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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): April 28, 1921 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1921 cen1921042801_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 28, 1921 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1921 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. THE CENTRAL RECORD. THIRTY SECOND YEAR LANCASTER. KY., THURSDAY AFTERNOON. APRIL 28. 1921. NUMBER . The executive committee of the Kentucky Press Association met Saturday morning In the Phoenix hotel In Lexington and selected Danville nit the convention city for the 1021 session, which will meet June 0, 7, Headquarter for the press Ami 8th. men of the state will he at the Kentucky College of Women nml they will he entered there. The K. W. C. r clonei Jut n week prior to the of the newspaper men nml the cooks nml servants nt the K W. 0. nre to he retained to prepare meals for the viiiter. As the commencement exercise nt Centre College will he in full swing then, the pie expect to hnve nn unusually interesting time in addition to the regular business gnth-enni- CHOSEN IMPRESSIVE WORK OF CONFESSES CRIME "LITTLE DICK" INTEREST WAXING McGRATH Christian Educational CEREMONIES RED CROSS; James Tackett Assaults For Summer Meeting Breaks Club Record As Mark Dedication Of Bringing Great Results Little Girl. Of Kentucky Press Movement Of The James Tnckett, n sixteen year old New Masonic Hall Crack Shot. JuneG, 7 S. Dates, Methodist Church. In County. bay who hn been living with the late DANVILLE HANQUET HUGE SUCCESS. Kvcry Maon in Garrard county, nnd they nre legion, had n smile on their face Inst Tuesday that would not come off, all on account of the dedication of their handsome ifew Masonic Unit, which ha Just been completed nnd wis ready for oc- A trntntive program wa arranged me though by the committee, change may he ncceltated, will he meeting. m followi ; teuton will he The flrt bulne Monilay afternoon. June fi, and the program for the gathering of welcome by a Danville speaker; response im addre of welcome by S. M. Sautley, Richmond; annual address by President It. I Elkin, annual financial report by the it a secretary-treasure- r, C. J. Alcock", Danville, nml appointment of com- meeting will The second Imsine Tuesday morning, June 7, nt 0:80 o'clock and the program will be: Address by Dr. Frank 1. MeVey, prel-deof the University of Kentucky; "Advertiing Hates" round table I mittee. nt led by II. II. Cextne, Shelby-vill- e News; "Importance of I.ocal Lexington New," by James M. Lender. It. The third and final buine will N; Wednesday morning nt 0:30 o'clock and the pregrnm will be. ".Making Newspaper Men," by Knorh Grchan, hed of department of journalism, University of Kentucky; "District Organisation," by E. J. Paxten, Paducah Sun; "Women M. Anna by Mi in Journallim," I'oage, Afhland Independent; repqrt of committee and annual election of officer. Those attending the meeting were It. L Elkin. J. C. Alcock, Danville, cretary; I S. Fitihugh. Wllmore, chairman of the executive com. l.aGrange; mittee; W. L Shelton M. Saulley, Hlchmond, and 11 F. Forgey, Ahland. es-siDaw-ion- On The Roof. Ed. C, Game, one of the real live wire in the city it having a large ad painted on hi roof, and I also advitmg hi friend to "Trade in j i Lancaster." Held Over. William, George nnd Walker charged with operating a moon-hm- e still, were tried before Judge Foreit Stapp last Saturday and held over to the next grand Jury under bonds toatlng about $050. Ilond was furnlsl.ed and the trio n was relented. AUorncy J. E. defended them. Leas-ur- e, Itob-inio- Foley. The Heath of Mr. S. II. Foley, Jr., Sunday evening, April 17th., at the home of hi uncle, Mr. Frank Foley, in Richmond, cauted deep regret in thi county where he was so well known and liked. He was attacked by that dreaded dltcaie, tuberculosis while In service for hi country. After a few months nt hi home near ilackley he was sent to Somerset for treatment, but all that medical skill could do was of no avail. lie returned to Richmond about six weeks ago, where he remained until his death. lie wns 20 years of nge and the son of Mr. Greenberry Foley of Knox county. Hi had always been a life of honor and uprightness nnd a few years ago he united with tho Haptist church nt Freedom and since had been a devout member. Uesidvs his father he I mrvlved by one sister, Mrs, Calvin llounchell of Wallaceton and nn aged grandfather and grandmother, Itvv. and Mrs. P. E. Foley, of this county with whom lie had made his home, his mother having died when he was quiet young. After funeral services at tho church by Itev. Heard he was laid to rest In the Freedom cemetery. To other shores we know not where, And tho we question naught avail, We only know a haven there Awaits him as from u he sail. cupation nt the regular meeting of the lodge Inst Tuewlny evening. To dn honor to thi notable event, nmny invitation were sent out over the state to Mnsentc brothers, extending them ceurtesle to nttend, the result being that very few were turned down, and when the lodge wa called to order at seven o'clock Tuesday evening about 180 brother were in the hull. After n few- - minutes of wn attended to, routine bulni they ndjeurncd to the Cnrrnrd Tobacco Warehouse where n sumptuous banquet wn In waiting, being previand ously prepared by the wive friend of the Masonic brotherhood. TW event proved to be the banprogram. ner one of the entire Everything that could be ervid, wns bounteously t the served huHk'ry horde, that numbered nt this time nbeut three hundred iwople, which included the Indie. the Col. G. II. Swincbrend was hnppy teastmaster for this festive occasion ami an Brehetrn of ten pieces frm Danville furnished entrancing musk during the evening, in fact un til nearly the midnittht hour. Toasts, talks and speeches were served in abundance, very much to the enjoyment of nil the guests. Among the speakers, were: Hon. Dave Jackson, Editor McDonnld, of the Masonic Heme Journal, llrother JelT Adam of the Mnwnic Widow nnd Orphan Home, John Yeager, of Danville, Virgil 1'. Smith, of Somerset uml llrother Snm Vcach, of Carlisle, all of the above being among the leading Ught in masonry in Kenwere tucky. Two local speaker also on the program, Mcwrs. J. E. Robinson nnd Judge I U Walker, the latter making the welcoming address. llrother Sam Veach made a strong plen for subscriptions toward paying off tho debt of the new hall, which amount to about 13,000, but only about $1,000 was pledged last night. Thi was quite a disappointment to the members of the local lodge, nnd mnny of those present thought if this matter had been brought up earlier in the evening, nnd specinl emphasis had been laid upon this feature, for this was one of the main objects of the banquet, the entire sum could have been rowed easily. As it was. it was nearly eleven o'clock before llrother Veach began his appeal, and by that time, many from a distance were rttttloss and were beginning to think of that long drive home, for at this time it wns mining and stormy without. At eleven o'clock the banquet ceremonies closed and most of the brothers returned to the hall where the dedicatory services were Impressively completed. All in nil it wa n great night for the Masons nnd the banquet will be the talk of the town for mnny months to come. During the past few weeks Miss Wtover, our community Hed Cross nurse, hn been doing some vnluahle work throughout the county nnd she I especially pleased over the cooperation she is receiving from friends of thi work in the different communities. In n recent conversation with Mis Wcstover, he said: "Kverything that I hnve very much wanted has nlwny come from lome where." A few day ogo she asked for a taby enrriuge, nnd one was presented to her before the end of the week. wns nrrested Tuesday night, charged with criminal assault upon a five year old daughter of Mrs. Ward. Voung Tackett hat confessed to the heinous crime nnd now Hwaits In Jail for I'reton Word, near Cnrtcrsville, She inform u new that she is very much in need of literature, to place in mnny home of the county. She especially nsks for magazines, or short story books and would be pleased if such book would be left at her office and she will ee that they are distributed into homes that need them nml that will be appreciated by them. the nctiun of the next grand Jury. Mr. Preston Ward, with whom Tnckett hn mndc hi home for several years died last Monday of tuberculosis nnd wns buried Tucsdoy morning. The atrocious crime wn committed upon his little daughter only ii few hours after his burial. Considerable excitement existed In the neighborhood where the crime was committed, as the Ward arc respectable people nnd have many friends in the vicinity of his home, ns well as throughout the county. The condition of the little girl is not serious. Preaching At Gilberts. Itev. W. I', Harvey, of Hnrrods- burg, will preach at the Gilberts Creek Haptist church next Sunday morning at 1 1 o'clock. All are cor dially invited. The church Is four miles from Lancaster on the Crab Orchard pike. "Little Dick" McGrath, one of the most popular boys who ever lived In Garrard county, now making hi' home at Richmond, Va., has made a record as a trap shooter in his adopted town, that will make others sit up and take notice for several month to come. The News Leader, of Richmond says this In regard to his record made a few days ago In fifty shots: The shooting of R. A. McGrath, Saturday afternoon at the West End traps, when he broke the club score straight, wns the feature of the shooting. One of the worst gales of wind experienced this season wa blowing and the scores of the amateurs will attest the brilliant work of McGrath, who, by the way, broke them nil Saturday before last, making a record which has never been equaled by professional or t amateur In the history of the club. mt ADA JONES Thursday Night, May 5th., At S P. M. One of the best entertainments of the loosen will be shown nt the School Auditorium on Thursday night, May 6th., at 8 ! M. This h a real treat for the citizens of our city and everybody should turn out to see and henr one of the greatest singers on the rond. She will have with her n pianist, violinist, mngirinn ami cartoonist. Prices are SO cents plu 5 cents wur tax. Tickets on sale at the two drug tore. THY TO GET IN. CENTRE COLLEGE Men To Stage Minstrel Here. The King-Tanner Minlstrcl of Cen-tr- e J. the leading merchants of the city were right up to the minute with their window dressing this week, with the big Mnonlc banquet on nnd other masonic work, they mnde a window especinlly for this occasion. Their window wn beautiful nnd showed the Hluc Lodge, Chnpter and Knight Templar, and was highly appreciated by nil Masons. College will hold the boards at Roman's Opera House next Monday night, nnd from present indicntions E. Dirkcrson and Son, one of a large crowd will be on hand to en- - Pretty Window. ra4 rU 2 2 S. B. to K.) fc P rU, IN EVERY KENTUCKY TOWN Joy them. Thy recently plnyed to a packed house in Danville and were unanimously applauded by one of the largest audience that has ever graced Stout's Opera house In that city. Our own Georce Swienhroad. takes one of the lending rolls as end man, while "Hump' Tanner of foot-bafame will hold down the other end. The entire cost is of the highest standard and will be well worth the price of admission, which is 55 cents for children and 85 cents for adults. ll Dr. O. H. Crocket, of Wlncheiter. and one of the leaders in the Christian Education Movement, was in the city last Sunday nnd delivered n splendid talk at the Methodist church last Sunday evening, In which he made nn appeal for part of the for .religious education. Dr. Crocket announced that was the objective In the Louisville and Kentucky conferences of the Southern church. Quotas will shortly be fixed for each Methodist district In Kentucky. These quotas will be made in both conferences in time to apprise the 100,000 Methodists in the two Jurisdictions of their porportionate shares before the actual appeal is made from May 29 to June 6th. Plans now- - being prepared include intensive preparation for the participation of every layman in the movement, which is being directed in the Kentucky Conference by the Rev. Dr. O. H. Crockett, Winchester, educational secretary and W. W. Hall, Maysville, financial director, and in the Louisville Conference by the Rev. Dr. Lonidas Robinson, secretary and T. A. Luman, LouUville, financial director. As the movement ts designed partly to provide enlarged means for training the youth who desire. to lead lives of Christian service, interest in Kentucky is centered in the fact that the six colleges and schools there will benefit to the extent of more than $1,000,000 by results of the appeal. These institutioni are Training School. the Lindsay-Wilso- n ColColumbia; Kentucky-Wesleya- n lege, Winchester; Logan College, Russcllville; Morton-EllioJunior College, Elkton; John C. C. Mayo College, I'aintsville; Marvin University School, Clinton. $13,-000,0tt You Will Find a KENTUCKY SUNDAY SCHOOL Whereevcr you find a Kentucky Sunday School you will find an institution tanding for the bet nnd highet In character, conduct nml citizenship, reody to give you a hearty welcome on Kentucky's Go-t- o Base Ball News. The I.ancastcr High School Hose Hail team played two games last week winning the first one and loos ing the second. On Thursday the local lads Journeyed to Nicholasville where they took the N. II. S. boys into camp by the score of 8 to 0. This was in deed a good game and the locnl boys deserve much credit for winning this game. The Nicholasville High Is a much stronger team than any they have gone up against this season, but by hard hitting on the part of the - H. S. team they succeeded in putting it over on the High School boys of that city. The pitching of Cox and the all around playing of Henry at second base was the feature of the game. Friday the local lads returned to Nicholasville to play the Thelkeld Select School of that city and wa defeated by the score of C to 5. Costly errors on the part of the Lancaster team nnd then after a hard game the day before together with the long Journey easily accounts for this little defeat, as they won over this same team a few weeks ago by the score of 25 to 4. The High School boys will Journey to Richmond Friday where they will cross bats with the Madison High of that place. A good crowd will accompany the team up and help them win from the team there. The Lnncaster Rose Ball Team, which was organized about ten days ngo are working hard for their first game of the season that will bo played here probably next Friday. Their suits hnve arrived and all that they need now is for some team to get up courage enough to play them. I- Methodist Church Notes Sunday is go to Sunday It is important that every member of the church be on hand at 0:45. Do your visiting some other day and come to Sunday School and Church next Sunday. Anyone living near you that does not atctnd Sunday School anywhere, else, bring them with you. It will be a great day if you do your duty. Do not be a shirker, but a worker. Variety is the spice of life so change your old plan and visit the home of God next Sunday. The doors will be thrown wide open nnd a hearty welcome awaits you. Supt. and Pastor. Next School Day. 2. 8. 