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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): March 24, 1921 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1921 cen1921032401_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 24, 1921 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1921 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. THE CENTRAL RECORD. THimr rmsT year LANCASTER. KY.. THURSDAY AFTERNOON. MARCH 24, 1921. NUMBER SI. HOWARD J. YOUNG SON LOCAL BASE BALL "BROUGHT UP" BRAZELTON, JR.jof Mr. And Mrs. John WAREHOUSE LaneasterHigh School. BYJTHE L. & N. Business Men's AssoPopular Young Man Of Adams Dies. Launched Wjns Suit Against The Mslrrlsl It Urine Whipped Into Wible Mapother, the ciation Shape For Proving Nine. Stanford, Dies Of Home Tobacco WareNew President, StartThe death lat Thr4ny afternoon Last Monday Formal practice for the High of Okert l.ee Adams, IS year oh! season wus Scarlet Fever. house Of Richmond. School IhiscImiII week nnd buseencd Night. ed As Messenger no of Mr. and Mr. John Adams, conMonday of last LANCASTER j About forty of the rltlzens nnd business nun of Uncnstcr met Inst Monday nlghl, following n meeting of the retail mcrrlimU held Imt week, ami as n result of the lat meeting nn organisation was formed nml will I"" known s the lluslnM Men's Association. Judge l - Walker made n don-j,t- .t nd inspiring tlk on. "Why h town the sise af lMitM should OrguuiBntlon," ban- m Commoreiul l.an-taster I- hi .I l offered many wise SUgBCStWnS such an organisation could We i iw. inanity would derive from it. A by W. A. suggestion wm mud I that the (twb nf the Aero leeid organisaI lull of America. tion, should b tronfrred h tho f.rmed and the benentn the fity and rn. Aasoeia-- t Huatneea Wen's nn. and theenrm the incorporation of the fomw should b diaeotvtd ..nd mrrH inns the piocaat li.m The .Imw of the .issssiatiun wue a yur and Mesa, Mt I It,,., Hastin. Bill Milter and Ihlile comsnitto to namod M Maxiii Urn-aste- r intr Much iyniKithy i expressed for Itev. and Mrs. Hownril J. Ilraifltn, of .Stanford, over the lo of ttair only son, Howard. Jr . who din! nfter n wrelM lllnojw of srarlet fever. Thk ileRdid yo'inn; man wan well known and well likod here whore he often rame during the foot-lM- ll iwmm htt fall. The Inlorior Journal has the this sad donlh: noweeratsMt only Howard J. lira sol ton, Jr.. J. son of Her. and Ml, llow-on- l ttraaoitnn, iliod at his home on Woat Main street at II :lb laat niffht. after an illnoos of a wtrk of aeartut fever. He was the only child of hat fastJ (atrestU and thoy are alaioM rrwshed over their rrroaraMe loos. I8try hoart m this entire sortie room out to thorn and many prayers are aoeewdtMC the Throw of (.rare Young I! rat! ten in taxaV li daslf. waa 17 yoare old in Ortohor laat and waa born at Iroaton, O. He jomod taw .una live on the Snwir Creek pike, woo a severe idwck to the devoted family, as well n to those who nre hU friend and rieHthhor. He wns a splendid young fellow nnd his death fall heavily upon hi nrief stricken family and h n mirce of sorrow to hi many little fnond, who were his neHthbort astd cbool All that medical skill and mntos. science could do wns done far him, but without avail, he having boon stricken with an a be em of the brain, and Mitferod intensely before the end rame, aKhouirh conscious un until nn hour before his death. He hw a member of the Christian rhurrh. Services wor ceushu'U ed by Hov. IL N. Itourtand ut IHscnator eensotory Inst I'rtday af ternnnn. Interment followrnn lte media leljr. to Smith. about ton o'clock Mr. George Smith. Sr.. Si years af age, paatid away at hi latsao on Islington street after a short nines of less than a week, the Immediate rauae of his death being a cerebral hemorrhage. In the deuth of Mr .Smith, Lancnator ioeea another of her oldest and bm Horn in Wood reoneeted rithMn. ford county. Kentucky, he moved to Ijiaeaster. when quite a young mna and for the anot fifty yean or (nor baa been one of our lending archi tects and contractors. Me ia survived by three children. Miosis. Junto and (ieorge Smith. Jr., and daughter. Mia KHan Smith, all of this city. His wife having preceded him to the gravo about IS months ago. Short funeral services were eon- ducted at the house wot Monday by lev. E. M. Bourlaad. n wted by hVv. trice Smith, after which Interment followed in the followed in the Lancaster cemetery. Ijwt Saturday night it. Judge L. L. membership .lint Walker lutd Trof. INul Heyd. wro named to draw up the ruuetlluaiou .in. h laws and i sweet Mt it nVt A motion Vas made and inn t ng all uU mrrini that, not Krw, liv.iuI. of each It mm he inelnd--I I ami solicited M MiiWn of this .lull has lamg needed eemv . r. mi organisation and tt ia to bo Imped that the present one will have I mp dearly sapssiirt of the rrliaews f i hi town and community and that I bt I.t...tr v.t t i . H r'i M the iwabm may be re--I nttt meeting night. Tobacco Market To Close This Week. At h meeting ( Uie Hoard of Trad it waa do- i to tho tobacco market ..: On. place. Friday. March 2Stk ..ti I mi this day tit laat Ml will nt i r .t Ttwrt will ho a at aoth Tlaccu ! !'. Garrard and limit! bona. Kji in your tohacro if you nport i' vr in on tha mark! thi lirmr. a must of thr markota thnt ..ut thr (tat will flow on lata data. al Joe Robinson For Senator. (Panvtll .MeaaoHiivr.) Hiticr Senator Jay V. Harlan, of Danville, hat aMHauRced that h will nut be a roadMate far from tW dMrict. of I.inewln, lloyle. (iorrnrtl nnl Caey ewuntuw ,tke frietuU of Han. Joe Kuliltfi, of ure uivint; him ta make, the race. While .Mr. KoIidmoh ha tnaile no itatemcnt In regard to the matter, hi frieml expect him to run for the elTlre. Mr. ItotiiiiMin it a viilr4y known lawyer, farmer and wlitor, nml w popular all over the tlUtrict. He qualidisl in every way for the olTlce, time to nml as thli i (larrnrrt'n name a cnmlhlate, Mr. Itubituon uliould be Ktven the place without He oppotitton by the Democrat. is a member of the ?tute Central Democratic Committee ami takes nn active Interest in the welfare of hit party and of hi Slate. State Senator which is cofliol jnrttr, Swinebroad Sale. President merely declaring thnt an extraordinary occasion required that Congress convene "to receive such communications as may be made by the executive." Mr, Harding already ha Indicated, however, that the tariff and taxation will be foremost in his message to the special session. He Is expected to make a special pica for prompt relief to the nation' agricultural say nonu were seriously hurt. The Cup;" Friday evening, "His Moth-er;- " interests, and the list of tho recomevening, "I'ilate'a mendations may touch many other Saturday machine was wrecked and the harness of the horse broken in a few Wife;" and Sunday morning, "Alive subject such as the railway situaThe public Is earnestly tion the merchant marine and places. AH claimed the accident to God." Invited to attend the services. was unavoidable. H. Swinebroad will have Mr. ( ieron-all- y n public Mile of tome of hi next Tueday, March li'Jth. A choice line of farmlni; implements will be sold for the hik'h dollar, and Week-enFaster Services are in at he "always sells" you may expect process at the Christian Church. u barKain if you are on the grounds. They bei;an Wednesday evenini;. Head the advertisement In this issue. The services bejrin at 7:30. Miss Lettie llutita of HarrodsburK is lending the choir and slncing a Mr, Ceo, Dlshon of this county and solo at every service. Miss Ilonta Faulkner Dishon, of Lincoln, hail n has had special voice culture In Chi-iu'- o and was on the lted path rather unusual experience last Friday near Halls Gap In Lincoln coun Lyceum Course for several seasons. ty. Driving out this road from Stan She Is a young woman of fine perford, they were run Into by a man sonality and has a splendid voice. on a motorcycle, the machine strik- The people are enjoying her very ing midway between the horse and much. the minister, is Mr. Ilourland, the occupants, who were in a long abaft curt. The horse, men and doing the preaching. His subjects motorcycle wrro all entangled In the for the remainder of the week are middle of the road, und stranue to as follows: Thursday evening, "The ChriattM churvh wWa IA year boon a splendid nsosaher of that and renststont rhurrh. U waa aocrotary of Use Sunday school hore a ad waa a moot active and otflcimit ,oa. and waa (ores est in church work of all kind. K waa a aWsuor to the Stanford school and waa always at the head of bis c lasers. Me was an eaco. tionaily bright boy. tioan in every way and aa aoiiahod a youaor ontl-me- n He was pooular as ever lived. with yofMaj and old aad hb) death eausw universal sorrow. Rev. A. W. Fortune, of Lcaiaerton, a elooe friMns of the family, will rouduci m in funeral servu-ethe &m NuaTmlo BpHmt temetcry at 3 o'clock tonuarrow. U'edweeday afternoon, af-'wMth ail that ia mortal of the splendid boy will bo bud away to await the rmurrectiun morn. Stanford loooa oar of ita very boot young men in the death of Mr. Rtuaelten. and many a hoart ia oaddonod by hia null koaiers will be Tun aasntnai the follow ma yonmt friends: Unto, Legion News Noasley. Powoll wood Withers, The nest regular meeting of this James Rauanman, Monry Bauvhman. Woods liovor. and MrKinley Nevius. Post will ha hold TL'RSDAY NIGHT. April 5th. at the 1. O. O. F. J (all at 7:4.1 I. M. We will have wjth m Mr. Wm. A. Kobinaon. who is the On Thursday morninc. March 17, State Nepruaentntiva of the llnrvau IfSt. the shadowy Angot of Deuth War Kik Inaurnnrc. He will toll home of Mr. Sidney War- - the vtsnd the nen of the mnny moth and bore to her heavenly borne, privileges under thu liureau. At the loved wife and mother, iUisabeth this same meeting will be a meeting (Mias laiaabrth Tumor) aud sixty of the Woman AusiUary The year and two month and 22 day. president of this ontaniaatina. Mn. She wst a patient MilTer, reawaod Jt It. Kinnaird Is very desirous that Ut the will of the lird, ready and the Mather. Wive nnd Sister of wiliinc to ku. Her Inst word were the l.ogionalre be present. m prayer tbnt her loved oni should meet her in (Jlory. She was a de- Lrcion Executives Will Tour Stale vout member of the ChrUUaH church, The Kxecutive Committee af the hnvint confessed her faith at the American Legion Department of enriy ai;e of IS years. A lovely Kentucky will tour the State in u character, a true wife, mother, und !hort time. The gentlemen who friend. will visit mnny posts will be Han. leaves to mourn her loss, her Jno. O. Held, She of Stanford, reprehusband, Mr. Sidney Warmoth, of senting the Klghth District, together Waynesburt;, four daughters, Mrs. with the Dept. Adjutant nnd ComWin. l'rather, of lincnster, Mrs. Ira mander, Messrs. S. S. nnd M. K. Richards ami Mr. Delhi Slalter. of (.moil, we win nave Instructions Kokomo, Iml., Mrs. Sherman lteler, later on as to the time thnt tkiv Indianapolis, Ind., and three sons, will him through Iinenstcr and we Mr. J. C. (Cap.) Warmoth, Holder are very desirous of having them Illinois, Mr, Walter Warmoth, Kovisit m nnd show them what n good komo, Ind., and Mr. James Warmoth post We have here In the Center of of Stanford. the Illue Grass. Funeral services were conducted by her pastor at Mt. Moduli ChrisHARDING tian church nfter which burial took place at the Iincastvr cemetery. The heartfelt sympathy of a host Calls An Session of friends and relatives goes out to the bereaved ones in their loss. APRIL II NAMED AS DATE FOR "lie comforted for she is not dead MEETING. A Friend. but sleepeth." old and had time a tr tinued without interruption. Thank to the favors of the local weather man. About SO to S5 men have been out far practice eneh afternoon, and several of these have already begun to show that they ean deliver the KMHti and all have given preef that they will make the nine er else give the lucky fellow the tight of hi life. Ilefore the season opened thorn was some doubt about lottery rna- -l terial and it wns mi id openly that we were hopelessly weak there, ilutj IPVv. a week's time has been sufficient to Thr tobacco wsn stmt to the Home allay many of' those doubts. The right kind of material for each Warehouse by Mr. Kincaid and again sold over its Moors. The check for place on the nine i out on the diatMa tobacco were given by .Mr. Kin-- ! mond every day nnd is developing raid and the throe ftrU check were I splendidly in practice. paid by the defendnnta, but the I Kvery II. S. pupil remember what fourth check amounting to about' the foot ball team did and the same $10,0041 was rfusid payment by, degree of snecee if possible for them them and a a result the check waa thrs spring. They are but to work and win. proteMel. Kincaid claimed that th Home Tobacco Warehouse author!-- ' Their new suit are bare and nre ed hiri to buy tobacco on 'be Moors dandle and they are enter to chrisof this house and hi check would ten them with a nice victory on April be paid. The t Home House denied Pools' Day. The foNowing i schedules for the thnt they had green Kincaid unlimited credit and refueed to pay any Loenl Nine: April 1 Tbwdkeld School Here more check, but failed to notify either Kincaid er the Garrard Tobac- April IS Madison II. School Hero April Throlhold School There. co Warehouse. The plaintin's took the ground thnt Apr. M Mudieon II 4 School There. the defendant were liable for the May IS Richmond Model School amount of all the checks and the There Jury so decided. The amount asked May T Richmond Model Schot.'. Here. for nnd rendered them by the e Com on High School: dWereuce in too price thnt Tho whole community kfirws the Veed wan bought for and after old at. The Jury was unanimous what you did last fall and 'hey beIn its verdict. It is understood the lieve in yon rtroug! The will ai be out to see you start tho sensor ensu will be appealed. on on the right foot, too. A suit of unusual interest and one that was fought out by the best legal talent f this city and Itlebmoml, wns concluded in th Circuit court here yeterday, when the Jury returned u verdict in favor sf the Gnr-rnrTobacco Warehouse Confpuny for the mm of 17,3ft 1. 10 against the Home Tobacco Warehouse Company af Richmond, Ky. The uit grew out of the mircbnue af tubarro by W. I'. Klneuid en the Moor of the Garrard Tobacco Warehouse during the senou af IV lit and d Boy (Louiville P(Mt) Wible L. Mnpother who wns elected president of the I.Aulsvtile ami Nashville Itnllraoil Company to succeed Mitten II. Smith, who died Pen. 22, in e.xpeeted to return from Ncw York in n few dnys nml assume thu reins of the system. Mr. Mapothrr is a practical railroad mun and despite the fact he has had thirty-thre- e yours experience with the road he now bends be U one of the youngest trnnspartntion rhivfs in the country, being 40 years old now. On October 17, 1SSS, Mr. Mapother. then a lad af 10, entered it messthe employ of the read enger boy, but from the first he snowed a keen interest in the com- tt Jury-wnsltb- I.e.-.-go- f pany's alfalr. A year later found young Mapoth-e- r in the exnfUtive department by .Mr. Smith. J. T. Hara-baa present-da- y wisard of traffic, was secretary at that time and Norton wns president. Hoth Messrs. Harahan nnd Norton took nn irhervwt tn young Mnpother and helped him along. As time went on yaung Mapether became more and more n part af the tem, and inl'.i&5, at tho wish of Mr. Smith. Mr.'Mapother was elected first vice presfckmt, holding that office until July 7, 1V18, when ho wn auoointud Federal manager of the Iuisrille ft Nashville and the Iub-villHenderson A St. Louis eon-trollKck-Memil-roa- in e. by William G. McAdoo, Soexut-ar- y HOT CLUE Identity of Manse Burglary Known. A Clover and Timelhy, Kentucky liliir Grass, Orchard Gran, Broom Cane Serd, Alfalfa, Rape Seed and While Swerl Clover. Hudien Si Farnau. warrant has been loaned for the wh m it is American arrest of a certain putty, Warmoth. Extra Christian Church Notes d Wnhlngton, March 1!2 A formal call for an extra session of Congress, to meet April 11, and receive legislative recommendations from the new Administration wns Issued today by President Harding None of the specific problems to be laid before the legislative branch were named in the proclamation, the Narrow Escape believed robbed the store of IhI-for- d and Itnnwoy at Manse last Saturday night and the parties will Now Biggest In World. probably be taken in charge in a day or so. 732,000 In RrEuUr Force) U. S. The store wsi entered through a Army Is Reduced To 175,000. $200.04) bark window and about worth of merchandise taken, beside Following closely the action of the about 185.00 in cash which was ex House nnd Senate in overriding trnctod from the money drawer. President Wilson's veto of the Joint rosoultion ordering n suspension of Exchange. recruiting until the number of men Good Kalcr Hat for !le Satur- in the United States Army has been day ut Hall's Grocery, by the ladies redueed to 175,000, Secretary of of the Knptist church. Prices right! War Ilaker sent to Congress 11 state (iive us a cull. ment of the comparative strengths of the armies of other nations. Secretary Raker's figures show that New France has the greatest standing A handsome new soda fountain is army in the world but that Italy, drug In McKoberts being installed counting it active nnd reserve forces store this week nnd will be open for is the world's leading military powIt Is direct business tomorrow. er. k from the firm of the Hlshop France has 732.000 men in its reCompany and is said to be the gular force, consisting of conscriptthing in a modern and sanitary lust ed French nnd Colonial troops and fountaia. 