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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): March 10, 1921 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1921 cen1921031001_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 10, 1921 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1921 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. THE CENTRAL RECORD. THIRTY FIRST VKAR LANCASTER. KY.. THURSDAY AFTERNOON, MARCH 10. 1921. NUMIIlt SO. 4) BENJAMIN F. 'INSPECTOR HIGHER AND DEATH CLOSES CITY DELIVERY HUDSON COLEtyAN HIGHER Life Of Good Woman May Be Had In LancasMeets Tragic Death Says Postmaster E. P. Huge Averages Made After an (tines of ten days, ter If The Patrons At Garrard Tobac- having suffered n stroke of paralysis, Miss SaIHp Tlllet, pawil awny nt her Brown Has Ideal On His Farm. home ,n Hill Court last Thursday Desire It. Office. morning about eleven o'clock. Ap co Warehouse Community Shocked. propriate services were held nt the When Post Offlee Inspector ClarThe entire community was shock- grieved nt ed nnd immeasurably noon Wednesday wnen ll was learned that Mr. II. F. Hudson's lifeless body had bean found In a water tank on hi fnrm on the Dnnville pike, nenr town. Mr. Hudson left his home about H o'clock Wednesday morning on horseback, presumably to look after some matter on a distant part of the place, as wns n frequent custon with him. However, when he had not returned up to the noon hour, tho family grew somewhat uneasy about him and Mr. Shirley Hudson, his son, returning from his own farm about that time was told of his father's absence, and nt once instituted a search at it barn about a half mile from the home. He found his father's horse hitched, and his umbrella "was found hanging on the ladder which Irad to the top of n sixteen foot concrete water tank, nnd upon further search Mr. Hudson's lifeless body was omul in the tank f feet of in ubout three and water. Mr. Hudson had evidently climbed to thv top of the tank to examine as to its condition, which he frequently did, and In peering Into the tank lost his balance and His death Was due to the fell. severe chill and exposure. Indications were that he had endeavored to get out, but wns unable to scale the smooth walls; nor was he able to summon nssistanre as the bam and tank are remote from any one-hal- Post Office Inspector, Clarence Colemun was in the city n few days INAUGURATION Harding And Coolldge Take Oath Last Friday. formal CvramonUi Mark Installation Of Grrat Evtnt. exnmine thoroughly every iletatl of our local Post Office and when he had completed, told Post master Drown, that he had found It one of the very best offices it had ever been his pleasure to inspect. Naturally this was very gratify Ing to Mr. Drown and his friends too an equally pleased to have his olficc complimented by one so com petent to Judgo as Inspector Cole mnn. The olTice wns given a clean of record with not a suggestion criticism which speaks well for the postmaster, ns well ns his corp of as slstnnU. ,,, ThisWeek. OPEN UNTIL APRIL 1st. Tobacco prices nt the Garrard Tobacco WnrehoUM: have taken a decided jump within the pnst week, many averages running ns high m some of the highest made during th season a year ago. We arc Inform ed that the sules will continuu at this house until April 1st. and patrons are urged to rush their to bacco on the market at once whil the price is at Its highest, as th sales during the past week show conclusively they ure higher than ever biifore during the present season. Warren Gamaliel Harding wns In augurated President of the United Friday with ceremonies sa State Directors. simple a thos historians describvi. A suit of unusual Interest to some at the induction of George Wash of our local people, which has been Incton more than a century ago Immediately after the oath was pending in the U. S. Courts, will be pleated to note that the suit was administered by Chief Justice White, dlsmiaaed, requiring the directors to Hnrding turned to the vast crowd stretched across Capitol Place anil turn into the company the sum of $40,0(10. A special from Frankfort began delivery of his Inaugural nd rends: dress. He pledged his faith anew to Judge A. M. J. Cechron, United American institutions, reiterated hi plea for n return to "normalcy," for States District Court, today dis missed the petition of C. C. industrial peace, for friendship with spoke his attain lht world and trustee of the Kentucky Rural Credits Aluocfution, againtt iromisti to work for an association the directors to recover from them of nations to brine about peace and but disarmament "approximate" $10,000 paid out by them in the counted his renewed declarations house. transaction of business, and $201,-00- 0 paid by Van Laningham for with a fresh pronouncement against Horn in Garrard county seventy "entangling alliances." three years ago, Mr. Hudson has .oiling stock. Immediately after his address, the spent his entire life here ,and fo The claim for $40,000 was based new President and his party enter the past half century been on the allegation that the company has ed motor cars and proceeded to the actively Identified with the business could not transact busincs with White House, escorted by cavalry interests of the town and county others than its stockholders, troop which had brought them to Horn on a farm, he had a natural r0 per cent of the capital the Capitol. farming, and notwith stock wa not paid in; but this was Inauguration day dawned with bent for standing other Interests, owned and a Delaware corporation, and Judge bright weather, but a blunt, cold managed a farm up to the time of Cochran held that the Kentucky wind. During the forenoon his death. March law does not forbid a foreign thousands of visitors arid home folks doing business before GO graduated at Ken HAJRDING Mr. Hudson avenue, on Pennsylvania massed University, and after leaving per rent of Its stock is subscribed turky Young To even though there was nothing In school taught in both (.anraster and and paid for. Seen About t Kentucky the way of a civil or military pro Danville. He has beon connected He Says. cession which marked inaugurations with the Citizens National Dank of of other days. this place since its organization Frankfort, Ky March 7, Henley Garrard county democrats have As the automobiles bearing Wll being one of the original directors Mr. Christine Bradley South End endorsed Joseph ftlobinson, of Lan Dastin, Lancaster, on and Harding and members of and was Cashier of that institution caster, for the democratic nomina superintendent of the State Rcfor tertained By President their parties appeared, the crowd until 1911 when he was elected And Mrs. Harding. cheerd. There were murmurs of president, which position he held un tion for State Senator In this dis- matory, will assume charge March sympathy for Wilson a he entered til his death. Never an office seek trict. Senator Jay W. Harlan has 15th. He is spending this week Moycr, Washington, March 7, Senator the Capitol and took the elevator er, he never sought political pre- already announced definitely that here with Superintendent within a short distaifce of the Presi ferment, yet his counsel was invari he will not be n candidate for re acquainting himself with the duties. Richard P. Ernst, Gov. Edwin P. Mr. Bastln resigned from the Morrow and Republican National dent's room. Harding and members ably sought and highly valued election and It is understood that of the Wilson cabinet were already Kver deeply interested in education the democracy of Iloyle county will Republican State Committee last Committeeman A. T. Hcrt, Kentucin room when the President arrived. he was one of the first trustees of endorse the candidacy of Mr. Robin-so- n week and said today that any poli ky, called nt the White House this if he can be induced to run. So ticians who expect him to be sway afternoon nnd talked with PresiHarding shortly afterward left the Graded School, which for the Senate chamber to witness owes to him as much as any far he has not stated whether or not ed by political influence In the dis dent Hnrding. Mr. Ernst said that while some the inauguration of Vice President man, thanks for being the splendid he would be willing to enter the con charge of his duties will be dis patronage matters had been touch To Coolldge, while Wilson signed a bill Institution which it now is, for he test. It seems to be generally con' appointed. "I am too young to court failure,' ed on during the conference, those In the Senate Vice President Mar- was untiring in his elforts to pro ceded that this is the time for Gar A meeting of nil tho retail merin attendance had agreed not to shall assumed a chair faring the mote its welfare. A Christian in rard to furnish the nominee nnd the was his conclsuion. chants of Lancaster Is called to meet matter will doubtless be left up to "I thoroughly understood the discuss them at present. audience. all that the word implies; he was n Mrs. John G. South, Frankfort, at the Court House this evening at address was frequently member of the Christian church the people of that county to select policy of the department and I in Marshall's eight o'clock, to meet Mr. George punctuated with applause especially since his youth nnd for many years their mnn. This I ns It should be tend to be governed entrely by was ono of six women members of T. Holmes, the executive secretary! I have no preconceived the Woman's Executive nnd when the selection is mnde the that policy, Committee when he deplored public men becom and until his death and Kldrr and other counties should not only not theories to try out. I didn't seek of the Republican National Com of the Retail Association of Kenboys." The audience teacher Inir "mero bell of the Men's Dible Class, and by President tucky. This is n very Important arose ami applauded as he finished. active in nil things pertaining to give him opposition but should get appointment. In fact, I was surpris mittee entertained meeting and one that should be of the oath was ndminlstcred church work. Loyal to his state behind him nnd help put him over. ed when I was asked to take the Hnrding nnd Mrs. Harding nt lunch- After Interest to every merchant In the Dnnville Advocate. place. I have had no prison exper- con nt the White House. to Coolldge, the new Vice President and county and patriotic U his city. Remember the hour, eight ience. My experience has been al with a faint tap of the gnvcl called country, he demonstrated his loyalty o'clock tonight. together in buiiness nnd I shall try Announces the new Senate to order and after by u useful life of service, and BOOZE the chaplain had olfered prayer, read when, during the late war, every Having served his constituency to meet conditions as they arise and I find them In a business-lik- e Fined And Held Over. his brief address while the audience man's patriotism was put Remember. faithfully nnd efficiently for Com as to the way." listened intently. monwealth's Attorney nnd having supreme test, Mr. Hudson was Tom Hopper ,who gives his re This office receives daily many Superintendent-elec- t llnstln has At 1:1K o'clock the oath was ad- never found lagging, and was ever received the united endorsement 0f sidence us Winchester, was brought communications from every section ministered to Harding and shortly ready to do nil in his power. He the Democrats of Garrnrd county, uuthority to name his own assistJudge Harris Inst Monday of the county, that bear no signathereafter the ceremonies in the was particularly active In the vari Hon. Kmmett V. Puryear, announces ants, but has not yet mnde a selec before morning, charged with being drunk ture. Wo postlvely will not publish plaza outside began. Harding spoke uu drives for funds, giving not alone In this Issue, his candidncy for an tion. and was fined $2 1.00 which he paid. such letters and Insist that they bo for 37 minutes and finished nmid n to his superior knowledge nhd ex other term. It should be granted He wus turned over to the county signed. The signature may not be New ronr of applause. pericnte, but lending his physical him without opposition and doubt authorities for having in his pos published but we must know the The Lancaster Opera House has session, three pints of "moonshine" aid in seeing that tho country of his less will, for he has served his author. people well without fenr or favor, Just been treated to a new wooden which he claimed to have bought birth might "go over the top." AWARDS Many school children are sending as a citizen ami irlenil, every Ilo Is one of the foremost lawyer of awnfng, which add. very material on tho train. He was nut under In "school notes" but we have de Danville and has many friends In ly to tho appearance uf tho build a $200 bond, which he was unable citizen of Garrard county can tes publish unlcsa O..K.M Elkin $7,400 tify that he was unexcelled. Mr. each of the counties of his district. ing nnd,at the same time gives pro to give and is now in Jail ,to await clined to principal these,some one In by the or That he will have no opposition, we tection from the weather to the the action of the next grand-Jury- . Hudson never nllowrd an opportunuuthority at tho school. crowds that patronize the shows In ity to escape him to further tho in- are free to predict, nnd his Is a compliment well de- nightly. terests of Lancaster or Garrard ' Railway. county, and when some enterprise served, for the service he has ren Berkele. vns suggested, he was ever ready dered tho commonwealth and his The Intcror Journal says: The to lend n willing hand. A long und party. Ucrkele, 81 Mrs. Mary Mulllns aaSBBBBBmkxW.! Jury in the rase of Carlton Klkln honorable career nnd a reputation years old, died at her home in Dry- ' ILBS.BfBzSTBfS'J 9HBLl-ZalsBsZaBBSlssssayV'Shooters. ' untsville last Friday morning, due BassLSaaW1HssssssssssssslaHSPaMaWlal against the Cincinnati, Kew Orleans, for fair denting had won for him H and Texas Pacific Hallway render- the friendship of men In nil walks Four crap shooters were caught to the Infirmities of old age. She ed n verdict of $7,100. Mr. Klkln of life and friendship once estab In tho act, by Chief Dretton last was n relict of the late William it will be remembered ,waa hurt lished with him wns never severed. Sunday in a box car on the L. & N. Derkele who at one time represent when his automobile was struck by Truely it may be said that this track near the tobacco warehouse. ed Garrard county In tho legislature. Hisbssbbbbbbbbbbbbb(P55v3t u passenger train at the crossing community never lost n more valu- They were brought Mrs. Ucrkele had been twice mar before Judge between Hustonville and Moreland. able citizen. Harris last Monday nnd each fined ried, and Is survived by one daugh He wn sgiven $7,000 for his Injuries Mr. Hudson is survived by his $20 and costs, which they paid. ter Mrs. James Hill, of California and $400 damages done his car, wifo, who was Miss Lucy Walker, Miss Kdna and one George Ilarnettc, of Hustonville, by twd daughters, Mrs. Fred V. rey Hudson, of Danville. Derkele of this city but temporar at our Crescent Hill farm on Stanwho was with Mr. Elkin was killed Friable and Mrs. Marshall K. Denny, Funeral services will be held at ily located at Paducah. ford pike, Just one mile from Lanhis administrator had hereto- of Lancaster, and by and two sons, the Christian church tomorrow, Funeral services were conducted Don't forget the big hog sale of fore been given a Judgment of $20, Sherley Hudson also of Lancaster, (Friday) afternoon at two o'clock, Sunday afternoon by her pastor, IIAMI'SIIIRES next Saturday, on caster. We are going to give uway a choice gilt, if you re not there you 000. Mr. Klkln sued for $20,000. and Waller C. Hudson, a civil engi- conducted by Rev. E. D. Bourland. Rev. Holder- of the Pleasant Grove MARCH 12th. at ten o'clock. can't get her. Mr. Klkln was represented by our neer ,who It now located in Ecuador. Interment will follow in the Lan- church, interment following In the Forty-seve- n choice sows, gilts and local attorney, Judge L. L. Walker. He leave one brother, Mr. Humph- - caster cemetery, Lancaster cemstery. boars will be sold for the high dollar HASELDEN AND ALDRIDGE. h, se SUIT DISMISSED Against Rural Credits' A number of nverages have run a high as $40.00 for entire crops Two of the crop sold this week wc give in detail. George Deitz, Wnyncsburg, Ky made the following sales, which in acres of land. eluded his entire crop from 3 la 1'JO pounds f? $18; 105 $17 255 & 140; 2 IB $G0; 310 $ $40; 340 Qp $SC; 370 $C0; 240 (To $70; 100 $80; 30G (ZD $80 2CG C8; 320 g $57 $7!; 320 220 dp $40; tilO $40; 50 (? 45 Total, 4,515 pounds, average $49. SO $2,248.25. irgil Layton, of this county also mnde the following high nvi'r ages: 85 pounds $T $12; 100 13 $1'J; 11G 170, $21; 1C0 $32l 300 dy $40; 20 o $31; 145 (o $IG; 50 $49; 380 $17; 55 $75; 60 $80; 80 $ $74; 30 $70; 225 S $70; 25 $411;; 170 $35; 175 g $33; 70 j? $31) 45 Qi $35; 1C5 $32; 40 $33 80 (tf) $35; 260 $33; 135 $23 Total, 3,330 pounds, avrrag The stnrs have lived a million years $39.20. $1,305.64. A million years nnd a day; Dut God nnd I shall love and live BASTIN MAY FOOL When the stars have passed away. Methodist church Friday afternoon, by her pattor, interment taking place in the Lancaster cemetery. The denth of Miss Snlllc Tlllett is n distinct loss to this community She w.i a woman of pure life nnd high Christian ideals and was never known to do an unworthy net. One notable and characteristic fenture of her usefulness and noble life was the grcnt love and care she constantly bore for five aged women, whom she lived with. Jinny expressions of friendship nnd love cherished for her by her neighbors and those who knew her best have been heard. She was prepared and not afraid to die, her only concern In this respect was for her loved ones left behind. MJsrf Sallie was hern in this county sixty- seven years ago. She is survived by one sister, Mrs. King nnd two broth ers, .Mr. Mnlcom Tillett, of this city and Mr. Joshua Tillett, of Danville, and several nvicc. nnd nephews, Mrs. Foley and Miss Mary Tillett, of Lex ington, Mr. Hugh Tillett nnd Miss Sue Moore, of Dnnville. For many years she had been a stnnch member of the South Methodist church. The devotion of her nephew, Mr. Hugh Tillett, and nclce. Mis Sue Moore, wn. sublimely beautiful and hearts full of sorrow and sympathy for them, who were so fnlthful to their beloved aunt even unto death. Her work was done, nnd well done; her soul goes faring on and has heard the word., softer than falling flukes, sweeter than all music, "Well done, thou good nnd faithful servant; enter into the joy of thy Lord." The stars shine over the earth, The stars shine over the sea; The stars look up to the mighty God, The stars look down on me. For State Senator POLITICIANS. "To Court Failure" newly-appointe- Patronage. ence Coleman was in the city n few ago, he took up thn matter of free city delivery for tho town of Linoattcr and petitions have been circulated since among the various patrons of the office, especially among the privntc residents and in a few days a like petition will be presented to the merchants of the town, that they may express a desire that their mail be delivered by carrier. Inspector Coleman Informed Drown, that two mops of the town would have to be provided and these to be not less than two feet square. These mnps to be drawn to compass, North, South, East and West, to bo shown. These maps must to furnished by the citizens ns the government provides no funds for this work. In order to secure this service, the government requires good side walks, street crossings, street lights, house numbering, ns well as mall receptacles, of all patrons who desire this service. Those living on side streets, or on streets that have no good side walks, cannot enjoy this privilege. Another thing required by the government is, that all intersection streets shall have street signs. In most towns where free delivery has been installed, the city pays for the street signs, house numbering and of course the Wc presume side nnd cross walks. that in the event the citizens desire this civic improvement, the City Council will provide for the above necessary improvements. A town the size of .Lancaster would require at least two deliveries a day, which would be about all the one carrier could do, as only one carrier Is considered. All persns who order their mail delivered through the carrier cannot get their mail from the office, but must depend on the carrier nlone. Thb should be understood and may inconvenience some of the merchants of the city. For instance, if n subscriber for the Central Record, elects that his paper be sent by carrier, he cannot go to the office and expect to get it from the postmaster, the same applies to any other mnil. Stanford has a free delivery system and wc understand the patrons are pleased with it. Its up to the citizens of Lancaster and the patrons of the office if wc are to have 'free delivery and the above rules and requirements are carried out. weeks Post-mnstcr Retail Merchants Meet Tonight. Puryear TOTER Please Improvement. JURY Carlton Suit Against The Southern Crap "KW grand-daughte- r, Mortage Lifters - Thd Central Record. Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Men 10, 1921 Touch n sympathetic chord anil humanity wnlu for you to touch It ngnln. fact, though, that "mountain i!w" rhvntes beautifully with "bale- CURING mcnt brew." It's n ' Live Stock HORSE'S BAD HABITS 'Farm American Legion News The Women's Auxiliary of the American I.eglon passed the 2,000 unit mark by nine before the middle of February nnd was still going, forward at the rate of more than fifty units n week. Meanwhile the Legion Is gaining at the rate of approximately thirty posts a week, with n total of 10,143 posts. The .Minnesota Department' of the Auxiliary, with 14'J units, has now displaced the Massachusetts Auxiliary for leaderdshlp. Massachusetts is second; then follow New York, I own and I'liipKylvattia. In percentage of gnln within the list three weeks, the Ohio Department leads the I.eglon. Missouri, Texas, Illinois nnd Oklahoma follow In relative order. By arrangement between the American Legion and Bureau of Commercial Kconomics, the most cemplrto and valuable collection of edurntionnl nnd travel motion picture films in existence will be plarcd nt the dlsposnl of the Legion post I.eglon mem for fr,,0 cxhltUtion. ,m u( or,er flm, from entnlog which will be sent to all l.eglen posts The film will be sent from n number f db(.rtbullnir centers, which will be designates! in the catn-ntj log. One thousand separate topics are 'cnilu-acoin the Alms, which have been taken In all part of the j i d Practiwitlv every jnan has a secret craving for wealth. A few arc will ing to earn It. In Cass of Chronic Bilker Court De Needed to o' Training Will Overcome Fault. Bread Made From Poeple who go out to hit the high Horse tliut have been prorly low handled and trnlned are not balky, spats of death. neither do they bate bad habits. When horse with Imd habit are II pw to pay the Income tax Isn't a careful tudy of each ease bothering us half n much ns how to should be made In order M asccrtiiln get the Income. the cause, cud, If possible, to remove It. The world owes you only that The mot common cause of balk-Inewhich you go out and collect. It among horses I punishment to never pays In advance. make them do oomethlna that tliey rannnt do or llmt they do not under-slnnI The good point of a horse are bow to do. Another common painted out by many people. In muse I the forcing of horse to draw for a man they are notnl by n few, henvy load without allowing them to sfop occasionally to ret and regain Seme people Just drift through their breath. Tho use of the whip or should be life waiting for the psychological spur In such Instance moment to arrive. The devil gener- nxoldcd, as the uln Intllcted will ho very likely In provoke further and ally gets them when It does. If n horse more stullMrn rebellion. the IwhIiis of the harness Some men come into the world balk Candidly, we are tired of reading should be cXHmtned to see ' ' U about wars murders, holdup, dlvor-ec- making a noise, drift through life hurting h in. If a henvy lond I lie pass out scandals, and other mild form making a bigger one, and Ing drawn and the horse Is not ntof amusement. Nothing with n with a distressing one. After that towed to ret and regtil.i Ills brooth we dont know. thrill ever happens any more. mid strength ho may boeome sulky to pull. tJlve hint n stMtrt rest, and while he I renting ruh Ids nose, pick up a (rout foot and tap the hoof n few time, or adjust the ls;r ami he may forget hi grievance Taie the lino and give the command to go ahead, turning sIlAbtly to the j right or left t Mart if the horse doe not start It J cither a enc f If the overload or a rhrotitc halkcr. load I so heavy It cannot he drawn, unload., if ike horse t a ehronle talker n nmrc of I raining will te lite Imldt. to o Iti older horse whore the habit f hoiking I Hxil the horse should he I trained to obey all ciuhhisjhIh with speis.of life generally end in the GENUINE "BULL" DURHAM tobacco makes 50 flood cigarettes fiour HKAlTIl OF MFK'S (JKKA-TKS- I Is the source of u, - HEALTH AND STRENGTH AND STHKKGTH AUK SOUUCKS r.fe .. EAT SUNDAY I 'World. - A, -- ENJOY.MKNT. DINNERS WITH US ENJOY A .MEAL THAT IS "DIFFERENT." SATISFY YOUR CRAVING FOlt A CHANGE. .MAKE SUNDAY A DAY OF REST. OUR COOKING APPEALS TO THE TASTE. OUR PRICES APPEAL TO THE PURSE. Board by the week. orders. v Regular meals and short City Restaurant. H. GULLEY, Prop. SI Content Themselves With Hoping. The brave ought to know. If they fen't. Hint while they are battling for principle ilint thousands nre secretly hoping for their success who aro too Umld to openly help. Exchange, Prehistoric Cemetery. discovery was made it Crall. Scotland, recently. When some men of the telegraphic department were at work on the "est links they unearthed a stone collln with a There human mnlo skeleton Inside. I nothing to show tlio date, but It la obviously of great antiquity, and probably belong to tho same remote period as other stone colllns that have been discovered at various times near the old burgh. An Interesting I ' grammar!" Ono Friend Didn't Bother Her. Teggy used exceedlncly bad English and wns continually being corrected by her teacher, also her mother and usunt. One day after tho ustinl ''set-1 to" sho heaved n sigh and, putting her arms around her pet dog, said: "Oh ' Spots, ain't I clad you don't know Country Adapted to Wild Animals, Them are largo areas In Siberia admirably fitted for the development of animals. Immeasurable forests, lnncceslble mountains, and spnrse population provide the animals with tho best, conditions for propagation. The most favorable locality, a kind of natural zoological p'urk, Is the I'rlamur region. g THE UNIVERSAL CAR self starting andlightingsystcm,hasalig,lroad scat deeply upholstered. Sliding plate glass windows so that the breeze can sweep right through the open car. Or in case of a storm, the Coupe becomes a closed car, snug, Has and nil the Ford economics in operation and maintenance. A car that lasts and serves satisfactorily as long as it lasts. Demountable rims with h tires all around. For the doctor and travelling salesman it is the ideal car. T2ie Ford Coupe, with electric rain-produst-proo- f. 34-Snc- Haselden Bros Garage. not Interested in Any car except Ford jj TRY A SACK TODAY. Gitamona oiimi, a Legionnaire ef Newwnrk, N. J., nnd probably sav ed hi Ufa, Sealn was an innocent bystander at n dispute between four during wttteh the gunptay) men started. ncciry W oaring hU army uai maik, tho , HUv. K. W. Smith, commander nf LANCASTER, KY. the I!ay .Stem- - l'et sf the Amertcnn l.eifioH at Shrewsbury, Mass., braved oke and (lame of a lire m tie wagon Klrst put ihi the double thr tbeen until the ttw letwn mm to rcuo two Amcrt-mr-trip, ropes nd s(on and imihU when he tieur ran tUgo from ptt Itenduarters OlulrMng the Hags, he grof , American Legion by a lalxir organi- of last week, but is in scho) again "hImm." Next put m the guy Hue. room. We net. very much ami 4 which should ! managed by on a- hj, WHV mty thrsug the Hallo. sation came from Nevada, where slstnnt. while jtm drhc ami attend the feeling hi way nut by a string that. C. W. Knrnngten, state organizer of wish she weuld ewrne back. The guy Mm; Is n rope be had tied to the back door on the American Federation of Ijiber, trip Mi Jcs4c B. IUy entertained her neck and fastened arouml the entering the builiing. Itev. Mr. ami a number of tabor tenders cousin, Mrs Ileie Tcater Mummy h half tilti'h otrr the loner Jaw. It pledged the cooperation of thHr night. Is very srtero and should not be used Smith served as a chaplain with the organization with the Legion in its Iva seems to bo happy today, btv shows any Canadian Black Wntcb. to excess. If tho horse tright bars fight against radicalism. An man with tendency to balk, glw the command caue she had a "letter" Saturday "whoa" before he stops of his own on his victor' medal has been enfrom Lexington. accord. When n!!!)' to start. tbn-slstnn- t rolled by Argonne Post of the We are glad to know that Mr. ACT QUICKLY should lake a (tosltlon In front American legion at Dos. Moincs, In. Cletnon May, one of our 'eighth of the horse and smartly Jerk him for in a membership campaign. George grade pupils, is getting along very Do the rjcht thing at tho right Leandcr, the embryonic Legionnaire, nicely. time was with n supply train attached to Misses ltcrklco and Bessie Teater quickly In time ot danger. Act the Mallet Reserve of the French entertained a number of friends, in , In time of kidney danger, !Vaiv Army. lie took part In the Somme Kidney litis are most efTrctlvr. Ask honor of Miss Jessie 11. Bay Mon, defensive, Aisnc, Montididicr N'oyon, jour noUhbort day night. e . Somme and etfensives Plenty of (.Anrastrr cildcnco ot Jessie Is getting nwfullyazy, or and also served in a defensive sector. Ibelr worth. . has come. He eugl- - j he thinks summer Foreign posts of tlje American Parker Jenkins, stationary very well Legion have been iwked to cooptrate ncor, water wonts iioau, iincaster. doesn't build our fires "My work calls for a lot or sometime. w.th the Federal Ijirlrd for Vocation- says Jessie B. is wearing a ncwdress al Kduration in earning out a system stooping and bending nnd this caused I hail out to school ami Bessie a new coat, whereby American veterani in my kldnt) to gutmy ot tlx. back and loins dull pulns across " France, Kngland, 1tnly and Belgium Mint my kidneys acted too frvely nt guvss they went to "Lexington the week-end- . nre to be provided with vocational times and then again weri scanty training. The plan is based upon and the secretions contained a brirk-dus- t We don't ace how M. I K. will I a reciprocal agreement between this sediment read of Ilonn's get along when she goes away to countr)' and (he four allied countries, Kidney I'lIU and bought somo nt It. college, because she can't hat her Modern Example of Good Oreedino j:. Mclloffrt's Pharmacy. The bark One of SUIIIons Drcd by the D. under which they nre to train dismother there to wrap her feet up Agriculture at Ouffslo, abled American veterans in tlietr nrlw left mo and my kldpcyr hecamo in a warmed blanket every 'night for partment of borders and this country is to train' normal." Wyo. Prleo 60c, at all dealers. Isnnl her. men in our simply their disabled ask for n kidney remedy Ret guy line at the snm want with the The Sophomores, Bessie, Jessie B. own, each' nation paying a stipulated Doun's Kidney Pills the samo that time you give, the command "get up." and Iva, are still old maids, and cross sum for each veteran so trained. Mr. Jenkins bad, Co., Itetx-n- t the process of stopping and a over. All they care for the boys The first convention of the Women ilfrs. Buffalo, N. V. slotting until the horse shows no is their candy, chewing gum and of the Virginia DepartU the guy line, Auxiliary-signs of sleigh ride. All of you who believe and use It severely, on the slightest ment of the American Legion will BUCKEYE SCHOOL NOTES. this, lett bo known by saying "I." Intimation tliut the horse Is going to be held May 13 and 14, it wns de(Delayed.) lessons tho cided at-balk. After u few of thee meeMng of the Legion's The High School pupils are rejoiclinjx may bo hitched to the wagon. state executive committee. .More Mr. F.lmcr Kay, is able to be in ing because they ar going to be Tho trip roH and guy line should be alone, after this week. We are, than 1,100 new members were ob- - school, after a few day's illness. kept on until he I well broken of the however, very sorry tliut our school tnined for .the Legion in Virginia habit. Miss Eunice Cuicy is In school will never amount to anything, as a between January 1 and February 12.1 A horse thnt kick when something n long absence. greut many of our "Scientists" have" I'lnycr pianos, phonographs, desks again after touches his heels Ik dangerous to Miss Gladys McCulley wns ill all predicted. drive. To otroorue the habit, pnt on and Shetland ponies are nmong the the harness nnd the trip rope. Take prize in it membership contest which a stick nnd ole him nil over. After the Texas Department of the Ameri lie becomes submissive to the Mile. can Legion has started. Posts will tie wack of hay to the trace nud be graded on the proportion of numunhreechlng, und continue, tho lesson ber of members obtained to the poputil be pays no nUenllon In tlieui. lation of the community. Fasten u long mIo on (cither side The Women's Auxiliary unit of with em; nd to drag on the ground, Pos.t No. 284 end to lc fastened to the the other shaft carrier. Drhe him around with of the American Legion at Atchison, these, ond If ho otlempts to kick com- Kan., Is the first colored auxiliary mand "steady" and pull htm to hi In Kansas and one of the first to bo jiliec. The lessons should be contin- organized In the country. ued until he submit to the (Miles dragJob applicants and employers are ging between hi leg nnd round him. listed in n card Index, according to their abilities nnd nreds by NashSILAGE FOR PRODUCING BEEF ville, Tcnn. Post of the American Legion, which hits been successful Missouri College of Agriculture Out- in obtaining employment for many When you have it, lines Satisfactory Plan With men. Young Steers, WE WANT IT, Backed by the American Legion and organization of tho state, a bill proHighly satisfactory beef can bo car-olsteers by viding for the exemption from payWhen you want it, nrnde from twi) feciMng corn a silage, together with ment of taxes by veterans has been WE HAVE IT. by the Wyoming legislature. linseed iih'uI nnd clover or alfalfa bay. passed - feeding EGGS, POULTRY AND COUNTRY PRODUCE. shelled or enr All men in tho state, Instead of fullo corn, according to the Missouri whether or not they enlisted from of Agriculture. Wyoming, will benefit from tho bill. One ncre, yielding 40 bushels of F.ssay contests on the subjects of com or eight ton of silage, If fed as Llncolns Gettysburg uddress and sJInge, together with 1.73-- iminl of the application of Washington's Unseed oil meul and 1,810 iouiids of y hay would produce 7Sd,S Farewell Address to present-danlfulfa COMPANY. (Miunds nf beef und ll-- 'l pounds of conditions In America were held In lork. If, boweter, the corn be fed n tpokane, Wash, high schools by the R. L. HAGAN, Mr. shelled com (full feed) and silage, to- Spokane Post of the American Leggether with 30S.V. pounds of llnsted ion, which rewarded tho winners STANFORD ST., LANCASTER, KY. Kiund of alfalfu buy, with prizes. meul and Of bef It would produce 101.1) huiii The latest indorsement of tho and 0H.5 siund of ork. ' rr , Amcrwin " " .... Hon , ,,ult(M, GARRARD MILLING CO. I J e n's. Oise-Aisn- ( shop-jdng- Foster-Milbur- n self-wil- l. BRING US YOUR TAKE HOME OUR Murohy-Mnjor-Sloa- n PRODUCE MONEY ' d Col-leg- Earrddsburg Ice Produce J The Central Record. Lancastoi , Ky., Thursday Mch 10, 92 1 l" SHAMPOOING RUGS & CARPETS have Just equipped a f'J.riOO.OO Rug nml Carpet cleaning plant which I will open for business about March 10th. SEND FOR US TO SEND FOR YOUR RUGS AND CARPETS. We tnko them spotted nml dirty, wp return them spotlcs--l- y clean. You'll hardly rccognlxo your old rug anil carpet. The vivid colorings reduced by nge ami wear to illniy, nhy grey will be restored to their original brightness. They will be made to glow with lustrous cleannes nnd the delicate pattern will be revealed, nnew. Where little one there will be none. grease spoU once spread into Your rug nnd carpet will bo soft, atalnle, taintless clean to ire, touch arid smell clean to live with. All work cnlled fur and delivered. Will alio run truck to Danville, .Stanford and Crab Orchard, twice n week. Phone .111. I REPRESENTATIVES OF KENTUCKJY In " Senate And Lower House The daughters. An interesting bit of history in connection with Representative (filbert' election is the fact that hi father, George 0. Gilbert, represented the Eighth district In Congress for four term, from 1809 to 1007. HEN JOHNSON, Democrat, repre-sent- tt IN THE SPRING YOUR BLOOD NEEDS A TONIC you know Do te Lancaster Carpet Cleaning Works It. I II A I LEY, Prop. LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. Surprise Their Stomach. In India are io used to MIm Martha Amlrnon U on the snatching at object tint they tiara torn known to nap up and eat red-hlck Hit. charcoal. Thompson wa In LexMr. II. I.. ington lait week with hU tobacco. Possibly. Tankage It the Meal feed (or (row. Ilntlrr ay that the price or rnbhlt kln l likely to ntln :'. trade. Meantnf hogs, tlud.on & Farnau. Mr. ICobert Preston, who ha been while the mere act "f citing the skin I tiit to ruin the rntitilt. quite ill for some time in ionic better at thin wrltfng. Removing Label. Mr. and Mr. Steven are enterTo easily and quickly remote a taining ,11 l'dy at their home, who ar- label from a bottle, et the fnce of rived March 1st. the lolx-- l with water ami Ih.IiI for a Mr. and Mr. Itichard Spring and mnment over any convenient flame. STANLEY .whose A. OWSLEY Children left last week for Louisville The tmm formed penetrate tliu laltel was Senate term exlre in 10-- 1, at once and soften tho to visit their parent. born in Shelby ville. Ky., May 21, Mr. Ernest Montgomery bought of He graduated from Centre Forgot His Wedding Day. 180". Mr. Ceo. Smalley, of Canity Nelson, aj A husband Cvllege In IHhO and wn udmitted m deiili-- a divorce he couldn't rememlx-- r Hie ilato t the practice of law in 18U4. w nnii He pricr tif Congress in 1002 from Mlues llever Tapp and Magdaline of hi wedding. The Judge prohably was , Humphrey of the Locust Grove vicin- thought that the mini ulm could go the Second district of Kentucky nnd and forget that hhmi'i ufTerliig much gov- ity, are III with jweumonia. matrimony, Cleveland 1'lnln served six terms. Was elected i from -- fernor of Kentucky In 1015, but re Mr. and Mr. Harrison Dean and Dealer. signed in May 1010, to take his seat Mr. A. K. Dean were In Protect Her Young. in the Unite State Senate, to which titoppiiig Saturday aftcrnn. will, when occasion The red fn Mr. Lucy Preston wn called Sun- call for It, cite tent to a kind of hv was elected in HUH. lie i a day to the bc44de of her daughter, htltbpllched ocreerli. tliat wheti beard Democrat. Manriel Ml Sue Sniper in 1002. Mrs. Homer, Ray, near (!unn Chapel. at night l iHlte sayi W. S. Howling returned lost the American Forestry Magarlne. Thl Mr. A W. HARK LEY, Democrat, reThursday from Jackson county, I It MirHie. a It often serve a a present the First Kentucky congresIt young. where sfe attended the burial of her protection ' for sional jlutnct in the House of Refather, Mr. l.nngdon. He wa born in presentative. Finger Print In Dank. I'ref, Ou llrown spent from Kri- i(iii ailntitrit lijr some hnnki flrave county, November 21, 1877, The 4ny until Sunday in Louisville withUf taklHC "lcnnmre hy mean of graduating from Clinton College In whs m very ill at finger rlnt ! m a new (ilea, but 1807 and later attending Emory Colhk brother-in-laI only a snrvlval of a very otil custom. lege, Atlanta. (!a.. nnd the Univerthe Deaene Hospital then'. when only n few eople In the do-- 1 Rev. Manly of (5eergetwn, Ho be.......I ililn. sity of Virginia law school. ...1... gan the practice of law nt I'aducah, , livers iww gKl gopei sormons er- -( for imUf ,,ir(,vnl of Sunday ami was the guest at Mr. present home, In 1001. After ,y ,nVns a tlmmb print hi Riiv. Manly will I'M. drew. serving a prosecuting attorney nnd mvcivu itati of .nunc wax. Tuesday to Ijineaster. county juilge he wn elected in 1012 uongros nmt nrt Mr. il. I. Barker, who has to faith'to me Mxry-imrOwe Much to Latin Tongue. served continuously since. Married The fart I our Isusniace ba f fully served a chairman the eurtrlml hv the eentrlhii- - UB4 has three children. Hwtrd of Education ui this division for a nuwlior of year was appoint- - j tlon tnnilo to It by tlm Ijitln tongue, u Among things el trustee ef the ConsolMated school iim tMitr.rotherilmulrif It ha slteu nml .DAVID 11. KINCHELOE. Demo-cru- t, illaflnpf lnli .if here Saturday by the new County, of Mn(. of MuillsoHvillo enter on his nnl ewi , ,.x. ,Mudl to the gratification of pressing our thnticlit which few other fourth term ns congreman Ilaartl. from the patrons of thf school. Mr. liar langnaci-- 1 iMisse. J. M. I). Melkle- - the Second district with the opening kur alo came out a candidate for' John In The Art of Writing Eng. lof ,j,t. Congrs. II MngtUrut. was barn in McLean county, April !0, IS77. He graduated from How I ONSTOTT CRANK A Lost Art Mr. Chan. Onstott, of this place' An old shepherd who haa Jut tleO ling I Green College in 1808 nnd later I ...lt - ivy., living nilI ..! nml Ml Mnttie May Crank, of Jud- - In a llllnr.. i. f..,e mile, from hero wn. to the bar in 1800. Mnrried thnw. Never- - mitted son, were united In marriage Sunday, unable to count I .aura Stateler, of Kvnnsville, BMsming at the home of Rev. G. W. j thele. he had charge of large fiockk Mia atm-nml .could tell not ineMy Ind., In 1004. Served n county at 14 year of, of ThwniHion. The bride pnr--, one w n age and the daughter of Mr and Mrs. when animal mlliig. hut which i tie torney of McLean county, and in ha.i .tiapiareii. ticiitar wns e,.rUH, u, Andy Crank. The groom ' a son om man .. , ii.mt miw.iuiiB i r.ul1)r,,.. ev of Mr. and Mr. Kue Onstott ami l be with It. anil the secret had dbil j ery two yenr since. corretiHJtid-wishe- s 17 year They have the best him. old MT.JIKIHtON Muit Toad ot The following ketche give com plete the personnel of Kentucky' delegation in the national Senate nnd member who took the onth recently; UICII Alt!) I' ERNST, new Kentucky member of the t'nited Stntcs Senate, lit the third Republican to be elected to tlrnl office since Kentucky beenme He uccecd Senan tate In 170J tor J. C W. Ilcckhatn, whom ho defeated in the election last November. Senator Ernst's Republican in the Senate were William J. Dcboe, of Marion, who served from 1HH7 to 1003, nnd W. O. Ilrnd-lewho served from lttOU to 11114, dying after live year In the upper house. Senator Emit la the first member of hi wrty elected by n direct vote of the people, having run ' far head of the remainder of the national Republican ticket nnd being elected in a Mate which gave Jntne M. Cox, of Ohio, Democrat, a majority for President. Senntor Krnt I a resident of Covington and graduate of Centre College, Danville, Ky. He has lone been a trustee tif Centre College nnd active in Y. M. C. A. work. He Is an attorney by profession. He i married anil hn two the Fourth district of Kentucky Sixty-sevent- in Congress. He begins hi eighth h TAKE term with the opening of the Congre.M, having been n THE I'rlor to thnt member since lOOfi, tunc he wns n member of the Kentucky House of Representative two term and of the State Senate one Drowsy term. He wn born near llnrdstown, From May 20, 1HSH, and make that city hi home. CHARLES K. OtiDEN, Republican begin hi second term as representative from the Fifth district, which comprise Jefferson county. He wn born at Charleston, lnd nnd attended the Jelfersonville, (ml. high school and the University of Louisville. He i n lawyer. Hu nerved In the Kentucky Legislature in 180K nnd In 1S00. He wn n rnptnin the SHinih-AmericamarWar. He ried nnd has one son. Hi home is in Anchorage, Ky. n 1 Winter Weakens Blood Makes Faces Pale. CUDE'S PEPTO-MANGA- why it s ioasfcd umu in the deticieus kturley tobaea flavar. I REST KNOWN BLOOD TONIC. Spring. Fever That Comes Sluggish Wood Will Soon Leave You. LUCKY A. II. ROUSE. Democrat, of Ilur lingten, Ky., begins hi idxth term with the convening of the Sixty-seHe wa born June enth Congress. 