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J.E.ROBINSON FOR WORK AND SYSTEM TOBACCO ORGANIZATION STATESENATOR Required To Rid Farm What Our Neighbors Of A Weeds. Think Of The CandiThere is no short cut to weed both prevention or extermination, dacy Of Our hard work and system being requir11 ARMOUR'S HEIRESS , LAST SUMMONS PROGRESSING SATISFACTORILY. Editorial. FOR LUKE M'LUKE according to K. C. Vaughn, a member of the llotnany Department of the Kentucky Agricultural Kxperi-meStation, who has estimated that K. Robinson, attorney, farmer, Joo newspaper man. of Lanrtstrr, an- there are more than -! varieties of nounce this issue for the democratic weeds In Kentucky which should be nomination for State Senator m this destroyed. An occasional cruadc district composed of the counties of will give only temporary relief but a I.tnroln, Garrard. Boyle anil Casey, systematic campaign lasting through Horn in Lincoln county, and owning every month nnd every year will sucexpense in the long with le n ceed .several farms In the county, Mr. Identified with tun. Is thoroughly llrnnng In mind the fact that pre!! U a Lincoln county people s vention is better than cure, the farone of thr best farmer, very careful in the in thi section ami hi- - rank high mer should be u a newspnper man; the latter busi- purchase of seeds and should make ness being sort of a hobby with him. nn earnest attempt to get those that Before he wan old enough to vote he nre free from noxious weed seeds, began to work and talk for the drmo. even though the cost may be much cratlc party and since he ha grown grater. In rase of doubt as to purto manhoo.l he hat been very promi- ity, samples, should be sent to the Station for analysis, nnd nent In the party. He sersed (lar-racounty as county attorney nnd judgement should be based, not on .1 It. .lti.lit.triHnti It - tflfirkfd With I the per cent of pure seed, but on the " He l executive com per cent nnd character of weed seeds good work. mitteeman for thu district ami when- contained in the sample. Care should be taken to prevent ever and wherever called by hi parof objectionable ty, he willingly answers Few men the introduction of his age haw done more hard work seed by threshing machine, cluwr for the party of parties than hat Mr. hullert, u'd train bag's and screenRubmoti and few hae a.ked a little ing. All implements and machinery of it He i a strum: speaker and that rould possibly carry seeds should before moved voice ha been heard in nearly In- - carefully rlenn-v- d In fact from one farm to another. Screenevery' county of the SUte be it always in the thickest of the ings containing weed seeds should be finht and he Is as effectual a pekrr boiled If ued for feed or burned if as he is a worker. A splendid cam- useless. Weeds should not he allowed to paigner, he will shake hand with a ureal many of the people in this dis- npen on the farm. Some, uch as trict before the August primary and amaranth, have inconpicuou Mowers ,n hi convincing way will give many nnd produce seeds before their presshould be rean why a democrat Frankfort, ence Is .suspected. For this reason weeds should be cut as oon a possent from this district to and incHlently. why that democrat sible after their appearance. It is highly probshould be himself. Some weeds may be crowded out thickly seeded able that he will haw no opposition by for the nomination, but very likely crops especially if the .oil is kept in the republicans will name a man for good condition. Most of them may the office. Mr Robinson is abte to be held In check by a good rotation meet and beat any republican who including one cloely cultivated crop shy hU castor in the ring, for failure every three or four year. Ijind should not be permitted to is not in his vocabulary; he has never betn beaten and he's going to win be idle, but some useful crop should thu year. Put that in your pipe and be kept growing whenever possible The task i not ended with harvest. smoke itInterior Journal. for some weeds mature later in the The Daily Messenger came In fall and the seed, scattered about this Issue the official announcement in various ways, produce weed the of Hon. J. K. Itobinson, of I.anca-ter- , next spring. for the Democratic nomination It will be found profitable, from for State Senator in this, the liith. the standpoint of weed prevention District. alone, to keep someheep. These We feel that the candidacy of Mr. animals nre useful In the advantage Itobinson should meet with the unan-mo- of being profitable in other way. and enthusiastic approval of the Democrats of the District. He A Serious And is an unusual man, in every way worthy and well qualified to represent thi district in the Senate. Mr. Itobinson was reared on the farm, Mis Helle Lcavcll, who lives noar and has never gotten away from it, Hyattsville, and who Is among the and he i now a practical farmer champion turkey raisers of the coun actively engaged in farming and con- ty uffered severe inroad on her versant with the needs of the fanner llock from tome unknown cause last With this qualifica- week; something presumably a varIn legislation. tion, he combine that knowledge of mint of some description, made way the law, which it absolutely necessary with fit young turkeys in one night. when an attempt t made to change The loss is a severe one a the young it; much of the failure in law en- turkeys were alout the sire of a actment in thit State, and much of frying chicken, and as they hail passthe bad law In force is the result of ed their most critical stage, it i reasn an attempt to amend the law by onable to suppose that the bulk of who did not know what thu law them would have reached the market was, with thr result that it was made this fall where they would have net worse instead of better. ted Mits l.eavell a nent sum. The combination of n practical farman, a Uev. G. N. Smith of Louisville mer, a successful businet-capable lawyer and speaker ought, it will till the pulpit at the Itaptitt seem to us, to constitute ideal quali- f'hareh next Sunday morning and fications for the office of State Sena- evening. tor, anil we appeal to Democratic and LOST: A large slse Cameo pin, Republicans alike to help elect Mr. Robin-o- n to the Senate for the good with four pearls, (two pearls nus of this district and the state at large. ing.) Lot .Sunday, June filli., be tween my home and public square or Danville Messenger. the square nnd Hrooklin llridge, via Iteward if returned to An unusual opportunity is offered lluenn Vistn. Mrs. A. D. Joseph, the people of the ISth. Senatorial me. t.aneatcr, Ky district to elect to office, In the per-nu- n of Hon. Joseph K. Itobinson, a capable business man, an experienc ed, practical farmer and a tuccestful 1 take this opportunity to notify lawyer, and we betpeak for Mr. Rob- my friend nnd patron of thu re inson, who announces u a candidate for State Senator in this ittue, the moval of my office. You will lind my new quarters cordial support of alt Democrat In over the Ciarranl Hank and Trutt the district. There arc time when It would be Company, next door to Dr. Hatfield. J. A. Anion. u good thing for the district and the practical itate to have nn every-day- , farmer In the Senate, there are time hit person alt of these unusual nnd when it would be a good thing for splendid qualification of u State the people of the district and thu Senator, nnd this district will have .state to have a capable lawyer in the a Senator who I a farmer, n lawyer, Senate, and there are times when It a successful huliut man and a capwould be a good thin? for the district able nnd eloquent speaker If he I nnd state to have a successful busi elected. We think the opportunity ness man of affairs In the Senate, and to secure thu services of this man I always it Is a good thing to have a a great one for the people of this capable and forceful speaker of Intel- district, and commend his candidacy ligence as a representative In the to Democrats and Republicans alike. Kentucky Advocate. Senate. Mr. Robinson combine in Countyman. ed, Rob-Inso- sue-cef- law-yer- In marketing among Tin' cirort to procure' the Krmvors of tobacco !. lioinj? favorably received by the' J 1, 000 a Yard Lace For Wedding Krower in all parts of the country. It should be no trouble Gown It Dismissed As Absurd. to convince the grower that the present method of selling toChicago, Lolita Armour, heire. bacco wholly deprives him of any opportunity for n voice in fixing the price. All the crop that is produced, whether it be to the millions of J. Ogdcn Armour, n most democratic large or small, is dumped upon the market in a few weeks is to have 18th., when the willwed be ding June This frequently results in cmbarassing the purchaser, married to John J. Mitchell, Jr., heir time. not only in acquiring sufficient money to handle the crop in to the millions of John J. Mitchell, so short a period, but makes it difficult in procuring and pro banker. Just why some of my friend viding storage space for the crop and at the same time makes should have said that I am going to it very expensive on the purchaser in preparing the crop in so trim my wedding dre with lace is short a time for storage, such as redrying. Casual thought a mystery to me," she explained. convinces everybody that the present auction system of dis "And at $1,000 n yard! I guess I'm posing of tobacco should be changed because it does not give There won't be any get what his atticle is worth. Agree- lace at nil. I'm going to wear a the producer a chance to when made up of ing then, that the present system of selling should be changed trousseauon my honeymoon. I think I leave the grower is asked to consider the plan offered for the co- extravagance, a displayed by .some operative marketing of the tobacco. bride., i horrid. My thing are go We invite the tobacco growers who are readers of the ing to be very simple, and so' the We think nn elaborate llecord to study the plan and to become interested in it. It wrdding. ceremony would be quite foolish. is our opinion that all who give it a fair consideration will be None of u want It. No fuss for me, favorably impressed. The growers are not the only interested thank you. parties in this movement, for both business and professional Not To Wear Jewell. men are dependent largely for success upon the fortunes of "Moreover, I nm not going to wear the tobacco growers wherever this industry has become a fea- a single Jewel at the wedding. At ture in the agricultural districts. The plan, as suggested, in least, I don't expect to. Hut, of eludes the holding of tobacco until the purchasers or manu- course, one ought to do everything to please one's husband don't you facturers are in need of the raw material for consumption think? I guess I'll have to ask John Another feature is that the organization is not built upon the about it. idea of any profit to any one. except the grower and only grow "Oh, yes. You might say that inv can become members of the organization. I he grower am going to wear some lace, fashion will be paid for his crop upon delivery more than he would ed from bits of the wedding gown probably receive if there was no organization and the net sum worn by my mother. a Hut it has no little senti intrinsic value; Just realized by holding the product oir the market and furnishing ment, that's nil . as the trade demands, it will be paid to the grower as each "We nre going travelling and will grade is finally deposed of. The growers of tobacco should not carry a car full of trunks. You avail themselves of every opportunity to hear the plan discuss- see we are both connected with the Mr. Mitchell is a flyer and ed until it is fully understood over the tobacco growing army. disciplined we are to hiking without districts of the country. much baggage. left-over- s' Is To Wed Simply. Famous Humorist Pass-e- s Away After An Operation For Appendicitis. CINCINNATI. 0., June 4th., Jame S. Hatings (Luke McLuke.) widely known as a newspaper man nnd humorist, died at midnight at 03 Cincinnati hospital. He wa year of age. Mr. Hastings was operated upon last Saturday for appendicitis, and his condition was considered favor able until yesterday, when he suf fered a relapse. Mr. Hastings had been on the staff of the Cincinnati F.nquirer for twenty years. He I survived by a widow and four children. Mr. Hastings Individual style of humor, his quips at modern foible, and his quaint philoophysical sayings turned out duly in his column of "Hits of Byplay," have helped to carry the name of "Luke McLuke" into practically every corner of the country. More recently he had conducted hi wdrk through a syndicate arrangement-Mr. 1 Hasting was born at Lowell, After engaging in newspaper work in that city he held position on newspapers in Roston, Philadelphia, and Washington before he became a member of the F.nquirer tuff two decade ago. Mas. Yantis. Information was received from a sanitarium In New York recently to the effect that S. F. Yantit, so familiarly known In Paragould as "Frank," is at the point of death and it not expected to live but a few hours. Mr.. Yantis received a message stating that the end was near last night, but this morning another telegram came. However, later in the day a third telegram was received, mention-in- g another relapse, and judging from the tone of the message, absolutely no hope is held out for his recovery. Frank left Paragould on the eighteenth of last September enroute to Montreal, Canada, where he had been offered a position with one of the largest Canadian railway systems. Prior to that time he had been gen-ermanager for the Jonesboro, Lake City and Eastern railway, with office at Jonesboro. With the severance of hit connection with that line, he came to Paragould and remained for only a few days, then left for Canada. In St. Louis he experienced a complete breakdown and remained there for some time, receiving medical treatment, then went on to Canada, but after two or three week! doubled back to New York, where he has been since. Mr. Yantis many friends in Para-goul- quick-growin- Candidates Galore. Chautauqua Week. The dates of the fledpath Chautauqua in Iincaster this year has been It prom fixed for July fith. to 11th. ises to be the best ever sent out by this bureau. Candidates adays as the place where the bad folks go, and beloved voter Is having hi good right hand shaken so often and fervently that wr fenr he will grow shy of the office seeker before his services can become ueful. are as numerous nowproverbial tiddler In the W. C. T. U. June 9th. i Flower Mission. The local Union will observe Saturday nt three o'clock nt Mrs. J. II. Kin- naird's. Persistent Builders. Messrs. James W. Smith nnd Theo. Currey nre each building new residences on Water street. These two progressive young men have done much toward the improvement of in the building line, each having erected several nice residence and have as often been tempted by handsome profits to part company with them when completed. irs you can get. lleae bring all of the How- - Oiled Streets. m Deplorable Lot. per-(io- s Announcement. We are at present in the throe of our annual street oiling, and there is oil, oil everywhere. Loud lamen tation are going up from houewives, automobilists nnd the public in gen eral. However, we must take the Coming-G- et bitter with the sweet and the amount Off during the re of dust we will mi Notwithstanding the dire threat. mainder of the summer will more made by the members of the Rock- than mnke up for the inconveniences The advance men are heralding the castle fishing club to expel Saufley we nre now enduring from the oil, coming of Chautauqua early in July. Hughes from its membership because so let's grin nnd bear it. The streets have been oiled and It is of hi. reputed catch of a wounded cutting weeds, now time to begin whale in Florida, he forms one of a Miss whitewashing nnd making our prembunch composed of John Fnrra, Weslook as presentable as possible Miss Margaret Frost, former com ises ley Dickerson and Webb Kelley, who munity nurse here, has been selected to the ninny visitors who are with u for n went to Charity's Monday by the Red Cross n n teacher in for this most enjoyable annual event. weeks fishing. Western Revenue University summer Means, school, in Cleveland, O. Miss Frost By Livin' High. educational is assistant supervisor, Have It. Verily this it the reason of the department. Cleveland Chapter dehigh in spite partment, Cleveland Chapter Ameriyear when we can live A movement is on foot to organize Many folk have can Red Cross, during this course nnd place on n sound basis a good of old H. C. I already "had peas," nnd beans nnd Her duties nre teaching the principle. bae ball team in and we potatoes are Jut nbout ready with nnd their practical nppllcnton to the sincerely hope the plans will materialcorn ami tomatoes coming apace. work of the Red Cross nurse instruc ize. And while you are at it boys, The fruit crop is an utter failure, tor nnd to the public health worker put some kind of seats and shelter but the blackberry crop give. won- in rural communities. Mits Frost's in the park, so that when people go derful promise, and this taken with many friends here will be glad to out there and pay CO cents to see the fact that we are having a fairly know- - that she stands so high with a game, which by the way is a pretty good honey year, give u something the Red Cross n. to be selected for steep price, they may be comfortable. for which to be thankful. this position. There are a number of lay "fnns" in Lancaster who would nttend every game, but are prevented because they Silas Shelburne Dies. Why Not A connot go out there nnd stand loose leaf Silas Shelburne pioneer throughout the game in the hot tun. tobacco warehouseman, was stricken One of the most feasible poisibl apoplexy Friday morning at hi with A Visit warehouse In Lexington and tiled im- htles of Lancaster I n tobacco facmediately. In the passing of Mr. tory. A number of years ago the Home. Shelburne not only the tobacco inter- late Andrew Cunningham manufacMr. Joseph 1. Sandlfer, of Fort ests of the state but of the nation tured in Lancaster n twit of tobacco surrendered one of the most out- which nttuined nn enviable reputa Thomas, Ky., Is enjoying a week's With thu excepstanding figures. For the past twen- tion on the market and proved a good stay in ty years Mr, Shelburne lint been one seller. Since that time the market tion of one d&y Mr. Sandifer has not of the leading figures of the Lexing- for twist tobacco hat grown consider- been In Lancaster for thirty-tw- o ton tobacco market nnd it one of ably, although the quality of the years. He I connected