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Numn 7, HOME COMING DAY CLOSING BANKS TO CLOSE SADDEATH COUNTY HEALTH IRISH DENY FIGHT EXERCISES Wednesday, May 25th. Mrs. Irene Preston Is Brings Many Church OFFICER IS RELIGIOUS ONE Members Out And The Local Red Cross Dr. Crossfield's StateLancaster Graded And To Attend Bankers Called. A Grsat Day At Pleasant Grose. 1 ra it YB Sunday, May 5th., win an Ideal day for an ull day service and an SPLENDID YEAR ENDS. eut-donoonday nival. Thli cer. The Eighth District Hankers Con. talnly contributed very greatly to the After one of the most successful enjoyment of the "Home Coming years In the hUtory of the taneaster vention is to convene at Lawrence' Day" at Pleasant (Jrovr. The serv- Graded and High School, the closing burg next Wednesday, May 25th., ice of the day began with Sunday program will offer its first number and in order to have a full meeting, by next Saturday afternoon. President J. S. Hocker, of Stanford School at ten o'clock directed R. II. Crossfleld, Lexington, on tho Harry Edwards, the superintendent. Under the leadership of I'rof. Paul has niked that nil the banks in the That the Clinic for Eye sufferers, Irish question at the recent meeting There were one hundred and thirty. Hoyd, and with his competent and district close on that day In order to to be held In Lancaster May 24th. to of the Kentucky Educational Assoforging efficient corp of teachers, the school give the entire clerical force of each Are In S. S., the women 27th., by the U. S. Public Health ciation, have been denounced by a ahead of the men In the contest that during the past year has prospered bank an opportunity to attend, which Service is to be a great success, is committee nppolntcd at the last I on. Following the clasi period, by leaps and bounds. It will be very will be done. The letter from prcsl now an absolute fact. The people meeting of the American AssociaX. II. Hatson of Lancaster, who was gratifying to all friends and patrons dent Hocker we quote: of Garrard county hnve been eager tion for the Recognition of the Irish superintendent of the school forty to learn that ail of the present teach, "Dear Hanker: to grasp this opportunity for relief Republic. We wnnt tho Group Fight Meetfire years ago, gave an Interesting ers have signified their intention to from and 111 have alThe committee is composed of Miss reminiscent talk. be among us Muring the ing, to be held at Lawrrnccburg, return and ready pledged themselves to come to Emma Ky., on May 26th., 1021, to be the The morning message was on next schoolable year. Hurt, chairman; Thomas this Clinic and receive treatment Walsh, Thomns Dolan, Catherine "Church Membership." In connecThe Faculty of the Lancaster best In the history of these meeting from an expert doctor, who Is em- Shoemaker, J. J. Dowling and John tion with the discussion of this sub. Graded Schools extends a cordial In- and to this end we desire to enlist ployed by our government. Local O'Connor. The alleged utterance of Joet by the minister an effort was vitation to attend the various pro. your enthusiastic support. Impormade to get an accurate roll of the grams of its Commencement Week, tant matters will be discussed, and ed by Rev. K. II. Hourland. Th workers say that there will be 1C0 Dr. Crossfleld were said to be mischurch members. The roll, to be' beginning Saturday afternoon, May by nn exchange of ideas, wo hope to The sympathy of all friends and ac citizens of Garrard, who have kindly leading. sre, was not completed but a splen 21st., and closing with tho Senior bring out much Information that qualntances go out to the bereaved offered to serve n lunch to patients The committee's resolution, which and their parents on May the 24th. was ndoptcd nt a meeting Friday did beginning was made. A few Clavi play. Friday night, May 27th., will be beneficial to all of us in these husband arid relatives Room has been secured where the night in the office of Mr. Walsh, fol trying times. Never before have sodded a little during the morning 1U21 nt the School Auditorium. best of enre enn be given nil patients lows: conditions, generally ,demanded clos service but they shook off their Claims Itecital by I'iano Department as. for a long n time ns they need "Whereas, the Rev. Dr. Crossfleld, drowsiness with ene when it was sisted by pupils of I'rimer rind I'ri. er working relations, between the Woman Lexington, Ky., appeared before the announced that dinner was served. mary Grades, Saturday afternoon nt banks themselves, and between the Dr. Downs of the U. S. Public K. E. A. nt It annual meeting in Thoso who had been members of the 3 o'clock. May 21st., 1021. banks and their customers, than at The death of Mrs. Mary Poor church and had moved into other Sunday, the present time, and we want this Hamilton, aged 80 years, at the home Health Service Is to head this Clinic, that city and took unfair advantage Hacralaureate Service eemmtinltic were called out to be May 22nd., 1021 nt School Audi- to be a regular of her daughter, Mrs. Hnllie Dunlap assisted by Dr. Kob.irt, of the Ken- of his position as a speaker to air served first, as the guests of the day. torium, 8 P. M. Processional Hymn, Meeting for the Hankers in Group last Sunday morning, closed the life tucky State Hoard of Health, and his views on the Irish situation and There were about fifty of them and Invocation by Rev. II II. lleurland. Light. of one of Garrard county's oldest three trained nurses. It is the sin- there nnd then did falsely declare cere wish of our federal government the question to be n religious one, they Included one whi united with "Columbia. Columbia. Beloved" It has been suggested, in view of hnd most beloved women. the church there marc than sixt-flv- c Doulzctti Viane. Community Chorus. the importance ef the meeting, that Per several months Mrs. Hamilton ns well as all local authorities that which statement was uncalled for, years ago. Each guost, and then Scripture lesson by Rev. Hudson. th bank of the Eighth District dr. had been in declining health? but up the people of Garrard county to make unwarranted and untrue nnd was each of the remainder of the gather- Prayer by Itev. IV T. Smith, An. rhtro a hoHtlay for May 'ifith. and until n few days before her doath she the most possible of the splendid op- calculated to mislead the teachers of ing, passed by the tAble and was sorv. nHincettiit. "Angel" irublnsielii. tho entire clerical foree accompany was able to be up nnd enjoyed th portunity. the State and those assembled there who perhaps had given but little fd a wll filled plate ami hot coffee Community Chorus. Ilaceahiureate the Executive Officer to the meet- company or friends and relatives thought to tho matter. tf desired. This was one part af the Service by llev. f. I). Strother. ing. Tilts meets with tho approval who called often to see her. Mrs, CRIME WAVE day's program that oil present en- Might in June Offenbach-HIl"And hereas said K. E. A. 1 a rent, of the Lawreneeburg Hankers", who Hamilton was barn in Garrard coun State institution nnd is no place for tered with real sesL There wore! munity. IlMteoVtien by Ilev. II. S. will furnish the entertainment, nnd ty and had spent most af her fou Hold in nmny compllmnU both on the dinner Hudson. a partisan ot tho doctors type to they will lie glad to hnvo us all come. sooru years in the county. She wo and the manner in which it was srv. A wave of crime has swept over sow tho seeds of English propaganda; lavout am) consecrate! member of ltoetul by liana DeparUnentr .Men. A number of Hanker have already cd. hardly stay evening. 8 e'eioek, May 21lrd consented to this, and nil who will the Methodist church and rotainml tat county. . Chicken thievoa visited therefore it. however. wn please make arrangements nt her membership at Mt Olivet, tho the poultry house of Mrs. Flayd Cur.' "He it resolved that we condemn niore enjoyed than the social hour CUm Day nt' Hoheol Auditorium before the beginning of the aftor Tuwsstay morning. 10 e'sieck. Wo once ami notify .Mr. J. M. HIrd. church she enjoyed m much In hsr Us and carried off her entire flock, and denounce the said doctor's state whistle, tawrencoburg, Ky. noon service, lira. K. It. Heurtaad, eonso ti Greet You." -- I.enl. younger days. She wan a constant consisting of 140 chickens, with the ment ns untrue and due cither to ignorance or prejudice on his part or of Ijwrmtrr, ws the mnMeager of Thi meeting should give our cleri- reader of the bible and eouW queto exception of one lone rooster. CUii of 1021. cal foree, as well ns ourselves, re. from memory many of iU must rioted the afternoon. He conducted a brief Recently n stranger called at the to both, that ns a matter of fact the PrpoWttttt's 1. Clyde Addro but impressive service for the td newot! interest and enthusiasm." ohaplers. She was especially drawn home of Mrs. Rcubon Prathvr, near question is not n religious one, is not Hottzelaw. as well as the newly elected uffWert totho, fifteenth chapter of Corinth Hyuttsville, telling her that a near-b- y iff rsgnrded in England but Is purely 2. Class Illitary Martha Ward of the church. Then, after must MANY CHANGES tan KM count repent it from mem neighbor snt wonl by him for her political and so recognized by the by a mixed quartette ,he delivered a Sweohoy. ory, wonl far word. Several months to come to the neighbor's rusidonce poople of Ireland who have by their 3. Claoi Poem iMnyme Stnpn. splendid, constructive message on before her death sho requested her as quickly ns possible. The man votes cast twice in the last three Since Visit To son, the "Problem of the Country Piano Solo Tho Uuttcrfly Merkoi James I. Hamilton, to read this then moved slowly on, and Mrs. years most decisively declared themby Virginia Heaxluy. Church." He rmphosuwl the fact Prather, believing her neighbor to be selves in favor of indcpcndcnc, that chapter at her reve and to offer 4. Class Oration Henry Moore. that the problem of the country prayer, which request was grnntod at in urgent need of holp, hurriedly they aro struggling for their civil nnd G. Chis Grumblrr Lucille Sutchurrh is one of the most fundamenMr. Phil Lyons, who lived in Gar- her funeral Monday afternoon at the went there, but on arriving learned political rights according to the same tal problems of our country today. ton. nearly CO years ago. hav .ML Olivet church, where the funeral that no message at all had been given methods pursued by the American C. Class Will Eugene Cochran. rard county The song service of the nftcrn'oen ing been born near Hryautsvillc, was service took place, conducted by her the stranger. Mr. Prather, upon colonies 130 years ago and that the Vocal was conducted by It. II. llatson, of Moixkowski-Spauldln- Selo Lovely Springtime returning home, discovered that the religious question Is no more involvby Martha in the city for n few hours yesterday pastor, Rev. A. P. Jones, interment house had been ransacked, n ham, ed in their contention than Lancaster, who lead the singing there it was In following immediately nfter in the having motored over from Danville forty.five years ago. The last of the Ward Sweeney. and J7 in money were missing. the contenton and right of the with his friend, Mr. John Nichols, cemetery there, 7. Class Prophecy Kuby Mae afternoon program was the giving, Mr. Lyons wns very much interested Mtr. Hamilton is survived by two The thieves broke into the meathousc American colonies. Thus, It Is Gastincau. fey the author, of n poem written by the assertion he made had of James D. Ray near Huckeyc, and 8. Class Vlrginln in the many changes that have taken sons, James nnd Clay Hamilton of stole twelve hams nnd middlings. no foundation outside of his own Giftorian one pf tho guests of the day and dc. place in Lancaster ilncehc left the this city nnd three daughters, Mrs, No trace of the thieves has been dis- brain. rfkatrd to tho old member of the Hcaxley, Commencement Thursday evening, county. He remembered then that Hnllie Dunlnp of this city, Mrs. Mol- - covered. "Resolved, that the said doctor vio"Grove" church. It was enjoyed by the court house stood in the center lie .May, of Covington nnd Mrs. Athn H o'clock, May 20th., 1021. Inlated the properieties of the occasall and especially by thoso who had at of the public square, but the only Dunn, of Danville. ion when he made said statement bespent many happy hours at "the vocation by Hcv. C. D. Strother. land mark remaining is the old brick Seek Advice On I .would that my Love Mendcls fore snid institution organized and Grove." building in the corner of the square sohn Girls Chorus. CARSON Bros. Conan and Jones, other minCommerce Board. maintained as it is by the State, that now occupied by Williams' plumbing Commencement Ad dross Mr. II. wc protest against him using the ocister of the community, were pres. eight business and A committee E, Taylor, Husiness Manager, 11c rea shop. Mr. Lyons recalled vividly ent and participated in the sen-iceCounty professional menof of Lancaster were casion for the spread of English many happenings which took place Announces propaganda that this matter shall be of the afternoon. Some one said, as College. .7 here in his younger days, ona killing in Lexington today conferring with .Ji Silver Kyc Cross Girls Chorus. cllcd to the attention of the president the people were still lingering in the Lincoln. on the square, being one that he re. Secretary C. Frank Dunn and other retiring president of said A. A. yard, "This Is almost the end of n Presentation of Diplomas, and Bene membered very clearly. Ho was officials of tho Board of Commerce and diction by Iicv. K. II. Uourland rfect day." closely connected to the late Messrs. The Interior Journal recently car. regarding methods of launching and I. IL and likewise to the notice of the The Masonic Hlng Three Act play, Sam and Henry Lyons of Danville ricd a good likeness of Stewnrt Car conducting n chamber of commerce. Superintendent of Public Instruction To the member of Pleasant Grove presented by the Class of 1021, Fri of the State." and now makes his home in Marion, sno, tho accomodating manager of At the request of the committee church these words are lovingly day evening, 8 o'clock, May 27th Indiana. the Western Union Telegraph office Frank D. Jones, former president of Admission 25 cents. Think dedicated: at Stanford, announcing his candl the Local Hoard of Commerce, and FREE, of a pair of Eatra Trousors We are back again In our old with every Globo Suit. tlncy for tho Democratic nomination Closes. D. Featherston, chairman of the Notice church home, where we've spent Anderson Bros. The week's meeting at Mt. Hebron for County Clerk of that county, good roads division of the organixa. many happy hours, County School Superintendent, came to a close last Sunday night, Mr. Carson is a fine young man and tion, will go to Lancaster Thursday ' For tho day wo have had in dear Home Miss Jennie HIggins is Just in receipt after a aerie of sermons conducted has many friends In Garrard who night to address n meeting of LancasPleasant Grove, gave us sunshine, wish him success In the race for this ter citizens called for tho purpose of of a letter from Dr. T. J. Coates, by the pastor, Rev. 1. W. Manley. Coming. far more than shower. president of tho F. stern Kentucky Large audience were had at every important office. His mother, was launching a commercial organization. We rejoice when wo hear of the Normal School at Richmond, stating meeting and much good Next Sunday, May 22nd., will be a Garrard county girl, formerly Miss Members of the delegation here was accom work that you do, winning souls that teacher who cannot attend the plished. Dr. II. A. Dawes delighted .Nell Mantis, now the wife of W. A today were: J. W. Elmore, W. O. observed as "Home Coming Day" at to the side of our King. regular Summer School In Richmond all by his presence on Thursday night Carson of Lincoln. Garrard county Goodloe, Dr. II. S. Hudson, A. D. Fairview. From ten o'clock In tho Go on with this work, ever keep on June 27th. "9 Is always interested in her kinsmen, Joseph, W. R. Hastin, W. A. Farnau, morning until four o'clock in the afto August 10th may and Rev. L. N. Thompson on Friday It In mind, and a great reward Is no exception in Prof. Paul Hoyd and John M. Farra. ternoon the program will attend the special classes, which start night nnd again on continue. Saturday night. and Mr. Carson will bring. it on May 3 lit. and will continue for Don't get uneasy, however, for a Lexington Leader. They brought excellent sermons and this case and wo hope success will When we look around, for many six weeks. Thesu classes will bo good dinner nnd a social hour follow. the were greatly enjoyed by all that crown his ambitious eliorU. old time friends, tear nearly same as In ing are on tho program. The old the extension summer heard them. Dr. Dawes Commencement is a bedim our eyes, members of the church, returned to school. Under the new ruling by of iiryantsville and preaches resident at Per. For their name are no longer, for State superintendent Geo. Colvln ryvlllc, while Rev. Sermon the community, will be the guest of Everything is in readiness for the roll-caThompson Is the your but they answer, all teacher ore required to the day and it 1 hoped that many attend beloved pastor of the Forks of Dix big banquet to be Rev. Ilenjamin J. Hush, pastor of of "here" in the skle. the summer school for five or more River them will bo there. Bro. E. B. given tonight at the Garrard Tobac the second church. You don't know what thin home week Presbyterian church at during 1021 or their salaries co Warehouse. About 125 tickets Lexington, will deliver the Dacca, Hourland, of Lancaster, will bo the coming means, to us who have will be cut 5 per month from the have been sold and several from a laureate sermon to the graduates of speaker of the afternoon and we are Leg. gone away, regular salary schedule. Teachers expecting a splendid soloist for the School, And we can't find word that will cannot receive an appointment Sunday day alio. Mr. J. I. Hamilton has recently distance will be on hand to assist in Paint Lick High . as launching Lancaster first Chamber of evening, May 22nd., at the ML Tabor thank you friends, for the Joy teacher unless they attend the teach. lost several nice young cattle with Commerce. you have given today. Haptist church. A cordial Invitaer' Institute, but if they go to the "black leg," which developed In his May tho Father of all, watch over tion is extended to all. summer school this requirement will herd without any apparent warning, each one, and keep us HI own, bo eliminated. Dr. Hush i one of the most noted The Teachers' Insti These cattlo were vaccinated against Deposits we should pray, livines In the state of Kentucky and this disease last fall. Drastic rune. tute will be held at Richmond on In this Issue of the Record we are great treat is in store for those Legion 'Till we meet at lust in our Hear July 4th. to 8th. dies are being used to atop the spread enly Home on that glorious who are fortunate enough to be pres. carrying the advertisement of the to tho rest of hi herd of 100 cattle. Visit Citizens National Bank announcing homecoming day. nt. W. C. U. the fact that they will pay four per .Mrs, Jeff T. Dunn, Lexington ,Ky. Good Tomorrow. cent on all time deposit. This Is Big The Convention of the eighth The following pupils have 100 per alr of Eatra Trousers FREE, District will meet In done In order that the money which Officers Some Tho Msf loo pvioo of o sU dawn la pre Friday, May 20th. Mrs.Nlcholasvtl! cent attendance record at school dur- - Legion State visit the of tho American ertlsed choice property Is being ad. I leaving Lancaster and Garrard J. II. Kin. Ing tho entire term at BryanUvllle: will member of the issue of th Record in this at Aodsrse Bros. county, far other foreign Investnalrd, President of Lancaster Union Price Doolin, J. R. Swopc. Clara Heidal Sanford Post tomorrow (Fri by I. M. Dunn k Co., announcing the ments, csn be kept at home, where (Moored fret my place May 8th., and Miss Ellsa Icon. President of day.) . public sale of tame next Saturday. Elisabeth Brogll nnd Wm. Bcrkele. it rightfully belong. Read th noPoland China boar, w sight about BryanUvllle Union, Officer of the The executive committee are mak. Our townsman, J, W. Smith, owns tice and give them a call. Executive Board will attend with a Cow Poas, Soy Boas, Caaa SoosL Ing preparations to entertain the seme of this property and ho tolls MB IW pewnds. Iikoroi reward. ' J.-W. K. WsWMMtor, LaMootor, KT, full delegation from their respective Visitor at the Hotel KengarUn for u that It Is suro to sail. Read the SMf Sood Cera foe solo. Union. Faestais. ad. 4k FavmsMi. lunchoe. High School Convention At Lawreneeburg. Although n surierer for many years, her friends and near relatives were not prepared for the sudden death of Mis. Irene Preston, which occurred at her home on Crab Orch nrd street In this city last Saturday evening. The Immediate cause be Ing heart trouble, but from which she had not previously suffered. Mrs. Preston was 4C year of age and is survived by her husband, Mr. U. G. Preston, but leaving no chil dren. She was a sister of Messrs, J. T. and Luther Raney of this city Sho was a devout and consecrated member of the Scott's Fork Chris tian church and when her health would permit, always attended these services. Hurinl took place in the Lancaster cemetery last Monday morning nt 1 1 o clock, the services being conduct Chapter Have Splendid ments Before K. E. Report Concerning Clinic For Eye Sufferer To Be A. Meeting Are Held Here Next Week. Called Untrue. Final Arrangement Are Being Made. Expect To RESOLUTIONS ARE ADOPTED, Secure ISO Case. Views expressed by tho Rev. Dr. eye-troub- Death Aged in. "Get-togethe- Taking Garrard En Last Lancaster. g self-evide- nt STEWART Clerk Of s For To Teachers. Meeting Fairview Banquet Tonight. ll, Black , T. STATE OFFICERS Of American Lancaster Post Four Per Ctnt On Time Records. Danville Sale. tor " Th Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, May 19. 