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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): July 7, 1921 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1921 cen1921070701_sn86069201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): July 7, 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. THimnrcoNO tea LANCASTER. KY.. THURSDAY AFTERNOON. JULY 7. 1921. GOAL CHAMBER NUNIKIt 14. GARRARD CHAUTAUQUA INTERESTED OPENS Big Tent Spread On In Market Co-operati- ve IS REACHED ASSURED FOR LANCASTER YEARS. OF COMMERCE says that a Chamber of At a meeting of the Garrard Coun Commerce is a necessary adjunct to any live city; n dead community ty Fiscal Court Inst Friday, the en need not a Chamber of Commerce, tire court sitting, the work of Miss Joyce Syler, our county Home De but flowers. 2. A prominent business man mon'trntlon Agent, was unanimously says: A community without n endorsed by the court nnd an apChamber of Commerce would be like propriation of $2&0 a year wns allocomotive without steam stand lowed from the levy of lll'Jl. The County Hoard of Kducation ing still. Membership in the Cham.'100 a ber of Commerce permit me to sup- had previously appropriated Exhibit. ply my portion of that steam neces year toward her salary and at the Miss Georgia Dunn, who has given sary ot run the engine, in other meeting last Friday, the trustees of Graded nnd High formerly of words to make possible community the I.aticaMcr Mr. D. D. Centers, so much of her young life to pnson school, added an additional nppropri-tio- n work. Christian Endeavor movements Estill county, but n resident of this pi ogress." of J50 a year. The U. S. ami Sunday School work, had u very county for a number of year, died 3. A real estate man says; "Any in conjunction with the interesting display of hand made nt his home on the Cnrtersville pike tliim. I- rnn .In fi, fust,. ,111 iifi- - n li..f. " .. I I : -n ft tc?... He was 07 years old ter " work In the office of the County Sup on Junu place in wh.ch to live and do "uu '":r,cu, uf " a year toward the work of the dem Hfggins, for last September. 's He wns one of erintrndent, Mis Jennie business give. me satisfaction in most prominent farmers and knowing that I am doing my part.) onstration agent, if the remaining several days last week. ln thc Maggie McKee Cheek, Danville, sayThis work was all done by the his loss to the county I a severe one. rin Chamber of Commerce n.ron!5laum of 1000 u m:uU' u He Is survived by his widow anil this opportunity, and I am happy to, inmates of the State Reformatory nt ing: "Your action about the ball at Kddyville and Frankfort, nml showed nine children, the latter being, VernCrab Orchard meets our heart j appllshed by Miss Syler during the past The on Centers, of Oswego, Oregon, Mrs. turn." wonderful skill in its making. proval." six months, has brought splendid recollection consisted of walking cane. A. N. Johnson, of Irvine, Krnest CenA, A business man makes it very picture frames, fancy work, pipes ters, of Itevcnna, Mr. G, C. Cox, of clear when he says: "As n resident sults and it is a source of great satisMissionary Meeting. faction to the people of the county, Tandy, Walter, lira wings, etc. This will all he taken Richmond, Messrs. and business men of this city, I would who have seen her work, to know that the World's Chris John, Forest and Mrs. T. II. Wagers, by Mis Dunn to The Missionary Society of the not feel that 1 was living up Ut my she will be retained here for another tiari Kndeavor Convention which con of this county. full opportunites and my full obliga- year nnd perhaps ns long ns she de- Methodist church met recently and While confined to his bed for only vened in New York City this week carried out one of the most interest tions towards the city in which I live sires to stay. nnd will be entered in the Ijainnr nt one week, Mr. Centers had been in mil ing programs had in several months. in which my business is located, Miss Syler is now taking her vacafailing health for the past two years. this meeting. The afternoon was devoted to Rurif I did not with the other tion at her home, Sugar Creek, O., Funeral services were conducted at business men through the Chamber of but will return August 1st., to fol- al Schools, which was very ably dis the home by Itev. C. II. Holder, as- Commerce," cussed by Miss Westover, our local low up the several projects thnt she Ked Cros nurse, telling sisted by Itev. C. A. Van Winkle. of the con i. A professional mini said a has laid out for the coming nix llunal was in the Richmond ceme ditions of the schools in the county. great truth when he gave his reason months. Candidates for county office who tery. This was followed by several papers, for being n member of the Chamber are promising to serve for less than read by ditTercnt members of the of Commerce: "Why um I a memthe statutory compensation or to en society. A talk by Miss Gill, the ber? Why does a farmer put fertili dow the road or school funds out of school attendance officer, was greatly Friends of Henry Wallace, one of zer into the sou; 10 increase ins their salaries or remit automobile enjoyed. nml well known crop. That's why I believe business the most prominent license fees may disqualify themselves Col. Joe S. Haselden, one of the and professional men should citizens of l'uint I.ick, were shock for the office in the opinion of AtBroken through the Chamber of Com- republican candidates for Senator, which occurred General Charles I. Dawson, to learn of his death, torney at his home Wednesday morning merce. If they expect to get con- won first place on the ticket nt the Falmouth Outlook: The"bld pitch- who wrote J. llallurd Clark, County tinual business, then surely they ran primary, at the olficial drawing nt cr may make many trips to the well, about three o'clock. Attorney of Odham county, fromj For several months he has been n not always reap a h'K crop without Frankfort last week, over his oppon- but it tinally falls and smashes to Frunkfort. n regard to u candidate sufferer of heart trouble ami only preparing the soil. The Chamber of ent Dr. Itobert I.. Davidson, of Stan- pieces. Gov. Morrow hns been runfor sheriff In Oldham who promised those who were near and dear to hin, Commerce Is tilling the soil and I ford. ning his pardon mill pretty regularto give '.15 per cent of his salary to realized his serious condition. want to always help." ly ever since he has been in otlice. the road fund of the county. (1. Mr. Wallace was u consecrated This comes from a business Big The pitcher has slipped from his hand "Of course," said the Attorney member of the New Hope church anil man: "If I drop a stone into n a time or two, but did not fall hard General, "such a promise is made was n citizen liked by nil his ac pond, it makes u ripple that travels enough to be smashed irro pieces. for one purpose nnd thai Is to in- quaintances. He Is survived by his to all parts of thnt pond. The Last Monday wait u big day ut Crab The Governor pardoned Frank Hlair, duce the voters of the county to sup- widow ami of the work of the Chamber fifteen year old son, there a notorious criminal with a bad recport the candidacy of the person Jewell, who have the sympathy of the of Commerce i felt here because Orchard Springs. Attracted by the celebration of the glorious ord, nnd has made a mistake that has promise. In my Judg-mei- il making the community in their sad loss. Mr. every new industry that is induced to Fourth, and to sip such a promise is not only void the healing and caused him humiliation. He has acWallace was the youngest son of the come into this city Increases the de- soothing waters of that famous re- knowledged the corn, but that does ugainst public policy nnd therefore lis family. One sister, Mrs. Funny mand for homes nnd that demand is sort, and lust but not least to see the not pacify an enraged public. It Is cannot bo enforced but if us the reFrancis and one brother, Salem Wal felt here. It protects nnd promotes game of baseball between lincaster difficult to send a man to the penitensult of such promise the person arv lace also survive, lluriaf will take our business through the tiary, and when he is pluced there and Stanford. Induced to volefor the person makplace ut Richmond this afternoon. of men from every part of the city. Crab Orchard Springs Hotel is run- the keys should be thrown away. ing same the candidate it guilty of 7. Another man gives his reason ning over with guests, all of whom Gov, Morrow has two more years td bribery. for becoming a member of the Cham- aro enthusiastic opinion that of the treatment and serve and if lie sustain his pardon "I am further of the ber of Commerce as follows: "I service whicli the present owners aro record through these next twenty-fou- r it could be shown that sufficient numhave joined the Chamber of Com- handing months he can convert the pen Rev. them. ber of persons voted for the candidmerce because it is absolutely necesitentiary into a sleeping porch ate on the strength of the promise to (Associated Press sary to the business community. New York, nominate or elect him in a contest, Dispatch.) Scant cummer W. C. U. style Without it our various interests courts could b compelled to hold his have inspired the Kev. Dr. John would be like a brass band without a On account of the Chautauqua the nomination or election was illegal. Roach Straton, pastor of Calvary leader. The quality of the music a Union will not meet Saturday but We want to thank the relative and "This is true notwithstanding the Baptist church, to pen a "poem," band will produco depend upon its will meet the next Saturday, 16th. friends who were so nice and kind case referred to Is not specifically which leader, so the harmonies and proreads: to us during the sickness and death covered by provisions of the corrupt PURINA Th CHICKEN FEED of our dear mother. May God bless gress of our eiuinesa community will "Mary had a littlo skirt, practices act." depend upon hew we are supporting im Um CHECKER BOARD SACKS them for their kindness. The fattest style, no doubt; the Chamber of Commerce and bow spoils ejiiaUtjr aa4 pewsVscee rstite. Mr. Royston Ray, Cw of Ubm ia barrel jttst reeeiv. But every time she got inside She was mora than half way out." successfully we cast lead our band." Hedsea 4 Paimau. Hdeoe 4 Parma. Jesse P. Lawrence. i. I. A man wide-sprea- except Sunday, through next Monday evening. The superintendent in charge this ear. will l.e Mr. John !'. Kvraets, who together with hi wife arid "on armed Inst night. Mr. Kvraets ha heen with the Company for the past twelve lecturing during the winter mid performing the duties of superintendent during the summer season. In speaking of the l21 program, he tul.l the writer, "you may wy to the peopla of l.ancnstcr nml Garrard eounty, that in my twelve yean and work with the company, 1 hnve never had to superintend a better program than the one that will appear here tint week. The Junior workr thin year will he Mis Nailine Hlalr, graduate of the Copy of Record Columbia School of Expression, nnl with the highest reeommcrida r.MM Aids in tiau. Her entertainments will lie held every rooming, beginning Thurs day. The tent men include two stdcndnl Young, a trusty, drove Atwell yung men, Mr Jnhn II. Carter, a away from the Frankfort reforma Tulanc Universi-tmedical student of tory loit week in a "borrow od motor nml Mr. Merle lEnhri. a student nf enr nml is thought to have oseaped to soctoksgy, Hi the fmversity ef ChiD.iyton, Ohio. A negro boy was tnk Mr. Fle) Snder. known and cago. en in custmly in that city with a as tlie "seven day man" has been with motor car bearing no licence tag, acus for a week and ha made many cording to a message received here He t a wurm and personal fnmi by chief of police, James llratton graduate of Georgetown, and is a Inst Friday, from the nuthertlos of Kentucky Itoy worth while D.i)ton, who stated that the only clue Those wlm dld'nl hear Ada Ward wns a copy of the "Central Itecord" of the last night, missed the treat found under the s.at of the car and season. She is everything that the name of Mr II. V. lias-ticompany had premised of her anJl a ten ring the This information was immedi lecturer of the highest lpe and ately phone to Mr llastin nt Frank standard. She is u unique enter- fort, who in turn railed the chief of crCyoti uii.l blacktainer, using the police nt Dayton, who tdent tiled the board to illustrate her points. enr The negro was held for ilnving The llrahms Trio are hilled for a car without the license number nnd this afternoon and tonight. Charles claimed to have been given the car than lecture, Zueblln's "Wir by n white man who had asked him Solomon" will he the chief feature to ride into Da) ton with him. otf the evening program. Young has not yet been captured. Red-path ,500 146 MENIESS SIIISCMtE Hedpnth Chau Thi' biir tt'fit of 10(1 business men. bankers. About Lancaster is t have a Chamber of tauqua wus erected on tbe ground of tolmecit growers and farmers attend The. is a settled fact be School 1nt Mommy prupar-nlor- y eil a the Hit!" House Commerce meeting nt the Court The minimum quntn for the IIKM program which Tuesday afternoon in the interest of yond ipiestion. been subscribed, one hundred nnd opened yesterday afternoon nnd will the proposed hurley to has fort) six members having pledged rontlnur every uftcrnoon nnl ec-nin- bncro marketing ting. College Campus. BIG CHAUTAUQUA AT PAINT LIC To Be Selected From From July 11th. to 15th. Garrancl For The GIRL'S TEAM ing Plan. YEARLY FOR THREE State Fair test. Con- Attractive Program Has Been Arranged For. Hacked by mnny of the most prominent citizens nnd business men of I'.iint I.ick, boosted and advertised by the entirit community, that thriving little city, is to hnve n chautauqua running five days from July 11 to IS, thnt promises to eclipse anything th.it has yet been undertaken in that end of the county. One of the big features of the five days' progr.'wn will be the presentation of the play "Cappy" Hicks, from the famous stories of Peter H. Kyne, in the Saturday evening Post. "Smi-li- n Hob" Hriggs, entertainer, crayon artist, musician nnd story teller of the program. Thc Kendrec Concert Party, Scotch musical cntertni.isr, is also said to be exceptionally good. In fact, the whole program is well balanced and worth seeing from start to finish. Word from Paint I.ick is that sea-so- n tickets are going like hot cakes, nnd a delightful week of entertain ment is anticipated by nil. GILBERT G. O. P. Brok- er. association. Mr. James C. Stone, Lexington, member of the organization ' com imttee, was introduced nnd told of the possibilities of the organization Mr. Stone wns followed by Joseph Pnonneiiu, organisation manager who told of the succem of the plan HI the statets of Washington, Oregon and California. i'rncUeiilly the entire audience up. proved the plan of the marketing and ns a result of this meeting another will be called for Monday, July i!6th.. when every to bacco grower nnd farmer in Garrard county H expected to he on hand. At this meeting, speakers of promin enre will be here, among them Judge K C O'Rear, of Frankfort Tells Of Central Finding Owner Stolen Car. f.liOO n yenr for three yinr. The next thing to be done is the election of officer', which will be done by n referendum, one of which has already I n sent out to every member, asking that member to signify his choice for President. Vice