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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): June 30, 1921 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1921 cen1921063001_sn86069201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): June 30, 1921 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1921 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. THE CENTRAL RECORD. TMIHTYHICOND YEAR LANCASTER. KY.. THURSDAY AFTERNOON, JUNE 30, 1921. NUIIIR 13. VI WILLIE ROGERS Robinson Given FABULOUS GILBERT DECRIES NEW MANAGEMENT CHAUTAUQUA Warm Welcome. Ordained As Minister PROFITS HARDING TACTICS Ollie Carpenter Takes Begins Next Wednesday (Interior Journal.) At Paint Lick. Leaf Companies Make Says Country Would Charge Of Baseball SpLndid Entertainment Assured In The I. J. man had the pleasure of On Sunday afternoon nt three "Killing" Off Kenaccompanying Mr. Joe Robinson, of Th Five Day's Proiram. Team. Like To Know Where Lancaster, to Liberty Monday and o'clock the ordination of Mr. Wm. styled spending the day with him there. Rogers took place at the Mt. Tabor A number of citizens of the city, tucky Tobacco PurThe Redpath Chautauqua, He Stands On One ail of them baseball enthusiasts, this year as the "Chautauqua de Mr. Robinson, as is well known, is n church nt Paint Lick. Visiting have taken over the management of luxe," will give its opening program candidate for the democratic nomi- tors and deacons were asked to chased Last Question. pasas- Washington, on Hie floor of In theHoue, hisirst speech Represen- tative Italph Gilbert, Klghth Kentucky District, Democrat, attacked the Porter ponce resolution as a "legislative abortion to relieve the RepuW-llca- n Administration of its own folly." Referring to President Harding's attitude on the peace situation he aid: "I have known men able to ejeape taking any side, but he is the only man 1 have ever known with such transcendent ability as to be considered the champion of every side. "It would be refreshing to the entire country to be able to agree as to where he stands on some one question." The Congressional election In the Kighth Kentucky District last fall was fought out on a straight question on the peace resolution or the League of Nations, Mr. Gilbert asserted. "It Is true that President Harding received a large majority In the country at large," he said, "but he did so by using the same kind of tactic being played now and because he received the votes of those like Charles F.vans Hughes, who believed his election would be the surest way of entering the league, ns well as of those like Senator Hiram Johnson of California, who believed his election would be the surest way of staying out." Accomodating Candidates. Allie Sanders tells us that Garrard county has the most accomodating candidates it has ever had been hi pleasure to meet. He had occasion to break part of his mower a few days ago and was unable to find the desired piece in any of the Imple ment stores of the city. He mentioned the fact to the various candidates and asked for assistance. The result has been that hi back yard now is a veritable junk pile, as every' single candidate in the county has brought him pieces of mowers that a junk dealer would look upon with envious eyes. r the l.aticnster Baseball Team and have elected O. It. Carpenter Its manager for the remaining season. Several good games have been scheduled, among them one with llarrodsburg tomorrow (Friday) afternoon. This should be one of the llarrodsbest games of the year, burg has only been defeated one tune during the present reason. Next Monday, July tth., a game has been arranged with .Stanford, to be played at Crab Orchard. A good delegation of boosters should attend these games and show the boys who have worked and practiced hard, our appreciation of the sport which In is tbe greatest g.ime in America toHe a booster, don't be a "misday. With apologies to Walt fit citizen Mason, we might say: "Breathes there a man with soul so tame, that when the home team wins a game, he doesn't throw a lit. Who dosn't help to make a noise, or take his place nmong the boys, who on the bleachers sit? If such there bo go set him down ns an incumbrance to the town, a brake upon Its wheel; for any fellow is a crime, who doesn't a the hasetntl time, a glow of rapture feel. If he ran view unmoved the score, which show us how the home team bore the forman olT the map; the soul within m is decayed, our council-me- n should take a spade and plant that kind of a chap. For he's the man who always grunts when we'd put on improvement stunts, and pave the village streets, who always beefs about his tax, and sticks to pennies tight as wax and prices downward beats. He is the skate who never gives much satisfaction while he lives, whoe worth we can't discern; but when at last he rashes in, the people raise a joyful din, and costs ly burn." next Wednesday afternoon nnd closes Thursday night of the following week. As has been their custom for several years, there will be no program on Sunday. The five day's program is at fol lows : First Aftrrnoon. Introductory Exercises, Grand Con cert Weybelle Concert Company. First Night. Concert Weybelle Concert Com pany. Ada Lecture "You Americans War.l. Second Afternoon. Grand Concert The Ilrahms Trio. Second Nisjht. Concert The Rrahms Trio. Lecture, "Wiser than Solomon" Charles Zueblin. Third Afternoon. Grand Concert The Sklkoy Met ropolitan Orchestra. Third Night. Gilbert nnd Sullivan's Famous Light Opera "The Mikado" With Orchestra. Fourth Aftrrnoon. Lecture. "Failures of the Misfits" Chester M. Sanford. Fourth Night. Comedy, Delightful American "Nothing Hut the Truth New York Cast. Fifth Afternoon. Grand Concert Fine Art Quartet Fifth Night. Concert Fine Arts Quartet and Charles R. Taggart. Dull Court Day. Garrard A Battle Ground W. S. Kaltenbackcr says In Times Indications Louisville the are that the fight between the two parties in Garrard County this year will eclipse any of former years. The county is regarded as the real battle ground in that section of the Stales and may decide the political control In the State Senate. One of the most Interesting races is that for the senatorial seat from the Eighteenth district. J. K. Robinson, the Democratic nominee for Senator, and his Republican opponent, J. S. Haselden, both live in Garrard county, and no matter what may be the outcome Garrard will furnish the member of the upper branch. While Garrard county is nominally Republican In national State elections, the Democrats always make a good showing In "off years" and the party In excellent shape, the leaders believe that the Democrats will more than hold their own. now-bein- Delightful Birthday Surprise. On Monday, June 20th., the children and grandchildren of Mrs. H. U. Cox surpriseil her with a bountiWith the excep-tio- n ful basket dinner. of one daughter, Mr. H. M. family, of Knoxvllle, Rrown ami Tcnn., the entire family was present. At noon dinner was served to sorno thirty-fiv- e or forty guests and every onu seemed to enjoy It to the utmost. pictures During the afternoon were made of the entire gathering. Those outsido the Immediate family present were the aged grandmother, who reaches her eighty-thir- d milestone August 20th., but who seemed to enjoy herself with the other children. Also her daughter, Miss Cynthia Cox, Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Alexander, of Danville, and Mr. and Mrs. Shirley Estej and children, of Lancaster were present. Late in the afternoon all left re luctantly wishing Mrs. Cox many more .such happy birthdays. Monday was one of the dull est court days held in Lancaster in the memory of the oldest inhabitant. The crowd was nothing more than a Saturday afternoon assemblage, and Young Wife. all came mostly to spend the day and Iineaster friends of Slout Lilian), very little of their money. of Danville, but born in Looks Like Contest. not many years ago, learned with deep regret of the death of his wife, Two candidates have already an Mrs. Jane Crawford Lillard. who nounced for the republican nomina died at the Danville Hospital last tion for State Senator in this district, Monday morning fol'owing a short and it begins to look as if there would illness of blood poison. Mrs. Lillard be a contest. Dr. R. L. Davidson. was 25 years old and beside her bus of Stanford, has filed his declaration band, is survived by one child, a at Frankfort and Col. Joe Haselden, daughter, nine months old. Mrs. of this city has done likewise and Lillard was a graduate of Kentucky says he's out for the nomination. College for Women and is a nelce Mail. of the Misses Green, of Danville No She and her husband had just re Postmaster Brown announces that cently returned from Paris. France, .vill be no more general delivery Her death was untimely indeed, it then mail on Sunday. This seems of the being said that the scratch of a pin to be one of the faults of a second on her fare caused the blood poisonclass office. Hut he tells us that the ing. law does not provide for remuncra tion for the Sunday service, hence its discontinuance. Those who have boxes, may still have access to them Cobs." on Sunday as in the past. Copying an article which appear ed in the Record several weeks ago Noah relative to the organization of a Magisthe tobacco factory in l.ancaster, Louisville Times makes the following comment which is of eJhusual interest in view of the fact that a rob pipe The announcement of Noah Mar factory is being favorably talked of see. Jr., of Bryantsvllle, as a Re by several of the prominent citizens publican candidate for Magistrate In of Uncastcr. The Time says: "If district No. 2, is the result of the Lancaster again enters the manufac earnest solicitation of his many turc of hurley twist, it should be a friends throughout that section of selling point to advertise "Garrard the county where he is so well nnd Twist for (larrard Cobs," for that favorably known. county is noted for growing a qua! Mr. Marsee needs no introduction ity of com cobs which make tht finest to the citizens of the county where pipes. Nowhere else In Kentucky he was born and has lived nil his do such desirable cobs grow. There life. He Is one of Bryantsville is something in the soil of a par leading merchants and has many ticular part of the county that pro friends who will work hard for his duces the sweetest cobs, aside from nomination and election. their size ami the large pith center.' His Announcement To the voter of Magisterial Dls Union Services. trlct No. 2: The first union services of the sum I take this method of Informing iiicr will be held at the Presb)teriau you that I am a candidate for mag church next Sunday evening. Rev. istrate In Dryantsville Magisterial K. II. llourland of the Christian District No. 2, on the Republcan church will preach the sermon. The ticket, and if elected will fill the ofother ministers of the town will par fice to the best of my ability, assurticipate in the services. ing the voters, both women and men, The union services throughout last high and low, rich and poor, that all summci were quite well uttvnded and will receive the same courtesy. Havgreatly enjoyed by practically the ing never before offered myself as It is a candidate for office, I now submit whole town and community. hoped that this summer will witness my career and qualifications at a a repetition of meetings largely at citizen of the district for your contended and profitable. To this end sideration, and if found worthy of everybody Is urged to be present your support and influence, I earnestx next Sunday evening and every ly solicit it. very truly, evening thereafter as lone as Yours Sunday Noah Marsee1, Jr. the union services are conducted. (It.) Pin Scratch Fatal To Sunday nation for State Senator in this district composed of Lincoln, Casey, Iloyle and Garrard counties, and is making an active campaign. He was warmly received by the democracy of Casey county, and while the coun ty is overwhelmingly republican many of the enthusiastic democrats feel that if Mr. Robinson is the nominee they can so materially reduce the republican vote that his election Mr. Robinson will be a certainty. is a splendid mixer and Cusey county democrats ore very much impressed many with him. That he made friends there Monday there is no doubt. An effort is tyring made to have R. P. Young, cashier of the Middleburg Hank, head of the ticket this fall and if he will do so, the impression is that at least a portion of the democratic ticket can win. He is popular with all classes, has the confidence of every man, woman and child in the county nnd is by odds the choice of the Casey democracy for county judge. He has promised to give his answer in the next day or so and If he agrees to make the race, you can put it in your pipe and smoke It he will win. This sounds almost Incredible when it is told that Casey county gave a republican ma jority of 1.G00 votes last November. She never did such a thing before and she will never again. Republi cans and independent nnd whatnots have gotten their fill of unfilled promises nnd they are not at nil pleased with the conditions that have fotlowed the election of President Harding. They are not too well pleased with Gov. Morrow'.s official career, either, while his pardon record makes his strongest friends and admirers change the subject when the name of F.d Morrow s mention ed. Casey democrats are also anx ious for "Lige" Moore to make the race for county attorney. He is very strong with the voters and has been elected over republican opponents several times. He Is willing to make the race If Mr. Young will run for county judge. It Is not expected that the democrats will name a full itcket, and perhaps it would not be the wise thing to do. They are thinking seriously and almost prayerfully over nominations and arc determined that when a ticket or part of one is put out it shall have their undivided and enthusiastic sup port. They are full of fight and If they do not elect the democrats nom inated they will come so near It that the republicans will be given the wont scare of thcr lives. Dr. O. Olin sist In the service. Green, pistor of the First Baptist church, Richmond, was chosen as chairman of the council nnd directed the ordination service. Mr. Ktlward Fothcrgill, of Bcrea, was elected secretary. Dr. J. W. Beagle, of Georgetown, was asked to conduct the examination of the candidate for the ministry. After relating his religious exience ami call to the ministry, Mr. Rogers was asked to state clearly his belief as to the Inspiration of the Scriptures, and the teaching the Bible about God, Jesus Christ, the Holy Spirit, Sin, Redemption, Faith Repentance, the Future Life, the Church ami its 'Ordinances and Officers. The questions covered a wide range of religious subjects, the other ministers also asked questions at intervals. The Rev. Mr. Rogers showeil a thorough knowledge of all the sub jects on which he was questioned giving Scriptual references when called for to substantiate his doc trinal statements. All the members of the ordaining council were well pleased and thoroughly satisfied with statements of the young brother and the ordination service was continued. Rev. A. T. Ross, pastor nt Kirks-vill- e, wns asked to deliver the charge to the church emphasizing its duties to the young minister who was then being et apart to .such a sacred work. Rev. J. B. Skaggs, pastor of the Mt. Tabor church, delivered the charge to the candidate, urging especially a thorough preparation for the work of the ministry. Rev. John Cun ningham, of Bcrea, led in the ordain Ing prayer. Rev Rogers was recently called to the pastorate of the Gilead church and has entered upon his duties there. He expects, however, in the near 'uturc to enter one of the de nomination.!! schools of the state to prepare himself for the ministry. Winter. Std $107,000,000. Redeem Your Pledges Exhibits Well Attended For Chautauqua. The Kxhibits Clubs of the Garment-Makin- g "Garrard Twist For Garrard the held throughout county the past two weeks have been quite well attended and characterized by a splendid Interest. At these exhibits the girls gave short programs, followed by the pre sentation of the prizes, after which there was a social hour for try? visitors to inspect the work of the girls. The prize winners have been as follows: Hryantsvllte 1st. prize, Ola Doolin, Gingham Dress; 2nd. prize, Lou Doolin, Dress. Manse 1st. prize, F.loise Ledford, Gingham Dress; 2nd. prize Rlanchc Rowling, Silver Thimble; 3rd. prize, Florence Holmes, llox of Handker Marsee, Jr. Announces For trate, chiefs. Huckeye prize, Christine 1st. Davis, Pair Silk Hose; 2nd. prize Myrtle Davis, Sewing Basket; 3rd. prize, Roberta Ray, Sewing Dasket. Duena Vistu 1st. prize, Rachel Scolt, Fountain Pen, 2nd. prize Sadie Ruble, Gingham Dress, 3rd. prize Gladys Hamilton, Box Stationery. I.ancastcr (High School) 1st. prize Marie Cotton, Dress; 2nd. prize Mossie Criscillis, Fancy Comb; 3rd. Pair of Scis prize Clyde Hughe sors. Lancaster Junor High School 1J prize Minnie Turner Silk Hose; 2nd. prize Agnes Pollard Pair of Scissors; 3rd. prize Stellu Spcake Silver Thimble. Lancaster 6 and Oth Grades 1st. prize Nell Pelphrey $2.00; 2nd. prize Dorothy Dunlap, Silver Thimble; 3rd. prize Klizabsth Rich Pair of Scissors. 1st. prize F.lva JenMt. HebroA ningsGingham Dress; 2nd. prize, Velma Thompson, Box of Handkerchiefs; 3rd. prize Georgia Barker Ivory Comb. Lower prices paid for Kentucky and Virginia types of tobacco (mostly Kentucky) nnd greater demand for cigarettes have enabled cigarette manufactors to show the largest profits In their history, uVspitc the gen eral business Depression, n front-pag- e article in a recent issuo of a Wall Street Journal said. Manufacturers saved approximate ly $107,000,000 as a result of the slump of Kentucky grades alone, the decline on tobacco grown in this State having been the greatest, the article continues. The average price paid Kentucky farmers December 1, last, was trie a pound compared with 32.2c a year before, 20.3c two years before and 20c three years before and an average price of 14.8c for the ten years 1010 to 1910, inclusive,, the journal states. 