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"SPILLS THE CHAMBER OF BEANS" COMMERCE Maxey Says Convicts What Are You Doiny For Your Town And Are "Honored County? Guests." Ilattln llUmr. I .1 ROBERT WALTER TETANUS Dies In Hospital In Fatal To Mrs. Nannie Lexington. Lawrence. M ' II Waiter. Dr and f tht Mr. ariK. 34 jraNr V. Wl-- t Matty. I LoNtsvi'le uunurrd srtMwts of the institution.' "Take the nsnWer of trmtg tr ""111 ,.ner who Mac. m said. law provide a pwnttinent of frM oar u six year' confinement for at orsi they tempted escape. Nrt th an get hJ it seven Mays hrrj I in. I water and alsty day in i tr i " Tn.ier tha present system I which Kmnkfurt. tha 'rvfariMtarjr.' I --. all. la tarned refsraaatary at not . at- art. vr m convwu. Quanta Ufa Nat.jNavl Bank. M. 8. S. l umh. r , rni.ttrd ta strike prisoners and aa t the marry of tha Co.. (iarrard Milliair Co.. Itaat.n i reuit th'jr r MISS FANNIE DOWDEN Mraa.. Garrard Tobacco ought to bo paihed." Varhoue ii rn Vn.tor at th reformatory, wnn Co . Hudson St Farnau. llatelden County Court Clerk. Millimt Co.. Conn ir- - admitted atomiacaoBy art- - net Hto . Lancaataf arched." Mty said. "Neither i. Central Itrcord. (iaadloe & Candidate for Oie iiiTtinratic num. nation fur all County oil ice have the pnsoNrr. ecept at interval Walker Hfoa . A D. Joaeph. K I! MiRuhert. ft Son. J. !' Holtaclaw, b . i .nru.unc l n ltni.rd b the Hxeruttve Committee of the county .rtml week and whan thr dr. bushels of pocketkmva are (i K 9w i nab road. J H Dirkerawn. ixcrpt f.,r thp xllicr of County Cnurt Clerk The party leader adviaintc and Son. The I'untan. Anderson with the Committee have a!! n thr prisoners." f the time, while ronsidennff th ed of th A wrung that Gov Edwin P. Mar- - llroa . M HathrM. V D MrCarty party relative ta tha aelect.on of nominee for the County otficea. have al A T Scott. r hoodwia ked in pardoainic tr l'r.ntnn Walker ft. F rank Hlair. wha um ronnned in Use John Storaie.. Cima A-- Conn, moat mtaitiWoNaly (teamed it heat that the Nomine for Cnty Clark should immt.r for holding Hp Capt. Kinnaird Mro . K S. Ilrawn. 11. C. he an acreptable and capable wo ma. One half thr vatrr of the county V. K. . (). liiatiey. Sj Cm.. Jame Hendricks of l.ouivilie. Mnv-- ; SmlUt. now are women and the leaders of oar patty have thoKht it bC jut and pardon wa not trans- - llaU. I'rMrit Si Smith. D. A. Thoma. fair that the af tha NHmbar of atfkua to he tiled tha voter shottld have at me el through proper channels, Vr. V. M Klhou. J K Seale. F. S. leaat a chaHce ta salect one woman otficml for (Jarrard County. After beint: rr 'hrr as there any excuse far not Hut.. K. II Mark.bary. Dr J. K John W Mre.i and persuaded aad even bejnted by hundred of democrat and in knowing what other oaTenae he waa Kdwardt, W. S lloptver. v.uir'it f.ir. ha said aa the name of Wood, Wood Wtlmot. O. U. I'arpeN depeNdenta and republicaa, Mi FiiHNie Dowden. atewtant cahier of the al ntfen.es ehargad were on the pris- ter, H. L. Kailcy. 1. K llerron. II Pea pie ltank af Paint Lick. Ky.. hat coNtented to aabmit her name a a C. Ilaile). Cha. lteirlnn. 1. K. Wil- oned lomMitsneat card. candidate at thin timo for the democratic nomimUioa for County Clerk. a. Carl Carti. J. T. Hick. W. S, The parwea ef Hlair. "Maxey said, "was the reilt f etfart of a SttNaJert, W. A iMrkeraon. Cronley Mia Dawdon ha fot the greater part of her life ia Uarrard County, and knawn yotiNK women in the county. lUr e.xpremon i earn powerful battd af HliticinM and Itroaddu. J W. iiander. Dr. J. S. oo e oi is OUbert. !lh fnMV of tha cMtt" M Hom. J. C. Williom, mm in talking af lf made men, but it can be earrectly applied in the form relivin" J. It Wood. Jr. A K. Walker. J. of clf made woNMN. when applied to the life af MM Fannie Dowden. I'uintiitK' that BUif' Her J A. Amon. VA C. wa rarnad out ir a mjratenauc man-nr- A. Ilratton. wa a small Kirl and with limited opportunitiiK ahe (iaine. Dr. V (i. Kmnaird. W. It. father died when she Maxey tuled that outatdv r I'd a Kod education and began verat year ago to ttach in the coun I had ben active in HUir' IUUom. I' I. I'riHbie. 0 M. II. C. Hamilton. J .S. CUI. try schools of Garrard County. She lurccedcd admirably and after hvr llr.'t behalf. "I have information that Itlair M H Miller. W. K. Miller. K. her aervictei were in demand in various part of the county, and she Mia llettie Wet. Curtl was known in cbHd circle a one of the moat le'.mi;td to vht un termini a ucc4ful and popular 'tuMinpiM Mac". caiwiind af pcnwMMi Sanford. Ituaaell Stanford, I.. J. teachers ever encaged in that calling in the county. Homer Hland. lion Mt ureat ttutt it whe intUience Mt Dowden work dunnic the lute war suemed unlimited, as her put Illair in the mm it ion to betnte C M Thompaon. Huk'h Moberley. j.rtivititw in all war work were iven unstintedly, rtllini: out many o,uetion J hie to ram- $60.(Hy if mrh a Mini Paul Klliott. Jame C. Neviua, Ii. wn Kdd Dauicherty. neceaary to obtain hi Ilradley r.aire for the boys without favor or hope of reward. She always took a Maxey, who un awintt'd aMWt-m- t Hpratt, 1UiI llriwddu. W. P Unir. leading part in all Ited Cr driven and the same can be said of tht drive uienntendeat of the refarma- - Dean Xanxne. It. II. Wilkiaon. W. made in the interest of the sale of bond ami War Saving Stamp. tor early lat winter, tendertsi hi'! K. Walker. II C Schooler. KltfiN A aitant cashier of the People Uank she ha practically had ratitcnation Saturday U take etTect llroaddu. I.. J. Vanfoook, Kmory .Mum Anna Auatin. J. J. choree of the management af tne llank; the elficial of the institution havlst; June He i MlrceedtM by C. N' Montk'wmiry. Cbu. Sander. Ilopkiiu, of Clinton County Mi unlimited renlhlonce in her integrity and ability a a Ixmne woman. She Kthel Walter MU Shelby Matin. i pltwint ami atTnhlc in dealini; with the public and very industrious in her Itattin Main Drnial. MUa Joyce Syler. Mbv Kva West-ovet.uoiHeM affair. No one can doubt her ability to auecoMfully conduct the "That pmonen are not (Hinuheti K Prectt llrown. C. H. KhkIo. far !K!pintr exeept with mini day J. D. dutie of the office- - af County Clerk, and the Kxecutive Committee ef the (iulley. 0. II Carrier. Mia e in solitary uh bread and water and Mi Crwcilli. Sarah Wlmot. democratic party announces her candidacy for the nomination lielivvini; that nlxty day. in UrifKH it jut n true ,Mia Sallie l.utz. Mia Florence a she will receive the support and enthuiam of the peerd. with equal u the balance of bU Utment.' and Mr Clara Prayther. popularity a all other public undertakings of Mis Dowden. mm! .Mr. Ilattn. "All waned pn oner are Indicted in the Franklin CONFESS Circuit Court and puaithed by one ta .x year additional eMlunce Gets Boots. In Utomrttt nciiKHt" of conducts tht Kentucky Reformatory mi beiwf of "milk Si tsmfNeter.'" .in.t water. SNndav-semNewport, Ky.. an ph Matey. J r .jncf.l h has traJmJ hi reatg n ...n a nnnteNtemt assistant of "in4u .if hit . at the reformats-- ) " Mix denaneed the policy of the new uperint?nttMt. Henly V. Hftstm, a w . r Mid, treated the e Times. J Bitterly criticising Your Nnme On The "Honor Roll." If Not, Why Not? Tl-e .1, and la have aubacrib-.- ! th an." J raae I by t,e rat.njr h.ar.l profmard Chamber of Comim r liniaater and (iarrard coui ' followinc rni What 1 I f . ' f Are dptrval 1 1 prtMn 'litry' Thr orfaniution mat i plate by July It. Don't w.i b aohrited, Uii i your op. r' . and the lime to Kiev ta l.n'c. and (Jartard roant) a live "tva: tion f huMKea men far bti'1dtnr of thta eammawit) A live aaiMitinff committ. . unit upon al thoaa? who ha t aahacribed. thr MinNNMwi hM aot yet Imhhi taar 3.a will ami ba by JnI l. riva thk rowimiitae a cold r Utty what they arc otfartiiK t.. yea and lata it win rare at investment Thaat who haa raadUt al r Vu Vnty t '. . j akrn atck on trie Thursday went of In own accord ".' hu.pitai. sat thinking hid -jut .i wa of a MfiatM nature. Ha Kr.i lua iy irrew worse and an opera lur. wa ndvived as a mat reort to in nfe. When th news cam t. I .am .ter that he had passed friend and relative were .iw.iv in M'.l. for they had not been ap-p- r i if hi condition. He wa bKK rf and until afeotit 15 i i) . l.rf . city, btit new f I.eximrtan, diad in the HoapitNl of that city btat rwKht, twelve hor after "ti for trictui had i i II. f r.. .m . ii ' nr'i.. f ' - mt tt ' " ago had lirel nil af his Hi- went a a volunteer during Uorlif war. with the Dr. GrflHt .i' I.iu:ville. ti.e t.n.e of hi death he held a 'a.'i.'e position with the Kauff ti..ng Company of Lexington, ... exceedingly popular with all tier- - nf tne firm and iU aoci- - hr f 'j imtjwl i II. n., i hm fanlu it i true, hut the ret of mankind, he wn I of a splendid i". intellect and a- - bt n it lerful personality and leawj her home n tha Stan ford piht Inst Sunday fttNon. from tetanus, caused by a Nail which sne had aeridenlly Hack into bar foot ten days before. Up until thirty-fi- x mwn Wore hrr !ath it was theiht that th w,i rapidly rrcovering Frtdujr Night lockjaw developed he .sank and rapidly until death nslteved her stiffen ng Sunday afternta. Mrs. Ijiwrenre had alwny atfil! atrd with the Maptisi church aNd wa one of it most ardent and con secratrd members. She U Mrvived by two children. Mr. I!oytati Ray. with whom she lived and one n. Jesse, now holding a lucrativo tion in Chicago. He arrived at hrr bedside just a few hours before her death. She also leave three hrotn-ers- . Mer. J. F. Kolticlaw, of thu city, Mace Heltielaw, of Preacher . ville and Robert HeltMlaw, of Her surviving sisters b;n; Mrs. L C. King, of Hubble. Mrs John IVpplea of Lincoln and Mr John Sebtian of thi county. Service were conducted at tne home Tuesday afternoon by Ret. J C. McClnry, of Stanford, interment following in tne Lancaster cemetery Nt year, d.ed Mr. Xann.r Lawrence, ajd 67 bt x. Din-vtlle- Candidate For tarb rf al ir.y frien.i with Whom ho choM to m.nitle who will be grieved to hear of his paumg. Mr. Horace Wheeler died at her To his grieved, devoted and in home near Nina last Monday afterdulgent pareNt aad only stater, the noon, aged 7C year. She was a sympathy of every commattity where member of the Freedom Kapts' he hnd associated, xo out to them in church and had aifilliated with tht this dark hour of denomination since her early gir1 The remarn werti brsHight t Lan- - hood. Reside nil- husband she is caster wit Saturday afternoon, in. survived by several children, who term en t taking place in our local have the sympathy of all in thoir sad cemetery, the service being conliurial took pace in the famiy ducted by Ilev. Pnce Smith, of the lot near Nina Tueday afternoon. Methodist church, assisted by Rev. II. S. Hudson. Wheeler ili4r. - to, Woods. TRAGIC DEATH John O. Bode Killed By Horse. John O. Uogie. formerly of this county, was instantly killed near his home at Hiseville. Ky.. last Thurs day morning by the kick of a horse which he wa. driving. While going down a hill in a buggy accompanied by hi .tep-sen- , the backing strap of the harness broke, which frightened the hore ami it began to kick vio lently, striking Mr. Hogie in the head, rendering him unconscious from a crushed skull, from which he died two hours later, liurial took place Saturday at Hiseville. Mr. Bogie wa a brother of .Mr. Je-Sanders of thi. city, who at tended the burial, returning home last Monday. tsi at r. lr mm-u- a. Hen Woods. 8U years old, formerly of Garrard county, who made his home with his son, John W. Wood, on the Versailles pike, died at the St. Joseph's Hopitat at 3 MO o'clock Friday afternoon. He had been in the hospital sixteen months. He is survived by his son. John W. Woods; three daughters. Mrs. Mack Hughe, of Danville: Mrs. W. II. Floyd, of Morristown. Tenn.; Mrs. S. R. Robinson, of Uurgin, ami two sisters. Mrs. Guilford Curd and Mil Hettie ehl. Wood, of Jessamine county. The body was taken to the llaker under- .San-for- WK rHe. taking establishment. The funeral party will leave Lexington at 8:00 o'clock for Danville, where at 10:30 o'clock, the funeral services will take place, liurial will follow- - in the Danville cemetry. Lexington Herald. Hammack Miss Sarah Hammack, aged Al years, died at her home near Law-son- 's School house last Monday af ternoon, of intirmntivoa due to her age. "Miss Sarah" had lived in the county practically all hor life and was loved and admired by many who were so fortunate to know- - her. All who called at her humble home were given a hearty welcome and many are those who will learn with regret of her passing. She was a member of the Christian church and when able always attended church service. She was an aunt of Messrs. Walter, Oscar and Kph Hammaek of thi county. liurial services were conducted at the Manse cemetry Tuesday afternoon, where the interment took place. Darnall Having suffered a fall about eight months ago ami this superinduced caused the death of Mm. I.ucy Darrwll, at the home of her daughter, Mrs. George Smith, on Lexington avenue, this city, lust Monday afternoon about six o'clock. Mr. Darnall wa 7l year of age. having been born in Fleming county- Kentucky in Is 11. Her husband. Charles W. Darnall, preceeded her to the Great Iteyond about live years ago. ihe i survived by two chil- Iren. Mrs. Anna McDougal, registrar of Hamilton College, I.exingten, and Mr. George Smith, of this city. Dur.ng her short tay in this city. Mr. Darnall had made many warm friend, who will regret to know that she is no more. She wa a devout and consecrated member of , the 'rexbyteriuR church since early ehlld- hood and lived the life of a eottae- rnted christian. The body was taken to Ehaaville, Fleming county, WedneJay mora ing where interment took place at ten o clock. e r. Ad-di- Mu!-lin- Let Cirl Srr I'riiunrr. Three Farmers Who 'Hi ktxtement that rUonir are permitted to receive viaitar indu natfly i not correct. No mi tor are permitted pxci'ptimc WWW' ber of the family, attorney and other pemon who may hme a Kood iin.l tutfleient reuaon for eeinK them Vwitora are received throuvrh the of the attaHl uprtnttndent. who waa Mr. Maxey. and o any via lationt of thia rule were Ma fault, It wa tartly becauae of a violation of tu rule that hi retHennlioM wa He permitted a aiked old t Kiri of Pranklui to a prisoner t I miitbt whom he wan not related. nild that viaitora are recoived by under the uptrviaiM of of-liId-yevi-ipri-on- ifuanU. "A to the cUitONt of inaklHi; prisoner the 'honored k'UMU' ef the institution the only inttanre af thtt wot that two weeki ai;o while the tupermtendiHt wai nt the Harlan County Uoad ramp when Mr. Maxey took a priMiiicr in an automobile to a neichborint; town, picked up the prlwncr' wife and daughter and took them to a picture ihow in Lexington. He wa reprimanded when the circumttance wa iliiceverisl by the superintendent and on hi prom He not to commit any further indk cretlon he wa continued In rvlcc, whereat had Juitlce been done he would have ben diaohartted forth with. the penitententlary last Saturday. petition I being circulated in Nicholasvillr to be privscnte! to (lev Next Monday is County Court Day- - erner Morrow asking that he be ami we predial quite a good crowd pardoned. waa found purchased in liM. seventy year ago Itoya t Nirholaaville. William Welch and tireenbriar guilty of murder and sentenced to and are in good condition today. .Mr. lliatt tell in the penitent-mry- . u they were pur a Cormah and Cal Patrick chanted with the robbery of the Partner State Prefe.or Threlkeld shot and killed chased and worn by hi father on his (tank at Salvtan Thursday aftoritM Arthur C. Denman. a Nicholville wedding day. They are made of the were KiveM their examimmc trial in merchant, in the Denman store. Oc- finest qualify of ealf leather and the the Mercer county court Friday af- tober 7. lMtJ. after a quarrel which work wa done by Mr. Nici Kandtfer, leading ternoon. It 4atcl that all three occurred when some of the student many years ago coweeti. wejca ana rami were of the school sought to sell football j ahoemaker It wa al identified by Itov. J. M. llaker. caah tickets tu Mr. Denman. ur of the bank a tha partie who lege,! that, after an altercation held him up and took the money tween the pupils and Mr. Denman, I he bend of three men were nxod Profover Thelkled and his son. l.o . at $10.