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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): April 21, 1921 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1921 cen1921042101_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 21, 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. , LANCASTER. KY THURSDAY AFTERNOON, APRIL 21, 92 I I . THE MITCHEL REWARD FOR SPLENDID WEST LOOKS W. K. ARGO DIES APPEALJFOR SLAYER ENTERTAINMENT A WINNER! SALVATION ARMY Former Garrard Boy TAYLOR FARM In Boyle County Sells Of Miss Lura Parsons At Auditorium Thurs- - Has Good Chance For Drive To Start Next Passes At His Home day Night, May 5th. Commissioner Of In- Saturday. Reach $1,500. At Colorado To Seven Different tern a Revenue. At 8 P. M. Springs. That Interest In the Investigation The local Advisory Board, together Parties For 1 $84,333.41. An For of $326.84 Art Per Acre At re. 2S7.72 The Onr of" the most successful sales ever inle by Swinebroad, the real estate man, In fact we might say the ntoit successful considering the present time and condition!. A large crowd of 1,500 were present and great Interest wa manifest-cd- . They said Swinebroad would not sell this time. The farm was subdivided Into a number of tract, and by selling tome tracU separately and bunching them In different ways, Swinebroad handled the tract of land In a number of different way which could only be done bj one who pat master of the art, and it was all done to the satisfaction of the bidden and the owner. The land sold from $207.50 per acre to $030.00 per acre, some with Improvements brought over $1,700 per acre. , J. II. Kpperson purchased tract No. 2006.11 acre at $226.00 per acre. J. II. Baughman, tract 121314 1G 10 17; C2.t'J acres at an av. crage of $309.88. Martin & Shelby, tract 9 10 11, 20.41 acre at an average of $2t9.30 pcracre. C. It. Martin, trneU 1 and 2; 7.23 acre at an average of $400,30 per acre. J. 1). Whitehouse, tracU 6 and 7; 3.80 Acres at $425.00 per acre ami tract No. 8 1.74 acres at $550.00 per acre. II, G. Shcwmaer, tract No. 3; C.81 acres at $410.00 per acre, tract 18 and 19, 20.88 acre at $320.00 per acre and tract 21 and 22, 68.58 He alio acres at $207.50 per acre. purchased tracts 4 and 5 with tho for $17,077.32. but by .agreement with Mr. Mr. Shewmaker, Mr. Taylor retained these twi. tract to find the murder of Mis I.urn Parsons, Pine Mountain Settlement body was School teacher, t whose found In September on n lonely mountain trail in Harlan county, h not lagging since the dismissal of the indictment against Dr. II. C. Winnes, MASONIC BANQUET formerly of the State veterinarian' staff, l clearly revealed by comment throughout the State and also by additions to the rewards of the State and county which have brought the total reward which will go to whomever leads to the arrest and conviction of the murder to $1,500, says the Lexington Herald. Gov. Kdwln I. Morrow has offered a reward of $600 in the name of the State. Harlan county, where the crime was committed, has a standing reward of $200. To this the Courier Journal of Louisville has added $500 and Ilallard & Italian! Company of Louisville lias added $20. The Lexington Herald Company today adds $100 reward for arreit and conviction of the murder, which makes the 5 1.600 total reward. Oil I cits have promised not to let the case drop for a minute, considering that the dismissal of the Winnes indictment merely reopens the case for further Investigation. It is feared by them, however, that the time which has elapsed since the murder makes the probability of finding the slayer more remote. Dr. Winnes, against whom the first idlcntmrnt for murder was returned in connection with the case, has been t, dismissed anil Jerry Reed, negro also under indictment for mur-1'eIs still in prison, but Harlan county officers have not indicated whether they regard the evidence hgojnit him as strong enough to justify a trial. Three other negro convicts, Sam Kllcry, James Robinson and Houston Holiday, who were on duty at the convict road ramp near the scene of the crime at the time of the murder, have been relajed from the reformatory con-virr, Ada Jones and her own Company will appear in Lancaster on the above date playing this City under the auspices of the local Legion Post, with her will be a violinist, pianist, cartoonist and magician. America's best known comedienne, Ada Jones (herself) and her own company of high class artist. Ada Jones has no equal in her famous character songs nnd keeps' her atftlt-enc- e In continual laughter by her original manner of singing her songs. The other members of Miss Jones Company are direct from Kedpath, Lyceum nnd Chautauqua Circuits. MANY GREAT EVENTS Happened In Month Of m The following dispatch from Washington to the Louisville Evening Post of last Monday, contains news of much Interest to his local friends here. It says: Tho South is swinging behind the candidacy of Millard F. West, of tancaster, Ky., for Commissioner of Internal Ilcvcnue, and the appointment of the Kcntucklan Is now regarded In the light of a probability. The Southern organization support that Is coming to him is looked upon as likely to prove a decisive factor in his favor. Edwin Morrow, Gover-no- r of Kentucky: A. T. Hert, "National Committeeman for that State, and Chesley Searcy, chairman of the Ilepublican State Committee, Sunday afternoon wired their Indorsements of West to President Harding and to Secretary of the Treasury Mellon. April. April I the anniversary month of some of the most stirring events In American history, in fact, April marks the anniversary of the opening and closing of the battle for Independence. April 19, 1775, at Mais., tfas fired the "shot heard round the world," and it was on April 1 1, 1783, that the first great war of America was closed. Later down through the years, April 1HC2, marked one of the bloodiest battle of the great Civil Wor. April 21, 1898, war was declared against Spain and 280,50 1 Americans were in uniform to shatter the last hold of the Spaniard in the new world. Once more, Americans were called to war in April, for on the 0th. of April 1917, war was declared against Germany and before that conflict ended 4,000,000 men were under arms. Lex-ignto- n, 0-- 7, Hung Jury. In the case In Circuit Court yes- The Tennessee and Maryland Congressional delegations arc lining up for West, and have arranged to call on Secretary Mellon in his behalf. It is understood here that President Harding Is weary of the strife created by contending clement over this appointment, and ha virtually told Secretary Mellon to name the man. A strong point in West's favor is that he already is acting commissioner, and that he has been with the revenue bureau so long that he has acquired by experience a thorough knowledge of its workings. itepresentative Good, chairman of the House Appropriations Committee called recently on Secretary of 'Treasury, Mellon and urged the appointment of Mr. West as CommisHe sioner of Internal Ilevenue. told Mr. Mellon that in his capacity as chairman of the Appropriations Committee he had frequently come In contact with West' work in the Internal Revenue Bureau, and considered him highly qualified. Featuring Dedication HASELDEN Of New Hall. , ENDORSED of the What promUes to be one For Republican- - State most delightful social event ever, Ijincaster and one thai tempted In Senator. and will bring cheer to, the heart at- satisfaction to tho inner man, will be the Masonic Banquet, heralded to be held at the Garrard Tobacco Warehouse next Tuesday night, preparatory to the dedication of tho new Masonic Hall, which will be ready for occupancy on that evenpg. Plate are being laid for 250 guests and many will be on hand from adjoining communities, among them somo of the leading light In Masonry. Hams, chickens; pickles; cakes, pies, coffee, beaten biscuit ; Ice cream, In fact everything that the season affords, will be supplied in abundance, by the good people of the commuinty, and all havo promised to havo It at the warehouse by noon of next Tuesday. More anon. terday of John Prcwitt against Zan Ilobinson and George Iloblnson, of Ijincastcr, the Jury failed to agree Thu case as to .an Iloblnson. against George Ilobinson was disinstructions. missed on peremptory An automobile driven by Zan Ilobinson collided with a car driven by Prewitt. The latter' car was badly damaged. Danville Advocate.- - BASE BALL Town Team Organizes. A meeting called last Friday evening by Mr. Walter Cox to organize d Town team was well attended and met with much approval, after a lengthy discussion they agreed to organize a Town team composed of all d the local "Stars." Mr. William was elected Mgr., Mr. Clay Miller elected Captain. It was decided at this meeting to order Base Ball uniforms and other paraphernalia. Lancaster has always supported ntheletlcs and we are thoroughly convinced that if the boys get' out and practice hard and give to the local fans a real game each week that they will have the support of the entire town and county. There is nothing that put "pep" into n community more than a bunch of good live wires and we most hardily congratulate the local boys for taking on their shoulders the burden of the old LANCASTER TOWN TEAM. Kin-nalr- The Republican County Committee met yesterday and nominated Col. Joe Haselden, as the party's man to represent them for Statu Senator from th district. The honor was tendered to Hon. Mack Morgan n few weeks ago, but was recently declined by this gctnleman, as hi friends were warmly supporting him for County School Superintendent. While we have heard nothing from Col. Haselden, wo presume ho will make the race and his friends say he will have no opposition from his party In the district. Honored. .Those In this city who know Mr. m! F. Elkin, State Commander of the who freMaccubces 6f Kentucky, quently vislu the organization here, will be Interested to learn he will e deliver an address before the of Colorado at a meeting In Denver In June. Ho will represent Hon. D. P. Mar key, the Supreme Commander of the order, who was Invited to make the address but could not attend the meeting, and chose Mr. Elkin to represent him. Mac-cabe- Exchange. The Missionary Society of the Ball exPresbyterian church will havc-achange in Goodloe & Walker Ilros. W1NNE& delightful six o'clock dinner A Dr. Store, Saturday. Everything good was served nt tiio puritan last Friday to eat. evening for the member of the Lancaster llasellall Club. All the boy Musician. who are tryinif ut for thi team were Indictment Charting Murder Is Di. as Prof. J. II. Fitch, of Dlmock, South present and expressed themselves being Th favor of a rvil ball team for missed Upon Motion of Cobb- Dakota, arrived a few days ago and Business Mgr., Walter will locate hero where lie will In- Lancaster. monwealth Attorney. uniIn music, being a competent Cox told at this banquet that the struct forms nnd .supplies have been orderHarlan. April 15th., Declaring teacher off brass, reed or stringed in- ed and that they would arrive In n alagainst his conscience to prosecute struments. Quite n number arc short time. an innocent man and It I as much ready interested ir his work. hi duty to discharge an Innocent Pigs man a to prosecute- - n guilty man, On Saturday, April 10th., Mr. Gar-siAttorney Forester, Commonwealth' Several of our best citlxens havo of the Extension Department, in circuit court there dismissed the been summoned to appear at the University of Kentucky met with the charging Dr. H. T. Win-r.- c Indictment opening of Federal Court at Richwith tho murder of Miss Lura mond next Monday. Those who go Lancaster Hustler Pig Club. After discussing different notions with the Parsons. from here are: Messrs. F. 11. Marks-bur-y, boys, Mr. Garside and Mr. Angle A. F. SanD. C. Sanders, Sanders, the local leader of the club, ders, George Iloblnson, U right Her- visited each boy, inspecting quarters ring and John Hicks. for keeping tho pig. Who The first prixo for the best pig will bo a trip to Uie Stato Fair. BeLouisville, Headstones for graves The regular meeting of tho Lan- sides a second and third prixc, each of former soldiers will bo furnished Association boy who exhibits will receive a prlie. by tho government, according to a caster Business Men' communication received from tho was held at the court house last Thcso will be announced later. War department. It was announced Thursday evening, with about forty Plan aro now on foot to secure that a headstone will be allotted for members In attendance. "These .meet- prize for gjrls In the Garment-makin- g club and for the girls nnd boys the gravo of every soldier burled In ing are getting more and more Ina city or national cemetery. In the teresting each meeting night and new In Poultry Club. The total number case of a national cemetery tho gov- members are being added weekly. of boys and girls in club work numSome splendid work I expected to ber two hundred and nineteen as folernment bears the expense for the erection of tho stone, but where a be accomplished" by this organisa- lows: First year and second year Clothsoldier U buried (A a city or private tion In the near future, a definite 195 girl. Poultry cemetery the government will fur-nlf- h plan of action will be taken up at the ing Project iiriL. boys. Pig the stone and will send It fire-pa- next regular meeting, which I the Project 14 girl Club 10 boy. to the freight yard of the city. second Thursday In each motnh. Banquet For ' Players. Is Freed At Harlan. Swope To Join Talented Daugh?rty's Staff. Former Congressman King Swope, Danville, probably will be appointed one of Attorney General Daugherty' assistants with a salary of at least $5,000 a year says the Courier Journal. It is also probable, it was said, that tho attorney general will designate former Governor Augustus E. Wilson to handle any special litigation that may develop during tho Harding administration. It has been decided definitely In Washington, it is said, that Circuit Judgo Charles Kerr, of Lexington, wilt be made federal judge of the canal zone. It Is understood thi appointment will take effect about June lit. Judge Kerr will have the distribution of considerable patronage. To Federal Court. And Poultry. de interested in the with all person work of the Salvation Army are rent the rooms quested to meet of the Garrard Bank and Trust Company to make final arrangement looking toward the appeal that will be made to the people of Garrard county In the interest of this work. A budget of $560 has been assigned to Garrard county and tt should be easily raised. The wonderful results that will be derived from this organization thru the Home Service Board can hardly be estimated. The results of tho work of the Salvation Army can be measured only by the number of souls rescued from the pit of dispair. Who can estimate in dollars and cents the value to society of a- neglected child, "if youth get n chance 16 be young?" Work among the children is only one of the sixteen major activities included in the Home Service Program of the Salvation Army for 1921. Your help will mean more than you think. "Many persons believe that the work of the Salvation Army is limited to street corner evangelical meetings," says Brigadier Herbert Roberts, of Cincinnati, Divisional of the Army for Western Ohio and Kentucky. "They arc all wrong. This Is DUt one of the sixteen major activities of thd organization. The sixteen branches of our work arc: 1. Relief of the Poor where practical assistance is extended to those who drift into provcrty. 2. Rescue ilomes and Maternity Hospitals To shield and rare for the girl whose innocence has been betrayed, give her a fresh start on the right road, and keep her and her baby together. 3. Young Women's Boarding Homes, in which girls of small incomes may obtain good food and clean, attractive quarters of American plan prices within their reach. 4. Industrial Homes where men who have become derelicts are restored to the g Working class. 5. Men's Hotels where a poor man may find clean beds at nominal price amid surroundings that make for his moral and spiritual regeneration. which give out0. Fresh Air Camps ings to poor mothers and children of the crowded cities. 7. Christmas Dinners provided for poor families and needy Individuals. 8. Free Employment Bureaus to botain Jobs unemployed. for the "chronically" 9. Prison Work caring for tho families of prisoners and restoring the former convict to respective society. 10. Juvenile Industrial and AgriculSchools where delinquent tural boys nnd girls arc developed into physically and morrally sound citizens and where orphans arc rearVd and educated. 11. Boys' Friend Bureau to care for the lad without funds or friends who would be thrown, otherwise, upon his own resources in n strange community. 12. Missing Friends Bureau a bureau which specializes in search for persons sons, daughters, wives, and other relatives, in any part of the civilized world. Bureaus which have met with marked success in preventing 14. Work among Service Men Continuance of the war record of the Salva-tio- n Army among those men still in uniform. 15. Firle and Evangelistic Work preaching the Gospel In languages suited to the simplest of men, with its practical application, n recruting and reclaiming agency for all churches. 10. Emergency Departments a relief branch available for immediate service In the eve of Com-'mandwuge-earnin13.An-ti-Suciwell-know- n Many Lancaster and Garrard county friends, have learned with regret of the sad death of Hon. William K. Argo, which occured last Thursday at his home in Colorado Springs, Colo. The deceased I well remembered hero and was a classmate of Dr. J. B. Klnnaird at Center College, where he graduated and was one of the most learned men in the deaf mutes and blind languages. He was In fact right at the top of his profession. For ten years he was superintendent of the Kentucky school for the Deaf, at Danvlnlle, leaving there in 1894, on account of ill health. He went to Colorado Springs, and up to the time of his death was Superintendent of the State for the Deaf and Blind. Mr. Argo had been In ill health for the past several months, making a game fight against odds, yet he bravely met the end, as only a true Christian can. He Is survived by his wife, who was Miss Bell Glv-eChcnault, of Richmond, the two sons, Robert and William K., Jr. having died within the past three years. He was born at Paint Lick, this county, nnd was one of the best known men in Central Kentucky when he lived here. The funeral was held Saturday morning at Colorado Springs where interment took place. ns JAPAN Defies The Protests Of America. Washington, D. C, Japan's firm determination not to surrender Yap Island is stated in n series of five notes between the United States and Japan and made public recently by the State Department. The correspondence not only reveals the fact that Japan defied the American protest against the mandate over Yap, but that it also rejected summarily the United States' proposal that "even if Yap should be assigned under the mandate to Japan all other powers should have free'and unhampered access to the Island for landing and operation of cables." Good Meeting. the Buckeye Consolidated last night, an enthusiastic crowd heard'' Messrs. R. I!. Batson and Biliie Miller explain the work of the Salvation Army and the program of the Home Service Campaign which will be launched next Saturday. The people of Buckeye can be depended upon to do their share of assistance during the campaign. At School Too Much Booze. and Les Anderson were arrested here last Tuesday, by Revenue officers and taken before Commissioner Lawill at Danville, charged with .having moonshine In They gavo bond their possession. in the sum of $500 and are to appear before the Federal Court "at which Richmond, convenes next Sam Wallace week. Total Eclipse of Moon Will Be Visible Tonight The total lunar 21-2- eclipse of the 2 will be visible moon on April throughout tho United States. The moon is north of tho center of the earth's shadow, but nevertheless near enough to it to bo completely im- Uisaster. "The Salvation Army through It 1921 Home Service Program I now Gravestone For All Fell In The War planning to extend its service from the cities to the rural districts. Advisory Boards are being formed in every community to accomplish this end." Enthusiastic. School Board K. E. A. IN SESSION AT LOUISVILLE School Closed For The ' Week. Entertains. a fish supper at, the Puritan last Friday evening. Everything that goes with a supper of this kind was served and all present expressed themselves as enjoying a wonderful feast. The School Boarj of the LancasThe school Is out for this week and ter Graded and High School entertained the. Faculty of the School at the entire Faculty In LouUville at- mersed. At 11:57 P. M. on tho 21st the moon first touches