2 2 Sunday-Scho- ol Day May 1, 1921 J JUDGE HARDIN Announces For Re-election GILBERT Gets Good Committee Assignments. April ISth, 1021. Central Record, Ijincaster Ky. Gentlemen: I hove Just received my Committee Assignments, they are Districts of Columbia, Library and Elections No. rne. I am told that these nre the given any new best assignments irember In tho House. Elections No. One, will have before It contests of unusual Importance presenting new and far reaching questions. The District of Columbia, is as you know governed by Congress, and being on that Committee is similar to occupying a place on the Hoard of Council In a city. The Committee on Library also has local advantages. While these are Important Committees to the country nt large and will give me local prestige that I can turn to advantage Indirectly for my district, yet I am dlsapolnted that It may mean more to the country at large than to the Eighth District. I applied first for Agriculture, Hanking and Currency, but there were so many old members seeking these pluces I could not get them, seniority controlling here. For Instance Mr. Johnson of Kentucky, who has been here sixteen was on Library and District of Columbia until this session when he was put on Appropriations. I'lease publish this letter or as much of It as you think will be of interest to our people. I want to take this occatlon to thank you for the many complimentary references you have made of me in your paper, and assure you that it will be a pleasure for me to serve you and your friends. Picnic send me your paper to Washington, address No. 25 1 H. O. li., together with your bill for same. Your friend, Ralph Gilbert. sec-en- d, TO THE VOTERS OF GARRARD COUNTY: I come before you again n a candidate for Judge of the Thirteenth Judicial District of Kentucky. I wish to say, I did not decide to take this step until I felt assured that the collective opinion of the District was behind me. Kvcry Democratic newspaper has declared in favor of my selection, and I am deeply grateful (or the mass meeting of Democrats in your county which, without solicitation on my part, lias endorsed me for another term. This unusual and gracious approval of the lenders of sentiment throughout the District put me under renewed obligations to my political and personal friends, i nd to those whose opinions they of necessity reflect. I appreciate the confidence shown me. My official career, since 1 am but human, has not been without of which I nm deeply sensible, a ml yet nt the same time I am ami hnve nlwnys been coneious of a tectitude of purpose In nil my official nets, which ha suttnined me In my work. I trut that my pat ex perience will cnnble me to render a better service in the future. The work of n Judge is constant and absording, ns you doubtless realize, nnd while I shall appreciate every opportunity that offers Itself to be among you renewing old friendships and associations, the burdens of office will doubtless hinder mo to a great extent from making a close and extended campaign. If, therefore, I do not see you pcnonally, you will underitand that I am doing the better part In serving you in performing the duties and responsibilities of the office to which you have called me. I shall greatly appreciate any expression of Interest In me and In my campaign which you may think proper to make. Charles A. Hardin. ly ml-uk- Some Of The Kentucky Sunday School Association's Activities Maintains a staff of six member who visit every tectlon of the state, deliver addresses to 110,000 people each year, hold conventions, committee meetings, issues 15,000 personal letters a year, circulates 127,-00- 0 leaflets of information. Publishes a monthly magazine of Sunday School news and Association activities. Conducts an annual state-wid- e y School Day Campaign to reach every person in Kentucky with an invitation to attend Sunday School, by which thousands are enlisted each year for Sunday memberGo'to-Sunda- ALL TEACHERS Must Attend Summer School. The County Hoard of Education ha been instructed by the State Department at Frankfort, that all teachers nre required under the new law- - to attend a summer of five weeks duration during the present summer. There will be no summer schools held in Gnrrard county owing to the close proximity to Herea nnd Richmond, where such schools will be held this summer. The rate for the five s, week, we nre Informed by Miss will be nnd these schools will open on June 7th. This will necessitate the closing of nil tho school of the county before that time. A none of the county schools will open before August the live weeks summer school will not interfere with the work. If any of tho teacher nre not able to put up tho tuition fee of $26.00 orders will be taken on tho County Hoard for tho payment. Hig-gin- Christian Church Notes Cradle Roll Day will be observed School next Sunday. Special exercises under the leadership of Mrs. L. G. Davidson will be given at the beginning of the Sunday School hour. These always prove to be very attractive. Sunday It also "Go to- Sunday-SchoDay" when everybody Is expected to go to Sunday School. At the eleven o'clock lervice following, three new elders and three new deacon will be elected. All In all the day will be one on which all members of tho congregation ought to be preient. All others who will come will be cordially welcomed. at the Christian Sunday io N'ext Sudnav Is "Go to Sunday School" dav nnd vou ore cordially In vited to bo present with u. An in teresting program is being arranged for both the S. S. and the preaching service. The pastor will speak on: "What to do With Life's Uurdeni." Qualifies. Mr. James A. Todd of Paint Lick, was In Lancaster last Monday and qualified as administrator of the estate of the late Mary E. Todd. Mr. Todd it a brother of the deceased. School Standard. Schools of Methods for Sunday School Workers, offering specialization courses for worker In each department. Conducts Efficiency Conferences for Association Officers, for the consideration of community problems in religious education. Supervises work of Home Visitations, covering cities, districts, or counties. Leads whole communities to think of the spiritual needs of their childhood through the promotion of "Children's Week." Holds Older Hoys', Older Girls' and Young People's Conferences, helping the young people to enter with enthusiasm and understanding Into active Christian service. Maintains a Traveling Library far the use of Sunday School workers throughout the state. Holds County and District Conventions carrying inspiration and instruction In Sunday School method to ever)' part of the state. Directs the work of more, than one officers who thousand volunteer serve their districts and counties. Promote denominational Sunday ship. Holds The Central Record. Lancastei , Ky., Thursday Apr 28, 92 1 1 In a new size package LUCKY LAND VALUATION CAN BE DOUBLED Improper Utilization of Soil e Agricultural District Is Related. High-Grad- BEST GRADUATION nnrccrc a re Simple And Well PRODUCE The Eggs, Hides, Poultry, etc., and we will In STREAM WASTES MANY ACRES STRIKE vCIGARETTE, Farmer Can Redeem Much Valuable Sell By Regrouping Different Build. Ings Without Sacrificing Convenience. the United Statte Depart mrnt of Arrteultnre.) "Stnnnanl, oti the uext farm, bns of. fered tue 3 acres of land next to the Hue 'enre for $200 un acre. I need more land, and I've half a notlou to tokti the ofTer." The Sunday quirt and the wnrm spring sunshine had lured the farmer and h! visitor to a ierch on the top e fence, where they rail or tiie tell Into rilniloii of United States Department of Agriculture rcMrts, The visitor thought for n moment while hl eye roted across the tint fntiii land before them. "Why pay V.MO an nrrel" he In quired llnally "Wliy not buy the few o nr. ym rrom n man wiio can sell It to you for half as muchl" Land Gets Full Price. "One hundred dollar an acre for farm loud In this country I guess not! IVte, you don't know farm vul ues out ben, Hack In jour New Kng land hilts you may find Intuitu cheap w thnt, but you can't buy u rod of tillable land In this section without paying the full price for Itl" lie laughetl us he subl: "If you enn find S ncrc for sale In this toun ship at the price you mention, I'll buy It provided It Is within .'I miles of my home." "Cloer than that." said the New Knglander cheerfully. "In fact, you're standing ou n art of It right now sitting on It. I mean." "Hut this Is mine already 1" "Of course." retorted the other. It's your cow lane anil you're the man. ou can sell yourself a few acres of form land at SH an acn- les for some of It, perhaps. I taught n few acres from myself last spring, after I bad learned how slm pie the transaction was." The farm owner laid a Una hand on his friend's broad shoulder. 'Quit talking riddles," he warned, "and come out with the story or I'll tip you off Into the nettles 1" 'You can get nit the land you need by making your wasted land produc ou own the wasted land, and tive. you can buy It from yourself at the price of mnklng it tillable; thars what I mean." 'Hut the waste land on this farm can t be made productive. There's only an acre or so In that stony till lock over there and I'm even getting cosh returns from that by planting cherry trees among the stones I" I didn't say 'waste land'; I said wanted land.'" the other reminded him. "Waste land l land made un row-lan- Urfrredly 10 smokers prefer for 10 cis MANYThey'll find that this compact package often Lucky Strike Cigarettes will just suit them. Try them dealers now carry both sizes: 10 for 10 cts; 20for20cts. It's Toasted Out ef Order. Novel Suggestion. "That motion Is out of order," l Restaurant sign In Hutler, Mo, the chairman of a political meeting at "Don't divorce your wife becnue she be caw a rowdy raising his arm ti enn't cook. Eat here and keep her aa throw an egg. Pearson's Weekly. pet. Iioton Trnncrlpt. Snow Manner. Is hei Thli a bannerlike ctrcnm of mow A man once acted as n penceniakcr blown Into tbo air from n mountain between a friend and his wife, and peak, often baring a pinkish color Just to show bow little they cared. and extending horizontally for several neuner oc xnem auenaed his funeral. miles across the sky. Richmond Times-Dispatc- Unappreciated. s-- Deposit Here & Save Your Money 4 ilrst-clns- a We Strive to Serve. CAPITAL $50,000.00 SURPLUS $60,000.00 BANK. good. Sired by "J. Malcombc Forbes" 2.08 (sire sf ltf In the 2.10 list), In conclusion Miss Harriman stat fa half brother to "I'cter the (Jreat" 2.07 ;. sire of ".Miss Harris M." ed thnt nothing is as vitally necessiry for good health ami looks as proper 1.58 U.) He by "Ulngcn" 2.0C.i (sire of "Uhlan" 1.58). Dam Annie Fox posture. All dressing fails unless i'.OUU (dam of C) by Nuthurit 2.12, fnd. Dam "Annie 11." (dam of 7) by Faulconer'a Almont. the body Is carried erect. Itobcrt Gatewood was a successful race horse and should become a -- During the past few years the idea of simplicity, daintiness and modesty in the dresses of girl , uates has been submerged In an effort, to dress them as debutantes, ae-- 1 cording to .Miss Helen llarrinian, field agtmt in clothing from the state college of agriculture nt Lexington who suggests n return to the simple garments which are both attractive nnri durable. The graduation dress can be made most effective if made of white trganriic, voile, dotted swiss or net all of whlcji arc serviceable materials that arc easily denned or laundered and usable for years if made up in a conservative manner. The design Phone us wc want your business. of the dress is most important for the lines which are good on n slender llgure become extremely poor when put on the short, stout girl. Hound or square necks with soft or platted collars are best for girls with thin, firtcs since thce designs give breadth. COMPANY. The round-face- d girl should avoid II. I,. HAG AN, M:r. a coiffure which broadens the face,) and necklines and beads that repeat LANCASTER, KY. ST., STANFORD the curve of her chin. The underwear which is the foun dation of the dress should be made on simple and conservative 'ines and trimmed with neat, durable lace' Countries. Two Help for Budding Songsters. edging or n bit of good hand emScotland and Swltxerlatid rank at A device that records the vibrations broidery. Virious colored under- of the voleo on a phonographic film the lest educated countries In tin garments or ribbions are out of place has been Invented by n frenchman to world. at anytime. Only white should be aid students of slnctng. Ash Leads in Tennis. worn under the graduation dress. ! tennis racket require choice. First American Postal System. As for the camisole with the narrow The first successful postal system ' woods. .Strength Is furnlhed by the houlder straps this garment is neither rim or Ihiw. which Is artistic or healthful and is avoided cts!.llheri In any of the American bentwood or hickory says th Amerl-hwas that of William I'enn.j ally ash by women and girls of refinement, In lftS.1, appointed Henry Walrij ran l'orestry Maeailne of Washing-o- f according to .Miss Harriman. Him Is serviceable but Its apTekonay. to Veep n post and "stip- - ton. The shoes to be worn with the ply pasencrrs with hnrsrs from Mill I pearsnre Is not regarded as equal to graduation dress should be either adelphla tn Newcastle or the Kails ol that of hickory or ash, ami appear-th-e ; soce counts for much. Delaware," white leather or canvass pumps. The high spindle heel is not only un- healthful but out of place and If care 1921. is used n smart but healthful shoe 1921. may be found In the better stores. The stockings should be of good 1- -4 quality white silk or lisle. Colored organdie or voile self- TRIAL 2.02. PACER. trimmed and cut on girlish lines makes a delightful party dress. The This is a high class young stallion, six years old, 1S hands high, hat of a becoming color of organdie dark bay, with tine style, lots of finish, and bred In (he most extreme speed made into a proper shape is always l'nes. well-made PRODUCE t The Highest Market Price for same. & i i HarrflisiBii Ice ranee o. fc "Robert Gatewood" 2.05 CITIZENS NATIONAL LANCASTER. KY. Corner Public Square and Danville Street. Fair Warning. Sometimes. If and when the coming comet colCasey says he doesn't Uke ti Ii t on) body, but It looks to him asU lides with the earth, people falling Judge through space are kindly requested the railroad engineers lead a fast Ufa to keep to the right London Punch. New York Central Macailue. Mankind's Hope Is the Future. We live In the future. Kven the tapplness of the present Is made up mostly of that delightful discontent which tho hope of better things Inspires. J. C Holland. New Source of Paper. rrom a mixture of sugar cane ref use and batnloo fiber n Trinidad planter has succeeded In making a pa per cqunl In quality to the best wood pulp product. LrflSSSSS4 iai r afjrSBa . WE HAVE PUT THE POWER OF He will make the season of 1921 at my stable six miles from on the Lexington Pike, at $20.00 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT. Testimony Remains Un Season due when colt is foaled. A lien will be retained en all colts until shaken. Time i the best test of truth. season Is paid. Not responsible for accidents. story that has Here Is u stood the test of time. It Is a story with a xUnt which will come straight homo tn fhany of ux LANCASTER, KY. W II. Zannne, Crab Orchard SL, Hryantavilte Phone. says: "My kidneys were Irregular In action and the secretions contained sediment. 1 had Sure Sign. Of the Nsw.Mown Hay. pains through my back and sides and The New Zealand black pine, ssys If a man can ojierate a cnh regI I stooped could hardly when fingers and netcr feel tho American Forestry Msgatlne. has with straighten. Finally I uned Doan'a ister pain sore he Is the proprietor of the a faint aroma sucgcMlnc the Kidney Mils, which I procured nt bay. Drug Store, and they pi a ce. Toledo lllarie. Mcltobert" completely relieved mo of all the Olive tn South Africa. State .Flower of Colorado. trouble" The columbine, commonly railed the The wild olive Is found throughout OVKIt Font YKATtS LATKU Mr. Znnone said: 1 gladly confirm nil South Africa, but all attempts to honeysuckle. Is the state Mower of I said In my former endorsement ot Although estsbllsh a successful Industry have Colorado. a natlte of Doan Kidney rills. I hajco very litfailed mi far. Tlte principal drawback Kunqie and Asia, It Is now tle trouble with my kidneys now, but to the Industry Is said to be the pret- throughout the United States and far when I dn I can depend on Doan'a ence of (lie "olive fl," an in-- tl well Into Canada. Lovers of the columhbin fur they always relieve me." known to tho countries lisve endeavored n make It the naI'rlca GOc. at all dealers. inn'i of KuropV. tional flower. et simply aik for o kidney remly Doan'a Kidney Mils tho same that Lan-cast- AFTER FOUR. YEARS great sire. er Lancaster ROBT. FOX new-mow- n ntlve-gnnrln- g Mr Znnone had. Mfrs.. Huffalo, N. Y. Koster-MllburnC- u FIVE YEARS AGO, BACK (!) Arsenate Of Lead Will Kill Tobacco fhls Unconfirmed ft Earned Capital Is Best. In inveatiKutinjr the financial stantlinjr of a man INTO YOUR DOLLAR You remember those days of five years ago when your dollar looked like, a big round cart wheel and it bought you plenty. Brook Wastes Many Acres. Cutworms. get into Cutworms sometime tobacco beds and do considerable lamagc before they are noticed, according to Circular No. 77 published by the Kxtension I)lvUlonof the state college of agriculture nt Lexington. The pests may be de stroyed by spruylnR thoroughly wih arsenate of lead or dustig powdered arsenate oi lean over me pianis. Paris Green should not bo used as it will injure the plants. Well those days are practically restored to you as far as we are concerned. 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 the limit to get it. Now then if you want to save) money here's the place to come. We will pay you the highest market price for your produce and sell to you at the lowest price. We sell for cash. 1 Becker & Ballard i PHONE 27. 1RYANTSVILLE, KENTUCKY. profitable by nature; wasted land Is 'X productive lurid thnt man himself has failed to make use of. That's the difference. "The site of your fhnn business (!) has more to do with your Income than nny other feature. While you've been planting cherry lews among the rocks on n stony acre you've been using this long Inne for no other purKim than ns n jmth for cattle to pasture. You could use the public road almost as conveniently. Tils lane Is right In the heart of your mni land, too. It inut be W)0 yard long and It's it rod wide at least. There's about thrctwrnnrturs of an acre of prime soil right there for the price of taking out one of these fences. I 'And the nmd Imrders your farm for the whole length of your Held. I don't know uhut Use hlgliwiiy laws In tills state nre. but certainly they don't require nil the land thnt lies between in our fence and tho road. Kind out how much the highway encroaches on your land and move your fence up. There' another fnt acre there. "Then there's that Osage orange hedge fence your father planted along the line miming west from the houe. Thnt hedgerow robs you of more land per than nny other fence on the farm, It riot only occupies an acre to every 2tt rod but mirier worthies 20 fwt wide on fir enprdit i side of it. It will be money In I 9 i just ontcrinir business the mercantile UKcncioK nU ways try to find out whether he has earned and saved his own capital, or whether it was Inherited. All business people know that a man who has taken years to save his own capital lias, during that time, formed habits of thrift and learned lessons in economy April Is Good Time To Sow Sweet Clover. Kxrellent results may be obtained by seeding sweet clover In April and May if n good need bed Is prepared, according to Circular No, 00 publish- d by the state college of agriculture at Lexington. After the soil has, and lllrmeri been down as hard as possible with a toiler the seed may be sown with a clover! drill or broadcasted and covered lightly with a harrow and drag.. Seeding In the spring is most sue- -' cessful wlin'i done under good mols- -' turu conditions. In case of dry weather immediately after seeding. the ground may be rolled with a corrugated roller or ; culti-packe- r. that will hulp him ureatiy to succeed where the man whose capital "came easy" would fail. There are many more reasons for saving than the mere nmount of money to be accumulated. Have you started saving yet? I rd The Garrard Bank & Trust Go LANCASTER, KY. sH The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Apr 28. 