(W) each. At lat remirU all gan Threlkeld. visited the store. Dur Saturday night, the home and three were Mill in jail. Cut Patrick ing their visit, it waa charged, thej i one of the Mercer county men who profecer shot Arthur Denman and . ontenU of Millard Jolmson, near wa on the jury at Nirholaville thl then held a brother of the victim Iluena Vista, was destroyed by lire, week, who tried Prof. T. II. Threl while th- younger Threlkeld struck caused from a bolt of lightning. Mr. kehl and Have him a far him several lime with bin lists. Mr. Johnson earned insurance to the taken to a I.exingtoa amount af $X.B0O on the hous and the murder of Denman. Putrick Denman M aid to be a native of Whitley hospital where he died. Morton was JI.Wh on the coitleaU The loss county. It i claime.1 that all three made for a new trial and the argu- i very much in excess of the amount ef the mi'H wire under the Inlluonre ments heard Friday by Judge W. It. insured. of liquor when the robbery wa com Shackelford, who denied the defend-en- t ConsokitioN. contentment, satisa new trial. He wa taken ta mitted. Robbed A boot, Life Term. lliatt. pair of of J. M.worn by Allen Snlvim Hnnk Confess And father Iliatt. of this Bonds Are Fixed At Ten Prof. T It. Threlkeld. pr.ncipal of city, is on exhibition at the store of School for Anderson llro. The boot the Threlkeld Clerical were Thousnnd Each. Threlkeld Wedding ere life-ter- Norman Kiekiel Norman. CoNfederab vet ernn. bh years old. died Thursdaj Night at his home near Old Paint Lick. Mr. Norman was a member t the Slat. Virginia volunteers, ami wa af the iiwt to cast his fortune !.am-ater'- s , Lightning Destroys Hnmo Anrl Pnnioni.: Ij.t Good Shows Good Crowds. Ilillie llane is giving the people of one of the best show that has appeared here in many month. The crowd s have been large and everyone come away plea nil. The - s Ijiacaster Monday Is Court Day. to town. We may to come the public that the CANDIDATES Corn and whsat land fsrtiliiar, will be on the square ami wilt be $25,00 par ton. Alto Burlay Tobao "awfully irkid to see u." co Fertiliser. Iludtsa X Farosu. asure program are changed nigthly. A diamond ring will be given the most popular young lady next Saturday-night- , faction and happinets always prewhich is the last night this vails, w han iniurod with 15 A INKS idendid company is billed to appear the insurance man, from death, torere. nado and tire. Prompt payment of same ure the direct result ef now Have jrou triad it? tack oi having mora than tS.000,000.00 in sllsrdt ObalUk Flour will maka you Richmond. force. regular customer. A handsome Funeral services were held SaturNo tide Hne. Jut INSURANCE, thimble (Wen fret with tack while day afternoon at 4 o'okiok. with E. C. Gaines (it) y Utt. Hudson sV Farnau. burial in the graveyard at the diurch. 0a with the Southern cause. Out of 1S member of his company, he was one of the eight who returaod to their homo at the end ef the war He was attached to the stall of Stonewall Jackson, and was on guard duty at Chancellorsvllte the irhtht the Southern leader was aecidently killed by fils own men. After Lee's surrender he returned to hu home In southwestern Virginia, and married Miss Lucinda Youhj, who survives him. Five children were bom, one daughter is dead, but the fottow-in- g ions survive, Marshall E. Norman, Charleston, III.; Walter Norman, Paint Lick; Van S. Norswin, oe The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday, June23, 92 1 1 Cigarette Te ! tabaco atollciaus In th ftavar. urly It's Toasted Co-operati- ve Marketing Of Tobacco. in Kentucky Thi' tobiicco buinc teems to In.1 liot to piece from the low price realized from "the 1920 crop. The production of tobacco is one of the very greatest interest. In our State. Thousand of our ieoplo depend upon tobacco for a living ami many more thousand depend upon it for any surplus money they may earn. It is not only n big thini: for the grower, but it is n big thing for the banks anil the commercial interest in the State. While the tobacco growers in 1!- -1 made no money ns a whole, the tobacco manufacturing that concern bought the crop made enormous divi de ml . The profit in tobacco are not fairly divided between the grower and the manufacturer, as the latter play J to control, in a great I'MCciatlon measure, their product. The Hurley Association will not be seventy-livper orgnnitrd unlc .cent of the growers go into it, and they mut go into It for five yean ' to insure a reasonable control of the market. The organization Is a I self protective one and seeks to pre-- J vent the product of the toil, labor grower being . nd expense of the placed nt the mercy of a few buyers, who net The warehouse will be taken over : ml ued to store and grade the tobacco, ami the owner of warehouse lieceipts can borrow money from the winks, if he needs it nt nny time, un-,this crop i sold. It cuts out millions of dollars of xpense which the buyer now has in securing the crop, so that he cm nf ford to add this amount to the cost (In the other price of the weed. I and, it cuts sut the big expense of operating the warehouse, which the 'grower also Has to pay. The plan has met with the hearty 'rnd unanimous indorsement of the bunkers all over the Slate, and we have yet to find one of these fmanc er who can diever n single fault with the plan. It will not be an exper mint fcr tobacco grower, because t ie exiicr ment hn been made in Ca'ifont.a, and our people are in a Mos.t.on 'a avoid the mistakes whuh were i .1 le in the early stages in Califern a, ami work ftart out with a plan that able, because it has been worked; feasible, because it has been Uiin strated, and profitable, Kecaue .t has proved profitable in prunes, oranges nuts am! raisin, it will be equally profitable in tobacco. Hardin county grower can get from the Courier Journal on application, the full plan of the proposed association, as outlined in a complete address by Mr. Sapiro. Klixabeth- town New. e ' i POTATOES ASSUMING THEIR FORMER RANK Have Receded From Temporary State as Delicacy. Crop of 1920 W11 Largttt In Hlitery f Country, Amounting U 430,45,. 000 Butht Is Study Drop I NatatJ In PrlCM. ll'rtpartit by the 1'nlte.l Matt of Ar1cultur.) DM-mrn- t Willi the continuing drop In price, pouters hne receded from their temporary statui of delicacy, ami nrr their old rank n a great American Maple food. Till la to ln sum) from figure lately compile,! by the bureau of crop estimate, I'nlted States Department of Agriculture, which show that between bartct lime mid January 1, this year, 185,17'.!, w Don't worry, Jim We'll make it I've got Lee THAT'S worrying and blow-out- s too-freque- nt Puncture-proo- 6, the biff idea. You put Lee tires on your car and stop stop worrying nbout punctures nbout delays, frequent tire tire purchases. changes and Lee mileage Puncture-proo- f tires Rive (renter x'm find more satisfactory service safer f than any other pneumatic tires you can buy. tires arc equal Because Lee Puncture-prooin material and manufacture to other standard pneumatics they excel all others in this: They carry our that they are puncture-proocash refund guarantee m;ainst puncture. We will equip your car with Lee Puncture-proo- f f. Thr I tires on this basis. Good IMI built Into nrL tunctur.pfcM)( tlra. lmbtddd rut, tubbf r (I discIn at PotJtoci of Uniform Sltt. MANY LISt Tl'iS IN LANCASTER .afe through thu able to hog the profit. bulk and i of , the marketing of tobacco, baed on the principles which have been so successful in California as applied to fruits and other products. cem to present the only hope to tobacco grower. If the California marketing of prunes can so increase the demand for prune as to more than double the production, and at the same time double the price, we can see no reason why the same thing cannot be accomplished with tobacco, operating in the same way. At present the tobacco grow er get. only eight per cent of the price paid by the consumer of the weed, when he should get at least fifty per cent. It will continue this way until the growers, by marketing, have something to isay as to the price of hi commodity. The plan, as outlined 'y Mr. Sap-rthe California c. , for the organization of the tobacco growers, seems to u both feasible and practical. As he stated in his 'peech here Monday, even if the plan 'ails, the growers nrc no worse off. other words, the growers take i risk by Joining together !n an o, Imllr.r Cases Being Publish:! In Each issue The following IA une ol many occurring dull) in Lancaster It Is au e.i.) niait.-- r in writ You it cannot ask fur tettir proof I,. C MontKiimej). runner, Star Itoute, are seldom without a box of, Do.in'-- i Kidney IMI handy In the home I have u.- d this tenuilv on eeral occasions when my nldni- were g.lng mo trouble and It neier falb-- to do me Rood, t am a farmer and haw considerable rxposuru and bard work to undergo and this put my kidney out of order I hate differed a lot from backache and pain through my hip and there ua one limn when I was past going My kidney were weak and unnatural most of the tin". v. ant to pa the secretion every little while, too. When I feel any of ihee symptom coming on I go to Drugstore and get a Spoonamore' box of Doan's Kidney Pill. After ulng them a while my trouble be, come corrected." 1 a): "V -i btlhel of tuber were llloed on u their way to the from the farm table, Thl Is &t,TW.ti buld rnire than left the fiinns In the correspond' Ing periot a ut;u, or a half bushel additional for ery luaii. woman ami child in the United .State. crop of l'.OI waa the 'Itie larcrsl In the hlitnrT nf the eountrk. amoiilitinK to li.l.'.M"! buahela, mid ' of lhre only UA.UnM1) bushels were j eumaiei us remainiiii in tti nanus or In mower and dealer January 1. 11' ll the crop was bukhel. and tlx" amount In the hand of trim-e- r was aud deulera January 1, r CONN & CONN, Phone 66, Lancaster, KA )er NOTABLE ".(" estimated at l'.'T fi.K") hmhal. When the potato crop haa been large, under normal condition, the lock of January 1 usually have been MUSICAL COMPANIES AT THK hfnr large, and In year 1U1S lh- - of usual production. HtfM-- k nt Jnntiarv 1 I 1 d 60c. Co. Mfr.. Iluflalo, at all dealer Koster-.MIlbur- n N. Y. A woman in IlulTalo, X. V drew up the plan for her own house, lid the carpenter work herself, and nth slight assistance installed the heating and plumbing systems. Itut January 1. .here isn't a jjhost of a show, fel aws-sh- e's married. FINDING Too B f commonly were about of the crop In the total of the principal north- era state. In the cae of the HW crop, on the contrary, the stocks on the farm January 1 l tnnouuted to only of the crop, .ind were smaller than the average of the three preceding ear. when the production was much Statlatldans nf the detmrtmetit believe the greater consumption of pKa- loet haa been encouraged by the drop In price, r'or the entire country the average price recehed by grower wna $.1.00 a bushel August 1: $I.W, Sep-tet1: lljft, October 1: $1 IS. November I; 11. Hi December 1, and $1.11 one-halpotato-producin- g one-thln- le. REDPATH CHAUTADQDA Here July 6th to WEYBELLE CONCERT COMPANY GRADE0F POTATOES Oapandanca Should Not Much Plactd on 8i Alont Knob Dttract From Valu. 11th I i 1 Deerina Binder Twine Better Phone us tight now so we can save yours for you and of course you save the difference. I I (f $ In crndlng jtotntoe too much de pendence Mutiiid not be put on slilni; alone, ecliilUta of the bureau of market, t'lilted Slate Department nf Agriculture. A pi it :i to, fisr eiample, may be o corned with ecotid growth knolm Hint It utll not pas through the nieohe of the ruder, but It iIim-not rlshtly U'lmig In the flrt crude. The knobi mean much watte and require extra time In preparing the tuber, for the table. Or, a iotato may ma ure up athfiiclorlly to the ktutid-arof lre ntul yet be o dleaed lit to be wort lile- -. A potato may eteii preient a fine Inning appearance on the surprlre-face, and be fur" belmv grade because of Injlirie of which there or I no evidence u Ilium t cutting II. rn'ilng Injury, or hollow heart, llluv trute cue of thl kind. The grower hhould not bo blamed for which remit from t!iee cnue, but to a great extent field condition are the primary cnuae of the trouble which appear when Itie potatoea are marketed. k.' d sS ORGANIZATION OF VKKSATIl.K KNTKItTAINEllS VIOLINIST AND CONTItALTO HKAHKn UY VEHA SOLOIST. WKYIiKLLK. DANISH THE BRAHMS TRIO KXCKI'TIONAL MUSIC ORGANIZATION IN A NOTAHLK RECITAL. dlee SYLKOV METROPOLITAN ORCHESTRA A COMPANY ue MELODIOIS ENSE.MI1LE N CM HERS AND LIN SOLOS RY WALTER SYLKOV, DIRECTOR OF THE ORCHESTRA. FEATURING VIO- FINE ARTS QUARTET FOUR ARTIST-ENTERTAINER- S PRESENTING IRISH AND GYPSY COS- POOR POTATOES CUT PROFITS and Labor Rttulu Waata of Tim From Every Bad Spclmtn In Storagt or Transit. Kvery rotten, frozen, or undergrade Mtato that I liiided und eery potato m)IUi while In truiialt or In toruge reduce the grower' profit and uieiui u wuklu of time ntul labor, bay the United Xtate liepartinent of Agrlcul ture. It ulo mean n wiute of time and labor for orery ieron handling It. u waste of car apace, and It uniouiit to an appreciable Iimji to the couitiiuuMy a whole. Through It market Impaction rr-kv the departineut la trying U e tlila wiMtav conw-luently -ellu-iuul- TUMED SKETCHES AND VARIED SONGS AND READINGS. 5-B- ig Days-- 5 $3.00 PLUS 10 PER CENT WAR TAX I Becker & Ballard P BRYANTSVILLE, KENTUCKY. $ REDPATH CHAUTAUQUA SEASON TICKETS flaYtraVariaYVB 'vajK s9B4ssf4iB'Bv'esss4VB4'srs4!IP Th Central Racord, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Juna 23 92 1 1 . Sutton hat been pat few day. Mi Ola Koolin received the prize Erected To in her clan In Donictic Science. MIm Itoie Alilrldk'e, who ha been for Am in position to Lincoln. sick for everal month i Improvinc. Mr. (leorKctowu, wn the to Campaign To Take Down Shaft To SundayHoitk of of hi on, Mr. Troy Mortngcs from Kuet Join Wilkr. Ilonth It Brfun Il0k. lands, $25,000 on well located, improved Mr. Ann Swope, of Danville, is At llirminiham II r League .pf ruling neveral week with relative OA 5 to 10 years. up, time llutt.incham, Ala., -- A movement here looking the removal of n statue Mr. Mary Doty mot o ml to Sumlny to vi.it her daughter, K. G. Woods, Lick, Ky. ended (it Troy, Aln., Ju.t after the ( ml War to John Wilkes HootJi, Mil Marsnret Doty. layer of Aliraham Lincoln, has been Miea Alice Sutton and Ida luunclied by Mr. Col l. Hrook, pres- Speake, of Kichmond, fpent the week ident of the Women' League of end with their parent. Lecom Refcuet. Tiny Infanta Voter of Alabama. The Mimc Iloyiton and ,brother, tUaffa avti'aw clilMnu nrf Mr. Ilrook declare that protest Mr. Jno. Itoyton, motored to Lex Imall nt Mrtli can taki gumes Does Not tntue have come to the Hkaint the incton one day but week. aliow Hint tiny In i fee recent flcurtiertion of the leairue from many tanti Prove. Mim V.rj;ie IIohk, of (JeorKetown, rrj up I'llte Miuat j country and he believe the time ha infl or normal prvsrtli pent n part , of lnt week with Mr. r soybean in come when Mich act n pliicinc the l'liitit.tikt Thunwlay. corn nt the late cultitation Is not haft "will be frowned upon by nil Troy Hotfc returriinc Winy Smile. Mr. Ilarvc Sutton and on, l.ok'an profitable practice, arcordini; to re- - Kood citnen of the South regardless TTm speaker of n Urns prcrra it Wet. of Cincinnati, are expected t luiiiut mild. "My .peea u!t obtained li the Kentucky Agri-11- of imrty altiliation." Suimim K. nnd Mr lie like iu. tern Mjlo In Huimn'tuiturH experiment SUition in testa An Injury hn been done the South .oon to iit Mi i dfwo-l- .n: to cmer Hi.. peri.Ml of ten year. a n vIk!i. ihe says, and a wrong Jno. Suton. oV,.r In Intern! hvM. foW. impression created North, Haft ami Mrs. Charle Dunn, who hu been M,ult, ,huW ,hjlt Jeand .Inn rn...uli month or some other leirtime has been Weal. In order thnt there may be enouly ill for I pea. lowly. Her many planted m com nt tin- lust ctiltivn- - "one harmonious L'nion of interest. ronvali-i'intWKtr. Dualist Art Darred. South," Mr. fnend are bopmx ttt her :i peed f oatli, which t ion. where corn la urvuu runtinu- - North. Knat. West. A eiirl.ri. old fonn ham tliie ni Imti foutfct duel from ,.uly un the wmn ground, that the Ilrooka ha called UHiti all political recovery. holdtnc ofllce In tl.e comity or Mat, .eld of cam hn lieen increased only faith of the .South to join the lea-ruHave you tried it? One tack of la atllt administered In Tcin 1ho i hu.hels an acre. Member of in plan-- , to remove the Mouth Unllardi Obeliik I'lour will make you In !i(H liMPf ln l mall elix-tein.' sods and rrajM department of the shaft. A handtome a regular cuitainer. had any pirt In u duet. Station jtltrilxjle the failure ef this The statue wad erected by fund lliimble Kivrn free vrilli a tack while by HMnipublir suUoription lliry last. methml of cri'Hiiir t the dry wrath Iludton & I'arnau. vr "' ' r we rum ai a lime wneii pHriiaunanip wn heen Tli city cf Ciilciry Alt,T!a, r CUNNS CHAPEL ItH IU rrnin In Wi from C'J. "hirh prevent a atifacUrv irrowth. and when lloolh wtm lokel upon by U(i In ctmitnaml of tbo j l.ririume catrh crap alo nunie nn mine a h benefactor and hero, Madt Maitt r Daniel Noel 11 ill. The league claim thnt thi w:i royal tuouiitl tHcr at atifa tor isrowth where cam a Mr. John Land wa in Jf..ini.nc IU naiiHKl It aftrr Ida ,r(,,i , At jwlnt rotatien owe in foorlnot with nUineHt of the South nt 4d Lorot Calrnrr. n "in!! tal oa Th, MUIilH,r of drought I that tine and that th Mirrivtni' few lnt week. tk Mo of Mull. Kr,.