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GRADED SCHOOL SEVENTEEN CITY FATHERS CONVENTION of Council held its monthly session last ternoon brought out about ISO Mrs. Kllia Aldridge, Mrs. Mary Monday night, the entire board being 10th. to 11th. prominent democrats from the va HIshop and James II. Dunn on the present. (Scoria Superintendent, rious srctlons of the county. The one ide nnd the Watkins Brothers The reading of the last minutes Slate The Fifth Kentucky District Conmeeting was called to order by conn on the other side, was filially settled and allowing n number of claim took vention of the Christian Church will CoKln has wnt out the following letter to nil the chairman ond secre- $175.00 Appropriated In 25 Years. ty chairman, J. K. Hobinson, who by the decision of the Court of Ap up the first few minutes of the meet In Jellico May 10th. and 11th. At peals Inst Tuesday, affiPiiing the de i stated the object of the meeting. ordinance was prepared and The local church Is busy with plans taries of the Graded School of the children n similar meeting n few months ago, clsion of Judge Hardin of the Or had its second reading, regarding the for n great assembly. Thrdughout Kentucky Delegates SUte, calling thrlr attention to the school law enacted at the lnt daily are being committed to the Mr. V. A. Lear was endorsed for cult Court, lly this div'sion of the oiling of the streets of Lancaster, from fourteen counties are expected. new care of the Kentucky Children's the democratic nomination for sheriff court the James Dunn heirs win one said expense to be paid by each ad- The counties to be represented are: icvion of the legislature. Home Society which makes them In- of Garrard county, but since that hundied nnd fifty acres of fine blue jacent property owner anil to be col- Whitley, Wayne, McGreary, Pulaski, It reaiU: to citizens among whom arc the time, physician have advised him grass land situated on the Danville lected by the city marshal, Just ns Lincoln, Garrard, nml Sccrelary Rock Chairman Madison, most substantial business meh and that owing to his health he should pike Just across the pike from Bet the other taxes of the city are collect- Castle, Jackson, Graded School lloanl of Trustee. Harlan, Laurel, women in Kentucky; men and wo- not make the race. Mr. Leaf made tls store, about three miles from ed. The ordinance I printed else- Clay, Knox nnd Hell. Gentlemen: where In thi Issue of the Hecord, The annual election of graded men who today would be part of the this statement at the meeting, thank town. Thv officers of the Fifth District The Wntkin Brother, who inher descrbing in detail Just how fnr out Convention are: President, Howard school trustee will he held at the dregs of society, but for th cuplift-in- g ing them for the endorsement, and Influence and chance to "make promising every help he could pos Bed it of the estate of the late F. each street the oil Is to be spread. J. Brazelton, Stanford, school houte In every gradii ichool Ky.; Vice fiily give for the success of the par Dunn by his will, were represented It alto provides that If other proper- President, H. II. Chandler, Middles-bordistrict in Kentucky on the flrU Sat good" given by this Institution. county seventeen ty. Mr, Dave C. Sander was then in this law suit by Hon. H. II. Tom ty owners wish the oil extended In From (Sarrnrd unlay of May, from 1:00 o'cloek to Ky.; Secretary, Mrs. H. E. fi;00 o'clock P. M. Women can vole children have been received Into the unanimously endorsed for the noml linson, Judge - I.. Walker, Judge T, front of their residence, it Is to be Mclloberts, Lancaster, Ky.; C. W. Kentucky nation for sheriff. It is undrrstood, I Kdelen nml Polsgrove and Hamil done at the property owner's In thi election and hold office aame Heceiving Home of the M. B. Sccretnry, Mrs. A. Corruthers, Pinevllle, Ky. at men. The hoard of trustee will Children's Home Society, tauisvillc, that Ashby Arnold nml II. D. I.ee will ton, of Frankfort, Ky,, and the The four ministers of the town organize on the second SaturJay of whereas the total appropriations run as his deputies. Friend of James Dunn heirs were represented Thv following program I announcappeared before the council and pro- ed: Tuesday evening May 10th, 7:30, May, when chairman and secretary from Garrard county, by the Fiscal these men claim that a stronger tick by J. K. Kobinion. tested the granting of license to a will ! elected for the emulng year. Court have been only $175.00 during i't could not be nominated. Robert to 9:15 Conferences. Banquet. Street Carnival which I being con- Address; 8:15 morning program will years of the Society's 11. Tomlinon, Jr., was unanimously Go To Your attention U called to Sena-to- r tile twenty-fivAt 8:15 the endorsed for representative and acx)tnce. Bright' amendment to the grad Tickets are now being offered the ducted on HIchmond street this week. begin. Addresses will be made by school law, section Toward the building fund the cepted with a very nice little talk. business men of this city and Gar Mayor Ducnan assumed the entire ed common Mrs. W. H. Humphrey, of Lexington, Its He is popular and as t'uc n demo $2,010.00. ThU county has given for the granting of this Mrs. M. S. Waldcn. of Danville, Mrs 4.4C3 a Kentucky Statutes. rard county to a amendment setting out certain quail quota hud been fixtnl at 12.000.00. crat as his illustrious father and his banquet that will be given at the privilege, stating that he had done W. C. Stanley of Louisville, Mrs. The building fund i for the erec- friends say he will win. flcations of graded school trustees Garrard Tobacco Warehouse, Thurs so without the approval of the board, J. T. Sullivan of Louisville and Mrs. The ticket n tmide up at present and never thought for a moment that A. Carruthers of Pinevllle. District may be found In the supplement to tion of the cottage village at London, day evening, May 19th. enactments of Ky.. where ground was broken March is thought to be the strongest demo Kentucky School This is to be n forerunner to the there would be any serious objection. work will also be discussed in the 1020 from which the following is 1st. and the 4aii arc for the com- crntic ticket that has ever been put organization of the Garrard county The privilege was not rescinded. morning session by A. H. Baugh of pletion of the admintstnitiou build- nut in Garrard county. Formal an Business Men's Club nnd every pub quoted: Hustonville, W. O. Fojtcr, Jellico, "No person shall be eligible to the ing and one large cottnire n October. iiouncemrnt of these candidates will lie citizen in the town nnd county High K. G Sherer of Corbln and W. J. otlice or member of the Heard ef The village is to be a memorial from appear later in the Hecord. Clark of Sparta. should buy .one of these tickets anil Education who ha net attained the thv school children of Kvntueky to The afternoon will be enlivened It will cost cd By Madison High. attend thi banquet. DIXON years and who J the homeless children of the State age of twenty-fiv- e with addresses from the following: only one dollar and it is guaranteed The Lancaster High School base not a citizen of ami bona fide resi- through the plan envolved by Geo. Howard Burnett, Mt. Vernon; Homthat you will get your money's of the Begins Sunday In Dan worth, as the dinner Is to be nerved ball team went down Into defeat at er W. Carpenter, HIchmond; E. D. dent f this Commonwealth and of L. Sehon, Superintendent the hands of the HIchmond boys last Bourland, The appeal for nearly half the city for which he t elected three Society. Lancaster; N. K. McGow-aby the Circle Girls, whose reputation Friday afternoon on the latters ville. years next prcceedlng the election; of the building fund of $300,000.00 Louisville; and G. W. Muckly, has long since been made in serving ground by the score of 4 to 2. no person shall be cligilde to this of- is being made to the xhool children St. Louis. Dr. A. C. Dixon of Hrooklyn will bounteous meals to the public on Lancaster High started off in the fice who at the time ef Ms election throughout the school of Kentucky. Wednesday evening, May 11th., at occasions. conduct a two week's evangelistic furmisr first inning by making one run and is directly or Indirectly Interested in 8:30 nnd address on "Christian StewHaptist meeting in the Danville also one in the third inning and held Legionaires any contract with the Hoard, or who ardship" will be delivered by G. W. Held For church beginning next Sunday, May the Madison High to a 2 to 0 game Muckly holds an olTce of trust or agency of, of St. Louis. - Inning when they I world's 8 th. Dr. Dixon one of the Krtha Mitchell, colored, IS year until the seventhVisit or whose father, son, brother, wife, During the Convention the delegreatest preachers and Danville is of are. with two children, was tried iucceeded in making four run. is daughter, sister, or sister-in-lagates will be taken on a trip through Mr. Chat. Thompson, Adjutant of n before Judge Stapp un Monday, The local boys pla-a good game employed as teacher or in any capac- the local post, American Legion re- fortunate, indeed, to secure such years of charged with forging the name of K. and fought n hard fight, three errors the famous "Narrow" the scenic ity by such Hoard, or who is directly ceived this morning from State head- man. He was pastor for one of Doiton's largest churches. - Woods, of Paint Lick to an $K0 in the seventh inning making them Wonderland of the Cumberland. or indirectly Interested in the sale quarters In l.oulsvillc, announcement Jellico extqnds a hearty welcome Moody Church, check which she-- ottcmMed to cash loose the game. Cox on the mound to the Hoard of books, stationery or that State Ofllcert of the Department He was called to the Chicago, to succeed Dr. H. A. Tor-re- at the Garrard Hank & Trust Com pitched ft wonderful game of ball and to all who may go. other property. If he shall after of Kentucky will visit I.ancater on For the last eight year, he pany Jast Friday. pitched himself out of the hole. In election become a candidate for any Friday, May '.'0th., 1921. has been pastor of Spurgeon's church She confessed to the forgery and many innings, while Bratton In cen office or agency or for the nominaNotices will be sent out to all leg- - of London. was held under bond 'c await the ter field made an excellent play when tion thereto, the holding or discharge lonaire notifying them of the arrival To Be Mr. James M. Jelks of Macon, Ga., action of the next grand Jury. Bond he went out of the lot and got a ball which would have rendered of these gentlemen, Mid Adj. Thomping of Mr. was furnished and she was released. that looked like a "homer" and made will have charge of the music. The Democratic voters of Garrard him Ineligible before election, or if son. Jelks is a young man of pleasing a throw- - to second base and In turn County, Ky., ore notified and rehe shall remove out of the city for personality, who har had wide excaught the runner nt home plate, quested to meet at the various prewhich he was chosen, or if he shall Boy To sevenperience a Director of Music. do or incur anything which would the Currency has The entire team consisting of Capt. cincts of the count)' at the The controller of Danvlle extends a cordial invitaCochran Crutchfield, Henry, Holtz. teen places where the voting wa had ineligible for clec. have rendered him Girl. tion to her neighboring towns and called on all National Hanks for the claw, Anderson, Estcs, Cochran, S. last November election, on Saturday, Wed tlon or if any of his relative above! the banks at the close News has been received here of surrounding community to attend condition of I)., Bratton and Daniels all played a May 7th., 1921 at 2:00 o'clock P. specuied be employed ty the iioani, of business on' Thursday, Apr. 28th., good the announcement of the engagement these meetings. M., standard time, for the purpose game. his olTlcc shall without further ac11)21. narrow, of Paducah, They will Journey to Nlcholsville of electing in each of the seventeen tion, be vacant, and It shall be filled of Kathleen Fixing tomorrow (Friday) where they will precincts of the county, two No member shall be Ky., to G. 0. Wilson, on of Mr ami as directed. of the Democratic commeet the N. II. S. boys and we are permitted to vote In any election by Mrs O. M. Wilson of Paint I.ick. Chief Ilratton is putting In some .. n...i i .. n-- i. . at liberty to say that they will take mittee, to serve for the next four ui i. f t ne lormni announcement oi me en- - good work now filling up all the holes them into camp. years, one committeeman and one ' approaching marriage 'n the streets. We would like to lives or connections above named The town team will cross bat with was the occasion tor n delightful di- have asphalt on our streets and escommitteewoman. In precincts where shall be candidates." there is at present no committeeman' nner party on April 16th., in the at-- I pecially on the Square. What about the Hustonvllle boy here Friday of HONOR ROLL This promts ternoon at 3:30 P. M. tractive! appointed dining room of it "City Dads?" the chalrmnn of the county committee New e to be a good game and a record the Home Kconomlcs Department at wilt appoint some one to call the asMr. Parker Jenkins has Just erect- Shorter College crowd should go out and root for the Home, Go. The sembly of voter together, nnd where Meeting. "old town team." ed a home for hi popcorn and pea- bride elect Is the daughter of Mr. there Is presently a committeeman There will be n Important meetSchool. nut roaster, Just across the street nnd Mrs. M. S. Gnrrow of Paducah, he will call the voters assembled to from the Hecord olTlce. It is con- Ky., was n former student in the Uni- ing of the Women's Club at its rooms Church Notes Below- - are given names of pupils In order for the election. veniently arranged and located right versity of Kentucky, is a member of Friday night and a full meeting of its J. K. HOBINSON, Chairman of The Fifth District Sunday School the first eight grade whose class where he can catch his hungry cus- the Sigma Kappa Sorority, and wait members are earnestly requested to the Democratic Executive Comatid Missionary Convention of the work nnd attendance for the month tomers both "comln and gwi'n." graduated from Middlesburg College, be present. Business of much Immittee for Garrard Qounty, Ky. will be held at Jeb of April merits special mention Middlesburg, Vt., last June. Mr. portance will come up at this time. Christian Church Jlco on May 10th., and 11th. Mrs. Grade I Wilson I a groduute of the UniverGood Home Coming H. K. Mclloberts of Lancaster i J. K. Aldridge, William Carrier, sity of Kentucky nnd of the Univer Secretary of the Convention and Thomas A. Chappell, Frank Curtis appreciated crowd A small but sity of Chicago I.aw School, n mem Grove. Mr. Hatfield, the merchant on the Itev. K. B. Bourland will preside in greeted the Centre College minstrel Hobinson, Cecil Sanders, Charles ber of Tnu Kappit Alpha and Delta lincaster pike, on the Gnrrnnl counSunday, May 15th., will bv observ the place of the President, Itev. II. Walker, Kmbry Conn. Wm. Franklin that held the hoards nt the IComan Chi Fraternities and is a prominent ty side, had n dangerous automobile Brnzelton of Stanford, who, be Gadberry, Krneit Sutton, Opera house last Monday night. young Mary ed a Home Coming Day by the attorney in Hazard, Ky. The wreck on the Hoyle county side of J. church at Pleasant Grove. We earnSome of the Joke were fair; thv cause of the sad death of his only Henry nnd James Dorwin Seale. exact date of the wedding will be an the iron bridge on the Lancaster pike estly invite all who will to attend run n few weeks ago, has been' asked singing good, the music was excellGrade II uounced later. Sunday night. The car jumped over to be relieved. Mr. Bourlnnd will The door receipts amounted ent. Colli Anton, Walker Burnam Cas and hope to make the day both pleasthe bank on the opposite side from also deliver an address in the after ant and profitable for all who come. to about 175.00. ey, Helen Tools the point where the two preachers noon of the eleventh . This will be nobis,Theo. McWhorter, Francis Hey- - Kspecially are all those who have PolHculnh Simpson, were killed In an auto accident a the first District Convention held Dinner. M. V. Sanders, Katherinv Al- - once been members of tho church and Now Will few months ago. Tli's is a most within two years and it U hoped that lard, Irldge, Lydia, Harnett, Christine Mc- - moved away into other communities Mrs. Amanda Coy, on Richmond dangerous place. Danville Advocate many from Lancaster and Garrard urged to spend the day with u and Carty, nnd Hay Orrell. street, delightfully entertained at a Costly Delay. x help to make it a real "homo coming county will attend. Alt contemplatGrada III 1.11.. tut. .llnn.tr In.t U'lulnpulnt. New Ice ing so doing should send their names Dinner will Nancy Clark, Brauche Conn, Em- - day" for the church. The following enjoyed her hospital. Ordering repairs and fixing up the to Mrs. J. Klbert Smith, Chairman mn Hagnn, Francis Tucker, Fannie bu provided on the church ground tty: Dr. and Mrs. J. J Pursley, Air farm machinery now is insurnncu and we will have time for a social Committee, Lee Wnlker, and Clifford Young. of thv Kntertainment nd Mrs. A. F. Sanders, Misses Stella against delay at harvest time. A Mr. Clinton llastln has recently Jellico, Tcnn. hour together as well as for the Grade IV and Hilllc Sanders, Salllo and Mat loss of one day then may mean the taken over the management of the Kdnn Hatcher, Georgctta Walker, morning and afternoon programs. tie I.utz, Uda and Mao Uroadus. loss of a crop. These are the sug Ico cream department of llastln The program is as follows: Additional elders and deacons Sarah Wllmot, Addle and Mosaic gestloni of J. II. Kelly, head 'of thv Brothers and proposes to manufac were elected to the Hoard of Officers and Lois Conn. 10:00 A. M., Sunday School, beGrade V CrUcllll and Mcssr. W. U) Grlffy farm engineering department of tho turo tho choicest article in this line lust Sunday morning. Those chosen George Hagan, Hobert Batson ginning promptly. and T. J. Price. College of Agriculture who especially that ha ever been served thv public as ciders were: Kdgar Price, Hobert 11:00 A. M., Song and CommunWiljiam Lawrence Holtz-claDavidson, recommends that farmers pay partic cf this community. Mr. llastln will Shearer, and It. E. Mcltoberts. ion service. Mamie Craig, Johnetta San ular attention to thv mower and give hi entire time to the work and Those chosen as deacons were: N. U. 11:30 A. M., Sermon. Subject, der, Nancy Thomas Lear, Mary Lee binder. will cater to the family trade as well Price, C. M. Thompson and J. J Dunn, Klslv Hatfield Write Insurance every "Day," nnd Hudson "Church Membership and What It New sections are frequently need- as the wholesale trade, the latter ho Walker, Jr. Of those to the elderMean." Schooler. llencw your Policy, If you're "away" ed for tho mower knife while the now serves In HIchmond, Hcrca, ship Kdgar Price and It. E. Mcltob-vr- t 12:00, Noon, Enrollment of memAsk your neighbor; ho will say Grade VII may need a new bearing, a Junction City, Winchester, Versailles wero promoted from the dlacon-at"Insurance with a man, that' here binder Julian Elliott, Kella Meadows, ber for revised church roll. reel-slor n slat, strap or buckle nnd Frankfort. Ho proposes to buy To supply thv vacancies cre- Paul Schooler, Hazel Broadus, Shir-Ic- y 12:15 P. M Adjournment for dinto stay." for the canvasses. These are smalt the purest and richest cream that ated by their promotion, Go. U. ner. Denny and Margaret Scott. Write business In any form, repairs which are best obtained as Garrard county can furnish and In Hobinson and C. 11. Iiaitin were 2:00 P. M. Praise service. you Crada VIII Pay your loved ones, when soon as possible and placed on the turn expects and has a right to ex- chosen. The election was by popu2:20 P. M Ordination of church Kdith Avant, Wilbert Holtzclaw, have gone. machine during rainy days. Care pect tho local trade of this commun lar vote of the congregation. Kdith Moore, Adella Walker, Homer officers. Stop I Think 1 Act I Insure with to see that the tool box of the binder ity. 45 P. M Sermon, "The Church in Carrier and V, A. Lear. is supplied with a number of chain In tho next Issue of the Hecord he The subject of next Sunday mornTho Present Day World." by Bro. links, binder baits, cotter keys, riv proposes to tell of some special of- ing's sermon will be: "Who Is a Obelisk Tha Blue Ribbon Flour, M. A. Hart, of Danville ets, knlf sections, and canvas staples ferings to the trad and with a qual- Church Member!" The evening is FIRST PATENT. Call No. 26 Como and add to the pleasure and Is also on Insurance against costly ity of. cream and ice that will tickle subject will be: "Pain and Suffering, and hava a tack delivered today. profit uf the day. delay after the harvest begins. the palate of the most fastiduou. Their Iteason and Discipline." Uudion & Farnau. Chat. B. Holder, Minister. Slat Superintendent. CHILDREN Endorsed At Democra Settled In The Court Of Held Monthly Meeting Of Christian Church Trustees To Be Elected County From Garrard tic Mass Meeting. Appeals Monday Night. Program Completed Next Saturday In Kentucky ChiThe Democratic mass meeting held The big law suit betwien the heirs The regular meeting of the City At Jellico May Qualification! of Sm Called To lly the late James Dunn, who are nt the court house last Saturday af ldren's Home Society. o, I- e. e The "Get-Togeth- iw Lancaster Defeat MEETING n, State Forgery. Lancaster v. Precinct Committeemen Elected. Garrard Calls For Report. Paducah Square. W'"' Town Team Plays Friday. Stand. Important Of