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CHAMBER NUMBER I, CHARACTER MEMORIAL WONDERFUL WORK ADORNING SERVICES Being Accomplished About Summer Train- Launched At Banquet Table Where Over One CALLING AtMt. Tabor Church, For Eye Sufferers ing Camp For CiviHundred Citizens Are Present. As Seen In The Life Of Paint Lick. lians At Camp THROUGH UNITED STATES PUBGen. Robert E. Lee. LEXINGTON LENDS AID AND ADDS INSPIRATION. ARE ESPECIALLY LIC HEALTH SERVICE Knox, Ky. of BacealaursaU Sermon De. 1 al INFORMATION OF COMMERCE INVITDE. tick One hundred and twenty-fiv- e Red Cross Opportunity for a month' vacn Ilvsrsd Sunday Night by R.. The American Legion of the Hel-dtlon at the expense of the United eta were Kld for the banquet that GIRLS CONFERENCE Sanford Post will hold memorial Under the directions of the United Krilna f nv.rnm.nl I lifTfirtlm! flirt was given at the (iarranl Tobacco C. D. 3 1 roth r. services at the Mt. Tabor Baptist States Public Health Service, and boyi aril young men between 1(1 ! Warehouse Inst Thursday night, preMammoth Cave And Church next Sunday night, May 29, with the of the ' State The ichool nudltorlum was packed and 3G years of age in Kentucky, paratnry to the launching of a Cham and County Board of Health, and the (o (he Isles last Sunday evening, the Ini'nnn, Ohio and at 7:30 P. M. West Virginia, ber of Commerce, for Lancaster and Camp Daniel Boone. They will have a special musical untiring assistance of Miss Westover, occasion being the baccalaureate ser-vithe Fifth Corps Area. Garrard county, nnd when all were program and Prof. James Watt Ralne our local Red Cross nurse, eye suffergraduating class This vacation will combine the nil- - seated, it was found that with only In honor of the Kentucky is popuur with the Naof the Lancaster High School. A va'tage of healthful outdoor exer a half dozen exceptions, all who had tional Hoard of the Young Wornens of Berea College, will deliver the ad- ers of Garrard county are being dress of the evening. treated at a free clinic, which began program of unusual Interest had been'c - purchased tickets were on hand. wth tj,e benefits of military dlsCol. G. II. Swlncbrond was the Christian Association, because It has This will be a program that Is worth at the court house last Tuesday previously arranged and was greatly cipilne, drill and field maneouvers been chosen as one of the states In going miles to hear and ns this ser- morning and will continue through enjoyed by all who were fortunate unler '.he instruction nnd supervis- toastmaster for the occasion and did the South Central Field where a vice is to be held In memory of our until Friday morning. his work ndmirably, telling first of enough to get In. ion of otTlcer of the U. S. Army, conference will be held June 27th. And in addition to the above, we Rev. C. I. Strother of the local Uniforms will be Issued free of the objective hoped to be reached to August Gth, nnd the vacation camp brnvc departed heroes It Is the desire of the members of the local must say that the work Is also being Bsptlst church delivered what I -- h.uge s well as all necessary mill through the festive board. Three dates are August Cth. to 17th., both of the aided and assisted in every way by tar yequipmenU Those attending gentlemen from the Lexington Hoard at the Y. M. C. A. camp known thru-ou- t post that all the county assemble nt the Mt. Tabor all the physicians of the county. of the beat aermona of this character, the ramp will be quartered in bar- of Trade very kindly accepted in Kentucky ns Camp Daniel Hoone church next Sunday night at the Dr. J. E. Edwnrds, the local health heard here for many year. He took racks. Good shelter is thus assured. vltatlons to attend this banquet nnd at Valley View. above hour. officer ,has been unusually busy' and as hi theme the character of Robert The food will be wholesome and offer' every assistance possible toward The conference is for Kentucky its promulgation. Those attending Everybody cordially Invited to at- to him Is much credit due for the E. Lee, with which he adorned his nourishing. Recreation is also d being Mrsnrs. Frank Jones, Steve and Tennessee girls who cither be tend. Interest manifested by the profescalling, and among other things said fo- - and It Is planned to have .I I ,11 . ... . -- 1. I .IS-- I I Fcathcrstone nnd Col. Sam Walton. long to Y. M. C. A. High School sion. , h " numerous games and athletic unaracirr anu camnK anuum clubs or plan to organize such a Toastmnster Swinebrond, called Dr. C. E. Downs, of the United other. Character Is the voice ,Mti nf:or ,rl hour. n the tve-thUnderclub soon. The vacation camp is for deStates Public Health Service ,1s at sing the song, calling is the nng be band concerts nnd first upon Mr. Jones to explain In tail his plans, which has been so suc girls over twelve years of age. goes the head of the work, assisted by Dr. nceompaiment on the Instrument. olhcr entertainment. Also through the of Chas. B. Kobert, formerly of LebaKvcry person should learn to com- xhe Rfn an, boys of the Fifth cessful in starting similar organiza the . M. C. A., tho Young Wornens non, but now with the State Board bine the two In a beautiful harmony. Corps Area are especially fortunate tlons in other cities of the HIuc Christian Association will conduct His talk was interesting The following things arc necessary in being able to receive this trmn Grass. Circuit Judge Chas. A. Hardin, of of Health of Kentucky and a direcanother vacation camp at Mammoth tor of tho Bureau of Trachoma. match Ini; at Camp Knox, which is known from start to finish and was warmly Cave In order that calling may from July 27 to August 10th. Harrodsburg, underwent an opera- Three trained nurses were also sent character and character adorn call- - through, ut the country ns the largest applauded at its conclusion. He told Miss Lavinia llonncr of 1C08 Syn- tion yesterday for carbuncle. A hero by the department, they being: Ing. I state these qualities In the mlltnry ri.,nation now being used. of the many advantages to be derived dicate Trust lluilding, St. Louis, u telephone message from his bedside Mrs. Snedakcr, Public Health nurse; form of practical admonitions for The terrain of the camp, with Its from such an organization and in member of the South Central Field this morning said that the operation ourselves. valleys .hills and stretches of level order to make tt a success from the staff of the Y. M. C. A., will bo exe- was successful and that Judge Har- Miss Cochran, Public Health nurso; 11 n,u,t haye ,he hcart' c0 Miss Lang, U. S. Public Health 1. Fall Into God's plan for you. makr It i,oMihl to hnv,. Held 'tart' din is getting along as well as could and operation of all citizens and business cutive. She will be assisted by a nurse. A a picture At Its frame ,or a bird i..... trained recreation leader, a swim- be expected. On account of the That the clinic has been a success fits it nest, so the greatly success- conditions of actual warefare. It is men of the town and county and ming Instructor and a special coun- Judge having diabetes his friends In every way ,1s due mainly to the ful life (Its Into God's plan for it. the hope of the Commanding General this must be backed by a good sub cillor. are uneasy about him, but unless hc splendid work of Miss Westover, who God has a definite program for you of the Corps Area to have represen- stantial fund to insure Its complete Thirteen dollars and fifty cents has n backset hc will soon be out for weeks past had promises from to carry out, a niche for you to fill, tatives from every section of the four success. will cover the cost of the fee and again. Judge Hardin's many friends A constitution and suitable these patients and the Importance of task for you to face, a life for you states attend the ramp. arc hoping that he will soon recover. had been previously prepared and board at Daniel Hoone for both camp to live. If you are to make the Here Is the procedure! Obtain Boyle Circuit their presence nt these clinics, every and conference, while fifteen dollars A special term of the one of them seeming to have the most of your life your rarcer mut an application blank from the chair- were then read by Prof. Paul Boyd, will cover all expenses at Mammoth Court was called for this week, but utmost confidence In her work, as at the suggestion of the chairman. impulse. obey it divine man in your county, have n physician on account of Judge Hardin's illness Cave, Including the fee for a trip their presence here during the week 2. Believe with all your heart examine you and then get a charac- After its reading a motion was made the term will not be held. Danville through the rave. shows. that you can fulfill your calling and ter certificate from some public of- and duly carried, that the document Advocate. The main object of the clinic is to also plese God. Kvcry hutnn life ficial. Forward all this at once to be adopted as read and with the To Be observe the cases of Trachoma, which should obey two laws; the law of the M. T. C. A. headquarters, 1200 motion the chairman was asked to W. G. COLSON seems so prevalent all over the counearthly duty, and the law of obedi- Lincoln Hank lluilding, Louisville, appoint ten citizens to serve as an At request of patrons the play, and was "A Little Clodhopper," will be given the health ence to God. Ky., or to the Commanding General, organization committee, which Middlesboro. try, tryingwhichexterminate. authorities Dies are to This dis3. Accept the conditions of your Fifth Corps Area, Ft. Benjamin Har- done. This committee as named by again at Mt. Hebron School, Wedlife with cheerfulness. Kven though rison, Ind. You will be notified In the chairman Is composed of the fol- nesday evening, June 1st, nt eight W. G. Colson, a prominent at- ease Is said to be almost the oldest we suffer defejit ever and anon in due time whether or not you arc ac- lowing: Sam Haseldcn, I. G. David- o'clock. torney of Middlesboro, and brother disease in existence, caused by a the battles of life, let u not bo dis- cepted for the camp. If you cannot son, W. O. Goodloe, W. A. Fnrnau, After the play a short address will of the lato Congressman, D. G. Col germ, yet the germ has never been couraged, for manhood, bravery, obtain an application blank, write Chas. Thompson, A. D. Joseph, J. W. be given to the Eighth Grade gradu- son, died at his home last Friday. discovered. It Is said that history Christian character arc often reveal- for one at either of the two addresses Elmore, Henry Moore, R. I. Elkln, ates and their diplomas presented by He was C4 years old and is survived tells us that Napoleon Boneparte John M. Farra, with G. B. Swine-broa- d Rev. I. W. Manly, of Lancaster. ed through defeat as they may never Just given. by four sisters, three sons and four brought the first case to Europe, as chairman. have been revealed through victory. daughter. "He was a brother of when he returned with his army from Egypt. A number of enthusistic talks were 4. Do with might what your Mrs. W. B. Moss, of this city. A Good Day LOSES made after the adopting of the It is commonly called "granulated hands find to do. Many a person in lids' 'and effects the lids, by early Fail-vie- w all endorsconstitution and life has failed not from lack of abilsymfMrais, of small pimples appearBoys Trim. ing the good work and promising The special day Falrvlcw fast ity, but from the lack of concentra- Richmond at personal and financial aid In furthertion The whole world Is witness to Dies. ing on the'underneath side. ing the movement. Those who spoko Sunday was enjoyed by a large crowd Of the 110 cases examined TuesLocal the tremendous power of this element veteran day, 34 were found to havo trachoma, Dr. Richard B. Gilbert, were Messrs. Feathersonc, Sam from the beginning of Sunday school of concentration. Hy a score of 11 to G the B. Adorn your calling- - by Chris-tia- n Walton, Sam Haselden, J. S. Hasel- In the morning until the benediction practician In Louisville, died at his some In mild form, others being old The large house apartment there last week, after cases. Most of these cases were down In defeat dcn, L. I Walker, J. E. Robinson, in tho sfternoon. Town Team went character. We can use calling to degrade character, or use charac- before the Normal Team of Rich- K. II. Hourland, A. J. Manley, 11. S. was well filled both morning and having suffered a stroke of paralysis operated upon Tuesday and yesterter to glorify calling. Lee's life was mond, on the local grounds yesterday Hudson, - G. Davidson, John M. afternoon. The pleasure of tho day a few dnvs previous. Dr. Gilbert day, Dr. Downs performing, assisted was greatly increased by tho solos of was 79 years old and during his half by local physicians and Dr. Kobert. not stained by contact with corrup- afternoon. While we should like to Farm and others. tion. The inspiration of his life was have seen the ixore reversed, yet our The organization committee named Ilrudley Kincaid a Fairview boy, who century of practice had officiated at The Jury room of the court house is being used as an operating room, from above, not below. The Im- boys put up a gamo fight, in view of last Thursday night havo had several hat been attending Uerca College the birth of 20,000 babies. He was a native of Taylorsville, tho other rooms of the building, are pulse to action were from within, the fact that eight scores had been meetings and havo done some splen- for several years. "Bradley" Is a not without The ideal of hla life put over the rubber by the opposing did work, preparatory to the work fin you?g man and a splendid singer Spencer county nnd an uncle of Dr. occupied with cots, where patients arc kept until able to return to their was future, not pa it. He looked up team In the first Inning. A little which is to come up next week, when unl the people of Fairview are al- - J. S. Gilbert, of this city. respective homes. and not down; in and out; forward piece of ill luck like this is capable a drive for memberships will be wavs glul to have him back. Bro, -' Dismissed. The ladies of tho various churches and not backward. I trust that may of taking the "pep" out of an 'or- pushed. The rating committee has Frank Ttnder, of Kirksville, a former pastor was present for the afternoon dinary team, but not so with our completed Its work and a luncheon bo true of each of you. arc serving lunches to all patients The case against Bob Meadows, Every person Is called to bo a boys, who seemed to rally and were will be given at the Masonic rooms service ond conducted the special ser charged with selling young fox, was and their families, having fed ISO taint. A saint is a person, not, able to run in six scores before tho next Monday night, at which about vice for the officers of tho church in tried before Judge Stapp last Friday for lunch last Tuesday and about "Bro. Frank" is necessarily a parson, set apart to close of the ninth inning. f fifty of the leaders in the movement the afternoon. that many yesterday. The and was discharged. It appeared to duty, conseceated to God and right, Richmond has a good team in the will be on hand to receivu final apd greatly loved by the people of tho clinic will probably be concluded tocommunity and his presence added an outsider to be a case "of strain morrow. grappling with his foes, doing his Eastern Normal, In fact about the further instructions from the organito the joy of the occasion. Bro. ing at a knat and swallowing a work, enduring hardship, climbing best we have seen on our ground zation committee. This is the third clinic held In the cnmeL" tho rugged hill of manhood, or this year, iletter luck next time! It is hoped and believed that nono I Ramsey, pastor of tho church nt state this year, one Just being held w womanhood as the case may be, with boys. Prcn' nd took part in will shirk this duty, thereby probably ' at Barbourvlllc and. the other at the afternoon. The tho eye fixed on an eternal goal. rendering everything void that has thu Manchester. The visiting physicians . w ,ut. ....... I'rTcipal speaker of the afternoon That Is your supremo calling, !.in ...... u -1,11111 The C. W. B. M. and the C. E's and all nurses are enthusiastic with itcr Tk Hourland. of Lan of the Christian church will glvo an their praise, nwn "ev- Let us now observe a few traits nn.l iiPrhan. ..... m.. for the The opening ball at Crab Orchard this organization on which means so ciuU'r' "c '- of Leo's character, with which he ywy fine and exchange at the Haselden Store, shown by the citizens and In fact all wmcn was high Saturday, May 28th., beginning at the people adorned his calling. Ills courage, Springs will take place Wednesday much in a financial way to Uncas- of tho county, In trying ly commanded by tho people present. evening, Juno 1st., and great pre par ter and Gnrrard county. his magnanimity, his Idealism I need to eradicate this dreadful disease. 