'One of the most popular types of cigarettes is that made of Kentucky tobacco, it says. ."This kind retails at 20c for a package of twenty. Be fore the war It retailed at 10c. Taxes then were 3c on the package, against Cc today. In 1919 Kentucky tobacco brought 38.2c a pound compared with 7.8c in 1915, and increase of nearly 300. Other materials advanced In about the same proportion, while retail prices increased only about 100 per cent. "It was estmated last year that 70 per cent of production costs went for leaf. With prices for leaf cut in half compared with those for the 1919 crop, the enormous saving to the cigarette manufacturer is obvious. Labor costs in cigarette making represent 10 per cent of the total. Cigsretta Output at Rsword. In the first 4 months of 1921 cigarette production on tho basis of internal revenue figures amounted to IG.307,0,00,000. This is at the annual rata of nearly 49,000,000,000 compared with 44,051,000,000 in Our type made the advertisement 1920 44,804,000,000 In 1919 and of the llarrodsburg, Ice and Produce 117,914,000,000 in 1918. Co., in our last issue, say they were As a result of lower leaf prices, paying 25 cents a pound for nice cigarette manufacturers are accumuhens, when it should have been nice lating large quanities of cash. It is Wo are sorry that tho mis hams. officially estimated that one of the take occurcd and hope it didn't cause big manufacturers purchased Its supour friends too much worry and ex ply of tobacco at something like planation. This firm still wants all $20,000,000 less than it cost in 1919. the country hams it can buy at 25 This figure exceeds the manufacturcents a pound, but they are not pay ing profit of any cigarette concern Ing that much for hens. last year, and is nearly IS per cent of the 1920 profits of the five most important manufacturers. There appears little likelihood of a reduction in cigarette prices, for The ticket committee for the com the time being, at least. Growing ing Chautauqua have been putting demand makes it unnecessary to cut in some hard work this week, distrib- to get business. Also, a reduction uting the tickets that were pledged of 50c a thousand, or lc on a packlast year. This committee has had age of twenty cigarettes, would probseveral hard jolts by some refusing ably not be passed on to the conto redeem the tickets that had been sumer, except in cases where there subscribed for nt our last Chautau- was competition among dealers. qua. Many more tickets must be Leading tobacco men feel that when sold before the guarantors are "out a cut is made, it will be 5c on the of the woods" and if the people real- package of twenty cigarettes. ly want n Chautauqua for another year, they must come across and prove It by purchasing tickets for the coming entertainment which promThe stock of groceries, etc., sold ises to be the best one that has ever by L. G. Davidson, trustee of Coy S. Sanders, last Saturday afternoon, shown In Lancaster. was bought by Mr. Sanders for $730. Mr. Sanders is now doing business Moonshine nt the old stand and is offering and selling some rare bargains as he is U. S. Marshal J. K.sBash, of Som- compelled to give up the store room erset, and Messrs. Thurmond, Crltch-an- d by July 15th. Fox made a raid Saturday night Ring. Wins and captured and destroyed n moonshine still. The still was located on The diamond ring given by the the Hanging Fork on tho farm of stock company which played in our Haven Mclleath, on the Lancaster city last week, was awarded to Miss pike just over tho Lincoln county Susie Williams, one of the popular line. There was one present when young ladles at the telephone ex the still was found, but tho officers change. She received over one hunarrested Albert Creech, a tenant on dred thousand votes and nearly twico tho farm nnd brought him to town as many vote as all the other candiand lodged him in jail. Creech will dates combined. She is deeply havo an examining trial before U. S. grateful to her friends for the in Commissioner Lawwill tomorrow, on terest manifested In her behalf. a charge of moonshlnlng. There was every indication of the still having been in full operation. The still was s destroyed by the offcers. It is Tho Garrard county teachers thought that moonshine had been the dato being fixed for made there and sent to other places stitute will be held this year in for sale. The officers deserve great July 25th., and is to last for one credit for finding this still, which week. It was first announced that was so securely hidden in a ravine it would be held next week but the that it was almost undiscoverable date has been changed. All teachers and so placed that it could not be of the county who did not attend the seen within a few feet of Its location. summer school at Richmond are reDanville Messenger. quired to attend this initituM. An Apology Sanders Sale. Still Found And Destroyed. Diamond Teachers Institute The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday, June 30, 92 1 1 fujCKr ed in the experiment, all weeds being kept down and the average yield of the different plots determined. Deep cultivation six to eight times during the season resulted in nn average COLLECTION OF, VALUABLE BOOKS iIstrikeJ Cigarette tha aama Jcllcleua No elf aratt has flavor as Lucky Strlka. Bacausa toasted cigars. Lucky Strlka Is the Best Corn Cultivation Should Kill All Weeds Thnt form of cultivation which most effectively destroys weeds is the best one to use in cultivating corn, according to results obtained In nn experiment conducted by the Kentucky Ai;ricultural Experiment Station for ten years. Five different methods of cultivating were practic yield of 51.2 bushels nn acre and deep cultivation three to four times gave nn nverage yield of fiC.l bushels an acre. Shallow cultivation three to four times gave an nverage yield of 5.V8 bushels an acre. Cultivating six to eight times by the shallow method resulted in nn nverage of 55.5 bushel an ncro. On plots where no cultivation was done but where the weeds were kept scraped off with a sharp hoe the average yield an acre was 52.9 bushels. This method of keeping down weeds was not to be recommended because of the labor ami expense connected with It and was practiced to only further determine the need for cultivation. The deep cultivation was about four inches as deep as is practicable cultivator, while the with a shallow cultivation was about two Inches deep. and one-hacultivation controls If shnllow weeds it is preferable because it Is less expensive," said Prof. Roberts, head of the soils and crops depart mcnt of the station in discussing the experiment." In deep cultivation deep furrows should not bo left be cause they may cause serious wash ing of the soil. One should not begin by cultivating shallow and going deeper ns the com grows larger but one may begin deep and gradually reduce the depth of the cultivation." two-hors- o lf AT TRANSYLVANIA Interesting Library of Kentucky and Danville History by Dr. A. H. Barkley. "The Journal," a weekly magnxine published In the Interest of the American Medical Association, in it issue of June 18, contained i very interesting artlcal on the Transylvnnia Library, which contains many books on Kentucky and Danville history. The ntticle was written by A. II. Harkley, M. D. (Hon.), C. !., of Lex ington, Ky.. and much of the early history of Crow's Station (now Dan ville, Ky.,) i given. Following Is a part of the article taken from the in 1700, Dr. Samuel Ilrown was to go to Europe nnd purchase books for the library. Five hundred dollars, no small sum in those days, was given Dr. Ilrown for Journal: An item on Transylvania Library appeared In The Journal, Feb. IP. IWIM. It is doubtful whether any like collection of books so valuable has been kept in the background so long as thoe now occupying the shelves In Transylvania. The nucleus of this wonderful collection was started by John Todd of Virginia, who gave to Transylvania Seminary, then located at Crow's Sta tion, now lloyle County, Kentucky, his library, which consisted of many valuable and rare books. Todd's books were brought from Virginia over the Allegheny Mountains to Kentucky, by what was then known ns the "Wilderness Hoad;" this of it' self when one rcilecM on the inac cessibility of the destination anil the poor facilities for travel, wns no Hmnll feat to accomplish under such conditions. These books were brought to Crow's Station, Ky., in 178 1, and placed in the double log cabin then occupied by Transylvnnin Seminary. They remained here until their removal to Lexington. Ky., in 170L. There was formed in Lexington pr.or to 1 70- -, a company that styled itself the Transylvania Land Com pany. his company was made up largely of Lexington citizens of a philanthropic turn of mind, who otTercd Transylvania Seminary a plot of ground in Lexington, now known ns 'Gratr Park." if the Seminary would move from Crow's Station to Lexmg ton. This olTer was accepted and, in the fall of 179:1, the seminary with its collection of books moved to Lex ington nnd occupied a brick build. ng located on the ground donated by the land company. The time at which the formation of this wonderful storehouse of knowledge was begun can be recalled, and in presenting these facts it is interesting to note that Kentucky was then a section of Virginia. The ground that the land company gave had been but a short time before occupied by hardy pioneers, nnd was known ns the "Tomahawk Claim," beyond which lay endless leagues of shadowy forest. The vast domain west of the Mississippi had not been explored. Th" city of St. Louis was but an outpjt I for traders. The name Chicago not been coined. Fort Dearborn ri cupied by two compaine of I'mted States troops, marked n roll ;n th? prairie among the sloughs wher stands today the Queen and Quctr nnd Mistress of the lakes. Cincirr.a', had not yet taken her place on 'he mnp, being known ns Fort W'asii 1 - this purpose. Dr. Ilrown, nftrr much hard travel and many Inconveniences reached Kurope, and bought Mich books ns In his judgement the college needed to add to its already growing library. These were carefully parked and shipped to this country where, after much delay, they flnnlly reached Lexington. As the western country began to develop and the influence of the college and the library began to be felt much beyond its present conllnes, the need for more books became urgent. In IS JO, therefore, Dr. Charles Caldwell was commissioned to proceed to Kurope and buy such books ns were needed. llefore Dr. Caldwell went to Kurope, he induced the legislature of Kentucky to give $5,000 for the express purpose of purchasing book for Transylvania Library, which, as declared In the act, was to remain the property of the state of Kentucky. Simultaneously, the city of Lexington advanced $0,000 for the same purpose, but specified that with this loan the city was to retain a lien on the books. The loan, howevnr, subsequently became a donation. In addition, many physicians in the West and South and in Kentucky gave liberally, making In all about $1:1.000 which Dr. Caldwell was to spend for refined tastes and of excellent learning, and no one could have been better selected to purchase books than he. This was evidenced by the fact that while in Kurope on this mission he procured some of the most valuable books to be had at that time. The demand for knowledge wns so great, and the books then on hand were in such constant use by luith physicians and students that it was decided in I .via to send Dr. J. M Hush and Hobcrt Peter to Kurope to purchase more books. Th s t.me thc a man of books. Caldwell was m ., 113! "j-- iu .. aiyQiOgjKIy i Iris: FOIf PLUMB- ING SKK ! HCCARTHY were authorlied to spend $11,000, which they did with great discretion, obtnining some of the rarest nnd most valuable books to be found at that time in London and Paris. Transylvania continued to spend money for books for the medical until it had acquired a collection of more than 8,000 volumes, which covered the entire Held of medi cine nnd surgery ns it was taught at that time. There are to be found in this library, besides the books mentioned above, the theses of all graduates in medicine from ISIS to I861, which number 1,700; also 1,000 pamphlets on medical topics by men who were recognized ns authority on the respective subject. There are to be found two dozen lithographs on cannnd vass of prominent physicians surgeons of the period of IhJ.'i to 18115. These aro mostly of thov members of the profession who were prominent in the French Academy The books are in good cenditin, the paper of good quality, the type clear, ami the bindings and plates bear the Mrs mark of expert workmanship. Morton, the librarian, has gone thru the collection, classifying nnd nrrang ing the books so that there is quick nnd easy reference to any subject Visitors are always welcome. It might be stated that while tV trustees of Transylvania were collecting the medical library they were not unmindful of these books on law and literature in general, as there are 10,000 volumes on general subjects ami 2,000 law books, comprising in all 1' 0,0 00 volumes of most valuable books. The library doe net shine in books of recent publication; but in rare old books on medicine and the allied science, law and general subjects, this collection of Ixwks eclipses anything of it kind west of the AIlc ghenies, ami it has few equal in this country and abroad. These rare old books, when compared with many of the modern ones, recall a few lines from Haihtt's - common with the pure, silent air of Immortality." And he further add that "many of the new hooks are also like modern made dishes in this re spect. that they nre generally little else than hashes and refarrlnientos. of what has been served up entire nnd in a more natural state at other I times." (reat valuation is placed on this collection of book, nnd no one doing literary work, whether in law, medicine or the very early classics, should fall to visit this library before com pleting his data. Many persons of note have availed themselves of the riches in these old books. 16799 DIED in New York City alone from kid rtey trouble last year. Don't nllow yourself to become a victim by neglcctinc pains and aches. Guanl against this trouble by taking COLD MEDAL Ths wrtlil's sumlat J ttmrdjr (or kiJny, IItsi, M.IJr til uilc sci.l trouMss. llrJUnrf's Mtior.sl lmJy All ilniKclitt. lhir Leah Im Iks Call M.JI ftSl t1(,H sis. Out.nud. U iMMlSlMt inf 164. A Kansas f-! tocos am wHes wblrh pn-s-T-re tlielr sIim bmp Qood t- -m dLscoten that lazy brvl.cn tip tt rlf liusbsnds on can nod tlio hemi's In Hut what tlie of th cannery by raaklnc It fii't!n-- s fur hustmnd-- t rat wtat Ns-su- o pro-lart- s s olwrnr Wood r,k-.- l Thcl'I.L'MHKU Heitiar Roofing Guttering, Etc. Friday, stnen tbs ttuHrat Jsys of Christianity la CMtnory of the cnKtrUlou of Cirtst. nidcli trtit said ti bT Prtday, .prtl in, 2 A. I)., or April 3. 53, A. Tha "(lood Kay on "O ' I links," n wh.iH he iiprvsslcnsaid to (prvtN 5od) lrt-is-- " 1m Is t! sas that ",lut. an I sni- ke and no.-- e CSurcii of Ktirfand. ItitcuUar to ti ls obsrrred iff modern lUra'are '.ae ng " srtJay Utrr. lias tibs-rr- iil t. n'h Shop Phone 69. Lexington St. Lancaster, Ky. Australia of arr-- s Australia ha Rich In For hundreds of of rtrsln forest. thoo-Htid- s A Toothtom Exchange. "Will do your dental work In for young pullets,' advertises demise. Lines to Be Remembered. Why don't you show ns a statesman who can ri to tha emergency and tlien earn In thi emergency's bsad? Arternns Ward. "THE MIKADO" FAMOUS GILBERT AND SULLIVAN LIGHT OPERA I Rsalliss Hti an Am. Many a man enters the stock market as a bull and cornea out bare. Boston Transcript- No The National Sport. Ootf, we read, has not been taken op seriously by the r"ople In Switzerland The fart Is they arc too bnay chairing cuckoos Into cuckoo docks. From lnnch. London. mummy Cloth's Durability. TrsuWs sfs a Pkatur. Tho extraordinary durublllty of ths woman can put so much meaning A indent mummy doth U ttvlletvd to look that oe wondsrs why ths Imj doe to the fact that It was tBto flnt.hed IT en takes the taooble to aay anything, with vegetable bluo derived from ths Boston Transcript. locwt-heiiAfrican trw. u Early Bohemians. Why Seap Cleans. sake, Cupid P Onr forbears discovered that ashes, creamed Venus, "tou have cone and Dlxetl with water, glvo a smooth, idln-Kr-y u trimmed your wings I Why, you're alfeeling and also that tho most caiedr has cleaning iower. Tlio rea-so- u Is that the ash Is rich la soda or otash, both of ulilch aro good for Calvary's Nam. Tha city of Calgary. Alberta, but to use them alono Is Its name In 1870 from Col. Jurtful to fabrics; so vco combln Macieort, then in command of tho Ihera with fnts and tnako a son p. but royal northwest mounted polleo at .t Ls tho alkalies (soda ami potash) that point Ma named It after his Jiat cut Into the dirt and grvaso and Id homo, Calgary, a small citato on uaku It easy for tho water to rlnso them away. the Isln of Mull, Scotland. Tor heaven's mix-Jur- Complete Production Including Chorus Orchestra Special Lighting and Senic Effects 3rd INight REDPATH CHAUTAUQUA I THE UNIVERSAL CAR The simplicity of the Ford car, its stability in construction, the famous heat treatcil Vanadium steel with its marvelous strength and flexibility the low cost of operation and maintenance, its case in operation, all have made the Ford car the urcat favorite in every land in the world. It's the one car that always satisfies and serves. A utility beyond question that all can afford. We will be pleased to have jour order. Don't delay Iwcausc the demand Yc have almost everyis heavy all the time. thing in motor car accessories, sell the genuine. Ford Parts, and assure the best in mechanical repair work. Haselden Bros Garage. not IntcrestdHn any car except Ford (ieneral Pakenhnm had not attempted the capture of New Orleans, and (Ieneral Jackson, who was o !',c him with his troopers bac to 1'.' ships, was unknown to fame. Wars with the Indians were of Ur quent occurrence. The prow of a steamboat had never cut the water-oa western stream, an. I the whistle of a locomotive was unheard of in th s section. Thire were only two avenue by which Kentucky could be reached from the east. One wns the Ohio Itivtr, tho other the Wildimcss Itoad. The former was covered by kce' boats, and canoes; the latter waa traveled on horseback or on foot; no wheel had broken t or been broken by it. It was In such n country nnd with such environments that this great library began to grow and duTuie knowledge throughout the spane.y settled country. The hl&tory of the library is cloiely linked with that of Transylvania f llat-bont- Here --July 6th to Chautauqua 11 11th One of the Greatest Features of the Entire JUST 5-BONE OF BIG ATTRACTIONS Medical School. As is well known. ig Transylvania Medical College, the tint of lu kind west of the Allegheny's, wns located In Lexington, Ky Its faculty was composed of Mich men nit Drs. Samuel Drown, Frederick Daniel Drake, Charles Caldwell, and others of like mental caliber and literary attainment. At the first meeting of the truiteet of Tranylvnnm Medical School early Days 5 -- REDPATH CHAUTAUQUA SEASON TICKETS $3.00 PLUS 10 PER CENT WAR TAX Th Cantral Rtcord, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Juna 30. 