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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): March 17, 1921 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1921 cen1921031701_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 17, 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.t THURSDAY AFTERNOON, MARCH 17. 1921. NUMBIR SI. ORGANIZATION Of Retail HISTORIC TREE Merchants Found In Yard Of Lancaster Resident. And Business Men Formed. "Non-Partisa- at this famous will be next Tuesday, for thc State's tobacco market probof our city, formed nn organita-tlo- n ntro. nnd who was one of the mem been wintering Few of our citizen are aware that lem will be found, arc being made at n meeting last Thursday t the November clcc Southern resort: by the KxccutlviMCommittec Tlie we have in our city a rare mid his tlon last fall House. "Lee Mnon, of Maywood, Ky,, nltrht at the Court of the Kentucky Farm Bureau Federation name of the organization will lie tone tree. About IH&0 Henry Clay think, and and F. S. Hughes, of Ijncnster, Ky., Two of tlie member In with nil other farmdecided on at a called meeting to be brought from Washington to hi have the support of a number of winter resident here, capped the ing organization series of held next Monday ninht, March 21, home in Lexington three Ginkgo their friends, that Mr. Wynn' widow climax of a wlntcr-lonin thc State, It was announced recently. at eight o'clock In the County Court tree probably given to him by the should be tendered the place, but unusual fishing adventures and feats d The meeting, which wa room. Other matter pertaining to Ambassador from Japan. He pre the other two member think differ hy "finding" a whale nnd having enssssssssssssssss '2 BSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS the organization of thy greatest Im- sented them to three friend. Scv. ently, and are supporting the can' the mammal towed ashore. 1 at u recent executive sejwinn of th) "The two Kentuckians, fishing in federation by K. II. Woods, I'age-villportance will be considered. Judge erul article in newspaper and book- didacy of Mr. Noah Marsee, Jr., of have appeared within the past IlryanViville. l president, will be held In the I.. Walker will make a talk on let be lower San Carlos bay, sighted the From what can nudttgrium of The Seelbach at 10 the benefit! to be derived from such ten year in which it ha been stated gathered from outside sources, the whnle which had lost it way and that two of the three have been split is not really over the uccesor wn aground in the shallow o'clock Tuesday morning, March 29. and "i- an organization. Among thc Important steps that The meeting was called last Thurs. located one in Frankfort and one in of Mr. Wynn, but as his successor sand bar about a mile otT Sanlbel will be considered with n view to rtl)r night by A. I). Joseph to hear liuisvitlv, and wondering what had will In alt probability cast the vote island lighthouse. A deep gnsh In '( working out a definite plan for thc a talk by George T. Holme, of become of the third. It happen that will name the next County the whale's back and side indicated . that the third ha been found in growers and others In thc marketI.ouivillc, ecretary of the Retail-e- n Superintendent, It I this juicy plum that it had been in n collision with and stands in the Dr. O. I'. that has split the four present mem a vessel. It was in it death throes ing and handling of tobacco crops, Association of Kentucky, on Hill yard on Islington strrct, now Iters of the board. arc the formation of nn organization present day commercial problem It I understood when sighted. owned by J. It. Ilaselilen. to receive, handle and sell thc weed, All the elTort of a powerfully and bulnei condition. flint ihn Iwn miimliprt uhfi fin aun ! fishing boat were unavailing adoption of a system of United There were about twenty-fiv- e of porting Mr. Marsee' candidacy, fnv States tobacco bonded warehouse the representative and cltlten or the appointment of I'rof. Janus to drag the whale to the shallows, nnd a movement to get thc United business men ef Liticnstcr present. ( Aimer, of Iluena Vista, for the up- - anil finaly Mason and Hughe called State Department of Agriculture conMr Holme Mild that buslnr erindency, while the other two one of the deep sen fishing boats of dition throughout the country were Jesse Calico was one of the first! to establish grades for thc commodiare said to favor Mr. Mark Morgan, the Ocean Leather Compnny, which ha a plant on Sanibel Miami. The boy tu en', st from Garrard county ty. rapidly aAumlng better lrape ami Garrard county' Although various leaders in 'the expressed optimum for the future In the meantime Mim Jennie II lo- big boat pulled the whale Into deep and was among the first one to water and it was towed to the plant lose his l.fe on the field of battle. Industry have given aid- to tobacco He said all Imitations pointed to a t, who ha made an ideal gins, Hy careful measurement the whale He arose to thc rank of corporal men In meeting their problem, those iteady recovery ef business but aid h still holding down the found to be thlny-eigh- t feet and was killed in the attack on the in charge of arrangements for the that we could not hope for a rvturti !), nnd will until next January or wa assssssssssm and eight inches long. At first ft Hindenburg line, September 'JUth., meeting hope thc outgrowth of the of the boom period that prevailed uittd her successor is appointed. conference will be n sound plan in 1119 at loatt for a year or twe Illggins, wa believed to be a giant backfish, 11 18. The appointment of Mt Leather brought out that The point Arrangements arc being made by through which action can be gotten !YJ uld be a very happy solution of but expurU of the Ocean ivt BsssssssssssssssssveBsssv aXiafl assssssssssssssssx'issss37': more than II .000,010 it now on ' c wlude atTair, ami we can't ee Com)any showed it to be n renl the local Legion boys, for the Heidal within a short time. If grading the crop Is decided on, deposit in the three lHk of I an " Siinford I'ost to attend the burial w'y this board don't whole, The above dispatch was brought services In n body and assist at these it is pointed out that a farmer, not canter and an additional half mili.ui appoint her. satisfied with thc price offered for to tj.e notice of the Rockcastle Fishing-- last sad rites. .n the other bank of the county a his crop will be able to store it In Club, well at a great deal of cah which of which Mr. Hughes is People Should one of the warehouses and raise people carried with them or kept (or rather was) one of Its most pop PLUMS I Him. ular member. The conduct of this cash on Its value pending final in their own home. With the recent action of the Kentucky fisherman ,in taking advan At the conclutlon of this talk a IN . democrat In addition to representatives of of Garrard county In en tagc of a "wounded" whale and one motion wn made by J. It. Hasclden dorsing Hon. C. A. Hardin for re that wa so helpless a to wash various farming organizations among and econded by W. A. Farnau that A communication from Mrs. Chair t.ii.fllon , jUll.., Office them John W. Newman, Versailles, Judicial ashore, was severely criticised by some tort of local organization be the only chdd of the )trlft u,c interior Journnl i in the members of the club, which re president of the Kentucky Hurley formed. The motion wa earned af-- i f Of County Oil In- Growers' Association; Felix G. ter which A I). Joseph was elected laic nr. urn, siaies mat ne nau,ul accord. While Judge Hardin suited In "drastic" action being tak Kwing, Clarksvillc, Tenn., president chairman; W. A. Farnau, vice chair- hcani ner tamer mention many limes has not announced his intention of en by the club at n meeting of it the history of the Ginkgo tree In his becoming a cundidate for Is Quesof the Planters nnd Growers' Proman nnd I'aul Klliott, secretary. entire membership Tuesday morning. tective Association and Louis HanIt was decided to hold regular yard. While attending a lecture at we feel that we ran safely say that The result of this meeting was thc tioned By Suit. cock, Dixon, Ky., many agricultural monthly meetings on the second the Transylvania Medical College at the great majority of Lincoln coun unanimous expulsion of Mr. Hughe and tobacco men of the State are Thursday of every month. Tlie next Lexington he became acquainted ty people, regardless of age, sex, from the club, with n heavy penalty The richest office in JelTcrson expected to attend meeting, however .will be n special with Mr Clay whom he admired color or previous condition of servi- - attached, if he ever attempted to de thc meeting. meetinjr called for next Monday-nigh- t very much. Clay gave him the tree tude, earnestly desire that he shall tail the account of the capture, to county, that of Oil Inspector, ha W. C. Hanna, Commissioner of Agrihi do so. No one has a stronger hold any of the club members, been placed in Jeopardy by a suit culture; W. T. Fowler, Assistant Kvery busi- which the Doctor planted with at eight o'clock on the people of Lincoln county Mr. Hughes was notified of his filed In Federal Court attackgin thc Attorney General of Kentucky; reness man of the city I expected to own hand in hi front ynrd. This tree is now 15 feet high, and than Judge Hardin and he well mer- "expuUion" in thc following tele constitutionality of the act creating presentatives of the Kentucky State join the organisation if he Is inhas a circumference of Gl inches, 18 its this esteem for he hat been weigh- gram sent him Tuesday evening: the otTice of county oil inspector. College of Agriculture and of the terested In the Improvement of hi town. If he U not so Interested, Inches above ground. Had thi not ed in balance and not found wanting Lancaster, Ky The suit was brought against John United States Department of Agriaccording to opinions expressed at been shaded by the adjacent pine In any of the elements that make March 15th.. 1921 T. King, County Attorney of Trigg culture, lluruau of MarWets, will county, and Denny I'. Smith, Com- take part. s F. S. Hughes the meeting, he should hunt up inime it would probably have been consld a model judge and a monwealth' Attorney for thc Third C. A. Gustafson, other town in which to live where! ,r,'1' laTK'T' Thc bo,1 nml hrk gentleman. His record a a judge FU Meyers, Fla. Mcnde, Neb., appearance ranks with the best in the state, he will have agreeable company In have the characteristic "At a full meeting of the Rock judicial district, by thc Kvansville head of tho marketing t m. .1. castlo Fishing Club, held this day. Oil Company and seeks to enjoin the department of the American Farm ,,,),, letting the moss grow over hi grave. of the pine. The leave are fan i,,1iin.. iiv. ,u shaped and ribbed and have u pecu- - citioM thal ale naitmVi In order to give an opportunity b. th(. you were expelled for conduct un otficers from bringing more suits Hureau deration, prelident of the to those who were prevented from liar green color. Illllenmeyer ay,court of Appeals, and he is entitled becoming a Kentucky fisherman, ac against the oil company for shipping Nebraska Farmers' Union and the attending the " meeting to become It Is allied to the pine family and . nn ,.nior,emnt not onlv on ne. cording to the press dispatches, in oil into the State without having it Farmers Grain marketing Committee charter member of the organization, on, close examination "you will notelcounl of h untforn, courl,.,y nn, taking a thirty-eigh- t foot wounded inspected. The otTiccrs had brought of Seventeen, will be one of the a special committee was appointed thc absorbed pine needles bound to kindness to all who go before his whale, that had previously washed 10.1 suits ngainst thc company and principal speakers. He also will atIt is of court whether as litigant or attorney ashore. Above action ordered print were preparing 500 more when tend the State convention of the composed of J, F. Holtzelaw, W. It. gcther In a solid leaf. Asiatic origin and carries with it the If Judge Hardin does not announce ed in Central Itecord." Judge Kvans granted n temporary Kentucky Farm Bureau Federation, Ilastm and W. II. Mason This I injunction preventing such action. which will be held during thc two W. It. Kelley, John M. Farra .the people should a live committee, It is felt, and all indescribable oriental appearance in for It involves all oil inspectorships. days following this meeting. It. - Klkin. It. K. Mclloberts three men made It known at the the branchc and leaves, character of draft him. Interior Journal. Three clauses in the Constitution While no definite plans have been W. II. Dickerson. J. A. Hcazley meeting last Thursday that they growth and color of bark." This quaint tree is tlje sacred tree Circuit of the United State are Invoked by decided on for the proposed meeting, would not accept n single refusal to Convened L. G. Davidson, J. - Gill the oil company nnd three Federal James R. lUwnrd, president of the K. II. Ilourland. II. S. Hudson. line up with thi progressive move- of Japan and every temple has one or more adjacent. judges will be required to sit on the American Farm Hureau Federation, Last Monday. ment for thc benefit of our city. The Guikg tree in Frankfort and case. Judge Evans has set March which represents a membership of Judge Hardin lost very little time Louisville bear berries that resemble 17 as the day for n hearing on the 1,500,000 in forty-iSuites, will in convening the Mnrch term of the red cherries from which the tree question of granting a permanent be among those delivering addresses. HELD injunction. Garrard Circuit Court last Monday, propagates, but the one in Geoffrey Morgan, sccreteary of tho one with Spend Weok-en- d With ha never borne fruit. Undoubtedly awhich seems to be nit.dullIloth grand charges that "the Kentucky federation light docket before Test. tThe petition act for the safetysaid charge of plans, will ,who is In because It is of the male variety. is not nn of confer with Local Agent, This is nut the ouly rare and in- Jury nml petit jury were easily se the people of thc State of Kentucky, Judge Robert W. IJIngham to I). C. Sanders ,A. T. Scott cured ami thirty minute after the Messrs. i teresting tree in our city. The late In truth an tlfact an act to plans for the meeting and to being and W. A. Doty, took the examina but Miss Syler. W. II. Kinnaird, who was a lover of court convened the docket wnt revenue for the benefit of the get him to make the address of called nnd case set for trial. Cir- tion for Tax Commissioner, before raise trees, hail n "Yellow Wood Tree" oil inspectors of the various councuit clerk James Wood, take to his County Attorney G C. Walker last Miss Lulie Logan, District Homo (Virginia I.utca) in his front yard ties of the State." Judge Dingham arranged a conferDemonstration Agent, from College on Danville Street, which is still job like a duck to water and with Monday. The net provides for a fee of 10 ence recently with Hernard M. New-lanMessrs. Sander and Scott are anof Agriculture, Lexington, spent the standing ami bear a profusion of the kind assistance of M. C. cents n barrel for Inspecting oil and Haruch, former chairman of the War Lincoln's capable clerk Inst nounced candidates for thc demopast week with Mis Joyce Syler, beautiful yellow blossoms. In n letaccording to thc petition the revAgent, visit- ter written twenty years ago by Monday .his work started otf smooth- - cratic and republican Home Demonstration nomination, enue derived under such conditions Indutrics Hoard, for the tobacco growers and warehousemen through ly- Club Owen Wlstar In reply to subject to the action of the August ing the Junior Agricultural an inquiry, and retained by thc inspectors is as which beneficial Information and The grand Jury had hardly been primary. Huckcye, Taint Lick, M utile, at high a I'JO.OOO a year and greatly counsel were obtained. stated that he had heard of only a No person can be elected County Mt. Hebron and Iluena few of the tree of this class In the" in session an hour, before it ordered exceeds thc cost of the inspection." Vista. United State; there being a few on sheriff Walker to summon before it Tax Commissioner without taking The office in Jrlferson county has Business Change. Specialist, Kentucky Itiver, two In Tennesee nbout 700 delinquent dog owners, this examination", as required by law. been estimated Mr. C'hupln, Poultry at yielding net about For the past 33 years, Mr. W. O. from College of Agriculture, spent and three In I'ensylvnnia, one of who have failed to pay the taxes re- He mutt be up on the following sub- - Jll',000 a year. Thc position is now- Friday with Mimt Syler. He talked which wa in his yard on Chestnut quired by law. They are ordered jects: Experience a nn assessor, held by floscoe Searcy, brother Uigncy Aas been one of the foreof to appear next Monday ,at which revenue laws of the state, geography Chcsley to the girl and boy of the most funeral directors of Garrard In Philadelphia. Street Searcy. time it will of the county, elementary training county and wo might say, second to Seventh and Kighth Grades, afThe Kinnulrd tree came from The following Is the make up of nnd business expenence. He must D. Kentucky none In the Stater and after so terward inspecting Mr. T. clilT. Dr. Hill and river Sucessful Sale. make a grade of 75 per cent. many years of hard nnd efficient O'Hearn'a Hock of llarred l'lymouth Allan A. Hurton each had one from the two juries: Grand Jury The sale of Hampshire hogs, Hock, Lexington pike; Mr. II. V. tho same source but both tree died. work, he has felt that new young J. M. Hell, Zack Hester, - M. by Messrs. New Itamsey's S. C. It. I. Iteds, Manse nnd Hasclden and blood should be Injected Into hi K. Dickcrson's yard may bo In J. McQucry. W. T. Doolin, Leslie Mrs. Ja. Ilurnslde'a White l'lymouth found two young Ginkgo Mr. J. F. Holtzelaw i having Aldridgc, at their Cresent Hill farm business and us a result o( this contrees that Hogan llallard, foreman, Hocks, Itichiuond pike. These Mocks came from Lexington several years erected his week, a modern eleva- - last Saturday was a decided success. clusion, has taken In as a partner, Charlie llallew, A. McKnight, Thorn-- n all met tho approval of the College ago and are growing slowly. Mr. W, It, Dickerson, tor in his furniture store, which About fifty head were sold, the bred his King, W. M. Humphrey, It. of Agriculture at Lexington. conscientiously will prove quite convenient In hand- sow and gilt averaging about 110 who has faithfully, Wv hope our citizen may become and Jack Adams. a head. and satisfactorily assisted him for ling his large stock. interested in planting tree to rePetit Jury These gentlemen are arranging to the past three years and today U Notice. place the old one that arc being Virgil Conn, Curtl Fotherglll, J. Thc Woman's Club met Thursday make this an annual affair, letting considered quite as good a the senidestroyed ruthlessly and which will H, men of take aii Conn, M. 11. Walker, W. M. Led-for- afternoon at the room on Lexing- owner of other pure bred stock, or partner. Garrard County are asked and every a generation to replace. For lien Wood, Dave Hankln, Sr., ton avenue. Mr. K. K. Mclloberts combine with them, thus making Mr. Dickerson will be thoroughly tree destroyed two should be urged te be present at a call George D. Koblnson, Martin Hroglle, called the house to order and after perpetual a rale that will mean lots endowed with a certificate as an meeting-- ef the AMERICAN planted. In this way our country G. T. Drown, S. II. Kstcs, George the business session, Mr. W. II. to the breeders of Garrard and adand will then be able to lift LEGION, SUNDAY AFTER. will be saved from deforestation. II. Todd, II. G. Klnjr, W. M. Hurton had charge of the program. joining counties. It has been proven thc heavy and important work from NOON at 2 P. M. at the I. O. Obvllsk Flour is th best flour Robert I'almcr, Sam Speake, Hon. Green Clay Walker gave a beyond the shadow of a doubt that the shoulders of Mr. Rlgney, who O. F. Hall in Lancaster. mad at any pric. Try a sack to. H. L. Hose, Frank Kstes, D. S. Swope, talk on the county and city govern- it pays to standardize your stock, deserves a well earned rest. The Please use every effort to be day. Wa la town. Henry Arnold, 8. L. Ualrd, W. T. ment. About fourteen member using only the pure bred, let it be new firm will be known as W. O. present Hudson A Farnau. Sutton, Henry Tankewley, A. J. Hlce. were present. chickens, hogs, cattle or sheep. Rlgney and Company, Ginkgo Tree Presented To Dr. O. P. Hill By Henry Clay Hoard of The. James A. fe'altco, announced that the Press dispatches from Ft. Meyer, body of Jese Calico, would nrrivc Plan Business and professional men of for an Important meeting Kdticntlon have met m two ditferent It One Of Three Brought LANCASTKR, Including retail occasions and each time hnve fail- Fin., gives the following account of in New York on March 18th., and of leaders in thc tobacco and farmTo Thi Country By linkers, luwycrs, doctor and ed to agree on the successor to Mr. the exploits of Saufley Hughes, of would be forwarded to I'aint Lick, ing industry of tin- State and nation othrr Interested In I hi betterment Japan Ambaniidor John Wynn, who died n few week this place who with his family have nrrlvmg there nbout the 2Jnd,, which through which it is hoped a solution "Non-Partislan- DEADLOCKED HUGHES HERO'S BODY UNITY IS AIM OF Board Captures "Wounded" To Be Returned To WEED GROWERS. I Whale. Of Education Paint Lick. Seek Way To Hold The Action Causes "Drastic" Resolution Disagree. A telegram to his Crop. father, Mr. Hy RtxbcsstU Pithing Club. n" " - mcr-chant- s, ,. g sugf-estc- e, ' 'MR Ijin-rast- attflr er - super-ntenden- n! ,i n "non-partisan- Draft JUICY n. JEOPARDY. .., Legality Of The spector high-clas- I- Court SPECIAL AGENTS EXAMINATION Three Take Tax x dis-cu- ss wel-com- e. d, ' I- Elevator. con-luct- n, son-in-la- Ex-servi- ce er Jen-ning- s, dlir The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Men 17 1921. 