1021 Lucky GOVERNOR MORROW Makes Plea For Educational Movement. Back to Boyhood Days By MURIEL BLAIR EDISON Scores Modern School Methods. Inventor Suggests Us Of Films To Instruct Youthful Minds. Strike 3-- 1 n-- 1 Fish Story. Vnnceburj; Sun "T. F. LUm, a young i on of G. II. Lilts, of Tannery, last week let out n pole and lino baited with a red worm. When he returned to look at hit pole he found pike fish on his line which a had swallowed a pike which, in turn, had swallowed n good-size- d sunflih, which had swallowed the worm. The sunflih was the only one hooked." (C 111, MMittn Nw.sr Union) "Ignorance Is n tax; education Is "l.uugs Inactive, heart Insipid, brain an asset." torpid," rvlurted Dr. I'lilletus DerrinIn Kentucky, where the Methodist ger, and lie tapjvd Ids patient, Kpitcopal Church, South, Is planning Thomas Mailt))', three lime and made to raise $1,120,000 as Its contribu- a mental note of a JSO bill for Ids adtion to the Christian Kducation vice. "Humph 1" observed tbe wealthy old Movement, Governor Kdwln P. Mor bachelor "generally liuy, elii row has issued an endowment of "Worse than latlnes, my friend." the appeal in which he dwell upon lusponJeri the not nb!c physician grae-ly- . the Importance of religious training "Your late suprs, lack of exeras a factor In education. cise and Indolent way generally have Governor Morrow, who is a Pres stored your system with prtons.M byterian, declares that the movement "Then get rid of them." suggested "should receive n most energetic Thomas. ".Nothing but exercise will do that," g support from every' serious re)iie. forward-lookin- g man was the MVou speak of exercise, doctor," snld and woman In the South, and their "What do you mean golf, support should be as generous as the Thomas. baths, dieting!" walking, need Is great. "They all help, but you need addi"Ignorance is n tax; education Is tionally a spur, changed conditions. an asset," Governor Morrow con (Jet your mind clear ns well a your tinues. "Ignorance is waste: educa body. Kee here, did you eer hear of tion Is conservation. Christian Edu- Prof. Septimus Gives and his great cation means not only the intellectu- 'jouthful reorguulzntlon' system!" "I nver did," confessed Thomas. al power of the people, but the spir"You will come back with your itual fiber of humanity. outh renewed. Then If ytw take my ChristUn Education is needed as advice, get married, and home life III never before, and in this great cause do the rest." those who participate arc at once the Thus It wns that two mornings later patriots of the land and soldier of Thomas Mnltby was Introduced to the Cross." Piof. Septimus 41regg at the doctor's The appeal will be mode from May efflre. lie found the latter to be u fellow. learlh 20 to June Cth. Six Kentucky great, llcrce. Mallby. old he spoKo. Tonmiv ehr schools and colleges arc seeking betTommy, If you're ready, toddle ter equipment for religious training "Well, with me. I've u few purchases along through the results of the movement. lo make and you can carry the bunright-thinkinright-seein- I C KEEP YOUR MONEY AT Thomas stared ns the professor entered n department store- and pur- chased: (1) half n doien slioolly kites; () ns many humming tops; (3) a .Ihtpii tmcs of marbles: H a box of - dle." HOME "ssBBBBVV I boisterously. fJoine of them were All of them wore knickerj l around like They Olllce Phone 18. bockers. Residence I'liotie 3.1, they llagcrly hoys on n vocation, scrambled for the doctor's purchase. Then Ihey hooted and frisked about Ferns which are to be kept in pots' llko mere kld. They played marbles, all summer will make more rapid J LANCASTER. KY. blew bubbles, spun tops, flew kites. they are removed and re-- 1 "Now, theu. make believe you're a growth if Corner Public Squnre nml jDanville Street. for one potted with fresh soli after some of1 boy again. Forget everything month but Just that." said the profea- - the old rooU have been cut away, I Centtnts Intoxicating. Find Pltssure In Doing dootf. and 'Ihomas was escorted to a according to N. It. Elliott, from the1 I Some people enn't stand pnwperity. mil i.m.rtn1 College of Agriculture. Such ferns i.i. - .. ...11.. I Great minds. Ilka heaven, are mentioned in the Bible, which pre. from It wearing a Juvenile costume should be set outside once every ten,11 ,,or" of i'l'7,Jr,!",i. M",cd m" pleased In doing good, though the unwan on a Transcript. grateful subjects of their favors are ... i t.. vented the children of Iscral from! like the others. ur ihu hwh uuu vjiriiijMcu i in I barren In return. Howe. Dig- capuring Dthshnn, near which city Thomas grinned and then laughed order to remove dust and dirt which I Sound Reason, some of the greatest battles of early outright ns lie got onto the scheme, hinder growth. ' Herbert, aged four, was Irritated by Mohammsdan Oath. lie was to play boy for a month. He history were fought. j the crying of sister Harriet, aged two. The Mohammedan takes an oath wtia -was hailed us "Tom" on the playny uoni you stop crymgrne his forehead reverently resting upon Btst-FMtn. Bcthshan is near Nazareth, close to ground. The members of the American navy i asked his sister with great serious- (he open Koran. Taking the book la the Mount of the Tranfiguration. a week Thomas Maltby had Inside of ness. "You must be sick. You don't stops, It has been uninhabited for centuries forgotten the cluh, late dinners and are said to t the bst fed body of look well, and you don't sound wcIII" bis hands bo touches slowly bowing his the book. head until It men In the world. "boys" went Philadelphia, Dr. Ciirence S. but- is believed to have had at least his uutomohlle. The awtmmlng. They played one old Fisher, curator of the Babylonian five thousand years of continuous his They got mumbly-iK-g- . section of the University of Pennsyl tory during which Amorites, Egypt cat, big appetites. vania Museum, left for Palestine to,ians, Babylonians, Assyrians, Scyth. upOn one side of tho report was n undertake what he described as one 'ians, Hebrews, Greeks, Homans, Ar high brick wall. Strolling near It one of the most important excavations abs and Crusaders have occupied it. day. Thomas caught a tennis ball that ever made in the holy land and the ' Dr. Fisher will stop in Egypt for came over Ita top. There were femStsT first since the beginning of the world his equippment and Arab workmen inine cries of distress. Then a ladPeering over It war. He expects to find among d plans to start digging in the mid- - der top npjienred. us n fair, mischievous face, half hider things some of the iron chariots(dle of June. den In u quaint .childish sunlionnet. the ball, Mattlel" asked "Do you a voice below. "Here, you, hoy," called out the ssfeslsssaaw rocuLih Mattle to the nttnnhhed gaTS-- ' Thomas "loss that lott ball out here, will your Then Thomas found out that the a A a Ait. hrlck wall Inclosed the domain of Mm. ho superintended the Prof. (Jregg, "girls' department" of the Juretille rejuvenating system. Ho get to thinking constantly of Mattle. They hnve a regular party here once a month." n "ly" friend told Thomas next day. "There Is music, dancing, nnd n sitpiier." "Ladles, tool" Inquired Thomas, hopefully. "Yes, Mrs. Prof. Oregg and her flock. The old life togs for tonight, thing you do next jou know. Very formal and digniYou remember those days of five years ago fied." get some makin's Thomas never enjoyed himself ns when your dollar looked like a big round cart wheel some its freedom from bite he did nt the function announced. Albert tobacco and puff away and and it bought you plenty. which is cut out by There were friendly Introductions and sU Ptltt Alktrt ItUgi, a pleasant time nil around. on a home mado cigarette our exclusive patented proctm Uppy r4 When Thomus returned to tho city tidr t4 tint. Well those days are practically restored to will on ess! Certainly you smoke W Aatf mt he sought Muttle out. He railed on her HM f li kmmUtt you as far as we are concerned. smoke cylinders! A. from sun up till you only hud he to tell her his twice, but mud I Ih m4 ttftitl glttt hmmi-4- tt love to win her complete acceptance slip between the sheets withmith tpmmf No use sitting-b- y and sayof his suit. mtitttntr t. We have made the most staggering price reout a comeback. Iteturning from n year's tour of I'll-ring maybe you'll cash this ductions on everything in our store and everybody one day Dr. Phllctut Derringer hunch tomorrow. Do while Albert is the tobacchanced to meet Thomas. The latter, is a winner except ourselves. the going's good, smiling, lrlk and Imppy, hulled him co revolutionized pipe with n healthy hnnitthuUo that made smoking. you never could We want your business and we have gone the physician ulnce. passing by! Such smoke a pipe forget "It Is plain to see that you took the the limit to get it. Now then if you want to save! coolness, You can AND YOU Jmenlle cure," said the doctor. "Yes, and uon n splendid lfe and meaey here's the place to come. We will pay you more-ish-ne- ss well, the only you use Albert a comfortable home through It all," highest market price for your produce and sell thm way to get the words empacking! a smoke "Wo live next door declared Thomas. phatic enough is to go to to n glorious family ulth 11 children, revelation in a jimmy pipe m the lowest price. We sell for cash. and we're nil Just like kids, doing and know yourself! or a cigarette! heme now to lly kites for them." bare-footecai-eret- IsBMuiT City banks are paying 4 per cent on time deposits and in order to induce our people to keep their money at home 5 2Eaaf we will pay 4 per cent on time deposits. Come in and see us. iifinlsE "H'ln! jou'll soon tlnd out." wns the gtuft rejoinder. try place at noon that day, Thomas ilaltby wondered If ne had entered on A dozen men as old or older asylum. than hlmelf greeted their arrival When they reached n walled ln coun- bubble "You must piovlde for, Thomas. Hi'. hao a lot of children to profenori" ventured AND (New York World.) Thomas A. Edison, who after a scries of examinations of college men nppliants for executive positions In his West Orange plant characterized 'the average college graduate as "amazingly ignorant," recently quail, lied his statement and explained that ho ills not blame the college for the fact that their graduates "don't seem to know anything." WE ALSO BUY EGGS. "The fault lies in the primary schools," Mr. Edison told newspaper! we want your business. men. "It does not seem to rest with the college. The minds of the stu- -' dents apparently have become ntro-- l phlcd before they reach college. The college could teach thm, but the 'students will not prcmit it." I Asked whnt fault he found with COMPANY. primary schools, Mr. Edison said: "They are repulsive. I've never R. L. HAGAK, Mjrr. seen n boy who likes to go to school LANCASTER, KY. STANFORD ST., will until they change I and he never their method of teaching. They' teach by word instead of by eye with the use of motion pictures. Some time ago I lectured to children with Maine's Famous Collttj. Two Famous Echo. the aid of moving pictures and they Kowdoln college Is the oldest seat One of tho incut famous sources of understood the principle in chemi having been M Is the "Whisper-- . of learning In llnlne, try I was Illustrating and would have charter! In 17tl by Massachusetts, V nU.e dome nf Ht.I.uU -- f stayed half the night if I had let, pnrt. thrin. sent oat '"sntest whisper or the sound mada and opened In lfri It has Including many notable graduates. "Members of the Nc wlork Uoard , , ckue of wntch rttUM1 , Nathaniel Hawthorne, Frnnklla of Education came out here at my ln- - tictly after Uie lapse of s few some years ago and when ends. There Is an echo near Ulngenl, Pierce, llrnry Wadsworih Umffcltow, Germany, which wilt toss a sound William I 'lit FesKrnden. Bargcant 8. they had seen demonstrated my prln-jl- n Prentiss. Thomas II. Heed and Chief cipic of teaching by the aid of mov. to and fro no fewer than 17 times. Justice Melville W. Fuller. ing pictures thought there as nothing like it. After they reached they must have forgotten all ubout it. W 0. RIGNF.Y "You could teach children almost W. II. DICKERSON anything by means of moving pictures. The Iiurcau of Standards in Washington could put it over. They could make several thousand films, send them to the several States, and all the schools would have to pro-- , ' cure would be small projectcrs." 10.000 Wanted HENS ROOSTERS ltry now, as the market is sure to go lower. Sell your Pou- Phoneus I HaiTudstmrrr Ice k F rota J"" . New-Yor- k W. O. RIGNEV & CO. Funeral Directors and Embalmers Lancaster, Kentucky. I CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK. Repotted Fern Will Make Better Growth.', i 'or, ..- -! PROFESSOR Starts On Chariot ging Campaign In Holy Land. uji i., d - Msh-tn- g. iaLLLLLLLtsBBtiv vfrcl oth-Jan- 1 aHi' Jjy, rPv ft WE HAVE PUT THE PllWPI? ilF VI mi u v ijiu VII FIVE YEARS AGO, BACK INTO YOUR DOLLAR lp9 FIRST that papers and hit for whatyou're flavor, such YouH enjoy the sport of rolling 'em with P. A.! parch i i I Prince there's P. Albert's delightful flavor, And, besides Prince u4 hi. all your it man-o-man,.y- can't figure out Prince that If such fU at it if for Prince it! WILL It's Becker & Ballard PHONE 27. MYAinWILLE, KENTUCKY. "Woman." govs Mho my vtr slon, "was created after mail," which having been made In brilliant remark tho pretence of a friend auffracette, she said: "And sho kept after him until sh Rsvlstd. let cnUst i mi kr K. J. K.ra.14 T.hui. C. WUt.tlB, fi.C prince Albert tot html" 5 , w Th Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, May 19 92 1 1 19 Shop Phone 09. Dr. urn! in Lexington St. FOR CANNED CHICKEN DELICIOUS DISH Cheaper and Easier to Can Surplus Fowls Than to Feed Them Until Wanted. EXCELLENT FDR chicken. The best products wera ob- PLUMB- ING HKE MCCARTHY The 1'I.UMIIKK usllatf fniif GtMtfMfi Ek. EMERGENCIES Lancaster, Ky BUCKEYE Mr. In taxlngton (Jeo, Hendren were .Monday. crt Carter W. M. S. met Thursday, Mr. Hub. leil the meeting Alfalfa. Rap Corn and Corn. Hudson aV Famau. Mrs. Kirby Crime, of visited Mr. Ami Mr. l.enxy Itay Thursday. Mr. and Mr. Jim Witt, of spent Sunday with Mr. Martha Anderton. Several from here attended the funeral of Mr. Irene 1'retton at Lancaster Monday. Mr. Tnlbott Jenkins, Mr. Mel la llogle and Mr. T. O. Hill were in Danville Monday. MIm Margaret Doty and brother, of Itichmond have been visiting Mr. and Mr. T, S. I'lcratt. Mr. and Mr. Hubert Carter and Mr. and Mr. IouU Noel, prnt Sun day near IlryanUvillr. Mr. Wilbert liny and daughters, of Newby, visited Mr. and Mr. I.enzy Hay Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. I. F, Ilrown and daughter, Mits o ra and Mr. Arthur Noel spent Monday In Danville. Mr. and Mir. Talbot Jenkins vlI near ted Mr. and Mr. Itobu Lancaster Saturday and Sunday. 3J, Broom SJ, I.an-cast- er tertained Sunday at dinner Hev. Trice, of Louisville, Mr. and Mr. Ilurton Sander. Misses Clady and Hertie Taylor, Atinn Mae I'arrUh, Mrs. Itobcrta, of Madison county, Ml Margaret Doty nnd brother, of Richmond and Mr. and Mr. T. S. Picrntt. Mr. and Mr. H. W. Sander en tertnlned at dinner Sunday Mr. and Mr. John Sanders. Mr. and Mr. Iloonc Sander and family, Mr. and Mrs. Dave Sanders and on, Mr, and and on, Mr Mr. Jamr Sander and Mr. Oatley llurke nml family, Mr. M. V. Sanders, Dr. and Mr, K. Edwards and daughters. Ar Mueh More Otalrable Product Than Old Chicken Test Mad, by Exptrlmantal Kltehsn. A veritable friend In need to tho bupy housewife U rnnned chicken. A few Jars of It on I lie storeroom shelf, which may be quickly converted Into a delicious dish when unexiected company come or when other emergencies arise, give the housekeeH:r a sense of preparedness. From nn economic Mliit of view, canning the surplus of the Hock I nn excellent Htn MAN'S BEST AGE A man Is as old as his organs ; b can b as vigorous and healthy at 70 as at 35 if he aids his organs in performing their functions. Keep your vital organs healthy with i7 fjii " ( -- M Department if Agriculture. How the Canning I Den. To prepare I ln Mnl for canning. It hntild lm ni re fully plrk nnd oil pin feat hern removetlj It should le then altnceil and wnsheil In water In which n nmnll nmoiint of haklns; aixln lint hien Remove the entrails, cut the tnent Into n fur fry log. nnd cnrvfullj- - wn-- h each plnv In cold water. The glhleta nnd exeem In testlnnl fat should not lie put Intn the Jam. Tim chicken may be pnrtlnlly cooknl beforo Ifelng plnced III the Jar, being either browned In fnt or tew eil, but the bert result have Imimi olilnllied when the uneMiklil chicken wan parked Into the Jars. Tho Jar may Ih- - nihil ullli hot water or broth, or tho meat may Ik canned ulilmut the ndilltlon of llipild. The hoot pnxl-ne- t lin reultHl when no lliiili or only n smnll quantity (nhotit 2 i to n pint Jar) wan added. The meat In Jars tn which no liquid wa added has kept na well as that In Jar filled ultli liquid, and ha oMsed n flavor. The following meUioil I, therefore, reeotntnended by tliv Kitchen. Pack the piece Into pint Jarn. A mtKli a n pound of chicken enn often le piickel Into n pint Jar. Two chicken weighing, before ilreMed, n little over 4 Mitiiiil each, when cm up for rniinlng will nil pint Jura. Tor example. Jar 1 may contain n thlnh. leg, Mlet of hrenst, and smldle; Jar 2. a neck, wing. leg. nilet of breast, and two with InnieM Jar 3, n saddle, neck, thigh, nnd llllet of breast: Jar 4. n wing, leg. thigh, and lireat Jar A n llllet of breast, thigh, 2 wing, and n lg. When the meat bus been park-ti- l Into the Jar, add n half teaspoon nf salt to each, iartlally seal, and tained from plump, well fed hfna lu testa recently made by tlio l.xperl-mentKitchen of the 1'nlted Htnte BRYANTSVILLE C. C Rcckrr made a business trip dlolel. plei to Lexington last Wednesday. Miss Mayme Rallnrd wa In Danville Monday a the guests of friend. Rev. Holder and wife of Ilerea, were guest Saturday of Dr. nnd Mrs. II. C. Rote. Mr. nnd Mr. M. O, Kennedy were the guest n few dnys last week of friends in Danville. Miss Margaret Robinson is spend Injr several days with friends in Danville nnd llarrodiburg. r 50 josd djarttfts Tor e tahle-njHMni- iiM-rli.- r Kn-rlment- ne Crrmo Dairy will make your cow five mora milk, llorsa and Mule Feed. Hudson & Farnau. Dr. nnd Mrs. Rrown, of Stanford, guests of their son, were week-enMr. R, P. Drown and Mrs. Rrown. Mrs. Snm Hose and Mrs. Mots, of Winchester, were guests n few day Inst week of Dr. and Mr. R. C. Hose. Mr. nd Mr. Hnltiv Watts and little son, of Nicholnsville, were week end guests of hi sister, Mr. Snm Montgomery, Very extraordinary offer Pair Trousers Free with every Globe Tailored Suit at Anderton Dros. Mr. nnd Mrs. Charlie Gosney, Messrs. Kdd and Merlin Gosney, of Versailles, were week-en- d guests of Mr. and Mrs. N. J. Gosney. Mr. and Mrs. Hoy Arnctt, Mr. nnd Mra. Charlie Lnne nnd Master Wil liam Atwood Dean, of Nicholnsville, were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mr. d Fd iuc tram one sick of GENUINE "BULL" DURHAM TOBACCO 1 Komcry were in Lancaster Friday and Saturday taking the county examina- tions. Mr. and Mr. F. W. Montgomery had ni their guests Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Stchpen Walker and little son, Eugene Carvlll, Mr. and Mrs. Eu- Clark nnd little daughter, Stone, Mr. nnd Mr. James Hamilton and Miss Lavnnla Montgomery. Gladys gene COLD MEDAL Tha world' standard rtmadjr for kldnay, IWr, bUJJtr ami utie acid troablaa sine 1696 corrects disorders tdmuUlaa organ. All druggists, Ihr sdtaa. Lm fw -. GU Mla1 H, irtf hM itl l- frit ! V it Stvtrino the Leg From the Body at satisfactory perliMl. C'liKken cnuneti In either the water the Saddl Joint. a horse bath or pressure cooker Is a desirable practice, a It I chenjHT to enn the product, comparing very favorahty Mrs. Harris Tenter i suffering bird than It I to feed tlitlil until they with freh chicken when tied for ore wanted for the ladle. Nor I It chicken salad, creamed chicken, chick with a rising on her hand. necessary to have young chickens for en stew, chicken pie, or for Kcnlloied Urooni Corn Seed. Alfalfa, Rap rannlnc for the older birds have su- or baked dishes. Seed, and Corn. Hudson A Farnau, perior flavor and unite a cmxl tex The chicken In n pint Jar Is siillt ture as the ) mincer one?). Tun-)en- r clrnt to serve srx persons when the Mr. and Mrs. Montgomery visited hens made n much tnnrv ileolrnhte canmeat Is prepared lu any nf the ways Mr. and Mrs. Marshal Hay Sunday ned prtHluct Ihnti n mentioned. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Hay spent the day Saturday with Mrs. William Hay SOAP SUBSTITUTES FAVORED INDIVIDUALS DIFFER Mr. and Mrs. L. L Matthews en Water or tcrtaincd Mr. Naylor Saturday night. ON FOOD MATERIALS Soapbark, Starch Llkaly to Bran Wa. tsr Arc Not Injure Mr. and Mr. William Ray were Delicate Colors. guests of Mr. and Mrs. S. N. Sanders Each Person Should Experiment When the nctlon of soap W likely to Sunday. Injure a delicate color, use soaptiark, With Himself. This community was much grieved March water, or brun water, advise home economics specialists of the Unito learn Sunday of the death of Mrs. ted State Department of Agriculture. Preston. Koa pliar k. although not a soap, when Food Specialist Say Too Much I as Ray spent Mr. and Mr. William Bad a Too Little Economical to heated In water wilt form suds. To Tuesday night with Mr. and Mrs. prepare It for use, holl for 10 minute Avoid Eipcnslvt Cut of a cup of the bark with 1 quart of Fred Snyder. Meat and Fruit. water; then cool and strain tho liquid. Mr. nnd Mr. Raymond Ilurchell A thu habits and conditions of Indl- - The "soapy" water may Ik ued full and Miss Etta Ho were guests Sat vldunls differ, so, loo, their needs for strength for Kpotigtug, or diluted for urday night of Mr. and Mrs. ilaily nourishment differ, nnd their food washing; half of this amount Is f Ray. tuhful of water. should Im adapted to their particular enough for liquid Is hrownlsh. It should linen Mr. nnd Mr. J. D. Ray entertain. irqulrements. ierun should Since theonly on good. ed Mr. nnd Mn. Henrv Rav nnd fnm learn by exerlciae what kinds of he used Starch water Is especially good for food yield htm nourishment with the ity, Mr. nnd Mr. Fred Snyder nnd least discomfort, and should avoid cleaning delicate cotton fabrics. This family Sunday. Is usually made hy adding tbln stnrrh those which do not ngreo with htm. Ton much fool Is aa bad us too lit liste to the wash water. Water In tie, nnd occasions u waste of energy which rice has lieen boiled. If It I Report of tha condition of and strength tn the body na well ns ' not discolored, may ho used Instead. n waste or nutritive lutiteriui, sny If It Is not deslmhlo to have tho material starched slightly, It must be GARRARD BANK AND CO. food sHctnllts of the Putted Slates rinsed In salt wnter. Department of Agrlcultiirv. While In Bank, doing business at tha town of Lancaster, County of Garrard, Stata tho eas of some foods as purchased, llrnn water, mnde In tho same way as sonpliark solution, Is useful with notably meats, some waste I un of Kentucky at tha ctoi of bustnass on 7lh. day of May, 1921. avoidable, the ecunlnry loss ran lie colors that are likely to fade. It docs RF.SOUHCF.S diminished, hoth hy biijlng lho kinds not give tmds, hut cleans like starch waste, nnd water. In which then) Is Loan nnd Discounts $.139,090.8 by utllUIng morethe least carefully than Is Overdrafts, secured and unsecured 2.ULG7 ordinarily done tMirtlon of whut Is 27,tri0.00 usually rlaed as refuse. Stocks Bonds and other Securities Much of HOUSEHOLD HINTS Due from Rank 21,107.10 the waste may lie avoided hy euretiJl Cash on hand . 