Lancaster Graded Christian Minstrel. Auto Wrecked. Day At Pleasant Birthday Repairing Farm Prevent Cream Manager Old Firm. e. at The Central Record. Lancastei , Ky., Thursday May 5, 92 1 1 REDUCE LARGE WASTE IN CELERY SHIPMENT i PUns For State Federation. Mrs. h In i package new size LUCKY STRIKE It's Toasted And still the world yaps about Yap. The man who follow hit noso never retreats. When an auctioneer shoots of his mouth it's n case of hit or miss. When Now 10 cigarattas for 10 cts Handynnd convenient; try them. Dealers now carry both sizes : 10 for 10 cts ; 20 for 20 cts. is with us again, consistency demands that we begin that summer to yearn for winter. Wo are told that war is in the air ignin, but so long as it remains there we won't worry. If all men would lenrn to sew on loVcrs quarrel each thinks other unpardonnbly slow at mak- buttons before marriage tt might the rave n lot of family Jars. ing up. A tax on bachelors would not be It is wise to put your trust in Cod. to bad after all. The fellow who but don't expect Him to dish up three lays up would have a valid excuse meals a day while you loaf on the job. for remaining single. W. 0. RIGNEY W. U. DICKERS0N Lafon Hiker, Prcs'dent of Federation of Woman's Clubs, has issued the call for the ol Lack ot Grading. Twenty-Seventannunl Convention which is to be held at Danville, May Ettabllshment or Two Grades or t'th. to 12th. With the call, local clubs have re Rough Product Would Enable Deal ceived copies of proposed changes in era and Receiver to Work on which have been voted upon More Profitable Bail. at the last local meeting and the plan IPrrparetl byUhr- I'MUd States Impart-m- ef reorganization of departments, re. f Acr1 ulturt .) quested by the General Federation. "IttuiKli celery" I (lit market tertti The following schedule of events iitl(il i celery Hint I tnkrn from is given: tin- d ami iwrkcd In crate with Formal opening of 127th, Annual or mi trimming. Trausnclloti In meeting Monday, May Oth nt l:00 rough celery always ore more or le I M., at the Christian church. Indefinite, of the Inck of grad-Int- . o'clock Tlu bureau of markets, L'nlteJ Mrs. Thomas J. Winter, President of States Iviwrtuirjit i if Agriculture, ha the (General Federation will speak. In rii conducting luvt Itmt ton In the Immediately following this meeting, celery markets nf New Yoik, Now Jer- there will be n reception given by the sey, Pcmis)laula nml Ohio, to learn If Danville Woman's Club at Centre It will be irnrilmlili to establish College gymnasium. Tuesday afterstandard celery grade. In mil', the noon, the students of Kentucky Col rullroiiri reported Hint l.iM) carload lege for Women will give their an of celery tin been moved from tin Mn I ex mentioned, ii ml Hint mot of nual May Day Festival, to which Fed em t ion guests arc invited. It xlilpjieil In the rough. y Dr. A. C. Dixon, Tin eMnhlMimcnt of two entile of formerly m rough relery would eliminate much charge of Moody Tabernacle in Chi wa-dMini would ouahlo lenler mih! cago and Spurgeon Tabernacle in Leaden. Kngiand, will speak Tuesday night. A most interesting program is be ing arranged for Wednesday night by the Department of History. Thursday afternoon the Hosto! Club will furnish ears for n drive ' ijj. k tnrougn me country, stopping at Shaker Town Inn. for dinner. A I short program and presentation of new officers after dinner, will close the Convention. KvcrV Club is uruisl tn semi n full 'delegation and as many visiting I numbers as possible, Klvc'.ion will be held to all following If .cest President First Vico-Prs lent, Third Corre-- ! r r. I ng Secretary and Chairman of jt e fj lowing department: Art, Hare j j of Information, Civics, Home' Kf;n;;n.cj Intustrial and Social Literature and library i Con J. t ons, Kxtn:ion, Musk, Philanthropy and ioe.jil Hygiene. There will be no individual club report. District governors will report Celery In Field Almost Ready for all work done by clubs in their die-- , Transactions Indefinite Because Kentucky 10.000 Wanted HENS AND ROOSTERS lli-l- lit-I- your Poultry now, as the market is sure ?Sell to go lower. WE ALSO BUY EGGS. Phone us we want your business. 1 Harroisliirlu i COMPANY. R. L. HAGAK, STANFORD ST., & Pruflnce Mgr. LANCASTER, KY. BjJ Hunting with a falcon wns the chief sport of medieval Kngland, and tho who trained the hints or handled thtm en known as falconer, from which Is derived mir modem ner with Its variations. A Derived Name From Occupation. A Novel Tip. Faulk, SHiMng of tip, ii inc recently came to our attention where n diner tendered a nmnrt waitress nn olTer of tnsrrlnce. Infitnnlng her that ho could not nffnnl lo tip waiters, hut If ha had no objection he mlcht take him. self. The tip was accepted. Iloston ' e- t. issHP'S Marketing. Wter.Flnder Finds Minerals. Traiirrlpt reader In l)or, l. Vt. writes that water-finde- r he is a He uei a forknl Mad No niohU at All. stick hut can not etplaln what power causes It to ilnt downuard when ho' Paul and Anthony own a stagim In SiKiietlmes Paul eteru Is pasting over water Not only enn tonnerhli. he locate water, hut hy placliiu a small a little more authority than Is pleasOn oi of tiiea ocpiece of lead In the end of thn stick ing to Anthony. he Is nlilo to find lead hen under casions Anthony sought his mother the ground, once locatlm? n hurled plp and. after jelling his irwinles. added: "Mother, Paul treats me like the ucly t. for a fanner. He ran also locatu sisters treated Cnderlla." I llmitreal Herald. ' cn-Jm- ,nc Deposit Here & Save Tour Money We Strive to Serve. ! W. O. RIGNEY Office Rhone 18. & CO. Funeral Directors und Embalmers Residence i'lione 33. Lancaster, - Kentucky. Officers, chairmen or (lovernors to place their orders and receiver sales on n more detlulte hauls. Tho not present will have reports filed first grade, as contemplated hy tho without rending. steclalltH who are conducting the The following delegates have been would Include sound stock selected: Mrs. K. II. llourland and' that Is practically five from pithy Mrs. Harry Hudson. stalks. Malks that have gon to seed The alternates are: Mrs. S. (J. or urn damaged from disease or InAnder A minimum diameter for this Haselden and Mrs. Itichard sects. grade of Inches would be flxed. The son. econd grade would Include any celery that did not meet the requirements for the first grade. CAPITAL $50,000.00 SURPLUS $60,000.00 BANK. li CITIZENS NATIONAL LANCASTER. KY, Select Path and Follow It Qreat Butter Country. Stake your own life. Don't live any-on- e Australia produce about 200,000,. else's. Take your chance. Don't of butter annually, of 000 pound which 73,000.000 pounds aro exported. bo afraid of what's back of you or what's before you. Just live the best you know how, and live It strong. , For Antiquarians to Solve. im discussing tho. origin or names English Titles of Nobility. .frera occupation on Interesting point The rank of earl j Introduced In crop up. A man might have leen to Kngland at the time of the Con cooper and his son a winter, why quest and succeeded the Saxnn was the family known as coopers and It continued the (richest rank not wearers? Just at what point did In Kngland until IMward III created the appellation crystallze Into a namoT dukes In I .'137 anil Itlchard II created Careful study has fulled to clear up marquesses In KiSS, both being superthis iiolut. ior to earls. Australia earl-(lor- SHIPPING As TO SMALL CITIES There la Little Opening for Carlot Shipments, tt Is Advsable to Mix the Produce. Corner Public Square uml .Dnnville Strret. j5y'wSVvVvvo.vc.:. .'caycAvcav'Civc&'i I WE HAVE PUT THE POWER OF FIVE YEARS AGO. BACK In small cities there Is little opening for carlot shipments of fruits or vegetables. Shippers of cnrlonds should neer conolcn to such markets unless previous arrangements have been maile with n dealer, say speolallM of tho l'nlted State Department of Agriculture. The small cities are eally mersupplled and only at certain times offer an opening for a carload of any Often a kind of iwrtshnhle produce mixed carload Is more eatable In such irnrkets than n car tilled with on kltid. The inoit reliable plan Is to load and ship the cur according to repreviously quirement ascertained from tho dealer who handles the sain. It Is still leter lo illspoe of the car f n. h. shipping point. This mnr he done when the dealer Is III Heed of the supply and when the shipper Is a hit to convince tl! buyer that his Don't Suffer men and women are lufferia Ihry are trcsliiC ctfccti loilc ad ol removinjt cauws. Why tiotbcr with li.lrocnli sad loiioni lor rbcumstic psini, backshr, Hi3 ioiott, mie muiclct, billouinct., ntrvouinrn, floslinj; ipeckt la the vitioa, dizsiarM, puffy pouf bes under the eyes, or other symptom ol kidney trouble when the kidney, csn be made welt and ttroojt, thus removin the cauie ol tho ymptomtr 1,500 Clrls in One School. Safeguarding To pruft-v- t MANY Santiago, attend'-"! I t v has one high school girls. i, than the Miner. ba aft lor VlJ.y trooM t.i blU r oiih .iiktrool m.rtf.n. Thsoiio.trUtiliirneihrtUI. ol it. icfMbl. lilo.ill UtUU Mil torthinl k,l.M diMlJllJ tart iIimsii br ! Ihtow Ih.l kld..( ud bllJJ.r 7fcr 'p lk J kid",. (wmw ovl el lb blood Ik w..l ploa ol bklacr UOablf CM lb . Farm Machinery While It Is luipokMhlc Ut dvlcnnla) the extent that modern farm Implements hate Increased the production acre. It Is certain thul It Is only through their use Ihut the large Increase In population Im Uvii supinirt-ei- l nnd sulllcliiii lult ilU'rntel to (MTinlt of the ireem ,.uuHfaeturlng and commercial actltito hi our towns and cities, and )ct pi 'v l. sultlclent fiMMl with which to " tun the race. n With the Implement or 70 j run ago, no sueli coiid'tion of development as maltitaliieii IihIhjt Is lT the miner ugalnst his ancient euemy, lultammahle gas a mining rnglneer ha impnncd thn stand ant ty of miner's lamp. Hn has added a device which caute the lamp to emit a loud singing note as soon as tho atmosphere becomes charged with Inflammahle gaa. i ' , Verse Writing Taught In School. Chlliee schools. Just before thn noonday rccv. the teurher writes a sentiment, a proverb, or a proportion upon n slip of rod pajMr and mste It upon the door. Barb hoy as he goei out read the line., nnd In the after noon CMes to the (earlier another lino which will, with the first, mako a couplet. III I 4 guarantee t regarding the grade and quality of the produce, STRONG SEED IS REQUISITE gil 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. U4 Uoai Ti. . mei b. .uS.r.d b of ol I... wlta bMu ..UblW't iioobl to; lb Tk o.lr iki.s k... ri li ("ll.l Icomwu t'oltr M4as isae ..,.! ikmmiI ik lo r e r" A.lolo. ! O. V Vl..l.lr. X I Bn I VUu. Sm bl I I klJC o. bl.JJ.I llonkl. STORMES DRUG STORE First Thoufht In Drufs LAN'CASTKH, KY. I That of Alfalfa, When Properly Ma. tured, Has Clear, Llcjht Golden Color, With Green Cast. I I 0 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 storo and everybody is a winner except ourselves. We want your busineis 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. sssssk i I H I I 1 I i I V Becker & tsauara I PHONE 27. BRYANTSV1LLE, KENTUCKY. a sssm II I i Witty paragraphs are becoming so Good seed Is the llrt requisite In one numerous in the newspaper getting a stand nf any crop. Alfalfa recognize that seed should not only he of good qual- t'nils it difficult to ity and strong In vllsllty, hut It should they are supposed to be witty. Ih ejean nnd free from foul weed War threatens to break out be-- 1 eeds. Properly mattirisl seed of ah ween some of the Central Amerifalfn has a clear. Ilcht golden color, receive with a faint greenish east, tmmuture can countries, but it will which has" scant nttention up here until after seeds are greener and i been blenched or hcntiit becomes dis- th vbascball season. colored, Urown or blackened seed are A spirit of fairness in commercial likely lo he dead or low In vitality. Oreelilsh roloriil seed. If not too I.fe would do much toward restoring I shrunken, may germinate well. Prefer the country to normal conditions. I plump, heavy iml; badly shrunken Out that is to much to expect In! seed, even though It may sprout, will these days of scramble and grab. . produce weak plants. A girl hat as much right to wear OF MIL0 CROP l er hair fixed up so her head looks INTRODUCTION like the ace of clubs as a man has to First Grown In This Country About art his mop in the middle or comb 1482 and Was Not Uniform In it back n la Pompadour, but the Height or Maturity. man' head does not hide so much of picture on the screen nor shut Mlhi was grown first In this coun- the off the view of the preacher entirely try about P'J. It wus not uniform In maturity mid In height, most of if you happen to sit behind him at the pllilKK helng toU. Stlitidlird Ul'.lo church as that a. of c contraption Is a direct defendant of the original into which the tweet things persist tyjH, reduced by systematic selection in twisting the natural adornment of ' of from 3 to J their shapely head.. i tit r t uuder dry laud comiltions. I . I PAINT! PAINT - PAINT and now You can airord to paint i.s our hou.se this year the time of year to do it. Lampion's Try our Ra-Mey-- Paint Floor Varnish him proven to be second to none and we are prepared to furnish it at prices that will interest you, also PURE LINSEED OIL, TURPENTINE and FLOOR PAINTS OF ALL KINDS. Lac a most satisfactory rencwer of furniture, floors and all interior wood work, it will surprise you what can be done with a Hmnll can of it and a little work. Save the surface and you save all. 600DL0E & WALKER BROS. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday, May 5, 192! 1 Mi NOTDil It is owned by many who can afford to pay anything they wish for the , tilings they use. bought because of its known value and its after economics. is always City Ordinance. An ordinance levying and provid. for the collection for the year 1921. an ad valorum on all property subject to taxation In the city of tanenster and a poll tax on each male inhabitant over 21 years of age and approttening all ether estimate J revnues. The City Council of the city of Itncaster, Ky., do ordnln as follows: Section I That there be and there is hereby levied for the year 11! 1, upon each one hundred dollars "of nil the nsscftcd and assessable property, real, personal and mixed, tangible and Intangible, of every kind and description liable for In the city of Lancaster, Ky., nn advnllrum tnx of seventy-fivcents for the several purposes and the rate for the several items of ex penditure apportioned ns follows: In tax-ntle MT. HEBRON Mr. Jno, Jackson li improving. Mrs. Ollie Ijine remains quite sick. Miss Ninn Coulter of llryantsville, was the guest of her sister, Mr. M. !. Montgomery last week. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Hdington of Orchard Grove, were the week-en- d guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ollie Ijinc. Mr. and Mrs. Felix Iinc and of Orchard Grove, spent Sun day with Mr. ami Mm W. S Howling. chil-Iro- Cow Peat, Soy Itrsnt, and Millet. GENUINE Iludton & Farnau. Mr. Jesse Itay and two sons, of. Iincnster, were with her sister, Mrs. Ollie the latter part of the week. Mr. and Mrs. liny Hall and chil BULL" DURHAM makes 50 cigarettes SINKING 1 FUND. It Tbc gasoline conninii(im is unusually low The lirt mileage li unusually tiifti sv. KINNAIRD BROS. Lancaster, Ky. cents upon each ne hundred dollars worth of property liable for taxation for the pur- pole ef providing for the Sinking Fund, the revenue arising from which Is apportioned as to the items of expenditure at follows: IS cents n each $100.00 of property liable for taxation far the purpose of providing the sum of $1,600.00 to meet and pay the interest on the bonded htdebtcdnci of the city which be come due May and August 1921 res pectively; 10 cent upon each $109 ef property liable for taxation for the twrHMie of providing the sum ef $100.00 for the ultimate redemption of the hnoded indebtedness of the city and all revenue over and beyond the Mtm of $3890.00 raised by the W levy of IS cents oh each $100.00 worth of properly liable for Chaatien stall 70 to the Gestural Revenue Fund and there is hereby apportion ed ratably among-- the several Items of ax pen di tare tbere-undo- r. Twenty-five t(j 1 ; WATKK WOKKS HKVKKUK FUND ted 10 rents on each $100.00 worth of property liable for tarnation far the purpose of providistK for the II MtK ia the Water Work Fund ariMia far the exeaas of the tvn i Orangoutang oTHtiK-outBiit- C aafadilitras for the water worfcn Sjrstaw. above the rereaae arisM frosa this lery to the extent of $1000 ahaR rx to the Water Works ltoeeatM PmsmI and aaed ia dafraylmr the ear-rexpenses of Use Water Works System, bat all revenue sver and be- rand $1,000.00 arlasna froas this soaeet shall pass to the General Ra venna Fund and the same are hereby apportioned to the aeeooal of r- eral claims aRainet the city not other wise provided for. at tobacco dren of Gilbert Creek, nttended ser- vteei here Sunday nnd were guests for flood of his brother, Mr. Ernest Hall. 10c Mr. nnd Mrs. Kniest Montgomery entertained at dinner Sunday I!ev. Munlry, of Lancaster, Mr. ami Mrs. Hamlet Jennings, daughter, K.lvn, and son, Mnstcr Frank. Ituby Gordon, the little daughter ing his sister, Mrs. George Tester of Mr. nnd Mrs. llnrrlsorv Dean fell nnd Mr. Tenter near Hardstown. Seed Corn, Early Yellow Dent, out of the barn last week but was She was Kelly While, Johnson County White. not eriou!y injured. bruised some but has about recover Iludton St Farnau. ed. Mr. and Mrs. Hiram I .nnd nnd Mr. and Mrs. Harrison Dean son i, Mr. nnd Mrs. John Land and Sundny in honor of her son, Miss Ivn Hollon and Mr. Hsny brother, Mr. Irvine Duncan. Her Itay were guests of Mr. and Mrs. other brothers, ami Mrs. Josic Dun-ra- n Frank ami family Sunday. and children and Mr. II. A. Duncan. When n political crook feols hi Mr. and Mr. Harrison Dean and honor besmirched "he Is strong for two children and Mr. Irvine Duncan 11 sweeping investigation provided and son, of Indianapolis, attended the investigators are deaf, dumb, the Hist, anniversary of their father, .blind and dead. Mr. II. A. Danean, at hi bnme near Itryantavilte last Tuesday. There Notice were 3f trnests present and a very All persons having claims anainst enjoyable day was spent. He rethe estate of the late It. F. Hudson, ceived a number of presents, amon will present same to undtrsegned, widen was a nice wK of clothe pre- property proven by June 1st, 1021. sented by his sons. Those owiK said eMato wilt kindly sottie seme at once. GUNNS CHAPEL Shirley Hudson V. V. Prfabie Bxeeu-tor(4 21 St) Master Goonre Karta it HI. Mrs. Sim Ray spent last wook with Notice. bar damrhter. Mrs. J. W Dadey. All person havlnc claim inrainit Mr Harvey T eater purchased a the estate af the late Mary It. heifer from Mr. Jasper May. Little Miss JeweM MaCoMoy has Herkele are hereby notMod to pre-sosame properly proven, a requirrecovered from a severs attack of ed liy law, to the undersigned not pneumonia. May 1 6th, 1921. Those Mr. U. II. ChMMUor of Law oast er, later than was with Mr. Harvey Tuntor That. owinx said estate, please settle same at once. day nHdrt. J. C. Williams. Kxeector. Dr. and Mr G. M. Itondron and Mr Jokw Land were in l.ealmtUn lost SO s. ut OBNKRAL German frlouit Pipes In Demand. Mlinemer. Orang-utan- , say a eorreMmilent, Tti cnrljr German "houo pipes" nra friiin southeastern llorripo. moans. In much prized by collector. They are the Malay Unguac. "man of ttio of formidable sire, tome of them hold. while the name Ins ai much as n pound of tnbncctv, which we cnreJeMly apply to tho great Ytirse pipes art usually of porcelain, anthropoid, mean "man tn (telit," beautifully molded ami decorated. for-est- ." RKVKN'UB FUXU Mr. and Mr. J. M Anson and Mrs W. II. Hay were In Lexington last week. Mr. and Mr. MeKlaley Matthews have Ween bore te see Mr sister, who is ill. Mbx Norn Matthews, who has been quite ill with pneumonia is improving. Mr. and Mrs. Josse Glonn are welcoming a little sen, who arrived on Sows Need Rest Before Spring Breeding Season. With th approach of the spring breeding MMn for box, farmer Ui have sbeuld make arrangement the nursing period for pigs completed and th sow dried up by at leait one week before breeding time which usuully come about the middle of May, according to recommendations made by nninial husbandry special iti. One way to accomplish thi is to cut off the feed of the sow and then supply more corn ration. If the sow is a heavy milker the pis may be allowed to nurso once each day. After she ha been completely dried up the feeding of a high protein ration will put her in good condition for breeding. A ration compoteil of 30 pounds of corn, 30 pounds of oaU, 30 pound of middling and ten of tankage ha been found to give good results, ac cording to Prof. E. J. Wilford, of the Animal Husbandry Departmcn of the College of Agriculture. Another good ration Is composed of 50 pounds of middlings, CO pound of corn and ten pounds of tankage. In preparation for weaning which is best one when the young animal are about eight week old, the pigs may be given shelled corn In the bot tom of a trough containing skim milk If skim milk is not available the pig may be fed the same ration which the sow is receiving when the pig arc weaned. This ration should be fed in form of a slop. After they have been weaned the pig may be fed the first ration recommended for the sow until they reach a weight of 125 Two-Ro- w, An Accurate, Riding Corn Drill seed plates tho most u "curate pluming device ever designed. Ede-iMivery The number of bushels of corn, or the amount of Bilapo you Ret per ncro, depends not only upon ficldand weather conditions, but also upon tho accuracy cf Fill Tito seed muit bo planted right to R:t tho bltf yicM. You