tho penumbra, but it iwll not be untit well after midnight that the darkening becomes conspicuous. At 1:03 A. M. the edge of the truo shadow Is reached, and more and more of the 'moon will be hidden until at 2:23 it Is complete, ly obscured except for the faint redthrough the dish light refracted earth' atmosphere. Totality lasts only 42 minutes, and the moon I entirely clear of the shadow at 4:20, though it does not leave the penumbra until 6:22. The bright star, Spica will be within 10 degrees of the eclipse moon, making a very pretty spectacle for anyone who gets up to tee It. id Notice. tending the Kentucky Educational meeting there. A special meeting of the American Association The "kiddles" lay that they are Legion will be held TUESDAY enjoying a much neesled and well NIGHT, APRIL 20th. All the mem-beearned rest. are urged to be present. rs The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Apr 21 CARELESS HANDLING CAUSE OF BIG LOSS 1 92 1 . RETAILERS Fight Luxury Tax. Favor Adoption Of t'ropoiad Sates Lvy Association Asks Lstlsr, To Senators And Reprssanla-live- s For Urilni Vol In Law,. Chsn The Itetnilcra' Association of Kentucky, nt ita last meeting, wc"nt iiuarcly on record na In favor of the luxury tax repeal of the and In favor of the adoption of the proposed snles tax. In n statement just issued the association aika all Its members and others interested to write to their Sena- ton and Representatives and ask them to give their support to the protax posed change In the national laws. In package new size t Easy far Potatoes to Develop Se rious Diseases. Important That Utmeit Car Gl tn Tubara Whlla In Storaga to Prvnt Rot Good Vtntlla. tlon Will Assist. j PRODUCE The Eggs, Hides, Poultry, etc., and we will LUCKY STRIKE 10 20 for 20 cts. from rot. Kvery liruUo Infection on n potato makes It easy for vnrloua storage? rota to deelnp. Thee dls-- Careless handling of potatoes during and after dieting, says A. (1. chief Insttector for the Minnesota stato seed otnto certification board, la often responsible for sTflnus Ima ! To-la- a, PRODUCE The Highest Market Price for same. Phone us wc want your business. tr Handyand convenient; try thctn. Dealers now carry both sizes: 10 for 10 cts; cigarettes for 10 ots It's Toasted Exttrior the rushing current beyond. The GOING minnow Is put on the hook the line where you wnnt and then You Have Imagina- droppedand watch the cork,It light your you ait pipe or cigar and then dream. You a tion only have pleasant dreams on the ia the season of year to go river bank and you can spend hours Thla In thla delightful pastime. Present ly the reel begins to sing, the baaa fishing you should go, provided you haa made a dart with your minnow have an imagination. If you have and hook, the cork has disappeared. no imagination you would get no What ccitasyl What delight 1 There pleasure out of a fishing trip. is no sensation just like it. You Dig fish stories are the outgrowth hook him and then the 1ntt!e begins of the imagination of fishermen, aaya until you finally land aim. This Joy Col. Harry Summers, of the Eliza is never satisfied. Each new strike bcthtown News. gives a sensation Just as delightful They get a great deal of pleasure gfc getting ready to go fishing and can as the first one. Your pipe may out and your dreams rest for a while, it and plan for it and imtalk about agine how many fish they are going but your joy is as constant as the below the dam. to catch. They nlso get n great foam Then how wonderful the cooking deal of pleasure talking about it after they return. Imagination with is, how different it is from home eatthe real fishermen colon everything ing, simply because you have n great appetite, and then the bed, you forboth before and after taking. I get that it Is hard because you sleep MM t LI U. -. i iivii iiiv uvtfnuuu I. in uiuum aim I is winter cioinea Dcgin to uecome un- so hard. You are up early In the mornlnjr. comfortable the real fiihman pines for the river bank like a catbird You have spun your stories and told wants to try ita wings in the open your jokes the night before as you smoked and played a game or two of air. Every fisherman loves nature, ond cards, but after breakfast separate in the spring time he simply longs for another day's fishing and another to get away from the haunts of men day of joyful anticipation of what and alt down on the lap of nature. you arc going to catch. Tho fishermen arc nature's chilThe birda aing sweeter to him na they flit from limb to limb on the bank dren. They act naturally because they live close to mother earth, with love songs in the1.- - throata. 1 Tiiey come home refreshed and reThe mils it-- of the water as it govs over the dam Is better Uinn mother' juvenated, with all the amallncss of lullaby and when you v'cr put to life and its little petty things forsleep as a kid; it i a music that gotten and buried below the dam, never changes its tunc but never and then we talk about it and think grows tiresome. It ia the first thing about it until it Is time to go again. you hear in the morning and the last We would rather be a fisherman than thing you hear tonight either a philoapher or a poet, for the You pick yourself oufa good place real, genuine fisherman is something where there Is both tho still pool and of both. Vltw of Potato Storage House. FISHING If Its Great Sport storage, I'otntoes badly bruised when dug should not I placed In storage with sound potatoes, alncu theynru certain to rot and spread Infection throughout the bins. A field that has contained blackleg, and which has not lieen rogued. Is very likely to yield a con- have their origin In tlio soil nr In unrlenn bins. It Is Important, therefore, that grent enre be taken white digging and nlso while handling the HtatiKs after placing them In van' .1- 1 siderable number of potatoes silently lufoted. at least, with blackleg rot. If thee nre placed tn storage with aound tubers they tuny be resiMmalhto for largo ntnminta of storage rot. especial- ly If the iMJtatoes nre damaged when being dug or after being placed In ' storage. Mr. Tolaaa finds that a lartrc amount of storage rota can be prevented by placing the iiotntoes ns aonn ni dug In crates, which, when filled, can b hnuled to the storage cellar and carefully dumped wherever wanted. If It la neccsnary to drop the potatoes several feet much damage can le nvoldeil by providing a chute for low- - . I crlng them Into the cellar. Storage cellar, especially thoe which contained a lot of rotted potatoes tin- - previous year, should be thor- nughly disinfected with a strong solution of Milestone onu pound being ' dissolved In ten callous of water; or formaldehyde, one pint In ten gallons of water, lefore tho potatoes are put j away. Good ventilation with tempera- - ' ture of from 33 tn 40 degrees Fahrenheit wilt aid materially In keeping down tho loss from storaR COMMON rots. j also adopted The aisoclntion strong resolutions In part as follows: "lie It Resolved That this Assorts-- ' tion ia opposed to the excess profit j tax and to certain classes of excise. tnxes, Including all of the COMPANY. luxury taxea, and la opposed to nnyj other form'of tax which would add to It. L. HAGAN, Mjrr. the burden of business and the LANCASTER, KY. STANFORD ST., i pie of this country. Kesolvcd, That this "He it Further Association favors, in lieu of the above mentioned taxes, a one per .. cent snles or turnover tnx, which we pal( UJl0n a badly soiled egg be used far preppt.r profit." believe will meet all the expenses of' serving for if placed In the solution economically conducting the govern- Now It will spoil and if washed a protec--eke ment and provide sufficient funds to tive coating which prevents spoiling take cnreof the present national Win-te- r will be removed. Will debt. In using the watcr-glamethod Supply. "Thla Association favors the sales of preserving eggs one quart ef following or turnover tax for the water-glasor aodium silicate as reason: With eggs as abundant and cheap I. I. ..It.. I I laiii-i- i .(iwuiu I.. .... I iu nine ur u.i-. "(I) Any business can well atford now as they . will probably be any. , a L ... 1. "tiws v nMivs mast it I'Tru Wl'lldl to pay n tax baaed on Ita turnover of . i Thla mixture placed in merchandise. If the rate of tax is proiiiauiy prescrveu in a crock or jar will be suf- low, and if the tumover tax is the '" ficlent to preserve 15 uoien eggs. only tax on the business. months tlon for eight to ten """J"1 for use Only earthenware Jars should be "(2) This tax is certain, as It does when eggs nre expensive, according used and these should be thoroughly not depend upon profits. It will pre- to J. Holmes Martin, in charge of cleaned and scalded and then allowvent the pyramiding of taxation and, the poultry work at the College of ed to dryAt least two Inches ef could easily be paid monthly to the Agriculture. Kggs laid during government because it is fixed, defi- -' April, May and June have been the solution should cover the egg after they have been placed In the nite and certain amount. found to keep better than those laid container. Additional eggs may be "(3) The sales or turnover tax is later in the season. added from time to time. simple of Administration, as the sales The secret of success in preserving The crock containing the preservor cash record of the tax payer eggs for winter use lies In getting the basis for the computation them into the solution while they ed eggs should be placed in a cool, of the tax. It eliminates uncertain- are fresh, clean and if possible in- dry place. Waxed paper covered ty of inventory valuation and does fertile. Small stnina may be remov over and tied around the top of the awny with the falling valuation of ed with a cloth dampened with vine- - crock will prevent evaporation of the gar but under no conditions should solution. merchandise where Harrojsliii Ice & Proflnce d ' , Con, Prrrvfrl Furnish a u s ... flve-gallo- ,u." - fur-msh- SALT IS DANGEROUS Hoga and Chickens Are Vary Susceptible to Poisoning by Mineral -Instincts Cited. Pnhir Sale 1 UU1IV OF - -- WE HAVE PUT THE POWER OF FIVE YEARS AGO, BACK INTO YOUR DOLLAR You remember thote days of five year ago when your dollar looked like a big round cart wheel and it bought you plenty. J f 1 It should be bortio In mind that hogs nnd chickens nre very auccptlble to poisoning by common salt. A lndy emptied Ice containing salt from the Ice cream refrigerator tn tho backyard. The chickens picked up salt enough tn kill them. A newly-wemade n rako of salt, presuming It tn bo sugar. It was thrown to the chlckeas and killed all of them. I'lgs were allowed to grate In a pasture with cuttle where they had access to a salt lick, they licked the salt ravenously mid all but threu of the herd died. Is reported where salt Another cn brlno was mistaken for sugarwater and fed to hogs with garbngo; the pi were poisoned and died tho following r' day. Salt polsonetl "hogs show no symptoms for several hours, when they nr taken with dlzxlnes. increased thirst, frothing at the mouth, diarrhea, and vomiting. Keep salt away from hogs Glover, Colo251 Sjillfsqi; Oea rado Agricultural Collego. " d . iTSJ. -- ft""'"' LIVE STOCK, FEED, AND FARM IMPLEMENTS. Having sold my farm on Buckeye pike, known as the Hudson and Kavanaugh farm, three miles from Lancaster, I will on Saturday. April 2 3rd, on PROPER TIME TO CUT WHEAT au the AT TEN O'CLOCK, premises, sell the following: :-- you Well thos days are practically restored to far at we are concerned. at ... It May Bs Dona With Safety Whsn Straw Haa Lost Ntarly All of Ita Qrttn Color. We have made the most staggering price reductions on everything in our store and everybody is a winner except ourselves. We want your business and we have gone limit to get it. Now then if you want to savei the money here's the place to come. We will pay you the highest market price for your produce and sell , to yeu at the lowest price. We sell for cash. Wheat may be cut with safety when the straw hns lost nearly all Ita green color nnd tho grain are, not entirely hardened. 'If cut sooner than this, shriveled kernels will result. If left stundtng until fully ripe, a blenched appearance, duo to the action of the elements, often results, and loss from shattering may ensue. head of young ewes, with lambs, one pair of LIVE STOCK work mules, one good saddle mare, 30 head of yearling cattle, 2 heifers, due to calf now; 2 sows and pigs, 3 sows to farrow soon. 130 SUCCESS Succesa In IN MARKETING mar- wagons, 2 hay frames, o one mowing machine, goojj as new; one dump hay rake and one bull rake, lot of plows, cutting harrows, harness and other things too numerous to mention. FEED:-L- ot of baled hay, about 100 barrels of corn. Terms made known on day of sale". FARMING IMPLEMENTS:-Tw- rse Becker & Ballard PHONE 27. RYANTSV1LLE, KENTUCKY. upon obtaining n sufficient volume of business, observing principles, employing capable management, following buslnea methods, and having loyal keting depend J- A. T. Scott, Auct. T. Hicks LANCASTER. KY. The Central Record. Lancastei , Ky., Thursday Apr 21, 92 1 1 5 CLEN LILY on the theory it is not a high grade pat ent. None higher, none better, not bleached or blended Sold on its me'r- its t the right price. THREE PRESIDENTS Hake Your Old Carpet and Uncle Walk ASK AID FOR CHINA Harding, Wilson and Talt Appeal Americans to Help Stricken Millions of I Don't Be Deceived j Rugs Look Like New cost. Tlx PrMhlcnt nml two rx I'rc'lilcnta of Hip fnlliil SlnlM hnvi Jolnml, fur tin first time In Ilu history of tin ttTT I1I.ATS nil how fan- - puts a, omiitrr. In nn npixwl for n MIhii A trial is all we ask. Phono .'11 1. Ihriiple pfitrrprlp. rreilcnt Ilanl nz, crimp In ii limn h fnijilint Wllanti nnii until ihi rctlnnl merrhnnt. Our truck kocj to Stanford and Crab Orchard Ihi vi Imi n hungering for an 'In ft are nil In Hit forefront of the twice a week. old fashioned Ixillnl dinner, composed motemetit to eml nhl from America tn of corn luff uml n I tin- - standard vege- - the famine tlctlma of I'lilnn. fine of I'reiilent llnnllluc'a flrft ofll IhIiI's I men LANCASTER CARPET & RUG CLEANING WORKS tlonml llii matter rial iii'M nfter hla ImiuKiirnllnn, tnken when In hml l.een In the White. Itoitr hCVITllI time, nml H. L. BAILEY, Prop. my wife unit! she le limn two week. wn to renew the wn-ilgive the npH-n- i mmle Uy III pretlccetor In he. LANCASTER, KY. ' hired girl n holt half nf Amerlca'a 'I'ter reinihllr In the day nml get tni up Itnat t'rehent llanlini; anlil In piirt "At IliK the rnrlltft pnictlcnhle mita boiled dinner, lii my mlinlnlMnitloii, I ilelre tn Mirli nn tvi uxil ment my mn in the mnny appcnls. to tint In Ilii'lmU nihl Doctrlnt of Reincarnation. Chang of Trad. which have ltin lMel heretofore In rynn ilnjfi. Tlio t n pietlnu f t!t-- 1 Pome iiiirn nan n cotton man In The iliMiriiiH Miiile uf a turce helinlf of the lrvlti Ii II ii wn I i rni N'ims tin Ii- iiiHiitfrnt In tin? In ipilmi nl n Inriie hmik regarding bin iH t 'im nf Chlmt. nrliiiulnl for illvhtnul In wr old mid certain note, u hi. K il" l'H lik held fur a ni l "The picture of Thlnn'a illtre n n il p.ilfill In Hi' I ii r Html Mleto Hint able mnoiint no trnirle thut I nm motiil, therefore, 'Yn," remarked nn I'Mikiil fonrnnl lo hibh etperiin.tn many lii.unintloiia, officer, "it fntln due tomorrow, nml we to remtv the nipifil heretofore mmle It lik a liutiiery gmnter or exp-r- t to varryiHc tit II will ! nld." Tin cotton nml to expre llie l'ne Hint the Amer-lenI nlf iitul'ln't degree Um m Incarnation to tiinn made ihi reply for moment, iotle will rontinue to mtitrlhu(e of nnjtlilnc i Im' for tlin-- i iliiy. the other Theologlm! writer have thru nked abruptly. "Whut In )mr to thu humnnltarlin cnue n cenjf Ami wlu ii On inciii win tWli.it up I ouoly nn the) lhly cnn." "Why. I nm n hunker." taken iii Utt utrHtige state nf fWliU business" "Well," tinil nn it"mk of Jiimplni: IimhIiiicIii, a In n(Mt tiling the Amcricnn eornmlt-tenn evidence thut our tiwntnllty wnn tin surprised nml unii Jiimiiliii; I In rliiilm wllli hail nn before iiir pre-emused Hi.' (Mttoii iihiii. "tomorrow fw t'hlMH lHmlne Kuml, with hl ii my utnli-- f my t rm." IxHlily life mhiI Iielng created frulii nre going l' be n cotton merchant." own IiiiiimiIIhIi! preilei'or In the "T1inl' nliij.i tin wnr In IliU White lltme, ex l'nlili'iit Tilfl. nn the beginning New York Tunen wnrltl. iliiri:iiii It,' rmnmi-nlii- l ilu lm- - one tif the HiemlifM, mill Thorn W. IH ki. ivr. "Jut no mre nn joti look Ijihnhii f New Vnrk. nn i Imlrmon. fonvnnl lo aoiiii'ililns; you'n trulne to rrenloVnt WIIkhi lil In hln procln-inrun up iicnlixt a llra!iHilutmcat Ural t leu: will lirvak "Not only In the name of humanity, l I W1 fill milrll llllilll!M hut III that of the frlemllllnxn which I who on my I nml nluht. we feel for N creiit nopk III illMreni, lliln't tit Miy to iippiik of for 1 teiittire tn nk that our tit ! nlmlt, I'ttTtll lilphK umi my f,. Le even tho'lL'h the tank of clvlnsc In not xinl Nflliil vbbm. 1 h Jnt ilt'nil on tixlny n tight one npnnl nn they can ihi pin) iil out. I lixikiM nr fi't I to thin tl'ntnnt I ut uppenllni; cry for 'orwiinl In !ln linn ulirn I cnulil unw help " flf n fmv I'iiciIk of hIiiiiiIiit Junt n on Imikiil forward o Unit ljlleil fiwl The Lancaster C'nrpot and Hutf Clcnnini: Works will call nnii tfet your old CnrpetH nml Itutr.n, clean them nml return looking like new, nt n very small Sister Republic. r into pnying 10 or 15 cti. more for n nck of flour than you do for PERVERSITY OF THINGS nmtil-tloiin- y mm Hisu-JlN I! - Garrard nillingCo Find The Murderer. ' . fl, jtm-tnln- 1 lri It-l- reone nt lii-n- ivt e li-- Thoroughbred Horses HBHBLfiSa&i ftt ly r.-- lT." "At LIFE SAYING STAMPS Kentucky Association Course LEXIto NGTON May 4 Inclusive April 23 Stake Dates HI Ul lUMttf Saturday. April 21 UltaM till Tuesday. April of the finest iport in it history of neiily a century, the famous Lexington course will in augurate the annual season of thorough-bre- d racing in Kentucky on Saturday, April 23rd. PROMISING ten day. r Never before hate so many horses of been quartered at the Lexington course and this advantage has been supplemented by a program book of unusual excellence. claw Thursday, April H KUtf 1UUX Ssturdsy. April M MM Mil tlUlt mi Kll JIUIJ Tvtiday, May I Wtdnttday, uhii imtur May 4 Come to Lexinjton and enjoy the meeting! It it here that some of most prominent entries for the Kentucky Derby to he run at Churchill Downs on Saturday, May "th, will get their final tecs with colon up. Kentucky Jockey Club Inrorvortl "Elephant's Car." ciepnani a enr la a iiawnnan or 1 Minn plnnt. Willi tery largo, bright green leatcs. iimi! to cite subtropical effect In bedding. The rixt stnck I plnn'ed In giMxl, imilit oll out of ilihir or atnrted In n IkiiIhsI or a inn -- i griHiilioHMi ami full It Is storeil tniuplniil. where k i In the ihonpuo' nnd frost rniinot rearli It in the Pacific Islnmln the rootst'H-uel for food xtcushely, the nil of Piwnll being mmle .from It. The p .nt la culled taro. Lt a Child Choost. Children ahould never forceil Into a line of witrk for which they .how no antltudo. acconlliii to Dr. I M mini J. Kempf. n New York pnycho inithoI(- gist and author. In nn article In the Now York .Sun. "Many parent unwlt- tlngly tvan their chlldren'K wltolo lite lMrauit tliey rtill to reullio the vital Imporuiiice of letting the child pick Us own untiiriil hctit." says Doctor Kempf. "nnd they hedge lilui In by iIihi'Ih nml iuIhhi id the mcrltkv uf lj I III IMTMIIUlllly." . i Deposit Here & Save Your Money We Strive to Serve. CAPITAL $50,000.00 SURPLUS xlnrkfil up nm! I .tint up in my rum nt novun o'clock HELP FAMINE VICTIMS ii tin ftinlnsr. im'inni to slmi tiiiml lit clock, or nn much lonecr n t t I wni ao ilniway I j "ulil Imrillr imi t iri't my wen ofT, Each "Mercy" Sticker Purchased II mil I lituvttl u 1kIi of rclur wlii-for Three Cents Provides Food rnwhil In hctwccii tin; atio-la- . Hut ' I liml IxM-for One Day f0 a Chinese. icfon llicro Hint minute i ilil Jlcclon mini iitouc with hl plnylnc nm hnml nml Snlen of "IJfe Sntinc Stampn" by ion unncr my winnow, nic concn-nni- i the American Committee fur Chlnn from illlrlct win occupylni; KnmlHe rmiil fur the benetlt of Chlnn ho room ncit lo mlm. nml tlin i fninlne v,rtlm hate riNheil n totnl of inu'kinni wen MTvimillns; him. thiMtuHiiil nf ilollnm nl the eml of the irolrnhly lmiltii: to l npilnli il first month, nnii nlreuiljr the money In nctually fnrlnir liven In Chlnn. Or licfmi lone. They plu.tnl cv-rlilnrmM t itrii you tor hcnnl of. dern Ourlnc the firt month ncirrecntiil nut I hml tn li:ivi my own room nml more thnu 10,Ik.i"J ftiinip, whlcb will menn nt the vt of 3 centn for to to om nt th Imck of Ihi hotel. "Thnt room hniln't liccn umiI for n each tnmp- - $,HM"'"l for the Chinese ong tlmi. nml thine In rooiI when the complete returnn have been vp.tlr. I