with the the men most responsible for its brands offered nre far inferior to the Union Trust & Savings Co., in Cintwist." cinnati, but resides in Ft. Thomas. growth. He wa a native of Vir- famous old "Cunningham Mr, Sandifer spent his younger ginia. He camu to Lexington in Right here where the best hurley In was originally warethe state Is grown, and where there days In 1911 and built the second house in that city. Although 75 is labor skilled In the manufacture with thu National Rank, but went years of age Mr. Shelburne was very of this article, it teems perfectly with thu Citizens Hank upon organiactive nnd looked after his ware- feasible that a factory would succeed zation of that Institution, and rehouses in Lexington and North Caro- from its inclplency. The outlay to mained with it until he left here for lina a If he were twenty year establish a factory of thit descrip- Middletboro. Mr. Sandifer It receiving- a warm younger. The body was taken to tion would be small and we believe Washington, N, C. Saturday for would prove a money maker to some- welcome from hi legion of Lancaster and Garrard county friend. one who would take hold of it. burial. "When we come home again ah, that's different." she laughed. "I'm going to stnrt housekeeping and tup ervise everything. Then I'll buy some nice new clothes." Was "Incubator Baby." Some twenty year. ago Miss Armour was known a the "incubator baby." The only heir to the many. Armours seemed fated to infantile death or chronic invalidism. But trained nurses and special diet car ried her to the age of eight. Then Dr. Lorenz, a famous Viennese surgeon, made two trips to the Armour home and the child's hips, dislocated from birth, were straightened. During the war she went through two women's training camps, sleeping in a tent, cooking, washing and po llclng the camp. She made a big success in war work and Liberty bond drives. al To Charity's. Chautauqua Ready. d Frost Honored. All Let's Tobacco Factory? Enjoying The Old To sinceerely hope that a quick turn for the better will come, and that he will pull through the threatening shadows of the valley jutt a he pulled out of a great many tight place before. Paragould hat never produced a more genial, whole-soule- d citizen than Frank Yontis. He had hi faults and they were many and so hat the rest of mankind, but he held a high conception of honor viewpoint, Judged from his self-winnd he was not the kind of a critic who consigned others to perdition becaue they failed to agree with unique him. He wat an original, character, possessed of a wonderful Intellect and a splendid personality, fenrless from almost every angle, g friend to those he and a chose to mingle with. A message was received just a the paper was going to press, stating that Mr. Yantis died nt .1:30 this afternoon. Paragould Messenger. .Mr. Yanti was born und raited in Lancaster and wat well known here. He wa the ton of Mrs.Mary Daniels Yantis, and n nephew of Mrs. Theo. Currey, Mrs. Carrie Davidson and Mrs. W. J. Romans, of this city, all symof whom have the heart-fel- t pathy in their great bereavement. ll life-lon- i Genuine Kanawha salt, In tackt or barrels. Hudson k Farntu. Tax Notice. All persons who do not pay taxes duo the Lancaster Graded Common School between now and June ISth. will be advertised. Thit It by order of the board of Trustees. These taxes have been due since Dec. 1st., 1920. J. .) E. STORMES, Pres. W. II. CHAMP, Sec'y. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday June 9. 1921 heat I certain to reult In crowding The range may include the entire farm or be limited to a amall area but regardless of site should supply j green food and shade for the grow ing bird. They should also have ' plentiful supply of cool, fresh water, ' Alfalfa or clover range has been found to be the mot satisfactory helping the chick make n normal .growth but if these are not available any green pasture or orchard may be tteil or such crop ns rye ami oats twn. A vinegar barrel equippeal with a faucet and set on a box provides a convenient method A new size package! watering the chicks. A constant Ten for 10c. supity of wuter is furnished by o'n lug the faucet in the end of the bar Very convenient. rei earn morning so that the water Dealers carry both; drip slewly into the pan below. The rate tf drip should be goverened by lOforlOc; 20for20e. the size of the dock. The faucet It's toasted. she u Id be closed at night. It is tsentiol that plenty of shade be furnished the chicks during the hot summer days ami if tree. or bushes are not growing on the range temporary shade should be provided by growing some crop a corn or sun flower. A crude shed will suppl Chicks On shade in the absence of anything Make Best Growth. better. As soon as the sex can be deter In order that growing pullet may mined the pullet and cockerel have an opportunity for developing should be separated. It i usually normally anil reaching maturity at more profitable to sell all surplus the popular time it Is Important cockerels at this time keeping only that they be separated from the re- those that will be needed for breed mainder of the flock anil placed on mg purpose the following fall. I'ul- good ranee when eight to ten week lets and cockerels should be placed old depending on weather condition, in spearate houses, care being taken according to J. I!. Smith, Held agent to see that birds of approximately in poultry from the College of Agri- the same size are placed in the same culture. In being removed from the house. If the chicks are confined in brooder the young pullet. should be the colony houe for one dav after . . tr U'inniil ......-..- .v till. ..urn tU.m- (... in j " mi- ii urine removed irom me brooder or a changing them from n heated (the mother hen they will return to crooner xo a colony house with no the houe at night. ' I WAGING WAR ON "LADY KILLERS" I . -- 1 J We Paid The highest market price for your roosters last week and arc still paying the highest prices for all kinds of PRODUCE & EGGS Phone us we want your business. Nothing of the "Lady Killer" About This Equipment. Range rleiilture. Among the holy killer" ate fotiml lbt un.liluu.nl tli.. .hiI trti tbe vnil. brush, the water wll. the shortlnthdh-dii.lui. tbe ax. ami n tiuiulter of Implement wild willed iminy women me thllged to do thetr work. iMily killers" was another ovlntill of In offset II wilts iih.1 tn.-- n ol lightening work In Ihe home In till were Intituled "kllrlien )ltae.v"- - ti (tele tee unguis refrigerator, washing machine, pjitn for 4Hii(e WHlet SJlelil, llrelex ct.iker. fruit anil vegetable drier, otl IN.rtulrte ru tiniker nml hjtlriinllo rum. Setnl miitiiifm tun r showed liclit awl power planl -- tillable for farm hottie nt the same exhibit. Small diivenietKcs eol lug miJHh.ro 'rotM ."i lo 2fi eeHI Were also dlphived. Hotting more rumen len.i for tlo.ng work Into the borne Is the hIiii of hoiiieilfmiiirIUm agent. u I'rrirr,l by the United Mates Prtilin.iit of Af . An exhibit of aily killer." the kind fount! In loo ta .it home, wa re cvtitly put oil In dlffereiil of ihe Slate of iihi(ic(eii by tbe U'nliiiig1ni .Stale Collect. extension ileiflrtlnent Hlttl Ihe fulled S le I Vpnrtmeht of At COMPANY. K. 1.. II A (i AN, .Mkt. STANFORD ST., LANCASTER, KY. !,.. err It is fa ! that a arne nunil.tr of government H.ititn .tre m an' b. cauH men tan not ;ie on the low wage (Hiid. The fellow who used to live comfortably on $50 a month nw( flntU that sum an aggraralittn. ubotit enough to feed the nMsttuites in the average heme. If ou consider every .lay the best m the year there will be no other kind. are becoming too i nti-ni- .i-ii- 1 . USE GARDEN PAD TO SAVE SKIRTS MONEY TO LOAN on good city property. Pay back on weekly or monthly installments. Contrivance Makes Transplant ing and Weeding by Hand Much Easier. EXTENSION WORKER The Lancaster Building & Loan ASSOCIATION. J. E. nOBI.VSO.V, President Incorporated. Wm. S. HOPrEIt, Scc't. & Trcs. ASSISTS Matting, Burlap, Heavy Canvas or Even an Old Rug or Piece of Carpet Can Be Made Use Of Directions for Cutting. (Preptrrd Hard Even for tht Wise. A fool and bis money are mmih but nowadays even wle men have a bard time hanging onto their ensh. Two Extremes In Human Hair. Tlie two ostremc In biiman hair are that of the negro, flat In section and curly, nml that f the Mongolian, which Is round ami straight. Cleaning Itetd and willow cleaned by rubbing If not waxed they with soapy wnfrr, t Baskets. baskets nre best with n stiff hru-.li- . fie criihhed in. .1 .nil dried. Oriolnal "Buccaneers." The term "Inicraiieer" originated on Ibe island of Tortugn. It Is derived from the French word describing men who cured meat by the "Imuran" proc-cia system of smoking the flesh on green sticks. s, t 1H I I to-day. Qhoriuin-lWilliam- til jjj the best Paint on the mar- ket Phone us and the aHs Ha PAINT Ijjli' 1 aKVTi7 o by ll fnltl Dfpurt. iikiii oi AKiicullutrl So far as the garden Is concerned Re. forma? Busy n women are reforming tha I've struck,' sabl ilrs, I "union to her men. they're nut neglecting their awn caller, as she ut back, knitting in her hands, prepared to rouut. -- I'm forms. Washington Post. tired to death of aching knees iind skirts, .N'o more tegetnble Seasonable Thought. Around this time although n woman ganien for me, Mr. Ilroun; anil t may havi? un old hn; on her head, she Ion t think I'll pi u in unr annuals in tbn tlouer beds, either." Into a new one on her mind lioston Mrs. llronn smiltHl. "ilut don't jou Transcript. Just loe the fee untl the smell of the freshly turned dirt In jour hands Upttaht and Oonnttalrs. when you'r sowing or transplant A short time urn I Invited a (lumber Ing?" she aked, 'now. don't you. Mr. of friend In to piny bridge. When i 'anion they were leaving one of them wild "I confess I tin," Mrs. I Union nil- to me: "I found this white linen bow mltted. "i:eii after all my complaint In tbe crown of my bat. It's the onti I fancy that when the lime of garden your urn Id near In to-- hair." Ing tomes 11 buve trouble sticking to dentjy, while we were playing canls ... r.,k,.l..t.... ' mt . tliiwnialrs, tii r mnlil was uptalr try. Suggests Use of Garden Pad. Ing on the guets bat, mid, inif "I'd think tlmt. as all ou tll'llke. It was truly le.i a t really. Is the condition undo r whltb most emhnrr.ix ng Oilcigo Tribune. Ihe work I done, ym might e a gar-- . . .i ....i .urs. 4irtmn silgki'stl, .i.n i'iui "one of the kind saw the agent (fuelling some elub girls to make the other tlay." "Do ou siippo.. sho would show me how Vn down deep in my hourt I'd like tw wikliig In the soli In my garden thl day. If tbe frot were f.l ' grmintl." M I.1" Mr. Iiamon's W' were shining "I am sure she wsiiild," .Mr. Ilrtiwn replletj nn tbt-- o were Ihe directions width (be evtensimi worker, under the supervision of ibe State Agricultural Stli j j r j i r I. A knowledge rf the law of health j-- ,he lo cut the iwltem tltnibte. nml wrl tieiit) HnltHijrtl htluren Ibe loes nut ftifflf by intlnct. Miy a oiiile tii. I the lining to hold tbe leading authority. It must be taught. I Mr. Harding says we should look when tlnihtl hiti Oil ton tap u j Kvery child should be taught to desire first to the iHtetiota of our own coun-iifor bliitlinc the etlce logeiber. ceaiilines inttead of accepting it, try. That is good advice, ami his ....I for the iMtmlle. . oMmik ;.iee 'undt.r ,,rot,.,ti deai.lint. len.Uilrst act should be to purge the bu.i-o- f biMik ollelwib vweil on the under i, .. i l .. tnr ntss wori'l, oi ine .t v niri,..i, iiu.i u t.i. tntrve an-- rast t iirniiii side of Ibe bottom will pruteet power of m nd and pave the road who are tunverting the wur I bii-tthe p.ol mid keep the cushion dry ness' mto n term of r rose' sum" Onehnlf yitrl of limiting, one jard of tleiiiiii mie roll of tape, ami one oblong of Mink oilcloth will bit sutlltieni to make the ul. Cut Paper Pattern First. 'nt a (niper imttern by the measure. nient glten In the lllutrattM! pattern The oblong may be made larger or a smaller desired. Whrn such chitiigf are HMiile. howeter the nlde eluls w bkb fold ariHKHl should be made long or short enough to Just meet the liack comers of tbe njiure. I'm the lining first and rfti It to ihe matting The two edge should I THE CAR Imuild with the rotton tax at once to keep the miming from rntellng. The simplicity of the Ford car, stability 'lit a "trip IS by H Inrbe for Ihe in construction, the fatnuui heat treated poeket. Place u hem at tbe Vanadium steel with its marvelous, strength top Hint ew the bottom of the (xicket along the dotled Hue on the lnld and flexibility, the low cust of operation anil of the front of the frame before the maintenance, its case in operation, all have nroUlitl ant! fastened sides are folili-made the car the Kreat favorite in every to (he sltles of the bottom. Itim a land in the world. I t's the one car that always through the hem to Imlrl rubber band satisfies and serves. A utility beyond question the lop mlge straight aero, but tl that all can aiinrd. Wc will (c pleased to have not stretch the rubber. Stitch the your order. Don't dclav because the demand sides of the (xirkft lo the Inside of Yc have almost everytis heavy all the time. the front, anil (be pkc( will be hing, in motor car accessories, sell the I finished. yenuinca Ford I'arts, and assure the best in Cut an oblong or black oilcloth for I mechanical repair work. it round Ihe bottom aad sew It tbe edge of the niHlerlile of Ihe enr) plate much of u multiplicity in this country, We will Ime t use greater discretion in this rapid accumulation of wealth. lor there will be no poor men left to I fx il.ii .l ' .. one-inc- UNIVERSAL in oiie-lnr- h lt 1 I I - ' .ir" iL JV-.v. j, . - - i Haselden Bros Garage. not ntcrestctl in any car except Ford i u-- . i M 1 i : I tr xj Pattern of the Pad. i , I t- MfilijjMU !v I i 1 I Becker & Ballard Hi; H ('J j i t B H I') I I Bryantsvllle, Ky. tolll. then fob) each side to meet the sides of tin- - bottom, untl ew Ibelil logett.vr. Pnslcn the end of one piece of tape, in Inches long, to the bark cor tier of the triune: also ew end of another pine tif tape tbe same length to (he lower front corner) of the frame; fasten the latter also So Ibe Itring these looe top of the front. This loon! together and fasten. will drop In handle when not In stile the pud. Make a cushion of the lining t fit Hat on tbe Inside of thl frame and stuff It wllh cotton, or rover a thick plete of felt with tbe same material. to This cushion should be fasti-net- ! the bottom of the kneeling pad, Age of Oiteretlon. Youth has Its coiniM'ti'iillniiH, hut personally wo are g!. to have il ll l'e when we thrilled at Ibe sight of a gent In a llk hat Mint fur collar. pu-M- u', tiulveslou NVws. At clent Armor, The nut lut aro. r In the Mftropohtiii Mnsc'ii of form. one of the .r, tile.t 'ollectlons of Its kind In tbe i.. rtd llrookljn Ksgle. , ,rl Heslet ThtKight of Illness. HefUse to Iw III. .Vever tell p ijdc Jud Tunklne. Jud Tunklns shj n man's: twdilest ymt are III. tieter it it. j.mrM-lf- . , Is ami most phllantbrodc efforts often Illne tbina ib.. piluel4e whUli a fall in attract ns iiitirh attenllon tauii slmtiM relt n lit the among his friend as tbe fact tlwit be onset. I.) it, h lias bought a Hew ImiI. AW 4round the House .N'ewr turn griddle cakes twice, or they will be tough and indigestible. "Expectation" Dream. To ilream that )iu etect some oni and he conies denotes jou are safe, lu the course you are pursuing, but If bo does not come, then ytHir coursn Is unwise anil )ou should chance. Clean Shave by Lightning Stroke. Thorn are soveral etiso, of .,tide being slwvtsl by HiititalHg. A fainom one s tlmt of tbe 1'retn h doctor. Ciml. Her, who lived nt Ctaid.rj. III. .nr, was taken off as cleanly as though hit bad been shave,!. It never grew again. i i i Garden Pad Made of Inexpensive Material Saves Clothes of the Gardener. college anil Ibe I'nlletl State. If4irt-uit'li- t of Agriculture, gue Mrs. Damon : the lieit 'Ibe pail limy be liinde of matting, or eeti un old rug or plieo of ear'i lly planning in.nls for a week abend the hoiisekeei'r can save herself miieli trouble. With lu'lltil u W 0 RIGNKY W B. OICKhRSON salad anil butter snure of some kind Kilatom. tlli sene . cucumber W. 0. H. RIGNEV & CO. Residence I'hone a.'i With creallletl SHtnwm-WaiAH-S Products burlap, dttiliu, oilcloth, beuvy tiiuv u. of carpet. ttr eeii an old rug or Matting llni-'- t with brown tlenlm very suitable Material, because tills color tines lint show soil Tbe niatl.tig lltitil wllh brown denim ami hound with red tiiie makes, an attrue-llttelor r tn, l iitlon. If ilolb with t ut the Inuttilig U used It will be tiic1 - To cleanse worstil sweaters, scarfs, liotxls, cups, etc., use ordinary wheat flour, washing the garment In It us )iu would in wuter. A cbnlr with stiff, prim lines Funeral Directors and Embalmers Olllce Phone It e In tbe reception room ur the ballriMMii It may tlmt Ha place, but never lu the living ncia. Lancaster, Kentucky. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, June 9 92 1 1 . New $25.00 LAD ir.S LOW SHOES AT MANUFACTURERS FOR COST I1EGIN. 1021. We are showing splendid quality at the new low price of k all-woul HI suits for men and young men. Onr standard of $27.50 Boys Knee Suits 30 DAYS, You can buy clothes for less than we sell them but not the same quality $30.00 $32.50 $35.00 $7.50, lO., 12.50 and $15.00 LADIES LOW SHOES AT COST BEGIN-NIN- JAS. W. SMITH IIOUSK OF QUALITY MANUFACTURERS FOR 30 DAYS, JUNE NING JUNE Ci.pj light m9.HiitScuatliicrl.Mati l.l.. LANCASTER, - - KENTUCKY. 111., 1911. Cot.yticln n:o Hart Sclutfccr & Man Sunday with Mr. nnd Mrs. Austin Hlack. Mr. and -- ROSEN RYE Is Most Popular In The State. Itovti ry it the mat popular variety aiaetig Kentucky farmers grow-Ir- k th erep. according t Invest!