$52.25 For Entire Mentioned District. Appointed Superin 132 Who Were Present. Whiskey .For Commissioner Of Internal Crop. AND DIES HORRIBLE DEATH. Mr. J. K. Robinson, whom the tendent Of Frank- The Father and Son Hnnquet Revenue. FELLOW HARLAN NOT FATHER AND SON TAX CHIEF fort Reformatory Mn-so- ut - o l.,.,ift ,., cus-jpa- in Tuc.-tome- rs jMJJOS iljs-tri- ct 1 fl Tatum To Out Tried INTEREST Postmastership. aj one-thir- d n i Averages At Planters. , I- TALENTED ARTIST 2,-2- ", Demonstrates Of Hanfia's n en-Jo- Passing Of Court Yard Large Christian Rural Carrier Examination Haselden If Please. Firm. ss good-nature- d above-mentione- .) t The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Mch 3 1921. ed by more than SO McCracken county farmers. Wavland Hhonils. extension spec lallst In beef cattle production from the State College of Agriculture, led the discussion on the "llctter r Stock" movement. The1 society unanimously agreed that the movement should be given Its sup- nort. Among other speakers on the program were Dr. V, W. Simmons, and Dr. Carl state veterinarian Fisher, veterinarian at I'aducnh. Sircs-Hcttc- EVER AFTER Uncle Walfe Wide- - By MILDRED O. HOMORS. a XinJir.lt -You don't mind If wo llnMi the story, ' you, ItenT We have a story every lilRht. don't we, kiddle)" Two curly head bobbed an eager IA HIS. fcr MrClvi Nipixr MOTHER 'S PIES assent. BALMY PEACE solitudes." said tho L wild man of the woods, "a man dmtin't see any inagnilne and doesn't retM-any bulletin from the health authorities, no he enjoys a eaco that Is never known In the buy haunts. There a man simply has to sube nNxit the mow Hie charter," little J run ilrtiiandeil. "So lie rode away im Ills charter to right the wrong mid to fol tow the king, and he rode and rode until he came to the hut where the old witch lived." Hen Prentiss watrhrd her, wistfully poultry standardisation cam- With an arm nmund The each child, her paign being conducted by the State bright hnlr rlne to Jritn'i dark ctirK College of Agriculture is going rapid.Mndce had never looked prettier or ly forward, according to reports from more unattainable. "And when the castle pates were various counties which arc being refor , a beggar liny was wtaudlng ceived nt Lexington. P. W. Martin Henderson county agent reports that outside and tin one knew that he was disguise." farmers in his county have already Prince Charming In The pretty story drew-- to Its trluin Wyandotte ordered 0,705 White ihnnt close. More eggs for hatching purpose "So they were married and there expected to be received was feasting and laughter for sewn order are from fanners in this same county as days and they lived happily ever af ter." the work progresses. n "Happily ever lifter t" breathed In l'ulaski county where the work first started seven HoMiy-tioy- . "Ve. denr. Now run off to bed. years ago farmers have received waiting for yon." Mother' orders for 05,000 eggs to go outside "Is Mr. 1'rcntl coins to Ml you a county. These eggs will be used story nowi" the Hotter stock through the use of by farmers in neighboring counties "I'erhnp." "Are you going to tell me a story. better qirrs was the principal sub-Jc- in establishing standardized flocks. The work in l'ulaski county Is llenV discussed nt the f'I don't know how- - to begin." meeting of the State Veterinary being carried on by three associations "All good storle begin with 'Once which is nt Iturnside, one nt Society which was recently held at one of upon n time." I'aducah. The meeting was attend Science Hill and one at Somerset. "Once tiHiti n time there Ihed In a little cottage In the valley a poor womlchopper who liad thnv son. The oldest son wa Mmlght and fair and tall, and be longed for wealth and luxury as thirsty bloom long for the dew. So one day, the old man gave him his blelng for 'twn nil he had to give and he set out over the circling hill to the country that lies And by and by news of his adventure drifted lwrk to the valley, medino hut he never came Imek and he never found the xit of gold. and "Now, the second mm whs merry itnil dark. And iumy lay is compounded by See the father gave Mm hi ldelng. ami he, too, set out over the circling hill. A REGISTERED PHARMACIST And because he was roy awl merry and dark, be met n inulilrii and they loved nnd niarrleil and llveil In a litCome to tle cottage of their own beside a spar-klln-g Tell us GENUINE ifwS Till! sylrnn snow-whit- e "BULL flood cigarettes Standardized Poultry Campaign Progressing They were delicious for two reasons the knew how to make them, and SHE USED TrjE BEST OF FLOUR. DURHAM tobacco makes 50 10c IIVaBaV scribe for a lot of inn glial tie, a a matter of The flour that made her pie famoua wn no better or purer than our universally praised oH-nrd- art after him all i the time. Some of the canvasers are ' ma t'anvnser PADUCAH SOCIETY Boosts Better Stock Movement. stand-nrdiiatio- ct semi-nnnu- Your Prescriptions chances when administering cine the sick. that your prescription Be Very Careful Who Fills Them Take I 1 Mc Robert s Drug St ore Why worry over the possibility of another war? Having had our eye1 teeth cut, the rest of us should be able to get rich then. When the Lord created the earth he gave to mnn the means of pro-- 1 tecting himself against all of the things that walk or crawl thereon except the profiteer. He slipped a cog there. Chicago Job printer rejected a cut in wages on the ground that living expenses have not decreased. And still, one can hardly expect them to descend to the level of their employers. A New (lint In tin Utopian dreams arc pleasant things while they la9t. Just now n good many well meaning people are in favor of America setting the world an example by disarming without waiting for other nations to take similar action. That reminds us of the big dog with a juicy bone. As long ns his teeth aro good and sharp he will hold onto his dinBut remove his teeth ner. and some mangy cur will take it away from him. America's great wealth is a mighty juicy bone. Our armauent Is our teeth. Figure it out for yourself. ' I eland authority fa usserts trilis tilnrintmtt tn Alt. annex let it We'll j tralia and then step over and the United States. Hut don't disturb your peace of mind. They say that rolling stones gather have plenty of time to down no moss, but when In tho political to kowtow to the little mikado. arena they bring up a lot of mud. a few! brown ! GENUINE OLIVER CHILLED AN0 SYRACUSE PLOWS at the following prices Oliver Chilled 20 Oliver Chilled 40 Oliver Hill-sid- e 20, 1 - - $15.50 - - $17.50 $16.50 Hill-sid- 26, $ 1 7 Syracuse $ 8. Syracuse Collars, Bridles and Breeching at cost. Our prices will interest you and we ask that you come and look our line over. e Guodh & Walker Bros lone whlowa w-n y children to j supiHirt, and others i art? energetic young t men who ore tr) r lug to work their way through the L.tra efnrlnnrv They are deervlng eople, and jou feM It n duty to help them along, so I the tlrt thing you know your mall lox Jammed full of literature. Having palil for It, jou feel that you ought to I read It, and your life Is ruined thereby. "When I wns young, the magazines tried to entertain people. They bad I good stories and a Poet's t'orner, and a Jokes, deartinent demoted tn lluu-land another to household bints mid re'll-- . There wa some eiiM In rending a mngnzlne then, for It soothed and sustnlnrd you. Hut nowadays the mngatlne editors consider It their duty to harrow jour soul nnd make your hair stand on end like ipjlllx iimu the porkfol fretcuplne, or word to that effect. They are nlway e viewing with nlarni, and trying to j'Hi Unit )ou take your life In your hand every live minutes. 'They have n lot of health socialist writing for them, and these health sharp nlnt out that pretty near evmid drink Is a deadly er) thing jou pol-nThey illdn'l scare mo to any great extent, for I nm n mot Intrepid ' mnn, hut they soon had my wife so rattled she didn't know whether she was going or coming. fond of a "I always stream. good cup of coffee, nnd my wife could "And the youngest son was a dreammake the best coffee, you ever heard er. of. She went to work at It like a "Now, there lived In that amp coun- lenrned niithecary comoundlng a try a king whoe gray cntlc crowned prescription. Then- - wa no guess the hilltop. The king hsd n daughter, work about It. SJie took mi honest the Princes Winsome. whoe lovlr wa ) pride In It. and her coffee wa a revelike spun gold and sluw cheek were lation to every coiKiimer. I ued to lie In the spring- ' like the apple awake at night wUblng It was brrak-fns- t time. And the woodfhopier' boy umm time, so I could have my morning riding past hi cup to see the prince of coffi-e- . cottage, and he tled to pick the pret"Hut one morning when I went to tiest wild flower , to give her a she the table the coffee was mlfslng. Jn at the feot f St. Us plaiv there was u sickly beverage I passed. And Valentine, lie' broke bis little Imnk to had never si en before. . I asked all exbuy a lacy token and tmt It on the planation, and my wife said that no step. would le made In our, grew more coffee Wlnowe "Now a the l'rltnv houe. The wonder Is, said she, 'thatup 'twas sold that wlnnner had the we still live and move and have our bemot to offer ! he prince or only lin? for coffee U a runk imiIsoii. If you freeman should win her band In Dr. 'Jnkfoogle'a nrtlclc In the n read I low the wnodchopper" Junkopolltnn Magatlne. you will see longed for the tiny when he. too, should that coffee contains n large wrceiitage venture beyond the eirellng hills to of tannin, which Is so deadly that If sail the seven sea, for be dared to you place n drop on the tongue of mi hope that he might bring iwiric lmsi-ur- o alligator, It will roll over, dead." rich enough and fair enough to "I told her that I had no alligators win the hand of the Prince-- Wlnoine. on the premise, and consequently could Hut when he pnke of going, the not try the experiment, but I aured said : " 'Who will chop Hie wood If thou her Unit I didn't care anything nNiut I wanted my conjee ai shotiliNt leave me? Who will till the jjh. iMilwm. Imiim. She said Id have to tleld and tend the she pi'" wanting. She thought ton "So. because he wa old and need- keep on me to an untimely ed him. the yoiinget son tn)il with much of me to And. un)how, she explained the father and tried to forget the land grave. Dr. .Inkfoogle bad told bow to make u bey owl the hills." was terfect-- , "And Ikw does the story ondT" substitute for coffee Hint ly wholesome. She hnd followed bis Madge prompted softly. ! result waa before I'm wirry. Madge," he blurted. "It's Instructions, and the Perhaps It didn't taste us good an a silly story ami couldn't Interest you, me. coffee, but It wuk wholesome. It would I I guess I'd better go." my veins with nil corpuscle nnu Softly, as If she had not hoard, she till restore hair to my buhl bead. It was took up the story. mndo of marrowfat cui which hud "And many suitor came to the casbeen cnrefully roasted In n hot oven. tle on the hill and rhcht royally were "In order to get u cup of coffee after The ote by one' thev ctiterlalliod. that I had to muko a sneak to the they lOHled of their valiant deeil tho kind dished up Wiiiome to chop bouse, and before my time. My the Prince and dd there innilo marry them. Hut she tody smiled and out all my favorite dlshe shook her head, and one by one they wife cut Dr. Zlnkfoogle or sotno other went away So the prime) wnlteil magazine writer denounced them, nnd until one day the wmMkhopper's son living on roasted pens gate, and then finally I win appeared at the castle I l.nll.il snluacb. and I con very, very happy, for the princes vn cluded that If I hud to feed HUo the she knew he was her prince In discows I'd live llko them, to I came to guise." mean yon tho forest fastnesses." Voii don't "Madge! meiin!" can't "Marrlags Dreaktr" Duty. In Ho moonlight her little face was bolOne of tho deplorable results of like a Mower, shevik misrule In Husslu Is tho Hut Madge, dear. I've nothing to of a "breaker of marriage" I'fTer J oil except Invo." Pctrogriid, who Is wild to bo gruntIn x "You have the only thing I want-dre- am ing more than divorces n week. necessary, the nml n heart of gold." No Investigation I "Oh, Mr. PreallMi." Ilohhy-tioy- , only requirement Mng the nlgnature appmred In of the person doslrlng freedom from ami brent "We couldn't hear the murrlage. he doorwayur story. Hid they get marrest of ried and llo happily ever aft err' A Helpful Hint. "Happily ever after," Hen agreed growled u hypercritical " solemnly. customer In the rapid lire restaurant. Ilohhv-hoillMpeared with n Jerk, "This confounded pli-cof meat la so ami Jean' exetted whisper shrilled tough I can hardly iU UP through the summer night. "(let It down on the lloor wbero you "Hobby t Auntie Madge was klhig can put jour foot on It when you gnaw to tell inaiumu." It," briskly returned Ilelolse, tho w nithim. Prentts Inughed and drew I he girl res.." Kiinsus f'lty Star. rloM-r- . "And so they were married." Ths Difference. ho wldsMrel. "A goisl housewife Is very different "And there was feuMlng and laugh-te- r for seven day," Madce dimpled, from u kimmI husbundmatu" -I low wV "although the court gossips said 'twas "SUo U uiwava ntwlng tars." ho propoed." tho urlnci-1 . i e con-vlm- ltd! Glen Lily 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 we want them to try it. You may want to duplicate mother's pies and you can. If GARRARD MILLING KY. CO. LANCASTER, ry u. et i To Drejm of M.ekff.l. Mark, ret especially If eaten, slgnb fle that ymi will mk- - the acjualn Uncoo one of the opposite sex who will become ,rt useful to jou. i Can Do No More. I I las " '"' "' " . that sfter a man wh.lews,h the T WIs In sl-- this rouge ' S-- "- -'' Siberian Oread Substantial. Fancy Duds. Or The small rmecl bread of Slherla Another Itateg that cause a chlfken Is declareil to be the most substantial to cros the rtmd Is a show window of all the hsnliark breads of the universe. with a gtMt iiiirmr (S. C.) Heee-rIn It. Columbia hhsm Ansloot Landlord. woman living In a I.nndm uhurb who said thnt her hHthand wa very 111, complained in a msglstrntn that the landlord rall,,l every day, and sometimes twiie a i!ny. to Inuulru If he were A 1 iIpHi Birds and Superstition. Numerous Idnls are mlxl up with t signs of death. a ptgean enter n house, or n rohln eotne itireicli tlie door, and somo eple expect calami ty. Owls, again, are ofalumts birds to the superstitious, Regular Teeth. The treth should t.e regular. They should twit be crowded tofjHhrr, and noticethen should be no able space twtweest thoM. Tliey should l white Of see white. Th unmmantlc truth l that teeth am never really while. Hut In contrast with the Up they mk wtdte. stwl tho linjre healthy looking the lip tho wb'ter ! tho teeth took rr rmitrnst. oiM-e- ea-ti- e mar-ralg- In Congreis. Cx.Prcsldcnt Only one president returned to put lie life after quitting his office. John Qulncy Adams, retiring from the presidency In lV-t-l. returned tn Washington In 1S31 as a member of the house of representative at the age of sixty-fouI'rletid feared this step would dim the luster of his great fame, but his servlco In congress only added to his renown. r. sreelj j DON'T COME HERE st-n- UNLESS YOU WANT QUALITY I QUANTITY store carries a Kt'Hi'ral hno of for the home, the olfice, the practically Hhop, the farm, the garden, and kIvoh you quantity and quality in every article you buy. ThU Koncral We do not care to "blow" too much about what we can do for you. We much prefer to have you come here and find out for yourself, as most of the shrewd buyers in this community are doiiiK. be-cu- NEW SPRING GOODS ARRIVING DAILY. lib, "Ar-r-r-r!- t' Beit grade Gingham 15 to 20 cents a yard. Best Calico 12Vi to 15 cents a yard. $6.00 9x12 Japanese Matting Rugs..... $1.75. Overalls, just arrived, HIGHEST PRICES PAID for COUNTRY PRODUCE Thos. & Pieratt, BUCKEYE, KY. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Men 3 92 1. 1 Uncle Walk JUDSON i ojorvr C7 111 1 Itxsoi HENRY CLAY CAKE You can't imagine a tno.r wholesome tlcssctt than a big slice of IcrnplinKcakc made from IILNRY nour. Y It is tlic dessett that brings pleasing compliments horn your giidls or (ur nisi ics your family a dainty, nourishing treat. CI-A: Mm. t.uthcr Smith la. Ioja4y lm provtog. Mr. (Srover Ijimb ta n Waltor In thin vicinity. Mr. J. t). liny apent the tiny' Sun-tta- y with Mr. Jnmca Foator. Mr. I.eennril I'ollaril apent the tin) Thursday wrlth Mr .Turn N'aylor. 13 per cent Cotton Seed Meal. Lucky Strike cigarette Its toasted DEING A SUNBEAM gn-n- t ileal (tlntlfff.M mIiI Hie similiter, "mid ve go nrmiml telling our friend not to worry. 