cllmlx'il Into the uml mnile. The Mump, are Intended to ae aim Miorinc n few quotntlnmi from the cure a multitude of amnll contrtbtllnlci, tthen nil the nlnta enme down tlnna from peronn who will not hate it oncei ami I Innilol on the floor on an opportunity tit contribute In othei ny enr with tny feet up on the foot wnya. The cnmpulni for China l the effort tf Ihe beil. I thniieht my buck was trrentent atnitle phllnnthroplc but 1 mnnneeO now before the American people. irolcti In thm plai-n- , i Kvery atnte In the Union In now cet up. nml then I hlkeil bnck t ny own nm. I hml left the window In the life anting atamp whin I yelhil nt Jlcclennn and anlen, nml rmclal cominltteen nre nt brew noun funiltiiri nt hln munlclnnn. work In more than U.UK) cltlen through The circulation of iml I wan ao alecpy I forgot lo clone It. lout the country. "Th heil una right up ngnlnat the the atnmpn In being effected by aleit nlmlow. nml tvnn Jut getting asleep nrgnnluttlonn rnmpoed of ofllcera of tthen It began to rnln. the Wemnn'n Korelen Jllnnlonnry So inrt! tmr .bout forty gnllonn of tvnler blew In tietlen, nanlsted by commercial orgnnl m me befon I could get the doggone xatlona, school), churches, Hot and ttlmlnw cloneil. I had to rustle around tllrl Scout Cnmp. Y. M. nml Y. W fraternal Asnoclatlonn. for n dry night shirt and some ahectn Christian md things, nml by that time I waa lodges, hotel aoc'ntlon, tnmrtls of pretty near desperate. I don't know education nml other voluuteera Inter nf anything more aggravating than to eMctl In the mntement to extend a helping hiiiid to n sister republic In ills he dying for n good tleep and then be unnble lo mnke con- tren. Iloune to houe ennvasslug for the nections. : "At Inst I got Into boil ngaln. nil sale of the atnmpn which are. Intended nug nml comfortnble. nnd tn doing to bo placed on tint bucks of letters ami some ground nml lofty sleeping. Then packages hn proted the most effee nlong rami u guest who mistook my tit u method In the smaller communi room for hln own, which wna on the ties. In tho big cities the stamps have floor nlmve. It hnpencd thnt hln key been sold to huslnesn houses, which 'fitted the lock of my door, ao heopeneil ' are using them on their outgoing mall nnd enme In. When he anw me then and puckagea. A nominal quotn of ten he took mv by the anklea and drnggiil ) stamps fur every ndult lias been avt by me out onto tho floor nnd sat on me, the committee, hut In many center nml nskinl me what In thumler 1 meant this nlrrndy baa luen tmssiM. I un by ocupylng bin Itcd. for which he had ublo to obtain atnmpn through a local Pa d In udtniice. It tooK ten minuten , commiuee wme i nina i amine ruuu lo make things clear to him. nnd by Committee, liliiie Mouse, mjw ork. thnt time I rtit iikp n (inveiing uuoi. BUY CHINA LIFE SAVING "Hut I had sense enough left to get ' hack Into bd and make another try at STAMPS I tmtl slept nnoui twenty sleeping. walta when n big framed picture, of my wife, which hung over the hend of the bed. rame down nnd amasheil Itself on my fnce nnd put my non(, out of Joint. Then I gavo up. 1 put on my clothes nnd went dowm . atnlra nnd ant up all night, hoping tho . building wouldn't rnve In on me. It didn't, and that was tho only bit of luck I had that ulcht." fi-l- lnt thlnc ll - ! 1 , (Courier Journal) rensonnbly demand that the criminal DUmisaal of the cane against Dr. be found. The whole State Join in The time that has II. C. Winncs. once tried for the muri the demand. tier of Lura I'nmons, clears the tvny elapsed since the tragedy occurred for real investigation of the crime.' hardly effect the opportunities of revoking to the indictment of the netved investigation to revcnl tit guilty man and a successful prosccu- - murderer. If Hnrlnn county officers sa ythe convict Kuard balked the In- tion. evidence ndduc-- 1 vestlgation they should not make the The nature of the ed nt the trial of Doctor Wlnne.n; the stntemont without ground for It. If lock of evidence upon which any Jury there is ground for it the facts should might be expected to reach n ver- he laid before a special grand Jury dict of conviction, fully warrant the without further delay. feeling; that The Courier-Journa- l attitude of Commonwealth's Attorney Foroster in ht motion tn quash a solution of the mystery of the murthe der of Miss Parsons nlong; with clarithe indictment. In granting motion Judge Davis removed from fication of the alleged attitude of the not impossible of court a case in which there was no rond guard probability of successful prosecution: achievement, ures that the investiThe end of the Wlnne caae should gation be renewed and offers a renot lie the end tf the effort to dis- ward of IfiOO for information leadingcover and convict the author of a to discovery nnd conviction of the crime too well remembered to make J murder of Lura Parsons discussion of its details necessary. The crime wan committed in a sparse- Farmers Losing Millions in community. Men who ly settled Scrub Live Stock were near the acenc, nnd who could Attend and take part in have committed the murder were not so numcrou that the trial need be lost by rnon of being; often cross- Farmers Better Sire Sales ed. Since the discovery of the tragedy belief that n convict from the Bourbon Stock Yards road camp committed the assault and Louisville, Ky. June 2nd n.urdur has persisted in Harlan coun200 pure bred registered ty. lU'pcndedly the assertion has bulls will be sold nt auction. been made thnt convict guards purThe sale is hold strictly to sued a course indicative of a desire to sec the criminal go unpunished improve the quality of live rather than have the investigation Bidstock in Kentucky. prove embarrassing to them as cusding limited to farmers. todians of the convicts. Ycu make your own price. Whether this belief, arising partly from more or less vogue assertions Movement backed by U. S. made by, or attributed to, Harlan Government. University of Kentucky, College of AgriculCounty officers, is based substantially ought to be ascertainable. When ture, Governor of Kentucky. Kentucky Pure Bred Live Stock Judge Ilenton, at Winchester, some Association nnd Louisville Li c years ago, simplified the prosecution Stock Exchange. of mountain feudists by procuring1 prosecution of witensses who deservWrite today for full pared It he set an example worthy of ticulars and free chart emulation. If it is a fact that showing increase in profit guards at the convict camp "balked" from pure breds. Address the investigations of the Parsons W. S. BELL, President murder rase it is not improbable that in doing ao they laid themselves Lovisville Live Stock Exchanie liable to Indictment. One of them LOUISVILLE, KY. at least waa dismissed because of his PlmlnJSImtSimtiirnl II. conduct during the Investigation. If he deserved dismissal his case was We thoroughly approve of Mrs. ono for a grand jury to subject to Harding when she says that the first scrutiny. Itcsidents of Harlan asserting that duty of a wife in to look after her such a crime canot reasonably be home and the comfort of her huslaid at the door of a native of the band. That comfort stuff will suro mountains because violations of wo- - catch the men. 1 men is not in the calendar of crime, often committed by mountaineers, I j PAINT! PAINT - PAINT You cnn nfTonl to pnint your house this year ami now h the time of year to do it. Lamoion's GRADE Paint has proven to be second to none nml wo nre prepared to furnish it nt prices thut will interest you, also PURE LINSEED OIL. TURPENTINE and FLOOR PAINTS OF ALL KINDS. HIGH- - i "I don't like to throw bouquets nt myself, hut I must nay folks unafraid of my drive." "(lolf or charity!" Indefinite. $60,000.00 BANK. If 1 CITIZENS NATIONAL LANCASTER, KY. unci . environment." "What nowl" "Saw ono downtown today which, was building a nest of burnt matches." The sparrow The City Bird. aoou udapts Iticlf to Try our Ra-Mey-- Lac Floor Varnish ii3toPAA.&r3f Corner Public Square Danville Street. If each person buys ten stamps at cost of 30 cants, this community tn. vnlll go over Its stamp quota thoM ward getting ucu.unlnte.1 wtlb Stamps can be secured front the IHiipIt next diHirt local China Famine Fund Committee Wife Just a little. Their cot In or directly from China Famine Fund, vlletl our cat over to a little floi-sou- i mous). N York City. t last bijuu. oiroj oiurica. ..... Progressing Slowly. -...... a most satisfnetory renewer of furniture, floors and nil interior wood work. It will surprise you what can be done with a small cnn of it nnd a little work. Save the surface and you save all. ll.t.ln. '""- - 6000LOE & WALKER BROS. The Central Record, Lancaster. Ky. Thursday, Apr 21 1 92 1 . The senior member of the firm of A. T. Scott & Son having other business interest which will take all his time in the future, we have decided to QUIT BUSINESS IN LANCASTER and intend to close out our ! Nil $1010 . STOCK OF DEPENDABLE MERCHANDISE s t I 1 WITHIIN TEN DAYS BEGINNING Saturday Morning1, April 23, at 7 i i i O'clock I I Don't iail to attend this sale it means hundreds of dollars in savings to the Public. We mean business Come and see for yourself. Get our prices and then we know you will take our goods. Nothing charged, taken back or exchanged during this sale. Our prices will convince you that we are going to QUIT. 10 Big Days for Garrard county i A. T. SCOTT & SON. LOYD Mrs. A. R. Burchell U some better Mr. and Mrs. Kuby Tenter were In Miss Lenn Hollan visited Mr. nml attend the Presbytery nt New Pro. night vidence, Ky. Mrs. Harrison Ray Saturday Etta Dell Ross was In town Satur- i.nd Sunday. The meeting at Walnutta H well day. Several attended the sale of James attended. The services will continue To date there Mrs. Fred Snyder visited her moth-e- r Llttcrel Friday. Everything sold well. through the week. Uro. Vogcl Mn. Josie Matthews visited Mrs. has been one addition. Sunday. of Herea, Is doing the preaching. Wm. Hay Is some better at L. L. Matthew Monday. Mr. Miss Fnnie Dowden wss given a this writing. nt this writing. Danville shopping recently. Mrs. James Foster visited Frank Ray and family Sunday. Mrs. Harrison Teater and baby have the mumps. Mr. nml Mn. ltcnrv Seli.ntlnn. vii. Ited Mrs. Durchclt recently. .Mr. anu .Mrs. rrcu Simpson visited her home folks Sunday. Mrs. Sale Hurt is able to be out after a long spell of rheumatism. Allen Howard entertained Mr. and Mrs. 'John Alex Masters Sunday. Mrs. Olllo Mack and baby visited her mother, Mrs. Adams Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. James Hicks spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Hay. Mr. and Mrs. Marshal Ray attended preaching Sunday at Sim Clarks. Klrby Teater was on Buckeye ridge Friday buying hogs and cattle. Klrby Teater shipped n load of hogs and eattle to Cincinnati Thursday. 16799 DIED COLD MEDAL in New York City alone from kid ncy t rou ble last year. Don't allow yourself to become a victim by neglecting pains and aches. Guard against this trouble by taking The world's standard remedy fot kidney, liver, bladder and uric aclJ ttouble, aS acopt nelniutloc - Holland's national remedy since i&96. All druggists, thrta tiles, fluaranu Leek (er the Mm CaU MUI un ! U- " PAINT LICK ' Miss Mabel Hall spent this week in Louisville and attended the K. K. A. Your old tlret good at new. and tubes mad Bring them in and let ui show you. Klrity Teater bought from Huke Prstoi a Rice milk ew, price unknown. Mrs. L. L. Matthew Is very low with blood pokm frM it nail In hr band. Hognn and J. L. TtaUr bought several hegs from (UtTereat parties Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Hatty Ray are rejoicing over the arrival uf n boy. His name Is Kilward. Mrs. Sallie Ann Simpssn U with her sister Mrs. Matthews, who Is very Ml with blood poison. Mr. and Mrs. Jen Casey spent Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sparks. Miss Alice Ray has returned home after a visit iwth her sister, Mrs. Mc- Mllllan. Dr. H. J. Tatrlck attended the Dentist convention In Louisville last week. and tubes made Your old tire good as new. Bring them In and let Ui show you. Lick All the teachers at Taint school will attend the K. K. A. at Louisville this week. Mr. Henry White of Atlanta, Gn., is the gue.it of his sister, Mrs. It. G. Weeds and family. Several from here will take advantage of the excursion Sunday to hear Hilly Sundny in Cincinnati. Sam Campbell Bensley was taken to Richmond hospital Monday evening to bo operated on for appendicitis. Misses Nannie Sloan, Zulu Cniilco, Martha and Fannie Dowden were the guests of Mrs. Rube Ralston Monday night. Rev. W. A. Ramsey and J. N. Denny left Tuesday, as delegates from Manse Presbyterian church to Mr. Pieratt adn son of near Rich- this writing. mond, were guets of Mr. and Mrs. Mist Theessa Woods, of Asbury T. S. Pieratt Wednesday. Collcge Wilmorr, spent the weekMr. and Mrs. Herbert Johns, of end with home folks. near Nicholasvllle, spent Sunday with Mrs. t. M. Dean ami Mrs. John Mr. Hiram Ray and family. W. Hryant and Mr. A. T. Scott, Jr., Your old tires and tubes made were in Dfcnville Thursday. good as new. Bring them In and Mrs. K. H. Kdwnrd and Miss Allie birthday dinner last Thursday by let ut show you. Mae Kdward were the guest WednesMrs. W. C. Wynn. The following Mr and Mrs. Jasper Noel, of Madi- day, of Mrs. Uelle Tomllson. were present: Miss Fnnnic Dowden, son county were guests of .Mr. Ollle Miss Lucy Turner of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Wynn, Mrs. Mar-th- n Uogie and family Sunday. has been spending several days with Wynn and Mrs. T. J. Thompson. Mr. and Mrs. It. W. Sanders, Miss-- e her grandmother, Mrs. J. A. Trumbo. TODD. Lucille Sanders, Myrtle and ChrisMr. and Mrs. Sam Montgomery, Misses Lillian nnd Jessamine Watts, was very much tine Davis spent Tuesday in This community were In Nicholasvllle shopping Frishocked Thufsday of last week when Mr. T. O. Hill and Mr. and Mrs.! day afternoon. the news was received over the teleMr. and Mrs. John Hryant enterphone that Miss Mary Todd was Talbott Jenkins, hnve been visiting Few knew that she had gone Mr. and Mrs. Walker Hradshaw at tained Sunday Rev. Hauntin and Mr. dead. Richard Conant, of Wilnore and to the hospital as she was in Paint Danville. Klsia M. Ison. Lick and community in the interest Mrs. Permelia Hogie received news Miss of the Cradle Holt of the Haptlst Tuesday of the death of her sister-in-laYour old lire! and tubes made Sunday school Saturday afternoon good as new. Bring them In and Mrs. John W. Teater, at nnd at church Sunday morning. She let us show you, Ohio. before, helped get dinner Monday Mr. and Mrs. Krncst Gosney nnd Rev. Rolling of Louisville, preach going to the hospital an Wednesday daughter, I.oule of Mnrksbury spent evening for gall stone. She was re- ed hen. Sunday morning and eve- the day with Mr. S. F. Croushorn ported as getting along nicely Thurs- ning and visited Mr. T. O. Hill and and family Sunday. day morning . In about an hour af Mr. nnd,Mrs. Talbott Jenkins. Mr. and Mrs. John J. Hognn ami ter the message came saying she wits W. M. S..met Thursday nfternopn doing nicely another came saying she and Mrs. Hradshaw led the meeting. children, Carrie, Jessie and Marion, of Springfield, were Sundny guests wns (Had. Too much cannot be said Mrs. A. C. Mile Mrs. Hirnm Hay, of Mr. adn Mrs. M. (). Kennedy, in praise of Miss Mary. She wns n Mrs. Hubert Carter and Miss Hernlce Mr. nnd Mrs. J. II. Kdward, Miss devoted christian, n member of the Hroaddus had splendid reading. Altle Mac Kdward, Messrs. Thomas Mt. Tabor church since young girlHenry and Robert Kdward were the hood. She never tired of doing guests Tuesday of friends in Nick: things for the sick and needy. Allasville. ways visiting them and never going empty handed, especially If they The Hournc High School played For Expectant Mothers Hryantsvillo High School Friday afneeded assistance. Miss Mary was born Dec. lath., 1870. She is sur- NSEI lY TWICE lENERATIONS i ternoon nt - o'clock nt this place, in sooner a ball game the score being 12 to U mm vived by three sisters, Mesdumes ttiioco im h, Robt. Hotkins, A. F. Caldwell and OauriiLS Meuuiei Co, Din. B. Atuau, 6. in favor of Hryantsville. Wm. Rogers nnd five brother, Newt Among those who were in Danville nni John of Okla., Geo. Jim, and shopping Friday were Mrs. O, M Tom, of this place and n host of Klixabethtown, is Morcland and ion, James Hourbon, Mr. Dean, of friends who will miss her. visiting his sister, Mrs. J. II. Kdward. Miss Zillnh Dawes, Mr. and Mrs. W, T. Arnold and Mr. and Mrs. I). II Mr. Molvin Hurris, of Lexington, Halcomb BUCKEYE nnd Mary llelle Ilalcomb, has been the guest of Mrs. Hello Among those from here who nt Mr. Riathcr Ray was in Lexing- Tomllson. ton Monday. Mrs. K. II. Hallard has been the tended the Opera House "Llghtnln" were Dr. nnd Mrs. II. C. Rose, Mr, Mr. Everett Grow and family have guest of friends in Lexington for the and Mrs. J. Hogan Hallard, Mrs, K. moved near I'acklcy. past week. , II. Hallard, Miss Mayme Hallard, Mr Mrs. M. O. Kennedy and Mrs. C. C. Jake Mr. R. W. Sanders bought a nice Hurnsldc, Mr. nnd Mrs. A. H. pony from Mr. W. A. Whlttnker. Decker were in Danville shopping Swope, Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Dean and Mrs. Hiram Hay and Mrs. Nora Thursday. Miss Stella Mae Grow. Mr. Chenault Ruble has returned Teater were visitors in Nicholasvllle home nfter a two weeks stay in HazMonday When a maiden discovers that she has fallen In love with" the wrong Mr. and Mrs. Kldd, of Virginia, ard, Ky. Mrs. Fannie Hryant has been on fellow she has a perverse craving to have been vlsltlnrv Mr. and Mrs. the lick list, but is some better at dive lu Just a little deeper. Thompj. Davis. g business selling more than 137 Watkins Products direct to farmer If you own auto or team or can get one; if you are under GO and can give bond with personal sureties. We back you with big telling helps. 62 years In business, 20,000,000 users of our products. Write for Information where you can get territory. J. It. Watkins Co., Department lit, Winona, Minn. pd.) life-lon- Get busy. Job unsafe? You want a Keep busy. Is your Is it permanent? Some people are seldom satisfied with this world until they reach tho next and wish they were back again. Conducting baby shows in order to determine the most perfect ones Is becoming quite a fad in the big cities. In thus community such a course is not necessary. They are all perfect. HelsBBaaH ClaJldKa llilfl! 5ftl P7 MM MininikiiM) ,, BRYANTSVILLE ggggggggflfiiflgflggggS i s Th Central Record, Lancaster,. Ky., Thursday, Apr 21, 92 1 1 THREE DISEASES age lar monly known as "blackflre." Anguleaf-sphas been present in the ot aaaaaaaaaH Trie average train ner hoa nrr cUv ulirnTnl nn Tuxedo I log Nation it I to 2 pounds. Every 5 lbs. of feed averages more than I lb. win. Tuxedo Hog Ration is a very efficient hog feed producing most economical gains. These figures are the result of long feeding experience on the part of hundreds cf big hog raisers. , TUXEDO HOG contains M ATI It ii Kicnlificatly nuanl ti product lilt and terifht in tht inortnl pMiiLIc tin. It malta lo;i fattm fait. ton. trtf jrtnini iht hot rrauirts for liuiltCnj ON rrt and ununnAii, unit! THE EARLY & DANIEL CO., Inc. Source of Ictbtrgt. The ixiiirrt nf practically nil the Icebergs of tlii nrcilc ami luliaretle rtton I Yield Valuabit OH. An oil obtained from stump of pine tree ha been found to be valuable for recovering sliver from pulverised ore by the notation process). r4 Improved Fir Host Coupling. Coupling for fire lmv Hint are tightly locked Iijt n quarter turn have been Invented by a Manchuctt i tnsu. Tim for Caution. Our Men nf the tlmr to Mop., look Nam Band en Occupation. and llstrti. tint to Mijr roHiit lll. la when we recele a letter from uini Where a man lived and what he did one we never heard nf before ex- for a living wrre two vrry proline tending u personal Inrltntlixi to ; source from which wa derived the In an 'name which eventually stuck to that join wllli him of n Industry nlilrh oftVm thr grrntrst op- family, even although I hey mlcht portunity In the t'nlled Sln'n today. , chance their trade or live In some oth- Ohio .State Journal r part of tho country Eiplalrtlng HI Nam. Jack, who maternal grandmother i. . iiiu iifvii uiaiueu uirre unics. on nskeil for whom he nan named, Id: "Why, I wo named afler mother's tint father." ... ue-ln- g dark, tobacco section for long time, Caused Tobacco Dam- the circular states, causing a part of the losses from diseases known ni In 1920. "black Are" and rust. i The extension circular which is During 1020 three distinct leaf No. HO and which may be obtained spot disease of Hurley and black free by writing the (Experiment Statobacco contributed toward damage tion, Lexington, contains a discuswhich resulted in heavy losses thru-osion of the causes of the diseases the tol.occo growing section of and precautions which growers can Kentucky, according to a circular follow in controlling them. w ft which is written by Dr. W. D, En-gravplfttil pntholoirst of the College of Agriculture nnd which has Just come off the press. These diseases On and were wildfire, nnitulnr leaf-spA man In the city today, C. II. recognised n disease not so well linker, has a curiosity, and at the which Dr. Vnllcau call momfc spot. same time a wonderful piece of Crentest damage wn caused by the work. It I the Lord's prayer enfirst twodisease.i while the third waa graved on the head of a pin. In this Imof eompartivcly little economic prayer are 05 words and 254 letters. portance, according to the circular. To sec it, it Is placed under a microWildfire caused aerious Injury in scope and magnified 398 times. It the seed bed during the past season, was three year and six months in the appearing about May 1G and continumaking and .1,000 pins were destroying to do serious damage for about ed before the work perfected. It is two weeks. Further trouble wa not your time to see it.