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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): April 7, 1921 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1921 cen1921040701_sn86069201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): April 7, 1921 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1921 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. THE CENTRAL RECORD. THIRTY SECOND YEAR LANCASTER. KY., THURSDAY AFTERNOON. APRIL 7. 1921. NUMBER !. YOUNG LIFE L. H. S. WINS WILSON, N. C. HOMESERVICE FIRST WOMAN THE STORY OF FEDERAL HILL Claims Weed Leader- Called Into The Great Board For Salvation Capt. Cochran Nine Who Is Candidate For Beyond. ship. Army Organized. Proves A Good One. Sheriff. And The Birth Of "My C., Ily sellAbout noon Sunday, April 3rd., Will Brini Great Influence For Up. Winston Salem, The Iancaitcr High School Base Mrs. John Rtnner Civet Htr Old Kentucky ing more than (12,000,000 pounds of the Death Angel, with allent tread, Rail Threlkcld .V. Pitt-For- m Home." About one mile from Bardttown, over the1iorsc shoo bend in Beech Fork Ulvcr, In Nelson county, Ky., t the old Rowan estate and home of "Federal Hill,' 'famous In song nml itory nnd picture at the place where In the lummrr of 1852 Strph-r- n Colllnt Foster wrote the word and muilc of "My Old Kentucky Home." Thli It the house and of 23(1 acrrt which the peoyle of Kentucky re Invited to purchase Receives and preserve at a state pnrk In honor of the ton. It In one of the most Promotion. historic placet In the whole Middle back to 1705 when John Wett, dating The many friends of Mr. Joe M. Itowan. then a brilliant young law- Kavanaugh will be delighted to yer, bom In IVnmylvnnia, built It learn of hi promotion in the FedIn the mi'ltt of a 1,500 acre planta- eral Service. Mr. Kavanaugh is tion and made t the center of politi- considered one of the best men in cal, Ick1 and toclal life of the Ken- the Federal Prohibition Service, and tucky of the olden time. ha quite an experience in the mounJudge Itowan wat to become a con- tains and elsewhere. Until hi last Senator, promotion he ha made Lexington his gressman, United State Chief Justice of the State and to headquarter, l.ouitvillc is now his die a Commissioner of the United headquarter and he work out of State to define the boundary line of that city for the dy only. Mexico In an rlTort to avoid the war of 1H47, He wat n great lawyer, Notice famou In thu practice of civil and A meeting of nil farmers of (Jar-rar- d criminal law, itrong before Jurie County, who desire to obtain liecaute of hi profound reaoning a loan through the Federal Unil and eloquence. At fourteen he had Hank of Louisville, Ky., or Mho may with hltfath er fought Indian in the organization of He be interested in the "hot. "West and wat u dead a Farm Loan Aiuociatlon, or who fought oneof the rarllett and moit may hereafter desire to obtain loan deadly dual In the tate' hlitory is railed for FKIDAY, APItIL 8th., .and In hi will left hi dueltlng pis3 o'clock at the Court House in tol to hi eltleit ion to be handed at down and uied only in "the defence All matter pertaining to obtainof hi honor." The will it record- ing loans and the organization of a In Louisville. ed Farm Loan Association will be exJudge Ilowan loved the practice of plained at this meeting. law and tried to avoid public ofTire. Some of the greatest early lawyer 111. W. S. Fish of Kentucky studied in his office. Friends nnd relative in (inrrard He accumulated a great fortune for In narticu those day. He had a residence In t eountv and in lar will be sorry to learn of the criti Louisville and made It hit home tar W, S. Fish, who has tome yean, dying there In 1843. cal illness of Lafayette on hit visit-I- been lying unconscious In the St. He entertained 1H24, paying all the public ex- Joseph tiospital at Iexjngton since pense and taking him to Federal last Saturday. He sulTered an atHill for a rest. Judge Itowan l tack while In Somerset last Tuesday buried in the family cemetery at a week ago and waa taken immedichildren and ately to Lexington. He is one of the FeJvrnl Hill. HI grandchildren have married" into government federal narcotic olTlcers noble families In Kurope and have and i said to have been one of the won distinction In many way. One best In the service. He is a of Mr. It. It. Denton of this city. married a grandee of Spain and waa Queen, anto tho other wa a Prince Itotpiglioso of. known In every' clime. There has been no change at FedItaly and other married into Engeral Hill since the song was written, lish and French peerage. "Young John" Kowan, who suc- except in the woods nnd fields. The ceeded hit father on the Federal Hill Attic of the house was destroyed by estate, wat remarkably handtome, lire during the Civil war. Otherwise He, too the old Kentucky home Is "My Old accomplished and eloquent'. wat n duellist and a dead shot. He Kentucky Home," as Foster saw it in declined a nomination for governor the glamor, glory, beauty and pathos and to congress and refused all office of old slave times. In the lofty except once to carry his district for feudal hall ttandt In the tame spot the legislature. President Hllmore the antique secretaire where tradiInduced him to become minister to tion says Foster sat and made the the two Sicilies where he lived for final neat copy of the great song. several years, at Naples and Home The first rough manuscript ho gave to hit coutin. It wat preserved and returned In 18512. The old home at Federal Hill It there but wa lost in the fire togethfilled with history. General William er with the goldheaded cane left to Lytic, wat a nephew of the elder the elder Itowan by John Fitch, inItowan and often visited there. He ventor of the steamboat. Other wrote the famout poem "I am Dying, souvenirs of Interest and value were Egypt, Dying." There vitlted Theo also destroyed. Foster wrote the song in late Audore O'Hara, author of the "IMvouac of the Dead." The house it filled gust or early September 1852. In with antique mahogany nnd rose- 10 It) Mr. linker Smith, n well known wood furniture, fine paintings and resident of llardstown, then in hit historic souvenirs. It it essentially Kth year and still nllve, wna proba manor house of the old type, well ably the only Ifving person who represerved and crowded with tradi- membered the first singing of ".My tions, tragic, romantic and historic. Old Kentucky Home." Ile recalled Stephen C. Foster was not a Ken- - that there was a gay house party He as born on the of young folks, among them n young tuckian. fiftieth anniversary of the Declara- girl with n beautiful voice. Foster tion of Independence In 1820, in a coached her In its rendition, accomvillage near Pittsburg. He was a panied her on the piano nnd during cousin of the Rowantlhrough tho an intermission in dancing she sang llnrclay family of Pennsylvania. One the song for the first time to n listenof Foster' titter, Charlotte, who ing public. It was Federal Hill had n beautiful voice and musical transmuted into music and poetry. talent of hrr own, died at nineteen The world has been singing and playwhile sho was visiting the Kowant ing It every since. Foster wat then twenty-siyears in Louisville at the home across tho street from the Catholic Cathedral old In the height of his fame. He In Fifth Street. Foster went to Fed-cr- had. been composing Industriously tour, since he was twenty and his songs Hill on hit honey-moo- n ile wait visiting hi kinsman, tho were sung everywhere. "My Old younger John Itowan, there In 1852 Kentucky Home" was published four when the picture of life about him months after it was written. Its inipircd the writing of the immortal career of Immortality at onco began, aong, "My Old Kentucky Home." nnd tho song of Kentucky lint now He generally composed music, wan- become a national anthem and a dering with hi flute. There at Fed- world expression of home sentiment. eral Hill ha aaw the com top ripe, It is all this concentrated history, the meadow In the bloom, the young tradition and romance expressed in folks rolling on the little cabin floor tho beautiful song that Kentuckians In the slave quarter. From these everywhere are Invited to preserve materials sprang the words nd music 10 aieuund qt u a)njJjid put that have long go become the prop- Federal Hill at a state shrine for erty of the world nd made Kentucky future generation. es-ta- te leaf tobacco this season Wilton, N. C. claims the tllstlnrtfon of being tint world's greatest leaf tobacco market. pound This city with (10,544,(00 and Durham with over 55,000,000 claim rank of second and third, respectively. The tobacco sold here brought an average of S21.CH per hundred pounds as against I I8.U4 nvrragp last ear when the total amount sot t wa 33,000,000 pound. joe kavanauqh Handsome To Farmers. Very son-in-la- Lift Work. visited the home of Mr. and Mr. Victor Sanders, of this county and A local organization for Salvation claimed for His own, Matter Charles organized at a Sanders, their bright and beautiful Army service wa boy. meeting of about twenty citizens of Had hclivcd until June, Charles the town Inst night, which it a reyears old. He sult of a national campaign to bring would have been wa the Joy and pride of his mother to the very small towns nnd rural and father. It is a great grief to communities all of the service that them, .and their many kindred nnd has proved highly successful and n friends, for this promising child to wonderful force for good in the big hnve been stricken down In his In- cities, nnd 1s now being conducted fancy. His death came as n distinct by the Salvation Army. Mr. Youngdahl of the Cinshock to all. He had been ill for only two day nnd his condition did cinnati headquarters has been in Ike not seem to be seriou until Just a city for the past few days working up the organization, and with bis few hour before hi demise. The brevity of the illness only adds sincerity, earnestness and enthusiasm to the sorrow of hi loving parent. it has cnstillcd the good work into The ympathy of their many friends many of our local citizens, wlAj are I extended the bereaved ones In very enthusiastic over the organizatheir hour of sorrow. tion of a local board to help forward The mortal remain of Charles the splendid work of the Salvation were laid to rett in the I.ancatcr Army. Ilrigadler Herbert Roberts, cemetery after a brief service by Itev. C. I). Strother. Hut his sweet Commander of the Army at tittle spirit has gone forever with Cincinnati, whose territory comprises God, nriil his little body awaiU the Western Ohio and all Kentucky, Is Resurrection Morn. at the head of the movement which "Sleep on, beloved, sleep nnd take is expected to benefit every cross thy rest; roads hamlet, every farm In their dis .ay down thy head upon the Savior's trict. A similar undertaking has been breast; We love the well, but Jesus loves launched throughout the entire United States and expert organizers are thee best, (ood-nlght- l being sent everywhere to the end Only gooibnlght, beloved. not fare- that the Salvation Army "Illue well! KUonnct" may be brought to every A little while, and all his saints shall door in the land, even the humblest dwell door. According to Ilrigadler Roberts, In hallowed union Indivisible. the Borne Service Program of the Army will place its trained officers and its institutional service at the Letcher. disposal of every community advisMrs. K. I Owsley was called to ory board which with nnd Louisville Sunday by ami ijrc representative of the Army. Mr. lien These are small volunteer bodies of death of her brother, Letcher. The funeral took place in men nnd women who have distingul.ouisville Tuesday afternoon. Mr. ished themselves by their communand Letcher was raised In ity leadership und by the confidence was honest In alt things, loyal to nnd trust reposed in them by their friends, and beloved fellow principles and citizens at home. by everyone who came in touch with Ilrigadler and Mrs. Roberts say him. He was a man of pure life and that the contemplated work of the high Christisn Ideals, lie was never Army will be the first of the kind known to do an unworthy act. His ever attempted by a national organ! sitter and widow have heart felt zation. In other words, they ex sympathy In their great bereavement. plain, the Army will endeavor to handle cases in sections which at Notes present arc not equipped for stfch It it expected that Rev. M. M. Mc service and thus endeavor to become Farland, of Louisville, Ky., a repre- the "one best friend" of every man, sentative of the Itaptist State Hoard woman and cihld. will preach at the Itaptist church A Home Service Advisory Hoard Sunday. We are earnestly desirous of the Salvation Army that was or of having all of the Baptist of the ganized last night, consist of the fol community present. lowing officers: President, R. II ltatson; Vice President, Mrs. Ed Gaines; Secretary-Treasure- r, W. S, Hopper. forty-on- e relatives, About Chairman of tho following standgrandchildren and surprised llrothcr G. W. ing committees; Organization, Miss Thompson, at hit home near llourne, Helen Gill; Education, Prof. Paul being in Hoyd; Meetings, A. D. Joseph; last Friday, the occasion honor of hit 80th. birthday. It Speakers. W. F. Champ; Publicity, wat n happy day indeed for all those R. L. Elkin; Service, Dr. J. E. Ed who attended, and a Joyous one it wards; Finance, W. A. Farnau. Another meeting of the board will was for llrothcr Thompson, who has more friends in the county than be held Wednesday evening, April most anyone we know of Just now, 20th, to make the final details to and all are wishing for him many put on the annual drive, which will more birth anniversaries and still be made April 24th. to 26th. All many years of usefulness, happiness interested In this splendid work are which he hasso gen- urgeil to meet with the board at this erously bestowed upon others, in the time. four score and tlx years he has To Next lived among us. Divi-slonal Good-night!" the-HIne- s team defeated the Select School of N'lcholasville on the local diamond last Friday afterncbn by the score of 25 to 5. The local lads have been practicing for some time and they proved Friday that their practice was not in vain. "Rattle" started the game and pitched good ball, until the Cth. inning when Conch Whittaker put "Chief" Ilratton In the box for two innings and then finl.hcs with Cox at the mound. The game was a dandy one and all the local lads are asking is that they get the support of the local fans. Tomorrow, (Friday) they will cross bats with the Paint Lick High School bunch. The following is the line-u- p for Friday's game: Cocharn, Capt. C, Cox. P.; Crutchflcid, 1st. II.; Henry 2nd. .; Holtzclaw, S. S.; Anderson, 3rd; Feildders, Daniels, Ilratton and Whittaker. To Rockcaill County Voters. a candidate for sheriff In Kentucky, so" far as known, Is Mrs. John Ren-ne- r, of Rockcastle county, who made The first womanto announce as Un-plr- e. FISCAL COURT In Session This Week. The Garrard county Fiscal Court met last Tuesday morning, it being the regular April term of the court to pass on claims, fix the levy for 1921 and for the final settlement with the sheriff. Most of Tuesday was taken up with claims, which were allowed. The court also voted an appropriation of $500.00 to the Red Cross work, which during the past year has been supported wholly by the local organization of the society. Court was adjourned over until Friday, when the settlement with the county sheriff will be taken up and the levy for the ensuing year fixed. Measuring Bee. Measuring Uee was conducted at the Methodist church last Tuesday ,nlght which proved both entertain ing to the guests and profitable to the hosts. Upon entering the church, each person was measured, and was charg ed five cents n foot, for each foot in height nnd one cent an inch for each additional odd inch. The pro cceds will go toward papering the parsonage. A Up-To-Date Baptist Church Merchants Honored Birthday s, The Business Men of our City arc giving their places of business a treat to a coat of paint, if the other merchants will fall in line and give theirs the same, the "City Dads" keep the square clean, it will soon be known as "Park Beautiful" instead of Public Square. her formal announcement with her picture, etc., In the Mt. Vernon Signal Saturday, Mrs. Renncr Issues a strong card to the voters, In which she says she will have two good, sober men to do the riding as depu-tieShe Is a if she is elected. candidate for the republican nomination, of course, as a democrat rarely has a chance in Rockcastle county. Among other things, Mrs. Renncr has tills of interest In her card to the voters: "You are going to hear It said by a few people that It is not a woman's place to vote and especially run for an office. Well If the good women! should not run for office I say to them stay at home and let the devil tnke our country, as he has had control of it for a long time. So it is now up to the good men and women of Rockcastle county to put the devil out of business. But we cannot put tho devil out of a Job, If we are going to select one of his agents to work for him and that is the way the devil gets all his work done, through his agents. So It is up to the good people to commence fighting him now, and we will win the victory on August Cth. We have heard the men say for, lo, these many years, if wc elect them to this office and that office they will do all in their power to have the and we all know by past records what they will do, and how can we expect to have the law enforced and be protected against the evils that arc going on over our towns and county if we elect men nnd women who participate in and uphold these evils? Well, there are a few people who will say that is a man's place. There are n lot" of us good women who are doing what the men ought to do. But if the women will go out in the field, take hold of the plow handle, or hoe handle, or chopping axe, or even the washtub to get bread for our husbands to eat, that is the place, and s let the men hve offices, the setting around and smoking and going to the court house or some other secluded place and. get a drink of moonshine when they want it." s, easy-Job- Tobacco Marketing Plan. At a conference of tobacco growers and others Interested at Louisville, Tuesday, a plan was adopted marketing of tobacfor co presented by Aaron Shapiro, cooperative marketing expert of California. The plan includes an association of actual growers, managed by directors; a warehouse corporag pretion holding stock, ferred, owned by banks or private investors, divided into five classes, one class to be retired each year, and voting common stock Issued to growers dollar for dollar as the preferred stock Is ret'red. The warehousing corporation to be controlled by the marketing association;' the grower to sell all tobacco to the association for five years; the association to grade all tobacco and establish n pool for each type and grade. The