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TWENTY-TWOFFICERS ELECTED DEATH CLOSES LANCASTER LANDS BONUS BILL IS AMERICAN YOUNG LIFE Two More Victories. COUNTIES Chamber Of Commerce FARMERS BURIED BY SENATE Charged With Crime Bitter Clashes Mark Having Working Or- Holds First Meeting. Of Eugene Broadus. Burgin And Brodhead ganizations For CoLast Friday morning about seven Vote And Fight Is ThV first meeting of the member Of Profiteering. Latest Victims. o'clock, the Death Ar.gel hovered was of t'.e Chamber of Commerce operative Tobacco Almost Started over the home of Mr. and Mrs. held In the Court House last Friday Ss CkarbcUriitlc Utterance Sr GOOD CROWDS SEE GAMES. Broadu, of thi city and claimed night' with about one hundred presMarketing. T Throw FlooJ Of LIM. 'EM. STANLEY TAUNTS their 18 year old son, Eugene, who O Cron-ley The last mrmWr of the Harding administration to Ret into hot water by making speeches is Comptroller of the Currency Crlssinger. the person-n- l appointee of Present Harding, whose recent peech is arousing, the The speech. ire of the farmer. made on June 'J at the Convention . of the New York State Hanker' at Atlantic City. ha not been widely reported. The follow-in- g extract will be of peculiar interest In nitricultural communities: "Amercan farmer are caught In the wreck of their owi which l the direct reult of their ptWUering during the war. Cuba It in grrat distress because it good fortune tempted it to extravagance, speculation inflation of money, credit ami prices during th war. "Vet, if you smile the smile of superior sophistication at little Culm, caught In the wreck of its I will retort that Cuba and farming counour own try are In precisely the same pickle. fast on The farmers made money the high prices that e t ry body dhl exactly what everbod V did In Cuba; went to speculating in farms, forcing the price higher and higher, selling and reselling on small payments, and discounting the notes, which represented deferred payment. Then the price of co'.lon and wheat nnd corn and hogs started downward on the same path that Cuba's sugar was following, and our farmers and agricultural speculators found themselves in full fellowship with Cuba' planters "So, we see that lh profits of the profiteer, whether in Cuba or here, have disappeared, He cannot meet his notes, the banks cannot alford to carry him, and both he and the banks are being squeezed. " As In the case of Ambassador Harvey, who has not been recalled and so far as anyone knows has not been rebuked for his Pilgrim's Society speech. Comptroller Criinger has It i neither rebuked nor dismissed. pointed out, however, that Comptroller Crissinger had as good grounds at Ambassador Harvey could have had for believing hit utteiance in harmony with the viewi of President Harding, for on Feb. 26, 1917, discussing the Itevenue Kill and arguing against further corporvion taxes, Mr. Harding, then a Senator, said: "I venture to say that if the corporation of thia country were holding back food product! for advanced prlcei. at doe the An'i rican farmer, there would be an outcry from one end of this country to another." He may have found justification in a speech by Senator Harding in the Congressional Record of Aug. 31, 1917, containing this statement. "I said that raising one dollar wheat was a profitable occupation In timet of peace; nnd I say to the Sena tor from North Dakota that the knowing farmer of the country are buying land In Ohio at IlliO per acre for the very purpose cf going into n commercial propositin of raising wheat profitably at one dollar per bushel." Republican Discontent Growing The nlmoit painful notes of discontent over the inaction nnd apparent Inability of the administration continue In the Republican press, wheh much severer In its criticism than the Democratic rress, because the latter has shown n disposition all along to give the administration a fair chance to make good. The Hostun Transcr.pt. nn ebony-dye- d Republican paper, commenting on what it call the "Republican Failure" and the explanation of .some of the President's friend that the Republican majority In Congress is too large to be handled easily, say: "We think wo can safely promise the President a considerable reduction in the Republican majority in each House." The staunch Philadelphia Inquirer spokesman for Pennsylvania reactionary Republicanism, commenting on the prediction of former Chairman of the House Appropriation Committee, Good, who recently signed from Congress, that unlet the expenditure of the government are materially reduced and the burden of taxation subsequently lightened the. Republican will be twept out cf power. tay: "Beyond a doubt the American people have ton greatly disappoint-e- d by the him of accosap-llahmein th direction Indicate!." It warns Republcan leader In Con. super-prosper-It- y super-prosperitn 1 te nt Washington, The administration won ltt battle in Congtes when the responding to President Senate, Harding' recent request, recommitted the solider's bonus bill indefinitely to the Finance Committee. The vote of recommittal was 47 to 29. Hoth parties divd'ed upon the rollcall, nine Republicans voting against, while eight Democrats Joined the bulk of Republicans for recommittal. An effort for an order directing early return of the bill to the Senate was defeated by n vote of fi'J to 7, a motion of Senator William S. Keny-oRepublican, of Iowa, to have the bill hrough bark early in January being rejected. Senator Key Pittman. Democrat, of Nevada, thereupon announced that he would make a motion every week hereafter to bring back the bill from the committee. Stormy clashes between Dcmocra' tic opponents and Republican advocates of recommittal marked the cltlltltc debate, but they were mild as compared to scenes which followed the rollcall. One of the incidents was n challenge by Senator Porter Y. McCumber. Republican, of North Dskota, champion of tie bill, to Sena tor James A. Reed, Deuocrat, of to settle a ques'ion of veracity "outside," and shouts of "sit down," made to Senator Thomas I!. Watson, Democrat, of Georgia. There were many tense moments especially when Senators McCumber and Reed walked toward each other Senaon opposite sides of the aisle. tor Joe T. Robinson and others, howThl them. ever, stepped betweer occurred when Senator Reed, referring to Mr. MrCumber's Invitation for discussion of thor differences "outvie," declared "I never saw a blackguard yet who did not want to go outside to settle. Stanley Taunt Republicans Washington, "Today, by this performance," said Senator A. O. Stanley, of Kentucky, Juit before the vote approving recommittal of the soldier bonus bill In the Senate, "you place the teal of our eternai approval upon that thing you mot denounced In the Woodrow Wilson or you place teal of cowardice upon your own conduct. Kither Wilson was right and you called hit all but traitor or he was wrong. If he was right, the charge should never have been made. If he was wrong, there Is no xcuse for this bass submission to your own President, who more than imitate him." n. .Mis-sou- ri of the proposed co operative marketing cssociation of hurley tobacco growers proceeded rapidly last week, and at present twenty-twcounties have organizations working or re.niy to work in the interest of the ompalgn to obtain signatures to th' contract. Shelby County liai obtained the largest number rf pmnds, having signed up one fourth of the total av crage production of th? county under the leadership of R. A. Thoma. Carroll county has the largest per rentage of produitlon, about fiO per rent Rath county h.-- signed up 22 per cent of It prrduc ion In two flrt meetings. Madison, Rourbon, Hath, and Shelby counties have active organizations which are making daily report of progress to the headquarters. Active signup work is In pro gress only In about eight counties, but will be started in all this week. The counties In which organiza tions have been form I are Carroll, Trmble, Gallatin, Owen, Franktn, Shelby, Anderson, Net..on, Washing ton, Marion, l.inron, Inrrard, Madi son. Clark, Rath, Mason, Harrison, Rourbon, Scott, Jessamine, Fayette, and Switzerland and Ohio counties, in Indiana. Meetings have beer scheduled for several counties out, ii the central lllue Grass distrit' am the organiza lion will be extended to these see tions as quickly as posible. Jesa mine and Rourbon counties next week will launch an n tensive dr".e to make a house to houe canvas of every grower. The schedule of meetings for this wee!- - it ns follows MonJny, Georgetown and Switzcr; Tuesday, Millersburg: Thursday Carl isle- - Friday. Flemingbvrg; Saturday, Nirhnlasville and New Castle. R M. Rarker, of Carrollton. will extend organization to remaining In diana counties which burley tobacco this week. i'e report that all counties there are receptive of the movement. The organization lotnmlttce ha now been increased to forty-tcveo s of thia ent. The primary meeting was to elect officers for the ensuing year. The mei ting wa called to order by R. I.. Klkin, who had been previously named as chairman of the election committee, with W. R. Hnstln and Henry Moore. Qu'te a friendly rivalry had been created by friends of the three candidates, who had previously been nominated for president of the club by a referendum vote cf the member the week before. Rut everything turned out harmoniously and L. G. Davidson, cashier of the Citizens National Rank was elected President. This was followed b- tSe election of A. D. Joseph, with G. W. A Farnau and II. Thompson Charlie directors. Kierybody seems to be pleaed with the selection and feel t'.t t the organization is in safe ham's with these sc t, Swim-broad, , had Dead Heroes Messrs. 'elegr.tion from the Lexington Hoar I of Commerce ,. on hand and assisted mtterinlly in the election of the officers and offered many suggestions that will be of great help to the club n the future. Those composing tl.c party from Lexington were: Mesrs. Harry S. Rrower, S It. Feathtrstone, - II. Shoue, Wood G. Durlap, J. O. Cree'h. Harry Richards, Colonel James Ma-and Frank C. Dunn. Each of these gentlemen was called upon for a short talk Mid all responded heartily. The Lexington Hoard of Commerce was givn n unanimous vote of thank for tht assistance it ha riven our local board since its organization. Resolutions were also adopted, and forwarded to Dr. Frank I McVey, president of Kei.tucky Notice University, asking tha he not resign Ex. Service Men. at this time, hut urgJ to remain and cont'rue his fight for flu. programme All members of the American of expansion for the Institution which Legion and Ex. Service men of the he outlined some tilre ago. county nre urgently requested to meet at the POLICE COURT ROOM A s et buslrs iimn. been n sufferer from heart trouble for nearly three years. Everything that medical skill, constant nursing, devoted and untiring administrations to hi wants, were done, but to no avail. Kugenc Broadu was nn excellent young man nnd had a host of friends In Lancaster and in the county, who admired him for h's bright disposition and lovable nature. In the family relations he was a devoted, affection ate and obedient ton. His young friends and they embrace all who knew him leeply lament hi untlme ly removal from them, but "Death comes to all. Hi., cold and sapless hand moves o'er the world and beck ons us away. Who Shall resist the summons?" "They drop so fast ere life' e we tread, few know so many friends alive as dead." Reside his parents, he is survived by two brothers, Karl, of this city nnd O'Neal Broadus, of Chicago; and two sisters, Mrs. Lillian Parsons of this county and Hazet Broadus. Since very young he had been a member of the Church of Christ n. d was devoted to its teachings. Funeral sen-icewere conducted at the Lancaster cem etery last Sunday afternoon by El ders William Severance nnd W. V Anderson, of Stanford. The pall bearers being hi young friends. Messrs. Clyde Holtzclnw, Harry Brat ton, Abncr Ray, Paul Stapp, Thomp son handers, and Earl Carter. May the birds sing sweetly above Eugene's grave and the flowers per petually bloom there. mid-stag- Manager Carpeatar't Team Playing Fait Sail. The Lancaster town team defeated the strong team from Burgin on the formers ground b the tcore of 5 to 4. Legionaires And in LANCASTER. KY., SATURDAY Bodies Arrive. Jat. Naylor and Wilbur R. GARRARD COUNTY Well Represented At Training Camp. The Citizens Militaiy Camp, which open, today at Camp Henry Knox, will well be represented by Garrard county, as ten have been accepted from the county out of a total of 231 recruit from the entire state. The Smith, formerly of this county, but now residing in Lincoln received latt Saturday telegrams from the War Department that the bodies of their ton arrived at Hobokrn, X. J., on the 1 5th., and will be shipped to Lancaster for burial. These valliant young men gave their live cn the battlefields of France. The American Legion of the Held-a- l Ssnford Post !'o. 35 are making arrangements to conduct the funeral services. NIGHT, JULY 2.1rd.. nl 7:45 P. M. Arrangements will r made at this meeting to select th firing squad, Pall bearer and other matters pertaining to the burial of the two soldiers' bod!es that wi'.i be shipped to Lancaster for burial. Please be present and on time. Frisbie-Herr- on This was without i doubt one of the best games of the season. Every man was on hi toes and they all played professional ball. Hicks on the mound for the local played his usual good game and pitched himself out of several bad holes. His catcher. "Dick" Lackey, worked like a machinr and gave him all the backing needed. Capt. Kinnaird played hi usual good game at first anil also used the stick to good advantage, while Woj.Is on second, Miller on short ami Walker on third made the birds sing be their playing. Nothing was too hot fat thi trio and they pegged them out at first when It looked impossible for them to do so The little South Paw had excel-lehacking from his fielders in the persons of Joseph and Curtit, who played right field for 5 and 4 innings each, Cox in Center nnd Jenkins in left field. The visitors led off in the third innlnc whsn King, the visitors pitcher, walked to the bat and connected with the pill for a homer, Lancaster came back in the fifth, tied the score and went on a run in the lead. The visitors tied this score in the fourth when in the sixth King (The former Chicago White Sox pitcher) went up in the air and the loca' lad pounded him over the lot for t'l.ve runs, making Lancaster a total of 5 runs. The visitors worked hard and made two runt, making the'r total 4 runs, with two men on bases, two outs and a fly ball over catche.-- t head and the old fame was over with Mgr. Carpenter adding another blue ribbon on his long string of Following is the box tcore of the tw teams: Total hits for Lancaster, 10; for Burjr'n 9. Errors, Lancaster (Hicks) 2; Burgin (Bohon) 2. Two Base Hits Ku.raird. Three Bae Hits Kinnaird, Morgan and Turner. King. Home Run Left on bates, Lancaster 3; Burgin, nt Playing At Stanford. Stock Company, which played h're during the last week of June are to play in Stanford all of next week. The program wil' be changed nightly and on Saturcsy night of next week they are to play Tempest and Sunshine. Many from wdl go over during this company' stay In Stanford. U) The Heffner-Vinso- n (Sood's warning, but of such n desire. sie no evidence Dr R. I.. Davidson Has withdrawn Dawes, who from the race for ll.e republican likened the machinery given him in nomination for State Pcnator, leavthe budget bill to n "toothpick with ing h- opponent, Col. Joe S. Husel-de- n which to tunnel Pike't Peak.' The of Crab Orchard Springs, a lone Ceneral, however, has set to work hand In the race. Dr. Davidson gives with the "toothpick" to prepare the ns the reason for hi withdrawal that he docs not feel that n contest would lima budget. governments, bud- prove helpful to hit party. Many in get are made before appropriations, thought tint he woul defeat Col. but as the appropriations for 1922 Haielden and would prove the stronghave mostly been made, (Seneral er cpndidate in November. Robin-to- n stock ha gone up several point Dawes' budget follow the appropri since Dr. Davidson gave, out the stateations. This latter method, however, it. is ment that he wat no longer a canpointed out, harmonize with the ad- didal". Interior Journal. (Jen. "llcll-nnd-Meriwell-ordere- d 1 " "Economy Wronr The tenseness and seriousness of the plight of the administraton by renon of growing dissatisfaction, extending into the Republican party press, over the failute to meet the expertntons of the country has been relieved somewhat by the activities of the new Drector of the lludget, End-To.- train'ng Is scheduled to last until Augutt 20th. Travel allowance at the rate of live cents n mile will be paid to all those who a.tend the camp, both for the trip to 11 e cantonment and the return home. Those who have "signed up" must report at Camp Knox today, according to orders that have been ;snued at the headquarters of the Fil'h Corps Area, Fort llenjamin Harriion, Ind. Those who will at.ord from thi county are: George Ijiwson, 7ack Preston Hcsty, Marcellus; Uufu Stone, James T. Clark, Richard Jones Davit, Clarence Nave Haw-leKarnest Ralston Henderson, Acton Roy.se, loin Wilfred Kuhl-maof Paint l.irk; Oriu Waldo lluena y, 01-l- ie n, Trial Postponed. of Robert Lunsford, charged wit'i killing Brown Jatper, near Bryantsville last week, was postponed until tomorrow, (Friday), when the case will come up before Judge Forest Stapp. The attorneys for Lunsford asked for n postponement, on the ground that they had not had sufficient time tince employed by the defendant to prepare the case. I.u..ford Is still In Jail. Some Interestiny; facts are said, will be brought out at the trial tomorrow. The examining trial Simpson Dr. Davidson Out Of Senatorial Race. (Mi that tkty ahottltl tod ministration' plan of beginning at that it the wrong end on economy cent to soy, letting the ninety-thre- e for war of each dollar of taxation stand a it i and trying to save something on the other seven cent. There i nrccedent for these meth ods, however, if not in government at least in literature. The famou trial In "Alice in Wonderland" begin by the court' instruction to the jury Mr. to "prepare your verdict." Bate Ball. On latt Saturday afternoon the Marktbury Base Ball team defeated the BryanUville' firs, team on the latter ground, the finU score being 21 ti 6. The BryanUville boy made a hard fight but were out clawed by the local team. Car af Lit 1 barrels just races--si- , Hm4c 4 Faimais. In the death of Mr. Uriah Dunn Simpson, who passed away at hi home in this city last Sunday morning. I.aiicister lint lost one of her best known citizens, the family n devoted nnd affectionate husband and father nnd the comn. unity n good neighbor. About ten weeks ngn Mr. Simpson was stricki-with paralysis ami after two relapses the end came peacefully latt Sunday morning. He was horn near Gilbert Creek, Miy 1.1th., 1851 Next Monday. and was In hi seventy-firs- t year. He wa ii member of the Christian Next Monday it county court day church nnd always r.dvocated it In Lrnrntter and a lar;e crowd it exteachings. He is survived by his, pected in town. Judgu E. C. O'Rear, widow, one daughtei, Mrs. Kph of Frankfrot, will tell the people of Rrown, of tht city ui.d two ton. Garrard ami surrounding counties, of plan of marketing Messrs Henry and Join W. Simpson. thu One sister also surv'ves, being Mr. our tobacco, something that i of vast J. C Thompson, of Sat. Diego, Calif. importance to the fanr.en and growA targe concourse rf friend and ers in the Mate of Kentucky and in relat'vcs attended the burial in the the Blue Grat sectio-- i in particular. Lancaster cemetery Monday after- Don't fail to attend tilt meeting at noon at four o'clock, the service be- tomething may be taid that will mean ing conducted by Rev. F. M. Tinder, many dollar in the picket of the formerly of thi place but now of tobacco grower. North Middletown. away at Raataa' T a give LOST A pair of gold rimmed OtMra Hatitss Moaaay algkl, Jly Sf, glatte in cate. Either at depot or (Casirt Day) ONE REGISTERED on the square. Reward if returned DUftOC GILT. frsMi tkm fatawtt CakUtraaaa Fans, Laaiagtea, Ky. to th! of Ice. One of the social surprises of the season, was the marriage last Tues day of Miss Gladys Frisble, only- daughter of Mrs. Mary Logan, of this city and Mr. Stanky Herron, son of Mr. and Mrs. Luther Herron. So well did they ktep their secret, that few knew they wore even sweet hearts, and naturally were surprised when it was announced that they had left for Harrodsburg, where the cere mony took place by one of the local pastors of that city. Mrs. Herron ij one oi uincaster s most beautiful and charming young ladies, which is only equaled by her lovely character and sweet disposition. Mr Herron is a very successful young business man, beinc a part owner in the pool room and soft drink stand of Cox & Herron and enjoys one of tht best business in this line in the city He is equal ly popular and has a host of friends among thu old at well .is the young boy of the city. After the ceremony they left for Alum Springs where tbey will spend a few days before returning to their home in luincaster, at which time will receive the best wishc of many friend for n long end useful life of matrimonial bliss t.nd unalloyed happiness. 