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GREAT SPORT NEW LIVESTOCK An Explanation VOTES KILLING NEAR HOLDS GUN WILL Friends of those who have been BRYANTSVILLE Fishing Off Coast nominated for president of the Cham her of Commerce are pushing the Cham claims and cards have been dlstrib Is Being: Dis Give Choice Lunsford Is Caused By Reuted asking to vote for a certain man Commerce Islands. for President. .Sow in justice to ly Shoots Brown Weapon these candidates we with to announce . Jr., Writes Officers. Major Robert E. Tut!.-that these cards were gotten out the A new circular dealing with High Up without their consent or knowledge organization nnd management o Uterastiag Letter. was only done to create a friend Nisjht. and Final Election livestock shipping associations Is be In Kcbert Lunsford, aged 31 yean ly rivalry. This is a case where th College of Agri iThc following letter written by ing dstributed by the office seeks the man and not the man shot nnd instantly killed, Brown Jas who The entire membership of th Major Itobert K. Turley, of the Coast culture to farmers of Kentucky per last Tuesday afternoon. There New York Scientists and inven- the office. Artillery Corps now located at i ana- - are interested in forming such so Chamber of Commerce should attend were no eye witnesses to the killing tori discussed the remarkable qualpublication states that the final election of officers at th am! who married Mlsi i.Mla M clations. The ma. nnd the only details of the fatal ities of a new gun, which Dr. Miller more, of this city, H so interesting, livestock shipping associations have court house tomorrow (Friday) night shooting comes from Lunsford him Reese Hutchinson, former chief en furnished n cheaper method of mar when the ballots will be distributed we got the consent of Mr. hlmore to Is now in the county jail gineer self, who for Thomas A. Edison, claims ketlng livestock, have saved their among the members, which will elect publish It. We know many of our awaiting hl.s examining trial which may be developed to hurl a projectile patrons actual dollars and cents und n President, Vice President and three To Speak Here Cour reader will enjoy It. Kdltor.) has been set for tomorrow. of Ave tons from 200 to 300 miles. for that reason have been successful directors. Mr. J. W. Elmore, It seems that there had been some Its velocity, he declared, ranges Day. and extended over a vast territory The referendum was sent out t jinc.iter. Ky. feeling between the parties for some from one to five miles a second. within a period of a few years. Co nil members last ueek and practical Dear Sir: time, as at the time of the shooting, The noise it made at a demonstra shipping has placed the ly every member voted. From this Judge K. C. O'Hear. of Frankfort both were armed. They had been tion If you will Ret the old family atlns operative recently sounded much like the farmer in more intimate touch with vote the three highest choices for th one of the down from the shelf, blow the iluit most prominent Republi working together in n hay field of click of a cash register, though only and demand in above officers will be taken from th cans Its cover, and turn to where market conditions lawyers in the state of Ken Charlie Deitrick's and were return n miniature weapon, and from with an eight-inc- h many communities has resulted in nn list which has already been checked tucky, will Central America run Into the south-eaddress the farmers am! ing home to dinner, when an argu barrel, was used. Its projectile Increase in the amount of stock rais by the referendum committee nnd continent, you will find the Hay tobacco growers of Uarrard county ment arose over some tools which may be stopped in a sheet of steel ed nnd an improvement in its quality. will be submitted Friday night. Court Day, Monday, July 25th, in Jasper claimed Lunsford had broken with the precision of a trolley car. of Pannma, bounded on the north by There are a few livestock shipping The names to be voted upon to the interest of the the Isthmus of Panama, on the east mar up. This brought on more excited The gun Is the invention of John In Kentucky at the pres morrow night are as follows: ketlng of tobacco which is now of so talk, and at this time, so Lunsford Temple, an Englishman, who devel Columbian coat. extending associations by the outh. ent time, the circular states, and the For President; A. D. Joseph, I.. ( much Interest to the growers through elaims, Jasper drew his pistol an; Into the Pacific ocean on the oped the idea in this country. which is being displayed in Davidson und G. 11. Swinebroad; for out the state of Kentucky and on the west by Puntn Mala (a interest started toward him, Lunsford at this The demonstration, held in the named it in dicates that n number of others will Vice President; I G. Davidson, A explorer At this time an organization will time drew his pistol and fired twice, presence of scientists and newspaper the Spanlth be formed In the near future. D. Joseph, and W. A. Furnau. Th be effected anil many pledges will b one 151'..) At longitude 78 west and shot hitting Jasper in the back was, curiously enough, held To operate successfully an aocia llt from which three Directors will taken from those favoring this plan just below the shoulder blade. He men,Hutchinson's office on the fifty-fir-in Utitude north nearly nine l a most Dr. containing tion must have sufficient business, ef be selected are: W. O. Goodloe, W, which has proven so popular In many fell and expired in picturesque archipelago a few minutes, floor of the Woolworth building. ficient management ami the loyal A Furnau, A. D. Joseph, G. it. Swine the Pearl Islands, unduputably the support of of the other counties in the blu It Is claimed that Jasper's pistol was The testing grounds consisted of a nil times broad, John M. Farra, - G. David Its members at fishing grounds In the mot famous found in his scabbard and had never box of sand on the floor of the office, according to the publication. It son, ('has. M. Thompson, W, F, gras. world, also world famous for their An organization was launched in been drawn. Jasper came to this over which was placed a sheet of takes up In detail the method of or Champ and S. G. Haselden. pearl fishing bed. There are hun ganizing Stanford last Monday and about county from Jessamine about one steel of an inch thick. an association, how the or rang all splendid men; have 22&.000 pounds of tobacco was pledg year ago. He was single Thee are dreds of Islands in thi croup, and about Pointing the gun downward toward ganization operates and several oth been active in launching the Chambe ed, from the crowd present which Ins In aire from a small but rugged er subjects of special 5 years old. I.unif:rd has a wife the fifty offices filled with people be to far- of Commerce nnd a capable und ef interest by Im was not very large. Concerning the and five children and has never been neath him. Dr. Hutchinson discharg rock to long stretches covered mers who ship livestock. The publi tirient set of officers can easily be penetrable Jungles of tropical plant. the meeting the Interior Journal in any trouble before. ed the weapon and the cash register cation was written by O. II. Jesness, .elected from the above list. says : The first Island reached from the chief of the Kentucky Agricultural click was heard. In the sheet of Can-a- t of the organlza I'nder the A fairly good crowd Pacific entrance of the Panama of tobacco steel there was lodged a projectile Experiment Station of Markets and tion, the officers of this board shall growers met at the court house Mon It Pacheca about 31 miles out to D. (!. Card, three inches long and one-hainch the sa, and the lat is a lonesome rock, The circular a Ismember of und wction. consist of a President, Vice Presi day afternoon and heard the advnn in diameter. The ends stuck out on No. 104 may be dent and three directors (the above tages of an organization explained Would Gatera. about 70 miles olT the Coast obtained Crop cither side of the steel. free by ur.tting the Kxperi- officers constituting the board of di by Joseph Passonneau, organization of Panama. Dr. Hutchinson explained that the ment Station, Lexington. rectors) a Treasurer ami a Secretary manager for this state. After his It so happens that one Mr. Itobert- Yields On tail end of the projectile was tread to be selected by the board of direr splendid explanation a permanent son. General Manager of the Intered and served the purpose of a bolt. tors but are not to bo members of organization of the growers of the national Hanking Corporation in This feature, he declared, could be the board. The three directors are county was perfected. J. S. Mocker Panama, has done many favors in used in bolting a plate over a hole a INCREASING each to head departments nnd to be was made chairman and W. H. Substantial crop increases could be in the hull of a leaking ship at sea. such as business matter In charge of same as follows: large stock of pearls and Panama Shanks vice chairman of the county obtained on many Kentucky farms Dr. Hutchinson said a demonstra bonds for n firm of shippers and Thru- - (A) DEPARTMENT OF OH at large, tor Itthe Stanford magis by the use of limestone, according tion was held recently in the New In Public CASSATION' AFFAIRS: traders. Plnel Hrothers In Panama terial district .M. Ulackerby was to soils and crops specialists who York navy yard of the practicability City, and in order to show their apmade chairman and J. II. Foster vice Membership, state that this material is badly need of deep sea riveting with the gun. A chairman; for the Waynesburg dis- - ed on most sols of the State. Soils diver went thirty-fiv- e preciation they offered Mr. Robert-o- n Entertainment. feet below the the use of one of their ships, a trict James M. Reynolds was made containing less than one per cent of surface nnd fired a shot. The diver Finances, There is a distinctly increasing In ea going schooner, for a three day chairman and D. R. Adams vice chair calcium have been found to respond refused to believe the gun had been Publicity. through cruise and fishing trip around the terest in pubic health work (H) DKPAKTMKNT OF PUHLIC man; for the Hustonville district W. to treatment with limestone and for discharged, as he said there had been Kentucky, Dr. A. T. McCormack, Cowan, chairman and M. It. Car this reason the specialists believe no percussion and no recoil. He Pearl Islands. Mr. Robertson called out AFFAIRS: together a Jolly bunch of fishermen, State Health Offcer, declared upon son vice chairman, and for the Crab that this form of fertilizer could be was shown the plate of the ship he Welfare. and on Friday night. May 27. 1121. his return from a tour of inspection Orchanl district Thomas N. Uutt. profitably used by Kentucky farmers, had fired into, however, and later a Legislation. Harbor of eight county health departments. we set sail from Panama chairman. The vce chairman of this Poorer soils need the material more pressure of eight tone was required Agricultural, bout 8:00 P. M. The party consist-e- d "I found," he said, "the county Istrict will be named later. There than those which are in a high state o force the projectile from its place. Highways. every county I visited wll be a meeting of the growers and of Messrs. Kobertson: Martin, gen- health board in fertility. Some soils of the State (C) DEPARTMENT OF BUS1 others In the Farm Bureau head- of eral manager of the Panama Ship-pin- alive and on the Job and I was in are so much in need of limestone that Hath, Clark, Madison, Scott, Harri NESS AFFAIRS: Loses. Agfnrle; SchaerTer, general quarters next Saturday afternoon at even a light application of from 500 manager of the American Foreign son, Insure., Hell and Knox counties 30 o clock to elect a general see- - to 1,000 pounds of finely ground lime Industrial, Lancaster lost to Harrodsburg yes Generally I encountered a popular Banking Corporation; Mortel. auditor Transportation, retary and attend to other important would be helpful in obtaining a stand terday afternoon on the latter' the Panama Canal; McGinnl. interest in public health such as I for Retail. business. Considerable enthusiasm of clover, according to R. E. Stephen ground, in one of the best games of Ham- never ran into before. owner of the Balboa llrewery; was shown and many of the growers son, crops extension specialist from the season. Abuses. The final score being "We are getting reports," he said Connor, mer, canal quartermaster; Under each department there shall pledged not only their membership the College of Agriculture. 5 to 3. A large crowd of local boosAncon Hopsital; I.ear, when asked about health conditions be four committees with a chairman but support of the organization. chief of the The question, "Which soils need ters were on hand and quite a little general foreman of the Panama Kail In the counties visited, "of very un of each (in all 12 committees.) limestone?" could be answered by delegation of rooters from Lancasroad Company; Captain Hunt, com usual prevalence of dysentery and The chairman of committees will the statement that soil which do not ter. "Happy" Chandler, of LexingNEW CIRCULAR manding officer of the I' S. battle .summer complaint in children all be selected as follows; have large amounts of loose lime ton, pitched for our boys, while King, Kentucky. This seems Crain, over Kastem ship, Tacoma; and Colonel will The director of department stone rock or fragments in or near of Lexington, was in the box for Harmyself of the to be due largely to the unusual submit a list of four nanies Colonel Ilrown, and for Lunch the surface generally need an appil rodsburg. "Dick" Lackey played a army. As Dr. Connor, a huge Texan drought, which has concentrated the chairmanship of the committees cation of the material. Limestone fine game, making a home run in the of some 240 pounds, climbed over infection in the reduced water sup- under his department to the board Problems. s being generally used, some of the fifth inning. plies. the rail of the schooner to come on of directors, for ratification. Where rich Blue Grata soils, the fertile, corn "In the cities and towns where the upon each chairman of committee af board his foothold slipped and he fell The hot school lunch is coming to belt prairie soils and the poorer soils New with a splash Into the water and was water supply is properly filtered and er being elected by the board will be nn important institution in many of all types being treated with it. 1,000 Bushels chlorinated and where the milk is submit to the board a list of two rescued with some difficulty, but his rural schools of Kentucky according Any practice which was unnecessary good sprits were restored by some .pure or effectively pasteurized there names as members of this com.Seed has been no increase in diarrhea, mittee, which also must be ratified by o a new circular