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NUMBER 8, TO ORGANIZE Shclbyville, Ky., May 8, The ture, died .Monday morning of seppolice force In Detroit and was re A Louisville man, who Organization of the various hurley ticemia. She laid her 87th egg Sun Lexington, Ky., A special mission maximum penalty of 21 years In the cently given a medal ns one of the is n member of n local racing firm, penitentiary tot conviction on n tobacco counties in Kentucky will day. crack pistol shots in the department. from Venezcula, headed by Dr. Este charge "who back his judgment on the of voluntary manslaughter begin o(in under direction of the The champion died In the harness. and van tho Foreign Minister, Thi younfc man I. V. Oosney, o committee named t n meeting held and attendant at the collegu poultry races generously, stood at Churchill thl descend was imposed here today In the case county and a son of Mr. and Gov. Edwin P. Morrow, last month at the Instance of Judge farm finding her dead on a trap nest Downs Saturday and watched Black kMr. N. J. Gosncy. He has been on ants of Henry Clay and more than of the Commonwealth against R. L. ourself fight Prewitt, n farmer, charged with the Servcnt and Behave Robert W. Bingham, to put into ef- where the had gone to lay, the police force for several months 1, COO I.exingtonlans gathered at the Judge Samuel K. Baird, murder fect a tobacco organization planned She hold Ihc world' record for Ing it out to the wire. nnd the record he has made ha tomb of the great commoner in Lex leading of He had wagered $1,000 in the win Shelbyville Attorney. nlonK the line of the fruit and vege- continuous egg production, having ington Cemetery to honor hi mem caused hi friends here to admire The Jury got the case at 0:30 tables marketing plan of Aaron Sapi-r- produced 04 egg In 04 consecutive ter books on Black Servant and got him even more than when he left for ory. 40 to for hi money. head of the great California nay. She also has a record of 810 A bronze wreath imported from o'clock last night after the trial had this Importont work. The Detroit been In progress for six days. At If Illack Servant won he would marketing iytrm. eggs in four years and wa expected . papers are carrying a good likeness France was placed nt the foot of the mldpight, when a verdict had been When the countirt have been or- to pasi the 1,000 mark enrly In her win $40,000. of Mr. Cosney, together with several sarcophagus within the great tomb, agreed on, the juror voted to adIf llehave Yourself won he would ganized contract will be diitributed sixth year. over which towers a shaft 120 feet others who have made similar records journ. Within an hour after the and signer lolicited, and wheti 75 She was hatched April IS, 1010, not win a penny, even though the as pistol shot. The winers were high. per certt of the accragc hat been and nt the time of her death lacked Hradley entry triumphed for hi presented with n The mission, which is composed of jury convened this morning the Jur silver cup, for their algned up the habllitatlon movement, three day of being five year and wager was on Illack Servant alone. accuracy, for they Dr. Dr. Jose Santiago ors voted for a verdict of "guilty." were required to In the last few Jumps he saw lie Attorney for the defense anniartni by Judge Bingham, will be one month old. She started laving and shoot not only in the ordinary man Rodriguez. .Madam put into effect. November 0, 101(5, and during her have Yourself nose thrust out. II. C. Plummer, secretary will leave nounced they would file motions and ner, noming tnc outstretched arm grounds for a new trial tomorrow. That nose cost him $40,000. In hit addreM Mr. Saplro, whose pullet year laid 202 cgg. 04 of which and sighting with the eye along the In the morning for Cambridge, Mass., IIu took n taxi back to town. He Prewitt killed Balrd In the Prewitt work had come to the attention of were laid on consecutive days, giv where a luncheon will be given by the barrel of the gun, but they also had home, where the attorney had gone Judge Bingham and llernanl M. Ing her a world's champion record. had lost Interest In the rest of the to be able to hoot "from the Harvard law faculty. hip." llaruch, outlined the plan in use She produced 1H0 eggs the second; races. On arrival Lexington, the to confer with Mrs. Prewitt with re in ith practice the latter can be done K. II. Hradley lost heavily Owner In marketing the product of Califor 1H4 the third and 151 the fourth visitors who were accompanied from gard to taking possession of certain with accuracy. nia, and he xhowed how this could year. She began her fifth year of by that nose also as he had played Louisville by Governor Morrow and property belonging to his client after Hlnck Servant heavier In the winter laying January 28, 1021, producing be applied to tobacco. Jit. .Morrow, were entertained nt she had sued her husband for a BAUGHMAN luncheon at Ashland, the historic divorce. Prewitt claimed that the her 81 tth eggs on that dny. She books than Ilehavc Yourself. It Is Th California Plan. would home of Henry Clay. They were attorney had advised his wife to proMr. Saplro explained how the Cnl laid four In January, 18 in February, estimated that Mr. Hradley ifornia raisin grower were first or 21 in March, 14 in April and 0 in have profited at least $60,000 more Announces Sheriff met at the postotTice by the cadet secute her suit for a divorce and prebattalion of the University of Ken vented a reconcilation. He also ami then how that system May, a total of (id for her fifth than he did had Illack Servant won the Derby instead of llehave Your tucky and escorted to the cemetery. claimed that the attorney cursed him Boyle wa extended to the prune grower. year. Judge Samuel M. Wilson formally and he believed his own life was in It wni announced that she would self. through the list of Califorand o on Tradition Upheld Afain. "To the Democratic Voter of Boyle welcomed the visitors and n response danger when he shot Baird. nia product, and then he howrd be mounted and placed In the uni I or the thlnl time in three years County:- was made by Dr. She was owned by how then tem could be nplliil versity museum. the Kentucky Derby has been won EVERYBODY Dr. Lindsay Ireland, Louisville, "We have come here to give testi to tpobacco. After careful consideration and by the member of an entry which much encouragement and solicitation mony that the American ideal of He dealt at great length iwth the wat not considered the stable hope over the county, I have decided to Simon Uolivar and Henry Clay unite Buying mean of marketing and financing a Your The at nil. well a with the tyttem of controllyield to the wishes of my friends and the spirit nnd the heart of the great In 1010 Billy Kelly and Sir Uarton make this, my formal announcement, family of peoples of thi hemisphere," Banquet. ing the output. If Your Eyes Arc Weak And uere the Koss entry. Hilly heliy a a candidate for the Democratic Dr. said. Mr. Saplro explained that the Sore or You Are Becom-in- g was thought to have the race nt his nomination for Sheriff of Boyle coun I am most happy to have been Tickets for the Business Men's rainn industry win much like the mercy. Sir Barton had never won ty. Ky., and in doing so I wish to nsk called on to fulfill the wish of my Banquet to be held nt the Garrard tobacco industry until the cooperablind Come to Lancas- a race. He won the race, with Hilly tive system wa organized and the your kind indulgence and considera- country and my Government that Tobacco Worehouse next Thursday grower became the seller at well ter Tuetday May, 24, 1921, Kelly second. tion in making this announcement so this testimonial be reverently placed night. May 10th., arc selling rapidly' In 1020 I'nul Jones and Blazes long before the primary (August 6 before the bier of the noble states- nnd practically everyone the producer. With the aid of that has For Free Examination And were the Hal I'arr entry. Diazes was 1V2II. man, who in the most critical hour been, approached has bought one bank and merchant a big corporathe (table Paul I was bom nhd raised and spent or our national life, gave his sympathy cheerfully. tion was formed, trustees elected and Not n man in Lancaster Free Treatment By a Skill- considered. hope. won, Jones wasn't He with Illazes an my entire life in Boyle county; my as a balm to our sorrows and his or Garrard county should refuse to a manager named, racking plant r. alto ran. ed were established and the grower! past life is an open book to the pub eloquent word as a sustaining help buy one of these tickets nnd he should Saturday the Hradley entry was lic. A to my qualification and fit to our efforts for South American also make it a point to attend this began putting their own product on! . .. .1 Garrard county physicians, the formidable because of Black Servant. ness for the office of Sheriff of Boyle liberty." -a banquet. Its a 1., i banquet tut: M.LM b. Tl. iiv tiuiuniii: niuitvri health officer and the local lied Cross Behave Yourself wasn't seriously county, I leave this for you to judge. Governor Morrow accepted the nnd will be of great benefit later both wai not great enough to take up the for free considered. He won. aurplut stock, but by mran to the city and the county, and may will have as my deputies, M. C. tribute. of a chapter have arranged Black Servant i really the Derby Helm, of Danville, here at the "The representatives of the South return four-folmerchandising campaign the market clinic for and J. Briscoe to the purchaser wa extended, and oon grower be- Garrard Court house on May 24 to hero. He killed off the speed in the Harmon, of the West End of Boyle American nation today acknowledge of these dollar tickets. Public race by the terrific pace he set and county, both men favorably and well what the voice of Henry' Clay did gan to realize increasing profit un- 27th. The United State til the raisin grower section of Cali- Health Service will tend a trained it was this effort that used up hit known in Boyle county. I wish to for them in championing in Congress Church ami. all exami- strength so that hit stable compan- say that neither of my deputies nor their cause against the despotism of fornia, for many year proverty nurse and Dr. W. P. Harvey attended the said. services at Gilbert's Creek Baptist myself arc stepping from one office hurope," Governor Morrow atrlcken ,broame a veritable land of nation and treatment will be abso- ion could nose him out. lutely free of all cost to those who plenty. We will appreciate "Hi speeches have been translated in- - church in to another. Garrard county Sunday, Somebody Advertising and the extension of will come. your support and hope the voters of to Spanish and are taught Venezuel where he was invited to make a talk It is the sincere wish of these or- an school children nnd those of other on Boyle county will give us a the market for tobacco, according to the history of the Baptists in us? and due consideration before careful countries of South America." to render the greatest pos-Mr. Sapirg. could be made to pro- - ionizations casting Kentucky. One hundred and forty duce the tame rculu. for tobacco "u,r wrv,CB 10 !,,0I"C 01 Won't somebody tell us why that their vote on August C, 1021." years ago the Baptists organized a tomv M anJ young, rich the most of the good things which grower that were ecured for the'fount' Your very truly, Vs church there, the third church of that u"elf of this ralim grower ad nlater for the otherlnml pauT n,", rid JOHN S. BAUGHMAN. we enjoy in life require somewhat faith, in this state and the service "nd Inconvenience. ,ferinK of California. of a sacrifice to obtain them? And The above announcement I of un was in comme-noratioof that event. r'vcry, ,,auinl um cr wniy.oiw why evil thing a it were are appar usual interest to friends of Mr. The Hyattsville baseball team will The band-- of Baptist people left VirB.li.v. It F.a.lble. year age mutt be accompanied ently thrust upon us and wr accept . Baughman in Gnrrard county, who cross bats with the Bryantsville boys ginia the middle of September, and by jNtrent or guardian. Patients who claim that he is f Garrdrdite, next Saturday afternoon on the the second Sunday of the following forming Op association cannot go back and forth to their them without discrimination? It appear that we are prone to having married one of her fairest former's ground, the game being December, about a wecic after their and the means for financing it along homes at night will be well cared for make mistakes, even if we casually daughters only a few short years ago, called promptly at 2:30 o'clock. arrival, organ.zed the church at Githe lines used by grain, egg, raisin, here in Lancaster. pick up our night robe preparatory then Miss Patsy Beazlcy, a niece of This will make an interesting game lbert' Creek. prune, an"il In conclusion he said: A tremendous crowd The ladies of Lancaster churches "I ant to say first that my general will serve lunchet to patient and for it adjustment for the night we Mr. Luther Glbbs. of this city. Mr. as the team are closely matched and wus present at the meeting Sunday. Harrodsbur,? Herald. conclusion Is It I absolutely feasible their families on Tuesday, May 2 tth., will find the back part of it in front Uaughman has almost as many some friendly rivalry exists on both nt least three times out of five. friejtds in Garrard as he has in sides. to organize the tobacco fnteresof and those present who need to be Will somebody give us a good reas- Boyle, and that is laying a lot, un New the Uinted State on the here on other day will also be cared on why the whole plan of the exis- usually popular, nnd his friends here Woman commodity marketing plan, on for. Messrs. W. F. Champ nnd J. E. tence of life on this planet depends think nnd hope that he has the nomia basis, with modern Stormes, were elected hye ulierer of Oarrard county Boyle trustees of the unanimously Graded unancing mtinous, ami make a com you can not a if on! to mi this chance upon the sacrifice of life from the nation clinched. samllest mite in existance to man? plete succcm of the business within to huve' your eyesight and High School at the regular elecrestored. (And even man when his body be- Mrs. H. G. Cummins a period of three year. You can County Court. tion held nt the school building last come a prey to worms, may go back not do it overnight, because you have Saturday. These gentlemen, were as a "Hound Hobin" to sustain the had the wrong system for about 100 SHOW Danville, Ky., Miss Sara Mahan elected to serve In the vacancies of mite.) This evolution has gone on years. You cannot convert that has announced her candidacy for cir- J. A. Beazlcy and L. G. Davidson, Mrs. II. G. Cummins, about 75 cuit court clerk of Boyle life has thing with one crack of your finger King, Own- continuously since give us a existed. years old, passed away at her home subject to the nction of the county,- the latter resigning to accept a trusIs Will somebody reason Hut is can be done. No matter when demo- teeship Leave! of the Lewi fund, why our scientist have devoted most nt Prenchcrsville ,ln Lincoln county, ratlc party. So far Miss Mohan is you strut, it is going to take n certain caused by the death of B. F. Hudson. of their skill and energies to invent- Saturday night at 10 o'clock, of heart the only candidate for this office. period of time to do it. I think the Two better men could not have ing misslls nnd other mean of the failure. Mr. Cummins was widely Miss Mohan's official life began when year 1921 is going to prove the key been selected, than Messrs. Champ t.isewnure in tnt issue we are destruction of life instead of effort known nnd leaves many friends and year for a whole lot of agricultural carrying the he became secretary to Judge S. W. and Stormes. They are foremost advertisement of V. L. of problem. The farmer has been Conller's show horse, Barbec't King, to lengthen life and protect the relatives in that section. She is sur- Hager when he wat State Auditor. Lancaster's most influential and vived yby her husband and four sons, human race against incipient danger made to feel in u dramnstic manner whose service he the served at assistant state businius men and will serve olfering the pub that menace it? Messrs. James, John, Sam and F. F. not only how helpless he I, but how lic for the nominal sum of librarian. Last fall she was chair $15.00. were man of the Democratic. Miss Ma the school with credit and ability. Cummins.f Funeral service Kver lnce Adam and Kve were ex backward hi whole system Is. There This is one of the most There was no contest. beautiful pelled from the Garden of Kden, half held Monday afternoon at 3 o'clock la no intelligent me Shod In it. I horses we have teen in year and is cliul into a sin cursed world it ha and Interment took place In the ceme- han is a native of Danville. am not sure that the year 1020-2bred in the purple ,a a glance at it not the greatest blessing the grow hi pedigree will convince you. He been a struggle of their descendant tery nt Preachersville, Home Coming Day er ever had. It is a bitter sort of has size, style, conformation and to sustain life even by the sacrifice Selling Fox. of life as above indicated and the blessing. During thif year the grow. doe Fairview. A warrant has been issued against every gait perfectly. Thl battle has been continuous as the er may evolve a permanent system handsomely bred Individual is making Judge Stapp is making the way On Sunday, May 22nd., there will Hobert Meadows, charged with tellneminics to their existence have been through' which he will reap more the Coming ing three young fox to Williaip Whit-take- r, Home of the transgressor hard for those be an "All-Da- y ivaton nt Mr. Cordicr'f, one mile lurking everywhere. benefit in one year than he lost In frojn Stanford on the which is a violation of the fish Crab Orchard The tare only seem to flourish, the who are violating the liquor law of Service" nt the Fairview church. five years." pike. Phone 117 for any Informa rigorous cold, the torrid heat, or the the ttate by bootlegging. Chester The Sunday School will meet at 10 and game laws of the state. The Lima, Sand, Portland Ctmtnt, tlon you may desire. want of moisture does not effect and Kennedy Sparks, charged with o'clock after which the morning ser- warrant wa Issued by Messrs. GenCommon and Pressed Brick. them. They confront man at every the illegal selling o( liquor, were be- vice will be given to the study of try and Young, of Lincoln county, Cress Sells Hudson & Farnau. turn to remind him that he shall fore Judge Stapp last Monday and "Church Membership and What It district and ttate game wardens. exist only by the sweat of hi brow. are now lanqulshing in Jail in de- Means," and the revising of the The young animal were taken by Mr. J. M. Cress told n few day church roll. If you want to be a the officer and will be sent to the Surely a Beneficient Being who re fault of bail. W .C. T. U. "go, part of the saiuililge and Wll viewed each period Tommie Adams, Shirley Perkins, member of the Fairview church, be game warden at Frankfort. of Hit Creation Tho Union will meet at 3 o'clock, Ham farm, located on the Lancas Burdette, to whom there for this service. and Herbert While the game wardens were InSaturday at Mr. J. II. Klnnaird'a. ter and Danville pike, about three and pronounced it good it not re- - the liquor was told, were charged Bro. E. B. Bourland, of Lancaster, vestigating the fox telling, they sponsible for these condition. Mrs. Henry Moore, Superintendmile from Danville, to hit brother, clnc, that ONLY AN ENEMY COULD HAVE with transporting liquor and waived will deliver the message in the after- captured a twenty-foo- t ent of Mother' department will have Judge W. It. Cress, of Monticello, DONE their examining trial and gave bond noon sen'ice. The public it cordial- had no license tag and confiscated THIS. J. W. M. charge of the meeting. She ex- The farm contain about 72 acres for their 'appearance before the next ly invited, nnd especially are all old it. The seine was in the possession tend a cordial Invitation to all and the price paid was private. Crmo Dairy Fatd'wlll make your grand jury, members, moved Into other communi- of Donaldson Jones, Sherman bay, mothers, especially young mothers. Judge Crest and hi ton, Herbert, cow gl Hers mora milk. and The liquor was moonshine and was ties urged to be with ut for the day. S. Itogvrt and M. F. Boss. We went It it not intended for the member will locate In Danville after January MuU Ground Barley, Middling being conveyed in rubber hot water Come. Cha. B. Holder- ,- unable to find who claimed the own1st., for the practice of law. alone, but all are Included. and Mlxad FaaJ. Hudson Farnau. bottles. Miaister. ership of the teine. well-know- n 1 s, o, s, LADY WALNUT HILL (FORTUNES WERE MAKES RECORD VENEZUELANS AT R. L. PREWITT TOBACCO MEN Champion Hen Of The LOST BY A .NOSE As Crack Shot In Police SHRINE OF CLAY Given 21 Years In The Snpiro Pwn For G row-er- a World, Dies On One Man Saw $41,000 Special Mission Deco Department. Prison Kentucky Will Nest. Of Vanish When Behave Straight, fast revolver shooting is rates Great CommonSlayer Of Judfe S. K. Balrd At to be one of the moit important Sh.lbysvllL, Will Ask For Lexington, Ky., Lady Be Put Into Walnut Yourself Thrust features In the department of the er's Grave With Hill, world' champion White LegNasi Trial. Detroit police. Operation. horn hen at the College of AgriculIt Out. Oarrard county has a boy on the HugeJVreath. For Of Opportunity! Tickets For Eye-Docto- L, 1 1 er d r, Historic Won't 'ta Tell Hyattsville er Bryantsville. n one-hal- Candidate For Circuit Clerk of Trustees. HORSE Dead. Barbee's - pros-pcro- us 1 1 Bootleggers Captured. At Charged With Young Farm. FJ. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday, May 12, 92 1 I In a new size package NOVEL AND SATISFACTORY PLAN BETWEEN LANDLORD AND TENANT' 111 10,000 w HENS Is., AND ROOSTERS .s IsTRSKEJ mACJ6ARETTE Phone your Poul- try now, as rne market is sure 5f to go lower. aiVi ..Sell WE ALSO BUY EGGS. us vvc want your business. 4 10 for 10 cts smokers prefer MANYThey'll find that this compact package of ten Lucky Strike Cigarettes will just suit them. Fixed Wagts Plus a Share In Profits Give U'rrpsrr.1 by U.f failed States ivrsrt mnt of Asr uttjiri i umik ine siime interest ill my worK as u teimiit hk 1 take In my own farm I begun work without dollar and with xry little knowledge nf farming--, hut while I was mi the farm I lettrtH-I had II km1 deNl. atHie opportHHttt to study the iKiueipto coiilroiHng erup growth, soil IIHM1IVettWMt. tek etc. The inspiration I received was valuable Indeed, nud dHr-Inwy period nf service I earned enough mnney to tmy the mhhII farm . 