20, 1874, graduated from Hanover College, Indiana, In 1H0U and from the Louisville Law School in 1000, Hu Is married nnd ha one son. He represent the Sixth district. v tto. lie-ra- ir i'ltel Bwe-lnplrl- J. C. CANTRII.L, Democrat Georgetown, Ky., ha the distinction among the Kentucky Democratic con Conh gremen in the gress having been elected without lie begins his seventh opMltinn. term n representative of the Sev enth dUtrict. Congressman Cantrlll was born at Georgetown, July 0 1870, and wn nt George town, Ky., College. He I a farm er nnd for yenf hn spent much of hw time organising tobacco growers, He has been twice married nnd has Sixty-.evcnt- one son. W. J. FIELDS, Democrat, of OHve Hill, Ky. begin his sixth term as re. reentntive of the Ninth congres , ,,,,, (lt it skinnl district on March 4 He was born in Willnrd. Ky., Dec. 20. 1874, and wn educated in the Carter coun ty school and at the Kentucky Unl vcrsity, Lexington. Married Mis Dorn McDnvId, of Rosedalc, Ky in 180.1. u emrmly vultf " Sixty-sevent- h J. W. LANGLEY, Republican, of I'ikeville, wn representn the from the Tenth district Inst fall without opposition. He wn born in Floyd county nnd received hi edu cation in the common school. He studied law nt National, Georgetown and Columbia universities. He be gin his eighth term with the opening of the h Congress, having been elected to Congress Sixty-sevent- A all' growing thing on earth ! shoot into new life in Springtime,, so do the billion of cells that make' up ench pnrt of the body renew their vigor. As you open the windows, breathe the Spring air, and let in the sunshine, the red corpuscles In your blood should carry more oxygen to POOR RIDGE. the tiny cells. The red corpuscle are tiny Mis Hiizel Preston wn the recent particles, swimming in enorguest of Miss Hnllie R. Duncan. mous number in the blood. They spent Mis Preston Christine carry oxygen to cells in all part of the bdy, and they enrry away worn- - Thursday with Mrs. Ike Duncan. Ml Jessie Kent spent Wednesday out waste matter. Sometimes, especially in the Spring, nftor the win- night with Mis Christine Preston. ter imhrurs nnd more or les ick-nMiss Christine Preston I visiting the red corpuscle themselves Mis Carrie Preston in Lancaster. n need rebuilding. Guile' V. C. Fertitiier should be used on contain Just the ingredient to tobacco beds. Hudson and Farnau. give them greater power to nbsorb Miss Helen Ra', of Iirynntsvillc, oxygen nnd to distribute it throughi vUiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. out the body. Ray. That i why it is such n good Aaron Mrs. Elijah McMillinn spent WedSpring tonic. It help so much to bring back color to cheek made pale nesday with her parent ,Mr. and nnd wan by the necessary indoor Mr. John Ray. Mr. James Matthew and children winter life. It mid to the number of red corpuscles. With line Spring were the guest Tuesday of Mrs. n day and Guile' you - G. Matthew. gain in vigor nnd attain good healthy Mr. Wm. Mntthew nnd daughter, Don't go around drowsy this Miss Arllegh spent Tuesday with Spring Take that good tonic. Mr. Nora Illack. Guile' You can get Mr. Wm. Matthew and Mis it in tablet or liquid form nt your Arleigh Mntthew were Tuesdny guest druggist'. Hth forms hnve the of Mrs. James Mntthew. same medicinal value. Insist upon Mr. Cnleb Johnson spent last genuine Guile' week with her daughter, Mr. Wil(Advertisement.) , son Lake in Lexington. Mis Hnllie II. Duncan spent the MARKSBURY week-en- d with her cousin, Miss Carrie Preston in Lancaster. Rev. Thompson of Georgetown Mis Linda Preston has been the will preach at the church Sunday of Mr. nnd Mr. Earl morning and evening at' the usual recent-gue- st Preston on Lexington pike. time. Misses Agnes Simpson and Olivia 13 per cent Cotton Seed Meal (or Preston were the afternoon guest of sale. Hudson and Farnau. Eugenia Pollard, Messrs. .Mrs. Edd Moberley Saturday. Mis Mr. and Mrs. Ike Duncan and Mason and Telenfus I'ollard attended the funeral of their aunt, Mr. Ilrilf children spent Sunday night with tloyd of Lincoln tounty. The fun- Mr. and Mr. U. G. Preston. eral was conducted nt McKinney Mis Lavcrne Whittnker has restation. turned home, after an extended visit There will be a business meeting with her sister, Mrs. Elbert Chandler of the church next Saturday nt 2:00 in Mndison county. P. M. The deacons of the church Mr. and Mrs. Dillnrd Simpson and announce there will be important children were the guest of her parbuslnes on hand and request a ents. Mr nnd Mrs. Leslie Hill Saturmany n can come, to be present. day and Sunday. STRIKE CIGARETTE disc-shap- e, I'epto-Mnn-gn- I'epto-Mangn- I'epto-Manga- I'epto-Manga- in 1000. .loun, 1- J. M. ROHSION, Republicnn, of e!.!!! of their friends. fence, lomlon lIly lluiraril Mull. GENUINE OLIVER CHILLED AND SYRACUSE PLOWS at the following prices llarbeursville, was born in Ilr.icken county January 2, 1873. He was educated in the public school and attended the National Normal University at Lebanon, O.; the National University at Ada, O., and Holhrook College, Tenn. He studied law nt Y. THOMAS, Jr., Democrat, Centre College, Danville, graduating in 1000. He wn ndmitted to the w ho represont the Third district, bar in 1808. ilegins hi aecond term starts his seventh term with the with the opening of the Sixty-se- v h Conopening of the I mnrried and gres. He wn born in Logan coun- enth Congre. He lias two children. Ky , and educated at Ilcthcl Colty, lege, Russellville, Ky. Served as a A Record Holder. member of ttie state legislature in A siiinll boy, born In n Turkish ' lhsr. 1X81! and in 100.1 wns harem, I wild to have 4S Htepmolher nnd commonwealth's nttorney, living. Our office boy. however, I still 'elected holding when undefeated In the matter of recentwhich office he wn London first elected to Congress. His home ly defunct grandmother. I'uucli. i in Central City. . mi WHY YOU SHOULD BUY Sixty-sevent- WHITE SWAN RALPH G1LI1ERT, Democrat, new Oliver Chilled 20 - - $15.50 Oliver Chilled 40 - - $17.50 - - - $16.50 Oliver Hill-sid- e $7 Syracuse $ 8. Syracuse Collars, Bridies and Breeching at cost. Our prices will interest you and we ask that you come and loqk our line over. 20, 1 Hill-sid- e 26, 1 Boodloe Walker Bros representative from the Eighth lls-trict of Kentucky .begins his fir: term in flie House of Representative with tha convening of the Congress, Representative Gilbert wa born in Spencer county, January 17, 1882. He was educated in the common schools of Spencer county, graduated from the University of Virginia In from 1K00 nnd in 1001 graduated law the University of Louisville school. He nt once took up the practice of law at Shclbyville. In 1000 he wn elected county Judge of Shelby county, holding that otrite for eight year. When he retired In 1018 he formed a wrtner-shi- p lie was with W, T. ltccklumi. nominated for representative in a race with Frunk L. ltipy, of Luwrcnceburg, and Geurge T. Davis, of Casey county, nnd was elected over King Swope, Republican Incumbent, by more' than 2,000 majority. Representative Gilbert In 1003 Jane. Thompson of married Mis Shelby county. They have three Sixty-seventh three-cornere- d -- R'mcvlng Irdn Rust. Dninneii llm .ttntu with unli.r run with a lump if citric arid and lay In the sun. If the spot nru not gone by tint Him. Il.i dull, la ilrv 1nrtitt.ii nnA Iny In the sun ngnitu When the fab ric I very delleute It I better to dis solve the acid lu a little water and dumpeu the iot uilh the solution. Refer to Rail Bird. 1 FLOUR It It in i.s rulu. The knylng "thin a n rail" doe com. not refer to a fence rail, a imwly mippoed, but to tho bird known as n rail. The rails, of which there ecle In thl country, are several lire In marhe and have extremely cotupre.sed bodlca so that they may thread their way between reed and Sn Settled Matter. Ono day nt reboot the subject of class president wa brought in and the suggestion that wu vote on It. I wa not particularly fond of any of tho girl, so to settle matter I voted for myself, never thinking that 1 would Im found out. When the vote were read out In front of tho class It was found that every ono In the class had voted for me. They all knew I had voted for myself. Chlcnjo always- of the best quality. - always a little loss in price. The wm housewife never overlooks an opportunity to save a penny. SHE SAVES IT BY USING WHITE SWAN FLOUR. Lancaster Flour Mills Incorporated George. SpoHiBeie, Pres. Ciirlie Ztmr, Sec'ly. The Central Record. Lancaster. Ky. Thursday, Men 10. 1921 AN ICE CREAM By MYRTLE E. WHITTEMORE Uncle Watt's Classified Column KATLSi Single insertions 1c a word No ad taken for less than 20c In this column. No nils in this column charged. Seven Insertions fer the price of live. Phone orders must be paid promptly- Spring Millinery Opening Saturday, Warch 12 at i It km Die nf the houe crocheting. of July with the thermomter reentering PI degree I" Ilit shade. . wonder Ml Churlutti! wu finding tttfteulty In cuiitentriitliig Iter inlnil on ,11st IlKign .Nwt4lr ffMital Mls Charlotte droppe! her work In rock. lap and reused hr lavender negligee tushe fat Dressed In the In little sewing room m the north side A III., br f if rininrunaa 8' GOOD OLD TIMES WIMIYHPIFL delhered a X tine lit lure last evening '' said Mrs. Jiilneiworthy "lie held Hp to scorn he esslmltt who say; the world lit't getting better, and described conditions ns they were n hun dred yearn iic. Imv-ele- d Then on foot or on hnrsi'hnrk, nnd a short Journey wns a serious mnlter; then1 were no telephones, no electric1 lights, and sssBjasa1SBBsW none of the conveniences e are used to." -It la truo then were no nllrgtsl ttpltOI', had an Ice wlili Jli," how cream, she sighed. "Hut It' Smite a MftTnoii off, mill surely nobody el'e Wants tu so out In t tits terrible heat." .leehiinlcnlly she resumed her work. 'Oil. Klltatwlh." she railed "Are ou SJng down town?" "Would juu he willing tu bring me some Ice creuinl" she aked. Bllzabeth smiled her hm wIpii. "I'll be clad to," she said, I'm culti: over to tea nnd en n't promise to (ira.-f'- a when I'll be coining boinp. Kllzabetli repealed her offer, but It was declined. So In alt the vhaclty nnd gaiety of her youth she skipped down the street, while MIm Charlotte lazily tilcked up her crocheting, "Three ojien, two closed and three iinen," she murmured to herself, but her hook failed to keep pace with her counting. Suddenly an Idea came to her. Laying her work In the ba.itet. "I'll ask .Mildred to bring It." she a she reached for the phot.e. "(lire tne 4.1." she called. "Hello Miss Corey? I'm slmplr roasted tip here on the hill nnd niii dying for an Ice cream. Would you bring It up when you come. . . . The lust duy Why, so It Is, Mil of the month) dred. I didn't think about your working late tonight. That's too bad. . . . Thank you Just the same. I'll get along somehow." Heslgnedly she leaned back In her rocking chair. Suddenly she was roused from her napping by a knock nt the hack door. On the piazza stood a little boy about nine years old. "Want to buy some blueberries!" be asked. "They're high huh mid Just picked." "Won't you come In?" she inked kindly. "I can ue u quart, I guess. How much are they?" -- her piittrni. Jt XlOGOOt FOH KKKKSOtlOflt lOttfC A IttWCXK I I 8 SALK: new ChnpO Organ, ilnrk onk J. F.Holtzclaw New six FOH SALK er HKNT: roem Hungalow on llnselden Heights 'lJ'- M""' Jr - rf THE HU5 w first class tobacco WANTF.D:-- A man to cultivate n little tehnccn and corn. J. H- Woods. Ijincniter. K) - All that is new and smart in Paris inspired m $1.00 Pure Hre.l White Hock eggs at per setting. Phene .107. Mrs. H. P. Swepe TAILORED AND DRESS HATS I cotncnlrnren PATTERN HATS AND MISSES' AND CHILDREN'S FASHIONABLE HATS will be shown Moderate Prices Prevail. Come, you are cordially invited to attend. Also a large showing of Women's and Misses' Tailored Suits, Coats, Wraps, Dresses, Waists, Skirts and Spring: Twenty-live.- " "You look drendfully hot." she continued, as she brought a small dish. "Did you have to go fur for the berries?" "Yes'ni, way down to Hearer Pond's where the best berries grow. Twas Mime hot walking up to town, believe me." MIm Charlotte went to the pantry again and returned with a larger dish. "Do you wunt tu let me buy what berries you have," she asked, "nnd I'll have Sadie put them up tomorrow?" The little hoy grinned all over his face as he tilled his measure again and again. As he picked up his empty pall. Miss Charlotte had a clever thought. "Would you like to do an errand for me downtown?" she asked. "Sure; what Is It?" Mis Charlotte counted out the change while she explained. "I want some Ice cream. Go tu Lane's and nsk Harlefor a pint boi of quin. Can you remember all that?" "Sure," again came tie prompt reply as he reieated the errand before starting out the door. Not five minutes later the doorbell rang and to her amazement Miss Charlotte saw Kllzabetli. "I've brought you the Ice cream." said the girl. "I came home early in I hated to think of you sitting here all alone." "You dear child." said Mls Charlotte. "You'll stay, of ooure, mid help me eat It, won't you?" and she hastened to set the table with her pretty glass dishes. Just ns they had begun to cat, the doorbell rang ngaln. (Ireatly nmUM-by this lime. Miss Charlotte ushered lir Gertrude Corey currying u small In jx In her bund. ".Mildred told me you wunted some Jre cream," she explained. "You durllng!" exclaimed Miss Charlotte. "Kllznteth has brought tne ome. too. Won't you mine In nnd Join ui? We've got lots more than we can eat." So Gertrude nut down tu the table, delighted to eat with her elders. It teemed only n moment later when they were Interrupted by a knock nt the back door. "That's my little blueberry boy," Miss Charlotte excused herself. "He's brought me some creum, tou." Shu laughed uh she confronted the boy with the packnge. "Well, my lit tie man, It looks us though you would huve to eat all that creum yourself, for I have had tw boxe brought me already." The child's eyes grew as big us saucers. "Honest?" he asked doubtfully. "Of course. Come In, and see." nnd she ojiehed the screen door. The boy ieeied Into the dining room and was sutltfled. "Can I take It home to ma?" was tils "Shu likes Ice Immediate ueitloii. en nui, too." "Yoa may do anything you like with It." Miss Charlotte smiled. "I hute all I want here." Again the little chap picked up Ills empty pall. "I'll bring you some more berries tomorrow," he said. "Goodness me, not before Saturday," she called as she luughlngty west back tu her guests. d d Pushin Bros. DANVILLE, KY. WOLF TRAIL BUCKEYE Itny Noel was in Hichmond Mon- - i BRYANTSVILLE Laid told n mule Monday for J 130. ity visiting relatves. Dr. Geo. Hendren and Hugh Noel Mr. John Dailey was in Uncastcr were in Nicholasvllle Snturday. Friday to have some teeth pulled. Messrs. Hubert Carter and Forpurchased McMillian Mr. Klijoh rest Noel were in Nicholasvllle Tuesfive calvei last week for $110. day. Mr. Jesse McCulley visited Mr. nnd Hev Price of Louisville preached Hay Friday night. Mrs. Harrison here Saturday afternoon and SunMr. Mose Hay bought n 'colt last day. week from Jim Hiatt price $22.50.! Hcv. Price was n guest of Mr. and Miss Allen Teater and Mr. Klbert Mrs. Louis Noel Saturday and Sun- Teater were in Lancaster Wednes day. day. Mrs. Heather Hay visited Mrs. WilMr. Clellan Dailey bought n hog ey in Madison county first of the cents per from .Mort Davis for week. pound. We have a United amount of cul. Mrs. Hobert Sowers was nn after tivated Hemp Seed for tale. Dailey John noon guest of Mrs. Hudson It Farnau. Monday. Miss Iternice Ilrouddus entertainMiss Jessie II. Hay spent the Inst ed a few friends to supper on Tuesweek-enwith Misses Ilernlce nnd day evening. HesHie Tenter. daughter, Mrs. Horn Long and Mrs. Homer Hay Is ill at this writ Miss Francis, were guests of friends ing. Her many friends wish her n here Saturday and Sunday, speedy recovery. Mrs. Otticc Hay Hogiu und daughWe will exchange clover anil tim ter, of Jessamine county visited Mr. othy seed for corn at the market und Mrs. l.cnzy Hay recently. price. Iluuion and I'srniu, Mr. T. O. Hill, Mr. and Mrs. Tal-lio- tt Mrs. Preston of the Mt. Hebron Jenkins, visited Mr. Wolkcr section is with her daughter, Mrs. Ilradshaw and family recently. Hiram Hay this week. Mr. and Mrs. Holbart Prico and .Mr, and Mnt. Wilbert Dailey nnd Miss Leila Price spent Suturday nnd son were Sunday jjuesta of Mr. Sundy with relatives in Hichmond. Powell Dailey and family. W. M. S. meets Thursday afterami son. noon at 3 o'clock, Mar. 17th. All Mr. Klljuh McMillian spent the duy Wednesday with Mr. member are urged to be present. John Hay and family. Mr. Willie P. Long of Mr nnd Mnt. Ottis Stotts und lit was a guest of Mr. Hiram Hay and tle daughter, were visitors Saturday! family Saturday night and Sunday. and Sunday of relatives. Messrs. Dan Huy, Ollle Ilogie, Hay Mr. Karl Mobcrley recently bought Noel, Heather Huy and Kverett Crow n hog farm from Nelson Warren for were in Lexington the first of the 10 U cents per pound. week. Mr. Karl Dailey and Mian Hert Mr. and Mrs. Walker Ilradshaw Dally were guest Thursday evening nnd family of Dunvllle, weru guests of Mr, and Mrs. Homer Hay. uf Mr. and Mrs. T. O. Hill Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Carl Moberley and nigh; and Sunduy. little daughter, spent the week-enMrs. H. W. Sanders und Herbert with Mr. nnd Mrs. Walter Casey. Whlttaker were in Nicholasvllle luit Misses ilernlce and Hcssie Teater Tuesday to see Mrs. Cecil Gulley, and Moiter Welba Teater spent Mon-da- y who bus been sick, but Is now imnight with Mr. Mose Hay and proving. family. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Noel, Mr, und and Mrs. H. W. Sanders and Mr. and Andrew Stotta Mesdames Homer Corman, were the pleasant Mrs. Herbert Whlttaker entertained guests of Mrs. George Gllleam Sat- several friends to dinner Sunday at urday night. their homes. Mr. anil Mrs. Joe Hay were in day. N'icholnsville Saturday. Mr. Frank Miss Eunice Casey is in this vicin Mrs. It. C Hose has been on the sick list. in V. C. Fertiliser for tobacco beds. Hudson It Farnau. the Hcv Holder uf Herea, was gueH of Mr, and Mrs. N. T. G Mrs. Leslie Kroner and Miss Klua Ison, were in Ijincaitcr last Satur- day on business. Mr. W. II. Ijne, of Lexington, spent last Tuesday with his sister, Mrs. Martin Hrogli. and Messrs. W. II. Cunningham Virgil Scott, were in Lexington Monday In business. Mrs. Kliza 11. Il.illard has returned home after severul days stay with relatives in Luxlngton. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Hrogli were the guests hist Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. J. II. in Camp Nelson. Tomllnson and Miss Mr. Margaret Itobinioti were guests n few days last week of Mr. and Mrs. Joe SkinniT. Mrs. Win, Lear and Mrs. Hom were gueits Itnstin ,of Ijincuiter, u few days last week of Dr. anil Mrs. Hi-H- e 8i d C. Hose. Mr. and Mrs. M. O. Kennedy were called to Corhin last Tuesday by the death of Mr Kennedy's sitter, Mrs. Kliza Mention. V .C. Fertiliser for tobacco beds. This fertiliser will mature your plants two weeks earlier. It pays to Hudson and Farnau. use it. Mr. and Mm. John Hurtsook, of Indianapolis, Ind., und Miss Kdnu Hcrkete, of Puducuh, Ky., were call 11. ed heru by the death of their grand mother Friday. Mrs. H. K. Swope, Messrs. Willie and Hobert Swope of Aberdeen hare returned here, where they will mak their home in our community. Mr. Swope will join them in a few weeks. The Psanut. The common peanut grows In a peculiar way that la distinctly original. The tittle plant sends up Ita shoots, with the fruit on the end of a some what stiff stalk, and then before It rlpena the stem bends over and carefully pushes the fruit underground. As pics are aald to be especially fond of these. It d has been humorously jested that the plant dmee this to hide Its nuts from the porker's loo Inquisitive Invcatlfallons. sur worthy, "nnd for thnt reason I think Four nice reams, FOH HKNT: the old limes were Iwtter than the furnished or unfurnished. Phene present. I only wish the old rendiMrs. Printus Walker tions could In restored. A huiulml 317. years nco the married man had no reason u drend the Mxrtioue. It FOH SALK- :- Two long yearling was practically Impovslhle for women Aberdeen-Angueli bJlls. Will s to U extrnvngatit then If Ihey want, nl to blnxr themselves they bad to go cheap, Hoynlly bred. W. Samlrrs.- Je .' to town, and In order to get to town they had to ride tu old conches which I am standing n Hegiitered Jersey i weren't as comfortable as a modern Halelg'. No Hull. Hanging Fork. hayrack. The woman of a hundred )enrs ago 1 87.018 nt $3.00. J. K. Sanders Hubble, Ky couldn't lean bark In an easy rhnlr and order a hundred dollars' worth uf White Heck FOH SALK: Pur Junk by phoue. If she ordered by letter, It took the letter three Weeks eggs at 7SeU. per setting of 1 egg Mrs. Jim tox. to get nnywherv.und by thn time the Phone 3ta-H- . goods nrrtved they were out of date, and i lie hnd to send them bark. It Five ream bungawould be a great bleating If things FOH HKNT: were that way now. low with Uth, lights and water, on "Hut the modern married woman Maple avenue. Posiessien at has the softest snap ever Inveiited, Mrs. Harry Andersen (2 lt ) Mrs. Jameswurthy, If ntu happens tu he too lazy to put on her ak FOH SALK: - Good white harness nnd go downtown to do her fencing, gate slats, bgxtng ami framshopping, she bus thnt great modern convenience at her elUiw. It Isn't ing any length desired. Mike Hegers. Lancaster, Ky necessary to make herself presentable 17-U.pd) lo do her shopping, She sits down with an old wrapper on, se.rt her topTobacco Sredl 1 have a limited knot askew, and her mouth full of hairpins, and roll up the butcher and amount of Old FaiMen Standing baker and candlestick maker, and or- Hurley tobacco srel fer sale at $1.00 ders everything they have In their an ounce. Joints, and has It charged to her husGeorge Carpenter, tancaiter, Ky. band. (3 your "A professor Pathfinder, Defender, Mammoth said, a short Joumey waa a serious business In the old days, and as a re- and Sensation Durocs sews, boars sult people stayed home and attended and gilts. The biggest money makto their knitting. If a woman Jour- ers In the world. Ask for literae neyed nine miles In one of the ture. Write or phone 14. TIIK coaches she had a tackache for Ky. three weeks, and so the Idea of going (tl.KNWOHTH FAHMS. Hurgin, away from home didn't Oil her with enthusiasm. Hut nowadays traveling $100.000 (1 per cent INTKHKST Is a luxury. .All a woman has to do LKND ON GOOD FAHMS. TO la to hold up her husband for the fare, & 10 years time. people 5 and thru the urbane railway do the rest, and make everything w S. T KANDI.K COHHKSPONDKNT Fayette National Hank comfortable for her that she hates the LKX1NGTON, KY. Iden of ever returning home. And of this luxury, woim-- ar forcuses for a trip ever hunting up Kerstulth told tne the somewhere. other day that Ida wifo trnvrted three All persons having claims against hundred miles and bark to mutch a the estate of Willis Turner, deceasribbon, the local stores not having the exact shade she wantetL Kersmllh Is ed, prcsnt them to the undersigned, Just about three cublta ahead of the properly proven as required by law, sheriff, and his wife known It, but she or to my Attorney, (S. C. Walker, wouldn't let a small matter like that Incuitcr, Ky. Interfere with her trip. Walter Turner, Admr "In the halcyon days people used to 2 Willis Turner, deceased. tallow enndlea and were all the better for It. Then- - was no satisfaction In reading by a cnndle, so men didn't blow In their substanrw for fool books The candles kicked and magazines. We have millions of the finest up such ii smell thnt thry wire extin, guished aa enrly ua and so open field grown plants ready no- -. no money was wnsted. Now wo have Karly Jersey, Charleston Wakefields, the electric light, which Is o great con- - Flat Dutch. Parcel pott paid, .'100 venletice. It Is such a thundering ROD $1. CO, 1000 $2.C0. $1.00, Mrs. Jumesworthy, that It Is Kxprrss 2000 $II.C0; 6000 $7.50; grousing the road to the jxMirliotie for $12. no. Send for price list Innumerable heurtnlrk husbands. The j 10.000 average citizen tluds It Imtmssthtu to Swrrt potato and tomato plants. Parker Furmi, Moultrie, Ga. convince bis wlfo and daughter and other female relatives that the electric Juice costs money, nnd so his homo la lllumlnnteil from basement to garret every night. Few women remember tu At a meeting of the Stockholders turn off the light after having It turned on. If I drop dead of heart falluro of the adjustable Sight Oil Feeders, held In Wednesday night, ' one of thesu ilu)s. It will lie when look ing over the electric light bill. Id the Feb. 9th., the stockholders represent log more than s old days" the stock "Oh, bother tho old days, nnd the were present nnd voted to disolve young days, nnd tho middle-agesaid corporation. days!" cried Mrs. J sines worthy. All persons having claims against said corporation present claim by That Dtpenda. March 12th 1021. my dour fellow, ww "Yoa know, A. D. Joseph, Sect. renlly gain by our trials In life." 2 Tliut depends on the kind of lawyer yuu employ." Get busy, keep busy. Is your Job unsafe? Is it permanent? You He Start id Crly. want a life lonjf business? You ran Mozart began composing at an ear- get into such u business, selling- more lier age than nuylMidy else on record than 137 Wutkins produce direct At four ho was exhibited aa an Infant to farmers If you own uuto or team prodigy, und at five he composed concertos. Whet) he was eleven be wrote or can get one; If you arc under SO and can give bond with personal aa upera bouffe. Wo back you with big sureties. selling helps; 62 years In business; Co-e- d at the Start, Of the three oldest university In 20,000,000 users of our products. weatern Europe Salerno, Itologna and Write for Information where you can Paris two weru open from (he Oral get territory. J. K. Watklna Co., to women. Thuse were Balerao tad Department 111, Winona, Minn. Hologoa. J-'(J.17-1S-h1.) In timothy hay. days," re-lho I I ., .1 I in ti .......it e. ('.''J (.) . FOH SALK- :- Plenty of No. 1 Phene 44. John T. HkK ti hit brass-mounte- 1 away-backe- d old-tim- n Notice. 2-- ' Frost Proof Cabbage Plants. , pos-ethlc- I ' e, 2-- 2 Notice. two-third- d 24-3- L The Central Record. Lancastei , Ky Thursday Men 10, 92 1 a where diamonds are found In consid7,.120,0U erable number there must he n 'France' 3,017,071,777 often lead to "chimney," explained Mr. I ji Vnrre. i Great llrilinn 1.877,000,000 Sought By 3 Venture- "There in no telling definitely whore Greece 48,230,020 PNEUMONIA MflU.a0O.l7U, thc.GuHinn 'rhimne' Is located, but Italy . Dnn't trifle with cither a we men In find It nml basing our Liboml some Americans. S.000,000 cough ii r cold en the cheat I.UN(JAHl)IA Is recognized jcpertntions m.mor tlwn upeeuln-tion- . Rumanht 3i,0(W.(M)0 i ns the greatest remedy ever Miti'y at data collected by Itu4n Diamond pfelJt Of. Unrivaled Rlth. mt,7a.7o ottered for the relief of such other enpiereni nnd praspectwrs, m SerWa S6,TSe.t05 Are Objective In Hrlllili condition. It nctinn is swift well m my irn obeervnUeiw, Imli-eet-e nml certain, good for nny kind Guiana Queit. Umi it is within n eertnln nren of rough nnd bronchial trouble. Tatnl IO.TIMXMOh Once ued you will never acnear the vnetueln berder." The Hrltlan Treenwrerr hit made free cept n substitute. It l New York; Two young AmerJ-icun- i He aded that the .iiinllty of pafMenta in the principle account f from onintes and mfe for chilniiiltMl from thlx iort for .South taken from the ncinKr where some-thifiiVe 2M mlllhsti diHinrs, dren. The beit druggist from (America to search for n vnit store of , his partf will work polnkn to a "elrlm-noy- " the French knee paid seosethiinr Ceast to CtMMt sell nml recom. ,I ' I .... - II . i ill liny n e.iuii- IX NC A It 1)1 A. mend Mill t.t. nuiii'iu rci in nc in uir H.I.U.. as rich or richer than thuse sf been, ben, on tho etner hand, our iHittle toddy nnd nut It squarc-lnry'" sf the dkmbml deposits if the Hfftlh African liiTfnnd fields. foreiirn debtrm, with the cxeeption 110c nnd $1.20 In the tet. llrltlah Guinnn. At Georgetown, tins Animal which will he taken for mi (ireat Brittan, hare boon forced to bet tie. capital of tho llritWi pwmwloif, they i,l-- H'ashinjrttiM i(ia;ical CSnrdon ask f ' r time in the mntUr of inter FOR SALE 11V will be joined by n third adventure-Mim- e imlude tnp r. ii i. Htrrs, jmruars and est payments .aaaf, strikina a rough McROHERTS DRUG STORE. ' American who has nutrltted In irnkey.. n anety of trof-ir- balance, it may bo amitl that juat Pari. ' Hirda about as maeh money hi ewlnf in the ' Th cxpedHlmi l tinilor the pat-- j agRrerate aa to shown in tho table m l In lie under- - mnage of Th untr IlHrmnl University nnd printed above. We the SfalthsenMn institute 'ef Wash-- j 1 n jerid f r'''!.iutment. irumir Now wbat art tho ehanees of our tnt n the flrt inttton. for which it will curry en hnvf ;roirrti'd Kowrnment Veinr paid? On the trrugraphicnl vxpJoratioao. William I Re!ief--25- c. whole they are rood. Great Rritian J lVnrre. Jr., n Harvard reMunle ran aruf will pay us to the tent sunt, .. f ltlf. heaak tho party, mm! hi fel- N.lur.'a H.mdy (NP T.b!), Are includinir interest. Tho lronb neve M. S. MacOotmU!, Helping Theuaanila Who Tried Ci w explorer, nre n iriioil rep u tattoo for pnyinff ther pentiva Thinct Wiiheut Result. I ima. Lewis, Ohio, and Medley K"s Cuaranlted. debts, hut In tkht case Prance doe HATFIELD Springfield, Mae. TlMjr expect to TI- -t u nrrvwM, nf not runaMer her Amorican debt in lr lhdirmllnn f exactly tho same Unt a deee Great spend more Own n year in the Jungle. human (mat. Ih DENTIST Miration rt iKMinohmenl lii - de nn attempt te follow the fruea It and h elir.in..ii.ii ,( wiule. Krunce believe Ilritian that she Office over The Garrard Hank. Iwr dMiii ml awrlmUatliM tcitttered depoAtn of precious stones riXMNa failure to il.in full rwuiMi-m- it mod- - u greater coMtriheliwi in the Itealdenc 370. errral hundred mitee through tangPhone. OWk. S. ihi.( In turn nftan from war than any ether nation, nad many tnMIM LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. led reptile infested wilderness to Miemla. tmtwvrrbliOTt rlim nail vrmkwaaa. I of her statesmen believe that both n mMM etc ot 'their source, lent; known to exist an ft nuller Kagland and America should reduce potBO'.e lh ll)r. tummn vMaHly. ulltak imewhere in the kill country, but dMIniMl the rrr nt realalfliHM IB their financial claims upon the litanwe discovered, Um expedition will ut rosinir iuhI lad IQh. ike i leimw)t French Treasurer?. Kailine; in this, ticrr rerhiiia IllH'Umali.m lu to mm take obsorvnlhma nf tho iiliertarinnl the French undotilHediy expect tat nt e44mlm with Exclusive. inhabitant nnd KdKieol features tten, lallufe t the prcM rHUIa iwabr make (iemviny, out ef her reparation ct rid -- f to uf th tuuntry, as well a captnre Hell line cannot t rsirertxl to Optometrist specimens ef native wild animal for Ike any HMallcMm that Ulla lII. warreet iwymenu. Uke care of n eoneider-nbt- e hbmMmmi rmpi.naiel part of her American nnd Engfr Coael nny rewiaaU Mrnn mcl to rll lish debt. We might a well face Vtmt as IUinl( of iheumatu- twin DANVILLE, - KENTUCKY. 'the .SmilhaeNmn Inetitute. t rbewmatle Uun Ii to rumnln the fart, therefore .that Hcfuro hut dvimrture en the Bratur succeas In On tMlr? Opposite Gilchcr Hotel. e Uheraba, Mr. zilian steamer, 7tiNik f lhl. tt rwikklns tha aie-- rr in rollrctinir frejn France largely deOffice llotiri H to 12 and I lo S p.m. of Nsture'a R.m.ay INK TWts) e outlined detail ef the pends ajaen Prance's success in Imi In so Hwnr km ether project. Though still In ranllNr lia faUed. ThmieaniU aro from Germany. uatns NR TaUta every day and ratbis twenties the young exidorcr has tier rrlief. Why mv Ate r ten The Italian debt is probably the thnea as much fir uniwtaln intent Imrompnnied three expntltleits to A tte U i'f Nitura'a Rtmcd I.VIl most loubtulf iay of the la or South nnd Central Ameriea, ineiud-lull- Taelela), (Wiilaui. nt; vnuush tn lut claims. Italy ewes ui $1,004,000-00- 0 yoe, hetn tenlr-nn difllrult mitMnn into the henrt on prinviwl acceent, plus a MINCRAL DIRECTOR muat rite you rniM relief a n't Mt u hothlnr lstartory ber.ill r Amirs. jof the Oftlce Over National Hank. Nature's rttmtd la not only far number ef millions In deferred inAfter provteiena nre provided nt Ike relief of rlieunutUm. terest. True, Italy has a claim on It Residence I'Iioim X OIHce Phone 27 Geort;etwn the dire.tKn. lu.i the liver, will expttlltian Austria in the way of reparation, Ini-- !. kidney nnd U'Wtl I ANPASTFIt KY beard n en nee huubet with a tba nod rleuiiMn tha but Austria is insolvent, and the crew of n descw te twenty enramen Htnlkiiioa Yu'te tried the ctixmalvo chances ef Italy collecting anything and ilod"r. ww make lh nnd laUircrs, nnd bein iu journey source nre mere than rial teat You'll crtfreeUlta thK time Ju.t Irv l Naturt's nmd (Nil from that I up the Kasequibn River, iwMiric out TaMetal la fold ruarnlit-r- l and doubtful. This Italian elnim is of of the nrea settled by white men in rtojuuueuJtJ 1 yjur ilrucslsL doubtful value, and should, we think, McROHERTS DRUG STORE. in few ilnys' paddlinc. After that tt VETERINARIAN. be placed en that part of the lmlger to which "suspended aceeunta" are Call An.Kiltil I'rompllr ' Hay m will penetrate the tropical jungle en tirely on its own reJurcelT usually assigned. Night. Thou J17 headquarters in the IvUablMdntr Hcigium owes us SAO million dollars. Krsrucio prairie country 170 miles up the i.an ash That gallant littte country is MnMruni River, which empties Into Kctt.nif on her feet, but the Evening the Kurqulbo, the diamond hunters Post, for one, woud be plasd to see TREES! TREES! will beein work on the alluvial lands that claim wiped out. Russia owes PLANTING. bordering on streams on the Kuntern FOR SPRING us only 1G7 million dollars. She WRITE FOR OUR FREE watershed of the Sierra I'acaralmn owes France 4 billions, including old CATALOG OFFKRINC. Claims. Mountains, which separate llrituhl r bonds and Grent Ilritian FRUIT AND SHADE TREES (ulana from Yrnzuela, So much has "been said nnd writ-clai- nearly 3 billions. International SHRUBS BLOOMING The area in which the expedition of the United States that it tinnncicrs believe that these debu FRUITS SMALL will operate has been known since ten recently relative to the foreign will be paid some day with Interest. GRAPE VINES the middle of the last century as a may lie worth while to state exactly A case not yet, but soon. Evening PERENNIALS rich diamond field, altlAiugh Its what they amount to, nnd discuss Post. EVERGREENS nnd the prevalence of briefly the possibilities of realizing HEDGING tropical diseases have served to ilia upon them. ROSES courage prospecting, by white men. From April 24, 1917, to November ETC. Thousands of carats of the gems, 15, 1020, the net credits measured Everything for the orchard, said to be as une a any in the world in dollar, extended by the United For Expectant Motherss lawn ami garden. No agents. hoMcVer, are taken iut annually by States Treasurer to foreign governThree H. F. HILLENMEYER & SONS negro miners employing premltlvc ments were as follows: Ilelgium methods. $349,214,407 mii m aooaiir Lexington, Ky. m saar. r.ic IMO-lO-pevery spot Cuba 10,000,000 "Somewhere near sasntia Sisuuiol CS Dirt. J O. Aiuai. Ga. Ciccho-Slovnkl- I Coughs and Colds VAST GEM .. Pure, Rich Blood Will Keep Your Body Vigorous and Healthyj When impurities creep Into your y Mood tho first symptoms fro a loss of nppotltc, followed by a gradual lessening of cntrgy, tho system becomes weaker day by flay, until you feci yourself on the verge of a breakdown. Nearly everybody needs a few bottles of S. S. S the great vegetable blood remedy, to clcanio out nil- imparities aiiout twice a year. It Li uu excellent Idea to talus this usu-nll- to-d- I i ites r n 1 y precaution to keep tho system la a vigorous condition so as to mors easily rcilit disease to which cvtry one Is subject. S. S. S. Is without dn equal as n general tonic nnd system builder. It improves tho appetite and gives now strength and vi taltty to both old and younjr. Full information and valuablo literature can bo had by writing to swiit apccir.c co icq bwul xm- oratory, Atlanta, Go. ai -- Rheumatism -- CITIZENS CAPITOL $50,000.00 NATIONAL BUNK. 5 g IS ' OF LANCASTER KENTUCKY. Corner Public Square and Danville Street. Jne SURPLUS $00,000.00 WE STRIVE TO SERVE. - . ' mi- -' J. L. G. Davidson, Cashier. L. Gill, Asst. Cnshier, Wm, F. Miller, Asst. Mrs. N. H. Hamilton, Teller and Book-keepe- r. Cnshicr J.J.Byrne DIRECTORS II. P. Hud n, Pres J. J. Walker, L. - Walker, Shirley S. G. Gibbs. I- Hudun, J. W. P. Champ, W. Sweeney . ON ROLL OF HONOR DEPOSIT MERE AND SAVE YOUR MONEY. Irtler-rrrrn- ali4 - The Finest Lsngusce. The finest Hnauaw Is chiefly made up of unlntrHnltig words. Georgt Be Swift. nwiit, dear heart, in loving, For time is brief, And thou may'st soon along life's hips way Keep step with grief. He , ndven-turesom- Eliot J. A.Beazlev s' lar-m- i.t ea fjtn Mo-h- I Or. Prirrtus Walker ' r H&rTiSCllamH Our Foreign ' pre-wa- MOH MEND ' Isei It d. llt Ieieiatiins "City of Spindles." ThU Is n name k.epwtarly eiven tc I.imell, Mass, which Is nne of tlx lnryet cotton mnnufneiiirlns towns It He swift, denr heart, I In. saying the Unlteil S In toe. The kindly word: When ears are sealed, thy pasA Dllmm. sionate pleading Iluster. three years olo, saw a horse walking itewn Ibe street the other day. Will not be heard. He bad never een one that was not httclted to a wn unN, and was greatly He swift, dear heart. In doing astonleiiml, wiylns: "Oh. muvver, The gracious deed, here's n nre 'tint's broke off." I.est soon they whom thou holdcst dearost But She Didn't Cnjoy It With reference to the recent divorce Re past the need. suit In which the wife told the Judge sho married her husband so that sho Be swift, dear heart, In giving could enjoy his b'nthttlb, n comvpond-en- t The rare sweet flower, wngslshly reuinrki thnt the huskept her In hot Nor wait to heap with blooms the band sivins to have casket water all right Hosioti Transcript. In some sad hour. High Cost ef Flirting. Mrs. Use "Your new but Is lovely, Dear heart, be swift In loving-T-ime my dear, ltut $75. 1 thought yoif spe'edcth on; snld you were going to gut u much And all thy chance of blessed service cheaper one." Mm. Wye "Well, I Will soon be gone. was, but my bushand wns with me E. A. Lcntc. when I saw hi in lllrtlng with one and of the salesgirls I took this $73 hat "There Is a subtle force lurking In Just for revenge." Hton Transcript every smile," says a noted writer. We know It. We're married, and It Child's Idea of Rain. Children nre not naturally Irrever- j pries our pockctbook open every ent, though they sometimes say things I time. A that rather shock the grown-ups- . It is snld. to be Henry Ford's amlittle ItriKiklliic girl of flvo waa asked by her playmnte what caused the rain bition to furnish every family in the and she replied In perfect Innocence, United States with an automobile. "Don't you know! It's when God Is Good! We're In a receptive mood, taking n hart and (cTflashrs tho water Transcript. Henry. Send us a Packard. out over the tub." Hoston ' IT Good v Tobacco Bringing Good NO MARKET FOR INFERIOR OR DAMAGED TOBACCOS. Prices ' ,4; ' 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. A 1 Garrard ' Tobacco , Warehouse LANCASTER, Co. KY. CAMPBELL STREET. Incorporated. Tandy Quisenberry, Starter. Geo. Brown, Floor Mgr. The Central Record, Lancaster. Ky., Thursday Mch 10. 