4. Struck out King 10, Hicks 7. Umpires, Grime and Whittaker. Time of game one hour, t minutes. Scorer, Lawson. Another victory wa awarded the All Stars wl en they won from the Brodhead tctm here yesterday by the score of 9 to 2. The Brodhead team claimed to be the best in the Mountains have an excellent team when pbying in their class, however, their air castle were ruined when they stepped upon a blue diamond anj tried to give the local nine a game Drtw, the tall mountaineer on the mound for the Visitors worked very good nnd 'tooil the punishment tine, owning to the poor nipport on the part of his team mate). Lancaster started the ball rolling in the third inning when Woods came to the bat, knocked a grounder to short and run it out to first. San-for- d rotine-te- d with th. pill for a two baggtr scoring Wo.dt, Kinnaird tingled scoring Sanfcid, Jenkins hit to r'i'ht Held scoring Kinnaird, Hit hit to scend, scoring Jenkns an error when old faithful Walker, who plays third most creditably swatted the ball for a three bigger scoring Hicks Judge O'Rear The fourth inning loiked like they were going to do the swiic thing, how-- , ever, our lads succeeded in scoring one run, in the fifth inring they came back nnd completed their scoring by making three runs. Tb Visitors rallied fn the ninth, and ade two run, making the final coun read 'J to 2, in favor of Mgr. Carpenter' team. Lack of space at this time prevent ut from giving more of the game in detail, but we would like to ay Jutt here, that Lancatter tiever played a better game than they played yesterday nor have they met a cleaner set of player than the Brodhead boy proved to be. Had the'r pitcher had the support he deserved, the retu't would have been th tame, but the score would have been different. Tht Central Record. Lancaster, Ky., Thunday, July 21, 92 1 1 Lucky Tammany's Clerical Guest. llourland following article by the mln (The lter of the local Christian Church recently appeared In the Christian Century of Chicago, one of the lead ing religious Journals of this country Feeling that the article will be of in tcrcst to many In our county we are republishing the article with Mr, llourland's content. Kditor.) Kdltor The Christian Century: "Sill: That was an Interesting editorial which appeared in The Chriitian Century some weeks ago the one on "Hcliglon In the Open. Among other things, it wa said In that editorial: "Kver since the rise of scientific method in scholarship, religion has deemed itself exempt from those pro were cesses of investigation which utilized freely in all other depart ment of human Ife. Her defender shrank from the cold procedures of science and kept her under the pro and traditions. tection of dogma Theological seminaries were kept apart from universities like hot house conservatories maintained for the protection of plant against the Irre gularities of the outdoor climate. As a result, the Christian, ministry is the last of the learned profession to adopt the attitude of freedom, of experimentation and of tolerance. As a further result the church has been kept behind other social agencies in its adjustment to the spirit of the new age." The editor further said that until the appearance of Professor Kitch's little book, "Can the Church Survive in the Changing Order" "There was scarcely any bit of lty K. 11. Strike cigarette It's n funny ort of combination, but the man who paint a town rcil often get a black eye during the performance. There are very few fool in this world. They generally have enough sense left to consider others more afflicted than themselves. universally admitted that the It Lord created but one perfect man, who but there are many millions 1 claim to be No. 'J. Of course, there may be method in the madncs of some women who arc continually putting their hands on their back hair. It might fall off. ikor: i sir cli.3? J f w m !fft I I m PLUMB- - ing SE,: HCCARIBY The I'LuMHEK I. I - - - J 11 I - i III .111111 I l BHtrw vM t J m .1 si s. 1 Hwtiaf, Hnfaf GsMcriaf , I Be Shop Phone 69. Lexington St Lancaster, Kjr. Where the South Begins hard-clasp's making Where fewer heart i despair are Down where the a litaching tle stronger. That's wnere the Siuth begins. Down when- the smile dwells a little There's more of singing and less of longer sighing. That's where the So.ith begins. There's more of giving anil less of Down where the sun chines a little buying, brighter. And a man makts friends without trying-He- re's Where the snows that f nil are a trifle where the South begins. whiter, Unknown. Where the londs of home are a wee-b- it tighter A nnn is not necessarily a fool beThat's where the South begins. cause he act like one. Some women Down where a frerher breeze Is blow-in- could make n wooden Indian smile. g, r .Most politicians are willing to sacrifice themselves on the altar of their Her' where the South begins. country, but they generally want the Down where the world is still In the altar ns a souvenir. Down where there is streamlets flowing, laughter In VajgrLyaaVVjPai 1 Anything FARMERS WANT PRICES THAT PLEASES FARMERS. RESULTS THAT ENCOURAGE FARMERS. No matter what the farmer may desire, if it is in the farm machinery or implement line we can supply it. I i M Our commercial connections enuhle us to secure those .splendid inventions and grades of implements find machinery that literally "nut money into your pocket" at a material reduction in time, labor and operating expenses. We cannot tell you the whole story in this ad, nut we will be glad to demonstrate it face to race with you. m jj PJ g j 1 Becker & Ballard BRYANTSVILLI, KENTUCKY. PjWgJwyjBaVBaaj- - tlmijtjjmm.'lgli the your health and prosperity, and be literature extant, representing church, which dealt with those un- - pleased to accept the full assurance conventional Idea that have such of their high esteem." vitality in our time. It may be said I There are some thing about this that all such unconventonal people j interesting event in Campbell's life festive and UmJnative should be Ignored by the church, that which I do not know; and my facll-w- e organs with need not be, bothered much about j ities are such that I cannot learn all -, them, but it is worth while to remem-- l should like to know about the inrl ber that while Christian scholars have dent. allowed thcmselve to lie hemmed in Tammany Hall, or the Tammany 11 ' by orthodoxies of creed, convention,! Society, Is thought of today as authority, even the most liberal jelusively political. It seems (Ac Ifceter Ammy jVJt formal restrictions, 'fee' "ever, that in the beginning some On rttrlMi, f lli wmW rralMt M,fi rn rrmoiMt lha nmirlshmntsn teacher of the type of Itakunin and philanthropies were practiced. Hut ti of all than thtt tin, Ills il.at nrnrotracr.1 fmn. er all tha fnrel ml eat. civr, ynn n arxvl. run ! human Nletzche, not to mention many oth- with the reorganization of the Socitirartjr arpa'll. alrna;thns th livr. Imllrrttljr In ronstlpatlun. Jlow many ers, have been shaping the religion, ety under the leadership of Thomas orrrcomr, l.lll.iuanm. rnuUtr, kl ! suSircra rcalUM UOsJ nsjr an. I Ixm-- i arti.in an.l ir., iha Most of thm ee.fitlnn.ittr ile lh or the irrelfgion, of a great part of Mooney it became largely political. iwuf, m iiiuruuii ritanins un latatita ef- I. thinking Kurope. Revolutionary; When this was lainmn, on. purgta arm rainar lhnut m Mt tlntt IMS Action, tic, unit furra thinkers and leaders, whoe very fected, In the early days of the Nine an oc rrirmr. rain or ilo that I, a, mistake. It It nurka arntlr. tha lnwfli and liver ami name Christian leaders teenth Century, another society callmi Iiut tiromMlir an.t lhi.rnuhl fnnatl rubstabt iliuln lirccs-sat- r. In a frm dara v.iti natlta ih have hardly thought it worth while ed the Society of Cincinnati was You l.ln in fS rriulL xvhr flan'J Taa Vein rtrM ln to know, are discovered now to have flourishing. This society wa aristorou ara llrlr.ar actln. wllh r.rw Oar to otrrconiK lour trencth, new tnttfY, lm an4 been Influential in way and depth cratic. Alexander Hamilton was acunit ttl )nur ,y,trm In such shir Yoti Man flrvl Tnui-tinil (Inrrr. will that conslanl lUufslna so If t un ipilte unforseen. If Christian teach-- j live in it. The Tammany Society Bctlnc rrKuUrljr Mssarr? Von ran ! R,mtarou (Nitt Trr Nalura'a a),m,dy without htlr. Nlt TaM.in ing ever had even a semblance of was democratic, gathering Into it a tie lot f Nalura'a tinil rrova this. It It Ida bit tow, I TaMrlal ahil Uao vUq cas.il blbt Xr medicine that rou can utn an.t mat chance of struggling with atheistic In- fold the adherents of Thomas JctTer-soor to. wtk cuiitalnlca- - nouh) t.nlr tin t"T fluences for profession of the soul of Ami I can see, in view of the NR TabUti do much mow than In latt twrai-nv- n tUra. Natur,' I I Ml TaMrt,) St, mad auM. mmly rau,a '1ra..nt, ray liM acyoung Kurope, it was due largely to above, how skeptics might have been This inr1lclna art, iiln Ilia acJ mvuuivaJtiX tion aa Ula1atl ill aj UUuloaltta tl- Uucilit. the limination of the atmotphere attracted to Tammany. .Many of the Ideas current in the 'Chrisand environment of R. E. McROIERTS, Lancaster, Kentucky. French Revolution were widely actian thought." Few will deny that these serious cepted in the United States In the sentences contain much truth, though early days. Doubtless, therefore, In m afaavRaCsnl manv will not accent all that i said, addition to their strictly nolitical w ill agree with the editor that j work, some if not all of the skeptical j All religion ought to come out In the ' adherents of Tamm.iny would gather open and give and take with the oth-- j In some of the rooms of the Hall for er Interest of life. A thing which mutual edification and for the propa-n- k Opportunities are never without Buildfor dominance and claims to be' gallon of some of these Idea which value, although many people are unas does religion, must hail come from the French Revolu-no- t able to fix the price ings shrink from the white light ofjtionary days. And I suspect it was exmination, refue the thrust of in some such room to these skeptical criticism or ask for any exemption, auditors that Campbell spoke on the I Hut is should be borne in mind, on occasion described by Richardson. A number of suggestive farm How or why the meeting was ar-- l the other hand, that religion in its essence is intangible. It can not be ranged Campbell's biographer doesj building plans are being distributed measured or weighed. The scalpel 'not tell. It would be Interesting to, by the farm engineering department iletalM. Hut the main of the College of Agriculture to fardocs not reveal what Is sought as it j Know the generally does when the surgeon! point is that Campbell did so speak to mers of the State who are interested goes probing into the" human body, such a group in Tammany Hall. in remodeling the building on their Proof cannot always be furnished be- - That he approached hl auditors as properties, according to an announce caue religion has to do with the honest men; that he did not assume. ment by J. II. Kelley, head of the deThe list includes plans superiority in any way: that he came partment emotions. fur genernl barns, dairy barns, to out in the open and gave and took i Here a fundamental principle in religion which is at times alluring! all this is and it was bacco barns, hog houses, poultry to the religious worker and at other! notable, especially for the day and hoties, machine sheds and sheep barn. Any of the plans may be time utterly discouraging. It is trui-tha- t age. That this was not an attitude as- obtained on reijuest b writing the conduct is visible and measur able, in a way, though much con sumed for the occasion; that this un Kxperimcnt Station, Lexington, Ky an isolated event in Campbell's duct Is known only to a compara-jno- t lively few. Resides, conduct in most " brought to mind by his de- of us is frequently such an admix- bate with Robert Owen, the kindly Best benevolent disbeleiver who Crimson ture of good and bad that it is dif- and ficult to decide whether good or bad founded New Harmony, Indiana, in Clover Sowing. is dominant. Rut what I had in demonstration of his communistic TTl I lVlsasB, I, mind to say was that while we view ideas. Owen had been lectunng in w2uiKprktW4s"l Crimson clover seeding can ce done with pleasure and hope the dlsposi - different parts of the United Slates of the modern church to claim and was outspoken In his opposition successfully In Kentucky from Ju!y tlon no exemptions in the hurly-burlof M" Christianity. He became bold in 20 to August 20, according to n or We Rccharqe ami Repair life, the disposition to consider the his anlagonism and from New Or cular from the College of Agriculture all makes of leans Issued a challenge to the whole which is being distributed to interattitude and thought of the most publication radical and antagonistic, this disposi- Christian world for a discussion on ested farmers. The tion on the part of some church lead- the fundamental tenet of Christian- states that the first IT. days of Augers at least is not altogether new. ity. No David was found to meet ust comprise the mot favorable perend Anil in corroboration of this state- the defiant Goliath. It seemed that iod for plonting the crop. The cirthe challenge would not be accepted cular takes up in def.nl the various ment I would bring to the reader's mind a very interesting event in the until .Mr. Campbell offered himself problems conncUcd with the growing a a defender of "the faith once for of the crop. It is No. 81 and may life of Alexander Campbell. be obtained free by writing the One hundred years ago Campbell all delivered to the- saints." Preparatory to the debate which Kxperiment Station, Lexington, Ky was the outstanding leader in a reformatory movement whose chief followed, Mr. Owen visited Campbell tenets were Christian union and the at Rethany, W. Va., the latter' home, of detail, i restoration of apostolic doctrine nnd for the arrangement practice to the church of today. Out Abundant evidence is to be had that, of this movement has grown the body these two gentlemen wandered about! of Christians known ns the Disciples the country estate of Campbell for of Christ, a body numerous and in two or three days, absolutely frank fluential in the states about the geo- with each other nnd enjoying each graphical and population center of other's company immensely. Following the debate which was the United States. Campbell's tal- cnts nnd work have never received held Hi Cincinnati about ItvlU and due recognition from the religious which proved a veritable rout for world, I feel, but that Is merely an Owen, a warm and abiding friendship between thp two men existed. Fif aside. About 183 1 Campbell visited New teen year later, when Campbell wa York City. Robert Richardson, his preparing for a trip abroad, he went While there Owen biographer, relates some of the to New York. profoundly grateful for the splendid events which characterized that visit called on him to the Joy of both. And when Mr, Owen departed, Mr as follows: Campbell, remarked, a he had done pstronagcjwelhave received from the people of this "While here, he (Campbell) numerous skeptics of the city frequently before, that "of all my at Tammany Hall and Concert Hall opponent in debate the Infidel Rob- communltyldurlng the; past year that we want to show on several occasions, obtaining a very ert Owen was the most candid, fair disputant I have respectful hearing and making n pro- and gentlemanly more practical than the found impression. At the close, Mr. ever met." Some later churchmen j might profit by the generous spirit Oifcn, in behalf of one of their tere'use'ofjWords. presented him with the fol- here revealed. Somewhere I've heard the story of lowing "Sir: The trustees and member, Lincoln and Stanton, his somewhat of the society of Moral Philanthrop- Irascible Secretary of War; that LinWE:ARE GOlNGiTO GIVE AWAY ists (of which I am also a member) coln had made a suggestion concern ing the conduct of the War or maybe have deputed me to present to you their thanks for your friendly visit given an order, upon hearing which to Tammany Hall, being highly pleas Stanton vouchsafed the Information ed with the splendid talents they have that Lincoln wns a fool. When Stanwitnessed, connected with erudition ton's delicate pronouncement reached the most profound, which has both Lincoln, instead of anger and olfend-e- d dignity he replied: "And Stan delighted their ears and conferred dignity on their hall. The friendly ton said I was a fool? Well, Stan sentiments you have also expressed ton s n sensible man. I'll have to toward skeptics, appealing to them investigate his statement. Maybe n men as honest men instead of he'a right." PRIZE-- NO All of us live in the same world. treating them with contumely, a do the Christian priesthood of New All right thinking people want to York, are especially noted. These know the truth and to do the right. kind feelings, sir, they appreciate, All may not agree ns to what is best -and to them they heartily respond. nnd right; but the other fellow Is enA Let him it respect some of the evidence titled to his viewpoint. See haad bills for particulars of the Christian religion, you have have it. Discus with him hi posicandidly nnd ably stated them. tion If occuslon arise. Differ from Should n change take place in our him If you must, but do it In nil kindviews on that subject, be assured it liness. This spirit in religion and In the will honestly and publicly avowed. 'In the event you should again visit other relations of life would do much New York, you will be to u always to allay the suspicions and dissipate a welcome guest. Permit me, air, to the difference which mar so largely tinder to you their best wishta for the fellowship of the world today. Buckeye, Ky. Constipation VslUICI O Serious m llr-ct- JTI Nature's s:,ll,u,-r,hllr d TdmyKp ,) rl ru, lrl m I u4r-ant- rl INR Plant Of Farm j ' Are Sent Out To Farmer. '"' July And August Are For y Catteries CONN CONN - ANOTHER Wejtrejso ThanklYou Sale ourappreclat!on;in:manrer thank-otferln- Saturday, July 30th FIRST P0UN0S SUGAR FLOUR SEC0N0 PRIZE 100 POUNDS THCNb. PIERATT TH Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, July 2 HYDRAULIC RAM PAINT LICK Mm. Martha K!y attended the assembly at Georgetown. .Mr. II. I Durrnn tvn.s In Corbin the first of the wek on business. Miss I'ivi', of Cynthiana, has been th' attractive guett of Miss Sadie 1 , 1 92 1 ICE ICE Beginning next Monday, July 24th, we will itart our trucka out aa uiual paying the highest market price for your chickens, eggs, butter, hams, and produce of all kinds. We want your business but we cant get It unleia you give It to us. We also want a rain. Will Solve Water-Suppl- y Problem For Farmer. On many Kentucky farms where there lire good springs a hydraulic ram inn be instn'led at a fairly low cjst to solve the prohLm of obtaining water easily nt the place where It s needed, according to specialists in the farm engineering department of the College of Agriculture. In order to assist farmers who are inter-este- d in installing such an appliance t e farm engineering department of the College of Agriculture is prepared to give detailed Information on request. Before information concerning the installation of hydraulic rams can be given it is necessary to know the fall of the water In feet from spring to ram, the number of gallons of water which How from the spring each minute, the elevation or height in feet the water is to be lifted the length of the drive pipe and the length In feet of the discharge pipe. This nformation should be included when inquiring about hydraulic rams. The fall of the watrr should be measured as the vertical distance from the .turfnre of the water in the supply or wpring to the promised level of the ram This fall should not be less than two feet. There shoud be one foot of fall for each five to ten feet of elevation which Is the vertical distance from the rain to the point of discharge. The number of gallons of water which How from the spring each minute may be measured by timing how long it takes to fill n three-gallobucket. The elevation or height in feet shoud be measured as the vertical distance above the ram at which The the water is to he discharged. dme pipe should not be shorter than live f.r.t tho fai' of the ram Special Sale WEAR-EVE- R l!nlton. Misses Cora and Martha Highland, i Covington are quests of Kate Kiy. Quite a number of 'he people here attended the I. O. O. F. picnic at ALUMINUM ING UTENSILS COOK- o' Mi-s- Cartersville Sunday. Lime prevents disease. Use It around all out buildings and in the Hudson A Farnau.f cellar. Mr. nnd Mn. Ansel Tarks, of Richguest of her mond were week-enpnrent.s, Mr. nnd Mrs. Wm. Hurt. Mr. Henry Mi'ler and mother, of near Prenchersvi'V, were dinner guests of Mr. and Mr... Olhc Boian Sunday. Miss Sidle Ralston entertained with a party Monday evening In hon-o- f of her house gue.t, Miss Anna d FOR 10 DAYS Ladlei tee our window. larrottrn Ice k Mm COMPANY. R. L. HAGAN, STANFORD ST., Mgr. LANCASTER, KY. Boodloe A Walker Bros Stop, Look and Listen! Lie slumbering here One WilLam Lake; He heard the bell But had no brake. CUNNS CHAPEL I.ige Kurt It ill Monta Davis of Herea, i here Mm with friends am! rel.tlves. 