-gatkiconducted liy Ralph Konncy, trops exleion specialist frm the College ef Agriculture. Fnrmrrs In some counties have grentt tke variety far three year with the result trmt nine-tentof the rye new produced variety. Thl there' i of the particular variety grew tailor, Ua larger head, larger and givet mere untiiHK than any other grown, according tu faroitirs who reported on the intestigalien. Advantage of l!irn rye m a crazing crop are shewn ly result. obliy William I'atherglll at Kat-tc- r tain Day n Carrwll county. Mr. Fathered! idantcd I'Mcn Hyp in the renter uf a corn field lat fall which planted with bjUH' rye around thr edges. This spring after tin1 field hail been patturcd fur seme time It wa found that the cattle had untied the ltorn rye to the ground while the native rye hail hardly been touchh Ra wa quite nick for teveral day last week. .Mm Farm women of lOgun cunty are Emily II. Itourne. ef Wc.t showing nn increased interest in home it vinting relative here. economics club, according to a Mrs. .Mary Dety hn been suffering of Mim Mildred Obaver which greatly the el!icU of having a tooth states that a new club hat lifen form- extracte!. ed at Auburn. Several ether club TheMotwr. llwmtHon. ef (Ieorgi-Uwin tht- country are holding regular arrived Tuesday a 1it to meeting. thulr pnrent. I!v. and Mr. Thompl atimestane receiving special son. tention from farmor in several Mr. and Mrs. Troy Hogg have of Knox county, according to returnetl from tieorgctown where (.'unty Agent. lUiri Mayhew. Jame Canto, near llatlick, h derided te they have been vuiting .Mr4 Hogg' re-K- rt n, - Farm And Home News From Over Kentucky MAKKSBURY Mr. Josh Sutton fr Mr. Cameron Prewitt and children, Ruth Cnmeron nnd Jame Thomas and Mr. Japer Sebastian of N'ina were the visitor of Mr. Wm. Ray Wednesday. Mr. and Mr. Fred Snyder and bright little daughter, Allle It., Mr and Mrs. J. I). Ray and Calvin, Mr. Frank Ray and daughter and son, .Ml Montn and Jame S. were entertained by Mr. nnd Mrs. Marshal Ray Sunday. BUCKEYE W. M. S. meet" Thursday evening at three o'clock, June 10th. Mr. and Mr. T. S. Pieratt were visitor in Richmond Sunday. Ml. Nnomin Cornish, of Harrodi- burg, is visiting Miss Lorn Ilrown. Mr. Kdd Waller, of Louisville, visited Mr. ami Mrs. I.unzy Ray last week. Mr. Hrack Grow of I.cxlgnton, ha been visiting Mr. nnd Mr. Walter (J row. Mrs. Flora Long and daughter, t re um a carload on his farm law fulL father. Ml Sutan.K. Sutton entertained Farmer of Clay county cooperatfriend at dinner Sunday. ing with County A Kent L A. Chirk a few have adapteil the jloiin "Hotter Seed Her special guitt wnt Mr.. l!uell, SLOW DEATH diff- Aches, pains, nervousness, iculty in ed STOP THAT ITCH! Purify Your Blood are due to disordered blood. If you arc afflicted wltb ikin trouble; don't suffer the maddening torture lonxer. but start riant awar to purify your Mood with b. b. a. me siaaoaru moots purifier for ofer 60 years. sdttem.mtthout ejar, Mmdical Adwnat, mult SSSCn, iWp'l. 4)0, Alltnlm.a. Ott S.S.S.mt rur tltuHiit Chtml other (kin trouble lH.ni lattir and manw For Sptriml Baaiht or tot indi-9td- ul S.S.S. Thu Standard Bleed Pmrifit Up-To-Date? and (letter Crop." The ilognn wai first ummI in connection with the of a large amount of purebred minI corn. Mure than li-'- people recently at- trndml a club and community meet Ing held in Upper Crane Creek com inunity. Whitley county, by County Agent W. II. S. Woodward. A pro cram including nong mid illuttmted lecture contributed toward making the meeting one of the best that ha ever been held in the county. Poultry it receiving special atten tion from Fulton county farmers, ac cording to Atxlttant County Agent J V ItickctU, who ri'MirU that more than 35 farmers will build model poultry houiei thi fall. The campaign for purebred live itork u meeting with unuiual iucccm hi (iravcK county, according to a re port of Awiitant County Agent W A Humphries, who report that more than r0 farmer have already nlgnl fled their Intention; of uting nothing ( but purebred lire. Klght Knox county farmers arc co operating with County Agent Karl Mayhew- - to demonttrate the value of Lnuitono and acid phosphate in In creating the corn yield on different type of toll. Four of the farmer are located In the Providence com munity ruid four In the Callahan com. munlty, S of Dallat. urinating, often mean aerious disorders. The world's Irird it? Onr tack of standard remedy for kidney, liver, Ballard's Ohvlitk Flour will convince bladder and uric add troubles you. We drlivrr in town. Have you Are You Do you load it at the muzzle When you want a thot or twoT 'Do you Mind it with a watch-keI.Ike your father uied to do? How'd you like to hop n hor-co- r Like you did long year ago? Don't uu auto beat an Well, I rather reckon to. Da you argue that an hour-gl- a Heat a Waltham nil to mash? Do you ute the tame old tyttem Keepln' book and countin' rash, Do you trim a goose quill neatly When you want the ink to llow? Don't you think there' been Im y ? provement In the last decade r ik? Tell ui, are you advertising In the tame old foolish way did before you That your grand-da- d And persitt, "It doetn't pay?" Think the whole world know your W'A If quality was theC&opcrBatleiy fsSS measumlWColtl, address '"Cause It hasn't changed in yean! Wouldn't the patho of such logic Drive a billy goat to tear? Just a card is all you care for? Hidden, lonesome and unread, Like the sign upon the tombstone Telling folk that you are dead. Wake up, and take a tonic, Hunch your hit and make a drive, Run a page and change your copy, Advertise and keep alive I Endeavor. Rccharq ami Repair all makes of batteries We CONN CONN Several from thl place were in ill. town Saturday. Mis Sadie Beazley of Somerset, Mr. and Mrs. Lige Holton spent Mr. Claude Jenkins of Newby and Friday with Mr. and Mrs. Hobart Mrs. Liza Walker have been guests of Mr. T. O. Hill nnd Mr. and Mr. Grow. Mr. and Mr. Goblc Hick spent TiUbott Jenkiiu. Mr, and Mr. Luther Raney, Misse Sunday with Mr. and Mr. Maurice Klvaree Carter and Carrie Preston, Turner. Mi Arlcigh Matthew spent one Messrs. Xevis and N. G. Preston of night recently with Mrs. James Mat- Lancaster, Mr. Dave Hunter, of Nicholasvillc, Metsr. Clay and ftufu thew. Illakeman, of Kirksville, were here Mr. Mary A. Sander spent a i Sunday to see Mr. Lenzy Ray, who .Mrs. A. J. Rice. last week with Mr. and Mr. continues ill. Jame Sanders. Miss Margaret Doty of Midway, who was expected homo last week Miss Ida Mae Sander of tancas-te- r accepted a position has been the guest of her cousin, in Lexington, POSITIVE PROOF Mi where the will be for sometime. Gladys Snyder. MIm Doty received the honor of her Mr. and Mr. Dan Ray spent Saturclat in domestic science, having re- day night and Sunday with Mr. and Should Convince the Createit SkB ceived an average of OS. Mrs. Lewi Simpson. tle In Lancaster. Mr. nnd Mr. Ituford Grow and Because It's tho evidence of a LanLOYD. baby were guest of her parent. Mr. caster citizen nnd Mr. Jim Clouse. Testimony easily Investigated Mr. and Mr. (Mile Hlark spent The strongest cndurement Mrs. Ike Duncan and children nnd of Sunday with Mr. and Mr. Oz Hlack. Mis Christine Preston spent Friday merit The best proof Read It: Mr. Ollle Hlack and baby were with Mr. Ui G. Preston. D. C. Sanders, prop, of lumber and visitor of Mr. 1. - Matthew Wed Misse Christine nnd Olivia Pre, coal business, Campbell St., Ijincax-te- r, nesday. ton were the guest of Mrs. Ike Duny: "1 hao used Doan's Mr. M ollle Mobcrley, of llradshaw can Thursday night. Pills with very satUfactory reMill, ha been visiting her uncle; Mr. Willie MoberJey ha been n sult. My kidneys wero out of orMr. Salem Hurt-recent visitor of hi mother, Mr. C. der and I had dull, nagging back-achI also bad a soreness Just Mr. Henry Ray Intertained Mewr. Moberley. over my kidney and they wero IrL L. Matthew, Ollle Hlack, Mar COW PEAS. SOY BEANS, Kidney Doan's TEN. regular In action. shal Ray Thursday. Pill, procured at Storrae' Drug NESSEE MILLET, CANE SEED. Metsr. Marshall and J. 1). Ray nnd Store relleed I ho trouble and put Hudson & Farnau. my kidney In good condition." Master Calvin Ray spent Tuesday Mr. and Mrs. Neut Grow and Mr. with Mr. Fred Snyder. I'rlco COc, at all dealers. Don't Leonard Pollard spent Saturday with simply atk for a kidney remedy get Miss Nannie Sanders and Mrs. Mr. Lige Holton. and Mrs Doan's Kidney Pills tho tamo that Wm. Ray spent Thursday evening Co, Mis I.orio Hrown wa the guest of Mr. Sander had. with Mr. Harris Teater. Ml Agnes Simpson last week to at- Utr., Buffalo, X. Y. Mr. nnd Mr. Fred Snyder spent tend the meeting at Scotts Fork. Saturday in Lancaster, the guest of Master Kdison Folger has returned JUDSON Mr, and Mr. Loddie Itnney. to hi home at Hryantsvillo after Mr. and Mrs. Harris Teater nnd several Mrs. Geo. Naylor and family spent month stay with his grand son, William, were the guests Sun- mother, Mrs. Thursday with Mr. Sim Clark. C. Moberley. day of Mr. and Mr. Klrby Teater. Mr. Luther Smith bought a hore e Little Mis Jessie I.avcrnu Have you tried it? On tack of has been the guest of hr grand- from Mr. Tom Ray, price unknown. Mr. and Mr. John Dyehouie wero Ballard's Obelisk Flour will convince mother, Mrs. R. '.. Price at Paint guest Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Luth you. Wa deliver in town. Lick. Hudson t Farnau. Messrs. Tevis and Jessie Preston er Smith. Mr. Simmle Clark spent last week Mi. Nannie Sander tpent tho patt nnd Misses Carrie, Christine and Linweek with her sitter, Mr. and Mr. da Preston, were in Danville Satur- with Mr. James Thomas on the Dan ville road. Wm. Ray. day shopping. Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Matthew were The rogue are still the unwel Folger and RayMessrs. Eugene come visitors of this community. mond Doolln, of HrysnUville, were guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Everyone hopes how soon their last guest of Mrs. C. Moberley Saturday Simpson. trip will be. night and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Black spent --few-daIKid-noy Foster-Mllburn llur-dett- Iluilton & Farnau. Little Chmtine, the daughter of Mr. and Mr. Will Shears is at the point of death with choberalnfantum. The ymhithy of the neighborhood is ahui with the mother, who is quite tick. Mr. Gordon Doty, Miss Stella Doty, and Mim Duty' gue.t, MU Juanita Dunn, attended the tlsh-frgiven by Mr. Jim Aldriilge at the iron bridge ,lat Friday. Mis Eugenia Pollard has returned from a visit to her itor, Mrs. Kila Ceosl, of Danville. She wa accompanied home by Mis. Annie Cecil, who will spend several day with relatives at thl place. The I W. S. will give an Ice cream nupper on the evening of June Iflth. hour from to 10 o'clock. Price of supper 25 cents. Everybody invited. The supper will be nerved from the basement at the home of y GOLD MEDAL fcrinc quick relief and ofttn ward oil deadly disease. Known at the national ftmedy of Holland lor mot tnan 200 .years. All druixtitt, In ihrt site. Cell MeaeJ ea eterr Ut POOR RIPCE. Mr. Olliu Hlack and daughter spent Sunday with Mr. and Mr. Austin Hlack. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Simpson were the guest Sunday of Mr. and Mr. Robert Simpon. The little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Aiiams ha been christened Anna Pearl. Mr. and Mrs. John Yater spent one day recently with his parents, Mr. and Mr. Yater, of Guy. COW PEAS, SOY BEANS, Mi. Francis spent Tuesday with MILLET. CANE SEED. friends here. Iludion & Farnau. Miss Lorn Hrown entertained sevMiss Lillian Murphy entertained eral of her friends at her home Wed- Misses Ida Murphy, Agnes and Besnesday evening. sie Mae Ray Saturday night and SunRev. Price wa a guest of Mr. and day. .Mr.. J. D. Hobbitt and family from Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Rayburn Saturday until Monday. and dauhgtcr, were the guest SaturMr. and Sir. Jasper Noel of Madi- day night nnd Sunday of Mr. and son county spent Sunday with Mr. Mr. James Foster. and Mr. A. C. Miles. Mesdames J. - Carpenter, Hugh Mrs. Raymond Ray and son, N'eal, Simpson, Odus Naylor and William :of Nicholasvillc, were guest of Mr. Black were entertained at the home of Mrs. Nannie Ray Thursday. Thomps Davis last Tuesday. A handsome thimble free with tack of Dallardt Obelltk Flour. Hudson St Farnau. Mrs. L. F. Hrown wa called to Madison at the bedside of her daugh ter, Mrs. Arthur Noel, who continue TEN-NESSE- E ' PILES! If ymi tre a ruffrrrr rhoids, blind or blerdinil. from the Br.t application ! pilra tooihliuc due nut mail, prepaid. r. Otn. bit HtMlKtvsr, 'r lth piles, hemorou will net r llt of Uaele fele't and ftttul. smart. Sl-0- 0 HefcWtiHs. rrr-lect- ly by t if. Few Simple Precautions Will Stop Stock Losses. Hy practicing a few simple precaution livestock shippers can do much to eliminate the enormous losses in stock, especially hog, which, occur luring hot weather, according to member uf the Animal Husbandry Department of the College of Agri culture. Hogs should be hauled or driven to the shipping station in ample time to allow them to become retted nnd cool before loading after which they may bo loaded into car that are clean and bedded with sand, clay or earth. The bedding and interior of the car should be thoroughly dampened before the car is loaded. Feeding the nninuils it heavy feed of grain before they arc shipped result in more body heat being generated. The stock to be shipped should be loaded not more than one hour before the train is to depart and should be loaded slowly und carefully, care being taken to avoid exciting or bruiting the animals. Not more than 14,000 pounds of fat hogs should be placed in one car but 10,000 pounds of stock hog may be placed in a standard car during warm weather. Water applied to the. bedding In the car at available points will be found helpful In preventing the animals from becoming overheated. Ice should be ueted on the Door of the car wherever possible. Care should be taken to see that water Is not thrown dirctly on the hogs after they become heated. Instead.it should be run on the floor of the car under the hof. .10-fo- The Central Record, Lancaster. Ky. Thursday, visited Miss Kthel Karnes from Sat REQUIRE urday until Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Lewis, of IATFIELD with Woodford spent the week-enVERY RICH Mr. and Mrs. Tom Doolln. DENTIST Mr, and Mrs. J. I. Foley, Mr. nnd Office over The Garrard Bank, Rrsldanc 376. .Mrs. Tom Turner motored to Hnr- rhonrt Office S. Work Into Seed led 3 or 4 KENTUCKY. rodsburg Sunday for the day. LANCASTER, Mad Inches of n Sunday Mr. Perry Osborn was Sunday visitor of Mr. nnd Mrs. Say-..- r nure, Say Specialists. Hurt, of Pleasant Hill. Misses Sadie. Dorothy nnd Willie Exclusive. Mae Ileniley of Somerset, visited Mr. USE E FERTILIZER the past ami Mrs. Miley lUnzIcy JunQ, 1921 M. S. 4fe J.J.Byrne Optometrist 1 ONIONS d SOIL Goodrich lire Prices reduced Ttis Tlic Well-Rotte- HIGH-GRAD- P 20in last vord cent week. Mr. and Mr. Wm. Tuder nnd Mrs. Win. Carson of Stanford were visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Tom re-re- nt KENTUCKY. DANVILLE, Opposite Gilcher Hotel. Office Hour. A lo 12 and to 5 p.m. Yantis. and visitor, Miss Kthel Uarnes spent Tuesday Miss Lena Turner, night with Misses Lucy ami Nolle Plints Grow Rapidly and Should Havt Frequent Shallow Stirring of Surface Soil Plant "Sals" In Rows IS Inchfi Apart. it (ITtparKl br tho t nll. Stales lxpart-merof AerlculturO Onions nij u Ire u melluw, rich soil; In fact, very few gardens ur rich Turner. enough o gnw giHHt onions without I UNERAL Mrs. W. T. Sutton were Mr. and DIRECTOR notiiu fertllllng. lu preparing the soil Sunday visitors of Miss Fannie and bn-.i- k It up Kith a spading fork, work. Otllrr Over National Hank. Mr. John K. Sutton of the Cnib OrIng Into the top II or 4 Inches of Phone 3. Oilier Phone 27 Residence chard road. luniiure, auggent gartleu spLANCASTKIt. KY. Miss ecialists of tho L'tiltiil States Departnnd Mrs. Marshal Sutton umls of Carrie Sutton were visitors Wednes- ment tf Agrlcultunv Ten commercial fertilizer should Mrs. Wm. Lane and Misses also day of tt spread over each hijuarv nnl of Flonnie Mae and Savannh ground and welt raked Into the soil Mrs. C. K. Henry nnd children, a few days liefore planting tho otiloti VETERINARIAN. James Milton am! Louise, spent from "tm." Poultry and sheep manure are) C.lli Answered Promptly Day or Saturday until Thursday visiting Mr. both good fertilisers for onions, but must be ued sparingly nud well ! and Mrs. It. II. Ward, of Madison. Mht Phone 317 mixed with the soli to prevent bum-Mr. and Mrs. .. T. Itlce nnd lit- Ing the on Ion root, . s' KENTUCKY tle son, of Itichmoml were guets of Rtqulrs Frequent Stirring. relatives here Friday. Mrs. Carrie Unions gnv sery quickly nnd re-Davidson aceompaned them home for tulre frequent sluillow ntlrring of the surface soli. The uual method Is to a short visit. For plant the "M'ts" lu rows utiout 15 Inches apart and 3 to A Inches apart In the rows, covering them Just so the tops will tiu below the surface. A liar- -' row steel rake Is a good tool for working between the roue at tint, but later as the onions attain some slu a wheel hoe can be used. For the very tlrst working and for getting between the Hoosters which were not killed, Individual plant In the rows there confined or sold during "Itooster nothing tietter than a short piece of brads ended will ilo lath with three wire making driven Week" which has through It at one end. uhat l much toward preventing the campaign known as a "scratcher." My anil by for infertile summer eggs from being the onion top will get so large that successful, acconiing to members of they utmost rill the spaces letweeti the of and the poultry department of the Col- rows and hand weeding may bate to lege of Agriculture. Farmers who be resorted to In order to keep the did not eliminate tho rooter from crop free from weeds. Scatter Nltrats of Soda. the (lock during that week have been SEE OR PHONE AtHKit the time the onions tegtn to asked to do so at once since one or two male birds running with the lay- enlarge at the base, or to "Ixittom. n growers say It Is a gol ulan to ing flock can produce many fertile the B, spoil rapidly during the eggs which summer months nnd are dicrimin-ate- d Lancaster, Ky. against on the market. Quick Service and Good Work J. A.Beazlev Silvertown CORDS SIIVERTOWN CORDS best word in Price Quality well-rotte- SIXE 30-- 3 Ant I Skid Safety Tread TUBES hli'h-gniJ- e Or. Printus Walker s24.SO 532.90 2.55 .90 $3.55 $3.70 1 324 3S--4 Hl.85 543.10 $47.30 j 1 Up-To-Da- te 324 33-4- 'i $450 1 Plumbing, Heating, Guttering, Roofing, all kinds Stray Roosters Threaten Recent Campaign Success. jut ' 48.40 $49.65 465 1S $5.55 34-- 4 335 355 Smeeth 53.90 61.90 $12.00 Sfety Safety $50 324 3fr4 2690 2830 Repairing, Fabric Tires 303 3fr$ safety Anti-Ski- Tin Work Q0 Saty3337.15 P, Williams Safety Tread SILVERTOWN d THE B.F. OOOORiai RUBBER COMPANY dAkron.Onio Farmers Losing Millions in Scrub Live Stock Attend and take part in araT . f SaaHBBssTt- Lr -' aaw'ysswBBBja.' " i. KBarararg m Bssl Farmers Better Sire Sales Bourbon Stock Yards Louisville, Ky. Juns k.nd J. m BalsjJSjB' 200 pure bred registered bulls will be sold at auction. The sale is held strictly to improve the quality of live Bidstock in Kentucky. ding limited to farmers. You make your own price. Movement backed by U. S. Government. University of Kentucky, College of Agricul. ture. Governor of Kentucky", Kentucky Pure Bred LivcStock Association find Louisville Li?e Stock Exchange. Importers, exporters, travelers snip and sail under the Stars and Stripes THERE arc today few the world of importance to shippers or travelers, which cannot be reached by ships that tail under the Stars, and Snipes. President Harding has said that, "We cannot sell successfully where we do not carry". "She American Merchant Marine that once almost vanished is again an established and important carrier of the world s commerce. You can ship or sail anywhere in American ships designed for utmost comfort and safety. Operators of Passenger Sen ices AJmlrat Lint, IT Suit Street, Netr Onlona Ar EaaJly Qrown on Cicxxf Soli and Rsqulrs Llttl Atttntlon BssXdea Wsadlng. Write today for full par ticulsrs and free chart showing increase in profit from pure breds. Address W. S. BELL, President Lmisville Live Stock Exchange LOUISVILLE, KY. scatter a very little nitrate of soils, not more than two pounda to the square rod, over the soli between the rows and work It In with n hoe or rake. This will stimulate the growth Just at the time that tint plants most need a llttto extra food and will usually Increase the yield. A quart of onion "sets" properly planted and gheti a fair chance will produce ntxiut ture unions. one-bu-lf bU'hel of ma- USES OF BORDEAUX Bast Fungicide MIXTURE llrrJ SKn, Sab AlUutl 1 1. to Apply on Vtgtta. bits, Crspcs, Omamtnttl Plants and Potatoes. GUY. Mis tive Allie Yantis is visiting relain Indianapolis. Mr. C. It. Henry was the truest L. v.urk.N. V Mataon N.tlaatlnn Company. 