President, and three directors. This re ferendum is then to be returned to the committee who will tabulate same nnd report such result to the organization committee. The referendum committee is to first choose the three names who have received the largest number of votes for president, nnd the three directors, then- - will then be submitted to the entire membership who hnve been culled to meet at the court house Friday evening, July IS, when an election by ballot will be t, en Pledge. Washington, July Itepresetitn-liv- e Itulpli Gilbert, representing the Eighth Kentucky district in Congress, today took the Itepublican minimis-trillio- n to tnsk for failure to carry uot its platform pledges to render assistance to Armenia. He addressed the House of Representatives on the subject, culling attention to the list of new Armenian horrors, and stating that he had information thnt the Foreign Affnirs Committee of the House has no intention of taking nny action in regnrd to the situation there. Representative Gilbert charged that neither the executive nor the legislative branch of the government under the new administration, has undertaken in any way to assist the Christian people of Armenia. "In spite of the Itepublican professions during the campaign that if their were elected they would come to the assistance of the people of Armenia," he declared, "nil they have done s to refue to authorize a mandate for Armenia, which President Wilson asked permission to accept." can-dida- ti held It i hoped that every member will name his or her choice for these office and tbnt the Entire membership will be at the court house on the lirial v evening of the election. It is a source of great satisfaction, to thiwe who have interested them selves in launching the Chamber of Commerce and we believe the inter est will increase and many more members will be added by tne time the organisation is effected. Or. an- Miss other page of thn issue we print the, list of members and hope before an ' other issue, other firms and inJiv duals will Iw added. A Chamber Of What Commerce Means. Garrnrd county is one of the tin r teen counties selected to send a home demonstration team to enter the con test at the State Fair. The team will represent the Garrard Junior Agri cultural Club. Other counties from which teams have been selected are lloyle, Shelby, Graves, Jefferson, Union, Harrison, Simpson, Harlan, Laurel, .Mercer, Oldham nnd Whitley. Miss Anita Durham, assistant state lender of the junior club work, will assist Miss Joyce Syler In selecting the team that will represent Garrard county. Starting July 1st. community con tests will be held in each of the coun ties, at which community teams will be selected. These teams will train throughout the .summer and just be fore the Stnte Fair will compete in a county contest which will deter mine the team which will enter the Foir contest. The girls will demonstrate poul try culling, canning by steam nnd hot water method, bed making, dyeing, and the making of kimona apron. Thi is said to be the first tune that such a contest has been held for the club girls. TUBERCULOSIS 1 Syler's Work Endorsed by Fiscal Court And County Board Of Education. Cutting Bathing Suit Ball, Morrow Wins Applause. Ky., July 1!, -- The Frankfort, "Governor's Hall" and the "Uathing Suit Hall" at Crab Orchard, neither of which, the Governor telephoned the management, he ever had any intention of attending, has attracted d interest, judging from letters and telegrams received at the Kxt.cutivu i)vvnnmcni "I've received some very undeserv ed criticism about this ball," the Governor said. "I don't think the advertisement said 1 wns going to attend or thnt I hnd been consulted nbout it. but some persons seem to have gained the idea that 1 was in some way connected with it." Two telegrams were received today. One from Mrs. Charles Hughes, Mrs. Uena Shannon, Mrs. Mollie Wat-kin- s, Mrs. J. A. Stucky nnd Mm. Nora II. Taylor, Lexington W. C. T. L, said: "We commend you in your refusal to sponsor thc bathing suit ball en costume." The other was from Fatal To Willie Tribble Friends and relatives in the county were distressed to hear of the death of William Tribble, age 20 years, at Detroit, Mich., last week. He had lived their for several years, before moving from this county. He was a son of Mr. JoKn Tribble of tihs county and leaves many friends who have learned with sorrow of his pass ing. Hcside his father, he is sur vived by two brothers nnd four sis ters. Thc remains were brought to Hichmond lust Thursday, thc inter ment taking place in the cemetery nt that place. Taft Made Chief Justice Former President William Howard was nominated by President Warren G. Harding to be Chief Justice of the United States Supreme Court and his nominations was confirmed by the Senate in executive session. The nomination wns not confirmed without opposition, however, and a roll call wns demanded. On the rollcall, however, only four votes were cast against confirmation. These were by Scnntors W. E. Horah, Hiram W. Johnson and Robert M. republicans, nnd Senator Thomas E. Watson, democrat, Georgia. When told of the appointment, the said: "It has been the ambition of my life to bo chief justice, but now that it is gratified I tremble to think whether I can worthily fill the position and be useful to the country'." Taft Interesting Centers nt Gar-rani- Elliott Mrs. Juan Elliott, age 80 years, died at the home of her son, Dr. W. Candidate Can't Make Promises. Wallace. Haselden Draws First Place. The Pitcher. Day At Crab Orchard. Scant Skirts Inspire Straton to Verse. T. Elliott, Inst Wednesday night, afIllness covering several years. About two years ago, Mrs. Elliott sustained n full which resulted In severe Injuries, it together with her age, was the primary cause of her death, being practically coffined to her bed since the accident. Deceased was the widow of the late Milton Elliott, who passed into the Great Heyond nbout 17 years ago. She was devout In her religious duties, thoroughly consecrated to her work, and up to the time of her accident, always attended the Christian church, of which she had been a member since early childhood. Mrs. Elliott i survived by five sons, Dr. W. M. Elliott, of this city, J. Nathan Elliott and J. G. Elliott, of Lexington, Milton Elliott, of Frank-fo- rt and Prof. 11. II. Elliott, of Louisville: also by Mrs. R. D. Steele, Los Angeles, Mrs. Florence Hcrr, Denver, Mrs. Chaa. R. West. Cleburne, Texas and Miss Cecil El liott, of Greensvile, S. C. Funeral services were conducted at the home of Dr. W. M. Elliott last Friday morning by Rev. E. U. Hour- land, assisted by Rev. H. S. Hudson, interment following in the Lexington cemetery. ' M. ter an Card Of T Protracted Meetiitf Rev. Frank Tinder will beain a protracted meeting at Bethel church next Monday night, July 11th., and will continue so long as the interest lasts and Ma time will oermit. All art- cordially invited to attend these services. - Tht Central Record, Lancaster, Do you Ky., Thursday, July 7, 92 1 1 know why it'i m toasted? in To teal dclicioui Burlcy flavor. It's toasted. IIstrikeJ ciaAnrrix Farm And Home News From Over Kentucky Four Lee county farmer cooper-ntin- g with County Agent T. H. Jones nnd the Extension Division of the College of Agriculture will conduct demonstration with grasses and clover during the rummer, according to n report of County Agent Jones. Those who will cooperate arc T. T. Clayton Congleton, Brandenburg, Zach MaGuire and James Masney. Farmers of Fulton county cooper ntlng with County Agent O. L. Cun ningham and Assistant County Agent J. 1. Klckctts have started a better r itock campaign. They are also making plans to organlie a livestock shipping association. D. K. Stimson, a Henderson coun ty farmer who Is cooperating with County Agent D. W. Martin, will con duct a wheat variety demonstration this fall, according to n report of Mr. Martin. He will plant CO bushels of Ashland wheat, the new pedigreed strain developed by the Kentucky Experiment Station. Agricultural Two other farmers in the same coun ty will conduct similar demonstrations. (Jraves county farmers have used more fertilizers ami land builders such as cow pens, soy beans and red anil sweet clover this year than in any previous one, according to a re port of Assistant County Agent A. Humphries. Cash prices and pigs amounting to $300 will be awarded to Fayette county pig club winners nt the Blue Crass Fair this fall, according to n report of County Agent W. It. (lab bort. Mrs. Dora Campbell, Henderson county, is planning to cooperate with County Acgnt D. W. Martin, in con ducting n lime anil phosphate demon stration with sweet clover on her farm during the coming fall. The farm includes fiOO acres which have depleted of their fertility and as a result the demonstration is expected to show some important points in connection with soil buildng. sires-bette- BBMMEtnMkBnW l at tost Is a weary one M Hut with backache and other distressing kidney Ills life Indeed Had His Teeth Cut After All Br HAROLD SINCLAIRE Want to Fed Just Right? m JUST Woman's lot Take an M Tonight ns m TU tssl kss. becomes a burden. Poan's Kidney ilk, llll. w.mmb N.as..r I'ai.ai nils have made life brighter far many Lancaster women, Ask your John Marsb was going to the city, relghbor! Head what Mrs. Hester snd his friruda at the vllUge gclierul ( the fart. Cains, Compton St, Lancaster, says: store were itprlsed "t harp had attacks of kidney trou- They were qimlnt, old fashioned felble that caused my back to ache so I lows. In the main, and tliry shook thrlr rnuld hardly get around to do my bends dubiously when John told alrllj housework. There waa a dull, nag-gi- of bis determination "to sre the ache across the small of my splits." He laughed at their serious warnings. bark thnt throbbed and pained dread-fullnt times. Mornlnr t was en "Oh, I've gut my eje teeth cut!" lame In my bark and hips 1 could hou'led John. hardly stoop over to put my shoes "Vou didn't last time, when on, My kidneys were Irregular and you txiiulit thatbae 'gold' vvutcli fur flit) freely and otherwise both- dollars," submitted old Abel I'.rlmen. artrd too ered mo, I got Doan'si Kidney I'llls "I'lut whs the usual entrance fee, at Mellobert's Drug Store and a see," explained Julin, but coloring short use cured me of the attack I Jim "They won't entili me the second time haven't been troubled with b.icknche You all got wild when I bought that since" stork In the llolconila gold mine for 0e. at all dealers. Foster Mllbura a dollar u share. Now- - It's two, and Co., Mfrs., Huffalo. N, T n y TIT IT AM Stt Uw eastk kattsr UsWif. Hnst, tU'l KS, lol el "linfurlllrt Mt Is its ts aswalsa. fM-- r-t that your mrrwotlieil dlgrstlte and llmlnstitt orgsns rin'l grt ll.l i t. I lib, oll, salt., raloinel snj oi.tinsijr laxatives, csihsttln and purges onljr forre the lumrli snd priHl the llirr, Nmlurw't HtmtfyiSH l'sblrii) sen on the ilmiurh, birr, Ismrli and rtrn lldnrjt, not forcing, hot tonl Irstill it ing snd lirngthriiing thnc orgsnt, prompt irhcf andtrsl, titling Ifnthl. Make the Irst Nstutr t Krmrdynlll Sit piompllv, Ihntmighlr, to inlldlv, to grnllr, Hut ) on will Ihlnk natute lirr rll hat rome to the Incur and it doing ths wink. AJ st.l I l.li.ll - TROUHIJi your system is it kiit f It tttift!f s,fXlaio4. til pits, b l ri-'ftk- i, i . d I I ttajflsstftlV ft I 1st I tit Jsl Itt ltl fmm f Mlfll U Rw4 1M)I ffftf 4ir f VJn 1 A'Av2a W rrwv s tt4si I as Ji 9 r Culling Rids Flock Of Birds That Loaf. That the average poultry llock on Kentucky farms contains n number of loafer hens which may bo distinguished from the laying hen during July and August and profitably removed from the (lock is shown by results obtained with n llock of -- S Khodc Island Ited hens owned by Henry Hang, JetTcrsontowti, Jefferson county. Mr. Haag's llock was called by specialists from the poultry department of the College of Agriculture last fall and 1.1 hens removed because they showed the typical indications of the loafing hen. During the week before the llock was called the i!S hens had laid ."14 eggs. Mr. Ilaag kpt records on the l.t culls and the 15 remaining hens for one week after the culling had been done anil found that the IS hens laid III eggs while the culls produced no eggs. The loafer were sold at the end of that time. Poultry specialist. from the col lege state that these results are typical of those which may be found on many Kentucky farms during July nnd August when approximately one- third of the hens molt nnd stop laying until the following spring. Plan for a series of poultry culling demonstrations which are to be held in approximately 100 Kentucky counties and which are des.gned to show farmers how to tell the loafer from the heavy laying hen are rapid ly being completed, according to J. H. Martin in charge of the college poultry work. These demonstra-tion- s will be held In cooperation with, county farm agents who will arrange meetings to cover two days in their Individual countic-t- . During this! time specialists from the college will, meet with the farmers and by using the llock on the farm where the meet ing Is being held will point out the poultry and their wives the outstand ing difference, between the culls and layers. In this way it l.t hoped that farmers will be able to return to their farms and elimatc the loafers from their own (locks. paving n big dividend. Ilesldes, I. HO will be Willi inr." John .Miirli wits very proud of l be might be. Ills only child, slie was his Idol. Also thut of every tn.ir rlageahlo young msii In the town, rs clully Vincent Purrow but of that Lucy-Wel- 'la Masflar, smax 'V ImM sSSsYaT Sjp4 PVCUfTtAstsBtJ ly sytkai It E. McROBERTS, Lancaster, Kentucky. s IFOR PLUMB- ING 9 rra ri"n: Shop Phone 69. SEE MCCARTHY The I'l.UMUEK Gatteriaf. Etc. Lexington St Lancaster, Ky. It is hardly surprising that wives ana for fire yean, returning to France, go through their husbands' trousers where he died. pockets at night. They have none of their own. Forecast: Cold and Cloudy. With gasoline down two cents In The host was showing Ills author friend the room In which the lutter price, the wary motorist gazes around was to sleep during liU visit. Indi- to see which of the other necessities cating the books in the room, lie apol- are going up. ogized. "l'ta afraid you'll tlml them a pretty depressing colli itlon," be aid. "I always Famous Frtnch Soldltr. Antolne cle la Mothe Cadillac was ft famous French military officer and explorer and the founder of Detroit. He was born about the year 1COO and tiled la 1730. Ills tandlnz on the site of the present city of Detroit wae made July 2i, 1701. After founding the settlement, he remained there until 1711. Ho was later governor of Louisi- Our idea of n successful politician one who is able to fool us into voting for him a second time. I The appetite of some hungry men are never satisfied. They always wonder what they will get at the next meal. had taught school fur two for her father was by no means a wealthy mull, In fart, outside of snniH two thousand dollars. Invested safely, as be stipHi'ed, lie had onlj tbe null farm where be llvrd, at the edge of tbe village. He hud high hopes of I.liry, however Tor a year she bad been nttrtnb Ing a city art whid. He wns going after her now. to bring her home for One more year, she had mention. told him, unil she would be sble to prodine something that the people would puy for. John hud u