8,010.07 planning so as tn provide n comfort-alil- e nnd nppetUIn: meal In sulltcleut Checks and other cash items 470.50 l'nlnt stains will disappear If ether Hanking House, Furniture and Fixtures 8,000.00 Htiiotiut, but without excess. If atrlct iTunomy Is nvsary, the Is applied on wrong side of fabric. dearest cuts of ment nnd the mora exTotal $408,375.58 pensive fnilts and vegelnbles khould cookinl tlsh with currj', Mir left-ovlie avoided. With reasonable cure tn .place In n border of cooked rice and LIABILITIES cooking and serving n pleasing and reheat, Capital Stock paid In, in ensh . $50,000.00 varied diet can to furnboVM nt moil. Shetland shawl mn he washed In Surplus Fund 30,000.00 erstc cost. It should not bo forgotten Undivided Profits, less expenses and taxes paid 3,383.42 that tho real cheapness or deorness warm soapy water, Just a flannel are of n food material deiMMids not only washed. Deposits subject to check $102,203.32 on It market price, but also on the. Time Deposits 82,207.05 It In beading n velvet bug, tdamp the IN dlgesttblo nutrients. cost 103.70 Certified Checks 274,004.07 shouldof always he remembered that design on the wrong side and It will "the Ideal diet Is that combination of be easier to see. Due Ranks nnd Trust Companlc 207.40 food which, while Imposing the least Bills Payable Sweet sandwiches of Jelly or 50,000.00 htirdeii on Ilie luxlv. k ti lit it lard If with exactly sutttcleiit material to meet It ! or fruit und nuts may often Total $408,376.58 vviitK. and that any disregard of such be used Instead of cakes for the a Halliard must Inevitably prevent lunch. a STATE OF KENTUCKY, COUNTY OF GARRARD, SS. the best development of our (Miwer. A tittle smoked Imllhut mt very thin We, R. E. McRORERTS and J. W. ELMORE, President and Cashier aad served with thin slices of bread r for Washing Blanktt. of the above named Bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement I ay should bo selected for and butter Is good for a light evening A true to the best of our knowledge and belief. meal. R. E. McHODEHTS, President washing b. ikets, so that they will dry quickly. J. W. ELMORE, Cashier Crush a few celery seed and iprln-M- a over the crisp parts of cabbage, Subscribed and sworn to before me this 13th. day of May, 1021. Soothing to Kyss. WW S. Hopper, Notary Public Witch hand, diluted with warm wa tioak the cabbage and cvlery seed In ter, ts very seouluf to palue-1- . Ice water for an hour and use la place My Cowmlsalon Expires Feby. 10, 1922, Garrard County, Ky. of celery la the salad. tira.lned eyca. William Ray purchased from Cecil Walker. one-haldark-colore- d Several from here attended the funeral of W. G. Jones, who wa brought from Colorado to taneaiter for burial. Mr. Wni. Hosslc and Oscar Carter of Ilerea College, were guest of Mr. Mai Carter and family from Saturday until Monday. Mia Ilemice Uroaddus and Mr. Forrest Noel were married Saturday afternoon at 3 o'clock at the home of the bride'a father, Mr. It. A. llroad. dui. Mr. Ilert Jones, Mr. and Mr. It. J. Chutbock, of Deimolne, Iowa, ipent Saturday with Mr, and Mr. A. C. Mile. Mr. Chubbork wa formerly Min Lucille Jone. of thli place. Hev. Frice delivered two plcndid aermom here Sunday. There were one hundred present at Sunday Little Krwinna and Kdwin-n- a School. Edwards, daughters of Dr. and Mr. Kdward, of Lancaster, favored the Sunday chool with n beautiful one, "Jeu Loves me." Mr. Zack Smith and daughter, MIm Mattle, Mr. At wood Proctor and three daughter, of Ilurgin, Mr. Arthur Smith and on, of Cornish ville, Mr. A. Calico, of Richmond and Mr. and Mr. Forrest Calico and family ipent Friday with Mr. and Mr. Lenxy Hay and Miss Nettle Hay. Mr. and Mr. H. A. Uroaddus en M 4cf mm hmHi4 LOYD outfit Is tisel for set tht-- Jar on n ruck In the bottom of H wash hotter with tiClch'tit liter to come 2 Inches nhove their top. Phki-mpint Jar eontlntioiialy for six hour after the water heghi to troll. Seal the Jura quickly tiMin remolng from tlie holl er, or If Jura fastened by it spring lire iixil. force the spring Into iolthin while tho Jar are still limnerv-il- , After senllug Invert the Jam to test for leak white rooting. Rcducts Time of Process. cooker Is umi! If n the lengtli of time run be greatly reduced I'lfteen Miund' pressure for one hour has Ixvti found a safe and water-hat- proei1. If a the , Newton Gosney. Mrs. C. K. Rroosheer, boro, Mrs. John Chestnut Mrs. I a urn Crimes, of Mrs. Joe Skinner ami -- s Pretty Custom of ths Past. of Middles. It was tho custom of the anclenU of Danville, to bury the young at morning twiLexingtRon, light ; for. as they strove to give the Mrs. Leslie softest Interpretation to death, they Rruner were dinner guests Friday of Imagined thnt Aurora, who loved tha young, bad Mnlen them to ber Mr. W. R. Cunningham. Mrs. J. II. Ruble of Danville, Mrs. W. A. Dirkerson and Mits Kntie Ilarne Dickerson nnd Mr. Letcher glni-toppe- nteam-iresiir- e No Question at All. According to Doctor Waller, "the, Christopher, of Lancaster, were emotive response" Is found tn the palm visitors Sunday of Square Logan Ison of the band and the sole of the foot. Everyone who lins had experience ot who has been on the sick list but Is railway porters or iotentlal father-Isome better nt this writing. taws agree. Passing will readily Rev. A. P. Jones, of Wilmore, ac Show, London. companied Rev. Geo. S. Connnt nnd Life Otttlng Mora Compltx. family and delivered two excellent An Ohio physician declares that tha M. E. church Sunday, length sermons nt the of a woman's second toe Inboth morning and evening nnd were dicates her disposition, and ho warns dinner guests of Square Logan Ison us against women with long ones. and Mix Eliza M. Ison. What the dickens Must the fellow who goes courting carry along an machine? lloston Transcript n 1 BOURNE y Look at Things Calmly. Much depend on personal attitude. One who I antagonistic to or prejudiced against a thing falls to get what good there may be In It. One who Is la a "receptive mood" generally obtains the roost benefit. Men cheat them improving. selves oftener than they are cheated Miss Ola Doolin of Marccllus was by others. guest of Miss the attractive week-en- d Cross on Fox' Back. Lou Ella Doolin. The American red fox Is found la Miss Ida Speakc spent n few hours many localities from Canada to Geor- Saturday with her parents, Mr. nnd I ea aml westward to the great plains. ays the American Forestry Maga-tinMrs. S. II. Spenkc. When It exhibits a dark cross Genuine Burley Tobacco Fertiliser on the back and shoulders. It Is known matures the crop earlier, increases s tho Cross fox, and when tha the yield. Hudson cV Farnau. animal Is all black with a white-tippeMatter Clifton Montgomery spent tall, It Is called the lllack fox. the week-en- d with his sister, Mrs. Sugar Once Considered Medicine, Stephen Wnlker of Lexington pike. Sugar was ot first sold by apotheMisses Ida Spcake and Messrs. caries, both as a medicine and as a Abner Ray and Orenr Whlttnker at- thing to sweeten and make other medtended the services nt MU Hebron icines more palatable, for In those days a medicine which was not bitter Sunday night. and nauseous was not considered efMisses Christine Speakc, Josephine fective. The sugar habit grew on peo HulTman, Elva Jennings nnd Messrs. ple, tho production was stimulated nnd Hubert nnd Wnlker, Wilbert. Mont- - today tho whole world uses It as food-F. W. Montgomery hns been quite ill, but has Improved somewhat now. Mrs. Roy Spivey, who has been very ill with pneumonin I slowly Mr. e. THE TRUST BARGAINS AT HOME .................... ................................... ............... . . . ::xxo:o:xc:o:::o:x. Why leave your home town to find bargains when we will give you as much for your dollar as you can get elsewhere, because money looks just as good to us as it does to the other fellow. Trade with your friends. Watch this ad each week and you will find thnt we mean what we say. 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-$3.0- 0 Men's $6.25 Heavy Work Shoes, $3.50 Men's $8.00 Dress Shoes, now. Ladies' $12.50 Dress Shoes, now-$6.Ladies' $9.00 Oxfords, now, $5.00 .00 ........ .......... con-serv- o 25 All others reduced accordingly. Come and get them. bri) as Noah Marsee. Jr. General Merchandise Bryantsville, Ky. V I1' - i m :v. Th Central Record, Lancaster, Ky.. Thursday, May 19, 92 1 1 r 1 BajajaaaBBar mmmm smmaw sssssaw eeaLealfaT I I I 4 I ( I I With every "NEEDLE MOLDED" SUIT, OR COAT AND TROUSERS, THE nati, authorizes us to maks this offer. 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 GRADUATING An Extra Pair FREE Of Trousers ordinary and Finely Tailored Clothes. CLASS -- auv oamesaeBW huhv aaaaaiv GLOBE TAILORING COMPANY, of Cincinyou NOTHING and doubles the life and service or from any other pattern of same range. CONSIDER A FINE SERGE SUIT AND PAIR EXTRA STRIPED TROUSERS FREE 2 SUITS IN 1 Lancaster, PAINT LICK Have you read the Francis ANDERSON BROS. Smith tives here part of last week. Mrs. Warren will be remembered here ns Miss Stella McWhorter. Mr. and Mrs. Foley entertained Sunday the following: Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Urownlng, Mr. and Mrs. W. K. lirowning, Mr. and Mrs. Ike Drowning, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ambrose and daughter, Miss Gracia. Dr. J. W. Maupln died Monday morning about 5:30, age 89 yean. Although a resident of Madison county and living near White's Station, he had many friends and relatives in and near Paint Lick. Burial took place at Richmond Wednesday. Dr. and Mrs. Wallingford nnd baby Mr. ami Mrs. S. J. Bagby, Mis Mr. and Mrs. Joe James and Mrs. Ada Ely, of Paris, Mrs. R. J. Skaggs and children and Robt. I.edford, Jr., were dinner guests of Mrs. Martha Ely and daughter, Miss Kate Sunday. .. Miss Margaret Scott and Mr. Tcat- er, of near Lancaster, were united in marriage on the 11th., in Stanford at the home of the Methodist minister. After a hort trip to Lexington and other points they will be at home to their friends at his home near Lancaster. Their many friends wish for them a long and happy life. Mr. nnd .Mrs. A. B. Wynn entertained the employes of the post office Tuesday at supper. The following enjoyed the hospitality of Mr. and Mrs. Wynn: Mr. and Mrs. X. M. Burgess and children, Mr. and Mrs. Tho. Logsdon nnd children, Messrs. Willie Rogers and William Coldwell and Misses Cora Bryant and Ava McWhorter. Paint Lick High School announces Commencement Exercises at the School Auditorium Thursday evening May 20th., at 8 o'clock. Prof. E. F. Farguhar, Department of English University of Kentucky will addrcM the graduates on "Education and Claims of Literature." The Some recipients of the honors of the evening are Estclla West, Grace Hall, Beulah I.edford, Cynthia Prewltt and miss Rodney Ralston. Don't the Commencement play on Tuesday evening, May 24th. as it Is a good three act comedy. Mc-Cla- in, Kentucky. WOLF TRAIL Mr. Elmer Ray has been on the sick list. Mrs. Abe Burton spent the week- ad? Kcv. N II. Young returned from Paris Monday. Mrs. Charlie Friend I in Danville with her sister, who is ill. Mr. William Ralston was a visitor in Georgetown last Thursday. Miss Sadie Italston of Georgetown College, spent the week-en- d at home. A pair of Tailored Trouiers FREE Anderson Broi. al Mrs. Van Winkle and children visited friends in Bcrea Wednesday night. Mr. II. J. Chestnut and family were guests of friends in Lancaster Sunday. was the Edward Miss Deulah guest Monday night of Miss Elizabeth Coner. Misses Fannie Dowdcn and Marie with I.edford spent the week-en- d friends In Bcrea. the Rev. Van Winkle attended Sunday School Convention at Jclllco,, Ten., the past week. MissionMiss Abbott, a relumed ary from India, lectured at Walnutta church Sunday morning. and Misses Kcllog, of Richmond, Allen, of Lexington were In Paint Lick on business Monday. 16 per cent Acid Phoiphate fertiliser for corn land. Hudson & Farnau. Rev. and Mrs. Skaggs and chlildren Mr. Morris Todd and Fred Hall were In Danville Wednesday shopping. Rev. C. A. Vanwlnkle filled his regular appointment at Little Hick, man, near Nicholasville, Sunday. Don't forget the Senior claw play Tuesday night, May 24th., at the School Auditorium Highbcc Harvard. Mrs. Fred Hall and son, William, spent the latter part of the week in Frankfort and Sonisvlllc with rela. end with relatives. Mesdames Adrenw Stotts and Eunice Corman have been ill with the mumps. Mrs. Lucinda Preston spent one day last week with Mrs. Jasper Matthew. Misses Thclma Simpson and Beulah Mae spent Tuesday night with Miss Bert'Dalley. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Moberley and little daughter, were visitors in Mad! soncunnty Sunday, Mr. Elbert Teatcr and bride spent with the groom's parthe week-en- d ents on the Lexington pike. day and Saturday for the Common examination. Lime, Sand, Cement, Portland Rock, Common and Preated Urictt. Iludron A Farnau, Quite a number of our young folk attended a surprise birthday party at the home of Miss Thelma Wheel, cr of McCreary Saturday evening, reporting a very enjoyable evening. Mr. and Mrs. John Wesley Dailey and sons, and Mr .and Mrs. Lewis McCulley and family visited Mr, ami Mr. Sim Ray and family at Pleasant Hill Sunday. School 1 H K mt 1 II I Invitations What It more sentimental than a wxtdtnsr InvtUtlcmT Certainly It la tint n mere mechanical prtxWet to tie Milder, (.'neap nnerr ieddled around to the Our work U sadly within la centrally disappointing. tvery eccsv- rrach- - un.l we have cuttvet suinples tlun and every pure. m Xg ch! . fr H H SB II fJJ lift STORMES DRUG STORE The man or woman who will write anonymous letters is as a degenerate In the same class with one who would peep into bed room windows. The True Frltnst. Jud Tunkln says a friend Indeed la a nun wbo can not only give good advice, but lend a baud In helping It to work out. Making for Mtrrlmcnt. Holiest good humor Is the oil and wine of a merry meeting, ami there Is no Jovial companionship eUat to that where the Jokes are rattier small and the InuclitiT abundant. Washington Irving. live. Mr. and Mr. K. C. McWhortcr were in Paint Lick last Thursday, mingling with old friends and relatives. Utile Ontalec and Lnban Peyton were the guests of Hurwell and Herbert Chestnut a few days of the past t Genuine Burley Tobacco Fertiliser matures the crop earlier, increaiea the yield. Hudson & Farnau. A number from this vicinity attended the party given at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Marsc Wheeler. Mr. and Mrs. James Land, Mr. Coy Price and children were 8unday visitors of Mr. adn Mrs. Hunter Davis. Elijah McMIIlIan Mr. and Mrs. were guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Ray Sunday on the Poor Ridge pike. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Teater entertained a few friends Friday evening in honor of Mr. Elbert Tenter and bride. Mr. and Mrs. Asbic Hendron of Jessamine visited Mr. and Mrs. Wil-bc- rt Dalley Saturday and Saturday night. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Ray, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence McCulley and Bernard Ray were shoppers in Lancaster Saturday. Mr. and Mr. Amon Hall and chil dren, Mr. Wm. Davis and family vis!- ted Mr. Mort Davis and family re cently. Mr. and Mrs. Asble Hendron, Mr. and Mrs. John Dailey and daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Wllbert Dailey and son spent the day Sunday with Mr. Powell Dailey and family. tmrtfTjirver.aail .Stationers LOUIHVIM.K Complete line of Samples nt 9j K The Central Record Office. 8 jj REPORT OF THE CONDITION Of The CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK No. 2888. MARKSBURY Mrs. Ernest Gosncy has been on week. the sick list. Mr. and Mrs. John Anderson of Mrs. Nora Prewitt has had an atPoint Lcavcll, spent Saturday inght tack of rheumatism. and Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Taul-be- e Mrs. D. Turner of Lexington, has Cornctt. been the guest of Mrs. Roy Mober-leMr. and Mrs. Bennett Roop, Mrs. Martha Wynn and children and Miss 16 per cent Acid Phoiphate fertiFannie Dowdcn were in Lexington r XPECDsW. 'MOTHERS Tor Three Generations Hevo Hade Child Birth Casier By Using y. f4 ( i OF LANCASTER, KENTUCKY, AT THE as 1 do now, would you, love me Just CLOSE OF BUSINESS ON APRIL 28, 1921. the samel" Her Fiance "Certainly, RESOURCES say dear. Why, that's as much as to I won't care for you after we are mar- Loans nnd discounts, Including rediscounts (ex, ried." Boston Transcript. 1082,017.53 cept those shown In b and c) Notes nnd bills rediscounted with Federal Reserve Bank (other than bank acceptances Plants Orow Best Transplants d. $11,100.70 1370,853.83 old) Plants do not always select the 30.83" none; unsecured, $00.80... most congenial hnhttat, for It has been Overdrafts, secured, found "That nomo specimens found Deposited to secure circulation (U. S. bonds growing modestly on the mountain par value) 60.000.00 top llourlsh to a marked extent when All other United States Government Securities. 01,140.00 11,140.00 transplanted at the sea level. 3,300.00 Other bonds, stock, securities, etc. MiUdy Smoked Long Ago. 7,000.00 Banking House among Smoking 8,353.20 women started Furniture and Fixtures 1,353.20 when Sir Wulter Raleigh offered the '. "divine weed" to Queen Elizabeth, but Cash In vault 11,503.00 27,407.19 he almost paid iho penalty with hi Lawful reserve with Federal Reserve Bank 13,850.20 life. So u-rsick did the few whiffs Net amounts due from national banks of tobacco make the royal lady that Net amount due from banks, hankers, and trust companies In the United States (other than courtiers whlierud Master Italelch 2,880.0(1 Included in Item. l. 10. or 11) had poisoned her, and dark look were 44,141.11 Total of Items l, 10, 11, 12, 13, and I I his ortlon. Her highness tecovered, Checks on bank located outside of city or town however, and took n truly Elizabethan 2,520.82 of reporting bank and other items.......... revenue by making the countess of Redemption fund with U. S. Treasurer and due Nottingham and all tier maids smoke 2,300.00 from U. S. Treasurer out a !inl( ik nmnns them. 728,8V Other assets if any, suspended credit Her Ssrtorlal Prospects. She "Suppose I didn't dress as well .. ........ ... .......... .... . Thursday shopping. Rev. Skaggs took the train at Danville for Chattanooga, Tcnn., where he will spend a week at the Southern Baptist Convention. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ambrose and daughter, Miss Gracin, of Berca spent Saturday and Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Parker Foley. Mr. and Mrs. Ambrose and Miss Grace Ambrose of Herea, were thai guests of Mr. and Mrs. P. D. Foley Saturday night and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Woods, Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Walker and Mr. J. N. Denny attended the Dedication of the Presbyterian church at Richmond Sunday. Misses Sara Cardwcll, of Harrods. burr, Mildred Upton, of Louisville, and HorteHse Lewis of Grecnsburg, gueaU of Miss Eliza were week-en- d beth Walker. Mr. and Mrs. Warren, of Lexinj; ton, were gnesU of friend and tela. Call of th Wild Ooos. "Honk" Is ono of the many words liser for corn land. of Imitative origin, and Is applied to r All Hudson & Farnau. tlio cry or the wild goose. mo woru u uoeu appears In mi In "U'alden, or Life Miss Georgia Dunn spent the week van, eooaitree clnliaoooott.f txf i.if In tint Wnoda." bv Heurv David end with Misses Minnie and Bcttle lucrum RMuurcs Co.. Cirj. Stuart. Thorvau, llio distinguished American Royston and attended "Home Comnaturalist, and later is used by Oliver GUNNS CHAPEL ing Day" at Pleasant Grove. Wendell Holmes. "As iho air grows g colder, tho long wedge of geese Buy-whi-le this offer Don't wait. May is improvMaster Clemmon South, with their commodore In laats. Pair Extra Trouiers FREE ing. advance, and 'bonking' as they lly, are with every Globe Suit at Miss Annie May spent one night seen high up In the heavens," and Anderson Bros. last week with Miss Thelma Simpson. more recently by Theodore Roosevelt Mrs. Troy Hogg became almost L. Mr. and Mrs. Talton May and son, In hi "Hunting Trips." historical when she thought her two Clemmon, were in Lexington Webster's Place In . i a.ory. children had taken poisonous mediWhite acting u tin orjjuii of the allayed cine. Her fears were not Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Sparks were rovenumnt In foreign iiffolr Webuntil the doctor, who was summoned mir a a diprecent guests of Mr. adn Mrs. Her- ster showed that hi post haste assured her what they had lomatist were unruly iiidnior to hi Doolln. legal and oratorlcul endow iiietits, but taken would not have any dangerous man Little Mis Fannie Lee Walker It Is a secretary or iu-- that he Is effect. was a recent guest of Mr. and Mrs. least thought of now. Ills country Rev. Bas Si Ding of Georgetown, proudly thinks of hliu us one whose preach next Sunday at eleven W. B. Ray. will Inspire MIm Joyce Sylcr called on some of brain and voice did more to o'clock.. Mr. Ding will be accom Americanism than any other man bepanied by Mr. Thompson also of the Club boys and girls In this com- tween Washington and Lincoln a the Georgetown. They will be guests of munity Wednesday, greatest Federalist since Hamilton; ai Mr. Thompson's parents until Men- Master Clyde Humphrey and Ml the finest exponent of the Coostltutlea ! .JLisftJi Agnes Jones were in Lancaster Fri- - since Marshall. l-fly-luveu-nesday. TOTAI LIABILITIES. Capital stock paid in Surplus Fund . . Undivided profits Less current expenses, interest and taxes paid. $505,140.08 50,000.00- 00,000.00 1C.3U0.C0 4,821.88 11,574.72 47,700.00 1,131.01 13.04 Circulating notes outstanding Net nmounts due to national banks outstanding Certified check Individual deposits subject to check Total of demand deposit (other than bank deposits) subject to Revenue 27, 28, 211, 30, 31, and 32 205,220.11 Certificate of deposit (other than for money borrowed) Bills payable, other than with Federal Reserve Bank (including all obligations representing money borrowed other than rediscounts) .... ......... .. 203,229.11 ......... 