26 bo. Cty direct, llalturure, SU. Munun Steam Ship Line. 62 IWavtf btrttt. N't. Wk, N T New Yolk aivJ Porto Rico S. S. Co., II hroaJ.ay, N.w York. N Y. Pacific Malt S. S. Co., 41 UroaJ.ay, U. S. Mall S. S. Co., 41 DroaJaay, New Is our bent fungion vegetables, potutoes, grues, and oniameutal plants. Kor apples nd stoue fruits, replaces bordeaux. On potatoes mixture not only protertH the Honleaus mixture cide for ue lline-sulpli- Imr-dea- Thursday of Mr. J. Yantis. Mr. Wm. Hcazlcy of Somerset, Is visiting Mr. and Mm. Mlley Beailey. Bale Tin for tale. Hudson & Farnau. Mrs. William Walker was a visitor Wednesday of Mrs. Henry Tut-ti- N.v Yurk. N. Y Ward S. Co) " N't. Yuik.N. Wl.N, Um.lN'n 2 Y York an j Cub. Mall ol Wall V b!t. Um ol Slurrma HoalJ m titan picture filmt, hut itela, lift on rtquttl ol any Free use of Shipping Board fdma patli. puitmaiter, or A I'tat educational Went In ana tht potato plant against fungout dleue, but also prevents the burning of the leuves which mines In hot, dry seasons. Sprayed pluilUs outjleld the plants. Tor ue on potatoes f to contnd the potato beetle, pound of parts green, or two immjihIs of arsenate ot lead limy be added to the one-hal- hnrdeaux mixture. e. mayor, l.t ol aMpa Mrs. James Yantis was the guest Saturday of Mrs. ilssrom Pelphrey, in Lancaster. Mrs. Win. Clark and son, Karl, were Friday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Hilton Ward. Misses Fanle and Sallte Meridal were Sunday visitors of Misses Cora and Flora Uoolln. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Hay and son, A. J. spent Sunday visiting Mr. and Mrs. Tom Doolln. Mrs. Arthusa Currey of Lancaster as the truest recently of Mr. and Hrs. T. L. Yantis. Miss Lena Turner of Lancaster, Inlnmatlon Lu. IXrretue 'I-- Sur.t, llur.au. Ham ll4 N. W.. Wariinton. D. C 4, k. orgaru. pitlure tnbxm-atlonto- POISON BAIT FOR CUTWORMS Paris Qrssn or Araenatt MUcd With Wheat Bran and Molassst Is Specific Rsmtdy. l'olaoned brun bult Is the remedy for cut" onus. Tho accepted formula for large acreages Is wheut bran, M pounds; pans grevn or crude arsenic, two pounds; black strap two quarts; water, two to four quarts or more us tieilrd. Mix tht bran and poison thoroughly la a dry state, then add the diluted tiiolanaeai, and stir vigorously until thoroughly mixed. Distribute the bralt over the Infested field broadcast, tukJng rarv to sprinkle It sparingly aroand each hill. Middlings or alfalfa uical b aulMtltutistl far brail, sM-ctfl- c s, i ital Maaatac. karaera. Ala (r. SHITS FOR SALB Stw-l- a al. aa4M..a'tual.(. Uraeeaailaa akteiaatl kr l .as kkal.taier.. iMMmi h'i) taal tanker rta,atet il pmts 9ftktwrldmdeU WW mi frtight shift jW For Mailings ofpusintgtr VP WJ WWW swWWW AsfjAa n4lsHst AtsMataA WWWWW U.S. SkipptM Board , WASMINOTON, D.C alWheat is though there Is considerable com- -' plaint of rust, however there is yet Tins may seem like "small town time for it to develop and prove a now stutT," and the writer may be called better crop than proapect l back number nnd old fogy etc., but 'promise. ilartry is beginning to ripen and if we are to believe the Hook, He w II not hold him guiltless who breaks gives promise of a bounteous crop. I Itye also is in good condition and bids his commandments. In the larger cities for many years fair to turn out well. it has been customary to have base Hemp, of which there is a pretty ball games, picnics nnd all kinds of good acreage in the county this year, Ha'a Right, at That. outdoor sports, the theater anil pic- is looking well and in a thrifty condi A writer declares that while we talk ture show is open, and very little tion, and with seasonable weather bids a lot about having money we prattle is thought or said about those who fair to turn out well. It only Indifferently. He evidently attend, the attractions are taken as a Tobacco Is not ns forward as usual, thinks there Is tio much "con" In our matter of course. many farmers who have rolling land eeonoray, Heretofore these things have been not yet through setting, waiting on confined to the cities, but of late rain. There was some complaint of Could Oar Anything. years the smaller towns, who think it ravages to the plant beds by an inAccording to on authority, "onions is smart to ape the cities, are adoptsect rvsembllng the common house contain more calories than soain ing these Sunday amusements. Lucki- tly, but there seems to be no great meats ami make an Invlgnrntlnr oup ly up to the present Lancaster has dearth After nibbling at of plants. The tobacco al- for convuleaoeiiK" a few ncatllon, rating onion noup and had no Sunday base ball games, tho ready et Is in thrifty condition and topping o!T with stenk smothered In "they do say" an occasional game of is growing olT nicely. onlona, tlm mot delicti to Invalid should tennis is played on the school campus. (nrdens as n general thing nre for have u heart for un fate. We are suru however this is not with the knowledge or consent of the trus. tees, ami as soon as It reaches their ears it will be stopped. We are sorry to say however that out in the county conditions are not , Haltltun Cklel HSa HauriKM) CMtltti so good and base ball games on Sun' n.ll. tr hatkan a tiKkmait HourbooIKin I'm day are frequent occtirances. Two i KlBf MII.M..it of these of late have been attended Avsasa . ) Pastfclarat ltletMai by brawls, one of which resulted very seriously for one of the participants, i kTlac feaaltftj ami which wilt doubtless be investiKts Parks UN ( lsaubur M ..all gated by the next grand Jury. tlHUirri:(Js STS Jaskwa. Jr. NMr M We are we believe fairly broad Nallr Hlr fti ' Sell brSmlit" IllibUsxtsr minded, and are us much Inclined as anyone to place as little restraint as llarbee's Kins Is a beautiful rich golden chestnut with star and possible upon the pleasures of the feather, sixteen hands high, weighs 1,'JOO pounds. I believe he hat young, but we nre unalterably against more style and finish than any young saddle stallion In the South. Has desecration of the Sabbath; the it neck of great length, the best natural tail of any stallion alive, great the fourth commandment says "Six days l.nec and hock action. Has been awarded fifteen first prizes at Georgeshall thou labor nnd do all thy work; town, Cynthlana, Falmouth, Kwing, Paris, Lexington ant Louisville but the seventh Is the Sabbath of the Kentucky fain. Ilarbie's King won tlrst prize at tho Columbia Horse Lord thy (od, In it thou shall not do Miow for best saddle horse, mare or gelding. you When uny work; and we fall to see how consider size, breeding, with great individuality, no horse has a better anyone who makes any pretensions to right to sire horses for ring and park. Has proven hlnue f a splendid christnnity can get around this. sire of extra fine colts and all of them saddle naturally whether out of saddle bred mare or not. Will make the season of ll21 At 115.00. With at my farm, one mile Kast of Stanford on the Crab Orchard pike. Will also stand two good mule jacks, which have proven to be Taken upon the whole the outlook the av- irrcat breeders, at $10.00. for the farmer Is about up to At tho same place will stand the famous Hubble and Kubanks' erage and his crops are about as welt nnd looking as well as they Jack, to serve Jennets only, at $25.00 for Jack colts and $12.50 for Jen-netadvanced Money to be paid when colts foaled. Will graze rnd care for usually do nt this time of year. unusually nares at $3.00 per month, but not responsible for accidents or escapes. Spring grazing was Phone 117. good, but the dry weather In May injured the meadows and the outlook for the hay crop Is not very flattering. Oats were also retarded by the dry ! but seasonable weather The Small Town And 'May, now withmay show market! on from provement. The Fourth looking fairly well, Com-mandment. im- -. ward and are in splendid condition, and there is a promise of a bountiful supply of garden truck. stock wintered well and is in a thrifty condition. The farmer who suffered considerably by the sudden slump In price is rapidly becoming accustomed to the new order of things and within a very short time things will have become normal and the old onler of peace, plenty and contentment will become noticeable among our farmers. BARBEE'S KING, 3898 flve-galli- d The Farmer. s. W.L. Cordier, Stanford, Ky The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, June 9, 92 I 1 SPINACH IS ADAPTED FOR EVERY LOCALITY Plant Requires Rich Soil and Stands Cold Well. Dc y tsW yhaTflL aS&aatft tmt sWaTafl sTkAAJ &mjtkA aAAal taikSlTas astt 8d BdofShould Spirted WtlinotUd by 0TlrKl tnnt The Best Hardware and Implements are and Quan-tltManure Worksd In It Is Beat for Uit Whlla Young and Ttndsr. ,r ChiIm! "f .Wrliultur i the Cheapest. To prnctice economy In the Inlying of Hardware and Implements yoti should purchase thnt which the denier is willing to guarantee Tlien you are sure of- what you jjetHelow we list n few things thnt you need now and shoulil come and talk over with us, prices have been reduced. - 8tts lJr.rt I I Welbgpmil splmii-lone of the best early spring anil lutit full green thnt run be raised In the gunleti, .Spinach In n'luplfl for gniMlng In practically every reiulre a rlih soli, stands cold us well or better thnti ilo--i lettuce, hut do's nut do well during thw hot purt of the summer die tel .States liiiirtineiit of Agriculture irnnlrn spi'lnlUts suggest one or two planting In the rurir sprlm;, Just n S'Kjti us the illtiger of severe frot H past nml n planting lnte In the sum Throughout the tner for fall use New Blue Ribbon Oil Stoves Ice Cream Freezers Garden Tools Genuine Malta Double Shovels Brown Manley Cultivators ' Dain Mowers ThevMfeFrrSide a cigarette 1 tiiis in my day The Camel idea wasn't born then. It was the exclusive expert Camel blend that revolutionized cigarette smoking. That Camel blend of choice Turkish and Domestic tobaccos hits just the right spot. It gives Camels such' mellow mildness and fragrance I The first time I smoked Camels I knew they were made for me. I knew they were the smoothest, finest cigarette in the world, at any price. Nobody can tell mc anything different. WMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMmmKT I M I 1 J III aTlaW Vl SaaW John Deere Binders International Deering Twine You take no chnnce when you buy any of the nlxive articles, it i .afe nnd econ iinicnl Walker Rrnc g uuuuiuu w fiuinui viuv JL A Tip. Oenerous ntd Lady (using tfJs-nlinni- - fur first time, to onemtorl Ai you've been mi nl- e and attentive, raj dear, I'm putting mi eitru nickel in tin box for yourself ftnnrllnp Spltndld Patch of Splnacn. . J. REYNOLDS T.Wsc Cv. Sktptlc Liln It W Stat Legislators. tleta't accept th wh) One Mm was some million of )rnri theory of gravitation Is t'aUM- - uhec reaching till present stsge of deehi hit t!i mmt; but IW It Knscted may .peci the lottoin drops out lilm up. .St. l.oul tilobe h.iiiix-rnt- . i celling. Camel rrnu Seven Die When rive army Airplane Falls. and two civiofficer lian were killed instantly when the Kaglef a large aniliulanco airplane. crashed to the ground near Indian Head, Md., late Sunday afternoon, May The plane went down during the svvere electrical utorm that was raging. The dead: Lieutenant Colonel Ar clue Miller, a recent graduate of the War College; Lieutenant Stanley M. ,uie, of Washington, pilot of the machine; Lieutenant Cleveland W McDennott, of Syracuse, N. Y ta Field; Lieutenant tioned at John M. I'ennywell, stationed at tangley KieM; Sergeant Itichard lllumcnkrntz, mechanic at Ilolling Field; A. (I. llathelder. of Washing ton, chairman of the executive board, American Automobile Association, and Maurice Connelly, sale mana ger of an airplane company, major in anny service eorp and formerly con grestmnn irotn lowa. I here were no survivor. The Kagle was head eil for Washington, and was about 50 miles away, It hii llying low when it crump- e I nnd crashed to the ground. The airplane was one of the largest in the army service. It was designed as an airship nmhulonce, but the stretchers had been removed and chairs had been substitutes! for the j Mandlts Stll Them, most women Manufacturer Impl-T- " select mnlirel'ns inure for ths attractiveness of I In- - handle than fur tlit wearing uuslltlc of ttm cloth. To ara i that riiil fancy handle thli Ivory,! being made even more fancy. hidUt slid celluloid am used to tnaka them. s) Uncle Charllt'a Whlitl. Anna anil her mother often go to see Iht aunt anil uncle. Her uncle play n clarinet, of which she li much afrnlil. When she wm him reach for It the tales hohl of her mother hand anil Kit). Tom.- - home, tuainuia. t'nele O.urUe I going to blow- hlm'i whistle," - South spltlMch ("nil lie planted In October nml remain In the np':i ground nil winter For growing splnm-in the home ganlen n bed about . fei-- t In width und or .to fts-- t In length should he ml-ti- l maund n ituantlty of il im- - workid Into the top 3 Incite of noil. Tim- - pounds of commerclul should nlo he scattered mer the surface nml well worked Into th will soli. Six oselght ounces of i tx sutllclent for till pnoe. Sow In little drills or furrows running lengthwise of the Ixil. the ro to be about 0 or 7 Inches npart The veil should ! und the soil tmli iln-roien-Watering slightly tinned oer It may bo neees-sarf the weather shoulil be extrrmely ilry following the planting of the spinach seeil. Spinach grow quickly and requires ery little rultlvntlon, except to loosen the soil a trltlrt between the row and keep weed from getting A Mnrt. If the plnnts Are too thick that Is. crowil eucli utile thry cun ! thinned out and those removed In thinning cooked for greens. The plants left will then have room to grow larger. Spinach Is very deslmcle ns tm early spring green, .as It contain plenty of Iron And It should al other mineral matter. wajs ! n sol white young and Under. well-rottefer-tlllip y Enough, Anyway. Donald I the only bur In a large family of girls. One day shortly After the family had moved Into a new neighborhood un Interested neighbor nked Hoiinld how many sisters hi nnd. Without thought of being elthr funny or Impertinent. Ponnld replied, Dream Lora. To see u white swan Is a gootf promptly: "Oh. a whole lions.- full." rlche and s and denotes omen Whols Truth About Ccnlus. pleasant Journey. A black one for trlls lss, quarrels, and Is ominous ti A great Idea grows llko n (lower. It the sick. Im n gos. In Its evolution It leaves It crudity and Imperfection bshlnd. assume a new form, more plensln: In Plants Crow Brt Ti JntpUnted. I'laiif do not always select the mint I Its outline and more- striking In Its congenial habitat, for It bus U-- n beauty, a It I molded Into a tiling found of deathless energy. An Idea which found that some a thing of growing mrslestly on the mountain tor I different to all else original flourish ti a marked extent wheo wonder- - If It I true. It thought, and thl I all that genius Is. trnnspUnted at tho sen level. I i ' 1 1 TWENTY PRINTERS WANTED. CASE MEN, MAKEUP LINOTYPE CASTER OPERATORS. AND LOCKUP KEYBOARD MEN; AND AND MONOTYPE QUALITIES OF FARM FENCES B To Give Satisfaction Barritr Must Mads to Turn All Stock Without Injuring Thsm. 1'h nn Thoroughbred Horses Annual Summer Meeting at LATONIA (Convenient to Cincinnati) trip. LOYD ( June 4th to July 9th Stakes: lUKIUl UMItiP 3lwJsr. J" ' Dotny od.) ciintm sum 4,k 3lrsUr, U1MU HHt 3iwWr. " I Ilk HKimr umit SstusUr. J of the horses on the ground, the excellence of the program book and improved accommodations for patrons combine to insure the success of The unusually high class Mr. and Mm. Kirby in Danville Tuesday. Mis Kent Mr. and Mrs. Wms Tenter were a visitor of Matthew. Mrs. J. I), Kay was n guest of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kay Thursday. been I I.. Mr, and Mr. I Hk the meeting at the popular Latonia Course. tallied night. several I Matthew enter. Saturday friends lltfUil SlwWr. UMICs J- UMttf UNU SlkUS k Ssiwslsr. SUvrsUr, in MMC1 h ThoSc who visit Latonia this month will enjoy the finest sport in its history. U1IW tUi SttwsUr, Mr UKWUll 1MMT Mr. and Mr. Harris Tvater and little son pent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Marshal Kay. Mr, nnd Mrs. Jest Kay and boys, of Ijincaster, spent Friday night with Mr. ami Mm. J. I). Kay. Mr. and Mm. Win. Kay and Mr. J. I). Kay visited Mr. ami Mrs. S. N. .Sanders at ilrodshaw Mill Sunday. Kay, Mis Montlo and Sr. Frank visited Mr. and Mrs. S. Kay should conihluo two mid economy cays the Pulled States IVpartment of Agriculture. atlsfnctury To give service the fence; mut bo constructed so a to tuni ull kind of stoctr without Injuring them. To bo economical It must bo built us cheaply a Is consistent w ith durability. Tlio fence that Is erected Ht a low Initial cost I not iiecejarlly economlcnl, for It nmy be so short that It will be very expensive In the end. The cut of maintaining a farm fence U determined by cuch fhctorn us luten-st- , repairs, nnd depreciation on tho feuco Itwlf, Interest on the value of land rendered unusable, and the expense of keeping down weed. Tho cost of repaint and the annual depredation depend largely on the construction. If a fence Is made