very lieut Idea In mind, he fancied, as he reached the city early the next tnonillig. lie had a (Kirt of the dividends from his milling stork Investment In his pocket nnd tie planned to make l.ury n hnlid some present. To make It n surprise Ulid pleasure for her. lie determined to ret her something In the art line. "II. ill high art,' he eiplallied to a mull he Ills- - Jll- -t oiliMile of all lllirtlon store to which lie hud been directed "You'll tlml It here." declared his clmlire HOllliiintali' e. alliabte pirtures were Some really being offeretl for sale, but only a few III Wirluus They hud been packnges, seireil nnd w ere nw offered for sale. John's comtiuoii must baie hint to tbe ntirtloiirer ronvejed for when the latter put up a gaudily framed daub, designating It "a rare Mrsslonler," the man nudged him John got the picture fur olio hundred .She later. ear. -- - Warael letland Postman. In Irelund the postman carries his With the srrlng the rhyme wave ti mall In boxes slung nrross the bccls almost ss bad ss the crime wave. of ponies and nnnounces Ida arrival Washington I'ost. b) blowing a born. Prevent a Black Eva. Amtndlng a Famots Praysr. When a rhlld ha. hud u fall or raIn lid, would have amend re I veil a blow- which Is likely to cause a black eje, the brst rcrnnljr Is to butel his fatuous Suudnl inerulng prajri ler the parts fur two or three Inches for "these on led. of sickness anC around the eje every few minutes for Chnlt-- s of wellness" to read "III can an hour. lloaloo Transcript. of wellness' - Champion B4rd Swatlower. The rasaewsry has n reputation as a champion swatloner Owing to Its habit of swallowing stones and other hard sutistanres to assist Its digestion, told sotnit wonderful stories have of Its ixiurra of gluttony (laildrns statue. Lincoln Statue In London. The statue of Abraham Lincoln pre by the American to the llrltish (irople was unveiled July 2S. ttOI. In the Canning tuclosure, Wrstmlnter, lindon. It Is a replica nf the Saint dollars. He kept the picture wrapped all the way home, l.ury by his side. It was fortunate that he wn. not looking at l.ury Inter, when be proudly exhibited his purrhase. "Yes. father," she said. In a subdued anil dlsa(Hlntel tone. ""It Is quits'- - THE UNIVERSAL CAR) Tlie simplicity cf the Fonl car, in statiility in construction, the famous, heat trc.ua! Vanadium .steel with its marvelous strength and flexibility, the low cost of operation anJ maintenance, its case in operation, all have made the I'ord car the great favorite in every land in the world. It's the one car that always tatisfics and serves. A utility lcyond question that all can a (Fonl. W'c will lc pleased to have our order. Don't delay treatise the demand is heavy all the time. We luve almust everything in motor car accessories, sell the genuine Kurd and assure the best in mechanical repair work. r I I ft I 1 here." Hie author run Ids One volume the shelves. strangely fumlllnr. He took and bunded It to tils host, tue two years to write tliut said. dump my rubbish eye over seemed It down "It took one," tie MlllsW121 STORMES DRUG STORE VICTIMS RESCUED Kidn-- y, SUMMER HARDWARE IN GREAT VARIETY troubles liver, bladder and uric acid Heed the first warning they cive that they need attention by taking of their insidious attack. tc incst danucroui quite nttrucihe, andthe frame Is ery bright and new." She did nut tell her father that he had been swindled. A Week later he bad something else to think of. The (lotrondn. after palng unearned ill I (lends, blew up. anil houct John's mli Mirplus was consumed, l.ury painted etenlngs, und on her father's birthday presented him with her first llnlshed ramus. "Why, say." observed the old man, "what's the mntler with ripping thnt old daub out of place for I know now t bit l It Is one and using the frame which Is pretty fnlr for mi minimi fnime, after ullj" This won ugreed to. Her lover ty her side und her father regarding them Indulgently, l.ury began to refrom Its frame mote the old burking. To her surprise, us It came fn-e- , there showed under It h second ra n as. "Why, l.ury " began her puizled lover. "Oh, Vincent!" Interrupted l.ucy. In u delighted gu- - It's II real I'orot!' "What's thatV said her father. "A gem -- almost priceless." declared l.ury, who knew art when she saw It ".See- - signature and all," It ull proved true. In some wuy, un doubted))', one of the pictures cun rented by the foreign hlper to evade paying duty, had got mixed with the ordinary stink of the auctioneer, John Marsh hud to take onotlier trip to the city the next day. He accompanied l.ucy, carrjlng the precious Corot In a grasp thnt he was dethieving miscreant no termined should break. An urt connoisseur paid Of teen hundred dollars for the treasure, l.ucy was able to resume her art studies. her engagement with Vincent was shortened, and John Marsh was able ta gloatingly declare thnt he "hud his eye teeth cut," lifter all I I laseldcn Bros Garage. not interesteil in nny enr except Ford SLZLr:- - - ?7s J 9iatojiBaaaaaMBSSSSSSlr - -- -" - I ii luly GOLD MEDAL The world's standard remedy tor ths Cisord.rs. will often ward of! lb. and strengthen the body against luiih.r attacks. ThtM aiirs, all druggists. Uah la tk. Mat CUM MUI mm ataf Ua 4 for Failures. short road to success would make good epitaphs for the vast multitudes of failures. Accounting Trying to tlml n m i You can find inythlnrt you need In hardware at this store. You can depend upon the quality of anything you buy at this store. You can get a close price on any article In tlha store. Profitable experience teaches our friends that it pays them to keep In touch with us. Tools for the farm. Tools for all trades. Cutlery for every home. Granite and other ware for the kitchen. w laiMiUsa 15-2- 5 Best Time To Second-Cro- p Plant Most Spuds. potatoes In Kentucky are planted July 15 to July '., according to A. J. Olney, of the horticultural department of the College of Agriculture who states hit this period has been found to be the best one for planting. The second crop qf Itural and Hull Moose varie ties are planted about July 15 while such varieties as the Irish Cobbler, Karly Ohio and Triumph are planted as late as August 1st. Indications arc that an application of from 400 to COO pounds of acid phosphate an acre outside of the lllucgrass area is profitable. If ani mal manures aro applied directly for the potatoc crop they should be plowed down in the fall. Fresh manures should not be applied just before planting as they arc apt to cause a too rapid drying of the soil and encourage scab development. second-crop One Ores! Escrptlon. a "People hsve no reference to moo Wt Should Worry. ey," remarked the man on the car, There Hro six footmen In attendance "when they aay they don't want tea much of a good thlni." Toledo Iliads at the mulii entrance to llucklnghura palace throughout the day uutll 7 o'clock, when the number la reduced An Old Dominion Phlloaepher. Tbu road downward to the hot place to four. baa alwajs Ikwii crowded. The road ome Solidity to Msrcury. epward to the laud of "milk and A hot little planet. Mercury. About buney" has plenty of elbow room fef thrvo times the site of our innuii. It all of the people who Is a more solid body have decided to go that way. lilcb-ttou-d weighing as much as athan tbe earth, sphere of lead rianet. of equal bulk. Old Stuff) The great bell of Moscow, the largest bell In the world, has never been rung, It crurked In the rastlng nnd now- stands on a pedestal In tbe Kremlin. - I Becker & Mallard BRYANTSVILLI, KENTUCKY. Portable EUvator a Spaes Savtr. The portable elevator has come Into .la own of lute, eoclully since the scarcity of buildings coiiikIIsi manufacturers uhd others to utilise their space to the utmost, I'ortsbleclevutora are now being employed for no end of , such as piling barrels, cuts, purHM-sbugs, bales, uiadilne parts and crates. ny goods, bags Included, may be piled up to the celling strsl(ht up from the aisle, "stepping" tbe packages or bags along the and wasting half tbs aisles hss bees lltolttsted through the use of tbe portabls elevator. Tims the storage spare has been lurreused vvluV ajt a sing la iluBge lu tour tliara. W. O. RIGNKY W. 11. MCKKRSON w.s;o. RIONEV Office & CO. FuMral Directors and Embalmirs Phone IB. sc) Reiidence Phone 33. Lancaster, Kentucky. Th Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, M. S. July 7. 1921 146 MEMBERS SUBSCRIBE TO CH1HBER Tfca Carrara1 IATFIELD DINTIST Of i aeer Office I. haae LANCASTER, Of Rtaa 37. KENTUCKY. S( ItlllKILS Beak, NATIONAL BANK, A. R. Denny, S. C. Denny. NKVIU8, JAMKS C. PATTERSON, G. M. PERKINS. I'OOL. PEYTON, L J. POYNTKR A Is July To Be Hot? Are we in for a scorching summer? Some of June's sample hut day. make It appear so. Hut Inst winter win mild. And n mild winter usually is followed by a cool summer, for nature ha a w.y of evening up the yearly temperature. Sometimes she skip a year or two, but in the lung run cool summers follow mild winter ami hot summers follow cold winter. In the last 10 year., the country'. yearly temperature has averaged 4'J Taking It by decades, It degree. lm never varied a much a two de1 Auction' Sale or RESIDENCE ON 2 COMMERCE. SON, Jn. I'oynler. Maon Poyntcr. PltATHKIt. CLARA. J.J.Byrne ExclNtivi. AI.I'IIAHKTICAI. UST OK SUH K A INKY, I.. H. Tt) TIIK 'THAMIIKK HAY. JESSE. ACO., FOIt I.ANCAS KIGNKY OP t'OM.MKKCK" - MAPLE AVENUE TKIt AND OfttMitriit DANVILLI, --J KENTUCKY. Ofllca Hoar, Jl'I.Y COUNTY CAKKAKD 1UJI. COIirOHATION FIK.MS AND INDIVIDUALS. 1, W O. ItiKliey. W. II. Dfckerwn. ROMANS, W. J. ROSS, DAVID. ROSS, EDD. Oppawit S to 12 aad I to 8 Gilchar Hetal. p.m J. A. Beazlev FUNERAL DIRECTOR Office Ovrr National Hank. JKesldcnew I'lionr 3. Olfirr I'hone 27 I.ANTASTKK.'KY. Dr. Printut Walker VCTCRINARIAN. SANDERS, J W. AM ON, Hit. J. A. SANDERS. A. T. ANDKKSON HUOS., S II Anderson, II. V. Anderson SANDERS. N. II. SANDERS. CHARLEY. AUSTIN, ANN IK M. SANFORD. ! J. W, H. HAM.. SANFORD, CURTIS. IIAIIN.KIN, CIIAUI.KS. SANFORD. RUSSELL IIAIl.KV, II. C. SKAI.K. J. K. IIAIl.KV. II. I.. SCOTT A T A SON, 1IASTIN IlltOS.. A. T Scott, Harold Scott. V. It. Ilatm, II. V. Hatin. SCHOOLER. It. C. Itl.AND, IIO.MKIL SIMPSON, J. W. HOYD. I'AUI. II, E. V. SI'OONAMORE. HltATTON, J. A. SPRATT. HKADI.KY. IlltOWN. It. S. S. S. S, I. I'M II Kit CO., IlltOWN. K. I'ltKSCOTT. D. C Sanders, S. II. Sander?, A. F. IlltOWN. OKOItCK A. Sander. HltOWNINC. I'ltANK IlltH'KKY, V, F. STAPP, IRVINE. STAPP. HURTON. STOIt.MES. JOHN SYI.ER. JOYCE. K. Saturday, July 9th, 1921 gree 1 from that average. The coldest July on record wa in HI the famou year when snow-fel- l in the northern states every month. The hotteU Julys were in 1370 and AT 2:30 O'CLOCK We will sell to the highest bidder the residence property of Mrs. Eliza Hill, deceased. Located on the best residence street in Lancaster, Ky. 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. could desire. Call, Aaiwarad Promptly Day at IIKOADDUS, HASH, I'hnna 317 HltOADDt'S, KI.OIN Nifht HltOADDl'S, CUONI.KY KENTUCKY LANCASTER. HI'ltTON. W II. t AltltlF.lt. W. S. Hew 'Home, Bwni Mem Writtan MtltlKlt. CLASS II. f i nnltior John llonard l'n)iie Home," wn tit Amr t AltSON. W A . Jr. "Hem. Iran minstrel who waudrrrd all orr CAKI'KNTKK, O. It. tb tarth, practlcalljr Alter llio drat a CKNTKAI. ItFCOItD. Cf his pirtnta, wlili lie mh twelve J V. Itol.inv.n. It. L. Klkin. years ti. tia never had a real home, flTILNS NATIONAL HANK, and at tti time of rttle 'lie tnng ha J J U'ltlkiT, L. (. Davidson. wa stranded In 1'irlk, n foreign land, COTTON. SAM awa h held from all the friend A IIF.ItltON. dear. II wrote the tiie u a dreary COX Wither Cox, Stanley llcrron. da In Octotx, l.V SUTTON, II. C'. SWINKIIROAD. G. II. wi . riel CONN Ss CONN. Frank Conn, Virirtl Conn. CONN IlliOS , For Up-To-D- Plumbing, Heating, Guttering, Roofing, J II Conn, John A. Conn. CltlSCII.MS. ADDIK WILLIAMS, P. 11. CCItTIS. CAUL It. WILLIAMS. J. C. ( l ltltFY A Ot'LLKY, WILMOT, SARA. Theodore Currey, I. C. (iulley. WILMOT. WOOD. TKATKIt, A. D. THOMAS. D. A. THOMPSON. C. M. THOMPSON A ELLIOTT, likewise. t Marie Thompson, Paul P. Elliott. It wa curiosity about the weather TOMI.INSON. II. D. that made Galileo invent the therVANHOOK. L J. mometer in 1583. He knew it was WALKER, A. K. hot that summer but wanted to WALKER, W. K. probably so he how much WALKER, Dlt. PRINTUS. could boast to his grandchildren that WALTER. ETHYL. he'd "passed through worse weather WEST. RETT IE. than this." WESTOVEIt. EVA. Galileo's curiosity about the weathWHITTAKEIt. JOHN L. er wa shareil by his pupil. Torricel-li- , WILKEItSON. It. II. who invented the barometer, in know-exactl- The coMe.it January was in 1H.,7 and the coldet March was in IHHS. The three wnrmest decades were thoe ended in 1800, 1H10 and 1920. The coldest deCHde followed the second hottest. These figure, from the Weather Hureau, lend support to the old men in Lexington, who claim that "we don't have the winters we used to." right, but the Maybe they're Weather Hureau says thit there never is any permanent change in average yearly temperature. You scowl at the thermometer anil wonder whether it's going to get hot or cold. Probably the cave man wondered 17. Repairing, and all kinds of Tin Work SEE OR I'HONK lf,i:i. Simitar curiosity 10 year tlaer Think This Ovar. "De mun tint Insist on havln' till caued the Grand Duke of Tuscany to found the first weather bureau. own way," said Uncle Kben, "now DltY WOOD. HEN. A DAN VI I. I.K UXUNDUY He distributed weather vanes, ther- times winds up by bavin' dat an' notav CLUANINC. CO., WOOD, JOHN W. mometers nnd barometer to monks In' else." (iull.