on school lunches and unprofitable would not meet with dry clothes and a sample of liquid from the College of Agriculture such universal approval. When a That Ashland, the new pedigreed from Mr. McGinnis' but there is a serious danger of nn the board. refreshment which is being distributed to inter soil needs an application of limestone ariety epidemic of this class of disease in of wheat developed by the brewery. We accused the Doctor of Is spoken of as a "sour" or "acd" uui ociore any or these com sted persons in the State. The it To mittees are appointed, u Kentucky Agricultural Experiment knowing the contents of McGinnis' many sections of the State. referendum ublication has been designed to help soil, which means that most of the Station will be popular with farmers baggage and fulling overboard on guard against this the State Hoard will be sent to every member of the schools which are starting lime has been removed from it. urging everyone in Ken- Chamber of Commerce, asking four when the wheat-sowinof Health season ar- purpose in order to sample It. "It is a matter of experience that Ives is shown by the fact vaccinated important questions, among them with one hot dish for lunch but it al that re When the roll was called and an tucky to have himself so contains information which can be as a rule limestone soils arc more even dozen answered to their names, against typhoid." Will you serve on a Committee to used by schools servng several dishes productive than other soils. Poor quests have already ben received by the agronomy department of the stawe searched about for a suitable elp carry out the plans of th or a complete lunch. soils on the other hand are usually tion from various farmers of the nantv for the crowd and finally hit New Location. mamucr oi commerce; II so The circular discusses a number of poorln limestone. When a field eras- - state for more than 1,000 bushels of upon the name, Perlas Double Sex what committee? points In detail including equipment. s to grow clover It is generally an seed from this variety. I have moved my store to the west Only 100 tette, perla being the Spanish for preparaton of the lunch, swing, indication that limestone is needed. bushels will be available for distripearl. As we rounded Sun Jose side of Lexington street Just otf the keeping accounts, planning lunches On noils where lime is extremely de- bution for the station, Loses members of Rock with three motor boats in tow, square, where I will be glad to have nd suggestions for lunches. It al ficient poverty grass, moss, golden-rothe department said, but farmers who Lightning struck the barn of James so includes the towllne parted ond the boats were my old customers and many new sorrel and briars are prevalent. wish to sow this receipes a number of variety during the adrift. Captain Hunt had brought ones. Call on me for the best bar Clark, on the Dunville road last Sathlch can be used in preparing the Such a soil is usually poor in organic Coy Sander. urday afternoon, setting it on fire lunch. The circular it No. 95 and matter and becomes hard In dry coining fall are being referred to the of the motor boats from the Ta gains in town. two , 5 farmers who have just harvested Ky. nnd wiu totally destroyed. Los sev coma, and Mr. Martin brought the may be obtained free by writting the weatner witn the result that crops all the Ashland wheat grown in the eral thousand dollars, with small in Experiment Station, Lexington. third. There were two sailors on produced on it are usually of poor State during tho post year. Ashland surance. each of the navy motor boats, and quality and low yield. wheat grown by two negroo on Martin's boat, no "It is commonly believed that soil inspected while these farmers was Rev. N. 11. Young, of Paint Lick, Burffin Gaines, the Insurance man, takes still in the field and fearing that they would flounder in has just closed one of the most sue overlying limestone will not need fou nd to be free from noxuous tho rough sea, all hands set to work cessful meetings of his career, at Uy care of all such losses, either by fire, The Rurgin boys oro coming over liming. This is often a mistaken weeds or bad mixture with other to round up the drifting boata throw- bee, Ky., where fifty conversions lightning or wind. o tomorrow, (Friday) af onclusion. The fact that large varieties ot wheat. During the six ing them a line as we circled around Were the result, with 24 accessions to ternoon, nnd another good game is stones are present n the soil and scat- years that it has been grown at the Up in the dark and finally had them tied tho church. Itev. looked for. A good bunch of rooters tered about the surface is not a sure oung was assist Experiment Station Ashland has exto the schooner with a stronger tow ed in part of the meeting by Itev. Conn tlew into Lancaster last should and doubtless will go out. indication that finely ground atone ceeded all ltris other popular varieties of line. When wo were undtr way Itev. Carl Vogel. Monday and has his headquarters on Hicks will probably be in the box for will not benefit tho soil. The fine wheat grown In Kentucky In again, some inqulstlve member of the stone leaches rapidly and a soil may During two recent meetings of Mr. the landing field on Lexington pike, ancaster. yields produced. tho party discovered that all of the Young, ho has had 130 conversions just beyond "Lovers Lane." become sour in a short time in spite provisions had not been loaded on and 02 accessions, since the last con the limestone formation. Except If you have never had the sensaSave board, so we had to stop again and ference. in the Blue Grass region It Is neces FOR SALE Beautiful Colonial tion of a trip through the air, don't drop anchor. A council of war was The local ice plant Is now using sary to use phosphate preferably add Residence and 12 acres ot land, let this opportunity pas you. The held and it was decided to send two I have on sale, shipped me by mis aeroplane Is in charge of Mr. Aaron the city water and the residents of phosphate with limestone in order to known as the Curt Robinson home, of the party to Balboa In one of the take 25 dozen Bleached Pepprel Coatee, a competent and experienced the town are asked not to sprinkle get best result." Ave miles from Lancaster on Lexingmotor boata for the provisions. It ready made Sheets. 72 x 00 in. 29 pilot, having seen 19 months army their lawns during thia dry and hot ton pike. Will sell at a bargain, or was no easy task to go over the side dozen Bleach Turkish Towels, 22 x 44 training. He uses the Curtis Plane season. Chief Bratton says, unless To he gives away at trad for a farm off pike. Also have of the tchooner and elide down a inches. I am closing these out at ri of the army type. something is done to conserve the Opera Hosts Moastar lft. Jvly St, 45 acres of laid, with good hoiu rope into the motorbeat while the tea diculously tow pricee while they last water, we may, like other towns in (Court Day) ONE REGISTERS mile off Lextagtea and barn, one-hawas rolling in and total Bg the ehip Sheets, 11.19; Towels 38 cents. Car af Rea l hsmela just reeoir. Kentucky, experience both a water sHJROC GILT, frees tho faaaosts pike that li a bargain for quick sate. R. H. Batson Cash Store.! esi, HosUo 4 Faraau. (Continued oil fourth page.) and an ice faaine. CaMetreaa Fara, Ualsui. Kr. G. C. Walker, tf ASSOCIATION Of Panama Near Pearl Circular tributed. SHOOT 200 MILES For Robert ber Of Jasper. Fatal Stir markable Tried Out Skyscraper. JUDGE O'REAR m st I- three-quarte- by-la- LIMESTONE lf INTEREST Increase Many Farms. Health out State. s; Lancaster Outlines The Wheat Of Requested one-roo- 1 g Barn d, l.ani-astcr- Great Meeting lay Tomorrow In The Air. The Water "--i- tii'i lf The Central Record, Lancaster. Ky.. Thursday, July 14, 192 ing to estimates made by soils and crop specialist of the station. The aecragc was divided among 32 farms in 1C counties and is expected to pro duce from 8,000 to 10,000 buihtlt of jrrain which will be available for iced this fall. The new strain of wheat which has been the highest yielder at the Experiment Station farm for the last i i years was developed from one head out of about SOO heads sclectrd in 1013. In lOI'i enough wheat was ncre secured to plant three plots and the strain gradually deThe first veloped from that time. distribution of weed from the station was made in the fall of 1019 when SO bushel were tent out. In the fall of 1020, 300 bushels were distributed which resulted in the crop for this yrar. The Ashland is similar to all strains of Fulti in appearance. HowFlavor 7a ever, the straw of Ashland Is somet-- fl what stltTcr than that of Fultr and slightly lighter In color. It hns proved to be n consistant yielder in Central Kentucky anil gives excellent results wherever Fultz wheat has been popular. 500 During the years from 1015 to 1010 Inclusive the average yield an NEW acre of Ashland at the Experiment Station has exceeded those of the In three leading varieties ow wheat in the State Including Jersey Fultz, More htan SOO ncrc.i of Ashland Fulcnster and Currcll's Prolific. wheat, the new pedigreed (train, Ashland yielded an average of 33.0 developed by the Kentucky Agricul- bushels, Jersey Fultz 31.3 bushels, tural Experiment Station have juit Fulcaster 30.2 and Currcll's Profic been harvested in Kentucky, accord 28.0 bushels. 1 Qstt Lixififtt t PufM; Try - NR Plain Nvtm Gregory Br HAZEL BLAIR CLOSE REfORT OF THE CONDITION Of Tli NATIONAL BANK OK LANCASTKII. llSTMKEJ one-tent- h iMfirlin'r1' It Is A mistake In continually yourself with so.ralled Uxallsrf- lll. coloiml. nil, urr ami cnthartlrs nml force loot I action. It weakens the Liwrls nn llvrr and makn ilo.lnir necessary rlstht today to Why don't you erercomo your constipation nml net your system In .uch ha that dally unnccr.anryT You purging will t ran do sxi If nu net n I.'.o Nix of Nsturs'a R.mtdy (Ml Tiitlt) nml take onn earn tiixht (or n week or mi. Nit TnMrt ilii much more lh.in tner.ly cause, pleasant easy towel acThU medicine net. Un the tion. ellmlnatlie oraans well dlftlie na tro.nl ndigestion, cnusea tlin promote t it ft the nourishment frvm nil the food you rat glirs you n pood, lirarty npelite. strt ngthrna llio llier. reul.tes kidney Dirrcomes Mlloiiti-rn- , ami howel action nml irliea the whole) n Ihonnirh etennlng out. Thl accomplished you will not hvn to tak medicine every d.iy. An ocenslonnl Nil In condit will krrti your tion nml you can nlwavs feel your best Try Naturs'a R.m.dy (Nil TaMetai nml pmin this. It l the tnertlrlno that you can use nml costs eontatnlng mouth to only iia wr days. Nsturs's R.m. List mentv-fln- i tdy (Nil Tablets Is sold, puraniced and recommended by your druxglit. McROBERTS DRUG STOKE. cvn-sla- nt NO. MM. KKNTUCKY, AT TIIK OF BUSINESS ON JUNE 30, 1921. -t.. (it nil. Wuta tlrricurjrr uM Uie mnti uti 'tulunlly. the Nurse (Irvsorjr approached her Patients oIhuji were petulant, rrrn the best of tliem, the day after an operation, eicelilly when, na In this ease, there u only a smalt hope Butt the ejenljjM would eter be reThirty-livgained. jeurs old und "Ml lln tl KKSOUKCKS . Ii ... ... a. is nnu niscoums, inci i.iioK .....,v. Loans 'V cept those shown In b and r) None! unnecured. Sol. It I..- ..nr.-.- l ilvxr.lmrta Deposited to secure circulation (U. f, bonds par .II.slst 1. -',, "M7 71 UI.MJ All other" Unite! "SbUcsVioveriinient Securities.. 4!,000.00 d.000.00 D.1,000.00 Other bond, stocks, securities, etc I 25,872.50 lly lly lal-li- lly l'l ACRES OF WHEAT State. Are Harvested Fall Growth Of Sweet Clover Makes Best Hay Hay from sweet clover is host ob tained from the fall jrrowth 0f princ- sown seed provided the land on which it was grown Is fertile, according to Halph Kenney, crop, extension speci alist from the College of Agriculture. The second year's crop may lie graz ed otf entirely or grazed until late May and allowed to grow up for seed. Another way of handling the second year's crop is to mow it with a high stubble when it is about IS inches hgh and let the material rot. The pracsecond growth following thi tice will make an excellent seed crop that is not too tall to bind and one which will make ns much seed as can be harvested successfully from a crop that was not grazed or cut to hold it back. of the year "There are two during which under favorable conditions sweet clover may be cut for hay. The first is the autumn of the same year the seed was sown ami the second Is the following spring. This latter period is the one in which perhaps most sweet clover in Kentucky is cut for hay. The crop is harvested when from '.M to 30 inches high and before the blooms appear. There are many farmers .who are successful and well pleased with thi method of handling the crop. However, the coarse quality of such hay. the thick, rteshy In curing the stems and the los of leaves in handling it so great that many farmers object to tit and say it is not woth the trouble. This keeps many from growing the crop. "It is n mistake to think that sweet clover is a legume ami looks something like alfalfa, it must be cut often and handled tho same Proper understanding of how way. best to handle jtweet clover creates and keeps friends of the crop, while misunderstanding simply leads to dis appointment. Many farmers have cut hay during the secimd year'n growth and killed their stand. Tins Is a real dancer and the sensible thing to do never to handle it that way." IFOR PLUMB- ING SEE MCCARTHY 1 i swm Shop Phone 9. The PLUMUEK Gattrriif, Etc. Lcxiag tea St Lancaster, Kjr. 7,000.00 1,000.00 Furniture and llxtures shuddered to think of ItnnL- 20,552.fl I i.l. i this ctrixif innii perhaps condemned ,i.iiwiui " mho L.l....f :i,372.7K to it life of Inactivity and wretched' I Cash In vault nnd amount due from national bank ati,a"2.78 ties.. Total of Hems 'J, IU, II. 1.. ami i. "Vou want some orange Juice" he Checks on hanks locnteil outsinc oi ciiy or 177.40 of reporting bank nnd other cash Items asked. "No, I wnnt to talk to you, ntire. Kedemptlon fund with U. S. Treasurer nnd due 2,500.00 -- from U. S. Treasurer You know, ilurlng the two uerk that Iwn here, before my ovrntloii, 437,H14.'Ji5 TOTAI herr soring the Unlit, und hardly hop-InI.IAllll.ITIKS. to, l'ti well, )ou've ln'come sort $50,000.00 Capital stock paid in of neeesury to me." 50,000.00 -- tt i Mirplui runii Nure Cieiiory .lulled softly. 0,52(1.1)3 wa idee to be tieeenary to anyone. Undivided profits 44 J 52 and taxes accrued ns tieeeury to none except Heserved for interest She for the sake of her skillet! hands nml Less current expenses. Intercut and taxe paid.... 7,470.43 Mircud Intelllcetire. 50,000.