1921 Look MB, FARMER We arc headquarters for GENUINE VULCAN PLOWS Cutting Harrows, Corn Planters, Corn Drills, and all repairs. We are In a position to save you money. Give us a call. CONN BEOS. "LIVE AND LET LIVE FOLKS." IE 3G 3F1F1 CC DC judgment U now open to the Imu.J W.Uy. $1.50 Y.r. tobneco growers of Kentucky. Judge It. V. IJinKhnm PayabU in Advance. of Louisville, owner, publisher J. E. ROBINSON. Editor. the Couricr-JotirR. L .ELKIN. Local Editor and ilgr, nnd editor of nnd Times has ottered Entered at the Tost Office in Punishment To Fit. his services to this large body Ky., as Mall Some people advocate jail to assist them and of people Matter. to lead their fight and has the sentences for those' who con LaBcastcT, ., March 10, 1921 of Mr. Bernard spire against the government. M. Haruch in this undertaking. But it is doubtful if that is the Fomcn Ad.rrti.ioa RfprrMntAri.. The undertaking is of sufici-en- t best policy, or even one that THE AMEHICAN PRESS AS50C1AT10N magnitude to require the will produce satisfactory re suits. Ratti For Political Announctraants. ability of Judge Bingham and Drastic action is necessary .For Precinct nnd City Offices. .f 5.00 Mr. Baruch to handle. in such cases, but it should be 10.00 For County Offices The happiness, success and For State and District Offices. .15.00 future welfare of so many action that will relieve us of .10 For Calls, per line the presence of the plotter in For Cards, per lino . .. .10 people being dependent upon stead of merely depriving him the tobneco business must and For all publications in the interdoes challenge the deep inter- temporarily of his liberty. est of individuals or expresIn nearly every case these sion of individual views, per est of a man of Judge Bingplotters come to us uninvited line 10 ham's heart. His ofTer to as.05 Obituaries, per line sist, if not to lead, is purely from Rome foreign shocc unselfish and prompted alone Since they do not approve of by his desire for the well the manner in which we manAnnouncements. age our own affairs, the logical We are authorized to announce, being of those dependent upcourse would be to send them tho candidacy of K. V. Puryenr to on this grent industry. succeed himself in the office of Judge Binghnm not only has back to the countries from Attorney for this disthe business ability to handle whence they came. They trict, subject to tho action of the this matter, but being in con- may find conditions more to Democratic Primary. August G, 1921. trol of the two great news- their liking in the hotbeds from papers of the South he is in whence they lied. Foreigners who are willing The Hope Of The a position to render the necesto become productive assets in sary services, to work out Tobacco Interests project and bring success the this country are welcome. to Dangerous liabilities are not The elaborate undertaking the tobacco interests over the wanted. recently made to orgn'nize the organized buying interests, Burley tobacco interests in which hns ruined the prices in As The Editor Sees It. Kentucky and to accomplish: the past. We urge the tobac-a- n When a man exhibits exorngnized reduction in the ' co growers of Kentucky to traordinary intelligence and production hns resulted in a take notice of this generous complete failure. We have offer by the editor of the progressiveness the world looks up to him as a man among no doubt but the low average Courier-Journand Times price received for tobneco dur- nnd to seize the opportunity. men. His fnther comes in for good share of credit for ing the season that is about to We are not fully advised as a having produced such a son. close will have the effect to to the plans that may be ofdiscourage the growers to the fered, but we are willing to The mother is genqrnlly forextent of greatly reducing the follow the lead of Judge gotten. Women usually are, Binghnm nnd offer him our where credit is to be given. crop in 1921. And yet it is the mother who But tho tobneco growers hand and influence ns far as brings him into tho world need not be deceived in a faint the same may reach, ami exhope that the production will press it as our opinion that who is his constant teacher be cut sufficiently to make any the growers of Garrard Coun- from infancy to maturity material difference in the fu- ty will follow his leadership who starts him on the road ture average prico f this crop. when the matters are present- which he travels with such distinction nnd success. There is practically but one ed to them. Women have never been acbuyer and the price will there-forcorded their just dues in this be according to the Just A Little Sermon. world. It will be many years wishes of the managers of the Here is n true story of every before they ever receive them, trust. although each one brings us a So vital to the prosperity bf day life that contains a sermon for every adult person in this little closer to the goal. this section of Kentucky is the Man is quick to take but continued success of the tobac- town. slow to give. Two families lived side by co growers that every far seeWoman wnits for her own. ing person must concede that side. One home was childless. n complete orgnnizntion of In the other were two little Dont cut down a tree, no the industry must be had at an boys. matter how small jt may be, The younger was as sweet unless it is absolutely ncco.ss-arearly date or results of a serious nature will necessarily as ever child was made, and American forests .are come. What is the remedy? was petted nnd coddled by the rapidly disappearing and it will Plnns of organization have neighbors. The older felt his require many years to produce been suggested from various isolation keenly, but said little. others in their stead. The sources and individuals and He became morose and excessive costs of lumber is nnd was a trial to his due par.tly to the scarcity of societhi have undertaken to lead the growers, ull doomed parents. trees and to the increasing to miserable failure. One day the younger one difficulty of marketing those Sufficient to say at this time died, and the neighbors that remain. Foreign governthat the growers were not ments cultivate their forests as satisfied with tho plans or the But there was no petting for carefully as we do our crops, lenders, as the ense may be. the remaining boy, because he but we in America have yet to Hut the opportunity in our hud not been petted during the learn the wisdom of this. nl Lan-caste- The Central ' Record Yap Is a little Island with nco iiiu i nia uroincr. no, too, A DA Y 'SCA NDI grieved, 'but his disposition did little name, yet it looms largo ui 73 not change. upon the international horizon. The neighbor sat in his The council of tho league of COST REDUCERS RECOMMENDED PI to home one night thinking of the nations, breaking faith with future of the remaining child. Mr. Wilson, hns handed it over X He wondered if he had been to Japan, although its pos FOR YOUR TABLE quite fair with it, and conclud- session is vital to American cj FLOUR W ed that he had not. cable interests. The best mnde from the highest Rrndo The next time he saw the When a nation founded tip pi of wheat. little fellow he was kind and on honor deals with other na CORN MEAL gentle with him. He gave tions where honor is a second Ground from selected corn, nnd nn exH H him the same attention he had ary consideration, it should cellent hcnlth producer. to given his brother, and con not feel surprised when double BREAKFAST CEREALS tinned that course from day to crossed. Can be prepared in numerous way and' day. Neither should It conce I make nn excellent morning meal. Soon he detected a chnnge, billions of dollars worth of war NAVY BEANS P3 nnd In the course of a few come whining around of their Those old reliable favorites that never months there was a wonderful inability to pay. Pi fnil. transformation. The morose-ncs- s Remember Yap. The end to HOMINY gradually disappeared is not yet. Rich in nutrition nnd should be more X ' generally used. was replaced by a sunny and disposition. PANCAKE FLOUR O Ready mixed for those delicious Not all due to the neighbor, j of course, but it had its effect. to It aided in removing the gloom ZJ w H W that clouded the infantile II I! O! brain nnd brought his better Pi qualities to the surface. As Spring scorns to bo near, the 7i There are little children school children feci the need of out around lis of this community door exercises would be beneficial to each day. They are as sensi them in their school work, so they Baptist Church Notes skating as their now tive to inditrerence and neglect have taken up BETTER THAN TOBACCO outdoor sport. , Sunday morning Rev I. V. ns the boy whose story we The Lyceum mumber given here of Russia, will speak on the have told. Inst Friday night was a very Ku, subject "What is the Matter with SINGLEfCOMB BROWN What are we doing to put musical program nnd well attended Russia?" Mr. Neprash is a grand- the sunshine of happiness into The members of the company were rn of one of the leading universities had of Russia, and graduates disnntKdnted as their costume their lives? from the)?! LEGHORN EGGS not arrived, but we feel sure that the ltaptist Theological Seminary, atl What are you doing? M1SSHOLL ESlJ k o o z u Lancaster flap-jack- s. Currey & Gulley. Nrp-rnh- wsaiaNVDs.AvavnoHssiMifl r, Second-Clas- s I-- .......... ! al e, Dennis V SnApp. Held Secretary of the Methodist Church, South, a success. will be. hero Sunilay, March 13th , and will deliver an address Sunday Senior Nws. morning on "Sunday School Work" The Senior Claw U progressing and also an address Sunday evening rapidly in French, having finished on "Kpworth League Work." reading l.'abbc Conttantln, they are Kvery member of the church taking now the French play, Lc earnestly solicited to be present is Voyage de Monsieur Perrichan after which they hope to read another be fore the end of the term. We aro deeply grateful for the The Laboratory work of the Phy. kindness shown us during the Illness' sirs Class is real interesting espec- and after the death of our sister.' ially for the boys a the experi- to the many friends and neighbors! ments are dealing with electricity. who were so thoughtful and faith We are wondering why Martha ful all the time. Malcom TilleU. Ward seems so happy this week, she comes to school with a smile Probably on her face every day. event that some it is due to happened last week-end- . Professor lloyd has given a bas ball and but to the girls of each We have room in High School. not yet organized a team but hope to soon. Rules for playing baso ball for the girls have been order ed but have not yet come. When wc- - get them we hopo to orga&lx a team and play some real ball and think wc will enjoy it Very much. has The Lancaster High School been practicing base ball for the repast week or two. The fir gular meeting "if the base ball boys will bo held Wednesday afternoon Thu Ipse ball capin the school. tain nnd manager will be elected. The two coaches will bo John and Jack Whittakcr. fine team. Mr. Paul Stapp was in Franksaid it he fort Inst Saturday, brought back tender memories of the past. Crlnt and Groans "Why don't you Miss Robinson stop ut tho end of tho sentence, don't you know what a period means?" Luther Rich "It means a rest the state can beait. A lllble Course will be taken and will be taught by lira. Strather. The directors are Mr. (1. H. Mill er, Prof. Hoyd, ami .Mr. a, u. Joseph. The officer are President, President, Morrow, Vice aul Samuel Klliott and Secretary Treas., Much is expected Clyde Holtidaw. of this club with such a good start and every' bey is In,, for making it Louisville in April. In a short time Kev. Neprash returns to Russia to become president of a llnpttst Theo. Ili-Club. logical Seminary to be erected there. Sec Mr. II. O. Miller. State Ill-This service is for the purpose f retary, visited the school last rn- enlightening and interesting Chris Club. lay nnd organised a 'lli-- i tian people in the Master work, and t one hundred per cent This club there will be no special collection.! , compeed of every being The choir will render special music. School boy. This ts u record High and Mrs. RumcII llrwwn will .lm- which very few, if any schools in solo. We invite all who can to be study Hl-Y- next number will be up to the stan dard. 'a ' 5" 16 for $1. 100 for $5Cash 3 .1 Hrlngin a load of Tobacco and and trade It for eggs. ERLE C. FAKRA Ilox 13. Lancaster. Ky - - aseneti4Enwnv!nMn.-nv1vM.-..M-" Ii "' present and expect a large audience On Saturday preceedlng Knater, the Udles AM Society of the llap-- . tut church will have an exchange in town. Lverything good to eat may be had In nbundanre. , For Up-To-Da- tc Methodist Church Notes Plumbing, Heating, Guttering, Roofing, Repairing, and all kinds of Tin Work SEE OR IMIONE Card Of Thanks. P, B, Ijincaster, Ky Quick Service and Good Work i SPECIAL PRICES OLIVER PLOWS . $15.00 DISK HARROWS $48.00 but I ain't tired." y. self-wille- d, "Nancy, spell Robinson needle." Nancy "n e I d u ." "Miss Robinson "Why, them is no I in needle." Nancy "Well. If there ain't, it is a bad needle.'1 Miss 1 Oliver No. 20 left hand points 50 cents. Headquarters for Blind Bridles, Collars, and Plow Gears. Kugene, Mr. Strothur "Why, don't you know it is wrong to fish on Sunday?" Kugene Cochran "1 am not 'fishing, I am only teaching this worm to swim." Miss Ueard-"How HASELDEN BROS. do you man- ufacture Ice?" Henry "Ily freeilng water." The Central Record, Lancaster Ky. Thursday, Men 10, 92 I. 1 We have on display now for the discriminating public a complete line or SPRING MILLINERY AND NOTIONS. You are cordially invited to inspect same. Ilev, and Mrs. Harry Hudson have mother, Mrs. Luther (ilbbs In enter-- J returned from a stay with relative talning. ThU wn one of the prct-- j In Flemlngnhurg. tlest parties of the spring season nnd nil were loud In their praise , Ml Suln Tribhle will leave Satof the splendid nccdion nlTordcd Training then) by urday to enter the Nunes the graciou hostess, School, In (.ouisville. Scott-Poynt- cr. Mis Sutic Williams, one of our popular exchange girls, i taking her Miss Kllen Onenl Scott, daughter vacation at her home in London. of Mrs. Sallle Scott of Lincoln coun ' ty nnd Mr. William Henry I'ontcr Mis Snllie Lutz wn the guest were married In Danville Monday In of Mr. and Mrs. Ceorgv Smith at I o'clock, the Ilev. Madi Itlchmend for a few dny last week. son Hart, saying the ceremony in hij Mr. Thuruui Currcy has returned home, only a few friend being pre-- 1 from n visit to her daughter, .Mrs. ent. F. D. Cnlnes and Mr. Cnlncs In DanThe tiride is a very charming girl, beautiful of character nnd sweet of ville. temperament. She wore n becoming' Mr. W, I I.uvaoh ha returned suit of blue with hot to match, and! from Mnrtintvllle, where he spent her corsage wn of sweet pea and I much lilies several week. He is very of the valley. She n very'' Improved. popular girl and her going away will ' Miss F.dna ilcrkelc, who teaches cause much regret by her host ofl in I'nducnh, wn called home by the friend, being a fine .young woman' death of her grandmother, Mrs. Mary in every way a well n n good house, DEAN keeper. The mnny friend who have Mulllns llerkele. watched her around the home cheerMIm Kiln Mne McKinnuy, who fully bear testimony. ReThere are Famous Film guest of few if nny finer young women than has been the attractive MIm Sum Tribute ha returned to MIm hllon and the mnn who ha won veals The her home In Kichmund. her for hi helprante 1 heartily congratulated. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. (Srigg nnd two Beauty Secret. Mr. I'oynter I a business mnn, belittle daughter, l.eota and Marie ing a drugght of London, Ky., and were guest of Mr. and Mr. W. II. "Kvery woman mny assuredly have those who have met him here nre Culley, in lincnster Saturday very much impressed with him nnd a benutiful complexion," says Miss feel that hi bride ha chosen wisely. Denn. "First be sure to use n face Mr. Joe Walker pave a dinner Immediately after the ceremony powder of unquestioned purity, one party Saturday at her home on Lex- they left for an extended trip Includ-- that npplies smoothly nnd clings to ington avenue. The table was dec- Ing Washington, D. C, Philadelphia,' the face. I keep my complexion orated in spring (lower nnd a delict-ou- t New York City and Fin. and after j clear and fresh by using Vanity Fnlr I consicourse dinner served. their return will at onco go to house- -' face powder ami crcames. exkeeping in the nice home he has al-- l der Vnnily Fnlr Crentlons most Mr. Herbert Kill nml two chil- ready fitted up quisite. Vnnity Fair Toilet Crea for his bonnie bride, dren, of North CnroHnn, ate exMay thoir lives be one of blissful tions are sold by leading druggists. pected thi week for a visit to her peace nnd happiness i the wish of If not by your write Vanity Fair parents, Mr, and Mr. Arch Company, Memphis, Tenn. L..1- ! f uivir mnny iricmi. on Danville avenue. Miss L. Stephens' will be at our store Friday and Saturday, March Exchange Mr. and Mr. John Hartsook, of 11th. and 12th., nnd will be glad to Indianapolis, have been spending n There will be an exchange at show you anil demonstrate the goods. (Snrrnrd county, having Mcltoberts' Drug store, conducted by few days in Stormes Drug Store. been cnlled by the death of Mrs. the Juniors of the Christian church, FIUST THOUGHT IN DRUGS Hartsook' grandmother, Mrs. Mary next Saturday afternoon. Kvery-- j KENTUCKY. LANCASTER, Hcfkele. thing good to eat can be bought forj It. M4onnry a small sum. The young Womnn' BBBBBBBf4BBBl PEOPLF. FOR WHOM THE I1EST IS NONE GOOD TOO Arc always the most enthusiastic concerning the excellence of our DRY CLEANING AND DYEING We have one of the most Remodeling Departments in tfie country. Furs transformed into the mode very quickly Men' and women's garment altered In any way desired. We dye fur skin nnd remodel them In any way. We tailor mk men or ltdiet' lulls $50.00 up. Latett ttylet. 025-027 efficient FRANCIS-SWIT- H Steam, Hot PLUMBING Water and Furnace Heating TEASDALE WALNUT STREET CINCINNATI, OHIO. daily at Currcy and Fresh Roll (iulley's. PRICILLA FOR SALK: Ford Touring car, in first clns condition. (.1 ROOFlNti, GUTTERING Shop Phone 69. c. d. McCarthy Lexington St. Mr. vititor SHEET METAL WORK. STOVE AND RANGE REPAIRING. Star, 10 2t) G. C. Wnlker. Valuable FOR SALK: Globe range in first class condition. 