24,500.00 45,000.00 .. TOTAL $505,140.68 State of Kentucky, County of Gurrard, : I L. G. Davidson, Cashier of the above named bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of my knew ledge and belief. L. G. DAVIDSON, Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 4th. day of May, 1021. S. C. Denny, Notary Public. My commission expire January 8th, 1924, Correct Attest: Shirley Hudson J. J. Walker, J, W. Sweeney . Director. f . Th Central Record. Lancaitm . Ky., Thursday May 19, 92 1 1 $2.25 I A GALLON is our price for a TIRE PRICES TAKE BIG CROP Fifteen Per Cent Lower r Than Schedules In Pre-Wa- STRICTLY PURE, GUARANTEED LEAD AND OIL PAINT 1913. ARE LOWER THAN 1910. If ft t k Is of tire prices A careful nnnlysl indicates that they nro actually low. On May 2nd., rubber companies anLet us tell you about it. nounced a 20 per cent reduction, which established what Is undoubtedly n new level for the season of 1921. This reduction brings prices down to a point 16 per cent below the pre-wschedules ai represented by the 1913 level. According to Ilrndstrcct'a In'Agent T, II. Jones during the coming dex, general commodity prices have Home New summer. risen 2,1 per cent during the same business. agricul- period. It Is rather startling to find Organization of the junior tural club at South Fork, llnrren that in 1920 tire prices were 116 per hatch county, has been completed and M. cent higher than today. The lowest Quit More than 15,000 pure-bre- d chosen community point in tho history of tire prices was Inic hens hTe been distributed by Y. Chamberlain Try NR County ARcnt Leland Hunch among ileadcr, according to n report of in 1916. part County Agent J. O. Horning. Any discussion of tire prices, howcounty farmers ai Christian NR TolgM Tonerrow Feel Rkjhl county ever, is incomplete unless comparaMore than 4B0 Daviess of the poultry stnndnrldtation camtive values are considered. The paign beln conducted in that coun- farmers recently attended a free It mistake in rnntlnu.illjr ilom How many mile do I youn-1- la a with im.rallttl ty. dinner arranged by the local uestion is: laxntlvn Mils, Sixty fanneri in the Polar Spring! Farm Ilurenu and County Agent J. get from my tires today? Ami how colnmrl, oil. puree anil tt cathartic and force howel action, weaken does this compare with what I receiv- tho community, Ilarrcn County, recently W. Whltchome. nri'l liver anil make conHorn-in- s 1916 stant tloaln- jieceary. Beginning with ed in 1916? met with County Agent J. O. Why don't you bln rlsht today t Scant of Vanilla. nnd the war standardization moveoverturn your rntlntlon and ret nd formulated plana for comyour intern In such shapo tluit daily Tlie umburana of llraxll l a ift ment, which exlended over n period I'urxlnic will I munity organization and work. unneceiuutryT You 21c Iwx of If you xet Forty-on- e girls and seven boys are .irllo' wood so delightfully scented of several years, trmendous strides ran do mFlemfdy (Nil aTablets) and Nature's with vnnlllo that one I tempted o have been made in quality ad nin the take onn each ntnlit fur n week or io. charter member of n Junior ngricul-turn- l eat It, says the American Forestry do much Nil mileage service of tires. Th extent inertly Tnlileta pranl easymore than club which hai Jut been form- Magnrlne rauna bowel acmedicine net upon tho to which this Is true is no realized by tion.i Till well nn ellmlnatlva orjcins ed at the Corbln school in Whitley a mortoring public. Yet this inpromote jrnnd direction, rauaea tho W. H. S. the county by County Agent lixly tn net the nourishment from all crease in service is actually measurWoodward, Miss Irene Clark will act the food you eat, irlte you a Kood, hearty liver, able. In the first place, consider the overcomeapftlte, atrencthen thokidney local leader of the club. as bllloune. remilatc whnlo actual Increase in size. For instance and rowel action and tho The Campbell County Wool Grow body n thoroush cleaning- out. This cord tires made by the leading comers' AMociation decided at a recent accomplished you will nut h.ivn to takn occasional Nit uniformly 10 per cent over medicine) everr day. Anbody In condi panies arc meeting to hold the 1920 crop of tablet will Veen your the rated size. Specialization in tho tion nna you ran niwayn irei your wsu wool and pool it with the 1921 crop, (Nil Tablet) Try production nnd preparation of row and Nature's Remedy(ho best bowel according to a report of County this. It I Mil OOfll ixnll.i'n.eihmt VOI1 Mtt Irr materials has been of incalculable cnly "So per lox, contalnlnic enouah to Agent II. P. Link. days, Naturs't Rembenefit to tire quality. Itcmarknblo last twentv-nv- o county feed The Iavie edy (Nit Tablets! I Fold. Kuararileed progress has been mndn in the art of and rtcomruendid by your ilrucsiat. $100 In prixe arc olTrring compounding rubber to produce the I money to tho four farmer who proMcROBERTS DRUG STORE. degree of wear. These maximum duce the largest yield of yellow com supplmcn-te- d salient fnctors have been on five acres in a contest which Is PILES! by improved method of manubeing conducted by County Agent J. i W. Whitrhouie In with If rni r a sufferrr with pilM. hmnr-- ; facture which have resulted in n unitMa,lMindorhltrnn.)uUUlsrt trllcf formity of quality and service abN? "TABLETS - M" farmers of the county. I iromtna tint appllcalloti ( Ua.l r.i. lt) fur out fuiuU. try Purler, a Lcc county farm- fl.in.4r "thtruB Uorspiles (matt. SIjOUIVf solutely unknon n few years ago. A James trcllr tangible expression of tho greater er, will conduct n seed corn variety mail, pt eraio. Tw B iff n 1 r? J 1Vi1 lest In c 3pcrat,.n w.th (aunty 1 1. 01R, Si'.i MtHfKtsrtr, IsUHliitl, If, mileage service now being built into m (1 Hj jWm I MoRoberts Drug Store ar Farm And tires Is reflected by the higher basis of adjustment generally used by the leading companies. HATFIELD It is not n conclusion to say that tires today give, from 60 DENTIST per cent to 100 per cent greater OrTlea over Tha GarrarJ Bank. mileage than they did n few years Phonti Offica 5. Rotldanca 378. ago. Therefore, If the tire comLANCASTER, KENTUCKY. panies were selling mileage today the 1916 price level, tires would at actually cost from 6 to $25 more than at present. The conclusion Is CLEANING THE DOG obvious, therefore, that based on Exclusive. comparative service tires coit less to- 4i'THI8 Is tln most wondorful soap M. day than ever before. rxvr nfTrrril (ln pulillc," ft' Optometrist Leaders of the industry frankly plnlmil Iho vnlulili nscnt, aslioooiipl DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. state that the recent price readjust- his crip. "It will clenn nnythtnc llio sun. It will ment Is not warrant by their actual Opposite Gilcher Hotel. OfcTica Hours factory production costs but that it sK)ts, riollli llnwari " 8 to 12 and 1 to S p.m. "Oli, I Imvo no represent nn earnest effort to meet iloulit It will nv Die wishes of the Administration nnd stnro tmlr to tmlil th general public In the establishment lirnils nnd mnkc of lower price levels on hich all classchickens Iny es of trade can unite nnd transact pecs," said ilrs. Uncle Valk 5iorV5A un-il- J.J.Byrne cn-ns- c J. A. Beazlev FUNERAL Office Curfew, sarrns-tlrnll- y. From Over Kentucky Laxatim, Purgis; bar-brcu- se f lirl aln-tl- 1 com-pant- es riMflmviMmi 1 HENRY CLAY BISCUITS Light, tender, fluffy biscuits, baked yellowish brown, piping hot- there's no better dish this side the Ohio. They are juft the thing for a breakfasl or any other meal. The whole family loves them. They remember them from meal to meal, if they are baked from good-natured HENRY CLAY FLOUR ! I 4 1, ri I I i m '. I Did you ever stop to consider what a pleasure it is to make biscuits from llour that you know is always reliable? You are sure of having them in time to serve juft at the right moment, when they arc steaming hot, when the guests and the family arc ready. HENRY CLAY Flour makes this jrossiblc. HENRY CLAY is the pccilca Liicuit flour. It sacs ihoitening. makes bakings certain and adds a wholesome goodness lo the evenxlay dishes which every one lotcs. For two generations it has rnaue iwmc uawng a pleasure in tnounas olliomci tiiroughout the ooutli. h.lW-S- i 'M . Lexington Roller Mills Co. LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY quilt fntlxfltMl It's Residence 1'hone 3. Onlce Phone 27 tnniliMif Imrks nml buds nnd licntliie LANCASTER. KY. liorlis, Init I don't wnnt nnjr of your mnrvcloUH sonp, c linvlnc hnd with ollirr VETERINARIAN. innnels of thr snmr kind. Ijiit full nn nRnt came Call Aniwtrtd Promptly Day or nlong. srlllnt n snap that would do you ran think of, from Nlfht. Phona 317. vi'oililnc iH'nutlfylnc the fomnlo complexion In LANCASTKR, KENTUCKN chnslni; lln cowh out of the com. The ngi'iit tnlk)i ns thoiiKh lu hnd eight-iln- y works In hint, like our old cnind-fnlheclock, nnd he dliln't innke uny Imprt'sslnn imlll In- - said the soap . would heal nit skin diseases of man or henst. It hnpMntf ut Hint crlod m Steers, Liberty Beds, Biakakle f. (tint Mr. Curfew had nn Imitation bird Notes or Cash lifallowiaf: y. dos Hint he tmdi-- a roo1 wntch for, nnd irnvo n dollnr tn hoot, snld dollar S JERSEY COW FRESH, YOUNG linvlnc been extrnrtiil from my private mi vim:, nnd never returned. S WITH CALF, TEAM OF MULES, jj hnd Iho mange or some H and one Canopy Oil Brooder. Thin '4 ilUnirreenhle illwnse that caused lilm Mngie umu iirown i'gnorn i In the most reprrhenMhle mnn-nelo llch Eggs. 1C for $1. or 100 for M Hp was nlwnyx (.cratrhlne nnd i CASH. Prepaid in Garrard ii nihhlnc neulnst everyihlnc tie could h nnd ndjoinlni; counties. Hnd, first mid Inst. One day he up-e- t ERLE C. FARRA v my pnrlnr tnhle nnd Itmke nil my ;i g llox 173. Kt chlnn, which I hail placed on the Lancaster. Ky. tnhle n few minutes before. He nlso upset the mhvIiii; tniithlne nnd the hum, und I don't know whnt oIjp. '.So when Sir. Curfew liennl that s, ho nzeut'a sonp vtould cure skin he Undated upon Iiuylnc a enke, mil nfter he hnd cone ho hepan to wnsli the Iok with Hint mnnrelous I don't know wtmt Imrredlcnts on p. aid snap contained, but nfter It wns 'nhhed Into the dosr'n skin that nnlmut hecntne frantic nnd tcted ns though Its renwm tottered on dM throne. Sir. Curfew tried to hold din iKiist, nnd It reached nrouud und ilt his enr nlmot off, nnd of course n relensed It then, and tho uproar IS to uindc, ns lie danced nround the nou-e- , hnldlnc his enr with one hand, md summoning the police with the Jther wui nlmply scandalous. of "Jleanwhile tho doc ran off, Mrs. dfmentel. ivat crofislnc the road purhlni; her taby hucio, "hen tho animal collided with snld ehlcle, nnd spilled her SEE OR PHONE I nm wllllnc Into the mud. to nilmlt that such nn experience w lecnivntlnc, hut I don't think It wns B, ndyllke In Sirs. Turpentine to come wer to my hou-- o with her muddy Infant under her arm, nnd shako her tlst Lancaster, Ky. under my noe. nnd tell me that for Quick Service and Good Work five cents she'd pull nil my hnlr out. "Old Sir. I'opplnjay was stnndlnj: on Iho corner, lennlnc on his cane, wiilllnc for n street car. when the Washington's Rellfllon. .ntty doc ran ncalnt his ennn nnd Thero has been considerable contro-tcrshm took a header into tho cutter, and orcr tho extent to which rellf really felt sorry for him when I saw lous belief entered Into Washlncton's later, character. Ills onn chronicles shor him coins home ten minutes drlpplnc slush nnd mud like n tbat most of his Sundays, except durhut I couldn't sympathize ing tho presidency, when he folt with him so very much when ho obliged to set on example, ho spent tn picked up n brick ns he was passing answering letters, coins orcr his acour place and smashed a panel In our counts, hunting or doing any business front door. he was ceSQtW $ "For two days people were coming auh'g hnu $il! ijfonles. la cKWilfig no here claiming that wo ought to reimpeople to work for ufm lie W tip no burse them for damnges done by that of creed, Judging men from dog. It seemed that tho unfortunutc barriers tho standpoint of honesty, Industry anlmnl made n circuit of tho town, and ability. and left a trail of desolation behind pans ot milk for him. Ilo upset sir Mrs. Trumpeter, nnd scared Smith's Farmers Losing Millions in family homo so It ran nway nnd InScrub Live Stock jured sewral members of tho family, and killed eight prlre chickens for Mr. Attend and take part in Dippy, nnd I don't know what else. view of which. I think wo can In struggle along without nny ot your 'x marvelous soap." oxh-rton- "I DIRECTOR fi-- Ovtr National Hank. Or. Printus Walker ri I WANTED fr I de r. dis-nso- For Up-To-Da- te Plumbing, Heating, Guttering, Roofing, and all kinds ii Repairing, Tun-cntln- e I Tin Work P, t: Williams y 1 Farmers Better Sire Sales - - u An Inttlltctual. "You often hour It snld that Mrs. ailthery has all the brains In theGIIth-erfamily." "Hut Mr. Cillthery Is a successful bulness man." "Oh, yes. However, he merely makes money. While sipping tea nnd Ktuok-In- g a perfumed cigarette, Mrs. Ollth-crmore nhstruso quescan dlscu tions that haro nothing to do with housework, or the upbringing; of the (lllthery twins than nny other woman In her set." lllrmlngham y y Ago-Hcral- JSourbon Stocfc, Yard? .. Louisville, Ky. June 2nd 200 pure bred regittcred bulls will be sold at auction. Tho sale is Held strictly to improve tho quality of live stock in Kentucky. Bidding limited to formers. You make your own price. Movement backed by U. S. Government. University of Kentucky, Colltfie of Agriculture, Governor of Kentucky, Kentucky Pure Bred Live Stock Association and Louiiville Lij Stock Exclungtf. Blocks Easily Rtmovcd. tradesman In southwest London expostulated with a gang of road repairers regarding a small mountain ot wood blocks dumped In front of his premises. The protest being Ignored, he surA prominent reptitiously stuck a card, bearing the Inscription: "I'leate take one," nn the of ending heap. The philanthropic suggestion was and quickly acted on by passers-by- , oioro than half the blocks bad iHaap-a red before a vigilant poUeema r oiovaI the card. London rprrs. sWwwc kcreas in profit from pure brecU. AJJren W. S. BELL, President Writ today for full par tkulara free chart aa p. MkHk Lhrf Stick ExcHmci KY. LOUttVHLC, 1,' 5- - Th Central Racord, Lancaster, Ky.. We are offerlnrfqultea reduction In pricei on Thunday May 19. 1921 11 FARM WAGONS' BUGGIES, CORN MASH FEED During Summer Keeps Up Egg Production. Lancaster School Notes ; PLANTERS, HARROWS. CORN DRILLS, DISC DRAG HARROWS. ! CULTIPACKERS. CULTIVATORS. Get our prices on Mixed Paint, White Lead, Linseed Oil, Turpentine, etc. WE WILL SAVE YOU MONEY CONN BEOS. "Live and Let Live Folks." IE 31 111 Fl 111 Year. IE The Central Record Issuca Wookly. $1.50 Payable in Advance. R. L GARDEN Does Much Toward Feeding math to the poultry Dock during the summer month Is one of Till Is the last week of school the surest mean of maintaining a work for the Inst term of the school high egg production In the opinion year. Although we lone tome of of A. J. Culver, Hopklnsville who is our very best tenchcrs, school will be conducting n demonstration in co-- ! resumed, for the first term of the 21 after vacation. operation with the College of Agri-ycThis has culture on his flock of White Leg- - been Mr. lloyd's first year but In horn hens, Mr. Culver fed n mash re,thi short time he has become n fav. commended by the college of his flock orite not only among the pupils but during April and secured an average also nmong the parent and town egg production of 20.1 eggs from people. We arc certainly glad he is each of the 000 hens. He ha stated ' corning back next year ami we feel that he will continue to feed the 'sure that next year will be just as mash throughout the summer. successful ns the past one. thi. Thn mmh wilrh fhrl.tUn i t.,.- i. Will ICUi ' The seniors feel very sad and .1 . .UU.I.J .......... i. ..n jo nn.i nt of .m..' '"' this week for they rcallto that " "oi over, stuff, 20 pound,, or 18 quarts of corn:"mr "ol" nl w,nl " . ' . "ow meal, 20 pounds or Iflti quarts of mgn ocnooi ground oat and 20 pounds or t,mo flKnln' ,hnt ,hpy muU nwn" quarts of tankage. " In feeding the mash, Mr. Culver f ,nf"' Ilvcnn" "ey an nKn,n ,hM keeps the flock confined until 10 ,,h, "j1, h'y cu '? K00'1 0,d ,,,Kh rcar-tim- e o'clock In the morning during which they receive nothing but the hool mMt wij he M,n,t mk.h mash and plenty of water. In this from finai examination at the end1 way they eat it before ranging f th. iecond term (1) Who have around nnd since It is quickly digest- - jno unexcuied, absent or tardy marks.' e.i mcy are sun anxious to una more ;) whoe deportment U not below feed. He has found that by feeding on for nnv month nn.l f.li who.e grain In the morning the tendency of average class standing I 90. mo uirus to range nn.l search for . ... T,,. more food Is discouraged. When',.., .. , nr -- Table Goods PUKCHASH your groceries whcio "On tho Square" fa the motto thnt controls the policy of the house that soils them. Courteous clerks nre nt your service. They take nn interest in your buying nnd in selling you top notch goods. Our grocerk-- nre the best in the dnlly markets, nnd we keep up to the minute in the lowering of prices. i""''s'i "n"" J " l.c 'f0' Currey & Gulley. ona-thlrd ,,, J. E. ROBINSON. Editor. .ELKIN, Local Editor and Mgr. Lan-caste- Providing Family Living. If and well-kethe average garden will do much toward providing n living for any ordinary family, specialists in the home t'co no m let department of the College of Agriculture say. Plans should be made to include all the old favorite vegetables and some which ore little grown at pres ent in spite of the fact that they are of much value and needed In a good healthful diet. Among these are spinach and carrots. Old fashioned spinach will furnish greens for the early spring month while the New Zealand variety will keep up the sup ply all through the summer season. The family garden should be a part ncrshlp affair that is the work and pride of the entire household, the specialists state. well-planne- d Entered at the Pott Office in Ky., as Second-ClaMail Matter. n r, THE AMIERICA? im Adtt PRESS ASSOCIATION Lascasttr, Ky., May 19, 1921 Rait For Political Annouacamentt. For Precinct and City Office. .15.00 10.00 For County Offices For State and District Offices.. 15.00 For Calls, per line.. .10 For Cards, per line .10 For all publications in the inter est of individuals or expression of individual views, per ... ...... .. line Obituaries, per line ..... .. 10 .05 ward is enough to justify an honest evening they are given what grain effort on the part of every pupil. they will readily eat in order that they may go to roost with their ap; Grim and Groans. petite satisfied. Teacher "Automobiles are spoil- Advantages pointed out by Mr. Ih.. . .. -- V.! .I . ...... ... mij'.l.ft HIV .iuv rv, luiltllivu ,ll ,, until 10 o'clock in the mnrnlnr- - nroi Parents "Yes, but look at the ., i that it Unnn. h house and on rainy days keeps thelchi,,,n who arc "l,oillnK nutomo- nest and eggs clean, an important, . pomi H me eggs nre to oring the Who is the most Important fellow nignesi price, no also ha.i the llock achool? S. D. Cochran Is Sopho- connneu u nc wisncs to cuii out any more, Junior and Senior, birds or dust the hens for lice. "I find that by ranging around on "Ut all sail words of tongue or pen the farm the pick up all the feed which they require topro-duc- e The saddest are: "Exams again." the maximum number of eggs. .tiartna want "nave you com Since they must have plenty of tank-og- e or milk, the surest way to have menced to write your president' ad them, consume this material is to con dress?" Yes, I have five thousand Clyde fine them in the house each morning until 10 o'clock," Mr. Culver said words already." Martha Ward "My Goodness" SWT Y 1 Clyde "Yes, I've taken the first five thousand words from the diction. As "Blue ary. I'll arrange them later." 1 1 1 .t ttiv, l. UHUI a a , . V Will V IMIVrt V UV3( 4 . . in l Ul t iHCIWi; IIUI'llBa II till IIIC IV of ,A Overhaul Canning Out-- ! price of your Tru"" "E,Eat lull Andrrton Oro fit Now To Prevent Are You "Amazingly Any Delay. ,.. hens-cann- new looacco uisease Known Mold." In order to begin the canning operations when fruits and vegetables are Here are some of the questions at their best it is necessary to over- submitted by Thomas A. Edison, the haul the canning now, taking stork inventor, to college graduates seek of Jars, rubben and other necessary ing employment In his plant, the articles and preparing in a general I failure to answer which correctly by way for the rush, home economics many of the appllcanU caused Mr. specialist from the College of Agri- Edison to describe the average colculture suggest. Delay from day to lege graduates of America as "amax-- . day in canning result in overgrown Ingly ignorant:" or over-rip- e product which are more Where do we get shellac from? or less wooden and lacking In flavor. What is a monsoon? Rhubarb, asparagus and spinach are Where do we get prunes? thing which can be canned now and Where do we get domestic sarwhich should have a place in every dines? home pantry-AntiquWhere do we Import cork from? WhaJ kind of wood are ax handle made? Who wrote "Home, Sweet Home?"' I buy and sell OLD FURNITURE Where are codnors to be found? and antiques of even dccrint!on. Who was Cleopatra? If you care to buy, or if you care to What voltage is used In street sell, write or phone J. E. Elmore,! e Ignorant?" Furniture. tf ljncnitcr, Ky. car? Furniture Sale. have a few choice pieces of fur niture that 1 will Ml publicly at my rooms in the Garrard Rank & Trust Company's building next Saturday afternoon at two o'clock. Capt. Am Ilourne will cry the sale. Mrs. Elizabeth Joseph. It. I Announcements. We are authorized to announce the candidacy of E. V. Purycar to succeed himself in the office of Commonwealth's Attorney for this district, subject to the action of tho Democratic Primary, August C, 1021. We arc authorized to announce Judge Charles A. Hardin candidate for the nomination for Circuit Judge of this judicial dbtrict, subject to the action of the Democratic Primary August, 1921. STATE DEATH RATELOWERED State Tuberculosis Association Holds An-- ,. Editors Are Guaranteed nual Meeting Good Time At Danville OFFICERS ARE ELECTED. At a direct result of the work that has been carried on by the Kentucky Tuberculosis Association in the State during the last two years, the death rate from the disease has fallen from 11)5.5 per one hundred thousand of population in 1918 to 157.2 in 1920, Dr. J. S. Lock, secretary of the association and director of tho State Board of Health' Dureau for the Prevention of Tuberculosis, said In his report at the association's annual meeting here yesterday. Tenty.two dispensaries now arc functioning in the State his report also stated. Two strictly tuberculosis clincs are in operation and are doing splendid work in finding early 'cases oi the diseases. Intensive work already has been done in Boyd, Scott, Mercer and Mason Counties and is to be undertaken in the near future Li Davis, Fulton, Muhlenburg and Harlan counties. C. L. Adlcr of Louisville was reelected the association's president and Dr. Lock its secretary. Miss Jessie O. Yancy and Miss Marian Williamson also were reelected, respectively, secretary lor Modern Health Crusade work and supervisor of nursing OUUsb, the Hue Ribbon quality Try a sack U4ay. HuaUoa Further damage to seed beds in all tobacco growing sections of the coun. try is threatened by a new disease er, Dead. known as "the tobacco blue mold," which ahs just recently made its ap Ashland, Ky., Rufus H. Vnn Sant pearance in the United States, acj years or age. iilea here after a cording to a warning received by Dr. brief illness. He was one of the dir W. D. Vnllcau, plant pathologist of cctors of the Ashland National Rank the Kentucky Agricultural Experiand had served twice as president of ment Station, Lexington. the Hardwood Manufacturers' Asso As yet the disease has not made ciation of the World. its appearance in Kentucky, Dr. Val- Mr. Van Sant, a former chairman leau stated, but he has asked that all of the State Democratic Central and farmers take precautions and report Executive Committee, has long been symptoms of trouble in their plant a political leader in Eastern Kentuc- beds in to the experiment station. ky. He served as campaign manager The disease first made its appearance on two occasions for the late Gov Lin Gadten county, Florida, and with. ernor McCreary. in a short time had infected practiHis widow, who was Mis. Annie cally all of the cigar wrapper tobacHannah, of West Virginia, nnd four co area In the Florida-Georgdis children, Maxie, Harold, Campbell trict, causing heavy loncs. and Virginia, survive. Mr. Van Sant was a native of Elliott county. o-ia RUFUS H. VAN SANT State Democratic Leacl Advertising Pays. Get busy. Keep busy. Is your Is it permanent? Do Miss Heard (In Physics) Can you Job unsafe? You give me an illustration of tho ue of you want a life long buslneti? can get into such n business selling hot air, Henry?" I'rouuctsi (Henry makes a long incoherent more man 137 watkin direct to farmers If you own auto recitation.) or team or can get one: If you are! Keeping milk clean, cool and'eov Mis Heard "Yes, Henry, that re- - under 00 and can give bond with crel are the three essentials of sue- citation is a very good example." personal sureties. We back you with ct ssful caring for It in the home big selling helps, 52 years In busi- - during warm weather, according to A modrl Examination Paper. s. net. 20,000,000 users of our pro- - specialist from the College of Describe McClellan'a campaign in Write for Information where culture. All three points are easy the East during the Civil War. you can get territory. 