(10 And this innii . Circulating notes outstanding 3.00 -- Arthur tirahain had none to rare for Certified checks outstanding 3.00 him. He liai III i ll a .Ingle life, Total of Item- - 21. Ti, 23, 21. nnd 2fi 2S0.335.53 In hU work as u pointer of Individual deposits subject to check Total of demand deposits (other thnn bank destained until the eipb'shm of Items 27, 2S, 21', posits) subject to Iteserve, chemlmln lliut usrclcil hli otudlo mid 20,335.53 IK), and II blinded htm. "Do jou think I'll eier recoier my t J 137.8 l.!J ... . TOTA. . i Mktil tho p.itletit. I i , ... iiuiihi-i-..i ioumy aiaie oi neuiuch),l!iftKI.,r utuith, nlinvo.niinied ImnV. ilo nteninli "We hope no. The doctor there I iweiir CI ll..,ini- I. n righting elm m . He'll know when that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and the hstidnci"! lire relumed next Tues- belief. S, C. DF.NNY, Cashier. day." Subscribed and sworn to before me this flth. day of July. lt21. I slightO. David-o- n, Notary Public. "Ma n't I ral them eier My Commission expires Jan. Mh. 1021. ly, nuro7 I wnnt to uhut you Correct Attest: Alex It. Denny l.nk like." -V. M. Klllott No!" ulie cried In nlurm (I. II. Swlnebroad Ntire tiregory sat down by hi. bedDirectors. side. "Stippo-- e I talk to jou Instead," she said. When he hnd Wt tho hospital ' The man who knows n few things The speed maniac Is no longer n and soii to her room In the nurse' 'generally knows He is just a plain d. f. maniac. them well. home, die wept hltterly. She had lirunu to rare for this patlrtit of hers Heauty that is only skin deep often An easy way to make money is to more than for any mail the had eier forget that vanishes over a hot cooking range. it is a hard job. known, nml he did not wnnt him to retrain Ida lsht. No, he WHiiti-i- l him always to be REPORT OF THE CONDITION Mind, mi that lie rould he dependent Of Tb. on her, am! mi that he should never wa the worst thought that know. It eier. came to her. She fell on lor No. 2888. knei-sblind I Hanking llou- - She - rr-e- iun s; ' ; ........ ....... s. 1 I rje-iUht- ms -- CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK guests of Mr. and Mrs. Orbin Thomp son Sunday. Mr. Hnrrson Dean and family and Berry picking is almost over in this Mr. J. R. Duncan attended a birthday section. dinner of Mr. Wm. Duncan, at the Mr. Herbert Stone is quite ill with home of his daughter, Mrs. Irvin Blakeman, in Polly's Bend Sunday. Typhoid fever. Rev. Manly was entertained by Mr. Miss Syler closed the term of the and Mrs. Harry Stone Sunday. Sewing Club on last Tuesday afterMr. Spencer Scott, of Cincinnati, noon at the school building here. A is the guest of his sister, Mrs. Wm. very entertaining program was renOnstott. dered and the first prize was given Mrs. Joe Duncan and children, of Miss Eivn Jennings, 2nd., Miss Velma Bryantsville, were with Mrs. Harrison Thompson and 3rd., to Mis Georgia Barker. Misses I.orainc Brumfield. Dean Monday. Helen Spivcy and Filda Grow were Little Lucy Mac Teater, of Manly, also given silver thimbles. is spending n few weeks with Miss Filda Louise Grow. Messrs. Geo., Evan and Edward Rogers, of Danville, were here Monday, berry picking and were with Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Grow. STORMES DRUG STORE Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Thompson and children, of Bucna Vista, were MT. HEBRON (Delayed.) dif-llucl- ty """snBW SUMMER HARDWARE IN GREAT VARIETY You can find Let's Pull A Picnic. A it? town picnic who's for nythlitf you need in hard- ware at this store. You caa depend upon the quality of anything you buy at this store. You can get a close price on any article In tins store. Profitable experience teaches our friends IS that is nous I U pa J liicill to accp lis iuuvii ml t h na iu a a M tsik niui u. Tools for the farm. Tools for all trades. Cutlery for every home. Granite and other ware for the kitchen. L traction? Let's stay at home, clean tip the town, ami let our wives and daughters and sweethearts serve as the attraction and our inspiration. The town needs it, and it would he a barrel of fun to tloi it. i Where will we ko, what will we do, who will he the star at j jj V? I I I I ! DecKer I ni.. 1 I sl o nn Danara i i We might turn it into an old Directors. . i. .. .1 ' t ii i. ; kiiiii iasiiiuiu.'u iiaiueetie, uiu i.t Rough on Irving. our ancestors enjoyed so much. Sir Heitry Irilng UMd to tell tin Don't Judge n woman by the hat A wise man never underrates the Two or three hours of work amusing story about himself. lie she wears. It may not be her own. ability of his opponent. !y all of the male inhabitants asked the cabman who used to take Ilooze is olflcinlly dead, but it in "" of this town would work won him to Ilo- theater If ho had eier seen Sneak kindlv to vuiir neii'Mmr. ders iu its appearance. It him net. Tin man replying In the iHe t. may do the same behind your doing ti lot of kicking nround in lt .... would also add one hundred negatlie. In lug k'uie him money to u.it s. i con in. buy rcnts for himself ami Ids wife. per cent to its sanitation. i nskeil The Of course, it might reduce the following day the actor of his driier what he thought tho revenue of our worthy doc- acting. "To tell you tint truth," said tors and druuKirtts anil under- the Ingenuous Jehu, "iw didn't go." W. 0. RIGNKY W H. DICKERSON takers, but they are all good "Not so," said Irilng, "when I gaie sports and would not complain. jou Hie money for seutsV They would even throw olr "Well, sir," said tho man, "It wins their coats and "jjo to it" with this way. It mis my missus' birthday, and uski-- her which she would prethe rest of us. is merely a suggestion. fer to dis go in seo jou act or go to This a dime museum und she suld she preWho will push it along? museum." A morning of clean-up- , a ferred the I r " . "Dear iod, forglie my sinful wish OF 1.ANCASTF.K. KKNTl'CKY. AT TIIK snd make Mm well agnln." she prayed, CLOSE OF BUSINESS ON JUNE 30, 1921. "liven Itioiigli I mil't loe lillil jet, ItKSOUKCKS rirn though I mint low him." Plain Nur- - tSrejory, tliey calb-Loans and discounts. Including rediscounts (exI3G1.C22.44 shown in b and c) cept tho-Hher ut the lioplliiI. and, for Ih matter of that, eierywhere. She was one Notes and bills rediscounted with Federal ltecrve Hank (other thnn bank acceptanceof those women whoie beauty is In th sold) $0,403.70 !35t,15S.7,i KOUl. The da)s pned. Tlie nun on th Overdrafts, secured, none; unsecured, $h27.!3 bed ws well ; there was only the Deposited to secure circulation (U. S. bonds of rolling the bndso to be par value) 50,000.00 Kne through the next day. 11,146.00 All other United States Government .Securities. ci.mvoo "Nurse," snld the man on the evening before, 'Sit down a moment. I Other bonds, utock, securities, etc. 3,300.00 7,000.00 I'm In Hanking House, wnnt to tell you omethlnc. 1,353.20 fc.353.20 Furniture and Fixtures loie Iu Ion with you. "If yau talk like that I shall leave you," i4 Id Nur 25,762.12 ".regory quietly, Lawful reserve with Federal Iteserve Hank Cah in vault and amount due from national though her heart was fluttering. batiks 31.52H..S0 Itut the man only laughed, and then, stretching out his tin ml nuddenly, he Amount due from banks, bankers, and trust In(other than in the United State found Nure (Iregnry's and took It cluded in Items 8, 0, or 10) 327.51 In both hli ii nd raised It to his II p. 10, 11. 12. nnd 13 i Total of Items 3I.S50.3I "Nurse," lie snld, "do jou know Checks on bank located outside of city or town what will ho the nrt ttilng that 1 . of reporting hark and other rah items. 352.55 hall do wheti I inn well It will he Hedemption fund with U. S. Treasurer and due he held her hand tightto auk . from U. S. Treasurer 2,'00.00 . ly iu hl 757.08 "to ink jou to be my wife." Other asets, if any When on the following morning the TOTAL I tK8.ooa.ir, doctors had iCM'tuhled In (!ruhiim's room Nute win n serene nx I.I.MI1LITIKS. eier. Tho patient snt In his chair Capital stock paid in 50,000.00 toward the light, hi- - bond upturned; d0.O00.0O only flio clenching of hl linger show- Surplus Fund Undivided' profits K.U3S.75 8.938.75 ed the tetiMou of hi neries. At tb Circulating notes outstanding 48.ti00.00 uniloetor's bidding Nure . . Certified checks outstanding . SI. 00 fastened the blindages. One turn Total of Items 21, 22, '..'I, 21, and 25 SI. 00 they fell from Individual deposit's subject to check... another mioiher, nml 2I0.107.H1 Ids nnd the man leaM-- up and Total of demand deposits (other than bank deposits) subject to Itevenuo 27, 2K, 2t, 110, stretehiil out his hands t thu sunand 31, light. 210,107,81 Certificates of deposit (other than for monuy The mlrnele had borrowed) 40,075.00 "Hut why n out jou go back?" Inthnn with Federal liewrve quired the doctor, half an hour later Hills payable, other ntl obligations Hank (including representing "He Is calling for you. You won't money borrowed other than rediscounts) 45,000.00 to say gi&d hy to blniT I thought jou cot along so well together." TOTAI 1103,003.10 Nurse With shaking kin-eState of Kentucky, County of Oiirrnrd. ss: I I.. (5. Davidson, went hsck Into the mom, Oruhiim wim Cashier of the above named bank, do solemnly standing, hU bnggiige packed, ready to swear that thu above statement Is true to the best of my knowO. DAVIDSON, Cashier. she held mil ledge and belief. leaie. Very Subscribed and sworn to before me this Hth. day of July, ll2I. her hand. S. C. Denny, Notary Public. "Oood-hy,she whli-red- . .My commlseion expires January Mb, 102 1, Iu hi He caught lo-nrins and Correct Attest: J. J. Walker pressed her cheek to his. "My loiet" L I.. Walker "How beautiful J'ou lie whispered. Shirley Hudson are!" - . - .... I" .. com-un!- e, jou" ... ......... ............ ..... On-gor- (in-gor- ..... .. On-gor- ml'x-nibl- r W. ; 1 0. RIGNEV & CO. Reiideiice Phone 33. I Fumral Oinctors and Embalmin Office Phone IB. BRYANTSVILLI, KENTUCKY. royal noonday feed served by Ha CelUctasJ. the finest aggregation of fem"I hear jou were held up, Joe, How inity in the world, and an af- did tli uctJ" "Oh, be was culm ami collected." rss ternoon of rollicking sport. turned the victim who hud lost every You can't beat It. thing but Ida clothes. New llufaM But will you do it? RegUtvr. robl-er . Lancaster, Kentucky. That Central Rocord. LuncattT, Ky. Thursday, Jufy 14. 1921 BRYANT3VILLE (Delayed.) BUCKEYE A series of meetings will begin here Monday evening, July 25th, Preaching here Sunday morning nt eleven o'clock, and Sun.tay evening at 7:30. Mr. and Mr. T. S. visited Mr. and Mr. Plerntt near Itichmond Sunday. Mr Hiram Hay and family spent Friday with Mr. Forest Curtis nnd family at Dryantsville. Mr. Hiram Hay, Mrs. Nora Teater, and Miss Kthel Hay were in Stanford the first of the week. Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Price and sons, visited Mr. and Mr. It. '.. Price near Paint Lick recently. Try a sack of Ballardt Obelisk Flour. We deliver In town. Hudson Jk Farnau. Mr. Hobt Noel, Mies Myrtle and Christine Davis v, sited relatives in Lancaster Saturday and Sunday. Mr. and Mr. Hr.idshaw and family of Danville, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Talbott Jenkins Sunday. Mrs. Flora Long and daughter, Mi.s Francis, of Nicholasville, visited friends here from Frday until Monday. Mrs. - F. Brown and daughter, Miss I.ora, Mrs. Buford West, Mr and Mrs. Billy Cotton, Mrs. Itobt and Mrs. Arthur Noel .pent Friday in Danville and HarrodsburgCards have been recved announcing the arrival of dene Hay. Ju!y 2. at the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Mrs. CrawCrawford in ford was formerly Miss Katie Mae Dickerson, of this place. Mr. Phi Prather and granddaughter. Miss Beulah Prather of Illinois, Misses Lielu and Minnie Teater, Carl and Homer Teater, of Lancaster, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Mai Carter. Pb-raI- As Usual We arc paying the highest market price for springers and all other poultry and eggs. We are paying 25cts per pound for nice Hams. Mr and Mrs O. M- Moreland were in Danville Saturday. Little Mist Kdna Mae Brooks is visiting relatives in Danville. Messrs. II. II. H.ilcomb and S. W. Hulcoinb were Crab Orchard visitors Jo till. I) Mr anil Mrs. Ilayden I.eavell of - ANO THER Thank You Sale We are so profouidly grateful for the splendid Iuuaster, spent the week-en- d with Mrs. Florence Ballard. Mis Thecsa Woods and Woods are spending teveral relatives in Lexington. Miss Jane Bowling was of friends in Danville last Mr. Kira days with the guest' week and patronage we have received from the people of this community during the past year that we want to show our appreciation in a manner more practical than the mere use of words. WE ARE GOING TO GIVE AWAY attended the Chautauqua. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Scott of Lan caster, were the guests Sunday of Mr nml Mr.. Will Jennings. Mrs. J. Hogan Ballard and Miss Danville Mayme Ballard were in shopping Thursday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Collwar Dawes of Par is, were week-envisitors of his parCOMPANY. ents, Dr. nnd Mrs. B. A. Dawes. K. L. HAGAN, Mgr. Marsce, Jr., Mr. ami Mrs. Noah and children, were Sunday guests of LANCASTER, KY. STANFORD ST., Mr. Forest Curti and family. 1.1 ME Use it Phone ui we want your prevents disease. liberally around all outhouses. Car Hudson ek Farnau. just in. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Frasce and attractive children are visiting their lorman. Homer, 1920 $3.62. MARKSHURY lli.Ile, Cox. larent. Mr. and Mrs. James Frasce l.Uf-$l.- 0o. Mr. Rvl liom t visiting relatives Mrs, C C. Becker has returned in I.ctchcr. Cox. P. II., 1920.1919.1918131.27 home after a ten days ttay with her Horn to Mr. and Mrs. Will Hamil- Cox. J.m. ister, Mrs. John Johnston of Belle $11.3$. Jeiiico, Ky. ton .1 girl. 1920 $2.20. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Ituble and Green Kstes sdd a veal calf for Crumin, Rurll. l.5s. Curtis. Clarence. 1920 7 cents per pound. Mr. Chenuult Ituble were the guesu $l.Gs. Conn. IHII.1920 last Thursday of Mrs. Jennie Ituble, IM and OUt Naylor told a bunch Christopher, Letcher, 1920-191in Danville. of cattle ranging In price from 4 to 13.92. Mr. and Mrs. Wiliam Broaddusand f crnl. Davis, J. S.. 192052.74. little son. of Lancaster, spent the entertained n Daugherty, Kdd. Miss Alice Sutton week-enwith Mr. and Mrt. W. J numlirr of young people at dinner $1.71. Broaddus and family. I920-I91Sunday. $3.S8. Dunn, Jes Mrs. Belle Tomlinson. and Miss Hnrve MrKane old a steer (i1 &4 Klkin, T. C. 1919 $4.40. Margaret Robinson are spending sevcent per pound. Koy Moberley old Kstes. Ceo., 1920 $1.58. eral weeks with Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Goldstein, Louis. 1920 $12.00. two veal calves for 130.00. Tomlinson, of Toledo, Ohio. Mr. and Mr. Hlankt were hot of Gooch. Cha.... 1920 $1.92. $5.48. Mrs. B. 11. Hitlcomb, Miss Mary Greer. J. II., 1920.1919-191- 8 .1 number of friends at a bountiful I.oui.s W. Messrs. Belel Halcomb, Gaston. S. G., 1920 $1.58. dlnuer Tuesday of last week. Hamilton, W. II.. 1920 $.30. Broaddus, B. A. Dawes, Jr., and JetT Try a tack of Ballards Obelisk Hatcher, Ceo., 1920 $0.83. hopping Halcomb were in Danville Flour. We deliver in town. Hibbard. K. C. Saturday. Hudson k. Farnau. $14.39. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Farley and chilHutchison, W. C. 1920 $2.19. Misse Susan K Sutton nnd dren, of Nicholasvslle, Mr. and Mrs. $ 1.7 1 I'ollard spent t'bataunua week Hyatt, J. M., Sam Deatherage, Misses Valinda and In l.ancaster n tbc quests of Mr. Jenkins. Ambrose, Mattie Joe Deatherage .of Richmond, 1917 $0.5ft. J. I. Hamilton. Mr. and Mrs. Kmbry Deatherage, of Kilhon. A. -. 1920 $1.58. North Middlctown. Ohio, were the Uckey, Mr. D. M.. 1920 $10.24. MT 11EBROX guests Sunday afternoon of Mr and I.ancaster Hour Mill, 1920-191- 9 Mrs. John W. Bryant. $98.41. Mr, W. II. Montgomery of I.anca-te- r Mr. Goebel Ballard and Miss Helen J. M. Metcalf, 1919 $3.90. i at Lock K tishlng ltay surprised their many friends 1920 $4.25. Mrs. Herbert Stone, who has the Middleton. Tom. last Thursday by motoring to Wilmore $C22. Miller. J. 1L. 1920-191- 9 typhoid fcer Is improving. and were married by the otficating Moore. C. F 1920 $2.80. minister, He v. Ceo. S. Conant. The Mr. Carrier lought from Mr Ar$0.40. Moss. W. K., 1920-191- 9 bride Is the attractive daughter of thur Montgomery some cattle at 58 Murphey, Manford, Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Hay, of Buckeye, cents per pound. 1917 $9.02. while the groom is the son of Mrs. Misses FIoic and Thelma Scott, Murphey, K. 1920-191- 9 $9.1 1 Florence Ballard and is a progressive of Lexington, are the gucstt of their Murphey, Simmie, 1919-191- 8 $3.10 young farmer and is congratulated cousin, Mr. Wm. Onstott, 7 $3.10. Merchant, J. S.. on winning such a loving girl as a Moffitt, A. S., $2.47 Little Miss Sallie Crawford, of help mate. Well spent ast week with her McCarty, J. M., 1920 $1.13. One of the most delightful of the Mis Mollie Crawford. $3.10. Murphey. Homer. 1920-191- 9 aunt, Informal alfalrs of the summer was Hen, Lime prevents disease, lis it lib Oaks. the "Ijiwn Fete" at which Mr. and $0.32. erallv around all outbuildings. Mrs. J. Hogan Ballard entertained Orand. John M. Heirs. 1918 $8.98 Monday evening at their lovely su Hudson A Farnau. Owsley, Mrt. F.llen. 1920 $9.99. burban home "Pine Crest" in honor Mrs. K. V. Scott spent n part of (M.ourne. Iloyd, 1920 $1.58. of Mr. and Mrs. Colivar Dawes, of week with Mrs. Lee Grow and lust Osbourne, llaicom, 1920 $1.58. Paris', who were the week-en- d guests Mm. Wm. Onstott at Locust drove. Osbourne, Karl, 1920 $1.58. of Mr. Dawes' parents. Dr. and Mrs, Ind. 1'eace. J. S.. 1920.1919-1918-191- 0 Miss Kdna Ilurdett, of Marion, B. A. Dawes. The lawn was artiS' is spending " few week. with her par$11.01. tically decorated with Japanese l.in Mr. and Mrs. tandram Ilurdett Paytic, J. 11., 1920 $20.18. ents, terns and the porch and pergsla with here. I'olf, Cha., lings in celebration of Independence Mrs. Andrew Clark and children of 1910 $9.07. Day. The hostess was assisted in en Madison county are spending the 1'otr, Kddle, 1920 $1.68. tert.iining by Mis Mnyme Lee Hal week with her mother, Mrs. F.llxabeth I'ollard. J.. 1920-191- 0 $3.10. ard and Zlllnh Dawes. A most np Onstott. Poynter, J. W 1920 $0.50. petiiing lunch was served in the per Mr. anil Mrs. Sam Duncan, of Ilur-gi- Price, Joe. 1920 $1.58. gola and every one present had a were with Mr. nnd Mrs. Chas. Preston. V. G.. 1920 $1.68. most deligthful time. Among the $31.0. Duncan and Krncst Montgomery a Prnther. Davis, 1919-192- 0 guests from n distance besides the Iteynol.Is. J. W., 1920 $3.70. part of last week. guests of honor were: Mr. and Mrs Iteynolds. J. C.. 1920-191- 9 $0.79. It. M. Sparks ami Master Hughes n The infant of Mr. and Mrs. Sparks, Mis. Alice Hughes. Mr. and Sopher born and died on the Iteynolds, Leslie, 1920 $3.05. 1920-191- 9 $12.15. Mrs. II. L. Klder, of Nicholasvillc, 7th. Interment In Mt. Hebron ceme-tr- y Iteynolds. C. F., Iteynolds, W. M., 1919 $3.00. Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Guerrant, of Friday morning. ltay, Frank. 1920 $5.88. Louisville and Mr. James Watkini, of Rev. Manly preached at this place Robinson, J. K., 1920-191- 9 $02.07. Lexington he will be absent in n serSudany as Itobinson, Mrs. Francis, 1920-191- 9 ies of meetings at our regular meetThe fault tinder never finds ilaws $45.00. ing next Sunday, the church will have Rom, Sam, 1919-191- 8 in himself. $3.10. the regular business meeting next Simpson, Milo, 1919 $15.73. r Saturday afternoon at -- :30. Speaking of the Dempsey Sandert, S. D 1920 $1.58. fight, we find that everybody Singer Sewing Machine Co., 1920 has spoken. 1.37. d builneu. Saturday, July 30tli FIRST PRIZE-1- 00 POUNDS SUGAR FLOUR SECOND PRIZE -- 100 POUNDS See hand bills for particulars d 9 THOS. S. PIERftTT Buckeye, Ky. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence McCulley and little son, were Sunday visitors of relatives. Miss Cracie and Rice Teater spent a part of lust week with Mr. and Mrt. Allen Teater. A number of young folks .'pent a pleasant evening with Mr. and Mrs. Allen Teater Tuesday. Misses Jessie and Klmer Hay were week-envisitors of Mr. Kdd Warren and family of Madison. Mr. and Mrs. Jasper Matthew and baby were visitors Saturday night and Sunday of relatives. Mr. and Mr. Elijah McMillian and son spent the day Sunday with the tatter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John d WOLF TRAIL S Mrs. Abe Burton is visiting in Madison county. Miss Maude Davis spent the weekend with relatives. Bale ties for sae. Hudson & Farnau. attractive little daughter, spent the week-enwith Mr. and Mrt. Harvo Teater. d ia 8 Mr. and Mrs. Klbert Teater were in Paint Lick a few days last week. Mrs. Powell Dailey and Mitt Bert Dailey were afternoon guest of Mrt. Marse Wheeler and Thelma Wheeler Mise Bernice and Bessie Teater, visited Mrs. Hugh Mobcrley last week. Mr. Mart Davis nnd family were Sunday guests of Wm. Davis and Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Moberley and charming daughter, were pleasant guests of Mr. Andrew Clark and family Sunday. family. (a t OLD SUPERLASTIC ROOF COATING aUantactuwrs I'lrert to CeejuaMr, area LEAKY and me4 leUaMlwIU) ROOFS f 1918-191- ps. nUJIATMNAL CtATWCS CO. an St. Miss Grade Dean Teater was the guest of Miss Jessie Hay Monday afternoon and was alto the guest of Miss Bert Dailey Wednesday. ttjV Mrt. Mose Ray entertained the following guests Thursday: Mesdames tfaW Andrew and Ottls Stotta, Eunice CarRay. man and Mlues Lucille Stotts and Mr. and Mrt. Hugh Moberley and Kvaline Corman. A. B Sul-ph- er n, Dor-ma- CORDatTIRES Now Selling the Lowest Price Level in Tire History 30x3 32x4 Tin repair Delinquent Graded School Tax Payers. - $24.50 46.30 34x4s SIsm in. PrajKrtlt) 54.90 (And Other men, who fudge values beet, class time haying the abiraieat rare-sebmm. F veils car maewermieii use shem as They are the quality ckefce of card tu a Tin- following are delinquent payer of the Lancaster Graded mon School with the amount owed by each. Any property owned by these delinquents will be levied on and told according to law, for the purpose of collecting said tax and vxpenseof collecting tame: Acton, Dr. J. M., 19:!0f'.!D.:!5. llallew, C. S., li20 $5.G5. llattiu liro., 11120 $32.49. Uastln, H. V., 1920107.97. llattin, W. It. and Wife, 1920, $27.89 Bourne, Lon, $8.00 Hcnton, Robt., 1920 $1.08. Brown, Geo. P., 1920 $37.31. Burntldt, II. S., 1920 $27.07. Brosddui, Luthtr, 1920 $9.25. Browning. Frank, 1920 $1.58. taxCom- Swinebroad, G. 11.. 1920 $201.87. Swinebroad, Mrt. Kate, 1920, $10.21. Spier, J. It., 1920 $1.68. Smith, Frank, 1910 $1.58. Thomas, D. A., 1920 $17.34. Tucker, Jat., 1920 $1.58. Vaughn. S. (!., 1920 $3.45. Vnnhook, Ollie, 1920 $5.20. Walker & Itl'ch, 1918 $4.47. Watson, Wm., $8.93. LATE DMth only a nutter of short time. Don't wait until pains and aches become incurable diseases. Avoid painful consequences by taking TOO Wett. Alex, Wheeler, Mrt. Dora & Sont, 1920 $94.91. Whittaker, J. S., 1920 $2.37. Williams, I. B., 1920 $8.23. Williams, Jno., 1920 $2.00. Wood. Ben, 1920 $2.09. 8. GOLD MEDAL This new lew price is saade pwastUe by strictest sceaemits and specialised productien. Plant Ne. 2 was erected for the sale at mating rIZLri fabric tires. Wat. 303 wch -NoB-Ski- d sjtgUMflt tot Mdaer. lire, MaJUir and uric twit troubles- - (he Nasiotvu geateJv of HoIUoJ aince 1690. Omrant 4, TkfM eUee, all J ruffian, The en aivw um autvi sv,vw tvafeas, . i an SjuaMtty basis. i ssmb - wsji ZlU Wood. W. B., $7.94. (7-74- 1920.1919-1918-101- 0 vet Id's tumUfsl rinJf i AM,sstsrials weed era tsM bast eUsiasble TWaalieja mHmmi h i tU bat fabsk site aver alsssd t sbe ear at any amt, KINNAJRD BR05. Frankie Kaufman, Trtai. Tho Central Record, Lancasttr. Ky., Thursday July 14. 1021 It la a dangerous way to make a living. The pearl diver will go to the about n If it were a chip in the bottom In thirty feet of water with1 water, but Hunt and Hammer finally out n diver's suit and search the bot- tom for two minutes without coming accomplished the feat ami their up. Sometimes a big shark or other I tie boat disappeared into the black night We toMed about at we wait deep sen monster cornea along and gets fisherman pearls and all. In ed for the return of the motor bo.it water deeper than 40 feet the pearl and proceeded to get seasick. Rob ertson declared thnt if we didn't Mop divers use a regular diving suit, with feeding the flih that the fulling n pump to pump air down to him. It la a hard life and the fishermen would be fpoilcd the next morning do not live long, especially those who fifh would not be nt all hungry .it the The motor boat returned about mid- train to slay under the water without night. We wrapped up in blanket a diving suit. Some of the old fishermen in the on the schooner' deck and tdept soundly until dawn when we awoke party who have been here for several year, declare that they hail never one of our STERHave you and looked out over I'edrn (lonzalcs. seen so many different kind of fish We did Justice to the breakfast after os were caught on this trip. We had COOK with LING a night In the salt air, and pulling I the motor boats along side the party a various assortment of fish, consistchimneys? not, why not? Tell your friends about this exception! jpltt up Into fours and started till ing of papaguya, mackerel, red snaping. One party with Itobcrtson went pers, groupers, Jacks, amber jacks, offer. is none of satisfied rock Jacks, rockhlmls. bonltas, tunas, around the east side of 1'edro Con- zalcs. Hunt and hU party went down ami commas, ami several sped SAVE OUR CARDS, THEY ARE VALUABLE. country. users in town This wo l which wc could not name. Ittin U'...f .1.1.1 nt tltm .... ... UHU UIl'Ullll . .t.L,. I 1 B lm ,vtr hn the east of San Jose Island, while ami now that I have the fever, I am my boat started around the wct side these filing of San Josc, The schooner went on ',,i,nni" lnc opportunity after arranemenia hn.l h,,n n,n.!.. u,uua"" 1 nU0Ul Mrt meet her at a cove on the south side , .V i manna iiemg me greatest place for I.. """" t it wurl-. . - ... otner ,nc "ip V finl.hn.l Kv f,... ,1- ," maKaiini' anicic. claim "Live motor hont u.fm. ,... ll.. ,.,l I ... .,,. n .11. """nc.un lor imc Place r,l nn.l r- -i ail. i.u Will- t USUI, I vu m.1,1. .nnrl.,IU. ... rt.M.. Ilawn. nd to support the claim they noon the spoon being let out on the end h,, n,ionr'! a"C0T fa,rh hn I buy and sell OLD FUIIN1TUBK of the line about a hundred yards party made, 300 pounds In one wee 3 anil antiques of every description. on rod and reel. On this last tri that the natrons ever irot so I " the boat. In spite of Itobcrt oi ours, the catch weighed The If you rare to buy, or If you care to much for thnlr monnv n ihov son's prediction, the big tih were pounds, and we were fishing J.000 jr I hsvr Jimt rrceivrd a new 9 sell, write or phone J. K. Elmore, only lasaaal Waokly. I.M Yaar. ,11,1 .l,.rtn I hunKry. f we supply of the beauties !, !... tf u..4 Infill I n n and Ihitmhooked some a. I n t inrec tlays. Lancaster. Kj. I Payable Im Asltaasa. nffna n h ' Beit Grade of Guar 9 Yours sincerely, I A fill -.I n(im.i , . "v mlinl stm. t i U nut im el... villi ad Cspsrltnesf Editor, J. E. ROBINSON. K. K. Turley. Jr. Us O SOUrce OI mUCh SAtlS- - of .j00 yards of line han.lle.1 iiir n if flattery Is thr Ut cure for a atlff aateed Rubber with ft. L .ELKIN, Local Editor and Mgr. faction to US, as well US to those rod and reel I by no means an easy at and will rubber your buggy 5 aeck. It turn almost aDsba& No Tldis In the Qrtat Lakea. for fit. m. r, Cartoons Msrailne. who have patronized it yearly, proposition, and we pulled at the big Bktared at the Pott Office in There arit no recotnli.il tldrs In the at (ive me a trial and sstisfy Mall Ky., as Second-Clas- s to know that something over ""ows until our arms and back ureal Lakes similar to what occur la Thorn- - Mi. yourself. Z Mattar. the oceans, for the reason that th one hundred guarantors n H VANHUSS m a .is is Mivia I sin ti iiiiiii bodies of water are too small and I i piaceu meir Bignaturcs xo xne ,vant, fo ,neku , nni. . Irregular. Occasionally, however, Faniaa A4nniM RftwMMi l.ar.caster,Ky THE AMERICAN PHE5S ASSOCIATION tidal waves occnr In one or more of si contract for the return of it we quit fishing and went m the lakes, dne to atmospheric year and that we are of the schooner to get dinner Hole! tlona, such as great illffereoees In another 1921 at promised as equally good tal- - ert,on's boal camc ln ani1 thy naJ Boopherte pressure and the prevalent Ths towers. ou"- at (ales. ent as we had this year. No . .T Walla younc men are busy aowaasi Rates Far Political Aaaotwcasssmt. fjrlldoat. oiilr nnr4 ar (ruwlufamfa, better or higher entertainment we got uneasy and a searching party WALLACETON Vot Precinct and City Offices. .15.00 Aaalaml Oln.) Unci. i i ail Where, within $400 of couiu possiuiy, ior me small was sent out to find them. Sure 10.00 For County Offices the new Hupmobile price, Miss Lucy Kidil Rp.ul'. tli.i lay For State and District Offices.. 