(Uii L Mi .Mary Lee Kurtz spent Sunday in Kentucky after the pbiHtin of a who hud a hurui in the oreeUtan of the j catch crop make thi practice haft will not object to iu removal, nicht with Mm. Kthel ICay. Ramova Blood Etilna. Th only Min' Mean of a.ta Mta Annie May wa a Uot of rcl- n..nniM lilfkul .utfi frurn rlofh U $p!y in Madison the past week. nti -t- urate with k.T..ii and. after It keeping up the nltrocoN I'acume orcttnyinv a full year A rovrfiiment itunil a while. wati In wuna water, 'm officer ha inventMr. Cordelia DavU pent irt of A patte l.'iiid- - of common laasdrf in the rotation and Mfintr the ed a mo that i mare deadly than lat week with Mrs. Jehu Iiiid. and uutrr will retain h I11 riure by feodlnc theao leffuwe and anythiuc oim knawN. awl a now ahell Ilev. J. T. Iicc was a week-ene tracn. If not entirely tn,r crwp4 or turnmi: the atatna wltbutit that will pierce any armor 1 nnioni: KUtTtt of Mr. and Mr. John Land. by th flnt application repeat unj,r rnoel .B,ialiaU the ftNlerul necrett. Hut neither of or iwin1. old n nice Mr. Joiah McCulley them have made the leat dnt in It i not caty for a rich man ta bunch of hoi: to Mr. Kurby Teater. roncre Furthtr Direction Ncedtd. tenirr tne Kinguom 01 neaven. I ney t . Mm. Mie Myrtle nnd Christine Davi , d, mr Krauiinur rt. l j rni,ww.r xvan iwere iruet of Mise Annie and rrom p.im to nm etpiiunini; uuai in I Flora May Sumlny. do In cne of ftre. Tl.e ptipll lltem1 Now that llabe lluth hn been .en Red Top Cane Seed, Tennritre ! jail for .pced.nn I" 'n .11 ""Hed m hi. n,..! ln.,n,.,.n Millet, Cow i'eat, Soy Heant. an increase it. hr houM dcmaml M ttilnjr." he or rlotldnjj "If Hudton & I'arnau. eatclie flr. irniulu rd." -- Tb C'tirl-' lnt' publicity will awe. the STORMES DRUG STORE Mctr John l.nnd, Harvey and j gate rece.pt Han Ilrc1ter ' IMunrd Tenter, Iluh Noel and (.luie4 llernice and He.ie Teater iwre in Nicholas illc Monday. Mr. and Mr. J. II. Spark. .Mr. Willie Mutter and daughter and Mi Irene Spark pont Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Jeo Caey. Mr. Clay Teater nnd son, of 11!., Mr. and Mr. Henry Teater, Mr. and Mr. Iluchvy Moberley and little daughter, were week-enjruets of Mr. and Mr. Harvey Teater. 9 MONEY TO LOAN. WOMEN Keek Removal Of Statue Mr. MARKSBURY Kdmond quite irk for the Slayer First Farm rates accept application loaning $,000 farm Paint Of per cent Lex-Inct- t. - frr-iaeo- Late Planting Of Pay Tests unn Champion Vertical Lift Mower S75 lt 1 Hay Rakes $40. We carry everything in the implement line. Consult us for Bargaii.s. - 1 - ' e Noah Marsee, Lazy Babe Ruth Allot er wi r, i's ri'Ord was hungup l) the Ileuwutf A t.iv diamond llabe Kuth, when lie smote seven home runs in live ucceive days. In yesterday' game with Detroit, whose traditional chot of heavy liaUmanship muu have winced at the ii;ht, the mighty llnbe cracked a homer in the tlrst inning. Not content with this all too commonplace exploit, up came he in the third to send another olfcrinir of Mr. I)au, Dctroit'.s pitcher, to the far-olli T Jr. General Merchandise Bryantsville, Ky. rious ca t of i.s contemporary, Ty c"I'"in uonlit i,., d lev-aw- tr. . a fence. has arisen recardinir the catapultic bnt of Habe Kuth which may explain how it is IKtssible this early in the caon for home a batter to pile up twenty-thre- e run-)It seems thnt Itabe is a be: mk built on colossal proportions and that he is not over'.y fond uf running bases at t ,v fast nnd fu . hu-m- no--ip- An ingenious theory u-.- ,.. 1 structive laziness i, according to thnt school of thinkintr. a boon to humanity and a blazer of progress. Kuth. timlint: base running inconvenient, devises a means of overcoming it and Is hailed as the home run kinjr of the world admired of thou-nniand become. the recipient of ay checks at whose figures the fat merely industrious man irajpi. ls ( obb. Tj save t... lumber.ns: body t ie tlfort, ti.crefore, l.e h.t the ball over the fence and makes the circuit of the four bases at his leisure. That is as satisfactory explanation The ways of Iaiine as any other. are indeed clever. Some there are c who contend that most of the devices that have revolutionized modern industries have sprunz from the fertile brains, set in inactive bodies, of lazy men. Conlabor-snvin- Courier-Journa- l. a' J BUICX six-cylind- er POPULAR EXCURSION d CINCINNATI SUNDAY, JUNE 26th, 1921 ROUND TRIP FARE LOYD J. Present lines of new Buick models will be carried thru the 1922 season. Beginning June 1st the new series and prices will be as follows, f. o.b. factories, Flint, Michigan. OU Price AVir Mrs. Win. Kay sold a ho to Mr. I). Itay at S cent per pound. Mr. Jim Sander spent part of tile week with Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Kay Mr. and Mr. Wm. Kay were visitors of Mr. and Mrs. S. N. Sanders MW Sunday. Jessie Kent ha returned home from a few duys tay with Mrs. - L. Matthew. Mrs. Jim Simpon and Mrs. Adrian Mrtcnlf, pent Wednesday with Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hay. Mr. and Mrs. Kay and Jim Sanders were dinner truests of Mr. ami Mr. J. P. Kay I'rulay. Mr. and Mrs. John Sparks, of Curtn Chapel, were visitors Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Jess Case. Krd Top Cane Srd, Tcnnrstrr Milt. I, Cow Prai, Soy Brant. Hudson & Farnau. Mrs. Fred .Snyder and bah) nirl and Mrs. J. I). Kay, were kucsU of Mr. and Mr.. Wm. Kay recent!). Mr. Kirby Teater was the unfortunate last week to loose live heirs from overheat, which was valued at over 100. Mr. and Mrs. Harris Teater and brisbt little son, W. M. motored to Mn4in Sumlny, viitini: Mr.. Teat-ex- ', parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Tay-U- r. Mr and Mrs. Clou Kay ami children, Mr. Sam Taylor ami Miss (lad)'! Snyder spent the week-etu- i with Mr. and Mrs. Jim Snyder, near tilled an apKoirer pointment nt Pleasant Hill church the second Sunday. His subject. "Love" was found 13th. Chapter of 1st. Cor. MeQuorry. Itev. Wm. $2.35 IM-LID- FROM DANVILLE Special Train Lcaa Danville 6:00 A. M. Returning Special Train Leave Cincinnati 6il0 P. M. (CsainlTia) ttl.U.J informalion upon app!icl.on t, A,nt HAS TAX Kxit the June br.Je Junes are romini;. Some people act to think afterwards. Uut firt Some henpecked husbands are not henpecked at all. It resembles the work of a hawk. Sotvadl Tlmt taiJufltmblH .onwtlilnc sre cutl duuni la what ennbles and forKet lo violate rJi tnifOc rule day tay wltb Uoluto Impunity Itnte JourfiaJ. other v1ilch a irtrl after Ohio Vricn Sidewalk Partlt. Btatlstica aliow that more people are trlppinc. allpptn dllud and Injured The number of abandoned cork s. ind falllnc tbas from nay other i crews in rubbi.h heaps bears mute Another anrnnieiix axaintt the testimony to the ex steuce if pro pernlclo'is habit of icntteriru; onuic hibition and banaiiu txs'! on ildowntk. in .pots It ucct-Jem- Three Passenger lloadsk Model 2245 Five Passenger Touting, Model 22-Three Passenger Coupe, Model 22-Five Passenger Sedan, 22-Four Passenger Gmim, Model 9 Model Seven Passenger Touring, St; veil Passenger Sedan, Mtxlel Mo(lt:l'22-lI 16 . $1795 $1795 $2585 $2895 $2985 1495 1525 17 Ul 2135 $2435 $2325 2! TO EFFECTIVELY ADVERTISE FARM SALES 22-4- $2065 $3295 22-fi- O $1735 $2635 3 Use the Paper that covers Central and Eastern Kentucky Like a Blanket. BUICK MOTOR COMPANY, FLINT, MICH. Pioneer Builders of Volvcin-Hea- d IswmAn in aU l'rineiial Motor Cars CUUtlkaUtt t.'tryyditrt THE LEXINGTON HERALD (Incorporated) For rates and further information write Local Dealer LANCASTER BUICK COMPANY CONN & CONN GARAGE. WHEN lETTEK. AUTOMOBILES ARE BUILT. BUICK WILL BUILD THEM Those present at Mr. and Mrs. J. l. Kay's Sunday were as follows; Mr. and Mr. Henry Kay and family, Mr. Frank Kay and son, Jame. and daughter, Miss Montie, Mr. and Mrs. Jess Kay, Mr. and Mrs. Marshal Kay. Mr. and Mriv Tom Doolin and children, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Snyder, Mr- and Mrs. Baily Kay and family and Mrs, Ollle Black. - J. L NAYLOR, Adv. Manager. LEXINGTON HERALD, LEXINGTON, KY. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, June 23, 92 1 1 LIVESTOCK NEWS j TAFT i Must Wait For Chief Justice's Post. .rdn, Con.ld.r. ChoUe. IMPORTANCE OF BEST STOCK Oood H.t May Car and Right Kind of Feed Are Beat Mana of Pravtntlng Undtralted Animal,. Defer Appointment Two Or Three Year,. -- I'resnleir Washington. June llnrdmg will prolKtbly name former l'reident William llovutrd Tuft Ouef Justice of the I'nlted Stale Supreme (iurt. although the appointment mny be defernil for two or three year. Senator hate informed the l'rei dent that there would be much oppo ition to the appointment of Mr Taft t I hi. time. Thi would not be manifested tn the vote, which o far J are cuneeriied a the lleinibllcnna in would prolmbly be unntiimnul fator of the farmer l'renlent ! Some of the Senntor have disliked artic'ea written by Mr. I'nft and other d nt apptove ome of h: leciamn on the War Ijtlwr Hoard Mr Harding l itntel a having told caller at the White Houw that he intended to promote Aooate to be Chief Justice and Jiut.ee lo mime (loorge Sutherland, former INI UNIVERSAL t CAM Their Medicine Chest For 20 Yean allotted after ihr look .core tbmrttr lb ,ere ml It n." to tone data laat ere Ml tboufbilaltr lite Ihrm u'f. frwjnrnllr I Bnd mrt'U. l et?-ene- . aeenturr, when aniline hack qoarlar f nore I mnJ 1 eee iutmK in lb, l.ltl dra( I Politer, Mo, neklng ent relllfce a li known onlr i reel able rorapoand thenm; trlende eni ruiKimrre what we, Par ir.an,rwMle wt rrfertinf n7 formula 1 rtadlrd and lnteli(ell Ice laieitte, anil tathartlc, en lb market and Ibtir main lull twin trnnflnreadlilthat art on the Niwelt. net was not bit tby tat that tlirlr action we, loo eflolent ao4 tb, Cretlc. and vfttl lb ij.tvm due Is the fart that which enor!i In their action, ene sol Ihoronib rg Intlb, urPrir Imply attinf uitu, while vthm wouU itl pnte en lb er Itrre Meetlnr. enil thai lhr elroo.t lnteriblr qalrlor augmented dcxt. that a rr raratlon to ! (Bret mut l.r.t Ion the href, the then act on thr atomath aailrntlre alimentary rtm. If tbti wae accomplished, the medicine would projuce a mild, but MU without thoroufb. elimination cl lb lb asaat elrkentnf arntallotu, eoj me r frtl better at tmc. Ut After rtrrlmntlnf with hundreds of clinVrtnt rompoubiti. I at lat trfectd lb tirmnla thai u now known at Max, If, wkica 1 true Ixime i mnacr IT is characteristic of P". ecd Iiowel ComrUml. Dr. Me.llelne for Hloaiacb, Uttf lbr nll oij and dot, mora lhaa any latatlra on tba market today. Tha InouieeJe of Mitre Irum mart hare ronflaced ra I we mat, and that Iheueer et Bake',. aaea at a family medicine, etrn tboaf h be may bate u.nl It lor twenlpate yiat,, aircr baa to laera tba ttuee. medicine and tba re-ly knowledge n family ea4 la my 4l!a ol IH r It amene rny frienJ.. tWore I rauted fua to l.ate grtat faith la let RtaMde from tba try Ink And now, I f n.t metetf arariic tba ac bcn I rnsit how lo the Inevitable and ft to anothrr lilr. my crratait alratnra I, la it ra-!- i day and read the letter, that eacd aa eld or elder nail trlnrt front aird kwawVa than I, ho la.l rt aeaeay for I'n, fifteea and twenty year, hl..lro and and bow they and Ihilr ea, Mn'i ik urd liy tlio t'mtetl MMIet lrrt-men- t of Acri ullure I Tin lliiHirliue uf khh tirifitliu- - In the Krnth of lite ti k. mill cpii-lal-Ij- r In the n- - iit t.;i of rtitit. I lllti tnitiil b) Hit- - epTti lire of nil llxll lth aim num.- - gmurr "I ittartnl Mix k," lie remiirkn III It letter ll lle L'lllleil Stllli-- x hepiiltlllellt of Atfrli'tll Irpared role ttlr lot tlITd ruJ tt plo gtand.blldrra bate beea aeotniud Ij it. It li r. eoaenllnf theaibt, ray frleadi. a nan at my ate to feel that ailde Iran hi, own aiereaa. cne baa dena eomrlklnc for bia frllow man. Mr fffatut eatifa-Ile- a, my (rratatt haprlnta lodar. I, the anowieufe mat wiiim wot, ina du. million iotl HII Uka a kjaawa, I irir laoiril aoa win u wiwi, iiiwwnr, hapclfr iople Ut K. 1 bjpe you wilt le tse cl them. Ir lke a. M LIWI8 MtOICINt CO., T. Lome. the fnlloulng Sptemtier Al II.- MMilid. nt luimtlii lie uelirlnil hiiiihI- -. Hint (ut'tlty eUlit tlllllltll Till the folloultit; full till', pound hour our in n lot of I", n mil Smator from t'tah, Aaciate Justice form liunch in I eter n DlloT be lna t arrangment w HID) Jat HltlIli lM'k' The Itllo U Kre Juatire Day shtrald retire in about " under furniero' euro tun "dim t from ir riiiiilntlni tH k lt of the lireed. ntnl ttie were mil When I I ,ul lime In read l'fiitltr nf I lie tturk uf utlici men, I tie result of fiil iiiMiHitinn nini t'twrliii'iiinl feed trials I look from then- - etpe luiMi't uluit I tlioiuht prm tluil for me lo follou. nlid tin- - reult llinusti not eiieplinnnl bate been the imtnr.il rentlltn of eihmI IiIihnI and giNnl fitil tine of my lioar. fiirrowiil in April netrrnl jeiir ilk'K tiltflieil III Miidrv-ii- The almplicity of the Fori! car, im staliility in cnnsmiction, the f.imoiit heat trcatcJ Vanadium steel with its marvelous strength and flexibility, the low cost of operation ami maintenance, its case in operation, nil have matte the Ktml car the rcat favorite in every land in the world. It's the one car that always satisfies and serves. A utility lcvond question that all can allbril. We will lc pleased to have your order. Don't i!cl.tv the demand Vc have almost everyis heavy all the tunc. thing in motor car accessories, sell the i;cmiinca Ford l'arts, and assure the best in mechanical repair work. c Haselden Bros Garage. not intrrptcil .n any rar except ord eMi i'i Iy w . R. E. McROBERTS. Lancaster, Kentucky. IR r. ptum.it ncfr t.i u'.t'i: junon oj doj jjaou .iido.iil .ituog Iltf only pruvi n liar. "1oj Xuil oj ;ou j.ih i Uncle Sam favor world il...irma Now that thf price of otrg i ilown . it l polh!e for more of them to v,o ment ntn! the ret of the world f.ivor the ilinrmament of I'ncle San' ilown. A ' lllif," lie Hild. and the rlclit kind of fe-- l nrv importaiit of prieiitliii: under- slllll lltlltlluN. I 'lit I lie llio-- t llllmrlHlil of all I Hie IIIHIi Willi the fei ln !.- fur It l 'Hie e)e uf Hie nmter that fatleiietli lili tuiile s.i fur n run" cre "III llildltloii to i;.mI receiving murh mention for ;r mediate appointment, the inferecie heng that the President t weighing the two plan. Some people rut n ng thvir rex' Ti re I. il t Mr two year, after which would 1m otrrel the Hare. It wm hinted today that Mr Taft Taft i a habit of .im-r ruvrr Sprayed Garden Crops Will Not Poison Users. (iarden i j I neighli.r truck which ha tu i onume henda uf .prayed cab-- , bau at one men I to raute even the f trkne ajrmptoaa from nr- been rr. ll tne averagertu' tiat pruit n. t e t i. ti 'rci Wt i 1 rt uf.l ? . ( g- e w,t found wuuld hate Althowgii the experiment prove in apite of the fact, rayed garden rropa :rc not Kat many people believe uch a prae- - that voluble I'.ich men often become People who crave smokini; in th., ., 4HH rare ahuuld be ex to be itnneerau armrdint- - tn II .' ionayeroia : life shouldn't object to it in the, over their fir.t dollar, but preserve Agrt-- ' Surh in their J,,witt- - of ti", I" a ilijcreet .ailencc reKarilintr their laU Eliminate All FemAl,, That Are Not next. rrap a rnlibage or lettHee laouhi II . h u turo. rl-aGood Mother to Prevent Appear Wefare going to the "(iarden food C,JI urh a cobhage, .Some people modestly ilitclaim any Still, there i ome atifaction m anct of Runt In Litter. t i:tuce. epinach. gaocberrie and tame. iih aame apttliv to Per Three Cenerat Ion a claims to creatnei, but they become tiendini: one' in.t dol'ar. It alTmlt Have Hade Child Birth when spruyetl with areni-- ' borrlea and eurmnt." over are eoneertuil, I hate net- -i fomel mIchtUy pecvcil if you aeree with an opportunity to bei: n all Eaaier Uy Uaintj l IcaN are looked upan with daukt by' pniflluble to r:ilH under mi) lairain. them. v treatment t liute ivii lot of 'le n ..fix bounewive." muI Mr Jewitt. hn a man chow tobacco hi I Experiment foro and after lukiiik' llliitnitliii ou have .hown that there wife often chew the rag paper, hut not In Hie feil lot " I131.0 absolutely no danger in umg Mich' ar an . vegetable Milwaukee ha put one over the IIJ-far food. In theee ex- SCRUB PIGS ARE EXPENSIVE S lieriment cabbage wa M raved with o'ror .terpr mg nt.r uf 'he It ia a g rl tutuli' i.ar.iiB eii.k.roco. btrt.t-aruata aa. "ead arsenate nt the ordinary atrength A Virginia Farmer Finally Convinced Ar, Mot That Purebred Pay back on on ood Profitable Animilt. raed can be ued without tianger "rt , from poiaoning rni pot. r r XPECTAfIsF flbK 7T- '!': ' eri. uv pryd goote-nirran- wrll-wnalie- d tin-il- w vrnibt. ' U MONEY TO LOAN f city property. or monthly installments. weekly The Lancaster Building & Loan ASSOCIATION. J. E. ROBINSON, iKerpralffr!. President Wm. S. HOi'I'EK, Scc't. & Tres. The poorest man hvini; i he own a clear conscience. rich if. The cheer of irivin u often deter- J mined by the cost of the Kift. j Funny, perhnps but every time we All men know a few thiri, but no one know. le than the other buy a loaf of bread we have to ' fellow. '"couch up the douch." Some men achieve distinction by "Justice is blind," we proudly the by claim. We miirht also add that beans" other gathering them In. U often deaf and dumb. it In the end people who get some- We agree with the lliblu that it is thing for nothing often pay for more better to give than to receive n they get. pecially if it I n punch on the jaw. Tlie county Hitent of Page county, Virginia, trletl lnt iiiniiiit-- r to a fanner In hi territory to keep pun bred liiign. The man wa i A the time of the corn line argument the bojV lv-plfor the )ear wa Jut Marling the nrtument.H wlilrli (lie eounty n'k, aifetit made In favor of piireire in msn went aheuil and bought four iruti plg, aytnc lo did not tlilnk the bo)" flub ould do any better He than ttio'f be bud purrbitM-d- , bought til pig n uioiitb nfler tbeeluh looiett started, nnd gave them the bet nf attention. He liutrlieri'd til tug In January, thl year, mid the lurgeat weighed lT.'i pound Hie prtfe winner In the pig rlub weighed s f.il only u litpound , and tle over (he month. Thl farmer I now trying to buy Mime purebred hog, nnd declare hi erub fot hint more than twice the amount Hie meat they tirodilfed would have eot lilm illffl-riilt plg-elu- outt tr Flint OF gro. It Fixtures, Etc., Stock of Merchandise Groceries, the Undersigned, BEST FOR FATTENING STEERS Fetd Dally an Average of Fifty Pound of Sllag. Some Oil Mtal and Clover Hay. n Store Hie rheaxnt nnd bet for fattening utirr I nn uver-ag- e dally of pound of ullage, two or three iHiiind of oil meal nnd two or three Hiund of clover hay. With com ns (heap n It I In inot local-Itl- e It I a good plan In mid to thl mtlon during the tut two month of the foiling period an ever lnerenlng I amount of corn. fine of BY L. G. DAVIDSON, TRUSTEE OF COY S. SANDERS, BANKRUPT. EARLY SHEARING IS FAVORED Lamb Thrive Better If Mother la Not Compelled to Suffer From Car. rying Heavy Ccat of Wool, Hbearlng, Sheep 1'rncllci' curly horn early will thrive hctier nnd llie lamb will also do better If I lie mother U not fouipclliM lo ruirfer from carry' llig a heavy coat of wool In but weather. There I but Utile gnl li In the weight of I lie wool nflir I lie Weather gel wnrni. not t'rimigli to make II worth while to leave It on, wlieu the ciMiifort nf lb.