9 o'clock. Tho thought that prompted the obnot dwell upon. A few things I ations nro being made for this un to eat. Candy n which seems so prevalent over the Good thing serving of these special days at "Tho nual event, when many hundred, peo name briefly. country at this time. specialty. pic ore expected to be present. Grove" nnd at Fairview was to cause (I). Tho first Is his Tho cots and other equipments. More Improvements have been add th' peoplo to realize what church New This appears in the quiet poise and Cab Service. necessary in a clinic of this character, membership means nnd to inspire Special balance always manifested In his ed to this famous resort since last Is furnished by the U. S. Red Cross Messrs. Glass B. Carrier and WIIUo Miss them to give the Lord Jesus Christ hearing. In tho absence of fatso season and the prospects for a ban Neville, having three full equiptwo a nore vital place In their thoughts Long have recently purchased School pride In the hour of victory. In tho ner year were never brighter, says ments, now ready for sen-icIn the new cars and arc now In the taxi and affo.'tlons. If they have served sweetness of his spirit In ifffoat. In genial host, Col. J. S. Haseldcn. state. even In n small way to bring about business. Tho firm is known as the Normal. tho quiet and dlcnltv this worthy aim, those who have Taxi Cab and the price which marked his conduct after tho men and young women of the gradu Class. They say they to these services are are very reasonable. For the benefit of such teachers as war. No life can bo very great or ating class of 1021, the secret of vie can go day or night, just call "Long Growth of the postal receipts In very successful without tor' In your life as a whole, what cannot attend the regular Summer Carrier." Lancaster, has caused this office to The greatest victory you can win Is ever be tho defeats along the way, School, n special school will open'.. . . be raised from the third class to the wilUrcn Notes the victory over self. Is to bo found in taking God into Tuesday morning, May 31st, and second class, same to tak t (2), Tenderness was another cle your lives and making It yam tlnuo six weeks. The classes in this The church Is of God. It was or July Postofflce Inspector, Clar- ment of his character. He had a supremo calling to serve Him. Thus school will, be in charge of special ganized for tho purpose of carrying Judge T. A. Rice, of Lincoln, was ence Coleman, has been In the town tender and loving heart. This was you shall conquer every foe, includ teacherC Every teacher who wants forward tho work of His .Kingdom, in tho city last Monday, mingling recently and in checking up our local to get full benefit of this school but If a member constantly stars also true of Henry W. Grady, tho ing the last enemy death. with his friends, and Incidentally Kouth's greatest orator. Tho world "Ere, wo do our heavenly best, a should enroll on Monday, 30th. away from His House, the work of putting In some good strokes with Ids office, very promptly said he would T. J. Coates, President. the Kingdom Is hindered to that ex- constituency, relative to his candi- advise that such a step be taken by needs big hearted, great hearted, God must mingle In the game, It. tender hearted men and women. There may be those about us, tent, so my brother, if you arc one dacy for the nomination for County the postal authorities at Washington. (3). I call your attention to Just whom wo neither know nor name, of the number who never darken the Judge of Lincoln county. Judge All clerks In the office will now be on other trait of his character Felt within us, as ourselves, the Banks Closed his doors of the church surprise yourself Rice is one of the Records best placed In the civil service status. fidelity to (lity. It swayed his life powers of good, the powers of ill, and the people by being present next friends and has long been one of its The classification of third class are raised only when the reIn sovereign power. Me Strewing balm or shedding poison deplored Sunday. We desire the attendance valued subscribers. He has been In the fountains of the will, the Civil War and yet buckled on his In order that all the members of and of every member of Lincoln's County Judge for tho past ceipts reach 18,000 a year and less word and fought because he believed Follow light and do the right, for the banks in the city and county be the Church on that day. Do not four years, and has made a splendid than 110,000. It to be his duty. man can half control his doom, able to attend the Bankers Conven- fail to be present promptly at 9:45 official, and in recognition of this fact WkUs Iksr last, a bsaaseasa Trust God and do right is the 'Till you see the deathless angel tion at Lawrsnceburg, they declared for Sunday School and preaching his friends think he should be tenderbis FREE with eask sack ot BalUrJ supreme mm of Lie's life. Young seated In the vacant tosb." a hell day yesterday. services at eleven. . ed the office again. Obelisk Fleur. HuaWa 4 Faraau. TJim At ce pro-vlt'e- . 1 con-rac- at Judge Hardin Operation For Carbuncle. .,,, ! by-la- Repeated. At LANCASTER s, At Team Prominent Physician I- .- one-hal- Opening Ball. An Exchange W - en-ti- re self-restrai- ANNOUNCEMENT Of Summer At Eastern Taxi e self-respe- State Long-Carri- er Into Second self-restrai- nt .. Pleasant Caller r-- lt. Yesterday of-S- ce tkl. The Central Record, Lancaster. Ky Thursday, May 26, 1921 Itlon It to err at n to make the at tempt Almost hopeless. Uccause of the trouble which It has I caused this weed ha now come to be I rccotrimcil nt the worst pct with to contend which the farmer ha When it Is present In tho pasture land It U practically Impossible to fit for use and I produce milk product in many section of the State wild onion are preventing the develop ment of a profitable dairy Industry. ! They arc equally as troublesome to the mall grain grower for wheat In 'feitcd with wild onions must be sold at a greatly reduced price. The only way they can be kept out of the I Krai nls to go through the Held be- I fore harvest and cut out the seed In T heads. JoUeisus Surlsy Straw, hay or manure purchased from infested farms arc common flavsr. sources of Infestation and for thi reason it I Important that extreme care be taken to see that there arc no onion bulbcts present. Shipped hay or straw also should be careful J7 .1 st ly examined for onions. Experiments which have been con. ducted for some time on the eradicaI tion of the wild onion show that or- chard heating oil when sprayed on I the top of the onions will kill them. To Control Wild .Small patches of the weed may be 'destroyed by dicing up the bulbs Onions. Innil mnrlcini ilii innt nhnulil Wild onion are so troublesome b, wntchl.(, infe otm. Imlb t dl nnu expensive on me larm mm. wc linbe to remnn , thc Kroum farmer wnosc neius arc irec irom cannot alTord to neglect and precautions to keep them free, according to K. J. Kinney, of the Soils and Crops Department of the College of AgriSTORMES DRUG STORE culture. When wild onions become established thc disTiculty of erndica- - Uncle Watt "ROOSTER WEEK" Is Farewell One For .itori 5" "wj ICMOl Many Chanticleers. With a premium price placed on them and farmer and poultrymen educated to the Iomcs which they cause in fertile eggs during the sum-.mmonths, many Kentucky roosters (are expected to make their last crow before May 28th., according to announcements coming; from the Poultry Department of the College of (Agriculture. "Koostcr Week" which starts May SiHrd. and end Mny 28th. ha been set alde as n special time (which farmers have been nsked to kill, confine or sell nil male bird in their (lock in order to stop thc RUN 'EM IN cr MATCHMAKING Ing to end n few day with us, I think I'll Invite Chnrle Angustu iiJVfOW that Ml Fnvorlto In com-A- Cigarette the Terwllllger to dinner," said Mr. hove always thought they wen Intended for each other, mid they should bo Jnnnworthr. "I It's Toasted s tba belter n Precautions Necessary 3 ffg'SSLL KEEP YOUR MONEY AT HOME tik CITIZENS P City banks are paying 4 per j cent on lime deposits and in order to induce our people to keep their money at home we will pay 4 per cent on time deposits. Come in and see us. NATIONAL LANCASTER. KY. BANK. CornerlPublic Square andjDanville Street Mutt Not Sling Mud. An automobile drlter who drive Ida cur so a to plnh pedestrians I dictionaries to make a literature. liable to Incur a heavy Hue In Japan. Illgglnson. To prevent thl poMdblllty. Japanese driven, equip nil four wheel with odd Too Many Before Him. Edward, returning empty handed fenders, consisting of strip of jwiper it from the M office, said: "You will or fabric suspended fromhub-ra- horizontal faMciM-t- l to the have to end me earlier next time, boon! mamma, because when I got there tho letters were all gone." Raiting the Qoat. In ome of the town of Quecn-lan- d gont ore ued for drawing waDally Thought Tou were mado for enjoyment, and ter cart. In team of four or somethe world was filled with thing which time eight. Gouts urn nliu bred and you are too trained for racing In that Australian you will enjoy, unle proud to bo pleased with them, or too province, and a race meet where grasping to care for what you cannot speedy hlllle nnd tinimle nru enturn to other account than mere de- tered may nln)s be counted on to draw a large crowd. light Ituskln. and Mora Than Oram mar. more than grammar U take "I never could losses. understand w h y More than 20 produce farms with mnrrlctl women alwaya match- many branch houses in the State nre ing up the young I have agreed to pay a two to three- peoples of their ac- ceni premium per ounu on roosicr re- 'marketed during that week in order quaintance," to In the movement to marked "Most climate the annual $950,000 low wives lnlt at caused by male bilrd running In the least to their hus- farm tlock during the summer band that mat- months.. The Stnto Hoard of Health rimony I n proalso In tho movement nounced failure. .will Every time you e. nn old maid you and will distribute circulars on the turn green with envy, and you have care and handling of eggs In addition told me a million lime that u woman to seeing thnt nil State rules In re- sacrifices her liberty and ludcetid. gard to thc candling of egg are en ence the minute she Inveigle n man forced. to tho altar, nnd vow to love, cherish ltoosters nre unnecessary in thc and protect htm. You have said In my poultyr Mock during thc summer presence that the spinster I the only , months, the specialists state, because woman uho m her own ho. "It doesn't take the Ingenuity of a the breeding season has ended nnd Sherlock Holme to deduct from your fertile egg arc not nedd. In addl- remnrks thai you conlder matrimony tion the hen lay Just a well without roosters in the Mock. When male Why, then, Mr. Jme n total worthy, nre you forever trying to lo-- third arc allowed to run with the gulle your friend Intu thnt condition hen fertile eggs are produced and of misery? Of coure, you can't ex these spoil rapidly during warm plain: neither ran any woman explnln. weather nnd are discriminated Matchmaking Jut come natural to against on the market. nil of you. Kxperimcnts have been shown that "When I nut looking for nil kind of plain and fancy trouble, I'll tegln they are unfit for food after 24 hour matching up the young men nnd wom- in ummT weather while Infertile en of my acqualntnuiv. Itut not until egg muy be placed In nn Incubator 1 mn suffering for an Invoice of grief. ut 103 degrct- - and left for sevn day I might persuade my friend to Invest aftr which they may (till be used for In n western wllver mine, or buy patent food. right In n revolving churn, but you'll never see Klljah Jnrnesworthy bookIt I best to throw the mantle of ing matrimony In your Indiscriminate way. If two young people got married 'charity over the mistakes of your through your ring generalship nnd neighbor. You may need a circu they found that each had drawn n gold tent to cover your own. brick, they would hate you a long a they lived, nnd would always speak Thi country and Japan are wag. of you n an old hujbody with n noe ing war in the approved manner. too long for legitimate purpose, nnd They are making diplomatic faces at they'd make face at you whenever each other from n safe distance. jou met litem on tho street. "Do you ever think of your rcpon-Abilit- y ! The population of the earth is esti when you try to boom the mated at about 2,000,000,000. If hlototn market? Dot's It ever they were nil as bully as the people occur to you, nt such time, that you nre rushing In where angels fear to of this town this old word woud sure be n hummer. trend? "Now, Just consider Sarah Jane FaThe most convincing proof that vorite and Charle Augustus Terwll- England i cultivating the United llger, who will bo railroaded to tho altar If you have your way. I admit States i found in the announcement thai they make a handsome pair. that Queen Mary has placed her enSarah I n blonde with a pug nose,, thusiastic approval upon American nnd Charles Augustus I n brunette Jazz. with a no like n Itomnn They afford a pleasing contrast. Itut appearance count for little, Mr. Jnmeworthy, when the real buslne of mnrrleil life begin. "Sarah ha basked In the lap of luxury nil her day, and she ha tho Idra Jhnt money grow on vine like cucumber. I don't supiwse who ever knew what It mean to need fifty cents or a dollnr. When she wants anything sho goe to the storo and get It, and has It charged to Iter father. If there I one wont In the dictionary sho Isn't familiar with, thnt word Is retrenchJamc-worthy. . i ' This is Rooster Week and we are paying 15cts per lb. Fhoneus If you can't catch 'emt we can. we want your buslnesi. iai'iisliiiii It. L. Ice Produce LANCASTER, KY. STANFORD ST., COMPANY. IIAGAN, Mfrr. Forged by Pssslon. ordained In tho eternal constitution of thine that men of Interapcr ato mind cannot be free; their passion forge Ihclr IturVe. It I Fttltrs Kltttn Would Naturally B Blur. From nn exchange The bride, In a dark bluo kitten's ear, In beautifully designed Iridescent beads. Itoston Transcript. was-attire- lo. A Mountain of Salt. Nevnda rtMituIti n mountain ef snlt, pure, solid and trnusnrent. In l lie early da;, nl'cn the Mormon had to rely solely on their own resource, they ' used flake from the mountain for' I window ane Instead of tUss. Sigh for th "Coed Old Days." he sometime a Jud Tiinklu miiM get back to tho old wlshr time when the average person was not exacted to make a speech except on hi birthday or when he got elected to snmrthlnz W. 0. RIGNEY W. 0. DICKF.RS0N W. O. RIGNEV Offlce Phone 18. & CO. Funeral Oirectors and Embalmers Residence Plume 3.'i Lancaster, Kentucky. or-nn- Fo Can B Tamtd. No wild animal I more easily domesticated than the fox, either red or gray, and none exhibits so much sly, cunning hm tamed, says the Aracrl. ( can Foretry Maraxlne, but they susceptible of n very hljh degree, of affection for whnerer ha them In! I charge. Incensltttncy. As a Christmas present a wife will give her husband a pipe with enough brass trtmlmngs on It to start a foundry. And then sho will get mad If ar( ber ing husband doesn't day Jut becsus on New Year tho man next door bus decldetl t swear off. ArkansHtv Thomas Cat. scr off smok- m m ment. i jj Sherwin-Willia- ms the best Faint on the mar- ket Phone us and save the difference. to-da- y. paint Pll! Hilj;j B jBll l "Charles Augustus on tho other hand, hnd bard ulcddlng all through hi boyhood. A n result of his experience he has an exaggerated Idea of the value of a kopeck. He Is the sort of man who will wnlk eight miles through n thunderstorm rather than cough up carfare. Whenever ho partw with n nickel h ha to take n bromo-seltrto steady hit nerve. HI reverence for money Increase every day, and It will keep on Increasing a long (!) as bo lives. "Vet you, Mrs. Jameworthy, In your matchmaking enthusid asm, would uo your voto and Influence to Join these two peoplo In tho holy bond. Just tnko the ndvlco of husband, nnd let jrour Bwajbacked such peoplo work out their own destinies, nnd everybody concerned will bo happier." er feeble-minde- another puncture toda ny gloves and dress a sight! iWt you order LEE Puncture- proofs for my car, like you put on all your business cars and trucks?" t! j equip her car with Leo Puncture-protires. Of course, you already use them on your business or commercial cars. That's n matter of business ceo But, how about her safety, comfort, and ease of mind ? Doctors, salesmen, contractors nil sorts of n cars have, long orjo, demonstrated the continuous rnilsqgo-givin- g value of these guaranteed puncture-proo- f tires. mi The car of every woman who drives should be fully quipped with Lee Puncture-proo- f tires. ' , r, ma - Ji DO 11 It now of 1 Thrte. Takes Sail Bthlnd Halibut. Undo Oeorgo Ilutler of Oswnrth, Me., now In bis eightieth year, hooked a halibut while lishlng off Bister Ledge, nnd cnstlng off his anchor rope, which he had fastened with n toggle, he enjoyed a sail about tho bay, with tho hollbut for power. After n while the halibut got tired and Undo (Jeorgo bnuled It in. driving-confiden- ce owner-drive- It weighed 200 pounds. lj It seems strange to us today to rend of saffron as n perfume; one of the romances about It lies In the story by llakluyt of a pilgrim smuggling, nt tho risk of bU life, from tho Levant a bead of saffron In n hollow made in bis staff. Both In a Cavity. Wife I dropped Into a millinery opening today. Hub And put w In a bole. 111 lioston Transcript- - Ancient Prfume. to offer, the Lee Dealer it practically giving you a tire made to order for your particular service? Do you realize that with four types of pneumatics -y tjf Pu" lubbtr mtm A r--c v- -' wv i- u, iv. y TT The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday, May 26, 92 1 1 BUCKEYE Mr. and Mrs. It. In IACKACHE IS DISCOURAGING list-Mr- GUY. Mrs. James Ynntis Is on the sick s. a ajaaaaa ave eaBVSBSSJV rlVIV waj ttXWMTON.Rr.to, Hi HUM! IfLAI riiair ma sunj MIm Kate Holtzclaw, of Hucnn able to be out Vittn attended the play here Satur Mr. day night and was the guest of Mrs. again nfter several weeks Illness. Kd (!row. Mls Stella Mac Grow was the Mr. nmt Mr. M. I Montgomery week-en- d guest of Mr. It. U Crow, are very happy over the arrival of SIIip Seed Corn for sale. a baby girl on the 12th. Itt name Iludion Sl Frnu. I Gladys Mae. Mr. and Mr. W. - Grow attendMr. and Mr. Vm. Onttott enter ed service nt the Haptlst church nt tained Sunday Mimes Krnma and Danville Thursday. Kate Holticlnw, Mlt Kvn Mcrrlnan, Mae Grow, A fine boy made hit appearance I'rof. Ilrown, MIm Stella at the home of Mr. and Mr. Arthur and other friend. Mr. and Mr. Wm. IlrumfU'ld of Montgomery on the 22nd. Xlcholasville, and Mi Uunnn Dean Ilur-gi- n Mr. and Mr. Sam Duncan of of Little Hickman were with Mr. and and quite a number from Iluena Mr. Dillard Urumflcld Saturday Vista were here for the play. night and Mr. Hamlet Jennings on Mrs. Lewis Murphy, of Lexington, Sunday. spent a part of last week with her Messrs. J. It. Duncan and Jno. father, 'Mr. Joeph Hlcki, who was Jackson and families and Mr. J. I. quite ill. Crawford, spent Sunday at their old The play Riven at ML Hebron home place near here. Dinner wns Consolidated School Saturday night served near the old spring and an wa quite a success. About $SS wat enjoyable day wa spent. OMe Lane I I- MT. HEBRON realised. V. Sanders spent Nothing mora discouraging than a Lexington. constant backache. Lama when you Miss Tucker, of Louisville, gavo awaken, palna blcrco you wiiagi you to work or to n splendid talk here Sunday P. M. bend or lift. It's bard rest, Hackacho often Indicates bad on China. kidney and calls for prompt treatMr. and Mrs. Frank Lnml enter-tmne- d ment. Tlio best recommended rema number of relatives to'dln-ne- r edy Is Doan'a Kldnoy Pills. Profit by this nearby resident's experiSndny. MIm Lorn Ilrown is spending this ence: Mrs. J. H. (Snod, Logan St., titan-forv.eek in Harrodsburg with relatives Ky., rays: "A constant . ami friends. broUKht me down iki I couldn't Mr. and Mrs. N. Miles and family do my houMiwork. I couldn't get day or nlRhl and at times I could of Nlcholasville, spent Saturday with hardly more. I had nervous headMr. and Mrs. A. C. Miles. aches ami the action of my kidneys A pal of Trouter FREE, double caused me much annoyance. My lie er .o of your lull, and reduce limbs nnd feet wrro swollen ami so sore I could hardly stand. Doan's lis prlcn Kidney Pills relieved the backache Andrrton Uro,. nnd olhiT symptoms of kidney trouMr. Handy Kurtz and family of ble." Mercer County, spent Saturday with Price Gflc, at all dealers Dort Mr. and Mrs. - F. Ilrown. simply ask for n kidney remedy get Mr. and Mrs. I. L. Sanders and Dunn's Kidney Pills the same that Co., son, of Crab Orchard, were guest Mrs. Rood had. of Mr. Hiram Itny and family Sun- Mfrs, Iluffalo, N. Y. day. Friday Milton Ward and Mrs. C. R. Henry visited Mrs. James Ynntis the past week. Misi Nornh Sams of Gorbln, Is the attractive visitor of MIm Fannie Meridn. Mrs. Wm. Walker was n visitor Friday of Mrs. Wm. Ball, of Lan- - i mm GENUINE bacK-acti- caster. Mr. nnd Mrs. Frnnk Turner nnd daughter spent Sunday with Mr. and Mr. Wm. Barnes. Mr. nnd Mrs. Olllo Graham and baby spent the week-enwith relatives. Mr. Arthur Sams, of Corbln is visiting his cousins, Messrs. Wm. nnd Clarence Meridn. Mr. nnd Mr. Mlley Bcazley and baby were recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Doolln. Mr. and Mrs. John Black and handsome little son, J. II., visited in this vicinity Sunday. Mr. nnd Mrs. Allen Osborn of Scotts Fork were Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. John Osborn. Mrs. Wm. Smith and daughter, Miss Emma, of Pleasant Hill visited Mrs. Wm. Griggs Thursday. Don't let this opportunity slip to to get a ptir of Troutcr Free at Anderion Bros. Mrs. William Kinder and little son, Ruben Harris, were visitor Thursday of Mr. nnd Mrs. Mlley Bcazley. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Scott nnd son, Billy Brown, were Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Grimes, near Judson. Mrs. Wm. Barnes and Miss Mollie Barnes were guests Thursday of Mrs. Henry Tuttle and Miss Daysle Runells. Miss Mollie Barnes and Messrs. Tom Lewis nnd Loyd Barnes attend ed the "Home Coming Day" at Fair lew Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. R. II. Ward and three sons, of Madison, spent the week-en- d with Mr. and Mrs. Milton Ward and Mrs. C. It. Hcnrv. A handsome thimble free with each tack of Ballard Obeliik, the Blur Ribbon Flour. Hudson & Farnau. Mr. Wm. Clark, Messrs. Clay and Robt. Clark, of the Lexington road were dinner guests Frldny of Mrs. C. R. Henry nnd Mr. and Mrs. Milton Ward. Mr. nnd Mrs. T. L. Ynntis had for their Sunday guests Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Davidson and two sons, of Lancaster, Mesdame W. 1. Sutton and Carrie Davidson. Mr. nnd Mr. J .P. Foley, Misses Anno Mae Kldd, Lucy and Nolle Turner motored to Freedom Sunday and were visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Matt Moore. Miss Fannie Merida entertained a number of her friends Saturday evening honoring their visitors, Mr. Arthur Sams nnd Miss Norah Sams of Corbln. All present had a delightful time. Mr. nnd Mrs. Abble Sams and daughters, Misses Ruth and Ruby of Corbln, after a visit to Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Merida have returned home and Mrs. W. T. Sams, Mrs. Merida' mother accompanied them to Corbln. d ro-li- BULL DURHAM tobacco makts50 flood cigarettts for one-thir- I- FoMnr-Mllbtir- n lUc Cow Pea, Soy Deans, MilUl, Red, Orange and Amber Can Seed and Seed Corn. Hudson & Famau. Mr. and Ma Cecil Gulley and daughter, of Nlcholasville, Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Gulley, of Lancaster, have been visiting Mr. and Mrs. It. W. Sanders. Mrs. It. W. Sanders and daughter, MIm Lucille, entertained twenty of their friends from two to five Thursday, I'. M. Mrs. Sanders was assisted In entertaining by Mrs. T. S. Picratt. Tenneie BRYANTSVILLE C. M. Dean Is tome Mr. better at MAKKSBURY A. J. Rice sold n bunch of lambs to Ash Arnold for 10 cts. per pound. 16 per cent phosphate fertiliser for corn and wheat land. $25.00 per ton. Hudson & Farnau. Miss Emma Holmes of Crab Orchard has been the guest of Miss Deanc Hunter for the past week. Mr. Ives Poyntcr and family, Mr. Bob Naylor and fnmlly were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Blank. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Jones camo over from Harrodsburg Sunday and were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Troy Hogg. Mr. Russell, of Dallas, Texas, who Mr. Jim Turner and has family returned to Chattanooga, where he attended the Sourthcrn Baptist Convention. He was accom-rnnie- d by Mrs. Ruscsll, who returned last week to conclude a visit to becn-visitin- this writing. Mr. Louis W. Oroadus was In Lex- For That Cough After the "Flu" Lingering cotdi and cough that follow the grip or influenza are difficult to overcome, but many such sufferers have found relief in Foley's Honey and Tar Says It It Worth $10.00 a Bolt!? B.rnti. Stn Anient., writ.. 'F.Ur'. ILn.r n Tir U uBdmkttilr IK kil IbU U rmtk itn.rfr U lh. w.iU. I t 1.114 it I. b. . Attull liu(M m, I hi i U.n wwth (MOO at .III. la 1 tid IK. Hj. Emrlr la ll. . Kkb l.lt n. wk tad with . MtiiiUil mih. Tk. 4 I bc.m mach w.rii.4 ilmt tuK ki( m kt. Smm 4rii4 m. I Itr F.Lt'i llo mi T.r 4 I k.D lki it Ik.l oufct. I K H it&tUttlr r.c.vtr.4.ateo ctuthtltU.? Wm. Ttt-- ington Saturday. Mr. Steve Halcomb spent last week with friends In Paris. Mr. Dock J. Miller ha returned to his home in Campvflle. Miss Mayme Italian! spent Sunday :n Lexington with relatives. Mr. A. T. Scott, Jr., is spending several days with relatives In Versailles. Mr. It. D. Woods has been spend ing several days with relatives In Cin cinnati. Miss Z.utah Dawes spent last week i the guest of Mrs. J. L. Ilutlcr of Danville. Miss Mary Dellc Halcomb and Mr. Louis Droaddus were in Danville Wednesday. Messrs. N. T. Grow Woodford Grow Lexington. spent and Master Saturday In rr : . fi - iH 1311 Lexington St " yon Ih. PLUMB- n. lll.H . Mr. Edwin Wylle returned home Saturday after a ten days stay in Dry Hidge. Mas Louise Tucker, of Louisville, the first of the week with Mrs. I!. A. Dawes. Little Miss Lula Mays Hill spent Wednesxlny night ith Mr. John Campbell and family. Mrs. J. Hogan Hallard and Miss Mayme Hallard were In Danville ING HCCARTHY rrhc l'LUMHKK Kcatiaf. fUtiag Gatlerwf, Elc. Honey and Tar. COMPOUND coldi, tlckliaf ol ihe ibrost, spsiosodie proup, whooping toufh, la frippe, and broachUl couth, boarscatss, etc Foley! ANOLD RELIABLE FAMILY REMEDY, recommended lor couja. Shop Phone 69. Lancaster, Ky. All ustrs Praise its prompt ana ANNUAL OPENING GRAHAM SPRINGS HOTEL tficient action. A bsoluteb , sat Contains no opiatts.' STORMES DRUG STORE First Thought In Qrugs LANCASTER, KY. WOLF TRAIL Mr. Hani Price was on the stck list last week. Miss Valley Clark Is visiting Mrs. Carl Moberley. Mr. Abe Ilurton was in Madison Sunday. Mr. Oillie Fain was In Lexington las week. Mr. Ilernard Hay spent one night last week with Mr. Elmer Ray. Miss Eunice Casey spent a few days last week here with relatives. Mrs. Powel Daltey spent Friday afternoon with Mrs. James Lnnd. .Miss Ileulah May was the guest of MIm Jessie Kay Wednesday night. Mrs. Homer Ray spent the day Wednesday with Mrs. Charles Mr. and Mr. W. T. Moberley were Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. WalCasey. A number of folks from this vicin ity were shopping in Lancaster last week. Mr. and Mrs. Homer Ray were the guesU Wednesday evening of Mr. P. Harrodsburg, Ky. JUNE 1, 1921. Supper 6 to 9 Dancing 9 to 2 Special Music. BEN C. ALLIN, PROPRIETOR. her The girl who hat many strings to All men make bow is probably partial to jnzz. admit them. al- mistakes. A few A word from the wlio Is not ways one of wisdom. Kven the chickens, now, arc partial to dandelions. "Hitting the ball' 'in the business America is becoming commercially world Is commendable, but busting rich In everything that makes is mor- the bat Is a crime that Is never for ally poor. given. MIND AND BODY are both nourished and strengthened by the judicious use of high grade ter Meats That is the kind of meet we sell, and you pay no more. Oailey and family. Mr. and Mrs. Wllbert Dalley and son, were guests Sunday of Mr. and Mr. W. T. Sebastian of Nina. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Sparks are welcoming n little daughter who ar rived nt their homo on the 17th. Lint, Sand, Rock, Portland Cement, Common and Prepaid Brick. Hudson V Farnau. Mr. and Mrs. Moso Ray and chil dren were among the guests of Dr. and Mrs. J. E. Edwards in Lancas ter Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Elijah McMilllan and son spent the week-en- d at Danville with Mr. and Mr. Phlll McMilllan Currey & Gulley. and family. The woman who Is irood at keentn? secrets Is always popular. It displeases some people mlghtly to have their curiosity remain unsatisfied. shopping Tuesday. Mrs. W. J. Droaddus and Miss Lettlc Droaddus were In Lancaster chopping Tuesday Genuine Kanawha Salt, just re ceived. In sacks and barrett. Hudson 4k( Farnau. Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Thompson and children of Ducna Vista spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Joe Gos-ney. Mr. and Mrs. Less Ruble, Mes- dames John W. Bryant and Henry Ruble were In Danville shopping Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Edwards of Versailles are spending several days with Mr. James II. Edwards and family. Miss Stella Mae Grow spent the week-en- d with Mrs. Grow nt Bourne nnd attended the play given by the Bourne High School. Mr. and Mrs. E. II. Elder and Mr. Morgan Sparks, of Nlcholasville, spent the week-en- d with Mr. and Mrs. J. Hogan Ballon!. Mrs. W. K. Davis ha returned to her home after eight weeks stay In the Good Samaritan hospital. She Is getting along nicely. Misses Myrtlo Campbell and Lil lian Watts, Messrs. Roy Campbell nnd Jake Burnslde were guests Sun,- .'ay of Lexington friends. Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Bowling en tertained the following nt dinner Sunday: Rev. and Mrs. Geo. S. Conant nnd family, Mr. end Mrs. C. C. Becker and Mr. Robert Burton. Rev. and Mrs. B. A. Dawes, Mr. nnd Mrs. 0. M. Moreland and Master James B. Moreland and Miss Zillah Dawes have been attending Dr. A. C. Dixon's meetings at the First Bap-tlchurch in Danville. The Eighth District Convention of Ihe W. C. T. U. met Thursday in Nlcholasville. The members from here who attended were: Leslie Bruner, J. II. Edwards, W. B. Cun- (Ingham, Belle Tomlinson, M. 0. Kennedy, Henry McAfee, Mines AN He Mae Edwanls and Eliza M. Ison. On May 30th. the ladles of the local W. C. T. U., will decorate the praves of the soliders of the district, who gave their lives In the recent World's War. One body, Ruther Sherrow, Is Interred at ML Hebron and two at Camp Nelson, a Mr. Canter, and Mr. Lunsford. All members of the legion of this community are requested to assist In this ceremony and any contribution of flowers will be greatly appreciated. st relatives of this vicinity. Mr. Bas SI Ding, of Georgetown, made two very interesting talks Sun-i'a- y morning nnd evening. He only related two instances of the horrors of his starving people. "I could tell you much, but it hurts mo so," ho wild. was A collection of $85.20 taken for the distressed people of China (G.00 of the amount was giv en by L.W . S.) this making close to $100.00 the church and society have given to the relief fund. A large crowd was present at both services. Women Made Young Bright eyes, a cImt skin and a body full of youth and health may bo your if you will keep your system In order by regularly taking COLD MEDAL BsaMIH The world's standard remedy for kidney, liver, bladder and uric acid troubla, the n.ml.s of Hi and look. In use since IMS. All druggists, three abet. Lek for Ike naaw C.U HtM ea every tea aj .cc.pl m tiluUoa BARGAINS AT HOME Why leave your home town to find bargains when we will give you us much for your dollar ns you can get elsewhere, because money looks just ns good to us us it docs to the other fellow. Trade with your friends. Watch this ad each week and you will find that wo mean what we say. THREE DOZEN YOUNG MEN'S SUITS AT PRICES REDUCED 50 PER CENT. $40.00 values, now $20.00 $30.00 values, now $15.00 $27.50 values, now ...$13.75 $7.00 Panama Hats $3.75 Young Men's Dress Caps $3.50 values, now $2.00 values, now $3.00 $1.50 try produce. Everything reduced. Highest market price paid for coun, .t-- r m Noah Marsee, Jr. H General Merchandise Bryantsville, Ky. The Central Record. Lancastei , Ky., Thursday, May 26 92 1 1 IV iv Cheapness tadcfXj lAjv r service comparison; V1I aw made" II I il ;ucst Sunday of Misses Ellen and Cynthia Prcwitt, Mr. Jnt. N. Denny nnd Mr. It. 0. Wood attended revival services at WHtes Chapel Tuesday. Cmulnt Uurlry Tobae'cn Fertiliser advances the crop and Increairt the Hudson & Farnsu i yield. Mter Marshall PnM apeiit itrndjxirent, punt week with hi? Mr nnd Mr. N. PraK. Mr Kd Wal'.er ef Kmrninence rep. resenting II. i Arery nnd mm ps-'e- ( thru Paint Lick Wrdnwdsty. Mr. A. T Uewltag left Sunday for Cleveland. Ohio, te vtsU her two Mont, Jnmea and Carl Uewling. '"' McWhortrr nnd Mabel Hull nnd Mr. Jack Roper Accompanied him, Mr. H. J. Chestnut nnd fnmily tho burial of hi couln. Chester Howard, whoe liody was brought from France nnd hurled In llrond-heaThursday. MtM Cora Hryant pont tho nt homo and lmd for her guest Sunday Mtsso SalNe, Myrtle Let nnd Mr. Dewey Crouchmnn. of New ork. MImo Anna HeWc llallnrd nnd Mny Powell spent the week with Mr. nnd Mr. Jnek Darit and fnmily nnd attended the Commencement cxer-else. d We Recharge and Brmiiv all nukes of Batteries CONN end Mr. Calvin ilulot and fnmily of Ralston nnd Ray HrynntsvtWo vlsltod her parent, Mr. Kstrulge left Monday morning for nnd Mr. Will Hurt Sunday nnd we're Willinmsburg to be gene n few day. accompanied home by Mr. Hurt, who expect to pend the week fishing. Mr. I'rult nnd family were Mr. nnd Mr. Hen Spurlock wilt guests nt n blrthdny dinner nt the home of Mr. LIro 1'rult on Tuesday. leave in n few day to reside in HarThey will have n ale Saturday Mr. nnd Mr. R. G. Woojl were lan. May 28th., to dispose of their farm guest nt dinner of Mr. nnd Mr. ing implement, houiehold pood Geo. W. Goodtoe in Ilichmond Sun-da- ). nnd live stock. Ilev. Skngg was called to Green Mr. and Mr. D. A. Hervcy nnd county Saturday by the serious ill children were Sunday guests of Mr. of his father, who wa not ex nnd Mr. Geo. Itrown on the Iluckeye nc. pected to live many day. Mrs. pike. Meur. Wtlltin fnt I d walk That's because a fragrance and CONN PAINT LICK served to the guest. Camels. Camels Pnint Lick boys boasted before smoothness, a mildness time for the ball game that they sure would lick the Lancaster team Frl day afternoon, which they did with out nny trouble as it wns n very one you tided alTalr, Paint Lick getting the is so good as Camels. Det of them nt 21 to 0. Messrs. Wood nnd Robt. Walker nnd Mr. Sam Woolridge, of LexingCamels ton, have gone to Gallatin, Tenn., . A few smooth, where they will stay n week nnd from mile Camel, too. there they will go to Fayettcvilie, Tenn., nnd nt ench place they will Miss Jes!e Mac Hnmmack, Messrs. help compose a house party given for Mr. and Mr. Jink Davis were the guests of her mother, Mrs. Jn. I.cc Willie and Jack Rogers were dinner a number of Fox Hunter. guest of Misses F.llcn nnd Cynthia Sunday. Mr. and Mr. A. B. Wynn were Mr. R. G. Woods and son, Ernest, Pniii Sunday. hosts at n dinner party Tuesday eve L, II. Davis is building a new poulnnd brother, John White, spent MonX. 4. REYNOLDS ning of last week nt their beautiful C4. day in Danville. try house on his lot purchased from country home. Their guests were It. H. Ledford, Dr. Montgomery W. 0. Anderson nnd will soon open the member of the I'ot Office de Mid Dr. Patrick went to Dix river up for business. partment and included Mr. and Mrs, Ashing Tuesday. Mr. Willie Roger preached at Gil- - Robt. J. Walker, Mr. ami Mrs. U. M. Miss Jessie Mae Hammack was the'ead Sunday afternoon. Misses Ava Burgess .Mr. and Mr. Tom Logsdon, Misses Cora Bryant and Ava r'ar)uhar of the Department of i COY Whortcr and Messrs. William Cald- - i of English of State University, will well and Willie Rogers. Cut flowers deliver the address of the evening on I Mrs. Matthew Is til at this writing. of were U'ed for decoration in both "Education and Some Claim Mis. Ida Speakc spent living and dining room. At seven Literature." after which the diploma. wl,h Mr' ml o'clock a delicious three course din-ti- will be presented to the graduate. nn.d '?un!' crt Speake. was served, after which a delight- by the principal, Trof. Gilbert. Mis. Irene Hardin of Lexington, ful social evening of conversation is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. and music was enjoyed. POOR RIDGE. 0. J. Hardin. You nerd a summer suit. On Mr. Klixabeth Matthew i. seriouspair of Troui.r. FREE al Mr. and Mr. L. Cobb spent Sun- -' ly ill. Anderson Bros. day with Mr. and Mrs. Dill Whit-takMU. Uennie Metcalf entertained and family. B. Wynn and Rev. and Mr. her cousins, of Harlan, last week. e Mrs. Vi'jnl of Ucrea, were in Miss Ethel Clouie spent Saturday MU Ida Speake spent last week- night with her sister, Mrs, Coleman Welnesday. Rev. and Mrs. N II. Young and end with Miss Lidla Mae and Alice Locker and family. Miss CK-stlRucker attended the Kay. Mis Carrie Preston spent a few Miss Carrie Preston of Lancaster, Wllmore this week. Convention at days last week with her aunt, Mrs. 11. week-enwith Mrs. J. Rw. U. J. Skaggs returned from rpent the 1. 11. Duncan and family. his father's bedside Tuesday morn- Duncan. Mr. nnd Mrs. lluford Crow and Mr. and Mrs. Newt Grow spent ing. Hi father was thought to be dAnti-Skone day recently with her sister, Mrs. baby spent Sunday with her parent, some better when he left. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Clouie. Misses Frank Marksbury and Jesse I.ige llolton. I Genuine Uurley Tobacco Fertiliser Mrs. Delia Lakes, of Lexington, Doty w re in Paint Lick Tuesday buying and shipping wool, paying 18 the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Caleb advance the crop and Increase th yield, Hudson & Farnau. Johnson. cts. for the best. Miss Ilcnnla Metcalf of Paint Lick will be held Quarterly Conference Mr .and Mrs. Ditlard Simpson nnd is a 30x3 2 with ihe attractive guest of her sister, children spent Sunday with Mr. and at Walnutta Saturday evening, the 'JSth., at fi o'clock and preaching nt Mr. Ilurdette Mrs. Ed Mobcrley and family. seven bv Rev. J. M. Literal. Every-- ! Mr. and Mrs. Dlllard Simpson The meeting will begin at Scott. body cordially ivnited to attend. itpent Sunday with Mr. and Mr. Ed Fork Saturday night, May L'Sth. Everybody is cordially invited to atCom Moberley. who attended the Those finished Mis. Christine Preston Is the at- tend. large mencement sermon ilelivcred to the Mr. and Mrs. Jim Sander and graduates of the Paint Lick High tractive guest of her cousin, Miss full size, with baby spent the day Sunday witli Mr. School by Rev. Denjamin J. Hush of Carrie Preston. Lexington, were well repaid for comMr. It. '.. Price, of Paint Lick. and Mr. Crunley llroaddus in Lananti-ski- d safety ing out to the Mt. Tabor Ilaptlst has been with her daughter, Mr. W, caster. Church last Sunday evening. Al- Hurdette. Mr. and Mrs. Casey Kay lor and . will though the weather was exceedingly Mrs. Flora Long and daughter, two sons, ipcnt Sunday with her warm Mr. Huili held the interest of Francis, lutve been recent visitors of parent, Mr. and Mrs. 0. J. Hardin mileage, his audince by a masterful discussion Mr. R. P. Long. nnd family. and application of the parable of the will tnak your A money. laving proportion to you. Cr.mo Dairy "Ten Talent" which deeply ImpressPair of Eatra Trousers FREE with ed all with the sense of duty that cow give mora milk. Alio llorsa and every GloUo Suit. satisFor a short time MuU Feed. Hudson & Farnau. dcvelopes upon the uveragu one-ta- i only. Anderson Droi. Mrs. Jame Simpson, Mrs. Henry nt Individual. A the pastor of the faction. Mis Mattie Ilculah Cobb and Mr. was Ray and Mr. Adrain Metcalf were Ilaptlst Church, Rev. Skagg uddenly called away last Saturday Sunday afternoon guest of Mr. W. Elmer East and Mr. Lewis Simpson spent the week-enwith relatives by the serious IIIiicm of his father, Ilurdette. and friend! at Mt. Hebron. Mrs. R. II. Preston and children, Rev. Ramsey, pastor of the Presby in and Rev. Messrs. U. G. nnd Tivl Preston spent terian church at Manse Young, pastor of the Methodist Sunday with Mr. nnd Mr. J. II. Dun-rais so church very kindly took charge of the Devotional Exercise. The service its Misses Olivia and Christine Pres were opened by n march pluyed by ton were the pleasant guests of their best it frankly Miss Chastlne Rucker. The five grad- cousin. Miss Linda Ellen Preston Sat uates, Misses Cynthia Pruitt, Estel-l- a urday night. small cars. West, Grace Hall, Ilculah Ledford Mr. Walker Ilurdette, who has and Rodney Ralston, were ushered been operated on for removal of tonto the front by the five members of THE B.F.GOODRICH RUBBER COMPANY Goodrich 30x3 th Junior Class and the two high sil, at the Danville hospital is slowaAkron, Ohio chool teacher, Professor Long and ly improving. safety trad fabric tire Mis Ida Speake was the guest of Dealer everywhere are tilling Goodrich Silver Gilbert lead the procession to the available at the how town Cord, Goodrich Fabric Tire and Goodrich Mis Chastlne Rucker piano her cousin, Mis Stella Speake Satfront. 20 Price Reduilion which urday night and Sunday to attend Red or Gray Tubes all one quality at the 20 solo was beautifully executed. went mt0 ejftS May 2nd reduction in price which Goodrich Bade effecThe Commencement Play. Is in the meeting at Fair View, PILES! Mr. and Mr. Llge Preston of Jescharge of Prof. Long, who anticitive May 2nd, 192L pate a large audience for Tuesday samine county and Mr. and Mrs. Milevening. ton Este and Miss Gracie Estes, E !tj jyjfffcL." "gaits The "Cowmence. Finals" will be spent Sunday with Mr. and Mr. held Thursday evening at 8 o'clock. Jlluke Preston. ip.ric.itsi family. nnd little son Mrs. M. K. Ros is expected bsme of Ucrea, were guests of Mr. Jas. this week. Scitt nnd family Saturday nnd SunMrs. V. R. Patrick was In I.anca-te- r day night. on business Monday. Messrs. I- - H. Davis, Rev. Kstridge Mis Mary Walker spent several and Dr. II. J. Patrick started on their day in Louisville this week. fishing trlpto Rock CasMr. R. G. Woods made a business tle Thursday. trip to Cincinnati early In the week. Mr. nnd Mrs. Win. Rrannnman nnd Quite a number from here attend- children, of Falmouth, spent n few ed the "Home Coming Day" nt Fair days with her parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. J. E. McGulre. View Sunday. Rev. nnd scml-nnnu- II. II. I.edford join Mr. Skaggs. and Dr. II. B. Montgomery were In A wool picking wns given by Mr. Frnnkfort on butlne Monday of lait Mnrthn Wynn Inst Friday. Quite week. few of her relatives and neighbor Mr. and Mr. Neville Mobcrley of .were present and n large number of Richmond, spent the day Sunday pounds of owot cleaned, ready for the A bountiful dinner was with Mr. nnd Mr. M.l. . Noe nnd market. Mcsn. C. II. nnd Sknggs nnd children left Sunday to Camel have a you The pleasure is worth it. There's no substitute for Camel quality and that mild, fragrant Camel blend. The fellow who smokes Camels, wants can't get in another cigarette. Don't let anyone tell that any other cigarette at any price Let your own taste be the judge. Try for yourself refreshing puffs and you'd walk a for a Mr. Holder Camel Mc-IPrer Wit-mord T.ca fa'uV TheJ nest lire- for Small Cars Goodrich i er nc Safety Tread at the 20 Price Reduction tire, snappy black tread and creamy white sides clean, trim, splendidly and generously in the Goodrich tread. Here jt This tire give you much longer the greatest of durability, the utmost riding comfort and the fullest Like all other Goodrich tires the"30x3"is made only one quality. It thoroughly and makers unusually good that declare the tire ever made for Fd d n. ' Th Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, May 26 1 92 1 . f $2.25 A GALLON OLD HATS Made New By Simple Methods. Hy the use of a few simple method many women will be able to renovate their hat worn last summer should li our price for a STRICTLY PURE, GUARANTEED I LEAD AND OIL PAINT Let us tell you about It. i McRoberts Drug Store sometimes cough. Indication of these kind are a wearing and ai they appear one pig should bo scriflced and n pott mortem mado to determine the nature of tho trouble. If parasite are found the prescribed remedies should be applied immediately. Before medicine I ndmlnls. tred to the pig they should be starv. No feed should ed for 24 hours. be given them for 12 hour following the treatment. Tig affected with internal parasite adn treated with the medicines should be confined in small pens in order that nil loose dirt may be scraped up and removed and the ground thoroughly sprinkled with lime to kill the parasites and prevent their spread. bellied and d Trouble Threatened By Parasites In Hogs. Kxnmlnatlons conducted by the Veterinary Department of the Kentucky Agricultural Experiment Station have shown that n number of hop from different herds are Infected with common round worm and ojlicr parasites Indicating that theio considerable will Rive hog ralicr trouble during the coming lummer, according to member of the department, who have suggested that farmer make preparations to control the trouble when It occur In their herd. Santonin and oil of Chcnopodium have been found to be the two rcme-diwhich are particularly effective in controlling the parasltles. Diplomacy might be aptly describPigi affected with internal para-Kit- e show an unthrifty condition, ed a a combination of dignity and fall to develop properly, become pot (duplicity. et and make them suitable for another Irene season, according to Mis I'lrdalue, Held agent in clothing from the College of Agriculture who has made n numebr of suggestions as to methods. "A hat which has become limp with dampness may be restored by press ing it with a warm iron over a damp cloth," said Miss I'icdnlue. "A white struw or leghorn hat may be bleached by washing with soap and lukewarm water after which it should be well brushed with oxalic acid solution' or n paste of lemon Juice and sulpher. If the oxalic acid form bubbles when poureil on a clean whlto pine board It Is too strong for uso and should be diluted. If the straw is brittle and soap and water canot bo used ial becomnlg too moist. on it, It should be well brushed be fore using the oxalic acid and rinsed with clean water afterwards. The hat may be dried by covering it with n cloth and pressing with n wnrm Iron or placing it In the sun. "lllack straw hats may be cleaned with n piece of velvet which has been dipped In gasoline. If it is still not black enough after this process Is finished it may be dyed with commer Tor Thrt Generations ltav MadaCMld-Birtcial dyes. Colored hats may be 11, Easier By Using cleaned and colored In the same way. Most commercial dyes come In dark shades and may be diluted by the use OLD of a neutral liquid. A straw hat may I TAIL be reshaped by dampening the brim .III ItO.tl and bending It to the shape desired. .ooiitrs. hotiiiinoooit.i hit ru "Faded flowers which are soiled itorillB MnjutoCa.,Ctri. ATUt Ci. bo cleaned first by shaking them in gasoline after which water color and oil paint mixed with gasoline may be used to tint them. If the whole flower Is to be colored it may be dipped In the bowl of coloring after which the center may be painted n darker shade with a camel's hair brush. The edges of the petals may be tinted by dipping them In n bowl of less dilute coloring matter. The flowers may be dried by placing n weight on the stems nnd allowing them to hang from the edge of a table or shelf. The nppearance of the flowers is improved by trimming off nil frayed edges. "Maline, chiffon nnd laces are best cleaned by gasoline. They may be colored by a solution of oil palnta nnd gasoline or if they can be washed in water without Injury, colored soaps will be found satisfactory in giving them new colors. Maline may be freshened by paslng it before the spout of n kettle from which n samll amount of steam is coming. Care should be taken to prevent the mater- VEGETABLES ENTIRE M. S. DENTIST Office over Tho Garrard Basilt, PhonesOffice) 5. ReileUnc 376. LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. YEAR FROM GARDENS HATFIELD Accomplishment of Women One New Mexico County. Dry-Lan- in Everything Tried In Section and Glvin Proper Attention Brought Good Result Much Fruit Was Canned. by (Irt'rd menttha or J.J.Byrne Exclusive. Agriculture.) Women In t'lilon county, Now Mexico, DANVILLE. KENTUCKY. arc working to hate on every farm n Opposite Gilcher Hotel. garden largo enotieti to supply the family with vegetables tho entire jeur, Office Hours 8 to 12 and 1 to 8 s).ssu with n sutllrli'iit surplus for each hotisenlfo to can or dry enough vegetable for winter uw, Tlie United States Department of Agriculture reports that the following It a part of whnt was accomplished FUNERAL DIRECTOR last year In this county under the suOffice Over National liank. pervision of the home demonstration asent: A great many legetable new Iff sldcnce 1'hone 3. Office Phone 27 I.ANCASTKU. KY. Unit.! main Depart- Optimttriit J. A. Beazlev Or. Printus Call. Answered Walker VETERINARIAN. Niiht. LANCASTER, llfxpEcivfe, irvniKisw. Promptly Day or Plion. 317. KENTUCKY WANTED Steers, Liberty 31 I Beds, BaikaUe ft ... UeffiErVMfe. THLisV I Haf S Notts or Cash for Ike followBg: FRESH, YOUNG JERSEY COW J H J 0 j? If !! If WITH CALF, TEAM OF MULES, fl V tj i 'i and one Canopy Oil Ilrooder. ijingle Comb Itrown U'(?horn Krk. IB for $1. or 100 for $5. CASH. 'Prepaid in Garrard and adjoining counties. ft t. y f. Products of Garden In New Mexico. Jl ERLE C. FARRA llox 173. Lancaster, Ky. cver-bearli- I b T Am f.wp-f- N fre.A. Jir flrat U S- - LHn Baalim j B j l I , SbTI .1I sLVLLLBBbh laBYBWBktfaV ! BaBBBBBBBBH S1 Sen Si I I I "In ereljr tttnn. Iiomnr ramol. )Ou flnrf rfe.er 1.1 tnth. UfU.S. Tift." MB previously rnt.Mil. TIu'mj wetv prown successfully, OniHs. penrliet, pltmis, apples nnd apricots tune heeti plnntetl hy many ueople had not thought the fruits would grow In their county. ThU Is a section where practically no attention tun Ixen glveii to the home gnnlen. r.iT)lliliik' tried, and given projier attention, hrousht. good results. Somo failures were rejiorteil. ilue to lack of moisture and lack of cure, lteport also showwl that, heshlei all that waa UMd fresh on the tahle. from 13,000 to W.000 quarts of vegetables and fruits were cnnnetl In thts county last year. ilry-lnn- d to tho community were tried out, such as Swiss chnrd, Chinese cnbhnee, asparagus and ivlery, nnd fruits like straw berries rhubarb, garden lemon, nnd other varieties not For iee Up-To-D- Plumbing, Heating, Guttering, Roofing, Repairing, and all kinds of AVOID DODDER INFESTATION Tin Work SEE OR PHONE I I I I I I I I I the few tli U whish It may that they deliver economy year InanJysat out and til alter ills. The U. S. Chain TreJ clvts suRUient ttactlon mi all ordinary road surfaces. It la probably the liantUomeit. aiul by all odda the moat popular, cf Um WBuU U. S. Fabric Tits IUm. One cHt te .IJ llljf I Vl 1 K )miAJ' V YMwi' .11 Ti f .TA t JP'.W T . AlsVV fTAlPl) I MWMM'I H JfIIPw I SI 'v'&fJfV'jl WUf; iu ft KaaVBW BbMbT MuiEIm' mtiRlJl H aVaTaW V Farmer Should Use Plant Known to Be Immune to Attacks of Pestiferous Weed. selecting plants to dodder Infestation when cultivating newly cleared land was eluphaidzed hy a re(ort which recently reached the United State--i Deportment of Agriculture concerning tlm destruction of nit entire field of eggplant on n newly cleared field In Pennsylvania. So had wits tho Infestation thut not a it single fruit was funned on the plants and the entire Held was destroyed. Tho dodder wo delennlneU as hazel dodder, n Hwcle not on hazel and other wild shrub and on tick trefoil nud other wild herbs, hut never previously retorted on cultivated plants. Thu department rccominends that on Inml known to contain tho seeds of dodder, fanners should me plants which are. Immune to attacks of the pest. The following plants uru not susceptible to Injury hy dodder: corn, soy tieans, velvet beans, cowiieus, and small grains such as oats, wheat, and rye. crops buckwheat, mid 1'otntoo commonly uM on newly cleared laud, are not very likely to ho Injured by dodder, but truck crop should not tm planted on land known to contain dodder mill, t . P, B III! I The necelty of Immune Lancaster, Ky. Quick Service and Good Work J Washington's Religion. Economy rides onU.S.TireS'-TF you find pant-sltlze- Jl owners you know, you'd probably could pet together nil the cur that their tire experiences hud been much the sume. Most or them huvo tnken their fling nt "job lots," "discontinued lines" nnd "surplus stoclts." Soon or late, nearly nil settled bnck on quality first as the one sound assurar.r.o or tire value. As soon as a man forgets the tag, and comes to the denier who concentrates on n full, completely sized stock of U. S. Tiresho learns whnt it menns to get fresh, livs tires not once in a while but every time. Not merely in tho big cities, bu' his own home town. cut-pri- ce Not merely for the heavy car, but for car a the medium and selection or size, tread and type. full light-weight Your U. S. Tire dealer can give you this service- because of the service ho gets from his notgnboring U.S. Factory Branch. Titers are U2 of these Branches. Each gets its share of U. S. Tires, so that the dealer is alwuys supplied with fresh, live stock. U. S.Tires sell as fast as they are made. There is no over production. No surplus piled up waiting for a "market." Wherever you buy n U. S. Tire - There has been considerable controversy over the extent to which religious belief entered Into Washington's character. Ills own chronicles show Uiat moit of hi Sundays, except during the presidency, when he felt obliged to set an example, he spent le answering letters, going over his accounts, hunting or doing any business that thoso with whom ho waa negotiating bad no scruples. In choosing people to work for hl.m he set up m barriers of creed. Judging men from the standpoint of honesty, Industry and ability. Farmers Losing Millions in Scrub Live Stock Attend and take part in GOOD COLLAR IS ESSENTIAL Farmers Better Sire Sales Bourbon Stock Yards Louisville, Ky. June 2nd 200 pure bred registered bulls will be sold at auction. Tito sole is held strictly to improve the quality of liva Bidstock in Kentucky. ding limited to farmers. You make your own price. Movement backed by U. S. Government, University of Kentucky, College of Agriculture, Governor of Kentucky", Kentucky Pure Bred LiveStock Association and Louisville LKe Stock Exchange. , you buy a tire of current production, as full cf life end v.tfue as the day it left tho mtUturj. Every Farmer Should Plan to Prevent Sore Necks and Shoulders of Work Horses. Now that tho busy season Is here, every fanner should make n careful examination of the supply of horse collars on hand and seo to It that he baa n good tfltlng collar for every horso ho purpose to put to work. Sore shoulders and sore necks on farm hones aro generally caused either by collar that do not tit or by name that are not properly udjusted, United States Unitad Staffs Tires Rubber Company Haselden Bros., Garage, Lancaster. Ky. Becker & Ballard, Bryantsville, Ky. Paint Lick Garage, Paint Lick, Ky. CAREFULLY SAVE DROPPINGS Either Dm for Fertilizer or Dlspoe of to Person Who Can Make Oood Use of Them. Write today for full and frM chart attewiag mctsmm in profit from ourc brotia. Address par-ticuU- rs ..BaaaaBMSMBjiHiB ff" s No matter how small thu flock the droppings nhould be carefully saved, stored, and eltlwr used as fertilizer for plants or disposed of to person who can so us thetu to Increase thu fttr-UU-ty W. S. BELL, Proaidamt LiNit Lht Stick ExcIuhi LOUISVILLE. KY. of Ui U. " VIS The Central Record, Lancaster. Ky., Thursday May 26, 1021 We are orferlngqultea reduction in prices on thinking that wc hnvc seen the end of all wars. We have not lit is nowhere in sight. We 'doubt if it is even seriously considered by the- men who really control the affairs of Europe. There was never more diver sified bitterness and jealousy than there Is in Europe today Trust and confidence arc tin known. Suspicion and hatred are everywhere. The powerful allies are ex asperated at the procrastina Hon of Germnny. They can not even come to a lasting agreement among themselves In the meantime some of the little countries arc happy in the enjoyment of another scrap. The volcano is daily sound ing the danger signal. It may break forth in eruption at any time. We were drawn into the Inst war against our will. It is dif ficult to sec how we can keep out of the next one. In the meantime, is our pow der dry? Or hnve wc any powder? FARM WAGONS' BUGGIES, CORN PLANTERS, HARROWS. CORN DRILLS, DISC DRAG FIVE DAYS ONLY rard In order to Introduce our CREAM and ICES Into every fnmily in Garcounty, we will make n special low price for these goods for HARROWS, FIVE DAYS BEGINNING FRIDAY MAY CULTIPACKERS. CULTIVATORS. 