'to practice nnd if properly done will (Answer) Well McClellan he ad- - J. R. Wntkins Co., Department 112, eliminate much Io in the family pd.) Winona, Mmn. milk supply. vanced into Canada, there he found a lot of campaign. IIu gave this to his soldier. This caused a civil war This was heard in the Senior Class In M1m', Robinson's room Just after the Senior had bought their invitations: Miss Robinson "Show how the word "plenty" is used incorrectly." (needy class In unison) "We have plenty of money that' Incorrect." What is felt? What States produce phosphate?' Why is cast iron called pig is Spitsbergen? Who was Francis Marion? Who invented logarithms? What, Ingredient are In.the best white paint? Where do we get benzol from? How is window glass made? Round the State of West Virginia. Iron?-Wher- Clean, Cool, Covered Milk Will Keep Best In Summer. -- v Agri-duct- t. between the North 1812. and South In 6 Faraau. (Louisville Times.) will be Plenty of entertainment provided for members of the Kentucky Press Association when they gather at Danville for the annual meeting Monday, Tues day und Wednesday, June G, 7, 8th., nccordlng to a bulletin being sent out by Secretary J. Curtis Atcock, editor of the Danville Messenger, to members throughout tho State. The dates were selected on account of the annual commencement exercises of Centre College at that time, and Vice President Calvin Coolidge has been asked to deliver an address on this occasion. The Kentucky College for Women has offered to furnish its grounds and buildings as headquarters for tho K. P. A. and to furnish rooms and meals for the delegates. After the open. Ing Monday the delegates will adjourn for the Centre Vanderbllt game. Monday night will be "Gala Night" at Centre College and there will be much to entertain the visitors. A second ball gnme Is on tho program for Tuesday and Danville Chamber of Commerce will glvo a banquet for that night. On the final day, after officer are elected and the business over, the Centre College Carnival ceremonies will be held and the crowning of the King and Queen of the Carnival and the carnival dance in the evening. In picking up a certain magazine last weok we noted that advertising pages contained $0000 ad for tho lowly shoe string, another of the same size for a 15 cent can of smok ing tobacco, another of higher price for thu stuff that makes raisin pics and mash, too; another even higher In price for a bar of soap and others for almost everything' irom Invis ible dress fasteners up through the hosiery line to face lotions and still there are very few who say it does not pay to advertise. If a manufac turer can carry a series of advertisements costing hundreds of thousands of dollars a year to advertise a cer tain brand of shoe string or other nickel nrticlcs, what does advertising mean to tho retailer? The word "advertising" is tho distinguishing the "store-keeper- " mark betwl-eand the merchant Standard Wau- kon, Iowa. II. Describe the battle of Gettysburg, giving date, number of parti cipants on either side, and number of wounded. . (Ans.) The Rattle of Gettysburg was fought during war of 1712. There wasn't nothing to participate in, so of course neither fide got it. The result was Indicklslve. III. When did Lee surrender? What were peace terms and to who? Ans. I am not going to tell an un expected truth and you needed expect It. Two Famous Echoes. One of tho moot fatuous sources of echoes In tho world I the "WliUper-inGallery" In the dome of St. Paul's cathvdrul, Loudon, wberu even the slightest ublsper or the sound made by thu ticking of a watch returns distinctly after the lapse of a few seconds. There Is an echo near ltlngcnt, In Germany, which will toss a sound to and fro no fewer than 17 times. g Haselden Bros., of Lancaster, say: They're startinf right with a De Laval l i h iafrr Jlasttm I roroc Uu r Then ii nn v. (of croc autut Ulo it M loaf wialcs woadu with la Kt, a Itw tow aad a D LtnL jo wwl mtj rmrt m )( Wlw T kUit roi I & wiy II J II IH . VN sr KODAKJrILMS Developed And Printed. high-clas- work and prompt service. Write today for price list and sample prints free. POWELL'S STUDIO 212. West Main Street, ptL Richmond, Ky. We offer s Wsbstsr'a Placs in History. Whllu acting u thu urwun of the In foreign ntfnlra Webgovernment ster showed that his i otters as a diplomatist were scarcely Inferior to his legal and oratorical endowmwit, but It la n secretary of tiatv that ho Is least thought of now. III country proudly thinks of him as uuo whoa Meaning of Dream of Vtnltcn. brain and voice did moru to Inspire To dream of venison Indicates that Americanism than any other man bethe dreamer will be surprised by hear tween Wasblngteu and Lincoln 5 as the friend a greatest Federalist since Hamilton ; as Inj from a of a pleasing and gratify the Seest exponent of the Constitution Ing nature. since Marshall. long-abse- irButtoc traoUe it tut iadctd aatoac Dc Ltttl aim. Mora iKsa lam ram ti tiprnrat ia laillf ocmi itea. lUen ait lack cl tl D LataL it tkitn clawr.tumt , kt a fwafct lioufty ctpacinr aad u aaiict to irrp Uua. Ia kkort, it u motf ttoaoourtl aad ami uatftctoir icptitlot dial k kt mt ban) potxU l Uijr. Ad ftu U McaJf iacM, iwiki yenawul la att it u loag fl si I aD Ld W.I iM ta bU hk . D U-- J uw mm .iwi fmt fm mm I De Laval tf Soomr ok later you will buy a 4 1 The Central Record, Lancaster Ky. Thursday, May 19, 92 1 ! . 1 Henry Clay KaufTnian returned to Covington Tuesday. Mr. W. II. Wilkinson In Danville Tuesday. was a visitor Midsummer Showing, May 26th Leghorns, Malines, Milrns Maline Braid Georgettes, Flower Trimmed Hats also Sport Hats in White and Color Combination FRANCIS-SVIIT- visitor Miss Lena Hright has been n recent In Danville. Mrs. Frank Taylor, of Carlisle, was a guest nt tho dance Friday evening. Ml"s Aninc Hell Crutchficld, spent last Saturday in Danville, the guest of mends . money than you buy elsewhere, Quality considered. Mrs. W. IT. Moss has returned from a delightful visit to her son. John Mom, near I'crryville. H IIM MONEY -AND , - -- BUY AT HOME II 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 Sec them today they are going out fast. Listen Suits, Mist the Opportunity to Buy a Pair of Shoes for Sets III VTr ONE LOT OF Coats and Dresses frl J 7C P I T. 0f A Drkl Mention at the ridiculous- ly low price of U These remain on sale only a few days. See them while you have a selection to pick from. Gossip About People el iht CaMf W Oolnji by That Ar tsitrtitttl I. m Dr, Milton Klliott, of Danville, pent the week-en- d with hl parent. Dr and Mu. W M. Elliott, on Maple avenue. Mm. Harold Oldham and baby, of Klehmond, arc guest of her mother, Mr, Georgia Arnold, on the LexinK ton road. Mr. and Mr. It. K. Henry am! MIm Helen Robinson, of Lexington, spent the week-en- d with Mrs. J. C Kobln son. Mrs, Harry Tomlinson, who has been visiting her parents, .Mr. and Mr. Walsh, in Ludlow, has returned to Mr. and Mrs. John Scott, of Louis Misses Lavcrnc Dlckerson and Del. ville, spent the week-en- d with Mr. la Rice Hughes, Messrs. W. P. Long Mtts I.Uxie Simpson, of Stanford, Scott's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Arch nnd S. D. Cochran were visitors in it visiting Lancaster relatives. Knvanaugh. Nicholasville Sunday. .M!i Georgia Johnon has returnThe many friends of Mr. U. D. MIm Mary Owsley, who is a stued from n short visit In Danville. Simpson arc sorry to know he con- dent at Transylvania, was railed pent tho tinues very iU at his home on Rich- home by the death of her grand Mr. ami Mr, Harnes week-enwith, friends in Moreland. mond avenue. mother, Mrs. Mary Hamilton. d .Mr. J, W, Cook, of London, was Mr. Red Roberts, of Somerset, Mr.l Milne's Famous mingling with friends In this city John McGcc, of Illoamfield, Mr. John I Itowdoln college Is Colltnt. tho oldest sett for a few day last week. Fades, of Louisville, all Centre Col. of learning In .Maine, having ticea , 1701 by Massachusetts, Mr George Wright went to Hen- - lege students, fonped a Jolly week-- chartered In x M. t,,c" " lrtl ton Harbor, Mich., where he will re- end hou,e party at the home of Mr.lof ,,vl,,ch 1R " "n! U! George Swlncbroad and attended the many main during the summer months. I graduates, Including dance Friday evening. Kll,-nlItanthnrni. Franklin Miss Jane Williams, is taking her i IMerce, Henry Wndsworth Longfellow, , . O. Rigney, Mr. Wllllam pit, Fesscnden. Mr. and Mrs. vacation at her home at Hrock, Ky., Snrreant 8. and will remain for about ten days. and .Mrs. Sam Ifoselden and son, Mr. Prentiss. Thomas II. Iteed and Chief M In w nml Mr. Knvmnnd Itnietilen. Tn.il... ,flllt. Mr Dean Znnonc is watching the Jane Haseldcn, Mr. Lewis Hascldcn, ponies at Churchill Downs this week. c......, In Oetobtr. t. illlt,I .'III. .jnii'iivj, Ml.. He left for Louisville Tuesday eve ..If. October 17 (1835) Some of the Martim Ward Swency, Mr. and Mrs. othnlng. Wesley the oaks are now a deep brown red; Dlckerson attended ers are changed to a light green, Dan-vil- le Miss Mattie anil Virginia Cromer, Knights Templar reception In which at n little distance, especially Friday evening. In the sunshine, looks like tho green of Fast Jlernstadt, have been the of early spring. In some trees, differ guests of Misses Mattie ami Sallle The following Invitations have ent masses of the follago show each Lutz. been received by Ijincastcr friends: of these hues. Some of the walnut trees havo a yet more dcllcato green. The Senior Class Hlnton, of Paris, Miss F.lminta of Others are of a bright sunny yellow. student at K. C. W., visited Mrs. R. Lancaster High School Hawthorne, Nathaniel "American K. Mcltoberts and Attended the dance requests the honor of your presence evening. Friday at their Commencement Exercises Castle Ha Unique History. Little Miss Mary Shockclford, who Thursday evening, May twenty-sixt- h One of the oldest nud mutt fasclnat eight o'clock has been visiting her grandmother, ing English castles. The Snltwood," School Auditorium Mrs. F.mmn Kaulfman, has returned CLASS ROLL near Hjllie, has a unlijuo history. The home in Richmond. to her Virginia Jones Heazlcy, Ruby Mac castle Is over 1.KO years old. It was Mr. George Smith, who has been Gastincau, Henry H. Moore, Lucille , """t by Olsc, son of Henglst, In 443, In Cincinnati for the past week, has Janet Sutton, Eugene II. Cochran, and rebuilt by Henry de Essex, the returned and will resume his duties Clyde E. Holtzclaw, Mayme Wilson king's standard bearer, In about 1100. The famous Thomas a' Docket's muron route No. 1 In n few days. Stapp nnd Martha Ward Sweeney. derers met there In 11C2 and laid their plans. During tho reign of King Mrs. Hen Letcher, of Louisville, John It was noted as tho resldeece of Mrs. Wyatt Letcher, of Danville, Mr. Scott the archbishop of Cunterbury. E. L Owsley and Mrs. W. R. Cook, Mis Margaret Scott and Mr. Elmesuay. were visitors in unnrasier Three Species of CI raffs. bert Teater surprised their family Dr. Samuel Johnson did not quit) Mr, and Mrs. Loui Tinder and ami friend on last Wednesday by cover celeIn Mr. V M. Tinder, of North Midi e- - driving to Stanford, where they were brated tho facts whendefinedhit gidictionary, he tho town arc guest this week of Mr. and united In marriage by Rev. Arnold, raffe as "an animal taller Mrs. H. F. Robinson, on Lexington of that city. than the elephant, hut not so thick." avenue Mrs. Teater is the second daughter A a matter of fact, there are at least of Mr. Jas. A. Scott, of Faint Lick, three pecles of giraffe- - tho one with Mrs Iluckner Spindle and daugh ,0,,K familiar to us. ana accomplished ,wo "v arrived anil a beautiful and ter, Marjorie, of .Norfolk, vuuu, nun imi'iis in uurii. vast- Mr. Tenter Is a SOll Spin young woman. Tuci lay and will be with Mrs. county,! em Airicn, una hioub u,n mini inmni horn (,n hc buU)i dle's parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Mc- - of Mr. Allen Teater of this prominent farmer of sterling variety, with ns imiiiy and is a live small Kobrrts, for several weeks' worth and honor. horns on Its crown. In the second .Misses Hortcnse Lewis, Flora Ar- The best wishes of a host of the patches In the network of mentrout, Margaret Hckeisin and friend go with them os they journey coloring are larger mid of n brighter chestnut than In the ordinary kind. Elizabeth Walker, of K. C. W., were through life. guests of Mr. Luther Gibbs and atTonic tor Flowers. tended the dance Friday evening. The water )u which beef has been C. I). Strother has returned washed lefnru cooking makes an ex- 3. . Rev. IS from Chattanooga, Tcnn., where he cellent tonic for roses and geraniums. attended the 'Southern Haptist Con. 1 Milady Smoked Long Ago. nave just received a new IS vention. He was nccompanled home Smoking among women started supply of the by his wife and little son, James Itus IS Walter Italelgh otreml the sell, who have been visiting relatives i Best Grade of Guar-antee- d in Nashville, Tcnn. ho nmos, lmI(, t)(? it.nfll,y wUll uls ,g Rubber 'd the few whiffs I m and will rubber your buggy $! ,So The dance given by the I ncaster l""acco u;e royai lauy Hop Club Friday evening was large-:- " for $15.00. Give me a trial and satisfy y attended and thoroughly enjoyed ,, (Kjk8 Uonfd Phone lb". J? yourself. by the guests. Centre College or- - ,.,. Ilorlon. ,.. i.,.,.,.-- ,. rpf0vere.L delightful music. however, nml look .1 imlr r.llzahettian rhestrn furnished H. VANHUSS A A. Refreshments were served at inter-- j revenge by making the countess of --7 Lancaster, Ky Nottingham and till her maids smoke A number of mission. out a nhole plpo among them. guests were present. CatftiitatttrallillKklKyir.lSal "''i ol Note-Hook- ." Teater. Alij-ilnl- 11 sin-cle- s I Rubber Tireing w . Mr. and Mrs. Hanks Hudson and Mr. J. C Robinson will go to Lex. Mr. Hanks Hudson, Jr., of Danville, Mm. Alfred lirent, who has been spending several weeks with her fath. Ington this week for a visit to rela-tlvwere guest of tho family of Mr. W. er, Hon. It. 11. Tomlinson, has reA. Farnau Sunday. turned to her- - home In Lexington. I'rof. Paul Iloyil ami Hev. Harry Mr. At ha Dunn, Mr. am) Mrs. The Junior class of the High Hudion were visitor in LexinKton John Smith, Mr. and Mr. Loris Sop-e- r, School will entertain Friday evening Monday. of Danville, attended the funeral at the home of Miss Lavcrue DiclK'r-so- n Mr. Ruth Taylor, of Detroit, It of .Mrs. Mary Hamilton Monday afat "Hill Court" in honor of the ternoon. vUUIne Mr. Nellie Taylor and Senior class. daughter. Miss Katie llarne Dickenson, of Mrs. W. II. Wilkinson left Tues.lay Missis Sue Shelby Mason and Hamilton College, has been spending in Stan, n few days with her mother, Mrs. for n visit to her daughter, Mr. For. Ethel Walter were vUitor Will Dlckerson, during the absence est Fitzgerald and Mr. Fitzgerald in ford Saturday. Danville. While there Mr. Wilkin, of her fothcr. ton, who ha been ill for several Mr. John Wither, of Louisville, Mrs. Joe Robinson, Mrs. Joe Walk, weeks will be under Dr. like Cowan's ha been spending a few days with er, Mrs. John Farm, Mr. G. II. care. Ml Julia Held. Kobinson, Misses Fannie ami He t tie Mr. Aihby Warren, of Stanford, West were among tho visitors in Misses I.Ida Mae and Alice Kny wa tho guett of hi nunt. Jilt Jen. Danville Saturday. entertained a few of their friends Sunday in honor of their visitor, Miss nie Duncan Sunday, Miss Mury Arnold, who is spending Ida Spcake. Those being present I Mr. J. II. Klnnalril has returned several weeks In Louisville, spent a were Misses Marie Ray, Maude Clark, I from a visit to her litter, Mr. Jake few days last week with her sister, Kmmii and Luln Smith, Messrs. Robt. Kob!non, In Danville. Mrs. Joe. Francis and Mr, Francis, Ray nnd Oreur Whlttaker. ' I . Mr. J. It. Mount and Miss Joan on Danville avenue. 1. ... v. i.ouiiisuii 01. .1. uini ,un, rr1. r 11 . ... daugh-. Mount have returned for a visit to Wagner Herry, of N'lcholasvllle are parents of a Miss Mary relative in Lagrange. Shnrn-lmn- r. and Miss Elizabeth ,cr ,oru nt thc'r homo on the Lcxjri Mr. Dora Wheeler, of Danville, Adams, of SpringlUld. students of nton road recently, The child has Robinson. ha been the guest of her daughter, K ,C. WLt wersjtheattractlve guesu;""" named Connctte'Mr. Hen Wood and Mr. Wood. MrsS Harry Hudson Mrs. Robinson was formerly Miss Elizabeth Lyne, daughter of Mr. and Little Miss Fitzgerald, of Danville, Sunday Mrs. George Lyne. hat been visiting her grandparents, Dr. and Mrs. W. Utndram McFor-In the Central Kentucky District Mr. and Mr. W. II. Wilkinion. laml, of New York, who are enjoying through Kentucky, spent Debating Tournament in Loxington, Be measured for a fin Glob Suit a motor trip Mr. Iifow Wilson, wa in the MatH. will, pair Extra Trousers FREE at a few hour In Lancaster Saturday son high school team, which the with Mrs. llcttie Landram and Mr. Anderton Bros. judge rVited as the second strongest Louis Landram. In Central Kentucky. All Judges Mr. and Mr. Dunlap Wanton and Mr. Harrington King West and united In saying that La fori Wllion children have moved to Mr. Harry Anderson' residence, en Maple ave. Miss Winifred West, who have been was a coming debater of first rank. guests of Mrs. West's daughter, Mr. This newt it of great Interest here as Messrs. Henry Simpson and John Robort Klnnaird and Mr. Klnnalrd, Lafon Wilson ! the ton of Mr. Ellen Sampson have returned from a weeks returned last Friday to their home Mayes Wilson, who It to well re y at Dry Ridge, near Cincinnati. In Lexington, Virginia. membered here by many friends. e. t-- IE 3E -- I FRESH PAINT WORKS I, MANY W AMBERS 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 WOT FADE OR SCRAPE OFF. Cost Less Lasts Longer ANY OTHER KIND SOON GIVES YOUR PROPERTY A SECOND HAND APPEARANCE. COME IN AND TALK IT OVER WITH US. WILL BE MONEY IN YOUR POCKET. STORMES DRUG STORE. FIRST THOUGHT IN DRUGS. stnblishcd 1853 Phono 39, Lancaster, Ky EE The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday, May 19, 92 1 1 MAPLE SIRUP SUPPLY FOR FAMILY When Your House Burns WILL YOU HAVE TOU certainly want to X tare montfy, and you wwM Whi to hare better btkhg. Then use Calumet It's the easje. thing you cm da to Improve the Quality of yow bakings ted tower bakiag coeta. INSURANCE AND OR COMFORT Faetarlea In tho WoiU. No Bsk-ta- g Powder Is made undc. better cofKiltiea-Bo- ae caa be better In quality. dient at have been o!Hclally endorsed br the U. S. Puro Food Authorities. An absolute guar an test hat K la pure. Calumctla made in the lane est, most eaaltaiy Baking IWJ It contains only Buch ingre- LOSS AND POVERTY? After the fire Is n poor time to bemoan your It will not restore your loss. Before the fire is the time to Insure. It will keep you from possible poverty and save you years of usclcs labor. Insurance is so inexpensive nnyune can afford it. The disastrous results of a fire are so srent no one can afford to take them. fate. Boiling Mipl, Sap In Kettles. Prepared by lh U & twrwrtment nf Asrtrtillur.) tree crow or where sugar enne or sorghum In section where sugar-mapl- e nre grown, the farmer may produce nil the sirup tho fuinlly consume. Many former of the North Atlmitlc states- produce tlielr own nmple sirup, anil In tin1 southern states the home pnvildctli'ti of cane ntitl sorghum sirup li even more common. Sorghum Is ntsu grown to n considerable extent In nrtn of n unusual for southern families to produce ten to tin North. It V of sirup for homo conwtmiptlon, n king a very liniMittniit contribution to tho family living, gal-Io- CALUMET MAKING POWP1W It received hiahest Awards, World'! E. PRESCOTT 5R0WN KENTUCKY. Must Not Sling Mud. driver who drives his car so ns to splnsh (Kile ttrlans Is! liable to Incur n heavy tine In Japan. ' To prevent this possibility, Japanese I' drivers equip nil four wheels with odd fenders. consisting of strips of paper or fabric suspended from n horizontal board fastened to the hub-caAn nutnrnobllo LANCASTER, IMPLEMENTS FOR CLEANING HOUSE A London Statue. Tlio Achilles stntue In Hyde pnrk, London, was cast from ri ennnon captured during tho Duke of Wellington's victories, anil I dedicated to him and bis troop; Proper Tools and Materials Arc Essential for Performing Tasks Easily and Quickly. KEEP THEM IN RIGHT PLACE a Lightning Rod. n building 0.000 foot above the son lorn should he protected hy lightning rods, hut the attronomlrnl oIiMrrntory at Mount Etna tins not, and doe not, need such protection. Tho observnlory Is near the summit of the volcnno, and the stream of vnpor constantly