association tha.ll sell all tobacco and return the proceeds to the grower minus operating expenses and deductions for retiring preferred stock. The association to raise money to make first payment to growers on delivery. A committee wns appointed to begin the work of organization. Mr. Shapiro said, all tho warehoutes in the state would be needed, and they would be purchased. He advocated the forming of n corporation with $200,000 capital stock, half preferred, half common, divided into thare of $10 each. non-votin- To Sell Taylor Farm. In this Issue we arc carrying the advertisement of that splendid Taylor farm, which Col. G. D. Swine- broad, our local real estate man will pass under the hammer on the nine teenth day of April. The farm be longs to Mr. Mitchell Taylor of Boyle and it Is said to be one of the best in that splendid county. It contains about two hundred and fifty acres and as rich in fertility as one cares to see. Its dollars to dough nuts that "Swiney" sells ner. es, Cow Brought In Clarence Moberley's Meet Thursday Night. Sales Then And Now. BalUrdt Obelisk Flour, the Ust $1.40 for a 25 pound tack. made. Hudson & Farnau. Watch Lol In Field Last September. Clarence Mflberley, who lives near Shearer county, noticed something peculinr In the cleft of a foot of one of his cows as the came In for milking recently. Ile made an examination and found that firmly wedged in the hoof wat a gold watch he had lott last September While towing rye In a large field on September 5th , latt, Mr. Mobcr-ly'- s gold hunting case watch fell out of the watch pocket of his trousers. It was a vnluabtn timepiece and ho hated to Iota It. He and his entire force of men spent an hoiiV or to going over the field in a search for it, but were unable to find It. He gave It up for lost for good. On Thursday tho rye wat sulTlci-cntl- y high to (urn the cows in, and that night one brought hi chronometer home, wedged In her hoof. Outside of a broken crystal, the watch was entirely uninjured. Mr. Moberly wound It up and it appears to bo keeping as good time as ever. Richmond Register. The. Lancaster Dullness Men's As soclation will have its regular meet ing next Thursday night. This newly organized association is meeting with unusual encouragement and adding many new members every day. This it an organization which Lancaster hat needed for many years and with the number of enthusiastic member who have taken the lent), its success Is assured. Every business man In Lancaster should bo a member nnd attend Its meeting re gularly. x Declamatory Contest. The declamatory contest held at the Buckeye school house a few nights ago,, proved to be very' Interesting and was considered by those who heard it, as a credit to any community. Each of the young speakers showed wonderful talent training of their talented trainer, and responded eloquently to the. Mrs. Thomas S. Pieratt. Miss Elizabeth Walker won the five dollar gold pices given by Mr. Thos, Pieratt, the second prize of $2.50 wa won by Mr. Roy C. Long, the latter prize wat donated by the teacher ofthe school. al (Horodsburg Herald.) Through the courtesy of E. W. Lucas, this paper has come into pos session of nn old sale bill advertising an auction held near Harrodtburg, Kentucky, September 20th., 1850, which reads at follows: "Having sold my farm and in tending to move to Missouri, I will sell nt public sale one mile west and four miles south of Harrodtburg, Ky., on Saturday, September 20, 1850, the following property; One buck nigger, 25 year old, weight 210 pound; 4 nigger wench et from 18 to 24 year old, 3 nigger boys 0 year old, 13 nigger hoes, one pine tied, 0 yoke of oxen, well broke; 10 ox yoke with hickory bows, 2 ox carts with tlx inch tires, one saddle pony, 5 years old; one side saddle, 3 double shovel plows, 2 stump plows, 10 and 12 Inch; 25 one gallon whiskey Jugs, 100 gallons apple cider, one barrel of good sorghum, 2 barrels of soap, 2 barrel kraut, oneiextrn good nigger whip, 2 tont of tobacco, 2 year old. Sale will start at 10:30. Terms cash. I need the money. Col. H. W. Johnson, Auct. Mill Crawford, Clerk, Joe Cooley, Owner." to-wi- t: Ladies Exchange. The ladles of the Christian church will have an exchange at- the - ttore of Hatclden Brothers, Saturday, Apr. 10th., when every delicacy of the season will bo offered at prices that will please. The proceeds of this sale go to furnish a room at the Christian Church Orphan Home at Louisville, which the ladles of thlt church have agreed to do. Will take a few cow to pasture on rye. J. B. Woods. The Central Record, Lancaster. Ky. Thursday, Apr 7 92 1 1 . Lucky NEGROES Circular No. (7 Complete Garden Guide. Are Killed By Georgia What Is said to be one of the Farmer. most complete collections of facts ELEVEN Together In and Information relative to the home vegetable garden Is contained In Circular N'o. 07 Issued by the ExBottom Of Alcovy River. tension Division of the State ColMonticello. Ga.. Two more bodies lege of Agriculture. The publication Includes a numof negroes were recovered from the on various Alcovy River recently making n totnl ber of discussion relating to the garden in ndJI-tio- n of U bodies found since Authorities to such a feature as a table of brenn an investigation of peonage and murder against John Williams, the first killing frosts In Kentucky, n table showing how, when nnd Jasper county farmer. Like the f.rst three found n num where to plant, and discussions relaber of dam ago, the bodies recover tive to the control of garden ined were chained together and weight- sects and plant diseases. It may ed down with sacks of stone and be obtained free by wrltting the ExIron. Five bodies were found re periment Station, Lexington. cently buried on the Williams plan tiet busy. Keep busy. Is your tation. Is it permanent? Job unsafe? According to a confession said to g You want n buiiness sell-in- g have been made to Department of more than 137 Watklns Pro agents by Clyde Manning, n Justice ducts direct to farmer If you own negro employed by Williams, the 11 auto or team or can get one; if you negroes were slain to prevent them 50 and can give bond with testifying against Williams in the art under personal sureties. We back you peonage charges. big selling helps. G2 years in Manning, it Is said, confessed he with business, 20,000,000 users of our killed five of them with an ax at products. Write for information William's order. The bodies were where you can get territory. recovered recently and pointed out J. It. Watklns Co., the place of burial. The coroner's Department 111, Winona, Minn. Investigating the deaths found jury pd.) that in two cases the negroes were compelled to dig their own graves, Williams and Manning nrc both being held in jail here 'under close guard. Two Found Strike cigarette Chained LIVE STOCK SELECTING BREEDING STOCK Stock Improvement Is Closely Rtlsttd to Heredity Control Which In. sures Best Mating. Oh Hovf Glorious to B Free From Rheumatism's Tortures f Just suppose you could l freo from jour dcepse atcd, agonlxing Theuniatle aches and pains, your titlff Joints and unsightly swellings! Wouldn't you giro anything to get jJd ol them 7 You havo doubtless rubbed on outside treat-tnent- s; most rheumatism uffercrs have. So mo of these take the edge off tho terrible pains for n few hours, but they do not strike at the cause, which nearly always lies tho poisoned, Impoverished blood. When this li ao, you need an Internal remedy, ono that will takie out tho Impurities that are tnrtur-- . Ins; you, ono llko famous which has relieved thousands of cases of rheumatism all over thej In -- juu-Jec- ts Unrated 1 tit l nnd poultry cm) bringing out certain desirable chnrnclerlstlca by by the United HtAtts Depsrt-ni.- nt of Agriculture.) tut; Hie standard of farm country just this way. Get S.S.S. from yousj druggist today, and after; starting with It writs os) history of your case, addressing Chief Medical Advisor, 877 Swift laboratory, AtUaU, Gcor pasted 7 Mr. South-easter- attention as methods of farming for profit Itewim Intensified. The breeding of domestic animal dates back to remote nntiuuliy, when the most ndtnnrvd races of Hit! old world were still on the bonier simigcry nnd barbarism. It sleithe breeding l receiving; more MT. HEBRON life-lon- V V Chairman Pre n Work. Allen Cook Terhune has been appointed Chairman of Press work District of Ken. in the tucky for the Baptist Woman's Missionary Union. We feel mrc that this very Important work has been put into pood hamls and we ask that of every Bnp-tithe loyal st (4-7-- Kenwoman in tucky be given promptly in this service. A recent estimate gives the South-eastern SHERIFFS SALE. number of Kentucky Baptists as y 201,000 and every one of them Baptist news. See that they get it- - Elect your press member and send her name at once to Mrs. Allen Cook Terhune, 423 S. Third Street, Danville, Ky. en-Jo- One means of reducing the num- ber of would be to follow the Turk three or the Turk being in divorces among the rich the example of and allow them to annex four wives. But nt that would probably object to the same class. MMISSHOLLADAY'SCANDIES-f- l ui U to By virtue of judgment directed to me, which issued from the Clerk's Office of the Garrard Circuit Court,' in favor of Kinnaird Bros, against .r it.. t iivn i uuiik, i ur uuu ui my iscouuei will, on MONDAY, the 26th. day of APRIL, 1021, between the hours of 1 o'clock P. M. and 2 o'clock P. M.,t at the Court house door in Lancai-tcr- , County of Garrard, Ky., expose TT EAT EAT GOOD THE SAME THAT MEAT KIND EAT z O H c3 WE cJ Ui to PUBLIC SALE to the highest, bidder, the following property (or' pi so much thereof as mayr, be necessary! ft t UA n I n tn antl-- a. J li tllllvuilt u . tliv !...111- ntunilnl v Ui titT's debt, interest, and costs), to! wit: One Dodge Bros. Touring Car, 1917 Model. Amount of debt. Inter-- , est nnd cost to day of Sale amounting to $303.99 levied upon as the i pi property of Hen Young. TERMS: Sale will be made on a' credit of three months, bond with H approved security required, bearing1 Ui interest at the rate of six per cent' per annum from day of sale, and having the force and effect of Sale bond .this 1st. day of April 1921. A.. K. WALKER, Sheriff, G. C. By G. T. BALLARD, Deputy Sheriff. T . Mr. Ed Grow bought of Mr. N. J. Goiney, n cow and calf, price $80. Mr. J. I. Crawford Is on the silk far antedate any but the simple! list. iiicchitrtlcnl urts. Yet while our Lljn', Sand, Cement, Rock. knowledge of tho laws of nature as Hudson A Farnau. they apply to mechanics tins reached .Mrs. Peachle Grow Is the guest tcry great miiEidtude nnd complexity, only a few of her sister, Mrs. Mary A. Sanders It Is Comparatively year slnco the principles of breeding for several days. have been more than a collection of Mr. J. R. Duncan sold a milk unrelated traditional belief. on which Hie cow to Mr. Chis. McMIIlIan, of Jud-soThu same shepherd of Aslu linked their pracprice 100. tice nt lenst M centuries ago are still Misses Emmn Holtxclaw nnd Eva widely current, while the one sound Merriman spent the week-enwith seprinciple known to Ibo ancient homefolks. lection of the best for breeding stock Mrs. Ed Hendrickson anil son, It still largely neglected. The principles of successful animal William were with their grandmothbreeding, as they hate hern learned er, Mr. K. F. Scott Thursday. by practical exjierieiic in the United The baby of Mr. and Mrs. Jesse State and other older countries, and by careful sclcntUlc study along defi- Sherrow who has leen dangerously nite lines, are outlined in Department ill with pneumonia Is some better. recently Issued by the Bulletin Mnstcr Cleveland Thompson, of I'nlted States IVpurtment of AgriculBuena VIstn spent front Friday unture. til Sunday with Master Howard This bulletin goes Into the first prin- Tracy. ciples of reproduction und follow the Mr. and .Mrs. Steve Walker and means by which certain characteristics of one or thu other parent are little son attended services here Sunfnumir.nied to I lie offspring, the meth- day and were wdh her parents, Mr. ods suited to Inten- and Mrs. F. W, Montgomery. sify thu desirable characteristics and MiH-rxltlr- n d ofM-lectlotx-f- Mrs. Lewis LLemay Is very sick at the home of her father, Mr. Josh Barker at Bourne. Dr. and Mr. I.iscom, of Danville, were to see her Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Thompson Maggie Tracy, of Judson, Mr. and and chililrin, of Buena Vista, Mrs. Mr. Ollle Lane nnd children were guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Tracy Sunday. Rev. Manly fulfilled Ills appoint- ment here Sunday morning and evening. Hp was accompanied by hi wife and sister-in-laand were entertained nt the home of Mr. and Mrs. M. I. Montgomery. One day recently the Mt. Hebron consolidated school, under the supervision of Mr. Brown, Misses Holtxclaw and Merryman, suspended work Inside at noon, and teachers and pupils filed out into the yard and took up ax and hoe, and marched into the locust thicket and brrar patch In tho front yard. They spent a few hours there both boy and girls and transformed the thicket Into a trrcless plain. There are lots more work that they hope to get done os soon as possible. They closed the day by giving some out-doexercises for the children. x - undesirable, the which can with certainty be existed to continue from one gen erntlon to Hiiother, tho- - which are unrertnln, tlioe which will tilrnd, and thot which rniiuot be Inherited. Aside from mere Increase In rium which the breeder Iter the purpiww Is likely In hate In mind fall under two more or less dlMlnct heads, name-lproduction of n uniform product, and Improvement. A uniform prod' uct depends on Mich control orer the heredity of the stock that mating ran be mnde with the nuranct that of a certain thu nffrprtng will l definite type for " lilch there Is weed out th- y, EGGS! POULTRY, HIDES, at the Highest Market p T3sssss "JssssV U V CO Pi Ui BUY WHERE YOU GET WHAT YOU-WAN- T STATEMENT X of the Ownership, Management, Circulation Required by the Act of Congress of August 24, J912. Of the Central Record, published weekly at Lancaster, Ky., for April 1921. Price. we'went your business. Ui Z O H. Currey & Ghilley. WOLF TRAIL Calves mm Selected for Breeding dln-ctly- .iissssssssssssssssssssssW ..sWsssssssssssssssssssssssssssV JI5 Phonc-- us Harrodsburg Ice S Produce COMPANY. II. L. HAGAN, -- Pur-pose- s. coS Eugene nnd Evaline Fain arc sick nt this writing. Their many friends Mr. James Land Is 111 nt this writ- wish them n speedy recover)'. ing. Mr. Carl Moberley bought two Miss Jessie B. Ray was a dinner shoats last week from Mr. Square guest Sunday with friends. Underwood for 12 cents per pound. Mr. and Mrs. Mart Davis spent Mr. and Mrs. Homer Ray and Mr. the day Sunday with relatives. Elbert Teatcr spent a pleasant eveHunter Mr. and Mrs. W .T. Moberley were ning with Mr. and Mrs. Davis recently. visitors In Madison last week, Obelisk Flour Is the best flour Mr. nnd Mrs. Elijah McMllllaft mad at any price. Try a sack to. cntcrtHIncd a number of' re!"v day. We deliver In town. , Sunday Hudson ok Farnau. Mr. Collins, of Madison spent the week-enwith Mr. and Mrs. Olllo Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Moberley and Raynolds. attractive little daughter visited Mr. Miss Alice Ray of Poor Ridge, Is Walter Casey and family for the spending a few days with Mn. Eli- week-end- , d jah Mr. loo Raymond family, Messrs. W. T. Moberley BIHie Fain nad Clell Dailey were In were guests Sunday of Mr. nnd Mrs. Bryantsvllle Saturday visiting Mr. Carl Moberley. and Mrs. Walter Fain. Mr. and Mrs. Powell Dailey enThe announcement was received tertained n number of guests Sun- here last week that "Mr. and Mrs. McMIIlIan. Mr. and Mr4. day afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Jasper Sebastnln guests of Mr. and were wek-en- d Mrs, Wilbert Dailey. Edd Dailey were the proud parents of n little daughter, which arrived March 27th. The little Miss hal been christened Everlee. MONEY TO LOAN on good city property. Pay back on weekly or monthly Installments. The Lancaster Building & Loan ASSOCIATION, katfnki. J. E. ROBINSON, President Wra. S. HOPPER, Sec't & Trei. State of Kentucky, County of Garrnrd. Before me, a Notary Public In and for the state and county aforesaid, personally appeared R. L. Elkln, who, having been duly sworn according to law, deposes and says that he is the Publisher of the Central Record, nnd that the following is, to the best of nnd belief, a true his knowledge statement of the ownership, management (and if n daily paper the circulation), etc., of the nforesald publication for the date shown in the above caption, required by the Act of August 24th., 1912, embodied In section 443, Postal Laws and Regulations, printed on the reverse of this form, to wlt 1. That the names and addresses of the publisher, editor, mannglng editor, and business managers nre: Publisher, R .L. Klkin, Lnncnstcr, Kentucky. Editor, J. E. Robinson, Lancaster, Kentucky. Manging Editor, It. L. Elkln, Lancaster, Kentucky. Business Manager, R. L. Elkln, Lancaster, Kentucky. 