- - iinlmal I consldereil, Pursuance to an order of Nelson I). Rodes. Referee in Bankruptcy L. G. Davidson, as trustee of Coy S. Sanders, bank-rup- t, will on SATURDAY, JUNE 25th, 1921 M. at the store of the said bankrupt, in Lancaster, Ky., sell following described property: the Stock of merchandise, consisting of Groceries, Notions and such other things as are usually kept in a general merchandise store. at lioO P. tfclkdweiitf CONN and CONN FIXTURES One Cash Register; Two pair of scales; several glass show cases; CARE FOR FATTENING LAMBS Combination Safe; One desk; One typewriter; One check protector. lOne Qlv an Abundance of Succulent tupplemenud With Different This personalty will be sold as a whole if satisfactory price is Far-ago Kind of drain. , Special fattening wcniiihI. Abundame of umileiit forage Upileinelltel with grain fixal that can mostly be grown on tlie farm, ai-w- can- - hhniibl he given lamba n ani in tliy the are otherwise will be sold in lots. Terms Cash. L. 6. 0AVIDS0N, Truitii In Bsnkraptcy OF COY S. SANDERS. villi the addition of a mll amount tit wbent limn uud oil meul, hail a yruducvU the ouat rvaulka. Th Central Record, Lancaster. Ky. Thursday, June 23 92 1 1 . 5" m i HATFIELD DENTIST OrTIca fhoae, oer Office S. LANCASTER. Tha Garrard Bask, RetitJeaca 37. KENTUCKY. J.J. Byrne CxclMtivi. Optinitr.it Offic KENTUCKY. DANVILLE, Opposite Gikhtr Hetel. Hour fl la 12 and I la S turn. J. A. Beazlev FUNCRAL DIRECTOR OMre Over National Hank. Ileldence I'htitie :i. Office i'lionr 27 LANCASTF.lt. KY. Dr. Printus Call, I Walker VETERINARIAN. Anir.f.d Night AS I Promptly Day at t'hnn 317 KENTUCKY AM HI. For Up-To-Da- te Plumbing, Heating, Guttering, Roofing, Repairing, and all kinds of onr of famine nml on ir, i'f n "ii w North Cen-'m- l Br FREDERICK CLARKE. ravn;i'il by 'unn ugn.ii ti new fa hi in- that i ilrylni; Itll, Umi.ii NfVVt l.nl.a I i the ymtliar "l oot, lirfnre the eyea 'llir "rliixilln il of Wulkvr Jhi if ii "icttplc wh'i have entfti one menl Mil II M'lUJlllollul I'tflll In ll ilny n' ration unplieil by America llllliD I ilii; It uu rrliiiliilnrril Imui'trt. fur more than n year. Five inillltin hroUKhout Kentucky. Ilii' Inat trull- - i'lmrafitirUtlr the forty million of people in the Thee little block nml yellow t.ck-er.- , ill tin- - iuHit nf Jtnlatiii Kiiikhiii wlicn- - "ye face north central province have become known throuthotit till- - FlUlH'HllIlt (iriHlll VllirU, tlltllllltf more the world a, lenth before Autrunt unit- t the little tamp t'uit of tln litiak ImnliT limn lln-lIi'ihIit with ulil titiif rlI fund, are hiotrnril to them. Thl Ii have auvej inillion of Chine' from I lev. Dr. K. tl.tnth hy unit It rumv iIhhii mIumi :' e meii'i" mill to the They are .1 tarvation. Itlgtui-- , a rlinl i itliini-ti- t thlrt) tnlli a ". . Mnlllnt. rhairinttn of the China cent ilennminntiona Jenottnc the oy Hi, at UNtniit, ' am of a Ki in Ine Kuril!. l.oiiiville, by Chnrle. .'um reipiired for ("munch wheat to frtnillir tfiii..ruin Irueuc. Tin- - art I!. Crnne. Aineficnn Miniater ut I'ek Inn ly aimtaln life in one boily for a na rMfiitnl at nlirr liy tlir (liip 'i mirilny. The mIoctii of the stamp aale plf. A iiimt llllllUlltiill d'li nvv. "f'onilltlona are unipeitkably !) nl tliNt tin-mitv wllblii llr 'ill," he write, ".May liml srant Hint rnmKiiKn 1: liruUirn ulc, Ainl .1 "Three cent ave n life a day; nut hla rrnml, I may never have to .ee another fS liulitlllg high f.'tlml ut the narttlftiif (it nvc a life a week; $1.00 To ee about you, thouaml liar. iimrcliiHl an inn.i ti tit tllluci' f.imuii'. ri- - .i ifi a irinthn and ."00 ave, 11 pcoiIe with pinched fnce, nnd n a fe un "linll." ILirvct " t Ilif)' Wftv uwril when !ok of dwiKiir, to Jue old mem thi-fixiiiil tlii t.Mtuii: hit) ruck IohiI clutch you nml bee for help, ami umlrr tlit run unit I'tii'nurMcriiiriit f little children u nil oul their cry for .Ml lint Tii'inti. Slip Mua tin' ilittiKli brenil nml to huve to turn nway from' of lllithi'i', ami them it's hell. lT nf Jinliri liml liUtiljr riKx'i I. Hit father "Fumily life i, hemic ileMroyeil im ttiaili " leu Ktrkl' two jftin Iticr. hut Hip ti'lit m ami h uii mi thouMiml, of inn' where the children have been Mld or the men have left lunm-- r hiiiIiIi) Hiiiimiiiu'il Jinl 'om t hunt work, fine cannot Tin cnltiK t famine, until he ha fvvn to tin lojnl "Slut t tin hull nil I It!" niit ami jiiu'll tliiil nif them in all their horror. The uf In thf mlilKt of uti mlilrr "f fermi; nmom; thee people n more I rot; i" Into it wlhl lit" tnirri;i'iHTtili, than our people at home run realize limit" ilMlurliic Inui or even picture in their muul. 'thi-t- i Jii'l Kim- tlit wnnl, lnlntitl "With each new Jay there are four ti"ohi'r hlaroii forth, rillliii; tin" hundreil., of people who room wilh i liinmr uml miiLi. reorh the limit of their reaource,. Not mi." nf tln Ultllik hnvr-tholilS TnplHili P""' out n "Little children hnvel onic since If )ou ar o mffcrtr with llllirli.il will art rtli.l blind atfecteJ I rum the orttor Mrnlint. y.m tia.l. P.i.'a tiiit. "Uhi'tf N .My Uutnlt iint llai) ''iMippeitred in the wort arplicjti'n il IhIuIj. It famine diatnet It liunli" Jud iiimiI lor pile and Tonltht " The ure iu., are Hm4r tfKithmc doe, not im.ru SIM by lillli to think of hi lllolhiT here when whole famlie unable to nuil. rrrpjul. "fihooi htr till iitiiln!" h" .liouti"il, -Uv ontinue tut pdifti' .ruti: f . 01 H. Sate NiuiKtirir. UXttm. if. ami lt'Hilnt upright on it n nil lumW tuki t ilrlnk TIiiti" at ii" lnilln.-- uml no drinklilt Jll'l llUll ttlUMtl lll flNltltlt U'tifii Juit Itun.iHii rrluriii'il to oni cIimiiii- tin tnieiant otrr t lul) j'hat million ;ire perihinif." How Jud Surprised I! Conditions lera of the foreign in Unspeakable. the Boys Il.i'u of Amerlrn, having direct ilie. I'lown ami Thu terrible truth a i on f'i the fe ( haret. - i m,j 'n'ercta In the vat famine erea, ineil renlu .on, uricint the "hinu Famine Fund to continue its ortaiitxationt and other nctiv.t In repone to thl need the CHra Famine Ftiml will nell Chin. Life Stivttiii Slnmp,, the cominsr week ffi gs t I fob: PlIIMR- - m 8KK ! im-ii- fi'l-lr- us Corrcapondant I'mw" "S tai.JarJ" TlaTT'. NCCARTBY tJ. 'M U i H.l. """-a. Raaiaa - Gullerim, Etc. r Shop Phone 69. Lexinfton St. Lancaster, Ky. it ) tlii-ri- - Anawtrtd. Ho. The way to nail a I!oton Itocrer, I, to pin your opiHitient down to 1 Tirnerlit. fact. Movlt Paradox. piirndox of the alcture theater It the fact that r.tngle folka won't taka tingle Mnt. but innrrleil folka will I Film Fun. A nifii-wlm- Moit People Friendly. Nobody will do n much for ymi na you will do yntirelf. hut lot of ieo. pie will do more to joti If you let them. Striking A French an Average. - Ttii-fiir- it K'U-k,- Molotl't declare- that by t n pnu't",, omewhat lmtliir to that uei In preervlng llsh, tha pirn of human life etui be. Indellnltety Chatoal Eph', Oail Thought "Tell it woman he', it chicken ntf extended. Hy colnt Into cold Morn go alui'H bluh." sill. I 1'linrei.iil Kph, mixAl. here, we cnii Mitpme u dot time here alter. lindoii Opinion. ' mention dnt yo'll v. "hut her u heii. utirltlit thur yu' Chjnca for Some That Wa Knew. I lot n irwliic duck er Lit lirul-.i- l. Congo I'nper Mii'lclan wnnted. R. pen p tit Mltnli Juek.onV' ltlihmonj pert performer on bniitiabte. Knowb Tluif Iipnlih. ilte of hunuony not eentlnl, but 1 con-Ii1h- lrt) PILKS! rll. t, 'le) y pro-ilttrli- lttlc 1 r. t Light (Julba aa Souvenir,. It tlM'd to In II. 'It lioll'l uh!. tnatchu!t-- ii Kouveiilr. and tlut ti certain "lire.ikuce." hud to he tet liilde moiitil to cover their theft. boxe, were Salt it'llur and pepj-etaken til o ; but tl.e wnnetilr fancy haa hit Into a new channel electric Hi: tit bulb. In u determined effort to Mop that crnre, hotel proprietor, tire non--t j mint the liume of the hontelry tiuriieil Into tin; Imlb. d force I ntor oti ko I etc. lloston Trillin rlpt. tie blttllrn llorwak mltht ab ntnted If very lnticiilar. Aiiply, lt:iHirtauL A vlgorou opar. Highway to 'Peace. Let'a take hold of hhhd now, aatf promlt e.ieb other that, come what may, we will never hove the tluea, not abue the man who doe not nee thing! Juat a we do. Might here I, the high way to a pence of mind t.'mt nothloi can take nwuy from u. Farm Ltfa Tin Work ShK OK I'MONI P, B, 1 Hi a Qui.k Srrvi'e cle", l Ky li J (. w;l U. Ship and sail under the Stars and Stripes to all parts of the world long THERE wt, ittue. prriin! iier but toJ.y it not It ptcHiJly traJc an.1 au eitablithcJ 'P your good,, or vow can till, cu any part of I lit otl.l under the renrr toutct. tint you ( true once nu.te alt Stan arul Smpc. The program f route, it being catticd out with n eye to the future ai well a, pmcnt need, of Amnion opoitrit anJ lm runlet, an J all Amrtican pto petity. See th,t the hipt you uit ate owned anil operated by Ameticin citiicm tt by the U.S. on u lietirh. uml srnllf huntF ti'r" loolltit hi uouml ni hmtil "ith u ! hatiilkf rthlf f III i')t. tni't thoi" nf Ml,, Tnppun, llnlf nolirrf.1. a, hf at up hi" culiil ut hl filn'il llllfM1. "I m IhlnVltit of jour tnottnT." alltliikt wlil.pt-rii- l thf lad) "I wit, wouderlnt If fho m lonclnt to v witlidiirllit hof totiltht " Jud hrokf piMt lor ita If olic hnil Mothrr pllrtl u xtlntlnt tthlphth. A If iurauiil, hr lioinr tlif puot limdi' for thf tuti'tti n iUfMoli of arl"-dlCUv It 'Ion. thf ril nftT thul, what tind nvT Jud Uuliootil. Ill" lay In n wonk, iluniHk-'- i duif. When he tot about hr ft nihil hi, old Colurudf, did no work and wumlftfd about In military plai-Thf IfiuliT of thf Cfttup, hmoiiilut a wcfikllnt. hf fflt hlin-.'- lf ami if dnrk nltht Jud Ifft thn Cup a brokrii mini nigtiof. Hi hnd He icot n fur to kfrp colnt. iifrt lout or uot, he cumpaii) (id hliti,fU A prcpt-vtlnoffarfit lit tti a grubitakt to try and Jud had hfii loral Ufw il.ilun. filui'atfit na a mining vn(iper Thut had drtflad him Wrat. Ha took up the nork offend. He turned In on or two fair pro,tt't. One day he came hack from the hllla allu with "tcltftuetit. tidied op tht bat he knew how, and wwnt to tha Ta-lhonif. He had tried to evade Ml, a Tappan alnca he huM been loomed at lllgbe; It atlrred him u(i to meet her. She greeted him ulway, with 'a friendly mile. It waa ulif who met hlui at the door he aakod for Judgv Tappan. Sh looked Interolcl n, ahe took hint to " thf tlltint lie iruHil"T I wen' in low; 'l trr hr a. ' w, d Which one of your tignoors gets cue is? mileage BBaBBBBl 4g4g4ga r g " his tires ? EVERY 1 U out of THE U. n S. USCO TREAD Here it the U. S. Utco Tttad. with a longtatabliahd atandatd of Mtvica among motomta who hava an eye to alat, aa well at to price. While telling for lett than tha other ttttt in tha U. S. FaLtie line, th Utco haa aatnei a reputation for quality and dpnJ-abeconomy which it not eacaadeJ by may uta ia lit claaa. once in a while you hear a motorist say as he rear tire with an admiring foot, "there 'a a lucky tire " Give him a chance and he'll tell you all about it. And then you'll hnd that what he calls "luck" is simply his first experience with u quality standard tire. Shirrinj DoitJ. Operator, of I'atwnger Admiral I Matt " Munm Si. ant but.t.Nc yk.N N.taltni (".wiipany. Cr !x. ILIIintxr, NU Yi-- W In. I' y Set fee. .ie Stu.l, Nra 2ft No II n ( Pacific Mall S S y u.. I'.!.. lnJ.y. "... .ml Shin y. yt, nl", I ' ! Dim N S iV. N fti., i f.. W...N It lr,J... Siimi. U. S. Mail S S yi.N . y . 41 llfiuJ.ay. WaidLlnf. (S .s S New W.N ( I ..4 y Vk ariruhMi t. U.U ltuu. H.n 111. I'l l N. W ,Wluiiiit. I t Shipping Hoard film, I,', of(juf ircl, Wk.rJ n.it"n pwtuie Sfitnir'a lit il Irijurtl ol n lumt. lt almlrl. e txe.nl-tti.- t nM)t, A "f.i f.hn.tiTl pMtufa ki. ll th. end iIoki W HI.lnlnMtM lK'r.l. ' u inloon-ik.iIii- II I'rrc uw of tmt.l, If. .l.fii. cilmai .'f al Kik .il ti Sll iin.iii. mi l..a.l. m4 a.iaw.. Al. all, ! okl.ia.il ik. I'nk l"i4 I.I.I B.U.. t im.i. For tailing: " passtnter and freight ships to all parts of the world and all other information, write any of the above lines tr USSUkFPlNC KbXRD MIII'S KIH JiMB Tin a kijuurt" tuun. JudtQ." ald Jud locntlng bii-bluntly. "You know peoplf. proapacta for thof Yeaterday 1 ran ncro" n rich one and 1 I thought had good uewi for my crowd, uhett I found thlv" und he produced a ph'co of ore, Tt'a rich all rlijht." obaerveij tha Judge, "Where did It loinu from?" "The rnylne end of your cliilin," Jud protiitnly. "I reckon found the loit flti of your l.lttlt Jew. el mlue." He hud, mill protetl It nest ihty, und hecama the purl tor of the Judte lit working It. Ili'pe, Imnl work und did uoiider during tho nest inotilh in hniil'hlii): the nervoua hn:ik down, mid Jiiilvii llniikoiii rutno down he inouiitulii idi ut thi (lap one glo rlouN moriiltit. Klntlnt na ho went, hi, fait" rudlulit. "I kUpM" you'll laiird of the ho)," he Mild. "I'tre como to you, I'fvutiM" I never fortft old frleniN. W'll huvi" ti ilnmv, but nu riot. I cuii't ll.ht r drink uny iiiori". f u'i"t to urguo on the but If n moral 'il'tloti, of the iluy, I'm hera with the to-- her father l'i d l'e buy a U. S. Tire anywhere you get definite, predictable value for your money no matter what weight car you drive. The man who has been guessing his way through "overstocks," "discontinued lines," "job lots" and the like, will find it refreshing to talk with the local U. SL Tire dealer who is concentrating on a full, completely sized line of U. S. Tires. For the first time he will hear some struight quality tire tacts and get the difference between chance and certainty in It all comes to this in this country and d.Jr T1r com liirvit to Ihm from fa. rvic A&enn FntS. ar U. 5. tire buying. dealer from Branch. fresh, live tirea. They come direct to the his neighboring Fuctory The U. S. Tires he sees in stock nre There are 92 of these Branches estab lished and maintained by the U. S. Tire makers. Giving your dealer a continuous moving stock of new, fresh tires built on the certainty of quality first every time ih fit r.Ci U t S wed-dip- t. aVW4lf irncB )' N." Nothing Mora ta Add. A witty tlouit u wa, (laying ut the ,9C friend In London whom" wua Juat beglniilng to try her bund ut wrltluc begun an Mt Purine hl attempt on "Jinn." nml had got a far ut "Man wu, miide, ami for aoiuo , " and he time he llvtnl In At thl point .he wna rallail from the room, nml In her uhavnew the dean etilereil, Tuklng up tha ihlld'a pen, ha ronrlntietl writing where aha had laft off: uri early atajrv of aia aaUtaaea l Kr. and aha hotio of kfiiall duuthtfr tMa. JUnited States United States Tires Q Rubber Company HueldeH Brothers Garage, Laicaster, Kentucky. Becker aid Ballard, BryaRtsville, Kentucky, ratal Lick Garage, Palat Lick, Kentucky. InniH-em-a- "at r Th Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday June 23. 92 1 1 NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY ! ICE CREAM FREEZERS, Refrigerators and Water Coolers Have you bought one of our STERLING OIL COOK STOVES with the short chimneys? If not, why not? There is none better, dozens of satisfied users in town and country. CONN BROS. "Live and Let Live Folki." DO 3( EEEIEEIEE i" " 31 The Central Record iMutd W.tklr. Payabl R. L ! tt.SO AaWaaca, Yaar. J. E. ROBINSON. Editor. .ELKIN. Local Editor and Mgr. Ln-caite- Entered at the Post Office in Mail Ky., ai Second-Clas- s Matter. Fcri,n Afjmin fWarewMati THE AMERICAN fHlSS ASSOCIATION r. Uscaster. Je 23. 