enn feci absolutely certain that it is being planted rt'cht if you use one of our John Deere No. 919 Corn Drills. This the planter. famous John Deere Natural Cell teed plates. Cf your that of the extra profit poulbh from uting a John Dtmtt No. VI9 Corn Drill thit spring. planter is equipped with the Come in and look nt this planter. Notice the special blop-- in construction t tho hopp;c bottom und tho seed plate cell), which insures accuracy; the hoppers, and tho variabla drop and sprockets tliat Rive you any one of nine different drilling distances without changing tip-ov- er pound. self-feed- The feeding of corn and tankage is one of the best in a means of feeding young pigs that are to go on an early market, Prof. Wilford said. Life. stood on a bridge at midnight, The World teemed full of fun; Two moon rose over the city When there should have been but I Joodloe & Walker Bros 3rd Section I SO cents upon eaeb 1 100.00 worth ef property liable far taxation for the purpose of providing for the a General ltevenue Fund payment of the fellowiag Item of expenditure: .10 cenU upon each $104.09 of property liable for tax ation for the purpose of ltKhtinic Ute city; 12 H cent upon each $100.00 uorth ef property liable for taxation for the purpose of paying City Officer salaries; 12 H cent upon each $100.00 worth of property liable for taxation for the purpeie of building ami maintaining streets In the City cents upen each $100 of worth of property liable for taxation for the purpose of paying nil general claims against the city not otherwise provided for. Section " That there be nnd there is hereby levied for the year of 1921 upon every male inhabitant of the city of I.nncater, Ky over 21 years of age a poll tax of $1.50 for the purpose of repairing and main taming the streets nnd public high ways in the city, the revenue arising from which shall be used for the said purpose. Section 3 All revenues provide in line and forfeiture is hereby nppor tionnl to the General ltevenue Fund of the City, nnd shall be used to pay the expenses nnd liquidate any claims against the city not herein provided for. Section 1 All other revenues of the City, including license and back tax collected from nil sources nnd all revenues, from all other source except those arising from the Water Works System are hereby apportion ed to the General ltevenue Fund, and shall be used to pay nil geiyral claims against the city not otherwise provided for. Section 5 All revenues arising System i from the Water Work hereby apportioned to tho Water Works Revenue Fund and shall be used in paying the expenses of maintaining and' repairing the Water Works System. Section G This ordinance shall take etfect from and after its pass age, approved and publication at required by law. J. M. DUNCAN, Mayor, Patsy Anderson, Clerk. Attest: Kuropeani like us, and they don't. They like us because we have plenty of money, and they don t like us because we are showing an Inclina tion to hang onto it. Notice For Claims. All persons having claims against April 25th. the ostate of J. K. Whittcd, assigned, are notified to file the amu properly proven according to Inw on or before May 15th., 1021 with the undorslgn-e- d assignee, orMts attorney in Lancaster, Ky. Garrard Hank & Ttust Co.. Assignee, J. E. Whitted, J. W. Elmore, Cashier. J. E. Ilobinion, Attorney directed to present them, proven according to law, to the unMr. Ren Humphrey, who lias been dersigned on or before May 15, 1021. quite ill was recovered sufficiently W. 11. BHOWN, to attend church Sundny. Receiver & Commissioner Mr. Newt Chnndler has been vlsit- of the Garrard Circuit Court. here. Mis Ivn H61lon was a guest of Miss Mary Lee Kurtz part of last National Acceptance Corporation, week. Plaintiff, Kc-t-. Insko Jitlcd his appointment VS NOTICE. at the M. K. church Saturday evening Defendant. William Marsee, and Sunday. All persons having claims against, ' Mr. and Mrs. Harrison Kay of Marsee are of William the Pleasant Hill spent the week-enproperly Garrard Circuit Court.. - d When Your House Burns WILL YOU HAVE INSURANCE AND OR COMFORT LOSS AND POVERTY? After the fire is a poor time to bemonn your It will not restore your loss. Uefore the fire te the time to insure. It will keep you from possible poverty and save you years of useless labor. Insurance is so inexpensive anyone can nlTord it. The disastrous results of a fire are so great no one can afford to take them. fate. one. stood on a flush at midnight, My fortune asked no more, llut the guy who called me smiled He'd shuffled a deck before. I E. PRESCOTT BROWN KENTUCKY. LANCASTER, i i.i - , - m The Central Record, Lancaster. Ky. Thursday, May 5 92 1 1 . Want to Feel Just Right? JUST TUT IT AM) He1, GOWPEA USEFUL TO HELP SOILS Crop h lot fit Imputlttrt that your mernnrked dlentlte and thminatUe organs f'illt, oil, salts, calomel and rtn'l get tIJ of. ordinary latallres, cathaitlci and purge ontjr fotrt lit bowels and pfod the liter. Salute' t Remedy (HV. Tablets) acts on the stomach, liter, Nwels and eren kidneys, not forcing, but ton- I He mull is IRC and strengthening these organ. ptompt relief and real, luting benefit. Male the Naturc't Remedy will aft promptly, thoroughly , jet o mildly, io gently, mat you win mm naime ner f hat tome to the rescue ana 11 uoing mc won, i r,l.H Vm II . AtJ naKtt bettor ft. Vnikw, Miff trf tit, 4'l TROUBLE Mar, 7crAe on N? Tonight SEE Wv ktrr r ltl W tie Mnli. will U-U- lk.llf (.that U tw TVI "Ujij" rra'O lest Sat. IS, your system u Increases Productiveness and Also Improves General Physical Condition. GREATLY BENEFITS ORCHARDS About 83 Per Cent of Fertilizing Value of Crop It Contained In Hay and 15 Per Cent In the Roots and Stubble. 4 M warns trad It kiti:r rftiiirti.lik IH411 rbvtir MlTifc-to HI JmI i (I"rrr.1 T. ft'.! MMla tKh IWt fci- -t T . hy tlic I'nlteJ Slates trt-menu( Agriculture) l r4.t.a Is fCiteil in! t tvvrr NR TiH ! tlttf ..jsi ft fNr fort a i z7A - rCOrnmniii tyc- R. E. McROBERTS, Lancaster, Kentucky. I creeii-mnnur- unThe rai with which crown and tlielr umrkiM effect on rrvp hH mndi Hutu one of the mint iMipulnr cro cnmn for foil Improvement. It'lde Increasing the pnIuclitrnea of the Mill, the bulletin says. Hie ruwM'ii iiImi Itnprowi It general ph)ilrnl condition making hraty rlujr soils more own nnd sandy mIIs more compnrt. 'nie enwHn lm the dlMltict ndvnntnco of innklng n good grow III on solU whloli will not produce prnfltatdi jleliN of other legume or ceifal. It l an excellent crop for vltieyanU and e orchard. nntion have been engaged to speak. The exhibit of modern construction equipment and and maintenance, in connection with the In Good motor trucks,will bo highly interesting To Convention, and nstractivo to delegntcs and visiRoads Meeting. tors. All sessions, the exhibits and variFor the first time women will par- ous entertainment! will be open to ticipate in n Good Roads Convention the public without charge. The In Kentucky, June Committee of the Kentucky Save Road Engineers' Association, arrang-inj- r for the road meeting to be held in the Jefferson Coutny Armory, WOMEN Take Part 0. Kxe-cuti- Louisville, decided that since women Grain Lifters May Wheat Harvest Troubles. Plow Under Stubble. Ihrrpt on the xonT wdl. rrult Imllnite thnt It Is declileilly more prof a hay Itahlo to utUlio the coM-or pasture anil then plow under the xtulihle thiiu It N to plow under the entire crop. About S per tent of t nithe fertilizing and ne of the eowpen I coutnllied In the hay nnd alxmt 15 per cent In the root nnd ntubhle. IVedlnc exerlnient Indlcnte that much of the fertilizing value of feed I recovered In the nmmiro. It I Hllile. therefore, to obtuln the fettling value of the eo-n hay tir pasture, nnd. In returning the manure the soil, to - we ft nre taking interest In public nffnirs and have been gven the vote, they should be allowed opportunity to in the sessions. It is expected that some of the most enthusiastic road advocates will dcvelopc among the farier sex, not only are they being urged to attend but women speakers will be included in the program. par-tcipa- Automatic grain lifters which may be attached to the guards of any binder will probably be of much service to Kentucky farmers during the coming linnet, because of lodged or down grain which is apt tj result from the rank growth of winter wheat, according to specialists in the farm engineering department of the Colloege of Agriculture. The automatic lifter is so designed that it raises the grain high enough for the reel of the binder to push it As many of the on the platform. lifters may be used as are desired but four are commonly used for the six and seven-foo- t binder and five for the eight-foo- t binder. Farm mechanics specialists of the college suggest that farmers having u rank growth of grain inspect this device and prepare themselves now for the lodged grain which may occur in their fields. Cowptas and Johnson Crass Seeded Together. j n large pnrt of the fertilizing value, provided the manure I well handled. When the entire crop Is plowed under, a more tx'iicllclul and lasting effect is obtained, but this advuntnee U not sutllcirntly gn-a- t t" equal the feeding value of the cowpea. Plow Under Entire Crop. Light or knudy soils thnt hate been cropped fur H lnK time anil need humus receive greater lienerlt from plowing under the whole crop. When, therefore, the Improvement of the land I the wde object, the entire crop rhould be plowed under to obtuln the grete)it value. In utilizing the entire crop for mII Improvement, It I bet to plow It under when green, In fore being killed by frost. The green more readily anil are plants dii-nto dry plants In their fertilising eff-ct- will be Gov. Edwin P. Morrow asked to issue a proclamation officially designating the week as Good Roads Week in Kentucky and calling; upon the people to participate in the road congress. Every county is urged to be well represented. Coun- It historic point of Hoonesboro. should furnish the occasion be the Insomewhich there According an Stevenson. teresting new to from item In the Dr. peg upon n revival of should le in the Interest Richmond, thing of William Mayo, the famous surgeon possibilities of the use of the Ken(Iloston Hvening Transcript.) of Rochester, Minnesota, Is going to tucky, the Ohio nnd the Mississippi, What appears to be an authentic visit Dr. Williams nt Hoonesbnro LOYD poem by Stevenson has been diicov-erci- l Ilrnch, making the trip to Hoonesboro in South Africa. It is printed by water, bringing his nutomobile on Mr. I - Matthews is still In the I'resbyterlnn Messenger, and the steamer Minnesota, which has the story of its unearthing is as fol- been chartered for the purpose of lows: Mrs Ollle Illack and daughter went making the trip say the Lexington During the war the Itev. M. rater-so- Herald. with her mother Saturday. of K)ng William's Town was Mr. and Mm. Klrby Tcater were A trip front Rochester, Minnesota, serving as captain in n Highland to Hoonesboro, Kentucky, by water! in Danville Thursday. regiment, and wn shown the verses Jnmes Sanders spent Saturday What do you think of that? It Is In manuscript by a comrade, who of interest to take n map and trnre night with Mr. iidn Mrs. Wm. Ray, Mid he had obtained them from nn rteumer Minnesota Mr. ami Mrs. Win. Ray spent Sununcle, n solicitor in the North of the line of the that will bring Dr. Mayo and Ids day with the Inters parents, Mr. nnd Scotland. The latter, it seems, had guest from their northern home to Mrs. S. N. Sanders. been n college companion of Stevenplnce where Hoone stopped nnd and Mrs. Mrs. J nines Simpson son's, and when a common friend of the where Hoone and hi brother lived on Arron Metcnlf visited Mr. and Mrs. theirs died the novelist sent him these 'the dark and bloody ground. Henry Ray recently. lines, which the recipient had never ns interesting and as novel na published or seen in print. The Obellib The Hlue Ribbon flour, will be this conjectute is that Stevenson kept no I travel by flying machine Mayo is going to take. is I IRST PATENT. Call No. 20 which Dr. copy, or thnt his copy has perish- ' trip .. .. .1 .( i noaruing mc .Minnesota ni me and have a sack delivered today, ed, for the poem does not appear in Hudson A I'arnau. headwater of the Mississippi, pas, the hdinburg or the I'entlnnd edition ing by the borders of Wisconsin, Mr and Mrs. Harris Tenter and of his works. The last verse espe Iowa, Illinois, Missouri, until the little son, Wm. were gursts Sunday cially is either good Stevenson or an waters of the Ohio flow into the Miss- of Mr. and Mrs. iCleo Ray. excellent imitation. Though he that, ever kind nnd true, issippi, and going up the Ohio to the Mr. and Mr. Harris Teatcr and Heenesboro, Kept stoutly step by step with you Kentucky and then on to baby were guests of Mr. and Mr. knowledge we asYour whole long gusty lifetime thru Without definite Wm. Ray Sunday night. sume Dr. Mayo's beat will be the first He gone a while before; Yet, doubt not, soon the season that has ever made thnt long trip with Hoonesboro as it destination; n A To shall restore trip equaling in length of time, and "Theugh she Your friend to you. still has pretty women surpassing in interest, a voyage to nnd her horses still are fast, Kurepe. He ha turned n corner; still Old Kentucky's crowning glory Is n He puhe on with right good will, When Kentucky was settled the memery of the past. Thro' mire nnd marsh, by heugh and only method of getting her product All the nlghtenp now have tae4 hill, to market or receiving the goods she and nre wern upen the head, e The arduous way did net manufacture una by water Not the nlghteaps that were taken That you, and he through many a ur over the almost impassable trails when nobody went to bed, doubtful day of the mountains. The lint years of When the Colonel and the Major anil Attempted still. Kentucky's history were marked by the General and the Jedge dis.cnsion between those who desired Met to have n little nip te give their He is not dead, this friend; not dead. Kentucky should be a member appetites an edge. Hut on some road, by mortals' tread, that Got some few trilling steps nhend; of the United State nnd the United Now each can walk a ehalk line when State should control the waters of the star are In the sky, And nenrer to the end; the .Mississippi, anil these wive felt Par the fizzy gloss is trazles and So thnt you, too, once past the bend, Kenthe South, Shall meet again, as face to face that the manifest necessity for tucky's outlet to the sea over the Hy Gawd, sir. U dry!" this friend waters of the Mississippi demanded You fancy dead. Some people never barrow money. an alliance with .Spain er Franee. In these day the tlat lieat went Nebody will lend It to them. Push gaily on, brave heart, the while up and dewn the Kentucky, the Ohio You travel forward mile by mile, Seme men are eentinuaHy finding He loiters, with a backward smile. and the Mississippi rivers, and then fault with their wives in order te when steam came the water af those T.J you can overtake; minimize their own transgression. n strains hi oyes to search hi rivers bore the traffic from and to Kentucky. Some young men enter the doer of wake Oi-whistling as he sees, you through Hut this trip af Dr. Maye's is the mntrimeny in fenr and trembling. first of which we have eveT hcanl If they ere experienced they might the brake, Wn,!s on a stile. from high up the Mississippi to the IkU right on through. Attributed To An Interesting Voyage. n Al-jm- el.-H- .! Toast Kentucky. self-sam- 1 , ty Judge, Engineers and Fiscal Courts have been invited. In addition to Governor Morrow, Joseph S. Hoggs, Highway Engineer,! and members of the State Highway' Commission, who have accepted invi- -' tations to deliver addresses, some of the moat noted road experts of the I ONE First Class Besidence In Lancaster, Ky., WILL BE COVERED WITH CHURCHILL DOWNS Thoroughbred Horses MAY 7 to MAY 30 Bird's Shingle Design Roof AT A SPECIAL INTRODUCTORY PRICE. . LOUISVILLE 4 Stakes: UITKtT KMT of analyse made by the North farollna agricultural experiof ment station show that one cowpen buy contain 47 pound of of phosphoric 10 pound nitrogen, acid and ioiniils of The. renult ti itnh. 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 BETTER CONTAINERS NEEDED Millions of Dollars Worth of Perish, able Products Destroyed In course THE country's oldestyears of in point racinc, consecutive Churchill Downs, opens for 1921 with the assurance of a memorable season. Never before have there been so many hones of high class quartered at Louisville's historic course; seldom has interest in thoroughbred racing been so keen, and never, perhaps, has it been so widespread. Come and enjoy some of this greatest In th programs and the arof sports. rangements (or the comfort of patroac, you will find that the management has done its utmost to make everybody happy. Transit UlwrilJ. Hw 7U Salivate, Star TU UUfM UNI CUM NN1MK .,.kbr llta Salaraar. kUf Uk HTKtT UK Salamla. kUr Salaraar, Mar XU MM tUsl Salaraar. Mr Mta tniKiT iumu lh mem mi Churchill Downs Course btcoTpoe-il 1 Kentucky Jockey Club Perishable products worth millions of dollar are destroyed annually on account of breakage In transit of the container In which they are packed. More than one railroad ha appealed to the United Statea Hureau of Market to help to remedy this situation, hnh oitlrlul of a southern rsllrmd stutlng recently that. In Id opinion, shipper should be cotnlleu to ue rontniner of udequuto strengih, and method should that proper be eierclseil. It I vastly to the Interest of tht shipper to use containers of a strength that will enrrv perishable producH Kafely to market, and the bureau ol markets ha mude many lnvetlgntlou and eiperimentu to determine Jut what ktrencth retainers should be tt accomplish that result. These lme- tlgatlon are still in progress, hut thi Information already collected l suffi g One owner of a first class residence on 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 Incorporated Transfer Co, clently compteto to enable tlie bureau to advise shoppers with regard to tn to use In shlpplm best eontnlner Sjcl0ed fruits and vegetable. DANVILLE, KY. ... i The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, May 5, 92 1 1 f2 pEMEMBERtoosk your grocer for Cal- Live Stock News In MILITARY TRAINING All Men May Take Special Military Training At Camp Knox. There will be held at Camp Knox, Ky., from July 21 to August 20, 1021 a CltUens' Military Training Camp far young men between the ages of l5 nnd 3S yean. However, It Is especially desired to secure attendance of the boys and younger JFeedingKtlue TnUtttU USE OF TM-i'-w- j" SERUM umet Baking Powder and be mire that you set it the In dian head on theorangclabcL day failures. For you will never have any. Calumet always produces the sweetest and most palatable foods. Higher than we guarantee' KmtixVjf AvKullutil Cotlttt (torn mpl taken on th mf-V- tt ihow that tlx Itfiknl vtlue el H Uyond our Tutcdo I lot Kstion ii tumMy, This ptifetlly Ulsnttd ho ItfJ putt rwk on your ttork itliirrd tnd ttnnomjr. N L lluniwl h Son. UUnno. 0 , ltd 2S J 9 tUyi rnin, JUllt.. .1 . ,o.t ij A' rlhhntft JJ 1 c pf lb.). Tht I profilUl poU Work of County Agtnt In Alabama Community Results In Matsrlal Vr"-U- ir I Then forget about bake Dsereax Louts. v". ?"- - Img rlKdiTM Imm i bei'ti In llullork Cnmity, A In., im ii fi'iilll nf tlu unrk of tli n'lHity In IrHliilns fiirmers In tuttmti ri'tiiers iliriKiitlHiiit lb" county 1 j- I'f fulfil liy tho I'pMmI Hill.. n.ofit of Aertrultur ) tptrt niliinil ntit y And notu remember, you always use less than of most other brands because it possesses) greater leavening strength. aii In Htm tlx- - wnim ntxl npptiriitti Hip ilfimrtlttHit. I'orly. of lioif. .'I.ICI Intnl. tint i' luff! fritiM lie-- , nxiprlhta THE EARLY & DANIEL COMPANY, Inc. CINCINNATI, OHIO onvliig nf ttmcf- M't IH imiiki'tnl ii'iirtm J'l..lit men In nullity lliruiiKb wurk, wild mi In llmiMmi County tin- - ri'pri''iitiithe arrlimle tiii: owni'd Sis InxttntiKT lv t s?tRIHc TuitJj Hot rUtmn. fjl Injecting tht Serum. tlin.ii Itotary cliili urn suppllnl to the In behalf, of the hjboci of the deMiinlrhtors mid n GOVERNOR (Hilnt mil, cVnlilMnil In ehiirce war. I, JelT Davis, famous "King of Hurt-tlmof a MORROW Moboes" has volunteered to work In IMMl rellhlilenf MMfrlimrltin, tri'titiKl. In Ice- - wert- Ilrlgudier ItoberU division "I want iiiuuy inwi It wn (nmiil thut hlik-- l to l.t for the good old Chair- thedo my friend the guy who Is Army, iiIIiit Hmii rhoteni, ni due tu Ix-down mihu- - llii'liletitnl i iue, rucli m bud ever had" fays Jeff iihmiI, miii imlMiirtil ration' Salvamanship were Hilvl.til. The enmity agent' .urL rrniltiil in K farmers ftiihllsh-illtion Army Appeal. mtlirri to k.'cp thi'lr hngn u(T - IiiihI thiix iumturril the opiii raiik'i', HrtguduT Herbert In a letter t ffrvi of iiHiliy notlouo uetiN by tin- - rovtlng of tin uiilmnU. and Iteberts commanding the Salvation Forand Keninpan-- l fur futurv cultUnllun. Army In Western 0b ty four fiirini'm in Uie county ere In tucky, Kdwin 1. Morrow, Covernnr trresteil In .tump reiinnlnz. nml about tt Kentucky, accepts thr State "J.("l nrre of lonil ni elmriil In tlil Chairmanship of the Salvationists t About file ton of ilyna-nilt- e ' financial drive ami wni Ixiacht for the iiirine, lurse-l- y Tar Thr Onrtlon "I not only believe In the Satva ll.v M1 Child Birth plan. on the vi'l"-riill- r tt.iier By Using tion Army ami Iti work but I have t profound conviction tha it u one BREEDERS FSVoTpUREBRETJS of the greatest of all organized move-nen- i Souih Oskoti Anoclstlon Inaugurates for the betterment both Campaign to Discard Scrubs ami pllcally of the people Now In Use. of America MWIIIT OtaKKOO,,.. t.