2. That the owners nre: (Give names nnd addresses of Individual owners, or, if a corporation, give its name and the names and addresses of stockholders owning or holding 1 per cent or more of the total amount of stock.) J. E. Robinson Lancaster, Ky. 3. That the known bondholders, mortgages, and other security holders owning or holding 1 per cent or more of total amount uf bonds, mortgages, or other securities are: (If there are none, so state.) None. R. L. Elkln. Sworn to and subscribed before me this 31st. day of March, 1921, L. G. Davidson, Notary Public, Lancaster, Kentucky. My commission Jubj StE, l?2i, t demand. Improvement Is, of course, closely related to control orer heredity, but the methods which give the greatest control are not necessarily those which tend to the inoit rnptd Improvement. In a broad Mme tlm whole subject of practical breeding come under tho head of tvlectlon. Thu most obvious bnsU for such selection l the x r. fonnnnce of the unimnjs thiiimelveH. Uufnrtunntely, thu merit of intvut Mock cannot ho niens-unkinds uf . Tho stuily of conforuui-Uras uu IjkJox of useful qualities luw accofillngTy held n high place as n basis for selection of breeding stock. Lite stock Judging ban this for Its purpose. An nnltiml of gcnwl bfetillng'Ts n better ouo to breed than ono of equal Individual merit but of mixed or common breeding. Pedigree, though often mfsutd. Is n valuable aid in selection, apart from following n general policy of mntlng. The HotindiNt basis of all for selection nf brevdltiK stock Is the record of jmst iicrfomiiince a a breeder, provided thu record Is sufficiently extensive to give a fair test. STANFORD ST., Mgr. LANCASTER, KY. lle Had It In for Lawyers. of his own Distrust and knowli-dgprofession, caused on Australian lawyer lo Include a clnuso In his will, stating that If any of his hetirflclarlc. for any reason whnlsnever. contested his will, (hat person's Winre was to b paid tn a certain rhnrlty, and no lawyers were to make nny money out of bin will Strang Stunts With Tsdpoles. Tadpole fed on extract of the thyroid glnnd develop through the vari ous stages of their metamorphoses toll frogs very rsptdly, but they do not grow In size; when their own thyrotdi r suppressed by cauterization oi excision or when they are fed on extracts of the thymus gland they grow to treat slits but never develop Ints frogs, remaining nothing but giant tad poles all their lives. His Tims Would Com. Herbert was wstrhlng Hazel dress her dolt. II wanted her to play with htm. and remarked that he didn't Ilka dolls. "Well," replied Hazel, philosophically, "you might Just a welt learn now, for some day )ou'll marry and then you'll havo to help lake cars of your children." William of Wykeharn. n necessary adjunct and accessory to Winchester school, William of Wykeharn founded New college at Oxford, and the publication of I ha charter of foundation of tho latter esA tablishment bears the date of November SO, ISm Wykeharn. to this day, Is on of the most popular characters In English history, and hi biography Is Indeed a Urge part of It Chicago Journal. DISPLACING INFERIOR SIRES Many Farmers Tell Department of Agriculture of Compliance With Better.Slrts Plan. ! dlpoM.'d of a gradu bull lam month." yeuillog bull." HI sold u HDlspois of n scrub bull becaiiM we expect lu breed to a purebred." "I nut rated uu luf trior main hog and put In u purebred." "I will huve to buy hogs and they will be purebred. Tliecv comments were received In one day recently by the United Ktates Department of Agrlculturu from tr-lo- ii unrolled In the better aires better stock movement. In addition, many other slated that, although they did not own purebred sires, their female Mek wua bred to such animals, thus complylujt with the essential requirements of the better-si- r campaign. high-grad- e Deposit Here & Save Your Money We StrIvto Serve. ' capital:$5o,ooo.oo surflus;$6o,ooo.oo NATIONAL LANCASTER. KY. CITIZENS v BANK. cs I CorneriPubliciStiuare and Danville Street. T Th Central Record. Lancastei , Ky., Thursday Apr 7, 92 1 1 ' Breeding stock it kept healthy and vigorous if fed with Tuxedo I log Ration. Urge litter and healthy pig are lamely due to correct feeding of your breeding stock. Tuxedo I log Ration keep appetite! normal and natural. Start feeding Tuxedo Hog Ration vtith your young pigs and ce the fait, solid growth they make and what vitality they develop. Young itock fed Tuxedo I log Ration will make your finet breeding sows and boars. Thi perfectly balanced, standsrdued feed ii guaranteed to I Vf .......... II 'iVt. and 7 fibre. v U$e it to build carbohydratei, bone, muscle and fat on your tock. 111 f (t Tuxedo HOCMIPH TuttJ IU( Usn h m h TunU Chap. Ct Dtnlil Csmxr.t. D"V " 1 Ut fl St . ' V" iupplj yu, tttttt ut Jtr dtttit II h mri njm lutnl itltt tnrl Tkffhj? '" ' THE EARLY & DANIEL CO. -t- UTfiWUtl" CINCINNATI, OHIO CUNNS CIIAIT.L the Wm. week-en- d Ubt-ll- with Mr. and Mr. . Miit Iva Holton spent Saturday night with Mr. J. W. Dailry. Hev. Iniko ftlled hi appointment here Saturday night and Sunday. Mr. ami Mr. I.eutt Murphy spent Saturday and Sundny In Lexington. Maitcr WiUon Mny sprnt Sunday with Master Wesley Teater. Moun. John nnd T. M. Chandler ipent Friday with Mr. and Mrs. Har- vey Teater. Mr. and Mrs. James Hicks were guest of Mr nad Mr. WHNe Maitcr Saturday night. Mr. and Mrs. Hicks, Mr. and Mn. Willie Maiton spent Sunday with Mr. and Mi. J. It. SparkK. C'nuin Sll. Iludion A. Farnau. Master Clcmnien May was able to Mr. nml Mn. HarrUuH ll.nv urrr come homr Saturday. He is now guet ef Mr. and Mr. Louis Mc- - able to walk with the aid of crutches. j Cullcy fur the week-end- . (In Thunday. evening of lat Mr. and Mn. Fred Simpson spent' week the patron and friend of thr Knufli Iluckeye Consolidated High School BRYANTSV1LLE met to witness n ileclamntory con-te- d held in the Auditorium. Ballsrdt OUIitk Flour $1.40 per Misses Jennie II. Hay, Ilcrnlce nnd sack. Iludton St Farnau. Bessie Tealer, Mexn. Klmcr Hoy Mr. nnd Mn. W. J. Ilroadus were nnd Itolxrt Davis, Mr. nnd Mn. guests Sundny of Lancaster friends. Hohnrt Mny mid nun ent Sundny Mr. nnd Mrs. Joe (iosney spent with Mr. and Mn Tnlton May nnd Sundny with Mr. ('. W. Coulter nnd fnniily. fnmily. The Ilurkeye Parent Tcnchen' Miss Thessa Woods of Ashury ColAssociation held their rcgulnr meet-ini- c lege, Wllmore, spent the week-enApril Ut. The subject for with home folks. wn "What Shall We Do Dur-- I Mr. II. II. Hnleomb was the guest A pinno olo by Mn. mi: Vnrntlnn." Friday of Mr. nnd Mn. Robert Hubert Curler viw enjoyed. The of Wllmore. picture presented for nttendanci' Mrs. II. C. Hose and little son and was won by MIm Hnys' room. A e portrait of George Washington was Mrs. J. Ilogan Mallard were visitors Monday. vwnrded to the High School for 100 Mr. nnd Mrs. A. II. Swope and per rent enrollment in the Junior Hed Cross. The next meeting will children were Snuday guesU of Mr. be held Mny 0th., at '2:30 o'clock. and Mrs. J. I). Christopher. Mis Mnrguret Woolfolk returned Through the generosity of the populnr merchant, Mr. T, S. Plcrett, to her home in Lexington nfter a n flrnt prixe of n live dollnr gold ten days stay with relatives here. piece was awarded to the best speakMr. and Mrs. it. P. Brown spent er. I'rof. Price nnd Misses I'rice Sunday with Mrs. Brown's mother, nnd Itny presented the second prixe Mrs. Sum Cochran, of Lincnutcr. of 'J.fiO In gold. The contestant Mr. and Mrs. Riehiird Woods arc Missi Myrtle Davis, Annie receiving congratulations were: over the May, Roberta Hay, Klixnbeth Wnlk-e- r, arrival of a little son on the 2nd. Cotton, Mnster Chnrlic Lee Mr. and Mn. Robert Ilolcomb, of Messn. Anion Ilronddus nnd Hny C. WQmore anil Mr. Lewis Ilroadus Long. Miss Wnlker won tint prixe, were Sundny guests of Mr. B. II. Mr. Long, second nnd Miss Hny wim Hnleomb and family. given honorable mention.. A vocal Miss Mnyme Ballard entertained solo, "Mother of Mine" by MIm Lucille (irew win greatly appreciated. ii num!er of friends Friday after "Mnssn Chan" was ung by five noon nt a "Sewing Party" in honor girls from the gardes In Japanese of Miss Mnrgurlte Woolfolk, of Lex costume. Mis Iva Hollon render- ington. Among those present were ed some instrumental solos and was Mrs. J. Ilogan Ballnrd, Mn. B. C. nreoinpaimft for the song. I'rof. Hose, Mn. O. M. Morcland, Mrs. It. (tulley, Mlssv-Hoyd nnd "MIsih Cnrrier nnd Sex I. Brown, Mrs. Ijincnster High School, were Mnrgunte Woolfolk, Mary Belle Hal ton, of comb, Zilltih Dawes and Bessie Uul Judges In the contest. ley. Mr. nnd Mn. J. Hogar. Ballard en 8ldr Wtb Stronger Than tertained at their home, "Pine Crest" Scientists nsert the thin thread l a ipldrr's web I 10 per rent stroma Friday evening in honor of Miss than a steel wire of tht same lu Margurctc Woolfolk, of Lexington Could lie liiale and MIm Amy Dawes of (Seorgetown College, "Delightful refreshments Oldtlm 8licplna Couch. were served by Mn. ItaWard assist The ancient slept on kln, hut later bed were made of ruhat, ed by Miss Zillah Dawes. Those heather and straw. The Koman wera nmong the guests were: Mr. and the first to use feather to make their Mn. M. O, Moreland, Dr. and Mrs. beds morn comfortnble. lMlogabalua, B. C. Hose and little son, James 218 II. C I credited with having em Lear, Misses Amy Dawes, Margurcte ployed air cushions, and nlr bod war Woolfolk, Mayme Lee Ballard, X.ll generally In tlie Sixteenth cen lah Dawes and Mary Belle Halcomb, ry. to Messrs, English Dunn, Robert Fox nnd Louis W. Ilroadus. d Hal-com- b, Nicho-lnsvlll- 2 itugs look liixe new A I Hake Your Old Carpet and The Lancaster Carpet nnd Run Cleaning Works will call and get your old Carpets and Kiirs, clean them and return looking like new, at a very small cost. trial is all we ask. Phone JM l. Our truck jroea to Stanford nnd Crab Orchard twice a week. LANCASTER CARPET & RUG CLEANING H. L. BAILEY, Prop. LANCASTER, KY. WORKS Frsneh Claim to Mont Diane, Mont Illane. the "monarch of mountains," as Byron calleil It. Is mainly In Fnnce, nnd the ncent Is commonly made from Cti anion It. Clinmonlx and Mont Illane are In the French department of Ilaute-SnvolAnd th fact that most penons believe them to be In Switzerland nnnojrs tho French very much Indeed, esectally trie residents of thnt reslon. So them I n campaign on fixit now to rebap-tls- o the "department de In nnd call It "depnrtment do Mont Illane." Hont-Sarni- The Man Thsy hsmamber. Women prefer a good roan, one who la resolute, noble and self sacrlflclnr. lint they are likely to grow tired of him. On the ether hand, their Interest In n "bail man" nerer lag. Phlladelphln ledger. Ancient Scottish Yew In a Scotch graveyard was In 1CG0 noted as being one of the arjest trees In existence. It Is atlll standing, and according to noma authorities Is over three thousand year A jew tree Tr. Id. Jee s 1921. 1921. 1-- 8tl. "Robert Gatewood" 2.05 TRIAL 2.02. PACER. 1 4 hands high, This Is a high class young stallion, six years old, 1G dark bay, with fine style, lots of finish, and bred In the most extreme speed nes. ud MR. MITCHELL TAYLOR OF DANVILLE, KY. Invite you to attend THE PUBLIC A UCTION SALE of hi Sired by "J. Malcombe Forbes" 2.08 (sire of 1G in the ,2.0 list), (a half brother to "Peter the Great" 2.07 U, sire of "Miss Harris M." He by "Bingcn" 2.06U (sire of "Uhlan" 1.S8). Dnm Annie Fox 1.58 4.) 2.0IM; (dnm of G) by .Vuthurst 2.12, 2nd. Dam "Annie B." (dam of 7) by Faulconer's Almont. Hobcrt Gatewood was a successful race horse and should become a great sire. He will make the season of 1021 at my stable six miles from Lancaster on the Lexington Pike, at $20.00 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT. Season due when colt is foaled. A Hen will be retained on nil colts until Yes, it is quite true that some season is nid. Not responsible for accidents. people are totally devoid of fear, They are dead. If you want a divorce from your wife let her do the getting. Just Bryantsville Phone. LANCASTER, KY. tell her that she snortj. ROBT. FOX It FINE SUBURBAN HOME AND FARM HERD OF SHORTHORN CATTLE, OTHER LIVESTOCK AND FARM IMPLEMENTS on Some men take vociferous pride in their ability to wiggle their ean but the Jackass his egotism. is more discreet In POOR week-en- d RIDCE. gueit of her sister, Mn. TUESDAY, APRIL 19th., AT 10 O'CLOCK. 253 ACRES of a fine land n Doyle County boasts. A most desirable HOME and FARM. The. LAND and nil IMPROVEMENTS complete in every detail. No expense has been spared In keeping the Fnrm in a high state of cultivation, nor in equlping the improvements with all modern convenience. LOCATION Juit South of the City limits of Danville with a mile of east frontage on the Hustonville pike, the entire frontage in grnM and sloping gently from pike, with beautiful building site. Abundarce of wnter for this frontage is from the Danville Water Works, with fire hydrant at front entrance of yard, hydrant in yard nnd gnrden nnd water in tho Miss Alice Hay was the pleasant Elijah McMillian. It. II. Preston spent Sunday Mr and Sunday night with Mr. and Mn. U. (J. Preston. Mrs. Walker Burdette and children spent Saturday with Mn. Adrion Metcalf. Miss Etta Mac Hill spent the week eml with her parents, Mr. nnd Mn. Leslie Hill. Mr. and Mn. - I.. Matthews spent Sunday with Mr. and Mn. Wm. Mat Races of Mankind. According to Whtttaker'a almanac, the Mongolian race lit the largest, with 053.000,000, as compared to 043,000.000 of Caucasians, 100.000,000 of negroes, 81.000,000 of Semites 52,000.000 of Malays and 23.000.000 of Red Indiana. The Mongolian, or yellow nee. Includes the people of China. Tibet, Japan, Korea. Slam nnd Indochina, together with many of the tribes of Siberia and other parts of Asia. Origin of Flrwrk. may be assumed that we really owe fireworks to the kTorentln'es and Slenese. They began their feasts ot St. John the Baptist and the Assumption with wooden edtflces, adorned with painted statues, and from th mouth and eyes of which Issued a beautiful flra. Dragons, swans, eaglaa, etc, built on such a large scale as t carry many peraons, were also madt to emit amusing Q reworks. residence. THE RESIDENCE On a high, beautiful elevation, overlooking the City of Danville. A two tor)' Colonial brick of Vi rooms, 2 large hnlls, large basement, hardwood lloors, U bath room nnd shower bath, the best automatic hot water heating system, electric light and nil fixtures and equipment handsome nnd in keeping with n fine Cobnlal Home. llcautul lawn with 100 shade trees, large circular macadam drive with concrete curbing; foot concrete walk to pike with front fence of concrete bloeks. One splendid 8 room frame dwelling nml four other tenant houses, OTHER I1UILDINGS brick olfiee in yard,, two large tobacco barns, combined tobacco and bnnk stock barn with basement for feeding 1C0 cattle nnd other nccery out buildings. In nddition to the City water the farm is well watered by springs, concrete troughs and ponds. The land well fenced, level and gently rolling, very fertile limestone soil, 'J00 acres in blue grass, meadows nnd clover, with CO ncres sod just plowed. DANVILLE, with its Hailroad facilities, Its business institutions, ils location In the blue grass, its citixensh'p, Its churches, its national reputation for education, with Center Kentucky College for Women, the State Institution for the Deaf, and other private nnd public schools, needs no advertisement. THE 253 ACRES WILL I1E SUBDIVIDED. NOW WE WANT TO IMPRESS THIS PROPOSITION WE WILL SELL THE WITH ABOUT 10 ACRES AND A NUMBER OF 5 to 10 ACRE TRACTS. ALSO SOM.E 25 to 40 ACRE TRACTS. SOME TRACTS WITH IMPROVEMENTS. SOME WITHOUT. ALL FRONTING ON THE PIKE. BUT THE SALE WILL BE SO CONDUCTED THAT ANY PURCHASER CAN BUY THE RESIDENCE WITH JUST AS MANY ACRES AS HE WANTS. YOU CAN BUY THE "HOME" WITH 100 ACRES OR MORE OR LESS. OR JUST THE NUMBER OF ACRES OF IMPROVED OR UNIMPROVED LAND YOU WANT. WE SELL TO SUIT THE PURCHASER. THE SALE will be on easy terms and for immediate possession, but If the purchaser does not want posseuion at once, we enn nrrnnge to suit hi convenience. Seldom Is the opportunity presented to buy property of this kind. Regardless of conditions, this real eitate Is n good "BUY" and will always he valuable and increase in value. THE PERSONAL PROPERTY A fine herd of 20 registered shorthorn cows nnd heifers, some with calves lit foot and a 'J year old registered shorthorn bull, pair of 0 year old Iron gray mare mules, a 7 year old iron gray mare mule. Case trnctor with plows, 8 cultivators, cultlpackcr, wheat binder, wheat drill, hemp drill, lime drill, hemp reaper, riding plows, walking plows, mowing machines, steel roller, disc harrows, smoothing harrows, manure spreader, tobacco setter, 10,000 tobacco sticks nnd 5,000 feet of lumber, a lot of other farm tools, wagon gear, etc. Attend this Sale. It will be conducted Just as my hundred of Auction Sales In the past, In a business way with no " and n fair deal to every one. I have employed Kentucky' most noted Auctioneer. For further particulars see Mr. Taylor, or call W. K. Moss or It. II. Dever at my Danville office. Phone office 214, or Mom 408, or Dever 84S, Danville exchange. Sale will be conducted and managed by Col-leg- e, RESI-DENCE "Hy-Illda- thew. Ijincaster. Mr. and Mn. Adrian Metcalf and children spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Walker Burdette. Mr. nnd Mrs. Lige Bolton were the pleasnnt guests of Mr. and Mn. Newt Crow Saturday night. Mr. Tcves Preston, of Lancaster, spent the past week-en- d with Mr. nnd Mrs. Ike Duncan. Mr. II. A. Wylle has returned to his home in Versailles, after a stay with Mr. and Mrs. It. II. Preston. V. C. Fertiliser It btt for tobae-c- o fround. Incrrate the yield, Ilia plants two weeks. Iludton & Farnau. Mi Linda Ellen Preston has returned home after a three weeks stay with Mr. and Mn. Tsiylor Bolton. Mr. and Mn. Taylor Bolton and children spent Saturday night and Sundy with Mr. and Mrs. Huke Preston. Mr and Mrs. Harrison Bay spent Saturday night and Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Louis McCul-lefew-day- s ad-vay. Miss Hazel Preston is a visitor of Mr. U. (!. Preston and family at We want your Corn and will pay you the highest market price. If you have good corn and want to sell it phone us. CORN WHITE SWAN FLOUR It is always of the best quality. It is always a little less in price. The wise housewife never overlooks an opportunity to save a penny. SHE SAVES IT BY USING WHITE SWAN FLOUR. LANCASTER. KY. SWINEBROAD THE REAL ESTATE MAN LUNCH SERVED. Mn. Elijah McMillian and son were guest Friday of Mr. John Hay and family. Mr. and Mr. Llge Bolton entertained the following Tuesday: Mr. and Mrs. I Cobb and daughter, Mat-ti- e Beulah and Miis Agnes Simpson, Mr. Elmer East, Mr. and Mn. Newt Grow, A most enjoyable day was spent. Lancaster Flour Mills Incorporated Gewfe. SyMMMft, Pres. Cbrlie Zame, Sk'Ijt. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday, Apr 7, 92 1 1 PUREBRED SIRES ARE INCREASING RAPIDLY Have Proved Worth for Improving Range Herds. Scrub Bull Ha Betn Blacklisted en Big National Forest Paiturct Orcat Improvement Seen In Qrade of ! Uncle Walr5 x DON'T hatch pullet from my SINGLE COMB BROWN LEGHORN EGGS If )ou object to gathering the egg r.ext winter, l,et (ieorge do It for $1. 16 lW fir $5Cjik X if Steer. Prepred br the United HUtes msnt of Agriculture.) I)prt Purebred bull have prowd their value fur Ituprutlin; rutitci' herds, and tin- - number Mint bought In the cow country of ttie West It rapidly each jenr, according to tu tli United .States Department of Agriculture. Tin scrub bull Is now blacklisted un the Ma nutlouul forest pasture. During the season of mill three local live stock associations, tin members of which ue the ranges of the .Sierra National Forest In California, adopted rules for the purchase of pure-hnrule each hulls. Under association was required to place on the range a autilclcut number of pure ler- bred Hereford. Shorthorn, or hull, A rtniiinlttt' tn il 11 Does It Pay To I X .1 BALED MUSIC IIKItir.S gtln I" be a great con cert nt the oin-n- i house night. snlil the retired merchant, "and ir yiHi'ii pi along with me. I'll pay your way mid buy you live cents worth of peanuts. I'm pure nothing could be more liberal than ERLE C. FAKRA I.ancastr, Ky, llnx 173 otwwgxX7XacX9Xot:pgy.oxMi Kid Raising IlKfnro llm that" YouH bre-o- Ur Glove. wsr the nesunta of DlinT yourself your substance In that fashion," replied the hotel keeper. LbbbbbbbbbA XjLbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbI bbbbbbbbbbbbbWW'JLbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbI up In business If you p wnMliig nmund hunt up another victim. Since iMiught a photio-grnpand a hunch will hare Hut yon to b t Utile village mad a living by raiting kid to supply the glove for which Trior lis loin; been famous. The perfection of the skins I considered by the French manufacturer to a ths krvnote ot thv nerfect glove. Thslr method I to have on work- man handle the prepared kid from th time It I brought In until the gloves lilch are shated from that klJ arc entirely flnUheiL Advertise? Statistics show that of the corporations Cattle on Weitern Forett Range. purchase and pu Ummi the creden tlals of arh anlinul to lie turned loose on the ranges wan npMilntetl. Under this plan, during the crazing season of llrjO, IU.1 Hereford. W Hhorthoro, and six Aberdeen-Angu- s bulls were purchased bj the stockmen through their association and placed UMii the range. It I estimated that at the end of the seastKi of 11C0 the had not lest than 00 registered bulls on their runges, resulting In a great Improvement In the grade of steers turned out. The Forest Service of the United .State Department of Agriculture a.v alula these, local association In enforcing the rule which require that the name kind and grade of bull b placed on the name range. 