1921 Ratt, For Political AnnoaacaaaaaU. for Precinct and City Offices. .15.00 10.00 For County Office, For State and District Offices.. 15.00 .10 For Calif, per line For Cards, per line .10 For all publications in the- inter-es- t of individual! or exprt-sio- n of individual views, per 10 line .01 Obituaries, per line ...... Announcements We arc authorized to announce the following candidates, subject to action of the Democratic August Cth., 1921; For Stat Senator Primary, J. E. ROBINSON For Circuit Judge CHARLES A. HARDIN Commonwealth', Attorney EMMET V. PITA EAR For Reprctcn.aiive ROBERT II. TO.ML1.VSO.V, C. JR. For County Judga J. WILLIAMS arrangement, and buried him under the ruins of the most smashing defeat that has been recorded at an election in recent years. The lesson is simple, but illuminating and valuable to all lovers of righteousness in municipal affairs. Political parties and their leaders should be taught that they must nominate men who have been tried and are known to be true if they would win at an election. The welfare of a municipality is greater than that of any party within its borders. The prosperity of all of the people is more to be desired than that of a machine composed of politicians and their henchmen. The survival of decency is necessary to prevent a reign of debauchery. When officials forKot their duty to the people it is time for the people to remember the duty they owe to themselves. An equitable combination that promises beneficial results is preferable to a hidebound adherance to party that offers only prolligacy, debauchery and distress. A way has at last been found to kill the beast. Its hide will be tanned from time to time in other For County Attorney GREEN CLAY WALKER - Give Him A Chance. Hundreds of thousands of foreigners have been Hocking into this country since the war. Millions more will seek entrance in the years to come. Whether or not they will good citizens and eventually good Americans will depend as much upon us as upon them. They come to us in comparative ignorance of American manners, customs and traditions. They will learn principally that which is taught them by others. If they fall among the minority element that disparages law and order and good government it will not be surprising if time finds many of them allied with that class. Hut if they find the kindly and paternal hand of the government outstretched to greet and guide them there is every reason to expect that they will develop into good and valuable citizens. Home eifort is being made to enlighten these immigrants upon their arrival in the United States, but it is only a beginning and the end is too quickly reached. It can hnrdly accomplish the full purpose for which it is designed, A more comprehensive und ho-eo- For Circuit Clerk JAMES t WOODS, JR. For Sheriff DAVE SANDERS Deputies, Ashby Arnold, H. D. Lec. For Jailer DAVID ROSS For Magittrata J. II. CLARK R. L. DARKER Decency To The Fore. American decency may be slow to act, but it moves swiftly when it does make a start. A case in kind is before us. The mayor of one of our great cities was elected by the better element of the voting population. .Much was expected from him. Hut like many another, he fell among the i'hilistincs, and for the sake of future power he forsook the friends who elevated hint, combined with another clement, and plunged the city into the depths of political trickery and profligate extravagance. The gang soon acquired full sway and swept the mayor into office again and to a more reckless squandering of the people's money. Then decency in his party revolted, combined with the opposite party in a fifty-fift- y As a representative of the Republican County Adminis- -' tration, County Judge Forest If Never Told By Her Stapp charges in the Record! of June !th. that the democra- tic candidates and their rcpre-- l It takes flood butcher to mike the selechim. seiitatives "purely for the sake we Good citizens are what tions that will provide your home table with expediency, knowwant, but good citizens are not of political a good fowl and your mouth with a hungeringly and wilfully misrepremade standing idly by while sented a man." ing appetite. the untutored walk into the The leaders of the demo waiting arms of those who Our steaksjare the juicy, want. more kind. thrive at the expense of good cracy of Garrard County have Our chops are always from the best fed society and rational govern- no controversy with Judge) Stapp as an individual, but as a; pork and.mutton In the country. ment. immigrant a public man and the head of a, Givo the There will beno (poor meat to spoil your republican administration they chance. dinner when you buy from us. have the right to discuss him ami and his administration A The Editor Sees It. praise what is worthy of com- Have you a child in your meudation and criticise him: home? Naturally its daily and his administration for his' welfare is among your first and its failures. He promises' noughts. in the near future to give the Hut daily welfare is not suf public facts touching his ad-- ; here is a tomorrow ministration. To be sure this while the Judge was discussing lictent. r'"t things for us in road a future that must be con must be glad news to the pub- "Three in One" that he failed liuilding and at the same time lic, for it is the subject of daily to tell his republican friends idered. c can suggest and promise The child of today will not inquiry by most every tax pay how much time he had spent that any one that may be always be a child. Some day er in the county how the and how hard he had labored elected will do at least as much it will be a man, or a V'omait, Judge's administration has sue- - tu i'nt 4iMin)iiiil v tn Till tli:it as has been accomplished by carrying the burdens that ma eeeded in disposing of so large illJtpoclor, his administration. This is J)b turity entails. i tax fund as Garrard County which pays about eighteen Democracy's reply to Judge Children should be propar is entitled to have at the pres hundred dollars a year and Stapp. (It.) etl for the morrow before the ent rate of taxation with such having get any other failed to an insign.nc.cant showing that ' ipil,,,jcjin to takl, u morrow is here. ,. n n.i.k rtnu,.;All .i.e. s The mind that knows only has been accomplished with l.V induced his Son, I'.UrtOIl Clajr, Sand. Om.nt and Stone. The public waits with IStapp. to accept it. We the things ot today soon re it. Garrard Milling Co. arem.23.it. bated breath for the show ;siire that there is no other re- verts to those of yesterday. i i t ti... i...,Ke o. It has no future. oown no... ... " publican ill the county who:covrnmnt training .. ,,,., It exists upon the present while we wait, the question 1!lf . w w. sign,,,., r, may .e asKe and dwells upon the past. u mRht ,jt, vtWd Man In The Its vision is limited to the wneiner .nitige aiapp is seed too that if the Judge had made things it has seen and to those ing for an endorsement by the as much effort and spent as City. people of Garrard County of much time and persuasion to that are set before it. Mr .M. Mnrthall with the VocaIt is capable of functioning, his republican fiscal adminis- - induce some one to accept the tional Training lloanl n part oi the .: i ... ilureau of war l!.k In.urance, ut Mien i... in wic but not of progressing. uauoii oi ...t.:..t. m- :. .i... i . ..i i...i It is the mind of the person All who favor another such as he had done to find an oil in- - in thr city jeitcrday looking up some who is content to take life as fiscal administration for Gar- - stiector lie ink' lit h:iv found of th rvwrvice men who arc .eekinj; to take vocational training lir hail e " it comes, with little opportun ranii i oiiiiiv no lour ti,,, several boy, to enter Herea Cllr,-am- i u.uitl ,.i engineer. ity for improvement and less raise Hands inu iet .Judge, Judge on a good salary two other in.titutlon. Stapp direct you how to vote. sons in good jobs, drawing eifort toward advancement. The daily welfare of a child How many hands?.. We opine from the county treasury, looks For Sale. is one of great concern, but many will say in answer to this, very much like "three in one." My ,1'Ven room home ami four the shaping of the mind for the that less has been done on the It was suggested what may acre of land. Nice burn am) ch.ck-e- n future is of infinitely more im roads of the county for the be home. Cood cistern and rci!ar. done for the roads in the years past three and one-haportance. county by future administra Located in llnckley, about leveti than the same number of tions, and we can join .u.'niilci from Lancntcr. For further tnet Unlimited sums for pleas years since the macadam roads Judge in the hope that an ad- nformntion, utfte Mr.. Jennie Comlej. of the county have been free to ure: ministration will be elected who 2051 South !'enny!.inia St , Less the public to travel. Nothing for humanity! Indianapolis In t are capable and who will do l .It.) Ingratitude for service well than five miles of reconstruc ted road in three and one-haperformed ! years. We note that Judge Thousands of rich men will pay great sums for the privi- - Stapp very carefully avoided ege of seeing the fight be giving any explanation of why tween Carpentier and Demp- - he refused to take the thous ands of dollars that Garrard sey. Hordes of people who can ill County had paid into the State afford the price of admission Treasury as a State Tax Road will also view the battle of the Fund and which was due to come back to the county. We pugilistic giants. Hut there are thousands of charge now that Judge Stapp others who will not see the will not answer that question. "mill" who could not if they nor will his republican associ would. They are men who ates undertake to answer it have fought in a greater battle, for him because any attempt with nobler impulses, and for to answer would be such reasa more worthy cause. They ons that every tax payer, re are the sick and the crippled gardless of politics, in the county would condemn. It veterans of the world war young men who crossed the may be suggested in this conseas and gave of their blood nection that Mr. R. I). Me- and their manhood in the cause Murtry could find good reasons of home and country. for refusing to accept an apWe have quite a number of freezers on These helpless heroes are pointment as County Road enhand and in order to sell them are offering herded in over crowded hos- gineer which he held just long pitals or farmed out to other enough to find the County them to you at cost. We have the "GREAT institutions where neither the Road Fund bag practically WHITE MOUNTAIN" and the "LITTLE WON comfort or the food is what it empty with a large surplus of should be. money to( road machinery and DER ACME" five minute freezers. We can Will these battered and pay for but little work. The furnish you any size. While they last, a baremaciated service men think Judge thinks that the sugges of the coming light in their iso- tion of "three in one" very un gain to you. lation and neglect? kind on the part of democra They will! tic candidates and he is "will They will wonder why mil- ing to leave it to the public." lions of dollars can be spent He thinks his Hon, Irvine Stapp on a single prize tight by men working very cheap when he who sidestep the expenditure gets the same salary an Harve of a few dimes on those who Robinson, who is an expert in fought in a nobler cause. road construction, having had They have no reason to over ten years experience in Lancaster, Ky. wonder. Garrard County. How many good republicans of Garrard County could Judge Stapp have the trout Sewer Pipe, all ii(, Fire Clay, Fire Brick, Fire Back,, Thimble,, found to have taken this good Rock, Sand anal Cement. job of abo;it four dollars a day. Carrara) Milling Co. In this connection we note that 23 41. detailed course of instruction in the duties of American citi-- i zenry and business activity should be provided' every foreigner who lands upon our shores in future years, and not one of them should bo sent out into the hive of American industry until he has acquired a clear understanding of the opportunities before him and of the duties that devolve upon DEMOCRATIC COMMITTEE Replies To Judge Stapp A GOOD CHICKEN Feathers Currey & GuUey. 1 ofu j J . .,.,.,.,..,, -- - iit-uu- i . lf (d-.'- lf Ice Cream Freezers At a reduced price to you. Now is the time of year for them. Youjwant one we sell them. HASELDEN BROS. WtyOtMffi Tha Cantral Record. Lancattai , Ky., Thursday, June 23 92 1 1 Mm, Henry Moore it pending eral day in Cincinnati. Mil Pearl Ortki cent Kiicit of Mum scl- i tic Oak. i ha bten the re VirRle nnd Myr- - We are showing a new line of Mid-Summ- I)avrd.an ami J. II. Conn nrc in I.ouliville today on bui-ntIlmjrnc Mim l)al)e returned to I.ouliville !it Sunday with Mr. and !Mr. Kwlnu-- Stultr. Mr. and Mn. .1. M. Hollard", of Danville, with pent the week-enMr ntxl Mr. I.oyd Ileurne. d Mcr. L (. er Hats all colors. in wool, felt, duvetyn Alio nif- ty line of Feather Hats in white and colors. 5est Adds are Worn Not Written. QUALITY CONSIDERED THE VALUE FRANCIS-SIWI- TH WE ARE Jnhnuttn Knrr.i hat returned for the vacation season after attending at N'nzcrcth, near j Hardftown. Mi hunu- iehl Mr. Durbin-Thom- as Tmo Lancaster Wins From Hustonville. In a hard K.i me the Cyn-thwin- a, ur-p- re OFFERING ARE UNBEATABLE. Tricoet Blouses Another large shipment of Trlcolette Blouses just received at the very special price of $3.50. SLIPPERS-SLIPPERS-SLIPPE- RS Now is your chance if you wear from size ,sCn.y One lot of Slippers going at $2.49 per pair. They are all worth two to three times the above amount but we only have a couple pair of a lot left, which is our reason for such a rediculously low price. 3 to 5. Shipment of Silk Hosiery Just In VAN RAALTE GLOVE SILK HOSE in .ill tltf new patterns and toiors as well. All kinds f plain silk hose. .hist rfcvivtnl noniv in atitiful new patterns in l.onimc Ct inlhams, you haw been looking for. fought, clean played Frifd N'ctfthbori, of town team took Middlcbaro, upent n few day Int incton lait Monday, came a a the Hustonville boy. into camp on the week with Mr. and Mr. J. II. Hourne, to friends of the contracting local diamond tart Friday afternoon on the .Stanford road. partie. in this city, few knowing that by the icore of 7 to V uch an event war to take place. The local lads started the came Mi Lucille Spratt and Mri. Mi Durbin I well and popularly rii;ht by piling up three wires against Kichard llrmvn and family motored known here, where he often vtoitcd the visitors in the tint inning ami to Taint Lek .Sunday and ..pent the Mi Chrntine Sander, uhlle clar keeping the lead throughout the enday with Mr. W. (). lloyle. mate at Hamilton College. Mr. tire contort. ir one .of the mot popular Lackey and Schooler were the bat- .Mr. and Mr. I.oyd Hourne and Thoma , ' " I Virginia iHm, daughter. Klla Mae am terie. for the home team ami bitn l.oi, were the Kueta Monday of Mr cn ami mi ioi. m ineno. wuu the! p,Hye( th,.jr exc0rnt KilnlL. 0f belli winning , a onc of tm. b from U0R. and Mr. J. M. Kollnrd- - in Danville congratulate him upon beautifu v)(. fto(. hand and hart of thi Wc . m thc ,aU ,f v ... . -Mr. llurtori Woodward and little young lady. The Lexington Herald , . ., ,; concerning the . daughter, Klizabvth Cnh. of Wil- - h:. th following they i liamnburi;. their i?rand- - w eIHing: are L'unti of fact that meant an out when Mary Dan Durbin, of Cynthi-am- i, they made Mi parenti, Judge and Mrr. K. W. uch an attempt. and Mr. David Allen Thoma, Harm. Kinnnird played a good game nt of Iincaiter, were married Monday llrtb:ie nnd it looked at time that n Mr. and Mr. Kwing Stultz and at the residence of thc oilieating it would be impo.ilile for him to bahic. June Hourne and Jnno jitter. Ilev. I. J. Spencer, lil t make the catche that he made, while have returned to their home nut trevt. The bride i pretty and Wood on second did not let the boy in l.oui'Ville, after (pending a week attractive and i a graduate of Ham-wit- h put anything over on him. Mr. Stultz'. parent, Mr. and ilton College, having received her Capt. Miller on short top and Igree at the recent commencement. H':ilkir .1. 11. Hourne. tin thir.l nlfivu.1 .in ir,firli.t hnni!nmi nntl umv Th bridegroom ,.... otd at .: tht' Wlr ... Prof. f. (J. HntHeld and wife and. 7 : m'" iing the .tick. Orohnnl .rv .l,..tI..M. ; f " ner of farming in tinrrara county j The fielder coniiiting of Joseph, Mi ll.rtha H.ittield, of Itu.-el- l The young couple will re.ide in Lan Sanford, Jenkin and "Hattle Ax" Spring and Mi Hortha Walter, of carter. The bride'.- - mother, Mr Cox Kicked them all, one of thc pret- Jaber. have been visiting Dr. and Mary l.ou Durbin, and .Mr. W. H. . i. . I o II.. tti'.l nl.iv nf thn nntlrn itnm.i un M t. " of the wed- - whtn the viitors ha(j Uso mcn ou Arilery were witner.