1921 MASTIC PAINT Ing of April 28th., during which Ok lahoman with bowed head rencatei n creed of loyalty to the American' Mr. Henry C. Ituble wa flag. Tho ceremony w.ii a part of vllle .Saturday. Americanism program in i!25 cities Ham BRYANTSVILLE in Dan 'J under the auplce Legion. In of the American on the Mr. Mr. Are you going to paint this Spring? We have sold MASTIC PAINT for more than 25 years, never finding reason to change to another brand. Ask the man who has used it and buy from the men who are hereto stand behind it. Hanger in the government tervlco the Yomite national park are among the former ervicc men to re ceive charter for pott of the Amcri can Legion. The post, which will be known a Yoaemite No. i!fH, I the firt to be organized In the National Park. The next tate convention of the California Legion will be held in Montgomery ha been lck list. N. T. Grow and children were Danville viiltors Saturday. Mr. A. T. Scott, Jr., made n brief tay in Hazard n few tiny last week. Mr. C. M. Drnn ha been quite 111 but tome better nt thi writing Mr. J. Hogan Hallnrd nnd Mrs. II. C. Hose were In Lexington Thurs1 Yoscmite Valley. day. Mr. II. II. Halcomb spent Tuca-ln- y night with Mr. Chas. F. Rnnkm MoRoberts Drug Store American Legion News The King of Italy loit fourteen Vah., when subjects in Seattle, saluted the Angolo Marin I'avann Stnrs nnd Stripe, and swore allegiance to the United States. He li Mem-hethe, father of twelve children. of the Americanism committee ef Itaincr Post Ne. 1 of the American Legion were in the Federal Court during the naturalization ceremonies and gave pamphlet, to ill newly admitted citizens. The flair of the I.egton KMt ami the American link', guarded by a tollder and tailor In uniform, were dt4uyed on either ide ef the Judge's bench during th mU of the American Lectori may obtain copies of a Memorial Day Service, prepared by the War Camp Service Inc., 1 Madison Ave., New York City. The nme organization will at provide number of a Memorial Day I'ageont, written by Joephine Thro p. Mt Captain Eddie Rwkenbackcr, premier American ace in the Worhl War lay. All Chil-licoth- A Circulating Medium. "Ye village grocer, "I take to keep track of the world' alfair and the big city dallle to keep KHted on what i going on in this country. "Hut don't you take your home paper?" naked, the drummer. "Nope." "Hut you certainly ought to feel interested in local attain." "Oh, I know everything that goes My wife belong on. to the wo man' club nnd three societies, one of my daughters work In the milli nery shop and the other is In the delivery window nt the Kst office. Judge. lr," ikihI the the biff weeklle n Danville. Mr. J. Mnyme Hogan Italian! and Miss Hallnrd were Danville shop up," wa the familiar command given by former service men nt (), More than 100 member of the Kom County post of the g American Legion reponded, shovels and broom to give the city n thorough cleaning. Twenty team of horse, and fifteen dumping truck were borrowed for the work, which wa undertaken by the Legion member because of the city' nv. depleted finance. The clean-ued Chlllicothe 12.000. Motion picture film were made of And Hov Mny There Arel member of a New Harry Kelley, An obi fool In ono who think that Orlram, pint of the American girl smile nt him sho'a Legion, who risked hi life ,everal when n daily in the intereit of the flirting ItiMeml of laughing at him. time Toledo IPJ Legien's campaign for new member in New Orlean. Kelley hung by hi tee from the talleit building, climbed un the highest Hag pole he' could find nml rockeil it until 'it I broke, then he dropped into a netj shoul-derinp prt-tt- per Wednesday. Mr. S. M. Morford of Nicholanville spent Inst Friday with Mr. Martin Ilrogll nnd family. ' Mint Myrtle, I .n lira and Lillian Walt nnd Mr. Wntt were Nicholas- vllle visitors Sunday. c Mr. and Mr. Noel Ilogic of spent Snturdny night with Mrs. Martin Ilrogll. Ntcho-lasvlll- BBBBBBBBBBsWlbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbW aBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB Bjt S iiiiVP5fl 7JBt Jb1bbbbbbbbbbIp ' ibbbbbbbbbbbbbbH bbbTbbbbBbbbbbbH Mr. ami Mr. Mnter Jame were in Lexington Tuciday Your old lire and tubct made rood a, new. firing lhm in and ut ihow you. Il'rndon & Jonri. Mr. nnd Mr. Mat Folger of Somer et hnvc been the guest of their laughter, Mrs. Walter Fain nnd Mr. U. M. Moreliind ami Hourbjn Morclantl BBBBV' BBBBBsl H lt lain. Rev. Iloutln and Messrs. Richard und Walter Conant of Wilmore, were Sunday guest of Mrs. Florence Hal below. VICTIMS RESCUED COLD MEDAL w Miar lurd. Mr. nnd Mr. Henry Kdwards and Mr. Ward of Versailles, spent last Thursday with Mr. and Mrs, J. H. ami former nutemnbile racing driver, from will make an airplane Might Oakland, ("al.. to lndianaplM to atautomobile race tend the there May 3(Mh. The Marion Coun-t- y Council of the Amvrican Legion in Indianapoli, u planning a reception for the air ,ervice legionnaire when he arrive. The ace propose to make the hop in two day,. "White wing, outude and police SQO-mi- T. Y. Cobb, manager of the De iroit Tiger. U n recent recruit ign- - J A. Learned I 'out of! ed by Charit the American Lrgten, in Detroit, Mich. The poit received the fam I him ball player' application through Harry Tuthill, former trainer of the, Tiger team and now football coach . at Wct I'oint. Tuthill hat promt ed that every eligible player on the Tiger team will become ntTlicted with hi home pott of the Legion All wdutry and travel in the state of Oklahoma were stepped for a minute at eleven o'clock on the morn Kidney, liver, bladder nnd uric acid troubles r.ro most dangerous because of their insidious attacks, Heed the first warning they giva that they need attention by takinfl ndwnrd. ADA JONES AT THE SCHOOL AUDITORIUM Mr. nml Mrs. It. I. Ilrown and Miss Stella Mae Grow nttended the opern Twin Ileds" in Lexington Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. John W. Bryant anil Mrs. Fannie Ilrynnt were Sunday guests of Dr nml Mrs. II. H. Mont gomery of Faint Lick. Mrs. II. II. Hnlcomb, Misses Lettie llrondus, Mary Belle Halcomb and Mr. Louis W. Broadus were In Dan ville shopping Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Clint Hill, Mr. nnd Mrs. Cortney Robert ami Mr. and Mrs. Joe Goiney were guests of Mr. John Campbell ami family Sunday. d Thursday Night, May 5th AT 8 P. M. PIANIST, MAGICIAN AND CARTOONIST. Price 50 cents plus 5 cents war tax. Tickets on sale at McRoberts and Stormes Drug Stores. Mr. and Mrs. Marshall tha body against futth.r attack. Thiea slzas, all druggist. laafc fa la hm' GaU MmUI a.ary b aaa .c.M m iautatiaa Th woflJ's standard trmrdjr lot Cuordtr. will often wird oil lhs msm and thu, trnthn VIOLINIST, ONE First Glass Residence In Lancaster, Ky., WILL BE COVERED WITH Bird's Shingle Design Roof 1 AT A SPECIAL INTRODUCTORY PRICE. number of relatives at dinner Sun- lay. Those, present were: Mr. and Mrs. Shi Poor and children of Wilmore, Mr. and Mr. Wm. Dickenion, Mr and Mrs. Letcher Christopher nnd children, of Lancaster. Mr and Mrs. J. Hogan Ballard en tertained a number at dinner Sunday the guests being: Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Uoolfolk and Mis Marguerite Wool-fol- k and Mr. Jane Watkins, of Lexington, Miss Mnyme Ballard, Mrs. K. H. Ballard. Mrs.W. J. Hogan and Sir. Jake Hurnsldc. Mr. James Mayfield died Sunday afternoon nt the home of Mrs. Bet-ti- e Montgomery, after a lingering illness of several weeks of complicated Hseases. He is survived by three brothers, Mr. Sam Mavflcld of Lcx- ngton, Mr. John Mayrlcld of Intl., nnd Mr. Wes Mayfield of III., and one lster. Interment took place in the Mt. Hebron cemetery. Mi Jane Howling of K. C. W. Danville, spent the week-enwith JUDSON her parent. She was accompanied home by Miss. Francis Rogers, of Mr. Jessie McCulley spent Satur Covington and Miss Lucilc Vice, of day night with Mr. Jessie Casey. Owensville. Mr. Clarence Hnrdwlck spent Sat Miss Kliza M. Ison entertained n urday night with Mr. Henry Grimes. Rayburn fnd family were the Sunday guest of Mr and Mrs. James Foster. Misses Ethel nnd Jensvia Lane and Florence Stone were the week-en- d gusts of Mr. and Mr. James Foster. Mrs. Robert Simpson spent a few days recently with Mr nnd Mrs. Hugh Simpson on the Stanford road. Mr. and Mrs. Harrison Ray were entertained Saturday night and Sunday nt the home of Mr. and Mr. Buford Smith. s Mrs. I'atsy Simpson the guest Sunday of her sister, Mrs. L. L. Matthews who is suffering with a sore hand, caused by a nail scratch. Mrs. Nanine Ray entertained a host of friends Sunday In honor of her son, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Ray, of Ohio, nnd her daughters, Virginia nnd Agnes Ray's 17th. birthday. A delllgthful day wa spent and every one left wishing the Misses Ray many more such happy birthdays. About thirty-fiv- e guests par'ook of the bountiful dinner. Mr. Lee Simpson and son, James Kinard were the guests Thursday of Mrs. B. M. Lane. Mrs. B. M. Lane and family were the week end guest of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Simpson. Mr. and Mrs. James Thomas spent a few days recently with Mr. and Mm. Sim Clark. Miss Agnes Bay and Master Onslcy Hay were guests Saturday night of .diss Virginia Bay. Friends of Mrs. I'asty Simpson are ;lad to know she Is able to be out af ter several weeks illness. Misses LIdia Mae and Alice Ray were the pleasant guests Sunday of .Mr. nml .Mrs. Buford Smith. Mrs. Ollle Black nnd little daugh ter, Edna Enrl were the guests Wednesday of Mrs. W. M. Adams. COY WILL THIS RESIDENCE BE YOURS? This roof is absolutely fire safe and very durable. Fits right over an Old Shingle Roof and makes a beautiful job. attractive in appearance. The color is red or green-extremely One owner of a first class residence op a prominent street in Lancaster, Ky., will be given an exceptional proposition. We are taking this method of introducing the Shingle Design Roof. For further information address Citizens Coal and Transfer Incorporated Co. DANVILLE, KY. : Mr. Leota Sander was in Lan caster Saturday shopping. Mrs. Belle Simpson and Mrs. Essie Vaught were in Lancaster shopping Saturday. Miss Delia Mae Murphy Is with her cousin, Mr. Lorie Anderson for a few days. Mr. Jimmlc Simpson was the guest of his cousin, Burton Clouse Saturday night. Mr. and Mr. Bronion Locker were the week-enguets of their son, Mr. and Mrs. Coleman Locker. Mi Jesse Kent was the pleasant guest of her cousin, Miss Moodle Hardin Saturday and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Dlllanl Simpson and children were the pleasant callers of Mir. Lorie Anderson Sunday. Misses Hnllie and Lealla Murphy were afternoon guests 0f Misses Nora and Flora Matthew Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Kverct Anderson are rejoicing over the arrival of a tine baby girl, christened Edna Maris. Mr. and Mrs. Lole Goodloe and chil dren of Richmond, wore with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Murphy Saturday and Sunday. d Chevrolet 490 50,000 I I II ?????????? PAINT LICK GARAGE. M I mi Palat Lick, Ky. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Apr 28 1921 History's Great Men Were Warm Friends llee. l'rlce. will nreach Saturday M. nt 3:00 o'clock and Sunday A. M. 1 1 o'clock. Names Mr. and Irs. Oscar Hendren, of The public constantly bcir-Kv.. An Irfnnt pro. Mndiion county spent Tuclny with imitation, count- Mr. nnd Mrs. Ma! Carter. dlgy thl time of the colored rncf.J swindled by that rebeen discovered In Henderson. J erfeit nnd substituteappearance Mr. nnd Mrs. Wnlter tirow spent has McClure. n negro semble in name and Hoy Wl'llnms Sunday with Mr. nnd Mr. Frank Foley's I loncy and ar Comchl'l i tnlklnir nt four, months ofj pound. It is because the prjgj-na- l (Jrow nnd family nt W'lmore, and Mr. nnd Mrs. Dewey Trice Foley's Uso noil,to reliable "papn'M word He Mid his first nnd so well known that these sons, have been visiting Mr. R. days old. when twenty-nin- e Price nnd family nenr I'nlnt Lick. fraud find si'". He now ay mnny words, calling made Your old tires and tub Alwnja Has l! In His Home plainly for f ml nnd milk, saying O . wtttM: "Ws T J U C. as new. Hrlns; tlirm In and let Tr U "auntie" nnd "mnmn" nnd "papa." uml '.. Il I h.l ilnml iir komt Jf food Hvrndpii & Jones, us show you. Thnt there Is no chuncc of n cmsH. Ill i .. nJ f fl.llr l cinxp r tl ff ckilJ,rn Mr and Mr. I. I Sanders nnd "fake" In connection with the child CM.r Ion hl!'r ,rNitirJ It liol . not fr son, of Crnb Orchard were guesis oi nil who have seen or ftwpl.w lt!ir irewn-a- ptpl onblU. Is the belief of Mr. Hjrnm Ray nnd family Sunday. Foley's him. Henderson physicians are inNV, Sanders and Mr. nnd Mrs. In the cme nnd will examine terested , daughters, spent K.Sunday In !jncas- Mm child. COMI OUNO ter with Mr. nnd Mrs. John banders. The child was born in Corydon, IS PLEASANT TO TAKE, snd year. Ky., on Dec. 12, last Mr. nnd Mrs. Hilly Cotton nnd sooth's the rsa, Inflamed surfaces; Hop. feeling in lh- - family, and Miss Lora Hrown visited the rtiping, iitsnflln Saturday Dress. throsl. II l nude oi ine purrii, irnn-- t relatives nenr Richmond On sad finrtl and Sunday. One cood thing about the modern nt opuies or other harmful drugs Mrs. L M. Crutchfleld and daughsnd cofi larice at much lo make n woman in politics none of the say Imiution of It. ter. Mis. Allelic of Nlcholasvllle have can hide behind her skirt. CynFor lime than thirty ycc returned home after n weeks visit hlann Democrat. Foley's 1 1 out f and Tar hat tx. with Mrs. Hiram Ray. used tsith saliifcction and succ Mr. und Mrs. Hiram Ray, Mrs. A society womnn plans to startle STORMES DRUG STORE Norn Teater. Misses Salllc Lou Tentthe world by appearance on the stnge -First Thought In Druis er and Kthel Ray, Mr. and Mrs. For- lh tlirhts. It's her only chance, nc- LANCASTER, KY. daughters, Nashville Tennessean. cording to the tret Curtis nnd Juss Curtis, of llry- of Cin nntsville and Mr. Appearing without'em no longer does BUCKEYE r.rn. cinnati and Mr. (!eo. Ray were t. Hopklnsville nt the home of Mr. nnd Mr. Mnl Carter sold a cow to Mr. Mrs. Car! Curtis Monday. Up. A Klrby Teater. So Whatever else may happen Dr. Hendrcn nnd Mr. Hasty were Pleasing Mouth. When our country has gone dry, in Lexington Saturday. The tlealng mouth lias dpi that hts port The sailor sUll will have spent last week curve from tliln outer corners to a Miss lner The farmer have his rye nt the middle. Tin sweep ripe fullu with relatives nenr Mnrksbuo"- The cotton still will have Its gin, should ! iipwnrfl tn a line cleft at Nicholnsville, Mr. Raymond Ray of tho middle of the upper Up. A deep The seneonst have its bar, was here Friday with friends. cleft Jut nlHiut the center of the upAnd each of us will have n bier, Mr. nnd Mrs. T. S. Ploratt visited per Up li one of tho rvcognlied marks No mntler where we arc. of beauty l'rince Ruppcr (B. C.) Resources. relatives near Richmond Sunday. Baby Talks At Age Of Four Months. It Eur T 1 STRONG APPEAL Slatted Bottom Coop l Imitate For Starving China. The Onrrard Hank & Will Break Setters Up Quickly. Prevent the broody hen from re maining on the nest over night and CO Of get her Into n slatted-bottoTas loon ns poslblr If she It te be broken up quickly and returned te Is the ail- the flock as an vice of poultry specialists from the stnte college of agriculture at Lex ington to farmers who vlh to discourage broodlness en the part of their hens at this time of the year. The hens return to laying may be hnsteneil by giving her i full feed of grain and mash aleng with plenty of water during the time that she Is hi the broody coop. A simple broody coop may be made by hanging n shipping erale bottom side up under a trco and placing roofing paper over It far a covering. promptly, If taken from the placed in such n coop and given a full feed of gjaln, iiHwh anil wsiter the average hen should return t laying wtthln a week. n egg-lnye- r, of theThoroighbred annual taring season of thoroughbred racing will soon N? at It height In Kentucky, nnJ there Is every trituration that lntervt In tlio famous old irt. this jeur, will surpass any of the das that hate pane tefore. Chief among lh perennial nltrnr Hons of thoroughbred racing I. Its The Kilno democracy. for u thorough-i.r- l All tda lias Ills charms just n he Old In the day of (iirse The Washington and Andrew Jaffcson. Ibith Uicko presidents of ! I'nlted States were great lotera of the thoroughbred ami lojal ttupportera of of horse ruclng. Xhey bred the and raced tholr own horses, utid records the fJcl that tho former acted a a Judge at tho Newmarket on one ocCourse, Cliarlcrtim, S. casion. Washington, as we all know, was a noted horseman, who enjoyed ht spirited thoroughbred for riding and hunting through tho field until cry late lu life, and his stable hnd a reputation for the number and quality of the horses It contained. Andrew Jackson was un enthusiastic tmtrnn of horse rnclng long before he tiwamc president. Ho maintained a stable, which Included formidable Truxton, a horn; of which he wa proud, und with which he won the famous mutch wcv for f.i"0 against (IrejhiKind. After his Inauguration an president, he brought hU boric to the Citpttol, and In 1S.H trained them lu ierauii, Vice- President nud Mrs. Van Iluren often being pre-uto witness the morning work-ou- t of the horses personally, superintended by the president, with characteristic Inmetuoaltv and nlalti speech, for "Old Hickory," us history records, "had a teroiHT of bis own." Course, located The Washington alxmt two mile from tho Capital, was built In INC The Jockey Club, under whine auspices It wu ueratcd, numbered among lu memlers the most dl li.nl vp nii-i- i of affairs of the day. itaclng was regularly Mtlended b) the to Van from Jeffor-mpresidents, ltun-n- . On olio occasion John ouinc) Adams walked to and from the course. surrounded by the equipages of Uie wealthy. Washington und Jack son." writes one leading commentator, -arn oianinles of tho fondnos.i that great statesmen unil military men hnvo mi generally entertained for tho hor?o und port of tho turf. Though equally bold nnd aggrosslve riders In tho Cineral Jacksna was the more successful on the course. The racing annals of tho west record Ills numerous victories, und according to the anecdotes which ure told of htm, he sometimes Intimidated bis adversaries of tho boldness of defiance, where he might not have won by tho speed or bottom of Ws homo. Odd of CcDcral Jackson's closest friends was lite Iter. II. M. Crjcr, a minister of the Methodist Kpbtcopal riinrrh. who was u breeder of thoroughbred bones and who raced i.n nf them In the namo of his luirt ner. Col. Goo. Klllott. The rverend gentleman, having been charged with horse racing, s summoned before the tribunal ami asked If iie bad any thine to sar In bis defense: "nothing. was his reply, "except, that I would like to bare you let me know how- I can arrange It for my half of the horse to stand In the stable while Col. llott's half la racing. The horse belongs to us Jointly. He has the same richt to control him that I have: und be will race bun und I cannot keep hi m from It" Needless to add, Mr. Cryer wus duly Trutt Co.