27. TO AND INCLUDING HAY 3R Get our prices on Mixed Paint, White Lead. Linseed Oil, SPECIAL PRICES CREAM OR ICES, AT THE PLANT Turpentine, etc. WE WILL SAVE YOU MONEY 25 CENTS PER QUART, REGULAR PRICE 40 CENTS DELIVERED AND PACKED IN ICE CONN BEOS. "Live and Let Live Folks." 3 111 IE 40 CENTS PER QUART, REGULAR PRICE 60 CENTS We are sparing no expense in making our goods the best that is possible to be made in the State and all wc ask is a fair trial of our goods and then we are willing to let our customers decide as to its merits. He a booster for Lancaster and Garrard county. Help your home fnrm-er- s by using Ice Cream made from Garrard county cream. critics have little confidence in the ability of the average colYaar. Sl.SO Issued Weakly. lege graduate. Payable Id Advance. When shrewd employers J. E. ROBINSON. Editor. place a value of $10 a week R. L .ELKIN, Local Editor and Mgr. upon the services of young men just out of college there would Entered at the Poit Office in seem to be something wrong s Mall Ky., ns Matter. with the system under which these young men have been trained. THE AMERICAN PRE53 ASSOCIATION Too much athletics may become as detrimental to the inLieuter. K., May 26, 1921 dividual as none at all. The Central Record That Slacker List. Lan-caite- r, Second-Clas- ! ench or by hts local church ing a determine! effort to meet the or society. In order to reserve a needs, and to enlist the lives of her room the registration fee of MONDAY NIGHT 700 12.00 monwealth's Attorney for this dis- which we own. service youth in definite world-wid- e Charlie Chaplin should be sent at once to Mrs. I. I). Central and South American trict, subject to the action of the for Christ. One of the most fruitful Uest, Sayre College, Lexington, Ky. Democratic Primary. August C, 1021. republics are never quite at social, inmeans in developing the In Ireland has been fighting in tellectual and spiritual nature of our Prayer. ease regarding the United termittently for something like young people Is the Young People's Will you not Join with us In prayWe are authorized to nnnounce States. TUESDAY NIGHT There is always a seven hundred years for Conference such as our Synod will er to (od that this conference may Judge Charles A. Hardin candidate' lurking suspicion May Allison In we enthat conduct at Kentucky College for be used of Ills Spirit in developing for the nomination for Circuit Judge, Danville, AH Men character and moulding of this' judicial district, subject to, tertain ulterior designs toward It has been a long fight, in Women, success of June conferences the the youth of our Church the Jives these The of the a?tlon of the Democratic Primary them, with the possibility of into ef WEDNESDAY NIGHT extending the folds of the the face of every possible dis in providing a constructive program ficient servants of Hirii who died that August, 1921. couragement and obstruction. of wholesome recreation, religious we might have "life more abundant American Hag to cover the enThe Irish, like our own peo instruction and deeply spiritual in- ly:" tire continent at some future reple of the original thirteen spiration is unquestioned. Theoverj Too Much day. Some men who respect the law do Hawaiiansponse of tho young people in colonies, want the right to gov Also Gooil Picture. crowding every conference, thetr not always observe It when thirsty. Rut we have no such intensports nppenr to be Athletic ern themselves. Some day keen delight ir. every feature of the Wc have troubles they will about the most important thing tions. have It. program nnd the direct results in in college life of the average enough of our own without ns- Ireland in a constant state of their lives and in their intluunce in sinning those of an alien race young man of today. turmoil, and with a huge army the local churches is most inspiring. If he doesn't go in for the whose habits, customs and in- maintained to keep it in sub Any one who has attended one of round of sports he is apt to be clinations are not in harmony jection, can be of but little these conferences ,or who has the results in the lives of . termed a grubworm and find with our own. value to England. Hut a freo those who have attended, will need great Is this government so himself more or less isolated Ireland, with reciprocal trade no argument to awaken his interest from the companionship of his that it is willing to admit a mis- relations, might be a profitable nnd kindle ills enthusiasm. take of the past and make re- neighbor. The purpose of this article is not fellows. to drum up largu delegations for to the extent of If he becomes an enthusias- stitution Certainly a people who have Danville, as the capacity limit of the tic sportsman he is in danger been "kicking up the dust" for conference buildings could easily be Or is It a cold blooded effort seven hundred years will hard-- . exceeded bv Urge delegations from of neglecting his studies to the his educnion and to purchase Hint brotherly love ly dotrimont of remain quiescent ns long as our Hluo grass churches; but our pur- delegations to all we n" know does not his future. that the same blood Hows in their poie is to distribute our Synod to ns of the churches of " exist?" The promotion of athletics veins. to make the conference representa A!DE LAVAL U SrpMtia uvu jraaOr wh.at is it? nita liHtM PronJn tkaJr isis desirable up to a certain England might let go of her tive of our entire Mate. Wc desire coax J tu iraund. THrn u so mubu $25,000,000 is a lot of mon hot poker with distinct advan- to secure the of the point, but the tendency of the lot ctof to suiutt Man 007 it miiik sessions, Sunday schools, ey. It means much to Colom tage to herself. so long Wttla natt vuh aoana la Ml. pastors, day is to ignore that point and hca jrwi ht s lew cews tsJ D LattL young people's and women s societies go the limit .even to the sacri- bia. Wl pa iisit nth wi t D Ls4 our more distant churches especiof But where do wo come in? ! ol Utedr intws. fice of educational proficiency When the Lady Godiva, to ally in euuranteeing the presence of Cintrjr 4s siwtM si jfort W4l la m it t si U( Do we simply cough up and alleviate the sufferings of her the moit nromisine boys and girls be In lines that are necessary In H lira Ov Am wp4itl traUe Mot mind forget, or is there a hidden people rode through the tween the ages of 10 nnd "J or their modern commercial life. tku lortr I 4amm Dt Lilt wtn. cms are. is UHf y4n This is not an age when string to the deal? streets of Coventry garbed local church. SlBSBSsjtTillliKl itton bl fiprntscadie Da LL tit btk young men may learn to read Pise And Program. only in her flowing hair, she l ikani ilowf, turn (saw. ku (was Kowif capacity mJ it laart la kp ckaa. and write and add and sub required uvery inhabitant to Wc are especially fortunate, not U Aort.it n IMSMtt tcasMikal aaj ami tract and then go out Into the remain in doors and keep the onlv in the ideal location of our con utuxkxy MpMtk dial it Ui tra Was fcrence, but also in the richness and lxMt.Ua l bur. She world and compote for success blinds closely drawn. variety our program. Ken D. Ul Um w.lamt r hi iS 4 fmt Me mm -4j Employers are becoming It took five years to fight the was modest. But those were the Colleeoof for Women, with its 4S tnrVv more exacting each day. They world war. It was some fight. nucicnt days, before the ad Inriro and beautiful camnus: its gym At the present rate of speed vent of modern society cos nasium, bowling alleys and swimming require something more than years tumes and bathing beaches. dormitories, noal: its commodious or a stroke record it will take twenty-fiv- o a football class rooms and dining hall ;and It employees. They to adjust the difficulties grow from their William J. Drynn hit the ball splendid surroundings from a cultur insist upon stability, common ing out of that war. tho other day when he declar al, seenlc, or historical standpoint It mnv even become neces sense and an ability to "pro "no drunkard be ap leaves nothing to be desired. Equalsary to fight another war, with cd that to enforce our prohibi ly as attractive are the features of duce the goods." pointed There are many noted crlt an entirely different lineup of tion laws because they cannot our nrotrram. which nrovldes for the decide between their oath of most delightful and wholesome forms ics of our higher educational nations. ot recreation, the most capable and Do not make the mistake of office and their appetite." What are we going to get out of that $25,000,000 this government is to pay the gov. ... ernment of Colombia? By consenting to this pay ment we tacitly admit that this 10 government was in a measure line .06 instrumental in the secession Obituaries, per line of Panama. It is within this seceded territory that Goethals Announcements. performed the greatest engiWe are authorized to announce neering feat of history by con the candidacy of E. V. Purycar to structing the Panama canal, succeed himself in the office of Com- Rates For Political Announcements. Por Precinct and City OITicei.-5.0- 0 10.00 For County Office. .- For State and District Offices.. 15.00 .10 For Calls, per line .10 For Cards, per line For all publications In the inter est of individuals or expression of individual views, per $25,000,000 For What? Including the names of valiant men among the list of slackers leads tin baised people to suspect that the persona who kept the rec ords should head that list. Tin: lists sent out by the war department have been found to be so unreliable the press of INSIST ON BASTIN'S CREAM AT THE FOUNTAIN. the country hesitates to pub ICE CREAM AND ICES, lish them until the record of THE KIND WITH SUPERIOR QUALITY. each man has been carefully traced. If the records of the war de partment and the draft boards classes KENTUCKY YOUNG consecrated instructors theof most at- Roman's Opera House. and conferences, and have been so loosely kept as to tractive and able addresses by men be largely unreliable, then the FRIDAY NIGHT PEOPLE'S and women of national reputation. I Jilt Episode of editorial fraternity is quite Plan. justified in refusing to publish Velvet Fingers Appropriation of Synod's funds the names of alleged draft First Kplsode of By Rev. has provided for the actual expenses evaders until information can At Danville, Ky., June of the conference program; but inci W. A. Hopkim, Synodic! be supplied from a source that Phantom Foe dental expenses necessitate a con is dependable. Superintendent. Also Snub Comedy. registration fee of f 2.00 per fcrence It is better to let a hundred delegate, and room and board for Southern Presbyterian Church the week will cost $1 1.00 SATURDAY NIGHT The guilty men escape than to pubThis it aroused to the tremendous unde expense, together with the cost of Eugene O'Hrlen in licly humiliate one innocent clared resounes of her young peo transportation, must be borne by veteran. Broadway And Home ple for Christian service, and is mak delegate, Bastin Brothers 10-1- Years And Still Fighting. Shoulder Arms Alike h. Are Athletics, The Nanizaca, The - Serenaders wit-ness- - Haselden Bros., of Lancaster, say: ti1 $25,-000,00- 0? They're starting rifht with a De Laval Tz r Scrapping Over The Fight. Sooner or later you will institution of today, and these De Laval buy a The Central Record, Lancaster Ky. Thursday, May 26, 92 1 1 . Dr. And Mr. M. S. Hatfield at tended Sunday school at Sycamore (Sunday afternoon. I B Dl Iff - .Ls. I 11(1 Mr. and Mr. J. Jl. Hollards. of Danville ipent the weekend with Mr. and Mr. Loyd llourne. Mr. Harve McRobcrts, of Stanford, pent Sunday with hU iltcr, Mr. J. It. Mount and Mr. Mount. Mr. and Mr. Harry Ilosley, of Danville, will be guest of Dr. and Mr, J. II. Kinnaird this week. Mim Stella Snndcni ha returned from Louisville, where she had been the guest of Dr. and Mr. J. J. Midsummer Showing, May 26th Leghorns, Malines, Milrns Mallne Braid Georgettes, Flower Trimmed Hats also Sport Hats In White and Color Combination FRANCIS-SV1IT- H Mrs. Harry McDougle, of Hamilton College, Lexington, was the guest for a day In town recently to seo her mother, Mrs. Darnall and Mr. Ceo. Smith. Mrs. J. K. Hobinson entertained a few friends with n charming Informal bridge party Monday evening at her home on Lexington avenue in honor of her house guest, Mrs. Todd. The tables were arranged on the porch, which had been artistically decorated for the occasion. Strawwere berries, Ice cream and cake served after the enjoyable game. There were three tables of bridge. The party was the most delightful one that h.n been given this 'J " v, u Main endeavor is to give you more for your money than you buy elsewhere, Quality considered. I SAVE MONEY AND r. BUY AT HOME Oont Mist the Opportunity to Buy a Pair of Shoes for Mis Hhinda I'ettus, of Preachers- Miss Klla Mav Hourne has been Iville has been in attendance at the the guest of her aunt, Mrs. John bedside of Mr. U. D. Simpson. Underwood and Mr. Underwood, near Mil I'ettus has recently returned Danville. from Akron, Ohio, where her Mr. Stone has Mrs. Angle Hostey, of Danville, is Just the guest of her cousin, .Mr. J. II. recovered from an acute illness. Kinnaird and Dr. Kinnaird on Maple Miss Francis Dixon Hall, daughter avenue. of Mrs. Anna Farce Hall, of Mays-vlllMr. llryan Castineau left Saturday of the present clas graduating for Frankfort, where he will take up from Trnnsylvnnla University anil his duties as guard at the State re- who for the past two seasons has been e, formatory. Mrs. John M. Farra and Mrs. Wood Ilurnside, spent the last week-en- d with Miss Johnneta Farra at Saint Nazareth school, near Hardstown. Mm. J. E. Elmore gave a most enjoyable bridge party Wednesday evening In honor of Mr.. Hobt. Todd, who is the charming house guest of Mrs. J. E. Hobinson. Mr, and Mrs. G. II. Swincbroad. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Stormed, Mr. J. W. Klmore an.l Mr. F. H. Marksbury nttended the Hankers Association in 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 See them today 1st 5cts $5.00 they are going out fast. ONE LOT OF jjfti., Lawrenceburg Wednesday, Suits, Coats and Dresses ffl J "IC Mi Mos Ituth Carrier and Ilillie Sanders attended the crowning of the May Queen at Kentucky University last week. While in Lexington, they were the guests of Misses Mona and Uculah Saunders. Mis Alberta Anderson has extend ed her leave out of town for a visit to Louisville, after some weeks stay in Lexington, the guest of Mrs. Mat- The annual convention of the Kighth District Women' Christian Temperance Union was held at the These remain on sale only a few days. See them Methodist church in NicholasvilFc Friday. The wellcome address wa while you have a selection to pick from. delivered by Mrs. Leila Cannon, and Mrs. J. It. Kinnaird, of Lancaster, vice president, had charge of the morning program. Mrs. Sam Dowcll, president of the local chap' Mr an Mr Luther Gtbb? enterMr an I Mrs. J Harris llaughman ter had charge of the evening pro In Stanford ami tained n few friend Sunday at an KPt th week-engram. elegant dinner at their home in "Hill Lancaster w:th relatives. Danville Me. senior. Court." Tho ntemben of the Haptlst church entertained beautifully Wednesday Mr. J. It. Haivlden will return Mr. C'aude Heyston, of Chicago, evening with a farewell reception week from Tennewce, wil' arm Saturday for n visit to his home thi at the church In honor of Rev. and wA Camlnji A BtUI MtntUn of th where be ha been a student at a pA'ent. Mr. ami Mr.. James Koyston, Mr. C. D. Strother, who will leave Ootids byTHt W Art lntmteHn. military school. In "Hill Court." in June for New Albany, Intl., where Dr. and Mrs. F. F. Kirby, of Tem he will have charge of the Baptist Mr. W. Simpjen Hlkfn .who ha Jen- ple, Texas, have been In the city for church. Tho church wa decorated - been the guest of her (liter. Mi Mr. Hubert Carter was in Nirhonie Duncan, has returned to her home several days, the guests of Dr. and in potted palms, ferns and vases of ksvtlle Tliunday. summer flowers. Ham, chicken, Mrs. J. K. Edwards. in Atlanta, Ha. sandwiches, salad, cotfee, ice cream, tfiss Margaret Elliott has been a many friend of Mr. Will Th Mr. Claude Hicc Gaines will leave and cake were served. About seventy-frecent visitor In Louisville, Diokurtan are glad to know he is Im- this week for Chicago, where he will ive guests enjoyed the occasion. Mr. Jim Smith ha rtturned from proving after a surgical operation in spend the summer months with his the Danville Hospital. a few days tay In Louisville. uncle, Mr. Claude Hoytton. DC DE Mr. Dora Wheeler and on, Mr. D. .Want and daughter Mr. I'. Mr. "Mummy" Marrs, of Knox Jeo Whcticr, of near Danville, spent vllle, "blew into" our city yesterday were Drnvlllc vlidtora lat week. Monday with Mr. and Mr. Hen Wood adu is being warmly greeted by his Mrs. Henry Moore and daughter on Danville avenue. old friends, who are always glad to Have ben recent vlltor In Dan Misses I.idia Mac Hay and Marie set him. ville. Hay returned home Monday, after Mis Edna Mae Mitchell of llerea Miss Katie Harnttf Dlckerson ha spending several day with Mrs. Nan-College, ha been the attractive guest returned to Hamfiton College, LexTurley in Richmond. of Mis Mae Hammond at her counington. d Mr. and Mrs. William II. Harris, try home. "Hill Top," on the Mr. Clayton Morrow, of Kentucky of Lexington, spent the week-enroad. Unlrerilty spent the week-en- d at with hi parent. Judge and Mr. H. A delightful picnic to the river home. W. Harris, on Maple avenue. wm une of the affair of Saturday Mines Myrtle and Amanda AnderMr. G. X. Mile and family and evening. A picnic supper was enjoyson vlilted the Normal School at Mr. Haymond Clayton and family, ed by the Seniors and Juniors of the Richmond Saturday. High School. of Nicholasvllle, were with Mr. and Mr. Hlchard Ilrown and family Mr. A. C. Mite Sunday. Mr. and Mr. S. H. Sadler return- pcnt Sunday with his brother, Mr. ed to their home in Atlanta, Ga. j Mr. and Mr. Lilian! Miles, of to! Kdd llr'own at Taint I.lck. Nicholasvllle, were the uuests Satur Sunday. It' u great satisfaction Mr. Sadler's friend to know of the Mri. J. II. Conn ha returned from day of Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Miles and great success he Is having in the up- -, A ANO n delightful ttay with her daughter, Mr and Mr. Hubert Carter. and progressive city of At In I.o Angeles. California. I One dish of our Misses Florence Extine and Jen lanta. Mr. tile Clark, of Cincinnati, have re Mr. It. Ilrown and family and will pep you up. I Mr. J. C. Jackson and charming J, F. Spratt and family motored to tur..edme after a pleasant yllt at Uoi(, Jan,.