- - Murray reported until the middle of July worth Ledger. about one week after n severe rain and wind storm. At that time wildBook fire nnd angular leaf spot both causThe hook for the 10 days of the ed heavy losses In several field in which the tobacco was making a very Kentucky Jockey Club's Lexington rapid growth. Practically no Injury spring meeting April 2:1 to May wa caused on small tobacco at this prepared by Wm. It. Shelby, racing time. "as distributed to horseIn August, following a rainy per- men. It carries a total of $85,000' iod, both diseases spread rapidly nnd to be paid to horse owners, of which caused serious loscsJhroughout the 20,000 Is added to sUkcs; $0,000, Hurley section, the circular states. to overnight handicaps and $59,000 In the letter part of Auitust the dis- to puna racers. The stakes are Hen ease spread rapidly in the dark All Handicap, Saturday, April 23; From this time on they Ashland Oaks, Tuesday, April 20; section. continued to cause serious losses fol- Hinatl SUkcs, Thursday, April 28;" lowing every rain storm where wind Hlue Grass Stakes, Saturday, April' 30; Idle Hour Stakes, Tuesday, May was present. As far a could be learned in in- 3, and Camden Handicap, Wednes-- 1 day. May 4th. The Camden has $5,- -' vestigation conducted by Dr. wildfire first appeared as a seri- 000 the others $3,000 each. The six 1. L. nnn' ous discas in the Hurley district in Angular leaf-spo- t 1920. appeared each added, and the remaining 59 ' to be quite well known to many races are for $1,000 purses. Twen- -' growers who called it "rust." Seri- ty of the 70 races are. for 12 for three and upwards and ous losses have been caused in Isolat ed localities by this disease for at 11 for four yenr.olds and upward. least 20 years, the loss of entire There nre only seven distances at crops being reported in some ease. which races are to be run as follows:, Fourteen, at four furlongs, 0 at A small amount of evidence was one sixteenth; 3 gathered In the black tobacco dis- four nnd one-hatrict indicating that wildfire had been at one mile and furlongs; 19 at six ' .l in present there causing at least a part e..nn.. J . of the losses from the disease com mile; 11 at one mile and quarter. ut Val-len- Blood Is the Sap of Life; Keep It Pure You grow by pood blood ns a Irco gets run down and weak easy prey prows by sap. Rich blood, robust for disease. To bo safe, keep tho man. Good gap, aturdy tree. Keep circulation wholesome. tho blood healthy and wholesome; For this S.S.S., tho famous vego- poor, impoverished blood blood remedy your cannot nourish tho body keeps. Is or remove the wasto as Start enriching naturo Intended. your blood with S.S.S. toWhen your blood is day, nnd wrlto about your Impure, Itching, flaming condition to Chief Medieruptions akin often cal Advisor, 838 Swift Laboratory, Atlanta, Ga. break out. and your body -- Diablo The Lord's Prayer Pin Head. ed ot Oil of Apples. -- have newly succeeded In extracting from npplu parlnc, by mean of ether, an es'titlal HI. yellowish, and of a somewhat gummy consUteney, wtdch iHnwnne In IiIkIi deireu tho characteristic mid delicious odor of freMi npplon. Crnhiipptit purines yield more of this oil than Hhho of ordinary applet). It l likely to Iks turned to useful account for flavoring nnd concvlvubly for purjione Chemists Stake Distributed Th "Orson Mountain Boys." The "Oreen Mountnln Hot"' was a name anxumed by a lunly of soldiers from Vermont In the Itevolutlonary, war. They captured Fort Tlconderoga They, at the battle of I!imlnKlHi. were orgsnlxed orlclniilly by Ethan Allen to oppose the claim of New York to the territory of Vermont. Tho (Jrcen Moutititlii Hoy wer the first to ask that Vermont be regarded as it state. This wu no! grunted until 1701, when Vermont wn udmltted aa the fourteenth stnte. THE UNIVERSAL CAR The simplicity of the Ford car, its stability in construction, the famour heat treated Vanadium steel with its marvelous strength nnd flexibility, 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 delay 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. Vol-lea- u, ... s, lf Haselden Bros Garage. not interested In any car except Ford .1-t- .tl. Jvsl? llSBBMSJSBlllMSS'ffy HENRY CLAY BISCUITS Light, tender, fluffy biscuits, baked yellowish brcnyn, piping hot there's no better dish this side the Ohio. They are jusl the thing for a breakfast or any other meal. The whole family loves them. They remember them from meal to meal, if they are baked from good-natured To ho rossttUed Is t& be stagnant, nn progressive, dead, froten Into n solid. It Is only liquid currents of thought that move men and the world. Wen dell Phillip. Wreath Awaits Innovator. We arc holding a wreath, contrlh" uted by an anonymou lover of the silent drama, for the director who In arranging an artist's studio set stations the model so that thn nrtlst doesn't linve to look over bis shoulder at her while nt hi easel. Wc know that llils suggestion violates studio rules, hut the director really ought to take the law of physics Into consld eratloo or else uso a periscope. Kx change. Stagnation Fatal. Poison Obtalntd From Dtad. The favorite (tolson used by tin Australian bushmen In warfare Is obtained from certnln portions of a putrefying corp'e. It Is said that n man poisoned wounded with a with this nwful venom dies of lockjaw almost Immediately. wnr-sha- . ' -V w HENRY CLAY FLOUR it Did you ever slop lo consider what a pleasure it is to make biscuits from flour that you know is always reliable? You arc sure of having them in time to serve juft at the right moment, when they arc steaming hot, when the guests and the family arc ready. HENRY CLAY Flour makes this wssiblc. MENRA CLAY is the pectins biscuit dour. It saves shortening, nukes baling! certain and adds dishes which every one loves. For two generations it has a wholesome goodness Jo the every-danude Iwmc baking a pleasure in thousands of homes throughout the South. y Accident Statistic. An American phyclclan who has collected a mass of MntUtlc regarding serious nccldents on railways. In ndnes and factories, has put It on record that tho dangerous period of tho month Is from tho twentieth to the twenty-sixt- lie declares thnt nearly half the oc- bad accidents of the whole month cur during those keven days. if a :u umlt"J7 r 1 ;;tT f -i Iff Bi I i Do You Bank By Mail W wa sr., lifti i i There are many of our customers whom we Get a ck from your grocer TODA- Y- Lexington Roller Mills G). rarely ever see. ' Some of them we never have seen. t LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY These customers make frequent deposits, but They may live many, many ser- send them by mail. miles from Lancaster, but Uncle Sam's postal vice makes it convenient for them to bank with us. We promptly acknowledge receipt of all posits received by mail. de- If it is not convenient for you to call on us regularly, why not try banking-by.mail- ? You will be pleased with our service. The Garrard Bank & Trust Go LANCASTER, KY. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday Apr 21. 92 1 I No Illusions Here. Admiral Von Tirpitz, for rn We arc offertngqulte a reduction In prices on m mer head of the German lauvy tn -m HAKES CHICKS CROW says that "Europe brought cul ture to American countries fiv X FARM WAGONS' BUGGIES, CORN hundred years ago, and it This week is partly a holiday for c) should now be a very prouci HAKES HENS LAY the ichopLai the teachers are going task for America today to save to K. E. A. at Louisville and there ui PLANTERS, CORN DRILLS, DISC European culture from inevit will be very little school news thl able destruction." week. The school children can play DOES THE OUR CHICK FEED Tho admirable then naively ball and tennis to their hearts conDRAG HARROWS, In HARROWS. adds: "It is only by pursuing tent and wUl bo able to rest Up for the reviewing to such n course that she (Ameri order to commencepracticing for the examinations and cn) can hope to have with her entertainment during CommenceWORK CULTIPACKERS. CULTIVATORS. tho sympathies of tho world in ment week In the latter part of May. the inevitable competition with TO Thcpait week was test week. Get our prices on the Japanese." this Ui There will be no more tet tn THE PRICE IS CHEAP Reading between the lines school term but examinations come . to this would seem to be a sort of the latter port of May and These are j Mixed Paint, White Lead, Linseed than veiled threat that if the Ameri dreaded more by the pupils exams, X tests, the can people do not dig down just knowmonthly you for RESULTS ARE MARVELOUS passed or you whether into their money bags and hum tlunkrd out In any particular subject. Oil, Turpentine, over the yellow metal Euro If you flunk then you will have to ci pean countries will all go to the take that subject over agnin the next WILL SAVE YOU MONEY VP to dogs and then sit idly by am term. There is some one who always fails, he is styled n quitter by H watch the Japanese devour us both teacher and classmates. Are O m at their leisure. you goirig to be that one? 73 Von Tirpitz and other solici L. II. S. Lotat To MaJi.on High. tons gentleman on the other Madison High side of the Atlantic should lose High last Friday dofeated local dia "Live and Let Live Folks." on the no sleep regarding our status mond by the score of 4 to 0. lloth I In n measure to the wonderful lightin a possible war with Japan. teams played good ball but Madison what do you meant"what I said. I ing .r D 1G EE3G DC 3E Hamilton "Juit riirria carnni iuy me company. We have no illusions over High proved the better, Hattcrics shoe flies." A trip behind the scene would be a for I.ancastcr were Cox and Cochran, interesting. A perfect network of is more vital to here. Hussell to Martha "I am n dandy cable and connecting wire lead llratton pitching one inning, for The Central Record essential vthat ta If we are forced to defend Madison High, Held and Kecncs. our common good than any can stral bases and all part of the stage and to the tile. hall player, $1.50 Year. lisuad Weakly. ourselves against Jnpanese ag . other. High will even home." Attached are Innumerable IncandeThursday Lancaster Tajrabl in Advanca. Time 11:30. Foreigners coming to this gression we will have to fight Journey to .N'icholasville High. Friscent lamps of various sise-iIn adMartha's father tfrom another dition to these, a series of batterle J. E. ROBINSON. Editor. country marvel at our slackness alone. And we can do it, even day they will try the Thelkeld Se3. L .ELKIN. Local Editor and Mgr. in this respect. They can not if we arc a peace loving nation. lects at .N'icholasville. connect the telephones, other conLet's Paint toom '1 wish you would try It cealed beneath the stage carpet serve Lick N'icholasville again! Fear of Japanese reprisals how we can be give cue. Entered nt the Post Office in Lan- understand Without thee, many prevent aid from any Clyde "If I should ktss you on to The school enjoyed a very dellght- satisfied with sloshing around would Mall caster, K$, at of the unnmro-jilcountry to the south of twreven tul musical program last Thursday the forehead what would you do!" situations would losefunny scenes and Matter. in 'the mud as we do. They their r fleet; the Kuth "I would call you down I" morning during chapel period. Mr. actor being guided by sound only wonder that we are able to if thoy were in a position to S'olaml selected some very pleasing a to proper entrance and exist. Lancaster. Ky., April 21, 1921 climb out of the ruts and find render such hid, which they records for the vlctrob and we al Lexington It requires three hours of fast work are pot. our way back to our homes ways enjoy Thursday morning per on the part of the chief electrician Jealousy and a secret desire iods, feeling sure that we will be again. Tempi Adrrtl,if R.pfMmutiv Opera House ami his assistants to place the elecTHE AMERICAN iHESS ASSOCIATION There is no excuse for this to see the great American giant highly entertained. trical equipment in proper order for 'TwU B.J." the performance. Ten big boxes condition, but the fault lies crippled commercially would Education and Lusurie. Katas For Political Announcements. We spent less than a billion dol with the citizen as much as probably prevent any EuroThe American stage owes nuch to and rratesare needed to transport For Precinct and City 0 pean country from raising a lar in the last year for which we the famous producer, David Ilralas-c- . the electrical effects belonging to 10.00 with the the public ofTicial. As for County Offices have a record for education. This Particular credit Is due him for the "Twin lleds" company, which U a rule, officialdom supplies hand in our behalf. For State and District Offlces.-16.0- 0 to appear at As to the sympathy of the takes in nil schools nnd colleges. the vast Improvement in the vital house Friday the Lexington Opera .. .10 only what citizenry demands. For Calls, per line..... and .Saturday, April Ti Hut we spent for luxuries in 120, matter of etfeeUve stage lighting. .10 .. For Cards, per line As spring opeIs hundreds rest of the world, that is a the last .year for which wc have a In the early days of the American and 23, with a special matinee For all publications in the inter-eAdv. of thousands of men should be matter that will neither con- record nearly IM.OOO.OOO! drama u few "foot" and "bonier" of individuals or expresat work on the public roads cern Us greatly or deter us a About -- 3 times as much for luxu lights were thought to be sufficient. sion of individual views, per Facial expression, tho charm of dra- Gilbert Seeks 10 of this country. line But they are particle when the army of the ries m for education! invader approaches our shores, Six billion dollars more in the one matic art, was wholly or partially Obituaries, per line .... .05 not. There is much talk, German Cannon. car for luxuries than we have spent lost in consequence. Mr. lielasco more grumbling, unlimited in- if one ever does. in the whole history of tho United gave years of study, and apent large Representative Halph Gilbert, of Admiral Von Tirpitz does States for education activity, and thenforgetful-ncs- s sum In fxperiment before the pres- the Eighth Kentucky District. I preAnnouncements. In 11120 wo spent practically as ent high standard of stage lighting paring a bill which he will Introduce in the joys of the lajtcst not understand us any bitter We are authorized to announce today than he did in the days much for face powder, cotmetles and was perfected. No first das the- soon, providing for the gift of a capthe candidacy of E. V. Puryear to sensation. perfumes as we laid out on all our atrical production Is complete now- - tured German cannon to each of the Such is the reputation we just preceding our entry into ducational activities. succeed himself in the office of Comadays unlet the matter of proper following towns war. monwealth's Attorney for this dis have earned in road construc- the late The act is, we are shirkers when stage lighting has been considered. Columbia, Uwrenceburg, Liberty, trict, subject to, the action of the tion. In a matter of age we are an It comes to education, A contributing factor to the enor- - .Danville, Lancaster. NichoUsvllle. C, 1921. Democratic Primary, August We say that the schools cost us a mous success "Twin lleds" has en. Stanford. Ilirhmnn.l l(g.Fn.I.M.n. What's the matter with us, infant among the nations of . ' . . .. . ... ourih io iw j joycirror a number or. years .is due i Shrluyvtllc and Taylorsville. u. the earth, but we are at least loi oi money wncn wc anyway? ' able to toddle alone and retain aiamcd of the beggarly amount wc Why Not Better Roads? tpend. Back To Cave Men. a firm grip upon, our self re sasoiBUJsmiiu Men who served in the Al the school has missed CommoA prominent physical in- spect. dore the past week very much.Hc American army in France tell structor in one We do not buy European of the big cities, has been very sick and us of the wonderful roads they sympathy with American gold. see him back when school we hope to who apparently craves publicopen next found over there. Monday morning. ity and whose name we thereThey were eye openers Crossroads Of fore conveniently forget, The editor works from morn 'till which did more thnn merely night, his "patients" to restore j Manhood. open eyes. They caused our Ho works 'till his fingers are sore their youth by returning to the returned soldiers to think, and Young men budding into Yet some arc bound to say habits of the cave man, and he "That' stole, I've seen It before." talk, and make comparisons has a considerable following manhood should remember not flattering to our that are Sophomore News. of men whose position in the that it is just as easy to go own country. The Sophomore English Class s straight as it ist.o be crooked. Germany, world should enable them to There is everything to gain by now reading "Silas Marner" by Geo. France, Belgium, Luxemburg, all of these coun- know better. Such, at least, goipg straight and everything Eliot. It i a pattern novel and i is the information we glean proving to be very interesting to the tries had perfect hard surfaced from the metropolitan prets. to lose by being crooked. class. roads until the engines of war Parental influence has its efThe advice is interesting, -t Our class has had a very regular destroyed them in spots. No if his "patients" fol- fect, but a youth approaching attendance this month and we hope least, and mud, no ruts or holes, no dis- low it minutely they will be- the crossroads of manhood our esteemed friend and classmate, 12--16in comfort of any kind. makes his own choico as he en- James I. Watklns, who has becn,ab-sen- t come even more interesting. almost a week, will not break America is a Croesus in The cave man used neither ters the great maelstrom of this splendid record. wealth compared with any of knife nor fork. He snatched a life. He has reached the age these countries, yet our travel- hunk of Soma Things To Remember meat,, tore it with his of self determination and is ed highway are a perpetual teeth, and devoured When folks tell what Isn't true 'resentful of interference with it until he about you, don't get angry. Supdisgrai'e to our intelligence. could hold no more.. The in- his desires. pose they had known the truth about We spend billions and bilAt this age it is well for him you and told that! structor's "patients," we prelions in useless governmental, to remember that the man who sume, arc doing likewis6. Don't talk unless you have state and personal extravaghad- an en- is successful and honored toIf the cave man to say. You can wastu your ance, but arc not sufficiently emy he smashed him on the day is the one who chose the own time If you want to, but you far sighted to place our public head with a club. Possibly the straight path and denied himself haven't any right to take up somethoroughfares in even third-rat- e the fictitious indulgencies body elscs'. "patients" nre cqunlly ferocicondition. Ilelng too sure Is sometimes as bad youth, while the one who is of ous. Wo have wealth, the materand without for- as being too slow. without honor When Mr. C. M. wanted-ials, and the labor necessary to vife he simply swiped If you ore going to run this year the first tune followed tho gilded make our roads the best in the maiden who. pleased his fancy to the destruction on your own power you'll soon run out of fuel. Can you guess who carvt worjd, but apparently we arc and bore her away to his cave. of his manhood' and of his start, you and keep you going? to parsimonious or indifferent The "patients" "no doubt, are hopes. A. Sophomore. to interest ourselves in this Just pining for a similar exThere is no middle of the Grins and Groans. necessary work. perience by a return to the road course. is Lula Anderson' S. If we lay down a few isolat- primitive. heart like a moon?" ed miles of concrete or macaThe Center of Population. We pity the fool because he lien "Uecause It's always changdam we arc satisfied, and let it hasn't brains enough to know Tlie center of population Ih the ren- ing and always ha Lancaster.Ky. i man In It." gravity of the population of a ter of go at that. better, but when a supposedly country, each Individual llng- asHamilton "Say, Hry, did you We simply can't bring our- intelligent man descends to a sumed to have tho same weight. In know that I had a new job?" THE WMCmSfMX STOHI selves to the point of energetic level below that of the imbecile tle United State the center of popuka Henry "No, what Is It?" , lation has followed the parallel of SO road construction. Hamilton "Oh," I'm blacksmith it must make God' blush for degree latitude mid has moved In Rich in all other ways? we some of the creatures He went ward dlreMlon during the last down o the City Itcstaurant." Henry "1 don't understand you, 123, yean. seem to bo destitute of the one creates. .' " ' Lancaster School Notes u wMISSHOLLADAY'SCANDIESn z 2 o ' etc. u o u 2 CONN BEOS. 13 13 Currey & Gulley. I a - wsaiaNVDSiAYOVnOHSSINifl . a - 1 . Second-Clas- s y 01Tlces.