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MARKETING (Editorial) iihuii-swi-i LOOKS GOOD ur- I MANY CASES EXERCISES JVVitnessed J5TROTHER Leave By Many To It Friends of School that Lancaster. is with a tinge of deep regret we arc compelled to announce that Rev. C. D. Strother, who has served as pastor of the local Baptist o church for three years, has resigned SENIOR PLAY WELL, RECEIVED. his services here and left this week for his new home, New Albany, Ind., The commencement exercises of where he has eccepted the pastorship held of the leading Baptist church In that the Lancaster High School, Thursday night at the Auditorium city. While serving his new church, he were splendid and highly enjoyable present. will pursue furthe his studies at the to the large attendance The stage was made attractive with liouisville Baptist Seminary, It bclnx ierns and flowers, flag and draparies the main reason he gjves us for leavof red and white, the class color. ing the local church. No pastor who has served a church The "OlrU Glee Club" gave two pret-t- y numbers. Mr. Howard E. Taylor, in Ijincater, leave mote friends of Berea, made n splendid addreM on than Mr. Strother. bei&g exceedingthe Ideals of a real life and aald that ly popular with all people especially courtesy, smile and willingness lead with the younger set. Irrespective of to successful life. I'rof. Taut lloyd church affiliations. presented the rlan with diplomas. The best wishes of the entire comThe following program was given: munity go with him, his estimable wife and young son, and we extend Invocation Rev. C. D. Strother. Would That My Love" OlrU congratulations to the members of his "I new church upon securing his serChorus. Commencement Address II. K. Tay- vices, realizing what is our sad loss, is their happy gain. lor. "Silver Eyes" Girls Chorus WORK Presentation of diplomas. Ilenedlctlon Itev. E, . Hourland. this class of Being Done By DemonWe congratulate men and women for splendid young Agent. having reached the e;oal tor whicn strived for years. they have The work in Garrard county, that They deserve the honor they have is being done by Miss JoceSyler, received and well merit the plaudits the County Home Demonstration of a generous public. Citizens of Agent, is very commendable and we Lancaster and Garrard county have doubt if the people of the county, sacrificed much to build and maintain as a whole realize the Importance of the excellent schools we have, and this splendid work. Miss Syler was parents have experienced self denial sent here by the Federal Government and sacrifice to give their children about six months ago, to take up this this opportunity, and only in Uvea of work In Garrard county the exusefulness lived by the graduates pense of her entire time so far, havwill Justify and pay the cost. ing been borne by the state and U. Lancaster has sent out from her S. Government. school every year young men and Since coming among us Miss Syler women who have taken front rank has wade numerous friends among In the busincM and the professional the younger boys and girls, especialworld and some have become dis- ly with those who have Joined either tinguished. We dare say that thoso some of the sewing or garmct making diplomas last projects and among the boys of the who received their Thursday evening will be any excep- Pig Club she has organized. All tion, for to our mind we think it one this she has done, to say nothing of of the brightest classce that has the interest she has aroused among graduated from our school. the poultry growers, as well as the canning and gardening interests all Tka Senior Play. "The Masonic King" presented by over the county. The County Board of Kducatlqn the Class of 1021 on Friday evening at the Auditorium was most enter- have seen the fruits of her taining and brought to a close the labors and have intimated that an appropriation toward this work might city school. I'rof. I'aul Boyd, and his assistant deserve come from this board. In which great praise for the successful term case the Fiscal Court will be asked hs past year. The program waa to assist In the work and give an apfleeidld throughout and each char- propriation of 1300.00. Unless the acter waa exceptionally fine. The county officials show sufficient Interest in the work of Miss Syler, in sharcast of characters were: ing one-haof the expense, her Roderick York Henry Moore work will be withdrawn from the Eugene Bartholcmew Farebrother county. Cochran Fred Hall Clyde HolUdaw Lucille Sutton Mrs. Roderick York Last Thursday about noon, J. I. Ethel Winn Martha Ward Sweeney Hamilton had the misfortune to lose Madamo York Mayme Stapp four head of nice cattle, all kilted by Peace York Ruby Gastlneau Mks Delancy Jones Virginia Beax-le- y lightning. Among the bunch was a fine Jersey cow he had Just purchased at a cost of (176.00. Mr. HamilTildle McComick Edith Moore Between the acts, Misa Ruth Tay- ton lost several head of cattle a few lor, aa expression pupil of 'Misa Ruth week ago from black leg. Carrier, gave a reading which waa Cahtes writes this class of insufine and she displayed talent in the ranceCovert Live Stock, any placs, highest degree and acquitted herself anywkero. In a manner that reflected honor upon Miss Carrier. GREAT stration Super-intende- nt ganize the tobacco industry for marketing of the product. The movement la heing fostered ly Judge R. V. iiingham, editor mid publisher of the Courier Journal and Tim cm, with the assistance of Mr. Aaron Sapirc, a brilliant Attorney and recognized marketing exnert, of California. It is well to keep before the public that Judge Hingham has no coltish purposes in this undertaking. He expects no remuneration for his outlay of money and efforts, but being aroused by the helpless conditions observed by him which the tobacco growers faced at the opening of last scnirns market, brought on by the antiquated method of selling tobacco, and which brought ruin to this class of citizens, he was moved to offer to them his ability, and his great news papers and a portion of his means, and to challenge their confidence in his leadership we may add that he offers his good name too, to lead in a movement to relieve them of the impositions of that old and destructive method, by substituting the modern, tried nnd sucmnrkct'ng plan. cessful method, the Wc have carefully and critically considered this plan of marketing of tobacco ns presented by Mr. Sapiro, and are convinced that It is practical and ought to be adopted by the growers of tobacco. They already know that no method of selling could be much worse than the auction system which sacrificed the 1020 crop to the grower. Wc believe the adoption of a plan of marketing to be the salvation of the tobacco ina dustry and therefore urge the professional man, and the man as well ns the farmer to give this movement consideration and encouragement and after an understanding is had, to get behind it and help to bring the plan into successful operation. When the tobacco grower has prepared and delivered this crop, it is taken over by the marketing organization, composed of representatives selected by the growers and graded nnd stored. The grower is paid upon delivery for each grade the estimated price the grade will eventually bring, less the cost of storage and handling. When each grade is finally sold the grower is settled with by the grade, what it finally realizes, less the actual expenses. Wc arc convinced that if this movement is successful, the amount paid the grower upon delivery will be more than the average he will receive for his crop in five years should the movement fail. In that event he would have as n bonus the sum to be paid to him on the final sale of nil the grades. This is no new plan, that is .there is nothing selling of farm products. new in organization for Organization after organization has been brought into exist-nnc- e for the sale of both perishable and farm products, which have been successful and satisfactory to the farmers connected with them. And there is no icason why this movement should not have the support and encouragement of all classes of business men in the tobacco growing sections. Wc have all faith in the integrity, ability nnd good purposes of Judge Bingham and his associates. We arc unable to offer any criticism to the plans of organization. We know the tobacco grower needs help in the marketing of his tobacco. Therefore, the Record enlists as a sympathizer nnd offers i space and intlucnce as a helper in making the undertaking a success. busi-nesle pre-eminen- I i ttr.. a ru a r inuiiu oi Him ie !, . .1 !.. m i .i... .n u .. mucin uj uiu Prospect Flattering For Treated At Clinic Held Chamber Of Last Week. Commerce About fifty of the citizens and business men of the city and county met with the organization committee of the Chamber of Commerce last Monday evening and favorable ex pressions were had from all present that a Chamber of Commerce for Ijincaitcr and Garrard county must not fall, but that it must materialize and all present gave promise of their support In assisting to raise member ships and the necessary funds, that all agreed should be raited before the success of the organization was nsurcd. These men met at the rooms of the new Masonic Hall, where strawberries, Ices and cakes were served by several ladles of the town. These ladles deserve the thanks of all for their assistance and which added so much to the pleasure of the evening. Membership committees arc at work this week and every citizen of the town will be canvassed during the next ten days or possibly .before the week Is gone. Nothing at this time will mean more to the town and to Gnrrard county than n good live Chamber of Commerce and those who are behind the movement, say that It will be put across. Altogether now boys. A long pull and a strong pull and let our motto be: "All for one and one for all." The clinic for eye sufferers closed Friday, May 27th, with a. total atten dance of about two hundred. Forty-thre- e of these caes were trachoma, 10 were treated surgically, 12 were old cases beyond help, 8 re fused to have work done, one case was referred to the Government Hos pital, at Jackson, for extensive operation and hospital care, two were small children where home treatment was ndvised and It is hoped that they may become arrested cases, not needing further treatment. One patient came in too late for surgical operation. Hesldes these trachoma caves, Dr. Downes performed six other opera tions any! advised all cases ns to their several needs. After the work at the Court House had been completed Dr. Downes visited the local school, examining about one hundred children. He felt satisfied that there were no children attending this school suffering from trachoma. 4 MB In a letter which Dr. Downes ad dressed to Miss Linda Neville, who is so vitally Interested In this work, throughout the State, he writes; "The clinic here In Inncnstcr is a grest sue-eclots of trachoma In all stages and the best kind of from everybody." Miss Neville would have been present throughout the week adding much to the clinic with her enthusiasm had not she been called to Cleveland to attend the conference of all Med Cross Representatives from the four states making up the Lake division. It Is largely through her efforts that these clinics have been made possible for the people of Kentucky. Neville would havo been present throughout the wck adding much to the clinic with her enthusiasm had not she been called to Cleveland to attend the conference of all Red Cross Representatives from the four states making up the Lake division. It is largely through her efforts that these clinics have been nmde possible for the pcopl of Kentucky. Miss Sallle Elkin, Vice Chairman of the local Red Cross Chapter, acted as hostess and was assisted by the ladies of the various churches in serving bountiful meals three times a day to all those who attended the clinic and their friends. Much credit is due Miss Elkin and her committee for keeping up the spirit of hospitality and good cheer throughout the week. The physicians of the county and all those so vitally interested in making this, thlr first clinic a success, appreciate the untiring efforts of these ladies. - u, BIG SLASH In Railway Wages dered by Board. $400,000,000 CUT. 2,000,000 Men Affect. d. Chicago. June 1st., ly two-thir- Or- Approximate- lf Death of Little Child. Rev. and Mrs. A. W. Vanderpool, Cattle Killed. Teachers Examination. There will be a teachers examination held at the court house in LanThe importance of the Interview caster, Friday and Saturday, June with Col. II. C. Whitehead which ap- 17th. and 18th. Thoio desiring to pears on another page of this Issue, take such examination must be on prompts some notations about the hand promptly. Colonel, himself. Double An officer of wide and varied experience, Colonel Whitehead has We are carrying In this Issue, specialized on the subjects of cavalry Garrard county's democratic candiremounts, and the care of the march- dates, subject to the action of the ing soldier's feet: and he was for primary August 0th. We were sorry two years before tho last war the not to get pictures of all the candirepresentative accredited of the dates and a few of them we were United States Governrant, attached unable to get at all. You can learn to tho German Staff, In order that all about them If you will turn to our army might profit by the Inves- the center of tho first section of this tigations of aa eminent authority on paper. these two lines of research. It Is perhaps not generally known Riot to Kentucklans that Colonel WhiteSeventy-fiv- e persons, whites and head' office In Lexington is the headquarters, or main office, of the negroes, have been killed In a race United States Army Remount Asso- riot which started in Tulsa, OUa., ciation. The significance of this Tuesday night. Nearly ten square blocks of the choice of location Is apparent. Kennegro section where an armed contucky, tho home of the thoroughbred, Is the logical headquarters of flict has been in progress between national oefalatlon devoted to white men and negroes since Tuesday the improvement of the country's night resulting In the death of at least six white persons and fifty negsupply of here by means of the of the potest thorough-We- d roes, and a rapidly Increasing list of wounded, were In Same Wednesday. strain. The Are was reported spreasUag aaii PorUa CMslsesi FeW, Ike tjwaHty threatening to wipe out a white resiS.I t f- - t 1 - .t-1 -- II. I. w ssswy wWbivJ fH eaassjsp WwVjBa de ee section in the Saadplpt gu-Hill BiHsttnas A Distinguished Soldier Header Race Raging. The body of Mrs. Margaret E. Kinnard, 27 years old, who died at her home 832 Bennett avenue, Friday afternoon will be taken to Paint Lick on the 10 o'clock Louisville & Nashville train this morning, where burial will take place. She is survived by her husband, Wordly Kinnard, and five children, her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Hopkins', of Garrard county; three sisters, Mrs. Daniel llurg, Hamilton, Colson O.; Misses Grace and Myrtle Hopkins and seven brothers, Otis, Strother, Mr. W. G. Colson, aged sixty-fou- r years, died of Uright's disease at his Carmen, Earl, William and George home In Virginia, near MIddlesboro, Hopkins, all of Garrard county. Danville Messenger. at 1:30 Thursday, May 19th. He had been 111 for some time and his death was not unexpected. Dorton. Mr. Colson was a brother of the Moses Dorton, aged 82 years, died late Congressman, David G. Colson and waa a popular citixen of this at his home on the Lexington pike section. He left a vast estate, in- last Tuesday morning about 8:30 o'clock, after an lllnes of several cluding farms and city property. Mr. Colson is survived by four sis years. About two years ago he susters, three sons and four daughters, tained a fall from which he had never recovered, and since that time was and a large number of relatives. llrief funeral services were con confinciUto his bed. His wife pre- ducted at the home in Virginia, after! ceded him to the grave about two which the services were continued at years ago, He is survived by ten children, all the Methodist Church In MIddlesboro, where he had long been a member. grown and residents of this county. After the church services the Masonic Mr. Dorton was one of Garrard's farmers and his Lodge conducted the Uurial services, most prominent which were in the Colson cemetery. death removes another of our oldest The Citixen, (A Pineville paper.) and best citizens. Mrs, W. 11. Moss is one surviving Funeral services were conducted sister. She was accompanied to Vir- at the grave yesterday, by Itev. C. ginia nnd MIddlesboro to attend the 1). Strother, interment following In funeral by her daughters, Mrs. II. C. the Lancaster cemetery. Ualley and Mrs. Walton E. Moss. of Hubble, have the sympathy of their many friends In the loss of their little baby boy, A. W., Jr., Just a little over two years old, who died at the home of his parents last Monday after an acute illness of flux. Mrs. Vanderpool, who has been seriously ill of the same trouble, is reported better at this writing. Uurial of the baby took place in Danville Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. Margaret E. Kinnard granted by the ordered in the today. From the Increase last year fGOO,- 000,000 a year in salaries of rail road labor, nearly $400,000,000 will be cut, It is estimated by the reductions directed by the board. In the case of the general class of maintenance of way laborers, the entire increase of 814 cents an hour was withdrawn while in others of the classes having the larger number of employes, the cuts ranged from 13 to 8 and from 10 to 6 cents an hour as compared with the award of last July. Altho the wage cuts are to apply on only 101 roads which had filed petitions for decreases, the board's announcement said that application of other roads would cause the same reductions to be placed in effect on those lines. The decreases, it Is estimated, eventually will affect two million men. The general average decreases is placed at 12 per cent as compared with an average of 21 per cent increase granted last July. Little Opposition Seen. Union leaders withheld com ment on the board's decision but it had been freely stated at sessions of the railway employes' leaders here during the board's hearings on the decreases that the cuts of ten to twelve per cent would meet little opposition. Leaders of the four big railroad brotherhoods have called a meeting here for July 1 when the wage de creases are affective to discuss he . award. of the wage increase railroad employes last July Railroad Labor Hoard was deducted beginning July 1st. announced board's decision COMMENCEMENT FINALS At Paint Lick Hieh School. At the closing Commencement Exercises of the Paint Lick High School, Estella West was declared the honor graduate with an average of 92.4 for the four years of High School work. Rodney Ralston and Grace Hall were in close competition for second place. The former averaged 01.1. Ueulah Ledford and Cynthia Pruitt were the other members of the graduating class. A. U. Estridge averaged 00.10, which is highest In the Junior class with Edna Underwood competing closely with an average of 00,08. Herbert Ralston stood highest in the Sophomore class with an average of 89.83. Of the eighteen pupils In the Freshmen class Ueulah West and Em-in- n Hall competed closely for first place, the former having an average of 94.77 and tho later 94.33 and the following averaged above 00: Elolse Ledford, Herbert Tudor and Durdet-t- a Ramsey. Sweeney Whitaker. Taking their friends completely by surprise. Miss Kuby Sweeney and Mr. Ezra Whitaker, of Harrodsburg, motored to Danville last week and were married there by one of the pastors. Mrs. Sweeney Is the only daughtor of Mr. A. K. Sweeney and a very charming young lady. Mr. Whitaker of sterling isa prominent farmer qualities and honor. This popular couple have tho best wishes ofthclr friends for a long and congenial lifo together, The Commencement address was delivered by Prof. Farquher, of the University of Kentucky, who ably discussed "Education and Some Claims of Llteratture," after which the diplomas were presented to the graduates. A Jolly Crowd. Sex Hygiene "Father and Son" attended the banquet a few months ago will deliver an illustrated lecture at the Court House tonight on sex hygiene. The lecture will be for men and boys only who are 14 years old and over, Dr. Miller will show- - the origin of life and clear up many haxy Ideas on this Important subject. The lecture will be free. Prof. Miller, who Announcement. I take this opportunity to notify my friend and patrons of the removal of my office. You will And my sew quarters over the Garrard Bank and Trust Company, Rext door to Dr. HaMUld. J. A. Amen. -- sjsaajpsej -l- I- V JF at J. W. War field, a Sunday School teacher in the Mt. Morlah Christian church near Hall's Gap, chaperoned Mr. J. R. Haselden attended the his class numbering 05 pupils to High Flemings-bur- g burial of Emma Tillett at Bridge last Saturday. The party last week, where she made her stopped for a short white In Lancas home for several years. ter. Mrs. TiUett It well, remembered On and after June 1st, alt barber here, having been the wife of the late Oscar Tillett, formerly of this shops In Lancaster will open at 7:30 A. M. and dost at 7:34 P. M. city. Remembered Here. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, June 2 92 1 1 . WHEAT, RYE, BARLEY, CORN WE WILL BE IN THE MARKET FOR YOUR WHEAT, RYE BARLEY AND CORN. I I I I W? PavJ The Highest Warltft Price. S See Us Before you Sell. We carry at all times the famous BALLARDS OBELISKThe Blue Ribbon Premium Flour, and will exchange same for wheat. We offer a handsome thimble free with each sack of this superb Flour as long as they last. Try a sack today. i I I We advise purchase ofcyour Winter Coal NOW. Our Famous Red Star, Creech, Crown and Harlan Coal is the BEST. LIE SAND, I PORTLAND CEMENT, BRICK, ROCK, GENUINE KANAWHA SALT, BALE TIES, FIELD SEEDS I I I of all kinds, all at the lowest prices. I E HUDSON & FARNAU TELEPHONE No. 26. LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. Slash Again. Jin the cities with increasing in addition to the billions they for America to say "No." alrendy owe us Close the door to the new easiness. un- ' Chlca-employmeI ,er ! workers are idle in Europe, In this country an even greattMutd W..klr. S1.80 Ym Instead of diminishing, the' bhort Mri for wo.mc "lVc er number are idle. The cables also tell another French loan. Payable ia AdTaaca. story a very interesting one Europe was prostrated by That hundred million dol- number of criminals seems tobec" vindicated. J. E. ROBINSON. Editor. Hurrah! Cut off another the great war, Tl...r is going fashion mad lars can be profitably employ- 1. t.i.....ra Paris wrecked in R. L .ELKIN, Local Editor and Mgr. fol or two! The whirl of gayety is the live ed right here in our own coun- to be no end to them. body, soul and finances. Statistics gathered In Entered at the Poit Office in Lan liest that has been seen in try. Men who, through lack of America was financially beneMall caiter, Ky., at Second-Clafitted. enter a life of'0 how thnl the snort Mri many years. Stupendous sums Matter. Many Aces. Too Why are so many people crime do not like to go buck reii,on;,ib,e for reducing the of money are spent on jewels, of nccldent to women idle in this country when every and dress, and the races, and "I want Our America to to work again. Stealing Fwa Ad.ltMui( Ric...Mtnr ,m bonding and alighting from man should be producing someTHE AMERICAN PR FAS ASSOCIATION the opera, and the continual have nothing to do with any quires less exertion. thing ? city authorities wake,11'1 cnrs nnd trains. If the round of expensive receptions nation that is not willing to sit Lucasler. Ky., J use 2, 1921 "eiore rue ml vent of the There is somi excuse for up and drive these hordes of and entertainments. at the table and show its They have plenty of money cards," said the president in a bandits from their limits at) hort "k'rt innumerable falls' idleness in Europe, There is Ralai For Political Announcaaanta. ' women step. 'no excuse here. least a portion of them will be were which to satisfy their van- recent New York speech. Kor Precinct and City Offices..! 5.00 with ping on their own skirts. Now The comparison is not natA line sentiment, and one, migrating lo the country in For County Offices 10.00 ity or their craving for excite prey. Our the short skirts are cutting tering to our intelligence, but For State and District Offices.. 15.00 ment, but apparently they have which would revolutionize the search of easy down the number of acci- looking the truth in the face For Calif, per line tl .10 none tor lite rehauilitatiftn or world if other nations desired own community may not be dents," says the statistician. For Cards, per line may do some good. .10 France. ,empt from their unwelcome practiced the same. For all publications in the inter-- , Hurrah again! OiT with Some one is gumming the visits, We are not fond of criticis Laying their cards on the est of individuals or eipres-stil) a little more! works and throwing monkey An iron list should be ing our neighbors, for we wish table, though, is just what the sion of individual views, per We men will look the other wrenches into the machinery. line of the old world willing for every one of them who 10 all nations and all peoples well. way when our wives are Too many somebodys, we Obituaries, per line invades this territory, .05 But we feel that the time has not do. European countries around. fear. diploma-- . arrived for a just criticism a have been steeped in Unwelcome guests should not criticism that the French have tic duplicity for so mnny years be permitted to grow grass unAnnouncements. If hard Too Many Somebody. longer time Veep on coming much brought upon themselves by it has become bred in the bone, der their feet in our midst. We are authorized to announce they may grt by in before wc Keep'em moving. the candidacy of E. V. Puryear to their social prodigality when a a part of their national life. Mr. Hoover says hat l.HOO,- - recognize them. succeed himself in the office of Com- season of frugality is impera To carry out the laudable monwealth's Attorney for this dis- tive. desire of the president it would trict, subject to the action of the If the r reach government be necessary to build a Chinese Democratic Primary, August 6, 1921. wants another hundred million wall around the United States dollars it should apply to its and seal every entrance and We arc authorized to announce own people who are throwing exit. We would have to shut Judge Charles A. Hardin candidate their money away on frivolity. off all communication with the for the nomination for Circuit Judge The French exhibited a sub- outside world and become a of this judicial dutrict, subject to lime patriotism during the war. the action of the Democratic Primnry nation completely isolated from August, 1021. Even a small portion of the the rest of humanity. ' BBSBBBBBBBBBBBBBWaaa-Z?