'he Mis Annie Dailey U week with Miss Allelic Hurt. Mayme S'app was a guest of Mt Mies Mary I.ee Kurtz last work. llermee anil Bessie Tcater nt nh Miss Annie the week-enMay il children of Mrs. Charlie tirow Buckeye spent Friday with Mr. Mr Mls p-- d John Mn Arthur Dailey ami children anil Mr. Hurt spent Sunday with Mrs. IJge Hurt. Mr. and Mm. Casey anil Vin-ceof Mr. and Spark were gue-itMr. J It.. Sparks Sunday Mr. and Mm ll II. Chandler, of Lancaster, hue rt'urn. I home, aftrr several days with relt ves here. Cltmo Dairy f"d Horsa and Mul Ke.d. Barter Maal Whaat, Mid. flud.on aV Farnau. dlinf.. Mm. Cen-iii.Murp'sy is at home from the Danville hutjvt.il and i recovering from her operation very satisfactorily Mr. Crl May and M.'ter Clcmmon Jef who have been in the hospital at i.eitngton, were aide to he brought home Sunday. Itev. llowlin spent the week-enwi'h Mr and Mr II. M. Kurtz and filled the pulpit In lte Price's .tend nt Buckeye Sunday Mr and Mm. Janus Ijnd, Mr Cov Price. Miss llattie II. nd Matter James It. Price were quests of Mr. and Mm John Land Sunday. Mr and Mrs. Will Ward entertain ed the follow in last Monday: Mes- dmes l.tge Hurt. Arthjr Dailey and I.ucv Kat. Mr. and Mrs. Itono Kast, and ehildren. Mr. and Mm. Branson I.ocker, Mr. Harney Kast, Mles l.eno and Minnie Kast Aline Hurt nnd Annie Dailey. May d The woman who marries her best Ilrown, of Lancaster, friend I in grave danger of losing wis the guest of her jistcr, Mrs. I). him. A. Hervey last week and attended the The only trouble with industry is Chr.utauqua. that it needs to be n little more Mis Gladys Parks, of Richmond Is spending some tiire w'h her grand parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Hurt, Sr., The road to ruin is a well trodden and family. trail. You can't mis It if you want Master Fulton ltucktr, who ha to find it. been visiting his cunt, Mrs. G. M The efficiency of some people conTreadway, returned to his home in sists principally of the recommenda Louisville Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Ilotner and tion.s of their friends. son, Harald, have returned to their People who tell jokes should rehome at Ruveiia after several weeks frain from laughing at them. It i visit to relatives at thii' place. rather embarrassing to be the only Mrs. Jennie Comings ynd attractive one to let out a squawk. daughters, Grace and Kmma Miller. of Ind., were guest of Mrs. Wm. II irt., Sr., nnd daughters, this week, Mrs. Owen aiK Mrs. Addie Davis, of near Preachersville were guest. of Mr. and Mrs. Ollie Hoian Friday nnd Friday attended the Cnnutnuqua Mis Mnry Pigg. Mary ' Detroit New. At fifty miles Drove Ollie Pridd; He thought he wouldn't Skid, but did. Rome (N. Y.) Times. This mounmcnt'j For Jackson Drjck; His Lizxic was lighter Than the truck Scrantoniait. t Pay back on weekly MONEY TO LOAN Jee nil-li- t. on good city property. s All lies are white to people win tell them. "Ki.sinK is forbidden in Japan." chirps an exchange Doesn't do any good to forbid it here. It isn't the best of policy to take all you can get. You may get more than you want to take. Mrs. Arthur S'.owe and baby, of Camden, Ohio, have returned home nfler several day visit, to her parents, Mr. and Mrs Lean I.edford and or monthly installments. Somewhere in every person's heart a spirit of fairness Is tucked away. The trouble is that too many people forgotten how to untuck It. PILES! plV-s0 ot' er relative. Mr and Mrs. J. 11. Skaggs and family, have returned home from Geen county, where they were called by the seriout finest nnd death of M'. Skagg's father. The Lancaster Building & Loan ASSOCIATION, kntmtl J. E. ROBINSON, President Wm. S.' HOPPER, Sec't. & Tret. A VISIT TO COLDSTREAM FARM. By Kdsrard OTallon, Ml Jr. Cover Crops Can Make Plant Food Available Tae anouneement of a special awine at Coldstream Farm, set for the Hta day of August, reminded the writer of a visit ha bad been promts-ln-i himself to this beautiful Blue Grata home of the Duroc and the Holitetn. A magnificently located and Improved tract of some 1,(00 acres, Coldstream etrttche away along Newtown Pike Road three mile outside of Lexington. Aa one passes through the lav oilnc sntrance, he reads: "Visitor Aa he departa by the Welcome." lower-flankedrive, the words, "Come Again." bid blm a cordial adieu. Coldstream was once home to the Immortal llanoter anil other famoua race borsei. Since the property waa acquired by Mr. C. II. Shaffer. Its fer tile acrei, for the most part, hate been transformed Into a veritable Eden for tho Duroc and llolsteln. Under the direction of General Superintendent P. O. Hlble, spacious, ultramodern buildings and enclosures Cor stock dairying and Implements, and dwellings for employes and their families, (twenty of the latter In all,) have sprung up. The former tncludn which stand, the enormous adjacent to Mr. Bible's office. Tons of feed aro stored la tbe loft of this building, and below are quarters for a hundred head of intlch stock, their orogeny and the two noble heads of the herd, King Pontlac llengerveld Fayne, and the promising sire, King Segis Korndyke Pontlac Pet, Within these walls of rick that rest on a concrete base of gray, effectively relieved by red terracotta gables, also may be wen, luxuriating la her special bos stall, Rolo Hereto Do Kol, bolder of the world'a reeords, among which Is that of being the Brat aai only cow la the world to produce 200 pounds of butter la thirty stays. Impressed aa bt was by these features aa! the magnificence of the ereeerty aa a whole, the writer, however, trawling about tat place by auto etile o Ms twelve milts of private driveways, vita bis salad oa tae lav fewtaatw at tae tesalag aviae sale, aatufftUr sjaa aaeet lateresttd la the mm aa4 tea ten et Tax- d cow-barn three-year-old payera Model, the greatest Duroc Ttoar In th eworld, and Walts Great Top Col. a young boar, standing, aa a senior yearling, 44 Inches high on a bone, with SI Inches, over bis back, between his eyes and the root of his tall, and weighing close to 1,000 pounds, not to mention several other sires of extraordinary merit. Primarily, It la to be understood. Coldstream was not acquired by Mr. Shaffer for the purpose of making money. Rather, It Is the Instrument by means of which he alms to serve the farmer and breeder of Kentucky on the side of their swine and dairy lock better hogs and milch cows throughout the State la the main object of those responsible for the work that Is being accomplished on the h place today. Aa witness that. In view of present conditions, the August sale, considered atrlctly on Its merits as a business venture, undoubtedly will prove to be unprofitable to Coldstream. It cannot reasonably be expected and. indeed; It la not that Ihu animals to l auctioned will bring prices nearly approximating their true value. The object of this sale Is. therefore, right la line with tho main purpose of the farm as stated above. Tho actual and material twin 171 will b tho farmers and bretdera who Attend and purchase stock. Tho sale will bo for Kentucklans exclusively; It remains for Kentucklans to make tbo most of It. Probably tho auctioneer wilt offer no Ingle animal from tho choice lot of pure breda to be told that welgha lesa than COO pounds; and all tho sowa have been bred for early September farrowing most of tueta to Walt Great Top Colonel. Moreover, we are permitted- to say that terma will be arranged where bun haters who caa fualsa satisfactory teak references so desire. To those who love lae livestock and - aa admirable baMtatloa for them, tae writer, la coaclusioa, suggest a Ult to Coldstream Farm. Hit teat word to the tarastr aad breeder of KtaUeky la: Eeeaeeaber the date of tae twlae altAugteet ltta-- atf to HI arraage ta aUead It. if . hemor It roil are a sufferer with WOLF TRAIL ihoidL Mimlor llrliruc sou tl! art rclirl fpimtha Int application ( Uaala Pata'e IVr- (.lv.l for mln and hstul. Mrs Abe Burton spent the weekttr Ircllv snxhlnie docs out mrt. mail, ptrpaiJ. end in Madison. tr.eiR.itit Master Harrson Llllurd Dailey was on the sick list last week. Mr. Clyde Mtthews snent Saturday night with Master Joe and Rolan Ray. Mr. Nelson Da .Ms, f Berca, was (Irowmg a winter cover crop si one wl.h Mr. Allen Teater and family of the bes means of making plant Friday. food which the soil contains available Mrs. Homer Rav was the guest of for growing crops, ace rding to speci- Mr. Klijah McMi'iian Friday after-ncqThe roots of such alists on noils. a crop are active throughout the fall Mr. Joeslah McCulliy Is quite sick, and spring in bringing ime, potash his many friends will be sorrow to and phosphate into sulutlon after kniw. which these materials are built into Mrs. James Land anl chidrcn were plant structure as fast as liberated nftemoon guest of Mil. John Dailey crops. and saved to feed future Friday "Pant food become available some Mr. nnd Mrs. W. T. Moberley were proportion to the total what in visitors of Mr. and Mrs. amount present and it is therefore week-ennecessary to increase this total stock Fred Howard. Mr and Mrs. Allen Teater. Mr. and before the highest yields of crops can be obta.ned" said It. K. Stephen Mi. Homer Ray motored to Danville son, crops exter.'ion specialist from and Stanford Thursd?y. the College of Agriculture. "Nature family Mr. Anron Simpson nnd has provided that live plant roots, were visitor. of Mr. Powel Dailey through the action of carbonic acid nnd family last week. gas which they give o!f when dissolv Cremo Dairy Feed, Horse and ed in water, can nttnik and slowly Mule Fred. Bafl.y Mel, Wheat Mid dissolve even the most Inert rocks and Hudson aV Farnau. mineral. This I one means which dlinf. Land and Mr. and Mrs. Jnmi' part of its tin' plant ha for getting Winn the soil minerals have grandchildren spent a pleasant day food. been incorporated with organic mat Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. John Land. ter the supi ly of available plant food Mr. Jesse Clark and family, of will be Increased partly because M'tdison, made a dcl'nMful visit to greater root growth has been Mr. and Mrs. Curl Moberley Saturday and Sunday. obtained "Additional benefit I Mr. and Mrs. A'.len Vater. Mr. and toward the loosening of bound plant Mr.. Homer Ray we. 1 entertained food when the cover crop I turned at the home of Mr. nnd Mrs. Lucas under in tin spring. The green and Foster Sunday. tender material through the action of Mesdames Curl Mobtrley and lit millions of soli organisms decays tle daughter and Wither', Dailey spent rapidly nnd give up Its own elements day Wednesday with Medamcs time that more minerals 'he at the sn Sallie Hurt and Moll'o Moberley. are dissolved by the acid produced Mrs. John Dailey wv to see Mrs. In the processes of decaying. ns "dead" or Clem Murphcy, who has just return"Soil. are spoken of "lifeless." This is literally true. A ed from the Danville hospital, where "dead" soil has little active organic she went an operation Monday aftermatter to feed soil bacteria nnd con- noon. Her many friends are glad to sequently there are few there. A see her back home and doing nicely. Mr. and Mrs. Elijah McMillian enrich soil will contain many times as many active organisms as a poor one tertained a host of friends Sunday. and the so'l Is rich because it con- Thoso being prctvnt were Mr. Louis tains the organisms and conditions McCulley and family, Mr. John Dailey and family, Mrs. J. W. Dailey and necessary to support their activity. "A green cover crop turned under tons, Mr. and Mrs. Harrison Ray, furnishes the necessary food for the Mr. and Mrs. Wlbert Dailey and son, soil organisms and thus puts life in- Misses Zona Ray, Thelma Gilleam to a dead soil. As the organisms be- end Jewel May McCu! y. come more numerous at.d active more Some men go up in life like a plant food Is unlocked for the crop rocket and out like a dad. that it betas grown." n. d People arc so near sighted these Beware of the man who claims to days that beauty of the soul seldom be without a fault. Nothing within Ids reach is safe. appeals to the modern eye. No one hat is ever big enough to Some people arc content to drift through life at the pace at which cover the brains of nn entire community your own excepted. other people push them nlong. Some people race through life unNo man is ever quite as foolish as he appears to others. He possess- til they reach the brink of the grave. Then the brakes refuse to work. es wisdom of which they know not. A congressman, says our office dev. Why are men taught to step off with the left foot first: We invari-abl- y II, is a fellow who pulls down a good kick the cat with the right one. ralary whether he earns It or not. Harrodsburg Garrard County is invited to the Big cer County Fair FAIR 26th-29t- li COUNTY Mer- JULY BIGGEST AND BEST FAIR IN KENTUCKY SEE $500.00 DUROC HOG SHOW $400.00 11 ON FOX HOUNDS RINGS 11 BIG ROADSTER Capt. Ward in his dariig Stunts in the skies. Biggest Shows on the road with two Bands. Big old fashion dinner on grounds. Fine Harness and Saddle Rings. $4,500.00 IN CASH KIPHI VAJUISICLl. Pre. PREMIUMS QUI CMXHAN, Sh. Th Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, July 21 1921 MARK9BURY Little Jno Kd Xnylor ha qu'te ick. Mr. and Mi. DooK'i have shopper recently n D.tnville. been been . '' I f'MOTHERS i Mis F.ugene I'olhrl has been spending the week with Mrs. Ilir.lt Rc h. far TlwflMrlln sff, Iji) Easier fy Uitn5 Mr. and Mrs. Jones, of Harrod-burcame over Sundiij to viit their daughter, Mrs. Troy Hogg. 'The Buick Is a Good Car' How ninny tintc. g, have you Heard thi.' ox- - The Huick IS a good car. It is honestly built, but of K'ootl to FRIEND mux sooust ten i is tguioCo.,Bir!. ttminaos t-- ploughing Mr. Ray Doolir. w.i.V found a penny coined In 13.10. It is as large a a quatter of a dollar prevents disease. Us it ! MSt rtt l.lm . around alt out buildings and in the ATUStt HWson A Farnau celfar. predion? Come to think of it, it .is an almost materials, along universal correct lines . un- form of tribute, isn't it? You It has stood up under every sort of use anil Ml. Joephine HulTman, wlfo was th guest of Miss Fann o Sutton dur The Kev A - Wat !. pastor of a Ing Chautauqua, lias returned home. church In Franklin. Ind., recently in Mr. and Mr.. J. W Wood. Mr, a sermon it young wjmcn on mar Chester Wood and J. C. Woods, of rige Rave IS Mon't.," He said: rvice. at the "Don't Jump at the first offer be Lexington, attended cause you fear you will not get nn Fork church SunJiy. Kmily H, Mis Alice Sutton. Mi other. "Don't marry n man unles he U Dourne, Mr. Morte IV.i'ard, will soon welt spoken of nt home. leave to make a several days visit to "Don't marry a man for whom you Mt. F.miy Deppen. nei.r l.ouivllle. do not have the hltfhe.it respect. The wardrobe o! Mr. Dit Huffman "Don't marry a man imply be wis greatly depleted when a spark ciue he is gallant and dashing. fell into the ironing Ivjket. burning ' "Don't marry a man becaue he of the clothe tt a crisp while remember you with Leautiful How she wa out of the rocm. ers. Montgomery acci I. ovinia Miss "Don't marry a man who neglects through her dentally stuck a reed hi mother and sister. -l "Don't merry a man to reform him. hand leaving it (;i a ad condition. accident hapnened about two Don't matry a man who Is .clrlh Tl "Don't mnrry a man for hi money, week ago when a part of the needle Don t marry a man who ridicule was left in her hand and wa only extracted two or thiee day ago. your religion. cruel She is still suffering greatly with It. "Don't marry a ma., who A splendid dinner consisting of a'.l "Don't marry a man to spite an the delicacies of the ?aon wa pre- other man t r woman. "Don't marry a mn about whne pa'cd for about th.rty vuet by Mr. Xe'le Xaylor last Wed. eday. Those habit you are not quite certain. "Don't set the foo'...h and fatal present were Mr. and Mrs. Hreathit a good Ilrown. Mr and Mr. I'' it llrown and notion that a rogue ch'ldren. Mr. and Mr. Tom Kay and husband.'-- ' chMren. Robt. Shcrrv.v and family, y The thirur that must be done Mr. and Mrs. Robt Clark, Mr. should be tfe one that are fir.t done and Mr. Ann Swope. The I- Don'ts On Marriage have heard of it in many pJaces, front many owners, prospective owners, competing der most every ort of abuse. And the satisfaction that it has given its hun- classes automobile salesmen, the public jronerally. You dreds of thousands of owners has traveled from lip to lip the world over. have heard it spoken Kladly, emphatically The bare statement that "The Huick is a Good or KrudKinifly. as the case might he, but whatever the circumstances and whatever the company, ly everybody says it sooner or later. near-- , Car" has intluenccd the sale of tens of millions of dollars worth of automobiles. It goes on gathering volume as the years go by. V mt 1 Lancaster Buick "Only in a Buick can you get a Buick" Early Plowing Will' BUCKEYE Give Best Results Mr and Mrs. I.oui Noel n llerea, recently re.ative With Wheat .Mr. and Mrs. Hilly Cotton v.. ted Co. CONN & CONN GARAGE, Lancaster, Ky. Mont-go.iier- There i. plenty of time for the rct hoior guet. Hradley were Me-r- s lliddie and We intended to say It, but an ev change beat u to it. It say thi Mock of June bride wa. small in quantity, but that the deficiency was made up in quality Long, of Chicago. JUDSON Crimes is improving. Mi Samr.ntha Hic':j ha beenjll. Mr. Willie Lane is suffering with a bone felon. Mr. Sim Ray spent the day Friday with Mr. Sarnie Ray. Miss Agnes Ray was the guet Sun day of Mis Virginia Ray. Mr James Karl Whittaker pent Sunday with Mr. Stanley Foter. Mr. and Mrs. Casey Xaylor were gue.t Sundry of Mr. and Mrs. John Yater. Mrs. Wm. (irime spent the day Friday with her sister, Mr. Andy Mrs. Henry COMMISSIONER'S SALE OF LAND. (5AKRARD CIRCUIT COURT. Wm. T. Adamj. Adm'r.. et al. VS. Ollie Huffman, Plaintiffs, et al, Defendant, Pursuant to a judgment rendered at the March Term, VJ'il, the undersigned Commissioner will sell at pub lic auction to the highest and best bidder at the Court House Door in Lancaster, Ky., at 11 o'clock, A. M., or thereabouts, on MONDAY, JULY 23. 1921. the real estate mentioned in the pleadings and described as follows: In Garrard County, Kentucky, and bounded as follows: Beginning at the mouth of branch, corner to Duggins; thence up same with its meanders, S. 37, E. 23 pole S. 8 W. 2 poles, S. 10 W. 2S poles Adam. Miss Virginia Ray spent a few days recently with her sister, Mrs. C. R. Xaylor. Mis Agnes Ray and Mrs. Harrison Ray were the guest Friday of Mr.. C. R. Xaylor. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Pollard and son, were the guest Sunday of Mr. Hen I'ollard. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Oaey and chil dren were the guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Sparks. Mrs. Robert Simpon and Mi Lil lian Turner spent Monday with her sister, Mrs. Henry (Iruue. Mr. ard Mr. Wm. Hlack and daugh ter, Virginia, were visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Austin Hlack Sunday. Mr. anil Mrs. Marshall Rayurn and children were gutsts Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. James Foster. Try a sack of Baltardt Obolisk flour. We exchange flour for wrhaat. Hudson At Farnau. poles, N. IS poles, X. 10 poles, K. 11 pole. to a hickory tree, X. 48, E. SS poles to a hickory at the head of a hollow; thence down same X. IS, V. 34 poles to two buckeyes in a creek; thence down the creek with it mean-deS. .17, Wf GO poles to the to another corner of the dower; to a thence her line K. 80 pole branch; thence down the branch, X. HO, K. pole to a stone; thence N. S.'l, W. ilJ poles to a young walnut tree down a hollow. .V IT, W. (J and containing G2 1'J scribed boundary set apart to the widow n her dower in said land: lieginning at a point in middle of So gar Creek, a new corner; thence up said creek with its meanders X. .VI Mi, K. 10.1.' chain to a point in .id creek, u buckeye pointer comer to Mrs. II. F. Metcalf; thence leaving said creek ami up a drain and with said Metcalf line S. K. 1.34 chains to a stone corner to same, S. B2V4, W, j.t chains to a black walnut V. corner to same, S. 3014, 1.71 chains to n small walnut corner to S. 21 H, V. l.Si chain to a hame, small walnut corner to same, S. 8K--, K. C.4U chains to a fence post corner to same; thence leaving Metcalf line V. 4.Gl and a new line S. i04. chains to a mulberry; thence falling into and down a branch X. 15 Vi, V. ti.S'J chains. X. 8, V. 1.73 chains. X. W. a.OU chains, X. 21, V. 2.C9 chains to the beginning, containing 17.S0 acres. The purpose of this salu is to divide the net proceed arising from the sale among the parties joint owners at their interests may appear. There U to be deducted from the above described tract of land and not to be sold herein the following de- le... poles, be the same more or acres, 1 rod (rover were Mrs. Wm. Adams, Mr. and Mrs. Lamb and Mr Luther Smith spent Sunday at Kichmond with relative Kxpertencc of Kentucky wheal Mr T. O. Hill and Mrs. I.une grower ogree with experiments in Wnlker .spent a week nt I" in showing that best reult. in gromitig the crop are obtained by plowing Spring. Mr. Doty,. of Itichmir.d. spent last land which i. to be broken between the middle of July und the first of wn-- with her daughter, Mrs. T. S. September, according to I'rof. (Jeo. I'itratt. Mrs. Dave Long anil daughter, Robert, head of the soils depart ment of the College of Anculture. Mria have been visiting relative Karly prepparation of the seed bed ne ir Kichmond. gives a more compact bed, a nec-eit- y Mr Hrach (Irow, who ha been for wheat, it prevents the es nere for .several m nth left last week cape of moisture and develop more for a stay 'n Calif cinia. available plant food, according to the Or llendren ind granddaughter, specialist. M's Alma llendren d Mr. Hasty Farmers have found it i. generally spent Monday in Lexington, advi.ab!e to dic ahead of the plow Mr, and Mr. Mulfinger and daughin preparing the seed bed for wheat. guests of ter. Kther, of Cans This practice gives a Mrs I'ermelia Ilogie Sunday. bed which firm down inb etter hape. Mr. and Mrs. Handy Kurtz, of In breaking it is well to use a harrow or other impement on Mercer county, have Lccn visiting each day'. plowing before the clods Mr. nnd Mr. - v Urjwn. Mr. and Mr.. AUn Mr. ami dry out and become hard. After the ground is broken it should be har Mrs. Homer Kay pcnt Sunday with Foster. roweit following a ram In order to Mr. ami Mrs. I.u-a- s break up the crut which forms. Lime prevents disras. Us it Jut before the seed i drilled it is a around alt out buildings and in the good plan to run a tooth harrow-ove- r cllar Hudson aV Farnau. the soil followed by a roller. Mrs. 15. V. San.'"rs, Mr. Ceo. Kay, This should be followed Immediately Mrs. Nora Teater, Mi.es Kthel Kay by the drill. an I Sallie I.ou Tenter spent Friday "Ord'n. plowing for wheat i in Kichmond. to be ndvied on soil where Mr. T. (). Hilt and Mr. Talbott wteat fjilows a cultivated crop Jenkins were in Frankfort Wedne. suih a corn, tobacco or bean. day and Thurdav to see Smiley Hill, If such oil U plowed It does not wro has been sick have an opportunity of firming down properly. It is only nece.