-- e Mr. and I to M mnrnnct' of Mr. D. A. Thomas Mary Dan Ilurbin, of which wa rolcmnizcd In I.ex. ' ' I ,.... min-twi- Wnl-Kwm- g, j de-M- . ..... M. frl. Mr. II. F. Hroaddu and family, i 'Unwho have lived in Nieholaiville for All Srwrr Pipe, Firr Brick, civiral yeni. have moved Kick to I'irc liter Sand, Ccmrnt and Stone. Clay, having rontel the A. F. Garrard Milling Co. 31. Sander property on Danville avenue. I ancarter extend them a hearty welcome. 3 H. The many friend of Dr. ami Mr. II. .Montgomery, of Paint Lick, BUY Gossip About v People A Brief IN I LANCASTER. 1. are aa Mr. It. C. Urewer an I ih.Mrcn. hnirra Walker i attending t'le niimmcr term at the Normal of ' elicit, OUa,, nrc guet of her parn:. Mr in t Mrr J J Walkir .jioo in Uichmun.l. M Coin! ttyTh Mir.tioa ol th Comln(i and Vtt Art UliroUd In. M:t friend her noil Ilernicc ( nanip n vwting ii I.cx.ngton. In Mrs. Mildred lteailey Stanford. i veiling re- Mlie Kthel Walter ha been a cent visitor in Lexington. at home Mr. Clay KaulTinan I from Covington for n few day tay. Mr. nnd Mr. Theo. Currcy have been recent vwitor In Lexington. returned Huth Carrier ha Mt from a viait to friend in Lexington. I'i'arl t)nk ha returned from a vint to relative and friends in Lexington. Ml Mr. ltobert Tomlinon, of Lexington, ha been a recent viiitor in Mn. Kmnui lllgginbotham ha re- turned from n icveral weoki vliit in Aihvllle, N. 0. MU Nannie I.aVeme llourne Mr. nnd Muting her grand-parenMie Kmily and Willie Mae Mr. Tho. llourne at Hubble. llourne and Mr. Cleveland llourne, Mr. W II. Mason it the gueit of were vudtuu at Crab Orchard her daughter, Mri. W. Fox Logan Springs Sunday. and Mr. Logan in Wilke llarre, I'a. Mr. and .Mr. W. A. Fa man and on, Kennedy, upcnt the week-enSunMr. F. It. Markbury pcnt day in Covington with hi fitter, Mr. with Mr. Famnu'r iter, Mr. Muir, Georgetown. J. M. Stnughton nnd Dr. Stnughton. near Mr. Val Cook who hai Juit reMi Anna Mae Smith, of Louit-vill- e grand- turned from the lloton Tech, Ma., i here forwi visit to her parent, Mr. and Mm. S. II. Henry. hai been the K.gueit of hi grandmother, Mr. I.. Owjdoy. Mil Mary Owaley ha returned to Mr. Klmore I'owland nnd chilLexington where he will take u ix dren, of Little Kock, Ark., are ex week courx- in the summer ichool. pei'tcd for a visit to her parent. Mr. S. D, Cochran i in Knna Mr. and Mr. Solon Henry. City, Mo., where the will be the, Mr. Alice Thompion, who har gunt of her daughter, Mr. Lackey. ibeen the guet of her daughter, Mr. Mr. K. Mr. W. II. Harry lludou and lEcv, Hudion, ha Maion and Mil Sue Shelby Mason returned to her home in Sharp.buig. have been recent viiitori in Mr. W. II. Mon, Mia Sue Shelby Mason nnd Mr. Ilillie Mao:i have Mr. Waller lteailey, of San Diego, returned from n motor trip to Mr. Cal., u expected for a to her nnd Mr, (toy Haynci, in brother, Mr. Jamct lteailey and fam- Ohio. t. d vi-.i- t lllll-boro, ge Ford and litt'e on are' j,jlM Anna jut pending the week with her parent. KUet of her mice, Dr and Mn. J. It. Kinnaird. returneil .Saturday Danville. M: i Mr. been the Mr. Jnme. Woods to her home in );. ha over tne au who was born thei Crab Orchard Spring- - will put the jiart week. He has been christened Church Notes WooiImhi llryant, in honor of hi "big pot in tho little one" during The young people of the Kndeavor the ilrt four day of July, and gnat grandfather. are now being completed Society will have charge of the eveMi Hertha Walter, who ha been to tj,at t,m ning services at the Christian Church w ting her Mter, Mr. M. S. Hatfield The program a arranged for thi Sunday evening. They will render a Dr. and Hatfield. Imi rcturmsl occas;on j, a, follows: sketch in dramatic form entitled home, accompanied by Klie nnd "The Christian Kndcavor's RecepFriday, July lt., a:30 P. M. j ,.rnor'f "(;rand Hatlleld. who will Hall, tion," in which several of the young' era! week with their grand-parenSaturday, July 2nd., :i to 5 P. M. people will participate. In addition Mr. and Mr. T. H. Walter, of Jabez. ri.0,.ptlon for Governor and Mr. to the -- ketch, ipecial number will I Saturday night, Kathing be given. Koger Hourland and Lew Morrow. is flnscltlen will give a few selec. iSult "n"- - l'n COttunK'-- ) r C Uay Tor Sunday. July 3rd., Parlor recital. tion! on the piano ami saxophone. Misse Martha Ward Sweeney and with peclnl mumcal numner, fi; i Monday, July 1th., A Jim Carner. LaVerne Hicks will ing n duet and Declaration paper mut be tiled with silver cup for the best lady Ida May Hurniide will give a reading. by all candidate for county oifice rider. 12 to 1:.10, special dinner; The public i invited to be present. game. The electric fans will make the audi- forty day before the primary, which; 2 1:!'1 to i:30, I Monday night, great Kentucky Fox torium pleasant even if thc weather thi year fall on Augut Oth. I'nder tin law it would make June Hunt. Dr. Casey' trained horn ' hou!d be warm. The service will begin at 7:43. 27th., the Iat day for filing paper. I and hound. fa ennng congratulation BIG DOINGS Crab Orchard Springs Next Week. lxi.e in the ninth inning with no outs " a Pmc'' hitter came to ;ne rmi anl snocKtii one lo lo.x tnat !ouked good for a homer had he not j made uch an eifort to catch same, f He at once threw the ball to Capt. Miller on and he in turn to u.hkit on mini making a triple piny. Thi game w.i indeed a good one and the local boy dcierve credit for the honor they won. ,u , Christian i Gov-Krn- et t. Lat ba.-eb- if DC FREE! FREE! YOU CAN SECURE ROGERS SILVERWARE WITHOUT CHARGE Helen (Sulley hat been viait-In- g her couiln, Mil Laura Dunn, In Lexington. Mr. I.tnlle ilcrndtm ha Frankfort where he hai accepted a Mr. Aloy Schwalbach and little Mr. Carrier of London, ha been on, Kdwnrd, have returned to their the guet of hi hon, Mr. W. S. Car- home In Newport, after ipending n and Mr. Carrier, on Danville two week' vinit with her parent, gone to rier t reet. Mr. nnd Mrt. K. J. Young. Mr. and ily. portion. Mr. F.mma Doty il-t- hai from a vliit to her in Itlchmond. bin been with H. llerndon. ictumetl Mr. Smith, week. Mil Stormei the Pharmaceutical Atnocin-tiont Crab Orchard Spring thi K. Mr. J. n Mr. Hen D. llerndon. of Danville, It. hi father, Capt. W. MU returned Sallia Contryha from a vliit tolMn. Ccorge'Smith in Kichmoni. Mr. Willie Swope, wliu ha been in Wnihington D. C, It with hi grand- mother, Mr. Culley. nnd Joe Croutcher pent a moit enjoyable day in Cin- Meiri. Itobcrt cinnati lait Sumlay. ' Mr. Carter and little on, of Daa. ville, ore gueiti of her father, Mr. W." 0. Geodloe. Hrown. Henry, of Lexington, spent Kobin-on- . with Mr. J. C. On Thursday afternoon Matter the Karl Want Clark entertained abmit I leventeen of hi little friend- - ut a Mr. II. A. H. Markibury I the birthday party. After playing game daughter, Mr. J. M. gueit of her deliclou cake and ice cream wa Stnughton and Dr. Stuughton, in crcd. All left withlng Karl many Covington. more happy birthday. Ite.v. ami Mr. Frank Tinder have Mr. Allen Henry and ion, Allen, returneil from a viiit to hi parent, Jr., who have been ipending reveral Rev. and Mr. F. M. Tinder In North month In California, joined Mr. Middlctown. Henry, In I.ouliville Sunday, ami Mr, (ieorge iiogard ami ion, Mas- they are now viilting their parent. IIL ter. Gi'ortic, Jr., of l.ouiiville, are Mr. and Mr. S. li. Henry before, gutits of her father, Mr. Jciie Doty, returning to their home in Ulrmlng-hamAla. on Maplt avenue. K. week-end i Helen Itobinton, Mr. and Mr. MUici lol.i Hrown, F.mily and Willie Mne llourne accompanied by Mater Harry Hrown, were in Patiulle Friday to meet Min Helen Hoyle, who wai tho week-enguet of Mi- d BY TRADING WITH US. Tell Your Friends About This Big Offer SAVE OUR CARDS. THEY ARE VALUABLE. STOHMES DRUG STORE. FIRST THOUGHT IN DRUGS. Established 1853 Phone 39, Lancaster, Ky. Cut Flowers. Drinks that Satisfy, Paints, Oils, Window Glass. The New Edison, The Phonograph with a Soul. The Central Record. LancattarKy. Thursday, June 23. 92 1 I 1 LIVESTOCK FACTS JUNIOR FARMERS Are Told How To Grow Small Fruits. RSI Mil INGS on i PARASITES CAUSE HQ LOSS Hand WITCH I 1 Injury From Intectt Is Oreatett Among Lambs and Young Sheep Ways to Prevent Oieeatet. Htnlft lpirt-mrn- t at Vrh ulture Sheep pmlinlil) nfler more thiltl HIIJ other kind of lite rlcxk from piim-lle- , They nre pnncnllj Immune to tlll.eri'lllooln. Willi Ii Ik one of the IUe, MTloi iilliiit lit of (Ml lie ulld Hint lliione heep there I tiotlllli: cotiipiiriihle to the detuMutllli: out hrenks of choleni iiliioiitf r.ulne. lnvp hne iinpiinilli'iy few lmclerl.il (PretMred by t fn'tl 'yBVN? 7 V- S- 01 In case of accident, first aid is the bctt aid. Many a life has been saved by having on hand first aid remedies. Many a life has been LOST by blood poisoning or early neglect. Come in and let us fit you out with a supply of first aid necessities so you can have them right in your home, should anything happen to you or the children. It won't cost much at our store. Come to US for it. McRoberts Drug lnorowna Charm. Store Hopeless! nt lnp ,n,,t .ik Music may have charm to soothe '"" unl"' "rM m,,t ,M' ' the savage breast, hut tt- - nmti who n- ori" Winplnln prnjed for ives above a ptajer piano and under jenr- - ami look ilctrolji ought to rece.ve tli. liencilt Pf11""""" twenty-riv. t '"' now. Seattle of tin doiiht when lie claim Him he gencer savage It tint ii " ''"'f'Sns l,r-vl'.st-lntell- e Itls of Pines. I The Isle of Pines I situated off ths Inva- south coast of western Culm. Its say, to clean up n Inn of gra"'hnper.s miHi n the west-froearcst j!nt to Culm being atiout 33 fanner. have come In dread, acmiles distant. It l 370 miles north-ra- t of the HrltMi Island of Jamaica. cording to the American Forestry Mag- materially line, hut the Mrd The area of the Isle of Pines Is tH square uiurli.e miles, or nbout In the effort bv man to control the of bird" It Iwlong to the re52K19I acres. f.est. Of twenty were gnihnp- public of Cuba and Isotllclally attached examined. twent-tlvto the province of Havana. The chief per enter". Ill nineteen of the species had II Of the t.'. vtdmil" collected place wi tin- - lland l Neuva Oerona. place on tl.elr irlven Tlie Island wa" discovered by cnil.'. perIiBUr.g menu. The "1 lonir notorious the l.et ree In WM, and as a re.s.ir of pirate. I'Ut that of ord an- - the mrK, sparrow course, wa long ago. Its population larks, Frank. Hi gttlis, Arkansas kins The climate In similar t.Int, crow, hiuckiiiru unit the common Is atiout to that of Cuba. Hint I. tropical. n Hopper" Mobilised. Tliere are not tif.iu'li lilrdi, eitrta If ult p-- ' leiidy lo of heep In nil mrt of I moMly the iiiuntr) mid Mil" lo tine to p.irnlte. to It In the idieep nwlier' hllltie preelit dlviiv rulher thrill to attempt to cure II lifter It luf made Its up While there lire peel.il penrmice treatment for the iirloll" wliU'll iiiiike It iultlnlile In cult a eoueleiit leterlnurliiti. there are a tllimlH'r of wa" to preietit dlene Amoin: tlu- -e caued ly wiriilte. pasture rotutlon, ue of foruse crop"' fretlliik frotu ruck or hoard ttoor dnilnltii; or Nltlni; anil pre' eiitliiK' uniiderlni: dog" from 1'iTUiuiieiit pasture" into the MiM'k. lerp'tmite imriixil ", It Ik Muted The from eei;s of Internal i:irullei p:t the animal" In the Manure and thil" The the ui"ture het'otne lnfe"tiil. propt-- r iII"mx:iI of the manure will : iild In Ihl". Iumui:'e from arii''tte" l ereatet ut u rule, atnoiic liimh" and jouni; he'i. Hence, It I" Important to put "peiiul uttentlotl to the care and haiidliln: of hiinh" and jifirllni: l'rouil iirllon to Hierliiln the when "hee he.ime unthrifty wilt dlen preteiit ertoii lo rnrnlte of "hi'.-- are divided Into two tenernl croup", etrrnal imd In A;nou: the former, teriml "he.'!' tick, and "ah mlte an1 the hhi comiiHUi tine iipllnlliii of mIIiiih Hourlde In the form of u ptmiler ruhlxsl Into tbe fcklu will kill hltluc Ice hut not Mii'kltii: lice Itoth kind" of Ilea. "Neep tleh" HImI "Olh llllle" dlenei. .Neertliee, there I" H Points on prowinir, harvestinif am! marketing urh criipn trawlicrru-- , red or hlnrk rnpherne ami trupe are contaltieil in Circular No. PS nt which hn juit come ulT the pre the t'ollrire of .Vifrlctllture and which intendeil to ho a ctiide for Juiin r j ncriculturnl club members who are ij.'rowuiir nmll fruit" n their s'ub project during the lummrr. In addition to details of crowing nml mar kctmi; the publication contains point ers on making exhibits and keeping records of the irop. Tne circu'ar may be obtn nc. I free by writing the ngton Experiment S'ati m, i 1 1 25c Found pound for nice hens. I We are paying 25cts per You always get just a little morejhere for your prodrce. Why take less. We also pay tne highest market price for hides. BLACKHEADS Tou should rsffArd thti out brssks as daaffsr sltaals. Thty art a sure siga soaistalng Is wroag witaia. Look to your blood at oacs. Ths poisonous uapurttka bat coUsctsd ta your circulation uatil ths daagtr point has ass raachtd. Start right bow, today, to purify your Mood with S. 8. a. tat Sptitl I.KJIf or tor in J ri Jutlldricr wit haul t hit f. mm Chfl MdKl Adiit, SSSS.Cn. ml l4i:.Atlntm.Q. S. 5. Get four JtuHitt , Harrodsbnrn Ice COMPANY. STANFORD ST., k Produce dlee" NMPLIS AND BOILS Phoneus It. I. 1JA0AN, Mgr. LANCASTER, KY. we want your business. siim. preM-lttlni- u no-ad- v. ISHYOUR bill? Or do HERE you say when paying n CHECK you that what Is W.rtX Where Pasture Need No simply "go through your pockets" in an effort to ss?are up the Campbell Street from Crab o be collrctc I a other 'axes for Tth tig the Mh On itrl Str et to an ,nc-ut' 4 fv w .1 avc .1 lien on the dart ir.l T"t"iCi Uarc'i"Use proper- - propert si) bordering on sucn streets for sai'l tax f ifter isi. tig the foreg.nlig treel s The tity to pa) for oiling a! any on said treets. and mi icft. the Marshall a "en use his discretion 'n distribtl- - property owner on unv other street to Standard Blood Fmifitn iif the hiilariro af it in the city, may nil wmo at hts exMne. All other ptirties wanting oil noti'.is. ng up ruilisctien therefor. It i further ordered thaV so id fy .Mr. Ilratton at'sin.e ..iling begin not Inter than June 10 tit. J. M. 1)1 M AX. Mayor Oil Patsy Attest ndcrson. Clerk rnd be completed by July 1st. The City Marshall Is directed to . City Council of the C.ty of'Um-purchase the efl necessary te oil iaid aster do ordain as follows: IreeU and have sjsme put on, and Move Your Hogs 1 13 Where as chapter of nets of he will keep an account a to the 1020 provide for the ailing ef streets ' Town Once. cost of the above seven section. u may be deignaled by resolution itkeeping the cost of each street to of the rmmcil. N'ow lie it reolved ; Hog and the clerk will asses. againt by the Council that they designate each rtvvner "f the proierty borderthe follwwint; streets in the city ef The City Council of tne C.ty of ing SHI each street respectively hb I --Hi cast it to be wilisl to wit: prerwrtiorml part sf tbe roet accord-- ' Laaraeter. Ky , do ordain a fol.ows 1st. l.em igtHi Street (rem Hill lag t the number ef feet IterderiHg It shall be unlawful fer anyone to ' Court to t'ltv Limits. . allow ar permit hog pens on tneir H aid street, that ts he w ill asss Jn.l. Mill Court frem i.o.xingun much per front feot on 'a eh street, premiae or to keep beg in confin-men- t Street to Cit l.troiU after May 1st, of any )rar in and will report tbe ctset ttt oiling -- nl Daaville Street from Scml inch street to the council and the. the city limits aad any person so of l!e to City Umllti. MtcMtient of cost of oiling mrhj fettdiur shall be lined not exceeding street among the pmiwriy owner-.- , j i 25.00 far each alienee and .itn 1th Kichmond Street friHH Secttnd against' sball be doekiriil a nubmnce and ! rnd tbe couarti will l!e to City Umlts. inch property owner and holder! ntflaved ns sorb. .'tn Crab Orchard Street fram This ordinance shall take effect whose property borders or abuts on Street to and includini; "i 'Uch (Kirliou of the cost from and after its printing and pubMrs. Hachcl Austin'. property. ' '. t j of oiling his street, and will assess lication. fith. lluford Street from Camp j .in. I evy th.