( Lincaiter, Ky. . ft -- i.fl . V - n'r p tJ. t Honey and Tar prt C Woman's con-tai- ra-cn- ls "The Information that'eomes to u from United States Minister, Charles li. francs, head of the China Relief Commission I to the effect that the ravags of Wits famine together with plagues is sweeping its subsequent thousands of the silent suflcrcri Into s He says that boyoml. the nro sent mltUon of d!lar. from America that five or possibly clx million people cannot slam! the famine nnd plagues nnu will nerlsh. "We have nttemptwl to form or ganizations in every sectlor or the State to rnUe fund for this purpose. In order to facilitate the collection f money we will ask you to permit the hanging of a poster somewhere In vnur bank thnt will call attention to the fact that you are willing to receive nnd forward funds donated far thl tiuntene. Many of the bsnks in this in the state are way and we thought pernaps It weuiu help if the poster which we are send cnt tin-let- tt ,or Cheer Init You could lie placed conspicuous Mr. John Jackson is m the stok I :n vnur bank for the next six thecollco- - itst. weeks during which Urne Mrs. Ollle Lane s quite sfck at thu tion will continue In this State." thU ewrteiy 1 writing. Thanking , Mr. and Mrs. I.ee Orw am! am cvraMly yours. Vi in Je- Seott anil lUvim were Jsicrih l Hurge, MT. jlKHROX yu fr nt Sunday. Anv cheek left wWs us will be raminc Mr. II. ,V." Duncan of HryastHH-illas below: forwarded igrt with Mr. and J. V. Hhtiere Cashier. spent Saturday Dean. Mrs. Ilarrtacn ynb4 to Joseph Make checks ws, I.ogan Mr. Cssm. CohiIi.t Famine China e Treasurer. fund, Room l Hoard of Trade l.ruisv.Ke, Kj Hldg, Hryalnsvllle. spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. M. 1. Montgomery. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Vjisderpo! ami rhililron of I.xisgt)H. wr witk Mr. Ernest Montcomry aal family Sjn-daf y ad I'raf. Otit llronn TsyWcsvill. 1 aUtHsdosi Uic K. 1 A. at UahrVlOe bU vreok aajd Sfiosit with Ma he wk--d wuet, tur "Ci-noral-s motorist m A Mr. IrviMc ertte tsmli ,rt Ihmcm rnd sam. Kv- Scott, of ImimsmmMk are tke of hU siHor Mrs. Hftrrtson sm! Hi-I- who mi ft I otoor relatiTos hern. Mr. nod Mrs. HrumtieJd. da ashler. Loreoe sod son. Mi Vslma Tliomtt- wer in son and Mrs. A. S. Dean 'lhohvdfe Saturday. Mayfiald. MayfteW detnrted Uim life Sunday morning fter a few days Ml- with pneumonia, at the home ! Mrs. lle,tJ Montgomery near Hry- Mr. 11 Jas gues sing about tires ALONG about thisgetting nowadays. The U. S. Tire following embraces two kinds of tire buyers. Those who started with quality first, and have never "bought anything else but the quality standard tire. Those who came to quality first only after dabbling with "bargains," "rebates," "job lot" and "surplus stock vtires. Getting one hundred cents value on the dollar in tire not business proposition buying is a straight-forwar- d wits. or a game of guess-wor- k the The most essential man for you to know today isfull,, is concenrrarn on a local U. S.Tire dealer who completely sized line of U. S. Tires. He gets hisU. S. Tires straight frdfh his neighboring U. S. Tire Factory Branch one of 92 such Branches established and maintained all over the country by the U. S. Tire makers. He is the man who can give you fresh, live tiresnot stuff shipped to him from some point where it did not sell, but nev tires of current production. Giving the same quality.selection nnd the owner of the medium weight car as the big car to owner gets. With equal service and buying opportunity whether he lives in the smaller localities or the greater centers of population. price-advanta- ge . spent moi sf ag and had of hit life in this county, lie was a member of tho Baptist rhurch at this plate am! uas a faith ful attendant until recent years when his health and the distance from thurch would not permit him to He leaves trec brothers, Messrs. Aam May field of Lexington, John Maytleld of Chicago and Isaac May. f.eld of California nnd one sister, Mrs. Mollle Waters of Lexington. Funeral services were held at the ML Hebron church Monday after noon at 3 o'clock by Itev. II. A. Dawes, Interment following in the ceme He wsm 74 years time of year a man finds his motor- anxious about their tires. With folks expecting old tires to "pop" any minute, there comes the question of what kind of new ones to buy. ' U. S. Tires are answering a lot of questions like this THE U. S. NOBBY TREAD tha goinft Is specially baa vy with snow4 mud or sand, in hilly country whara miilmum traction on th load is a (actor, no othar Urs trtad ytt davisad Is quits so afWctivs, or to wholly approved by motoring opinion, as tha U. S. Nobby Traad. lis vary simplicity two diagonal ro s of oblong siuds, Interlocking in thair grip on tha raid la tha rasutt ol all tha yaars ol U. S. Rubbar with ovary typa cf road tha worlJ ovar. Vhtt tery here. POOR RIDGE. admitted. The utter absence of prejudice against the turf In curlier days brings Into sharp contrast our sporadic 1st agitations lu disapproval. Fur exuu.rlf. It Is mentioned in the 17-1- Mrs. Gilbert Fuel has been HI. Miss Maggie II. Hurt it very lit at this writing. Mrs Dan Kay spent Saturday with Mrs. I. A. Simpson. Mrs. It. H. Preston spent Sunday with Mrs. S. Newby. Mr. nnd Mrs. Harrison Hay were d ecent visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Ilu-or- Catholic Churchman, published at An napolls In that umoug the lejltl- aiate pastimes op the population which met with the approval of the church Itself, wus the now one of ruclng honx-s- , which had gruwu to be highly the counpopular umoug the gentry-otry. However, we of today, have every reason to believe that the turf Is on the eve of a greater measure of topu-la- r support than It has received lu a decade net otily as u matter of hcultlt-fentertainment but also because of Its linixirtauce as au ad lunrt to the Induatrr of breeding thoroughbred horses for lu supplying the urtny with cavalry mounts and other highly utilitarian purpose r u-- ul ' still. It Mloht B Worth Trylna. If men wero ns perfect as their wires expect them to be. their wires would all die of ennui. noston imn script. , row "It la Saoir moil (iMiidi ma la-J- r in fit Tin Oitkt.'' Not So Sure. 1 ' IHonkiniville New Era.) telling: Here's one Odle Davis An elderly man was persuaded by cne of his sons to go with htm to a football. The son, Intent upon Riving his father n good time, had bought two seats In the grandstand. "Now," said the son, Joyfully, 111 see more excitement for your $5 than you've ever seen be-- 1 Tires United States Company United States Rubber , lore. The old man grunted. "I don't know so much about that," he said dismally. "Two was all I paid for my marriage ' license." dol-la- Haselden Bros.' Garage, Lancaster. Ky. Becker & Ballard, Bryantsville, Ky. Paint Lick Garage, Paint Lick Ky. rs Smith. Misses Christine and Olivia Pres-o- n spent Sunday with Mrs. 11 HI Whlttakcr. Mr. Wm. Whlttaker sold two hound dogs to Mr. J. F. Katiner price $110. Mr. Harvev Rav scent Saturday night and Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Jnmcs Sanders. Miss Haze! Preston spent Saturday night nm! Sunday with Miss Law- ience Whlttakcr. Mr. and Mrs. John Hicks and chll-re- n spent Sunday with Mr. nnd -- Irs. Cleo Ray. Mr. and Mrs. Henrv Sebaitaln spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Ray. nionu nurcneii. Mr. ud Mnn. Harris Teater and baby were tho guests of Mr. and Mrs. Preston Snyder Sunday. Mr. Orear Whlttaker spent Saturday night and Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Klbert Chandler In Mudlson tounty. Mr. and Mrs. Ike Duncan and children nnd Miss Ida Speake were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. James Sanders Mr. and Mrs. J. I. Isabel and Misses liernlce and llestle Teater and Mr. McKllney Isabel spent Sunday with Mr. nnd Mrs. Fred Simpson. , I i fin i h si i m iy ml "yfir nil 1 1 mssnt The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Apr 28, 1921 Farm And Home Newt From Over Kentucky A Campbell county ha two more and Lucy Turner were visitor Saturv Coun- at a delightful dinner Sunday to Mr. club, according to a report of community club at Todds Point Shelby county, recently Rave a fiddlers contest In cooperation with Mrs. Mary Harbison, county home demonstration itent and reallied a pro-J- it of 100.00 which will be used to the community ichool Improve grounds. Seventeen Cnllowny county lioyi, member of the Klrcy Junior Agent J. II .(innlncr recnntly Far Expectant Mother enjoyed a camping nnd fllshlnir trip. Klcht Taylor county farmer have Tmee Ieieiatmns with County M,, MSUIt a?M,MM agreed to ,M U,f . Atuau. . Agent J. - Miller in conducting santis Btseuret Co Dirt. demonstration with soybean. Tin bentu wilt be planted In corn and GUY. then housed off In the fall. Corn i Mr. Harry I. Iticc pcnt Sunday under similar condition last year returned the farmer of that county In Lexington. $'.'.0(1 per bushel nt the local price Mr. Henry Tuttle ha returned home after a visit with Harboursville of pork. KlKhtecn Henderson county wo- relative. men attended the third meeting of Mrs. J. W. Mill of Madison, spent being (he past week visiting Mr. ami Mrs. the clothing efficiency which conducted by Miss Mar'on K. Tyler, A. N. Merida. home demonstration KcnL InstrucMr and Mr. J. I'. Foley and Mis tion In the coure ii being given by Mollie Ilirncs spent Monday with MIm Helen llarriman, of the state Kichmond friends. college of ngriculture. Mrs. Mlley lleailey and baby and Ilnnks of Henderson county coDorothy Ilcazlcy visited Mrs. V. Ml operating with CounO' Agent I). Wm. Kir.iW Saturday. Martin have arranged to furnith 00 Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Lewi left Fripig tn junior agricultural c'ub memday for Woodford, where they will ber of that county. Approximately lfi Marion county t make their ,future borne. I - . mm isuuun anilI with farmer who are ir unu iir. T .ir will Karl loolin motored to Lexington County Agent I! J Chddcr plant soybeans on their farm thus Wednesday for the day .Mines Anna Mae and I ' .an Kidd ar Agri-County ty Agent P. II. Link. Ono I a junior agricultural club for boy and girl and the other n tewing club for women and girl. Twenty Craves county boy and glrU recently became member of a junior agricultural club which wat formed In the Kama community by County Agent II. II. Mitchell. Hci It M0D l-- I- day of Flatwood friend. Mr. and Mr. John Prather were Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Iluben Prather of McCreary. Your old tlrri and tub, mado good as naw. firing them In and Jonas, u, show jrou. Ilerndon Mr. and Mr. Wm. Lane nnd family were visitor at Buckeye Sunday visiting Mr. and Mr. John Lane. Mr and Mrs. J. I Vontl and two son were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Milton Ward and Mrs. C. It. Henry. Mr. Wm. Walker, Mlscs Flonnle Mae and Savanah Lane, were Tuesday visitor of Mrs. Kdd Kurtr and lt 1 nml mi'inltcr of lln Wlnmiln Mve Stuck V, asmiclatliin, Andrew Hopkins, until It sfiretnry. maknt the folloulni; tatttnnt: "It truly Is a uoti'Hortliy fact that wlierr Mvr stock foniiltie lias attained a lilKli Wm. Dailey. standard of purfm-tlothen also hmt Lewis Harnes. cltln'nnlilp attained an iiiually lilsli Mesdames W. J. Homnns and ColeAshing party went to stondanl. An Intflllsent mntnet with On Tuesday a man Oulley were Friday guests of Conn's pond on the Kichmond road fann nnlmaM ntuay ha nnd alwa) Mr. and Mrs. W, T. Sutton and Mr. and were dinner guests of Mrs. John will Inturn iuallty In thr men; and Carrie Davidson. llroaddus and daughters, Misses An- a closer klnMilp with tli hotter stindy hrlni forth fnilt tint Jet Mr. and Mrs. Tom Doolin and na Mae and Lldia. The dinner was Oetirrnl (tlurutlnti, honety daughters, Cora nnd Flora, spent delicious in every detail, the Misses of purj)ie. rlcliteoii llvlnif. ulture. Droaddus being noted as being able Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Wm. to prepare a feast good enough for Hume, of Nina. a king. The day being cool the finMr. A. N'. Merida and mother, ny tribe refused to bite much. Mr. Mm. Sams, spent the Tom Ward, Master Geo. Yantls and Mr. and Mrs. Oreen Morgan of the Mrs. C. It. Henry being tho lucky Falls Lick road. one that caught the most. The folMr. and Mrs. It. II. Ward and three lowing composed the party and enlittle son, of Klrksville were recent joyed the day to it fullest: Mr. Tom visitors of Mm. C. It. Henry and Mr. Ward, Mr. C. It. Henry and children, Mrs. Miley Heazley and baby, Mrs. nnd Mr. Milton Ward. littTc daughAlford Poynter and daughter, Marcus White and three Mr. ters. Mr. and Mrs. Wm Clark, Mrs. (lady and son, Master Ca!v!n, were Coy, Mr. and Mrs. James I visitor from Tuesday until Thursday Amanda Ynnti and sons, Geo. and Herschvl, visiting Mr. nnd Mrs. Green Poynter Misses Anna Mae and L.d.a Ilroad-duof I inroln. Dorothy Heazley and Anja Sir and Mr. John K.dd were Lost . week-cndVvls, and Mrs. Wm. Iiames, Mr and Mr. John Osborn, Mr. and Mrs, Tom Turner, Misses Lee Anna anf Nolle Turner. Great sympathy Is felt for Mr. and Mrs. Jess White in the death of their four year old son, Jess, Jr., who died at C P. M. Saturday afternoon of diphtheria and wa buried at ML Hebron Sunday. Those that attended the burial of Mr. C. Y. Foley, Jr., Tuesday from here were Mr. nnd Mr. J, P. Foley, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Turner. Mr. nnd Mrs. Wm. llarnes, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Turner, Mr. and Mr. Kdd Ilakcr, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Yater, Miss Lucy Turner, Messrs. Floyd, Tom and Live Stock Facts L GREAT Inttlllatnt imal AID TO DON'T hatch pullet from my SINGLE COMB BROWN EGGS LEGHORN t if you objeet to gathering the egg next winter. GtorRo do It. 16 for $1. 100 for $5-C- atb CITIZENSHIP ConUet With Farm AnAlways Will Inaur Quality In th Farmtr. ttparl-mn- IIreparrJ by lh t'nltnl Klalea of Arrlcuttur In a int'.onasi' lo tlm dln-ctor- s It ERLE C. FARRA lloir. 173. Lancaster, Ky. For Up-To-Da- te Plumbing, Heating, Guttering, Roofing, Repairing, and all kinds of Tin Work SEE OR PHONE P, B, Williams Lancaster, Ky. Quick Service and Good Work BBSs . Cattle and Corn A Good Combina- r XT J. . tJJievJ cr Pattern Defender, Grand Champion Duroc Hog, owned by McKee Bros., fed and conditioned on Tuxedo Hog Ration PATTUS OUIS DIM tion In Profitable Farming, nnd relli'loti hate Limits the mo-i- t Pompes PlllarT roiilliiliilltles In irokres In I l.c In The famous )lilch fUcll!zi'iit Muck fanning tu" neighborhood column stnnds on th an of Alexandria, lieen inoit pelienilly purrnit!." The l'nlte Knites Depurtinriit of eminence about l.wi feet south of the Aerlculture ha rerelvtMl n copy itf walls. It Is supposed to have been Mr. Hopkins' reeuiiimelHlatlnii for tV built tn comincmorato the conquest of Alexandria hy Diocletian In LTO A. D. future ileiel!tiioit of the llvp tt-Industry In WlMSHiMti. Thee jxiliit out thut tockitieii M. S. 