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HAYNES FAMOUS OPERA EXHIBITS GUARANTORS Selected To Head Dry In Garment Making ASSOCIATION AT CHAUTAUQUA Lancaster To Have This To Meeting Service If Certain Re- Hold Meeting and Pre-- ! Forces Of Nation. "Nothing but the Truth" Be Held Throughout " Sparkling Comedy, Fair Married One Of Carrard's At Danville Very pare For Coming quirements Are County. Dauihtert. Enjoyable. Met. MANY PRIZES TO HE GIVEN. Event. Also Coming. much satisfacwas Mid-Summ- er ,V V It . , .4ti i The unstinted hospitality, warm With the advancement of the Lan The guarantors of the coming GREAT LECTURES greeting and cordial welcome extend- caster post office from a third cla- - to Chautauqua have had several meetTHEMES. Kentucky a seroml class office on July 1st, Is ings during ed to the members of the the past week nnd everyPress Association by the citizens of n long step that only a few offices in thing is now nrranged for the coming Notable Mutlcal CompanUs AnJ Taf Danville, at It meeting 'Jie state have been able to make this Chaut.tuqun which promises to be the Fun-Mk- r there last week, added much to the year. With this advance the govern- - best that has ever appeared in Langart, Popular success of the meeting, which proved ment has granted to the city of Lan caster. The meetings have been held Fl? Big Days Filled With to have been one of the most inter- caster, village delivery service, with nt the rooms of the Woman's Club, Up To Th Mlnula Features esting and instructive meetings held two carriers, effective Just as soon as this organization lending every coJ by the association In many yenrs. certain requirements have been met operation possible and adding much The famou Gilbert and Sullivan With headquarters Ideally located by the citizens and patrons of this inspiration to those who are financithe light opera, "The Mlksdo;" at tho Kentucky College for Women, ore ally back of the entertainments. "Nothing where every comfort and many lux- service. These requirements success, comedy street signs at all Intersections, Ticket committee have been se concert o( rare uries were provided by Dr Allen, But The Truth;" a houses numbered, and the erection of lected and arc getting down to "brass Urahmi Trio president of the college, aided by Mis excellence by th mail receptacles In the homes, stores tacks." This committee is composed ; Ctutrles R. Tfncrt, tuneful humor-1st- Andrews, the efficient dean of this and offices of those who avail thcmsel of W. R. Ilatin, Chairman, Dr. V. exceptional splendid school, the success of the brilliant lecture anil ves of this service. O. Kinnnlrd, W. A. Farnau, D. A. companies-thesmtttkxl entertainment meeting was assured from the openJust when this service will start Thomas and the Woman's Club, which ing day. are noUble attractlont This college Is one of the Is entirely with the patrons as certain The Uryantsvllle committee is com will appear here on the 1021 Redpath best equipped we have seen in years requirements must be fulfilled and posed of Miss ilia Dawes and J Five big day are till- entity accomodating 1150 young lad- theM- - are Imperative. Some of the Chautauqua. Hognn nallard. The Paint Lick philles, beautiful grounds, well furnished, citizens will promptly number their committee being, Mrs. Robt. Wnlker, ed with fun, music, drama ami well lighted, and well ventilate! houses, while others will procrasti Mrs. Mary osophy. Lear Davidson; Ruckeyc, The Weybelle Concert Company rooms, and with a corn of teachers nate, thus dclayin g the itrvlce Mr. Otto Simpson and Mlts Nora appearing on the first day l com- unexcelled In the south, It is a won These requirements are all import Teatcr. posed of remarkably versatile musi- der to u that parents could find any ant, yet not at all expensive, but The publicity committee is com eon. apparent reason for sending their Their cians and entertainers. must be done and done promptly posed of H. C. Sutton, W. F. Champ, afternoon and prelude at daughter to an Eastern school. cert In the The government of course furnish Kinnnlrd Brother nnd R. I.. Elkin The members of the Danville ed all the street collection boxes, but night will feature dellchtfully varied Dr. II. S. Hudson was unanimoussolo and ensemble numbers. Vera Chamber of Commerce were untiring those mentioned above must be sup ly elected a permanent chairman of accomplished Danish vio- in their efforts in looking after the piled by Weybelle, the patrons. all the committees and Rilllc Miller linist and contralto soloist of the entertainment of all the member, The Central Record is In receipt chosen treasurer nnd A. D. Joseph, company, possesses a voice of excep- as well as Dr. Ganficld and all the of the following letter from Mr, ecretary power. Centre College faculty. tional richness, beauty and e inspec Clatence Coleman, About I7C tickets remain yet to On the first ntszht, Ada Ward, brilThe only mar to the entire session tor: be sold, which will probably be done lecturer, will capti- was the unfortunate accident which liant, magnetic "Central Record, tancaster, Ky, between now nnd county court day vate her hearers with "You Amer- befell Miss Anne I'oague, of Ashland, "The Lancaster pott office will ad,- - The chairman of the ticket com Miss Ward sees America a most brilliant newspaper woman icans." v.ince to the second claw effective mittee has called a meeting of its with the eyes of a cultivated cosmo- and exceedingly popular with the! July 1, 1921, the clerks to have Civil members for Friday night, June 24th politan and interprets what she ec craft. Service status. The office has alto In the meantime let's all get busy and eloquent underAside from it regular program. bcen Krant-twith fire, wit and village delivery sen-Ice- , put the coming Chautauqua over with standing. She is both a lecturer and tntny entertainments were provided with two carriers, effective just as a whoop. of unique ability, and for all members of the press and their soon as certain requirements have entertainer use crayon and blackboard to em- families, the badge provided to every been met, such as street signs at all phasize her points. Sincere, Inspir- member, admitting him anywhere and intersections, houses numbered, and ing, humorous, witty, she evokes with a cordial welcome "to boot." erection of mail receptacles in homes, The banquet given to the editors stores, offices, etc. To Leave Kentucky. tears and the next moment washes with the cleanest of nnd their lady friends, was a most away them I am glad to see tancaster com laughter. Hera is the power of the delightful affair, Dr. W. A. Gunfield Ing to the front by advancing to the Friends here will regTet to learn .spirit that Immediately finds its way miking a charming tonstmnstcr, pre- second claM, and obtaining village that Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Hughes VO the hearts of her hearers. siding with the ease and grace for delivery" and attractive daughter, Miss MarA grand concert on the second af- which he is so well noted. garet, are to leave Kentucky soon Those on the program of the ban ternoon by the famous Hrahms Trio and make their future home In Cali REV. will bt one of the musical treats of qurt included, Hon. Emmet Purycar, fornia. A recent issue of the Cour the week. The violin, piano and cel of Danville, Mr. Jonas, editor of the ier Journal has the BALLOU of their contemplated following to say lo, as played by the member of this Louisville Herald. Hon. II. Matthews, departure: trio, are a never falling source of of Lo Angeles, Calif., and Dr. M. M. "Robert E. Hughes, who has been Home connected actively with buslnts and delight to music lovers. Ensemble Allen, president of the Kentucky numbers from the classic and solos College for Women. civic life of Louisville for more than In of wonderful charm and popular ap At the election of officers, held at twenty years, will leave the latter peal are feature of the program the final meeting on Wednesday, Mr. one of the part of htis month for California, it Rev. Joseph Dsllou, Kach member of the Hrahms Trio Is W. L. Dawson of the Oldham Era, most beloved preachers of the Chris was announced yesterday. During matter musician. La Grange, was elected President, church, died at his home in Stan his residence in htis city, Mr. Hughes "Wiser Than Solomon" will be the Mr. G. H. Sneff of the Advocate, Mt. tian ford Tuesday morning after an ill has been executive commissioner from lecture subject of Charles Zueblin, Sterling, was elected Vice President, nes of several months. The In Kentucky to the Louisana Exposition eminent publicist appearing on the Mr. - S. Fitzhugh. of the Enterprise, at St. Louis, secretary of the Com' Journal says of his death: second night. Mr. Zeublln Is a prac Wllmore, Chairman of the Executive terior A grand old soldier of the cross mcrcial Club, president of hte Ken tical Idealist, presenting a clear-cu- t. Hoard and Mr. J. C. Alcock, of the other tucky Electric Company before that ones his straight from the shoulder message, Messenger, Danville, secretary and Joined whenloved spirit on the Jos concern was merged with the Louisof Eld. the shore, tempered with keen humor and a treasurer, reelected for the eleventh eph Dallou took its flight to man ville Gas and Electric Company, and most human philosophy. He speak time. Other members of the ex siona above. He had been ill for president of the Quaker Maid Groc with electric energy.' with rapid pre ecutive board arc; S. M. Sauffly, somq two weeks, but grew much cry Company. In 1917 he became clsion and with a potent power that of the Daily Richmond Register, worse last night and the end came business manager of The Courier 1 refreshingly, vigorous and stirring, Richmond, It. 11. Cozlne, of the News. morning. He was S Journal ami The Louisville Times The Zueblin lecture will be one of Shelbyville, Desha Ilreckinridge, of at 8:30 this years old Jan. 21st., and for G5 years Companies." the big features of the Chautauqua. the Lexington Herald, and R. L. last Sunday had been preaching the The thfrd day will be one of the Klkin. gospel. How many had confessed Williams. most important ofthc entire Chautau hi preaching or how Metropoll A btndioma tblmbla qua week. Tho Sylkov with a their sin under Mr. John Williams, aged 7.1 years, much good he did for his fellow man tan Orchestra, In an exceptional af sack of Ballard Obolltk Flour. during his long service In the Mas- died at his home In this city last Hudson & Farnau. ternoon concert, will present meloter's Vineyard will never be known, Thursday night at nine o'clock, af dious poputar numbers and tuneful ter an Illness of several months of favorites from the best music liter- he can tell the absolute truth for but many who became better men Ilright's disease. The passing of and women under his ministrations ature. A spccisl feature of tho pro- one whole day. From first to last John Williams from our community. gram will be the violin solos of Wa- this rollicking comedy inspires a con carry heavy hearts today because is a sourco of regret to those who the splendid man of Cod is no more. lter Sylkov, leader of the orchestra. stant gale of merriment Moving to Lincoln county from Pu- knew him personally, being a man On the third night, tho Hadpath The Fine Arts Quartet will be the laski some SO year ago, Mr. Hallou possessed of tho highest traits of management will present the famous Attraction of the last afternoon. A character, generous to a fault and Gilbert and Sullivan light opera, delightful musical comedy sketch, mado this county a model citizen for never wa happier than when per "The Mikado," with an exceptional- featuring the life and songs of Old a full half century. He wa born forming some service for a friend. ly strong cast and orchestra. Sure Ireland, given in appropriate cos in Pulaski and for a number of years Many are those who will mourn his fire comedy, mirthful music and clev. tume, will be an important part of had charge of the ferry at Hurnside, leath, yet he leaves a rich inheritance conducting a store and preaching cr lines abound in characteristic Gil the program to be given by this com hundreds of his friends, for - with bert and Sullivan style. Under the pany. The quartet also presents In every Sunday and many times often- whom he had done service so freely George Herbert, ono of special costume n striking arrange- er. He built and wa pastor for and to gratefully. direction of the most successful conductor of ment of the best in Spanish music. several year of Antloch church near When 1 1 years of age he came to light opera in America, the utmost In addition, varied song selections there. Coming to Stanford he was this country from Germany, locating In musicianship and effective staging and readings are rendered with ar pastor of the Christian church here In Lexington for a few months, then during 1870, and then served during Is assured In this production. tistry ami verse, 1870,, '80 and '81. Ho was elder coming to this county where he spent n MUton San ford, the Chester On the last night the management the remainder of his life. Never a expert on vocational guidance, will present one of the leading en- emeritus for a long time, and his more loyal or patriotic citizen ever service was blessed with rich rewill lecture on the fourth afternoon tertainer in the Chautauqua field, lived among our people. on "Failures of the Misfits." The Chsrle R. Tnggart, musician, humor- ward. There was no better known He is survived by four children, or better loved man In this entire tragedy of many live is tho attempt ist and impersonator, known as the Messrs. P. 11. and Richard Williams, line, of work when "fiddling wizard" nnd an unequalled section than was Mr. Ilallou. to succeed In oho Mrs. Will Henderson and Miss Re abilities and Inclinations point (n an story teller. The cleanest, rippling-es- t becca Williams, of this city. The Window direction. Mr, entirely different nnd freshest fun goes Into hi sincere sympathy of the community San ford' lecture I distinctly potent programs, making the last night of Mr. and Mrs. Fred FrUble, have go out to these devoted children in aid In eliminating the square pegs the Chautauqua a fea. recently had placed in the. Presbyter-ta- the lost of a kind affectionate father In round hole. An interesting ture extraordinary. Mr. Taggart' church hero a beautiful window and devoted grandfather. round-tabl- e will follow the lecture. Victor and Edison records testify to in memory of their son, Ben Hudson Mr. William wa a devout mem"Nothing But The Truth," widely, hi popularity. Frisble. The window Is artistic in ber of the local Raptist church and known comedy success, will bo preIn accordance with the long stand- design, leaded Tiffany art glass being a member of the lodge of Odd Felsented by a New York cast on the ing policy of the Redpath manage- used In It construction and is a lows. Funeral service were confourth night. As a novel by Fred- ment a special story hour will bo con- handsome memorial to this splendid ducted at the home last Saturday erick Isham, "Nothing Hut The ducted each morning or afternoon and beloved young man. The win- afternoon by hi former pastor, C. D. Truth" wa read by millions, and for the children. A thoroughly dow has on it the following Inscrip- Strother, assisted by Rev, H. S. Hudlater as a play It ran mere than a trained young woman will direct this tion son of the Presbyterian church. The or Broadway, It Is the work, for which no admission is charg "Blessed are the pure In heart," Odd Fellows conducted the burial s, entsrtammc story of a ed, The stories are sure to prove a In tnemarv of Ban IluiUan PriitiU which were held at the Lancas-ts- r Vi Wr Mtar was wager Uwt d4lht and treat U the yeuHKtr. April, tSsk. 1961 May, 22ud, 1920" mtryt ON VITAL e post-offic- t "BOB" HUGHES It the cause of tion nnd afforded a great deal of The Garment Making Clubs under pleasure to the numerous friends of the direction of the Homo Demonthe family a well as all acquain- stration Agent, Miss Joyce Sylcr, will tances, when it became known here hold exhibits of their work as follat Friday that Major Roy A. lows: Haynes of Hillsboro, Ohio had been Lancaster Clubs, Lancaster High named ns L'. S. Prohibition Commis- School, June 125th., at 2 o'clock. sioner, by President Harding to suc- Through the courtesy of the following ceed Mr. Kramer. business men and firms prizes will The appointment of Major Haynes, be awarded to the girls: is of special Interest to I.nncaster Goodloe nnd Walker Bros., Hasel-de- n anil Garrard county friends, as well Bros., Central Record, Mr. A. as to all Kentuckians, from the fact Joseph, J. E. Dlckerson and the that his wife before her marriage, Brown Store. was Miss Katherine Mason, of this BryanUvillc Exhibits will be held city, daughter of the late W. R. at Mrs. Alfred Swope's, June 17th., Mason nnd Mrs. Mason, one of the The prizes will be at 2 o'clock. mot popular matrons of our town. given by Becker nnd Ballard, Mr. Major Haynes is well known and Noah Marsee and the W. C. T. U. popular here, where he often visits, The Manse Exhibit will be held at and exceedingly popular among the the Manse School on June 21st., at Ohio Republicans. He Is an original d 2 o'clock. The prizes given by Harding man, nnd edits the Hillsboro and Ramsey. Dispatch. Through its columns In Buckeye Club will be held June 1917 Mnjor Haynes announced for 23rd., at School Building at 2 o'clock. Harding for President. In 1020 for The prizes given by Mr. Roy Sanyears having been a close friend of ders and Mr. 0. Simpson. Mr. Hnrdlng and supporter in all pre Buena Vista Exhibit, June 24th., vious campaigns, he was very active at 2 o'clock at School Building. for him In the Chicago convention, Prizes will be given by Mr. Ford Major Haynes is looked upon as a Merchant and Mr. D. McMurtry. dry man, with close affiliation with Mt. Hebron Exhibit will be held I.cngue nnd is an June 28th., 2 o'clock at Mt. Hebron the ardent prohibitionist. He is a na- School. Prizes will be given by Mr. tive son of Hillsboro, Ohio, where Bowling, Mrs. Edd Grow, Mrs. he was born August 31, 1881, 39 Thompson and Mrs. Brumfield. yenrs ago. Puint Lick Exhibit will be held on He is editor of the Hillsboro Dis- June 29th., at Paint Lick School. patch, chairman of the Highland The prizes to be announced later. Cross, ami manager of County Red The Judges will be Miss Helen Gill, the Dry Federation. Major Haynes Lancaster; Miss Irene Piedaluc, Field for three year was head muster of I Agent in Clothing, Lexington; Miss Miami Military Institute at German-tow- I Lulie Logan, District Home Demon Ohio, teaching the depart- stration Agent, Lexington. ment of litcrnture, economics and The public will be interested in athistory and where he earned hit title tending all these exhibits to sec the as Major. splendid work the girls have done the past few months. Led-forAnti-Saloon n, MISS WESTOVER JOSEPH Passes Away At Stanford. I- lilt well-know- Beautiful g n ser-vlet- Judge R. W. Bingham, will speak Friday evening In Danville, at eight o'clock, Instead of two o'clock, as Miss Westovcr, our local Red Cross was previously announced. Public Health Nurse was in LouisThe meeting will be in tho Interville last week attending the State est of the Tobacco Convention of Graduate Nurses. Marketing and many from Garrard Miss Wcstover went to Louisville county will attend. Tuesday In the Red Cross car, taking two Garrard County children with To Farm. her for hospital treatment for tuberGaylc Doty has a Job for the sumculosis of the hip. While in Louisville she called at mer out on the farm of Mr. J. A. the Louisville City Hospital to see Arnold. Gayle Is an energetic young a boy whom the health officer had man and doesn't believe in loafing tent to that institution last Novem through the summer. His example might well be emulated by others of ber. Although he has nearly recovered our young men, rather than to spend from a serious malady, he does not the summer in idleness. wish to return home, but prefers to remuin at the hospital, working In Mrs. the wards. Danville. Dies The convention was of unusual In terest to the nurses In the Red Cross Mrs. Eliza Hill passed away at the service as the guest of honor wa home of her daughter, Mrs. M. H. Mis Clara Noyes, president of the Dudley, in Danville yesterday afterNational Graduate Nurse associa noon. She had been In bad health tion and director of the Red Cross for several months and for a while Nursing Service, was at the hospital in that city. There are thirteen hundred Red She is survived by two children, Cross Nurses doing public health Mrs. Joe Nevius and Mrs. Dudley, of work in this country and four hun- Danville. She was a consecrated dred chapter arc waiting for nurses. member of the Christian church of this city and was dearly beloved by w Good Game many. Burial will take placo today Lancaster Town Team will nlav the in the Lancaster cemetery, the serHustonville baseball team on the vices being conducted by Rev. E. B. Ijincastcr grounds (Fri Bourland. day) afternoon, tho game being Back called promptly at 3:30 o'clock. This promises to be a fast game and Pat Murnhv. one of tho head me a close one. Huttonvillo has it in chanics at the Hasdden Bros. Gar for our boys, for we trimmed them age, had a narrow escape last Friday, on their home ground Inst week by while attempting to null a hcavv a close score. Admission CO cents, loaded truck from a ditch on Lex ladles and children, L'5 cents. Let's ington street with a Ford Tractor. Ko. After the tractor had been securely attached to the truck, Murphy mount Big Company ed hi engino and applied tho gas. The tractor did It best, but the Next truck would not budce. Another start was made, the gas again applied Week. but this time the tractor reared up nnd fell backward, Murphy escaping What promises to be a real treat by a hair's breadth. It was toon to theater going people In this vicinrighted and the driver soon recovered ity, will be the Heffner-Vlnso- n Stock company which will pitch tent on the from the worst scare he nrobablv will ever have. A block and tackle Jack Adams lot on Richmond street next Monday for a week' itay in were rsortcd to and the truck was our city. ThI company of artists removed after traffic had been blockcome highly recommended and from ed for several minutes. clippings we see from papers In cities Rev. C, L. Bohon, P. E., will con-duwhere they have played, the shows the service Sunday morning at are all clean and composed of a com the eleven o'clock hour. The sermon pany of professionals. will be followed by the administra Ladies accompanied with a gentle tion of the Sacrament. The evening man, will be admitted free next Men- - service will be conducted by the pas day night. They are carrying a large tor. Let every member of the advertisement on the back page of church be present a thi It the last tKU Ihu. Read K for ware details. Quarterly Meetisg of the year. Attends The Graduate Nurse Convention. Tobacco Meeting. 