( MM "It translates servic Into salva. iLti)Co.,Hrl.l-0Atuait.C. "You hate the bulls nnd they arv tion ami salvation again into service. mnleil. iiiKtlnl Imdly. Let's get them a lifter a buldtr a helper. Jt is " The fellow who plays a cornet is working for the It salvage from the wtecks of hu- always a desirable neighbor when Hits appeal, lunde t.y M. J, K1n.ua. manity; It aid the lloUam ami Jet. 1 e is asleep. cnn. president of the South Dakota am ratt up out of humanity's aurg. Shortliorn Hrnnli-raoclatlon, has to a Ueti sent to all Shorthorn When a new gown appeals In ,ng wave, and make from it men It it light in darkness; vonum It is easy for the-- saleslady the tnte, pniurnliirj to putting on a .in (I women. purebred-sircsH'I'hIci. According to it is help In the hour of need. It to convince her it Is u bargain. tile plan, selling eiwnses ulll he kept dor the work of the good God In The nickel cigar is beginning to iloun to the Urn est Hisslble figure. Hit world among Ilii children." iiinkt its appearance again. Some "Hut we will put out a lot of bnllx," State Hepreentative Itodncy (3. the letter of notification states, "that ltryron, Chairman of the Kenton day it may be worth a nickel. will do (imh and rrenle n demand for v County campaign, hat received the better cattle. It Is rmntructlve work Thtm Wsr tht Happy Days. following lefter from Covington cf the N"t kind." In those cave day a man was his In n letter to the Cnlted Suites men, signed bv their com- own barber, his own plumbeT, his own of Agriculture, Mr. Klanncsn, mander, Carl H. Wachs: everything. If married, exgrocer and who nln Is prelilent of the South still fresh with cept hi own Imius, -- Detroit News. "With our memories Dakota I'liliTatlon of l.lvetork Ilrveil-erthe deeds of kindness done and the ussnclatlons, stnti-n"With the sacrifice made by the Salvation Army of the vnrloiw departcomfort, to make our existence more e shall he nMe to d.i a cixhI ments wort In getting purebred bulls In use able in France, tho Norman-Ilarnc- s where scrubs ure now ued." I'oit No. 70, American Legion unanl. moutly indorses your campaign nnd STORMES DRUG STORE PUREBRED RAMS HELP SHEEP Hers to nld and support it In any way that It con." Lambs at Sis Months of Age Outweigh Dims and Yield More Than Twice as Much Wool. n Accepts State Of it g 1 s MOTHERS" noU-niHi- U y ft br-d.- bri-der- s a' : men. The purpose of tho camp is: young and To bring together foreign Iwrn; to develop closer national and social unity; to teach the privileges, duties and responsibilities of American citizenship; to stimulate the Interest of the yune of this Country in the Imparlance of mill tary training, ns n benefit to the individual taking such training, and as nn asset vital In the problem of tin. tionnl defense. To show the public by actual ex ample that en nip instruction of the' iere is no waste, kind contemplated will be to the liftrecipe calls for one egg two ing of their sons, will develop them Calosswt' cups of flour half a cup of physically, mentally and morally; Columbia milk that'3 all you use Muffin will teach Americanism in its true You never have to Rccip thus stimulating patriotism 4 cups sifted Contains only such ingreresulting in greatand Hour, 4 level teadients as have been officially spoons Calumet er national strength, both civil ami approved by U. S. Fond Authorities, Daklng Powder, military. is the product of the largest, most 1 tablespoon suTo qualify young men for survtee modem and sanitary Baking Powgar, 1 teaspoon der Factories in existence. in the rejerves. talt, 2 eggs, 2 Gluten gives flour a good part of of aweet s for admission The qualificiUlon milk. Then mix Us food value the element that are: Physically fit male citizens who In the regular, nourishes the bodj To be sure of have pasfed their 10th. birthday and way. KiL'H lli 02 CTtt SUSS fciMnJ who are not over 1S yenrs of age. p!Ji) flour., tar Kltrijlnj fiTill, with Applicants must have average general Intelligence nnd be of good moral character. No educational qualification are prescribed or reWhen the people speak there Is so M. S. quired. Knch candidate for ndmis-siu- n much noise it is difficult to be heard. shall file n certificate from a qualified physician stating that his And still, a sweet faced girl gener- HATFIELD health and strength are adequate for ally reminds one of n girl with a DENTIST the course of training; such certifi- sweet face. Office over Tha Garrard Bank. cates to be on ofTlcin! blanks to be Phones Office 5. Residence 376. furnished the applicants; nlno n cerAnother week has passed, and we KENTUCKY. tificate from n schoolmaster, clergy- find ourselves richer, poorer, or tn LANCASTER, man, priest or rabbi, to the effect the same old rut as before. that the candidate is of good moral character and of nvcrage general in The devil knows his own, but tvu telligence. strongly suspect that he is averse to Exclusive. The scope of instruction is: an intimate acquaintance with some and uniform training and of them. Optometrist instruction for all candidates which will include the duties of the private No, we can hardly credit the ru- DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. in the school of the soldier, squad mor that our young men are watting Opposite Gilcher Hotel. and company, small nrmy rifle prac- for a decline in the price of marriage Office Hour 8 to 12 and 1 to S p.m. tice; guard duty, camping and Ucenses. Possibly they arc Jumi marching; individual cooking; care hoping they will be wiped out of equipment; personol hygiene; phy. sicnl development; discipline and morale. STRIPES AND PLAITS Your assistance In mnklng the I MINERAL DIRECTOR first Citizens' Military Tranlng Camp Office Over National Uank. held since the war a real success is; Kealdence t'hone 3. Office Phone 27 most earnestly requested. Please boost the Idea to all young men who LANCASTER. KY. might be Interested. There will be no cost to those in attendance at this Camp, even cost of transportation will be reimbursed. Application blanks nnd more detailed Information may be secured by VETERINARIAN. wrltting Major W. K. Farrcll, Call Answered Promptly Day or 6th Corps Area, Ft. Night. Phone 317. Harrison, Indiana. Mow Remember--j Always Use SLlA iza re-bak- e. ct-'p- J. J. Byrne ry . J. A. Beazlev Dr. Printus Walker Head-quarter- s, Hen-Jnm- in The man with a million is truly to be piled. He has some genuine' friends, but is never able to tell them from the false. showing otT before your friends you should avoid talking In millions. The modern world has little use for a piker. When LANCASTER. KENTUCKY L THE UNIVERSAL CAR The simplicity of the Ford car, i stability in construction, the famous heat treated Vanadium steel with its marvelous strength nnd flexibility the low cost of operation and maintenance, its case in operation, nil have made the Ford car the great favorite in every land in the world. It's the one car that always satisfies and serves. A utility beyond question that all can altbrd. We will le pleased to have your order. Don't delay because the demand is heavy all the time. We havc.almost everything in motor car accessories, sell the genuine Ford Parts, and assure the best in mechanical repair work. Natlxn owes bred to purebred rum at the Mississippi roastul plain ex tierlliient station resulted In lambs which at the uce of six month outweighed their ilnins and yielded more t h mi twice as much wool. This result of tho iim nf good purtireil sires Is antiounreil by the Cnlted Stntef of Agriculture, throusli the bureau of animal Industry, In a report entering the Inst fiscal year. Kurope cannot understand the Amerlcun point of view. Hut that is not surprising. We are unable even to locate a Kuropenn poltn. II Mer-canti- le I v: 5? WANTED Steers, Liberty Beds, Bankable H Notes or Cash fer toe following: FRESH, YOUNG JERSEY COW x -- H H 'A i WITH CALF, TEAM OF MULES, S If 1! Farmers Losing Millions in Scrub Live Stock Attend and take part in With the stripe plus the plait, designers urn endlessly Ingenious. One of tlie new kklrts for spring Is shown above, made of material hut Ing u plain stripe alternating with u checked one. lly means of box plaits thu check ure1 almost lost night of. and one Canopy Oil Urooder. Single Comb llrown ',; i li H for $1. or 100 for SS. Prepaid in Garrard CASH. and adjoining counties. 10 Eggs. ERLE C. FARRA Box 173. jl ii i ii Lancaster. Ky. g good FiibTo fattIn horse Farmers Better Sire Sales May De Uied to Llnietd or FUsseed Advantage for Supplementing Animal's Ration. Louisville, Ky. FOR SALE Bourbon Stock Yards June 2nd Store Room And 200 pure bred registered bulls will be sold at miction. Tlie sale is held strictly to improve the quality of live Bid-dinstock in Kentucky. limited to farmers. Toil make your own price. Movement Lacked by U. S. Government, University of Kentucky, Colletf of Agriculture, GoCernor cf Kentucky, Kentucky Pure Dred LiveStock Association and Louiiville Live jj uu'iu-iairur tt n c n.t. VsnssHel r4lf I Stand. The Carrard Uank & Trust Co. as assignee of J. E. Whtttcd offers for sale privately. Tho residence, store room and mill, the property coming to the control of the undersigned as assignee of J. K. Whittcd. This property I located at Nina, Carrard Co., nnd Is one of tho very best coun-tr- y mercantile stands In Central Kentucky. The stock of good will also be sold privately. If you are Interested In a good money making proposition see us at once. tho We will also sell privately small farm of about thirty acres situated near Nina. Tht U a fertile convenient smnll farm with new dwelling on the pike, rich sand stono land. Garrard Dank & Trust Co., Assignee, J. K. Whttted, J. W. Elmore, Cashier, J. E. Robinson, Attorney. Unseed of llfixiied l tery gixnl feed for supplementing the fiittenlug torso ration. If used ttlth soft fivd. It may ho boiled tn adviintuge. Othenls4 It should b ground and fel In limited quantities up to hulf n nniinl after W-In- meal, nccuitomeil to It. which Is the without the oil, tuny be fed up to one pound day, Oll-cak- Heating, Guttering, Roofing, ir Haselden Bros Garage. not interested in nny car except Ford PRINCIPAL CAUSES OF ILLS Repairing, and all kinds of Pig Are Too Often Compelled to Work Over and Live Upon Same Soil Too Intensely. Stock Exchange. Writ today for full par. Uculars and free chart Kxperlrnre tencliet us that the most showing increase in profit serious disease of twine are thntf from pure bred. AJJreii of an Infectious or contagious char acter, nnd the parasite that get onti W. S. BELL, President or Into the pig. Now most of this In roused primarily by the fact that the LouiSYWc Lift Stock Exchaift pigs art all too often forced to work over and live upon the same soil too tn tensely, without any Intervening of that toll. LOUISVILLE, KY. Tin Work SEE OR PHONE P, B Williams Lancaiter, Ky. Quick Service and Good Work The Central Record, Lancaster Ify., Thursday May 5, 1921 IP t i we arc oiicnngquuc mm t tM i KM a reduction in prices un .f.-- .. jij I I m FARM WAGONS' BUGGIES, CORN PLANTERS, HARROWS. CORN DRILLS, DISC DRAG HARROWS; CULTIPACKERS. CULTIVATORS. Get our prices on Mixed Paint, White Lead, Linseed Oil, Turpentine, etc. WE WILL SAVE YOU MONEY CONN BEOS. hi iive It? DC ana 1 1 i i l.ivc i uir. 3G E3LJLJ tJ ! Iri An English nobleman voices the opinion that it is up to England to "save Europe. We Encouraging words. hope they develop into something more than noise. ror vuuniy wit ice. ........ u.wv For a long time now has , ror itatenmi iJistrtei uiuces.-io.v- u tj cuom for foreign , "mZ I Un.: lV" "V .......... '"WT statesmen to dwell eloquently ' 4 k rw. .UV, I'. i iiv IIIIIW1 For nil publication! in tho inter word to President Wilson and!"'"1 tearfully upon the "sacredthat of reest of individuals or exprei handed the island over to the l?u..?f .mortcn ilon of individual views, per habilitating broken down coun 10 tender mercies of the Japanese. line tries on Una .. .06 Now Yap is the storm center Atlantic. the other side of the Obituaries, per r around which the statesmen of They have preached this the world are sitting in appreAnnouncements. doctrine in season and out, hension of another slaughter of We are authorized to announce humanity as a result of a pos- have fed it to us in driblets and the candidacy of E. V. Puryear to sible clash between our coun- by the wholesale, and have succeed himself In the office of Comeven resorted to thinly veiled monwealth's Attorney for this dis- try and Japan. We might go along and threats of appalling disasters trict, subject to the action of tho we don't "come Democratic Primary, August C, 1921. write for a week and run our to occur if across." catalogue of events up into the The idea of a perpetual We itre authorized to announce thousands, all tending to emmeal ticket from America was Judge Charles A. Hardin candidate phasize humanity's inability to far the nomination for Circuit Judge recognize significant facts in too good for them to let go. Apparently it was absorbingly of this Judicial district, subject to their incipioncy. the action of the Democratic Primary It has been so with the hu fascinating that no one even August, 11121. man race since the beginning thought of going to work again and it will probably continue as we did over here. But we fear they will eventuso until we cease to exist. As The Editor Sees It. ally have to go out and grub We overlook today the things Momentous events and abthat are fraught with the great for themselves. It may be a normal conditions spring from est danger for tomorrow. new experience for some of little incidents. Often they atthem but grubbing makes red A lion's cub is hnrmless as tract little attention at the time long as it is little. But if al- blood and stimulates brain but continue to grow and ex- lowed to grow and roam at power. It also holps to fill pand until eventually they as- will the time will come when empty stomachs. sume appalling proportions. Still, if England feels it her it will assume the proportions The first event of the kind of a deadly menace. duty to "save Europe," she has to be recorded was when Adam Nature creatod us as we arc, our gracious permission. and Eve were in the Garden of and we will never change. If We might oven say "amen, Eden, the only reprosontativos it were intended to be other- go to it of the human race. wise humanity would not have When a stranger comes to Adam plucked the forbidden been making the same errors apple from the tree, and from of omission throughout the this town he looks around. It is the natural thing to do. ,!!is that time mankind has been ages of timo. opinions are formed from what prone to take that which does Our intelligence is develop not belong to him. ing and expanding, and we he soes and hoars, and from Many centuries ago a man will accomplish many marvels nothing olse. As he finds con was on trial charged with k of the future. ditions to exist, so he repeats Knowing his sorious crimo. The race will advance until them when he goes elsewhoreguilt, a crooked lawyer con- - it becomes one of super-me- n and repeats thorn to other poowitooived the idoa of bribing in the power of will and brain ple. ThaSis what makes our is nesses to swoar that he was in Hut the power to see and rcnutation abroad, and it place when the crime know nil things rests not with worth remembering, another wns commlttod. us, and never will. Since then fictitious alibis We are not omnipotent. (Jet busy, keep busy. Is your have opened jail doors and Is it permanent? Do Job unsafe? freed guilt' criminals until to you want a life lew; business? You day it is becoming almost im Pessimistic, But True. can got into such a business Millng Products possible to convict one who has Peace is a beautiful thing, were than 137 Watkins own auto dlrtxt to farmers if you the backing of gangland. but before we spend too much or can get one; if you arc A little baud of harrassed timeju dreaming of the peace or teamSO and can give bend with under people, disguised as Indians, of the world we should take personal suretUs. We bock you with boarded a ship and dumped a practical steps peace big selling helps, 52 years In busi ness, 20,000,000 users of our pro cargo of tea into Iioston harbor at home. information where in protest against British rule is a deadly war on ducts. Write for There you can get territory. in the then colonies. right here in America a war J. It. Watkins Co., Department 112, From that little incident to the finish. It is a war beWinona, Minn, their has sprung into existence tween the criminal elomant (54-t- t. pd.) ' the greatest nation the sun shines on today. 11.50 Year. lnu.d Watkly. An insignificant individuiil in Payabla In Adsanca. iSorvia threw a bomb that e.x- J. E. ROBINSON. Editor. jtiiiKtiished the career of an 3. L .ELKIN. Local Editor and Mgr. Austrian archduke. I nf tVi Pnit nfTA In Ijin. ' That ho paid the penalty of his crime with his life was not vv n. snnH.ri., Mnii suiricient. His act was the Matter. torch which set ablaze a fire Fwrim that came near to poi'ooATioN 'ot paffioiw .1 THE AMERICAN V..!.t. consuming wie worm, runnworld war nor the bomb er the Lancaster, Ky., May 5, 1921 thrower of Servia will ever be forgotten. For Political Announcamaut. i Rat Vat) is a tinv island in the For Precinct ami City 0 pjcflc 0C(,an Not Qne pewon The Central Record ; and respectability. Murderers, bank robbers, mail looters, holdup men and Theap thug are becoming too numerous. Their depreda-tiouare of daily and nightly occurance in the big cities. The school has accomplished a The criminal element is becont great deal of work the past week, ing so bold ami so powerful even If the weather ha been n little and insolent as to constitute a dlfagrcrablc. The children have not NATURE approves of the groceries and other distinct munace to the future brrn able to play tennis and bnll as much as usual but they have umuied foodstuir v e sell. Their purity is of the highest. of law and order and decency hcmsvlves by playing some very ln The nourishment they contain is great. Nothing in this country. tcrestlng games indoors. can be more agreeable to your stomach or beneficial I'robably the most alarming The Uaseball tram Journeyed to to your syjtom. phase of the whole unsavory Ilichmond Friday, und one of tho mess Is the facility with which best games of tho season was played The most expert housewife in the world cannot thrse gangsters escape punish there with Madison High. Every make a GOOD biscuit or bake a GOOD loaf of broad from inferior Hour. jment. It is easier for n tnur one played good ball and things look imI favorable until for idcrcrora holdup man to maim seventh ending with II. S.score 2 the Huy Hour that stands ALL tests. We sell it, to the facture a fictitious alibi than 0, there the .Madison High boyo be and the price is not high. ,. it is for a decent man to kick gan to slave the ball landing three Foodstuirs of strength and purity comply with the cat. And there is always hits nnd making four runs, this end-the laws of nature. All others should be carefully some lawyer crook ready and ed the scoring for both teams, the score being I to 2, Madison with the avoided. anxious to aid him in perjur larger end. A few errors were made ing his neck out of the nooze. by both team. The playing of It is getting to the point Hratton nt center field and Henry where country towns and ru- nt iK'coml was the feature of the ral communities are vitally in game, l lie? leam will go to .Mclio there play terested in the suppression of huvillc Friday and large crowd will High. A this devil's horde. accompany them (o add another vieEven the most stagnant of tory for I II. S. "Keep to the middle of the road" People who hit the high spots when water will eventually find its Kev. .hool Strother visited the level, and as the cities become Utt Tuesday morning and delivered is ancient . advice, but today it is only young often spend their old age in , . . . '"e low ones. overcrowded with criminals it a splendid talk to the school children the roail hoc who does L is inevitable that many of them Hi subject was "Why Everyone V,WW" Htr lenrn many s And yet thfre is one advantage! will braenh out into the small- Should go to College." He brought ui keeping price up a little longer. ,erets they are not supposed Ut know, '. points ome very er communities in search of out was one of Interesting talks of and We can ear last summer's mnt Hut don t worn'. They also learn bis the best the, fork.rt the things it is not iml fresh prey. year. We enjoyed having him very without being termed too cheap. for them to remember The outlook is not condu- much and hope he will be sure and cive to that sound and refresh- visit ui again soon. ing sleep which country peoNrw Equipment for Our School ple enjoy. A ntw iJUlc, picture machine has s F Lancaster School Notes Nature Demands a Full Stomach t j 1 l j Currey & Gulley. Nlcho-Inivill- e - . "Saving Europe." i " I been purchased for the rheol which we will use in the History and PhyThe Alms will be furnsic classes. University and t ished by State hope thu will be a groat help in these ' elaMM. Thtf Kifntur Mam id Hih Day this have decided te have Cla TMs Is something eemmencoflient. UMlMtlat far thi shImmI nn.l th attfil. eU are trying hard te moke it a UCCtM. S THFs GREAT SHOW j j Iiniilir ' "HUMORESQUE" STARTED AT Offlcei-.ljj.0- ' W W - The t anchors have decided on a play for the Senior CIom and th,ey oxpect to begin practicing by next week. COLONIAL ; THEATRE AND ILL DANVILLE, KY., WEDNESDAY Crini and Groant. Miss Itoblnsen- - "Faye, parse th Continue Through Friday 6th, FOURfSHOWS DAILY 2 Matinees, 2 Night Skews. f) wenl kiw." Kaye "This wrd Is a noun, but it Is usually uuhI a a conjunction. It w never detiined, and more com mon than proper.' It is not very singular, in UmI It is usually used in the plural. It agree with me." Poor Tnere w Stittint al 2:15 TM. Eictlltrt Mcsir. Jen Mii Nell Morri;.cy hns arrniii'til mi txupiii mil iimsirol Mom notable program for this occasion ever offered in DniHIle He ure to tee it a little Frnshmen, And he came to school en eh tiny. Although he dM nothing, Hut sit around ami pta' Hye and bye examinations came, Ait examinations will, Ami new that little Freshman Is a Freshman still. Admission: Children, 30cts.