- snry to obtain enough looe, well- pu'verized soil to cover the eed." k n-better-pulveriied g f TRK UNtVE.ll SAL CAB The wmplicity of the Ford car, itt stability in construction, the famous heat treated Vanadium steel with its marvelous strength and flexibility, the lowcost of operation an J maintenance, its case in operation, all have made the Ford car the great favorite in every land in the world. It's the one car that always tatisfics and serves. A utility lcyond question that all can afford. W'c will be pleased to have your order. Don't delay because the demand is heavy all the time. We have almost everything in motor car accessories, sell the genuine. Ford Parts, and abjure the best in mechanical repair worL Haseldcn Bros Garage. not interested In any car except Ford guests lliur(U: of .Mr. and P, Mrs. John Dyehouse. Mr and Mrs. Jsme Clark and two children were with Mr. and Mrs. Tom Many Kentucky farmers who de Xaylor and Mrs. Ma.gie Tracy last pend upon spring n a water supply "liurvlay. The grimiest of all sins are those that are found out. Concrete Curb Used To Keep Water Clean. Clinton Poultrymen Get Rid Of Roosters. 7i. If you find It Impossible to eet rid of potato bugs in any other way you might squirt a little modern booze over the tops. Even a. p. o. couldn't survive that stuff. After all, there is n bond of sym pathy between doctors .and editors. The one doesn't care to take his own TERMS. medicine, while the other seldom folThe sale will be made on a credit of six and twelve months, and the lows his own advice. purchaser will be required to execute The Filipinos are anxiously await hood with approved security for the price, payable to W. II. ing the day when the United State SirchaseMaster Commissioner, dut in will grant them their Independence, aix and twelve months respectively, which lead a fellow to believe that with interest at six per cent from date uatil paid, having the force and some people are never to content at effect of a Judgment upon which exe- when stirring up discontent. In cution may iaaue, and a lien will be dependence for the Filiplnoet will retained upaa the land until the pur-ch- mean renewed strife, disintegration, money Is paid. and final annexation by torue foreign W. H. Bfowa, M. C. G. C. C. power. K. H. TemllaMB, Att'y. for pit. at One poultry merchant In Clinton "ounty has induced nil selling egg to him to Mill, confine or sell all their male birds ilur.ng the summer, in unbr to pnduce Infertile egg, to a report of J. for their stock are protecting these II. llanUey, Held agent from the springs nnd making them more sani- College of Agriculture. Mr. Hards-le- y ha Jut completed a reries of tary by placing n concrete crub around them, according to J. II. Kel-le- demonstrations in I'u'axki, Wayne head of the farm engineering and Clinton counties to show farsection of the College of Agriculture. mer the proper method of hand-'in- g egg on the farm and the corAfter the spring is surrounded with the curb the water is allowed to llow rect way to candle them after they through a pipe by mean of gravity reach the market. The demonstraG. DAVIDSON TRUSTEE OF COY S. SANDERS. BANKRUPT to a concrete tank placed several tions were a part of the program beI'ersunnt to un order of Nelson D. KhtuliM. Itufurve in feet below the spring at a point ing conducted by the college in an where the stock can conveniently etfort to nsrlst farmer of Kentucky Ilnnkruptcy, tho undendtrnud. L. G. Davidson, us trustee of J I reach It. Ily this means clean run- in producing eggs of the highest mar- - Coy 8. Sunders, Bankrupt, will on, ning water is provided for the ani- jket value. mals Instead of the muddy water In 1921 lluying expensive clothing does not which they wade. Detailed Information concerning the making of always constitute being well dressed. tanks and the intallation of uch Neatness, tastiness and harmony In ut 2:00 P. M., in front of the Court House door in Luncuatur, water systems may be obtained free blend ureinorv essential than price. Ky., sell the Store Accounts of said hunkrupt. Those deairing to see said account before bidding can by writing the Experiment Station, Mr. Ilurding's world parley plan ace name by calling on me at the Citizens Nationul Bank. Lexington, Ky. Is reported to be pleasing to foreign lernu iasn. The human body Is like a highly government. The world will breathe elastic piece of rubber. It can be more freely when It ha something stretched to great length, but once more tangible than a report to bate its faith upon. broken it is beyond repair. TRUSTEE IN BANKRUPTCY OF COY S. SANDUS. Public Sale - OF - y, Accounts l SATURDAY, JULY, 23rd. L. G. DAVIDSON. Tha) Beware of the fellow who it over nulicltoun of your welfare. He prob-abl- y wants to kpII youjijjolil brick. lu-e- Central Record. Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, July 21, 92 1 1 MARKET SAVES FOR FARMERS Kentucky Crop Report For July, 1921. itiit Thus fnr tin u?nmcr hn Ultimate plncini: Kentucky's 1921 In kci'plnit with the prohibition Hifh Proficiency Shewn in Nerth tobacco crop nt approximately 385,-00- 0 It Is n little moist, hut Infernal net. Careens. acres compared to 660,000 ncre ly iry- last year (or 30 per cent decrease) may be out of Aetlvltlea Laet Imwi Cenflnesl ta The potolTiri' and the wheat crop nt fi.7O4.O0O Purahaelna IranM Barrel Covers politics. n it is ctaimcil, but bushels, compared to 6,010,000 bus. and tailing Palateee Cat nn painfully of tin- - opinion Inst year, are the features of the ten Farmera Gain. that their Job art not. July crop report for Kentucky, Is rank-foDepart- - sued today nt Louisville and t (rr(.ar4 hr te t'nltad HUUe by (he United States ilurenu of mni or ineunu-- a i finn!!1 ex- - Market Ar Crop K'timates in liurln lh- - ImiI ar rhiun In Iteaufnril miinlr. North I V ro-with State Comnfisslitner nf School tlna. uifil Ha mrmhara aait I lie farm Agriculture W. C. H.inna. This is a er, III the iummunllr between T.t") !ecrene of 9 13,000 huhc l, from the following arc ilclinqucnt The la mid $l(l,it. ritrorillng to a June 1st. estimate of the Kentucky of tin' LnnrnsUr (Irnth-i- l Com- (tie I'nllH Statra Department of wheat rrop, due chiefly to poor till, School with the amount owed mon po ink' of heads in many sections, even owm'il by The oraanltatlon. formed lo aid by each. Any property 10 these dellniiurnl.1 will be levieil on Ittt.i vrnur Iimb fthuwn liltfh lirnfl though the acreage was nearly to law, for the elrnej In eo irall.m lji,t amn lt per cent more than In 1920, anil sold nccorilinK This month's preliminary estimnte purpose of collectinK said tax anil of the ncrcnue of corn indicates a cxprnseof collecting same: crop of about 92,701,000 bushels, Acton. Ir. J. !.. 1M0 129.25. compared to 100,050,000 bushels last I&.G5. Halle w, C S IU20 year, while oat.s are estimated at only 32.4'.. Hastlt. Hros.. 1920 0,505,000 bushel", compared to II. V 1920 -- ir.7.1'7 Hastin, bushels last year. Many 1920, $27.89 llaitin, W. It. nn.l Wife. fields of oats in various parts of the $8.00 Hournc, l.on, 1920.1919-1918- . state were so short they had to be llcnton, Hobt.. 1920 $1.66. cut with a mower or be pastured. Hrovwi. Ceo. F., 1920 $37 31, Itye is estlmnted at 120,000 bushels 1920 . M. Hurn.i.le. buhe1s last compared to 480,000 1920-- 19 26. LteaBHflHB llroa.l.lus. Luther. year; barley 100,000 bushels comparKrnnk. 1920 -- $1.58. SXaBBBBBBBBBaBBBBBBTaBBMaj Ilrowntnir. ed to 112,0110 bushels last year; Irish Corman, llo.nrr. 1920 $3.02. potatoes 4,158,000 burets compared Cox. Ilillle. to 0,135,000 bushels last year; and 111 $9.06. lit bushel sweet potatoes 1,797,000 $31.27 8 Cox, P. H., 1920 compared to 1.890,000 bushels last Cox. Jim, Vara1 far Lla Stock In Soutnarn Com. year - $11.38. munlty. All these 1921 estimates are subCrumm. Hussell. 1920-- $2 2.. ject to revision downward or upward 1920 $1.58. vra oniltii.it to th pmrhaa-In- f a.thltle, Curtis, Clarence. progresses, depending if liraixled tintrrl out nt lha- as the season or unfavorable weather Conn, 11111,1920- -$ 1. 68. elllng of Mtat-,- . Tlilrt) five thou- on favorable Christopher. Letcher, 1920-191er ImiiikIiI at a and other condition hereafter. These anil Imrrel roer $3 92. artii nf $7i) am) 12lt ritrlat Iota ttatis, J. . 192012 71. if were soli! with a satllif of Daucherty. K.I.I. I920.1919.19t8 $.).(). $1.74. A frrat growth In conMratlv 8v Dunn. JeM-- . 1920.19l9-- $3 noil puri'lut'lug ha been ona '.. Klk.n, T. V., 1919 $ reoilta of eilrn-Ionf tl, outtii(lln post-matter rt Delinquent Graded Tax Payers. tax-payt- rs rfrt and corn estimates are the first of the season, and as planting of both crops was continued very late this year such estimntes may be sub Jcct to considerable change eithor upward or downward before the end of this season. Hay has been n short crop (in yield per acre) In most counties, though In some places It Is good. Much of It Is very weedy, especially with white-tothe average condition of all hay being only 08 per cent. Pastures generally are only fair. Fruit is irregular, but generally a very short crop. Apples are only about 18 per cent of a full crop, but In the Hen derson commercial district they are half a crop or better, i'enches and pears are only 8 per cent of a full crop. Melons generally are In fair condition, though late. Hlue grass woil and hemp seed are short crops In Kentucky this year, though some hemp was planted in place of tobacco, The State's blue grass red crop is estimated at only 187,600 bushels in chalf, compared to 450.000 bushels last year. Hemp is estimated nt about 3,000 acre. tobacco p, Registered HOG Duroc Jersey ' SALE Consisting of .'15 head consigned ly the breeder of Mercer nnd adjoining cotintie to he sold following the hig Duroc Futurity Show nt the Mercer County Fair Grounds, ilnrrodsburg, Ky. Tuesday, July 26th, The offering consists of BRED SOWS, BRED GILTS, GILTS, SPRING PICS and SERVICEABLE BOARS. This offering is strictly high class, nil animals being entered in the show nnd all are guaranteed to be breeders. They are Pathfinder, Taxpayer's Model, Defender and Orion Cherry King breeding. Mr. Farmer, this is your opportunity to secure real bargains at your own prices. For catalogue address, OPEN T. L. MENAU6H, Jr. Col. F. D. pound in DAVID C. WALTER KY. S-- EaSaiErVi aaSfHI j.Sf What It a Bushel? "Thirty-twone quarts make bushel," recites Young America gib-l- y and positively. Hut the housewife who has family supplies for years is not nt all sure but tbi.t this one of their excepthe many rules that ha-tions. Specialists, of the Ik'rcau of Markets, United States Department of Agriculture say that the heaped bushel vartts with the price of the product and the weight bushel varies widely in differenl states. A bushVl of sweet potatoes is 4C o pur-chase HARRODSBURG Hcngst, Auctioneer. The fellow who has push and pull never needs to be shoved. That Atlantic City mixup can hard-l- y be called a prize light, after all. Payment was guaranteed in advance. Congress very properly threw the that medicinnl beer suggestion or possibly it wasn't congress, after all. At any rate wc cannot afford to have a nation of hooks into 1919-191- I920.I919-1918-1917.19- 1 In the Dakotas and 00 pounds Maryland. A bushel of tomatoii is 40 pounds In Oklahoma nnd GO founds In Virginia. A bushel of unshellfd green peas Is 'J8 pounds in Mi.ssacliusctts and !iG pounds in I'cnnyslvalna. The llureau of Maikets recommends the ndoptUn of the "struck" bushel the Winchester bushel of as the unit for cubic inches package standards S-- i(ti' mar-kelln- i; n $1.68. (iu.ilttrm. l.ouis. 1920 $ 12.00. r'.stes. Ceo. 1920 nltp,l 19X0 -$- 1.92. (iooch. (rm 191S -- $6.8. (irecr. J II . 1920-191Gaston. S. C, 1920 $1.68. Hamilton. W. II.. 192O-J9- .S0. Hatcher, (ieo.. 1920 $0.S3. 1920-191191- 8Hibbar.l. i:. 9 -9 $1 1.39. Hatt, Hutchison. 1917-$C- W. ('.. 192- 0- $2.19. .7t J. M., 1920.1919.191S-$158. Jenk.ns. Ambrose. A. U. 1920-$1- .58. l.ickey. Mm. I. M.. 1920 $10.21. Uncattcr Flour Mill. 1920-191- 9 $98.41. J. M. Metcalf. 1919 $3.90. Mi.Mleton. Tom. 1920 $1.25. $0.22. Miller. J II.. 1920-191Kiilion. 9 Moore. C. F.. 1920 Mon, W. F... 1920-1911917 $9.02. I- 9 $2.80. $0.40. Murphey, Manfor.l. Murphey, K. -, Murphey, Simmie. Merchant. J. MolTitt. A. S.. M-- loeal and county n,orlatlon of farmnelllng of many er In the riti-rmlklrnl of firm product anrl lite itiN-kpurrhaatnr: of mid In the n.i-rllv- r a great xirlety of farm nacraaltte. KKrmers hate knowle.liri- - of nietli.Hl mul nrqulred confidence In ability In !n tualtiaaa on a civ They ar Ig1nnliik' lo undertake drrtutia orin county wide and exrti liatlmi mi for the marketing of tate wl.Ucrop, such aa cotton, their main tnhaiTu and peauuta. work In owing to tli cotton grading, cUaatag, and atapllng. ad Information g1n aa to tha market value of the tarlou, gradaa and ttaple by eiteualon wnrkera. It la tt.OOO.OU) and that g2.OBll.UHU ware aarad to tha cotton fartnar of TMaa during tha jaar ta Increaaad ratuma. e , liv mnrkrllnj clllst, ml ihronjh niarketliif .lemviistratlon , tij liit ruction mul Nihl-luxe al.lml work In th South. County a(rnt. jlnl .31 (Dhe standard tire g9gH PEOPLE used to be of the nrtlt lllr buln, likes nothing better than to prove its service young fellow who came tearing up the street and stopped his car with a jerk. Now they are inclined to criticise such abuse of tires. A mark of the growing contheir service, their work, their value. This same respect for a good tire is the reason why the foursquare tire dealer has passed up odds and ends, "job lots", "seconds", "cut prices" and come out squarely with the standard quality service of U. S. Tires. He is getting a bigger, and also bet-te- r, tire business than he ever had before. He is dealing now with his own kind of people. The substantial citizen. The man who knows that you can't get something for nothing. The steady customer not the bargain hunter. a a a 'ti tten EMS 1920-191- 9 1919-1918 1918-191- 7 $9.1 1 $3.10 $3.10. $2.47 $3.10 PRESERVE IN SOLUTION McCarty. J. . 1920-11- .13. Murphey. Homer, 1920-191- 9 Oaks, lien, Whara tasjlwas WllaiU la Nat Handy Lima Watar la taHafaalary anal Vary Chaaa. . Sodium aillcata. or la the moat rootenlant praaanratUa la which ta aiore egga for winter uaa. bat where lime Is eaaily procurable, lime watar la very satlafartory and much chtapar than watarglaaa. Lima watar la apt to roughea tha ahalla of tha egg slightly, making tha eggi aoine-wkxratar-glaaa- $0.32. Oran.1. John M. Heirs. 191S-$8- .98. Owsley. Mr. Kllcn. 1920 $9.99 Osbournc. Hoy.l. 1920 $1.58. Osbournc llascoro. 1920 $1.58. Obourne. Karl. 1920 $1.68. Peace. J. S.. THE U. S. USCO TREAD Hare ia bt U. S. Usco Tftad, with a longstib sciousness about tires To the man who has not yet learned the standard tire service he is entitled to we say-- Go to the dealer in U. & Tires and make him show you. Here is a man in close touch with one of the 92 U.S. Factory Branches a constant supply of fresh, live U. S. Tires. Tne U.S. Tire you buy Is a tire built for current demands. No overproduction. No piling up of stock. No loss of mileage by hanging around on the dealer's racks. til i at $11.01. Payne, J. II.. 1920 PofT, $20.48. Chns., 1910 $9.07. PoiT. K.l.lie, 192011.58. $3.10. Pollard. J., 1920-191- 0 Poynter. J. W-- . 1920 $0.50. Price, Joe, 1920 $1.58. attractive In appaamnc than water glaaa. iHrwctlon for uaJng thla lima water are given by tha Unites Hiatea Department of Agricul- ls ture. To presarte wllh lime, dlstotre two pound of unslaked lima In a sumll quantity of water, and dilute with rite gallon of water that ha previously been boiled and cooled. Allow tha IViton, L'. (.., 192011.58. mliture to atand until tha lima settles, 1919-192- 0 $31.0. Prather. Davis. then skim off. mul uae tha clear liquid. Heynol.U. J. W 1920 $3.70. I'm clean, fresh, unwashed egga In a KeynoMs, J. C, 1920-191- 9 $0.79. rlean eartheawerv crock or Jar and pour the clear lime watar Into tha vesIleynolils. Leslie, 1920 $3.05. Keynoldi. C. F., 1920-191- 9 $12.15. sel until the egg are coie red. At least two Inchea of tbe solution ahould com Ileynolils, W. M 191913.00. of egg. Keep the retha lop Kay, Frank. 1920 $5.88. ceptacle tightly cotered to pre tent $02.07. evaporation and also to keep F... 1920-191- 9 Koblnson. J. n all Koblnson. Mrs. Francis, 1920-191material out of the solution. $45.00. lisbed (tandard ol eervice among motonsta who have an aye to value, as welt aa lo price. White atlllng (or lei than tbe other tin in tbe U. 8. Fabric line, the Uko ha earned a reputation for quality and ilependabteecort-uu- y wbUb ia nut eacaeded by any tua ia it claaa. United States Tints Every way you look at it, a par qual- l)er art Good fins ity tire at a net for-elg- 9 $3.10. Ho, Sam. 19I9-19I- 8 Simpson, Mito, 1919115.73. Sanders, S. 1)., 1920 $1.58. Sinirer Sowing Machine Co., 1920 1.37. INfORMATION ON SHIPMENTS Dealare tlena Unable to Qlva Fair Quota ocauaa of Lack af ta. licit Detalla. U.S. USCO TREAD U.S. CHAIN TREAD U.S. NOBBY TREAD U.S. ROYAL CORD U.S. RED GREY TUBES 7! iirsiT "Hr It a mtn in etas of Ik 13 V. S price. r(tir Biuittrnt" " Swlnebroad, (1. 11., 1920 $201.87, Stvincbroad, Mrs. Kate, 1920, $10.21 Spier, J. It., 1920 $1.68. Smith, Frank, 1910 $1.58. Thomas, D. A.. 1920 $17.34. Tucker, Jns., 1920 $1.68. VauKhn. S. O., 1920 $3.45. Vanhook. Ollle, 1920 $5.20. Walker & IUch, 191814.47. Watson, Win., West, Alex, 1920-191- 9 Wheeler, Mr. Dora $3.38. & tuent nf Agriculture. Ilie dealera, therefore, can not glte fair quotattooa on the offered goods. Information, It la pointed nut, ran not be too explicit or Many hlpeni when writing to distributors fall to glte sufficient Information concerning their reshct!ve a) the Cnlted State Depart ahlp-metit- s, detailed. MAIN VIRTUE 1920-$94- .91. Of SANDY SOIL United States United States Tires Rubber Company HaicldCB Brothers Som, WhltUkcr, J. S., 192012.37. Williams, I H., 192018.23. Williams, Jno., 192012.60. Wood. Ben, 192012.09. Woods. W. B., Reete af PlanU faaa Thratnjti It Readily, kmt It Orlea Out Tea Quickly. The cblaf virtue of aandy aal ta that tha ntota of plaata can paaa through it readily; Its chief faalt la that It drlea out loo quickly. Clay aoi! hold water well, bat It tea da to park and harden. Hoth typea of aall need ataitie aaanura It luaewa as elajr ac4 lad ta hold aatXatura Garae Laacaiter, Kentucky. Backer aid Ballard. Br?aitavlUcf KtBtticky. Fall. Lick Carafe Palit Lick, KcatHCky. 17.94. Frankit Ktvffmaa, Trtu, Tha Central Record, Lancaster, NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY right will prevail in international affairs. Then our own hands, at least, will be clean, though wc find it necessary to stain them with the blood of other nations in future warn. K v., Thursday July 21, 92 1 1 The Presidential Vetoes Congress appropriates the money necessary for conducting the nffnirs of the govern- ICE CREAM FREEZERS, Refrigerators and Water Coolers Have you bought one of our STERLING OIL COOK STOVES with the short chimneys? If not, why not? There is none better, dozens of satisfied users in town and country. Farm Life Looking Up. A noted writer declares that -- in time the lonesomeness 6f farm life will be done away with, and that tilling the soil will become a popular vocation. He might have said that much of the lonesomeness has CONN BEOS. "Live and Let Live Folks." 