4 The Eliza Hill In To-morro- Somersault 1 Dramatic Here All i et tral Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday, June 16, 92 1 1 Have you tried the new 10c package? Dealers now carry both; 10 for 10c, 20 for 20c. It's toasted. luckyA VIstrikeJ m BRYANTSVILLE Milt Zulah Dawes was In Dnnvlllc shopping Saturday. Mr. am! Mr. (Josncy were Sunday-gues- t of Mr. and Mrs. Joe fiosney. Mr. and Mrs. M. O. Kennedy ipent Thursday with Mm. Arthur Tuttle, of Goe. S. Conant and Mr. Richard Con- MAKE DOUGHNUT ant, Rev. Boutin, of Wilmore and Rev. Bohon, of Danville. The series of meetings begun Sun LIGHT AND RICH day evening at the M. E. church, con ducted by Rev. A. P. Jones, of Wil more, assisted by Rev. Geo. S. Cen Results of Scries of Experiments ant and Prof. Boutin also of Wil Made by Department of Agrl cordially In' Everyone more. vited to attend. iculture Specialists. Rev. and Mrs. B. A. Dawes, Mr and Mrs. O. M. Moreland and Master James Ileurbon Moreland, Misses THINGS TO DO TO AVOID FAT Amy and Zlllah Dawes and Mr. B. A. Dawes attended the reception Satur day given by Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Do Net Bt Too Lavish In Us of Butttr, Sugar and Egg Ttstlng Hutrhcraft, at their home in Paris, Temperature With Thtrmom. honoring Mr. and Mrs. Collivar C. Dawes. GUY. Davldsin is visitmp Mrs. Catrle relatives in Richmond. Mr Harry I), nice spent Sunday with Lexlngten friend. Mr. A. N. Merlda left FrMay for n visit with Knox relatives. Mr. and Mrs. V. V. llurtem and children, of I.e.xlngten, spent Sunday sister, Mrs. Ed with the latter' Kurtz. Mr. ItcrthtHl Daily and children ami mother, Mm. I.ula Daily, spent Sunday with Mrs. YUL Kurtz. Mr. and Mrs. Jaiper Dally nnd family spent Saturday ami Sunday with friends at Danville. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Foley and Mrs. Iloagland Fletcher of Hradskaw Mill, visited Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Foley Sun day. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Walker were recent visitors of Mr. nnd Mrs. Uoy l'rather of McCreary. Mr. Tom Ward was a uest at a six o'clock dinner Saturday of Mr. and Mrs. W. (5. Clark. Mr. nnd Mrs. Mack Turner and two children spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. N'oah Marsce. Misses I.ury nnd Nolle Turner, vis. itel Sunday Misses Anna Mae, Lilian and (tlndys Kldd. Misses Mallndn Kllen Ireten and (Jrace Kates, of I.oyd were Thursday visitors of MU I.oe Anna Osbern. Mr. Mllo Simpson and children, Lucille and Annn Kvaree, of Imean-te- r spent Monday with Mr. and Mrv Olliv Grahnm. .Mrs. W. T. Sutton, who has been visiting; Madison relatives the past week returned home Monday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. William Walker, Mis Anna Hello Crutchtleid and Mr. Sid Aldridge spent n delightful day Sun-tin- y at High llridge. Mr. and Mrs. William Harno entertained Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Henry Tuttle, Mr. and Mrs. John Osborn and Mrs. A. N. Merlda. What shall I get for Dinner ll I solve em tliflcriinl question li which eery housewife must tiny tttr Is Excellent Plan. But what wc wish to tell you is that we pay thcjhltfhest market price for all kinds of produce andlwcsell spring chickens as cheap as any other meat you buy. How about three bk- m,(. Edwards. A wry soft dough aborb more fat the sunshine that nature withholds. than a Mlffrr mlxttirf, wa another Kcv. Holder of Bcrea spent the Yrs, there will come a time when fact fouiul thniugh lhee experiment. Gul- week-en- d with Mr. and Mrs. Jess 'lying Is safe for many people. Gab- - Too much Hour. however, miikes a ley. doughnut that i not so light ami fluffy pel will furnish the wings. Ballard Is spending Miss Maymc Is de.irable. The aildltlon nf hot in Lexseveral days with relatives rlce-ji t J 'ti the mixture1 nmlies-labje-4nfud n Danville. Mm. Martin Urogll spent several Many movie actors are said to be days lait week with relatives In Starving In California, but we never tec It reproduced on the screen. Mit Hervey, of Nicholasvillc, Is It is a gooil idea to amlle sweetly the attractive guest of Miss Allle Mae tn a cloudy day. You thus supply y. Announcement of the marriage of Mr. Collivar Dawes and Miss Mary Hutchcraft, of Paris, will be read with much Interest by the many friends of the couple. The ceremony was preformed by Rev. II. A. Dawes, father of the groom at the home of the bride's parents, in Paris. It was n quiet wedding, only the members of the two families and a few invited friends being prc.M-nt- . The bride Is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Hutchcraft. while the groom Is the son of Dr. and Mrs. B. A. Dawes and has for the past several months been at the First National Bank, in Pari. Following the ceremony the young couple left for a short bridal trip. book-keep- 1'nlted Matt Depart men! ( Agriculture.) If you nre fond of doughnuts, but find tliw you make at home become soaked with fat while-frjlnthe fob lowing suggestion may In of help. They are the result of n Ion; series of experiments In the absorption ot fat by fried battera and dough curried on In the exjxrlroental kitchen ot the United States Department of Agri- (Prepared by lh for dinner7 Just Phone. Harroiftn STANFORD ST., Ice & Produce Mgr. LANCASTER, KY. COMPANY. H. L. HAGAN, culture. Utile you wish your doughnut to be excessively rich, do not be too lavish with butter, sugar, and egg. The following reel) makes doughnuts which, If properly fried, are not so exceMlvely rich as to be a menace to digestion. Plain Doughnuts. I eurful aucar. Ins rowj.r (level I tablerpoonful tut- - measurement) 1 tMtrwnnful salt, trr I tea.twonful clnna- t 1 cupful milk. man A rich dough always absorb more fat In frying than a plainer mixture. Phoncus we wnntjfyour business. tf. l' rueful. noHr. lrvmrul nut-- 4 Car of Prior. Apptsrtd In Church in Calico. n flen give the Once ever) In 1673, as a protest agitit exa thorough washing In alcohol. travagance In drvs. the uotwn memi and tiour aco-lbers of the First ItaplUt rlmrch of Tfce off the moiitlpl-through the little holes Into a sau- -' IIp'Be Nashville, Tenn, agrvrd t Sunday, ami to cer. Wash the receiver with a cloth vlth all finery aplear at church In ntaln calico ftrt with alcohol. Ilo not wp tbot.art drr. Iiiit let tie alrnhnl rraitdresses. Alcohol I one nf tlie mot orate. antlietlc kixtwru ele-phc' nl Thrifty Dam. ington. lion. II. Clay KaulTman, of Lancaster, was the guest of friends here Friday evening. Mrs. John A. Bryant and Mrs. W. B. Cunningham were in Danville Tuesday shopping. Ko-K- o in Coming Redpath "Mikado" MUs Amy Dawes is at home, after nttending school at Georgetown College, Georgetown, Ky. Mr. and Mrs. K. H. Klder, of Nichow,lth Mr. lasvillc, spent the week-enand Mrs. J. Hogan Ballard. MIs Thclma Woods has returned home from Asbury College, Wilmore, where she has been attending school. Mr. and Mrs. Robt. Hutchison and d 1 A l- -J Otoe belonged to a club of IndlrJ Mho served Mp-- r one night a month and earh member a to? furtrfsh seine-thin-g. It hhb the custom fur inch to take home the nMalHler of what they contributed (If there ever was tny left) The wihimh I have In mind si way brought butter which she had frozen In round tall. It was therefore nrvt to ImpnsMble to take tiM) bard to cut ny butter, for It Mr. and Mr. Marcus White and and simply rolled all over the talde. so three little daughters, Margaret, he alwnj returned with all her butter. Kxchuuge. Ituth and Sallie t.ou were visitors reMrs. Mlley Hoz-lecently of Mr. and 1 y. O ' igtr in Too Clou Shay. h the statement of a pht4riM. shaving the 'lability of the Individual to neMralcta and otlwr nervous troushaving of bles of the and tU .the upwr Hp earh day often lias Ibero rrtxlltnl wltti weakening the Bene that arTort the eie. causing acutii ryr troulii tltat 4lpareAl in hen the iuuiMji lie who 4rmltted to According .New Vrk I f.v ! irew. BBBBBsV' - I children of Danville, were guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. M. O. Kennedy. Dr. and Mrs. B. C. Rose accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Ross Bastin to Frankfort Monday, where they were guests of Mr. and Mrs, Henly Bastin. Mr. and Mrs. John J. Hogan and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Currcns and little son, of Springfield, were the guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. M. O. Kennedy. Mr. and Mrs. B. II. Mrs. Nan Mullins and Miss Mary Belle Halcomb, were the guc,, Sunday afternoon of Mr. and Mrs. Hayden Leave), of Lancaster. Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Swope entertained the following to dinner Sunday: Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Becker, Rev. QEORQE HERBERT George Herbert.Tormer conductor of the San Carlo nnd (lalhi English opera companies, will direct thu production of The Mikado" at the coming Hi Wirt Plunger That Will Kcp Doughnuts Undtr Fat Enablts You to Fry Doughnuts In Half th Tim and th Result I Mr. and Mrs. Milton Ward and Mrs. C. It. Henry had for their guests Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Ollie Graham and baby, Mrs. James Vantss and two sons. Bttr. isoGi my !!! i (f S Binder Twine 1 8 ill I Better Phone us tight now so we can save yours for you and of course you save the difference. doughnut that Is light and fluffy, but at tlm same times do- - not absorb mado by thU much fat. Doughnut ltedpath Chautauqua. recliM are delicious when freh, hut Mr. Herbert Is preeminent among also keep well. the light opera conductors of today. Potato Doughnuts. With Mr. Herbert directing Tin 1H cupful, of sugar 4 t b I r spoonfuls Mikado," and himself playing the roll I tableepoonfula but- - baklnc powder 1 teaspoonful salt. of this Gilbert and Sulllvac 1 tcr 1 teaipoonful (In- esse. masterpiece Is assured a thoroughly areurful hoi rlceJ union. pottoi. tistic and delightful production. 4 teaipoonful nut- cupful milk. ! mil, Hi cupful, riour. Fry your doughtiut no longer than In fat Krvlng doughnut necessary. that la not hot enough, or rolling and cutting them so that they are too thick to cook through In a short time, or failure on the part of thu cook to Judge when they ure done, or any other cause that keep them In the fat too long, tends to make them greasy. Testing the temperature of the fat with o thermometer Is the he; method In frying doughnuts. Oilier rneth'Al. though sometimes succes.ful, are uncertain. A tcmtierature of 185 degree Ontrlgrade, or IflS degrees Fahrenheit, has found satisfactory. Doughnuts rolled uliout ! Inch thick can usually he frlel In 3 minutes at thl temperature If they ure turned to make them brown evenly; or they may he fried In minutes If forced under th surface of the fat during fr)lng. Frying With a Baskat. It was found that the use. of some devlrt' to fonts thu doughnuts under the surfacu of the fut was the mokt satisfactory methiHl of frying. An ordinary wire frying basket, with u ball Ko-K- I Mises I.ec Anna Osborn, Daysie Osborn, Daysie Kunclls nnd Fannie Menda were attractive guest SunMollfe and Kthel day of Mine llarnci. Mr. and Mrs. Coleman Culley and sons, Horace and Shelton and Mrs. and W J, Romans, of James Yantis, F.iq. visited Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Yantis Sunday. Mr. nnd Mrs. II. H. Ward and children, Mrs. Milford I.edford and little daughter, Allene, of Madiion, spent Saturday with Mr. nnd Mrs. Milton Ward nnd Mrs. C. It. Henry. Mr. nnd Mrs. I.ec Tendleton and children of Iiuckeye, Mr. and Mrs. John l'rather, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred I'oyntcr and children, Donald, Gladys and Calvin, were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Lane. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Ynter, MIsms Carrie, Maud and Ileulah Yater, Mr. and Mrs. IMd linker and family, Messrs. J. II. Jennings nnd Charlie Jennings and Yater, Masters James Yater motorod to Stanford Sunday and attended the 70th. birth day anniversary of Mrs. Yater' mother, Mrs. l'atlcnce l'rlchett. All present spent such an ideal day that it will linger long In their memories. I.e-sll- e what Juu say when laying a bill? Or do you simply "go through jour Hcket" in an Ulort to scare up the necenar, amount? The man who taves and banks his savings with us never has to dig dawn into every pocket in order to pay a Wtl. 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 us? It's a mighty good habit. Why not start It without further delay? tt-- MERE It ISJ'OUR CHECK THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. S. C. DENNY, Cashier. Capffal $50,000. Honor Roll Dank Surplus $50,000. Antltnt vs. Modern, Is vouched for as true, A Sunday School teacher asked a s, m nil girl the other day why Ananias wa so severely punished. The llttlo one thought n iirtnute. then answered: "Please, teacher, they weren't so used tu l)lng In thoo days," Ixmdon Lying lids story Boring a Hoi In A hole Qlas. ran be.cut In glass atlfe-totll- Morning Tost. with H file, provided the edges have Wm roundetl. The gla can be prevented from breaking during thl process by mixing ono part camphor. nc part ether and one part turpefltlni nnd applying the mixture to the place where the hole I bored. g lcn first. Valuabl "Burro." America's Gift to th World. Undoubteilly the as wa dororstt-cateThe cocoa bran Is one of America' long Loforo the horse. Ttio lat- ;glft to the worbl The world' con ter probably was natlvo tn a humid sumption or chocolate) I Increasing country, but the as ha u small hard constantly, and the plantation ot hoof adapted to tlio dry desert. It tropical America are helntr enlarged can gel a iliMeuce from nothing to supply thu demand. Tho tree wa more detaining than creosote brush. cultivated In Mexico and Peru cenGenius Is the master of simplicity! It can eat untitling Unit a man can eat. turies before the nrrlvul of Columbus, but a genius Is not necessarily simple, The dotneillrnliil nM'H of our own Chocolate wa first made In th Wet, which lire- - cnlled burros," will fulled Slate In 17& and ha been Do your own thinking. The other tirowso on l'uvn rinds and other rem- used constantly ever shire, with th fellow is liatle to think for himself nants of niii p provender demand constantly Increasing. d Don't crack Joke at the young man Just out of college. He may less tian you. Some people enjoy throwing money to the birds, but It is generally the buzzards who get the benefit of It. iBXUbiimjtmQyi TO EFFECTIVELY ADVERTISE FARM SALES Use the Paper that covers Central and slightly smuller In diameter than th frying kettle, cun be used. When the doughnut first rie to the surface ot the fat, lower thu empty basket over them under the surf ace of the fut. Doughnut fried by thl method fat, brown evenly, and abkortt Itare much let apt to crack than when turned In frjlng. The basket cun be ucd for draining the doughnut ufler they are reinoveil from the fut. - and Eastern Kentucky Like a Blanket. , THE LEXINGTON HERALD (Incorporated) For rates nnd further information write hrmor-Ihoids, Becker & Ballard BRYANTSVILLE, KENTUCKY. Wlv;3S-;.;saHsW4a- ' oily or shiny, bathe It nightly with Ixirnx wuter or wash of soup. After with conitueal Instt-Ha few minute rlre powder or starch should lx Bplliil. If your nose In PILES! If you sr a sufferer lth pit., blind or bleeding. ou will tel relief itomtha (lalvs)applkaiUia of UbI artl fur piles and C.tula. refby lect soothing; due out smut. OoubU Purpos of Sslsds. .Salads M rve ti double purx)e. Tl ey are tempting to the app'tllu and they No dinner, however aid digestion. goxl, U roiuplete without a salad. J. LEXINGTON ! L. NAYLOR, Adv. Manager. LEXINGTON, KY. r.i. HERALD, t r. tm, ttt KtueKWir, ruutt, if. Th Central Record. Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, June 16 92 1 1 . More than SOO veteran were lockHarley acreage in Kentucky thl ed up In nn office before the chief year Is about 10 perc ent more than explained hlmielf. in IPSO, due chiefly to decreased "For Sale My hotly ami tout for Citlsns of Itolilnson, III., are rally- hurley tobacco acreage. Most of the chance to work. I was wounded ing a to the support of the American barley in Kentucky Is grown in the In France." Legion pot there which li nrilravor-In- g central Illue (irast counties. ConIn a local news-papThe advertisement to rescue n deserted cemetery dition of barley it 04 per rent of drought the population of near the city. The Legion men normal, Indicating a production of Plant Contains Large Quantities Louisville, Ky.. fact' to fare with the found that three soldier of the War about 127,000 bushels compared to of Mineral Salts So Essenplight of disabled nml unemployed of 1812 were burled in the abandon- 112,000 bushels last year. veteran. The soldier, Fred 0. Haln. ed plot. Marker will be placed over tial in Diet. Farmers in many counties report er, of Birmingham, Ala., twice the grave of the vet their meadow are late and very wounded while serving; with the Rain- eran and the cemetery reclalmd weedy, and nuch of the young clover bow Division wm takrn In charge by ... 