-y- , I. C Then. Curr.y, I'aul WOODS. J. It., JR. all over Italy, and told them to send Morrow. Z A NONE, W, M. their observations to hint by courier OLD LEAKY ROOFS Av DAVIDSON A MM. I.K!!. Z A NONE. DEAN. A so he could determine whether weath- Can tMTdiiul rafcl.Wk pro.it with I. O Davi.lnon. W. F. Miller. er I as fickle in one town a another. DACOIIKItTY, KDWAItD. ROOF COATING W At times we all curse the weather If we were jriven our choice beDUKKItSON. J. K. A SON, Maaslartur.n tiirw to CMliMr, J V.. Dickeron, W. II. Dickerson tween the golden vkk and the k'ooe and the climate, yet mother nature that laid it w'd grab both and jcoot has in her storehouse on earth every MTCMATIONAL. CMTWCS CO. DICKF.ItSON. W. A. sort of climate and weather you aWS. St. Kr. Dl'SLAI' A .McCAHTY. Hallie Dunlnp. J. M. McCarty. The mildest town is Cherrapongee, Its rainfall averages 458 India. inches a year and one time this rose to i'05 inches. The coldest place in the world is the village of Verkhoyansk!, in far Northern Siberia. That town never has any summer and sometimes the thermometer registers 80 degrees below zero. Ont of Tlm'a 3 ad Chang, saya Tmiklns times ban changed. A man who wouldn't nam a ilj used to be considered kind-hea- r ed. Now he's regarded aa untidy. Wormy Houaa lanta. Try putting a teaspoonful of camphor into u iiinrt of soft water to kill the worms In your boas plant. Ap ply this only when the plant dry. 1 SUPERLASTIC P, B, Hi DYKIIOUSK. A. D. KDWAItDS, Dlt. J. K. KLMOItK, J K. V. M. Dlt KLI-IOT- Investigate Animal Diseases. at' S S Tne phrase, "son of u gun," I tomm Usms explaiaed as "Son of the Win, pot or Flagon." Then I a worJ "goon" which la a dialectal varlaty of "fawn" gallon. Another view la that the expression was originally applied to beyo born on hoard ship. One admiral said that he bud baea cradled under the breuM of a sun-carlic. It occurs In this rensa la Smytn'a "Sailor's (1907). It la usually used In u deprecatory, sense. Word-Hook- "an of a Gun." F.l.LIOTT, I'AUL F.NCI.K. C. K. - 1'. Lancaster, Ky. Quick Service anil t!ood Work FltANCIS A- SMITH. Itflln A. Fmnci. FltlSHIK. F V. CADHKItltY. K. I CAINKS. K. Lee Smith C (i.MtUAltD HANK & TltUST CO.. For fitni, One teatrxwinful of household im It. K. Mcltoberu. J. W. Klmoro. roonln In on fnllon if water Is nn ex. CAItKAItl) Mll.I.INC CO.. evllcnt combination fur watering jour W. F. Champ, Henry Moore. I'm- - this not mora fern occasionally. OAltltAK!) TOHACCO WAItK than once a month. It will male ferns IIOUSK CO., trow. J. W Sweeney, John M. Farra. CILHKItT, Dlt. J. S. Lin th Llnol.um. When purchasing linoleum for tha CILL. J. U floor It l a food Idea to order a lin ClUNCIIItH.IANI. JOK. ing of Mt. This precaution will COODI.OK A WALK Kit IlltOS., probably prolong the tie of tba llrv W, O, Ooodloe, W. D. Walker, kouni) and It also deaden lrum. J. J. Walker. Jr. makes Hi floor warmer In winter. It praTnta th linoleum from eipandlng citinos, It. L. or contrartlnc and It glveo a anfter fiULLKV, J. D. tread, all advantages worth consider HAMILTON. JAMKS I. HAMILTON, N. C. Inc. HASKLDKN, J. S. HASKLDKN HltOS., J It. Hatelden, S. O. HaicUcn. HATFIKLD. DK. M. S. .More than 4.10 laboratory anil field examinations a. to the nature and prevalence of domestic animal di case in Kentucky were made during the year ending June 30, IHJl by the veterinary tlepartmcnt oi the Kentucky Agricultural Experiment Sta tion, according to the thirty-thirannual report of that institution. d Public Sale OF REAL AND PERSONAL PROPERTY Glassware Used By The Cream Stations Found Incorrect. During the year ending June 30, the creamery license section of the Kentucky Agricultural Experiment Station inspected 13,168 pieces of glassware u.ed by various cream station, of the State in testing milk and butterfat brought in by farmers and found -- 35 pieces of the equipment incorrect, according to the thirty-thirannual report of the station. 19-- 1, On the Premises at Nina, Garrard County, Ky. The umlcreiKiied as assignee of J. . Whitctod will sell the real estate ussigned by him, at Public Outcry on the above date, condUtiii"; of the store house, dwelling and mill, containing 2 acres 12-- 1 poles more or less, at Spoonville, Ky., on the Snoonville Turnpike, and adjoining the land of Wm. Watson and others. Also n tract of land containing 1)2.55 ncres, on the Spoonville pike, nenr the store house property described above, being the same land conveyed to J. E. Whiteted by George R. Adkinson and others, by Commissioner, and adjoining the hinds of Clarence Pendleton nnd others. All of said property being in Garrard County, Kentucky, about 8 miles from Lancaster. The store house property described herein is known as one of the best country mer cantile stands in U arrant county ami tins a spienaia dwelling nouse nenr tne store room, an ideal place to sell goods at a country store. School house and churches close by, on a good road and has a large territory from which to draw mercantile trade. The farm of 32.55 acres is improved with a new dwelling house nnd this is an opportunity to secure a good home. TERMS. Saturday, J uly 9 2 O'CLOCK P. M. OF J. E. WHITETED d The Dreamy Fisherman There' line IIKItltON. U HICKS, K. something about a rod an J. T. HILTON. J. A. HOLTCLAW, J. F. IIOI'I'Klt. WILL S. HUDSON & FAKNAU, An' the gentle swish o' the willow trees. That acta this wanderin' brain o' mine To drowsy dreamin' of mysteries. WflWN4aAiBMil' CONN ad NY. A. Farnau. IIUUHKS. F. S. Out on the bank of the river, I HUCHIKS & WAItK. Can see what never I've tn beKild HitKhet, Albert Ware. fore, Ships an' their cargoes pauin by JOSKI'll'S. A. D. Joeph. KKLI.KY II. L. A SONS, Jewels nn' silks from a distant II. L. Kelley, W. It. Kelloy. shore. Joe Kelley, Walter Kelley. KINNAIltD, Dlt. V. Out of the dust of the centuries King an' pirates nr.' princes rise, KINNAIltD IlltOS., John 0. Kinnaird, Itohert Kinnalrd An' the bugles cnll to the summer LANCASTKIl MILLING CO., breeze, Charlea An' the wide world travels before CeiirKi' O. Spoonamori, my eyes. Zanotie. LON(5, W. I. I've talked with sages an' walked I.UTZ. SALI.1K. MAKKSHUKY, F. U. with men Who lived an' died in the long ago, MASON, SUK SIIKLBY. They've sprawled on the bank with MII.I.KIt, WILLIAM F. me, too, right then MII.I.KIt, M. K. MOULKY, HUGH. An' chummed with me like the folk I know. MONTGOMKItY. JOHN J. MORGAN. C. I. A lonely fisherman I Oh not I. MULL1N8, FLORENCE. There' never a minute that rm MURPHY. HOMEK. llanki IluiUon, (. 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 as he desires. PERSONAL PROPERTY. The remainder of the stock of goods will be sold at the same time. This consists of a stock of goods of about $3500.00 orginal cost price, and in good condition. Terms made to suit the purchaser. Look this property over and you will be pleased with it. Come to th sale and buy a good mercantile stand or a good home. CONN McCarthy, mcroberts drug store. R. E. McRoUrU. c d. John M. McWHORTER, EMORY. alone, For far off there in a patch of tky I can ace all things that the world haa known. Copyright 1921 by Edgar A. Guaat GARRARD BANK & TRUST CO.. ASSIGNEE. J. E. RobiuoB, Att'y. J. E. WHITETED. J. W. ELMORE, Cashier The Central Record. Lancaster, Ky., Thursday July 7. 92 1 1 sure continued supply, and sell been so much of blowing and the finished product at the bunk there hns been no room highest price that will insure left for action. NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY a continued demand. Coal barons know this. They Hut something evidently is have profited for it in the past, wrong when the producer loses and they expect to do so in the or at least does not make mon- future. The public has been milked ey, when the public demand is greater and when the manu- so often and so successfully the facturer makes profits uupara-lolle- d barons cannot conceive of the possibility of a kick that would in history. upset the bucket. What is wrong then, and A United States senator has' what is the remedy? be- given public and timely warn-- . The chief offender, we lieve, is the present system of ing of the scheme. It is up to some one to thwart' marketing tobacco. The rem it- Have you bought one of our STERedy is the system of We have an attorney gener without charge by trading with us Marketing of Tobacco LING OIL COOK STOVES with the al ot the united Mates. which is being ptit before tiie We have district attorneys, Kentucky growers at this time. short chimneys? If not, why not? Tell your friends about this exceptional all over the United States. Under the present system, offer. We have a law that deals There is none better, dozens of satisfied all the Kentucky tobacco crop wholesale is dumped on the market usu with highway and SAVE OUK CARDS, THEY ARE VALUABLE. users in town and country. ally in a period of less than robbery, whether it be at the three months. Since the mon point of a gun or the pulling of ey needed to move the tobac secret wires by unlawful comco crop from the producer to binations of plutocrats. the factory runs into hundreds some one doesn't turn the key Why should we be robbet of millions of dollars, it is evi again next winter? dent that such sudden de "Live and Let Live Folks." mauds cannot readily be met High Cost Of Talking. r4 m Mi r as s Ka Kb Kb in by even the largest companies Antique Furniture. 11 Congresswoman Alice Bob isanKs are slow to lend monev buy nn.l sell OLD rVKNMTl'KK excepting on the best security. ertson has appealed to con S. Rubber nnil antique of every dewnption. If you care to buy, or If you fare to The yCentral Record paid to the farmer is offered as The manufacturers must pay gross to "stop talking and save & I have jutt received n new soli, write or phone K one of the two principal reas n'gh interest rates to-- g't the money." J. K. Elmore, Waabls-Istntd 11.80 Yar. Ijincaitrr, Ky. Bight a dead center shot. & supply of tf ons for the enormous profits use ot such enormous sums for Payable ia Advaaca. Grade of Guar There must be a great stir Si made by the manufacturers. this period. Doubtlessly it is When an nM J. E. ROBINSON, Editor. 5' young Ctrl the man make love to a anteed Rubber In 1920, Kentucky produced n part to absorb this high rate plus of wind in congress when m between consider a R. L .ELKIN, Local Editor and Mgr. and will rubber jour buggy IC7,"iOO,000 them both crai pounds of tobac of interest that the price of to a woman deems it expedient to for lll.oo Entered nt the Post Office in Lan- co. According to Wall Street bacco leaf is cut whenever the appeal to the men to talk less & Give me trul and satisfy 3 Mail caster, Ky., at Second-ClaI'hone I" at the expense of their country a yourself figures, the average price for manufacturers think it possible Matter. men. n the 1920 crop was 21.2 cents to do so. H. VANHUSS The congresswoman esti 1 less than the price of the 1919 This dumping process, which Fotivn Adtfii.tnt R.pff..ntti.t I. :ir.cnter,Ky THE AMERICAN PRESS A?.OCIATION crop. price is highly expensive bofh to mates that one week of con This reduced meant increased profits of grower and to buyer, would be gressional talking costs the Taranilttlstal'Ssl&lirralCal Lucaster, Ky., Jaly 7. 1921 more than $107,000,000 to the tvoideit it tno proposed co- - country nearly ton thousand The mental superiority of some manufacturers. A certain part perative marketing association dollars in printing bills, and people ..n'j rrves t empha.i-- e hvr For Political Announcaaaaata. Ratai that only covers a part of the pliic.il inferiority. Where, within $400 of of this decline is held by some is adopted m the burley-pro- Kor Precinct and City Offices. $6.00 expense. the new Hupmobile price, persons to be due to the 1920 ucing territory. The soiling 10.00 For County Offices Attention Hunters And yet there are two sides would you match the For State and District Offices.. 15.00 crop being of inferior quality. season would extend over a Positively no fox hunting or hunt-.10 Expert tobacco men at Lexing- greater part of the year. The to oven this question. Calls, per line . For sound, known vnlue of the or trepaing .. .10 ton and the IJluegrass say, manufacturers could buy and If our distinguished con- - of nny character violator will on Hupmobile? If you pay For Cards, per line be, For all publications in the intergrosswomen wen; not talking our farms. Any more, would the value be however, that the 1920 crop pay for the tobacco gradually, prosecuted. est of individuals or expresus poor in Washington they equally greater? At a Embry. W. A. Trice, T. J smok- is their financial condition!! W. S. was a very useful one for sion of individual views, per might be talking us to death at Price, Ed and N. It. Price, Fisher lower price, would leaa in .10 ing tobacco brands. line justified. It would be easy for lonie. Herring. Cnt Meadows, Aniel Mea .01 Obituaries, per line the car, and from the car, granting that the 1920 them to stabilize their credit. But We hate to part with our dows, John Collier, J. S. Schooler, satisfy you? crop of tobaccowas not of the As a result, the manufac- money, but we are determined Joe Criscillu, J. M. Criscil!h, Hobert $1,485 F. O. B., Detroit. Announcements most valuable quality, this fac- tumrs would not be forced to to cling to life. Speake, George Conn, Jim Conn, Henry Arnold, Marion Johnson, W. tor would be counteracted by borrow at high rates of inter We are authorized to announce J. E. ELMORE. Let'em talk in Washing E. Whitaker, Tom Conn, J. M. the following candidates, subject to the lower labor costs in manu- est, nor to cut the price of to ton. Meadow, W. T. King, John Kich, action of the Democratic Primary, facturing, as the cost of living bacco to absorb this rate. At Conn. mid August Cth., 1921; When Gossips Talk. Sam Ilich namesJ.will . be added upon declined. the same time, the growers, HUPMOBILE (Other For Stat Senator "It was estimated las', year through the directors of the asis cheap if you get it the. pnyrntnt of 23 cents.) Talk (tf.) J. E. ROBIN'SON that 70 per cent of production sociation, would be in a posi- from a gossip," says an ex costs went for leaf. With tion to deal directly with the change. Judge For Circuit prices for leaf cut in half com- manufacturers, without the But it isn't. CHARLES A. HARDIN pared with those for the 1919 medium of a large and costly Talk that comes from a gos- Commonwealth's Attorney crop, the enormous saving to corps of buyers hired at the ex sip is expensive. EMMET V. PURYEAR the cigarette manufacturer is pense of the manufacturers, It kills time, it kills truthful For Representative tnd passed on by them to the ness, it Kills decency and it obvious." Protect your tobacco from its most destructive enemy. ROBERT H. TOML1NSON, JR. alls morality. Add to these considerations growers. two factors would A reputation that has been We are prepared to insure you against such a loss. These the fact that the price of cigFor County Judge to enable the manu milt up by a lifetime of correct arettes in which Hurley tobac-c- o combine J. C. WILLIAMS is used has not been reduc- facturer to operate on a smaller iviug may be blasted in a tiny For County Attorney ed, and it becomes apparent margin of gross profit, with the by the talk of a gossip. GREEN CLAY WALKER The milk of human kindness that the greater part of the ame amount of net profit. By Lancaster, Kentucky. For Circuit Clerk liminatiou of wasteful meth is curdled when it comes in money represented by the reJAMES R. WOODS, JR. price paid growers for ods, and the substitution 4f contact with the tongue of the duced tobacco irui. have gore to the scientific grading, both grower gossip. For Sheriff The gossip sees but little manufacturers as profits. To nd manufacturer would prof DAVE SANDERS that is good and much that is Deputies, Ashby Arnold, II. D. Lee. swell these figures still further, it, without increasing the price a great increase in the tue of f manufactured tobacco to the ad in human nature. For Jailer And gossips will talk, and by consumer. cigarettes is indicated DAVID ROSS eople will listen, and believe These are the logical con figures for the first four For Magistrate tusions of the situation point and condemn. months of this year. Users are proud of It is not only expensive, but J. II. CLARK "A production of .19,000,000-00- 0 d out by the Wall Street R. L. DARKER it is demoralizing and degradJournal their De LavaIs cigarettes (estimated total other reasons ing. Numerous We arc authorized to announce the 1921) would mean an increase ""THERE own, tU 2.500.000 utmUIXtLtitlGtuaSrpu.kxt, following candidate, subject to ac- in profits (to the manufactur- could be advanced showing the aad Good Medicine. belli ill dmltf tlx up, J tion of the Republican Primary, er) uimUuxa. 