15.00 price of the season tickets, be enough their engine had broken down ( would you match the .10 brought to any citv the size of nnJ thl'' wcrc fo"n' sitting calmly Sunday wth Mt Addle Henry. For Calls, per line Positively no fox hunting or hunt-- i tht" boat Mrs. A. J. Kidd spent the week .10 Lancaster, and we are pleased nm' 'lrift,"K toward For Cards, per Una . sound, known value of the vi any inurucirr or irrMsing on Far all publications in tho inter Hupmobile? If you pay "'.V11"1 ey indeed that the educated and i iiiui ii. iiii'v iiriiLtMi innif nnnuifh knew end with her son. Claud-! of Conway our farms. Any violators will be t; est of individuals or exprea-io-n tnni more, would the value be cultured people of the City they would either be picked up or Rotk ,nJ Brick. Hudson A Farnau proiecuted. of individual views, par equally greater? At a W. S. Kmbry. W. A. Price, T. J. .10 nave endorsed It SO unanimous-- 1 land on some cannibal island and line Mr. Frank and Miss l.tlhan Hutch Price, Kd and N II. Price, Fisher lower price, would be eaten up so they had noth- leas Obituaries, per Una .01 ly. in, are visiting at llackley this week. Herring, Crit Meailows, Aniel Mea- - the car, and wouldthe in inR to wo"' "tout. from Lonir live the Lancaster car, Miss Ithoda Wilder spent the day lows, John Collier, J. S. Schooler, 1 nt" scnooner anchored in a ahelter I satisfy you? rhniitntimin Sunday with Mi Tabitha Johmon Joe Criscillis, J. M. Criscillls. Kobert 11,485 F. O. B., Detroit. We are authorized to announce Mrs. Hetty Henry, of Red Lick, is Speake, (icorge Conn, Jim Conn, The next morning at daylight, we visiting her mother, Mrs. Warren Henry Arnold, Marion Johnson, W. following candidates, subject to the were out fishlnir around the rock to A J. E. ELMORE. K. Whltaker, Tom Conn. J. M. Klkin action of the Democratic Primary, the of Man is beginning to perk up l south tnr San Jose. The fishing. I A Meailows, W. T. King. John lllch, ... I 1.1. II I. August 6th., 1921 1 fnt i and draw another long breath. ,harks came atom? n.i nut .n ,mi mLmni..,i ih.. i.v. nf thi. Sam Rich and J. O. Conn. " ., . " ... 7 .hail no sooner nlar.. For Sute Seaater D..4. 1 (Other namrs will be added upon line tun. dui mere a a reusun. At I I Iilanueu a ou pounuI amoer J. E. ROBINSON payment of 25 cents.) JUCk When WOman. lOO. IS CaiUlOUSly I t, . Mn. Mnrri. Tnllrn rn.-n- t the(tf.) . I anomer even larger, lie the day Sunday with Mr. and Mrs, "c peering around in an effort to For Circuit Judge ,or a w,ln lnu Jim Wallace CHARLES A. HARDIN determine whether or not the inuur iinu inui mm up io me noal Miss Fannie Kidd, of llerea, spent storm , has blown over. ninm. mm n .t.. .i,,i, it ti iMii .r Comsaoawealta's Attorney IS I . . , . with her brother, Mr, reason, view and bit oir the fishes body leuv the week-enAnd again mere is a EMMET V. PUR YEAR Sherman Kidd. In on,, nf th.. 'A few mnnrhn ncn it wns I Inir on y the heail. m. Mr- - an" allace are For Represeatative vnn lmifllv nrnpliiimpl thnt tho nhotoirranhs which U ROBERT H. TOMLIXSOX, JR. womanhood of America would can .ee this big fish which the shark th, ',.ro.u.,.,...!,,r,,"!;, of.. a fin' boy, Protect your tobacco; from Its most destructive enemy. The named William ltuvll. launch a mishty campaign for Kot leaving only the head. w- - r' Brown of Herea, an. I We are prepared to insure you against such a loss. For Cewaty Judge the nurnose of writincr "finifl" shark bit off and swallowed about 50 J. C. WILLIAMS Robert Hutchins, of Lexington t. to the record Of tobacco, pounds of fish in one mouthfull. Promntlv thn mon pjimo to the Iter this experience, we knew that Upent the day with Mrs. M. (J. Hut For Coaaty Attorwey fore with a determination to there would be no port in feeding chins rriday. GREEN CLAY WALKER balance the scales by the elimi- - the hungry sharks with big finh, so we Mrs. Sidney Mabalfy died of tuber For Circuit Clerk nation of corsets, cosmetics and pulled out and wont to C.uk-n-, nnd culosis at the home of her brother Lancaster, Kentucky. fished ull afternoon, but had practi- - Mr. Robert Ilotkin. of this place chewing gum. JAMES B. WOODS, JR. It was too much for Cither ""y no luck catching only two or She was about ill) years obi and had Shtri masculine or feminine nature, three jacks. During the night we been a member of the Wallaccton DAVE SANDERS Neither could face the pros- - cruised to Ray hand and fished there Baptist church for about IS year- -. Deputies, Aihby Arnold, H. D. Lee. pect With equanimity or even the next morning for a while, then She leaves to mourn her lo a hus started off toward home, fishing band, an aged father, two children, With courage. For Jailer NOW the men Still enjoy around the small Island when we nix brothers, five sisters and a host DAVID ROSS their tobacco, and the Women came to them. On the last island, of friends. One child, a little girl, Still have their corsets, and Jacheca, we had an hours good fish-- 1 proceeded her to the grave about livt For Magistrate landing 7 beauties in short week ago. She will be sadly missed their beautiflcrs, and their J. II. CLARK lime. At sundown, we quit fishing, by nil who knew her, but our los is gum. R. L. BARKER the motor boot to the towline. Heaven's gain. The bereaved ones D At any rate, We are. nnd put on full speed ahead for I'ana- - have the sympathy of the entire com Wc ore authorized to announce the ma' mn,,lnK "omu nt 1:00 A. M munlty. following candidates, (iC.ubjcct to acMast I Tuesday morning. For three .1...... tion of the Republican Primary, POOR RIDGE, Would you like to have your M""' nights we had been cruising August Cth., 1021; IX. LAVAL boy turn out to be a real 100 around and fishing, not stepping on For Magistrate Little Miss Hallle B. Duncan U ill Mm ami fenuadsr.fsny per cent mail physically as Well 'and during the entire trip. When NOAH MAKSEE, JR. dtisathtrM,. a at Mat fmAmm U s Mrs. It. Z. Price Is visiting Mrs Unal count was taken, the total as mentally? sr. sws jatsssaaaas dassk nmf Then don't shut him Up in a catch was found to be 141 fish, the Walker Burdette weighing five pounds and the Bale ties for sale. roses and keep smallest hot. house of ... fcs . a .. i !.t.i.mt ct tmmU alas a ssnt weiKmng ie.poumi. tne totaii nuasoa ass mm in mere umii tne IureaKa "n,-"-i tkaltkaDa LtfjtUtmMmtAm, weigni oi the n.n being J000 pounds away ot Ills own accord. taaa. Mm sW Bw okt ptjt m Mr. and Mrs. Elijah McMlliian and nu me average per llsh being about .nn. mient Sun.lav with Mr. and Mrs pondt mo riaalass aaj Jm HOSCS are II delight to mm, i Not in the six years that Lan-cast- eye anu xne sense . smeu, tno i. sscas alnii A laaja, aa say saw afeca .1.. poumis. oi uui Jolm ,Uy as siaajl. of to MM. has had the Redpath mey do not develop tne muscle ou win una live pictures en- Mr, l.lge Bolton were Mr. r TTrvi iT Chautauqua, has a better pro- or add to the breadth of mind, closed. The large single fi.h Is a red week-en- nndguests of Mr. and Mrs. the aMgwy ci I snapper weighing Go pounds. Two mttf alini. hMtntat Get him a ball and bat, a gram been rendered than the (irow. ! j nrwt one which closed here last pair of boxing gloves and a other pictures show some of the fish ascaiaka. Aad il (wis a tfisaji Tkal't Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Carter nnd caught, the fourth picture shows punching bag. W Ui. m mot tW IVWm Monday night. To our mind Da Lank rock around which we had ,omJ'by spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. ilajy dba araaU Give him a couple of Indian . b bnap (watmt, to ) laam it was the very best one that clubs and teach him to swing good fishing, this rock Is called the Janu'4 Mr. and .Mr, i.ewit Miiipon ana drunken monkey. Tho picture show. has ever been in Lancaster, be- them. Rncouragc him to run untiling the small boat, is u pearl fishing family entertained about .ID guests ing elevating, educational, entertaining, with an inspiration- jump Ulld wrestle and leup outfit near San Jose Island. The "t " sumptuous dinner Sunday. The k'rfaiiy enjoyed by those fishermen are natives, a mixture of '" al influence that should be felt fences.his hours of recreation I negro and San Was Indian. These I Present. Let throughout the entire town and be hcatllful and Vigorous, and I pearl fishermen are quite Interesting.! Friends surprised Mr. John Doolln I They fish for days community. The lectures were not of the pink tea Variety. at times without recently, it being his 54th. birthday. leach him to fear God. to be I finding a single pearl, and then they About fifty guests enjoyed a good all good, while the Mikado and "Nothing but the Truth," were loving, respectful and obedient I will sometimes find several In one dinner consisting of pickles, aalad, parents and mindful of day. Of course it Is not often that chicken, old ham, and cakes and ire o alone worth the price of the the his rights of other poeple, and I they get a pearl that It very valuable cream custard. All enjoyed the day season ticket. We unhesitat- you will develop an adult Who I but I heard of one fisherman who land left wishing Mr. Doolin many ingly say tbat we dea't believe Will be "some man." Isold two pearls for $5000. When I more happy birthdat. they mike a haul like this, they stop FISHING OFF COAST OF PANAMA working until their money in spent. (Contlnunl from first page.) NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY ICE CREAM FREEZERS, 111- FREE Refrigerators and Water Coolers OIL bought STOVES You can secure Rogers' SILVERWARE the without charge by trading with ui short There If better, dozens and CONN BEOS. and Let Lire Folks." f" "l M 1 Currey & GuUey. I Tireing I I V tl. f, Antique Furniture. Central Record I Rubber . 1 . ..- Lan-eaatc- ft hnvobtiTJ ,. a i i g n .Ij.JilyR ctw .'ar: H I ........ Attention Hunters 1 M .- j- ...... Announcements Call It Draw. u-l- .,,. HUPMOBILE A ... ""' ..I n" i. d HAIL! HAIL! HAIL! Af-yit- Elmore & Hopper. Haselden Bros., of Lancaster, say: A Fr -. " Laval will bring. Jotprity to jor farm A The Redpath Chautauqua. ii t.l 1 - ...I rru er ... d Ho-ba- rt -t- -- pc Sooner or later you will buy a ThtCtntral Record. Lancastti, Messrs. D. W. Mnhnn Ky., Thursday, July 14 1921 Anna Lcr Burn, of Coving-tothe attractive guettt of her cousin, MIm Addic Scott. Ml I o, and Kiiher In I.ancai-tc- r Wc Mid-Summ- ire wlag acw line tf (Sninrt, of Danville, were Monday on business. Notice To Contractor. Sealed blilt will be received by the CommNsion, at the State Highway office of the State Highway Engineer, Old Capitol Building, Frank-for- t, Kentucky, until 1!:00 P. M. on the :28th. day of July, 1921. for the Improvement of the Lancaster-RichmonRoad, beginning at the city limit of Lancaster and extending to Station 'J54 plut 00, n distance of approximately S miles, in GARRARD County. This road is officially known n State Project No. 23, Stction F on the Primary System In GARRARD County. This Improvement will consist of applying bituminous turfnee treatment and covering with stone chips or cruhcd gravel In accordance with approved specifications. Instructions to bidders, forms of proposals and specifications may be secured at the office of the State Old Capitol Engineer, Highway Building, Frankfort, Kentucky. Knch bidder must accompany his bid with it bond or certified check of 2")0.00, payable to the State Treasurer, credit of the Department of State Roads & Highway. The right is reserved to reject any and nil bids. Approximate Quantities. 1,000 Gal. Medium Oil or Tar. .170 Ton Stone chips or pea gravel 41.0C.5 Sq. yds. Cleaning Surface. COMMISSION STATE HIGHWAY ily Joe S. noggs, State Highway Engineer. d 1 er Hats Mr. Carroll Rally and little daughMr. W. S. llourne In visiting her daughter, Mr. John Underwood and ter of Stanford, are guest of Mr. and Mrs. K. I'mcott llrown. Mr, Underwood, near Danville. Miss Lizzie I'ullam, of Sterns, Ky., Mimes Margaret Herring and Ida and Miss Alma Rutin, of near StanMac llourne were the week-end RATESi Single insertions 1c a word for lets than 20e In this column. No ass ia this column charged. Seven Insertions for the price of five. Phone orders mutt be paid promptly. No ad taken J la wool, felt, aavetya all colon. Alio nifty line of Feather Halt la white and colon. KUctU of MIm Lois Virginia llourne. ford, were guests of relative last week. here FRANCISS1WITH 1 Mrs. Jeme Sellman, of Nicholas-vlll- e MIm Minnie hnx been visiting GoMtp About' People feastsT to'CststeaTsasI Mmp hyTtwss V An atr.wil. A aVW llrown. Mm. I'nttlc Anderson h.n returned from a vitit to her daughter, Mr?. Harry Klmore, in HarroiWIiuri;. of Louisville, I visiting inrent, Judge mid Mr. K. V. llurri, on Maple avenue. Mr. Sam hi HnrrH, MIm llrlcn Itotiinson, of Lexington, it vittnjc Mrs. J. C. Itobinton. MIm Inez Kay Irft Monday to the K. K. S. N.. at Richmond. in-tr- r of l.os Calif., in the guest of her er, Mr. Jiime lleaztey and Mr. Mr. Walter Heailey, brothIleaz-le- y. Mr. and .Mr. W. M. Hogle, of New Mr. W. K. Cook, of Danville, wm Orleans, La., arc guest of her uncle in Lancaster Turxlay on liutino. and nunt, Mr. and Mr. Tom Wrier-nt- t. MIm Kmmn Doty 1 It, Louisville vMtnt: her Mtrr, Mr. Mr. Will Doty ha he Lntonin, uhere wceki. Lucy Doty, of Lexington, Mr. and Mrs. Will Smith, of Richmond, returned from have been recent guest of Mr. spent several Doty. Mi (St-o- Ho-Kr- Jeo Mr. and Mr. Sam (!oldenberg and Mr. Cheiiitult Klmore. of Shelby-vllle- , on, Victor, of Mislilppi, are guest ha heen the i;urt of Mr. J. of Mr. and Mrs. D. Cullcy, on Richmond itreet. W. Klmore. Mr. and and Adam Mr. and Mr. Tom Robert Henry, of Lexington, pent the week-enwith Mr. John DotMin, of Sharpihurg. are guests of Mr. Nuck Mr(Srath, on relative here. Lexington uvenue. Mr. Vnl Cook, or D.inville, pent Mis Kdna Herkele, who ha been the week-enwith his urnnilmothcr, visiting in Nahvlle, Tenn., ha reMrs. K. l Owtey. turned to Lancaster to rpend the Louiie and John Cromer, of Kast Aummer vacation, llern.'tndt. were vimtlni; Mr. Lutr Mr. Kussell Wayland. of Wilion, lat week-end- , Oklahoma, is expected thl week for Mr. and Mr. Ilrndley llourne, of n visit to her mother, Mrs. W. A. Vertallle, have been visiting Trice and Mr. Price. Mr. d d Lan-cnit- Misse Helen and Martha (iill, left Mr. and Mrs. Allen Johnson, of Tuesday morning for Chnutnuqua, X. Covington, have been the guest of Y., where they will pend two week. her parents, Mr. and Mrs, Charlie Mr, and Mr. II. V, llastin and I'olT this week. children, of Frankfort, visited relaMrs. lien llntmn, Mr. Lewis Ramtive here and attended Chautauqua. sey, Mrs. Charlie Tartar and little granddaughter and Mr. Karl llamm, Mr. J. W, Junes ha returned to of Somerset, Mrs. Robert Rankin, hvr home In Louisville, after a visit Charlie Rankin and little ton, Allen to her parent, Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Pershing, of Danville, ipent lat FriMiles. day withn Mr. and Mr. Hayde Leave!, Mis KlUahcth Malone, of Ky., visited her aunt, Mr. A pleasant party gathered at the W. II. Hall and grandfather, W. C. home of Mits Angic Kinnaird WedDavis recently. nesday night and spent a very enjoy-abl- e evening playing cards. The Mrs. K. L. Owsley. Mr. and Mrs. was in honor of Miss Annie Luther Cibbs, Mr. and Mrs. J. K. party Herndon, who is the house guest of Klmore were guest of relatives in Misses Kate and Lillian Kinnaird. Nicholasville Sunday. There were three tables of player. Margaret Cook, of Danville, Miss Kinnaird terved lec cream ami Mi and Mis4 Helen Klizabeth Sprague, cakes to the guest., and was assisted of Louisville, will attend the dance in the hospitalities by her mother, Mrs. J. II. Kinnaird anil Mrs. Kmma here Friday evening. Hlgginbotham. Mr, Ueorgc Harris, who has been An enjoyable event of Wednesday vioting hi parents, Judge and Mrs. K W. Harris returned Monday to his was the dinner party which Mrs. II. C. Rose, of llryantsville, gave in honhome in Atlanta, (la. or of Mr. H. V. llastin, of Frank-for- t, Mist Annie Herndon, of WashingMrs. James Lear and Mr. Herton, D. C, H the gueil of her aunt. vey Valley, llershear, of Mound Mise Kate and Lillian Kinnaird and Kan. An elegant six course menu father, Wm. Herndon. was served and the table had for its center piece a vase tilled with pink Mi Delia Tinder, of North and whiu- - tlowers. Mrs. Roe guest is the guest of her sister, Mrs. Hen Itobiuson ami Mr. Itobinton were Mr. II. V. llastin, Mrs. James Lear, Mrs. Hervey llershear, Mr. and on the Lexington road. Mrs. Victor Lear, Mr. and Mrs. WilHon. Clay K.iuifman, who has been liam Lear, Mr. and Mrs. Ros llastin. spending several day near Jackson, Ky., has been here a few days beAnimal Muxtlta. fore going to Covington. Animal of the cat tribe are dlttln-3lIieby their short and round mux-DMr. I', D. I'ralher and Miss Heulah In contrast with the long an I'rnther, of Kquality, III., will arrive harp muzzle of those of the dot In l.ancater Saturday for n visit to Mbe. Mr. and Mrs. Mead Tenter. Camp-bellsvill- e, n, d FOR SALE: Six thorough bred South Down Male Lambs, $lfi each. Phone 387-Q- . A. C. Mile. Sewer Pis, all slaest Fire Clay, Fire Brick. Fire Backs, ThisnUet, Rock, Sand and Cement. Cerrard Milllag Co. 41. 