1..1CO.0OO in the reserve the figures Italy has 350,000 regu indicated. New lars and 1,027,000 reserves, the first Messrs. Leslie Herndon and Wm. line reserves numbering 3,000,000 Jones, two former Lancaster citi mobile militiamen. Other figures in zens, after spending live yenn nt the Secretary's report were: Akron, Ohio, have returned to Japan: Regular army, 273,000: and have opened up u tube first reserve, 522,000; second rennd tire shop .where they jtre pre- serve, 007,000; national army (bepared to do all vulcanizing and such tween the nes of 37 nnd 40) repairs as may be necessary. Give with 200,000 men enrolled for them n call. They guarantee their replacements. work and m say in an advertisement Great Rritinn: White troops, 205,-00thnt appears in this Issue. native and colonial troops, 130,-00territorials, 203,000. Germany: 150,000, with 85,000 The Jury in the case of the Com- armed police nnd 500,000 additional monwealth against Luther Herron emergency volunteers. The German for the killing of Robert Strange, nrmy must be reduced to 50,000 rendered n verdict of not guilty in men under the Treaty of Versailles. the circuit court here last Saturday, Money after n consultation of less than one hour. The Farm Loan Association Is reSome trouble was had in securing presented in this county by G. 11. a Jury as many formed and express- Swinebroad and through him loans ed an opinion in the case, thus dis- can be negotiated from the Federal qualifying them as Jurors. About Land Hank. Any farmer desiring three hundred were summoned from such loan should consult Mr. Swinevarious sections of the county before broad at once. u competent Jury was found. lt-p- FRANCE'S STANDING jARMY of the Treasury. .Mr. MnMthur revertod buck tn ttto vice presidency after the dissolution of the United State liairwuy and soon , nfter ho wns named chief executive offteor sf the infirm condition of Mr. Smith. Horn in lrfMikville, Soutomber 2S 1872. Mr. Mapother is tho n af D. II. Mapother and Mary Cruise. He attendud the graded schools here, and began his btninoss eereer at tho age of 10. Mr. Mnpother married Mia Amelia Porter, of Anchorage. They nave anc laughter. Mrs. Leonard Sirater. se Adm-istratio- n, BILLY SUNDAY Awakening Cincinnati. Some High Lights Taken From The Evangelist's Sermons. (Hilly Sundny at Cincinnati.) You cannot raise the standard of morals by raising the scale of wages; you've got to go higher than the pay envelope to find out the cause of vice nnd virtue nnd It's in the . hearts of men and women. Some people are so darned stingy thnt they never give away 10 cents that they don't sing, "God Be With You Till Wc Meet Again." I have met people so contemptibly Fountain. Hab-coc- Firm. 0; 0; Herron Acquitted. For Farmers. stingy that they talked through, their nose to keep from wearing their false teeth out. They'd teal a fly from a blind spider. An nngel of Heaven could not come to Cincinnati and live two weeks and loaf with the people you loaf with and then return to heaven without first being disinfected and fumigated and given n bath in lysol and carbolic acid. A man said to me: "It was a mighty little thing to drive Adam and F.vn out of the Garden of F.den because they ate an apple." God didn't give n rap about the apple. It was the principle. Come on, you forces of Iniquity. I defy every one of you traducers; come on, you triplu extract of infamy; come on, you assassins of chatactcr; comu on, you sponsors of harlotry; come on, you defarmers of God and enemies of the church; come on, you bull-necke- d beetle-browed, peanut brained, weasel-eye- d false alarms and excess baggage. In the name of God, I challenge and defy s, you. Card Of Thanks. We are deeply grateful to the many friends nnd neighbor who wero so kind and thoughtful In ex- Body Delayed. Baptist Church Notes Sunday being Faster, and also the annual Missionary day in Ilaptist Sunday Schools, a special program has been arranged for the local Baptist church, beginning promptly at The program consist 10 o'clock. of songs, recitations and readings by the young people, followed by a talk from the pastor on "The Message of The Flowers." tending their help and sympathy, during the illness and after the death of our beloved boy, the loss of wKom has crushed us with deep sorrow. Mr. and Mrs. John Adams. The body of Jesse Calico that should have reached Paint Lick last Tuesday, has been delayed on the road some where nnd the family have been unable to locate it- - It was nt first thought it was in Louisville, where 02 bodies of Kentucky boy were brought last Tuesday, but the bolly of young Calico was not among them. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Men 24, 1921 ft 50 good ci jareties for 10c from one sack of CoM well are In school again after having "mump. Mis.Mattle Ftelle White was a uclcomV visitor to our school room Msimlny Miss McfSlII still works and worries over her beautiful curly locks. Miss Klsle Uoop Is Vapidly "climb-it- . it" the ladder n she can now give the princltxil parts of the regular Uncle Walt's Ci ororv-r. - ! SEE ADVANTAGES IN CO-OPERAT- ION ! Most Effective Organizations Found Where Farmers Were .lOMWltLiniiimh: , " LixinaTon.R.r.1. crb. WAS feeling bud this nflernno ntul SIk Pollvwog heanl ntx.i It ntul brought me over some rhlrkrn evening. hrolh," niiliiiin(i I lie Inn'dlailjr. "I Mr. Carl Rrwii. tku Jtyiltor, is thoimht It was very kind of her. Such 't tetlay,ns he drew consldernte notions convince us Hint sporting " his salary Friday.. tiiimnn nature Is y Drawn Together. NOTHING FOR NOTHING I Misses FSWsa'ieth Oopn. Iva Lucille lnvs, KUie Uoop, Mr. Mr. Itert K. Kichnrd DhvIi ami Want motorel to Richmond Sntur-ilaLed-for- d, (tT MANY OBSTACLES OVERCOME GENUINE "' That Principles Are Fundamentally, 'Sound and Practical Is Provtn by 14,000 BULL DURHAM TOBACCO PAINT LICK 7ih. AND 8lh. GRADE SCHOOL NOTES ! or More Successful cletles Now Working. So. HENRY CLAY 'Grin, and Groan, "Mtss Seett, we have to take up a collection." Miss Scott "Why so?" Millard"To get Jake a hair cut " .Millnnl Mis Scott "1 wonder wliy Mary anil Celcstla are absent today," Tom "Why, can't you see. it's raining and they are afraid they will all right." hoarder. CihmI "They don't convince me. In miy grrat extent," oIk Jrrted thtr star "No-Ixtd- y ever docs deed n with- out ger. exieetlng n reward. Mr. JigIn highly books lu- melt." moral young, people tin "Say Tom, why does Miss Robert (Delayed.) such thing's but Scott look so drowsy today?" never hi real life. Ml Ituth Ross was nbscnt teday Tom "ltccause last night was Mr.. Pollywog will he over tomorrow (Monday)( as she accompanied her Sunday night; you know." tu iMirrow your fountain en or your mothi'r to the train on her journey Miss Scott "Why wasn't Herbert tortotseshell etiinb, or perhaps she will to Colorado fn search for better vlltlng for n days, ntul the health. We hope Mr. Ross will Im- here to build the fire this morning?" eotneof eutertninlng few would buy nev cost her "He waited In Paint eral barrels of rhlrkiti broth. Millard prove rapidly and will goon return Lick to walk to school with ((ioldie) to I'nint Lick. "I hnte to have uti)biHly do tne a Mr. Donald Patrick and Mr. Geo. Locks." kindness, knowing I'll he tit return the favor with Interest In one way or another. When I wns n mere luiy "'J- eyes wen- to the fart that kind actfons an- - a delusion nnd a snare. Next door to u then llveil an old ilame named Mr. Crimp. One day she. mint over to our Iiiiiikk with a pair of woolen socks she had knitted for tne. I siipiHtv mi iually gml Kilr could have Ixvn bought at the trHile palace fop ltftos-t- i and I wasn't overwhelmed with Joy. My mother, who, with nil her splendid lunllttiK, was an eaiy mark, and to tlnd guHl In everything nnd THE CAR eerjlnMl-- , wns enthusiastic oer Mr. Crimp's generosity. TJie simplicity of the Ford ar, its stability "Hut even In my Infant jear I wns in construction, the famous heat treated gifted with tin- - wivloni of the serjnt, Vanadium steel with its marvelous strength and I felt from the find that there was and flexibility, the lowcost of operation and some matetoletit srheme In the te nil ed for the , exj-ectr- - oh-ihi- I out, UNIVERSAL s eratlve nil exrlmneii runs up Into the hundreds of millions no-liitloii- The nrce or failure of n farm depends nlmoit entirely iimhi the nuilts ohtnlned In IliarkiHllig the prHlllcts uriiwu. KxiMTlenci has proved thin the fanner who to market or bis pnxlurts throiiiih who attempts to ship nnd market them In some very distant market l ImImit lug under n great dl'tidvntitngr Mr nnd Mrs Harris Teater enter LOYD. Marketing Is a funrtlin tamed Misses llcrtic, Josephine and and l realty the mot lerlou (iroldetii (Delayed.) Ova J Taylor, Gladys Snyder, Mr roiifniutlng the furmer today, and the Mr, mid Mrs. t'leo Huy were the and Mrs. William Hay recently. rnnk nud tile of fsnuers nre not to erfonn this service for guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. HarMiss Montie Itay rntrrtalnrd Ml I theniM'lves In it sallsfnrtory manner. ris Teater. Maud Clark, Misses I.ucy and (Irate Many dlllhtillles In marDntley, of (lUiss Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kay nnd fam- Long, Miss Itert keting farm crop hnve been Clyde ily were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ar: Chapel, Memrs. Stmpn, through the orgaultntlon and Jesse I'reston, Cecil Walker,. A run Metralf Saturday night. oH'rjtlon of fsrmers' mnrketlng noclntlon MHrnitlve Mnster Alton Itay was a vMtor nice time was reported. marketing has the experlmeli- - of Mr. mid Mrs. Car I lVmlleten and was a little potato Stmic one - or more ex tal stage, and the 1 Mr .,.dlrt.ti Monday night, hungry Saturday night when tJeey In nmples of iirrtful orgniiltntton (,rBnt Satuler and Mrs. S. went Into Harris Tenter and Jlmmt opTtttliHi In this rotiutry offer hi- antlers, .viim .Mincy Aanders and Hyatt's (Mtatses and left very few. live priNf that Uie prUirlple of are fundamental- - James Sanders spent Sunday with Kvery one hopes they rat enugli t oloTntive y sound biiiI prm llrnl. Mr. and Mrs. William Ilay make them sick good. Work of Organization. The most siireesiful or gntillHtloHs routine their efforts to the nii.iii inn, mm hviiiik i ii iiiiiii -- "' rtfillfil pnliiet. such as citrus fruits, apple. Mnrlie-- . xfnto. tueloiii, Ismltry and egc, dalrj- pnslurts, live tock. tolnrro a hi) grains Tn growth of mar ketlng ortlsltles In this roHiitr)' I ThnpH lllHtrnteil by the fart f limitless that the aggregate voluu medino ihne In a single jenr thnmch iiixb-rinke- s culpil over-rom- e ni i ,;,,, i -- - l Your Prescriptions I e Be Very Careful Who Fills Them ln-- it , ro-o- Take bark-groun- d. maintenance, its case in operation, all have made the Ford car the great favorite in every land in the" world. It's the one car that always satisfies and serves. A utility beyond question that all can afford. We will be pleased to have jour order. Don't delay because the demand Vc havc almost everyis heavy all the time. thing in motor car accessories, sell the genuine Ford Parts, and assure the best in mechanical repair work. Haselden Bros Garage. not interested in any car execp. Ford A very charming and discerning I Over In Sweden locomotives aro lady remarked the other day that I burning peat successfully. In thtsf the good husbands are not all deadj country they "burn up the rails" yet. And every benedict In this and occasionally the passengers. town enthusiastically agrees with' her. We made n lot of noise until the government brought the boys back In a moment of mental aberration from France. Hut once here they ( started in to peruse the society) were soon forgotten. Uncle doesn't' columns of a big "city newspaper, in! nced'em any more. hopes of finding something more) Imrrowng than our thoughts. Wei In these days we have correspondfou ml it. That birdess of n re-- ( ence school for nbout every indus-Tllar itifitflmnm porter portrayed every chromo in . t,,j ..v..... tu death. sklrU in the social register ns an your opportunity, young man. Hang, angel of beauty, a goddess of virtue, out your shingle, retain Cupid chief. "Jim Hlgginbottom wait an especial simply wouldn't and u paragon of intelligence. All instructor, nnil watch ciri llocK to lulsmiee. That man ;o nwny an long as there was an I you. which, you know, Is quite which. of lie said bis for staying. wouldn't nllow him tu forxiko g ef-frr- t, "The scheme was soon develo-il- . Mrs. Crimp had many chores to do, and she hnted to d" them hero-lf- . Thero wa wood to he carried Into the house, uud the row to - taken rare of. and u hundred other uuprolltahle tniks. Kvery time I'd meet her she'd y. "Well, my sweet little Iniy, with our golden ringlets and sunny smile, how do you like the socks I made you? If jou uiily knew how I worked, so you would have the best socks in town! And that reminds me of a little errand I wish you would do for me. Co to Mr. Jinks, who lite seven miles north, nnil m4i him to let you have his saw. so you can cut some kindling for mo tomorrow." "First and last, Mrs. Jigger. I put In Jl,( worth of manual labor for that woman and my youth was poisoned, and ray manhood embittered by It. t micht have forgiven everything had the socks Imtii good ones, hut they were atrocious. The heel nlwnyi worked around to my Insteps and the tops worked down over my shorn. "It has been that way all my life. When a man Insist upon doing mo a kindness I look upon him with suspicion. Wheu I was laid up in my room with it broken leg two or thre tears ago, I had an excellent time. The leg hurt only at Interval, and I had plenty of novels to rend, mid nothing to worry over, and I would Imve enjoyed myself splendidly hut for tiresome philanthropists who wero determined to sit by my edslde nnd ;herr tne up. I didn't nesl any jlieer-!nup, and I tried to convince them Hint their visits had the opposite but they wouldn't take u hint, lliey sat by my couch of suffering nnd .old Idiotic stories, and liored me t- of dollnrs. by The handling of funti rro sreups of farmer llirmuli rentral ns. n'latloiis and exchanges offers many advantages, such as the Improvement nnd standardisation of grading and of re. lin king; the obtalnlitg and liable croji and market lliformntlon ; the Intelligent development of penna- tient markets; the effecting of savings chances when 'administering cine to the sick. Sec that your prescription is compounded by A ! REGISTERED sf PHARMACIST T Come to I ( I ilr MGRoberts Drug Store BOURNE (Drlavrd ) J I I an iruir, tturriette S. II. Speake buying 14 head nf cattle at $3S per lira. i and I. K Speake buying 1 1 hen I at $25 per head. Miss Ida Speake was the guest of Miss l,ou Kila Doolm Saturday night. It Is fortunate that virtue u rt Mr, and Mrs. Hamlitt Jennings own reward, for in these days that and children were in Nicholasville h ubuut the only reward it recelvos. Saturday shopping. and Mr and Mrs. Willie Hicks baby were visitors of relatives in Point I.evell last week. Miss Christine Spoake is able to be in school again after several weeks' absence on account of sicka When a beautiful yeung whw announces her engagement she promptly loses both her youth an4 her beauty in the eyes of the alse. rans. Hut it's the way of the workl, and the world has its own way. When we read uf a great csmvI ex-cu- ie $15.00 To Mack Pat Ulack lie bedside f H suffering friend. At that time I carried some nccldrtit and w hen my check came J Ira wirrowed half of It. mid nfter h got .he money he never worried over my He Is 1G hands hk'h. black with white face, 0 years old eg any more. And ho never returned my of the money. I don't blume him and a natural walking horse. Tor that, for I nmke It a rule never to He will make the season of 1921 at my barn at Hyatts- - vtuni borrowed money, but I can't vlllc at aslly forgive him for boring me so nany hour, when I wanted to b eudlug.H BLACK PAT Is Insure a Living Colt. King and he by Stonewall Jackson. 1st. dam by Stonewall illlal" told mo. idr, to uso dispatch la "Vou Jackson, Jr., 2nd. dam by Old Stonewall, Jackson, Hlack Pat's Jiut corresiHMidence. k I wired all the 2nd., dam Old Pat Denmark, Ilrd. dam, Old Drennon, 'lth. dam, etters." Old' Copper Ilottom. Will also at the sume time and place stand my fine All Have Obligations, young Jack, Cvery cltlzeu has obligations In the to a few mares ountry. $10.00 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT. A Pretty Qood Method. Lien retained on all colts for tho season money. Care taken to prevent accidents, but not responsible should any "Why do you encourage your boy to . tend his vera tu thttnailnesT Do occur. Pat's first dam by Silver King, sired by Joe Karris' Silver sired by Walking Pat, he by Jesse Cobb, Obeyed Orders. "How Is It I huvo such big telegraph John Sunday at omuignlty In which bo lives, Wheth r a man Is prominent or not be la txpected to do his purl In helping trlug about normal conditions In this J. C. Qastineau: "No, rou wsnt hlni to b a uerely wsnt him to get tha coocstlt tuocked out uf btm, that's aU." potr W. Thompson had the mis- company paying a rash dividend of fortune last week to fall and injure 140 per cent we wander that mottW' A Curb Market In Full herself, but we are hpufut that the nature supply us witli doesn't Operation. perpetual summer. Hut, then, along will not prove serious. injuries would remit the man, and efc, through the collective sate of farm Misses Hemice Montgomery, l.ou shucks! products ond purchase of f.ino sup- Klla Deolin ami Messrs. Hamilton plies; the proer financing of nil ac- Montgomery and Herbert I)uHh The irevcrNment has Just dltsVs tivities. Inrlmllng the building of guest uf Mmm eresl a new poison gas that is rnpaWe warehouses, the preparation of crops were Friday evening of destroying an entire nrmy in a for market, mid their movement to the Lucille Hulfman. few minutes. With our approved A number from this plan attend markets; and the employment of trained and efficient business and ed County Court day in Stanford initdods of secrecy it is presumed sales (iiannEeinrnL. Among those were S. II that every country in Kurope has the Monday An organization fonnded on dire nnd I.. H. Speake, Tom Hicks and forirWa by thitime purpe has need with a the best chances of success. Partner who are sail, tied with the resultl obtained without an organization do not fed n mill for an association. Necessity for an organization may nrle from the lark of marketing facilities. r from ilntlfnctlm with existing ngencles. When n mar ketlng association Is under ronldeni-tloIt Is advlsalde to hnve n pre llmlnary survey Tnnde by rotniH-teu- t local Msiple or by exiH'rlennsI rmi-erntlvorganization socialists from or the United Stntes Depariineut of Acrl money if you FARM us nilturc whose advice and service are nvallnble iihii riiuest. In tank PRODUCE. lug surh it survey can should he taken to ascertain the need for mi organization, the attitude of the farmers in We buy ward surh nil undertaking, nnd the Hp deelopment of business proximate TalEgg's, . nvalluhle. Manager Is Keystone. etc. The maiiaifcr Is the keystone of the organization, Ills selection Is of the In We pay utmost Import nine. He should I x perleneed In marketing the line of products Intrusted to his rare; he should possess tart and Judgment, and be honest and above suspicion. The success nf the organizahis nblllty tu meet tion depends this members and the trade with which the organization deals, and to retain their confidence; Ho should possess COMPANY. the proper ipullflcuilons fur the jh). Hum ; htr should be given brum powers R. L. HAGAN, Mjfr. and the hearty support of the memSTANFORD ST., In his work, together with a salLANCASTER. KY. bers ary that will attract ability and he cAurimiisurute with the services of him. ness. Mrs. ( ie You our Can Get a Bunch your bring everything including. Poultry, low, the produce line, Butter, Hides, cash. the highest market price g'd utn Harroiskg Ice & Produce The Central Record. Lancastei , Ky., Thursday Mch 24, 92 1 1 Quit The Lancaster Building & Loan '- Laxatim,' Try NR Tomorrow Feel Right Pur-git- ; ASSOCIATION. hwfttUl NR TonlfiM Takes Mortage Loans from lt member on weekly or monthly Installments. Own n homo paid for out of rent money by being nn Investor In the Lancaster Building anil Loan Association. If not n borrower anil want n sarins account Invest your weekly or monthly savings. Your savings will soon be large enoush to draw Interest. J. K, KOBINSO.V, President Wm. S. HOI'l'KK. Sec't. & Tres. Sell your Tobacco on the Lancaster Market. POOR RIDGE. 