11 ,1 i.l n iiuvf freeze. GIVE ATTENTION TO VARIETY iuiii bin- - ...ii urruuniiiiiK H was damaged by the lAte ht comrade In Louisville posts of far mnny year. iir Condition of clover it 81 per cent, the American Legion. He wan forKow of white wooden crosses, re- with the acreage about 3 per cent merly a ilvuty heri(T In Birmingplicas of thoie which mark the toil more than in 1020, due chiefly to de- ftaltct Rlchsst Portion of Oardsn and ham. Work Into 'Soli at Much Rotttd of France where American aoldler creased tobacco acreage. Alfalfa Manuro is Can Bo Bpirtd The American Legion will assist in Icep, uicd in Madlspn, Vi., to condition is 80 per cent. The acrePrsvsnt Work of Cutworm. obtaining recruit for the Cltlirn'i a Chinese relief drive, were age Is about 4. perc ent more than Military Campi, to be operated thin removed upon the representation of 1020. Pasture In most sections aver(Prtpsr.! tir th Untttd Sut.i D.psrt-mssummer by the war Department, ac- the local American Legion pott. age fair. Plowing, corn planting of Atrleulturs.) cording to a resolution adopted by The Legion member demonstrated and tobacco setting still being done. Most jwiple have a fondness of rab- the Military Policy Committee of the their sympathy for the starving Chin- Apple prospects are very poor in l)Bg, serrwl in one way or another, men' organization. being as It contains targe quantities of the by subscribing to a fund, but they most sections, the average , Creation of entlment to cauie the remonstrated against cheapening the about 18 per cent of a crop. Peach- mineral silts so essential In the diet. es and pears are about 8 per cent of Karlr cnlibace Is iwpeclatljr deslBftble. holding of the annual motor speed-- ; entlment attached to a It a crop. Truck crop nre growing when furnishes grwn food at a time way rare on July 4th, Instead of graves. It I neetleil. well now, but melon were" severely Day ha been started b' Memorial In etvlne supeestlons on erowInK checked by cold weather late in May. l cahhiKe. fanlen ntla!lst of the Illackberrie promise a good crop In States Drimrtnfcut of Asrtcolturv moat part) of the state. tlonal automobile elastic was staged say the proper variety must txi plant Tobacco; the first report will be til. Konie klmls nnulro a longer tH on May 30. .More than I.IU.OUU per mado early in July. rlod for their growth thin othept. Jer aoni from all part of the United Kentucky' wheat crop now prom ,sejr U'akeileld and Charleston Wake States attended the rare on a day, iim 7i07.000 bushels compared to Held are most universally planteil for which the legion set forth, should a prospect May 1, 1921, for 7,851,-00- 0 the early crop. Jersey Wakefield bebe observed in n reverent and debushels, according to the June ing conlderel earliest of all. The vacorous manner. riety known as All Seasons ha a crol) report issued recently- - liv the Seventeen posts of the American .it u Hurcau of Cron KstlmMe. in round, flattemil head and Is n good Legion and thlrty-lhre- c units of It It is seldom practicable to hold Intermediate sort. Copenhagen Mar with State Commission- -' early omen Auxiliary were enartereu ,.r of Agriculture, W. C. Ilanna. The tubers from the first crop of pota- ket l a large, rery murli In during the week ended June n.,con,ltlon l)f lhr s,ntc-- , frop lirp, toes for seed and for this reason the cabbage that Is gardeners. Late favor I'tat Legion national headquarters has an ped from y.1 er cent May 1 to 87 teed crop is usually planted from the among market Dutch and PnnlMi Itallhcad are connouncMl. Ijtst enr the condi- middle to the latter part of July, ac sidered the leading late varieties. on June 1st. Learning that blood transfusion tion June 1 was US per cent and the cording to Circular No. 100 which Start Plants Indoors. was necessary to save the life of final yield turned out . 010,000 has Just rome'otT the pres. at the Plants must lie started indoors, Ir Welton A. Crawford, veteran of the bushels, while the average, College of Agriculture and which i a hotbed, or be shipped from sotne World War, struck and seriously lllt-l- l inclusive, wn 1, 878.000 intended to be a guide for junior Kilnt farther .South where the season wounded by a street car in Jackson, buhelt, which included the increased griculturat club members who are Is advanced. If extra early cabbage Is growing spuds as their club pro to he grown. Oiw or two cigar boxes Mist., the local pott of the American war acreage. Legion asked far volunteers from It OaU are doing fairly well in most) ;ect. Full details concerning soil filled with fine soil and placvd In a membership. Within a few hour counties "on a good acreage. Thei preparation, planting, cultivation south window will form a luvdbed twelve Legionnaires had responded condition and harvesting and other point arc for starting 100 to '.l cabbago plants. 84 per cent of normal seedlings must and the transfusion, was completed. and the acreage about 310,800, indi-- i contained in the publication which The little larger boxen or In ntransplanted to cold to The veteran will recover. eating a production of about 7,860,-- may be obtained free by writing the frame when they begin to crowd each Lxperiment Station, Lexington. t Police 000 bushels, compared to H.'.'ZS.OOO; Cabbagn "Your I'retrnc If other In tlm seed boxes. plant are quite hardy, and along the bushels produced last year from 3R0,-- , Headquarters." South Atlantic roat are grown In the t Former soldiers of Tampa, Ha., 000 acre which showed a condition open by the acre. W-'f 90 1"T fint Ju"' OLD LEAKY ROOFS who received this notice signed by riant early cabbage In the richest tn I mtMsimI mc Ink tro"l with Itye condition 01 per cent the chetf of police test no time in part of the garden, having previously With about 38,000 acres in1 reporting. The chief, an enthutlat-- j normal. worked Into tlu Ml all the rotted maROOF COATING tic member oft he local post of the the State to be harvested for grain' nure that ran m spared and then add, , . .. . 1. . . . ... I i ...... . .. . . . 1 I .. Mtnufrturrt l ed high grnde commercial fertilizer at American i.egion. empiuycu inn un- - "r inuirain ihuuuciiuii ui uuuui e the rntf of ten pounds to every 100 uiual method to impress upon the ex- - 48 1,000 bushels, cempireil to INTERNATIONAL COATINGS CO. men the ncds of thir posts. '000 bushels produced last year. 4I.3m4SI. UUW.Kr. American Legion News SUGGESTIONS ON RAISING CABBAGE Painting good work. n Expert House Painting at rate coniiitant with Barn painted. Automobiles I Buggies Painted by former FinUh Inspector of Cadillac Motor Car Company, Detroit. Your car, upon com pletion, is guaranteed to be in the same condition as when turned out by the factory. Buggies painted by the same process. Seven coats and a polish. Get our price, first. le ee thclr-buddl- es' ZlX"'TJJKy 1 Crop Report For JuflC 1921. Unl-tet- Thompson Bros. --. MARKSBURY, KENTUCKY. Telephone Bryanasvillc Exchange. Clethti Baskst. clothes basket Is convenient for keeping white and colored clothes sepr.ruto. Convsnltnt t New Circular Outlines Potato Growing Points A two-par- round-heade- Out for It Now. A crreiKiiMli'nt write to a morning to say that he has never I'ereMry Magnxlne. They consume and y quantities of young green corn exjerlenced nn earthquake shock. An " Incoli e tax collector has noted his -- lid melons. tame and adilri'. Punch London. How Arttslan Wells Qot Nimt. Artesian ueU. lake their nam from the Ijttln for Artols, a province In northern I'ntnco whero this system of boring fur water was Arti-slu- Fare ct Woodchucks. Unoilrhuixs sit on their haunches a I nit with their fore feet. Farmer fM- - n good right to le their enemies, a not only do they ent quantities of l".i-r- , but tramp It down bcfcldeic to i.u little extent, says the American J Farmers Losing Millions in Scrub Live Stock Attend and take part in -- , Crst prarUifd Jlrd 1 O- of ! SUPERLASTIC 1 480,-rvW- are stored In your attic or u.iny In some dark corner. You'll be surprised to find how many there are ibnt you have no more ue for. Take them to a second-hanbonk dealer and dispose of them. It's an easy wwy to get the money for the new lM..iks you have wanted but didn't hare the necessary coney to bi Go Sell Your Old Bw.'ks. over the old book that Farmers Better Sire Sales Bourbon Stock Yards Louisville, Ky. J I June 2nd vim k K Goodrich Tire Prices teducedO cent The last word in Quality The best word in Price Oood Quotation. must be a wise reader to quote wisely and well. And then what rarrice I rendervd ht reader by advertising him whero the good thlogs are, beside the modesty of the practice. An author should esteem himself honored tn his wisely quoted sentences; hi fame 1 published th more widely 0 the volume circulates and Is read. A. Itroninn Alcott One 200 pure bred regtitcred bulls will be sold at auction. Tho sale is held strictly to improve the quality of live Bidstock in Kentucky. ding limited to farmers. You make your ewn price. Movement becked by U. S. Government. University of Kentucky, College of Agriculture, Governor of Kentucky", Kentucky Pure Bred Live Stock Association and Louisville LiCe Stock Exchange. par. Write today for full C 1 jLLaB iLLLV Hi Ml L.IbH nivrajowx cobs IIX kdrtrT4 I TUBE I i 5 ' lR IB lltl! ffK If I if 11111 43.1Q 32"K '47.30 Ho $450 Hj65 '48.4Q IB Goodrich 30x31 Eflfff Fabric Tires u30'itVm sfal33-4j37.15 antiikid mftty Irtaif fabric lire 1 Hf mOtS Goodrich ZOx3hjive Ttoinb of 'Excellence 1. One quality The natne of Goodrich on a tire means one quality only. Like all other Goodrich tires this 30x31 is one quality. This stand, ard is a fixed principle, and that quality must be the best our resources, skill and experience can produce. THB U. F. 2. Sxtra size 3. Specially designed 4. ofnti-skid allowed, and sometimes they become LOUISVILLE, KY. feet of row. The. fertilizer should be so "copjou." a practically to amount o a complete address. If the member well ralxeil with the top I Inches of soil over a spncu the full width of the who attempts to read a speecfi I "young," that I. I new to the houso, row, which ts generally 8 feet. But How About the Othsr CapT and especially If he Is making tils Do not plant cabbage on land whero Surgeon have discovered that If a first effort, the hou Is usunlly IndulIt was grown last year, especially It gent, permitting on, pro- part of a nerto be destroyed, so that him to uny of tho head were dUeased or j vided ho somewhat comvitl the fact a gap Is left, the gap ran be tilled by showed any klnl of trouble. It I at-- , a piece of uerve taken from some other he Is reading by keeping ht ways a good plan to rotate crops, even that part of tho body and the function of mid not making Cabbago' manuscript oti hi dcik In tlm small home garden. a display of It. Such of the the nerve thereby be restored. A gap la subject to setenil diseases, hut for- rule Is winked at. The rule, however. of more than three Inches has been tunately these do not do much harm Is no read spvechux titled In thU way. tn small gardens. Insect, however, play havoc with the crop from the time It I planted. Cutworm are generally waiting In tho soil during early e spring to cut off tho stem of the plants Just at tho surface of the ground. Protsct Plant From Cutworms. The best remedy, or rafter preventive, I to pleco band or tula's of stiff paper around the stem of the plant n they arc being set In tho garden. Thin cardboard makes Ideal plant protectors. Hy cutting tbe cardboard into strip nbout 3 Indie wide, eectlon CAR THE enn lo cut oil and rolled around a to fonu a tube, Tho prolead The simplicity of the Ford car, its stability tectors should extend an Inch below in construction, the famous heat treated the surfacu and at least 'J Inches Vanadium steel with its man-clou- s strength above. After tho stems of tho cabnnd flexibility the low cost of operation and pi tits have become toughened bage maintenance, tts case in operation, all have and begin to grow rapidly tho promade the Ford car the great favorite in every tector ran be taken ott. land in the world. It's the one car that always Cabbage worms, the egg for which satisfies and serves. A utility beyond question aro laid by the hutterflle that all can afford. Yc will be pleased to have that nre often seen llylif.-- about the cabbage plants, do great amount of your order. Don't delay because the demand damage. Dusting, the follago mid the is heavy all the time. Wc have almost everylime, to which head with thing in motor car accessories, sell the n lltttu purls grvcu ha been added, genuine Ford Parts, and assure the best in them with arsenate of or ipraytng mechanical rcpair'work. lead, 0110 iiimcii to a gallon of water, I are both effective. There no danger a tho head grow from tho Inside ami tho outer leaves, to which I he poison I applied, are all removed. not Interested in any car except Ford hrt-utrnli-hag- Solid Head of Cabbag- - Must Not Read bptech. The rulo In the llrltlsh houso of common I that pches cunnot b read. However, "copious note" are Louisville Live 1 uluuii aim r cc iuai 1k showing increase in profit from pure breds. Address W. S. BELL, President 1 1 Stock Exchange UNIVERSAL 11 light-yello- 11 d , Hasclden Bros Garage. PASTURE LAND ON HILLSIDES If Properly Taksn Care Of 8Up In. dins Can Be Made to Rstum Oood Orasa Yields. Many ot our pasture land are s hilly that they cannot be used for cropping but If protxvrly taken care of they can be made to profitable gnu return substwitlaU yields. 5. Fair price GOODRICH RUBBER COMPANY oAkrvn, Ohio pun"', The Central Record, Lancaster Ky. Thursday, June 16, 1921. Old Holzapfel't Jar of Peaches Br HAZEL SMITH. IB, BROTHERS People ml J Hint old ltojrers was a rotter, but Hint MnU'iiirnt wns Incorrect. Itocer. hud been n miser. He fend mtiiiI itil lionrded during thirty enr of labor, so Hint now, HioukIi l.e win Irely Hfly years of age, lie had retired HNtluil older, lint Hop-rHint' inontln beforv, thank to some wisely made InvivtmotttH. ami now, with fifteen thousand dollars ut Id illKjHfal, lie was Mill IIvIiir on In lit side lint on the little ef New Ymk, and trjlns to streMi lilt cramped lmnpltMtUn ami plan hi, life anew. Ultterly he regretted Hint he nn thl bneheJer without h friend or wife, swethwrt or child. Nepers hod (tone to the dellcnlcwii More of hi acquaintance, Holznj'fvl, to huy somelhlm: for supjtr, He wn supper upon a tiny rooked hi mere In Ms nartnient. -I think," he snld lifter he had mnde his iurclKi!e, 'that I'll tuke some pretwo-roa- wiir .NMr VsM 1 11 LL 11 LJlD KENTUCKY lt mi 15 DAYS SALE i ferred fruit." "Why, Hotter, you're becoming a spendthrift, n regular sindthrlft," ltojers patronized the old (Jermnu from Ion;: hnMt. got Mine preserved "Well, lncheV said the old fellow. "Hut tliey wam't iut up yetcnlay, Iloger. 111 let you have thtin for n dime. nnd they're worth They're If they wns freslu" twenty-flItogers took the loaches nnd walked "Cut of the More. The peaches were had. Nut that fact had nothing to dp with the rahC. Kcr Inside Hie Jar was a little folded square of oiled pa(er. And lu thl was n folded piece of paper on which was written: "Lucy Morrcll, Kgan, N. V." Tliat rotuenfnted old Itogers for the loss of the peaches. It wast oue of those little harmless prank plaed hy couutry girl who put their names Into bottles of fruit preserred hy them and declined to go long dlitances nnd fall Into strangers' hand. Often they had led to correspondence and tome-time- s to romance. Old Nogers rucked his brain. He could not remember anyone In L'gsn named Morrell. Nut that evening the loneliness of his Cat oppressed his spirit; and the very word Kgan, written out on the paper, made hlra homesick for tile little town. In the end ho sat down nnd said Hnlznpfel Jestingly. Begins Thursday, June Terms Cash. 1 6 and Continues to Saturday, July 2 I'e Nothing Charged or Laid Away During This Sale 2nd Floor Department f hoine-grow- u Nothing Reserved. wholesale cost during this sale. Everything Reduced ....95c $1.95 $3.95 Women's nnd Misses' Suits, Coats, Wraps, Dresses, Skirts, Waists Millinery, Trimmed and Pattern Hats, Sweaters, Etc., for less than 50 doz. white Voile and Organdie Waists, reduced to $3.50 Voile and Organdie Waists, reduced to Up to $8.50 hand made Waists reduced to Womens and Misses Suits $10.00 One lot of 35 mil wool jersey sport suits nnd silk tricolette suts. $10.00 that sold up to $35.00. To colse out These suits arc suitable for present nnd early fall wear. Former $39.50 all wool serge andtricotine suits reduced to. $18.50 These suits are suitable for now and early fall wear. Up to $9.50 Silk Waists Reduced to $4.75 Our entire stock of more than 100 new Georgette nnd Crepe de Chine Wnists that sold up to $9.50, reduced during this sale $4.75 50 all hand-madand hand embroidered Bozart Waists, that sold up to $8.50, reduced for this sale to $3.95 e $59.50 Suits Reduced to $25.00 More than 50 of this season's fine wool tricotine coat suits in Womens and Misses sizes, suitable for present and early fall wear $25.00 that sold up to $59.50 during this sale for wrote: "Lucy Morrcll: In the peaches." Days passed; old Nogers resumed He had not the tenor of his life. found the courage to break loose Nut about from his surroundings. a week later the postman left a letter In his box. It was the flrtt he had received for months, except bank notices and bills. It was addressed to him in a delicate, feminine writing, and inside he read: "Dear Kricud: "1 got your letter. 1 Fine silk fibre sweaters, reduced to $4.00 Crepe Kimonas, reduced to 25 doz. plain and fancy figured nnd flowered for $4.00, reduced to $1.95 during this sale. $6.50 taffeta, satin nnd Jersey peticoats, now $8.75 and $11.50 $1.95 kimonas, that sold found your note Finest suits in the house reduced to These suits sold up to $95.00. .$35.00 Our entire stock of Coats and Wraps reduced to $6.75, $10, $15.00, $25.00 and $35.00. These sold at from $15.00 to $95. $3.75 .. $10.00 fine silk jersey, satin, taffctn petticoats reduced to .'$5.95 - TiiflfVaT'thc bCRbnTnsTof a correspondence, and It brought n new happiness into old Itoge.s' heart. He had Diked T r her photograph, but she had not teut It, nor ulluded to the matter again. She wrote less often. Nut one day came n despairing note In which she confessed something perilously like And then old Nogers knew love. that he had no alternathe. 80 he wrote back, a wild letter such as h would not have been copuble of a year lefore, In which he told her. Then a week pasted, and then hei answer came, nnd It said simply: "Come up to Kgan. The third houn LUCY." from the depot. On thHfjiiyi,,J afternoon old Nogcrt '""i. Thet drew hlj money fro. Silk Dresses $10.00 One lot of about 40 taffeta, satin, and Jersey Minuette that sold up to $25.00. Reduced to Up to $35.00 Fine Silk Dresses Closing out for Dresses . $10.00 $15.00 Finest Flor De Soi nnd silk jersey petticoats that sold up to $15.00 reduced to $7.50 50 doz. boys wash suits, sizes 3 to 8 in Oliver twist belted and Norfolk styles reduced to $1.25, $1.48, $1.95 and $2.95. 25 doz. girls white and colored middy blouses reduced to. Our Finest Silk Dresses, fiat sold up to $69.50, reduced to $19.50 $25.00 and $35.00. Entire stock of summer Dresses, Organdies, Voiles, Swisses, Etc, reduced for this Sale. $3.50 White Wash Skirts, reduced to Up to $5.00 White Wash Skirts reduced to Up to $6.50 fine white Gaberdine Skirts, reduced to. . 