92 1 1 Auction Sale OF MILK CHOLERA Is Most stacle Industry. ESSENTIAL Serious ObTo Hog ! Deering RESIDENCE ON MAPLE AVENUE Saturday, July 9th, 1921 AT 2:30 O'CLOCK ,Vc will sell to the highest bidder the residence property of Mrs. Eliza Hill, deceased. Located on the best residence street in Lancaster, Ivy. Six room frame house, front and back porch, large lot, 105 x 200 feet and can be divided into two residence lots. Terms made known on day of sale. For further particulars see W. A. DICKERSON, LANCASTER, KY. OR M. H. DUDLEY OR J. E. NEVIUS, DANVILLE, KY. JUDSON Mr. Henry Grimes is slowly Improving. Mm. Maggie Tracy i visiting her daughter, Mr. Jim Clark. The little infant of Mr. anil Mrs. labor4. Preston u improving. Mk Elisabeth fiolifl Harm, of ilrtrndhoad, is visiting Mls Virginia Kay. Mr. and Mm. C. It. Xnytor and children ne.ro gue4i Sunday of Mr. Itay and family spent the daj with Mm. JoIui Itay and family. T'iur-da- "taratlon," that have adils, "cnine.! hy Ihe parently recovered from the trouble rtwnrry or the weak hy ritrnnger ari often Irtlale. IttifiPiifkp mill tinf.i,if 111,-- fuMl still harbor the d'srase nnd Inc. Indigestion caused by careless upreaJ it to other nnlmali. Control and preventive measure i? be tiled in liir'.ttni; the .ire suminar-Ue- d m follow) by th circular: "Any pic showl.i.: evident it M health thould be lerara'ed from tito remainder of the her I and c'oiely I observed for development of tr.e d One of the most serious obstacle FOR STOCK to the luccest of the hoi; industry in Kentucky I ho cholera, according Whllt Good Pstturo It Important for to the veterinary department of tne CJlvti No Subitltutt Will Taka ollege of Agriculture which has Juit Plae of Milk. inued a circular on the prevention (Prepared lr tlir I'mtnl HUtrt Dtp art and control of the disease in order mint at Aerl.ulture I to help farmer combat it. Uog young animal "Vim cannot MnMe I more or lesi prevalent at ao a In check Ita growth, ami still get cholera all times, beini: nn infectuoui and KiHMl Ly a Thl comment results." Missouri fanner on tlif problem or hii;hlj contneiou di.ease with a hih runtlhesa In Urn Mock' li death rate. It spread rapidly from In acruril with the. etperlcnce: of sev- - ammal to animal In the herd an ntl litlfirlr.l fitlmr IIvm afiMlr nirtiprl farm to farm in communities. It is ho hav contributed their eiperlenc caused by a filterable virsus which or is present in the discharge of Jick ii Uio Lniirii Mtnlc A irrfi"tttt,tra alitilv tf ,1,1. atitilM1! animals. apMany hogs c Binder Twine Phone us tight now I so we can save yours for I you and of course you save the difference. V V, I Better !ii.i' Depression, aUKRestive A nnd a hij:h temperatu'e li. ef npplt.te to ho: cholera. nr' nlw.tvs If a hoc Good Mull to Head tho Hard. die a should be held anil the organs carefully examined post-morte- Purina Chicken Chicken Feed, Purina Chow, The quality kind. AY Nannie Itay. Mr. Tew Nayjer and J. I'. Clark are visiting Mm. Bdd XajHor on Ike Lexington road. Mm. Wm. Adam entertained n few of her friend Tuesday In honor of her birthday. Miss Acne Itay ami Matter Owsley Itay were gueU Sunday of Mi Lillian-a- nd J. T. Murphy. Mcsdamc Huford Smith arid Tom Farnau. Iludion Mimc Virginia Itay and Elizabeth Osbel Barnes, of llroadhead were pleannt guest Tuesday of Mm. C. It. Xayler. Mr. and .Mm. Tom Tracy and daughter, and Mr. J. I'. Xnytor spent the day Sunday with Messrs. Perry and Will Long. Mr. and Mm. John Voter and daughter were the guets Saturday nitrht and Sunday of Mrs. Crouihorn in llryantKVille Oood unclean trough, pall, and barrels nil of these things can no much of tin- - trouble In fanner' eaperl riit'M. racially III their hog lot.' In dlMilne the Importance of milk a an rentlal food both for lire Mock and iple, be remark that while good pasture l verj eentlal In the srouth of rahe, for sent calve no auhstltute will tale the pluce of fresh cow, milk, "From iuy own exper! ence," lie Mntc, "I know tliut no Jouiic anltiial will recover from retarded or Miintrd growth. As a child I nas normal In Iie nnJ my parents were of Klroiic. sturdy Scotch stock When, some eam ago, my parents act feeding, will tied a ' pioneers In Iowa, meat was a ' disease, he "iieer gained Mrvngth. weight, or de toe 10 lime. At tint this may ein velopment of bone and muscle" that Iih should have had "My normal inpoaalble, hut soon )ou will bo abl to Co It readily. Till will reduco weight," he fa), "has been aboun" your waist lb two mouths. If faithful' pounds, and still my health has been Ijr followed each morning aud night. the bi-- t since I Rot the 'shakes.' Keep jour joung atilmals growing." Eitrclt. Each mornlnir bernr drelnir ex. effect of the rclse hy stooping and touching jour the physical lutury. and milk und butter were un obtainable, ut least for tho tint year, At the end of the )ear we got ft Cw and chickens, so our tunc conditions improved." Me add that malaria fol lowed, mid, althouKh he outgrew the 11 PRODUCTION OF GOOD HORSES D You Know About tho Bis Roductions in i Chalmers Cars New Price IncraaM In Number of Draft Animal Hld to Bo Great Ntd, Saya Waynt Dlnsmoro. r for the indication of cholera. It often happens that when cholera infection occur In a healthy herd one individual will sicken and die tome days before the herd as n whole shows siirn of lckne. Therefore it is important to know the cause of death of the first pic that dies. "Hum or bury deeply all piss that die, recardles of the cnue of their death. "All pies purchased and brought to the farm should be kept under close observation in eperate quartcM for at lenst three weeks. "To prevent hou cholcraclean the hoc hoUH' of all litter nnd dirt, spray with an nntiseptic and apply white wash and paint. Itake up and re move or burn all waste :md rubbish in and about the pens and yard. lime freely in the I'sc yards adjacent to the and from time to time where the pic are fed." A number of other preventive measures are ttivvn in the circular states that the only ncent which a preventive for the disease is anti hog cholera nerum. The circular outlines the method of vaccination and it. uses. The publication i No. lOli and is entitled "The Prevention and Control of Hoc Cholera." It may be obtained free by writinc the Kxperiment Station, Lexington. d hoR-hou.- e 1 Becker & Ballard BRYANTSVILLE, KENTUCKY. BRYANTSVILLE Mm, Calvin Mr. Clewl Casey was the guest of Mr. and Mm. Carl Moberley Satur- RMckter .. $1,495 5 Past. Tourinc .... 1,545 7 Pau. Touriax 1,795 Sport Modal. i... '1,695 4 Paaa. . 2,295 SPaaa. Sedan 2.445 n akast rrkssclai Card Tut ad F. O. B. Detroit Wat Taa la b 44al Old Price Reduced $1,795 1,795 1,945 1,995 $300 250 150 Coa.... 2,595 ' 2,745 i .... 300 300 300 Ik Hw Alaautt Crtstia Sj itsas. a The Vondcrful New Chalmcri oar now ever better buy than it it new low price level. ArlrucllV rrofoillon Optn to a Uu Dtaltt In Vour Locality. Hite D. Bowman Company 1! fourth Avo., artdl Oak Streets LOUISVILLE, KY. GUNNS CHAPEL Mr. and Mm- Hancy Teati'r spent Sunday with Mr. nnd Mr. Hughey - Moberley. Itev. Iniko will fill his nppolntiiu'nt at the M. K. church Saturday niK'ht am? Mrs. Hollon. Mr. nnd Mm. Louis Murphy and, family wero iruesta of Mr. and Mr. Wm. II. Stotta Sunday. Missel Iternlco nnd Ilessle Teatcr May nnd Annie were week-enKuciti of Miss Itvrt Daily. d and Sunday. Try a sack of UallarJ's ObelUk Mossm. John Land, I'.uscll HoU Flour and nolle the difference. man nnd Heather Itay are in J c sai Hudson 4 in I no this week. Mrs. Clemnile Murphy was taken o Mr. McKinley lbell wa In to Danville f,or an operation hut Sunday to ec hi sister, Mrs. week. Jihe is doing nicely. Clvmnilo Murphy. Mr. and Mm. II. M.VCurtz and chilManure contain humus In plenty .ftiss Ivi Hollon I in Lexington dren visited the former parent, and all the nevearj- - plant materials, with her brother, Ilev. J. It. Hollon near Ilarrodtburi; Friday . na well ns hucicrtti which put these material Into tho most usable shape for crop. Tt set tho full benefit of stable manure, however, It should lie balanced ulth add phosphate, which W. 0. RIGNEY W. U. DICKERSON U coiupnrtitlvely Inexpensive. Dan-vill- That the hot water method of treating wheat seed Is ctfective in controlling loose smut Is shown by the results which have been obtained by George Fischer, Daviess countj', who cooperated with County Agent J. V. Whitehouse In carrying on a demonstration. Two bushels of seed wheat were treated by the hot water method nnd soun on an acre of one HIGH SILLS CAUSE OF LOSS field. Seed for tho remainder of the field was untreated. A recent examination of tho field showed that Nlbra.k Ordr Find That Llttl the portion of the field which had Pig Are Unabl to Follow been planted with treated seed was Sow Into Pent. free from smut while the portion Many pics uro lost nnd other tire planted with untreated seed contained stunted In growth us the reult of ex from three to four per cent smut. pour because of hlch sill In front of hOens. Till la tho observation of LOYD. a Nebraska awliiu eruwer In a letter to tho L'nltetl State lH'pnrtmcnt of Mrs. John Itay is ill at this writ Acrlcultun! on tho causo of runty live ing. He urge thnt sbvkmen ex stock. amine their epjpment, and bo certain (loebel Penclton sold a buggy nnd that small pie ure tilde to follow the harne to John Hicks, price $40. ow Into the (nn. Attention to bal Mr. and Mm. J. D. Itay spent Mon- anced rations, anlliitloti. und pure wu ter are llkewl-- o mentioned ns ineth lay with Mr. and Mr. Tom Doolin. oK of preeiitlm; runta. Mr. and Mm. Marshal Itay attend ed meeting at Mrs. Clark's Sundaj'. BENEFIT OF STABLE MANURE Dal ties for sale. Hudson & Farnau. It Should 0 Balanced With Acid Henry Itay had a good yearling Phoiphat, Which la Com. mule to fall in a well and drown last paratlvtly week. HoMe itealcM feel that the Iiom I "coming back." According to Infor mation Slithered by tho Horse Asoct-ntlo- n of America und transmitted to J. K. Kuelm of university fann. sec-of the Minnesota Morss! Hreed en' association, mori draft hone am now belujr sobl for city u than for many jeaM past. Increased iirodue- Hon of cod horses la held to be a Kreat ueiil at present. Wayuo Dln. more, an authority well known In horso circle, says; "You can iwfely imuro tho fanners of a better market for their surplus animal," Hot Water Treatment Controls Wheat Smut. lnpnlv. W. 0. RIGNEY & CO. Residence Phone S3. Fumral Oirectort and Embalmers Office Phone 18. Mr. and Mr. 11111 Simpson spent Sunday with Mr. and Mr. L. L. Illinois. Matthew. Mrs. L. L .Matthew entertained several of her friends to ice cream Saturday afternoon, Mr. and Mr. Wm. Itay were vlit- toM of Mr. and Mrs. S. X. Sanders' KEEPING HARNESS IN REPAIR Friday night and Saturdaj. on Nogloct Rult In Injury That Mrs. S. N Sanders and son, Jim j or and daughter, Nannie and Mrs. J. Lhmsi Durablllty8w With D. Ray were the gueiti of Mr. and Strong Llntn Thrtacl. Mm. Wm. Hay Sunday. i i been on day night. Master Edward Teater spent SatMiss Ilesie (iulley spent the week- urday and Sunday with Messrs. itolsn end with Mm. Mert Hendren, in and Joe Hay. Kirksville. Mr. and Mm. Steve Agle and chilDon't forget the roidrnce lata of dren of Madison visited .Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Eliia Hill, deceased, Saturday, Ottis Stotts recently. July 9th. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Teater, Mr. Mr. Chas. F. Itankin, of Danville, and Mrs. Homer Itay spent the day ha. been a recent visitor of Mr. and Sunday with relatives. Mrs. It. II. Halcomb. Misses Bcrnlcc and Bessie Teater Tennessee Millet, Bed Top Can and Annie May spent a delightful week-enwith Miss Bert Dailey. Seed, Cow Peas, Soy Beans. Hudson dc Farnau. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbcrt Dailey and Mr. nnd Mm. A. II. Swope and son, were entertained at dinner Sunchildren were Sunday guests of Mr. day by Mr. nnd Mrs. James Land. and Mrs. J. D. Christopher. Mr. nnd Mrs. Clarenco McCulley Miss Emmcrine Itankin ha been and son, spent a pleasant day Suntho attractive guest of Misses Mar day with Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Simpson. garet and (Catherine Dean. Mrsy Elbert Teatcr was called to Messrs. Chas. Itankin. of Danville, nnd II. II. Halcomb were In Lexing the bedside of her sister, Miss Xellie Scott, who got hurt in a wreck last ton Thursday on business. week. All slses Sewrr Pip, Fir Brick, Mm. Davis and charmFire Clay, Sand, Camant and Ston. ing daughter, Miss Hazel, spent tho 6.23 31. Garrard Milling Co. week-enwith Mr. and Mm. Harmon Mr. and Mm. Jesse Culley and Davis. children, spent Sunday with her parMr. and Mrs. Harvey Teatcr and ents, Mr. and Mm. Tom Hcndron, In Master Wclba Teater spent the day Danville. Sunday with Mr. and Mm. Hugh Mrs. It. It. Montgomery and chil Mobcrlcj. dren, of Paint Lick, are tho gueits Mr. and Mrs. Elijah McMillian and of her parent. Mr. and Mm. John son and Mm. Abe Burton, made a W. Bryant. recent visit to Mr. and Mrs. Elza Mrs. Itobert Hutchinson and chil Calico, of Madison. dren have returned to their homo In Mr. Allen Teatcr and family enDanville, after a weeks stay with tertained Tuesday Mr. C. X. Teater Mr. and Mm. M. 0. Kcnncdj. and son, Durward and Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mm. M. 0. Kennedy en Mosc Itay and sons. tertaincd tho following to dinner Mr. and Mm. Elijah rridny: Itcv. and Mm. Geo. S. Con son, Mesdamcs James McMillian and F. SandeM and Dr. and Mrs. U. A. Dawes, Itev. ant. Wilbert Dailey. nttended tho burial of A. P. Jones, and Miss Eliza Ison. Mrs. Xannie Iiwrence Tuesdaj. Mr. and Mrs. J. Hogan Itatlard Mr. C. X. Teater and son, Mm. entertained the following to dinner Andrew Stotts, Miss Lucille Stotts, Sunday: Itcv. and Mm. Geo. S, Con- Mr. and Mrs. James Land nnd grand ant and famllj-- , Itcv. A. P. Jones, children were guests Wednesday of Mm. W. J. Hogan, Mm. E. H. Bal Mr. and Mm. Moe Rajy lard and Mr. and Mm. Jake Iturnslde Mr. and Mrs. John Dailey and daughteM, Mrs. Elijah McMillian and WOLF TRAIL son, Misses Annie , Mae Whlttakcr Mr. W. T. Moberley i on the sick and Maude Teatcr were recent visitors of Mr. Mosc Itay and famllj'. list. Miss Maude Teatcr returned to her Mm. Abe Uurton spent the weekhome near Broadhea.d Wednesday afend with her mother. Miss Lillian Daitey is spending two ter a pleasant visit with Miss Jessie Hay and other relatives. Misi Anna week with her Mao Whittaker and Jessie U. Itay acMr. Ira MnstcM of Madison was companied her homo for a short visit. a visitor of Mr, Mose Itay Sundaj. YMr. nnd Mm. Elijah McMillian enTry a sack of Ballard' Obelisk tertained tho following gueits SunFlour and notic the difference. day: .Mr. and Mm. Itoyston Itay and Hudson V Farnau. little son, Mr. and Mrs. James San Mr. C X. Teater and son havo re- deM and daughter, Charlotte and Mr. turned to their home in Springfield, and Mrs. Jesse Lawrence, of Chicago, Hulett has the sick list. d Itaj-mon- d d grand-parent- Illinois. MONEY TO. LOAN good city property. Pay back on weekly monthly installments. , Neglect of hurneos that itreatly Tht Lancaster, Kentucky. Kuwlus. which thould haro besMi done with stroni; wanvl linen thn-iid- . muat be kept In cood condition. All buckles ahould remain folldly In Idace. It I advlsublo to waaa tad oil aarBeaa fmjuontly. leeti reult It In Injury durublirf)-- . Taylor and Ethel Taylor and Ethel Mae Turner and Willie D. Taylor of Madison, Miss Lelia and Mr. Dolph Teater, of Lancaster Sunday. Mr. and Mm. Harris tained Misses Uertio Tester enter The Lancaster Building & Loan ASSOCIATION. (Kprlei J. E. ROBIXSO.V, President Wm. S. HOPPER, Sec't. & Tres. V The Central Record, Lancaster. Ky. Thursday, June 30 92 1 1 . James Kason. Messrs. Karl nnd Orvll Durham of Jessamine were Sunday visitors of Mr. Perry Osborn. Utile Mlt Mary Agnes Drown was the guest Friday night of her aunt, On and after July 1st. I or my deputy will be in my office in the Court House to take the list of your assessible property as of July 1st, 1921. Please oblige. in your earliest convenience and Miss Mary Drown. fe IMl, wmiro N.wtf.p.f IHI.L ) Master Itobert Dation Davidson Montltar ItambourheT You raesn spent last week with .. T. Itlce, Jr, that dlscuitlog little Frenchman whom nt .Mrs. Carrie Davidson's. we all hated so at ttar Harbor last MimmerT He railed himself tha count Tennessee Mill. I, Red Top Cane of toturthlnj or other, didn't he, tod St.d, Cow Pets, Soy Deans. claimed that the wronr branch of the Hudson A Farntu. family had fot bold of the title? So he Miss lleulah Simpson, of I.anc.u-ter- , baa settled down In America and became naturalised, has he has returned home after a visit And he OF LANCASTER. really hid money of his own and wis with Mr. nnd Mrs. Ollle Graham. DENNY, Caihier. S. C. fortune-hunter- ! not Welt, of course Mrs. C. It. Henry and children, that does put his pe rsecutlon of Edith James Milton and Louise were FriMoore upon a different leTcl, and It day visitors of .Mrs. Miley Ileazley. may be, at you say, that he loved her rlJRo III and not her fortune only ha cerMrs. A. M. Glnller, of Somerset, Plans are being mnde by the tainly took a queer method of showing Cattle llreeders' arrived Saturday for a visit to Trenton Jersey hli affection, not to speak of her betnf sister, Mrs. James Yantls and Mr. Association, Todd county, which It isn't always the cost of a thing already enraced to (Jeorce Turner.I Keep moving, brother, Life won't And he's married whom KUIe Moore cooperating with County Agent I. C. Yantis us. It is the price we (that bothers wait for you. Kdlth' sister' Well, that surely Is Graddy, for the organisation fa Yan Meters. Taylor Itaney, J. I have to pay. news, and now since jou dou't seem boys' and girls' calf club. A com tis nnd .Master George Yantis were Gossip creates a multitude of sins What appears to be the essence of to know all the circumstances about that do not exist. l'Inns nre being made for a poultry mittee compoM'd of John (Snrth, dinner guests Friday of Mr. and Mrt. wisdom to one person may seem the last summer I'll enllfhten you In turn. show with n special clarification, Norton Garth, W. II. Dickerson nnd John Osbern. People who Jump at conclusions You know I always sta)ed at a quiet, rankest of folly to another. by place up In Mount Des- liberal premiums and licensed Judges J. II. Waller hns been appointed frequently grasp Illusions. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Carson, of Lan We note, however, thnt there has ert. And I'd met Kdlth Moore and her nt the Hlue Grass Fair, September the association to begin ncthe work caster, were Wednesday vi.iUrs of man only that The world owe. a been no reduction in the price of sitter Elsie each summer since they S to 10, according to an announce- in organizing the club. It I the plan Mrs. Carrie Davidson. Mr. and Mrs which he is nble to collect. postage stamps and marriage licens- were little bltt of thlngt, so that when ment which has Juit been mnde by of the organization to place n regis- W. T. Sutten. she whispered to me the news of her A. S. Chapin, extension specialist in tered heifer calf with each boy and Some women achieve perfection by es. Mr. and Mr. Wm. Walker gave enratjemrnt to George I was mightily poultry from the College of Agricul- girl who wishes one and have them concealing their inperfections. Never boast of the fact that you well pleased. And George came up ture. Fnrmers in Fayette and sur-- j keep and develop her ns the founda an elegant dinner Wednesday in A cackle docs not always mean an are without an enemy in the world. for hit vacation a day or two later and honor of Mrs. Walter Geddard, of rounding counties are showing n great tion of a future club. egg. It often produces scandal. Comargo, HI. It requires cither brains or imbecil- I tell you It made me (lad to see how ileal of Interest In the proposed show, happy they were. Mrs. Guy Davidsnn and son, Glenn Not all men squander their hard ity to inspire wrath. Monsieur Itamhouche was staying at according to the report, nnd a large of (.anraster, spent Thursday night earned money. They don't earn It. sincerely hope the Stlllman the tame place. You remember how number of exhibits are expected to We with Mesdames Cnrrie Davidson and will soon blow over or peter he used to tent his spleen on Amer- be mnde. The show will be housed .Mii Allie Yantls returned from They say honesty wins it. own re- scandal W. T. Sutton. out. We want a good night's sleep ica I It was good enough to lire In in the poultry building which will be Indianapolis Tuesday. It often draws the booby. ward, but to Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Faley, Mr. W without harrowing dreams of what for a while and ,- spend a holiday In, put In shape to accommodate from ,.1tl..tr.f If. ...... tnr K.,1.1 .... wu. u Little Ml Ituth White s vnitlng T. Taylor. Misses Vertie Turner and a.v 4.l S00 to 1,000 chickens. VI... "Don't "duck" at a Hash of light- might occur. me a little, hut I couldn't exuetly re-- I Mss Dorothy Ileazley. Mnlinda Tajler attended rhurcn at ning. The bolt you sue has spent its A wave of sickness Is expected to seat a man standing up for hit own .Mr. Green Foley, of Corbin s visi- Vreodem Sunday. force. engulf this country when the brewers country, though why should he com ting Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Foley. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Ijne and son. Ileauty is never skin deep. The get down to manufacturing author- here and then make fun of us What made me angry was when he .Mr. and .Mrs. Ollle Graham were Klta, Misse. Flonnir Mae nnd Savan other side wouldn't look at all at- ized beer with a kick for purely attacked American women. The womspent Sunday with Mr. and medicinal purposes. tractive. Thirteen counties will send dem- recent visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Henry nan en of hit land, according to him, were Mrs. John Line, of McQuerry paragons of virtue, and we mustn't olition trams consisting of three Tuttle. Mesdames Carrie Davidson. W, T belief those wicked plays and novels. junior agricultural club girls to the Mr. T. - Taylor and daughter, ef When they were marrlel they stayed i State Fair for a demonstration team Corbin are guests of Mr. and Mrs. Sutton and Master .. T. Dice, Jr.. l m vxvxmvxwxvxvivxmm were Sunday aruests of Mit Fannie at home, and helped their hub.mds conti-st- . according to Mi.m Anita llur-na- J. P. Foley. at their offices as well, and before I Sutton, of the Crab Orchard road t assistant state leader of Junior Me,lames Milton and C. K. Henry marriage they made their mothers' anculturnl club work who is eooprra Mr. and Mrs. Milton Ward. Mr and fathers' and brothers, and sitters mg with county home demonstration and children visited Mr. J - Yantis Tom Ward. Mrs C It. Henry and Uvea happy. And as for flirting why, Wednesday. Counchildren were visiters Sunday of Mr - had to take over the agents In selecting the teams. hadn't Franct.Mr. and Mrs Wm. Walker spent and Mrs John Henry of the Falls ties which will enter in the content Ktrgllsh word lecnue there wasn't any are Graves, Jefferson. .Mercer Hoyle Tuesday in guests of Mrs. Lick pike for It In Trench Monsieur eemed to be pretty fond of Mtsa Kdlth nil the same, and I believe she really liked the little fellow, for all she used to laugh at him. Anyway, when Georse came up he went round scowling and muttering, and Oeorge and Kdlth had no end of fun out of him. Then George had to go back, but he promised to run up gain for the week-ena while later. And so Monsieur Kambouche got hit day after all. (Incorporated) Now It's a singular fact, my dear, the way our women's tastes run. Actually, after George had gone back to For rates and further information New York Kdlth entered upon quite a write platonlc flirtation with Monsieur Itamhouche. ( suppose she felt that, loving J. L. NAYLOR, Adv. Manager. Oeorge, and therefore being perfectly name tire means secure against a change ef heart, the might as well make the most of her fust one thing quality. And quality LEXINGTON HERALD, LEXINGTON, KY last dayt of liberty. Hut those frenchis always the highest can be produced. men certainly know how to make love. And to well, one evening I waa told Each tire is specially designed the serthat Monsieur hid been seen depositing a little piece of hair In a locket. vice must deliver. Goodrich Fabrics, Some people wipe out their old I tuppose they have a different cuda When Ji fellow is cock sure he is the popular sizes, have established themdebts by converting them Into newer right it is often easy to convince him In France. .Nw that )ou tell Monsieur actually bat money of hla he Is wrong. and larger ones. selves as unusual values from the standown I can acquit him of the grosser Great men are privileged to swear The number of prize fighters that crime, rerhtpfl he was sincerely In real economy. SUvertown Cords point with Impunity. Others are content are springing up leads one to sus- love with her and ahowed It In hit own inVheir class have always held first place pect that there is little likelihood of fashion. Itut, en) way, the uphot wtt, to do so with their mouths. in esteem he told her that unlest the married motorists, only 'beunother war in the near future. Dear old congress is Just itching him he would write to George, encloscause their symmetrical perfection A new continent is said to have ing the memento, and then there to perpetrate another national Joke. finish, furthermore, by reason It wants to investigate war contracts. been discovered in the antarctic reg- would be pretty price to pay. ions in which no booze has been He did Write to George, and sent htm long life, complete dependability and satSooner or later we will have to made or sold. It is uninhabited. the hair, and told mm he wat a put it check on immigration, or the isfactory performance. coward nnd that ho and Mlit Kdlth It Is reported that n New York had made him a luughlng-stock- , advancing horde will be pushing us and banker has dropped his chorus girl. If George would come tner to France Your dealer will supply you at these fair into the Pacific. and that he also dropped about half with him he would show him how prices: It U fortunate that great minds do a million ut the same time. Now if gentlemen settltd such matters In hit not all run in the same channel. he will only efface himself our nos- own country. Of course, In Monsieur's ndnd that Scrambled brnlns might become tire- trils may become acquainted with unsettled everything between George and some as a steady diet. again. tainted nir Kdlth. And Monsieur, not dreaming TUBES S'ZS .) tlwtt George would come, was taking when the air upon the $24-5- 0 , Turner and Kdlth came strolling Hloug, arm In arm, At the sight of them Monsieur al. most fainted. Theu he stood up bravely and began to denounce Kdlth In unmeasured lunguuge, while she smiled scornfully at him und clung to George's unn. "Toil little fool." tatd George, when he had finished; "we dou't tllit duela lu this country." "You don't understand," he stamJ. mered. "She gave me her hair, this lady who Is engaged to marry you! Hho It Don't you understand now false, like alt Americun women. Illfti! The antiskid ufttytrtmd marrluge what If the does thut Sihcrtown Cord .She It a lllrt." will the do after "Keo here, Monsieur ltumbouche," Saapothl30x3 said George, taking him by the arm. Safety Safary W 30x3 "26:90 "I'm going to overlook alt this because fititsita Btaasi n n n of your disgusting Ignorance. In this Satey 130x31 16.00 Safctr Tha Goodrich price rtdudiaa country, my friend. It Is u girl's priviwhich taok esWt May 2x1 traa lege to flirt, whether the' engaged THE B. F. GOODRICH RCBIEft COMPANY srilhaut isnmipo. It itirlssiisti r not. It't etpected of her. Now, If oiktm, Otfe you'll come back to the hotel, I'll buy wkkftMctkmmUGmMcktLM you txKneifclng coot to drink. You look aattGrarissa at though you needed It." at come And to you tty Monsieur hat naturalised now. Dear me I I auppoae the shock of this Intelligence uaaat U hla preconceived Ideas. Yet. I kntw they were good friends, hut I didn't know he had married Mlta lata. Hut In atrlet cunSdeare, dMr, I wonder Jutt what George did lay to CoMtnii of Ky. Ky. S4Mk afterward. tlmply "go through your pocket" In an effort to cnrc up the neccsary amount? The man who taves and bank hit MVingi with us never has to dlr down Into every pocket In order to pay a bill. He ilmply writes out o check, and the money Is always In the bank to meet it. Have YOU a savings and checking account with us? It's a mighty good habit. Why not start It without further delay? ISYOUR bill? Or do HERB you nay when paylne a CHECK you Is what that Edith's Little Flirtation r HAZEL SMITH. ' Formaldehyde Treat- . io mem r vomrois omui On Onion. Treating onion seed with formaldehyde is effective In preventing smut on the ste., according to results obtained by John Hartman, n Jefferson county farmer In a demonstration which lie conducted In with County Agent F. K. Merrlmnn. A recent examination showed thnt the part of the Held planted with treated seed was practically free from smut while th part planted with untreated seed was badly infested. The seed was treated nt the time It was sowed with a solution made one qunrt of 40 per cent for maldehyde nnd r0 gallons of water. THE NATIONAL BANK Mono IBank Shelby, Union, Ifarrison Simpson Harlan, laurel, Garrard Oldman and Whitley. Starting July I community contests will be held In each of these counties nt which time commun.ty teams will be selected. These teams will train throughout the summer nnd Just lfore the State F.iir rill com pete in n county contest whict will determine the team which will enter the Fair contest. The girls will dent onstrate poultry culling, canning by steam and hot wnter method, bed making, dyeing, nnd the making of kimonn nporns. This is said to be the first time that such n contest has been held for the club girls. Capital $50,000. Surplus $50,000. Todd County Juniors Will Have Calf Club. 1 Blue Grass Poultry Show To Be Held Sept. 5 To 10 hr 1' GUY. m m Girls Of 13 Counties To Enter New Contest t m mmninimm i TO EFFECTIVELY ADVERTISE FARM SALES I- Use the Paper that covers Central and Eastern Kentucky Like a Blanket. d THE LEXINGTON HERALD GoodrichTire Price Reduction applies to all sizes without reservation The I of Goodrich on a that that for it in of the of of not but of of their SILVERTOWN CORDS sXfUl 32.90 41.85 43,10 Gi-ir- gu To Tax Payers NOTICE 30x3 32x3 $2.55 2.90 32x4 33x4 355 4J65 3ZO , 32x4 33x4 34x4 33x5 49.65 m 4730 4840 450 4.75 5830 535 e FAMIC jj2.0O1 1343 20 o iAwci srmcs 32x4 33x4 2630 A. T sloier Scott, Haselden Bros., Garage Lucaitcr, Tax Garrard Couity; Becker & Ballard Bryaitivllle, s The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, June 30, 92 1 1 HATFIELD DENTIST Office oeer The Garrard Bask. Residence 378, Phones Office 5. KENTUCKY, LANCASTER, 4fe J.J.Byrne exclusive. END "DRY" JOKES Prohibition Chief Deplores Quips At Expense Of L:uv. BAD FEEDING IS Farm And Home News Jefferson County Far From Over Kentucky. mers To Raise Certi-fied Rheumatism . Opttmetr.it KENTUCKY. DANVILLE, Opposite Gilcher Hotel. Office Hour 8 lo 12 and I to S p. as. J. flkBeazlev hUNERAL DIRECTOR Olllc Over National Hank. '.Itesidence l'hone3, Olllee I'hone 27 I.ANPASTKIt.'KY. Dr. Printus Call. Answered Night Walker VETERINARIAN. Promptly Day or I'hone 317 KI1.NTUCKY l.ANCASirH. For Up-To-Da- tc Plumbing, Heating, Guttering, Roofing, Repairing, and all kinds of Tin Work SKK OK PHONE Many farmers in the Sylvian community, birue county, nre improving the soils on their furm with the uie of limestone, according to County NE6LECTE0 IT WEAWNB TIE Agent J W. Jene. One farmer I )itmtch hat ued H." tons and the total amount (Wa.hington Uureuu to eil in the entire community has been I'll. lade phin Public l.eiln r ) Many Undersized Pigs Often .100 tons 1'larn are being made to TinUi humoriati, of apply additional amount this fall. Grow and Develop Into the pirtortiil laiiLih. uf rurtooriUt Kightceti girls in the Central drove ntnl the funny cmeka of Miik'f com' Usolul Porkers, community, Ohio county, have bed .mi on the Kuliji-c- t of prohiliitiun come charter members of n Junior may not trnnicre thf Vol.tond Act, agricultural club organized by county hut tin')' tnnkr the lot ef prehihition Afttr Growth of Animal, Has Bn Agent M. I.. McCrticken. Two local ConaltUrabla Rctarood It TaVs nlo-ilI'liforrfini'Ht olliecri no lender have, been appointed to carry More Fttd to Ovaixoma Cont.nkt Juki. on the work of the new club. dition and Qrow Out. Tins li the view of Itoy A. llayiu-- , Ten girlv sewing clubs having an ncuty nipointi'd prohilntion commu tif tha L'lillaJ SUt. IHrt-m.n- t rnrollment uf more thnn luU girl .I'jtu'r, ho h4 hen intimntvly ni cf Aartcuituta.) have been organized in Ohio county, sji.nti'd for mort- - thnn thirty er "My nine jenra' estatrlt net- - In atiwk according to a report of Assistant raising lias Ihimi alinoat entirely with County Agent II. II. Huv avrioualy Mr. Ilyn. Mclnteer. This ti.r tlitiKi at prohiliitiun ho communi- - purrhrrd iHttlf and hon, and wtille is nid to be the first time that farm avme runts api'ar at birth they are lattvl tu Wnahinetufi turn girls of the county have been organiwhom he aomblil to Kivc to the not nearly u nuuitroua at the runta zed into clubs. by neflrit and lniprtrr fet-cauxt-An oman eiiple the first tnessnce t Sixty Jefferson county boy nnd ns and hniMlnK ' 'fbla li tbn opinion jf tde new dry reRitne. of m Teiuutte fanntr In a letter to girls are enrolled in the various pig II) uuy of introiluruii; Commiv tlir t'lilted Htutrs I)v(artllient of cIuIh m that county, according to a i.om r llnyrii, it may he mid he U a i. report of County Agent I". K. rntiirr fheruhlc npptviriiii: peron Many Small Animals Osvalep. The youngster are making witli h!I the aenl of an cvniiKeli.t of tha drartinent rapid progress in developing their tempered by the home nense of the iinpliKtlie tiie fart that tunny anlinnta animal', and are expected to make avcrsiKi innll town eillter. which he tLat are undprslteil or small at lilrtli some good exhibits at the county n He cnrnectly deelart'd the iort often (row Htnl ileirlop Into profltalilr ntillliala If a little pevtal and state fairs this fall. j ib of prohibition enforcement wni Thirty boy., and girls in the Is ien lliein hiii after overcome the popular conception atlentJuii '.I community, I.au rente (u birth 'llilt It etpclHlly true with .? it i a Joke. plr. llilet the auiall pin of the lit have become charter members of a .Mr. Ilaync risid from "I apfH-al,icr Is thui timtldeii for when ijulte junior agricultural club recently or a prrpared Matefncnt. "to the editor- - young. ery often It la not worth fel gunned by County Agent d. C ami news writer, to the cartoon- - Inr to maturity If Die pmpvr kind Iluker. to i fie reporter, to the ivrrnnno or amount of feit are tiwt aten wlieti According to a report of ( anty to lend ft) mi nr. If required lo compete Agent F. K. Merriman, approx tu.tti'.y writir, to the The with otronier or older nntuiala eir aid in low enforevment. utory, what tliey il.i ef, born ruuta or th for 100 Hocks of purebred pou try Wi.l I. tonal, the rartooN. the new that ar ut:'lerlil will teeome mere reult from the work be rg dane tin- dim ort he legitimate play, which they crow older jin that county this year by the pju'.'.ry pronounci-runt. ,n it the direct statement or the In ,i they reaenible el-- elr ,club. The organisation ha l'O r.un.. auirKeation that the 'dry' hers who represent a tota of ,000 program i easily violated, or houM 'mkens. -- that it i m not n joke he totaled S x Itoy. and girls in t ,r J.uca ( n'.y harmful in wtirpini: the cetit ir mniunity. Livingston county, nre un lit Hk'ninal the enforreiHent of f r member of a pig i!ub fjrnud me law, hut obvioualy uch inllut i ce C junty Agent L C. l'eate .ml l ave e'i lo direuard of law in Ketiera' " l 'i rud their regiatered Duroc Jer i The enforcement of the KishU-int'r;y pigs with which to stnrt work. Amendment ami ito comanion ice i3tal bank cooperated in furni.-di--tne Votatead Act Mr. llayt.u t'ic money for the purchase of dtitend ta no lauRhini: matter ami f c nn ma! to view them lichtly i "unfair t ) t e i'jutfi f the country and wilT m CAUSE OF RUNTS Spuds. number of Jelferson county to planning farmers are now grow certified seed potatoes, according to County Agent K, K, Mem-mawho reports that OS of those interested in the project recently became chnrter mmhr. of the Jelferson County Certified Seed I'otntoc (irow. er' Asocintion. K. S. Monohan, Jr., was elected president of the association, Adolph Moer, nnd John liu.mnnn, secretary-treasure- r. These three men in addition to Jacob Uoscnbercr and (Seorge llartman wilt compose the executive committee of the association Farmers who were Interested in the new project obtained n car lond of certified potato seed from Minnesota this spring which they used to start the work. A n, Relief-2- Sc. it itnJJ 'r Atri-cultur- Mer-ruiiHi- Musical Humorist at Chautauqua I1 !J UM-fu- -- Nature's Woeo (M Tablets 1, Are Helping TNMiMaae tWM Trie Tkiass Wilheiil nire It'o aoorswteotl. Resell. There nre threo vital peive.tai of human exi.tence -- the dlceatlnn of IkkI, the rxiractlon of nourl.hmenc tmm It and lie elimination of w.ute. l'or dlxr.tion ard a.almll.tti :t rntaria falluro to iltrlve full nourl.h-mt- it 'l iin.l th.it In turn ntten tr'in inenna lmijteriihel Mood, weakneu, iintinla. ttc. I'our illmliintloti mean, un uicuiiiul.itl.il of vta.te nutter which poiMiri. the Vxly. luwtra vitality. of re.l.tanca M ilrctrn.es tho ill.ea.e nnd lead. t tlm dcvcljptueDl of many errlous Ills. Ittiiuinatl.m dun ti roma with the proce. of ellmina-turlalluro to get inlj f certain bol? cannot nteetel lcttna- innlicino l that (.ills to M yitll to iitivoireet the condition reipoiitlUo I'ir It. Could nny rranimable prrnon exeet t' til liim.elf of rhrunatlo pain a. Ion at rlitunuttle tolivn Is ulwwcd to lemaln In the Ihj.1v 7 Think i.f thla. It ripUtnt the of N.tur.'a rttmtdy t.NIt Tableta) miiny In k ra.es whero other medicine. Ii.no faded. Thouaandt ar) uHr.tf Nil Tublri. every day and g.t-tlrelief. Why pay rive or ten times as much fcr unrertaln A :te Ikix of Natura'a Remedy INR Tatlrts). contatt lug enough u last twentyllo youlay mut help you, prompt relief and muit rlio Unrllt or coit y 'U nothing. Is not only for Nature'a Htmtd It Imthe relief of theumatltm. prove dlecetlon, tones Iho liver, regulates kidney and bowel action, tho Mood and elean.es tha system. You've tried tha eiien.lr medicines nnd doctors, now make th.i real tut. You'll irct results this time. Ju.t try It. Nature's Remedy (Ml Tablet) I. rolJ. iruarantred and rowuuuniJid Ly yuur uruggUt. McROBERTS DRUG STORE. If t- - Inter-frrir- ne n, kmc-er- st nr thlnf ic t, eBBBBBBB - d infi-renti- 1 BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBVflaBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBTI ' Todd County Farmers Plan War With Scrubs Todd county farmers cooperating with County Agent I. C. Oraddy will start a campaign July 1 which will have for its purpose the elimination of all scrub dairy sires in the county according to a report which has Just been made to K. M. l'rcwitt, dairy extension specialists from the College of Agriculture. The drive will last for one year if necessary to replace all the scrubs. The Todd County Farm Hureau, the Trenton Jersey Cattle llrecdcrs Association, various community clubs nnd the Kxtension Division of the College of Agriculture will cooperate with the farmers and County Agent Graddy in carrying on the work. 1 P. B. I.anea.ter. Ks, c uraire amotiK the irremnih'i' tf.tr Quick Service and Loot! Work mrixi MAPI OH THI m UAi Importers, travelers exporters, ship and hail under the Stars and Stripes triumph. In .reel, .team clecttuity luxe catt.ej the Stats and Smi. luck aialn kji, On more thin fifty trade ami paMcncff route. American owned an J operated ihip. tlyins the lla.. are ready or to catty to tarty our sou, to every foreign land. They ate iplcnjlj ships, the ptlJe of Amctlian genius, arid equipped to give llic linc.t tucnsrr comfoit. tcivUe and safety, and tu lunJIc vour l goods in the mutt rconomUal NEW lilhcecn hreak.ni; of the law." ' I w.ah we nut;ht nave in Anter n," he continued "a revival of re tard fur the Mwietity and majety of I wHfc that it tnilit be the law prrnched hy the arent. in the home, at well a hy the teacher in the choot; hy the preacher in the pulpit; the writer and cartoonist, through the pre, the nctor on the st.ie; by every Kod cituen nnd agency. No greater bletsing can come to America and the world than this. I want the help of every good, loyal citizen. I pledge, (lod helping me, every ounce of vigor and ability there l.i in me to thi end. With compartive !y few olTici.il to enforce the Kigh teenth Amendment, it cannot he ef fectlvely done without the tion of a patriotic nnd helpful My ambition is to see the dry laws, ns all law., generally and properly enforced'." Discussing the immediate policy of the prohibition enforcement unit, Mr. Ilnynt said the new regulations d.tigned to cover medicinal beer nnd whisky in accord with the ruling of former Attorney General l'almer were still under consideration and would be issued shortly if it appear ed the amendments to the Volstead Act. now pending in Congr, show no indication of bmg passed within i few week. (au OLD t iltii SUPERLASTIC ftud LEAKY ROOFS proof wiUi KOOF COATING CaATINCS atanufaruirrri A Chtap and Convenient Trough. Waanlng lln-- l k (Viaiua.r, IOTM. Off. CO. IITTEKNATtONAL 4SS.Sa4 5l. UaMeOk.Kf. CHARLES R. TAGGART. Charles It. Tnggart, musical humorist extraordinary, uppearlng on the lust night of the coming Itedpath Chautauqua, In ii leading entertainer In the Cbuutnuqua field. He Is a imi.1clun, nil lmvmtiator, an rtory teller nnd Is widely known ns the "fiddling wizard." Tho freshest fun, clean nnd rippling; bits of phtlo.ophy with whelusomo good cheer, delightful tales of romance and mimicry alt lend life nnd color to the Tugcart program of melody. animal, that are normal whan younc but later tevome runty from a lack of which aurli feed and ear usually iKvtira about woanlog time. prir way. Operator, of l'a.cnger AJmlr.l I lor, S.ricet 17 but. !xrctt. New Matxm NaUalin Company. 