rising from the crater nets ns n natural conductor, draining the electricity out of the clouds so that lightning I seldom seen Smoke js should be quickly dried. Dry mops limy In oiled or oiled mops renewed by pouring n few drops of light lubricating oil or any good floor oil Into nn old dUh or and setting tin the mop In those for n day or two; or the mop mny he sprinkled with a little oil and nlloweil to stand until the oil spreads through the strings. Tho Initial rost of Implements of quality may be n trllle greater bsti those of poorer grade, but ones generally give longer 11 Paris Espositten. Parts, France eoeitlre pcisel ol tf wper-k- x Berk. Iure Food Eraoalttoa, CW-c- o It is wirr and domestic sdenthts than ay other brasd. .used by more houac pd AM jroti bare to do Is to compare costs to determine how rmsda jrod caa Mrs by buying CalusxL Ctetea is the muscle bufldtog part of ttowsflilcirisofgreatlmrrtafice. To be sore you git It in your & It is sold at a moderate price. flour.1 3 UrSTftZ cup butter, Dines otkaofSeeasvlil unr. It would seem that fngs use plsln ffaur andirood baking powder, (not srlt tisTng rloor there. Raising the Goat. In sonic of the towns of Queensland goats arc used for drawing water carts. In teams of four or sometimes eight Coats are also bred and trained for racing In Hint Australian province, and n 1110" meet where speedy billies nnd nannies aro entered may always be counted on to draw n large crowd. Ideal Arrangement Is to Have Com. plete Set Stored In Orderly Man. ner In Convenient and Well Ventilated Closet j ROOSTERS To Get IUnThe Neck. SpecUl fied their intentions of In the campaign for the production of infertile eggs nnd it is expected that practically ail produce houses In Kentucky will take part in the trrtparot ThislBank: Knows Vou IT WANTS TO SERVE YOU TION is one of thejsecrot the lioute-Ltt'liplans her dally, workly, ami semiannual houcrlenn!!ig, it con not be dime easily mm! quickly wtthoNt unable cleaning tools ami mniertal. if they nre kept together In one ittetce, time, bivther nnil itene Mrength art wtved. If they are ivei gotsl rare, money Is snvisj, Tlio Ideal arrfmevsaeiit t tu lmf a iiHuplt'le Mored In untetty ftutt-IoIn a convettlrHi, well xHitUntml WhHher n fm or Has My kifcile Htv lieeilist, it Is esutosHleitl to wll tunil, dHrabte toots iimt kesji ihom In ci mi. I eomtitlttM ami rismsimsI togetlier. If jKCfcrMe, It H well to knt on Door H Mtptvly at mhhh1 of the things most eosMunlly as.il. Give Tools Ccod Care. Am far us possible. cteHttbH: '"Is should Ik put nway diuli dihJ rntdy ot So matter how by the L'Mtrtl Airk-ulm- r Put.s I I)rt-mtn- t rricr For "Kootter Wl." of community prosiierii'ty, U'e want to with ou in securing vour own success in the business or agricultural w.rlJ, oc in the professions of life. Your successmraori cur succe s. A savings or checking nrcount atjthis bankor both will be to your convenien-- e and financial advantugr. Itis.the predominate desire of this bank. b'l. by Long.Handkd Dustpan Saves aches. Dack. THEsNATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. S. C. DENNY, Cashier. ich ue. Capital 50,000. Surplus Honor' Roll Bank Armor. Men have used body nrmor of some uxrept In kind since earliest iinys, withstanding several ballistic testa, neither our modern plate nor our padded armor seems to be much Improved over the old helmet nnd Easy. A distinguished London lias two maids, both named Is a Cockney, the other n dlfllcnlty of distinguishing solved by tho easy method one Kite and the other confusion ever arises, London Post. ' i 50,000. Meaning of Dream of Venison, To dream of venison Indicates that tho dreamer will bo surprised by heart ing from a friend n communication of a plenslng and gratifying nature. long-nbscn- Just One Mouthful In tho stomach of a shark recently captured off Australia were found a clergyman mustard tin and the lemonade bottle Kate. One and a woman's bathing suit. The Scot. Tha mustard tin and tho lemonudo bottle the two Is might be n little dlltlcult to get down, of calling but surely It wouldn't call for the No gulping ability of n shark to swallour Kate. a woman's tinthlug milt nowadays. should Ik hung by .strluax or nnv vyi-fastened to the ImumNv eo tSMit tho weight iIih" not ret on the Ktraws, bristles or string. tTHrj', alo should bo set so that ibe woirht Jm-- s not come on the brutii. The hair nnd lint whhh hituiiimIiui'" in brushes, esperlnlly In earit seiwrs, tuny be tnken out with an old buttonhook, n course ronib or old Corn brooms may be washed In hot sofipsuds, but rare must be tnken r.ot to let the water rust the wire which hold the strawh to the liandle HrlMlo brushes mny be wnslo-- with lukewnnn water and n little niniiiimln s for llrcMihMi, tiru-h- in nhI mnts vr and Wtinr sttIcv nnd ore more In Ik ond ltoforo buying an Ms.'Jally wxpeturiST eteaHlng itevtce r ase used werssnally, swtlt ns the follsr1te should U Will it be Hod rnoucli to Jtthtlfy tlui eostl Haw luwh cure In rhsji.lng wl slnrwiK will It require? WRI It time and energyl Will It tnefce muih esH"dnlly illwigree Able task lens uti4eamtit J A few ImidetHetils give liettrr s"nlce and reiiilre lo4 mm than n large col Icetkin boHghr hapttasnnl. qHtss-tltM- nll ue well-eliose- REMOVING DIRT FROM WALLS A Brush or Oroom Covered With Soft Cloth Should Be Used Avoid d (tubbing Too Hard. pered i4Miered and Ordinary walls and eutlllig should be cleaned wllli n wall bruh or a broom covered with soft cloth, such as cotton flannel. Light overlapping strokes should strokes rub Ibe dirt be used; In. Cotton (Hitting Is khM for cleaning places that soli more quickly thitn the ret for exnmple, the wall over radiators, registers nnd stoves. The wnlt should be rubbed lightly with the cotton, whb h should Ikj turned .a It becomes solicit. There are commercial pastes and powders for cleaning wall papers, but, In general, lbee should bo applied only by mi export. Au amateur ! likely to huve n streaked Mall If he attempts to use them. The steadied washable papers used lu kitchen nnd bathrooms may be cleaned with n dampened cloth, but wnti-- r must be used sparingly: If It seeps In, the paper will tie loosened. Varnishing the jmer in tneie room will make It more nearly tnuervlims to moisture nnd steam and will lri-ve- nt houehold speclnl It from tills of the t'nlti-i- l States Department of Agriculture say. y Heosters are to have a special price placed on their heads during "Kooster Week," May M to 28tk. areoriilng te J. llelnirs Martin. In f the peultry werk ef the j rhartTe CollfCe f Agriculture, ho tedny that a number of prwduce houses in the SUte have aasreed to la 4(tnrmisiaUK rvswtrrs during the suasmer Motttas ay etftr. premians Iter inff two te three-cepound on those marketed that week. The State Ileani of Heultk 1ms aln In the so agreed to and wilt illilrtVute circulars on the enre ami handting uf eggs in itddrtlen to icoliig that all State rules in reirard U the candling of eggs are enforced. Rooster running in the poultry mentks ttoek dnnnsr the ss)ssiMr cause farmers heavy lassos each yuar. poultry speeiaHsIs state, by producing firtile eggs which spoil rapidly during warm weather and nre discriminated ngtnt on the market. The object of "Hooster Week" hi to show farmers tbe neiil for killing. conHning or selling all male bidrs during the warm months. While the campaign is expected to reach its height during the week of May 23 to Sbth., many roosters nre expected to during the mako their final crow weeks before and after thnt time. More than 20 of the largest poul try dealers in the Stato have signi ! nt cans-palg- To Kill Moths. few drops of your fnvnrtlo perfume dropvd on small pieces of pumice stono and takl among clothes w III drive moths away and give a delicate eder to jour tnrmenls Thrift Maga- tine. A FOR SALE Store Room And Mer- cantile Stand. The ttarrard Hank & Trust Co. as assignee of J. K. Whitted offers for sale privately. The residence, store room nad Mill, the property coming to the central of the undersigned as assignee of J. K. Whitted. This property Is located at N'ina, (larrard Co., and is one of tho very best country mercantile standi In Crntrsl The stock of goods will also be sold privately. If you are interested In a good money making proposition see us at once. We will alto sell privately the small farm of about thirty acres situated near Nina. This ts a fertile convenient small farm with new dwelling on tho pike, rich sand stone land. Garrard Hank & Trust Co., Assignee, J. K Whitted, J. W. Klmore, Cashier. J. H. Jtoblnion. Attorney. Ken-tucky. JBARBEE'S KING, f 3898 Jli fkUlrrl U llourlii Cbl'f : . . .. ( ' II.trl.on Chl.j xat Klllf IVMIwu.il nanrtwbKlos lls Ulun Ilsllebr IJllim' Dromirt i PMiaLjj 3f THE UNIVERSAL CAR The simplicity of the Fori! car, its stability in construction, the famous heat treated Vanadiurn steel with its marvelous strength and flexibility the low cost of operation and maintenance, its case in operation, all have made the Ford car the (treat favorite in every land in the world. It's tiic onc car that always satisfies and serves. A utility beyond question that all can afford. Wc will be pleased to have your order. Don't delay because the demand Yc havclmost everyis heavy all the time. thing in motor car accessories, sell the jenuinc Ford Parts, and assure the best in mechanical repair work. Mt .... (luufhtrrof Klrlifluu !Ktu( I Nrll KtwtbseMIU T, hj Hnlltit IllsbUndrr Darbee'a Kin? Is a beautiful rich golden chestnut with star and I bcllcvo lie lins feather, sixteen hands high, weighs 1,200 pounds. more style and finish than any young saddle stallion in the South. Has a neck of great length, tho best natural tall of any stallion alive, great Has been awarded fifteen first prues at George I:nco and hock action. town, Cynlhlana, Falmouth, Kwlng, Paris, Lexington nnl Louisville Kentucky fairs. Barbie's KIiir won first prixe at the Colurtbla Horso When you saddle horse, mare or Bidding. Show for best consider elxc, breeding, with great individuality, no horse has a better Has proven himsef n splendid right to aire horses for ring nnd park. fire of extra fine colt nnd all of thorn saddle naturally whither out of Will make tho season of 1021 At 15.00. saddle bred mare or net. at my farm, ono mile East of Stanford on the Crab Orchard pike. Will also stand two good mule Jacks, which have proven to be Kreat breeders, a,t 10.00. At the same place will stand the famous Hubble and Kubanks' Jack, to serve Jennets only, at $25.00 for Jack colts and $12.50 for JenWill graze rnd care for Money to be paid when colts foaled. nets. nares at $3.00 per month, but not responsible for accldenti or escapes. Thene 117, fivc-galti- d Nur lily I SoM.J ss Jaektati, Jr. Hioocwall When Possible Devote Closet to Clean. Supplies. Ing-Da- W.L. Cordier, Stanford, Ky teasNHmfuls dilute ammonlu to tho horux (1 teaiiMnfut to the uuurt) and then HiimsI In clear water. Water l likely to Injure tho back uf a brush and to loosen the cement hy which the bristle uro hebl lutikeit. III place III tlx; lest Tho brush, therefore, should not be coveret'. with wnter. but should be wuhc by s.uulr.g the bristles buck und forth In shullow water; It should te dried with the bristles douti or with the weight teatlng on the side of the brush. The drying should be done iiilckly, but not In nil Intense heat. Drying In sunshine whitens light bristles. The weighted brittle brush used lu polishing Moors should be washed occasionally to prevent the accumulation of dirt and wax from darkening the wood. Renewing Oiled Mops. Mops may be washed In hot suds uul rinsed U clear, hot water; they (.'I iiiart) or i'XK-uslv- e Household Qmlionr Haselden Bros Garage. not Intcres'ted In any car except Ford Ltmo uiul Iruu both uro found in apples. Llniu Is eskvutlnl to digestion mid Iron to life Itself. garments should be Kmbrolden-pressed buck duwu on au old bath tovvvl or thick soft pad. The eyebrows should be brushed tilgbt and morning with a small brush that Is sold for the purpose; this promotes their growth and trains them Into abape. The Central Record. Lancastei , Ky., Thursday, May 19 92 1 1 GIVES REASONS FOR DEPRESSION Rail flKUala TO EFFECTIVELY ADVERTISE FARM SALES i Declares Freight Charges Not the Cause of Stagnation. Chief PRODUCTS ARE Use the Paper that covers Central and Eastern Kentucky Like a Blanket. FARM CITED of Business Depression and Lack Demand the Real Trouble. fare the yetMtn rmwtilttie (UHHtoree, wMeh It THE LEXINGTON HERALD (Incorporated) he. WaMntn, l. r tn tetifylne tin Inter-Mal- CfHtdHrtlrMf th-l- nt CONN & CONN, an tiwintrj into the rallrixiil ctttwll"". f JMIto Kr4tehNlt. chairman J. L. NAYLOR, Adv. Manager. nt thi Southern I'aHtle com - .m zmr aw iiiw-puny, went Into prettt detail it to the . f t f f ft a t r t. r t t i r v i kf rT-r- t effect of frotght rate on pnIiiep ship The incut, foreign hih! thitneitle mnln ptHnt In- - itmde in thin part of Puncture-proo- f III tetliiMitiy wer': Tint That business dtprculen It not the rciult of high freight rati. dmiRhter, Mrs. Tom Doolin nnd Mr. SecondThat the real cause ef stag, Doolin. nation in produce shipments It lack men buslneia men all who of market or profiteering. Have you read the Francit Smith PROFESSIONAL Mr. Tom Ward. Mil. C. It. Henry on time, who "must get lie nld In jmrt : ad7 and children mortered to Kirktvllle there sure" have learned to rely upon the dependA widespread pri'imsniwlu I Im'iu ltunnella spent Sumiajr Sundny and visited Mr. nnd Mrs. R. Mis ability of Lee Puncture proof tires. ofirrled nrt In amtne piddle nntltmtit II. Ward. with .Mint Fannie Muridii. ngnilKt existing fretflit rule. Mheren In nlno years, more than n million Lea Puncture-pro- of the fact U tlmt even since the rate' Mrt. C. It. Henry was 11 vhrltor Mr. nnd Mrs. Marcus White and pneumatics have been sold for owner-drive- n tf lrti Monday ef Mr. .1. L Ynntfe. have heen n,dVHtiee the passenger cars; physicians', salesmen's and delivery were Sunday three littleMaUKhtcrs I than fnr lt iMirtlnc miHliiiwIltle cars; light, medium or heavy trucking service .Mr. ami Mr. Henry Tuttle wero visitors of Mrs. John Ilronddus of t tht toll taken hy the imtillHi Lee Puncture-proo- f tires arc ideal equipment wherever ami the retailer fur buying nnd Sunday vWtor ef Mr. and Mm. A. Hyattsviilo. X. MerWn. uninterrupted service increases earnings or profits. selling them. Mr. and Mr. Henry Yntor and Public Misted at to Situation Mr. and Mr. Mlley I!eoile and daughter, Kllzabvth nnd son, James The additional comfort, safety, savingand satisfacnro advanI'roplo nro misled mid renilmte that iMihy were Sunday um4 of Mr. and spent Sundny with Mr. nnd Mrs. John tion represented by Leo Puncture-proof- s high rate hove the tmtvrmeflt Mrs. William Kinder. tages that no motorist can afford to disregard. Ynter, near Judson. nf n larce aiimiint of freight nnl tlmt You need not hesitate to use Lee Puncture-proo- f Mr. nnl Mr. Milton Wan! .pcnt Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Walker, Mr. rnllwaj would make mure mimey the pneumatic equipment. Our cash refund guarantee put rubber r with Mr. nnd Mr. and Mrs. Alfred I'oyntcr and children M If they would redilre the rate und the pail week-enagainst puncture, protects you. will ImoaveiyLa It. II. Ward of Madison. therehy revive the inline. flflr Gladys and Calvin were entertained There Is the stronge"! renmn to Little MIm Lucille Simpson, of Sudnny nt the home of Mr. nnd Mrs. thnt the very great reduction In I vidtinc her sister, Mr. (Srcen I'oyntcr of Lincoln. trullle ha been tine nlino't entirely to Ollle (Irahnni nnd Mr. Onihnm'. that nre eondltlon general Imslne. Mrs. Carrie Davidson and Mr. nnd Mrs. Joe Turner nnd son, Virsil Mr. W. T. Sutton had for their Sun- world utile In Ihetr effect, nnd that Phone would have mine If there had lecii no nnd little daughter, Alice, visited Mr. dny visitors Mr. and Mrs. T. Itice, advance In freight rate. nnd Mrs. J. 1'. Foley Sunday. :nnd daughter, Miss Cnrlyn and two reached their cotmiKHlltle Prices of Cow I'eat, Soy Deant, Cane Seed, tons, '.. T. Itlco, Jr., nnd Itobert ninxlnitim In the first half of the yenr ItrjO mid thcrenfter felt with great Hungarian Millet, Tennettre Millet. Leslie, of Richmond, Mr. Guy David, 'son nnd sons, Robert and Glenn, of rapUllty In I'miim. the 1'ntled .stHte Iludton & Farnau. und the fnltetl Kingdom. The fall In Mm. Mack Turner nnd two chil- Lancaster and Mr. James L. Yantis. the t'nlted State legnn In May. and Tht Cook'i Want. dren spent Saturday with her par Means Much. Jud Tunklni. Right Diet wa rapidly on It nay downgrade In Continuous Reign. New Cook Ye. tnn'm. I not only some people nev J ml TunUlM wild? "(Slvo mo health nnd September, when the iithanced rate ent., Mr. and Mr. Xoah Marsee. um the front dor when I er havo any Idea of pulling together wants to day and I will make the pomp nf took eA'u-t- . trnlllc tlld Neverthele Houndshel! ! A lecturer says that women will be Mr. ami Mrs. Hilary ruling this country twenty yenr from cotnc in. out i wain yiu in scrap) times me prtolllon I some kind .iilvrors rldlrulou." Itlght habits lint tlrop for nt four month. Mrs', (.an I now. your feet when you come In the hack of n olltlcnl full for their personal of cntlng do a lot toward supplying Slump Not Cauted by Higher Rates ami family visited Mr. nnd Of courso; why should ho abdl num nnd Mrs. A. J. I'aync. Sundny. i catuT Hoston Transcript. way. Itmton lot benefit. health. It wu n general deflation mid full Everybody can buy a tult now. I Sweetness of Spring Air. In prim from the height to wltl-- h One pair Extra Troutcra Free at j The soft sound of water moving they had Iteen driven hy.wnr cuiidl-tlot- i Anderton Broi. among thousands of era. blades Is to tlmt Iihm miiMMt a stagnation tif bulne throtichotit the world. Mr. anil Mr. John Oshorn were tho hearing n tho sweetness of spring That It I not cnticd hy tlie cot of visitors in Jossnmine Thursday niuht, sir to the scent. It I so faint and diffused thnt exact spot whenca shown Utiortiitlm I convincingly huylus KUOts of Mr. nnd Mrs. J. K. Durham. fo Issues cannot the tllsccrned, yet It I It lo hy the fact that Moppaco of nml distinct, ami my footsteps nro slower Mr. ami Mrs. Jamtu Mnrsee hat cntivd an tnerMiitty of hl Yonder, In tho corners hellttt lonnaze mte have Iweo ton. were visitors rocently of her ks I listen. nt the lowent point In their parenUi. Mr. nnd Mrs. .1. I). White. of tho mead, the atmosphere Is full of hlttory The sunshliM MomI nines Carrie Davidson andW. lome ethereal vnpor. Sotwlthatandlnc thet' low rule, T. Sutton were In Ijincnster, Thur-tin- y ttnys In the nlr there at If the srcen hedges held Ihe ulnd from brushing u creut xtnirmi- oifitn trnlllc with Mr. und Mr, (luy Davidson. It uwny. Hlrhnnl Jeffries, lion nt rail tnillle, and itillllon of ton Mr. ami Mrs. John Oshorn and of flilpplnic here and uhrnail nro rut-Innwny In Idleno. Many cohuiiimII- - Miss Lee Anna Oshorn were Sundny The Dog as Human Food. tie would not move even If the freight visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Cnuy Nay-lo- r. The dog forms an linortiiiit nrtlclo t'harve on them were MhollHhed eu In of food among in any nations. ttrely, IktiiuV iiroducem can llnd no Society (stands, etc young China, Mr. and Mr. Simon Tnnkersley puppies the market. are considered n great dell That the decline In hiivlnex I not were quests for the day Sundny of ency, and im Mild by Europeans who due to pnihlhlllvo freight rule It her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. X. Mot. bnvo overcome their prejudices, to b kliown hy the following: example: Ida. very tweet nnd palatable. Tho tntto tn January nf till, yrar th Intal Mttstrs. Itohert Ilrown and Henry for dug's llesh Is of very enrly origin. I'tvi anl lonnaie t( llnra nl of young and undents Ocit.n Piwratnl lir th Hsulhrrn Tuttle were KUtsts Thursday nliiht Thedog as excellent food;a and Ilyppo-cratrido Cornnanr Ml oft 41 pr cnt. fnt cf Mr. and Mrs. Frank Urown, of Tha combined Inlrjitata frrlaht Ion. plactil It on it footing with mutArliona ami Netaita il.cllnr.1 nice In crnt Doyle. tn rr In allhouih no ltirrra ton and pork. The Itoinnns were fond the latraatata frelihl ratra In lhM and sacrificed Mr. and Mr. J. D. Kay. of I'leas-an- t of tiicklng-pupples- , authnrlmt Htalra ha brn or mail Thla tlacr.aaa rm Hill were recent visitors of their them to tho god. brarej craln hay ami llvntofk. aa htl aa orra anil r.thr cornrttodlllra. COTTON UNtMIPCtD FOR LACK Or MARKETS Of a Taiaa cotton crop of ovr four Report of the Condition of The mUllon balra. It pr cnt r.maln. Tht aotraoa cott of rail and waltr ihlpm.nt from producing point ta Llvtrptol hat bt.n rtductd wapar 100 p.undi. In tha bout f million fare of whUh about balra of cotton I. a than normal hn Hank, doing butinett at tha town of Dryanttvllle, County of Garrard, Stat is aiiwrtrd to Uvarool Ouvlnu.ly lh frfleht rata la not rea(wnalbla for resiof Kentucky at the clot of butlnett on 7th. day of May, 1921. is -tha ra.trlctKl mowmtnt Ilurtm SptruiLr. Octob.r. and Norambrr tS0. t per cant Ira rlca, RESOURCES W par cent lata canneit talmon and TJ par cant Iraa drlrd fruit war than durlnc tha tuna month SS1.103.S7 Loan and Discount of tha prextoua year, althouih tha 293.'J4 Overdrafts, secured and unsecured reduction In octan ralta wat tub. Manually more than tht Incrtai. in 13,335.00 Stocks, Bonds and other Securities Inland rail ratt. that tha matarUI dacllna In lha rtrmrla of thrae cent, 0.083. U) Due from Hanks sevmoditla In tha face of Irta 1,912.01 coat of trantportatlon, Cash on hand in Tht Cate of the Fruit Grower 3,300.00 Hanking Home, Furniture and Fixtures Tht! trouhle of the California lemon grower have nttnu-tei- l much iittenllnn. 10(l,3JS.t'.' Total eighty-foosixiy-seve- n lie claim he I unahle to tlilp hi ' the liica'iietl prt'luct lHcnuie LIABILITIES freight rule. A removal of nil the recent IncrviiMi of the rale on lemon Capital Stock paid In, in cash $15,000.00 would not help him. Ho linn it rale hy .Surplus Fund 10,000.00 through the I'liniiiuii I'nnnl of ltea 1,823.11 expenses nnd taxes paid .1 Undivided Trout, le - 4S jsr cent t tin li halff the mil 02.7S5.31 Deposits subject to check rule, yet hi lemon are not iimrkettd. 