1W of $21,500,000, says the necessity for the un T Ik "W um tx O.La! La?t August Cth., 1021: People living in town and "As a I'obacco Marketing Associa Wall Street Journal. Oaasa Separator" M uJUJ i f nxrt offices working in stores ami For Magistral aad Unit uk) mIi uruarbl fltttt iM result of lower leaf prices, cig- tion. The plan is sound econo wm th ruU, NOAH MARSEE, JR. mically ,and it is sound fuiaii- are apt to experience a slugarette manufacturers are makCxk mo u a pnuul mimk gish feeling these warm days. Market ing unprecedented profits. It ially. Lull ugB tin U iKe ing of Hurley tobacco will mean The excessive heat reduces th ink oki ll uwminJKm hi!) imsaIs "DtuiiiK the year 1920.21, is officially estimated that one manufacturers of cigarettes of the big manufacturers pur- millions of dollars in the pock- their vitality and a lack of ubu.a.piofirtm. tail TU tnol ami fa ets of tobacco growers each proper exercise keeps it down. are making the ureatest pro- chased its 1920 supply of o pnout (uimii in tuli rrf dwymj Mopping off streams of flow tntwa ow D Lotk "fwy laow fits in the history of tlte indusat something like $20, ear. Every grower should w dottt, ing perspiration from their tad Ot lttl Altai u; martium om gn the contract. luM loa(t tf. try." Mtaisur; less than it cost in 000,000 right aod itul it nujr b JriJcd iqwa at noble brows keeps their The Wall Street Journal, 1919. The increased demand musty ta dtr UuL arms in excellent condition, fMTk D Another Gouge? probably the most authorita- for cigarettes makes unlikely a Ltl it ptitfcuUilj ml Hud Warning has been sounded but the remainder of thvir caWi br Moat. It mi tuKi W tive financial journal in the reduction in cigarette prices ufitlon; u awtt mm i n the United States senate that bodies lag behind. country, makes this statement for the time being. as) Am at ttfc. lot assa, But .there is a remedy, a on the basis of figures compiled These statements are not the coal barons are pulling the by experts, and by the manu- made by the Wall Street Jour- wires preparatory to another most excellent one. facturers themselves. Such a nal nor quoted by this nevMpa-pe- r loldup in the price of coal next There is no ifbetor or druggist involved, no money to hand pronouncement should be of to prove that the manufac- winter. over, no bitter medicine to great interest to the tobacco turers are treating either the It is not surprising. On the contrary, it is quite pucker the beauty from your growers, since the prices paid grower or the public unfairly. classic features. of Kentucky Plainly, the manufacturers are to be expected. to the farmers A garden. has boasted Officialdom duriinr this period, were much only following principles found A hoe. lower than the prices durinu to be sound in any business. oudly and long of dire punish A willingness to use it. In They buy the raw product at ments to be inflicted upon several previous years. That's all. art, this decrease is the price the lowest price that will in goujrers. In fact, there has Game? I ICE CREAM FREEZERS Refrigerators and Water Coolers You can secure Rogers' I SILVERWARE I CONN BROS. irirn rii Currey & Gulley. Tireing 1 iril . tin-Be- -- A n f H j ! a HAIL! HAIL! & HAIL! ' Elmore Hopper. Haselden Bros., of Lancaster, say: ' ) tob-bacc- ' De Laval Sooner or later you will buy ft The Central Record. Lancastei . Ky., Thursday. July 7 92 1 1 We arc ho wing a new line of Mid-Summ- Mr. Cyrus Dally visited Amnniln Anderson Inst week. MIm it: WHEN Rubber Goods, One of the most striking social TT 1.1 a Miss l.ou Kiln Dunlin spent Satur- - events of the season was held Inst m U IlillJIU IU VUIl- ilny night with .MIm Abcrtn Spcakc. Friday afternoon when Misses Mary Davis and Christine Sander enter- in Miss Joyce Syler, Is spending her tnlned with u miscellaneous shower nifof the park. vacation nt her home in Hugnr Creek, nt the lovely home of Miss Sanders Duke the next mnn up drew n three Ohio, ty The Lancaster bnieball team easily on the Danville mail. In hrinnr nf Mr. of bnggar that looked good for nnother David Allen Thomas. Color appoint- defeated the Stanford lads in n well Miss l.uln Sutton was the week- homer, Kinnnird hit to deep center, ments of yellow and white were car- played ball game ntCrab Orchard scoring Duke, end guest of Mr. nnd Mm. John resting on second, but to I. ried out in the decorations of the Monday by the score of TH Smith. , Athough thi. seeme as if it wus quiet was thrown out on an attempt to house. The dining room was eipccl-tenl to third. Jenkins walked, Cox Miss Lucille Thompson spent the ally attractive in yellow nnd white ' n w"' Knme, nevertheless it was drove pill to tlowcM. About on table and btitfets extremely interested from stnrt to Jenkins,the lackey left field, scoring week with .Mrs. Nillle Anderson nt followed with n were vases of the Mourn ami .1 Inree finish. The Lincoln ladsvon the clean Hubble. hit scoring Cox, when Walker Ktflll imaM'i in im ill in.i iniiii. toss up and went to the bnt llMt. Mrs Joe Hoggs, of llichmond, nnd hail pity on the Lincolnlte nnd fnn Mli Addle Crtsc.lli has returned wn, ,,verllouing with them. The Hoth teams had their best of play,Mm. Ollie liytoii, of Cincinnati from n delightful visit to friends nt ned. lce, cakes and mints were in yellow er. on hand and each were ciger to Summary 5 hits, I runs, makfng have heen visitng I.nncnitcr relatives llnrlnu, Ky. and white. Fmppe wfs also servei win the game. At the Springs in the a total of 11 to I. Mn. Osce Huffman, who ha heen .Miss hntherine Jasper, of Ilicll- - The gifts were arranged in a .Mahog morning nothing could be heard but The first part of the ninth amount talking of the gnu.e in l.ui afI'e guest of her lieice, Mnv Mae tnond, will spend the week-enwith any basket and after the guests had the to the htanrord boys as Hughes Nolnnd, left Tuesday for her Miss Mnrilee Lear. and both lunula .Uilimd that ed to little ternoon assembled Miss Ituth Carrier, in Smith and Messer fanned when KmA RrUf MuUlan ! h Comlii tni charming manner delivered the pres they would ensily win the contest, bry singled home in Louisville. and wn cnught at second (Muss by Thehi Art Bdmitcdjn. Mis Mary Noel, of Danville, i the ents with the following lines: however, it proved th.it Mgr. Ollie on Walter ball to short. Mays guet of her sister, Mm. Mrs. Anna I'rnzer Hall, of psked how James Woods "Mm. David Allen Thomas and my Carpenter wns right w.cn Following is the ine up of the two ille, 1ms. heen spending n few days on lEirhmond street. dear friends; -- Some would call this he felt about the game. "I hi will trams: the interest of Ham Mr. Itohcrt Smith, of I.ouisvdle, is in l.atirn'yir in n rather joyou meeting, other would be the easiest victory of ilf hint n," Mr. and Mm. Smiley Hill, of lion College. Lexington. Lancaster visiting Mr, (ieorge Stanford call this a sad meeting, but I term it he said. Frankfort, spent the week-enwith as both sod ami S. Kmbry lit Hoth teams looked forward .o this Kinnaird joyous as it is n joy Dorsey and liar friends in Lnnruster. Mise Virginia, Mr. nnd Mrs Hen Wood spent L. F. Crimes ous day for you, Mm. Thomas, to game a the Interior Journal stated Jenkins, barn Lee Hudson, of lleniingsburg Sunday with relatives jn llerca. C. F. Walters. Dr. h. V. Davis, of Morganton, N. think that you have left the old in last week's paper that the "tdd riv. Cox quests of Itev. nnd Mrs. Harry are C. Withers. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Christopher Hudson, on Maple avenue. C, arrivii! this morning to join Mrs. "maid class" and we would term it aU" would meet again anil that both Lnckey, Walker S. S. Hill have hven recent vtsltors in Danville. nnvis at me home of her parent., sad dny to think that we must giv tennis were eager to win. .'III. Messer. Mrs. Charlie Dnvis and daughter, Mr. and .Mm. John Italian!. We wish to commend mot heartily Anderson you up and we still belong to this HII. Mlssm Charlie nnd Mary Hlmore who have heen guets of Mr. anil Mr' Nevius. same class. We have gathered here the two umpires from Stanford nnd Woods I'. Jli Alberta Spejike entertained to present these few little gift were visitor in Danville tin week. Adolph Joseph, have returned to Tucker and Kmbry Linc.nter, .Mr. Foster and "Silent" Williams at a Inwn party Saturday night. love to you as you now sdnrt upon tieo. Swinebroad. It. F. Smith their home in Chattanooga. They were fair Duke Mis llcrthu Hell Hrouddut was the About .tfi of her friends were present. your new life. We envy you to think to both teams and proved to the imVirgin All spent a Mm (ieergia Johnson, Mi week-en- d guest of Mis Irene Crow. On account of the Chautauqua most enjoyable time. that in the mornings you will arise mense crowd that saw the game that Harhara Lee Hudson in Dorsey, Mi there will be no games it! Iincaster ' m,,k 'h'" "ow they knew base hall. Mr. Sam Denny, who for several n nlmut " Mrs. It. K. Mclttibrrt. and Mrs. K. Ilev. ami .Mr. Harry Hudson were ('apt. Kinnnird hus an excellent this week. Hut next We.lnes.'iiy our Iirenkfast, wash the dish II. Ilourkind hnve heen recent visitor vitor in Danville Tuesday. months ha-- , been mnkiiiL-- h l,nm,. i l'",I"'" On Fri111,11 team by his brilliant plnvng at first. hoys play at Ilarrodsbu'g. te through ready to entertain I'eeos. Texii. was in th.. eiiv In.i M In Danville. Following is the game play by day, July 15th. our boyi. piny here Mr. and Mr. Luther (iihiis ami Mr. week, glml to see his m,!,,,;ud until the noon hour when frineds who against Hurgin. Tb Christian endeavtir gave a very and Mm. J. K. Hlmore and Mr. W. O. were equally !(, the play : ad to welcome him ou Wl" aKa,n K" lMrouKh enjwjmbte social nt the church Mon-da- y Coodloo were the guests Sunday of back. 1st. Inning Crimes walked same performance, so wt. hope that to evening. you can Use these few little irift.s in first. Fmbry bent out run to first, Mr. and Mrs. J. (!. Ilurnside. MJBRiueofManooui ma k njut nion gave an elegant carrying on this great work. Then Nevius hit to right field, Crimes Ml ,4u IlHurne spent .Saturday Mm. Jack Casey, of this elty, was dinner party Sunday nt the home of our minds again turn to the "old thoun out attempting to come home $ nfgbt ami Sunday with MW liia j presented the silver cup for the best . .. M..... I wKiiii, on wanvine street, I .maini. class . . ii, f. " ami think that we must on Nevius hit, Wither. fanned. Hill "J ( rab Mhe llnurne. lady rider at the tournament nt I do in honor of Mrs. Dave Thomas. the same thing, but without a hus hit to pitcher out nt first. Orrhnrd Springs Morula)' afternoon, 7.re-etwere the cbis mates bnnd. Our dear Mrs. Thomas, we Summary one hit, no runs. RATESt Mm. Frye ami little daughter, at Kinnaird, the first man up for the (ufevtll, arc the g mists ( Mi Mrs. Klirabeth Jixeph .who has oi .Mrs I nomas at Hamilton College, welcome you into our midst nnd I Single Insertions lc n word wish to say in behalf of our girl local awaited the ball for n two bag. Minnie Hrnun. bcn spending several weeks here, Lexington, the last year. No ad taken for less than 'JOc friends present that my vocabulary is gar. Jenkins followed in his steps by .Michigan. left Monday for Hity View, Mms Arum Houston returned to her Mrs. W. I!. and Mk Mnrgn wfMre .he will stay during the re in thi column. No ads In this entirely too small in wishing that swatting the ball to center field scorhome nt llrondhead, Ky.. Sunday, af Cok, of Danville, were visitor mainder of the summer. your married life shall be filled with ing Kinnaird. Cox hit lly ball to column charged. ter a pleasant visit with her sister. in Ijwienster Friday. Crime., Jenkins stole third, perpetual ove and sunshine Seven insertions for the I'oyntcr. She was ac Mm. II. A. II. Markshury has re Mm. Mason A feature of the afternoon was the hit to short scoring Jenkins, Walker Mrs. Jumex Lenr Mm. llreshoar and price of five. companied hom by Mr. David turned from a two week stay with presentation of a receipt book by singled, Anderson fanned. Lackey tf MtHind Valley, Kansas, are visit- Phone orders must be paid her daughter. Mm. J. M. Staughtoii, Tbmpon, Mr. ami Mm. Mason Mis Sue Shelby Maon. The guests stole home on Tucker attempting one 5 Iancaster relatives. K promptly. in Covington. She was accompanied I'oynter nnd little son, Mason. Jr. present were Mrs. Chenault Klmore, of his "wind ups." Woods fanned. 5 Mr. ami Mrs. Hanks Hudssri, of home by Mm. Stnughton who will Summary .1 hits II runs. JJWOOCXXJOCXJOOOCXX: Friends of this delightful family Mm. J. II. SandeM. Mm. M. II. San make n visit here. Danville, spent the week-enwith Mr. Inning Walters fnnned 2nd. will regret the temporary absence of dem, Mm. Sallie Itoss I.awon, .Mrs. r.. Mmore. .Muses and Mrs. W. A. Farnau. Katie Harms Smith out at fiMt Moser fanned Mm. M. K. Fwh and Mm Will Pet Mm. Henry .Moore and son, Henry. J. Sewrr Pipe, all sites; Fire Clay, Summary no runs no hits. Carrie Ilelle Homnns Kdith, who DickeMon, C. Itine Jr., and daughter. Mi Fire Brick, Fire Backs, Thimbles, Mrs. J nek Casey and little (laugh tus, of Crab Orchard, Mm. J. William hit to center, Duke walk Rock, Sand and Cement. tor, Hetty MrKlwain. are spending : hart nnd sons, William ami Fish IJine-hn- lnt week moved to Cincinnati. The Ituth Carrier. Ilillie Sanders, Stella (hit by pitched ball) Jenkins hit to 41. Garrard Milling Co. were children will enter school there and SandeM. Thelma Hamilton, Sue Shel and wife, of Louisville few days at Crab Orchard Springs. guests lnt week of Mr. and Mrs. may be gone for a year or more by Mason, Mildred Heazley. Martha short safe on first, scoring Wihams, ..r i Sweeney. Helen Culley, tlladys Duke called out attempting to steel Mr. Fleece Hohinson, of Danville, itobert llurustde and family. I have about CORN FOR SALK Mr. Moore will continue hi residence Cox hit infield lly catching 150 barrels of good corn for sale at spent Monday witW.Mr. Oayle Doty nere. looking alter hi interests in I risuie, tecil Hatson, Charlie and Mr. and Mrs. I!. K. Hughes and the Cnrrard Mill, but will make Mary Klmore. Kvery detail was Jenkin out. my farm near I'nint Lick. at Mi" Lena llnght's on Maple daughter. Miss Margaret, who have weekly visit to the Ohio mctroHli. charmingly carried out and the houM Summary one hit one run, mak avenue. J. It. Woods. been spending several weeks with ing score I to 0 in favor of Lnn were much enjoyed. n Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Hall and Mi Ceorgin Strong, who ha been FOU SALK: One 12 and one 1C here, left Tuesday for a few caster . and Mr. W. C. Davis were days visit before going to San Diego, visiting Mies Martha nnd Helen The following interesting an- 3rd. Inning Tucker walks hit by inch oscillating electric fan. rs. Owen at f Mr. and SUimU See J. W. Klmore, Iincaster. California, where they will reside in (Jill, returned to her homu in Cincim nounremenl has been received by pitched ball) Crime. bunted to pitch Sunday. nati Saturday. There were a num Lancaster friends and relatives: er forcing Tucker to second. Kmbry (0.30 2t, pd.) the futurt'. Mr. ami Mrs. J. Itoe Young ber of entertainments given Mis hit to short fucker safe on third Quite a number of picnics were Mowers, Mr. and Mr. F.ugcno llrndshnw, of Strong during her visit here. $72.50; Hay Stackers, The announce the marriage of their (irime out on second, Nevius bunted given Monday, one at Cove Springs daughter Danville, are receiving congratula Mie (MI gave a very enjoyabb throwing Kmbry out on second, With 100.00; Iron Hay Hake., $40.00; 2 Heilyn nud une nt the Owsey pond nnd seHorse wagon, $125.00; IJuggy, $120; tion's over the arrival of a little girl. bridge party Friday evening at their ers tanned. to ver! at the river. FreezeM, $5.00; wire fence, "Sets.; Mr. William Francis Crimes, Jr. who was born last week nt the home home on Maple nvenue. Ires, cakes Summary One hit one run. on Saturday, June the eleventh llarb wire, $5.25. Many thing at Mises Leila Mann nnd Nannie of her parents, Mr, nnd Mrs. Jess and mint. were served. Lackey hit to deep center for About hundred and twentv-on- e Ilaldwin Crigsby, of Hardstown, are Dunn, of this city. The little lady twelve guest were present. Thuw- - nineteen ii.ii three bae hit Walker out at first cot. Klectric Irons $5.00. Still itaiuoa, i anal .one Kugcntn Hlnntoii lay evening a moonlight picnic wa guests of Mr and Mm. James Smith, has been named At Home tnuerson innneii, wood nit to sec trimming prices nnd not customers. Hrndshaw. J. It. MOUNT & CO. on Maple avenue. given in honor of Mis Strong after July first ond safe at first scoring Lickey ucon, Canal Zone Woods stide second, Williams sacri Mrs. (irime is the neice of Mr. fice scoring Wood., Duke thrown out FOP. SALK Heautiful Colonial Charlie Anderson, of this city. Itesideiice and 12 acre of land. at tiMt. DC l! runs. Summary 'J hit Total known n the Curt Hobinson home, five mile from Lancaster on Lexingto one, uincaster. Ith. liming This wn a tragedy for ton pike. Will sell n( n bargain, or Stanford boy it was three men un trade for a farm otf pike. Also have The descendants of the Into Hoy mil three down tnat was Kmbry. 