--Adult- s 50cts., 1 Plus war (ax. Senior "Did you over take chlo roform or ether?" Shi "Xe. whe tenalios It?" X but "penment. e through the medium of "slew question, whether at any t.mc ton" picture photography prove a horse i running are all fourfclusivcly that at certain time ail of his feet olf the ground, has four feet of a runn.ng honn- - clear been disputed for a hundred cart the ground Horses Feet Off Ground mo-Th- con-whi- lc z y x ? x Algebra in Our School. I.Ula Miss Sexton Hen plu y equal love phis y plus x equal mbery plus y z equal bliss Haselden Bros., oXancaster, .say; A De Laval Cream Separator will Ut a lifetime BCBBBBBBBBBm Here's to the Jeke Miter May he live to be as old a Ms Jakes. .Miss Iteblnion "Who wretc most, Dickens, Warren or Hulneur?" KuHonia "Dlekeim." It. "Whet makes Ml that?" yu tnk i Kugenia "Warren wretc "Now and Then." Hulneor wrete "Night ami Morning," while Dieken wrote' 'All the Year Keund." ImposiibililUs Te Te To To drlrik a cup full of water. wash elf yeur hands. lock hang in the hall. . am. ( ANY DC LAVAL Caa Sruittcr. Ut beta ia coafeauMU KnM Un Iwsatr. Iwrnr att, sad ma ikvty yttra. la tut. v tnrf bui ii D LtTtti imna out. Al mott ihrr an ouurtswa saJ rrtiurJ t IV D c4 Pref. "A fool can ask more questions than a wise man can answer." . Student 'That's why m many of us tlunk in exams." Maymo Liftl AmiAtf bowl U diM lo COMtractic,kn aadmtiul woil winKy. fmlLiltriJt freca M tiafltitf ti autefuk iajtf "Earl pre postal last night. 1 would refuse him." Lucille "I'm sure he dear." me He ought to have known did, to (vp. Thi cornel IJioMliaa. Iruras taru os paro, aadUtr to suit Um Dc Lift) rum la baa. Bkm iu prk imtlitj, dx Da Latal lb laut apraai ut-uatpaitlot la evra. Wall (Uttr !- - fmm 4 lh mwkia it nlrj 107 U ej ni(m J tW D LssmI ImM M ssstafl my e Stven Quirts of Water Fatal. Some years nco three Englishmen, on a wager, decided to test their water, drinking powers. The winner smtbI lowed twelve quarts, the second drank nine quart, and the third consumed seven quarts. Soon after their remark able frat. however. Uiry each died. De Laval Somer or later you will birva V The Central Record, Lancaster Ky. Thursday, May 5, 92 1 I , Mr. Kathleen Selman. of lasvillr It vfnitinR Hit trt ml, Minnie Drown. Mis t Miss Virginia Kourn Is visiting her sister, .Mr. Kwlns: Slultx, in l.ouitvrllc, thli week. .Mm. ' Saturday Specials One lot of hats at $5.00, one lot at $3.95. These hats formerly ranged in prices from Mount Mon! I J. It. Mount and Minn Joan mortared to .arrange Inst to spend a few weeks with I $5.00 to $12.00. Offer You Wore Real Values for ! A. Amen spent the week in Cincinnati, with hex friend, Mis Kate Iteid, attending the lllllle Sun-' day revival. 1 ' rrlnt.ve. Mr. J i We linve nil the riw mid desirable shades of Organdies nnd Ribbons to inntcli, FRANCIS-SIT- H result of an excellent salesman be- week-enwith her sister, Mrs. ing in the best territory in the coun- Andrew Crank, of Juilson. try. The Hirnh line is distributed Mr D. II Hnleomb so'd n jmlr of in this territory by Foster and Cave-no.- " fox hounds to Mr. Cnns. F. Knnkin of Danville at a fancy prlee. Mr. and Mr. Joe D. Gosncy, MasMl Termelia nnd Htta Iteliinsen ntertnlncl about twenty of their lit- ter William Ilcrkele and MIm Myrtle tle friend from il o'clock until K Campbell were the guests Sunday of o'clock Sunday afternoon in honpr Mr. and Mrs Wm. Coulter. nf Misoc Josephine Itaney nnd Itob-cMr. James Dnrham ntertnincd Mnric Kngle. Those who assist--- d Sunday the following: Mrs. Hnttie in the hoopitalitie were MIm Loin and litttle daughter, of Texas, Tnttle Long nnd I.ueile Mr. and Mr. James Turner and Kngle. Those present were: little daughter. Margaret and Joe Ktta Thompson, Mr. and .Mm. Kugene Dradshaw Anna Mildred Sonder, Mary Kdith and little daughter, of Danville and and Lucy Kelly Walker, Mary Lee Mio Mary Delle Halcemb were dinDunn, Nancy Thonw Lent, Klsle ner truest Sumlny of .Mr. and Mrs. Snracea Herron, Lillian Kelly, W. J. Droaddus and family. Voota Derndena and Mary Margaret Thoe from hore who attended the Knirle, Kthel Itaney, Margaret Hall, raee n Lexineton but week were Louis and Helen Keynolds, Mnric Mr. and Mr. A. D Swope, Messrs liailey and Nancy Lawrence Dourne. C M Den, H. C. Iiublo and Mr. nnd Delicious refreshment were svrvod. Mr X. T. Crow. Several interesting games were enMeosrs. D It. W. J. Drondus, joyed very much. Halcomb and Louit W. Drondus, Misses Mary Bello Halcumli ami Let-t- it Cot a Dargaln. Brando composed a ftshlng party Tlie great colony of Newfoundland to Mr. John Ison's pond Inst Thur-'awas bought lijr tbo llrltlsh for iuO. d rt Less Price Taste and Price are both suited in our departm't. Suit values that will surprise you ready-to-wear guest if Mr. Drawn' parents, land Mm J. G Dumsidc. Mr ami Mrs. John Drawn, of I.ou m if, were hero lnt week, the .Mr. a 1 t Be on the lookout for the wonderful values we are offering daily in footwear. High grade oxfords and pumps Mr. ami Mrs. Clarence Holtzclnw are receiving congratulation over he armal of n Hub? daughter last Sun. She has been christened Vera Mac Mrs. Spindle ami dnugh. trr. D.rathy. of Norfolk, Virginia arc expected this week for a visit ti her pan nts, Mr. ami Mr. It. K. on Danville avenue. M h Ttr. luv ( hritme Sander, who I n, Hamilton CImh. Losing-towas awarded ohp (f the prise tut V r best costume at the book party, at the .May Day Hnt-flel- d, $18.75 $23.75 $49.75 $5.75 $10.00 GRADE DRESSES $16.75 S29.75 I f7 MEDIUM Jcc Sweeney. Mrs. (,'. II. The following taneastor people the Shrine Ceremoifjnl at l.ouist.llo the past week: Mr. and Mr' G D. Swincbroad, Mr. and Mrs. Uaymond Haselden, Mr. and Mrx. Sam Haselden, Miss Jane Hnsel-I'.eMr Holbert Dastin and Mr. UNUSUAL VALUES S3.50 TO $5.50 RUGS KUG Rugs for the least money. RUGS IAL Let us help you with your spring cleaning by selling you the best J. P. Tcttus and son, Mr. I'ettus and wife, of Garrard rounty, have been recent vfcritors of her !Kn. Mr. M. C. I'ottus and family m Doyle county. Mr. I'ettu is a very remarkable woman, being S'5 years old and in splendid health. She .s widely known and liked by all who know her. The y. ( rrwning SEAMLESS AXMINSTER Linoleum In a wide range of patterns. S45.00-SPEC- Burlap back, cork filled $2.25 per yd. Tar filled I $1.50 per yd. Gossip About People NVf? A Drill Mifitlen ol thl Comlnji and Coin by Tho Vt Art latere Hid In. Miss Alberta Spiake is visiting he M.ss Dove Harris, Mrs. Robinson Cook, Mr. and Mr. W. It. Cook, of giftn.Smothcr, Mrs. Nannie Moberley j ; Danville, were visitor Sunday. in Mr and Mrs. Shirley Cotton were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Mr. I.oui Iwdrnm, Mr. Clay S. Long. Sutton, Mr. ami Mm. J. K. Storm, Margaret Spoakc wus Mi were visiter In Danville the mt week-enguost of her cousin, week. Alberta Spwke. d the Mls Mr. ami Mrs. Charlie Dowlin and chihiren were the guttata of Mr. and Mr. Mnttlr Duncan has returned Mr. Wllmor Meadows Sunday. rotative. heme from Stanford, where she atMr. and Mr. C. 11 Clark and chi! Kev. and Mr. 1). F. Sebastian, of tended the Tresbyteriul of Transyivu. ilrwn, of Lexington, were guests last Durgin, have been visiting rotative niu Presbytery. Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Dourne in (iarrard county. Miss Florence Mullln was culled Mr. Alexander Kobinson, of Wash Mr. Sallic Dom I.nwson, Mim Sue to her home in London last week by ington, I). C, is visiting his parent She Mr. and Mrs. Ceorge D Kobinson Shelby Man and Mr. Dave Thomas the illni'M of her grandfather. v.n viMurs m Lexington Saturday. returned borne Friday. Mim Kosa Turner has returned home after a pWonnt week' visit to Mr. and Mr. It. 11 Ward of I'.imt d Margarut Drawn, who luu Mi Mr. Den Wood was a visitor In been the guost of Misses Martha and Hi4on Clll, lias returned to her home Lexington Monday. in Louisville. Mr. ami Mr. J. K. Blmere have Mowr. Clny Mlllor.,Woed Wllmot, returned from a weeks visit In the Trice McGrnth, Den Wood and Kd men tan in. Itoso attonded the races in Lexington Mis KUja Ison.of Hrynnt.tvHIe, Monday. spent the week-enwish l.anetfer Mr anil Mrs. weok-imd Jassw tpent the MndiKMi Mobriey with robitive in county. C. M. Mnbiiriey kuit returneil idotiKtnt Mt to rein Mr. home after a tives in Lexington. Hamilton College, Lexington, took " place Monday afternoon on the col bow.lmlr comes from Husslan horse. lege '.iinpui. There was also an RRVAMTQVTT T F In the college chapel and ' v 14 Katie Ilarnes Dlekorson, of this Miss 'ivi"e w" corc S c.t-Mis. Stella Mae Grow was in Dan- - j ''j"k port. She also bail a ' pr.n.nnt part in the celebration v ile Saturday shopping. V ''uir Tlieir team work is something and (ompoMMl the new Hamilton Mm Leslie Druner is sending sev- on)l,rfuI AIt,xcmcr lhu won(,t.r. sons. eral day .with relative, in Middles-fu- , plnch Wmm u fl bro ,ind Fiddler and Spivy with their .M ism's Luln nnd Lillian Malenr enW. K. Davis, who is in the v.icked curves and pegs -- Sam H. Mr tertained a few friends Saturday slowly! Those being present were Good Samaritan hospital is evening1. Uesste Denny, Lillian and Mnric improvimt. . Miss Mrs. J. C. Wiliiums oi Itncastvr, Klsle anil Kva Dowlin, Misses rm n Meadows, Klvirec Hurt, Mr. Emory was the UMt or frit .ids here last Thurrday. Meadows, Forest Uumbcr, Bryan : Mrs. D. C. Kose, and Mrs. J SloCastincau, Johnnie Layton and Gobel Kvuryonc having an en- gan Italian! were in Lexington FriTendelton. I have just received a new VI day shopping. joyable time. a sip:y cf the Rev. Conant nnd family of s. Best Grade of Guar- - f? Here's what the Greensboro Dally wore Sunday guest of Mr. nnd NVws says of our friend, Horace Mrs. Calvin Hullct. anteed Rubber ?' Herndon, who is "setting the woods anil will rubber your buggy Miss Susie Jennings of Duenn Vis- afire selling those splendid Hirsch for!!5.00. Give me a trial and satisfy who ita was the guest Sunday of Mrs. products:" "11. K. Ilernden, 4 yourself Florence IUIlard. Thone 1S7V remit in this territory for the Hirsch Mr. II. D. Halcemb was the guost Coodle line of condiments, ranks A. H. VANHUSS and " Sudany of .Mr. Hayden I.oavel third in point of sales of V Lancaster. Ky salad dressing out of 87 of Mrs. Leave), of Lancaster. the Hirsch salesman. This is just Mr. Tiney Chcatam spent the I Hairs In A Violin flow. Ttie number nf hairs In n violin bow was formerly from SO to 100 In Franco; but now It Is customary to bate tbo balr ribbon tinwiler, ami tbls. there- fore, reqalres 173 to 2.'iO slnglu bulrs. Tliese must Ik nt least 20 Inches long. Tourte bestowed great enre on the of the May Queen at selection of preferring tbo how-tmt- I Mesdames Jehu Campboll, Joe Misoos Myrtle Cnmpboll and Mr. Itoy Cantpboll compmwl n party to Folgor's pond Inst Tuesday and wore jiuosts of Mr. ami Mrs. Frank Koliter at dinner. Gony. lish-'.n- tc ' j B.ir Ball ' KryanUvillo is en the sporting f "p can t habe ljon said thnt these j bey boat. Ttlnv tlnfftatiul , Hubble Saturady, April 30th., by the ii: . c ...i .t ... i..vim.. , T Wrriariairtalrisaisafel i Rubber Tireing Wil-nio- re - "Tara-nii.unt- DC FRESH PAINT WORKS MANY WliDEHS Lick. I Seeing HI . Is Believing ! SALE" OUR "QUIT BUSINESS I Mr. and Mr. It. II. Ward of I'aint Lick, spent the day Monday with Mr. and Mrs. Frank Turner, of I.aR. .uter. Mr. and Mr. Duncan, of Nicholas- ville, have been visiting thidr dnugh ter, Mr. Sam llneldoi and Mr Haielden, in HHI CourU DaughitMin, Mr. W. S Center and daughter. Mlso C,ludy of Danville, were visiton In I.aiifas- ter the past wook. Will .u rr. . I ) IS STILL GOING ON i i I I No doubt you have heard about our slash in prices. Come down See for yourself. I Ol The most beautifully designed house on earth would look dull and dingy and neglected without a good coat or paint. A dilapidated looking house can often be made a thing of beauty by the simple addition of a little paint. WE SELL THE PAINT THAT DOES NOT FADE OR Mr. SCRAPE OFF. I (!) v rcent visitor to her daughter, .. Cost POCKET. uioKurson has boon a Miss LessLasts Longer Our Loss Is Your Gain Nothing But Bargains K I Katie DarntM Dkkunon, wini is at (il tnndlng Iliimlltan Colkwe, Lxng ton. ANY OTHER KIND SOON GIVES YOUR PROPER. TY A SECOND HAND APPEARANCE. COME IN AND TALK IT OVER WITH US. WILL BE MONEY IN YOUR I A. T. Scott & 5on. 3EIav.mIJv3X:It:l:.,: I Mie Tattle I.oihs, I.ueile Kngle, l.ela Teator and Andy Shepherd, (!) were guest Inst Sunday afternoon of Misso Terinelin and Ktta Kobinson. Mr. T. D. Avunt has accepted a oiltlon with Center & Company at 'X' Danville and assumed hlr duties last Monday morning. Mr. Avunt Is one of the most popular salesmen In the state and his new firm It to be con gratulated upon securing hi service. STORMES DRUG STORE. FIRST THOUGHT IN DRUGS. 1. Established II Phono 39, Lancaster, Ky. IE DE ..IF The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, May 5 1921 liaigugRWjK . Legion News One of North Dakota's highest-- 1 ranking Imck privates ha Joined the of nasialT of fielil representative tional headquarter of the American I Da-ko- ta APROPOS Of Renewed Interest In Breeding Industry In Kentucky. The Importance of the thoroughbred to the security of the United States is formerly brought home to us by some comments of Col. K. S. Armstrong, Chief of the Itemount Service, Quartermaster Corps, United S tales Amry. Stressing the point that for year it has been increasingly dltTicult to bbtain good calvary mounts, Colonel Armstrong calls attention to the dire need of them which the A .K. F. would have experienced had the world war continued n few weeks longer, and to the rel.it Ion of the breeding industry to th question of supplying army mounts in sulficicnt numbers. "The rein Win of the thoroughbred horse to the army. " he says, "i close. A large number of orTleers are of the opinion that the cross between the thorough bred stab Hon and the grade farm mare will produce the best type of calvary For several years the thor horse. oughbred horsemen have done much to aid in the production of calvary horses and at the present the various racing commission and Jockey cluUj have signified their intenton of doing greater things. Don't Be Deceived into paying 10 or 15 ctt. more for a sack of flour than you do for Half Mad With Itching? Clean Out Your Blood That flaming, torturous Itch that 8.8,8., tho vegetable blood remedy. drives you to scratch yourself raw Is excellent. Thousands have on It for half n century. and bleeding Is generally caused by Impure, disordered blood. You can Your druggist will supply you relieve It thoroughly only with S.S.S., ami if yoj by getting the Impurities will write us a history of out. your trouble, we will giro Enrich your blood nml you expert medical adkeep It wholesome. Then vice free. Address Chief such troubles as arc duo Medical Advisor, 813 to It will Icavo you. For Swift laboratory, At. this work famous old lantu, (leorgla. Notice! Wedding Ring Finger. Whatever the fnshlon tuny he ahoat wedding rings. Hie i:plrpnl Hook of Common Prayer sa): The priest, taking the ting, shall deliver It to tht mnn In put on the fourth finger of the woman's left hand ' Early-Day CLEN LiLY i . 11U. The the hearing its nt the right price. (of an injunction suit against mem-'herand organizers ef the I. W. W. before n district court In KIdorade. it; Stars of motion pictures were H guest and performers for lo Cal.. I'et No. 8 of the Amerl- csn Legion at an entertainment and The mayor of the city made smoker. an address. Among the screen lav- orites who fraternized with the vet During the past two or three'. s often sncriftced to jjreetl and erans were Harold Loyd, Carter De Haven, Jackie Coegnn. Juvenile lead veara a number of severe wind profits. Storms have created havoc. The ultimate price is death with Charlie Chaplin and Jack Coog-an- . th Innocent. father of the young movie star. with houses in various parts Praise of the Ideals and purposes the country, resulting in ninny',, Legion was of the the American deaths. premier of voiced by Chin Yun-penAt least a portion of these' a very charmiiiK huly says China, n speaker at a dinner given could have been prevented had that this country is made up of by the Legion post in Peking. Other proper methods been used in! beautiful women and homely guests of the foreign post were AdChinese Minmiral Snh Chen-pinconstructing the hoiwes men. She is married. ister of the Navy; Charlie H. Crane, Years ago the contractor did This is a country of beauti-tu- l Americnn Minister to China; and Ma not stint the supports in a new women, but with beauty jor General Crosier, retired head of building. Saftey was a prime they also combine intelligence, the Ordinance Department, United States Army. Possibly he j and common sense consideration. "My name is Smith and my buddy's did not make quite so much is because our mothers are It him a trip name is Drown. I've profit, but he had a clear con-js- o wonderful in all ways that to the next Americanbet Legion con hcience. He was not responsi-ith- e American race is outstrip-hi- e vention nt Kansas City that there for any deaths. ping the world. were more Smiths than Drowns n Today, however, skimping; There are no other women the Army during the World War. aC n m n VV on the theory it it not n high grade patent. None higher, none better, not blenched or blended Sold on its mcr He Is C. - Dawson, Hcach, ei;ion. N D., chief clerk of the North legislature during lt last session nml state commander of the Although pant middle age, Legion. Mr. Dawson enlisted ns a private in the Halloon Corps, served fifteen month at Fort Omaha and was discharged as private first class, I. V. W'.'s may he excluded from Kansas through nn interpretation of the anti syndicalist law fathered by the American Legion and pased by j 'the Kansas legislature decision will be Cnfttiul mde in In s Qarrard flillingCo fr j lint pins am used hy the American customs authorities to pnxl uircels for hidden Jewelry. We hasten to Inform our fair fellow nuhway trawlers that wo never hide Jewels hehlnd our eyeballs. Uuuhm Opinion The Word Mstla. 1 Peddler. nmmmmimWmW??t mentis mixed. It Is from thn French metis, a derivative of the Uitlli mlsevie. tn mix. The term was first used In this country hy the iiIm( Ion : of enrly ot the Northwest to designate tnlied white nnd Indian idmal Anion Mipolntloii of the the SanUh-p.-HklnSouthwest the word ttiestlso. Of the hut II applies sanio derivation, la mure eerlally In those of half white and half Indian hlo-The. word Sletl. french-speaklm- ui. for jou. In thie days there were r no houv-- s n nor there such a thing as running Into town to do your, shopping. So then- was evolved n profeaslonnl shnpier who made It his buslne to tiuy what you He una known as a packer, needed. pnkkere, or pake-mniand from thesn words the modem tmines rewmbllnf them hate sprang. mail-ordei, An Important merchant of centuries ago was the, man who did your buying LATE Death onlyn matter of short time. Don't wait until paina nnd nches become incurable diseases. Avoid painful consequences by Inking TOO MONEY TO LOAN on flood city property. Pay back on weekly j or monthly installments. The Lancaster Building & Loan ASSOCIATION, J. K. KOIIINSO.W This qury was received by the Washington bureau of the American Legion News Service from a member of an () kin he ma pest. The answer was: "You win. buddy Smith, by 3,000 majority. There were St.'JOO Smiths in the Army nnd only 13,000 Drowns, j It's a good thing though that you didn't get into a bet with one of the Johnston tribe, who numbered 63,-- , Are you going to paint this Spring? We 100 in Uncle Sam's Army." have sold MASTIC PAINT for more than 25 "May God bless and reward the years, never finding reason to change to anAmerican Legion and give it strength to continue its good work" is the other brand. sentiment expressed by Mr. and Mr. Walter S. Hawkins, of West Ask the man who has used it and buy from Penn., in a letter to Miss the men who are here to stand behind it. Kay Sawyer, executive secretary of the Legion's Women's Auxiliary in New York, thanking the Legion for Its aid in bringing the body of James A. K. Hawkins, a son, from Kl Paso, Tex.as to Arlington cemetery In Washington, D. C. When the body arrived In New York City, it wns met by a delegaton from Marine Post of In Illinois they are trying to headed straight for the grave, the Legion, who brought lloural otfer-ing- s and made arrangements for pass a law requiring that every and knew it, he would step on to automobile be equipped with a the brake, or pull the emer- shipping the remains held Washington, where the Marines a military device that automatically pre- gency. Twenty-fiv- e miles an funeral. Mr. Hawkins, a former vents a car from going at a hour would throw him into a member of the 0th. Marines, died greater rate of speed than panic. He would want to from tuberculosis brought on by pneumonia contracted in the service. twenty-fiv- e miles an hour. crawl, to emulate the snail The complete tire department of It would be well if such a t r, like the jackass, to progress Crystal Springs, Miss., has been turn law could be enacted in every backward. ed over to the local post of the Amerl Mate. It makes a difference whose can Legion by the city's board of is ahead alderman. The commander of the miles is a goodjj-'rav- e . Twenty-fiv- e formed a late of speed. It is fast enough People with only one eye should postmembershipfire fighting unit from his and the Legionnaires lor any automobile to go. It see only the bright side of life. are holding regular drills nnd exeris even too rapid for some of After the excitement Is nil over cises to become proficient in hamlUng our drunken motorists. rome people begin to worry over fire. If the driver of a car were, what didn't happen. WOLF TRAIL. in construction work has been1 to compare with them, reduced to a science. Safety There are none like ours. Who wins:" COLD MEDAL Incoipeuted. & President Wm. S. HOPPKIt, Sec't. Tres. MASTIC PAINT The world's standard ttmtjf tot kldnr, r tivtr, bUJJcr anj bile ov H ubU National Ksmedy c( Jul- -. , ain.e 19". jruicrixs-LooGuaranteed. Thrw !.