26 Ml SkCaSttfCi.lUlim. MunMl M tain Miln Unt, 6J utk,N 1 Nml,N New VitkanJI'utloHICrtS. S. Co. II lln.a.lat,Ncw Vwt.N 1 Co., 41 llroJ.ay, Pacific Mail V Nor WW.N lkir U. S. Mall W.rJ lint, !".. I VnkaivlfuUM.il ' h5 ol Wall (tcct. N.w Yuk.N, . Free uc of Shipping Hoard film. I'm ol Murom UmiJ union ! lute I any lilim, Ijui ittli, tree on inayut, pan . r.lniaui I oi.ni- latv A a'tat c tvJiUKvl IK m. liult I. Win I il thipt anJ the IXrnl lnlmm.tl.in atkxttoll Itjtc.j. U vll, III'' 11 onset, II. W W ailuoaluo. I). U N W.N f. S. Im, 41 HfJ.y. l.l " aBIVaai3flillaaaMalalaH ra&J ' J ,n t The uiHlersitfiieil as iiysivrtioe of J. K. Whitotcd will .sell the real estate assigned by him, at Public Outcry on the above date, consisting of the store house, dwelling ami mill, containing '2 acres Vl'- poles more or less, at Spoonville, Ky on the Spoonville Turnpike, and adjoining the land of Wm. Watson and others. Also a tract of land containing 32.55 acres, on the Spoonville pike, near the store house property described above, being the same land conFAILURE OF ORGANIZATIONS veyed to .1. K. Whiteted by George It. Adkinson and others, by Commissioner, nnd adjoining Unless Farmers Remain Steadfastly the lands of Clarence Pendleton nnd others. 'All of said property being in Garrard County, Loyal Downfall Can Be Brought About Quickly. 8 miles from Lancaster. Kentucky, about An association of men opposed to a The store house property described herein is known as one of the best country merfarmers' eo operatise enterpr!o can bilnr about Its downfall very qalckly cantile stands in Garrard County and has a splendid dwelling house near the store room, an miles, the fanners remain steadfsstly to sell goods at a country store. School house and churches close by, on a good loyal, Msny cooperative orgauliu-tloU- ideal place have failed through the road and has a large territory from which to draw mercantile trade. The farm of 32.55 of members whs could not resist the temptation offered of a fraction of acres is improved with a new dwelling house and this is an opportunity to secure a good home. y li growth retarded, uudoubltdly It will take more feod to oiercome tbli and grow tUrra out. Caua of Rynta. a "When pigs beromo ruoty, tha farmer adds, "they netcr noraal. I hat estimated It requires at least 25 por cent mora feod to put thetn la marketable condition e than It dooa normal hoga. Uy with purvtired dairy cattle Is that fully t0 por cent of runts among rattle are caused by Improper feeding and cars. If the stock raisers of this country wero d seated la tho proper faodlng and cars of lie stock until tbsy reach. 1 normal rrowtb. the runts In live stock In the foiled S'lstes wiuld be almost eliminated." llils statement not only further the fact that It doe not, broadly speaking, take more feed to prevent runt snlmals but doe require moro feed to detelop tyoslderahly thorn onie the) become runty Alao that It rarely Is adWanble to fed out pronounced runt. The only practical thing to do, therefore. Is to prevent mating by providing the nve-trfeed, carts and management at the most critical periods of their growth and deselopmeeit. Thee with iiio.t animals are when very young and at weaning time. coo-oltlo- n Ten-neaaebo-coexpo-rleiir- Afier rnlmtla kfiiiac runty or their Public Sale OF REAL AND PERSONAL PROPERTY OF J. E. WHITETED On the Premises at Nina, Garrard County, Ky. - Saturday, J uly 9 2 O'CLOCK P. M. weak-iier- Sl..l iliaairi. Uik ail ta4 .l All woaa ll.aa.l., kail, aaj M...-- i. t4. I'l1 Ul.iawll.a abl.ia.a t la.ML (T SIMPS A mi 1011 SAt.l! nut (Hum ',) yt 7 If quality was mcasumlbyGoW, theSopcrRitliiy sj JN: a rent. When Iho opposition organization ult out u halt to catch you, try to rrtovuihrr II Is only a lure to draw you Ontv you from our own friends. have deserted, the bait Is wlthdraun. Stick to your friends, If you expect them lo stick to you. RAPID TERMS. This property will be sold on a credit of six and twelve months; bonds required with good security. The purchaser will be permitted to pay as much cash ns he desires. PERSONAL PROPERTY. and freight ships to all parts of the world and all other information, write any of the above lines or For sailings of passenter LOSS OF PHOSPHORUS Ty We Rccharqc an4 Repair dU makes of Datteries CONN and Duo lo ths Fact That drain Is Sold Stock Use Product in Making Berets and Tissues. CONN Ttir fact that phosphorus e largely tu the grain La a relatively rapid loss of available pfcoepboru from the farm, for the grain usually Is removed and sold. Keen where nil crops are fed on the fsrui tho lotus Is large because grow lug Btiluiat um It la booea aa4 otlurr tlseaeo. The remainder of the stock of goods will be sold nt the same time. This consists of a stock of goods of about $3500.00 orgiunl cost price, and in good condition. Terms niado to suit the purchaser. Look this property over and you will be pleased with it. Come to tho la found good home. result sale and buy n good mercantile stand or a GARRARD BANK & TRUST CO.. ASSIGNEE. J. E. WHITETED. J. E. Robinson, 'Att'y. J. W. ELMORE, Cashier The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday June 30. 92 1 1 I NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY ICE CREAM FREEZERS, Refrigerators and Water Coolers Have you Upught 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. lnid down it is estimated that an improvement of 27 per cent will be noted in the first generation. The object Is pria?c worthy, and the administration might well lend its active aid and support. It is a well known fact nmong medical men that our race is sadly In need of Improvement not necessarily the injection of new blood, but rather the purification of the blood that now exists. Hut will the parents of the present generation take kindly and readily to the suggestion? We doubt It, unless it has a tremendously powerful backing. Just A Few More Facts. EDITOR RECORD i Dear Sir: As I have not the time just now, and doubtless without notice you would not have the space for the statement in regard to my administration that I promised to make, 1 trust you will grant mi' room n this week's Record for jttit a few word made 'nit in reply to the Attack week by the democratic committee. Four years ago when I made my announcement for the olflce of Coun-t- y Judge, I stated that I wan not a politician, and had no desire to beEver since that time I come one. have lived up to that statement and believe that I have given Cnrrarl most County the administration that it has ever had. Yet in the face of all this, the men who this year represent, or I might say, misrepresent the democratic party in our county, pervert, distort. misstate, misrepresent every act of this administration disregarding ev ery fact, until, like n race horse with out rlas, that has been down thr line always meeting defeat, and nt the end of the season when turning fur the won! in the last race of his career, having become sour on the whole world because he can never win, will bite and kick at every one near him, regardless of whom they may be; so these men already renin ing that that this year will nut onl be defeated but distanced in the race. show their venom ami vent their spleen, by making these false accusations and misstatements. While I fully realize that such an article as they pubished in Inst weeks issue of the Record is unworthy of notice, still I wish again to rail the attention of thr public to the fact that I will in ample time make a statement of all matters pertaining to thi administration in which the tax payers ami the citizen of our county are Interested. In the meantime just to show what a campaign or misrepresentation these men are carrying on, It Is only necessary to point out one statement referred to. Thee in the article gentlemen avert and doubtless expect the public to believe that the oil inspector of (Sarrard County is Irawing a salary of eighteen hundred dollars per year from the County Treasury, when as a matter of fact the oil inspector is paid by the oil company ten cents per barrel of oil inspected, and no salary is paid by the county or any one else for this service, and in place of eighteen hun dred dollars per year the present oil inspector has received an average of between $50 and $110 per month to date, during his term of otfice. Will further state that as yet 1 have never seen tit to ask the Demo erntic County Committee for a letter of recommendation for whom I may or may nof appoint to this or any other position that I have the power to till. While 1 have no desire to emulate in nil matters the example set by my democratic prcdcceors, still I would call the attention to the fact that it was a democratic Judge who set the precedent in this county of appointing his son to the position of oil inspector, Judge Ford having very properly appointed one if not two of Ins son to till this place. I feel sure that the sensible think ing alliens of our county will not endorse such statements as these men, who nru speaking for their can didates, have made, for they either knowingly or willfully misrepresent all fact., or by their own statements are so ignorant of the dutieit of County olMcials that they cannot be trusted with the olfices they seek. I am not a candidate for otfice. and as I have stated before am seek- nig no controversy of any kind; my record I open to inspection, and 1 haw handled the County' a if a Irs In such a way that I have always hoped and believed, and still feel fully assured that I will be permitted to re tire to look after my private business atfnirs with the refpect and con lldence of the better class of citizens cf Garrard county regardless of politic. Very truly yours, Forivst Stapp. n FREE You can secure Rogers' SILVERWARE without charge by trading with us Tell your friends about this exceptional Teaching old tlogs new tricks has ever been a difficult task. offer. SAVE OUR CARDS, THEY ARE VALUABLE. Sanity AndThe Fourth. CONN BEOS. "Live and Let Live Folks." IE 31 Some years ago the Fourth of July meant hours of wild rejoicing and cavorting. It al so meant thousands of men, women and children maimed Currey & Gulley. ENTERTAINERS On The Chautauqua Program. Thumb-nai1 rif IE The Central Record $1.80 Yr. lHd Weakly. PayabU la AsWaaca. J. E. ROBINSON. Editor. R. L .ELKIN, Local Editor and Mgr. Entered at the Poit Office in LanMail caster, Ky ai Second-Clas- s Matter. r 1Ht Fer.irn Ad.etti.iiie Rrpr.Mnt.tn. J'HrJS AMERICAN ASSOCIATION Laicastcr. l., Jh 30, 1921 Rata For Political Announcements. For Precinct and City Offices. .$5.00 10.00 For County Officei For State and District Offices. .15.00 .10 For Calls, per line .10 For Cards, per line For all publications in the inter est of individuals or expression of individual views, per line- .10 .06 Obituaries, per line .... Announcements to announce the following candidates, subject to action of the Democratic Trimary, Auguit 6th., 1921; We are authorized For Stale Senator J. E. ROBINSON For Circuit Judge CHARLES A. HARDIN Commonwealth's Attorney EMMET V. PURYEAR For Representatives ROBERT II. TOML1NSON, JR. J. For County Judge C. WILLIAMS For County Attorney GREEN CLAY WALKER For Circuit Clerk JAMES B. WOODS, JR. For Sheriff DAVE SANDERS Deputies, Athby Arnold, II. D. Lee. For Jailer DAVID ROSS For Matjiitrate J. II. CLARK R. L. BARKER these bonds? If this huge indebtedness passes into the hands of private individuals, who is going to guarantee that the foreign governments will pay the interest and principal when due? The only guarantee that would be of any value would be that of the American government, and the government has neither the army or the navy with which to enforce its demands. If our own government, the strongest on earth and with its vast and inexhaustible resources, is unable to keep the market value of its own at par, why should the people be ask ed to believe that the bonds of debt ridden foreign governments will not shrink to even lower levels of value? According to newspaper reports Europe has for two years defaulted on the payment of even-thinterest on the ten billions they owe us. If they cannot or will not pay even the interest to the government of the United States, which has the power to apply a certain degree of pressure if it so desires, have we any reason to expect that they would be any more prompt or solicitous in meeting their obligations to private individuals who are without means of applying coercive measures in the collection of the interest and principal due them? Those ten billions of dollars money belonging to the people of the United States were loaned to the European allies by the American government. Let the government plug up the hole in the bag with its own fist plug it up until it hurts. Caution warns us, Mr. President, that this is the psychological moment to lay off. or killed in the inevitable pre mature explosions, fires and other accidents, to say nothing of the fatalities resulting from the ever present fights. Such was our manner of cel ebrating our independence in former years. Hut today it is different. There is just as much patrio tism and no less rejoicing but it is done in a sane manner as be comes an enlightened and dig nified people. Next to the birth of Christ. the Fourth of July will always be the greatest day in history to us, but as time goes on we will learn to observe it in a manner befitting the birth of the greatest nation on earth. Hail to America ami the who fcaturf delightful-Vera Weybelle, accomplished Danish violinist. Is alio an exceptional ci ntralto Sylkov Orchestra. The Sylkov Orchestra presents an entertainer ar ed y pn grans !luit. starry Hag! newspaper A metropolitan points out that women have been experimenting in dress since the days of .Mother Eve, something seeking lways becoming, more practical more iind sanitary, anil something that affords greater freedom of movement. The present short skirt is the esult of these centuries of ex perimenting and perpetual evolution. Everything new attracts at tention and comment, until it is accepted as a custom. Then it is regarded as right and be comes merely an incident of the day. Let the woman and her short ikirts alone. They are ?ane, sensible, and sanitary. for .Men who are sticklers long skirts should don themselves and parade to their hearts' content. No one will object. Squawking Shoe. Hint ome The annoying shoes hne It rauM.nl liy layers or pieces of leather rubbing toKether. Roroo shoemakers open the. aide and Insert a bit of frit; or n peg or two, or a number of im'C irrheri Into the sole from the i,tsldo stops ttn; nmmL enjoyable concert. Sketches of Those Who exceptionally Melodious enst ruble numbers ami vioWill Appear Helore Local lin soltx by Walter .Sylkov, feature Audiences. artist, make the concert a distinct event in every community. The following introduction to each Fine Arts Quartet. ef the entertainers is provided by the and cypy sketches, given hi Inh Chautauqua publicity bureau: rottume, are among the striking proAJa Ward. gram oilenngs of the Fine Arts QuarAda Ward, dynamic, magnetic lec tet. This rompuny will be heard In turer, captivates her judlence with a full concert on the hist afternoon Mim Ward see and a prelude t night. You Americans." America with the eyes, of a cultivated Famous Light Opera, "The Mikado." cosmopolitan and interprets it with A big Chautauiua feature l the lire, wit and eloquent understanding. famous Gilbert and Sullivan light Charles Zuetdin. opera. "The Mikado." Mirtkful Charles Zucblin, eminent publicist. music, clever lines and sure-tlr- r delivers a distinctly forceful and comedy abound in charnctenetic timely lecture. He is a practical and Sullivan style. The comidealist with a clear rut, incisive mes pany is under the direction of George sage tempered with keen humor and Herbert, one of the most successful ;i thoroughly human philosophy. conductors of light opera in America. "Nothing Hut the Truth." The Ilrahmt Trio. "Nothing Hut The Truth." rollick The llrahm Trio, violin, pin no and cello, is personally directed by Ralph ing comedy surec, will be presenttd Michaelis, exceptional musician and by a plrndid New York cast. As a numbers from novel. "Nothing Hut The Truth" wa organizer. classics, and solos of unfailing charm read by millions, and later a a play ami popular appeal are featured by it ran mure than n season on Ilread-way- . From first to last it inspire a thoe master musicians. constant ga of merriment. Chester M .Sahfard. Chester .Milton Kanford h an exRenovating Lantern. pert in, vocational guidance. His If tho Iron surface of your Isn'ern lecture "Failure of the .Misllts." is bat become rusty nib off nil th met a distinctly practical aid In choosing 1th the fine Etsstpaper or other a life vocation. It is vitally imporWlirn tho smooth mstrrlsl. young and old alike. tant to Iron Is exposed fhr It a coat of Mack lead, or soma similar preparation. Charles R. Taggart. Charles R. Taggart n a musician, Crest Freih.Water Lake. . a humorist and an impersonator. Ijikc Itulkul, In Siberia, Is one ct The cleanest, ripajmgest, and the the treat Inland frrh-nntr- r ren. freshest fun goes into the budding s long us nearly Superior, but not so wHr. It I Hanked by Charle Taggart of hi program. credt iwotintulns, and Its shores are, n fun maker extraordinary. filled with wood lUlteri and fisherWeybelle Concert Company. men, but there are verr few hunter, The Weybelle Concirt I oa'.p.T'j is ultiiouth many (ur heartnc niilmali composed of rcmarkab! , ur at c arv found In the great fori its about It. l (ill-bert pol-IshlN-I- Haselden Bros., of Lancaster, say: Users are proud of their De Lavala THERE wemtKu 2.500.000 ' tami4DeU4lGaBSrpsitbatt ftutctSj all uWLijr ike ugn J wymlv --itiutcuc. These Ltde hos ttaJosj We iim Iks Ds Laval Caaaa SepualoeHi uJd t Imrs aj Uiu 4il rtlct Jttui.t JKti 4 sad "ril" Lay Off, Mr. President. Creating A Super Race. A story comes out of Washington to the effect that the administration will attempt to induce the public to relieve the government of the ten billions of dollars of indebtedness now due it by the allied countries of Europe. According to report, the plan as tentatively" outlined calls for the coverting of this indebtedness into long time bonds of the European governments, these bonds to be Bold by our government to the American people at large and -- the proceeds to be turned into the federal treasury, with a possibility that they may be used in the retiring of liberty bonds. That would be fine for the federal treasury, but how about the people who buy Hostes. Hrig. Gen. Charles E. Sawyer, personal physician to President Harding, is working on a plan for the development of a super race of people in the United States. It is intimated that the Washington administration is interested in the plan. During the