11 Zeit to Farm Work. Harilslii Ice. & f rota COMPANY. It. L. II AG AN, MRr. STANFORD ST., LANCASTER, KY. g I ft I I I I I isfactory iirrancemeuts betwen the of n fanu, ami jet. In this cae, there was nothlHS eleemosynary In the nrrmicctucnt. W. B. DICKERS0N W. 0. RIGNEY Tested by Flftten Years' Trial. The uinn who made the statement quoted above was for a number of years the munacer of one of two hoe farms owned by n man In Illinois, nnd the plan under which he was encnaed as farm innnnccr has bei-followed by the owner with al most uiifnlllns success for mom than fifteen jenrs. llrletly, the jilan was Rcsidenre I'hone 3.1 Office Phone 18. nothing more or less than strnlsht annual salary which Included tenant g house und the usual garden and xml-tr- y perquisite, nnd, as n Imiiuh, n share of the net profits. s plan has senrnl to The stlmulnte the efforts of the employes ! Raleigh's Orcat WorK nnd has creatly lessened the superviThs Woman's Way. sion neccsxnry on the part of the H. O. Wells wasn't the first to write If the shoe fits, get a slzu smaller. owner. Ily the use of the telephone t world history of his own conception. ' Cartoons Magazine. him by nnd occasions! visits he Is utile to keep Sir Walter Itatelgh Itnlelgt.'a Of the Family of Smiths. In touch with the farm problems ami several hundred years. j Tlie roan who spells his name with to "History of the World" was a volumieffectively with the man Is not the nous and palnstakln; work, showing a "y" nnd a final ncer. Since the owner wns fanning mlth that many suppose; tho himself It wns Important that the msn- evidences of profound scholarship and researcli. It was conipofod while he , name was originally spelled In this nsement of his oilier two farms tnfce Gold nnd stiver smiths, of as little of his time as pisblf Thus wan a prisoner In the Tower of Lon- manner. don, and It was ono of tin .irvels of course, weru men who worked In fur the mun.-icerhnve Imii sdecte uch cir- thes. metals; brownsmlth was n man from the men employed on the liome the time that a man. grvcnsmlth cumstances, and so f:n fnnn, which servos ns n training mil from who worked In bronze; a The word nnmo 'wivo been worked In lead. sources of research, coo.-scliool. Is thought to bo derived from able to undertake nnd i. irv through How Net Income Is Determined. nnllimlth. such a task. The iiiauacern are clven a regular monthly uiiko and n bonus contliis d of of the net funn lneiH In determliilne the net Income .1 cent Interest on the valuation of th property Is tlrst taken out, ns tine return for cnpltul, after which all OF 51 WE HAVE are deducted, such ns for thrskhlne, the manager's wage, extra labor, muchlnery repairs, dcprcclntlou, and the rost of fertilizers and seeds, Kuch of the two uuinaceil furuis has til AGO, a house for the manager, who also inn use the work horses to drive for personal use, has garden, and a cow or :o two for supplying the fuinlly with milk DOLLAR and butter. Fifty chickens lire furINTO ) nished, and tho family Is permitted to ruUu us many as possible to supply the needs of the funu tuhle, but on December 1 nil the chickens nbotu the original number must be sold, and the landYou remember those days of five year ago owner nnd oeeuntit acres, formerly received $,K1 er month nml wns Itu r.....l l.. IT, Manager Well Paid. When the fact Is taken Into cotild crathm tlmt the managers employed 10 20 for 20 cts. under I hi system ntv jinivW.il with hou.es In wlrieh to live and are ghcit the privilege of mMhg their home mil pile of vegetable, milk. uiliry nnd ege. It will be seen tlmt their liccei-sarextefies are Inconsiderable, and It ww be com .sled that they are well Wtd for their services. In view of the fart tlmt they Iwve no IntcstincHt Mnk. I Charge Them Off. If He Could Murderer Held Accountable. 011 nhleh I limv lite." The length of time which the bh-i- i The man who has n wife and two Tho commandment "Tbou shalt not! This estmct f rum n stHteweut tmile oh the farms show tlmt lhl , has nn application not generally or three daughters Is lucky If ho ran by kill" former farm teimiit employe.-- iiii'IImxI of cmdoitneut mint have .ceii recognized. It Is this, that moral re--1 pet himself Judged by their clothes. now a farm owner, reviews n reluttoii-shisatisfactory both to cmptojee rimI eponsibltlty forbids one to kill time, j iH'twet'ii owner nnd tennnt landlord In lhee rnscs. It should I The Mark Shows. t liinny tenous 011 IhiIIi sldei of polnliil out. however, that the teimnt "You can often mend broken dishes the Idea of Canal Is Old. sltustiou twiy well should have absolute couHdcnce In hl The project of a canal ncross the and broken friendships riiend 'era envy. There Is Nislbly no subjei t landlord before lie would be JuMltlitl pretty good." mild n wle woman : "but conuecteil with the Isthmus of Panama Is about four hun of fiinn-In- c In wiirklng under thU system. dred years old. Ilalbon and other j they're- never Just the same aenln which leads to as nmny iHlsuitder place when the hrenk wns Is suro stamllnpt, dlsiitlsfartloiis and niutUMl Spanish explorers urged such construc- the tion before the emperor of Spain, and to show. Anybody that cares ns much loses ns the iiuinaeetiient (if a farm by TOMATOES ARE BEST made surreys In search of a feasible for chlny and friendship as I do. will u nonowner. Somebody has Mild tlmt IF RIGHTLY PRUNED be careful In handlln' both of 'cm." liolhlnc short of application line as early as 1523. of the pildrn rule would eer brlHK about sat I Try them dealers now carrj; both sizes: 10 for cts; t It's Toasted I t, y ir Cleaning Up Orchard Will Prevent Field Mice Injury. Kield mice which frequently Injure ouhk trees nn.l even lose several years old by fsnawtnt; them Hear (he Krourtd may Ite elimated far the by eleaN culture in ami ubut the tree, aceordinv; to .petalU in 1 rl will destroy Cleaning up the these runways and esp e the mice to their natural enemies meh as hawks and oivtr. A nether war clou il itas beisa ro ported in the llalkant, but we have feruetten He count. ! 11 Kn-H- tlt 11 funii-bimllor- you Aa4 a ImsImimI and e think exictly alike It hi very nsldent that one 4mw the thsakiBc wIm Wbn the Hert4culturnl Department of the College of Aicreulturc. It is apimrent that 11 r. Mnrttsail These mice make their natural hone in runways Has no intention of runi.ini; for viee under oli- - malted trrass and among president stain. lie suuKesU that weeds and rubbish alun fence rows. Amtrco be populated by AmertcaM. far both. I Fruit Is Larger, Cleaner and Su. perior in Flavor. W. 0. RIGNEV & CO. Crown In Home Garden Staking and Pruning Require Little Troubls and Will Fully Repay Trouble, Say Specialists. (Prepared by the rnttd Ktatrs tVpsrt-mn- t of Aarlcultutei A thrifty tomato plant left to Itself will spread oer a space from 4 to H fcyt In diameter and will produce a or more of tomatoes. If staked and pruned It will yield about tho same quantity of fruit, the tomato.- will le larcer, cleaner, better flavored, and iiipvrlor In every and enouch spuce can Ix conserved to ac romiiHMtute Ave other plants mrttl for jx-c- k Deposit Here & Save Your Money WelStrive to Serve. CAPITAL $50,000.00 SURPLUS i Funeral Directors und Embalmers Lancaster, - $60,000.00 BANK. Kentucky. P iiniflt-slitirln- anti-date- V boro-bast- lo 1 ' s 1 un-V- r -ii Na-smi- th one-thir- r simitar manner say cunleu sn rlallsu of the United States Impart-nieti- t of Acrlculture. The stakes! ami pruned plants ntv eunlly sprayed, and will continue to produce fruit later In the fall than Hants which are allowed to spread naturally As a rule, also, the pruned toiiMtis will mature ear- Her. On the scale 011 which tomatoes are crown In the home carden, sink- Inc and pnmlni; reipilre tittle truubl and will fully reirny the effort. When the plnnts begin making a vigorous growth, shoots will appear In the little poikots whero each leaf Joins the stem. IJitir the blossoms appear on the opihoslto side of the stem. In pruning the plant, remote all these side shoots nnd those around the base of the plant, being careful not to disturb the blossom clusters. The shoots, In u ) , CITIZENS Corner NATIONAL LANCASTER, KY ' PublicSiunrc ntitlDnmille Street , Their Method. "In tho days of the enfe man," reInmarked the man oil the cnr. "the clrlo to politics because he'd want to lenvo won) their hair loose down tho back? fmlltlcs poorer than when be entered so they would I easy to catch." To-- . It and ho couldn't find anybody to give Icdo lllade Poorer Without IL Jud Tunklns says he never went Couldn't Be him credit. PUT THE POWER BACK sometimes called suckers, should be pinched off shortly uflor they appear. The main stem can be curried to the Advice. We hand this out nnd no prlco And know that you'll forsake It. Cor you must charge for your advice If you want folks to take It. Arkansas Thomas Cot. sk ' ' Adding to the Dictionary. New words appear now and then. real estate ngenr Is now The o a "realtor," and the undertaker Is a "mortician." The other day a hobo came Into get a dime and said he tens a leliurlsu And so It goes. old-tlm- a one-tlin- J - FIVE YEARS en blossom clusters, on which the fmtt Is developing, should lie set on the stem. Earned Capitalf ls Best. In invudtlirntini; 11 YOUR VV00DL0T LIKE BANK rhould be treated an tho principal In a savings bank. The annual growth of wood corresponds to compound Interest. When you cut out mnr than tint etihuleiit of the growth, you ore drawing upon your principal. A woodlot the financial stamliiiK of a man ys just untcriiiK btisiiiend the mercantile riKcncics when your dollar looked like n big round cart wheel and it bought you plenty. Well those days are practically restored to you as far as we are concerned. We have made the most staggering price reductions on everything in our store and everybody is I I I!! o: a winner except ourselves. We want your business and we have gone the limit to get it. Now then if you want to save! money here's the place to come. We will pay you the highest market price for your produce and sell to you at the lowest price. We sell for cash. I I Becker & Ballard I (!) I I PHONE 27. BRYANTSVILLE, KENTUCKY. CI Is-- ; Tho Ibe receipts, purpose of this limit on chickens Is to euabli! the malinger to hnve Ills own IKiultry supply without taking undu.i liihiiutngu of Ids opportunity. In order to calculate the amount of money which the uinnager Is to re- celve on this plan It Is ucccsury to do n certain umount of I ok keeping. This Is left to the owner, who keeps a set of farm uccounts, und on March 1 a complete Inventory Is taken and a yearly summary of the farm business Is completed. In eases of disease, MMir crops, or 11 Kirtisl failure which Is unavoidable, thus cutting down the Income of the manager, the owner makes some allow mice und gives the malinger, In addition to tho wages he has received, what he thinks Is due lilm for the work lie has done, und the re sNilis!hlllly he has assumed. In the icriod before war Inflation the malingers mude from ?ll to 710 per iiioii'Ii the year round, In nddltlon to having their rent, garden, milk, but. ter and eggs. The manager of tho Kmnller farm, comprising Wl acres, received .'1T a mouth itnitght wages for four years up to 1P1K. and his l.'mus averaged fl'S a The manager eoiipriltig Us) of the other fun lord gets one-hal- f try to find out whether he has enrned and snved hia own capital, or whether it wa Inherited. All business people know SL0 Qp GREAT IMPORTANCE that a man who ha.s Never Discarded When Properly, Built and Filled With Corn at the Right Stage. No alio which was proerly built and llllnl with corn lit the right stage discarded. of tnnturlty has ever .Wither Is then' any fanner who has had a alio on his farm and used Its succulent, nutritious feed that Is will. Int to do wllhoiil one. taken years to save his own capital has, during that time, formed habits of thrift and lonrnctf lessons in economy that will help hint greatly to succeed whero lsu (I the man whosu capital "came easy" would fall. There are many more reasons for saving than tho more CHEAP SEEDSARE EXPENSIVE Success of Qarden May Be Jcouardlred by Unwisely Trying to Save on This Item. Cheap garden eeds an- - likely to prove at any price. The cost of good seeds Is relatively small and the success of the garden may I jeopardized by unwisely trying to mv on Mils lleui. u fiw amount of money to be accumulated. Have you started saving yet? epen.e s The Garrard IBank & Trust Go ' j 1 LANCASTER, KY. "ir. 11 The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, May 12 92 1 1 . ROOT AND SALAD City Ordinance. An ordinance levying nnd prevkl-Ini- MT. HEBRON r ! ! 12.25 GALLBM is our price for a STRICTLY PURE, GUARANTEED LEAD AND OIL PAINT" Let us tell you about It. MoRoberts Drug Store BRYANTSVILLE Mr. Itnhcrt Edwards ha been on the sick Hit. Mr. and Mr. M. 0. Kennedy were jjumU of friend In Danville Friday. Mrs. J. Hogan llallard was the last week of relatives in N'lcho-laivllle. Mosr. II. H. llalcomli, and W. J. Mr. Kin Mom. llreadus, were in Danville Friday on bustno. lire. A. I. and little daughter of Danville, were guest Sunday of Mr, nnd Mr. M, O. Kennedy. Itev. Ilohon, of Danville, delivered a very Interesting srrmon here Monday evening, assisted by Kev. Stroth- er, of Danville. Mr. and Mr. Harry Edward and children and Mr. It. K. Swope were guests Sunday afternoon of Mr. and preah Sudnay morning at at the Mr. M. K. Mr. nnd Mr. II. II. Hnlcomb and Ilflle llalcomli were the guet Joetw, of Wllmore, will Mary Thursday of Mr. Will llnlromh ami 1 1 o'cleek Sal-unla- church. returned I.wdle llruner H tay with home after n two week' refcilrvo in Mlddlesboro: Mr. and Mr. A. H. Swepe and ehiMrwn, were Sudany gueta f Mr. ami Mr. J. D. Christopher. Dr. and Mr. M. M. Allen of Danville were the gueeU Sunday of Mr. and Mr. 4V. II. Cunningham. Cow peas. Sojr Dram, Tennessee Millet, Krd Top, Orange nd Amber Cane Seed. lluJton and Farnau. Mr Allie Mae Edward and Mr. Calvin llruner attended the show in N.rheriasvtlle last Thunday evening Mr. and Mr, K.bert Hutchison family of llurgln. Mr. Will Iloner returned heme day stay In after HUM where he attended Sunday' meeting. Mr. Fannie llymnt ho returned borne after two weeks Ui with her grand daughter. Mr. II. II. Mont gomery. of Paint Itck. Mr. and Mr. Cortney IttibvrU terUtined the following to dinner Sunday. Itev. and Mr. (See. S. CM ant and family, of Wilmorr, Kev and Mr Vamlepool. Mr and Mr. Itoberi Itankin and little son. of Myrtle and lona Hubble, Mine Campbell, Koy C ampbell and Jake llur"Ic FREE DELIVERY OF Groceries any place within city limits. Phone 46, or call and see us. We will be glad to take care of your wants. collectien IN FAVOR 1021,for the vnlerum onfor the year nil property an ad subject to taxation in the city of Lancaster and n pell tax en each Can Be Cultivated With Hand male inhabitant over 21 year ef ago nnd npprotienint; all ether estiTools and Take Up Comparamated revnue. tively Small Space. The City Ceunttl of the city ef Lancaster, Ky., de ordain a fellows: Section 1 That there be and FRESH THINGS ALL SUMMER there i hereby levied for the year 1921, upon each one hundred dollars of nil the nfieeied and riMesviMc Specialists Guagtst That Planting property, real, personal and mixed, Dt Mad a Wetk or S Apart to tangible and Intangible, of every Obtain 8uccetlon of Variout kind nnd description liable fer taxKind of Vegetable. Ky., ation In the city of (llrparH l.r th t'nllxl Mat Depart-ItMf- nn ndvalorum tax of seventy-fiv- e ef Agriculture) Where Kartell mni in llmlteil plant cent for the several purpose nnd root uud nld cruix. .Nn garden, lursf the rnte for the several Item of expenditure apportioned ns follow.: or Ktiiall, M imiHi'tf without but they are imrtkularly uitaptol to SINK INT, KUNI). atiutl hnck-)un- l sniiIiiii. AtiHtic the 1 Twenty-liv- e upon each cent riMit crop aru railihe, I'cct, carrot. parnlp4, wlolfy i r tegetiiblu oyoter, ane hundred dollar worth of property liable for taxation for the purnnd turnip". Subul rrop tuiiiliiou or wild cre. dutidelloti, pose of .providing for the Sinking Co letluif or riHiHiinc. (Iilnev Fund, the revenue arising from which atHl otlicrn. Tbey rnt'ilre little i apportioned n to the items of tln-puce, lMtT)Ue ran be planted In expenditure ns fellows: IS cents en n from III to IS lurbei uhiii, uud each $100.00 of property liable fer cultivated with hand wi. Mail)' iiiiike only oiik planting of tlu'v taxation for the purpose of provicrop, but the cnnlfii of dingthe sum ef $1,800.00 to meet and puy the interest on the bonded the 1'nltitl StHtm l)partweiit of mcirct tbut Muml Jitntlni: Indebtedness of the city which beof thftn l lnmb u wk or w niii. comes due May and August IH21 resIll order to linve a aiHWulon uf pectively; 10 cent upen ench $100 egi'tahle. of property liable fer taxation for IIiiftliUo'K ar one of tl ilrt nml the purpose of providing the sum of iet vitMbl'a that coise from the $100.00 for the ultimate retlempt-.oiraithti In c.rlnj. Th.jr .houlil ! (tMHlifl aa rlj n 4lili. utHHliif uf the bonded Indebtedness of the for MHrkft r xnv iw the twine city and nil revenue over and beyond $2500.00 raised by the xHplv Fiuall nDwwt ball ! plant-ed- , the sum of 1T said levy of tw or three )ilaiittH rent on ench $100.00 nih at t Made with tHrt-t- lf that rim t hit at worth of property liable for taxntion ilWcri'iit shall go to the General Ucvenue Food Value of Oceti. Fund and there is hereby apportionlUitu art one of llw imtt liHwtant ed ratably among the several items cnw for IIh' tMHio- - canlvii. Scitl can of expenditure there-unde- r. ! HhhIiI Juitt n uu a tW mil In In riHMlHIim to work. Wto-t- i the (Jaiitu WAT Kit WOKKS KKVKNUK FUND 10 cent 2nd on each $100.00 rrod oin aniKher In tbe row, thin thrm otic uhen they are )outig. ami worth of property liable for tnxntion Later, when for the purpose of providing for the rook them n. unw deficit in the Wnter Work Hevcnue Fund arising for, the excess of the expenditure for the water work Stem, above the revenue nriing from this levy to the extent of $1000 si all go to the Water Work Kevenuc Fund an. I used in defraying the current expenses of the Water Works S)tem. but nit revenue over nnd be- Mnil $1,000.00 arising from this source hall pas to the General Kevenuc Fund and the same arc hereby apportioned to the account of general claim against the city not other wise provided for. CROPS Pref. ()UI Ilrown spent tltc week end with Mr. It. - Grow. I- Dtyoukrww you can roll it IIh-ii- i. Mrs. Ullie Lane and Mr. J no. Jackson arc very much Improved, Mr. F. W. Montgomery, who hat been ill for several days I some bolter. Mr. ami Mr. W. N. Grow ef Poer Kidge, were visiter Saturday of Mr. and Mrs. W. I Grew. Cow pras, Soy titans, Tennessee-MilletRed Top, Oranrr and Amber Cane Seed. Hudson ft Farnau. Mr. and Mrs. Arber Lee nnd chil dren of Mnrksbury were guest Sun day of Mr. aiVl Mr. Ollie Ijine. Messrs. II. L. Thompson. Dillard rum field and Harrison Dean sold to Mr. V. A. Lear some hogs nt 7 cts. per pound. 11 qtorttttsfor I ono ha Oct from SENUINE Messrs'. W. L. Grow nnd Karnes t Montgomery delivered Inst Thursday to Mr. Henry Kuble seme hogs nt BullDurham TOBACCO e liar-dtfii- 'r .grl-rultur- the cts. per pound. Irvine Duncnn nnd son, returned to their heme in Indianapolis Saturday after it two week'. visit with relatives here. Kev. Manly began services here Monday evening and will etntlnue through the week. Everybody is invited to nttend. Mr nnd Mr. Hnrrison Denn nnd children, were with Mesr. Joe nnd Jee Duncan, near Iluenn Vista the 10 .Mr. latter part of the week. On Saturday night, May 21st., there will be given n play and pic supper nt the ML Hebron school building. The title of the play Is "The Little Clo.l Hopper." Admission to play IS nnd 25 cts. Come girl and bring pies. Come boys nnd buy it pie. Everybody Is invited nnd welcome. l'r vy- T V FOIt EPS, --m. Standard- Shop Phone 69. '.Aii'WLunrj- - til ffTII TX. ma HCCARTHY The PLUMHKK .W'nsi 'i 73 SEii-- X ? Lexington St. I Heating, Roofing Guttering. Elc. Lancaster, Ky. CiKNKItAI. ItEVKNUK FUND Salad Plant Can Often De Crown In a Small Space Whcrt Soma Othtr Crop Ha Been Gathered. they nre about an Inch In diameter, both leaf Memi and )omis tx''t ran Im rooked When the Ixvt are larger tbe become tougb A n mle 1vo planting and woody ulinulil b made, one extrvtnely eurly hiul another In about four week. boCld be plunted Just it litCarrot oon a h, and a tle later than the pi u nt ?. are up they hoilld be t tiliiiuvl. a peond thinning will leave f tbe plant one nnd to two Inrbex apart In the row and give u supply of minll carrots known aa baby carrot, for ue on tbe table. Tbe to of the enrrot cannot Ik ued for Iraf-Me- The Brown Cash Store i !! one-hal- Health In Whit Cedar, Fox Eata Entrapped Foot. Water pall and oilier vinsel maila When caught In n trap by ono of Ita were. Ions feet, a fox baa actually lieen known to of southern whlto cedar held to have a wholesome cnVet on off and swallow tbe entrapped bite tbo contetita because of supposed lToot In order to free medicinal properties of ibo wimm), t.ii j tbo American Foreiiry Mngsxlne. It MaSp-- n oimiM !iil3nttt, oijji uvin w ;o Xipiprnd luuowad waa even believed that water Issuing oijj SutDMU'U 1 Wll ax oa)M0) o from a white rvlar spigot bad It bcnlthfuluesa Increase!. pus pauu.u ox i.iiu3 ou wwii )utuMfund iininun P" l"JO Haw KIm Cam. Of courts It doein't really matter Dttcrlptlon. Hr who Invented kissing but tbo legend girl, whoi of the Grecian ahephcrdc A bright who found fattier was addicted to amateur pho- an opat on ono of tho bill near tography, attended a trial at court the Atheu and, wUblns to sivo it to a other day for tbe flnt titan. Thl waa youus kbvphcnl whoso hand wero tier account of the Judge's charge: let him taka It from her lip The Judge inaile n Ions ileech to tha with hi own, I one of many itorlea Jury of 1'J men, and llien ent theni off which give flrcecu tbo honor of the Into a little dark room to develop." wry first 1 1 w.