'Deyeuknew you can reJI their order county have pooled for a car load of certified Irish po tntoe to be purchased In Mlnneso- ta, according to County Agent r. K. Merriman. Powell county farmer are show. interest in poultry Ing increased raising, according to reports coming from the office of II. H. Harrison, county agent. A number of houses arc being built while several farmers have agreed to keep records on their Hocks. More than 100 Knox.county farmers recently attended n meeting In that county for the purpose of disntnmlirdlzation cussing , poultry work, nccordlng to County Agent y FRESH ORANGE JUICE IS MOST EXCELLENT FOR ALL CHILDREN cgartttMttr lOcts from one baof Bread Made From Karl Mnyhcw. County Agent D. V. Martin of Henderson county report that more eggs thnn 100 settings of pure-breSENUINC were recently purchased by different farmers In that county. More thnn 25 farmers In Oldhnm TOBACCO county have contracted for 100 purebred hatching eggs npiece ami plan-nc- d to raise White Plymouth Hocks exclusively, according to Gordon H. Is the source of Nance, county agent. Kentucky Ndtes A total of more than 150 Italian! county farmers and their wives From recently attended n three-da- y farm The form at Camp Knox near and home school conducted by County Farm Agent K. A. Whalin and ' Louisville, has purchased 15 regisI tered Holsteins an done purebred Mis. Lucy Hello Settle, home Qlvt the Kfddits Plenty f Rtsl Orangt Julct. K. M. agent. Subjects relatsire, according to a report of HEALTH AND STRENGTH AUK SOURCES "Why should I buy oranges and Hon of the fruit or Julct! of the fruit Prcwitt, of the Dairy Department ing to orchard, gardens, food, OF LIFE'S GREATEST ENJOYMENT. clothing and farm management were press out the Jnlce for the liaby when mttiird. Such terms should not b of Kentucky State College of discussed by specialists from the I can buy It already made!" said Mrs. nppllcil to products tlnvoriij only with lli)Uckccer, holding up a bottle con- cositlnl olls.nr eence. A number of fanners in JefTenon State College of Agriculture. Some few prixlurts on the inurket TRY A SACK TODAY. taining a yellow beverage with a fun- are coinpoHt In whole or In part ol clful name nnd the picture of a delicious, yellow oronse .on the label. fruit Juice, and It Is In order thnt purchasers may distinguish , Iwtween "This saveThits of work ami ! cheappriHlucts niHl the I till er, llesldes, the baby likes It real bee tatlon that the ottlclals lnslt upon well." "Hut this Is not orange juice; It Is correct Inlxdlng. only an Imitation." said the food sje- Action Will De Instituted. claINt, carefully examining the fancy Action will be Instituted under the label. "You said tbnt your physldan federal fid and drugs act In all can- LANCASTER, KY. told you to give thi baby orotitfe juice. found to be In violation of Its term. No physician would ever prescribe- this ny I In- - odlfluN. In th menntltHr. concoction. Fort tie picture of an eniiiwer win want nsil fruit Julrv orange nnd rend the tliiu print on the should ery carefully the label-o- f label. In that the iiinnufnctiirer prr- - l prepaBithms (mrportlng to lie such t. is financing them in their new THE UNIVERSAL CAR tends to comply with the provisionRENEWED TESTIMONY It l not rbiKI tbst these nrtltl net by partly rial prvprHtlii as u nile contain In of the food mill ilniji No omi In Lancaster win) surfers correcting some of the luHcndlng fen- - grcdlrtit InJuiioiti to the health of electric self starting The Ford Coupc-wittures of the Inbel. You notice that ndHlts. There l imi objection to theli backache, headaches, or dlstreisslng Grass Makes and lighting systcm.has a big, broad seat deeply urinary Ills can afford to Ignore this he dues not call It ornnge Juice anysale under pritper I1m'I. However Ijincaster man's twice-tolstory. It upholstered. Sliding plate glass windows st thac where, but creates the Imprison that they nre In no ene substitutes for Good Is confirmed tisstlmony Out no It Is by the picture of uti onipRe, and genuine fruit Jillr. In that they lnck the breeze can sweep right through the open reshW-n- t can ikiubt Sudan grass which can be planted the use of a fanciful nnme which sue the medicinal iHlltl chnracterlstb car. Or in case of a storm, the Coupe becomes a W. C Davis, tailor, IiinIIW 1'lke, in the late spring will make an gests or nee fruit. The color of the irf fnilt Juice. In no ens,., nny tin1 "Some time nsn Iincnster, says closed car, snug, rain-proHa3 and dust-proo- f. orange Is obtained by thu use of an (ltlrlals. sboulil tbee artlflrtnl prv pasture for Kentucky farms, Sidneys were In it bnd condition. all the Ford economics in operation and mainnrtltlclal d)e. The only part of the rations be substltiiled for orange Julc ray according to recommendations of the I sufferetl th pains across my orange In this stuff Is erliaps n mi- In feeillug rhlldreti. They do not huvi Soils and Crops Department of the tenance. A car that lasts and serves satisfacMy kktneys nute quantity of oil preyed from the valuable nntlscorbutlc propertle and through my loins. were Irregular In anion und I hnil to Kentucky State College of Agricultorily as long as it lasts. Demountable rims orange skin, or extracts from the dried nnd the henlth-gltlnvltnmlnes-- whirl ture. with peel, which cnrrle the nrouia and are found In the delclou Juice of get up many time at nUtit to insss tires all around. For the doctor Kxpenments conducted by the dethe secretions I had eiittaiWrabl flavor of orange." the orange. Tin1 best way to ge' st(Hidruc over to itn and I and travelling salesman it is the ideal car. partment have shown that this crop orange Juice fur children Is to buy the enjilly Not Getting Orange Julet. tlrel nnd UnguM, Dimui's gives a heavy yield of green grass "You menn to say my baby has not fruit nnd press out the Juice Kidney Pills from Mcllntrfs Irug at a time during July nnd August orange JoleeJ The been getting nny Store brought relief nnd I think thy when pastures nre usually short. doctor said he needed It more than are a fine kidney medicine." Four or five acres on the small farm mi) thing. No wonder ho stayed sick." THEORETICAL AMOUNT not interested fn' any car except Ford AfJAIN I'UAISHS IX)AN'H. Mr tVvvts will makv pasture for the family Over fisir years The only orange your baby gets OF "A TEASPOONFUL" said "I am alwnyslater Ui say n milk cows together with the pigs and from this bottle Is the smell," replied nl.nl goo.1 word for twin's. tbo food specialist. "Your physician When I have also the work horses at night. Acprescribed orange Juice for the baby rymptoms of kidney trouble cording to the department, it Is the because it contain certain orgaple Crrcct Quantity Is Placed at are sure, to give me relW-fquickest growing and most producacids which have medicinal value and c, at all daWr. Pont tive of all annual crops that can be Prim 5 Cubic Centimeters. also contains vltamlnes which nre simply k n kWlney grt grown Kentucky. This hMs in to growth? Your phjslclnu Doan'a Kidney litis--ththat true for all soil types in the State. prescribed orange Juice because the Mr. laivU ad. PosterMllbssrn Co., A circular and further informavltomlnes are lacking In suttlclent Hourtkteptr Measuring With a TeaMfr, Hiifflo. N Y spoon Should Fill It "Level." Not tion on the crop may be obtained quantity In pasteurized milk. Hut "Heaping," Says Offe of by wrttintr this concootlnn Is essentially n sweetsoils deNelson County Boys partment of the State and crop Agened, artificially carbonated water flaHome Economics. College of the vored with a little oil from the peel riculture, Lexington, Ky. Girls To Pracof the orange nnd colored to Imitate I'lve cubic centimeters Is what the t orange Juice. It contains noiiv of the buro.vii ot stambtrds lm a the tice use. Ohio County il medicinal ipumttty n teon'li holds, To also for winter Prof. Nicholas, farm orange ipmlltlet or vltnmlne of Will According to Juice." but sll spiMins do not cunform to this. Twelve Nelson county boys nnd To Keep Milk Records wages have not yet declined as Solve This Incident, which might occur tu The houekceicr measures with a ten. girls interested in dalring have ormkjii r.ixl nbould till It "letel," not much as the price of farm products any city of the I'nlted "Stntes, Wages. In cooperation with the dairy deganized n dairy calf clifti purchased llnw ninny tesMMinfuls the warning recently Iufd "lieiitlnB." but when the drop does come it will diHss n HHind of linWIiij Kiviter con e their calves and started what they partment of the Kentucky State by the ottlclals of the bureau of chemmuch be greatly offset if the hired man Land owners can do of Agriculture ten Ohio counof tain? Apimrcntly the uiiiiibpr decnds intend to make a foundation herd assisting in the readjustment has a garden from which he can istry. United States Department In- - on ynurelf, towanl Agriculture, to rind carefully nil uhui the spoon timil. lltMi of dairy cattle .according to the ty farmers have agreed to keep In farm wages which promises to obtain many of the necessary vege- bels on food nnd ilnig package. tin. bnmd of iNtllng (Hiuder you iuy dairy department of the Kentucky daily milk records on their dairy come this year by encouraging hir- tables. Nntlonnl prolilbltbiti tins resulted In upon the can In the lot which you State College of Agriculture, An cows, to weight, their milk and feed ed men on their farms to plant and to get, and upon u few other It Is equally Important that the the market being tlMh-- with soft averofce price of $100 per head was a bainnced ration to their cows, accultivate a garden this spring .ac- farmer make plans to insure a gar- drink, some of which lire Imitation feelers which, though seemingly pnbl for the bred heifers which the cording to K. M Prcwitt, a member do enter Into the prod cordant to I'rof. W. I). Nicholas, den for himself nnd hi family dur of various fruit juices and Mild under youngsters purchased, A local bank of the department, In order to cndc, If ll.HI. head of the farm management de- ing the. present temporary period (Jfj fnnclful nnines powder lasts A pouinl ot baking partment of the Kentucky State depression.' In spite of the fact possible, the nmsstdiy of stating on the lnjel what the priMluct nuliy l. longer with some cooks thnn It dixit College of Agriculture. Such a that he may have less money the In nn endeavor to Icnrn Hccniise garden should be planned to supply farmer will still have many comforts the Inbel of the deceptive nature of ultb others. ivbere the difference Is made the on some of thec products, an abundance of vegetables and that need not be purchased if he has the ol!lclnl In clnirse of the enforcekitchen In the orllce of potatoes not only for summer but a good garden. ment of the federal food and drugs home economics of the I'nlted States YOU OUR act lime Instituted proceedings to re- department of Agriculture recently InMlng. In the mean- r,iiducted n series of exHrtments. quire correct d sP1 Glen Lily M "BullDurham Flour Farm Here And There HEALTH AN0 STRENGTH Agri-cultur- e. garrard; milling Sudan co. - pre-Jec- t h J - Ijio-caste- Farm Pasture. nt of , lfm Haselden Bp3 Garage. Tn' fr And Garden Help Problem Of Farm n-- llie.i.-1-lln- Dairying. Farmers Col-leg- bin WANT MONEY BLACK PAT $15.00 To He ia Hi hnnds hijfh, blnck with white face, 0 years old ket. and a natural walking horse. Read Labels Carefully. He will make the season of 1921 at my barn at Hyatts- While the label referred to are ville at grossly mlslendliig on n cksuhI riwdliu time, pending Jtiillclnl decisions us to wbnt Is correct labeling of these prod-uct- s e under tbo Inw, mine continuing to put their deceptively labeled products en the marliinnufne-Uirein'ar- Insure a Living Colt. Ulack I'ut is sired by Walking P"t, he by Jesse Cobb" Black L'at'H first dam by Silver King, sired by Joe Karris' Silver Kinuj and hu by Stonewall Jackson. 1st. dam by Stonewall Jncknoii, Jr.. 2nd. dam by Old Stonewall. Jackson, Ulack Fat's 2nd., tlnnf Old Pat Denmark, 3rd. dam, Old Urennon, 1th. dam, Old Coppec Hottom. Will also at the same time and place stand my fine yotuif Jack, occur. to a few marcs $10.00 TO INSURE A LIVING.COLT. Cure Lien retained on all colts for the season money. taken to prevent accidents, but not responsible should any John, Sunday at J. C. Gastlneaju- - such us s glwn by the average houso-wifthey uuully do contain statement In a iwre, or less IncoiisplcuiMs way which will rcwul to the careful, critical render the fact that the product Is not what It purport tu be. Thce Inconspicuous statements iw usually pin nil on the labels for the naltlt-purpose of exuding the for misbranding. The manufacturer hopes to mlslcnd the purchasers by suggestive statements and pictures pluyed up prominently nit the, label so as to Instant attention, and escape the charge of misbranding by correcting the misleading features with Inconspicuous statements In another part of the label which the. atemgu purchaser does not rvad. The iiltlclnls hnvv ruled that the "punch." terms "ade," "mhm.Ii." "crush," und "smash," when ued In conjunction with the iiutue of a fruit can be applied correctly only to which contain the edlMe por- s s Vtirlous tyjM-- of eiMiLIng teniooh were llrst with to de turtnlne the exact amount held In ixicli case. tiitli the ordinary tenoou nnd those, "measuring swions" which mu linked together In sets were tet d. A vnrlntlnu of from K'd to IMI tviisHoufuls wns fouiul In (he snine pound can when different teaspoon weru UsihI. The (KTsonnl iiiintlon nlo enters Into the nmount which Is cnllnl u tensioonful. It wns found the differ. dices due to Indhldilul Hinuliulntloii ranged from PI per rent In .TU per rent, n wider range of variation than those due to the different capacities of different tenkootis. s 1 We Want Your Produce An even exchange is good for both of us, but we will make It a little better for you by paying you the HIGHESt market price for your produce of all kinds. IToweJioM Why ship it away yourself end take what you can get for it when you can better afford to sell to us and get good prices and quick money? We buy for cash everything that the farmer raises in the way of produce, poultry, eggs, etc. QuesfOM I'se moru milk by cooking rice und cereals In It. Cauliflower Is delicious served with mayonnaise dressing. Harrodcburg Ice COMPANY. It. L. HAG AN, STANFORD ST., & Produce 2.1 Br. If u 'roust i LANCASTER, KY. HI Is hasted Jul-y- many Hint's It will be Mill wore The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday, Mch 17, 1921 children Mrs. Milton Ward Is on the nick and Miss Wllmn Henry were enter-tnlnrSunday nt the home of Mr. Hit. Mr. llnrry I). Hire spent Sunday nnd Mr. Wlllinm flnrk. Mr. J. I'. Foley hns returned home with Lexington friend. nfter n visit with hi sitter, Mr. Mr. Tom Ward, wn the guest Mrs, .Sumlny of Mr. nml .Mr. It. II. Ward, Frnnk Ilrown of Ileren, nnd Mnlissn Hutchcns, of Wiillnceton Mmllaen. in Mr. und Mrs. Joe Turner nml Mr. (labc Klktn. of dlbcrts Creek run, Muster Virgil nnd little daughwas a recent vMlwr of Mr. nml Mm. ter. Alice, spent the dny Sundny James. Ynnti. ml.) Mr. .nml Mrs. John Oiborn AMIe Vaults wn tin- vWtnr Mi samFTvaaaBK Mrs. J. H. linker, who hns been Saturday of Mr. Ilascom IVIphrry BBBM YiBBY visiting her son, Mr. nml Mrs Kdd in I. a n muter. linker, lins retumeil to the home of SYBBaaTaTaH bbt Miss Kthel Hame I spending the her daughter, Mr. nnd Mr, l'reston work with Mrs. Henry Tuttle nml Snyder, of the I'mtr Itldge road, Miss Dayslc Itunclt. Mrs. Carrie Davidson, who spent Miss MhuiI Yatcr Is vMting her the winter nt Tulsa, Okln., with her grandmother, Mrs. Patience son, Mr. nnd Mrs. U. I.. Dnvidiun, of Stanford. hns arrived nt Richmond nnd Is visitMr. and Mrs. Ww. Sutton were ing her daughter, Mr. Z. T. Itlce Friday visitor of Mr nml Mri. (Suy and Mr. Itice. Davidson of Uinrtister. Mr nnd Mrs. Win. I.nnc nnd litThe character of wrap limit admired Use V. C. IVrtlliirr far tobacco tle son, Plomdc Mao nml I shown In the Itluitrnllnii for spring beds. It will advance jrour plants Snvnnnnli ljne, Mr. nnd Mr. Kdd tbove. It I a compromise between two wrtki, Hudson & Farnau. linker, mid daughter, X.adn llyrl were i cape and it coat with n Ktrixie flavor jf the former. Fashion's mirror revisitors of Mr. nnd Mrs. Itoy nntl Kmery Turner, Sunday many cape purr nml simple flect of Ijinrnstrr, nml Karl Doolin, spent Carl I'endleton of I'tensnnt Hill. itnl many cos?!, embodying more or Sumlny with the Humes hoys. ;e the lines of cspr. Communing With Htrtttf. Mim Stella Nnylor, of Ijinrnster, One day while mother went to town wa the nttnirtive Sumlny visitor of Hobby was left In grandma's care, Missis Cnrrie nml Ilctilnh Yatcr. who, always being nlone, had (level Muster Hubert Lee Simpson, of eted the habit of thinking aloud. AftForUp-To-Dat- e (.aticastcr, spent Inst week with his er watching her goliftr about her work, the while. Hobby sister. Mr. and Mrsi Ollle (iniham. talking to her-lInnocently asked: "Is you tellln' yourMrs Win. Kimler nnd little son, self snineslng. grandma)" Ituhen Harris, Mrs. C. It. Henry nml rhililren, vlsltesl Mrs. Mlley Ilcazlcy Tuesday. I'COPLK FOR WHOM TIIF. Mr. nml Mm. James llawn of UEST IS NONK were Sutulny visiters of Mrs. TOO GOOD A. J. I'nyne nnd Mr nml Mrs. Ijin- Are always, the most enthusiai-ti- c concerning the exhnm. cellence of our William Mr. and Mr. Walker DRY CLEANING AND spent Thursday night nt McCrrnry, DYEING visiting their daughter, Mr. nnd Mrs. We have one of the most Hoy I'rather. efficient and all kinds of Remodeling Departments Mrs. Win. Clark of the Lexington d Fur in the country road was the guest Thursday of Mr. into the mode very ('. nnd Mr. Milton Wnr.l nml Mrs. quickly Men's and women' It Henry garment altered in nny way SHE OK I'HONK desired. Mr. and Mrs. Tnyler llolton are We dye fur skin nnd re aver the rrreivinir cangrntulotlon mi model them in nny way B, P, arrival ef a little daughter, born on We tailor make men' or ladies' tarns uitt $50.00 up. Latest ityles. Manh Hth. TEASDALE M ss Witmn Henry of the Fall Lancaster, K)'j G25.627 WALNUT STREET I . .. road, spent Quick Service and (Joed Work Friday night nnd CINCINNATI, OHIO. Sa'jr.'ny w.th Mr. C It Henry nnd nnd il IN FASHION'S MIRROR GUY. Mr. Milton Ward. Mr. ('. It. Henry ENCHANTING MILLINERY, A RISK ROMANCE By 2 LUCI MINNlt br M M. TOWNSEND. m fTi2to ft. Baaaku V 4ti .MI-iK- Plumbing, Heating, Guttering, Roofing, f Wherever fashionable congregate, on an afternoon or evening In the com. lug summer, our eye are destined to fenst upon Mich etirhaiitlng millinery an that shown ulmre. In IhU group of four hatN both France nnd Amerlru nre represented by models that vie with one another. The topmost hat, from l'n Ms, li iiiude of n fabric having blnrk cellophane figures on n silk background. Another French hat approve this long limiting at the side, ns shown In the round Ijnt of navy blue eree with band of pink crushed roes. Nnvy blue wn chosen, having black rellophnne for Its hnmlsoino rival with black Inre veiling the eye ami Ainerl-c- n further distinguishes Itself In the albblnck satin hat with cellophane trimming nml long luce veil that Muhenna-coloni, (rn l ul. I Hetty Sitmiift nf n hi w extern lnur-atir- e rotnpHiiy itemit one of llieir nnp- - city mniw, turneil the mtieh (HiNteil luicex until lm cntne to the imrtlctllnr Mreel ileicinel on the applli .itl'tn uhlih he In her hand nnd ran a linger ilmn .e Ktre-- t Ih the ll'tle ("llre uliletf the rcrre. t iiiimlier. .Hm- cnrefiilly the MirViitiudllie HH'I then hIhhiIc her head. aidleii-tlot- i 'We'll hne to lwe tli nmcHliil. Mr. I'helpi." A tiill joiiiis .man eanie at Imt call awl Rlanrtil at the "Vou imin. ." he eoiitlntieil III exltialinii, "tt'a - hut iiolliliikmi old hnek. aurniumteil mi nil fllle hy illlaiilateil linllduic. On thN hie In ii Iniintlry and on the womli-other another shack. Hie whole Mreet l one hltr fire trni." "Hut ther only want W) im lioue. hold furniture, Mlii .Sliiiin reeutel ur!i eay lie of her Klven iiaiiie tilnl (ililiily nhnnej It. '"I kfMiw. hut If ever n cond lire pot Marled III that neighborhood there wouldn't he n hrun left. I'm ijulte Mire the fiirnltnn- - which you wouhl not remain foitetiileil unhurt In the nrr." Ii'ilie the MirniKin the jiiuni! man (Ql t tar Im-- I. 11. N,.p.t.r STRIKE itIstoastc hoe - lir d CIGARETTE No cigarette has the same delicious flavor as Lucky toasted cigarette. tell-lnl- Strike. Because Lucky Strike is the one-Mnr- n Sticking. Little Harry, not bavins taken hi euitomnry afternoon nnp. nnd feellnj alone toward nlcht. ald to hi father: "I'apa, you will tunc to maka me u new eye, this one keep stick lii-p- Inc. lshes, the picture. Wrongly Named. The bllndworm Is not blind; neither li It a worm, hut a kind ot lizard. t?w;;,.;Kv::5:,.?:i:o::?'