- --II same patriotic spirit in time of .U K Lay their cards on the table? peaceful reconstruction will We fear every deck wouh: Think This Over supply the French government contain at least a dozen aces, Press dispatches have been with all of the money it re paving the way for another quires. Throwing Stones. huge French loan to be placed If the French people who The public is becoming in the United States. This are so prodigal in their spendtime, if the dispatches are cor- ing have not sufficient faith in nauseated with the case of the rect, wo will be asked to lend their government to advance New York banker who brought a cool hundred million dollars the funds it ronuirM thfti tlmt suit for divorce against his to our friends across the water, fact itself is sufficient reason wife, claiming that another rnim in the father of her baby The Central Record cul ex-an- wait-natio- ns j NEW PERFECTION OrtCopkzjSivesnd Ovens " . DO HE 0 nrnp boy. ji We are offeringquite a reduction in prices on FARM WAGONS' BUGGIES, CORN PLANTERS, HARROWS. CORN DRILLS, DISC DRAG HARROWS, CULTIPACKERS. CULTIVATORS. Get our prices on Mixed Paint. White Lead, Linseed Oil. Turpentine, etc. WE WILL SAVE YOU MONEY CONN BEOS. "Live and Let Live Folks." 0I The wife fought for her good U name and the legitimacy of her child, and she fought hard and with startling results. She charged, and claims to be able to prove, that the banker, while Jattncking her purity, was even deeper in the mire was in fact maintaing another woman as his wife under an assumed name. There, too, a child is to be found. Uefore this attcmpHo be smirch his wife in order to se cure his freedom he was a man of commanding position in the financial world. Now ho is no longer at the head of his bank, is looked upon with suspicion by the public, and is said to be contemplating for a residence abroad. He can be spared he will not be missed the air may even bo purer when he is gone. The American people do not look with favor upon guilty men who throw stones. I A New Perfection Kitchen comfort and convenience. That's why 3,000,000 wives use New Perfection Oil Cook Stoves. Thc Lontf Blue Chimney burner is the secret. SPEEDY STEADY GiM toolttc lihktn hturt rUnjc A clean, speedy, steady stove means Rrcatcr ki tchen JiIOUSC- - wheic ut, nrtih nowatihlnc. SttaJjn triHtkl a tvtlinmt ftit. CLEAN Tiiroi r vr ty drop of Urotcne oil luto imoirlnt, tmtlrti, x cdu!kn hfit Xtrfit iitdtn e.'uo, uUmuh laiawi;. HOT almmUtit hJt from any flame I ULL 10RCE i$uun ii uicniii, bat rwiiaf nmltx. Ccmrlcic your kitchcr -- a New Vet it ction Kcrournc Water Heater, too. Let . drmomuntc the Lonu Utuc Cliinmcy bunnr. t ui lt IniUi.tl)- - to ftt tobutU. SUilint Irirt et Use The Iron Fist. Many country people, are viewing the reign of banditry HASELDEH BROS. Th Central ftocord. Lancastei , Ky., Thursday, June 2 92 1 ! Still Offer You More for Your Money White Shoes 2cts a Pair. We have three dozen pair White High Shoes sizes running from 3 to 7 at $2.98 a pair and a second pair can be had for 2cts. Still a few of the 5ct. slippers left sizes 3 to 5. One pair $4.95 a second pair at 5cts. See Them. "Ready-to-wear Mr. and Mrs'. Luther Glbbs. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Hi mo re attended the commencement exercise of the Danville High School last Friday evening. The Senior prize, awarded to the members of the Senior Pin reeelv. fng the highest general averaire In hi studies, was awarded to Ilranham Heaxley Haughman. Ilranham Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. John Haughman and is well known here, where this news will be read with a great deal of Interest. i THE I CRY IS "GIVE OS NEW STYLES IN HATS" i OURS ARE And besides they are wonderfully becoming and are examples of cleverest and most fas- cinating advance fashioi.s. The suburban home of Miss Allene Curtis was the scene of a beautiful lawn party last Saturday evening which she cave in honor of the Senior C'la. the affair bringing together fifty guests. The !awn was brilliantly illuminated with Japanese lanterns under which many comfortable seat were placed. The attractive Rome was decorated with lovely garden flowers, Later In the evening delicious refreshments of strawberries. Ice cream ami cakes were served. The affair was most delightful. FRANCIS-SWT- H cago, and Jas. S. Hoggs, State HighMesdamc W. T. Sutton and Mrs. way Engineer. Carrie Davidson visited Mr. and Mrs. County Judges'D ay, June 10., - G. Davidson, of Lancaster TuesSamuel E. Dcilaven, County Judge day. Oldham County, chairman. Discus Mr. and Mrs. Ollie Graham and sion of new road laws and finances baby were visitors Sunday of Mr. by Judge C. W. Wells, Owensboro; and Mrs. Milo Simpson of LancasW. I Watson, Ashland; Luke ter. New Castle: . M. Caldwell, Masters Robert Batson and Glenn Newport; J. It. Iincaster, George Garden Davidson spent the weektown; W. W. Criak, Madlsonville; end Mrs. with their grandmother, II. II. Farmer, Henderson; H. F. Carrie Davidson. Green, SmUhtand; Ed. Pollard, Shel-b- y Mr. and Mrs. Henry Tuttle, Misses vllle; Wal'ace Brown, Uardstown. Address by George Carey, Lexington. Daysie Runells and Fannie Merida, Talks on brick and concrete by Jot. visited recently Mr. and Mrs. Elmer C. Travilla, St. Louis; anil C. I). Hall, near Lowell. Miss Nornh Sams and brother, Franks, Indianapolis. The extensive entertainment pro Arthur, 'of Corbln, after a pleasant gram provides for entertalnmnt of ' visit with the Merida's returned to delegates at the country home of their home Wednesday. President Drane; dinner at a road-houMr. and Mrs. Henry Yater had for n boat excursion up the Ohio their Sunday guests, Mrs. Patience river with luncheon served aboard; Prichett, Mr. and Mrs. John Prichett, and automobile tours of Inspection anil son, Huster, of Stanfrod. of roads. Each evening there will be Mrs. C. R. Henry and children, n band concert, motion pictures and Mr. Tom Ward, Mr. and Mrs. Milton dancing at the Convention Hall. Ward were Monday visitors of Mr. In connection with the meeting, and Mrs. Wm. Clark, of tb Lexingmodern road construction equipment, ton road. materials and mortor trucks will be Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Baker, Mrs. J. displayed in the building. All ses- I). Baker, Misses Maud and Ueulah ions and entertainments will be open to the public without charge. Pre-so- YatcrJ motored to Nina last Sunday interested in roads are invited. and were visitors for the day of Mr. nnd Mrs. Cronley Ross. Mr. and Mrs. Green Poynter and GUY. family, of Lincoln, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Mrs. James Yantis visited Mrs. Lane and on, Elza, Misses Flonnie Mae and Snvannh Lane visited Mr. Walker Saturday. and Mrs. Alfred Poynter Sunday. Miss Lee Anna Osborn has been Mr. and Mrs. Henry Tuttle, Mr. quite sick the past week. Mr. Ralph Poynter, of Lincoln was and Mrs. Tom Doolin, Misses Daytle Runells, Cora and Flora Doolin, ipent n recent visitor here. Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. George Mr. Harry I). Rice, spent Sunday Carrier. The enjoyable occasion bewith Stanford friends. ing Mr. Carrier's birthday. Lime, Sand, Rock, and Pressed Brick. Hudson cV Fmu. Tuscan Superstition. Miss Anna Mae Kidd is visiting In Tuscany, there Is n little plant Mrs. Pearl Hunt of NIcholasville. hlch grows on the walls, whose tiny Mr. and Mrs. John Kidd were Sun flowers are of whitish rose color. It day guests of Mr. and Mrs. Tom I gathered on Ascension dsy nd hung up until the eighth of SeptemTurner. ber; and for those who do this, tha Mr. Perry Otborn spent the week- Virgin ha great favor and will pro-(eend with M essrs. Earl and Orvil Durthem from all evil. If this plant ham, of Jessamine. wilt not blnuom while hanslng. It I Mr.and Mrs. Joe Turner and chil- a had omen. dren were visitors Thursday of Mr. Hardtn House Plants. and Mrs. J. P. Foley. If )ou have been starting hout Misses Lucy and Nolle Turner plants In the house, Im sure that you were Sunday night guests of Misses harden them off well before you transLillian and Gladys Kidd. fer them to the open ground. This Mr. Wm. Level, and sons, W. K., means gradually esposlog them to the Clay and Arch of Stoney Point spent outside air, or, belter stilt, setting them In which ran cold Friday at their farm here, , at night, frame,you haven't be covered any glass If Misses Mollie and Ethel Barnes) for such n frame, you can cover It and Fannlo Merida were Thursday with prepared cloth, which ts much cheaper nnd Just as sstlsfnctory. visitors of Miss Lee Anna Otborn. IKnva-naue-h. ct GOOD ROADS MEETING At Louisville, Ky., Next Week. The Good Roads Convention at the Jefferson County Armory, Louisville, under auspices of the June Kentucky Road Engineers' AmocU-tloIs expected to be the most eventful one In the history of the movement In Kentucky. Enthusiasm at n high pilch. Indication! ts point to cVery county in the State being represented. The program for the day follows: Opening Day, June 7th., Open ing convention by President Merritt Prune, Engineer of Jefferson county. Addreses of welcome by Mayor Geo. Weissinger Smith, Louisville, and Krieger, Judge William County Judge of Jefferson County. Response by Mrs. Charles P. Weaver. Ad dress by Senator White I Mo., Pinevllle, Appointment of committee. Talks on tar products by W. E. Crowell, American Tar Pro ducts Company, and P. K. Sheldler, Ilarrett County. Governor's Day, June 8th., Holland Pyne, Road Engineer, Campbell county chairman. Address by Joe F. liosworth, Middletboro. Introduction of Gov. Edwin P. Morrow by John Rryce Raskin, Commissioner of Jefferson County. Address by Governor Morrow Engineers' Day, June 9th., W. H. Edwards, Jr., Road Engineer Woodford county, chairman. Reports of Committees. Talks by Highway Commissioners H. Green Garrett, chairman; Hen Wellle, secretary, H. II. Asher and Ed. S. Monohan. Talks on asphalt by J. B. Uittel, Chicago, and Rodman Wiley, Kentucky Rock Asphalt Company, Louis ville. Addresses by William N. Rosier, Road Engineer; J. S. Dawson, Maintenance Engineer and Pierce Butler, Bridge Engineer of the Department of State Roads and Highways. Addresses by James T. Voshcll, District Engineer United States Bureau of Public Roads, Chi- 0, at Ridiculously Low Price. ORGANDY VOIL AND WAISTS 98. AND $1.49 SILK WAISTS IN CREPE DE CH1EN AND GEORGIETTE $3.98 A beautiful line of Dresses and Coats at the ridiculous price of $14.75. High class Gingham Dresses, special $3.98. SEE OUR SEE OUR SEE OUR ii tl Silks &oils Organdys White Goods LET US SELL YOU THAT NEW RUG Mrs. Louisa Hicks, of Fort Worth, Mrs. J. C. Itoblnson has returned Texas, is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. from a visit to relatives in Lexington J. C, William, on Richmond avenue. Mr. and Mr. Mai Carter and two Mr. Louisa Hicks, Mr. and Mrs. children, Agnes and Hiram Estes, Mr. J. 0, Williams and children have been J. P. Prathrr and Mrs. Mead Teater guests of Mrs. J. X. Denny at Iiurgin spent a delightful day Sunday with sasl A Brkf HmNm W ts Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Prather and fnmi ha iecn Miss My by TIwm An ktuutti U. attendingMarilee Lear, who Galntvllte, ly. Hrenan College, Ga is at home for the summer va Mrs. 0. V. Terrill. of Itichmond. Va., Mrs. Kd. England, of Atlanta, cation. Miss Allie Dunn spent two U Ga., and Mrs. David F. Bell of Balti In Richmond thi week. Reports from the bedside of Mrs. more, M. D., are here for a family ha returned Kliza Hill, who l In. Danville with MIm Mary Chestnut reunion with their parents, Mr. and I improv her daughter, are that she from a visit to Danville. Mrs. Jack Adams, ing slowly. Mat-ti- e Matter John OrrctI it visiting Mrs. Uroaddus, mother of Mrs. Mr. ami Mrs. M. D. Lonir, Mr. and Mae Hubble at Hubble, Ky. William Lear, had the misfortune to Mrs. Kmit Long. Mlu Tattle Long Itev. ami Mr. K. II. Hourland haw and Mr. Willie Long were In Dan- fall and strike her ribs which were badly bruised, but none broken. On been recent visitors In llarrodsburg. ville Friday. account of her age friends were ap Mr. and Mrs. Urn Wood spent tho but Mrs. Anna Hubble and daughter, prehensive of her condition! week-ennear Dan-vlll- Mattie Mae, have returned to their later reports are that the Is much Im with relative country home where they will spend proved. Mr. J. K. Stormci and Mr. Joo the summer months. Miss Edna Uerkele, who hat been Francit were visitors In Nlcholaivlllo Mrs. W. It. Mason, Mr. Sallle Koss teaching at Paducah, hat gone for a Tuesday, Lnwson, Miss Sue Shelby Mason and visit in Nashville, Tenn., before re is visiting her son, Mr. Dave Thomas have been recent turning to her home here. Sho will Mrs. II. Zimmcr accompany her aunt, Miss Allio Dr. Charles Zimmcr and Mrs. Zlmmer visitor in Lexington. in Lexington. MIm Nell Noland, a student at Dunn, to Queen's College, Charlotte, N. C, In September where she will Mrs. Ira Holtictaw, of Danville, Staunton, Virginia, will spend the teach mutheniiirlcs. has been the guest of Mr. and Mrs. summer vacation with her mother, Mrs. Mae Hughes Noland. Hev. and Mrs. Clarence Strother J. V, Holtzclaw. left Mrs, W. A. Wilkinson, who has and little son, James Russell; Messrs. Clay KnutTman and S. D. Wednesday for New Albany. Im Cochran, were in Howling Green on been visiting her daughter, Mr. Forest Fitzgerald and Mr. Fitzgerald in where he will have charge of the business Monday. Uantist church in that city. Lancas Danville ha returned home. ter citizens reirret the departure of Mr. W. It. Cook and Mr. Itoblnson Miss Allie Dunn, who held the this most excellent family and our Cook, of Danville, were visitors in chair at Queen's College, Char- lots will be New Albany's gain. Sunday. lotte, N. C, has returned and will Mm. Dora Wheeler and Mr. Joe spend the summer vacation here. Miss Joan Mount was hostess at Wheeler of near Danville, wero visian afternoon bridge party Friday of Mr. It. K. Henry, of Lexington, tors In Lancastr Monday. ternoon at her home on Lexington was here Saturday to see his mothavenue, in honor of Mrs. Robert Messrs. D. W. Mahan and Fisher er, Mrs. Solon Henry, who has reTodd, of Ohio. After the interest Gaines, of Danville, were in Lancas- covered from her recent illness. ing game a delicious salad course was on business Monday, ter Tho many friend of Mr. W. A. served. Miss Mount's guests num Mr. Hobert Todd, who hat been) Dlckrrson are glad to know he has bered about twelve, who enjoyed the the guests of Mrs. J. K. Itoblnson, has' recovered sufficiently to bo removed afternoon, It being one of the most returned to her homo In Ohio. from the Danville hospital to hit beautiful toctety event of the summer seaion. home here. Little Mis Mary Shackelford, of KIchmond, Is the guest of her grand-motheMrs. Uoyd Turner gave an elegant Prof. Paul lloyd left Monday for Mr. Emma Kauffman. Leitchfield, where he will make a visit dinner last Wednesday In honor of Mr. K. K. Fletcher, of Indianapolis, before going to KIchmond, where he her daughter, Mrs. E. K. Fletcher, of beInd.i it expected this week to Join will teach at the Normal school dur- Indianapolis, Ind., thote present ing Mrs. William Scott, Mrs. Carrie hi wife, who Is visiting relatve here. ing the summer school. Davidson, Mrs. William Sutton, Mrs. Mr. C. N. Smith, Mr. Jim I'caVce, Milt Ward, Mrs. Jake Foley, Mrs. Mr. 0. W. PotU and daughter, Mlu Mabel and Mr. Welby PotU Mr. and Mrs. Bush Nichols, of Dan- Tom Turner, Mr. Will Barnes, Mr. motored from Cincinnati, Sunday ville, attended the commencement Charlie Yater, Mr. C. R. Henry and hour of exercises last Thursday evening at children and Misses Mold Barnes, and were guest for a Mrs. Clara Prayther and daughters. the Lancaster School Auditorium. Lucy Turner and Cora Fletcher. Gossip About People Ctf DC DC DC DC d e. COME ON U THE CUSCADEN CREAM IN The Price- of Health - IS FINE You can always find your Often it is only a few cents spent for some simple but effective remedy that keeps sickness away. We sfill them, many kinds and for many purposes. A box of stationery, a pipe or cigars, a comb or brush, toilet friends here. It's a popular place for cooling off. Big Dish, Little Price. Paints, Oils, Cut Flowers, Window Glass, The NeW EdiSOn, "The Phonograph with a Soul." r! STORMES DRUG STORE. FIRST THOUGHT IN DRUGS. jl Established 1853 Phond 30, Lancaster, fr J1 SS " .V . s. Ts - . Th Ctntral Rscord, Lancaster, Ky.. Thursday Juns 2. 92 1 1 'I 1 . Garrard County's R. L. BARKER TO THE VOTERS kfcJBHiBBBBBBBBBBBVliv'w 5 r If? fairly in the future. ' ' magisterial district as its mag- citizens and taxpayers have a.9BBBBBBK . PJPKA both privately and publicly istrate, to succeed Squire Isou, If Dave Sanders is elected pub who has declined to run for requested me to olfer for "horilT f Garrard county and the otfice again. We doubt lie service as county judge of disnlavs th"c same acumen in if a better selection could be Garrard county to pursuado conducting the alfairs of his of my candidacy. m aife than has been done in me to announce choosing his Modern conditions have made lice that he did in naming Mr. Marker. A compredict Hint he position a most important team mntos, we mittee composed of several this out) to the welfare of the peo- will make a splendid officer. hnndrcd having waited upon legion I fully realize that being 11. I). I.ee, known to his him several mouths ago, urging ple. frionds ns"I)oc," and Aahby of him to make the race. He has at the head of the- fiscal affairs Arnold have been namod by of a business institution exconsented and his "hat is in the pending so large a sum as the Mr. Sanders as bin deputies, In ring." the event of his election. He is a staunch democrat revenue of our county and These gentlemen are too well but has many republican doing it economically and properly, Is a responsibility. known to the people of Gar-rar-d friends that will help put him county to need either over and we predict that he The judging of my fitness for lie position, I must leave to the word of introduction or comwill be elected and make Garcounty in which mendation at our hands; they rard county one of its best Ipeople of our was born and reared and who were both born and reared in magistrates. have known me both socially the count, hae been and now and as a business man. (are among the leading farmers county, The one big thing that the f county judge of Garrard coun- t must handle and be responsible for to the people, Is maint taining the turnpikes and dirt TO THE DEMOCRATS OF GARRARD COUNTY: roads of the county, not as they have been in the past, but On two occasions recently the Democrats of our county ssV they must be improved. in mass convention have,, without a voice of opposition, re. is little hope that the There quested that I become a candidate for the nomination for the rewnues for these purposes office of state senator and promised support. Also in several could be incroased. Thcrc-'forprivate conferences composed of leaders and prominent mem sLm this business must be 1 have been bers of our party in the county asked to seek this Hlv. ' HbbbbbbbLbH handled differently and in a nomination. Friends and voters in the other counties of the 0 0 . it i H uiamci nave urgcui my camiuiacy. aii mm lias induced me MaLD7c7s ANDERS" """ way to get more results from' BBBBBBLf fhe monoy expended to consider favorably the undertaking. I, therefore, announce I make the promise to the my candidacy for the nomination for this oirice, subject to the D. C. Sanders, 1(5 years old,1 BBBPHaBBBBBBBBBBLa i.ction of the democrats of the Eighteenth Senatorial District candidate for Sheriff on the people that if elected to of Kentucky, composed of the counties of Garrard, Lincoln ticket, was born prove the roads without In Boyle and Casey, as expressed in the general primary election and reared in Garrard count creasing the taxes or land as August 6th., 1921, being persuaded that I could be of service and has lived here all his life sessment. I shall not fail to to our state and party, if elected. In early manhood he was en take from the state our quota H. D. LEE Assuring you that I deeply appreciate your promised as gaged in successful farming of the state road tax. Tho Mr. Lee at one time was a sistance in the gratification of this ambition of mine, as I have enterprises, but abandonee Road Engineer will not be sefarm life about fourteen years lected from my family but will part owner of the Lancaster appreciated the many acts of aid and help you hnve so gener ously given me in the past, and I promise to reward, if success ago and moved to this city be a competent man for the Flouring Mill, but hankering iui, oy a initmui penormance or ttie duties of this important where he has since tresided job, spending his entire time for his first love, he sold his inHe is now associated wit looking after the road interest terest and returned to the office. others in the S. S. S. Lumber of the county. The affairs of farm. He has never before Very truly, and Manufacturing Co., here your county will be economi aspired to political preferJ. E. Robinson. and the firm handles a large cally administered if I am your ment, and should his initial efvolume of business in this anil county judge after January fort prove successful, we feel HON. J. E. ROBINSON trict, he has consented to make adjoining counties. Jnd., 1922. The laws will be satisfied he would "make this sacrifice and in this issue Mr. Sanders Is a member o impartially administered with- good. For State Senator of the paper will be found his the Christian church. In 1898 out partiality to any. To that formal announcement for this he married Miss Zerclda Lay end your friendship, interest The call of the people has office subject to the action of ton, a member of a prominent and help Is solicited, with asinduced Hon. J. E. Robinson the Democratic party. By rca and influential family of upper surance of appreciation. to allow his name to go on the son of his high stiinding and Ills Garrard. They have two chil Very truly. ballot as a candidate for the unquestioned ability he will dren, D. C, Jr., a chip off the J. C. Williams. high and important office of have a large following in every old block, and Miss Christine dis- county in the State Senator from this who is now a student at Hnmil district. ' r ' vBBBBBm trict. The marked ability of ton College, Lexington. The HON. EMMET PURYEAR Bvm'rT'Kr BkBBBB BJBBBBBJ BBBIBJ-J. B. WOODS, JR. our distinguished townsman to BBBLBBBBBBHr'' Jt" Wmb1bBLbLbLbb candidate's father, James San serve in the capacity is unSeveral weeks ago Judge! For Circuit Clerk. ders, also resides in this city questioned by anyone. As a Puryear anncunced to the and is 72 years of age. lawyer, a business man, and voters of the 13th. Judicial disIn presenting the candidacv Garrard county can boast o a public servant he has made of Jimniie Woods for the office no more or popu- - trict of Kentucky, that he good, and the people of Ken- of clerk of the Garrard Circuit ar citizen than Dave Sanders. would again seek the demo-- J tucky are fortunate to have Court, we do so believing that Among his legion of friends in cratic nomination for the of such a man to offer himself he is pleasing lawyers, liti- this county he numbers many fice of Commonwealth's At for office. He will be n leader gants and the public general- Republicans who, dissatisfied torney, and it was good news in the Senate, where just such ly in the performance of the with their own ticket, have al to his many friends in Garrard i a man is needed 10 iook niter many duties of the office. A ready signified their intention County, where he is so well young man just fresh from the of supporting him in the forth and favorably liked. This the affairs of our State. ASHBY ARNOLD Fair to nil sides, to the sick schools and "Uncle Sam's" coming race. gentleman from the County of and to the poor; to the white army, with a determination to Ashby Arnold always has, Physically Mr. Sanders is a Joyle has for the past several and to the colored people, his make of himself a good years filled the office he now and always will be a farmer; and powerful man, tip- influence and ability will be jer, no is asKing lor Mils olllcej the Hcacs at 2.0 pounds, seeks with credit, and it is n he will assist the loys to win felt in the four years he is to that he may prepare himself, Ho drinks 4 quarts of milk well known fnct that he has Mils slierllt race, fulfill the serve, and this district, may be iui H career HI UIO Ulir. .Mllliy ,lHv nn.l w.mi-done his full duty in the ad- duties thereby incurred satis n.imlw.r assured that our Senator will people both democrats and re hat. His eyes are prominent, ministration of this important factorily to both himself and faithfully and honestly repre- publicans predict that he will candid and calmly inquisitive fficc, and still at the same time constituents, but his heart is sent his constituency in all have no opposition for the of-- He is characterized by his up- le has been free from any bias on the farm, and to our think matters coming before that flee. He has served in this rightness and fairdeallng and, or prcjudico and has been fair ing he is sure to return to it. body. '.capacity for several months, if elected, as he expects to be, in his treatment to all parties. He has been a success as a Those of ua who know him having been appointed by will make a splendid officer. le is a good lawyer, a fine farmer, one of the most suc best understand that ho will Judge Hardin to fill the unex- Ho was Assesor from 1913 to speaker, and the Common- cessful, as well as extensive in be tied to no man or set of men pired term of Joe Burnside, 1917, a position which ho fill- - wealth has been ably represen- the county, ns well as one of and that his conscience and who resigned the first of tho od most creditably. He w as ted in all cases coming before our most popular and influen good sense alone will guide year to accept a position in the also chairman of the coun ty the Circuit Court in his district. tial citizens. him in the performance of his Government service, and dur Democratic Campaign Comt is generally understood that Each of these gentlemen in duty. ing these few months of ser- mittee during the stormy poli- ho will have no oppostion for tho past have been active in In yielding to this call to vice he has learned to make a tical antagonisms of 1920. this important offce, and his their aid and counsel to demo public service, Mr. Robinson model clerk and the records He enters this race with a friends in Garrard cluitn this a cracy, and It is but fitting that does so, at n great financial of his office show thnt he is clean record and without a igh compliment for the able they should now have the unlost, and h can ill afford to capable and efficient, and his single handicap, and his con- nnd sufficient manner in which stinted support of the party as neglect his law practice and accomodating manner make fidence in the complete success ic has handled the duties of well as the citizens of the counprivate "business, however, af- for him many friends who will of the Democratic party at the lis office in the past. ty who are interested in putter urgent solicitations from gladly support him inihis race approaching election is abso Tho good people of this dis ting the best class of our citi friends in all parts of the dis-- , for this office. lute. trict are lucky to have such a1 zens into our public offices. tT One of the most popular men in the Ilryantsvllle section of the county is "Hob" Marker and he nspirim to represent that high class gentleman as Judge Puryenr to oirer himself for COUNTY: and his past work is sufficient proof Hint he will exA sulTicient number of our ecute his duties honestly and OF GAR-RAR- of-lic- e, A WORD AND A WARNING The affairs of the di looked after by tho a man . BBBBBBBBBBBBBB ' J 'bbbHI e, L-Jbbs- Jm asVH BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBI 1 ...... JBBBBBBBBBBk bHp . . " KKjBH J big-heart- f 1 Mi lnw-;rou- Ht I teen voting precincts ot parties has been somowli.,' Hon by the onfrnnohIem. doubled the republican ' feat of tho party in the the defeat of the nation.. Hon control of both Sta convinced the County ('..r and keep harmony in ll victory to the County Hi k Cognizant that tin- . face of nil these well ki we have a well united :, rrats leading as candldn-thCounty Committee ti.