- tax agn:pst J. M. DUNCAN, M.yor. such pro-Sheep bell Street to Pauling Street Is Abundant Attest : Patsjr Anderson ll'erty to be known n the oiling tax.' Other Feed. tp 1 5.S.S Ordinance. cross-section- 1 Out ll-- Of - At Ordinance. -- i'" necessary amount? The man who laves and banks his savings with us never has to dig down into every pocket in order to pay a bill. He simply writes out a check, and the money is always in the bank to meet it. Have YOU a .savings anil checking account with us? It a mighty good habit. Why not start it without furth- are detro)ed by dlpplniAthe hep. For lice and heep tick" a number of ure recommended In the bulletin. Including coal tar creoole, erestd, and nlcotln, or ntcntln ami ."tilphur. For cenb mites the xtlrliil illps are r and nlrotlu.sulphiir dip" Arsenical dip" are not well stilted to nheep dipping. All pln';e which h:ive bei-wriipled bj oiiy heep should be resarded as ilaui:eroiis from Ihl" standpoint for a period of three If occupied by tlcky heip, as months; If oocupli-- ! for bj scabby Mieep, as datu'erous for a mntith or two In the oise of inftures, and a year or more lu the rase of building". (Junrantliie meaiires are esseutlnl In erndlcntllig senb. The most cnintiioii luienial puraslie of sheep Include tap'Umus. Illlke", roundworms, and few other form' such as maggou eaii"liig grub In the head, the tongue-uorand the rotozoa. line of the uiot of tht- -e Is the grub. Infestation with which can be largely prevciitisl by "llieiirllig the nose of the sheep with n preparation made of eiUal parts of tar and grease, or tar and tls4 oil. other Important Inlnrnnl parasite dlfcussod In the bulletin are ta'worm. I to- - ghl parasite, hydatid. Iler tlukes, Rtoiimih worms, nodular worm". hiHikwonii", and lungworm, Of these, t rtalti tapeworms are fairly common uwr the entire Fulled States; one tapeworm occur wily In the West; gld N ni""t pretalent In Montana ; liver llukes are mnst common lu the liulf stales and the Pacific (.'oast stilt''; Ntomuch wonniaiid take a heavy loll In sheep in iilinii"! every stale In the Fnlnti, and nodular worms' nml lii.kwnriiis are common lu the South nml Fast. 1 er delay? THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. S. C. DENNY, iiV; iIjii-gero- to Cashier. Capital $50,000. Surplus. 50,000. HonorllRolll IBank Mors Nstursllistlon. Some of 'Em Oo Need It In pursuit of a husband One of the main delight Some of the teem to think 'hoy need the assistance ' moving picture I to ee the piiliicn of the chi 'leal warfare of Ktiropean rmhlemen surrounded ,y 'u ifxnilii (N J) Dallas N'cwh. I'atcn-oi southern n 11 one-celli- il com-uio- The American Silk Industry. The llrst silk wotitliii; was Introduced Into ContiirtU'iit in 17:17. 'ri,0 Dirt silk mill was cristed i n tlil , b old II. mill. tluhi. s(i. The Muieulmans Sacrr i Ttiv Kuube, or sacred shrltie of 10 anl which Muui;. .1. faces In prujer, U 1. n roofed building la the tireat .Mosijuv of M.- - n east comer It tlie stone." This Moi.e 1. sbae, about teten ho and prolmldy or 1.1. tloiiammiHl retuin. ! Mecca, he ilestroj. d :. ' In the Kail.e. wht-- t paean Use, hut p" e.l stone," whltti till M... ui.-c- Therms Various Kinds ef Killings. Cosmetlcn, nay the medical ex otntner, neer kllbil iiiijImxI). And girt has painted, (is she still many .!reed to kill. Port land (Ore.) .Vera 11 r Stone, the lliMII, to-- iuot Hat-i.i- ''Hi! of lie .. . :n their the north-ilc- - , Muck "iiiirmal . . . . iimeter, When .uitly to 'ids found .:ii-t- i Into 1. ie. .1 "t.Iurk IIIUI s e&- - erale. Alone In the junj't, Mrs. Cletueiitl. 111 I.. mi mums who has iichlfel if its m truteler iind explorer To ba jaloiio eii-- for u minute lit the Junelo Is iilarmlnc. for such Is the profound silence nil Hromiil that one has u ter rtfylug liilmlcally selue of 'watched hy unseen ihltiis." Of the forest nuhes one of tin-- most uniiiiiujr Is the hoHllug of bubisilis. "When Ihey 'are close at hand, the whole iilr Is alive with the din, so that you can- not tell from which direction It livery tienu In your laxly tlu- ties, uud tliere Is 11 curious fascitis-- I tlon lu tlie jreut 0lu111e of Hound." as. .j rvc xrica tnem a 1 SB-- " W . lung-wortn- s i but ive me a Ccimel k. FULL VALUE OF BUTTERMILK Particularly Advantageous In Connection When Fsd With Corn or Other Feeds. W 0. RIGNKY W . DICKF.RSON W. 0. RIGNEV & CO. Funiral Directors and Embalmirt Office Rhone Ih Residence Phone The greatest or full value of buttermilk timl sklmmtlk for feeding Is secured only when fisl In coiineetlnti with other feeds, llutiermllk fed alone to pigs lb' not gle the results It does when fed In rutiiiecttuu with corn. Best Practice With Manure. Hauling manure dlnil from the barn and spreading It on the Meld at once Is the Le-- I practice III handling manure. Get Collar to Fit. lit the horse. A good collar routs monoy hut a horse with a sore hhu'Vider will en.; mots-ay also. No more switching more trying this and that. It's Camels for me . every time. They're so refreshing! So smooth I So mellow mild 1 Why? The answer is Camels exclusive expert blend of choice Turkish and Domestic tobaccos. There's nothing like it. No other cigarette you can buy gives you the real y satisfaction that comes from the Camel blend. Camel is the quality cigarette. Give Camels a tryout. Buy a pack today. Get iiformatioa first hand. You'll tic to Camels, Uo! Wo sure-enough, I'm through experimenting. all-da- mm j 3. Lancaster, Kentucky. (let a collar that I Camel t The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky.t Thursday June 23, 92 1 1 "YOU AMERICANS" Diiciplet To Hold Convention In North -- Sponsored Christian Mi tionary Asoci.itian an orcnnizatinn of Dip Disciple of Christ, the firt Chri'tlan Ainoricanization rontiross ever held will convene in Minneapolis June 21 to Jil, inclutivo. Disciiian of problem .onfront- of Anierirnn.zat un Inif the lender work ami the arrani;in of plan ' i' which the work may hi- carried on with ureater energy are ubjocts cf tin' contreiM, arcordlnc to V T The n,ociati"ii,' I'isher, Mr. Fisher said, hat for it purpose the tonchinK of American ideals rf citizenhip and Christian eifort to k the foreigners in this country. Many of the well known leaders of 2 KEEP YOUR MONEY HOME Rolling Dollars AT IS LECTURE TOPIC Ada Ward Will Deliver Notable Minneapolis Minn.,- i r by thu International Gather No Interest j City bank are paying 4 per cent on time deposits and in :L Address Magntllc, Dynamic Speaker Coming on Redpith Chautauqua Program. Adn Won!. brilliant, magnetic leo tnrer, at tin- - coming Iteilpath Chun-- J tnuqun will inpthnto lnT hcnrir with Ml Wnnl nfs "You American. Amorlrn with tin )' of n culthnted rni!milltiiii nml Interpret what m4 wlili lire, wit, nml i ImiiitiI miShe It Imtli a leiturvr lerstntnlttii: - And !n f fly. intort'st is what make dollar yrow ! ' - order to induce our people to keep their money nt home we will pay 4 per cent on time deposits. Come in and see us. Of course, If you liaui navel moiii'y you have it on intvri'st if not in kimm! socuritiu!", thi-i- certainly in thu liank. i . I j l CITIZENS Corner Public NATIONAL LANCASTER KY BANK. I Surely you am not one of those who use shot buy;., stockings, tin tMtns and pots as depositories. If you are, you'll eventually he sorry. It's far bettor to be aafo than sorry. We pay I per cent Interest 100 per cent SAFKTV. , Stinrc mid I)nnillc Slrett aaaaaalaaaaH he Disciple of The Garrard Bank & Trust Co LANCASTER, KY. We sell travelers (.'heipies, which are jjootl in the I'nited States and all foreign countries. These Cheques insure your funds against loss. ' ' ilBL'laaaal aaaaaH. unit Foolkllltr Never Lick, Victim,. trluiiilc, IS.ifi.Tf, Is Tli" old fnhioiie. mail wlm oUk' I with n rnmllo now mil bUi un tu tin. Irihwrlpt. n fhal In llir Kirl wlm tiiinlt nmr u liri- - whit" i...-i- . I'unliu j;i.r Llotring-rGhcst. with tui"'lm' T can swear tlmt a Ehot wnt r j Making Doormat. lWore ihe wH' I uml a Snii-- t rorii hnlit bruhliil luti- - a immi.:" now I l'u and Slmillrtrt. luiii: lrlp mn I luminl miikn an tnu (Monu-li)- . iIiMnnnt tlmt run h in-iun.li.l nml ilrlrd. will lio ilurnlilc iiinl Kin Their Monry Caod-Ry- . will nt kirk ui like ii rni: rvc TIip York I'MjM-- r TU MiHtclUih S . (vt Lmi either tlw kl if !rttHl iihiI mn Httirr !' ilil In i.ulnnil Willi lUm folor or ihisl. hip -- r thai ..f Technical. The drniii-rautrO by aquarr.- - Il'iif . kK aLV4''aH BlM' 'Vikaaaaal 2fjlaiaaaaaV KSaaaanaaaH ln-- r M lBalaBVBkMiSiai&BaaVaMBlaHHHHB ADA WARD. tetidame. Amoni; them will be Pre sident K. C .Sander.'Min of the KuKenel Kib!o I'niversity, Kuitene, Ore.; Dr ' I), Pendlutoii, pastor of the Kirs' j ( church. Cedar Knpids, la ; Itev t J. Sharp, Hammond. In I ; stipe Milotiileiit of the croup evnne. ;in, Dr John L. Ilramlt, Mukoi;ee, Ok'a , Dr. S. S. I.appln. president of the conxress, Kedfsrd, Ind.; Dr Ira II, Kotwell, pastor of thi- - I'lrst Chr.s t...n Church, (ioorcetown. K.; IW V Crawford, of Cincinnati; Dr. J K Kriney, Crestwoo!. Ky.; Dr. M I' Hay. Ion, Minneapolis; Dr M M Dai, Dallas Texas; Dr. J. H. Kan.; John 0 Smith. ( I r stopher, president of internat.nn nl ( hnttmn lliblo Collece, Mmiieiipo lis, Mr. T. H Ayars, Christian WoAssociation, St. men's Kenevolent Louis; Kev. K. K. Tommerlin, pa-tof the Church of Christ, Mason City, la., Dr. It. C. Foster, pastor of the Church of Christ, Springfield, Ky.; hr.-.!.i- n I'ltt-bure;. or Chrit will be in a! WATCH THE BIG 4 Stomnch-KidnryH'Hrart-Li- .ttle Asa Clouse of Coy spent an week Willie and with (leoru a Simpson. Mr and .Mr. Floyd Kay and chilMted his brother, at Lock dren, , Mr. Hunter Kay ami family. Mr. and Mrs. Owen Locker at tended the flh dinner at the home Ktcp tlu vital orguns healthy by of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Simp regularly tafctnj trie v.'orld". stand-nrt- ! Holers. remedy foi Udney. liver, .Mr. Willie Simpn was the kucsC bladder und uric acid troubles SaturHuy niirflt and Sunday of Mr. Heather Irvin and aUw Kev. Trice of COLD MEDAL 1 cnjoab!e Louisville. Mis Ullian antl Mr. Cots. Simpson Hteniled the mcutlnc nt Scotts Fork Tt.e NafT.,1 nmW r( 11 llan.1 f emtuilraai ' vnucurJty Qyna Wilht.-tninr . and were truest of Mrs. Anmmla Ui-- il anl Dr. D.ivul Euirune Olson, founiili rtiilin r of utitquc nlilllty. na-der of the International Christian o in rniyont n nil iiincKtiouril to oiiipiia-Killliblo College, Minneapolis. Jut IhiIii'!" Ailii Wunl Inrntiit; known to ly W to the kl Uai.ro or man ami wife twwil Imer. to Pe'frct. good rtwil l erlllriMii of f litamlnr Ihe fur tt. Ail ii in a allhl um-- of the mjhiUI"!! frm I'jIkii rrlt.es allien lime eer ttwti ttl In Ktin City Star. fraw o There It n -- bl tor nmlor a MllitlirK, l IiWii nmili1 lute iidW Imuh ir- - im flue Ii) irwulmmt with Mlihur Jim-- I h.' lat rriHiitiil with ainl tin- - hm" IiWb- - ImiIIiiI In wu Rja 0ne Hrconie Clue. tms inuro. w Tlio l tlur. rniltlti oorly liclillne. Sin- tohl Iht Mury w ilriimnllriilly th.it tin- - oimplWrly tlrtil OLD LEAKY ROOFS .1 Can ! n'iloltii nml rnjithiiUil In r In an r.'. Sin Is firry, lnr,ro. oloqui nt. humor-ou- , witty. IliTH It the Miwrr of tin' ROOF COATING Maoula' " ( rrrt Ui t.iaiuia.r, fplrlt tlmt liinniill.iti ly limit It.t way ltrMk- -. to the hrarls of Iht hourrrt. INTERNATIONAL COATINGS - till nr. during tin- - wnr. rful utory of Iht ft' rtirtMtilt In rntfrtaln Ins tho Hrltlli "roimny" on tin; wett- rn front iliirlm: the ilnrk ilnjx of tli Ann rlrnn Slio Imil ii wi 4iii'iirt4 n n trl Thought for the Day! The man wlm write n hook- - without a ,nentf.. w.Ltet hi tin,. ane our SUPERLASTIC Ir. 4S..S.,.M. CO. n1 The Death Ancel viaited the home of Mr. and Mr. Wllbert Kort Locker ami claimed their little darltni: uirl. She was only ten days old. TEATERSVILLE. The little one will be sadly inissciL The child was laid to rest in (Delayed.) the Kuckeye cemetery Friday morn-in- c Mr. Willie May is ill at this writ at 10 o'clock. inc. Weep not dear mother and father, The farmer of this community are for Cod hath said, "Suffer little chilbusy in their crops, dren, to come unto me for such Is I Mr. Ma,t. Simpson and son. Charlie the Kingdom of Heaven." are quests of his brother, Mr. Aaron Soon now, the June bride will be Simpon. i rnonc the weekMiss Delia Kocers was the end cuest of hor sister, Mrs. Owen The man who Iwk At t I illdKRtit:', t',; a - t tn lk r.m CVI on r accvpl mo Im.latMa Cluoe. . ..I Mll L. iwy has-been- r Urns; April day tut Iron known n tin" time to piny Joke, on cr.r u neighbor Just how Inn.' tin cut-torhat prevailed la not kttoun. .Sotnn say Mint It sturtnl Imck In the l'gln-lillit- f of time wlii'ii Noah sent tin iIima out of tlio nrk U'fore tlir rtc- - liml .hated. 'I1i) itnlf of till I iUiuiil to curreond with our tlrt day of Ar!l. Ami. Innstmiih n tln tilnluont out upon nn IfieSreetual minimi, tint ruitoin vruduuliy grew of erne's friend mi booties errand. n April Cool's rcol'i Day. HUCKKYK Iim otk llii .1 rvaillns of Ictt.T'. tlmt u I inlnir. ihoiik-l- i i. ...i.l tm nil) tell Mr. Arthur Noel i vmiinc hT wily. Tltf li'll.Tt cro a lwi0 a a pri'iit. Mr. ami Mr. I.. F. Hrown. Irttort roultl Tllr nm Mr. J. 0. Heeir of Korea, ha bvvn u Mlil hniI ntfMM. i'n of Iln tlutn vltitinj: Mr. K. II. I!ay anil family. IrM.it Him, wl.1.1. nniit'il tnun; nml full u if .( Mr. ami Mr. A C Mil rrmt mi nwH) niHl n If tlir nn. Ilvltii: Munlny nml in N'leWelni-villleitr't Hint Ht "iirxMl tln'lll-rlCoill'l liner .11.. hii I u u l.ottillU to II . Mim,) .In, i! t Iium' foil Mr. Salo Hart vuitfd Mr. antl Mr?. o.s Utly, l.. , if Hi,. Miirwn Hurt in Madieon county reJtt-- I i nl .( , ii . - Mr. i.,r.. cently. ' r i.f.n.l ' Ii Mr. ami .Mr. Jawr 5ol wore Kurtt of Mr. ami Mrt. TkaMr Davi 4i v Old "I inwor khew Ll LanMnlU, Kr. realize that there are others unarter than himself is Kthel generally endowed ami .Misses .Maudie Mae with a liberal t !oue are visitors of Mr. and Mrs. amount of brains and the ability to Aaron Simpson. Ue them. locker. k it.tr m in-t- Tuily e. ,rti. l.-,.- r 1 Sunday. Mr. ami ?aSiJia,w tiMaiaHaiaB&Sl , ily 0i.r Daily mm famptnt .Sunday with Mr. ami Mr. Hay. FSOtl Mr. m Merchants pay little for its service aside from the daily running cost. Barring accident or abuse it can be counted on for continuous and prolonged service. Mint Lorn titttT, Mr. rodshurt;. Handy Hnwn u viitink-- hvr Kurt, near Har- - Klla D.'an of XlchirfjisviHr, ptnilliiK tin wools wilh Jlr. ami '.Mrs. A. C. MHoe. Mr. ,it Thoroughbred Horses Annual Summer Meeting at j Mr. nml Mr. John Hill ami Mi's Mnr. Cotton of Point !.onvll, pt nt Vi. Uy with Mr. T. 0. Hill. LATONIA (Csfvenfcfit to Cincinnati) June 4th to July 9th Slake: MMWHl UMKa mrtimtitut IU Ur4t, uMur mwit Jiu , wm MM! The up usually hiih class of the horses on the ground, the excellence of the program book and improved accommodations for patrons combine to insure the success of the meeting at the popular Latonia Course. Sluf4f. ll UMMI UMKa 9lar4ar. Jm HMU ttM(S SlwF. Jim Jim I U4r. ttl HMU laMKtf Itt Those who visit Latonia this month will enjoy the finest sport in its history. Mr. unil Mm. Talhott Jonkin vi- -' Ititl Mr. ami Mr. Wm. Jotikint at Nowhy Saturday ami Sunday. I Hill and daut:h-- I Mr. ami Mr. Jo tt r. Mr. T. O. Hill and Mr. Talbott Jonkiti. ion? 1'hursday in I.oxlnc-- I ton. Mr. T. S. Pratt, who hat boon sick at tho homo of hor mothr, Mr. Ioty, noar i'lrbmoml, va ablo to como homo Sunday. ' Have ou Irled it? One lack of Uallardi Obeli, k Flour will make you a regular cuttomer. A hendiomr thimble given free with a tack while they latl. lludton at Farnau. Mr. and Mr. Torot Curtu and family of tlryanUvillo, Mr. and Mr. I. M. t'rutohllold and dnUKhtcr, Mr. J. V. Whoolor and dauKlitor, Mlu' Floronco and Joophlnf Wheolor, of Xirnolavillo, have boon vititlnt: Mr. and Mr, llirnm Kay. .Mr. The W. M, S. mot Thurmloy. Kubt. llroaddu lod tho Mr. A. C. Milo; Mr. Hiram Kay, Dave Lonjr, Mr. Korot Nool, Mm. ilryim Wilmot and Mil Kthol Hay had roadint;,. The annual of oificor rcuhod a follow,; KINNAIRD BROS Lancaster, Ky. 9 Mr. I fr $ "!r'j l laaliflaaHaWaSSal ' ' " U1MU IMS kiMii. Mr laat CaXaWII IMNf Utm4t, Mr tad IMgauajUMM PMrV1SOTS mmBm kaWlfW f Kentucky Jockey Club Utonia, Ky Course Mr. Waltor (irow, proldont; Mr. D.ivo l.oni;, Mr. Kora Toator, Sod'y-TnaMr. T. S. I'iratt will lead the noxt nicotine. ,. I IMKl MM-MWCt- UimUt. Mr Mk want u to An inquMtlvo cu toll him what constitute a real tatonian. Kut we can't. They ain't real any more. J American Legion Newt Jnhn n. Kmerv. the new national commander of the American Legion hall from Grand Rapids, Mich. He wo born on Ihe Fourth of July forty yean niro. Hii election, which was by acclamation of the National Executive Committee, took place at the National headquarter at India napolis. At the same time Thomai J, Bennigan. of Hartford, Conn., wai elected vice commander, succeeding Mr. Kmery, who now fill the vacancy caused by the death of P. W. Gal- braith, Jr. Mr. Kmery l a real estate opera tor. He has served n. preIdent of the Grand Rapid Real Eitate Hoard and ns one of the commissioners of that city. He Is preldent of the First Division Club. Hi. military 2 O'CLOCK P. M. record dates from hi entrance to the Second Officer Tr.vning Camp at Port Sheridan, III., August 27, 1017. He attended varioui school In Prance and was nIgncd to the 18th. Infantry of the Pirt Division. The uiiilersijrru'd ns assignee of J. E. Whitctcri will sell the rcnl estate Aligned by him. He commanded Ff Company of this nt Public Outer on the above date, consisting of the store house, dwelling and mill, contain regiment in the Montdidler-rsayo- n c offensives and be- ing 2 acres Yl and poles more or less, at Spoonville, Ky., on the Spoonville Turnpike, and ad came a major September 1, 1918 Also a tract of land containing .'12.55 acrca, on following the St. Mihlel and Argonno joining the land of Win. Watson and