3 CORN FOR SALE I have about barrels of good corn for sale at my farm near Paint Lick. 1")0 J. B. Woodi. STRAYED: From my place on Stanford itreet, a red short horn milk seen Monday night. Incow. ist formation appreciated. W. F. Brickey. 7. 14 .It, They Love to Do Their Duty. clergyman hat declaree that It It woman's duty to dress Just as well as she can afford. We have yet to meet woman who Is lax It her duty In this retard. An English STRAYED From my place some time in June a brindlc steer weighing about H00 pounds. Any information will be gladly received. Phone llryantsvilie Exchange S0G. Edd Grow 20 horse power, F. kerosene engine, also one 12 horse power, same nuke; one mile cement block, machine, full equipment suitable for bui'ding large or FOR SALE: II. M. small building. T. H. Downey & Son, Hustonviile, Ky. script. Jast how the movlo censors eaa Bcceed In censoring the alms with-o- t Mowers, $72.50; Hay Stackers, first censoring the audiences Is 100.00; Iron Hay Rakes, $40.00; 2 what they are new trying to get Horse wagon, $125.00; Buggy, $120; through their heads. Bostoa Tran- Freezers, wire fence, 75cts.; "Lord," Ife tome Joe, It. pd. rrlativr. I.ula Johnion, of Verviillif, ha been the truest of Mr. J. A Anion and Dr. Anion, Mr. Mrs. Luther llainey had the misJudith James Daniels, Misje I'ollard and Sue Sutton, of fortune to fall and break her arm Marksbury, were Chautauqua guests Monday at her home on Lexington road. She is doing nicely. of Mr arid Mr J. I. Hamilton, Mi Kugenia llrown and Mrs. W. Smith were in Danville Saturday. Mr. llrown visited her husband, who is in the Danville and Iloyle county Hospital. Mrs. Holman M. KEEP COOL It no trick at all to keep cool these hot liny. Hat a dish of our delicious Cuscaden ico cream and quit thinking it is hot. Mr. and Mrs. George Uogard and on, George, Jr., who have been gumts of Mrs. Hogard' father, Mr. Jesse Doty, have returned to their home in Louisville. Mr. William Kverett Hatiield ami Lilly May Naylor, both of this county, were married last week at the court home in Danville by County Judge G. W. Coulter. Mi Mr. ami .Mm. Lilian! Miles and Mrs. Lizzie Wilds, of Nicholasville, and Miss Julia Welch IJ.ikette, of Louisvile, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Miles Sunday. KEEP WELL It's the easiest thinK in the world to keep well. When you feel "off your feed," try one of our simple remedies. Quick results at sliKht expense. Mises Klla Mae ami Lois Virginseventy-liv- e Continue, lease. prayed the old brother, "don't send more blessings J. R. MOUNT & CO. than I can take care of. bnt warn The Unattainable. they git a good start, an' act like Idle? MALE HELP WANTED: Columbus discovered America la they want to keep com I nr. don't stop Big business is ready for you. Sell 1402. Thereafter the efforts of man- 'cm." Atlanta Constitution. 1.17 products direct to farmers on kind were concentrated upon dtocot credit. If you own team or auto, are cries; the North pole end a cure fee under GO, can give bond, wc start celd. loe North pole eventually s. Courler-Jon- r discovered. Louisville you. Twenty million use our osl. Good territory open. Write J. R. Watkins Co., Dept. 114, AveM Irsafclna FrtentsMs. Winona, Minn. A friend whom you have been raisiIt's your last life chance." ng durtag your whole life voa ought not to he displeased with In a mots set. Court Plaster. A stone Is stany years Deceasing a Court plaster is to called bees use It rosy ; tako rare that you do set dewas originally applied by ladles of the stroy tt In an tnstsnt against aaethar court as patches on the face. It Is stone. Saadk Bade of silk, varnished with a sot Use of Isinglass. Honey Mentioned In Bible. to honey la There are reference The Weight of a Signature. the Bible, In the Micreil books of the Special train will leave Lan- As a part of the equipment of a In the Hindus and In the Koran. Far Kant new lioney ha for ages beea caster 5:29 A. M., returning Hint, scales are made so am that Jtoy will show the difference la esteemed as a laxative and old honey as an astringent. Honey was one of will leave Fourth St. Station, might between two absolutely Identhe materials which the Egyptians Cincinnati 6:30 P. M. Standard tical pieces of paper, one of which tiled In embalming, and oilier of the Time, (7:30 P. M. City Time.) rontalns a tlgnaturo and the other weight a man Luckily, loes ancient umiI It a n food preservative. For further information con- mrrleanot this worldthe not depend does In There was a considerable truffle la 3n the weight of his signature, or bird's eggs and egg packed In honey sult Local Ticket Agent. lucb balanced would have a boom. were shipped long Journejs. $5.00; Barb wire, $5.25. Many things at cost. Electric Irons $5.00. Still colored trimming prices and not customers. ii EXCURSION CINCINNATI, O., pro-duct- and return via L. & N. $3.15 $3.15 Sunday, July 17, 1921. (7-7-2- t.) ia llourne entertained about of their friends Saturday night at a lawn party at their pretty country home on the Danville road. Mr. Hob Gaines, of Danville and Mlildlesboro, has been mingling with his old friends in Lancaster this Mr. Gaines is nearly 1- '- year. week. old, yet looks .'10 year younger, Mrs. 11. V, Haitin and children, of Frankfort, Mrs. James Lear and Mrs. Hervey llershear, of Mound Valley, guests of Mr. Kansas, were week-enand Mrs. I loss llastin. d KEEP SWEET J" Mr. and Mr. Harry Klmore, of Harrodsburg, are receiving congratulations over the arrival of a daughter, who was born last week. She has been named l'attie Chenault Klmore. 3 Aeroplane 31 IE II IE 32 WONDERFUL TRIP J This week at J. I. Hamilton, field near Lovers Laae on Lexington pike V ' j J j. Jil$ This advice is unnecessary to ladies. They are invariably sweet. Hut still they are very fond of our se- lect line of candies and other sweet ' thinK to eat. Have you tried them? and son, of Mrs. Joe Itinehurt Louisville, Mrs. llurnett and two tons, of West Virginia, and Miss Sarah Mae I'ettus, of Crab Orchard, are guests of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Francis. Mr. L. Lemuel Iliddy, an Kngliih voice teacher, of Indianapolis, who has been the guest of Mr. Ilrndley Long and parents, for the departs for his home p.ut AFTERNOON FLIGHTS FROM FIELD $7.50. Crosi country flights mornings to Danville, Stanford, or any Placet tutor and fort-night, 10 MILES LEXINGTON DISTANCE $12.50. AND RETURN $30.00 Saturday morning. The friends of Mrs. W. II. Most are orry to. hear of her critical illness and hope for a speedy recovery. Mr. Moss underwent a seigical operation Monday and it doing a well at could be expected. Mr. Kctor Smith Lawton, who graduated in law at the University of Virginia thit year, it visiting friend in Louitville and Lexington thlt He will spend hi tummer vaweek. cation with hit parent, Mr. and Mr. William Lawton. STORMES DRUG STORE FIRST THOUGHT IN DRUGS. Phone 39, Lancaster, Ky. Established 1853 ASK FOR PRICE ON PARIS GREEN. Will call for any one in auto AARON C0ATES Pilot, 19 Months army training. CURTIS PLANS, ARMY TYPE The Central Record, Lancattar. Ky. Thursday, July 14 92 1 1 . aaaaaaaT bbbbbbHI bbbbbbbbbW bbbbbbbbbbb bbbbbbbbbV 1 Janjts j- 1 UbbbbbbbbbbbbbI aVaWPpPK 1 i bbbPSbb kbbbmBbp ' 1 - Prescriptions, fitted with GET GOOD HATCH GUNNS CHAPEL bbbbtJ bbbvj bbvj BBBBa'aK 'aT'BBn 1 VaaaaaiBaaaaaaV DRUGS FRESH PURE Mm Josephine Crutclicr Is ill. Mrs. Cords FROM INCUBATOR with Mr. JohnDavis spent last week Land. ( Mrs. Curl May underwent an oper Lexington hospital last week. Moisture ant' Vtntilatian Are ation in Lima, Saaal, Portland Cement, Meet Important Factors in Rock and Brick. Hudson aV Farnau. Securing Normal Chick. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Simpson, of Pleasant Hill spent Sunday here with SEVERAL TNE UNIVERSAL CAR TJie jimplidty of the Ford car, its stahihty in construction, the famous heat treated Vanadium steel with its marvelous strength nii flexibility the lowcost of operation an J maintenance, its case in operation, all have matlc the Kurt! car the great favorite in every lam! in the wtirlil. It's the one car that always satisfies and serves. A utility !cyond question that all can afford. Wc will lc pleased to have the demand your order. Don't tlclav is heavy all the time. Wc havc almost everything in motor car accessories, sell the gcnuinc Kord l'arts, and assure the best in mechanical repair work. c METHODS ME USffl! W'J.ri. T. May n guest f Cincinnati was f relatives here part of Inst Lata Danger af Getting To Much Moisture. Into Machine by Sprinkling ee SoaMng Floor af Incubator Beam. week. tlx tale drugs which have lost their strength. When you get a prescription filled at OUR store or buy anything in the Drug Store line from us, you get the BEST and pay for It only a reasonable PRICE. Come to US for it. We will not for any price be guilty of the crime of "palming off" on our customers McRoberts Drug Store M S. HATFIELD DENTIST Office oeer Tkm Garrard Bank. jil with typhoid fever. Phosrat Offica 5. Residence 376. Miss I.uelln Doolin spent the week, KENTUCKY. LANCASTER. tend with Miss Addie Mae Marsee. Mrs. Scott liufTmnn is improving I after a serious !pell of sickness. 4 BOURNE (Delayed Mr. Curtis Thompson ) Saddler It quite i 111. Mrs. Herbert Stone has been quite J.J.Byrne Cxoitaivc. Cretno Dairy and Horsa and Mule Feed. Hudson 4k Farnau. Fd Defendants, al. Pursunnt to a judgment rendered 'at the March Term, 1K21, the under- -I signed Commissioner will at pub-lie uuction to the highest and best bidder at the Court House Door In on good city property. Pay back on weekly Ky., at 1 1 o'clock, A. M., at this writng. or thereabouts, on or monthly installments. MONDAY, JULY 25. I'Jl, Silence may be golden, but it takes VETERINARIAN. the real estate mentioned In the n lot of noise to stand off a bill colpleadings and decnbed as follows: Calls Atstweresl Promptly Day t lector. In (iurrard County, Kentucky, and bounded as follows: Nigkt. Pkona 317. ASSOCIATION. iKtrpKile.. at the mouth of branch, If two women were saying good-- i KENTUCKY. LANCASTER. corner to Duggins; thence up same bye and the house caught afire both with Its meanders, S. .17, K. 28 poles J. K. ItoftlN'SON, President Wm. S. HOPPKH, Scc't. & Trcj. would be in" danger of being burned IS. H W. 21 poles. S. 10 V. '2S poles No Start en Flag. to death before either would concede Good Hatch. to another rorner of the dower; Kacaptlonally We are ncnSstomed to speak of tha the other the last word. I thence her line h. SO poles to n. tan" on the tine. Ah n matter of If a moisture tray or eponge hue been j branch; thence down the branch, N. ( . . a. fact, the national banner has no stars ku. I. .III. r. l!ls Illill'a Ifl II AlUfll'I tneiice Judging by the rapidity with which LOYD, ternoon. mhlnxoned on It. They ure heraldic W: n'J Vv ' Joun- - "a 1 the courts do not move, one is in- - ' ahould generally be tnken out before I . It iliivvti n liikllikU. N I i. Mr. and Mrs. Kred Snder enter"mullets," or representaK. lit (Delayed.) I Poles. X. 15 poles. X. 19 poles. tion of tho rowels of the spurs of a fined to the belief that those crooked tained Mr and Mrs. Henry Hay and ......, ....... , , ,. -. N ih. K. ri.i I.,.knight Thus wo hare today on the 'baseball players are no crooked the largely Su the place where the Incubu- , K; on hjory nt tht- - head of n Mrs. Harris Teater has been visit family, Mr and Mrs. J D. Hay and t0 flue a rowel, nnd not a star, for erery I judicial nose fears to face the odor-- I tor Is Iornted. If run in n room in h hollow; thence down same X. l.'i, W. ing her parents, in Madison the past Mr. and Mrs. Ilaily Hay Sunday. I ftate in the Union. ifcrous ordeal. dwelling house. It Is frequently Ill poles to two buckeyes in a creek; week. to ndd moisture eteti to thence down the creek with its meanGenuine Kanawha Salt. ders, S. 57, W. 00 poles to the bemachines, while such Hudson aV Farnau. In ginning, containing 52 ncre, 1 rod run In un utillnury the same building might not need ami 'J poles, be the same more or Mr. Squire T. Whittakcr visited . le.-sextra moisture. When a lnr.v number There is to be deducted from the Mrs. - I.. Matthew Saturday afterof machines It operuteil In one room, above described tract of land mid not noon. extra moisture Is more neressnry than to be sold herein the following de. Mr. nnd Mrs. William S. Hay visi-te- d few-- are kept More scribed boundary set apart to the If only a Mr. and Mrs. S. X. Sanders Inst moisture must be supplied In n wry widow iim her dower in said land: dry than In a humid climate. Hcginnlng nt it point in middle of Sunday. ! Sugar Creek, a new corner; thence Correct Conditions. The Messrs. O. P.. Xaylor, of for Thr.e Generation II Water on the glass door of tho In- up said creek with its meanders X. V have been visiting relatives Have Hade Child Birth K. to n point in cubator during hatching time It the 53 it,creek,Hi. 15 chain pointer corner here recently. buckeye .rill MS CirBy0.ln3 best Indication of rorrert moisture saidMrs. II. a Mett-alf- ; to thence leaving r. Mr. nnd Mrs. Henry Hay nnd famA good condition during Inrubntlnn. said creek ami up a drain and with ily visited wuy to learn tne proper amount n said Metcalf line S. Mr. nnd Mrs. James Simp I I ll'.'t. K. ,.... corll,., , line, h. son Thursday, evaiorntlon during Incubation Is to rhilln, to ta l a , ar.il set one or two hens when stiirllng lher,"j, V. 13 chains to a black walnut Mrs. William Hay and Mrs. I'redTiMu,! Incubator, and compure the slie of tbel corner to same. S. HON. W. 1.71 C.....I... ...! I.,. I.. ... (Alt... II , "uk"-iIn the egt:s under these twol chuins tu n small walnut corner to '"J"1 " socntT.. e3tMoo nlr sitr ,. S. 214, W. 1.511 ihuins to n visited Mrs. J. D. Hay Saturday nf - , ('lis st.uui9c9.,Dtri.i-conditions when testing on the seventh same. tut nnd fourteenth ln)t. As the weather small walnut corner to same, S. K'.j, Iteeomet wurtm-- more moNture I cen K. 5. 