-lemiss in its efforts for tested primaries in this in party friction and tion and desiring at leu"' tost-has been tho slogan ty for many months "N County without n priinr Fpirit for party harmom for party success, the (.w with it in conference on crats of the county, thru and largely attendud, th upon, selected and porsu.. believed to be acceptable the various county office- trict. including this count the preference of the Gar in the district has been n a democracy of the county a contest before the Auk respected by their fellow this county is n part. In fact If this arrang-leaderjn this county en operation of the democrat of democrats hero would . democracy owed to us In general election in No von Idea and purpose the Cour.t byiMiblfc announcement f t offices the candidates th t ,71 ing to the party that the any contest before the Au r the democracy of the dlstr dntion suggested for the J Garrard County In a con' w endorsements of the cami made with the approval Mi Executivo Committee. i tl strongest and the most n that with tho proper supi :;! ty it will be elected in .N What good reasons c County for not accepting Surely no one could with ir fiscal heads of Garrard (V a republican ticket this f. mistakes and incompetent visible to everybody. Tin pike built in tho four years than five miles of reconstr n lias not been an adminfstr j accomplished four times It is true that the cost of c same time the present adr value of lauds, which iiur proportion, and it has h the increased cost of akc was made in this r .1.11 W accept the State Road F 101 rard County, for two year thousand dollars ($:10,00" i a Im large sums of money in ha carry on the work after t J. ministration amounted to . u! sum of money. The dom-ta hopeful future, in the ; ml Williams to take over eu. I n' purposes and hnve it oxp-- ' capable road engineer on ' does not think thnt those v .i tin county affairs with the RcpVa In fnct, fl.? administration. to criticise it recently and t nlei Is n failure, u threo in one ain; will doubtless become funnier to is over and its meaning full My mittee can confidently prom f th' sented is accepted and clewed, t affairs will bo greatly improved, for in the election of another si Neither can tho people be nsked t lican ticket upon the plea t i end State administration. . e . htia ir U , i i s . - .1. , con-mi- st i 3 ' I I . 4'-.- I - Candidates femocratic THE COUNTY COMMITTEE c pnrtv in Garrard County are Committee, composed of two niA from. ench of the K scvun- ...... WW ..1.. I t lie Ajnr: ml. HiHiun ui iiiu .wi ted since the Inst County elcc- wonien, which hns prncticnlly , and since the disastrous in November, l'Jlfl, nnd Inst vcar, giving the opposi- Nntionnl government, nil hns that stops to unite the party wn prominently in order if wetnber, 19111, whs hoped for. of a full County ticket in the :ts t urned some doubt, unless th capable nnd worthy domo- II County nnd District offices, resolved that it would not be feces. nwnro wim nowy con- the past ltnve usually resulted ly defeat in the general oloc-an- d even clinnce in the con- (Jry good democrat in the coun- fcns for our party in Garrard Moved by this n in August." ipeful of laying a foundation mmittee has brought together occasions the loading duly advertised at of the county have agreed nerve for election, dumocrats icople, capable and suited for o avoid a primary in the dte- tiuns and public expression of Mitty democracy of candidate nvn. The committee and the oful that their effort to avoid mary will be considorod and ts in other countios of whieli 1 de-ctii- -n demo-oinentions Tha Central Record, Lancaster Ky. Thursday, June 2, 192! , 4 nnd plan as promoted by the t with tiie approval and co-- .' i Ai district our gtruggling band it as the part thnt the district it ed help in the contest of the Actuated by this controlling Committee is presenting nlnons for the various county upon and are recommend-pte- d and nominated without nary and nre requesting that wise consider the recommon- invoivngt nominee without tnmary. The statement nnd in presonted in this issue are A he Instnnco of the County nmiittce considers this the tcket to he had nnd believes, the democrats of the coun- r I red to the voters of Garrard cratic ticket nt this time? iranco ask thnt the republican endorsed nnd the election of iM be an endorsement. The present administration is too not been n mile of new resent ndminfstrntion. Less vork hn been done. There i i twenty yenrs that has not jit in the same length of time, tt 'ion has increased, but at the rtion has doubled the assessed h tho tax collected in the same :jds available in proportion to n The fatal and inexcusable ii' an administration refusing to ir .vhich was really paid by to approximately thirty and ut the same time investing n ry and having no money to an it. This nction by the ados to the county of this large ommittco enn point the voter be of their enndidnte, Mr. J. C. n' of money available for road I under the supervision of a b all the time. The committee iMc heretofore nlTiliatod in the nnyty will endorse this fiscal rJtrablicans have been heard emu it in tho expression thnt it n'inlstration. This expression to the voters before the election plained. The democratic com-th- e people that if the ticket pre-- I the managing of the county d. What can the people hope similar county administration? g d to elect another county present republican the i Gnr-untin- f repub-ndorsta- been performed in his few clection will be certain, is not years of service as County At- feared by his many friends, torney nre nn all suiriciont who believe that he has made gunrnntee for the future. It his "railing nnd election sure" lias become too well known to and that he will succeed himrequire elaborate mention how self as jailer next Novembir. fair to all in administrating J. H. CLARK this olfico, yet linn nnd deter-- ! For Magistrate mined is this gentleman in tliu enforcement of tho criminal It Is prncticnlly conceded by stntutes, to the end, that good nil that .1. II. Clark has made order and observance of law one of the best magistrates is the merited pride of citi- that Garrard county has ever rMry of he entire county.'.,, am now Umt wk8 for ..e ,,c. u.-- w.e i ounty mm. ri.,lomination of the Domo. not suffered a penny loss in nn ,R, ,Jllt n, ,t wou t enUc ...tion in a court of law during ,,, , ..-- .,' i ir n u?J cvavivvM ti ti'iivv Ms incumlmncy as logal rep.jlir, HON. J. C. WILLIAMS , t fmI r years, to .. jaaa a 'v oaaaaa aaaBHS v rese.itntive The sttrling worth and good ,.!..!... ......I.. of the (ounty iIs . him to ihU most im : i f. r.. l. i... "y. portant post in the gift of the trad of character of Mr. .1. C. . "T " Williams, are well known to oi menoN who are Dooming Garrard county constituent . Mm for This enn- the people of Garrard county. .it. !.... The salary of the office is i in. ..i i... l lint lie ,. . is minllliod ami I'liiot in Keening .nor commit; aaaaaaaEiHp 'aaV aaaaaaaaaa !,u,,'",rler8 " equally as woll suited for the ? 'M uT , jiniuuH, who Wate with the arduous dutu 3 'jBaaBaaaaaaaaaT BaaaaaawvfaHr oimi,ii upon a magistrate, versatile rutpiiremonUt of this urn spenk of him, "Gruen Clay incumbent most important office in the but the pride with which hi i3 a fine fellow, and n in his homo count, irenmity is frankly eoncodud by Wnlkor dandy good County Attorney. tnkes any opposition that may bo respective of the small remui He ought to be kept on the job found. erntion should endear him to for another term." It is now 'iaaaaaaVaaaaaaal The party authorities nnd the people of the co.int, known that tlx Fiscal Court whom we leaders present him to the pubbelieu will clivt hfm aaaaaaav faaaaaaaaasBaaaaaa for the next four years will he to lic ah the very bst material to important ofLce next tin a new f'nurt, nn inexperienced 'b had in tho county for Conn-t- y l body of men, required to han Novcn:btr. Judgu. JUDGE CHARLES A. HARDIN ror the ounty, important i Mr. U'illinms was born nnd dle matters, new questions of big Since the formal announcement of Judge Charles A. Hardin, jrnisodinour county. His ne- -j com ern. Thin body must ns a candidate for the nomination for Circuit Judge of the tiro nnd successful husiuour on the County Attorney rel for 13th. Judicial District to succeed himself in t.mt office he has !lif has buen spent here. He legal guidance, nnd business 'een confined to his home in Hariovisburvr, Ky., very desperis widely known as one of our advice. It is all so plain how ately ill from the effects of a carbuncle on his neck. How-tve- r, most prograssive Airmen and the County needs the semccs his supporters and friends, who are numburod by prac- His stockmen. successful of onu woll experienced as ts .tically all who know him in this county, will bo happy to learn loAderahip of the Hryantsville Mr. Walker, after next Janu-nrthat he Ls rapidly convalosciug and his physician announces Hank, as cashier, has given Therefore from this day that he will soon be able to be at his post again. Judge Hardin him training as a business man of announcement until the, served as Circuit Judge to complete the term made vacant by of wide experience, so essen- closing of the polls in Noem-' the death of the late lamented. Judge M. C. Saufley and' was tial to satisfactorily handle her, the voters, for the reason! elected to succeed himself. It appears practically certain the responsible fiscal alfairs of suggested and for many oththat he will have no opposition for the nomination and almost Garrard County. ers, which will probably be' as certain that no onu will oppose him in the final election. Under his administration if presented in the future, wilii As a presiding Judge he is very popular with nil conelected, the county will take give serious nnd favorable connected with the Courts of his district. I'olite, courteous and over all the State revenue cern to the candidncy of Mr.! patient in dealing with the bar, litigants, witnesses and jurors for roads, which the present Green Clay Walker. hns won them the deepest nffection. two years deadministrator for ROBERT H. TOMLINSON Having a keen sense of justice, applicable to the affairs clined, which reduced the road funds about $'25,000.00 for the Robert H. Tomlinson, Jr., of business, nnd a line judicial mind, which with the putient who is democracy's choice to hearing he gives to all controversies submitted, usually results three yenrs. The county will represent the county in the in a correct outcome of most ca.ses that pass through his court. also have a County rond Engiaaar u Lower House of the next ses- Tho result is that few cases that are taken to the Court of neer equal to the responsibiliIn nil, Judge Hnrdin ties of the position, selected sion of the Kentucky General Appenls from his district are reversed. has made a popular and .satisfactory Circuit Judge and the Assembly, can boast above all for his fitness only nnd who .things that he is a Garrard voters of the district will be pleased that he is to serve another will be on the job twcKo months in ench year, all of his 'county product. He was born term. m Garrard county nnd hns time. EXTRAVAGANT PROMISES UNFILLED. The enndidnte is a man who three generations ,on each side in private life makes good his of the house, who have resided The wildest and most extravagant promises were made arv n he hns always by the leaders who were afterwards successful at the poles promise, therefore ninny in Gnrrnrd; of officers connected with the Stntc adminisnow look hopefully for, lived in this county, nil of his that the number tration would bo reduced, the expenses of the State adminisward to his installation into the interests nre here, and here he and taxes would be immediately and percept"proposes to remain. This, to tration much less how well this promise hns been kept you may olfice of County Judgu of Garibly cut. As to rard County. Hon. J. C. Wil,o:ir maimer of thinking, goes be advised by calling upon the sheriff nnd learning the nmount tar toward the making of the ot vour tnxes for 11121 nnd compare it with any previous year liams thereby having the road g the election of this republican administration. In d tnd of representative county plnced system of tho not only hns your land assessments been enormously incounty should have in the fact, upon n real business basis, nnd your taxation has been increased by legislature, for a mnn of this creased, but the rate of the democratic committee does not not bundled as a political as DAVID ROSS republican legislature, and i. ;!. 4IIII1 l. ....... !.... .....j, ..f .. Mil III .....I IJIUtUIII set nor as a family grant, llilini. til think that any voter would care to vote the republican ticket The nbove likeness needs no necessity have the welfare of at this time for the purpose of tu.m.i'b approving the repubwith the unanimous endorseredo is ment of two Mush Conventions, introduction to the eonstitu- - the county at heart, and will lican Stntc administration.by The sensible thing to party. to a vote for the other county. He do his uttermost to further her prove the administration the executive committee of his encv of Garrard For more than three years the republicans have been in pacty with satisfaction, pre hns served efficiently as our iuterosts. Last November by nn control of the United States Senate. Mr. Tomlinson Is a son of unprecedented majority the republican President nnd Congress sents the candidacy of Hon. J. county jailer for several terms Hon. II. II. Tomlinson, Sr., who were elected. The country now appreciates the eight yenrs C. WHIinms for County Judge nnd now asks to lie by Gnrrnrd County, with con nted in tho Democratic August is known, loved nnd revered of happy prosperity under the democratic administration enof the paroxysm of hard times and financial disaster that has by the people of the county ns fidence that he will be elected primary. veloped the whole country under the republican control. It The class or standing of a is almost no other of her citi- is admitted that the direct cause for the tragical decline in in November. community is invariably judg- - zens. Thnt he is his father's nil farm products is caused by there being no foreign consumpIn other words, the repubed bv its officials. There can son stamps the brand of the tion nt this time of our surplus. high young mini's democracy. He licans refused the Peace Treaty arranged by the former adbe no better index to its such arrangements with nnd hnve failed to standard than this one fact, is 20 years of age nnd a gradu- - ministration countries by way of make a substitute for the former the foreign of tho Kentucky University pencu treaty as will open up the markets of the world to our Cortainly if the casual observ-'at- e vlSiilfaaaaaaaaV er were to form an estimation Law School, or he will gradti-o- f surplus cotton, tobacco and hundreds of other farm products .Much of the financial distress Garrard county on this ate in June. His law school in which we have a surplus. bnais, it could be none other career was interrupted by the which is wrecking or about to wreck so many business neoniu successful, is being caused by the heretofore prosperous than the highest. And among World War, nnd promptly errors and mistakes of nnd opponents nnd their inability to get our those who nro prominent nnd nnswering his country's call, together upon a foreign policy and curry it into cifect which efficient workers, none stand, he was sunt over seas, where will include nn arrangement tor tho foreign countries to take out more prominently, than , he remained in France nnd over our surplus which is very iurgu and which those countries HON. GREEN does our present jailer, David Knglnnd for fifteen months; nre sadly in need. CLAY WALKER Ross. It will not bo anew and .after the armistice he returned This is becoming tho consensus of popular opinion and is so generally believed that Harding is now synonymous with In presenting the candidacy untried office with him, for he home, nnd at once resumed his Hnrd Times. We have enough of both already. of tho Hon. Green Clay Wal js familiar with every detail 'studies. The committee therefore, urges that it is a mistake for Wo feel sure that with the the people to vote to npprove the nntionnl administration nt it would not be speculative on ker as n candidate for nntion for County Attorney, It the part of the' voters, ns to election of Robert Tomlinson this time, but on the contrary the administration should be of the distress which involves the business industries is not necessary to make any whether he could fill the office to tho Kentucky Legislature, warned agricultural country vote of criticism may lead nnd this Garrard county will have plnc of to activity which may tend tothe promises or pledges for him; satisfactory and efficiently, for relieve the present financial it for his past fidelity to the trust, he has served the people faith ed her interests in the keeping btresd. A capable nnd worthy ticket is presented with the and tho faithful nnd able man- fully in. this capacity for a of one who will properly safe' hope nnd expectation that it will bo elected by the people for many other reasons beside those mentioned herein. ner In which the duties have number of years. That his guard them. . u nj, , IssBiEbirw I . BHKff VaaaaaH Sal aBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB -- kHbt BBBBBBBBBBBBBBr BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBb C y. I J ot-e- 11 taaaaJ Gar-,rar- ante-datin- I 41 l- J The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday, June 2, 92 1 1 Our Big Free Pant Offer DURING THE MONTH OF JUNE WE WILL GIVE AN EXTRA PAIR OF TROUSERS WITH EACH GLOBE TAILORED SUIT THE EXTRA PANTS COST YOU NOTHING, AND DOUBLE THE WEAK AND SERVICE OF YOUR SUIT, AlO CUTSTHE PRICE OK THE SUIT ONE. THIRD. EVERY MAN IN NEED OK A SUIT SHOULD TAKE ADVANTAGE OK THIS REMARKABLE OFFER. GLOBE TAILORED CLOTHES ARK KNOWN EVERYWHERE, NONE BETTER. HUNDREDS OF MEN THRUOUT THIS SECTION HAVE WORN THEM FOR YEARS. YOU MAY DRESS UP NOW IN THE VERY FINEST TAILORED CLOTHES AT THE PRICE YOU WOULD HAVE TO PAY FOR ANY ORDINARY GARMENTS. 1 New Summer Straws, Panamas, Leghorns, Bang-kok- s and Balibuntles. Lancaster, BUCKEYE I- New collar attached Shirts in white and colors. & Hosiery Fine Neck-wea- r ENERYTHING FOR MEN, YOUNG MEN AND BOYS Hot weather clothing. Palm Beach Suits-Bro- wn Tan, Silver Gray, BATHING SUITS. Kentucky. organized Sun-- 1 Some people make Up in none A V. V. V, GUNNS CHAPEL day evening at the church by Mr., what they lack in sense. Colvmn School closed here Friday. The temporary Mr. and Mr. - F. llrown spent Mrs. Carrie Turner was on the sick Kussell Brown. An exchange says that when the fleers were elected as follows: Mr. t Mrs.C arl May ha. been on the Saturday In Harrodsburg. Sundnv. full truth about graft is made public Mis., Stella Doty has returned from .!row"' Mr. Wilbcri Hay, of Ncwby. visited "'".y'V ",ck RATESi graft will be abolished. Perhaps vuma. hii parent the first of the week. Mr. Karl Holman ha. purchased a when. a visit to Fair View. Single insertions 1c a word Treas.; Mim Annie Blanks was H'r , ru ,!,..... i Mr. and Mrs. T. S. Pieratt wore Miss Junnita Dunn, of to n office- (we failed to No ad taken for leu than 20c Nothing is quite so insistent aij guests of Mrs. Doty at Illchmond I. spending the week with Miss Stella ,wn Ml., "runetta llnwley is visiting am, Mr,., u whit hunger. It -- omes unbidden, s nev- In this column. No ads in this Mr- - ,!um" ,Io,man- Sunday. Dot" m Thompson wa, elected as chorister. er welcome, and departs only when I m column charged. m Mr. "ughley Mobcrly ha. purchaifooil wishes of many friends go with Misses Jennie Kyans of Richmond! f mm JrnnU. Hvns of Richmond. satisfied. I -- pent d a rord tour.ng car. them in their new home in Tuscola, sed Miss hmma Ilundly Seven Insertions for the ,0Je(, ,ast ,choo, , th(. Illinois. Wednesday evening with Mm Ola Of course, if a squib in these , , Clyde .the little son of Mr. and , price of five. J fc Thj fh ,. .... n.i .11 Mrs. Molllc Brown of Lancaster, U Uoolln. columns Is too pointed to please you, S Phone orders must bt paid 1 un .Mrs. Jrssf HurJ. i. Ill vri.vii u nriiiiiu mwicr uil .l- ot the bedside of her brother, Mr. M Miss Alice Whipprrwill Cow Prat, Soy Brant ground which all the folks enjoyed, Jones was a recent you can enjoy hanging it onto the 8 promptly. I.enxy Ray. other fellow. Orange Can and Tennessee as well as the old. The special guest. guest of Mrs. J. I). Bobbitt. and . .... i t .. Mr. and Mrs. Smiley Hill, of Millet. Hudson & Farnau. wrrv Jkev. onu .ur. M.1 inompTankage thf ideal favd for grow. What Rt ally Rults ths World. Frankfort visited Mr. and Mrs. T. 0. . son and Miss Kmma I.ee Hundley of . 1200 pounds best twine at 13 cts. Mr. nnd Mrs. Robert Clark enterHudson & Farnau. It Is brain fonv. combined Hlth Hill last week. tained the follow.ng guests Sunday rviu, nev. t'nompson aunresscu ,v Hollon was a guest of mors I courage am! sterllnc lutejrrltr. as long as It lasts. Ml Mr. and Mrs. Mai Carter and famU at dinner: Rev, and Mrs Thompson, the school and in his talk he asked that roles Hie world not .elf swertlon Oarrard Milling Co. 3t. ty and Mr. J. P. Prather spent Sun- Mr. and Mrs, Teleafus Pollard and all who loved their teacher to hold Jlni' J- - w- Dailey Friday night. or brute force. facie Henry's Say KOR SALK: One wagup their hand. The trustee, who Quarterly conference was held at ings. day in Lancaster with relatives. Miss Susan Sutton. .. L 1. ... I. C .. t .nil n U'iilniv.r nl.n ..T. I on, good as new. I'rcie $75.00, ll'tlt Tl I... .. . Ilev. Price will preach here SaturRev. Thompson will preach a series IL-pPractlc Fortojght. J. T. Henry. hf han( vhifh fauv( roaf day evening at three o'clock, Sun- of sermons on the Beatitudes, having " na""'" 01 Tailnc things as thjr come tnaj . ,iau,ner. ljinrii.lrr. nrr - u!lh day morning at eleven o'clock. .... ....... avoid some trouble, hut shaping Ihlnes FOR RKNT: Five room Bunga-lodelivered his first one last Sunday Mrs. Hiram Kay, Mrs. Nora Teatcr, morning. He particularly wants the Master James R. Anion was in that an- - comlnir ulll aoll T on Danville street. Apply at When great men travel under as-- 1 I.ou members to hear air of them. Misses Ktliel Ray and Satire Lancaster forth e meeting of the pig th man who anticipate and eier premises. George Smith. sumcd names they begin to realize- - cjulj else his bet Juitcment there Is uo Teater spent Wednesday in RichMiss Ida Speake has just closed a their insignificance. question tlint foresight pays bettet MKN AND WOM UN-- Make AOKNTS mond. A number from here attended tliTliVmts than MmMrfM select school at Scott Fork. She big money selling LaTusca Some people never stoop to Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Rroaddus and went to Richmond Monday to enter services at Salem church Gems, the stone that really loots family, Mr. and Mrs. Forest Noel the Normal, where she will spend ing utile inn. .Nothing short of a Sunday. Yj.'n of Dog's yts. and wears like a Diamond. Kvery visited Mr. and Mr. Burton Sanders several weeks before beginning her whopper satifies them. Mr. Alic Hall was here for a few Here I a story which the collector piece exact copy of High Triced DiaSunday. next school. days with his cousins, Messrs. Hom- ef true doc )nrn might Ilka In add mond Jewelry. Detected only by exMerely as a test of memory, uo to his list : A Keiitleinan had a dog A handtom thimble liven with er and Ben Hall. The L. W. S. decided two weeks Guaranteed five year. Write U ItfiM uIh. u..r. iwinn.li.1,1, ,Hff.Mnf pert. ach sack of Ballard' Obelisk, the ago to give an ice cream supper, you still remember the name of the Miss Beulah May left Monday for , r ,e. a sirang.r dUied for illustrated catalogue and Agent' Blua Ribbon flour. Cat a sack to- Mrs. A. J. Rice kindly offering the new vice president of the United a visit with her mother, IjiTusca Rem Co., Mr. Nora at Ihe tioiiw- - the do? plated a trick on terms. States. day, Hudson V Farnau. basement of her home, where the May of Wilmore. lilm. He mld first set fnt at on Lexington, Ky. Announcements have been receiv- supper will be served together with A Harvard professor claims to Miss Mary I.ee Kurtz spent Com aide of the guest, and then go around ed of the marriage of Miss Ruth L. the beautiful lawn will prove an ideal have discovered a means whereby a mencement week in Lancaster with the table to his otfier aid and preWe are still triming our prices and tend to be another dogt to Mr. James A. Meece, of place for it. The date of the sup- lie can readily be detected. Want Miss Mayme Stapp. not our customers. Oliver and Jno, Say III., Sunday May 22nd. The per will be announced next week. Deer Cultivator, $55.00, Oliver to talk to him? The following have been ill: Mr. Stcrst of Happy Life and Jno. Deer Brown Manly and Harmon Davis, Master Billie Kurtz, The of the happy life la found Brown Calf Tongues, cheap. Ice Misses Bessie Teater and Opal Davli. In the direction of our eyes ami tlx Cream Freeiers and Harrows at cost. Which do uo Mr. and Mrs. Jasper Matthew are enter of our thoughts. Wire fence, cheap. Many things at welcoming a little son who arrived look for first, complaint or praise) cost. See our 10 cent window. Whl oil gos first Into our scale for es May 22nd., and has been christened J. R. Mount and Company. timation. Irtul or mercy? Are we look Ira. Ing part nay up to compare ourselves Mr. and Mrs. Harrison Ray and wtlh more successful men, or far ! Mr. Clay Ray were guests Sunday yond tircr to the center of 6ur life I'lenty of Grass Blue, Timothy, of Mr. and Mrs. Louis MrCulley and and j T Hxchange. Clover, etc., for grating milk cow Mr. Jesse McCulley. and horses or almost any kind of Collcglats Advantage. On Wednesday morning of last Nothing creative eer yet ratno ott ctock, with plenty of good water, at week, Mr. and Irs. Carl May had . city limits, on Lexington pike. the misfortune to lose their home of a crowd unions It wa put there 7t. flrat by Individual and smaller grout. All. Bastln. with its entire contents by fire. It Is friend talking by the flreslile Mr, and Mrs. H. M. Kurtz and who make history; nnd I be choice of sons motored to Harrodsburg to at friends I Ihu most rvHin. I'orto Rico and Nancy . Fine tend a birthday dinner in honor of bin Job which falls to a student's lot If college life ha no other Justlflm-tlon- . plant. 