.:?roM BETTER THAN TOBACCO " lie lnitil unit to nil Intent n etiBHeed In ll otrlctly lililnei inni;rnllin -"hut, Hetty hnve you no heart?" Hetty uliireil. "What are ou drlv-Iri- s Htl ThN U a MMir htilnr rllc, a ery Imil tire hajwrd. and iirolmhly a tMMir moral haranl n well- .- I'olks who llvi. In iui'ii place nmy not he oermrileuhir nhout M'ttlne a rlre. eloer wn lietidllil. "I tfraiit )ihi that, hut ih-n- Anele-v- t London Markrtt. , Ixmdoir oiilext markets are ald to he Smilhti'dd, where cattle were rold In 11'". nil HllllncuRate, which I reputed to have been founded In 400 H. V l'lHe hate "A I Repairing, wa enlly. "ihl SINGLE COMB BROWN It onlerel ennrelhil." fHiyliic. Hellj," In- Mwir il couple hi'tfim a hiMiie. nil xcciire In Tin Work trnns-forme- LEGHORN .EGGS 16 for $1. 100 for $5-l- ash ilringin and a load trale of Tobacco nnd It for egg. Lnncaiter, Ky. " ERLE C. FARRA llox 173. lm. mid then you. n clrl wllh. nit a henrt, refine in liue tl.elr Iinlley whi-i- i the) try to lnun- - 'he material part of their lmpplnev IM.'iii.' It uiiNheil. they IivkIii t. think alMiut the wir oiitlde of their :J home, the rickety old nreprHirie hnck. They to to uleip dreadlnt; F. that elixir of life, afraid the ho- uj will hiirn arniiiid them while they H "lumher. The iioIm of the laundry he. conies prophetic; the kid next door with u lire cracker net their riene Jancllnc. IVace I cone ami all hapiltie. their hae fan-eli of Boiton' Tremont Street. orlcln of Hoston's Tremont treet I said to he a corruption of by which ncmc the town of Hoston wns first known owing to the preence of three hlch hllla enr. Ins of a baekRround to the renlnsula. Orljln The ru. Cau and Diphtheria. Cats don't carry diphtheria, declares Doctor Suvaee, medical officer of health for Somerset county, Ens-lanIn an nddre to the Itoyal Sanitary Institute Doctor Savnce tated that, even when cat were chely nv loclateil with dlplitla-rl- i patient, tha truo diphtheria hnclllu could not h found In their thmat. lie had tried to Infect cata with human diphtheria, hut had failed. d. a Hint a HENRY CLAY BISCUITS Light, tender, fluffy biscuits, baked yellowish brown, piping hot there's no better dish this side the Ohio. They are jus! the thing for a breakfasl or any oilier meal. The whole family d loves them. They remember them from meal to meal, if they are baked from good-nature- T I: " HENRY CLAY FLOUR I f i Did you ever slop to consider what a pleasure it is to make biscuits from flour that you know is always reliable? You are sure of having them in time to serve jusl at the right moment, when they are steaming hot, when the guests and die family arc ready. HENRY CLAY Flour makes this possible. A mm U'yW(7 . l.'V I ;'i ti the ncctlrt biscuit Hour. It sacs shoitcninc, makes lalings certain and adJi Koodnctt to the cct dulie which every one lovti. For two generation: it has made home taking a pleasure in tihousands of hornet throughout the South. muMM vho!comc Gel a sack front your grocer TODAY then you II use no other. X X Lexington Roller Mills Co. U,rsft(4 LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY V HENRY lp SJLH ' "5BaaaaaML tXlHUCT dM woman, hut you have utterly failed to he n hUHlne p man. If you She hurried w ay leaxlue a much dUconeerted permm leanlnc hut the map counter. The much nhned $.Vki policy wa cancelled In due enon. Iay paed n they do In all liinurancw offlce. Hetty retnlned a cold alienee, eTen Icnorlnc Jimmy's wlmful nttempta to npp.-o- r contrite. Am theti. one day, nfter the company had .uMalned n he came over to itettj' corhlf ner, hi face nclow, all dlffereocea for-sten. "I've cot my chance. Hetty." he ald eacerly. "I Bfced for It and I'm so-l- n to do lnieetlnir. Mnrtliic thin with that hie lom at W . Pe liiiiiKlneil that ou were l, IW'tty, hut jierhap If I try to hecoiiie a huIne man, perhap " Hut Ml Simula totally Ignored the face almve her. "I ean't eer fornlve you." alie atmounctd curtly, hanclni: nway on her noUele.s typewriter In nn effort to create nole. She thought, with remore, of her word late that ufternoon when there wine rumor that the rtiuVy wall of the w ruin had collapseil. Injuring eernl. The coinKiny could not cet In tourti'wllh It aeentand Hetty went hoimi without her il'tiiil appetKr for MijijK'r. She trieil to cut and at Iut, ufter eeral atteinin. cne It up and n little MiiilUL'fucvdl.v went to the tele. phone. The volcv at the other end of the telephone seemed coolly Impernonal. "Ye, ho him heen hurt hadly, thouch not ierlouly." "Could khe come over?" There was a moment of alienee and then: "I'm dorry, hut he think you nre. probably not really Interented and It would only be an mitieceatary bother." "I'll he rlsht oer," atd Mlf Hetty SI turn, nhortly. Jimmy' while face crinned abofe the eoverlet. "Trieil to be a bulne nian, but. 'twas knncLtM on the head tlmt time, by a brick, at that, fine I can't be noihln- - hut a 'iob lUtor eterk." Hetty IIpiHil n hand oer hl one unbatidaEeil one. "Jim," she mid oft-l"it wna menu of me to call jou that. If jou'll Jut try to Ret tronic vxiti neiiln. I'll we'll make u huiiiiei man of )ou tocelher," "WW he queried faintly, and a she nodded, he chook hi head. "No, It wa neltliih even to think of ucli a thlnit. Hetty." "It wuiii't. If jou have withdrawn tho doien proouls Jimmy I'helpt, I'll lake u Imp year" opiwrtunlty. Wa can Hart with $nml wnrth of dollar-dow- n furniture, In u humhle shuck, anywhere." "And uppolns the furniture jieople come for our aturl when we can't pay, or or the Iruunince company refuse our iKillcy. thervby deatroyloe our of mind, whut then, Htttyr ha anted. niKi'hlevounly. "It won't happen, and If It ihoutJ we'll still have each other." "Ul that K&W eaocvled polley," aid Jimmy fervently, forfvttlor hi be drvr htr to till cheek, ' hurt hand IVr-ha- That will ilo, Mr. I'helpi. htilne iilHo'. I try to he hearted " a "BIRD OF, Till bul-in- - h had" PARADISE" At Lexington Opera House. Some of the Hawaiian word used exotic in Itlchard Walton Tully' drama, the "Hird of Paradlie," r In, which come. to the Opera house-fotwo night commencing Friday, Mch. IS, with matinee Saturday nnd their translation nre: "Vow," it is finish- hard-heartei- ' y, ed; "wike wike," "hurry up"; "pana Kreetini;; hana," work; "aloha," "nui," love to you"; "pillkea." trouble. The names of five Hawaiian boy who appear in this pretty romance are Kupili, Koa, I'olihale, Mokolilani and Kin. One instrument resembling a guitar known as the ukulele. The play I beautiful nnd IntenseHawaii, ly atmospheric. It shows with its shore girdled by lory wave on languorous moonlight; Hawaii with its native homes; their tide door open for flame colored flower and blue sen and sky ;Hawaii with maiden it laughing and dnclng crowned and garlanded with brilliant flowers, maiden casting eyes of witchery at white stranger. "The Uird of Paradhc" is geography made easy nnd poetry realized in the every day. Agaitm th! background of unique beauty is lived rather than acted, a powerful story of two women and two men upon the live o fthe men who love. them. One, with the sensuous charm of the young Kanaka, vows that she will woe her husband and keep him "by the charm of Hps and arms." Tho other, a snow mlden says: "I will keep him and hold him by the power of the mind." The girls live and love and pay the price of live and love. Then each seek each other and say: "I My way ws wrong. has failed. Teach me your way to win and keep a man's love." Kvry woman knows, and every honest woman will admit, that this i beyond the knowledge she desire all earthly thing. She will learn it if she see "The Hird of Para-diseItichard Walton Tully, under whose direction the production is olfered, has assembled a lengthy cast of capable player, which includes Miss Ann Header, as l.uann, Ilawtian Macaulcy, as Dr. princes; William Wilson; Kllcn Muhnr, ns Diana; John firlbncr, as Hoheno, and Mr. and Mr. Carroll us the missionaries. One of the interesting spectacles of this compelling performance is the final scene of the play, showing Mt. Kllauea in violent eruption, and Luana's leap to death into this burning crater. Adv. 1 ." The Central Record, Lancaster. Ky. Thursday, Mch ,17 92 1 1 . The General News w MAKKSBURY Mr. Hobert Fox has been quite sick for the past two weeks. Kev, and Mrs. S. K. Sknggs, were guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. W. T. Dootln SHAMPOOING RUGS & CARPETS Just equipped n $ 2,fi00.00 Hug nml Carpet cleaning I will open for business nbout Mnrch 10th, SEND FOR US TO SEND FOR YOUR RUGS AND CARPETS. We hike them spotted nml dirty, we return them spotless-l- y clean. You'll hardly recognize your old rugs nnd cnrprt. The vivid colorings reduced by ngc nrfd wear to dingy, ashy greys will be restored to their original brightness. They will be mnde to glow with lustrous cleanness nnd the dclicntc pattern! will be revealed anew. Where little grease spots once spread into bit: one there will be none. .Your rug nnd enrpcts will be soft, stainless, taintless clean to fee, touch and smell clean to live with. All work called for nnd delivered, Will nlso run truck to Danville, Stanford nnd Crnb Orchard, twice n week. Phone .144. I hnvc plant which ' Lancaster Carpet Cleaning Works II. L. BAILEY, Prop. LANCASTER. KENTUCKY. First Street Railroad. America' the first street November M. railway in America begnn operation. It was the New York & Itarlnn road. only ear wan drawn The llne' by one horn- - nnd ran from Mie cily hall to Fourteenth street, n distance . of a mile nnd three-quarter- CHIC RED1NGOTE DRESS Island's Fine Climate. The Inland uf Mujorcn. one of the Daloeric Isle off the coast of Spain In the Mediterranean ten, I bettered to !ine the Itneit climate In the The temperature remains world. practically Stationary nt TO degree and breeze blow cnntantly. Moor Holy City. Shearman, in Morocco, la one of tha few cities left In the world nboao atreeta have never been trodden by a white map. It tho holy city of the Moors, and U to Jealously guarded that no European explorer has ever been able to enter It. 1 Vlttv ,nirann urn In ,Inll nt Sentta. ... . - ...... boro, Ala,, charged with nlghtrldlng I An Knglish legal dictionnry, pub lithed In 1007 la owned by Judg Wnlter 1. Lincoln, of Louisville. Hilly Sunday's revival now going I on in Cinclnnntl ,i drawing thou nnds to his tnbernncle every night. Daisy Fitzhugh Ayres, Washing' ton correspondent lo the Courier Journal, says, .Mrs. Hnrdlng Is not nverse to cigarettes. King Swope, former Congressman tins r' turn oil from Washington nnd expectes to locate 'n Lexington where he will practice law. George Harvey, of New York nnd 'editor of Harvey's Weekly, will be I named as ambassador to London by President Hnrdlni;, it is said. Liquid poison has been discovered by the Chemienl Wnrefare Service, that three drops will kill nnyon whose skin it touches. An appeal to the American pee pic to do everything in their powe to nid the famine conditions in China, hn been issued by President Hnrdlni;. Jnme Stillmnn, president of th National City Hank of New York City, in n counter divorce suit, ha nsked to pny $10,000 n iminth nil mony by his wife. Lexington business men will .give n boosters trip through Kastcrn Ken tucky. A special trnin of four conch es will tnke the pnrty on April 18th GENUINE ' nml A retYrS'tyo day. Inter. I I McRoberts Drugstore well-know- n de-er- Five men were burned to death miMinif .inili fifteen were .V.'I: .r.'.5V.T- - .V,"'! eriouSly .inJurl. in tire nt Hich- , . . tin- ll.lltlil 11 j llll IMMHIl 111 IUHH (mil. tirsirujrti iwto luriu iiiuiiu nnd graceful frock for afternoon, !ma f 600.- which In shown above. It ha an no I Cur stons. Property cordlonplalted un.Iep.lli of satin unil 000.00. an overdress In redlngnte style, which Claude Stephenson, n Mount 0tj1Pr Mt) or wooi. business man was beaten into unconsciousness by two unknown assailants nnd robbed of $100. 11 Australia' Climate. wns moved to Lexington hospital A word should correct the Imprest nnd Is in n serious condition. slon. too prevalent, that Australia Is Kichnrd James, charged with the a continent of untempen-heat murder of two distillery guards at throuchout h torrid year. It would be Midway, last October, was hanged atrance If a continent of Australia' by a mob nt Versailles last Sunday size could not show every variety of climate. In Sidney's fflffnonths. for morning early. He was tried by example, no chances when administering medijury Friday, which failed to agree, train will n few hours' Journey by take you to the heights of eleven favoring the death penalty, the lllue mountains, where nights cine to the sick. that' while one had held out for life im clamor for the warmth of a wood fire prisonment. temper the hot, dry sunshine of perSee triat your compounded by .: i While building n coal tipple nt fect days. Kxchange. Iv Ky John Cornell, Oil A REGISTERED PHARMACIST j Jihkson, I WOLF TRAIL years old, was caught under fallen rock and sustained seven fractures Come to Mrs. Homer Hay is able to be I of the right leg; two fractures of the left below. the knee; a.frncture out again. ' of the left thigh; u broken back n Mrs. W. T. Moberley was on the! broken nose nnd his hend wns split sick- list n few days last week. from the back over to his left eye. Hook and Flinch seams to be tak i Physicians any he will recover. ing the day in this vicinity now. Two Louisville girls were overMrs. Jasper Matthew n were the come by gns fumes nml hive been guestsof .Mrs. .Mose Kay Tuesday. The Peet Oryden Cannibals Wldtly Scattered. mid often quoted unconscious since last Friday morn- Thoe Cannibals bare been found In hisMrs. Klijah McMillian spent thej vt the Ing. Hoth lying in n comotote state day Thursday on Poor Hidge with toric times In both North nnd South line. "None but the brave America, Africa, India. Australia, New fair," are to b found In an ode which that has puzzled nil the local phyxi- relatives. wns written by Uryden on tho Feast clans. Zealand, and the Po1ynelan Islands. ,ittle Miss Virginia Casey Is with Alexander In honor of St. CeceltU's of 7 Mr. and Mrs. iV. day, which occurs three day Inter. her Tree Stumps Take New Life. Club Notes. Moberley. Tree mumps without foliage of any The Electric Fish. The following questions will be sort sometimes live and grow. Kng-llt- li Mr. Abe Hurton spent the day Certain fishes exhibit peeullar elec- nskvd and discussed nt the meetirlg experiments have declik-- that In Sunday with his mother, Mrs. Hurton means of avoiding trical phenomena of muscles, nerves of the Woman's Club, their search after Thursday, in Madison county. death, the roots of felled trees will and heart, which hnc glwn them the March tth.: name of electric fishes. These have returned to Mrs. Lucy Preston unite with the rootlets of living trees 1. What nllltnry olficea does the er, home .Sunday after n weeks stay near by, and derlte nourishment from I the poer of giving electrical shocks from specially constructed and living Governor hold? thein. with Mrs. Homer Hay. viecinvai ouin-nri- . 2. When may he call out the milt-tin- ? Red Star Block coal is the belt Give a Thought to the Living. May he ask. the President to oal that comes to this market. We as Substitute for Sandpaper. It la remarkable how few of us Coke nid him? When? What is his ye it. Hudson & Farnau. A sandpaper aubstltutu that has speever think that angels may bo enter tools "malf?" ami Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Moberh-tnlned unawares, that the misfit niuj cial merit for removing rut fromcrush, II. May the Governor be Impeachlaughter were week-envisitors of be the one who Is In time lo Imioor-tallz- e without scratching Is made from bis name and cast luster on the ed coke. Tho coke Is crushed to tho ed? How? What of the other Mr. and Mrs. Harve Tenter. It required degree of fineness nnd sifted olTIcers? country of his birth or Mdopttnn. .Mr. nnd Mrs. W. T. Moberley may It: nil riclit to cnuonlre the treat throush n piece' of cloth onto.n piece . I. Describe the duties of the l.leu- isited Mr and Mrs. Walter Cusey of course luter. which has been coated when they are dead, but It is' sad to Saturday night nnd Sunday. with glue. After the glue baa dried, tenant Governor, think how few of them havo been the tmier Is ready for use. 6 ow t0Kt the'Tiovernor Influence while alive. Kxchange. Mrs. lUigh Moberley hail as her the legislature? Does the latter pay guests Tuesday Mrs. Harvey Teater i I any attention to the Governor's mes- - nnd daughter, Miss Hernice. Mr. Abe Hurton recently purchas 0. Give argument in favor of an ed a nice horse from Mr. Gilbert executive council instead of the pres. Sanders of Madison price unknown. Keep n careful itemized account of all your expenses, ent arrangement large and small, for one month. During that month continue Mr. and Mrs. Wilbert Dailey en- 7. Give reason why both state and ertnincd Sunday Mrs. Abe Hurton, to spend just as you have In the pa it. county superintendents of education Mr. nml Mrs. Klijah McMillian and At the end of the month check up your total expenditures, should be appointed rather than son. and NOTK T1IK MONEY THAT HAS BEEN L1TEHALLY elected. FKITTEKED AWAY. Try llanna's Lustro Finish, the H. Give reasons for a four-yea- r The next step is to open a invlngs account with us and made to walk on varnish for aour adopt tho habit of savins in lieu of frittering. term as against one or two years. painting this Spring. Get it at Conn Saving leads to success. Frittering keeps you down. Can the Governor of Kentucky be re. Bros. Live and Let Live Folk, elected? Mr) and Mrs. Homer Hay and Mr. t. What Is the most recent law Karl Dailey and Miss Hert Dailey regarding jailers and sheriffs who al- spent n delightful evening with .Mr. low prisoners to be taken from Frank Hay and daughter, Miss Mon-tiOF LANCASTER. them? Saturday. S. C. DENNY, Cashier. 