-$5.0- .Satur-day- st 1 j I i i " " I nd-vis'- es I O L I VIE R Disk Harrow 4 ,- Disk with truck, double and tripple trees name-thin- g - -- $50. a delivered on your farm. sp HASELDEN BROS. - The Central Record. Lancaster Ky. Thursday, Apr 21, 92 1 1 . , Mr, John Tribblc was called to Detroit last Saturday by tho serious-illnesof his son, William, who hns ucn located there for several years. Mr. Waller Hudson, In s ' ho has been! South America for tho past year,! returned home vesterilnv. fnr ii.v Jrf several weeks with his mother,, Mrs. Lucy Hudson. We wish to announce we have Installed a new Hemstichlng Machine. We solicit your patronage. All work strictly cash. RELLA A. FRANCES. Have The Very Thing You Want Why shop away from home and give adjoining counties and towns the benefit of your money when you get what you want at home. The Woman's Club held their' meeting Thursday afternoon nt the looms on Lexington avenue. Mrs. R. E, McRoberta called the house to order and after the Business pro-- , Itram she introduced Hon. Clay KaufTmnn, who made n splendid ad-dress on "New Citizenship." About I seventeen members were present. 1 j We also wish to stctc that we extend thirty days credit only in our Millinery Department. FRANCIS-SWIT- H t'' SPECIAL SUIT FABRICS real values at $29.75, $39.75 and $49.75 that cannot be surpassed anywhere. Real bargains in DRESSES We offer our complete stock of dresses prices as follows Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Dunn and son Mr. Lee Dunn, of Atoka. Mr. and Mrs. J, M. Rollards of Danville, Mr. ami Mrs. I.oyd liourne and daughters, Misses Kiln Mae and Loin Virginia and .Mrs. W. S. Rournc were the guests Sunday of Mr. and .Mrs. John Underwood at their beautiful home on the Lexington road. J i Th Median Wall. The Median wall, In ancient hlMory, was n "all north of llnbjlnn, extending from the Tigris to Mm Euphrates, hullt ns n.drfeno nt Itnbjrlonln. $16.75, $23.75, and $29.75 ma- Stent In Each Wood. Were our etise of smell rnorij highnnd Ixttrr trained, snys ly the American Forestry Magazine, we should llnil tlmt every wood has Its I'rof. I'aul Iloyd, Mrs. Theodore own peculiar scent by which nlnno It Currey, Misses Amanda Anderson, could I'f illMlnculsheri from all the rest. Eliza Smith. Lizzie ileitis, Robinson, llurchett, Heard Sexton d Mlssd Him. lleazley and Mrs. .Mac Hughes Fmltlivmlsn InvcMlciitor rexrt Nolnnd, teachers In the Lmcaster Mmllng the skeleton of n mastodon In High School left Tuesday for Louis- Arizona, hut unfortunately the mastoville, where they will spend the re- don himself was not at homo nt lht mainder of the week attending thu tlmo of tho discovery. IloMon v Mil-dre- Discriminating Housewives want the best flour They ask for "OBELISK." "Bread is llic Staff or Life," intnrour iwvt rr oooo. Kentucky Educational Association. Each day brings the new terial in Woolerts, Silk and Cotton Fabrics In these while we have a good selection. c Unusual Foot-We- ar We make a specialty of fitting shoes and helping you correct foot trouble. Let us serve you and show you the new thing in .Mr. and Mrs. J. II. liourne and family returned Monday from Versailles, where they attended a family reunion givriby Mr. and Mrs. Ilrad ley Ilournint Springwood", their country home Among those pres ent were: .Mr. and Mrs. Warner nn.l eon, of Stanford, Mr. and Mrs. M. h. Stultr and Mrs. A. U. Elkin, of Iouisville, Mr and Mm. Fred Neigh bors, of Middlesboro; Mr. and Mrs. Ernest ITburne and Miss Nell liourne, of Lexington; Mr. nnd Mrs. J. II. liourne, Misses Virginia and Do Do liourne and Mrs. Mary E. Woolfolk of this city. Of course, there is no law agntnst fattening chickens on booze and then eating them. f Care ef Eyeglasses. To prevent tin- - annoyance cnusi-Always Reliable. by tho accumulation of uiolttire upon eyeglasses: when going from n cold Into a wnrm nlino.phere, molMen the tips of the lingers ami rub them over n enke of soap, then rub leu and pol. Lancaster, IMi n uunl. One application dally Is Sole Agent. all hat Is nccenry Hudson & Farnau Ky. .fi VI FOR f .c Oxfords and Strap Pumps SEE OUR CARPET DEPARTMENT. Mixes Mildred llcaziey acid VirMrs. Dessic Estea is spending the ginia llcatley were Danville visitors week with relatives in Danville. Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. f, II. Simpson Imv Messrs. Fisher (Jaincs and I). V. been visiting friends in Danville. (Mahan, of Danville, were in Lancas Mr. and Mr. J. C. Williams hav ter .Monday. been recent visitors in Nicholasville, X Mil Mtnllon th Comlnti mJ l Mrs. J. It. Mount and Miss Joan W Art !!irttd In. J Ooinji by Th Mrs. Anna Hubble and duughter, i V Mount Wave this week for n visit to Mottle Mae, were visitors In Dan relatives in LaGrange. ville Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. John Scott hnvo been Miss Cora Ilryant spent the week- Mr. Ilradley Spruit, who has been spending a few days In Louisville, end at home and was In Danville spending the winter in Florida, has Sunday to see her father. Mrs. J. C. Williams and Mrs. Curt returned home. Jioblnton were in Danville Saturday. .Mr. and Mrs. George Smith will Mrs. W. It. Cook, of Danville, has I move this week to the home of Miss Mrs. KM I'crkins and Mr. J. C. I been visiting Mrs. W. U. Mason, on EIIm Smith on Lexington avenue. Hose were in Danville the past week. Stanford avenue. Wee ..Mrs. Robert Walker, Mrs. 1), Miss Kathleen Walter was a vlsi MmJ. K. Klmorcinnd Mrs. J. Woods and Mrs. Cabell Denny were tor of Missc Ethel and Mayme Wal ltlanton have been recent guest in visitors. In Danville the past week. ter fur a-- few days last week. Danville. r t Mr. nnd Mrs. Saufley Hughes and Mr. Henry Simpson, of Lexington Mr. W. J. Ilryant of thCi place was sons, who have been spending the with his operated for nppcndicitl and Isdo- winter months in Florida, have re is spending the week-enparents, Sir. and Mrs. UVI). Simp ing nicely. turned to Lancaster. son. Don't be deceived" into paying 10 or IS cents more for nack of tlour than you do for GLEN LILLY on the theory it is not a grade patent. None higher, none better, not bleach-c- d or blended. Sold on Its merits Yt at tho right price. GARRARD MILLING CO. '13 w w II I It I "V. R'-L- m ift -- PLUMB- - ing SEE -- A ; HCCARTHY The I'lA'MHEIt Ileiling, Roofing Gulterinj, Etc. Shop Phone 69. Lexington St. Lancaster, Ky. 3E 3E 3G Gossip About People VVN This Drug Store -- ' Cnters to your necessity pleasure. iCml to your Q 2 It insures you Roods of quality at prices no Inrger that they should be on a falling market. store sells endless things besides drugs. Health is the first consideration. Your convenience nnd pleasure are next. A drtijr A complete line of toilet, necessities for men and women. d Mrs. Harry' Tomllnsun U visitlnir Mrs. F.verett I'rcscott Ilrown and Mrs. K. II. Smith and daughter. her parents, Mr. anil Mrs. Walsh, in baby, I'rcscott, Jr., are in Stanford Mis Anna Mae, of Louisville, arc Ludlow. the guest of her parent, Mr. and spending a few days with her par ents, .Mr and Mrs. S. H. Henry. Mrs. Alfred IHrnt, of Lexington, Mrs. Carroll Ilalley. Miss Iva Lee Smith is in Louisville Mr. and Mrs. Hen Wood gave a dinner party Sunday at their apart- attending Summer Millinery Opening About and buying for the Francis Smith Mrs. lien Letcher, of Louisville, ment on Danville avenue. firm. She Is also visiting Miss Man' is the truest of Mm. E. - Owsley, eight guests were present. Arnold. on Danville avenue. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. King and chilMr. Homer llland, the accomodat Mrs. F. II. Mnrkshury, Miss Joan dren, of Louisville, arc guests of his Mount, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Koblnson ysler, Mrs. J a men Clayton Williams ling clerk at the postotTicc, has re turned home after several weeks so- have been recent visitors In tnd Mr. Williams on Richmond 'Journ in California. He reports delightful trip. is visltlni; her father, lion. II. II. CO Tomlinson. O a cc h Alls A variety of modern stationery that every requirement. ' 'CANDIES nnd sweetmeats for the wpmcn nnd children, and smokers' articles for men. UJ THE NEW EDISON, n phonograph ' with n soul. I tomato and Cabbage f Mr. and Mrs. Willie, Wilcher and baby, of Danville, and Misses Mary nnd Uessle Dastin, of near Stanford, wcto the guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Young nnd family Tuesday. Mrs. Virgil Klnnalrd and little son, Virgil, Jr., who have been visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dave Walker, in Winnsboro, S. C, have returned to their lib mo in Lancaster. Mr. Harry Hudson, Mrs. J. E. Stormcs, Mrs, Ed Gaines, Mr. F. II. Marksbury, Misses Martha aTui Helen Gilt, Misses Jane and Mary Doty attended the I'resbyterial in Danville Miss Jiuth Carrier returned from Nashville last Sunday where she spent several delightful days with her friend, Mrs. Richard Rowling. While there she attended a Kappa Alpha dance, given In her honor. -- u DRINKS "Thnt Satisfy." CUT FLOWERS for every occasion. PAINTS AND OIL Plants s. " .1 a. at the price your grandfather paid. now ready. Early varieties SANDER'S VARIETY STORE STOEMES DRUG STOEE. FIRST THOUGHT IN DRUGS. Established 1853 Phone 39, Lancaster, Ky. nr. JG 1 n. nlJftWon 5Li Are geeeH' agoaam--- Th Central Record. Lancastei , Ky., Thursday Apr 21, 92 1 1 t WILL NOT ALLOW HOGS AT LARGE (linen the world eem an unqualified miceesi, and the fact that I wu horn Into It does not raue me any reninrne If ooine prominent cltlxon harked m up ngnlnst n fence nnd naked mo wlrnt made me feel o guy. I couldn't give I don't him any helpful Information. know, myself, what niue! the chip- per feeling. I Mippoe It mut W he- nunc my work are In good condition, doing their digestive Mtint ot the old Mnnd. , "After n few day the clad feeling pnei nwny, nnd lntttid of Mug n Sunny Samuel I become n Mournful ' Mote. I have all kind of present!- - I ment of evil. I have n firm convle tlon that the bottom I nbout to drop out of everything, nnd that I'll he mixed up with the wreckage. I tnke a pessimistic view of everything, nnd go grouching around until even the row nre nick of Keelng me, nnd they give me a lift with their hind feet a a gentle hint that I should come out , of my trance. "If n lending hulneM ninn naked me toex4nln my melancholy I couldn't do It. The world seem to be moving along nil though nothing had happened, I the ame oh! nun I chining on the dny J shift, nnd the scented zephyr nre blowing through my whisker n of I I old. "Often n man begin the day wrong. ' through some necldcnt or unpleasant experience. Then he knows why he ha a grouch, but that iWn't help him to get rid of It. ThW morning I was lying In bet! dreaming that I jvns the only orlginnl white hope-- and that I wa making n heroic effort to bring the laurels back to the fallen-slarace. Just ailmlnNterlng an uppercut Hint seemed destined to bring home the bacon, when I fell out of lied nnd practically ruined my head against the floor. "I came downstairs In n txwtly humor, and after breakfast I went over and picked n quarrel with old ito that he hod to shin up n tree to escape violence, nnd all because I wan feeling ornery. It wouldn't hnve been Mfe for any man to tell ine Hint In order to begin the day right nil n man ha to do I to begin It right. "fTinve gone out from the house to milk the cows In the morning, many n time, feeling ns blithesome nnd glad ns n dlekeyhlrd. nud quite satisfied that the dny was going to be one round of pleasure. TJien n cow would give me n poke In the rib with one of her celluloid horn, or puh her big spiny foot Into n brimming bucket of milk, and the joynu stuff wn nit off, am! I'd he so sore all day that Aunt Julia would hand me my men Is with a pitchfork. u'UlC Oilier morning I got up feeling so mean that I wa nstmnied to look In the mirror. I went downtown after breakfast. In the mood to rob n blind organ grinder of his few plugged nickels. Then I went to the post office and got n registered letter. A man who had owed me 12 for five years had nn Ingrowing conscience nt last, and sent the money to me. When I left the !oit ottlco everybody commented on my winning smile and Mild I was the little sunbeam of the town." i ! i i I i , n liams and sweet Allysum. In arranging' the flower garden It Is best to plant the seeds In rows or beds so that they may be easily cultivated. The flowers should be arEasily Grown In ranged according to their color in a pleating nnd satisfactory manner. If the flowers nre to be planted In Kentucky. t--i i front of a red brick house such flowrnn i itns.v-'-.i r.i v. BA N'o home In Kentucky LvJrWT need be ers at Scarlet Sage and others hav.. r " i without growing flowers around It or ing a bright red color should not Will i BEGINNING THE DAY cut flowers on the table during the be planted Immediately In front of coming su miner Mnce many common It. V A MAN bfgtin theilnyln n good flowers should always be located lied nre emily grown In the State, litimnr, observed tin profeaaor, according to the It. Klllott. of the Col- - along the hrnce, hedge near "everything will prper with him." Flowers not house or In n flower garden. Such though beginning the lege of Agriculture. "You tBlk ni only furnish n beautiful sight fori nn arrangement is to be preferred n good liunwr was an pailny In or round bed In the those that sec them but nlso recrea- to a fulling off n log." until the middle of the front lawn. This kind I stippo'e , tion for those that grow them. tnnti. yon hnve l o n Some of the most common flowers of bed should be placed at the side of which can be easily grown on the of the house nn I the tall flowers remllng n ii ttuxe fool Kim-- ; home grounds Include Scarlet Snge.i planted In the center ranging down oli I no book, nnd X.lnins, Popples, Phlox; to the smaller ones In the outer you think n ninn Geraniums, i A good arrangement for afjWgwSLigjfgSV pood Dahlias, Petunias nnd Xnsturtiums. circles. cnu he In n Such plants ns Castor Henn and Cain.' this is Elephant Ear In the center, humor J u t ly miylng he I going dlum or Elephant Far have beenj Scarlet S.ige next, Geraniums next to he. Ilul.ii ninn found to be the most common ones I with Sweet Alysum or Candy Tuft ! for the border. can't control hi j for foliage. ' humors iiny more I Other flowers which are not com-- 1 In planting beds along the fence thnn he enn ron- - monly grown hut which should ho such tall flowers as .Cosmos should trol dream. planted thtf year to Increase the var-- ( be planted at the back with the "Some dny I fee! like the nrlg- - icty are. Cosmos. Bachelor's Iiuttons, shorter, ones such as Kcnlas, Oacholor's Duttons and Sweet Inal Sunny Sam- - Halnani, Lark Spur, Ragged Robin, tiel, nnd I Jint naturally go nmund Salvia, Snap Dragons, Sweet Wil Alyssum In the center named. Jieddlng light Into the dnrk lice. and making irerylo!y clad. At such One pound of nitrate of soda dissolved In Ave gallon of water and uied to sprinkle, the beds Is usually all the commercial fertilizer cneded after the toil has been thoroughly prepared for planting. Unpunished Crimes. Killing time. Hanging pictures. Stealing bases. . Shooting the chutes. Choking off a speaker. Running over a new song. Smothering a laugh Setting the. heart on tire. Knlllnit a performance. Murdering the Engliih language. Economy nable. A girl with a new engagement ring seldom appears to be ashamed of her hands, Some nut arises to remark that the president it busy iight and day. Jutt to vary the monotony he should make it day and night. Is mm Be Strong THE lMMfinlly U Statute Prohibiting The Keeping Of Hogs In City Or Town Limits Will Be forced. En- ilmaf anJ vbjoroat mts or afflicted br rrlrdwith less lortunsts aches, pslrn, "I Itamltlrs and ailmeats. The sufferer ay to hlnuH, "If I could only be still, how Ksffy I woolj be," lor health j i - d star-shape- d commendable, but ex, dam I cesslve economy soon becomes The kidneys alasost llterstly wsth the blood sad keep It clean sod Ire Irora iatpurltles. When lb kldoeytsreoutol 4 rata ikU rttt. ttor lU la fthtf ts tm mm muttt, tt rnaalaa la Ika batkacka. tkavaaila paU. sua anacUa aa4 Is more raxaHsI to the joy of liviM ton U wealth. I Uultville, April 10, Hori .will not be permitted to run nbout the street of ny Incorporated town or city In Kentucky this mmmer and they may be kept In townt only where the tpaee and cleanllnrta maintained nra tulTlclent to prevent olTentlre odors or other conditions dnngeroui to health, tayt Dr. A. T. McCormack, State Health Officer. con-itant- ly j l wt.k TWr aaotka, Mfaka a4 kaal MtbMHJlMNii aa4 klUiil. WImi ika rawu, IWmh ara wwtla: pnfrtt, al rlrkl roaa atal-la - auaalbU. uJ kaalik aa4 iraasik C. V. itolt. IM N. k St, tUu.. In, "I mm .ry mm rlaaaail wt'k FUr KMmit flH. I ao. wwkiM la ml a4 ka ifca tra aBaUaia IkW tliawn vaHa. ar, arc" Marl-gold- s, The woman who hat health and wealth and youth and beauty and culture and Influence soon pines for the things she can not get. am Mil irawfelJ wlik mr krk. kn ! I km ikm mini 4a t Wt.KMmt fMia .' aj iktr k tlmJf Mitel f m. STORME5 DRUG STORE First Thought In Drugs LANCASTER, KY. !: y CAMP ZACHARY TAYLOR AT ABSOLUTE AUCTION Beginning Monday, April 25, 1921, at 10 a. m. And continuing day by day until all land, buildings and equipment have been sold. The properties to be disposed of at this sale, represent an outlay on the part of the Government of There it n law on the Kentucky book which authorises local health authorities to prosecute pjr-sowho permit their hoic to become a nuisance, he explained .and It l the Intention of the State Hoard of Health to rrcontmend tuch protecu. tlon wherever conditions nre encountered that seem to demand It. Hog running at large, he pointed out In explanation of this decision, constitute a real menace to the health of n community. There is .n danger of their polluting water supplier and unclean pent are a favorite breeding place for tlies nnd a very common tource of the disease which flies disseminate. statute nt -- ever-prese- -- American Legion News Kndorsement of the American Legion' program for relief to disabled, which was adopted by the Investigating committee, named by President Hardin;, was voted at the regular session of the Maine legislature. A memorial resolution was paed requesting Congress to adogl the Legion's legislative recommendations. After it was announced that there were 3,000 former setviec men In Lot Angeles, Cat, out of work and that an average of 600 men apply for employment to the American Legion headquarters there dally, the Merchants' and Manufacturers' Association of that city decided that it was time to act A campaign of relief ha been started and the fundi will be administered by the chairman Interpoit of the American Legion Council. (corge Sylvetter Vlereck's boatt that he can control (1,000.000 American vote In the Interest of Gurnfany has been denied by letters from twelve leading cltltrns of Teutonic extraction In Louisville, Ky., to the JetTerson post of the American Legion in that city. The letters, together with a resolution condemning Wreck as an advocate of principles, have been made public by the post. Louisville Legionnaire will hold an meeting on Decoration Day, May 30. When the fire department dashed down the main street nnd red flares burned brightly In the stillness of the night the solid citixens of Appleton, Wis,, rushed out of their hornet in nlarm. What they discovered was that the local post of the American Legion was starting IU membership campaign. Unncli began to play and Illuminated floats appeared. Hoy scouts marched In a parade with the Legion members. The effect of the night atack wat o strong that 000 members were obtained the next day, A French "Medal Commemorative of the World War" awaits Americana and French citizens who went to France to serve with the horixon blues during the period of hostilities, according-t- o a letter to National headquarters of the American Legion from'Ilrlgadicr General L. Coltardet, French military attache nt Washing. ton. He requests that persons eligi ble for the decoration apply to the r rench Embassy at the national capl- tol. Ten Millions of Dollars All of which will be sold, in units, to suit purchasers at ' Ivm . The Greatest Auction Sale in History Dno-littl- e, 8BBgaSPgsjBBB3 gsgsgsBygsSSkgSBVlKka SggggSBjB BBgjgsSflPlly StKJS9Sl'jlPWflBxK Sectional view of one ef the areas at Camp Zachary Taylor showing character of buildings to ba told. This Army Camp comprises 2,000 acres of valuable land, adjoining the city of Louisville, together with 2,000 buildings of various sizes, and a vast amount of equipment, such as boilers, plumbers' supplies, stoves, hot water heaters, radiators, electrical equipment, motors, heating and refrigerating plants, etc. high cost of tnatcrial, especially lumber, ami the scarcity of labor have compelled a stoppage in the erection of homes, storehouses, bants, etc That time has now passed. Workmen have been released by the hundreds of thousands and Camp Zachary Taylor will release lumber and equipment. 