-f-- to rurnlM und salsify are more In tbe nature of winter crop; that In, they are grown during the ummer and kept for winter ue, A section of row ".V in !trt ftvt long generally will produce all tbe parnnlp or allfy that the average family will want. While It I true thnt too much letture often I planted nt mm tlmn, not enough attention I given to keeping n rontlmmu gni'ii. gron Mipply. In the hotbed or cold frame, or lettuce plant danger of the last frost I past. Flh Things All Year. Ily making u study of the different In n bos In tlie house, can be ptauted In thn'open ground Just u oon as the 3rd Section 1 10 cents upon ench $100.00 worth of property liable for taxation for the purpose of providing for the a General Kevenuc Fund payment of the following item of expenditure: 10 cents upon ench $100.00 of property liable for tax ation for the purpose of lighting the city; 12 M cents upon ench $100.00 worth of property linblc for taxation for the purpose of paying City Officer snlarie;12,i cent upon ench $100.00 worth of property liable for tnxntion for the purpose of building and maintaining street In the City of Lnncastcr; 5 cent upon ench $100 worth of property linblc for taxation for the purpose of paying nil general claim ngninst the city not otherwise provided for. Section 2 That there be nnd there Is hereby levied for the year of 1921 upon every mnle inhabitant of the city of Incnster, Ky., over 21 year of ngc u poll tax of $1.50 for the purpose of repairing nnd maintaining the streets and public highways in the city, the revenue arising from which shall be used for tho said purpose. Section 3 All revenue provide in fines nnd forfeiture Is hereby apportioned to tho Gencrnl Kevenuc Fund of the City, nnd shall be used to pay the expenses nnd liquidate nny claims ngainst the city not herein provided for. meeting last Sunday. They were Lime In barrels. Hudson Si Farnau. pleased with the meeting nnd report Mr. Jas. Turner went to Lexington UuO pupils In S. S. .Monday to' visit hi mother. Mr. Wm. Blanks sustains a much Mr. Wm. Hlnnk sold some stock bruised arm and shoulder, caused frovi a fall a calr while dusthogs to Mr. Curtis at 7 '.4 cent. She not Mr. Ilrown, of ilrynntsvlllc made ing a piece of furniture. us-the injured limb but it Sun- able yet to n talk on the II. Y. P. U. work is better at th's wrtln?. day morning. Mrs. Jesse Sander has returned wil! spend the Miss Ola )noli week end witn Mis Lou Klla Doolln from the Hanville hospital where she was operated on for adanoldes. Alof Ilourne. so had her tonsils removed and a Mr. nnd Mr. Troy Hogg were the growth from her hand, which was guest of Mr. nnd Mr. Stallnrd Hill, caused from constant use of the of Midway Sunday. steering wheel. Mr. Mary Doty will leave next week to visit relatives and friends To SofWn Skins. of the Paint Lick section. There ore two simple way of softMis Kugenla Pollard went to Dan- ening leather and raw klns. Ono la ville last week to take the Walker-Dixo- n to rub In thorough!) int'(ufoot oil. 1 to dissolve three ounces meeting. Shu I tho guest of Tbe other of alum, seven ounce of salt and one Mr. Klin Cecil. f ounces Milenitu In suffiand The friends of Miss Margaret Doty cient hot rain water to saturate tbe are sorry to learn of the serious skin. When cool cuouzli not to scald trouble she ha had from n vaccina-- , the bands wak the tkln In It for 12 hours; wring out and bang up to dry. She is able to renew her ted ami. When dry repent this operation two or studies again. three times until tbe sklu I sufficientMr. and Mrs. K. S. Clark and D. ly soft. f.-o1 one-hal- MARKSHURY S. Swope attended the Walker-Dixo- n BARGAINS AT HOME Why leave your home town to find bargains when we will give you as much for your dollar as you can tret elsewhere, because money looks just as Trade Kood to us as it does to the other fellow. with your friends. Watch this ad each week and you will find that we mean what we say. kl. POPULAR EXCURSION CINCINNATI SUNDAY, MAY 15th, 1921 SoinriERN Railway SymM ROUND TRIP FARE $2.35 IMXldES FkOM DANVILLE Special Train Danville 6i00 A. M. Rtturnlnf Special Train Leaves Cincinnati 6il0 I. M. (Ctstftl Tlaa) OiUiUJ lafMBU upoa sppliotwa la A(al Utt WAK TAX kind of salad crop offered In seed catalogues one nut eully have n supply from tbe earliest kpringtlnio until (he lato nutumii, and even into the winter. Woter cresa, for Initanre, Is grown commercially In pond or prlhg-fcitream In ec tlen where tbe water naturally contains lurge amount of lime. Ily Miming water ere from teed conn In a box In the bouse or by getting a bunch of crr In the market and using the. stems for plant. It I easy to grow n bed of water ere without the old of n stream or xnd. Chlckory, or cudUe, Ik ono of the finest uf the winter alad. The root are rowii during the summer, and then dug In tbe fall and parked In the cellar In boxe of moist sand, the root, belns placed rather close together In the bos with the crown or. tops near tht kurface. A covering of straw It plcei over the bos, and tbe soli around tho root kept moderately waTivdi, young leave will be tered. funned beneath the straw, and a tbey are grown lu comparative darkness, these art white, crisp and tender. ! Section i All other revenues of the City,- - including license and back tax collected from nil sources nnd all revenues, from nil other sources except those arising from the Wnter Work System nre hereby npportion- cd to the Gencrnl Kevenuc Fund, and shall bo used to pay nil general claims ngainst the city not otherwise provided for. Section G All revenues arising hum tho Wnter Work Syttem is hereby apportioned to tho Wuter Works Kcvcnue Fund nnd shall be used In paying thy expenses of maintaining and repairing the Water Works System. Section 0 This ordinance shall take etfect from nnd after Its pass age, approved and publication a required by law. J. M. DUNCAN, Mayor, Patsy Anderson, Clerk. Attest: There Is a time and a place for all things, but we suspect that too frequently they are In hiding. 1200 pairs Star brand Shoes for men, women and children. Prices reduced from 40 to 50 per cent. Men,s $12.50 Dress Shoes and Oxfords, now, $6.25 Men's $5.00 Outing Shoes, now $3.00 Men's $6.25 Heavy Work Shoes, $3.50 Men's $8.00 Drss Shoes, now $4.00 Ladies' $12.50 Dress Shoes, now.$6.25 Ladies' $9.00 Oxfords, now, $5.00 All others reduced accordingly. Come nnd jret them. j Noah Marsee, Jr. General Merchandise Bryantsville, Ky. 3 The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday, May 12, 92 1 1 I I 4 FIR GRADUATING CLASS-CONSI- DER ( ( With every "NEEDLE MOLDED" SUIT, OR COAT AND TROUSERS, THE nati, authorizes us to maks this ofler. An EXTRA PAIR of TROUSERS COSTS of the suit. You may select the extra pair of trousers from same goods as suit, Get your order in ten days before the date when you will need your suit. Dressed in a GLOBE SUIT you will feel and note the marked difference in An Extra Pair Of Trousers ordinary and Finely Tailored Clothes. The Old Ones PRIZED RELIC Are The Best. Churn Which Belonged A man committed suicide because of n melancholy conviction that he To Washington's Wife was hi r. GLOBE TAILORING COMPANY, of Cincinyou NOTHING and doubles the life and service or from any other pattern of same range. A FINE SERGE SUIT AND PAIR EXTRA STRIPED TROUSERS FREE 2 SUITS IN 1 ( Lancaster, LOYD ANDERSON BROS. Mr. and Mrs. Kentucky. d -- Sunday. Trstrd Seed Corn. Early Yellow Mr. S. X. Sanders visited Mr. and Dent, Kelly Corn, Johnson County Mrs. William Kay recently. Hudson &. Farnau. While. Mr. ami Mr. Bally Kay spent Mon.Mr. and .Mrs. William S. Ray enter-tnine- d day with Mr. anil .Mrs. J. D. Itny. Mr. S. X. Sander and daugh Mr. Hill Simpson spent the day son, Nancy and James, nnd Sunday with her sister, Mrs. l I ter and Mrs. Harris Teater and son, William Matthew. Meade recently. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Sebaitlnn visited Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Kurchvll Smell but Don't Taste. Sunday. Myrall or vlolctwood of Australia, Mr. Ollie Black and baby spent tho product of two species of Aencla. Sunday with .Mr. anil Mrs. Itufus has tho delightful scent of violet U. Ray J. WOLF TRAIL Lime In barrrlt. HuJio.i & da) evening. Mr. and Mrs. Mor Kay ami son. Farnau, with Mr and the week-en- which becomes very pronounced when Mrs. Bally H.iy and family wore being worked. says the American Forestry Magazine. If one wishes guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Bur-ch- tain a high opinion of thts woodtoIt reIs Sunday. wall not to tnsto IL Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Sutton and family were visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Tuberculosis and Stomach, Tuberculosis rarely attacks tbt J. D. Itny Sunday. stomach, and the reason for this Is exMisses Alice and Lydia Mac Ray, plained by Dr. Wllhclm Itactzner of visited Mr. and Mrs. Buford Smith Hcrlln In describing one case In Her-linKllnlsche Wofehcnschrtft. II near Judson recently. ays the gnstrlc Juice, aided by the acMr. and Mrs. Jess Hay and sons, tive movements of tho stomach, kilt of Lancaster, and Mr. and Mrs. Mar- tho germs of tuberculosis beforo they shal Ray were among the guests of Set n chance to take hold. Adam. el er own grand-fatheHere is the note he left behind: I married a widow vlh a grownup daughter. My fathei visited our house, very often, fell In love with my and 'narricd her; so my father became m;' son In law my mother, nnd my because she was my father's wife. After my wife had a sen he wn my father's brother in 'aw, and my uncle, for he was the brother of my my father' wife, I. e., my also had a ton. He was, ef course, my brother, and at the same time my grandchild, for he was the son ef my daughter. My wife was my grandmother because she was my mother's mother. 1 was my wife's husband and grand child at the jamo time and as the husband of one's grnnd.-iothe- r is his grandfather, I was my own grand father. step-daught- er step-daughtstep-mothe- r, step-daught- Owned In Lebanon, Kentucky. A churn Mrs. Klijah .McMillan was a visi Mr. Allen Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Moberiey visittor on I'oor Kidgc Fri.lay. Mkx Jessie II. Kay and Blmer Kay ed Mr. and Mrs. Frod llennrd Sotur-da- y night and Sunday. spent the weekend In Madden. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Mokeriye ami Mrs. Clarenee McCulley was with laughter were week-en- d vMtors ef Mrs. Minnie MrCuUey Monday. A Tatr. Removing, Paint From Wood. To rid room of bad odor give It coat of paint or varnish. If a dead rat or mouse causes tho trouble tha odor will last until the little creature Is entirely dried up. I.yo will take off paint but woutd Injure tho wood for applying paint to later. Use a paint remover bought at a paint shop. Housewife. the call of the times vith a you arc ready to replace your old, worn-ou- t tires with new ones, Diamond answers all tire users. Just when Here is welcome news for Iteferrlng to Om reeriii statement of a scientist that the (iunleu nf IMen was located In Ohio, w are reminded of tho Scotch lain! who ild a famous linger that Gaelic was the language of Adam. The singer afterward spoko laughingly of the claim to another Scotchman, who remarked In all rlousness, "The laird was quite rlcht. Dlnna yo ken tlmt the Garden of Klen was In Scotland T Dlnna ye ken that BosAdam's name wns JIcl'liernonT" ton Transcript. Mors Light en the Adam Family. Generous & Svieewng Reduction, in. Prices OUR FAR-FAME- D Diamond these splendid nozo available SIZE CORD of all KENTUCKY DERBY Men and Women of Renown From All Parts of tht World Com to Louisville to Witness tht Running of This Historic Race. different families from generation to who was generation. .Mrs. Miss ilernetta Wilson, daughter ef T. O. Wilon of Washington county, was the youngest girl in her family. grand Mrs. Launnum's great-grea- t mother wns a sister of the immortal Washington. The churn, which has been eare-- l fully cared for and is as highly prized ns if it were of sold. f la u fine state of preservation and is at geod ns in the days when Mrs. Washington owned it. Several times In tne past persons have tried to securo it for exhibition purpose, but Mrs. Ijtnnum has never been willing t.. let It leave the family. It was giten to Mrs. Lannum's grandmother en tho occasion of a visit to Virginia. The journey to Virginia wit made In a covered wagon drawn by cattle. On the return trip to Kentucky one of the team driv-tto tho wagon was a cow which was milked on the road. The churn wns used in providing butter far the party. Seme Moo of the time required to make the journey home may be had when it is stated that in addition to attending ts her many dutlos such as cooking, washing etc., Mrs. Lannum's grandmother, who wns a Miss Tomlln, found time to knit nineteen pairs of seeks. Lebanon Enterprise. to the wife street fair at Lancaster Saturday. of Oeorgc WaeMngten ts owned by spent KrMoy Mr. Pewoll Dalley n desoemsaNt ttvtarg in Marion countafternoon with Mrs. Homer Kay. yti Mr. Huirh Jloberley reeently It k n priso.1 hoiiieem at the heme a Ford car form Mr. N'eiiHM of I!. X. I annum, wc1 known farmer living in the country a few miles east Warren. the fdeowiHt Mrs. Abe IHirton of town. of Mrs. Cari Mooertr SunThe churn, it ersHnarv two twill tMt jar, is easily trn ruble to the day. family of Use Father of the Republic. Mis llernke Teater wns a gueJt It was brought te Kentucky by of Mrs. Hug Meborloy Wenncilay grand- rtlgM. .Mr. Ijinnunt s wife s great mother upon her return from a visit the afterMrs. Hunter Davis u to the Washington in Virginia, ami noon gutwt of Mrs. A Hon Toaler Friwas afterward handed down to the day. fW-ehate-- that belonged number from here atended the Use i tatter' narnnta. 'and Kohrrtu Jostie Kay, 1!m4c Teater, Kay m4 a drUghtful visit with Mrs. James Samiers last .Msmw gut wt day night and Sunday. Meesrs. Allen Teater. Mee Kay, KMjah MeMiltian ami Wilbert Dalley delivered a Ituneh of host Wednes4ay to Mr. Klrby Teater for 7 eta. per Mr. and Mrs. Jse Kay and children pound. visited friends at Tootorivtlle SunMr. and Mrs. James tand delightday. fully entertained Friday Mr. and Mrs. Mr. ami Mrs. Hiram Land were Harmon Irvine Simpson, Meedames the Sunday visiters of relatives near and Drew Davi, Miste Jewel Hope Kirksville. ami Opel Davis ami Master Obrn Mr. and Mrs. WHbert DaMoy were Davis. dinner guests Friday of Mr. ami Mr. John Dalley. So far thU season we have heard Mr. ami Mrs. Allle Reynolds en- no great masculine objection to the ' in skirts. tertained a number ef friends Sun- - recent J weok. Mrs. Moso Kay and daughter and Mrs. Ottls StoU MHi Waby ifeNt the day Friday with Meadamtm Andrew Stoiis adn Kuniee Carman. Mr. ami Mrs. Kefart Sowers and Mr. John M. Murphy were Oh guosla af Mr. ami Mrs. John Dalley Satur- re REPORT OF THT. CONDITION Of Th. 2SAH. CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK No. OF I.ANCASTKR, KKN'TL'CKV, AT TUB CLOSF. OF nUSINCSS ON APRIL 2ft. 1921. KKSOUKCBS Loans and dlsoeunts. Including rediscounts (except those shown In b ami c) Notes nnd bills rediscountetl with Federal Reserve ?SSlt!7.8 llnnk (other than bank acceptances sold) 111,101.70 l870.8M.gB 30.8 Overdrafts, icourel, none; unsecured, JM.S3. Deposited to secure circulation (U. S. bends nar value) All other Unitod Status OovvrnmoMt SoeurtUos. Other bends, stock, securities, etc. Hanking Home, Furniture nnd fixture Cash In vault S0.00Q.0O ll.UC.iO 7.MQ.Q0 61,110.00 3,300.00 3,3a8,l!0 CABINET MEMBERS AMONG tires are at iheJcUowing prices: hieh-milea- p THOSE IN ATTENDANCE THIS YEAR Few nf us nutlte Kcntutkiaiis nt-Ixo- , perhapi, what u truly luuKiiillceiit world ctent thu Kentucky Durby has cuuie to lie. Year by jtar, It has grown steadily In popularity, until tiuw It tup all other nportlng event on thu eulendur; thereby advertlstug I ho state as mil-- I loin of dollar' worth of space In tho public prints could not ioslbly do, beside attracting periodically hosts of peopla who spend their money freely und greatly benefiting un imluNtry of vast Importunrv to Kenturky In partlo ular tlio breeding of the thoroughbred bcirxj. The list nf personage who cheered the winner of tho lie I Kentucky Derby would xt retch out far beyond thu llm Itatlomt of thts llttl article. .Suitlto to say that It Included Miverul mem-borof President Harding's cabinet; distinguished visitors from abroad and tin nn rial and ciiuiincrrlal gltitl from all purts of the county; some of Uie latter tho owners of horse that start--- i In the Derby aud heavy ln o tors In a tUlhtC v IttDTUDtS CHAT Tl'EEJ Uiahtn o Whtn It Falls. lawful reserve with Federal Reserve Hawk It Isn't true that men will do any- Net amounts due from national banks . thing for money. Some won't worl Net amounts duo from banks, bankers, ami trust companies in the Unitod Hiatns (oUHir tfcan for 1L I'ltUburgli Gazette-TimeIncluded In Items, t. 10. or 11) Total of Items 'J, 10, 11, 41,141,11 II, and 14 Ctmtnt Must De Heated. It It often convenient to havo a co- Checks on banks (oeated ouuUle of city er town of reporting bank nnd other Items.......... ntent that will resist considerable Hero li the reclpu for a Redemption fund with U. S. Treasurer and due from U. S. Treasurer good cement: Take fifty parts of sulphur, one part of Other ntsuU If any, suspended credits natn and ono part of tallow. Take TOTAL these Ingredients together and add tine 1.IAII1I.IT1HS. powdered glass to form a paste. This cement must to heated before being Capital stock paid in used. Surplus Fund ... U.SfiO.OO .. 27,407.10 1.160.2J l, v 280.0(5 'W'.'G.K" ........... .......... ........... 2.300.00 728.80 If M.l IC.CS 303 3e3 32x3'--i 33x4 3442 14.00 25.85 16.60 34.15 21.00 44.75 29.40 51.55 30.80 2.75 3.20 3.40 4.25 5.50 . 2.25 2.65 3.00 3.85 4.90 'reserving Milk. d Is milk conikuced? Milk Is by the evnMiratlon of the water! It contnlns, after It has ets sterllUeL Sugar Is added to soma brands, and Is not added to otlient, and tho unswcuteiicd Is known as "evaporated" milk to distinguish It from the sweetened. Copper tanks holding l.UXi gallons or more uro used In tho sterilization of the milk, and the water Is evaporated In huge vacuum puns. Undivided profits ........... 50,000.00 00,000.00 I M7-I.7- Lets currant oxpensos, inturost ami taxes pnhl.. Circulating notes outstanding Net amounts due to national banks Certified checks outstanding Individual deposit subject to check. . Total of demand deposits (other than bank de posits) subject to Revenue 27, 28, 20, 10, !i I. am! 32 Certillcutes of deposit (other than for money borrowed) Dills payable, other than with Federal Reserve Hank (Including all obligations representing money borrowed other than rediscounts) .. ............... ......... 47,700.00 1.131.01 .......... ... i:i.;ii art6.S2H.il tH,'mjM 24,300.00 45,000.00 ............... ... Now is the time to invest in Diamonds cAhron, Ohio THE DIAMOND RUBBER COMPANY, INC Only Ont Tttt of Worth-No- t TOTAI S0Q,14i).08 what we have, or know, or even Statn nf Krntnrkv. Pniinlv nt Car,..,! what wo do, but wlint wo are that I L. 0. Davidson, Cashier of tho above named bank, do solemnly determines our worth. Grunt universi- swear that the above statement Is true to the best of my know-ledg- e and belief. ties know this. See their mottoes. I. Ci. DAVIDSON, Cashier. Ono motto Is fQuaecuroque sunt vera." Subscribed and sworn to before me this Ith. day of May, 1021. (Whatsoever things aro true.) AnS. C. Denny, Notary Public. other ono U "The truth shall make My commliilon cctpiret January 6th, 1024. yeu free,' Another, "Culture must Correct Attest! Shirley Hudson flourish under the law of God." AnKentucky entail-- , elaborately J. J. Walker, and primarily maintained as other, "Culture without character U J. W. Sweeney vain thing." Exchange. breeding VaUbllahUilUU. f Directors. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, May 12, 1921 nml dusted o then plant when they nre wet with dew. National Acceptance Corporation, The melon worm attacks melon Plaintiff, nml other cucurbits hut prefer the VS NOTICK. m of a cr'i'nUh yellow melon. Tin William Marsee, Defendant color u bout or' inch long when full All persons having claim against I It fro i, n the leaves when , Ktowr Marsee arc' the estate ef Wlllinm yount mi'l borea into nml destroy Garrard Circuit Court.. Uncle Wali's M. S. HATFIELD DENTIST Office orar Tlia Garrard Bank. Ra.ld.nca 376. KENTUCKY. Phon.t directed to present them, properly the fruit Inter The cntcrplllnn proven according to law, to the un when feeil'ntr on the leave can he dersigned on or before May IS, 1021. kitled ) iiMinual srrnys. Item-o- f W. It. imowN, should be i r.j. nml vine Fteceiver ft Commissioner I h vn n harvest over. of the (iarrard Circuit Court, Offlca S. LANCASTER, VEXATION OF SPIRIT i J.J.Byrne said Ill: V I whs In bulnes," Exclusive. Optometrist Ofllca Hour I NATURE TELLS YOU A Timely Use Of Poison Controls Gnrden Worms. Caterpillar are fuuml on practically all kinds of rnrden pan! nml usually cauie the Hardener consider-abl- e trouble a well at loi In the form of jdanta destroyed. Some f thee are ealy controlled by timely ue of poison while other, because of their mode of llvintr. cn only b partially controlled, according to II. II. Je'weti, from the Collcee of Agriculture. The corn ear worm nt'.icks a number of plant In the garden, but lt principal hut, a the name Indicate, is earn. Sweet corn I especially 5rc.n tomatoes subject to attack. .are also very frequently eaten Into and ruined by thU worm. The first the breed worm someUmea attack ptanU In the crown when those are a foot or more tall. Many of thote werm ran be picked by Wand or the pinnU can be sprayed with arsenate The greater nun.brr of crrs are placed, howtvir, on the young ilk and the young worm work Into the ends of the ear. Hy preying the silks with arsenate of leail ut interval of three or four day ,a good per cent f the worm will be killed but this u a ton exwhere pensive and laborious proce more than vrry mall plot nro Involved. These owrms are boat controlled on tomatoes by picking olT the infected fruit and destroying them. Cabbage anil other cruciferous cro are especially aubjtrt to injury from cabbage worm. The white butterttie or parent of these worm, may sometime be seen in great number hovering around the cabbage ptant. The plant should be dusted when the dew i on wl'h powdered .. i i hiiii nravitnif ui ii'ttu Ul riuvt. ..hi. .tw name poison or with Pari- - green. No harmful elfee'a will retu'l to the cabit rayed from properly bage, but eme growers prefer to use pyrcthrum for the last spraying. The pyrcthrum should be mixed with three or feur part of lime or Hour of leado con-uiu- Many a Lancaster Reader Know Too Well. When the kidney nro weak. Nature till ynu almut It. Tho urinii I nature's Index. Infrequent nr too frequent FOR SALE Store Room And Mer- nevrr had time to rrnd much, and 1 ued to look forward to the glad day when I ctiuld revel In literature. 