1'ormlt to graze on the national forest pastures are refused thoxe who do not conform to the association' ruling and who have not paid their share toward the purchase of the association bulla. n that went into bankruptcy in 1920, eighty four per cent were firms which DID NO! ADVERTISE POOR EGGS INCREASE PRICES Percentage of Spoiled Product Shipped to Market la Very High and Discourage Trad. In a shipment of three case, or 00 doten egg, reevntly received bjr a Washington (D. C) commission firm. 18li dozen were condemned br the local health department a unfit for food. The percentage of bad eggs shipped Into the market la very high, reducing trade and discouraging con aumptlnn. say specialist of the bureau of markets of the United State Department of Agriculture. If h few eggs In the dozen are bad the housewlfo. pays exorbitant prices for the sound ones. The dealer always ptefers tn handle good eggs, for spoiled ones Injure his business reputation. A deduction for silled eggs also makes the shlpier feel that be Is not being treated In good faith by the commission merchant. Had eggs then are n loss to everyone who handles them. Kvery egg marketed should be of unquestionable quality. There are over 2,000 homes into which e Central Record goes every week, and an average of live people read each copy making 10,000 readers of the Record. They take the Record because they want to know; what's going on in Lancaster and Garrard county. Then to it's the best paper published in this county. quit going to concerts. There' nothing but vanity For mul vexation of spirit nlout an enter talnnietit of that kind, It's advertised to start nt a certain hour, say eight o'clock, ami you are credulous enough HI be to think that the Mcinntliitis vrd up to. You break a hnme simp o get then In time, unit when you ar live, nt ten minutes to eight. J on find you're the first one there, loti sit around, waiting for n,n hour or two. and eple walk on your feet and sit down mi your hat and make things uupleas ant as possible. Ily the time the nirtnln goes up. jon are wl.hlng you had pseseil ene enough to stay at home. Hut, of all there, and having paid for the prlv liege, you determine to hold her nozzle agin the bank, ns It were. Tho entertainment usually Is SEE OK PHONE ipene hy n tatksmltb. The man who makes n few remarks always looms up at such entertainments, nnd should le taken to Jiill for obtaining money nn B When he has der fale pretenses. said all that be run think of the art Lancaster, Ky begin tn dlh lip the music It Quick Service and Ciood Work may be elegant music It usually Is. Hut you can't enjoy It In rtsiifort, for the gentleman with the large splay fiHit. In the seat directly behind you, persists In lentlng time with that organ Artificial Eye. until he drives you frantic If you turn Today Ihrr arv probably mora ar nrounil and dot him In the eye, you In the world than thera tlftrlal will lx ejected from the building. have ver been lefore, jet so excel Then you will find that the woman lent Is the workmanship n! In their with a shrll', carrying voire, who has manufacture that they can very sel heard better singers, sits tight In front dom be detected. The artificial eye, of you. and she keep on talking In a however, will not serve the wesrer for maddening way. The last concert I ever. are certain orbital fluid attended had a fine contralto who snng which There destroy the enamel, thus Inong of the kind some volving considerable for rewoman with the we all like. Ittit the In view of lb', celluloid Is me, newal. shrill voice was right In front of often uted Instead of V and last and I could hear her saying' 'Iteally, longer, The minutest ilr'ads are care you should bear llarguret Keyes or fully reproduced even It 'e veins on Christine Miller sing that selection; the ejrrball and tho br ileii color of this woman Is lmslhle as a vocala baiel Iris. Up-To-D- of records I have Plumbing, Heating, Guttering, Roofing, kinds Repairing, g and Tin Work P. lts e)s u-- stem-windin- g eeie iv ist. "Then a man with a beetle voice and a name that be Imported without paying duty on It. stood up and whinnied liken doggone rebra, nnd we were expected tn !elleve that he was singing a Neapolitan song, I never heanl anything that filed my nerves the way that voice did. It recalled the halcyon days when my father ued to hanen a bucksaw with a rasp. Well, when he finished his first number, the a plause was frantic, and he reared up nnd did It oil over again. Then th applause was louder than ever, and he whinnied something ele. They kept that blamed pirate there for half an hour, and I don't know when I auf fcred so much. "The hall was overheated, nnd I was Jammed In the middle of n row of seats so I couldn't get out without climbing M. S. HATFIELD DENTIST Pkoaet Ofllc. LANCASTER. S. Office over Tks Garrard 4fe 9rW. ReiUenc 376. KENTUCKY, J.J.Byrne Exclusive. Optometrist DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. Opposite GUcher Hotel. over n numlterof ladles and gentlemen. 8 to 12 and 1 to S p.m. We were kept there for three hours, Offica Hour and when I got out I swore by my Sunday bat I'd never go to another public concert. "Next day I Mmght it phonograph and u lot of record of the kind I like, and now I enjoy my music, t start It when I get ready, nnd ult when I am tired. No punk singers an encored. No Windy Jim Introduce the singers with n few pertinent remark. If a singer dlspleaswi me, I slop the machine and throwthe record Into the alley. You'd better tear up your concert ticket nnd come and hear my mu-si- c mill." Let them know what you are doing through an advertisement. IT'S THE BUSINESS ' J. A. Beazlev FUNERAL DIRECTOR Olllre Over National Hank. Kcaldence I'hone 3. Olllce I'hone 27 LANCASTER., KY, SUITABLE FEED FOR HORSES Timothy Hay, Oats and Corn Are Recommended for Animal Doing Average Work on Farm. Katlons recommended for average home doing average work are, fifteen pound of mixed hay, ten pound oats, four pounds wheat bran. If you would rather feed your timothy bay to the horse and save the clover for rows the following ration might buvw ue on your farm: twelve pounds timothy hay, seven iiound oats, seven pound com. Tbee are for one day's feeding. MAN'S GREATEST ASSET. Dr. Printus Walker VETERINARIAN. Hard Hit Call Answered I romplljr Day or "What'a wrong, old man? You look NUht Chin 317 blue." "Had n scrap with my wife this .ANCASTl 'X KI morning." "Oh. don't let u little thing like that worry you. A thunderstorm clears the TREES! TREES! atmospliere, you know." ?OR SPRING PLANTING. help a man "Yes. but thut doesn't WRITE FOR OUR FREE who' been struck by llghtnlnr." CATALOG OFFERING. Hoktou Trnlitrrlpt. Ml'lKl WE ALSO DO ALL KINDS CATALOG i t OF JOB WORK AND SECOND CUTTING OF COWPEAS Under Favorable ClrcumtUnce Plant Will Sprout Again After Being Cut for Hay or Sed. Uuder favorable conditions cowpeaa after being cut for hay will aprout Considerable again from the base. iwsturage or even a second crop of bay 4r seed It sometimes produced, especially In the (lulf coast region) If follow the good moisture condition drat cutting--. Ordinarily, however, but it abift cutting can bo vbuUesL PRINTING. YOUR BUSINESS WILL BE APPRECIATED. Of Course. "You made a big bowl that you were out for civic liettermcnt." "We did." "Yet your program consists solely of getting your crowd Into office." "Well, ain't that civic New Rich. "Well, what'a on the tapis today nsked the social secretary hreeilng In. "I hadn't noticed." answered Maw Hoptoad. "Maria, did you spill anything on f" r BLOOMING SHRUBS SMALL FRUITS GRAPE VINES PERENNIALS EVERGREENS HEDGING ROSES ETC. Everytlllllir for thn nrrhnriL awn mid jrarden. No airenta. H. F. HILLENMEYER 4k SONS Lexington, Ky. FRUIT AND SHADE TREES Th Central Record. Lancastei , Ky., Thursday Apr 7, 92 1 1 PAIR OF SCALES First: It to sold at a moderate price, You save when you buy k. Second: It has more than the ordinary leavening strength, therefore, you use less. Third: Thcra arc no failures it nhvnys makes the ot American Legion News The first call for reservations at N'ntlonnf Convention of the American Legion In Kansas City, Mo., next fall, comes from Lewis F. Tuttla I'oit Ko. 51, of Anthony, Kansai. The reriuest Is for reservations for every member of the pott. Anthony hoatU a membership of ninety-seveper cent of the eligible men In the community, even reaching acrois the line and drawing a number of Oklahomans Into Its fold. One of the numerous overflow meetings attended on tho American Legion's "All American" gathering In New York was an Important affair staged by Grant Mitchell, starring in current Broadway comedy "Staged" is the right word, success. for Mitchell held his meeting In the theater between t(rc acts nnd the audience were his collaborators. Mitchell explained what the Legion was doing and called on the audi ence to sing the National Anthem. They responded with enthuiinm. Kncouraglng voices endorsed the actor's statement that "this Is as good a plaee as any to Join the American Legion In showing our Americanism." General John J. Pershing, Klsie Janis, and national officers of the will attend nn American Legion banquvt In St. American Legion Louis April 18th.. which will be the closing feature of a conference of adjutants of Missouri posts of the tho n HOST ESSENTIAL Selling Various Farm Products by Guess Is Seldom Profit Its easy to pain WlTJTaV ..ammi m -- as.ii aTjBBBBBBBBVr- - Bk V able to Farmer. PilOTlCE PLEASING TO DEALER cwectcst, most palatable of foods. Foitrtlu It fo used by mil-Hoof housewives landing domestic science teachers and cooking experts. PURE PAINT Tho first stroke of the brush proves tho superior covering (hiding) experienced Buyer Has Advantage of Skill in estimating Not Possessed by Siller Small Platform Dcvlc Is Best. I'riurl by the Utilt.J suits IX plt-ii- nt ut Asrlcullurs.) quality of Kurfees Paint. "(lueKMil weights ami measures" ore M.'ldui profitable fur the farmer. This practliti l unhulnedlke. It Indicates a curvlessiiess of tin; ulue of the thing tit In wlllinr, and the buyer would Ihj JVV!IEH YOU DUYIT-VfltfNV- W IT KM more tluiii huiiiuii If lie did not tuku mrtin; adtimtuxe. A "guessed bushel" of HitutiK Is morv likely to measure Hi peck tluiii Where raivn are bused on weight the grower U pub) for wlint ho delhen. When ttn bur baluiiiv ill llsl imuiids Fifth: It 13 the best Baking totli i.iirtlot know Hint full taluu bus Powder that can bo produced. Was glen and received. given his belt awards at World's An Argument for Sea lee. fare Fond Cxpadtlm.Chlcago;tari argument for thu lustulln-IIih- i The CaJuntsc Exposition, Iaris, rrancc good set of scale In u Nut CoaU of Sixth It contains only such KeciM place on the furm I Hint, while Ingredients as have been officially J cup butter; tin produce dealer Is nearly ulwu) approved by the United States Food I, cup sugar, 2 willing to buy 'by be It Authorities. efiRs. i cup willing to I that wuy. The Ik ur,l level tea-tfinest quality Bakinrc The most conspicuous piece of equipment n Calumet Legion. . Powder at tlie rnott economical i.ik.r( In I lie vegetable Mnll. tlie market, or Legion A warning to American eoit. "The Illcpeit llarrilil Thtt , Cl chopped the grocery I mi ecu rule pair of Coca Into the Kitchen Today." against using the Influruts, 1 tca'p"m The produce t lint Is bought post officers ule. , Mix pUin flour w h pure b.VInq lemon Juice. "by gueni" In wild by imtico Tlie deul-e- r ence of the Legion to obtain post-Then mil in the pjjwdfr intfail"c)rtilntfuncrrtin mnsterships and other political apbuyer uml It u practical regular way. mixture. Then you will know vour fiine itegree of accuracy In mak- pointments has been made by II. II. "l wKjf'n'. Gikinri Il.m ing bU estimates. Thll be Im I lie Fell, Commander of the Oklahoma by the Department of the exscrvlce men's advantage of skill not funner, who Inrk exirletico In mak- organization. The Legion commaning Id entlmute. der declared that there Is no attempt The denier ba snutber ndvantage to curtail the efforts of Legionnaires Miles and family. by the funner. As be sell by not held BUCKEYE as individuals, but that activities nd Timothy, Kentucky weight, be Imi a means of checking Clover the Legion in tin- - accuracy of hi gues. If be tllids tending to involve Gra... e Blue Gra. and Orchard Thursday V. M. 8. meet that the weight of stevr, for limtaiic', politics are contrary to the constiIlud.on A Farnau. at 3 o'clock, April 14th. urn, lew thun be tKllinnteil It to t tution of that organization. spent when be purrlmneii It, he may recover Mr. and Mrs. Louis Noel A sum of 221,000, raised during e million Second year of seventy-fivby charging the rutomer the war for the Michigan Patriotic Saturday night and Sunday with Mr. bU lo is now due. tcampalgn more or by taking out the Ion on the Fund, will soon be turned over to and Mrs. Mark Bogie near Nicholas-villwas a next "guesMnl" purchase he innkes. Hev. Price of Louisville the Michi U likely to fall not on the the welfare committee of ) The guest of Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Ray Dr. and Mrs. Geo. Hcndrcn were dealer, who Incurred It. but umph In-gan Department of the American until Monday. frcm Saturday Legion, according to Guy M. Wil In Islington Saturday to nee their nocent part Irs. daughter. Mrs. Wnlter Davis, who is ' The bureau of markets, by publish-- j son, Department Commander. The Kobt. Ullard Gulley of near tug tin- - pre ailing market prices for money will be used for the welfare has been visiting Mr. A. C In the Good Samaritan Hospital. J meat and furm produce, offer free work among men. Information to the fanner that wilt American Indians, who served dur w U SAVE tE Here's what it will do works farther, looks ITbetter, smoother, goes Colors retain wears longer. their brilliancy and protect the surface from tho weather for more years thata real economy. There isn't any magic aboutit it's just better paint. It is pure paint and all paint made the Kurfees way from 100 percent pure lead and zinc Abra Pun LtaJ To Gallon Than Any Oihtr Pa hi. let 11 gu",' 11 HASELDEN BROS. Lancaster, Ky. Grand Rapids. Bulletins containing the names of Virginia's draft dodgers will be sent to nil posts of the American Legion as soon as they are made public by the War Department. Posts of that state will receive Instructions from Department Headquarters to cooperate with the constituted authorities in Uie slacker roundup. No, we can never mend our own faults by complaining of those of others. As long as there is Ufa there- Is hope, but hope does not always prolong life. - mI-tlm- ii w Poa-der- nt-ta- in xieed eve-nin- 11 e. 1 le THE In tk BKAD-MAW- R HERD soon, r Anjus C.UI. of oul.tanding INDIVIDUALITY and of ;h. to vml my herd BLOOD LINES, it will b to your or RICH-ES- marital or going to be for Abderdren LfaaTBmmmmmflBmmmmmml ters received nt National Headquarters. An application for n post at St. Charles, S. I)., bears the name of four Sioux Indians, who sign Comcs-Ou- t themselves: Ucnjumin Walks-I- n Bear, Charles-Ow- l The House, Narclssc MacKcnzIc and John Bluebird. The state executive committee of the New York Department of the Amencan Legion has passed a re solution endorsing the sale by the American and French Children s to , League of red artificial popples be worn on Memorial Day. Pro- ' ceeds of the sale go to the orphan children of France. An effort Is being made to have all stores and homes display the poppy May 30th. F. W. Galbraith, Jr., National Commander of the American Legion, has Just returned from a tour of Ining the World War, are lining up spection In the Michigan Department with the American Legion, accord of the Legion. He was n speaker ing to applications for post chnrac- - nt Legion gatherings in Detroit and The United States has succeeded Great Britain as the world's banker, Europe owing1 us the tidy Httlo sum of fourteen billions of dollars. The fourteen billions look better to us than the honor of being tho w. b. Get 'cm back. T tha cream or corratpond with mo at onco. You can buy lha yard record.. famillas. Many of them hav. ;kow fa.klonabU One buadr.d. and fifty haad in tka bard to select from. Cow. and halfar heavy in calf to lh servlco of Black Cap foyalty and at Ami. Plantation Ito. Young bull, of all as, for .ale. raa.onablo figure. DANVILLE, ICY. A. D. BRADSIIAW, PHONE 218 lntrt lilt the pace, or it The ChicitKO river interferes medicine. It is is like Advice beauty with the growth ntul people. I City. This does very objectionable to mo.t of the Windy IVnnla who are annoved bv gosilp' not please the people where are generally the ones who listen to it. the wind blows, hence they In the nbience of food the pick up the river nnd movo It bohheviki might fall back upon over to a spot farther removed. the nnclent cuitom of eating one for the another. Taying 911,000,000 privilege will add spice to the It ia honed. In nasaing. that the ,,, .. job. No, there is no wind in ' lime win eventually cumc ...in un- ...ii.. this item, even if there is plenty, civilized civlllratlon will again bc-come civilized. it in Chicago. Hus-sn- in of may hit you. HENRY CLAY CAKE Yon can'l imagine a more wholesome dessert lhan a big slice of tempting cake made from HENRY CLAY Flour. It is the dessert that brings pleasing compliments from your gueils or furnishes your family a dainty, nourishing treat. Your Dealer Sells I Mors ProMabla Aocurate Weights Than "Guessed Weights." HENRY CLAY FLOUR 77lare 6co7to7ruca-Jt3aA- 6 is I THE UNIVERSAL CAR Tlie simplicity of the Ford car, Its stability in construction, the famous heat treated Vanadium steel with its marvelous strength nnd flcxibilit) the low, cost of operation and 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. Wc will be pleased to have your order. Don't delav because the demand Vc have 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 except Ford Z?BBiMBmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmlBmm place him on the level with the dealer o far as knowledge- of prices is con-- J cenied, but unless the farmer has n ' set of scales available be cnnnut use this knowledge. An accurate set of small platform scales should I u part of the farm equipment, and every farm sale should bo referred to them. If mounted uon rollers they can be moved from place to place as their hen Ices are required. If without roller, they can be moved They nhould be In n w heelbnrrow. kept In n building that Is as free from and dust und moisture as te tested with standard should In weights ut Ieut once a year. lire made by mime states the tet law by an otticlal who makes the ad Juntmetit neceSMiry to restore tho scale to balance, nr. If this cannot be done, condemns tho apparatus and teals It so that It cannot tie ued again until repaired. Answers Most Purposes. Such equipment wilt answer mott faini purpoM's, but a larger set of settles Is occasionally required to weigh cattle, bogs, hay, or other ma terials too heavy or bulky to lift upon Very often the Miiall plntform. place of business H merchant who centrally or it fanner who liven on n inula roud leading Into town finds It a prutltuble InveMmcnt to put In n set of pit scales for the use of fanners nnd others who are bringing bulky material to market. When a fanner knows that he rati drive his mtlle or his loaded wagoti upon the platform of pit scnles without going out of his way, be will be less Inclined In lump off a baniful of hay or sell Ids stock by the The owner of the scales receives a small fee for his services and the fanuer it signed statement of weight which Is the basis of payment when If delivers his load at thu market or shipping yard. J &64 Mcnfotvncj HENRY CLAY the ideal cake flour. Try it with any good recipe; feel the pure white silky texture; note the small amount of ingredients it takes to bake the fineft cake you could wish for. Proper fiouc, hawng the successful cake making. is largely guess work. FLOUR I ume lugh uniform quality, goes a long way in If you are not tuic of your flour, home baking xllie, Among discriminating housewives HENRY CLAY Flour has a juflly earned reputation for making (lie fineil, lighteA cakes and paihiet. It goes farther than any other flour, because of its high gluten content. It imparts a richness in flavor that is a revelation in taitincss. Besides, it' so easy to bake with HENRY CLAY Hour. s Jufl to proe HENRY CLAY Flour is a superior flour, order a sack today Itom jour grocer. Lexington Roller Mills Co. liwufkrifj LGXINGTON, KENTUCKY 7 IlKllttLOlil!. UUUtitToM.av.lM. 