'h Mis Agnes Kay spent aretnillsliFl "U will imt have to tnkn .All rx inauinal Nit tnrll-night with Mis Alice Kay. rvrrv il In f.nill-ataMil wl'l Mi it with vu mn spent the week-enfrrl yi ur Mr. Luicndn Preston spent SunTr Nsturt'i nmdy f.lt Tul.l-Lucille Hulfmnn. Ml day with Mrs. It. II. Preston. l nml lr mi Hi ) t' r l.f ln.wl ,t" li e nr.il rout " OlivHi Preston wn the guest Mt Kev. Holder of I'leaiint (Jrove mnlli J. f'S' "n c 'iuh 11 .nly of Mrs. Ike Duncan Sunday night. Mnt from Saturday until Sundny l.nt twrnlj' a. - ': r Nature's Mm. I marnrtretl tdy (Mt Tal.lat. rennnlnrntl J Is 1 Jr druggist. 43 per crnl Protein Col I on Seed ttwh Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Dean. McROBERTS DRUG STORE. Meal for .ale. Iluilion It Farnau. Mr. M. L. Montgomery bought a frw days bunrh of rattle at Stan ford Court Mb Vclmn Hill spi'nt recently with Mr. and Mrs. Kdd day at 74 cent per pound. Maherley. Obrlitk I'lour It 111 best flour al Httjah MrMMsnn and any price. Try a sack today. Mr! and Mrs. Iludion and Parnau. spent the day .Sunday with Mr. John Itny and faintly Mr. and Mr. Arbor Lee and chilMr. Kdd Moberley and baby, Mr dren were the gueU of her sister, VMa Mae HIM spent Tuesday with Mr. ami Mr. OHie Lane ami faintly Saturday night and Sunday Mrs. K. II. Preston. Legion News Ms Helen Olll ami Joyce Syler ' Snyder and children Mr. Prostwi nrtd Mm. HIU Maker spent Sndy af IaHter, neemHinleil by Mr. It A gam f fort fuur of the evening with Mr. V. Whittakor. I., darker of tb (dare attnded ser- American Legion and mnet) three vice at thU ptose Saturday aftertviiu of it Wimien's Auxiliary wn Agnos noon. Mr. Dan Kay and Mt mule during th week ending March Stwipsen spent one day reesmtly with Mr. and Mr. Wesley ThMwitri tilth. .MkSMHiri DertMent af tho Mr Speed Sherrow at Mt. Hebron. and cfcMdren of Iluerm 'rUt, attend-e- l Legion led with Ave post chartered Mae Mls.n Ida K. ami Peachle nvrvice here Sunday ami were ami .Maachtt and Kiinon Hurt ami !.awrenre Whittaker spent the gmst af Mr. and Mrs. M. I. twelve and elven new unit, delightful day with Mi (ilody Montgomery. a rmpMtlvely, of the Auxiliary. There Snyder Sunday. Mr. Krnest Montgomery wdd a are now OJt72 Legion mW and Mss.es Ida K. and Poarbie Mae bunch af haU at 111 ets. unit of the Woman's Auxili- pound Hurt and MW (Jlndy Snyder were for April ibdivery. He hI a ary. shl Architect from all part of thu4 the gunsl of Mrs lot af corn at IJ.HO per 144. t difnight. country will be invited to submit deSaturday ferent parties. sign and dan for the $16,000,000 Mr. and Mr. Hamlot Jetining en- Indiana War Memorial building, MT. IIKHROX tertained Sundny Mr .and Mrs. Hen which will house National HeadJennings of U'llmore, Kev. Manly, Legion. Mttle Lucille Jackson i on the I'rof (rtss Ilrown. Mr. and Mr I quarter of the American A fund of 1100,000 was granted by srk IM. Irvin Dean and Mr. and Mr. Kd the Indiana legislature for prile and l.aura Duncan is ill with Urnw and daughter, Felds. Ml expenses of the contest The Natpneumeina. ional Institution of Architecture will Mis Westover V'sited the school Rubles of Various Colors. determine the winner of the first I AIU10111.-Ii ri.' nre usually here Thursday an. I Vr l 'r Vze of tr.0,000 !li v .1 X nnd purple one. W (m lini Mis Martha Anderson who has there are Jr National d been sick for some time is improving. MrW '.ehlii Onstott, who Ma iuitc Sunday sick last week is able to be out again. Mis Addle Mae Marsec of It I a tnlslake ntntlnnallr "I'" ynumelf with laatlv ltl, rtilomrl, (til. imrsra nnl rathflrtle nml fnrre tmr aitlon It weaken Hie IniwrU unit llvrr am! make ilnnlns? Im iwmi Why iltin't you l.eln rlM tolay to ovrmimo your crwtitl"ii nml art your system In such shape, that ilally liuramr will m unnermMryT You ran 1I0 an If V"U art a JSe Nil of Nsturt's nemtdir (Mt TaMrtu) nnl lake on rnih nisht f r n week or so. Nit TnMi-- i ill 1n11.l1 inure than merely raiiK ra.ant wy Uiwrl mull, in arta Ufi thn ThI fll - HimltMillte urann itlKMllte a illir-litho rintii"lr- roil In K't Hi" nourishment (mill all eat k1'" "U a sroo"!, th hwirlir nflxlilr lrrnj!ihrnii thn lltrr. eun-slam n- tl lioMtl a. Hon Unly a Ihor.iiidi rrr'mn fl hill, rrculalr kelny ni't Ritn Ilia wlxifo ilmininK out. ThH Ur til I nl tr 1 t- Commander of the American Legion, ha ordered the Kansas Department of that organization to make a thorough Investlgtlon of the recent outrage at Great llend, Ken., In which two organization of the Nonpartisan League rre tarred and feathered. Although the mob of resident of that vicinity Included n men, there was number of nn organized support from Legion posts, according t press correspondents. Colonel (ialhraith nrdcrud all Legion pusta to refrain from interference with the political nctlvi-ti- e of the Nonpartisan League several months ago. The increased cost of railroad fare will not trouble the member of .Superior, Wis. pot of the American Legion, who will attend the next Legion stole convention nt Kau Claire in box .car. "We traveled Krance in side door Pullman and we believe that we prefer the Yankee type of box enr to riding the velvet at present prlees," the Leglenalrc said. The Califarnia Department of the American Legion has received cple of a resolution adopted ly the Central I.alwr Council, San Ilernnrdino, ' 11 .TS American pts -- Vh4t-tak- er al , recommending adequate appropriation for the bureau raring .approprifor dtahled veteran ation to build and maintain necessary hospital nnd !n.agv of the lingers Capper 'blll to consolidate the government bureaus dealing with men, as enthe affairs of dorsed by the Legion. Crave of ISO Civil War veterans wilt 1h provided with markers by Kent Voyles Post of the American Legion at Klizabethtown, Im! To rnise funds for the undertaking, the Legionaire will give a banquet of "slum," prepared by former Army rooks belonging te the post. Legion member are also backing a movement to establish a public I'.brnry. post and the American Legion Home Service dwpartmcnt of the Jted Cross in Detroit have consolidated clforts under the niwnc of the Service Men's Ilurcnu, and will cooperate in the work of adjusting claim, hospitalization, education and War HUk insurance for ( Kliza-bethto- to China as fast and distributed to the relief organizations in the famine stricken district; among these being the Red Cross, the Salvation Army ,tho Kock feller Foundation nnd various titrxionary and religious organization. It ix estimated that $20,000,00 yet must be raised to save the great population of northern Chinn from Already .according to starvation. the Kev. V. II. Hill, Louisville pas. tor, who served as a missionary in China, the death rate Is In excess of 1.R00 a day and but for the Ited Cross nml, Salvation nursing unit typhus would have wipped out thou, ands of live. There are live if thee unit in the field fighting typus and should the disease become epidemic in Arril .as feared by the relief workers, there are fifty more units in reserve. The serration of inmlile. the Kev. Mr. Hill says is one of the terrible result of the famine. Whole famuli's arc being wiped out by star vation and the people seem to be in n panic of fear, he sys, aimlessly walk-;- , inir from idaee to nlacc and when too weak to continue further, lie down, by the roadside to die. Those with children plead witt each passer by to take their child to save it from slarvatlon. Thoe natives who take the children force them to grow up in wirse than slavery ,the mi- Is cabled money a collected LUCKY STRIKE cigarette. Flavor is set rtdinfytoistirfl sionnrie say. Thcc pctaons from far olf communities nre taking all the male children they cn find nnd are buying the land of the famine victims nt one tenth of It value In normal times. It is pointed out by the Kev. Mrfllill. THE HERD U If you are In the market or zoi ng tn be toon, for Abderdeen Anius Cattle of outstanding IND IVIDUALITY and of the RICH-- o EST BLOOD LINES, it will be t your interest to visit my herd or correspond with me at one, You can buy th cream of the fashionable families. Many of them have show yard records. One hundred and fifty head in t he herd to select" from. Cow. and lieilrrs heavy in calf to the ser vice of Black Cap Royalty and Ames Plantation Ito. Young bull s of all age. for tale. Prices at reasonable figure.. PHONE 218 A. D. BRAD SHAW, DANVILLE, KY. How To Cook An Old ' peraturc for ench Ham-Vineg- ar, Sugar And Cloves. Many farmers and farmers' wives on farms where hogs are butchered have their own idea about how ham should be cooked to best please the appetite. Here is the way specialists men. ' 1 ri. GOLD FREE AND FISH GLODE mi L a March 31st and April 1st, 2nd. With every oOc purchase of Rexall Goods at our store we .will give an aquarium containing two Gold Fish, seaweeds and pebbles. FREE to you, a most beauti ful and interesting household t ornament requiring very little care. A M. N HH B As you know, the REXALL lin in- eludes :i full list of Toilet articles and everything needed for the medicine cabinet. We mention only a few of the many items on this sale. H H LBP Jonteel Toilet Preparation Talcum Powder Face Powder Cold Cream Manicure Sets. Cherry Bark Cough (TLtT Tsimswr tvj JJ I Syrup Rheumatism Remedy Aromatic Castor Oil Cold Tablets election will be held in Oregon to approve or reject the veteran' state bonus bill, prepared nnd bucked by the Orgeon Department of the American Legion. Aroused byth e greed of landlord the local post of in Sherveport the Amencnn Legion has placed itself on record as opposed not only to the hardship placed uin renters living in homes and occupying office and business buildings owned by rent hog ,but a pledging its nid in seek-n- g a remedy for the evil. Nebraska American members are lmcking nn endownment bill in the state legislature, which provides that the state buy two millions dollars worth of Liberty bonds and use interest thereon for sick and disabled men. The Nebraska' legislature has forwarded a resolution urging the United States Striate to pass the Fordney bonus lull .which is backed by the Legion. Cleaning out cellars and building summer cottages nre examples of temporary Job. which the St. I'aul, Miiin. employment bureau and Auxiliary of the American Legion have obtained for more than six hundred unemployed veterans after an appeal has been made every employer nnd householder In that city. The uverage compensation for temporary employment Is fifty cents an hour. Farmer near the Twin cities nre taking advantage of the opportunity to obtain men as farm hand nnd are paying from ISO n month, with room ml board, upwnrds. Oklahoma boards of county commissioners nre authorized to lease, rent or donte any room In their control for use of the American Legion, according to the term of a. bill pass, ed by the state legislature. More than 1,(500 new members were obtained for the American Legion in Virginia during the last two months in spite of unfavorable agricultural and Industrial conditions. five-fold Wo-me- n' A special of the United States Department of Agriculture do it. These direction are contained in Farmers' Bulletin 118C, "Pork on the Farm-Kil- ling. Curing nnd Canning," just published by the department. Soak several hours, remove all moldjjpd loose pieces, and rinse well. Cover with cold wnter, add two tablespoons of vinegar, f cup brown sugnr, four cloves, anil one Imy leaf,, and heat to boiling. The amount of cloves nndl)ay leaf may be increased ,if desired, especially for larger hams. Keduce the heat to a constant simmer and allow to cook at this tern- one-hal- one-hal- nt the rate of 'JO minutes pound of weight. Kemove from fire, but keep the ham in the liquor in which it was cooked until cold; then remove from the container and allow to drain. Take off the skin, score the fat in inch blocks, and cover with a coating, of brown sugnr nnd crumbs. Stick with clove one inch apart. Bake in a slow oven until nicely browned, basting at intervals with cup of water and dne f of vinegar. table-spootff- ul Oreat Zinc Resources In Canids.l In the opinion of expert authorities Canada could Increuso It productloi of zinc to supply of th world' demand, which Is estimated al more thnn l.uni.um tons annually. one-tent- h Buddhist's Wandsrlno Leader. Dalai Laum. the rellc'ous head ol the Buddhist faith, was so overcomt by tho fact that Infidels had troddet the street of the forbidden city that ho fled to the open country, and foi many jear ha been wanderer Is northern China. WHY YOU SHOULD BUY WHITE SWAN FLOUR It is nlwnys of the best quality. Face Cream Talcum Powder Face Powder Shampoo Crystals Toilet Water. Red Cedar winter clothes. Compound-Ju- st rrnnai $2,0,000,000 Yet To Be Raised To Save Starving China. Funds for the 40,000,000 inhabitant of the flvu North central provinces In the famine area of China were collected Sunday in Sunday Schools of all denominations thru-oKentucky, as the culmination of the week of self denial observed by all the churches. Theappeal for the observance of self denial week was Issued by tho Kev, Dr. K. V. Chairman of the China Famine Fund, and in it he urged that some fuod luxury be omitted each day and the money thus saved be contributed toward the famine fund. Through the Chinese Famine Fund Mil-lln- It h always a little less in price. The wiso housewife never overlooks an opportunity to save a penny. SHE SAVES IT BY USING WHITE SWAN FLOUR. the thing to pack with those ut McEotats Drug Store. Lancaster, Kentucky. s, Lancaster Flour Mills Incorporated GtMTfe. Shmumu, Pres. Cbrlie Zum, Sec'ljr. The Central Record. Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Mch 24, 92 1 I BATSON'S EASTER SUE Old Goods all closed out EXTRA LOT NEW CLOTHING-A- LL Cash Store ON LATEST Commencing Mch 25 -- Lasting 10 Days New Goods bought on New Basis. WOOL. ALL GOODS BOUGHT AND SOLD PRICE BASIS. SUIIS 150 at TO $25.00 75 cents HATS TO NONE HIGHER. $3.50 $3.50 $1.25 NONE HIGHER. Uncle Sam Blue Work Shirts. All new style, new colors in Young Men's Hats, none higher Extra iine Silk Shirts Boys' Clothing $3.00 to $5.00 $3.50 to $10.00 Suit than Overalls Fine Lot of Young Mens Shoes at Moderate Prices We mean to WAKE UP this whole section on LOW PRICES for HIGH QUALITY. R. H. Batson, Lancaster, Ky. Lancaster School Notes The ichool has been decorated thi past week by so many flowers which.1 the generous pupils have given tholrj tenchers, nil deski of the touchers: have had a fresh sunply each morn-- j intr. Reception. Minos Robinson and Sexton gave a "St. Patrick's Day" reception last Thursday evening at the school building. The guests were the Seniors, boys. Juniors nnd former Foot-baEverybody was asked to tell an Irish joke. It was decided by popular vote that Mr. Ottn Moore told the funniest joke. In the contest of word beginning with I'at, Mr. S. I). Cochran received the priie. In pinning the shamrock on the ting of Ireland, fieo. W. I.awson won the prize. ll I and all the boys like it very much.' Miss Itobtinion has asked us not to read ahead but it is a great temptn- -' tion. The Freshmen have beeH laboring under some extra hard Algabra problems and very happy because MIm Heard announced that we were tak ing up easy work tamarrow. Our Science class has been studying plants and trees. This ts very Inter- -' t'stlng and enjoyable werk. Our Latin class Is progressing very rapid- - j Jy. We have just (tabbed the de-- i rlinsion of nouns ami taking up Latin adverbs. I quite ill is some better at this writ in confus- ing. ion, a his face reddened, "it it Lime, Sand, Cement, Rock, Uric W, must have been the man nt the other Hudson & Farnau. eouater. I've only been Hero u Misses Stella and Wilmn Henry week and de not remember over seespent the week end with home folk ing you before." in Lancaster. Miss Madge Isaac and Miss Anna COY with Lee Swope spent the week-enMrs. O. J. Harden spont Saturday friends in Danville. Mr. nnd Mrs. II. II. Halcemb and with her daughter, Mr. Gren HarMiss Mary Hello Halcmnb were in rison ami family. Mr. and Mr llrenton Locker spent Danville shopping Monday Rev. Itoiitin of Wilmore, delivered Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Coleman me in the Moonlight?" I "So, ma'ma," said he j ' d To Writ Qood En0Mh. To tie stile to write good and pure Kncllsti. one must habitually dwell and sympathize with men ami women who write KocltMi of this character. Any young student who reads snd enjoys OpldmlttT. Jane Austen, Walter Scott; Msrnulny. Fronde, Steecn-on. snd other writers of simitar rank, ' will certainly come in lime to wrlto good and pure Ungllsh htmsclf. I ' Melllejohn. Invisible loks. Of tit many sympathetic Inks which become tUIMe on esposure of the writ-- 1 Ine to heat, following are a few examples Weak solution of copper nl-- I tratn or perrhlorMo of copier, utrwir ritutln of cawtle potash, the juices of If num. onion sad other Milk or t'Uttermllk on unclsrod psjier with a itean new wr. will not show; a hot flnllrun Is the best way to show It up. nil Locker and family. Mies Velma Hill spent from Fri- Monday and have hr regular sewing class. She is vjry skk wivh mumps, but we hope she will soon be well and able to be back with her class. Clyde Ileltselaw U vory tick with! the chicken pox and will not be able ' to attend shool for two weitks. cow give more milk. Iludiondc Farnau. Clyde is greatly mhiod ky ail hi nnd .Mr. ami Mrs. Jim Sanders class mates and thoy all wish him a baby spent Sunday with hU mother, ed: Small shamrocks and Irish flags j speedy recovery. Mr. Mary Ann Sanders and family. were given as favors. The guests i Miss Sexton spent th-- e week-eninteresting by were entertained Mrs. Iluferd Crow and baby and heme In I.uxington. at her Mrs. Mary Clouse spent the day FriKarnes and Irish selections on the Miss Westevor i very sick and ha day with ,Mr. Lynn Cobb and famivictrola. All .departed saying that they had a delightful time and en- to suspend her school work. All ly. joyed very much the hospitality of the sehool will be glad wkon she Mr. ami Mrs. I. II. Duncan ami the charming entertainers. children spent Sunday afternoon Rev. liourlantl mudtf a splendid with Mr. ami Mrs. (). J. Harden and The suits of the llasc Hall boys week and were very' talk in cbupul last Tueaday morning. family. arrived last satisfactory. The first base Kail Mr. uml Mrs. Kveret Duncan and Mr. Sumuul KHloU ftoxitU a few game will take plaeo about the first enjuyuble hours on DuNviUo street family were gutwta Saturday night of April We hope those gamo will last Sunday. and Sunday of Mr. and .Mrs. Kdgar be as interesting as foot ball. Duncan. Rich has been absent fori Luther Missos Pearl, Nora and Flora MatMiss Klita Smith has been absent the past few days. thews, Jtttsie Kent, Mnttie. lleulah from school on account of the illness Junnlta Dunn has been absent far Cobb spent Saturday night and and death of her father. This greatSunday with Mr. and Mr. Jim Matly grieves the High School for most the past few days. thew and family, of them were formerly MIm Kllza's Sunny Side of Life, students. L. J. "The teacher. licked me BRYANTSVILLE The seventh and eighth grades 'cause 1 was the only one wise eeubl have chosen their colors, purple and answer n question. " .Mrs. W. K. Davis i some hotter gold for the Junior High School Mother "That dee not sound banner. The eighth grade went 100 reasonable, dear. What was the at this writing. Mr. and Mr. Chat. Dunn were in per cent in paying for the banner. question?" Mr. Hoyd was rhoien one of the L. J. (between sobs): "Who put Lexington Saturday. Mr. and Mr. N. T. Crow were judge on a debate last Friday, held the bent pin on the teacher's chair." in Lexington Thursday. at State University in LexingUn. A pretty, young lady stepped up to Mr. Ja. II. Leuvel was in LexFrrihmin News the counter In the music store, where ington Tuesday on business. seng. some The Freshmen have finishes! "Old Clyde was arrangingMr. and Mrs. Joe Gosney were and have As he turned to wait upon her, she Testament Narratives," now Island." said, in her sweetwt and most ap- Lancaster visitors Sunday afternoon. "Treasure started This is a very interesting sea story pealing tones: "Have you Kled Mr. W. K. Davis, who hat been d , j Social Newt. Wc were very sorry to hear that Mis Syler wa unable to be at school i day until Sunday with her suiter, Mrs. Dillard Simpson and family. Mrs. Jim Cloute and son. James Hour)'' spent a few days Inst week with Mr. and Mrs. Huford Crow. Mr. Kveret Anderson and little son, Oneal were the guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Dillard Simpson. Cremo Dairy Feed wilt make your a very interesting sermon Sunday morning at the Methodist church. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Gosney and Mr. and Mrs. Newt (iosney were Sunday visitors of Mrs. S. F. Croushorn. Mr. and Mr. Robert HuUhUoti and children of DanviKe, were the guets Sunday of Mr. and Mrs M. O. Kennedy. Mr. and Mrs. Noah Marsce, Jr., and children, Mr. and Mrs. Joel Mar-se- e were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. James Durham. Mr. ami Mrs. Raymond Ruble, Mrs. Henry Ruble and Mr. Chenault Ruble composed a fishing (tarty A I . 1 , AS --ET- 'llSJSJSJi X sSaV ,r ioMetifT war- . .... Jr. . firtfe -- s.A T5 JSs i ,'-- " ' s,jr- 3j at the Lane pond Monday. Rev. lioutln, Rev. (ico. S. Cenaut and Mr. Conant and children, were the guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. J. H, Kdwards nnd family. Mr. and Mrs. Krnest (iosney entertained a number of friend Saturday evening in Iranor of Mi Mar garet Croushorn and Mr. Kdwln I1. Wylle. A Seed Bed Produces Bigger Crops Well-Prepare- d Mr. and Mrs. M. O. Morelam! and Master James Hourbon Morcland and Mrs. H. A. Dawes the attended Georgetown Girls Glee Club concert Thursday. Mr. W. J. Ilrbaddus, Mrs. II. II. Halcomb, Misses Little Ilronddus and Mary Utile Halcomb and Mr. Louis Ilronddus were In 1tisington Saturday shopping. Mayme Mis Italian! returned home Wednesday from Lexington after several dnys stay with Miss Margaret acWoolfolk. Shewa companied home by .Mrs. W, T. Woolfolk and Miss Margaret Wool-fol" Lont Stir Realism. we would rather furthermore, keep u skeleton In our closet than keep a fat man for a boarder, Dallas News. " ond over ridges, as weil When you run rwike r bctW sreel bed simply by using a disc harrow h?l do.3 ..ttrr work, pulls lighter, and !.'; I n.'T, vr-Jo :t 'c cap liov you just such a one that can be adjusted instantly to pcartrato dm! j.ulvoriw; the soil thoroughly Us entire width in dead furnvs, liard and soft ground, u--- ai - t level land. JOEIT'B'DEERE MODEL "B" DISC HARROW Krst 8l'lr's, or the - rtxn.t the h rd lever. That time ywi art in town, drop m fit- k. and lauk at ihr Jiiti Deem Modrl "D" Disc Marrow wh,f li we have t up. Ct ion the sent nnd operate the levers. Notice that there Is a lever for onjllnn rsch Kant; backward or forward so a to make the pull on the hot st s just right when part of the harrow is working in soft ground and part in har d ground. And remember to ask us t-- Ue featu.e i will appreciate because it cnatdss you to Blve the itijutrcd pressure to the inner ends of both cnriKt to Make the barrow penetrate at the same depth its entire width in dead fuirow or ever tidges. We want you to notice oho the neat, substantial construction of this harrow. You will reudlly understand why it lasts toncer. is G00DL0E and WALKER BROS. The Central Record. Lancastei , Ky., Thursday Mch 24, '1 92 1 0 Made From Eruptions of the Skin Cause Torturous Itching with nnyl orders, bernUM it ii such n thorform of ikln iliionJer, you nre well oughly satisfactory blocd purifier. the acquainted with (ho flaming, burn It cleanse thus blofcd of all impurities, and countrrncU tha r. Injr itching that theso diseases of tho germs that attack tho akin. Ilcgln Uklnjr S.S.8. today, and If Skin dlirairs nro caused by an Impurity or disorder In the blood, you will writo a complete history end there is no real and genuine of your case, our medical adviser relief within your reach untrt tuch will give you expert advice without Impurities arc removed. char sr. AddreM Chief Medical AdS.SiJ. has given great satlsfac viser, 1M Swift Laboratory, Atlantion in thtt treatment of thciu dU. ta. Ge. you nre afflicted ef-fe- et pro-duc- Uncle Walk IN THE SPRING TAKE GUDE'tf PEPTO-MANGAN. It fpjoniji Restores The Quality Of Blood. Drives Out DOMINANT WOMAN ttTHl:lt!:-.A innrh tnitli in I lie old saying Hint n tmrlietor I merely half n inaii. nlormil the profeor. "I iiifHie )ou nn tr)ltiR to take n fall nut of me lierniixo I don't get mar rlcd," said tho low hrowtil niiin. "It limy lie true that a luirhelor I only n Imlf a iiinu, but ulieu he iireumil-lutn wife, hi' uvmlly only a iiinriT of ii mini, e I Impurities. Builds Up The Red Corpuscles. luPRovr.s i Tim A Bread Glen Lily J'utr complhxion. I'fiy ticlani For GUY. Mr. Carrie DavnUon ! visitor Friday Mr. Wm. Ijine nnd daughters, Mi.i Plonnie Mae anil SflVnnnli, Standby Among 30 Years. X.v.t In Tablet A. W.ll returned Mr. und Mr. Torn Doolln and son, MM Mollie Ilnrne is visiting Mlis Kurl and daughters, Misses Cora nnd Horn spent Thursday evening with Km Turner, of I or tnalH one-Mr. C. It. Henry wn the vreiter Mr. and Mr. Henry Tuttle. Iclilh. The more Mr. ami Mr. Hoy I'rnther nnd' Thursday ef Mr. James Ynntis. I see of married Willie Francis, daughter, little Mi Mr. (Mile (Jrnbam and baby, vklt-M- i nun, tlu more And mm. Master Colli O'nenl, of .Mr. C. It. Henry I'rjdiiy. thankful I am MeCrwry spent Sunday with Mr Hint I Imve ni'M r Jamo Ynntht ub tho visiter Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Wulker. I'Millliil up nt tbe f Mr. William Clnrk. altar with nn Mr. and Mr. Wm. Uine nnd son, Mr. and Mr. J. 1. Peley, spent wreath on Master Mm mid Mre Ptennic Mue I Ve4aHw4ny In Ijineaitcr with their my liciiil. and Suvuniih Imw, Mr. and Mr. Carl "Olil loolitti- - ha been married n friend. Pendleton were guets Sunday of d t Mr. ami Mrs. WIMium Wnlker were Mr. and Mr. John Pendleton of Mc long time mill he's got c lug Imii I y ,u wifi lie recent guest ef Mr. and Mr. John Crwtry. tiiuw what to do when Mie ln't I'rttUicr. nriMiml, if v.ni .fT. rnl to leml blui $' Mr. and Mr. John Khld ami fumi-lv- . Msss Hern .Mebertey ef I'alnt Kick my lied I'.IIM to (oii-uand Jalie about It. hile lime, when III Mr. awl Mr. Wm. Harm One Inst week visiting !! Fannie Mr ami Mr. Tom wife wan iiuny, Mtliik. he ate about Mis Kthel Morula. ' DiMtlin. Misses l.uey and Nolle Turn-- I 'I of green nirtitnlMT. nnd Hie Mesttamos Wm. Walker and Hewry er were vMter of Mr. and Mrs.; nille khut him up like u filling toil. TntUe. were Friday nfternen visi j John (Uhorn and Mi l.ou Anna Os- -' It wm the worxt eMM I nw. I ters ef Mr. (leerge Hrown. 1ieHnl liliu yelling for the ller, nnd hem recently. when I rii'ln! over then and nw lilm Mr. awl Mr. Mack Turner and on the tloor, with III firt lnx-- l children rptnt Sunday with Mr. und lienw the lull k of hi lieek, I plionoil Mrs. N'i Mari. for ti doctor jit ifiHi. We put blui to Mooter Harvhl Ward, of Malin, Ixil. inul the agony that iohii endiireit Ii visiting hi eMtln, Jnmr Milton wa slekeiilug. Ami a lie rollnl and I.ewt Henry. around theri cTlxi lllii: to go off the ln.kK etery IHlllllte, he kept Miylllg. Mr. Mary Coley. of Kichmon.l. 'What will I til so Jane ny when she is vitHiMg Carrie Davidson. Mr When the body bcRi.is to ntliTen hriir I eatlrd III II 'I'M tor?' and Mr. W. T. Sutton. "After hi wife enme Imrk", I und movement become painful it Mr. A. N'. Mr rid returned home usually un indication that th over nt tliWr Immih one iilglit. and she elMllllg m Monday n with Mr. and kidneys urc out of order. Keep nies'l ,hetoraidertp for I tool thefor a tifTt loetor. llmt If Mr. John .Morn of these or part!) healthy bit taking lntliHi(t of h gentleman I'd iiy the Mr and Mrs Milton Ward eent bill, for I WHti't authorize! to mil In a portten of the pat week, with Mr t n Miulimo(. iiihI he tllilu't WNtit one In aa.l Mr. I!. II. Ward of Kirkaville the limic. HiMtltttle at then und ( hennl hi wife nmMIng me until my Mr ami Mm. Wra. Smith whlker eurlitl ami, uIiIhiucIi he knew Pleasant Hill were Wednesday visiWm (Jrigsr. The wfH' J1 lU'idiiJ frm.dy for -kl.lnr, the iliH'tor snteil III life, he liner suit) tor of Mr. and Mi t iJ itL. a won). turf tUJJ-- r i iJ W will contract far tlrmp "After I left the tioue. hiwolieaked Fo ('ii lri 596. Tiko rmpjUily n.t for llrmp and furni.h krrp In ewJ lu.llh. In Iblt. si t 'l out iit.tl overtook in'-- , nml tohl me he . r.U.ntrL wn K.rry for what Inul linpixtnil. but Ousialilrwl lluilion & f'arnau. lllunr.'' CUU M"ll U Lo If ik. e hud taueht htm Hull (I'm no r Mm Alfred l'..ntcr l.u.l f..r ue to butt III when hi wife ha the kme Sunday from Itichmond. At Liquid Form. complexion In the People who have plenty ef rich red blond have lip u deep, rosy red, eyes bright and clear, (lend complexions are based on the solid foundation of good blood, with plenty of ted corpuscle. When blood clogged become with impurities, when the red corpuscle arc not absorbing enough oxygen frem the lungs and distributing it to the cell throughout the body, good complexion fade. Not- - only that, but yeu feel tired and exhausted all the time. Your shoulder droop and you lounge around and loan against anything hnndy. You lack energy hecaue your blood is wtsik nnd thin not enough red corpuscle. People call it "Spring Fever." Call it what you will, it is bad blood. It weakens jiower. of rcsitance. If you feel that way yeu should take that exceptionally good blood Yeu notice Spring. Flour Is the source of HEALTH AND STRENGTH OF LIFE'S GREATEST ENJOYMENT. TRY A SACK TODAY. mm r I IV VHi4r or-un- ' HEALTH AND STRENGTH ARE SOURCES u-- tht ii,ii't lii-'- lt KSH-- ltarn. -i- -k err M. SQUEEZED TO DEATH COLD MEDAL w-- (lr vtt ie j ' - ' tonic, Cude's for n It will make rich red blood. For thirty years it ha been a standby among physician. It will help you to build up thi Spring. All that come from having good blood will with plenty of red corpuscle come to yeu. When you go to your druggist' be sure to get the genuine Cude's with the name " "dude's on the jmcR-agIt i sold In bath liquid and tablet form. Iloth hove the same medicinal value. (Advertisement.) Pepto-Mnnga- GARRARD MILLING KY. CO. while. LANCASTER, PepUt-Mangit- n Don't forget, sister, that your; troubles come back to you with in terest when you hnnd them to others. That nrmy of new postmaster. will be sure of receiving something more They than merely their salaries. will get their names in print Kvery time prices start to tumble some one conies to the rescue nnd props'em up ngniu. Some people never can learn when to keep st.'.l. JLucky Tiger mm4 1 Tn Pepto-Mangan- oaira NmUam'm Hatr K CM! Rmmmly t 1 rr iminui aaa S.d Sd h-- I- I If you want to cultivate the natural sweetnem of your wife's dlloi-tiojuU try cutting down her a! lowancc IdAadraff ntmti agia esataeea soltw itsp falUns; hair baaatr. ImlUi action tnuDxllala aad GoaraatM. mtaln. llMxr-Dac- k BSa wrwrt, Alanarslata mtntrtm aaatal. Kaaaa CttT.aU. LOC1T TKI Ce I Positively cradicatea it fjerlln ( t i m We Hospital lo litRff quatlrrs in the Brick building on Danville strttl, btlow J. R. Monnl's Slot r Shoe wtte coraptllfd (a more oar t c anley and Wilson SHOE HOSPITAL SHOE REPAIRING i All work done by Electrical Machinery and all work guaranteed. ItHI notion of a i;ood Our fr.nctpal There are people, though, who find to ln I ii ay to annex it. it quite dilflcillt to be both seni.( thing live and sensible. The motUrn world is developing n hut it doetn't keep the In the matter of prwocutini; the lot it sol f i track well hal'utted. lackurs the sssMothini: ef n sleeker. j gveriHt uin af,rtr., ' W.U. IHUli HHplc are My.iitJu. iiutll VI not content with lla.sf ItnfM n.Klswtm MOfllliRS itEl It TWICE I "vs inva a kinch af lnai.Hnury j oni. ini" I'll SI) . For Expectant Mothers CEIEIATIONS And still, it isn't m much a mat- tor af Mch price as it i of fools wise tUnk it is smart to pa .them. Vs .ecut.. .ti.oo...t .ut.s C, p.m. x Men who are to trutted setilom It' true, though, that prohihition tell you of it. tightwad in this creating n ef osHintry. NtH4y want t divvy up Tho mtMt la.ting thing about the hi UUl stork in rerurve. modern noun of a woman is the bill. j It sty!o never change. A of peovle who have been llefore punchins: the fellow who praising Mr. Harding to tbo kio will mioii be cussing him n energetically calls you a liar it might be well to when he appoint the other fel- consider whether or not he ha told low, the truth. lt rt ' enme ner thin morn lug while I wa feeding the row, nnd told me ii tale of.uoiv HI wife bus Hl'otit tho huudnil female relation, aunt mid stejeilittera mid couln nnd xurli iKiipJe. and sla- - kti pt the hnue full of litem nil the time. He ha to slri-on ii sanitary couch In the hill, while hi" own feather Ixil l h) till aunt who welich nlHiitt ll'l IKiiimlv llr Iihn n eomfortahle nx king iiiair he liouEht for hi own prUute and now he nexer get a whuck wlm at It, III wife'.i bnuiElit hrr'tortolM' hell rat along, I always illng it lie sahl he wn getting plumb illsgtiTteil with siirti n eon itliloii of iifTalr. but he didn't know what lo do. "I nkiil him why he didn't readstbe nutliorlicd eilon of the riot act to bis wife, and tell lor to ship all llioe relic out of the hoie. lie 'Vou don't Hhoekeil nt the suggesthm. know what you're tnlklug about.' be suld. 'Von've nexer been married.' 'The queer thing iiboul It I llmt I ii great stlrkler for bl right when he's nwuy from home. He' n n ImiIkiiI, und will tight lit u the drop of the hat If nnjbody trie to Iiiimim on him. He wulk with bl head h ick inul hi ihel out In front of blui, but a mmiii n he niuiie hi own front gale he begin to look o blamed abject Hint the neighbor pity him. Then, there' old Major Selidnff. who dlMliiguUhed liliiiMlf on many n He hit courage erlniMUi buttletlehl, regiment. Hut be enough for thn-married the Widow Hunktim a couple of jeorx ago unit she miike hint do the family wakhlug. and hang tbe clothes on the line, und I siipixwo be di the Ironing, too. I could tell you " f a hundred such rne "I sUIiimvo lou could." sighed the pnifeioor. 'but I don't cam for sensational lU'tlmu" u-- e, ste-!.stUooM-uortli- lliHir. MSooxeworthy SHI OF- - Personal BY will on Property say W. H. BROWN, TRUSTEE OF JOHN C. MORGAN, BANKRUPT Pursuant to an order of Nelson D. Rhodes, Referee in Bankruptcy, the undersigned, V. H. Brown, as turstee of John C. Morgan, bankrupt, MONDAY, MAECH 28th, 1921 AT 2:30 O'CLOCK P. M. sell the following personal property, at the residence of W. H. Brown, on the Stanford Pike, 1 mile of the city of Lancaster, Ky.: Russia. Deposit Here & Save Your Money We Strive to Serve. CAPITAL $50,000.00 SURPLUS P The Husslan empire, prior to the world wnr, comprised :i."tM.oNl square mile. Cyclo.iedlsU divide thU ter-- ; of the world. Into rllory, (Inin Kurop four Mirtx. Itu-l- n i. cluding Poland and Finland), the Central Asia. Siberia. HuskIii In KuroH hua nn area ot 1,-oiie-slvtCau-rotiItu-la- Hll.tl.TJ Miunre mlleM, About Go sheep and about 30 lambs; 1 sow and 10 shoats;2 sorrel horses, 2 mules; 1 hillside plow, 1 double shovel plow, 1 Buick automoe bile, 1 wagon, 1 set of harness, 1 corn planter, 2 turning plows, 1 cutting harrow, 1 cultivator, 1 mowing machine ,1 hay rake, two rakes, one hay stacker, about 125 bushels of corn. two-horsN $60,000.00 BANK. I CITIZENS NATIONAL LANCASTER. KY. French Presldsnta. of Krunro, SI. Of the president I'olticure un only the tlflh to sluy tho e full term. Thiers, the llrst, held for only three yeurs, a did i'nure died ut the end of Id fourth year, mid t'uluiler lVrler rv slgneil after one yeur. of-Ik- TERMS. All arnounts under $10.00 will be cash in hand on day of sale, and for all amounts over $10.00 the trustee will take bond with approved surety for the purchase money, payable to himelf as trustee, due in three months from date, said bond bearing interest from date. Comer Public Square ami Danville Street. His Status. "What do you know nbout tho bleb rust of llvtiigl" "Nothing. I'm merely L Uiulstlle exltluH Courler-Journa- TRUSTEE OF JOHN C. MORGAN, BANKRUPT. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday Mch 24. 1921 irirnnF CUTTING HARROWS. 3 niiFir DRAG HARROWS, CORN PLANTERS, CORN DRILLS, CULTIVATORS At a reduced price at CONN BEOS. "LIVE AND LET LIVE FOLKS." m ir ii ifn Yaar. rir DC Hi S The Central Record luud Wk!r. $1.50 Adfaac. ROBINSON. Editor. J. E. PayabU in Ky., to educate men for responsible positions in time of war there should be no favoritism shown. 3. L .ELKIN', Local Editor nd Mgr. Lan-caitc- Entered at the Post Office In at Second-Cla- u Mall Matter. Lancaster, Ky., March 24, 1921 THE AMERICAN IttESS For Political Announcamanta. r'or.Precinct and City Officei.-I5.0- 0 10.00 For County Offices For State and District Offices.. 