'I'lio ndvlre la good ctiouKli. lull we don't pause to reflect ttmt optimism In it ini'iitnl nt 1 (t fl'1 :. VV nlKiut nrut rend n S I Your Dealer Sells Iluilton and Parnau. ykm Darn Iaic Hulfmnn wi the Kucwt Surwlny nf Ml It Oale (irimea. Mm. Jnmea Crimea la quite H' which her friemla are aorraw tc knaw. Mr. Jnme Knrl Whlttnker spent the ttey Sunday with Mr. Stanley tlttnle Hint run Im readied only by study ninl training. H'lint sliall wo study? I liuve here, mnilain, n little hook 'Mow In lion Sunbeam,' which ntnwiT Hie quea-Ho- n fully nnd ntl-lle- HENRY CLAY FLOUR .1 kalce flour. Trj' it with any good rccijK'; feel the pure white filky texture; note the small amount of ingredients it takes to bake the fineil cake you could wirh for. is th IVofwi flour, lavinj the mum- HENRY CLAY FLOUR Fter. Mb , Mr. ami Mm. Huh S1mpen were Stimkiy of Mr. nml Mm. Kebt. KHiaH I'ercilln Humphrey wtu the 11 una written liy " "I don't rare wlm II was writ ten ly, or wlietli. r It la Indorsed by nil tin- tatfmt-t- i ntul prelate In tln country," firlalrned Mrs. urfew. "I ilnn't want to ) n siirihrnui, experience having tnusht mo Unit I run cot along better nml hare leu trouble iiihI trltiiilnlliin, when I IimiIc n murli like ii iiKtmlul rake it targrly guru - lajh unifnim qiulily, pwi a lone way in If )ou are no( tuic tf your flour, I tonic luting worL. Amonc tliscnminjlinc liouvrwor I IENRY CUW Flour lu a uflly rntnrtl rrputation foe nuking tlie fmeil, lightrit cakrs ami Uiin. It If'ri fjithrr tlun any lirr flour, Ijrcauv of its IiijJi gluten aailrtlft It impjtti a tidirvoj m fior tlul i a revelation m UUint-u- . Brudct, it"l Ilour. e.y to lAc with IENRY CLY Sunnnn Kueat WetJneatlny of Mhwi Mae N'nyler. Mlaa Mnuilie Carpenter waa the KUeat Snturdny nlu'ht anil Sunday ef Ml Verxinln liny. CARTERSVILLE Mra, John Ynter and daughter pent the dny recently with Mm. .Vnnnie liny and daughter. Little Minnie Lee Stinnett is ill at Mr. and Mra. Milton Illack nrc rc-- i thi writing. Mr. John M. Key is visiting friends celvlnc congrntulntioni over the nr-- I rivnl of n handaomc K pound girl nt ut this place. their home. Feb. ".3rd. The little Mrs. C. S. Roop, who has been ill MIm hna hiajn nnmetl Louite Illnck. for n few days is recovering. ' possible. Clover and Timothy seed. Hifh Jufl to prove I IENRY CLAY Flour It a luperiof flour, otdct a sack PAINT LICK etenlng before I went In IxmJ test seeds. Hudson and Farnau. "IaiI lodiy (rum )tur grtcf. t I waa rending n Imok culled 'Munthlrie It. G. Woods wna In Mrs. Wnlkcr Itryaia), who has iutn Snxiili,' It waa nl-n wnmhri who Monday. ill for a few weeks, is able to be out Just made up her inlnil to lir happy Mr. Willie Hogcr preached nt Flat ngnin. mi innltrr what hnpMiutl. Thrn heV Woods Sunday morning. liualmiiil m tmniKlit home with n Mr. anil Mrs. Preston Ward are UIXINGTON, KENTUCKY broken Ire. nml the two rlillilrrn tin il John S. and Jim Lcdford, moved over the arrival of n boy, on n number of monsle simultaneously, to the Ceo. Noe farm Monday. the 24th. , nml the houe burned down, nml lli Mrs. Leslie Shepherd wna n visitor Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Carter and son, bank In which tir liml deposited her in Ijincnstcr the first of the week John II. visited Mr and Mrs. Felix siitlnc dosed If m doors, nml In spite '.'t I, Mrs. J. C. Davis nml son Richard, Pennington nnd children In Lowell of ncr) thine she. went around singing nml dancing were In Lancaster the lint of the Saturday night and Sunday. "If 1 liail HhhikIiI It over ! might Mrs. Mclvin Stinnett and daughLlXUtQIOH.hT.l. iweek. sale of Mr, 0. W. Noe was ter, Minnie Lee, and Mrs. John Stinhae rmllrnl Hint It wna too cimmI to ! true. Nn liumnn woman mtiM Kverything sell- - nett, have returned from ntvisit to very satisfactory. coy ami happy I" tlx' mldt of so Mrs. Turner Sparks in ImUnapolis, ing well. iHtttiy raUinltleo, lint I una In n HHkmI, nml when I turned Mr. Ren Jennings, of Hucna Vista Indiana. elilnielilnl Mrs. Kmrnn Klnnaird 'departed ml the light nml unit to twd I thottclit was the gueat of Miaa Nannie Slonc that I oiulit to Ih- - Mhamii of myself this life, Feb. 24th., after several Sunday, like Sunshine S'nnn,nnil fir not of pneumonia. She Misses CynthtVand F.llcn Prewitt days illness I mail)' up my mind I would turn over entertained n few friends with n card leaves to mourn her loss,, three sons n new leaf flmt thine In the morn nnd two daughters. Y CLAY party Saturday night ing. Mr. J. II. Woods, Jr., of "So I mmo downstair smiling, nml LOWELL 1 I wna the guest Saturday night of Mr, win kinging all the time I wan get. rait tttateT MMtllll IUM tine breakfast, nml whrn Mr. Curfew Kdwin Walker. Miss Karon Anglln was on the sick eame down tw unlil It wnrnuil up IiIm ' Miss Lucille Davis spent several rhvr-fu- l m In nrh n to wlioi list Friday. Mr. nnd nays with her frntiiH of rnliiil. It nmlmliil Mm Mnstcr Knrslc Hall has been very" Lnncnster, of him of tin tlmo whrn I friends 'rs- - ',a"nr'' m iwwt Wm Wnlkcr Vedne.hlny afternoon. Lane, were with Lancaster ill with mumps. Mr. and Mrs. Olvin I'eyton nnd wtrntrt'n, nml a tirrtty na a rril Saturday. Miss MnVy Childers has been very Mrs. C. II. Henry was the guest waron. Tlirti lm erailually ilrlftnl Into family moved to Manse, where Mr. Mr. William Lane was the visitor sick with tonsilitls. n atnry to tin rffrrt that h" liml n Mlsa I.ou Anna Oaborn is visiting Tuesday of ?lrs. Karl Koss, of I'eyton has opened up a garage. Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Ren Lane, errnt opportunity in ninVo th nnrt MIm Sallie Durham in Jessamine. Tankage, the ideal feed for hogs. Mr. Ale Ledford moved near the homo trails of lila rnr-i-- r. in Judson. All lnnril-- l Hudson and Farnau. Lee Ledford farm. He will have a 1ta trtM nml Qninn.ti llnnnin Mrs. Henry Tuttle waa 7 In raali to clo visited Mra. th Mrs. Wm. Sutton wna ho visitor crop on Mr. Lee Ledford's farm. nml h wonlil makr at Irant Mr. H. II. Hall was in Harlan, a Tuesday night of Mrs. Davidson, in $15 liy It Clover and timothy seed exchang few days on business. Ijincnstcr. knew I hnit $7 pot awny In th ed for corn at the market price. Mis Celestia Hall has had the Master Leslie Jennings spent the rlok In buy ni)rlf ikhih clothin I Hudson and Farnau. mumps, but Is recovering. day Sunday with George and Hers-chliml the wot-- tay. I liml narcil that Mrs. F.liza Wood, of Kldorndo, III., Vnntls. money, n nlrkrl nml n illtur nt a tlmr. Mr. Jink Davis has moved back to arrived Tuesday for a visit to her his old home on Paint Lick Creek. anil irna lotiklne forwanl to thn tlmi Mrs, Alfred Poynter and children whrn I'woulil Imvo rnnucli to cn rho were Sunday afternoon visitors of sister, Mrs. Wood Wnlkcr and fam We have some new neighbors in pine nml Imy tnynrlf nn outfit gooil ily. Mrs Wm. Lane. Lowell, Mr. Poynter from Richmond. of Sliilm. rnouch for thi quri'ii Dr. II. J. I'ackrick and Mr. It. G. Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Durham, of We Mr. Fin Davis has returned home a of No. One Timothy trjlne to lor Mr. Curffw hml Woods nre wearing "broad smites" Nicholasvillc, spent Sunday with Mr. row my aaluc for n lone time, offerafter a few weeks visit in Paint Lick. this week, since their wives have re we Seed at a ing to kIvi iih lila note n (uvurlty, anil and Mrs. John Osborn. Miss Mary Childers has returned turned home. Irfnn 1 rem I that Suinhlno Suan book to school again after a few days ab Miss Dorothy Rcazley is visiting I ntwrnya Mm, ami nearly Hodncy Kalston spent Wash Mr. ri'funl her aunts, Mesdame.a Holntan Rourne ington's birthday with his sister, Miss sence. cnapixil hla lirml off ilolnc It. Hut Hint and Homer McCreary, evvry Miss Helen Royle has had company mornlne I wua ntuloiM to innk Sndle Knlston, who is n senior at IxHly happy, n I tuiuilnl Mm the for tha past week, Miss Ella Mac Turner, Georgetown College. Misses Lucy and Nolle money, nml he went nml maile'hla were visitors Sunday of Misses MotMr. Walter Husak of Cedar Rupids home trnile nml broiiEht home nn old Mrs. F.ttn Rotan is getting' along ile nnd Kthel Unmet. Iowa, visited tie Walker and Hylcr rniwhnlt that hua Ihii alck ever (luce, Kennel and purchased n hound dog fine houe keeping since her mother km'iiU nil hi time out nt the nml lie Mr. J. I. Yantis spent Sunday . left her for Ohio. l.nrn, ftiillne It pllta nml -night in Cartersville, the guest of Mr. at n fancy price. v nny of the him to lo nnrt I can't Mr. Asbill, the black smith, died Highland. Mr. Woods Wnlker spent Saturday and Mrs. Homer chorea arouml the place. night at home, ao the baby wouldn't nt his home in Paint Lick this week. Mrs. Tom Dnolin and daughter, "The name morning Mr. Turpentine He will bo missed by his mnny Flora, visited Airs. Marshall Ray, in forget him, leaving early Monday friends. heanl tne nlnalne I" the Imck yahl, morning for Richmond. a cxxl It tvnuM l anil he thousht Judson, Monday aftcrn6on. Mr. Woods Walker nnd son, F.lwin time ti bormw my patent electrle j ORCHARD GROVE Little Nancy Kllcn Turner has waNhlne mnrhliie. uml cnino oer for attended the "Father and Son" ban the recent visitor of her grand- jbeen , hl Hint purixive. She liuil r.xkitt for It n chmom, Thursilny .t Mr. C. C. Hendnkson Is spendpnrnt. Mr. nnd Mrs. Noah Mar.ee. ilnxeii tlmea livfort', but I nlwnya tolil Uo al Unciul.r Tunday nlk.ht. ing several days In Richmond. her In go to. llilng full of nuiifhlne V., have a limited quantijy of CV- Van Winkle, of Ilerea, will on Hint iHcnulon, howeer. I tolil her hemp seed for sale. Tankage, the ideal feed for hogs. preach at the Christian church Sun- kIic ii'uM have II uml welcome, nml Hudson and Farnau. Hudson and Farnau. It uliire. libit to u All the morning ami evening. THE I'vo never been CAR The mini who aohl It to me mijm It are reiiuostod to be pros Mr. Luke Naylor came very nenr Mr. J. V. Foley was In Richmond will roit $1 for tviMlrtt, no you tt Fridav nieht vialtlni? Mr. nml Mra. ent to see about calling llro. Van losing hi residence by fire n few 'Hie Ford Coupe, with electric self starting what Humhlne .Sumin tlhl to me. , 'Frank Foley ami Mr. C. days ago. Jr. Winkle. and lighting system, has a big, broad scatdecply "No. inlater, I ilnn't wont tiny recipe Misses Curtij, ef Kirluvltle, Misses Mr.. George Edlngton nnd chil upholstered. Sliding plate glass windows so that j belne n utileitni, uml you tun Mr. nnd Mrs. Olllc Graham had for dren, spent Thursday with Mrs. Inke your book along to Mr. the hrcczc can sweep right through the open for their Sunday visitors, Mr. nnd Kmtnit IIArehell, JessJtt Mao Ivn Ledford and Mr. Luther Taylor Iluirmun. In the ji'llow lioue iicnma 'Mrs, Mllo Simpson and children, of car. Orin case of a storm, the Coupe becomes a Curtis, of Kirkavtlle, spent Sunday Hie Hrert. Slie'a the rhnmplon mliMIe Mr. George Kdington bqught a Ijincnstcr. closed car, snug, rain-pro,lf xMn ,ll'l",K)r' and dust-proo- f. Has wttlitit with Mines CynUw and Ellen IW--- sow- - and pigs from Jim McMllllun, Mr. and Mr. Miley Renzley and hooU. ' all the Kord economics in operation and mainUt. price 110.00. little daughter, spmt the past weektenance. A car that lasts and serves satisfacMr Walter AsWll uoed away Mr. and Mrs. James Stone and end with Mrs. John Rronddus, In Ekplalntd. Monday, Feb. 2ttt., kt hU hme near baby spent the week-en- d torily as long as blasts. Demountable rims Hyattsvillc. with relaWell, I)o you we tlio limn yomlrr? Paint Lick, after a o( severe tive in Jessnminc county. with 3;j-inc- h tires alt around. For the doctor Mr. nnd Mrs. Wm. Sutton had for suffering to my eertiiln knovtlvtlee ho U leaillng jtoison. from alelhtlk' It and travelling salesman it is the ideal car. Mr. Carl HiuTman has gono to their dinner guests Sunday Mr. and was at first n tlnuhle life." thwinkt Mr. Aibilt rWd "Von ilnn't nny m I" Rack Creek to farm with his brother, Mrs. L. G. Davidson anil two sons, sleeping sicknoM, but the Doctor "Yea; ho la u profeaalonal contop Andy Huffman this year. of Lancaster. later diogno! It as wlrhwlie poUon. tlonUt." Mr. and Mrs. Jaoies Thompson are Miss Cora Doolin, who spent last Mr, Azblll leavtm a wife and two chilweek with her grand parents, Mr. dren and an aged wo titer and two rejoicing over the nrrivol of a little not Interested In nny car except Ford AfUr Amarlein StyltmiMra. and Mrs. Jim Day Ray, of Pleasant brothers, who lmve Uw deepttsi sym- girl nt their home, Feb. 'JGth. Kreiuh freitloni of feminine gowni Hill, has returned home. N ami hata have iippenleil for n law lu Mr. ami Mrs. James Stone spent a pathy of the community. prolill.lt the luillicrlmlnato The sick in this community, MesLyceum course at the school few days last week with her parents, The oLtliflr iiiimU-- nt the race srs. T. U Yantis, Wm. Walker, W. T. building Thursday night wus very Mr. and .Air. George Huffman. They rliiltu that American trurka. Sutton and Holman llrown are im- mucli enjoyed by all who attended. Mi. and Mrs. W. E. Hendrlckson uml oilier clothing ilealgnera are ateub proving and we hope they will soon A large crowd waa present, both entertained a few friends Tuesday lug fuahloii Hilnta from the pictures. be entirely well, young and old. This was decided ns evening, Feb. 22nd. Hume made CIom Call. Mrs. C. R. Henry and son, James the best course whloli has been given candy was served. . "It wna u nenr thing, but I matle It. Milton and little daughter, Lucase nt this jilace. We reeommend this Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Huffman and Tin opemlltiii, you nunnl" Murray, spent Saturday night and youne magician "lo any community Misses Vcrglc and Sallie Mae "Veil. In unolher twenty-fou- r lioun Sunday with Mr. and Mrs., John as one who will keep you Humphrey spent Sunday with Mr. tlio patient wouhl Imvo rwoverejwllli Henry, of the Falls Lick roatl. and Mrs. Taylor Hulfman. ut It uml wulkiil out on me." meatnx it a We W. i Lexington Roller Mills Co. H 0 CmdA li triut MiTT'tH mm il i KM grand-parent- a GUY. trnn-nrtlo- n. "f el TIMOTHY SEED iM-- have choice line which will sell cash. cheap price for Garrard and Lincoln Produce. Co tow-ilrm- pt ' H, j UNIVERSAL ,a. mi'"" Y.J-'olcy- . Hum-mnc- k, pelnilt of wk Haselden Bros Garage. photo-graphin- The Central Record. Lancastei , Ky., Thursday Men 3, 92 1 1 ISUCREYE I I Skin Sufferers Do Not Mr. nnd Mrs. T. S. Pleratt were In Want Mere.Temporary Relief (hero Is no remedy that gtves more satisfactory results than S.S.3., thj flno old blood remedy that roes down to the aourco of every blood disorder rind routs out tho germs which causa the trouble. S.S.S. Is sold by all drugglsU. Begin taking it today, and if you wilt writo a complete history of your case, our medical director will givo you expert advice without r, charge. Address Chief Medical ICS Swift Laboratory, Atlanta, Ga. Ad-vlie- Of counc. If you aro content to have only temporary relief from tho terrlfrlnjr itching and turning of flcr naming skin diseases, then you oro satisfied to remain ft ylavo to ointments, lotions and other local remedies applied to tho turfaco of tho tkln. Heal genulno relief from cciema, tetter, scaly eruptions or any other form of skin Irritations cannot bo expected until you frco your blood of the germs which eauie these And for this purpose disorders. Lexington recently. BANK Miss Lucille Price has been visitNo. 2nnl. ing Mr. Dewey Trice. OF LANCASTER, KENTUCKY, AT THE Clover and Timothy (fed. Illfh Iludion and Farnau. teit seeds. CLOSE OF BUSINESS ON FEBRUARY 21, 1021, Mr. Dan Ray visited his sister, RESOURCES COLLEGE EOUCATION FOR BOY Mrs. Dan Doolln In Bourne the week Loans and discounts, including rediscounts (exend. $408,862.01 ( cept those shown in li anil c) Mr .and Mrs. T. S. Picratt spent Kentucky Lad Saves Enough From Notes and bills redlscountcd with Federal Reserve Sale ef Litter of Fine Pigs to Bank (uthrr than bnnk acceptance sold) Sunday with Mrs. Doty, nenr Pay for Schooling. ,.. $17,507.82 $(101141.79 (see Item 51 a). (LOVE REPORT OF THE CONDITION Of The CITIZENS NATIONAL Manley and Wilson SHOE HOSPITAL SHOE REPAIRING All work done by Electrical Machinery and all work guaranteed. WE MAKE NEW SHOES OUT OF GIVE US A CALL. Richmond street next to Poyntcrs Ttorc. OLD ONES, t m BOURNE little son, Curtis Thompson, spent a part of last week with Relatives in and about Nicholasville. Master Alfred Huffman is ill with DOOLIN. pneumonia. Mrs. John Doolln passed away at Miss Elva Jcifnings very graciousher home near Bourne Inst Sunday ly entertained Mr. Harden Coulter after n brief Illness of pneumonia Sunday afternoon. She leaves to mourn her loss a hus Mr. Emery Turner, of Ijincaster, band, three small children, a father, pent Saturday night with his friend, mother, one sister nnd three broth .Mr. Herbert Doolln. ers, who now reside In Illinois. Af Mr. and Mrs. Allen Sadler of West tr funeral services, conducted by the Bryanfsville, spent Sunday with Mr. Hcv. Dawes in Mt. Hebron Church and Mrs. Curtis Sadler. the rcmnlns were laid to rest in the We will exchange clover and tim- Mt. Hebron grave yard. May these othy seed for corn at the market bereaved ones be comforted with these words: "God knoweth and docth price. Hudson and Farnau. The mAiy friends of Mr. and Mr. nil things well." The heart broken this en O. W. Thompson are glad to know family have the sympathy of tire community in the less of their they arc able to be out again nftcr a loved one. few dnys of illness. Mis Lnvinin .Montgomery has re- A rcany Krcat mnn can B0 into a turneil to her Home atter an extend- - gtore, purchase his groceries, and dc ed visit with her cousin, Mrs. J. F.j,,art ju,t ijke an ordinnry human be Naylor. near Lancaster. Insr- It is the imitator who makes a Mrs. Curtis Sadler and attractive! big noise. ( REPORT OF THE CONDITION Of The NATIONAL BANK No. 1493. AT THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS ON FEBRUARY 21. 1921. OF LANCASTER, KENTUCKY, RESOURCES Loans and discounts, including rediscounts cept those shown in b and c) (ex $200,782,38 $20(5,782.38 50,000.00 17,500.00 7.81 Overdrafts secured, None; unsecured Deposited to securo circulation (U. S. bunds par value Pledged as collateral for State or other deposits or bills payable Owned and unpledged . Mr. nd Mrs. A. C. Miles visited rel Mere Is tin story of how a litter of odured tin agricultural college atives in Nicholnsville first of the pie (duration, n system of farm water week. woiit sml general Improvement on Mr. nnd Mrs. Hiram Ray were visi hnckwoods farm that find only prlmln tor in Nicholasville and Lexington tite ndtniitiigc. Thursday and Friday. Tl e education went to Jeff Anderson, .Mr, nnd Mn. I I,. Sanders nnd a Kcnttitkr Ixiy nf l'ulnkl romity son, were guests of Mr. Hiram Ray nnd family Sunday. Mr. Brent Carter, of Boron, spent Saturday and Sunday with Mr. Mai Carter nnd family. Rev. Price of Louisville, was a guest of Mr. nnd Mrs. A. C. Miles from Saturday until Monday. Miss Martha Curtis ,of Bryants villi; has been visiting Misses Sallic Lou Tenter and Ethel Ray. Mr. nnd Mrs. Billy Cotton and family, visited Mr. Charlie Cotton nnd family, near Richmond Saturday I and Sunday. Kev. Trice of Louisville, wi preach here Saturday P. M. at 2. "10 o'clock and Sunday A. M. at 11 o'clock, March 0th. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Noel nnd daugh or, Kathcrine, visited .Mr. and Mrs. Jnsper Noel in Madison County Sat Plot Almost Ready to Root for Them, elves. unlay and Sunday W,,M' " " "' Messrs. Oscar nnd Earl Carter, of I J,r had len organi-by the ciniuly Berea College, spent from Friday un r,i...ti, II.. ..... ..t... ....I ,.. .u. .1 til Monday with their parents. Mr. Illt,r f , ,,',.". anil Mrs. Mnl Carter. tern hy whleh flu boys applied up Mr. RuMell Bolton died at his prowl method nnd kept account of home on Sugar Creek at 5 o'clock the ri'Mlt. Tin rtgs sold for a fancy Wednesday morning, Feb. 2Sril., af- price Jen, who Itod made sure progress, bis lnlr tcr a weeks illness of pneumonia and siiml MttHe money from Kentucky In etttenwi the Mr. Bolton is survived by his wife, Stall- (o4hw of Acrlculture for Hs who before her marriage wns Mrs, brt eiMtrsr n Tilda May Kidwell, three daughters lie bad nisl to oiHng Ills mothand one son. Funeral services were er ami trtbr wwshmi curry wnlrr !