200 for $1.00; 500 $1.75; Mr. Kurtz's mother. May 22nd. It I worth while for thn leisure 1000 $2.76. bv mail nostnaid. Ex. Mr. A. S. Cahpln, poultry expert It give you to rlirse those who will press collect $2.00 jfer M. Tomato of Lexington, Miss Joyce Syler, II. I). become, you will find, your life's plant same price. Plant circular A., nnd Miss I.onan were here visit I'mf. A. K. Zlmmeni. free. ing club members Wednesday. FRUITVALE NURSERIES Frattrnity. Albany, Alabama. Kvery man knows how to attend The true resistance of man again! to his own affairs. A few of them rataatmpblea Is an augmentation ot humanity. Iaxv one another, uld one do It. another. Kotldartt) of men I the re- Notice tort to complicity of iui.ierl(ius fact. It I thus that U esiuliii.iied on earth term of Fistic fans nro HpeculntitiK the third Krulernlty. the croud tinman The regular election of Director We want to emphasize the quality of our furmula, Cou riuuents put TOBACCO at a lively rate on the result obstacle In the way of Liberty aud of the GARRARD WAREHOUSE COMPANY will be of the cmniiitf finht between Equality, they wilt cuiiio in their time. held lumber and mill supplies. The life of your In spile of the tnoinml Inutility Georjjes Carpcnticr, the French In spile ef the arUtocnu-- y ; But r'rn- - pany at the office of thu above comon Campbell St., luincastor, Ky. v war hero, stnil Jack "Dcmpsey, ternlly Is the openlug door, I lie empty- on Saturday, Juno 4th., 1021 at 1:30 building will depend upon quality as well as the American "ftKhter" who ing purse, the helping hand. Victor P. M. MAKKSBURY I ClassifM i Lnler eied "' - f I I Sd I'H-srn- - 6-- - two-hors- e M V, V, ' l,., , i n w I le. j i Vh.-nee- We Are Talking1 To People Grass Who Want 1 Sweet Potato Plants. IL-ill- LUMBER upon construction. A stood builder and good We Sell A1U Fighters and 'Fighters. Of Election Of Directors. Kinds of Lumber lumber will accomplish wonders. Talk it over with us. and Building Material Bastin Lumber 60. Lancaster. Ky. failed to finht for his country. The money is on Dempsey, but popular sympathy ami favor is unquestionably with Frenchmen. National the pride should prompt a person to root for his countryman, provided that countryman is one worthyof the name. Hut Hugo. GARRARD TOBACCO a. Rubber Tireing have Just rectivmj a new supply of the I 3 0 (G-1- 9 WAREHOUSE COMPANY John M. Farra, Sec'y-Trc3t Antique Furniture. buy and sell OLD FURNITURE and antique of every description. If you care to buy, or if you care to sell, write or phone J, E. Elmore, I Curpentier quit fightinK in the ring in order to fiifht the enemies of his country. He U a man, regardless of what some may think of his calling. and will rubber your buggy for $14.00. Give me a trial and satisfy yourself. Fhone 187. Best Grade of Guar- 3 anteed Rubber 3 m 3 3 tf lincaster, Ky. Numerous writer tell the world A. H. VANHUSS n how to mako money, but they get little of It themselves. Some people are to painstaking In their truthfulness it load other to suspect they are prevaricating. Lancaster, Ky ttMtk rr, 3 The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, June 2, 1921 JU JUNE CLEARANCE SALE Begins Thursday, June 2nd This is our annual June Clearance Sale and during this sale we will offer everything in our store at Reduced prices, for this sale only. This means Tailored Suits, Dresses. Coats, Waists, Skirts, Corsets, Underwear, Hosiery, Dry Goods, Silks, Linens, Wash Good,s, Notions, Sheets, Cottons, Silverware, Jewelry, Blankets, Etc. We mention a few items merely to show the scope of the Sale, but everything is included, and cuts are deep. I 1 TERMS CASH MUNSING UNDERWEAR The host underwear mnd'. We line a full assortment of all stvles and sizes for Women and Children. During" this sale Munsmgwenr will be offered at 20 Per Cent Reduction. NO GOODS ON APPROVAL WASH GOODS Shirting Cheviots, per yard 29c Dress Ginghams, per yard 15c Anderson Ginghams, per yard 0!)c Peter Pan Cloth, per yard Host Punjab Percales, per yard Host Quality Calico U8c Madras Shirting, per yard (55c Reach Cloth, per yard All Wash Goods Reduced I're-shrun- NO EXCHANGE i CURTAIN MATERIAL 15c 19c 33c 50c 19c 10c -- 75c i k I Filet Nets, Marquisettes in plain and fancy, Scrims, Colored Draperies, etc., will be offered very much under price during this sale. COTTONS AND SHEETS During this sale all Cottons. Sheets. Sheeting. Cases. Pillow Tubings, Indian Heads, Etc., will be otrered at Reduced Price. I'll-low 45c STERLING SILVERWARE During this sale wo will oiTer all our big line of finest Sterling Silver Table Ware, Dishes, etc., and a fine line of Sheffield Plate Dishes, Platters, Jugs, etc., at Reduced Prices. FINE IMPORTED CHINAWARE n We have a fair line of White and Gold China, Pattern and Illue and White Ravarian China Plates, Saucers, Cups, Dishes, etc., and as we do not intend to carry it any more, will offer what wo have at a Reduction of Mfn-turOne-Fourt- h. BEST AMOSKEAG HAMS, 12 APRON l-2c GING- SOME SPECIALS 59c Gingham Polly Prim Aprons, were $1.00. Pa jama Checks, were 25c. 17c Yard 10 yards Nainsook, was $G.50. $3.95 Piece 49c Yard Stripe Shymosa Nainsook, was 75c. 15c Yard Union Linen Crash Toweling, was 25c. 10 yards Long Cloth, was $1.50. $2.95 Piece 3u-inc- h LADIES FURNISHINGS We will have special reduced prices on all Gossard Corsets. Corsets. Hedfern and Warner's Rust-proGloves, Hosiery, Underwear, Neekwe;f, Umbrellas, Etc. of ALL TAILORED SUITS HALF-PRIC- E 10-in- ALL OUR NEW SILK DRESSES " ONE-THIRD I (Imported WHITE GOODS Organdies in white and all colors; Dotted Plain and Fancy Voiles. Ratistes. hite Goods at Crepes, and all other Reduced Pricei. ONE-THIRD OFF 1 SILVERWARE During this sale we will oifer The Alvin finest quadruple plated Knives, Forks, Spoons, Etc., in the Geo. Washington and Molly Stark patterns at a Reduction of One-Fourth. ALL SHIRT WAISTS I I OFF l I I I I 36-INC- H BLEACHED COTTON, 10c PER YARD ALL SPRING COATS HALF-PRIC- E I I DRESS SILKS Right now when you want Silks we offer you our entire stock of Canton Crepes, Crepe de Chcncs, Taffetas, Radium, Georgettes, Mignonettes, etc., at Reduced Prices. PRINTED VOILES $1.00 French Voiles fiOc Printed Voiles 85c Swiss Voiles... $;1T Finest French Voiles - i 2 75c 69c 5c 69c as- SUMMER WASH DRESSES GREATLY REDUCED VOILE DRESSES MADE OF FINEST $1.25 VOILES $8.95 CHILDRENS AMOSKEAG GINGHAM DRESSES 79c dresses in sizes 6 to We olfer choice of about made of very choicest Amoskeng Plaid Ginghams. Many styles and colors of plaids and in ten styles of dresses. 100 Fleuer de Lis Hand Made Blouses Reduced 20 Per Cent SUIT CASES AND BAGS We have an entirely new line at prices very much less than last year's prices, but during this sale we will offer these at decided reductions for this sale 500 Yard I I Printed Voiles in sorted patterns at 19c yard 40-inc- h ! ! JACK TAR AND SARATOGA MIDDY SUITS AND MIDDIES $10.00 Middy Suits, now $12.00 Middy Suits, now..--- Middy Suits $15.00 All-line- only. n $11.00 Middies, now $1.50 Middles, now . $10.00 ?' Sn 'It'll ;?nn ! DIX-MAK- E TABLE LINENS During this sale we will oirer Real Linens at lowest prices since 11)17. We oirer pure Linen Tnble Damasks, at $1.60, $2.40, $3.20, that sold last year at $1.00, $5.00, and $G.0O per yard. Table Cloths and Napkins are all likewise reduced. Hath Towels and Huck Towels in Union Linen und All Linen, Madiera Hand Kmbroidered Napkins,. Table Cloths and Scarfs at grent reductions. We advise Linen purchases at these prices. HOUSE DRESSES Those are absolutely the best House Dresses on the market fit best, wear best, and best looking. Greatly reduced prices for this sale. 25c Heavy Towels 9 Bleached Turkish Bath 19x42 inches formerly sold at 75c Silk Sweaters and Wool Sweaters at duced Prices Re- I Everything about this Sale will be found Exactly as Represented, no Evasions or Reservations. Price Cards on Each Stock and all Goods Marked in Plain Figures. A. B. ROBERTSON - KY. DANVILLE, & BRO. a Th Central Record, Lancaster. Ky.. Thursday ADDITIONAL PERSONALS Mr. John Walker, of Mississippi, It spending two, weeks in Lancaster. Smith was the guest Miss I.ul Sunday night of her sister, Mrs. V. B. Griggs. Misses Maudf Clark and Mamie Brown, are week end guests of Miss Marie lUiy, Mrs. Cyrus Dally spent the weekend with Miss Amanda Anderson and A, T. Anderson. Mis Sallie Lutx, is visiting in Lex. ington this week, the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Evans. Mrs. W. M. Smith and dauRhter, Emmn was the guest Tuesday of Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Gulley. Miss Carrie Miller was a guest in Stanford last Monday nnd nttendcdj the memorial exercises at that place.' Mr. and Mrs. John S. Baughman nnd son, Branham, of Danville, were( guests of Mr. and Mrs. Luther Glbbs, Sunday. Miss Tattle Long and her cousin, Lillian Kelley, are spending several days in Marksbury with Mr. and Mrs. Emit Long. Mr. William Jess and Miss Georgia Lee Baird have been the neck-en- d quests of Miss May Hammond on the Richmond road. Mrs. M. M. Miller, of Lexington, is visiting her sisters, Mrs. Doille Brown and Amanda Anderson and brother, A. T. Anderson. Mr. Earl Morgan, of Clay county, student of Richmond College, visited Mr. and Mrs. II. his grand-parentK. Conn, from Saturday until s, Jun 2,. 02 1 1 PAINT LICK , . Welsh,. & Wiseman Go's. June Clearance Begins Tomorrow WE WILL OFFER EVERYTHING THROUGHOUT OUR ENTIRE STOCK AT VERY DECIDED REDUCTIONS FROM REGULAR PRICES IN ORDER TO REDUCE ALL LINES TO THE LOWEST POSSIBLE POINT IN A 10 DAYS SALE, SO COME EARLY AND OFTEN AS SUCH PRICES CAN ONLY HAPPEN DURING OUR SEMI-ANNUA- BEGINNING TOMORROW, L CLEARANCE SALES. TERMS: COATS SPOT CASH HALF PRICE NO APPROVALS-N- O RETURNS OFF SUITS One-Thir- ONE-THIR- D Wo offer during this sale choice of our entire Unrestricted choice of our line of Tailored Suits stock of Spring Coats, at Half Price. d at reductions of nnd more. 525.00 Coats, reduced to $12.50 $25.00 Tailored Suits, reduced to $16.75 $20.50 Coats, reduced to $14.75 $39.50 Tailored Suits, reduced to $25.00 $30.50 Coats, reduced to $19.75 $49.50 Tailored Suits, reduced to $29.50 $48.00 Coats, reduced to $24.00 $59.50 Tailored Suits, reduced to $37.50 ALL WAISTS REDUCED ALL DRESSES REDUCED Mrs. Marie Ballard Davis, of Mor-- i canton, N. C. arrived yesterday and will be the guest of her parents, Mr.; and Mrs. John Ballard for several weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Loyd Boume and daughters, Misses Ella Mae and Virginia Lois Bourne, were guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Dunn, Fully one hundred and fifty Dresses of Taffeta Every Waist in our entire stock to go at reduced prices including Crepe de Ciienes, Georgettes and Silk, Canton Crepe, Mignonettes, Etc., go in this sale Hand-mad- e Voiles; about one hundred beautiful at very marked reductions ranging from Voile Waists, selling regularly up to $7.50, at 20 to 50 Per Cent Off. CHOICE $3.75. HOUSE DRESSES MILLINERY lf of Atoka. Mr. and Mrs. William Lear, Mr. and Mrs. Ross Bastln Dr. and Mrs. B. C. Rose, spent last Monday in Frankfort, the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Henley V. Bastin. Mrs- - W. M. Metcalf and pretty daughters, Mary Bano and Kathryn Dale, of near Klrksville, spent several days with Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Hammond at their home, "Hill Top" on the Richmond road. All Spring Hats at Clearance prices of One-Haand less. Our entire line of Gingham, Percals and Lawn $7.50 Dresses at sale prices. $15.00 Hats, reduced to $4.75 $2.50 Dresses, now $1.96 $10.00 Hats, reduced to 5 $4.00 Dresses, now $2.9$ $7.50. Hats, reduced to $1.96 $3.98 $5.00 Hats, reduced to $5.00 Dresses, now $-7- GIRLS DRESSES AND BOYS WASHABLE SUITS AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES WASH GOODS 40-inc- Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Whitaker are rejoicing and their friends are rejoicing with them, over the arrival of a handsome baby boy, who took his abode with them last Tuesday. Ue has been named James Russell. P.i .11 Wll.n - I)!. ....Ill- - c and Mrs. Perry Evans, of Middle- town, Ohio, Mr. Vanderpool and Mrs. DRESS SILKS at" re- Mr. J. 0. Dark was In Lexington last week. Mies Ruth Rom waeta Pa4nt UeW for the afternoon recently, Mrs. J, T, Thompson has beea". quite 111 for several days. Mr, nnd Mrs. G. M. Treadway spent Sunday In Lancaster, It. G. Woods went to Richmond' to see the ball name Monday, Genuine Kanawha Salt. Hudson At Farnau Miss Mabel Hall entered W. K". N. S, at Bowling Green last week. J. B. Woods. Jr.. honored his old home town with a visit Friday. Little Martha Lou Montgomery hs been quite III for several day. Mr. Wm. Klnnalrd wa with Mr-Edwin Walker for the week-en- d Miss Dora Scott entered E. K. S .N. last week for the summer term. Paint Lick ball- team wilt nlsv the Normal team at Richmond Friday, Mr. and Mrs. Hise Davis of are here with the home folks. W. B. Roop attended the burial of his grandmother In Richmond Tuesday. Several from here saw the bM games In Lancaster Monday ami Wednesday. Miss Belle Denny, of Stanford, k the guest of Mrs. Robt. J. Walker this week. Peoples Bank took advantage of the Holiday Monday and had a new Moor put down. Mr. John Dusan. of Louisville came over from Centre College for a visit to Mr. Edwin Walker Saturday. Mis Jennie Parks has been the guest of Misses Margaret and Lucy Francis the past week. t Miss Sara Susan Roger and Messrs. Jack and W. I Reiters. Jr.. visited X. W Rogers at Red House Sunday. Miss Emma Estridge returned from Monticello Friday brinrins- - wish her 9 of her prlie pupils from th graded school there. After decoration at Manie Monday Mr. and Mrs. IL B. Todd and family spent the day wit Mr, and Mrs. Thos. London. Mrs. M. K. Rose Is expected heme from Colorado Springs next week. She Is reported to be much Improve1 in health by her stay In Colorado. Miss Mary May Walker rehirnai home Monday evening from Greenwood, Miss., where she has been tne gueet of Mr. and Mrs, J. W. Turner. Dr. Patrick and Rv EtrMe w called home, from their fishing trip on Cumberland river Sunday by the Illness of little BHHe Carmen Patrick. Mn. R. G. Woods and famllr and Jno. White Jr., spent the day Km-da- y at Nirholasville and attend! the memorial exerciaes at Nelson. funr .. Vn Mitchell, of Winchester, have been, with Rev. and Mrs. A. W. Vanderpool at Hubble .during the Illness and! death of their baby. The C. W. B. M. held their last' meeting of the Missionary year Wednesday afternoon at the church. E. L. Owsley had charge of tho program. After the program a social hour was enjoyed. The election of officers for the next year look place. Mrs. All Dress Silks in both black and colors, Our entire stock of Cotton Wash Goods, at re duced prices. duced prices. Heavy Crepe de Chene, now Best Apron Ginghams 12Vc $2.25 h 3G inch Percales 19c yd. $2.50 Taffeta Silks, blacks and colors, now, 18c Shirting Madras h 14c yd. $4.50 Canton Crepe, now Hope Cotton 10c yel. Hoosier Cotton 36-in- ch 40-inc- T.k Memorial services were , U -- .I . 1 kU . tit f $1.89 $1.98 $3.80 conauciea oy me American Legion. (lalne. of Berea. ilellrrnl t address of the evening. Mis Elitabeth Walker. V. neen in school at K. C. W. will it. tum home tomorrow to snend tk . cummer month with k UriV Wh ...111 ! Will 1 IMf WHITE GOODS All Corsets CORSETS at reduced prices including such All Linens, Flaxons, Organdies, Nainsooks and celebrated makes as La Camille, Nemo, Bon Ton and Fancy White Goods, at reduced prices. Royal Worcester. HOUSEHOLD LINENS All Table Linens, Towels .Napkins, Crashes, Sheets and Sheetings, at reduced prices. Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Smith enter tained a few of their relatives Satur-- , uay. I hose present were Mrs. R. D. Allman and son David, of Richmond, Mrs. 0. W. I'otU' son and daughter, Welby and Mabel, of Cincinnati, Mr. nnd Mrs. Buford Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Jlobert Yater. An enjoyable day was spent by all. Similarity. you see a ninn." said "Sometime Senator Sorghum, "who betimes toward bis country the same an lie does toward his wife. Tlic more he says be loves tier, Ilm wgrw liu seems willing to treat her." ID HOSIERY AND GLOVES All Ladies and Misses Hosiery in both Lisle and Silk ,at reduced prices. $1.U0 $1.50 Silk Hose, at MIDDY SUITS Middy twenty "Mnr-Ho- f Suits, of Poplin and Washable Satin, in White and Colors; sizes 16 to 20, at $7.50. Choice of about MATTINGS, I Matlmae Lewis, GreeiwWrg, Mildred Upton. Louisville and Ull. Jred Robey, Frankln, who will ht herg uesU for a few day. Mr. and Mrs. V. M. Bnmu u, . vtynn. .Misses Cora Rn-.n- t Ava McWhorter and Beulah Ledf&rstV ami Asossrs. Willie I. Raven. w Coldwell and Messrs. Tnvlar ..J , Todd, of Berea, attended the Rural, Carrier Convention at Wilmere Monday. In tho afternoon they all ' went to Ilisrh Brldire. All a nice trip. Misses iffnutii flA,l . . u. ' -- irs nun ta atra xuiiraiii irvunc mian vnu i UNDERWEAR All Lisle Vests and Union Suits reduced; also aU Silk and Muslin Underwear. Gowns, at $1.00, $1.50 and $1.98, LADIES AND MISSES age of the Akron (O.) I'rvse. RUGS AND 3 LINOLEUMS at Reduced Prices. LACE CURTAINS AND I J Working Llkt Bcsvsrs. "Beaver tin mi f..r . ..i- -. of three months or mon. each summer nnil VVilVM I preiewuirti, . 1 beaver." ll sutlil. "work Ilaltlmuro 8un. IMaa WANTED; Salesmen for 0,000 mile guaranteed tires. Salary $100 I I weekly with ejttrr. commissions. COWMAN TIRE 4 RUBBER CO. Pox 784, Chicago, Illinois. CURTAIN NETS at Reduced Price. SHOES at Reduced Prices. She Missed Those Satnta. minr.ui talog a print of iMtt Supy.-l9Bltt- N ulikli uas at. Anlbimy use which wa, Prowls of When tela they wero uot In the croup, eke exclaimed t "Wviil i iu., A very rellulou ti,b " All. i iL .. . " Tax Notice. All persons who do not pay taxes due the Lancaster Graded Common Seheol between row and June 15th. This Is by order will Is advertised. ot the board of Trustees. These taxes have bee due since Dec. lit, '"'HW urn TZI Welsh & Wiseman Qo: DANVILLE, KY.. " Weeechuck ...... ..... IIH. Jt ' J. X. STOXMES, Pres. W. H. CHAMP, Sec'y. ; eteel traps, hut the animal often f guaning oT lie own Im an near the iawa of tha ir.n nyn the Aiiierleati romky wmeumea a weoabnk wtM msM nnt tm mm tf (loWSI a lUrrnW w v, noii aeai nimeetf ta ; H Hkm n ... Htrd in eutllM r" . i u - "-r--- sx u bna. n4 pult Mm out. fur k s niimlilt ii M. ww vevwwiHPneBr a ias te r Section Two THE CENTRAL RECORD. YEAH Ktght Parss THIRTYIUCOND LANCASTER. KY., THURSDAY AFTERNOON. JUNE 2. I 92 I . NUMBER 0. HtHNHIHtHttMlMIIHMHMMtHHMIIHHIMIUHHIHIIIIIIIIHH VALUES! PRICES! UNBEATABLE UNMEET ABLE HAS limitmniMMtt'""lltttttftttt' THE ABOVE IS A COMBINATION RARELY FOUND IN PRESENT DAY MERCHANDISING, BINATION YOU GET DAILY AT THIS STORE. BUT IT IS A COMBEEN SE- OUR STOCK OF DRY GOODS AND FURNISHINGS LECTED WITH THE GREATEST OF CARE, AND THE REQUIREMENTS OF OUR OWN PARTICULAR COMMUNITY HAVE BEEN GIVEN EVERY CONSIDERATION. PRICES DOWN. YOU CAN BUY THE SEASON'S CHOICEST PRODUCTS AT PRICES ENABLE US TO KEEP THAT CANNOT BE MET BY THE AVERAGE HOUSE, AS OUR FACILITIES FOR BUYING JUST NOW WE ARE MAKING ESPECIALLY ATTRACTIVE PRICES ON Voile and Org andie All $2., $2.50 tj ( aists and $3., Waists at $1.50. BATHING $1.50 "Waists $1.00 SUITS AIND CAPS. 3 J. BLUE GRASS Great E. DICKERSON LANCASTER, Sapiro, John W Newman, Veratllc, president of the Hurley Tobacco (.rower Association, formed lail year, asked that Judge 1'obcrt W. Itingham, of Louuville. who i chairman of tho general committee, speak. Judge ltlngham said that hi efforts had brrn insured by a visit to California in which he av the ditrcrewte in the surroundings of the majority of the ual communities. He declared that he had aked many question to tintl what whs underlying enusc of Ur great progress among the farmer, jtarticulnrly lhnv of the classes that did not produce especially large cre. the He said that he hail fourxt marketing iumomm to be conceded m the came in every iBHance. He Hurled that the advantage to the feit ' uoiild be very irreat. ought to "We know MHMuthing Judge lllnKham. Mid be dime," "The plan under which we have been telling our tobacco i wrong. Mr. Ilreckinndge then wait iuKhI to exprtNW hi viewn. He mihl he wm not connerled with the tobacco iiuiiutry. hut that he hud heard Mr. Sapiro explain the praKitian twice ami Unit he had failed to rind any fullactv in hi argument. He declared that he hoped the plan could be found MiccetMful and bring to Kentucky farmem the name victory which had been won in California. "California Iwut poorer crop, crop that arc net universally uiod or need ed, while Kentucky mite a eommod. ity that l univeroul in it ute, but Califomhi ha un idea which in IVU'U. L'l enablwl four out of live of it farmer to make money, while Kentucky tobacco grower were loing money," Mr. Saro, who w counel for a group of California ald marketing organlxatlon. in hi addre. He explnned the California cooperative murketing plan, which i being adaptetl to the tobacco lndu-trative iiiarketing lirganixation were amended it would be incorporated in North Carolina. bill amending the He luud that Kentucky law, which forbid pool, had been prepared and will be ready for presenting to the next ih'mioii t f the Kentucky legislature. The California plan, Mr. Sapiro taid, had been udapted to the handling of i!2 farm product, rnmxl by Mi.OUO farmer and worth in aggre- KENTUCKY. be handled in such a way that the crop would be o!d only a the market could absorb It at a living price, he added. The contracts under which the rrower would pledge their tobacco organization are to the binding and the court have upheld Mr. Sapiro said. He aisert-(- 1 them. that in fourteen cases erganization had forced "welching" grower to deliver their crops. & SON sold. When FARMERS Approve Sapiro Plan. Mrellnt Niilit in l.ilnfton on Thurtdsy Dicuir To. Ixcco Situation. 27 That May Ky.. Lexington may lie the, center of the tobacco markproposed eting association kim it t formed, practically wat announced here Inst night by Aaron Sopiro. marketing t the Phoenix in hit addre Uxington, ex-pe- O hotel before lnkerw, tobacco grower and warehousemen from almost every county m Kentucky. Unanimous rndorewent of the plan outlined bj. Mr. Sapiro wm given by those present at the meeting i ii Lexington, the peer wim. ' handling ami hou-- , h.. r.nlitie far centre! point. ing the tolweeo It i proposed to make Lexington the thief market center of the whole .tat1, ami o'Nco of the association probably will bo located hero. rel.oxington The meeting garded by leader m ,H'' wvoment marketing to organize n association am the most Important in the history of Hie industry in the last 16 year. Kndowomcut was muilo in addre-c- t by Senator J, N. Kehoo, Mnwn county. Dr. Samuel II. Holley. Lexington, Desha llreckinrldge, editor of the Lexington Herald, at the conclusion of the pceeh by Mr. Sapiro. prominent men More than U00 who had been Invited to thi conference by the preliminary committee hi organization to hear Mr. Sapiro,n composed the audience. At the of hi address, question were lired at him from nil part of the nudiencc. He declared after the meeting that a eloe and careful tudy of the planSva evidenced by the detailed nature of the Inquiries. A vote of thank wa unanimous ly tendered Mr. Sapiro by the men present. Following the addreit of Mr. . then told of the adaptation necc-nar- y to make it elective in tobacco. the He cMrncteriiod the plan a merchandising adopting farmer instead of dumping their method crept on the market. erted that the toThe speaker bacco grower aloHe was roHnibIe for the breaking of price of tobacco. There M no reao, he aertoi, why the entire crop Im,uM bo dumped on the market within a few week. He clmrocteriied the prent method of markeUng tolwicco through the auction ytem, whereby the buyer Im4- in tohaceo at the rate of four haiket to the minute, a the mat amateur-it- h foltowtNl in the marketing of tiny farm product. The grower, he ha no idea of how the price i Axed or what It will be. The idanuud erganlnition will only binding be compJetod if contract grower "5 per cent of the hurley tobacco grown in the county agree to ortell only thru the ganization for a period of 6 year, he . raid. Then the induitry will bo di( districts, each containvided into ing ii nearly a possible one twenty-econ- d part of the entire crop. och will elect delThe grower egate nt the rate of one to about u million pound of tobacco and thuv direin turn will meet and elect ctor, all of whom mutt be grower. The other director would be named of the probably bythe governor state in which the tobacco I grown, to represent the public. aid, ho The wnrehouemcn, Mr. Sapiro nlo told the grower will not loie a thing. Their plant that while It win the dclre to the organlxatlon In Ken- will be lrated or bought to handle tucky, the heart of the hurley tobac- the tobacco and the expert grade the the tobacco for the grower and prepare co growing Induitry, that utile it for market. The tobacco would regarding Kentucky law y. gate J2SO.000.000 :(nnuaUy. lie Mr. Sapiro concluded hi What happens if a man doesn't go addros on the program for in? marketing of Kentucky tobacIf a man slay out he simply stay co he wai bombarded with question out. If the whole association deals speedily. The with the factories they will soon stop which he answer questions were ctrered informally going to special trouble to take small from the tloer the quotioncrs re- crops from outsider. maining seated. The princial quesHow do you tell when 75 per cent sign up in the association? tion and answers were a follow: Ha the contract of the growers The committee make n survey. with the growers' marketing associa- On the contract each man states the amount of tobacco grown the prev-io- u organization, he tion been drawn up? proposed The These are being drawn up and it year. This i the basis. said, would hate no capital stock Has the Supreme Court ever passThe is hoped tliut they may be circulated and would pay no dividends. crop would be marketed over the next week. The contract will be ed on the Clayton amendment? very elaborate, outlining many deThe Suprenme Court had the Clayentire world wherever there was a deton amendment and especially Secmand, ami the best available talent tail. Doo the title of the tobacco go tion C, under which this association would be employed in the work. to the association when it take it will incorporate, before It. It ina In tolling of the movement a over? terpreted this section. It therefore whole. Mr. Sapiro said that it win It doe. The aseciation on re- had the opportunity to declare It unto form a separate organisa- ceiving the tobacco ran do what it planned constitutional and by interpreting it tion of the grower of hurley tobac- d r is with It. oi instead diaclosos it acceptance of it. co, the dark tobacco growers of WesWhat kind of receipt doe the proDoe anything planned conflict tern Kentucky, and the grower of ducer receive? with the Kentucky anti-trulaws? bright and suncurod tobacco in the The producer receives u roeoipt It i not believed these will cause Virginia. They will, showing the Carolina and .trade and amount of any great ditrieulty. Some believe in their toboeco turned over to the associahowever, be it will. A new law will be oirered woring. koops the seeking to make the formation of the tion. The it throug hother seasons. pro"Murketing of agricultural ducts," he wiUl, "it ivuentially a upon It depend group problem. what your neighbor raised and th absorption power ofthe world. "Kvery year you are told that there H un over production of tobacco. This U for the purpose of beating down tho price. You were told this year that the buyer would take only 1 .'