45 acres of land, with good house f Arnold, met on the banks of Dix's Walters and Smith. mile otf Lexington and barn, Itiver near the club house, to cele In this inning they changed pitch pike that is a bargain for quick sale. O. C. Walker, (tf) brate their annual family picnic. cm, Lancaster having knocked Tuck- This happy family consist of five r out of box- - Kmbry wa placed CKT IIUSY. keep busy. I your boys and four grl. all now married. on the mound and stood the punish Is it permanent? Job unsafe? You They are Alex nnd Hoy Arnold, of ment of the local nine very good. business. You can Danville; Me.vir. T. M.. Kd L., and Kinnaird hit iuileld lly to first, want n get into such n business selling in ore W. T. Arnold, of this countv. The Jenkins fnnned, drove the pill daughter being, Mrs. II. I'. Swope, to right field, caught coming In home. than 137 Watkins products direct to 'nrmer. if yau own auto or team or Mr. W. II. Swope, Mrs. J. W. Walk- - Summary- One hit no runs, Medicine, Thcquality you want to use Drug er, .Mrs. J. W. With the dJ 5th. Inning Walker knocks lly to nn get one, if you arc under 50 grandchildren ami 1 visitoM. this third baseman, Anderson heats out and can give bond with personal Prescriptions, and at a price you feel quite made a happy bunch indeed. bunt to short. Wood hit to center, surities. We back you with big sell-'n- g helps; 52 years in business; justified in paying. Articles, Toilet The menu consisted of 15 chickens, Anderson, er Hats Mr. P. D. Avont came up from Danvllc lnt Sumlny for the ilny. Misses Amanda Anderson nnd Ilcnzlcy arc attending the stitute thli week In Stanford. In- EASY VICTORY FOR LANCASTER wool, felt, duvetynall colors. Alio i...l owtlliuru licet With Williams. 1 1 This l the Inning when it looked ns If Stanford would have to get ntlll another pitcher for it looked ns If Kmbry was through. Woods fanned, when Williams came to the bat with two strikes lifted to rail and connected wth the little in of Kmbry for a home run, knocking the ball out line Feather Hats in white and colors. FRANCIS-SIWI- r Gossip About People d i d mil ... Classified Column ime j it m Ck lg d rt 3 t.) chil-dre- Hus-mtivd- ... Delightful Picnic. YOU WANT ANY one-hnl- - OF THESE YOU CAN FIND THEM life-lon- g - 1 We specialize in everything CUSCAOEN CREAM Drinks that Satisfy, Smoking Tobacco, Chewwc Tobacco, Cigars and Pipes. that pertains to health and the retaining of a youthful appear ance and vigor. 100 per cent in every article you buy at this store. You get pounds of fish, old ham, dressed egg, salads, .sandwiches, pickles, bread, ciflfee, Iced tea, at) gallons of lemonade, buttermilk nnd ice water, niese heir are always glad to meet and say, what n dear old fellow was "dad. (contributed.) .10 AT THIS STORE Christian Church Notes Kev. K. It. llourland left Wednes day for New York City where he will attend n short erle of special lec ture at Union Theological Seminary. Mr.' llourland will bo gone about three week. In hi absence Sunday School and communion ervice will be held every Sunday morning nt the usual time and the young people will have their Sunday evening ier- vices at d:IS, but there will be no preaching service until Mr. Hour-lanreturn except as the Sunday evening union service may be held nt the church or some visitor may preach, in which event due announcement will be made. -d' STOEMES DRUG STOEE. Established 1853 FIRST THOUGHT IN DRUGS. Phone III), Lancaster, Ky. Ask for Price on Paris Green. thrown out at tempting run to third, Williams hit lly ball to first. i!th. Inning This wns practically the same as the Ith., Nevius knocked a "pop up" and Kmbry, Harvey nnd Withers fanned. Duke caught out nt first, Kinnaird lly ball to Kmbry, Jenkin drove the pill for what looked like u good three baggnr and was caught on the run from second to third. No run one hit. 7th. Innig Walters fanned, Smith fanned, Messer connected with the ball for n good three base hit to deep right and died on third as Tucker hit at the wind. One hit no runs. fanned, Walker singled, stole second and caught out on Anderson's lly bull. No runs, no hit. 8th. Inning (irime fanned, Km- bry (Sam) beat out the run to firt stole second, Nevius fanned, Withers caught at tint. No runt, no hits. user of our product. Write for Information where you can get territory. J. I!. WATKINS CO. Dept. 113 Winona, Minn. J 4t pd. (il-K- For Sale. My seven room house and four acres of land. Nice barn und chick- n house, (iood cistern nnd cellar. Located In ' Hackley, about seven mile from Lancaster. For further information, writo Mrs. Jennie Comley, 2053 South Pennsylvania St., 3t.) Indianapolis, I ml. (ti-2- 3 Notice. Any one having claim against tho estate of Mrn. Klfza Hill, deceased, will present ame to me properly proven, not later than Saturday, July 0th. . M. II. Dudley, 2t. Danville, Ky, 0 N Th Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, July 7 92 1 1 . Alvin Invents a WRAPPED ICE ! 1 Heart Opener 7 WILLIAM FALL Reduces Ice Chest iiciency. Ef-- H'mimi Union) It ns pntent rut Imp Hint broko up the engagement of Miss Vlolo liar, tin mid Altln Proper it bad sundered them, brought out a sharp definite announcement from the estimable (r, and a declaration from Alvin HihI It would make no difference-- he would slwtiys cherish Ids lost love and hope. "Mho wns alivH lino n silk," In aisled Alvin n jesr uftcrwnrds. May. le time will make a difference time and my d.irmigc suit." The "damage suit" was history In the town. It all came out of the rat (iX till, N.tpir I I trap. Wrapping Ice In newspapers to retard melting is the result of a mis-- 1 n tnken idea and prevents n free of cool nir through the refrig erator chambers, according to home economic specialist from the College of Agriculture. This suggestion is Included among a number given by the specialist to housewives on the care of the refrigerator during the summer. This piece of household equipment Is often neglected, they say, with the result that ice is wasted nnd unpleasant odors nnd disease germs permitted to contaminate the clrcu-llntoi- As Usual pound for nice Hams. Wc are paying the highest market price for springers and all other poultry and eggs. We are paying 25cts per It it healthful. You do not need the heavy foods in summer that you require in winter time. Let us tempt your jaded appetite with our delicious ice cream. Our ice cream is made of the purest cream blended with pure flavoring extracts carefully frozen and served to you in the cleanest, most appetising manner. Take heme a quart of our ice cream today-Dr- ugs and drug store things, also. Come to US for it want. Let the children eat all of our Ice cream they McRoberts Drug Store CONTRIBUTED BY KENTUCK1ANS siders that in view of the many appeals which have been made to Kentucky Rives in recent years, this is a most creditable showing. It is announced by the Ceneral Committee that any money received after the close of the campaign will be used to care for the children who have been made orphans by the famine and to further prevent the spread of the famine in China. When the campaign is offirally closed the Committee has made arrangement for the treasurer, Mr. Joseph Hurge, to continue in thi capacity to receive and forward any additonal funds that may be contributed. Contributions may be sent, therefore, as heretofore to Joseph Hurge, Hoard of Trade Huilding, Louisville, Ky. When Alvin Iniented his great rat illil not say much, for It looked as though he had renlly struck It at In it. At the of his Itiventlve glory, how it, there came a dampener. lie was sued for Infringement on a previous patent Two )cnrs passed by, ntnl the case was still It had cost him seeral thousand dollars In legal fees, and after he bad stubbornly reslMcd the pleadings of Viola to forget the whole thing nnd Invent what wns left In some prnctlcnt business, she broke the engagement. "I'm bound to win." Insisted Alvin. Why. the Specialty Manufacturing company has a standing offen of ten thousand dollars for my patent the minute the court give me a clear food. "A thorough study of the construe-- I tlon of the refrigerator and circula-jtioof air through It until all the details concerning it arc well known the tint requisite in proper man negmeut of the ice chest. "The first step in keeping the re-- . frtgerator cluen and sanitary is to use clean ice if it enn be obtained. jThe next I to clean up at once any food spilled on the walls or shelves I Washing the of the refrlgerntor. I refrigerator once each week with cold I water and soda nnd w iping It dry after cleaning are necessities, "The drain pipe also need particular attention and hould be removed twice each week, cleaned with hot soap suds nnd sculded. It should tiot be replaced until cool. "Have the Iceman leave one or two large pieces of ice rather than several small ones as the larger pieces last longer. "Keep the ice box well tilled Cooling off a warm refrigerator) wastes a large amount of Ice. Keen, clean, stoppered bottles of drinking water on Ice rather than us? ice to ' cool the water. "Know before you open the door of the refrigerator Just what yu w ish to remove, take It out quickly and close the door " , 1 ' trap his fiancee 0 COMPANY. K. Ii. HAGAN, STANFORD ST., Mgr. LANCASTER. KY. Phone"iii we want your buiinesi. title." MONEY TO LOAN on good city property. Pay back on weekly For China Famine Fund The Chairman of the China Famine Committee, Mr. E. Y. Mullins, announces that ns the campaign draws to n close, the record of contri button from Louisville ami Kentucky Is most gratifying The total receipt. for China Famine Kelicf from Louisville anil Kentucky have been as follows: Up to June 22, 1921 the amount sent through the Louisville office at the Hoard of Trade has been The Amount sent direct to the New York office from various points in $65,270.24 Kentucky has been The amount sent to Atlanta, (la. from various points in Kentucky has been 23,800.00 HEALTH AND ENERGY Bullion Rieh, Reel Bleod ftlch, red blood is the Ttry fountain ioutci of all nsriy. Xnrich your blood by Increasing the red Mood corpuscles. 8. 8. 8. is rscornissd as the general ijs tm builder, and has been sue CMSfuMyused for ortr 60 years in the treatment of rhsumatiasa and sUa diseases arising froa uapoTaritasd blood. Pot SpcUl BooUtt or tot indh riduMl adficm, 2,108.01 Thus the total raised thru the efforts of the China Relief Committee $01,187.25 has been If there should be added to the above receipts the gifts that hava been made by the various denominations through their mission board for the relief of China famine sufferer, it would be necessary to add from $75,000,000.00 to $100,000.00 to the above total, making a grand total of $100,000.00 to $175,000.00 contributed from Kentucky for China famine relief. It is anticipated by the State Executive Committee that when all reports are in of the various county organization throughout the state, that Kentucky will hnve subscribed its voluntary assumed quota of $100,000.00. The China Famine Committee con attention. "friends." he salt!, placing a box him, "I lime (.onioning to xa) before we go up to mir homes. This Is the lest church In the world filed up. Our splendid young pastor Is the best preacher In the world paid up. WVte alt got Into a menu aud Mingy rut. Let's get out of It." be-fo- re Alvin nnd Viola went to the same church It hnd run down because Its pastors hail been stow.golng, easily contented men. and the congregatlvn had been spoiled thereby, finally a new minister wa assigned. It turned out to be IMunrd ll.irton, a favorite brother of Viola. "The church needs nil kinds of he confidentially Imparted to Alvin one day. Alvin reflected over nil this. Me met his former fiancee on the street. She Idnlltod her brother, and when Ah In referred to him sh forgot the gulf between them. "I think I u way." said Alvin "Oh. If you only could." began Viola, and then she tluiloil crluison, tvmem berlng the psf. Imniedlntely Ah In forgot the landing suit. The )oung minister was called away from town temporarily. On evening there was n church sociable. Ah In was uhvnys the life and leader of Viola was nUo there. such functions, Alvin rapfd on a fable for order and r." or monthly Installments. The Lancaster Building & Loan ASSOCIATION. J. K. UOIIINSO.V, iKowilri. & I'rrsidfnt Wm, S, HOITKIt. Scc't Trci. COL. ABMSTRONG'S COMMENT ON CENSUS : REPORT OF HORSES KENTUCKY Thi War Departmtnt It Inter estei In the Increase f Pure-ln- d Horses avJL jgrfetjjsy eajapsE Champion Vertical Lift Mower $75 Hay Rakes $40. We carry everything CoMHlt us 1 for Bargilui. Noah Marsee. Geaerei Mercfcewdite BryenUville, Ky. "There Is the utrmixt need In this country today of Increasing the number of purebred horses, particularly without , on Ihotut of the thoroughbred t mntm Chiml Ntdtcal Adritat, Dmp't 4S4, Atlmntm. Gm. SSS5.Co .S. which the War Department must deS. yotu dluHitt. Ott at pend for Its cavalry mounta in case of national emergency " The above Is a passage from the statement by Cot. Frank S. Armstrong. Chief of the U S, Army Itcinount Service, relative to the UCO census of Kentucky horses, The uneaslnexa of practical, patriotic men like Colonel Armstrong over the situation was amply Justified by About Colors. the lesson of the last great war, which Is your room small? Then avoid sa strikingly dcmom-truiethe value yellow and red In Its furnishing. They of the horso In connection with modare warm colors and wake room ern warfare and revealed what would "Twenty-livcents." look small. Use grays and violets to A hoarse cracked bell note rang nut. have become a pitiful shortage, had "roomy" effect. give the Ormjns held out only u very few "One cent," .HjMike Alvin finally. An unrarthly racket came from the weeks looter Uian they did. Nor must we forget the importance box. The nudlencv snickered some of of breeding lietter horses more extenthem roared with laughter. Miserly sively In times of peace. Hotter bred Jolm Puke, the richest limn In town, horses menn better work horses; bet. Itobert Jones, sec ter prices for them, and a readier marlooked sheepish, oml In social Importance, scowled se- ket. The l'.CO tensus figures Indicate that verely. Then the corner of his lips s