& eld at the church Thursday after yards hp a hill for washing nnd clottAt the agricultural ewtlese he noon nt three o'clock, where in- ing. rcnlltiil tt niil'iKV ami hoeteflt terment took place. to he ealHeil hy running water enndwet-i-- ! to u lap In the kitchen. When he Idiosyncrasies. rettirneil home he p,'rumM his father The thing to tie remembered Is that to let him pit In a water system. A there are personal Idiosyncrasies In stand Hio mi fiiH lileh was Imllt with eTcry worker, and that each worker a top- which gate lank does some kind of work iHeltly uQkiit prr-u- rf oi forrv water to to well and other tusks Indifferently or the duelling: ! feet away. Ho rtssl poorly. It Is hardly worth while for up a gsisollno ami pump at the tho mlstross tti attempt tu change a spring Woler Ike hill, lie hail leamwt worker's nntural iiwiiiiit of work or a llttlo shout ittiMlttg. so he did all habits I Sfltfii' workers plod slowly for the rtpe rlltlng In the hou. One hours and they nre not the kind that h! tlnu, eouphsi work at can ever work quickly for short perl- - nmths with a Utile of tho knowli'Co he tmd oils. The thing to do Is to try to lind gained at Hie State Collect' of Agriculout how the) work host and Improve ture (Hit tho water light Into IIh elNrlewey along that particular tlielr kltrbeti. Jeff has goiio Itark to cosh line. plolo his rollosv islHentlon : and they're still raising bottor pigs nt tl" AnderPOINT LEAVELL. son farm. 1 Overdraft, secured' none; unsecured... nnr value) Deposited to secure circulation (II. S. hemis 90.47 HOjOOO.00 90.47 ami unpledged War Savings Certificate and Thrift Stumps actu ally owned Totnl l. S. Government securities . Stock of Federnl Reserve Bank (B0 per cent ef subscription) Value of banking house, owned and unincumberOwned ed uvnoo.oo 840.00 01,1 10.00 3,1100.01) Furniture and fixtures . Lawful reserve with Federnl Unserve Bank ( ah in vault nnd net amount due national banks 1ft and 10 Totnl of Items 12. IX, It, Checks on banks locate) outside of city or town of reporting bnnk and other rash items Redemption fund with V. S. Trwumrer ami due from 1'. S. Treasurer Interest earned but not cedleetod pprxtmtf on Notes ami Hills Receivable not due Other assets if any 7.000,00 7,000.00 frt .. II, 902.91 0771399 07,7 1B.9U 1.7U6.1M I, 3511.20 .... 2400.00 J.SOO.Ol) tt 7!i8.8( $S8l,40ie.'i2 TOTAL LIABII.ITIHS. Capital stock kiM in Surplus Fund I'ndivided profits I ess current expense, itileriwt Hoe) tains imM... Interest and dtscouHt rwleeiod or oretiMori m advance of maturity ami ne)trs-mat- e oarHis I , Circulating Notes outstanding Net amounts due to national hanks . Net amounts due tu banks, bankers and truit mm. m the liniis(other I'nitml State mimI foreign hhih-trithan included in Itoms 28 or S0). Certitieil checks outstamiing Total of Items 18, 29. SO. 31 and ! Imtivttlunl ili'Hll subject to rheek t'ertifientes f deslt (ether Umn for horrowdl) Total of ttme deiHtslts subject to Reserve. It ohm 39. 40. II. ami 42 Bills payable, other taan with Fesferal Kwerve Bank (including all obMgattona rrprenntig money borrewetl other than rmiicunU) . ... tfo.ooo.oo ... 00,000.00 41 8410.18 nt ...... 47,80.00 2,000.00 l,18.tfl U.60 es 1.0S l.bi ,. ri. Mi das JNJSO.Oe MM.IiM.tft WeJOO.SO -- 4i,00.W In-e- TOTAI $ftK3,40! 12 Liabilities for redlounts with 1'edorsd Renerve Bank (see Item Id) 17J0T Total contingent ItabiHtlm Si a, b. r, ami d) (not including items ih Scht4ule S of re(Mrt 1T.S07 82 Aggregate nnsmint of salarimi or fmU Wy tiiss bank to (hairmnn of Board (If any). ProsWent, Vke PrnMcwfa. CasWer, and Caibters for month of January. 1021, $400.00; Annual pay nf all these officers at January, 101 rate of nay; $.S0.00; number f tfce Hikers on date of this report wn 1. Aggrasrate ansount of iwUriea or rompeiufiUon Mni to all other ployes of the bank for month ef January, 1MI. $lt.00; Annual nay f :hess employees on busk of the Jnnwiry. 1UKI, role of nay, $I.llKf.(W; i rprateiM - Statu nf Kentucky, County of Garrard. : I L. fi. DnUssn. Caakior f th . abeve swkhhI bank, do sokmnly .. . nlAU. IKM 1.1 ,1.. mirrrr naomfll IS lruo W UM IIM! f MV bluu . ' m ansl WolJef. 9WcrtirMi and ir t ta Mirr ..... n rtAVitmnv mm tMs Mr fllnwliin aHros January Kth, Cnrreet Altott:B. f. Hudson W. F Champ. 2ti. day of February. lSt. S. C. Denny, Notary PuWk. 19 J I. J. J Walker. Directors. Care of Palms. Austrsllsn Rsllroadt Multiply. Palms ate hanly things which may Droujht In Australls, as fnmlnn la be crown in rooms for yinrs with good Indls. Is no longer the emy results. Keep (hem nenr the window thst It was. Itollwats dread .mull!. liave so that they may get iMenty of light. plied, making the nwtemetit of slock no uesi soil for them consists of to un.trlcken arv. Hiralhelr three parts of fibrous Unm, one part T, though es-n.l.-- . All the ui imi riuiii aim uiwu)i-i- i loam. states keep accurate mimli nf eaeh mm it iviiiu or conrso shimI. nio or day's rainfall and this Information Is dlnary wnterlnj rules don't apply to I posted dally for all to us- them; they should only he wntrrrd ly available to the on netsand Is easiof the re wneii iiio pot rings hollow under tho motest stations. So n man threatened hand, and at no other time. Duririg hy lot of stork through may mlld showers, stand Hu m out In the keep his finger cm the drimtit I rainfall of ho rain for an hour or two, as this clean whola continent and krow where ho and freshen them mid open . tho send h! stwk If I., i,u rain ........ ... .i... iirno-i- . "i iov j himself. Miss Hazel Smith is HI with shingles." Miss N'oll.i Sowdcrs Is the guest f Mr. John Smith. Mr. Jesse Doolins was a recent isltor in Stanford. Mr. Paul Mcryman, of Mt. Sterling is with home folks. 43 per cent Cotton Seed A'eal. Iludion and Farnau. Mr. James and Virgil Dollins were isltors in Richmond Saturday. Mr. W. D. Thompson, who has been ill with lagrippe is better. Miss Lillic Cornett, who has been the guest of Misses Mary and Allie Bell, returned home Tuesday. Miss Allle Mae Bell, has returned from Lowell where she has been the guest of Miss Lillie Cornett. Mr. Willie Rogers filled his ap pointment at Good Hope Sunday nnd large crowd was out to hear him. We are glad to learn that Minnie McQui-reis improving very fast nd his many friends wish to see him out again soon. Mr. Thomas Donley returned to his home in Louisville Saturday after n few day's visit to friends and lutives here. Mr. Clell Tatum, left Saturday for Baton Rouge, I.n., where he will join the St. Louis ball club for the sea son's training. Mr. Charlie Smith, Flat Wood's ost favorite comeadian is playing the leading roll in, "Why do smart people go crazy?" Mr. Dudley Green, Point Leavell's star is playing opposite Ruth Sowders in, "Where there's n will there's a way." Mr, Murrell Hammons Is recovering from a very bad shock, when a few days ngo the wedding bells rang -- and rung so loud that he 'felt the RANGE All STOCK IS IMPROVED .... 35.500.00 103.000.00 Total U. S. Government securities. Securities, other than U. S. bonds (not including stocks), owned nnd unpledged 22.872.SO Total bonds, securities, etc., other than U. S. (fit) Stock of Federal Reserve Bank cr cent of subscription) Value of banking house, owned and unincumbered 0,000.00 Furniture nnd fixtures Lawful reserve with Federal Reserve Bank i Cash in vault nnd net amounts due from national banks , Total of Items 12, 13, 14, 15, and 10 111,740.75 1 Checks on banks located outside of city or town of reporting bank and other cash items Redemption fund with U. S. Treasurer and due from U. S. Treasurer Interest earned but not collected approximate on Notes and Bills Receivable not past due Kinds of Sires. Dulls Especially, Arc Receiving Close Scrutiny by Breeders. 22,872.50 3,000.00 0,000.00 1,000.00 . 27,922.42 111,740.75 In the Western raBse stales all are kinds of sires hulls r'oiliig scrutiny by II o slock own ern. There Is Increasing ovhlelire that good purvhriil males hae wide In till enre on the qunllly ef young stiwk and on the return fnmi stiH'k.rnlsIng t.i epill) j j ........ 081.14 2,500.00 151.34 ......... TOTAL LIABILITIES. Capital stock paid in . Surplus fund . . Undivided profits . Less current expenses interest an taxes paid... $545,058.37 ... ,. .... .......... ......... 8,702.44 003.09 $50,000.00 50,000.00 8,038.15 Interest and discount collected or credited in advance of maturity and not earned (approximate) Amount reserved for taxes nccured Circulating notes outstanding Net amounts due to national banks Certified checks outstanding Total of Items 28. 29, 30, 31, and 32 Individual deposits subject to check Total of demand deposits (other than bank deposits) subject to Roserve, Items 33, 34, 35, One day risently the rnllisl States Department of Agriculture enndhil lo tho "Hotter Sires lteller Stock imiifiiiit soterul miiiiiwen. eaiii of whom hut! more' than l.(s horn! of llvo stok. (ni flock of sheep 2.VI ewes and 3.I.VI crossbred ewes, the sires being nil purebred. A catlh rnlser who enlist-i- l In the eauinlgn the siime'dny not I tleil the department: "I have dlsjioscd of two grade llerefonl bulls riivntlf. having iloi lilnl to run nothing but sires." This remark Is typical of the progress of the movement In Montana, ein-tnlnepun-hrepun-lint- oHrullons. raf g.-t- KEEP YOUR BALANCE Keep a careful itemized account of nil your expenses, large and small, for one month. During that month continue to spend just ns you have in the past. At the end of the month check up your totnl expenditures, and NOTF. THK MO.NKY THAT HAS BKKN LITKRALLY FRITTF.RKD AWAY. The next step is to open n savings account with us and adopt the habit of saving In lieu of frittering. Saving leads to success. Frittering keeps you down. ...... ....... ............ .. ............ 0,513.03 1.07 . 131.80 2,211.97 18,100.00 TO RESTORE MORGAN STRAIN 5,902.50 010.52 I Efforts of Department of Agriculture Shown In Recent Test for Horses. 300-Mil- e THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. S. C. DENNY, 305,003.07 30, 37 nnd 38 Bills payable, other than with Federal Reserve Bank (including all obligations representing money borrowed other thun rediscounts) 15,000.00 TOTAL $515,058.37 Aggregate amount of salaries or compensation paid by this bank to Chairman iif llourd (if any), 1'rosldcnt, vice President. Cashier and Assistant Cashiers for month of January, 1121, $283.33; Annuul pay of nil these officer nt January, 1021, rate of pay, $3,400; number of. these officers on date of this report was 3. Aggregate amount of salaries or compensation paid to all other employees of the bank for month of January, 1921, $226.00; Annual pay of themi employees on basis of the January, 1921, rate of pay, $2,700.00; number of these employee on date of this report was 2. State of Kentucky. County of (iarrard, ss: I, S. C. Denny, Cashier of tho above-name- d bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and effects. belief- , S. C. DENNY, Cashier. We wish to correct an error that Subscribed and sworn to before me this 20th. day1 of February. 1921. I O. DaWdson, Notary Public. was published in this news some My commission expires January 8th, 1924. past due to the writer of this place, that Mr. Burl Hummack was Correct Attest: (i. B. Swinebroad to be our blacksmith for this season, Alex R. Denny but we learn he will not take the J. E. Stormes " place. Directors. s KfTorls of the t'nlUtl Slates Department of Agriculture to restore the Morgan strain of hooes, which had Hourly extinct, showed Ihelr ef fect In f list recent .VnMnllo test for army horses. Out of V7 entries, only ' ten finished, mnl of these (he sixth and jeenth were Morgan liorM-s- , one of . them ruNed on (he ib'tMirtmetit'a stock farm In Masai4iiiMtts. The horses ' were required to Intel IVI miles n day for five days, enrrylng the regululloti I cavalry IimiI of '.'IA pounds, Caihier. Copfhil i 50,000. Honor Roll Bunk Surplus $50,000. PROFITABLE TO RAISE MULES Plan Suggeited to Farmers Who perience Difficulty n Selling Young Horses. good-size- W. 0. RiGNEY. Funeral Lancaster, Ex- Oirector and Embalmer. mures, who Men with oro having a hard time dlsoslng of young horses wilt find It more profitable to raise mule than lo raise colts. Medium-priceJack ran now be purchased with a reasonable certainty of breeding. Olllcell'hone 18.: Residence I'lione 33. Kentucky. The Central Record. Lancastoi American Legion News con-itrc- , Ky., Thursday Mch 3, 92 1 1 mill Their Medicine Chest For 20 Years atlotl. ah.r Ikff ami u loot war I.ara con rtrr th ilat. teal at. otar. red Ibauihilall In Utia Mtrntr-on- . frujo.ntly I 'ml mM'lf) st Irifimr Ittk a iiwartr f acaturr, h 1 In lb Mil dm Mar I nwnul ni) I klltar, Ms, inaklaf anl ..lllnc f.ttil cmnfoarnl l mr frl.ntls ami ti.l . ih.a Vmn only at euiuitn.r. )r Ion' M.tlrn far rlloniach. Uar Ih lf IT is characteristic of m anil dura more Iban anr latetlt on tba of markl today. Tb IhouaandaI waa l.tl.ra frm utia bar cuotIoik! in Saa i right,a aa of Bafa'a ami that family laedicln, run Iboaih h mar bar yraft, nevrr baa It f r lrnt;-Br- a Ij loffpaa b doa. fit mxtlcln ami lha r lf alia of Ita ua In mr own family ami uil atm-na- tbuar lnol)( au farm! I .tuitint iml lni.llal.l lli laiatlt .a fl f alhartira rn lb tuaf k.t anl ronTlnfJ Ihit lbir main (tail lb hii thailht I bry 1M nota ul rn Tielaal n I Ih.lf arlkin tiraiMf. ami tipcrt Ih .ulrm rf lb oi.r tby r. fait whlht ita ta Ih In th.ir artl!, nm Et IhattiHirti enoa.li urrxr lhl lul.a. or imil Imply artiu rn lb lb tlmt. wbll tiib-- wo'.Vl art only onltt.y or luia IiiIhi ii' i, and lhl alnxxt Imant'if Tri ,fJ a tiaMt re tjutal&c u(Uiutl doaa. I thai a CKMtillfn In nlae Met, Ih ttlKt niuil hrat t'ii lb allurn-tarIh.a art on lb inmarh ami .nllr ay.Kin. II Ian avmit.a.d, lh mild, m.dletn. tnbl prilur tburvuf h elimination c I lb wart without lb uiual Irbanlnc Mmatloiia, and luaaa for liowel C'ouiliBte. many y.artwhtl. li perfectlnc t"T trm bl li lin. ltr lll. ll tt raat faith la for !. r an tr.t ma tu l.at flatart'i Kiw4r from tb ttrr Brit. I P.n.l mrrrlf nrarlnc th ac Ar wbtn I inutt low la lb Inarllabl ami r plraaor la la Is anortirr lllr. rnf ail rarlt ilar ar il raail Ih Irllara that f arh ont at oM or eldrr mail I finrr tmrn ttian I, wbo tall of liat!n ars. Ranadt fjr I'll, BtlMO ami twralr Ib'lr cbl.draa and anl Law (rand.bitJrcB hat Wn btnafUUd of It. It It a ronanllng IhmiiM, mr frlrnda, for a man at mr ac la I" I thai aild from bla nwa airrata, rn ht don aomalblnc lor till fallow man. air rrralrat aalnfaf haprlniaa lodar. la tb lion, mr that luniabl mor than en million fxitil will tak a batarfa Waaiafr iKItTablrtl and will b Ullar. braltblar. bappltr Ul It, 1 hei JttU will b on i f Ibtia. ; mr flirndt, blor I arr otfrrrd It ni rrlal ait tkr tawJ( (trall lnl Ik u.ri'ft.l Ull.r at one, U fnrniMla taw4ra Vtrtranl rtnaMtnair 'tar rtfrlmfitln( Ibal ll h whtU tr- - I w with allail y tiaailrvtjt ef tba known aa Maw'! nu rftd k. m Lewis mloicinc co., BliLowa, Ma (uta Unbar m Youngiter 1 K. E. McROBERTS, Lnncnttcr, Kentucky. Wmt Scared. mjr linil eltwi That Willi Itta III Any. fntlirr unrrtml lilm nixntnllr Hint lie nil Kill cut ItlHiM'If. Iln una untiHnllr uUl a llllli' iniiT ntHl UscimI U'hlniL A IHS tw n) mmI muile ihc iln() tmrk a llttli'. ami Ih Ih n urariil llttli viMrr. rala(iil fnlliif kl"l lui'. In' aii'l limine tlir knifr. III nrplirw a kti'fc. nlklnB uhllv out Only Survivor of Patt Age. Tlii aplu'ii'Mli'ii n llmnl Ilka iiilmril la Hit found mily In Nw only iimhIitii of the irrnt ri'pllliHii imliT llvlni; nt tliu clux 'urlHMiifcrHia of tli ncit. Legion when a .Muskogee minister assailed the Lcglonnaicrs for condemnTho convening of nn American ing Sunday blue laws. Mis McCoy, of Snlinn, Mixctln conferrncu In evrry tntc, followed Kan., has been selected to state secliy tin axmhlltiK of n natfonnl to bp nttrndrd by American retary of the Kansas DKirtment of of tho Woman' Auxiliary of the Ameridiri'clora, anil rcprenentatlvet achoolt, Inilintrim, and vnrloui civic can Legion which has established headquarter with the state olTlcc of and patriotic aocietio Is on the of the Amcricanltni Commii-mo- n the Legion. A tour of Kuropc far I MR. with of thr American I.ecion for i'J'i. The l.aclon's plan wax form-i-- d emphasis on the Imttle Holds of a n riult of an Amcrlcanim France will be conducted under the rorfrn-nri- ' in Maannchuiietta, which auspices of Hyde Post No. Ill of the The wh held uiiilrr the aunpicea of the Americnn Legion this year. liny .Stole l.rKiontiaires. itinerary will Include Switzerland, To provftio fund for the mainten- England, llelgium and France. may be made through the ance of n Salvation Army hontelry for unemployeil veterans, Ihc Ameri- Hyde Park Post. Indiania members of the American can Legion in St Paul, .Minn., the World War Veteran and the St. Legion nrc Investigating a proposal Paul Trnde and Ijibor Anaembly will to establish n Legion state monthly unite In the production of n benefit magnzinc, following authorization by the state executive committee. deLegion' The entertainment. Upon the finding of an honorable cision to cooperate with the union member. wn made nt n post meet- discharge from the army in the cloth, ing niclrr.il by n prominent Min- ing of HW1 Foley, of Clinton, In., who had been buried In n potter' field, nesota labor olTicial. United action in bringing about June Vnn Meter Pint of the Ameribetter condition for disabled of the can Legion obtained permission to Southwest wiu insure! at a meeting exhume the body so that it could be honors. of post Commander, nm! Adjutants reinterreii with military of the Arkansas, Colorado, Texas Foley win kllleil in ft quarrel at a and Oklahoma DepartmenUi of the Clinton hotel. The palms of Florida do not bend Americnn Legion nt Dallas, Texas, man without funds, The Southwestern Conference was to the estiilrlUhed a. nn annual alTair, the nccording to advice from that state. next meeting to take place nt Okla- A number of American Legion ponU homa City, Okla. Dr. Guy O. Shirey in tlwt state have gone into debt to Commander of the Texas Depart- take care of job hunters and now ment, was elccteil permanent chair- Legionnaires warn their buddies that Among Jobs are scarce. man of the organization. I he speokers at the convention was Wlya of Politicians. UumcII (J. Crevinton, Asnutant "Some politician." salt) Jml Adjutant. "ain't satisfied with the mistakes American Legion members scatter- they nn moke thetnelti-s- , luit appoint ed over the world, continue to band a whole lot o' folks to carry on the together. The latest application for work." pro-tcrnNa-umTun-kin- BEFORE SPRING COMES, TONE UP YOUR BLOOD Your Blood Needs The Help Of Glide's In The Springtime Pep-lo-Mung- PEOPLE FOR WHOM It EST IS NONE TOO GOOD THE Arc always the