- -, .. lot ! mm Call M..i .f r L k One On The Wife. (Heattyville Knterprwe.) Twas the night before Saturday And all through our Jeans The wife searched in vain For a few silver beans; Dut nothing was doing. The milled edge had quit, Not a penny was stirring. Not even a Jit. exclaimed, "Horrors upon hor rors In this world full of strife, There's nothing so pennyless As an editor's wife I" Phlla-delphi- I j MoRoberts Drug Store Why Ball -- Dounces." We All Know That. hall houncea hecnuse It Kiesse "That old motto Mlusinesa before a quality known ns elasticity. When pleasure.'" said Jud Tunklus. "meant a hall Is thrown against the floor the nothing more thnn In ltd world yoo hall hecomei flat where It strikes the can't enjoy yourself unlraa you've got floor; of Its elasticity the hall Uie price." Immediately rvtunia to Its natural A Man Llka Yourself. ahap and In doing so forces Itself You Imagine )ou are a pretty fine hack Into the 4lr nnd that's tho "hounce." A hasehall tiles away from ktnd of a fellow. Hut the chances are the hat for the anine rrnon that If you eter met a man prvclsety tike yourself, you wouldn't have much use for him Ark mum Thomas Cat. Beards In History. Pliny, we are Informed, "observes Mistake Made by Many. that Sclplo Afrlcanus was the man who Introduced the fashion of ths Too many ope take themselves dally shave, "and thw Uusstsns wore too seriously, nnd can't understand beards until Cxar IVter enjoined them why their estimate of themselves are all to shave, hut he was obliged to not accepted hy others. Consequentkeep on foot a number of ottlcers to ly they "take It out" on others when OJt off, by violence, the beards of they mlgtit do much better hy taking part some thltiCs out of themselves. There's such na would not ntherwla with them." too much personal "Inflation." A Chevrolet 50,000 Miss Jewel May McCulley U Im proving nt this writing. Mrs, Abe llurton sfwat the weok en: in Madison county. Mr. CIcwl Casey was the week-enguest of Mr. and Mrs. W. T Mober d A pipe's a pal packed with P. A.! Seven days out of every week you'll get real smoko joy and real smoke contentment if you'll get close-u- p to a jimmy pipcl Buy one and know that for yourself Packed with cool, delightful, fragrant Prince Albert, a pipe's the greatest treat, tne napptest ana mosi appetizing smokcslant you ever had handed outl You can chum it with a pipe and you will once you know that Prince Albert is free from bite and parch! (Cut out by our exclusive patented processl) Why every puff of P. A. makes you want two more; every puff hits the bullscye harder and truer than tho last! You can't resist such delight! And, you'll get the smokesurprise of your life when you roll up a cigarette with Prince Albert! Such enticing flavor you never did know I And, P. A. stays put because it's crimp cut and it's a cinch to rolll You try it ! 1 ley. ??????999? PAINT LICK GARAGE. Paint Lick, Ky. Jessie D. Day wns a dinner guest Sunday of Misses Dernlce and llessiu Teatcr. Mr. and Mrs. Homer Hay had as guests Mr. and Mrs. their week-enCharlie McMilllan and baby. Genuine Cow Pest, Soy Deans, Southern Tennessee Millet. Hudson & Farnau. Mr. and Mrs. Klijah McMlllian and son, were among the guests of Mr, and Mrs. Lewis McCulley Sunday, Air. James Land and family, Mrs, Powell Dailey, Mis Dert Dalley and Clellan Dailey were in Lancaster Sat urday. Mr. and Mrs. John Prather, Mrs. Clay Ilroaddus and son, Cecil Lester, spent the day Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Wilbcrt Dailey. Mrs. Harmon Teater and baby, and Miss Oracle Dean Tester, of Jessamine were guests Saturday night and Sunday of Mr. and Mr. Allen Teater and Itev. Tuske and Mr. and Mrs. Lueai Poster and chil dren wire also their ,uet ok Sunday. .Miss d Print 14 mmd htil pmunj tin SmmUr mi4 inthm awanj ryU gUtt ha, tidy ptmnj . Aana'feni rJ humlJar penfe it Allrf I, ItpRf ttJ mhlrtr itS HffiHaTEil'14'lna H dLly3XallluujaB b ringe Albert the national joy smok CMfTtf kl I SSI WlMlM-SaUs- ti c The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, May 5. 92 1 1 Good Care Of Tree Will Offset Losses old tree and the two and three-yea- r Oil bearing and neglected tree. Plum tree should receive much the The City Council of the city of Mine kind of pruning a that given follow. peach tree while cherry tree ore I.nnciitler do ordain a Whereas Chapter 113 of the Actsi belt pruned when they are young. The circular mnv be obtained free of 1920 provide for the oiling of In spite of the fact thnt freezing by writing the Experiment Station, street a may be designated by re lias ruined the pos.liilltlcs or n solution of the council. Now be It I heavy fruit crop in many Kentucky Lexington, Ky. revolved by the council that they partially olfct nrchnnli farmer can POOR RIDGE. designate the following street in the the losses which may be sustained b city of UincnstiT to be oiled towit; giving their tree special care and Mr. I. U Matthew I slewly Im 1st. Thu entire Public Square. Mttcntion during the coming summer, proving. thereby encouraging n heavy pro. 2nd. Lexington street from Public Mr. S. Ncwby and children spent Square to Hill Court. iluction next year, according to spec Sunday with Mm. K. II Preston. InlUU from the horticultural depart.Ird. Danville street from Public aulfering I Mr. II. II. Prosten ment of the College of Agriculture. Square to second alley therefrom. Pruning Is one of the surest meant form tho effect of n thorn in hit Ith. Stanford street from Public f Increasing crop production In many knee Inst week. Square tn Crab Orchard street. Kentucky orchards, the specialist spent Duncan Mandinll Mauler .th. Itlchmond street from Public state, ami In order to help fanner Tuesday night with Mater Klvln Square to second alley therefrom. circular, No. in thts work n special i'riton. Olh. Water sircet from Lexington 92, ha been published and U being MUs llnlllc II. Duncan was the street te J. M. Duncan's gate. The publicaby the college. tsucd week-enguet of her cousin, Ml 7th. Cnmpbell street from Itlch tion H a complete guide en pruning mond itrevt ttt Crab Orchard pike. Id treed and core of young one and Hazel Preston. It hi further ordered that said oilJo addition to a number of general Alhrrln Sneake l the pleas- principle contain nil suggestions ant visiter of Mr. C. Moberley this ing begin not later than June 1st., I OKI and be completed not later mvHuarv in training and pruning week. tkin June tiith. The city Marshall apple, peach, plum, pear and our week-enMtM Ida Sneake was the r directed to purchase the oil neces cherry trees. It r alio guest of her parent. Mr. and Mr. sary to ml said street and have and contains a number of picture S. II. Speake at Marksnury. sume Hit on. and he will keep an nc idwwlng where ami how to mane me Mr. Irvine Duncan and little sou, count as to the cost of the above pruning cuU ami point to be guardare seven section, keeping the cost of ed against In removing bronchos and Kverette Scott, of Indianapolis, each street to itself, and the clerk visiting relative here. fruit ttiurs. will assrawj .igninst each owner of the llmr te the circular, heavy Mrs. I.ewi 8lmpen ami Mr. ami Ixirdering on each street repruning of the apple tree each year daughter, Ague. spent Sunday with property xirt of spectively h prierUenol Mich n ince W to be guarded ngalnst Mr. and Mr. Dan Hay. the cost according to the number of practice result in an undersized tree Clethlo Krancl Casey nnd Mt said street, that it with leafy branche ami few fruit Smotbm llieki, were guest of Mrs. feet Imrdenng on he will lutsws so much per front foot spur. A number of principle arc Ilrndford llurdette Tuesday. on ench street, ami will report the swtltncd te be follow l in pruning Mr. nnd Mrs. Ilebart drew, of cost of oiling each street to the counalio apple tree. Suggestions are Marksbury were recent iUr of cil and the assessment of cost of oilgiven about care of uch tree when week. ing oaeh street nmeng the property the nursery ami Mr. and Mm. Lige Bolton last they are taken from Genuine owners, and the council will assess Soy Meant, Cow the attention which should be given againt earn property ownor and when they are one and two Southern Tennrsier Millet. them I holder whew praperty borders or Iludton & I'arnau. year M. abuts on such street hi portion of The pruning of dd apple trer Mrs. Ike Duncan ami baliy and the etxt of wiling hi tret. and wilt correcting hikl largely eonfct sf Ml Christine PreUn spent Sunday levy the tax against such the erewdod eondltteni. of the lower with Mr. V. (5. Pnwten and family niktess nnd property to be known a the oiling tree by the removal of part of the Ijincntter. 1st, to be collected a other taxes 14 btnnehe piaUy thoie which in Mr. ami Mr. Newt Grow, Mr. and for which l h city will have a Hen on fruit ipum. cttstatn okl wern-w- t children, so tanierimc on such Mrs. IW tree should We pruned with stunt Claude Bolton and awl Mr. the propertysmid tan. Wednesday with Mr. strerto for same m apple tre Th city to pay for MHMg all Boltsn. the xeeptn that the pruning bo I.Hte on Mi street, and an Mr. and Mr. Ike Duncan and chil! levere s4nee tree of this kind any other street wwaHer ami usually grow mere dren. Mr. and Mr. Kverette Duncan property owner n are and Iniby and Mis Jtwie Kent wr way oil same at hi expense. slew!). Dun-.-aAll other parties wanting oil notify given in the among the guesU at Mr. II. A. CvniMernlde spare at lluena Vistn, this being Mr. Mr. HratUin at once. enre of peach trees, eireular t the J. M. Dl'NCAN, Mayor A nice time was being outlined from the Duncan's birthday method Anderon, Clerk Pat Attest: Mandpetnt of the joung tree, the reported. Ordinance STOP In Fruit. COLT NEGLECTED IN SPRING No On mm ji,ji-ahVii.vsvjnu LISTEN. AND LOOK WHAT DOES IT MEAN ?????? AT THIS STORE. AT THESE BARGAINS. TO THE PRICES. Only Ifl ctt. Per rrd Only 18 ctt. Per Yard. STOP LOOK LISTEN . . Ilcst (irnde Dre OIncham Contldnr That He Should Bt Lot (Jradc Illcnch, FlnUhrtl soft llest flrndc Itrown Cottnn, 40 In. wide Gradually Changed Over From Best (irnde Oil Carpet, ft. wide Dry Wlnttr Ration. half-forme- d d d Pt, e Consider the cult In the sprlncllme! .Ms j fx. he ii yearling wliti a vqulne mind full of eurloslij Krery old horse m and womlfrtnenl. th) plaiv I off In the tlclds somewhere at work In daylight. Ill owner neglect Hie a much a he can nnd have the yotincter live. The half remeiidiered green field" and pasture of lai )ear become green oin-more The cult has vnzue memii thing that rle of tin- - tustx of urn-with the mlncleit mi til tate-tu-rHuvit of motlier' milk. From lietwceii In the tin' rrnik fence Hint Incline hi world he Mik uHin the springing eras, maneti Port of hi hmiuger l und hmiKer. plain hiinciT. wrl I and most of it Is ItiMlnrt, Imt It I nil very real. He I h lonely lltth- - lildefiil of In- tlnct mid erntlns hImiiu to start hl ecund year, lie Is a bvwlldered or- plan of lln- - funii tails and tah!e. iiecuslomeil to his corn and alfalfa. slid with nil the tnnililes of liorseilum's life before liltn. Ahoilt half the time no one consider that lie should be l,H until hut from the drywinter ration to the nft sreeti sum iikt nit Ion, ami when the change nine It comes n quickly that there I not n du' Mine for that voune horse' stomal h to Ket ileJ to It. For lone week the plow team have heen celtlnc reatly for tiie chanee. If the sprlne In the they eoiilil not air. In any other way they nil c tit know Increasing It from the crsilually nmiMiiit of itirn that I going In the feed hoxes. They are U'lnr worked a llltle more nnd u little steadier than they were while January' snow sllll covered the a.nire. The colt. ttHttiglt. hi nozl,i iil wuy until MMne ilny Ci after the oats are In and etery Jw molillMMrd hi ilie lare I like slKer. then all at oiiee some mie iletiiles It I high lime that the colt uiim on the pHlure. On the Mtiire he cue. It may he Jil't iH'Hish of n Kisture to keep life within hi hide, hut he mut got alone with an ixtiKlonnt saltlns on sunny Sunday niornlns. The grass may he cnnipHtcd thin and watery, tnstele utfnlfu he lia been with tliat A'indow Curtain Scrim Table Oil Cloth, wide, nl Duck Head Overalls llet (irnde India Linen color - Only 1G ctt. Per Yard. Only $1.00 Per Y.rd Only 25 ctt. Per Yard. Only 10 ctt. Per Yard. Only 40 cli. Per Yard. Only $1.75 Per P.lr Y-E-S. GROCERIES! 'ink Salmon Chum Salmon Car. Corn....- - MY GOODNESS . rlt .... ....... .. . ....... ..... e Sweet Potatoes, Ijirce SUe.... ..I . . Iirmnid Oysters Tomatoes, Ijitkc Can ..I Tomatoes, Small Can en SAY, LISTEN AGAIN. WE ALWAYS PAY TIIE HIGHEST PRICES ..... ............ ............... 2 cant for 25 t can for 10 t can for 10 can for 20 2 cans for 35 can for 15 for 10 ..1 ctt. ctt. ctt. ctt. ctt. cli. cli. FOR YOUR EGGS AND PRODUCE. FRESH LIGHT BREAD AND FISH EVERY FRIDAY. THOS. 'ETrrythinr In a S. PIERATT BUCKEYE, L. F. Drown. Country Store.' KY. Mr. and Mrs. Tnlhott Jenkins, Mr. Mrs. L. F. Hrown ami daughter, nnd Mrs. J cm Hill and family and Mr. T. O. Hill were guest of Mr. Lorn, were in Danville .Monday. and Mrs. Walker Hradshaw, at DanMrs. Hay Noel nnd dauchter, visit ville Sunday. last week. ed Mrs. Vireil Dr. and Mrs. Ceo. Hendrcn have Thursday after ruturned home after a few days In V. M. S. will meet noon at U:00 o'clock, Mny 12th. the bedside of their Lexington BUCKEYE at e Imr-nlsh- Soy Desnt, and Millet. dnuj:htcr, Mw. Walter Davis, who is there in the hospital. Hudson & Farnau. Mirt Margaret Doty of Richmond, Argentina Not a Paradise. spent last week with her sister, Mrs. The illstrthutlon of ruin seems to S. Plerntt. bo poorly managed lu the Argentine; .Mr and Mrs. T. S. Picratt nnd If the country Is not suffering from drought. It Is apt to be complaining .Miss Margaret Doty were in Lexing of Hoods, or. In tho warmer and more ton Tuesday. fertile north, of the locusta. which Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Miles visited somotlmes aweep from tho wilderness relative in N'lcholasvllle from Thurs of the Clin co In such clouds Uiat the projwt has seriously been considered day until Saturday. of erectlnc an enormous net, supportLouisville, preached ed, perhnps. Ucv. Price of by balloons, against Suturdny and Sunday and visited Mr. them. Harry A. Krnnck In Century Mncnzltie. and Mrs. Dave Lone. Cow Prat, Mr. und Mrs. Mllo Simpson and fnmily of Ijincaster, visited Mr. and Mrs. Lucus) Foster recently. Mrs. Hiram Hay, Mrs. It. San- - Cl PUBLIC SALE OF yw-, dew, Mrs. Nora Tenter, Misses Sallie Kay spent Lou Teater nml Kthel Thursday in Danville. Mrs. Luther Simpson and children, Itichard und Dorothy of Shelhyville, Ind., are here for a weeks visit with Mr. and Mrs. Henry Dunn. Mn. Arthur Noel nnd family of .Madison county, Mr. and Mn. Handy Kurtz and family of Mercer county have heen visitintr Mr. nnd Mrs. Nothlna Known of Its Value. Cleopatra bad n warranted pwen-tlv- e y of baldness, or a suw cat. she Intended to employ It to wheedle Caesar or buy oO rebellious Perhaps ne plannwl to Pothlnus. present It to Antony as a surprlo at Turwus. Possibly shu held up the gift In a inodo of feminine fickleness, and had It In her reticule at Act I urn. and through tho power of thnt talisman drew Antony ufer her In frenzied pur. retreat. suit, ami In Ignominious There Is nothing In tho discoveries of Egyptologists to warrant belief that Cleopatra's hnlr restorer bad any actual value. Exchange. Pot-tlbl- LAND HID PERSONAL PROPERTY REPORT OF THE CONDITION Of The Modern Example of Cood Breeding. Wednesday, May 18th At Ten O'clock, A. M. At my residence, on the Fall Lick Pike, Garrard County, Kentucky, about 4 miles from Lancaster. In order to raise funds to pay mv debts and settle with my creditors i urn forced to sell my farm and personal property, un uic uuvuw,u m well improved, wel located, will sell mv farm consisting of 142 acres, a high state of cultivation, most an oi n m grass, una coiivciiicut u kind This k n finn farm luoducmii Tim vnttulnnnn is nowand we I suited for all nas a ee comLortable. it and and stock scales, nnd the land is suitable for raising cood tobacco barn, tobacco and hemp. This is an opportunity to sucuru a uouu iu.n. Terms made known on day of sale. And the following personal property: 1 cettlnc all winter l"ie. hut If he cet linn and hiird'l'llliil. then that must ! ho the colt's fault nnd not lecnu l not ccliliiL enui:li to eat. Is ho not on a pasture and N not n pasture Min-very rcir to ie IihI ,tiuri. the stnnilspntce renuincousr I tint I if It to Ii.. rliHiiiri, froiii I lit" warm stnhle and the regular eorn nud nlfalfn to Ih jellmv-erevii- . i pasture nnd ll thin, snrlnc eras should he a crad iml one. Sllll. no one U stiilHi.el to iHM-i- NATIONAL BANK NO. M34. KENTUCKY. OF LANCASTER, CLOSE AT THK OF BUSINESS ON APRIL 28. 1921. RESOURCES Loans and discounts, including rediscounts (ex- $250,092.73 $250,002.73 ept those shown in b und c) 10.S4 . Overdrafts, secured, Nenc; unsecured Deposited to secure circulation (U. S. bends rnr use n exeat deal of reason In denllni; ov.uvu.uv value .......------..------------ -with a boy, n pup or u colt. 11 other United States Government Securities.. 53,000.00 103,000.00 TO ESTABLISH SHEEP FLOCK Other bonds, stocks, securities, etc. Dunking House ......... 25.S72.50 0,000.00 1,000.00 LIVE STOCK horse mule, 10 hands One pair etra Rood fi year aid mare muleM. 10 hand hinh; onechildren; one 5 year old he kept In cmM storv condition. Show to jack; one family horse safe for mnilltlon nud low comllltou Imth must Circulating notes outttanding in fold nl?AcvJSli mare extra uood 2 year old Jack. One 6 year old red cow to be fresh he aroldeil. ono et amount due to national banks ist. of June: two Kood heifers M shoats, avernKc wclRht about 115 pounds; two kooii Total of Items 22, 23, 24, 25, and BEST TIME TO TRAIN COLTS Individual deposits subject to check brood sows, farrow last of month. Farmers Should Not Hetltats to Pay Furniture and fixture Good Price tor fewea Tnat rro. Cash In vault due Thrifty Lambs. Lawful reserve with Federal Reserve Hank In eslnhllohlni: u Hock of sheep do Net amounts due from nationnl banks not hesllnte to jmy a kihh! prlct for Total of Items 0, 10, It, 12, 13 und II ewes If they are exactly nilaptoi, ami Checks on banks located outside of city or town that, when Juill- iiurliillt- - for thn of reporting bank nnd other cash Items...... rlmislr tnatisl. ari llkelv to nrliue Redemption fund with U. S. Treasurer and due lauilis that will slve the hest return from U. S. Treasurer fur the fiMxl which they consume. It Is of the utmost Importance to make TOTAL iis of nims thnt possess creat InilM'l- LIABILITIES. tint merit, and strnncly Inherit tin cixxl pnlntN hy which tliey are dltln Capital stock paid in Cnless n rum has a rok KtiMieil. masculine head and stand llnnly on Surplus fund . protlU .irniiL' Ires In should not he selected. Undivided honeier preat his ineritH may he In Reserved for interest and taxes accrued other respects. Itreedlni: ewes should Less current expenses, Interest nnd taxes paid.. 7,000.00 11,083.13 .......... .......... .... ........ 20,590.52 22,490.4'J 43,000.01 195.54 2,500.00 $448,850.75 $50,000.00 50,000.00 ...... u.iuu.Jf 1,583.10 1.991.00 12,790.93 ll ........ ............ 