10. Can the Governor grant parMr. and Mrs.NJohn Dailey had as dons? Paroles? their Sunday visitors Mr. and Mra. Cop! 11, Has Kentucky a civil service Carl Moberley and little daughter, law to control appointments? V(ou!d Mr. and Mrs. Hobert Sowers, Misses Roll Bank I Agnes Jones and Virginia Casey. it be .desirable? Ttia ..... Mlxup Waa Too Much for Him. Cheater could not understand why Lloyd was called his It was explained to him his father had married twice. He "couldn't seem to grasp the Idea, however. Lloyd soon married and was later divorced, all of wmcn mystmed Chester greatly. Hut , when Lloyd married again his bcwlj. derment was complete. "Dad." he lm- plored. "what relationship Is Lloyd to na now?" j half-brothe- giant Devil fish, that towed two bouts forty miles from Palm Hench Kin,, escaped when the cable broke although it had been harpooned fou time nnd shot eight time with ; rifle. The Southern Presbyterian l)e nomination will attempt next Sunday to raise $l,'i00,000 for the benevo lent work of the denomination ilur ing the ecclesiastic year beginning April J st. f:!".t r..lln,,.U .v.....h,t 'L ,1,1, ...... ,1... 1 ,c -- .. ..l. !... oim.r. ' ..... 1 1 Tuesday. Little Miss Louise Gosney has been visiting her grandmother, Mrs, W. J. Geancy, county; Mr. Irvln Creech, of was the guest one evening last week of Mr. Kyle Ison. The infant child of Mr. nnd Mrs. Ed Nnylor, who has been seriously ill is better at this writing. Mr ami Mrs. Ernest Gosney and little son, Woodrow, went to Lex the ington Thursday to at'cml wrestling match. Try llsnna's Luilro Finish, the made to walk on 'varnish for your painting this Spring. Get it at Conn llroi. Live and Lt Live Folk. Mr .nnd Mrs. N J. Gosney gnve a dinner to the immediate fnmil last Sunday in honor of the bride and groom, Mr. nnd Mrs. Joe Gosney V. C. F'rtiliser Ss best for tobacco land and beds. You cannot afford lo risk a small yield on your (round thit year. Ui V. C. Fertiliser. Hudson & Farnau. nnd son, Mr. nml Mrs. Jno. Mis Irene Holland and Mr Charlie mih ,of Huckeyc were guests of Mr. Ed Nnylor nnd family Sunday Mr. Oinrlie Pope and children, of Mnrcellua ,and Mr. nnd Mrs, Sher nn, of Junction City, have been re cent visitors of Mrs, Ernest Gosney Try llanna's Lustro Finish, the made lo walk on varnish for your painting this Spring. Get it at Conn llroi. Live and Let Live Folk. Itev. Lewis Thompson of Georgetown, wns ended by the church last Saturday to tnke charge of thoi work at this place. Kev. Thompson accepted the call extended by' the church and will move right away to begin hH pAstornl duties. Working Society wi The meet with Mrs. It. S. Clark next Thunnlay. The Inst meeting of the society wns held with Mrs. K.lnipr. i Sutton. After the business meet ing the hostesa pus.ed mixed fruits The music ami the social hur was enjoyed. Mrs. Carrie Turner led the meeting. Mrs. Margaret Pu'iarl will conduct the next meeting 1 OLIVER CHILLED AND SYRACUSE PLOWS at the following prices 'tr" Oliver Chilled 20 Oliver Chilled 40 Oliver Hill-sid- e Syracuse 20. 1 - - $15.50 - - $17.50 - - $16.50 Hill-sid- 26? $ 1 7 e $ 8.. Syracuse Collars, Bridles and Breeching at cost. Our prices will interest you and we sk that you come and look our line over. Boodloe GEORGETTE REMAINS Walker Bros Jud Tunklns Jinl Tonkins says dr nn who want to show errjl--that he's generally lx an etmmtion that Is nelth.r rntrrtn'Mf sb" 1. r llrvtructlrr. Millions for flih Meats. a half Mrtlllun snllars Is eery week by the profile of Urvat llrltaln on fried ftli and p.tfa(i Chips, rerieHtlRC an titer we weekly prut Mon of .K.C""' -- iwiN Tno and The Speaking Voice. It la a grrsl mistake to tr ami talk atioir m'ie. It l s mi h easier and more erf;cthr to stnk It; a full, clear tone will carry when ft shrill one Is not only aa)liig I Kit Lessen From Animals. n man as John Wesler. In his direction on tho art of keeping well, wrote tlmt "many of the medl-- , clnes used among the common people of my time were first Alscotered hy animals u.lng them to cure their aches ld also; "It lookand pains." Il- ed reasotialiK- - that If thej- would heal Deslpient hate been generous In the animal. Iber wo4tM ui heal man." variety of beautiful blouse with Loved Milliner's Flowert. which they welcome summer. Many It Is a custom of the Alaskan Inof them are made of georgette In two colors like the lotely model shown dians to deposit on th grate of a nboTe. Nothing equals georgette for friend som? of the things the man or In life. On one daintiness and It remains an unrltatetl woman had loted favorite wIiimo cause is furthered by grate a milliner In Ketrhlcan. Alaska, this new arrival. Imagine It la navy recogiilies) n long wreath of flowers as having been purchased at her shop. blue with neck, sleeve and bordered with tangarlne. Needlework Kach grnte Is entered oter with a marks the Imrder In squares and n floor, roof and balustrade In such manlittle 'embroidery finds n place on ner as to resemble at a dMance a little white house. t, them. The girdle Is of Idue ribhon. As eminent , - Your Prescriptions prescriptions Be Very Careful Who Fills Them ill tery tiring. Learned tyke t . et . - Woman's grand-parent- WHY YOU SHOULD BUY d WHITE SWAN d 1 FLOUR It is always of the best quality. It U KEEP YOUR BALANCE always a little lun.s in price. Tho wise housewife never overlooks nn oppor- tunity to save a penny. WHITE SWAN FLOUR. SHE SAVES IT BY USING THE NATIONAL BANK til $50,000. Honor e, Lancaster Flour Jncorporuted Gewfe. SpMutMft, Pies. Charlie Mills Zimk, Stc'tjr. Surplus $50,000. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday, Mch 17, 1921 Coughs and Coldi ofUa leael to ' American Legion Newt Dakota and many other Legion de- Don't trifle with cither n couch or colli on the chest. LUNOARDIA Is rocognited n the greatest remedy ever offered for the relief of such condition. It nctlon I wift and certain, good for any kind of couch nnd tironchUI trouble. Once used you will never It I free, n substitute. from oplntes and wife for chll dren. The bent druggist from Coast to Coast ell nnd recomHuy n LUNCAHDIA. mend bottle today nnd put It square ly to the test 00c nnd fl.'JO bottle. FOR SALE BY McROHERTS DRUG STORE. (U.17.4t.) to-ti- PNEUMONIA nc-ec- pt The country is ald to bo underWe going n period of readjustment. hnve progressed n far A the first syllable. M. S. HATFIELD DENTIST Offlca over Tha rhonot Offica S. Crrrd R.iid.nca LANCASTER. Dank, 376. KENTUCKY. J.J.Byrne Exclusive. Optometrist DANVILLE, -- J KENTUCKY. Opposite Gilcher Hotel. Offica Hour 8 to 12 and to S p.m. J. A. Beazlev I UNCRAL DIRECTOR ' Olllri Ovrr National Dank. Residence I'hon 3. Office I'hone 27 LANCASTF.R. KY Dr. Printus Walker VETERINARIAN. Call. Aniw.itil Promptly Day or Ntlkl. I'hnn. 317. KENTUCKY LANCASTFH. TREES! TREES! PLANTING. FOR SPRING WRITE FOR OUR FREE CATALOG OFFERING. FRUIT AND SHADE TREES SHRUBS BLOOMING FRUITS SMALL GRAPE VINES PERENNIALS EVERGREENS HEDGING ROSES ETC. Kverythinjr for the orchard, lawn nnd Knrdcn. No aKcntx. H. F. HILLENMEYER & SONS LoxiiiK'tou, Ky. (Delayed.) From Columbus, Wis., comes a What P. W. (lalbraith, Jr., na. story of how members of Mrs. T, A. Green was In Lancaster tlonalcommandcr of tho American Legion, proclaim will be the great-es- t Ostrandcr Post of the American on business last Friday. Miss llrunette Ilally was the guest national patriotic demonstration Legion aided n member of the post held Ih this country since the sign when his blacksmith shop was de- of Mrs. John Stinctt last Thursday, hour Ing of tho Armistice will be held stroyed by fire. Twenty-fou- r The writer has Juit received word nt Madison Square Garden, in New after the fire, post member met and that Mrs. Mennifee McQuerry fs their very III. York, on March 18th. It will be voted unanimously to help called (he "All American Meeting buddy rebuild the shop. Legion Mrs. Estella Collins was the guest for (iod and Country" nnd is tic doctors, dentists, lawyers, merchants of her grandmother, Mrs. Susie signed its the nnswrr of nil pntriotic nnd trade union member worked for three days, under the direction Kcnfro last Tuesday. Von clturns to the Mrs. Jenninsg Mosier was ' the Mnch propaganda meeting held In of enrpenter member of the post, Maggie nnd the result was a much better guest of her sister, Mrs. Madison Square two week's ngo. McQuerry Inst Friday. established for the unfortunate A score of organizations nre coMrs. Damp McQuerry was the During the progress man. operating under the leadership of of the work, n local bakery provid- guest of her sister, Mrs. William the lcgion, nnd Colonel (lulbrnlth, ed the Lawson last Tuesday. toilers with food. who will be the prlaclpnl speaker, Mr. and Mrs. llamp McQuerry The click of the bones was heard nnd ha been deluged by letter telegrams from veterans public of in the headquarters of the New Or- were guests of Mr and Mrs. Robt. ficinls nnd citizen from virtually leans American Legion Employment Shaw last Saturday night. There was Cottage Prayer meetevery Mate greetings to tho meet- and Service Bureau. "Up, little Joe; get your papa that ing at the home of Mr. and Mrs. ing, applauding the stand of the l.eglon in It recent exposure of n Job!" The dice rolled nolrj'ly on Hump McQuerry last Friday night. revival of German propaganda ef- the cement floor. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Sowder and I forts in America, There nre so many more men ttntt i.lit.ir Annln flfi-- tf anil AnllilrA-- i From n number of cities where than Jobs that the choice between left for their home in Illlonis last meetings have been veterans with similar qualifications Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Hud Stnrnei arc rescheduled come the word that coun- hnd to be entrusted to the Ivory by patriotic cubes, the Legion otficials explain- joicing over the arrival of a fine ter demonstriWlons will be organized nt the ed. boy, the little one was christened I citizen Madame first moment the propagandist come Ernestine Sshumann Ralph Andrew. out In the open with their plans. lleinke, the opera singer, ha arMr and Mrs. Robt. Shaw were nre ranged to honor Topeka, Kan. mem- the pleasant guest of her parents, Many of 'the communication from citizens of foreign birth, in- bers of the American Legion by re- Mr. nnd Mrs. A. J. Hullette last cluding loyal Americans of German serving the stnge for them when she Thursday and Friday. extraction. sings in that city March 2rtth. She Mrs. Addie Davis, of Preachers-villAmong the organizations cooper- has nlso accepted the invitation of was the pleasant guest of her Legion in the ar- Capitol Post No. 1, and its Women's ating with the sister, Mrs. Ilynum Davis last Satrangement for the New York meet- Auxiliary to n reception to be given urday nnd Sunday. ing are: United Spanish S'nr Ve- her at the Legion club room folMrs. Jessie Green nnd children teran, Veteran of Foreign Wars, lowing the concert. nnd Mrs. Lizzie, Stows and children Military Order of World Wur, MilA letter of congratulation ha itary Order uf Loyal Legion, Roose- - been received by F. W. Galbrnith, were the pleasant guests of Mrs. velt Memorial Association, American I Jr., National Commander of the Martin Green last Friday. Mrs. Sam Davis and daughter, Federation of lailior, U .S. Chamber j American Legion, from the French of Commerce, National League for War Veterans Society of America, Loraine nnd Mrs. Penrl Davis and were the guests of Mrs. Women's Service. City Federation in reference to the Legion head' children of Women's Clubs and Victory Hall determined stand against the ctTorts Hud Stnrnes last Wedneidny. Mrs. Ilynum Davis and children Association of German propagandists to drive a Although he is sixty-fou- r year wedge between this country und and Mrs. K. C. Iloaln and Mrs. Lena old, Clay C. MacDonald, a member France. "To n campaign of system McQuerry and Kstella Collins were of the American Legion In SL atic calumny you made the only guests of Mrs'Sam Davis last Fri Joseph, Mo., has been selected as kind of reply which It was fitting to day. chief of police of that city. Mrs. Heny Moore and children of majie and the 'poilus' approve It and Is a veteran of the World thank you," the letter states. The Lancaster, and .Mrs. Lou Combs, of War with a good record .ami ft is Indlnnla state senate passed a rcso Herea were the pleasant guests of believed that his experience and lution commending the Legion's, fight Mr. and Mrs. It. C. Iloaln the weekability will check the results of the ngairNt the end. national crime wave in the Missouri Mrs. Zuck Hester, Jr., and little Thousands if men of city. foreign parentage will learn of the son, William Karl, and Mr. and Mrs. Legion Members of the American activities of the American Legion John Collins were guest a of Mr. bonus in Alaska prefer a land-ren- t as a result of the addition of more and Mrs.. JetT Davis last Saturday to it compensation. It was so dee and Sunday. than one hundred cided by a large majority In a prenewspapers to the mailing lists of the Mr. Harry Kinnaird and Mrs. ference vote taken in every post of American Legion News Service. Sam Elder, of Missouri, who were Alaska. The plan favored by the The nationalities represented nre: called here by the death of their Legionnaires provides for the grant French, Italian, 'Scandnavlan, Jewish, mother, Mrs. Km ma Kinnard, re to each veteran of one hundred and Slovak, Russian, Lithuanian, Greek, turned home Wednesday. nixty acres from the unappropriated Polish, Serbian, Siberian, Chinese, public land of the Territory. Hohemian, Magyar, Finnish, Danish, LOYD More than 24,000 new claims of Ukranlan, Bulgarian Roumanian, (Delayed.) veterans for compensation and other and German. government assistance had been filed Mr. and Mrs. Jno. Osborne were by the middle of February as n revisitors on Poor Hldge the week-ensult of a service contest among Illi Mr. and Mrs. Fred Snyder spent nois American Legion posts, which ,Suda) with Mr. and Mrs. J. D. started last Armistice Day under the Hay. auspices of n Chicago newspaper For ExjmcUat Mothers Mr .and Mrs. William Kay spent and for which prizes were offered. Tmee Ikieiatmns Sunday night with Mr. and Mrs. S. Similar Legion campaigns to obtain just compensation for the disabled an. M. SOO.l- .. HtlllMH Ml M Mil, ,( N. Sanders. ( Mrs. Will Simpson and Mrs. Patsy are in progress in Montana, North lunm siaaute Co Dsn. ailui. s. I e, I Mac-Dona- ld Hochc-campnlgforeign-languag- partment. LEAVEL GltEEN Will Rheumatism Again Bind You Hand and Foot? If you had Rheumatism last year nnd treated only the pain 0 the disease by rubbing with liniments and lotions, you can be sure that you will be In th? shackles cf this relentless foe. You may get some slight temporary relief from the pains of tho disease by fhousc of thcs local remedies, but Rheumatism Is too real nnd relentless a disease to be rubbed away. So many cases of Rheumatism coma from a tinygenn in the soon-ngaln without charge. sire Chief Medicat Adviser. bwtu Laboratory, Atlanta. Ga. mWice. blood, that you should try a remedy that hoa proven so thoroughly satisfactory In these cases. S.S.S., the fine old blood remedy cleanses the blood of nil impurities, and removes nil discase'jrerms that may creep Into the blood. Bcirln taking S.S.S. today, and if vou will write a complete history of your case, our medical director will give you rt ex-Pe- Ad- - 157 Deposit Here & Save Your Money We Strive to Serve. CAPITAL SURPLUS $50,000.00 $60,000.00 BANK. CITIZENS NATIONAL LANCASTER, KY. Corner Public Square nnd Danville Street. t CJW with Simpson spent the week-enMoslem Religious Intolerance. Mrs. - L. Matthew. Nothing Is more hatafal to .a --Moslem than tn see ilia Koran In ta haadi Mr. and Mrs. Henry Rny nnd f an unbeliever. family visited the later parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Jim Simpson Sunday. Good Rtason. Mr. nnd Mrs. Hnrrls Teater nnd As a ceneral thing, tlie reason a little son, W. M. spent Friday night woman doesn't encourage tier husband with Mr. and Mrs. Mend Teater in to sing to the baby Is because the is port o( the audience.-Dalla- s News. Lancaster. d I- Loan Mrs. Howard and little daughter, Stella Mae, of Ninn, visited Mr. and Mrs. James Hicks near Judton recently. Mr. and Mrs. William Ray Inter- tained Mr. nnd Mrs. J. D. Ray, Mrs. Hailcy Ray and boys, Mrs. Fred Snyder and little daughter, Allie D. nnd Mrs. Henry Sebastian Wednes day, The Inevitable. a young man It's likely to ccop out when lie metis you lu a reverrug door. Krnn City Star. Tho Listeners Do Sometimes. Decidedly mixed wss the schoolboy A man who looks on tbo who wrote: bright side of things Is an optimist, but a pianist looks on Uie dark side." ltoston Transcript. y If there's any smart alcckltuda In Women Made Young Bright eyes, a dear skin and a body of youth and health may be yours if you will keep your system in order by regularly taking full ' Hs 8hould Worry. He was a wise man that said that he hadn't time lo worry. In the daytime he was too busy and at night ha was too sleepy. The Illoclc and Magenta (New Concord. Ohio). Day Is What Ona Makts It Every day that is bora Into tha world comes Itko a burst of music and tines Itself all the day through; and tbou shalt mako of It a dance, a dirt, or a life march as thou wilt Thomaa Carlyle. Woalth Net Life's Real Prize Wealth la not the real prize jjf It is only a trophy, n symbol and may carry with It bo satisfaction; Indeed, It does not fjsny with It genuine, lasting satisfaction unless won and em ployed fairly, hone-rtly- , honorably.' COLD MEDAL wsmmm -t t-- Isei lr Th world's sundard rmdy for kldnajr, liv.r, bUJJ.r and uric acid troubUs, th IMS. If; rmls LV of III and looks. In usa sine All druggists, thre far U. aut, CU MWil mm cr has vm! ftccoS a Imitatiaa sis. Good Tobacco Bringing Good NO MARKET FOR INFERIOR OR DAMAGED TOBACCOS. Prices We insist that these Grades be left at home.for a later market. We will get you the highest prices to be gotten in the state. Daily 1 ales.' Garrard CAMPBELL Tobacco Warehouse' LANCASTER, Co. KY. STREET. Incorporated. Tandy Quisenberry, Starter. Geo. Brown, Floor Mgr. 1 . The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday Men 17, 1921 3F1BI One of the worst evils which I flm Pa refills ?rr,3!lMr. ieaisiK3flaiBjPamaM?flsriii Save The Surface and You Save All. TRY HANNAS i LUSTRO FINISH the made to walk on Varnish, for your Inside Painting, this spring. Do your own Painting. We can teach you to do over your Floors, Furniture and all wood work. Learn to do this your self and save the expense of a painter. CONN BEOS. "LIVE AND LET LIVE FOLKS." IE "Why Co To College" There are ninny excellent reason lie. student nt some time In their live ' Hoards of trade may be a ihoulil go away from home to school. modern necessity, but nullify-- 1 Here are ome of them: The opporing the law of supply anil de- tunity to meet new people nml make mand is not necessary and n wide circle of friend. To widen con-tacoming horizon should be prohibited by the one' with n newbyworld. It in cure I iron hand of the government. greenness and rentier one more nt A combination of plutocra- case; it break down narrowness nml tic speculators can hammer prejudice. It mnke for tolernnce down or boost to the skies the cure home lckncs; nnd given one k on life. price of wheat, corn or any n broader The student who itny nt homi' commodity at will. They other nil the timo rend the snme book, clean up millions on their itiiili thi mill lfMonn. lhi Kjimi' deals, but these profits are notj fncc,( think tht, gnmc thought, mg shared in by either the pro- - the same song, piny the same game Wfl,li ' t,,at tne """ lmth ducer or the consumer. :.. .......I.. .. .'n....i:.irr t ,.f other generation hnve trodden. All nnd in thi make ror nnrrowne by individuals tetl,n,nfl, the market ifliit linvi. tint finu'i'l tfi ilii Mil. ....... ..... ........ Young boy, young girl, make your and soieiy lor ineir own per- - rlfin(l t0 K,,, out int lh,. worJ,,( ,f only for a little while. It will do sonal gain.