95c, $1.50 and $1.98 Entire stock of millinery nnd trimmed than half during this sale. hats reduced to less He reached the little place nt tivi cn nn autumn afternoon. It had not changed as he had expected. utftot uni "tie" descended" walked slowly toward the cottage. S he passed through the latched gatf and kpocked at the door. A pleasaut, lady of about fort) years opened to him. "I am Jamta Nogers," said the vis Itor simply. "I have come to sec youi daughter." He suld the last word will a tone of Interruption. Yet he fell sure that this wus Lucy's mother This was Just such a mother as In would have exiiected Lucy to have. And yet It was strange that fche had never mentioned her In her letters. "1 am Lucy Morrell," she said, trembling. Old Nogers looked ut her Incredu lously, and then took her In his arim street forever :ft!rliirirkset utioB .."I'rteentl forth for l.gan and Tllhe . $1.95 $2.95 $3.75 Finest quality Imported white Gaberdine and tricotine wash Skirts reduced to $4.95, $5.95, $7.50 and $9.50. These skirts sold up to $18.00. Entire stock oisivie wool plaids and silk, sport skirts greatly reduced for this sale. Up to $5.00 hats reduced to $1.95 table of more that 50 womens and misses trimmed and tail$1.95 ored hats that sold up to $5.00 reduced to Up to $6.50 tailored nnd trimmed hats reduced to .. $2.98 1 . . Up to $10.00 hats reduced to Up to $12.50 hats reduced to Finest hats in the house (a) These hats sold up to $22.50 $3.75 $4.95 $6.50 and $8.50 gentle-lockin- g Shoe Department First Up to $14.00 womens finest pumps, straps, ties reduced to. . Up to $12.00 pumps, straps and oxfords reduced to Up to $9.00 pumps straps and oxfords reduced to Up to $7.00 womens oxfords, pumps nnd ties reduced to . . . Floor--A- ll Shoes Reduced Walk-Ove- and Borers' remarkable tUcuUtleo. He knew then that he loved her Hit more truly became she brought t Mm a tnlnd ripened by experience and a love whose strength was only the deeper for the passing of thf years. And she had feared us he had feared, when the correspondence, be gun In jest, had mded In earnest And then his letter had comet "Nut there's one thing I can't un derstand, dearest," he suld that eve ning, lis they sat before the tire "Why did you write your name on tin paper nnd put In the bottle el ix tubes! I could Imagine that of yet as a young girl, but not now." My denr,Mshe answered, smiling "I bottled those peaches 20 yeara ago.' "Heaven bless old Uoliapfell" wai Uicd her. Up to $5.00 pumps straps etc. reduced to Up to $4.00 reduced to Womens comfort shoes and oxfords reduced to $2.45, $2.95, $3.65, and $4.50. ALL MISSES AND CH1LDRENS SHOES THIS SALE. Womens, misses and childrens white oxfords $1.S5, $2.35, $2.85, $3.65, $4.75, and $6.75. reduced to REDUCED DURING $8.95 $7.50 $5.75 $4.95 $3.75 $2.95 Up to $14.00 mens r oxfords reduced Up to $11.00 mens WnlkOver oxfords reduced to.... to.... r $9.75 $7.95 $5.75 Up to $8.00 mens oxfords reduced to Several hundred pairs of mens broken lines Walk-Ovefrom former selling prices. reduced to one-half oxfords Mens work nnd outing shoes reduced to $2.45, $2.85 and $3.65 a pair. $1.45, REMEMBER: Sale begins Thursday, June 16 The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, June 16 I 92 BUKLEY 'SIGN-UP' I . STARTS IN RUSH Big BARGAINS i ! AT HOME Growers First To Join 1,395,600 Pounds Aro Pledged First Day NOW IN As DRIVE BLUEGRASS I Why lcnc your home town to find brrrjrnins when we will Kive you an much for your dollar ns you enn Ket elsewhere, becnuse money looks just ns Trade tfood to tis ns it docs to the other fellow. with your friends. Watch this nd each week nnd you will find thnt we mean what we say. Me-o-m- y, how you'll take a pipe and P. A.! Before you're a day older you want to let the idea slip .under your bat that this is the open season to start . HB LaW something with a joy'us 'jimmy pipe and some Prince Albcrtl Because, a pipe packed with Prince Albert satisfies a man as be was never satis and keeps him satisfied I And, you can P. A.'s prove it I Why flavor and fragrance and coolness and its freedom ficd before from bite and parch (cut out by our exclusive patented process) are a revelation to the man who never could get acquainted with a pipcl P. A. has made a pipe a thing of joy to four men where one was smoked before Ever roll up a cigarette with Prince Albert? Man, man but you've got a party coming your wayl 1 aLkA LH Currolltoii, Ky., June t. Crowers of il more than l.Xtt.OsJ pounds of hurley) tobacco signed the contract of tie Hurley Tobaw' proposed Marketing Association, at tho opening campaign meeting of the ucthc sign-uhere today. Acreage represented by the slgm lure was mure than 1,400, Wth an I average production of about I.OtM ound to the sere. Two hundred and thlrty-flvgrowers s.gtied Uie contract. Many more were forced to go homo without hating an opportunity to sign, on account 'tf la k of ilerks U atlcu ; lu Item. n (i rower from three counties Indiana and four in Kentucky were among wi who ixiunu wiennunta u Uie provisions of the live--) ear lontrucl of the risioflutiol J THREE DOZEN YOUNG MEN'S SUITS AT PRICES REDUCED 50 PER CENT. $40.00 values, now $20.00 values, now $30.00 $15.00 $27.50 values, now $13.75 $7.00 Panama Hats $3.75 Young Men's Dress Caps $3.50 values, now $2.00 $3.00 values now $1.50 try produce. Everything reduced. Highost market price paid for . coun- Talk about a cigarette smoke; wc tell you it's pcachl A I ItfPT Aaitatama fmnj tin mJ tmll kmmUtrt amUnlKt trytlmi Ull aM avl rmt4 SMa mtiHtntt cr-U-- milk Fringe Albert the national joy, gmoke I sr i T.W.ct Ca. tji ti4 Farm And Home News From Over Kentucky. More than SO Crave county far mer have screed to uie nothing but purebred sire in their breeding work as a part of the purebred .iro cam palgn being conducted in the State, aeordlng to a report from County Agent It. II. Mitchell. Morgan county bank with County Agent It. II. Kankln are planning to assist in furthering Junior agricultural club work, all of them having agreed at a recent meeting to lend reliable club mem bcrs money for oen year with which to purchase purebred pig. S. V. Hook, a Crittenden county farmer, ha arranged to conduct a orchard n with County Agent John IC, Spencer. The demonstration will be ued to hhow farmers in the county proper method of raring for their tree. Harren county farmers arc planning to iow 800 acre of toy bean iuring the coming few week, according to County Agent J. 0. Horning, who state that the crop ha aroused unusual amount of interest among the farmers of that section. More than 7,000 purebred hatch-n- g egg have been distributed among '200 Todd county farmers at a part f the standardization campaign conducted by the County Agent 1. C. (Sraddy in with the farmers. The county I standardizing 'emonstration o nhia c with White Wynndotlei. Itural women in the vicinity of Mitchcllsburg, Iloylc county, arc planning to organize a community club, according to a report from Mi. Mary Miller, Held agent in foods from the College of Agriculture. Two women's club, one at Worth with a membership of IC and the other at Hrownsboro with a member- rhip of 10 have been organized by rural women of Oldham county in with Catherine T. Tny lor, home demonstration agent. Ilace and blood tell the story. In Japan there I one divorce to every feven marriage, while in Kngland there I only one divorce to every en thousand marriage. CORD atTIRES Now Selling the Lowest Price Level in Tire History 30x3 32x4 34x4- - - $24.50 46.30 54.9tf Forty-ieven high-grad- (And Other Sizes in Proportion) Tire repair men, who judge value best, das these tires ns e having the sturdiest enrcass made. enr manufacturers use them as standard equipment They are the quality choice of cotd users. i!:11m ttt urifM tilUlil nn lo sign uie cuuiruci mi farmers' L'olou wus repreoMed by "U per cent of it members. Approximate tlgure Indicated ll.at the perioirai- - ( of the rami ItureHil wax about tic, MT. HEBRON sjicc. The Kurckas, a set ret society of farmers, bad t.el-- j iiperlal mectm? to bring the hem lit of tlio plan befor.' Mr. Jese I.emay remains quite Its member. ill. Siting begun with tho arrltsl of tho Mrs. Shcrrow and baby are first printed contract from louUvlIle, and continued ull morning without lu on the sick list. trrruptlon. lly noon more than ISO Mr. 05. W Thowon, who ha been growers had nctied, and othors were quite sick is able to be out again. crowding to tbtables fater Uiaa Mis- - Mary Shcrrow is the guest of clerks could iirepuru tlio papers for her cousin, Mrs. M. I Montgomery. sigtuture. Curtis iloatsoinwy, Client, Ky., tfia Miss Alice Jones of Cripton, is the tint grower to sign Uie coutraet teaching muie at the school building He li oue of the largest producers of here. Carroll County, ut! owns about Miss Jewel Huffman, who had a kcrtn of hind suitable ff r raising lu-bscco. He ktayed ill I'arrollton nil severe attack of quinsy is able to be nlclit In order to hate the opportunity up again. to ilen tint. Mrs. Harrison Dean Is at the bedIepite the fart Uul a rain Uie night side of her father, Mr. II. A. Duncan, before the meeting hud made a perfect tobacco setUug seatuii, biindreds of who is very sick. Alex and Irvine Dean Mesdamc farmers UUmlMe-- l U.e ciincv In order to sttend the "sign up. ' Uy 10 o'clock were the guest of Mr. Harvey Dean lu Uie morning, the square around Uie at Little Hickman, Saturday. courthouse, wl.ru the signing was til Mi'tsr.i. II. It. and M. L. Montgomprogress, was crowded with farmers fat and their families, A cunstaut stream ery sold to Mr. Curtis some continued lo pour Into the town during cattle at 8 cents per pound. the entire morning and early aftei-nooIlev. L. C. Kay will preach here as tho districts more remote Sunday and Ilev. Manly will fill his from Uie town eiit In their con tin pulpit where he was once pastor. gents. Mr. W. D. Montgomery, of At coon, after Uie arrival of Judge spent n few days ft.hing at Itobert V. Ulagham, Uiulsvllla, chief of Uie day, and chairman of his old home at Lock No. 8 last week.the organization committee of Uie pnn Mrs. Leonard Crank, who fell from posed association, a piocesiion of grower, headed by a baud and a groui n ladder and fractured the bones of of growers wmi had slgniil the con- her arm n few days ago is improving tract, marched from Uie cuurthoue lo slowly. tho scene of the barbecue und burgoo A contractor from Nicholasvillc it feast and the afternoon kpcaklng. It making a cistern at the consolidated Is estlnmted that J.ixm furmeri took part. In sddtUim to tlifo many hail school, much to the gratification of the pMtron here. gone ahead on foot and In cars. following the burgoo feast at li'M Mr. and Mr. Steve Walker nnd lito'clock, Judto Illngbam addressed tlu tle von, Cavil were guests of Mr. and crowd in olio of Uie town's warehouse, Mrs. T. V. Montgomery Saturday ltalpli M. Ilarker, invuiber of the or- night and Sunday. ganization conmiitlee. lu lntrHluelns Mr. ami Mrs. Hamlet Jennings and Judgu llliigluiiu, luad u telograni froi i M (. WIImiii, canipjlgn seeretury of cl ildren ami Mis. Alice Jones were belug foniutl l) guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ilenjamin the s.-4iiut- i and Carolina growers, expiettsmg 'enmngs near Wilmore Sunday. coiurntulaiious and good wishes. I'ruUiugetl :ipt'lau was given Judgu Utiistiuitt a predntloii lluit un adequate HMoclalion law would be readily passed by tho next cslon of Uie Kentucky legislature. At Uio eoi.cluslou of Jude Ulnghsm addro, James V Stone, Islington, liiembec of the organization commutes, spiking us n ii'ircsentatle of the growers of Uie Itluegrass, thanked tin growers of lids section for tho impetus they nud gtteu Uio campaign, unil a sured them that the growers of Ids section would nut bo slow to follow the example. He said that without tlou every man he had consulted In re gard to tho formation of tho proposed association, had been lu favor of the luotumsut without rvsene Other meetings ut which the tract of the utsixlutloti wilt lie offered to tho growers for signatures wdl be held Uie week of Juno 1.1, at .Shelby llle, lxlngton, Maysville, iMnv.lle 'y ltlchiusud, Cynthlana' und p other points. Aaron Sapiro, utorney sssk California rat.v for twenty-twconsidered t ho one ussociatlons and of tho greatest authorities ou coop trutlxu agriculture in the worll, w.i! lfii- imini-uiirc' Three farm urxamutlot. In ('arri County innde I lie dny a sprrml one ! l iiiiv.their meiiiber. nd held c'M-iia- ' Noah Marsee, Jr. General Merchandise Bryantsville, Ky. The infant of Mr. and Mrs. Wit-li- e Sherrow of Marksbury was Inter-e- d in Mt. Hebron cemetery Tuesday nfternoon. Funeral services conducted by Ilev. Thompson of that place. Mesns. Wm. Onstott, lerry Din-r.iKd. Grow, K. C. nnd M. L. Montgomery' of this place and Rev. I. W. Manly, of I.ancater. formed a fishing party to Lock .Vo. 8 last Thursday. On June 28th., at 2 o'clock the Illuc Ilird Sewing Club will exhibit their work at Mt. Hebron Consolidated School Duilding. An appropriate program will be rendered by the girls, the prizes awarded and a good time in general Is expected. Miss Syler, who has had charge of this class has been faithful to her duty. Let's every one eome. s, Jee dJi DONT DESPAIR If you ore troubled with pains or nches; feel tired; have headachy indigestion, insomnia; painful pass-ag- o of urine, you will find relief in n, lain-cast- er GOLD MEDAL Th world's sundud remedy for kldnty, tivtr, bl.ilJ.r and utlc clJ iroubUs and National Htnuljrof Holland sins 16)9. Thtca all dtuggiit. Gutranosd. Lock for lb. .ra GoU Mtiltl an aT.ry bv li, nd acpl ao ImiLtwa. n A woman' Instinct can invariably detect the genuine article, I ocp a fellow gussing -- he prefers. is so keen she (lattery from but it often to know which Fine Arts Quartet on Last Day of Chautauqua HNmtlsH X" ' K (o-oj- x HlV sssssssHB l sssssssOft HPla addros lbee meetlnK. Tins new iow price is made possible by strictest economics and specialized production. Plant No. 2 was erected for the sole purpose of making 30x3)-incfabric tire. With t) daily capacity of 16,000 tires and 20,000 tubes, this plant permits refined production on m quantity basis. All materials used are the best obtainable. The quality (a uaifonn. It U the bst fabric tire ever oifertd to the car owner at any price. h Non-Ski- d were an The following name uouiivcd us members of the organ ta Hon inimulttoi: Judge IllngluHi, Uiuisville air Ilarker, CurrollUui; IMward Itassetl Ilrucklurldge, Harry (ilovanoll Klielby T. Harblton, Charles N Mun blag, Wllllum A. MclKiwetl, i'r Pruul It. McVey, James I .Stone und Mist Kunslilno Sweeoey, lajniitfiou , T 8 Ieha Itunium, Itlrhiuoud, Johniou N Can, KINNAIRD DR0S. deu und W. M Slnun. Versailles) Kamuel Clay and John T. Collin J. N. Kehoe, Maysvllle, tin Ittv. John P. Knue, MiQuady; N. L Hlitguwiy, Ksliuoutb, and A. Clata rts, JipilmUsld. A musical comedy sketch dealing with tho life and song of Old Ireland la ouo of tho pleasing features of the program of the Fine Arts Quartet., which will give a full concert ou the last afternoon of the coming Itedpath Chautauqua and a prelude at night. sketch Is replete with Irish wit and pathos, and Is given In Irish costumes. Good music abounds. A special arrungciuetit of the best 'a Spanish music Is given lu appropriate costumed and. In addition, varied solos, duets, trios, quartets and reading, are rendered with artistry and verve. Evtr member of the company Is a soloist and the programs become a recital of Individual artists aad novelty program i cosiblaed. Th Central Record, Lancaster, Kv Thursday June 16, 1921 and little stomachs arc so. more NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY S ICE CREAM FREEZERS, Yet in Atlantic City a prize fight is to be pulled off between nn American and a Frenchman between Dcmpsey and Men will journey from every state in the union to see that fight. They will pay from $10 to $1,000 a seat to see two men i'm) beat each other up. A broken nose smeared with blood will elicit no feeling of six-cylind- er pity or concern only renewed howls of joy or chngrin. Have you bought one of our STERThere will be no empty stomnches at that fight. No LING OIL COOK STOVES with the little children crying for bread will witness that gory contest short chimneys? If not, why not? of brutality. The money spent for the There is none better, dozens of satisfied privilege of seeing that fight users in town and country. would furnish a royal feast for all of the people in the United States who now hunger for bread. Instead, it will not allay the sufferings of one. No, we nre in no position to "Live and Let Live Folks." criticise the English, or any old rriw other nntion of people, so far Srw Price DC IE 31 as squandering our substance Model 22-- 14 Three Passenger Honclster, $1795 $1495 and neglecting our unemploy22-- 15 - $1795 Five Passenger Touring, Model $1525 The Central Record Unctions such as they have in ed are concerned. the old world. 22-- 16 - $2585 Model Three Passenger Coupe, $1.50 V..r. $2135 Uiutd W..Wly. Wc are a democratic people, As The Editor Sees It. Payabl In Advance. 22-- 17 Model Five Passenger Sedan, $2435 $2895 our rulers are elected by vote J. E. ROBINSON. Editor, Stop and think! of the people, and they govern 22-- 10 Model Four Passenger Coupe, $2985 $2325 ft. L .ELKIN, Local Editor and Mgr. The country is beginning to for the benefit of the people. 22-4- 9 Model Seven Passenger Touring, $2065 $1735 There is no other govern- emerge from one of the sever Entered at the Tost Office in LanMail est cases of business depression caster, Ky at Second-Clament quite such as ours. There Model 22-5- 0 Seven Passenger Sedan, $3295 $2635 Matter. is no other government as fair it has experienced in years a to all classes of people as ours. period of factories running on rFofrin Ail.rr1i.inc RepfwuT IHE33 ASSOCIATION There is no other government hnlf time, with many of them as generous and as humanitar- closed; construction work at a Lancaster, Ky., June 16, 1921 standstill; strikes tying up ian as oun. BUICK MOTOR COMPANY, FLINT, MICH. Aliens who come to our ,vhat little industry was left; Rait, For Political Announcements. shores make many times the retailers selling half of their d Motor Cars Pioneer Builders of For Precinct end City Offices. .15.00 money tliev made in the lands normal quantity; five million llrwfiti in all I'rintiHil CtlitMDnlrrt KrrryvJtrrt 10.00 For County OfTice they came. They people out of employment. For State and District Offices.. 15.00 from whence Local Dealer Yet with all of these handi .10 are free agents and have no For Calls, per line whisper .... .10 masters. They are men, and caps there has been no such as For Cards, per line of a financial panic, For all publications in the Inter-enot serfs. of individuals or expresThey have brains enough to have caused widespread dis sion of individual views, per CONN & CONN GARAGE. aster in former years. 10 see the advantages of such a line Does this indicate that the as ours. They .05 government Obituaries, per line WHEN BETTER AUTOMOBILES ARE BUILT. BUICK WILL BUILD THEM' have too many brains to seek day of panics for this country to destroy the source from is over? It would seem so. Announcements No matter how mueh we which their increased sustenPetersen and Hrlge Wcsterling. All Smith. 