20 47,700.00 2,144.01 2,144.01 260,215.21 Let Trouble. ..i,,.. , lu'n n fan rnrii nlniiloef 1 nni linmn cnrii nhintcr! " mower aim iuivv, $448,850.75 TOTAL cultivators; one 5 tooth tobacco plow, or.o Disk harrow; one .No. 20 Oliver plow; two two Hicks It It n mistake not to huller foal , ...v. and tench them to lend durlnc Infancy, State of Kentucky, County of Garrard, ss: .v.. i uiu uutn. double 8h0VCl plows. UIIO UUKKy " mirneiw bank, do solemnly swear I, S. C. Denny, Cashier of the norse power Kasoune engine aim crusnur. when It ran ho done with less truuhle lonif shaft; one set of black smith tools. One Is true to the best of mv knowledge and that 'About 115 locust post. One share stock in the Garrard than at any other lime. A few mln bcicf,tho above statement 1911) Maxwell touring cnr. Oo S. C. DE.NN, Cashier. sum week uli s ipi..rn vnrnhnii. c.n. i.ots of other things too numerous to mention, lerms made know rlent,two or three timeshen hy no Ismean they should sworn to before me this 3rd. day of May, 1921. as Subscribed and n on day of sale. W. O. Rigney, Notary Public. pulled about so as to make them perMy Commission expires February lit., 1922. spire, as there Is then a risk of their at ten o'clock. beginning promptly . .. . UIIO .MCUormiCK , FARMING IMPLEMENTS Mittiki Not to Halter Foals and Teach Them to Lead During Infancy-Me- ant Total of demand deposit (other than bunk deposits) subject to Reserve, Items 27, 28, 29, 280,215.21 30, 31 and 32... uu., above-name- d Sale laklne cold. As well as the halter lessons the youuester should he t.iutli lu eat dry food, which he will soon do If It Is held to him or If alloweU to eat from the manger with hla dam. ' Correct Attest: , J. G. B. Swlnebroad E. Stormcs Alex R. Denny Directors. The Central Record. Lancastei , Ky., Thursday May 5, 92 1 1 SUBSTANTIAL FLOOR FOR POULTRY HOUSE Specialists Say There Is No We Are Offering Our Entire Stock of I I I 0 One Best Kind. Everything Depends on Soli and Uh ef Structure a to Which It to 8 PreferredCement It Mott Tailored Suits, Coats, Silk Dresses AT VERY Ifie finest suits we have. Sanitary. (Treparrtt Hi UnttM mates Depart-mof Acrleutturri Cement lloor for iHniltrr houses are championed by some poultry Kniweri, ifc while other declare n good dirt floor i mo oniy Kinu 10 uc. lie met is, wultry irhillts In the t'nlltil States Department of Agriculture ny, that there Is no one best kl ml of iliKir. It on the oll. nml the use nil In to lie of the house ni to which t) preferred. On IlKht, sandy, n o illrt floor I satisfactory, especially for small or colony hen houses. Such 'loom xhoiihl be from 2 lo ft Inches nt d d tr I j GREATLYJjiircUCED PRICES Over one hundred new ALL WOOL TAILORED SUITS at $12.75, and on up to $49.50 for Over two hundred new SILK DRESSES in Canton Crepes, Taffetas, Crepe de Chene, Mignonettes, etc. at all prices from $14.50 to $75.00. About fifty new SPRING COATS in stock at all prices beginning at $0.75 for all Wool Sport Coats and on up to $49.50 for our finest coats made of Marvella, Orlando, etc. 6ome Now To Get First Selection Voiles. New We now have in our new line of SUMMER DRESSES in Organdies, Ginghams, Dotted Swisses a beautiful collection. Plain and Suitable Poultry. Houte for I New line of white Flannel and Serge Skirts, Silk Sport, Skirts and Plaid Skirts. SPORT SILK DRESSES at $14.50. HUNDREDS OF NEW GEORGETTE AND SILK BLOUSES. higher thnn the outMdo ground ur face, nnd It In advisable to renew them every year hy removing the contnml-nntesurface ibwn lo clean soli, ami to relHI with frv mmI or flue grovel nml earth. A boon! floor I generally uel where the level of the flowr In the home Is from 1 lo a feet above the ground mrfatv. nml In portable h..ni-eon la ml whlrh I not weil drained. Ilofird floors hart r rat, and rot quickly, and ssMHthl he ralel mwm dlMam-off the erouml mi that eat! or dott ran itt mwbir ttwttt, and aim to alUtvv n !ou ran burn uur botwr. ou can freo clreutatkin of nlr to prevent the twit jtou can't burn wood frofii rottlnc r Cement 'mors are adapted to .. Mr. .lor Turner s on the sick list. bu-tiMrs. "It won't blow away. It can't be to hreoilor Mr. Z T Kicr of Rkhmond. sj.cn t , hoBv. Incntwtor cottar-- ami to all Sunday A TJilhf Qii-ir1- n ni Vic- - lot. You ean't bay eharaetax. A Now eeewnV hrf. booses where an artlfletal reputation asay be teat in mm aet of Mr. Milton Ward, hut wrelwsod floor Is require!, nml ran he hullt mt w oat? uur life. Yea aaa lee a repaint itToTiflan.N-'sMake- s the ground level. Those Hoori an n UvtirtaaMi ear. i that taJte a fMtir ef HannM't aajr ha taken jna. a lUatiwe to easy to clean, very wanliary. nit proof, Miaa IOfdy BtMsHqr to vMUmt (wild MB. nnd comparatively Inexpensive. If one In the Tkata' a Character Krmslns. hut a cheap supHy of gravel or sliarp reUtivm at Sawgrtt. Yen'-- y as the amy now. Mr. W. T. SttMtw fmt SdturoJy CINCINNATI. O. If thara ia any "Character neean a eaetnaii ea las sand. Friend of Mr. Joans Wnvin. who B sBBa. W Mm. Wm. diiTtuetace betwaen in Uncut ttr. Ut ! Yon asay bssry m-- - and tests bet on. now tame rarity leeaoad in ColumRond'er i and vsaeo. and ekiraeter the I!ev. Hilly Sunday. BROWN-TAI- L Komiina. MOTH IMPORTED bia, Max. will be interiiafd U knew enuiueUng a revival bore, ats eaa racier win beat us whm 1 All wo de ia stta th ware Mr. ami Mm. Jofca back from the eeasetery. He will Msat eax in toke) af the It's a (treat life U Impeetlon of French Nurtery Stockt xerk-n- d of Mr. nail Mr. kns failed ta sec it. vnlk the acreet lotsx after ni ICree Kost Koeas hi that Weate'rn iweohon "Some tiring. mut be fautthaM la In Uncovering Many Result! Henry Tuttl. by time fraea lw vsthiablo. The valae C has beiw obiiteratod The Jhrat seven yen a. are tho hard-ea- t. Irity, where wo know tlmt her semee NetU of Insects. verS order to tae taaanatann. There are mon that .Mr. nnd Mr. WiUsam wttl bo w the splendid a diamoasl depends on iu I lived In this city year and year aaro Mr. Mid Mr. Jim work she ha tindortahen. A local retlcral nnd stntc Inspection of riaiton When 1 was Where do we - irtm kernl it quantity. net yct have fortrotten their Rase. . Yen can't Mnnel tlrtrts, "skWatar. French fruit nnd roe stocks during Kitaon of from the Cohsaabia twper of that rit Now Yerk I went dawn ta Tiffany' recent month ha resulted In the Inhsis thii to say: Tank-twle- y af Ilwrea. and .Mr. Korr she wad me tJwMiB. I but they are still Urine, either rnftro- Mia In Oe4a-- l. terception of 8ft nests of the brown-tal- l dueed In a benodietiaji or a ( The attractive new rest reem of spent the Mtt week viHuK Mr. atMl ideked up the famaus Tiffany ljfaytte, we an horn. moth In 32 shipments, Iu contrast and "Charaeter has to be the Red Crea in the Neene County Tankunsloy. Let' ami saldt Haw much is with KJ Infested French shipments Mrs. Simon I brtng you be fere Josu Christ. Can j court beuMi w to have, beginning toAny seeend an ())? Cronlvy lEoo. ef wtsrtkT" Mr. ani Mrs. which have arrived In tills country you nnd any fault in Htm; morrow, a permanent matron. Mr. lie Madeion, Jtadtdon, Madid. during the last nine yearn. The N'ma, were Sunday visitor of Mr. One humlred thousand dedtant." be the Sen ef Cod, and ' of m ninny neHu In such a brfcf and Mrs. Bltl itakor. Irveere the vin reugue, see voo T. It. Slavin. whose borne until reI plckisl up another HtUe enr. elaimd to ean you prove that that claim was . cently was in Ijineaster, Ky., ha eriod Indicates that the French In. play. much i that Mis Lee Anna Osborn was the at- and said: "How false? All right, all right. I chal-lunspectlon sen Ire volunteered te stay in the Ited Cres much below the Taet sweet, maneiessr. worth?" you. standard of previous yeurs. To meet tractive visitor Saturday night and Can you find any flaw in roem between the hour ef f and I your right nrm mrdyed? "Fifty thousand dollars." tlds situation, nil Freuch shipments Sunday of .Mis Dayse HunelU. that claim? Didn't He talk like the I Mother, tab' down your service ft o'clock dally and serve the Boon "I dcked up n rope ef parU: Son of Cod should have talked? And rose nnd fruit stocks are being of Tnnkersley .Mr. nnd Mrs. Simon County public as matron there. flag, yeur sen's In the S. 0. S. fumigated nt the tort of entry under spent the day Sunday with Mr. iiml How much is this worth," didn't He talk like you would if yeu Mitts Dorothy Ilreotfle, the Ited Hen seir, ma cherln, eu aNez vous? Ihe direction of the Department of "Two hundred thousand dollars." had been the Sen Mrs Chat. Hamiey near Taint Lick. ef God? Did He Agriculture, an well ni Inspected ut Paint It with Iodine and mark him Cross health nurse, spoke enthusias"I picked up a string of black sny anything that you wouldn't have tically of the new room. Mr. Wm. Beaxley and son, Jnmes pearls destination hy stale lncctor. Fur"duty." that they find over in South- raid if you had been the Sen of Cod "For the chapter's sake" she said, thermore, u warning hut teen sent to and Mr. Ben Hnmm of Somerset, San fnry Ann. ern California. "Hew much is that Instead of Him. the French nurserymen anil the spent Sunday with relative here. Heaven, Hell er Hnbekon by "we would like to have the reom ns worth:" French niectlon service to the effect attractive as possible for visitors, Mr. James YnntU nnd two ont. "L'lghty-fiv- e dollars." A stiff upper lip fc a commendable Chrsstmas. thousand that If shipments rontlnue to arrive from Columbia and from out of were viiitors Sunday afternoon of Mni la guerre. "I pickel up n little pigeon blood ns a looie tongue is objecUennble, .Infested with nests of this Injurious town. A permanent matron will Se is Pari! Insect, It may be necessary ti cancel Mr. and Mrs. A N Mori.ln nnd Mrs ruby, two carat. 'Hew much U that The fellew who laughs heartily nt hglp greatly to accomplish this, nnd I llnky, dinky, parlcz vous. iij I existing permits to Import French! Sams. worth: bum jokes is seldom without friends. stocks. If I ever gYt eut of this man's the Bed Cross is Indeed grateful to Poynter had Mr. nnl Mrs. Alfred "Five thousand dollars." Mrs. Slavin and the other Columbia Interception1 have been mnde by for their Suikiyn guests. Mr. and Mrs Pushing a lawn mower Is the best army--- 10 I'cr Cent Are Flawlett people who are helping with the new Inspector Ihe stnle of Coiincvtlcut, (Jreen Toynter nnd family of Linpring tenfes. F.verybody needs Who wan the war? "One ofthe most valuable stone New York, Indiana, town, New Jersey, room." When do we go home? In the world, ns well ns the rarest,'" ut you. N'urth Carollnu, Pennsylvania, Mary- coln. The Bed Cross rest rbom is u serWe've paid our debt to I.afnyotte is the pigeon blood ruby. Only 10' The fellew who Is unable to obtain Mr. and Mrt. Miley Ileniley and In New land nnd federal viceable institution. Wednesday who the heck do we owe now? - per cent or mar-- . criMilt is not bothered' over his In the diamonds on tlio York city, Philadelphia mid Washing- little dauu'htor. Josephine were tintwenty-tw- o women and girl ate When the cruel war is over, or ability to pay. ton, D. O. week-enguest of Mrs. John Ilroad. .kct are what they call first-cla- s lunch there. Every day a number Sny "nh-h-- " and lgn here water. They are either n little "'"t dus of Hyattsville. of women arc there, especially The brainiest man In this town Let's oat. haPe- - T hVC Mr ..,! Mr. Wllllnm ftriw-- . .nd'017 in Clor. I t women, to whom the room the value of them. would probably bo the last one to " C0WPEA HARVESTER. J 'two little daughters, were visitors The beauty of woman is in her menus a great deal. look in a glass to find him. "w c, hve 0 Pur Iaw. h'ch. cenUy of Mr. nnd Mr. William Smith Instead of the Iwre old waiting says uiiu noining nuuuernteu snail who recognizes the womanhood, and not in the drug The- - fellow The lnti liareler, of which of Pleasant Hill. room that has always been there, the several ty-- s are commonly be in the composition of the food, he- - goodness of others is merely respond- store. Bed Cross Is making an attractive Mr. and .Mrs. Milton Ward, Mr. In harvesting Held beans, cauie that, would Jeopardize our ing to the same qualities in himself. Never mind thu sin of the other room. They have Tom Ward, Mr. C. H. Henry nnd health. refurnished It, put will work well with cowpeas fellow, lie probably considers-thenew curtains at the window and are two children spent Sunday with Mr. planted In rows, uccordlng to "A horse to be valuable, must be mild compared to your. MAKKSBUKY specialists of the United States Installing window boxes and other nnd Mrs. Wllllnm Clark. without a (law. If he kicks or runs Department of Agriculture. The Mr. nnd Mr. Ollio Oruham and awny, has the heaves, is blind or Some people come into this life decoration. Mr. Itussell, of Dallas, Texas, will most successful of these harvest-er- a hnndsome little son, William Milton, epizootic, he is not valuable; those arrive this week to join his wife for with a wail, go through It with a nro const rueted so that the The friend in need look good, week-end- , visiting Mr. nnd are flaws. spent the long knives run under the vines, but his money often feels better. a visit to Mr. and Mrs. Jus Turner. growl, and slide out with a snarl. Mrs. Mllo Simpson of Lancaster. cutting off the stems beneath "A picture, to be a masterpiece, Seed Corn, Early YeHow Dnt, the surface of the ground. With a flaw its Mr. and Mr Wm. Lane and little muit be flawless. Kelly White, Johnson County White. Mae and Suvannh value is reduced. son, Misse Flonie Iludton Ac Farnau. Ijine. attended church Sunday nt Character Comes First. FOB CONTROL OF BLISTER MITE lluckcye ml nwcre dinner guest of Mr. Iver Poynter. and family of "Character a man may be known Danville pike, were Sunday guest Mr. and Mr. Ia-- Pendleton. by five things. First, hi character, Spraying, Covsrlng Very Thorough nml Mr. Tom Ward and parent. Mr. what he it; itecond, hi conversation, nt Mr. nnTT Mn. Wm. ItlnnLEvery Part ef Tree, I Recomj und Mrs. Milton Ward, Mr. James what he say; third, his conduct, by family. mends-! as Satisfactory. Mr. ad nMrs. Forest Curtis werej It. Henry nnd Master what he does; fourth, his contribuYuntis, Mrs. C. uev. Early spraying will control the Jume Milton and Louis Henry were tions, what he gives; fifth, his creed, nosi at uinner last aunuay t tor ...... ii , . M i SEE ami .urs, ia'wii nt inompson, ucv. .nan-leblister alto on apple trees. The trees shoppers in Danville Monday, what he believes. Mr.a dn Mrt Carl Curtis of should bo prajed when the tree are "Love is the greatest thing In the Mll.ci t.thei names. Fannie Mer- MCCARTHY dormant or when the leaf buds are Ida, Lucy and Nolle Turner, Lee An- world. Character is the grandest--It Lancaster. swelling with lime sulphur spray In Miss Ola Doolln delightfully enter- will rutnaln when all things else are The PLUMBER na Osborn, Messrs. Tom and Loyd nt hIiaiiI th-- riKiiytrl litn nt nrt Pery Osborn, taken away. You can't lose charac- iuiiicu me luiiuwuig gursis ui er Ihe concntralt-- d lime aulphur to nine Harnei, Kf I'oolln, evening: Misses ( .;alIon of water. The sprayln must William Merida, and Crit Turner, ter. It wilt stay when your money is homo last CoHfrioe, Etc. mil It will stay when your friends Margaret Curtis, Alia Mae Edwards, i' be very thoroughly done, corerln were visitor Sunday of Jlus uaysie gone !?f?f Phai St. every part of the tree. Unless the Kunells and Mr. and Mrs. Henry are forsaklnfc you. You can't burn Meitr. Henry and Robert Edwards. Lancaster, Ky, spraying I done early the reault will Tuttle. 'up character. You can burn money, Nice home made candy was served. SI! mot be Mtlsfuctory. il -- A. B. -- s DANVILLE, GUY. Robertson ir. & Bro. e KENTUCKY. ijsrniifiaTWi REST ROOM la-it- u t. CHARACTERS ARE LIKE JEWELS,rehar-Ufr Frhnn, Of Tho Late War. Irinont Jennie Slavin cepts Matronship 'Red Cross Rost Room. Tfiis Comparison. prctu rriiir iclt liT m I Miu Wf-ft- vis-to- riarn Kl MHlr asetd. tt ere. fiaw-lea- it. eii Ami-In- s 1 i (f liiMx-otor- s -- d out-of-to- ' ' re.." - PLUMB- ING The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday, May 5, 92 I I Uncle Walk HENRY CLAY CAKE You can'l imagine a more wholesome dessert than a hiia slice of tempting cake made from HENRY CLAY Flour. It is the desjctt thai luinjjs pleasing compliments from your gucils or furnishes your family a dainty, nourishing treat. fib, fitHk VARIETIES OF COURAGE liliniiitit. This iiKirtilng I flve a mini linlf ui-- t hi now, nnd be neer ef fereil to ilefnid lilimielf. He treinlil.-- ! nil owr nnd " coveretl wllli n rold ewent." "Ami yet, under pntik u n lit-lt- e Your Dealer Sells scld the hnnn't ni miirb tl"i:ilSMITII I JV retlnil merrliant. mi nwful cownrd." I HENRY CLAY FLOUR the ideal take flour. Try it with any good recipe; feel the pure white silky texture; note the small amount of ingredients it takes to hake the fines! cake you could wish for. is HENRY CLAY FLOUR other clreuin-xtanre- o, inlclit kind of murage." nld the hotel. "It Isn't nfp to Jump to about miicIi Kersmltb how nil thing. A uiw high unifm quality, roes a long way in HKtrtiful r.ilr nuking. II )ou are hot sure of yvui iVna, lioine luting li Urgrly in11 work. Prqwi fiour, liAviti)! the Among iLwrumruting houvwivri I IENRY CLAY Flour lut a jirflly Il lot mating die fmrt, IirIiIDI cakes and Mt)nrs. gors farther titan any oilier flour, Ufauv t its high) gluten content. It imparti a tidiness in (In or llitt u a icvelition in tafluiru. UruJct, it'l so raiy to lake Mill HENKY CLAY Hour. mmnl rrpuUtion Jutf to oc I IENRY CLAY Flour h a tuprnoc flour, today frem grocer )ir Lexington Roller Mills Co. LGXINGTON, KHNTUCKY iJ a utk miutfJ i 'i WiJu'r i i - i ivr. i wt tt i i i i i i i i i iffrr uuw i j si l JL" -- trtiin mtr- mhiojiKmi j7K Unci PtnnyvrlM Sayst You're In a bail way ir )ou don't .Matter J. V. Ijind is Improving anything; from a successful fatli-- r nt thin writing. money. but Mr. Abe Ilurton vn a visitor In Noliy Ones, Pitas Head. 'Indixon Sunday. The ambition merely to attract pubMay MeCulley LittUt MIm lic attention dor not In Itself maka more happiness on tlio irt of tha c ill with pneumonia. for Mr. OttU Stotta adn little ilnuKh mron concerned. tcr u ill with mump. I ni Miw Lillian I). Dnlley pvnt the KflgllshUen who do tiol tzom vVIro eek-en- d in .Mndinon. sometime take house to moota and parts of tbt city. In undeslrnhl )ln. llnne MeCulley vbttisl Mr. i:t)pt an Wo Kim It" Mrs. 1 Jnsper Mntthewa recently. amusingly lrcrll'v bow Imnl Mr. Moe Hay and family were It Is to tlnd a person who baa thus tone nstruy. Hit hutand, Le nay. hopper in tancaiter Saturdny. wrote to n doctor for the address of Mrs. Itobert Hauur wn the cuoit some friend whom lu knew bp tmil attended. Hero l the doctor" an- if Mr. John Daitoy Wednesday. Mr1!. Homer Kay returened home 'a live In a house swer: "The M without a number In n street without Friday after n delightful viit with a tin mo next door to nu Armenian ! relative. butcher who, I think. ha no sign, west I Mr. Forest Maiters, of .Madison The staircase baa of Abdln palace eighty-se- t en steps," wn with Mr. Iteynoldi a part of WOLF TRAIL sVH ""?LSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS 'ait week. Mr. Charlie Mitchcl and family have moved from Lancaster in this community. Mr. nnd Mrs. Wilbcrt Dailcy nnd an, were Sunday visitor of Mr. and Mrs. Klijnh McMlllian. Mr. and Mr. Harrison Kay were at the bedside of little Miss Jewel MeCulley Friday niijht. Mr. John Dailcy delivered a bunch ef hoi; to Mr. V. A. Lear last week for 10 cents per pound. r.ilu. Mr. Hnrvc Tenter and daughter, u delightful day with Mrs. Moberley Thursday. .Mr. and Mr. Oltis Stotts were In Wilmore Tuesday to attend the of Mr. Homer Carman. Mr. and Mr. Hugh Moberley and little daughter, spent thu week-enwith Mr. nnd Mr. Ilarve Teater. Mr. Klijnh McMillia.i nnd Miss Jessie II. Kay were guests of Sim and Harrison Hay Friday. Mik llert Pulley, Mesr. Karl nnd 'lellnn Oniley were the week-envisitor of Mr. nnd Mrs. Asble Hen-.'ro- il of Jessamine. Mr. Mose Itay and family, Mr. and Mr, Klijnh McMlllian and son, at. tended the surprise diner that was iven Mr. John IJny Wednelay. penl Hugh d Me-dnt- d i & Earned Capital Is Best. In invest womnn wilt rlltnb n t - nnd clirlek for the police If ln fee n moue. nnd If n renl peril ennie nloiie, she'll exhibit more eoiirnce In the inlniltellimi the nverngi tnnn could dig up In a hundred year. "There, are seor" if dlrTereut kltitlt of courage In this world, anil yoti can't expect one man to have them all. A man may tremble nnd rrliico when threatened with phyidriil and yet tnnd up erene and lllllgtiifleent wben the mtlie to the diMir, and there' nothing liner than that xort of moral eonnige. "There iced to be n blnrkHinltli In tbl toun who had n wide reputation li He wuMl't nfrtild of li fire enter. anything. xiile said. If he heard of n promising bruNer anywhere In the countryside, he rotildn't rest until be bnd mlxiil thing with him. Anil he didn't ask for purw or other Inducement, lie fiigni:ed In combat Jut bemuse he loved It, nnd was happiest wben Id no.- - wiv knocked to one xlde, and hi eye were bunged up tbnt tie couldn't ee whether he wn going or coming. He ncteil the hero on several imtiiIoii, rescuing Mopli from burntng building, nnd avlng gent wbo were drowning and hi nerve became n byword. "Well. In the rtlllnes of time hi teeth went wrong and hi bend swelled up until It looked like n sipmsh. He hougbt about a million thing at the drug More, nnd they wouldn't relieve the pnln. The doetor told him he roiilrt bnve hi putTcrlm: ended In five minute by going to the dcntl'tV. but that Idea turned him faint. At lat be Imd to nnd the dentist told me he never saw Mich n doggone eownrd. That Invincible blackmlth Jut had to be lifted Into the operating chair, anil a often a he could get hi breath, be yelled, "The dentist' cbnlr take the starch out of many n brnve man. I ued to have to frequent It n giod deal before I hoiiKht these hntiibinade tortolscshcll teeth, nnd I saw some moving sight when I wn seated In the walling room. Women would come In there n cnlm and cool a tliotich they had H'cpped In for a dlh of Ice cream. I have ween n girl gRidunto sit chatting cimfortnbly until her turn came, nnd then she'd step Into the chamber of horror without turning n hnlr; nnd then some big policeman, who'd think nothing of righting n revolver duel In the dark with a burglar, would come Into the waiting room a limp n n dlshrng. sweating Ice ten and grnnfllng eery time he drew n breath. "A man might enslly get n lot of fiiUe Ide-.