- a long a you live. If we have no hvw elastic you ! out-looj ( this country is afflicted is the constnnt and llngrnnt nbuse of board of trade privileges by certain pirnticnl speculators who are enriching them-- I selves at the expense of the producing and consuming pub-- I Lancaster School Notes CHARMING I? SPRING MILLINERY The Spring attractive shndes are hero in HENNA, GRAY, TAN, BLUE AND BLACK. if f i 7 I 3 2 Si Come in nnd ice us WEDNESDAY Special showiriK MARCH 23, 24. I J! AND THURSDAY, e. Minnie Brown. J S tr.i9i4ftaira(tvtaitairatsr4t-4ir4- tttrufcaiitaitiiitcr.ittaicil K 3 3 THE BKAD-MAW- HERD In be If you are in the mark! or I"in toon, for Abdrrdrrn Antus Catlle of oulilandin INDIVIDUALITY and of the RICHEST III.OOI) LINKS, It will U to your int. rut to vUit my herd or enrrrtnond with me al once. You can buy the cream of tha fathionabie famillri. Many of lli.m lutt iliow yard records. One hundred and fifty hrad in th lieril to (vlrct from. Cow and and haifrrs hray In calf to lha larvic nf Illack Cap Koyally Antes Plantation Ito. Young built of all ri for tale. I'ricrt at reasonable figures. DANVILLK, KY. A. D. HRADSIIAW, PIIONi: 2IS ... kI ... Resolutions. The Klder and Deflrons of the linranti-- r Christian Church in their meeting on Sunday nfterna, Mnreh 18, I'Jtl, the fallowing reso- In III. Thnt we extend tn hi widow, children, hi grandchildren and DQE1 E 3E 31 r The Central Record $1.50 a Year. Issutd Waakly. Payabla in Advance. J. E. ROBINSON, Editor. S. L .ELKIN. Local Editor and Mgr. Entered at the Tost Office In Lancaster, Ky., as Sccond.Clau Mail Matter. Lancaster, Fomrn Kr-- . March 17, 1921 THE AMERICAN AJmiir Rf pi wbuht. PRfAS ASSOCIATION For State and District Offics..l5.00 .10 For Calls, per line .10 For Cards, per line Tor all publications In the Interest of individual or expression of individual views, per line. Kates For Political Announcement. Kor Precinct nnd City Office. .15.00 10.00 For County Office )bituaries, per line 10 .05 Announcements. authoriicd to announce candidacy of E. V. Turyear to fucceed himself in the office of Attorney for this subject to the action of the Democratic Primary, August 6, 1021. We are t.-.- e dis-.ri- Some of the practice of our forefathers were commendable nnd are worthy of emulation in fliis present age of pro- gress. Others, however, have been shown to be back numbers. They have been supplanted by modern customs which had to be put into use if the, world should go forward. It is not our purpose to point out any of those in the flrst class, but there is one in the second class to which we wish to call attention. For maiiy years the people of Garrard county as well as all the other counties of Kentucky and all the counties in all of the states of the Union had an idea that they could get bargains from the mail order housos and save money by sending their hard earned coin to the big concerns in Chicago ami other far away cities which would never re turn to the senders or their neighbors. It may have been true when the mail order housos first grew into promin ence that they gave real bar gains. If this was. ever true it was in the timos of our order houses and the home merchants will show that our merchants here can give the public just as good merchan- disc as the big houses many miles away. Not only is this true but the charge of transportation is saved to the customer because it is he that pays for this charge when he buys, from the mail order .house. The retail merchants of Lancaster have to have their goods brought here, but they arc brought in large quantities, which makes a big difference. Here are some of the reds-- l ons why you should patronize the home merchant rather' than the mail order house: When you buy from you buy mail houses, "sight unseen," which, under most circumstances is bad business. If goods are not satisfactory, it costs more in time and more in money to make the exchange. If your house burns, do you go to the mail order housccs for contributions to rebuild? No, you call on the home mer chant and he invariably responds liberally. Your home merchant pays more than you make by patronizing the mail order houses in taxes to help educate your children. Mail order houses do not build and maintain good roads, build churches and school houses, and other necessary improvements for your community. Mail order houses do not furnish a market for these Fully Organised, enacted Ilasehatl Tram Now h Tu",Uy, ",,rrn"on " and rigidly enforced. meeting of team wn If the law supply and de- hM Vmt, Cofhrnn wa, mand is allowed to determine CBptln, j0hn Mcitobert. Manager; the value of stocks and com- - Samuel Elliott, assistant mnnagrr. modities there can be no valid Th(' ,w,m th wr look promising. "" "" objection to the price they nh to rou,M '"' T ban! practice " , ... ,,,writfnci. tn bring, and they will always ...,. ,.4,i they are'. ro,,dy to battle for supremacy command what "ith all comer. worth. "It ain't the Individual. Any price beyond this is " w"b' rnlilmrv nf tho nmnv for the or v "rm Hut the everlasting work benefit of a few. And rob Of every Idoomtn' soul.' to in bery is robbery, no matter in The Senior Clan ardvrixl thmr what guise we find it. invitutmn thw week through the No congress as 'et has had Central Record. choosing their the courage to meet this su- rlnw chIhth and alo matttt. They claw preme issue. organized lat September and ejected Will the new one go into cIom officer. Clyde llwlticlaw wa history as greater than its pro- - eleettnl president and Ituby secretary awl trnasurer. Their decessors, or will it content ehM ring arrived alwut a mental itself with sidestepping the age. They now have nothing to golden opportunity of the wrry about exeept Ue arrival of the century? invitations which are suppetod to be hm' Supply and demand ! What a wonderful trout H oul o( r,w,)ft t the Mt,mery of would be to see it again firmly Mr. Hen Hudson ami in token of ' appreciation of his wrnMt effort seated in the saddle! enough to liwwluw 'ntiii .thntilil be I I u, , strangle psM lutions: The sudden and unexpired dentil 11. K. ii f our HnHher lludn has brought keen rrHv and a sense of heavy Wi to nil the members of t our our congregation. He nnd prttmiHenl elder nnd m4 been Chairman af our Hoard of He Was officer far many year. faithful in attembinec nt all our ser vice nnd a teacher of men m ouri nunnay schsmm. ue wn ioyai 10 !!'. teaching im revealed through JU4 Chrtat; devtel t the inter-eof the HnHherhood and our dd-es- ml other kinspeople our mot sincere sympathy; and we pray that (,d may comfort, sustain anil hearten every one nf them. IV. That we include In the minutes nf Utta meeting these reaelutiens, send n ceny of the same to the revel family nnd have nnother eopy printed In the Central Itecerd. Hawrtl of Klder and Deacons, by J. tt Ktmere, K. It. Heurtand, Committee. Rf DAY PROCLAMATION. Five Cents For Every Kut, Dead or Alive. utnming genersnia in local and wrid-wilnctmten; ami n man whose counsel was always wiu. Ill prtHtilnerrte a a rititeN, hU probity a a man and Where mre Ike HAT Uie mst hi. genuisien a a ChrWina were Uieleaa and destructive rodent, ach Usat nHTt u n Ism nlmit irress- aver twu hundred millson arable Mill we are not utterly d4lnrt worth of property annually (insU-neofael that we could not j in the United State, and ince the down be if we have proper regard for hiajttnly mm Ft of saving this A example ami wsshe. Memory of j by exterminating Uie rat : hi personality will be a benediction Therefore, I, John M. Duncan, through the year to cmc ami Mayor of the City of Lancaster, do loyalty wilt b an unfailing incen-- 1 hereby proclaim; Saturday, March tlve to greater leal ami aorwecriittsR. sflth., 11121, as HAT DAY, when tho We therefore resolve: eitiieis are tn ratch, kill, I. That we mt -- lid nil will re-- 1 or i poiona many mU ns jmsaible. our-- j new our allegiance and give The CMc Department of the selves to the srvice of Cod And Woman's Club agree anil interest in Iinenster to pay five Oadetl kingdom cent per head for every rat, dead School at the time when it wa. or- - the extension of ChrUC with mare earnestness ami lWMlty;0r alive, delivered Ui Jame A. Hrat gnnizeu, me scnoel work was that hereby sometsilng of the los ton- - City Marshal, on Saturday af. people are of the' pendisl at noon. Friday and not sulTerod through the death f nroth- - urnon. March 26th. , 102 1. that now that the newjsumed until Monday A. M. may overcome in Thia March 17th.. 1U21. administration is in otTice ami j Mr. Hudsan wa a charter mem-it- s er Hudson goad bowhich we may the increased be J.. M. -- . Duncan, Mayor. are fairly welllber of thU c1hhI board from IhOS able la do. views to IU02 and fought hard for the. known, there should be no establishment Try llanna's l.ustro Finish, the II. That we increase our loyalty of the graded school. to our own congregation and all it made to walk on varnish for ynur further delay in the revival of f interests and push on with renewed painting this Spring. Get it at Conn counSocial News llams. business throughout the energy in the work we have o do Itros. Live and Let Liv folk. try. Mi Sexton spent the last weak Every change of administra- end at her home in Lexington. Mis Heard spent the pnst week tion brings its period of doubt and tincertainity. The money- end nt her home in SheJbyvillc, ur e et wtc, hi, I reuetel Go To Work. j I , J - grandparents before these houses began to "hog the deal," They built up such an enormous businoss that they did like many other large con corns and began to be lests particular about the truality of their goods, believing that once the businoss had been built up ,it would carry itself regardless of quality and feed on the suckers that are born every minute. Today it is our belief that a comparison of merchandise and prices between the mail r Opportunity Of The Century. - your butter, eggs and potatoes. Suppose that everyone should patronize the mail order houses for all their supplies; the local merchants would have to go out of business. You would have no market for anything produced on the farm ,aml all the advantages and conveniences of a local market would be destroyed. There is an ethical side to the matter; how do you feel when you have spent your MONEY with the mail order houses and then come to your home merchant and ask him for credit? Prosperous people patronize home industry. Give your home merchant the benctHof your CASH nnd he can, and will, sull.you goods for a less profit. they set the brakes and mark-timGrins and Groans. by a temporary curtailment of expenditures. This Some things Freahwen would like produces a natural slump in to know: "If Louise Taylor wn to make business that is designated by ii dress would Heie .Marie Ware some as hard times. Mr. Handing has indicated ur that he desires u conservative "If Klmer old Lizzie Young?" but, progressive administra"If Hen freckles In summer will tion, free from entangling Mamie Hrown?" foreign alliances, and with the "If Kverie Hunt would HessK protection that should be afLee Walker forded legitimate business in"What makes the kitchen ninkT" terests in every section of the country. It is time for big business "What makes the chocolate drop?" to get down to the'steady grind Mr. Anderson, coming In nt 11:30, airain. and for little business can you play baseball as well as " to hit the same pace. Hen "Yes, sir, I suppose so." Everybody go to work at Mr. Anderson "Then let's see something! e 1 1 Hrothcr Strother gave n splendid ed interests do not know just is safe to go, hence talk Inst Tuesdny morning during how far it chnpel period. I SPECIALPRICES j OLIVER PLOWS $15.00. DISK HARROWS (walk-kcr)?- " foot-ball?- r-- you make a home run." Hurton, coming down the step at peace to come 11:30, "Young man isn't your self Is universal starter working?" out of the great war? U is Karl "I dortj't know whether it is not. Even as a dream it is or not, but I seo there's a crank in the house." ' fading away. Governmental greed in Supper. j Europe is the rock upon which it was wrecked. Internation will be a Vie Supper nt HerThere 'al hatred and distrust will ring's School House on Saturday, It. pd. March 10th. keep it submerged. When Peace Comes. $48.00 Oliver No. 20 left harjd Pie The new congress comes into life facing one of the greatest opportunities of modern times. Its action will be watched with interest by millions of people. On the surface diplomacy maintains a fiction of unity, but underneath the fires of imperialistic passion are rag' ing unchecked. Dreams come and dreams go. but pence for this world will come when we are all gods, nnd not men. To All Dog Owners. I points 50 cents. Headquarters" for Blind Bridles, Collars, and Plow Gears. of Garrard CounV The Grand-Jur- y ty will be In selon on Monday, March 21st., to Investigate why youj have not secured your dog.liccnie. Please be on hand on that day, or secure your licence before that time. t n, n. UMTl'l'IP l,..riir ii Garrard County, Ky. L,- HASELDEN BROS. The Central Record, Lancaster Ky. Thursday, Men 17, 1921 Mr. J. K, Hcott, formerly of Hucnn Vita, but now a resident of Ilnr- rodtburg, dropped Into Iinrnxter for Easter Offerings -- AT- a little while yrttcrday. Ha it hop Ing to locate again in Garrard toon and uhen he doet hit friendt will give him a hearty welcome. 3 til rTr2F-i- I Miues Kmmn and Lula Smith entertained a few of their friendt Sun. day. Thote pretont were Mitten Lida Map and Alice Itay, Mitt Maudie Clark, Mhxet Crace and Lucy Long, Mettrt. Aimer and Itob. crt Itny and Hilly Clary. a i, I itHHIIIi t' - Ml PLUMB ING i rBW i. ruHi ' urn t nmitif The I'l.r.MHKIt Healing. Reefiag: Galltnng, tic. J KM . V'r mmm Beautiful Easter COATS. Styles in Ladies' AND I 5 DRESSES SUITS We are presenting an extensive line of the newest models in all the desirable materials at prices just right. We are showing many styles in chic foot wear, OXFORDS. STRAP PUMPS and all of the up to the minute shoes being worn. Our prices are reasonable. See them. SILKS. WOOLEN AND COTTON FABRICS in all the new weaves and colors. Select the material for your new dress while you yet have time to have it made before Easter. & The One Price Store House of Quality. The many friendt of MIm Frances Shop Phone 69. Lexington St. Lancaster, Ky. (Jrnnt, of Lexington, who entered School with the gradual, 15 9. High the coming June, elatt, be pleat ing will ed to know that with her excellent Mr, Charlie Scott and wife, of Mist Sue Williams hat returned work, the wnt allowed to finlth with Cincinnati, attended the funeral of from a delightful vacation trip of her clM, completing the courte in Mr. II. F. Hudson. one week .with her parents iH Illock, the in id year jutt clotcd. Kentucky. Sterling Herron, of Washington Mr Juliut Freeman , .of Haiti, Mrs. L. J. Peyton and tittle son, spending the week with his more, at Mitt Mary Holmct Lutk, City, it parents, Mr. and Mrs. Luther Her- Hillic Itivert, wer the week-enthe was a frequent and well known guests of her titter, Mrs. Charlie ron. vititor to Iincatter relative!, writes Hughs, of llourne. interestingly from abroad. While Mrs. J. II. llourne, left for Louistight teeing in Madrid, their party ville last Monday to spend the week Luey Long, of Sharptburg, Mh tuddonly came dpon their majesties with her daughter, Mrs. Kwing who It visiting friendt In Richmond, of Spam and llelgiuin, who were al Stultz. with her brother, tpent the week-enItev. C. ft. Strother and Mrt. Stroth- to doing the murcums. She gives Mr. W. M. Ilogle and attractive thit tnap thot of these democratic royalties: "Alphonto, who it prccitc-- i daughter, Mitt Franeit, were guests Post cards to her friendt, from ly like his pictures, loaned forward, of Mr. and Mrs. N'ath Hogie latt MIm Lilly Grant, tell of a day in raited hit hat and tmiled. Albert Tuesday. inauguration Wathington- - for the it mikh better looking, but wat Mrs. Mrt. W. M. KJIIett. J. with Dr. Grant ami of n brief visit in talking to the ladies ef hit II. Kinnalrd ami Mm. It. K. Mcltob-er- tt to Mr. I.ucien Grnnt at Annopolis arty Hit Queen wa very pretty, have been recent visitors in before their return to Norfolk, Va. anil Uite afTnbic as the bowed and Stanford. milled, apparently recognizing ut ns to Mr. II. V. Hnttin returned Mrt. Dorn Wheeler, of Danville, Frankfort Monday and was sworn in foreigners," spent the week-enwith her daugh- Tuesday morning. A very pleasant The following people attended the ter, Mr. Hen Wood and Mr. Wood, surprise wat awniting him in the funeral of .Mr. II. F. Hudson Friday: on Danville avenue. form of a handsome box of roses Mr. .Tom Itobinton, Mr. J. Fleece containing names Ok Mr. and Mrs. Sam Haselden have with attached card Itobin-ton- , TV Itobinton, Mr. and Mrs. Jake of forty of hit home town friends. Mr. ami .Mrs. W. Jt. Cook, Dr. returned from a visit to their ton, Frank Cheek, Prof. Sam Chock, Mrs. Mr. J. It. HatVlden, who it attending Mrt. John Scott gave a most enA Mary Thoma. Mr. J. Q. A. Mc- school in Columbia, Tennessee. joyable bridge party Wednesday afDowell, Mr and Mrs. Humphrey ternoon at her home on Itichmorvl .Mrs. Virgil Kinnalrd and little ton. Iludton, Mr. and Mrs. John Hnugh-maavenue in honor of her sister, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Yates Hudson, Virgil, Jr.. left thit week for Win Herbert Kills, of North Carolina, Mr Itobert Salter. Mr. Virgil Itice nesbo'ro, N. C, for n visit to her who is the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mr. II. F. Herndon, all of Dan- parents, Mr. and .Mrs. Dave Walker. and Mrt. Arch Kavnnaugh. The ville, Mr and Mrs. Carter, Mrt. Itob-eFriendt of Mr. W. O. Itlgney were home wat beautifully decorated in Games, Mr. and Mrt. Logan, all glnd to tec him on the street for n St. Patrick emblems and the color T4 of Stanford, Mrt. James Ilurntidc few minutes yesterday, after three scheme of green wnt carried out In and Mr. Jim Walker, of Richmond, or four dayt of teriout illness at his the two course menu. Thote present Mr. Itobert Walker, of Lexington, for the charming alTair were Mrs home on Mnplo avenue. Mr and .Mr. Charlie Collier, of J. K. Stormes, .Mrs. G. C. Greer, Middletboro, Mr. and Mrs. W. I. News from the bedside of Mr. Mrs. Herbert Kills, Mitt Joan Mount, Wilt amt, of Tultn, Oklahoma. Mrs. Clay Hamilton, who was operated Mr. Itobert Kinnalrd, Mist Winifred D. D fieiger. of Hunington. W. Va., upon last week at the Danville hosWest, Mitt Martha Gill, Mitt Helen and Mitt F.llen Walker, of pital, report that he it doing nicely Gill. .trs. J. E. Elmore nnd Mrs. W. and will be able to return next week. II. Hurton. ipmap iss niiu u i- siss -- .o I J d d 3 2 d n, rt I 0 r3G DO DG I Mr A. n Gossip About People v?Ne A IWhl day Tit I D. Josoph tpent several I Mr. John Clenn, of Kewburn, .V. Cincinnati this week on bui- - (' hii in the city for n few days this wook. IT 1 tutti, j MiM Mattiet l.utx loft today for Mitt Kllm Lunsfurd. of Clnriu-- I m Uie guctt of hvr titter, Mrs. a week to friondt In London 0 ! tnd Mention cl lh Comln by lhrt4 V) An IntmiUd In. Leu Myers i In Danville. Jatper Cox. ami Knot llornnttid. llorn-Mnd, vit WHEN SOMEBODY'S SICK You don't want to take a chance with the man who will take a jrtiess at it, or flTor you something "just as K'ood." You know there's a vast difference in the QUALITY of drups, and you also know that when it is a human life at stake NOTHING WILL TAKE THE PLACE OF THE DEST. .MM Mr. U. D. Simpson and Mm Vircinin Cremur, of Kat F.'itahelh Simpson, have iieon spend-- : it vinitin' Nor Krandmoth. or, Mi. Mary l.utz. lug a few days in Lexington. Mr. and Mr. lluford Smith spent Mr. and Mrt. Nathan Elliott, of Lexington,' motored over Sunday and Sunday with Hm parrnU, Mr. and wm in Nteh-l- a wirr guests of Dr. and Mrt. W. M. Mr. Win. M. Smith. Mr. JaliH Wile MAky butiauM. KIHott, on Maple avenue. Utile Loota (Jriixt pent the week Mrs. W. K. Champ and daughter Mr. Jehn W. Miller i (ponding oml with hor grandparent, 'r- - an,l spent SuturtUy in Danville. tevoral weeks in l.uisville the guett Mr. Wm. M. Smith. Mitt Ktkol Walter hat been quite of her daughter. Mm. Itobert E. Mr and Mm V. II. Oulley ami ton, ill at hor iwh- - tin I.exingUn avonus. Hughes ami Mr. Hughe. Frank, tprnt Sunday afternoon with Mm Sl!u pending .rvrral wcekt Simti .Mr. W. A. Wilkin ('mot wore vMuri Dr. Jack in Danville Hun-Ja- ad Mr. an4 Mm. mote visiters In Frter, ef Stanford, Mr. and Mr. Wm. Smith. Thi uuiny friend of our populur postmaster, Mr. E. I. Ilrown, tiro Mr. and Mr. J. M. RoIlanU. of erry to hear of his illness and hope Danville, have boon the t;uot of for a speedy rooviry. Mr. and Mr. Loyd Ilourne. F. D. (Jalno and ft. W. MIm Joan Mount, wfai ban had a must doubtful vUit to hvr Utvr, Mahan, of Danville, were in Uinrat. Mr. T. M. W'lUin, In llowline (irevn, tor Monday on a butinest trip. lia returns! to hor home in Linen- ICev. K. II. Ilourhind ..MIm lluth tor. Carrier, Mr. and .Mrs. W. S. Carrier Mr. It. II. Tomlinioti wu brought were vfoitor in I.exinKton Monday. to hit home from Lexington hint Mr. and Mr. I J. Peyton tpvnt Friday. He in Mill iuitc ill, but hat tliowii tome iniprovvment tinre Saturday nikt and Sunday with his 01 litter, Mr. II. J. Chottnut, of Paint lilt return. f Lick. MUt .Mary Mae Wnlkor, who Imt Mr. Wm. Mkk and two little been upendini; tevoral wookt with hor aunt, Mm. l.uther Cibbt and Mr. daughters, tpont the day Monday: (iihh, ha returtwxl to hor home in with hor parent, Mr.' and Mr. Wm. M. Smith. Paint I..ck. Thats Where We Come In ' Lnntur Wednot-day- . Mwa .Mr. J. W. Acoy. Mat Sunday wit caster. Mr. Ami f Stanford. kit wife tn LanDunean, of We jjive you and yours the same attention in the matter of Drus and Prescriptions we jjive our own llesh and blood. We are careful in compounding; we carry nothing that we are ashamed to Mr. Powell Nicholatvillc, have been spending a few days in l.nHeniN-r- . ' MIimw Jam- - ami Mary in Doty have Our Line Is Complete We also carry a complete line of Rubber Goods, been rwent guotU of Mr. Itobert Paint Lick. Dirk Anderson wore Sunday of her rent, Mr, Walker Mr. and Mr. kurii nd Mr. John Tribble, of Pair.t l.lrk. ;i .. GARDEN SEED. Seed Potatoes I 1 I!! i I 2 ma and Stelln Hunry wore wek-enl- j vititor of Mr. W. (I. CktrK', on the, ;) LexniKton pike. ! Mr. W. S, llourne and grand-- j daughter, MIm Klla Mae llourne, have returned home after a delight-- ' ful viilt to Mr. and Mr. John U11-- . florwood, near Danville. son, Ja. Mr. ('. It. Henry and children, Milton iind l.ouwo, Mlste V li- j Toilet Articles, Stationery, Perfumos, Toilet Soaps nnd we will back our prices against those charged for similar goods anywhere in the country. OUR SLOGAN-SAFE- TY C, SERVICE n 1 and Onion Sets are cheaper at tm i vnntv r VAKlLii n iTnnnii SANWX S nm Ain and granil-- i left Tuetday fur Lot Angelt', California, where they will be the gut-tof her daughter,! II Mr. J, Conn Harold, Mrs. Adolph Menjou ijiid Mr. STOEMES DHUa STOEE. Phone 39. Lancaster, Ky. DG DG I First Thought in Drugs. Mr. T. W. itradihuw, who under ! SIUKE ' 1 serious operation at the Danhospital, came home Wednesday. His many friendt are glad to see him back after a three .month absence. went ville n 4. 