15.00 .10 . For Calls, per line .10 For Cards, per line For nil publications in the inter, est of individuals or expression of individual views, per Kale line Obituaries, per line 10 .05 Announcements. authorized to announce the candidacy of E. V. Puryear to succeed himself in the office of Commonwealth's Attorney for this district, subject to the action of the Democratic Primary, August C, 1921. We are Is This A Square Deal? and The war department certain civilian agencies are fostering a plan to establish a series of citizens military training camps in this country. It is understood that the government will furnish transportation, subsistaneo and uniforms, while the student would be required to devote his time , free of charge. The main object of these camps would be to educate the public up to the necessity of universal military training, which congress has so far refused to sanction. On the surface this would appear to be a praisworthy move. But is it? The rich man's son and the young man in comfortable circumstances can airord to devote a month of his time to attending these camps withHe would out remuneration. therefore be in line for a commission in the apjy AT ONCE in the event of war. The poor young man, who can not airord to lose the time from his business without compensation, has no hope of attending such a camp, no mat-to- r how many natural he might possess that go into the making of an acceptable army olficer. Huck private in the ranks is the prize that awaits him. Yet he must pay his proportion of taxes for the purpose of maintaining these camps for the benefit of thoso who are more fortunately situated. If it is necessary to maintain training camps in order quail-(icatio- The transportation, uniforms and subsistence furnished by the government are paid for by all the people. If congress desires to be fair in the matter it will pay each man who attends a reasonable sum to compensate him for the time he loses from his business, nt least an amount equal to the pay of a second lieutenant, the lowest commissioned grade in the army. Then the privilege of attending the camps should be apportioned out to the several! states and counties in proportion to population the local authorities to make the selec-- l tions from those who apply. If congress is not willing to do this, or something equally fair, then it should do nothing at all, and there should be no camps, unless private individuals desire to conduct them entirely at their own expense. To give the subject a purely local application, how many young men in this community are in a position to give a month of their time FREE OF CHARGE in order to attend these camps for the purpose of providing greater security for ALL OF THE PEOPLE? This country is not out of the woods of war. It will need defenders for many years to come. It will need many men competent to step into commissioned ranks. Hut in organizing the camps that produce these officers we should give every section of country and every class of our citizens an equal opportunity and a square deal. If congress will add the item of compensation to the appropriation for these camps, together with provisions for an apportionment of attendance privileges, we believe the scheme would be Ideal and patriotic to a degree, and would meet with popular approval. Hut to spend the money of all of the people for the benefit of those who are more fortunately situated financially we consider undemocratic, and doubtful If they ever will. Cortninly It can never be done without a literal invoking of the law of supply and demand, and that is something the speculators will frustrate at all hazards. having The manufacturer, gorged himself on' huge profits, will never again be satis-lie- d with modest ones. He will eventually come down considerably, a few pennies at a time, but it will be a herculean task to move him at all. The labor uniops are putting up a tremendous light against any material reduction in wages, although it is generally conceded that as long as the price of labor remains up there can be no great reduction elsewhere. The stockholder wants big dividends in order to meet high living costs. The same applies to the merchant and his profits, and to the doctor and the lawyer and the undertaker and their fees. In every line you meet the Nobody same conditions. feels that ho can airord to reduce his own prices until there has been a corresponding reduction in the articles he is forced to buy. Who, then, Is to make the It Is Kaufman's Big Fire Sale OFFERS TO YOU THEIR GREATEST BARGAINS IN Hart Schaffner & Marx and Ashland Suits and Topcoats FINAL REDUCTION ON ALL MEN'S AND BOYS' WEAR. The wise buyers will come here for their Easter outfits. You get the best merchandise of a known reputation at prices lower than they sold for before: A BEAUTIFUL LINE OF SPRING CRAVENETTE, GAB-ERDIN- E TOPCOATS, PRICE $19.48 $21.48 $26.48 $31.48 $35.48 Don't miss the neatest value HART SHAFFNER AND formerly sold for .$8.1.00, in Men's Clothing. M ARX AND ASHLAND start? The farmer has done it. His profits have been about wiped out by a falling market on farm products, because he is compelled to continue paying high prices for everything SUITS $.30.00, $.15.00, $G0, $65.00, $70.00, $80.00 and $S5.00, NOW SELLING FOR that he uses. i The great trouble is, the rest of the country is not following the farmer in the downward trend. If it were to do so, we would be back to something approaching normal in a hurry. Congress apparently is unable to solve the problem, and if congress is impotent we of this community cannot be expected to waste our time in beating against an impassable barrier. There is, however, one thing that we can do. That is to go to work and stay at work and do more work and less talking. Wo can regulate our own actions, and if those actions are along the lines of increased activity and productively we will be doing our share toward bringing the country back to normal whatever normal mny be. S9.48 $14.48 $17.48 S19.48 S26.48 $31.48 S35.48 Genuine Tissue weight, Imported Italian soft Hats Dunlap and Stetsons formerly $8.00 and $12.00, NOW $2.98 AND $3.98. in-elud- DON'T MISS THESE VALUES, AND VISIT KAUFMAN'S CLOTHING CO. BIG FIRE SALE WHEN IN LEXINGTON-OPPOSITE UNION STATION. Millions And Morality. l : . .. . Big Cities And Little Towns Are you still pining to live city, where the bright lights glare and revelry reigns You might try it Htipreme? out and send us your experi ences for publication. A year ago a young married man purchased a home in the outskirts of Chicago for 000 on the time payment plan, the monthly payments being rather heavy. Then business slacked up, his income decreased, and he found it impossible to meet his payments. He has just sold out at a loss and is renting a four room Hat for which he is required to pay 7o a month. There are said to be 75,000 families in Chicago who are doubting up with other fa mi lies because tiicrc are no houses or Hats for them to oc cupy. And the experience of Chicago is much like that of any other large city in the country. There may not be as much glitter and glamour in this town as there is to be found in a large city, but there is a deal of satisfaction in knowing that a person's soul is his own and that he does not have to be gouged front and back every time he turns around. There are worse places thun the old home town. in a big read in the daily press where some millionaire is suing his wife for divorce, or is lii.Inir snml himself or""1 j both. Genurally there follows a mass of moral filth that is amazing and almost beyond belief. Like dirty linen, it all comes out in the wash, but unlike, the linen, the principals can hardly lay claims to purity as a result of their legal bath.i This is a queer world. As long as we are poor wei are able to live comparatively! decent lives. Hut lot great wealth come our way and we immediately begin to yearn for1 the vices and frivolities it will Work We j MtUora. I a mililrn lutnlnou phet noimnon. a of a atar or tirlsht body ,n nlM motion throush the lr. pro- uumi ny s iiinii mi." u ui.n'i Imp. from rvlrdlal apace Ine the atr wun planetary teioty, dUalpatlon, 01 uff'r,,"f cotnbotloti. H for encounterlne tni tarth they travel In their own orblta. ' A meti-o- r l trl. '"nc. what man .Ic. tune, tie connuile that iuinE at the hkh of SO jeara the aterac man ha lep 0.(iO worked .. walked MO amived hlmtelf .. Our), .pent ratine, and wai IU KO day. tltnir with a rrvnrh latlitlrlin Mow Man Spend ncr toiii Hit Tim, Iim teen Utv to find ont tun with that prreioui d), iAt Power Washing Machine RUN BY GASOLINE buy. It would be far better for the human race if we were to! of the forego a majority "pleasures" of wealth and re-- , tain the respectability that is inhurant in mankind in the, j days of his poverty. Millions and morality do not always harmonize. t j Here And There. Gordon Solfridge, one of London's loading de partment store owners, has been on a Msit to this country. He says prices are down all over England and that the war time profiteer Is no longer In evidence. He even says that a perfectly good woolen dross genuine wool can be purchased in London for live dollars. Just fancy being able to purchase a woolen dress ovor here .for live dollars. '.Hut, on second thought, it is better not to do any fancying. It gives one too much of a jolt when the Americanized bill bobs up. Harry THE MAYTAG Let us demonstrate this Washing Machine to you. complete Washing Machine, n Power Plnnt of its own. Getting Back To Normal. Nearly everybody Is having something to say about what ought to be done to bring this country back to normal. It is invariably the case, however, that such remarks apply only to the other fellow. Many people are of the opinion that prices should relevel, but turn to the pre-war A Wrings and washes clothinjj on It's own power. HASELDEN BROS. thc WNCHCSKk trot aiwinii Nil The Central Record, Lancaster Ky. Thursday, Men 24, Mr. I 92 I . J. K, Adam I in Lexington 1 - today on buine.. am rl,.'A I I I I Easter Offerings A- T- llettie Went ha been the week-enRUott of Mr. O'llannon In Stanford. Mt d FOH Carrie Hello I Ionian I at for tho Kater leaton, with her parent. Mr. and Mr. W. J. Itomnn Mi home, f Mr. ami Mr. Kd C. (Jiunes leave 2 today for Cincinnati, and while there will bear the famous Hilly Sunday KriemU of Mr. and Mr. John WillhtHH are orry to hear of hi lllntNt-- ) at hi home in Hill Court nnd hope to ee him nut ngnln loon. ' m Shop Phone 69. m tf -z '- wk i PLUMB- ING " LSiiJK A -- ii s,')all-- ' w H CARTHY 3 , The I'l.l'MHKU Heating , Hoofing Culltring, Elc. . t Lexington St. Lancaster, Ky. 9 K I I I I Beautiful Easter Styles in Ladies' I I DRESSES COATS, SUITS AND We are presenting sin extensive line of the newest models in all the desirable materials at prices just right. We are showing many stylos in chic foot wear, TV a 3 TV I OXFORDS, STRAP PUMPS At and all of the up to the minute shoes being worn. Our prices are reasonable. See them. i 1 5 Mr. N". Miller ha a host of friend who will be ghid to know vast nnd various depoiits - preparao tory that she M Improving, nfter an to the time when by some great of a few day at her home on convulsion it wn to be forced upRichmond pike. ward above the surface of the water to be kissed and purified by We are glad to welcome back to ozone and to be warmed by the Lancaster, Mr. and Mr. It. Zlmmcr, sun' rays to make it a fit habitation who were located temporarily at for man. (In all probability when rhnehaeton, Ohio, where they pur- this occurred some other continent chased a large hotel but recently which had become depleted by .man's sold it at n handsome profit. improvidence may hive disappeared Mr. Itobert Walter, representing to undergo a similar process.) I realize in penning thM article the KauiTman Clothing Company, of Lexington, wa in the city this week, that I may be unstopping a hornnt's I am sure that and left an advertisement with ua nest, nevertheless back nC creation there undoubtedly which we are running thi week. existed a Supreme Intelligence enHob ha many friend in e who will be glad to learn that he dowed with Omnipotence and and who created nil things Void n responsible position with thi for some wise purpose, which the welt known firm. finite mind ho never been able to comprehend, but which is conserving the purpose originally designed. Two Pass Ha it never occurred to you that Of the three who took the examiif this (Irent Heing hail wanted connation for Tax Commissioner only ditions different, He certainly would two passed satisfactory and were is- have made them different? pas-tinsued certificate. Tho Civilizations nnd the decay of were Messrs. A. T. Scott nnd W. being D. C. A. Doty. The third Sanders, failed to make the required percentage. ill-nOmni-eienc- Tax Test. g civilizations have followed ench other almost without number and almost every civilization that hns amounted to anything hns been the result of conquest. Had it not been for the sanguinary result following conquests the human race would have become n thick on the earth as maggets in a decaying carcass. Periodically the human family has spasmodic spell of phllanthrophy and when these' spells possosa them, they are almost sure to launch some reform without duly considering the elTect if carried into execution. For instance, if the League of Nations was possible df attainment, and wars could be abolished entirely, in live hundred or one thousand years there would not be standing room on the earth for the human race. I saw it states) only n few day ago, that even now in Itusla the birth rale exceeds the death rate two millions per year. Jno W. .Miller. , 2 s J SILKS. WOOLEN AND tOTTON v. FABRICS A Few Thoughts By The Way. WE ARE READY FOR EASTER ARE YOU? IF IT'S PATTERN HATS WE HAVE THE.M. IF IT'S SAILOR HATS WE HAVE THE.M. IF IT'S BOYS HATS WE HAVE THEM. I TV 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. w Tills world has been making hisTV tory a long long time and it would he very difficult for the most learnlength of ed to approximate the time. Thi continent bear unmistakable evidences of having been submerged at some period in the world' history, and while in that submerged state .51 the waves were kept bu ;n making FRANCIS-SIT- H DC & 0 rn'i DC 3G rGossip About i People vv A i Ooiim el tht ComtnKi tlrlil Mirli Sy Thou Vi Art Inlirtilid In. Mr. and Mr. C. N. Huchanan, of It en in the South. Mr. anil Mrs. Theo Ourrey will l'hicai;o, hi have nf a new re- land unee November, were the cuet noon the erection sidence on their let an Mnile avenue. of their eouin, MIm Fannie Hnhop tMt week. Hijrginbetham will Mr. Mr. llradley I.onir, who I attend leave next week for Ashville, N. C, where she will spend several wook. Ih xhoal nnd takini; nn Klectrical in Mn. Calloway ami little daughter, Annette, of Ilirhmomi have, been guest of friends. Mr. and Mn. 8am llaselden have returned from Columbia, TcnneMce. WHEN SOMEBODY'S SICK You don't want to take a chance with the man who will take a iruess at it, or oiler yoti .something "just as Kood." You know there's a vast difference in the QUALITY of drills, and you also know that when it is a human life at stake NOTHING WILL TAKE THE PLACE OF THE BEST. Mr Jui' Frant.s van a visitor in Lrxwgtan .Morula KnKineennc course at Indiananiilif, Mr. Alfred llrent, of Lexington, will vnit hi mother, Mr. Itobert at the bedside nf her father, Hon. Siionrer during the Knter teaiwin. Dr. and Mr. J. II. Kinnaird, of Maple avenut, were at home Thur-da- y Mr. ami Mn. W. A. Furtwiu anil evening to a few friend at a Casoy ha ben spending Dr. en, Kennedy, pent Sunday in Dan- dinner party in celebration of their a few 4iy (n NVrlh Carolina. ville the guosts of Mr. anil .Mr. on. Mr. William Kinnnird's 'JOth. Mr. WkHler W returned Hank Hudson. birthtlny. The houie wa beautifulfrem a fow 4ny stay In North Care. and Mr. Dora Wheeler, who ha been ly decorated with jonquil Una. Ue guost of her daughter, Mm. Hen quantities of other tpring llower. live course menu wn KhuiImwh. of Coving-tn- , WimI ami Mr. Wood, ha returned A deliciou Hin. , Kn-wlThe celebration was quite I spending the week In Lan- to her home near Danville. a happy atTair, all having many good caster. MIm Julia Heed moved till week wihe for the happy returns of the .Mr. aad .Mr. W. It. Cak, of DanSwmebroad to the borne of Mrs". I'rintus Walker dny. MeMi. (leorge ville, wore vhUni in ljumuter Sat- en Richmond avenue, where she will and CfMirlit Cecil, III, of Danville, urday. were among the guoit. be at home to her many friend. ami MU Mary Mr.. Woedi WalUr One of the prettiest and miwt enThe many friend of Mr. Cloy Mat Walker hove been recent visitors Hamilton are glad to note hi return joyable yocial event of the teuton ' in PanvlWe, from the Heyle County Hospital and was the St. Patrick' party given at A Utile daughter has come to live hop to tee him on our streets at the School Auditorium Thunwlay evening by MImm Itoliltnon and Sexton, 10 with Mrs. K .11. Lester. She has uual. popular ttxichers of the High School, lwm RUWwl Agile Cecil, MrOll. C. Wnlden, son of Mr. nnd in honor of the Senior, Junior nnd Wnlden of Danville, ha bate ball team. The decoration .Mr. Mary Fox ,who hu been ill Mr. J fur several Meek ,wns able to be receiveu' an appoinimeni to v were In green garland, plant and brought tu her dBUghtcr'vMr, Hal-- 1 I'oint. lie expert to beKin prepar-ator- Iriuli ling. Deliciou ice and cake, lie Dunlnp. taut week where the will work 'for the examination at gnrnithed with shamrock were ten'- I make her home tn the future onctf. ed during the evening. A number of IHh game and Iriuli mutic wa A prixe u feature of the evening. wn offered to the one that told the bet Irish ttory. About llfty guett enjued MImo ltobinton and Sex- TmHniH, f tm, "Mtt tke uhI.mkI here. Mr. Itahett LratHg. It. II. ill. TmliaR, wke continues very JhI Jc Thats Where We Come we carry nothing In 0y We Rive you and yours the same attention in the matter of Drills and Prescriptions we give our own ilesh and blood. We are careful in compouudinK; that we are ashamed to Our Line Is Complete We also carry a complete line of Rubber Goods, ei Toilet Articles, Stationery, Perfumes, Toilet Soaps and we will back our prices against those charged for similar goods anywhere in the country. FRESH FISH FOR EASTER ) ton' charming hotpltnllty. Mr. and Mr. Sum Joioph, of Cin- OUR SLOGAN-SAFE- TY C& SERVICE I Yellow Salmon 20cts. 15cts. STORE Blue Salmon I I SANDER'S VARIETY J I cinnati, have been (topping here for the wit three or four week at 1!U0 Katt High ttreet, while Sam U tnnk-in- g the urroumllng territory for the Albert II. Welnborner Comxiny, Shoe manufacturer of Milwaukee, Wi. Sam formerly lived in Lnncn-te- r, Ky., for many yean, clerkinj; in the (tore of hi brother, the late Jake Joeph.( They will leave In it few day for the Carolina, where he goe to cover hi territory In that lection. They tay they art! going to get buck here In June for the (rand Council meeting, .Lexington Herald. STOEMES Established 1853. 