1 felt sure I'd be entirely hnppy, I used In DANVILLE, - KENTUCKY. Oppoiite Gilcher Hotel. S cantile Stand. The (,'nrrnrd Hank & Trust Co. a assignee of J. K. Whitteil offer for sale privately. The residence, store room and mill, the property coming to the control of the undersigned a nssignce of J. K. Whittcd. Th. property is located at N'inn, Carrard Co., and it one of the very best coun try mercantile stands in Central Kentucky. The stock of goods w.ll a!.o be sold privately. If you nro interested in a good money making proposition see us at once. We will also sell privately the small farm of about thirty acres situated near Ninn. Th'f Is n fertile convenient small farm with new dwelling on the pike, rich sand stone land. Garrard Hank ft Trust Co., Asilgnce, J. K. Whittcd. J. W. Klmore, Cashier. J. K. Iloblnson, Attorney. Jot down t li I to 12 and 1 to S p.m. titles of books pas-sas- e. Other disorders mirk est kidney Ills. Dnan'a Kidney Tills are for disordered kidneys Lancaster people testify to their worth. Ask our nclKhbor! W. 8. Carrier, merchant, Public ' I THE U. S. ROYAL CORD Atlinwl.(lj;nl A foment tirr and monT me ilfliwrlng lit rcooorny, lira slur lit,, and 6rtt rimpl flr sllV the wmld'i limmii trrtd. metetuti and of Cord tir hulIJinc- lormnt - tptd Mn srawtru aa Th atrip around lh ttwaU is rrciiurvd Patent ORk. Or Mow vou can measure tire value in 1911 .J FTEN it's surprising tho number of different tire views thnt come out in n chnncc tnlk at the curb or in the leisure of n friend's gnrnge. Almost every tiny you come across the man human enough to believe he can outguess tag on "job-lots- ," the cut-price "discontinued lines" and It full' "Any V. S. Tin a wmvaraaf "surplus stocks." His opposite is the hard-pa- n car owner who sticks year in and year out to a standard brand as the only niim'l mtttK" rational economy. Many will remember the scarcity of U. S. Tires last year. A hardship at the time, but a benefit now. There are no U.S. Tires to be worked off no accumulations no forced selling of any U. S. brand no shipping of tires from one part of the way I get sleepy in oon iih I lii'jln to read, and my wife mine, and tells mi my tutoring Is dlttirblng the neighing." "It's that way with ovcrytlilng we look forward tn." observed tin sadly. "Man always will Ik n some hut Is never hlt-Young fjooowiirthy pMt remarked. was In here In't etenlnc, bubbling over with lmpplms. There wnn't anybody around, so lie took me Into his N'o becomes a o great man He's going to marry eimtldenrr. to be totailv forgotten. The tiresa Ciuciwlnlln Jiumliin?. next month, and still print a word or two about Mr. j Why go abroad seeking adventure lie's MTfectly Mitlfl'Ml that his mar-rlilife will be one lone stretrb of Taft and Mr Wi on when there' is) when there Is n wilderness in your I to have the Idea back yard waiting to bs reclaimed? fllti'dilne. Hi- mi ot'icr new a t: be ha! that In' going to do something original when he crU married. ht the Idea ln't new. Men have hrVu getting marrli-ever ine Christopher Coliirnhn. Ohio, and every doggone man Jark of them had the Idea that eterlaMIng bliss was going to l ltuiuzurnt.il on the wedding day. . "I listened to (Jooeworthy for nnd hadn't the heart to say anything that would dampen tils Ill twittering rivalled the long vnnlshcd day when I was getting ready tn he married. I felt about It then Jut as he does now, I thought the parson opened the gales of paradise when he Joined two loving hearts. My wife lived up to all the plans nnd speclllcntlons, nnd was and l one of the best women In the Culled Stntes, but I hniln'l been mnrrled threv months before I bad a sneaking conviction that the man who gets married ts a chump. "A good many optimists say that n married mnn doesn't nivd any more money than a single one. If ho marries the right sort of woman, but they might ns well go to the blackboard and demonstrate that two and two make two, Instenil of four. I fell for that cheerful theory when I was married. I was earning enough to keep myself comfortnhly, and never had iT any financial worries. I could have .7. . II monpy thnn It been burled for le took t be married, nnd the expenses from that time forward were double what they used to be, although my wife was so economical shp njed to make waists and such things for herself nut of my superannuated shirts. "Oh. doggone It, 'here Isn't, any happiness In matrimony. I y wonder that young fellows like don't look n round them, and contemplnte the dejected appearand of the majority of husbands. Hut even country to another to "find a market.' If they did. It wouldn't do them any good, I uppoe, for they are full of pipe dreams, and they think the girls they ntv going to marry are different There arc 92 U.S. Factory Branches. from nil other glrl, and that they will prove exceptions to the general rule. Each one gets its share of U. S. Tires. "I bad a wise old uncle In those halThere is a broad, constant, even discyon ilays, and nluit a week beforo tribution of U. S. Tires always going tho wedding day. be backed me Into n f comer and banded me it on from these Branches to the dealer. package of wisdom. Ho tried to lead mo Into taking n sensible view of the Buy a U. S. Tire anywhere future. He talked about tho cares and in a community of 500 people responsibilities that would be mine after the wedding, nnd wanted to or even less and you get a know ir I felt eijual to them. He tried Uvq tire of to show me that I wasn't going to with all the origproduction ma rrj' an aneql. but n human being like myself, with n human being's inal service and mileage the faults nnd frailties. put into it. "I let him get that far, and then 1 told htm that his gray hairs alone The owner of a medium or saved him from having hi head light-weigmodeled, and said I never wanted him ht car stands on to darken my door, nnd he never did. equal ground with everyother I bad to darken It myself, with wnl nut stain. Hut many a llmo after, car owner. ward, I recalled his wle words nnd wept over hi grave." uniAny United States Tire is "ra Jitrtnni o hotel-keejM- f. liiilf-hnkeFostcr-Mllburil three-honrsOoose-worthdust-proo- dull barkache that bothered rao. es pecially during the nlfiht and my kid- neya Irrculariy. I acteil procured at Dean's Kidney rills, fitonnes" DniK Store and thn backache and other slroa of kidney trou-bidisappeared. I liave bad no return of tho trouble" lrlc 10c. at all dtMlers IJon't Imply ask for a kidney remedy get Doan's KMnrr I'JIls the samo that Co., Mr. CarrbT bad. Mfra.. Ilutralu, N. Y. Square, Ijincaster, a): "I bad Intended to rend, and when I retired from bul-tie- s I had n list a long a the Itusslan line. "And now that I can read all I want In, I don't get any enjoy-- J. A. Beazlev FUNERAL DIRECTOR Ofllre Over National Hank. Itesidence I'hone 3. Office I'hone 27 I.ANCARTKIt. KV. battle J uei e ii t nut of look They lor tn v t b e w n r a t Dr. Printus Walker VETERINARIAN. Call. Aniw.r.d Promptly Day or Nicht. Phon. 317. LANCASTER. KENTUCKY I H WANTED Steers, Liberty Bonds, Bankable Notes or Cash for tbe following: FRESH, YOUNG JERSEY COW i H 0 'J !! E WITH CALF, TEAM OF MULES, ii : y h II and one Canopy Oil Hrooder. Single Comb itrown leghorn Kggs. 10 for $1. or 100 for $3 CASH. Prepaid in Garrard nnd adjoining counties. '' a ERLE C. FARRA Hox 173. y Lancaster, Ky. For Up-To-Da- te Plumbing, Heating, Guttering, Roofing, Repairing, and all kinds of Tin Work SEE OR PHONE P, B, Williams Lancaster, Ky. Quick Service and Good Work WashlnQton'a Religion. TIi era has been considerable contra-tcrs-y over tho extent to which religious belief entered Into Waihlnston'a character. Ills own chronicle ahow that most of hit Sundays, except during the presidency, when ho felt obliged to set an example, ho spent In answering letters, going over his ac counts, hunting or doing any business that thosu with whom ha was necotl-atln- g had no scruples. In choosing peoplo to work for him hu set up no barriers of creed. Judging men from Uie standpoint of honesty, Industry and ability. fresh, current Farmers Losing Millions in Scrub Live Stock Attend and take part in factor' Louisville, Ky. Farmers Better Sire Sales Bourbon Stock Yards 200 pure bred registered bulls will bo sold at auction. ' The sale is held strictly to improve the quality of live Bidstock in Kentucky. ding limited to farmers. You make your own price. Movement Lacked by U. S. Government. University of Kentucky, College of Agriculture, Governor of Kentucky, Kentucky Pure Bred LiveStock Association and Louisville Liv Stock Exchange. June 2nd a versal full money's worth backed up with a leadership policy of equal quality, buying convenience and price for everybody. wi, ffiat rcima eur in m tin June Calk." Wall Off. United States Tires United States Rubber Company Haselden Bros., Garage, Lancaster. Ky. Becker & Ballard, Bryantsville, Ky. Paint Lick Garage, Paint Lick, Ky. ijBSSaaBia' "After all a man never knows when he's well off." nowT" "What's hapH-iie"I was Just thinking what a fool I was for trading off my Liberty bonds for oil slock." Nut Walter Wanted. An old lady, after waiting In a store for nhout ten inlnuteu, grew grossly Impatient at tbe lack of service, finally she rapped sharply on the counter. "Here, young lady," she called, "who waits on the nutr Kverybody" Tht ConMqusnc. "At tho anti-dog . Write today for full par ticuUrs mn& free chart showing increase in profit from pure bred. Address W. S. BELL, President LtnisvUte Live meeting nobody muiiled the sH'akera." "That waa the reason, then, th wr ao many bltluc rtrtuarkt." Stick Extinct LOUISVILLE, KY. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday May 12. 1921 . .. A Limitations Do We arc offerlngqulte a reduction in pricea on i Not Limit. 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 We all have our limitations, but few of u realize when we have renched tlrm. The nvcrajrc American is a peculiar individual An ob stacle may seem mountain 'hijrh to him, but he linn an in- jherent objection to acknow ledKinK that it is hisuniioim-tablThe nppircnMy impos only whets hia detcrmina sible tion to conquer. Perhaps it is just as well that limitations do rot bother us. We are not iilllicted with the doubts and uncertainties and vacillation that retard the progress of some countries. We accomplish our tasks many people are debating their pos sibility. It is an American trait, and a good one. I Lancaster School Notes Next week is examination week for the school children and is dread-- ) ed not only by the students but byi the teachers n well. The teachers have to have n list of questions and! then comes the task of grmlinthc, Thnt Is why the teachers papers. have Ouen looking worried for the past week and the children are trembling with fear, especially the seniors. L. II, S. Lai... The Lancaster High base ball team was defeated by Stanford Friday nfj ternoon, the score being 8 to 3. Luck seemed to be against L. II. S., but favored Stanford. A decision that was not seen by the umpire' counted three scores against l. II. S nnd was one of the mnny tough The moit lucks that they hail. spectacular catch of the season was made when Henry took n liner ond robbed the batter of n clean hit. Stanford High has a good team but' we feel that if the game was to be played agnin I II. S. will have the larger ends. Table Goods PUNCH ASH your groceries where "On tho Square" is the motto thnt controls the policy of the house thnt sells them. e. Courteous clerks are at your service. They take an interest in your buying and in. selling you top notch goods. Our groceries are the best in the dally markets, and we keep up to the minute in the lowering of prices. CONN BEOS. "Live and Let Live Di HORRIBLE Currey & Gulley. Rowe Wants To Race BERLIN Takes Her Medicine Derby Winner For Arrt To Ultimatum of Knlrnta't. $50,000. Folk." ll: Are Famine Conditions 1tir. $1.50 a 11 3 In China. GARRARD'S MITE IS SMALL. The L. II. S. team will play ltlch- tilonil Model High tomorrow on the latters ground. L. II. S. Second. On last Thursday afternoon the L. H. S. Second Team defeated Hustonsvllle Second on tha latters The Central Record l.tu.d Wa.kly. Y.r. Parable in Advanc. J. E. ROBINSON. Editor. R. L .ELKIN, Local Editor and Mgr. Entered at the Poit Office in LanMail caster, Ky., ai Second-ClaMatter. Feftirn Advertising Repf tnuii THE AMERICAN PRESS A55QC1AT1QS' Uacailer, Ky., Maj 12, 1921 Rait. For Political Annouoc.m.nL. Precinct and City Offices. -- $5.00 10.00 County Offices State and District Offices.. 15.00 .10 Calls, per line Cards, per line - .10 all publications in the interest of individuals or expression of individual views, per. 10 line .OS Obituaries, per line For For For For For For ..... do not own their own homes. When greedy landlords, now commonly termed re tit hogs, boost their rents to impossible fiK'jres, 't is but natural that the occupants of these houses and apartments should insist upon waijp sufficient to meet the strain. It is just such conditions thnt keep prices up, und will prevent any appreciab'e decline as long as these conditions exist. Of all of the profiteers who have cursed this country the rent hog is probably the worst. When he !s curbed it should not be difficult to bring other prices down to a reasonable basis. .......... Worth A Trial over and you 'indulge in your hour or two of reflection, is your business uppermost in your mind? It shouldn't be. It but adds' to thp general mental fatigue wnich already weights you down. Possibly you have a home, a lawn, n back yard, and a gar den. Thinking nnd planning for their improvement will 'afford your tired brain the change md relaxntion it re quires. That hour of reilection each day will produce wondorful results if employed in the prop er manner, whereas continued concentration unon affairs of business will blunt your intellect and weaken your powers of prcception. Grass will not grow without water to nu'-s- it a'ong, and neither will the brain continue to function without the rest that is necessary to replenish its exhausted vitality. c Announcements. We are authorized to announce the candidacy of E. V. Purycar to succeed himself in the office of Com-- j monwcalth's Attorney for this dis-- j trict, subject to the action of. tnc Democratic Primary, August 6, 1021. We arc authorized to announce Judge Charles A. Hardin candidate for. the nomination for Circuit Judge of this judicial district, subject to the action of tho, Democratic Primary August, 1921. .When the evening meal is Scooting Is Good. We note in the daily press thnt the draft cvntbrs are to be gathered in and punished. Following oir usual custom, advance information has been published broadcast, in order that the gu'lty m iy take to the tall timber while, yet there is time. V. r'- 1 any be ovetbohl, and remain in their accustomed haunts, possibly seme other form of warning will be employed, coupled vith an urgent intimation Mi.it is time to scoot while the sccotirg U good. If any nro so foloish as to continue to decline to take safety in flight, we presume they will be reluctantly pinched and pclitely requested to face the music. In'nny other country the arrests would le made first and tho blowing done after words. Good-byslackers! Go as far as you can and forget to re turn. iir Immune To Panics? For many month i now the country hns been suffering from a depression in business that at any other time would have resulted in a disastrous panic. Does that indicate that the American people have reached a degree of enlightenment that renders them immune to finan cial panics? Have thoy reached the point where thoy collectively rccog inze the wisdom of calmness and restraint in the hour of adversity? Has our civilization reached the stage where the practical element predominates? Or is it simply n growing and abiding faith in the fetnbil ity of our country, and its form of government? What is your answer to the query? Conditions in China so terrible that they almost baffle description, . It. tambuth have caused lllshop of the Methodist Episcopal Church South to devote his services to aid ing the China Famine Fund In Kentucky. The Hishop was In Louisville attedning the conference of Hishops ad dnuring China Famine week spoke in Ashland, Covington and Dayton. Ky. He served in China for n number of years, returning to America two months ago. when the famine which threatened to wipe out lives was at its height. Another prominent man assisting in raising funds for the Chinese famine victim after a tour of China is K. J. Coupcr, Minneapolis business man and former president of the Minneapolis Chamber of Commerce. "The famine was Just beginning to be widely felt when we were in Tientsin two months ago," Mr. Coup-c- r' Mld. "Conditions in China arc far wow than reported anywhere I have been so far. 1 believe there are two or three, times more deaths than we have realized and my impression Is that twice as many are affected as they say. "An to the total number of death, I think that if the Chinese get thru with anything leu than 25,000,000 it will be surprising and I am speaking now of the deaths by famine and typhus. "The Chinese arc In far greater distrcM than any one here has any ralization of. The famine extends almost up to Peking and Tientsin. I didn't see a spear of green anywhere until I got to the Ynrigtse Kiver. It was perfectly bare,, the whole vast region." llishop Lambuth in speaking of China u he left if said, "The con ditions which 1 found in the interior of Shantung and China almost baffle description. I found cast and west of tho Grand Canal lands which were being sold at one third their value and that all the unimal-- t had been eaten or sold. The people have pawned or sold their clothing despite the rigors of the winter; they would rther freeze than starve, they said. "Tho denudation of the forests which has gone on for several hundred years prevented the entangle, me nt of the clouds and little or no rain iiU. The food of the inhabitants of the famine urea, just prior to my leaving China, consisted of corn cobs and there did not seem to be enough of them to last more than tow or three weeks." The following is the total of all donations that have been sent in from Garrard county: Presbyterian church, Paint Lick, Kentucky k.Jrtl.OO Itowe, Louisville, Ky., James trainer of the Hairy Payne Whitney diamond. J. I. Watkins, pitcher, came stable, recently offered to race Tryster against llehave Yourself, winner back with a 13 to 'J score in his He pitched n fine game of the Kentucky Derby Saturday, pocket. Kor 160.000 a side. from a to y, pitching two shut-ou- t The result of Saturday's race has innings. e not convinced Mr. Itowe that The game started with Hustons Yourself is Tryster's master by ville in the lead and it stayed this any means. Instead he' to satlstled way until the lucky seventeenth, (that Tryster can beat llehave Your when L. II. S. made live runs, makself if the two meet in a race by ing the ocbre 10 to 7. Hustonsvllle made one in the themselves. So he is ready to back hi opinion eighth, two and to the extent of 150,000. scored one in the ninth. Kvery man played like a profes sional and it was a pretty tight game. Lucas To Succeed El-woHyattsvllle This team defeated Saturday before last on the home diamond with a score of 17 to 5 nnd 16th., Calls On the was defeated by Hustonsvllle, Thursday before that. West. Danville Second, is to be the next victim. Washington. May 10 Kobert H. Lancaster High will be represent-- ' Lucas, Prosecuting Attorney of Tournain the annual State Louisville, whose nomination to be ment May 14th., at Lexington. This Collector of Internal Kevenue (n Kenyear a student from each of the three tucky M expected to be confirmed by will represent our the Senate tomorrow announced to Latin classes school and we hope they-w-ill do their night that he has selected Claude very best. Meredith, Louisville to be chief Another new tennis court is being deputy, and M. C. Dane is under conconstructed on the girls side of the sideration to be chief field deputy, school yard. uiien he assumes the duties of the collectorship. Sad But True. Mr. Lucas also said that he has been Itumor has it that we are going to informed that the collector's office lone another girl from our Sophomore will be transferred to his direction class, when she returned,, from a about May ICth. neighboring town with a certain Accompanied by Representative young gentleman of this city. She Charles P. Ogden, Plfth District, Mr. wore upon her finger a wedding ring Lucas railed this afternoon on Millwhich has caused much excitement ard P. West .Lancaster, Ky., the among her class mates. She will not noting Commissioner of Intern! confirm this rumor, but from all Ilevenue. evidence It looks as though it is quite true. We sincerely hope this fs not Seed Corn for tat. true, as we have already lost one of Iludton Sl Farnau. our girls from the class this year and we cannot afford to lose many more as our class is rather small If this continues we are afraid there will be Sopho-morno graduating class In 3. lie-havle od Hamilton May Germany has accepted the Allied ultimatum. The Iteichstag by a vote of 221 to 175, yielded to the final d, demands of the Allied Powers, in so doing .agreed to fulfill the terms of the Treaty of Versailles "to the caacity' 'af the nation to da so. Dr. Wirth, the Centrist leader, finally succeeded in forming a coalition Cablnrt, compoted of Centrists, .Majority and Democrats, which confronted by grave necessity, speedily decided that acceptance of the ultimatum was the only course. In making this announcement to the Hrtchstag the new Chancellor asked far an Immediate derision by that body, and in the voting which fallow ed, th Government was sustained. "Yet' 'flr "No" ftrply D.mandrd. The Allied ultimatum required a definite reply, based on "yes" itr "no." No conditional reply would b entertained, and the ultimatum was formulated to expire the nighv of May Sot-talt- 12th. The total sum which Germany U called on ta pay Is il.TSO.OOO.OOO pounds; disarmament must be enrriod out by Germany in accordance with the provisions of the treaty, and the final trial of war criminals mutt be put into effect. Numerous other important terms, in which Germany has been in default, will be enforced. Noncompliance with the Allied ultimatum would have subjected Germany to the occupation by the Allies Of the Ituhr Valley and whatever other military 4ml rmval measures were deemed advisable. Regarded at Malt ihif t. The new Cabinet is generally re garded as a makeshift, largely unrepresentative, but good enough to accept the Entente ultimatum, and thus avoid a Prench advance Into the Ituhr e. Haselden Bros., of Lancaster, say: Grins and Groans. Earl "I donUllke those photos at nil, I look like nn ape." Photographer "You should have thought of that before you had. them taken," he said, and turned to his work. (Passing the lunch Mftry Miller counter nt street fair) "Sniff, sniff, that smells awful good." Claude Hice --"Sure does. Let's walk by again." You get all the cream with a De Laval tt (he cifan nraai al Of nLL ll nrtM ihtl owe Mfl tta U Mird.M iktl iaa u nmHit lot w la UuUnf up tlx ttn 01 lot ptjrwg csprswt. Nut itfy wpautur w dmpwd to ' ETTLNG frttiBfl J. A. C. Miles, It. Mount, Lancaster, Ky.,., Ky.,.. 