of n cheap grail of material und Is cheaply constructed It wilt nevd repair and will be short llveil Such a fence will hnvo a high repair and depreciation charge, which In most will more than counter-hAlauctho lncreiiHd tiivertmeut cost tliAt the erection of u moro substantial fence would rejulro. If a fenco Is uinde of good materials nnd I properly built, Its repair nnd depreciation charges should btf very low, Tho elnclency of a fence depends tiMu tho quality of wlro and posts j mill and upon the manner of construction. fences ijunlltle o Want experienced men, but can use a few with little experience. Working forty-eighours per week. Open s conditions. shop, under Permanent positions 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, k ht first-clas- The Standard Printing Company, (Incorporated) ' Louisville, Ky.' Possibility of Another Ice As. a succession of such eruption thnt of the Mt. Katmat volcano In Alaska In June, l'.il?, would plunro the earth Into another lev age by reducing the sun' temperature to a low degree on earth. Dr. Ilobert W (Irlggs mid befoss the American As, delation for Advancement of Science. A . I Canctl Our Ticksts, Too. scientist state that If we wert to visit the moon vre should be elthet scorched during the day or frozen to death at night. TliAt settle It. U'r A shall not I'unch. visit the moon. Iudoa What Man Learns. Another thing the thoughtful man learn nfter a while a he blunders along through thl old vnle of tears and laughter, trying to do the best ho can tinder all the circumstance, Is to distinguish rather carefully between the reformer who really mean It and the one who are doing It to make their Job last Ohio State Journal. Iceland Popplss Bloom All Summsr. Iceland popples are ereuulul popples from the far north, which will producw (lowers from seed almost n noon n the annual varieties. They grow less than a foot high and bear small blossoms of yellow, white or deep ornngfl on graceful stems. If cut before opening, the blossoms keep satisfactorily. If dead blossoms aro picked off, tha plants will continue to blossom all summer and far Into the fall. u what Or do you simply "go through your pockets" In an effort to scare up the IS YOUR HERE you say whenpaying CHECK Is that lull? LIME CORRECTS SOUR SOILS Application Will Prove Bsntflclal to Small Ganlen Plot Binds Loost, Sandy Loams. Alt aplJIcutbtl of about ,V) pounds lime to a of hydrated or ganlen plot 30 by t's) feet In size will often prove henettrhi! Mme has the vsftVi'l of loosening and pulverising any heavy clay soil and of binding loose, sandy soil. I. line also rornvt sounimss In tha soli, which Is often due to lack of drains-- , but In a cuso of ma Und dralasf should ba stKurwdL necessary amount? The man who taves and banks his savings with us never has to dig down into every pocket in order to pay a bill. He simply writes out a check, and the money is always in the bank to meet It. Have YOU a savings and checking account with ut? It'ii a mighty good habit. Why not start it without further delay? UtmUtr, MKMBM JJr last UMCtf Kentucky Jockey Club Latonia. Kyn Course THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. S. C. DENNY, Cashier. Moiir, Mr Wtarfar. Homer Kay at cently. (lUtins Chapel re. Mr Ma Mrs. Adams and daughter, Ml Dollie ami Mm. l L. Matthews and Mis Kent, were pleasant caller of Mrs. Ollie lllack Friday afternoon. Capital $50,000. Surplus $50,000. Honor Roll (tank t The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thuriday, June 9, 92 1 1 eh NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY mwmmmmm I I forget, recuperate, anil rccon struct On Mny 30th. a hundred million people bowed their heads in tribute to the heroes who have fallen in our Ameri JUDGE STAPP Comes Back At Democratic Committee. I Is Your Appetite Poor? ARE SHORT horse, just as the truck did with , . In iL.. .t na... aiiiti a u u cm iiuv I. work. vnu i,jkiaIM VMIIWHlt uua ...... irt'ni'rniia n no the mule. Wu r approaching peril- - often as possible, I drive my own bluff. But no one wants to trot OUSly near to a State of Utiail- - car and look after the mnnner in AmonVn m,im,l iiiu .... v....v.. vm when he can gallop, or gallop , i r nui UL eiai teuiiaiisni. anu ieuiiansni I..VtlV, th.. ....l, 1. iKietinng. .. .. "'"v" ' - .. when he can run, or run when i....e wnen victory WHS tot- - ,, ,.,,. If these gentlemen call this graft. 18 reiniiJucan or "family grant" or "three In one" n he can go like a streak of blue teriiiL' -in Mu I.,.! . St m.imiiv.V., governmeiu they are welcome to do so, but I am imlv .. M.lt.u.f.. Wl .. nuui 1 4:... .. .UV.1UUII blazes. ..i.4 iiiiiu willing to leave it to the public after " ' The automobile is confined to when one side or the other ... The I'ineil l'lner would be a wel they know the facts in the case 1... roads, and it wheezes and dev10 eapilll-- l , , ..Ui.rv.,1.. .. whether or not there Is nvthl,. .1,.. elops heavy heart action on ate. ior uotn were at the point Mmi,iin nt h.. f m.. honorable In this kind uf n ner.nnni bad hills or in mud holes. sacrifice both or my time and money ui imjsicai anu Illianclal ex- - rats. -.. "ole'y for the interest of Gar It has to wind and turn and IllUStioil. . newncKMrry crop bias ta.r to be rarJ counly. Tho ..rrlvnl . v..u IIIIII1UIII- - .,,.,.,1 twist and cover a lot of useless ..... f I .1 ilnl t.. lint ni. 'nw If e iues- morI..i.M iw,, r,..ui space in order to get anywhere, ..,.,,,,.,,i i . "wr."w". ... run .lli.nr... s."" t . on of """"' '"" iKywani, we mv mlmlnl.tmtin,. I,n. I.:. en i ui ieav iwitu . i ... i . . i. time-t- oo and that consumes wiusiasue, was the act that tip- - plenty of blackberry Jam. brought up, for while I am seekinir ped the scales in favor of the much time. controversy with anyone, It is u .,. n .uv in .i... " We must have something allies and caused the Teuton L...iuiiv ...... m.. s.m.iv. h..n n'04' Kratlfylnic to me to have the w.e near .uiure oi coat and even sweaters were eom-better and more rapid some- 10 sue lor nonce. " . t ..It . il... ..,,1. a" . .Iacw thing that can dart hither and I'he Americans fouirht vcrv stable for the greater portion of ""'Z.r. u ... . unny , um not at- " ... 7 hiuwidk Inv. thither or cut across country uraveiy aim spieillllUly lor the cent State Aid one venr. nn.l .hnw! ' as the crow flics. ,0 thcm th- - onl' rian we could snort time they were in action, UarCat airor.l to use it since, when by so Flying machines? Too cum- and there wiih a dash and snir- ,lu"man' "0,n vna" wr times contract bersome, and a bad wind is apt I to their fighting vhich VOIl . , r.uwant ..luiiigumvfj-- , crnvst t tvr-- riiit, u mis cui me roan lunil 01 the (I... JliaiMC nf inO WOritl. to topple them over. OI , UIL VVIU- -r lr...lm. .llr,(...lK It.ll lnnntu tnr n... n nth.. ,...l ... ., We must produce a subHut they Were no braver, no lMda Grow, Cora I'reston, Georiria most nothing. Will also show h t stance thut will control gravita- more patriotic, no more dash-- 1 Karker, Mildred Dean, Everett Clay greatly the county's Indebtedness has. tion, a substance that will en- ng or Clidurinir than the mair- - Urkcr, Allcne Sherrow and Wilbert been reduced even during these try Int: four yean, the tremendous value able us to ascend or descend at niflflont Froni'li niul TtrltlaVi I MontKomery. My. Snyder, of the modert. road building equip., M...iJ . .. will, or remain stationary be- t,.,.n,w ""-- " I I I 111 11 KPITOK CKNTUAL KKCOKI), Dear Sir- eYOU ON It is custom In last weeks issue of your paper the sorrowful In the double hrnilrr Announcement gratitude of a nation. On July 1th. we will not sor of the democratic candidates, the ABOUT WHAT YOU EAT row, no win juuiiate over spokesman for theof democratic com the candidates, mlttco and some Eat fooditHffi (hat satisfy, that give you the glorious act of our fore made n few statement that 1 frel fathers, who made this coun ,1 my duty to correct, provided you that "enough" feeling, that stimulate your will allow me space In your paper to try free. pep and make you feel like "doing things." That, too, is custom n cus do to n drowning mnii graplng nt Like Foor foodstuffs won't do these things. tom born of an excess of joy. straws, the fact one of our STERHave you thnt these men pureAnd so it is through life. ly for the sake of political expedi They may fill you up, but they do not satisfy. No matter how poignant our ency, knowingly nnd wilfully mlsrcp-reiewith the LING OIL COOK The nutriment Is not there the pep is not a man who I not even n canKrief may be today, there is alchimneys? not, why not? olTlct--, It to say the least, forthcoming sluggish feeling In time Is ways a measure of joy for the didate for manifestly an unjust net. morrow. the result. is none dozens of satisfied The implied and misleading as It is the destiny of life that sertion that I had appointed my son You can always buy "food with pep" from country. joy must be accompanied by road engineer is absolutely fnlne as users in town 1 would him! not think of permitting us. We sell no other kind. sorrow, and sorrow must give way to joy. Never arc we per- to hold this otTice while I am County! mitted to know one to the ex Judge. fall when the County Itoad Last clusion of the other. Kngineer tendered his resignation. We are in this life but a lit nnd before his term of office expired, tle while, each oile as but a I begnn diligent search for the most grain of sand on the glistening competent man I could tlnd to till the Live "Live Looking only to the interest place. beach. of the county, nnd without offering which Garrard county will never As Sees DC The llowing tides of life the pluce to any of my personal or have to spend another cent, how by 3G britiy s into being we tarry political friends, I furnUhed my own the ue of the roml, the machinery Over in Kngland some of bearing nil expenses we now poucsf, and because of the them are feeling justifiably a little while and the out- - car ,,n" a means of creating a vacuum sound financial condition in, hich ,lroVl' moru than they beat tlu in front of us , or to the rear, ward rush sweeps us into eter- - endcavoring to secure the highest this administration will leave the cockey Issues' Weekly, f l.M Year. or in any direction we may nity. county, no matter who may be elect- Americans at playing golf. type of road Payable la AJraaca. The sands of life are as those ftlltl In ,mfllnvengineer thnt n we n were ed, seventeen milrs more of road may Good enough t.r.if..r.nt, We are m. t desire to go, merely by the of the beach ever shifting, experience who had made iroud on the next year be resurfaced and turned glad they have found someJ. E. ROBINSON. Editor. touching of a button and the They come, they linger, and Job. In the end I was absolutely over to the State to maintain. Will thing at which they can beat R. L .ELKIN, Local Editor and Mgr. operation of a control lever. they go, but never is the move- - ""able ,u rtml a ,nan ot tn,,t calibre aUo how the great improvement that Americans, even if it is nothEntered at the Post Office in Lan Every one knows that a va- ment has limited to on., il?ro..tmn w,,n ,hr l,ron,'r recommendation, and been madeofin the management ing more exciting than golf. Mall caster, Ky., at Second-Clas- s condition the County Kami, cuum creates a tremendous stic- . Mor anyimng j , iikc me salary we were ipt Matter. It would never do for us to Me to ,my- - Mr our ,n,, that is no lunger uned as a political t on power, and, according to L today, and sorrow over our de- - hiKhway engineer. Jude Krciccr. grant, but has been put on a buiness excel our i. cousins in its force, irresistibly draws parture Forrtfn Adv.ftiMnf Rpf.nmiT County Judge, of Jeiferton county. basis, that while the revenue of isime everything. tomorrow. It would be unTHE AVEKICAN PRESS AMOC1ATIOM everything within its reach. others that I could mention will has been greatly increased the farm generous .Joy sorrow, hand in of us, and very disSpeed? With vacuum as its hand. and hear me out in this assertion. Con- - has been built up in many ways. Lacasler, ly., Jne 9, 1921 chiefly by the sowing of more clover concerting to them. motive force there is no limit to lnrnrtl that Mr !!,,,',rab, ',a.,rr " Life is nothing else. Some day we may tire of doik. i. .ic.turirr. oi this couniv. in four years than had been raised its possibilities, and there are Rales For Political Aaaoaaceaseata. would accept the position, and know on thi place in the past twenty. ing the useful things of life no hills or valleys or streams or Statistics recently made ing him to be man of Whether or not politics has played for Precinct and City Offices. .$5.00 mud public show that there are six- - in this line of awork, .mil exeriencr any part in the road work, or in the of progressing in the sciences, in the air to interfere. 10.00 tirlivtHn.. For County Offices Can't be done, you say? men in the United him to be thoroughly comment, i business affairs of the county In any and in industry, and in agriFor State and District Offices.. 16.00 It can, and it will be done. States with an unnuai- - income appointed Mm to till the place. Mr. way, or whether or not I have not culture, and education, and in For Calls, per line .10 the wealth of For Cards, per line .10 There is no such thing as can't, of more than a million dollars. McMurtr' ""Pted. nuH"d, and always conscientiously looked after accumulating For all publications in the inter, moved to town agreeing to devote the County's Interest to the bet of the world. It is imi numli Tl,..v v.t I I ....t Skonties hnvn l.nnn m..m,i;.. . "' . i "v ' my ability, and in a fairly compet iimiiiuiiiiK I est of Individuals or expresI enure umv la .mt work, We may even cease our can since the beginning of not possibly use it, and they fr,,.,..iv. ..... x.1 u". ent manner I leave to the two demo sion of individual Tiewi, per steady grind of work ami pro10 me numan race, anil yet year re not iiKeiy to give away any rented his farm vacated the place and cratic members of our Ki.val Court line Obituaries, per line . .0B after year they continue to ac- - considerable amount of it. Mr. Mc.Murtry was obliged to resign to say, for while I know both of them duction, and decide that it is complish the impossible and I That the government does not an'1i re,urn t0 . look nftcr hw own will support and work for their par- time to enjoy the glories of the ' Wl IWW It WAS SO ty ticket, I have learned to know present and anticipate those of llL'l. hi fVfilmi ulmnl,. ...1.1. it"USint,S Announcements. a,lcr "reiunj consiuenng them as honorable men, who will not the future. ... i...s- m!1l-i t. Thn hnc ui :i . j, Ruuii, lumi lIIU mr.. knowingly misrepresent a man bei;14 .IMIU, the iluntiiill. nn.l ,.ll,l We are authorized to announce Then, perhaps, we may automoblie It better, but the thereby reducing the amount owing to the State Aid Contract of cause of political prejudice. the candidacy of E. V. Puryc&r to As pace forbids me saying more learn to play golf the past-ticirculation among the less Kichmond road takinir the greater succeed himself in the office of Com- apparatus of the air will be the of alfluence and dignity. Pnrl of thi yar'a road fund, and at this time I am very truly yours, monwealth's Attorney for this dis- invention of the future. fortunate. FOKKST STAIT. conu,u"K "h the other mem- trict, subject to the action of the On general principles a man W It's the one for us. Lancaster's well kept lawns and County Judge. i ueierm neii " "e Democratic Primary, August C, 1921. beautiful shade trees are a source of has a right to all of the money L.,,1,1.... ...j ,i. uri, 11 nun .. .... L .,to ... .i unit nillll iirip favorable comment to all tourists in Time wa when the family in earn, but there- I."....." "e can and advice the other member of the Back Vc are authorized to announce without 11 milk cow was an evi passing. Speaks well for the pride bu " Umit beyoiMl whfch rurt. miKht give me. and also with Judge Charles A. Hardin candidate Admiral Sims, commandcr Hm,ld thv a'J ot a foreman, to supervise ceptional, nowadays a cow is indeed of our residents. . . no man can L'o. for the nomination for Circuit Judge 01 ine American a luxury. The cow naitures over-sea- s have If the government would aet ...-- ?rk "iynlf rcc "f charKC- - ana been turned into town lot and are Another movement to induce tho of this judicial district, subject to navy during the . war, says the mi- luumy me laiary oi an en- - now the action of tho Democratic Primary dotted with handsome residences. United States Government to force Uritish are prone to give the a reasonable sum as the limit gineer for the remainder of this year. the release by the liolsheviki of CapAugust, 1921. 'sizL of,forlunc3 nl lnL'ir v on. Irvine staPP. had been tain Kmmet Kilpatrick, Uniontown, American navy too much cred- - f the ni1 take possession working with the hands and direct- Ala., has orginatrd with the Departit for the tmrt it nlnvo.l in th lncom We are deeply grateful to all our ment of I'oland of the American Leg-Ioof evervthimr bevond that lim- - InL the work wh my supervision Wanted-Mo- re Speed. world conllict. I I ... I while we were without nn .'ni'in.-..1 i.i friends and neighbors for their kind Latet reports declare that the In the annual automobile Iho admiral speaks to theL. .,,1 I allowed him to continue in that ness and thoughtfulnes of us during American, confined in a Moscow prisf ,1 races at Indianapolis the cars point, but he states a fact that till; tlUl.UIIIUIlllJI:.. Ul t fJilllll4i capacity. He onlv worked liv ih.. the last illness and death of our dear on, Is In a deplorable condition from . ... r 41... ........4-- .. i. wy the other hands, and likel father, Moie Dorton, and take this brutality and tVrror Captain Kit- trotted along at nearly a hun is well known upon this con- fuW t0 the l,ut"ment of the the others If he as much as one1 method of ex pressing it. j Patrick, a Ited Cross worker was cap- Ho might have includ- - u tinent . dred miles an hour. .; hour.( tlme u countetl ff In Crimea The Family j 'A Very poor. Speed? h reccv The principal prop of bol- , , I " It is hundred miles an hour doesn't other hanJ... and that pc- - -- hevlam would be knocked ' now ,lnce hl t.xpt.r(.nct! ha; get you far in these days of riodically some people in this SLSL5E ""mu""t' as u-c- aim juH.-e- , mm worth more he only draws th eoimlrv tm.tt ..f lightning activity. I rijfht and harmony Would be same per day as Harve Itobinson. : The automobile served its tho ofTnPt,. more in evidence than the our n,0!,t worthy colore'' mechanic. . ..' our nrtlisi, . 