21 Day Man. We arc authorized to announce may differ in our political bearc members of the Norwrgian Masance comes. the following candidates, subject to Mr. II. A. I'ailey, tht 21 day man In all lands there are a few liefs, or what party may be in On Saturday Morning, June 11, ters' and Mates' Association. action of the Democratic Primary, Shadowy Angel of Death 1921 for the Rcdpath Chautauqua, was wild and rabid fools who seek power, the fact remains that vfeitcd the home of Mr. Luther Smith August Cth., 1021; Intelligent people emphasite their the Tuesday plac the destruction of government the American people have an and bore to his Heavenly Home the quality by the use of simple language. here attractive and Wednesday, thru-oing advertisements For State Senator simply because it is govern abiding faith in the stability of loved wife and mother, Mrs. Smith It is only the weak minded who wrap the city, heralding the splendid J. E. ROBINSON their government. aged SI years, C months, 11 days. Ihelr tongues around words of which program which 1s In store for those ment to sever their own noses They know that it is as She was a sufferer for nine months. '.hey know not the meaning. For Circuit Judge who attend the coming chautauqua. for no other reason than that she CHARLES A. HARDIN noses are a part of the human sound as the Hock of Gibra- Resigned to the will of the Lord, She! was ready and willing to go. ltar anatomy. Commonwealth! Attorney They know that while we was a member of the Baptist Church., They arj fewer, and less All that loving hands could do was EMMET V. PURYEAU dewild, and less rabid in this may have our periodical done but to no avail. She bore her For Rrpretentative pressions in business as we suffering without a murmur and country than in any other. ROBERT H. TOML1NSON, JR. bravely fell asleep with Jesus. BeWhen you hear an isolated will always have at intervals the stability of the gdvernment side a host of friends she leaves to For County Judfe railing nincompoop idiotic mourn her loss a devoted husband deJ. C. WILLIAMS against this country just ask precludes any possibility of Much sympathy U and daughter. panics. him how he would like to be structive extended them in their hours of sorFor County Attorney forcibly sent back to the place ics.Therefore, we have no pan- row. May the Lord bless them in GREEN CLAY WALKER their sadness. from whence he came? For Circuit Clerk This is the U. S. A. One by one our Father gathers1 He wiP have no answer Choicest (lowers rich and rare JAMES B. WOODS, JR. ready for you. There is none And transplant in His garden , Secrets Will Out. For Sheriff T--to be made. :. a, ... There to bloom forever more. DAVE SAN'DETftS A new use has been found She is blooming, sweetly blooming Deputies, Aihby Arnold, H. D. Lee. No Room For Criticism. for ether, and the criminal cle Mid the fairest flower of light, ment of our population is not In the garden of sweet Kden For Jailer In the town of London there pleased. In time their uneasi Where the flowers never blight. DAVID ROSS nre hundreds of thousands of ness may develop into a panic. For Mafiitrate people unemployed five milIt has been demonstrated by We on earth no more shall meet J. II. CLARK her. Britain. practical experiment that a lion of them in Great . R. L. BARKER htr guide, Empty stomachs are as num small amount of ether adminis- But the Angels are she Is over And we know that erous as the leaves upon the tered to n person an amount Near tho blessed Saviour's side. Stop and think ! trees. sufficient to place him under There are probably more May we hope some day to meet her One section of London is its influence and yet leaving aliens in this country than in gaunt and filled with misery. him conscious will cause that In the land of end!es days, any other country on the face to dwell forever, There is no work, on money, person to respond readily to In There happy home above. of the earth. that any question, to babble his in (Contributed.) Our laws are more lax and and but little bread. In another section the cen most secrets. there is greater opportunity Just what effect information for conspiring against the gov ter of aristocracy and fashion gayety reigns supreme. Im secured in this manner will Three Men In Boat ernment than there is in any mense sums of money are spent have in law is unknown, as its other country. To Circle Globe. The punishment we mete out on the pleasures of a single admissibility is yet to be ascer New York. A modern version of to such conspirators (when wc night. It Hows continually in tained. Dut the fact remains "Three Men In n Boat" will be punish them at all) is probably the production of social ex that this opens up a possible by Captain MImer Tonnlng way of detecting crime and of and two companions, who will leave to be citement. more lenient than that Thore is no want, no Hunger, solving many of the mysteries this month for a voyage uround the found in finV6thor 'country. that now baffle the police of world. trip will be made In an open And yet it is a fact that there no lack of bread there. The in n the country. But are we Americans ia less internal unrest in this lifeboat, equipped with a sail. The position to criticise England's employed in only shelter will be a canvass cover Then, too, if country than in any other. There is less undermining of aristocracy for its frivolity in ferreting out violations of the for the bunks. The boat will carry Lancaster, Ky. the established order of gov- he face of unemployment and prohibition law there is no llm 14 weeks' provisions. it to the consternation it may, The routo will be New York, Engis less dlssal IIHOV1 J . ernment. There Canal, Sumatra We are not. create. It may even cause land, Gibraltar, Suet isfaction of every nature. Philippine Islands, Hawaii, California THE ITORt r Millions of people nre out of half of the population of the Panama Canal, and back to New And why? We have no kinga or nobll employment in this country. United States to decamp for York. They believe the voyage will reouirc 10 to 18 months. ity, no landed ariatocracy of Our cities swarm with homes parts unknown. Tonning'f companions nre Otther Goshf'' .1 ancient lineage, no class dis- - where the larders are empty Refrigerators and Water Coolers BurcK fiasfay&qfaak Present lines of new Buick models will be carried thru the 1922 season. CONN BROS. HJtl F1F Beginning June 1st the new series and prices will be as follows, f. o. b. factories, Flint, Michigan. n Valve-in-Hea- st LANCASTER BUICK COMPANY J ut Deering Binders Mowers and Bakes Genuine Deering Binder Twine. Repairs. Full line Deering Binder pre-scnt- HASELDEN BROS. WVCffSttX , isbbkjc . IT1 iiir ni innwiiHimiWi mi mi nr mi i n rniiri -- mil- rim niirm irirmrnrmrrrT m rrrrn"Tliirr The Central Record. Lancastei , Ky., Thursday, June 16 92 1 1 Mr. Joe Glunchlgllan has been a recent visitor In Lexington. Miss Frankle Fleming, of Carlisle, is visiting Lancaster friends. Miss Carrie Miller Is in LouUvllc this week, the guest of Mlsi Alma GrilTith. Ever-We- ar c Hosiery 1 The Presbyterian Sunday School enjoyed a picnic Tuesday afternoon at the river. If you are not familar with this brand of hosiery come In and let us show you a bod wearing hose which we can sell you from $1.25 up, in black white and colors. Also various styles for the children. 5cst Adds arc Read Not Written. QUALITY CONSIDERED THE VALUE Mr, Lewis Walker and son, Char les, are at Dawson Spring for several week stay. In FRANCIS-SjWl- TH The groom is the son of Rev. and Mrs. U. A. Dawes, of Bryantsvllle, near Danville, Ky. Some years ago he won for himself a place in the hearts of the Paris with the people, when connected Paris high school and local Y. M. He served "overseas" In C. A. work. the world war, where he wa commissioned captain. After his return from France he was welcomed again in Paris, where he holds a responsible position with the First National Hank. After u short wedding trip Mr. and Mrs. Dawes will for the present be at home to their friends nt 135 Houston avenue, in Mr. Hradlry Long, who has been Indianapolis is at home for the WE ARE summer vacation. d OFFERING ARE UNBEATABLE. Tricolet Blouses Large shipment of Trlcolette Blouses just received at the very special price of $3.50. YOU STILL HAVE A CHANCE TO BUY A PAIR OF SHOES centn for the second. FOR FIVE CENTS A few more pairs of White Shoes left at 2 cents per pair, $2.98 for the first pair and 2 Wc have milled more styles to those previously advertised nt $1.95 for the first pair and 5 cents for the second pair. Shipment of Silk Hosiery Just In VAN RAALTE GLOVE SILK HOSE in all the new patterns and colors as well. All kinds Just received some beautiful new patterns in Loraine Ginn- hams, you have been looking for. of plain silk hose. BUY . IN LANCASTER. Mr. W. It. Cook, of Danville was In Lancaster Tuesday on business. Mines I. Ida Mac and Marie Hay guest of Mr. and were the week-enMrs. Hell McKcchnlc, of Garrard Mrs. Koyston Hay. county, has been visiting relative in Mr. Kugenc Austin, who has been Uurgin. attending St. Marys College Is at Miss Minnie Hrown has been vis home for the summer. iting Mrs. Sellman, in Nicholasvilie, Mr. Thompson, of Sharpshurg, is this week. the guest of his sister, Mrs. Harry Mrs. Sarah Hurt, of Leroy, Ind. Hudson und Itev. Hudson. ts visiting friends and relatives in Mrs. Carrie Davidson is visiting her I Lancaster. son, Hon. Robert Davidson and Mrs. Mrs. Mallet Allen, of Harristown, Davidson in Tulia, Oklahoma. 111., is visiting her grandparents, Mr. The many friend of Mr. U. I). and Mrs. I'. W. Uradshaw. Simpson are glad to know he is Mr. W. II. Collier and daughter, slowly improving from his recent Mnry Johnson, of Mlddlesboro, have illness. been recent visitors in Lancaster. Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Itaddix, of Mr. Will Hice Anion, of Itoston, .Middle town and Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Mass., mis been visiting his parents, Hloomilrld arc visiting Mr. and Mrs. Dr. and Mrs. A. M. Anion, enroute Will Simpson. to Memphis, Tcnn., to accept n post- -' firm of Mr. and Mrs. R. Zimmcr left yus- - tien in the Arcitectual Matian and Hroadwell. terday, for St. Joseph, Michigan where they will remain through the Rev. and Mrs. 1 E. Sellers and summer season. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wood, of Har- for the Mr. John Shackelford and child lodsburg, were In mingling with KaulTman and Mary, day Inst Monday, ren. Master Clay of Richmond, arc guests of Mrs. friends and relatives. Those de lightful people were given n hearty Knuna KaulTman. welcome and all wish that their visits Miss Cora Hryant had for her could be more frequent. guest Sunday Messrs. Willie Rogers, The marriage of Professor William Leslie Reynolds, Misses Ava T. Green, of Lancaster, and Miss and Dcssic Estcs. Corn Hurt, of Paint Lick, took place Messrs Francis Elliott and Kltslin Tuesday afternoon at I o'clock at the Currier have, returned home for the home of the oificating minister, Dr. vacation period, after a years work J. W. Porter. The bride and bride at Yanderbilt University. groom came to Lexington by motor car and attended by several friends. Messrs. Hen and Harry Linnaman n trip in the East they will and Miss Klva Hello Harmon, of After Lexing be at home in Ijincuster. Danville, were Sunday afternoon ton Herald. of Miss I.Ida Mno Ray. visitors Paris. tt llv-- .i A FISHERMEN This And Save Trouble. Gossip About People Vvv Oalnu tnr TKmi Wi Mrs, George Robinson. Misses Fan' Miss Anna was the week nic ami Hetty West have been re-- J mil j;uet of Miss Irene ami Lucille 'Grow cnt visitor In Danville. Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Ilrowningl Mr. I). It. Allman and daughter, and children have returned from nj who have been visiting Lancaster relatives, have returned to their home .visit to relatives In Lebanon. ' An Ml rtlltd In. Mrs. Dora Wheeler, of near Is Dan-villi- -, in Richmond. baa Mil Mary Brown fiem State University. . rctumcJ was Mr. J. W. Acey of Stanford, tn Lancaster Saturday. J!n. W. 11, Wilkinson will bo to Lwjhgton for a visit thii week. r Item, W'hen you have personal Phone the Society Editor, No 101. . Mi Marjory Uallou, of Stanford, it the Kueil of Mr. Joe Francis. Judge ami Mrs. Forest Stapp and daughters were in Lexington Friday. Mr. and Mrs. W, 11. Ilurton are spending several weeks at Dawson Springs. Janus Smith were visitors MUs Martha Ilt'ttls, Mr. and Mrs. in Lexlng-tonTuesda- y, . .Mrs. Fannie tn Danville. MUs Liixic Ileitis Is attending the summer term of the Normal School In Farraand Mr. Cabell Denny have been guests of relatives Richmond. Mrs. Thomas Cotton ami Mrs. Theo. Ootton. Jr., were in Danville shopping last week. iecnt has been a vinltor of her sister, Miss Dove Harris, Danville. Mr. Tattle Anderson Mrs. Raymond Haselden and daugh Jane, have been visitors In Danville. week-en- d ttrMiss recent Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Carson were gucstiof mother, Mm. J. Wv Stone, ir, Carou's In Vcr-tallie- s. Mr. and Mrs. W. T. West and MliiTllettle West, spent last Friday ijlWlncheiter, the guest of Mr. and MnEjBrownlng. Georgia Johnson visited Mrs. Kl&ijllll in Danville Tuesday. Mrthllill continue very ill but her wany frTcnd hope for a speedy re- - ' Miss Mi Agnes Pollard gave a purty the guest of her daughter, at her home on Danville road Sat Mr. Hen Wood and Mr. Wood. urday evening to celebrate her sixMrs. it. K. McRoberts, Mr. John teenth birthday. About forty guests McRubcrts, Mr. and Mrs. Clay Sut- were present. All had n nice time. Friton were visitors In Lexington day. Mr. and Mrs. Jasper Cox gave un elegant dinner party Sunday at their Mi Sallle I.uti has returned after spending a delightful vacation in suburban home on the Danville road Lexington, London and Ka.u Bern-sta- About twelve guests were present and the party proved a pleasant af fair. Mrs. Jesse Hendren and baby, of Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Haddic und New York, arc gm-sof her parent, daughter, Lillian Mae, of Middle Mr. and Mrs. Kalney, on Stanford town, Mr. and Mr. J. II. Ilroomtleld avenue. of Kings Mil). Ohio, and Mrs. Sarah Mr. John Walker, who has been Hurt, of Indiana were guests last the guest of Lancaster relatives, re- week of Mr. and Mr. E. I'. (I rowturned Wednesday to his home in Mr. W. T. West and Ml Hetty Mississippi. West have returned from n visit to Mr. and Mrs. Fred Sutton and Mis Kdna Hrowning in Winchester. daughter. Miss Lucille, moved MonMr. and Mrs. John Scott have reday at the home of Mrs. Gulley in turned from Louisville and are "Hill Court." spending several weak with Mrs. Mr. W. J. Romans, one of the best Scott' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Arch known, most successful, and clever- Kavanaugh. est busines men of Lancaster, was Mrs. Cowherd and Miss Hettie Mc in Danville on business this mom-in- dowell, of Louisville, are guests of Danville Messenger. Mrs. J. It. Mount. They have been during their Mrs. Mae Hughes Noland enter- extensively entertained stny here and enjoyed meeting sev tained Tuesday with n family dinner party at her home on Maple uvenuo er.nl friend who were their school mate when they attended school in in honor of her guest, Mr. Oseo HalTmah. It was a delightful affair. this city. Miss Salliu Klkin entertained with Miss Allie Arnold, who has been teaching in the School of the Deaf a six o'clock dinner last Friday at homo on Richmond street In in Colorado Springs, Colorado, Is ex- her Osee Hutf pected this week and will spend the honor of her nunt, Mr. Mrs. Cowherd and rummer vacation with her sister, man, of Louisville, Miss Hetty McDowell, also of LouisMrs. Joe Francis. ville, A delicious three course menu Mr. and Mrs. It. E. Hughe and was served. daughter, Miss Margaret, of Louis, Mrs. Rockwell Smith, who has had ville, arrived Tuesday for a visit to charge of the Domestic Science DeMr. and Mrs. J. W. Miller before gopartment of the Stanford Graded ing to San Diego, California, whero the position of dietitian at Dr. It. C. they will reside in tho future. School for three year ha accepted hospital at Lebanon. Mrs. J, I. Avant and daughter McChord's left this week for a visit to relative Those who knew of Mr. Smith's at Mayflcld, Ky., before Joining Mr. marked ability in this line of work, Avant In Danville, where they will congratulates Dr. McChord In securmake their home. Lancaster friend ing her services. Stanford friends regret the departure of this most ex- regret that she will not be here next year. Interior Journal. cellent, (willy. d. g. Mr and Mrs. Earl Uroaddus have 'Dawes returned from their bridal trip and The following special from Paris, will be with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Cronley Uroaddus, on Danville ave Ky., give news of interest to friends as the groom is quite nue. popular In society here: Mrs. R. E. McRobcrts gave a de At the home of the bride on Houslightful "spend the ton avenue, Miss Mary' Fithian day" Wednesday at her home on Hutchcraft was united in marriage Danville avenue, In honor of Mrs. to Mr. Clarence Colllver Dawes SatOsee Huffman, of Louisville. urday evening at C o'clock. The simple but impressive cereMr. and Mrs. Robt. Galley, Mr. mony was performed by the Rev. n. Jesse Gulley and Miss Ucssiu Gulley, A. Dawes, father of the groom, in and Mr. T. L. Uroaddus attended the presence of only the immediate the funeral of Mr. John West, in members of the two families, Rev. Nicholasvilie Tuesday afternoon. W. E. Ellis assisting. The bride is the daughter of Mr. Mrs. Duckncr Spindle and daugh ter, Margaric, returned to their and Mrs. R. D. Hutchcraft, graduate home at Norfolk, Vn., last Friday, of Transylvania University and of after spending several weeks with Wellesley College, is prominent in soMrs. Spindle's parents, Mr. and Mrs, ciety, educational and club circles of the State. R. E. McRobcrts. Hutchcraft If you desire to fish at the water works lake, you must either have a 1921 ticket or procure one. Persons have been fishing there who had no tickets; this is intended as a last warning, and any person fishing In the future without the necessary ticket will be prosecuted. The undersigned club has a contract for the fishing privilegtw with the town, for which it pays n certain sum annually, and in return are entitled to protection from tresnflMer. The object in this arrangement is to keep the lake stocked with fish and protect them. Every dollar taken in from the sale of tickets is expended on the lake, no one profits one cent from the sale of tickets. Every head of a family holding n ticket is entitled to take his wife SIXTEEN and children UNDER YEARS OF AGE to the lake fishing, but the children under no circumstances must be allowed to go by their pareit. 