11111 The Central Record ImmI Weekly, 5G ions. f 1.M Ymi. Payable ia AsWaace, J. E. ROBINSON. Editor. R. L .ELKIN, Local Editor and Mfr. Catered at the Poit Office in LanMail caster, Ky., ai Second-Oas- a Matter. I ! Format, Adrti.tnt RtprwtiimiT. THE AMERICAN PHESS ASSOCIATION Latkr,li.,Mj 21. 1921 Rates For Political Anaoawceaaeats. Kor Precinct and City Offieei.. 15.00 .10.00 For County Offices For SUte and District Offices.. 16.00 .10 For Calls, per line .10 For Cards, per line For all publications in the Inter est of individuals or expression of individual views, per .10 line . .01 Obituaries, per line .... Announcements Wc arc authorized to announce the following candidate;, subject to action of the Democratic August Cth., 1021; For Stat Primary. J. E. Semator ROBINSON For Circuit Judge CHARLES A. HARDIN Commonwealth's Atloraey EMMET V. PURYEAR For Representativa ROBERT H. TOMLINSON, JR. J. For County Judge C. WILLIAMS For County Attorney GREEN CLAY WALKER For Circuit Clerk JAMES B. WOODS, JR. For Sheriff DAVE SANDERS Deputies, Ashby Arnold, II. D. Lee. For Jailer DAVID ROSS For MagUtrata J. H. CLARK R. L. BARKER We arc authorized to announce the following candidate.', Mibject to action of tho Republican Primary, August Cth., 1021; For MagUtrata NOAH MA USEE, JR. Will the invitation of President Hanliim to the powers of Europe result in international disarmament and universal peace? Or will it merely serve to impress upon the minds of the American people the hopelessness of, the undertaking and the necessity of preparing for the next war? These are the all absorbent questions of the hour, and no man is wise enough to answer them. The world in weary of conflict, but no nation really trusts Therein lies the another. great danger of future explos ?????? The linal result will depend entirely upon the attitude of the foreign delegates when they arrive in Washington in response to the president's invitation. If they come to us with the expectation and willingness to give and take in a sincere effort to arrive at a just and equitable status of international relations, then we may hope for peace and eventual disarmament. Hut if they come as they went to the peace conference in Paris, determined to wrest every possible advantage for their own respective governments, regardless of the rights of other peoples, then we may look forward to nothing but an early resumption of the war that has just ravaged Europe and paralyzed the commerce of the world. The peace conference at Paris has turned out to be something of a farce, except that it is a breeder of distrust, hatred and jealousy, while the league of nations has ceased to be much more than an empty name. There is nothing in the present situation to prevent future wars. There is much to stimulate and fan the smouldering embers in Uame. Having seen the folly of a grasping spirit , through the outcome of the Paris conference, it is possible and devoutly to be hoped that England, France, Italy and Japan will see the wisdom of applying the golden rule to their deliberations in Washington, to the end that, a just lasting and binding settlement may be reached. Japan may surprise the world by her spirit of concilia tion and concession, but to do so she must execute a complete about face and march in the opposite direction, and unless she does this there will be no settlement, no peace, no means of preventing future wars. Today Japan is arming her self by tremendous strides, far beyond the needs of a country that does not contemplate future aggressive conflicts, and her actions are viewed with skepticism by many deep thinkers and profound students of international affairs. It is possible, of course, that the very environmentof Washington, the cradle of liberty, may exert an elevating effect upon the delegates to the coming conference. Hut in any event, having taken the initiative, it is the duty of the government of the United States to go the limit in an effort to restore the world to a condition where justice and already been banished, and thnt the remainder is rapidly disappearing. The automobile has done it. There is no need for the farmer or his family or his help to feel lonesome these cloys. Distance no longer exists for him. With his car he can be in town at any time within a few minutes. He can visit his neighbors for miles around any evening after supper, while attendance at church on Sun day and social gatherings at other times require but little more effort than is consumed in walking around a city block. His life in many ways is preferable to that of the city dweller. His health is en hanced by the sunshine and the pure country air that ht breath es. His life is not menaced by the constant stream of cars driven by reckless motorists, as is the case in most cities. His children grow to maturity in the purity of contact with nature, instead of being sur rounded by the questionable environment of more congested centers, where there is little opportunity to sift the good from the bad. He is free to go and come as he desires and is not hedged around with the myriads of restrictions anil laws of the city man. Tilling the soil is popular ment of the United States. That money comes from the pockets of the people. The president has the right to veto an appropriation bill as a whole, but he cannot veto an objectionable item of expenditure in thnt bill and yet approve the remainder. Presidents are often called upon to approve appropriation bills that contain items of expenditure that are very obnoxious to a great class of the people, items which they consider prejudicial to the welfare of the country as a whole, that serve but little purpose, and that are forced into the bill at the last minute upon demand of some powerful politician who has an axe to grind. If the president disapproves the bill because of the one objectionable item he jeopardizes Wie affairs of govern ment, for without funds the government cannot function. On the other hand, if he approves any portion of the bill he must approve all of it, including the objectionable feature. While we are changing our budget system we should advance even further and expand the veto prerogative. The president should not be held personally responsible for conditions that are above and beyond his control. DO WE FEED YOU MOST PEOPLE hereabouts know the high quality of the foodstuffs we sell. It tlcklw their appetites seven days in the week. Hut do we feed you? Are you buying the best GROCERIES to be found in this town? We invite you to give our store a trial. We have, an abiding faith that a trial will make you a permanent customer. Quality and price mean everything to the buyer, and you get satisfaction in both at this store. Currey Rubber Tireing I & f and I GuUey. Antique Furniture. have just received new supply of the buy nnd sell OLD FURNITURE antique of every description. If you care to buy, or If you care to J. K. Elmore, irll, write or phone tf Best Grsde of Guaranteed Rubber ami will rubber our buggy for JM.t-0- . (live me a trial ami satl.fy I'hone l!7 yourn-lf Lanraittr. Ky. When a fel'ow bu) hi first car he prompt!) repudnte U of the harsh h ngs le has said about motonit. A. H. VANHUSS i Lar.ratr,Ky 2 Relief In Sight? better known and understood other side of the water manage by those who now live by a their own affairs without interHUPMOBILE clock and the factory whistle. ference from us. .It is a fjource of uneasiness (tf.) to many professional politicians Aiding Dempsey. who want to keep in the good Now that Mr. Dempsey has graces of their Irish constituknocked out the champion ents, yet fear to alienate the prize tighter of Europe it is support of those in the other by camp. It keeps them wiggimprobable considered many that there will be any ling and squirming in an at- Protect yourtobaccofrom its most destructive enemy. other puncher willing to take tempt to say something and yet We are prepared to. insure you against such a loss. him on. at the same time say nothing. That would be sad for .Mr. We have had one great diDempsey. vision of principle in this counHaving achieved fame great er than that of any king or try. We do not want another. Lancaster, Kentucky. The Irish question cannot emperor, it is not to be consid adjusted any too ered thnt he would sink to the be amicably soon to si::t our Uncle Samuel. level of a mere moving picture star in order to remain in the If a settlement of the question is made that will be reasonably satisfactory to both Kides it will be one great relief not only to them, but to the people of the United States as well. Our country today is practically divided into two camps on the subject a minority of now. It will become more so as ardent champions of the Irish time goes on and the beauties cause, and a majority who beand advantages of nature are lieve in letting countries on the the road If exercise me of us ought ' health Irish thousand year lS I I5 t J goolj a 'e H Whore, within $400 of the new Hupmobile price, would you match the sound, known value of the Hupmobile? If you pay more, would the value be equally greater? At a lower price, would leaa in the car, and from the car, satisfy you? $1,485 F. O. B., Detroit. Attention Hunter I'oiitivrly no fox hunting or any character or trespassing on our farms. Any violators will be prosecuted. W. S. Kmbry, W. A. Price, T. J. Price. Kd and N. It. Price. Fisher liming, Crit Meadows, Ansel Meadows, John Collier, J. S. Schooler, Joe Criscilhs, J. M. Criscilhs, Robert Speake, George Conn, Jim Conn, Henry Arnold, Marion Johnson, W. K. Whitaker, Tom Conn, J. M. Mradown. W. T. King. John Rich, Sam Rich and J. (. Conn. (Other names will be added upon the payment of 25 cents.) J. E. ELMORE. HAIL! HAIL! HAIL! Elmore & Hopper. Haselden Bros., of Lancaster, say: The Death Angel viited the home of .Mr and Mrs. Koiest Center on June 21th., and took fiom them their little son, Tandy, age montln. The little fellow hail been !'. about three weeks of 'olitis ami verything wa f any other opponent? loving nud done that kind hand., Not at all. Those powerful hearts could do but Im no avail, ax blows might hurt. Cod knew het and took this little There remains but one other one to live with Him where there will Ftiggestion worthy of a gentle be no more"ickne o, death. The were laid to rent in Old man of the powers of Mr. remains I'ain Lick cemetery .n the 25th. Dempsey. The tyiiipathy of the community U Pull off another war with extended tne bereaved mirents in the some foreign country. lots of their only son, but Jesu hath to come Mobilize the (lower of our said, "Suffer little unto me and forbid them not for of oung manhood and send them such u the Kingdom of Heaven." eye, which so often forgets its heroes. What, then, can we do to aid Mr. Dempsey? Let him enter the ring and much himself in the absence fickle public Center. A De Laval will bring, prosperity to yoor farm DC LAVAL Cm. Saps. tod Sims hnra a dtjr.tmy d)f is lh jrrai. h u Um prafcKCt cl a krad;, onn (Mg lacam danag rnrf maA. wiwJm. ol warn at wiasVn to unasjol butm Ul alassn Mssasi thai ihs Ds La. i i let tvM m a short bac Alto tbl lbs tit (mil yw cotajarts sad la ponds mart ntm. tbouf the turn, la buy sew ttac SS nuBrs, of la un, The D U'tJ Ssptrste rEaaula sS A ur J ma away to do or die, or both. Let the red blood of America How as the waters of the sea, of Mr. with the .super-bloo- d Dempsey anchored safely in the harbor of a ship yard. It is undignified to light and Therefore, the! tin away. great of the earth should not tight at all where sprinting may become an urgent necess ity. Card Of Thanks We are so deeply grateful to the dear friends who weiv ro kind, help ful and sympathetic during the iIIiicm. and death of our dear son nnd broth er. May the Lord Idcsr ami repay' for we know we never can. .Mr. and Mm. Cronlcy llroodu nnd family. sWVj'ry fiJ uttdwo(i.la( Era rstot. . 11 AadilLtUaUrhsM. IWi 1 W prtj ssaaasag. Ilssmik sit aura iKaa 2.W0.0OO D Las!t ia duly um tha axaki mi. M Uup .afnly la fom turn I M . m rm W (4. 0 tMrf I mn ii.mii i. Ca m FOR SALE; II. M. 20 hone power, F. kiroicne engine, alio one 12 The ship yard turns out noble palaces of the deep. It is a convenient place for Mr. Dempsey to turn in. Adieu, Jackie! same make; one mile cement block, machine, full equipment suitable for building large or small buildings. T. H. Downey & Son, Hustonviile, Ky. It. pd. hore power, De Laval Sooner or later you will buy a Th Central Record. Lancaster , Ky., Thursday, July 21 Mr... wrt-k- i 1 92 1 WE ARE CLOSING OUT ALL i ipendlnir three Pa. Sutton at Kllxir Spring. I Mir Lavlnln Pope, of Lexington, vM'ting lamcmter telatlvr. Mid-Summ- er Hats kartfal. Mr. P. D. Avant, of Danville, was in town for the day lat Sunday. Mr Knsf. Mr. Ilranham llaugn-rnn- , nf Danville, attended the d&ice in lincn-te- r Anderon Whieler, of hn been the Kirk-vill- e, AT VERY LOW PRICES. Give us a call If yon want a gu,t of Mr. David FRANCISSWITH Gossip About People Mia Jnaoplnnc Miii Siirnh May Friday. Mr - Chnrle Mason If Sallie Kos I.avon. The affair Mr and Mrs. .1. M. Kollard, of proved a very charming one and llurnilile it visiting with Mr. about eight guest were present. In I'cttui ,of Crab Or Danv'Ile spent the wccl.-cnA June wedding of interest here anil Mr. I.oyd lliiurni, chard, the evening the same imrty was en- wn. that of Ml Kathleen Harrow, tertained at a dinner at Shakertown the daughter of Mr. and Mir. Milton K. Kdward Dr and Mr. J and Mr inn! .Mrs. I.cwlt llrrmlon, of Inn. The guest weic Mr. William S. Harrow, of Paducah, Ky., to Mr. with children have returned form n visit Montgomery. t.oiilivitU' spent the week-enMrs .Scliie Host Law-to- (irover Cleveland Wilson, the son of f. to relative near Mjville. vt-tjiticaster Mim Sue Shelby Mason. Mr. J. Mr. and Mr. 0. M. Wilson, of Paint CaMiojp m4 A iVttl MMllfi of tf Mi- -. Smith and Mrr. J. W. Aery K. Turner, of I.exingttn, Mr. ami Lick. The impressive double ring flttoy by T)mm W Art hktmtud In. MntT Clay KnutTmi.n Shackelford left Wediieday for Klixir Spring, Mr. W. K. Cook, of Danville. ceremony was performed by Dr. J. I.. of It.chmond, is visiting his where thry will pen I several day. Mrs. Kmma KnulTninn. Webber in the Hroadway Methodist Monday evrnin" Mr. Sallie Ho Church nt 8:n0 o'clock, Wednesday .Mr. Iru lloltxelnw of Danville, i Mr and Mr. Herbert Lee and chil- Lnwaon enttrtnined M, Van (Sreenlrif, of Itichmond, .'' n beautiful evening, June 111!, tO'JI. Mis llarthe guest of .Mr and Mr- - J. F lloltz- - pi'tit the week-en'vlth her aunt, dren, of Louisville, are guests of Mr. fix o'clock dinner at her home on barn Peden of Indianapolis, acted us D. rlnw l.ee's parent, Mr. a' Mr. II. Mrt Kmma KatilTma i Stanford ftreet in honor of Mr. mnid of honor. The bride' maids Lee Montgomery, of Tern Haute, Indi- were Misses Thelma Wilson, of Kirk.-villhley Swop-- , I'loyd and .Mr K. II. Ilturlnnd ami ton, rela- linger, are visiting hir couiin, Mr, Mis of 01 lo, are vtti'.ing Helen lloyle, of Paint Lick, ana. The table had 'or it center sister of the groom, Mary Huband Mis tola Hrown tvere the guest piece a lovely basket filled with yel- bard, of Louisville, cousin of the party. tive Anna llailey near of Mis so Kniily and Willie Mae low md red gladiola and a delici- bride and Irma Kimbrough, of The bride's gifts to the bride' Mrt. Alfred limit, nf Lexington, served. ous ix course meiu wa Ja 'nret Stnpp and wife and llourie Tuesday nlghf. Ky. Mr. Hume Wilon, of maids were crescent moon pins and n wi'h her father, lion. I!. II. la Mi Ked and yellow wa carried out in Chicago, brother of the groom was Weatover are sp"ding a fewrings to the llower girl nnd ring bearMr Jes W. Sweeny, and daugh- the brick cream and day at Crab Orchard spring. cake. The best man. The groomsmen were Mester, Vi Martha Ward, are vilting guest present were Ml. K. I.. Ows- srs. C. M. (filmore, of Kichmond, Ky., er. The groom' gift. to the groomsMr mitl Mr. J K. Jtoblnin will men were attractive white gold pin, Mr J. (. Hoblnson ard Mi Helen in (')nthlana this week, the guest of ley, Miss Sue Sholby Mason, Mr. and Paul Smiley and (Jiltner Segen-feltne- r, with amethyst leave thia week for sevrol ilayn atay Hohinson have return) .1 from a visit Mra Minnie Shropshire. set. The groom's Montgomery, Mr, Turnir, of Lexingof Paducah. The ushers were gift to the bride was a beautiful at Kluir Sprint. to Mr. Anna Itailry, near Stanford W. K. Cook, of Messrs, Clarence Hennett and Kich-ar- d Dr and Mr. Kdw-jDavi have re- ton, Mr. and Mr. harvest moon brooch, set with genuMi lloncr, of Louisville, ia viait-trilUrris. Mr. S. II. Wlntead ine pearls. Mr. Jennie Conii-- y and Mi turned to their home in Morganton, Danville. - It wn on.1 of the most sea- presided at the organ, assisted in the Adolph Joseph (!rae fomley, h'r iter, Mr. of Ind.inapolis, Inil., N. C. after .spending several week beautiful vent in souety thi The young couple were the recipison, and the hospital.ty wa a very nuptial music by Mis Annie Smith. and Mr Joeph. and relative with Mr. and Mr. Jihn Mallard. are vmting friend ent of many handsome gift. of silcharming one for the cue'.. Little Mis. June Lockwood wa ring ver, linen, etc. Miff (rdle Hamilton, of Mlvxjurl, here Mi and Mr. Karm t Itourne, of Miss Margaret The bride wa a former student Among those from . distance who bearer and little spending arvor.il weeks with her i Mr Wm. O'Neal llroailu, who Lexington, are spend!rg n pleasant V. D. Charles wa flower girl. The church of the University of Kentucky and mother. Mr. Ike Hamilton. came to attend the funeral of hi visit with their parent. Mr. nnd Mr. nttonJed the funerai of Mr. were Mr. was artistically decorated with ferns, wa graduated at Middlebury Col Simpn Monday nftorr-oo- turned to hi J. II ilourne. on the Stanford road. , Mr. Ada Kinnalrd, of Louisville, brother, Kugene. htia rVermont, last anil Mrs Itobert Kmbry. of Lexing- palm, and ascension lillie. The lege, Middle-buryvia tint; lr. and Mr. J H. Kmnaird home m Chicago. altar was banked with ferns and huge' junCi an, ' a nu.mbcr of the Sigma Mr. J. II. Collier rid daughter. ton, Mis I.ixxic Simpson, of Stan- basket of lillie. The window and on Maple avenue Kappa Sorority. The groom was Mr. and Mr, llry.iu Wilmot, Mr. Mi triixabeth, who lu.e been spendi- ford. Judge and Mr. Charlie Hardin, y m,.. I ...... i.,nfi.r.l .i r. liny, .Mr. rat MUton anil .ir. ng; l few day here, have returned of Hkrroibburg, .Mrs, Thonm Parks. choir loft were tilled with fern nnd graduated at the University of f (lowers. The pew nearest the cenWHinot. pent the day Sunday- to their home in Foil. Kidge, Tenn. Mi in llMfi, at the University of I.illie Noel and M.s Mary Noel, ha been M.endin.' a few day with ' Springs ,nt of Danville, Mr. and Mrs. Will Berry ter aisle were roped off with white Chicago law school in 191P. He it Mr Kluaheth Simpot. Mr. and Mr. John I'mlerwood, of ima member of the Tau Kappa Alpha nnd neice. of Lexington, Mr. and Mrs. satin ribbon for the families and Mr Wil'inm Marr, of Knoxville, Danville, Mr. and Mi. I.oyd Ilourne Mr Thomu Park and daughter, and Delta Chi Fraternities, and i. at Kdd Sweeney and dauchter, Mildred, mediate friends. a few day and daughter, Ktla Mae and I.oi VirImmediately preeeeding the cere- present a promising young attorney Kvelyn, of llanville nv gcust of her Tenn. ha heen siiend-nFnulkner and Mr. and Mr. (I. with hi fiter, Mr. (. II. Swine ginia were visitor in I exington Wedmony. Mis. Annie Smith sang. Mis. at Hazard. Ky. aiftrr Mr. James Wo.nl. daughter, Mr. Jame Ptapp and . broad and Mr. nesday. Kimbrough, dressed in yellow Mr. and Mrs. Dee Tuintr and daugh- Irma , Hudson, Jr., of Mr Hank taffeta, with a picture hat to harmon-ixCol-tiMr. Hean. of Wincneater, Mr. Hob Mr. W. II. Mason rc'umed home ter, all of Lexington. Mr. J. H. ha been visiting hia aunt, Mr, entered from the right carrying nnd daughter. Mis Klixabeth, of er Smith, of Louttvilb, and Mr. Abe Wednesday from a v'it of several , W. A Karnau and Mr. Karnau. :i basket of sweet pens in rainbow-colorOhlham, of Mt. Sterllri;, have been week in New York Ci'y, Washington Fork Kidge. Tenn.. Mrs. Charlie Kev. (leorge Chili began a at Mr. Paul Smiley entered meet'ng nt the Gilbert lex D. C. Wilkes Harre, Creek church Mi. Ituell Wayland, of U'ilaon, KUet of Mr. (leerKe l.awson. and Ililla-hor- Adam and sons, of I!iitonville, Mr. on the left. Miss Mary Hubbard, in nnd Mr. Frank Koh'i.t, Mr. KlixaOhio. Oklahoma, ia the gue! of her mothon the Crab Orchard road last Mon.Mlf l.eona dott, ' lEichmomi. is beth Murphy, son aii. daughter, all blue taffeta entered next n.t Mr. day night and will continue for sever Mr. V. A. Price and Mr. Price. vljitini: her aunt, Mra. I. N. Miller. Ciltner Segenfelter entered on the Mi Nell Ilourne. who holds a of Sanford, Mr Dr Kichmond and eral Jay. The meeting are growMr Jake Miller, of Charleston. lucrative position in the Lexington daughter, of I.ouisv'lte, and Mrs. right. Then followed Mis Thelma ing e Mr Sam Harrl. who haa been with interest eveiy