08,505.31 5,720.00 Tho aeruge prim of a ruptaloupe Time Deposits laid down In Now York In the acu.oti Five-roo- m 11,000.00 of lift) wn not tiiillo 11 cent. At mils Payable they wero retulleit at nhout 'J. ceil I a, thero I n further roflt to MimelMKly $100,328.12 Total of II tent per cnntaloue. GARRARD, Set. Tlie niaiiiicerM nf the prnpngaiidn for STATE OF KEXTUCKY, COUXTY OF a general reduction of freight rate WILLIAMS, President and Cashier We. C. C. DECKER and J. hav lntt tight of tlie fart that In OcT tidier, HCH, l.iaVCit carload of ma I of tho above named Hank, do solemnly swear that the above statement It were moel. helne the minimum mov- true to the best of our knowledge and belief. C. C. DECKER, President ed In any mouth In the preceding (wo year, although It wu handltM nt the J. C. WILLIAMS, Cashier. ndvnnced freight rale, mid wo have Subscribed and svyorn to before me this 16th. day of May, 1021. liuurtl notliliiK at to ci m I Icing prtv dui-eat n loo or of the mill iiiIik My Commission Expires March 1, 1924. owner going nut of bit'm hcaue J llogun Ballard, Notary Public. of exUllns freight rule. Correct Attettt Tlie periYiituct of frvlxht chorfei Xoah Mance, Jr. tn value In Ihe enrly it uf HCl It H. Swope almott tiuttly the-- aiue an It wat It B. P. Swope, Director. 10M. For mlcs and further information write "Need any help, Doctor?" "Yes! I need that LEE two punctures already- x Cord Fve had and must get there sure" GUY. I)yie et tner-chan- tl e ee, Lancaster, Ky cZZz) A ' Kim-rsi- leit f Publice Auction of Three Valuable RESIDENCES SATURDAY, 1... AT TWO O'CLOCK Lnpiitnrl on Alta Avenue and Adams Street. e In The City of Danville, Ky. MAY 21st, es !Te-- rt RESIDENCE NO. Contains sev large basement, electric lights, gas and en rooms, furnace, ter. Lot sixty by one hundred and eighty feet. This is a strictly modern residence and located in one of the best dence sections of the city. This residence has been newly painted and papered. RESIDENCE NO. 2... Located on Adams Street in the Highlands. Contains a good en rooms, water and lights. It is ideally located neighborhood on a nice quiet street. The lot has a frontage of t feet by a depth of 160 feet. There is an property with same depth which will be sold lot adjoining this at same time. Here is a rare opportunity for any purchaser who desires a splendid residence and plenty of ground. RESIDENCE NO.3... cottage located on East Main Street, a short distance beyond the city limits. Water and lights and modern conveniences without city taxes. This lot has a frontage of 75 feet and depth of 400 feet. Parties desiring to inspect any of this property before day of sale should call on the undersigned, or telephone 529. Terms Easy and made known on day of sale. Uij BANK OF BRYANTSVILLE on.-hal- bn ........ .................... ..................... ... - -- a I. M. DUNN & COMPANY REAL ESTATE BROKERS DANVILLE, KY. Th Central Record, Lancaster. Ky. Thursday, May 19, 1921 CULTIVATE CORN TO HELP YIELD . Only Twa Sura Ways, Sr ' Thorough, Early Plowing Encourages Plant Growth and Prevents Soil Crusting. DESTROYS ALL YOUNG WEEDS Succeisfut Qrowers Favor Shallow Cultivation, Except Where Excessive Rains Have Packed Soil Maintain Dust Mutch. rw H sr ir Barbee's King 3898 f Bourbon Chief 976 u 10 z id Bourbon Kins 178S 'Annie u 09 at on L f Squirrel Queen 2729 King a Dvid 1442... J Latham' Denmark 69 r King (WiUon'O I 2196 I Daughter of Rich. elieu f King Squirrel 620 L f lUrriion 1600 I Belle by Chitf I Nelly Bty 2d ( Daughter of St one wall Jackion, Jr. Nobbjr : 30 Ne by Smith', Highlander Uarbce's King I n beautiful rich irolden chestnut with star nnd feather, lxtccn hands high, weighs 1,200 pound. 1 believe he has more style and finish than nny young saddle stallion In the South, lias a neck of great length, the best natural tall of any stallion alive, Rrcat knee and hock action. Has been awarded fifteen first prixes at Georgetown, Cynthiana. Falmouth. Kwlng, l'arls, Lexington and Louisville, Kentucky fairs. Harbee's King won first priie at the saddle horse, mare or geldColumbia Horse Show for best ing. When you consider size, breeding, with great Individuality, no horse has a better right to sire horses for ring and park. Has proven himself a splendid sire of extra fine colts and all of them saddle nauill turally whether out of saddle bred marc or not. At J1G.00. make the season of 1921 at my farm, one mile Kast of Stanford on the Crab Orchard pike. flve-galtc- d H'repareil by the t'nltej State Department of Agriculture,) From the time of germination to muturlty corn should be given every opportunity to muke n steady, sound growth. If the development of the plants h checked from any cause It may reduce the jleld no matter how fnoruble the later treatment. The limit ucceful corn growers realise the Importance of thorough, early cultivation In order to prevent any check In the growth of the plants because of Weed or crusted soil. As a conse. nuence nt heavy rainfall, th stalk tuny Increase rnpldly In height and at the same time, for lark of cultivation or of soil fertility, or for other rra pun, they may be slender, too tender or of poor color. Thrifty corn plants strong, and of ii rv thick, color. Us Weeder Soon After Planting. Horse weeder and harrow should be used when needed to break n stir face crut, check Insect depredation, or kill young weed that start before the corn Is up. While the plnnt t very small, narrow shovels that throw the soli but very little should be used, and fender are usually desirable to present covering the plants. Exjierlence favor shallow cultlvn tlon, except If exceMlve rnln have parked the soil, when deep cultivation will help to dry und aerate the ground. In eultlvntlng It I Imjxirtant to aiotd breaking the nxits of the plant. If the plant have reached a height of 2 or 3 feet the soil In the middle of the row should not he cultivated deeper than 4 Inches, and sometime les. Tor retaining soil moisture a loooe soil mutch 2 or 3 Inches In depth should be maintained. The question U frequently asked how often corn should be cultivated dark-green Few advcrtlilng mm know that the advertising space In the newsQuestion for Astronomer. papers I by far the economical way One bright moonlight night my litto reach the consumer. It I a fact was playing sister tle and the only reason that ndvertlilng on the front elawn. I'reently ttia litwas ever created was because wlso tle one fined at the sky Intently for men learned and shrewd liuninrs a few minutes and then queried, "Oil, Indcrd hard to tlrj at one tide sis, when the sun set does It hatch that they could buy white space In the itresm ol h.e flow, by. A the moon!" Chicago American. men or woman rondrmneJ to ilcknes. publications nt a mlnumum cost and thai dor, not permit him or her to per became of the mriuage they would To Clean Oil Paintings. , form the active duties of lile, to do hie A pimple wuy to clean oil paint-Inor her (bare of the otld's woik, I, a put Into that space they could make n pro tit on the transaction nnd make pathetic figure deiervlngof lympathy. and one thnt will not Injure' Muth ilrknrn. nin and mlierr the advertising a real Investment In tho colors beneath the dirt. Is to cut blsd- mull from disordered kidneys end a raw potato In halt and rub It quickproduction of sales and good-wil- l. well f. rlh.t el the IMmm If en ly over the painted surface. Then ! Stirr IiminiIii In days of high cost of white Pfepei lr ml ! Ike MaoJ m tikruiMlplM.t"tMt.'rt,,.o,l-laJipMi- t. paper these printing the advertiser polish with a silk hnndkerchlet to and If Of taplk Molloxlrr or dirt. remove dust bMtoMMM, MfcUer ikM. prrv n ndvertlse. not I mhh, of oUr ,ficoM el MJtr imhU. could and print the white paper at the buy mtnt Read This to Hutband. newspaper sninll cost that "A new effect Is to have trousers the shirred or plaited Immediately above charges him for the complete page at, f fffllff la rrmerlM lk nw of lk IrmM when- - the center crease terthe ! larlfwai wk or delivered Into the homo by Invita. lor Iter llil (xtp ikeaa le Mfil minate. Thl help to make one's dmrlrj kMnti ikat ie lMitol4 aoalaliMaa klood utttm la ewilel tlon. Thnt Is to say, the readers of trousers lit hotter and wrinkle less. aa Ike easa rtiMTt this newspaper buy a paper because I P. M Plana (Braitmu) If n handkerchief, a wnllet or other 't because UalM. Ill BUIae M . I'awrla. Ill -r- liM- Two I they want to read It and trllle U' carried In the side pockets, htxiltt at f"Wr KUaair I'UU rrllerea all araip- they know they get more for their tending to riiue a strain ncross IMaay a4hUMf 1 t"bl. Morulas thus ImH nr ! raloa, ra,rala tat IMur baflack money at or 3 cents than anything thu wnlt. tlie shirring automatically Mile, tlftflaa MtnliMi I w alaa Iraa bfa aovtta ! m awl Irons thl out." Ileauiiash. , my else thry could buy nt that price. tmir RMmip ltl r,ae na aaj That is what makes the advertising l,,Mlf,l invnataaJaOa Artlitic Scottish Coins. so valuable to the advertiser providSTORM ES DRUG STORE The "lloiuet I'lcce" was the name ed they have the right message, the Drug First Thought In given to a lnutlful coin of puns gold right Illustration and the right merKY. i Issued under the reign of James V LANCASTER. chandising plan back of the advertc Scotland, the nnme being given of tising. the head of the king on the Question. Newspaper advertising i by far coin was covered with n Scotch bonnet crown. the most economical method to rrach In place of the proverbial Hy The Growler. James was the first sovereign to place When the workmen own the work- the consumer. dates on coin Issued, and coin he WILLIAM II. HANK IN, shops, approved were exquisitely designed. William II. Hankln Ad. And tho railroad men the rails President, And the grocery clerk the groceries, vertislng Agency, In N'ewspaperdom. Oil and Literature. And the mall clerks own the mail; We venture to say that the struggle for Iron and oil will produce no EXCURSION such romantic recital ns Stewart Ed- When the preachers own the pulpit, ward White's "dold." nor such vivid And the prruman own the shops; ' O., , California stories as tlio of llrct And the drillers own the oil wells, llarte, nor the Alaskan adventure And the Jail are owned hy cops; talcs of Ilex lJench and Jack tendon. Hut It Is even too enrly for prophecy When conductors own the street It remains to be seen If oil and cars, via literature can mix. Christian Science And each driver own his bus. Monitor. Will someone tell us other folks $3.15 L. & N. $3.15 Moroccans Making Little Progress. Whntinhcll becomes of uT The director of Indigenous arts la Kex, Morocco, recently came upon a "I.lve for something, have a purpose, May 22, 1921. book written In the Fourteenth century And that purpose keep In view; and dccrlblng I'tt as It was at that Drifting like a helpless vessel, Special train will leave Lantime. The director ha compared the Thou canst ne'er to life be true. caster, 5:29 A. M., returning In the book with I'vz as statements will leave Fourth St. Station, It Is today, and find the book to tie "Half the wrecks that strew life' Cincinnati, 6:30 P. M., Standperfectly up to date. If reprinted It would pass very well as a modern acocean. ard Time, (7:30 P. M. City count of preunt day Vet. The peoIf some star had been their guide, Time.) For further informaple of IVx lire still doing things Just Might have long been riding eafely tion consult the Local Ticket ss they did them In medlevnl times. I Ilut they drifted with the tide." Agent. In laying There are but two ways of paying debt Increase of tadaatry In raising your Income Increase of thrift It The Low Cost Of Advertising Space. ; out Carlyl. four-year-o- nl, Get Well ra, c. I - !, full-png- e st Smi' 1 . 12 Sl A CINCINNATI, and return Sunday, great breeders, at $10.00. ' Will also stand the famous Hubble and Eubanks' Jack, to serve Jennets only, at $26.00 for Jack colts and $12.C0 for Jetinets. Money to be paid when colu foaled. Will graio and care for mares at $3 per month, but not-- responsible for accidents or escapes. Will also stand two good mule jacks, which have proven to be fa rock-dov- sa!BssssPft eMpWassssKfns o l fnc oiiveriown kjoiqs 4O.I 1 f4jL are included in the Goodrich Tire Price Reduction A Two-Ro- w W. L. Cordier, Stanford, JOHN COOK, Caretaker Discolored China. Ky. Wheeled cultivator Does Effective Work. n bird descended from the which makes Its homo among the sea cliffs' of Europe. I'IgeoDs do not favor trees, like other birds. A garage owner, wearied of the conStains In cups or basins can be remoed easily by rubbing with com- ventional "cntrnnco" and "exit" over hi doors, has had them replnced with mon snlt and a little hot water. more appropriate signs reading "InMany Kinds of Pigeons. take" and "Kxliuust." llostwi Tranover two hundred script. In nil tbcru are varieties of pigeons. They are all Sticking Close to His Business, The nnswer I that It should be cultivated often enough to keep down weed and to imilntnln constantly a loose Mill mulch until thu com has attained It growth. A greater nutu-Ik- t of cultivations will be necessary when ruin nt Intervnls of about n week cnuse the surfure soli to run together nnd crust. Th! crust must l? broken und tho xoll mulch restored, or evaporation will soon rob the soil of much of It moisture. An essentia: Among tires SlLVERTOWN is the name that instantly conveys the thought of the highest 1 A known quality. Their genuine value has given them first place in the esteem of motorists. Motor car manufacturers and dealers are quick to emphasize to their prospects that their cars are equipped with Silvertowns knowing that neither explanation nor argument is necessary. I Origin of Treadmill. The treadmill that was employed for raany years In Ilrltlsh prtsotis for pur-- i poses of discipline was Invented In' j prison form by Sir William Cuplt, of Ipswich, and the power produced was' employed In grinding com und flour for food for the prlioners. j j Fox Can Be Tamed. No wild anlinnl I mora easily do raestlcated than thu fox, either red or gray, and none exhibits so much sly cunning when tamed, says the American Forcitry Marnslne. but they are susceptible of a very high degree of affection for whoever has thvm In object of cultivation I to restoro the mI1 mulch ns soon lifter a rain a the condition of the ground will permit. hard nnd If thu ground bilked dry the rrop will suffer greatly and when cultivated the dirt will break up Into clods. Many crop ntv cut short by stopon Stork. Feared Effect ping the cultivation becnue the corn Wlllard was In quarantine for culIn too tail for use of a The family was nt table when tivator. If the condition of tho soli the olllccr came to placard tho house. demands It, shallow cultivation should When ho saw the sign ho snld. "Oee, continue, even though the corn I I hope thu stork doesn't see that. It lllock nnlled to the handle will scare him away for sure." Exwill protect the hands from the corn It Is chick-enpox. two-hors- e He Accomplishes Things. usually the fellow who doem't know any better who does tin thing that can't be done. You see, the poor fellow doesn't know It can't be done and so hu goes abend and does It. Exchange. tai-relln- g. change. blade. Kindred Likes. Five-year-ol- d speaking of charge. Whitewash as a TmU made of the paints bare demonstrate! that thet are fairly effective fur small amount! Ordinarily ratclmlue or C woed. whitewash baa proved In tents to be as any paint covering as tried. It Is cheap ntid convenient to Baa. Although It will nut prevent the BarBjag of wood cxpoted continuously to a high beat, a good u.it of calcl-mi- lt ln tro-re!stadei-rvu- and grveu. looking out storm, said: the same colors you do, because In winter He makes everything white and In summer He makes everything gTecn." Exchange. John heard his mother her favorlto colors, white A few days later, John, of the window at a snow "Mother, Ood must Ilk Teeth of Various Creatures, Iladtilt ham 2M teeth, and rats and Sheep and oxen pos mice SO each. se the same number as iiumans. frogs have no teeth at all on the lower Jaw, nnd toads are quite toothless. The shark has several rows of teeth, tbo dan- tbo outer ones being replaced as they est wood will Inger of a blase spreading from burn- become worn, at the expense of the Is nruvldetl with ing clfarette. spark, mutches and ner raiiL Th nlku a similar awall source of lire. Cald-gftls- e what might be called hinged teeth, Is, of coarse, ihuic eflVethe for they certainly can be turned mwarti to enable It to hold Its prey firmly. laaida thaa for outside, uw. wheels Iron iiiowlng-uiurhlndragged between the rows will Nome-timgreatly lienetlt the crop. Saving of Labor. With n good riding or walking double cultivator one man can cultivate im muny uere a two men with cultivator. TliU Having of r I With u worth consideration. pnerly cuiutrucied wheeled cultivator, covering two row nt a time, one inuti ha often rultlvoted 15 acre per day. The shovel with tilch It I best to equip either slugle or double cultivators must be determined by the kind of soil, the sire of the com, and site and nature of growth of weeds to be delroyed. Kor Mindy land sweep are In great fuvor, and vary from 0 The sweep to .10 Indie In wldlb. scrape along through the soil at a depth of 2 to 3 Inrhea, cutting off we'd and allowing aurfaco soil to pna over them, falling level and flat behind the cultivator. one-horla-x- V' isaH ,1"' ' ggH BH This makes all the more important the fact that Silvertown Cords are included in our readjustment of tire prices which took effect May 2nd. Tim Ik r. GOODRICH I RUBBER COMPANY oflroa, Ohio Goodrich Sllvattown Cordi, Goodrich Fabrics a ad Goodrich Rd and Gray Tubas at th 20 ft ptic raduakta. Your Goodrich daalar prepared la supply you tilth Th Central Racord, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, May 19 92 1 1 . HmIA and Vigor Win in The Race of Life In only Lord Reruley't Bride By FREDERICK CLARKE i American Legion Newt A hallowed mantle of the Grand Army of the Republic falls upon the young shoulders of the American Legion on Memorial Day of this year, Illue uniformed, with medals upon his breast, the white-ha.rcveteran of the Civil War made the Memorial Day round of the school houies In former years. This year It Is the Legion members who will visit thci school houses In many communities, telling of n different conflict but teaching the same letsons. In St. 1'aul, Minn., the Legion has d ; thM full-blood- ckjra of robust, healthy ties that arc hampering your health people can keep to Iho front Un and progress. Thousands havo healthy weaklings with disordered dona this with S.SJ3., tho famous blood are bound to fall eld herb Mood remedy. behlmL Success Is yours Oct S.S.S. from your only If you havo tho druggist today, and after snap, vigor and magnet you have started taking, Ism that go with a Whole vrrlto for special medical seme, rich Hood supply. counsel to Chief Medical Don't despair because Advisor, 845 Swift LabOthers forgo Ahead of oratory. Atlanta, GeoN you, Start right now to gl. It a freo. of Spider's Thread. scientist once compared n hair of his beard with n spider's thread un der a microscope nud estimated that It would take ltt.WX) threads to equal ona hair In substance. Thinness A fait competition freo your circulation of tho Imparl Safest For Savings "Safest for Savings" k the slogan of a bank that hat been highly successful in inducing people to save. IC llll, w.aitrn All -, il-- r Union.) to Fast W AO. Another thing (tint .turtles a man as hs gets on In Ufa Is how young boys and gtrla can be and still call one another Mr. and Miss. Ohio Htate Jour BSl. Intrtcaclss of a Watch. might I Interesting to tho arer ge person who cnrrlrs a watch as a iMttrr of emirs, to know that It COffiprlwcs 175 different pieces, tha manufacture of which embraces soma 2,400 different ojwrnllom. It Charactsr Tags. professor says that a mnn'a char acler la shown In little thine, sneh aa by the way ha carrier his timbrel A la. Also, wa tnay add, by the wny he carries off ycur umbrella. Hostoo Transcript. It Do You Know KaporT Tho llortieo raiuphorwood or kaper has a pronounceil camphor rx1or when fresh, says the American Forestry It belongs to the dlptrro-car- p Magazine. family, nearly all of the trees of which are rrlnons. Which Is the Hlghtst Mountslnt Is generally thought Mount Kronen t, with Ita 21MO0 feet. Is tho world's highest peak, hut some authorities that Tern in Kangrt. Kara Kornms, Cashmere, has an altitude of nearly aa-se- rt 50.000 fret. MONEY TO LOAN on flood city property. Pay back on weekly or monthly installments. The Lancaster Building & Loan ASSOCIATION, J. E. HOUIN'SON', President .ampule.. society wus whln-crlnand questioning, for Lord llensley wus on his way home to England after an absence of n J t ar. He had shot tigers In India, had speared nil mull In Alaska, and hunted grizzlies In tins wilds of wi'ttrrn Cnmida. And alt the while l.ndy Iteusley had kept open houiu nt tho Abbey. Now he was expected home; ho would nrrlvo In two weeks. Actually he arrived a week writer and unexpectedly. They had lieeu inurrUit nearly three years before. llelisley had been Miss Edith Kniie of Cleveland, nnd her father was on of the 12 richest men In Amerlni, The marriage had been considered sliisularly fortunate, for tho Iteusley family dated back U) year though not the title, nnd his lands imw extensive, unprofitable, Miss Kane' lowry would restore the old abbey nnd enable her htislinlid and herself to their rightful place In the social hierarchy. And so Iteusley hnd won ho of Clctelniid. He and his bride were fare to face In their npfirtmriitfl nt the Eversley hotel. Tho bride drew off her en Kngement ring meditatively nnd hand-ii- l It to him und said, without u trace of passion: "1 shall wear my marriage ring, but not this. The bnrgulu Is an iijuul one, and I am satisfied. You will netcr buve cause to bo ushatued of me III the eyes nt the world.' (!ool night, l.ord Iteusley." "You mean," be uskvd, "that our marrluge Is to la one In name only)" "Why, what eln- - did you expect)" ho answered mockingly, though her lips were quivering. "You iiout loved me. You sought mo for my fortune, as I jou for your title." And so she turned away and they said no more. In due courm they suited for Itenslcy Abbey was redecorated nnd thrown open, (lay parlies nssetu-bleas-uEng-land Hllllmi.it till, fnalf nt ihl rnntt.t nf the (J. A. It. Itself. Post No. 8 will send 100 men to address the school' children of the city nnd its vicinity. ( Amlcrnach, on the Hhlne, Germany d. Wm. S. HOPPEK, Sec'l. & Tres. there. Then Iteusley sailed for India to shout tigers, and the (turtles continued. They were as guy ns ever, but different cnnie. Thero was ltlnl, for Instance, that Italian nobleman who bud unmlrvd a sinister rvputatlon In M'teral cailtals of Itum-- , and was not diminishing lu London. lie brought his nttenduut crowd: Klashy women came and starting men and tawdry actors and uctret g. And of tho dmr-actof thro eop!e Ijidy Itentley knew tiothlng, for she nuter stoopeil to gossip, and she only knew that tho liked Itltxl and that he atone of all of them sevmed to understand her situation nnd to have sympathy for her. .So she moved among them. Innocently, thi! lonely mltress of the Abbey, while jveoplc shrugged tl.elr shoulders and smiled. And then they heard that llensley was coming home. Itlr.il, too, heard It, nnd he put his In his way he futu to the