.0,000,000 pound of the hurley tobacco crop. Already they have taken more than --'CO.000,000 warehouse receipt. Is tin advance made on the tobacco on it receipt? A meeting is hold with Iwrtkera a one of the flrU imiwrtant step Financial arrangement are made and if HNMible on the day of delivery, customarily within 2 hours at least after delivery, the advance is made. It i requested that all take this advantage. Doe the contrast alfect the land or only the tobacco? jwjumli. The contract alfect only the to "The tobacco marketing plan ha bacco. It does not compel man to been worked out with due regard to raise tobacco or attempt to force him the Kentucky and federal law. The to raise any certain amount, but doc co- control all organisation will be a the tobacco which ho operative association. raise. What about the agreement be"The agreement, when the organization is completed, will bind the tween landlord and tenants? growers to deliver their tobacco to Thi always bring complication for five year. nt first. A written agreement bethe Where the landlord and tenant divide tween the landlord and tenant is the crop, an agreement will be made nearly always the result. which will enable the organization What is the period of each pool? The period of each pool I a tingle to market the crop and they pay off the lien. Teh tobacco will be receiv year, but a tingle crop year' pool ed at local point and graded and I may be carried over for marketing non-prollt association undoubtedly legal. What law will be introduced? The law premit any kind of cooperative marketing association, but it ay Juit what the association can do o,nd what it cannot do. Will it be considered clas legislation if farmer are given special privilege in marketing? Agriculture U the only Industry which ha individual production. This wrll be the point raised and it will provu uccoful. I'ublic olTlce is a public trust, and often an object of distrust. Trouble about the only thing the present generation Is willing to surrender without a price. 1 to hard work Devote tho same amount of energy that you do to oorn plaining and you will find the cause for complaint removed. It U possible, of course, that you worry over the faults of others merely for the purpose of evening up the sjcom when they worry" over yours. ( The Central Record. Lancastei , Ky., Thursday, Juno 2 92 1 1 Jud Tunklnt. Jnd Tiinklns nays tntnn people mt tr novo nny Idea of pulling together unless tht proportion Is some kind of n political pull for their person! benefit. The Cook's Wants. New Cook Yes, ma'am. I not only want to use tbe front door when I come In, but 1 wants you to scrnpo your feet when you cotno In the back way, Iloston Globe. The Ibtrlans. The Iberian were nu nnclent po pie living at the tnoutli .if tho tbcrut (Kbro) river In eastern Spain. Later tbo Inhabitants of the entire. were cnlled Iherlnn. The term now is applied to tbo primitive Neolithic and brotue-ncmen whose remains and relics lire found In nnrlent graves and grottoes throughout western Ku rope. The rncc was characterized by Iocs heads and short Mature. Ttie term Iberia still Is fr i used In reference to Spain .mil Portugal, specially In literature ,n. exprvslon Iberian peninsula tie i ti.ie common. e MANY FORMERS MANY INDUSTRIES TIER TO TflRinnn (Keep Rccoiil Of Crop Production Costs. Prohibition of Weed Would Mean . ni LOSS lO DID a WHO Jitv iiuiiui vu ni iiiubKv in tuvi rinanciai arc keeping cost production records Allied TradCS. on tobneco and more than US are 'Keeping similar records on nil farm USES THE MATCH? operations in with the Paid! We The highest market price for your roosters last week and are still paying the highest prices for all kinds of LUCI STRIKE .QARETTI Ten for 10 cents. Handy size. Dealers carry bo tat. 10 (or 10c; 20 for 29t. It's toasted. The Smoktr Malnly-A- lso Rssponslble for Spending Hundreds of Millions Annually for Licorice, Sugar, Coal, Cigar Bouts, Fell, Etc. By GARRET Tin SMITH How many times n day Is that que, tlon asked In these fulled States? How ninny more times Is tlx ipieMlnn unncceary becnu mot povketn are kept well supplied with the usoful little nrtlcle? Anyhow. Inmmtirh ns It Is "(lot n match?" tobacco users In tho country, we would guess that the ahner to that question would run luto the hundreds of estimated that there nre .'W.Usl.Oi) passes on to the next world he probably realizes how little he really amounted to in thi When n fellow one. Government arc like people. If they prcsist in carrying chip on their shoulders wmc one I sure to knock them off. Sound and untroubled sleep is one of the greatest rejuvenators, and n clear conscience is conductive to such sleep. How's yours? Por If It weren't for the smokers In these iliijs of electric lights how mnny mntrhe would be unedt A pretty small proportion of the number of the.e ".tlrks of Mime" i.r.Kliie.il m tlie country etcry year. Ahotlrh u baeeu and the match business uould he shot to which Hut the iimtrh buslne Is only one of n dozen or more allied ludiitrtes Farm Economics Department of the College of Agriculture and the I'm .ted States Department of Agricul ture, those keeping tobacco production records nre equally divided between the Hurley and dark tobneco growing areas. J. C. Mclvln is assisting farmers in the Hurley ec tion with their records while J. II. lluton is performing n slm'lnr work, in the dark tobacco district. The number of tobacco records being kept this year is about the same as that! of last year, according to Prof. Nicholls, head of the Farm Kcono-- ; mics Department. The number of complete records Is larger than in lU'JO. however, since farmers in the' Stnte nrc producing other crops than . d:L1 J vs iV- l"'tiiiunuc rc mcrtury PRODUCE & EGGS Phoneus we want your business. Harroislii STANFORD ST., Ice k MRr. Mm ' , j COMPANY. K. L. HAGAN, prv. Controls Chick LANCASTER, KY. Ailment. Coccidios which ntack i PILES! henwr-rhold- i. sre If you bllnj o sufferer with pl1. Never mind what the rest of the from the Brtor bleeding. )nu will set relief application nl for world thinks of you. Old St. Peter Km4r lulnl doespiles snj fllluU. by soothlms not smart. S1.00 is the boy who will decide whether null, prepaid. you enter the golden gate. r. OIK, till Mmtictair, or not ikuuiiK. I;. UU ri' IVr-Irci- lr t KEEP YOUR MONEY AT 5 3 HOME City banks arc paying 4 per wnni CITIZENS P ft cent on time 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. CornerPiibllr!Square oiuljDnnville Street. Lock at Things Calmly. Much depends on personal attitude. One who Is antagonistic to or prejudiced against n thing falls to get what good there may tie In IL One who Is In a "receptive mood" geuerally obtains the most benefit. Men cheat themselves oftener than they arc cheated by others. Question for Astronomers. One bright moonlight night my lit tie sister was playing on the front lawn. Presently the lit tie one gazed at the sky Intently for b few minutes nnd then queried. "Oh, sis. when the sun sets does It batch the moony Chicago American. d Sugar Once Considered Medicine. Sugar was at first sold by apothecaries, both na a meillclue nnd as a thing to aweeten nnd make other medicines more palatable, for In those day a medicine which was not hitter and nauseous wot not considered effective. The tugar habit grew on people, the production was stimulated and today tho whole world uses It as food. Oil and Literature. Wo venture to sny that tho struggle for Iron and oil will produce no such romantic recitals as Stewart Kd- ward White' "Gold." nor such vivid California stories an those of Ilret Harte. nor the Alaskan adventure talcs of Itex Heach and Jack London. Kut It Is even too early for prophecy It remains to tic seen If oil and literature cun mis. Christian Science Monitor. chicks from Mohammsdan Oath. dcrho large revenues dlrertly or Posltlvt Sources. The Mohammedan takes an oath with Inillreftly from the tobacco trade and the time they are three to four weeks The positive force of writing or of his forehead revcntitly resting upon would suffer heinlly If national pro-- o'd u"ti! they nre mature and which hlhltlon of tnliiireo wern to gu Into causes the death of mnny of them speech must come from tHtsltlte iu oxti Koran. Taking the book Irs energy, depth of feel- - j hands he stops slowly bowing Ids effect n smiie of our reformers would may be controlled by the use of one sources ardor, I log or of thought. Illrglnson. j,Hod until It touches the book. have it Hie nnnual sales of tobacco ,Mrt of bichloride of mercury In three product,. Imvil on retail price. Is e. ,hoUMTJ( p)irU of wnter , d Call for a Conqusrlng Hsro. To Kill Moths. nt LICIT.! is (If the eot , .. ,l l "iuiii. A few drops of your favorite tier- - Man lias conquered the air, the In f, I.I- - "" nf t.r.Mli.l.... ...Ill dmppml on small pieces of pum. dlons ami the elements, and has sub- f the Veterinary of elgurs, elciirette and other forms lto nu,m',,rs iw irr uu niiuai. of the weed, wmie hundnils of mllllim ' iwrtment or tnc Kentucky .gncui ire smne ami lain among ciomes win buiu u.e rooinn nny ami gire a uenraie mere imtni . if o.ne way n lam Illchlo- - j dolhiM nre (iiild out for oilier llilucs tuntl Kxperiment Station. our crments-Thr- ift Mag. Ing the auto since he has to lire nlth than th,. mw tobacco and labor of ride of mercury tablets and direc 0lor Trlhune. tnaklng It up. ,,on. for making the souttton may xln'- . a Ytir for Boxes any drug store. J25.000.000 be obtained at Por example, the tolmeeo trade eon- The disease which is a common sume earli enr I.VBMNt pound f une among young chicks causes a, Miiuid licorice, TiUs.i"l of sugar, greenish white diarrhea nnd eventu W B DICKERS0N W 0. RIGNEY both lied In IhiTorlng tohnreo. and ally results in the chicks becoming iVVUmO tons of enal. It I estimated MuggUh ruffled, j nnd their feathers that the value of wiMMlen cigar holes used Is $iVKM" n jenr, quite nil It is en u led by n coccMlum which; Item to the luinher business and to lives in the Intestine and seta up an I inllnmation. manufacturer of the hoxes. In making In view of the fact that the dis- ihea tioxes ,'kVl.(s) pound of nails nre employed. Other ease is carried in the droppings it urge Items ned In making nnd pre is necosary that nil Infected chicks paring tohncco for sale nre tin and be isolated from those having the foil, paper for hng and clsnrette end Office Phone 18. Residence Phone 33, trouble. Care also should be taken wrnpier. cloth for tohacco hags, la bels, coupons, etc.. Involving the print to see that healthy chicks are kept off soil which has been occupied by ing trade eiteiMltely, Then building contractors and tiinnii- - i those having the dlseae. fnrliir4s of machinery nre Inrgely In Any symptoms of this disease or terested. InvoMtnent In plants nnd any others in the poultry Hock should machinery emplojed In manufactur be promptly Investigated and remeing tobacco are etimatrd at f t(K!.l)00,. applied in order the -.. U (s. onIteploretnent, upkeep nnd Inter- - dies of a large number toofprevent the Mongolians Are ninana kmcs. chicks, Arnsrican.Llke. the Investment make no small loss John heard bis mother et nnnunlly. department has suggested. I'oultry-met- i There are n greut many olnt of re-- speaking of her fatorite colons whttsj sum having diseases or trouble In emblance tietween tho Mongolian and and green. A few day later, John, And let realty men note there nre approximately .Ti'.lNio tobacco farm their flocks may secure information the American Indian. They extend to looking out of tbe window at a snow In the country, with n total estimated by sending specimens of the diseased perwiuat and even religious obsenr- - storm, said : "Mother. (Jd muit Ilka vnluatlon of Sinn.fi iO,rV). Of further In birds to the Veterinary Department anevs, notwithstanding the fact that the same colors you do, because In terest to l etnt men Is tho fart of the Kxperiment Station, Lexing- tho Mongols have long been converted winter He makes eierythlng whlta to LamaUm. one of the most exaction and In summer lie makes everything that there nre Tdl.uO retail establish Ky. t green." and Intolerant of religions. exchange. ments selling tnbaren. Involving a tnlnl ton, rental and lmxlble to estimate, besldeN the large nmount of of fice spnro occupied by administratis branches nf the general buslne. The Insurance men, too, have their share of the picking. The tobacco GOLtNA business pay nut annually $7,noo,W) GELE.H .. , ,..,' ,rink-tlmiite- ! .... i W.fAPKiNEV - & CO. ( Funeral Directors and Embalmers Lancaster, Kentucky. I 1 d p In tpe United States, And there are the railroads who reap revenue from U.'.M0.si) ton of tobacco products every year As for the advertising buslne. here ngntn It Is Impossible to form any estimnte of the enormous annual outlny, The prohibition of tobacco would nlo knock it hole In th receipts of Iho t'nlted States government. The Internal revenue receipts from tohncco for the fiscal year lirjO amount cd to Sk1,Sf KUITA 1 1. Customs duties provldod an additional $i".. ex in round figures, making the totnl revemni In premiums good-size- tern .w .) return to the gow-rnme- I.TJO.fsil.OUO. 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 and maintenance, its case in operation, all have made the Ford car the Krcat favorite in every land in the world. It's the one car that always satisfies and serves. A utility beyond question that all can afford. Wc will be pleased to have your order. Don't delay because the demand is heavy all the time. Wc havc almost everything in motor car accessories, sell the cnume Ford Parts, and assure the best in mechanical repair work. Haselden Bros Garage. t nterested m nny car except Ford these editors reprottit miiiiii M.tslO.fjOO renucrs mo ruii form a pretty gen eral test of national opinion. In their remarks: meoMiMiityiiig Ui,.r replies tunny of the edit,t.tir....-It as their oidlilofi tlKit the "fipoH'tkm of their coiiilititiiltltK to tho Hho4on ll IhuhI to HHoe extent Mt of lobiii-ci- t least on th dnmnge suth a ehutig would do to tint hulfie Interests of the community. This was tmrtieulurly true In thu tohacci growing stutes and center where there were large lohncoo - Influence on Popular Sentiment It I this Interlocking of the tobacco bus ne with so many other Interests mid the vnst amount of llnanrliil loss that would be Involved In the abolition of toburcti that is ono of the most serious aspect of the proposal to pnw limit l fm unio or tobacco, u proposal, however, which has little smumrt by public sentiment If the tiewsmitier edl tors of the country nre cornet In their estimnte of (hut sentiment. In a poll of the editor; made recently by tho Tohncco Merchants' Association of the United State, thrr.ush the I'ros Servliw Company of .Now York City. P. er cent of the 7.S17 editor who replied expri'Mcd the iiilnoti that the of their eiimiiiiinitles were to any nw against tolmreo. As I rhiN-Jvof hsidsnsd sisal discs Imbsddsd in Isy.is ease i NV TK "foresight" waa as keen as "hindsijhf, there would bo A no embarrassing, distressing and cosUy delays on account of punctures. Last Puncture-proo- f pneumatics are oil tho name Implies. In evry essential of material and manufacture they ore equal to any tire you can buy. Thru this one feature okmmation of punctures they surpass oil others. If othar o tires were puncture-proo- f they miftht tJ-s- t ss p.ood. Dut because this tc an exclusive feature, Lee Puncture-proo- f tiros are by far tho best for any service Wfwre tlw saving of time, labor and money is desirable. On cars used for business or commercial purposes this woll-mad- 0 "Anotlicr puncture! Dad will cntcli us sure, lie's got LEE Puncture-proo- f tires on" V'' y V V Z U especially true. A -- ruts rubber are built Inioevtry Lee plant. VB a And it needs only ono or two unfortunate experiences With punctures to Convince the avernea car numr that It I wisdom to bo on tho safe sido with Leo Puncturo-proo- f tires. Wo will bo glad to demonstrate. Hut when the extent uf the huMnrM Involved In tbe allied Interests of the tobacco trndo Is considered, m uImix briefly outlined. It Is clear that there Is hardly n section of the country that wount not ie nnerteii directly or In directly by uloi:h!ig tubucco. CONN & CONN, Phone ee, Lancaster, Ky 'AW I ) m n iiuiMMTwr ' fP The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, June 2 92 1 1 . M. S. HATFIELD DENTIST Office over The Garrard Bank. Phones Office S. Residence 37G. LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. FRUITS AND VEGETABLES J.J.Byrne Exclusivt. Optometrist O Office Hour, DANVILLE, - KENTUCKY. Opposite Gilcher Hotel. 8 to 12 and I to S p.m. J. A. Beazlev MINERAL DIRECTOR OHIc Over National Hank. Itetidence I'honr 3. Oilier I'hone LANCASTER. KY. 27 pipe won t iDurn your tongue if you smoke R A. ! j rr " a s. V; n! f ErEi ,,i (x. ItJ,tppr tin. mU In jwwuf fifft Dr. Printus Call, Answered NUM. Walker VETERINARIAN. Promptly Day or Phone 317 KENTUCKY It U Not Too Early to Begin Planning ta Dry and Can bom of Your Qardtn Crop The Photograph Shows Suitable Equipment for Canning and 8oma of the Attractive Result. (I'rrparrd by lh. Cnltut Hates Im.tit of Axrlrultur It partloilnrly ilcMrnhlc to rati or dry the fruit mid segctable raised on tbr farm, Hk tin- - rw product cnii be gathered nnd treated when absolutely fresh nnd nt Just the proper Mage of ripeness mih! tenderness for bct results. The ntcrsiie lunn family probably run anuunlly more than INI quart of fruit and vegetables, tlw e renter part of which I fruit Cunning club have bevu Itittruimtitsl In stimulating IntrrrM In running on the farm. The drying nf fmlt and nn old fnnu art until recently on the ileellne. linn been offers n good rethed quite gcticrnll) within tin mt two )rnr. ThU pro-means of prcscrtlltg perishable without eolalllnc for culiliilner, as In rniiulng I sen-tabl- Ftlnt Alhttt if rrW t)t'f aW hU pmmi tin LANCASTER. ttytttl flu. hmmUr ulth mfit.nr 35 WANTED Liberty g Stetrs, X Buds, Bankable following: COW eee Wts er Cash for lh s i ji o .5 ji jj Ji FRESH. YOUNG JERSEY WITH CALF, TEAM OF MULES, PLENTY OF MILK and one Canopy Oil llroodr Single Comb Ilrown Kggs. lf for II or 1 m for ff CA.SII Prepaid in Garrard and ndnlnlrig counties, HELPS CHILDREN Provides Needed Supply of Protein for Building Up Muscles and Body Tissues. ERLE C. FAKRA llox 173. I.arcastrr, Ky For Up-To-Da- te Plumbing, Heating, Guttering, Roofing, Repairing, and all kinds of Tin Work SEE OK I'HONE P. B Lancaster, Ky. Quick Service and Hood Work Earliest New England Dwelling. Is generally thought thnt the MUCH LIME ALSO CONTAINS otflirid utth mut other food, first kind of dwelling built by the The fellow who tells atl he know early settlers In New England were milk roiitaln. murli lime, but cry litpltHieh und other sreen Mtlilom knows much to tell. tle Iron. log cabins, but as n matter of fact, on ecetablH Ailt Child to Grow, to Keep Well hand, are ami vgs yolks,Iron. the other The crsroads of life I n kooJ these pioneer often felt obliged to I This tery rich In and to Build Up a Strong, Vigwatt until after they had reaped their plncc to stop and think. first harvests before they took Urn Body orous Clsan Whole time to erect anything so durable and Milk Most Otslrable. "Love thy nelKhbor as thyself," elaborato as a weather-tltfi- t cabin. ay the irood book but don't let Like the primitive fPtepared by th t'nlt. Hlstae IMart-m.n- t of southern Aartrulturvl of Kurope, like the Indians' of Mexico, her husband get wise to it. If a child I Mow It wrlslit they used what caves they could find. aftrr It rvarlir tht ne of Iwi'ltr. the In telling the world to "say it Hut often they merely dug in, finding rhanriMi iirv much nsiiltut ltt rwr !. with Mowers" the florist themselves a shelter much as the armies In cumlne normal, child npeciiitlut )'. France did during the wur. fail to practice what they preach. yet revernl tntlllon Atnerlrnti children some put the number at S,(),(HK (eneral Leonard Wood advises are below urlslit totay. lltfeiit ur teaching the people of the Philippine vry nude In different part of thu Islands obedience to law and order. t'nltnl Stntf. both In the city and Hut if we can't do a better job of In the country, illcloc the fact that I 10 to .10 per cent of the chol children it there than we do at homo we had S5-- 3 Ki urToyed weljh at , In each cotimiunlly better stop before we start. eeut le 10 than they kt lint hould. Kpldiinlr find tbeae under Uki I' uelsht chlhlrfn eny lctllim. and larne f X ' aW A AUsfXVJ number die from omtasluua cIImmui'X Tcr Three each )ear. that mlcht have lived If Have Made Lk Easier By C.nar.tlon In nnnnal tvu- - J their hodle had U.lnq . wla- dltlou when they were rxprwed to thn hut If that (NtiiHit he hnd It Is hrtter to tic ! n frch nklm inllU t tin ti dirty or iNethiiviille nhule milk. A iimrt of klm milk, evi'ii iepurntir lltn iHllk. eotitnln about u third of IMI fM, ulilrh u eupfHl of nearly nil l wn In tin- - whole milk. C.jrrlkt 121 exept the hfltterfat In feeilllii: nklm hf PL J. RnaU Tak.cco C. milk, lionet pr. It U mti-'iarto make .Wlaalraltat, e up for tl- i- Htllnc butterfut by N.C tin1 child jileiity of butter to eat. If It f ahMduteiy lmpmlble to pet frealt milk, thfii etmden.eil, owdcred, or eupnrated milk may be uel. No one can expect to make a hit Contain Much Lime. when they nim at nothing. lii-r- e civ-In- Get that buzzing in your smoke-sectioKnow for a fact what a joy'us jimmy pipe can and will do for your peace and contcntl Just check up the men in all walks of life you meet daily who certainly get top sport out of their pipes all agiow wun iragrant, deltgntful, friendly Prince Albertl And, you can wager 5'our week's wad that Prince Albert's quality and flavor and coolness and its freedom from bite and parch (cut out by our exclusive patented process) will ring up records in your little old smokemeter the likes of which you never before could believe possible! You don't get tired of a pipe when it's packed with Prince Albert! Paste that in your hat! And, just between ourselves! Ever dip into the sport of rolling 'em? Get some Prince Albert and the makin's papers quick and cash in on a cigarette that will prove a revelation! pipc-party-b- ec j Fringe Albert the national joy smoke It Continuous Reign. lecturer says thnt women will be ruling this country twenty yean from now. Of course; why should she abdicate? IlostonTTranscrlnt. A The Penny Was Lucky. A Hot Springs man carried a lucky penny till It wore a hole In bis pocket,' through which ho lost a $10 gold piece. Arkanaus Thomas pnr Cat 11 Christianity's Achievement. With Christianity eurae a new civil Untlon, nnd u uew order of Ideas. Tastes were cultivated, manner refined, views broadctK-and nature spiritualized Anurias. Passion. Fetters Forrjed It Is ordained in the eternal constitution of things that men of Intemperate minds cannot be free; their passions forge their fetters. Ilurke. But Why the Hurry: young Kngllsh girl of socially prominent parents, being asked by her teacher what K. S. V. T. meant, replied, "Itusli In, Shake and Vanish I'leasantly " A IT XPECTASiL ChlUl-Blrt- U-e- i , Washington's Religion. There, has Iweu considerable contro-cr- y over the extent to u tiled religious belief entnred Into Wuhlngton'a bow character. Ill own chronicle Uiat most f Id Kundays, except dur-tu- g vrben tio foil the obliged to act an example, lie spent In answering letter. going over til account, hunting or doing any business that Uioko with whom he wns negotiating had no scruples. In choosing pectje to work for hltn ho et. up no barrier of creed. Judging men from o itandpolnt of honesty. Industry d ability. Farmers Losing Millions Scrub Live Stock Attend and take part in in Farmers Better Sire Sales rlaed Bourbon Stock Yards Louisville, Ky. June 2nd 2C0 pure bred registered bulls will bo sold at auction. The sale is held strictly to improve the quality of live Bidstock in Kentucky. ding limited to farmers. You nuko your own price. Movement backed by U. S. Government. University of Kentucky, College ture, Governor of Kentucky, Kentucky Pure Bred LiveStock Association and Louisville Live Stock Exchange. of Apicul- Writ today for full par. tkuUrs antl free chart hewing increase in profit from pure