day. SerWilson, in pink taffeta, carrying a Went Vii., I v l 1 n ir i parent, Mr. High School, i home for the vacahi parent, Jude and Mr. K. Waltr Heaxley, Lo Angeles, Calif. basket of .sweet peas, as Mr. C. M. vices every morning at 10:30 and tion period with her p.irenti, .Mr. and V. Harrl, has returned to I.ouiiville. and Mm. N. Miller. evenings at 7:4.r One of the most enjoyable events (ilmore entered on the left. The Mr. J. II. Ilourne. All arc cordially inv'ted to attend Mr. and Mr. Jo- - Hirri Wet, who that ha ever taken pWe in linca-te- r maid of honor, Miss llarbarn Peden, F. M .Tinder und son. WilKev. these services. The singing Is led have been trueat. of In parent, Mr, Mr. W. M. Ilogle who has been society was the dance given on lovely in green taffeta and carrying liam, of North Middlefmn, have heen and Mr. W. T. Writ, ft this week spending several day here, returned Frldcy evening, July 15th., by the a bouquet of Columbia roses came by Nithan L. Prewitt. while the orguci: of Mr. and Mri. II. F. Kobin-ro- n for Tulaa, Oklahoma, where they will Monday to hi home in New Orlean. Uincaster Hop Club. As a result of down the center aisle and took her ganist is Mis Sabra Kstes. make their home. Mrs. Ilogle will continue her visit for the untiring effort oi the club and position at the left of the altar. Stand two beautiful women up toa few week longer. Mr. and Mr. Hen Wood have re the splendid of its Little Miss Margaret followed, scat- gether nnd their respective husbands Mr A. II II.tin. Mr. Wm. Lear turned from a viiit to Mr. Wood's beyond re- tering rose petals a friends, the dance wn he came and will invariably and Mr. nnd Mr Kc, Haatin and Mr and Mr. T. J Adam nnd Mi notice the charms of mother, Mr. Dora WWIer, in JuncJune the other fellow' wife first. little daughter. Willie Allene, were Ford, all of the Masonic Widow and proach in every respect To say it was followed by little Mi tion City. was :i "complimentary" dance speaks Lockwood, who carried a small white e.uet of Mr. und Mri. II. V. IIatm, Orphan Home, of Louisville, were in The women's organixations of the c. Kev. C. I) Slrother. of New Al- - in Frankf irl, thia week. the city a few hour lat Monday, for it to say it wa a "Smith" dance cushion, which was the bride' with a scrap of her wedding country are taking an active interest advertise it; and to ray it wa a the guest of friend. banv. Intl.. i spending several day Ml Ijncastor dance vou-hHunter, of W'nche.tter, and for it. dres. on which the ring were borne. in the creation and maintenance of here with Mr. and Mr. K.l (laine on Mr. Clarence K. Vaught and at- Among the e people who The bride on the arm of her father, better country road. If they Mi Francit Hamilton, of Mt. Ster Maple avenue. Klixabeth attended tho dance were: Misses entering at the center aisle was met ling, are U'uet of Mim Cecil Hataon. tractive diughtcr. Mine. definite result in this one field Little Mia Lucille Thompton, of Kmile Prewitt, (Vherr.e Day, Win- nt the altar by the groom and his alone they will have Justified their Mr. W. O. Hopper, who ha been and Mary Hardin Vaught, of LexingSpringfield, i spending several week vifitinc relative in Iluruin; ha re ton, were pleasant vit'tor of Mr. chester; Lillie Cecil Taylor. Cnrl- - best man, who entered from the pas- - enfranchisement a thousand fold. It. K McKobert thi week. with her aunt, Mr. Harry lludaon turned to r. and Kev. Hndon. Mi and Mr. (!eoige McKobert) Mr. Luther Hurnett and children, ' Mr. W. A. Tume- - ami three in of Virginia, Mr. Klnehuri and fon, and daughter. Hetsy Margaret, of! are viitinj, Mr. McKobttrrttuig children, of Indianapolis, William, of Louisville Mnd Mi Sarah Covmi-loare here for a viit Id her parent, May Pettu, of Crab Orchard, were ert parents. Mr. and Mrs. Joe IlurnIll Mr. and Mr. Jamc W. Simpton. week-enhi gueat of Mr. and Mr. side and other relativtt and friend in the city Itobt. ilurnside and family. W Simpson en Mr and Mr. Misses Lillian F.irr. of Jessamine Mfs Annie Herulop. who haa tertained a number of relative and frlenl Sunday in Ini.nr of their viUlng her aunt, Mim- - Kate and county, Mary France. Campbell, of; daughter, Mr. W. A. Turner, of In- - Lillian Ktmiaird, will have thi week Paris, Phoebe llarlwr and Nancy Lee' for a vim with Mr. rd Mr J. Lewi llarb.ir, of Ilardstowr, are charming lianapolia. Monition in I.ouiiville before going guests of Miss Johnettr. Farm, at the Mr. N. P. Thompson, Ml. Nancy to home of her grandparents, Mr. ami her home in Washington. D. C. Thompaon and Mis Jennie Leach-maMr. Joe Ilurnside ONE. all of Springfield, have been Mir Allie Arnold, who ha been Mil Lucy Hates Denny, of Langueats of Itev. and Mr.-- . Harry Hud-fo- n teaching in the school for the Deaf, caster Mis Hetsy (cllin. of Ten-- j in Colorado Spring, Colorado, ha WE FOR YOU. ncssee and Mis Jat.e Hurnaide, of been ipendlng aeve-week In Louis-ana- , Mr. Pearl Culley. M.s Helen Cul-le- Chiergo are member of a house before coming to left Wednesday for Lexington, scienWo make you a new face, but by for a vitit to her siaier, Mr. Joe party being entertained In the home, where they will be hiembera of a of Mrs. J.ime Waller, on North' inFrnncia. we can tific house party given b Mita l.aurn street Kichmond Keciater. Dunn. ,Mi to an one. Katherlne Day. M! Kniily Mr. and .Mr. Price Ilourne enter-- 1 llarbarn l.ec Hudaon and I'ruwitt, both of Wirehester, and tnined at a dinner Thursday the fol-- l Miie Do not make the mistake of thinking can be Virginia Doracy, who lave been the Mia Hortenae Lewi, of (ircenthurg, lowing guest).. Mr. Pirter Itlch andj Lillle Cecil Taylor, of Cnrl accomplished in a the mere a week, or guest of Kev. and Ml Harry llud- Mi iale, and Mia Margaret FIckteaon, of little son nn ddaughtet, Mrs. K. S, t aon have returned to their home In will accomplish the a of a of lotion Mir Ida Crab Orchard Spring, have been Ilourne and daughter Flcmingsburi:. Mae and Fannie Pearl, Mi Kugenia, gueat of Mines Mary Mac and Klixa-bot- h people will Only inexperienced Pollard. .Mm. K. HvSuUon, Mim Alice Miia Leila Mann and Mis Anna Walker. you such rash promises. Siitt-- n, Mr. Kugene Sutton and Mr. ilnldwln (Irlcidiy, who have been I Mr. W. It. Cook. Mr. Klwood nnd Mrs. Moo Pollard. guest of Mr. and Mrs Jamet Smith, to on the subject. We invite a Davi. Mia Klixabeth Salter, Miaa have returned to fio'r home in Mr Hob Gulley entertained Mon-- ! Malice Isaac, Mctar. Cliurlle Cecil, ilanlttown. day with n dinner par y at his home, III., Itobert Salter Davi, Jamet REMEMBER CUSCADEN ICE CREAM near Mr. Waller lleazle. who ha been I. either, Itobinaon and Vul Cook, all was McCreary. A delicious menu' served consisting of old ham. COOL. family of her brother, of Danville, and MU Helen Klixabeth visiting the fried chicken, potatoes, beans, beets, Mr. James Heaxley, wi viait relative Sprague, of Louiavillr, attended the onion, butterbear.s, cucumber, sal-in Stanford before goit.g to her homo dance here Friday evuiing. and several kind of bread. Ice in Los Angeles, Callfvmla. Mr, nnd Mr. Clay Sutton inter-lain- e cream and several kinds of cakes, i J Tuesday enim; with a family There were about twenty guest presMiia Minnie Mae Itnhlnson entertained with an elegant luncheon ut ilinner party at their hMiie on Maple ent. Those enjoying the day most her lovely auburban home on the avenue in honor of Mr. Sutton' were Mfr. Bob tiulley, Mr. David FIRST THOUGHT IN DRUGS. Koas, of this city, and Mr. Henderson i. Stanford road In honor of her house siater, Mr. J. M. Stuughton, of The table ha I for It center Wheeler, of Kirksville, the only living Rcfreahment were aerved KstuhlLshed 1853 KUtat. Phone 39, Lancaster, Ky at the dance Interm'ialon. A num- piece a larr cloth w'lh a cut gla i old I m of the Woolford Cavalry in howl flllrd wth Krdr flowen. A this county, telling of their wonder-fu- l ber of very charming experience during the war. four count nitnti wat airved. vlallori were prcient. d d n, grand-mother, s. d llloomingtin, III., few- week visit. at home Ilourne, of for a Mis Inex Kay, who I attending iIr; Mnry Wagner fierry, Sharps-burg- school in Kichmond, frent the weekHorlrnsc Lewi. Grccnslmrg; end with Ml Mnrgarot Doty on the Loui e Sttme, Georgetown; Mary Irvine pikr, A beautiful nipper wat Franci Campbell, Pari; Pheobc liar-he- r, given In her honor Monday night. Uardstown; Lillian Farrar, LexTho; present were; Mie Inex Kny, ington; Margaret Hunter, WinchesDiana and Mary Kllr iheth Uickey, ter, Sarah France Hiimilton, Mt. Lucille (iibb and Margaret Doty, Sterhng; Margaret Fit kelson, Crab Prof 0. L. McClain. of Model High. Orchard; Noncy Baldvin (irlgsby, LeProf. W. K. Doty, of Annapolis Naval ila Mann, Hardstown; Helen Klixabeth Academy, Madge Messrs. John Lackey, Sprat-ue- , Isaac, Louisville, Kngle and Oldham Dp'y, Messrs. Henry Harper, Carlisle; Johnny Dugan, Itobert Smith, Louisville; e Mr. and Mrs. W. K "ook, of Hunter llro., Winchester; Kdwln a entertained Tuesday with Walker, Sheilds Fickeiion, Crab noon luncheon in honor of Mr. William Montgomery, of Terra Haute, Indlnnn, who i the cvest of Mr. Dan-vllt- June Wedding. Mr.. e, pen. The groom and his groomsmen wore reguntion evening drcs. Then followed the ceremony. Tho ordinary double ring ceremony wn used, closed by the couple kneeling nt the chancel mil to receive the blessing. The music eonited of two song, "I Love You Truly," and "Hecause." The bridal choru from Lohrengrin was used at the processional. All during the ceremony Shuhert' "Serenade" wa played sofely. The recessional was Mendelsohn' Wedding March. The reception was held Immediately after the ceremony nt the home, of the bride's parents, .'21 N. tith. St. Paducah, Ky. The house was charmingly decorated with potted plants nnd cut (low-erThe rainbow scheme wa carried out In the decorations and the refreshment. The bride's parents were assisted in receiving by thr young couple nnd the entire bridal tor's ttufy on the right. The bride was gowned in white satin, trimmed in lace and rope of nearls. Her veil to tulle wa held In place by ft fillet nf pearl and fell in graceful folds terminating nt many point below the hem of her gown. She carried a shower bouquet of Columbia re., valley llllies and white nwect h, Tom-hnao- - tr cut-glas- -- -,.. Ken-luck- - Kt-xi- r Swim-broad- Dan-Mile- e, er Gilberts Creek Meeting visl-tin- 1 pillow-covere- e. -- j pro-duc- iiii HI irir .ri d In-e- J SHOULD BOTH BE BEAUTIFUL SUPPLY THE OTHER cannot treatment attractive careful and gradually transform your plain face that Soul and Face day or or jar THE CREATOR SUPPLIES al y bottle result. that wonders purchase of cream desired or unreliable make heart heart talk I KEEP HELPS TO STORMES DRUG STORE Cov-liiftoi- out-of-to- Th Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, July 21 SAVE FAT OITAINED IN A In 1 92 1 . PREPARING MEAT 6000 FRIEND by you whim CONGRESS APPROPRIATES A QUARTER MILLION DOLLARS FOR HORSE BREEDING. t l if S it aal Wit az-i-- Q 'cr-isa-! c 'f alejr SasaamJavj flsabsjOBirjMnH aaaaaaS hi cosy Met pictures. Wt have tht If you have children in your home you need a Kodak. Begin today and keep an album of your children ns they are from time to time. In a few short years they will be children no longer, then you will be thankful over and over again that you took our advice and kept a picture record of them when they were young. Come in today and buy a Kodak so you can "snap" them often. All our photo goods are fresh. Let us develop your pictures. GOODS you need. PHOTO McRoberts Drug Store Hogwallow ((It-orK- FARM YOUNGSTERS I t.ancaster people toll how Domi' Kidney Pills havi Mood tha Obviates Necessity ef luyln. taut, D. C Sandes, prop lumber nnd , coal business e.f Campbell St, ii' ( utter and Lars'. dorsed Ivan's four years ago nnd again confirm the itory Could oii ; at asa ror more convincing testimony Math Outllnt ef "I used lawn's Kldnry Till with Clarifying Fata So That It May very satisfactory results nnd I am a UeesJ In Kltchan lea Cheat glad lo endorso thorn." say Mr Is Quit Haney. et out Hande "When mv kldnev I of order I have i dull, nagging bark Care used In saving and raring for ,, ,hrmwh my orrne all fat obtained fn.m cooking meet lu I kMnpy My kidney art Irregularly. tha home will siive many a dollar n.,,.,-- . vi.in..,. fin. which otherwise would harp to lis Ktormes DniK Store relieve the troic spent for butter, lard or other rooking Mi nnd put my kidney In good orfata. Kata derived from the evoking der" (Statement given Nor 11, of baron, hara, chicken, beef and 191ft) other meats, ahould lip kppt, each In On Feb 21, 1911. Mr Sande addIta own receptacle, to lip used fur difed' "I have the same opinion of ferent purposes. Poan'K Kidney I'M a when I enHousehold specialists III the United dorsed them In 131 I nm glad to Department of Agriculture sy recommend Ioan States to anyone for an oldfashloned method of clarifying they are very rellabte" Op at nil denier fat from Uip soup kettle, or from KoMcrMllburn cooked meats, so that It may be usad Co , Mfr lluffalo, M. T lo the kitchen, In to add the cold fat to a liberal quantity of cold water, . , Legion Piews then heat aioiy and t cook for an . j hour or more. When cold, the cake of I h A trinl trip of the "American fat la removed and the lower portion, twitwrew will contain the small partlrJ.n ion," the new '.M, 000-toliner of the Muttson of meat, ahould be ecraed away and pnenger-cnrgIf the Lines, vvn the occasion for n gather-- ) the whit, clean fat saved llaor or color, or both, are not satis- lttg of American Legion otTicml from' factory the proc,- -, may bp related Kn,u,rn alt,.,, ttt0 Tfu. ,fj . ,f a.erl time. laAnother method oft.-,-of , " ' , ClimiU.n, X. recomniendpil. , to iok a number nml "i, "' L, Tht'1 allcea of raw potato In the boiling fat. J wn nuui lor me i niieu omir. When an lie cheat It ued. fat In lamp ork amall quantltlea may anlly be kept Shipplnt; Hoard by the New a It aweat for rooking purpote,. If lara Ship llnililin Corporation. la rendered at home In quantity aulB nllocntrd to the Iunon line fur elent for a longtime. It should be kept , ,efVICP between New York nnd South cotared lu tin or earthen Jam. la a ' m,.rlrn ' . . cool, dry place, at la a cellar or atora- A,lp.n nerd. ii-- A Rixxl friend staid Memey Ta B Spent Under Staperviaien ef Army Officer To More There vchbred Horses for Cavalry Purpose. GOVERNMENTS SPEND MUCH Raise) OTHER MORE. American o Leg-whic- n rn,f ... .. room. I .egion --'J- Sh? who tour France thi one-ceCrickit Hicks i.i stamp nnd a soon a ho iret one more ho can send hi letter olT. Happenings. Are Told Methods Of Bingham.) Hog Fattening. ynvini: up hi circular outlining the project fur junior agricultural club member has jut come off! the pre. at the College of Agricul-- ! ture ami is being distributed to in-- J tcre-steboys and girl who art rais- ing pigs as their club project duringj the summer. The new publication discusses the subject of swine fatten-- , ing from the .election of the pig to) the marketing of the animal nnd gives suggestions on care, management and feeding which are designed to interest youngsters of the State in pig raising. The circular I No. 10'l and may be ohamcd by writing the Experiment Station, Lexington. A new swino-fattem- GOOD SUPPER TOMATO SAUCE j Naw and Appttiiing Ways af "rapar. I" Cats Whllt Chaap A Varltty ta Many. ' Mis Hotetter Hocks, who recently sent olT after n mail order catalogue containins about I.'JOO paRcs, Ims finished the tak of persuini: it from cover to cover and wantinc all the thinjr that were priced higher than she could pay. Sidney Hocks says he dreamt last night he caught a fih almost as biK n a cow, with a but nobody believes it. pin-hoo- Silu Kildew, who In his younger days held up hi shoulders and kept his hair combed, now don't even straighten his necktie when he sees u woman coming. A fire occurred at Tickville Wed nesday afternoon. The blaze had gained considerable headway when the department arrived as they were in the middle of n big checker game when the alarm was turned In. Slim Pickens is placing great anticipation in attending the foot- washing service at Hog Ford next Third Sunday. He went last year and came home with a fine pair of SOX. HEALTHY PEOPLE 4av Rloh, Jefferson Patlocks, who has. been following the shade around the during the hot spell, got thrown off the track today by cloudy weather. Clab Hancock don't believe any more that music i soothing to the ravage a he sang to his baby the other night for two hours, and It got madder and madder. post-offi- a as. 'r Rick. Rtd Blmd .f the navigator, Amerigo Vepucc. 3ruifuU tornilo (vjlp l, Uaipocnful rl.Marhnl Foch. who is coming to the ini Julc taut ry alt ttaipoontul IXP I'nitiH) Slate this fall to attend the' throuih a I tbltpoonful tul national contention of the American j m tmpoonruls all Legion at Kansn City, will meet the tr 1 tablcipoontuU flaur delegation m l.egicn American Make a sauce of the Ingredlput. France thi summer. If polble he f of the caure In a baklut will receive the I.egitnnnirea m the I'ut The' dish, break all eggs, diip at a time. old houe in which he was born Into a saucer and slide earh egg Into house i in the I'yrenne and the Leg-- j the Kttuce, taking rare not to break )un men will mark it with a memorial the yolk. Corer with the rematulu,; tablet. auce and sprinkle three tablespoon-fulThe American Farm Hureau Fed-- ' Never mind what your neighbor of grated cheee oer the top. I'ut ays. It's what you do that counts. In the oten and bake until the egg .ration, with more than a million! are set. Mene hot on toasted bread members, has joined hands with the 'American Legion in obtaining legis-- ' or with boiled rice. Nation for the relief of disabled oldi-jtr- s I of the world war. More than I,-- i MAKE FINE BUTTER PEACHES S0O bureaus of the Federation have) Uaaful by Houaakaapar I llasl Bloasl Fauna Quita Whan Jama ang Jilltaa endorsed the legislature program in In Spring Legion. Waak, woniout blood Is ratpoa Ara Runnlnf Law. !th One of" the many impressive cere, siMa for a host of ills. If you In which the American Legion' would attain ruddy koalth. a roSpringtime often finds the bust body and Muscular steaafth, delegation will participate on thier supply of Jelly and Jams In a I you BBUit fkit aara rich, rad Mood. Thouaaada hara aarichad depleted condition. When this is tha trip to France this summer will be am Mirh Imffftr mail frnm ratinMl the laying of a cornerstone of the! thak Mood with S. S. 8., the ad standard blood buUdtat Marne at and dried peaches may wall mme to! new brulge to span the tonic. t hateau-ThierrThe new struc the aid. t, for SptUI BookUt The following recipe rwcoinmeodad ture will be known ns "Post Moose-b- y without chmfr. rfil. CHmI Af.dica Adttm. tha United Statea Iapartm.nt of Vt)l jn ))0I10r of lhl. aU fheoilore SS.S.Co .Dmn'tdM.AtUntm.Gm. Agriculture fo.1 specialists Is S. S. S. at your druggist, toolt.veit and hi son. Quentin. The Cl llclous. ,attt''" combat near Chateau- of JrlM To each four Hiuiid ""'"' eache use two ijuarts of canned llc replica of the ol.t "tin Soak the drll enehes ln peaches. water eeral houra and cook until j hat" of A. K. F. days w ill bear the tender Add the fanned peaches and 'names and service record of Illinois rah the pulp through a colander or soldier on trees of memorial high-wir- e aleie. Stir 'JH pounds of sugar of the state, according to a re- ' Kggt Htv at their eheappit nan, and new and ttppetiztng way of preparing them add variety to the menu Mere In a reclpp recommended by the e kltchpn of the I'nlted StatP Department of At rlmlture : town of St. Pie, well known to Amer ican who ycrved on the old I.une- villi front. Not many of the defend- ers of St. Die knew nt the time that t sunt- - they were defending ' the houe in In St. which America got its name. Die lived the Alsation monk, Wald e Muller. whose suggestion it wns that the Western Continent take the name i!) rr one-hal- ' ' bouaa-keappr- 'a rac-offais- orlorindi-ridumlmdric- Into thla pulp and cook slowly, Mir" ri,.g the right thlckues. I'aek while hot aterlllfp like rach butter and "'"" l GIVE ATTENTION TO CLOTHES Waahlng ansj arMtng 0f LIntn and Cotton Suiting Can la Dana Quita Nlcaly at Horn. Cotton and linen suits can be pressed and luundered at home. Dut ran gcnerall) be shaken from them, for they do not hold It us wool nnd idlk ltnialilnir t.tnt flfi rflli 111., lllrl Hfrurr Into cotton und linen liber. cotton and linen suiting should be preed on the wrong side or with a thin cloth hpread over them. This makaw them look more like new und prevents shine on seams uml mark of the Iron. .1.. I "Auititnotlve Vehicles were tlrd In n imbera. Ye, that la Hue, and It will be true In the future. Ilut war and the horse and the mule continue to be Inseparable The great mllltary mtgratlons of the tast those, Inde-- d, o! civilization. Itself are so linked with the horse that his production and Improvement ma) be said to have been with them. Motive powir has not killed the horsn and' mule very member of the species I. has a valuable and Important place to till, motive powrr to the contrary notwithstanding. The latter and tho horses will go along together, each titling an Important and useful lephrre. "The breeding of horses and mules, far from being abatid, should be practiced In the pplrlt of the utmost optimism and confidence. True, thp horse and mule market Is upset. Tha demand, however, for every class wt come again before the colts now bred mature. All our best Informed horsemen, bretdrrs and farmers trrognlt this fact anQ advise doubling our to the work of breiding. "Meanwhile better horses and mules ahauld be the aim of every breeder. We rued better blood, more quality: a more valuable animal. A welt brrd. sound animal, of good conformation and quality of any class, will always bring a high price and a handIt Is the some prutlt to the briedir. scrub or ordinary animal that loses the brnder and farmer money. The scrub rata as much forage and takes as much care as the high class anicc)t tWcitian f u. ,,iong mal, and one has nothing at manu-ii-t turity. The progeny of high class, of the American Legion. The F. W. Calbraith, Jr., I'ost of pure bred stallions, that have proud tlulr courage, mdurance the American Legion of New York compititlou, nnd selected and tpeid In farm mares, City is the first post named for the will bring the brteder an Increasing late national commander of the Leg profit as the time gos on. 