10.00 1.C0 Notice. County Common School Diploma Examination will be held May 13 and 11 -- at, the Court House, tancustcr, Ilucna Vista and Paint Lick. Teachers' examination will be held the following week, May 20th. and nnle Higgins, Supt. 21st. ' e, Lancaster Presbyterian church, 82.80 Lancaster, Ky., Christian Grove Pleasant 41.00 church, llryantsville church, Wnllaccton llaptlst 4.00 Paint Lick, Ky. Miss Jane L. Duncan, Lan2.00 caster, Ky Mt. Olivet church, Ilucna Vista, 50.00 Keqtucky, n0 H t!l US uAa; kxd w lot a ttmt tone Dul drfta u cut ButHuM that aa Iwtft L uVfmJn) Una to dum clcu - U D Ltitl Ym Jub'i km ta ult out wvtJ fur it; ail tttrr, imj D A D Lattl uxf tt awt cms inm th mJk li ttth cow, pit ln(ti Uut it bujt d Ltl cmc turn Kit Hogs Among Hogs. The legal methods being taken by city nnd state govern ments to curb the tent hogs should, if successful, have an important bearing upon the general reduction of prices. In the large cities probably a great majority of the labor ing classes are renttrs, They Get busy. Keep busy. Is your Do Is It permanent? Job unsafe? you want a life long business? lou ran tret into such a business iCti.iu: There will be no preaching wrvices more than 137 Wutklna Product at the Baptist Church Sunday, as direct to farmers If you own auto the pastor has been tent to Chatta or team or can get one; if you are nooga, as a messenger to the South under 50 and can cive bond with ern uapusi uonveniion. i.ei us see personal sureties. We back you with what a large Sunday School attend-anc- e big telling helps, 62 years in busiwo can have during the pastor's ness, 20,000,000 users of our proWe urge all of our people duct. Write for information where absence to be at S. S. at the Baptist church vou can irut territory. Sunday morning, and then attend J. IL Watkint Co., Department 112, Winona, Minn, pd.) preaching elsewhere.- - C. D. Strother lMtiiMtitmiMadwihiBit. 4 fou mHhf, J Hfult Baptist Church Notes ft km )o only w noJ tow to ow a Vt ca Lttl it vnS W( It D. Unit Sua to Sooner or later you will 1 (5-5-- De Laval buy a T.I' The Central Record, Lancaster Ky. Thursday, May 12, 1921. the I'hl Delta Theta fraternity and of the honory law fraternity, I'hl Delta Theta. He is at present running for representative from Garrard county on the Democratic ticket." Miss Mattlelean Krvln, of Gilbert Creek, was the guest of her friend, Miss Daisy Lamb, Wednesday eve- 1 to iiaaaiiiaiiiiiii Saturday Specials One lot of hats at $5.00, one lot at $3.95. These hats formerly ranged in prices from $5.00 $12.00. ning. Miss Alma Milter, daughter of Mr. Hugh Miller, of this city, has had an unusual honor conferred upon her. She ha been elected Sponsor of the first platoon, Company of the Uni versity llattallon with the rank of first lieutencnt. This election is aril Innovation for the University ofM Kentucky and is a greater honor on that account Miss Miller is a graduate student U'e linve ull tfie new nml ilcsirnblc shndes of Orfinndics nml Ribbons to nmtcli. Offer you an excellent opportunity so much looked for ' FRANCIS-SWIT- H That of saving money -AND - BUYING AT HOME ONE LOT OF , Suits, Coats and Dresses $14.75 at the ridiculous ly low price of These remain on sale only n few days. See them while you have a selection to pick from. Four dozen pair of Pumps and Oxfords, sizes ranging from 3 to 5, at the unheard of price of $4.95 or two pair for $5.00 Do not miss this this money saving sten ' opportunIty.w .sih-- Shipment of Kugs just arrived in all the newest patterns and at the new prices. .See them before they are picked over. m Mr. and of his son at ,, In thc I'mvcrsity and I working for TT . De.s Moinc, Iowa, was brought to XT her Master's Decree In Education. '.Vlclll UUaUUl U L Irllirs llUW Lancaster and buried in thc local cemetery yesterday afternoon. Mr. She received her A. II. degree at the Jones lived for many years at Huck-ey- c University of Arkanaw In 19I'J. and was a merchant there, havShu has rrccntly completed a survey Of ing left the county about nineteen of the Clark County srliools as part years ago. He was an uncle of Mr. of her work In education. She has To Approve Mac Jones, of Hedgeville. been nctive in University work and was for some time on the Student Plans. Government Council as vice president Home Coming Day of Smith Hull, one of the girls' Acting on Grove. ' behalf that its She took Kirt in the play high death rate and its "Hobin Hood," which was recently Sunday, May 15th., will be observhigh typhoid fever death rate are given by the Choral Club of the Uni up ed as "Home Coming Day" by thc versity and is secretary of thc due to it present Impure water We earn-plach at Pleasant Grove. ply, Harrodsburg in Mercer county Graduate Club. wh ,nv'to "' t0 installation of a new muni- the ,,oth kc thc cipal waterwoiks, F. C. Ougan, Sanl.;""'1 hoPc to Hoard of ,nt and profitable for all who come. Engineer for the . Louisville rt--, Especially arc all those who have Health, announced in bl,c" numbers of the church and CLUB cently. Thr contemplatd improve-- j '"to other communities include the reconstruction and meats I,en'' existing masonry Young extension of anHlver, installation I""-'1"- P tomaKV 11 a rcul wlt1' us nntl With ,,om,: on'-nel the dam in the Sa't I)a-- " thc church. Dinner plant havl. g a capacity '"K a filtration Membership. will be provided on the church of 000,000 gallons every twenty-fou- r the ndd'tian of about one mile ground and we will have time for a The reorganization of the Uincas- - hours,. mains, and cert .in additions social hour together ns well as for ter Hop Club was consumated during of anil repairs to the municipal electric the morning and afternoon programs. the last few weeks and will give its Thc program is as follows: first dance on Friday, May Kith., at lighting plant o that electric current 10:00 A. M., Sudnay School, bewill be available for operating the the tobacco warehouse on Stanford now pumps at the watcrvorki plant. ginning promptly. street. 11:00 A. M., Song and CommunDetailed plans and specifications The club is composed of the for the installation new are being ion service. young men in thc city, ami 11:30 A. M Sermon. Subject, 11 rm of engi say they purpose to conduct these prepared by a Chicago neers and the city hope to advertise I Church Membership and What It dances in a way that no criticism I Me.ans." will result. About two hundred in 'and receive bids .on or before June 12:00, Noon, Enrollment of mem- tknt ih nntlri. niilfirtnnillni vitations have been sent out both to lu ui ...n nl.tl .tMrW th.. nmnnt i be ...... revised church roll, chaperons and participants. i ii .viijournmeni ior inner. Mr. Wade Walker is president of year. 2:00 P. M. Praise service. The money for thc project will be thc new club; Hurton Stapp, vice 2:20 P. M Ordination of church derived from a bend issae for $100,-00president and JWm Mcltoberti, olficrcs. which already has received a ry-Treasurer. 2:45 P. M., Sermon, "The Church favorable vote. In accordance with law the plans and specifica- In The Present Day World," by Hro. the State Church tions for the waterworks will be sub- M. A. Hart, of Danville. Come and add to the pleasure and MlMr.oulse Tucker ,of Louisville, mitted to thV Sanitary Engineer of Ky., is expected to meet with thc the State Hoard of Health before thc profit of the day. Chas. H. Holder, Minister. W. M. V., at thc Freedom Uaptlst work is commenced. church on Saturday, May 'J 1st., at . WILL SOON HAVE Jones. Thc bo,'y of NEW WATERWORKS 'Who died at the home n C. Moncs. Installation; State Health Board s. At Pleasant , '' P'-ta- ry LANCASTER HOP Reorganize St-it- '"y 1 ''' of . - f" 0, Secreta- Freedom Miss Tucker has spent seven years been recent visitor In Danville. in China ns a missionary ami will last Sunday. have some interesting things to tell. Mr. J. E. Elmore hat returned Mi Alice Dale Durr, of Nashville They hope to see the entire memfrom a viilt of a few day in Louisville. ami .Mrs. J. K. Elmore, of this city, bership present. were guest of Mrs. John Hrown,xat Mrs. K. S. Grime, of Lexington, Louisville No doubt there are men who have A Mil MirtloiTsf thOmlnsi""4 for the Derby. It (pending a week with Mrs. I'at never told a He those who were born Goings by T1m V Art teimtHn. Dr. and Mrs. John G. South and dumb. Sutton. 'Mrs. W. 0. Hradley, of Frankfort, Mrs. Kllxabeth Joseph, of Chatta guests for the day, of Miss Mr. J. K. Stormea wa In Danville nooga, Tcnn., visiting relatives In jwerc Jennie Duncan and Mayor John M. Monday. Mr. Aryan Wilmot have Gossip About People vvNe Miss Daisy Lamb was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hoain, at Lowell 1 ;.10 1 M. Thieves Rob Big 8 Louisville Theater Rubber 2f Tireing S 13 1 l.ancaitcr. Mr. Has ma Higginbotham i speeding several week in Ashvillc, returned N. C, with relative. Mn. Edd Simpson h frH n afcert visit in Danvlllo. W. Mahan and Fisher Messrs.-t Gaines, of Danville, .were in LancaMr. and Mr. W. It. Otk. af ster Monday on business. spent Tuesday In Lancaster. D. Dan-vllle, i Mr. Is visiting Dossle Kst In Newport ami LddWw. rein-tiv- r Duncan. IJIIIIIkWiVM STORMES DRUG STORE Mr. W. from a Mr. J. Iteman ha returned business trip to Cincinnati. V. Acey, of Stanford, hai been a recent Walter In Lancaster. J. Mr. J. B. Blmare ami Mlt Sue Shelby Maion have been nwent visl-tain tyanvttlc Mn. Sallic Km Uwmn bat returned from a visit tu'.Mr. Jw Arnald In Covington. Mrs. Atlille Sebaitinn " whs been with relative, hat returned lier heme in Indian. Wa rs te Mr. arid Mn. N. Miller ipent Sun. . day in Covington with their ian, Mr. ami Mr. Joe Milter. Mr. K. I. Owsley U the gun1 ef her daughter, Mr. W. It. Caok and Mr. Cook in Danville. week-en- d Mr. Hen Wood ipont the with hor mother,4Mr. Dern Wheeler, near Danville. Mr. and Gulley, Mr. and MrsfjEii Ho vUitor In Lexington Tuesday. Mr. I'earl Gulley.jbMIss Helen were Mr. J. It, Klnnalrd .irthe guest of her litter Mr. Jake Hobinion in Danville and attending the Conven tlen. Mr. and Mr. I C. Gulley, Mr. D. Uulley. and Mr. W. J. Konian were In Lexington one day last week J. shopping. W. Simpen Klkln, of Atlan- ta, 'Ua., I(.Un KUfJfof her brother, Mayor Duncan, and altter, Ml Jen nit Duiitn, on. Maplt-aveaUt, Last Sunday's Courier Journal says; "Mrs. J. N. Hruwn was host Thursday afternoon at a bridge par ty in honor of her guest, Miss Alice Dale Durr, of Nashville. The guests were: Mcsdame Felix Hlandfurd, J E. Elmore, John Scott, Lancaster; Mistea Minnie Mac Itobinson and Misses Alice Dale Durr, Cindy Alvis, Alma Miller, of thi city, have been Ilertense House, Mnrgaritc Smith chosen sponsor by the University of Florence McLean, Nashville. Kentucky Cadet. The following club women attend Miss .Vara Gleasen and Mis Mury ed the. Federation of Woman's C!ub Noel, of Danville, spent the week- Convention in Danville this week end with Mr. and Mr. JamtM Wood Mr. J. E. Stormes, eighth district an Itichmeml avenue. chairman; Mr. Harry Hudson, eighth district corresponding secretary- - Mr. Mr. Louis Lnndram and Mr. P. It. It. E. McItoberU, Mr. F. H. Mrks-burMarksbury were guests Sunday of Mrs. W. M. Elliott, Miss Mar their sister, Mr. J. M. Staughton and tha Gill. Mrs. E. H. Hourland. Mrs Dr. Staughton, in Covington. Sam Hatelden. Mr. Hlchard Andur son, Mrs. J. H. Kinnaml, Mrs. Clay Mr. Hen Lotthur, who ha been Sutton, .Mrs. Joe Walker, Mr. Ed the ieut af Mrs. E, L. Owsley, ha Gaines and Mrs. Louis Landram. bmo ta Danville for a visit to Mrs. W, It. Ceok before returning to v Miss Martha Ward Sweeney enter Laustvlllc. tallied verv dtdlchtfullv fur the Sen! or class of the Lancaster High School Mrs, BWifl Hill, who I the guest of which she is n member, at her af aer daughter, Mrs. Nevleus, in home on Danville street Tuesday eve Danville, reported quite III. Her ning. Music added to the attraction atony friend hape for her a speedy of the evening. The home was dcri- recovery. rated with pink and white llower and bonbons Mr. and Mr. E. C. McWhorter Delicious Ices, cuke and Mr. and Mr. Warren, all of were served and the color scheme of pink and white was carried throughLexington, passed, through lincaster out. The hostess was assisted in enyesterday, on their way to Crab tertaining by he r -- ttiu t her, Mrs. Jesse to spend a few day. Sweeney. Thi was a pleasant gath Mr. J. E. Stermes, chairman of ering of the ten graduate. the Eighth District of the Woman's Lexington paper have thi to say Clubs, left Monday for Danville, of our young townsman; "Hubert where he will nttend the State It. 11. Tomlinson. Club Tomlinton. son of Federation of the Woman' of Lancaster, Ky., is one of the Convention. splendid young graduates which tho Mr. and Mr. Jones Anderson of University of Kentucky Is nroud to I'arker Ind., paed through Lancai- - give to the Country' this year. He majoring In law with o marked ter last Monday on their way to i'reachertviljr, to attend tho burial credit to himself, that comrade preof Mrs. Henry Cummini, who was dict notable achievement liy him in hi profession. He I a member of an aunt of, Mr. Anderson. y, 1 Of-cha1 Louisville, May 'J Four thieves I have juit received a new koncked one employe insensible, Jrply of the bound and gagged the watchman and rifled jhc safe of the Mary Anderson il Best Grade of GuarTheatre before day light here today T anteed Rubber and escaped with $3,000 cash and f and will rubber your buggy Liberty Hond. The same gang sped for $15.00. Give me a trial and satisfy n an automobile to Keith's National Phone IS". Theatre, two blocks away, but lied j yourself. when the night watchman fired at -A. H. VANHUSS them. The thieves discarde a full? Lar.caiter. Ky et of burglar oot in th theatre ' ff '5 . ' IS IS IS d )i 15 ' V H J 1 box otficc. I" DE FRESH PAINT WORKS MANY WBWpEBS The most beautifully designed house on earth would look dull .and dingy and neglected without a good coat of 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 SCRAPE OFF. Cost POCKET., LessLasts Longer ANY OTHER KIND SOON GIVES YOUR PROPERTY A SECOND HAND APPEARANCE. COME IN AND TALK IT OVER VITH US. WILL BE MONEY IN YOUR STORMES DRUG STORE. FIRST THOUGHT IN DRUGS. stnbliihed 1853 II 1G Phono 39, Lancaster, Ky DG DC DE The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, May 12 1921. NICOTINE SULPHATE IS LESS EXPENSIVE Con- Oil Ordinance The City Council of the city of l.nncnitcr do ordain as follows: Whereas Chapter 113 of the Act of IDtO provide for the ailing of streets ns may be designated by re into paying 10 or 15 cts. more for n snck of flour than 61 Ineccti Hard to Finch With Ordinary solution of the council. Now be it Sprays Caught by Floating Oust resolved by the council that they you do for Settling en Undr Sid of designate tho fallowing streets In the THE UNIVERSAL CAR tht Leaves. city of lincnster to be oiled towit; 1st. The entire Public Square. tl'irpireil by tli t'nttel Statta rnrt-Hun- t The simplicity of "the Font car, its stability of Airtru4turl 9ml. Lexington street from Public in construction, the famous heat treated To the sorrow of miim of tin- to Square to Hill Court. Vanadium steel with its marvelous strength in! which ftil mi th under nnd flexibility the low- - cost of operation and 3rd. Danville street from Public of plant lime mill u eciie tin" lle on the theory it i not n high grade pnt maintenance, us case in operation, nil have effect tf HMIII spfll), llil lHirtdil uf Square to second alley therefrom. HEN LILT) matte the Ford car the great favorite in every lllMHology, L'lllleil Sillies lhHirtm1lt cnt. None higher, none belter, not 4th. Stnnfonl street from Public land in the world. It's the one car that always if AKrlctitlure, Iw lvn roudiictlHg Square to Crab Orchard street. bleached or blended Sold on itt mcr- satisfies and serves. A utility beyond question i'XNrlM'ntn with Hltln sulphate n Richmond street from Public 5th. piled In ilut form. Mixed with kHidtu that &JI can nlFbrd. We will lc pleased to have it nt the right price. 5 to irtve the mUihi bulk. 10 jHr cent Squnrc to second alley therefrom. your order. Don't delay Iwcausc the demand strength nicotine sulphate illil (ith. Water street from Lexington Yc havc almost everytis heavy all the time. work In rotit rullliiif melon, culi street to J. M. Duncan gate. hing; in motor car accessories, sell the huge nml pen union thrlp mid ft from Rich 7th. Campbell street genuine. Ford Parts, and assure the best in a: Western tllrUliitwr beetle. Ml mechanical repair work. mond street to Crab Orchard pike. It is further ordered that said oil ing tiegin not inter man June i si.. lit.' I and be completed not later than June Kith. The city Marshall i) t interested In any car except Ford . directed to purchase the oil neccs- ho,n 0Vh,, ffa"' And Home News iut to oil salil streets and have limn County rame put on, and he will keep an ac(Pure Hred Livestock Breeders' AssoOver From count as to the cost of the above ciation has been completed with 14 rtven sretions, keeping the cost of A n part of the enmpnign to stan charter members cnrollel, accord. ng t.i.h street to itself, and the clerk dnrdize on tho White Wyandotte to n report from County Agent A M w. agninst each owner of the breed, poultrymen coui'y have or Allen. property bordering on each street reganiscd a While Wyandotte Poultry Approximately 1.000 rulton conn spectively his proportional part of Association, arcenling to n report ty farmer. recently attended five the cost according to the number of from Mildred Ohavcr, home demon-.- t meetings arranged by County Agent .feet bordering on said street, that is rat ion agent O. - Cunningham in the Interest of ! he will assess so much per front foot Farmers of Crittenden county co- n campaign being conducted to In cn each street, and will report the County Agent, John cream.' the number of dalfy cattle in operating with '( of oiling each. street to the coun- It. Spencer, have outlined n program the county. No Shortage. I Concerning Ideas, c.l and the assessment of cost of oil-- , "1 reliteJ n I Ill the Street of j of work for the coming year which Farmers of Fulton County arc ii ct.ost (atcorJInc to u An liten .rg each street among the property Dreams." uu n oet, Well, even a the com. t i '.oils of shorn), must Includes four main lines of work. planning to take a vacation in the will assess (Mut can par the rent of that kind of be spoil n ' n little before It wilt owners, and the council These nre the placing of a permnnent near future in the form of an autong.nnst each property owner and a hoiiv ltiM. Transcript. explain itself Dickens, s Art Effective limestone shed at Marion, the enroll mobile trip ami fish-frliich is being Hand Small Areas. holder whose property borders or ment of 100 junior agr':ultural club planned by J. P. Itlcketts, assistant Spttt of Oulf Stream. DarbeKa Prerogative. members ,the enrollment ot 25 orch-- . county agent and County Agent O. Inect elK nre linnl to rturh with abuts on such street his portion of i I'Mieit that two years are It I There's only one Imlltldnal who can of oillpg his street, and will FMHllrMl .. hH I ! f the unrd demonstrators and the develop- - I Cunningham, ordinary sprays, tun the floating dat hU mr" cmnt of CO flocks of sheep in the Craves county former ore already settle umiii the under side of the aswss and levy the tax against such travel fr,.. M.1, to the coast of away MT It. and Hint's the bar- with leutc ns well ns on the surface. The property to be known as the oiling county. taking an active interest in the bet- tier. show thut much larger tax, to lie collected as other taxes Twenty Graves county fanners ter sires better stock campaign, 18 extierlincnt nrvn can Ik treated In le time thnu fur which the city will have a lien on Bens.