4, . ... am. purpose when it superceded the . and mx . tr linn . mm. -- n Kvery night go over the whole situ ICE CREAM FREEZERS, 1 can wars. Refrigerators and Water Coolers bought STOVES PEP? nt short There If better, and CONN BEOS. and Let Folks." Currey & Gulley. The Editor lici-ausi- 3LJ1J BE It. The Central Record "'" 1 :::...,. '' 1 en t' " 11 ... ,...,uo -,r' ... me -- (setting To Truth. "ontly .. l.an-cast- .l. Card Of Thanks. n. 1 1 I 1 V lo-.- es ,7" tl,f ... T7' "'' i, ... Haselden Bros., of Lancaster, say: the D MONEY ik. 1 .1 1 1 M 4 1 ... 4 Ufmt pub money in the bank bsssVji v I. A. 41 bJ m si ef m tfca w,,.,,,. 1 1 . I . ,.,..,. HfatOf in a um IWi l.i h W sml sssssU padM W Isnm. Tmca jmt.yrtj d ''c uftnlal ihit c i(MOty nm Vas his pirid t itj, nnj itj rrien. kal "" ... I 1 aWiu. ea,.aaaaaai JeaV vk . A D Lstsl Cm Sspsraiof afa oas las 4 pott It p1m A ntn mmf bWm J U mnnt imui i. iamqw bmsSs stnsl ik turn. r l dtt sIm VU. tJjr dvM 2.SO0.0OO (tMtwctKNi u-,- ,t I T . - .l ic, KttnAn I r . 1 DtLs.tl owtn itymnt li bmmI pofMS. mi mJ bkmI 104(1004 Uiawt m turn try 4JJ laulgj. to 0 ik wwli. L.nfc smb Tksss fy --- a Una buss MiuU(,.ka, r at bsas fcs mi mm -- tween earth and sky. Then for speed we must side. And1 fnM ended. Let us I Hogan Teater, IJessIe Mae Kay and ment we have acquired, how this year we will turn aver to tho State Ida K. Hurt. Lawson Jalle Sutton. live milts of very costly Wnt HiH-G- De Laval Sooner or later you Mill buy a Th Central Record. Lancastei , Ky., Thursday, June 9 92 1 1 Mlc Mae Powell, of thl city, and Laura Jett, of Winchester, left Monday for Nashville, when- - they will nttrml the Hummer term at Pcabody College. Mrs. Iluckner Spindle and daughter, who have been guett nf her parent, Mr, nnd Mr. It. K. Mcltob-crtwill leave this week for their home in Norfolk, Virginia. s, Ever-We- ar 1 H '. Hosiery I Still Offer You More for I 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 or the 5ct. slippers left sizes 3 to 5. One pair $4.95 a second pair at 5cts. See Them. Ready-to-wear Mr. Dcerie Kstc returned Sun- piny night from Newport, where she had been visiting relative. She was accompanied home by her lister, Mr. Aloys Schwalbach and little son, Kdward, who are the guest of her parent, Mr. and Mr. K. J. Young and family. Mr. and If you are not familir with this brand of hosiery come in and let us show you a good wearing hose which we can sell you from $1.25 up, In black white and colors, Also various styles for the children. FRANCIS-SWIT- at Ridiculously Low Price. ORGANDY VOIL AND WAISTS 9b. AND $1.49 SILK WAISTS IN CREPE DE CHIEN AND GEORGIETTE $3.98 A beautiful line of Dresses and Coats at the ridiculous price of$14.75. High class Gingham Dresses, special SEE OUR SEE OUR $3.98. SEE OUR Silks & Voils Organdys WhiteGoods LET US SELL YOU THAT NEW RUG Gossip About People A Brisl lavilN. .Mr. Oscc HutTman, of Mr. J. W. Elmore, Misses Mary the guest of her nelce, Mr. Mao; ami Charlie Klmorc have been recent 'shopper in Danville. Hughe Noland, on Maple avenue, I t Mrs. Angic Ilosley, who has been Mrs. F. II. Marksbury, Mrs. Joel the guest of Mrs. J. II. Kinnaird, has Walker, Misses Martha and Helen returned to her home in Danville. Gill were shoppers in Danville the Mis Fay King is visiting friends Mr. Will Doty has returned from past week. in Danville. Louisville and after a few day here Mr. Klisha Carrier, who ha been Miss Mary Arnold has rturned will go to Latonfa for the races. a student nt Vanderbilt, Nashville, from Louisville. Mr. Alice Thompson, of Sharps-bur- Tenn., has returned home for the i the guest of her daughter, summer vacation Mil Cecil Hatson is at home from Margaret College, Versailles. Mr. Harry Hudson ami Itev. Hudson. .Mr. and .Mrs. Jas. Tucker had as Henry llolan .Moon- - Is visiting hi Mrs. W. ;. Clark and on, Karl their guest Saturday Mr. and Mrs. cousin, Loyd Moore, at McKce, Ky. Ward are in Kirksville for a few Sterling Curti nnd Mrs. I. M. Tuck, days visit yjth It. II. Ward nnd famil- er, all of Crab Orchard. is visiting Miss Amanda An den-o-n yMr. J. W. Wilson, of Howling her sister, Mrs. Cyrus Daily this week. Mr. Willie Itlce Amon is expected Green, is expected this week for a K. Stornies has returned Mr. J. home thi week from Boston, where visit to her parents, .Mr and Mr. J from a few day stay in Louisville. he has been a student nt the llo.iton It. Mount, on Lxinton avenue. Miss Minnie llurchett Is with Mrs. Tech. Mr. nnd Mrs. Kdd Naylor and two it. A. Kdwards In Itlchmond, for a Ml Joan Mount, Mr. and Mr. J children, Virgie Mae and James, Mr. visit. K. Kobinson attended the KditoiV Ike Naylor and Mrs. Clayton Arnold pent Thursday with Mr. Will Clark. Mr. J. It. Henderson is with her Hanquct in Danville Tuesday daughter, Mr. J. It. Weddle. at Itc.l ning. .Mis Lucy Shearer, Mr. and Mrs. House. Mr. ami Mr. F. Kenneth I'ostle, Ilobert Shearer and son, llobert, Jr., Miss Ada Itich ha gone to Nash of California, have been recent were Sunday visitor of Mr. and Mr. ville, Tenn., where he will pnd ev guttt of Dr. and Mrs. J. II. Kin- W. G. Clark on the Lexington pike. Ginjs feat!) TkH Miss Augie Kinnaird, who has been been u recent visitor of her daughter, Mrs. teaching in the Indianapolis School Forest Fitxgerald in Danville. i for the Deaf, is nt home for the sum .Mrs. W. II. Wilkinson ha ky 4 Ovt CMtass'tM V An kkUnsUlHn. mer. g, Karl Ilroaddus, son of Mr. and tertained the following for dinner Mrs. Cronlcy Ilroaddus, of this city, Friday; Mm. O. V. Terrill, Mr. K. yestcr-da- y Mi Florence Mullins left took snap judgment on his friends T. Kngland, Mrs. I). F. llell, Mr. and for a two week visit at her home 'ist week and was married to Miss Mm. Jack Adams, Mrs. Martha Kly in London. Elizabeth Carter, of Stanfonl. Karl and daughter, Mis Kate, of Taint i one of the popular assistant of Mir Kllcn Ilettls Is In in CovingLick, Miss Mary Chestnut, Mrs. Nan-ni- e ton for a visit to her daughter, Mr. 'lis father in the county clerk' office Syler and daughter, Hebecca. nnd has a world of friend in thi Jess Arnold anil Mr. Arnold. A surprise dinner wa given Mr. city who will congratulate him upon Mr. Dave Sanders nnd Mr. W. and Mrs. Jack Adam on Wednesday return to hi home town. The June 1st. The ocension being their C. Champ attended the Commence, Interior Journal has the following to forty-sixtwedding anniversary. The mrnt exercises nt Hamilton College. ray of the marriage: nut of town gucM were: Mrs. Lizzie Stanford people were treated to Mrs. Geo. D. Itobinson left Wed- McCarley, Mr. and Mm. John Doner a surprise Thursday morning when m.I ll.tt.. .. II. .1 vi L. ncsdny morning for Jessamine county, handsome engraved announcement she will chaparone a camping lasville, Mr. and Mr. J. W. Adam.1, were received telling of the marriage .... t .V . Mr. ...... .... anil -Mr. Ifnl,..r V,,rtU Louisville in Wednesday of Mis "I ington, Mrs. Mattle Itout, of Point Messr. S. D. Cochran, Jr. and Klizabeth L. Carter, of this city, and Lenvel, Mr. Henry Sander and lit- Kugene Cochran have entered How-- i Mr. Karl Hronddus, of tle daughter, Daisy, of Hyattsville. ling Green Murine. Coellge for the While .Mr. Ilroaddus had been visiting i.Miss Carter for a year or more, the summer term. The birthday of Mr. W. O. Itigncy ! young lady kept her secret so well Mr, Joe Kirkpatrick nnd two girl KUarded that even her most intimate and Mr. John Wnlker, of Mississippi, were made very enjoyable Sunday friends, of Danville, were guest of f,jt.n,u knew not of her intensions, when relatives gathered at the hospi- his cousins. Lena and Lizzie Young, They w,.re n)arricd at the Highland table home of Mr. Itlgney to cele- Sunday afternoon. j Church of Christ and Mr. K. L. Jor- brate the occasion. A sumptuout the,Kin,on Performed the ceremony at Mrs. D. Gulley entertained dinner was a pleasant feature of the 4:30 Wednesday afternoon. They day. The table had for Its center Mnccabet! ladies Tuesday evening at with!Ieft nt onftf for Chicago, where they her home on ltichmond avenue n beautiful piece birthday cake wi" mak' a vlsit ,0 thl' Kroom'i lighted with candle. May these nn elegant six o'clock dinner. brother, .Mr. O'Neil Ilroaddus, after splendid gentlemen live to enjoy Misse Ilernice Champ, Mary Davis,1 which they will make their home at many more of these happy events Mary Owsley, Christine Sander and Ijincaster. The bride wore a becom-Kati- e is the wish of their friend. IJarnes Dickerion have return- - ing coat uit of blue, with hat and . . . . I I ,rum I t'ng"'i wnere iney ai- - snpprr to maicn, anil. carneil n cor- ' Mrs. u- . O. Mclntyre entertained ,,,,.,, .hooL Jis.e. Champ, Davis sage of sweet peas and roses. She with a fchop lerfect party Monday ;nn.i c,in.ir .....iiiaiwl frnm II .imil. 1. til., Iirlr.li? in.l .Int. . !,.. .. .. ... II nfl.rni..n I .. iiuiiui uiI ii itw IiiKiirs. i ton College. iuui, Mr. end Mrs. Charles II. Carter, of I who are attending the Kentucky; thi city, and I a charming young What came as a complete surprise ! I're Association in Danville. The woman. She taught the past year in guest were Mrs. James ltoss, of Lex- to their many friend was the marthe Stanford Graded and High School ington, Mrs. J. It. Lancaster , of riage of Miss Sarah Bland and Mr. and proved herself a most successItogers in Cincinnati last Georgetown, Mr. Louis Landram, Itiley ful teacher. Mr. Ilroaddus come of Mr. J K. Itobinson, Mis Joan Thursday. The bride is the attrac- a prominent Garrard county family Mount, of Lancaster, Mr. J. C. AI- - tive daughter of Mr. W. II. Hland. nnd is deputy county clerk of his home cock and Ml Nan McDowell, of The bridegroom is the son of Mr. county. Many of our people have lagers and is engaged in the Danville. The atTair proved a very''- farming industry. Roth are resi- - met him and all speak In the highest pleasant one. 'dents of thi city. Friend are join- - term of him. The Interior Journal scribe hasn't the pleasure of hi acMr. James Speed, editor of the.lm. in hearly conKratuations nmi quaintance, but he ha known hi .Southern Agriculturist of Louisville. -- .i u -ai IIIIV9 iui kVVII mill IIUIILI3 a child nnd he tK0 Ky.. was in the city on Tuesday for i Jn,lc since .he wa lifc aml cIaiI knmv no liner young character. Mr. .. a conference with Miss Jennie ....u ...;.i.. i Uroaddus ha shown excellent judg- gins, the county superintendent, con-- 1 in the cerning the teaching of agriculture! '"'lon of a helpmeet Mr. J. A. Swope is here now, in the rural school. Your from a broken collar bone;""1' ,hat tht' both wil1 n,wy e n pondent met Mr. Speed and learned and fractured rib. He ha Just left!nappy as l"e' now are ' tne wisn friends that Mis Hlggin had requested him the Harlan Hospital and expect to niuiiy l""vl u to write the members of the County be well oon. He received his in-- 1 hcru aml cvywhcre. Hoard of Kducation, outlining hi juries returning in a taxi from Hlack. t plan. Mis Higgins ha requested Mountain, the taxi driver losing con Cut the weeds and whitewah. Mr. Speed to return to Lancaster on trol of hi car, ran against a telethe twenty-sevent- h of the month, phone pole; one other occupant of High price of excursion tickets, County Court Day and present his the car received injuries. They were together with the scarcity of work plan to the Hoard in person. near Harlan when the accident oc Mr. Speed drove to this city from curred. Mr. Swope hold a lucra- and reduced wages of labor "across Danville, where he had been attending tive position as for the Mhe river" has made a noticeable de the meeting of the Kentucky I'rcss High Splint Coal Co., near Harlan, crease in the patronage of the SunAssociation for the past two day. Ky. day excursion from thi locality. h V Mr. J. II. Law-so- en- Mr. Jas. W. Smith was In several day this week on Carter-Broadd- us. P". 0 .!-.- .' .,, L. ,, Hig-'.i,..- , corres-Jcuperati- rr Hook-keep- KEEP-KOO- L Delicious Candies and Soft Mary Armstrong, of Frankfort, Adam. Mr. nnd Mr. Henry Moore anil have been recent guest of the famMr. nnd Mrs. J. K. Itobinson nnd family ar visiting his father at ily of Dr. W. M. Klllott. Mis Joan Mount were visitor In Wclchburg, Ky. Harrodiburg Sunday, They called .Mr. nmt Mrs. George llright and Mrs. K. II, Hour fan J, Mlssc Kate daughter, of Louisville, have been on Judge Charles Hardin and report I and Lillian Kfnnalrd were shopper rapidly Improving from hi re recent guests of Mr. and Mr. C. D. he In Danville Monday. cent serious illness. Thi I great I'owell, on Itlchmond avenue. gratiricatlon to hi many Iincaster Mem. Willie Mac Klllott and Mr. Ilnrrlette White, who ha friends. George I.awon attended tho dance been upending wniv time with he In Danville Friday night. Miss Fannie Sutton gave an elenelce, Mis Kninia Doty, ha returne gant tinncr party Sunday at her Mr. Willie Swope, of Washington, to her home In Nashville, Tenneec. uburban home on the Crab Orchard I). C, It spending several weeks with Karl Morgan, Clay county, who l road. Tho table had for It center hit grandmother, Mr. Gulley. a tuiicnt at me normal, speni sev- piece an embroidered doily with a cut Mi Anna Noel, of Danville, I the eral days with hi grandparent', Mr. glai bowl rilled with red Totes. guest of her nelce, Mr. James and Mr. Conn In Lancaster. Rich- About twclvu guest enjoyed Mist Sutton' charming hospitality. mond Rrgltter. Woods,: on Itlchmond avenue. Mrs. W. C .Itus.cll nnd baby, JoseMisses Martha and Helen Gill en- phine, and Mrs. M. It. Stephens, of President It. L. Klkin has return ed from Danville, where he attended tertained the past week u few friends Covington, are spending a week with the K. I'. A. nt thvir home on Mnplo avenue with Mr. Itusscll's father, Mr. Jas. Tucker and family on Richmond street. a delightful porch party. Itev. It. 1!. Noel, of Stanford, spent week-enthe with his daughter, Mr. Mr. Luther Gibbs, who ha been MUse Grace Wnlty and Margaret James Woods. spending several weeks at Martins- Young, .Mr. T. J. Granlgau and Mr. ville nnd Itushville, hid., has return- W, K, Wnlty all of Lexington, were Mr. W. II. Ilurtun nnd Master ed to his home in I.ancnttcr. guest Sunday of Mrs. David F. Dell, Charles Walker were visitor in Dan daugh-te- r, at the home of her mother, Mr. Jack ville Monday. Mr. Milton Klllott and little d eral week.-- . naird. A dish of Cuscaden Ice Cream works wonders on a hot day. Will generally meet a Paint, Oil, Window Glass, Cut Drinks. The New Edison The Soul. Phonograph With A number of your friends when you come here. They find our cream appetizing. Flowers For Every Occasion. STORMES DRUG STORE, FIRST THOUGHT IN DRUGS. Established 1853 Phone 39, Lancaster, Ky. JT The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, June 9 92 1 1 . SWISS CHARD BROWN MAINLY FOR GREENS Soil Should Ic Rich and Thoroughly Prepared. d FREQUENT CULTIVATIONS Will Help Strawberries i BARGAINS AT DOME Whv leave your home town to nml bark'ulns when we will rive you n much for your dollar a.n you can act elsewhere, because niomy looks just as Trade Kood to us' as It does to the other fellow. with your friends. Watch this atl each week ami you will II ml that we mean what we say. Our SODA FOUNTAIN. County. s grown m.ilnlr for us mi greens during early summer and fait. The needs reeiiildt tho of the common garden lieet and nre planted In exactly th same manner Tlit soil on which rtmnl It planted should tip n- well enriched ntiil thoroughly leaf-stem- Experience In the care of new strawberry beds shows that It pay Young Plant, Arc Nicely Start-tWhan to hoe often and to continue plowing They Sfiould Bt Thlnntd Out throughout the growing season using Lucullut la Consldsrad tha n small cultivator every week or ten Bttt Varlaty. days, nccordlng to experienced strawberry growers. The bed should (rrsparrd lr II t'nlted HUtsa IHpart-inftof AsrUUtturO never be allowed to become foul with Clmnl. usually spoken of ns Swiss weed considerable as it requires chard. Is a form of beet with fleshy time am"! work to clean out such a it , THREE DOZEN YOUNG MEN'S SUITS AT PRICES REDUCED 50 PER CENT. $20.00 $40.00 values, now now .