bred. Address W. S. BELL, President Uife.fl LWf Stick Exdmii LOOMVILLE, KY. I rontacton. Not Quantity, but Kind, of Food, Even at Picnic Parties Milk I an Important Item. It I not a question of the amount of l piwlded for the American j i reamn why combination of vge Imi I undernourished, but of I ytlk and milk nnd of tecetabte and child thfl kind n the prtortlon In the fam- - milk Miould be Riven a child. When milk Is k'lven to bablen thu nl.mt n lur" Illes of tlio uell n that In the poorer illstrlct. An ctdll I usually taken from it, nnd It effort I now Mni; made by various LU Mfe to do Mil for all young chll- ceiirie to tench children and tjielrAren. When milk U ued n a drink nlild Ih slpp.il. not cutlet down. imrent (he kind of food that be jclven children; anil the uccWM that I nltenJInc the eJTort I enrotirai:-Inc- . FRUITS ARE OF IMPORTANCE The Ihlfie tre!ed uiCHt In these mmiulcn I thnt clilldrvti must Valuable Chiefly Because They Suphave plenty of milk. Give no abundply Qrowth Stimulating and ance of thnt food, and you have cone Substance. way In clvlng n rhlld hi n lone etintio! for henlth. A quart of milk The use of fruit In the diet nrc n dny for ever' lillil I not loo murli. green vece-tablay nutrition of the Trilled much the same n those of vegetable, though, unllkn most lltntes IeMirtment of Agriculture, tlu-- have u considerable ercentuge for milk help n elrild to crow, to keen well, nnd to build up n strolls, vigor- of sugar, especially when they nro dried, and sugar I a quickly absorbed ous body. fuel fiMHl. Like vegetnldes, they Imve Milk, being a liquid, I noiuetlme value Wiiuo they contribute somu of with wnter, ton, nnd coffee, build-In- g the nitrogen required for ulniply a n beemge, by tlioso who und repair, and tome energy, food sir not understand It value n food. IMetH of the Tutted Stateji DeThis It ii grent mistake. If nil the partment of Agriculture say. How. wnter were to Im driven from a quart tner, they nro inlunlde rhleily bivause of ten or coffee, almost nothing would they supply nnd be left and the little that remained substance nnd also would lime prnrtienlly no value n mluenil inntter needed for bone und food, If. on the other hand, the wafor many other puroes. The quandriven from a quart of whole tity nf these material In fruits nnd ter were milk, there would be left about half tegetahlcs I smiiU, It Is true, but ery best food ii cupful of the large In lonipnrlsixi with the amount Including butterfut, nnd a in many other common food, kind of augur not so sweet us gmnit-Intc- d sugnr nml known us "milk sugar." together with other material needed to make mucle, hone, teeth INTEREST TO Atl nnd other pnrtu of the lxuly. these vnlunlite food sulmlnurii nr HOUSEWIFE ordlnurlly e'ther dlolvel or tlontlng Milk I also In the water of milk, very ltnMrtnut for prnldlnc Ilia Wattles hoi;id lie cooked over u substnuie. or illu- slow lire. Apparn mine, culled ently nothing enn servo n well m I good baked The red kidney milk, as ii basis for the diet of a just a soup Imiiii nro buked. henlthy child. flood whole milk I desirable, but Immature mrul, such as veal, lamb and ork, should be thoroughly cooked. If n mother I obliged to tluN.se clem milk und rich milk, she le plat; good u Never had better Inke the clean milk. Ilest of all, of course, I clean whole milk, pastry grease Ita own tlu. fo-xto-d- o 1 SOLO r ah oau. ito.il fjf Ship and Sail under the Stars and Stripes to all parts of the world with SHIPS Stripes the Wowing from their masts nrc more sailing the seven They nrc. by the chant Marine Act, Mer1920, WII O0,ltt. OTHI1MOOB...I.I Slt I. If , Atuait, c. si.eruis aisuurosco, Diri-D- Bureau? What Relation wnole Crnt family," (tostcardj Tel, "consists of Auto, Arlsto, I'luto ond Demo the Inst being the most truly American und the best mixer." IJoston Traiicrlpt. The i Stars once sens. e, ultimately to be owned nnd operated by citirens of the Grivntclv " tlun growth-stimulatin- g They arc American ships, carrying passengers nnd, as President Harding has said, carrying our car.". goes in American bottoms to the marts of the world." Keep our splendid ships on the seven seas under the Stars and Stripes by sailing and shipping on them. . Famous French Fortress. Carcassonne, the walled city beside the snows of tin) Pyrenees, the most famous medieval fortress In France, nd has beeu prescned as a national The old city stands on monument. the summit of a hill overlooking plain In all directions, and Is surrounded by two enormous walls, whoso i2 pointed defense tower show completely the art of defense as understood between the I'lfth nnd Thirteenth centuries. The Itomans ruled here, then the Visigoths from Sp-dfor three cctiturle, then the Saracen, and tlually the Frencli. 1 He Accomplishes It Is usually the fellow who doesn't know any better who does the tiling that can't be done. You see. the poor fellow doesn't know It can't ba done and so be goes ahead and does Thing. It Kvchnnge. She "Suppot-- I didn't dres as well a I do now, would you love mo Just tho same J" Her Klance "Certainly, dear. Why, that's as much as to say I won't care for you after we are married," lloston Trnnscrlpt, Her Sartorial Prospect. 1 TO EFFECTIVELY ADVERTISE FARM SALES Use the Paper ; I jl jj r-- Free use of Shipping Board films of Shipping Board motion picture films, four reels, free on request of any mayor, pastor, postmaster, or organization. Use SHU'S FOR SALt! l)) (Ta Amiimk ciIikiu Strtl tlf.in.rt both C4 nJ coal Uuiwi.. Atw ocul imcr oui hull arvl rvtuvswi lust. Fuithrr lnfj.rn.tlon may t by that covers Central and Eastern Kentucky Like a Blanket. Of 1 THE LEXINGTON HERALD (Incorporated) For rates and further information write J. L NAYLOR, Adv. Manager. LEXINGTON HERALD, growth-promotin- For sailings of passenger and might ships to atl parts of the world and all other information write to rtun U. S. Shipping Board WASHINGTON, D. C LEXINGl'ON, KY. grt-us- e Se'l The Central Record. Lancastei , Ky., Thursday. June 2 92 1 1 iBBssaflM'"' risV r9 ' sLVmafLsiW jmBSKt JssSSSSSSSrV New to Prices We are showing splendid all-wo- ol BsssWiff suits for men and young men. Our standard of quality nt the new low price of ' .'LLsiiY LsiiiV $25.00 $27.50 Boys Knee Suits LADIES LOW $35.00 $32.50 $30.00 $7.50, lO., 12.50 and $15.00 LADIES LOW SHOES AT MANUFACTURERS COST FOR 30 DAYS, You can buy clothes for less than we sell them but not the same quality SHOES AT COST MANUFACTURERS FOR JAS. W. SMITH HOUSE OF QUALITY. 30 DAYS, BEGIN. 1921. BEGIN. 1011. NING JUNE Copyright 1919,lIartScbaSncr&Mari lit., LANCASTER, - - KENTUCKY. NING JUNE Coprtkta 1?:0 Hut Sfhittntr & Mux BRYANTSVILLE Ilal-com- Mr. and Mrs. Newt Gosney. Little Miss Itoxic Fay Mullins has Master Cecil Montgomery has been returned to her home In Lexington, after spending several weeks with on the sick list. Mrs. Nan Mullins. b her grandmother, Mr. U. II. ltnlcomb ami JctT Mr. and Mrs. K. I. Brown were were in Wllmorc and Nicholas-vill- e in Stanford for a week-en- d stay with Slonday. Mr i. Eliza H. Ballanl, Misses Mr. Brown's parents, Dr. and Mrs. accompanied Mayme Ballanl ami Stella Mac Grow Brown. Mrs. Brown them home for a short visit. ipent Wednesday in Danville. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Woolfolk and Misses Jean and Viola Rankin have returned home from Millcrsburg, Mrs. Davu Collins, of Lexington, rewhere they hacv been nUmling turned home Sunday nfter spending a few days with Mr. and Mrs. Robert school. Gullcy and family. Master Maurice Christopher, of The ladies of the .Methodist church Somerset, is spending several day Logan will be hosts at a Measuring Social, with his grandfather, Squire Saturday afternoon from four to ten lion. o'clock at the office in the church Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hutchinson yard. Refreshments of ices and and children, of Danville, were guests cakes will be served and every one Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. M. 0. Ken- Is cordially invited to attend. A nedy. small admission fee will be charged. Mr. and Mrs. John W. Bryant were Come and help a worthy cause. called to Paint Lick Sunday by the A number from here attended the illness of their little granddaughter, commencement exercises at Asbury Martha Lou Montgomery College, Wilmore, Sunday. Among Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Woolfolk and those from here were Mr. and Mrs. Miss Marguerite Woolfolk, of Lex- J. II. Edward. Messrs, Thomas Henguest of Mrs. ry and Robert Edwards, Miss Marington, were week-en- d garet Curtis, Messrs. W. H. Brown, Eliza II. Ballard and family. -- The New Ten Commandments 1. Thou shalt not watt for something to turn up, but thou shalt pull otf thy coat and go to work that thou mayst prosper in this affair and make he word "failure" spell "success," 2. Thou nhalt not be content to go about thy business looking like a loafer, for thou shouldit know thy personal appearance is better than ;i recommendation. 3. Thou shalt not try to make excuses ,nor shalt thou say to those who chide thee: "I didn't think." I. Thou shalt not wait to be told what thou shalt do, nor in what manner thou shalt do it, for thus will thy days be long in the jo"b which fortune hath given thee. r. Thou shalt not fail to maintain thine own integrity, nor shalt thou be guilty of anything that will lessen the good respect of thyself. )!. Thou shalt not covet the other fellow' job, nor his salary nor the position he has gained by his own hard labor. 7. Thou shalt not fail to live within thy own income, nor shalt thou contract any debts when thou can'st not see thy way clear to pay them. 8. Thou shalt not be afraid to blow thy horn, for he who faileth to blow his own horn on the proper occasion lindcth nobody standing ready to blow it for him. 0. Thou shalt not hesitate to say "no" when thou meanest "no" nor halt thou fail to remember that thera are times when it is unsafe to blind thyself to a hasty judgment. 10. Thou shalt give every man a square deal. This is the last great commandment, and there is none like unto it. Upon this commandment hangs all the law and profits of the business world. Anonymous. a Spring Fever. (Atlanta Constitution). Whet is eallei1 "spring fever" was first known whon one of the first fisherman heard the call of the river morning and beck',n a oned to a boy who looked like n tutit digger. A nearby llcld was calling, too; for there was battle of the grass going on tberc, before which the young and tender plants capitulated. But the fisherman heard only the river's voice; the bait was there, for he digger; and the idle bey wns willmid-Apr- il SQUEEZED TO DEATH When tho body begins to stiffen and movement becomes painful it is usually an Indication that ths kidneys are out of order. Keep these organs healthy by taking In America. ciwuh In America started from lUnton In 1001. First Stage Th Frt uee Ourkt't Idea ef Statetmsn. A ability onld ! dljw"i t pnirTf. and an ifit""'. taken together, my Ultnnt llnr QiHfr Msndard of a statesman. COLD MEDAL Instead of Can. tiling ar itmi for colli rtHKtdale and nwvmita am uied In the Interlnr nt Smith America and by th hlt'ljtan. Otlwr mUtlttitr are . red feathers, lnn splkea Hid rntx fiw lea. trii - A handiomn thimbla each lack of Ballard. Blue Ribbon flour. Gat a sack today. Hudion Sl Farnau. Mr. and Mrs. Dock Dean and Mrs. Nora Dean and children, of were the guests Sunday of N'icho-lasville, R. D. Woods, Eliza Woods. given with Carrie Mae and Mattie Belle Obelisk, the Misses Wood. President Harding, following the example of President Wilson, is appointing literary men to diplomatic posts. At last we are not coming into our own. r Thoroughbred Horses Annual Summer Meeting at LATONIA (ConTenient to Cincinnati) June 4th to July 9th Stakes: luttHU mm Ju. H Saturday, Jua 4lk titmm sum Satwear, UTHU Hssf Saturday, Jvu III Htcuur S.UfW.r. Saturday, Saturday, mmr Juh 111 uwitu tmieu umu mu: of the horses on the ground, the excellence of the program book, and improved accommodations for patrons combine to insure the success of the meeting at the popular Latonia Course. The unusually high class " Itik SuUrday, --Iwa J1 m hhu omit UTHU till Saturday, J"1' ad HKIMUII Saturday, J "If Za4 Those who visit Latonia this month will enjoy the finest sport in its history. mm taMKMWC saMKtf Kentucky Jockey Club Incorporated IMtr, Jatf 4ts ttm. kmc am ttl Saturday. July Latonia, Ky., Course It's "spring time" and the srops will come to harvest, even if you On April 13'.h. we had our drowse n sunny haur or two away. communication with Cuba. That's the phlloephy of it. The ticket operator unswered n Jlut deliver the spring garden "tx" signal on u Macon-Atlant- a y circuit expecting a "wh report" from much of that Atlanta, whan "ticket from philosophy. I from Better make a determined effort Huvan, Cuba," greeted our ears. The operator "grabbed" for a tick- - to shake off the spring fever habit ( it, her breath, end the supervisor ami gt the garden going. Then, when there is drowsing all at the same time. Finally the scerce was over and time, you'll have something worth rhe managed to compose herself while to dream about, while birds long enough to record the details of and winds sing you to sleep. the ticket and unnounce the call to the called telephone. After anTons of Petals. nouncing to the called telephone o Italy's perfume manufacturer 1.S0O tons of orange blossoms Hat "Havana, Cuba, was calling Mrs; O'Conncr," the operator was stun-re- d 000 tons of roses, ISO tons of Jasmine by the subscriber hanging up the and violets and 13 tons of Jonquils receiver (thinking that it was only a annually. Joke.) Finally on reannouncing the Boxes of dreen Lumber Weaken. call we convinced her that it was a Packing boxes made of projiorly real call, and the connection was sensoued lumber are found to resist established. touch bundling six to ten times as At tlrst, Mrs. O'Conncr could not well a thoe made of green lumber. lealizo that the person to whom she Tlic reaion as demonstrated by tho was talking could be In Cuba, for forest products laboratory, Is that tlio fibres of tho moist wood tlirluk away the connection was as plain and clear from the null us the stock diies, and as if he had been in the same city so loso tlnlr grip. with her and talking over different telephone. Southern Telephone At Th "B. R. Z." News, Macon, Oa. Margaret, ft, obliged to spend a night with her mother at tho Y. XV, C. A., Trouble comes mainly to those who awoke to Insist iiKn a drink. Mother recognize it as such, was coniK)llt-- for lack of a glass and fountain to make a drinking- cup of her If some one doesn't .come along bands. Margaret, very much with a fresh sensation we will have frequently recalled tho Ina tedious day of it tomorrow. cident and several months later astonished us by asking: "Mother, why This is a good country. It will don't you ever let ibb drink out of continue to be a govt country as your hands llko you did that night long as Its people are good citizens. at the IL It. Z.T Cleveland 11 a to Dealer. Let's have no ether kind. tele-phohappy-go-luck' con-sum- Thought Cuban Call Was a Joke. Astronomer's Advantage. ays an astronomer Jud Tnnkin is somewhat like the old Its effect talk In surli In rue figures, )nu'd millcolored brother tried to describe: er bellete Jinthlns he say than try "I des so lazy to chek nt .i' arithmetic. I donno what to do! I)e yaller fly light on me, China's Orest Vsrlsty of Trees. But I never tell him 'Shoo'- China bus a greater variety of trees than lli whole of North America, and 0 I so lazy many remarkably handsome, specimens 1 donno what to do." Most willingly the world falls a are to be tuvn there. Many of them gronn In this country with victim to it The lines fall from could be profit. the istleas hand of the hired man who drives the slow team afield; the Universal Reason. man at the plow at the furrow's Sho was old and gray and was tubshady turn, leans restfully on the ing In a little pond near her house. and almost nods his I asked: "Well, Auntie, what are you catchlngr Sho said: "I ain't catch. hoiid off. Only the field lark look, lively, Ing iiolhln'. 'fntn't nothln' In hycr to catch." "What are you flsblng forr and the crows that wait the Sho said: "Cazo hit's I asked. aru alert. baudy." Wynne (Ark.) I'rogres. and boy, they went the river way, the one not caring a snap whether or not the fish were in a bitting humor, and the other almost equally indifferent after he had climbed n tree and rebbed a bird's nest. Fishing is fine when, in spring time, they bite awake; but "the sweet influences of sunny spring time weather makes drowsing and dreaming on the green, bank of river tho most delightful thing in th world. Kvon the "pull" of the fish that preverbtally "gets away," can't rouse the dreaming victim of "spring fev- - ing. So the man Wher ths Grouch Errs. Tha world's sundaid rttn.Jf fat kldnajr, ! to do I Uv.f. bladJir and uric acid iruubUs. All that the grnui'h anJ to get in step with hi fHlow. Famous sine I60& Tale irBuIaiif All sins, all keep in guud haelth. la Ihi.e I that he Is trylnx to as itpiMntX that all htm druggists. OumiiK Ua keep strp with hluivlf and make leak fa Ua mm Cat! StU! m eierjtwdy riw come to time with him, east eaaast mm IraUatiw and tin man erer was bis enough to do that yet Hvrhsng. WaahlngtrYa First Newspaper, Mtgsphones In Oil.' The tlrst iiunpa,er published In Wathlnctnn n railed the WashingWe recently read of one of our newly ton (intctfe It was Issued on June rich paying for an old master 11, ITPd. and Mere reminded of a remark made by ltobert Henri, the artist, on a simWorm as Thin ss Straw. ilar ran. "To a millionaire of that a srawonn of eg. tyi'. Jou know," said Henri, "an old Samoa boast tretne slendeme. like a fine straw, nutf l merely uwcaplione for his which Is eatii. Ilkn tho ojrster, both money to talk through." Boston Tranraw and nxitinl script. Oirds Stem Attracted by Dlus. A er." 1ittdua Mall-pape- r manufacturer ikimago front eonvltlerable urrowu The sfiarrows tlook down en tliv dark blue pulp uw'd In lit manufacture of paper and are drowned. It I believed thnt the color attracts them. Tho iulp In. no odor and there Is n cauiil near by which provides) Uiem with drinking water. suffers Cream Lor. To ilream you am at Urn equator signifies an abundance of the neces-sltl- iof life. To runners It U a good omen, as It promlx good weather and fliu crops. To merchants It foretells a decrease In business. To cross tho equator In a ship, riches If the ship Is North bound; poverty If Soutli bounik To see a line where the ejua. tor Is denoita gmHl business life. success In coimuea-ia- l nuallfl-cations, plow-handl- es g BARGAINS AT HOME Why leave your home town to find bargains when we will give you as much for your dollar as you can get elsewhere, because money looks just as Trade good to ua as It does to the other fellow. with your friends. Watch this ad each week and you will And that we mean what wo say. THREE DOZEN YOUNG MEN'S SUITS AT PRICES REDUCED 50 PER CENT. $20.00 $40.00 values, now $30.00 values, now $13.75 $27.50 values, now Panama Hats $3.75 $7.00 Young Men's Dress Caps $3.50 values, now $2.00 now $1.50 $3.00 valuer try produce. Everything reduced. Highest market price paid for coun- Noah Marsee, Jr. General Merchandise Bryanttville, Ky. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday, J une 2, 1921 TWENTY PRINTERS WANTED. CASE MEN, MAKEUP AND LOCKUP MEN; LINOTYPE AND MONOTYPE KEYBOARD AND CASTER OPERATORS. Jutt a Squatter on Abandoned Land Br KATE EDMONDS. Ujl. tv. .lam N,MiMr InUn. I (.Vphns ilcrrllt wiir dend Jlurrltt, the rich, erutitrle, philanthropic old lueitliiilit nf (iriind iNiutevunl, whoe An idc hud bti.'ii u syimiiym for Integrity In MurtliiMlllo for forty yetirn. Ami the Mg nlore ntul the Imnk und the Innuuiernlilv pieces ol real estute that he hud owneil bote und there In Ihe Mate euplfiil hud fallen to liU miserly nephew, llumtltou Hall. Iluuillton iipeiit live ilii) with Ids lawyer, ntul lit the end of that cr1d l llmt of Oephua' tenants bud lietti living rent frco for ISy. one-fourt- h ' Wnnt experienced men, but can uie a few with little experience. Working forty-eijchours per week. Open s hop, under conditions. Permanent position! with wages from $30.00 to $45.00 per week, according to ability. Do not apply unless permanent position is desired. Apply at once, giving age, years experience, position desired, references, salary expected and when you can come. 'Address, ht " first-clas- ' . 30x3 Staniasrdi M'' - .:SkiciTire This new low price in mnde possible by strictest economies and specialized production. Plant No. 2 was erected for the sole purpose of making 30x3Jj-inch Non-Ski- J curs. The Standard Printing Company, (Incorporated) Louisville, Ky. An Interview With Col. H. C. Whitehead, Remount Service, U. S. A. motor drircn vehicles and trench warfare, th ratio of horses to men for thn Al lies was si one to font sgalnst one horse to earn ItV men during our own Olrll Wnr. Ami had llm former lasted a fine wreks longer, the shorts tu of horses would hate Iws.i woefully arm The broad tana ot the American llPiiiount As.Tclatlon for selective breeding are, thereforr. nn liuiortaiit link In our rhaln of na tlonal Oct cn. ' The alwive la a statement lijr Col, II. . Whitehead, of the I S. Sen-Ict- i. I'uiviissing and present-dacon-flirt ur Hut not nil of 1'eph.iN' trnunts hnd liern HMir tine of them, Mls Sldi-nlTrmer, iKrupliil the old Truvers mnurloii on norland Heights, which huil mine to her mi the ilcntli of her father twenty Jenrw prevlouxly. When Hull rend till" inline he whistled; nnd when the hiujcr tobl him thut he, too, lled free, he whlMlcd again. "Voir see lt tliU way, Mr. Hull," mild the luwjer. "MIsk SIiIoiiIh thnt ihe proxrly Is hers. She's got only u tut- liiouitc of sis dollar ii week iHitnlde It, nnd If Mie lot It she she'd lie ruetlrully u jihI Imt Mary Trovers." n lee nl-c- d Jtnry TrHf ewr. In Hall'it her enter Ihe riHim e,n. wn pn-ltle- r than dniwlng When he saw p. city of 16,000 s duction on n quantity basts. All moteriuls used arc the best obtainable. The quality is uniform. It is the best fabric tire ever offered lo the car owner nt any price. ti.-c- fabric tires. With a daily ca- and 20,000 tubes, this plant permits refined pro- 'iWplti our n llano' of jeubtony of lllnlne of Imnnil Iu his ImtrV Ills Mury was In liiwlf a triumph. .sit iI.ihii, Mi Tniver," he mild. "I hnve "Hiii'lliliii: In suy to you. You know, of roiirte. Hist my undo I Tire repairmen, who judnc values best, class these tires as having the sturdiest carcass made. car manufacturers use them na tlandnr J equipment. They are the quality choice of cord users. Foity-scve- n high-grad- e Firestone Cord Tires dendf uunt. Vex." aiiowered gooil Man uhil su itury. .Mr. "lie wn u ld frleml of my jju PylSWBsffe BaflflPBBBBBBMs-2- 3 I NtJAS Hall." 'Well, tlwtl t hhhv thun 1 uui. by long odd- -. ' Hull uliswenil. "Hon't you know llmt I've fnlli-heir to etcrytbiH he hadT Xin. mid I Und Unit I'm w of Hi u eiHl eight hundred und fifty tlHMtMiid ut the lowest Now, .Mar', I J"U to bo It'' my wife. Don't be by that inaN lllnlne. He's u good, linni-- t Inller, Hu doutit, but he'll itcicr Ih- - auy thine." -ilr. Hull." Mid Mury. riMtig. "I cunnot b"r uoy moro." "What, you won't marry mo now" "Never!" be crlwl angrily, confront lnc I dm with bluzlug ejtfu. "I bule Uid i!eIiM- - ou." why don't "ThD )ou nlnrry IlLiluer sneered Hamilton Hull. And. us she did cot reply, bo continual: "I'll tell yea why. You're waiting until your uuut ll" so an tu gut her Hut It Isn't hers It's property. mbie." "This hoUMj I not luy aunt'st ho I ctl-iiml- am 30x3'-inc- h 32x4 34x4 " " Cord it New Price $24.50 it 46.30 54.90 i inn "'"' KINNAIRD BROS.. LANCASTER. KY. P'gs and Poultry. District Home Demonstration Agent, Mr. A. S. Chopin, Spcc'ahst in Poultry Exten sion, Mr. I. Hall of the Club Department, College of Agriculture, I..'xint' ton, spent Tuesdny and Wednesday with Miss Joyce Syler, Home Demon-- 1 strotion Agent Mr. Chopin visited the boys and itirls in the county, who are in poultry work and also a num ber of farmers, who are doinir work: On Thurs with pure bred poultry. day evening .Mr. Chopin gave a talk; on "Poultry" to a very interested audience in Huenn Vista. Mr. Hall wui here in the interest of tho Lancaster Hustlers Pii Club recently. He visited a number of y tho boys, but will return for an visit June 7th. The boys are showing! splendid interest in their club. The club holds its regular i meeting on the tint and third Tues-da- y in each month nt the Court House. Visitors are always welMiss I.ulic , nil-da- Logan, crltil. 