( of Corbln, MU Lucille Sprutt. , the day. , .i Frankfort Suturday for tho home of i. 1 at the ridiculous' ly low price of thew Walton. During her visit there she poured tea at an afternoon party given by Mrs. Walton. Gossip About People d a student of the summer term of College of Physical Kducation, Harvard University, has been made one of the faculty for the coming session. This honor Is especially gratifying to Miss Hall's friends, since out of a large number of student applicants, she and one other were accepted. Mis Hall leave for Cambridge the j The class of 1921 gave n pleasing program to a large audience Tuesday first of July. morning at the school auditorium. President T. J. Coatc. of the Tl'e stage was beautifully decorated Kustern State, Normal was in Lancas- In drapr ami (lags of red nd white, ter Wednesday completing arrange- the cla colors. The young girl ment whereby Superintendent Paul wore white gowns with n touch of lloyd of the Lancaster schools will rod. From the beginning each on aceept a position on the faculty of'th program held perfectly the In . .I TM . ina .Normal lor me summer, ine tel est of the audience. The followspecial summer schools that arc be- ing proiram was given: ing organized over the state have President's Address, Clyde Holtzclav pressed into service approximately Cits HItory Martha Ward Sweeney titty cities and high school principals Ch Mayme Stapp Pr.wm from the Central and Kastcrn sec- Class Oration Henry Moore tion of the State. Supt. Cnneer of Cits Crumbier Lucille Sutton. Stanford will also teach at Richmond Class W'H Eugene Cochran during the summer. Special sumRuby Mae Castineau mer schools have been organized in Chw Pnphocy Virginia Ueazlcy. thirty-si- x while the coun- Clas-- . Ciltorian counties, ties adjoining Madison will send their The nuslc recitals given Saturday teachers to Richmond. evening at aflcrnos:: and Monday One of the prettiest social alia Irs the schorl auditorium were much ap-the season was the reception given predated by the audience. Kach High member 'Isplaycd the skillful technic by the Junior Class of the school in honor of the Senior class, .'of very young pupils, the advanced Dicker-- j (indents showing careful study in at the home of Miss jiac .Mrs. son in Hill lourt." the bcautiiui, their Interpretations. decorated with Hughe Voland always docs fine work home was lavishly spring (lower and the class colors of in her department and the recitals in orange and black for the occasion, which he- - pupil gave evidence of her The num- the porch transformed into a bower splendid work showed wiin terns ami quantities oi yciiow.ocrs we e all given in a way tnat Iris. The pretty lawn was strung ov'nced the most careful training., with yellow and black Japanese lan- nn l reflected honor upon the Instructerns with many comfortable seats, tor and showed hard work by the swings and benches scattered through pupils. Those taking part on tho the lawn making a very attractive program were Misses Fayc King, scene. Dispensing hospitality here M.Tgar't Elliott, La Verne Dicker-soElsie Ann Kvaree Layton, were a bevy of lovely girls. Orange Margaret Hazel Ilroaddui, and chocolate brick, cakes iced in yellow and chocolate, yellow and Scctt, Shirley Denny, Johnctta Judith James Daniels, chocolate mints were served. During the Joyous occasion music added OeorgeU Walker, Mattie .Mae Hub-b- l Marguerite greatly to the pleasure of the guests. K'i.c Hattleld, Delightful frappe was served during Thompson, Nancy Tom Lear, Virgin-l- a Aldrilge and Mr. Roger Hourland. the evening, the table being placed given by the First on the porch. About sixty guests Health Grade c'osed the program. were present. of n. llr-iw- HOW IS YOUR nt Rich-mon- d BRACE IT UP WITH CREAM CUSGAOEN CREAM TAKE QUART HOME FOR DINNER delicious ice cream CALL BY to-da- . t from n visit to her daughter, Mr. W. s pending several weeki with her futh- It. Cook and Mr. Cook, In Danville. er. Hon, H. H. Tomiinson, lias re Mr. and Mr. Wood Hurmlde, have turned to her home in Lexington. been recent visitor In Danville dnd Mr. Paul lloyd and children, Arattended the Knlsht Templar recep tie Hill and Paul, Jr., left Sunday tion. for Litchfield where they will spend Mr. Fred Sutton, Mn. Louis the summer with her parent, Mr. rl... UUItVllf and Mr. Hill. Landram, M. Hilt!I M IUJ C.ilt.vt tl. havobeen recent visitor in LexingMr. and Mr. Tom Ray entertain' ton. ed a number of friend Wednesday Jlr. and Mrs. G. 0. Swincbroad Those present were Rev. K. U. Hour-lan- d will and wife, 'Mrs. Robert' Clark ve, this', week or a few days itay tif: LouliWlle" and will be ac- and children, Mr. J. II. Clark' and companied borne, by" their sen, ' Mr. children, Mis Maude Clnrk.Mrs. Nellie. Naylor and MIm Lavinta Marra.Swintbread, who ha bo school-IMontgomery. Tennr -- Mr. K. L. Owsley ha returned Mr. Alfred limit, who ha l cb been;1" Hugulett M- Ja 0r,chnrJ per and daughter, Waneda Golden and Mrs. J. K, Hammond and daughter, Mae at their home on the Richmond road. Another dish will make you step up. Aiitl an occasional dish will keep, you both peppy and steppy. I u Mr. and Mr. S. H. Sadler, of Atlanta, Ca have been visiting Mr. and Mrs. T. I.. Dunn and Mr. and Mrs. Chas. D. Dunn and Mr. and Mrs.' A. II. Sadler nud other relative at Lexington and Danville, Ky. Mr.' Sudler was formerly of Garrard, county, but now Is located in Atlan- -' tu, Ga., In the Insurance business. He is an assistant manager for the , II Life and Casualty Insurance Co., in that city and alto Northern and Mid- j dle Georgia. All The Latest Soft Drinks and Dishes For The Summer Trade STOEMES DRUG STOEE. FIRST THOUGHT IN DRUGS. Established 1853 Phono 30, Lancaster, Ky. l1RTsFll IEDaJdGHG r Th Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, May 26. 1921 lniMirinnce of this, employs a recre ation SHelallst whose work Is attm ulatlng a fine spirit In ninny localities In that slate, when1 BANK aro so far TO HELP INCOME homes putting Into omrl. Montana Is thus practice a convic Bank, doing business at tha town of Paint Lick, County of Garrard, Slat tion that I growing everywhere that, day of May, 1921. of Kentucky at th.tloi of business on 7th. while It Is their first business to proExcellent Means for Providing mote eltlclency, this should bo looked RKSOUKCKS iiioii as a means of stimulating Needed Comfort and richer and more satisfying rural life $Sl!4,012.t)G by freeing the honiemaker'a time and Loan Anil Discount Home Beauty. 3,"1C.BS energy so that she may glvo attention . Overdrafts, secured and unsecured to the attractiveness and comfort of Stocks, Ilond and other Securities her home, the training and companion H.'.Ml.lO Due from llank 15,070.30 YOUNG WOMEN LEAVE FARMS ship of her children, the enjoyment of Cah on hand hook nnd nelghlHirs, and the build 3,350.00 ilanklnc House. Furniture nnd Fixtures Ing up of recreational, social, and ed Hems Demonstration Agent Ixtrt ttrattonal life of her community. This Total .. Much Influence, In Pointing Out will Increase the orccntnge of active vVaye of Making Monty or thinking women of wnlco to society I.IAUII.ITIKS Producing Food for Family. and reduce the errvtitago of passive slaves of routine, who... tasks $10,000.00 (Prepared by the I'nltnl Statu Dip..,. only to liegln uguln with a new cene Canltnl Stock paid In, In cah day. 27,000.00 or 4Kricuiiur) mtm Surplus Fund Tha eervlca of the 4,71 i.CC Undivided Profits, less expense and taxes paid FAVOR PLASTER FOR saent. who Is eurxrvWed tir Ilia United - $130,1.18.12 Deposits subject to check States Department of Aurlf ultuit and thej 30,900.00 oiaiai wKiicuiiurm Demand Certificates of Deposit cniivKr. ia noi con FARM KITCHEN WALL fined to the houee. lut follow tha woman 107,417.51 40.42 Postal Savings Deposits Into the garJen, tha poultry yard, anJ 1,734.10 dairy to aaalet her In outilde taska when . Due Hanks nnd Trust Companies 30,000.00 tlirM contribute to home comfort. Dill!. Payable Most uommon nnd Generally Sat Judgment ua to rclutlte, values usug guldo the home maker In isfactory Material. $210,800.30 ally Tot.,! the umount of outdoor work It Is profitable for her to do either us STATE OF KENTUCKY, COUNTY OK RAItHAKD, Set. a uiuiiey making wlieine or as a Mcrtar Mutt Be Propsrly Mliad and Applied to Pravtnt Dtvtlopmtnt of We, K. 1. WOODS nnd' U. O. WOODS, President nnd Cashier tiioatH of producing food for the fum Ufleii when the woman Cracks and Bllstsra Light named Hank, do solemnly swear that J he above statement is II' tnble. of the above larks even hiiiiiII resources to bring Colors Ar Btst. true to the best of our knowledge and belief. needed comfort nnd beauty to the K. U WOODS, President home, uch Industrie ns imultry rais- trrtparril tiy tha Unite,! Stain Depart ment uf Agriculture ) It. G. WOODS, Cashier. ing and giirdctilng piuvhlc the neil(il Increase In Income from which all tin' Itie rommoiioft and most generally family may derive l.eiiellt. satisfactory uinterliil for the walls and Subscribed and sworn to before mv this 10th. day of May, 1021. .filing of the farm kitchen Is plnster It Is MNr business from every standJly Commission Expires Jan. 27, 1021. ilnt, however. If work out of door The mortar must be properly mixed . H. Hoop, Notary Public. and applied to prevent the dcu'lopment meuiis overstrained nenc ami uiu cle resulting from nn nttempt to take of cr neks mid bllstera and Injury to on these tlutttw without releasing; any the surface finish. For the same rea The Iberians.' Earliest New England Dwelling. household tusks or If It menus neglect Mn freahly plastered walls should The Iberians were nil undent p It Is generally thought that tha of houfwnrk or sacrificing attention Ik- - nllowcil o dry thoroughly before In Brit kind or dwelling built by tha pie living at the mouth or the Iberui to children, thus lowering Instond of the finishing surfaiv Is upplted. early settlers In New Knglacd wera (Kbro) river In eastern Simlit. Later Increasing tho rtatidnnl of living stead of plaster, come uf the composilog cabins, but as a matter of fact, the Inhabitants of tlx- - cm ire peninsula Miilistlo aiiow tliat )ouiig women tion boards that do not warp may be The term now are leaving the rural districts for the tl Mil. They liuiy be (tainted or pnered these pioneers often felt obliged to were called Iberians. wilt until after they had reaped their Is applied to tha ltrli.iitlte Neolithic eltle In larger numbers than young iiml varnished, but before this Is done men remains j men. UU. ro this first harvest before- they took the and bronie-ngI nn-- . the liillu mill holes tdiotihl he fllhnl with plastic Steel time to erect anything so durable and and relics are found in him lent graves ( etito of the ugent filler made for the purpose. cabin. and grottoes through"'. r western Ku-- Imi becu most telling In helping young wall nnd celling eoterlng are durable elaborate as a weather-tigh- t wIk-i- i they are kept welt painted to Like the primitive people of southern rope- - The race wh Wiararterlxrd by wdien to feel their economic lmor-taneThe. Kurope, like the Indians of Mexico, long heads nnd abort Tile and iMiri' In agricultural mid home pur prevent nillng by steam. brick, well glazed and they used what caves they could find. term Iberia still Is f r 'piently used i'tM nnd In discovering nays of mak vltrltWi! Hut often they merely dug In. finding 'In reference- to Spam .ml Portugal, ing Income on the land eiinl to thoe matched, afford an excellent wnll sur .. a shelter much ns the armies In r,JVlMIIIJ I.. II. expression III IIIITIlllir' that eould he earned In shop or fae face, but they are cosily. Metal tiles nn- - i'heax-- r uud iieurly as satlafactory. Iberian peninsula France did during the war. ,irti tory. The most desirable finish for walls Work With Poultry. I'oultry work has leen promoted in and celling Is one that will nut let or crack and can bo easily washed iH'vernl states through demonstration atone lines of poultry aeteetlou, breed or very cheaply nnd readily reuewed. A COMFORTABLE Ing. raising, fetillng. housing, culling, A good oil paint gives general FEELING It "in bo brushed off with a canning, preservation of eggs, and It is a comfortable feelinjr to know that you sflllug of iHiuItry pnnlurt. dry wnll nrush or clriiiu-- more thorJluny (locks have liven Improveil when oughly with a damp cloth and mild linve money in bank for your needs. fann women have found through cull soap. Wall paiT, unlea varnished, Any person can have this feeling if they will do very- easily luimmil by the steam r ing deuioiiMmtlonx that l cent f Is two things work nnd save, nnd bank their savings. from cooking. A wall covering rethe average Hock Is nonproductive. While it is in Report of the Condition of The RAISE CHICKENS PEOPLES Constipate Causes Serious Ills jYit Todmy On and ellminative organs with Nature's Remedy it's better than laxatives. thu gestive tmfbnk)f your If you we its victim, try di- Ktpt Dectt Away kit-ne- wwjj'n mtlHt ex that more than - of alt human Ilia can la tracnl ttlrretir ni trtitlrectly to ronallr-atluii- . How many rit th Most of the ra crm!tnn.il!r ilnA them , pitta, laioniri, mi, ruiirs nnu cainar net Ion, To, tic and force Co that la A mttt ke. It bowrls mt tha couatant ar.tt liver and (losing ntces makes -- lif ,siirn tV ry. .......... Wlir dan't mil Vein HeM In. Ctr to otertnmo rour cnntilraitlan end get your sralem In such stuns that ror.itant diugglng will bn You can ila i, If you n tSc tnx of Nature'a Remed (NU Tablets) and take use tua Ucbt lor a week or ao. Nrt Tablets tfa mueh' more than tvrj rt n. Ulgastlva deter-minin- inertly rause pleasant, easy Luwel This innllclna acta upn tha aa ntU as eUmUutlia ur reaulate an.l bowel action and gives the, unoio imij- - h inorougn cieaaing www And Ml does thl Without a sltn of trrlrilnp. raln or It work gintlr, Lut IramnllV fln.l Ihnfnn.hlv In n rear dara vivi tioiic th real rtu!L Vnu ,.in t, r..l that rou ara tlrtna- - a rain, with n.tr atrrngth. mar energy, vim and re? ana airier r. you eoon finj tsiwcls acting recuUrly without fielr. Try Nature'a Remedy (Ml Tahtetil and prvv this. It Is tha heet tner.i tnedlclna that mu ran ilia and fnlr tia larentr-nv- a cvntalnlog ertoucH lrr tit. Oar. Nature'a in Mil riemedy (Ml TaMets) I told, mo. ante..! mai rrctfUiBicDiled by )wus rsns rramole mod digestion, rsnei th Kxlr to get th nourishment from all tha fool you eat, tlree yon a hearty arpeflle. Hrereth.ru tha rcwl. liver, y overcomes blllouaneea. yir c,n UruggUt. R. E. McROBERTS, Uncaster, Kentucky. IR Contents Intoxicating. Brevity. Some pe'ple can't stand prosperity. "Any busloMs man can aay all ha The haru of plenty ha started many wanta to In ten minute." O. Ilea mnu en n loot. I lot ton Transcript. wick. SI, I. Best Qrsdee Really Cheapest. Qold Mining Now Prosale. ( Tlie purchase of a cheap grade, ofi There Is scant romance In gold foods for any serious use. Is tery poor mining today, when natural tclcnca economy. Such sod som giro way, line taken the pin re of ploneertsm and and the service they render, whlla chanre. There Is none at all In tha tbey do last, I not satisfactory. To recently published statement of a Ban obtain a given amount of service one Tranclseo magnate who announced will spend mora money cxi articles ot that hi workmen and evpert geolocheap grade than upon those that are gist had blocked out Jil.O0O.r) worth better. The obtaining of tho tome of ore In one Arlmna mountain In tha amount of pleasure and satisfaction last two yrnra, and that excavation from the use, of a cheap thing and a and the production of bullloti would good ore la an Impossibility. now begin i - - 1 u 1 J -- 1 ! Ih-- h POPULAR EXCURSION satis-fuetlo- d CINCINNATI SUNDAY, MAY 29th, 1921 - n-- this bank your tnonev grows. If left in your pocket it shrinks. Which "is the safest place? Follow the banking way. In time that comfortable feeling will follow you. THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. S. C. DENNY, Cashier. CopJtol $50,000. Honor Roll Bonk Surplus $50,000. Connecticut, Delaware. Idaho. Illinois, Missouri and Vermont, carried oil Intensive jMiultry culling campnlctis lu which the homo dfiuonratloti agents n prominent part. lu)e Schools of Instruction were held so that those trained might not only eliminate their own nonproduclng birds but teach their nelghbora through community demnnxtratlons. In Missouri. 73,?IVS birds were eliminated from liin Hocks culled with an estimated saving of ttO.lttl In tin-- nPiaaaaaraaaaaai There's Safsty In Sllanct. If"?'' seldom find It necessary to tpftoglie for snylng too tittle. They The Resist Decay. 