most enthusiastic concerning tho excellence of our DRY CLEANING AND clficicnt Departments transin the country. Fur Into the mode very formed .Men's and women's quickly. garments altered in nny way desired. Weadyc fur skin and remodel them In nny way. We tailor make men or ladies' ulla $50.00 up. Latest styles. TEASDALE WALNUT STREET CINCINNATI, OHIO. Remodeling C25-627 an DYEING We have one of the most To Overcome Drowijr, I.litlrn Feel- - irtit Called "Sprin Fver." I1Y HAD PALE FACES CAUSED HLOOD. information in regard to establishing Wedding Days In HolUnd. In orderly Holland, where everything happens by rule, the different classes of society clrnose different day of the week on which to be married. For some unknown reason Monday Is society's day and marriage fees for that day amount 10 n sum approximate to J'--'. On Saturdays thii charge Is J'A or nothing at alt If the couple do not wish a separatu ceremony, and are; willing to Join a croup s, of 20 couples. At these group the clerk reads the service once, all the couples making the response In chorus. mar-rlace- a foreign psnt came from the lOund of Cyln where two members of Akron. Ohm Post have decided to or- It 6t Ollficultlti ii.aVi-a 1,'rdcr Foot. Ma KMir t.fcln-nin- e ganize the The near eat poU wanderer. aatit, alimtlHt bl ImhiI MmHl up III liamlki relilrf : "Unci a allstillr Hull, ili IHtlf Ihiji vwr lilrtsl to Mly dentlif- - l.trliniiff, n cimnI rrnllne." r hot It l rrrtaln that nhi'ti haiHllrnix arc iittrrtnt Ihtro la rml nfhli'Vi'tiirnt. "OlflJcul tie thow uhnt mi'ii art'." Ima mmi'IIiim !! that U- - to Ceylon lire locnteil at SingaMire and Yokohama, more than a two week's Journey WlietlHT llil 1 CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK. ! OF LANCASTER KENTUCKY. Cornsr I'ul.lic Squar and Danvill Slrl. CAPITOL $50,000.00 i SURPLUS $60,000.00 WF. STRIVE TO SERVE, L. G. Dftvidton, Cashier. L. Gill, At. Caahicr, Wm. F. Miller, Ant. Cashier J. Mn. N. H. Hamilton, Teller and Book-keepe- r. away. A lighting chaplain quoted scripture to the members of the .Missouri Legislature in behalf of a boxing bill which the American Legion is pushquotation ing in that state. The which was made by the Hcv. Karl A. Illackman, is from Paul in the ninth chapter of Corinthians. It is: "I am a boxer and I hit hard and straight, not as one who beats the air, but I bullet my body." A survey of street conditions was made by the public welfare committee of Woodhaven, N. Y. Post of the American Legion in cooperation with local authorities, American history, civics and Knglish are being SPRING PLANTING. WRITE FOR OUR FREE Figures showing that he realized CATALOG OFFERING. Life is a burden when the body five times more profit from his poulFRUIT AND SHADE TREES is racked with pain. Everything try during 1920 FOR worries and the victim become tobacco have been reported to the despondent and downhearted. To poultry department of the State bring back the sunshine take College of Agriculture by X. V. Fogg, thnn he did from his BETTER DEAD The country is said to be underWe going a period of readjustment. Tonic. have progressed ns far ns the first through syllable The blood that courses your body In the arteries and veins k of the most vital importance to M. s. the healthy life of the body. The little red corpuscles nrc what carry life to the millions of cells that make HATFIELD up your body. The blood is nlso the ' DENTIST vehicle that carries away most, if Office over Th Garrard Bank, not all, of the waste products. Residence 376. Springtime hi the season when the 'riionei Office S. KENTUCKY. body adjusts itself from the rigors LANCASTER, the heat of summer of winter to You notice how much sicklies there is in the Spring? Perhaps there are s, week when you feel drowsy and Exclusive. and you call it "Spring Fever." It is really your blood that has beOptometrist come weak and thin, ami it needs help. DANVILLE, -- J KENTUCKY. Take that good blood tonic Hotel, Opposite It will give Office Hours 8Gilcher 1 to S p.m. fiude's to 12 and red corpuscles in your blood new j the vowcr to carry fresh oxygen to the cells, nil over the body. You'll notice a change for the better in n few days. It brings the color back to DIRECTOR pale face and lifts you out of tired, feelings so that you enjoy Ofllce Over National Hank. full vigor. Residence Phone 3. Ofllce Phone 27 Spring is the time for n good blood LANCASTER. KY. n tonic. Take Gude'n so that you can enjoy the most beautiful season of the year. Get it at your druggist'', but be sure it is the genuine, with "Gudc's VETERINARIAN. printed on the package. It is sold in both tablet and liquid form. Calls Answered Promptly Day or They have exactly the same mediNight. Phone 317. cinal value. (Advertisement.) F'elinf, A That Tired, Slfnal That Your Blood Nerds This Splendid Sprint; e dan-K- r J.J.Byrne list-los- Pepto-Manga- J. A. Beazlev e Pepto-Mnnga- Dr. Printus Walker Pcpto-Man-gu- LANCASTER. KENTUCKY Poultry Leads Tobacco As SourcejDf Profits TREES 1 TREES! niUKCTOUS J, J. Walker, It. K. HudHn, Pre? S. 0. Oibtu, U U WaUfr, Shlrlry Hudion. w W. F. Champ, J. W. Sweeney ON ROLL OF HONOR DEPOSIT HERE AND SAVE YOUR MONEY. I taught to foreigners In evening clashes conducted by the Woodhaven Post as a part of a campaign to natural-li- e COLD MEDAL ever' nlien in the community. To inform the world "where my heart Is" .Miss Alice llobcrtson, the new cougresawomanelect from Th national remedy of Holland tor ores) attended n dance of Muskogee, 200 years; it it an enemy of atl pairs Okla. Post of the American Legion. fiotn kldnty, liver arid mi ci4 I Mis llobcrtson, who is an ardent troubles. All druggists, thire Mm Call church worker, took sides with the Lawk far tk ad cpl a M.Jal oa .er bsj ioutatUa Okla-homn, sl.-r- a Montgomery' county farmer with headquarters at Mt. Sterling. Accurate and detailed account of all costs connected with both enterprises were kept and the results summarized at the end of the year. We wish Mr. Hughes Joy in his new olficc of secretary of State. We didn't want the old job, anyway. BLOOMING SHRUBS SMALL FRUITS GRAPE VINES PERENNIALS EVERGREENS HEDGING ROSES ETC. EverythiuK for the orchard, lawn and pardon. No agents. H. F. HILLENMEYER & SONS Lexington, Ky. 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 Mch 3, 1921 DC 5N Ai The Editor Sees It v Look MB. FARMER We are headquarters for GENUINE VULCAN PLOWS the dividends. The same rule applies to the cinema houses. A good, healthy, elevating picture will draw a few people, but a sensational sex or murder film will fill the house. Moving picture men are after the money, and they employ the means they know will produce it. Country districts have not become so badly tainted with modernism. The people are more in the open, nre oftener in communion with nature and breathe more freely of the purity of life away from the dens of vice and iniquity. That is the situation today, but who can tell as to the morrow? U depends upon the mental and moral training of our young people. The ideas we instill into the minds of little children will havti much to do with the bent of their mentality when they reach the age of maturity. If wo implant in their minds a healthy respect for the teachings of Christianity and a devotion to the cause of right and juKtice, of purity in thought and action, they may escape the wave of viciousuess that is sweeping the adult world. Hut our hope for a better future rests with the children of today. reveals these Interesting facts: The W unednrntcd man earn on nn average per year. JSOO.OO If he works steady far 10 years ,he will earn high average fl'0,000.00. The school graduate earn $1,000.00 n and all repairs. We are in a position to save year. In 10 years he earns $10,000 view. or twice as much as the uneducated money. Give us a call. you man. This extra f'JO.OOO Is the value of an education. It takes twelve years In the public school and high school to achieve this education O nine month per yer, with J0 school In the old days mothers kept days each month, for twelve years give 'J.ino all, their daughters almost in total will graduation days in high required LIVE AND for school from ignorance of the ways of tlu Divide the $'JO,000.00, the difference world as regards the masculine in the earning power of the educated Colored HE 3G G1G nnd the uneducated man by J,IC0, sex. Citizen DicJH loony sucli a course is the number of days required In at When we want to teach a fraught with much danger for taming a high school education and Willis Turner .one of the wealth !:: Record The you will t;ct $U.'J6. This $U.'.,6 per iet colored citizens of the counts, jj $1.50 Y.r. dog tricks we begin when he the girl. Itsusd Weekly. lay is the dividend which the child died nt his home near llnckley, Sun j, is young. PajabU in Advance. It is no longer possible to earns for every day spent In school. day. February l!0th.. of u complies The human race is not so far keep a young girl in ignor How many young people in our Man of dtseates. He urn highly re 'V. J. E. ROBINSON. Editor, a. L.ELKLV, Local Editor and Mgr. removed from the brute cre- ance. There 'is always some school realise their time is actually sprcted and liked by all who knew y ation but what the same rule one ready to impart the know- worth $U.26 a day? How- - many him and many will regret to learn Entered nt the Pott Office in Lan- will apply. know that every day they of his death. At the time of hi!:: ledge which she has a right to imrcnts Mail caster, Ky., ns Second-Clas- s keep their child out of school, they tenth, he was considered one of the .. possess ,and if it comes from are subtracting (O.'IH from that wealthiest Matter. uf count). You Your Town one who is not overly scrupu ehihl's future wealth? The same In owning atxHitnjlirn acres the land be ; Slid of Your town boosts you. lotis in her ways it often vestlgatlon divulged that the college side some valuable personal property J Lancaster, Ky., March 3, 1 92 1 Why. not do a,s well by the throws a glamour of attrac- graduate earns $2,000.00 a year, on He leaves n wMw and jive children on average with this earning power. His town as it does by you? tiveness around unconvention- the college course ixiy-- him u divi- - Douglaschildren jire Walter, Arthur. Fotnrn Adt1i.m RrprrfntahT and llruee Turner THE AMKHICAN I'RESS ASSOCIATION No citizen is so powerful, al acts upon which the respec- icmi oi iii,iuu.uii tn lu years or Jerry Doty, all of whom and Mrs were with none so humble, but Vfi.00 for every day he spent ' him when the end came. Rati, For Political Announcement!. town is an aid to himwhat the table world frowns. in some All that a girl should know lege. He lived and died n believer in the For Precinct and City Offices.. $5.00 way or other. prior to her wedding day He sure and hear the third number Lord nnd did many things that were For County Offices 10.00 The food that he eats, the and there is much should be of the Lyceum course at the school right in His sight. Hi remain were For State and District Offices.. 15.00 clothes that he wears, the uditorium Friday night. The Fine interred in the Iinrniter cemetery For Calls, per line .10 told her by her mother. Arts Company. For Cards, per line Kvery member of .10 . and amusement that 'Ihe jealous solicitude of WANTKD:- - A first class tobacco' For all publications in the interhe enjoys, all orginatJ in the motherhood cannot be replac- - the company is an artist oiwl we ore man to cultivate a little tobacco and sure of a good musical program. est of individuals or exprestown. because the mouey withal by any other, nor-cacorn. J II. Woods, lineaster. Ky the sion of individual views, per which they are procured is responsibilities it entails be Junior Newt. .10 lino.. The Virgil class has been trying Obituaries, per line .05 made there. Public safely shifted to other shoulto linij how many Latin words are When n fellow boosts his ders. I will at my residence, on Maple used In our common advertisement. own town he does not stop The young girl npproaching They have cut out adds to fill three avenue on SATUIiDAY, MAItl H City Stuff. there. He is performing an maturity has a right to know. posters. They did not realize be 5th., at '.:.10 P. M sell the following llulfet, Dining Table, Couch, two' City newspnpers and mov- act that improves his own con It is the duty of the mother to fore how many Latin words that they ikds and ilpring. Dresser, U'nsh-- I ing picture films are becoming dition, for every good deed tell her. read every day without knowing it. stand, Refrigerator, Kitchen Table, i filled with sensational sex has its elevating influence. The Juniors are going to start Cooking Stove, one Cot, one Porch! Head the sporting pages of working on n play in a few days. pjwing, 20 ft. Hose, Lawn Mower; 80' A few people are always 'tuff. the daily papers of the big cit- - They want everyone to save enough gal. uii lank, K chairs, Kitchen .Safe,1 home town boosters. Thev The reason is simple. be they The average city wind runs accomplish much in the wav ofiles You will find many glow. money so thatwhen will finallyable to Coal oil Stove, I Hewing Mnchine,! ready one hlectrlc Iron and one Garden I it is tributu.s to the prowess of come to see it ' in that direction and demands! community betterment, and to be played. Plow. Terms cash. what it wants. this imnroves the condition nf'Pnze lighters men wiio earnl The Mrs. Harry Anderson. Junior French1 class has made The city newspaper that not only themselves, but also!rt!at incomes by punching one poster out of the French adver- Am Ilourne, Auct caters most to the popular de- of those who do no boosting other people, just as the bull tisements. The girls were a great lighters of Spain earn fortune deal more interested in the French mand gets the circulation, and at all. If every citizen would con- - and glory by brutally indicting poster than the Ijtin one, because circulation gets the advertising, nnd advertising supplies stitutc himself or herself a wanton pain upon dumb ani- the French ads were mostly of toilet urticles and Parisiau dress. purposes of sport. home town mals Cutting Harrows, Corn Planters, Corn Drills, CONN BEOS. LET down in prices, a few peopl nre wondering what the farm or will do this summer. They fear he will raise only enoug for his own use and let the rest of us starve. It might be an act of just re tributlon if he did let the goug ers go hungry. Hut he won't He has a bigger heart than some other people and the world will not suffer througli any inaction of his. He wil go right on raising his crops and we will keep right on eat ing them. It is a pity, though, that there is no way of singling out the gougers and profiteers am compelling them to grub for themselves or do without. It would be mighty comfort ing to the farmer, the retailer. and the fellow who pays the piper. sill ill ' u u v. IC V. 1 -I Lancaster School Notes This week Is test week nml one which the pupils ilrrail, but there will be only two more test weeks before Junu examinations anil the pupils are certainly glad there will be no more, especially since they nre not nble to study as well In long warm spring days. Reducing the Cost of Your Stomach. A person's stomach is an expensive tn in X Dm ll Pmyi Many thorough investigations have been made regarding the money value. of nn education. One of them possession. Itis always wanting more. But you can reduce the cost by careful jmylng by.selecrtng foodstuffs that arc rich in nutriment and do not waste away in cooking. "Economical Quclity" is not always available at everystore. But you can nlweys be sure of getting it from us. That is a strong point'.wlth us,;;and webuykwlth that end in H w Co X O ci H Pi 73 2 Currey & Gulley. oisiw:w:w::ci::!::o::cr.or. "LIVE FOLKS." COS3IQNVDS oHss mm cj LC Wealthy T0COH SINGLE COMB BROWN g .t Central I LEGHORN 16 CCfiS 55-f- ' for;$l. a 100 for jih Itrirgir, ! hadof TdsiCu ami arid trade It fur And runt." " 0 :: s Ky. llox I7:t ( . Laratrr, FARRAfS For Up-To-D- on Plumbing, Heating, Guttering, Roofing, n ...... Sale. That Repairing, and all kinds of Tin Work ShK OK i'MONK P. B, iams Lancaster, Ky Quick Service and Good Work for When the next war comes these prize fighters men of prowess would make good soldier. Hut they won't unless drafted and driven to it. Fighting for wealth and moments. Then get into the boost wag- glory is one thing. Fighting for country and a pittrtneo is on and hit the pace. quite another. And then, in Introducing Mr. Tobin. the prize ring one may get r Edward J. Tobin, sriperin- -' knocked out. On the battlefield tendent of the public schools he may get bumped olf. There's a difference, and it of Cook county, Illinois, ap considerable parently thinks more of com-'- k mon sense than he does of the Congress reminds us of old criticisms of his lirntlur nml ' Ml' Van Winkle. It sleeps sister ndiifMitnm 'and sleeps an then shows .Mr. Tobin, man of courage ' .1 t.. nr.. i.. in a hidebound environment. lK . ,,L; has authorized his teachers tol Atb make use of the expressions, !iiken nK to the per,! immigration from "He Don't" and "It's Me." pauperized Europe, after the Ninety per cent of all educated people, he claims, use these press of the country has been same "tingrammatical" expres- sounding warnings for many months past. sions in every day life. Adding to our unemployed "What good does it do to is dangerous at any time and it teach school children a fprm of expression that is outlawed is especially so when we alby common usage and by a ready have about four million sense of good form?" he asks, mn out of work. Close the door, Rip-r-referring to "It is I." least until there is work enough What good, indeed? Tobin should be in the news- for our own people to earn paper game, where editors three meals a day. kick grammars inAre you consumed with a desire to the discard ami adopt their to travel, young man? Then start own forms of speech,, keeping right by systematically bcuting a both feet on the ground and path from your home to your place the editorial eye on the pulse of business. The rest will cotqe of the people. easy. booster the result collectively would be many times as great, and opportunities for self improvement would be more numerous. Think jt over in your odd i lm. Miss Mary Ann Heard spent the week-enin Georgetown. Miss llurchett was 'sick the past week-enbut she was able to at tend school monday. Miss Kstridgc is at her home In Paint Lick. Miss Virginia Heaxtey d Farmers Attention CUT PEICES ON PLOW GEAR, HARNESS, COLLARS, BREECHING, HAMES and everything that the farmers need in the way of farm equipment. WE NEED THE MONEY. NEED THE GOODS. YOU Jti I teaching during her absence. The sale of tickets for the third number of the Lyceum course is 'being made quite a success. We hope to have a large attendance to this program. Is i f f T nmn 1 Grins And Groans. "I hnJ a pretty bad faft once," said Paul, "when I fell out of a cherry tree, and on the way down I thought of every menn act I had ever done." "(ice!" said Fatty Rankin, "You must have fallen some distance." Paul Morrow- - and S. I). Cochran were standing on the street when a girl passed by and smiled. S. D. "Did you see that girl smile at me?" Paul "Oh, that's nothing, when I first saw you I laughed out loud." Fay had returned from the city with a ring containing a diamond of unusual size. It wus the pride of her heart nnd the envy of her companions. On day taverno askud: "Is it a real diamond Fay?" "Well," said Fay, "If it ain't I've been beat out of half a dollar." Tlio proverb tells us that to every cloud there is u silver lining, but it i!...