examination for the draft It was found that of the young men of military age were defective Reputable phyphysically. sicians estimate that an equal number of women are defective. It Is the plan of General Sawyer to begin with the babies and afford them scientific care and training until they reach the age of maturity. If parents generally can be induced to adhere to the rules one-thir- d H Where, within $400 of the new Hupmobile price, would you match the sound, known value of the Hupmobile? If you pay more, would the value be equally greater? At a lower price, would lets in the car, and from the car, satisfy you? $1,485 F. O. B., Detroit. (It) Cut Your Weeds. Many of our progressive farmers are complying with the law and arv having the weeds cut on the roadway adjacent to their farms. This is a good law and should be upheld. Nothing adds more to Uio attractiveness than the performance of tin small and Inexpensive duty. A drive out the Richmond road will convince anyone that we ore correct. Food and Hsalth. "Tho buoyancy of health Is a real enjoyment. jitreiiKth, mental Yljor, ancMood naturo spring from good digestion; coml digestion Is secured only from eating and drinking proper quantities and qualities of fowl and liquid. It U pojttlbU to enjoy, buoyancy of srptjrtt a&4 a good appsj. tit trery day." Etchaafc the wcxll Each Mffn Is s prnonal mneaavnde-iiU the ewotf, LVK Ufa stdKalrs the uide a LkIi ih mart rriaida las De Lata The moil pmgwsme tad axrt pn. pnous lumen m waif e.rnr daeiin uwn trains. iney saow iht D slant cluwt. funs teaef aod laU linnet ikaa aejr u&n srpuslmj aad lhal il oaf be dnwadni vpua la put nan taoaef la the Lata. "Hie Dt Lstsl it paittciiailr tnO Utd,tf ttosara. Hint eauct ihaa cshrl srpattkot, is caaly lisSSsat aad Juts til wwa 10 less urn mrr ltalit ae taVaWbia aWiajawiti W ax palaeaV. nt ty J. E. ELMORE. HUPMOBILE De Laval Sooner or later you Mill buy a The Central Record. Lancastei , Ky., Thursday, June 30 92 1 1 MIm Helen Itohinson, n .Mil Valeria Whittakrr has. been nd Mis Cha-tin- e spending leveral day in Nicholas,- Itucker, of I'aint I.ick, were with ville. Mid-Summ- er Mr. J. (!. Conn Thursday. Mr. Adam nml Mrs. Alfred Hrent Mim Lillian llalleu, who has been of Lexington, are guest of relatives Also nifIn wool, the KUet of Mr. Joe FrnncU, ha here. returned to her home in Stanford. Mr. (Seorce Swtnebroad was the Hats in ty of Mm. Joe NVvitis Mr. and Mr. C. week-enguet at n house party in Dudley nml children, of ll.invllle, (treensburg, Ky. were visitor in lincnuter Monday. Ml Sue Shelby Mason and Mrs. I.awsen were visiters in Mim Marilee Lear left Monday for Sallie Its Itiihmoml, uhere lie will attend the Danville Tuesday. summer term of the Normal School. Mr, (iallowuy, who ha been vis rodent create under h"re, has returned to Price, of Danville, In order to Mr Oraham .Mim Itay Dnvi, of Campbellsvllle, iting friend Mr. J. A. Conn, Jr., entertained existing conditions! was the guest of Mr. and Mr. I". I'. spent leveral day. Inst week with her home in Klehmend. about ?." friends nnd relatives in hon- avoid ,i calamity, the lady leaped I Sunday. from th automobile, leaving the Mnud and Minher couin, MM Carrie Miller ho returned or of her husband's birthday Satur- poor old man to work out his own day. Among the guesU were Mr. nie Conn. home after a two week visit to Mis Mr and Mm. Kclley. of S.4ty and Mrs. D. C. Payne, of Crab Or- salvation. He lea pis I to the steerAlma flritfith in Louisville. ( Mr. ami Mm. were visitar of Mr. an.l Mr. .A. II. .Mllby. of chard. Delightful refreshments were ing wheel quickly and undertook to jlluve l.os Monday. Spftncileld. Ohio, are here for a vlit (leorghi Strong, of Cincinnati, served and every one had a splendid stop the car, but the good old man Mi l tht Comlni ind A RtUI Mtntlen Mr. and I the guest of Mllby' (Mrentr, Mrt. I.ouU Landram, Mr. and Mr. to Mr. Mie Martha and time and departed wishing Mr. Conn found himself unacquainted with an Coins by Thoss V Aft iMtrttttd In. IteynoliU. automobile, n he had never driven Helen (iill, en .Maple avenue. many more happy birthdays. Clay Sutton have heen recent vlsl- - Mr. anything but n Ford. tor III I.OXMKtOH. Mr. K. J. Younu anil son, Omer 0111 gave Mr. J. W. Cook, of London, was a Mic Martha and Helen He found that every lever he pullurondnon, ClilTord Yountr. are a very enjoyable porch party. Tues- guest in our city last Sunday. Mr. Harry lluplon wa a Kc Mr. Val Cook, of Danville, hws and ed, caused the car to increase In funding the week with rotative day evening In honor of their guest, Cook is one of the leading candidates .n Danv.Mi Tui4-i- been the gutsst of hi speed, until he found that he was near Stanford. Mis Ceorgia Strong. Mrs. K. I Owsley. Uer County Clerk of Laurel nml has entering Imcaster on Itichmoml cc, ef Stanton, was Mr J W have Mr. nnd Mr. Dave Thoma Saturday. in Mie Dara Scott and Alice Sut raiany friend here who would like to street, with its magnificlcnt dwellMr. Charles McDowell and Ml" their brblal tour and ton, Of K. K. S. N. S . at Itichmoml, see him come out n winner. Hi ings, tee plant, electric plant, Danville, were returned from Mi I.iMie Ileitis ha returned to Margaret Cook, of will have room at Mr. Mary Logan, were week-enguest of home folk frequent visit here are causing sonv one church nnd a number of business I,aneaater vmUiri Sunday. concern and many are beginning to houses, then making some three or the Normal School in Itichmand. un Danville avenue. at I'aint Lick and Marksbury. think that hi intentions are serious, four circles around the "square," .Mr. C. T. Chenault, of San Fra(' Conn and Mr. and Mrs. Mr. am Mr. J. K. Wrore were SheniT A. K. Walker utTered an a one of IMmcaster' most attractive with iU fountain of pure wnter, its. ncis, hot tiff ti a recent visiter of little daughter. Kdith Orlnnd were visiters ih Crab Orchard Monday. acute attack of indigestion at his young tatlie seems equally interest three banks, hardware stores, clothhi siter. Mrs. J. W. Klmore. the RUeti Wednewlay of Mrs. I. C. home ing storcei, furniture stores, drug Sunday night. We are ed. K. Siarwis Wave Mr. and Mr. J. Mm Came Hell Itvinan ha been Kucker at I'aint Lick. glad to report him out again. store, hotel and a number of groreturned from Crnb Orehscd Spring. a recent viitor of her friend. .Ml. cery and dry good stores, he guided The many friend of Mr. Wtwley Muncie-Hick- s. Mori Coy, near Kirksville. Mis Cecil Klliott, of Greensboro, his machine out Stanford street nt a glnd to know he ha Ftsher Oaine- - nml I). V. Dirkeron are Mesr. S. C. ind Mr. Henry KlHott, of Lou.Malum were in (.ancMter Monday en married forty mile an hour clip. Here he Mr. Coleman Hicks wn Ilrown, of Louisville, recovered from the operation of hav isville, were called to Lancaster by Mr. John churches, two garages, lumcM. lat Thursday to Mis. Elsie Muncic, finds i visiting her parent, Mr. and Mm. mk hi tonul removiil. the rr''ieal illnes--i of their mother. daughter of Mr. Jerry Muncie of hardware store and Garrard county's Jim ituriwide, near nnd little Mrs. Charles Davi Mrs. Marry lludaoa ha return! Tobacco Warehouse; nt this point he m Spriag-rtrld- . Ui relative Mies Virginia Smith and Kliia t hi rountv. Mr. irk a i one of rnml his machine to the left and from a Mi Mnud and Minnie Conn had daughter, of Chattanooga, Tenn., are Hagan, who were sent as dele- Garru'd'. progrewive farmers. These fuu"'' himself driving through one Mrs guet of her brother, Mr. Adolph beth a their W"! for the week-engate to the Kpworth League Con n..wiv.w...u Knv.. ih.. l....t wishes of i of the most beautiful cemeteries in Losing Nannie Ilelle HnwklH. of K. K. S. N. Joseph and Mrs. Joeph. f Mr. Itobort ference at Mt. Sterling have return their friends for a long and happy the state of Kentucky. Leaving life together. The marriage took fwiMWK a ftnv day I'rof. I'aul Hoyd, who ttMche. in ed home. ton. ha Mrt. Kllen Ileitis hat returned place at the residence of Mr. and this section of the city he was comhool at Itichmoml, h rr. daughter. Mr. the Diimmer fMm it ttoit to her pelled to take in Campbell street obwith Hev. Harry pent the week-enMr. Julian Klliott, of Lexington, Mr. C. D. Powell, the otHcating minArnold and Mr. Arnold in serving in his speed a handsome Mr. William MmvHory. of Ter- .! Hudson, en Mnpl avenue. Mr. and Mr. Milton Klliott and chil ister being Ite". I. W. Manley, of depot, two Hour mill, two lumber ra Haute. Ind., sfwut tfce week-endren, of Frankfort, were called here this city. Mr. and Mr. II. D. Holticluw and yards, two coal yard. and three genin Lancaster. ha Wednesday by the critical illness of MM Maud Conn returwd children, of I.ouuville are the guests eral stores. To hi utter surprise he two weeks visit with their mother. Mr. and Mr. ti. M. Tridwy. of from a found himself again on the public of their aunt and uncle, Mr. ami Mrs. aMat, Mb Omstinc llucker at Lick. ptit Mmiduy with Mr. I'aint L. C. King, near Hubble. .Mr. David Carson Payne, of Crab square, with his car still increasing I'aint I.ick. Conn. and Mr. in spied, but he saw in making one Orchard and hi Southern bride were Mr. Ilraham Ilaughman, of Dan Harry Klmore and guest of Mrs. Mr and Mr more circle of the square, a few doc- the pleasant week-enMr Snuftey The many friend of Katherine llnyden, of ville and Mi Jnjtor'soirices, lawotrice., barbershop. Hughe arc glad o know he ha ci l.lren were m Uinc.utcr last week lEushville, Ind.. were guet of Mr. Payne's neice. Mrs. J. A.Vonn, Jr., police station, court house, etc. fr-Having motored up from the r home and Mr. Conn. h recent aluu! recovered Mrs. Luther Gihbs Sunday. and n llarrodshurg. Here he succeeded in pointing his Mr s. D. Cochran is visiting her Mr. and Mr. A. K. lackey, of daughter, Mrs. K. machine toward Danville street, with Iickey, in Kansas ann City are rejoielng over the City, "do. Mr. and Mrs. Lackey are An old man whose r.ame we will its church, hardware store, underarrival of a little daughter. She has rejoicing over the arrival of a jon, omit, realized a few daya ago that taking establishment, uphobyeriiig been named Dorothy Kllrnbi'th. he owed hi neighbor a bushel of shop, shoe hospital, magnificent post who w..s born this week. corn, which he had borrowed over a otTice building. At this point he Mewlamc Kliiabeth Joseph, Chas. Announcement of the marriage of year ago. so his Jionest heart drove swerved to the right and soon found Davis and daughter, little Mi Jose Mrs. Clara Walker to Mr. Wesley, him to hi crib where he filled a sack himself on Maple avenue with it phine, of Chattanooga, are spending of Indianapolis, has been received by to its brim. It was then that he be- modern home. and beautiful lawns; a few day. with Mm. A. C. Mile Uincaster relatives. Mr. Wesley is gan a search for hi. wheelbarrow a turn to the East brought him on th sister of Mr. Dave Itos, of this and found that a neighbor had bor- Lexington avenue with a few more Ashly and Willie Swope. city. day. before. business houses, garages, magnificent rowed it some two who have been visiting here, have This seemed to rile tho good old man, residences and the most beautiful Mr. and Mr CharLo Sander are gone to Lexington for a vuit before STOKE ROOM RENTED AND MUST GIVE school who began to fume nniifwonder why and best equipped graded returning to their home in Ohio. receiving congratulations, and best his friend and neighbor should treat building in all of Kentucky. wishe ovr the arrival of a daughter, by not returning his barAt this time the old man had sucJudge V. II. lluford nnd Mrs. who v a orn Wednesday nt the him thus, Uuford, of Nichohuville, have been home if her parent, Mr. and .Mrs. row, yet he himself hail kept his ceeded In getting control of hi neighbor's corn for over a year. He machine and it was then that he de- -' guests of Mr. anil Mrs. A. C. Miles J. K. Dickcrson. proceeded to drag the sack to the eided that Lancaster, Ky., was sureand Mr. ami Mr. Hubert Carter. Friends of Mr. N. II. Price, will front gate, when a lady approached ly the best town in the state and Mr. Claude Uio llainea write be glad to know that he is recover- driving a handsome automobile. that he would go back, kill the mouse, that he U delighted with hit Hitlou, ing slowly frorr an scculent which She stopped to inquire the way to make peace with the lady, and move which he ha accepted for the sum- befell him last week, when he was the best town in Kentucky and after with hi family to Lancaster and mer, with the Sprague Warner Com injured by a runaway team attached she had received the desired Infor- there live happily ever afterward. A Citizen. pany, of Chicago. to a mower, which he wa driving. mation and a cool drink of water, We are showing a new line of ton, J. C. expected for Itobinion. ('. Hucker Mr. BiIUp Mnon is pcndinj: of Lexingvisit to Mr. day In Chicago on business. a few Hats Mr. J. felt, duvetyn Feather all colors. line white and colors. FRANCIS-SWIT- H old gentleman, where she askeil he was going with hi sack and it tained about twenty of their friends she could bo of any assistance. at n truck ride. After having sup- Knowing that she had to pas by the per nt the Club House, they Journey- homsx of the neighbor of whom he ed through Danville, then on through had borrowed the corn, he asked that Stanford, arriving home about eleven he might ride with her, lo which he AH reported a .idee time. readily agreed. Placing the sack of o'clock. corn in the tonneau of the car, he Squire T. WMtakcr and Miss Car- took his seat beside the accomodating rie To' ten Preston were married yes- lady amy the journey began. An terday afternoon by Itcv. I. W. Man-le- y they were nearing the heme of the a the tatters residence. The neighbor, itfcscovej-ca the lady groom is the son of W. II. Whitnker mouse crawlins over her shoulder, nnd is 27 years of age. The attrac- which had evidently been concealed tive bride is 'JO years of age and a in the sack of corn. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. I". PresImagine the excitement that a ton. would small the Mis On last Monday afternoon Klizabcth and Ilobrrt Hagnn enter- Gossip About People nss e Mli it. vior grand-mothe- d Ja. lat tu 11 k) Tamli. -- d J. hr tienl felXTY MILES AN HOUR d To The Rest Town Kentucky. Forced Out POSSESSION JULY 15th sold in the next Me-w- 1 Entire stock and fixtures must be you value your money as you should. Notice a few pricetf:- 20c .Tc Peaberry OofVee, per pound 20c S")c Pepper per pound ...65c SI .25 Tea per pound 10c 2")c pickles per jar, . 3c Good Rice per pound gallon . . $1.98 Best Mouse Paint per 5c Putman Dye per package . . . . .'! packages for 25c Corn Flakes, 25c Pulled Rice, o packages for :t for 25c Men's Linen Collars, Hose, per pair . . 10c Lot of Children's ..20c Rest Cakes per pound 10c Rest Crackers per pound 25c (10c Poultry Powder 5c 10c Fly Powder ' :iOe Baking Powder per lb. can . . 15c ,2c Laundry Soap per cake 30c Paris Green per pound $2.00 Roofing per roll W.00 $2.50 .S'H.iJO Roofing per roll $2.50 Men's good Overcoats. $1.50 good Coats Men's $1.00 Youths Coats Men's .$3.00 Rubber Overshoes ..$1.50 Men's $5.00, Size (5 Rubber Roots. $2.50 ---- 15 DAYS REGARDLESS OF COST A sale you cannot afford to miss if Dr. and Mrs. Je Ilundrtn and attractive baby, Margaret, who are now permanently Wutod at Fowler-vi'le- , Mich., are the guests of Mr. Ile'i drvn parent, Mr. ami Mrs T.iv'r Itnney. Mr. ami Joe Harris West, located for several month in Lex mgton, are visiting Mr. and Mr. W. They will leave oon for T. West. Tulsa, Okla., whore they will loi.itc permanently. .Mrs. DE DC DE -- ROGERS SILVERWARE FREE WE ARE NOT GIVING PREMIUMS. Therefore we are not compelled to charge c$fci for our merchandise or slight our service, as we have no investment for premiums. We have made arrangements to distribute I Klmore Mr. and Mrs. Chenault leave soon for Wichitn Falls, Tex., where they will make thoir future home. Mr. Klmore ha accepted a lucrative position in this thriving Southern city. and Mrs. Clayton West, Allen ItoUnsoH and Alien West, of Nichomivillo, and Mr Tsler (tedding, of Camp Daniel It tie, were guest of Mr. nnd Mrs A, C. Mile Sunday. Mr. Messrs. Mr. and 1 ROGERS SILVERWARE FREE plan which gives you the opportunity as our new to (ill your china closet with this fine silverware. ASK FOR OUR CARDS AND SAVE THEM. THEY ARE VALUABLE. ve Mr. Itobert Long, and m daughter, Francis, left for Nicholas III iUe last Tuesday, where they will make thoir home. We regret to give up these delightful people and hope their stay will only be temporary. that you cannot alford to hum. Hundred of bartr-urShow Cases. Computing Scalo. l'lnt Form Scale. Cash Itegi-te- r, Dek, Typewriter nnd numerous other fixture niut bo old. Mr. Will Hoazley, now a prominent druggist of Louisville, but a former (iarrard boy, was mingling with friend here for a few hour last Friday, He had been attending the mectiuj; of the druggist ut Crab Orchard. Mr. Ollio l.nyton, son of the late James Layton", of Cincinnati, was in the city last Monday meeting many of his friiiulrt who are nlway de lighted to eo him. He represent tho tl rut of Hubbard, Houu and STORMES DRUG STORE. Established lSf FIRST THOUGHT IN DRUGS. Phone 39, Lancaster, Ky. COY SANDERS LANCASTER, KY. Cut Flowers, Drinks that Satisfy, Paints, Oils, Window Glass. The New Edison, The Phonograph with a Soul. DC DC ltagidale, atock yurd merchants of that city. i The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, June 30 92 1 (co-operative 1 . sign. marketing i uhirh wm ili'.K.n,.! The whole impression of the lour, t.t ttnt th,, tuns ' Is Favorably Received Throughout Tobacco Districts. Blucgrass Section Interested. More than 4,500 persons vitally interested in the success of the Hurley Tulmcco industry, heard Aaron Sapiro last week during In tour of the Illuegrass in behalf of the marketing plan now being of- fered to the growers. At places where he spoke, a growing sentiment in favor of wa marked, while the active was cuntrnct work of signing launched with great enthusiasm In each county. Members of the organisation des clare that the prospects for are excellent. Exercise for health; exercise for fun. COMPANY. At Shelbyville, where Mr. Sapiro goods arc just what you nerd in Our sporting I opened the campaign Monday afterIt. L. HAG AN, MKr. I order to get the greatest amount of fun and exeri noon. June 13, more than 1,500,000 STANFORD ST., pounds of tobacco were signed up cise out of your games. LANCASTER, KY. for the association in less than an . balls and rackets; Don't try to use old worn-ou- t lor M.1 Thill R.rlh Phone us we want your business. IIi - I hraa Uan.r.llona Under the supervisions of H. hour. III llav. you can't put the "speed" in them. By u.mjj 111 A. Thomas. C. I.. Walters, ami oth Come in today and select any of our sporting prominent grower of Shelby County,, CtxJ goods everything is the best quaility at prices that l the work of signing up has been nn vienrntislv since, and the! are right. Come to US for it. total number of pound considerably l?OrT Rollicking Comedy, But' Sapiro crowded! Mr. increased the court room here, with growers t efiio Ms.ntot Co, ciri stuatt s. a eager to hear his outline of the plan. Hit Ad vie, Mr. Sapiro spoke at Hichmond wmal friHit And Home News' t'Vn,co,'ncc,'on w,th '!", pou,,ry Tuesday afternoon, before n very l'ut up b to knock at if yoo5oor. your Ojipertprtlty enthunatic crowd. It had not been iucted by the College of Agriculture From Over farm ntended to attempt to sign contracts in cooperation with county Not Thalr Tault. EKhf. agents has ended in Taylor county at this meeting, but the growers were Wayne county former arc wilt, Widows. m) a wervtary ,f so insistent that more than SR.000 lilnrit an interest in more pure bred with n r,,'Artl nf tli.nOn uni lilifl widow era' aiHlai rlnh ara ' live stock for their farms, according, on different farms, According to a pounds were pledged in a very few lonelier than widows. iV tint not S llurnman. the local oct.Suu inego (Tut.) Sun. to a report of County Agent H. j report of County Agent J. I.. Miller. minutes. T. Hayes in which he states that one .The county is standardizing in Har ehairman, will be assisted in the work Tor Toed and D.iirt. f promoting the organisation in man has already purchased a pure- red Plymouth Kocks. In on of )our riant parsley Madison county, by Harvey Chenault.j bred sire, another has agreed to disWalter Hennett. Harry Hanger, liar- - trfu' Jsrillnlrrrs. It will raaV an severpose of his scrub animals and for the Iioum and ttrnctlte r,, Hanger. Jr., J. J. Neale, William al others have signified their intcn eun u"d for the table. T. J. Curti. I'aul Ilurnami when j;ruii Xrbutkle. tions of entering the campaign. and others. A vote on the plan was' Farm boys and girl. in the vanPotlc practically unanimously favorable, lYorn a Utemry Artleli--"r- iie ity of Chesnut drove, Taylor countrus ' Many of the fiery, itching skin Organization is proceeding rapidly-m will nvuld suih rli)im-'stKit' ty, have organized a junior agricultroubles u Madison county. to and 'fntht,' nMeh. tlioiutt wrfe.