-- Few Oelleve. have agreed to cooperati with Coun- - of them having enrolled in the move-t- y I Jud Tunklns. required by spraying. Jlunrntr, the the property so bardering on such J in I Tmii ) n limn who brag Agent W. A. Humprics in top mcnt, according to a report of Jud Tunklns say's that In ralllnc eiiilptnent iiectary to npdy the dttst streets for sold tax. about ie4"' .r..iv poorer than when grass with nrd phosphate ty Agent W. A. Humphries, m Ixi a Utile l exM-ntmuch le erely Irrltntes the bill on a sick friend you tin than n sprn The city to pay for wiling all rr obj- he entered tactful to avoid looking urj'rlnil beand growing soybeans and corn for c nclIc.MklDcffitT oilttlt unit Its cot of npptteHtlou collector and any came he s still alive le thnn by the older Method. It ections en said streets, welch le than spray and Is more property owner on any other street Trout a Cannibal, When Milk Is About to "Turn." eontenlently hmtdled. It can be mlxiil may oil same at his expense. Hie trmtt l caiinlballstlc. feeI. If sou tluilk milk Is nesting tha All other parties wanting oil notify with arsenate of IchiI or sulphur fot kind when tieceslty ! often tng uHm It "turn" a plnrh of baking ue ncnln-- t lns:-t- . mid fimt'ims ill Mr. Hratton nt once. the American Foretry overcome the liltlculty and saves the compel. fl enes. J. M DI XC AN, Mayor milk as well us the "day." In the sea- Magazine aiil m numerous Instanree IT WANTS TO SERVE YOU when lte,v! iHa not Patsy Anderson, Clerk. son of many ami unetitectnl guests. Attest: FRUIT FOR AVERAGE FAMILY is one of the secret of community prosperity. It is the predominate desire of thi bank. Everbearing Strawberries Should Find We want to with vou in securing jour own success in Place In Every Garden Where the business or agricultural world, or in the professions of life. There Is Spaee. Your success meat's cur success. A savings or checking account at this bank Plenty of vegetable or both will be to for the table your convenience and financial advantage. should be the llrt ronlderutlou of eery home gunleuer. hut fruit trees nnd some buh fruit should be plant ed. say siHHiallts of the Culled States IVpartment of Agriculture. It does not take a tery Inrge spuce for OF LANCASTER. growing enough fruit and berrlen of S. C. DENNY, Ca.hier. the different kinds to supply the mer-ng- Don't Be Deceived few Dusting Found Effective in trolling Pests. CLEN LiLY I Garrard riillingCo Kentucky R4 Haselden Bros Garage. Farm ne jt i y Dust-Gun- rt -- ... '? l"" Coun-dressin- g ' e This Bank Knows You jb THE NATIONAL BANK Honor Roll Bank . PUBLIC SALE' OF e Capital 50,000. Surplus 450,000. Waa Necessary. Judging from frequent mentions In lunchrooms and street can of per sons who have "got wise," the American standard of Intelligence must b rapidly rising. Iloston Transcript. Point From a literary article "Nothing Is o saggestlv of a faulty educatloa Boston than lack of grammar A Case In I I Ancient "Chapman." j Fox Climbs Tree. , In olden dayi there was a merchant Another Of tha red fax's ncmmnllnh. who would Imv hi itnrvt In thn rhnr. ments Is his ability to climb certnln ' est market, load them Into a wagon.1 trees, where the Inclination of the-- i and drive about, tho country, selling! trunk and the accessibility of the low- - where he could.' He was known ns a "'"I'l'frry thut are practlmlly er limbs admit of It, says the Amerl-- 1 chapman and the modern natno Is do-- ! can Forestry Magazine. Ilia bclnj lived" from that word. As the mer- - "vertwnrlng. or that nt lent pnluce able to erfonu this feat often wives j chant'a chief stock In trade waa o' ''0"1 11 "u,,"l'r n"d full crop of fruit, itusplw hta life, as dews also his knowing how Jovial personality tlie word chap has! nrc nmv Mn,: deteloptil. I to awlin. long nennt n lolly frllou- oiucKiiemf. nun uewoerrie no wen wnen pianteii along u fence. - family. Kverbearlng straw berries, which wer a liouity u frw- - years ago, are now ptnnteil by thousand of gardener, nnd they should flnil a plare In every gnrden of the temp,-rntregion space w.111 where Tiiilt. Slrawlierrles, howeer, can fk grown under n wty wide range of climatic mm soil condition. The same Is true of the hlnckherry and the dewberry. Itnspberrle. tint more limited ns to distribution, nnd will not withstand the bent nf summer In the South or the extreme cold of the North. Their planting Is Vonflned almost entirely IfnilTule regions, the C.ntnil "n(1 K"'''n Mate nnd the Paelllc Northwest. Certnln vnrletle of the e PERSONA L mm Wednesday, May 18th At Ten O'clock, A. M. At my residence, on the Fall Lick Pike, Garrard County, Kentucky, about A miles from Lancaster. In order to raise funds to pay my debts and settle with my creditors am forced to sell my farm and personal property. On the above date I will sell my farm consisting of 142 acres, well improved, well located, in a high state of cultivation, most all of it in grass, and convenient to Lan caster, the county seat. This is a line tarm and well suited for all kind of farming purposes. The residence is new and comfortable. It has a good tobacco barn, and stock scales, and the land is suitable for raising tobacco and hemp. This is an opportunity to secure a good farm. Terms made known on day of sale. And the following personal property: T BARBEE'S KJNG, 3898 iitMa chM ; AwrWsii Klae i SETTING OUT NUT TREES Nut trees, micIi nn wnlnut. hickory and oak, develop a deep tnproot nnd few lateral feeding roots during their first year. They cannot ordinarily be transplanted to tho field ho successfully as other tree, so that planting the nuts or ncorn on the tiermanerit site usually I considered preferable. ll.rtlfi.ri t'blel IKrt sKI(wll.l! Itleketleti I In.iutr Litim' lirammk t luuxtttrr el KltHC I IMvtd HlyM lilt (JUMh JT !KI( St"""'Htesewsll ( ( .viiy NeWby S4 Jxk.ok. Jr. Ntll UyHmltlis llUklsndtr Uarbec's King is a beautiful rich golden chestnut with star and I believe he ha feather, sixteen hands high, weighs 1.U00 pounds. more style and finish than any young saddle stallion in the South. Has a ucck of great length, the best natural tall of any stallion alive, great Has been awarded fifteen first prizes at Georgel.nee and hock action. town, Cynthluna, Falmouth, P.wlng, Parn, Lexington unl Louisville Kentucky fairs. Unrbie's King won first prize at the Columbia Horse Show for best When you saddle horse, mare or gelding. tonsldcr ize, breeding, with great Individuality, no horse has a better right to sire horses for ring and park. Hat proven hlmsc f u splendid sire of extra fine colt and all of them saddle naturally whether out of Will make the season of 1021 saddle bred mare or nit. At $15.00. At my farm, one mile East of Stanford on the Grab Orchard pike. Will alio stand two good mule Jacks, which have proven to be rrcat breeders, at $10.00. At the same place will stand the famous Hubble and Kubanka' Jack, to serve Jennets only, at $25.00 for Jack colts and $111. CO for JenMoney to be paid when colts foaled. Wilt graze rnd care for nets. nares at $3.00 per month, but not responsible for accidents or' escapes. Phono 117. five-galti- d LIVE STOCK GROWING MUSCADINE . GRAPES Best Results Obtained by Training to Trellis, Using Three Wires Instead of Two. year old mare mules, 10 hands hlh; one horse mule, 1G hands One pair extra hiirh: one 5 year old mare In fold to jack; one family horse safe for children: one fi veur old Jennet and Jack colt; one extra Kootl '1 year old Jack. One 5 year old red cow to be fresh M .shouts, average weiKht about 115 pounds; two good Jst. of June; two good hellers ood 5 three-- feet In the ground. The wire should he two feet upurt on the postn, which should tie sixteen feet nirt. The vines should be set ut least twenty-livfeet nnrt In the row. e The muscadine grape will produce the best results when trained to a FARMING trellis, using three wires distend of two ns In training the "hunch" vaOne McCormick mower and rako; one two horse corn planter; 1 one horso corn planter: rieties. Posts should be lit least eight to nine feet In length, nnd set two to two Hicks cultivators; one 5 tooth tobacco plow, ono Disk harrow; one No. 20 Oliver plow; two brood sows, farrow last of month. IMPLEMENTS double shovel plows. One Hugy and harness; ono buck board; one brenk cart, rubber tire long shaft; one set of black smith tools. One 2'j horse power Knsollne engine and crusher. About 115 locust post. One share stock' in the Garrard' Ono 19 10 Maxwell touring car. Tobacco Warehouse Co. Lots of othur things too numerous to mention. Terms made know n on day of jjale. W.L. Cordier, Stanford, Ky excellent Sow Ration. ration which I excellent for sows with pigs Is corn, gruln und alfalfa. The hay can either be self.fed In a rack or ground nt u small cost and A Sale beginning promptly at ten o 'clock. ' . mixed with grain feed. The Central Record. Lancastei , Ky., Thursday May 12, 92 1 1 . a HOUSE CLEANING A TIME (. cn-uh- A Shattered Romance By WILLIAM FALL are yon ready fori!? t v to our store will tho many mi fciuri' iuiH Mhich you will noud in !it this annual votir rejuvenation of h'me. I Sellers Kitchen Cabinet The "lo Famous Kmturs" which have nintle the SKLI KHS K1TCHRX IHI. W.i.f lm u4 Why Hie .!iry Uld by thin mie 'iKintry tin in the Pullman br iikM to Jlln Affile eje Il.e ii Her ro'ild imt imanlne. It wn oi.iy Ktiew how derly he w:ii after i ioed il at h dlororeml the reus"!) It wa ti r tirllMWMl atnry tr ,un i Il wan MM is xt klMiwn tliat I liti ntlM her by 11. " ii'in de hum-- . Her married life I to lUr attention t ;' 'evil f' lre'i Ire pli-'liie- -- niMlal , ! Utg IMint-- i'f "ih timer. Ik t lh' (h m the frcil iular Jiurna twice, Imu at least teu tmiUin much talked so about are ftilly CAIMNKT intinnt to arni id.. inkful eiKMiEh AiiKeien ill fr"iit Jut h Ytni trnrelinc ulut 1 explained. Automatic Lowering Flour Hin, lhi. Shelf Kxtumlor, Ant Proof CantoM, Porcelain work Table, Dust Proof Mase Top. They are found in Combination in no other Cabinet. for w bet to a l- for the lrl f xiiuhirity which enabled Hut iime her real name. H Mill Ml iwn In Dan. FDFF I KLL NEW Thls wcek on,y ulth cvcry sellers CABINET h 11 Piece Aluminum Set. FDFF "LL And il'lt simple rountry sctrl Imd C"t .li with s..iu imh wImhm face 3I1- I are lmi mi Pirt Tyn, and lie its iraxeliiis to Denver. Mii t m-- hud I'HTi', W.MIvf that sin- - wm illtn-tl- , ' . -We her ami tlx' cirl had ICEBERG REFRIGERATOR AfeflflLflLBaA "Built Like Snfc." The Refrigerator that will pay for itself in the saving of ice and food. Overlapping Doors. Solid Knds. Hemovable Drain Pipe, Automxtic Drip Trap and Bird's Patented Insulation. 1 HUGS, LIN'OI.Kl'.M, FlimiC FUKNITUUE. HEI) UOO.M. PAItLOK AND LIVING KOOM SUITES, NEW PHOCESS, HOSrf AND ItED STAR COAL OIL STOVES. i 8 Tribble & Pickett Furniture Co. Danville, Ky. Sun- rax: Dainille's Largest Furniture and Hug Store. & 'of MUson, were dinner cucsts Medame!. II R. Henry and Mr. Kxtri lrf . I). A. Ilervey, and K. -. .lay uf Mr. ( Wood were in Stanford to attend visited Mrs and Mr Milton Ward. KHen Carrier Mm A Mr. and Mr. R. II. Ward were trie Prehyleria. Sunday afternoon. Tom Dooltn Mim Sara Suan RoKers of Red returning heme Sunday afternoon Mr. F.arl Doolin visited Mr. and abeut ft P M., near Kirksville, i?oinc IIouh? to makiK an extendeti visit Bailey Roy the ait week-enMm. j down a hill, the steering wheel of the with her Knunl juirenU, Mr. nnd Mr. Portland Cement, 'auto get out of tlx, and Mr. Wnnl W. C. WynH. Lime, Snd, j could Common and Pressed Brick. net control the ear. Mrs. Jewell Wallace and WilHudion & Parnau. Ward wm sitting: iwi the front neat, liam Ralrten went to Danville Saturin her arm. She day, from there to Hiuh Ilridtte nnd MMtrr Herchel Yantis spent the nnd lad the Thursday with James Milton Jumped out of the ear and sprained reprt n lovely time. day thrr ankle, nnd from all report it I II. Davi hn purchaetl the site Henry. Pendlotan, at Pleasant seem a miracle that they were not where the old Rett mill ttood of W. Mn. CaH nil killed, instantly. N'o one else O. Anderson nnd will erect another Hill, visited Mr. Kdd Hakcr ThursJin the car was hurt. mill there Price 1,260.00. day. Mr. Willie Honor preached at Car- Mr. William Harne lost n valuable teriville nnd (lileitd Sunday. He mule Thursday nlcht, death caued will preach at Valley View next Sunby colic. day morniitK and at Mt. Tabor SunMrs. Kverette Grew and babday night. Saturday with Mr. and Mrt. ysat Mr. R. (1. Weed and daughter, Tayler Helten. Dinnu ami brother, Mr. Henry White Iwby nnd HoazJey Mr. Mitey Life in n burden when the body of Athtntn, On., mortored to I.ouit-itl- e Saturday afternoon of f GUY. J Patrick. R. by 111;'.- 'nl. I her tin- - whole fnn. Mn' win ii rnii''br'it daneliter. and It wn the tale of a mom't'TMMi fnnu life with t dlitraellnii, ami the brll lir.nt nriT, Cliarle Monifnnl, fi nry she had raugrht while Ills tnmf played two iilctitx at the ctmnty And they were n If martini at iKnver. Wasn't It a wonderful romance m frleinl tlar'H''' had met of his nnd he Imil liH.I her to Ht still nml jnt to lo ati;nm. ami tw knew ih.it she w iMh: very wrsst to dlsotiey hint hihI lulk as she talkliik imw. Itut ClHnme bsnl s.Hne lir.pxirtiint liusiieN afTnlrs to settle In the end rar he said. Ami when, after an hour's the girl had timidly hmW to the end ear to look for Clan lire, she foiiml him drlnklnc. Then Ml linre found that there were tears In her eyes, too. Iter mind went hark for nearly 'JO years In n I'llle farm hnne In loun, and an old father and mother, ami n tmvellne and n man. . . . Well, she had dlsemeied nlioiit hli marrlact1 wn years slnre W. lone nflentanl. And It he hail eriwed her life. He must be Bai bee's King 3898 ' Dourbon Chief 97C Harrison Chief 1600 wle - l. z u X r Bourbon Kinf I78S I r An nio i 21UG I Daughter of Rich- Belts by Latham's Denmark 69 Klnc (Wllion's) siik King jDvIJ 1442.. elieu ' Kins Squirrel C20 a (.Squirrel Q ueen 2729 I Nelly Bly 2d 1 Dsughter of Stonewall Jackson, Jr. f Nobby 3G 1 Nell tiv Smith's i' iir Hllhlander Ilnrbte's King is a beautiful rich eolden chestnut with star nnd feather, sixteen hands high, welchs 1,200 pounds. 1 believe he has mere style and finish tlinn any younK snddle stallion In the South. Has n neck of crcnt length, the best natural tnil of any stallion nllve, great knee and hock action. Has been awarded fifteen first prises at Georcetown, Cynthlann, Fnlmouth. Kwinc. Paris, Lexincton nnd Louisville, Kentucky fairs, llorbee's Klnc won first prize nt the Columbln Horse Show for best saddle horse, mare or geld-ini- r. When you consider site, breedlntr. with jrreat individuality, no horse has a better richt to sire horses for ring nnd park. Has proven himself a splendid sire of extrn tine colts and all of them saddle naWill turally whether out of saddle bred mare or not. At $15.00. make the season of 1921 at my farm, one mde Kast of Stanfonl on the Crab Orchard pike. d tn-iiix- forty mtw. Mer. lby She tiik the clrl's hand Iwtween her own ami liegnn to talk to her. "Itut my futher would never let me marry an actor." exrlalmed the clrl. "You know, we folk haw strniici' Ideas mit on the ninche. And Clarence had been the first to explain to her Hie liHHisMllty of t lint. Dan.'- - Ix'cnn explnlnlnc Then Ml her view until slut saw the scared look that rnme In the clrl's fare; then she trleil to console her. And Jut then, Imppi'iiliu to look up, she saw somi body at the end of the car, walk-In- s rather Indirectly, ami hastily she exeusei! herself and hurried toward hi in. ; BETTER DEAD were Mr. Mr. vitr William Rd Graham wore despondent and downhearted. To recent euests of Mr. and Mrt. Frank bring back the sunshine take ' MoniMiHttt II. M. I.eur and W. A. Anderson, of Hubble. COLD Ramsey, Mlteca GeorKhi Dunn and Carrie Davidson visited Mr. Mr l.uln Spillmnn, rvturnetl home MonSaturday Davtdsen adn Mr, (iuy day from Ashland, Ky., where they nlht in Ijincatter. j had been as deJeinitos i to the Chri.t-tuw- i Mr. and Mr. Mnek Turner and Kmltwivor Convention. They two children were Sunday visiters of The national tnr.tdy of Holland forevrt repreentol Main-- church. 300 jmh, Itltaiifiumrol ail palrn- Maneo. Mr. and Mr. Mjlttnq from kiitncv, llvri unl urn The urndu.itiiiK clam of the Paint lioublr. All druftcisl s lhri Mr. and Mr. Wm. Lane and famiwill present Lick l!ii;h School ly were Sunday cuests of Mr. nnd tak for Mm Hn CM MmI.I "Hlcbee of Harvard" at 8 P. M. Kelly of Uneaster. Mr, lien Tuesdny vvenint;, May 'J4th., as the i McsdamiM Wm. Walker and James annual commencement play. As PAINTLICK MonKaion were viiitor for the day sistance will be renjered by some day of Mr. ami Mr. Henry Yater. Mr. Pamon U vWUhb her on,J member of the Junior class as the ! Mr. adn Mr. J. P. Foley, Mr. ami Mr. Will Pnr6n uwl wife. play consist of nine character. It acts, comedy In three Mr. Jou Turner anil children nnd a good Mr. Ray Gilbert wa In Lexington it Mr. Tom Turner, attended church at Admission 20 and 35 cents. Sntunlay. Freedom Sunday. I Mr. anil Mr. J. K. Klmore of Un-- J Mr. and Mr. Roy Prother and cbil-- , It Will Orovs. Monday, Wm. Meter, were visitor here dr-Democracy can never tie extended of MeOrenry, Mr. nnd Mr. i Jiu. W. Denny ha purclinitnl by force, a jou would lllm; n net oer Mr. Scott and son, Hilly, vkdted .Mr. nnd la new Ford Sedan from Roy a flock of MnU; hut cite It a chance Mr. Wm. Walker recently. and It will crow, as n tree crows, by Miley lloazloy and baby, Mr. Mr. roots the heart KriH.U of MhH Willie Williams semltns down Its lining Intotop toward Ollic Craham nnd little ion, Mr. It of humanity and grieved to know he has been the Jame Yatnli, vltlted Mcdamoi Mil- will be llcht ami spremtliii; It arms wider and wider until nil the persecuted ton Ward ami f. R. Henry Friday on the sick list. Walter May loft' for Ashland, N. flocks of henten And refuce henenlh afternoon. Van hoped he Its protectlnc shade. Henry Mix Lou Annn Oiborn had for her C, Init week, where it Is Dyke. Misses Mollie nnd will improve in health. guest Sunday Rev. Van Winkle went to Hum-sidKthel Barnes, Lucy nnd Nolle Turn-it- , Ky.. Saturday to conduct serDnysie RunelU, and Fannie Meri-ilf- t. vice nt that place Sundny. All spent ii delightful day. Trited Seed Corn. Early Yellow Mr. nnd Mr. Henry Tuttle, Mr. Barnes, Mesdnmo A. Drnt, Kelly Corn, Johntoit County and Mr. Wm. & I'urnau. Merida nnd W. T. Sami, Mr. adn Whit. Iludton Mesim. R. C Wood, R. L. Hill, Cnsey Naylor nnd sons, Jesse Mr. nnd Robert spent Sunday with Mr. W. O. Anderson nnd Kdwin Walker ' were in Richmond Monday. nnd Mr. John Osborn. been nl Sam JleaiJey, who hn Durham of Messrs. Hnrl and Orvil several week Jessamine, Itnymond Preston, of Richmond hospital for Monday evening. HryanUvllle, Floyd, Tom, Loyd and returned home I. w! ford of K. K, S. N. Ml" Marie Lewi llnrnc. Willie and Clarence week-enwith Merida, Crit Turner nnd Dan Hack, Richmond, spent the parent, Mr. and Mr. M. F. were Sunday viiitor of Mr. Perry her sulTrrer with pit-- , If you are Ledford. Oiborn. tillihl or blfrJInu. )ou UI eel rli npnllcmlun ol UU r.i. Uncle Sam's Army, I turn Ina pil (!uy Napier of Mr. and Mr. Wm. Clark nnd Matfur pilr iwl lutuU. ter Karl Clark of the Lexington road, nnd itatloned In N. C, Is here with R4r(Ml) ilikM tu.f .itLirt. SIJjO bv for a 15 day's mail. prvmU. Mr. and Mr. R. II. Ward nnd three friends and relative r. OIK, UH MHlKtoir, KsiImiUi, l;. little torn, Harald, J .T. and Carl, furlouidi. ttriu. is racked with pain, Everything worries nnd the victim become Mr. OMie Friday to attend the Derby and vi.it their iMter, Mr. Geoffrey Mor-Ka- n. I Nli SS MEDAL ' Uke." lie swore at her, "What ha do with yoilV he sneen-d- . The man lixilyil down. "Hello P he Mid, Miilllns stuhlly. "Hello I Why! Why!" SmUJenly hi far.' IdaisrlKil ami he sut down heavily upon a seat. Ml lure did not let " Id firm for an lustntit. she could not "Usten to me, ymi tlml ii sultHhle term n'f nddres. "Listen to she sold. "You know me. don't you? Well, you are coins to that little clrl In No. 3, ami you an' coltic to tell her that you have made I M you uuderMnmn a mistake. And then we skull U' nt Dry Ijike In the minute. You c't off at Dry Will also stand two Rood mule jacks, which have proven to be Will also stand the famous Hubble and Kubanks' Jack, to serve Jennets only, at $25.00 for Jack colts and $12.50 for Jennets. Money to be vnid when colts foaled. Will graze and care for mares at $3 Krcat breeder, nt $10.00. ' ih" per month, but not responsible for accidents or escapes. W. L. Cordier, Stanford, JOHN COOK, Caretaker non-unio- n Ky. It to ' nr. i ta Kit-ridn- e. whispered she now." "You c liourM'ly. "You know-- the nbductlon In labor circles, we presume, n Many a person misses the good laws of Oolnrnilol Yes, you co!" She wnteheil him pass alone the of life In trying to hog those crec of divorce would be termed a aisle nnd saw- - htm U'tid orer the clrl that are useless. document. and spenk. She saw the clrl start up, We freely admit that this is a Ray fellow who Never worry over the rliucluc to the velvet cushion of the Pullman. Then the train slowed down, boasts that he is K"inc to lick you nt' world, but that does not license us to ami the train was pullluc Into Dry stent. His cyet'chl is probably poor, becomo too cay. Ijike. The girl wu cotnc to scream. Mis Acne Dam cot there In time, snd ii moment Inter she was Clan-neMoiitford all oxer the car. That wn tho latest of the Dan tcumlnls, ami Mis Acnes' photocmph was imimluently displayed ns usual on the front ases of the newspajH-r- . from New York to San Francisco. MIsh Acne ntid It nnd smiled. Life hli Its coiiiK'usntloiiN, nnd then) I a letter In her hnmlbnc which she have rend sometimes when tlilnc cone badly with her. It I fmm a clrl In Tyson; nnd she relied that If the hn ruined her own life she may hae saved n not her. de-thikniK-klne Wedding 1 e, d cure had l'in taken to avoid any But the vlclhint eye of uiiachmulsm. Hie plcium fan could not be fooleiL raised The eiMrhantn's of tfie hiin-her hare ana. and one In the audience spoke. "A thousand nml one years nco, eh) I didn't kiww they THfcinnted Hiple In those days." On ths Arm? The motion picture wa a lavish Hectncle of a day and time deerlled with kurprMng nccumey hy the producer us "one thousand and one year nco." To all apenrflnee, lis every scene was n most faithful nnd build-lu- t n plica of the nml (Htiple nf that period, livery Kilns-takln- Invitations What I more sentimental than a tm1i1Iiii; tnvttstlonT Certulnly It Is not n riTP meehanlcal pnulnat to tx lediiled arounil to llif titaivst ' .Jilur. Cheap flnery Is senerally itlsappoinunir. 'ur woric is easily within rrach and we ha correct uuiiplrs tor every ecc every purcw. tlon and I 1 titi, tniravcM..nl Jtatloncra LOUISVIL.LH Complete line of Samples at The Central Record Office. htmnr-(hold- s, Take Ycur Chelrt Thlrty-tw- f Poisons. I ne iluriRC tl.- 1 1 t jtHlrjrno ;;ui 'tir ilte were In n United jm States mlone. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, May 12, 1921 Want to Feel Just Right? Take an JUST TRY IT AND SEE N? Tonight Uncle Peter's Tin Box Br HAROLD 3INCLAIRE A am or, rnlhcr, the sun tyid not thn iintnij for It shines bright and never changes, but kee)s Its rourssj truly. shako-sjcnr- c Poorly Arrangsd. tome things seem norly nrrangod. A man Is generally nhlu to pocket Ids pride, bet n woman who has more pride has few pockets. Iloston Tran- god heart Tributs to Good Htart, Is tho sun and moon, . amk UiUt Waalatay, lirrJ. jn M I, ft lUs trtil tsaraiat. Uil m yaVIt lul fhw. lfir" ' TROUBLE IS, lot f your sjstem otcrworled digntlte and cliniinatltc organ can't get tli! J. Pilla, nil,, salti, calomel and ordinary Isiatlm, rilKartlc, at)J puree cnljr force the bowels ami jhoJ the Jim. Natutt't JltmcdiSR Tablet) action thestomarh, liter, bowels and even kidneys, net forcing, hut toning ami strragllienlrir, thoe orgsns. The teatilt it lruuivt telici and teal, luting lncfit. Male the Int. Kemedy will ait iromptly. thoroughly, )ct Nature ! will tints nature to ni .11 , gently, that hat t'tme tn the tratue and is doing the work. ti 4UJ a. w .,t t tti .1 t.f t4 ma ft t mitit r, net-m- K V- is Impurities that jour iMcnly Til kft I'ausoiil" The oh hit of IIIIMde funii spoke 11m- IIU tin una onls iiigmuity. iltweheil, ami lili tnr illnlurttil, )miiIi. mil the hh'm'Iihi of Iimtiil. fruitful nne MeHiel to liue ao furtv tu MiWiif lit nuury mood. "If I miij make a mssfntlnn." ot even with lilin If It tnkes earsl'll lm it out with Mnrk script. Murderer Meld Accountsble. Tho commandment "Thou shalt not kilt" has an application not generally recognised. It Is this, that moral responsibility forbids one to kilt time, iirrll) Ms Satiai tr way It laSSmiir m mtiSrra'r . R Taa , ( .. It. 4. 