'fA "Si kwcun H-'r'nil- 4 The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday Apr 7. 92 1 1 ,As The Editor Sees It. CUTTING HARROWS. DRAG HARROWS, CORN PLANTERS, CORN DRILLS, CULTIVATORSAt a reduced price at - "Life is getting slow nniii,' remarked a leading citizen ns he laid aside his morning paper. Perhaps it is. Yet in the i Inst twenty-fou- r hours he has traveled two million miles Some jaunt that, even for one who is accustomed to hitting the pace. Hut of course, he traveled along with the earth, and never gave a thought to the speed at which he was tearing through space. We seldom more than half think when we do any thinking at all. The red terror is gripping Germany, just ns the German terror tried to grip France and England, and would have done had not the American foot tripped her up just at the psychological moment. The German terror, devoid of teeth, probnbly knows now how it feels to have another terror gripping it. And yet we can not help a feeling that the German terror of war days consisted of the kaiser, the aristocracy, and the militaristic class. The com mon people were simply herd ed Up and driven to slaughter. Terrors are terrifying, no mntter which side they grip. In Lancaster School Notes LOST Poland China boar, weight about ISO pounds. Last seen In Duncantown Monday. Notify this office. Huslness comes where it Is invited nnd stays longest where It is best treated. Wc have smashed all form er prices on cultivators, cutting harrows, plows, buggies, wagons all kinds of harness collrs, pads nnd ?. Dry IS BACK IN TOWN Willi a full line S. Brown ot Goods, Groceries, Shoes AND MILLINERY many other things for the farm, (tf.) W. J. Romans. High School was dismissed last Friday afternoon for It was necessary for someof the teachers to leave In order to attend the Classical at Richmond, Ky. Cash qnly. Come in to sec us and get our prices. Bring us your Eggs and get the top prices. GET In the HABIT or going TO ' CONN BROS. "LIVE AND LET LIVE FOLKS." irnriri Ell The Central Record tnu.d Watklr. 31.30 IE1S Y.r. Payable in Advaac. J. E. ROBINSON. Editor. R. L .ELKIN, Local Editor and JIgr. Lan-caste- r, Entered at the Poit Office In Ky., as Second-Class Mall Matter. Lancaster, Ky., April 7, 1921 Pofrifft Ad.rni.inr R.pr.ruttv THE AMERICAN PRESS ASSOCIATION Kate, For Political Announcaraants. r'or Precinct and City Offlces.-5.0- 0 10.00 For County Offices For State and District Offices.. 15.00 .10 For Calls, per line .10 For Cards, per line Far all publications in the interest of individuals or expression of individual views, per line Obituaries, per line ..... . 10 .05 Announcements. I authorized to announce the candi'isfy of E. V. Purycar to succeed himself in the office of Commonwealth's Attorney for this district, subject to the action of the Democratic Primary. August G, 1921. Wc are Will It WoVk? Yenrs ngo the public whipping post was abolished ns be-iJi detriment to enlightened humanity. It was believed that respect for and observance of the law could be maintained by other nhd more humanitarian methods;' In Delaware at least the reform appears to have proven a failure, and the whipping post is to be revived. So much the news dispatches tell us. ns It is frankly admitted that prison sentences alone arc not sufficient to check the alarming wave of crime in that state and the official as a last resort will resurrect the ancient custom. In the golden days of the western frontier the respectable clement of a community adopted equally forcible methods when the luw officers failed to curb the "bad men." vigilance They organized committees, took the law in to their own hands, and convenient limbs of trees with the dangling bodies of the desperadoes. It was less spectacular than n public whipping but quite as effective and more lasting ns a cureat least in the case of the danglers. Delewnrc is not the only sick spot in this country today. Crime is rampant in practically all of the centers of population and the ordinary functioning of the law appears incapable of checking it. It is inconceivable that present conditions are to be allowed to continue indefinitely. doc-orated Washington they are working on a scheme for tax It is hinted that revision. there will be a general downward trend, 'with the exceih tax eliminated entirely. In other words, the burden of the poor man will be lightened by a few pennies, while that of rich men and big corporations will be clipped off by the hundreds of thousands. gist of the presV That dispatches. We hope, however, they are in error. We Your Home, And Ours. prefer to think that President adNo matter how much of a Harding, at least, is an chestnut a story may be, it is vocate of the square deal. always new to the person who The wife of a Red Cross hears it for the first time. worker has brought suit for It is even so when we advodivorce against him. While cate faith in, loyalty to, and overseas this misreprcsenta-tiv- e the building up of the home of a noble band married community. We have written a demure French Lassie, and preached until the subof the fact that he had ject has almost become a left a wife in the states. Later chestnut, yet in every new ef- there was a child. fort of our pen there is a senWife No. 1 preferred her tence somewhere that strkes freedom to being linked up to a sympathetic chord in the a brute, even though he wore heart of some person. No ef- the emblem of the Red Cross. fort for local betterment is The respectable brute creaentirely in vain. tion, however, will probably We live in this town be- object to having this animal cause wc believe in it. We classed as one of them. believe in it because it is a good town, regardless of its We read that the secretary few defects, and its people arc of state is studying Mexican the peers of those to be found conditions. Perhaps he will anywhere. find that we have something to This town may not have the learn from the sane and dewealth of some more favored termined course of President communities, but it has char- Obregon. The Mexican exeacter, and character is a pos- cutive appears to have accompsession which cannot be pur- lished the impossible'by quickchased with gold. ly restoring order and a semIf you believe in your home blance of normal conditions in town you will like it, and if his country. you like it no effort townrd Mr. Harding may prove as will bo too resourceful ns Genoral Obits improvement great for you. regon. We hope so, at least. Again we ask you who have We need it. faith in your own powors to A vicious Canadian timber also have faith in your own wolf was rounded up in the town. railroad yards of Chtcago, When you feel like criticis- having surreptitiously travelod ing it, chock the thought befrom the wilds of Cnnnda in a fore it is spoken. You can al- freight car. No one paid the ways find something good to freight. It's too bad we can't say instead, and even then the load up our vicious human half of the truth will never be wolves and ship them up told. where the tall trees grow. An It is a good town now, but even exchnnge would be to our faith, loyalty and united ac- advantage. Wo might even tion will make it a better one. find it profitable to pay tho Our faith in this town broth- freight. There are degrees of er, is simply faith in you, beviciousness even in wolves, you cause the town is a collection know. of your's. Surely your faith is not less Card Of Thanks. than ours. We wish to thank our neighbors Let us unite let us net for and friend for their kindness and a better and. a more cohesive sympathy shown us during the illness community. and death of our darling boy. Mr. Bed ?:s. V. L. Sanders. It is your homeand ours. e An evil unchecked soon grows to engulfing proportions. It enlarges and expands until it eventually destroys every moral force that opposes it. We are not prepared at this time to advocate whipping posts or the art of .dangling, except in the last extremity.al-thoug- h we frankly admit the urgent necessity of some radical measure that will make this country safe for people who themselves respect and obey the law. The Deleware experiment will be watched with considerable interest by students of criminology. The l.ancastcr H'gh School llano the Hall tram met and defeated Nicholusville team on tho home grounds Friday, April 1st. by the de to ft. The team cisivc score of a a whole plnyed well but showed their lack of experience which they will soon overcome. The visitor Wc welcome one and all. Lancaster, Ky. were unable to connect with Cox's "April Fool Hall" Hrntton, who was sent in at the last nlso proved effective agnlnt tho "Nicks." Noble supported Uwrence Harrrt, Lancaster High will play some Edwin Hooth, Edwin Forrest, Lotto, hnnl game this season and they inMaggie tend to "go get'em. Let's go with Mitchell, John A. Owens. AT LEXINGTON OPERA IIOUSK.i Kdwin them. Adrwns ami Joseph Jefferson at Pittsburg Opera huse In 1871, See The Reared among the Indians, first j Hurdy (ttmly oirk employer of John Philip Sousa, and then he became n star In his own right and In 1876 established hi School Auditorium contemporary of Hooth, Harret and own company, which flourished unTonlj-h- t. Modjeska, there were few dull for twenty-eigThe child with no schooling litis mement in the early life of Milton der his management j ears. Among Noble most one chance In 150,000 of perform, NoMea, the vetdrnl actor who will ing distinguished service; with ele- be seen in the title rele of John popular successes, written by himmentary education, he has four time Goldcn's rreduetian of "Llghtnln' " self and with his wife, Dolly Nobles, were "The Phoenix." the chance; with high school educa- at the l.exingtn Opera house for tion, S7 times the chance; with col three days starting, Monday, April "Love and Uw" nnd "From Sire t lege education, 800 times the chance. 11th., with n matinee Wednesday. Son." John Philip Soua was playing see-o. . i i ii Mr. It. K. Taylor, business man .ir. monies emiTKCU inim vlsJin in a Washington theatre ager at Ilerrn College has conde- years' retirement to appear In the when Nobles gave him his tint roati scended to isive the commencement famous comedy success at tha Gaiety engagement. Sousa played the acaddre at - H S. this year. He theatre, New York, lat summer anil for a singing mhj. was here at the Father and Son ban- the lending reviewers praised him en companiments He aUm quet and we ore very glad to have thusiastically. Hern of New Eng- brette between the acts. Stillwater, Minn., in wrote his first composition, "To again. him land stock in Hluesoe March," while in NebleV With all probability the Senior the muMIe forties long before Min- employ. Adv, nesota or St. Paul existed Nobles class of '21 is the most perfect or ganization of its kind ever toned up is a link with the shadowed past in His first theatrlcol en by twelve studious and consecrated the theatre. zx Ka fca Ra r5 r Ra rso a ra let years in Lancaster chool. Ita work gagement was with Susan Denim, would startle the audacity popular in repertoire In the West in B. in French of Monsicun Hallway, could he but the early days. The budding thes-pia- n was eighteen but In spite of his hear the rhymatic recitations brought No horre can travel to good forward by this clois. SaprVstti!! youth he became the company's advantage with xiily shaped m engageDorenanant, n special scribe ha leading man. Important 4? and 111 fitted shoes on. They J! been secured to lay before you the ments in various parts of the country jy including a period on the s. lose pep. wonderful achievements de la Senior followed, We lit shoes properly. Pacific coast, whither he Journeyed clan. Your hor feels the col.ifort they give, Just a you da when Tho Senior Class has been com- on the second overland train that Union Pacific you wrar a comfortable shoe. IS missioned by MI.h Robinson to read passed over the new JSI.MO CASH Hamlet outside of the English Class. line. He barnstormed in the far Northwest with Mr. and Mrs. Frank We hnve been studying some very S A. H. VANHUSS i7 Hates, parents of Blanche Hates, writers, such as James before Seattle or Vancouver was S. Whitcomb Riley and Mark Tlrain. Lancaster, Ky & thought of. Under the visiting star system, tjaBHtUi!sirMtatytyrjrwutrw Social Nawi. Missei Robinson and Sexton attended the Clas ileal Association at Richmond last Frldey and Saturday. Miss Mary Anna Heard spent the week-enat Shelbyvlllc. Mr. Hoyd spent the week-enIn Louisville. Miss Sexton spent Sunday at her home in Lexington. Misses Anna Uritian and Kugenia T TSERS of De Laval Cream Separators have canted Moss were in Lancaster Saturday. away every first prize awarded at conventions o( the They were former student of Lan National Creamery Buttermakers Association since their caster School. first meeting in 1392. The record is unbroken t Every one was glad to see Miss Westover and Miss Syler back at school Monday, as they have done so The reason is that De Laval bowl design, together much helpful work fur tho school. with lew speed, enables the delivery o( buttcr-fn- t globules Rev. Smith made n splendid talk unbroken in their natural condi in chapel last, Tuesday morning. , thus insuring more and tion Grins and Groans better butter. Eugene, rushing In Labatory, "Say Karl, come on out let's catch some The De Laval is the "blue-ribb- on files." separator. Ruby, turning to Mayme; "Hies, why it's not fly time yvl.' ThcfirOMTI Store "Lighlnin' " j ht iuii" nd HORSE PEP d d FIRST PRIZE Martha Ward coming suddenly in Miss Robinson's room said, "Oh, I see I've came In tho wrong room.' Miss Robinson: Well, went out." Miss La Verne Dtckcrson has formed us that she has lost two large rats, between her home and the school building. In- H'TBBflSBSBVI A ITUZX WINNING IKOUUCT liberal terms. Coma in, examine tho maichlnas and talk It over. You can buy n Ntrvts Do Lavnl from us on SOONER OR LATER YOU WILL BUY A Miss Lula Anderson has recently purchased n Ford Coupe with a chauffeur. He sure and come to the Hase Hall gnme with Paint Lick Friday. 0i LAVAL Lancaster, Ky. FOR PAINTING OF ALL KINDS, ROOF OR INSIDE WORK CALL OR SEE L. N. ELMORE, HASELDEN BROS. CONTRACTOR. All Work Guaranteed. The Central Record, Lancaster Ky. Thursday, Apr 7, 92 1 I. Prof. Henry Klllott, of Louisville, was In the city a short while thii week. i W' Miss Pear, week-end Crutchflcld was the guest of Mis Hose Ulunchl, OUR HATS Never so low that they are skimped in style of Itlchmontl. Vanhuss spent the last week. rml in Itlchmond, the gursi oi inentis. .Mrs. Miss Annn Ilelle and quality. Never so high that they fall in fair value. We now offer maximum style and quality Kl liny and little daughter, y Znde Zanonc, roturncd to their home In Louisville Sunday. Misses Pcrmclia and Kttn Ilobln- son were the guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. L. J. I'eyton. for today's dollar. AFTER EASTER MARK DOWN jj T9 FrtANCISSVlITrl Tested Seed Corn. Early yellow Calico Seed Corn, KcUy Corn, John. on County While, Yellow Dent. Hudson & On Ladies Wearing Apparel. During the week ending April 9th, we will offer any Silk or Woolen Dress In our house regardless or original prices at $23.75 and $29.75. We have cheaper dresses but this refers to our high grade merchandise. 3 SPECIAL. PRICES ON COATS AND SUITS. Exceptional values in the correct models and latest materials. Mrs. Joe Mount returned last week I assistant ticket agent I from Louisville, where she has been Mr. I'rivctt for the Louisville & Nashville Kail-- J visiting relative frr the past two road in Birmingham. The wedding 3 weeks. will be ronducted by Dr. J. V. Lognn Dr. and Mrs. W. M. Elliott are of Louisville, for several yeans pasj! spending several days In Cincinnati tor of the First I'resbytcrlan church m ami wii. nuenu me iiniy aunuay rC' In Mlddlcsboro. After the wedding vival. the couple will leave for New Orleans and later will be at homo to Mr. and .Mrs. II. J. Chestnut and their friends in Birmingham. The jj children, of Paint Lick, spent Satur announcement wii be received by lay night and Sunday with Mr. and Lancaster folks with great Interest TV Mm. L. J. I'eyton. on account of the wide connection of the families. Dr. am! Mr. II. C. Kese and son, In James Lear, spent the week-en- d Winchester last week, the guests of Be Sure to See Dr. and Mrs. Sam Hose. p J j 5j Farnau. "Love thy neighbor as thyself" says the good book and especially if she is young nnd beautiful, say we. Public Sale Of t 3 TV TV Personal Property. An administrator with the will annexed of James Littcrcll, deceased, it will sell on the premises of the late James Littcrcll, on the Poor Hldge Pike, njtout 10 miles from Lancaster, Kentucky, on FRIDAY, APML 15, 1921, at 2:30 P. M., o'eleck, all the personal property left by said James Littcrcll, consisting of household nnd kitchen furnl- ture, one horse and one cow. TFPM5., Made known on day of sale. (AH HA III) HANK & THUST CO., Administrator with the will annexed of JAMKS LITTKIIKLL, Dcc'd. RAIINCOAT SPECIALS SPECIAL SALE ON RAIN COATS in high grade merchandise. ranging from $9.75 iA-ice- Mr. and Mrs. Stonle Sebastian, Mr. and Mrs. Jasper Moberley spent Kaster Sunday with Mr. nnd Mr. IloyMon Kny and Mrs. Nannie Low. "Carlotta" in WW 1 s to $12.75. SEE OUR BEAUTIFUL LINE OF PIECE GOODS, WOOLENS, SILKS, VOILS AND ORGANDIES. WOMEN and CHILDREN'S I I ranee. t f FOOT 1717 WEAR Miss Mntttc I.u'r entertained at her home last Tuesday evening In , honor of the young men of her Sunday school class nnd their young girl friends. It waj a delightful oc- -' Admission made casion nnd every guest was In her Imppy by the genial hostess happy and entertaining style. The fisfrxriTr refreshments consisted of ices and cakes nnd the decorations of pink b3 r.