'nay well Mtfc to IncroflH their ktoek: (1) hy itlscanl-liit- : from Inferior iinlmuK ('.') hy utrencth-etiln- s their orpHliltalliHi.H. (.1) by In buylns lirn DENTIST nnd selllns, (4) hy if.mlintlne iseae, Ottic orar Tha Garrard Bank. (5) by cupjiortlMC hoy' and ctrln eluli Office 5. Rasldenca 376. work. (0) by stuiljlnc live tock mid Phones KENTUCKY. milk marketing. (T) hy lnUtlre upm LANCASTER, tnor stuMllzel tnnrkvtx, ami (S) working for tho proper roliitlon the price palil the producer ami that paid hy the consumer. n"-tu- lle HATFIELD 4fe Exclusive. Optometrist 1 J.J.Byrne IMPROVEMENT OF PUREBRE0S iU..t HUm amiu H,Km Fmm mt S'mmmllmt. T--ml A.", . , firm mrifmt ifTmUr mtmd mmi Ihm, m MM Feeding value of Tuxedo Hog Ration higher than we guarantee Wc guarantee Tuxedo Hog Ration fat. protein. 3.5 to contain 14.5 fibre. carbohydrates, and 7 55 The Kentucky Agricultural Experiment Station in an analysis of an open marprotein. ket sample found 18.13 4.63 fat. and 6.10 fibre. No won-dhogs gain a full pound of weight on the average for every 5 lbs., of Tuxedo 1 log Ration fed (some tests show I lb., of gain for every 2 lbs. fed) and at' the rate of I pound or more a Sain One lot gained 2.17 lbs. per head per day. Tuxedo I log Ration is rich in all the essential elements of a properly balanced feed. er Helps Virginia Farmer Gradually Quality of Stock by Using Those of Superior Type. Of l.M head of live htock on a farm In Stieimmlonli county. Viu all hut fire nre of pure breeding, the I'nliwl StatM Department of AKrlculture Is advised. Cattle and swine nre the principal classes of animal kept. In participating In the "letter Sire campaign, the owner Itetter SliK-kof thee niilmal htntes that he all Inferior and surplus hogx, keplng none for breeding that can not "I castrated "0 In one be registered. ilny." he nhln. "Three of theso were gnotl enough yearling boars to head tnoH henU." Hy keeping only ttoe nulmnU for breetllng which nre of " can-trat- es DANVILLE, - KENTUCKY. Opposite Gilcher Hotel. OfcTlce Hours B to 12 and to 5 p.sa. -- TV, MtKaa Bros, writ, ua tut j a DuM Cm, W, rtr Cm-- .., ( I ) mmmek IhmIM. mUt'.tklUlimlflUtUmT iimml mmm i-- ml llu nt tm tit Vwtmiitmlu. H' mrt Clm. llttit ml Smm . ttl tU Mi moTm'mU m4 M. iaimmmi Hi A'm, If MV Wml Am IN 1 iJBOQ liw v WW-J-pt4 tukfmt 4 VmUtm. -i Ctmni mil ptmm mt Cm Fit. fit Cmtllt Mno. It Can Slt Fur. mrj FtmttJt FmH Aim limt J. A. Beazlev MINERAL DIRECTOR Oftlce Over National Hank. Itesldcnce t'hona 3. Ofllce Phone 27 LANCASTER. KY. mt Dr. Printus Walker iMltMfllrf lili Lit. mmH mt lit SOU tin iwaii 4 Hf .m. it ht4 ltd rtm " Tuimim Hfi Stfvd.MiKmBm. Imjiroi-lti- tyjo. this farmer Is gradually the quality of stock on bis Call VETERINARIAN. Answered Promptly Day or Nliht. Phona 317. KENTUCKY fann. CONSIDERING OATS FOR HOGS LANCASTER. Tuxedo Hog Ration is the chosen feed of big hog raisers all over the country. It is the perfectly balanced feed that has proven by test and by experience to be the best ration for putting weight on feeder, for conditioning show animals, for giving breeding stock health, vigor, and vitality, and for building up bone, muscle and size v onyoung growing hogs. ovti-IttJi- Tost proves fast, economical gains mad by Tuiedo Hog Ration rtRST Lor Hot i purthattd D.i, N.TulVu An. April 27 41 Not Worth While Unless Selling for f as Much Less Than Per Bushel as Corn, One-Hal- Hoi, told 30 Price 96.6 Ik JSK00 6)2.50 it. per IA1 Amai Tht prrfKt bthnce cf til nrrdcJ food ekmrnts liuurrs study growth and Iwallhy itrenfth brciut tht rumsli' sppttilrt tit notr injurtd by ci a litton. I Igi tre tlwtyi Tuitdo I lot Rttwn. The Ktlrs show )ou tht profit in fttdint Tuitdo Hog Itttion. Your hogs' mlt t hrttitr wriiht tt bvtr coil thtn with tnjr otrxr Iced. 5ow (trtow mort (net. bigger pi. stronger pigs, tnd ititt more pigs to tht litter taken led on Tuicdo Hog llttion. Mr.T. W. lltUIy of Ludlow. Kv. writes -- listing hd coniidtrtUt tiperientc in feeding hogs, I ua gUd to be tblt to sttlt thtt I bate tecurtd some tiy ticcllent rcsJtt in uiing vur Tuitdo Hog Kttion. I hit it tipctitly lot the oung pigs from the tunc they trt wctntd. Is they grow fait anil do wtll on it. I hate stxuitd cry ttononucal gains with )our hci (tint J 590 lit. In 9 i or 1.6 Jjy per hi J. l'..4uJI)7JlU Tu,tJillHrUtiMQ 41 tf.-y- Miy6 41 4SU III 15c lmtiiMlMi OOCmi tUNItl.St -- U a Sat in im-i- - (uiMt toill, iiib 2.7 iMiJl! jw mi imii lit. jttJ pttJuttJ ,.MiS I tw. - $M .; ci t oj. i ib. 0i.. 11101 li. efpoti. SCCONO LOT Hoes purchased May I) 25 1660 66.4 15c $20.() Hon told 20M .6 15c 313.50 May 22 25 25 h.J (ilntj 4)0 lit. In 9 Jrjt cr 1.9 li. pit per kttJ. jy r,ikuJ. IJU3IU.Ti.illiRik I41MI1IM - A a general rule It I not worth while to consider oats ns n feed for bogs unless they uro selling for Ies a much per huhet a than one-hacom. In case the hogs are Jelug carried along rather sloly, howeergor . the tanknge Is extremely It may be worth white to feed ns much as a pound of oats er pig dally. In nny case continue to deKnd chiefly on com nnd tankage, feeding at least two r three parts of corn for each part of oats and at least of n pound of tankago per pig dully. lf high-pricedh Heat In City. In tho city the sun's rays hit the sidewalk and bound back In your face If there are no trees or crass around to absorb some of the heat, the temperature I several decree hi cher than In the country. Farmers Losing Millions in Scrub Live Stock Attend and take part in Farmers Better Sire Sales Bourbon Stock Yards Louisville, Ky. June 2nd 200 pure bred rcfiiitcred bulls will be sold at oucticn. The sale is held strictly to improve the quality of live stock in Kentucky. Bid ding limited to farmers. You make your ovn price. Movement backed by U. S. Government. University of Kentucky, Collej cf Agriculture, Governor of Kentucky", 'Kentucky Pure Bred LiveStock Association and Louisville- - LWe Stock Exchange. EWES NEED AMPLE EXERCISE Excellent Plan to Scatter Rough Feed, Away From Shed and Let Them Pick It Over. No matter hw well they aru cared, for, If they do not have ample exercl tlie ewe are likely to have very unthrifty lumhs. An excellent way to exorcist the flock Is to scatter out some rough feed uway from the ahed every day, and (lermlt them to pick It over. re.it iM leei" Riij-mvi- Mt IIS. Get Heavier, Healthier Hogs Better Breeding Stock Larger, Sttonger Litters Feed Tuxedo Hog Ration TuxtJo Ihg Ration it made hy The Early & Danitl Company, matrsoj Tuxedo Chop, Eft Mash, etc., Sold by your total dealer. If he cannot supply you, it rite us for name of nearest dealer, Mm - U M- -l H IM u.t I 111 S.ftl 4W ib, (mmi jnw. i ib. S01I4. IMm iiiamtlSII lu.uK2.) 11. Mi f. II J W M-- lit. tJfttJfttJjttJ 1 oM THIRD LOr Tuxedo NOI RATION Mto ) 0- - -- TtttLni 5 ho0 (or 2 1 day, lioit parchutd 5 I7S 15c I33JO 6M Mi W l!oisio!d Jt,i or 2.17 lit. per Jsj rnJkMjSIU.TkJltRttiMttlt3pnct CilniJ talk II10I IM( M IMtiMCMi I.M 2 tit. Janei: 5 1153 250 Hi. In 24 220 15c 172.50 FEEDING ROUGHAGE TO SOWS Care Should 8 Taken by Fanner That It I Bright, Nutritious and Free From Mold. Under no com!ltUri 'should a brood sow be fed uiHin any rougbagn which Is not bright, nutritious nnd fre from smut or mold. She does not tvllah or ttirlvo qn such Inferior feed. It Is very opt to can mi wvere digestive troubles, aud tsay lead to the loss of her llttur. U . s THE EARLY & DANIEL COMPANY INCOHPO RATED lu suj ! Hl'asWsi4 , ssjaliotsh ! CINCINNATI, OHIO ,j jl U4 u" tl) 51 Im lfi. I ftoJutJ U, ,fiotk IIMI 3J1, Writ today for full par tkulara and free chart from pure bred. Address W. S. BELL, President LMfsvWc Lfvt Stick ExckMit LOUISVILLE, KY. skewing iacrssase in profit ttlt'tsW-'Hf- t W5W Smli Autml 1 1. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky.. Thursday Apr 28. 1921 i in ifimi i 1 nt irirsv - - - r I Opportunity M two extremes. : . We are offerlngqulte a reduction in prices on Before And After. When a fellow is courting a I'irl he is more thnn careful of what lie says to her in public, lie is a Chesterfield in politeness, and is quick to anticipate her wishes nnd her tlcsires. There is a reason, n very potent one. She is her own mistress and can tell him to 'move on" when he fails to measure up to her standard. But after the minister has received his fee it is dilfercnt. She is tied to him, is nt his mercy, nnd in ninny respects h helpless. She hns the same feelings, the same ambitions, the same sensibilities nnd desires that she had before, but she is not free to exercise them as she .vould if she were single again, lor thoughts may travel afar, tut her material world is re- "tricted to his shadow. Her future is as he makes it, or mars it. Her life becomes a dream of bliss, or an agony of misery, as he elects. Most men mean well toward their wives throughout the years of their association. They nve no desire to pain or them in public or in privnte life. They simply become careless, often inattentive, sometimes indiirercnt. The courting period seldom lasts. It is when these things occur in public that the women suffers the most. They cannot be explained, for Miere is no She is humiliated excuse. without redress. She wan born in sulfering, Mid suffering clings to her Mirough life. It is the way of the world, but the way might be bettor. 1 te Lancaster School Notes to get back, although they said that they had enjoyed themselves very much. The school will have some ery hard work from now until the end of school nnd therefore will be Vept very busy for the next few weeks. WMISSHOLLADAY'SCANDIESU 73 FARM WAGONS' BUGGIES, CORN IMPURE U FOOD () Pi X PLANTERS, HARROWS. CORN DRILLS. DISC DRAG The school work was resumed CO Monday after n very lellghtful holi ay. All the teachers socmen ginu z Never makes a good stomach. It injures them Instead. 2 pi o H HARROWS. OUR FOOD IS PURE furnishes the nourishment that puts health and strength in your It ici CULTIPACKERS. CULTIVATORS. Get our prices on j Mixed Paint, White Lead, Linseed Oil, Turpentine, etc. WE WILL SAVE YOU MONEY CONN BEOS. "Live and Let Live Folks." DC DC1LJ lJG $1.50 3E The Central Record li.u.d Weakly. Y.r. Payable In Advanca. J. E. ROBINSON. Editor. R. L .ELKIN. Local Editor and Mgr. In Lan- Entered nt the Post Office caster, Ky., at Second-Clas- s Matter. Mail r Porn' am AtJvrrtiVififf Rrcf rfnUtiV 'HK53 ASSOCIATION THE AMERICAN Uncajltr, Ky., April 28, 1921 Announcements. authorized to announce tha candidacy of E. V. Puryear succeed himself in the office of Commonwealth's Attorney for this dis trict, subject to the action of the Democratic Primary, August C, 1021. We arc Mass Meeting TO THE DEMOCRATS BARD COUNTY: OF GAB, The Democratic County Executive Committee of Garrard County has been called to meet in Lancaster, Ky., at the Circuit Court Room on Saturday afternoon at 2:30 P. M.. April 30th., to consider matters nnd nil matters that may affect the in- terest of the party at this time. All Rood democrats who are interested in the success of the party in Garrard county are invited to be present to advise with the committee on this occasion. Tho committee and the democrats assembled will probably be asked to endorse n candidate for sheriff, county clerk, and the legislature and take such action on all party matters as may bo deemed best for the party at this time. J. E. ROBINSO.V, Chairman Dem. Co. Ex. Com. Our Two Extremes. Two great organizations of the American people are nt nnd work again congress bnsebnll. Congress represents to us the serious side of life, the source from which spring the Inws nnd the revenue that enable us to function as a people governed by the people. There nre many good sena tors nnd congressmen, nnd doubtless there are some who are not so good. They have performed much constructive work in the past, and some that is indifferent in its value. We take them as we find them and arc thankful that they are as good as they arc. They might bo worse. IJaseball is the national valve. It is through the popular game that men with red blood find n vent for their pent up enthusiasm, or an hour of relaxation from the burdensome cares of life. Baseball has sprung from a humble beginning to an emin-tne- e that almost staggers tho conception of the human mind. It came up with the glories of n rocket, and nlmost collapsed with the thud of n dud. There nre honest and players who nre an honor to their profession, nnd exposure hns disclosed n ring of grafting shysters. Conirress is on trial, ns it has always been. Baseball is in the balance, ns it has never been before. May justice and right guide their minds and their hearts and their hands, in the oppor tunities that nre before them, to the end that the airairs of government ay be so satisfactorily adjusted nnd attuned that the call of the diamond may find us in a frame of mind capable of enjoying to the fullest the pleasures that emanate from the field of tho ball and the bat. bril-Hnnt The l.ancastcr High School Bac-Inl- l players Journeyed to Nicholas-vill- e On Thurs- Ui two days last week. day they played Nleholaiville High, this was a victory for L. H. S the wore being 8 to 0. Friday they nlaycd the Therlkeld school but in this one they lost, the score being 5 of Nicholasville. to 5 in favor This was the second game that Lancaster hns lost thl Baseball season. Ui The Ijineaster High School Basc- l nll team nlaved the town team last Monday afturnoon, the score being O 1 7 to 7 In favor of the town team. The Freshmen girls have mnde an attempt to organize the base-baMiss Lucille Ueazley was team. innmleusly elected captain. Miss) Margaret Conn, first base, Elsie Fothergitl, second; Mamie Brown, I third, Elvlree Hurt, Myrtle Lee ami Gertrude Conn, fielder. Stella Her-ten, pitcher. We have had a great deal of trouble in getting an umpire lor all the girls wish to bat.- - A Freshman. Mks Stella Herren has returned to school after an absence of a week. We are gkd to see her looking so well, after having her tonsil. remov-- 1 ll ' system. BUY IT FROM US You pay no more, and you get the best of results. PI X o co Currey & Gulley. H Pi 70 wsaiQNVDS.AVavnOHSSIWw THE UNIVERSAL CAR The (simplicity cf the Ford car, hi stability ll n 1 f trfllfrt! t ll . Trimml in iinfmtMnn tfrmefll Vinn.tiiim c,rl i'ili ir m.i and flexibility the low cost of operation and maintenance, its case in operation, all have made the Ford car the urcat favorite in every land in the world. It's the one car that always satisfies and serves. A utility licyond question that all can afford. We will be pleased to have rvf-lfiti- c nl. Rev. Hudson gave a splendid talk in chapl last Tuesday morning. He discussed the value of thinking nnd we enjoyed M talk very much. The world is tired of war. It wants peace plenty of peace universal and perpetu al peace or at least a major; sires? ity of us do. But will we achieve our Let us consider. A hungry dog will always make a dive for a juicy bone. It is the nature of the brute. It will never change. And some dogs are always hungry. Nations are much like dogs. World commerce is their juicy bone. They nre nil after it. They will never cease to seek it as long as international relations exist. There will never be perpetual peace between dogs, because wherever there is a bone there is an object of strife and contention. We doubt if there will ever be universal peace among the nations of the earth as long as the commercial bone exists, because strife and contention is inherent in mankind just as it is in the dog. There is little difference between the law of human nature and that of the brute creation. Ench wants the bone, and sooner or later they will fight to gain or retain control of it Universal peace is u beau tiful dream and we greatly de sire to see it. But n dream is a reality only while it lasts. We may rejoice in the peace of today, but today is never a guarantee for the morrow. There is a bone in tho way. de- Chester Milton Sanford lectured In the school auditorium last! Wednemtay night on "The Failure1 cf The MfeflU." This was a ver splendid lecture for adults and chit-i.ren and it would have done anyone' good te hove heard him. He brought cut point about the failure of men. vho had selected the wrong calling, nd did nut find it out until too late;' to one having told them. He made I it clear that n boy or girl choosing a life work should think nnd choose' wisely, selecting one that was open for hiw. Mr. Boyd Translate, "The queen has a we." Roger "Reglnn orta est." (The TUcon has arisen.) lure your order. is hcaxy all the time. Wc have almost everything m muter car accessories, sell the fcnuinc Ford Parts, and ajjuro the best in mechanical repair work. Don't dclav lccausc the demand Haselden Bros Garage. net interested J J rr in any car except Ford ' Paul "What is a negro cemetery !.ke!" Ben "Huh, that's berry patch." eay. A black. Clyde "Hey! Claude Rice, don't stand so near the tracu with your nouth open." Claude Rice "Why?" Clyde "Why, the cam will think it's n depot and run it.' A mosquito lit on n Juniors head, rnd there began to drill. He bored away for an hour or so, And then he broke his bill. Fleece B. "I'll race you 25 feet." Bill Anderson "Naw, you would ot have to do nuthin, but fall Jown." (writing up game) Paul Morrow A large and Intelligent crowd was resrnt. Rankin "What do you "Fatty" ... . . nt i mean uy "large ami inivingviu. "Well you and I were there. Paul You arc large nnd I am Intelligent." High 1. i j OLIVER Disk Harrow with truck, double and tripple trees 12-16in- yDisk AND LOOK STOP WHAT DOES IT MEAN LISTEN. ?????? School Dramatisation Errors" f Shabaipear. 