-.- ., ...n ... i...... , V 1111(1 i. u nun 11UV9II II. fc '? Come in and we will save you money. Everything in our harness department goes in this sale at special low cash prices. at nnti-quate- d HASELDEN BROS. Sell your Tobacco on the Lancaster Market. I A ironic n at heart are much the fame. Hut, fortunutely, the heart Is' a mighty small portion uf the human anatomv. kTMMMKSMKMntwmmmmmKmmiimtmm The Central Record, Lancaster Ky. Thursday, Men 3, 92 1 I . The Lancaster. Building & Loan ASSOCIATION. Incorpratel Takes Mortage Loans from Its member on weekly or nonthly Installment. Own n homo inlil for out of rent money by Investor In the Uflcirtter Ilulldlng nnd I.onn Auoclntlon. If not n borrower anil want'h saving account Invest your weekly or monthly nving. Your saving will oon be Urge enough ' Itev, and Mr. Harry Hudwn wai called to KleminrsburK by the death of llcv, Htidion' (liter. FORMER MADISON BOY Friend of Mr, J. W. Sweeney, are clad to tee him out again after a eii;e with pneumonia three week Mr. Sam Morgan returned to his home Hi Denver, Colo., nfter n few week stay with hi father, Mr. 0. A. Takes Up Farming In Woman's Club Notes. Garrard And Is The Woman's Club met Thursday Making Good. Itlch-mond Cnr-rardlt- e, dering if you are a ion of T. Itlce dirated In outline II., 3. of Itichmond. .1. Consider the suggestion that the Very truly your, coroner' office be abolished and hi K. S. Oood, duties assigned to the county or city Ohairman, Animal Industry Group. attorney's office, nml the public officers. 4. What is the purpose of the short ballot? J Morgan. Mr. McClellan New-castle, Harry Itlce, formerly of Teater, of hut now a par' I'cnn., is the guest of hi ha taken up agriculture on H. HOITKK, Scc't. & Trc. ent, Mr. and Mr. Mead Teater on hi father' farm near Lanrastcr, and J. i:. ItOIIINSON, Prcidn Win. Lexington avenue. Soil your Tobacco on the Lnncnstcr Market. tnke fo hi work like a duck to Mr. and Mrs. J. JW. Kollards, of water. Since Harry h.i east hi lot guest with us, h ha made many friend Danville were the week-enof Mr. and Mr. Iiyd Hournc and In the county nnd city, nml itt very popular, especially among the youngfamily. er set. The Presbyterian Missionary So He has recently graduated from a noty met Wednesday afternoon nt four year course in Agriculture nt the home of Mr. I.uther (?lhb In the lewn State College nt Amos and i "Hill Court." Mrs. W. II. Hurton thoroughly prcKired to take up the hail charge of the program work which he h assumed. He hi n the. son of Mr. . T. Itlce, of Itichmond, One of the prettiest event of week wa the ten which .Mr. Vlrgl who i also well known here where nfter hi Kinnnird gave Wednesday afternoon he often come to look ROOFIN(. GUTTERING SHEET METAL WORK. in honor of Mr. Harrington King farming interests. STOVE AND RANGE REPAIRING. Harry displayed unusual etTeci-cn- c Wist of Lexington, Virginia, the at the Kentucky Ileef Cattle daughter, Mrs. Itobert guest of her Kinnnird. The home was decorated Association, held recently at Lexing(lower. Salad with spring nnd ton during Farmer's Wek. when he Lexington St, Shop Phone 69, Lancatcrf Ky. wirhe and tea were served. Mr. won two of the cash priie, on the nearest net weiwht of two Itobert Kinnnird nml Mint Winifred steer that were Initchered at the exWent aMMted in the hospitalities, Itlg- - periment station. invited were Mm. W. Mi Stella Yeakey wa the week- The.Mr, The following letter from that W . .Morrow, .Mr, liar ney. h. end guest of MiM Mamie llrotfu. wilt tie read by Harry's riett White, Mr. Luther Cibbs, Mr e J. J. Walker. Mr. J. It. Kinnnird, friend with interest: WUIinm Kfnnuinl wm4 in Mr Lexington, Ky. Mr. Kmmu HigginlHHham, Mr. J. Saturday uh n lul!io- - trip. Fohruary 19. 1U21. W. Klmore and Mi Kate Kinnnird. Mr. Harry D. Itkc Mr llHa llallurd U the Kucit of Mr. I.owi HrnxlMi in lukviHe. linraster, Kentucky (Terra Haute New) U A tlrltf MtMios ! Iht CsmlnM Goinji hylhoM Wi Art Inlcrtitid Ik. The (wl calender for Terre Dear Mr. Kice: I.ittJr MIm Janette (itdhiway. of Knclosed please find check ol the IdehmaMd. in vl.itlni: Mm DUa Itk IlHute ha IMinI hwc unusually im Kentucky Ileef Cattle Association prtant event to local society this HuiHtmi. season, one of the largest and most for .'.00 in payment of second prize Mrs. J W Acey mt returned from dressed Mr. Jth lllatt, of jneater, wa delightful of which wa the lioouti on your estimate of the Stanford. Danville Ad ful ehureh wedding yesterday eve. weight of steer number t here durm DunviMe ymte,rday The steer Hon. Cloy KaulTmHH .of Coving-tan- , voeate. i of Mia ICtrie Maud Miller, ing Farmers' Week. spent the week-enat home daughter of Mr. Henry Cniw Miller weighed alive 1,'1'JO pounds and Mr. Tayhtr and Mr. Cwky, of of Suuth Center street, and Joe liar dres-scout S08 pounds. Two men Mr. Jimmie Hilton ha accepted u Here. eft Tuesday HHii,K with rt Wert. smi of Mr and Mr. W. T. tied for the first with an estimate of Drug Store. Mm. J. II 9l4,rfKt, petition in the Starmcs' 1U chin and m We of I.aHcater. Ky. The Pirt SOrt 25 pound. Your estimate wa the aenu. W. T. W.wl Mr. Methodist ehureh wa the scene of tiOfi lK pound. Medd Steer number i!, weighing 881! woddiwg at Terra Haute ,MHir Mr. J. C. WUIiaim lft We.ln- - the ceremony, which wa attended Issdtnnia. where he will by several hundred friend and rela pound alive, dressed .VJ8.7& pounds. day fur IKinlle, from You won second place In thi con-tpwd eventl dajm at the Srtdbaeh an tive, including many guest .Mr. llottle Miller, ef NtcholasviHc with nn estimate of oiu.li. Hit f town. The nuptial vow were a ohwpplni: trtf. U the gunst of Mr .and Ma Jshn there0, Itev. W The second prize wa heard at H:30 o'clock by the Swtt an ItlehtitoRd avenue. Mr. Vietar l.ar. Mr. Clramp and II. Hickman, who rend the ring cere fore, the check I am enclosing for Woui Walker, Mr. mony. the two prize is ha returned dattKhtor. Mr. Mr. V. I). Simp 1 wish and Mm. J. K. Ktnwre weru vWtir tn congratulate you on the The church, with festive decora frw a wyck's vWt to her son, Mr. m Danville Saturday. illuminated fine showing you mnde. 1 am won tion of greenery, wa Simpson, in Lexington. Henry by candle light. White Swlnebrimd wa at entirely Mr. Oeflive iMm. Itobert Armstrong, who has home from Centre, where he came tapert were p4acd in the candelabra, rebeen visiting relatives hero t atteml the "IMher and kson" which are at interval around the turned to her tame in Frankfort. Quantities of southern balcony. banUet Tuesday eveninj:. smilax Mnked the wall and entwin Mlu Itosa Turner ha returned Mr. CarroJI Shank ami Mr, ed the pillar of the church, while home, after a month's visit to .Mr. llarve McUobert. of Stanford .were prig of spring greenery and buu and Mr. A. II. Johnson. It KUet TuiMMiay f Mr. J. Tt. Mount queta of white llowen hung from the and Mm. K. K. 'Meltoheru. balcony. Pink and silver the wed Mr. ami Mr. Will It. Cook ami predominate in were Mr. (rKe It. I!lnHon, of Uin ding color Mr. lttblrH Cook, of Danville, cantor, wa in Danville yctrrday. the ehureh decorations, as welt as in of Mm. K. I Owsley were He had hi crop of tobacco on our the costume of the attendants. Memlay. Following the ceremony an WmtoI brake). Danville Adveoat. reception wa held at the brute' Mr. Dura Wheeler und n, Mr. Mr. Ilu;h Moore MIm Sue Moore, heme. The rooms were effectively Wheeler, of Llitcolij couitvere Jsc f Danville, Mr. Koloy and iter, of decorated with qunntititw of pink XUMli of Mr. an,! Mr, HonWsod Lighted pink in silver vnso. lxinetan are at the bed.tide of their Sunday. furnished aunt. MUt Sallle Tillott, uho con- - taper In stiver holder Mr. W: K. tinut very ill. illumination for the room, n well a Mr. W. II. Cook, Mr. Hallle Its l.awin and Mr. J. ('. Uotdnton, uho ha. been the table, whore the member of the bridal party were seated. A large Miss Sue Shelby Maen were in xpeHdinc t Viral week, uith her eake, with icing of pink and white. last weok. daiiKhter, Mr. Itobert Henry and occupied the center, while nt each of Rich- Mr. Henry, in l.e.xincton, lias ruturnel cover were dainty silver cake boxes, MU Van GrceHloaf. mond, pent the week-enwHh'hr to Her home in uaneaiter. adorned with tiny pink rosebuds. aunt, Mr. Kmma KauffmaH wl) Ilev. nml Mr. I'riee Smith, Claud The member of the bridal party vlWe avenue. Conn, Mim Minnie Ilruuu nml MIm were seated at one large table, while laid at smaller tables Miss I'Mttie Anderson i the ilrtt Irene Smith attended the Methodit cover were conference of the Danville Diitrict, for the relative and a few intimate lady Jn tanenster to accept a clerical friend of the bride and groom. position at the Court llsun', having in llarrdburir Tuewlay. iTf. anil Mr. West left immedi been made dty clerk. The many friond of Mr. K, U ately nfter the ceremony for the Mis Ophlla Uckey, of Stanford, ltourlund are flail to know he hn south, where they will spend ten day I the guest of her nclce, Mr. recovensl imtficiently from n urj;i or two week. Upon their return Hverett Prescott llruwn and Mr. cal operation at the Danville hospital they will be nt home in ljinrnster, to be rcmovml to her home on Dan Ky., wheru Mr. West i in business. Ilrown. on Danville avenue. ville avenue Saturday. Mr. West attended Del'auiv uni versity, where she was n member of Dicker, Mlse Katie llnrnc The Junior Miienary Society of the Alpha Chi Omegn sorority. For Mary David and llernire Champ wri" at home from Hamilton ColU'ge, the Methodiat Church met nt the the Inst few years he ha been In v afternoon. Tulsa, Okla., with her brothers, John IMiriumik'e lust Saturday Lexington, for the week-enMost of this meeting wa devoted to II. ami D. C. Miller. She is n charmStudy ing and talented young woman mid The many friend of Mm. Arch the readint; of the Minion Walker are sorry to bear she hail the book, which in very intercstini;. Af- I popular in her large circle of misfortune Sunday by falling and ter adjournment ncvcral Knine were friends. breaking her arm She i suffering played and fruit punch mid cake very much. (were served. Ray-Walt- on. to draw interrit. If d Steam, Hot Water and Furnace Heating FLUMBIN c. d. McCarthy Gossip About People vvv Dan-Mil- d Wt ot 5. Show-- that large cities should be afternoon nt the rooms on Lexington free from interference by the state avenue. The room were dcerated legislature. in the Nnttonnl colors and Hag. Mrs. J. P.. Storme rend a history of Iincnster, which proved most inter- Why The Ijinrnster is morn than a esting. hundred year old and enn boost of Town. furnishing four governor of the State. A display of hhitorlal relic SomelMMly sent the editor of the owned by club member featured the Peketown Gazette a few bottle of meeting. One wn n brooch made of day hq re. j Queen Victoria' hair surrounded by home brew. The same puldieatlon n wedding nn- -' wa n pair of Icelved for Another corals. n bronze figure which were brought notincement ami a notice of an sale. Here are the results: over in the Mayflower. A silk Hag "Wm. Smith and .Mis Lucy Andcarried by Capt. T. W. Old at the erson were disposed of nt public aucfuneral of Henry Clay. A number my farm one mllu east of a of old hi Mm over n hundred year tion at on her beautiful cluster of rose old. A number of picture, silver sugar bowl and n silver spoon, Mr. breast nnd two white calves, before a Imckground of farm implements too Alex Anderson, father of Miss Amnumerous to mention in the presence anda Anderson, cut his teeth on nnd guests, including other interesting relies. Sandwiches of about seventy two milch cows, six mules and one cotrec nnd were served. About Itev. Jackson tied the fifty-fiv- e guest were present. This bob sled. nupitnl knot with 200 feet of hay week the club will take up the study rope anil the bridnl couple left on of "New Cltiwnsbip." one irood John Deere gang plow for The Woman's Club will dicus to, suit County Government at the meeting an extended trip with term purchasers. They will be nt homo wn Mnrch 10th. Ilolew i printed an to their friends with one good baby e of the sufiject: buggy and n few kitchen untcnsil (JOVKHNMKNT COUNTY after ten months from, date of sale 1. "God mode the country, man to responsible parties and some fifty Dependence of chickens." Htadc the city." town on rural production. Kentucky 75 per cent rural, 26 per cent urban. on Country Itoosevelt Commission Coughs andColds Life. "Grow up in the country nnd often lead to wait for the city's call." Tendency to combine urban and rural life with PNEUMONIA aid of motor car. Don't trifle with either n 2. The counties of Kentucky nrea cough or cold on the chest. LL'N'GAItDIA i recognized topopulation industries. day ns the greatest remedy ever X Classification of county olTiccrs. offered for the relief of such a. Those serving both state and condition. Its action I swift county. and certain, good for nny kind of cough nnd bronchial trouble. b. Those serving the county chiefly Once used you will never acor entirely. cept a substitute. It I free t. The eounty courts, both civil from opiate nnd safe for chiland administrative. dren. The best druggists from Const to Coast sell and recomJuvenile cburt probation officers. lluy a mend Ll'NGAItDIA. 5. Suggested reforms and bottle today and put it squareCOc nnd $1.20 ly to the test. bottle. FOR SALE BY 1. Make a list of the city officers. V. Make a list of the county ofMcROBERTS DRUG STORE. ficers, dividing into two parts as in- - Editor Left auc-jtio- out-lin- 3E DE gut WHEN SOMEBODY'S SICK You don't want to take a chance with the man who will take a kucss at it, or offer you something "just as jrood." You know there's a vast difference in the QUALITY of drills, and you also know that ru Mn, Lex-logt- when it is a human life at'stake NOTHING WILL TAKE THE PLACE OK THE IJEST. d Thats Where We Come We we carry nothing In ive you arid yours the same attention in the matter of Dhiks and Prescriptions we give our own flesh and blood. We are careful in compounding; that we are ashamed to I Our Line Is Complete We also carry a complete line of Kubber Goods, EiSCsSvSSvHSvSSv'Sg:' f Cash H Raising Sale Auto Oil, per gallon 75cts. Auto Tires as low as $8. House rami, per Ration i .ua d) M International Stock Food in 25 pound barfs at 8cts per pound. A verv treat surprise wa received here when it was made known that MIm Mary Agneta Itny and Mr. Walton had been united in wedlock's holy bond lu Louisville, Mis Itny' hume I at Vine Grove, Ky., but for several month she ha been in Loulstille, Ky., where Mr. Walton met her. They were mar ried Thursday morning, Feb. 24th. The marriago wus the ending of a courtship of six years. They were both graduate of the class of IDlri Toilet Articles, Stationery, Perfumes, Toilet Soaps and we will back our prices against those charged for similar goods anywhere in the country. i j OUR SLOGAN-SAFE- TY SERVICE at K. S. D. Danville, Ky. The groom Is the sou of Mr. and i e STOEMES Established 1853. DE DE DRUG STOEE. Phone 39. DE Mr. I).' J. Walton of Judson, and twenty-on- I SANDER'S VARIETY STORE I years old. The bride i the daughter of Mr. and Mr. C. K. Itny and is twenty year of age. Mis Hay I a charm Inir voung lady and thu. man of her choice should be congratulated on winning her. , First Thought in Drugs. Lancaster. j1 The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday, Mch 3, 92 1 I IKK Our Methods Otor J IWlo Watt , , Z I100'000'000 FOR KENTUCKY Goal Set For Suffering China. are Modern Wc do not hesitate to change the methods of handling our accounting and other clerical work, if by so doing increased efficiency and economy will result. A large 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. We do not aim, however, to let the increased use of machines cause us to grow machine-lik- e in dealing with our customers. In this respect wc intend always to remain intensely human. The Garrard Bank & Trust Go LANCASTER, KY. I NVIson Sowder were the pleasant guest of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Green (Delayed.) Inst Thursday. Miss Parrie Clark was n visitor in Mr. and Mrs. John Roian celebratLancaster Saturday. ed his 87th. birthday Saturday, Feb. .Mr. Ft. C. llonin was in Uth.. at his home near Good Hope. Saturday on business. The following guests were present: Mm. Minnicfec McQuerry was the Mr. and Mrs. Kno Thomas. Mr. and Kill Parks and little daughter. guest of her sister, Mrs. Jennings' MItnchel. of Union City, Ky.. Mr. Mosicr, Monday. Miss Annie Mac Green was the Earnest Thomas, .Mr. John Coving-te- n and sons, Willie, Walker, Jcptha pleasant truest of Miss Ituth and and Robert and Mr. Earnest Parks of Nelson Sowiler Sunday. Richmond, Mrs. R. C. Roian, .Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Green and Mrs. Sam Davis and daughter. I.or little son, visited Mr. and Mrs. Jim aine. .Mrs. Addle Davis and nephew, . Chnincy, In Richmond the week-endEdd nnd Earnest Davis and Miss Mr. and Mrs. Hob Shaw have been r.lsie Clark, the little daughter of called to Crnb Orchnid on account Mr. nnd Mrs. Rill Parks, being the of the illness of his brother, Rill great, great granddaughter of Mr. 1 - LEAVEL GREEN 9 I f I I Roian. Shaw. Mr. John Green, Mr. and Mrs. 6ttt's Proud Boast. Irve Stowe had for their Sunday Every town In Massachusetts baa visitor. Sir. and Mrs. Clarence free public library. Green and family. .Mr. Meivin Stinett and little Brick Outlasts Qranlte House. daughter, Minnie Lee and Mrs. John A well constructed brick house s 111 Stinett are visiting relatives in outlast one built of granite. Recchgrove, Indiana. ( Viewpoint. Mis Elsie Clark and Miss I.oraine It takes the eyes of the rich to Davis, who have been guests of their blessing of poverty. Hoston aunt, Mrs. Addie Davis in Preachers- - tho Transcript ville, have returned home. , Talent Served Him Wsll. Mrs. Joe Sowder, Mrs. Irve Stowc A story Is told that In the time of and children, Mrs. Annie Clark and children were the pleasant guests of Frederick the Great there was a sol. man who I doing good, even If we dler who played the Jewsharp so well don't like hi. methtl. Mrs Cluience Green Thursday. that his fame spread. When on guard "Some people say that Sklmback Is Mr. and Mrs. Hamp McQuerry en- one uay nc was oskcu oy rreuenca trying to atone for all the sinfulness tertained Thursday evening Mr. to go to the palace to play for blm. ' of h, ,m,t r. It Is argued that , Rrack Grey, Mr. and Mrs. Ruck Mc- the soldier refusing, ns ho would be m.T,,r Rway mTllt ,enn, punished If he left his post. How. ,iythlng. but was after the dollars hy Querry and grandson. Carter Singleever, when he at last played at tho ,,ay am, nif.hu ,, (II(ln.t car wno ton. palace the king was so pleased that Mrs. Fannie Green, Mrs. Entered be cave the soldier honorable ills- - ,mrt KO hl. OT(.rtook uni, cnplrri , tll.m TtlMV tall a ltm,lM.n. I. Clark. Misses Ruth, Daisy and charge from military service. closed. rauKlng uaspenkuble suffering here nnd there. He Is accused of to every dark trirk to Increase hi board. Most of the storle prh-ubl- y are bunk, but what If they are true? Now thut he sIkiwh sign of In hi old nge we should en courage him in every (xtssiNe way, nnd If be give n phonognipn tit the high school, or put up u public drinking fountain In ih?j(uhtlc square, we darshould tell hi tu he' everybody' ling, and not dig up a lot of ancient 9 history for bis confusion. "I haven't much money to give uwuy, but when I do loosen up to the extent of a dollar or two I like to have an audience. I like to Imagine that I people are saying, 'What a great-hearfij ! ed, old geezer be Is t The We sell everything in the implement line that J other morning il man approached Hu mid usked me to contribute Houietblng the farmer needs. Everything we sell means more towant putting a new ateeple on the I i church, und I lieguu to explain that money for the farmer for we sell for cash, thereby I church steeple are out of date, when he Interrupted to suy that the name selling for less. of all contributor would U- - printed In withthe puer, und then I dug up out further words. And we're alt with the same stick, my t sired lMi-nu- e - mi Reports that great quantities of grnm from Manchuria have relieved the famine situation In the live north PLEASURE OF GIVING central provinces of China are debunker. Is nrqulr nied by Thomas W. Ui.Mont, New (CQKIMHACK, lug qultf a reputation ns a phiYork, Chairman of the China Famine lanthropist." observed the druggist, Fund, in n telegram received by J wisdom "lie" nlwnys Riving to somebody or Paul Swnin, executive secretary for someililng, mid I notice thnt the slrk. in Kntucky. Mr. Iji.Mont I riling detail nlway get Into print, lie the fund state that 10,000,00(1 persons arc believe In keep- entirely without food and emphasizes! ing "T is natural to think of the ei hI 7jf as she frtbattt Mtnell tor il. left timid potted as to need of a tremendous elfnrt to re-Icctant mother's influence 30 tn.'t most laWTiblc tondiUont I what the unborn lobe Her Ills right Iieve these conditions nt once. vktn htr chitj is born, The rcmrt of the American tnin-food, her liabitf, her liypicnc, and timid Ik doing, mid MoTiir.'s I'mcnd h a balm for nobody ever will iler at Peking, the second within I cvxn the condition of her mind, the nerves, an intrnslcy penetrat. all lave a part In determining the see him concealtwo weeks sent to President Wilson Ing lubricvit that softem the ing nny of Ills also state that conditions in China or of her ml mutlej, relate tension of tho fant before birth. lights under n are terrible a there is not enough delicate organism involved In mabushel." ternity, and prqtires the way for monc) )ct nvallnblc to buy grain in No woman awaiting the Joys of "I'm sorry to an rJJVr, qmckrr end fVdfiVyf coming mothethood should sllow Manchuria although the railroads hear you refer to Mix-trthe clays to pan without giving that great and have otferetl to transport It free. nature a hcljing hand bctduin 10,000,000 persons in There are good man In fiet a Isittte from ywjr druggiu the ronditioni of (lending mother tot lay. terms," said the famine nreu nnd nearly .10,000-00hood, rziiting as they do, over .i now are being fed dally by the the village putrl-nrrh- . fUalU ImsI "MOTHER. crliHl of months, creMl!viTir iImv relief organizations which nre supHOOD and Tk BABY-,M,ate almost a new state of being I hear similar remarks concerning mmj m,7 Jttnl S htm. ported by the China Famine Fund, for a woman. and I think It it oor npprerlntlnn of c MOTIIKIt'3 FSIEND. bit generosity. At you sny, he1! at. the money as it is collected in AmeriWARNING AnlJ uWsf plMn iU, nj abroad. Joseph IIhj l --nly en A ttn mnj wy cu, gnHtrttknttul,Mltt wnys giving, mid fn a mimII business ca being cabled Arm JUs gJ. Rurge. President of the Hoard of to look ii gift hore In the ninuth, n the pnlmlt my. If ,e uf, n man Trade is Treasurer for Kentucky nnd URADriCLD HtCVLATOR CO. with n megaphone to announce hi the Itev Dr. K. Y. Mullin I chair In t. 27. AlUsls. C iieneriirtioiK. he Isn't hurting nny. man, lioth having been appointed by I.I un MOrilCHIILOb nd 1h IIAIIY. body. President U ilson. Ns . "Caustic things are sahl of overy At the meeting of the executive philanthropist who manage! tu get committee, it wns decided to set the Si R. r r UJcdbyExtK-ctjii- l Mothers some advert flmr Hit of ltl liberality, goal at J 100.000.00 fur Kentucky Town for Three Generations. but It's my opinion (list you'll have to Describing the renditions in north bunt n long time, with n searchlight China, muwietiarles who within the nnd ii pair of gumshoe, before jnii tlnd the man who enjoy ilolng good last week have returned to the UnitThis tonic, for women only, in lns by stnilth. If you li lln.l him. he will ed States, say a more serious situ upon tho prescription of a prove to le a frenk. nnd It will . your ation will be faced in the spring. famous physician, who made the diortlcrsof,women his life study. That U ha.s pniven a bloMing to so many thousands of womnn. It has given duty to see him rettirti'il to the asy- They (Html out that through pnva- - it thrm thi ,f ' iu.St that for Dr. J. nJsf Female Repl.tor now. TOIUY. J"11 "" M MTvlce.re get to rivo lum from which he ernpI. lions ami inch or rood the entire poami will never "U'e nre all more or less hungry for pulation, outside of a few- - well to do thanks for U suggestion that brought toyuu tho Juyous rsillef that it will the approbation of our friend and fel- merchants, nre o emaciated they SMbyalldrugaujnainJI.Wlottlcs. low rltlren. And I am glad It' so. haven't the strength to plant the If we didn't in re three whoop mt early rrop also that the farms are our friends thought of u. we wouldn't Owensboro. R. Ware, Hopkini- paint our houe, or mow our lawns, burdrnel by mortagos ami in the.ed that 18.000.000 nre children (lovernor Morrow, in his procla- - ville; Dr John Rlnckburn, Iloulmg or trim our whiskers. We wouldn't whole area atfeeted there i. hanllv , .. . 111111)11111111. .lillinM.n ltlJl(lr,n ut n. ....L ,.M,t,,.,ii tui mill iiii'l'll, d. II. .UJtAM. M. or l,oiM one f.irm animal left. It will take ........... H., "'T"'1 nny m'"!l'y f"r .... .i millions of dollars, they say, t fee.) oi. me niiren districts into which Crane, Jackson. Ky., i'sniiie ,,f White Ms. .M . t they have'rcgnlned me Mate has heen divided for the i 1... II . and attractive. Hainan these people until ineriuo; Mlswortft Krgenlein. upends a lot of money for it gorgeous their health to such an extent as to campaign names: Newport; .Sheltun M. .Sfcnufley. lawn, with real tree nnd expensive be able to return to planting Judge It. W. Ringham. Louisville; and Cl. T. A. Field, AsWansI; R. flowers, and nil sorts of ornament, harvesting crops. Of the great num- V. I.. Wellnnd. Paducah; W II. Over-by- , A. Cechrsn. Msysville nnd J. K. t, he's doing It he wnnts to tie ber of famine sufferers Henderson; M. (!. Iluekner, it is estimnt- l.exingtn. praised hy the people who see It nil. You don't see any such Inwn In lonesome rural district. There the front yurd always Is n calf pasture. "The farmer reason thnt If n ue having a pretty lawn, for there' to admire It. Nobody ever gint the place except an occasional lightning rod agent or n man who Is taking onlrrs for frnltslree. "Why don't you wieer at the twn "'an who puts so inurli money Into beautiful grounds? It's all a grand- stnnd pla). He experts to get rver- Using out of It. and he doe, and he deserves It. We shouldn't criticize any fenced vftofhers bow lite iiaiurc oekxc uj-(fl of assistiig Bab coming 1 i ttwl wrll-Mn- g c 0 r W ini rwi Dr. J. BrudficldH Female Kculator W rt. u, .. ... . 11 Ittcb-mon- Has-set- Dodge Brothers 4 DOOR. SEDAN Tho Sedan is so solidly entrenched in tho affections of tho American pcopla that it has almost attained tho proportions of u national institution Farmers FARMERS 1 I I ! Th guolin constitnptioo U unusually Tba til milaao i unusually hlti Insr I; t i KINNAIRD BROS. Lancaster, Ky. friend" Not What Shs Meant. Miss De Vere Ye, he uctually said your cheek were like rose. Mis Vune (delightedly) That' lay. Ing It on pretty thick. Ml Ie Vere Yes; h remarked ubout that, too. We have the agency for VULCAN and OLIVER PLOWS AND POINTS FOR ALL PLOWS MADE. Becker & Ballard PHONE 27. 1RYANTSVILLE, KENTUCKY. Hard to Blend. Mr. Peavlsli mij thut although be would be the Inst man on earth to criticise nny lady of hi acquaintance, nevertheless be has never met one who could successfully combine the giggle with the middle-ageupread. Dulla News. high-scho- An Expert. "Are you a skilled chauffeurf "Yes, sir I Why, I'vo been In nine collisions and run over Are persons, y and every time I got awuy before could get taj number I" my-tod- e The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday, Men 3, 92 1 I FIFTY-FIFT- Y Classified Column RATES. Single Insertion 1c a word No ad taken for 1cm than 20e in thii column No mil In thli column charged. Seven iniertioni for the price of five. Phone orderi mutt be pnld promptly. y DOROTHY O QRAVES. $l00,Ti0-- fi per cent 1NTKUKST TO LKNI) ON GOOD FA H.MS. ft 10 years time. S. T HANDLK COHKKSPONDKNT A02 Fayette National Ilnnk I.KXINGTON, KV. 3 lx Ill,, tr MtCiur N.wap.p.r p,4if.i I 11. r wealthiest man nlslutl. Hi frit n very iimcli filmic. (Mil Scout, his alrednlp, had died Hint limrti-Iit. nml tht worhl In ronspquctir seemed rry tlilu mill innih nmrt from mi old nml wealthy in nil. lie win nroiispd ljr the rrxctful knocking of his iilll.v hoy, "Good iiinrnliiir, Tom," the wealthiest i mm ilir Ixiy. yer Top tin iimriilii' ti :r-t" ), hois-nr.- TIip do )iiu Tho flncrr , wpnlthlett mini smiled. "Why rnll me tlmt. Tom)" dojr IiIiikIhiI nml twisted lil In hi rout hut til ejres tipvrr wnerel. -- "IIwhiim1, lr," lin stressed Ihi sir, I forirot. sir." "Porgot n lint. Tomf "Yrr hmwr." Ttii (Mil iihiii NitiiiTn! mill shook li ail. M "I ilnii't understand )et, mj Ihijt. Toll IM again.' 'Hit' Imjr grew redder under liU freckle. Imt he stood Mnurh. "It's H P.IHO, Mr." I spiV The limti twisted "till, (In' rr)lnl mim' between hi Ihmnli Hi- - watt lied the heavy ml fori'Mnger. I44...HII tilt txirk ami forth whlh he HtH'Mlwii-i- l further. "Ami If I tnhl t I IlkiM galops, Tm, would ou lit mi' play, timr TIip wealthiest innn grasped tin as In lili Hillrr iwlin. The slender rrjlnl atPiii cracked and broke. A atrium of waliTtrltUiil over th p.ffler mi tin' dek mul imii sled with n ilnii of rid bltnl fro'u Hip wonlthlrM mi hmiil The wI.Hp orrlilc! xhuililvml seemingly and writhed. It dcttrntp (x'tati turned gray ami rnmii.liil. It faded Into an nth Does It Pay To jj 5 b g WANTKI): Man to call on tho retail grocery store In Lancaster anil Wp sell meats, Garrard county. Inrd. dry suit, chccp, butter, olcniar- gnrine. etc. We pay commission nnd give crcilll on all mall orders. 0 This Is emly work but will not re. quire all of your time. Write at unci lt.-p- jt ttiooooncx va3i'f iQf.uaotxwtoa New tlx FO SAI.K or HKNT: room Iluiik'nlow' on llanelden Height W. j.Mow, Jr. O to Miie-Callu- Williams, llroker. Lexington, Ky. Notice. ., All porMins having claims against I'ure Ilred White Itoek eggs nt the estate of Willi Turner, deceas Phone .107. 11.00 per letting. " Mrs. II. I. Swopo. ed, presnt them to the undersigned, properly proven its required by law, FOU SAI.K: Plenty of No. 1 or to my Attorney, G. C. Walker, timothy hny. Phone II. Iincaster, Ky. (2-John T. Hickn. Walter Turner, Admr. Willis Turner, deceased. rooms, Four nice I'OK UKNT: furnished or unfurnMied. Phone t Walker. Mm. Printu 317. fJ Frost Proof Cabbage Plants. Advertise? Statistics show that of the- We have millions of the finest Two lung yearling mjII open field grown plants ready now. Will bulls. Karly Jersey, Charleston Wakcficlds, riieap. Itoyally bteil. Parcel post paid, 300 - Flat Dutch. Je. W. Sander.1000 $2.fi0. $1.00, boo $1. no, A(SKNTS WANTKI): or Kxpros 2000 $3.fi0; fiOOO $7.50; .Male femnte, town or county. Good poi 10,000 $12.50. Send for price list for pnrticulnr. Send Sweet potato and tomato plants. tion. It. K. I la w en, K. F. I). No. 1, Parker Farms, Moultrie, Ga. HnwMvillp, Ky ( I 'I FOU SAI.K: Id, It-p- 111 ml gnp. . Tin' hoy fare was white mid awed III' lxiknl ajifrrln'tnln-lnt the iiihIi. y "Wh, Mr Weak. . ." he Midi, hi voice spoke HsMly Ew. TWi." Tle limi lr." "Vm, like dwath. Tom. or itrmtii." honor, oh Mr. I "Hi, ih, riM; ilifHtm they ain't llkr (hut If yr bMve Im Vm nml put faith 111 m bpy'rp IwwkI, lr, ImiuihI to 1'liiw "Vp. like ilmtlt. corporations 1920, jir that went into bankruptcy in eighty ir." wily "And fH." I am standing n Hegintcrcd Jersey , No, Kaleigh Hull. Hanging Fork, At a meeting of the Stockholders 187.018 at $3.00. J. K. Sanders Hubble, Ky. of the adjustable Sight Oil Feeders, held in Lancaster Wednesday night, FOU SALK: One pony, cart and Feb. t)th., the stockholders represents Mm. Clara Prather. ing more than the stock harnes. were present and voted to dlsolve Money to Loan: $1,000 on real said corporation. entati'. first mortage. Apply to this All persons having claims against lt.pd. oIIicp. present claim by said corporation Five room bunga March 12th., l'J2l. FOIt HKNT: A. D. Joseph, Sect. low with bath, lights and water, on 22 Maple avenue. Pos..'ion at once Mrs. Harry Anderson. (2 Notice. two-third- 24-tf- .) i "Mi HMhrr, tlilHk so, 4w m) 11 n, ym jrr Tom' ' lr. I four per cent were firms which ! Into college Tom" "Coaltl yH oid tW HMlthlvt man "It an fill ly bant. TtHtrVii fiaro ami vlund IHC " Uwly Tnan' win irnu titi rmc'i iw . "(ih, lr. wr"r iloln tlat Mary ami mh. I'm uln' to Micht mIi hi' awl Mary Im4'mp Iini Mar)' iuv Wff " "Am4 m T atii-t- l "Oh. know. "Alt. aMt. y"s lr" thtf' th ih men Urf )! you DID NO! ADVERTISE hiT r)r, 1 4J man r Timi? ' Mixed clover nnd FOK SALK: In the matter of John C. Morgan, t(mothy hay, $18 per ton. Mrs. K. K. Daniels or Frank Phillips, Hankrupt in llnnkruptcy. To the Creditors of this Ilnnkrupt: Stanford, Ky. Notice is hereby given that on FOU SAI.K: Good white oak February 12, in21 the said John C. fencing, gate slats, boxing nmf fram Morgnn of Garrard County, KenHanking any length desired. tucky was duly adjudicated Mike Hogers, l.ancastcr, Ky rupt; and that the first meeting of (217-tt.pd) hi creditor will be held at the court in I,J,In,c",er' K': " )!nrch8' - Near Pleasant Hill nchool IOST.which ,, , RIUll!.'ll .I1UUIMI , UHViiil11821 at IlOUSC. (HOCK iil Creditors may attend, prove G. HurgeM, Cottonburg, Ky." on "It their claims, appoint a Trustee, 1 Notice In Bankruptcy. ... ,.,, hu the collar. Liberal reward. "U'lmt 4 "Ihm'i tlMto "N. )fr )m an t k tlnT yoar at Mrfi "Anrf fr lu"hwtki' rail' mmr )imr imMlHT ltm- - 4r. )m( HHt LitoM', Totu wot Himn. y-t. mH' Imii'I." It aim n' Mary lira fiit an flinl "Ami iwi Kttttun clt ln-- r a mum') I "Hi i' iffiut'll HHiliry " Tom I mmIIihI rouMifill) at tin' limn. 'N'i' ." UtT btHiH. I'nlr ThIm what. . "A ir." . Thih" !)' Tm" "A (wni'" IpIU "A (Thrlnlimi "Vfi. Itki at th- - Hlt." i'lil plnri' that inn . There are over 2,000 homes into which e Central Record goes every week, and an average of five people read each copy making 10,000 readers of the Record. They take the Record because they want to know what's going on in Lancaster and Garrard county. Then to it's the best paper published in this county. Let them know what you are doing through an advertisement. IT'S THE BUSINESS MAN'S such other business a may properly FA KM WANTKD : Would like to come before said meeting. NELSON I). KODES, rent ISO or 200 acres farm on share. Kefcree in Hankruptcy. Have four steady boy and do our own work. See or write J. A. Conn, Danville. Ky.. Feb. 24, 1921. NOTE Creditors cannot particiHox 77, Lancaster, Ky. pate in the management of the es- H. O. Hurgess. the Hankrupt, and transact Jr. tate or the distribution of assets unAm compelled to meet City til they prove their claim on fo'rm bills and must ask those owing required by the Hankruptcy Act, and mc to settle at once. This file same with the Kcfercc. means you if you owe me. Rella Arnold Francis. lt.-p- ntutTiil Tin' wnn liall t "llitiv a "A. ycr li'ty fitrKut iluffiil UtWimilltllHHl! lIlHlllt. nml Tom my family "OU. tW moraine all Ihi- - family I linil, limmr." tho "lr" "If I ran hili ixit It. I'm coon- - hun. cry. Iihi." "Vihi liHinry. lrv Tom i'in'wil p.'. If " Tom In lit ni t illiil n'r" kiliilly. Tenant to crop for I furnish teams and tools. Inferences required. Hay Hall, Stanford, Ky. It. No. 4. Phone 4711. WANTKD : mc this year. j Jud Tunklns. "When Klne Solomon showed most of his "miirnn".." mi Id Jud Tunklns, "was In holif ulile to tie I he richest man, in spltu of the ftict that he had so uiuny wlu." )". illl tlil the tlnit Stunt, I iloic tt mn t TIip Imy nmliliil hnxi-ii'- rnllnl I1I111. "I with Ms "Ain't youn' Kt iiohixlyT" "NlMly nt all, Tom." "(i(il" tho hoy hxikiil nt Hip man With fll'lllIC "till''' !ii" ri'pstiit tin Minltlili'M until Tom IiuicIi.hI nudlly "Sav I cup Hp mimil yiHi iln uiil aomi'thln'." cliwr to tin man. 