-- t to ( tural club, according to n report of orders ofare due solelyDon't disthe blood. let is.iiiiIuii.iiii. tn ft... ..ara . Under the leadership of V. K. fl.M m r County Agent J. L. Miller. these impurities torturo you. S, mms, n meeting was called in Ver-Aalso, r stippo.-- , urh cumblnn- - J Thousands hate gotten relief Taylor county farmer are learnfrom such troubles by taking sailles Tuesday night to hear Mr. t'ons ns Mousti" utul coisu wtilch. " ing new orchard management methr friiltlrfi 3. 5. S., th blood mtdiclno thai drl... Sapiro. nni tith So etfort was made to ob- - ' slKhtly tM.rf.h-- In iIim out th. itnpurlllr. and h.lp. put la tha ods from the orchard of F. K. Weathto the ear IWstnu Tnin-Mailer rid blood corpuicl.i. 'am signatures to the contrnct at this script. ers, which contains 100 tree. ami For Special Buokht or lot indi- meeting on account of the lateness which he is conducting as a demonwilhuutcnJV, liuaairic., MrdKtl AJtlM. of the hour when the meeting adfi Cli with County stration in Nursemaid. Tra. SSSS.Co .Cp'frfJJ, AtUnta, da. journed. Mr. Sapiro was heard with S. 6'. st youl trujf u( Car Agent J. I Miller. The orchard was The lardi or tamarack, U the best attention by about 000 lending grow-tr- s nurse,'" ald the forester, bo was) recently pruned and plans made to of Woodford county. Mr. Simms tusy planting n double tin of llttla continue the work started last year. will perfect n county organization archea on the dg of a nfnssalanta-ao- n. 1'Inns are being made by Gordon with the assistance of Johnson N. lln explained that tin- - strong, II. Nance, county agent of Oldham Camden, also member of the Organilarch was the Nothllik' Hut The Truth" U one of the most wl Icly knowu cotui'dy auc county, for starting community ;re to protct other frutn frqat and cesws. judging contests as a means of select- The Standard Blood Pmrifiet zation Committee. Mr. Sapiro went Wednesday to trough t. And If you or planting As a novel by Frederick S. Ishnm. It was rad by inllllonji of peaple, and ing the junior live Mock judging be IU Cynthiann where he addressed the seoch hedge," white-thor- added, "it rillwind-v- d later as a play it ran more than a season on limadway will represent that counteam which n rou to plant on th It Is the Inttenlou. entertaining story f a young society Idler who wagcra most enthusiastic meeting of the Draam Cora. ty In the contest to be held at the for the whttavtliom srtll that he ran tell the absolute truth for one whole day. interrupted by re- rotect aide lxffch and can bo cat back To dream uf sunrise, good news. series. He was the State Fair this fall. A complete production of "Nothing Hut The Truth" will be given hero Cattle tuberculosis eradication To ae It wt, dlsagreeabla dew. The peated and proponged cheers of ap- ater when tt has nenred its purv. at the forthcoming Itcilpath Chautauqua by u New York company. run obscure by clouds or In edlpso proval as he made points in favor work on the community plan Is going a a good men to those who are la of movement, for rapidly forward in Crittenden coun- rouble. To dream you ere sunburned and growers. J. II. Jones prety, according to John It. Spencer, fou will hear good iiuwb. To see tha county agent, who report that 3G1 rays of the sun around your bead, sided at this meeting. No attempt lory and Infinite honor. To see a was made to obtain signers for the cattle arc waiting to be tested. Farmers in the Merry Oaks com- luubeum iwnetratloc to your bok contract, ns this was the first meetmunity, Darren county, are making levers to dreud. Its rayi to enter the ing held in Harrison county. Hut It, coin, many prominent growers of the secarrangement to organize a senior tharuber und Illuminate trofit, huuor, prosperity. To n martion were to eager to sign that they with led farm club which will tsuti this dream assure btrtb Of the junior agricultural club, a re- t son, who will shine by lib virtues. insisted on members of the Organizaransacking the.r tion Committee port of County Agent, F. O. Horn- l'o mt a house llluiulnuted by it pockets for copies of the contract, ing states. acuulxitlon of wealth. Sun up. J. Quincy Ward is serving n temDistribution of purebred hatching m tli.-- hou.H,-- , iluugur uf lire. porary chairman for that county. The fifth meeting of the week Maysville, where J. N. Kehoe I l.eld at ihaJ largely prepared the way for Mr. Sapiro. More than C70.000 pounds of tobacco were signed up , for the association in less than half an hour. County organization i practically complete in Mason Coun- -' ty, and no ditficulty i.s expected in Tli is new low price reaching the minimum of 7S per is made possible cent, Mr. Sapiro went from Mays-- v by strictest econile to White Sulphur Springs, Vu omics nml specialwhere he spoke before a meeting ized production. if the Virginia State Hankers As Plant No. 2 was plan of sociation on the marketing. erected for the sole Judge llobort W. Hlnghnm, Louis- put pose of making wl.e. Chairman of the Organ. zation 30x3 ..inch Non-Ski- d Committee, ituhstitutod for Mr. Saprio fabric tires at a meeting held at Danville Friday With m daily canight. More than 'J50 growers heard pacity of 16,000 tirea and 20,000 tubes, this plant permits refined proI him at a meeting in the court house. duction on a quantity basis. Contracts were distributed, but no All materials used are the best obtainable. The quality is uniform. leHort was made to obtain signatures at such a late hour. Col. It. Ci. It is the best fabric tire ever offered to the car owner at any price. Kvant, president nt this meeting. Mr. Sapiro wound up till nduca i tional tour of Kentucky with a large meeting at Lexington Saturday after Tire repairmen, who judge values best, class these tires as having the . noon in the Woodland Auditorium. high-grad- e sturdiest carcass made. Forty-seve- n cur manufacturers use It is estimated that about 1,000 perthem as standard equipment. They ure the quality choice of cord users. sons heard this address. When n vote was called for, it was practicalWe carry everything In the implement line. ly unanimous In favor of the pro30x3-inc- h posed plan. Large delegations came Consult us for Bargains. to this meeting from Clark, Nicholas, Dourbon, Jessamine, Madison, Scott Woodford and other neighborinif counties. Louis Lee Haggin, owner of one of the largest farms in Fayette county was the first man to sign the Bryantsville, Ky. contract. Contracts were distribut KINNAIRD BROS. ed but the growers were not asked to I speedy-succes- sage oi herons t'.e growers by a master of the subject. was uniformly thought to be distinctly favorable. It will lie followed by a series of smaller meetings In each of the coun ' ties where organization hos been started, Joseph I'assotineau has an nounced. At the same time orgam nation is being extended into new counties and new states by the organisation committee. j Italph M. Marker, Carrollton, has arranged meeting at Warsaw, Ky , June 2d. at Vevny, Ind., July at New Castle. Ky., July '.. and at He I ford, Ky.. July Ifi. Other dates have been requested by Kentucky and Indiana towns, but no definite an njuueements hate been made I 25c Pound pound for nice Hams. We are paying 25cts per You always tfet just a little more here for your produce. Why take less. We also pay the highest market price for hides. taoisMi Ice & Produce 7 PiHOTHER VTarrTLmT ArtL lAm1 ,r.fi car-rim- inlxMn) t-- McRoberts Drug Store Kentucky Truth," "Nothing the Chautauqua Feature Farm t3 -- r i J-- d What Causef Skin Troubles'! j Prclnt. s p't m u S.S.S. lulck-grontn- tst far-me- suo-ihiii- t, ' 30x36 Standard Non-Ski- d Tire Champion Vertical Lift MowerS75 Firestone Cord Tires ii Hay Rakes $40. Noah Marm Jr. I General Merchandise 32x4 34x4 " Cord ii New Price $24.50 u u u 46.30 S4.90 The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky.. Thursday June 30, 92 1 1 I Will Not. Rolling Dollars (Lexington Herald.) It was n beautiful night, Wed netiy, .May 14th., J !!!. Th Auditorium in Lexington ni crowd The republican clans hail gath ,ered. From every county in th fafn U'iri nf fhn rp jiuhluin party, com1 together to adopt n platform ami nominate n ticket for itnt offices. It In tm the law required n nomination shouli be made by a primary election. Hut Illair in the Federal Court of Indiana, nnd aiklng that he be notified of hi ielcne, closing hi letter: Gather No Interest And ftnfely. rl rctirr-antntK-- intercut U what trmkus dollars rov Of counu', If yon hitvo ?nvnd monoy yon have it on Interest If not In kooi! .sociirltlo, then certainly in the lunik. Surely you are not one of thaso who use shot tin cans and pot.s as depositories. If yon are, you'll eventually he sorry. It's far better to he safe than sorry. We pay I per cent interest 100 per cent Im K.i, HtockinK'f, SAFBTY. The Garrard Bank & Trust Co LANCASTER, KY. We sell trailers ( heiits, which are ood in the t'nited States and all foreign lo.jntrie.s. These Cheques insure your funds against loss. I f. Weybelle Concert Company to Open Chautauqua the tenders of the republican party determined to have a convention am made "recommendations" for nil nomination. It vn n most admirably manatee convention. It worked with the pre o piece in ion of a machinery A platform wa adoptei that promfeo! everything to every body The men selected hy the leaders, were "recommended" fo & nomination. A gallant youth appeared upon the platform, hearing high a Winer on which was inscribed in golden let ten the mystic phrne "I Will Not.' n attractive personality, with twtnk linjr. Ilhing eye ami winning .mile et with a retonnnl voice that car rie.l hi menge to every part of the (Treat huilillng in which he spoke and even far heyoml the confines o t the litnliling t the utternuMt part Of proud lineage, the of the tat on of an eminent jurist and gallan oldier and nephew of the liet lie loved lender of the republican party w ne. me naming Imnner on which w inwribeil the myitic sym !..! "I Will Not" rivite.1 the atten t.un of the polttHtund nurfitor.x. In hi- .nrou voice he ampll t'u l that iMeription ; the twinkle 't f t hi- eye; it (Inched with enrne purpie mi voice rang out uriiarged with feeling a he exclaim well-oiled - 51 The WjIn-1!- . ('.ifirrft r.irrtparry ! wt Jrli Is rurely iieeunti :iMied both as a violinist ai.il as n rou'raStu vl !M A l attte f Ivr.tnark, she studied In when art it- - cti tl. :i In concert ami opera "ed nnl power, UlM WcjMIe iiiknh.' a .o-- r if rr irlaM.- - r In- J te.-.iit- ltrdpath Ch.iulaniiua. I mtntau-- of Vern e belle feature nr'lst f tin corntany ipe:: tit rc ai:i of tin 'i:siliu sersnt.l slngeri mt plu)ern, lir l'ai.l not ' lniie or miue the pnrtloning nor will I pardon any guilty will I ,in. thia great power f rp irttl en4t." r an intant there wat that till "ut coMc-- i with overwhelming ' i then th great conclave o rvj n!'' i.na and independent, who n I only the het for the atnte, i" I iemorat who believed public c!f cc be a public tnit. gave vent t.e r deep approval of thin high I of the tratlnnt youth who i lge b.rt 'he Itaanur with the cryptic n gn .i. "I will not." T me ehtp6 the cne cimngeil P-ga'Iant youth of high demean if I resonant voice occupies the J poMtion in the noble State ' f Kentucky. With fmth in his high iruni.ie hypnotiied by the llaming banner he unfolded on May 1th IU1D, an ovenvhelming majority of th' me i of Kentucky had ch.en him as C'hu-- Executive. In hi olTice at the capital of the Mate, "urroumli'd by the of the great men who in day gone by mrved well the Commonwealth, with h. pledge to the people ratified and emphatueil by hi oath of otfice, he dichnrrel the duties of the Chief Maiciitrate to whom U giveM the Lower . f iwrdoa the mot nreciupower that can be given to a huwaa being. w II r 'raj-lea1 "I fl wth pMiMtonale ptritim: "Kindly acknowledge receipt and Surplui $60,000.00 give the requeMed information with Honor Roll Bank. a statement that he will not be re4 per cent paid on lime delented until I nm notified." posits. Call and tee ua. II. V. It.i.tin, the superintendent of the Frankfort penitentiary, wrote J. J. Walker, President, to Mr. Lytic: W. V. Champ, V.cc President, "We have marked our record, io W. O. Itigney, Ass't, to the President. you Mil! be notified in time to have L G. Davidson, Cashier. an officer here to take charge of him J I. .istant Casliier. when he i discharged or paroled." V .Miller, AMistnnt Cashier. Illair , charged with robbing a Mrs. Naomi Hamilton, Teller. bank in Leavenworth, Ind. of $.ri0,-00- 0 worth of Liberty Ilonds in 19IH, Is under indictment in Kvansville on NATIONAL BANK. the charge of stealing government property. LANCASTER. KY. Hut to return to the Governor' Corner Public Square nnd Dnnvillc Street. office. The Hon. fialvin, Morris member of the IEepublfcan State Central and K.tecutive Committee, requeMed the Governor to panlonJ 'aris, where Illair disappears? Illair, a letter from Illair was preDid Koscoe Searcy know that Hlair sented Mating that he was drunk was going to skin his bend? I I when he committed the crime in .Morns Galv:n know ther- - was real n Louisville, and that he had a letter for llloir to make a quick gateway in from a tubercular sister in Califor- order not to be captured by Federal nia, and a letter from the man he officials? Did the Governor pardon assaulted in Louisville requesting hi Frnnk Illair. alias John Doe, solel pardon. because Illair himself stated that he There was no request from any wat drunk when he committed the of the otficers of the Commonwealth crime in Louisville, and the victim in Louisville familiar with the fact, of that crme requested hi pardon nt neither from the judge ner the pro- the earnest solicitation of some un secuting attorney, nor the members earned and as yet unknown business of the Jury who tried the case. man of Louisville? PILES. Hut the Governor the same galWhat are the facts"' There are If ou cirp a sufferer with plW. htmnr. lant youth who in the Auditorium at rholdi. Iilinil or liltnllne. Jim will crl rrllrl law providing for the punishLexington had proclaimed "I Will certain Iromlne tint itprilcuum ol Vtlt Pi's ment of those who aid criminals to R.m.df (uiltrl fur p!l- - ami tittula. Not" abuse nor mitusc the pardonMmthifus dmi nut smart. J1.0U by escape. There are certain bodies mill. rrtpjU. power, nor will I pardon any ing commonly known as grand juries. S. F. OIK. IJH Miitfittstir, I cltUiiul. I;. guilty man, nor will I use this great grand jury in the county of Jef power for political ends" granted The ferson has the right to make on inthe pardon upon the ground that No Rod Tape. vestigation of the facts that transpir Illair was drunk when he committed "One Uitex I partioilarlr admtm ed m Jefferson county. The grand the crime for which he wo- sentencury ... Franklin county has the right "'J ed. He did not make any investigato make an investigation of the facial,. a,je m' Mmt - tho glm. not even such cursory investion The 9lcilJ urJ UCCurucy that transpired at t!la ra,.tJi0,U tigations a- to ascertain the notaFederal grand jury has we opine for Its enforcMiiKiit." tions on Illair' prison record that the right to make an investigation included the premise of the wnrden of Alchemy. occurnnces that led to the ecape! of the penitentiary, a state official, of a man under Federal indictment. ,In ,ho m,Ia ,ou' ut "eulah. New to a tMMtolfice inspector of the Fed11 ro Will th- - fact be ascertained and ,H,'lco' see a white woman, two men, Mono eral Government, to notify him of made public, or will frank Illair. Wrn MnmInK M he Illair release. urns jonn woe. mwe nis piace aiong- - wuk( wlu.n ore, jouns lady These are the fact in the record side the .Man With the Iron Mask asjf(ira(. tripping woii down the Mrwt. Vol a revealed in the records of the one of the (treat mysteries of human turmM to stou, and Stonu turned to courts and the prison, ami interviews history? WtMkt, and us Mie they both with the high contracting or pardonturnml to rubber. .Science uud in rentlon. ing powers. Tllet of Ptarla. Motlier-of-pcutib-n- , What is the secret? Who is fir l.atliroxas A Chierful Note. Illair? What i the source of the )r otber dec.ratlve umj, are Uio new "All thlngn are full of Iniquity and nvintjon of Albert and Caesar e mysterious influence? Why did flco; morn crime U coiutnlttet than Th of Philadelphia. Searcy, the Oil Inspector of Jef Vutllrrmrtit, V ran bo remedied by restraint. ibells of iearly ruuvv-ld aru ferson county, n brother of the chair :o oHiJer and mUet! with Just o:ioteli tniKKlo In a huge contest of crlroln man or the Kepublican State Cen- rcment to reuder tlie material planlc sllty. Dally tbo pasilou for sin la tral ami Executive Committee, in- - I t thiHi mnliljMl Inft. lllmt i !fti freater. The shame in cotumlttlnic II dure Nick Vaughn to reduce Hlair'sluiJ Uw surface Is ground tad jkm la less" . . . Tills Is not tho ont try of oau who loots witii ulnrtn upon: bond, go personally to get him out sieil for a pretty finish. tho orgies of thi protlteer. tho opot of jail, with the result that Illair tho treed! itlons of tho auto kipped? Why did the Hon. Morris ae f landlords, and the Galvin, member of the Kepublican ."IvlUe.s of tho grafters, gamblers, mar-lState Central and Kxecutive Commanipulators and crooked polltU mittee, interest himself "in :ians. It la tbe philosopher SenecaU a pardon for Illair. go personally to STORMES DRUG STORE ie&crlptlon of comilUoDs iu Homo 100 year nga take him from the penitentiary to Capital $50,000.00 j CITIZENS J" ?AT", - ' "' pu-ut- Ito-co- s cru-be- ban-ltt.s- , et Thoroughbred Horses Annual Summer Meeting at LATONIA (ConTenient to Cincinnati) June 4th to July 9th Stakes : SMir, ItiMftU twtir J - (ururti nun '" SiuUr. . U1WU HUT 3irUr. twumr 3lurWr. J UMUr The unusually hich class of the horses on the ground, the excellence of the program hook and improved accommodations for patrons combine to insure the success of the meeting at the popular Latonia Course. Those who visit Latonia this month will enjoy the finest sport in its history. Utwritr. J- miki umtir UMll ttlUt ZS- 3.1 ttl NHCB UMClf .'