1 a a ri sB2"M: af9 M c- . a ai I i v 7. J, IWI.MI) and raKOrwmad ly jrvr - it 4 tjai . a n . .m M r 4 IM rvvrr Sa. IT M TlSItt Jail ft. Ilk, t. lm . Tf aiae! "' Get Bo. R. E. McROBERTS, Lancaster, Kentucky. vsok S even is plentiful. iCtrin is una, her vegetable which is eppiftcatly adapted for this purpose. A planting of a few hills will Jellies. be of much help in putting up the id jellies. Housewives need noj worry about uual amount of jams a. No great difficulty should be ex Jelnext winter's supply of lanvs and by the gardener in growing lies because jf recent freezes which perienced vegetables since their culture n deer' use In fruit these hsve threatened production, according to J. S. Gard- is simple. Advice concerning varie ner, extetition specialist In vegetable ties may be obtained by writing the growing from the Collie of Agri- Horticulture Department of the ColLexington. culture. Fortunately theie are many ilege of Agriculture, vegetables which may b- - substituted ltecipet for making the preserves for fruit and berries in the making may be obtained free by writing the of preserve. There is still time to jHnme Kconomlcs Pepattmcnt time to arrange for including these in this year's, garden. The tomato is one of the most tvh'ch may be common vegetable Into delicious made marmalade. Either ripe or, green tomatoes of the regular planting or the yellow jienr or yellow plum varieties may be ; used. These latter varieties are bet- ' fcV Am..afaWF ter suited to the purpoe because of For Thras Generation their mild flavor which makes it adHava Had CMU Birth visable to grow tkcm expressly for Lester By Uairwt preserving. The husk tomato or ground cherry is also excellent in this respect and requires nothing exYAH traordinary either in garden soil or I BltlC I STCttl in treatment. Carrots make a cxcnillent con- vim,.. aoeitcTc HOTmiHoooi.tt.i stir mi Atuu, ca. serve with n flavor which is surpris- BiiDruiB Ruauio, Co.. tun. ing even to people who think they do not like carrots. If the United States and Japan The rinds of watermelons and can- compromise on the island of Yap they taloupes may be transformed into will .have to use a microscope In spiced pirkle so good that the house- - making the division. i Vegetables Will Make Good Jams And tt.fe will include tucm ,the supply of 'ru.t when InMiivmtlus coinputiUni. "1 il nt think I'd iiinke my life uilmUle ...rr u trttle, Uliy, lmt tHon tin ji.ii vmit tliiin vlmt The fitkontl u'i pit. Tohi Mr of old IVtvr IsmJmmiii niurrlttl to the ImiHMHuvnt gtrt in the district' "lUlif nlmuteil ttir oilier racrftilly. Wlmt Is lie or I lie iniiv-to me HJiilnM ihe only crl I eer loteill I tell you, Pole. I was rotitiiil or I.rllu iulliM. When tlmt liamlxime wife of tun- uiitie. nn )imi en Iht, vets In truui. mill I ivalUe ulutt I've loat. It about sett tne w f hi. ere Dawson linn stttleil iivn riclit under mr noo, fnlrly tliiuiitliic liN siutini In w Inning l.elln." 'I reckiHt It uih the only plnce lie lintl to settle down III. Ijicv). The girl IlkeU him lxt, ami iuiturnlly innrrliil him. Thej'iv tnMr us church talre." 'I'll 4rlu tin- - DawiMitu out of tlte iielchlor!ioKl !" mutnTtil Ijieey dnrbly. 1 or u )oung ii n with fairly grow- In;.' proMiects In hfev Tom Ijieoy was In mi untliatiktul uihI ilungirous ihimhL lie liml lilirMtl liW ime gtietMiiif till It began m tlngv ever) thing hu llil with iiiuluT hihI tragic glmxn. ntxl Mnrk were Tliey liad iH.th cuurtHl iri tl U4ia Dallas, t r laltily (lit- - little lail) hail gheii TtHu ln euuse to upMe he faoretl lilui hen flu- - iimrrlol the hwii of tin rholrt'. boueer. Tom felt bltterl urolieeil. lie rufttM-- to eteii tHKhe i'rti l4i)er ltoton Transcript. Patching Holes. Sifted coal ashe, sand nnd when! flour, mixed ttlth water, make an excellent mortnr for patching holes when Use two parts Die plnster Is broken. ashes nnd sand lo one nf Hour. Amtiergriv For tunny hutnlrfis m jenrs amber grls has been employed In snrenlotal rites of ihe church, and with fmgrnnt gum It was formerly burned In th apartments of roynllty. Tn some extent It was used as a medicine nnd ss a flavoring for certain dishes. Nowadays ambergris Is utllltctl almost exclusively In the manufacture of icr fumes and Ihe preparation of fins scents being first converted Into tincture by tllmolutlon In nlcoboL IMu. Ui? 1 hr llryantsville. ' Mr. John Sanders wasa guest, of .Mr. Frank Hroaddus in N'tchslniflllc, last week. Mr. and Mrs. Ilobt., Hroaddus attended the funeral of Mrs. Fullertovc at (Ulead Sunday. Try a sack of Obli(k flour today. Best at any price. We daliser In town. Iludion & I'arnsu. Mr. anil Mrs. It. W. Sanders and daughters spent Sunday with Mr. nnd Mrs. W. II. Outtey in Lancaster. Mr. nnd Mrs. lUht. Carter and family and .Mr. J. A. l'riithcr spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs. It. Z. Price near I'nint Utk. Mrs. Mnl Carter, Mrs. Herbert Whlttaker, Mr. dee. Kay and Mr. A. C ..Miles, ttho have been sick are Improving. Mrs. IE. W. Sanders, Mrs. Norn Tenter, Misses Snllle Lou Teater, Ktliel Ihiy, Lucille and Hope Sanders spent Friday ami Saturday in Nicho- lasvtllr. son spent Sunday with friends near BOURNE Mr. Louis Murphy of Lexlngten, was here on a business trip Inst week. Mrs. It. W. Thompson nnd Mrs. Curtis Sadler were in Danville shop- ping Friday, Mr. Wltgus Sparks sf Lexlngten, was the guest Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Sadler. Mr. Jim Hughes and family, of Valley View, are 'visiting hi jwrcnts, Mr. nnd Mrs. C. S. Hughes. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Stene and children, were week-en- d gutts of relatives in Madison county. Mr. Orenr Whlttaker, of Pleasant HUI, and Miss Lou Wla Doolln were Sunday guests of Miss Ida Speake. Miss Klva Jennings entertained very graciously lat Sunday evening Messrs. Murl Itrudett and Hubert Montgomery. V. C. ToWco Fertiliser Is Ihe Ust for tobacco land. Mature, the crop earlier, and Incroatra thai yield. j ' lludtcn & Farnau. ' Mrs. Mnrgaret Speake has return-r- d to her heme en the new Danville pike after several weeks visit to her son, S. II. Sjioakc and family. Mrs. Hertnte Quinsford, of Stanford, the daughter ef Mr. John llamm. was operated an at Danville last Wednesday. She is getting along nicely. Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Sadler had as their guests Sunday Mr. ami Mrs. M. C. Walker and Mr. Vernen Walker and wife, ef Xickeksviltc, Mr. and Mrs,. Charlie Pointdexter ami rhlren of Marrellu. Mr. Frank larks and daughter. Mrs. N'ermaa ThtsmsMon of Danville, Mr. ami Mrs. Tal Wheeler of Hurgin, Mr. nnd Mrs. Allan Sadler of llryantsville. - 11 Can You Write a Headline for Thu? 1 11 ooln. Foley'. Money and Tar U the belt known and most successful family cough medicine on the market and the following letter Tht Savior In Pretane History. h poiilivcly true and genuine Among the lilstnntMi irfnt'iion to Ssys "It Acts Lik. Mslc" Jesus ChrIM ttlilrh ure iintputctl Is o.nrinBii.nit npti'A la It thnt mntle by Tnrlnii Human hisCil w rit: "I Sit. nuik sl.n.r ,u,aku. iiIfms r tin- Chris lk. t,tr !! S.S.H mr taim.lr Ml I k., torian, ttho on sifr-t- '. (ims Ik. km l FUr' IImi J Tir. tians said. "The of that Utn4 Ii ni'tmlr lit, Bim.iii u mr iimi iki twine had btiii inin.. 'he reign U iMtkiaa m Ik. rmiik.t Ikal a iniai. witk . II WllM.ll Ik.,. kyMH.lMM by orW i.r n,- adminisof Mk, .r nrtrix In S.it ru nf k ,1 may he Smihmm, i. trator, Pontius l'P'. .l kIUIrtiinr Uit siit ill., m ,r twm ilrw ( ..- - . - Tllx-rl- found In the Annsl! - Antiquities nfjo'ep'.n. torlnn. who was Christ, but thin some to lie a forert ::- tn Clirlst , tevnt. Itef-eren" ! In thn IhIIi his-- , rial l.e ii4b with , tBSillr imaK 4 Irna t 4 aikaiwiM Wit rvrana Irtanala ,mI ikia mxLuuit 4 4 miU CMLcajt la 4 aa. ii.i.. i.L.1. al.akl. naiailm w, 4ft iMt cipav Satrv attal crtJ.t ! him m - i ilwlnrtil by the- - tHippy OM some oMttfyttuMe lni".t To the rttrprW of enrj ull that Mark mii auuntetl wua "the (titer lot," "ultli ull Uhtvuh," the ulll mitt. "All tliefevM" hua little Imletl n broken-tSunt- i eutlast', a few furiu iu. ul a snttt ksmHimI atttv tti-nun ilesitl at tin all pair. IVIer left Tom the IMg Itome farm BUCKEYE Mr. and Mrs. Jost Hill spent Men lay in Danville. preach Sumiay Itev. Price will , Foley's Honey and Tar COMPOUND CLEARS TUB THROAT ol phltrn and mucui.atops that tlclllo, opens lbs ir paiaara lot cader brcilbtni acd coata the raw, Inrtamcd surfaces with a beat-lsoothing medicine ; Olctlon. uimI ii tnt.. !. the affluence am) the ccommty of your diction; spare no ttenllh thnt tm cun put In. ami i,i. erate no that can be struck out. ThowMi UfHtworth tllgglason. No Room for the Incompetent. Much of the work done In this world has to b undone. Incowictency Is the greatest drattbsck to progress. are the most coMly members of society, ami always will be. That's why there la always a premium on brnlns and iklll. which combine to tiftiluce rnVtertry Htrbance He noble both In o, e I op. i.t (lit IVjoHNf - n: in v- -1 7 Two-Row- , An Accurate. Eliding Corn Driil Idjro-deI.vo- com, or tho amount of sikjw ycc Ret per ncre, depends not only upon ftaUandxvthcr conditions, but nlso upon the accuracy cf The number of busliob cf Fill acad plates lharr.oit accurate planting device ever dtatptcd. r' the planter. Tlw wctl must be planted right to jjt the lug jn: J. You can feel absolutely Covr.z in nnd look at this plsnt-r- , Kotice the ipsdal slop-i.- t: cir.irjc.un of he hopp.r uOtto.Ti a.i J tho Kced p'ito celli, whic! Tom iMWf ImiI ui lei i no Nile im nig tli rent to Ijittjcr Dole. It ui eurly pruc ultesi he imIv it lie liail men In liU oim.h meHit und un MTUpulous us hiiuvlt. They ullllnc tout at lit kclieiues ul lou rekenge. Its rorult un made ir) patent tu brute, Kitletit Mark and his luting helpmate, Leila, at hartet lime. It uai etetilng tide, and hunband uuil wife sat uu u Uinh under the old apple tree. "It's pretty bud, Mark. I mut she a sajlng. "Tho uhole work of a svusuu oiie! Dou't fret about It. dear. We UI beiriu all once ngalu." Karly lit the irlii at seedlu: time kuiiiu one had tuliipcml ttlth the Uelds. Some one had put lu mustard settl aud that of a tasty tteetl, and hud choked out the ttheat, outs, buckttkrat und rje. "Tlie whole lot Isti't gootl enough for iKtldlng," said Murk. Tte tot a chance to chop wood Its the forest half the u Inter. That will keep the wolf from the door till springtime, anyhow." -Ves, dear," said soothingly, "mid I can help out with some setting. Seaklng of chopping. It might not ho a tud Idea to get Ihe old apple tree out of the May." "I supjMise it will topple over some Murmy night and lilt the house If tte don't," replied Mark. Mark tried not to ihluk hard of dead L'ucle 1'i'liT. Xtlll. he had reason to expict a better shure lu the estate tl.uli he hud ret el til. More than mice Ihut relutlte had shown him u smull tin box lllltil ttlth it emit heup of storetl-ubanknote, with his own name scratched ujii the box. "Tho snow In too deep to work lu the woods today," ald Mark to Ia'IIu one bleak wintry mornlug. "I believe I'll tackle the old apple tree." "Ves, the fuel supply Is sonant hut low," answered Lellu. Kinnlly there wui a cmsti. I'lla nuhetl lo the door Just u Murk came tearing Into the room. !" he gaspetL "See "Oh, The hex the tin box. My naiue scratched on tho cover. Kxactly the one Uncle Peter show til me so many time)" In sunpeuse and wonder Ivlla staretl as the Imix wii plsct'U on the table. Inside was u letter telling ull about s It, anil banknotes! banknotes! e " well-tllleIa-II1 buuk-note1 ' meriting at 11 e'etoek. Mrs. I.ucsvs Hotter spent, Mr. and Couths that "tianc on" cflif Sunthv with Mr. ami Mrs. Hsyd Cay. j tht grip or "flu" art ttlietxJ hi Mr. and Mrs. Hilly Cetton spent' Folty's Honey and Tan Sunday in Wilmore with Mrs. Hill STORMES DRUG STORE . I'oor. ITrtt Thought In Drugs Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Carter and KV. LANTASTKK. ' i GOODRICH ReduoecS 20 Tire Prices FEE CENT s Effective Monday, May 2nd The B. F. Goodrich Company-makethis of tire prices to meet new conditions and to benefit all tire users. re-adjustm- ent THIS REDUCTION INCLUDES certain that it in bein plantvd over hoppers, ami the vnriabla richt if you use one of our John drop and sprockets that c've yos Dere No. 919 Corn Drills. This any -- c of nine different drilJinj planter is equipped wtth the distances without changing famous John Dovrc Nutur-- 1 Cell seed plrtles. Cttjour W of lAe milra profit ponlLtt from m'ng a Jthn Dttrm A'o. 910 Corn Prill thii tpring. i inurov cccu acy; tho tip Uncle. Peter hud selected a ijueer hilling place for the little fortutiu he hud put by In, ready cash for his young nepnetv. The Inclosetl letter set- tied alt question us to legal owner-ship- . Goodrich Silvertown Cords, Goodrich Fabrics, Goodrich Inner Tubes. You are given the full benefit of these new prices j "Why, tte ure rich I" breathed tuurvellngly, "I ultvays wus rich with such u tjtLsure us you; and now," ssld Mark tenderly, "with tin money to hive you luxury as well as comfort, I wouldn't tmde ttlth a Ia-II- , ' . right at the time when you are reedy to replace your old tires with new ones. Now is the time to buy them. Your Goodrich dealer will supply your needs .and give you the advantage of these new prices on your purchases. r Cnnrllnn 9. lifnllai' D Mother (after visitor had gone) Iloliby, what on earth made you Mtlck out your tongue nt our lutstor? Oh. rr. Mistaken . taintiiy. . .. I The B. F. Goodrich Rubber Go, 8 . deurl Hobby Why, inuvver, 1 It lo hlru, lie mM, I do you fewir'- -r doctorl rrom Life. "Utile man. bw Dtbort l.e wus a Just showed AKRON, OHIO. The Central Record. Lancastei , Ky., Thursday May 12, 92 1 I "Run Down" People Easy Prey To Serious Disease When you get "run down" It impurities, n vrgrtablo mcdlclno merely means your system In dis- liko which hnii nerved thouordered, working poorly. If tho sands thus In tho last half dlsonlrr tiny small, you may remain juat "run down." Dut If It Get 8.S.S. from your druggist pett worse, you aro right now. Then wrlto down rich t alck. us About your condition, Don't wait until your addressing Chief Medi"run down" condition decal Advisor, SIS Swift velop Into real Illness. Laboratory, Atlnntn, Start today toning your 0 oo r ir In. Woll send system, with an A- -l Hood you tnodlcal counsel remedy, to drivo out tf,o toe, Airs. Blanche's Make-U- p fly KATE EDMONDS Boots In His Youth. (Letter to New York Sun) What eld boy of today does not recall that first pair of copper teed boats? Those sMny cups were in first to meet tho many obstacles in the path of rhihlhfssil and Ihey conquered. Uppers and ls might waste and wrinkle with age, hut thne toes wor a cheerful MiHtenmice to the last step. Then dame tho boots with poliatted red tstps- No real hoy would profane those bright embsNlshhtenta by wearing his troussrs over thas. The troutrs went Inside the hoota, and the hoy, taller by sis tnchs. itrode off to school with head hnrh and mart a trond. In winter came the cowhide hoots. Thcso, well anointed with melted mut-jtotnllow. wero Impurrlous to any kind of .Uuh, mt If left wet overnight would often f reuse solid. Man nn old fellow- will recall hew he struggled In the morning to get Into those frigid coverings and go through the torture of thawing them out by the 'warmth of Ms eohl feet under the 'school benches. kitchen has IU bootjack he-- i hind the wowdbox. These jacks the dual purMMe of pulling olf boots and hurtling after alien cats. Now we nre on the subject of f.t-wen- r mention mutt be made of those .Sunday calfskin ImwUO The breed ,f calves from which they wen- - made must be estinct. No such black soft leather is In evidence nowalaj-- . Tholr tops were so delicately thm that they could not Mnnd alone but settled about of their length in glossy convolutions about the ankles. They were indeed beauties, tho shining mark of n gentleman. I J ser-jveone-third LWolsTpBKssrM CulsUsUiLSssfl sss ! Some people get all they ran and try to get rid of more tl iill they get. The foul, however, niver admits Ilackarhes are eommi n to people Ma identity, who do not like to wort In the gnr-deA thing what u worth doing at all k not always tone right. The allies are still allle I in an vlTort Yus, the world stWI wags, even If to give the (Sermon scrw an extra turn. the U. S. n longer "Jags." Some people have so many brains It tnktm n fool to tell a lie nnd n there I no room left fur cmmwi MMri man to ret nwny with It. Cracks at Creation. e. It is difficult at times to tell whether some people are hrniny or There, are 4mJowi In the Mtos of hairlsmtny. all peitf, hut the sunshine of a The fe4lew who gees out to kill mile will break through the dark- two btnls with tine atone hi liable to est of them all. miss both. wWi swaHcst henna I'eoftU reoosnsiicsl by Ihetr lack of art) mm MONEY TO LOAN on flood city property. Pay back on weekly or monthly Installments. The Lancaster Building & Loan ASSOCIATION. J. K. HOIUNSON. Incorporated. ...... President Wm. S. HOPPER, Scc't. & Trei. TititiinmiiiiiiniiiiiH 1 "Aceoladt." An accolade literally an embrace. The terra It generally applied to n ceremony or salutation which murks the conferring of a knlclittxax) or slra-lidistinction. 1 j Origin of Widow's Csp. Widows Mnru caps, says mie nutlinrl. ty, at the time of tlu Unman coiiim-- t of Kngtsnd. because they shaved Uielr brails u a sign of mourning; as wmild nut allow sherself to be seen with a bald head, lie rniiile herself a pretty rap Though the nrvosslty foe It tins long since Kied aay, the rap tUI remains. Wti) iln we wear heels on our Imhs? llerailse the snudal-lik- e footgeai nt omVn lime urn not adapted to horseback riding, ami when the tilth boot werv Introduced heel were put on fur the portse nf gtvlu the foot it good hold ihi i In-- stirrup. wo-m- Jesuits Brought Sugar Cane. Sugar cane wm lritnliirvd Into taulslana from Kanto Domingo tiy the Jesuits In 1751. The first rvflneil sugar was made hy Antnulo Meudcx In 171C. hut the first rvflneil sugar on a commercial wain was made tn 1701 by Etlenne IV Ikire. The plantations of these two (dantcr. now fonn a part of the elty uf NVwr Orleans. Sleeping Sickness. dlsngn-expert In their conclulons (in to the exact nnturo of sleeping sickness. Some forms ot "sleeping sickness" nre not unllkn brain feer. while others Imllrntn symptoms much similar Jo spinal Medical e I,,n llienlnrllll. Phralrlatia ..lil... against undue extKisure to llie Niltscnt I until mom exact knowledge, of Its causels aseertalneil. CHURCHILL DOWNS Thoroughbred Horses MAY 7 to MAY 30 LOUISVILLE Stakes': S.lanl.r. Mr IIHIUIt UI1KIT IIHT 7lk Churchill Downs, opens for 1721 with the avsurance of a memorable season. soune TI1K country i oldestyears of in point racing, cncculivc M.r 7tk Mllll W..U.,.M.r I Ilk tllM. IMtKU S.UrJ.r. Mar Klk SiwJr. lUlllil Never before have there been so many hones of htuh class quartered at Louisville's lmtoric course; seldom has interest in thorouchbred racine been so keen, and never, perhaps, has it been so wide-spread. IIJIKIT llti StlwJa? , Mar ISlk UNIKtl IUMU Salvnlar. Mar IM 3IJ.,. SHIM TIUl Mar 2SU Milk rMCIHtMltUMKtf Mlar. Mar Come and enjoy some of this greatest In the programs and (he for the comiort of patrons, you will find that the management has done its utmost to make everybody happy. of sports. Ijiuni l'enleo Hit In u comfortable rotklng ehflir In the hmad, airy hiillwny of her hmrn'. Ilateiilng Idly to the goy flmller and mushier if u group nf merry girls. There wero four of Ihiui .Willi; lay, lPr niece ; two courtli. AgniM mid frmtce. Wow), nml HlauelHi Vlnleii. tho hitlrr u tts. tor of Hie Wood girt. Mlmse luime Unit of Ilxrept for the of Iwr liuMmnd, llfo had been wry plinMint to the wealthy widow, .she had nil ample fortune and many thIihiI friends, and In adopting her favorite nJeen shu had nddiil a new Joy to nxlMcnce. Her heart wnrmeil as ln llstetie to the liretty prattle of NMh ami her companion, A token of Interest was nddiil us she thought of another ftirorlte Deslyti AliMire. lie, .. was an orphan, and hit tnoilier had horn the eloest schoolgirl frleml i f Mm. IVnsIi e. Tho latter had felt IhiuihI to Intereit her-seIn tho loiMly My, mid Mm had glreii him a good mllego cluentlmi. Now she was tery proud of the prog-re- s he whs making us n iliewlst In n nearby city. Krery sHintiiiT Deslyn sx-ii- t two weeka nt the I'emdee home, lie Has eiH-ft.