8tone Daaf. Money may talk, but have you ever otlced how hard of hearing It la when you call It? Cincinnati EnI i sembling oilcloth Is somewhat more exiieiikite, hut It Is more durable, and ha a smooth washablo surface. Water must le used very sparingly on a wnll covering of this kind, for If It swps In the fisitns the wnll covering will become lotxetied. Tim beat odor or tint for the kitchen wutls i determined by the location and lighting of the room, say household of the United .Statea Department of Agriculture. Light color are preferable for dark rooms because they reflect and diffuse the light Into darker part of the room, while dark odor absorb a much larger proportion of tho light. Where thu principal exposure Is toward the aouth, greenish gray are dealrable, but If toward the SOUIIIIIlMWAYSlf ROUND TRIP FARE IN( i.Utl.s WAR TAX Special Train Uavea Danville C:00 A. M. Returning Special Train Laavaa Cincinnati GilO I. M. $2.35 FROM DAN VILLI! iCtaWilTlst) tlbd InJwaMlraa m appkialiw t Aftal Not One, hut Many Time. Arctic Travel Not. The Kskltnosj hate a favorite Jell- Ixive Is something neither of tti racy composes! of "good or bad egg, two understands until each haa with angelica and crokeberrles, ' plained It to the other. Life, -and thrown Into a sealskin bag filled j with whale oil. Homehow this doe I Paid Attention. -- north or east, with tittle opiwrtunlty for sunshine, the light yellow or cream are better. Two Mliaile or brown often glw a satisfactory finish. GIVE PLENTY OF VEGETABLES Material Furnished to Crowing Child for Forming Bona and Tissue Mild Acids Helpful. not heighten our enthusiasm for tie travel. rrovtdence Journal. arc--1 There are a great many point of Mongolians Are American. Like. "I can't stand the tension." sighed tha convict as the electric chair end ed hi earthly sorrows. .Science and Invention. But Why the Hurryf young Kngllsh girl of socially prominent parents, being asked by bcr teacher what II. 8. V. I', meant, replied, "Hush In, Shako and Vanish A re- quirer. World's Largest Spring. What Is the largest spring In tha world? Florida has one which must bo near the head of tlio list. This Is ' called Wakulla spring. It Is 100 feet across; Is 60 feet deep and flows at the rato of 120.000 gallons of water every minute. It given rlMi to n river ISO feet wtdo at Its source. This' mammoth spring Is situated about 13' miles from Tallahassee, Outlook. northwestern Indians nearly lwayi made their totem poles out of western red cedar, but this cholca was probably duo more to the fact that the wood Is easy to work and extremely durable than to Its fragrance. It may be taken as a very good general rule that woods that are acented are resistant to decay and Insect attack, and have good cabinet 'qualities. American Forestry semblance between the Mongolian and the American Indian. They extend to Irsonat nnd even religious observ ancen. notwithstanding the fact that tho JInngola have long been converted to l.nmnlsm, one' of the most exacting and Intolerant of religions. I'leasantly." alsaaaaajai BARBEE'S KING, 3898 Hourt-on Gtittl 7. ) BotIOQ,gnK IrSaaJa j 1 Klu(MIUon.tli Klucf-iutrre- IlatrUan I'lilr! Itl !! by Utbam's tieamaik Vegetables urn! fruit ore, now con sidered a iiecesaary part of thu diet of the child. Hie reasons are many, hut most of llictn may be summed up by saying that they furnish material needed to form Ixine nnd tissue and to regulale body processes. Hie mild nclils which somu of them contain help to prevent constipation; ao, too. iloes the cellulose, or filter, especially when It I ruw, though It value for this purpose may have been exaggerated In Paurhlrr ot Klclieljell l Kim luvl.l Rly tut t I ( t HalrreCJtieeu stm V.llf Pauchier of Htoucwall JaeiaoB, jr. NobtiT 34 i Nell lirHmlib. HUliUndtr IJarbce'a King is a beautiful rich golden chestnut with star nnd I bcllcvo he lias feather, lixteen hands high, weighs 1,200 pounds. more style and finish than any young saddle stallion In the South. Has a neck of great length, the best natural tail of any stallion alive, great knee and hock action. Has been awarded fifteen first prizes at Georgetown, Cynthiana, Falmouth, Kwing, Paris, Lexington anl Louisville Kentucky fairs. Harbte's King won first prize ot the Columbia Horse Show for best When you saddle horse, mare or gelding. consider size, breeding, with great Individuality, no horso has a better j right to tire iiorscs for ring and park. Has proven hlmse t a splendid aire ot extra fine colts and all ot them saddle naturally whether out of saddlo bred mare or net. Will make the season of 1021 At $1G.00, at my farm, one mile Kast of Stanford on the Crab Orchard pike. Will also stand two good mule jacks, which have proven to be threat breeders, at $10.00. At tho same place will stand the famous Hubble and Kubankt' Jack, to servo Jennets only, at 2S.0O for Jack colU and $12.50 for JenMoney to be paid when colts foaled. nets. Will graze rnd caro for riarea at 13.00 per month, but not responsible for accidents or escapes. Phone 117. five-gaitt- d W.L. Cordier, Stanford, Ky Green vegetable ara also a valuable mean of introducing into tno met mineral mailers, particularly Iron, In n form In which thu body can utilize them. Kven at city prices green vegeit It table have been shown to l cconomlcul source of Iron. Leaf vegnot only from the atandpolnt of econ- etable, like spinach, heet green, kale, omy, time, money, nud effort, but as etc have recently been found to convrsuadlng the ii means of tain Home of tho to walk thniugh her Bute and substnnce that are found In milk. down thu roiid to Join her neighbor In Home task which la made lighter through uud from which alio returns refreshed nnd encouraged with new Ideua and plans not only for her own housekeeping but for the larger housekeeping of her neighborAlt game bliould be soaked In salt hood. No amount of aoclalUcd work, water over night before cooking. however, take-- i the plnev of reul ns It look too enrneatly InTo prevent wool glove from ahrlnk-Inrecward a finished result. Care-frit- i In the finger put clothespin reation for the delight of the moment nervous tension, promote good while they ure drying. a fellowship, and Is us necessury for the There I no belter substitute for physical poise, of men and mental and women as It Is for boys and girl. butter In cake baking than chicken IloiiRMlemoustratlon agents, where no fat. It may be used for any purport) other agency I mevllng thin need, are for which butter I used except on with farm families la bread. a homo and community recreation which Kleclrlc rooking devlrea that ran games, chorus aliigtng, Includes be used at Ihe table make tha Sunand pageant. day evening meal pleasant, and perRecreation Specialists. The extension ilcpurtinetit of thl mit Ihe serving of hot food quickly Montuua state collate, realizing the and Informally. Eggs Should Be (lathered Often. popular literature. bu)lug and of eggs, t cetitM a iloien more was than on the local market. Fewer Nervous Breakdowns. Community working and trading centers mean much to rural women, cooiK-ratlv- THE UNIVERSAL CAR The simplicity of the Ford car, its stability in construction, the famous heat treated Vanadium steel with its marvelous strength and flexibility the low cost of operation nnd maintenance, its case in operation, all have made the Kord car the great favorite in every land in the world. It's the one car that always sati&tlcs and crvcs. A utility beyond question that all can afford. We will be pleased to have your order. Don't delay because the demand is heavy all the time. We have almost everything m motor car accessories, sell the b'enuine Ford Parts, and assure the best in mechanical repair work. t ed growth-promotin- Ihe House Hasclden Bros Garage. not Interested In any car except Ford dm-lim- The Central Record. Lancaster , Ky., Thursday, May 26 1921 'That Tired Fetlinr" Often Forecasts Sickness ,Wfcfl yon ar tired without food time. Any doctor will tell you that. cause, luck nmbltlon nml feel out Start at onco to drive Impurities of sorts generally, you mar ! from your system and help enrich heading straight for a side spell. your circulation with famous S.S.S., ... PTt ' ineso aympiomi onen the vegetable blood tonic chow the whole system, of fifty years' standing. especially tha Hood, U Oct 8.S.S. from your disordered. druggist today, and writo Don't wait 'till you nro about your condition to tick in bed. Almost evChief Medical Advisor, ery ailment ran bo ward-r- d 847 Swift Laboratory, off if attended to In Atlanta, Georgia, Alwyn't I VACCINATION Only Means For Hog Cholera Control. CLord BLAIR. 14, 1II, v,..,a .N., (,.p,r on UbIoo ) I Qtttlng It Over, Human Cupcrlinc. Strange a It may sound, a man can Human experience, llko Hie item-lights of a ship at ten, Illumine only alwajs male a lilt with a woman by her. Cartoon Mag- the pa'h wlileh we have passed over. ' sajlng ho Coleridge, axlne. 1 mir i of experts. Sxblt Skint. In the critical ejes of the furrier there Is a great ileul of difference In skins of nnlmuli of ie same clrn. For Instance, II tale hundreds of sable skins to male a long wrap, anil because the fur on tlie under side of the animal It aluay thinner ttinn on top, the tides of the pelt tnuM tucked and sewn tngvlhtr In many small leaiut to gUe the fur a uniform thickness. A fur clonk coitlng Hums-anof dollar It entlri-ljthe work Up r Matching li d, Her Choice of Utters. mother IwMiiln taunt and Harriet a hot of milinnt rrnrkem, to hf eunlljr divided. U m Mid: "I tell j on what we'll t we'll ehoose letters." -- How' 'tIHir ,k rift. Til chnute Mimr letter and you cliom Mime letters nnd then we'll tale the niilmnU who name begin with those letters." Quirk a a flash Harriet exclaimed: Til take 'I..'" Suspicious, taurn ImjulreiJ: "Why are jou so anslous for that "llecnue," replied Harriet, "then I'll get all the iphants," When tr. let-ter- l- MONEY TO LOAN on good city properly. Pay back on weekly or monthly Installments. The Lancaster Building & Loan ASSOCIATION. J. E. KODINSON, iBcorperatrd. President Wm. S. HOPPE1I, Scc't, & Trcs. S A London Statu. In Hyde from a cannon captured during the Duke of Wellington' victories, and I dedicated to him and bis troop. London, was The Achillea statue nut park, Light and Dark of th Moon. The Ugh? of the moon It the time from new moim to full moon, and the dark of the timon I from full to new moon, or through the waning rlod. Wifely Requlremtnta. The Spaniard have a saying that a wife should resemble three things, end yet differ from them tame thing. First, the should be Hie a snail, which alwaya guards Its house, but she should not carry tho house with her whenever the goes out. Second, She should llle an echo, which speaks only after the other I finished, but the should not alwa)' hnve the last word, and last, the should be llko the town clock, which nluaj sound the hour wltli regularity, hut the should not sound so loud that the whole towu shall hear It. Mliteurl Philescphtr. 'Most everjbodjr remembers the kid In the old reading ciu who when ha came to a went he didn't know gat a little grunt and went on. HVve often thought he was smarter than he sot credit for. It' not a bad policy to follow even In life. The chance are tha lid wouldn't hare known a darn thing about what the word meant It he had Hopped and had It pronounce)!. Most of us do give a llltle grunt when ue bit a snag In life, hut not alwa) because we don't know what It mean. tamar bonrd the tlilp wiuugui unit Mrd Alwyn nml Mlgnoni 1'anjuale would be engaged before the watcl Mglifid Sandy Hook. Their utqiiulntunre began at the captain's Inble on tho first day; on the tecond, since tho Intermediate passenger were nil senile, l.onl Alwyn took the chnlr next to the singer; there-aftthey lo be Inseparahle. They had not muili to ny on that evening, for th.f realization of lilt hue for the beautiful singer had come lo the Kngllslirnnn quite auddenly, and when It wn toi late to wlthilrnw. Vou know I love you)' he begnn, na they walkH tlonly under the ttarn. MVe, theru was neu-- r any pretence between u. And our lovo should untunilly end In marriage. Well I nm already married I "Let mo tell ou briefly the story of my life," he wild. "When I wn tell year mincer quarreled with my fi? ther. .My elder hrother wna nlhe then; I had no hoK or thuught of lo tho title. I wu tent to Colorado to a ranch. I wni twenty three, Imiireuloiiahle. hmxlfn fnrlh.. future, nml ery lonely, Anron Hopjier, the rniiehmaii who bud under-my iluciitlon in return for taken hunilnil dollar, had n daughter, a mere tllp of h girl, giMHl, tweet, pretty, and charming but hoH.'leljr Illiterate. To thl day the tound of a concertina teta my heart beating. When I heard you ting 'My oh Kentucky Home' at the rlmrlly meeting that wu the tlrtt time we met, do you the reiiiemhriinro of thtne day come haik to me ai freth unit lt'ii a ever Well, we were omracod. We were wildly In love. In u boy and gin fashion. Ami we were to be mar rled. "The tiny before our marriage I re ceived n letter from Kngland. Jlr fa ther and brother were dead; both bad been lllled lniniitly In a train wreck. I wn heir to the title and the family estate jukI fortune. In my elation I low i;va. "I shall tieer forget the scene that occurred. How she refined to mnrry me at first. Plnnlly I overcame her I'PIKHltion and were, married tho next morning, and V.n cried nil through the ceremony. "That night, when I came home. Anron Mood at the door, waving a letter, frantic with rage and humiliation. Kta had run away, I don't know what became of her. I (elect hen failed to find her. Old Aaron died cursing her and asking my forgtveneM for having mined my life." 'luu did not want a divorcer asked the woman oftly. Wo. How could IT I knew that the brave little spirit that had given Ittelf Into my keeping wa mine nb wny; that I wai morally rcionlbte for her; If eer the appeared I should hae taken her home and asked no questions.' He ceased and the woman withdrew her bnnd nnd placet! It on Lord Alwyn' shoulder. "Stop, dear!" she tald. ".Vow look at inc. I want to usk you n question Do jou love her a much at you love npiH-nred i.M'OiMxiy orn er 1 ii Vaccination with serum and virus coupled with sanitation I the only means of preventing nnd controlling hoc cholera which trlves Indications "SnfcU for Savings" is the slogan of a bank that of becoming serious in the Ftnte durhas been highly successful in inducing people to ing the coming summer, according to Dr. W ,W. DImock, head of the Vetaave. erinary Science Department of the Kentucky Agricultural Kxpcrlment Station, The disease occurred in Safety is, of course ,nnd should be the first con aeveral communities during the fall siderntion in choosing a place for your savings. of 1920 and has already broken out In tcveral more during the past ,No bank has a monopoly on safety, but we do spring. claim to be AS SAFE AS THE SAFEST, and you will If suckling pigs in the herd are healthy ami the premises are not infind safety 100 per cent safety for your savings fected, that Is, were free from chol. era the previous year, the animals with us. need not be vaccinated until ten dnj-following weaning at which time they You will also find courteous and considerate ahoubl be given both the single and double treatment. treatment. In case ditease occurs In the herd or the farm is known to be infected Furthermore, we pay 4 per cent interest on with hog cholera suckling pigs should be vaccinated when they nro about savings and time deposits. three or four weeks old with the1 single or double treatment. Ten' dasy after wenning and before eight weeks have elaped from the time of Go the tint treatment the nnimals should be vsclniitcil with the double treatLANCASTER, KY. ment. Advantages of treating the pig soon after weaning are that they are light in weluht ad ndo not renuire -ns much serum as they would when f they become larger. The possiblli- Co- - plied when the plants are eight to ten inches high. The potatoes will obtaining life-lotic of immunity suand weighed also are Increased if the pigs are To Control be harvested the departmentunder the I pervision of nnd vnrjfnitnil nt It, m., most effective means of spmying for Before the treatment is applied the Spud Diseases. the disease determined. J. I). Card, nnimals should be taken off heavy In an effort to determine which nvr, extension specialist in vegetable N'o surgical operation feed. should Ior BC comrm ' gardening, is conducting the demonbe performed until the pips have arc mosl fully recovered form the effects of'1'01"10 nli'ht on onrIy l,otatow- - - strations. demonstrations are being conducted the treatment. Xo man ever remembers the lirst (by the Horticultural Department of lie he ever told, and the last one is A Chicago Judge say that "we. the College of Agriculture in of Jefferson, even easier to forget. hit the bottom of hard times! nl'n with farmer and from now on business is going up ' Daviess, McCrackcn, Fayette and Standard Uor- hill." Hut how long is the hill? j Henderson counties. "First sec that you arc right and " 'deaux mixture is being used ns the then go ahead' 'is good advice pro becoming moro.pray and the demonstrations so nr vided you know when to stop. Arc mothers-in-laamiable, less numerous, or is the edi- ranged that one plot will receive one Planting trees in memory of our torial fraternity getting cold feet? spraying, nothcr plot two sprayings, At any rate few Jokes aro cracked a third plot three sprayings and the ( soldier dead is a commendable act, at their expense now that they have fourth one all four sprays rccom - (but why not a little of the fruit for the right to vote. mended. The first spray will be ap- - those who are only half killed? hog-choles "Safest For Savings" The Garrard Bank & Trust ng Twenty Farmers operating " w e mora his The simple explanation of its great popularity is that the Sedan deserves all tho good things that uro said of it In addition to its good looks and tho protection it provides, tho car has an unusual reputation for consistent service me" CHURCHILL DOWNS IMHsissssElSiLiiLaatiLM so" her Lord Alwyn laughed rather bitterly. "I don't lou) her nt nil," be said "And how much I love you joa know. Hut, my dear, because I do not love her I feel my duty the more Mmngty. So 1 am going to try to find her and "Good-bye,- 1 . Thoroughbred Horses MAY 7 to MAY 30 the hlspercd, nnd rnNei! to hit. Then the wa gone and ho wa nlone In the Murllght and with hi torrow. Lord Alwyn spent three day In New York, He called on hi detee-th- e agency, but they had learned nothing. Then he took the train, for Colorado, It wn not until be renehed the rnnth that he came UHn tlgnn of w Up LOUISVILLE Stakes: URIKIT IIHT SlwJv, M.f 7lk TIIK ourte in point years of. racing, Churchill Downs, opens for 1921 with the atsurance of a memorable season. consecutive country's oldest Mr Ttk IlIirtH HIM I WilHW.,Mr lllk SalanUr, HHtUll iif4tr, Mr ! Stlwr, UltKIT M CUM UMKa Never before have there been so many horses of high claw quartered at tauitville's historic course; seldom has tnterctt in thorouchbred racinc been so keen, and never, perhaps, has it been so wide-spread. Nit Ulk SIM S.u,Jr. M.r s.i.rdr. Mr II1IKIT MUHHta SrMM Trial aaik rMCIMHMIt IMMCtf M-- 4t, fcUr sot, Come and enjoy some of this urcatcn In the procrams and the arof sports. rangements for the comfort of patrons, you will find that the management has done its utmost to make everybody happy. Kentucky Jockey Club lncnorktd Churchill Downs Course horo to the old post, nnd knocked. woman tt. It wu Kvn. dre.ed a a rancher" duughler. a rake over her shoulder, her hand dtttty with hay, hut Hva matured No. It was not Kva. It wn Allre Paxpiiitel Lord Aheyn staggered ugultit the door nnd Id hand, groping feebly, found her nnd held them, "Do you know me now, donnt?" the whlcrcd, "Have you found her ti gal n. this Kvn, thl Ignorant girl)" "Alice I" be tald, chokingly, "It