1853. DG DG The Central Record. Lancastei , Ky., Thursday Mch 17, 92 1 1 Uncle Watt TRACTOR Overhauled Now Will Save Trouble Later. W Farmers can save themselves much time nnd trouble, later In the their tractors season by getting ready for use before the rush of spring work starts according to J, II .Kelley, hend of the farm engineering section of the Kentucky State College of Agricluture. All old dirt, grease and oil should be removed from the mart or, out of the grease cups, hearings and crank and transmission cases and the latter w ashed out with kerosene. Care must be taken to see that nil kerosene Is drained out nfter the washing. After the crank case has been cleaned it should be refilled wilh oil again enre being taken to see that all bearing surfaces are with It. While the crank case is open the connecting rod bearings should be examined nnd if necrssary adjusted. Care should be taken to see that nil oiling devices on the tractor are properly filled after they have been cleansed since itibricntioti is one of the most essential factors In tractor operation and when done improperly may cause the bearings to hum out nnd lend to a heavy repair bill. Examination of the valves is an important detail in getting the tractor ready for use. In many cases these will need grinding especially if left unseated since they will have rusted through the winter, The exhaust talvc is usually the chief source of trouble. The different valves may be tested to see If they are leaking by turning the motor over by hand and noting the compression In the various cylinders. A valve is closed nnd properly !ent-ih- I if It is impossible to twist the stem. In examining (he Ignition system plugs are be sure thn tall spark dean and that the point of the plug are the proper distance apart. In the magneto ignition this distance of an should be one Inch to the thickness of a worn dime. system All wires In the ignition should he tight nnd the contract oil and points clenn. Excessive dirt in the magneto will cnuie a short circuit. It is best to ue from to 4 drops of light typewriter oil d sixty-fourth Want to Feel Just Right? Take an JUST TUT IT AND SIX Uw awxk tirta, 'aWt.kMw.wfcalVlW-aaltr- You'll Feel at Home You'll feel at home when you visit this Bank, we can aiture you. One of our moil ceaseless purposes is to so treat our customers that they will consider each visit to this Bank a pleasure. Slonf: Mi taiiillnily, "nml t i Nt Tonight r m -- fc4ki, Uttr yw M laalaf U Iks ataniaf. will U p TUt "Wwr" jm'H M fta. USA TIIOUHLK IS, mernoilrd dlgntlic and tliiiilmliie organs ran't (rt rid uf. Pills, oili, sails, calomel and lot of Impuilliri your system is that your THE MODEL GUEST tlTVfV COUSIN Jime Is comlnx lVl, lo snnd n week," nnounred the I rnn't say I'm jlo's the most unsatisfactory visitor I ever saw. You rati hardly get n word out of him. H IstiX htt lake hlii brother Jrrvtnlnh, who I full of fun. and over-Joye- d, ofdinsiy liialitri, ralliaitlri and purges only fixes the Itunrli and prod Ihf liter. Nalun't Rrmiiy(XR Tablet') acts on Ihf stomach, liter, Umeli and eteii kidneys, not forcing, but liming and strengthening thn t'tgtni. The letull Is prompt relief andlral, tailing Ifiiehl. .MSkelhe teu. Nature s Remedy will art promptly, thormighlr, )rl win mum naiui nn iu inuuiy, so genuy, inai self has come to the rescue and is doing lh work. t,l MMI Vm'II wkM la Iti im id - .BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBaaSL )i mm Snr etiir Wl IM n--l MUM sr -- MADISON Profits By Standardized Flocks. i Farmers 1 tlx biwt company M Imnghuible. "Your remark show how llttli true grentness Is gsJaKwaV I appreciated In n fnmlly moral hoarding house, Our aim is that this Bank shall always be rewhere the dam-nK- e arc collected garded by those who deal with it as "The Bank with lnvadnnc-- " otf i served the star I a Personality." boarder. "In my ! iiplnloii, James Is flip infidel visitor. If I Imd my own ' ImutWiold, with it charming bride to wiir the Imitation coffee, uhd n lne j i mid tlgtree In n Jardiniere. I'd send n MhtIoI delivery letter to James, ask- - . LANCASTER, KY. Ins him to come and May for tin jeam j or more. and t "There's something' siMitiiltvi: abmit that clfti-- ! man. He No one ha ti'Ter tHithers nnytH-ilprvclous motiientn entertain- chase Hhode Island Hed stock from lo waste Im; him. It Isn't innrasary to dlcusi-- f large eastern breeders and make exthe wentbrr priillctlotim or dig up n hibits n't the Kentucky State Fair lot of statistic atMiiit IlK" crops. In ' this fall onler to nmkft Jiiinei Imte n Cih! time. Yiiii don't bate to show him the old ) pluh pliotngrapb nlbutn. and ilcvrlde I melnnrholy etllKlen the nnrtitfry f viIiom! ylctureii apjKTir therein. Near- - j Madison county farmers arc profit-in- ir ly all vMtors are borem my ilear Mtn. by the poultry standardization to fe en- - I Jiggers', bifiiUiM they by the campaign being conducted tcrtnlniil. Sornebmly lias to alt up Kentucky State College of Agricul- with them and tbruli out Inst year's turt! according to reports coming gotlp. They have no Initiative or ri'feriSHtum. Ttiey bae no rrsiurcei from the Herea Hhode Island lied of their own. In onler to have a pleasAssociation which is taking an acant visit, they nfitl help. tive part In the campaign. Farmers "Your cousin James N a marvafter sufferers Irom in the county who ate raising the my own bciirt. I remember his last snd rheumatic pains owe breed which is Hhode Iv MANY standard d visit qtiUi! well, He came In the evethey lolhe land Hed have already sent 200 hens their conJitionwarning fsctkithat trouble. ning, and' niter supiht he took a chair j of Jney thcfml to Camp Knox, have sold more than htiowlng lie was n on the porch. l'roirol action at the first tifia of dis1,000 eggs to different hatcheries ordered kidneys will prevent much guiKt, I felt It my duty to entertain Keep the blood stream pure by I way. him In the conventional and are filling orders for hatching the kidneys healthy and the drucged my chair cloe up to bis and eggs to go to South Carolinia and keeping wasle matter that causes pain poitonoui remarked that It whs n pleaant eveIt has been estimated that and misery will be eliminated (rom tbo Texas. ning, but the presence of a cloud bank approximately 70,000 hatching eggs system. In the northwest isfttiot convince! me during will be Mid out of the county that there would be rain nltlilo twrlvu the coming season ,the majority of bourn. In uhlch cne, I iroceeilefl. them going to the Eastern section there would he much Jubilation among brought relief to thousand! of sufhave (he honest old farmers, whose crops of the state to further the standard fering men and women who were were suffering for moisture. rheum" ptim. U cr itk iiatlon work in the mountain coun-tiemuielet. duiiant. wollta totals. remarks and "James listened Fanners In the county are umjtl Soallni billout. blKlJer then looked at me, to mysad. rvprorb-fu- l In n vnkHii, loss yt Fpctita of wkc iipiom o selling out breeds of poultry which Valuer trouble. wnr. as thouch he tbougtit It n they have had for several years in N. M. "files: shameful thing that Imbecile should Mrs. Sin C. Smll, wilk mr V4mtj order to buy Hhode Island Heds, "If January I was lake) bJbed two iwwias. be nt large, and then he took ht chair I bJ bees l according to the association. Tk bl at M ..Ml., -- otw.Wa BotKtd aj.ftia-rw- .i to the opposite end of the Iporrh withmust conout having said a wont As a part of the campaign being taial h4 lo b do. News Joe roly KUW la l. aiioa fess that I felt like a counterfeit ut lot torn: Tatr Pills a4 conducted In that county the nsso-nulk Mdklaf I kopeck for a few inlnntr. bat tbe meeting at which time poultry nor lood Mittuitkasla4Tftisla(rat. more I considered the matter. th elation recently held its STORMES DRUG STORE more I admlreit and respected that from the State College First Thought In Drug remarkable man. of Agriculture together with Weal "Ht used to go downtown rrery LANCASTER, KY. workers took part in the banquet morning and buy n paiper backed novel, or a Action magaslne. and then held in the director's room of n local Woman's Suffrage. v day. and when he wai bank. Mrs. Luther Todd Is presigrunt full Mitfras he'd read It alt The first state to dent and Mrs. LI J. Green, secre- tu women was Colorado, In 1S93. How done with his literature he left It conld get It. I tary of the association. Members of ver, the Wyoming territory, In 18t, where the hoarder! ten words during didn't hear him say ranchlsed women. the organization are planning to pur Imd his visit, yet you say, Mr. Jiggers, that he Is an unsatisfactory ruesU whose Intellects Elderly landladies, have teen warped by loog years of parsimony, are hard to "Jeremiah, whom yen describe as Jolly and neri'enble. shorild be suppressed. He has collected a'l the old r manofactunNl, cheiwy stories (!) and Insists ujion telling them. He hai' a horrible habit of making pumf! and himself a humorist, beconsiders cause of It. Yon couldn't brfte hlra to or inagnzlnn and sit down with a bohnve himself. He has to t entesk talned every mlnnt of his time, and the only wny you ran entertain hltn Is by letting Kim do the- entertaining. "He Is a genial old frenlc who thinks he Is a privileged character, and everybody's pet. The last time he was hen-h- e in the implement line that We sell everything went Into my sumptuous apartment nnd nsed my razor to shave the? the fanner needs. Everything we sell means more southeast quarter satctlon of his money for the farmer for we sell for cash, thereby Ills whiskers are full countenance. I of barbed wire, rfhd the razor was selling for less. ruined. When I sjmko to hlra about It he thought It funny. Yet you refer to catch n man ns nn ngreeuble visitor. I blush for you. Mrs. Jlggtrs." Whatever the nature of your business, you can come to us with the assurance that you will be courteously and considerately dealt with. , (miI,i4. til ii wB Tf in II m ivh..ii, ,t.m,i,ll Sa tab-. )Kl altSI M s H M CaVyJ iai i.Util SS TiH.l slm .4 t,a(fti rl. a i tm4 liit i s t at f BZ'aBal BALI fVV H.l.hJ R. E. McROBERTS, Lancaster, Kentucky. The Garrard1. Bank & Trust Co every y. COUNTY hours of operation. suggested that has tractor owners study the Instruction book In order to get more parti cular details concerning their own make If the farmer does not have one of these tiooks the company from which he bought' his tractor will be glad to furnish one as well ns Information in regard to repairs on any particular part. -- 0 Mr. Kelley he Profitable Hog Raising Requires Spring Pasture. In order to practice the tnot profitable system of feeding Hogs It Is necessary to have some early spring pasture on which to turn the animals while they are being fed grain, according to Prof. E. S. flood, head of the animal hsbandry department of the Kentucky State College of Agriculture. The best early spring pasture is rye sown the fnll before ! Here's Help nee-le-'e- but if farmers do not have this the pasture to sow In the spring is Dwarf Kane. Kape at the rate of eight pounds to the acre. This can be sown as early in the spring as the ground ran be plowed. The field on which the rape It to be sown should be put in good condition in order to secure success with the crop, Home farmers prefer a mixture of rape and oats sewn at the rate of two bushels of oats and four pounds of rape to the acre. This mixture can also be soun as soon as the ground la ready to plow. These pastures can be followed later on with other such as clover, alfalfa and Sudan grasa far July nnd August, according to Prof. first Good. Foay Papa. "What did ths bride's fattier do for the happy coupler "Me Im.hzM their railroad tickets." "Ahr vtut lbs hsppy' pair didn't discover until afier they got on the train that tbrlr tirk. ts read ouly one way." Illrinltiiiliam e. s. t.kth. if, "' -- t"M -- 1 HJr. llbJ EqseeBrdther5 MOTOR CAR It h owned by many who ran afford to pay anything they wish for th things they use. at al kltka. It is always bought because of its known value and its after economies. e-- TtM FARMERS (k rjaxllw ConauaipSkNI Is imummI!? Tm lie ilWa It bauu-il- r klak I I KINNAIRD BROS. Lancaster, Ky. In Moderation. "Would you ndvlse a candidate to stay on hi front jmrchT' "Yes," answered Senator Sorghum; "but only part of the time; Just long enough to tnko care of his volco nnd get together a good bunch of speeches for delivery on tour." We have the agency for VULCAN and OLIVER PLOWS AND POINTS FOR ALL PLOWS MADE. "I thought you said you had a flno ending to your automobile trip." "So I had." "Your chauffeur told me you "Well, were arrested tot speeding." wouldn't you call n wlndup In tho lice court a flno ending? po- Jut It Becker & Ballard PHONE 27. 1RYANTSVILLE, KENTUCKY. ! WslshUd With Watch. The watch of Charles V, which one of tho earliest of these pounds. It ws weighed twenty-seve- a good dcwl Ilka a dock of the passes tlme-plajca- ra fS-n-- it 47, trfrrti Mti iHri rt n ff-- f ffft t xn The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Men 17, 1921 9 Everyone knows the Globe Line. No better in the country. See every sample on display in the big piece. Just the time now to pick your Easter suit and have it tailored by the concern you know to be of the very best. Don't fail to see this line. BIG SPRING Thursday, Friday, Saturday. OPENING THURSDAY, MARCH 17 ; i "Jhil I'j. i; tN5 um iff A three day showing oi this great line of "ft Men's Tailored Garments. Your Suit measured and fitted by the GLOBUS' export. Your own ideas together with the Springs newest wrinkles incorporated in your suit. B i g Reduction in Prices. TheGlbbe it 2 i.'llmii' Manl; FN Thursday, Friday, Saturday. MAIU H 17th, lHth and 10th. Woolens shown in full length Drapes The Globe Tailoring Co. of Cinclnnali 1 ft. y Glob man In change " vunm ANDERSON BROS., Lancaster, Ky. PAINT LICK Jhnrvml were MtftM i it. by the FnMMie f t'c Mr. ,t p.nt week with her I par- - Mr II. ICanory entertains! ami MU l.4fH K. Thursday night. in Mr. DowdVii !. Wood ww M. K. lanvillc Thursday. left Manday fur tn Denver. Cdo. Mr. mi indefinite Mr. J mm ty Walker f Swilhfiold l tK gtiwt of kM brother. Mr. Hubert Walker. Crrmo Dairy Fred will make- your morr milk. Ilud.on and cow gi Farnau. preached at Hoger Mr. Willi (irecn Sunday evening at Leavcll 1:30 o'clock. . Hev. Stagg. wUe ami baby ami Mr. f. T. ItowllnK were visitor in Friday. ! and Kobe rt MedamA H. 0. visiters In Walker were week-en- VU NidioWHIc. 'wvtv lUtt. Stagg. wife and i Fttrk' Church community vMtur week. one dny Mwwr BiMh Walker and William l")' lat Kianatrd of l.nnuter. were visiter all-tin- y at the church Tuesday. BRYANTSVILLE It i with the dcepot orrow that n Mr. WiIIm llegcr of Maduon wa thii Hoard of Director of the been on a recent vlUor of her parent, Mr. National 'Hank of (.nncuttcr, Mr. Floyd Curti ha and Mr. W. C. Wynn Ky., is called upon to record the the sick Mr. and Mr. Willie I'ullln have ami Mr. John Campbell are death of Henjamin Franklin Hud- Citi-relilt-M-r. in Klobmend Monday. The Mntuc I'rebyterlan Society bail an Mlrn-r- y Try llanna't Luttrn Hnilli, thr mJp la walk on varniili for your palntini this Spring. Get il al Conn lire... t.l.r and l.rt Live I'olb. Mr. nd Mr. V M. Iluri;a and children and n croud of yeuni; folk werr enterUined by Mr. and Mr. T. J. Underwed Tuewlny nicht. Mr. and Mr. I.uther IVyton and Mr MKikini. uf anil Mr. and Mm. Vm. I'nron were the' Buet ef Mr. and Mrs. II. J. Chet-nu- t Sunday. Almut forty kUiU urpriMl ,H- iUukih and Marie I.edford FriIleulah's day iilnht, it liWnt Mi (iami and muMc wcrr birthday. the feature of the evening. There will be an Kaitcr ejrj: hunt! for the children of the ChrUtiun Sunday School at Mr. O. I Kjii Snturduy ufternoon. Mch. .nth. from 2 o'clock to !. Salhe and Won.In Hall entertumiHl the Chriitian Endeavor of the .Maine thurch Friday mcht at Mr- Wood Wulker'a. About 40 were preent. On Nice refrothmcnta were erved and all had n delightful evcnint;. Hum-innck- 'i - Farley and children, ef XrchoUrille, wire the Sunday' aftemoon uf their KUtnU aunt. Mr. John W. Ilryant. Try llanna't l.uitro Finiih, the made In walk on arnitli for your painting thii Spring. Gel il al Conn Ilror. Livr and Lt Live Folk. Clorrr, Timolhy, Krclranrd Orand Kentucky Uluv chard Gra Grait Seed. Tnttd ied oaU. Iludion & Farnau. Mr. and Mr. Weley Thompson of lluenn Vwtn, entertained n number of relotivt Saturday evening t dinner, honoring Mr. and Mr. Joe I). (ionoy. Mr. Kthel Coulter llerkele and .Mr. Joe I). Goney were iuietly married Saturday afternoon in They vere nccomKinieil Myrtle Campbell and Mr. by Mi Andy Crouhorn. Their many friends wish them a long and happy life. Sam nnd Mr. Jacob Mr. and Mr. Ilurnide. .Mr. HUCKEYE and Mr. It. W. Sanders were in Lexington Thursday. Mr. and Mr. T. O Hill visited relative In Danville hut week. 