'Comedy of Fresh- - STOP LOOK LISTEN Best Eest Bc.t Eest AT THIS STORE. AT THESE BARGAINS. TO THE PRICES. Only 18 eti. Per Yard Only 18 eti. Pr Yard. -- .Only 1G eti. Per Yard. Only $1.00 Par Yard Only 25 ct. Per Yard. Only 10 eti. Par YarJ. Only 10 cli. Per Yard. Only $1.75 P.r Pair Y-E-S. man. "Much ado about Nothing" ophomores. 3. "As you like It" Juniors. 4. "All's Well That Ends Well" Seniors. Tim Freshman Boy. will not put pins in my dear teacher's chair." (Tacks will hurt Just as much anyway.) hookey Irom I w ill not Play school to ko fishing or swimming. (That Is, in the winter time.) "I will not copy any Algebra prob lem. (I would rather copy Latin Grade Dress Ginchnm Grade Illeach, FJnWhod soft Grade Brown Cottmi, 10 in. wide Grade Oil Carpet, 0 ft. wide Gut Grade India Linen Window Curtain Scrim -- . Table Oil Cloth, wide, all colors Duck Head Overalls "I $50. delivered on your farm. GROCERIES Pn.k Salmon.. Chum Salmon Can Corn ! MY GOODNESS . o - can for 20 ct. Sweet Potatoes. Large Size.. cans for 35 ct Mtrmaid Oysters can for 15 cU Tomatoes, Large Can can for 10 cts, Tomatoes, Small Can SAY, LISTEN AGAIN, WE ALWAYS PAY THE HIGHEST PRICES FOR YOUR ECCS AND PRODUCE. FRESH LIGHT BREAD AND FISH EVERY FRIDAY. ....................2 ............................1 ..............................1 ............ .........1 2 can, for 25 cU 1 can for 10 cU. -- .1 can for 10 cU. If AH I LU Steers, Liberty Bonds, Bankable Notes or Cash for the following: FRESH, YOUNG JERSEY COW WITH CALF, TEAM OF MULES, sentences.) I christian Endeavor, will be n regular attendant at B. Y. P. U. and Is Epworth League. (That socials.") L. U. Just be-fo- ro HASELDEN BROS. Lancaster Ky. THE i and one Canopy Oil Brooder. Single Comb itrown leghorn fc'vua. Ill fur II. nr 100 tor IS. Prepaid in Garrard CASH. anu aujoining cuuniif . J. "Say, Loralne, if a biscuit a soda cracker, what is an Ice Daniels "Don't know, plckT" if Loralne "Everything In THOS. S. PIERATT Country ERLE C. FARRA Box 173. hat7" L. J. "A water cracker." A WMCHHTMit tTORt Star." BUCKEYE. KY. Lancaster. Ky. slight Some noted. revival In business is day we may feel It. The Central Record. Lancaster Ky. Thursday, Apr 28, 1921. guest of her filter, MIm Kunlco Cecil hat been the Mn. John Woods. 4 I - MIm Mattle Lcc Cox nml Mr. Herring Ulank have been visiting friends In Herca recently. i Little MIm Mnry Shackelford, of! Itlchmoml, U vliltlng her grnndmoUi-- l r, Mr. Km ma KaulTman. We wish to announce we have Installed a new Hcmstlchlng" Machine. We solicit your patronage. All work strictly cash. RELLA A. FRANCES. n Mr. Irn Holtiolnw, of Danville, is the guest of Mr. an.l Mr. J F Holtz-- 1 claw, on Lexington nvenue. We also wish to stetc that we extend thirty days credit only In our Millinery Department. ' i Offer You More Real Values fop Mr. Ilrock Wallare. ef Lnxinrtnn ro the guest of Mr. nml Mrs. John Woods several days last week. .MIm Mnrgnrct Drawn, of Louis ville, m the guest of Mle Marthn and Helen (Jill, on Maple avenue. i .t ti arinur JOcpn, or somerset, hn been visiting lit. brother. Mr Adolph Joseph ami Mrs. Joseph. FRANCIS-SiWI- TH lhe Less Price Taste and Price are both suited in our departm't. Suit values that will surprise you ready-to-wear . , 7 the president.! If ... iii Iii 177 Be on the lookout for the wonderful values we are offering daily in footwear. High grade oxfords and pumps $18.75 $49.75 $5.75 $10.00 GRADE TO MEDIUM DRESSES $16.75 Mr. and Mr. Henry Muoru family returned from n week-enmembership department, Mr, vtilt to hi brother, (Joe. C. Moore the ttmmn Hlgginbotham, chairman of and family at Cincinnati. music, Mr. Clinton llastin, chnlrman Mr. and Mr. II. V ilnstin. of en program, Mr. Harry Iluilion; chairman for library, Mr. J. A. Frankfort hove been guests 8f em'ter relatives and attended the mn. The president appointed and alternate to represent Maionlc Itanquet Tuesday evettinit. lk mittU tut li i...tlH.. 1 tkn Cln.. Ml hllzabcth MUldlcton, of Jack- rotation of Women' Club to be son, Mich., U at home te sec her held at Danville, .May a fel-lafather, Mr. Thomas Mkidleton, who Delegate, .Mr. K. II. Hourlnnd ha been very sick, but I now better. and Mr. Harry Hudson; alternate, Mr. Simon White and little daugh- Mr. S. 0. Haielden and Mrs. Itlch-r- d Anderson. ter, Hettir Mae and Mr. Tom Hournc and daughter, Ada, spent Sunday with Mr. John lilanlu at! We are deeply grateful to nil our Hubble. d The new officer for the next year . ere; .. 11. r .Mcltobcrts, president j( Mrs. Mr. W. M. Klliott. Mr. S. C. Haicldcn, treasurer; Mr. I MIm' Uichard Anderson, secretary; and Julia Held, librarian;; chairman of Church Next Sunday I knew you and ou knew me, .. . Hnw littl.. trnnl.tr h We pass each other on the treet, Hut Just come out and let u meet. ' At church next Sunday. one Intends to do what's fnlr, And treat his neighbor on the uare, Hut he may not quite understand Why don't you take him by the hand Kncli U. S23.75 S29.75 Misses Dm Seott. Nannie SJon. ula Calleo. teaelwr. of Faint Lick scboel rmtumnl ham,. nf. er pendlng a dNRhtful week In and ' UNUSUAL VALUES S3.50 S5.50 Louisville, where they attended the K. r. A. At church next Sunday. sure n busy place, And we fflut hustle In the race. For soeinl hour sme are not free The six week day, but all should be At church next Sunday. We have an interest In our town. The dear eld plaec must not go down; We want to push good thing along, And we can help some If we're strong At church next Sunday. Don't knock, kick and slam nnd slap Mn4 an(, thouJ.hlfui of Ul in tht! re. At everybody on the map, SI)lI ,,eath of our ,,cnr Hut push, pull, boost and boom c,nt .. er, .Mary .. toon, ami take tni And use up all the standing room r.. At church next Sunday. of etpreing our thank. I Anon. Urohl.r, ,, s,pr! te This world I Card Of Thanks. - i RUGS Rugs RUGS IAL Mr. and Mr. J. M. KelJard. of' Danville, Mr. and Mrs. Uyd Ileurne and daughter, Mr. and .Mr. Thomas I'uynUr were th gueU Sunday of Mr. and .Mr. Tayter House in Crab Orchard. Th i i 'rrrrt-fv- i I rii TTiin 9i Let us help you with your spring cleaning by selling you the best RUG for the least money. II II 4s.V i SEAMLESS AXMINSTER Linoleum In a wide range of patterns. S45.00-SPEC- Burlap back, cork filled $2.25 per yd. Tar filled $1.50 per yd. Woman's Club hold the closing: meeting of the year Thursday after-- , noaa at the rooms en Lexington uvtmue. Mr. H. K. MeKeberu pre- -' s.ded and after the busimws program,' th hostv, Mis Sallie Klkin, gave a talk, followed by Miss Wpstovrr I he community nurse nnd .Mis Syler, --4' t omestie science director, who gave 'plendid report of their work. Mr, J; (icorge D. Uobinwm also gave a talk lN(i tm s rtmtnr a f VJ,Jjrl Shop Phone 69. Lexington St. 2!rfN Dl Guttering, Etc. Lancaster, Ky. jg DC .Mr. Wilion Kice, of I'erryv.lte, wa Mrs. Jack Casey and baby, Iletiy McKInaue, are guest of relative in n visitor in Monda. Far: Mr. and Mrs. Illanton and ihil.lrni M Helen (till ami Mis Jennie are guet of W. - Illanton and Mi j Higit have returned from Louis- 'tin Illanton at Wnca. ville, where they attended the K. K. Mrs. Dessio Ktt nml n number of Coming! sftd A Brill Mtntlon cl lh A. relative and friends spent an en 0lnji by Thai Wi Art Inttrtilid In. Carroll llaltey, of Joynble day at High Ilridge Sunday Mim Ophelia Stanford, ha been the gue.it of her Mr. and Mr. II. F. itnlsten and K. I'rnscott Itrown nml Mil Mary Chesnut i visiting rela nter, Mr. son. It. F. Jr., where the guiwU of Mr. Hrown. tive in Danville. her father, Mr. Jus A. Scott Sunday. and Mr. ami Mr. It. H. Hugho Mks Fannie Sutton has been a re- Mr. Dora Wheeler, Mr. and Mrs. iaugliter, Ms Margaret, of Louis-lMt visitor In Somerset. Talton Whedrr. of near Danville, have been guust ef Mr. and were guest Sunday of Mr. ami Mr Miss Minnie Johnon I spending Mr. J. W. MIMur. Ifcn Wood. several weeks in Itlchmoml. Mr. ami Mrs. J. C. King and chilCol. Casey, who has returned from Messrs. Gabe Walter and I'd Koj.i dren, who have been guest of Mr. Panama, where he has been stationed are in Lexington attending the race. ..ml Mr. James Clayton Williams, fur n year, was the guest of his son, returned to their home in Louis- Dr. Jack Casey, Monday. Mr. Caih l'umphrey, of Somerset, ille. has been u recent visitor in Lancas.Mr. Paul lloyd and children, Ar Mr, llockwell Smith and daugh ter. ami Judith, ot Man-for- t e Hill and I'aul, Jr., have returned ter, Charlotte Mr. and Mr. Frank Nyman, of with Mr. froni a visit to her parents, Mr. and spent the week-eni extngton, were in Lancaster and Mr. J. K. Stonne. on Itlchmoml Mrs. Hill, in Letcherficld. avenue. 31 f Gossip About People vvv I- This Drug Store Cnters to your nocossity and to your en pioasnre. It Jnsuroa you Koods of quality at jiricus no InrKor that tlicy should he on a Q 2 o h CL fulling market. drug (store sells endless things drugs. Health is the lirst consideration. Your convenience nnd pleasure are next. A he-sid- es .Mrs. Middleton Iteu, who Is spend- ing some time in Colorado with rela-'ivh improved very much in Lealth during her stay. e. CO SCOIIS Have you been-l- BIG SALE f not, come on I i Dr. and Mr. W. M. Ilurnett and daughter, Mis Cussle Muc, who have vspending1 the winter In Florida, tre guest of Lancaster relative. - O a m cc Cl -- A complete line of toilet necessi.ies for men and women. A variety of modern Alls every requirement. stationery that CANDIES nnd sweetmonts for the women and children, and smokers'- articles for men. - UJ is on in full blast. I I .Mr. W. II. Mnon will Join her Mrs Key Haynu, in Hills-borOhio and they will make a visit to her daughter, .Mr. W. Fox Logan und Mr. Logan in Wllkci-llarrFa. Mr. Kd. Oaks, Sr., was able to be brought home from (ilbson Hospital nt Itlchmoml where he wa operated on for nppemllclti and I Improving slowly. Wc hope to ee him out again soon. Mr. nnd Mr. Walter Smith, of Denhnni, Ky., are receiving congr , THE NEW EDISON, a phonograph with a soul. DRINKS 0 a Thnt Satisfy." CUT FLOWERS for every occasion. PAINTS AND OIL Saturday Will be the at the prico your , grandfather paid. tulations over the arrival of a beau- BANNER DAY OF OUR SALE. ft) tiful littlo girl, chrMened Gludy Mae, that arrived nt tneir home on the 1 5th. Mrs. Smith was Mis Anna I'owell before her marriage. EXTRA SPECIAL BARGAINS. ST0RMES DRUG STORE. FIRST THOUGHT IN DRUGS. fi. i. dGOit a don H Neui has been received that MN Clara I'almrter will be graduated In June nt Ciimpbellsburg High School as nledlctorIan of her class. Miis I'almetcr i the eldest daughter of the Kev. K, D. Falmeter, former pas tor of the Lancaster Methodist church. Established 1S53 Phone !19, Lancaster, Ky. DC DC DC DE j1 The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Apr 28 92 1 1 . xsasssEssx Although many Kentucky farmer ittll follow the unprofitable practice To arnld tht, get from your Many pooplo simply melt In sumItXSOl of allowing land to remain Idle for mer. They can't work or enjoy life. druggist S.S.S., tho famous rege. a year in which to ret there I a more They Jack vitality. Ten to ono table, blood tonic nnd alterative. It more for a lack of flour than profitable plan which nccomplithc into paying 10 or 15 Is just tho thing for poor blooded Iholrilood I impoverished. the ame end, according to f?eclalist After starting S.S.S., Rich, wholesome blood Is the people. you do for of soil management. on problem writo us about your conbasis of vitality. If you This plan I to grow a legume crop have It, you sturdily dition and wo will send A GREAT HELP withstand summer teminitead of leaving thu field barren you expert medical peratures. Hut If your j UT .NUI'I'OSK yoti do your own and ubject to washing nnd leaching, i blood It poor, loaded with frco. Address ChleC Such a crop wlll'not only rent the i. washing, nm'niiij" Inquired the poison that should bo Medical Advisor, 83J washing' cedy stranger. oil but will prevent it from cast out. you are limp Swift laboratory, At "Yes, 1 iln, ntthouEh I don't we Hint and at the name time increase its and useless In "shirt St not a high grade pat on the theory it slecvo" weather. 'lanta, Georgia, It' nnj of your limine.," re- content of nitrogen nnd organic' plied Mrs, Curfew, with some warmth. mntliT. nreordlnif tit It. K. Ktenhen- cnt. None higher, none better, not "I suppose you'll son, of the soil department of the' moisture I saved on t bleached or blended Sold on its mertelling tin? that Soil soil by cultivating after the tate college of agriculture at corn I you're j knee-higits at the right price. the experiments thowid. statistic for n Saves Corn .I '.........,. l..... I..' government tu (!et busy. Keep busy. I your reau, or maybe one of the best crops to plant for) I Job unsafe? it permanent? for the state this purpose. The crop will growi g You want a dullness aelt board of health. even on the poorest soil and n bushel! Kxperimcnt conducted for a num- Ing more than 137 Watkln Fro Ii It seems tll.l...kn.kulll thnt Ul ,1 ,.. i.iu.,.1- - . ... .lie ,,..!.. A..H duct direct to the authorities casted on an acre and fertilized with I ....... ....... o...i ..-.- .. .i... auto or team or farmers If you own nre grvntly Interran get one; If you 00 pounds of nclil phosphate will ested In family If the soil is thoroughly prepared be. are under SO and can give bond with give from one to two tons of growth. tnnt torn Mint fore corn Is planted the work of culti- personal sureties. We back ytxi don't concern For the best results limestone should vating after planting may be reduced Her Heartless Conduct. Witt Law of the Aneltnt. them nowadays, also be used at the rate of two tons to that necessary to keep down weeds. with big selling help. 82 years In business, 20,000,000 uiers of our We rend In the World Outlook that The I.lclnliiti Inw, effective IT?." 1. and every day or per acre. The same experiments lnowed that products. Write for information C, forbade ntiyone to own ninn tlmn lllshon Thoburn was mice dictating a t wo some hodr The greatest Improvement of the before corn comes up and while it is where you can get territory. 600 seres of liitiil uml more ttmn 100 letter to a native Indian stenographer. comes along inking tniMrtlnent uiie-thsoil will be made if the entire crop - "I still small the cultivation may be matter and nui sore over the Inrcc cattle, or W! small animal. Anin tit how tunny children I have. is turned under but the peas may be J. It. Watklns Co., , mi l my maiden name before I done with n harrow or wredrr. cnagnnci, ne sain, vwicn me. other Inw or the Mime nnme. m n. Department 111, Wlnena, Mian pastured sufficiently to pay for the lmpoed a heavy nnlty mi thoe who raphcr broueht hack the Utter to he rnfrried, nnd whether there's Insanity Three or four cultlvntien Vere a (4.7-4pd.) cost of growing them and then the good organised cluhs fur massing mwer at signed the bishop was astonished to n ,m, rutiillj-- . ns seven or eight, the experi,, pn, residue turned under with good re- ment proved, providing that the election, while another Inw, KO ll.' read: "I am sore over the matter,' an rk lf nlw,irIIB Then tht Club Adjourned. and the fund C limitedsupplying his one might ex-- 1 I panlon.she grinned." Youth's Com-- j Mll., queatlons. If my old friends sults. cow pea have, a cultivation Some one tidd a K1 dog story anil controlled the weeds. tnhle. want to dig Into my fnmlly history. pend for That detlnite value the Inevitable letter one followed. shallow cultiI'll Kite them nil the Itiformnslon they m sod improvement Is shown by com Tluy nko showed that ; . vation was as good and not a ex- "We had n cat at hnn" related the paring them with stable manure which pensive rnundnr?; as deep cultivation if weed oulet man In the corner, "which was the farmer considers his best fertil were controlled. If weeds become fond of paying with the wife's hall of SJL, crfift stranger comes iilung nnd iik . 1... t.'.wll f flam . I ' M A.. iser. One ton of rowpeas is lyjual to tall that deep 1 necessary, lf ''" '"J" "wn 'nhltig. I fisd that cultivation is , MMm, , w,K,n k( about four tons of manure, A con- to kill them then this form of culti were iMtrn they were all wearing sr-i,a,servative yield would be one nnd one-haSo vation is to be rrv"tnmcnded tons per acre or the equvalent 9$ umI to l... that the ue...r wcwld come to the door iiolltcly, and Innulre of six tons of stable manure, re how many dogH we kept, nnd take our pressed in another way one nnd one-- 1 estimate of the value of our tirn- - half tons of peas contain about 00 1 SS ''rtr wiLHiiit looking as though ! pound 1.00 of nitrogen worth knpw we ought to he prosecuted fur for fertiliser nt the market prtre. I Hut now he must know the M s ta three-fourt- h of this color of your grandfather' side whlMil i. ri ImbpI on good city property. Pay back on weekly ker. nnd If you tell him that you keep rnHiisi frnm tli nlr n How maiiy times hnve you heard the housewife no dogs he -- mi out ami look under profit which the farmer has gained say: "Oh, what's the use cleaning house with all this or monthly Installments. the house, and In the hnrn, nnd when by jdnnting cowpens rather than he come hack he warns yoti that the letting i land remain idle old furniture and runs, for whenl yet thru it looks Mm Knaltle for giving fale Information Following the cowpens rye may be just the same. If I could only Ket some new furni? are severv. sown to furnish fall anil winter -would he a pleasure to clean house." ture and nijrs it Sir. ?urfewj unys that the next !ji and a mixture of grasses sown time the assiM.snr rotni. he l going We have made it possible for you to have these Incorporated. ASSOCIATION. to throw hi in over the hack fence und in the spring or the rye plowed under new pieces at n very small cost. Our line consists of m preparation for thu planting of a kick hlir. down the nlley for n dl the following: tnnci of cwn hlorfcs. and I Isujx' he'll ' cultivated crop. A good grass mixJ. K. nOM.VSOV, I'reidentWm S. lIOri'EK, Sec't & Trei. kei-ture is composed of timothy, orchard his wonl.M "l dldn menu to offend you." said grass nnd redtop. ICE BOXES, the strnm.iT. "I'm IntnMlurlng a wash. Ing jMiwdt'r that save half the lalr. OIL STOVES, SELLERS CABINETS, n I n rv l Uncle i Ho i Walfe a ! s-- Land Gets Best Rett By Produced Legumet Get Ready for Hot Weather By Purifying: the Blood ct. ISf GLEN LILY ad-vl- co I.cx-ingto- n. Properly Prepared d colU-ctlii- Garrard PlillingCo life-lon- ,iir 1 ... 