'All persons over sixteen years must have tickets. Members desiring to take visitors from out of town, may procure purmlssion from the president or secretary of the club, who will provide them with "trip complimentary tickets." All old members, that is who held tickets in 1020, may secure tickets for the current year for fifty cents, other for two dollars. Unlcs the rules of the club arc enforced, fishing at the lake, which is a source of enjoyment to all lovers of this sport, would soon be a thing of the past, and in the future wc propose to as nearly as possible enforce the rules, so PROCURE A TICKET before fishing and save yourself embarrassment and possible trouble. LAKE PLACID FISHING CLUB. I" U DC DE DE 31; BRACE UP YOUR PEP WITH Cuscaden Cream CALL BY AND TAKE A QUART HOME FOR OINNER One dish of our delicious Ice Cream will pep you up. U Another dish will make you step up. And another occasional dish will keep you both peppy and steppy. All the Latest Soft Drinks and Oishes For The Summer Trade STOEMES DRUG STORE. mi P stnblitheri 1853 FIRST THOUGHT IN DRUGS. Phone 39, Lnucaater, . Ky. DC DE D IFU The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, June 16,1921 PAINT LICK Miss Mnrgare". Francis went to ..ati Saturday. Forrest Curtis has accepted i position with Estrldge Hros. U.rn to Mr. and Mrs. James Ingram Tuesday n fine boy. Mr Dewey Mrtcnlf, tf Stanford, spent Frwlny with friends. Mr. Woods Walker and gnests, were in Danville Wednesday. Anyone having .Hew Items of interest will plene cull phenc H-Mr. and Mr.. Kent. Kstridqe were in Danville skipping Wednesday. Ml Maud Ceiin, of (.ancastcr I the guest ef Miss Chnstlne Hucker. ton. W. H. Hoop went to Cincinnati Sunday to bring bock a Chevrolet Blue Gress far. Ilev. and Mrs. It. J. Skagg. were (Convenient to Cincinnati) in Ilerea Monday to see an eye Farmers of Central Hlue (ira Miss Lucy Francis spent several counties are shew ins; an unusual indays In lanwslcr with Mrs. Saufley terest m poultry raising, according On vacations and holidays take a Kodak with lo A. S. Chapln, field agent in poulHughe. Slakes: try from the College of Agriculture, you. unusually high class Miss Kitzabeth Walker has come who has arranged to carry on intenYou can live your vacation over again by havhome from K. C. W. for the summer of the horses on the ground, work In rlx of these tUKttU UHKar sive poultry' ing "map shots" that will keep scenes and friends vacation. the excellence of the program Satunlar. ' with Farcounties in fresh in your memory. Miss Chostlnc Kucker hns ns her mer.' Union nnd local breeders. The book and improved accomctinmi nun Come in and let us explain to you how simply guest tWs week her nelce, Miss Conn counties which will receive attention i you can operate our Kodaks. modations for patrons comof Lancaster. nelude Fayette, Anderson, Ilcnry.j UIMU MMt Don't you need some films? Our supply is al There will be a pie and Ice creoni .Icett. Fleming and Jessamine. bine to insure the success of SlwUr. Jm Ilth ways fresh. Remember us, for drugs and durg store supper at the .Manse school house Activities In the dllTerent counties i the meeting at the popular things. WtUIIf UM Clf Friday evening. will be caiid irted along several dif-- ' I Ilk SalorJar, J Latonia Course. Come to US for it. Dave ferent lines including culling demon-- , Messrs. Joe lloblnson and (HHIII IUI.CV Sanders of I.ancastcr, visited our city strntions, the organisation of breed SalvrJar. J lueciation and the advancement of Friday afternoon. Those who visit jLatonia UHll tlUIJ The II. Y. I U. are going to the the poultry standardisation campaign ISIk this month will enjoy the Sturr. by the college (Silend church next Sunday evening eing conducted 'ulling demonstration hae been ar III HMtt llMttir You may be superior to the pcr-:o- n to put on a program. The successful man is the monarch finest sport in its history. tanged for Anderson. Fayette, Jessa SlrJr. J 2U to whom you arc talking, but it of his own affairs. When he divides The Chautauqua will be In Paint UIHU till the height of ill breeding to show it. Lick July Ilth., tickets now- - on sale mine and Scott counties. Prospects his prerogatives he also surrenders sre bright for n White Plymouth Utmtd.t. Jlr J r large proportion of his profits. When Ju Iging the mistakes of at the bank and stores. Hock Ilreedet' Association in Ander cmctMin lunt Mrs. Martha Kly went to Coving There is such n tiling as biting the t others const Icr first the cause of j county where there are seven 5lr4.f, Jlr Zi hand that feed, but only fools do them adn your judgement will not ton Sunday to vilt her daughter. farmers raising this breed. Fayette nilMHIItl lUKIU Mrs. Willard Highland. '.hat. America does not breed fools. ' be greatly at fault. county is ato making rapid progress Incorporate MUUr. J!r A few drift In from other places. Mr. N. W. Itegers and family of under the direction ef County Agent The value of a good book Is not Hilt liHI lUNClf Rod House spent Sunday night with f Latonia, Ky., Course abbert in organising a number Undressed women are said to be measured in dollars and cents, but Mr. SalarJ.F. Jalr SMK and Mrs. A. 11. Wynn. hoys and girls' poultry dubs. on the Mage in Paris. But rather by the capacity of the brain appearing Prominent breeders In all the Mr. Wm. Caldwell, of Texas is who can slip over to France, take in of the persn who reads it. visiting Mrs. A. T. Caldwell ami Mr. reunite named have shown an inter the sights, and sneak home again est in n proposed poultry show at Some people think they are just and Mrs. T. J. Underwood. without his wife getting wise! This i little better than other, but that Mr. and Mr. II. (i. Woods spent the Ulue Grass Fair, according to Is a bum world. chicks at all times In a is probably because they can not read Sunday in Lexington as guests of Mr. Chapln. Is Best Laying 'bus allowing them to eat whenever A new liquid gas has been discov- the mind of their neighbors. Mr. and Mrs. Carnett Kemner. they were hungry and saving much ered that is so powerful that three On time and trouble. The grain was Watch your tep. In the United Mr. ami Mrs. Willie Hendren were drops falling on the skin will kill a Ilest results in feeding poultry fed on the ground both morning and hosts to a bounteous dinner at their person In thirty seconds, thus mak- States lat year Gfi.UOO girls distuck on the range are obtained by evening. beautiful new home near Kirksville ing it possible for a hostile aeroplane appeared without leaving a trace. giving the bird a regular laying raMr. and Mrs. J. T. Underwood and J When tour milk or buttermHk was to blot out entire cities. In the I'itfalls arc numerous and yawning, tion, according to results obtained by the tankage or meat scraps event of another war look for that rnd always obscured from the view' daughter. Miss Kiln a and Mr. Morrisi! . F.xperl-rtrn- t I t I, m II .. Kentucky Agricultural the nf the unw.iry. , iouii nwenueti uerea lommcncenicru were left out of the ration and tho prand rush "back to the farm." I M Of Station in trials which it I Mnnins, chicks given II the milk they would Mr. F.lliott of Owsley The ration fed was compos-e- l drink. The milk was fed In pans, ' county was the guet of Mr. and Mrs, of n grain and mash feed, the which were thoroughly washed and (I. M. Treadway a few days last mash being made up ef 100 pounds for Three Generation scalded at least once raeh week. It j week. .if bran, 100 pounds of shorts, 100 ltv. Had Child Birth tf- - unu was found that 100 pounds of skim I. Easier By Using .una II nrjiiums punds of com meal. 100 pounds of .nilk equaled six pounds ef tankage Richmond, spent the week nolds of ground oats and 100 pound. of tank-arin leeiting value end with their cousins, Mr, and Mrs, or commercial meat scraps. The which Thos. I.ogsdon. grain teeil was made up ot .iuu i In addition lo the dry mash V. was g en "ie birds, oyster- - sboll, Mrs. M. K. Ross, who has been in au noumls of crnrkel corn and J00( Colorado Springs for several months ltsi ground bone were cunds of wheat. l jrr.t ain cure oTat.Hooe soomi a.f sa. The mash was kept before returned home last week very much siaanuo SiseurgaCo. Ctrl, 0 tut, ...I thejilwnys ova liable improved in health. Miss Jennie Higglns was here Mon day afternoon and delivered sixteen diplomas to the pupils who passed the eighth grade examination Dr. and Mm. II. I). Montgomery aver (are receiving congratulation the arrival of n little boy born June 8 th. Named II rail ley Hennett, Jr. Mrs. A. It. Wynn, Mrs. 0. M. Trendway, Mrs. Sara Rucker and Mi4 Ckastinc Rucker and Miss Conn, were Richmond visitors Friday. Mb Corn Ilrynnt spent the week end with ber parent, in lancaster. Mis Ava MeWherter and Mr. W. 1 Rogers. Jr. were her guests Sunday Mr. X. Denny, Mr.. H. J, Patrick, Mm. Jim Ilarve Ralston and .Miiw hiiima Kstridge motored to Richmond Thursday in Mr. Denny's sedan. Mrs. Woods Walker and little son, Robt. Woods and daughter, Miss Mnry Mac and Kitzabeth spent sev CHESTER MILTON SANFORO. "What Shall I Do In the World?"' Is n creat tiroMcm which IniiT.-it- n all eral day this week visiting friends of us, win promem W mwle much more easy of nolutlon by the lecture ot.nt Kmminence C II. Stanford on 'Tallurta of the Mlitlts," to be given hero at the Itedpath Quite a number of the young peo Chautauqua. I'rofossor Hanford Is an expert on vocntlonul guidance. Ills lecture Mlms ple around here spent Sunday afterto guide the voting pwple of the community Into chousing their proper voc- noon at the home of Mr. and Mrs. -f i I. II. Shepherd and enjoyed tho deationsto help eiimliMto mUtlM In Industry and the professions. Uvery young or old. who litis the future of America at heart, will bo vitally In- licious cake and ice cream, which terested la tbt leeture. was served. Puncture-proo- f Tho tragwiy In many live Is the nttempt to succeed In ono lino of work Mrs. J. W, Guyn entertained her when ability uiid Inclination point In an entirely different direction. Many y a man who would sutciil In buMnes would bo a falluru as a physician and Sunday School clam at hii TDICKINQ up a horseshoe is unlucky where or- tpicnic Thursday. Games were ployvlco vtrsa. ry pneumatic tires ore concerned. Tho samo Professor Hanfiird's lecture gives valuable suggestions concerning the ed and n nice lunch was served. All applies to nails, tacks, spikes, sharp metal and splintcra of the little folks left thanking their choosing of n vocation. of stone or gloss. teacher for a most pleasant day. But Lee Puncrurw.prooftlres or different. They On Saturday evening Mrs. Thos. carry our cash refund guarantee amount puncturm. Logsdon entertained In honor ef her house guests. About twenty-fiv- e The air In the tire carries the load. T W. 0. RIGNKY S Mlnrse W. 0. DIUKERSON young people were present. Game.1 Lee Puncture-proof- s i hold the air. ISTSCO were played and delicious refreshThat's why Lee Puncture-proo- f pneumatics have can- of ments were served. All reported a grown in favor every day for the past ten years for hardened most pleasant time. steel discs passenger, ousiness anu ueiivery cars for trucks. imbedded In Prof. It. II. Gilbert, former prinWe stand ready to prove that Lee Puncture-proo- f pure lubber are cipal of the Paint Lick school has bulll Into everr Lee tires will aolve your problems. Puncture-proo- f been elected principal and teacher of lire. Agriculture at the Athens High School, about ten miles from Lexing(Hike Phone 18. Residence Phone 33. ton by the Fayette County Board of F.ducation. rhone Mr. J. Walker Guyn and wife, Miss Nancy Guyn, W. A, Ramsey, Mr. Andrsw Guyn and Mlsi Helen Iiayle, mm mm C ncin take ttlc have the a Snap Andrew were in Danville Friday. and Helen going a delegates from I'amt Lick Presbyterian church to at tend the young people's conference, The following from here were at the Ilerea Commencement: Mr. and Mr. T. J. Underwood, Mls Kdna Un- derwoed, Mr. Morris Todd, Mr. Harry Hrnndenburg. Ftnncis. Mr. Wilson Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Wynn, Mrs. J. T. Thompson, Mr. and Mrs. A. II. Wynn, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Roberts, Mr. A. II. Kstridge and A. II., Jr.. Mrs. Jim Ilarve Ralsten, Mises and Ora Kstridge. J. II, l.edford and family, C. II. Ledferd anil family, Mr. fius Stewart and daughter. Mis Mary. Messrs. W. - and J. V. .Scott and Mr. nnd Mrs. Frank Rnl-- I F.m-ron I- Thoroughbred Horses Annual Summer Meeting at PHOTO GOODS Farming Turning To Poultry. LATONIA June 4th to July 9th 'yc 5lrr. you need. McRoberts Drug Store i '. ; Kentucky Jockey Club Ration For Poultry self-feed- Range . . V. XPECTA&T eon-'ucte- How to Avoid Wrong Vocation, Theme of Chautauqua Lecturer ' 1.1- 1 .irri. IS MOTHERS e i J. per-fco- n, 5To. ju uicKy we l-.- naat Lee tires" all-da- W. 0. RIONEV & CO. tire-troub- Funeral Oirectors and Embalmers Kentucky. le Lancaster, A CONN & CONN, ae, Lancaster, Ky The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday June 16. 92 1 I M 4 CUNN3 CHAPEL The Hub's 15 Days Sale Begins Thursday June 16th at THE HUB Danville, Ky. Everything Reduced First Floor Good yd. wide brown domestic 7c yd. Mr. Llge Hurt pcnt Monday with Mrs. Jcne Hurt. Miss Thclmn Simmon I In Hcrca !' Attending lummer school. MIm Allcne Hurt was n guest of ; Miss Kdna Hall Tuesday night. Mtw Berne Teater spent Friday night with Mrs. Hughcy Moberley. Mr. John Land purefciicd n cow from .Mr. Harvey Twtcr, price $65. r. Miss Mary Kditti Wnlker, of ) Un-ratte- I visiting Dry Goods Department $4.00 and $5.00 gingham dresses during this sale $2.95 and $3.45 15 yd. Mr. and Mr. V. Mr and Mr. hr II. J. Kfund-rwren- t, lUy. W. Itoiley nnd Good quality blenched huck toweling Heavy yd. wide Sea Island finish domestic 9 ynrd (a) l-- 2c 72 x 90 in. blenched bed sheets, special 79c 81 Up to $4.00 plain and figured crepe kmonas , . . $1.95 reduced to 500 doz. womcns and misses summer knitted vests special values (L 12c, 19c, 23c and 29c. Women?, misses and childrens summer union suits, reduced to 35c, 59c, 78c and 97c. Entire stock of womcns, misses and childrens hosiery reduced for this sale, special values ft 12c, 19c, 29c, 38c, 45c 69c, 95c, $1.35 and $1.3 9c. 2000 yds. plain, colored and flowered nil silk sash and hair ribbons 23c yd. j r Extra heavy quality yd. wide Sea Island brown yd. 12 Domestic l-- 2c x 90 seamless bed sheets 90 heavy pcppcrcl sheets ... $1.09 $1.23 81 x n,, were rewnt guest of Mr. and Mr. Robert Whltmker. Mr Karl Helmut untarUlned a number of young flk In Hainr of ,M. Hrunrttn Hawtey. Mr. and Mrs. Hunfren Itny nnd Mi Zona Hay spent tlin week-en- d with Mr. and Mm. J. V. I)aey. Mio Maud Tenter of Burditown and Jeic B. Itny, were guott of Mum Hernlee nnd Bele Tcater Monday. Yd. wide blenched and brown domestic and yd. 12 cambric l-- 2c 1000 pillow cases reduced to 19c, 23c, 29c, nnd 33c. $2.25 bed sprends reduced to .Best quality soft finish bleached domestic C 14 yard l-- 2c S $1.45 300 yds. Nainsooks and long cloths, extra 15c, 19c, 25c, 29c yd. values (To 12 c, $3.00 heavy quality spreads reduced to $1.85 $3.75 scalloppcd cut corner bed spreads reduced to $2.25 Fine satin finish bed spreads reduced o $3.45 and $3.95 12.00 quality genuine Mitcheline colored bed spreads reduced to $7.45 Yd. wide Indian Mead 58 in. wide table linen reduced to 23c yd. 59c Womcns Pure Silk black or white double fin59c pr. ger tip gloves Mednme Harvey Tontor Klbcrt Chandler, MImo Maud Tenter, Bessie Teater, Hernlee Teater nnd JesTuesday with sie B. Itay spent Mer. John nnd T. M. Chnndlcr. Mr. Currier of Lancaster purchased the following here last week: A cow from Mr. Geo. Hall, a cow from Mr. Jno. Hall, two steers from Mr. Meade May and a cew from Mr. Join Land. He was a guest Thursday night of Mr. H. M. Kurti. Out That's H'blt. n commuter rushes from the train In a hurry, giving the that Ills time Is worth about Sl() uii hour, It doe not follow that he will not frml rlftceii minute on his itny to the nlllcu unletting n pant of men IhIiik pavement. Hoiton Ilet-au-- Pepperel Sheetings Reduced 72 in. unbleached pcppcral sheetings 39c yard 9- - 4 81 in. wide unbleached pepperel sheet 44c ings yard 81 Best apron gingham 27 in. shirting madras 12 12 1-- 2 yd. yd. - 1-- 2 Vrm.icrlpt. 10- - 4 90 in. wide unbleached pepperel 49c sheetings, yard 72 in. wide bleached pcppcrcl sheet- Yd. wide best quality light and dark percale yard 19c 36 in. plain and figured marquisetts curtain goods special 29c Yd. wide drapery cretones special .. SKIN TROUBLES Miy lefy Litiens Oinimeiilc Eczema, tetter and similar iff ns I 8-- 4 ings, yard 9.4 10-- 4 43c 70 in. wide heavy table damask reduced to95c Good barber and office towels reduced to 65c doz. Good size huck towels reduced to . 8 in. wide bleached pepperel sheet48c ing, ynrd 90 in wide bleached pepperel sheet53c ing, yard .29c yd. 27c yd. 26 in. rippelcttc gingham should be treated through the blood. Outside applications offer only temporary relief. The thins; to use it 3. S. S. the standard blood purifier, which has successfully, relieved such troubles for over SO years. for Sprci! Boakht or lorindl riauml mUtic: wit haul chsift, CtiHl ,98c doz. 25c Aurora dress gingham special .. SSS.Co.Dtp'till.AtUnf.G: CHS. S. S. lyourdiuttiU. MiJkmI Adtitot, 40 in. wide bleached pepperel pillow !ibing 32c yd. special 32 in. wide heavy feather bed ticking ((U .17c yd. .. sc ya. 500 doz. large size huck, turkish and bath towels at special low prices during this sale 19c, 23c, 29c, 39c, 48c and 69c each. 25 doz. good quality light and dark percale bungalow aprons reduced to 98c 39c Zephyr dress gingham reduced to .29c S.S.S. Standard for Over Fifty Year Oomtstle Worries. The anilous man emerged from tbe kitchen, snapped his fingers and ex"Dang the claimed ulangtly: d luck I This will the sixth wife I've had to divorce account tbe cook not llkln' her!" ltlcbmond dod-rotte1 TImcs-lVmocni- t. Good quality strnw ticking (7 15c yd. 5000 yds. 40 in. wide 75c and $1.00 quality dress voiles special . .'. 39c yd. Yd. wide satin 8triped nnd plaid finest quality dress voiles reduced to 79c yd. 36 mid 40 in. wide dress silks including Georgettes, crepe de chenes, messalines and satins all the wanted colors reduced to $1.45 yd. Red Star Diaper Cloth Reduced 24 in wide 10 yd. bolt 27 in. wide 10 yd. bolt 30 in. wide 1 0 yd. bolt $1.59 $1.79 $1.98 50 doz. Womcns nnd Misses good quality Zcphyer nnd Bates Gingham house and Porch dresses reduced to $1.85 j Genuine Kayscrs pure silk nnd Chamoisctte gloves 89c pr. BUCKEYE Mr. and Mrs. Hobart Price have returned from Ohio. ' ,, MIm Lucille Price Is the guest of Mrs. Dewey Price. Mrs. Melin Bogle Is vliiting relative at Bohon. Mr. A. C. Miles sold five hones in Kichmond Monday. Oscar Kay, Itobt. nnd Hubert Carter were in Kichmond Monday. Dr. Hcndren, who was taken suddenly ill Friday is improving slowly. Mr. C!artnce Wearren was a guest of Mrs. Martha Anderson last week. Mens9 and Boys Summer Clothing Reduced Men's and Boys' Suits Reduced $25.00 nil wool mens nnd young mens suits reduced to $17.50 Specials From Our Mens' FurnishingsDepartment $21.50 $24.50 $29.50 $13.75 $19.75 Boys 75c overalls reduced to Boys best $1.00 overalls reduced to Mens extra heavy blue overalls reduced to Mens $1.00 work shirts reduced to Boys $1.00 shirts and blouses reduced to Mens and boys best $1.25 dress shirts reduced to Mens best $2.00 dress shirts reduced to Mens best $3.00 silk striped shirts reduced to 48c 69c $1.35 69c 69c 85c $1.45 $2.25 ' $30.00 fine blue nnd grey serge suits reduced to $35.00 fine hand tailored suits reduced to 4500 mens finest suits in the house reduced to Mens genuine Palm Beach suits reduced to . Genuine Priestly Mohair suits reduced to Mens $6.50 genuine Palm Beach pants reduced to Mens $2.00 khaki pants reduced to .... $4.85 $1.75 $2.85 $4.50 $5.85 $4.00 dress pants reduced to All wool $6.00 dress pants reduced to Finest $8.00 pants reduced to Boys' Knickerbocker Suits Reduced Boys all wool $6.50 suits reduced to Up to $10.00 boys all wool suits reduced to Up to $15.00 fine nil wool suits reduced to Finest $20.00 boys suits reduced to Mens finest $6.00 silk shirts reduced to $3.45 Mens $8.00 nnd $9.00 silk shirts reduced to $5.85 Mens and boys summer shirts nnd drawers reduced to 39c, 59c and 85c. Mens and boys knitted and nthelete union suits reduced to 48c, 69c, 85c, 98c and $1.35 and $1.68. Mens $4.00 Toyo Panama hats reduced to $2.65 $7.00 genuine panama hats reduced to $4.75 Extra special 200 mens slightly imperfect fine quality genuine Panama hats that sold up to $6.00 during this sale to close out Mens $3.00 felt hats reduced to $4.85' $7.45 $9.75 $14.50 $2.95 $1.95 Preaching Sunday morning at 11 o'clock. Sunday school at 3 o'clock in the afternoon. Mrs. Luthr Smith of Judson, was burled here Sunday afternoon at four o'clock. Mr. T. O. Hill and sister, Mrs. Lizzie Wnlker spent last week at Tatem Springs. MIm Kllzabcth King of Bryants- villc, is visiting her grandmother, Mr. Geo. Hcndren. Mr. nnd Mrs. Mai Carter were in Lancaster Sunday to sec Mr. Meade Teater who Is sick. Mr. Brack Grow of Lexington, Is spending a few day with Messrs. Walter and Charlie Grow. A two weeks old baby of Mr. an Mrs. Wllbert Locker was buried In the cemetery here last week, Mrs. Nath Bogie. Mrs. Jess Bogle and children, of Lancaster , spent Tuesday with Mr. and Mrs. Ollle ' Special Bargains From Our Third Floor Carpet D&partment Room size 9x12 Brussells rugs reduced to Extra quality 9x12 Brussells xugs reduced to 9x12 Smiths Axministcr rugs reduced to $19.50 $26.75 $27.50 Extra heavy 9x12 Axministcr rugs reduced to $34.50 $46.50 $65.00 9x12 very finest rugs reduced to Several hundred small rugs reduced to $1.95, $2.75, $3.45 and $4.85 Mr. Walker Bradshaw, of Danville, spent Saturday and Sunday with Mr. and Mr. Talbott Jenkins and Mr. and Mr. Jess Hill. Mr. and Mrs. Ollle Bogle, Mr. and Mrl. Hoy Noel and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Forest Noel spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Jasper Noel In Madlsen county. Bogie. Mr. and The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, June 6, 92 1 1 1 M. S. A Daughter of Chief BURLEY BODY IS ENLARGED TO StMMth Nt Of Try NR Oil Ordinance. Lnn-.ast- HATFIELD DENTIST Office White Crow f rhonea Office LANCASTER. or The Garrard Bank, S. Br l HAROLD SINCLAIRE. V 29 Oriltr? RIJ,ntv37fl. KENTUCKY. I J, J. Byrne Exclusive. Optometrist Office Hour, 8 lo 12 anil 1 ttiu com dance, In honor of the blade iitul lu prulsc uf the giver, und each jcur idiicc he Imd Jollied I ho agency Clifford Durham attended tlie nwluele uloiif. 