1E DC DRUG STOHE. Phone 39. DC First Thought in Drugs. Lancaster, Ky. DC Jr The Central Record, Lancaster Ky., Thursday, Men 24, 1921 USEFUL RECIPES mlt thoroughly, flute th mixture Just soft enough to take up hy spoonful nnd put Into flnt cakca In the hand. I'lace on a griddle or greased baking sheet and hnke for about twenty minute In n hot men. If desired, the rornmeni tnny he rubied to the hot pumpkin nnd allowed to stenm with Hid latter for ten mln-Wadding the other Ingredient. Bread Griddle Cakes, You'll Feel at Home You'll feel at home when you visit this Bank, we can assure you. FORJOUSEWIFE How.to Make All Kinds of Yeast and (Juick Breads From Variety of Flours. BREAD, ROLLS AND WHAT vou lose " costa thru baking failure mutt be added to baking it has to be paid for. K Calumet Baking Powder will save you allot that Dc cms when you no faUurrt bo losart. Every bak rat? ta aweet and palatable ant! ataya moist, trnder and ilellcicw to Usa bat tasty bke. thera ara I"rte S.) COOKIES 14 rut full t.rm.l rmmt, 15 rut tula wrM milk. S 1 1 One of our moat ceaselets purposes ia to ao treat our customers that they will consider each visit to this Bank a pleasure. LLiKU Whatever the nature of your business, you can come to us with the assurance that you will be courteously nd considerately dealt with. Our aim ia that this Bank shall always be re garded by those who deal with it aa MThe Bank with n Personality." Bulletin laaued by Department of Agriculture Qivea Formulas for Dishes a Little Out of Ordinary-H- ew to Score Oread. you know how tn make alt kind ii nd quirk breads, or are )our effort routined to the making if white bread nnd hlcultT l' yen know whether the hrrnd you'mnkc I perfect of It kind or not I If ou don't you can lenrn from Farmer' Itnl- tetlu mil. "Iluklng in tlie Home." recently lued hy the t'liltei! State of Agriculture, which give rvcljie for making nil kinds of slid quirk bread fnuii different kind of lliiur. a well iw roll, tmiltlns, i mill rookie. for acor-lobread, n It I now done nt the bet tulr. nre nlo Included. One of the mntiy excellent feature of tin IV yent taiklng-powde- jet jki-tr- cmmh, let atHlid for in liiliiutic, then tnnsh nnd Unt to a pnti. Add the wilt, nwret mini:, tnrlteil shorlenliii:. mid well ' henten eti.. rinnlly. nihl the Hour nnd hnklng iMiwik-r- , which lime heen aided tosether. Itnke on n hot criddle until nicely browned on both side. (In. plmc of hflklng hiv il.r nnd awisl" f milk nlotie, eiiiful aweet milk limy ! Uiil to niolnteu the cnitnhs - cupful nnd i mhof wmr milk with one-half tenHHitiful linking run for thin t nine ii nd litenng the mixture.) one-hnl- flur, .i teafiminfttla tktna r"dr. Scald the milk, ndd the I it I teasroonnis awretrnlna-tatilitnful .oortenlna. cupful aatt, . If drslrsd. That's a biff that isn't all. You save when yoa buy Calumet and yo when you use It. saving but hts CALUMET BAKING POWDER TaCSTgsY'Ttir" a Potato t: to it nSSttLaa&aaM PlViH-tlot- g The Garrard Bank & Trust Go LANCASTER, KY. ,,'11 . i I tntomfula tttnK rMwitrr rufful mtknt aart rastatu (Irish l'la. tnra irmr tx lMtml. mgm, Iw 1 ahrintnc.a ij.iui.i umriMit i iMk rlhr tirr S 'tirltisll. bM.r 1 I ta IS rtipfHla , tw'lvnnful aalt hlf Muffins. inurniia.) possesses more than the or- It is reasonable in cost and whole-somenes- a. dinary leavening strencth. Vou pay leaa and use leak. You set the moat In purity, dependability and way to keep down baklnKCota,That Is what has made it the world's big Kestsellinsbaklncpowde- r- hakept it the favorite r,f million of house, wive for more than thirty year. Good wholrsorne bakinirs can I made only of pml m.HeriaK no only koi bakintf other way7 pnwiler ami Kirjlain lUmr (not " sell risimr (four l SssaahiM CaW U cup of butter, cum itranu Cabas ftatipa i 6,000 MORE BABIES Born In Kentucky. Of Stale Board Of Health Show More Dirtki And Couf hing at Night Can Be Checked Bronchial coughs, coujjhs that hanfl on nfter recover from influenza or grip, asthmatic coudhs, coughs caused by n distressing aVgtgtgtVarLM gsggWjgflgsJsabc tender; drain, h'I. ami innir flue. I'tittitig the MitRto lliriHich n ricer or rolaniler I llimi ihiiIiIiic. Sift tocether the Hour, suit, nnd akll. I tint the evc wm l,r until llclit nfri i:ihl to the eool rmi'hiil tmtnto. Next ndd the melted -- hoi tfiilrif. I II I'll the t' ;.r mixtiin. nlti'rtMitltig with ir ll.t nf the Ihpihl. until a Uitler I f.irn.etl omrwhnl Ktlfler than for Hour ihiiIIIh. Prop by sixMinfiiN Into Vri'nttl taaltlii tii until half-t'.J- r ' nnd hake for about thirty minonll-r.nr- Itoil the potato' In the skin until In every way it is the best ru pa flour. 1 cup water, 2 level trajmona Calu I'owder, latrd sui;r. li 21 i met Ilakinit 1 n " yolks r,f 9 emra. Then mix in Usa regular way. lemon. utes tti n ' nleratety Bread hot Fewer Death. were Six thousand more babies born In Kentucky in 1920 than the nreccdlni: year and In 1020 2,000 fewer persons died In the State, no cordinc to a preliminary report by J. K. HIackerby. State Recistrar of Statistics, to Dr. A. T. Mc- Vltnl Cormaclc. State Health Officer. The increase In birth is about 10 per cent and the decrease in deaths roughly 8 per cent. . The return of the largo number of Kentuckians who were in France with the American armies to their homes, and the resultant resumption of normal social conditions, is the reason given by Mr. Blackerby for the increase in the number of births. reduction in the number of The death. that occured in the State he explained by polntin gout that the fatalities due to communicable diseases have been reduced materially and that everywhere In Kentucky more attention has been paid to sanitation and health problems. tickling in (he throit cous,ha that cause one not only to lose stern but to disturb tbe rest ol others all uch coughs can be relieved by Foley' Honey and Tar. The Experience of Two Men L. W Dir. rS Cimrk.lt A. . R Detroit Mkb , "til.i. TS Itrrtr anJT.r iifi.ai. erv wtt ferAftcMitrtrrawisklv. J'ftU.i ia Iti.l tux h.t aloMtt (an ami I 14 y t irepWi b( am It fc.t. Chi. lUrfnin, ht Haul. On.id., N Y.. ' ba r wm.t tin trsi.Dl.a' wi'h luSkae u rnr IkiMl 4 crmH - IS Ihrr m.ciK. lofihuhlr otommtiui F Il.n.r.i. J T.I s 6C tbf Sit Ull t.: t ma icUt " Muffins, oen. itt aiwiM twlfflai ) Herring Fisheries. ; gaHHI T!9IP!3aaC S I'ivi t I ta ' crp' r' I ttt rr ' "try lira. iMlk nful aalt. , rnmlo. lfntar. r r' !i tast I ' t.tr 1 tt !'' Foley's Honey and COMPOUND TIME-TRIE- D Tar Finished Except tor the Baking. y bulletin I that the nuiiioer each recipe will sere I gum. Tin I piirtlcu-Inrl- We frankly admit, brcthcrn, 'that prohibition ha its good points." It spring just cast your eye at the robfurnishes a lot of good newspaper in, the painter nnd the paperhangcr. Smile reele n little out of the anlltmry whlrh are to he found In Uie hulletili follow : Cernmeal and Pumpkin Dodger. Children Hie Foley's Honey (10 te I! eaka.) end Tnr. It contains no opiates, and trill not injure a delicate H rupfuls rawkeU 1 r t UMrfpoon puNSHaln (wrtrtMnr. stomach aatt rorn IS evptista I mral. table STORMES DRUG STORE short psuae. First Thought in Drugs To the imatpklti. which ho been rooked ery temler and tmsheil fn-LANCASTER, KY. from lumw, add the lt. aweHenlne. If you doubt the proximity of tneltiil slinrli'nlii. mimI eomtneal, and hoiiK-kei'M-1 IS A REMEDY that can be relied upon to get rid of coughs and cntds that lead to serious illncsa if Deflected ueful for the Qreeka Originated Ostracism. Ostracism was a cen'iuony ami a polrtlral lnoe. ji well a a banish, ment In Its worllne. The ! in wonl comes frmn tlrrek "ostrra.1 Iwiiteii firi: yolk, melted lmrt'iilnt meanlne the shell the nn oyater. The of aueetenlni;. and the llmir ami haklHk' shell were n hallota. Oatrn I 'our Into (Miwder slflel tosether. clsm was rather a compliment, a It n until halMllleil, ttven hnke took cem rt.issi vote a man hy minute In a uhmI- i ostracism, nnd in remote for nlnHit nnjoiu-- lirinc linixir- lMt oven. erntely tant eiHiush to anue the desire of Muffins. tliat many to l.avlnc him ovpelleil for ) H amM murTtai Mrfl of 10 ear mint hnve Iwa ,n 1 seaat or flur. of more tlinn usual tmporintiee. I CTiplBl Sn Daair pwtsr. trapAnfu Kiklnc i r f ,la haklnc kiii.n(ti ie nfist rtrn4tir. The herrlnc form the chief fisheries of the llrltlsh Mrs, and It Is estimated that J.aHiil.fss) herrlnc are landed In Mrltaln nurlnc one wtiaon. S star. Obeys Natural Law, top or any other pianlnc body, ff under no restraint, will graduallj luni on Its axis and point to tha poll A Si aid the milk, add the rramh. IS mtrmti-- , then HMh to stand beat to n ili'. Add the aalt. fnLf. fr aiiml ni Kiptorcra hate heen astonished tc Ond In the wlhls of Africa sn races acfjualnteil with the rettlnc of Iron from the ore ami worklni; It. To smelt the ore they use n primitive funiareof hnkvd mud, with charcoal for fuel ami Mlow to olitnln the retemperntiire. It seema likely that the knowledge of thrae nos orlglnnlly derived ,n I'fehlstorle days from the Arab nl1 l who then, a In la,, r ot erran mixt f Afrlia. quired nlto-teth- er Savages Use Iron Ore. , twi-iit- - Soy-Bea- l'rcrei l'ho-iilet?- rfitl ny-ra- n ml J t"'e, 2i : taoafut traSa fl datsa. If rutifal ralah. or itr.ltrit. 1 or I UWp""fa' swMtrnlnc. 1 laUeitwiBtiil ahwrtrMiic (inHtad). 1 itt. AlMiI t run Hauki lllend the dry material mid ndd thef liquid. Add the fritlt, previously til with Ihiur. Io not Imve this hattrr Iimi soft, a It ib' not thicken an much In linking a that made with other! Hours. twiklas ionrr, chpl KEEP YOURL BALANCE Keep a careful itemixcd account of all your expenses, large and small, for one month. During that month continue to spend Just as you have in the past At the end of the month check up ytmr tatal expenditures, and NOTK TIIK MONKY THAT HAS HKBN' I.ITKUAI.I.Y FKITTKKKI) AWAY. j stories. When a person finds he does not Such n relief! At last fit in with a certain circle of accan take n good comfortable quaintances the wise thing to do is snooze without having same critic to flit out again. A proper adjust, hint that he is not earning his sal , ment can always be found elsewhere. ary. PLANS OUTLINED FOR They are the birds that never fail. - CLEANING FURNITURE .Mr. Wtl-s- o Not Wise to Put Water on Var- WHOLESOME FOOD FOR CHILD Liking for Large Range of Foods la Desirable for Diet and Best Table Manners. A meal In whliti all the linportnnt klniN of food are n'prevnteil tend to keep the child In good condition and to give him good habit of eating, food specialist of the Tidied Stale ' Peinrttnent of Agriculture sny. The liking for n large rnnge of food la dtidrahle from the ntumlpolnt of diet and nlso nt innniierK, for It help In prevent a person from becoming u dlagreeable table companion one who I Mfusy" nlMiut hi fiNMl. Jlcal Hint nre planniil carefully help also to give the child some tittle Idea nf what those who know most about fiMxl have In mind when they speak or. better, n "rightly of a 'iialanciil chosen" ration. With children It I far more Important to suggest the value of such a ration by the character of the menU given to them than I to try to tell them what It Is or to. what extent It ban been worked out. I i ' ' Tbv next step is to open a savings aecuunt uilk us and ndept the habit of saving; in lieu of frittering. Saving leads to success. Frittering; keep you down. THE NATIONAL BANK S. C. DENNY, J nished Surfaces. Vacuum Cleaner or Orush Is Most Leath. Effective for Upholstery er Covering's Last Longer and Look Better If Oiled. The mi r n Mi on oine furniture I an Miiootli that tlncer mark and soiled place may - removed with ii cloth wnins out of lukewarm suds mmle'with neutral soap and tho fliilli retoreil by rulttiluc with n cloth on which a few- - drop of llcht liihrlcatlnc mIMi hn oil or furniture sprinkled. In many cnse thl I n good method to ue on the top of illlilns tubles, hut In cctieral It U to put water on vamlsheil, oiled, OH LANCASTRR. Cashier. Capital $50,000. Surplus 450,000. Honor Roll Hunk Wise Observation. ) a man who travsli Jud Tutikin for pleasure ihee ilayi ha got to b I PannriaOnc I Ul IIIUI O I (; hnnl nnd somebody wIh pense. doeu't cure about ex Yes. Indeed. It Is too had that our ancestors dll not lire long cnotish to realltu haa smart we are. iMrolt Journal. Old Irish Maps. In the llhrary of Trinity college, Dublin, are ntap of each county In Ireland, drawn h hand on vellum In the reign of OHevii Klltiiheth. I FARMERS Wo sell everything in the implement line that the farmer needs. Everything we sell menus more money for the farmer for we sell for cash, thereby bi-e- (!) tin-hh- Nor Have "h Jud Tuhl.lu the cconoiuM ujni lunches downtown ami dinners n' home. We. ha tin use fot ViU r kkk for dallat i i 1 or M.ied euntneled furniture nmy, of course, be washed like any other sitrfuee so surface. I'alnteil and selling for less. r upholstery either n vacuum effective. elenner or a brush I best for velvet or A Miflbruh l ntid vi lojirc, it stlffer eio fur tapi-atr- mt :xs:o:o:s:s::; iiniioriini n unrrp Crrot are said to ho clearer. Tapioca makes a delirious Ing for soups. VkwB ll -- gat aL 4taM' ) SSfo Wc have the agency for VULCAN and OLIVER PLOWS AND POINTS FOR ALL PLOWS MADE. if I I Becker & Ballard i PHONE I Hroni'. tlrm iiuiterlaU, mid a minted one fur tufteil Uiholstery. 1' uidioKtercd furniture convenient. 1. .1 ov aoirtllil I... UIM ii ..ii. '".I M.t ..I.u.m klunally nnd beaten with a Mat uirpet heater, or It tuay le disiued Indoor hy the following method! The article to be cleaned I tlrst coured with a cloth that bus been dlpixtl In wnter and wnmc a dry a poslhle, then beaten with n lint heater, the dut taken up hy the dump cloth, Leather furniture eoverliik's last If ruhlMil luncer nnd look with castor oil or itleather polish to restore the ill that gradually drle out. The liquid should I well nibbed In and any execs wled off the surface, oilier-wisthis Iltm of oil vvtll cilleit and hold dirt, which will darken the ltuth-e- r and soil whatever touches It. otlur :x:::o:::::::::o Itlnse n siiuccpan In cold wntei fore heullng milk In It. To produce the most perfect iconics and roses they should bo planted In the fall. Appllqucd figure of cretonne nn black sateen can he used for circular plllu utid. tubht runner. lller ... ... ... ... . a good skin i thicken- - j be- Walking on Snow. With the miowshoe. with It hrond, latticed, rawhide bottom, scrvlccabln In walking over ft siinw, the wearer doe not exjM-c- t to develop mnrh sp.Hil, say the American KoreMry Magntlne. Tlie Kirt consist In walking on snow fold soft thnt, without such nppendagea, Im would sink Into Rulers' Postage Privllegea. It Northern huntThe king of Cuglund pay no post er In former time inniht their own age, which I perhaps Just as well, sh.H- with hatchet ami knife, and If slnci" he yearly receive about a quarleather thongs were not at hnnfl. the ter of n million business letter. Tha lattice aole could be woven of d head of all kingdom and republics hark, whlrh ran be stripped la Klmlliirprli'lcgfii. winter as well as In summer, Historic Macs In Commons. The mnre of the of th Kngllsh house of common I a potable historical relic, for It wan the mace vva which carried beforu Kins; Charles I when he walked to the scafr ' bass-woo- en-J- W. 0. RIGNF.Y W. B. DICKERS0N - e 27.. L BRYANTSVILLE, KENTUCKY. Protection for Buttons. When a garment I put through the wringer protect the buttons by pres-Inthem Hut Inside the folded g , The best method of cleansing black silk Is to sponge It with n weak solution of coffee water, A l- of meat, llh or Ttfttaules mayie mlnceil or diced and heated In a cupful of white snucu o.-- gravy. U'ft-ove- r W. 0. RIGNEVj & CO. Funeral Oirectors and Embalnters - Office Phone 18. Residence I'lione 33. - garment protector. sheet that Is all worn out can stilt utilized by making It Into I food Lancaster, Kentucky. 0 The Central Record, Lancaster. Ky. Thursday, Mch 24 92 I I . HE IN LANCASTER, KY., MONDAY, MAECH 28th COUNTY COURT DAY You may come in through our back entrance by the way of the Catholic Church Parsonage. Drive your car or vehicle right in. NOTICE! BUGGIES StS r ARNOLD'S hand made close top, full leather trimmed is the best buggy on the market. Our Patent Double Reach Gear has no equal. We have not had a broken Reach in TEN years. We are placing a guarantee of five years on every set of buggy reaches we put out, whether sold on new or old job. If you can break them in two from acual wear, no matter how hard they have been used, we will replace them free of charge. Dont Complain Any More of High Prices WE ARE OFFERING OILS AND GREASES BELOW PRE-WAPRICES. BRING YOUR FIVE GAL-LOCAN AND WE WILL FILL IT WITH THE BEST GRADE OF CYUNDER OIL FOR 65 CENTS R N Automobile Tops and Painting Perhaps there has been a bigger reduction in Auto Tops and materials than any other material on the market. We are offering you the best tops made of the Dreadnaught very best material, such as Never-Leaks, PER GALLON, CASH. Special Bargain in Auto Tires New stock just received at reduced prices. to 50 per cent less than last year's prices. Read these carefully- - Ford slip-ovtop and back curtains ready to go on your Fords, $8.00, $9.00, $10.00 and $12.50, depending on Pantisote, Rubber and Drill, from 33 1-- 3 er the grade you select and the kind of light you use in the These back curtain. Buick top and back curtains, made with French wing, like the 1920 Buick, with 17 inch bevel glass and brass frame, nickeled, bolted in, out of the best double fabric, $30.00. All other tops in the same proportion. Let us ure with you and submit samples of materials. i Never-Leak- arc the lowest prices we have had to offer you at any time. Perhaps the lowest you have ever heard of on strictly high grade, 6,000 Mile Guarantee Auto Tires. Such brands as Firestone, Goodyear, Michelin, Mc Graw and United States the leading brands on the American market We quote you below a few of our bargains that we offer this week in our bargain show window: 6,000 M le, 30x3 Firestone, for $10.95 6,000 M le 30x3' 2 Goodyear, Smooth tread. . .$14.00 $18.75 6,000 M le 31x4 Goodyear, Smooth Tread 6,000 M ile 32x4 Goodyear, Smooth Tread. . . .