'Mr. Ambrose Calleo, of Itichmond vitited Mr. and Mr. Inez Kay Saturday. Itev. STYLISH AND PRACTICAL , FASHION'S TREND IN SUITS Price, of Lotlkville will preach here Sunday morning at 1 1 o'clock. Mr and Mr Smiley Hill, of Frank fort, are tviiting Mrand Mr. T O. Hill. Crrmo Dairy cow Farnau. civ Frd milk. will make your more Iludion and Nich-olatvill- e. Margaret Kgrtr of Mercer Mi county, spent last week with Mrs, - F. Ilrown. Min Mary Harden, of Kdinburg, lnd., I visiting her grandmother, Mr. Owen Knst. Dan-Wile, RESOLUTIONS The Dtmth Of noiijiimin Franklin Hudson. Ky., mTtcIi er1cc Uncater. ttth, 1021. Master Jame.t Ilrodshaw, of has been jinking his aunt, Mr- - T. C. Jenkins Mr. and Mrs. Louis Noel spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Mark 1! oleic, near Nlcholasville. Mr. Dewey Price and on, Malvern, pent Sumiay with Mr. and Mr. It. Z. Price, near Paint Lick. .Mr. and Mr. Ales Sams, nf Louisville, are here for a two week visit with Mr and Mr. Ilronston Locker. In meuiurilig the most valuuhlo attributes of any garment, feminine judgment U apt to think nt least a highly of style an of utility. If olio or the other mut Ik sacrificed It la not t If. and It li u hniiy circumstance when xith are found artfully combined. This In the case with thu been vWltthR hit Wer, Mr. and .Mr. Clamle Spilhuan. Mimr Marie and lleulah Ledford and Mr. Oliver I'ntrick motored to I.exiKton and (icorKctown Sunday. Mer. Willie Itoj-er- a and Kdmond Momlay were in llerea KaUton nitht to hear llillie Sunday' inKer. Mcir. Hilrle Cornctt and Charlie I'rint left for llarlun Monday where they expect to work in the coal minet. Mr. and Mr. W. C. Wynn were visitor of hi ilter, Mm. SujIo I.ewi, in Madhwn county Thuwday N nlcht. A. T. Kose and on, of Win. were uueta of Mr. nnd Mri. It. II. I.edford from Suturday until Monduy. n, MiM Kvelyn nuet week-en- Mnttie Kit ill and Km ma were White, of Itlchmond of their Krnndmother, for the .MImci Mattie Kstlll and Kninm pentS Kvelyn White, of Ulchmond, Kutn car-mo- n Sunduy nicht with Ml llurKeu. Ingram wa calleil to Winchetter the put week by the terioui lllneta of hit litter, Mr. It. Mr. John 11. little on and Matter Willard Hcnjie, of children motored to Point l.cavell Inilinupolli, Ind., arc the gucU of Sunday and pent the day with ilr. Mr. and Mr. Will Shcrrow. and Mr. John Andcmon. the Mi Klira Uon entertained Mr. and Mr. Illalno Ktrlilj;e and following nt dinner Sunday: Mr. few Ktlza II. Ilallard, Mr. W. J. Hogan little daughter, Matilda lyrnt Monday to see her daughter, Mill Sadie, who ti there in ichool and ill of tomilitl. Mr. and Mr. 0. T. Hammack and TnnkerljV Mr. Joe Itolttoii left for (ieorije-tinv- n on, who helped to organize thi.t bank on the lck Hit. Ilallard I vUltlni; In IS S.I and who hn ince that time Maymo Ml o faithfully and efficiently ened fHcnd In U'.iiiKton. it a director. cnhier and prel-den- t. were . Swope nnd Mr.' A. Mr. He had nerved as director ince Lexlncton viitor Sntunlay. it organization ,and a cahier for Mr. W. C Kee spent the week- - twenty-l- x years, and a preident end with relutlvo ih Winchester, for ten year; therefore, been honor He i resolved: That we Mr. H. C. l!oe, who ha quite ill, i ome better at this writ- - hi memory in death a we t rutted him in life. In hi earthly deparInt. and Steve ture this b.tnk ha suffered a griev-u- u Meri. W. J. llronddu and irreparable lorn. His high Ilalcomb wore In Stanford Monday integrity, his great induitry, hi un hi public spirit, Mr. Will Kaon. of UxltiKton, large experience, It. hi unfnltering courage, hi llawle I the t:uet of her itvr, Mr. habits, hi untarnished honetty, hi I). Wood. alxolute fidelity to duty, hi rare Mr. mid. Mr. (!oncy entertained courage nnd combination of other Sunday In fwnor of Mr. ami Mr. gjjod qualities, have; stamped him a Joe I). (!oney. a shining example of the Chriitian the gentleman, and ha brought reputaMiu Stella Ma (irow wa Kuext of Uincaater friend Friday tion and imperishable Inlluence-t- o afternoon. this bank and community, where he Mr and Mr. It. I. Ilrown nnd lit- wa admired and held in affectionate tle daughter were Sunday guett uf esteem by. all. That hi wonderfully efficient leadenhlp for the LiberMr. Cochran, in Uincaiter. Mr. J. Ilopin Ilallard ha return- ty Loan drive during the terrible tny World War be held In sacred memed home after a two week be resolution ory. That theie with relatie in Loulivillc. iprend on tin) records of this bank Mr. and Mr. Itayniond Itublc, of Danville, ipant bit Thursday with and published in the Central Hecord, devoted and a copy be given hi Mr. and Mr. Henry C. Itublc. family to whom we tender our mott Mr. and Mr. W. K. Davia and sincere and heartfelt condolence, b on, Newton and Mr. Steve and point them to Him, Whom he o were in Lexington Saturday. cheerfully followed. buine. ,Mr. and Mr. Wm. Simpson, have returned to their home in Denver, Colo., after evcral months visit here with relatives. Mr and Mr. A. C. Miles, Mr. and Mr Hubert Carter and ton, spent Sunday with Mr nnd Mrs. J. W. (ulley, near UryanUvillc. Mr. ami Mr. Hilly Cotton and family nnd Mis Lorn ilrown have U3 been viiiting Mr. and Mr. Handy Kurtz in Mercer County. Mesir. Hiram and Dean Hay, Mr. Kthel Hay Nora Teater and Ml spent Wednesday and Thursday in Nicholaiville and Lexington. Try llanna's Luilro Finlili, the CO made lo walk on varniih for your U painting this Spring. Gel it at Conn iiror. Live and Lt Live Folk. Mr. It. M. Sanders, Mr. nnd Mr. O Herbert Whittaker and family and Mr, J. P. Prather attended the fun- - H crnl of Mr. Freeman Prather in to Madison county Sunday, Mrs. J. W, Itaney, Mr. Robert Long nnd daughter. Miss Francis, of co I.ancailiT, Mr, nnd Mrs. Mai Carter and family, Mrs. Dewey Price and Ui Mary Kurtz, spent Sunday with M.i Mr, and Mr. Hiram Itny, humbxime Utility coat xlicmn In thu I lung nnd full, with dolman sleeve and dtvii yoke that xuc-gea cuh. The invlar I ample and may be buttoned up about the throat. The material lx u soft hut loosely woven pile fuhric. light In weight, but cozy, ami style of thlx coat places It In the distinguished cla where there ore few that are nt practical. picture. It Tlifti come thu Htrulghtllne, blouseil and sashed mod-c- l, like that shown In tint picture, followed by others. Styles are determined by coats niM skirt are plain. Thl suit has reduced Its line and trimming to the last degree of simplicity and ,1ms, therefore, a new smart-lie- s of It own The sali of wldo black satin ribbon, however. Is gutb-- , crvU In at the ends and finished with very hniidscme silk tussels. Theo bbmil and sashed suit ure youth-- j ful looking und have a chic simplicity approved with much fervor Just now. The procession of tin' trend of directions with many boxcoat In the lead. show suits for cprlng fashion In four versions of the wMISSHO LLADAY'SCANDIES u i 1 50 u Pre-W- ar Prices - PI in I. - on 2 pi CANNED WE HAVE FRUITS THEM. H Ui Peaches, Apricots, Pineapples, Pears, Apples. Plums, Cherries, Etc. Just like they enme off the tree. PI Ui 1 Hal-com- Mr. Alfred Thornton and J. J. Walker W. F. Champ aggf ggggl .gff JhJLucky Tiger T'dWV 'US gtMjgMsa mmm X law MaOSaa'a Halr p ...... . o Ui AMfBPotlUrely i WMaaanataaao ( J. V. Sweeney S. L. Cibb L. L .Walker L C. Davldion ggggB mtttmm amm Committee. .& Gulley. Pi 50 ji22tj5Bjjj2isiy wsaiaNYOSiAYaYnoHssiww tr.OIiiiiI lo tut iinaMi endicaUa uah . allilim-'- vl a J Currey H i The Central Record. Lancastei , Ky., Thursday Men 17, 92 1 1 SIZE OF MOTORTRUCK I f VISIT OUR STORE atlirrflav Marrh I- Oth " IS QUITE IMPORTANT Study of Vehicles Is Profitable to Our Good Percheron Stallion HAWK will make the season of 1V21 at our barn, .'I miles bcow Uuckeye on the Huckcyc 'and Lancaster pike on the following terms: Purchasers Four.Ton Truck Is Especially Adapted to the Transportation of Boxed, Crated or Barrel Ooods Also Is licsnomlcat. Special scle of Hosiery for all ages. smart line of Sailors and Rcady-to-Wears. Also a FRANCISS(V1ITH ORCHARD GROVE . ha l) motortruck Is got. lu a more exact IhiIs etcry ii.n the Mlal factors In the line pii'MiMr lriii.tcrliitloii of mcrrliatl-il- l MtlliK goods time dwn $5.00 to b paid when msre U tervrd and 35.00 more wttrn colt It foaled. Parly's owninf maret have thr privileaja of brrdinf throtifhout the traton, but no refund will ! made, tlioutd mare not prove with foal. f l.ancnster. surprised their many friend last Saturday by KoinK to Harrodsburg; and being: united In detlr and Farnau. mnrrinirc. These are excellent younir Joy Mr. J. I. Hutrman ha returnetl people ami we wih them much n they go out to from Lexington where he was called and hnppine by the illness and death of hi fath share life together. Imrk te her home place. will! .Mr. nml Mrs. Kllshn Aiiam mMr with Mr. l'reton this year.1' Mr. C. C. Henderson has returnetl stay In home nfter a few week Richmond. Mr. .mil Mrs. Crontey Uarilwick) have moved to the vacant house on .Mr. James Stone' place. Obcliik flour it thr bell first patent flour made. Try a tack to. in otwn. Iludion Jay we I Mr. Snllle Preston movcJ Vn. Huffman. sire i! t'.e tr and Mis Luetic llendrickson ('(.., co, of Kichmond Haxei Mis with Mr. and soriit the wtrk-en- d Mr. J. I. Hutfiwtn. Mr. anil XJrs. Wesley llourne and rliiughter, of near tancaster, nnd Mm. Wm. Humphrey nnd daughter, of Mt. Hebron spent Sunday with Mr. and Mr. Oeew hdingtum er. Mr. Mr. (!nbe Huffman of this neigh Clark of Imrhood nnd Miss Delia e Aln i. HAWK Is by Undarns I4RI7, he sired by Fllo He Dominant HS70, he by in hlglmats I the by Dominant, by Itienfaisant, Th. truok Vermouth, by Vidoce, by Coco the Itself .Second, he by Vlex Chslin,.by Coco by Mlcnon. by Jenn l.e lllanc llii dam Is Iwindnrn 77ut. She by txtrador 2188, nnd out of Mn rt . II , bv I.lesure II., nnd out of ( u'...4!ie I.lesure II., sired by St. Uuintnnt, nml out of Kvajillnn II, She by Tacheau and dam tir Iloipjct KU7. is Kavora 1st., 798, nnd II::u t. Coco the Second. The sire of Tachenu sire of withhorss-- s HAWK'S pedigree stnnds out n peer nntonK the best m Kentucky. THE RIME JACK wns foaled He is nearly IC hands high, black with white points, larire bctica, bin feet nnd very active. He will make '!.e Season on the following-- terms: 1C, BIO PEULOW net, her dam Clay's Imparted Jennett., Halls. la)'s Tuscaro's dnm by Wright A Prtre's running to Clay's, Impertcil Warrior. Hiif Fellows third dam by U'ellinntan, he hy Wellingloh, known as Peter llrnmhit's premium and sweepstake jack, he by Imparled SwrMi jack .Mer Caotle, ttam lately Jane, at Ik tame time. Pawrth dam by HImIc' Cm-prumlt- e, June 1010. The Lancaster Building & Loan ASSOCIATION. Incorporated. Shipping Honey Direct From ducer to Consumer. Pro- Takes Mortngv Loans rom its members on weekly or monthly beinstallments. Own a home paid for out of rent money by Loan Association. ing an Investor In the Lancaster Building and If not a borrower and want a saving account invest your weekly or monthly savings. Your savings will soon be large enough to draw Interest. J. K. K0BINS0N. President Wm. S. HOPPER, Scc't. & Tres. 95.00 to l paid when mare It and $5.00 more when colt it foatrd. I'arty't own-in- f mtrri have the privilefe of krrrdinc thru-ou- t the traton, but no rWund will be mail, thould mare not prove with foal. Siretl by Payne McConnelV jack, known to be an excellent breeder. His first dam wai by George ilallard's big; Jack second dam by Holla-day'- s Tuscrq he by Locknane's Tuicaro ,he by Tuscarora that sold for $1000. Locknane's tlam was Samuel Hays premium Jen Tus-caror- ir(d Inl Sell your Tobacco on the Lancaster Market. i i O MrSA. J We were compelled to linn ill f ei8CS. o i luier R. y A Scene ot Furniture. Influence of Toys. It wns reserved to Hogarth to wrlta The toy utly In form, or color lctec-rooshould not be glren to children for It Not only Is It n prompt atxl a scene of furniture. The rake's the nobleman' dinlt z rtxnn, the may offend an Inherited artistic seine, reliable carrier for this clast if apartments of the husband and wlfa ml misdirect a budding Instinct for freight, but It alo Is eiinimleNl. Hie alderIn "Marrlagc-a-la-Modethose tblncs which nre beautiful One Comisiretl wllb borsi-s- . It Is far man s twrlnr, the hh'1 Nil chamber, cannot expect a child to ties clop cood In every way, both as to mile of upkeep and op- and many others, aro the history of taste If he la surrounded ,r article act ability and the manners of the use -- Horace Wad and playthings whlih violate all tli eration. canons of symmetry ami color In Hint's nidi ns these the tniffc pole (urrbaser should study his ultimtion most carefully anil emjdnr etwrt al vice whenever Hislble. Many a mat. who buys n five-totniek lmnlil rea' ly operate n four, nnd the same tft many buyers of threaten vehicles A closo study of delivery problems wlP prove to many a business man that he ousht to be operatlnc n truck of dlf ferent slie than thnt which he l using. Oct the truck to lit the Job, ndaitel Hie cihhIs. bii'lness. The four-to- tniKt (It tint Jib or line of htilr)iTo iiiei-- t Hit sltnntlon llic iimiiiifu of tiin'rs are building many slx cn trucks, from n Imlf-toto ten-tupnelty. One of the units now In creat Is the four-totruck, whleli l widely ue In many line of u n Sampson. Vtiu see that Hig HeHw Has aa bltwd as any jack in the State. Itnlance of money when mare l ported with, or bred to another horse r jack. Lien rein in itl an colt until service fee Is paid. Care taken to prevent accidents, tat not responttb' kA de should any occur. Phone 387-h- . RAY and AMON, Buckeye, Ky. truck IhmIj Is ixpivlnllv work; tlml Is rnrryltig of taxed, ernlttl or Imrrel to stake " ct Carly Fireworks. In llortftv at the creation of thn popes. Illuminated "barnl greBsilea"' were Ibrown dom Ihe tops of cnstles, and alwMit the esnimeBcetnrnt of lb Kotirteenlh ei.nir nrenorks bad an an in wMeh lot. Mors dls-t-4 r . hi Ciii.;.iinnis the reat ulp'ure aixl Miner of ar ''- - "iri- lntli'S be-cont-i- l PUBLIC SALE OF note oar Sta Hospital to qaarters in GIVE PRODUCE BETTER CARE Mora Attention Should De Given to Quality and Methods of Packing and Shipping. With the present condition of henvy productlnn of nlinost every farm rom modify ami high freight rate, the Mi reau of markets of the t'nlted States Department of Agriculture advise, that greater core than ever sboiibt ns tn the tpiallty of prtHltire sblppetl by mil to markets and the method of pncklnc and loading. Where fruit or vegetables nre of Inferior grade or quality In nny respect, the farmer will do well to market nearby, within the truck rndlti, or iore for home consumption. After the stock k'ets to a dlstnnt market the shipper Is then protection by the tnsertlon service furnished by be tlepartment nt alxiut 1S principal recelvlns M)lnts of the l.'nlte States. This service costs $2-- T for a half carload or less uml $1 for n full carload. It enables the shipper to tenru the exact condition In which his pro. diitv reachttl the coiislgiiee by giving the exact nature of the decay or other defects, anil gives blm Information t In regard to the method of marketing each pnrtlt-iihibt of produce In-sr the Brick bwldiog on Danville street, below J. MohI's Si we Manley and Wilson SHOE HOSPITAL TE LIVE STOCK SATURDAY, MARCH 19th, AT TEN O'CLOCK A. M., IN NICAOLASVILLE, KY. WE WILL SELL AT PUBLIC AUCTION AT REYNOLDS' BARN ON ELIZABETH STREET IN NICHOLASVILLE, KY., ON THE ABOVE DATE, 122 HEAD OF HORSES, MULES AND PONIES; 150 HEAD OF STOCK HOGS; 110 HEAD OF SHEEP; 25 HEAD WAGONS WITH BEDS, ROCK OF COWS; TWO FRAMES AND HAY FRAMES; TWO SETS EXTRA GOOD WACON HARNESS, AND DESCRIBED AS FOL-LOWS: SHOE REPAIRING All Work done by Electrical Machinery and all work guaranteed. 1 Wholesale Joy In Labor. The Joy tlml come to in In the knowledge that we con labor, that we can fill a niche In this buy world. Is enough to compensate us for the effort. On ur ability to labor depends our existence contentment and hap-- i ' ' ' Lltaraturt Immortal. the Hooks are the rnemi-j-ln- nl. symbol and preage ( luitiinrtiillty. The dead ore scattered, and none shall find them: but behtild lhy are htye. II. W. Ilet'cber Some Very Old Trees grow to n great age. Yew tree Those at TorenlalnV abbey, Yorkshire, Kngland. were old In UK. fullfonila has trees thousands of yearn old In the Marliu grove, and baobab trees In Africa are over four centuries old. i pines. Paint Screens With Sponge. Wire wreens call be iHilnted mora easily and with better results than by the ordinary method of palming with If , .. dm tuiliil I- - thinned - undK w,r.i. applied to the scieeii with an old In Popular sponge. Kdward II. Mechanics. " " .. Levy ot Goose Feathtr. Mads wings of evSix feather from the ery goose In their counties, tvnt Ihe war levy King Henry V made upon tlm of IhiglMi counties lord lieutenant ufl.rn nliiit tn make war unon France were needed In HIT. The feather for the arrows of the archers, thu In. fantrymeu of the lay. . ' 7 W. 0. RIGNEY Funeral Lancaster, Perforation of Postage Stamps. 1 SILO WILL HOLD MOST FOOD perforations are made the edge of every postage i around Keeps Various Crops In Best Form for NINETEEN HEAD OF MARES AND GELDINGS that weitth from 850 to 1,000 pounds stump. It Is estimated Hint about Different Animals Till Needed are Kood broke to double and single harness. Several of these horses are broke for women EOO.Ots'i.ono punched every boles are Later On. day. This means a similar number to drive. of bits of paMr. They uro collected,' HORSES, the Kood strong kind you can make EIGHT HEAD OF SMOOTH-MOUTMore food can Im stored In it given repulped and remade Into shew of spneo In n silo than lu any other build-lug- , a crop with. paper. These ar irgarded So valumaking It u cheap storage. The SEVEN HEAD OF PONIES. These ponies are mostly all spotted and broke for chilj able by the postal authorities that silo barrels full of them are sold eery crop also makes posnthle growing the dren. j till It bus produced the KreHtest j day. THE SHEEP are all yountr and think they will be throiiKh lambiiik' by the day of amount of food per acre, ami keepsale. We believe you will say they are as kooiI a bunch of sheep as you ever saw. ing this food In thu fonu for the 125 HEAD OF SHOATS that will wclirh from 00 to 115 pounds to the head. animals till It Is needed, Slluge Is like having imsture for the Ihe Muck Ihe NINETEEN HEAD OF GRADE SOWS most of them will have by the day of jeiir ii round. The slluge P nutritious sale. and has n good eltect on the dlsctvtlloii. DUROC JE RSEY SOW, weighs 500 pounds, will pit? In a ONE THOROUGH-BREIt will mean u big milk production uml good growth of the uiilimil to which few days. Forty-six FIFTY YEARLING BLACK CATTLE, welghim,' 050 pound. TWO AUTOMOBILES, One Ovurlnml IK); One DocIkc Hoad.ster 11)18 model. Both in first class condition. to 0 years old, woIkIi from U.00O to L500 pounds TWENTY PAIRS OF MULES from to the pair MULES, most of them aro broke. TWENTY HEAD OF 3 to 4 YEAR-OLTEN PAIRS OF MARES thnt weiijh from li.OOO to 2,(500 pounds to the pair.and they are the very hest kind that Krows. These teams match close ami are well broken. to 7 years old and are extra well EIGHT HEAD OF ODD MULES that are from 1 ' H !( pis D It U fed. t Director and Embalmer. FEED PUREBRED STOCK OIHceli'lione.lS. Residence Phone 33. Kentucky. Five dollar' worth of Iron made Into horfhoc hells for $10 but made Into hair springs for watches sells for more than a million dollars. Moral: Make raw materials count feed good FOUR THOROUGH-BREPOLAND, CHINA SOWS. Papon will be furnished on ONE POLAND CHINA BOAR. day of sale for these sows. FIVE HEAD OF THESE COWS ARE FRESH, several will be fresh by the day of sale. These cows are mostly Jerseys and are the very best we could find in the country. THIS SALE WILL BE HELD RAIN OR SHINE AT THE LIVERY BARN ON ELIZA-BETSTREET. SALE BEGINS PROMPTLY AT 10 O'CLOCK, A. M. D H stork. REYNOLDS BROS., Nicholasville, Ky. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky.,Thursday, Mch 17. 