3 in utnl vvomciff urtUiuted In tho ' great nacrcd dunce lu hiKior of the g 1 Hit, ulna N.w.ar LnivO.1 liitii jeitr iv Hopl Indiana dance 11 tralealan Yea Oat NatalAi etter After Sfatlag Tee Mvah. Tanaa Liver, Retulate Bewel. Aala Plaaaaatly. Sitaraateest. Msnf peopta eat too much rrjr and mot ntt raurh too much eome dnjra. That I why Amerlran auff.r mnrn than anr eotU In the world from Indlceation, blllouanaaa nnd ronatlntlon. With a little thnuiMfulneaa and rare, however, a great amount ot thl. rilatrraa mukt lo nvoldnl and you'll tirvrr realize how true thla la until you become onn of the aev.nl million peopla of thin country who heap a lux ot Nature's n.m.ey (Nit Tablet) ronitantly on bund and um it whenever Imllgrillon. Mllouaneaa or ronillnntlon threatrn. Cnlike laxative purgea. cathartic, sueh aa nil. ealom.l. etr , which merely forre Ixiwal anion. Natura'a n.m.dy exetta n tienrnrlal Innuenre upon the entire illKeatlve nnd cllmlnallva the atom.irh, liver, bowcU and even tho kidney. It purpo. I to promote vlgnntu nnd harmnnlou of nil the orean that handle the loud and ldy waate. That I. why the raault which the uie of Nature'a Remady are alwaya a ilrltbhtful eurprl to thote who nrat try It. The anion while rnrnipt arxt thorough. I. a mild aid Ktiitle . id plraaanl a Nature hr-i- r ard the thorough elran.lnc thi bring tMlr a filmic of rrnl t, ' f nd twn.flt u. h a no pill or cutliartl: IntKt , .vr p roil ft for any t t.rt a J", tut of Natur' named Ii tr 'V iti,' i i it it lu f.ir l( mini aivo jrvi I atcr nt-- nmt lnrrtt t an ai I'f li l mrdl ytu ever ue,t k InaU My r. r It li oit aat u It. vl iKIidtd ly ..- rgtnlzation Committee operative of CoAssociation Tq ilr Have New Members WILL REACH EVERY COUNTY Umlavllle. Ky, June 7. Knlargf-mr- nt of Uie Orgwtlsatlon Committer Hurley of the Marketing As.odatlon from Ore memwas announced bers to twenty-ninhero today Tho new member are: J. X Kehoe. Jlajsvllle; Desha nrecklnrldsa, Uxinglon. T. . Itur-naItlchtnond. lUrry tllovannoll, Islington Samuel Osy, l'arts; CJws. X Unii!nc. Utltiston, William X McIowell. Lexington, X. C Itldgeway, Kulraoutli . the Itv, John K. Knue, Me Qiuil) , Shelby T Harbunn, Using-toJoseph K. Iloblnson, iJincaater; Mil Sunshine Sweeney, Lexlugton ; T. J. Curtis. lUrhmond. Johnson X Camden, Versailles; Dr. Frank U McVey, Ixlngtou. W A. Clement. Spring field, Hdward ILtsiett. I.xlnirton; Ixiuis U Xeale, Ulcbmoad; J Quince WanU Oynthluna, I'rlce Headley, Walter 'llencett, ltlrhtnond It, It. Hanger, Jr, Klrhmond; U A. Kaur est, Kllzdbethtown. and l'red O, Stelz, Lexington. Tlie original live, members of the Organization Committee, who will ra main aa o Kxecutlve Committee of torn. DANVILLE, ) KENTUCKY. This year thero girl of cxijulsllu Opposite Gilcher Hotel. f wu u new comer, a to S p.m.1 J. ft. Beozlev MINERAL DIRECTOR Office Over National Hank. Residence I'hone 3. Office Phone 27 LANCASTER. KY. ntn tho uaMMunt ugent," suld Cltffonl Introducing hltiielf to her as alio stood a lltle opart from the throng of ltiillaii utter the dance. "You urv of lld tribe 1 Hut 1 huve never mn jou. Where do jou llveF" MI propd m ar-tl- he nnnwcrcd, Mnllliik. '.N", )ou "III not W) me again. ThU la my tint reu turn and my hut. My father "IT Oh, t um mi Indian In exile," fol-le- w Chief While Crow." "I." nli! Clifford, "ahall remain Intra herv always, I think. I wa utnmig tho Indiana uud hae leurnel to lovo them, I ask no more of life than that I limy remain here until 1 die, tirotectlni; them, In.otructliig them, I VETERINARIAN. them them and teaching Day ot helping Call Aniwered Promptljr lo help thuiiiMlu." "(iod aid you In jour worthy Nigh' I'hon .117. ftly. Cllffurd alio answered KENTUCKY NtASTr saw that there were tears In her eyes. He claijod her Iti hi arm., and rained klMcs upon her lips und threut. tflio fought hint like a fury, fought For her way out of liN unn, nnJ stood glaring nt htm under the large, j lhu larger tody. ara. harvest moon. Judge Itobert W Itltigliam. chair"You how dnre you!" she cried man j W K. Slmma, Versailles. John pajilonately. "You who weru jiworn T. Collin. Paris, James C. Stone, who have Jut told me that you Islington, and lUlpt. M. Ilarker, " she choked upon m anted lo heli words. "So you think because I The enlargement of the commltt wear tho Indluii card that I hid only marks the first step of the tnovemei.t nn Indian girl." hu went on In tone to spread the organisation to the In Ji ot lutenscst blttemeM. vidua! counties. This wlltbe continue 1 "forgive me." he murmured hum- ns quickly us posaible by tho appointbly. "I love you. I have never nvu ment uf lorul chairmen and committiny vvomnu like you. I wni Inline. tees, to organize each county At thli OIvu me u chnutv to prove thut I wn date, Irf'Xingtou aaad Itlchmond are the not alighting you." only renters which have been comof and all "Oh, you slinll have your rhunce." pletely orgunlzeu, but others are ex nIio untwered imil turned uway. Ievted to do ao during the neit tvni Governor Luuxoti vviia partly ofaIu-dh- n weeks. The function of the Organtratii n blood. Tliotigh It .n. only SEE OR PHONE or hanlly more, 1m- houMed of Commltrre aa It exlsta at preient Is It. It gave him pmtlge nmotig the to perfect machinery In each district aboriginal Inhuhltntits ot his tnte, to carry the contract of tlie aaaorla Tb, B, many of whom hud w4n honon lu tlon to the Individual grower vnrlnuit ninki uf life. Three5 were In contract was offered to the growers the leglilaturv. One owned u Imnk. for the tlrt tune at Carrollton June 4. Lancaster, Ky. (Jovernor tunile the vvelfan of At this time mora than lCC.,t). Quick Service and Good Work the Indlnns hht ittidy atxl hobby. He pounds were signed up for the aiaocu-UonM'tit for CIIITurd, to examine him The contrail will be offered to Uie ti mutter of illyputnl lumlt. After the talk he said: "You have growers at meetings the week of June 13, which will le addreaied by Aaron been aeven jeurt on the reservation, they tell me. You must take, a long Saplrn and Judge Itlnghain, It Is probable that from the (xiUita where M". rent In tho capital, Saplro Is to apeak organization will "Durham." wild the governor. "I spread. want you to Mny mid he our guest at Hookers, growors and other leaders my daughter's wedding tomorrow. In each community Interested in tho grudgAnd, when eillTord nentud. growers hold meetings ingly, for he felt III nt eae, tho gover- welfare of the week with Mr Stone and Joseph nor led him Into Ida drnwlng room. A Oils 1'uvionneau, organization manager, la jounc womnn wns pealed there. explain ot tlie "Ktclle," mlil governor Ijiw.on, "I j plan undthe details reception for Mr to nrrunge want to lntrnlure Mr. Durham." tjjpiro'a meeting The color thimed Into Durham's It Is expected that in the next tw.i MAI CttPOW tWHOW THt STP It wni hH Indian girl. She weekt county organizations will be facts Mulled coldly nt him. perfected and the active S.gn-t"American ships, flying "You niked for your ilmnee," he brought home to every grower. the Stars and Stripes aid, "Well, I have given It to ou." "To love yotiT" he murmured, nnd Actual Data of rUaun action. though ho had he druw buck a your goods anywhere The Iletrayiit of our Lord and Savwhipped her. Two and three generations "To prove thut jou were not slltrtit-lli- g ior Jesus Christ, occurred on the evening following Thuraduy, Hth Xltan, ago, the Stars and Stripe me," he iitiivveretl. April 0, A. l 30, at 10 or It p. m. or, were all over the world. t'lllTord Durhuui wus i mini of Then they almost vanished mold. lie had never loved until according to other, nxm ufter midUnit night; idm-then he had iilwnys night. The Cruel rtx Ion wa about U from the seven seas. But Xirnti. April 7, loved. He knew liv always would. a. m. on Friday, today they arc back again. Ijiter that evening Jh turned Ids feet A. D., 30. The Itenurtittiin, whj "al Big iplendid iteamert, Aroetl-ca- n the day began to dawn," on S'indny revoltrtel) lu the direction of the owned and operated, carrying 'SO. The a 111 the grove t of 17lh Xlsan, April t, A. rexldemv, raisengcr and goods, arc crowd, in their way Into all foreign tree. Next iiioiiietit hu vvns Mrldlng renslon tiMik place on Tl.urilay Mu n Dr. Printus Walker 5 rr IT m Iv-Inctot- ii i McROBERTS DRUG STORE. Up-To-Da- te MP - TABLETS -- tft Plumbing, Heating, Guttering, Rbofing, kinds Cur-rollto- h-- Repairing, Tin Work P, Lev and Machinery. The man win doc not love his farm machinery niver ought to have any. Ho ought to be compelled to do hi plowing wltb a crooked stick and brush hi grain ntlh the top ot a tree, because he will let hi tools rvt and rust out In the fence corner and laugh at jou when jou tell him there. I a betler way, taken care of the plow and hinders nnd the . threshing inn-1Nothing viae wilt, in-runn Life , City Council of the City of do ordain as follows: to be collected as other taxes for Where as chapter 143 of acts of which th city will have a lien on the 1020 provide for tht olllnir of streets property so bordering on such sheets a may be dealgnatrd by resolution for said tax. of the Council. Now be it reaotvej n The city to pay for olllnt all by the Council that they designate on said streets, and any the following streets in the city of property owner on any other street Ijvncnster to be oiled to wit: may oil same-- at hit expeme. All other parties wanting oil noti1st. Lexington Street from Hill fy Mr. Ilratten at once. Court to City Limits. J. M. DUNCAN, Mayor. 2nd. Hill Court from Lexington I'atsy Andersen, Clerk. Attest: Street to City Limits. 3rd. Danville Street from Second Alley to City Limits. Move Your 4th. Itlchmond Street from Second I Alley to City Limits. Once. nth. Crab Orchard Street from Stanford Street to ami Including Hog Mrs. Ilachrl Austin's property. (1th. Iluford Street from CampThe City Council of the Cky of bell Street to I'aullng Street. I.ancnstrr. Ky., do ordain as follows: 7th. Campbell Street from Crab It shall be unlawful for anyone 'to Orchard Street to ami Including the allow or permit hog pens on their Oarrad Tobscco Warehouse proper- premises or to keep hog In ty. May 1st., of any year In ofIf after olllnir the foregoing streets the city limits and any person here is any oil left, the Marshall fending shall be fined not exceeding shall ute his discretion In dlitrlhu-tin- g J2S.00 for each offence and same the balance of it In the city, shall be declared a nuisance and be removed as sueh. taking up collection therefor. This ordinance shall take effect It .further ordered thatf said oiling begin not later than June 10th. from and after Its printing anifpub . .Icatton. end be completed by July 1st. J.'M. DUNCAN, Mayer. The City Marahall la directed to Attest: I'atsy Andersen. Purchase the oil neccaaary to oil sald treets and hare same put on, and he will keep nn account a to the A Hint to the Lenr;.wlndd. Among the guests at a dinner party cost of the above aeven aecMan. was a clergyman who had a reputaI:eepinj; the cost of each street to and the clerk will nates against tion for loquacity. To put matters each owner of the property border- rlclit, the hoitesa turned toward him and remarked picaantly. "Will you ing on each street respectively hia sajj grnre, ot C!f jwj prefer jour soup proportional part of the cost accordi- tot ng; to the number of feet bordering on said street, that is he will assess so Cement for data. much per front foet on each street, For mending valuable glas objects and will report the est ,af oiling which wouM tie disfigured by cosh moo tach street to the council and the cement, chrome ceiaeiil tttay be oscd. mixture of five parts of iMrmcnt of coit of oiling each This It aone tn of a Jutim of acid itreet among; the property owner. chromate of lime. The broken edges : ml the council will assess against are covered with this precd together each property owner and holder end exposed lo sunlight, the effect of whose property border or abuts on the latter being to render the comuch street hi portion nf the cost pound Insoluble even li lolling water. cross-sectio- of olllnir his street, and will assess nnd levy the tax against such property to be known as the oiling tax. Hoes Out Of Town At Ordinance. cenfln-mentfift- cr 1 r grl-at- ln - Williams I.hcii REDPATH CHAUTADQUA Here July 6th to 11 ATTRACTIONS INCLUDING FAMOUS GILBERT AND SULLIVAN LIGHT OPERA Cam-IaJg- u will carry you and 1 1th i dIiii-pi- e l.'-l- gov-erno- M-- I. 11 harbora with the 'Start and Stripe proudly fluttering from ahlp-pin- Sen Ice i Admiral Lln. 17 Sou 5irt, New York. N V Mataon Nalatlun Company. 16 So. C.y Strt. IUIihtmc, KW. Munaun St.am Ship Uim. II IWavtr Stmt. N 'ini, N V New Yock anJ lofto lllS. S. Co., NY It IVmad.av, New Yk Co.. 41 llroaJy, Fatinc M.tl S. S. Y NYo.W,N S. Mail S. S. Co., 41 Doadaay, U. N.v Yot.N 1. k rt Cuha M.ll Ward Um. Nw S. b. Co) I'n ol Wall V- their mini. American export rti, Importer, g traveler, all can help by and tailing undrr the Start and Stripes. Operator of Passenger D, 3, or tiiilMtealy urro the turf. iil file wni M'Uted nt her window of Itoir.t 7s;i 18, A. 1 A. L 1 that in jear ilo InvUlble Ihougli he u Ihiiii. witt to her, "he wus perfectly uppur-elil- . When "he ralMil her eye he w leitrn rolling down her i heek. And then the memory hwutne irre U-l- CTHE MIKADO" AMERICAN COMEDV Klatlble. II.. I.i.IL'.mI III. Ill tll.t Ulllfl.kM. m j I ROLLICKING 1111. 1 lilpfl MVlni'd "IMelle!" he rolled, j She sprung up with u Hturtled get t ture, liiruel und faced lilm. She' lightly. to freeze to idtine. "Klelle," he Mild, "I know wh) )ou luine lo the llopl dunce lut year It wii hectiiise you uro nn Indian Mill hi I um lu Mint. It w us the old, tin love for the vvlldn, ttiu pliilli- -, tnlm-the Milltude. You uru like a igeil bird here. And you tire going to bt' married tomorrow 1" . He lutighiHt ouftry and held out hl d "NOTHING BUT THE TRUTH" WEYBELLE CONCERT COMPANY uk of Shipping Hoard films Um of Srtatvw Ikard .ntxfcn rtuf huns, jur tacit. Irtt in i tgurM at any narar. pau, puaimau't, or (mm-i.UuA a'at cducaianal pUMt at hip and int tern. Weil. Ua In (cm. atknloH Lau. Outttn. Infcamauon IVa.au. Kuum4ll, III V Free N. W SALR ) IN AmUmm rolwi Staal .ItaaMti. klh ad awl aaal waad Swear. AUa mwl Sail. aaJ Lit. FaMk afes.M.4 ar r.a.M. lalatM.ua N,Yk,N . 5f. i . Service Comparison 'Cheapness fadesX y when ore made" THE BRAHMS TRIO SYLKOV ORCHESTRA lt FINE ARTS QUARTET j Wuhituv siurs roK IX C Srl, anus. hiuii mnm. and freight ships to all parts ofthe world an Jail Forsailinnso)ajjet?r etherinformation, write any of the above lines or happy In the "You will never l life that Jim huve planned out." hei ftlil. "You iitti-- t follow your deatlnyj jou intint etnie vvlili me." "Oh If 1 diireill" ) Vald. "What! would they think of mej What would! they say7" ' "Come, Kstelltf!" he whliretl. cnught her lu lit And suddeuly he ii rm s a ml khed her us on that night under the harveat ukmhi. "If your duty were lne I would not urgo you," he wild. "If you had nut come I ahould have killed mjelf," .he uld. "Oh, my love t ever alnce that night under tho moon! It vvns I who sent for jou. I knew you would come then n ltd I know you would come tonight. I am yo'tr forever. Tuke me!" She Mepied oifuld. tlu wlmlmy Int'i Ills nrms. He pulled the latch and led her off under tho windy akles. Into tfeo night, waalwsrd. liar-ven- CHARLES ROSS TAGGART FUN-MAKE- R EXTRAORDINARY NOTABLE LECTURES ON TIMELY TOPICS - WePechdnwawdBePssir.. 5-B- ig all make of uatteries Days 5 -- CONN end REDPATH CHAUTAUQUA SEASON TICKETS $3.00 PLUS 10 PER CENT WAR TAX CONN The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky Thursday June 16, 1921 8 iiaiTOiTOr-r- a V0R' PLUMB ING SEE LIV STOCK (frerared hr tt.e t'nlled Malta t)er-ar- t WOLF TRAIL immmm I 3 Shop Phone yizm GO. uri-rnr- MCCARTHY frhePIA'MIIER 111 I Mra. Homer Ray ha been on thei ick Hit. Mr. and Mr. Hemer Ray pent the week-enat Ileunn VUta. Mm. Eunice Corman h rejoicing over the arrival of n fine girl. PLAN TO ERADICATE CHOLERA Mr. Sim Ray vliltod Mosc Rny aml family n few day laat week. Swine Breeder of Indiana Couity Working to Stamp Out All Mil Jeac Kay entertained n num-tie- r Tracea of Olieate. of younK folk the first Sunday, d If KEEP YOUR MONEY HOME AT City bnnkt are paying 4 per cent on time deposits nnd 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. . 2S CattrrinK, Elc. Lexington St. Lancaster, Ky ram Time and tht Man. French tntlitiilnn cotitludea Hint man at tlic as of fifty the day. Worked ilVi), Xf t.a amused himself walked ratine and been III only spent r rent about M day, or alxiut .1 of the time. A lrt l') 4t". Watching th Bom. "Young Hint), It will pa) Employer you tu keep yitir eye open while yoi are In thl office" Office Hoy "Yea tr; that Jut what your wife told m when he ranu- - in thli morning, ati( m whnt a pretty stenographer yot had. Hotin Trnnacrtpt. Critical Month for Unci Ei. March l rccogn'rcil aa n mther try month he Ins month - a dangerous eouae weather cofidlllnne tempt pe pie to certain Indlaeretlnna, The phll ofophlc old darkey readied thla whet "Ah notice dat whel he observed: Ah lib froUk'h de month o' starch. Al DioV alwaya III" fniUfh de whole yeah.' Speaking of dK, the writer alo word a wonderfully Inlrlllcent doe, a retriever from IbimI and wnter. The Pelal occurrence worthy of mention we the dc'a effort to retrieve a half dollar thrown Into a atreaiii. After several tain attempts to reiovcr the Coin, the beat the doe mild do wu to bring1 out half a dwell calflah ami 1'hlladelphla 15 cent In chnne Public Ledger. mml af AarKulturr ) A county free from hoe rhnlern thla yrnr la the eon I to which awlne hrviil era In Strutx-- romity, Ind., lire work Ine under the culdatico of the locnl county ween! and the dlatrlct veterl tin r Inn of the frilled State Aa n roault of Hunt of Aerleulture. n cHtnpnlen for the control Mr. nnd Mr. Jnaper Sebnitian teil Mr. nnd Mr. Wllbert Dally re ii ccntly. Mr. and Mr. Allen Tenter entertained n number of friends Sunday evcnlnif. MImc CITIZENS r NATIONAL LANCASTER, KY BANK. Ilernlce and Ilele Tenter apent Friday night with Mr. Hugh Old and New. All that U old la not therefore neo etarlly rxccllcijtj nil that In new I nut deaplcaWe on Hint account alntic. Ix-what la really meritorious he pronounced an by thr candkl judge afli--r due Inveatlcatlon ; hlnclhoniW alene are Influenced by the o4nlon of ether, Hindu Drama, t Engliah Cattlt Importation. The liHHrtBllofi of honied cattle from Ireland ami Scotland ti lieiKlaiul dii prohibited t) law in lOVI. tmt later Hit" law kii rceiied ami th linmrtatlni Nr very hirre. hut rwt until IMS did Cngland receive of rattle froHi foreljn countries, and until ISM levied a rote klerahle. tni on en. h animal tin-- J Smart Dog. iBBBBIBBBBaMaMaBaWBaWaB County Agent Inoculating Plga With Hog Cholera 6erum. of choli rn mid atrlrt orennlte,) effort to erndlinte It there hna liem n In the dlaeare In the county diirltte th; lat two yenra. In It I T the loa from cholera In the county, to the county ueent, 10,1am. wua about In HM8 It waa a little leaa than W. and In 1111) It wna about the tame. In HCO, how ever, only tlirve cwaea occurred In the county, which IihiiN the aw Ine breeder In Mleve Hint If tliHr efToni to control the d I are continued cho. era can l practically eradicated, CLUB MEMBERS SECURE PIGS Reglatered Animal, Given to Beya and Girl, In Mlaalaalppl Scholar, ahip at End. publlc-aplrlte- lorteil. MONEY TO LOAN on flood city property. Pay back on weekly or monthly installments. The LancasteruBuilding & Loan ASSOCIATION. J. E. ROBINSON, Incorporated. President Wm. S. HOPPER, Sec't. & Trei. Lengthening Oays. due to the fart that lb ail of the earth It not perpendicular to the plane of Ita orbit tut Inclined t an ancle of 234 degree to the per pendlcular. A the enrth travel round In Ita orhlt fmm Ita northernmost pw sllloo the light l later reachtne tlx aamo point on Ita aurface for a time, but later on thla la overcome by Iti coming nenrer to the aun. This la beau , Moat the ole when they 4raplro fretdy, they 1oe far more wrlcht than In the winter, when they wrap thrmarltef up e In order to keep warm. Hut the la the cne. Krom September to March the huinun frame undercoea rradual waitlne prui'eaa, brcnu there la a greater call on the reaervea of fat to maintain the heat of the txxly. ot With the commencement April fleah hejlna to form a to In. and contlnuca to do ao until the- end ot Micuit, wnen the accumulation of fat ha a to be ah a red out In tht aliape of aula-tnerre-er- Thlnnttt In Winter. tMnk that In Rolling Dollars Gather No Interest A man In Knyette county, Mlaalaalppl. eave alx reela-tcre- d h plea to the iKiya" and elrla" e work Inat "year, with the that each one who received a pie to ele hark to the cluh one Hanging Plcturt. A picture khould be hune In a rixiir pie from the fir ft Utter and one from The donated nnlmala ao that Ita renter cornea Juat on i the level with h MnHi of a erase height were drawn for by member from each butt mid one from the county nt Inree The recipient vvere very proud All night With Sam. "Man," iHtXl. Ilatu. "If Ah Jtit of their idea. The alx from the flrat ralae mali ItM hm, hi ym aiMl let It lltlera were dMrlliuted In December. If the plan I continue! for five year pwlm- - wImiIi drp, ) chkkena nrnl miT i lw. IIom nil de It l oMIrtutliil t tut t 'JOI reelatensl plea tliiw," iut a ile fnl Ha Ah wa will elven iiwny nt the cloae of that ernh lhreNle(i by iHire." anhl time, and It l IiiIhiI that pimbnil found on every farm In hoea will Ham. "I't tn't drni." Amertenn the nullity If thev (dana innture na Weeklt uviill-lihlla the 'Jill which will for BlftH nt the end of the five Conaldertd Holy Spot. cura will be put tip at auction nnd Tlie bleceat bnthlne parade In tha world tnkea (dace nt Allahnbad, India, the proceed iini for a arholarahlp accordlne to a writer In the tendon to the .Stale Astrttultuml and MechanDally Mail, Here In Allahabad nearly ical colleee. whli h will be nvvnrdcd million people have bathed, he aaya. yenrly to the winner of the county chnmptonhli, And It l not even aa If aome coollnr eea wavea nttrnct thla mullttude. Ttie ncorctt tea la nearly n thouaand roltrt ALFALFA AS HORSE ROUGHAGE away to the rnM. Allalmhad'a attrnc Hon la due to the fact that her Uia Plant I High In Protein and Mineral, two holy rlvera of Inilln meet. Thla la Eepecially Good for and I the aactvd apot where Mother tfaneet Young Stock. me-ther chief tributary, the holy Jumna. Alfnlfn reivlMi. crent favor n a rouehuce- - It N hleh In inline ior cood uN nnd protein nnd la for youne took. Ilicnun- - It la laxative In effect and hlcti In protHu, It la nlwnj beat to limit the nmouut of of the or to one-hatotal, hny mtlon. The ret may l timothy hny. t'ae nlfnlfii with n tton thnt la low- In protein. Com na a ernln nnd alfnlfn aa u rouKhnee make a Imlaiiuil rutloii. pie-cluunder-atandlna wwti-emiaiIm- Mr. and Mm. James thew. Coy Price recently. Measrs. Ames Stevens nnd Hub-bi- e Elijeh Mc.Millinn nnd East spent Saturday night with Mrs. James Sander Mr. Johnnie Simpson. Mrs. Elbert Chandler and children Mr. nnd Mrt. John Djlly and daugh anil daughter spent n delightful day uoyston were guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. Wm. an" ter! v mi ted Mr. and Mrs. Charlie """"" Rny. Whittakcr last week. Murphy recently. Mr. Mose Ray and family. Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. John Lane were Mil llert Dally and Mr. Earl Daily were gucW Monday evening ef MiM cim Kay, .miss .Mnu.Ie 1 eater, Jlwiri. CUest Sundav of Mr. and Mr. J. A. Abner and Elmer Ray, Robert Davis, Masters. Thelmn Simpson. and Albert GlHonm were entertained Mrs. Bradford Ilurdctte and son, Mr. and Mrs. Abe Burton enter- nt the home of Mr. and Mrs. Elijah sperrt Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. tnlned Sunday Mr. Dick BurgeM ami .Mc.Millinn Wednesday. Charlie Mc.Mllllan. family of Madison. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Moberley Master Holman J. McMilllan was Mr, ami Mrs. Walter Casey and entertained the following Sunday: n recent visitor of his grandparents. children vulled Mr. nnd Mr. Carl "na ' yVMr'iMr. and Mrs John Ray. lr: Mobcrley recently. nnu .irs. ivnucr vosey ana tiaugntcr, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Ray, nnd Miss M .Teatir and Mr. C. on, Claten Mr. and Mr. W. T. Moberley. Mr. Deward, of Springfield, III., k visit ti ml Mr. Wilbvrt Daily and son were Montn Ray were the guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Snyder. ing relatives here. uesta in the afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Hobart Crow of Mr, Fred Howard and family were Marksbury, Mr. and Mrs. Claude gucata of Mr. and Mr. W. T. Mober-le- y POOR RIDGE. Ilolton nnd children, spent Sunday Saturday night. Mrs. Wm. Whittaker hns been HI. with Mr. nml Mrs. Ligc Ilolton. Mr. and Mrs. John Dally nnd Mm. Charlie Mc.Millinn is on tbe daughters were Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Jim House, Mr. and sick list. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sowers. Mrs. Eil Moberley, and buby, and Mis Penrl Hurt spent Sundny Miss Etta Mae Hill spent Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Tenter were with Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Simpson. among the guest of .Mr. and Mrt. with MiM Etta Hell Ross. Tom Price Sunday near Stanford. Mr. Sale Hurt and family spent Mr. and Mrs. Ike Duncan and Mr. and Mr. Tom Price" made a Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Marlon children, Mr. and Mrs. Homer Ray recent visit with Mr. and Mrs. Allen Sebastian. and Mis Christine Preston spent Mr. nmr Mrs. Earl Preston and; Saturday n'ght with Mr. and Mrs. Tenter nnd Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Tcatcr. with Mr. 'Jess Duncan at Huenu Vista children spent the week-enRnv. Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Hukc Preston. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Mrs. Walker Ilurdctte and children fMnr,nin Xlrfollv- - nml M r. ltitrnnril ' Miss Jessie Kent is with her nunt,'.nent n few davs last week with Mr. Ray were shoppers in tanenster Mr L. L. Mathcw for scviiral J nn(J Mrs. jt. z. prifc nt paint Lck weeks stay. Saturday. Little Miss Christine Price accomp- Mr. and Mrs. Tom lriee, Mi .Mr.. James Matthew and daughters nnied them home for a few weeks Flora Mne Price, and Rev. Insho pcnt Monday with Mrs. Wm. Mat- - visit. Moberley. Mr. Henry Tenter pent Wedni-- day night with Mr. Andrew Stott! nnd family. iwere guest of Land nnd Mr. .MiM( Maude Tenter and Mr. and Mr. Itay la spending a week in Madlsen son, Mr. and with relative. Corner Public Square anil Danville StrccI, Jctc d 7 Vo.f..- o4-- 1 led, m K 1' CI i e mm 9 y RfWJfPCTisa Masweaav' ple-elu- a The high standing of the Business Car is due to the fact that it actually does all that is claimed for it. lf tvvo-lhlrd-a a steady, dependable, sturdy means of delivery, keeping operating cost down to a very low figure. It is - BEST LIVE STOCK CHEAPEST Opinion Ami Interest la whnt ninke dollnrn jrnnv Baft'ly." Of course, If you have saved money you have it on interest if not in nood securities, then certainly in the bank. Thlnkt Breeder Virginia Farmer Who Are Aiming to Procure Purebred. of KINNAIRD BROS LancBSter, Ky. ' - Surely you are not one of those who use shot stockings, tin cans and pots as depositories. If you arc, you'll eventually be sorry. It's far better to be safe than sorry. Wo pay ! "per cent interest 100 per cent SAFETY. bnKs, "From 80 yenra exiierleme In horaea mid brvifllnc thorouehhrvd Inter dairy cuttle, I huve found thuj TliU la the beat la the ihcirpcat." the opinion of ii Vlrelnlii farmer In a alnleimtit to tVe Unltetl Slulea IV partment of Aerleulture. "I think a. ralM-rof live atin-- In Vlrelnlu urc aliulne to procure purcbre! alrt-a.1 211 V Mlature for Hog. policy, where Hallde, to kep chnrconl, wiod uahea, alakiNl lime and anil In n hollered troneh where hoe run have uewt-- to mine Qood It l fc'ood at vvlll. The Garrard Bank & Trust Go LANCASTER, KY. We sell travelers Cheques, which arc good in the United States and all foreign countries, These Cheques insure your funds ngninst loss. Sllaoe for Hone. Hllago ahould not be coiialdervd iim a innltutay for horaea, u Ita ue la preferable only In limited amount ta a ainall aupplemint to the reeulnr Important In Sow Ration. Weh content of protein and mineral rutlou. Matter 1 required In the becnuae tier ml Ik la hleh In theae which fonu the bono nud w uncle of tbe youug pic. w' urn-tcrl- I The Central Record, Lancaster Ky. Thursday, June 16, 1921. INSTITUTE WILL OPEN NEXT WEEK Public Health Officers And Nurses From All Parts Of Kentucky To Go To Louisville. Public health officers and nurses from all counties In Kentucky will be in Loulivllle the week of June 20tli. to attend the institute conducted there annually for them by the State Uoard of Health, Dr. P. E. Hlackcrby. director of the State Bureau of County Health board' Work, announce. The public health officers are required by law to attend this institute, and Miss Marian Williamson, director of the Ilureau of Public Health Nursing, already has received word from the majority of the nurse that they will be present. The programme has been arranged with the Intention of presenting complete discunions of as many of the problems that public henlth officials encounter as is po.lblc in the limited time. On the first two days of the week the nurses and physicians will have a joint programme, and during the last four days of the Institute their sessions will be held separately. Monday will be devoted to discuse sion of the work of the nine health officers of the State and on Tuesday the programme will be on child hygiene, with Dr. Edith B. I.owry as leader. Difficulties encountered In fighting venereal diseases will be tllcussed the following day. Dr. Jcthra Hancock will be in charge of the programme in the ' morning and in the afternoon Dr. Lillian II. South, director of the) board's Bureau of Bacteriology, will direct the laboratory demonstrations. ) Tubersulosls, with Dr. J. S. Lock a leader, will be taken up Thursda) On Friday Dr. John McMullen of the United States Public Health Service will lead the study of trachoma Dr. Blackcrby himself is the leader for the last day of the institnte, which will be devoted to the discus sion of general problems. full-tim. COMING HEFFNER-VINSO- N Classified Ctlumn RATES i Single Insertions 1c 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 STOCK -- GO. With JAMES HEFFNER & BEATRICE LeROY Favorites of Kentucky IN- c FOR RENT: Five room Ilunga-loon Danville street. Apply at George Smith premises. w Dramas, Vaudeville and Comedy UNDER BIG WATER PROOF TENT -- FREE FROM ALL OBJECTIONLarger and better than ever. We can repair your tires and tubts no matter how bad they are. tiring tnem in now. pd. Herndon & Jones. ABLE FEATURES -- ENDORSED BY PULPIT AND PRESS. All new plays Entire change of program each night WANTED: Salesmen for 0,000 mile guaranteed tires. Salary 1 100 weekly with extra commissions. COWMAN TIRE & RUBBER CO. Box 734. Chicago, Illinois. Grain Cradles 14.50; Binder Twine IS cents; Dunn Riding Cultivators, $25.00; Mooth Cultivators, $0.00, Double Shovels, $5.00; B. B. Lawn Mowers, $5.25; Garden Plows, $3.76; Corn Jobbers, $1.00; Hay Hakes, $40, Mowers, $75.00; Oil Stoves, $20 00; Cinch Wire Fence at cost. J. H. Mount & Co. 1 When Ladies Free The First Night or Lady one paid ticket. accompanied with Gentleman with Diamond Ring given to the most popular Young Lady attending our show during the week LOCATED ON Given Away Free ADAMS LOT AGENTSMEN Make big money Gems, the stone AND WOMEN selling LaTuic looks that really Monday, June 20 to 25 Every Night at 7:30 p. m. lts Come In time and listen to the Musical Chimes. Admission-Adu- LANCASTER 35cts, Children and wear like a Diamond. Every piece exact copy of High Priced Diamond Jewelry, Detected only by experts. Guaranteed five years. Write for illustrated catalogue and Agent's terms. LaTuica Gems Co., Lexington, Ky. .) 20cts War Tax Included LEXINGTON To Be Linked With Bluegrass By Air Service Creech To Fly From Chicago. Lexington will In the next few days inaugurate an airplane passenger service to surrounding towns, and expects before fall to have two or more standard air crafts in commission, according ot a statement by Lieutenant J. 0. Creech, general manager of the Lexington Aviation Company, an experienced flyer who has seen service with both the Brit-tls- h and American flying squadrons overseas. Lieutenant Creech will leave soon for Chicago, where he goes to purchase the first plane for the new airship service there. The aircraft he will buy will bo a ship of the English Avre type, which has a speed of 110 miles per hour. It is his intention to fly the new airship back to Lexington, leaving Chicago early Sunday morning and arriving in Lexington by lunch tlnic, allowing for n short stop at Indianapolis for gas. The new aviation company, in addition to operating a passenger service, has the agency for several well known makes of airplanes and has recently disposed ot one to Stanley Etgort, of Illinois. The company expects for the present to have it landing Held on the Halley farm on the Leestown pike, but will In a short time arrange for a permanent station closer in. Colonel James Maret is secretary of the new company, and those interested in the project believe that the time Is ripe for on airship service In Central Kentucky nnd that it will prove a financial succc. three-passengalso-secur- ed Bring the children and hear them laugh. Plenty of fun. Monday Opening Bill "The Girl He Could tfot Buy." Come the first night and you will come every night. I will be in Lancaster Court Day with some extra good Cluster White Loar shouts. There Is no hog which will cross better with other breeds. Their crosse are only excelled by the purebred. Don't use a scrub boar when you can get a good individual backed by a good pedigree at a reasonable prtcee. Any man who has tried them and with whom I have ever talked, says they are O. K. He sure and see them, then buy one nd raise some good white hogs like your daddy uic to raise. Harry P. Edwards, 2U pdMarcellus, Ky. - i Rubber Tireing have Just received supply of the I f a new Best Grade or ami w4H Guar- anteed. Rubber rubber your buggy a trial and satisfy Phone 187, far $1109. yourself. Give sb A. H. VAftHUSS Lancaster. Ky POINT LEAVELL. Every onn pities the wife of a All men are alike in one respect. chronic grouch. The crouch pities They are not women. Mr. Illtl Doolins stitl remains very Association. himself ill. The Joy of life Is like a weed in The Garrard county Sunday School When two people get into a fight the garden. No matter how much Mr. Madson Hell, was In "Lancaster Association will convene at Paint there i generally wrong to be found ue"tanip it out, it creeps right back Saturday afternoon. Lick Presbyterian church Saturday, on both sides. the n again. Many from here attended July 2nd. This Is the annual con IJerca Commencement last week. of this association and will vention Mr. Herbert Mitchell, of Hsrbor-villevery be attended by practically is at home for a few days. Sunday school representative in the county. Itcv. and Mrs. George A. Mr. Thomas Reynolds and wife of Joplin, will be on hand and on Sun Danville, were the guests of Mr. Joe MONEY LOAN day afternoon following, Mr. Joplin Miller Sunday. will speak at the Union church at Misses Ethel Hammons and Edna Hyattsville. All are cordially in Am in position to Mitchell, of llerea College, are spend-in- g vited to attend these sessions. their vacation with homo folks. $5,000 to liavo you tried It T On sack of Cut Cow Ballard Obelitk Flour will convince you. Wo deliver in town. $25,000 on well located, improved By Conn's Hudson 4k Farnau. A Baker arrived Miss Anna Hell Lieut. Aaron Coatcs, who has been 6 5 to 10 up, piloting liris Conn's airplane the past Thursday, from Middlesboro, and wilt of thu week, accidentally killed a cow which' R. G. Woods, Lick, Ky. Tatombe for a guestdays. Miss Grade few was grating In the J. It. McKlnneyj (MC2t.) Lieut. field late Monday afternoon. Mr. Hiram Rasnlck returned SatCoates was just starting for a flight urday from Ilarborsvllle, where he with Spears Turley and as the mach has been tho, guest of friends and reline neared a bluff from which It atives for the past week. arises into the air, the cow grazing Misses Maud and Fannie Smith, near the blulf was struck by the pro entertained a number of friends Hun-da- y peller and so badly cut in the side afternoon, In honor of Miss Virthat it was neccessary to shoot her YOU A ginia Sutton, of Crab Orchard. to relieve the Intense suffering of the animal. Richmond Register Mr. Newell MeQuerry and Mr. do you fever atop to consider Fort Cook and wife and Mrs. Cook's money and Bale Tie. for sal. that for the same sister, Mrs. Carter of Carrolton , lludion A Frnu. no work at nil you can buy n Illinois are visiting friends and relahigh grade pie front its? tives here. Mrs. Cook and Mrs. CarDr. Crossfield Goes ter will be better known hero as tho Misses Louises. Mr. Cook Is with YOU his brother, Mr. Kbb Cook who is very ill at this writing. Lexington, Ky., June 10 With It costs you as much as you the closing of tlio commencement Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Tatein enterwould pay us for it and we season this week at Transylvania! tained u number of friends and relaguarantee that our cake will College that Institution loses a chief tives at a birthday dinner Sunday, alexecutive whose work, covering n though the affair being a surprise to please even your most fastidiperiod of thirteen years, has been Mr. Tatem a bountiful dinner was ous guest. marked by the constant development served and nil present report a good school and ita plant. Or. of the time. We hope he will live to enjoy Crossfield leaves the Institution to acmany more such events. Those presYOU BAKE BREAD cept a position with the Federal ent were: Mr. and Mrs. Will Parson Council of Churches of Christ In and daughter, Ltloa, Mr. Harrison will be some of that bread America as comptroller. Coldiron and family, Mr. and Mrs. "old" before you can possibly During Dr. Crossfield' presidency Jim Todd, Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Tatem get up. bread of Transylvania and the College of and little son, Carl Glenwood, Mr, fresh every day and you pay the liible a debt of $100,000 has been and Mrs. Nath I'rultt and family liquidated, a dormitory accomodatand Messrs. Ellis Bull Vlrgle, Jim, no more. ing 128 men has been erected, a new and Jesse Uollins, and Miss Anna power plant erected, dormitories for iJell Baker. girls acquired and the scholastic Tit greatest man Mvlng It unaware rating of the two schools raised to af his trot rratnes-b- ut not so of a level of that of other colleges the champion fool. throughout the state and country. Sunday $phool e, TO GET BU6Y, keep busy Is your You Job unsafe? Is it permanent! g want a business. You can get into such a business selling more than 137 Watklns. products direct to farmers if you own auto or team or an get one, if you are under CO and can give bond with personal unties. Wc back you with big sell' ng helps; 52 years In business; users of our products.' Write for information where you can get territory. J. R. W ATKINS CO. Dept. 113 Winona, Minn. (C10 4tjpd. life-lon- Badly accept application for First Farm Mortages loaning from farm lands, Plane. per cent rates years. time Antique Furniture. I buy and sell OLD FURNITURE and antiques of every description. If you care to buy, or if you care to sell, write or phone J. F Elmore, Lancaster. Ky. tf Paint Attention Hunters Positively no fox hunting or hunt of any character or trespassing on will be our farms. Any violator prosecuted. W. S. Kmbry, W. A. Price, T. J. Price, Ed and N. U. Price, Fisher Herring, Crit Meadows, Ansel Mea dows, John Collier, J. S. Schooler, Joe CrisciUIs, J. M. Crisclllls, Robert Spcake, George Conn, Jim Conn, Henry Arnold, Marion Johnson, W. E. Whitaker, Tom Conn, J. M. Meadows, W. T. King, John Rich, Sam Rich and J. G. Conn. (Other names will be added upon the payment ot 25 cents.) WHEN BAKE PIE . To Larger Field. WHEN BAKE CAKE (tf.) EXCURSION via i WHEN CINCINNATI, O., and return $3.15 L. & N. $3.15 Sunday, June 19, 1921. Sraecial train will Usvs Lam. caster 5:29 A. M trtturnusc will Isave Fourth St. StatUa. Cbtciimati 8:30 P. M. 5ta4-mri Tim. f7t30 P. M. Cstv Currey & Gulley, Tim..) uk ' For furtlMr MskmHwi !! Tkkot Aunt