'No. Jllw .Mary, It's mine." Hall "Hut If you'll throw- - llluluo over and marry me I'll ettl It on Mli Trover ftr llfi. (live me it kiss nnd then 111 make )ou lovu me. Word fer Judo Johnson. We with lo sny n kind word for Judo Johnson: lie Is not ono or thoss dullest. hyMicrlles who have Lenutlful front yanls and very dirty und unsightly spends Somewhat. buck yard. Ills front ynrd Is every Tlie old saying "If you wnnt any- bit ns dirty ms his back yard. Atchithing done, do It yourself," Is all right son Clobe. If you do n t wnnt too many things Arranging Flowers. done. If In arranging Mowers In a vase yoa Five Chinese Virtues. llnd somo stems thnt nre contrary ami Thrro are nlwnys five buttons on refuse to bend In tho way you desire, the Chlnnmnn's coat to remind him try massnglng them for a few moof the live virtues recommended by ments. This will mako them sopplo Confucius r Humility, Justice, order, nnd they will stay wbcro they orsi prudence, rectitude. placed. Self Is the easiest topic of conversation there 'J, and usually It Is tho Why Look on the Dark Side? Superstitions About Birds. Our cery-dnlife brings so many It has always been deemed unlucky trouble nnd dlnppolntment tlmt we by the superstitious to kill a' robin nre foolish to took on the dark sldo or n swulluw. In some lands tbu 111 of things mid court manr n rap thut luck If the killing tie accidental. Is might otherwlw be nrnlded. cnnreled If burial Is given to tho bird. Swallows are accounted sacred, Wick Will Clean Grea.y Hands. bcc.iute they Hew n round tho cross Thut old round wick from the oil of Calvnry. Move thnt your wife usually throws awny when It burns too short. If silt Island Has Disappeared. In hnlf nnd Inld tint, makes nn excelOne of tho most famous of lent Kcrubhcr for the motorist to use Islands Is nxpedltton Island, n working tho grrnv und grime out situated off thn northwest comer of Motor Life. of his hand. ni-rAustralia, snd which was vKltcd as lately as 1803. Today It lias and Is now- - tlfty feet below Character In ths Faee. A command of word .nhtti faculty wnter. Tim tslnnd wns thirteen miles for aetul;:ug language i denoted by long, ntul famous for Itu beuuty eyes tbsr ore prominent u.kI full under-ucutTropical Fish Land Travelers. A tSrcviuu none denote:. pulvo An energetic endurance. has Certain fish of the South African long, narrow uontrlK uu uipilllue noe, tropics nre known to leave tho small and Hint purt ot tho check lying be- ponds to M.t'k larter ami cooler tween the nose and 'l- cheek bona stretches of water when the sun very prominent. Mhcli npuce between threutcn to dry up their late habitathe eyebrows and the eye ut the outer tions. They spend whole days nnd corner denotes great love of enjoy- night on their march, nnd travel hy forehead hundreds t''rvish the uiolat underment. A ipmn, high, growth of tue forests. denotes faithfulness. y dlsnp-licurlt dUup-peared, h. Tslk. I" llluluo wus ut the door. Hull Vincent M-- "Almost oory commerrlnl und milwill tie met hy Uio p'ogeny itary of Uils breeding plan, depoudnut primarily uMn tho alio, quality nnd Mood Hue of the man uaod iu hrvod-- ; particular. Tho Imtncdlalo comeni of the American ltemouul Association," ho anlil, "Is to save riding ami driving horse and tlin raiv hon We want to product from eillnctlon a truly American t)p of cavalry horn a liorso with breeding nnd quality, na well na Itouo and substance ami the beat gens weight-carrie- r eral purjote Iiorao known o liurs U that will weigh from 1,000 to ouiid, standing from 15 hand, I Inch, to It) hands ttclit made, with pxtd gait and action a walk, trot, gl-lo- p horx that can carry weight and follow tho hounds across country-- that the family run drive to -- tiurtli, and also one tint mil hold his on at hard work on ths farm u horn to udvaniago nnd that ran !' ecyioinlcalty nny uud everywhere, ex- -, cept In heavy draft. This tyji of horse has splendid looks, (junl'ty, atUon, nnd visor a wonderful horse for tin farmer and ono thul run ho kept at a nilnlniutu cost. In high-class In VrMt Heen at his hradq-iarterton, Colonel Whitehead vourhrafrd otluT highl) nillghunlng Information, not only about the hreed'ng work In progress, but also of the utility f the thoroughbred horse Uie Intimato relation between racing ami ibo maintenance and Improvement of Hit stand' nrd of Mood llnra nnd the Importance of tho IhoroughhrvM to the Sl.itr of s . UrK hrcedjnc nnd (lie car aclfx'ted ol s Tlu-uI dovenuiM-n- ' iim he r.arra aHeled for In rent-U- lllnlne advancing upon lilm with clenched list. "Wlmt'H the matter wltn our' Hall turned, to shouted. Kentucky iil uf Jnjf. the stallions to tie plated tlirouchout the United Htntea tliU sprlne will he oer oue hundri'd head uur Is this taxable wealth of hlch-rUrcRlalrrol thoniiichlirods to the holdlnct of millionaire cm- tie liorscs, with plenty of liody, (nine and autnUincD. These stallions, plum i lluislusls whose ostjhllshinents are Id Uie stud thniusli (loveniment mko-clrf- , loruted In ttte lllucsrass District, by will bo available to fanners and nny mcaus, "Many a Kentucky fanner Is also a Tho lirvcdor nt minimum fee, Uotornmeiit does not expert to make brcoier of tbu thoroughbred and money, but to make It possible and often the titalo of a colt or (Illy nets fedallile for tho fnrmor suit breeUr him more thai, tho products of a work on tho lami. to gtt the service of a "Undoubtedly Ibo siort of rudu stallion for their good Maros, the object being to proluce animals of ) thorotishbretl horses Is u ircmeudous rvul value .nnd use that will euro their business asset to the state. Kuria sir-I-i luitidsomu prHt when as, 1 daresay, the Kentucky Jockey keep brlns mature. We expert the proreay at Oluli readily an adduce In this ver well might astound maturity to nuke general-purposw1m have never considered horse cavalry horses, rldlw and IrltriRK lwr'S, show horses, banters, the subject in IU substantial and aspects." tteriea, polo ponies, deoeadlacl "Anions st con-fln' sea-sou- 's lilch-rlss' e Ken-tuckls' saa-trrt- al heiouc lo th-- ' will have breedf tie no atr nra on thetr Tlie owner will be privdogiit to sell them to whomsoever he pleasrs at any time. They will bn honii'S admirably aduptiM to work In Imlti iHai- snd war time. "Hut the flmorumorit wilt ilrend utNin tht in for Its supply ; and the Importance of the bone to the modern a nny is to ho fully nxillxed by the died riimiMrlson of Azure aln-udpertalmn; to the use of the horse In the Inst sreat uur with those of lila me durtiig Hie Civil U'ar "As recants thnrouchbred horso ruHmr, practical horseman overj knows that It Is, llrrrt and foiemost, tttnlly nifrtior)' in order to teat the quality of Individual horses It Is tho llnnl arid test that coes to measure their value for breading purtoseji, sn-- l Is thus ilM'Islvvly liiairu'mentat In the work of preserving nnd linprovltut the thnrouchbred horso as thn run; u linn whirli doixuids the preservation uud Improvement of all our other kinds of horaes and mule luaroa, "alranwhlte, toe evolution of horse rarliic bus clvrn the siort--ou- e world u ere a l th.it the uorhl truly enjoys. If Uit aMondanre iu our metropolitan ruo may lo lukt-- us evidence of (ioiularlty, nnd "bldi, wherover pni erly niudurtol, Is axsurcdly hcilthful and Innocuous, insofur, at least, us concurrs Its eflfocts on the treat mal jority of rltlieiM. "The Stato of Kentucky la Iminenre-lthe richer for her Industry of breeding thnrotiKlibrcd hone und Its seasons of racing. Millions and millions of dollars are Invested la proH"ty tlirouchout the sin to as a it otirs noniml-mlndni- lllnlne did not strike lilui. fur Hall, wns it much smaller mini, luxteud, ho luletly wrcnclieil tils chnlr from til urn up nnd, taking his shoulders In m come. llrtn grasp, shook lilui burkwnnl nnd Many people are blessed with wisfonvunl till the iniin'H head wagged fixitlshly uhiii his shoulders. dom, but cursed with an inability to "There gKs Trovers Hmiv," mur apply It. mured .Mary, us oho iieMtli-- l Into her The fellow- - who is fnlse to his trust lover's unus. "Wliat do you mean" ukcd lUultie, kicks mightily when others rcfusu to trust him. grimly. And .Mary told tilm. "Ylniviit, deur," she wild Fuults arts unfortunate, yet they "we liuvo n hanl fight lieforo u. are of vwlue to the person who proXor that we mut light siioulder to fits by thorn. hhoulder help mo out, Vincent." He prcxici! tier In bin unus. Spontnneou friendships are gen"When) bo iiskeil, klslug her. erally upon impulse nnd wrecked up"Next month." Mie whUHnil Uick. on deliberation. Hut bmg liefore the date set for About tho only way to prevent their murrtugo urrlvisl Hamilton Hall had begun his legal battle. futuro wars Is to light on until there "We're ut the etui, Slnry," said is nobody left. Hlalne, depulrlngly. '"llio cum, Is Most men are quick to embrace scheduled for next TueMlay, und wo'vo their opportunities, especially if they no nuswer to innke." Tlmt tneatiH a death seiitemv tu are young and pretty. Aunt Mdonla." nnswen-- l Mary, ww(- The goad ministers tell us it is Itit "Hy tbu way, did I tell you I've got wrong to work on Sundays, but that a new lawyer?" uskel lllulne present- I what we pay them to do. ly. "He usil tu be it purlncr of old A dull lermon puts n fellow to llngull tbu man who ucteil for ilr. Menitt so many yeurs. He want us sleep, but a squeaky voice in the to attend u conference, the ibiy Iwfon choir soon stirs him to lifu again. Hie trial, to Iki helW In Ills ollkvi, Do not take too seriously the woHo Mt'iiin to hate u canl up his sleet e. I'll cull for you on .Monday nt nine." man who says sho'ls on the shady Hlaliie culled for Mury nnd tiMik her sido of 40. The sun shines on both to the lawyer's oillce In n etib. TIm'- - sides. they met Hull with his iittomcy. und the live tented themselves around the Hlnlne's lawyer, n lank New tuble. Hnglunder iuiiiiinI llobcrtson, iiuk- I- tits Positively no fox hunting or hunt- lroMsal. of nny character or trespassing on "I Und." suld ilr. ltobriMNi, our farms. Any violators will be fumbling with Ids luipcrs, "Hint .Miss prosecuted. Trnvers has occuphM the pnuulses V. S. Kmbry, W. A. Price, T. J. uiimnleMroj for vr twenty yeurs, Price, Kd and N. H. Price, Fisher four months, nnd nineteen itnys. You nro uware, of course, that under Ihe Herring, Crlt Meadows, Ansel Mea common law, us umeiis!e In this stale, dows, John Collier, J. S. Schooler, that gives her Indisputable owner-shlji- Joe Crisclllis, J. M. Criscillis, Robert Spoakc, (ieorge Conn, Jim Conn, "Hut tho (bought It was her hooe." Henry Arnold, Marion Johnson, W. ylleil the other. K. Whltaker, Tom Conn, J. M. "A greut blumler,' answerel Sir. Meadows, W. T. King, John lilch, ItoU'rtsoii. "We confess unreservedly that It wns not. She uus a suat-tcrJu- Sam Hlch and J. G. Conn. (Other names will be added upon a (Jain Muutter on land. Hut I guess she'll tquat the paynftnt of 23 cents.) thero for a ginxl mauy years longer,1 (tf.) peru I ' III! Wedding Invitations Wtint Is more seMlmental .:.an a 7Mlnc InvltattcnT CsrtaUily It la not x mora mechanical pnulHct to ba Vtdulcd around to the cheaprat bidder. Cheap finery Is generallr dlaappotnti.ig. Our work Is easily within reach and we lm-correct ramplc .or svory ocSy aaa every punw. aioa o ii 1 I I S jH Wl mi mt 1 Attention Hunters j i J ii H S m!fc iniravcrA.una Jtatloncra j ." I i Complete line of Samples nt The Central Record OfTice. I jl nban-Oone- fi'DUraed." The Central Record. Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, June 2, 1921 'Travel And Transport TOBACCO'S FOES ; t I am Topics. Conducted Ky Goodrich In eaie your car Is involved In a "saah-up-" get these facts down on payer Jut as soon after the accident as pasjlble: Name, sex and address f Injured person!, ether driver and witness i licence numbers of other Mrs; exact location ; date and time of stay; weather and street condition; circumstances and blame; and asmke pencil sketch showing details. Stay en the ground and talk only to ystur nitarney. This Is the advice of the National Safety Council. Senater Janes af New Mexico, has scheme for raising money with which te construct, repair and maintain public wtigon mads. Ills bM provides far the grant and conveyance of fiOO.OOO acres of public kinds of each ot the states of New Idaho, Metrics, Arizona. Colorado, Montana. Nevada, Utah, Wyoming, Nsrth Dakota, California. Oregon and Washington to be sold at public auction ami the proceeds used solely for cms roads work. a novel nuto-moW- LOSINGJROUND Canvass of 7,847 Editors Shows 7,393 Communities Against Abolishing ANTIS Weed. WSiiTTM;,LUMB' i Ufe IfmBftE lAjS1 jtfevAsLV.l .jyA. Lexington St. MCCARTHY HolHI.RHfcl Gatterios. Elc. NEW H.4 JkX,' LOSiTtHREE STATES. S Utah, Under Mormon Influence, Only Commonwealth to Adopt Prohibition Measure During Year. I g JJfyg Ye, our "New Nurse" every waek. is Romp to "Is tobncni going to tittvn Its scalp thi Ml of the prohibitionist that of the lamented hut as Jet lint altogether late alcohol?" Is the iUestliu asked liy Cnrret Smith III un article In tho current Issue of l.elle"s Magazine." The writer reaches the runrlunlnn that while there has Imth liirretifd agitation n lid leglidHlhe nrtlvlty mi added to tho xubjert nf tehami following the urtvM of the ilrlto fur prohlhltlon of llijiH-- r tae elTorts of reformers seeking t atollsh tntintw hate no general support. Thin opinion Is on the ts of the quentloimalres on tho sutiji-r- t editors scut out to of the country by the Press Serlce C'otHxiiiy of New York City. The question ukod iere: (1) ISi you fntor the enactment ot hint prohibiting the iiersonal um of tnharco by adults? (2) In your Judgment does th. general sentiment of your rtsiimiiiilty Shop Phone 69. Lancaster, Ky PROGRAM FIFTY-SECOND ANNUAL MID-SUMME- R MKETING OP THK KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION MONDAY, TUESDAY nnd Wednesday be in thii paper often, and tell you where to buy the Drugs you NEED and the Drug Store things YOU DESIRE for household use and for BEAUTIFYING. Kindly read what "New Nurse" has to say. She will give you good advice and help. Our medicines arc the purest it is possible to compound, and they are always fresh and full strength. We PRICE things right. Come to US for it. lnd it-lil- June 6, 7 and 8th., 1921. KENTUCKY COLLEGE FOR WOMEN DANVILLE, KY. Monday ; ; McRoberts Drug Store Tht Dog as Human Food. The dog forms en Important article of food among many nation. In China, the Society Island, etc young puppies are considered a great dell cacy, and are said ly Kuropeans who have overcome their prejudices, to be very sweet ami palatable. The taste for dog's flesh Is of very early origin. The ancients regarded a young and fat dog as excellent food; and Hyppo-crate- s placed It on a footing with mutton and pork. The llomnns were fund of sucking-puppieand sacrificed them to the god. Her Cholct ot and Harriet n box of nnlei erurkers, to he equally divided, l.n n. nld: "I tell yod what we'll di; we'll choose letters." "How's that, asked liar- rlet. "I'll choose letters and you choose some tetters and then we'll take the animals whose names begin with those letters." Quick as a flash Harriet exclaimed; "I'll take 'I.'" Suspicious, ljium Inquired: "Why aro you so anxious for that let. terJ" "llecause," replied Harriet, "then I'll get nil the 'Iphants." When mother ImiukI loiiini A COMFORTABLE FEELING It is n comfortable feeling to know that you have money in bank for your needs. Any person can have this feelintr if they will do two things work and save, and bank their savings. While it is in this bank your money 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. With the recent 20 per cent tire price reduction tires go back to the 1013 price level, but not back to the ll13 mileage service level Th 101.1 tire gave an average service of 4,000 miles while the tire of today comes very close to averaging 8,000 miles. Thus a tire fator surh legislation) costing $50 then, costs one and (3) Is the of Mxierit personalcents per mile of motor travel. ly ohjertlormltle to joiit No argument neetmtiled the iMe-tlWith a 20 per cent drop in price the and from tlirir form It whs of a tire of today costs for Mi) editor tn ilelerwllie cent a mile. the attitude of the iiiet toner. In' Out of 12..". IS editor uetlncd. Ho, for the traffic constable I 7.M7 replied nri'rdlHg to the smiiHtury be1 the not far distant future he'll glveli Tlies editor. It l etlnmtl, common fixture at country cross- repreent a coiHhlatil eirenhithiti of ith narrow roads and con 21 STO.lll Of the 7,SIT editor replyroads. stantly increasing traffic ver themi ing. "..TUt, or Wl er real, represent congestion Is already apparent in ; IHildle sendtmttt lit their timmuiiltle many sections. At several rural) us opposed to nll tolMacoi leghtlntlim. eilltors. or H ;er 'nt of are tnly points in Ohio tratHc officer IImwo r'ilni: helloed there litis any Sundays nnd holi-- i MiHtilenihle now on duty on setitlment favorable to days. Motorists will be glad to see tohaeeo prtihlhltUMi There wore 171. guardinns of the peace engaged or 2 per reef, in ilouht while 21) failed rural in directing traffic Instead of plan- to record their JudsttuHit. ning speed traps. Editors' Judgment Unbiased t fpeelnl Interest to note "It l Itunning on under inflated tires that ftt editor In Mnowertng the flrt Soft tires uetlon. xTKonnllja dangerous practice. futured such difficult, consume I leglolntlon. nlthough only of them make steering more power and may more easily be r'Hirteil that pullr opinion also fapulled off the car than when not vored the prohibition of tobnrei an properly inflated. When a car is ' tiHllratlon of the eoiisrlentlom effnrt madn hy the editor to distinguish pubtraveling at a high speed and throws lic opinion from their own pensinal dangerous.' opinions" the is extremely a tire it article continue. Aside from the danger running on "The hlghet pen enlace of replies soft tires is needlessly expensive. It rrirtlng public oulon fatorahle to quickly destroys the cotton fabric of prohibition of toliMrro come from t'tah. when1 A'2 wr eent of the editors the tire and shortens its life. one-four- th ii- -e five-eight- liwiiier Afternoon, June I lh. into 1 :4R i;00 2u10 3:00 Jt:.10 2: IS 1 :00 K'y., I'retklent Kentucky l'res Association. Invocation, Dr. M. M. Allen, President Kentucky College far Women, flanvllte, Ky. Address of Welcome, Hon. John W. Ycrkes, Danville, Ky. Kesponsr, S. M. Saufley, Itegiiter, Itlchmend, Ky. President's Address, It. U Klkin, Uncaitrr, Ky. Secrctnry-TrvajurerAnnual Itepert, J. Curtis Afcttck, Dally Mtsenger, Danville, ICy. Appointment of Committees. Adjournment. Ilaseball game between Centre OeNrge awl Vandorbllt UnlversMy. Called to order by It. Klkin, Record, Uncaitrr, 's Monday Cvrnint. June Glh. S:00 il.00 Caki Night on Centre College Campus. Tuesday Morning, June 7th, Called to order by President Wkln. D: It Invocation. Itev. M. A. Hart. D. II., Pastor of Cfcrfeesan Church, Danville, Ky. 1130 AildroM, "Making Newspaper Men, "Keen Jehnn, Schssol ef Journalism, University of Kentucky, I.oxlngton, Ky. 1 0:00 Address, "The Observation of a Woman In Journalism," Miss M. Annie Poage, Daily Independent, Ashland, Ky. 10:30 Kound Table. "Importance af Local News," Led by Jams M. Has. Leader, Lexington. Ky. Franklin Ut,M Harry W. Porte. Price 11:30 Address, "The Salt Uke City. Utah. Discussion. l, - Announcements. Adjournment. Tuesday Afternoon and !!vnin(, June 7th. 2 JO THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. S. C. DENNY, Cashier. Caprul $50,000. Surplus $50,000. Honor Roll Bank Right Diet Means Much, A removable track for rubber Ured road vehicle Is one of the newest developments in the industry. Located btween the front and rear regular wheels four additional wheels are provided. All wheels run on two tracks consisting of two rubberized fabric belts. With the tracks an automobile may be used in deep snow, "bottomless" rends and plowed ground. Concentration of federal aid monnmerson said: "Give tne health nnd state a day and I will make the pomp of ey upon the most important char' emperors ltlght habits road which have an lnter-stat- e ridiculous." j of eating do a lot toward supplying acter, is the next logical step in cohealth. operating with the several states in U- highways Improvement, according to Largest Spring. World's Senator Charles K. Townsend, chairIn tha What Is the largest spring committee on world? Florida has one which must man of the senate Dally Thought Ik? near the head of the list. This Is postoffices. and post roads. "Money Tou were made for enjoyment, and culled Wakulla spring. It Is 400 feet from the national treasury expended the world was filled with things which across. Is W feet deep and flows at in with the states propyou will enjoy, unlets you are too the rnto of 120,000 gallons of water erly calls for state and not county proud to bo pleased with them, or too every minute. It gftes rle to n river dollars," he said. grasping to cure for what you cannot feet wide at Its source. Tills turn to other account than were de- mammoth spring Is situated about IS danger of There is frequently light. Ituskln. miles from Tiillahnsee, Outlook. short circuits In the battery because of the fact that one ofth e terminals is located near the metal handle used for lifting the battery. To obviate this danger it is only necessary to t HatrtMnUalrl slip a short length of rubber tubing Hearten CbM H I Xell lr U final . over the wire at the point where the tm contact might be made. To do this I Kl4NtiVUM.SM . AMSJSV the tubing should be slit lengthwise, of IMcbotieu Itaubtsr slipped over the wire and taped firm ly In place. j Ktas iMtalirvl W iris tMM tin ' i Iwashtrr of lMtwH Jsctsass, Jr. 60 t Our weekly DON'T Don't conSS ( Ns if tinue In high In going up hlll Nwllj Mr l i Stll'wf hllb IllntiUu'lir your motor shows the slightest hint a beautiful rich gAldvn chestnut with star ond of labor. Pushing an engine beyond Uarbee's King I believe he has its rapacity means a terrific strain. feather, sixteen hands high, weighs 1.200 pounds. . or low the more style and finish than any young saddle stallion In the South. Has Shift to intermediate a neck of great UncUi, the lost natural tall of nny stallion alive, great moment you feel your engine is overHas been awarded fifteen first prires at George- taxed. In shifting from a higher to l.nce and hock actien. town, Cynthlana, Falmouth. Bwinjr. Paris, Lexington anl Louisville a lower gear accelerate slightly just Kentucky fairs. HarWe's Klnff won first prize at the Columbia Horse before attempting to mesh with lower When you gear. This Is necessary in order to d saddle hone, mare or gelding. Show for best Individuality, no horse has a better accommodate the higher speed of the ni.ter size. I.r...llm' with Has proven hlmsof a splendid lower gears. riirht to sire horses for ring nnd park. sire of extra fine colts and all of them saddle naturally whether out of Will make the season of 1021 At $15.00. saddle bred mare or net at my farm, one mile East of Stanford on the Crab Orchard pike. Will also stand two good mule Jacks, which have proven to be preat breeders, at $10.00. At the same p?ace will stand the famous Hubble and Eubanks STORMES DRUG STORE Jack, to servo Jennets only, at $20.00 for Jack colts and $12.80 for Jen-net- s. Will raz rnd care for Money to be paid when colts foaled. nares at $3.00 per month, but not responsible for accidents or escapes. It is considered quite an honor to Phone 117. march at the head of the procession, but the fellow at the tall end can Me most of It, Arctic Travel Note. The Ksklmos have h favorite delicacy composed of "good or bad egg, mixed with angelica nud crok cherries, and thrown Into n sealskin hag filled with whale oil." Somehow this does not heighten our enthusiasm for arctic travel. Providence Journal. thmight the public were for KUfh a tfloteiHent. t'tah I the only state which has stnv adopted an fore-ot- "t wa law. The hy teterol of the eilltors wlut statetl thut the Intllietfrt of the Mormon fliurrh tn against tobnceii. Ttie Mormnn Chur. li l al.i xtrong In Idaho, which Is the other state where the tin,, of tobacco ws reivntly prohibited, but the gnteriHr him signed the bill Jut puivil. In ttldrh the prohibitory legislation Is npenbil In this state SO ter cent of the editors estimate n wntliiient In their eoinmuiiltle against tobacco prohibition, whlrh, netertheless l 0 r nt lelow the te 7:00 H:00 Baseball (lame. Centre vs. VandtrbilL Ilanqurt Dinner given by Danville Chamber ef Cam me re c in Dialing iioom Kentucky College for Women. Centre College Carnival Play. DanvHIe High Solsaet IluWIng. Wednesday Morning, Juno flirt. 9:80 0:45 Called to order by President Klkin. Invocation. Itcv. W. L. Walker, D. I)., Pastor af liapctsl Court. Danville, Ky. 10:00 Address, "The University and the Press," Dr. Frank L, McVay. President Kentucky University, Lexington, Ky. 10:30 Kound Table, "Advertising Hates," Led by D. M. Huttan, HeraM, Harrodsburg, Ky. 11:00 Address, "District Organlxatlon," John L. Smith, Smlthlansl, Ky. 11:30 Annual Election of Officers. nternge rei"ortil opMiltlon. "The lc;llnure of Teniiesee some week into hss,-- Wednesday Aftarnoon and Evening, June 8th. 2:00 4:00 8:00 1 nnd the governor i0 BARBEE'S KING, 3898 !' nftn;g( - a has slgneil a but reMallng the law of that Mute Tho quesrent of Its tionnaire showed M the public agalnt editors legislation The legislature of Arkansas I n also passed n hill repealing ltntl-Hgnrtie Inw In r rein of the editors this state ll reported ngnlnt tobacco irohlbltlon. Arlsona's Practical Joke "A hill. Introduced In tho current "ulnn of the legislature of Arizona to prohibit nnoklng In public dining rooms unit other public place, wa first amendol to prohibit the miisuin. chewing t Icri In public of pennut. cum, tea and loffts mid then defeated hy the senate. The questionnaire returns from that state tterv tC per rent 'no.' "In Iowa where the no'' were ftl ier ri'nt a bill to npeal the law has been (Kiueil and Klgned by the gotrrtior. e ir 0 :00--Ce- ntre Tennis Tournament at Centre College. President's Annual Kcception on Centre College Campus. Coronation Ceremonies for King nnd Queen of Centre Athletic Carnival. College Carnival Dance. College e )4:)aa 1 fivc-gaiu- W.L. Cordier, Stanford, Ky "A hill to res'Ml the law In Kansas, with Si .t eent 'no's. Is receltlnc tho attention of lis legl latum. iJist year a petition for a referemliini In Oregon tit prohibit the use of tohumt failed of sulllclent slg natures to bring the question to a vote, and lO in-- r cent of the editors declare their public ngulust legislation. hill has In Oklahoma an In the been reHirted unfiivornbly house. The editors of that statu re ported 01 per cent against Its public supimrt. "Outvlde nf Utah, where Mormon the article mlluenre iiredoiuluales," moveconcludes, "the ment appears, as In tho rase of Tennessee, Arkansas and Iowa, to ho losing ground and Is not to uny consld-eruM- e extent upwrted by the people." The friends of tobacco feel particularly elated over this shotting, was a maximum ycir ns liCO-2In legislative circles with 12 state leg-Ilure In sesnlou and the tobacco sub-Jereceived an unusual auiouut of cvusUleratlon. Inus-mucn it CONN and CONN The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Farm And Home News From Over Kentucky Twelve Cnroll county boys anil girls have already liecomc mcmbcis of the dairy calf club being organized by County Agent (i. C. Koutt. They will raise registered Jersey cnlves in their club project!. Organization of the Whitley County Hull Association has been com"Snfest for Saving" is the slogan of n bnnk that pleted, according to a report of county agent K. I'. Davis. The nssocia-tioliat been highly successful in inducing people to was organized In three blocks, save. one of the bulls to bo located at and the remaining two at Williamsburg. Fifty cows will bo Safety is, of course ,nnd should be the first conin eiirh block and pure-bresideration in choosing a place for your savings. Jersey iinimnU eoiting approximately 1850 apiece uied. No bank has a monopoly on safety, but we do recently More than tiOO farmers claim to be AS SAFE AS THE SAFEST, and you will attendcil a meeting nt London, laurel county, at which time 81 cows find safety 100 per cent safety for your savings were entered in n pure bred Jersey of bull association, organization with us. which will be completed in the near future, County Agent F. II. Wilson You will alio find courteous and considerate reports. the which One of the projects treatment. Washington CmiBty Farm llureau will work out during the coming year Furthermore, we pay 4 per cent interest on with County Agent in II. M. Heath will bo the qrgnnlzation savings and time deposits. of a pure bred bull nsoctatlon. I.ee county farmers have already used two cars of limestone this spring and ordered two more, accord-,nGo to a report sf County Agent T. II. Jonos. LANCASTER, KY. Ilhitritiutiuti f eggs in connection with the poultry standardization campaign bulng comluctod by Warren county farmer has been comGetting It Ovtr. pleted, County Agent W. II. Kogers Sticking Clo to Hit Business. A garage owner, wearied if the Strruia' as it hmjt sound, a man ran report 15,000 pure bred hatching "entrance" and "exit" over nlwnys make a lilt with a woman hy eggs having been sent out to farmers tits door, hat had them replaced with saying he imsm her. Cartoons Mag. of in the rnuHty. more appropriate slgus reading "In- silne. J. (). Herning, county agent of t. take" stiil "ISshaust."