1921 Sell Your Tobacco OVER OUR FLOORS LATEST IMPROVED NORTHERN LIGHTS. SALES HELD DAILY. Courteous Treatment and as Prompt Service as Competent Men Can Give. DON'T OFFER YOUR LOW GRADES OR DAMAGED TOBACCOS. THERE IS NO MARKET FOR IT. PLANTERS STANFORD STREET. W. A. 1 WR E Starter. Incorporated LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. JOE KEL'LEY Floor Manager. m CO. SPEITH,'Manager. JAKE GRAW, Tha Third Heaven. fit in nnrlrlil Ji'ulati ntiln. Ion llirrt rr lhr- - henrena: (1) that J therein tin IdnN My, (2) Hint whenIn the tar itHito! (3) that where tho 1 IIslivt nrxl III nncrN Ihe. In II St 1'aut'a reference- li to tlitrj heaven of lumens, the place of OotVn ruling over nncel anJ till na ' rtlMlnct fnrni l'araill wlicnt tin- - mml of tin-- faithful ntild. In which Art-onli- imrr. hlet plnre tin any a In In- - tt'n rnplun-d- , the nmc pna'acr. nl. How Many Color for a Set(onT Nat lone bco n tmln started out of Grand Central In Inn necllimm After running a few miles the first aectlon Imt time, anil the second, runnlnc nhead. wan ordered to put up green signals ami run ni drat section. Aa this train approaches the next tower the dispatcher nsked t tin alctialmnn If tho englnemsn hail put up kIsiiiiIh. Tho Ictmltnnn replied, by telephone. "Yes, as . hp Just put up tho erven anil Mew." I New Vork Central Mnrnzlnc. - Old Reliable KELLEYS Improved Burley TOBACCO SEED. "BEST BY TEST" No "rust," "wild llro" or nny other disease on our farms thin or tiny other year, ami wo maintain our usual hik'h standard for our seed. No need of any hlj,'h Hounding ad, junt ask any of tho thousands of growers about "Kelley Seed." Kvery pnckaKO tmfoiruarded by copyrlKhtod trademark, and none genuine unless In packaKu bearing our copyrighted signature. Trice $2.00 per ounce. $28.00 per pound. Ktlttd In U. I'.Uut Office. Atldress all orders to B. L. Kelley & Lancaster, Kentucky. . Sons clothing that has been packed away and inspect and sort it preparatory to making plans .for the wardrobe of- - each member of the family, according to Miss Maybcllc CorneJI, head of the home economics department of the Kentucky State Ap- 'College of Agriculture. A card People With catalog has been found to be a help Bad Com' in this work. Kach member of the family should plexions, have hla pile of clothing, a decision should be made aa to whether he Fever", Need can wear his lust year's garment, whether it must be pas.cd on to Blood Tonic. another smaller individual or discarded entirely. Notes should be GUDE'S IS THE kept on the cards as to the amount of repairs needed and the making BEST. over for each garment. After the Makei Rich Red Blood R.mwi old garments have been gone over, plans ior the new ones may be Vitality And Increase, Body's made. The clothing budget should be divided among memberii of the Resistance To Disease. family group in accordance with their needs. Then and only then I .1- me unit- - wnen 1.1 I shopping trips should be planned and i I uiouti spring If you do not is no vital to health. if well planned and executed orc feci the thrill of Sprint; In your blood trip will often suffice for the pur if you take no pleasure in liv nml chase of materials to be made up ing, your complexion pallid or muddy I into garments, according to Miss and you tire easily, you enn be Cornell. i not up to pretty sure your Wood If the woman wishes to dp the I the murk. So many feel that way houe- - sewing herself It should be arranged Spring. Kspeclally in the that the household will not be dis wive who have o much work to and run organized because of it. This is They get over-tire- d j do. ' down their blood , becomes weak one time when the camied goods may be used to give the family tho proper nml thin. Iluild up your blood now by tnk- -' diet and save the housewife time ing' that splendid Spring blood tonic, for the problem of clothing the It will give family. If she is going to have dude's vital power to the red corpuscles in someone assist her with the work your blood. They will go racing much time and money may be saved through your blood, enrryirig fresh by being on' hand to assist with I supplies of oxygen to all the tiny the dally work. I When the homemnker makes the your cells. It will help Improve your appetite, oull clothing for the family as much a color and take more interest in thing and en- business proposition as does the man joy life more. You will atop going reaplenlshlng the stock in his store the family will be clothell more comaround with that tired, ' fortably feeling. ffr ess money and the l'hyilcians have prescribed Gude'sl women will have more leisure to n for thirty year. enjoy her futility, Miss Cornell said. You can get it at any druggist's In either tablet or liquid form. Take They have whichever you prefer. Tm Mattel's Hatr the same medicinal value. (Set the fisajillaaaatfrf Jt 1 genuine. (Advertisement.) bsssms at aasmma aa wsaas wh. Positively eradicates dandruff nmcta MM. Clothing aealpa step fautna- - hair saalaaaa hiatr msMtaa tanrtaat amrtk-ad- Jj GOOD BLOOD NEEDED IN OHIO COUNTY YOUNGSTERS Form Dairy Calf Club. Uoys and girls of Ohio county vho are Interested in dairying have organized themselves into a calf club and are planning to purchase purebred dairy heifers which they will use as foundation stock for herds of their own, is a report of K. M. I'rewitt of the dairy department of the Kentucky Suite Gollege of Agriculture. A local bank has agreed to finance the youngsters In purchasing animals which they will raise. The club now has eight members, but tho membership Is expected to be raised to 'JO in the near future, according to Mr. Tell HimIfYou.Like It. "Don't make fun of your local paper. "(Jive the editor news, whether it benats you or not. "Don't ask him to pript it on the front page nml just thct esact way you handed li in. "Don't worry lest the editor make If he's prospertoo much money. ous, he'll be foolish enough tg give his community a better paper; that's nn editor's ambition that's why ho engages In the publicity business. "Tell him when he has n good paper. You arc wilting to congratulate your' preacher on a good sermon, and your merchant on mi attractive window- - display. The editor is no less grutefut for a word of praise," SPRINGTIME Poor "Spring A, petite, PEPTO-MANGA- I . Club Campaigns Will Get Trip To Chicago. Free' trips to the 1921 Chicago International Livestock Exposition will be provided for the club chum-pio- n In dairy calf and poultry growing through the cooperation of a Chicago packing house .according to an announcement which has just been made by C. W. Buckler of the Kentucky State College of Agriculture and state leader of junior club work. Thu winners will be selected by Mr. .Buckler and three members of the statu college stair, who will pan on the records of the club boys and girl of the state for the year. An nounccment' of the winners of the trip will be made about three weeks before it is made. The only requirements are that the youngsters taking the trip prepare a brief story of their experiences while at the exposition. While at the show the champion will have a week's tour consisting of one day and evening at the stock show .trips through various packing plants, the financial district, parks, museums, department stores, industrial works and moving picture shows. Any Kentucky boy or'girl can enter this contest by getting In touch with Mr. Buckler, tho county club leader, county farm or home demonstration agent. to-b- Indigestion g persons, otberwiso and healthy, aro bothered, occasionally with indigestion. Tho effects of n disordered stomach on the j system aro dangerous, and J prompt treatment of Indices- I tlon Is Important. Tho onlS' medicine I havo needed has been something to aid dlges-tlon and clean tho liver," mm writes Mr. Krcd Asuby, a McKlnuey. Texas, farmer. "My medicine is I Many vfcorous Q D D q O ' n B fl mm IVpto-Mangit- B f B S Bedford's T for Indigestion S BLACK-DRAUGH- all-go- 1 J" n B mm lVpto-Manga- g S Q Q mm mm 1 anLucky Tiger bwlth I mcHam Imawdlaia aaJ Msoty Back Unaraal Bed jj D and stomach M I have 55 troublo of nny kind. never found anything that spot, like Black- touches tho Draught. I take It In broken ZZ doses after meals. For a Ion; time I tried pills, which grip- and didn't give tlia good mm B Q ' Black-Draug- Problems Are taautr. Best Solved In Spring. BB cartaln. medicine Is easy to take, easy to keep, Inexpensive." Oet a package from your dnicglst today Ask for and Uislit upon Taedford's tho ouly genuine. Get It today. CM liver 5 B fl Q H Q mm B This is a good time of the year for tho homemaker to get out all C(x. aaaaaaCMr.Ma. li V The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky.. Thursday Men 17, 92 I 1 OFFICE SEEKERS BESIEGE G. O. P. Members Of Congress May Urge Harding To Keep Lid On a LIQUID POISON So Strong WHO WANTS TO PUT UP I k That Three Drops Wilf Kill At I .Classified Column RATCSi Single Insertions 1c a word No ad taken for less than i!0c in this column. No ads in this column charged. Seven insertions for the price of five. Phone orders must be paid promptly. ouch Is Discov- ered By Chemi- Postofl'ices. Washington, Republican mem- The Chemical War-far- e X Service has discovered a liquid 5 polsoif so slrong that three drops will kill nny one whose skin It touches, it became known there rccrntly. Fresh Rolls daily at Currey and Falling like rain from noiels at- (lulley's. tached to oirplunes the liquid would Pure Ilrcil White 1tock eggs at kill everything In the aircraft's path, " according to a high official of the l.00 per setting. Phone .107, Don't blow in money CMM-lf.- ) Mrs. 11. P. Swope. service. You want to save ns much as possible on A description of what the new war you can just as FOR SALEi Plenty of No, 1 weapon would do, In the opinion ofj timothy hay. Phone 44. the coat of building. We can stive you a this official, follows; well keep In your JohnT flicks. One plane carrying two tons of considerable sum. the liquid could cover nn area 100 FOR RALE: Ford Touring car, ppeket. feet wide by seven miles long In one In first rlass condition. trip and could deposit enough mater- (1 10 t) (I. C, Walker. ial to kill every mini in that area, Buy it from us Get an estimate from us on the cost of opinion. FOR SALEi Globe range In first and If thoie on the ground were Veteran members privately favor not protected by gas mnK the area class condition. the mnterinl. We will be Kbul to submit one to 0 the continuance of the executive or.It.) Mr. Hayden I.eavell. of fatality would be many times der of former President Woodrow greater." FOR RENT; Four nice rooms, you at any time. Wilson placing the first, second nnd "The only limit to the quantity of furnished or unfurnished. Phone third class offices vlrtunlly under this liquid which could' be made i 317. Mrs. Printus Walker. the civil service. They realize that the amount of available electric is more than of a liability patronage power as nearly every atkin has No one can undersell us and' we can often than an asset an dthat In tilling one ptai'tically an unlimited supply Qf. rim .irti.r.: i we long yearling nppointment they create the mcei.ry raw matortal. tiuviiui'irin;ui vuis. Hill st"'l undersell others. several bitter enemies. 'It would be entirely poible for cheap. Rayaly bred. Pbene 23. New Mrmbcri Want Lid Off. pd. this country to manufacture several Jm W. Sanders. New members, however, and they, good tons per day If the iiecemrv I am standing a Registered Jersey are numerous, wish to see the order dants had been built.' Hull. Hanging Fork. Raleigh No revoked so that they can begin imDuring the Aryeonne offensive the IH7.018 at $S.00. J. K. Sanders mediately to .cut into the pork to entire first American army of the llubble, K repay those who are responsible for ,2.' 0,000 men occupied an area ap- their coming to Washington. SALE:-P- ure FOR proximately 10 kilometer long by 20 White Rock From quarters close to the White kilometers wide. If Cnrmtiy had eggs at 75cU. per setting of 15 egg. House, as well ns from the general hod 1.000 tons of these Mrs. Jim Vox. materials Phytic .1j2 R. trend of the replies sent Mr. r ess, and 100 planes equipped for its dls. it appears almost certain that I'resl.,1 trllMilion. the entire first army wouM FOR SALE: (nd white dent Warren G .Harding will not re-- ij oak have been annihilated In twelve fencing, gate slats, boxing ami fram voke the executive order but thati hours. he will modify It in such u way! "The chemical warefare service (s ing any length desired. Mike Rogers, Iwincaster, Ky. that, while civil service examinations' develuMng protective rfatiiMg to enstill will be held for applicants Con-- , LOYD. FOH SAI.K: Splendid milk cow.j tirely caver the wearer ami make Etiquette, Question of gressmen, or at least Republican fresh, with young calf by side. htm impervious to the deadly liquid." I No, Roger, In bowing to the Inert-It- . Fifteen Ilarred Rock Eggs, $1 Do Congressmen, wil have a voice in dc- Mrs. John Uay is some better at V. K. Leavcll.f table It Is not necvuarj for one to 1100,00015 per cent INTEREST Flock inspected and O. K'd by Mr. ciding who is to be selected for nomithis writing. lift one's hit. Hoston Transcript TO LEND ON (5001) (Jet busy, keep busy. FARMS. ChaHn, Specialist In poultry, I.exing Is your Job nation by the President. Mrs. A. It. Ilurcheil is better at fi & 10 years time. ton. Mrs. T. D. O'ltrarn, Is it permanent? You This would be accompanied by unsafe? ' Mitter of Principle. this writing. S. T. HANDLE CORRESPONDT Ijitif Atcr. K modifying the order to require the want a life long business? You can A good many widows get married 502 Fayette National Rank Mrs. Mnrrien Hurt is very low at civil service department to certify get into such a business, wiling more Just to show that they can. and not FOR SALE; Nice team of mare LEXINGTON, KY. the names of the three applicants than 137 Watkins produce direct because of any particular liking for . inn writing. mules, six years old, good workers, uihut ihnr ci'l. mo. having the highest average instead to farmers if you own auto or team Miss Etta Hell Ross was iu town sound and ready for use. About of the name of the one person ob- or can get one; if you are under CO ' Friday afternoon. IS hands high and well built. S. C. Rhode Bells, Ore- -.. and can give bond with personal taining the highest rating. St.) Georg D. Robinson. Mr. and Mr. Kirby Teater were Hells In a dream are said to b We back These three names, would be sub- sureties. you with big Reds. RUFF LEGHORN EGGS: From If you are In love their m Lexington Wednesday. favorable. mitted to the Congressman in whose selling helps; 52 yea,ra in business; llm rt f m ilMln. I .Infix! In It My Reds are of the highest district the office is located and he 20,000,000 users of our products. hinu mnrrUge. If you are In bust-- 1 the best strain of layrrs, from the Alice Ray spent Friday night Ured from my State Fair win- would indicate his choice. Out of Write for information where you can oess they ore lelleed to denote me- -' with her sister, Mrs. Smith. Springfield. Ohio Hatcher)--. My ners. Oood laying strain. Eggs the three chances the Congressman get territory. J. K. Watkins Co., cess. have ri. MII..V U',.ll..r .n.Mln..l for hatching. $2.00 for IS and up. hens 15, at proven this. Eggs $1.00 Department 111, Winona, Minn. in all probability could select one of for my home. j several of her friends Sunday. Cockerels for sale $3.00 each. his political faith. H. Z. Price, Paint Lick, Ky., R. No. 2 Hat Poor Oplnlan of Percy, W. A. Ramsey, Uailey Ray Percy Noodles says that when ha ' and children Paint Lick, Ky. Route No. 2. asked the capitalist's daughter what visited Mrs. Ilurcheil Wednesday, MT. HEBRON Notice. (3- - 10 5t. pd.) ...... ,t,l .tr. If I,. ..... . !... Mammoth Pathfinder, Defender, Mr- - 0I,,C ,,,aek and b"b" v,,itc1 Miss Loura Duncan has been sick All persons having claims against psper reporter, she said she would and Sensation Durocs sows, boar hl'r mother, M. Adams Sunday. the past wek. and gilts. The blrgest montr msk- S T. Leave), deceased, or his estate,) pect hl first day acd his last dy to come before his pay day. Dallas Mr. and Mrs. Fred Snyder and ers In the world. Ask for litera Mr. James, of Jessamine county, are hereby notified to present same,' News. baby visited Mrs. J. I). Ray Sunday, ture. Write or phone 14. THE moved to his farm near here last We have millions of the finest properly proven, as required by law,' GLKNWORTH FARMS. Rurgin. Ky. week. Mrs. L. I. Matthews spent Sunduy open field grown plants Origin of Word "Doll" Obscure. ready now. to J. W. Elmore, at The Garrard, won, J(Ir of with her sister, Mrs. John Simpson. Early Jersey, Charleston Wakcfields. Messrs. M. L. Montgomery and Dank and Trust Co., Lancaster, Ky., obscure, but the common explsnatlon Edd Grow attended court in StanMiw Emma Smith and sister en Flat Dutch. Parcel post paid, 300 TENANT WANTED; A man to or to Chas. C. Fox, Atty.. Danville. frequently given that thi word Is an ford Monday. $1.00, B00 $1.50, 1000 $2.50. raise six acres of tobacco and about Ky., not later than the 1st. day of. abbreviation of "Idoll" or "Idol." Is tertalned several at dinner Sunday. Mr. Edil Grow spent Thursday Express 2000 $3.50; GOOO $7.50; 25 acres of corn. He must furnish a iwi cr I nam uj me Desi nninoniies Kirby Teater bought a fat cow with his parents, Mr and Mrs. W. N. May 1U21. 10,000 $12.50. Send for price list team and too!.. Will provide grass Given under my hand this 15th. that the word Is derived from Doll from Mike Simpson' wile Saturday. Grow at Pleasant Hill. Sweet potato and tomato plants. for team and cows. Good seven day of March. 1921. or Dolly, diminutives of the woman's Mr. and .Mrs. Marshall Ray attend Parker harms, Moultrie, Oa. room hou-tW. K. Leave!!, Mr. and Mrs. H. It. Montgomery name, "Dorothy," which In Greek sig- ed preaching Jesse II. Walden. at Mr. Sim Clark's last Lancaster, Ky. II. 1. and children were the guests of Mr. Executor of S. T. Leave!, deceased. nifies the gift of God; hence the Idea Sunday. and Mrs. Wm. Layton Sunday. of a gtft In a child for n plaything. Mr and Mrs. Eugene Clark and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Sebastian daughter, of Hoyle wero with her visited .Mr. and Mrs. Uailey Ray re parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Montcently. gomery Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Newt Sanders were Clover, Timothy, Kecleaned Orover Sunday to see Mr .und Mrs. chard Gratt and Kentucky Blue Wm. Ray. Gran Seed. Tested seed oatt. Mrs. Henry Ray and children visit Hudson & Farnau. ed her parents Suturady night and Mr. and Mrs. Harrison Dean and! r3 Sunday. children and Mrs. A. S. Detin were Mr. and Mrs. Kirby Teater and GOOD guests of Mr and Mrs. Harvey Deatjj tj children were in Lancaster Sunday and family in Little Hickman Sun- - tr$ LL ksssasV V1- afternoon. day. over the siitvto of applications for Federal office, especially postmas-tcirhl-p They have not agreed whether it would be better to knock the top out of the old pork bnrrel, to open It Just n little bit, or to keep It tightly sealed nnd let merit be the test by which the postofflces shall be manned. Since Representative Simeon I), Few, Ohio ,ent out hi question-air- e to take a straw vote on Congressional opinion many members have expressed their opinions nnd, although Mr. Fes has received only h portion of the replies .they indicate that there is n wide diversity of (.1-1j 1 bers of Congress are visibly worried New Building? cal Warfare Service. New York. BASTlN LUMBER CO. . (3-1- 0 Island l I Frost Proof Cabbage Plants. e. FIBRE FURNITURE MONEY IS ' LIKE ALL g Mr. Etgan Montgomery sold to Mr. Henry Huble a bunch of hogs at 10 cents per pound and n cow, at 4 cents per pound. He alio sold to Mr. Edd Grow a calf price $U. Mrs. Hettle Rogers, Geo. Mrs. Rogers and little daughter, Ruth,, Mrs. J. A. Clark and granddaughter, Gladys Stone, of Danville were the guests of Mr and Mr.s W. L. Grown THE YEAR ROUND. S aSsiaal 'IS Thursday night and Friday. Try ilanna't Luitro Finlth, thej mads to walk on varntth for your' painting this Spring. Get it at Conn Ilroi. Live and Let Li. Folk. Miss Helen Gill, the truant officer,! visited the school here twice last week and called on several of the patrons Mia Logan, the State Supervisor, also visited the school Thursday. We are still t riming our price and not our customers, selling munyj things at cost and some for less. Come In and get your share. We! can mend your tin and granite wre while you wait. R J. Mount and Co, When the weather is cool, use it in your Living It is handsome enough for any house. And when the weather it warm, use it on your porch or lawn. The demand for Fibre Furniture is increasing every year; we have a very large assortment and r prices on it. We can furnish it cither have in the plain or upholstered, in single pieces or suites. Room pre-wa- Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Ray are over the arrivnl of a big boy named Cecil. Mr. and Mrs. Harris Teater enter- All of This Goods is Marked at IS to 20 per cent Below Tormer Price. , If you are in the market for any of this goods, we would be pleased to show you our beautiful line make your selection early before the stock is picked over. TRIBBLE & PICKET FURNI'E. CO. Danville's Largesf Furn. DANVILLE, KY. 3c Rug Store. Gilch.r Hotel Bldg. tained several of their friends Sunday at dinner. Hogan Teater buught three hogs frum tnls fcinltli at lu cts. per pound Friday. Mrs. J. I). Raker visited her daughter, Mrs. Preston Snyder Saturday night und Sunday, Miss Anna Lucy llrock is back finishing her school, boarding with Mrs. Wm. Whitaker. Mr. ami Mrs. Kirby JTeitter were in Danville a few days ago buying their spring goods for their store. Kirby Teater and sons attended the Haielden und Aldridge hog sale Saturduy and purchased three hogs. Mrs. Howard Logan and daughter spent several days with her brother, James Hicks and family recently. Miss Delia Hurt has returned home, after several weeks stay with her cousins; Maggie 1). 'nnd Pearl Hurt. To-Walk- -On " "Made-to-Walk-O- Is the llodr finish Because of the superior, special varnish Lustro contains it dries with n touj,'h, Klossy surface that wears better than hardwood itself. HANNA'S LUSTRO FINISH Is the ritfht brand for any interior wood (Inishinif you h.)ve to do. It will stain and varnish the wood surface, aj one application. Comes in Oak. Cherry Mahogany, Walnut, etc. Lustro-Finla- h Hanna's Soldi, . Usciitcr, CONN BROS. . . Kentucky.