. U Uiar-b-r. - UIMU MM Sibr. Wf - CKaWll tUflT S.twUr. Mr Za4 HrUKMf MNCtf Kentucky Jockey Club Incorporated UUr. Mr 4 ItfKl MM UMKlf Vur4.r. Mr tJ Latonia, Ky., Course State Central and Committee the HoBor- able .Maurice Calvin, of Coviagioa He ak the gallant youth, now flair ernor. io grant n (MrttoH to one Frank ll'.t.r, ,tha John Doe, coafiaotl in the pen tentiary. A itvM lnteretinic record ha that huh- frank lllalr. alia Joan Doe hi l'.US he imtered a tmttaoM pl ti I.ounville, held up the proprietor. ri'libcd him of his money, and wa capture! after a deoperate Mragglo, lie wn held under a throe tbeutaad lollar bon.l. Kotcoe Soarcy. wb ha the lucrative position of Oil In pector of JelTvrn county, a broth er of CheIey Searcy, chair man af thi l.epublican State Central and K''cut:e Committee, succeed el in h.nmg that lond l educed to eht undreil dollar.- when the regular poln-judge was not on the bench, .I Nck Vaughn, n republican at torney, now a candidate for the republican nomination for judge, wm acting In hi Mead. .Mr. Searcy int- mediately went to the bond record r' olTice, put up eight hundred do! ,ir in cull, proceeded to the county ail, (ccured lllalr' releoio without to the chief of police nnl Illair klppc-il- . Within n hort time Illair war ar retted in Ohio, charged with trying o rob a man on a tleeping car and ni a remit of that arret he a returned to LoukviUe far trial and entenci'il to the penitentiary for five year.. V. C. Lytic, pottotTice Inspector wrote to the warden of the Ken tucky Mate penitentiary, telling him that there was an indictment agaliut Kxicutive at-.- te A il'tingiiihel cttiien the ol Mate comes to him a citizen er ce have he'n rewarded Uy hi party by hij election a, a member of whc Albert's a new note in the joys of rolling 'em! Talking about rolling your own cigarettes, we'll tell you right here that Prince Albert tobacco has 'cm all lashed to the mast! You've got a coming your direction when you pal it with handful-of-happincss of r papers! For Prince Albert is not only delightful to your taste and pleasing in itsrcfreshingarbma.but our Exclusive patented process frees it from bite and parch! P. A. and the makin's And, for a fact, rolling up Prince Albert is mighty easy ! P. A. is crimp cut and stays put and you whisk it! into shape before you cart count three! And, the next instant you're pulling away, to beat the band! Prince Albert is so good that it has led four men to smoke jimmy pipes where one was smoked before! It's the greatest old buddy-smok- e that ever found its way into a pipe or cigarette ! M in fppy ttd IW(i, tiJy itj tint. Prlntt Alhttl It hvmUr mn4tntht pturtj trjrtttt f Uaa mnj Kuti fxiunj humUmt with ponf mtuttntr Fringe Albert tht national joy r C.pyt K. TbccC. Wlw("--- l N.C. J. lM IMI o.lit) Th Central Record, Lancaster Ky. Thursday, June 30, PAINT LICK A. Henry was on the tick lilt the past week. Mr. Edwin Wnlker was quite sick week. several day the Mrs. 1). 1 92 1 . I n5'sss.psSSanspil AsajJkoaatXJkeflasa American Legion News A iat ha been on the slck list the past week. Mim Grnce Hall left Saturday to enter school at Howling Green. Ml Kmma Hurchcll July Clearance national fund for the erection of Clastttttf a memorial to F. W. Galbraith, Jr., Mm Mr. anil Mr. Wm. Hurt, Sr., family Rev. Skagg nnd Sunday, has Mr. Crit lllack, of London, been the guest of Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Estridgc. Mr. Tho. Logsdon anil family nr! spending thl week with relative at llriujficld. Don't forget the residence sale of Mr,. Elisa Mill, dcra,cl, Saturday, Jul? 9th. Mr. and Mrs. Clevc Ogg were the guest. Sunday evening of Mr. and Mrs. Ollie Holan. SALE We will offer to the public our entire stock of merchandise at a greatly reduced price. Sale begins late commander of the American RATES i Legion, ha been started by Home Sinfle Insertions Ic a word wood Post of Philadelphia, A check No ad taken for less than 'JOc covering the first contribution to the fund has been forwarded to the na in this column. No ads In this tional heodnunrters of the Legion nt column chanted. com The Legion! Indianatmh. Seven Insertions for the mittee of memorials of which T. price of five. Walimlcy, of New Orleans, Scnime chairman, has not yet announced Phone order must be paid promptly. a plan for a memorial. Member of the Kings County New York American Legion post will visTwo Oak Wash Stands, aarno as it the grave. of Col. Roosevelt nt Oyster Hay July 4, to deposit a mem- new, for sale. Call Mrs, Henry orial wreath and conduct a brief Moore, at Simpson House service. r of the I'mted The States" as he describes hlmelf i being sought by federal authorities aided by members of the American Legion throughout the northwest. He ha written to Governor Hart of Washington, requesting that his name be placed at the top of the .lacker list. He wrote that he wa P. I.. Saylor of Genrssee, Idaho, and although he successfully dodged the draft by moving to another city and assuming name, he ha enjoyed all the glories of a returned A. K. F. hero through the purchase of a soldier' discharge anil several war medals." And you ought to hear me tell the girls of all the battles I ua fn, he writes. The Klks lodge of Ijifayette, Ind., has withdrawn plans for a Fourth of July celebration to avoid contlict with a celebration of the American Leg super-slacke(i5-J- 3 'iU JULY 2nd and Lasts 15 DAYS Gingham Sewer Pip, all else! Fire Clay, Fire Rrick, Fire Backs, Thimbles, Rock, Sand and Cement. Garrard Milling Co. 0.23 41. We can repair your tires and tubes no matter how bad they arc. llring them in now. i' pd. Try a tack of Ballard' Obolitk Flour and notice the difference. Hudton As Farnau Rev. and Mr. Young have home after .closing a three weeks meeting at Bybee. Mr. C. P. Snyder, of Lawrence burg. Is the truest of his nelce, Mrs. Thus. Todd this week. Cone early or you will miss some of these wonderful bargains. Below we have listed a few of the bargains which we will offer to you during the sale. Store will be closed Friday to get ready for the sale. Ilemdon & Jones, 27 inch Madras Light k dark percale I 8 13c. Ladies white wasfi Waist, 98c, $1.49 13 c. A reduction on all White Goods. Middy Suits at half price. 19c. $5.50 Comforts at $3.79 FOR SALE; One 12 and one K inch oscillating electric fan. J. W. Elmore. Lancaster, See (rt-n- 2t, pdj Mr. Mr. A. G. ilatnrr and son. Harold, of Ravenna, are visiting her parents, Mr. and Mr. J. D. Ilurchell. Mis Kmma Hall has returned from Rowling Green, where she visited her In school there. aistcr. who Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Hervey and children were dinner guests Sunday of her parent, near l.ancatcr. Brick All sites Sewer Pipe, Fire Fire Clay, Sand, Cement and Stone, Garrard Milling Co. 623 3t. Major Davidson and wife nnd Miss Alma Lear were dinner guest Sun day of Mr. and Mm. Kidd Allen at Winchester. Mr. and Mrs. Jno. K. White, of N'icholasvillc and Mrs. James Carlile, of Columbus, O., spent the week-enwith Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Woods. Mr. and Mm. Ernest Centers, of Jlavenna are here with relatives, hav ing been, called by the .crious illness ml death of his father, Mr. J. D. Centers. Friends of Mrs. J. T. Underwood will be grieved to learn that she it In the hospital at Richmond, where she Is expected to undergo an operation for appendicitis soon. Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Lear had a their dinner guest Thursday Mr. and Mn. J. G. Burntlde, Mm. William Ramsey, Mrs. Roselle, of N. C. and 1 d Slippers from $2.98 up. Curtain Scrim 13c per yd. Thompson's Cor- sets are reduced. $1.50 Voiles at 1 Ladies Hose from 10c on up. Unbleached Cotton Ladies White Skirts half price, Ladles gause vests 1 ion. FOR SALE lleautiful Colonial of land. Residence nnd 12 acre known a the Curt Rohinon home, five miles from Iincaster on Lexing ton pike Will sell nt a bargain, or trade for a farm otT pike. Also have l"i acre of' land, with good liouie f mile otT Lexington and barn, pike that is a bargain for quick ale G. C. Waller, (tf) one-hal- 8c. 10c. Georgette and Waist greatly reduced. ALL RIADY-TO-WEAR, 13c. Children's , 85c. -- Ging- be- - Dresses i 'ow cost BELOW COST. vou can "uv anv" where. fota cheaper than Best gjade Taf-Crepe-de-chi- ALL NOTIONS REDUCED. J. E. DICEERSON LANCASTER, asBkatdB eBBtBknW & SON aA&A SBBhhJB KY. . -- aa A iA AaA ABBaoH asnBlaBo) JBaBkflk ABBeft eSBheSt cSa. aa 4a MT. HEBRON Mesdames H. R. and Ernest Mont gomery are ill at thi writing. Bale Tie for Sale. Hudson at Faniau. Mr. Wm. Vanderpool and family of Lexington, spent lait week with relatives here. Kd. Grow and Ernest Montgomery old to Henry Ruble some hog at per pound. Messrs. Dave and Auther Mont gomcry sola to Jir. Henry kuuio some hops last week. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Crawford and children, of Sulphur Well spent Sun- lay with Mr. J. I. Crawford. I.uland, the little son of Mr. and Mrs. Orbin Thompson, who broke his arm recently is dolnir nicely. Mr. II. F. Grow, of Teatersville spent a part of last week with his nephews, Messrs. W. I nnd Kd Grow. Mr. and Mrs. Harrison Dean and children were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dennle Scott, near A. Z. Leavell. Tandy, the C months old son of Mr. and Mrs. Forest Centers, died last Friday evening and was buried t Manse Saturday. The bereaved parents have the sympathy of the entire community. In turning a horse and buggy around, which she was driving on Thursday afternoon Miss Nellie Scott was painfully Injured when the buggy turned over throwing her out. Miss Virginia Hammack was with her but was not hurt. Mr. D. I). Centers died at his home near here Monday about noon of uremic polon. Interment took place in the Richmond cemetery on Tuesday afternoon. The sympathy of the community is extended the widow and nine children, who survive him. 7c Attention Hunters Positively no fox hunting or hunt-o- f any character or trespassing on our farms. Any violators will be prosecuted. W. S. Embry, W. A. Price. T. J. Price, Ed and N. II. Price, Fisher Herring, Crit Meadows, Ansel Meadows, John Collier, J. S, Schooler, Joe Crlscillis, J. M. Crisclttis, Robert Speake, George Conn, Jim Conn, Henry Arnold, Marion Johnson, W. E. Whitaker, Tom Conn, J. M. Meadows, W. T. King, John Rich, Sam Rich and J. G. Conn. (Other names will be added upon the payment of "3 cents.) (tf.) and Mr. and Mrs. W. I Grow daughter, I.ucy, spent Saturday night and Sunday with his parents, near Pleasant Hill. Mr. and Mrs. Kd Grow and daugh ter, Felda were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. N. Grow, at Pleasant Hill Wednesday night. Kelda Misses I.ulla Doolin and Onstolt and Mr. Herbert Doolin were guests of Miss Ida' Mac llourne near Lancaster, for the week-end- . Mrs. K. F. Scott returned Sun day from a week's visit with her son Mr. Dennle and granddaughter, Scott and Mrs. Uuford Teatcr, near VM.UI....MI.. .111 11111.19 till'. s Rubber Tiraing have just received Mipply of the I 9 MARKSBURY Mr. Green Kites has been on the sick list. Mrs. Karneat Goinoy Is convales cing after several days Illness. Mrs. Jesse Sanders motored to Lexington last week on business. Mis Margaret Doty of Lexington, is expected home Friday. Miss. Alice Sutton of Richmond Normal spent the week-enat home. Miss Juanlta Dunn, of Lancaster, Is the guest of Miss Stella Doty for the week. d and Murgarvt Hradshaw, of Danville are visiting Mrs. Talbott Jenkins. Tennessee Millet, Red Top Cane Seed, Cow Peas, Soy Bean. Hudson 4k Farnau. Mrs. Hiram Ray, Mrs. Nora Teater, Misses Sallie Lou Teater, Mary and Francis Ray, were in Richmond Friday. Mr. T. 0. Hill. Misses Sadie and Willie Mae llcazley were guests of in Somerset friends nnd relative from Friday until Sunday. Mr. T. 0. Hill. Mrs. Lizzie Walker, Mrs. T. C. Jenkins, Mr. Nora Teater and Miss Sallie Lou Teater spent Wednesday at Klvin Springs. Mr. and Mm. Jess Hill and family and Mr. and Mrs. Talbott Jenkins spent Sunday with Mr. and Mr. Walker Hradshaw at Danville. Mr. and Mrs. Luther Raney, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Moberley and son, BUCKEYE Mis Klvaree Carter, of Lancaster, Rev. Price will preach Saturday spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Hir am Ray. P. M. at three o'clock. Mr. Howard Land, uho has been Mrs. Flora Long, of Lancaster ick nt the home of his aunt, Mrs. spent Thursday here with friend.. Clark, near Marksbury, was uble to Mrs. Uuford West and family of come home last week and is improvRichmond are visiting Mr. and Mrs. ing rapidly. L. F. Hrown. Mr. and Mr, lirown Uuford, Mr. llogie and Mr. and Mrs. Ollie and Mrs. Clayton West and son, Mr. daughter, were guest of relatives In Al Robinson and Mrs. Kmma RidLancaster Sunday. den, of Nicholaiville, were guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. Jasper Noel, of Madi Mr. and Mr. A. C. Miles .Sunday. son cousity spent Sunday with Mr. Mrs. Kllznbeth Joseph and Mrs. and Mrs. Ray Noel. Chas. Davis and children of Clmta-noogis Miss Alma Miller, of Lexington, Monday Tenn., were guest Dr. and and Tuesday of Mr. nnd Mrs. A. C. visiting her Mrs. Geo. Hendren. Miles urn! Mr. and Mrs. Hubert CarMr. and Mrs. R. . Price visited ter. Mr. and Mrs. Robt. Carter and Mr. The sewing club met Thursday at and Mrs. Dewey Price recently. the chuol Auditorium with a nice Mr. and Mr. R. W. Sunder and progruifT. The prizes for best work daughter spent Sunday with Mr. and were awarded 1st., to Miss Christine Mrs. W. II. Gulley ut tancaster. Davis; 2nd., to Miss Myrtle Davis Miss Sadie llcazley of Somerset, and rd., to Miss Roberta Ray. grand-parent., Mers. Carmon and Green Etes motored to Somerset for the day Wednesday. Mr. Raymond Doolin Is expected to leave in a few days for Camp Taylor to be gone a month. Mr. Den Hughes and daughter. Miss Delia Rice Hughes spent Wednesday with Susan K. Sutton. Purina Chicken Feed, Purina Chicken Chow. The quality hind. Hudson Farnau. Mrs. Orussell and attractive little daughter, I.oraine, Is visiting her sister, Mrs. Jno. Helm, in Lebanon. Dr. II. S. Doolin and son, of Somerset and Mrs. T. C. Itnnkln, of Hubble, were guests Thursday evening of Mr. W. T. Doolin and family. They also spent Wednesday evening with Mr. David Rankin and family. V a new Bsst Grade ofGutr-aatstw- ! Rubber i and will rubber your buggy for 914.00. Giva mm a trial and satisfy Phone 187. yourself. N. Lancaster, Ky I I I I V I I I f NAIL! NAIL! HAIL! Frotcct your tobacco frtn its Boat dcstractlfc cicay. We arc itfepawl t0 lunrc yon aalast such a loss. That George t'arpentier, in hi coming bout with Dempsy, will hit the latter so hard that he will see tri'Colorcd stars for the remainder of hi life, is the hope of the American Legion of San llernardino County, Calif., which recently, al an meeting, unanimously adopted a resolution supporting the French pugilist. Member of the American Legion Pott of Palatkn, Fin., have sent Tarpentier a copy of a resoluadopted tion which they recently giving the latter the moral suport of the post. American Legion pots throughout the I'mted States will read the last public speech of Col. F. W. Galbraith at their Fourth of July celebrations. The peech of a plea for the Citizens' Military Training Camp, was delivered by the late national commander a few hours before he met death in an uutomoblle accident at Indinapolis. "I come to y"ou," declared Mr. Gallhouand braith, "as one of tho of Americans who went Into the world war without the benefit of n training camp. We believe In preparing the young men of this country for citizenship. A part of this citizenship consist of beng ready to defend our country In the time of need." Copies of the speech are being forwarded to the post from the national headquarters of the Legion at Indianapolis. A movement has been started by a number of posts of the American Legion to have the body of the unknown American soldier, to be brought back from France, burled under the dome of the National capitol instead of in Arlington National Cemetery. The George Washington post has appointed a committee to formulate and have introduced In Congre a resolution changing the place of burial. An inheritance of $10,000 made scarcely a ripple in the life of Joe llokau, member of the Kern post of the American Legion at Toledo, llokau is n policeman. When notified of his good fortune he was asked if he Intended quitting the police force. "I can do a greater service ns n policeman than in any other way, and after all, what pleasure is greater than that of doing something worth while," he said. Members of the American Legion in Louisiana, Mississippi and Florida have been notilled that their efforts to exclude a colony oaf Mcnnonltes from those states have been successful. The Mennonlte are going to Members of the legion opMexico. posed the settlement of thr because they evaded military' service on religious grounds. The Chamber of Commerce at Columbus, Ga,, Is endeavoring to have restrictions against the use of fire works on the Fourth of July reniov. ed so that there might be a general pyrotechnic display in honor of the delegates to the American Legion state convention to be held there July 4, 5 and Gth. Men-noiiit- We are still trimming price and not customers. Mowers J75.00, Hay Rake. 110.00; Ice Cream Freezers. $5.00; Wire Fence, 7Sc; Paint per gallon. J.' K0. The way to bring trade to town i to cut prices to cost Four llurner Oil Stoe, at fIS.OO Harness llreeching and Saddles, Screen DMr. Windows nnd many other articles al cot. Come in and get yours. Account due July J. R. MOt'XT & CO lt Notice. Any one having claims against the estate of Mrs. Eliza Hill, deceased, will present same to me properly proven, not later than Saturday, July 0 Uth. M. II. Dudley, '2t Danville. Ky. GET BUSY, keep busy. Is your Is it permanent? You Job unsafe! want a business. You can get Into such a business selling more than 137 Watkins products direct ta 'armcr if ysu own auto or tram or tan get one; if you are under SO and ran give bond with personal suritirs. We back you with big sell- ng helps; G2 year In busmen; 20,- life-lon- g 000,000 user of our products. Writo for information where you can get territory. J. R. WATKINS CO. Dept. 113 Winona, Minn. (C1C 41Ipd. For Sale. My seven en house. miles acres of land. room house ami four Nice barn and chickGood cistern and cellar. Located in llackley, about seven from I.ancater, For further Information, write Mrs, Jennie Comley, 20S3 South Pennsylvania St., .It.) Indianapolis. Ind. (C-2- 3 Artificial Llmba. Artificial arm nnd leg were, It Ifl belleTed. nted In Ecrpt aa early as 700 B. C It ta aabl they warn ma do bf the pTleat. who wero the physician ind tarrtooa of thesn ilaya In tha land of the Nile, and the llmba war well cnnitrncted. Another Ancient Civilisation. Ilulna recently discovers"! In the Tt dotty of Kl Vtrote, Mlnte of Vera Crua, reveal the etlttencn of an nnclent civ llltatlon hitherto unknown. Mala tHe covered are 'neither of ttnno or clay, but of a cartoon bright iubelanca, heavy and looking like tin. Oallton. Tba alleoa was originally a war ahip of three or four run stocks, Ha wine waa subsequently applied to tbm ftpsmlab treaauru-ahlpwhich brought from, the Kpnnlsb poaoetatoea ta Max. lea and South America gold and illver and other wealth to fijiuln. They war kuga, unwieldy vessels, and wsttw manly sought after a prizes during tlaaaa nf war on account t Uka a Health they contained. , Elmore & Hopper. Laacaatcr, Keiticky. 0 The Rlflht of Fraa now that wa vera pea atara In awarding tha celluloid tea lag fork for tha aeaaoa'a wont ptat, Tha prist) really belongs to tha of thla oat. On "ill to a friend Iho other teynat De aa I buy and sell OLD FURNITURE awara was coeaplaUiUig. tan treat rvtatosg fear and antique of every description. i If you care to buy. or if you cart to wtsat ha ntortaiL itiwiliaatr rlatM to w Ml A aula aw a It apxuro A. rr-IT- ator pat-patr- Antique Furniture. -lag toll, write or phone tf J. . Elmore, Laacuttr, Ky. it atr- -