- - Helton Ilarren county, has estimated that I.OUO acre Kitten Would Niturally Be Blue. of ey bvans will be Prom an IStelmiise The hrlile was f planted by farmers of that county attired In n dark blue klttrn'a ear. Junng the coming summer. Call of the Wild Coose. "llonk" U one of the many words heauUfully designed In Iridescent of Imitative origin, and ts applied to tcads. IUtmi Transcript. They Resist Decay. the cry of the wild goose. The wonl The northwet,ni Indian-- ) nearly Read Thlt to Huiband. appears Id JfcSI In "Walden. or Ufa t have In the tt'wiik" hy Henry lnld "A new effurl Is Immediatelytrousers always tiHide their totem jhiIcs out of attorn western rel cellar, but this choice Tboreau. the distinguished American shirred or plaltel was probably due moro to tlie fact naturallit. ami later li used by Oliver the Mt where the center crease ter-- ! that tint wood u easy to work and Wendell Holmes. "As the air grows tnlnatrs. This hHps to make one's extremely durable than to Its fracolJcr. tho long w ltr of geese fly trousers fit better anil wrinkle less. grance. It may he taken as a very Inc South, with their commodore In If a handkerchief, a wallet or other good general rule that woods that are they fly, are trifles be? carried In the side pockets, sccntcil are resistant to decay and advance, and 'honking seen high up In the heavens," ami thus tending to cnue n strain across Insert attack, nnd hare goo,l cabinet morn recently hy Theodore Hoosevelt tho waist, the shirring atltumatlcally qualities. American Forestry Irons thla out." Hfauuash. In bis ll untlnc Trips." Thursday, June 2, 92 I 1 1 tics must be cast out and the vital fluid enriched before tho disfigure mcnts nro cleared up. For this you naturally want an efficient, tested blood remedy llko S.S.S., tho fa mous old herb medicine. Lieut. Richardson's Sacrifice Br iw. "Safesi For Savings" Bad Blood Disfigures Young Faces With Unsightly Eruptions The mortifying and unsightly skin and facial dlsflgurcmcnU on young people from II to 20 yenrs old are seldom duo to anything worse than Imnure blood, Tho young IkkIIcs are undergoing Important changes, and the blood stream Is temporarily disordered -often filled with poison-o- u waste matter. In such rases only blood remedies inn al WILLIAM FALL. mi. n Jol-lic- o d The Garrard Bank"& Trust g Trsn-scrip- t , Jgffh Sgi All tliruu.li tho hot forinooti ItUliunls bud fought llko a lender of lierw, bruvlng deutli u duxeli tlmi" frum tliu spiteful bullets that lilrsml overhoad; though mini ufter nam hud foileu In the thinning ruuks, ho wus .Mid tho lunro hu sought deutli the harder It recmed to (lie. With u lucre handful of the seventy-Uin- e who bud been cut off frum the main forces by the cunningly ainbuiteude, Itlchurds hnd fallen iKiik upon u hill, ouo of thoe smooth. Uoluteil IdlU that emergu hen mid ibure lu tho northern regluu of Luzon. There, hard pressed, the little reiiuiiiiit of rquudroti It were holding their nun ugiilnst thu enemy a marksmen, wultlug for the iirrhnl of the relief minimi fnilil Malita Cata-lliIt wait stluligi) how It to ItulmnU us hu luy on his face its IIUlnlll'1 went tin- - Mlnteniig sunlight. trui-ilnkick to other Niim oilier tbut hut day In Washington da) la'fure he Hilliil uway. lie had Mil ull tho coot aftenioii with Lucy inne on the (xireh of Lucy wux nil old the lull Imiiik'. swiTtlii'nrt of UU Ihi)Iiuoi1. On that last afternoon he laid ukel lit r to bo bis wife, to wait for him. Then Lucy, whom ho hud liuver.veelt dltmiHMHi, broke down and solibetl In hu unit. She wan engaged to u fellow soldier, whom kJio 1om-0- . no longer. Hut thu traditions of her family forbade hvr to break with hluu Shu did nut tell him the name. Uut bad Imaglneil that It was Itlchard some otllcer lie knew. The memories vunllnil with tho of tho hissing nbovo sudden ItlilmnU knew what that them. mount. Tin- - enemy was preparing to charge. They eumo upward, and, tlmlliig tlmt ihu defenders inado no reply, Kwoojiud In with a zest, flngi Hying, keen, razor-edgebolos Hash tng buck thu light of tho declining sun Next moment It was hand to band Tor a full mlnutu hours. It seemed Then thu thu Mahtlng was fierce. uttackers weru sullenly retiring Mid tho besieged drew a Uttlo closer tu-gutaer. una ruiei u ktiMiixsl Itichurds wounded mun ut his side. Hu kuuw him Sergeant Mutton, one of Uio recruits. ' Sergeant, I'm going t put you behind this roek," said thu tleuteuuut. Iluttoii wiim fumbling ut his throut. tunic and He oiened the dlsrlOM-a Uttlo locket of gold. "Olien It," ho wIi!ktih. Itlchards ubvyel sud found himself looking Ukii tho face of Lucy (ireuvus. "She gasu It to me," tho sergeant whlspcrvl. "Wo went to have been married tho day ln'foni I milled. It wns iMistoneI at thu last moment, till I came back. If I die you'll curry my I.lvu-telnil- it Kill-pla- n dm-trhi- -i m Ki-nu- wiiu aii..if Start the young folks with H.S.S. today (your druggist has it), and wrue us about their condition, adJrcsilm? Chief .Medical Advisor, 611 .Swift relieve. Tho impurl- - lanta, Georgia. laboratory, At- Just One Mouthful In the stoimiili of a shark recently captured off Australia were found a mustard tin and the lemonade bottle and a woman's bathing suit. The mustard tin nnd the lemouado bottle might be a little dlttlcult to get down, but surely It wouldn't call for tht) gulping ability nf a shark to swallow a woman's bathing suit nowadays. Cross on Fox'a Back. The American red fox Is found In many localities from Canada to Georgia, and westward to the great plains, ay the American Forestry Mu cull ne. When It exhibits u dark cross on the bacts nnd shoulders. It Is known is the Cross fox. and when the tnlmal Is all black with a whfle-tlpictall, It Is culled the Itluck fox. d More Disarmament. u everybody would take a iday from gossip. Chicago News. five-ye- This would be better world If hol- Dally That's Right. A nio children how- to play upenrs to b not without merit when the schools are being urged to do so much that probably iUa not mid to the Joy of youthful life. Hostile Transcript. - measure which alms to tench tht) Preserve Scottish Phiases. The Scotch origin of many north of Ireland families is sltitwn hy the common words in use. Itoth speak of a burn, but In both Scotland and Ulster the phrase wet- - strenm Is much more) likely to be lieunl. MONEY TO LOAN on good city property. Pay back on weekly or monthly installments. ThelLancasterCBuiiding ASSOCIATION. J. E. KOD1NSON, President & Loan g d Incorporated. Wm. S. HOPPEK, Scc't. & Trcs. Making for Merriment. Plants Grow Dot Transplanted. Honest good humor Is tho oil and Plants do not nlways select the wine of a merry' meeting, and there most congenial habitat, for It has been Is no Jovial companionship equal to found that some seclmens found that where the Jokes are rather small growing modestly on the mountain ami the laughter abundant. Wash top tloitrlsli to a marked extent when 1 the sen level. Ingtou Irving. trans-plante- blood-staine- Ioe to herV lief arrhen." "I'll tell her." he nald. "Hut yim'II pull through Sergeant. Now He ttlll behind this and wait till the re Mining Now Prosaic scant romance In gold mining today, when natural science has taken the place of plonccrism and chance. There Is none at nil In the recently published statement of a San mugnato who announced Krnncl'co that his workmen and expert geologists bad blocked out $l,0OO.00O worth of ore In one Arizona mountain In the last two years, and that excavation and the production of bullion would Gold There Is Origin of Treadmill. The treadmill that was employed for many years In Hrltlsh prisons for purposes of dlscipllre was Invented la prison form by Sir William Cuplt, of Ipswich, and the power produced was employ eil In grinding corn and flour for food for the prisoners. r:k now iH'glu. 4 Timn s'esAM What use or benuty could you tisk of this Sedan which it does not givo you in generous measure? Th gssollno consumption is unusually low Tho lira roiUe la unusually tilgb KINNAIRD BROS Ul Lancaster, Ky. - V jj hurst forth from beneath from tt tho bill, throat. Tho rillplims went charging again, And this tltmi they churgxil home, Suddenly, fur down the valley, the clear notes of u btiglo rung through the nlr. Then, over the stillness "f the afternoon came thu faint sound of Jangling ltlclinnUoii men," "Now, Lieut. shouteO, "each of you tuku u wound el man on hl shoulder and retire down the mill. I'll May hero and cover jou until you reach the nwuL" And, stepping behind the rock, he seized thu rltlu of the wounded scrgvunt, iiml. crouclilng ntcr him. begun puuipln of the enemy, bulletM Into the rank und then, iiti'hlng up thu woundtsl rropt down thu hill. It was a whole minute before thu natives disco crod Hint hu wns gone. "We'll pull through, Sergeuntl" hu shouted (hcerlly to the mini on his back, ami A yell from thr stumbled onward. ridge answered him und a renewed t volleying. Then a win uvuictl u Ut pressing ngiilust tin lleutennnt'a ana, und, looking down Klclmnls hum that thu pale yellow of his coat was turning n bright claret Kip! Tlmt one nlpiKil hltu color. across the cheek. (Iradunlly a dellrlun, took i)SMiuiloii of him. 'lliu sky, tin earth, the trees spun round him. lit evemed to be In Washington again side, mnler tho oaks neateil at Lm-y'- a Only the thought of her sustained lilir for a few yard more. Then, qulto deiily Ids legs crumpled beneath bin ami fell forward. Lucy's ami he fine was shining out of the blaekiiesi ttf night. "Toll her I I wish you all happl ness. .SergeiiHt," he muttensl. Out of the profHmtlty he n through a reglwi ixtoplwl by spectret to unselu4iii of hU surroundings ami a man In i Us was lylag hi a white IIiiom salt was bending ovei Mm. "Weill" he snlil. "you're doing fa Meusly now. We'll have you reum In short onUr, Cnnln." A wild yell red-ho- Artistic Scottish Coins. Tho "Hmii.et Piece" was the name given to n beautiful coin of pure gold Issued under the reign of James V To Clean Oil Palntlnos. of Scotland, the name being given beA simple way to clean oil paint-I- n cause the heud of thu king on tho it, and one that will not Injure coin wns coeref. with n Scotch bonnet crown. the colors heneath the dirt. Is to cut In place of the proverbial y James was the first sovereign to placo a raw potato In half und rub It quick-lThen over the painted surfure. on coins Issued, and coins he dates approved were exquisitely designed. polish with a silk handkerchief to remove dust or dirt. Pretty Custom of the Past. It wag the custom of the ancients to bury the young at morning twilight ; for. its they strove to give the softest interpretation to death, they Imagined Ihbt Aurora, who loved the young, bun, Molcti them to tier Sherwin-Willia- ms I ! (!) PAINT to-day. I I I 1 the bestJPaint on the mar-kPhone us and save the difference. Becker I I fiJHEi & Ballard Phone 27 t ir, Bryantsville, Ky. .mi HI et H H l!f ld ? 1 .. (!), -- "Ah, you Issven't seen the flarette Tlmt wns a siclal order of the l'rel dent. And they're talking almut tin cengressioiwl meilal for you." "Captain I" 35LK S "Ah, ixMir fellow f I guess you'l M SHewiN-WiLLiAH.lave to know. Captain. You had beet carrying a curiae from the nrit. Hi was hit by a bullet Just More yot plcktil htm up, and must have dle "ItutSergennt lluttonV lv Products Instantlr." 2 Th Central Record. Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Jun 2. 1921 MM 25 cts. One Lot Caps, Mens and Boys 50cts. One Lot Union Suits 98 cU. Men's Union Suits, long legs Boys' Union Suits, short sleeve and 50 ct. leg $1.40 Sealfax Union Suits $1.15 Overalls, good ones, Caps worth $2.00 Plaited $1.00 Smile I We Take Our Loss and Busy As Bees at BATSONS CASH STORE We Mean It Prices Wrecked. One lot large size Dress Shirts 50 cts. Mohair Suits, worth S20.00 $13.50 Work Pants, $1.00 Closing Low Cut Shoes $5.50 Children's Rubber Botton Canvas Shoes, now 40 cti. Soft fur Hats, late style and color $2.50 Silk Shirts $2.49 50 cts. 75 cts. 69 cts. 6 Boy's Blue Serge Suits, size 5, 6, 7 $1.25 9 Boys' Palm Beach Suits, 15 to 17 $2.00 Young Men's late style Straw Hats, others selling same hats, $4.00 our price, $2.49 Boys' Khaki Overalls Boys' Blue Overalls Boys' Blue Work Shirts We propose to take our LOSS with the farmers and laborers. BRING US THE CASH, we will surprise you In prices and quality. M I BATSONS CASH Puts STORE. SOUTHERN Rates LANCASTER, Fitting Of KENTUCKY Mssnlni ef "Talking" Oreem. If you dream thnt you Inlk much you will be expoerd to some malicious plan : If you bear much talking around you be canful of your nelsblwrs. Ancient Shsara. The shear uej hy the ancient Egyptians bnd one leg detachable for sharpening. It a liel.l In place by two cloth encnclng pint, and could l ileiaehr.1 In a second. has been suffering from a ncvcrc Show Sheep blow, which he received while playing quite ball Sunday. Mr. Luther Smith continue! Should Be Up Coal ill. Mr. and Mrs. Willie Spoonamore The lick of this commuinty is and family and Miss Maggie Grimes, Raises Cost Of Shipments to Louis-villNow. dowly improving. of Winchester, who have been visir, Cincinnati! Lowers Them Willie Mae Grime of , Mi ting Mr. and Mrs. Henry Grimes reKentucky farmers who expect to was visiting her parents Sun- turned home Saturday. display sheep at the State and counFor Lasinften. day. ty fairs this fall should begin now Mr. and Mrs. James Foster delightLexington, Ky., May 'J8 Reduc- to prepare the animals for exhibition, Mr. anil Mr. - - Matthew were fully entertained forty-siabout Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. guests Sunday in honor of Mrs. tions in freight rates on the coal and according to suggestions of sheep Simpson. Foster's Goth, birthday. Delicious coke shipment to Lexington on the specialist from the College of AgriIt is necessary to feed the ice and cake and salads were serv- Queen & Crescnt route from 'South- culture. Miss Maudie Carpenter was guest Saturday night nnd Sunday of ed. She received several nice pres ern Kentucky and Tennessee mini, about three nnimnls for each one Miss Virginia Kay. ents. The many gust left wishing and ndvnncs from the same point which is shown, according to the specialists who ugget that the best Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Scott of Guy, Mr. Fortcr many more such birth to Louisville nnd Cincinnati, were Sunfay with Mr. nnd day nnd thanking her for one of the announced by the Southern Hallway individuals be selected and kept in spent the day clean pens or pnsiurrs. In order to system. most enjoyable day spent. Mrs. Win. Grimes.' The new rates, saving Lexington make n good showing the animals Mr. and Mrs. James Thomas and nn average of 'J2 cents a ton in should be wcllmucled and firmly little son, J. C. spent the day Sunday First Us of Kerosene. freight, will become effective June lleshed when shown. They should be with Mr. and Mr. Sim Clark. About the middle of the Nineteenth 16th., when the reduction from Ken prime about the time ofthe best Master Klein nnd Miss Acnes Kay century kerosene was used In latnpi tucky, Tennessee and Virginia mines. how, not too fat or too thin that or whnle oil, Ian I. olive oil 01 were Kuests Sunday night and Sun insteail some other such oil. The change was announcing May 10 by the Louisville their backs nre but smooth and firm day of Mrs. C. U. Xaylor. the result of the development of the & Nashville railroad also will go into on top. "Sheep with straight legs set wide Misies Ethel and Jcnevn Lane and wells In the United State. effect. spent Wdnesday Florence Stone Reductions to Lexington from apart having thick legs of mutton night with Mr. and Mrs. Jams Foster. West Virginia and Kastern Kentucky adn smooth, wide straight backs Minds of Lower Animals. It Is generally known that many mine are expected to be announced should be selected." said I'rof, L. J Miss Flora Adams, who has been Horiacher. "It is well to clip the visiting her sister, Mrs. Charlie Huff animals possess In n greater or less) soon by the Chesapeake & Ohio i our sheep early in order to get a good man on the Lexington pike has re decree the same miui iluit selves have, sight, hearing. smell, The cut in rates is in accordance growth of wool by fair time. They turned home. touch, temperature, and to on. and with the understanding between all should also be dipped immediately many of them exerlencc such Mrs. Tom Traccy and daughter that the railroads entering Lexington and after shearing. and Mr. J. 0. N'aylor spent the day emotions ns fear, nncer. erlef anil to; the Uqard of Commerce. "When the wool has grown out It was hut It Is nut quite so certain that they Wm. Thursday with Messrs. and nave even the elements of reason as agreed on at a meeting of coal oper- sufficiently it should be carded out Perry Long. wo understand that term. Tlielr minds ators and railroad officials in Cin- straight and smooth and at least two Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Simpson and are like ours only In the degree of cinnati last month, and approved, or three trimmings made previous to where necessary, by the Interstate the fair. This will keep the wool little daughter, Joetta Lave me, were their Intelligence. In addition fibers parallel and the lines of the guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Robt. Commerce Commission. , Cetlefs Pessimism. Simpson. to the mines in Southern Kentucky sheep even. If blankets are used In Heywood Itroun'n article In the) after the last dippings to keep out Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Simpson and Bookman oo pessimism In our col- - und Tennessee mines on the other subsidiaries of the Southern also are dirt care should be taken to see that little daughter, Joetta UaVernc of legos, he mention tl .it when he the sheep do not get too warm. Stanford road were guests Sunday of was at Harvard "then- - u n pretty affected by the new rates. Rates to Louisville are increased Sheep should be trained to stand cor general agayemcnt that life wns a Mr. and Mrs. B.M . Lane. sham and a delusion." Apropo. we from .11 to 54 cents a ton, depending rectly nnd should have plenty of life Miss Lulla Croushorn has been recall, albeit vaguely, u remark by cn grades and shipping points, nnd when showing." visiting her sister, Mr. John Yater Doctor Jewctt, who ali!, an neurly as the rates to Cincinnati from 37 Vi to Washing Bottles. Purina Chicken Feed, lira quality we can remember, thai nhlle he was 13 H cents a ton. The sediment In water bottles or kind for baby cbicks, for large chick, at Oxford the students were fond of referring to themee by the Greek cruets can be easily removed by ringens. Hudson ek Farnau. term of "Agnostic." overlooking the Hogs Suffer Unless ing thoroughly with a little hydro-chlorFriends are glad to know that Mr. fact that Its Latin equlvule.it Is "Icus acid, followed by clear wnter He1 ramus." Ilotou TraiiK-rtpt- . Frank Hardwlck is Improving. or ammonia water. In view pf the fact that hogs are Wise Uncle Jasper. they suffer animal flpeaklng of women nnd logic St3H$w3j$3.St3 greatly from the heat during the Clilcugo Tribune correspondent Is resummer months unless given some minded of u remark of Ids Uncle protection In the form of shade or Jasper after a verbal barrage with water for wallowini purposes, ac Aunt Hepilbuh. flushed with retreat. There Is only one cording to animal husbandrymvn. Uncle ohtcru-d-: person In Concrete wallowing tanks arc satis- bigger dam the world, sun. who Is a a woman, and foot factory for keeping; the animals cool tlmt Is the man thun tries to argue who but where it is impossible to have with her." these shudu has been found to be the most practical form of relief. Deadly Oerms on Bank Notes. WI.eij one of the If there are no trees in the pasHoles, ture field to afford the necessary re- used so commonly In I'urK wn suIh lief from the heat of the sun a good Jected ti nilcrovcoplcal examination. reMrt shnned there were To practice economy In the buying of Hardware and shelter may be constructed by set the ting some short posts In the ground more than 2lM),UK) germ attached Implements you should purchase that which the dealer is to It, the acciiniutulluii from dirty covering enough space so that all the band nnd untidy treatment while It willing to guarantee. Then you are sure of what you get. hogs can get under without crowdwas In circulation, mutiy of the germs Delow we list a few things that you need now and ing. Some two by four-inc- h or oth- being of n deadly nature had the bill er lumber may bo nailed to the top come In contact with u cut In the tlesu. should come and talk over with us, prices have been re of these posts and then covered with duced. light boards to form a roof. The boards must be nailed down to preNew Blue Ribbon Oil Stoves vent their being blown off by the O., Ice Cream Freezers wind. If the owner wishes the building for a permanent shade rafters Garden Tools ran be set up and the structure made Genuine Malta Double Shovels more complete. type of building 14 A shed-roo- f via Brown Minley Cultivators feet long nnd Ave and one-ahfeet Dain Mowers high in front sloping don to, three $3.15 L. Je N. $3.15 John Deere Binders feet high In the back and one-hahas given satisfactory results at the International Deerlug Twine 1921 College of Agriculture farm, accordYou take no chance when you buy any of the above ing to Prof. E. J. Wllford. No sides StMclal tTatia will Imv Lam- are put on the building as a free article, it ii vafe and economical. taV A. M., rsrttHYMC circulation of air is desirable. will Imv FeHtHk St SUtittsa, Where concrete allowing tanks are Ceaukwti Ct30 P. M. SUasJ. used for keeping hogs coo a small rJ TkM. (7.30 P. M. City amount of oil should be placed In TstsM.) the water to prevent contamination Few f isHlMNr MartautieM and to assist in keeping the animals Msk IsmwI Tick AMk , 5- - Zi 2t. free from lie. JUDSON Started Dtfl't Prtd Ytir Livtr ft Acton e Mefelealv Ceeteileattaei. rtetaforPala. a, MeeeJaehe. Lan-cate- ereatsetf. DIMS, He Jlmltt-Ho- n I- x with calomel cr forcing Tour towel, with Irritating Uiatlwte or Mrnj Is a great mliUVo. A be safer plan l strenctnenlnc and I on in the whula f1l(tlve .d eumlne-- tl ejretem with Naturs'a fUrredy (Ml TaLLti), which not onlr trinn Immediate relief, but genulrtaand Uit. Ins? benefit It act en the, itomach, ller. bowel and kidneys. Improve direction, and antmllatlon, overcome t.lllcuine-"cetrrrcM constipation and quickly relit t alck headach. your ytem thoruuihlr cleanied fl.t and Purified for unci stomach, liter nnd bowels working; together In harmony, antf you will not hi taka to tke medicine every day Juit Veep ona Nit Tablet orrwlonally to your ytem In condition and always feet jour Kemember It Is raJler and cheaper to kttp well than H 1 to got well. Get a lie lot and try It with the emderetamHnsr that It most sio you STvaler relief and bane&l than any bowel tir liver medlflna you eter U- 'cr no pay Nstare'a HamoV tMt and TabLU) U Mid. recommended ty your druscUU ami elimination tha (lomuti, liter nnd towele are, cloeely allied, and the jirctT action ft any rf th tha mean la brrety det.nderi tn-correct functioning uf all tha other. our "ver Intj action "Whlpnlns m The ercans cf direction. rathartlc n-- rticlng Monkeys. It Is true that an active boy mull easily outrun tnot monkeys "on th flat" Hut there I one specie, known a the I'otos monkey, which Is very swift. Hull! somen bat like a grey, ti on nil. It can gallop at a evd of IS miles nn hour, and outdistance a good louy Inconsistent. It Is one of the Inmnslstendes of man that he wilt make law to pro- Vic-cr- r4 bU tect the cleer. rurnleJ with game regulation, compel the fisherman to rep- - the small fish, and yet allow the ruthle destruction of the home In which the wild things live. American rWrxtry Mngrttlne. English Mercy fer Criminals. Kugtand a sentence of life Imprisonment Is always reviewed at the end of IS years, and If the prisoner's conduct has been uniformly good, ha Is usually releas.il. This Is particularly the case where a prisoner has !een sentenced for murder, for murderers are said to bo usually In d surround the partridge McROBERTS DRUG STORE. prisoner. Something Wrong. g Frederick bad hi fifth birthday. used to a little celebration on Hums events In the family, be thought this one dull, as nothing but a birthday cake marked the day. The following day he said: "Mother, didn't you for get to send out birthday cards" lie-In- Rsvesling Their Worth. The true historical genius, to our thinking. Is that which can see the nobler e.caolng of events that are near him, a the true poet Is he who detects the divine In the casual ; and we somewhat suspect the depth of his Insight Into the past, who cannot recognise Uie godlike of today under that disguise tn which It always visits us. ic Provided With Shade. The Best Hardware and Implements are the Cheapest. Lowell. Died With Their Prey. In the extiiuirdlnary diatom beds at Much Virtus In the Onion. Lorupoc Mania Harbara county. Call- - ' No doubt he ts o prejudiced witness fornla. occur untold million of sktle-tons of a small herring, while In the, but there may twi something all the uppvr strata ure many reuiatns of pred- same In the theory of a large grower atory fish which had entered what or onion that thl odorous tcgotsble was once a bottle-hapebay In order j has a "kick" which could commend to 9 ieeu on nurring. litis is eimeui It Uiose who mis their accustomed from the fact that one ofthe skcletoas alcoholic stimulant. It certainly ef a largo uuickerel has two herring strengthens the breath quite as efIn skeleton was once Its fectively as strong drluk over did, what rtilladrlplila Inquirer. stomach. d une-fran- c 8 EXCURSION You can get Real Service and Real Groceries at this Store. better Groceries than we sell. No one can Make you a lower price than we Make. No one can give you better service than we give. We tbJ..k It is to your laterest to buy from us, M4 WI MAKE GOOD ON WHAT WE TAIstfkt price is the proof. at Remember No one can sell you CINCINNATI, and return lf lf Sunday, June 5th., Boodloe Walker Bros Cmrey & foilley.'