touch. liked this unappnmehuhltf American lady as much n he wns capable of liking, and as cutantly. They were alone for n few minute In the conservatory, from the ballroom enme the sound of music nud the chatter of the guests. He fell UKn his knees mid M'lzed her hand nnd presseil It to his Hps. "1 hate eur IommI ou, ynu beauty with jour iHtn't sorrow. Lente him and You shall ccroe with me to linly. have my lore nil jour days, mid my fortune shall lie at your dtpoal. You er Like Ptsnut Odor. Not Once, but Many Times. Iptl and tln.lalo of tl I'hlllp-ptae- s Ix)vp Is something neither of tha have a iecullar oily odor reacts-tilin- g two understands until each haa exthat of raw peanuts, sajrs tba plained It to tho other. Life. American Forestry Magazine, Ths Word "Rum," The word "rum" Is an abbreviation Especially If He's Fat. "rum being an Asln- . "People ont not apt to envy tboaa of "rumlxHiir." "giKHt," and "booze" a beneath them." remarks a writer. Hut tic word for how about the man In the upwr berth derivation of the Herman "batucn," tussle,"' meaning l of a Pullman! llostnn Transcript. Not Afraid of That End. Oil In North America Gladys was visiting her grandfaOH was known to the Indians and ther's fann In Minnesota. They had esed by them for mcdlclnsl purposes. a rather frisky doc with whom she It was first obtained from tho surface used to play. Ono day as her grandof creeks and as n product of salt father came out of the house tie diswells. Edwin U Drake drilled the first covered (Mndys pulling the dog's tall, all well In tho United States In August, so he said; "Tha dog will bile ywl It 18S0. near Oil City. I'n. Tho first dis- you don't stem" Cilmljs looked up and covery of oil In Canada was made Id said: "That end don't bite" Chicago 1637 near I'Wn.lla, OnL American. Tie where the Ilochc maidens arc the prettiest, once the hart of the thriving Iron Cross market, Is the second stronghold In the German Kmplre to be occupied by the American Legion. The new post Is Amlcrnach Post No. You will also find courteous and considerate C. Andcrnach was headquarters of the Third Division In Third Army treatment. Furthermore, wc pay interest on savdays, and now quarters the Second ings balances. Urigade of the American army of occupation. Amaroc Post So. 4 of the Legion Is situated In Coblcntz. Alfred K. Damenon, a member of j Steward Whiting Hoover Pott of the 'American I.et-ia- n at West Point. N' ' Iy., heard the cnll of the army but found that recruiting hail stopped. LANCASTER, KY. As second choice, he went back to the farm in Virginia. A few days later, while plowing, he turned up n copper pot containing $15,000 in old gold and silver coins. head of the student body Is an I fifty-tw- o Fifty union labor members out of nnd man of the The death of "Gov." John Itobin-sois the students arc Legion members. The n total enrollment of sixty-sithe circus king, recalls his marrecord of the American Legion post Government recently closed n conat Mulberrv. Knn.. which won tint tract for the education of S00 more riage about forty year ago. Ho was prize in the Kansas membership con- -' disabled veterans at "the poor man's in Maysvlllc with his circus and Miss Smith, daughter of Col. Armor .test, second classification. Forty- - Harvard." six union men nrc members of the Lcm than a month it as organized, Smith, at one time mayor of Cincinnati, came to Maysvillc by steamunucu norKers oi America; lour nre the American Legion post of Okla., began cleaning up the boat, she leaving home and parents affiliated with other trade unions. In addition, the post includes six city. Its first move was to purchase without their consent or knowledge. merchants, three farmers, three trash cans which it placed on every She and Mr. Kobinson, who met her clerks, two doctors and two school street corner, after which it started nt the boat, immediately had the teachers. n publicity campaign to educate the ferryboat take them across the river An investigation conducted by the citizens to use the cans instead of to Aberdeen where they wre marIndiana Department of the American the street. Upried by Squire Masslc Ucazley. Legion in regard to conditions at Photographs of the cemeteries in on their return to this city they were Valparaiso University, charged by its France where their sons lie buried given n great reception and at the president, who Inter resigned, with will be supplied to gold star parents being n "hotbed of Holshcvism," re- of Lynchburg, Vn., by the American circus performance that night they sulted in the stain of Legion post there in conjunction were presented with valuable wedbeing from the school. , The the Kiwanis Club. ding gifts. Maysvillc Bulletin. Safety is, of course ,and should be the first consideration in choosing a place for your savings. No bank has a monopoly on safety, but we do claim to be AS SAFE AS THE SAFEST, and you will find safety 100 per cent safety for your savings with us. The Garrard Bank & Trust Go Marriage Recalled. x n, Uig-hea- rt, I i HilllliiTHnjili fl II I I : - I CHURCHILL DOWNS shall" That was tho moment when Kens-lereturned n werk enrller than hud ben expected, lie hud sent word, hut his own letter. he hail urrhed y . Thoroughbred Horses MAY 7 to MAY 30 So he had strolled quietly In. He saw the rooms brilliantly light ed, but, when he entered the hall, tiouu of the guests knew him. Then llcii'loy entered the conservatory nlone. And Ijdy llensley, seelnc him, drew buck with n frightened etitrh of the breutli, nud Itlixl, know-In-s uud stood hlui, roo ul to his looking at him delluntly, with foldtd t The same scrupulous enre that has made their passenger car notable for economy is earning for Dodge Brothers Business Car a reputation for low cost of haulage. jj II II LOUISVILLE Stakes: Siw4r. Mr 7HIIKIT KMT 1- country's oldest course in point consecutive years of racing, Churchill Downi, opens for 1921 with the asturancc of a memorable season. THE MMtUIl Satwaar. ll r 7U MMTIH IkMI ctm S.i-rJ- .r. tumr14.W Mar Mar Mus MMKV Never before have there been so many horses of high class quartered at Louisville's historic course; seldom has interest in thoroughbred racing been so keen, and never, perhaps, has it been so wide-ipread. HIIKIT WU Sat-U- r. SaUraar, Mar 31st S.iu-J.- -, UlttU! um Mar SStfc niit fHCIHHNII WttCV M.r. tUr ik Come and enjoy some of this greatest In the pro. ram. and the of sports. for the comfort of patrons, you will find that the management has done its utmost to nuke ever) body happy. Kentucky Jockey Club Downs Course Churchill liorBsalsl Keusley. " I la roil Itlzzl? Yes) I'ray, what Is It you so urgently desire of Lady lteiiley that you go down ujmiu your knees to her)" Since he did not answer, Itenley turnnl to his wife. "My dear, Is It In tur jiower, or Is to grant this gentleman It your de-Iwhat he Is asking)" he demanded. "Ns" si; lluxhed out In her bewilderment. ".Vol" Iteusley took ltlnl by the ami. "My dear fellow, you shall hae your tle hundntl pounds," he said lu a loud totiv, which currltsl to tho-- e w lilting outside. "Hut I wish jou liad uskeij me Instead of my wife." He turned to the guests. "Ceutlemeu, my cars ate ut )our dlioal," he said. Lntly Iteusley tnped her llngent upou Im table. "I wiuit to tell you one thing before we part," she said. "I have never glen )ou rensou to be ashamed of me. I have kept my vow." Lord Iteusley took her hands In Ids. "Hut I hate not kept mine," la said.' "Edith, let my fulth lu you be the proof of my love. Will you give me a chance to show Its reality)" That broke her pride; she cried then. aims. "I'nnlon me for Interrupting." said Urd II II , - Th Tt (uolin consumption Is unusually tlf. miUag (a unusually hlfh low II II re KINNAIRD BROS Lancaster, Ky. . anus. "I've been n fool," he said; but she laughed thtuugh her tears when ho put bark the eugagvtucat ring upon In bl Iter Queer. Th Central Record, Lancaster, Ky.. Thursday May 19, 92 1 1 Bate Ball News. Lan- -' ! COLONEL Single Insertions 1c a word (Montgomery Advertiser.) No ad taken for less than 20c Recently a theoretical cook who in this column. No ads In this makes a living by writing rather than column charged. by cooking, published a formula for Seven Insertions for the a new kind of cornbread. Com pries of Ave. menting upon the recipe, Colonel When you put green lumber into a building George Ilalley. Iradini; man on the Phone orders must bs paid 1 editorial page of the Houston Post, promptly. your troubles begin, and they never end. said1 with some heat I "About that ,-aJl recipe which includes !cornbrrnd three-fourtof a cup or sugar. There is only one remedy, and that is a Tomato, Sweet Potato and Cab Tell them not to do it. Sugar in bage Plants for sale. cornbread Is an abomination. It SEASONED LUMBER. Coy Sanders. ought to be made n crime. It vio SALF.j every tradition of the South, FOH latrs One large, old fash We sell lumber that is genuinely and proper It insults the palate. It mocks the ioned Walnut Wardrobe. Phone culinary art. When the Lord made 38S.Q. Mrs. Wm. Smith. ly seasoned. It will give you complete sat corn, He put all the sugar In It He game. 1200 pounds best twine at 13 cts. intended to have." 11 Lancaster All Star, Win From Sue isfaction. Colonel Henry W.tterson, In v usrram .Mining wo, ilk Dennett. tirement near Louisville, saw this at In what wa considered one of the; tack by Ilalley upon the newct vice, Ml kinds of Harden Plants To- belt game of the season was played and though more than HO years old, mato. Cabbage, etc., for sale. Sco on the local diamond when the All tne intrepid lolonei rusnen to tne Anderson Harlan at Hudson & Far. Star beat the Sue Bennett College side of the Texas Colonrl to strength. I nnu's. by the core of 1 to 3. en his arm In the attack. Your old tlm and lubes mad This wa a real pitcher battle and In a letter to the Courier-Journathe two teams gave their pitchers the Kentucky Colonrl. after nuotlnir rood at new. tiring them In and 1st u 'bow you. good support. Lancaster lead otT in ll.rr.Jon A Jones. the Texas Colonel, snvs: l the first inning by making one run Cornbread with sugar in it was an I when in a few Inning the Visitor' idea born of the devil, planted In FOK SALK: July potatoes at came back nnd tied the score and nl- New England and sent South. by our 11.60 per bushel at my rrsldence In so running one ahead. Schooler on enemies. It is threatening the life Nina. Ky. Phone 304-F- . the mound pitched n wonderful game of mil rnrnbread right in the land W. L, Prather. and allwed only n very few hits. of its birth. It has done and Is do Capt. Miller on short. Klnnainl on FOK SALK iug worse. It makes men trilling Four tip-to-p milk L first and Woods on second played and women frivolous, It Is respon. cows, with young estves. an excellent game making several sible for most of the murders, sul I. Hamilton, beautiful plays. cide. and divorces. It ss the mother Lancaster, Ky. The following Is the line up of the of beJshevfciffi. and the daddy of .an FOK KKNTi Five room llungs- team: archy. It weakens the brain, in furiate the Ihrer and graws people low en Danville street. Apply at Laitcattrr Position, Sue Urnnett. George Smith. pot gutted. It brings corns nwd bald-ne- s premises. Kinnalrd 1st Rac nations and saiTranteos the eamptoxlan. POK SALKs Good white oak Jenkins I. Field Parrett Ky. It makes the nam shiny assd the skin fencing, gate slats, boxing and framWalker art Rase Wilson pimply. ing any length desired. Lackey Cntchtr Green It drive husband dewr4WN af Mike Kegeri, Lancaster, Ky. Milkr Capt.. S. S. Mutter It iwuios the servant to be msrhts. it.pd) Wood 8nd. Hum insolent aad altreprossa. It cre Cox C. P. Fitagsrald FOK SALKiUO fsot tobaccj ate an aiHtettte msHsaiSMS. Hall R. p. Otst-FtWhitten Men. Olseolortd China. Most Men Usually Do. llsstdy far setting. It is tho awtartyta rassse af ahjr-Schoolsr The mcuiU-r- s of the Anicrimti navy I'itrher Wi!!iair.. j.i-- i Stein in mp or basin can eliik n i.. I ill ,i Jos. W. Wost. Twa Has. Hit. Schooler; Three Hit) well to take another look. Philadelare said to he the test fed tHNly f orrha. It entaaldaaa a sana la r- - lt-peasily by nibtilug with fuM has wife's raeaiMti far ntsnny IJck. Itoute 2 men In the uorld. a little hot water. Cox. Struck out by Schooler 6. by' phia Itmirrt. salt nnu Hut for iHurar in cornWriMMi. thare Willmia 10. Sue en balk off SchoolFOK S.M.K: Fifty faat Ubaeca Head On I would be SM war. M fllos, r ms-er 1. William 1. sknI, nine feot wid. Umpire A gaod one. Jack Nut unui tin mo ante ar rsMSts, hwh Iomm Ills head I. W Writ taker. lltatie J. T. IUanhs. llahfcle. Ky. ih r.iiiir mai iwb neaas ar n . no HepMhstoaa parl'. High Scheal Drfrati Richmtind. ("rtiKo Masts! tiotivr Ott i.et the TwoHtleth Asst)dnMt la The Lansarter High School Hate the CiHtsMutfcHi forever prahsWi sog POK SAI.Kt M.lch caw, well More Disarmament. Hall Ma defeatod the Kicbmad ar in ear road, aad lot's have the I bred Jsreoy. gentle, Head milker. This would be a better world If High on tho totters ground Friday vo4 right away. abaat fear yaars ohl, with young y etor)ladjr wimld take-- a nftcrnoon by the score of C to 2. Thh would iHrem all sbrarig oalf. If jraa nt.t a gad milch cow frosN cwlp, -- Clitrago Uslly The High School bays hod tr.air NjW. sad to saifteiaatly caswlaaive. New see, J. ri. naWnaen. opponents euteaseed throughout the KMKiand may know haw to bake The True Friend. FOK SALK: IWhsg Under, in game and hold them to a no hit game. bosws. They say tho elder in Maine Jud TunfcliH says a friend linlwl K M a gaed Cox whe pitched a dandy good game Pries faO.OOi two substitute far whiskey. It good eatHlltian. s man who can not only ctxv tow) for the local boys was also there Hasten htllslde pieM. Kod eandltlon. $3.00 hut lend a hand In helping It must be admitted that in advlc with tho good when he enmu to the "pumpkin pie' 'is no sleueh. Hut. nnd M.00 oae. Ihsne 387-Q- . to uork out. at pd.) A. C. Milts. bat, always getting a nice hit. The eornhrond? I .a! That romlrs all Huckeye, Ky. feature of tins game was the nil Cqulptntnt. that Geerge Railvy tys, mid a pair around playing of Cratton who pulled She (In a mitirSBi) Absolutely I I'm of oh I black hands to beat and a We are still triming our prices and down three long hits which was jrood coins nnn le ill (live me ray tooth red kmdana handkerchief and old not our customers. Oliver and Jno. hrmh and my iwmder puff. Paris black mammy's voice, rich, mellow for three bases and out of four timos Deer Cultivators, 166.00, Oliver Sanst.eiie. at the bat got four hits, making and devotional. and Jno. Deer HroSvn Manly and two runs, one n three base hit, "How ttrm a foundation ye Mints Hrown Calf Tongues, cheap. Ice 6csnt of Vinllls. Capt. Cochran's tenm is putting up Cream Frecrcrs and Harrows at cost. The uiaburaua of llruill la a '"ft of the Lord." aome good base ball and this team There is little to add to this except Wire fence, cheap. Many things yellow wood so delightfully scented at is considered one of the best in the wltli vanilla that one Is templed hi the thanks of tho mighty-- congrcga-jooSee our 10 cent window. State. eat It. says the American Forestry Hon of cornfeds throughout tho J. K. Mount and Company. Magazine. South. The South has not, In late Nicholaiville Defrati All Stars years, been as true to its political tra The Xicholasville I cam defeated Many Kinds of Plgsons. ditions in all respects as it might have the Town Team on their grounds by Plenty of (trass lllue, Timothy, In all there are over two hundred been. We remember that a few the score of 0 to 3. This was a varieties of pigeons. They aro all yeata ago Colonel Clover, etc., for graiing milk cows Watetrson even poorly played game owing to the A bird descended from the and hones or almost any kind of fact that the All Stars had played which makes Its home among the sea charged that politically the South rtock, with plenty of good water, at Europe. Pigeons do not favor had become a land of "degenerates. cliffs of several games this week and was We thought the term too hard; but city limits, on Lexington pike. trees, like other bird, practically worked down. Schooler 7t. A. H. Uaitln. If the South forges its culinary tra was on the mound for the local and Sound Reason. ditions, after abandoning parts of its pitched his usual good game of ball. Herbert, aged four, was Irritated by political faith, the cry of "degener The All Stars were handicapped from the cry 'ng f sister Harriet, aged two. ate ' must be raised again, and al the fact that they did not have their Porto Klco and Nancy Halls. Fine "Why don't you stop cryingr hs I) regular team, however, Capt. Miller asked his clster with grest serious- lowed to stand i ... .i... .. ... I hint. "00 for SI. 00? f!00 tt ?Kt i um UC 011 guam, lor the 1000 iL.7fi. l.v played several of his subs and they l ness. "Vfiv must bo sick. Tou don't nn.lnnl.l v.. " ... i . .. n.. .1 look well, and you don't sound welll" nun is inueeti ni mo gate. IhlS nr.-ahowed up very good. Capt Miller f rn Ipp Tnn.i . . ..... sugar . .L .!hi ants aame nrlce. n..r in our comoreau also played his usual good Rame 0f iimai 10 jmi Plnnt rl..ilF Essy. is one oi me uoiuest attacks yet made free. ball aV short. A distinguished London clergyman o me enemy, tnough we confess FRUITVALE NURSPRir has two maids, both named Kate. Ona mai a lew week ago we were slight- Albany, Alabama. HE man who prefers something a Is a Cockney, tho other a Scot The Tomorrow. g pf fB.19.4t.) difficulty of distinguishing the two Is ly uuiunic.i py tne i little out of the regular line of straight The Lancaster team will journey solved by the ensy method of calling n writer on table ctlnuette who llred Sennit straw sailors can with safety put to Paint Lick to cross bats with the one. Kite and the other Kate. No from behind the breastworks of the Notice FlWrinn on fancy braids which are safeguarded Paint Lick boys tomorrow (Friday). .nm,. confusion ever arises. London Past. Kansas Cltv Star, which ! This game will bo called at 2:30 P. by the Knox name and mark. circulation on the borderland of tho I Vnllll, Armor. M. Approved styles, each of them, which can be Blen bavii used Itody armor of soma i tm The proceeds of this game will go ....i ....... 1. inc regu.ar election oi - uircciors Kxcept In la M ... kind since earliest, days. . r .. worn anywhere and cvcrywhcre'wlth absolute to the Advisor' Iioard of the Salvanu Iiu menI cnickcn. iI it iiLM triituf withstanding several ballistic tests, II., .. .vn .1,.. ... """""uuuf' I assurance of correctness. tion Army. neither our modem plate nor our .I- - ::Z t tho .ffl of the abovo com- The Lancaster High School team padded armor seems to bo much Impany on Campbell St., Lancaster, Ky. will. meet the Nicholasville High here for, of holding the chicken In tho proved over the old helmet and tomorrow (Friday) at 3:30 P. M. lingers and biting it, and said thu on Saturday, June 4th., 1021 at 1:30 P. M. Let'a go out and root for the home proper way was to cut tho chicken GARKAKI) TOUACCO boys. omsthlnfl Nteded. off the bone with a knife and fork WAREHOUSE COMPANY Is soma great force lacking In and never There touch It with tho fingers. John M. Farra, Sec'y-Trea- i. Only Two Sura Ways. this country today," an exchange says. As If that could bo done I 0 31) That's so, brother, but whst Is ItT There aro but two ways of paying Now wo do not think tho Kansas OTHER RELIABLE MAKES Frequently ws have thought that it's debt Increase of Industry In rats-lo- g City man Is likely to get very far Whitewash as a a foolklller who will remain permayour Income Increase of thrift Teats mads of the nently and actively ou tho Job. Bos- witli his attack upon an old and hon In laying It out Carlyls, ored custom In the South, but we re paints hare demonstrated Hut thsatj ton Transcript sent that ho could oven havo thought srw fslrly effective for smalt amount Moroccan Making Llttlt Progress, Tho director of Indigenous arts la A Dog's Llls. of the new and hlfalutln way of eat Of wood. Ordinarily calclmlua oe whitewash bas proved In teals to ha A banjo manufacturer of South-wsrMorocco, recently came upon a ing chicken and that he should have ss as any paint covert af . book written In tht Fourteenth century Kngland, was fined for cruelty had the hardihood to propose It pubtried. It Is cheap and tniiwnleiit ta describing Fes ss It was at that dog by keeping It on a chain. licly. His mad to a gesturo Is at least an use. Although It will not pruvetit the) Us was said to hare admitted that alarming tlas. Tho director bas compared tho symptom, and so wo should burning of wood exHisel coiitlnuooab tho animal had been chained for IS automata la tb book with Fes as to a high heat, a food uwt of oaletvi years, and had been out oaly ones bs on guanl. H la today, a tid flads lb book to bo Klse, yielding here and there, we rains oa wood will dectvb the daa ftorfoetJy up to date. If reprinted It "Hone of Better Men's Wear." daring that period. Afterwsrd It was of a blass Mr Mould pass very well as a modern found to tm dytnc snd waa destroyed must Anally bo driven sway from Is cigarettes, spreading from bam. stNtrks. aad a Of present day Fes. The with the owner's consent. DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. Tba rasiis-trat- a even the hot biscuits which have hon. tJflsllsr small sources of watchesCslsi- - Bra. of Fes aro still doing things Just described the offense ss sentenc ored the South scarcely less thsn Its M, of course, uiur effect I vs aff lag a dog to canine penal servitude as Ikof 444 Uses la modltval times. warriors, statesmen and poets. tbsa for outside um. Ken-turki i ' , The base bnll fever ha hit caster ami Garranl County ami the j two local tram arc putting Up real rlny base ball. The two tramp played four games last work winning three and losing one. Thry are playing the bet y tram to br found In Central nnd are making their visiting team play ball. Capt. Miller, of the Lancaster All Star it working bard, whipping hi team in hape and we dare predict that we will sec tome excellent game this bare ball season. The first game was played at Rur-gi- n on taut Wednesday when tho local lad took the llurgin boy in to camp by the score of 0 to 7, Jenkins wa on the mound for the All Star and pitched n no hit game. The all around playing of Capt. Mill-- 1 er In hort was the feature of the WATTERSON ClauiM Ctta RATES 1 WHY BUT GREEN LUMBER Sounds The War Tocsin The seasoned product gives the only satisfac tory result Use no " Roofing, Shingles, l, f. Sash other- - MIl-- & WORK. Doors 4.7-7t-p- d. ' : : Bastin Lumber 60. Lancaster, -l. : -1 fr d. quit, lt-p- d- flvc-ye- ar st Grass rock-dov- K N OX mMM? HATI Prices $6.00 to $8.00 Sweet Potato Plants. m-.lu Play saure-rnttlin- Of Of Directors. ti 1 i-- Z T... ... .AM4 (C-1- $3.00 to $5.00 tM ss, k, Parks 8b Hendren -- sc-ro- lr peo-Vi-