68,000,000 feet of yellow pine will be disposed of at this sale and at such prices as bidders sec fit to For years building has been at a practical standstill. The THE BUILDING PROBLEM Twins Strangely Linked. Albert Orlerson and Walter Grler-sou- , St. Louis twins, were member of the aaine company, and each wore a small diamond ring and u watch nnd chain In France. Albert lost the stom of his ring nnd n few days later Wal- pay. Come to this greatest of bargain sales and buy what you want at your own figures. Join with your neighbors in mil'iim nn mr lnf tn arivr frrii.lit rne A vast number of cedar, white oak, chestnut and fence posts, water troughs and grain bins will interest every farmer. There are miles of woven wire fencing. Two grain elevators, completely equipped with motors, conveyors and chutes. crco-sothog-tig- cd Rations Recommended For Sows And Litters Four rations which have given good results in experiments ore re commended by animal husbandry specialist at the College of Agri culture for the tow having a litter of pigs. The first it comnosed of one part of com and three parts of skim Illilk. the second of nine narta nt i corn and one parfof tankage and tho third of equal part of sjilpttutf and com. Corn, thlpttutr and ground oats In equal parts make up the fourth ration. A full feed for tha sow havlnjr n litter of pig U about four per cent of her live weight in feed each day. A good ration for young pigs It compoted of 40 poundt of corn, CO pounds of thlpttutr and ten poundt of tankage, A second one is composed of 30 pounds of corn, 3j0 pounds of thlpttutr, 30 'pounds of ground oats and 10 pound of tank ht ter lost the atone of Ids. Then Albert lost his watch nnd chain and soon afThen terward Walter's disappeared. Albert was wounded nnd Walter followed suit. Aud now they Intend to marry twin sisters, Geraldlne and lllendlne Smalley ot Sheldon, 111. Indianapolis New. This is an absolute sale. You win or you losen April 25th. We sell no one privately, but do an exclusive no private sale. This has been our motto for auction business. No set price, no rcservat!on,no the twelve years we have been in business, during which time we have operated from the Great Lakes to the Gulf, and have never failed or refused to sell a single piece of land, or property of any kind, after it was placed under the hammer. You ma,e tne Pce. The Government makes the dec"3. That', all. OUR GUARANTEE All Depends. "Can you support my daughter In the style she's been accustomed tol" asked the father of the young man who sought hi daughter In marriage "Well." replied the young man thoughtfully, "U she strong for a 300 baby grand piano or a f3 talking machine V A 6 oe si With. Candidate Election day Is also ray birthday. Krltnd Goo.1 1 I hope yo wtU Mrs Busy happy rvtvnu. For catalog giving full detail as to material, land, etc, jsot given in this announcement, address Louisville Real Estate ' & s Development Company D. C CLARKE, President- - Stark Building, Louisville, Kentucky Sales Agent, War Department U. S. A. The Central Record. Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Apr 21, 1921 MEET m m n 2 iss' g c In Lancaster Monday, April 25th, Court Day, 1921 for a new ARNOLD CLOSED TOP, HAND MADE BUGGY. In our new buggy we are going to show a number of new features that we did not show in our last years buggy. It will be worth your while to look it over. REMEMBER we moke a specialty of Automobile tops and painting. We are the largest builders of fine hand made Automobile tops in Central Kentucky. We take this opportunity to thank you for past favors and hope to have the pleasure of figuring with you again. R. M. ARNOI.D, Danville, Ky. junsoN .Mr, til. Mrs. Sale Hurt .Mr. L L. .Matthews. .Mrs. ' llarrj I). H ce othy Ileaxlty spent Wednn !i.y v ! i lather Smith minimi k quite skiwly Improvw tr. .Mr. Hnrjr flrimroi is sle4y im- - Mfct Vlrvlnci Ithy wa the guost .Mr. Odls Snf f hrr !ar. Ctny wre Mr. an4 Mr. vwttori in Paint IW Saturday ami Friday sstr. Jle Sunday. .Mr. Huferd Smith spent the' day Friday with hrr jtrMU, Mr. ami Mr. John Hay. Ml Kaiherwe Pearl Iimb mt U visittmr her grandmother, y, Mr. .Mr. W M. Adams. and .Mrs. James Thomas spent a few days recently with her parents, Mr. and .Mrs. .Sim Clark. Mrs. Wm. Simpson spent Saturday n.ght ami Sunday with her sister, Withe Kay of Hamil-- 1 Miss Tessie I'rirliett, of Stanford tn. Ohio, motored home for a few is the attractive truest of Misses days stay with his mother. .Mrs. N'an-Hi- e Maud and Heulah Ynter. Hay ami family. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Walker spent .Mr. Luther Smith has a fast pac- Sunday with Mr. ami Mrs. Steve ing hsrte that he purchased from .Mr. Walker of the Lexington road. N'erMMH Adam. It is a CbwMer Mb Dorothy Heaaley has returnMrrd far whkh he paid I ITS. ed horn after n visit with Mr. nnl tr ir. iiiriff iiironn 011 .icirenr. Miss l.idw Itroaddus and Marga-re- t GUY. White, were Wednesday visitors f Mr. and Mrs. Miley llenzley. Mr. Harry I). Hire pnt the week Mr. and Mrs. (Jreen l'oynter and end in l.nxington. family af Lincoln were recent visl-toMr. Walter Turner af ImliamipM af Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Scott. was vWHiitg relative here the past MIm Huth White wait the visitor weele. Mrs. SflRM of Knex, k visiting her the pant week of her gradnmother, daughter, Mrs. A. N. Me rid a and Mr. John Hreaddus of llyattsville. Ms. Merida. Mrs. ( It. Henry and children until Mr. ami Mrs. Joe Turner and chil- were iruesta from Thursday dren were .Sunday visitor of Mr. and Monday with Mr and Mrs. It. II. Ward, of Madison. Mrs. J. I' Foley. Mrs, Miley llenzley and little Mr. 7. T Hire Sr.. of Itichmond was a visitor Friday of his son, Mr daughter, Josephine (lordcn and Dor .Mr. -1 and Mm. J. L. Ynnti. Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Su'.t. n nn enjoyable day Sunday at the home of MI.m Fannie Sutton of the nc Warehouse Area At Camp Zachary Taylor rs I 1 Some FACTS Afrut THE UNIVERSAL CAB .Here tire nuthontlc flKiiroa from the Fortl ftictory at Detroit. They show you ust how many Ford cars and trucks have been built oacli month since Jtwitmry 1, 1021 and how many have boon sold to retail customer, in the United Status. Produued JAKUAKV FBHHUAKY 3IARCH , Delivered to Itefnil Customers 57,208 (53,003 29,883 3B,aori G 1,880 127.071 87,221 Total Production Total Retail Sales 208,032 iiroduc-lio- n showing that nctual sales for the first tiuee months of 1021 uxeooded by 80,058 Ford enrs hhiI trucks! Splendidly constructed. Unit upon a loose .ear market, hccaue no inch foundations, roiureto liav.ns the market exists In Iiulsville, und the to be gained It v Southern Itadnny tracks mi one Hide innumerable the fMruier throiiL'h tho cstatillshuieiii nnd n rock uplinlt road on the other, of Midi a market hero hate been hull- t thlrty iuie warehouses Mould cated. , make aiMili'ul nucleus for a rixiporj-Hope bus been uprcMed that tlio reting. sjxtcm for tlie mtir-- cent meeting of the State Farm in Louisville may result In the Miss Lou Annu Osbern had for letiii-.- of tobacco, grain and other farm product. development of a plun whereby these her Sunday visitors Miss Sallle DurUnlit upon heavy foundations, which warehouses could Ik utilized for tne ham of Jessamine, Kthet liuo licon subjected Misses to the cur r Ins services of the farmers, tiirougu Mes-srBarnes, Lucy and Nolle Turner, or enormous loads, the wuiehuuse! nopilrenient by an organization of tlieir men Wm. Mcrida and 0car llruner would certo admirably for the Morale Interested In" farming, and It Is hoped Xkholasville, of of tohano, hides, wool and other that such an organization will he form. which the fanner sells today ' ,Ht tirlfll til Dm DM, l-- ,. ,1... i... nf ,IHJ VlllltUU ... ... ...v at a low price, bemuse of tho swollen ment, which begins on April 'Si, WOLF TRAIL. f market. Here the fanner could store The warenoues are COxlCS feet, havhis products with the knowledge Ihat ing the Southern Hallway tmckn on Master J. W. Land is an the sick lie !md arccSM to a ready market at the one side and a rock asphalt road ni list. proier sensou in the nil road facilities the other, while, with the city coneiil Mrs. Klijah McMillian wns a visitor nnd roads lending Into Lousvlllc. A cures and splendid roads lending to wonderful opportunity Is presented every jurt of .Northern and Central Friday cn Poor llidge. cleaning scents to be taking here for the establishment of u loose Kentucky, the buildings would furnisl House leaf tohatvo market In Umlsvllle with a mot suitable base for the plunnel the day in this vicinity onw. thoao warehouse.t purchacd at a low ctfOpemtivo system. They are now Sirs. Homer Hay left Sunday for pritv to form the base of a warehoue avallabto and can be purchased fron plan the Government at prices that will be .i visit in Jessamine and in the Mt. ijstmi, eiil.er on a or on u ktraight propo-sltlomuch less than tho cost of erection Hebron section. would be today, and it is almost a Miss Jessie II. Hay spent Thursday Stri'ss has tuen laid on the fact that that the entire area will be purn:ght with Mesdamcs Andrew Stotts a great deal of tobacco now being chased by wine Individual or organizagrown In the outer edge of JelTerson tion that will convert them Into and Homer Cor num. useful Mrs. Mollic Moberley and charm- County and the adjoining counties, in- channels of trade, rather than allow cluding iIiom in Southern Indiana, them lu be wrecked and sold as saling little daughter, visited Mr. nnd must be hauled long dUtances to reach vaged lumber. AJr. AlLfn Tenter recently. Mr. nnd Mrs. Haymond Davis nnd daughter, Mrs. Homer Corman were mails the blow strikes home to Mails. Saturday. j in Lexington nnd Wilmorc every citizen, no matter how Mrs. Harrison Hay und Misfcj Robbery of the United isolated his residence may be. Gladys Hny were the pleasant guests States mails is to become a lit The only good robber is. a of Mr. Lewis McCullcy Thursday. tle more hazardous than it has dead one. JVe hope the mail Mesdamcs Marsc Long, Emett1 been in the past. J Long, Joe Kelley nnd Thomps Davis men shoot often and straight. The postmaster general has spent one day recently with Mrs.1 The reward should be paid M nnie McCulley. instructed that men who for a dead head ns freely as Mr. and Mrs. Wilbert Dalley spent handle valuable mail shall go for a live carcass. ' the week-en- d in Jessamine with Mr. armed and ready to perforate nnd Mrs. Asbie Hendron and Mr. and It automobile thieves flourish much tiny bandit who appears. He Mrs. Uudil ltenbre. longer also offers a reward of $5,000 stealing they will soon havo to begin Mrs. Abe Hurton was In Mdainon the same cars over again. recently nnd attended the surprise to any mall man who brings dinern that was given to her mother, in a robber. Just Imagine that you are happy Mrs. tayton on the 10th. Citizens of small towns and and In time you will forget that you rural communities have not are not. ; thi-M' s Ken-links. s moiiey-tuiikiiig cer-tain- t) Crab Orchard road. Mr?. Carrie Davidson returned from itichmond Friday, accompanied by Master Z. T. Rice, Jr., who was her guest the past week-enT Last Tuesday while harnefsing a wild mule, Mr. Tom Ward had the misfortune to have the mule step o.; his foot, from which he has suffered intensely, but at this time is better. On Saturday night Miss Lou Anna Oshorn entertained most charmingly with a candy party. Quite n num-- i bcr of her friends accepted her hot- pitallty and spent a delightful eve- - I jjjjjj ' Protect The , J April requisitions already specify 107,710 additional oars and truoks and the estimated April output of the factory and assembly plants combined calls, lor only 00,000! These facts clearly show that the demand for Ford products is growing much faster than manufacturing facilities to produce and were it irot for the dealers limited stocks, which are now being rapidly depicted, many more customers would have been compelled to wait for their cars. It will bo only a matter of weeks, therefore, until a big surplus of orders will prevent anything like prompt deliveries. If you would bo sure of having your Ford car or truck when you want it, you should place your order now. Don't delay. Phone us or drop us a card. beon so vitally interested in When a girl accepts a fellow it is the reign of crime as are peo- an indication thaf she approves of ple in the large centers of tho grade of candy he takes around. Washington, The drift from prohibition took form Friday population, where tho bulk of No, sister, the gink who nut the nourishes. Hut Jarx Into music didn't put it in after m the Home when Representative the banditry John Philip Hill, of Maryland, a new when it comes to looting the nil. He Just crowded the musle nut. na-t.tn- Wants To Kill Volstead Law. member who served at an olllcer in bill to re- peal the olstead act and leave the ei.forccmcnt of natienal prohibition to the states. tie world war, introduced a W. 0: RIGNEY W. D. DICKL'BSON The Editor's Easy Job. An editor hnt a reasonable chance of succeeding if he can run his type writer with one hand using the other to correct proof, write ad copy, make out subscription receipts, keep the books, order paper stock, wel-covisitors from Wild Cat town, ship, take personals over the telephone, open the, mail, pay the freight, ward off brick bats nm'flag destiny. 'Exchange. W. O. RIGNEY & CO. Funeral Directors and Embalmers Office Rhone 18. Haselden Bros., Garage LANCASTER, KY. Residence Phone 3S. Lancaster, Kentucky. grgJgQJjnSjajMSjgego ii' BaJaOgr- - Tho Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday, Apr 21, 1 92 I ! DON'T hutch putlet from my FAMINE FUND WORK Uncle Walte f-.&t 33 ARTICLES IT Thomas UlirUIV VV. U1DV. I 1 'I 5x SINGLE COMB BROWN Made Up Appraised Estate Of President Lincoln's MASTIC other brand. PAINT T LEGHORN 1 EGGS : y !? if you i.i-- .- 1 uilhf-njeggs r.rxi winter (irori?e ib It 16 for $1. the lt Lamont, Chairman, Tells of Relief Administered and Task to Be Completed. CAY OLD MEN wn trying to be iiionritie." rplnlod tin hnrw ilortor. "Hi unw fmnio Imivsi nml iimliTtook inriiliitf liiiiiiNprlnc to hlii.iv tli-'- i how 'lu trick iijihI to In i iloni In tin ilaya, nml Hm ibMtor n n y n li e w r n c h i il lit buck n he'll le I'i lnil for cooral ' ilnyn," of t. U fuirt usually Itippen to the h'nivheard who Imli-yiM- Are you rolnH to paint this Spring? Wc have sold MASTIC PAINT for more than 25 years, .never finding reason to change to anAsk the man who has used it and buy from the men who are here to stand behind it. 100 for $5Ca$h j EKLE C. FAKRA Ibx 173. .. Lancaster. Ke For Up-To-Oa- te Plumbing, Heating, Guttering, Roofing, lb. Repairing, and all kinds of Tin American fVmmlttn for Chins. Famine Fuml according l a state ment Issued liy TIihiihii W. ijimoiii. rvnelted tlie second clmlrinuti. ha tint? nf lt mmlon if mercy of wiwl Ins fund from Aitwrbn to feed the million of Miming famine victim In At tin tin fnr ontern republic it tlmnte, tin Maicmcnt sn., Jiim a much iinre I mled tn nirry lhJ )'' thnmsli to tin June miM lnt a Im nlreiidy been sent Air Lament lnls out tlint i'i; rk liy At... rlcn to appenl made return b l'ri'ilint It dine nnd hu predc President Wilson, lm resulted In tich prompt dItrlhutlon nf relief Hint tin tliniitinil magnitude of tin1 famine ha been cheeked to n mnrkr ex'ent. A contlmmllon nf He effort so f.ir iimili. It l declared, will p'neo tlio famine ri'llcf for (idim nm 'ig mertrn'a mint effective iilillnnthro' 4iC.M .lAflW.W O funny, lhl Recently the "apprnlscmcnt" of the estute of Ahrnhnm Lincoln, the Lincoln, grandfather nf President was unearthed In llardstown. Snid "npfif1,,nl,,n'" articles. includeil thirty-thre- e I IIHew are given n few of the article. Tlie order of the old-tim- e linn! vnr. 'j "llters to tries xtrntt detnoM it t i Mr. and Mr. T1smHn Davis M w ,.4lh Mr lmhM ThMrnnViy. Tin statement. In jmrt. follow: Mr. and Mrs. llohnrt Teuter and , ber 17e4, l'Htrwk Henry, Governor, , , . .. to the Hfiftml of the Mensr. Ottss Dalle- - and Bori 'Julrk J' ,U '' American rommlttee for China I "am of Virslnw. apprevl the act to man arrived hme Friday nfter P, B, Mr nml M"' Uu,shy !ne Fund give ii at tin" half way t.bl,.h the cu.ty f Kelson the spending a ynr in the army hmmI af Hlnl In ir work tin' cHeerln Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Dalley and which time they wore statinned at fourth in ta turrlUry." TherefercJ Ky. mi. e that tin inlTtitMHii fnmi jren Lsnnter, at the eath nf Abraham Uncoln he! sons, and Mr. TayMr Hurt were the Fort Ittta. Tnam itoii Amorlm iilrfnilr lin irvtil Quick Servi.'f iind Good Work was domiciled in the county of N'el-- guets of Mr. nml Mrs. Arthur Datl- cnut huiimiiltHrinii HirHi. Inanuirli ' StirMkiy. son. wsm broia;ht mtoj VnliitHUN If yext jdne fnr a tMHpjr hmc give h rrl'i-- f nlroHilv Hilmlnl'tiriil Imo Mil tin fnmlni In iNinnili nml itmib II iki existence in ITfl. (llehsg tlie first: Mr. Hettse Kmt nnd Mr. Curias your wife an oowiisjisal epfertunlty Aini-rliilij to mt n imtltltmlr of the nine emintSM orrnisi when I liwt. of Niehoittitto. were here te enmpmln. (if lllltllHIl I't'llltf M. S. Kentucky v admittd a TarMlay ntifct the guoeU of Mr. and "WhiTina iHrly I'otlinfliM innili It Riding the wnves It loemilng papAlnratMMn Mrs. John Und. After 17t2 the risrinal fnvm Hint mtinni ihum iriii, wr ular in this country, nseioeiwlly if It Lineoln horn load stoop in Waohlnn-, HATFIELD iUil Mr TaM KkW l"-that lltinl of ihr iiri nitvlil mt crime. ton county. It is aba weir known IViKkMNn who. It wn orlslnnlly foar the ordinary Urn Ywmsh:. nf .Vwwsm. Ky. a a wmrr I never un wtwtb thnt in tnl orfctinnl Abrnhnm Un-c4- n DENTIST iliMMHiil to iltHilli from liiincr. fonn of coaibHt. hMt were her met wsk with. Mr. nnd ii. wtri Just to Ht ahwid ef ur bnsther Offica over Th Garrard Bank. homeeiiwd in S'neMaRten esMtn-t- Mr. John Lund. tvllef nt iinnt In lsht from nil Imrka at l.sir. .VmxmJjt kniw thulI Intler than I d. Wis), tbm dfcl edlsnes, we suggust that you do your oiit,.i. Ainrlnn, ("hlni nml for inform Phones Office 5. thnt Tlsoma. Unta Retidenca 37G. h Mr. and Mrs, RuhssJI HaJmon on-- I Christnsns aheppiwg eeriy. KreOiswer thai I wixthl Ih glad eign, fnitlli li'iit to provtili tirnnty m LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. mr u fiw roamHi with liim? It lived at Ulc date he wns tamnied te Iwrtained a number ef Hon until tin Jum lmrvixt for nil i'i to frl4s in It's no trouble at all to vlndlrate ttrcly WM vnnlty ami moIMiw eW Nh acy Hanks. l I hemr ef their .KnnM""! jmiI. T1"M mh, Mr. Karl Hnknan. p.r m.ortr nn iwittiti, nnnnlmc t had an hiea thnt, while he asteri' yourself when yon rnn roHvmce other ww- The pstal savings bank ef the ' have 'vlonly of tlie fMHry MutT our people that you are vindicated. rMrti from tin Ilnrvsj Teater and Mt old-tiMr. counto' arc becoming quite a healthy A'hlo.ry t ommlttiv In IVklne nml tire hand. I latsxht laml one of my I fell sttrone harntakerii: 1st now Exclusive. ilfjii'mlvnt fur ,xinti,nc uon new thi town wonbtwbtefc ca rinaiur with institution, the small.1 deposits 000, Her. nee and llessie Teater spent and Woman is presumed to be the mwr Ih lioip oimltic from ouioMi luiurr, ami iirgreifatinr the -- u ef $ I'M, 'v Mla.t week with Mr.r. John weaker sex, but it's a difficult matter tin l of an old mn 0011 Chandler Optometrist t lit-- i iiifHiiM AnoTlm ii.. f,.,,r