-.ii- i nnd white were vry artistic and tastily arranged. J t "Th nuray uuray Girl" April 7th. School Auditorium i I 25 cts. !nt,M.AIl.y, 1 FOR ' THAT FIT AND WEAR. THE STORE THAT MAKES A SPECIALTY OF - cV If you lta fool troubles vt.it our itnrf-- April 18th and lOlli. ho will give you a fre n W. will have a fool specialist from Chicago, your hot. 7C examination. You do not have to irmotr h. will maka Imprrtiion of your fool t4 with out removing your stocking. Announcement has been made of the uppreaching marriage of Miss TV Harry Klnnalrd. of Mlddlesbero, to Mr, John H. I'rivctt, of Hinninghnm, Aln., at the home of April rA 20th. The bride-eleis the daughter of Lily Doom Kinnaird and the neiceof Dr. J. II. Kinnaird, Misses Kale and Lillian Kinnaird, of this city. Mim Kinnaird is well nown in Lancaster, where she has visited and hns many relatives and friends here. the-brld- IS wil ftPLUMB- , :m I, A L, i tit r SEK Mi li ' 1 TyS E II PV.2? ' StaifJaril vi?x- Lexington St. H CARTIIY rhePIA'.MHKIt llcitine, Roofing Guttering, Etc. Shop Phone 69. Lancaster, Ky. jf Wi I Art H f4 M K JCi Pijl iM i Ill Gossip About People vvN? A UfM Mintlen .1 Ins Comings and W Cif5i by Th.i Am lattrtittd In. Mr. Jim West, of Itlchmond, has been n recent visitor In Ijincaster. Dr. frm J. lli Klnnnlrtl has returned a few days stay in Cincinnati. e. Misses Kate and Lillian Klnnalrd have been recent visitors in Dan-v- Mr, and Mrs. 0. II. SwinrLroad were visiters in Lexington the past week. Mrs. Harry Hudson has returned frem a visit ta relatives In Fleming, burg, I'carl Crutchfleld spent the week.end with Itoia Ulunchl, of Mtss Klohmoritl. Miss 'Alberta Anderson has been viitUng her aunt. Miss Dora Harris in Danvftlc. Mrs. Carrie Davidson is Wilting Iwr daughter, Mrs. Z. T. Kice ami Mr. like In Itlchmond. Messrs. V. A. Marksbury have busineM trip in Louisville, Lear and F. 11. returned from a Miss Itobinson and Miss Sexton, Miss Khzobeth Ford has returned teachers of High School, htivc been from a few days visit in Louisville. recent visitors in IMchmond. Capt. T. A. Klkm and Miss Sallic The Chautauqua Clrelemet Fri- Klkin, returneni home last Fridaynf. day afternoon 'with Misses Martha ter speirdlng most of the winter in Deland, Fla. an I Helen CIH tw Maple avenue. Miss Minnie Mne Itobinson, a State Mr. and Mrs. Cky Sutton have re turned from a few days visit to Dr. Cdllegc student, spent the last week nnd Mrs. J. M. Stnugten In Coving- end with her parents, Mr. and .Mrs. George D. Itobinson, at their suburb ton. an home, "Maples." Master Kobert Lilian! Culley Mrs. Kmma KaufTman, Miss Frank-i- e visited hi grand parents Mr. and KnutTman nnd Miss Mary Lee Mr. A. C. Miles, at lluckeyo last (livens have returned from a few week-end- . day sUy in Cincinnati. While there' Mr. nml Mrs. Hanks Hudson nnd they attended the famous Hilly Sun Nil, Hanks, Jr., of Danville were day revival. guest Sunday tvf Mr. and Mrs. V. The Woman' Club hold their A. Fnrnau. meeting Thursday afternoon at the rooms. After the business program Miss Kliza Lunsford, who has been very interesting questions on "New visiting her sister, Mr. Jasper Cox Cltwenship" was answered by the And Mr. Cox, hns returned to her members. About twelve members home In Cincinnati. were present. Judge Davis, Mrs. Davis, wlte ot Mr. Anna Hubble nnd daughter, of I'ineville, Ky., who has beep visi- Mattie Mae, spent tKo week-enwith ting her brother, Mr. James McCarty relative at Hedgevlllc. returned home Sunday. Mrs. Hen Hughe and daughter, Miss Delia Kice Hughes, have been reMrs. J. H. Woods, who has been cent visitor of relatives at Marksvisiting her sister Mrs. Thomas bury. Parks and Mr. Parks, in Danville, has returned to Iincnster. Mr. and Mr. W. K. liastfn, nnd Kev. nnd Mr. H. It. llourland left Dr and Mrs. J. M. Staugton, who Tuesday afternoon to visit Mr. nnd have been visiting Mr. Staugton' In Mrs. II. V. Hastin Frankfort. mother, Mrs. II. A. II. Marksbury, They will be in Louisville Wedneshave return wl to their home In Cov day and Thursday to attend the ington, Ice Denier Association. d -- I HELP YOU WHEN you want a dish of ico crenni, or a cold soft drink a cipar, a can of tobacco, or a good pipe a stick of j?tim or the daintiest of confectioner)' reliable complexion specialities or a toilet set a lead pencil or a box of the choicest stationery or any of the many little daily wants you just naturally drift around to this store and FIND YOU WANT. THIS DRUG STORE Affords you many attractive conveniences and beneficial opportunities. n I WHAT WHEN the doctor hands you a prescription yon have every confidence that it will be accurately filled, and that the price will be moderate. When you need only a simple romedy for some slight. ailment you KNOW you can find it here, and that it is highly recommondod by othors who have used it. s Why Pay More Seed Bearrs and Peas in bulk Seed Potatoes as low as Onion Sets Broken Rice Whole Rice r bu. a qt. a lb. a lb. a lb. I I lOcts a Pt. $1.50 a I Strictly fresh caught fish EXTRA SPECIAL Sets, Sets, 7cts. 20cts. Opal npd Mines Helen Agnes Calebbs, of Crab Orchard spent last week with their grandparents, Mr. r.t and Mrs. Henry A. Moore on Crab Orchard street nnd will visit their nunt, Mrs. Millard Hanlm, at Point ) Leavel before returning home. Mr. and Mr. Jim Clouie enter tained a efw of their friends Tues I day afternoon in honor of their son, to James Henry, it being hi birthday 9 Cake, pie nnd candy were served. HI A most enjoyable afternoon was spent. Mr. and Mr. Cronley Hroadus received a message from their son, Win. O. Hroadus, of Chicago, HI., announcing the arrival of a little daughter, who made her appearance at the Chicago Union Hospital Saturday, April 2nd. Mother und baby doing nicely. i IT HELPS YOU CONFIDENCE creates habit ,and a GOOD habit is an aid to health. Keop coming and keep well. Our Entire Line of Candy only 20cts.a lb. STORMES DRUG STORE. FIRST THOUGHT IN DRUGS. ' .1 SANDER'S VARIETY STORE I L Established 185:1 . Phone 39, Lancaster, DG J1 The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday, Apr 7, 192 I Uncle Watt's BOURNE Itjdton A Farnau. Miss Martha W, Curtis, who has been ill is able to be out again. The infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Sherrow is seriously III. Miss Christine Spenke spent last Tuesday night with Miss Felda Grow. Miss Lou Ella Doolin Is able to be Mr. I E. &pcnkc and family spent Sunday with Mr. S. II. Spenke and ramify. Miss Lucille Huffman was the nt tractive guest of Miss Lou F.lln Pool- - Tailed Saad Osts. Savers are Winners It it very interesting to observe enehusiastic silvers. We watch them ns they cone .regularly to the bank to make their deposits. There is on their faces the smile that is peculiar to winners. Their glory is not alone in the amount they have saved: they know that it is not always easy to save and are proud to have succeeded. And then there is the fascination of growth! Only those who have really saved know the pleasure of watching a savings account grow. A growing savings account is something to be 1 lasoi A Commercial cluli, on 'Iluslness Kmclency, " observed tbo retired merchant, "ami the next day his atore was clored bjr tho sheriff." "Life Is full of such Ironies, doggone It," villi) the hotel-keeper. IRONIES OF LIFE out again after having an attack of WpOMl'KLSON made n talk to the tonsilltis. Their Medicine Chest For 20 Years tnlta atltr tbr pat, Ihrta rur Ttart ami tan," to loos fiT.r Iba daft thai ara fan Ittk tUoufhifullr lira Ibwa cur. and frrqarnllf t flnit mrwlf. tt ,TBlr-ae- , drilling cjnrln f armluf?, mhtn I m?alf in lb litlla drag atora I own, J (t llnllrar. Ma, tnaHnj an, I Mlllaf a 14 tor trlaad ttftabla corn potl nit man known ealran. I a. ia Mtdltlna tot BlonMb, U?tr lr Unla' .nil aad Hdwtl.CoaipUtBta. 'TMrtvMla lint rarfattlnc wr farnmla I tnJIrd and lataaUftl Ika UialliM an.l cathartic, on tnaruak.laa.l Ucama ruinrlnreJ that tbair main Lull tba hat wt thatthat Iba; dl! not set eaTlolant aa.l tb.tr artlnn waa too bit draaii,, and np tba irikn of tba marl blthwa daatstb tart Ibat tbr sat thorough anoaiti In thalrartkifi, anma almAlr artios en tba uppvrnramall otb, r vnult att only ea tba low.r or larr Inlaalln'. ail Intt tb.f habit i!nml lararlatilf rrJued Ufin,ntrd ttoats. I ball4iat tbat a frvrarstlon to priNtae tha lot rBrct nait Out loo tba lltar, tkan H on tba atnraarh an.l rnllra a!laa-trry,lrIf Iblaoaa acaonpllibad, Iba rsaIUica wonM proOqra a mild, bat of thawutawilhoat lbanh elimlaillou araialloDa, at. J iaak tba aiaat alrkrnlnf tha unr fal baliar at oik. Attar trrlmatlo with nnadrad, of dl9ar.nl mainoua.ta. I at la.t rlac4 Iba firmnl tbtt la now banwn at fcaaan'a wbich I Iral Ullata got lartbtr -- I "T is of characteristicatlottml I ha proud ofl Thel Garrard Bank & Trust Go LANCASTER, KY. brutes. and the way he could make them eat out of hm hand, half nn hour after being formally Introduced to them, wai a Bight worth going- miles to see. II nlway had Immense- crowds nt his ex hlbltlons, and It seemed that his future wus assured. Hut one day he was loaning around n lit cry stable. Just because he liked the atni(nihere nf the place, nnd nn old, weary hack horse reached out a long, crooked limb, iiinn-klllln- c - down Jokes art being played on the best of ux. almost every day, nnd I often won-ite- r ping. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Hamm what sort of and nn evil genius Is Mrs, Inex Raines and children spent bchlml It all. Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Millard "I used tn know Hamm, of Point I.eavrll. a man who was n Miss Margaret Arnett, of Yucaipa, wonderful horsebreaker. He used California has been a recent vliltor to give public x of her aunt and cousin, Miss Mnr- liltiltlont, taming grctt Arnett and Mrs. S. H. Spcake. - "Low Sundny afternoon. Mr .and Mrs. Landrum Hurdette and grandson, Eugene Lite!, were in Iincaster Saturday afternoon shoj In rr lml. ta Mr. and Mrs. Irvln Dean, Mr. .Mrs. llamlitt Jennings and son GUY. Miss Cora Doolin is visiting her nister, Mrs. Oscar Lewis, of Judson. Friday .Master Ear! Ward spent night with his cousin, James Milton Henry- Miss Daysie Hunells, visited Miss Fannie Merida Saturday night nnd I I I H "He had to go tn a hospital for while, and when he came out, hi oc cupation wns gone. He was as good a horse breaker 111 ever, but ixiiple money wouldn't pay their to siv the exploits of n conauerlnr who hail beet, manhandled by an old hack horse, lou must admit that there was some sardonic Intelligence iack of ,,uc,, JnU, n. (hflU ,f Sunday. (, man had been hooked by n cow, or run Mr. nnd Mrs. Huffman of Illinois, T by a traction engine, or chewed moved Wednesday to the W. K. nn honest watchdog. It wouldn't "P Leavel farm. ,,nve nurl renown nnd prestige. ne-iJuiUon Master Fred Griggs, of Paint Lick, . . Hut, no! A blamed old relic of n bom- nr. anu .Mrs. t.aa tiakcr anu had to put him out of spent last week with Mr. and Mrs. daughter, .ada Hyrl and three sons,1 "A long time ago. n very Important Wm. Griggs. Karl, Hill and Jay, spent Sunday ease wns tried In an Irish court. The Miss Lou Anna Osborn had for her ' with Mr. nnd Mrs. Preston Snyder. people were greatly wrought up over guest Saturday night Miss Ethel ii, ami me courtroom was crowded. .Whip cow pra, toy brant. Ten. When It was announced that the Jury Ilames. Scad, Broom wns ready with n verdict, the Judge .Mr. ana .Mrs. .Milton ward were nruet- Millet, Can I addressed the nudlcnre. saying he Friday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Wil- Corn Seed. Hudon& Farnau. knew there was much feeling over the liam Clark. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Yantis, nnd ense, but the hull of Justice was no Mrs. A. N. Merida visited Mes two sons, Mrs Milcy lieaxley, Misses place for a display of It, nnd If there dnmcs Milton Ward, and C. K. Henry. Dorothy nnd Josephine lieaxley, Mrs. was a least sign of disturbance when uraham nnd son, William Mil- -. the verdict was made known, the gull Thursday afternoon. M( vnnro a r.t titi. t IVVUVIII ' ion, were aunuay guests ol Mr. anu f fames wmim ne nrresicu. Mr a w wa . ,a t "The Jury brought In Its verdict, and . " ""n vicinitv. visited Mr. nnd Mr. J. P. Mn' me people neani it in silence, but Just . "enry. Foley last week. then a whole dogcone gallery, with Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Walker were about n thousand people In It. came Mr. Raymond Preston of Bryants- could ville, spent the .week-en- d with Mr. hosts at nn elegant dinner Sunday, crashing down, nnd the noI the delightful occasion being Mrs, have been heard forty miles out nt sen. Perry Osborn. Judge-- ' solemn warning The following! After the Mrs, Carrie Davidson left "Friday! Walkcr's birthday. n disturbance, the of ncce,,ted tht'Ir rItHty ; Mr. and against has nlways seemed fall me that for a visit with .Mr. and Mrs. Z. gallery to llk Mrs. James Eason and Miss Stella a painful Joke. Rice, of Richmond Naylor, of Lancaster, Mr. and Mrs. "A long time ago, I was called upon Mrs. Tom Turner and daughter. n crowd of voters on the Mlsa Nolle, were with Lancaster! icoy rrather and two interesting chil to nddre living Issues of the day, and I framed dren, of McCreary- friends Saturday. up a speech that would have been a Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Sutton were Remember the old days when we credit to any erator. I swiped It from Roscoo Conkllng. nnd I have always Sunday guests of MissFannie Sut- youngsters used to get out behind Insisted that he was one of the great ton ,of the Crab Orchard road. the barn nnd smoke grapevines? If est of American speakers. The house Mrs. Miley Beazley and Gaby and the worst comes, etc.- - but perhaps was full of refined nnd cultured . .a tx Ur .miss uoroiny ucaxley were recent they will prohibit jr. v.'s as well as and I wns determined to make the visitors of Mrs. James Yantis. hit of my life. I was Juit getting j the weed. warmed up to my work, when tho lights went out. and th hall was plunged In black darknes. There's nothing makes n man feel more Idiotic than to have the lights shut off at such a time. The women In the audi (!) !& ence were giggling, nnd the men haw- hawing. It seemed funny to everyltody i i MU aja V II MMA -I w mm a, w m .: V but me. "I thought I knew where the little table was, that held the pitcher of nnd I moved toward It, and Ml over a chair, nnd flattened my nose ngnlnst the edge of n piece of scenery. When the lights were Hashed nn again, as suddenly ns they went out, the audience behind the silver tongued orator on his bunds and knees, climbing slowly to bis feet, nnd trying, to mold his nose Into Its original shape. "I never saw such a delirious crowd Some of the women In my life. You remember those days of five years ago laughed themselves Into hysterics, nnd big round cart wheel when your dollar looked like a tho fool men weren't much better. They never heard the balance of that and it bought you plenty. orntlon, nnd the last part was the hnnl-enmcr Robert Yater, of Teatersville, were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Yater. Mrs. Marcus White nnd two little daughters, Ruth nnd Sallie Lou, visited Mrs. Miley lieaxley Wednesday. Mr. Ollio firnhnm nml lmliv. uprc in Lancaster from Friday until Sat- , unlay, visiting Mr. nnd Mrs. diiio aimpson. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Doolin and fam- lly were entertained Sunday nt the home of Mr. nnd Mrs. Oscar Lewis Mr. and Mrs. handed him one Willi It, nnd broke his bulne. . r-,- ,i a a a, daughter, Elva and Prof. Ilrown motored to High Hridge Sunday afternoon. Mr. nnd M rs. Jj P. Hamm and .Mrs. Snllle Marsee and children and E. McROBERTS, Mrs. Inex Raines and children were' recent visitors df Mr. nnd Mrs. John Hamm nnd family. , Thompson was Klvcn Mr. G. quite a pleasant surprise Friday, April 1st., when his grandchildren and relatives gathered to his home with baskets filled with delicious things to eat. When time for din ner came the bounteous dinner was COUNTY Quito an enjoyable day- served. was spent by all. Those being pres ent were: Mr. Wesley Thompion and Record Jei"sey family, of Iluena Vista, Mr. Orbin Thompson nnd family, Mr. Jim Brat- Club. ton and family, of Lancaster, Mr. Joe Hicks, Mr. nnd Mrs. Ben King, Christian county has one of the of Danville, .Mr and Mrs. Lee Thomp largest Jersey calf clubs in the son and daughter, .Mr. and Mrs. John United States, according to authorHicks and children, of Lancaster, ities at the State College of Agri Mr. John Sanders, Mr. and Mrs. culture. Organization of the club Louis Murphy, of Lexington, Mr. and was begun December 1st., 1920 and Mr Sam Hicks and little daughter. has just been completed with 44 Mr an I Mrs. Robert Tracey and lit members enrolled more than 30 of tie son, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Xay-- 1 whom have already obtained their which the The animal !ur and baby, Mr. nnd Mrs. Curtis calves. Sadler nnd little son and Mrs. Mag youngsters Mill raise are all purr-bre- d registered calves, several of gie Tracey. .Mr. Thompson was 80 year of age. When time for de them being from register of merit parture, all left wishing him mnny sires and dams. more such happy occasions. and and Ottis rnnr than anf tatatlta nn tha marbai Imlar. Tba thnauada ol l.tl.ta I a, rlcht, uaars hara cuarlarad Inn a, a an I tlial tba uaar vt SMara's Umllr madlcina, arm thoaih ha mar hata ytars, strrr baa umsI u l- -r l.atr-fl- a IdertaM tba Mr knila. of mad It In a tha ra ajlt, of it, uta la rnf own fanllf aa4 frtanda, prfora I atar narrrA it amine T ial, rtnuj ln t.t ha,a graat Ullh la Haan's Banal, from tba Tarr Int. I f.nJ Diraatf neaHae tha ara Ail n In tha Isatiubla aad unit t ttotbT lit, tnj rrratatt a!.a.nra lata illiwI iilir aad raad lbs latlart thai eldar aah na.l rlni, Iron, tVfi as aid or Ibta I, fjrbo tail of latln ai.d SJaaara't ItanaSf ln. CriMO aa.l larntf (bar aad ttialf tblldrra aa4 an.l hn graadcblUrta bar baa braafltitd by IL It I, a eratMIng theacnt, air frlaaj,, far a man at mr aca la ImI that atl la fren anecata, ona ba rlnaa aomtthlaf hit tar bit fallow man. Sir rraalaat i.lnfao-llo- a. htppla.t lodar, tb nr irrralMl loalabt laara thanla oaa bBowladfa Ibat rallllon iwonla will lata a iNn'i Slaiia, IMRlabl.tl aad will Ua Ultar, baallhlar. hapnlar penpla fjr It. 1 ttapa J94 will ba una of Ihtaa. aaj !., ia d. a. aj tail wi tw r Jar, on A. H LCWIS MCOICINC CO baa St. Lows. m Calf It Lancaster, Kentucky. (MB JIM k a CHRISTIAN Forms POOR SEED Threatened By Late- Maturing Corn. Seed corn matured late last fall and unless given special care during the winter will not be as good far seed this spring as it should be, according to members of the 'Soil, and Crops Department of the State e of Agriculture. The specialist are recommending that If farmers have any doubt about the germination of their seed that they give it a thorough test before planting. Complete details concerning the individual ear test by means of the "rag doll" method may be obtained by writing the Experiment Station, Lexington. Col-leg- "Truth is mighty and will prevail" provided a lie doesn't get the upper hand . Let us quote you prices on t. Safe Remedy for Children's CoWi If you want a pure, wholesome and absolutely safe remedy fur the relief cf coughs, cold, croup and whoopintf cough, gel Foley's Honey nnd Tar. It contains no opinio or bsbit forming drugs. Always Recommend Vti Faint We Have One for Every Purpose a j QUALITY and PRICE Guaranteed. Cbwlra B.l.r v Xr HoMay aad Tar la rav famllr aad Umm4 It Iwprrtar lo an, Olbtr Cmtlb iwade tlaa. II la tpw laUr tnviaal la curt cl bal It ilioitUIa. ...Tt, write I k.ta J fal.v'i .aart rul ComcMMind roUaof mr cbddraa, lbavrtlwaytrroaiBM4. ad it to at, Iriaadt at a timJit tat tba ctil-d- f aaaa It coatalaa no opiatt, McRoberts Drugstore Paint Lick Diamond Boys Are Ready. their seem able to stay onslaught with the willow. be u line tram from all It's going-tindication, and Coach "Speedy" lieaxley expects the nine to outshine any High School tram in Central Kentucky. For Instanee, "Speedy" lieaxley at first has few equals on any High School team and Davis at short very seldom boots a grounder. Wallace at third is u star of the first magnitude, and Ward behind the bat I all class, Cornctt In the outfield, has pulled down many a hard one from out of the oxone and all the other are showing up almost as well. A Fan. pitchers wicked o tf WP HA UP PUT TWPPAWPD fiF ij imin ill iiiivji iiiii.n in - FIVEiYEARSfAGO.lBACK INTO YOUR DOLLAR 1 1 Foley's Honey and Tar COMPOUND LOOSENS THE PHLEGM AND MUCUS, clean the paatajt,, coal and Irritated mcmbranet with a Scaling and toothiat dcmulccal, caae gSoaracnctt, stop ticklioK la the throat oJ make rclrcthuu. restful deep I 1 I :) 1 Well those days are practically restored to you as far as we are concerned. We have made the most staggering price re ductions on everything in our storo and everybody is a winner except ourselves. We want your business and we have gone the limit to get it. Now then if you want to save money here's the place to come. Wo will pay you the highest market price for your produce and sell to you at the lowest price. We sell for cash. I 'v best." Alliteration. Alliteration occurs sometimes In the writings of the ancients, but not. It Is supposed, designedly, as they regarded all echoing orfound as n rhetorical blemith. Cicero, In the "Omces," has this phrase: "Setislm sine sensu netas senesclt;" nnd Virgil In tho "Ac tield." has mnny marked alliterations. William Mathews. I I I Becker & Ballard PHONE 27. RYANTSVILLE, KENTUCKY. Try, Try Agsln. "Lottarox wns telling ine that be has been trying for six months without success to get n pntingo to see the battlefields of France." "Kvldeiitty the wind has changed. He spent two years trying not to see Ibem, with success." The American L'Blon Weekly, I CO fiscal year ended June 30, made the greatest annual tax collection since Its The Internal revenue bureau, In 1S02. Qnlttst Rtvtnue. In the istabllshment With the return of spring weather, Paint Lik High School base ball athletes are on the Job in full force and are snapping the ball over the form, nwnit-In- g diamond in JXtNlblc. the openinjr game. Then is no belter remedy far lieaxley, southpaw par excellence, 'fioiiitln and Colds than Foley's or Kuhlman, the pitching staff's right winged mainstay, is slated to twirl lllonet and Jar. the opener. The rest of the line-u- p STORM ES DRUG STORE is us yet Incomplete, but probably Firtt Thought In Drug will be as follows: LANCASTER, KY. Ward, catcher; "Speedy" Ucaxlcy, first bae; Meadows, second base; COY Wallace, third Davis, short-stop- ; will be Ileulah Cobb enter base; and the Miss Mattle chosen from the following: Cornwtt, tained a number of friends Tuesday ItaUton, Smith and Kstridgc. night. In the matter of hitting, tho Irani Mrs. I.etm Cobb and daughter nnd Is well above par and none uf the spent the day at Mrs. Matt Hervcy Mrs. I. H. Duncan's Wednesday. Miss Anna Mac Spenke was the guest of. Misses Sallie and Nannie W. 0. RIGNEY Spvake Saturday night and Sunday. Flour, tho bad Ballard Obelitk made. l.iu lor a a pounu sac. Hudson afc Farnau. Mis Irene Harden and sister, Mon th), of Lexington, visited their par ents here Saturday night and Sun day. Mrs. Kssle Vaught, Mrs. Uelle Office Phone 18. Simpson, Mrs. Lovie Anderson and little son, Oneal, Mr. and Mrs. Col- man Locer and daughter, Mr. Lem- mle Harden spent Sunday with Mrs Amanda Clouse. mid-seaso- n Of coarse, if you don't like t have tho old straw hat cleaned yuu can always drum up an excuse (or buyinx a new one. You have our permission. W. U. DICKERS0N W. O. RIGNEY & CO. Funtral Oirectors and Embalmers Residence Phone 33. Lancaster, Kentucky. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Apr 7, 1921 Farm Live Stock CAN RID MORROW Calls Upon All Ken- - tuckians Doth In And Out Of Commonwealth SHEEP OF INSECTS Irritation Thslr Causes Animals to Pull Wool and Thus Injur Flttee Use Any Dip. To Aid In Ralilnf $100,000 so. eet Needed To Buy "Federal Hill" Where Slate Son Wat Written. Chtid. 7) It li Frankfort, Ky., April 2, Oov ernor Hdwin I'. Morrow ,in two pro Itnd a thkn are, lite aro said to be 'clnmntions issued here today, calls Aw NTyVKf!kVIH Ij laaaW urn more tlnnled. Snmetlme; It la upon Kentuckians, both resident nnd even tlinictili to flriil them. If n nheep expatriate, to rally to the aid of the , ban pulled It wool badly, .however, Old Kentucky Home committee nnd anil tln farmer loofcw clotely at tit TTy- assist in tho raising of the $00,000 Jell mast I akin orT tinMt where tlio wool fund needed "ins i to purchase the old la limit rtlsturl-.il- . lie will likely tliiil ainnll Mack speekit which at first lie Howan estate near Hnrifstown known may take for timothy seed or clmn. as "Federal Hill," and where Steph A ln watches them closely, however, en C Foster wrote the song, "My Every jrallon of Hnnna's Grvcn Seal Paint contains be will Hint tliey move. Old Kentucky Home." It ia planned 300 Sq. Feet, (two coats paint protection and After tlii put-Iihk been shirn It to rnise this sum for the payment should be dlpetl Tim lambs nlwi, a beauty. In some cases It's a good deal more than 300 for the estate and to put it Into conft., according to the surface to be painted. dition for preservation for future generations. And If properly applied, Green Seal covers this surThe one proclamation addressed face without laps or brush marks showing. It supplies i.'t Khir-M- ). Motiikr'h "To Kvery Kxtwtrinte from Kena smooth, evenly-sprea- d film which weather cannot WARNINGt ArJ ui,i oil,. tucky in All the World," is said to be break through. Thus Green-Sea- l does the double duty W tn Urn tJtfn tnJ ru fan htm awtAmii Jalng unique nmong State documents, both of beautifying and arresting decay. It gives both good because of Ita subject, which is now wear and good looks. It's the time-trie- d brand. almost n national anthem, and its DtlADriELO REGULATOR CO. Formuln on every package. The charncter. Drt. II. Atlanta, C. n.t m yoMf n MOTIILHIIOOD rnrx DAOY. f Sold By other is addressed "To the Loving Um aJ lk Sons nnd Daughters of Kentucky." Nm. ....... "Federal Hill" lies one mile from St. R. r, Ilardstown nnd .19 miles from LouisIMJWBrprtttt Mothers Town Kentucky. Lancaster, ville. It was built in 1795 and about ..4 tat. fer Jtvte Generation it Is recorded much Kentucky history nnd romance, besides the fact Utmost Importance to Every Woman A Message that Foster wrote his famous song of siren mother crooning soft and of us better men; better women and Tho woman, who 9 BUlTcrini? from disorders peculiar to her box, within its gntos. low, the light of hearthstone fires, better citizens It has increased own It not only to herself, but to her famll and thuM around her to regain her The text of tho proclamation to health and strength and charm. Dr. J. HradrUld'a Female Regulator la baaed adored and visions our love nnd pride of Stnte. It Kentuckians living outside the State faces of those ttin the proscription of an eminent physician. Dr. J. llradfteld, who made the of the loved and lost anil which, has tugged at our heartstrings let disorders of women hi llfo study: and for half a century women hare regarded follows: speaking a univcrsinl langunge, tugs It now tug at our pursestrings. It a s urceaaful medicine for IhWr trouble. Your drucgitt will promptly supply To Tlioia Away From Homo rott willi this proven remedy. Try it now, TODAY. with memories' hands at the heart A Flock of Purebred Shssp. "Send the contribution dictated "To Kvery Expatriate from Ken- strings of every wanderer as ho list by your heart to Hon. A. T. Hcrt, soon as tliey ntv of any size, may tucky in all the World: ens to tho call of the land of his Treasurer. Kentucky Old "The t!ir saint' trrnttnent. In order HACKLEY arrival of a new baby. "At "Federal Hill," a homestead birth in tho tender, holy, beautiful Home" Commission, Louisville, Ky. that the ln inar co Into winter and estate, near Ilardstown, KenMtsa Mary Jane llogera and sister, quartrra In strains of '.My Old Kentucky Home.' m! romlltlon nnd free "Given under my hand as GovThe rain haa delayed the farmers Julia, were gursta of Misses Stella from tick. It Is well to dip again In tucky, Stephen C. Foster wrote and A commission, by the net of the ernor of the Commonwealth, this the from their. crops this spring in this Luvera I'rcwitt last Saturday composed that most loved nnd fn- - Legislature ha been named to pur and the fall. second day of April, 1921. cemmunity. Any of tti Sunday. dip, arc mous of nil American songs, ".My chase for the State and to hold for(Signed) Mr. and Mrs. Carl Prcwltt were satisfactory ay 1st ntieep men at the Old Kentucky Home." Tho home- ever as a shrine to perpetuate the Several of this community atNew York ntt( college the guests of V. T. Watson tho past tended the Christian ngrlcul f "EDWIN P. MORROW, stead nnd surroundings still remain glory of the song and tho memory church at lure, but whatever one la selected It essentially as they were in that sum- of the great American composer Sunday. "Governor of Kentucky." Kirksville last Sunday to hear ltev. Is Important to follow tllrectlons close- mer time In 1852 when " the corn-top- s the beautiful old homestead where Master V. T. I'rcwitt has been Frank Tinder. All reported a fine ly, they point out. Dips aro of two visiting Master I.uclen Uroadus the sermon. were ripe and the meadows the song was written. kinds, the powder dips and the pail" week. were in bloom," and as they were eoal-tn"The option price of $10,000 al- tllp, We were sorrow to hear the two in 1795 when the mansion was built. rflrltlis rtflld h et lias, si Incrrfllt Mrs. Foley has returned nan. home little children of Mr. John Kogcrs "the place is under option to be tributcd by Kentuckians living In from her mother's bedside for sev- were thrown from a hon caused by TUBERCULOSIS CASES FOUND ' purchased by popular subscription in other States. eral days. It is now proposed to a dog running out and scaring the Cattle on Indiana Farm Discovered Kentucky, to be converted Into annppCal to the heart of Kentucky for Dairy Fe.ti Mill niaka your animal. Cr.mo j historic shrine to prepctuate With Olssast In Advanced Stag the, contributions to raise the additional Mr. and Mrs. Karl Long and at cow give more milk. All Purtbrtds. glory of the song, the memory of the( 90,000 needed to complete tho tractive little sen, Clyde and Mr, lludion Sl Farnau. American composer and the chu,e ,and to repair and arrange the If you ore troubled with paina or Mrs. Jewe Long attended th follow Inc the tnliercutln testing of universal desire to Mr. and Mr, Wiley I'n-wlof this and honor its conse- - mansion and beautify the grounds nches; feel tired; have headache, indicutin, insomnia; painful passplace entertained at dinner Raster services at tho Christian church at 3? cattle i m nn Indiana farm, II ant crate dassociatlons. It is to be' 0f 230 acres. mals which reacted N tlio test, wlien Klrkaville hut Sunday. age- of urine, you will find relief in Sunday. .,, ,, ,, MniiKhterfd In nn eatiitillshmrnt under ......,....;., ano proiecieu, wnen ac-- i -I Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Jones and " Mr. Mat Moore ia now at her mother, Mr. and Mrs. David I'rewitt fiileral supervision, showed lesions of quired, under the authorities and. ter of Kentucky to contribute to this tlio dlene nut only em the orcnn, control of the State. brother's bedside, who la very sick and two chldlrcn fund to these who have listened to attended church at but even III mm of the meat. In reNow, therefore, I Edwin I'. Morat Richmond. Klrksvilli: last Sunday nnd took din porting ttie Incident to the United row, Governor of the Commonwealth, this song of home in their own land as they stood on the soil that gave Mr. and Mrs. Denote Kelley nre ner at Mr, and Mr. Grover Hull" Stntes Department of Agriculture, . .. . i. .I I ...... I U" s ESST It. It. Newman explained that -- ""K " .. ,roc",0" ,,oni them birth, and who, in the shadow rrceivng congratulations upon the ; mans' m. kvi...k i j ePumnies of othcr he ,un ht of otm.r Tbt woil i a elands. d the ilemnnst ration was of unusual Inrro!y WMnoj". from Kentucky soil that gave themj ,ai . ,a terest hentux nil the cattle were benc,th the trcut .a ttl i.r ard b,rth; tothech ldrenof such a. haveinIlon ,k,M have bccn ,0Uchc( of ll.t. Ma.l liemev'y of tl. NMtler.al taw MM. wlO'lsraiitcoC. One of the conn, which hnd supplied lassed on nnd left behind the herit-- ; tfars b thc thri t. .C9. all drufvuts." ,fathIc5!, Thus of .,, lne.r orgin; onu 10 milk for local ue, Minwed extenshe i ,.r...e blauty am, patho!l It has made all LW far li. n.n CH t'.riti iwtj !w lesion of titherrtlloaU In the mam-niatou.u miu iiutu lisiviivtl IU mill aUnK glands, a condition associated of homo under the shadow of othcr with prnlmMo Infection vf the milk. hills, the sunlight of other plains, Several stock miners, who saw the rnrens. have xlmlfled their or beneath the outlet stars of nlien desire to turn- - their herds qualify for skies, ami who have felt tho thrill By Experienced and Registered Optician. it .place on the accredited-hen- ! list. of its deathless beauty and pathos Herds on thtt INt are officially reo "ou also arc privileged and in Will be at Kenarlatt Hotel April 7th, ath, 9th otnlred a free from tubercnlosla. vited to Join with thc sons nnd daughters of Kentucky in a contri At Buckeye, April 12th and 13th, EQUIPMENT TO BREED SWINE butlon of this fund, which shall b At Paiat Lick, April 15th and 16th. used along to preserve thc home of Devlcts Save Time and La. the song that is your song. You bor and Add Much Plsasure to have stootl with uncovered head Management of Hogs. d ami eyes as thc old s It If not trtu that one needs the song tuggetl at your most expenshe equipment to breed Now let it tug at your purse strings I i "Give and take" Is good adrlce, A drug store complexion can hard' aw Ine suecesaf idly, t. nas oeen suggested that even hut on ii provided you are the taker. ly be termed 11 the blush that won't equipment sne labor and nddt mncli strangers to Kentucky, who lov come off" especially if the weather to tho pleasure of lnnliifkn. Where roster's appealing melodies might Some people find it unnecessary to ! possible, till tMiltdlnea should Ixt so dare to contribute to warm. this fund. Send March out their own faults. Their easily such subscriptions Kven with the advent of sprinif we constructed that they ran I to Hon. A. T, neighbors do It for them. cleaned nnd Concrete Hert, can't los the weather man. Ho'll make possibly disinfected. floor Treasurer, Louisvilfe, Ky Well-Prepar- ed the and Popularity is not always the evi- soon be roasting us just as gleefully All wni be acknowledged. An feeding yards. dence of brnlhs. The sight of a as he tried to freeze us to death. album containing tho namea of all pocket flask works wonders. Teddy Jr., assistant secretary of START FLOCK OF SHEEP NOW subscribers will be deposited in the Old Kentucky Home, If prices tlo come clear down It tho navy, Is taking lessons in boxing, "Given under my hand as will be art awful Jolt for people who It will be a long time, however, Best Tim to Begin With Animals Is When you can make n better seed bed simply by buy it on credit ami then brag about1 before the chip la the size of the old When Prices for Breeding Ewes of the Commonwualth, this Is at Low Mark. the second day of April, 1921. how much they paid. using n disc harrow that docs better work, pulls block. (Signed) lighter, nnd Uvsts longer, why not do it? Vc con show Yho best time for the fanner to he you just such a implement one that can be adjusted "EDWIN 1. MORROW, raising sheep Is when the price Is rn instantly to penetrate and pulverize the soil thoroughly low, as It I at the present time. In "Governor of the Commonwealth of its entire width in dead furrows, hard and soft ground, addition to tho rvasouithlo llcurc at Kentucky." and over ridges, as well as on level land. uhlrtt breeding ewes ran bo secured, To I'aople of Kentucky Keep a careful itemized account of all your expense, tho fact that then- - Is plenty of hay large and small, for one month. During that month continue The text of the proclamation to and other rounhiigu and short grain to spend Juit as you have in the past. anil inurli unsio lo ilu .ml, 1. 