$15.00 $30.00 values, $13.75 $27.50 values, now $3.75 $7.00 Panama Hats Younjr Men's Dress Caps $3.ii0 $2.00 values, now $1.50 $3.00 values now Everything reduced. Highest market price paid for country produce. bed. Nothing is more refreshing than one of our delicious Ice Cream Sodas. That delicious snap of the soda water, blended with our smooth, velvety National ice cream, has made our soda fountain famous throughout the After the bed has been set in the; spring and up until the first of July it should be cultivated with n small implement or tool perfernhly a 1 tooth garden harrow making the cultivation in both directions. As soon ns the runners have grown to about cultivaone foot long the two-wathe tion may be discontinued nnd runners allowed to form a matted row which should gradually till up and widen out until about 10 Inches 1 y We use only the purest syrups and crushed fruits. Take home today a quart of our delicious Ice Cream. , Comcto US for it. McRoberts Drug Store Some fishermen arc always fortunThere is some hope for the future defense of this country. The boy ate in landing a good string, when there is no third person around. ncout will soon grow up. When n fellow calls you a "d. f." Fashion now decrees the lengthening of skirts, but here's hoping they thank him Instead of giving him a punch. F." stands for "dandy wear out the old one first. fellow." "I. Men are in a receptive mood when Marshal Foch wants to visit the they want public office, ami often in United States in November. That n deceptive one after they Ret it. ought to be u fitting time, as between A pretty woman 'may know she is seasons the great American thirst is pretty, but often it is the druggist not so who know the secret of how it is A scientist arises to report the ilis done. covery that the earth is 3(10,000,000. On the heels of Big Hill Haywood's 000,000,000 miles from the center of arrival in Hussin comes the report j the universe, Happily, however, that that the bolshevik government is fact will not effect the number of financially busted. That ought io eggs your pet hen will lay in the run of the season. make William see red. 5 KEEP YOUR MONEY AT HOME City banks are paying 4 per 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. CITIZENS w NATIONAL LANCASTER. KY. BANK, Corner Public Square and Dunville Street. beef-woo- Rsmarkable Australian Treea. Among the many peculiar trees of Australia are found the flume-tree- s rlslrjg to nearly ouu hundred feet ; tho the only tree that Ii1ohoius scarlet red, reoembllng a tree on Tiro; leuflt'ss trees with drooping, rigid brnnrhlets of the color of beef nml the Indian tigs, a wonderful, it lofty tree of graceful form mid color. flre-tree- s, 'rll-lim- Canada's Animal Parks. Tlie three animal park In the Canadian West Ituffalo Park, Klk Island, nnd Foremost recent In southern Albertn have n combined area of 1S4 fui a re miles, or 117.710 acres. They have fenceil Inrlosures and tbey contain about .VJ00 btilTiilo, lui nnte-lni- e, and n hirse niimlior of moo. elk, ili't-r- . yak. nml untie. Qutar Amsrican Custom. Sometime we get u chunce to smile. Americans liute been criticizing us for renlurlea on our treatiiieiit of wometi. Hut tbey bate no right to do thut. A cltlxeu who has just returned frotn America says that there they keep Ihelr girls In the boue until tbey ars tlghti-cThey can't go or nineteen. out nt nil until then. Then tbey Invite all the girls' friends In, and they lay that tbey nro going to let her out. When Ibey let u girl out tbey cull her , debiitunte, From a Japanese l'upcr, Just Common Humanity. Tha very fTlinii trouble with moat people Is thut Ibey ute human. Ilk ourselves. Tliej react In the Knine way under the sume Mtresse. Tbey also vtmit syuiatliy, and ure looking enfor u friend. They, joy being appreciated or at leust un- Swiaa Chard, a Beat Which Haa Bern tucky Agricultural Experiment Brad for Salad Fcllage Inataad of That which is fctb. Iden is often tion. The liil should be hoed from ( The easiest thing in this world to Root. times, using a narrow! miike Is a promise, nnd It is often the , the first done two to four pared. My garden specialist of the hoe about three or four inches wide' hnrde.t to fulfill Nobody likes to listen to a tn e of L'nlltHl States Department of Agriculand doing enough hand pulling to The man who keeps his opinions woe- - unle.s "IT is his own ture. I'lnnt the seeds In rows IS remove nil weeds where the plants to himself never ha them dt.puted Inches to '.' feet apart nml 10 to 12 Truthfulne.s pays in ths- - leng run, nre thick. Since a uniform stand is by seeds to the foot to Insure n full stand. less intelligent people. but It aften avrrloek. the grocery throughout the bed, care The seeds should be cohered nliotit 1 tletinible bill. Inch deep, and the surf am slightly should be taken to train runners to When a fellow tells a lie he generpacked with the back of the hoe after fill out miing places. The care of ally has to tell another one to tone XetMn? hld lis own quite like the bed should be uch that it is down the 4aaVrt of the first one. the seeds nrt covered. the Ixild pot m the dome of a man's When the young planls nre nicely clean when layed by In the fall. head. started they should be tlilnued to stand Hest results with old ImmIs ure obOriginal Protestants. S Inches spurt In the row. about 4 or I'estple often make light of "star tained if all the vine nre mowed olT The name I'rote.tant wns flr't The plants thinned out are commonly and the bed raked clean immediateto Hit ndherenls of l.tither, from gaiers," but if It were nat for same used as greens, Cultivate thn same as ten-so- n their protetlnc nsrnlnM the decree of them we wouldn't know beets, nml In rutting for green re- ly after the end of the bearing which i usually nhotit June 15 pned br the ('Mllmllr .tntr. at tin astronum) move the leaf stems. lonvlng the root In 1.VJ51, second Plrt of and hearts of the plants to produce in Kentucky, according to .Mr. Hughpr,i.d rnnl'llv oser snmo more leaf stems. The thick leaf stems es. As soon ns the ground has been of n the fJermnn stnte. ?wf-,greens. cleaned the rows should be birred nro cooked tho same mark, Switzerland, Kngl.tiid ittnl Scotl.ucul-luThe variety of chard known as out on ench side with n dic cultiva- land at hImiiiI tin, time Is considered best. ("hards are of tor until they are about six inches an ornamental nature and ran be plant- W Ills'. ed as a liorder nlong the garden. First CallrJ -- Vsrtlcs. Railway." When this is completed it is a good It was not until thr eat I) Ti that plan to roll down the bed nnd split the "vertical ralluu ' hii introduced PLAN TO SMOTHER BINDWEED out the middle of the row using a In Kndaud. the rirt lift being-- Indouble shovel or bull tongue plow. stalled In Albert ball and to ride la Alfalfa la On ef Bast Maans of r. tv n Wild Morning Glory Othar The bed then should be given culti- this the paurnger uett te,ulred ta .i IUv MadaChrU-aUrtvation similar to that given n new-be- pay a fe of 1 penny. TinIh). the "lift" Crops Uaaful. frequent plowing being made. Is nothing like so tomimm In Kurop Alfalfa, becauM- - of Its excellent A the vines throw out new plants aa the "rlet ittiir," whli b U our liaraa smothering effect nnd frequent cutting the row should be allow til to widen for the thing. Is In the I' lilted Stairs. On reasou for tbl l that the l.'ulted It reclTe,'lsone of the beat out until it is about - Inches wide Is the blrtliplift' of the I iiioaua of controlling bindweed (wild ami" then given the jamo amount of States au. and high bullilliik". u build- I IIMtl morning glory) In sectlona wheru hoeing as that given n one-- j oar old ing heights are ineuureil In America, IMIHIM alfalfa grows welt, United Stat USt Mtt are Infrequent In Kurope. a.i.tnios.iio.co. Bin. s o stu.u as. Department of Agriculture cxperta bed. millet, aoy find. Cowpeas. sorghum, bean and buckwheat are also useful aa smothering crop, but am rarely l K I 'Jill .11 fiiH I, as successful as alfalfa. It Is well to follow alfalfa with a clean cultivated I crop, aucb ns com. Mogs are fond of both the underground and above ground growth of bindweed. If the land Is plowed It will grvutly HMilst the bogs In removing the underground parts. Shift ixisturtug bus been found helpful, but It Is not us uxeful a method us hog pasturing. Ornzlng helps to bold bindweed III cheek, but can not In depended upon to secure erndlcatloti. The use of chcmlcnlrother Ihun salt has not Im'i successful except under nml Is not recsiteclal conditions ommended. Curt should be cxercNed to prevent the Introduction of the by tuenna of (1) linpurvsei,tttN-clal- l ('.') manure Impure wheat In kmmI nuiy be contulned blndwt-ei- l the droppings or may enter manure by 1bt addition of bedding contain lug Mud wiiil seuils, ami :i) thnishlnv iiulei, out tits, thrnohliig machines, cleaned, muy carry the thoroughly from fitnu to farm seyils of hlndwt-v- wide. L'p until the time of discontinuy cultivation only a ing the s'ltall amount of hnml hoeing is necessary but ns oon a the runners row, grass have formed n matted to develop and weeds will begin rapidly especially in wet weather As soon ns this conditirn nnes con siderable work with the hand hoe will' according to M. O. be necessary, Hughes, special agent of the Ken ( two-wu- Noah Marsee, dr. General Merchandise Bryantsville, Ky. but I'rot-etantls- n s .m ir XPECTAK3L g 1 rMOTHERS b jtI..M...l.l X-- r, "It is too late please canceMhe order have et u, POTATO SCAB LOWERS GRADE Praaanca of Fsw Scabby Spsclmsm May Causa Savsra Dtprsclatlon In Valua of Crop. , derstood. Iturdeiis thut are heavy for US ure lienvy for them ll l as easy for them to wiitch oilier at work as It l fur us. Tbey. likewise, enjoy picnic nnd parade.. I ROPULSR EXCURSIOM CINCINNATI SUNDAY,JUNE 12th, 1921 ROUND TRIP FARE of a Held dlseue that causes severe depreciation In the value of u crop of potatoes o Miya the United States Agriculture. The presence of u few sciibby ttotatoe may lower thu grndc of tin ntherwUtt funcy lot. In aoiue sections kcab can be controlled by seed treatment, but In mutiy Instances carescutili) will prevent ful grading potatoetl us well ns those ulfected wlillo grub, neiuatoile with Injury from reucldug and Scab Is nn example win-wor- the market. CONFINE DUCKS IN MORNING Ourlrnj Laying Saaaon Fowls Shoulc Ba Puncmracroo( bardsnad laal dlaca Imbaddad In mbbsr ara rura latoavaryLaa Uia. Thrso layara of catty. tho bet poMlble ajfumwH tn favor of Lee Puncture-ptaopneumatic, for the aunt who makes delivariea by motor truck. Leaving aaide all question of and tire." changing expense, the loss of business involved in tire' trouble is too big a debit item to be disrefjarded. Lee Puncture-protires make fsr aaVliuM aad safety of both labor and equlpmeat By elteiinatlnf pyncture.f.ar thejr tacrsase driving confidence. You can put oa Lee Psncture-prooand forget your tires. ee tnincture-protires ars sssential to sssiness, coaaroerda), and n car. Invsstifste then for your special servism. of tire-renewal of XJERrs fs -- ef owner-drive- $2.35 INCU'Wa WAK TAX !- - Ktpt FROM DANVILLE In Houm Until or 10 o'Cloek. 9:M Raturnlnf Special Train Uavaa DanvlIU 6i00 A. M. SawcUl Train Uavaa Cincinnati CtlO P.M. (CsatraiTiaw) fWt.iWj IWuiasbaa upua spiJiuUm A.al Ducks lay their eggs early In tin morning, ami should ba confined it the housu or pen until U:.'ft or 1( o'clock. If iillovs.il to roam earlier tbsy may lay In a pond or atrxauu ai ibo vtt ho lust CONN & CONN, pnoie 66, Lancastftr, Ky The Central Record. Lancaster Ky. Thursday, June 9, 92 1 1 . f Gift I -- TIFw "J r - 'M- ln r()l Bremerton's Human Story By FREDERICK CLARKE. 14 llll, M..I.IM N...-- f I tilt I HniiHTloii huddled up In Id looked mil of tho uliidnw of tlioWi'Kt hound I.lmlli'd. 'I'Ih triiln kIomciI, iln-Inln tlo ! lliHi, wnlliil fow Hiuiiii'lilK, lllnl then A limn raiiie Into imffed out niftilu. Iho iiirrlncL1 utid ntflpiil nt llreiner-Io- n villi. Ki'lle me, ylr, hut lire )oil John n 11 Rural Woman To Have Own Clubs. Kurnl women of Kentucky nre to have their club the mme at their hi'ini; intern In the city if plnn made hy the Home Kconomica Department of the College nf Agriculture to orcnnlie club In nil countlea hnvini! home ilemonatrntion nucnti, nrc carried out. Clulu have already been orKanized in Cnllowny, Ilnllnnl, Hcnilemiin nnd Muhlenhuri; countle nnd plana nrc k'oini; rnpiilly forward for the nrcnniuitlon of almilar Krnup In other coiintie, nccordiriK to Mia Mary Miller. Held agent in food from the colri'nc. Cnllowny count) nt the present Inula the other three in the number of women enrolled in rural club, 1 1 1 women having enrolled in that county. The club. hnve been organized in vnrioii rommunitlc, the number A 1 PLUMB- ING SKK Ever Get Bilious? Try This NR Tonight cnl-im- Take NR at once. Get digestive and climtnative organs working ki harmony and relief is immediate. Never causes gnotng. CARTHY TheH.UMIIKH HeatMf , Rattif Gitttrrwf . Etc. Tomorrow Ftel Right "p.r" nnd npnrllto rrtnm nnfl fern find ynuwlf tntlrrly, completely r- lltvnl. Th.ro la no hrttrr proof of thn prrat vnluo of Natura'a Rtmad for lillloutnra nnd rm.llillon than tho fnrt that hmrn than uno mltll.m Mil Tatiitti are tiaAl every ilay, moro than nvo million Luxcx ulJ every. not nlrenuy tion ao, ir nam- or riaiurt Fr i edy (Ml Tnblrts) and taka tho first tnlilrt lonlrht. If your rcnstlptttion I atuhUirn or mnllnuo to tnko ono .irh nlffht fur a xrte nr ml Thrn nolo how Y.m f..l. Vnor t,ar ill will I i a rrmiliir n clork ,,rW. nnd Jou'll nnd yimn-- lf In Ixttrr M.npo pt yslcnlly, tntnUlly, every way In many n iUy. jnu'vn Aflr that Jou nrrd not t.iko mrllrlnn verr day. An orr.ialonat Nit Tahlrt to kep your aystrni In Kod eomll-t- l' n will ho piirnelrnt, nnd you can nJwny fcl your tcat. Ilrmrmlirr It I ,,f r and chrnprr toIt kcp well Ihnn lit crt wrii, try Naturft Rtmcdy (Nit Ttlrla I ; ! t KU.irnnic-.- il and recumtiicntlrd by pr-litai- it, . Shop Phone 69. Lexington St. Lancaster, Ky iirn"rnnr"n"nrnT'm-nT-rfcrrhT-nr-firifi mi LI 1 i al lAWi . I iH . I Li . t Til Til Til Til Til Til Til til Til Til Til TSl TJCl TiLl IH T 1 fi -r 1 1 iri lie other. ISmiifrtoiiV "Welir llleliierton ilemniided, wry eurlly. iil 1 Suparatltlon of Sailors. Tht Compotltor Gets Funny. wed-tilurk will otiro- - j Western imiIht Tin' Wli-nnOld nl lor believe was solomnnlred nl Hie Inline of Ijr follow If anyone evi n arrtdrlltatly on the bride' mrrwi, It.i.tun Tranctiiint the number nf script. toon I ship. n rn So rergttful of George. "What nn abominable memory (imrc I iromled in mnrry him last ha '.iht, ntil he arum." lino l.ondfn Opinion Jut trifHiii t ma Compromise. Nn rollcce limn I n good n lie tries t ninko Id trofe.or hWleve ti It he tell lilt girl In- - I. nor n Imd A Jester Birds Moving Day. It I now uolletiilillhcd fact, ay the American I'ontry Mngn-tintlmt uIipii tin; fetualtt woodcock for nny rraon desire In remote her young from our plnco In niiothrr, aim take them out, one at n time, bedoc let ncurrr to tin- - human heart tween her feel nnd Iiotillntr them he tlie off with them to a utihutiian limn any other of earth plnce of nfrty habltanta. Dog Lover Never All Old. Hp who loves n floit limy not' lie nil tlx lr should be IIImay iUlllle nf mannfrly lirt IllOflry hood, luit JOU neterthele, mine-thion It I hut there In Mm Hint merit rcspert, albeit sometime t I" searched (or. Tli 11 e, l. TO EFFECTIVELY ADVERTISE FARM SALES Use the Paper that cover Central and Eastern Kentucky Like a Blanket. THE MEXINGTON HERALD (Incorporated) For rate, and further information write J. LEXINGTON L, NAYLOR, Adv. Manager. LEXINGTON, KY. HERALD, To nmcvj Varnlih, Some Sircaam. KngU'li m i Mt look hU firM nrnlh from floxirn. To rMli ultti uood nlcnhol, liok nt Broadway ntlmne with lUht, wMik tti) rit..liiiic mid Idplng after whtih It tuny raidly h He read il "How much morel Irn nnd md wonderful It h.miW le fur n inn who Offinfd. rouldn't nnd."' A c)tih? i 'roii who dl.onfM mrnn thine hliurtf nnd then of u. linn-ton)i tliein iiIhiiiI h "It Btd Htr." Tmiioiiii Junior mtd iti,r et playlnif In otnrtthe rarilrn Hhm Eatlly Obtalntd. itl crrnininc U'lu-- tnotlier run out tlx nirroncy to a "Whrn surn. m Junior raiii: Jiwwrr. n I'MttiTrtr. hut It wi rumor hrn do tlny u't tin currrn. thoueht It irr.M cyl" Innulre n coljiitnUt. Ity lrn' a! mid U Inc on ttirlr lnintliiatlon, of rourar. Ilinton Tinnafrlpt. Flnt Trim. drnwn hy horM Str'-- t irBiiiwii) And LM for That rri lntndiiccl Into thU country hy A ninu domm't havo to turn much Mr. Tmm. an Anirrlraii. from whmn ii"- tliey tnvi' liifir iiniiip nt'i In Id upprr atorj lo on tnliiahlr mIihI Vlnrt day. It di'iM-nIn I''!, nnd In l.ti. run at lllrkfiiln-nltia (Cnl.) Umdon of O'llar hn ha.-Sa- ntn don th follortlni: ji-- r Hrpuhllcnn. An ; r'" . ' I 11 tire Hint I hii on jour trni k. I knew I Imd ireoirnlred you. I Munt tho lnlde try of the fnlliire of I lie roruuriidn hunk. I am u of Ihe Iohii "Vnii Mt, "Ir," the ri'Mirter ronilii' lied, "of iilir' u hnte llll Ihe renl of (lie fill re. I wind tory." " ory!" njieiitiil ri"l humiin ItrvitMTton iiietdiimlenlly, nnd inlliil little hlllerly nt Ihe Irony of eelil which Imd left hl life, except for hl widened eeiieiiee. Jut where It hnd heen when he hii'l left I'niliilliCt ill. n M'inile eoimlry hoy, IS yenr Mnle limy! And hl llrt wetheiirt day for n Me hid wrlllen tiioulli after n ye.ir hi teller en ed. After twn )enr In- - hnd Moik- think-Ink- ' of her. lie Imd tufird. not lotii; nflerwiinl, Ihnt he n mnrriel. I'hniik'e here for "rraiiiluetoii ! le .liiiieV Minuted Ihe rondtirlor, nnd llriiiiertmi Mnrted up hnllly and elred hi milt ene He hnd wauled llfnlll. to tee the old t Slnndliic tllni the pint form he found the reMner lit III elhow. lie hail enilrH) forvntieu him. Tin afnild there1 n wait of two hour for the lie Jlolne train," he , "We Jiint lnled tio raid. Now, Mr. Itreinertoii, won't joii It pleaw help me with Hit Mory will mean n treat dm I to tw. air." Iln'inerton wn n man of quick He pulled out hi watch. Thri- - oVhK'k," lie nld. clnnrlliB nt I'll te hnck at four, mid the dial tory." I II Klf you tlmt He KtroUiil iMit of lite atntlon. that n few new hulldlnc hnd prune up It wn atonlhlni; how e the town hnd chanced during the And nt the IS yenr of hi uli'cnve. end of the lane un the (5ray'rit-tare- , Tliere wn the nutlc Mile where I.Uxle nnd he hnd met thoe IS yenr aco. A woman wn wnlklne up the lane. She hnd turned In from Ixdow, Jut where tho Oray oitlnpi uhuttcil on She would co him when the pike. ho came out of the end n few fret rom the tle. Ilremerton remcm-N'r- e how hi heart hnd hammered Ihnt innnilns he hfd flrt kl-- l her. It wn here, and Utile had walked h. n tir wnlkod now. unrrnclnu He hnd wnnleil Mint he wnl'ed there in run away, n he wmitod to run row. And Mie Imd lookiil up ud'len-land "ii'ii him. Jul n he looked up "I wiih repre-enliitlte Tree-Sollell 11 11 11 cotine--Honi. Kx-re-Ill-ti- of member varying from 15 to SO in different communities. The auhject which the women atudy nre c!ocIy refated to tho problem of the home, nccordlnir to Min Miller, nnd include uch thlmr a the euro and feedir.i; of children, home aanltatlon, installment uf water aya tent, aewagc diaporal, hor.te enre of the alck ami study of kitchen U.c, ency. t'lnler the lnt auhject the women atudy the aelection nnd arrangement of kitchen ynulpment a n menu uf saving atep while performing their duties. A number of other auhject of special interest to rural women nre Included among these studied by the club member. Meeting are held in the homca of various member nnd program arranged which include talks, nnd music. Worker from the Home Kconomica Department of the College of Agriculture nnd local home demonstration ngent with the women in enrrying out the program of the meeting. demon-Mratiu- Whm yonr llv'r aw on slrlkx and roll fr. n idrk tirnilftenn nnl Mllou spell mm In it on, Inateail of pnMiilnc your liver llli ilnmcrnm ati.l ImwrU with alnmc. whlnr putcallv, Krt out your ir e f mllil. Nil Tablcla nn.l UVr 1,110 rtsht nit. Ilrll'f ctimn Just tin quickly nnd laauni; wiui 11 rntrn nui no mi rriiune. rmnw-Intoln or il'iuMuiif atunmrh a viemvajr nrnr. work Tal,l riaiura pmiBpily nrvl Ihumuclilir. I,ut tho action I mil,! MHiildiifT. nnil Itcllrf mrnn Itimiirli tho nc- tlim nf Naturt'a Rtmdy nn not only tlin llrrr, tmt on tho whoto illifs- iivonnu uniiniiiirnayirm, on tho tlio liowrla nnd Klnrcd tip nrrtimuMtlon of .to end loxly pols.,n Ihnt havo nil icrlni; tho aysli-- d nro complrt-- h ' ptom-fi eit, Ihn . Trncthrnednnd tliolnl'rru)trl -k of Ultr"itlon nn.l asslmllMloti l Tim Inartlvn llvrr for t , llh nrw tho niic ato unhtinlcnnl, tho limd.ictio lrnv, " If.iit iliill. "ilniiri-.n ftliiiiltMiiisdr, nicrgy, Kenilr-nrtinC irnr. ynu-v- o i.u tm ini h, r. kid-nr- ln bn - orrr-wurkr- M-r- jnt rnnl-lu.rra- l- iluli-a-lHjl- It E. McROBERTS, Lancaster, Kentucky. juur tlruKw'lat. WOLF TRAIL (Delayed.) n number from here were Quit at Snlem Sunday. Mi Jessie liny nnd Klmer Hay in Madison. spent the week-en- d Mr. ami Mr. Klbert Tenter were week-envUitors of relative. Mr. nnd Mr. Hugh Moberlcy were with the tatters pnrent for the week- d Clarence McCulIcy and son, Mr. nnd Mr. Itoyston Hay nnd ion, Mr. Lawrence, Mr, and Mrs. Buforil Smith, Mr. and Mr. Allen Teater, night. Mr. and