'The (loveniiiunt Is backing tho ion, to receive it charter. It is com 'I production of these better horses and posed chiefly of Legionnaires attach mules, This work is being arcom-pllshiid to the American Legion Weekly by the War Departmtnt headquarter. Two other pots have through the Iti mount Service, under organized in honor of the late com- the quartermaster (leucral of the U. Army. mander, one at Cincinnati, ()., nnd S. "The last Congress appropriated a the other at Itock Island, III. qnartt r of a million dollars to further The first railroad to aiinonuce re- - Huso plans. The project also is belni; delegates to the mi buckid by an atu'l'.i-- loc.tty of tho lu,'' '' nual convention of the American 'le'nount Si rvic , known as the Amrrl-- i It mount Assoc a i, on, composed of Legion at Kansas City this full i the clvllans, breeders, A one-cerane'ir.it-nFrisco. horsitmn, i.wntra n mile rate wilU s, dr. vers and riders. be extended to all American l.ei-lo-n men, their wives ami others who nrej member of the Women' Auxiliary,! available for thrlr transHirtation abroad, and by the fart that rations wire naturally of the trrst import. The first cry from abroad was for mm, then for food.ti.Rs to feed their millions of soldiers ml our own nun. not camp the donand for ammunitions the stun that made the hellish (Ire that raked the nety. his theatre of op rations and hia lines of communication. On the heels of the call for thesis necessities we had the one for the war horse and the war mule, in quantities neur Iwfore approchd. preat np.illilng thf necessity cf government Interest, gupertMon nnd p.ullrl-patioIn brerding of thoroiiRhhrpd horsis. If the L'nltrd Stalls It to Like her rightful position the other f the world, tlir t'nl'ed rounfrle Stales Concress has mute an of a quirli r nf a million dollars to be expended III horse breeding. While tins Is a very small amount when tampan d with the millions of expenditure made by the government of Hnitland, Francp. Daly and Spain In this work. It I being iftVctiie'r turd to enl.irKe the number of thor ntighbred horses suitable for cavalry mounts, In explaining the ptans nf thn Culled State govrrnnirnt for tho brretfing of more and loiter horse. Col. C I:. Hawkins, iiirtrniinvr-- j Corps, l'nltrd States llemount Service, says The world war brought out the fact that the National liefrtise demands, lint ttily thouvinds up n thousand of horses and tntilis, but horses and mules of good bnpiilng tjiulity and brii'dlng in the horse and mule Is vhat gives thtm Hie slaying power In dancer and iitiergetiry. ns well n fir thp less spectacular, but not less Important, wrvlce In connection with our aerlriillural and romni rrlal pursuits. What Is true In the man Is true In the txast. Couracp in the soldier we call mrap. In either case the quality Is that of the will to stay when threat md by the common Instinct to falter which means failure and defeat. The Unltid States I the Rre.lt horse and mule nnrkit of the world. Mi r nlllis dipimbil upon us for tho major supply of tlulr war horses and mules. Thousands ti(on thousand were sold to the llrltlsh, French. Italian, llt'lgtan. Orerk and other The supply that could Foverntnents. be sold was llm.tid only by the ships appro-prlatlon n wagon, buggy, and harness and ,tddls tranufac'urcrs In shoi. nf almost all the repreentatlve nrn.inli.it Inns Interested In the future nf thp horse and mule The object to be accomplished may be siimmirled as follows. To promote and improve the production of Iiomps and mules. "To stimulate- - Uip breeding of high class Animals of Uip equln specie!, with a view to Improving their bl.M lines nnd conformation, and thereby to enhance their usefulness and market value. To protect owners, users and breeders and dealers arslnst unjust and un reasonable legislation. outdoor exercise. To save-- thn riding and drlvta horses from degeneration and extinction. promote and meourasje hor- ram and hunt meets, polo, horse fairs and rlJIng and driving by means of rompetlng for prizes and ribbons. "To encourage the use of the hnr commercially and for sport lu lieil'ay, shows, 'To gather, nwirdlnato and disseminate data on breeding, feeding, sabl management and rare of animals To To Imbue our people with a patriotic understanding that thp horse an t mule Is tiecesary for our Nathmal ! fen'e. "Our Immedlstp concern Is to ar the riding and driving horse and high Wt class rare hnrsp from extinction. want to produce a truly American typ horsp with breedof cavalry horse a ing and quality, a well .is bone and substancp a weight cirrler and thi test general purpoe horsp known a horse that will weigh from I.I'M to 1.150 pound, standing from fifteen hands, imp Inch to slxtpen hand, tight made, with good gaits and action a walk, trot, gallop horsp that cm carry weight and follow the houn4 across country thit the family can drive to church and also one that can hold his own In hard work on the farm a horse that can In' used to advantage and pconotmeally any and everywhere, ixcept in nry heavy draft 'nils type of horso has splendid looki. quality, action and vigor a wonderful se horse for the farmer, ant one that can be kept at a minimum Almost every commercial and cost military use will be met by the prt-mof this breeding scheme, de?-deprimarily upon the site, quality and blood lines of the mares used In the stallions to be plae! the United States thli nprng will bp over one hundred head of throughout Illtr.ItS, Govlions ernment agencies, will be avalUMe to fartmra and breeders at a mml The fiovemment doe mutn fee not expect to make money, but to for make it possible and feaslbl the farmer and breeder lo get the strstallion ike of a high class approved object Is for their good mires. Tho to produce animals of real iatu and use that will not only pay for tht.r rearing, but bring a handsome profit when mature. We expect the progeny at maturity to make general purpose horses, cavalry horses, riding and driving horses, show horses, hunters, race horses, polo poniis. depending largely upon the mares selected for breeding and the care In narlng the colts; n high class horse. bo"h for peace and war, a link In the chain of our NatLnal Defease. The colts will belong to thp breeder. The Government will have no strings on them. The owner will be privileged to sell them to whomsoever he pleases at any time, lloweier, tho Government expects to depend upon this sourca for Its supply of animals In times both uf peace nnd war. breeding. "Among Thps Ixme lly, placedand substance. through In the stud THOIIOmen class iu:i3Ti:iti:t) plenty of big horses with stal- j ' 1 ''' ,,.art. d tr y "The New York Jockey Club.' I may add. has establish! d a half-breregistry at Avon. New York, with Mrs, Herbert Wadsworth In charge. This makes It possible for the farmer and owners of these colts, which will be , to register same at a nominal fee of i:00. whlrli nglstratlon Is rtruncly recommended, because, when the farmer or breeder desires to dispose of these colts, a better price will be paid by civilians for the registered colts than for those that are not regis. tired; lu addition to this, registration Is necessary If any t)pj or breed of horse Is to be established and recognized. All necessary information In regard to this registration can be had Iteglstratlon by writing to Half-hnllureau. Now York Jockey Club, Avon, New York. half-bred- I iffrfr, . , "I'lans for an organization slmllat to that In charge of Mrs. Wadsworth nro now under way In the Interests of Kentucky brudirs and farmers." Household Champion Vertical Lift Mower $75 Quesmr egg custurds with miiplt Hay Rakes $40. We csrry everything la the iwplemeit line. Coasult us Tor Btrgslus. Sweeten elrup. BETTER DEAD Ufa is a burden when the hod Evervthinc worries and the victim become despondent and downhearted. Ta bring back the sunshine take is racked with nain. Thin Is 0anir Then In Sudden Spurts Is Safety In Steady Growth fitianc--nl Spasmodic plunging in monev matters often br.ng-- . (list res. Oily bottla may be easily cleaned If a little nmmouta Is used. Depositing your savings in th s bank brng ultimate sue-ce- s and comfort not o spectaiu'ar, but safe, sure and devoid of risk of any kind, HAVE YOU A SAVINGS ACCOUNT WITH US? Ta keep a pU) from sticking to platt sprinkle pie plate generously with flour Instead of Noah AAar&ee. Jr. . General Merchandise Bryantsvilla, Ky. Remove the akin and bone whlla It la atlll wann and coma away easily. a a Wban a pie runs over In aalt aprlnkled over the Juli-- r with H araaa ailing tha from fish they will Ilia ovae will kaaf siuvka, G0UiaXDsL salvMSPtQa- Tha aational remedy of Holland for nvea 200 years; il is an eneany of all pains resulting froea kidney, liver and uric acift troubles. All druagists. three alias. THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. S. C. DENNY, Cashier. CtSl Isl $5 OOOO. on Call Meaal etarr Surplus $30,000. Honor Roll Bank ksjsx The Ctntral Rcord, Lancaster, Ky.. Thursday July 2 ( 1 , 1 92 1 1 Capital $50,000.00 Surplus S0,000.00 Honor Roll Bank. ' 4 per cent paid on time deposits. Call and see us. J. J. Walker, President. W. F. Champ, t. ( Character, Capacity, Capital. Talbot's Document Dth U ! ARSENATE OF LEAD Is Best Control For bacco Worms. I To- Br FREDERICK CLARKE 14, till, MMi.ru When a man goes into butintM and akt for credit hii THREE are investigated CHARACTER, CAPACITY and CAPITAL. The result of this investigation usually determinei hi general credit standing. C JJUllli In time, Itrjee Talbot gathered up a fallliiir frmltilne fiinu In bis nrms, u craned by u speeding automobile, n lid stuiiibleil ngnlht the pollirmnn guarding Ibe crushing from one of Hone "llnhd n( safety" planted at tin- - street liilirsectlori, "A prttty iinrmw esenfx, tlint," n murki'il the oltleer. "(Jood for you. joutu; uinii," lie lidded eiitliusliistlriilly. lie slnp4il Tiillml on Hie sbnublir In tin npprrclntlte way, but the latter n not resolislr. Talbot aolsted llii dark featured, law-eyeylrl lie had suxed to reiner tier fallen lialiil bug, rnlel Ids bat nn slit tbunkid Id in criitefutly, and went on bin uiiy, grim, pub' and wretched. "It hot come," lit kept saying to Jut .stf.r liluurir in u strained, dreamy under man. Trf-yenr ncmi lie bad wasted a fortune In reekles rttruvuguncH. 'Ilien th Money saving pays big dividends. Try it. last reort of ennui, the cnprlclmi plu)iiig rnrds, Tlien rrform, bard work, Mime fair ihvIiiki mid Iterthn lore, lie n in marry tier In u wet-k- . Tlint inomlin; u bad come, a LANCASTER, KY. . uiUshe that litll.il lilm to tin- a Wo poll tricolor ClutioH, which arc kooiI in that iimde uf wedded t'll and fared lilm, an imu-'lnr- . the United States and all foreign countries. wniltli fruin tlie aliil imk He clnnred at his wntrh, aroe. ia bi m at went out Into tin- - street and then Miirted for a populous hut poor sec I'llmlly 'i j nder (f the rummer ami coming tion of the city. gUen over he rrlKlinl to cheap f.i i nf'er which a number of them a thdriiiiKlifnre clothing store and pawn shop. He w lie shown at the international Iowlv n lie .irnn to I ivetuck Kxosition in cue they ualket niori' r on the I.uIIiIInkk. At rend the niimlx develop properly It i the plan of Inst III ilrxtltllllll'tl- - nuinbrr lilt. the station to add a number of He I llllleit he 0ids! the Hum In Of der that n greater service may Southdown ewe to the llflck In the bert Thirteen! "Tniijiiiiri la iiHirt'" he umrmureil be rcndereil to the farmers of the near future, Mr. Horlnchcr announc "the npHilntei hour. I will fare It State in thfir sheep feeding, breeding ed. lli'hlnd the riiunter In the sijuatld and wangement problem n number .hp ot a 'tern fared, nian. The summer bn been hot, we Hf addition have been made to the but not )uite s hot a the young He glunreil Up ll the roller entered. Hwk of sheep on the Kentucky "I .m Tnltmt.' said the latter, K.yriment Station form, blood uha mies hi train when he a date in the next town with hi by h according to an announcement "It l well." IiinIi,-- i th,. Jew, nrWnc I.. J. Hurlacher, in charge of the stat- bc.t girl. room, and pllntliij: the way Into a The puufihroker motioned bl vis ion sheep Mark. The hit uf animal l An exchange thinks that if Ananitor to a (hair nt a table urn! nt ntided include eight earl.ng llamp-hirwither", four ll.impsh re wether ... it... lit nn t,,.l,f Vi. unlit. I ll.iv. down opNilte In htm. where he could Hut he would kifp hi eje on the simp. ewe lamb and lot of rompetitinn. lamb one Southd-rmy litter.," he sMike "You rarl'-nram Tie ii. lie uuuiil le out or iiuinr n III n chilling, tone. "I vvt'! be !cv .! jiotl dur.ng the completely. Aiumn' haw here the mT. In the rae I wrote you about. Here," and he etn tied out the eolltelit of a hoi like n- "are the due UUienti- lley. ymir note for $HMI. urniue the rontrart )iu slcntil. It an pay- iiieiit oti call. I am hi tine for nthers, you understniiit. What lime you to A young man, by beginning to save early, can in time provide capital, and it it safe to say that in the process of saving he will, by the time his capital is accumulated, already have builded well the other two C's character and capacity. ten I I etrr jearsV lie bad a liNtory, tbl "Hie iippiduted hour I Why did lliuke the rnlilrilct? Why lme dallied in fancied serurlty all tbee The Garrard Bank & Trust Go mar-row- miM-ker- iwEa a a mmmxmm New Sheep Are Added To State Experiment Flock. ii- -, tem-rahl- Agri-cultur- llr'e r e iu.-il- llan-psnr- reei-hi-- liiilneke POPULAR EXCURSION t. Tobacco hornworm which usually grower considerable give tobacco trouble at thi time of the year are best controlled by nrsenatr of lead which should be used instead of Paris Green, according to II. II. Jevvett, of the College of Agriculture. Kx pcrlcnce has shown that arsenate of lead ndhere. to the plants longer than Paris tireen doe that It may be used In unsettled or rainy weather, that it even when rarely kijure tobacco used in excessive amounts and that it ue is not attended by any irritation to the operator. "Tobacco hornworm hibernate in teli pupal stage during the winter and the adults appear from the first week in June to about the middlu of August. llecaue of this long period during which mlult emerge from the n pupae there is n of broods of worm in the livid in the latter part of the However, there are two distinct brood. The maximum number of worms is reached about August 15th. "Arsenate of lead is applied to the tobacco by meant of a dust gun. When the gun ha a fan le. than ten Inchc. In diameter the arsenate of lead powder should be mixed with an equal bulk or more of dry, sifted wood-asheA thorough and even application of the poison is necessary to get good results. The dusting should be done when there l. no breeze, either in the evening or in the morning when dew- u on the plant. An active operator can dust several acres in one day. "The first application of the poison should bem ade when the worms become too numcruu to be kept in check by hand picking. I'oion the worm. when they are small, not more than one week old. Two application of the poison, should be made to the tobacco an devun a third if the worms are abundant. L'ndcr conditions from three to live pound of arsenate of lend an acre i sufficient for one dusting depending on the size of the plant and worm. Ths mean actual arsenate of lead and not the mixture. "Kirective control of the tobacco worms depends largely upon the grade of the arsenate of lead used. It should be guaranteed to contain at least .10 per cent of arsenic oxide of which not more than one per cent g con-fuio- mm I 'tLaaaflRljflV Saaaaaaaa Hii'inii-CITIZENS W ft- W' S? ' 3... r. !i.i...i. ., i . ,ll.-... . MPIIIVI, a ....,.... l .! ... r:i l iirriaiiini v 111111 ( 1,1,1, W. F. .Miller, Aistant Cashier. Mrs. Naomi Hamilton, Teller. r - Ass't. to the President. i. NATIONAL LANCASTER, KY. BANK. L Corner Public Square nnd Dnnville Street. CINCINNATI SUN DAY, JULY 2 st," 92 1 snyr i free or water soluble." Fannie Merida vrc Sunday visitor of Misses Mollie and Kthcl Humes. Mr Harry I). Itlce was with LexMr and Mr. Wm Walker, Mr. ington frier ds Sunday. nrd Mrs. John Prather, Mrs. William .Mrs. Creen Poyr ter, of Lincoln, is Scott and Miss Anna llelle Crutch' visiting .Mr. and .Mrs. Alfred Poynter. field were Danville visitors Friday. Mr. and Mr. Milton Ward, Mr. .Mrs. Wm. ll.irne. wa the visitor Tom Ward, Mr and Mrs. J. L. Yantis Tue.-da- y a.'ternoon of .Mr. John and on, (Jeorge, were Sunday guests, Ki.ld. of Mr. and Mrs. It. IV. Ward, of Madi.Matter Ilarald Ward, of Madison, son. i the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Milton Mr and Mrs. Mack Turner and Ward. children, Mr. nnd Mrs. Tom Marscc, Mrs Klinn llaker and son, Hubart, and family and Mist F.dith King, of JuiNon, ire visitor of Mr. and spent Sunday with Mr. nnd Mrs. Noah Mrs. Jnme Yanti. Marsee. Mis Klizabcth Y.iter has returned .Mr. and Mrs. John Osborn, Mis. home after a visit with Mr. and Mr.. Lee Anna rnd Prry Osborn were Hubert Vater. of Teatmville. visitors from Fridy until Monday of The fami'ies of Mr. John Kidd and .Mr and Mr. J. K. Durham of JessaMr. Tom Turner attended the pro- mine county. tracted meeting at Fre-do- m Saturday Mr and Mrs. J. P. Foley. Mr. and n'rht Mrs. Henry Tuttle, Misses Daysie Mr. and Mrs. Olt'e Craham and lit-ti- e ItunelU and Malinda Taylor, Messrs. son, William Milton, were in Lan- Tom and I.oyd Ilarneo and Willie caster Sunday visiting Mr. and Mrs. Merida attended the Odd Fellows, Milo Simpson. celebration at Cartersville Sunday. Misses Murgaret and Iluth White Mrs. Canie Davidsoi . .Mr. and Mr. arc spending the week with her grand Wm. Sutton had for their Sunday mother. Mm. John Hriaddus, of the guests Mr. nnd Mrs. .. T. Itice, and llichmond road. Hon, Itobert Leslie, Mi Carlyn Itice, of Uichmond, Mr. and Mrs. (luy Mr. and Mr.. Oscar Lewis have to their home in Versailles, Davidson and two son, of Lancaster. after a visit to her parents, Mr, and They spell it "trinitrotoluol," they Mr. Tom Doolin. Mr. and Mr. John Kidd, Mr. nnd call it TNT, and if they are wise they Mr.. Tom Turner and Jaughters, Ver-ti- e let It alone. and Julia, spent Sunday with .Mr. and Mrs. Win. Karnes. Mr. Oabe F.lkln. of Silver Creek and Mr. Marhall Ka,-of Manse were visitor the pas' week of Mr. and Mrs. Milton Ward STORMES DRUG STORE Misses Lucy and N'o"e Turner, Lillian, Anna A.w and (Daily. Kidd and GUY. MlllWilal Talhot'. fare had gniwn deathly 1 1 SotrnmRAiiwiOfSYsnM ROt'ND TRII' FARK l i t ins w R TtV Special Train l.ravra Danville 6:00 A. M. Returning Special Train Leave Cincinnati GilO P.M. VUiWJ iijirtm.tlan upon .pfili .Inm $2.35 mitutj, FROM DANVILLE (C.ittllTiaM) HaHHHlBHHHHraBaHai Farm And Home News From Over Kentucky (iilrs (Jore. a Tnvler county will conduct an a'falfa demonwith County stration in Agent J I.. Miller wh.ch is expected to bnn,r out some important point in connection with the production of the crop n that section. The alfalfa will be ovn on subsoilcd land in an eifort to determine if thi type of noil in best suited for the crop in that lection. n Thirty-thre- e Fulton county hive become charter member livestock shipping of a association recently organized there with thi help of County Agent O. I.. Cunningham. Farmers of llre.ithitt county are in flowing an increased interest In purebred livestock, according to County Agent I.. F. Morgan, who report that ix purebred Duroe Jersey hogs were recently distributed to four farmers of th" county. Farmers in the Meadow Creek com- far-wefar-me- ti Af.nl r, To lor county, are planning to ra.se purebred Duroc Jersey hogs, according to a report of County Agent J - Miller. George CrttTin ha purchased .1 purebred sire which will be used by several farmer in the community who already have purebred sows. Feeding a balanced ration to his pig following the recommendation of proved County Agent T, II. Jono profitable for J a me A. Hieronymous, a junior agricultural club member in Lee county. His pig gained SO pound in -- 7 day and now