'Say. If joiup ii'tni' kmiii' with Mi aflrr work und mii mil hiH hulp jwi, lHitii( flii will" "How will hi IipI mi' Toml" "WWI." I wlitp! iimtvr ninl will" wrii ritnlUlitilliiHv "Mury, you know, wp Ji'it look nilnly, ami hailu't ht-In wo ailitiHl Iht" Tin Imij imuMil. thiiiklmc. "AU)U, ji r- - lr I IHIMIH,' If WHtlllsl to, nml If )im l tidl mil. Jul unnpomi, tmi." TIip iihl iimii lurinil hlf lArii uwuy from tin Ihi)'. "CouhJ you nlTonl to kii-III aiiothor, TimiV otv husky. Tom niiowiTnl nuillly. "Vfi, Iithlnk pi mi. You nf. I muli) work night llko I up! to, mul- - " "Ami glw iii nlclit fcchooir' r now, you know, ami "Yi'iv yoiup could lit-- wlih IIh'Uimih' money, lUty, w'il li'l Hint so you know." "All rlKht. air." Tim winllhlpt limn hidil n trrmhllne tmml to hla Hlliii hoy "tilt). tlfty," "Wlmfll you cull nn, Tom, aftrrj I ilnii't Hko 'air ami your honor,' plther olio of thi iii they're Ion lulRhty aound' Ins." TMu'a hrowa knit nculn In drp t r nny Mary, nnr any motlipr tx i')i'. Tom." it 'riimly nml li hml." Tobacco Seed: I have n limited Pretty Near the End. When one tin had all his conceit amount of Old Fashion Standing Hurley tobacco feed for sale at $1.00 taken out ol him, when ho has lost all his llluli'ii. his feathers will soon ii n ounce. Ky. soak through nml he will tly no mote. George Carpenter, Oliver Wi'tiili'll llolmei. GREATEST ASSET. Pathfinder, Defender, Fnpg. nho Iini hii-halns trouble-withis tllvver, has nhoiit decided and Sensation Durocs sows, hours and gilts. The biggest money mak- Hint it oucht to go Into Hit disunity ers In the world. Ask for litera- list under the head, "MUxIng In Acture. Write or phone 14. TUB tion." Hoston Trniicrli. GLKNWOKTH FA K.MS, Hurgin, Ky. No Troubls at All. The cackle of a hen uhen she lays an ckc. ni) it scientist. Is akin to FOK SALK: I offer for sale my laughter. An! with some of tho ecus He Is 5 no haiv iiu't n can easily guess what well bred Jack Caldwell. years old, 15-- 3 hands high, black, tho hen was laughing at. London with white, good breeder. Phone Punch. 325-Q- . Clarence Hcniloy. K. F. D. Myrrh Used In Medlclnt. No. 3, Lancaster, Ky. llyriti Is ii resin uvl for iur;HiM'H nnd In dentistry. It Mammoth The Proper Head. oll' For sale or exchange for well Improved farm: A house on Maple Avenue in Danville, 10 Is also lucil lu tin munufacturu of In retiMi and perfumery, and Is obtained from tret's ami shrubs that grow Id woi-ouli- rooms, Arabia and Abyssinia. WE ALSO DO ALL CATALOG KINDS OF JOB WORK BUSINESS AND 11 11 Jit fi-1 PRINTING. YOUR fi-- r mm--llft- fn-ckl- WILL BE APPRECIATED. . . Scout," he "It'a S9 hL homp ami tell m, 014 furnace, lights, water, gas, barn and Tlmbtr of India. other outbuildings and large lot. India Is less than half the size ot Georgia Anderson, Danville, Ky. the Cnlteil Suite, hut Its timber n 3i)3 Maple Avenue. suurces are greater. All kinds of timber an to bo had, some of which Is MALE HELP WANTED: Get beautifully groined and will bo In busy, keep busy. In your job un- demand for furniture manufacturing safe? Is it permanent? You want or Interior tlnUhlng. business. You can get Inii To Qutnch Thirst. to such n business, selling moro than An Invalid whomi mouth becomes dry 137 Wntkin.4 products direct to far- and parched Uurlns the nlKht, or u mer if you own auto or team or can fever patient, will rind that an orange, get one, if you give bond with per- cut Into small pieces and placed withsonal sureties. We back you with in easy reach of tho bed so that big selling helps; 62 years In busi- piece may b held lu the mouth from tlmo to time, wilt be moru beneficial ness; 20,000,000 users of our than water, says Good Housekeeping. Write for information whero It has tho added advantage that a pa you can get territory. tlent can manage the pieces of orauf J. K. WATK1NS CO., Dept. Ml, taoro easily than hv could a glass of Winona, Minn. water. life-long pro-duct- s. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Men 3, 1921 Mortgage Payers THOROUGH BRED HAMPSHIRE SOWS AND GILTS TO FARROW IN MARCH AINp APRIL. AT eppppppk Bfefetttsv pppppiH I bbfefefeH I flpppppv LaBLBLB pppppiH bbfefetl pppppiH bfefettti fefetttl ppppppj pppppps LbbbbLV ppppppppw LbbbbbLbW 9 Saturday, March 12th, at lO a.m. This is our First Annual Sale of Pure. Bred Hampshires. 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. At thii Lan-caster t including mile we will cell several choice boar Lad, a splendid individual register No. 73QS1. Lad was two yean old in December nnd headed our herd Several of the tows nnd gilts to be sold nt this Inst season. sale are bred to Lancaster Lad. Will nlio sell n number of gilts ready for fall breeding. To those not familiar with Hampshire hogs, we quote from the Breeders Gaxette. one of the leading farm papers. "Without most prolific breed in the world question the Hampshire when it comes to the number of pigs actually raised." The writer visited the Drcamwold Farm of I'coria, III., on Jnnuary 25th.. and found ! Fall gilt with n total of 10G pigs less than One litter ranged from one to 15 minutes of 'J J hours old. age yet the twelve youngsters were fighting for supremacy measuring their strength to see which one should have possession of the front udder. mortage The Hampshire has proven himself to be a lifter, his prolific- - 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, cither to packer or breeder, is his perfectly good health. From 1905 to the closing of the season of 1920, the Hampshire hog Iwatcr e has almost a perfect killing nhrct 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 diseases, while in the Hampshire exhibits at the Chicago International for If! year, there ha, been less titan one hog to the one hundred held for further inspection or having any part of his carcass condemned. For tin past four year, wditr record, have been kept there hat been If,, than two per cent of Hampthire, held by Government Intnectora on account of diteate, of any kind, while the remainder of th hof, had 17 per cant run off on lha tide track for further In, paction. For three years in succession the Hampshire hove won the Grand Championship over all breeds in car lots. The packers have paid for these car lots from 12.25 to $0.10 per hundred pounds more than they were willing to pay for other hogs the same day. In the 1920 International the Hampshire hogs drcssl 1 1 pounds of meet per head more than their nearest competitors of the same weight. In the 1920 International also there was n car of tlig Type Poland Chinas showmj; un(er -- 00 pounds per head, there was a oar of big type Duroe Jerseys showing under 260 pounds per head. Both of these big type were March rugs, while the Hampshires were April pig and were compelled to show in the heavy weight rlsis actually weighing 2HS pounds per head. These fact and figures were so noticahle that Mr Heller, of the Breeder Gazette Kdltorial SUIT went to the heme of J. M. Ballard, of Marion, Indinnla, whore the Champion ear load was raised and gave a full page of editorial on "How the Hampshires are doing it ami Why." Livestock men are rapidly Iwroming the best rtiuentcil ami thinking men of our country. They are selecting the animal that actually benefit their bank account. This wile will be conducted Just one mile from 1 Jilietrr, at the Crescent Hill stork farm. It will pay you to go leek over this fine bunch of Hampshire sows and gilts and make cr your selections. On sale day we will give away absolutely free one choice gilt to the lucky one holding; the drawing card that day. Attend I ) i a sale. Iluy a bred gilt for your boy and he will thuw you how to make money with pure bred ,tock that will pay you belter than tobacco at any price. Alt stock told It immune from cholera. Don't forget the date, Saturday, March J2lli. at 10 o'clock. Hasclden & Aldridge, Proprietors. Crescent Hill Stock Farm WOLF TRAIL home of Mr and Mrs. Fred Howard on the Ifith. of February. Mrs. Abe Burton spot the vck .Mr and Mrs. W. T. Mobcrley en end in Madison. itcrtained Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Wil I Mr. John Dailey is suffering from bert Dailey and son, Mr. and Mrs an affected jaw bone. Carl Mobcrley and daughter, Mr and Mr. Klmer Ray spent one night last Mrs. Hugh Moberley and daughter. week with Mr. itobcrt Davis. Mr. I'hill House spent part of lost MT. HEBRON week with Mr. and Mr. Abe Burton. Bryants-villMr. Jesse Sherrow, of Miss Mose Kay spent one night moved to Mr. Duncan's farm recently with Mr. and Mr. Koyston at Lock 8. Kay. Mr. Wm. Onstott bought of Mr. Mr. Clyde Matthews was a. visitor of Masters Joe and Itolan Hay Satur Louis Murphy, of Islington, a cow,' price $80.00. day. Miss Kmma Holtxclaw was called Mr. and Mrs. Allen Teatcr and of her Mr. F.lbert Teatcr were in Lexington to Stanford by the death grandmother, Mrs. Holtxclaw. , recently. 43 par cent Cotton Seed Meal. Misses Tinclue and F.bble Gelleam Iludton and farnau. were visitors of Mrs. Bob I'ollard Friday night. Prof. Brown was in Lancaster on Mrs. Harve McCulley were the! business one day last wevk. He was pleasant guest of Mrs. Jasper accompanied by Mr. Wilbcrt C. e, ( Lancaster, Kentucky. Culls as Weather Forecasters. Thow who lite hjr the const On not want n hettrr u rather sign than the gulls, which In the varlom wind, that will tirii.tr Hocks receiving congratulations over .arrival of a little daughter. Mr. Will Boner. Miss Theessa Woods, of Asbury Mrs. J. 11. KdwaVd is on the sick College, Wilmore, spent a few days the past week with her parents, Mr. list. Mr. Noah Marsee, Jr., was in Lex- and Mrs. R. D. Woods. Mr. George Harris Broadus has reington Monday on business. HI., after a Miss Madge Isaac spent the week- turned to Decatur, month's stay with his parents, Mr. end with friends in Danville. Miss Helen Kay is visiting her par and Mrs. W. J. Broadui. .Mrs. U. .1. .Moreiamt and son, ents, Mr. and Mrs. Hay, in Buckeye. George James Bourbon, Misses Zillah Dawes Messrs. H. II. Hulcomb, Halcomb were in in Lancaster and Mary Belle llroadus attended court Danville shopping Thursday. Mondayi Mrs. It. I'. Brown entertained at Mrs. J. Hogan 'Ballard spent last dinner Inst Tuesday the following week as the guest of Sriends guests: Mr. and Mrs. C C. Becker Louisville. nnd Mr. Brown, of Stanford. Dr. And Mrs. II. C. Koss nnd son.j James Lear spent a few days lasti Mrs. Jessie Gulley and children, Woolfolk and Margaret, spent wv-erweek In Lexington. days last week with her parMiss Martha Curtis has returned: Jays stay with' ents, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Hcndren, in home after several I Danville. relatives in Richmond. Mr. and Mrs. Sid Poore and famiMrs. W. K. Davis nnd son. N'ewtnn.' spent several days last week with ly, of Wilmore, Mr. Logan Christo- phor, of Somerset, Mr. and .Mrs, W. friends in Xlchotysville. Little Miss Itoxie Fav Mullins. of A. Dickerson, Miss Katie Barnes Lexington, i the guest of her grand- Diekerson, Mr. and Mrs. Letcher and children, were famI Christopher mother, Mrs. Nan Mullins. ily guests of Squire Logan Ison last Mr. and Mrs. W .T. Arnold are Sunday. , al BRYANTSV1LLE Quaint Form of Oath. Reginald Farrnnt. who has been appointed stlpenttary of Douglas anil Castletown. Isle of Man. was recently worn In IN Quaint form which has' prevailed In the Inland for centuries. Ho swore t itn Jtntlre between rartjr nit party "as Indifferently as the her--, ring's backbone doth lie In the midst I t the fish." the rain, collect In big high over the Innd. wheeling ami screaming They will not come In on n falte alarm, and none need fear they will male a mistake. um-ntll- and em dry In the fields or circle FEED AND HITCH the Clover and timothy ,eed exchanged for corn at the market price. Rev. Thompson preaehed at the Iludton and Farnau. church Inst Sunday morning and eveMessrs. W. K. Dawes und II. II. ning. Halcomb, were in NIcholasvillo last Mis Snllle Lou Myers, of Iincas-te-r Thursday and attended the Hemphill has returned nftr a visit to the ale. Misses Reysten. Miss Bessie Gulley has roturnvH Cremo Dairy Feed will make your homo after a pleasant viwit with her aaw give mare milk. uunt, Mrs. Jcnnlu Murphy, in LexingHudson and Farnau. ton. The Udlos' Working Society will Messrs. ,S T. Grow, H. C. Ruble. meet with Mrs. L'dinond Sutton next Charlie Dean and Lee Grow were in Thursday at 2 IV M. Lexington Friday for thoir tobacco' Rev. Thompson, of Georjetown. sale. will deliver two sermons, morning Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Becker cntor-talne'- d and evening, next Sunduy. at dinner Sunday Rev. and Mr. Gordon Doty and sister, Miss Mrs. Lane, Mrs Geo. Conunt, of Stella, cmno very near getting lost In n snow drift en their way to the Mrs It. I'. Brown and little daugh- candy sle hut Tuesday evening. ter spent several days lust week with The church is indebted to Mr. A. J. her mother, Mrs. Cochran, in Kiev, who lunt his valuable assist-unc- o in getting the light plaut to Mist Mattie Coulter, who was operate, which lutd been out of or operated on at the Danville hospital, der for some time. has returned home and is getting The candy salo which was offered along nicely. at the parsonagv recently was consul The cold Mr. and Mrs. J ,D. Christopher en red fairly successful. tertained at dinner Sunday Mr. and night and big snow drifts no doubt Mrs. A U, Swopo and children and hindered many from coming. Wit-mor- e. Lan-caste- r. MAKKSBUIIY Matthews Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Klljah McMitllan and son. spent the day Sunday with. Mr. and Mrs. Mose Bay. Mr. Harrikon Lilian! Dailey spent a delightful day with Master Holmutt J. McMlllian Friday. Mia Bert Dailey and Mutter Hur- rison Dailey visited Miss Thelmu nnd Weldcn Simpson recently. Mr. Tom Price and bride were Sunday guests of Mr. ami Mrs. Juiilcs 'Land and Mrs. City Price. Mr. and Mrs. Homer Bay and Mr. Elbert Teater were giu'sbt of Mr. Powell Dailey and family Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Klljah McMlllian and son made a recent visit with Mr. near and Mrs. Phill McMlllian, Danville. Obalitk Flour It first patent flour of the hlsjhett quality. Try a sack today. Wa deliver in town. iludton and Farnau. Mr. and Mr, F.lljah McMilllan and son, Mr. George Gilleam and daughter were In Lancaster Saturday to attend the burial of Mr. Harry D. Folger. Mr. jind MrsJoe Hay anil Mr. Ililllu Fain attended sthefum-ru- j of Mrs. MoRIe Fain on the 15th. of Feb. The burial took place in the Montgomery. Mr. Joe Duncan and family and father, Mr. B, A. Duncan, moved Saturday to the fnrm of Mr. J. B. Leave!!, near Bryantaville. Mrs. J. It. Duncan und two little daughter were with her mother, Mrs Bettie Montgomery' nur Ilrjantivillc the Utter part of last week. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Dean, Mr. and Mrs Irvln Dcanynnd Mr. J. I. Craw-fon- l attended! the Bible Institute at Burgin Saturday and were witli Mr. and Mrs. Sam Duncan. Mr. nnd Mrs Kugcne Clark and little daughter, GladyV Stove, of Boyle and Mr. and Mrs. Jus. Hamilton, of Lancaster, were guests of Mr. und Mrs. F. W. Montgomery Sunday. DOOLIN. After a short lllnuM of pneumonia, Mrs. Kthyl Kason Doolin departed STABLE wish to announce to my friends and customers that" have just opened a modern I I VETERINARY HOSPITAL WITH HITCH AND FEED CONNECTED, where I STABLE am prepared, to care for nil hitches or canfurnish hay or feed if desired. My veterinary office and hospital is located in Lexington cemetery. Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Mobcrley were in Madison last week to see their litwhich arrived at the tle grand-son this life Monday morning, Feb. 21t., at her home near Bourne. She was the wife of Mr, Jno. Doolin and with the husband leaves three small children, the youngest being three years of age. She also leaves a father and mother, Mr. and Mrs. Jus. Kason, one sister and two brothers, of Indlania and one brother, Mr. Harry F.ason of this place. Her host of friends deeply sympathize with the bereaved ones. She united with the Baptist church at thts place early in life. Funeral services were conducted at the church Tuesday afternoon by Rev. B. A. Dawes, of Bryanlsvlllc. the same building, which can be found on Buford street, opposite Conn Brothers shop. Phone 317. Dr. Printus Walker LANCASTER, KY. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Mch 3, 92 I 1 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 OFFER YOUR OW GRADES OR DAMAGED TOBACCOS. THERE IS NO MARKET FOR IT. PLANTERS GROWERS Incorporated JAKE GRAW, Starter. STANFORD STREET, W. A. SPEITH, Manager. LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. JOE KELLEY Floor Manager. 