$21.00 $28.00 6,000 M He 33x4 Goodyear Non-Ski- d 6,000 M le , guaranteed, put on your car for fig- the most complete of anyone in the central part of the state. We have furnace heat and the best light of any Automobile paint shop in the country, and have space to paint twenty Our Painting department is 34x42 Vz 2 Goodyear Non-Ski- d 6,000 M le 35x4 Goodyear Non Skid Goodyear NonSkid 6,000 M le 36x4' $35.00 $36.50 $38.00 cars at the same time. Let us make you prices on Painting, Trimming and Overhauling your car, as we are in position to rebuild your car from the ground new, and under the same roof. We take this Opportunity to thank you for past business and solicit a continuation of same. North Second Street R. M. ARNOLD Danville9 Kentucky -- a. t The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday, Mch 24, 1921 f To Our Friends. Wc are Installing new Interior in our Soda Fountain and hope to be ready SATURDAY to serve you better than ever before. Come in and have a good drink. , YES the same good Cream we had Fruits And Freights. When wo buy fruits In the open market we sometimes wonder If the deader Is really iiiukiiiK the tremendous profits with which he is credited. The fact has been made public that it Is cheaper to ship fruits from Africa than it Is to send them by rail from Call- fornia to New York. It is said that a bale of kooiIs can be shipped by water from New York to South America for less than it costs to trans port it from one side of the city of New York to the other. PAINT-LIC- K 1 last year. MGRoberts Drugstore BUCKEYE , daughter, Altha, spent Saturday duty which must be perform- nlcht nnd Sunday with .Mr. and Mrs. Mis Stella Doty i visitinc rela- ed, and yet one which requires Jasper .Noel in Madison County. the in tanraster and Paint I.ick. more or less of an effort. Hev. Price' subject Sumlny morn-- j L,Mti Crmcnl. Rock. Urick When we no to a show we inK will be "This do in Hemembcr- -' Hud,on ,nd Fjlrn,u ancc of .Me. bunday evening his , '"' Hev. I.ewU Thompson, of Oeorce-Mrs. subject will be "Well of llethlehem." town, is movinir this week in Owl reproduce scenes of everyday mg. .I , I Mr. and Mr. Jess Hill, Mr. and parsonage. ttr inai are uiii 10 maiiKiiui. l.l l.!. uie ,..,.1 Mr. Tnll.nll, vviimiiBf M- - ...it, M,. . ... .... , .,.It affords us the change our M Mr. Hoy .llUlfl'l II' ll'H T. 0. Hill spent Wediusday with in Lexington, the guest of Mr. natures require and we arc Mr. Walter Hrudsliaw, near Dan- day Mrs. D. and Turner. satisfied. ville. Mrs. W. H. Husell. of Dallas, Tex-- 1 W. M. S. met Thursday with, sev At every church service thi as, is expect isl this week to make an enteen member and threee visitors minister tells us something we present. Mrs. John Land led the extended visit to Iter sister, Mr. Jns. did not know before. He exInteresting paper were Turner. meetinir. Mr. Earnest Cosney entertained tracts his information from a read by Mr. Hiram Hay, Mrs. A. C. Miles, Mrs. Walter Crow, Mr. Flora at n six o'clock dinner In honor of ksource that cannot be question ed, from a book that never her guest. Miss Croushorn, of I.onK and Mis F.thel Hay. blood-hound- Simpson. ... I I C , Mr ml Mm w T Moberley. Mr. Ilud.on.nd F.rnu.jnmJ Mw u.lbm ,)nncy Dr. anil Mr, fico. Hendren visit-- ; wen. cntPrtnlnel t the home of Mr. ed Mr. Waller Davit in Ilryanttvillc j nnd Mr, UKh Molorcy Sundny. FrWoy' .Mr. Frank Hay nml sen. spent" , . onnuers cmcr-- , g.turdny .Mr. tnnt .Mr, u. .nlirht with Mr. nml Mrs tnlncd a numbur ef friend to din limner Hay. Misses Montie and nor Sumlny. Ilert Dailey were their jmest SunMr. and Mr. Tnlbett Jenkins day. visited Mr. and .Mr. Win. Jenkins in i Master Illllie Kurtz nnd Bdwnrd New by Snturdny nicnt and Sunday Tenter spent one night lust week Mr. Arthur Noel nnd family, of I with Master Itelnn and Joe Hay, Madison County are visiting Mr. nnd! and Master Holman Mc.MHIian were, Mr. L. F. llrown for evernl week. their visitor Saturday. , to... iiiiiiivii nil- - i.i.i Hev. Price, of Louisville, wn a I I.IKIHK iiii.Biiinm-inc KUest of Mr. and Mr. H. W. Snn-ithe pretty weather that has been , In der from Saturday until Monday. the past few day. They are' Mr. and Mrs. Handy Ku'rU and! rushing the plow as if they think the I family of Mercer County have been sod will get too tuff. visitlnjf Mr. and Mr. L. F. Hrown.j Mr. nnd Mr. Ollie HokIo and MAKKSBURY of niter of M ..i I Mr." Hon er Hay. ana Muster .Mim Theh .. S.nj-on were afternoon .Mr. and Mr. Hubert Carter were WcUuti Simpson guests of Mr. Jame bn.l .Monday. in Itiehmond recently, Crrmo Diiry Fred will malie your tanraster, Mr. Fteni Imhk of cow givr more milk. sjMMt Thursday hero. Iludlon & Farnau. Mr. A. C. Mile spent Friday anil MIm jlert Dailey entertained Sat- have brains Saturday In Xiehlsv1ll. Hay, system of Mies Montle .Mr. Frank UtnA bought t'teht head urday otenirm Messrs. Jeese Preston and Clyde would do .Monday. at rattle In Stanford on Miss Cynthin I'rewitt spent Sunday with Miss Klltabcth Conn. Mr. Will Noe hn rented the Hoop place near Silver Creek and mored last week. Misses Fannie Dowden nnd Marie Led ford were in Ktchmond shopping Saturday. Hev. Skaggs nnd family were din- - j ner guest of Mr. nnd Mr. Lev! I.edford Sunday. Mr. Willie Hogers nttended men' meeting In Lnncns. ter Sunday evening. Misses Avn MeWhortcr nnd Corn Jtrynnt attended preaching near Richmond Sunday night. Herbert, the little son of Mr. nnd What's the matter with our Mr. II. J. Chestnut, has been real sick, but Is better at this writing. railroad systeni, anyway? Mr. Willie linger preached at The exorbitant freight rates jn (his country are a burden (lilhert Creek church Sunday morn ing and near Richmond Sunday t(J (,u. aml ,tneri. ., , ... .... , night. ,. IVill? III tJU I lu I Ul lw I III lsll Mr. Jns. Halston nnd daughter, With all of our vaunted in- Klizahcth. Kpent Saturday night nnd telligence, we do not seem to Sumlny with her mother, Mr. W P Vulcanizing We have opened up a Vulcanizing and Tire Repair Shop in the room adjoining P. B. Williams Plumbing Shop and are equipped to do all kinds of VULCANIZING. RETREADING' AND QUARTER SECTION WORK. Our four years experience in the large Rubber Factories In Akron Ohio, enable us to do this work and guarantee it to be right. Come in and talk your tire and tube trouble with us. ,.,,., i ' enough to evolve a Anderon. distribution that Clover and Tliythy Kentucky credit to a Fiji lllue Grass, Orchard Cratt, II room ' Islander. Some day, perhaps, stockholders in our railroads will realize that a lot of useless "officials' 'are belnj: carried on the payrolls at high sal aries. I hey may even come to the conclusion that the services of half the number toiitfht be readily dispensed with, and that a reduction of about f0 per cent in the salaries of the remaining "higher tips" would iUls 1111111' III I'l'tMIIIIK . : . vaue 0f ur 1 ...: I. . t. Willi llll" services. " Why OUCh An Sometimes peoplo fcttort.' look tip- - Canr Seed, Alfalfa, Rape Seed, White Sweet Clover. lludion and Tarnu. Hev. Van Winkle nnd family were, week-enguest of Mr. ami Mr. W nro. vi. vei. nnue nere ari winkle rcntr,l tiic Iiunletl Ramsey farm. Hev. W. A. Ramsey ha resigned as principal of the Manse school Mi Mabel Hall ha taken Mr. Knm-sey- ' place and Mix Avn MeWhorler ha taken the assistant's (dare. I.edford nml Ramsey's store at Manse was robbed Saturday night. The thieve were very bold, having taken time to change clothe, leaving their old oHe in the store nnd taking a compete outfit be4de sever- ,al watches nnd a kt of other tuff. including several doien pnlr of ilk hore and about $'.'0.00 in money. At present n trace of them have been found, although they get the s early Sunday morning. I Herlidon . i it wry 'u with' I tuberculosis Master Joe Stinnett v sited Master, John Wren Sunday Mr. and Mr. Arthur Matlock visited Mrs. Weddle Sunday. Mr. Clarence Oreen ami family have moved te IincaMer. 43 pr cent I'rolrin Cotton Srrd Mfal for salr. Hudson & Farnau. Mrs. Jonathan Creeeh of Hatanl, Ky.. vtited Mr.'Sumc llnlrnmli Sunday. Mr. and Mr. J I) Carter and sn. , attended service at Wtl John more Chapel Sunday Misses Mary and Captolia Wren mted Misses and Haul Mattoek. Hall e and Sle ia C arter. Sunday ! It-- & Would Jones Is I . ajs an t tmt for wr p.. neter Im "It Changs Things Sadly, I'ulltiUT to he cremated, .'Muln. Ma,!,, ,a lie tinur 'in know we sheuM scaln. main Pheasant Mitchrrlrv The slate of tains three pheasant hatcheries, on at North .Wllliralmm one at IZasI Hamlwlfh and one nl Mnrshfletd. Out of tht Rut. The tiddler three had Jut responded to otd Klne Cole' hnrry call. "Too many strings In the hand. sstd bfs majesty, "and yon'te cot eiactly one week from now to show me some real Jauho atulT as torn off by n muted cornet, n saiophone and a set o' dmm with all the trtmfnlncs. And If you don't make gwxt, csuiools and odsbmllklna. youM do ell to settle 0,ur "fldly affair. Oct mer-ll- uffalo I.ipress. Maneliuett !",," sd CARTERS VI LLC , C S. Huop is ill at thin writ 1 I 9)11-11- PUBLIC SALE OF with relatives Saturday. truth. Turner, who i. ill at that place. . All of this is yours for the Mr. Andrew Stott was u visitor Mr. and Mr. D. Turner of Lexof Mr. Mose Hay Tuesday. ington, were here the last of the going, as free as the air that Mr. Mose Hay spent ' one nfter-noo- n week to attend the funeral of his you breathe. There is no tick recently with Mrs. Powell aunt, which occured in et taker at the door, and no Dailey. They also made a short visit to Mr. mlmissj()n js you chrtreil. Miss Jessie H. Hay and F.lmer Hay and Mrs. Hoy Moberley. ,.. welcome without a price. are were week-en- d visitor of Mr. Sim Can you ask more? Hay and family. Wat a Mammoth Elephant. Fossilized bones of a huge elephant Mr. and Mr. Klljah Mc.Mililan were Sunday visitors of Mr. John recently dlscorered In France tncludt Cause a tusk welchlnc 440 pounds and a Hay and family of Poor Hidce. tooth welching seventeen pounds. SciIn the midst of a world of Mr. nnd Mr. John Dailey nd Mr. entist! say that the nnlmnl must havt turmoil, with myriads of trials and Mrs. Allen Teater were recent ttood over thirteen feet hlsti. grows old, from the fountain-hea- d of truth and knowledge. This ti hires of the Hible con- Mis I.eola Moberley i on the sick A J' UiCl fnm"y tn,n morc thrilliK stories and "hi," week.1'' list. ' more astounding wonders thnn Powell Dailey has been sufMr. JlT'n JUrner .n.d ,dThl.ir,!ll "thcr prints of civilization fering from a severe boil. and every word Is Mr. Hiram Ijind and family were Saturday to visit his mother, Mr. combined WOLF TRAIL Mrs. Oriffet, of Lexington, iv visiting her parents, Mr. and Mr. Car- - PERSONAL ' LIVE STOCK AND PEOPSETY, FARMIMG IMPLEMENTS. Tuesday, March 29th AT TEN O'CLOCK MILE WEST OF AT MY HOME ON THE DANVILLE PIKE IN GARRARD COUNTY, I WILL SELL TO THE HICHEST BIDDER: ONE-HAL- F LAN-CASTE- For Thanks. R oiMISSHOLLADAY'SCANDIESn o FRESH m VEGETABLES Z FOR YOUR EASTER DINNER o H Lettuce, Tomatoes, Radishes, Young Onions, 13 tii o CO Cucumbers. All the delicacies of the Season. and tribulations at home, we yet are a fortunate people and there is much for which we should lie thankful. We have land that is fertile W in the essence of life. 01 We have freedom and liberty, and the unrestricted pur-su- it i of happiness. We are rich in the material things of life, and enjoy the right to worship as our conscience dictates. We are enjoying wonderful and continued prosperity while ryj, the old world totters on the brink of ruin. We are comparatively alone TO but thrice blessed in our isom lation. Wc should give thanks 2 Bay horse.' Brown saddle and work mare 1 Mare mule 60 nice ahoatt. Several fine Jersey cows and heifers (fresh.) Brood sows. Some registered Jersey bull calves. 1 1 2 1 2 1 4 2 Avery Tractor and double gang plows. Smoothing harrows. Oliver riding plow. Wheat drills. Cultipacker. Avery Cultivators (2 & 3 gang.) Corn Planters. 16x32 one piece Silo. Blizzard Ensilage Cutter. Cutting harrows. 4 Avery turning plows. 1 Dcering Binder (new) 2 Farm wagons. 1 Steel Roller. 2 if X ! A lot of other farming implements, wagon and plow gear, etc. Thews implementa nro all in Kml Hhaie and nearly new, just as kooiI ns new. Come and buy vt hum at your own prlcu and on easy terms. ' Dicky Tiger mmi urn Remember the date, TUESDAY, MARCH 29th. at 10 o'clock. after Lancaster Court Day.) , (The day Ui 2 O H & Gulley. wsaiaNvos.AvaviioHssiKwl Carrey Masaaa aaalM V, UJHma kalr-Moatavmtasrt cnwla- i- adis laasm W S jP Q. B. SW1NEBROAD LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. .W 5B asSsS.1 I The Central Racord, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Mch 24 192 Mr. and Mn. Hen Clark ndn fam 1 . PEOPLE FOR WHOM THE BEST IS NONE TOO GOOD BETTER THAN TOBACCO 3 Are always the elflrient K.mnclrlln( Department in the country. Pur Into the mode very quickly. Men' and women' garment altered In nny wny tran-formr- Concerning the ex- cellcnre of our DRY CLEANING AND DYEING We hnve one of tlie most mot rnthuaias-ti- c SINGLE CONB BROWN LEGIIORNlEGGS l !5 family were guest Saturday night and Sunday of Mr. and Mr. Leslie Hill. (irimea ami Mrs. MM Maggie Willie Spnonamore were the guests ;j Friday nnd Saturday of Mr. nnd Mr. ,". fly spent the evening Turday with Mr nnd Mr. I.uther Smith. Mr. nml Mr. Dillnrd Simpon nnd JUNIOR JUDGING ; r CONTEST HONORS Missouri Team of Three Boys CapturcM First in Passing on Dairy Cattle. PLACE 16 for $1. 100 for $5Ch Hring In n load of Tobacco nnd and trade It for egg. Henry Grime. Miss Horn l.ee IIulTmnn left Saturday far Irvin, where she will be with' her brother, Mr. "Calvin lllnck and Mrs. Itluck. Mr. ami Mr. l.nwrcnce Pollard nnd win, J. II., wore the guests Saturday night and Sunjay of Mr. nnd Mrslien I'ollnrd. Mr. Steve Walker nnd on Cecil, were visitors recently of Mr. nnd Mr. Jnme Hicks nnd Mr. nnd Mrs. Charlie Mar.Mltlian. n Mr. Slmmie Clark nnd Mls Pence of Ijinrastcr, were entertained nt the home of Ml Delia Clark Thursday evening. Mednmes J. I). Kay, Marshall Hay and Ollie Illack nnd beautiful little dughter, were the guests Friday afternoon of Mrs. W. M. Illack. nnd Mr. and Mr. Jessie Casey Saturday children were the guest night and Sunday'of Mrs. Casey's parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. J. H. Sparks. Lou-ilell- drtrcd. W ERLE C. FAKKA 5: h ILLINOIS IN SECOND We ilye fur skin nml tutli Latest stylet. TEASDALE 025 027 WALNUT STREET CINCINNATI, OHIO. Inllor malt $50,00 up. them In nny way mn or ladiri' Hox 171. Lancaster. Ky. OWK0KgX9XXgXgX0X9XgXX9 judson (Delayed.) Alice Hay I the gucit of Mr. Ilufonl .Smith. Mm. Tom I'ollnrd was the guest Tuesday eyning of Mr. Wm. Illack. Mi Spectators Wert Impressed With Uusl. of Youth, neiilike Procedure ful Judge Two Girls Fortu. nate in Winning Prises. r rtAfwA i girls' In the miimhI dalry-cntll- national Jinking M. S. HATFIELD DENTIST Off Us oeer Th Phonat Offlc 5. Mr nnd Mr. .Sunday guests of mm Matthew were Mr. Patsy Simp, I Garrard Bank. Resident 376. KENTUCKY. . Mm LANCASTER. ent. urday Etta Hill wn with hern parMr. and Mr.. Leslie Hill .Sat J, J. Byrne Exclusive. Optometrist DANVILLE, Opposite Gilcher Hotel. OffUa Hour A Mr nnd Mr. Cronley Hnrdwick have movril to the farm of Mr. Jns. tennis from lis ninny state fur I In- - Junior Jinking honors, tin1 .Missouri team of three boys won first plaee In Judging nil breeds of dairy entile, seemid plnee going to Illinois, nnd third lo Texas. A Missouri boy, Arthur liwltui, tiinde the highest Individual smrv for Jinking all breeds. Another .Mlnurl boy, Arthur llrniiett, wits eond, nnd Clar-elir- e tNirnu of Illinois i third. teamwork The nwnrds for Ihe III Judging different breeds were as whlrh mnirt, hoy' nnd In eometei The FinShMade To - Walk - On" is the floor finish Because of the superior, special varnish Lustro contains it dries' with a tough, glossy surface that wears better than hardwood itself. HANNA'S LUSTRO FINISH Lustro-Finfs- h "Made-to-Walk-0n- Hnnna's ." lct j Stone follow Ayrshire. Mnrylund; ' I (irovrr Ijihc pent the day Friday with Mr. W. L. Adam and Mr Mr and ' family Mr. James Thoma were KENTUCKY. guest Friday night of Mr. anil Mr. Sim Clark ( HUCKEYE SCHOOL NOTES Holstelus, Illinois; lhh. The contest wn conducted nt the National Dairy show by the Hoys' nnd (!lrl rluh .Mlurl; Uueni-)- , Jerwys, lo 12 and I lo S p.m. J. A. Beazlev FUNERAL DIRECTOR I OflW Over National Hank. Kr idence Phone 3. Otllce Phone 27 ' I.ANCASTEII. KY, Mr. Iluford Smith wns the guest Thursday of her parent", Mr. nml Mr John Kay. Mr anl Mr. II. M. Iine and fum- ,ly vpnt the day Sunday with Mr. and Mr Hubert Simpson. Mr. C It N'uylor and children with Mr. entp the day Tut-daNannie Itay and daughter. MM "I t Dr. Printus Call I Walker Day or 317 For Up-To-Da- tc VETERINARIAN. Answered Nl,l,l Promptly l'h..c AM AS UK KINTUCKT ( TREES! TREES! PLANTING. SPRING WRITE FOR OUR FREE CATALOG OFFERING. FRUIT AND SHADE TREES SHRUBS BLOOMING FRUITS SMALL GRAPE VINES PERENNIALS EVERGREENS HEDGING ROSES ETC. FOR Plumbing, I Heating, Guttering, Roofing, Repairing, and all kinds of Tin Work SEE OR PHONE the orchard, Everything Inwn and garden. No agent. H. F. H1LLENMEYER & SONS Lexington. Ky. iMO-10-p- d. fr P. B l.anrtrr, Ky, Quick Service and Good Work presented. Several of the Freshmen girls arc planning to keep house next year, instead of coming to school Myrtle, Hobertn nnd Hesie are tatting like they were in n great ruih to complete their. "Hope Chests." There are n few who will enter the contest, which will tnke place nt the close of this esslon of school. A prize of n five dollar gold piece will be awarded the speaker who is considered the winner by the Judges. Hire of extension work North and West, stales' relations mtIv, nnd the Mis Jessie dairy dtvfslon. bureau of nnlunil Innight. dustry, tn I ted Stales Department of of Mr. J. W. The hoy will get nwfully tired if Agriculture. Spectators Much Impreutd. in" nt every recess they hnvr to During the eofi(el were until school close. much ltnpreed ullh Ihe lniliiellke Clcmmon May Is getting way In which IliP.e youthful stock Matter along fine ,and we hope he will soon Judges went iiImiiiI their work of Judging the eight ring of auliiials, fnlt-luhe well enough to come home ' Too frequently the friend in need ring of nms and n ring of MissWcstover visited our school hulls of n eui-is the Inst one to be fiaid. of of the fijlinvlnc limil: Friday nnd we hope she pronounces Ayrshln', Uiieru,y, HoNteln nnd '. Every man is entitled fo his Just our pupils as "sound" n the averIt wns n big day's work, hut wel deserts, but very few care to collect age hoy and girl. vorth the elTurl. as nil the conteston them. Miss Price is perfectly crnxy over ants tindnilhtedly gallieil a broader In pinning our faith to Mr. Hardnil know she is In knowhike of Juilstng dairy rows her kids. They ing , we nre hoping that the pin she through contact with excellent type .tympathy with them, became of rattle, eerleiinHl Jinlees. and doesn't bend. talks to thc(g so kindly. thnmgh other iililinlinnl features. people Some take themselves Irene has been wishing for the Aiming the l.'i riinletnuts were two "butterflies" to come and wc think girls. One of the glrK Helen (Ireen-le- seriously because no one clic is wilof Ohio, fu nil lied n siirprlv by ling to take them nt all. she had the luck of seeing one Sun- Inking first plnre In the Judging of day evening, she caught it, too. A public man is a public target, Jervy rattle, while pearl Haker The high school pupils were lucky1 Michigan won the limine medal for but sometimes his hide is too thick enough to get their parents here Judging ItUernseys. for the shafts to penetrate. last Friday evening, to enable their: Contest Far.Reaching In Effect. The wise mnn never tell nil that room to receive the picture, which' The Juds.ug work at Ihe dairy show, As long""! he keeps you he knows. the Parent Teacher's Association while n great lielietlt to these boys ninrT girls who took part In It, was only n guessing he has you coming. (Delayed.) H. Dailcy-Tucsda- is the right brand for any interior wood finishing you have to do. It will stain and varnish the wood surface at one application. Comes in Oak, Cherry, Mahogany, Walnut, etc. Sold By Hay wns n guest CONN BROS. Kentucky. Apparently Japan hesitates to shy her hat into the American ring, lest we discover it before she can jerk It out ngain. Lancaster, "it sps-taor- s Cracks at Creation. Jer-M'J- e -- rBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBV bVbbbbst i VbVbBBbV vyaFa Our Good Percheron Stallion HAWK will make the enson of IK2I at our barn, 3 mile below Huckeye on the Huckeye and Ijincaster pike on the ' aH KM ' BBiM rB Judging Few of u.s ever receive whnt we really deserve in this life, but we often get what rightfully belongs to the other fellow. In order to sustain our reputation ns a humane man, wc nre maintian-- . ing n discreet silence on the subject of liberty bonds. At last wc nre witnessing that phenomenon known as the calm that .follows the storm. Mexico hasn't erupted since the