f a run on T Ter. t0 cor,v.nte some huslmnd of the So took off my long Jlmw hirer t'ncW-- ' From All the People Mr- - I'rmtu bank Walker an.l lauirh fart coat, nml m ve I and utixal up for DANVILLE, -- 3 KENTUCKY. It li 4ln fnmeit Iioh of the Com battle. If teiln you III mltti1 that the- number of rontrlhu friend', tlmt aiotob r Opposite Gilchcr Hotel. rrei!n-ibent know Offica Hour, 8 to 12 and 1 to S p.m. tlont minli n well n tlm nccrecnti how to wield bin hand, you may re wilt In such ai to innki our Imiiianlta tnry n h rimrliack I never rlnn gift. In a rvnl .'tiM. n gift of the mrd the aw flt nuiMiTHttn n on that n n whnli. American Inn. I couldn't miythltii: els for One wny to innki Inillvlilunl effort landed nml cenero-lt- y inntrlliule townnl nv n while, nml theyjdnci'ii. on I me in don't nnd Ins China' ularvlnt M)iulatlon la for many unxiecied o em remember- n time when I wn hUNERAL DIRECTOR very one nnonMvL to Cnlnn barra.!. m need. In effect, to 'pick a Omce Over National Hank. rretlnger e?iilaliveil nfterward In t'hlnn for n day.' The thought ! Ueildence 1'hone 3. Office i'hone ZI behlml thli niwi'lnl npponl In cinnec- - Hint be merely tniii me gently tlon with the latter part of our effort raue I wn a eneniWe man. nid LANCASTER. KY. will Ik for Ainerlmn mrn, women nml enoui.ii to Ih his grandfather. In thnt Involved BOTTOM FARM. rhllilren to rlioiwe, flgurathely. n Chi line I never until to nijie famine victim ni n friemt for n In en argument with him whei. he I In iirm't. I hud n Hlurk iye for n ilny ami to .eni what they Fpenil one nml my noe lay on the!nele or nil American wek after tltl livery friend to the China I'miilne l'nnil el hn never intlfiil im alnce VETERINARIAN. AUCTION ETC., committee, hnnkf time I mine downtown. I bail to ex tlier thmucli Call. Answered Promptly Day oi or hurche or llrect to Vernon lun. tilnln ton thnmoiml ople that I black w ork cneil my eye while Kpllttlug kindling Night. I'hon. 317. treanirer, Illhli Ilnue, on It. i or thnt I drnpMd n City on the premises, at Ten A. M., Kain or Shine ASTER. KENTUCKY. nothing more humiliating No American l mi poor thnt he There l Hum n blnrk eye. nnd I made up my cannot save a life nt the lowent rait ever quoted, one dollnr n month. I.lfe mind Hint I'd try to renllr.e my nil Literal Youngster. luntntlon lluctunte. iximetltne In one vmiceil nge therenfler, nnd belmve my Jnck wna brins tuuslit uy hl In nnnther. but the self like n grove and rvverend man, nnthm, Hoini'tline ylie some tlilncs mother "Hut no sooner had my eye recov thouKht hi ousht to know. Anmni; lower tin qiKitntlnn tin creatcr the othiT Mibjecta (!im nml llli omnlprift-- oiportunlty of himinnlty, the tiiiortu-nlt- ered than I wna In trouble again, I nf liiimnu lielnc to nre human anw noun young men wreatllng nnd cnc in kpoken of. It ec'im-- hnnl mll- eniieil to point out that they didn't to the boy to think CihI cotlhl ho life Chlnii I far nwny Located on Dix itivcr and tetter known a the "Dtiilderar's Mill" property, evryw!ir nt omv nml MH,lally illn- - Init huneer I hunter, whether nround know the nidlincntH of the game 1 four miles from Stanford on Goshen Pine, live miles from Lancaster and one beyond the I'nclfic. my jounger da) the conier or iiMiired them that In turblns to llml out Hint Id was ilwdl-Inl "Ue to Amerlrn ti innkn ef I wan a holy terror, nml I didn't tfiluk mile from station, good shipping point. All of it first anil second bottoms and llii.li!.' him. Tin- - llllle fellow, took hl nn.lln r nt her voril. nml fective tin work nlrcndy done In that my Imml hud loHt It cunning. lertile land. .10 acres in meadow and balance in cultivation. Well watered by nion nfter nt tin .iiiiht tiibli, iih hu I'hecklnc the Clilnnt famine dlnler by It wiHild ntTonl me genuine hnpplnctts. liRn-cunever failing springs and I)i river. Plenty of fruit apples, pears, plums, thiee nlrrndy wild, to xhow them bow wreatllng wp nhout to urtHkc of miiiii hot fnvlne until faviNl from ilenth," wn done In the palmy dnya of Mul- grapes, etc. Close to school .ind church and in one of the finest neighborhoods niuii. mIi) "Uwik out.' (iml. theru'a lim ntut WhlMtler. some hot miiii ihiiiIii " in the county. S I n'tnoviil my out and veat und "CHINA WEEK" IS wifit Into Mlon with n Improvements: Nice two story 8 room brick residence, extra large double I . . Tin Work SEE OR PHONE The Waiting Millions There remain, however, tin state ment allow, a "lHt ...OiiO.oi.r to Ik Pitted, iir.d tin people ran bo savei i.i.lv by cohiiiiiiou. and volMmliM'iix re American inbcrli- lief resulting fr-i- I'lf. roon "r fr thnt he nny older l! un be waa forty niro." com .i eiited the vitlaee patriarch. "I'm a I w ii y a b t I n k lempteil to do Mime idiotic thing, ami hnvu to auppn.i urli Impul'ex with n imilli! tNt. If. nil the outcome of vanity. A man bat in to udtnlt tlmt he'n u buck number. Hi wnnta to the plulii H.ple tlmt. Ida gray whlottera nnd utrliw-haltelegu, he'a a four-hor-e tram with a dog under tho wnsiou, when It come to nthletlc hklll. "I wan In the lltery barn the other evening, whew tirig Hreteliiger exvMlnliiK tlmt bo bail been Inking IhivIihc Ihtsih from mie of the old ifMstern. He bad litimed all the trkk of the srame. ami wan Jum Ngnille. - HHe lime wih preiit who would viand up and exrlmmre Mletitllk wiila with him. "Ih my jiaiHfer da)-- . If I ilo my It rayaelf. I hh a performer Mi jcr 'it court rends: "l'urimant to an order of court (Nelson county) appointing the subscribers (each man then pcrsenally igaed hM name t tlse apprntsement limik) nppntfeur of the estate of Abraham IJnenln. dereasl, being DrH sworn, precceils as follows: Vnlue "Article Vhe.d ; 0 sMHIijgs "Flax "12 IVwTKr iinlM, 1 Ih.. 7 shlHIng 3 sMIItisgs "2 pewier 4si4ims shsMIng Tout add "CaMW)tlek . . . . aliWwgfc J MoRoberts Drug Store GUNNS CHAPEL ' J nf trrs, of Uir.ruster. wire guests "(Signed) Schubert, "CfcrfetapiHir llnrfaw. "Jkn Aheenoy, W al I "IXr iiun ntMwIth-aiiilliiK- WosMngton r hi me aoove we Vr M "OcUcounty iJM net exlsL Aimrnr." Cordelia Davis spent the jwsst wtek at Iluckeye. A little son f Mr. nnd Mrs. lllratn Ijtnd kt ill with iHieuawihi. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Sparks nnd Mr,. wiHie Master, were in Losing- Un Monday. Mimditmoa IJvv and Jiae Hurt vis ited Mr. Martii Hurt, who ts wri misly III antMrday and Humtny. Mr. and Mr. Fred flimiMuti, of V. II. Ray had the miifer-tun- e of sticking a mill In her hand last week frew which, the hn bein sutferlnr coHslileraldy. Mr. and Mrs. II. M. Kurtat and Master Oerg and Johnnie Kurtc vMtid Mr and Mr. J. M. Amon and Mn4cr Robert Lee Amen Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Turn KWd. Mr. and Mr. John Ijiml nnd n. Mhwes Lura '' Mr an I Mrs. W II. Ray from '' Sunday Mr nmmM , ,, tnt -- wek.etHliV ""n w"p U J vh 1 M"'f' te-m- ii 11 tr 1 mi, lfi. j. J. Byrne o-ti- latt lt Ann-rtm- ' iie. - J. J. Beazlev M-- e o - i J. T. ROBERTS AT ABSOLUTE SPLENDID 81 ACRE RIVER LIVE Dr. Printus Walker liK-t- STOCK. n, Knd-nii- ' WEDNESDAY, MAY 4th g how-eve- r, np-n- : e SHERIFFS SALE. tmky young limn who SUPREME EFFORT grny hair, I nm OF FUND WORKERS for followi:!. but I what A ii practical anil popular demon Uy virtue of judgment directed to stration of the aytnpnthy nf the nation for a Muter republic, n "I hum 1 amine me, which iwued from the Clerk' Wit-k,to In observed throughout the OiTicc of the Gurrard Circuit Court, Culled Slntix, Inn been set for the m favor of Kinnnird Ilroi. ncainst rlKlit iluyx from Kunduy, May 1, to Sunday, May S, IncluHlie. Hen Yount'i I or one of my Depuii In tlih week It Is Imped that the will, on .MONDAY, tho 25th. day of Al'IUL, 1021, between the Itourt of churche and ivlc, cominercial nnd profenilonnl biMllex will take nn active 1 o'clock I'. M. and 2 o'clock 1'. M., part. The aucroM of tlila wfk will the Court iiou.e deer in Iinca-tvr- , detennliie Inrsely the amount of rent Economy. County of Cnrrard, Ky., expoc lief wlibh can lie ent throuch l 'Here la a line tonic which will Mnrvlns quickly bring back your hunband'a to I'UIILIC SALE to the highest Mtrrttb-to ri,(M).in bidder, the followini: propurtV (or people atlll depvuileiit on outside aid. so much thereof us may be necessary "Dear me, doctor, rve been getting along m tine with my market money to satisfy the amount of the Plainsince he lont tils aiietlu,M ItoHtoti tiff's debt, interest, and cesta), to " vr-coim11 bad no n4-- t not nun nbout think he must have thrown me over bis head. Any how. I made n great dent lu the enrtb with tny croii, ami I was ho sore for two weeka that I had to take niyn'lf around In n wheelbarrow, (If rourxc I nm determined to mnko no more had hrenka of the kind, hut 1 haven't much coiilldfiico in myelf, und tmnurrow yon tuny me liimhlng u tree half mile high, to show some boy. how to rob birds1 liexta." wit: One Dodue Ilres. Touring Cur. 11117 Model. Amount of debt, inter, est and cost to day of Sale amounting to J3U3.U1) levied upon as the property of Hen Young. TERMS: Sale will be made on u credit of three months, bund with SEND What You SPEND Tniuscrlpt. ONE DAY To China 5,000,CCO Chinese Famine Victims Still Need American Help Before $1 wilt save one life one month. The Compromise. "Ifcie your wife object to your playing golfr "No, we've tnmli u comprotnlNe.H "Yep. Site's iierfectly willing to have tne pluy the gaiui. hut she Insists on my not talking about It after I get home." June. PICK A 'That sot" Jeck porch, splendid cellar, beautiful la wn, nice approach, fine shade, etc. Well and cistern at tloor. Three story mill, extra large granary with tongue and grooved floor and sides, corn mill, corn crusher and other paraphernalia, lood large stock barn, and smaller stock barn, saddle house, garage anil all sorts of out buildings. Personnlly: Consists of mules, cows, wagon, buggy, etc. t A dandy little farm. Ideal place t o as live, niiiKe money and enjoy me. right size and located right, Life is short. You just pass this way .lust the once. Why not get something out of it as you go? A regular tractor farm, line place to raU.e stock, attractive plac e for dairy. This one is close to nature the tdtl water mill, dam, grand sconer y along the river, fine fishing, etc. Just like living nt a summer resort the year u round. Huy this farm anil you will have the satisfaction of owning a real home, I ocatetl right, well improved and gootl productive land. It will give you that s ntlslled feeling and enjoyment anil rud-t- l tly glow of health in God's sunshine an open air in working this productive soil nnd making it bloom nnd blossom. Komombor this All parties interested have signed a contract and this is just as AHSOLUTH SALK as any .MASTKU COMMISSIONER'S SALE ever held in this county or any other county. It will go absolutely without reserve d or limit. It is up to you to say what it is worth. Look it over carefully. We invite the closest inspection. Terms liberal mid made known on day of sale. For full particulars see, write or phone. a 1 jo by-bi- approved security required, bearing interest at the rate of six per cent per annum from day of sale, and having the force and effect of Sale lunil .this 1st. day of April 11)21, A. K. WALKER, Sheriir, G. C. Uy G. T. I1ALLARD, Deputy Sheriff. PAL IN CHINA FOR A OAY To hasten the work of relief, this newspaper will forward contribu. Hons to the Iocs' Treoursr, or to the National Treasurer. China Famine Funi, Bib'e House, New York City. British Aftsr Trade. lirltlsh merchants art planning exhibitions In targe cities of China tn recover their commercial position lost during the war. HUGHES Col. and McCARTY STANFORD, KY. J. H. Dinwiddle on the Block. Ljwva The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Apr 21, 92 J I VOU don't use as much JL of Calumet m you do of mojt other BrtinR Powders. It haa more tlian ordinary LIVE HIGHEST PRICES FOR SWINE Especially The Yale Spirit. (Joseph Darden Armlstcad.) Yalo University Is considered by many young men unacquainted with Its true spirit to be a school where one without wealth would be out of place, that only wealthy students would be hnppy in Its atmosphere. This is doing the university an Injury and may be preventing some capable young nian of ambition making any effort to come to Yale for his education. As n matter of fact Yale is one of the most democratic universale in tno land, it prides Itself upon this very spirit. The Ideal which it holds out seeks to lift every student out of any unworthy fainthcartceV whioh he nesi of may possess, and inspire him with n acme of the worth of true manhood. regardless of the accidental ililTor enres that may exist as to finance between himself and other. Inasmuch n American conventionality is tending to develop class distinct ion based merely on money, tho ideal of this great university are alt the mori outstanding in contrast and givu grounds for fa'th in the continued triumph of the common Him of the masses of American citizen-- . Knowing as we do that the student body of Yalo contains sons of some of the wealthiest families of America, as VandcrbilL, Rockefellers and Tnft. the following words of former president Timothy Dwight, of Yale, are of special interet, and are worth reading by many others than university students; "We college men were a democratic community The men of fifty years ago had thia spirit (democrat ic), not because there were no hin drances in the way of ita entrance into their lives, but because, as members of the Yale fraternity, they inherited from the fathers of the earlier days of the Collerc history the great foundation principles of the true Ynle life. Had the inspiration had no deeper source than that which was found in accidental or temporary surrounding circumstances, it would have been worthless ns a moving force for noble flving. "The same thing is true today. It w. I he so always. If the democratic spirit animating our university is now, or ever becomes In the future, so weak and unmanly that it cannot en lure inequalities in resources or expenditures in the means of satis-fyn- g the desire for special comforts or even luxuries, or gratifying the artistic taste it will be unworthy of its origin, it will have contradicted Its earlier self. The old spirit was one that estimated men according to their manhood, and not according to their surrounding possessions. It believed lnl supenomy oi mnn to (lis ac cMcMt. Hut it did no, domand that tho poiseians or accidental thing of alt in the community should be exactly the same. It was a manly and net a pusillanimous spirit. I have no apprehensions as to its losing its vital force or passing nwoy, if the men of the present and the coming time will recognize for and in themselves tho ossence of Its and not mistake it for what it is not." The spirit of Yale today is one of xciiuinentw and true democracy. It i. true to the ideol of the past; and If It could be it is more so, as is seen in the selection of a western man to become its next president. .... i . .ii y oufcrvaiion leait me to sum up Yale ideals as the spirit of de mocracy, service, manhood and thor- ough scholarship. life-powe- r, leavening strength. You save about hall. You dont pay a bf nricc for Calumet. It's sold at a moderate price that represents another saving. You don't feci uncertain as to results. Bakings never fH becau Calumet never fall r X Advantageous Us Farmer to Study Balanced to Southern of Well. Hog nation. below the. proves Maadard of "Best by TeaC yXUafiaOQaJ It possesses Uvc highest quality ever nut into n Bakinc Food Authorities. rlallr endorsed by United States I'owdcr. Contains only such ingrcdicntsns have been ofll- - Gold Ck Recip Yoiict or b CiWm4 I strength at the day it left the Calumet Factories, the World'a Largest, most Sanitary and Modern Baking rowder plants. It U Important that you uu only straight wTieat'floWlnotVci. rmnij flout) anj jmrelMlnr powder if ten d jrou within obtain th- " manrifJ "by sound health. For weeks, for months, it keens as fresh and full of f ulated sugar, J cup of water, 1$ cup of butter, 24 curxi pastry floor, 3 lr. el tea tpoona Calumet Baking l'odcr, 1 tablctp-oof vanillx Then mix In Umi legit,, Uu way. n Hicupsof gran- ten tiy th I'nllf.l Btatti Ufpart meal of Aafkultute.) Information Kiiinil iy tin; bureau of mnrketfi. I'n:tiii Smten Department ( f Acrleultnre. Indinile that MiuthiTn will eiMHinaiHl prlie ns htilh n hie paid for lion from tho crii belt If they nre pmiwrly fed and Nearly handled. hoii from n alncle ovrmr In Mllr.ppl have been rerelviil at the NiUhMinl (itoek yurd. Illinois, within tho few montha and all were tlrtn, tliiMiiil porkern, Whlrh mild well In line with the bent H at cjiini' from oilier ncettuni of the ouutry. A reprtneiitntho of tht of riHirUcii maile mme Inijuirlen tuo Ihe manner In which theo hoe iere fed. lie iMwmeriil that the mine owner ha fiiiinj 'in In lown a well a In Jlll-lip- l, and that he boucht til joHtic ptc and fed 'hem n mixed iraiii nitlou In connection with corn and lonkiiiro. Alt the nultiinli hoiil lnte.te feeillng nml welgheil If-nhiivI or over when thej nrrlMil at the market. It would be eprlatly advantage-ni- l In the noutheru fiin.HT In ntllcly 'he um- - of the wHhtmtnnu-i- l grain nnd the complementary Hilnptn tlun of ptHinutH anil velvet bean which can ho grown o atttindatitly In (I'rrrorH 'igt Where One Gallon Qunlitv pacity ami Green Seal of so-call- Whf?flnP,.inM ! 0.l vt bu-n- il does tell! Measured by covering calength of wear, one tralloit of Hnnna's Paint proves itself equal to two gallons "cheap" paint. And there's a reason: viz., no paint can be better than the ingredients that go into it. IIANNA'S GREEN SEAL PAINT contains only highest grade ingredients, universally recognized ns necessary in making good paint. If n paint is sold at a ridiculously low price itsimply means that it is lacking in these necessary ingredients nnd contnins cheap adulterants. The exact formula is printed on every package of Green Seal. Sold by n Lancaster, CONN BROS. - Kentucky. thnt Twelve carlomli of host were from a stngle Tennenee owner il at the were of a dlihietly toiitheni tye, oy the Iritrenu f market repri- - mime toekj-nr-In- . Then' ant-ma- O.ntl.n.M Alw.y. B..t. Oentleneaa I. far more iacce..fU In all Iti enterprises than violence; n- deed violence generally frustrate, II. own purpose, while gentleness ever falla-Loc- ke, Wild scarce-fou-P g Lfad pBW W h lt. ,r, thr XUm9 u A, (lrlnkPr ,, , atH, 0rin )ntw ,,,.. , U nTrniRP tWxrn eUottm Maplt thr fM rrenehman ,,,, b-- italljtn ly forever. the iwdated nimintnln Maker of mi ne more canyon of thf West horwa are fund maple than nny otlx-- r wood; hut the ef running oor, hut while theM. might mnllrt brad of fine sets may he I termed wllil, they tmually Moug to or teak; find the mallet me rancher who ha let them run handles may In of beech and birch a Ieoe. Wild Imrrni are frwpient In well ai of maple say Ihe Aincrlrnn various part of Arlrmia and Forestry Magsrlne of Washington, an found In I'tah. Hut the old The- hall wear out nwtier than the wild horw henU of th mountain other port of the outfit They grad plateau rretona hao ciii-- . probably ually c to piece by splitting chip In y - Jeellmc Hori Ream No Mere. Much Used. NfaaVaHI A Good ( at a time When writing a letter In hopes that there will be no reply, Just give Thnt proposed middle class union it to your husband to mail. appears to be making poor headway And here comes another strong In this country. No one with spirit nrgumcnt for better country roads. wants to admit that he is neither the' A truck loaded with beer became top nor the bottom crust. mired in the mud and was captured. growers' association with eighty acres of the crop represented among ita members, according to n report from County Agent J. S. I'ullcn. V. II. Newell, n Miuon county farmer, has reported a large production to county agent George Kirk front two of the Holstein cows in his herd as a result of his first attempt to keep ii record on his cows. Pauline St. l'ontiac, a old heifer, produced 2I3 pounds of milk and 111 pounds of butter in seven days while another cow produced 548 pound. of milk and 23 pounds of butter fat in the same number of days. Ignorance covers a multitude of sins that always find a fellow out. Optimist and pessimists pull best together when they are far apart. men put their best foot i Some forward before marriage and Into it afterward. Any one can buy a map of Europe, but It takes a prophet to trace the boundry lines. Yes, marriage will always be a certainty as long as wc have people with unlimited courage. MONEY TO LOAN on good city property. Pay back on weekly Pasture i ft e First Thing to Provide for the Hut Profitable Pro- duetlon of Pork. wen- - ( KEEP YOUR BALANCE Keep or'monthly installments. The Lancaster Building & Loan ASSOCIATION. J, K. nOtUNSON', will finished on corn, and Mdd readily nt the top - tho fact that of