1 E E Minnie Kelson "Ilctz, are chick-fen- s Clean atChi large enough to cs.it when they arc Th Ma Jam's Male It Pigs. three weeka old?" stHSMlaMMMfrf 1 (Delayed.) Heti "Of course not." av snmut aaa Clean quarters that are sulTicient' tCBKOIUMO. Hester started buck to school Minnie Nelson "Well how do ly warm is the first essential to con Positively eradicates We arc glad ho has ro-- I tfcoy live then?" dandruff rorract Wll sMer in preparing for the arrival of hai- rsTaa nitMof aealtw auoa falunc nmra, was n colli ilajr ami the uncle remon- covered from mum. tilr- - to attpxrt It In an Upright Pl-tlong promote lunnant trowtu aodt .Mr. Gilbert him to ko nut ami "You will see how spring pig on the farm, accord. tMuty. hMlth action Immediate aad of tin "talk l strated. The upper absent from Luther Catos wa to Prof. K. J. Wilford, of the Animal CovUUe. certain. Voarr-IUf- k brine him In. "Oh. hint's nil rtKht." i school flattened, an.!. I elnj at richt ancle MM IH At aeaasMa M brtan, lot Tuosday Ml.s Westovcr the medullary ray of thi apple twig Husbandry Dejiartment of the State . nl'arly liable In replied Tommy, "lie III have to set a.a.raw, aawpia. with the leaf. I comes In pairs.' urn hurt. Baaaaa CUy.ssa, UKXT TKOI CO, tm iauil by the falntt'.t Urealli of used to It or lie won't get Ills twenty i 1 thought It tame College of Agriculture. lleulah "Why cents a wk." The following were absent from After all! refuse and trash have air. in apples." school Monday: (snowed under) been removed from the pen it ought ' Limla Jennings, I.cttie Jcnnlng, Jm to be dlsinfecUl with a sprinkling of of the thir week she is on full feed. Name, Of Cart! slackd lime or if the wenthw is suf-- ' A enked adder may result if the io Mho llnmmnck and Helen Hoyle. Name a car that goos over the fleiently warm with oreosotc dip animal is fed too heavily Immediate"Smile The While" country. (Overland.) which may be made by placing ly after farrowing, according to Prof. .Mr. Gilbert "Have you nil that Name n large river. (Hudson.) in water in sufficient quant- Wilford. Four per cent of the live Kraft on the price of potatoes yet?" i What car is the name of a planet? ities to make a milky-whit- e solution.' weight of the sow is usually considAndrew "No, we have it on (Moon.) As soon as the pen 1ms been proper- ered u full feed but this may vary j corn. Who wrote Poor Hichard's Almn-:nnc- ? ly cleaned and disinfected the tow with the Individual animal, (Franklin.) which is about to farrow should be hn .ol n$ooff Ike "Ivn, how is the plural of j What Is the birgt part of n newsplaced in it in order to give her an Tnu" formed?" paper? (Paige) opportunity to become acquainted ' I think." Ivn "Hy adding Wknl U tht nliliMt ear in tk (t.un. with the quarters nnd the herdsman try? (OldsmebUe.) Since 75 per cent of the fetus is Joe "I.tmai, you are too kuy to What car U the name ef a color? detelopcd during the lat month of ' eat" (Whito.) the pariotl of pregnancy it is esn-ti"People who Mve In atam Loui What wuhl you do if some one that the sow receive plenty of house xIibuWh'I throw stoate." triod to strike you? (Dodge.) feed that is rich in protein. It is important, however, that this feed N'olmm. Mr. Long "Minnie should not be one that will tend to' '"we mu" in Uie perfect tense?" fatten the animal A ration that' "I was hardly able to drag, I .Minnie N'tJmn "If we saw clear-'lwas so weakened," writes Mrs. hut been fed with good results at the I suppose it would be perfect." W. F. Kay, of Easlcy, S. C. I State Cottage of Agriculture Is made ' 1 Mr. Lowe up of 30 pounds of ground outs, 30 "The doctor treated me forabout Uvnk you ' lutumU yf miilillinL-- i or shin .tulf. MCI two months, sflll 1 didn't Ret on the lntal-- ' mutt be taking i I any better. I liad a larcc fampound of com and 10 pounds of inent plan." tHHsSBIHIk9oh9s1 ily and felt I surely must do tankage. Mr. Imhk Bdim, what doe "Fel-- , Another ration that has' something to enable nic to take low with n capital "P" mean?" ben found satisfactory is composed care ot my little ones. I had No "rust," "wild lire" or any other disease on of HO pounds of middlings, 10 poun ts ' Herbert "Morris" MwwwawafaakwaaaBMaawaMM licaxd ot of corn and 10 itoumU of tankage, our farms this or any other year, anil we maintain no ihh TTHERE It no uic t,:!iin Mr. Long .the Knglfk teacher, X can work 01 pla when thry are not Good results may be obtained by our usual hitfh standard for our seed. Underwood always hat feclin said, "Mi cll and ttron. Lilr, wiibr.-- l feeding the sow a bran or middlings ' Rounding ail, just ask any 'good lesson except (in Momlny and health and ifrrnfith, it a mere p. lnli.1, No need of any hitfh math the nii;hi before ahe Is due to Thursday." Mr. Jew oil Wallace is plraiiirclot riixence. of the thousands of jjrowers about "Kclley Seed." farrow, according to Prof. Wilford. J One of the mt Important comlilloni safeguarded by eopyrik'hted Kvury packae trying to discover the cause. if tixni,n4hrallh it to ! cp ibo kldnryt This servcts as cooling feed. r,k or dtttnirJ, r1l trademark, and none Kenuine unless in pnekaue Kiivr eim.l Warm quarter are essential for A good remedy for a bad tooth-ach- e Itnr tin not Wit ot.1 U lh. M.viJ itf lMpri bearinjr our copyrighted siKimturo. Price $'2.00 per tku ttuMikl ! t moiirJ ( n h num. the newly born pigs since a large Place cold water in the tooth Wrm ibf xlmrviiiif iraii, itblouJ uttut The Woman's Tonic R ounce. ' $28.00 pur pound. U eMmtJ tn4 p.ia tni wfti i 4 retail number of them are liable to die if and sit on the stove until it boils. born in quarters that are cold. "I decided to try It," con- - X Tag "Pig, I have Just finished n During the farrowing time if the sow tlnues Airs. Kay "I look book with the best ending." it resile the pigs may be removed eight bottles in all I re- - V ! U h! tre Peg "What was its name?" Nfr 1 kt t lsitiUtW nJtttfl and as soon as the mother is quited off KaincJ my slrcntli and lave fK Tag "Caesar down returned to the pen. had no more trouble with wo. t KVMfcf, fhoiSWltC psla. tlitf Of t'tUWi4 For -- i hours after the farrowing manly weakness. I have ten 2 Mr. Gilbert "You nil, of course, UJttey UsshW. U tho tow should not be fed in order children and am able to do all V. J know that plants need moisture and HriliUtrd la U. H. I'aLMI Offlf t. V K. ftfi WMhlmtao Si KobUt- that she may recover from her tick-nemy housework and a lot out- - T motifci InJ . vilici "After mdcrui m sunshine to grow." Uli IUmv Address all orders to She riiould have plenty of doors can sure recom- wouldn't rvwfJt lrtrHtW.l I thrr kfi tticJihr of Herbert "Well why Kiilt Ik mo. rat(haffi wuter and if the weather is cold this mend Cardul." I itr KUiry Ihlli sr.Jio.vk tktm Ibrr M "moonshine" do Just ai well?" ta! dJ m taot inoj tta uv wWrliJarr should be warmed. bul imfdm I crc Mt Other Ibry pcHtttvctr Take Cardul today, it nay nQhit si lUi taiib tUoiiUr ictt m Mr. Long "Iva, don't put your fm . t' 't !kJit yJ After 21 hour sho may be given j v be just what yoit need. m (foot on the stove, you might burn a light feed from the ration fed her At all druggists. m STORM ES DRUG STORE heel.'' before farrowing. Tho amount fed the rubber Laicaiter, Kentucky. Firtt Thought In Drugt E.B M can be gradually increased until at Ivn "I don't care as long as I KY. LiVNCASTEIt, the epd of the second or beginning don't burn my soul." I Earning HI Money. Takt and Truth About th, Aspen. j TiMnmr has n little friend who acts M to qulter beHi aspen leaf I cause tlx m of the crucifixion was aa rhaiifTeur ulii-- thev co fur a ride The fact M tint J In hi toy ear. One dajr Tommy went math! nf till the Iraf I hivad, ami larel mi a lont Into hlit uncle' home to jrtt vrnnn. so flexible a scarcely to ta IraTltic Kill jr on the. air l aa usual. It t'AINT LICK HIGH NOTLS. SCHOOL I o. Warm Quarters Essential For Lucky Tiger Iraf-stoc- k iltctz n. Irt iH ii i te Old Reliable j i KELLEYS BY TEST" ul A Tonic Improved Burley TOSAGCO SEED. For Women t t t i y, X Banish Pain CARDUI t ...... to' l ... B. L. Kelley & Sons IT iJ. p The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky Thursday Mch 3, 92 1 1 NEW SPRING GOODS MEN, YOUNG MEN AND BOYS FOR ADLERS "COLLEGION" I S I I I I 4 ( ( I SUITS CTJ BIO RGDU6TI0N in prices over last Season. I I I I I I J for Men and Young Men. New cuts in Single and Double Breasted. Numbers entirely new for spring. . ARROW SHIRTS in new patterns and styles. in 1 "CURLEES" FAMOUS CLOTHES in I I latest Fabrics and Models for Spring New Junior Numbers to fit large Suits that, a year ago sold at $50.00 to $60.00 may be had now at 1921. Hoys. $35 to $37.50 CTJ KNITTED TIES new Spring shapes and colors. Men folks are beginning to show era Pajamas. COOPER & MUNSING UNDERWEAR New Light weight Night Robes and EVERYTHING FOR MEN, YOUNG MEN AND BOYS JLJLII AJXJ I FEEDING Better Than Says their need of wearing apparel, evidenced by their early buying. Call now and select yours while the pick is good. Don't get in late. Famous (1121 Serge again in stock. FLORSHEIM SHOES NUNN AND BUSH SHOES ARNOLD'S KING QUALITY SHpES WEBER BROS. SHOES. An invincible quartette of Famous Brands of Shoes for Men and Boys. See our new Kids in dark tan. D U II Ailments. TTC! JLJlUD, LANCASTER KENTUCKY. "I "Will get 0 I of Mr, Ernst. Mr. Ernst CHINA Hcrt may act together, in A dispatch from Washington an-- n which event the combination should Building but a Senator, who ounces that a conference l soon to be be held in that city for the purpose is always on the ground, is more inMissionary of raching an "agreement" concern-in- fluential than a national committee- - Navy will, hnw.i-phi the disposition of federal patron- j itum.' Mr. ' ' Parent earning their starving age in Kentucky. Among the con- , permitted to name the postmaster in Snator-elec- t Louisville, and Messrs. tangly anil children from door to door pleading ferees we find the names of Kcpresentativcs Robinson will have the say on the with someone to adopt them; thous It. P. Krnst, Langley, Ogdcn Kobsion and jvostmasterships in their districts, anil ands of bodies of children and aged ami Mr. Hcrt, the Kcpublicnn nationnl each will doubtless be permitted to I persons lining the roadsides, the vic committeeman. Governor Morrow's t rcommend a man for one of the bet tim of famine and unanswered name is not mentioned as one invited ter paying offices. Mr. Ernst will cries for food; this is the picture deV. to the conference, but we doubt if be the arbitrator, and will speak the scribed by the Itev. William minister now in Stout, Louisville the Governor overlook the oppor- rlnal word. tunity to take another trip, and, It is a pity that all this matter of China, in a letter received yesterday should he appear at Washington, he Federal patronage cannot be thresh- by the Kev. Dr. K. V. Mullins, who will, no doubt, be admitted to the ed out and settled at once. Hut is chairman of the China Famine session. it cannot. The press wires from Fund in Kentucky. Mr. Stout formerly occupied var It is not to be doubted that this Washington will be laden for weeks question of Federal patronages will with discussion of the chances of the ious Louisville and Kentucky pulpits. His letter In part follows: absorb the greater part of the time various candidates for Federal olTice. "As many persons as were killed of the prominent Kentucky Republi- To Democrats a consoling thought cans. We regret that this is true. should be that the knowledge that, n the World War now are in imMen So far as Louisville Is concerned, we after the Federal patronage is given minent danger of starvation. would prefer that our Senator and out, the Republican party will stand and women are roaming the country Representatives, and even the com- vastly weakened in this State. For like gaunt, wild eyed wolves. Chil mitteeman, Mr. Hcrt, should con- there will be three men disappointed dren, some naked and others hulf cern themselves about such matters for each man that gets a place. naked, swarm like starving rats about the place where they hope os the development of Camp Knox, Louisville Tost. some bits of food may be dropped. or the future of Camp Taylor, but wc need not hope that such matters The lecture platform is due for an- Thousands fall and die by the road as those will be permitted to break other heavy strain upon it timbers sides, unburled because the survivors up a conference ovr Federal patron- after March 4. The cutomary num- lack the strength to dig graves. "Whole families are committing age. Wc may begin with the under- ber of senators and congressmen will suicide to escape the agonies of star standing that the deciding voice will! be open for enticing propositions. vation when all hope of aid has been given up. Children are being sold In desperate hop that their lives may be preserved until the next harvest. "Not only is there a lack of food, but the straw ami the stalks of the grain which is commonly used for fuel is no longer obtainable. Their clothing has been sold for almost nothing to vulture-lik- e mcrcUnts AND from other parts of China. Added and to the horrors of starvation freezing, there are .the diseases that always come with famine. The mint horrible nightmare could not be worse than the every day scenes wc encounter. "I have seen a mother or father, weakened by disease find almost Can only be made from the best grade of flour, dying, carrying An emaciated child trying to have it adopted or give.lt that means you must buy away to save its life. "Wc misaionurie.1 have heard erie for broad, eric that can never be forgotten. However, until this famine, wc wore generally always able to do something to alleviate the distress. "China is looking to America for help. If we fall her, all hope is lost. The simple confidence of the average Chinese in the people of America and American ideals is touching. This friendship will do more to keep the peace of the world und avert ra crisis in the Far Kast than the greatest navy we can build. Now This flour Is made from the best wheat that that friendship i being put to test. Hut China knows wc are rich In Garrard county can produce. foodstuff. She knows there are probably millions of bushels of crops rotting In the fields. "Kven from the standpoint of giving us National security In the future, the amount of money America gives for the starving people of other nations will mean more than 100 times that amount spent jn building up big armies and navies." Contributions arc coming in from all purts of Kentucky to Josei& Incorporated Hurge, Treasurer, Hoard of Trade lildg., Louisville, which will be nc ChrKe Zuhc, Sec'ljr. Pres. GeKit. Spuare, kiiowledgid through the columns of each County Newspaper in the State. g Oi-ilr ; be Dividing Up The Spoil. laid that Mr. PROPER BROODING LOCKED IN STEEL VAULT Checks Common Chick I'roper brooding and care of chicks the incubator are two of the most important factors in controlling white diarrhea and such common ailments us "gaps" in the young birds, according to A. S. Chap-in- , poultry extension specialist from the State College of Agriculture. To begin with the brooder house should be located on clean ground to prevent "gaps" since this trouble comes from allowing the chicks to run on ground which has been infected with previous broods. The house should also be located for convenience with reference to feding cleaning, shade and handling of the chicks, llefore the newly hatched chicks are placed In the brooder it is important to spray it with some good commercial disinfectant, according to. after they leave City "Treasurer, Phila- delphia Saves His Wilson Wil Not , Write History. Life Through The Washington, President" Wilson, Knowledge Of in an address recently to a delega- am locked in " ou help," came the ianwerfrm lloekuald, who lmmedi-- i ntrly telephoned for a man who knew the combination f the vault. Telegraphy. Philadelphia, Locked fer nearly sealed six hours in a hermetically concrete and steel vault in the city tion from Wnodrow Wilson Club, of Good Bread Good Pastry recently, a knowledge of the Mom telegraph code protutbly saved the life of Arthur Hrenner, assistant city treasurer, A mouse, locked in at the same time, failed to survive, and when Hrenner was rescued Its body was found. Hrenner entered the vault, a room IS fret s)unre and 20 feet high, (ire minutes before closing time FebruMr. Chapin. ary 22nd, hunting for a warrant. Dry sand should be placed on the1 While he was there the big doors floor of the house to the depth of' swung shut, lie shouted for help s about of an inch tot without attracting notice. take up the moisture of the droppings! The lights went out automatically and provide grit for the chicks. A ! as the doors shut. Hrenner was on onsrsoe Greetings. chatf covering of alfalfa or straw a balcony in the rear, lie frit his Just a mere passport Issued ty a makes a good scratch litter. Two way downstairs, pulled open every New Haven Justice or three days before the Incubator drawer and piled the books on the the government la and approved by 1S07 bears the hatches the heater in the brooder floor to get the maximum amount of following mass of wonts: Most Serene. house may be started in order to air possible, and then slept for a Serene, most Puissant, Puissant, High, insure that the house will be warm while, with his fare as near the bot- Illustrious, Noble, Honors). Ir. Venerenough for the youngsters. Care tom of the door as possible, on the able wl and prudent, Ivmls, Klnc. Itcpuhllcs, Prince. should also be taken to see that they assumption that a slight amount of are not chile-- in transferring them air might get through at that point. Dulrs, Hails, llarmis. Lords, Iturgi from the incubator to the brooder When he awoke his hand came in mastrrs. Jrhepcns, Counsellors, as slso Judges, Officers, Justiciaries and house. Proper temperature of the contact with a wooden slat, and re- ItegrMs of all the gnoil cities and house at all times is essential since membering that Charles. Ilockwld, a places, whither Kcrlrslaatlcal or Sew overheating or chilling of the chicks night watchman, also could tele ilsr, who shall sn them patents, or I leads to diarrhea. The house must graph, he pounded out in Morse bear them read." be warm enough to prevent dampness since the chicks are lleble to contract intestinal infection by picking up damp and musty straw, according to treasurer's etfice three-fourth- Harvard University, whom he received at the White House, declared he weuld bend hi to the last in supporting the cause of world peace To the group of six Harvard whom he received In the company of Mrs. Wilson in his study, the President said that he would leave to historians the tsk of interpreting the events of the Pans peace conference Declaring that If lie ever devoted himself again to writing ,lt would be along Impersonal lines, the President said he most preferred to spend the remainder of his dayt in advanc Ing the cause of world peace and to that rnd he would give hit whole strength and time. s, d l Mr. Chapin. WhiteSwan Flour HUM people should buy flour made from (wheat. For 18 hours after they are hatched the chicks jthould be kept warm and not given any food. After .this length of time they may be given buttermilk or seur skim milk which makes an excellent first feed, according to the specialist. In all ca of disorder In the young chick V the Infected ones should bo placed by thcmsvlv and in bad cases destroyed. "(Japs" may bo cured by placing the chicks in a box with a cloth covering and rubbing lime dust through the cloth. The cure is alTected by the chicks breathing the lime dust. Iluttermllk or sour milk Is a good remedy for the diarrhea. Precautions Issued by Mr. Chapin on the care of the brooder statu that It should be cleaned of ten, thu stove or lamp carefully watched and in thu case of the lamp, the wick trimmed every day. The brooding process may be improved by providing a small run-wafor the chicks to use after they have become old enough y COMING Friday Night, Mch 4th at 8:00 p.'ni. School Auditorium FINE ARTS COMPANY PLENTY OF GOOD MUSIC and the weather permits. Orjptshot and CanltUr. Gravjibot wss a bunch of psllets about the slio of grapes, held together In a canvas bag, or by an Iron .pin and a series of Iron plates hole tn which the shot rested. Canister consisted of a number of cast Iron balls, a half to one inch la (Hamster, which. were contalntd in one shell, liotb wertj used la the Civil con-talnt- . Lancaster Flour Mills t Come and enjoy' this evening in your school. A varied program that will please, a 1. Remcm ber the date. FRIDAY NIGHT, war. . MARCH 4