last time. We, however, are not prepared to approve the enforcement of prohibition to the exclusion of .the bottle. There are a lot of babies yet to be Most men have n generous streak raised. In their makeup. They are prolific Every native born American is a in the giving of free ndvicc. potential president in the making. Throughout the woVld there is n Hut calm your fears It takes a deal silver lining to every cloud, except of making to land him in the white . that In America it is generally gold. house. Here's nn honest confession. We Come to think of it, this country is as "dry" as n powder horn that is nre firmly convinced that prices in half filled with the essence of wet- genera I should be reduced, but candidly, wc prefer to let you do It ness. We aint no (Jcorge. , . One of the greatest trials of life first. is the fact that our virtues arc never Dont get Take It tully understood until nfter we nre nil fussed up because your wife has dead. just paid you one of those delicate Never culnplnln to an editor that comp liments she used to hand out he does not print all the news. He before the preacher collected his fee. Tomorrow you will know how much might do so much to your It costs. easy,-brother. following terms: $5.00 lo lx paid when mar ! sarvrd ami $5.00 more whrn colt it hava foalrd. Party's ownlnf mar lha privilri of brrdinc throughout tha ution, but no refund will ! with made, should marr not pro foal. HAWK is by Undarn 1 1517, he sred by Fllo lie Dominant USVo, he by Dominant, by HlenfnUant, by Vermouth, by Vidoco, by Coco the Second, he by Vlex Chaslln, by Coco 712, by Mlgnon. by Jean l.e H!an His dam is Ijin.larn 770U. She by Kxtrndor 2423, nnd out of Linnet II., by Ltesure II., nnd out of Llesure H., sired by St. Cullalle. Iiuntant. and out of Kvnnllnu H. 015. Site by Tucheau and dam lloquet H'ji The sire of TnchenU and sire of Is Favora 1st,, 7'JS, lloquet, Coco the Second, HAWK'S K'dlgree stands with-ou- t n peer nmong the best horses In ySaaHl. j I aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaV. Winning Honor In Stock Contest small part of the contest which, lieglunlng In the local hoys' nnd girls' clubs In many hundreds of s communities, progtvsed to the for county supremacy, mid then to the state clmmplouhlp, many of which were finally settled nt the Male fairs. Thee state champion learns were the ones sent to com-4for tjnllonal honors at the dairy show. In the contest last year only sis were entered, Individual from n many stntes, while this year 15 states were represented with teams of thrtv each. These 15 contestants were the guests, of tlu National Dairy association for Ave days, and wore tnken by Ihe nssoclntlon on n tour of the packing mnl machinery plants, nml on automobile tours of the city. On the day following the contest they participated In n bnuiiiet, where the awards were presented by rcrcscntatlvcs of the various ironor. con-testti aftaalllBallHHH. COMMISSIONERS RENTAL v OF LAND. aHHHIIIII aBB aBBl GARRAKD CIRCUIT COURT James H. Dunn, et al PlelLs. Vs. Notice of Rental K. Dunn, Devisee, Defts. aUBHH Persuant to nn order of the Garrard Circuit Court rendered nt its present March, 1921 term, tho undersigned ns Commis. sioncr will on INFLUENCE OF LOAD ON PULL Kentucky. THE PINE JACK June 15, 1010. hands high, black with white points, large bones, big feet and very uctive. He will make the Season on the following terms: $5.00 to Im paid whan mar it served and $5.00 mora when c oil li foaled. Patty's own. in maras have tha privilege of breeding thru, out the season, but no refund will be made, should mar not prove with foal. Sired by Payne McConnel's jack, known to be an excellent breeder. His first dam was by (leorge llallard's big jack second dam by Holla-da- y Tuscro he by Locknane's Tuscaro ,he by 's Tuscarora that sqld for $4000. Locknane's dam was Samuel Hays premium Jen was foaled He is nearly 10 Bid FELLOW Holla-day- 's net, her dam Clay's Imported Jennctt. Tus'caro'a dam by Wright & Price's Compromise, running to Clay's Imported Warrler. Hlg Fellows third dam by Wellington, he by Hramlct's Lord Wellington, known as Peter premium and sweepstalte jack, he by Imported Swinlh Jack Moro Castle, dam Lady Jane, Imported at the same time. Fourth dam by Illack Sampson. You see that Hlg Fellow has as good blood as nny Jack in the State. Balance of money due when mare is parted with, or bred to another horse or jack. Lien retained on colt until service fee Is paid. Care taken to prevent accidents, but not responsible should any occur. Harder to Haul Wagon When Oulk of Load Is PUced Near Front, Siys Iowa College. Saturday, March ?6th, '21 AT 1:30 P. M. in front of the Court House door in Lancaster, Ky., rent to the highest and best bidder for grazing purposes only, 150 acres of P.0MC387.H. RAY and AMON, BackeycKys TeM recently conductcl nt lown .State college show that a uagon pultx harder when the-- bulk of the load Is lnced over Ihe front wheels than when It Is loaded over the rear ones. The nctual difference In (Hiunil of pull amount to nearly n hundred Miuiid, so that the man who carried the load from the rear of a wagon to the front not only works harder himself but he causes more worl to be done by the team as well. Orc of the reasons for this, say the testers, Is that Hit front wheels are smaller and that they open up tracks for the rear ones. Where trucks are used It Is of an advantage to load on the rear since It aids In the traction and keep tile wheels ou the ground. land, on the new Danville nml Lancaster pikes, in Garrard Cd. Ky adjoining the lands of Wesley Sutton, Wntkins Bros, and T. M. Arnold. The lessee will be required to execute bond with approved security for the rental price and the faithful performance of the contract. W. H. BROWN, Master Com. G. C. C. BECOMING TO MATRONS The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky.. Thursday Men 241 92 1 We want to Estimate' your Lumber Bill. None too Uncle Classified Column KATES 1 lare or small to fill. HUMOR OF BOYS ATA Siiigle insertions Ic a word No ad taken for less than 20c In this column. No ndi in this column charged. Everything In line art of dressing up to one's dliniltlnl, lirlllituit ami 'emitlful hat for middle life Mit"n wear Mich lovely ami fluttering bit if millinery as the Imt nt the top of the group nlmve with braid crown and mullne brim In brawn. A wreath of Inferperwd with metnllle silk pratM-.Ihen it with rich color. The hat nt tin' loft U u favorite with hrini ami a raft rnmr. of silk brant T!- Vf Ihij- '"'f trouble If hi the retired merchant, "lie's always play I iik' Idiotic trlcki on mo. and I'm getting tired of It. ThU morning, ni I Mo door iieliihtHir bai n n going to get Inti doesn't reform." Mid Seven insertions for the price of five. Phone orders must be paid promptly. It jt It XJI.XK H lOOCXXIf V MM IfM KK M KKJOOC wiin leu 1 nt; no- - demands LUMBER Laths Shingles Sash Doors Roofing I home, found my fmnt gate nailed shut, nnd I hud to I'llmli over $1.00 Pure llred White Kck eggs at per setting. I'haiic .107. Mrs. II. P. Swope. It, nw hie Quality Is High g Look Tlio liririK Up-S- ee Something. test and surest way to protpurity back nsnih U for overbody to believe in it and talk about it. Growling and Kiumblinjr does a lot or Harm and no jfotvd. nothing It produce but further esnvse for com-plain- Price is Not t. The raj's of the sun may be peeping through the clouds that seek to obscure it, but we cannot sec it as long as we keep looking at the mud be- BASYIN A THREE i LUMBER . neath our feet. Look up and you wil something. n.t n.her W .in, I . iH-- ti t- e: 'lp'tn f ,in. i n, 1 see We MINUTE SERMON "Despising Mother." (By Geo. Oowen.) "Despise not thy mothar when she old." (Prov. 23:22.) She nm W I and in comparison with tin ourir and gay yon amy see little and beauty in her; the flush .ii ave fa.led from her cheek, nml " "aitri may hava vanished from Hie step that was once free boun.luig may ht slaw and full f wanness; the voice that was :kc musical may b choked with r.cf and shattered by age; but it is not for you to despise her in her weakness, weariness and infirmity. Your mother has seen mure of life than jou have, and "wise in your own conceit" as you may' be, she ts wiser far than you. She has seen life' lights and shades, its joys and sorrows; has been tried with sore and bitter trials; has looked down through the blinding tears Into the open graves of those she loved; has seen friends come and go; has watch, ed by the sick nnd closed the eyes of the dying; has cared for you in the hours of Infancy, feebleness and helplessness; has lavished upon you the love of her heart, the freshness, the strength and beauty of her life; has sacrificed comforts, pleasures and prospects, that she might gratify your desires; and it is not for you to "despise her when she is ofd." You may deem yourself Independent; you may think that you do not need her counsels or her aid; but this is more than you can tell. Theru may be times, when beauty will have faded, and health and friendship will have panned nwny, and your sad, yearning, broken heart, will pine again for a mother's patience n mother' tenderness, n mother's love. Others may smile on you in the day of prosperity, and turn from you when the storms of udvcrslty gather, but when every earthly friend forsakes, u mother's heart still beats with tender sympathy, and n mother's hands are still to comfort, sue-co- r and sustain. Despise not thy mother when she Is OLD." She may have "outlived her usefulness," she may have neither strength or beauty; she may be unable to comfort or to charm; but still in her weakness she can PKAY. And when the shadows gather around you, aud every earthly hope seems failing, you will prize then, in All its richness, the blessing of a mother's prayers. "Despise not thy MOTH Kit." She has home you in her arms and on her heart through years of care and conflict; she still bears you in the arms of sympathy nnd her love. Others may forget you but she will )r i ' K Mg. be her i. tr.-e- t u tr.i W "lit l n n.i'.K i FORECASTING SPRING ih iru l!M. 2 Wi.i1 1 gim Eyes Tested Glasses fitted TtNMthr ure jt.ung (iarrani Milling Cam rat ay. t my- up n Jot, nn me. Mint I'UM 4 tt. "elf Retting 'mad. 1 mull inmsi- - of my rxpluiji when I u a tail, umt a urrot nf gwMl irssM, I anv tint i tml.li tm to fonn-- t My troiibl"-- . WaUre4 by far cattle "1 rtesH .Hkliic thriMiKti an in Mrs. Virtarta Aaderacm rrrak. .ISlim latt etetiltut. awl kuw the ' PrtNHriMfttl, Ky. of a lot of lixii whn fell oil t e arih many jium 'Vhy iik. on FOIt &LB:-M- y kwe mrti ami wiHn In my .ttaaford strMt. Well I snafued. 'clMHOtlnyH, himI I had ti)wl trtrka llajrskm I.aavall erj tMH- - n tnem: im with mal- Tarm liberal. ti ice afMvltMHiatit, hnt jnl Ukhii a kid Mtt have ht fttn. Rhsala labisMl PM "riH're a t frasn of oM Aunt llflxy, wba tu rww in iar Ihw wure bml S. C. It. I. tt. il.M nar nee In a wkll. on a vtalt. and a wnm settmst af IS. Mmmhy tO--J. as Ih chhh' itf tin A rtmra f Mr. K. W. fwrkins. Ih i.u Stw km-- a Ihw 1h in IkMlC Htyantswtilr, Ky. anyhaMly ehv ami k Ha lrllrr than alwa rrttlrl 4mc my wmtkur' met If (t.M Piftawa Marrvd IUeti odn. VhMwr MHllHr artnt ta do njllilnt. A on I lbnqr wmsM takv 11.-- Flack isssamcJKi issd O. K'd ky Mr. t'sMMrin, $iaUat hi aeisltry, Ixiag- out of her banti. usiylMI wimW Mra. V, D. O'llaswtt. ww the rtht wmy Ih M. tua. "I had hearil ..nwirtHT thst If S I7 d Unraatar. Ky. put ii dnt Im at acrtle acM III . a BalU I Mat itkm W nf BI'FP I.RCIIORN KG(i8: Pram Original 'Limerick." never naskw hsMtrr. I luui a fttwal the aet s ram of byeri, from in The uunl Is laid I" I td for krpt tncstl My pnnsrfteld. Ohm Hatcbary. adoji"! as a turnx-- f..r a certain kind on lite wher wrh fn. l. and Hv Iswfal. iHei wmtM rhyin. of ri.n-cr- e mi old tfcia. hens nav rSn tl.99 ng tnrrcnt In Iriiind vthlch had the j l Hie - mortilnc SMSxr mtil hi wwilrt for It. at my hams. lint,- in rliani. ami nt thlaa f aim' vervj eniirn-t- . n. contained Price. Paint l.iek. Ky.. H. So. 1 reatty. I km-tttat aa swmi a tt R Hi plure ristm "l.tntfU-k.17 St.p.1 mml want to larlM Aur.l llrty ,iHm Mr how ll ahimld m tUmm, w when t bad a rtmiw-H- . I druwd Man mm rf tH m-Into llw rhnnt. wMek wan TO "I.lWr) OX GOOD KAKMS. one itt Itttw M aprittstt attalrft, wtth A II yatsn ttaaa. h dasher Uiat yn worW.t up ami . T. KAtfULK COstsUWPOKDCNT .ntt!Hiitll ih.. Imlter Kt2 Fayatta Natismal Bank "Motlier amltvl hrrMt tm a atnni you Lime Cement broke sty tiirk doing It." "I wouldn't gie three cets for n boy who dhln t pluy tricks," n- pi ntl the lititet "I t'XUit'lter. Jtrtl were H the n k ddy u if thew wbe Vlieneer u boy 11 1 and nearly I am standing a Registered Jersey Na, Itslefgh Hull, Hanging I'nrk. 187,0th at 11.00. J. K. Sanders llubbfe, Ky. CM7.l2.pd.) white I'Oll SAl.Ki fencing, gate slntt, Imxing ami ing any length iltw4rc4. (117-Wt.m- l) (! aak fram- Mike ICmjtera, I.FMWs4er, Ky. A rht Ses1. lot uf god IIAV far anttle. - OaU. Clovvr Mil Stucco Tiling Brick iri Hi-In- ru wi ud Mr CO. R. ie yi Tt-p- re-am- iin-oi- j f w I tmjm m iktbiucit t nn. aiMt I c t; 2 By Experienced and Registered Optician. Will ba at Kengarlan Hotel April 7th, 8th, 9th At Buckeye, April 12th and 13th, At Paint Lick, April J5th and 16th. J. M. Metqalf, Optician. FOR KENT: -- IUst on Richmond h. ii mi. j4m- did Hilm im know a little more alwiat rimming l tun an)!"!)' Straat Uiitrniakd fanr room, and rt of tlto all eosnincs. nf her wrlaltt In that Ptwntsw two It. my ilwir.' said coiinirj-- . U4 me tvMM. roeKlm hatl and bath. he 'and I'll Iwve Imtler In vn Pamaawlaii itist af AprH. AsMrwaa So she took iiilnilti'1 by the clink Mm. R Qlsun linltf of tlie dMkher ami Imwiii lalHliic I'.tssiiiiand. Ky. away with It. Site workwl awl worked, , nnd the sweat Itegan rolling ibmn her - lletv ratne attat. and Mkl that wtiftV he wa a minki ami uninwaniUsc rhiimlna, and hm A ant LKAWCTON. KY. it 3-- 1 ma. a faee. uih! eery once In a while she'd what lift the lid of the rhurn to tilled the doggone rrrnm, nnd then he'd jHiur In crime idd water, nnd then Nune hot water, and tie more she uretlnl nway, the lea sign of EASTER FOOTWEAR TOO e This lovely frock of gray may be taken us a criterion of thi! spring styles for afternoon wear. It fulllIU all the requirement of thu mode, beginning 'villi the most and thut U simplicity. It bodice, fastening on has a the shoulder, u Ions tunic laid In jilults and a plain underskirt. Item ecu the high and the low waistline It choose the latter aud makes a coin promise between lone and short crepe-de-chinllp-ov- AND BEAUTIES BEAUTIES IN LOOKS, BEAUTIES IN QUALITY. BEAUTIES IN PRICE. r length, hvves with the ilarlug style. Sprint; Is written In alt its details but emphasized In the eyelet embroidery and silk disks that make up Its decorations. The odd opening at the front, which distinguishes this dress, revealing u little vestee of lace. Is a feature of the new styles. Often It glimpses a bright color. three-quartebutton-trimme- Still trimming our nricat and Hot our custamiirs, selllim many srtlclns at cost and beluw cost. Manure spreaders, (tiding and walking plows, Lightning Hay llalers, Dmk and butter wn there. Smoothing HarrowK. stvis. narnoM. d "She whanged nway at that chuni for two hotira and Hardware and everything In the J. It. Mount A-- Ca. couliln'l get results, and she wn so Plow line. mad nnd disgusted over It she want-ti- l to puck her trunk nnd go buck Exchange. home. Mother saw me rolling around up with unIn the )nrd all doubled The Indies of the Pleasant (Jreve holy mirth, ami she renllted nt once, church will conduct nn exchange at I wa by deductive reasoning, thut tioodloe and Wnlker Ilros. store next resHinlble, unci the licking I got that Saturday when most everything In evening took the edge off my sense the eating lln) can be purchased at of humor for three week. "Another time. Uncle James wa vis- a moderate price. iting us. lie used to sit In a mtle chair under nn apple tree mid iloie. Sale, Danville Busi after dinner, lie bnd n buld bead, off after he and his hat always slid ness hud snored a few times. One day I The three-storbrick business sneaked up behind him with a feather und began tickling his hetul. Ile'il house, located one door Kast of the slap Ids dome of thought und cus elsh iseman Company, one of it little, and then doze iigaln. when 1 the choicest locations on Main street. would get busy with the feather. That right, terms to suit. Phone went on for iulle u while, nnd I was Price having the time of my life. I never or write, J. H. Letcher & Co. Agents, It. Danville, Ky. heard any language more highly colored than Uncle Juine put up. him saying ".My mother heard S. C. Rhode things, and came to the door nnd asked him what was the matter, and he Reds. ding-htite- si For Property. y Unsstrnly moned htm for mini; ahutlve lauguac It sem a pity that pedestrians can Dot be knocked down without sliowloj their temper like ihlt. London I'unch A tax driter who knocked a mac down In flracechurch street has sum- Tmpr. We have just received a big newjshlp-men- t lopsided lly w said a chewing his Scalp off lie had chuscd It away three million times, but It came hack. I got another lick-in- g that night, and my mind wits occupied with serious things for a month." ding-donge- Island Notice. All persons having claims against S T. Leavel, ileceaied, or his estate, are hereby notified to present same, properly proven, as required by law, to J. V. Elmore, at The Garrard Hank and Trust Co., Lancaster, Ky., or to Chas. C. Fox, Atty., Danville, Ky., not later than the 1st. day of May 1921. Given under my hand this ISth. day of March, 1021. of BALL BAND SHOES for Ladles.Gents and children, which are muctf cheaperithan here-to-for- e. Our Idea of a simp Is a imin who marries u lady lawyer and then tries to mako an ullhl stick. Dallas News. A' Simpleton. My Iteds are of the highest iiunl- Ity. Ilred from my State Fair winners. Good laying; strain. Kggs for hatching, $2.00 for 15 nnd up. Cockerels for sale $3.00 each. W. A. iCnmscy, Paint Lick, Ky. Houte No. 2. (3. 10 fit, pd.) t About Call arid get a pair for Easter. Top!" TwcntnlahL Tiros. S. Pieratt "What are the middle agear "Why, the middle ages, my boy. are the ones yrhlch, when the women reach, they stop countlBf." Yookera ' Htstesmsn. A Posslbla Trouktt. Mtscglni It's srrnofe that Wigwag doesu't succeed, lie seems to have no (Uaculty la catcfclac ou. BBffuu Maybe tht troubta Is Itt docsa't know when 19 let go. "Yes, my son." Jesse II. Walden, Kxecutor of S. T. Leave, deceased. U BUCKEYE, KENTUCKY. Gel busy, keep busy. Is your iob unsafe? Is it permanent? You want u life long business? You can get Into such a business, selling more than IU7 Watkins Produce direct to farmers If you own auto or team or can et one; If you are under 80 and rnn give bond With norsonal We back you with blf sureties. selling helps: 62 years in business: 20,000.000 Users of our nm.lnMi. Write for Information where you can get territory. J. R. Wstklhi Co.. Department III, Winona, Minn. v (3;10.4t,pd.)