0 3t.) Mr. Hnyden Lcavclt. (3-1- Lancaster, Ky. j Gossip About People A Mrs. Lucy Uallew i spending sev-erweek with her itter, Mr. Arch Walker, on Richmond avenue. al FOR SALK: Nice team of maro mules, six years old, good workers, sound and ready for use. About 15 hands high and well built. George I). Robinson. (3.10 3U I 1 Mr. and In Frl Sutton, Mr. Lan-drn- Mr. Clay Sutton were tA.I Hollo al tht Comintt nd Lexington Tuesday. been Mis Sue Moore, who ha spending two week here, hn re. turned to her home In Danville. TENANT WANTED: A man to rnise six acres of tobacco ami about 2o acre of corn. He must furnish team and tool.. Will provide grass Good seven for team nnd cows. W. K. Lcavell, room house. Lancaster, Ky. R. 1. We are still trlmlng our priccn nnd not our customers, selling many thing at cost ami some for Irs. Come In and get your share. Wo can mend your tin and granite wrc while you wnit. R .J. Mount and Co. Knva-naug- h, - Mr, cent In Cloy Hamilton has been a "iUor in Danville. M Mr. J. Storm' week. Mr. and Mr. ltobert Kmbry and of I,cxlngton. were gueat Sunwnt n vMter day of Mr. and Mr. W. T. West. re- sen, Islington this Mr. II. V. iUotin Ml Mondy Frnnkfrt n a IniMnr trip. 1r Mr. V. S. Howling wn enllctl to Richmond n account of the illness of her father, Mr. John Langtitn. Mr. nml Mr. Wm. Smith pent the Society ef the Christian church at day Mn4ay wttk thtrir ton, Mr. and their regular meeting gnve a social There will be a 'meeting of the Mitt hJMiii lion, of HryanUvtlte, Mrs. Ilufrd Smith on Judten pike. hour complimentary to Mrs. H. V. lor stockholders of the Masonic Huild-In- g Inttin who is soon to leave In Laneattrr Saturday. wnt a vhltor Mr. W. H. Mason and Ml Sue Frankfort. Associntion, March 30th., 1021 Saturday the Shell)) Mnwin spent nt seven I. M., to be held nt Joseph's Mr. PVhor Herring ha returned Mr ami Mr. (1. C. Greer. Mis K. Csok in Danstore. Kach stockholder is requestfrom a v4lt to relative In Lexlng-te- guest of Mrs. W. Sue Shelby Mason ami Mr. J. K. ed to be present. ville. Lexington Tuesday Turner were in A. I). Joseph, Acting Sect'y. Mr. ami Mr. Wm. Griggs and two evening where they went to witne returned Mr. Joanna IUM h 0 .It.) with the Musical Comedy, "Irene" at from a vlsk to her daughter In Stan- Utile daughter spent Sunday Mr and Mr. Wm. M. the oprea house, also Mr. and Mr. her parent, ford. In Richmond Mr. Wm. Griggs w Monday, It being Court day. Notice. S. C. Rhode Notice n. (3-1- An examination will be held at the My Red are of the highest qual-itoffice County Tax CommiMioncr's Hrcd from my State Fair dinat the Court House in Lancaster, laying strain. Eggs Ky., March 11th., 11)21, beginning ners. Good at 0 o'clock A. M., for all applicants for hatching, $2.00 for 15 and up. and candidates for office of Tax Cockerels for sale $3.00 each. W. A. Ramsey, Commissioner of Gnrrard county. Paint Lick, Ky. Route No. 2. G. C. Walker, County Attorney. (3- - 10 St. pd.) It. Island Reds. y. Mr. W. K. Cook, week-end nt tin of Dnnvlllr, with rolntivc in Smith. tanoattcr. hI MUt SaWe I.ou Myers ha return (rem a visit to the MImcv Roys-teIn Mr .and Mr. J. H. Dean, of visitors rard county, were week-enof Mr nml Mr. Sam Dunvan in llurgln. Gard n, Mr. Foley and MIm Mary Tillctt, who have been spending a few. days Mr, ilstlle Dunlap hat been a here, have roturned to their home vititor sf hrr sister, Mr. Atha in Lexington. .Marktliury. re-rr- Dunn, In Danville Blktn ami children Maien, Mr. W. It. Cook and MIim have roturned from a visit to rela- Sue Shelby Mason were vititor in tive in Lexington. Lexington Wednesday. Mr. Carlton Mr. K. U Owsley, Mr. W. H Mr. Ira HoltxcJaw, of Danville, it Mr ami Mr. Tnyler Hurdette, of the guest of Mr. Harry Anderson, Danville, attended the funeral of on Stanford avenue, Mrs. Mar)' Mulllns Herkele in Lnn cntter Sunday afternoon. M. Trcadway, of I'alnt Mr. (5, MIm Kllrsibeth Anderson ha returned from Cincinnati and will have charge of the trimming department Mr. nnd Mr. Urn Woods spent tho millinery Hrtfwn' Mis wccWnd with her mother, Mr. Dora In hop. Wheeler near Danville. Mr. It. ZimnuT, who ha been sev. Mr. Huforil Smith it sutTcring a severe pain from having n tooth etui month In Ohio, hat returned to l.nnentrr and is with her daughter, extracted a week ago, Mrs. Green Clay Walker, on DanMcrs. F. D. Gaine nml D. V ville avenue, Mahan, of Danville, were in Mr. anil Mm. W. It. Hastin motor-h- I Monday on business. to Frankfort Sunday. They were Mr. Alfred Ilrent and Mr. Hob accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. II. V. Tomllnson, of Lexington, havu been Hastin, Mr. Hastin remained to begin hit duties as State Warden. recent vititor in (.ancastcr. Uck, spent Saturilny with hrr sister, Mr. Ja. G. Conn. T Mary Louise ltrown, freshMi Mr, and Mrs. Alfred Poyntcr and family spent the week end with her man of the University of Kentucky, enrolled in tho College of Arts and parents, in Lincoln county. Science, nml is gaining increasing Mis Helen lloblnion, of Lexlng-to- prominence in school activities. She who had her tonsils removed hat i an active member of the Philoso-pm- n Literary Society, Y. W. C. A., recovered much to the gratification nnd the Hotany Club. of her many Lancaster friend. n, ! (Inch RfliQ nor Sam i (!) M Auto Oil, per gallon 75cts. Auto Tires as low as $8. House Paint, per gallon $ 1 .08 International Stock Food In 25 pound bags at ou per puunu. (!) fjl jj SANDER'S VARIETY STORE I John Scott attended. One of the prettiest event of the week wn the birthduy party given Tuesday afternoon by Mr. and Mrs. Harold Scott, in honor of Matter Arthur F.nrl Scott. The houte was decorated in spring flowers ami a color xheme of yellow and white wa carried out. Deliciou refreshment were served. Those who assisted in the hospitalities were Mrs. A. T. Scott nnd Miss Sutan Jennings. Those present were Margerie and Krnnces Cecil McWhorter, Willie Ware, Christine Swope, Haxel Broad, dut, Lucy Hate, Sherley Denny, Margaret, J. it. and Arthur Karl Scott, Heattit Denny, William Carrier, James Dorman Scale, Frank Cdrtl Itobinson, Theo. McWhorter ami Cecil Sanders. Mr and Mrs. Will Lear entertained at G o'clock dinner Saturday evening in honor of Mr. and Mr. II. V. Hastin. Cover were taid for twelve. The wcllnppointed .menu wa interspersed with much merriment and mirth. Mr. Hastin received in hi usual haypy manner such wishes as the following: What n Stir in the town, When tho new went around, That Mr. Hnqtin was sentenced to tho "penn." rendered so quick Judgment wa and so fast, That not even n shallow wn cast. His friends, came to hi rescue, Hut chance for an appeal were few, For dream of a home and a mansion at that, With servant ami eats and u alary fat Is like the, "touch of a Midas" that come to few, There' hoping that all of your dream will come true. The luncheon bridge party which Mrs. J, K. Klmoro gave Wednesday at her pretty home on Lexington avenue in honor of Mr. Harrington King West and MIm Winifred West brought together a to welcome tho honor guests. The home was beautiful with lovely decorations of buttercups, each table was domed with a vase filled with them. At tho conclusion of the live course, luncheon the Interesting game was enjoyed and the pretty jirlzes were awarded. The prlro for highest score, a pink silk camisole, wa Won by MIm Helen (III and a guest prize, two hand-mad- o handkerchiefs, was given to Mrs. G. C. Greer. Mrs. Klmoro was assisted by her 30 DC DC DC WHEN SOMEBODY'S SICK don't wnnt to take a chance with the man who will take a jtuess at it, or otrer you something "just as Kootl." You know there's a vast difference in the QUALITY of drugs, and you also know that when it is a human life at stake NOTHING WILL TAKE THE PLACE OF THE BEST. You Thats Where We Come In We give you and yours the same attention in the matter of Drugs and Prescriptions we give our own llesh and blood. We are careful in compounding; we carry nothing that we are ashamed to I Our Line Is Complete n a complete line of Rubber Goods, Stationery, Perfumes, Toilet Soaps Toilet Articles, and we will back our prices against those charged for similar goods anywhere in the country. We also carry n OUR SLOGAN-SAFE- TY & SERVICE STORMES DEUa STORE. First Thought in Drugs. jj Established 1853. Phone 39. Lancaster, " rv " DC JF8 The Central Record, LancasterKy., Thursday, Mch 10, 1921 I Uncle Walk You'll Feel at Home You'll feci at home when you visit this Bnnlt, we ann-nssur- GUY. Mr. Ilolman Ilrown U slowly Improving. Mrs. A. N. Merlda is visiting relatives in llarboursvllle. Mr. nnd Mrs. Wm. Walker were with frisnds Monday. Miss I'snHic Meridn was tlie vlsl-lo- r Monday of Mtss Daysle itunells. Mr Crit Tumor spent .Snturtlay night with Mr. npd Mrs. Henry TuU "70U would like to have better bakings. biggest thiPft you can do tn Improve the quality of your bakings and I jwer ba'un costs. certainly want to X save money, nnd you It's the Then us3 Gilumet. e you. j One of our most ccnsclcsspurpbscs is to so treat our customers that they will consider each visit to this Bank a pleasure. Whatever the nature of your business, you can come to us with the assurance that you will be courteously and considerately dealt with. Our aim is that this Bunk shall always be re- garded by those who deal with it ns "The Bank with a Personality." 252 .fcj p g Tlie Garrard Bank LANCASTER, we. & Trust KY. Go I UJIl Seed Spud Treatment Means Crop Insurance treating their seed potatoes sometime betwron now ami planting (me, Kentucky farmers will be practicing crop Insurance ami preventing scab, soil infection from common rhitoctonla or "black scurf" and "bluck leg," according to a state-mewhich has been issued by Dr. W. I). Vallenu, plant pathologist of the State College of Agriculture. Corrosive sublimate treatment, the standard method of whiqh is given in Or. Vallcau's statement. Is the mosttatisfactory method of controlling these potato seel pests. The standard solution of corrosive sublimate used in the treatment is made by dissolving four oupces of the material in a few gallons of hot water and then diluting the solution to 30 gallons. This solution may be ujed for treating four lots of potatoes but different lengths of time are necessary if the materia is used more than once. The standard length of treatment is one hour for the first time, one and hours for the second f time, one und hours for the third time und two hours for the fourth and last time. Seed potatoes may be treated any time during the winter preferably during the period that they are dormant. The treatment must be applied before the seeds are out for planting. Hotted or scabby potatoes should not be treated or used for H er one-hal- with the solution. Alkaline soils which have produced scabby potatoes before ure particularly adapted to earring the scab from one yuar to another. Seed treatment under such conditions will not control the vnb. It wilt, however, prevent scab from entering oTkaline soils if it is not already present. Ik- - umM nt A Good Medicine for tbe Whcie Family ; -; -- '"icy remedies that ex-- t i ;cte incnce prccs Movent arid creaks una coujfi inshcr; ordu. ..tv Fecit Like n ?Jw.Maa Nov t vht t tM . .1 and Tar is a ,'n..:.ijfl of can Ji. Am. MS Uwtttf- 'c.-!it-- ito 2C. .. Ulla tni .1 trUj oh ttt tiLu tftSI t.av.taftt M4b.r n. i nr kul !'llmMl . St I r 1 WtrWf-r,- . Tit'i ir r ln.l mttl cuclftf4 bnkour cU. 7byr 'i.il4llrfth&;atlhmir w ml mm in m tt ntttll. U hiiii m tnes gectf i itvth l trofc.n tfct atrvAMi , XKjii mtaj It.tAj u you Lf m toyct.r i. ll wi tit tin- u." t vwr 1 - Mil h. U l.p a i corf Mr Im 11 Foley"3 Honey and Tar COMPOUND STOPS THAT DISTRESSING COUGH checks It quickly tnj ute-1clears the throst oi phlegm and nucoi, and costs the raw inflsmcd -, rjifirci cine. ' with a tcalinj. .soothing meJi- - Wc can firove no imitation or substitute is as gooJ as the ine Foley's. seed. Since the corrosive sublimate corrodes metal only wooden, concrete l, or some container should non-meta- STORMES DRUG STORE First Thought In Drugs LANCASTER, KY. tie. Mr. and Mrs. Oetar Lewis of Just-seSAW you coming lip the street iimI standing nt Hie-- gate with vleited Mr. Unit Mrs. Tom Deelln Mr ltneytmg m Mr. Tliivfalr.' witd Wetlnesdny. Mr. Jametwortiir. "All thnv of yini Mr. and Mr. Joe Turner nml t wcro Imisliftu tho uIhiIi nelghlmr-rhildrvn were Snn4ay vMtars af Mr hood could hear 3011. I wonder why i xi hi all ike and Mrs J. P. Fatty. inUSjhlHg Anna Oswirn returned! with Miss Mnr friend , "hnd home HunAmy, aflsr n vttH with do nnthinic tat fnmds in NicatdotviWe, g r ii m l 1' nmi Mttsler Jams Mlltoti Henry an I senw! nt lwtp. I are victim tho haven't Mvn ymi sister, I.uenjHt, tkts weak. lailpli In I tit' house chkk x In the yttir. n Mrs. Wm. Sultan sfCHt- - the past you laughed nut week-enin Samsrset, vaitlnu Mr then with tboKo and Mrs. WIHtaw Parker. men.' Mr. and Mrs. Ktld linker nml famiThere's notli-ti- c Mrs. Crenley In this houw ly, visited Mr. ami to laiiRh at," re- ttess, in Sfteanevflle Sunday. It received hlRhcst Awards, Jntneo-worthplied World's Iire Food Exposition. ChiMiw Rvulsh Yatsr, wwe hai been cago Paris Exposition, Paris, "Jim witn Stanford rsfotlvus for the (Hist France positive proof cf Iti superIbinejlmg U a gooil story-tellenml three weelss, returned hasMc runday. ior merit v.ik telling us a bully .arn. and Mrs. Oljie flronnm nntl baby ware n brief seawn we fonnit tho ImnletM It is used by more houselaid iipn ns. which nre grrater Hhiii vimtors WednttMiay aftemoast af Rxtea wives and domestic scientists thsn J cups putrf any other brand. f can Itenr. If you eouhl tell n xtory Mrsdames Mlltan Ward ami C. It. flour, iw t well as llnneytmtr does, I'd fill thesi? Henry Ma.pftt Calomtl It is sold nt n moderate price. lUiimt sticestral ImlU m It It silvery laughter, All you have to do Is to compare cup butt rr.U( cut Ooa. Mrs. James Yatitts ami sesta, but ypu never try to my anjrthliw costs to determine how much you rtinulitrd utir. .nmi-trncan save by buying Calumet. Mrs. UklctltttKH You do and IterselMl. sptsnt Uie day Monday 4 C"p rckt tell stnrteo, tun they are of a gloomy with Mrs. Mfltiti Want and Mrs. 0. I Gluten Is the muscle building part ami trngle elmraeter. K Henry. liwno IVaiwa ntB(l of flourwWhJi ot great Importance. rsttact. night, when I rnme home, yon In Uts rtcuiix waa. Mrs. Alfred Peyntqr and three ToT sure you grTtrin yixirbaE-(ng- s a dramatic story to the cnVrt that children were Saturtky night ujAlnlTour'amfgonil CaVlryg you ImkI cullers all nfternttn. ami " .Mr. and Mrs. Creen powilrr, (not llourL tiadn't n elmnro to cook anything for and Sunday af we. and so I bad to eat canned mlmon Poynter. in StnafersL snd swln crackers, und waxh them Mr and Mr. Walter Kitlon movtsl Inwn with wnter. nml I Insist that Tuesday frens thf Leave! farm t a when n liut)syid comes home from his home en the Clay Hreaddus pinee. Mrs. Hobert Yater. of TearsdU. felluw has a fair fter a' trdiiniis lalHirs In the clanging mart, Miss hltsalieth Yater. who lucvm cuie fur slct'pmtr late In the morn n the Huckeye road. . empty Hint his watch chnln makes n panie.1 Mrs. P.ebert Yater hwnie, for ing The hand of the clock is quick Mr Z. T. Itice, of rtfMwwnd, was tanking sound when it (laps nenlnt a sfiort tiit. er than his miiMl the guest Tuesday night of his son. his spine, he should have warm victual", something he rnn consume with Harry I. Itiee and attcndtsl the Chlragv lays claims t behsg the Mr. nhd Mrs. Whv. Uarncs. were Pleasure and pride. 'Tho fact that you Father and Hen banquet. hosts at a Mimptueus dinner Sstmlny. ntU renter ef Uk unhierso, and it's lad an Invasion of callers Is a cheap They 4a say Usst Mr .and Mrs. Wm. Lane and Mas These that aptml tSMrir nespital- - prattetdy true. xcuse. are rnally vessiag fat in that My snlnteil mother never wonld ter KUn and charming daughters. ity were Mr. and Mrs. Slmen Tank- aid Isurx. iave pennltti.sl any rnllers to Interfprr Misses Flonnie Mae and Ravannh rrsley, Mr .and Mrs. Ifenry Tuttle. spent Sunday with Mr an.d Mrs. Leo Misses DayBie HuneJIs, Fannie MerlinKnagement of the Onee U(HMt a time a kardvatni old vlth her da, L3cy anl Nolle Turner, Messrs. skinlllnt gat religion ui brelke all of Huckeye. .Shi realized that beV old man cpt the lihehang going, and that he Mr. and Mrs. Henry Yntcr had for' Willie Mertdo, Crlt Turner and Jasin precedent by eanssNenting favorihould have the right of wny. If any their Sunday visitors Mr. and Mrs. Perry Osbern. All spent a delight ably upon the wrk of his employee ihl hens hnpfM-nei- l to lie In the hoii It kilted him. Mr. and ful day. hen grub time npproachtil. my moth-- r Ollie PnehctU. of Stanford. would mpiet them, tlnnly but to chose themselves, and If they didn't like It they could lamp It. When ray fattier eniiie home from his .Tork, the hay was nlmiys In the 1XL1XEJUJL2XIXE2.I nanger for Mm. and he never had to wait Ave minutes for a meat. "The day iiefore yesterday, when T amo staggering home, faint anil sreary from my herculean efforts to nnke both ends meet, you told me on- b . Jther story. It Wijs to the effect that roti hm! been downtown siting up u thlpment of new spring lintj. Just re-'elveil nt the millinery foundry, and rou wtrv so Interested you forgot tho iape of time, and dldn'fget home In tlmn to cook nnythtng. Hut you tlahel. i winning smite at me. nnd said It tvouldn't take you ten minutes to warm ap a can of beans, and then was some old coffeo Icft'froru breakfast, and you had plenty of smoked herrings on THE DIFFERENCE UT J est, most aanltaiy U.'kmff Powder1 Factories In thn World. No IJak-In- n Powdsr Is tnado unS" :ttT conditions none can be Utter In quality. It contalni only cuch innrc- hlly endJcnts bj I dorsed by V G. t Food Aul'jor tico. An nuaran-trethit is pure. t!-- 9 Calumet la made In thrslarji: .("id r oLlm i 1 en-pa- ,f d CALUMET BAKING POWDER "ore tut y. r, fr lloil Jstm-nworth- air. Wltf.otJr. "Itt guss x- -- cook-itov- r" IXTssiiBHl3rg ' hand Doubtless I should have burst forth nto boisterous laughter over this en tertaining anecdote, but somehow It lldn't nppeal to my sene of humor. I was so busy that dny I hadn't lime to cat anything at noon, nnd all tho IlillfelSIMiii I Merchants, count it an invest- it 4 i ! I r Farmers i selling for less. N FARMERS We sell everything in the implement Jine thut the fnrmer needs. Everything we sell means more money for the fnrmer for we sell for cash, thereby wny home I wan Hoping you would have a porterhouse steak about threo Inches thick, and a roft of twilled potatoes, and rftfhaps n slob of mlnco pie ns nn epilogue. The Bay before that, when I enmo homo us hollow as a buss drum, and fairly gnashing ray teeth with bun-leyou related n humorous story to the effect that your club didn't adjourn nn tlmo that nfternoan, nnd you didn't get horn until late, so I would have inpper. to get along with n plcked-uIf I would be patient a few minutes, you said, to mako tho story seem mom for me, would lioll nn plcjr snd there was cold corn bread. In the cuptwmrd. "Such stories, Mr. Jameswortny, may seem hluhly amusing to an Inno-cvbystandnr, and I huvo no doubt they would make n great hit ir written art and printed In London Punch, but there Is something wrong wnu niy sense of humor, or I am nt the .wrong end of tho stories. Anyhow, I can't gurglo ovvr them ns I do over Honey r, ment where returns arc actual and provable. The expense of maintenance comparatively insignificant. is In D ja & c yu sg nt KINNAIRD BROS. Lancaster. Ky. E " R bug's yarns." -- L HI man Is u human snake." "Why. he Is ono of tho big copper kings." "Kxuctly what I said, only In other words. Ho's u copiK-- r heud." Status. That t, ..- We have the agency for VULCAN and OLIVER PLOWS AND POINTS FOR ALL PLOWS MADE. 83 Becker & Ballard PHONE 27. RYANTSVILLE, KENTUCKY. Lsttsr Printing Machine. letter printing machine ruts paper fed from rolls Into tho jtfoper size, uses three colors of Ink automatically hea desired nnd :lutngfs the names and addresses: for ach letter produced. A new form Aa eminent professor recently said that It was possible to lengthen one's lift and Improve the general health rewr aiautea Berely by tiptoeing ror I Hrtry day. Flat Dwsllsrs, Taka Netksl - """" "" 1 iTr t The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Men 10 92 1 1 . mond Was given 200 days nt hard labor (breaking rock In the rond) and $70 fine. People think this Is ton light n fine, considering he was n bootlegger and peddled in nnd nround Taint Lick. The remains of Mr. Henry Van hook arrived In I'Aint Lick Monday evening. After funernl services nt Take no chances when administering medithe llaptlut Church by Rev. Sknggs cine to the sick. he was laid to rest in the Mnnsc cemetery. Mr. Vnnhook lived on Sec that your prescription Is compounded by White Lick Creek before moving to Kichmoinl, Vn., with his family sevA REGISTERED PHARMACIST eral years ngo. Come to Tolly Thompson, who was arrested In company with Harney Thompson, is out on jrnn bond to appear In May court. This is about the third nime Tolly has been nrrested nnd tried for bootlegging, having been out about six months and promisdo ed he would better if the Aunt., nt the people nround Taint Lick would not Mm Cora llryant, PAINT MCK last get any more indictments ngalnst Tint olfice wm In Son him. t)r F H Smith was n voitor in Tuesday for the FatherIn and one of the banquet. Miss llryant Louisville lat Frulny Circle (ilrli at Lancaster. CARTERSVILLC Mr nnd Mm. II. I.edfor.l enter-talnr- d d, Ken. Clover and timothy Sunday. nbout forty nt dinner s Mrs. F. M. Carter Is visiting lucky Ulua GrM, Orchard Gran, Mr. nml Mrs. Maurice llurtun are In Ilerea. Tetlrd Sed Oats. visiting relatives in Hamilton, Ohio. Iludton A Farnau. Miss llallle Carter visited relatives Mr. It. H. Gilbert was n visitor In Messrs. It. II. I.edford and Itobt. in Heren Saturday and Sunday. illchmoml anil I.ancasler Saturday. l.edford nnd Hlchard Davis, were in Mrs. C. S. Itoop is 'able to be up Currey Klcc was a welcome visi- Knoxvllle the first of the week, Mr. again, nfter n few days illness. tor in Taint Lick a few days lat I.edford to buy merchandise and .Mrs. Addie Davis vinited Mr. and week. lllchnrd and Itobert to consult a phy Mrs. Hynam Davis Saturday nnd Mr. anil Mrs. II. J Chestnut an.l slcian, Sunday. children, were visitors of Mr. anil Mr and Mrs. Ilurgess and chilItev. Goodrich fulfilled his regular Hcrea Sun. Mrs. J. II. Chestnut In dren, have taken rooms with Mr. and appointment at the Methodist church day, Mrs. Italston. They will begin work on the Cth. A large crowd from Taint l.ick on their new house on the Innd Mr. and Mrs. F.tTort I'd era nnd were in Illchmoml Monilay, It being Mr. llcrvcy's as soon as the Mrs. Harbrn Teters visited Mrs. Court day. weather permits. Julia Wt'ddle, Sunday. Ilutldlng material hai arrived to V ,C. Fertiliser for tobacco beds. Ilev. J. W, lleagle will preach nt build a new water tank at Taint l.ick ML Tabor next Sunday. Kvery one Thi, fartilitrr will mature your t & N. for the