1'J chains to n fence post corner eruUy used than earlier In the season. to same; thence leaving Metcalf line W. l.i'.'J mill n new line S. n'U'.-Many o;erators add liinUture only chains to u mulberry; thence falling during the latter psrt of the Iniieli, into and down a branch X, 15 la. W, Is that what you say when paying a bill! Or do you generally on the siiteenth, seienttvntli U.52 chuins, X. H, W. 1.7II chain. X.I simply "gt through your pockeU" in an effort to scare up the nnd eighteenth da) a. W. 2.0U chains. X. 21, W. 2.5'Jl necessary amount? chains to the beginning, containing The man who taves and banks his savings with ui never GROWING SOY BEANS FOR HAY 17.50 acres. The purpose of this sale Is to dihat tu dig down iiit-- ' every pocket in order to pay a bill. vide the net proceeds arising from He simply writes out n check, and tho money is always Mtatlng With Much Favor by Thee the sale among the parties joint ownWhe Are Farming on Light in the bank to meet it. ers ns their interests may annt-ar-. N I er Sandy Soils. Have YOU a savings and checking account with us? TKH.MS. It's a mighty good habit. Why not start it without furthThe sale will be made on n credit Hoy heaps for emergency hay purer delay? poses hav.e grown rapidly In favor of six nnd twelve months, and the purchaser will be required to execute during the last ten jeiirs. etpsi-lallWc carry everything in the implement line. upproved security for the among thuae who are funung the bonds with V. purchase price, Payable to II. Consult us for Bargains. where clover and alfalfa Ilrown, Matter Commissioner, due in auodler soils ao well. Unlike six and twelve months respectively, re not likely to do millets and Hudan grata, both rela- with interest at six per cent from OF LANCASTER. tively low la protein, eoy beuu hay la date until paid, having the force and S. C. DENNY, C.kUr. digestible protein, be- effect of a judgment upon which exevery Blgfc ing about etjual tu alfalfa hay. Al- cution may issue, and a lien will be little dlBrult tu cure, retained upon the land until the purthough It l Ky. GcMra.1 chase money is paid. valthe palatablllty and high RoH Bank W. H. Brown, M. C. G. C. C. deair- ue of Ihla hay HuUe It R. II. Tomlinson, Att'y. for plffs. (lilii-- Ilutrman, t m-I- I Mr. Arnold Speake, of Coy spent. Sunday with his cousin, Mr. S. 11. i KENTUCKY. Speake. DANVILLE. Miss Illanchc Speake, of Lexington Oppoaite Gilckwr Hotel. Offica Hours to 12 aad 1 to S p.m. is spending the week with her par- , ents, Mr. and Mrs. I. II. Speake. ' Mr. Dick Spivey, who recently" moved to Louisville spent last week jWith his brother, Mr. Hoy Spivey. Mrs. Nannie Spivey has returned DIRECTOR Ito her home in Louisville, after n short vsit with her son, Mr. Hoy Spiv- Office Over National Hank. ey. Office Phone 27 JKetldence Phone S. Mrs. Ollie Lane, who has been suf- LANCASTEK.'KY. with blood poison caused from Ifering a splinter in her hand is bet-t- Optinttrist (rr.pAr.xl by the ta4ll fltit.s Drpart m.nl of Agriculture.) Moisture cud toiittlathm are tloeely related factor b Inruhatlott. the amount of earn depending upon the other The former It one of the un certain factors, fur as et no very satisfactory rules hate been esolted Oood which rover all etMidltlon. liatchea are secured loth with and without using moisture, under apparently almliar conditions, while each operator generally forks out by at perlenre the beat auusmt of molaturr The to use under his conditions. moisture and ventilation should, with correct heat, prodafw a normal chick st the and of the lacuhoflon trlod. Too tauch moisture me)? prevent the normal evaporation necessary to alio enough spare the chick to turn In the etc and break tha thetl, while ton little moisture may eaaae the chirk to become dried and stick to the shell, Moisture It need extensively In hatch' Ing In the South. In high altitudes, nnd In places where the Incubator ta run In a dry room, aay p"iuJtrjr ape-clallsts of United Slates Department of Agriculture. Many MetheeVs Uaas). Many methods are sjied ta supply moisture In IncuhattgA. such at aprln kilns eggs wirti warift water at about 100 degrees Fahrenheit, or placing a receptacle containing pan of wafer. molet .and. or wet sponge below the egg tray Another common method of .uppl)lng moltture Is to smmije or sotk the floor f the Incubator room tl of water under the or to place a lamp. Thexe If les. danger of retting too much moUture In the Incubator by this method thnn by putting mol Hire directly Into the egg chamber Master Kdwnrd Teater Is suffering from n badly cut foot sustained chop ping wood. Misses fternicc nnd Hcssio Teater entertained n number of friends very delightfully the first Sunday. nnd Mr. ami Mrs. J. V. Dailey sons, spent Sunday with Mrs. Dailey'.. parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sim Kay, of Pleasant Hill. Mr. Freeman Davis had a brnee of blood hounds brought here Inst week, hoping to catch the roges who stole his huey, but they failed to do so. Mean I I"1"' put on tho 1o. Iflr because money talks. Oreenvtlla (A. C.) Medraimt. A Haselden Bros Garage. not fntrrcstcd in nny rnr vxrrpt Ford wsbW Baautlful ff The world Is a beautiful hook, bat of little tif to him who cannot read It. C.oidtai. J Jud Ha the Right Idea. Jnd Tuuklij, u) u n Idle life It run-tn- t with the blossoms of fancy without for the fruits of achievement. WOLF TRAIL (Delayed .Mss ) ' ' - M s Li ,ian Da ley returned home Sunday after a pleasant v. sit in Mad - son J. A. Beazlev Mis Jessie Hay was n dinner guest to have llardstown. Sunday of Muses llermce and Hcsne nu empty promise, ni a large Mrs. Klbert Teater returned home Trnter. majority of the married mm ore read from Paint Lick Sunday. Mr. Powell Dniley and son spent to admit. atrchnnrr Mrs, A. Preton is spending a few Monday with Mr. and Mr. AiWe I with Hunter Hay. du)s h ' Hendron. "l'"lJ! r llie sheep.- - ld the Miss Maud Davis entertained a U enter-t.nne- il Mr and Mrs. John Dailey yn.,c1 WTl,'r- - "Ull,i number of friends Sunday. ,, ' ' Sunday Mr. nnd Mrs. Marse u,,,,r' Mist Ida Simpson of !nncnter, Murphy, Mr. and Mrs. Hubert u 10 'nttrr Sewers I Ibe kln.1 of soup I wants, visited Mrs. Allen Tenter recently. and Mr. John M. Murphy. Almost Invarlnldy the OTbers will take Mr. Mose Hay ami family attended iiio wie arnn ituiu. mi u ko' Mr. Harmon Teater and family, the burial of hw grandchild Saturday. Individuality. line. There U no Ve. spent the week-enwith Mr and Mrs. 1 usually more I'll admit suzcest tho Mr. Ililhe Fain was the guot of Allen Tester. Mr. Lucas Foster ami expensive duties to the master mlniL Mr. nnd Mrs. Hunter Davis Sunday. family were their guests in the afIt boosts the check."- - Vew York .'irs. i.lijnn .Mr.Miiil.iti anil son ternoon Sunda). were visiters on Poor Hidce WednesMr. and Mrs. Homer Hay enter-tame- d day. Mr. and Mrs. Klijnh Mc.Millian. LAND. Mr. Hard Price sprn the last week Mr and Mr. Wiibert Dailey, Master SALE end with Mr. and Mrs. Irvine SI Holman J. .HcMillian and Harmon (SAHHAUD CIP.CriT COl'HT. l.ill.ird Daiiey Sunday 'Vm. T, Adams. Adm'r, et nl. set-in- Nothing In It. Jesie . Hay has returned from n lT iiu d I COMMISSIONER'S OF VS. .MINERAL ' PlaintitTs. MONEY TO LOAN j er Or. Printus Walker t The Lancaster Building & Loan a a ,UCr' . i .,.. r s6?' ,,-- ia - ner-etsn- togi-iher- pMOTHERS . - r j, HERE IS YOUR CHECK i, Champion Vertical Lift Mower $75 Hay Rakes $40. Merchandise BryantsvilU, THE NATIONAL BANK Ct'M $30,000. Honor Noah Marsee, Jr. Surplus $30,000. Th Ctntral Rcord. Lancaster. Ky.. Thursday July 14, 1 92 1 LOVE Why Many Don't Save Saving money you will find, it not wholly Del mailer. This latement may sound is true. strange, but it Saving money is, first of all, a bone 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 lars-and-Cen- ts self-controto-da- y, semi-annually. American Legion Newt Itusirll C. Grots, of Philadelphia, F KEEP PUREBRED LIVE STOCK to name their projected community! homo for the hero. The Ovcrbrook' North Dakota Farmer Eliminates post will In the future he known as Runts by Liberal Feedlnf and Itusscll C. Gross post. roper Management (iilmore (iiilhraith, 18 years old, Bra.n-ant.Bac- k the only run of the late Col. F. W. rrlKirnl lt 0 t'nllil Pint's af Aarltiiltut ) (ialhraith, Jr., national commander To obtain tin most rapid growth of the American Legiun, who wasj nml of llo stork killed in an automobile accident, has f lnptiK-ri- t keep gooil stork, nml sr that not adopted the name of his distinguishl. dink Its growth from the Mm ed father. He will be known as It l born. Tlil l tf.e inetliod lijr width n Nnrtli H.ikotn fiirnuT pre- Frederick W. Galbralth 111. Members of the American Legion sent run If among Ms nnlmiila. In ii letter on tliU MitiJ-r- t to th in Lyon County, Knna, have agreed I'nlled Slnti'o I't piirinii nl of Agricul- that if the state of Kansai or the fedture, till ft lino studying the eral government give a bonu to rnui'4 mill pioti'lltlou nf tiiidorlftd former service ncn,athry will donate n part of the amount they receive to the payment of a debt on their new clubhouse to be erected at Kmporin, Kansas, at a cost of $15,000. To give unemployed veteran of the world war an opportunity to wurk, the welfare committee of the LANCASTER, KY. American Legion nt St. Louis, Mo., I arranging to clear 1100 acres of Wo sell traveler ChrquvH, which arc koo1 in timber land near Cahokia, 111. The men will ! paid from i- - to a day tho I'niU'd States and all fnreiKM countries. according to their ability ns woodsThi'.xf Ohmiiiv.h insure your funds auainst loss. men. A u tribute to the memory of Col. Thtre la Ne Eicum for Runty Pia. F. W. Gnlbraith. Jr., late national ( unliiiuls, lie ti), "In the jear of my farming und dro'ding And raising commander of the American Legion, Col. members lle sIim K of all klinN I do not remem- (alhruith'.' of the 17th. Infantry, have PAINT LICK tive. , ber a runt In I command in France, mi) ilnst or liri-- l. Mr Sophia Tread way and Mm,; hat nl"nj a liberal feiler anil applied for a charter for an Ameri( Delay fit.) giMtil mri-tuk- t r. all stuck can Legion post nt Cincinnati, Ohio, Quinlin, of llcrea, spent the weekMi i Nannie Campbell was in Itich-ma- end with friend and relative water at till to be known ns Frederick W. (Ialand! bad aree.K to gmxl, I for tho Fourth. Joined tho crowd going to Dripping' Mlli. Willi tblH. in nibllllon lo cut" hraith post. sbelter ami twitllutlrn. It that H. Woods, Mr. J. of l..inrniti'r, Spring the Fourth. Sergt. Alvin York, famed for his my young Mink would not itop growwas in Paint Lick Tuesday. church Sunday ing from the tune they were born. individual war record, has enrolled The Christian Miss Lena F.stridge spent the week-rn- J School pent the Ith. at Kings. Mill,! ami as a member of Davit! King Summers tmlciueiit hi ir.. post of tho American Legion at Chaton Du river. .SI composed the par- don't nelect tb" delalN.' with frineds in Stanford. A fiirmer In Verniniit of I.ousvlllc, visited ty. All reported an enjoyable tlmo writer. "A tanooga, Tenn. York was present at Mr. Ilumr, well bred iiiiiinnl well riin-i- l for will the organization meeting of the legSarah Itucker and family hut week- and plenty of dinner and tuppcr. end. Mr. Sarah Itucker and daughter. not prodine nint There is absolute- ion in France in 1 !!'., but did not ly mi eiciiM! for one In lUo tock or join the organzation until a few days anil Mm. W. T. Mis Chastine left Monday for l.ouis-'ville- , MIm 10a Hurt 1 iultry lly well bred lire to-where they will visit the form-le- niruti strong, healthy slock, writ taken ago. Green wore In Lexington shopping has A war ng.ilmt "soldbrickors" on, Mr. Hume Itucker for sever-'a- l eare of for eern generations, arid last Friday. been declared in Los Angles county, Ilef ore returning they broil for eotiMltiitloti 'Hits has li-week. evcr-a- l Mrt. Verdella Itucker spent .... H daughter. my eiwrlrnc fnmi boyhood, drst, Pnlif bv fliirlv.clv twita nf tb, ......j ila with Mm. G. M. Treadway 'will visit Mr. Itucker'n "(Joldbrickcrs" Legion. William, at Madison, with raliblls and game fouN, anil la- 1......, Minnie Mr. the past week. as men who pose as ex- ter with sheep, hogs, bone and catInd. Mr. Jack Hubert of Georgetown, ami service men antl prey upon the public tle An h lit. lit to a The following computed a luithing lienlihy Mr. ami with iprnt thr week-enanimal will, If tin- - accident purse as beggrr or solicitor for nonparty to I'aint Lick creek, near Mr occur lwfor It rrarbes lunturity, afMn. W. II. Iloop. existent "veteran publications." J. W. t.uynV Mte Mary Miller Tho American Legion's national Master Charlie llirde, of Detroit, ls..is..lai i r .1 iitriMt Diitini' et I in. fect Its slio but not Its priHlurthr ciipaeity Itint I. It wtll not legislative committee at Washington Mich., ti here for a lsit to hi sister, caster, Dianna Woods, of Klrktville.l ability to proiluco sutli young Its I D. C, has obtained prompt action Mr. I). II. Shepherd. Sabre Walker, oi sunioru, Marie ns It would hao had If no accident Mr. Garnet Kemper purchased a Arnold, llerdctta and Mlnnio Nelson had occurred. Kltmlnat all females I from the state department in seeking handsome edan tudebaker from the I'amie), Nancy Guyn and Jane Good-loe- , that aro not good ninlbers, and you the reloaip of fifty Greek Americans wilt swiii stamp th whole herd with who srved in the A. K. F. and have I'nint Lick Garage Co. of White Station constitution Then with care, which been Inducted into the Greek army Goodloe, of White Mint Jane mean nttentlou and feed, your runt while visiting their people. SecreWhile Station, is the guest of Mr. will fall to muterlultte" tary Hughe has instructed the Amerand Mr. It. (. Wood. HEALTH ican consul at Athcn to make strong Mr. and Mr. Ja. It. Carli.e, and ONLY BEST PUREBREDS SOLO representations to the Greek governlittle Min, of Columbus was with Mr ment for the release of the mn. Weak, watery, thin blood is It. (i. Wood, for the week-end- . Members of the American Legion sot able to rebuild food body Some Brder Insist That Every Animal Thty Duy or Stll Must 'For il I.lm, .Sand, Portland Cement, tissues aad It tayernaA f. must streagth you health Pan Standard. Rock, Common and Pressed Hrick. your blood. Increase enrich Hudson aV Farnau. the red blood corpuscles, aad So strongly has the purple "t tht Uk Ik MaaJ UiUr4 laaai purthar iM'tierslrei ciiiiipnlgii, now being conMr. W. II. White, of Atlanta drove 3. S. 9. ThaUMiUa at paaala la vaak. naa.alaam cana-iilthrough to Taint Lick and is the ka.a baaa .M..I by tkla 3. 