1- nt U v Your Sorinar House Furn y, LKlil?l 1 Krs lf ishings ArefHere. j ti MONEY TO LOAN Two-third- pns-tur- e The Lancaster Building & Loan : REFRIGERATORS, 'Of yoilr marvelous powder down to the ctii'l, and give yourself a good cruhhlitg, for you look as though you had Imihi fishing out of sonieliody's In fact we have everything to furnish your Your whiskers are full of dustbin your fare Is covered j sawdust, and home complete. 'with grime. If you were Introducing bituminous coal, there might lie some excuse for your appearance, hut n man who Is selling washing powder I ought to h like the driven snow, or j ('nobody will hnve confidence In him. "And I wouldn't have nnythlng to do with your wnshlng powder If you offered to bring me n wagonload for XfejttfjcttfJ twenty cents. I make my own soap of lye nnd grease, and although It by the crowned heads Blamt the Dentist i Isn't Indorsed Leproiy Not Fully unaersxooa. Kurone. or by prelates or vice pres. The gums more frequently Leprosy Is still y.mcwhat of n piu-ltheir strength and become feeble from tie to medical science, nnd the means tdent. It's the best soap ever made. k"ow ' Incredlents nre lack of rare, hut sometimes u poor iy which It Is spread ha never been .ii....i.,.-- i ti, i.nn.. some, even If they don t coraprtso dentist does much to bring nbout Hlggs' disease. crowns and fly Is suspected of occasional agency "rkK mid buds and healing herbs. "Winn I use my own soap. I know bridges; ure u great menace to the In the matter, but the case against gums und often result In the forma- - that Insect has neier proved. In the things I wnh won't tie nny the worse for It, but the wnshlng puwder tlon of pus, a do stumps of teeth nnd a considerable majority of coses of dynamite roots which ure attempt- - led personal contact with li ters sold by ngents nre mnde garment onco nnd luiur cniitlc. nnd n ed to be saied by crowning or are ih.t-- teemed unquestionably to be account-mltteunshed with them will never be fit to remain In tho mouth. , able for the Infection. to use again. "iMnt spring I was feeling, too poorly to tnaku the usual batch of iwsip, so I tsjught 11 package of washing powder from nn ngiiit whp had his showing pockets full of testimonial that he wits a man of high moral char- It happened that week that ncter. nil of Mr. Curfew's whlto shirts were In the wash. Mr. Curfew Is very nlxiut his shirts. They must be ns white us arctic snow, or the way be raves around the house Is n Well. I wish you could have seen those shirts after they were washed. They bad an old gold color, You can afford to paint your house this year nnd Imve lieen getting yellower ever since, nnd Mr. Curfew; never sits down and now is the time of year to do it. but ho siienks nlxiut It nnd makes tilings uncomfortable. "So you bad better toddle along nnd soil your washing powder to some wniimti w ho doesn't know how to make good Koiip." ' I LINOLEUM, MATTING, RUGS, RUGS, PARLOR SUITES, BEDROOM SUITES, DINING ROOM SUITES, PORCH FURNITURE AND FLOOR LAMPS. CON-GOLEU- M and illspenseH with soap altogether. With thV nianelous powder u woman , ran do the week's wnfldng and have 'her clothes hung on the line. Inside of iltwo houn." "Well, mister, you take a package ' COMING King-Tanne- r TRIBBLE & PICKETT FURN. CO. "Danville's Largest Furn. & Rug Store." 1' o' whole-mii.f,..- !! lcn Minstrels Composed Of d Centre College Students PAINT! PAINT - PAINT Try our n most Ra-Mey-L- tar-tlcul- dls-grar-e. 35 Real Artists 35 ROMANS OPERA HOUSE Lampion's .!rade Paint has proven to he second to none and wc are prepared to furnish it at prices that will interest yon, also PURE LINSEED OIL, TURPENTINE and FLOOR PAINTS OF ALL KINDS. ac World's Supplyof Nitrates. Thu world's visible supply of nitrates Is estlmutcd nt 2,lr.',() tons. Monday, May 2nd. j Jloor Varnish satisfactory renewer of furniture, lloors and all interior wood work. It will surprise you what can be done with u small can of it and a little work. Save the surface and you save all. 3 G000L0E mnKmmWFmmmm 4 WALKER BROS. "I heard Mabel said when she mar- rled that she bad selected the very tlower of her admirers. To what par ticular bloom din sse linen nuai "At first she thought he was tho iluk of Krfectloii, but when the buby came to claim her attention, he wan Just n mere poppy." Nsptunss Laundry. "I would like to see. tho wash of thu sea. Tha Tvoa. Eight O'clock .Musk: and individual acts by : j j Famous Centre "5" Jazz Orchestra Admission: Children 55cts., Adults 85cts.f Gallery, colored, 55cts. "The best time to do that ought to be wkea you nre.crosslug thu llntf." The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday, Apr 28, 92 1 I LIBERTY BONDS An Advantageous Buy. far making nation was laid luring the flnt Liberty Loan Cam ,gn when for the first time In the tory of this notion people were the lesson of saving their sasd an authority on financial d Seme recently. urstion poeple hate dlsteRardeil this c;b!i ami HifMHil ef their bonds i.ur nK the poriol of market rcees- "The foundation Vmrricn n thrifty dol-nr-- " short-ogVc- PLAGUE IS PERIL TO CHINA'S GRANARIES lubonlc Sweeps Southward In Manchuria; Dead Donkey Brings $2 "SPEED UP as Food IS PLEA FUNDS' The fact that the market prlec of hrrty Hon4s has depredateil nhsnK jw.'h the leeurltles of other (iovern- Tents and eerporation has nhiolute-l- y nothing to do with their Intrinsic vnlue. As a matter of fact, Liberty Honds are exactly ns rooiI today as they were on the day the Oovern-mrsold them. The mere fact that 'his n more opportune time to buy hey have depreciated In price makes them because they yield a larRcr re' Will." "Whr Thr' Pockttt In Oarten. turn. ltrcentty carters for infi You've cot to get nt nrrjr mornlni The caune of prciont prices of Include pocket fur carrying in one jr. with determination If joil fie coins Liberty Honds are numerous. An to bed ! jnlcht with any ntlif action. ruUtntidinK fact Is, that the cnll for Restoring Lustre ari Perilous "Sport." At thou tLerv i mi ni.'tK! known money to carry on manufacturing What l tin world's iiioi dancrrnus that will polllrly I tic r ind industrial activities has compell Mountain climbing talcs many j toratloti of tlx luster of x ntl sthlcb ed many large holders of Liberty . victims, hut deremHng Into the era-- Ims dull throus-i- .unless ban-il- l Honds to sell them. Many employ tnntn It. The pres. trrs of tht Inc. I Ce)liiee arc Mini to hare ers finding it necessary to obtain I rnl aetltlty of Vi.lu rati alten- - a Hotel way of tri.-- ' ritro It. It. Tlx- tlen must 1" made i They simply feed iluii ..itl li chick- - large amounts of cash to carry on In fireproof chm,. and en mask. Tha iKi. After tin miuIi mit.hIii (n ttio hunirio, buy raw materials, pay Ir I (Hit of slitting fume anil there chit kens' crujw n few hour, the fowls wages, etc., have chosen to sell their Is olway Ihr Brlli)C rhaiM-- that tlie arc llllnl ami tl being in the ,irt removed. Uberty Honds torcan ma)- - start ertumtig. The floor Tin-- Heht friction i. .1. hey havu best securities in their possession, Ixrli subjected 111 iw t n.. nf I ho relatively speaking they had deprcci if an acthe Miari I usually Part arv solhl cimmjkIi to chicken i hiiumwi 1.. . h their ntejl the least in market value. Such ttattd ufMiu, olim are llituirled rock, luster, at h at to it of course, while regrctable, no doubt n of many has prevented the factories. These and othvr factors treated n situation where there were more persons desiring to sell their Hends thiin there were people want ing to buy them. The Government i of course, not responsible for the low prices of Lib 'erty Honds. It is simply n case where John Jones sells his bonds to !.Iim Smith through the machinery of the market, for le than he paid for them, the Government having no part in the transaction. In the open market the Iom of one rerson mny be the opportunity of Hy retaining his bonds and .'.nother. by buying more at present prices the Investor" is therefor benefited, as by so ilolng he nverage down the cost of his bonds and increases the iMeld. These bonds, while deprcci It ted In market value, are backed by the entire strength and resources of The Government has jthe nation. 'made a iletlnltc contract to pay in- at regular staled periods nml Iterest the face Value when the mature. It is generally believed that in five enrs or perhaps sooner we will have stabilized our present economic condays of the finest Stake Dates PROMISING ten of nearly a century, ditions so that Liberty Honds will regain their 100 per cent value in the famout Ixincton course will inHI HI I1IIICU he market. While we may ditTcr augurate the annual season of thoroughtMturdty, April 21 as to time, we are unanimous with bred racing in Kentucky on Saturday, lespect to the ultimate outcome. It Apnl 2Jrd. UIUH lilt is therefore incumbent on nil of us Tuesday, April t to hold on to our Uberty Honds and Nerr before hae so many horses of MUM ST11IS to nvail ourselves o'f present market class been quartered at the April JJ Thursday, conditions to purchase more bonds at course and this advantage has been (Com- present advantage' us prices. uh tiist mm supplemented by a program book of unSaturday, April W mercial and Financial World. usual excellence. III! Hit UlUt Tv.tday, May I Come to Lexington and enjoy the meeting' It i here that some of most (Mtfll IlIiM prominent entries for the Kentucky Wtdntiday, Ma 4 Derby to be run at Churchill Downs on Saturday, May 7th, will get their final tests with colors up. HEMY CLAY iti. , 1 1, nt puti-nte- i gurw 1 In a reeent report from Charlivi It. ('nine, I'. i Minister to China, to h AiHorteaa Cnmnlttee of the China famine Pawl, it Is stated, that a HtaRiio wlilrh a few months aco RptMSrH in Nnrttii-rMawhurla, has crept southward unlit It now threaten Hie main cm In supply of China, which lncrrn" 'le hhrtlcns of tM voeheet nation. As far hack a 1017, Chlrm'i trouble to mtiltldy when tha Yellow Itlvi r, iiluiij kiinvbti a "Chins' Sorrow," ovtrllowiij Its hanks and wept the groat prinfure'. of Slisnluii mil Shunol. The crops were destroyed and millions of persons made homeless. KIimmN are not unuual In north China, hut then raino the sreat drouth and imt until last summer did the rain clouds come hetwren tho dry brown earth and Its tortnentcr the sun. e Hanwa's ii i afvine r-- . v ,N kasonsWw cy Good raintors like to do Rood work. They arc as much interested n the property-owne- r in seeing that the paint they put on looks Rood and wears well. The fact means much, therefore, that many painters always use HitnnaVi Green Seal Paint on every, house painting job. They find that II ANNA'S GnnEN-SEAPAINT produces the riqht results. It imparts a beautiful glossy finish; it wears well; it forms a durable film that covers tho surface thoroughly without brush marks showing; and every gallon spreads out over a L wide In area. the Ions run Green Seal is the brand most nomical to use on your property. Sold Hy eco- r i semi-liqui- ,k-t- shut-dow- Thoroughbred Horses Kentucky Association Course LEXINGTON April 23 to May 4 Inclusive Kentucky Jockey Club In corpora I J y PILES! Successful Salesmanship. common Successful salesmanship sense, hard work loynl service based n uccurncv High Flyer. It l no rare occurrence for the cor dor to sour to n height of four mllea. . If you are a suflmr llh pilea. hemor-- t hold, Uln.1 or lilrrdlna. nu will iwl rUirt s from t ho Brt rptkalloii ntVmti V tkm4r ("lc) (or piles ami tttiuu. Trr-Ircll-y mall. bachelor," remark a disappoint eil lady, "la a man who lives alom with the one ho loves." "A Cynical Otflnltlon. flower ........ ..'liliittit l.tiiifiirna la n ' perfume. LouiMiiul without Thsy Art Rart. t r. 01 n. Sill Htssltttfrir, trrtoU. MMKhlius m'S not limit. Sl.00 tiy HcMUirsli, 1;. Courier-Journa- l. Rtadlng Matttr. It It estimated that over 1M,000 tllf frrent hooks, pamphlets and mscailnci are published annually In the differtni countries of tht worhL Jud Tunklns. Jinl Tunklns says he can't under stand why some tropic think lf anj kind of n comfort to explain to i are hi owi man that his trouble fault. Unsightly Spots May Be Hidden With Vines. W 0. KIGNEY W. U, D1CKERS0N W. 0. RIGNEV Office Phone 18. & CO. Funiral Oirectors and Embalmers Residence Phone 33. r' Lancaster, Kentucky. Side porches and unsightly spoU about the house may be easily hidden hiring th,e summer by means of vines, according to N. It. Elliott, from the state college of agriculture at Lexington. Vinci may also bo planted to provide shade on porches and j lattice work. Among the best one to plant are the Morning Glory, Scob-l- a Scunden and climbing Naituriun. The Japanese variety of Morning Glory is to be preferred since It produces a dense foliage and large flower. Naituriums should be purchased in mixed colors and a wire netting provided for them to climb . .t on since iney oecomo . ineavy ami dense. All three of the vines named are annual plants and may be planted as soon.a the condition of the soil will permit. Where a largo space Is to be covered seed af all three may be mixed. . True Humor, First Man Met Acts as Host. tn the end we fir. J that tha test of Within the conllm- -. .f I'erlu there , hut none trus liuinnr Is the reaction It make are many different It that at last their tninMc th ti the semi- - to the depression, surroir and are more Inten-ll- ng had endrd when the :nvi things of life and us power to give brightsavage though somewli., civilized alMite the cnniiiil lnt sum to l.uhrlsh tribesmen, who ii't umlre ness and cournge In the tnldst of disThey are aster. TI.e jke Is worth while that mer. Tlien tlwit til enem) nf In the mountain and cus-- r ainkes life m ire nish!e and sorrow win. f ii.mil Ind huusts In droes. In clouds a strange Mint bring a i thlrk tho ii. quite a UMle less nliM'iired the light of sun torn all their own. Mi., ' . :i 'Iivy smile iiinlil ti.irx, as sunshine In the cVsn'tided a from now here, and al- unmoral, nnd ruthle- Into the heart of cliiiiils Is seen cutting Its way most in it hlzfat Mm- - mrth was stripM'd scend from the niniiiiis.il off an; talleys to niiiwer who Ihrtmch the iiurkiiiss. Yet, dcplt crowing thing. The approach drhe Imr-ieof ecr) livlnc 'iev nre, KDrlatHlV (riiinitig In trouble, what Is their more n lurched, hrnwn, nevertheless, stuce of there tlner th in the delicate humor of ! !..hle the lm ' dry ikKert; hut iaany of the actors Kiple. Oliver WcihM. Ilolmesj Kxchtin;e. had Into tke land of their ancestors. In some recent Information recehci, sn Instance Is recited descrlhlnc tho terrible .destitution of the famine stricken html a donkey had died In IT WANTS TO SERVE YOU distant prmliire from lack of font. Its owner carted It Into the Interior of is one of the secrets of community prosperiety. the famine area whem eager bidders It is the predominate desire of this bank. finally ran the price up to 'J to use Us We want to with vou In securing; jour own success in carcass for fixl. the business or agricultural world, or in the professions of life. Your succes means cur success. Plague Threatens Granaries. A savings or checking account at this bank or both will be to' And now the plasue threatens Chiyour convenience and financial advantage. na's sranarlfx. Unless the plague can he I'herkcd. Mr. Crane asserts, the granary relied on fur the relief of millions of famine lotlms In North China will he cut off. OF LANCASTER. "The situation rendered more seS. C. DENNY, Cathier. rious." writes Mr. Crane, "by tho fart that Manchuria Is literally crowded wlih foreign exiles.