come to hear llro. lleagle ,who is not plant, two wrk, earlier. It pay, to preached at n itrnnger to this community, hnvini: u Rogers Mr. Willie II, Hud, on and Farnau. Wallarrton Sunday morning, and belli a protracted meeting here a Mr. and Mrs. .nek Hester and Sunday night at Mt. Tabor. few years ago. son and Mr. and Mrs. John Collins, Little Miss Kdnn Hard, of Speed-villThe young people gave a surprise visited Mr. and Mrs. Jelf Dnvis SatKy., has been a visitor of MIm party at Mr. and Mrs. It. II. I.ed- urday night and Sunday. Geneva l.ogsdon for several days. ford Wednesday nlghu NotwithMr. Lionel Calico anil Miss Nun-ni- e have standing it was n rainy night, there Day, were quietly married TuesMr. and Mm. Jas. Ralston llryant. The moved to their new home, purchased were about CO present. All cnjoyeil day, 3rd., by Itev. groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. from Mr. and Mr. N. M. Ilurgess. a very delightful evening. The bride is the A large crowd attended the burial II. T. Calico. Mrs. W. T. Rogers and daughter, Rogers were of Mrs. Kloise Guyn at Itichmond laughter of Mr and Mrs. Samuel Cathrlne and son, Willie Day. dinner guests of Mm. Jennie Rogers Sunday nfternoon. Mrs. Guyn was dead In bed Friday morning. found Sunday. Eyelids Do Much Work. She had not been sick but lutfered n Mr. John Ilurgess and mother, of An eminent srleiitltt lias estimated severe headnche the nlghtbefore. near Ashland, Ky , are visitors of that the aeriise man's eyelids opeu Harney Thompson, who was nrrest- - and shut times during tbt Mr. and Mr. .V. M. Ilurgess nnd year. ed with moonshine and tried at Itich family. Your Prescriptions VJ V1V IffVtVJIsVv-- r UIMfMlf K Be Very Careful Who Fills Them HARD ON THE POETS bel Lev' nt nn entertainment tonight," confessed the rellreil niiTehant. "I've been repenting tliepoi'm to myself almost constantly for several days, nml know every comtiui In It, but I'm nfriild that wben I stntul up to Til bnve forgotten every wonl of It." "I hope tut," nald the hotelkecper. Surli n xem ns 'Annabel l.eo dine r v o better lle. KMCUY Ur.M hrili:iL'Li:i to recllo'Amm-- VtoRoberts Drug Store . Wftst4lVa Manley and Wilson SHOE HOSPITAL UP-TO-DA- treatment tlmn you nre (ualllleil SHOE REPAIRING rein-live- e, Utu) of merit. il "In the schools the pupils are to reelte some of our liest aren't fit for poem, and Iht nnytblng nfter It. The srhool authorities should prohlMt tht sort of thing, s and prepare a volume of cheap poetry Hint Is fool proof, that enn't be Injureil. no mnlter what you do to It. There Is plenty of punk pnetry In the world, and n collection of this stuff would nerve tin schoollioy elocutionist Just n well as the. high class poetry that Is so easily spoiled. "Wben I went to school, nbout n hundred years ago. there was a tall, ht tnlked frrcklci!. gangling boy. through Ids noe, with n sort of whin that sounded like filing n saw. There was to be n school entertainment, and this boy was down for n recitation. The teacher never nsked him what he wnt going to recite, but gave him the right of way. Teachers continue to make the snm mistake, even as we go to press. Tliey should choose the jioctna which are to lie butchered to per-mlttepM-ms nbi-H-to- to give It. Vou limn n volco like it gulne.i hen, and GIVE US A CALL. WE MAKE NEW SHOES OUT OF you telescope your word, and you OLD ONES. Richmond street next to I'oyntcrs Ttore. don't know any more nbout poetry than a porcupine known nbout Para-cllsIf you'd stand up nml recite i r catalogue nw puses fpim ii Settlement of claims against MexI have no doubt you'd put the ico resulting from revolutions there. feeling Into It, ami mm your audiHcestablishment of full diplomatic ence to tears, but It's n crime for n relations with Turkey. man Ilk you to mangle n beautiful Dispoaltion of the Anglo-Fxcnctoem. full of sentiment nnd melody. There ought to In n law against Im- American treaty for defense of that sort of thing. Some of tlw best France. Itoetns In the nmntry have been ruined DOMESTIC: hy common or garden elocutionist. Tax and tariff revision. Nowadays pinple smile when you Soldier bonus. mention 'Curfew Mut Not Itlng Panama Canal tolls. It has liten recited so much Immigration control. by M"ple with cracked voices that It Genernl Labor policy. has heroin n Joke. Vet If you examine the (HH'tn eiilmly nnd Impartially Permanent merchant marine polFACED BY NEW you will find that It has n great deal icy. All work done by Electrical Machinery and all work guaranteed. mail-orde- pror WHAT HARDING IS UP AGAINST List Of Some More portant Problems, Internal And Domestic h Washington, Here aro some of the problems, international and domestic, facing the Harding Adminis- tration: INTKKNATIO.VAL: Peace with Germany. flHlt Salt Saturday. Mch 12th, AT ONE P. M. I will od'er Final disposition of the Treaties of Versailles and St. (lermalnc. Decision ns to the entry of the United States into an Association of Nations. International disarmament. question. The Japanese-Californi- a The Russian Question, Including trade with Soviet Russia. Recognition of Mexico. I Negotiation of new treaties, diplomatic and commercial, with Germany and Austria nnd with the new nations, Poland, Hungry and Czecho Slovakia. Treaty with Colombia. make a Hnman holiday anil seieci Japanese occupation of Siberia. something that won't rip, ravel or run Disposition of the former German down at the heel. cables now held by the Allies. stood up before the school This Recognition of the new Greek nnd droned through Orny'a 'Klegy.' government and settlement of the Now. thnt's one of the best rhymes ever composed. It wna written by n 'status of the Greek loan. Loans to allied countries, includ toet who put In seven Journeyman years nt It, In tin' time when they hnd ing funding of the Uritlsh and other r days, lie wanted to leave debts, of the United States, behind him n poem thn,t would StaniJ The world oil agree- the severest tests of the government iment of San Rcmo, Inspectors, and" he did. In my opinion Cuban relations. there Is nothing better In any lanMilitary occupation of Haiti and guage. It Is rather tneloncholy, but It has n ort of doggone soothing qual- Dominican Republic. Irish question. ity that Is n bnlm to the bruised spirit of a landlord when he finds thnt the Philippines Independence. receipts of his hotel don't equal the for Porto-Ricexpenses. Settlement of claims against Ger"Time nnd ngixln, when dlconrnged many grown out of the war. nnd nlared out. I hnvo started to read that ikmmii. and os soon ns I git fair Ir Into It. I seem to see thnt blnmed J Reorganization of government departments. Rudget system. Civil Service reform. Strengthening of prohibition laws. Anti-trulaw revision. Disposition of enemy property seized during the war. Genernl reconstruction legislation housing farmer, credits, railroad law revision nnd coal and packer control. And still sunshine in the heart Is than moonshine in the stomach. better Our local oracle avers that for every ten wise men that are born there is one fool. That makes it nn even break. When n fellow gets rich quickly he generally tries to forget his old time friends juit as suddenly; But it isn't their lots. Some folks are of a very saving disposition. They won t work for fear of expending; their vitality. n per cent of the land in this country is not in use. It is yet to be placed Tho milcultivation. under lions of foreignew seeking admission to this country arc headed for the cities, whore they are not wanted. They do not care to settle upon this untilled land, where they are needed. They need us, but do we need them? Eighty-seve- ly ten-hou- Anjclo-Frcnc- h o. at PUBLIC SALE, on the premises, HILL COURT, LANCASTER, KY My House and Lot, subject to confirmation, but on the most r gangling schiwilhoy. In his rsrments. nml hear him droning through those verses, mnklng n noise It's like n sawmill on a wet day. more- - thnm forty years since he tnndo n violent nsault upon the hlegy, mil It seems like yesterday. It's the same way with Hamlet's 'Soliloquy.' Kvery time I hear or see that gem I think of n fnt vonlli who recited It In our school, nnd then I burst Into tears. There's nn uense In such a busl ness, and congress ought to da some thing, doggone-l- t. high-wate- KEEP YOUR BAL,AINCE Keep a careful itemized account of ell your expenses, large and small, for one month. During that month continue to spend juit ns you have in the past. At the end of the month check up your total expenditures, and NOTK THE MONEV THAT HAS UEEN LITERALLY FRITTERED 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. liberal terms you ever heard of, which will be stated on day of sale. The house has and ity is 6 rooms, with bath, hot and cold water Lan- situated in one of the most desirable locations in in need of a home, Frssk of Acoustics. of Rt. llin whlimerlni- Paul's cathedral In London the faint est sound Is faithfully conveyed from one sble of the ilome to the oiner, nu can not be heard ut any Intermeiiiate point. In Accounting for tha Blue. Mrs. llacon Ther tb say that single grain of Indigo will color a ton THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. S. C. DENNY, Cashier. Capitol $50,000. Surplus caster. If you are KQt don't let th'is opportuni t Honor Roll Bank 50,000. by you. MHiaiiiBiiiKuai r. At the same time and place I will also sell my household of water. Mr. ltacon why the milk dear? Do Ton suppose that Is Is so blue this morning. and kitchen furniture, a Ford Sedan, a fine Jersey cow, some hogs, etc. Liberal and easy terms. Clgirstts 8moklng. Clrnrette smoking Is on the Incrense all over the world, according to a cennis of th Industry. In 1010 !W, 0)10,000 "coffin nails" wen smoked In the Uulteil Klntes and more than 10.- 000,000,000 were exported. Just Fancy. "Whntcher flgurlnr out. Jlmmler "I'm thinking what a fortune It would be for someone If I could figure out how to harness the earrgy that Is wasted In shimmy dances." Florida Tlmes Unloa. W. 0. RIGNEY. Funeral Lancaster, Director and Embalmer. Residence Phone 33. H. V. Bastin OfflcelPhone 18.; Kentucky. The Central Record, Lancaster. Ky Thursday, Men 10, 1921 : 1 : SMALL KITCHENS GUT DOWN STEPS Size and Location of Workshops Vary in Different Sections of the Country. ARRANGE TO BEST PURPOSE Room Should De Well Lighted and Ventilated to Make Work of Wore en Mere Enjoyable Morning Sun I, Most Desirable. According to n conservative ctlrnati. then nre about S.tssHso women working every d.iy, anil mot f them many hours n day, In the fnrin kitch ens of the I'tilted State. Making workthcn kitchens the liiiiw they should becnue f the Importance ntnl nmmint nf work done In them, would rcult In lightening nml making more the ivork of n large proportion of thee .S.(i.ii women. Tlio location for the kitchen r on n corner of tli Imiim. in wing, or in oil. where" there cnti I"' windows on nil to obtain light it least from more IIhiii one direction and KnrtHcross ventilation, mi) it rcvlx-era" Ilnlletlti ltied I i .V the I'Mled States IcmrliiH'iit of Agriculture on the farm kitchen workshop, Wlieth-- t the chief xHHn ItHtl be north. east, Jiouth. or wet N n matter gov erned by Imllv blunt preference and local ciHidlthins. A kitchen that ri' crU pi the morning sun l de sirable. It should hate n phwsHtit outlook If olhle. Polnti to be Coniidered. The kitchen, as well ns nil other rooms In the farmhouse, "IhhiIcI he located with reference In the hnrn nml other outbuilding that wind will not bring unpleasant odors or Hies from them. A No, If pohlc. It should he In n purl of the lmue ulivrn dut will - for fining thr icp box from Plllivr tflp outside of thp hoiie or the entry. so Hint Hip perron tilling It will not hp obliged to enter thp1 kitchen. Thin will save much mopping ami donning, liefrlgerafor enn he purchased flttptl with n door on thp ship or hack of Hi Ice chnmher, and nn opening corre- Iomllng to ttilt iloor mny he cut In tli wall of the house nml the client flllei from the outwde. If n screen In pro vhleil the ilMr mny he left open In winter mi Ihnt Hip food mnjr hp kept cold without Ice. When thli In ilone thp window frame should hp tightly Jolneil to the refrlgerntor, so Hint coli ntr en not come Into (he kitchen n well. Wherever Hlhle n separate room should hp provided for laundry pur poe, nml niny he coiuhlnetl with wnh room nml plnce for thoe com lug In from out of doors to leave their conts. overall", nml muddy hoot nml overshoes. Such n room should he on the shortest ntnl niot direct line of travel from the hnrm to the illnlng rian ' LIVC STOCK SUN REDUCES CHOLERA BILL I. EE! '.'!I vl Does It Pay To 'x Unwls and Uneconomical to Dtpond Entirely on Serum to Protect Swine From Disease. A few ilajs' work In the pig pns and )nrd scrnplng, disinfecting nnd clennlng Is pretty good Insurnnre, snys the United .Hlnli-De- pnrtment of Agriculture. .Strict snnbfP tiitlon Is the aid the farmer Mini s lxt "UHPsHHQTHTi lot tvvir-shlc- s - nn rC. Hm kltchrn as shown In figure I. Thp distance Iravrlnl have btn rr- ilufr.t nml nun) itrix by cuttlnK nlhrr door tito th illnlng room and by moving tlir taklr apd .Ink nntrrr to love and pantry Advertise? Statistics show that of the corporations iPk lir' Hog VB Thrives in Cholera Sucr Su'r. roundlnjs as These. give to the work the eriliii It l iiiihIm' and iliiendioiHl" nl Hepehd entirely umni the serum to I .t i),v suitie from this ciMtly ills "f III H'ls the farmers puld a serum bill of over and they still Jit,(..ii..l SHttll of pig 1 here ran be to tho effec lw vbiuM tlveiiess of ilo- - oentm irintmeHt. he siillle farmer will d wlmt be enn with ho4. hoe nn.1 iH(Hff (not to remote the eslle uf k tremble. The threat of rMJeni ts alwass prnsent long ns there are WHlmllirvI repml mid vvaiiow Straw stnrks sh4tld never Irft friMM e year to the neit If they are wbife the hiig ran read-thesbtmbl be so Shelters sMxl rutistrtirteil that they way U easily rleaneil and etme to the sunlight. A few da a devyted to work of this sort HI the fall when the liegs bate been taken fnmi the will do much to protect the bcnU of another year t- room, m Hint tation to lending from It. For iutnltnry, ethetlc nnd other jmrioe, n liedroom or hfltliriMim on the ground Moor houll not directly Into the kitchen or the dining room. other cleaning equipment mny he con veniently toreil In thl room or a cloet thee purpoe. ue then will he no tempthe kitchen lntenil for Itroom.", nioix nml ht l,l.l..l bt tiii EFFORT OF GREAT ADVANTAGE Prosperous Dairying Community Is One Result. Small of Tenneitee Women Oemonttrate Benefit Derived Production From Improved and Marketing Method. Croup wn that went into bankruptcy in 1920, eighty e four per cent were firms which p.-n- s It la Watting Cnergy and Strength to Stand Up at a Taik Which Can De Done at Well Slttlng-t)owSeveral Chair of Different Height Should Oe Kept In the Kitchen. n not be Mown through the open mid d'jjirs from the rnnd. Seeding hare ground nrouml the kitchen nnd ranking Hip necefnry thk of cement or mmiiu nlmllnr perniHiiont unite-ria- l will uImi keep much dut from being Mown nnd cnrrlcd Into the kitchen an well ni iimke thv view more A tidy, buck ynrd ennnot fnll to give pleniiiire to e the workern Indoor. In the view ran often he cut off h- - u hedge or n ncreen of vines. While thp kitchen Ik the center nnd workshop of the home. It. work nlno extend more or less to other purtH of the hoiioe. In planning or building u home It la of groutcot ImiHirtiuice Hmt the rein Hon of the kitchen to the other roomx'he coniidered. Tim kitchen work: Ih mot Homely Ukaor'nteil wth Hip pnntry, the dlulng room, mih! the win-dowI'mle-druMfen-tur- only n little object leon Is thp marketing." In modent itntement of a Tcnnesnee woman whop nxtivltlp have provluceil n pnxpenms dairying community. In UHK', H women were organized at I'liliioll, 'Tcnn.. to dcmonstnite the cITort. Uutter theory of nnd eggn from the relatively few cow and fowl of the community were nv Tho quiillty nml mnrkcted. of the product, due to the care taken In Mcctliyi nnd pr'tnrntlon, wn such that they commnnitelt the highest prevailing prlri. The women'i hushnndfi began to take rjotlce and "It DID NO! ADVERTISE t PROSPECTS FOR CATTLE MEN Nebraska College of Agriculture encouraging Farmers to Increase Their Operations. H led to thp Introduction of Jere)s cepnrntor, nlto", milking nnd the xhlpplng of whole milk and cream. Simitar remiltn are lelng secureil In many of the country, utiitp exHrt of vtie bureau of marUnited State Krpartmcnt of ket". -Agrlculltirt. Tlie movement frequent ly Mtart" with n small group of farm boys and girl". ers farmers' who quickly demonstrate the ndviiii-Ingeof Impmveil production und marketing metliiMl". Tin' county ngcnl udvNe thoe Intereitiil In the forma tion of miiIi orgiiiilriitloii') and the methods to be adopted anil lire glud to render every ult-nnumii reipiest. cow". Thl ikhvi Intereteil thcmielvei In dairy There are over 2,000 homes into which Central Record goes every week,' arid an average of five people read each copy making 10,000 readers of the Record. -- wlvor They take the Record because they want to know what's going on in and Garrard county. Then to it's the best paper published in this county. Lan-caste er tables, unless live slock prixluctlon Is stimulated. FORAGE FOR BREEDING EWES The Nebraska College of Agriculture Is rnrourngltig farmer to expand their live, stock ornthli. The scarvitv of all kinds of stock, especially cattle, pwlnla to cvntlnaed irlvs. With feed prices gMng lower better dnjs seem to Ihv near for both the live stock rals-- r and the lite stock feeder While It Is true- that many feeder lost money In the last twe jinrs, feed prices may ln Ml per cent lower than last jenr. Ukcwlso rhea-efeed ami labor should stimulate live stock mlslng. Tlie iiiiihIht of mttle In the I nll Slate--i has Uen decn-aslnat an alarming rate Tlie number in the frilled States has de creased froiu bit for every l(sl In llsl to 12 head In HUH. Purlng the same iiHl the rate ot slaughter Increased ,T.(s.() bend S.xue iple c, no far ns to pretllct that In a few jears only millionaires in have bifslenk' on their r tw-- Is Necessary ,Supply to Produca Strong,( Vigorous Lambs Helps to Dalance Ration. Hreeillng ewes must bare some good forage In order to produce strong young, and the growing and develop tirg lamhf must have It In order to make good hcttlthy ewes for hreeillng and the fattening sheep should have some giMxl forage to help balance their ration, Crnln abuie feil to sheep that are Intended for the block wlll not I'nsluce the best results. They must have ii romhluatlou of feed, with some giMsl forage fontilng the principal of the ration, u DRY l i i I TIN THOROUGHLY I V tmi I 7JJ nj. makF" It In arransrmtnt ut kllitin irwiin netarv whkh th Inmn-vanltn- t sink and tabM (a walk long and serving a maal In Tor ordinary cure, tin utensils should be WHhed In hot soupy water, rinsed In hot clear 'water and dried thoroughly. A tin utinll Hint has foot ilrlfd on It should be covered with n for vtonk hIh solution, a few minute nnd then vnshed. Scraping mthIi lies tin and may pxmo the Iron or steel surface underneath, whlehN may rust. Tin darken with uo, u ltd this tnrulsh protpcis Hie tin; therefore tin utelislls should pot be scoured simply for the rk.v of making theui bright. United. Slates Department of Agrlcul lure. he-'tc- d Let them know what you are doing through an advertisement. IT'S THE BUSINESS MAN'S GREATEST ASSET. FAT HORSES ARE PREFERRED Farmer Make Mistake In Disposing of Animal When They Art Somewhat Run Down, WEIALSO DO ALL KINDS OF JOB CATALOG WORK BUSINESS AND cellar, woimUIihI or niher storeroom. ThesA khaiild be ni mur ntiil conveiil ent a" Klli1e to the kitchen so Hmt tho Journey H whleh IiukI be mode so theie rooms will he often betwe-short, thus saving steps nail much time. Uilng Kitchen Space. Spnco should bo protldeil In the kitchen anil within easy nccewi of the pnntry and dining room for the work-tablbluk, stove, Ice box. and aUti for several rtinlrn of different heights. One should be u rocker. In which the house wife ran rest while waiting for tho wnter to heut or for bread to bake. It Is alto desirable that provision be Of THE INTEREST TO HOUSEWIFE s PRINTING. YOUR It Is better for tho fanner who hns horses to sell not to iIshiso of theiilM Mhen they are MUiavvhnt run down, following n hurt! summer's work, but to fatten them u A fat horse always brings n much better prlco even though he be an ll lor horse. ! BROOD SOWS DURING WINTER' WILL BE APPRECIATED. w.Hi Mlie the heels of )our slipiK-rvelvet to save our silk stockings. e, Should Bt Maintained a Cheaply Possible and Yet Farrow Healthy Litter. at en r then Let sugar cookie cool In a coveted jar lined with a clean ilotli. Keep u button bug near the electric washer for any buttons thut ure wrung off. During the winter tho brood tow should be maintained ns cheaply as vulbte, but ut the sumo time they must b properly fed In order, to farll- row n largo number of healthy, irrowti riles In IIim uiirlnir. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Men 10 92 1 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. STANFORD STREET. W. A. SPEITH, IH SCHOOL i AND GROWERS Incorporated JAKE GRAW, Starter. W Si CO : i : LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. JOE KELLEY Floor Manager. MMHMI Manager. one of our boys. We understand College of Agriculture. The associthat by March 6th., they will be ring- ation is planning to purchase three ing loudly, and that the matrimonial pure-breJersey bulls. TWNMlM'lMllr K f ami Bmi0 ship will 'set tall, bcacing on its The Hopkins County Poultry Asbosom the young bride and grouni. sociation will put 75 hatching eggs Positively eradicates K cLutdntff romcts on each of 40 farms in the county nataoas scalps slops fsUlns hair lawyer. poultry if not having any pure-bre- d Kxnmlnatlon are over and the promotes taxnriant growth nkUlu.tr! We are more than clad Ui ee beauty. hlih sttion ImmJUO sou their plans toward furthering poultry Mn HulTman i ipiite ill with Hubert Montgomery back with us, sixth and eighth are rnjeiclng over j MTt&ln. Maacr-nK- k GaumaU. standardization work in the State MOVCSM IHteumoninkrW. r ...4 S S. their cratled. after an illness of pneumonia. materialize. The eggs will be paid IMST ncn co curta Mr. Kdd Crow visited our rooms Stelta has a creat horror of Mr. Velmn Thomfiton Is better and we for by the farmers returning one We wuuld b only too hope to ice her tuck in school in the thi week. llrown's ruum pullet in the fall. Kind to have more mother visit us. l or a Icd'ler in minting, send for near future in this world there are about u Lucy A .man is as old as his organs ; h We nre glad to welcome Cracks billion ami a hnlf of people. 11 (row back into rhool again, after can be as vigorous and healthy at you Jont believe it go out and count 70 as at 35 if he aids his organs in nn illiicxs of bronchial trouble. ' performing: their functions. Keep Summer fur will hardly be popu- 'cm. Elva Just can't get it fixed in her :.u lar this season. They have hit the - ..:.- u.j.t. mind but what it Is colder at the A really brave man feels no shame toboggan in price. pole than It is at the .South North when he experiences fear. Even the GOLD MEDAL polo. Keeping everlastingly at it brings most ferocious of elephants will Alleiw wn asked 'what Horse success, they say and sometimes tremble in the presence of u mouse. latitudes nre, and the replied, "a a punch on the jaw. mixture of hay, corp and oats fed to ' Now that we are through cussing Th woil J's sumUril rtmcdy for kliiny, ' harm'!." liver, bUJJer an J uric aJd troubles winter we may toon indulgo in our WEAK, NERVOUS, (Icogro-phMr. Hrown nsked Hoy, in eioto IM6 correct disordrrs; stimulate dais Friday what food we got vital uram All urucguts, inre sins. equally favorite pnsstime of tearing ' .. ...ry Los off a few nt summer. ALL RUN-DOW- N tut from the cuw. Hoy answered in his rm. uM lr A to solemn and sober wuy "cow hides." we fellows nro always. ready Ye, to say something good about the man Hubert has a new method of tu!iy-ni- g who his lessens at night, that is to Notes touch.is (Uvul. He cant hit us for n Missouri Lady Suffered UbHI She (hang his books on the school yard Tried Cardui. Says "Result fence and let the wings of the sweet, If you are in doubt about your gentle, night breeze waft the memWas Surprising." Got Along county Income tax give 'em evurything you II. II. Miltons, a Davl ories to him. farmer recently conducted a prun- - have. It may prevent their calling Fit, Became Normal l.ee looks rather a gentleman of ling demonstration in his orchard in for more. honor when all dolled up, for hit came j cooperation with County Agent, John and Healthy. to school rigged out in his Sunday It. Spencer. True, the beauty of woman is I attire, recently which aroused some Klvin Klch of Mackville, Washing- - sometimes but skin deep. Hut that curiosity, but he wax bound for Dan ion county, will conduct a corn is as far u.r the average male eye Bprlngfldd Mo. -- My back was to firo" or any other disenso on No "rust," "wild villc, that was all. weak I could hardly atand up, and I variety test thb coming summer in can penetrate. our farms this or any other year, and we maintain would hmo IxarliiiMlown pains and Kdnn Wllburn. Uuford and Cecil cooperation with County Agent Hub our usual high standard for our seed. Sometimes the woman who it was not well at any time." says Mr. Duncan are moving Into the Iluena ert M. Heath. D. V. disappointed in lovo consoles her farmerWilliams, wifo of u place. No need of any hitfh soumUntr ad, just ask any on Uouto C, this Vista district. Wo are sorry to S. L. Cooner, a, Kenton County "I self with the thought that hu is a ketit COttlllC hcadarhpa nml hnvln growers about "Kelley Seed." of tho thousands of give them up, and hope ihey will be former, hat arranged to carry on An BO to bed." tightwad, anyway. continues Mrs. William Kvery package safeKtiarded by copyrighted Just ns good pupils there as they orchard demonstration in cooper tlrtcriblnir thn trnnl,1 trademark, and none genuine unless in package were hrro ., world in six days she obtained relief through the uso of Agent, CI A. Cod made the ation with County bearing our copyrighted signature. Pricu $2.00 per "My husband, having heard Cardui. and rested the seventh. We know of Daisy asked Joe a'ml Wilbert to Wickland. Cardui, proposed Retting It for me. ounce. $28.00 per pound. More than CO Calloway farmer, a fellow who goes him six better by locate Honey take, ami after the "I saw after taking some Cardui pruning resting all the time. two . . . that I was Improving. poor boys had searched for hours, recently attended Tho result was surprising. 1 felt llko a different County held by they concluded It was some where demonstrations suggests that it wight person. A Chi. paper I .a ne. Josephine said, Agent, J. II. Gardner, of that county. on Lovers "later I suffered from weakness war. Farmer- - of Knox county will pay be called the "No it isn't, boys, it it in California. and wak tack, and felt all particular attention to poultry, fer Cull otf the dogs. Life is too short I did not rest well at nlsht. I was so Miss Syler created quite n bit of nervous and cross. My husband said tilizer and inf. 'horticultural, club, for such a mouthful. excitement Thursday upon her ar- pure-bre- d .. II.. Ii.nltl. he would get me somo Cardui, which . I .. methods I sires, improved ft. he did. It strengthened me . . , My rival, the children thought she was a and dairying problem lttflti.it 4 In U. H, I'suut Ofllc. a I A I during the - tlOCtOr Mill- I .1. . . n -. nurse, and when she took from her coming year, according to n program SlIA'llgWI IW1II IIUiilllva Oil IIWUI KOOd hralthr ml" nlnni-r .fin.. f t w- In Address all orders to . mnillllnn mt.iui car her Therm us bottle, some, of the of work that section of the State at church on Sunduy is little for say too much for It." you to give in return. children exclaimed, "Oh my, a medi- which has been prepared by County Thousands of women have suffered as Mrs. Williams cine bottle I" and nt onto sought Agent, Earl Mayhew. Congres.4, my an exchange, will found relief from describes, until they tho uso of Cardui. higher ground. More than 116 cows have been en soon be deprived of its last excuse Slflt-- k it ha hftlntl uj ititnv wt rm hnillrl tint llASI ltdt-i In We can now hear In the far dis- rolled in tho Logan county pure for doing nothing. And still, there LMcaiter,KeMtucky. tance, the low sweet mellow tone of bred bull attoclation, according to a are time when nothing is preferable troubled with womanly a amenta. iur saio vTerywoere. kss wedding belli, which are rinsing for report pt E. M. l'rvwitt of the State to something. MT. Mary France wan niked where Mr. Hrown aul Wilbert Montgom-cr- y the abdomen wn and she said, "Just (Delayed.) South ef Ijincaster. were in l.anater Saturday. Zildo-h- as concluded to have mnga-lin- e up. Mint Kmma HulUclaw wai callnl Hejry Bdglnten Is able to sit hlpptd- - by uxpres Instead of tame Friday on account of the death HamMtan ay he wll never be a maH. ef her grandmother. IIEURON NOTES. or call on Dlllard. d J Xucky Tiger ' - MAN'S iBEST AGE at Creation. Old Reliable KELLEYS "BEST BY TEST y Ml Improved Biirley TOBACCO SEED. Kentucky Farm From Here And There -- welt-kuow- Jap-iup-io- run-dow- 11 1 B. L. Kelley. & Sons 4 J The Central Rocord, Lancaster. Ky.. Thursday Mch 10, 92 1 1 Mcrshon Doyle and Garrard county friends of Mr. J, C. Mershon will bo sorry j tn lenm nf her itrnth whfrh nrtiriwl : her home In Corbin this week. I Mr. nnd Mrs. Mershon resided nt Ilrynntsvllle until Mr. Mershon'1 !nth Inst September As will be re- -' .ncinbercd his death was due to nn accident with n truck. The burial of Mrs. Mershon took place In the t.crbin cemetery. She was III only n few days of ineumonla. ' The Lumber We Sell IS American Legion. The American Legion of Hcidal Sanfor.1 Post held their regular meet ing nt the I. O. O. l Hall Inst Tues lay night. The Woman's Auxiliary of this Post wn organized and .Mrs. Jas. II iKinnnird was elec'.ed President, Mrs, A. II. Dawes, of tlrynntsville, Vice President and Mrs. Virgil G. Kin I muni Sect, nnd Trens. ! Mrs. Klnnaird announced that she would have Mrs. Burnett, Presidcn of the Woman's Auxiliary of the I)e partment of Kentucky meet with the American Legion at their next meet ing the first Tuesday in April and complete the organization of the county. It is the desire that the Mothers Wives anil Sisters of former SER VICE MEN meet nt the I. O. O. F. (Hall Tuesday night, April Cth.f 1921 8 P.srM. Messrs. Willie Rogers of Paint Lick and Joe Gpsney of Brvnnts tville were elected at this meeting to be known as the "Dug-Out- " Chief in their community. They will be the s Chief of the in the Sub-Post- Well Seasoned THAT MEANS EVERY- THING TO YOU WHEN YOU PUT UP A HOUSE. Get our prices on all kinds of Building J i aBSBBBBBBBBBsl at . county. At the next meeting In APRIL. Mr. James Robinson of Louisville, Itnlph Gilbert. Democrat, new tired in 1918 he formed a partner- Ky., will meet with us nnd explain - ship with W. T. Ucckham. Hepresentntive from the Kighth DisHe was the benefit of the War Risk Insur- trict, begins his first term in the nominated for Representative in a ance nnd will also give some good in d House of Representatives with the race with Frank L. structions to the EX. SERVICE Itipy, of Lawrenccburg, and George MEN. h convening of the T, Davis; of Casey county and was Congress. Remember If you did not get your elected over King Swope, Republican AMERICAN LEGION WEEKLY Representative Gilbert was born in Spencer county, January 17, 1882, incumbent, by more than 2.000 ma- stop and nsk yourself this question-T- hat is have you paid for your 1921 He was educated in the common jority. Representative Gilbert in 1903 DUES if not mail schools of Spencer county, graduated your check th HARDING from the university of Virginia in married .Miss Jane Thompson, of day for same. Shelby county. They have three 1899 and in 1901 graduated from Pre-daughters. the University of Louisville Modern man is reat on Breaks law An interesting bit of history In school. He at once took up the cedent. connection with Representative Gil- noise. practice of law at Shelbpvllle. A short time nt;o five hunbert's election, is the fact that his Takat Cabinet Nomination To Sn. In 1909 he wna elected county father, George G. Gilbert, representdred prominent people in New ata Personally And Mr. judge of Shelby county, holding that ed the Eighth District In Congress York attended n banquet to Hughes Is Sworn In. office for eight yean. When he re- - for four terms from 1899 to 1907. nid the cause of Irish freedom. Washington, llreaklng a preeed- The price w:ih $100.00 n plate. nt which has stood since the days Newsprint, Too The press made much over ft, of Washington Wilson Jefferson, Presiand the people who could not dent Harding appeared Friday at an Along with tariffs on everything See Ceremonies. cat a hundred dollars worth of executive session of the senate to else, a wall against newsprint paper Washington, March 4th, Yielding food were satisfied. It satiat- present nominations of his cabinet has been asked by American news minto last minute entreaties of his famprint manufacturers. The newsed their craving for the lime officers. Within less than tenall ten ute the senate had confirmed print difficulties of American news- ily and physicians, President Wilson of the nominations. paper In the past several years arc took no part In the inaugural cere- liRht. If the same men had been Senator Fall, of New Mexico, too well known to be expatiated up- monies other than to accompany on. The newsprint industry is in President Harding from the White asked to contribute $100 each named for secretary of the interior, The out- to the Irish fund, without any was the first on the list to be conthe hands of a few men. Being House to the Capitol. highly centralized, a tariff on Its pro-du- going president witnessed neither noise or publicity, we fear tho firmed. He was given precedence because of his senate membership. would rebound to the benefit of the inauguration ceremonies of Cool- response would not have been The other appointments were taken small clique, while the harm would filge in the Senate chamber nor at up in turn. the quite so Kenerous. lie done to the newspaper publishers tended the ceremony outside Capitol where the incoming Presi Occasionally we hear of Mr. Harding submitted no other iind through them to every reader in cabinet dent took the oath. When he de some man who kous around nominations besides his the United State. officers and in presenting those to parted from White House to ac- doing good unbeknown to his the body said he desired to "mainThe increases in the price of daily company successor to Capitol, he newspapers throughout the country walked feebly fellow men. Hut he is like a tain close and amicable relations" with the aid of a cane. have been largely attributable to the At the White House steps it was rusty pebble on the beach. with the legislative body during his enormous cost of newsprint, the larg- necessary for secret service men to The glitter of the bright ones administration and had therefore est single item of expense in publish- place his feet on each succeeding attract our attention and we presented the nominations in person. ing. The only barrier to a further Mr. Harding submitted the names step and it was apparent to all it pass the subdued one by. al- one b yone from the list he held inj increase In newsprint is the competi- was next impossible for him to take tion of foreign manufacturers. Un part In the ceremonies. Wilson was though its value may be many his hand. They were referred Imtil foreigners agreed to furnish paper warned he would do mediately to committee which had so nt great risk times as great. nt a lower price, the American manu- to his health and it might involve Glitter is akin to noise, and been polled In advance and as the facturers weru considering making' his death. names were read the chairman of modern man likes both. . iiu-nivuiiuiu on me oasis ox I ana each Interested committee arose and About noon, after signing a numIrish freedom, if it comes, gave the unanimous and favorablu 8 cents n pound. Such would have ber of bills, h returned to his motor leen the price had it not been for car and drbve directly to hU new will be won with something report of the committee for con the foreign paper. v more substantial than hundred firmation. home. Tlje cabinet otficers ns confirmed The fight against a tariff on newsdollar feeds. were: Good Mule print is that of the public. PublishSecretary of State Charles K.J When a pretty girl walks ers, in the event of ituch a wall is Messrs. Dean und Uurton sold along the street many male Hughes of New York. erected, will have to charge more for during the past week, several nice Secretary t Treasury Andrew the daily paper and the public will teams of mules, among them one eyes are upon her. W. Mellon, of Pennsylvania. liave to pay more or quit reading. Nine out of ten will admire pair to Cecil Heaty, of Marcellus, War John W. Secretary of The present open market is the only for J.V.'S.OO. They also closed a her in a clean minded manner. Weeks, of Massachusetts. protection publishers have ngainst deal with N. W. Rogers, Madl-soof Secretary of the Navy Edwin Tho tenth man will make some exorbitant prices. The only benefit for eleven head of choice ones, of n tariff on newsprint would be to pert remark. Of course it is Den by, of Michigan. for a total of 2,200. of Interior Albert put money In the peckets of the few not his sister, or he would not IL Secretary NewthoMexico. Fall, of men who control the newsprint inOisrk'a Truthful Jsmes. make such remarks. He might Secretary of Agriculture Henry dustry(Courier Journal.) There may be some fight if he C. Wallace, of Iowu. method of achieving success that looks even be ready to Secretary of Commerce Herbert wars, like subscriptions, were good for a time, but c don't believe heard' any other man make, If any man Hoover, of California. ever tinproied on the them about his relative. payable in advance they might be oli) formulalias hard work of and honesty. Attorney General Harry M. These tenth njen may not Daugherty, of Ohio. Smrcy Citizen. Just as hard to find. mean any real harm. Often Will II. Postmaster General they are only thoughtless and Hays, of Indiana. Secretary of Labor James J, inconsiderate, never remembering that the other fellow's Davis, of Pennsylvania. , 'three-cornereSixty-sevent- JUDGE RALPH GILBERT New Representative For Eighth District. Materials. The saving is yours. BASTIN LUMBER NEW FIRM CO. Another Unable To All President Wilson And Bainbridge Colby Form Partnership For Practice Of Law President Wilson announced that he would resume the practice of law in partnership with Itainbridge Colby, retiring secretary' of State. The firm will maintain offices in New York and Washington. The President's announcement was wholly unexpected and will recall to the public mind one of his least known attainments that of being a lewyer. He graduated In law from the University 0f Virginia In 1881 and practiced in Atlantis, Ga., two In 18H5 he began years thereafter. his career as a college professor No announcement was made as to the character of practice the new firm will take up, but the presump. tion Is that it will be International law and collateral work. The official announcement Is taken to mean that Wilson will look after tho Wash, fngton office while Colby will be In charge of the New York office. Pere haps no announcement of any In recent months has come as a greater surprise. There will be much International law for the next fifty years, arising out of the world war. Wilson's store of information on International affairs is very wide, na-tur- A Popular Mavtmtnt to join a movement to Who's ct the farm? We're filling to go for Saturday and Sunday If the porcb rocker and the fried cblrken art ready. St. Uul (lobe-Democra- t. read' THANK YOU SALE Yes that Is exactly what It Is a THANK YOU SALE. We are so profoundly gratefnl Sale. n, d for the splendid patronage we have received from the people of this community during the past year that we want to show our in a manner more practical than the mere use of words. This sale is the most practical of all, and It is for the benefit of ALL of our people. The "appreciation prices" we have marked our goods down to for this sale make the "articles" wonderfully attractive even to those who are not particularly In need of them. apprc-elatio- n The Lancaster Building & Loan ASSOCIATION. Incorporate j sister Takes Mortage Loam from its members on weekly or month! installments. Own a home paid for out of rent money by being an Investor in the Lancaster lluildlng and Loan Association. If not borrower and want a saving account Invest your weekly or monthly savings. Your savings will soon be large enough to draw interest. entitled to the same chivalrous courtesy they demand for their own. Ours js u reasonably fair community in this respect. It would be ideal if the tenth man would think before ho speaks. is Fall KxcavaU Chism. The water of Urn grand falls of chasm M Labrador bare excavated utiles luui, Seriously Injured. William C. Simpson, son of Mr. Mllo Simpson, of this city, was seriously Injurlcd by the explosion of a catridge at Camp SUI.Okla., where he U now stationed. The family were notified yesterday of the accident. Unecmfortabl 8sts of Mighty. Paper In Examination Tht only difference ltweei a king and president l that th klnc sits on a Uoy We are going to give away OO pounds of Mary's Patent Flour Saturday, Mch 19th. Watch for bills. 1 J. E. ROBINSON, President Wm. S. HOPPER, Sec't. & Trcs. Sell yeur Tobacco or the Lancaster Market TH0S. S. PIERflTT Buckeye, Ky. taoru. lluatp Transcript.