Mrs. Homer Hay, Mr. I.uca Miss Thelma Wheeler .of McCreary with Mis Bert i Foster nnd family. A sumptlous pent the week-endinner was served nnd the day was Dailey. greatly enjoyed by nil present. Mis Ida Spenke was the pleasant guest of .Mr. Klijnh McMillinn last Peculiar Racial Resemblance. Thursday night. There nre n grent miny point of reMr. aid Mr. Jasper Mntthews are semblance between tho Mongolian mid the proud parents of n little son. the Amerlrnn Indian. They extend to He has been christened Ira. pcrotinl niul ewn rellglou ohsenr-ancnotwlth-tnndln- g the fact that Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Sebastain anil the Mongol hnto long len comerted grandson, spent Saturday and Sun- to I.iimnlMii. one of the most exnctlns day iwth Mr. nnd Mrs. Wilbcrt Daily. and Intolerant of religion. Mis Ilculah May and Thelmn Simpson, were the attrnctivoucsts of Mr. Knyond Davis Thursday I night. am w w Mr. nnd Mrs. Elijah McMillinn en-- l tertnined Sunday Mr. Joe IUy andi STORMES DRUG STORE family, Mr. Billlo Fain, Mr. and Mr. end. I Mr. nnd Mr, Carl Moberlcy visited Mr.nnd Mr. Fred Howard Saturday . d e. ' gaaasL iliit now rrt inlil-iil- ltir - ' 1 solw ll And holh Imd treinhled. Just n hoth were trellildliu: now. her, Just n he And he hnd kl kl'ii her now She had hanll) t'linitceil except Hint her llk'ure had crown mature nnd her fuio moie thiHiirlirful, vruver, "You nn" mil married, then!" he lnllllliereil. She looked nt him roldly, Ihe lluh ef khnme lowly fadllli: out of her -- Dodge Srothers DOOR. SEDAN The Sedan is so solidly entrenched in the affections of the American people that it has ulmost attained the proportions, of a national institution llii-u- - Rolling Dollars "How mil you ark me that, JohnT' he Mild. Ililt I hoard I heard-r- " to wrltel" "That' why you nsi-e- il "No."I niied to he Niiered. Hut till, I write U fore I w..n mid. mil ure that If I had not heard " I I1011I1I oiiie day hiiu come hack." "To redeem your plnlce. JnlmJ Wellt I relllise J oil from II. So let -- f jnur ihum-Ii'ih- My chid mru-pi- Gather No Interest Am! jtafely. interest in 'v what makes tlollarrt jrrnw Of emue, if you have saved money you liavey certain-lit on interest if not in jrood securities, then in the hank. Surely you are not one of those who use shot haws, stocking, tin cans and ot as depositories. ' If you are, you'll eventually he sorry. It's far hotter to he safe than sorry. We pay I per cent interest 100 per cent SAKBTY. all my life und I my whole Inter-e- t. While jou- - joii ur, or were, wry fumoiit wry huy man unit one." "Then jou h;ie. heurdl" hu uked. heiird of jou, John "Of court ht iitiHWored. "I llremertoii," hue all followi! jour nint r with the kreuteot Inlenl,' ho tvntlnued, 10I orlnc fiilntly. "You know wq ure ull pioud of you In rramluctou." "Oh, If only I had lieer cone!" U l.lixle, cried, tome hack to kfuj -- with J 011, ' "With "Willi liter rlie reltilted. 11 11 Tha Kolln consumption la unuaoally low The tir mllrage i unuaually hich l'u KINNAIRD BROS Lancnter, Ky. l'u Hie, John)" "I want jou," he cried. known I iicer Ktme "I hint what happiness ine.iul Weill u way. Will juu he nij -- ' I wlfeV "You jou ineiiii Hint, John)" hc Uiumtml. lie drew her Into hi arm, und rh l, happily. lay there til "Tell inc joii oe Hie," ho will la-- M'red. The Garrard Bank & Trust Go LANCASTER, KY. Wo sell traveler Cheque, which are Rood in the United States and all foretell countries. These Cheques insure your funds nk'ainst loss. "I tune utwiiy Invnl you, John," he iitiHWcred hack. "And omchow I uIwiijh knew' lhat you would iome till I" hintlly hcrkelf She dUeiifiiiKed looklnc up tin lane In terror, and r follow Ink her ulamv, llremertoii Hipnnchlni; them ctdved the he In' "I wn Juki laklnc a walk-can. "I thought I mill not nit In thu' Ktalloii llll four, t didn't know" nimt'a nil rlKht, ron." nnwerei HrcimrlMi. "Nrwr mind that up llntiu'iit, hut lt down on Unit Mile I'm k'olne to k'tvt you a rvul huumi Merv." rrirtT ssMsjBMMBjsMBBsMiMijMii ji w WA&M'QMMbVMMmi1inB'tltWBBKBKB'' jlnJitJm MORE SUNSHINE Predicted For Earth As Result OfAuroras Stiver Oliver Lodaa Declares Rettnt Solir Eruptions May Hava Dutt In Atmosphtr AID TO VEGETATION IS SEEN. IP The Central Record. Lancaster, Ky.. Thursday June 9. 92 1 I ClaitiM CtlMito RATESi Single Insertions Ic a word No ad taken for leu than 20c in this column. No ads In this column charged. Seven Insertions for the price of five. Phone orders must be paid promptly Recent olnr eruption London. and which caused brilliant aurora disorganized cbale ami telegraph lt throughout the world may in the earth receiving an increased quota of sunshine during the remainder of the year, say Sir Oliver sor-vi- DODGE BROTHERS ANNOUNCE AXxmrm nmrtimmmmuinmnjm tadgf, the noted scientist. He declare It I irobalil,e the will be strengthened and FOR RENT; Five room Run low on Danville street. Apply a George Smitn premises. We can repair your tires and tube no matter how lad they are. Unrig mon-Do- n that development of vegetation and duce the amount of dust held suspended in the atmosphere. Sir Oliver say the magnetic that attended the solar eruption were due to a torrent of electrified particle which constituted a gigantic electric current. This re- in consequence the Indian harvest will be improved. He even venture the opinion that the electrified par-tic- e thrown ort" by the un during the disturbance may assist in the them . '. in nw. 7 1 pd. Ilernden A Jones A substantial the price effective reduction of WANTED: To buy Hemp ( r Write P. O. Bex 2H2 ting machine. Lancaster, giving prter and cond Uon. U opinion is also held by Camllle the veteran French astronomer, who has expressed surprise at a storm of uch unusual violence occurring at this time. M. Flamma-rio- n has pointed out that the un is now at a period of diminishing activity, the eruptions on the surface of the luminary recurring nt intervals of eleven years. Sir Frank Dyson, the astronomer royal, declares the disturbances caused by the sun jpot were the worst ever experienced in Knglnnd. Dr. K. W. Maunder, founder of the Flam-mario- in cars their 8th. I.O.iT: On June 1st., between and Baptist Church, pair of It goM rim glassrs in black rase. ward if returned to till office or Mrs. II. C. Wearren home WANTED. -- Salesmen for tl.Oml June mile guaranteed tire. Salary wrekly with extra commissions. COWMAN TIRE & RUBBER Box 781. Chicago, I!lm $i" to Indies large Hcket book LOST: ne ten dollar bill an I ewnUlnlng Mar small change, between Lravell ami Back Cnek. Mr. J. W Tatero ttpj. FOR SAI.E-O- ne British Astronomical Association, who has made a study of sun spots nnd of terrestrial disturbance which might be contributed to them, definitely holds that streams of electric Kinnaird Brothers Lancaster, Ky. una, It. rheaH. good Mahugan) Phsine J0i G. Mrs George R'f. Gilbert Creek. K.. Gram Cradle $1.59; Binder Twine 16 particles thrown out into space from the vast whirling cavity popularly known as a sun spot cause magnetic storms upon encountering the earth's atmosphere. Dr. Maunder has reached no decision as to the effect of these particle upon the weather, but he agree the subject is as yet to be thoroughly explored. rents; 5 Dunn Riding Cultiators t.Kth Cultivators, $ti00. Double Slwvjli, $5 00; B. B. Lawn Mowers. $&.tS; Garden Plows, IS 7 Corn Jobber. II 00; Ilay Itakrs. I to Mowers, 175 00; Oil Stoe. 120 00 Wire Fence at cost itS 00; J. R. Mount A Co NINA Miss Stella Prewitt is on the sick list. Mrs. Ebb Grant has returned home from the Uichmond hospital. LICK Lint, Sand, Portland Cvmvnt, Hudson Sl Fa.-aaRock, Brick. Edwin Walker spent Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Casey are his home folks. rejoicing over the arrival of a fine Little Sallie Burnam Henry has boy. been quite ill. Mrs. Hobert Malear was the guest Miss Marie Ledford spent the week of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Henry end at home. Hume Friday. Mers. K. G. Woods and Koy Es- Mr. und Mrs. Willie Anderson and daughter spent Sunday with his fath- tridge went to London Friday. er, Mr. T. A. Anderson. Purina Baby Chickan Feed tba Hudson A Farnau. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hardin spent duality kind. Sunday with her parent. Mr. and Misses Elizabeth Conn and Kate 'Mrs. J. K. Whitted. Friday night.. Ely were in Mrs. Willie Creech and Mis Lizzie MU Ava McWhorter is assisting Creech, spent two days last week with Miss Kate Ely with her dress making. Mrs. Andie Matlock. Mr. Walter May continues very Mrs. Willie Anderson and daughLittle Thelma Mays is better. ill. ter, Leila Lucille, were the guests of y Mr. Martha Ely spent the day Saturday. Mrs. Mason Malear with Mrs. Bruce in Mr. nnd Mrs. Sidney Baker were quests of Mr. and Mrs. Klza 1'rcwltt IIUMJII. Messrs. Hobt. and Wood Walker Saturday night and Sunday. returned home Friday from TennesMrs. Cronley How and children see. and Mrs. Nathan Ward were guests The detiut can now boat.s of n of Mr. W. L. Prather Friday. telephone which was installed la3t Misses Itosa Grant, Irla and Ode week. No. 2. were guests of Miss Lee Prather Mr. Edwin Walker went to Dan afternoon Kdith Whitted Saturday ville Fridny night to be present at Mrs. Karl Prewitt and children Phi dance. opent Saturday and Sunday with her the Mlu Elizabeth Conn spent the parents Mr. and Mrs. Marlon Prewitt. week-enwith Miss lleulah Edwards Mr. and Mrs, Klza Fletcher nnd MEN AND WOMEN-Ma- ke AGENTS selling IjTusca big money Gems, the stone that really look Every anil wear like a Diamond. piece exact copy of High Priced Diamond Jewelry. Detected only by exE. Elmore were the guest nt dinner Friday envening of Mrs. Mrs. PAINT J. American Let? ion Newt ed into the Hobert Walker. spent several Lucille Fannie day thi week with Mis Dowden and attended Heren ComMis Fri-ila- mencement Wednesday. returned W. M. Eldridge Mrs. home last week, having spent several months with her sons nnd ncice, in Houston, Texas. Mrs. Jim Harve Ralston und little daughter, Kvilen Francis and Lena n., to Estridge came from Logan, visit Mr.. A. B. Estridge. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Baker und fam ily of Crab Orchard are visiting Mrs. Baker's father and uncle, Mr. J. P. Rogers and Mr. W. P. Rogers. Mr. A .B. Estridge, Mrs. Jim Harve Ralston and Mrs. Lewi Mc Whorter of Logan. West Va., were the guest of Mrs. Vina McWhorter Monday. Mrs. Jas. P. Ralston son. of Indiana, spent part of last week with his sister, Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Anderson. Misses Zilla Mae and HIrtha Hume und Mr. Karl Hume spent Saturday night with their uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hume In Madison. Mr. and Mr. Hen Lunsford enter tained Sunday at dinner the follow trig guests: Mrs. Klla Mobley and daughter, Mr. and Mrs, Willie Prath er, Mr. and Mrs. Charlie D. Prather. At Rubber Tireing I have just received supply of the a new Best Grade of Guaranteed Rubber I I I 7 7 7 for $14.00. Give me a trial and satisfy 7 Phone 17. 7 yourself. 7 A. H. VANHUSS 7 and will rubbvr your buigy 7 Lir.casUr, Ky little daughter, Elizabeth, left Monday for Georgetown, where they will attend the graduating exercise of Georgetown CollegeMr. Martha Wynn and children, Miss Sara Rogers and Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Wynn spent Saturday and Sun- day with Mr. Ju. P. Lewis ami fam ily in Georgetown. near Crab Orchard. Mr. and Mr. (). I.. Ilnmmack had Miu Elizabeth Mcl.tn. of Richmond was the guest of Miss Kathlyn for their guests Sunday Mr. anil Mrs. Tnulbeo Cornett, Master Thorn-as- , Ledford a few days last week. Mr. and Mrs. Tom RuNton, Mr. Ha- Mm. Ilcttie Hurchell went to Saturday to vis.it her daugh- and Mr. Thomas I.ogsden and famivenna, ly. ter, Mrs. Arthur Botner. drilled a well Mr. Harry Francis had a her Mesir. Boian have the yard of Mr. Joe Boin and have guests for dinner Friday Mrs. hauf in ley Hughes nnd children. Miss Jen Mruck good sulphur water. Margaret Francis, Mr. ami Mrs. Wilce Rogers and n ie Parks, Mis spent the week Mrs. Woods Walker and baby nnd family of Red House end with Mr. and Mr. W. P. Rogers Mis Morv Walker. Mr. Fred Hall entertained the folMr. and Mrs. C. B. Friend spent w th hi parents, Mr. lowing at dinner and supper ThursOn. week-enand Mrs. Will Friend ol college inn day: Mrs. W. P. Buchanon, of Stanhome ford, Mrs. G. W. Martin and three Miss Fay Ward returned Mr. Georgetown College Friday and daughters, of Lebanon, nnd from Mrs. Martin and chilR. II. Gilbert. entered E. K. 8. N. at Uichmond dren returned home Friday afterMonday. noon. Mr. It. H. Gilbert went to Mt. Stcr-lin- g a few day and Saturday to visit will go to Lexington to enter school OLD LEAKY ROOFS Can bt4arulailalatfjuf IUi for the summer. Mr. Mershiwn, of Ilerea, preached OOP COATING W at Walnutta Sunday morning on acMaaalar Uinn Ulrw--i to I'liinnit, count of the illness of their pastor, Rev, W. H. Vouiu. ttuiutmvUL cmtmcs ce. Mrs. Margaret Gibbt and Mr. and anil d d "We have come to the time when we should begin to legislate for the people of this country." said Senator Frank B. Willi of Ohio in the United States Senate. "When measures are proposed for legislative sanction. Immediately the consideration that is suggested is, what will some foreign nation or some alien think about it? We have organizations of the friends of various foreign countries; let us hnve an organization of the friend of our own country for a while and see how that will work." expressed by SenaThe tor Willi I praised by F. W. Jr.. National Commander of the American Legion, who wrote to Senautor Willis as follows: "It seems to me that you have hit the ntil suuarely on the head and I desire to commend you for the statement. I hope straightforward you may follow it up in the that Senate while the American Legion. joining hands with the other loynl Americans, may demonstrate to the world that we are on "organization of the friend of our uwn country''" Warrant for the arrest of Roger Baldwin, founder of the American Civil Liberties Union, has been sworn out by Major Milton D. Campbell. acting for the American Legion In Cincinnati. .. on a charge that Baldwin violated n state law in "openly revolution." Baldwin advocating .nuke in Cincinnati In behalf of liber- ation of the "political prisioners" of the war and is quoted a saying that he preferred "resistance by arms" to "no resistance at all." During the War, Baldwin served a Jail sentence as a result of his seditious activities. Among the 1,000 resolutions immediate aid fur disabled veterans and urging the passage of the American Legion's relief by Coiigres were those passed unanimously by the student body and faculty of two Arkansas colleges. With the resolutions of two institutions, Central College and Stute Normal, were similur document signed Club, Rotary by the Commercial Club. B. 1'. (. E., n literary club ami the local post of the American LegGnl-braitpro-gra- m residence nnd extinguished the tire. The only ca ualty came when the veteran who I commander of hi pot of the Amen can Legion, barked hi nose the gas mask was not small. A tire which threatened to wipe out the town of Alpine, Tex., was checked when the Big Bend post of the American Legion turned out in force to tight the conllagratlon. Then the Legionnaires offered their service smoke-Ailed pert. Guarantrrd fiw years. Write for illustrated catalogue and Agrnl's Gem C a , terms. ) Lexington, K (0-2-- Antique Furniture. I buy and sell OLD FURNITURE and antique of every description If you care to buy, or If you car to sell, write or phone J. K. Elmore. tf Incaiter, Ky ion. SUPERLASTIC if fi Stanlford, of the IHth. Field Artillery, A. E. F., gained some knowledge of tires und gas while in France. When a house caught tire in Glen Rock, Pa., recently, the sergeant brought out his gas mask, plung to the mayor In patrolling the de vastated area. The offer wa accept eil on the spot and for twenty-fou- r hours the Legion men walked posts in the familiar military manner. The melting pot works overtime in f .Frontenac, Kun. the little town In n population of less than '.',000, twenty-twnationalities nrr abiding All of them are represent in peace. ed in the local post of the Ameri can Legion anil in its unit of the Women's Auxiliary. More than nine, ty per cent of the Legionnaire are member of the United Mine Work ers, employed in the con! mines near Pittsburg. Kan. When it was propoe in Berlin that the famous Hindenburg wooden statue, into which the former kaiser drove a gold nail ami the common German iron ones, should be sold nt public auction, an American appeared on the scene. He offered .'10.000 marks for the figure. Preled as to hi reason for buying the statue of the Boche general, the American declared that he proposes to bring it to America ami let Americans drive nail in it again tit twenty-livcents n nail. Half the proceed would go to the American Legion and the nth er half to the Red Cross. A house to house cuuvas of the en tire city of Chicago has been under taken by post of the American Leg ion in seeking out veterans who have been successful in adjustment of com pensation cliiims with the Govern merit. A recent membership ram paign in Illinois netted a gain of 10, 000 members for the first four months of lli- -l over the corresponding period of lust year, "Jefferson Post iiandicup" wus the feature race on Derby Day ut the fumous Churchill Downs race course ut Louisville, Ky. The race was named in honor of the Jefferson Post of the American Legion. Twenty new posts of the American Legion and sixty-nin- e units of the Women's Auxiliary were formed during the week enJvd May '.'tith. o e Sweet Potato Plant. Porto Rico nnd Nancy Halls. Fine planU. '.'00 for $1.00; 500 $1.75, Ex tOOO $2.75. by mail postpaid. press collect $2.00 per M. Tomato plants same price. Plant circular free. FRUITVALE NURSERIES Albany, Alabama. Attention Hunters Positively no fox hunting or hunt- of any character or trespassing on will be our farms. Any violator prosecuted. W. S. Embry, W. A. Price, T. J. Price, Ed and N. B. Price, Fisher Herring, Crit Mrudows, Ansel Meadows, John Collier, J. S. Schooler. Joe Criscillis, J. M. Criscllli., Robert Speake, George Conn, Jim Conn, Henry Arnold, Marion Johnson, W. Conn, J. M. Tom E. Whitnker, Meadows, W. T. King, John Rich, Sam Rich and J, G. Conn. (Other names will be added upon the payment of 25 cents.) (tf.) EXCURSION via CINCINNATI, O., and return $3.15 L. & N. $3.15 Sunday, June 19, 1921. Special train will leave Lan caster 5:29 A. M., returning will leave Fourth St. Statien, Cincinnati 6:30 P. M. Stand-arTime, (7s30 P. M. City Time.) For further infermatien cm ult local Ticket Agent. al