weighs 100 pounds. Demonstration on .oll improvement and alfalfa growing will be conducted by several Hopkins county farmers duiing the coming fall, according to a report of County Agent will M. M. Cordon. Dick Solomon carry on a demonstration with alfalfa 111 an clfort to determine the best method of growing the crop in that John 1'owell will carry 011 section. .1 number of sol improvement demonstration' which are expected to be of spec al value to farmers of that while hut hl lip were firmly set, his eye llxed In n ilepernte tare. "Vou ilemand V he spoke. In a irmting. Ulitiatiirul tone. "I!te ruin for the family of Samuel laae. It In a plain hillliei Ten year iich Innr, your friend, mltniH'eil you $ il. to pay a .V debt of honor mouth since Naur wan dNcfivorfd illel. That eiivtlo l'nle within forty eight liar that reielied hy hi family 510Hl u their home will he nii'l they will he beggared an Inxalld widow, three helplex dilldren and an old blind grandfather" Some one ut that moment ctimo Into the outer room. The old man proceed eil thither. Itryee Talhot dropped hl head on hi arm outMretihed ncro pri'-sltlofop-clox'- d r-- i t. k ., Here why CAMELS sue; the quality cigarette put the BECAUSE we Camels utmost quality into this are as good as it's pos- Hie Thl, then, the appointed hour of reckoning! At that moment he eri't with Suiliietily from the living n shock. a wild, ring apartment there Ing feminine shriek. Then there was light foot a metallic Jangling, hurrli-stew, followed by heavier one, and thru a girt' frantic form tilled the doorway. She bore In her hiilid n tmy tlllei! to the brim with diamonds and other two men, lowbrowed and desperate looking, the threshold. One of them held a lie leveled It lit the girl. In a Hash Talbot sprang before tier There was a ipitek explosion, a ting ling seuatlou ut III breast, and be sank hack. He rmd sheltered the Hieing girl from death, bad received the bullet Intended' for her. It wus hour afterward when Tal hot ociied Id eyt x to Hud himself reclining on a couch, Hie girl whose life be bad suved seated beside him. Near at baud wn the old pawnbroker. "Vou will not die, blessed be the prophet'" be swke solemnly. urilng and approaihlng the revived patient. "Father I father!" cried the. girl, coming tloe to the couch, "tell lilm! tell lilm I Twice in a day he saved my life. lo you not remember me J'' It llryie Talbot nodded weakly. wit the girl Le bad rescued at the lli-t- table sible for skill, money and lifelong knowledge of line tobaccos to make a cigarette. Nothing is too good for Camels. And bear this in mind! Everything is done to make Camels the best cigarette it's possible to buy. Nothing is done simply for show. Take the Camel package for instance. It's the most perfect packing science can devise to protect cigarettes and keep them fresh. Heavy paper secure foil wrapping revenue stamp to seal t. But the fold and make the package flashy about it. You'll find no there's nothing extra wrappers. No frills or furbelows. air-tigh- :i gem. The next crsitl Such things do not improve the smoke any more than premiums or coupons. And remember you must pay their extra cost or get lowered quality. If you want the smoothest, mellowest, mildest cigarette you can imagineand one entirely, free from cigaretty aftertaste, It's Camels for you. W 0. RIGNEY W. B. D1CKERS0N W. O. RIGNEV Office Phone 18. & CO. Funml Oirectors and Embalmirs Residence Phone 33. Lancaster, Kentucky. "Hut for you," spoke the old man, "my daughter would have been killed, my Jewels gone. She discovered the You burglar" ut my private sufe. sprang before her. The surgeon ujst up tind ubout In a you will but it wn a cluse grate. Meantime, have Informed the Isaac family that their mortgage will be paid by me see!" As to the contract And old Jacob Meyer drew from his IKuket the death document, lifted it to the llainliig gus Jet aud wutvbed It rniinbl to aait. street crilug. I' 1 Camel urn m. ). IYWOU)S TOeACCO COMPANY. Wittoa-SaUasH.lC.- Th Central Record, Lancastar Ky. Thursday, July 21, lay. and Cresna Dairy Faatf, Here Mm. Harrison Dean spent Monday with her brother, Mr. Ike Duncan nt Mule Fa), Barley M.sl, Wheal. Mid Hudson A Famau. dllng. Coy. Mh. A. F. Cnldwe I nnd children Is singing at this) place every There Saturday evening at StfO with Mr. and Mrs. Jennie lingers nnd chldren were guests of Mr. ind Mrs. Tom F. W, Montgomery r leader. Little Misses Edna Mac, Hazel and Todd Sunday Several from here nttcndd the Louise Vonderpool of Lexington, are guests of Mis Blanch- - Montgomery. funeral of John Gabhtrd at llerea, His body arrived from Sumlay. Bale Tie, for France Sututday. Hudson A FarnaM. 1 92 1 . MT. HEBRON Misses Lillian and InU Hutchlns Sun A Significant Sale. Official List Of Candidates The announcement or Ueary ami The following Is a 1st of candidate who have filed Nom'nation paper Buckley of one of the biggest lobar with the County Court Clerk, for the Primary Election, Aug. .6, H'JI and co deals of the year through the sal there being only one enndldnte for each office Certificates of Nomination RATES i to the Vennble Tobacco Company will be issued by the County Court Clerk. 457.810 pounds of common smoking Single insertions 1c m word REPUBLICAN DEMOCRAT tobacco nt twelve and For Restresesitatlee No ad taken for lets than 20c cents a pound, which hrd been bought U. D. McMurtry Robert Hugh Tomlinson, Jr. in thit column. No ad in thii during the marketing season at an Circuit Court Clerk column charged. average of approximately three an II. W. Raney J. B. Woods, Jr. a quarter cents, gives n very interest Seven Insertions for th County Judge Ing Indication concerning the tobac (1. M Treadway price of five. J. C. Williams co situation The first thing that thi County Attorney Phone order muit be paid sale of tob.'.cco at a l:'gher price in Thomas J, Underwood Green Clny promptly. Mrs. W. I.. Grow and daughter, Mer- licate.s Is that tobacco men are seeing Bits County Court Clerk Lucy are spending a few days with the prospect for n bad crop this year. Cron'ey Broadus Fannie Dowden her mother. Mm. llottle Roger in VaIt signifies that the tobacco this year County Sheriff housekeep-Ing- , Danville. FOR RENT: For light which is produced In a normal condl James Robinson Dave C. SandtrJ rious Shops. Miss Alice Jone.-- wh very success 'hree second floor room, with tion will bring belter prices, becnus County Taa Commissioner fully taught a mmic class here, left lights, water nnd hath. of the short acreage, hot weather an A. T Scott W. A. Doty (How mtny do you recognize?) Mr. J. H. Ijwmii, Hill Court. Sunday to bo with Mr Joseph Dun difficulties faced in production of th Jailer From the Hardware Store "Hitch leaf. ran near Hrynntiville. E. II Chandler David Ross your wagon to n star." Mrs. A. 11. Clark nnd children re It cannot be taken a any Indira Coroner I. eft last Saturday in a car In LanFrom the Hrewery "Drink to me tlon, however, that In Madison Sun there will be Sim II. Anirm book turned to her home caster n blue? leather pocket day, nfter a week's visit with her only with thine eyes." year to follow upon th Justice of the Teaco contn'ning card with address) of a From the Bakery "Cast thy bread heel of the lean season of U20.1t21 Magisterial District No. I trave'ing ticket ngenl of Paris, Ky. mother, Mrs. F.liiabeth Onstott. upon the waters." generally spoaking. Those farmer Mr. and Mrs. Dillar Drumficld en.(Tice. J. II. Clark I'lease return to thin From the Poultry House "Chick-en- s who produce this year normal crops tertained a few relatives at a fish Magisterial District No. 2 pd.) will come home to roost." in spite of the hardship will be able, Noah Mnrsee, Jr. supper Saturday evri ing. Those R. L. Barker From the Drug Store "An ounce very probably, on Beautiful Colonial present were Mr. and Mrs. Crate Tur-pinccount of the FOR SALE Magisterial District No. 3 of prevention Is worth n pound of unsat'sfnetory condition of much o of land, Residence and 112 acre of Nicholasvllle, Mr. and Mrs. Hnrriron Ray the leaf, to sell for much better price known as the Curt Robinson home, A. S Dean, Mr. nnd Mm. Irvin Dean. cure." Magisterial District No. 4. From the Shoe Shop "If the shoe than last year. Ilu the lower D. M. Carter five miles from Lancaster on LexingMrs. Peachle Grow returned home fit wear it." grades again must bear the look of ton pike. Will sell at a bargain, or Sunday from a five weeks visit with J. II. Bourns-- Clerk From the Music Store "Music scorn from the buyer. trade for a farm off pike. Alo have her lister, Mrs. Jno. Roberts and oth By Cronley Broadus, D. C. hnth charms to sooth the savnee However, the fact remnms, and It 45 acres of land, with Rood house er relatives in Jctsaminc. She was seems so clear that it nrdly need to mile off Lexington nccompanied home by Mr. nnd Mrs, and barn, one-haHi. Imlli.r L'rnni ! firm be reiterated, that the grower of to pike that is a bargain for quick sale. Jno. Roberts nnd Mr. -- ml Mrs, M S. r,ce Hogwallow, Ky. G. C. Walker, (tf) Collier, who spent S iturday night' who stands rside than he who in pro- bacco never will receive n fair price, on rides." Hick report. that he saw Cricket that he never will obtain the just pro I Mowers, I72.G0; Hay Stackers, ami Sunil.iv. From the Grocery "As ye mete, tlU from his work, until he is able, n man wnlklng tinckwcnls at lick- - HATFIELD o Mr. nnd Mrs. Landr.im Bunlett shall it be measured unto you through 100.00; Iron Hay Rakes. 140.00; 2 i.nd combined ville Saturday afternoon' and upon DENTIST Horss wagon, $125.00; Duggy, f 120; trrtnined Friday to dinner in honor, again" effort, to control nt least the selling inquiry found that the man had lit Office) evar Taa Carrara! Baaa. of her guests Mr. I. L Duncan nndj From the Art Shop "Art Is long,,.. Freezers, $5.00; wire fence, 7BcU.; a rirar on the wrong end and had to f k"1 ,.lrt,. lil.lir.il Pftaaaa Offic S. Ratistaaca 37t. Many things at ' daughter, M:s Edith and Miss Coates time is fleeting llnrlt wire, to.'. .No grower should who sees a good w.ilk that wuy to makv it draw. LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. "Gently crop in prospect for himself while From the Undertaker cost. Electric Irons $0.00. Still of Kokomo, Ind., Mr. Jns. Johnson, A grasshopper was een setting on trimming prices and not customers, of Lexington, Mr. and Mrs. SanuDun-can- . his nrms were folded, ns immortal olhor, h;lve ,ow Braip ,,,af Rriwn(ff Si llocker's shoulder Sunday. Must of Ilurgin, Mr. II. A. Duncan, J. R. MOUNT & CO. should permit himself to be fooled have thought Sid was wearing h.s "".V Ul. . of Hrynntsville, Mrs. Ernest Montrrom me lime, iimo minkim? mm nrromnimt mr,. green necktie. Idle? gomery nnd children and Mr. Chas. Time, the MALE HELP WANTED: holds h' in the tobacco industry can ever come Big business is ready for you. Sell Duncan and family of this place. ,...... nerce career. A nice shower 1 1 ra'n visited th thr..n..l. 137 products direct to farmers on From the Carpenter Shop "Build Cher's difficulties, irinity Tuesday, and settled the dust Messrs. W. It Montgomery, of' credit. If you own team or auto, are OptMtttrist thee more stately mansions. (). myi ,, 10 on)y on the mail carrier's back. Th Saliro ,,, under 50, can give bond, we start Imrnter, Spencer Sictt. of Cincint,on 'rt attracting c'ious thought. KENTUCKY. you. Twenty million use our pro nati. Ernest Montgom.ry. and Edd The fellow who ran the iery DANVILLE, the Millinery Shop-"Ja- unt-j ,,, th). ,,n,.m!l of tm. Grow, spent last week at Lock 8, Good territory open. Write OtPMaite Gilchcr Hotel. duct. stntile at Tirkville for several yrars ily her plumes flirted with the Xhr fnct that thl. coml . .a mny J. R. Watkins Co., Dept. 114, camping nnd fishing They enter- - breezes." ,... iui ,i, .. . ur nilivil has cut otf his ong mustache and done OflTica Hoar a to 12 aad I to S p.m. .i ......... v Winona, Minn. talni'il nt n fish frv Thurs.lnv' From the Tailor Sho' "A "ilch reach the normal standard only gives wuy with his light dames J. 11. Dean. Ernest Montgom- -' It's your last life chance." He now at and big watch chun. ery nnd Ed Grow. Misies Edna Mae.i ,n .!inu' sav" ninc " to it a better chance for Initial wears a greasy cap as he runs n gar tTnm , Thrice "ntery and the situation such nt pres age. Never scorn a woman, fellow. Hazel and Louie Vanderpool. FeldaL " " was asnioneu. ent that marketing and Their claws are sharper than your. Grow. Blanche MorVon.erv the Paint Shop "Ah. good should morp I'.nllv l t nrv Washington Hock's pome has been am. u-- .J .in tn ) flu- - brightened FUNERAL DIRECTOR by the arrival of a new ..tmly wa. 0ut." - l.engton Herald. gomery. An enjoyalle day was painter, tell me true. Offlr Over National Hank. rrom the Bird Shop "The canary phonograph, which came yesterday spent and much pra'se I being won't sing any more." hut "Listen n meeting Wash says one beauty i.bout a phonoIn a short speech ;Uf.idncr fhonr 3. Office I'hone 27 the MftkeS Mr. Scott, who did the cook to tne morKing bird. raph is that it don't have to prac of tobacco men in Ciithiana Satur ing. I I.ANCASTEIVKY. Auto. tice n lot before It begins to sing ami day, Mr. A. B. Harney, illustrating Professor Einstein, returning from n point, told of a visil of a lumber WALLACETON this countrv to his native lan.l. ronl motor .No. u.000,000 was play. ' man from the South seme time ago, Atlas feck was in Hounding Bil pressed himself ns Intensely amused turned out the other day at the High They were discussing the "Eternal Mrs. A. J. Kldd is visiting In Ows- at the vocifrous reception accorded land Park factory of tl.e Ford Motor low with his wife yeVerday but ev QuesMon" tobacco when the lunv ley thi week. him in the United States. No doubt Company. It will probably ntay in ery time he turned to look at n girl bermen said: of his wife would tell him to come on The infant child of Mr. and Mrs. the clown In a circus experiences Detroit as part of the museum "Why are you fellows (till wrong' W. S. Johnson I very 111. Da a Henry Ford. much the same feeling. and not let the children get run over. Call Aaasvarast Prasaatl ling over tobacco are you never goThere it will be alongside the origi Phs 317. School began here Monday with NiiM. Sidney Hocks is having a hard time fng to quit? When I tvas here years nal Ford car that popped and sput- trying to s'.ay in society. He dress- LANCASTER, KENTUCKY ago you were at it, rd now I find Mr. Bcroice Kindred rs teacher. tered, uncertainly through the streets ed up Rev. Young filled hn appointment from head to fort nnd was aimyou still at it." of Detroit hack in the t0'a and sever- ing to look nicer than nybody i The sun must love us dearly, oth at the "We arc not going to quit until it at the M. E. church Sunday after al of the early models party Saturday night, and then hla erwise it would not waste its rays O., is nettled right," returned Mr. Har- noon. Where numbers 1,000,000, J.OOO.-00- mule had to go and throw him. upon u with such prodigality. Mr. and Mr. Wm. Gulnn spent the ney. "By the way, what are you 3.000,000 and 1,000,000 are now day Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. M. G. doing up this way?" Frisby Hancock has swapped his in not n certainity, for they went out "I'm on a vacation." said the lum- Hutchln. Into the world like any other Ford. calf for a watch and chain, which he Schoola berman. "You see, t'e demand for Mrs. George Lakes, of Berea, i will wear to referee the sermon. Every free born citizen of the lumber has fallen off, we have a large visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gaina 1,939 the presiUnited was absorbed $3.15 L. atock on hand, and we have closed John Wilder $3.15 dency, States may aspireusto the job Is in While Slim aFlinders medicine show The schoolastic population of Ken witnessing patent but to most of down all mills until the surpus is Mist Dora Gentry, if Paint Lick, not worth the trouble of going after nt Rye Straw Saturday some un- tucky gained !,'J3U the last year, sold." spent the day with Misi Emma Wal 31, 1921 .t. known pickpocket rnnr'trked his pock- largely estimated on a three year bas"Is that so?" said Mr. Harney. lace Sunday. The total nunbe of school chil overlook-f- d is. "Why don': you fellows do like we Nowadays when a fellow begins to ets, but in their hnste they Misses Attie Henry and Ada his watch charm that hung on tho dren in the tnSte is lUS.Iliri, of whom Special tram wilh leave Lan tobacco min do rush the lumber to Sparks of the "best sellers" the thirsty 412,'J'JO nr In the rural common were the pleasant guests of market and take whattver is offered Miss Lucy caster 5:29 A. M., returning immediately forget everything else outside in plain vew. schools, 1 10,1140 In city schools and Kldd Sunday. for It?" will leave Fourth St- - Station, 'and begin to mill around in a desper Slim Pickens attended an enter I4.22H In independent rural craded There was no prcach'ng at the Bap "Hell!" exclaimed the lumber man; tainment made up of fine lady wing- schools. Cincinnati !30 P. M SlidMl.ate effort to locate, thi entrance. I tist church Sunday, the pastor being "if we did that we'd go broke." ing at Hounding llillows Thursday Time, (7:30 P. M. City Time.) TV. Pnn-.r-t- nr. "Hell!" exclaimed Mr. Harney, in u revival meeting at Freedom. night. The other five in the audiMisses Evelyn nnd Vola Gulnn and "we're already broki)'" Cynthiana rur lunncr imormauon con Sealed bids will be received by the ence clapped their ham's and stamped Yea, Edna Sparki spen the day with ult Local Ticket Agent. Democrat. The Falmouth Outlook tell why all State Highway Commisnion, nt the their feet and Slim did too. the news can't be printed: office of the State Highway EngiThe Hlind Mar., who playa the "Suppose an editor hould Just for neer, Old Capitol llulldlng, Frank- hand organ on the hank corner at once relieve his mind by printing all fort, Kentucky, until i!;0U I'. M. on Tirkville, is sick this week, and has the news he happened know at 1921, nil the 28th. day of July,Lancaster-Richmon-for the engaged Salem Harlow, our enter- that minute. Options towould be improvement of the prising banjo picker, to play In hi thrown up, citizens arrested, families Itond, beginning at the city limplace Salem get half he takes in. disrupted, fight's fought on every and extending to its of Lancaster Fletcher llenstep sas you can tell street corner, cnndldntts, resigning, plus 00, n distance of Station approximately 5 miles, in (lAltltAltD the age of a cow by tie wrinkles on minister leaving fur Mutant parts, her horn, but that you can't tell the lawyers taking long vacations, busiCounty. This roail Is officially known as ngc of a woman by the tucks in her ness men turning things over to their clerks for n season, hired girl huntState I'roject No. i!5, Section F.. on skirt. ing new jobs, and so on down it long the l'rimnry System in lAltl!AI!l It may be true that all men are list of casualties. And then, too. tho .. .. i County. horn equal but not nil men nre rock- - editor would be to milled up that getting ready for the BIG FAIR the Fair where Everybody Thi improvement will consist of ed in the cradle of opportunity from 'his corpse couldn't be Identified by applying bituminous surface treatup ahop, store everybody hai a good time. Don't misi this birth Ins own family," ment and covering with stone chip or crushed gravel in accordance with and office and take a few daya reat and recreation and attend thia approved specilirutions. homecoming. You will never regret it in fact you will feel better Instruction to bidders, forms of proposal and specifications may be by having attended. secured nt the office of the State Capitol Old Engineer, Highway Twenty acrea of good level grounda having been enlarged thla year. llulldlng, Frankfort, Kentucky, Each bidder must accompany his bid with n bond or certified check Races Skade Music a of $250.00, paynbtc to the State Showa Water Treasurer, credit of the Department of State Hoads & Hlghwuy. Good Exhibits all Departmenta. In fact Good The right Is reserved to rJect uny and all bids. Krause Greater Shows of Philadeldhia, Pa. with their own Train of Fifteen cars will ApprosimaU Quantities. have charge of the Midway, and they come highly recommended, nothing but strictly clean 14,000 Cul. Medium Oil or Tnr. ROUND TRIP FROM 370 Tons Stone chip or pea gravel ad moral shows, so be on hand each day. Your frUnds will be there. ' FARE DANVILLE 41,005 Sq. yd. Cleaning Surface. hkxvmm warn ak COMMISSION STATE HIGHWAY W. E. Gravity, W R. N. rill Train Lum. rv.ulll- - a jm a u By Jot S. Bon. Ratumlng Spaatol Train LaavaaCiisciausati p.m. (i Stat Highway Engineer. 4 3t. one-fourt- h !. Of Litertry chandise From W-'ll- er Jt high-price- d 1 n, , .., lf 1 ' en-Js- 4fe Exclitlvi. - I men-mrker, r. J.J.Byrne tomb-buildt- i !. .,,.! broad-brimmc- j suc-'n!ce- s 1 -- The "Eternal Question" t...., J. A. Beozlev Ford Plant Its 5,000,000th Or. Printus Wariktr VCTaiMftlAN. - EXCURSION CINCINNATI, and return via 0, Of State AN. Sunday, July spk Wt;a Verily Brother. BRODHEflD FAIR li yearclose d 'fit AUGUST 17th, 18th, 19th POPULSa EXCURSION Cood r. Cood VlOOQstock Ivcrytnug. J CINCINNATI $2.35 la SUNDAY, JULY 24th, 1921 SQUaWll Prist. Stcty.