Kentucky, as usual, will lejil her sisbegan to twitch. "Mr. Drutier." be spoke out, "jou ter states a to txXli number uud class far from r en 11 put n attainment for of horses, but even we are our quota me regularly un that Invention of approaching what should be In either count. oiirs." Colonel Armstrong's statement la "I'll make It ten," announced Mr. full Is as follows: Duke, nfter a pause. "Ieplii the very small amount of spoke up "Ye, II0 lliotv d stock, ua compared with the "You've given us a pure-broSmith. Deacon state, I Draper. I'm for ap- total number of horses in the good lesson. Mr. believe that, when similar tleures for preciating the old church mid the the other states become available, a oiing minister ns they deserve to be." comparison of all will ahow that KenThe following Sunday showed prnC' tucky still holds Its rank as the fore tlcul results, the next belter still. That most stal In producing thoroughbred week Alvin received a letter which "The relatively small parcentage ol he greeted with a hurrah his suit thoroughbreds and of other classes ot was won. pore-brestock Included In the total He met Viola, her face bcnnitug. umber of horses la Kentucky, Is a Unit afternoon. geoeral, and not a local, situation, and "I must congratulate you on your the other states probably will show good fortune," she said brightly. "And even smaller ercentages. The sauit oh I what iniiglc wonders you hnve ac- conditions, 1 am told, prevail wlUi livecomplished with Hie church. The trusstock other than horse, though probtee have raised five thousand dol- ably Dot to the same extent as with lars; ami my brother will be tukeu care the IsUsr. Hie census report uphold! of us he should. I urn afraid I mean sod JueUdts the position taken by the I must confess that you have luvented American llemount Aaasciatloa that a new way to resell my heart." there U the utmost need In this coua-Ir-y today of larmtalag the number ol Surgical Implements of Flint IsiplcMCMt Hue. Bare-bra- d herars, particularly those of Stone-agbeing used In tha thoroughbred typa, on which thi tool are Itulgarlau hospitals fa perform surgical War Department must depend for IU 0eratlons. In the absence of ant cavalry mounts la case of BatieaeJ iteel lastruuictiM whatever with which assergsnry, and which it taet with to operate, the Itusaitn surgeons In Croat dissculty la Bracaiiac la miM charge have taken a leaf from the daat numbers durisg tha meat war book of their prehistoric ancestors, aa The aatieaal oaed of and have used chipped flints. More- ia crossing Aasertras thoroufabras) over a freshly chipped flint has an ex- aonas caa act, la say islsi, par-facellent cutting edg and Itutuuulty from lofarttoa. chrf, For Rich. Rmd Bl.md SSS. The church deacons looked askance, curious and excited. "You know I'm a Mrt of dabbler In Inventions." proceeded Alvin, placing his baud on the box. "This Is my Intrjit one. It's culled 'the cash annunciator,' aud I've got It fur this chnrch." Alvin took off the cover of the Ixix, t silence. Then amid grim, he placed beside It some coins. "This Is my patent collection box." he proceeded, "and I want the church to adopt It. My contribution will be the colni you see here. Now observe. I wish to donate it dollar" He slipped a silver dollar through tlui slot In the box. A mellow tinkle to gently thank the donor. the lay member exps-ctuu- d promptly to Superintendent of Divi-.ioon which shipment originate Never throw water d. recti)' upon logs after they become heated Itun To prevent losses to hoes in transit it on tloor of car un ler hogs .nttead. dunnc the hot weather, the l..v Stock Department of the Southern lUulway System has issued the fo! lowing; suggestions to shippers Haul or drive hogs to station ' nmple time to allow them to become rested and cool before londipjr. When ordering n car for loading hogs, insist upon n clacn on? bedded with sand, cluy or earth. Wet thoroughly the bcdd'ng and Tor Thre Cnration Hsv.SUtl Child arh interior of car before loading. easier oy usin3 !ive only n small feed of grain be- (17 j Heavy feed mean fore shipping. more body heat generated. Load not more than one hour be- set evsn u. fore the train is to depart. Avoid Load slowly nnd carefully. tooutV aotl.aoo. a..,., ills Su.'inot Co, Ciri.t-- Sfuatt excitement and do not beat or bruise the animals. l.ond not to exceed 14,000 pounds The L'nlteil States produces more fat hogs nnd 1(1,000 pounds stock lper than any other country in the . hogs in a standard car during world, but it needs it in recording warm weather. the things that congress doesn't do. Have water applied to the bedding ntely after thu train stops, A gas or duit cloud has been disin the car lit uvnilabel points Immcill- - covered in the heavens by ,i Dutch I'se Ice on tloor of car whenever scientist which he estimates to be possible thrco blocks to a car, twenty billion times greater than the Keport inattention or neglect sun. We hope It don't drop. Hot Weather Pointers To Shippers Of Hogs. n r Jj r XPECTAK3L MOTHERS" rVrilsfraW. .Ifl-ft- e popuLsa ExcuRsioa CINCINNATI SUNDAY.JULY ROUND TRIP FARE I Oth, 1921 FROM DANVILLE $2.35 IMiritfcM WAR TAX Special Train Leaves Danville 6i00 A. M. Returning Special Train Leavea Cincinnati CilO I'.M. IVl.iUI jnlu.su.ioa u, .wJic.lian la Af nl (CeetrslTiSM) d 18 YOUR HERB you sav when iiavimr CHECK Is that wliat a bill? Or .1.. simply "k'o through your pockets" in an effort to scare up the necessary amount: The man who taves and banks his savings with ui never has to dig down Into every pocket in order to pay a bill. He simply writes out a check, nnd the money is always In the bank to meet it. Have YOU a savings and checking, account with us? It's a mighty good hubit. Why nut start it without further delay? you the THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. S. C. DENNY, Jr. Csukiar. Ct'M $30,ooo. poee Honor; RoH(.Uak surplus $so,ooo. Th Central Record, Lancaster, Ky.. Thuriday July 7, 92 1 1 FARM 1 ONE-THIR- D Why Many Don't Save Saving money yeu will find, it not wholly a matter. This statement may sound strange, but it is true. Saving money is, first of all, a matter. And this is just the reason why so many people who make money can't save any of it they don't think and have little Happily, however, there are very few who cannot learn the necessary lessons, if they will. The time to start is and the place this Bank. We'll help by adding 4 per cent interest, compounded Brain-andBack-beself-contro- LIVESTOCK MUCH OF HENS In State Planning For 1921 Vacation LOSS IN IEEF CATTLE Capita! 980,000.00 Surplus 90,000.00 Honor Rail Bank. 4 per cent paid on time posits. Call and see us. J. J. Walker, president. de- l. to-da- semi-annuall- y. The Garrard Bank & Trust Go LANCASTER, KY. V soil tnivolorx Cheilites, which arc kooI in the I'mted States and all foreign countries. These C!ieiiios insure your funds against loss. Prlca Par Htatf Drepptd From S44.32 in 1111 ta 111.41 In Stop Laying In July And Auguit Also Drop. And Loaf Until Spring Cert.jr tl l.'nlttt tain Characteristic! Shown, mni r Agriculture ) lleef rattle on fnrtMK lust In aternge tnlur ifr limil from Jutimry 1, WW, During July nml Augut approxt-mnti'l- y l In .Imitwry 1, ltd, t liat tin '1,1 t:t,li71 Kentucky hens will I .luring tlii trtlrlmiln of tin ml mi ntup laying; anil loaf until the followI nitial .Mate In tin- World war ami inure limn half n mtirli again, arriiril ing spring, according to ttlnmtes liif In tli liiiri'Mti rif rrnp eMltnnten miule by upeclaluU in the poultry I nlleil Mate IViartllirtit of Agrlrill department of the College of Agri lurr. The Iiim ueiiirrH tnmil? In HOI. culture. The entimntet were tnnile 1 1ll" ha been rMiiMMinl lieyoml doulit from result.' obtained lnt yur In the I ) I lie recent aniniul liiTeitlgRtlnn which poultry culling; cnmiviign prices of f firm aiiltnnW per lirail wail d showed that of the hen lijr llir Imrraii, The aternge prlca in the State loafed after the nionthi nil nge, nf cattle other llm Thoe hens are the early milk row ua W.YM.' In 'j7, $44 In named. l!Hi. nml Ml II In lid. im January molters of the llock anil certain charI, lnl jrar. the farm price wa $4.' acteristics which they ulinw at this Iirlntv that nt 11117 MHiif iihuiIIik i time of the year make it eay for the fore thl rmiiilry ileclnreil war. farmer to distinguish them from the In Hi rM of wln mi fanu. lit layers and cull them from the llock, ilternge price nT lirail, all age, ile- - according to the specialist. The rlln.il In Hi,, tun ..nr r.M'.l ami HO factor which arc important in ile- SH per cent of thr ealn In IM" nn tcnnitiing the loafers are summarized l!iH, ami IwollilnlK of thr ilrrlln In Circular No, 101 which has just huh In tH.ll. r'nmi Will In l!l!i. tin- - meriure farm been l?!Ued by the college. "When a bird stops laying In the nlue of tin- - pnnliii't of turn T nrrr InrriKMil from J'Jl.HT In J.H.'.t. Th summer she uiually start. molting. corn rro of HO. inline tin- - nvernge The later a hen lays in the summer Willie of tin. priMliK't of one acre, fell or the longer the period over which ilrnji not only Imi In f'.iMri, find he lays the greater will be her pro nlll tln en III of i prei.'eillng three duction so that the high producer i )ear liul irrritlMjr cinMH it Tli Avtraf 121Hot (I"r.rr Htt. lrrt W. V. Champ, W. (I. Itfgncy, As't. to the President. I.. (J. Davidson, Cashier. J I.. Cill, Assistant Cashier. W F. Miller, Assistant Cashier. Mrs. N'nomi Hamilton, Teller. j acaTd CITIZENS NATIONAL LANCASTER, KV. BANK. Corner Public Square nntl OnnvJIIe Street. one-thir- The heail of a high layer farmers during the last 14 montha. the wattles and earlobes Nine of the animals were purchased fitting closely to the beak. A good as n result of the campaign for better layer i more active and nervous and r livestock. yet more easily handled thnn a poor layer. "If the comb, wattles anil ear- lobes are large, full anil smooth or hard and waxy the bird Is laying heavily. If the comb is limp the bird is only laying sightly but not lnying at all when the comb I dried Widely-Know- n down especially at molting time." Is also line, sires-bette- hard fat. TAGGART Musical Humorist fc, 9mm atty t TfiMr1p. II(Ht Thaat Wavy gyaal a baaaUftf heir rv1 rras." m tr rra ekf af tl i A prvttmn Vtrf4 Calta Man. t) tin knt juts at r1uiUa. najwdall Wtfirml rollefn. .... ' !.k Fortification. heie, olit nun, . mjr rife Our writing Our Writing. re likn an man ilthm, the late layer and hence the late molter. The length of time that a hen has been molting or has stopped laying ran be determined by the rate of renewal of the feathers. First the body feathers are .shed, the tall feathers next and then those of the wing THE NAN FROM VERMONT" ' Ihr "Cwmlc 1"rr," no I atltltr to date a ctuW inori' rfK'ktuili. Life. In ancli-n- t lirautj ' llnl ar which onr tnrln.M. Word, amlM S I I mrn' f.iri-- Il'irtun. . r.J A profronr any antn inn- rrnturli a luiirtil In tli t tuuhta at nil. We trrlal from China, ul.-n- th.t mIlriK Hmushta ur. "" ,'"' f ! allmn-ami wratlne of llk rretn to hmi-li.1 I Hulit lnhM off ou the public ar known fur 2,Ca )ran nnd morr nn-lliraln.toriiia. Oliiclnnatl fori thr Chrlitlnri rrn. So ntly rn Cattl en a Southern Rangt. Ulfr. In the rarly iln) Hint tli cliw'ly worm llka of t hum orr ofiin poinmonly iimiI iierrrntace of derllne Kaap It Lrt Born ijr I'hornlrlnn arairr ami luce lh hreak In prlre heuHii, tail ti WlduM nnd ldowrm who mnt In a Irniwr and with a twlrs n day for a )rar, nml ho art illMiixer tlila fnrt. hecaune a percent nf linen. mliturr tlowrd to cat only en ii-rarcoiid mi;i of derllne from a higher nuinher n ChlnM Silk R,wovtn. tlim n llk um for mnny nen An thlrak-- u Abud mam ""' Ku-thf- y , y Lalla Rookh. The atory of IjiIU IIihiWIi In atat daagk-la tt.la . She aaa nipt-- l Itr of Aurunrrl". m,rnr of IMW, hit hm lrtrothrO to aultan of from Juurm-Iaorr Iluchnrtau (Hi Jay of n nioiilh, Hnurv In tho fum-ra- l aa-tl- lr rrrvtiioiilca of tho of Ilorneo. -- hrad huntltij l not ruinpiirnhle with a perrenlnKe of during the preceding jeara which l hnei on a cotuparuthcly low nuinher lUil to Cahnrrr Dy Keratnorz, a juwit IVrnlan port, alth whuiu ah frtl In Unr, nnd ua- aa Iwr dillslit touudM lni aha llacinerrd Uiat llir joUliK po't waa u lroDieJ. Uic ullun to hom !i the tory la twautlfulSy told hy tiia Torn JliMrre. TJm tlila o Utah fca la -- 1j1U Uw.kli.- - .lln. hrn h j y riili-rtaln- a ( J J Fathar of tha Pan." amonj lw how thr maw In thf KaM FARM DOG IS ALSO PUREIREO know to rrnd or writr, n thr pro. fi'lonal Icttrr wrlti-- occanloiially ao Ohio Firmer Ktapa Raglatared Cattla qulrra murh wraith. To an Arab a and Hega Poultry Entirely oinyrd man la a "kins" amonc the of Pure Breading. hllnd. and th Irltrr writer l tha of the king and till rwoplt "toncue" Of !i.' of Ihe utork on an Ohio He li called the father of the pen. nnd fnrni. ti nn urelirel, ncrordlnjr li l lie to poen a great many Hie owner, who In with aecrem. the t lilted State leparttnent of Acrl r "Color rhanges due to laying take plare hi the ent, break and shank. tiM' up the surplus fat in the body and especially removes the fat from the skin. The different pnrts of the body tend to bleach and leconie white a the stored fat is ied The vent change very quick ly with egg production so that a white or pink vent means that the bird is laying. The color goes out of the beak beginning at the base mil rgadually disappearing until it leaves the front part of the upper beak The shanks are the slowest to bleach out. A blenched shank usu ally indicates fairly heavy egg pro- luction for at least 15 to 'JO weeks. "Heavy production is aIo shown by the quality of the skin. Heavy producers have a soft, velvety skin that Is not underlaid with layer. of Chas. Rots Tag g art PILES! suffrrrr arllh fUa. hrmnr. If yoi rhrvidi liilml or MrrdlniL lou will Lrt rrllrf from thr Brt application ol UaU y uant) nr purs and nituii. toMhlnic duvs not smart. 11.00 by mail. prarpaU. 