-- l tn make IH nnmial sIMMlurlng the present week. It was concerning him that tho bright "itiurlrlte of young ladlea wero making so taurli milso. They all knew IVslyn except AIM Vinton. Ihen her dark Swnlsli llke fai- - Iwil glowiil. howeser. with Intenist nt n lght of Ids photograph, trinpon-by Nellie. mlyn had gKMl pnHNeta. lie was not engaged. "WVntist nil bik our prettiest, you know." laughed .cin-s- . "Aunt Ijiuni sajs IVslyn li snn-lgliig to carry one of us nwny with him." "Well, diHi't Halter jntirself, plain homebody sister of mine," retorted the mlschletous rrnnros. "It was Nelllo with and Xelllu will certainly l the fairy princess." "Ves," rcimirkcl AIIsh Vlnlen In her feline wny, -- wuli Unit cream ami coinpli'Xhm nf jours. Nellie, ontlnnry and MrtiHrtal charms like ours will stand Utile sImiw." "Artltleiul'" brldle.1 the Agnes, "Oh, on that score the reference was exclmhely to myself, dear," lllaurhe. "I confess to the guilt of it make-up- , girls. Come, Nellie, jou wen' so kind as to Invite me to visit with Jim overnight, nnd I brought my toilet case with me. I banlly thought jou would Ik Interest-il- . but I look mi dreadful when I get up In the morning tlmtJ-dldn- 't wnut to terrify you with rliy wrinkles of enre and cross face lines," Itlnnclie envied the stnng, henlthy. bright eyes and natural girl, wl glouing cheeks told of suushlne, pure nlr, n quiet home life and love. They had n great time of It as She lllanrhe oiieucd the toilet cnn showed them bow sho brought the cherry nil to her lls. "And at night, dean you ne this muslin cloth. It Is ii benuty mask. I saturate It from the green Now look bottle, I lay It over my face, and In the morning when I take It off tho skin Is clear mid smooth us a baby's." The next morning n hurry call came from Agnes, an unoxxctcd Invitation tn n picnic. lllanrhe had to tilt early. She left her toilet case liehlml her. Nellie did not go. IViljn was expected on the nftenioon train. Nellie ihiumiI with n finite as he observed the oeii toilet enso. Then she looked Into the mlrnir. "SupjKise I take my nap In a bounty mask. Why, I'll try It Just for fun." She lunched as she saturated the plea. Two hours later, Just os .Mrs. I'easUv entered the bouse, she wns startled by a frantic, scream. She rusluil up the stulrs. Tliere was Nellie, staring Into the mlrnir. Her Imsiu-tlfface was ruw blotches. A doctor was hastily sent for. lie onlenil n dressing, examined the toilet com, and discovered that Nellie hod tini I n stnmg add used for burning away proud tlesh Instead of he Imnn-le- s beauty preHirntlou. ilmt nflernooll there enmc n was domyeil statlug tlmt till the next day. A slight accident detained him, the message mid. Alls Vlnlen smiled softly to herself when she hennl of Nellie's mishap. Nellie told her aunt shu simply would not meet IVslyn. To her surprise her mint iipnrcd lending Dim-lywho had n bandage nvns bis eyes. "You run come down, Nellie, dear." announced her uunt, appearing In her g nom. "Poor IVslyn! While In Ids lalmratory n chemical exploded, nearly btlmllug him." Two wiks later Nellie's illsflgiir ment bad totnlly dlsapix aml. A few ilnjs later the happy IVslyn was ed ii Use bis o)t'. lie viewed his radiant flamrco tenderly. She told Wm nil about her mishap, and her learn nml misery ovir It. "'Cream and nchns.,H quoted the anient lover. MVi- -. Nellie, and rw nnd lilies, and ull things tlmt aro pretty and swei l Hint's you I" lt ltl. writn Mu.i4r lu.ni i 1 TIPDOHOGMTION itr. I'etit. I logs get heavy v.hi' v oti watch them if you feed "I'uxcilo I log Ration. This standarJucil, rucK hr mixed. blancd ration fattens your stock at less cost per pound than sny other feed. Keeps your hogs hca'thy, vigorous and thr;r appetites on cdf c. Good for breeding, son sand boars. It keep Its pcifcct balance of feed value keep vitality at ttam from getting' oft their Iced, ihc Kales show the dif. .'iut between Tuxedo I log Hat ion and ordinary liogfeedi. A- "The difference is extra profits for you. KtUtn h mail h Th Ecthl 6 OtnUl TuttJo top-notc- h. Ctmpcrrj, nwlff i m y. tk, TuuJo Chcp. Cil.Uuh. Ifhttn-iul$uppUtiamyeutlMtlJttlit. utltt ui ftt mmi tj r.uttil iiaht. Bu-- j l Tuxedo - THE EARLY & DANIEL CO., Inc. CINCINNATI, OHIO HO11S1I0M -- UlillMatl i lf PP-s- v Wa roo'i nr iitiiiiB d CHEAP NITROGEN Supplied 1K By Soybean ?PJ'n rl) Farmers can obttin approximately 14 pounds uf nitrogen worth about ST ORMBS DRUG STORE twenty-fiv"ents per pound or a total of $0.00 'rom ench acre of land ,nt a cost of 30 to iiO ce--ts by plant It's an old sayiRg that murder will ing soybeans in their corn at the rate out, but it would be more to the point of six pounds to the ace, according to Itnlph Kenney. crops extension to see the murlerurs snuffod out. specialist from the College of AgriMngland and France have unotTici-all- y culture. e leln, drcumet advised us that they intend seme Soybeans tlanted at this rate day to pay the debts thev owe to this usually yield about one ton of hay country. Our grandchildren's grand- pr acre, which contains about 50 children will be duly impressed with, pounds of nitrogen or n of the amount contained n both the their generosity. I t' above grr Jn I portion u( t ,p ir r foin'mg both thu .1 n ton of hay rep- roots an i pounds of nitrogen, resents about of which, or the .'!! pounds provided oemc from the air the (daiils grew niMtultM and costs the farmer only the amount necessary to plant the acre. The host practice to follow in re- -, gard to soybeans and corn grown together is to hog them olf or pasture them with any kind of livestock, according to .Mr. Kenney. This keeps s stock In condition nt no expense to the farmer iud also aids in building up the soil since the droppings of the animals contain 80 per cent of the fertility which vrtis in T!..s is returnthe feed consumed. ed to the soil without two-thirfirst-clas" issf sm.o-- o mm Yoa will find every member of the family loyal to the car. It is serviceable alike for all ages and all demands, whether business, family or social. Ths gasoline consumption is unusually low Th tlr mllMga is unusually high tele-gra- m KINNAIRD BROS Lancaster, Ky. xiri-mcuiln- ai-lo- Churchi 11 Downs Course Incorstoralatl Kentuc ky Jockey Club Parthian Shot. "I wonder." remarked one woman, "what thu other club members really think of me." "I hcsltato to tell you what I've sourfaccd coiupunlim. heard," said "If you'd heard anything bad, )ou wouldn't hesitate, so It's all right. n Thank )ou so much. (Jcod-by.- hr " llo-to- Trunstrlpt. WTT- - vfVJ 11 J 'I.J Tho Central Record, Lancastei , Ky.. Thursday May 12, mj nil he "Aa,y business man wants to In ten mlt.itr." 0. Hon. wick. M. P. Moil Mm Usually Do. Seeing l Ui'eWnc. but It l Just as well to tatte iiiothvr look'. Philadelphia Onl .Vol until after H man loses Ills tiratl does he realise that Iwn heads are better tlnm one Cartoons Magazine. Mead -- I 92 1 Brevity. on : The Warden's Daughter Classified Column KATES-Singl- I u 5 8 WHY L UMBER - 11 r IIAZr.L SMITH l- Tome tor Flower. The water in which turf has been washed UiftHo cooking make an excellent toHk tin- reos oim) geraniums. - When you put green lumber Into a building your troubles begin, and they never end. Potitivt Sources. force of writing or of speech mut inwe from oltlve sources anler. energy, depth of feel-la- g or of thought. Hlgginsin Tin- There is only one remedy, and that is a SEASONED LUMBER. jMHlhe Equipment. Sin-(- l Absolutely I'm h tantrum) cuing away to die (ihe mi! my toothbrush iital w) jMiwdet jiuff. Purls 1 Sans-Oenc The Penny Wat Lucky. Hot Springs man carried n lucky penny till It won- - n hole In his pocket a $10 cold through which lie piece. Arkansas Thomas Cat. A l't Human Esperlence. Human exerlcnce, like the stern-light- s of a ftilp at sen, Illumines only thi path which we have passed over. Coleridge. What Relation la Bureau! "The whole t'ntt family," potcnnlJ Ted. 'consist of Auto. Arlsto, Pluto and Henns the last the mot truly American and the best mixer." Doston Tran-crlp- t. c The seasoned product gives the only satisfac tory result Use no I We sell lumber that is genuinely and properly seasoned. It will give you complete sat- isfaction. Roofing, Shingles, Sash & Doors MIUL WORK. 1 other- - Leas Expectancy of Lift. It has been nntnorltntlvely stated that the expectation of life for men and women uhn have paved 40 has acttinlly and l steitdlty decreasing Bastin Lumber 60. Lancaster, Ky. Christianity's Achievements. Willi Christianity cume n new and n new order of ideus, Tasti were eulltiuioO, Manners re- hroMih-tietlned. view und nature spiritualized Artirius. rhll-tzntln- ' garlic Smells Like Onion. The kullm of the Philippines and Malay IVnlnsuIn ctves forth n strong nroma of onions, says the American Forestry Magnzlnc. vhlle the poo il'nllio of Drazll Is properly known ni wooij. Thafa RlahL A measure which alms to tritch the chllJren how lo play appetirs to be not without merit when the schools ire Ih'Iiii; ur;od to do m much that probably ib- n- not add lo the Joy of youthful life. Huston Trtui.crlpL Preserve Scottish Phrases. The Scotch nrlcln of many north of Ireland families Is sHowu by the com- -' tuou words In ue. I loth upeak of a burn, but In both SiMtlauJ and Ulster the phrut woe trvam Is much more likely to bo hoard. Call for a Conquering Hero. Man has ennnuen-the air. the In- dlans and the elements, and has sub dueil tho bear and other wild animals. There "tilth! to be Mime way of tarn me the auto, sine' tie has to live nlth It. Minneapolis Tribune. d Old Glory now rm on the Seven Seas I Ship and Sail under the Start and Stripes to all parts of the world i The Mind. There Is uothluj: so Hustle as tti human mind. I.lke ItuprUoticil stetim. the more It Is prev-ethe more It rises to resist the pressure. The more tve are obliged to do tin; more we nre ilile to accomplish. Tryoti IMwanls. Missouri Philotcphtr. "Most every ImkIj-- rem.-.ir. the kid In the old reading class who when he cattle to u word he didn't know cave u little srunt and went on. We've often Ihouxht be wus Minuter than he cot cnsllt for. U' not u had policy lo follow even In life. The chances are the kid wouldn't hare known u dam tiling about what the wortl meant If be hud stoped and had It pronounced. Must of us do ulve u little jrruat when we hit h mac In life, but not always because we don't know wltat It means. Ijimar Pemo-cra. L I can now travel, or ship your goods, to part of the world on American owned and American operated ships, flying the American Flap. American ships are modern, scientifically designed and constructed, new ships built for satisfactory service. American ships will carry you in comfort to South America, England, Europe, the Mediter- -' rancan and the Far East. And the further from home you go, the more of a thrill you'll have to see tho Stars and Stripes floating above your head. YOU President Harding says: xvhtre tee Jo not carry." "We know full well we cannot sell where we do not buy and we cannot sell successfully Operators of Passenger Services i AWalr.l Un. IT SUW tit, N.w York. N. Y. Rttl. ta Yokohama, Kot. Ilonirlorir Xlnctil, Rim,, for.. ' Manila and nj orri.lenillr Milton Navltition Co. : Bo. r.a? 81 ll.ltlmorr. VJ. Il.llimor. ta Havana, Tan ama Canal. Lo. Ann.l... h.o Franci.ro, anil Hawaii. Munion Sl.am Skip I IIio.il la VttiU Mail S. S. Ca. 41 Broad. ar. N. York. N. T. S..UI. ta Yokohama. Koko, ll.nirk.nr. Shanehal, Sln.. rorr. Ti.nt.ln. and ora.lon allf to Manila and lli.lll. U. S. Mall S. S. Ca. 41 llroarfwar. K, York. K. Y. N.w York ta lloutucn. and ltndon. N.w York to Ilro rn.ii and ti.nala'. Kmirrant Sanrlca to l.moa and Naplta. Ward Una (N- r- York and Caha Mall S. S. Ca.) font of Wall St.. N.w York. U. Y. N.w York to Havana and ttpanlih porta Vlso. La Santandar, t'oruna. tillos, Itilbao. Matching Up Sable Skins. In Ihe critical eyes of the furrier there Is a croat deal of difference In skins of mil mul of the Mime species, For Instance, it tuken hundreds of vrup, and able kklns to muke it li because the fur on the under side of the animal Is nlway thinner .bun on top, the aides of the pills must be tucked and sewn twui'tlar in many Miiall seams to cite the fur u uniform thlcknes. A fur ticmk costing thousand of dollars Is entirely the work York llra.rr til.. t: Nw York to .S. Ui KM 1. Air... j Montlridro. anil J.n.rio. ltu.no. . N. 11 Ca. York. N. Y. Mow York to I'orto Klro. York and Porto Rica S. S. llrn..l..r, N, Free Use of Shipping Board Films U.oof Shlpplni Hoard motion plcluro lima of four r..l. f r. on r. cju.it of any nnor, saatnaait.r, p.itor or org.nl. satloR. An Int.r.ttlo .durational plrtur. o( ahlix and Ih. .... Writ, for lnfara tloa to II, l.au. tlirwtor Information -- llur.au. Itoom Waihlneton. For Sale Steel and Wood Ships and Wood Hulls and Ocean - Going Tugs (To Amtrlcaa Clllt.a. OaJy) 8Im tt.am.ra art both oil and coal huri.tra. Kurth.r laforanatlon mar ta obtained l nt to tha Ship Sal.a nirltlon. Ills N, of export. Wifely Requirements. The Spaniards have a saying that a wife should resemble thrve things, and yet differ from thoxi same thltik's. First, she should be like a snail, which always wards Its bou.e, bet she iJiould not carry the liuuse with her whenever he Koes out. Second, she ehould be like an echo, which siwaks utily after the other Is finished, but she should not always have the last word, and last, she should h like the town clock, which always sounds th hours with regularity, but she should not sound no loud that the whole towu UIS V I. C. Hlrot. N. W, MlrMt. ton. II, C Waahlni. i For sailings of freight ships to all parts of the world, write Division of Operations. Traffic Department, U.S. Shipping Board, Emergeacy Fleet Corp., Washington, D. C luall bear IL Light and Oark of the Moon. Thu lis! ' of the moon Is the time ii r It from new tuo i to full tm.ti, and the I'liOVr seal. i Ih bad I of awl dark of (ho iikhhi Is from full to new tlxxt. be the the little otlatttn liaraMgl saw moon, or thronch the wnnlns erlot. ontalnlng the Money and the key. He trtiggbtl till the sweat puansl dewa Too Many Drfore Him. hit far.' Thitt. mralnc. be Kdwnrtl. retiinil ototy Immlnl awnre that it Mnall ihlld a watching wt oitlc. Mtld: -- Von will frmn th him. n kiri about Hve yiur old. eithate to eml tno artier nett time, i lllly from the muce mamnm. txecatise when I got there the ' "Cotno here." saM Itrewer boarse- letters were all C'tie " ty ami the rhial ocWyed "Io yM see that pnekute hb.ht Mmt seat! Coubl Sigh for the "Good Old Days." yH get II for taeT Jttrt Tuttkliis says he sometimes The chlbl stood WHlrhlNg IdlH, flagi-- r wishes w. could cot back to the old lit taotlth, half frighteHisI, Imlf Inter- times when tin nveraso erson was eateil. It was etttbllt tlMt she bad no except tliteHtl'fi of doing wUul the stratia'e not oipected to make a on hl blrtbilav or when he cot electeil t mi ii told iter to somi'lhlne "Marjorle" .MnrJ'rle"pnlll a clear voice from the cottage. A Mountain of Salt. Then the Htatigroes partisl and a Net aria contains u mountain at salt. clittroyed. ImllgiMiNt young woman, pure, solid and trnnajKiri tit. In Dim perhaps Hrewster'a own age, confrontearly days, when the Mormons bad to ed him. rvly solely on tbelr own re.ources, they "A cottvlct!' she sahl, ami only halt used Hakes from the motintnltt for telled her terror. window pane Instead of irlnss, "Yes," said the uwui. "I'll make a clean linnst of It. I'm Hrewster I Something Needed. ywt kmm Illiimnl Itrewster. "There Is some snut force lacking In who I am. There Is n (mekage timter this country today," an exrhanse says. that sent with u key that wilt uuh-'- k That's so, brother, but what is It T thin (Mtdlock, ami the hundred ibdlars. Frequently wn have thought that It'a I isn't roach It with this uHuchwoHt. a foolklller who will remain tenna (.'i t It for me ami I'll divide Ihe tautiey nently und actively on tho Job, Hov with you." "We delft help convict here," ton Transcript. the girl. "Seme folks in n't be bought. If they iirnM my folks wotiW Inconsistency. Aa a Christmas present a wife will l.e richer than they are. I'erlmps you Klvo her husband n plo with enoush know my father, Herman (truce," she brass trlmlmncs on it to start a foun added. j dry. "tlrtire' The bead warden!" And then she will mad It ekage "Then ymi won't gel that husband doesn't swear oft srnok t her for mel" he deHialHled. tne on New Yoarfs day Just "No. nor won't lift u linger ngalnt the man next doir has decldeil to joti, Htlier. tin your own way I've livear off. Arkansnw Thomas Cat, hoard of you and your thdtig. You HMir rroutiire. what sort of laipplness A Dog's Life. tiave you found In yoar life, you who A banjo manufacturer of South think eerylMsy Is for sale?" wurk, ilnsland, was lined for cruelty The thought was now in Drowsier. to n doz by keeping It on a chain, "Why I I haven't liad much," he stain, lie was said to have admitted that . tho animal had been chained for 10 "How long ban you ta years, and had been out only once "Nearly two jeatTi." during that er1od. Afterward It was 'Two yenrsl" 4e irlwil. "Si you found to be dying and was destroyed willing to HrehiiM- - two year of with the owner's consent. The maglv tiro liberty by a life of IgNomluy, htiHte.1 trnte described the offense as sentenc eery where, hiding from all, Iritallug lug n dog to canine tiena! sen Kudo. evitlng tu hear the Itoiie. Hluay step of ii ikiHile hi your beetsr You In October. MMir foibitv!" October 17 (ISVi) Koine of the He biing his bead. "I ilott'l know 1" othoaks are now n deep brown red; "NohiHly enr K)t It to he stiiMUiH-n- . ers are changed to it light green, me In that way before. I'e never met which at u little distance, especially I tloatgbt they were it girl like you. In thu sunshine, looks like the green Nil imt for the money. of curly spring. In some tree, differ'.Mis (iraie." be ald. "If I go baek ent musses of the foliage show each If I wre m jlme- - -- If I try to Ihe u of theso liuo. Some of the walnut decent life afterwant, and I lmo want-i- i trees hae a yet more dellrutu green. to soineilme, only I never had uny Others nre of u bright sunny yellow. eneouriuemeiit If I do nil these Nathaniel llawibunie, "America!) things. )uii let me couio to you the NoU-Hoday I mih set free and ask ymi to help me) Just lii tell me wluit to do? So Ihit I inn feel that I have u friend Castle Has Unique History, hoslih money " Unit of Ihe oldest and mHt fascinatImptllshely. "Yes." she answered ing Kngllsli castles, Thu Saltwood," near Jlythe, ha a unique history. The "Yes, AihI I shall tell my father what castle la over 1.U0 years old. It was you have tidd me." Ilreuster turned and plunged buck built by Olsr, sou of lleuglst. In ttS, and rebuilt by Henry de lUscx, the through the mangrores toward Ihe eon king's standard bearer, In uliout 1100. vb't in in p, the ball Jangling behind The famous Thomas a' Deckel's mur- him. derers met there In 1102 and laid new r'or use on stihwuy trains' their plans. During the reign of King John It was noli'd us Ihe resldecu of device enables one member of a. train crew In unnoume each stop la every the archbishop of Canterbury, car with a loud peakloif telepbouw. ' tlS.t.tH hough Mo frtiiiii) and friends lm 'iisKiwned Itlrhiird llrewsier wheti he was scMemed In ene the yean. In tin- Alalmnta iitilliffllHr) for forgery he had stilt etoHtga I nit swore Id hnse his i"enH' mad isssy for him. Al twenty the, the seeum! of old I'Her Drvwstor. Ihe millionaire, he Maidenly found himself bereft of ttcr IMmk that mount life tu M111. Tor three year In1 clerked In ihe warden's office, dream Ing of the time when he would be frit 'once more. He uniild obtain laoney froti Mi imrlimil.Hl o4d father, who Imd iIImiuihsI lilw. In spite of Ills jtlilinl.; he knew that bo rouM Uhi IinhII IiIhi luoitly ttMHimnd by thniilt iilipi; to imMMi n rtHln farts In imtn'ft enriy hMory. the Aflrr thri jours the Ilreuster In llNenee Imd wnmil uHli the clmlice of cmornors, mih! llli lwird whs tiikon onl ' of Ills 111") InTlll Hlld hlllpll off t Ulrttr In the tMrHfilliie mm at I'ar sliii:. Then- - Hh leirmr of hi. turned imue frlitol. of III. fulher. Ihs ulllint Itot old twin's knwtidi:o. tiMirhml the head war with brtlx-s- . 'lho only roMilt wn that m ll(t) HHind weldit whs Htturhe.1 I hi I to Itk'hard'i. t It by u ebulu on. wore more teual; atwi mi It raw j utxMit iksit ItlcbMnt llrewer found I IIDMlf HhMte IH tho Wmh. Hlth two h :;r.' araff. nlot only ;i tutte In tratet to tie laotar iMtal whlrh lay awMltlns liHn. bidden In the hhihmtou-- .. ullh flte liHltdnsI iMIsr under the snt nfxt u key that wtHsbt unfit. test the wd k of tho luilb That Halle uxre Imnl tntti! Int when otie welghetl Hfty MtMda his norm, hstt Klrbnrd tnsxte It Throiikii swampa and nut falleti trunk., nrxl ptMsndti. Inln MitleM tltu her be treed forwarii t eHHTIw at length. Ile.dlig hImI PmR, at the betid f the little (my It un lale after- on the hi Ok. Hast l4HI, II enttage fifty jane ittMaMt ; nad tb howt Jsst slum oil Him Max ttve maWTmex llrww eritavt nantlnaHd) lamard It. II. iiiel It froM H- - (itiaee Intn the shnl water. Theft he tttMieieroal ttaat. wh the lulu mm) tw. ball, he estasM Matt ea I W ' u H w insertions Ic a wLrii V ad taken for less thun Zuc r Na mis in this J in (his rolun-...... . column cnargeo. Seven lncrtens far tlie price ef live I'hene ordet must he pnij 2 prsmptly. N'o ia. It M.K.'K .a H ICKICMN HIM SXSJf M.a X XJAJOOI ! C Tomato. Swiwt I'tHata twge Plants for sale. Coy FOIl Ion SAI.K:-0- nr an J i Sander, oi l fr iii Walnut lanrr, Wardrobe Mrs f.t I1- c 3So Q. Wn. Smi il Your old tirrs and new. food ui lliow you. (.'.'S-l- t lukrs made Drlni lhm tn and let Ilrrndon A Jonot, jal.) SAl.K: pi.oi POR July potatoes a Irnstte) at jny res'deme Nina. Ky. Phone SdlP. It. BO per d d-- V.Jr Prafter p Ir t I'Oll SAI.P.: Kaar tia-tocaws, with yosing ralvtts. J. I. Hamilton k Iiarailer, VOU Ky low on DP.NT: Five raorn Hung Danville street Apply a' (ieorge Sn i" premise. i'Olt SAI.K: Creaas and Coal (Hi Stawe, (5 i-- alie ud as Mr. J. W S. S,,,ar' new K - pd.) i. r FOK ItKNT: Flvo rsMm with leardeH h rostaection. . Creamery street. (l-S- H Kst- - I1 St pd ) ti-- r ! FOIt .SAl.K: Cooal white oak frtertng. irate slalav bamiag and frarr. Isg any length des4rsi. Mike Itogers. Ijtaater, Ky FOIt SAl.K: Fire or sx bush i of nice clean Heasa Seed P' "ne Htntard King llryaatsx .!!, Ky SAl.K: M.leH cow, wc' Jersey, gentlr. gsMsd mi ker. asMssit four years old. with voung ralf. If yost wai.t good m t i w J. IL liowiswn. e. FOIt Wred tta' - . l I i sp-.e- POH SAl.K: Deerlav kmicr tn good condition. I'nee fSOOO. 'w hillside plows, good rendition. S.. o 00 each. and Phone 3h7-2t pd.) A. C Miles Uuckeye, K, (S-1- S Olrer Hiding Cultivator $65 00. Smoothing Harrows iSO.OO. Dur.n Corn Drill, 110.00, Disk Harrows, iSO.OO: Ijwn Mowers. SC. Garden Plew, S,1.7Si House Paint, 18.50; Cook Stoves, llt.,.00 and un. Oil Stoves. $23,00; Kcfrigcrators, at I2U.50; Ice Cream Freezers, cheap; Heavy field fence at 7H cU.; Huggtes fell loath top. $135.00; lluggie Har ness at cost. nts Paint-Pai- Paint J. 12 7S gnllun. ier d H. .Mount A Company "Many things at cost" Grass Plenty of (Iran !llue. Timothy. Clover, etc., for grating m lk uwi and horse nr almost any k n l of rjck. with plenty of ;:ood water, at Ity limits, on Lexington pike -- I 7t. a. it n,st r. Three Species of Giraffe. Dr. Samuel Johnson did not quit cover the facts whin. In his cele brated dictionary, he defined the gl rnffe as "an Abyiwinlaii mutual taller thnu (lie elephant, but not mi thick." Ai a mailer of fact, llieie are at lenat thn sjieclc-- s of glrafle Hh one with wo horns, long familiar to ti, and the that dwells in northeast ern Afrlcn, and shovvs n third frontal horn (In old bulls), V in the 1'i.nnda nrlety, with as iiiunt as the small horns on Its crown In iho second sjscles the Kilclns in ! network of, coloring nre lurgi-- r tin. .f u brighter chestnut than In the miry kind. pt 1 re" EXCURSION CINCINNATI, O., and return via $3.15 L. & N. $3.15 Sunday, May 22, 1921. Special train will leave Lan caster, 5:29 A. M returning will leave Fourth St. Station, Cincinnati, 6:30 P. M Standard Time, (7:30 P. M. Cilv Time.) For further informa tion consult the Local Ticket Ajjcnt. ok