1.. ,in.. residents of the Statu of Kentucky to rust, mnCes this a line year for the rcaJ! At the end of the month check up your total expenditures, "To the Loving Sons and Daugh rarmer to get started with a small MODEL "B" DISC and N'OTK THE MONEY THAT HAS 11EKN LITERALLY ters of Kentucky: farm Itock. FRITTERED, AWAY. "At 'Federal Hill thc old Rowan Tho next step Is to open a savings account with us ant! Next Saturday, or the first about the lever. That it HEAVY BEDDING IS FAVORED homestead, near Ilardstown, Ste- time ycu c In town, drop in the featurethird will appreciate adopt, tho habit of saving in lieu of frittering. you and look et the John Deere because it enables you to give phen C. Foster wrote, composed and Saving leada to success. Frittering keeps you down. Model "D" Disc Harrow which the required pressure Tends to Cleanliness and Comfort of first gavo to toe air that most loved to the we have set up. Oct on the seat Inner ends of Animals and Saves Much of Ftr. both gangs anil famous of all American songs, and operate the levers. Notice muc the harrow penetrate to tillilng Elements. y at that there Is a lever for onslins the same depth Its entire "My Old Kentucky Home." width each gang backward or forward tn dead Turrows or over ridges. "Since that summertime In 1852, There aro several good reasons for so as to make the pull on the when the 'corntop was ripe and the bedding stock heavily In the winter We want you to notice also horses juit right when part of OF LANCASTER. Tho comfort of tho animals and the meadows were In bloom,' this dear, the harrow is working In soft the neat, substantial construcS. C. DENNY, Cashier. ground and part In hard ground. tion of this barrow. You will rleanllnesa; tho saving of valuable dear old song haa sung itself into readily fertilising elements; and protection of the love of the world. It blends in And remember to ask us longer. understand why It laits CapfUl the feet from (lie troubles resulting Its heart of melody the mysteries fx.... Al(l,. .. Roll1 Dank twilight and moonrise. the glory :::V,7 --,he br'inc the tenderness i ' BiaUrlal Is used. 4 ill recorded of the primitive American Indian womwi with them waj entirely painless. JJthat Modern drttt tnu unlnovnl Eiacting lotlil duties that wreck to many women ol today were a mfnus quantity In their lives ; ami o li is small wonder that the weaker sex becomes a prey to I i misgivings when approaching maternity nears the crisis. But this should not Itlecomi Ike rot petite mother can find comfort in Monica's Fsicnd. An external lubricant thai spreads its influence over the skin; penetrates to the broad, flat abdominal muscles, and prepares the way for in easier, quitUr and ffattied detixery. Many doctors and nurses recommend Morirtn'i Faimo. Cct a bottle from your druggist today. Ft mimM io4r "MOTHERHOOD ami Th. BABY" ttm mktn anJ mail Jimt fnt. fill In tmtpu, child-birt- h Hew, Dipping In tliu only prnrtlrnt way to rlil sheep of tick it rut lice, say experienced sheep men, who further Iilnt out Hint lice causo sheep to pull their wtt ninl thus Injure the f y6ur Property ft'fn - f i. SBBBBBBBBBBstllSBBBBBBVVisVBf tt fi. cxtrn-territorri- tk. CONN BROS. of n well-know1 r al s 1 DON'T DESPAIR G0LDMDAL f pur-gre- at ... ... "' .nh. fN a 1 ! v pure-bred- on-a.- iJ Eyes Tested n rr Glasses Fitted J. M. Metcalf, Optician. e tear-dimme- ..... heart-string- A Seed Bed Produces Bigger Crops Gov-ern- KEEP YOUR BALANCE JOHNSEDEERE HARROW THE NATIONAL BANK $50,000. Honor Surplus $50,000. 7" .ir !'. 6000LOE and WALKER BROS. .. .rrr-'risWjssss- : -- tiuim-- - - tw W' The Central Record. Lancaster, Ky.. Thursday Apr 7, 92 1 1 BOBBY CAME BACK EMBROIDERED SUITS I j Interesting Story Of A Robin Raised By Hand. tjist summer a pair of robins built n nest In n tree In my yard. In due time there were two baby robins In the nest. We found great pleasure In watch Ing the mother bird feed her young. Hut ere the tiny wine were strong enough to fly, they were left orphan, We tried to feed them lnthe for one day, but In the afternoon heavy itorm rainc up and It rained very hard The tiny head were no longer een stretching above the net, calling for n worm ,or crumb of bread from mother. We thought they were drowned. I had the boy climb the tree ard bring them dow to me. They were too week to hold their head up or call for food. I made them a dry nest by cutting down an oatmeal box, lining it with soft grass and covering it with a soft cloth. We fed them crickets, grass hoppers, cabbage worms and dande lion leaves cut in small piece. I watered them from the tips of my ' ASK US When you want to know what the Lumber and other materials in a house will cost you, ask us. hen you want to know what the Boards and Posts will cost in putting a fence around your property, ask us. When you want to do some advance estimating on the cost of any project re- quiring Lumber and other building ma, Classified Ctlumn . HATESi Single Insertions 1c a word No ad taken for less than 20c In this column. No mil In this column charged. Seven Insertions for the price of five. Phone orders must be paid promptly. nt ' We know, and we will tell you any time ; SBBSm. II; . K KXKKX KKJt XXiKXXKJUWfcX stwajT Pure Bred White Rock eggs at "11.00 per setting. Phone 307. (22 Mf.) FOR SALE: Mrs. B. P. Swope. A good I- P,.1n,l China Boar. registered, Phone 43. N. Miller. - FOR SAI.K: Splendid upright Piano, useJ but In fine condition. Apply nt Simpson House. Although rmhroldrreil suits have many rivals with I cm ilccorutlon, they FOR SAI.K: July potatoes at are well repreeiiteil In spring displays. Kmhrolderle lire In tlio color of fl. CO per bushel at my residence In the suit, usually, wltti metal threads Nina, Ky. Phone 301.F. Introduced among them. W. 1. Prath'er. Definition You Should Know. From the "(.turner Ualde to Ma tic" A fugue U a piece In which th Voln. otic by one come In snd the people uuw hy one c out. llottoi FOR RKNTs Five room Bungs, low on Hsnvllle street. Apply at ib terials, ask us. You will find that we possess a fund of information on these subjects from which it is well worth your wjiile to profit. You will also find that we can sell you the materials you need at as low a price as any other firm anywhere-AN- D PERHAPS LOWER. finger One of them lived ten days, the other livedHo be grown, nnd was the dearest pet wc have ever had In our home. He was three weeks old when he learned to fly. lie would follow me from room to room like a chilil, and sit on the machine nnd watch me sew, or perch himself on my head or shoulder. He would take his bath in a pan of water, then stretch himself in n sunny window to dry. HI cage was the out-o- f doors, as far as he could go, but when I would call, "Come on. Hob by," he would answer with n shrill whistle and come immediately. He slept in the house at night but in the fall he. showed his .appreciation of our care nnd .kindness, flying South with a flock of robins. However, he returned to us about three weeks ago and tnjies his meals from the same shelf on the back porch that he did last year, and still nnswers to the call, "Come on Bob prrmkies. (Seorge Smith. I will pasture about 10 rows from Mny 1st. to Nov. 1st., at 3.00 per W. B. Moss? month. Transcript A BASTIN LUMBER CO. F. M. Centers and children of Nicholasville, were gue.its of his Joe Bowman was a visitor here parents, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Conn a few day last week. Sunday. Miss Kdna Underwood and Morris Mrs. Jas. Todd Is quite 111 with Todd and Miss 'Nannie Slonn nnd pneumonia Mrs. J. C. Huckcr has been 111 for William Ralston went joy riding Sunday afternoon in the "Olds." the past few days. Mrs. I. B. Shepherd had as her It. W. Estrldge spent the week. guests for the mid-dameal Sunday nd in Corbln and Wilton. Mon the Misses Fay Ward, Bculah and IL If. Lcdford was in Paris Fannie Dowdcn, Marie Ledford, day to hear Billy Sunday. Nannie Sloan and Elizabeth" Conn. R. G. Woods and J. B. Browning Mrs. R. G. Woods and son, Km est re in Harlan this week. work-en- d In Nicholasville Chestnut and family spent the Mr. II. J. with her parents. They were accom-paine- d Sunday. ere visitors in home by her brother, John Mr. Fred Hall was in Louisville White. the first of the week shopping. Rev. Van Winkle and family movMr. 0. II. Hendren and family of Lexington were recent visitors here. ed the ilrst of the week from Ilerea to the Ramsey farm. Wc are glad Messrs. Goodloc and Walker of to welcome these good people to our Monday. Lancaster, wre in our city community. Messrs. W. II. Roop and It. W. Rev. Chamberlcln, of Wilmore, Istrldge were In Lexington Monday. guesfoT preached at Walnutta last Sunday Mrs. E. - Wood. was the morning and evening anil was the er sister, Mill Hal Hoyston Mon- - guest of his cousins, Rev. and Mrs. day. Young. Mrs. J. B. Shepherd entertained On Friday evening n party was number of young people nt dinner given Miss Sadie Rilston at her home Sunday. A large num on Lancaster pike Mr.' and Mrs. Tom Logsdon and ber was present. Games were playto children went to Bnssfleld Sunday ed nnd delicious refreshments were isit his parents. served. ML Ilnv Itnrkrr Davis was the Rev. Vogel, of-- Berea, will begin week-en- d guest 61 her granumomcr, n series of tneetinirs at the Method Mrs. J. C. Rucker. ist church on Sunday evening, Apr. Miss Cera Bryant, our Post Mis- - 10th., and otl Wednesday evening with bet following Mr. Bancroft will give a ,res, spent the week-enparents, in Ijincastcr. lecture on "The Stewardhip of the Mr. Clelt Tatum of the Terre Church " Everybody Is cordially InHaute Base Ball team honored us vited to attend these meetings. ith n visit Monday afternoon. Miss Mollle Smith of Berea, nnd Misses Zulu Calico and Murtha Mr. Dwight Bowman, of ML Verin Rich Gurnett spent the week-en- d non were married at her home on mond with their home folks. last Friday evening Re vr Vogel per VJIUses Fay Ward and Sadie Rals forming thu ceremony. Afjer a ton, of Georgetown College, spent short bridal trip they will return to lust week with their parents. Mt. Vornen, where they expect to Mrs, D. A. Hervey nnd children reside. Mrs. Bowmnn is a grandand Mrs. II. J. I'atrlcK were gucsis daughter of Mr. oud Mrs. W. C. Wynn nnd will be remembered by of Mrs. R .W. Eitrldgc Monday. many hero where thu has visited a Try a sack of Dallards Obelisk number of times. Her friends nil sur, $1.40 per tack and nolle the wish for them a long and happy life. Farnau. iterance. Hudson A Homo and School Association Mr. Luther Fish was called to has been organized nt Paint Lick for Lexington the pant week by the seri the purpose of promoting the educaous Illness of hi brother, Mr. Will tional interests of the community. Fish. At the last meeting thu following Rev, Misses Maude and Minnie Conn were elected to hold office: Mrs. A. C. .MISS lIMSliae Skaggs as president, were the CUeSll 01 ltucker and Mrs. Rucker the first of Kstridge as Vice President, and Mrs. Patrick as Secretaiy and Treasurer. the week. . Also a committee was appointed (o Miss Lucillo Uckcy of Lancaster draft a constitution and for was down Friday night for the "April the organization to be presented at and Mrs. J. P. the next meeting which Is to be held Fool" party nt Mr. Halstons. at the school building Friday after Mr. John Burgess of Big Sandy, noon at 2:45, (April 8th.) All who arrived Saturday on the night train are Interested In the welfare of our to visit his brother, Wm, Burgess school are Invited to befrescnt. and family. Just now one hour is more tirofl Mr. Will Farris nnd brother, Mr. D. Maupln were guests of Miss table In the garden than a dozen on J. Nannie and Mr. Sam Cambptll Sun the street corner and the corner won't miss you. day. Mr. y I' d by-la- Hadn't Wasted Any Time. young couple nnlied Into n marriage license bureau recently snd announced to the clerk Itint they wished to tie marrlr.1 at once. Pan Cupid's executive officer urteed the couple from under irrltzleit brows snd said runseverely: "I'm afrnld this Is away mntch." "Well, jour honor." returned the prop.ctlTe enm. "I can't exactly say we ran, but wa walked pretty fpt." I am standing a Registered Jersey Bull, Hanging Fork, Raleigh No. 187,018 at 13.00. J. K. Sanders Hubble, Ky- - I have some nice registered Poland China boars, for sale. Brewer Ijiyton. FOR IN BLACK AND WHITE IC black Lang-shaSAI.K: pullets and two young roosters. It. P. Brown, Bryantsvllle, Ky. n PAINT LICK A Tribute To Water. Col. Bob Waxe at the annual meeting of the Bar Association of Ar klinsns, responded to the toast, by." Mrs. 31. 31. Whltakcr, Cynthiana, Ky. (Cynthiana Democrat.) END COMES FOR J. G. PULLIAM Was Serving Second Term As Mayor Of Harrodsburg And Veteran Newspaper Man. Harrodsburg, Ky., 3layor J. G. Pullinm, CO years old, died at Price Memorial Hospital, after a month's Illness. He was completing his second term as the city's chief official and also had served out the unexpired term of the Mayor who proceeded him. Previously he had been a City Commissioner for sixteen years. He was always active In civic affairs and among his public gifts Is the bronze fountin on Court House Square. He was widely known as a newspaper man, having always been a member of the profession. He was one of the founder of the Harrods. burg Herald and editor-in-chiuntil five years ngo, whin he sold his interest to his partner, D. 31. Hutton, but never ceased h's association with Herald news department. He was Joral correspondent for several Louisville and Cincinnati dailies He Is survived by one brother, S. G. Pulllani, In the Government Printing Office, Washington. Funeral sen-icewere held Sunday afternoon at the Baptist church. Active pallbearers were representatives of the different public organizations with which he was Identified. Honorary pallbearers were the editors of (he district. s "Watnr." Said he: Mr. Toastmaster, and Gentlemen: You ask me to respond to the toast. "Water," .the purest nnd I best of nil things ever created. have seen It glisten In tiny teardrop. on the rleepy eyelids of Infancy; I have seen It trickle down the blushing cheeks of youth, and go in torrents down the wrinkled cheeks of age; I have seen it In tiny dewdrops on the blades of grass and leaves of trees, (lashing like polished diamonds when the morning sun bursts In resplendent glory over the eastern hills; I have seen it trickle down the mountain's side in tiny rivulets, with the music of liquid silver striking on beds of polished diamonds; I have seen it in the rushing river rippling over pebbly bottoms, purling about jutting rocks, roaring over precipitous falls, in its mad rush to join the Father of Waters and, ,in the mighty Father of Waters I have seen it go in slow and majestic sweeps to join the ocean on whose broad bosom float the battle fleets of all nations, and the commerce of the world, but, ladles and gentlemen, I want to say to you now, that as n beverage, it is n d failure. J Sports clothes appear to be practicing a certain reticence-- In the matter of color ami for this reasop have taken on additional dignity. For skirts nothing Is more In demand than black and whit In bold checks and stripes and these sr worn with black coats and sweater-coat- s lo black, often bright ened by white trimming. TtiosH FOR SAI.K: Two nice Registered Poland China boars. Weight HO pounds. Burton and Orant. FOR SAI.K: Three extra' pice Shorthorn bull calves. Ready for service. Price right. Phone 34G.B. O. T. I ton. pd.) (4-7-- j WANTKl) : Wanted to FARM hear from owner of farm or good land for sale for fall delivery. L. Jones, Box C51, Olnry, 111. lt-p- FOR SAI.K: Good white oak fencing, gate slats, boxing and framing any length desired. Mike Rogers, Lancaster, Ky. A lot of good HAY cheap Seed. for cattle, Oats, Clover and Timothy Garrard Milling Company. I have 30 acres of good grass, by for cattle grazing. Watered Mrs. Victoria Anderson creek. Preachersville, Ky. FOR SAI.K: My home place on street. Well. Improved. Stanford 400 Sorts of Silk Worms. Hayden. I.earell. Terms liberal. There are more than four hundrH different cocoons, and although th treat majority of these are valuelesi Rhode Island Red Kggs from from n commercial point of view, thers r Ave kinds which nra domesticated purebred S. C. R. I. Reds, $1.00 per nd several other which, though wild, setting of 1G. Phone 40-J- . Mrs. K. W. Perkins, bare their cocoons collected for Ihl sake of their llk. Bryantsvllle, Ky. Those Who Ar Gone. who are gone you hava Editor Tom Underwood, of the Thoe who departed loving ynu tori you still; nnd you love them elwae. Hopkinsville Hra, says: They are not really gone those deal Mary had u fatted calf hearts and true they are only goni With just a bit of bow, Into the next room; nnd you will presAnd as she wore a modern skirt ently get up nnd follow them, and yonder door will he closed upon you. Hercnlf was sure to show. And when she pasted the corner store and you will lx no more seen. W. L Thackeray. The men would look and laugh Mary's Calf. Fifteen Barred Rock Kggs. (1.00. Flock inspected and O. K'd by Mr. Chnpln, Specialist In poultry. LexingMrs. T. D. O'Hcarn, ton. Lancaster, Ky, 1NTERKST ON (300D FARMS. LEND S & 10 years time. S. T. RAN'DI.K CORRESPONDENT S02 Fayette National Bank LEXINGTON, KY. mo. TO $100,0000 per cent It brightened up a dreary day To lamp our "Mary's calf. Seed Potatoes For Sale: Famous Mummouth Pearl (or July.) The kind that make the big yield. These potutocs will yield two hundred bushels to the acre on good land. James Sutton, Brynntsvllle, Ky. (4.7-UjkI- DESTINED TO SUCCEED S. C. Rhode Island Reds. My Reds are of the highest qual-ItBred from my State Fair win. ners. Good laying strain. Eggs for hatching $2.00 for 15 and up. Cockerels or salo $3.00 each. W, A. Ramsey, Paint Lick, Ky. Route No. 2. (3. 10 St. pd.) y. Twtnty.Milo Jump. With the material at hand It tl Impossible for man to make an electric spark which will jump an opening of more than a few Inches, but It Is stated Hint a Haiti of lightning represents so much power that It frequently makes a Jump of 20 miles from one cloud to another or from a cloud to th earth. Ordinance. An ordinance to prohibit the opening or running of Pool Rooms be. Home Talent Play Thursday Night, April 7th. "The Hurdy Gurdy Girl." Admission 25 cts. School Auditorium. twecn certain hours at night: Be it ordained by the Cit Council of the City of Lancaster, Ky., that It shall be unlawful torun or keep open any pool room In. the city of I.anastcr, Kentucky, between the hours of 11 o'clock P. M. und 0 o'clock A. M. Any one violating this ordinance shall bo fined not less than twenty dollars ($20.00) nor more than one hundred dollars, ($100.00). , Crepe da china cover) This ordinance jvlll have full force eyelet embroidery blouse destine with sewn to a "after Its publlca and effect on and rest success. Thu otlgtasl moot) hss tion. desltuera, bat bees modified by no J. M. DUNCAN, M.yr the eyelet work Is feature lhi all Attested Patsy Anderson, Cleric retain. Get busy, keep busy. Is your job unsafe? Is It permanent? You wnnt n life long business! You can get Into such a business, selling mora than 137 Wntkins produce direct to farmers if you own. auto or team or can get one; if you are under 60 and can give bond with personal Wo back you wih big sureties. selling helps; C2 years In business; 20,000,000 users of our products. Write for Information where you can get territory. J. It. Watklns Co., Department 111, Winona, Mlnh. (4 ..4t-pv