I yon? You arc V.yaV She placed her arm round bl neck nml drew hi head down to her breut. "Vou couldn't have known, dearest," tho nhttHrvil, "It wn cruel of me to mv could jou have try you so long. recognized tho Igvornnt farmer girl In ATlce I'ntqtinle. the tlnger. tho Italian nobleman' udptcd daughter! Hut I hate wnlied for jou so long, my den r! "When I left you thnt day It waa with the rt'Milvo to claim you when I had iKVoine worthy of your love. I suffered In New York three year until I had acquired an edotntlon at night; then a woman engaged me n her companion to go abroad. She believed In my power n a sluger. tho matter; had me taught by the then Count l'nqualo adopted mo nml you know the ret. And eery year I have come back a Alice I'asquale. I liouebt the ranch again. I come here during btijlng time becaue I knew tome day jou would come back." "Never to leave jou, dear," he answered. "Tills It our honeymoon at hi A oK-ne- cultivation. Alwjii drew rein at the door, bitched Th gstotin conmmpUon it unuiuully low Th til miUage is unusually high KINNAIRD BROS Lancaster, Ky. j ' lt last." The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky.. Thursday May 26, 1921 STRIKE IN PRINT PAPER MILLS Reflected in Price Increase Tlrup Occailoned by Controvert? Be. tween Big Mills and Brother-hoo- d Members Reduce Avail able Supply By Two Thous- and Tons Prr Day. BVOBaSM MORE DISTRESSING Classified Column i Arc Conditions in Stnrv- ing China. RATES) Single Insertions 1c a word No ad taken for leu than 20c in this column. No ads in this column charged. Seven Insertions for the price of five. Phone orders must be paid promptly. WHY BUY GREEN LUMBER . So terrible has been the drought I New York The anticipated strike of the members of the International Brotherhood of Pulp, Sulphite and Riper Mill Workers is on. It I Mat-e- d here that more than 8,000 men engaged in the newsprint paper making industry are out, and the fear is expressed that the number of mills erTcctcd will increase and that the strike will be of lone duration. Among the companies whose plants are now closed are: The Minnesota and Ontario Paper Falls, Company at International Minn. fill The seasoned product gives the only satisfac tory result Use no other- - When you put green lumber into a building your troubles begin, and they never end. There is only one remedy, and that is a SEASONED LUMBER. We sell lumberjhat is genuinely and properly seasoned. It will give you complete sat- isfaction. The Fort Frances Pulp and Paper' Company at Fort Frances, Ontario. The International Paper Company points in with mills at twenty-tw- o New York, New Hampshire, Vermont Ma., Maine and Quebec. The Northern Paper Company at, Cloquet, Minn. The closing of the struck mills takes a total of 2,000 tons n day out of the news print production of the United States, and this has natural ly had a serious effect upon the spot' market price. mill affected rep- The twenty-fiv- e resent 30 per cent of the totnl news- print production mills In wages for j paper maker of from 20 to 30 per i rent, and they say that they can get , this wage reduction they cannot fur- - j ther reduce the price of print paper. Country publishers are ngain be- - i I . L.. ,11 I me nun stones us. .iney were i iv r just one year ago. No county paper can possibly carry enough stock to i ( Roofing, Shingles, & Doors MIUL WORK. Sash J Bastin Lumber Co Lancaster, Ky. tMNI LOYD GUNNS CHAPEL and famine and continual suffering people of China that the next generation In the North Central pro- -' vinces Mill be of smuller Mature nnd will lark the splendid physique of the present generation. This is the prediction of Klwood S. Ilrown, rep ' resenting the Y. M. C A., who sail the steamer Olympic to help , eil on work out n world's play program nt the International Olympic Congres: at Iiusanne, Switzerland. "I wns in the province ot Chihll in March," he said, "ami the whole country was dry and barren. This Is the region In which the present crops hnve failed through continued drouth, making it necessary for nt i least G.OOO.UOO of the Inhabitant to be cared for until August by Amerl en's, bounty, if they are to survive the famine." "The people of the famine-strickeprovinces nrr the finest physically in all China. Hut the famine Is breeding a generation that will be smaller In stature and of weakened vitality Many of the children show not only the reults of stunted growth but of softened bones and ef a gradual wasting awny from which there Is little hope of their complete recov rry, even with the return of normal conditions. In order to speed the raising ef funds, all the churches, missionary societie and church women's organization will push the sale of China Life Saving Stamps, the week of iof the jtxmxxcKWtnnxnaotx.Kjc 1200 pound best twine nt 13 cts. ns long ns It lasts. .It. Garrard Milling Co. ToAll kinds of Garden Plant mato, Cabbage, etc., for sale. Sea Anderson Harlan at Hudson & Far. nau's. Your old tires and lubes made good at new. Urine ihem In and let us I how you. Ilerndou A Jones, (4.2S-4- t pd.) n FOK KENT: on Danville Fno room Hunga-lo- w premises. street. Apply at George Smith. A fine Needle Molded suit, and a pair of Lmlra Trou.er. Free for a short tlr-- only. Anderson Droi. FOK SALE: Cream Separator nnd Coal Oil Steve, god ns new. Mrs. J. W. Elmere. 2iV't. FOK 8AI.K: Fifty foot tobacco bed, nine feet wide. A good one. Phone J. T. Illankt, HuhMe, Ky. tt-p- . themselves against a paper shortage or meet a strike situation as at prcj- - scores in the firt inning, added five cnt. more in the second, but were kept away from counting territory on up ii Church INotet to the sixth, when they pushed over The newly elected officers of the!""0'"" marker, the lucky seventh denting Christian Church will be ordained nvlXed ten scores. Maupin rubber twice in this inning. The next Sunday morning. II. W. liott. State Secretary of the Kcntuc- - Kn,c wn P,a't'd wi,hout argument nt' fc,t Ahpowd to question ky Christian Missionary Convention n " n Herrons for over thirty years will deliver the' umpire nuerson and conduct the ordination. 'on'' rhc cores Mr. Elliott is widely known over the II. E. AH. State and greatly biljvti!. Hs C 0 5. friends here will be glad to see and 'dark 3 1 G 0 hear him again. The ordin.'"on will Patrick M. 1 G 4 be simple but impressive and the Kuhlman S 0 5 2 2 ! Maupin P friends of the newly elected officers 1 1 2 0 ind the public In general are Invited. Duerson 1 G 0 " 2 2 Hayes C. be present. to llllflllll? illlU J(Ulllfc .. Christian -- El-.t- dccls-setmo- Davis Mr. Little, - 5 Walker E. L of the Christian Endeavor Soclty, lUlston II will be In Lancaster next Sunday and Meadows It will conduct the Young People's Totals meeting at the regular hour. The young people of the other churches in town will be Invited to hear Mr. Jenkins I. Little und it is hoped that a great Woods 2 P. C. P. union meeting of the young neonlc of the town and community will be Miller S. the result. Mr. Little has the repu- Walker S tation of being a mighty big little Sanford 3 man, enthusiastic and interesting. Hcrron 1 All who can should hear and meet Doty It. Law.on M. C. him. Sadler P. 3. the15utrict Field Work-e- r G 3 2 0 2 "21 2 0 1 0 0 0 GO 4 I 21 0 An. It. 0 0 0 0 0 4 1 20 II. 1 1 0 i 0 O 3 3 3 3 0 1 3 3 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 31 4 10 Total Summary, struck out by Maupin Capt. Miller's All Stars loose bene- 11, by Sadler 3, by Uckcy, 2, by Woods 2. Hits off Sadler 8, Uckey fit game by lopsided score of 21-in the game between Paint Lick and 9, Woods 3. Three base hits Clark, All Stars ,at Paint Lick Kuhlman, Home Run Clark. Time the on last Friday 20th. The All Stars 1 :G2. Umpireit Duerson und Herron. met with overwhelming defeat, ns stated above ,by a team composed of four veteran and five high school boyi, tho Yets with the old reliable Maupin on the firing line felt from Disthe beginning that they would have no cause for worry so breezed thru to victory while the All Stars were kept busy hanging up goose eggs. Maupin had perfect control and In kept the four hits gotten off his delivery well Mattered. Hayes on the In the matter of Coy S. Sanders receiving end had an easy time as Iiankrupt In Bankruptcy, none of the visitors seemed to care To the Creditors of this Iiankrupt: to test his throwing arm. Duerson Notice is hereby given that on May played a nice game at first as did 17th., 1121, the said bunkrupt, of Kuhlman at short. The brilliant Ijincaiter, Kentucky, was duly adpluys were made at the hot corner by judicated Iiankrupt; and that the the hard hitting Clark. Clark's play-in- g first meeting of his creditor will be and hitting were tho outstanding held at the Court House ut Lancasfeatures of the game. lie started ter, Ky., on June 4th, 1021 at 2 P. the fray with a home run and then M. at which time the said Creditor contributed a triple two doubles and may attend, prove their claims, apu single in six attempts. Kuhlman point a Trustee, examine the Iiankat short also cut In wifli four softy's rupt, and transact such othr busiranging from singles to a triple. ness as may properly come before Tho All Stars played very erratic said meeting. afield and were handicapped In the Danville, Ky., May 23, 1021. NKLSON D. KODES, pitching department, also were withKeferee In Ilankruptcy. out tho services of their star first NOTK Creditors cannot particiThe catching was well baseman. taken care of by Mr. K. Lackey pate in the management of the formerly with Paint Lick Club and It estate or the distribution of anets vus noted he can still throw tomt until they prove their claims on form required by the Bankruptcy, Act, and to second. Paint Lick startsd off with two file same with the Keferee. 0, Paint Lick Defeats Lancaster All Stars. In The District Court Of The United States For The Eastern trict Of Kentucky Bankruptcy. sisMr. Hrvey Tester purchased n cow Miss IJertle Taylor visited from Mr. Kay Noel. tcr Mrs Harris Teater Tuesday. tr.nn d Mrs. Claude Sparks are Mr. u.mI Mrs. Harris Teater vii-- j ted Mr. and Mrs. l.em Trater Sun- - welreinii.g a little daughter, ' Mrs. Kites nnd daughter. day. Miss Mr. K rby Teater is now buying a! Grade, were guest of Mrs. J. K. car load of hog to be shipped the Spark "onday. first of June. Misses Thelrna Simpson nnd lieu- Mrs. Meade Teater and Mr. and lah May spent Wednesday night with Ms. Wi.Iiam S. Kay. visited Mr. Miss Jecif II. Kay. Harris Teater Saturday. Mr. Uge Hurt, Ml Allrne and Mr. and Mrs. William S.K ay and Master Cecil Hurt spent the weekMr and Mrs. J. D. Kay visited Mr. end wp.n Mrs. Jesse Hurt. and Mrs. Fred Snyder Sunday. Mr. aid Mm. John Hall nnd tittle Mr. Fred Snyder purchased a calf daughte. spent Sunday with Mr. and from A..ron Kay at $5.00 ami also Mrs. Kuif!l Holmnn. one from Preston Snyder for $2.50. Mie Thelrna Simpson anil Bcu-la- h Mr. Belle Snyder ha returned May will finish the Spring term home from n stay with her daughter, of schoo here Friday. Mrs. William Taylor of Cottonburg. Master Karl Davis is suffering from Dm imasured today while this rea broken arm sustained while crankmarkable offer lasts. Pair of Estra ing a car one day last week. Glob very Trouier. FREE with For a hort lima only, a pair of Anderson Urot. tuit at Trousers FREE with every Glob Mr. and Mr. Miley Walker and Anderson Bros. daughte'. Miss Hnzel nd Mr. and suit at Mr. an I Mrs. Harrison Kay, of Mr. Heiiry Sebastian spent theday Saturdaj with Mr. and Mrs. Stephen PleaNint Hill were guests of Mr. and McCulley Tuesday night. Mrs. Wulk;r ,f Lexington pike. Mrs. Marshall Kay entertained Mr. aid Mrs. II. M. Kurtz and chilMonday Mrs. L U Matthew, Mr. nnd dren wv tt guests of Mr. and Mr. Mrs. James Mat hew and Mr. and Forest Stapp nnd family of Sunday. Mr. J. I). Hay and Mr. Kilge Hoi- ton and Mrs. Noah Hlock. Mr. Hobert Davis, Mr. Harold 331 lancnster, Ky., ?!.00 Keenon und two children of JessaC. D. McCarthy, Uncaster, G.00 mine, were guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. Clay Sutton, tancaster, Ky. 1.00 Positively no fox hunting or hunt-o- f John IjiiuI Saturday night. J. A.Amon, l.ancatcr, Ky., 1.00 any character or trespassing on John Chestney Ford, Iluena 22nd., about On Sunday, May will be fifty relatives gathered nt the home our farms. Any violator Vista, Ky G.00 prosecuted. of Mr. nd Mr. Frank Land, nt W. S. Kmbry. W. A. Price. T. J. Teatersv le, to celebrate the lutters Total $376.75 Price, Kd nnd N. II. Price. Fisher birthdny. The celebration was planHerring, Crit Meadows, Ansel Mea- ned as a surprise to Mrs. I .a ml nnd, KODAK FILMS dows, John Collier, J. S. Schooler, a i. se dom the case, wits n comJoe Criscillis, J. M. Criscillis, Hubert plete one, she not getting "on the inDeveloped And Printed. Spenke, (ieorge Conn, Jim Conn, side" until all the guests were on the. Henry Arnold, Marion Johnson, W. premlsei A sumptuous feast of We offer hlgh-clOund work K. Whltaker, Tom Conn, J. M. good thii.gs including ice cream wns Meadows, W. T. King, John lch, enjoyed nnd a delightful day wns prompt service. Write today for price list ami sample print free. Sum Kich and J. G. Conn. spent. POWKLL'S STUDIO (Other name will bo ndded upon 212 West Main Street, the payment of 2S cents.) Best Qradcs Rsally ChssptsU pd. Kichmond, Ky. (tf.) Tliu purchsMi of u cheap crude ot ory poor good fur auy serious unu, I Find Pleasure In Doing Good. conoiny. .Such goods soon give way, Great minds, like, Ihsviii. are nnd tiitt servlto they render, whll EXCURSION pleased In doing good, though ttiu un- they do last, Is not mtltfiictory. To grateful subject of their favors are obtain a given amount of service one O., will spend mora money on articles of barren In return. Itowe. cheap grade than upon those Hint arc tiiitatatataicifiiiFiBtataMi better. The obtaining of the aama amouut of pleasure nnd satisfaction 2 from the uo of a cheap thing and a via good oie Is nn lniolblllty. tt. I have Just received a new $3.15 L. & N. $3.15 8ivtnsss of Spring Air. supply of the Tho toft sound of water moving among thousands of grass blsdss Is to 1921 Best Grade of Guarm tho bearing as tho sweetness of spring Special train will leave Lananteed Rubber air to the scent It Is to faint and if o diffused that tho exact spot wlienc caster 5:29 A. M., returning and will rubber our bugjy It Issues cannot U discerned, yet It Is will leave Fourth St. Station, for $15.00. (Jive me trial nd Satisfy distinct, and my footsteps are slower Cincinnati 6:30 P. M. StandPhone 187. ft yourself. as I listen. Yonder, In the corner ard Time, (7:30 P. M. City of th mead, the linospher U full of ft A. H Tim.) some ethereal vapor. VANHUSS. The luoshls For further information conft tsy la th air there as If the crera Lancaster, Ky 2f hsdifus held the wind from brustilaj sult local Ticket Agent. ft 5- - 20 2t. H wr. Ssctiard Jeffrie. hr -, LOST: Sunday night, May 22nd., between Good Hone Church and ef these Here. Ky , one demountable Peril stamps are expected to be sold in rim with n Jilt x 3H Firestone rasing. Kentucky. In Louisville women will Under will receive reward If they rebe stationed in fifty buth in lui-- turn same to Frank T. Kigtby, nes hour and public buildings sellIlera College, Here. Ky. ing the little seals that make life possible to the milllen of famished We arc still triming our prices and persons. The slogan of the comiwilgn will net our customers. Oliver and Jne. Deer Cultivators. I6S.00. Oliver be: Three cents to save a life a day, and Jno. Deer Ilrown Manly and cheap. Ice 26 cents to save n life n week, one Ilrown Calf Tongues, dellsr to a life a month, & dol Cream Frrexrrs and Harrows at cost. lars to save a family until harvet Wire fence, cheap. Many things at See eur 10 cent window. The total amount subscribed to cost. J. It. Mount and Company. this fund from Gnrrard county up to this ueek is $37.1.76 nnd the in dividual list is as follows: Pesbytrrlan Church, Paint Lick, Plenty of Grass Blue, Timothy, Kentucky ....,$(51.00 Clover, etc., for grating milk cows A. C. Miles, Lancaster, Ky 10.00 and horses or almost any kind of J. K. Mount, Lancaster, Ky. 1.C0 ctock, with plenty of good water, at Lancaster Presbyterian city limits, on Lexington pike. Church K2.00 7t. A. H. Hastln. Pleasant Grove Christian Church, Ilryantsville, Ky. 41.00 Wallarrton llaptist Church, Porto Kico and Nancy Halls. Fins Paint Lick ,Ky., 4.50 plant. 200 for $1.00; 600 $1.75; Mis Jane - Duncan, Ex caster, Ky. !.00 1000 $2.75. by malt postpaid. press collect $2.00 per M, Tomato ML Olivet Church, Iluena Vista, Kentucky 50.00 plants same price Plant clrcutsr free. Perryvill Kaptlst Sunday FRUITVALE NURSERIES School 57. R0 Albany, Alabama. Mr. and Mr. M. G. Ware, (5.10.4L) Paint Lick, Ky 5.00 Paul C. Klliott, ltncaster, Election Kentucky 3.00 Notice C. M. Thompson, 2.&0 J. F. Holtzclaw, Incaster 10.00 A. W. Stewart, Point Lick, The regular election of Director Ky GAKKAKI) the G.00 of TOHACCO Presbyterian Sunday School, WAKEIIOUSK COMPANY will be Lancaster, Ky., 17.05 held at the otflce of the above com Jas. N. Drnney, Paint Lick 5.00 pany on Campbell St., Lancaster, Ky. on Saturday, June 4th., 1021 at 1:30 Grover M. McKechnie, Ilox May 23 to May TJ. More than 1,000,000 se Grass 1 Sweet Potato Plants. .... ..... Of Of Directors. ....... Attention Hunters .... P. M. GAKKAKI) TOIIACCO WAKEIIOUSK COMPANY John M. Farra, Sec'y-Trea- s. (5-1'- J 3t) . Antique Furniture. buy and sell OLD FUILNITUP.K and antique of every description. If you care to buy, or if you care to sell, write or phone J. K. Elmore, Lancaster, Ky, tf 1 Get busy. Keep busy. Is your Is it permanent? Job unsafe? Do you want a life long business? You ran get Into such u business scli.nc more than 137 Wntkin Products direct to farmers If you own auto or team or can get one; If you are under GO nnd can give bond with personal sureties. We back you with big selling helps, G2 years In busl-ness, CINCINNATI, and return I Rubber Tireing 20,000,000 users of our pro duct. Write for Information where you can get territory, J. K. Watklns Co., Department 112, pd.) Winona, Minn. Local Manager Wanted At once by the largest concern of it kind in the world, to develop and handle local business. No Investment or experience required. $2500 to $10,000 proilU tlrst year, according to population, and wonderful future possibilities, as ours Is a staple commodity with constant unlimited demand and we undersell all compe tition. GUAKANTEE COAL MINING COMPANY, 1240 Como Bldg., U-p- Sunday, Jun 5th., Chicago, HI.