- - There are no fewer than iVsi.uxi Jtusluu who lied heforv the ItiiMicvtk executioners, S.'auiui Koreans, ami thousands of Chi- Me who formerly lled In Siberia. hut who hae been drlsen Into Manchuria Glycerin for Stains. Government and hy tho lied Annu s. nre li (invert) men t nud Iurc gljcvrln will help to disjoin "Concerted efforts ure helrtg made nil things tho Law of Life. Ituskln fruit stains from llrwtn. In cities and towns along the Chinese Worth Thinking About. liistern Hallway to comlut the plague, The Number Isn't Limited. If our own Interest Is not sufficient hopltals heltig cMahlMiod and tlio "One can get a h of enjoyment out to make us be careful, let us think ol vlrtlms Uilstiil. Kfforts also ure unof a small piece of mistletoe," stntes the Interest to uther. W.Hner. der way to tight the source of the a gossip writer. So can two.' Passing Show, I.nmb'n the rat that curry the germ. Popular Songs. ThoiiMud of iiersotis already hae "It Is a mistake I believe, to net died, nud have lueii given hasty hurlal. Mistake We Often Make. ton strongly, on the theory that to There Is a proverb which read the public should be doted out only Spells Doom For Millions. "The man who never made a mistake If the grain supply of .Mauchurla those tilings which certain authorities netcr made anything else." There I think they should hate," said a Is cut off, the famine victims In Shanprominent singer reewitly. "Let us n great deal of truth lu that saying. tung, Chlhll, llonaii, Sluuii-- and Sltciit consider tho public's side. Let us give Sometimes wo come ucross ono of will be doomed, Munrhuria represenierfect Indtx tibial who claims the public some of the things It really thiv-- o tatives of the Amerlcun ltil Cross, the want even the simple song which niicit tn make mistake, but mo re Chlueso Hed Crosi and the Y. it. C. A. the critic condemns for Its excess of often wo find that these, very soma persons not Lao biformed the 1'ektng authorities sentiment. If we can deliver It so thnt very grave only make mistakes but one. of the dunscr and urged that grain the public Is touched nnd responds," biding und shipments be hastemil." In tho famine area there ure approximately IO,(mo,uii( person subsisting on dry leates, bark and riMits, and ouly through the sjned of funds to obtain till grain before It Is cut off by tho Fitzpatrlck 11800 sired by Ilex 1'eavinc 1790, he by Hex McDonald 833, plague can these people be saed from first dam Annie Kooncy 4101, by l'eavlnu 85, second dam by Powell death by wtunatlon. v Drcnnon. The raising of funds now, at tho Fitzpatrlck Is a sorrel stallion, right hind pastern white, In beauty, time, when ull effort must bo specdlly brilliant action, animation and richness of color this horse excel, llcing put behind the work. Is possible only a full brother to both Kentucky I'eavinc and Crcstland prove that this Is u thruush orgunlzutloii In looul commu I'no of breeding rarely equaled. IVavine blood has been recognized by the ultle. Tho Hev. Dr. II V. Mulllns. gteatest breeder as one of the most desirable lines in saddle horse breedClialrman In Kentucky for tho Chirm ing and Is increasing in popularity every day. This horse contains a Fuuilno Fund, lued a cull to will blood as will be found any where. Fitzpatrlck In euch comiuunivv In Kentucky to get much of Peavlnc (oscthcr ut oiiie and form a local or- make the season of 1021 at my barn, fi mile from Lancaster on tho ganisation for the solicitation of fund Duckeyo pike at for these starving people before It la too late to them. Through the China Fuuilno Fund money collected In America Is distributed to every organisation In the fumlne district doing reAlio at the sanio placo I will stand my Jack, lief work. The tusk Is too big fur one organization. Hie American Hed Cross report. The lied Cn already has appropriated $l.MMi and huk u large 11 the field. force of worker "It Is a humanitarian mil," a Dr. Mulllns, If mare U traded or parted with tho season money U due. A Hen ' tho need Is grea time ele- will bo and the retained on all colt until season money is paid. Care taken to prement Is uu liiixrtaiii factor. Wherever Committees hato not been tormed vent accident but not responsible should any occur, i within the contliivs of this State, frlimls are urged to form their own committee and ask tho headquarter ut Itoom It, Hoard of Trade llutli rig, loulslile, fir further Informt Ky. R. F. D. No. 3. Uuu. It will basjladly furulishtd. Faced Ptrit In Silence. Ilut daring theto ilajs, month and even year, when the fid wj gone, China did not ruln her voice for he'p. The world did lmt know of the sreat truci-dIn the Kar Ifcist enartiil on a liarclutl staire with l,",ti,o.) fatnUh-e- d CONN BROS. Lancaster, - - Kentucky. piiite e ns tho actors. di-h- I-s iro t ' iw-e- 11 This Bank Knows You THE NATIONAL BANK Copftal 1 $50,000. Surplus $50,000. Honor Roll Bonk ills-eas- e I RTZPATRICK 2890. ae $10. To Chief Insure a Living Colt. at $11. To Insure Napoleon T. D. IRVIN ttiirtfulii nifcri Lancaster, t.r ttr-- - - - - sw 3jmkk iiifT iliar fa HaH " mtim&ml&&f- - - 12. MARKSHUin Jne. Heysten bought n work horse from Mr. Watson for $100. Mr. Hum Denton, of tancaster, ha boon visiting Mr. Jno. Hoyton. Itev. Lewis Thompson bought of Otrttlce a milk cow, price Urec $08.00. Ml The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky.. Thursday Apr 28, 92 1 I PAINT LICK Your old tires and food as naw, us show you. FOR George Ann Jones of Is visiting he ltcr, Mrs. g. froy Hegg. Miss Pearl Hegg of Georgetown, ,Mm the guest of Mr. and Mr. Troy Hogg hist week. of Mrn. Hen Hughes, was the guest Thursday of her sister Miss Susan K. Sutton. returned Mrs. Lewis Thompson trom Louisville Thursday where she nas been vtnitiriK her sister. Rev. Lewis Thompson was called iast week to preach n funeral of a memlicr of ene of his farmer church es. Hev. Hos SI Ding of Georgetown College and n native ef Hone Kong, hina, will preach here the 4th. Sun- 'ay in May. Working Society will The Ladle meet at the residence of I). S. Swopc r ext Thursday. The devotional ex rrci.te will be conducted by Miss H. S. Clark. Mr. and Mrs. Sherrin, of Junction City came over Sunday and were the guests of Mr. and Mrs Krne.t Cos ney for the day. .Mrs. Hattic Huisell and her attrac ttve daughter, little Miss l.orine, who are the guest for the summer of Mrs. Jas. Turner spent the week-enwith Mr. and Mrs. Jas Durham of d Illl Flooring and Ceiling VVcatherboarding Porch Columns Moulding Shingles and Laths Window Frames, Sash Composition Roofing Glass, Putty Building Paper House and Roof Paint Door Frames and Doors Interior Floor Paint Beaver Board LIHBEB Porch Brackets McWhortcr returned Tuesday from a business trip to Harlan. Misses Fannie Dowdcn and Kllxa-'ict- h Coup were in Herea Monday shopping. Miss Marie Led ford 'eft for where she entered school nt K. K. N. recently. Sam lleaxley, who was operated on ut Richmond last Tuesday I reported at doing nicely. Itcv. Skaggs, wife and children vcre dinner guests Sunday of Mr. ind Mrs. Jim Ralston. Mesr. A. C. (Hack, John and C harlic Frost, of Wilton were in our town Saturday on business. Your old tlrrs and tulva mdr food at new. II ring them In and Irt Itarndon 4. Jonrt. us show you. Paint I.ick Gnrage sold and dellv-cre- d two Chevrolet Touring cars and enc Dodge during the past week. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Friend accom panied Miss Cora Itryant home Sat urday night returning Sunday eve Mr. Karl Klch-'nond, tubts madtt Hrlni tham In and Ut Ilrndun"& Jonas, July potatoes SALK: at Nina, Ky. 4.7-7t-p- d. ll.no per bushel at FOR ItKNTr on Danville my residence in Phono 304.F. W. I l'rather. Ilunga-low Five room street. premises. Apply nt (Seorge Smith. Cow Pasture $1.60 per month Illue (5rns, Timothy nnd plenty of II. C. Wearren, water. Stanford Street. (ll'JA.2t pd. 1 am standing a gtnl Jersey Hull subject to register, at $1.00 cash or $2.00 on time. Dan Ray, McCrcary, Ky !t-p- d FOR RUNT: Five room cottage, with garden In Creamery street. 3t ptU (4-2- 8 connection, on S. II. Kitet I am standing n Registered Jersey No. Pull, Hanging Fork, Raleigh 1H7.01H at $3.00. J, K. Sanders JJubUe, FOR SALK: Good fencing, gate slats, boxing and ing any length desired. Mike Rogers, FOR SALK: old Jersey bull. 30-1- Ky $450.00. Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Gray, of Lee county, were called to the bedside of her brother, Mr. Preston Ward, I ' who was ill with tuberculosis. Mr. H. G. Smith is suffering from the effects of a thorn stuck in his finger about a week ago. Mr. Alt Robinson visited hU daughter, Mrs. Wm. Smith recently. Ward. Mr. Preston Ward, who had been HI for several weeks with tuberculosis died at his home last Monday morning, April 22th. He was one of Garrard's best citizens, a farmer and stock trader. He was a man that would use hi energy, time and money for anything that would benefit his community and neighbors. He was admired by all who knew him. He was u member of the Rocky-for- k liaptist church. His last words Implied that he had the assurance in his soul that Heaven awaited his coming. Resides a host of friends and relatives, he leaves a wife nnd six children to mourn his loss. ' Dowdcn ami Klisabeth Conn. CARTERSVILLE Lightning utruck Itobt. Katrklgc's Plenty of Grass Hlue, Timolh), 'lore Monday night, breaking out a Clover, etc., for grazing milk cow Mrs. Chas. Wren, who has been ill rumber of windows. It also struck and horse or almost any kind of LOYD atives near Dradshaw Mill Saturday L. Mntthcw the past few days, is better. Mr. Wm. Marshbank's barn burning stock, with plenty ef good water, at and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. John Turner and Mr. Frank and Miss Montie Hay i to the ground with seven head of city limits, on Lexington pike. Mrs. - L. Matthew is some better children, of near Lancaster, visited Your old tires and lubes mad food entertained Sunday Mr. and Mrs. horses. 4 21 7t. A. II. Ilastm hi mother, Mrs. Kate Turner Sun- it this writing. ,( children of as new. Urine Ihetn in and let usijrss Jay It pays lo Insure will, GAINES. Riding Cultivators $5X00, Mr. nnd Mrs. Kirby Tester were thow you. Ilrrndon & Jones. Oiver day. Mr. an, yn, Kred Snyder and No dlicounlt. Smoothing Harrow $20.00; Dunn bumlay evening. daughter, Alhc H. and Mrs. J. I), Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Carter and in Patsy Simpson spent Satur-'t'- e The series of meeting at Walnutta Corn Drill. $40.00; Disk Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Ray visited rel uay night nnd Sunday with Mrs. I Hay. children visited Mr. and Mrs. J. L. . ontinue to grow in interest, targe Harrows, $50.00; Ijiwn Mowers, $5; Hcrea, Sunday. Pitts at rrowds attend every servic" and the Garden Plows, $3.76; House Paint. Mrs. F. M. Carter, who has been house would nut hold all the crowd $2.50; Cook Stovt, $S3.00 and up; visiting relatives in Keren, has reSaturday and Sunday night, many Oil Stoves, $23.00; Refrigerators, at turned home. Doing turned away. $29.60; Ice Cream Freexers, cheap; Mr. and Mrs. J. L. I'itts and daughMrs. Nettle Jew oil. vho has been Heavy field fence nt 78 cts.; Uuggies ter, Miss Loura, of Heron, were here vi.ing relatives here nd at Kirks, fell leath top, $136.00; Ruggie Har-n- r to attend the funeral of Mr. Preston tile left Monday for Paris nnd at cost Ward Tuesday. where she will visit before J. R. Mount & Company. Mr. and Mrs. Turner Sparks of returning to her home at Hloomlng-to- n "Many things at cost" Indianapolis, Ind., have moved to Ind. their home that they recently purMr. Jas. Hurt died Monday afterchased from Clayton Arnold price noon, after u few days illness of All persons having claims against Is. Cov-ngto- n, Hryantsvllle. Mrs. Jas. Turner entertained n few friends Thursday in honor of her sister Mrs. Hussell, of Dallas, Texas. A good dinner consisting of all the delicasles of the season was served by the hostess and an enjoyable time was spent by those present. llf AUCTION mng. Mrs, K. O. Farris ef Itlchmond and Mis Roberta Adams f.f Pans, Here guests of Mr, and Mrs. Owsley Farris Sunday night. Mrs. Vogel and baby, of Keren. been Wilting in the neighborhood while her husband has been ng services at Wnlnuttu. Mr nnd Mrs. 11. K. Anderson of Lexington uere over Sunday to sec 'Lis mother, Mrs. V. V. Anderson, '.ho has been ill for several weeks. grand-daughter. wWte oak fram- Incaiter, Ky. Coming tw year A good one. Phone M' Itryantsville, 1S1 Lancaster, Geerge D. Robinson. (4-2- 1 tf.) Fifteen Harrctl Reck Kegs. $100 Floek Inspected and O. KM by Mr. ' A number of the ladies of the Chapta, Specialist In poultry, LexingMrs. T. D. O'Hcnrn. Christian church visited their pastor. ton. Ijincaiter, Ky Hev. Van Winkle and wife Wednesday, spending the day and welcoming FOR SALK; Milch cew, well them into the community. bred Jersey, gentle, irsed milker, Mr and Mm. Itebt. Ward enter- about four years sH, with young tained the following at dinner Sun-luy- : calf. If you wai.t a tested milch cow Mr. and Mrs. Jim Ballard, Min- sec, J. K. RoUmtn. is Marie and Ilculah I.cdford, Fan-:n- e Grass J. T. ROBERTS ETC., AT Notice For Claims. SPLENDID 81 ACRE RIVER BOTTOM FARM, LIVE STOCK, ABSOLUTE on the premises, at Ten A. M., Rain or Shine Ironchial pneumonia. Funeral services were conducted at the home Tuesday afternoon nt 1 o'clock by Rev. loung, after which interment took place in the Kinnard burying uround. He is survived by his wife rnd six small children to whom the ympathy of the community is the estate of J. K. Whitted, assigned, are notified to file the Mine properly proven according to law on or before May 15th., 1921 with the undersigned assignee, or its attorney In Lancaster, Ky. 1 Garrard Hank & Tiuit Co., Assignee, J. H Whitted. J. W. KImore, Cashier. J. K. Robinson. Attorney WEDNESDAY, MAY 4th Notice All persona having claims against Most men are judged by the company they keep, but sometimes it ts toujh on the company. s "Fully of a college education is more ornamental than use-ulremarks an exchange. And judging by some of the birds the colleges turn out one Is led to suspect that hto other third is more Idiotic than sensible. two-third," 1 g uabap nunoc rif-- n rcr J i? I I a a No horse can trivel to good advantage with pooily shn-and ill fitted shoes on. They lose pep. Wo fit shoe properly. Your horse feels the comfort they give, just as you do when you wear a comfortable shoe. 0 17 IS Located on Dix Hiver and better known as the "Dudderar's Mill" property, four miles from Stanford on Goshen PiKe, five miles from Lancaster and one mile from station, jrood shipping point. A1J of it first and second bottoms and tertile land. HO acres in meadow and balance in cultivation. Well watered by never failing springs nnd Div river. Plenty of fruit apples, pears, plums, grapes, etc. Close to school and church and in one of the finest neighborhoods in the county. Improvements: Nice two story 8 room brick residence, extra large double deck porch, splendid cellar, beautiful lawn, nice, approach, fine shade, etc. Well nnd cistern at door. Three story mill, extra large granary with tongue nnd grooved lloor and sides, corn mill, corn crusher and other paraphernnlin. dood large stock barn, and smaller stock barn, saddle house, garage and all sorts of out buildings. Personalty: Constats of mules, cows, wagon, buggy, etc. A dandy little farm. Ideal place to live, make money and enjoy life. Just the right size and located right. Life is short. You just pass this way once. Why not get something out of it as you go? A regular tractor farm, fine plnce to rake stock, attractive place for dairy. This one is close to nature the old water mill, dam, grand scenery along the river, fine fishing, etc. Just like living nt a summer resort the year around. Huy this farm and you will have the satisfaction of owning a real home, located right, well improved nnd good productive land. It will give you that satisfied feeling nnd enjoyment and ruddy glow of health In God's sunshine nnd open air In working this productive soil and making it bloom and blossom. Hemember this All parties interested have signed a contract and this Is just ns AI1SOLUTE SALE as any MASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE ever held In this1 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. Wo Invite the closest inspection. Terms liberal nnd made known on day of sale. For full particulars see, write or phone. by-bi- Mer-c- a the estate of the late 15. F. Hudson, will present same to undersigned, properly proven by Junp 1st, 1921. The Garrard Hank fc Trust Co. as Those owing said estate will kindassignee of J. K. Whitted oilers for ly settle same ut once. Shirley Hudson F. V. Frisblo Execu- sale privately. The residence, store tors. (4 21 3t) room and mill, the property coming to the control of the undersigned as J. K. Danville Busi- assignee of located at Whitted. This property is Nina, Garranl Co., anil Is one of the very best coun-tr- y ness mercantile stnnds in Central KenThe three-storbrick business tucky. The stock of goods will also house, located one door Fast of the be sold privately. If you are InterWelsh Wiseman Company, ono of ested in a good money making propthe choicest locations on Main street. osition see us at once. Price right, terms to suit. Phono We will also sell privately the or write, J. II. Letcher & Co. Agents, small farm of about thirty acres situ-atc- d Danville, Ky. near Nina. This Is a fertile convenient small farm with new Notice. dwelling on the pike, rich sand stone All persons having claims against land. Garrard Hank & Trust Co., the estate of the lite Mary It. Assignee, J. K. Whitted, Ilerkele arc hereby notified to preJ. W. Klmore, Cashier, sent same properly proven, as requirJ. K. Robinson, Attorney. ed by law, to the undersigned not later than May lfith, 11)21. Those EXCURSION owing said estate, please settle same nt once. O., J. C. Williams, Kxccutor. FOR SALE Store Room And utile Stand. For Sale, Property. y 0l.HU CASH sf i! A. H. VANHUSS 15 HUGHES Col. and McCARTY STANFORD, KY. si Lancaster, Ky v J. U. Dinwiddle on the Block. Get busy, keep busy, is your job unsafe? Is it permanent? You want a life long business? You can get into such a business, selling more than 137 Watkins produce direct to farmers if you own auto or' team or can get one; if you aro under 60 and can give bond with personal Wo back you with big sureties. selling helps; 52 years In business; 20,000,000 users of our products. Write for information where you can get territory. J. R. Watkins Co., 'Department 111, Winona, Minn. (4 CINCINNATI, and return via $3.15 L. & N. $3.15 Sunday, May 8th, 1921. Special train will leave Lancaster 5:29 A. M., returning will leave Fourth St. Station, Cincinnati, 6:30 P. M. Stand, art! Time, (7:30 P. M. City Time). For further information consult the Local Ticket Agent. t.)