the market, ilenptt-I hey en me from the HMnllel "doubtful territory." The owner received a rjieck for sr-vihe larget ever paid to a patron of that market for m. tentative, but tl.ev i a single Incorporated. hlpiiient large and small, for one month. During that month continue to spend just ns you have in the past. At the end of tho month check up your total expenditures, and NOTK THK MONEY THAT HAS BEEN LITERALLY . FltlTTEHED AWAY. The next step is to open a savings account with us and " adopt the habit of saving rn lieu of frittering. Saving leads to success. Frittering keeps you down. ncarcful itemized account of nil your expenses, t DOUBLE TREATMENT IS BEST Praidcnt m. S. HOITKII, Scc't & Tres. Strum Mty B Satisfactory for Short Fattening Period Immunity la Hot Permanent. Bad to Oraam of Jubilee. T dream of brtnit at a Juhlleo alc low that pretended friend nro to do jon an Injnry and that yoii will pet the better of your dlftlcultlev To ttio tailor, an unpleannnt and atortny voyage. t try-In- THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. S. C. DENNY, Caihier. The rrum treatment alone will tint bring permanent Immunity from hog chotern. It limy In- - witlnfoetnry for n short fattening period. Hut for the farm herd It I neceary to give the di'tlhlc treatment whlrh eMilt of the vim and tin- - mtuiii. It It general ly tinilerstiMii! that a hog that ha ontv "Poltar'a Field." Advlci for Movie Htro. recovered fnmi a cafe- - of rholern Is The term, which la npplliil to a Hrnanently luiiimiie. TliU Immunity Tho movie hero, rurrylns Ihe iutron and tin- tJaco where thn tennlln hniwly tnieKlln I the result of the formation In the rlou hondnis Vnown nre burliil. had It orljln mlnt Ixidy of the nntninl of n terriWe tonn. At tl Matthew 27 :T, when the chief prleala hnuttlon he HMile the calMti. mid which nre antagonistic to thedlene "took counel and ImhikIu with them or on a omu'tf geim. l'or bug that hnvo been (the thirty tdwen of ullter for which 'H."1" In ImIiI tU' Ktrl Farm women in the vicinity of to the ilNi'iiio or l lint tuny take lent bcil. The utomi wn raelni: Icr- l'nrksvllle, Hoyle county, have organ u Ue the vlru It. it I neee!iry hury instM wbleli glte the nnlliml the illwne In Ized themselves into it home demon I 1" HI" rw,vA II1I1U CIHI, name haa clung to audi plot a (dish! form. The stration club in with rtiin which I nent, jelletl: ".shut thi ihior." alnce. the dlen then Injected combat Mr. Jennie C. (Irubbs, home demon germ nnd tho Inidy In resiststration agent in that county. ance. J. V. Ilakcr, a Clay county farmer, Is planning to follow ISOLATE ALL SHOW ANIMALS methods of fruit production, according to n report of County Agent L. Pltipatrlck 2600 aired by Hex Peavinc 1780, ho by Hex McDonald 833, Stock on Exhibition at Fairs Should L. Clark. Mr. Uakvr has already htit dam Annlo llooney 4104, by IVavine 85, accond dam by I'owelU Be Segregated on Return to Farm laid out the orchard with the help to Avoid Disease. Drennon. of Mr. Clark and will plant 100 trees Mtipatrick la n lorrcl atalllon, rllit hind pattern white, in beauty, of choice variety. It I an enjoyable, If not a profitkriUlant action, animation and richncaa of color thl home excel. UoIiik Four farmer of Doyd county nro i a able pitMlino. to the owner to exhibit a full brother to both Kentucky IVavine and Crcalland prove that thia with County Agent L. Id bet iiiilmnl at faint nnd shown, "no of breeding rarely equaleil. IVavine blood has been recognized by tho hut when they are returned to the M. Amburgey in conducting demonbrcwl-IKiatet breeders a ono of the mot desirable llnea In Mddle homo fnrtn, a well a otlu'r that may have strations on different projects. J. nnd la IncreaiinK In popularity every day. Thia horao contains as htn purchased, they tumid W M'gre- - M. Uosa will conduct a demonstramzpairicK win gNteil for n period Hint will Inmirr tion in alfalfa growing, Hush uch of IVavine blood aa will bo found any where. d e from Lancaster on tho their freedom from contagious make the teaion of 1021 at my barn, 5 mile will use sweet clover and John to which llu'y limy have been F. Buckeye pike at Hubbard will use sudan grass as hi will project. A. C. McDaniel conduct a demonstration on pruning VACCINATE FOR HOG CHOLERA and spraying in his orchard which ha been neglected utnll the present Alio at the tame place I will stand my Jack, Double Treatment Can Successfully Be time. on Pis When They Are Ten registered Shorthorn calves Still Quit Young. and eight Hereford ones were recently distributed by County Agent d Pig cull be siici enafully vurrlnntcd If mare is traded or parted with the season money Is due. A Hen Hunch to the beef cajf club bog cholera with (he double treatwill be retained on al! colts until season money Is paid. Care taken to pre- for county. A local ment wlieii from a few day to n few member in that sent accidents but not responsible should any occur. bank financed the purchase of the hour old', iireonllng to Dr, It. - .Ni hilt, prenldeiit of Ihe Illinois Veterin- calves which were bought in Cald ary Medlnil utstKlatloii. The coM Is well and Union counties for an lem, Io.m- urc inoller, nnd Dr. of 9125 apiece. hi ezmrleiirf Inline Hart county now has a strawberry Ky. Imiiiunlty willfrom until thy plga that R. F. D. No. lust ant' ready for uiaiket. a our fatherf, wi tmltntliiu U not ent When someono rrackeil plate to China to hate a el made. eerr Her In tho new et had a cmck In It. WewlWI I'hllllp. Line, to ! D rUmfmbcred. To rautt hi Mti-- r ai bhI CapfJol $50,000. Surplus $50,000. Honor Roll Bank i In',,,, "'rn , nntl-hodl- Farm And Home News From Over Kentucky Remedy Worth Trying. A Bualness Man. "He wa n wonderful man for bust There aro many trouble which you cannot euro by the lllhlo or fcrmn nesa, my boy he even trained hi lit book, hut which you con cure by sys tie girl to put her pennies In tho gn tematic exercise and freh air. Henry meter, and ho thought It wa her moneys box." Word lleecher. ; -- nlt. F1TZPATRICK 2890. No Advocate but Itself. Do not waste a minute, not a second, In trying to deuuHitrate to other tho merit of your own iierform-mice- . If your work duet not vindicate Itself, you cannot vindicate It, but you can labor steadily on to Uu something which need no advocntt but Itself. Thomas Wentworth IIIg glnson, A Letter to n Young Contrlb- - utor." 1921. I Fin Place to Explore. Arabia contain possibly tho greatest tract of unexplored territory now existing In the world. According to ono authority, no European traveler has peni'trnleil more than n hundred mile from tho coast, except at on or two point, In the vast sMhern half nf the tH'tilniula. where about 7&0.- 000 tulles of territory (largely desert) remain unexplored, Outlook. 1921. 1-- "Robert Gaiewood" 2.05 TRIAL 2.02. PACER. l.'nes. 4 K Can-fiel- ilU-eas- This is a high class young stallion, six years old, 15 i hand high, lark bay, with fine style, lot of finish, and bred In the most extreme speed Sired by "J. Mnlcombe Forbes" 2.08 (sire of Id in the 2.10 list), (a half brother to "Peter the Ireat" 2.07 U i aire of "Mil Harri SI." 1.58U.) He by "Ulngen" 2.00U (sire of "Uhlan" 1.58). Dam Annie Fox ?.09U (dam of C) by Nuthurst 2.12, 2nd. Dam "Annie B." (dam of 7) by Faulconer's Almont. Robert Gatewood was a succeisful race horse and should becomo a great sire. He will make the season of 1021 at my stable six miles from Lancaster on the Lexington Pike, at 920.00 TO INSURE A LIVING' COLT. Season duo when colt is foaled. A lien will be retained on all colts until season is paid, Not responsible for accidents. $10. To Insure a Living Colt. Napoleon eoed, Chief at $11. To Insure T. D. IRVIN av-ta- - Sv-H- it 3, LiKcaiter, llryanttvllle Thone. ROBT. ROX M LANCASTER, KY, .;lu y ny-'-- - jfratfMp&m MJafc -- aaj"aaalMl t'.'SiM in" ,- 0 I "J f 3 B The Central Record, Lancastei , Ky.. Thursday Apr 21. 92 1 1 HORSE PEP trsvel to good advsntage with pool ly ahaped und III fitted shoes on. They No horse can I jj -- Classified Column FOR SALE I Reed Baby Carriage, good as new, half price Phone 310, Iincaster. tt-pd- . y J j? B T ii U lose We fit shoe proper'y. Vour horse feel the comfort ihey Rive, just mi you do when you wear 11 eomfortnlile shoe, JJU.NO jj g J" LUMBER For Houses Fdr Barns for Repairs in any quantity you desire. "Lumber of any kind you de- RATES i Single Insertions le a word No ad taken for less than 20c In this column. No ads In this column charged. Seven Insertions for the price of live. Phone orders must be paid promptly. jHSjeKKKXMM lOftXBtKX-WtfNK- FOR SALE: Freh young Jersey tow, with calf by side. Good team of horse mules will sell cheap. Earl C. Farra. It. Use Moormans Mineral Mixture. More dollars. I pound am working in Garrard Lincoln and Boyle counties. MIT CRANFILL, Vrn.lllei, Ky. More A. H. CASH VANHUSS g 7 g Lancaster, Ky rdrrjrufcslCUWWW&aiais' sire. you desire. To Stock Lav Violators have appointed Len Cobb and Mnt Moore to look after the itock taw violator In the precincts, Buck Teatersville and Walker School House. They nrc initructed to pro secute all violators. A. K. WALKER. Sheriff, It. I Lumber for any purpose Lumber that is well seasoned and strictly O. K. GLASS, SCREENS, STUCCO, LIME, CEMENT, PLASTER, ETC. We Ueep a complete line of them all for building: ami other purposes. If you are in the market for construction work get our estimate on the cost of the materials. We will figure the cost right down to the minimum for you and give you the best LOST: Several weeks ago, a blue Plenty of Grass Blue, Timothy, serge overcoat. Please return to Clover, etc., for grating milk cows Eugene Cochran. and horse or almost any kind of LOST; Three weeks ago, yellow. Mock, with plenty of good water, at Ish brown shepherd ihg, collar rivetcity limits, on Lexington pike. ed, with 1S120 tag. Phone 39S-J- . A. II. Bastln. 7t. Tom Ray. (4 21 1L) -1 Grass SASH, DOORS, Notice For Claims. AH persons Your old tires and tubes mad good new. tiring them In and All persons having claims' against let us show you. the estate of the late Mary R. 4t. pd.) hereby notified to pre. Berkele (4-2- Notice. having claims against the estate of J. K. W hitted, assigned are notified to file the ame properly proven according to law on or bcior. May loth., 1921 with the undersign ed assignee, or it attorney In Lnn caster, Ky. Garrard Hank & Tiust Co., Assignee, J. K. Whitted, J. W. Elmore, Cashier, J. K. Robinson, Attorney and for Everything. sent same properly proven, as requirWaterloo-boFOR SALE: One tractor and plows. Apply to J. II. ed by law, to the undersigned not later than May 15th. 1021. Those Hamilton, Lancaster, Ky. owing said estate, pleaie settle same v at once. FOR SALE: July potatoes at J. C. Williams. Executer. $ 1.00 per bushel nt my residence in Nina. Ky. Phone 3C.4.F. W. U Prather. Busiy 4.7-7t-p- rr TOR RENTs on Danville live roam street. Bunga-lo- w Apply nt For Sale, Danville ness Property. y Notice All persons having claims against the estate of the late I!. F. Hudson, will present wimc To undersigned. properly proven by June 1st, 1921. Those owing said estate will kind-lsettle same at once. Shirley Hudson F. I. Frisbie Execu(4 21 3t) tors. y BASTIN Resolutions By Mr. Tabor Sunday School MI LUMBER CO. FOR SALE Store Room And Mer-canti- lc Stand. i The Garrard Hank & Trust Co. as assignee of J. K. Whitted offers for sale privately. The residence, store room and mill, the property coming to the control of the undersigned as assignee of J. E. Whitted. This property is located at .Vina, Garrard Co., and is one of the very best coun-tr- y mercantile stand in Central The stock of goods will also be sold privately. If you are Intern ested in a good money making see us at once. We will also sell privately the small farm of about thirty acres situated near Nina. This is a fertile convenient small farm with .new dwelling on the pike, rich sand stone Ken-tucky. prop-ositio- land. Garrard Dank & Trust Co., Assignee, si. E. Whitted, ' J W. Elmore, Cashier. J. E. Robinson, Attorney. FIRST EXCURSION CINCINNATI, O., and return via $3.15 L. & N. $3.15 Sunday, April 24, 1921. Special train will leave Lancaster 5:29 A. M., returning will leave Fourth St. Station, Cincinnati 6:30 P. M. Standard Time, (7:30 P. M. City Time). For further information consult your Local Ticket Agent. No 8hortagt. rented a bouse In the Street of nrfiuns." sine a noct. Well, even n i poet can pay the rent of that kind of Meets Boston Transcript. Whereas our Messed Master has I o house. The L. II. S. Base Ball team went been pleased to rail from us to that Names Dtrlved From Cities. Eternal Home above, our sister and A milliner 'meant originally one down in defeat to the Madison High Miss Mary Todd, who from Milan a Mllaner; Just as a cn the local diamond last Friday afdied at Berea Hospital after two "cordwalncr" or shoemaker was a ternoon by the score of 4 to 0. worker of leather from Cordova. days illness, be it, The local lads put a good strong our church anu Resolved, Thnt fight and didn't give up until the last a Cannibal. Trout Sunday School has lost one of its The trout Is cannibalistic, feeding man was out In the ninth inir.g, which most true and faithful members, the upon Its own kind when necessity was by far the best game played community at large, one of Ita sweet- - compels, says the Amvlsyn Forestry here this season, the local boys could st christian characters, who was Magazine, and In numerous Instances have easily taken thiyVlsitors into . I .t camp had they not msde the many ever reatly to neip tnc poor ana when necessity doe not compel. needy: the orphans and bereaved errors that they pulled, not a single Btts Cut Bark of Trees. widows and we point to her christian earned run was made. Some species of bees In South plrit with pride, because she did not The all around playing of Henry do, to be seen of the world, or to America cut the bark of the rubber for the - II. S. was the outstanding show, .but was trees In order to cause a flow of the feature of the game. make an outward sap. The gum Is employed by the prompted by a Christ like spirit, that bees as a ready-madThe runs made in the 3rd. and Cth. wax for their laid In her noble nests. Inning when costly errors as stated was found and above allowed the Visitors to reach heart. Be It therefore, further Resolved, That we extend to the home plate. Early Irish- - Coin. sympathy, and family and heart-fe- lt The High School boys have a One of the early coins In Ireland point them to the one Who docth all was the eagle, made of base melal dandy good team and although this t, and current about 1272. but an eurller Is their first defeat of the season, things well and Who alone can for He too was a man of sor- coin was the farthing, made of Mirer, tljey are working hard in order that daring the reigns of King John, and they may take the scalp from row and acquainted with grief. now very rare and of great value. ReHigh today and Thelkeld Resolved, That a copy of these tomorrow. solutions be sent to the family, a Finny Tribe In Celd Weathsr. copy to the Central Record, and a The following was the lien up of All llh do not hibernate during the both teams for last Friday's game: copy spread upon the Record Rook find homes In winter. Some Alt R II PO A E of our School. . hole or beneath rocks and root and Madison Hi 1 I 2O1 R. II. Ledford, get along wry well without food dur T. Stone , ss 1 1 3 17 0 Committee. ing the cold weather, but they arc not Rcvca, t. 30040 torpid like the tx'ar and groundhogs illevins. lb 30021 that hlbeniatp. Moot of the llsh nulm Brock, 2b Namtd "Empire Stats." 4 0 00 The name of the "Empire State" about In the cold water and gather a( Kunkel, rf was tlrst given to NVw York by (leorge living In winter Just as they do In Koland, 3b T .'1 1 00 Washington, In his to an address summer, hut none of them requires so Chambers If.. ..4 0 0 0 from tlit! New York city common much food when tin; water I cold. 0 11. Stone, cf ...'.3 00 In ITS I. LANCASTER HIGH First Defeat. I- e com-foV- NTc"ho-lasvil- lc Se-le- ct brick businesi The three-storGeorge Smith. house, located one door East of the Welsh Wiseman Company, one of I am standing a Registered Jersey the choicest locations on Main street Raleigh No. Price right, terms to suit. Bull, Hanging Fork. Phone 187,018 at $3.00. J. K. Sanders or write, J. II. Letcher & Co. Agents, Hubble, Ky. Danville, Ky. i.l . .1, t .... If L'nn Ctf Wc are selling good cheap: Oliver shan pullets and two young roosters. Cultlparkcrs $80; Oliver Cultivators R. P. Brown, Bryantsvllle, Ky.j $CS; Oliver Riding ileus $50; Oliver Com Drills $10; Oliver Disk Harrows Rl; J. M. Dor Corn Drills FOR SALE: Good white oak $40; wire fence 7Sv; poultry fence fencing, gate slats, boxing and framftOcts. ; barb wire $S, Ice cream freezing any length desired. Refrigerators $20. Many Mike Rogers, Lancaster, Ky. ers $5; goods, at cost, but little rent to pay J. R. Mount A Compan) Eggs; Six S. C. Brown Leghorn Get busy, keep busy. Is your job teen for $1.00; $o.00 per hundred. Baby chicks for sale. Cash with all unsafe? It it permanent? You want a life long business? You can orders. Earl C. Farra, I.ancastcr. get Into such a business, selling more It. than 137 Watklns produce direct FOR SALE: Comtnir two year to farmers if you own auto or team old Jersey bull. A good one. Phone or can get one; If you are under CO c'vp bond with personal 30. B, Bry&ntvllle, 1 CI Lancaster. ami We back you with bis George D. Robinson. sureties. selling helps; S2 years in business; 1 tL) 20,000,000 users of our products. Fifteen Barred Rock Eggs, $1.00. Write for Information where you can Flock Inspected and O. K'd by Mr. get territory. J. R. Watklns Co., Chapln, Specialist In poultry, LexingDepartment 111, Winona, Minn. Mrs. T. I). O'llearn, ton. Lancaster, Ky. Instcts That Otfy Wlntsr. horses, FOR SALE: Two good In the dead ftood of old snags are one cow. Sell on twelve months many insects that live through the winter regantless of bow cold It gets; time with good note, six per cent. Wm. Casey, tancaster. creatures wIiom. weak bodies seem to defy the frigid temperature. Pull oft a hit of oltl bark from a snag, and beneath It; litFOR SALE: Milch cow, well note that Ihent Is life scurry for cover tle wop!e that try to bred Jersey, gentle, good milker, when their home Is wrecked, They about four years old, with young are not as when the weather calf. If you want a good milch cow Is warm, but they are not In a state see, J. E. Robinson. of torpor. premises. (4-2(4.,-4t-pd. TAKE YOUR EYES to a REGISTERED OPTOMETRIST One with a certifi- , council NEAT SLIP.ON SWEATER Held p Wilson lb 3 I 1 1 32 Chevrolet 490 50,000 . All Lancaster HI Anderson, 3b ..3 3 Cochrun, c. 4 Henry 2b 4 Cox, Crutchficld lb.. 3 3 HolUclaw, ss Daniels, lf-- p ...3 2 Bratton cf S. Cochran, rf ..2 p-- lf 4 R 0 0 27 II 0 ,0 1 ro 1 0 0 00 0 0 0 0 0 Kstes rf ."..I 0 0 0 28 0 0 0 0 0 I 2 8 7 2 7 0 0 2 0 0 27 0 5 AI 3 0 3 0 0 1 cate from the State Board of Health. I Nsb 0 0 0 0 7 Remember, fit glasses to every known defect of vision. Only one pair of eyes to a lifetime, and yet we abuse them. It cjits so little to be on tho safe side HEADACHES, BROK. EN DOWN CONSTITUTIONS, NERVOUSNESS, ETC. often come from Struck out by Iteld, 18 by Cox Two-bas- e hits, C; by Bratton 1. Cox. EYE STRAIN Remember ray examinations are FREE, and my prices for glasses are REASONABLE. Come and consult me nnd get relief. ' I have been In tho optical business In NIcholasvlllo for 20 years. A graduate In the profession, a member of .the Ameri. A complete set of all the latest can Optical Association. appliances 'or fitting glasses. COME IN AND TALK IT OVER. CONSULTATION AND EXAMINATION Imparting tha Truth. lx no doubt that tho proper way of comuylng to my under standing a truth of which I urn Ig norant, or of Impressing upon m n' firmer ptTualoii of a truth with which I am acquainted. Is by an appeal to my reason. William Godwin. TIkto ran ?????????? PAINT LICK GARAGE. Paint Lick, Ky. Interest still oviitera on sweaters und iweuter coata for everybody wean them. Those garment of wool or allk are closely or loosely koltted-uccordlng to the degree of warmth re' und slip-ooulrvd of them. Tle-o-u models that set snugly to the figure sweater-coat- s rival the smart and everything appears to bo provided with a knitted girdle or sash Too pretty model pictured reveals the trend towurd neat effects. g n loose-hangin- g , m i Bird Banctuarlss In Canada. Hint Miuctunrle are being created In suitable placv throughout Canada to protect tho breeding grounds of waterfowl anil other Important bird fowl In ttio grvut plains Is most Imneed the portant. aTliu wuter-fow- l protection U'causo of the Increase In agrlcultura nud tho drainage of many FREE. localities. The protection of water WILL W. ROBERTS JEWELER .d OPTICIAN NICHOLAS VILLE, KY. ot their former nesting treat.