1 r. 0 IK, till BMatKtetr, lOeUmai. I;. m4r fi' Musician, humorist, impcrcon ator and tineiialo(l story toller, known as "the fiddling; wizard." Fun-Maker Extraordinary NIGHT REDPATH CHAUTAUQUA LAST Barren Farmers Increase Number Of PurebredSires. The number of purebred sires on Ilarren county farms is increasing, according to n report of County Agent J. O. Horning which states that 17 registered sires have been brought into the county by different FIVE BIG OAYS per cent Tax. Season Ticket $3.00 PIu 10 era. pure breeding la wrlfliil hy two other Ihe atock own liiroo-Jersey till nr. In the lietter-alrIII Miitement of the movement A reclMered Atnlren-Anm- i hull mid a recUlered I ho.irnre kept. One jrnule Anyui row and four rrolireil ninn are the only alook not imrelired, jxiullry are en ureiy i i rr i'ii rijiiiouiii Horka of pure lireeilltie The fiinn dog. n heagle. It iiImi tuirehri'd. Here why CAMELS the quality cigarette utmost quality into thin are as good as it's possible for skill, money and lifelong knowledge of fine tobaccos to make a cigarette. ; Nothing is too good for Camels. And bear this in mind! Everything is done to make Camels the best cigarette it's possible to buy. Nothing is done simply for show. Take the Camel package for instance. It's the most perfect packing science can devise to protect cigarettes and keep them fresh. Heavy paper secure foil wrapping revenue stamp to seal t. But (the fold and make the package nothing flashy about it. You'll find no there's extra wrappers. No frills or furbelows. air-tigh- n ii le put the BECAUSE we Camels TREES THRIVE IN ODD LAND Hllleidt, Thoroughbred Horses Annual Summer Meeting at Corntra and Watte Stripe can Be Made Quite Useful In Grouting Timber. LATONIA (Convenient to Ciacinnati) June 4th to July 9th Slake t: tunmi mats Ull ilia ny piiiniint; luiinidif, odd cornera the fnnu where n road or rail road 1ms rut It off and place where heen had, eroMoiuhn good reltini on mhH an Invratiuent mn he gotten. If land la iiihjert to overflow cotton womi will grow and It will In n Minrt time funiMi denlrahle rough lumber Soft mnke ricrllent fonre IMiata when trenleil wllh creoanle and have been foiiml to Jaat over ten jeara which make them drMmble from tin Ktundpolnt of rol, , oil mmm Aum ISth The unusually high class of the horses on the ground, the excellence of the program book and improved accommodations for patrons combine to insure the success of the meeting at the popular Latonia Course. Those who visit Latonia this month will enjoy the finest sport in its history. SUMMER ATTENTION TO HOGS Foundation Laid at This Time to Be gin Thlnge Neceeaary for Cheap Production of Pork. You may think Hint your bog crop m StUlt Jaw IStb HMU MaWCtf IM SStk lull It would pay many Hirk producer ImmeiiM'ly to ghi ileeer thought to thl tiimmiT lianilllnc of the herd than they do, for ut tlila tltno ran raally be luld the foundutlon of aurceaiful nxiililiime of mnny trouhlea a well u to begin Mime tiling necixnry for ehenp pork proilucllon. neiiN the leiit of your thought nml attention during the hummer inoiitlio Such things do not improve the smoke any more than premiums or coupons. And remember you must pay their extra cost or get lowered quality. If you want the smoothest, mellowest, mildest cigarette you can imagine and oa eitiitly free from cigaretty aftertaste, It's Camels for you. U1WIMU SatarAtr. SUPERIORITY OF SUGAR IEET M Mr Sa Sad la M-a- Mutt inm Air. Kentucky Jockey Club Utowa, Ky Coutm Authoritative RtperU and Oalnlona on Feeding Value of By Predutta for Live Stack. U now ntnlluble a roimlil-ersMlibrary uf aulhorllathe niHirta and oplnl'iiia ixi lite tork feeding with njgnr livl Kjirlun nix esteiidliig uwr ii term of yenn. hate been coiiilurteil, bowing Ihe roiuiatw tilt' kurlirll) uf tl.ev feeila. Mr aia 'U'ere e l.laiiir. M B. X REYNOLDS TOSACCO COMPANY,'WU.taSaUaa.-- ame 1 The Central Record, Lancaster Ky. Thursday, July 7, 92 1 1 . tmmmml July Clearance SALE We will offer to the public our entire stock of merchandise at a greatly reduced price. Sale 27 inch Now On In Full Light I Blast Come 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. Gingham Madras I dark percale 13c. Ladies white wash Waist, 98c, $1.49 Slippers from $2.98 up. Ladies Hose from 10c on up. Unbleached Cotton j A 13c. reduction on all 19c. $5.50 Comforts at $3.79 White Goods. Middy Suits at half price. Ladies White Skirts half price, Ladies gause vests 1 Curtain Scrim 13c per yd. Thompson's Cor- - ' sets are reduced. $1.50 Voiles at U W 8c. 10c. Georgette and Crepe-de-chin- 13c. Children's low cost. BELOW COST. Ging- - J Best 85c. e aist greatly reduced. ALL READY-TO-WEAR, you can buy any- where. ALL NOTIONS REDUCED. grade Taf cheaper than feta f J. E. DICKERSON LANCASTER. KY. & SON w be at home attain. said rrrrk and up a drain and with Little Miss Marie Grigg, who wns said Metrnlf line H. II , K. H..H chains to n stone corner to same, 8. Mr. Harry I), filer spent the past four yean old June 2l'th. entertnined r.'J'i. W. 1.1 chains to a black walnut ii number of her little girl frlrnd. for corner to same, S. HOli, week-enW. 1.71 in Richmond. day. It wain delightful day for rhnlns to a small walnut comer to Mis Mollic Hnrnrs win n visitor the same, S. 21 W. I.6H chain to a Sunday of Mls Hoe Turner of l.nri. nil, imperially the lovely dinner and mall walnut corner to same, S. nil left vi)nriK many more happy K. fi, IW chains to n fence post corner MlI cntcr. Lee hlrthdnys for their charming hostess. to same; thence lenvini.' Metrnlf line Mis Anna Osboru was the Mr. nnd Mrs. Miley Ilenzley were ami n new line S, liu'i, W. U5U guest Saturday night of ills Fannie chains to n mulberry; thence falling boats Thursday tit u sumptuous and into nnd down a branch N. I5S, W. Mertdn. elegant dinner to the following! H.r.J chains, N. H, W. 7.l chains, N. Mr. and Mr. John Unborn were W. 2.011 chains, N. L'l, W. J SU Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. A. Mcdnme A. M. driller, Milton rhmns to the beirinnlni;, contnlninif Ward, C. II. Henry, Homer Kay, 17.60 ,V Merlda. acres. Jnme. Wnlker, Mles Anna Mae and The purpose of this sale is to d. Mr. nn.l Mm. .1. 1 Vnl,v. Mr T-- v. I. Mi n llroniliius, Mnrgnrct, lEuth and vide the net proceeds a rising from f lor mid daughter, of Corbin motored Snllie l.oti White, Elizabeth Rose the sale amnni; the parties joint own to Crab Orchard Springs and spent Walker, Louise Henry nml Josephine ers n their Interests may npprar U .0. .11. j .7UI1l . I... h.. TKKMS. Hrazley, .Mailers James Milton HenThe mi will be made on a credit Misses Ethel Barnes and Nolle ry nnd Harry Walker Kay, of six and twelve months, it ml the Turner visited Misea Anna Mae, Lil. purchaser will be required to execute linn and Gladys Kldd Sunday. bonds with approved fertility for the Mr. nml Mm. John Prattler, purchase price, payable to W. II. Mr. Ilrown, Mater Commisiioner. due In and Mrs. Wm. Scott were recent visisix and twelve months respectively, tor at Crab Orchard Springs. with Interest nt six per cent from Mr nnd Mr.. William Kinder nre date until paid, hnvtni; tho force and cori.T cited of a Jtnlirinrnt upon whirh e.xe. receiving congratulations over the nr-- i ration may Usue, nml a Hen will be r nl of a little son. Wtllinm lleriiard. iWm. T. Adam, Adm'r, et nl. I'lnintilTs, retained upon the land until the purchase money is paid. VS. Try a tack of Ballard, OBELISK I W. II. Ilrown, M. ('. C. C. C Defendants. FLOUR mad from old wheat. It It Ollle Hulfmnn, et al, I'u t to a judgment rendered 11. II. Tumllnsoii. Att'y. for plirs. Ihr hrit. Hudson A Karnau. nt the March Tenu, 1921, the underMAI.K IIKI.r WANT Kit i IdloT Mr. nnd Mrs. Wnlker, Mls Anna signed Commissioner will ell at pub-h- e nurtiiui to the highest nnd best llii: business is reudy for you. Sell Belle t'rutchileld and Mr. Sid AI- -, in dndge were visitos in Danville Sat- bidder nt tho Court lloii.e Poor M.. 1.17 products direct to farmers on Ijinrastcr. Ky., at II o'clock, A. credit. If you own team or nuto, are urday, or thereabout., on under JO, can bond, we start .Mr. nnd Mr. H. H. Wnrd and three 5S MONDAY. Jl'I.Y 26, 1921, sons, of Mndion spent Friday with the real estate mentioned in the you. Twenty million ue aur pro(lood territory open. Write T Mrs. C. K. Henry and Mr. and Mrs. pleading nml deoribed a follows: duct., J. It. Wntkin Co., Dept. II I, In darniM ( ounty, Kentucky, nml Milton Ward. bounded as follow s: It n1. Wlnorui, Minn. Mrs. A. M. Gridrr. of Somerset, Beginning at the mouth of branch, It your Inst life chance " who has been visiting Mr. and Mrs. corner to Duggms; thence up same J I. Yimti., returned to her homo with It meanders, S. .17, E. 88 mb S. S W J I poles, S. 10 W. 2$ imle n Somerset Tuesday. to another corner of the dower; Mrs. A. M. Gridlcr, of Somerset. thence her line h. Ml imho to n I P. .Mr and Mrs. J. L Yantis mid boy brunch: thence down the branch. N. ll,,'nr' tt.-prnfl ""T to,a M"""; t Sunday in Danville with Mr. J.0' NSI' !. a young wnl- gn.nd Mm. J .It. Adam. hollow. N. 17, W f. mlt ,r,.p ,,wn X. iiolm, E. if1 Messrs. Haicom IVlphrey, of l.nn- - lles, ,w a15 poles, N. Ill N. th. K. .11 hickory tree, taster, and Mr. F. W. Hnrns, f I'0?' ftia.n.1 .r ra fwkli.. t.t ft tiI.itrf n( b'. I. aisulle. were dinner Kuet '""l hollow; thence down n.ih.' N. t:.. W wiek of Mr. nnd Mrs. J. I Yantis, .'U Mlr to two buckeye in n treek. L. N. Mr. nnd Mr. (Tuy Davidson nd thence down the creek lwith it mean to the be ...... .... rr ouna- .- dir.. S Ti7. W. (10 .. I o i -tT, k.(mnK, contnlninif IW acres. I rod 17, t ..:;or oi .ir. ana .Mrs. w. 1. Mtt.'nnd 1U poles, be the sitie morr or :m! .Mrs. Carr'e Davidson. ... .i .i Special train will leave Lan-caatMr Tom Ward. Mr and Mr, Mil- - nl, Ld raVrf n.i and iot 5:29 A. M., returning n Ward. Mr. (. It. Henr nnd chil- - to be sold herein the following de will leave Fourth St. Station. !r-et ninrt to the viited Mr. nml Mrs William scribed boiim!nr ( ark and Master Karl Clark Sunday wi'low n her lower in sm.l Inn.l Cincinnati 6:30 P. M. Standard i lleirmnmc at a point m middle of The many friend of Mr. Holmnn Sucnr (reek, n new corner; theme Time, (7:30 P. M. City Time.) a"1 rr,,,'k w,th menn.lcm N For further information con.llruwn. who i. in the Danville hos-.uK 1,1 c,",n, ,w .P'tal. will be pleased to know he .said creek, n buckeye pointer ,"nl ,n sult Local Ticket Agent. corner i nowr nlonir line and will )oni,0 .Mr,, p Mi tralf. thence leaving d GUY. H', 7. 1 fi 1141 COMMISSIONER'S SALE OF LAND. garrard ciun'iT if ' kit EXCURSION , - CINCINNATI, O., and return via & I $3.15 $3.15 1921. " -t..- l" '.- Sunday, July er n'' l' , (7-7-'J- t.) if iw p, p vvr v "MEET ME AT THE BIG TENT" Delinquent Graded School Tax Payers. Tho following are delinquent taxpayers of the Lancaster Graded Common School with the nmount owed by each. Any property owned by these delinquents will be levied on and old according to law, for the purpose of collecting said tax nnd vxpenseof collecting same: 29.25. Acton. Dr. J. M 1D20 Uullew, C. S., 1920 $5.55. llastin Bros., 1920132.49. Bustin, H. V., 1920107.97. Bastin. W. It. and Wife, 1920, $27.S9 Bourne, I.on, $8.00 Benton, Hobt., 1920 $1.58. Brown, Geo. F 1920 $37.31. Burnside, M. S.. 1920 $27.07. Broaddus, I.utlier. 1920 $9.25. Reynolds. J. W., 1920 $3.70. Browning, Frank, 1920 $1.5S. Heynolds. J. C, 1920-191- 9 $0.79 Corman, Homer, 1920 $3.C2. Cox. Billie. 1910 $9.05. Cox, P. II.. $31.27 j and Mr. nnd Mrs. Billy Cotton sons visited relative near Hnrrods-bur- g $3.10. Murphey, Homer. 1920-191- 9 recently. Oaks. Hen, Mr. and Mrs. Wilbert Hay and $0.32. daughter jpent Saturday and Sunday Ornnd, John M. Heirs. 1918 $8.98. with Mr. Lenzy Kay and family. Owsley, Mrs. Kllen. 1920 $9.99. Mr. Frank Land. Mr. A. C. Miles, Osboume, Iloyd. 1920 $1.58. Mr. Lenzy Hay and Miss Sallic Noel, Osbourne, Hascom, 1920 $1.58. who have been sick nre Improving. Osboume, Earl, 1920 $1.C8. Mr. T. O. Hill, Mrs. Lizzie Walker, Peace. J. S.. Mrs. Hascom Brown and Mr. Homer $11.01. Bay spent Saturday in Crab Orchnrd. I'nyne. J. It., 1920 $20.48. Mr. nnd Mrs. Robert Broiddus I'oir, Chns., were in Richmond Thursday to attend 1910 $9.07. the funeral of their cousin, Freddie I'oir, Eddie, 1920 $1.58. Farris. , Pollard, J., 1920-191- 0 $3.10. Poynter. J. W 1920 $0.50. Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Brown nnd Mis Pr ce, Joe, 11120 $1.58. Lorn Brown were guests of Mr. and Preston, U. G., 1920 $1.58. Mrs. Handy Kurtz near Ilarrodsburg Prather, Davis. 1919-192- 0 $31.0. Saturday and Sunday. PURINA Merchant. J. S., 1918-191- 7 MolTitt, A. S.. McCarty. J. M., 1920 $1.13. $3.10. $2.47 ton. At Paint Lick JULY 11th to 15tli CHAUTAUQUA PROGRAM Th. CHICKEN Hudson FEED SACKS 8 Cox, Jim. $1 1.38. Crumln, Husiell, 1920 Curtis, Clarence, 1920 Conn, Bill.1920 $1.58. $2.20. $1.58. 1920-191- 9, Leslie. 1920 $3.05. $12.15, C. F 1920-191- 9 W. M.. 1919 $3.00, . frank, 1920 $5.hK. Itoblnson, J. E 1920-191- 9 $02.07, ltobinson, Mrs. Francis, 1920-119 "-9 Keynolds, Heynolds. Heynolds. in th. CHECKER BOARD spalls quality and produces a rrtults. Farnau. Christopher. Letcher, $3.92. Davis, J. S., 1920 $2.74. $15.00. Ho-- s, Sam, 1919-191- 8 $3.10. Simpson, Milo, 1919 $15.73. Sanders, S. I)., 1920 $1.58. Singer Sewing Machine Co., 1920 1.37. Rev. Price visited Mr. and Mr.. J. J. Sebastian Saturday nnd Sunday. Mr. T. O. Hill, Mrs. T. C. Jenkins Misses Margaret Hrndshaw and Sadie IN DETAIL MUSICAL MaU ARTS Beazley spent Tuesday with friends Bry- - Duugherty, Edd, $4.74. Dunn, Jesse, 1920.1919 $3.88. Elkln, T. C, 1919 $4.40. Swinebroad, G. II.. 1920 Frl- Swinebroad, Mrs. Kate, 1920, $10.24. lay. Spier. J. It., 1920 $1.58. Mr. and Mrs. Henderson Sanders Smith, Frank, 1910 $1.58. Kstes, Geo., 1920 $1.58. of Ohio have been visiting their Thomas, D. A., 1 92 $17.34. (ioldsteiti, Louis, 1920 $12.00. daughter, Mrs. Hoburt Price before Tucker, Jas.. 1920 $1.68. Cooch, Chas., 1920 $1.92. going to their new home at Lawrence- $5.48. Vaughn, S. G., 1920 $3.45. Greer, J. II., burg. Vnnhook, Ollie, 1920 $5.20. Gaston, S. G., 1920 $1.58. Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Sander nnd Walker & Klch, 1918 $4.47. Hamilton, W. 11.. 1920 $9.30. daughters, Mr. and Mr. Herbert Win., Wataon, Hatcher, Geo., 1920 $0.83. Whittaker and family spent Sunday $8.93. llibbard, K. C, In with Mr. and Mrs. Whittaker West, Alex, 1920-191- 9 $3.38. $14.39. Madison county. Wheeler. Mrs. Dora & Sons, 1920 Hutchison, W. C, 1920 $2.19. Mrs. W. II. Guilty nnd son, Frank, $94.91. $4.7 1 Hyatt. J. M.. of Iiucaster, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Gul- WhltUiker, J. S., 1920 $2.37. Jenkins, Ambrose, ley and daughter, of Nicholasvllle,' Williami, P. II., 1920 $8.23. 1917 $0.58. spent the 4th. with Mr. and Mrs. It. Williams, Jno., 1920 $2.00. Killlon. A. L. 1920 $1.58. W. Sanders. Wood, Ben, 1920 $2.09. lackey, Mrs. D. M., 1920 $10.24. Woods, W. U., 1920.1919-1918-191- 0 Irene, the eight months old daugh1920-191Lancaster Flour Mill, $7.94. ter, of Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Hurt, 198.41. Fronkle KturTman, Treat. died Friday at their home near J. M. Metlf, 191913.90. (7.7.3U) and was buried in the cemeMiddUtoa. Tom, 1920 $4.25. tery here Saturday at eleven o'clock. $0.22. MIllK. J. K.. 1920-181- 9 The family have the sympathy of the BUCKEYE Moort. C. F., 192012.80. entire community. Mou, W, E., Mr Mattle Harvey is vlsltlnc Mrs, Murphey, Manford, Lucy East. Men who smoke strong pipes often 1917 f.2. Mr. J. P. Prather is visiting hit wonder why they are no longer kissMurph.T, E. L., daughter, Mrs. Jim Stapp In Lxltf ed. But the women don't. Murrey. Slmmle, in Jessamine county. Mr. and Mrs. Forest Curtis of antsville, Mrs. I.. L. Sanders anil of Crab Orchnrd, visited Mr. $201.87. Mrs. Hiram Hay Thursday and Quartette Entertalnmanl. This Opening Program Sit the Key. note of the Entire Program. Id 2 DclV 3 Day 4?Day nd Introducing Instrumental Quartettes, Real Glees, Vornl Quartette and Comedy .Sketches With Novelty nnd Fun. Re-ple- te on, nnd y KENDREE CONCERT PARTY Scotch Entertainers Happy Presentation of Musical Art Rich in Popular Appeal. PROF. MILTON BROWN Lector, "The Probl.m of the Unprepared." li'or. Forceful, Concise Speaker In a Popular Discussion. "CAPPY RICKS" The Great American Comedy Drama One Solid Year at Morosco Theatre, New York. Delightful Comedy Success, Dramatized From the Famous Peter II. Kyne Saturday Evening Post Stories. QUINTETTE MERRYMAKERS Pleasing Folk in u Progrnm of Tuneful Melodies and Happy Ideas. A big Attraction. HON. T. F. PARIS Lecture "Community Welfare." Intelligent Discussion of Community Problems That Will Awaken All. Teat-ersvll- le 0. 1920-1919.19- SMILIN' BOB RRIGG Entertainment Known as the "Joy Night Man." Story Teller, Crayon Artist, Musician and Mirth Maker DR. W. R. CAOY 5 Day th Lecture Conducting Scientific Experiments, With Illustrations, in a Novel and Unique Manner. 1929-19l9-J9- .il