others. He was severely wound offensives. the Spoonville pike, near the store house property described above, being the same land coned by shell fire October 9, and was Immediately sent to the United veyed to J. E. Whiteted by George R. Adkinson and others, by Commissioner, and adjoining State. He was discharged from the the lands of Clarence Pendleton and others. All of said property being in Garrard County, hospital and from the army March 31, 1919. He ha been active in the Kentucky, about 8 miles from Lancaster. American Legion affairs ever since. The store house property described herein is known as one of the best country mer n Mr. Bannlgan, the new mander ha served as adjutant of cantile stands in Garrard County and has a splendid dwelling house near the store room, an the Connecticut department of the American Legion three year. Dur ideal place to sell goods at a country store. School house and churches close by, on a good ing th war he served at a captain road and has a large territory from which to draw mercantile trade. The farm of H2.55 He i a member of the Legion's na tional committee on war risk insur acres is improved with n new dwelling house and this is an opportunity to secure a good home. ance and compensation. TERMS. (feorge K. Mano, proprietor of the Greek Candy Kitchen at Jasper, This property will be sold on a credit of six and twelve months; bonds required with Ind., a member of the American Leg' ion, humiliated Peter Sturgis a pro- good security. The purchaser will be permitted to pay as much cash as he desires. fessional wrestler, known as the "masked marvel" at Jasper recently. PERSONAL PROPERTY. The "maked marvel" came to town with the boast that no wrestler could The remainder of the stock of goods will be sold at the same time. This consists of "stay with him five minutes without getting pinned." Manos, who had a stock of goods of about $3500.00 orginal cost price, and in good condition. Terms made been coached by members of hi Leg-io- n purchaser. Look this property over and you will be pleased with it. Come to the post, accepted the challenge and to suit the not only remained with the "man-elsale and buy a good mercantile stand or a good home. five minutes, but hurled hit opponent over his head and floored him squarely. After the victory the E. CO.. "masked marvel" sent his wrestling partner to meet Manos. The LegJ. W. ELMORE, Cashier ionnaire threw him with even leu J. E. Robinson, Att'y. I Public Thm Central Record, Lancaster Ky. Jhuriday, June 23, 92 1 1 . birthday for Mr. Osborn and the enforgotten joyable day will not b soon by the following: Mr, and Mrs. Wm. Barne, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Turner, Mr. and Mr. A. N. Merlda. Mefctnme Henry Tuttle, J. P. Foley, John Kldd, Simon Tankerley and Ollie Graham and baby, Misses Anna Mae, Lillian and Gladys Kidd, Mot-li- e nnd Ethel Barnes, Lucy and Nolle Turner, Fnnme and Sallie Mertda and Daysle Runnels, Messr. Floyd Tom, Loyd nnd Lewis Barnes, Willie Clearance nnd Chester Merlda and Mr. A runted Bruner, of Jessamine. Sale FARMERS Loose $1,500,000 Eggs. By Poor Handling Of lost approxiKentucky farmer mately 1 1, 500,000 on eggs last yer which spoiled or were graded below "firsts" when placed on the market, according to poultrymen from the Five factors College of Agriculture. contributed toward the los. Those were: roosters running In the laying flock, keeping eggs In warm place, damp dirty nests leaving eggs In the nest too long and holding eggs at home too long. According to the specialist the lours can be prevented this year if farmers will keep eggs in cool places, provided one clean nct for every five hens, gather egg twice dally, market eggs when they are fresh and kill confine or sell nil roosters. Gathering the eggs twice each day nnd keeping them in n cool place will prevent many of them from spoiling, according to experiment which show that more than 07 per cent of the eggs which are handled in this way grade ns "firsts" when plae rd on the market. Gathering the eggs twice each day during the hot summer months also will tend to eliminate broken, shrunken and badly flavored egg. If the egg are plac ed In a cave care should be taken to keep them apay from onions or any other object that might cause the eggs to absorb odors. They al so should be placed on a table or box to allow free circulation of air about them. Eggs should be taken to market as often a poiblc as de lay in marketing encourages de terioratlon. OF REAL AND PERSONAL PROPERTY OF J. E. WHITETED Saturday, July 9 Bower Of Beauty. Crab Orchard Springs is a veritable bower of beauty nnd elegance. Old residents here say that never In their recollection did the building nnd grounds look so beautiful and ut tract ie as they do now. The old Grove spring nnd the old Field spring have been remodeled and resurrected from moss and decay and are attractive cool reorts for the tired and thirsty. The lake, the shimming pool and the entire grounds have sprung .Minerva-lik- e Into enchanted dills of bloom and b,cauty and no more attractive place can be found and our little town is Justly proud of them. Crab Orchard Correspondent to Interior Journal On the Premises at Nina, Garrard County, Ky. Alnse-Marn- Clissilca CtJiimn RATES i Single Insertions lc a word No ad taken for less than 20c in this column. No ads In this column charged. Seven insertions for the price of five. Phone orders must be pa! J promptly. vice-cor- GUY. " GARRARD BANK & TRUST POOR RIDGE. Miss Christine Preston is ill. The baby of Mr. and Mr. Elbert Preston has been quite sick. spent Miss Laverne Whlttaker Miss Hazel Saturday night with Burdette. Bala Tie for uli. Hudson A Farnau. Miss Etta Hill spent Saturday night with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. ASSIGNEE, J. WHITETED. Mr. Harry D. Ulce pent Sunday in Lexington. FOR RENT; Five room Bungs-loLime, Sand. Portland Cement, on Danville street. Apply at Rock and Brick. Hudson A Farnau. premises. George Smith. Mrs. C. R. Henry and son, James Two Oak Wash Stands, same as Milton visited Mrs. J. - Yantls Sun-clanew, for ale. Call Mrs. Henry Moore, at Simpson Hou Mr. Randolph I'oynter of Lincoln .it.) was a visitor here Sunday of the We can repair your tires and tubes Barnes boys. Mr. and Mrs. John Osborn spent no matter how bad they are. Brin with Mr. and Mrs. them in now. this week-enpd. Herndon A-- Jone. Henry Tuttle. I(C-'J- 3 d w difficulty. Refusal to admit a d overseas veteran to the swimming tank at a New Jersey amusement place recently aroused the indignation of a crowd of amusment-seek-ewho demanded the veteran' admission Commander E. H. DeLany, a retired naval officer, was present when the crippled soldier gruffly turned away by the ticket seller. DeLany appealed to the manager of the park and the latter explained that a clause the insurance contract against accidents made it impossible to admit any legless r armless person to the tank. DeLany believes the insurance contracts of amusement parks should be changed to give crippled soldiers free access. The body of William S. Milton, overseas veteran, who was accidentally shot and killed at Richmond, Va., was taken in charge by the American Legion and shipped to Caryville, Pla.. for burial. The Woman's Auxiliary contributed flower to accompany the body. General Pershing In n recent address at a banquet in his honor at Lincoln, Neb., said that "no plan for future preparedness can be carried out without the support of the Ameri-ca- n Legion." The general sugject of the toast was "National Preparedness." Among the speakers were: Chancellor Avery of the University of Nebraska; Karl Cline, post state commander of the American Legion; Gen. Omar llundy, commander of the Seventh Army Corps and Robert G. Simpson, department commander of the American Legion. Leslie Hill. Miss Agnes Simpson was the guest of Mines Christine and Olivia Preston recently. MIm Olivia Preston was the guest Saturday of Mis Agnes Simpson night. Mr. and Mrs. LIge Bolton spent one day recently with Mr. and Mrs. N'ewt Grow. Mrs. Wm. Matthew and daughter, Arleigh, spent Thursday with Mrs. Rice. tertained quite a large number their friends at dinner Sunday. All sis Brick, Sewer Pip, Fir Fir Clay, Sand, Coaionl and Ston. Garrard Milling Co. TfrTJno. D. Goodloe, candidate for County Judge of Madison, was here Tuesday shaking hands with his friends. his Robert Estridge has moved family from the apartments over the store to his father's to remain during the warm weather. Wc wish to correct a mistake in last week's Issue. The little infant of Dr. and Mrs. B. B. Montgomery was christened Woodson Bryant in stead of Bradley Bennit, Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Roop had as their dinner guests Sunday the Mios d es Marie, Beulah, Kathryn, Ira and Miss Ward and the Messrs. Olon Patrick, Dick Davis and Ray Led-for- Mr. Joe Turner has been ill the past week, suffering from the effects tained Sunday Mr. and Mrs. RobL of a sun stroke. Slnijuon, Mr. and Mrs. Mack Gay and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Tuttle were Mr. and Mrs. Robert Simpson. entertained Sunday nt the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ollie Graham. Mr. and .Mrs. John I). White had for their Sudnay guest ZUEBLIN Mr. James Marsre and son,Mr. and Stanley. Mr. and Mr. J. J Foley, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Turner were Lancaster TO LECTURE HERE Sunday visiting Mr. and InMrs. Frank Turner. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Lewi, of Eminent PuWicitt at Cominfl Rttf Woodford, were visitors from Tuespath Chautauqua day utnil Saturday of Mr. and Mrs. CHARLES Grain Cradle 14.50; Binder Twin crnts; Dunn Riding Cultivators, tL'S.OO; Cultivators, $0.00; Double Shovels, 15.00; Ii. B. Lawn Mower. $5.'J.'i; Garden Plows, $3.73; Corn Jobber, f 1.00; Hay Rakes, 140, Mowers, $75.00; Oil Stove, $20.00; Wire Fence at cost. Co. J. R. Mount 1C I will be In Lancaster Court Day with some extra good Clutter Whit Loar thoats. There is no hog which will cross better with other breeds. Their crosses are only excelled by the purebmds. Don't use a scrub boar when you can get a good indi vidual backed by a good pedigree at a reasonable pricee. Any man who has tried them and with whom I have ever talked, says they are O. K. Be sure and see them, thtn buy one ?nd raise some good white hogs like your daddy uie to raise. Harry P. Edwards. 2t. pd. Marcellus, Ky. 2 J g I 4 i James Matthew. Mr. and airs. Ike Duncan and chil dren spent Sunday with Mr. U. G. Preton at Lancaster. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Masters were recent visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Hurt in Madison county. Mr. Preston Snyder and wife and children were guests of Mr. and Mrs. LIge Bolton Sunday evening. Mr. and Mr. Dan Ray were guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. Edd Moberley Saturday night and Sunday. Mr. Leslie Hill was also their guests Sunday. and Mr. and Mrs. Howard Logan daughter, Stella Mae, Mr. and Mrs. James Hicks and children were en A consignment of lumber was re- tertained at Mr. and Mrs. Bradford cently shipped from a western state Burdette' Sunday. to Chicago, valued at 1300. The freight charges are said to have been PAINT LICK 800. Think! Mr. Roy Estridge returned Tues day from Cincinnati. Mrs. H. J. Patrick was quite sick several days the past week. tka quality Puriaa Chick Hudson A Fsnuu. klad. m I have just received new Mrs.. F. II. Smith was the guest of supply of the Mr. RobL Walker Wednesday, 16th. Mr. Ray Rice of Richmond, was BMt Grate of Guar-the guest Sunday of Mis Marie Led- RuMer frod. awl will rubber your buggy Mr. and Mrs. M. G. Ward enterfoe 114.00. g Give as a trial and satisfy tained a large number of. relatives Phone 187. . yourself. at dinner Sunday. Mrs. Wm. Layton died Tuesday, M A VAIMMm June 14th., of tuberculosis, after Lar.casUr, Ky lingering several months. Mr. and Mrs. John Pennington m JUDSON Mrs. Charlie MacWHIIam is im proving. The little infant of Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Preston is quite ill. Mr. Simmie Clark spent Sunday with his couiin, Mr. William Clark. Mr. Felix Sam was a visitor Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. James Foster. Mrs. Nannie Hay and daughter, Virginia, were visitors in Ilroadhead recently. Mrs. James Hicks was the afternoon guest Thursday of Mr. Chnrlic MucWIIIIams. .Mrs. Robert Simpson nnd Miss Lillian Turner spent the day Monday with Mrs. Sim Clark. Mrs. Harrison Ray and Miss Agnet Rny were the afternoon guests last Thursday of Mrs. C. R. Naylor. Mr. and Mrs. James Thomas and littles on, J. C. were the week-enguests of Mr. and Mr. Sam Clark. Mrs. C. R. Naylor and Miss Maudle Carpenter were the guests Monday of Mrs. Nannie Ray und daughter. Mrs. B. M. Lane and Mrs. Lane were the guest Wednesday aftrnoon of Mr. Henry Grimes. Red Toy Cm Seod, TeaaatsM MUM. Cow Pass, and. Soy Baas. Hudson A Faraau. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Simpson and daughter were the guest Saturday night of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sims-so- n. d Mar-guet- Beazley Will Deliver On f the Qroa--t AeV daughter, Josephine, and and little Miss Dordroeaoa Which Hav Made Him othy Beazley were Wednesday visiNationally Known. tors of Mrs. Jams' Yantls. "Wiser Than Solomon' will be the Mrs. Carrie Davidson returned lecture robject of Charles Zueblln, emi- from Richmond Friday, accompanied nent publicist, at tb coming Hedpatn by Master Z. T. Rice, Jr., who will Chautauqua. Mr. Zueblln to a practical Idealist, be her guest during vacation. presenting a clear-cu-t. Mr. and Mr. Tom Doolin and message, tempered with daughters, Cora and Flora spri.t keen humor and a most human phil- Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. J. D. R.-.-y osophy. He Is a scholar of the finest of the Poor Ridge road. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Turner, Miss Bessie Scott, or Hamilton ).. have returned home nftc n viit to Mr. nnd Mrs. Wm. Scott. Mr. nnd Mrs. Guy Davidson and two sons, of Ijincaster were guest Sudany of Mrs. Carrie Davidson nnd .Mr, and Mrs. W. T. Sutton. MIsm-- Anna Mae and Lillian Kidd, Lucy and Nolle Turner, Lee Anna Osborn, Fannie Merlda and Daysle Runells, visited Mines Mollle nnd Tom Doolin. Mrs. Miley LaL aana r.BLLH ".AH s GET BUSY, keen busv. Is vour Job unsafe! Is it permanent? You wnnt a business. You can get Into such a business selling more than 137 Watkins products direct to 'armers If ysu own auto or team or tan get one; If you are under SO and can give bond with personal surlttes. We back you with big sell- ng helps: b'i years In business: 20.- 000,000 users of our products. Write for information where you can eet territory- J. R. WATKINS CO. Dept. 113 Winona, Minn. 0 4t pd. life-long (C-1- laH CHARI.lt ZUIBUIN. type an earnest student of Teat, problems who has kept In th of life sad has never allowed Biaaaelf to be Isolated from nt fellows and aid-curre- ; Rubber Tireing tatted Fd, 5 their problem. Mr. ZaottllB'i philosophy of life Is uaceospromUlnily democratic. He be of tbe Uotm absolutely In th people, Meraaatoed trad IsarttcvJal, bM potentially ralffety. Ha la sever Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Lane enter ofetlv or desersctlr. always poet-tircteatrectlva. Heats. Mr. BuebUa spoak wtih electric energy, wtth rapid preoUtoei tad with palest power that to refreehlaflr rtoersna sad Mlrrlac. Ethey Barnes Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Kinder and little son, Ruben, Mr. and Mr. Mlley Beazley and baby nnd Miss Dorothy Beazley were visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Homer Ray at McQuerry. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Ward, Mr. Tom Ward, Mr. C. R. Henry, Louis and James Milton Henry were the guest Thursday, June 10th., of Master Earl Want Clark. The happy occasion being Earl's eleventh "birthday. On Wednesday, June ICth. Mr. and Mrs. John Osborn were hosts at one of the most delightful affairs of the season in this vicinity. Mr. Osborn knew nothing about It until noon when he went home for dinner. He was almost shocked to And so many people at the house, then It occured to him that it was his 49th. birthday. Everything good and In season was served at the bounteous dinner and all fortunate enough to be present wish maay more happy Antique Furniture. I buy nnd sell OLD FURNITURE and antiques of every description. If you care to buy, or If you care to sell, write, or phono J. E. Elmore, l" Lancaster. Ky. Attention Hunters Positively no fox huntlnir or hunt- of any character or trespassing on our lams. Any violators will be prosecuted. W. S. Embry. W. A. Price. T. J. Price, Ed and N. B. Price, Fisher Herring, Crit Meadows, Ansel Meadows, John Collier, J. S. Schooler. Joe Crlsclllis, J. M. Crbcillls, Robert Speake, George Conn, Jim Conn, Henry Arnold, Marion Johnson. W. E. Whltaker, Tom Conn, J. M. Meadow, W. T. Kin. John Rich. Sam Rich and J. G. Conn. (Other names will be added ubm the payment ef 25 cents.) (tf.)