- i about murage In the den waiting room. "That man Kersmltb. who stood nnd permitted n smaller man to twist hi a ort of murage I'd give n fioe, hn own. I've nltvay wished I could make nubile speeches. I've n lot of eloquence lnlde of me that ought to be turned looe for the edltl cation nnd Instruction of the ieople. Hut every time I'm culled upon for n few timely remark, I'm senred stiff. and enn't ny a hlnmed word. I Just gurgle nnd splutter like n unstrurk - Gootl painters like to do nood work. They are as much Interested as the property-owne- r in seeing that the paint they put on looks jrood nnd wears well. The fact means much, therefore, that many painters always use Ilanna's Green Seal Paint on every house painting job. They find that HAXXA'S GREEN-SEAPAINT produces the right results. It imparts a beautiful glossy finish; It wears well; it forms a durable film that covers the surface thoroughly without brush marks ahowinir; and every gallon spreads out over a c wide area. In the long run Green Seal is the brand most economical to use on your property. Sold By L CONN BROS. Lencaster, - niior Kentucky. President Zacnary Taylor. Zachnry Tuylor - one or the leust known of our president, He held office only 1(1 months, hut In that time he displayed such courage mid strength of character a to endear hlmelf to the ivoplc. He came to the ottlce practically unknown and unknowing. HI In the Mexliiiu war had vlctnrle made hi in famous, hut he was uot known to the ixillttctans. nor did he know nny of them. He had been called "Old Hough and ltendy." but he was not such a blustering, uncouth man a people had thought. Concerning Baldness. mnjorit) ot men Mho baveuinoiint-e- d to mi j thing have guno tinld. To go bald before amounting to nny thing the lot of million. Among those mil lions nre many who feel that the tlrst kingdom of the world would Im com- ' for loss of hnlr. ern It the perquMten or n king did not Include t court wlgmuker. inn n I low mice for Kvcn without n crown us it consolation, I there I n certain solace In not having ; to wonder whether jour scnlplock I standing ercnd!cularly when the occasion call for solemnity. Exchange. A 1 ' This Bank Knows You IT WANTS TO SERVE YOU i one of the secrets of community prosperity. the predominate desire of this bank. Wc want to with vou in securing jour own success in of life. the business or agricultural world, or in the profession Your success means our success. A saving or checking account at this bank or both will be to your convenience and financial advantage. It i p, THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. S. C. DENNY, Cashier. jut Capitol $50,000. Surplus $50,000. Honor Roll Bonk Exclusive Business. of the trouble I produced by who don't produce anything And It' Good Advice. advlco to men A married woman' "Wben In doubt, listen to your wife: If not in doubt listen to her, anyway." ) I thoe ele. Mot HilfTnlo Ww. tlt' iatiiiK the financial standing' of a man busine.s.s just entering the mercantile iiKeneics al- - W. T. Moberley hod visitor Mr. Walter Cnsey nnd family, Mr. Fred How. ard nnd family of Mad'son, Mr. and Mr. and a Mr. d lunatic, and bate mye1f for thne Dreaming of Putty. Temperamental. To dream of putty I n sign or povltesle, returning from erty; puttying up bole foretell losses church and eager to tell the new. the larger the hole the mora exten- ! said. "Oh. mother, wo have a new sive the loss. If you are putting glass terror In the choir." Iloston Tran-rrlInto n window with putty It foretells that you will soon move Into n mean. Long Shoe Point. er place than you now occupy. At one time In thu Fourteenth or Fifteenth century ieople wore the Wedded by Eating Out of Bowl. Mlnls of their shoe- so long tbnt they Marriage I not n religion ceremony among the Hunncve. There I a were In danger of tumbling over them ceremony, of course, but the only neo when they walked. To overcome this and binding part of It I that Inconvenience It become fashlonalilu the couple should, In the presence of for both men nnd women to tie their wltnesv called together for too pur- shoo Milnt to their knees by lace or chain, pose, eat out of the same liowi. oi - eary their week-en- ways try to find out whether he has earned and Havetl his own Mr. Carl Moberley and little capital, or whether it was Inherited. week nfter II. "Hut when Kersmltb I cnlled. he rise without n tremor, nnd smile sweetly iixm the ntldlence, nnd goc nheail saying what he ha to say a though In hi own arm chair by hi tt reside. Td be willing to bnve my noe Fitipatrlck USUO sired by Hex IVavine 1790, he by Hex McDonald 833, nnd ear twisted several time to have first dam Annie Kooney 1101, by I'eavine 85, second dam by Powells RTZPATR1CK 2$oo. hi murage." All business people know that a man who has g1 "Chilean Nitrate FUlds. taken years to save his own capital has, durinj: that time, formed habits of thrift and learned lessons In economy The nitrate Held, the principal that will help him trrently to succeed where the man whose enpitnl "came easy" would fail. There are many more reasons for savinjr than the mere amount of money to be accumulated. Have you started saving yet? cnled on the eastern shqie of tho coastal range, wet of the conllllern of the A mien, at an altitude of from 2.01X1 to n,0(V feet above sen level, and Inland n distance varjlng fmm 10 mile In the northern part of the, rone to 00 mile In the southern part. nource- of Chile' wealth, nre limited to n narrow strip of arid deert lo Drennon. Fitzpntrick I n sorrel stallion, right hind pattern white, in beauty, brilliant action, animation and richness of color this hone excel, liolng a full brother to both Kentucky I'eavine nnd Crcstlnnd prove that this i n I'nc of breeding rarely equaled, I'eavine blood ha been recognized by thu pica test breeder a one of the most desirable line in saddle horse breeding and I increasing In popularity every day. This horse contain a much of I'eavine blood a will be found any where. Fltzpatrick will make the season of 1921 at my barn, 0 mile front Lancaster on the Iluckcyc piko at PILES! l, If you rc a sufferrr llh pllrs. blind or blrnlin. ) ou 111 trl tcUrf iiomlne br.t pi'licalloii ol tmf't lur mm4r (ulvr) duespllrs and htul. by nut sniarb SIXXJ sonthlnit: null. prrpaUI. fc r. OKI, SKI HiUiuUrir, KUUuUii, I;. hemor-ihnii- UU ly Ftllow Art I ,U. Mr. IVdalbasH I nm n musician. I give recitals on the pipe organ. Mr. I'roudfatlier That so? 1 wish He play you could meet my mm. the mouth organ In vaudeville. You organist might be able to help each otiier. Columbia State. Beautiful. $10. Chief If mare To Insure a Living Colt. Napoleon Is s Alio at tho tamo place I will stand my Jack, at $10. To Insure The Garrard Bank & Trust Co LANCASTER, KY. Janan mnv entertain neaecful , peoMary They ... t..i ku. MI1U.. ple are awfullysay Hint very wise itntttln,.. (mi-...- ! homely, Marty ardently) Mary, rctivlty would indicate that she it (very gettng ready to make naughty face you're the most beautiful girl In Uu t ... in- traded or parted with the season money Is due. A lien until season money Is paid. Care taken to prevent accidents but not responsible should any occur. will bo retained on T. R. F. D. No. 3. D. IRVIN Lancaster; Ky. ct some one. world. Cornell Widow. The Central Record, Lancastei , Ky.. Thursday May 5, 92 1 1 PAINTLICK Miss Lucille lackey spent lait week with friends nt Paint Lick. Her, Sknggs nml family visited friends near Marksbury Monday. It. W. Estrldge made a business trip to Wilton the first of the week. Friends of Mr. Sarah Iluckcr will be grieved to lenrn she l on the sick MMMsjMKitMKKXDoesnetKVQOanrit Classified Column GOOD LUMBER RATESi Single Insertions tc a word No ad taken for loss than 20c In this column, No mis in this column charged. Seven Insertions for the price of five. Phone orders must be paid promptly. JUCXXXXX KX KWJOt X Furniture for Sale t Apartment for Rents I'am breaking up housekeeping nnd here will bo n chance for some one to get some real bargains. Will sell ns a whole or In r separate pieces. Call or see me May 0th., over Garrard Bank and Trust Co. Mr (It) Elizabeth Joseph. nf-te1 lit. Mr. ami Mrs. Ollie lloian visited her sister, Mrs. Sarah Ogg one day last week. and Mary Misses Nnncy HufT Wynn left Momlay for Harlan county to visit relatives. Mrs. II. - Arnold's friends will be grievrtl to know she is real sick at thi. writing. I- CHEAP THIS yard is prepared to supply you with everything you desire in lumber, mill work and other materials for building and repair work. When you buy SEASONED Lumber you have no trouble from warping or shrinking. Our Lumber is WELL SEASONit. ED before we-sell Grass j J Clover, ' XHtiLMBXMKHOet Ynur old llrei and tubes tnsd nvw, Hrim them In and rood ui ihow you. Ilerndou & jon-- t. pd.) Plenty of Grnss Blue, Timothy, etc., for grazing milk cew and horses or almost any kind of rtock, with plenty of geod water, at city limits, on Lexington pike. 7t. A. II. Bastin. ll 'iFnrm And Home News From Over Sixty pupils of the graded school Whitley Co., have enrolled for junior dub work in sewing and foods, according to a report of Gladys Waddell, county home demonstration agent. Warren county farmers are show ing an Increased interest in soy beans affording to a report of County Agent W. II. Rogers. The acreage grown this year I expected to be more ban four times as murh as that grown last year. Mare than 70 !eys and girls in Washington eeunty have become members ef the various Junior ngn cultural Hubs there, n repert frem County Agent Harry R. Cottrell slate. The strongixt club in the eeunty was recently organized with a" enarier member, jw b: wnem win raise peultry as their club project. Crittenden ewunty new has its third community club. Ceunty Agent Jej,n Jt, Spencer report, the last one fcovmi: been organised at New Salrm Poultry standardization work progressing rapidly in Marion counU to " r,;ccnt "'I"1,?' " J ldre,., county . Mr. Smith, of Smith. Ky., is here for a visit to his nclce, Mrs. I.ec Led. ford and Mr. I.edford. Little William Eldridge Francis, who has been on the sick list Is doing nicely at this writing. Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Treadwny en-- i tertained several Ilerea friends Sun-da- y after afternoon services. Rev. Vogel, wife anil little son, and Mrs. Wyatt were guest of Kev. nnd Mrs. N. II. Young Monday. Cow Peat, Soy FOR SALE: July potatoes at f 1.50 per bushel nt my residence in Nina. Ky. Phone .101-F- . W. I Prnther. FOR SALE: Four tlp-to- p milk In Cumberland College, rows, with young calves. J. I. Hamilton, Lancaster, Ky. . Beant, Genuine When you buy at reasonable prices you can well .afford to build or repair. We keep prices down, quite within the ' reach of anyone. WHY NOT LET US ESTIMATE, THE COST FOR YOU? FOR ItENTs Five room Bunga-loon Danville street. Apply at w premises. George Smith. Southern Tenneee Millet. Hudson & Farnau. f FOR SALE: Cream Separator nnd Coal Oil Stove, good as new. Mrs. J. W. rrnur- -. (fi.fi.2t pd.) Cow Pasture) I.S0 per month. Blue Grass, Timothy and plenty of B. I. Wearren, water. pd. Stnnford Street. (U-'.'S-'- Mr. John Pennington was taken to the hospital Monday morning, suf fering with appendicitis, It is reported. Mr. and Mrs. Reynold Ely. on and son of Junction City have returned home, after a visit to his sister, Mrs. Win. Marshbanks and famly. Miss Lucy Williams of Richmond,! wa the guest of Mrs. O. L. Ham-- 1 mack the past week and attended! the meeting nt Wnlnutta. Mesdames Tom Peyton, II. J. Ches-nnnd children and Maine Kstridgc were the guests of Mrs. W. B. Sadler on Wednesday of the past week. School closed Friday except the High School, which will continue M. K. Church, Berea, Ky. He Is a through the month. All the grade man of God, deeply spiritual, also a teachers returned to their homes Fri- student. The people of Paint Lick appreciated his labors among them. day evening. crowds tlockcif to the church Mr. It. H. Ward and family, Mr.! Great to hear! the word of God expounded. and Mrs. Wm. Parsons, Mr. D.' II very Shepherd and family and Mr. and Results of the meeting were gratifying to the pastor. About Mrs. Blaine Estridge were guests of seventy-fivprofessed conversions, Mr. and Mrs H. J Chestnut Sunday. thirty-si- x new members were added Mr. and Mrs. Joe James, Mrs. to the church. Burns and two daughters, Mary and Km'.ly D of Paris, were guests SunNotice. day of Mrs. Jame's mother and sister, .Mrs. Martha Ely and Miss Knte County Common School Diploma ut e' Bastin Lumber Go. Lancaster, Ky. TREES ENTERED IN HALL OF FAME Honor Of Wcodrow Wilson At phis, Tenn. FOR RENT: live roam cottage. with garden In eennectlon, on Creamery street. S. II. Estos 8 at pd.) (4-2- carpet, 20 yards of new rag B. (riggs, bee Mrs. Route 3, about three miles from town en Buckeye pike. FOR SALE: . , (It.) I am standing a Registered Jersey The Rev. Vogel preached a sermon "Tithing." About twenty-fiv- e signed the tithing cards. Hot chocolate and cakes were served to all who remained nnd a social hour was enjoyed. On Monday night, May 2nd., the EXCURSION pastor with Rev. Vogel, members new nnd old gathered at the church, with O., friends from other churches. An Epworth League was organized with thirty-on- e members. Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Hammock via the following recently: Rev. Vogel, wife and son, .Mr. and $3.15 L. & N. $3.15 Mrs. Talbot Cornett and son, Tom, Mr. and Mrs. It. F Ralston nnd baby 8th, 1921. ithc-- t Messes. Ray Gilbert, Joe Bowman, of Agriculture William Scott, Misses Marie I.edfonl. Special train will leave Lan-- j The tree In honor of Woodrow Nellie Scott, Geneva Logsdon and : Mr. Tom Ralston. Memorial Art liaiiery in uverton will leave On .May 1st., the revival of a Cincinnati, 6:30 P. M. Stand 'I'nrlf nt .Mimnnt. ipnn. Uia al iwnmouw, near Methodist church closed the nrd Time. (7:30 P. M. City e old guards, was nominated n Evangelistic services which hail been Tim). For further informs-t- o In progress for three weeks, the pas- - tion consult the Local Ticket I,b' AIIcn u- - Oowns of Lebanon, N H. On July 29, 1887, the Old Pine was Rev. N. II. Young was ably as- - Agent, tor. -- isted by Rev. C E. Vogel, pastor of 'struck by lightning and on June II, 2t.) 1801!, the tP-was further damaged by a whirlwind. The last class day before the tree wns taken down was in June, 1895, for the tree wa taken down in July nnd ii marker placed near the stump which lias been treated with preservatives. Other candldntes announced ns having been given n place in the association's record arc: OF Tliu Battle Ground Oak marking the Battle ot Guilford Court House, N C, In the Revolutionary War. The nomination was mndu by Mrs. Dorian II. Blair, historian of the Daughters of the American Revolution. The "G. A. R Elm" on Belle Isle in the Detroit River, nominated by D. S. Kimball of Detroit, and planted by the Fairbanks Post, the largest post. in the State of Michigan. The Sycamore Tree shading the headquarters of General Washington nt White Plains nominated by Mrs. Jeremiah T. Lockwood. The Cornivallis'Aaron Burr Ouk at Charlotte, N. C, nominated by Miss V. G. Alexander of the North Carolina Society of the Colonial Dimes ' of America. The Lewis Cass tree In the City Park of Elyria, Ohio. The tree it 250 years old and has a circumference of fourteen feet five Inches at four feet above the ground. The McDonouzh Oak at New Or- - Sunday, May Bull, Hanging Fork, Raleigh No. N Brc, 7.018 at 3.00. J. K. Sanders leans nominated by Clarence F. Low week only Hubble, Ky. with the result that In one The tree is numed for the man whose 300 eggs out of 1,800 which had been fortune helped to found the public FOR SALE: Good white oak ordered could be furnished. school systems of New Orleans and fencing, gate slats, boxing and frsm- I1ngton county Farmers c Baltimore. The oak has a circum ng any length desired. cooperating with County Agent L. C ference of tuent) seven feet. Mike Rogers, Lancaster, Ky. Pace are .planning to conduct a soy The Crowwick Oak in New Jersey bean campaign for the purpose of nominated by Mrs. William II. Rog having nt least 1 00 acre of the crop FOR SALE: Five or six bushels planted for seed and as much more ers. The tree has a circumference Memof twenty-siand one-hafeet nnd of nice clean Hemp Seed. Phone ns powible planted In corn for hogHoward King, marks the situ 'of n Revolutionary ging otf purpnM-s- . Hrysntsville Ky. War hospital and headquarters of the Sheep breeders of McCracken and Hessian troops on their march from Ballard counties have drtided to FOR SALE: 490 Chevrolet, 1 02 1 Philadelphia to Freehold wool clip and sell ALL FAMOUS IN HISTORY. been run 2,000 miles, or will trade pool their Washington Oak on the Hamp Ford Coupe or Dodge. The both together, according to a report Washington, The first tree to be ton Plantation, Santee Rivrr, S. C Examination will be held May 13 and G. C. Walker. of County Agent J. R. Bird. It, 14 nt the Court House, Lancaster, nominated by a United States Sena-to- r nominated by J, Danforth Bush of FOR SALE: Coming two year Buena Vista and Paint Lick. for n place in the Hall of Fame Wilmington, Del, The home which Teachers' examination will be held for trees with a history, one in honor Washington visited and which the old Jersey bull. A good one. Phone BryantaviUe, 151 Laricastcr. Don't criticize your neighbors' faults, the following week, May 20th. nnd of Woodrow Wilson and also the tree now shade wns built by Daniel 30-1no matter what they do, George D. Robinson. Jennie Higgins, Supt.1 "Old Pine" at Dartmouth College are Horry, a French Huguenot in 1750. 21st. Dont ridicule the masses, or ma 1 The Wallis Elm named for the one tU announced by the American Forestry llgn the chosen few. time land king of Pennsylvania was Association. FOR SALE: SLleh cow, well Don't think yourself a censor for the L. McNary nomi- nominated by Bruce A. Hunt of Wil Senntor Charles bred Jersey, gentle, good milker, silly human folk, nated a walnut at Salem, Ore., plant- liamsport. The elm is at Hall's Sta about four years old, with young And just remember as you go that by Mrs. Eugene Breyman, a tion The tret- - was planted in 1770 ed calf. If you wsr.t a good milch cow any fool can knock. pioneer In the Orgeon country fifty by Lidia Hollingsworth of Philadel see, J. K. itouinion. Don't laugh at those who make misthree years ago. The tree bears sev phia, who became Mrs. Wallis. Were takes and stumble on the way, al eral tons of nuts annually nnd has the timber standing today that Oiver Riding Cultivators $55.00; rirrumf.Tenco of ten feet eleven i Us once owned, it i estimated his Smoothing Harrows $20.00; Dunn Fnr'ou are apt to follow them, and almost any day. that of the Corn Drill. Inches where Senator McNary's head (fortune would equal $10.00; Disk would touch the trunk. The meat-- , world's ten riches men. The tree Harrows, $50.00; Lawn Mowers, $5; Don't think of others ns shifting sand while you are solid rock, urenipnl was made bv Prof. Reei! of has a girth Of fifteen fret four Garden Plows, $3.75; House i"" fr, One Is Nominated In x lf - Any Fool Can Knock. (4-2- CINCINNATI, and return Den.-irtmrn- ; rr..tu Wal-nuU- inches. $2.50; Cook Stoves, $23.00 and up; The Live Oak at Tomona. Calif.. Oil Stoves, $23.00; Refrigerators, at $20.50; Ice Cream Freezers, cheap; in Porno. Heavy field fence at 78 cts.; Buggies na Valley, nominated by Mrs. Stcph fell lenth top, $135.00; Buggie Har en Allien, chairman of the Old Trails ness nt cost. Committee of the Daughters ot the per $2.75 Paint- - Paint Paint American Revolution. gallon. The White Oak that marks the J. R. Mount & Company. site of the battles on Keith's Hill In "Many things nt cost" King Phillip's Wars nnd "Hassan!- misco" now Grafton, Mass., nomina- ncorgiana Keiin nsKe. '- Pnt, And don't forget for heaven'. sake, that any fool can knock. Don't be a puller down of fame on other men conferred, Don't give a parting kick to one who fell because he erred. Don't think that you are perfect, and the only size in stock, And now once more just bear in mind that any fool can knock FREE DELIVERY Groceries any place within city limits. Phone 46, or call and see us. We will be glad to take care ot your wants. stantlne, Mich., nominated by Paul willow It. Westerville. The parent over Washington's Tomb furnished in 187C shoots for this tree. The Richard B. Reed Elm on Lincoln Highway one milu west of Vnn Wert, Ohio. Long known us the Fostnaught Elm, this tree has been n am ei! for Aviator Reed, who lost his life in the wnr, nnd was' nominated by The elm is ten feet eight inches In circumference. Nominations of trees with u history for Hall of Fame are made to the American Forestry Association nt Washington by historical organizations. William-Fostnaught. BARBEE'S KING, 3898 issHm neoikM Kin Ites I OMtJtH ( ( IUirtUblf is JMt br iMktm lMnik m KtM((WtMMSt KltlMiUn S (HMiiMr4 Ks( UM llll .S'eiir I'lr M fjaltr4 luuM?ra JiM I Nat? I KttfK I Nilbrllhilll(l,l4Btfr Llttls Coal on Atlantlo Coast With' tho exception of tho small deposits of anthracite In Rhode Island, the only coal deposits on the Atlantic seaboard of tills continent are those In the maritime provinces of Canada. Diminutive Only In tttaturs. It It related of Phlletai of Cos, distinguished about 3.10 II. C as a poet and grammarian, that be was so diminutive In else and avoirdupois that bt carried metal weights In his clothing to prevent his being blown away by the wind, lie was the preceptor of Ptolemy Plilladetphua. "' The Brown Cash Store Bnrbee's King Is a beautiful rich golden chestnut with star and I believe feather, sixteen hnnds higii, weighs 1,200 pounds. he has more style and finish than any young saddle stallion in the South, Hat a neck of great length, the best natural tall of any stallion alive, great Has been awarded fifteen first prizes at George- .nee and hock action. own, Cynthlann, Falmouth, Ewing, Paris, Lexington nn 1 Louisville Kentucky fairs. Barbie's King won first prize nt the Columbia Horse Show for best saddle horse, mare or gelding. you When consider size, breeding, with great Individuality, nu horse has a better ight to sire horses for ring-nnpark. Has proven himsc'f a splendid sire of extrn fine colts and all of them saddle naturally whether 'out of saddle bred mare or net. Will make the season of 1021 At $15.00. nt my furm, one mile East of Stanford on the Crab Orchard pike. Will also stand two good mule jacks, which have proven to be great breeders, at $10.00, At the saint place will stand the famous Hubble and Eubanks' Jack, to servo Jennets only, at $25.00 for Jack colts and $12.60 for Jen nets. Money to be paid when colts foaled. Will graze end care for narea at $3.00 per month, but not responsible for accidents or escapes. rnone U7. five-gaiti- d W. L. Cordier, Stanford, Ky