3. 3. ducted by the Culled States IVpnrt nielit of Agriculture, uppciilcd to soiim guest of hi siter, Mr. It. (I. Wood. For Special ilooaJaf or lot inii-- 9 breeder ihnt they arv not content Ittual adrica, mil hauti htg9 Mr. and Mr. Tho. London and will' Cht Mrdieal Adtitut, only, but oery aniwith ptirebn-dS SS C. , Drp't 4), Athnf. Gm. fnrajly pent lat week with relative mal they buy or sell In addition to Gtt S. S. S. al uur Uiuititt a purebred mut pns u htiiudaril Jackion In London, llrosstleld nnd . Ttie IliettimN of one of county. bleeder In t'phur county. West VirMr. Hunce (tucker and on, Fulton, ginia, according to a reKrt recehed of Lauuville, have returned home by tho department. Illtitrotc thli after ii vmt to Mr Itucker' mother, tendency. tine This brooder ha Bimod henl of Angus cuttle. All culttw awblih .Mrs. Sarah Itucker and other rela g who tilled Slacker Ilirgdoll's place in the army wa killed in action in the Argonne after winning a citation for liravery, will he honored by the I'enn., post of the American Legion, whore members have decided Over-bron- k, Duofl . 1 Capital $S0,000.00 Surplus $0,000.00 Henar Rail Bank. 4 per cent paid an time posits. Call andi see us. J. J. Walker, President. t. a!e-- "et PI jV ir W. F. Chnmp. W. O. Itigney, Ass't. to the I'rcsblcnt. I . (J. Davidson. Cashier. J. L, (Jill, Assistant Cashier, V. F. Miller, Awlstant Cashier. Mrs. Naomi Hamilton, Teller. CITIZENS NATIONAL LANCASTER. KY. BANK. r JLaVs! Corner Public Square and Dnnville Street. The Garrard Bank & Trust Go t' Ilii-libfrt-'l- sm-iii- k r' well-brn- t at Anthony, Kansas, have contracted to shock 500 acres of wheat. Crews of IS to - legion men will go to the wheat fields each evening anil work until tluik. They will receive approximately four hundretl dollars for their work and will be used for equipping clubrooms. General I'ershing's cousin, .Miss Helen Gene I'ershing, of Seattle, Wash., and Kdwin A. Kraft, a member of the American Legion in that city, were married recently. Mr. Kraft served during the world war as a senior rgade radio operator in the navy nnd was seriously injured when the Westover wns torpedoed am! sunk otT the coast of France. Following his recovery ho was assigned to U. S. S. George Washington, the presidential ship. The unidentified body of a young man killed by a motorcycle nt St. l'aul, Minn., recently escaped burial in the Potter's field when among his possessions was discovered a small gold locket containing a likenes of the man himself in the uniform of a I'nited States soldier. Members of the American Legion took charge of tho body and the burial was with full military honor. KtTorts are now being made by legion men to citnblish identity of the victim. The Blue and Gray Association of Oklahoma has announced that it will turn over Its grounds antl buildings, formerly used by civil war veterans, to the American Legion post nt Bridgeport, Okla., September 1st., PILES! If you are a sufferer with piles, hemorrhoids, bllnj or bUnllntf. ) ou will ect rrln I Iriimlhe Brt arrl'c'11"" of fur piles and tiitult. Trr-Irct-ly toothing: dues nut tnuit. 11.00 br t r. Old, till cow- - aalvc) mill. ptrpalJ. tIU ri Maasfsctarir, frets, tj. JUDSON Mr. James llick.i had a valuable to die last week. Mr. James Hfcks spent a few days recently with Mrs. Howard Logan. Bale Tie for sale. Infln-em- IEPENIS Rioh, Re)d Blood II Hudson a Farnau. Master Willie Hugh Lane spent last week with Mr. ami Mrs. Hugh Simpson of the Stanford road. Mcstlames L. L. Matthew-- and Patsy Simpson were the guests Friday of Mrs. Cronley Ilardwick. Mr. anil Mrs. Win. Black and daughter. Virginia were guests Sunday of Mrs. Nannie Hay and family. Mrs. Nannie Ray and daughter, 1921. Virginia, and her guest, Miss ElizaIt's hard to think of a Hockfcller Goebcl Barnes were entertained riding in n flivver, but tuch is the beth Monday at the home of Mrs. Dan truth. William G. Itockfeller, of the Kay. fashionable Greenwich, Conn., mm-mMr. Henry Grimes diet! at his home colony was awarded one recently at a carnival given by the Green Saturday after two years of illness. wich post of the American Legion.' He leaves to mourn his loss a wife It cost him SI 5. John D. Itockeller ami eight children. Much sympathy is extended the bereaved ones in their will supply the gasoline, 'tis said. hours of sorrow. May the Lord bless Some people are foolish enough to them In their sadness. He was laid believe all they hear, including what to rest in the Lancaster cemetery at they say themsclvef. fonr o'clock Sunday afternoon. cr a s For Rich, Rad S.SS eci-llt.tv- fall below tho standiirtl of ecelleni-that bo has set arc not reA'tcriMl. but arc either cntniicd or sold on tb mnrket as common ctittlo. I'lx-GIVE EWES NUTRITIOUS FEED Animals Entitled to Llbtral Trtatmtn While Carrying Young and Growing Wool. After the ewe aro bred they are growing their young, growing a crop of wool, maintaining their own body and should bo foil accordingly. C.he the ewes enough good, nutritious foil to keep them In n good healthy, thrifty Where pasture i uhtmd-ancondUlon. they will need no other feci), n green foil l tho natural and best food for sheep. Buy a pipe and some P. A. Get the joy that's due you! We print it right here that if you don't know the "feel" and the friendship of a joy'us jimmy pipe GO GET ONE t And get some Prince Albert and bang a howdy-d- o t, on the big smoke-goa- gt ZiGiVsiMB3wrnisiB BROOD SOWS NEED EXERCISE Good Plan to Comptl Animal to Come Out of Sleeping Quarters for Her Dally Feed. Itrood sow nceil exercise to avoid becoming t fut at furrowing time. KxeroKo can Ik forced on the sow by forcing her to como out for feed Instead of feeding rloo to Hie idivpltig tpjiirloni. frlmtt Alkttt U rat fU it laprx lou, tidy raj pawnal aaf hall paunj tin kamiJt$ aaJmtha riunj rr)ila!(fal! with fxn( maitHnmr P. For, Prince Albert's quality flator coolies? fragrance is in a class of its own I You never tasted such tobacco! Why figure out what it alone means to your tongue and temper when we tell you that! issHnBsssiBH- - Efll EXCELLENT FEED FOR HORSES Carrots Are Particularly Refreshing to Hunter or Work Animal Usually Fed Raw. Prince Albert can't bite, can't parch! Our exclusive patented process fixes that I D!mA A K fiiuH, nmti t o icvcitauuu fa a wasusi b cigarette I iu A.1.Ia ia MMtltaila f.M.li. jay, uui uuw iui ucuguiiui uavor mattes a aenu And, how it does answer that hankering t Princo Albert rolls easy and stays put because it is crimped cut. And, say oh go on and get the papers or a pipe ( Do it right Mil 1 A m ah CONN and CONN Carrots urv not excelled a a food for the hoiv. They arc particularly refreshing ghen to u hunter niter a hard tla mir rough country, cr Sr CsrtiM imi H. j. lUrMiaa TtbatcaC. M.C. rfflNRAlKRT 4a snfitasanaBaf fatMt eamasJaa 1 d WU.I.a-SaJ-a- M ruw or alicvU. 4 Special ALUMINUM Th Central Record, Lancaster Ky. Thursday, July 14, 1921 . THE BUICK IS CAR A MIGHTY UTENSILS SATISFYING If we were searching for a single word to cover the case for the Buick, we are inclined to the belief TO OWN FOR 10 DAYS Buick has built more than 700,000 automobiles Ladles lee our wladow. fioodloe JUOSON a Walker Bros Richmond were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Hendrickson Sunday. Messrs. Arnie and Sam Naylor and they have gone into every highway on the globe. They have gone into the hands of all classes of owners, nnd yet, individually and collectively, they have stood the test, they have proven themselves, they have won through. V that SATISFYING would be the term we should use. It is all of that in the best sense. People everywhere now recognise clearly the fact that the nutomobile is n necessity. It is as much So that the n part of our daily life ns the telephone. celebrated their birthdays at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Arnie Naylor Wednesday. About fifty guests were present and all spent a very enjoyable day. Ml Lillie Mae Naylor, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arnie Naylor and Mr. Everett Hatfield, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Hatfield were united in son. We marriage Thursday at Danville. Mr. Patsy Simpson spent the day wish them much joy and happiness. Friday with her sister, Mrs. L. L. Matthew. GUY. Miss Ellen Carrier was the truest Sunday of Misses Osea and Willie Miss Cora Doolin has been quite Mae Grimes. sick the past week. Mr. and Mrs. James Foster wore Mr. Tom Barnes spent Saturday KUests Sunday of Mr. and Mr. Marnight with Mr. Earl Doolin. shall Rayburn. Mr. nnd Mrs. Tom Marsee spent Mr. and Mrs. Edd Dailey, of Madi Sunday with Lexington friends. son were the guests Sunday of Mr. Mrs. C. R. Henry visited Mr. and Mr. Walton. James Yantia Tuesday afternoon. Win Mr. Willie Spoonamore, of Mr. Armted Barner, of Jessamine Chester, spent Saturday night with was the guest Saturday night of the Mr. Henry T. Grimes. guest Mr. and Mrs. John Clark, Mr. and Mrs, Sam Clark were the guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Sim Clark. Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Naylor were guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Simpson, of the Stanford road. Mr. and Mrs. John Dyehooae and Mr. Luther Smith were the guests Tuesday of Mrs. Wm. Adams and Mr. and Mrs. Grover Lamb. Miss Elixabeth Goebel Barnes returned to her home at Brodhead Osborns. Mi Lucy Turner was the guest Saturday night of Mr. and Mrs. J. P. was the afternoon Sunday of Mrs. Nannie Kay. Urn, Sana. PortlaaJ Corneal, Hudson 4k Faraau. Rock sod Brick. Mi Lou Delia Peace, of Lancaster, was the jruest Sunday of Mr. Sim Clark. Mr. nnd Mr. I I.. Matthew were jsuests Sunday of Mrs. Tatty Simp- Mr. John Yater car which answers the various and increased de- mands put upon it for both business and family use MUST be right. The Buick is satisfying because it does its work in a perfectly matter-of-faway. It does not have to be nursed or petted or coddled. It responds to ct believe our owners will agree with us that the Buick is a SATISFYING car to own. than that it is a SATISFYING It is more car to sell, to service, We have unde- to be identified with any capacity. limited confidence in it, in the correctness of its sign, in the honesty of its manufacture. We fair treatment, of course, but there is no car in the world that will stand so well, neglect, abuse and constant hammering around. ment U are in- marketing it with the same high ideals, the same ISFYING" as the car itself. Kvery day our wonder- tention to make our part in the transaction us "SAT- excited by some fresh evidence of this. Lancaster Buick 0 Co. Foley. Miss Ellen Carrier visited Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Grime of Judson the past week-end. CONN & CONN GARAGE, Lancaster, Ky. "Only in Mr. and Mrs. Joe Turner and chil a Buick can you get a Buick" J. L. Van- - Tuesday afternoon after a two weeks visit with Virginia Ray. ORCHARD GROVE , Master Oris Huffman is a victim of chickenpox. Mrs. J. P. Huffman baa retsratd from a visit with relatives in Richmond and Pincvllle. Mrs. George Edington and children spent last week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Humphrey. Mr. and Mrs. Elisha Adams were guests of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Andy Adams Sunday. Try a sack of BallarcU Obelisk Flour. Wo dolivor ia towa. Hudson 4k Faraau. Mr. and Mrs. George Edington and children spent Sunday with his mother, Mrs. Rilda Edington near Bourne. Mr. and Mrs. James Stone and little daughter, Elizabeth, spent Saturday night nnd Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Andy Huffman at Backcrcek. Marsee. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Hendrickson Misses Wilma and Stella Henry of and Mrs. Sam Moberlvy and son, of the Falls Lick road, were Friday dren were Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Barnes. Miss I.Ida Broaddus has returned home, after a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Miley Beazley. Misses Edith King and Daysie Runells spent Sunday with Misaei Cora and Flora Doolin. Usao provosts disoooe. Uso it aroaad all outbuilsUags. Haoooa 4k Farasa. Mr. and Mrs, Oscar Lewis, of Versailles, arrivc Saturday for a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Tom Doolin. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Prather and children of McQuerry were visitors Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. William Walker. Mr. and Mrs. Miley Beazley, Misses Dorothy and Josephine Beazley were Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Kinder. Mrs. Wm. Lane and little son and daughters, Misses Flonnie Mae and Savanah were visitors Thursday of Mrs. Alfred Poynter. Mr. nnd Mrs. Mack Turner and two attractive children were the guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Noah lib-oral- ly Milton night guests of Mesdames Ward and C. R. Henry. Mrs. Carrie Davidson and Master Z. T. Rice.. Jr., attended the Chau tauqua at Lancaster last week and were visitors of Mr. and Mrs. I (I. Davidson. Mr. and Mrs. John Osborn and panied by Misses Wilma and Stella Earl Clark, Mr. tad Mm Miss Lee Anna Osborn attended Henry left Saturday for a visit with tis and two tons. church Sunday at Pleasant Hill and Indiana and Illinois relatives. were dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Ward had for Say or Hurt. their Sunday iruests Mr. and Mrs. A IMtto Mrs. C. R. Henry and children, R. H. Ward and children, of Madison, otovo will ooMrof tea James Milton and Louis, accom Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Clark and Master bag or ooJos. How for a sixty-fo- ur well-known Diamonds behaved Virginia Utility Company a. "We have used the Diamond Tires and, after a thereugh test, we believe that this tire is the best fee eur service. Our trucks cever mere territory than any ether trucks en the Benin-sulFer your information, I might advise that these trucks, sixteen in number, take care el the territory from Fes Hill to Camp Morrison. They are operated in all kinds and conditions of weather and, all in all, I believe the Diamond tire is the Frank B. Lawten best for our service." Newport News and Hampton Ry., Gas A Electric Co., Newport News, Va. Public Sale - OF - Buy Diamonds for economy. They are the real thrift tires, and have been standard years. for twenty-fiv- e Accounts L. G. The Diamond Rubber Company, Inc. Akron, Ohim DAIK0N TttSTEE OF COY S. SANDERS, BANKRUPT Perauant to an. order of Nelson D. Rhodes. Referee in Baakruptcy, the unojatnigncd, L. G. Davidson, as trustee of voy a. Banners, nanmpt, win on, SATURDAY, JULY, 23rd. 1921 Those desiring to see said accounts before bidding can see same by calling on me at the Citizens National Bank. Terms Cash. Diamond TIRES IMAMOWD at 2:00 P. M.. in front of the Court House door in Lancaster, Ky., sell the Store Accounts of said bunkrupt. CORD AND FABRIC L. G. DAVIDSON. t TRUSTEE IN BANKRUPTCY OF COY S. SANDERS. MP AND HaT TCTBS