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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): July 28, 1921 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1921 cen1921072801_sn86069201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): July 28, 1921 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1921 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. THE CENTRAL RECORD. TMIHTTISHCOKD VB LANCASTER. KY.. THURSDAY AFTERNOON. JULY 28, 1921 . NUHIIK 17. was held last Friday on Twelve Candidates Out For Team of of Dix Hiver, near the iron bridge, At n meeting of the Hoard Atlantic City. N. The new that Mr. W. T. West of e on the Danville pike. The happy oc Which Plans To Enter Student war message wa Director of the Chamber of W .'.son's famous this city may be, and in nil problust Friday night, chnirmen of casion brought out nbout live hun James E. Stone, of Leainfton Ei- not dictated, as ha .been generally bility will be unpointed to head the Judflnf Contest at National or- - dred voter from that section of the tn hi office a n part of the different department of the accepted, enforcement of prohibition in the tains Plan In Detail. Swine Show. named and are ns tounty and a more enthusiastic bunch the day's routine, without any special r.'initation were Western district of the state, come could have hardly been gotten unfollow: lltTiculty, but a written under Several strong anil stirring s a source of jrrcat satisfaction to LOGAN WEST TO TRY FOR MANY PLEDGE THEIR CROPS. (At Department of Organization usual circumstance after !ayi ami from both his linraster friend Affairs, ('. M. Thompson Chairman; ipeeche were made befcre the din EVENT. night of hard thinking. political parties. At a meeting of the tobacco grow Chair ner was announced. Membership. W. It. Hattln, WilThi wni disclosed toilay by Mr. Wet I nn uncle of Millard r. pound beef, three A seven hundred of Com- man; Finances, V O. Goodloe, Chair- a er of Garrard county, held at the Plan are being made to enter liam C BeiMeld, Secretary West, deputy Internal Revenue Col- Circuit Court room, in this city, It. I F.lkin. Chair- - heep, two hundred loaves of bread student's Judging team from the Col merce In the Wilson cabinet. n he .nan; Publicity, K. Stone, of Lexington, hundred of other accessories ector at Washington and a former lege ind Agricu'ture In the Intercol- - Mr. James at the Ambassa-do- r man. of chatted with friends Lancaster boy. W. T. West is one resented the Sapiro plan of (II) Department of Public Affair. needed to make a perfect "burgoo" hotel. most prominent and influential legate wine Judging contest which marketing and afer a thorough Chairman; wel was served and devoured eagerly by of the with the ative 'The President had thought and C. It. Swinebroad. throng. It was indeed a republican in Central Kentucky and will be held in connection and complete presentation and the hU war fare. Mr. It. K McUobcrt. Chair the hungry show at Peoria, III.. worried day and nights over happy unil Joyous occasion and one for a number of year was postmas- - national swine time having arrived for the selection message, but It seemed the word for man: Agricultural, A. 1. Siamlcr. that should be repeated often, as a er of this city. He is now located October 3, according to an announce- of a chairman for this county, on F.. Stormes, would not come," Chairman; Highways, J. by L. J. Hor- today which he earned tendency to hind even closer togeth- at Silver Creek as a guard at the ment made here motion made .seconded ind carried, Chairman, said Mr. Rdlitld. "One evening he Warwick distillery, and is now in line lacher, a member of the college ani- Lewis L. Walker was unanimously Business Af er an already united democracy In (Ct Department of discouraged, about 12 mal husbandry staff who Is coaching retired, quite or this well deserved promotion. authority to perfect fair. W. A. Purnau, Chilrman; In- - Garrard county. the elected with full o'clock. Two hours later he An Associated Press dispatch from the team candidates. Should the county organization and said or durtrial, S. !. Hnselden, Chairman, ouisvillc Saturday night stated that plan materialize this will be the first ganization to be composed as follows: awakened by the force of his inspire-UoJohn M. rarra. ear that Kentucky has been repre In addition to the chairman; An Execircle At lait he realized he had Transportation. was rumored in federal Joe J. Walker. Jr., within hl grasp the thought that ''hairman; Retail. there that Itobert Hlackburn. of Lex- - sented In swine show contest, rive cutive Committee of not less than Abuses, Dr. J. K. Kd- - C. had been eluding him. He twitched 'halmian: ngton, would be appointed as gruup other colleges have largely signified (5) five, a Chairman for each of the side of hi wants, Chairman on the light, at on the head of the Central district. Humor their intentions of entering team, four magisterial districts, a Chairman A meeting of the full directory to bed and Jotted down stemvraphlcally current there were to the effect that Mr. Horlacher taid. for each of the seventeen precincts thought. When gether with the chairman of the dif The team of five students and one W. I.yttle, of Manchester, will be the iwiftly coming and a Secretary. The Chairman for way ferent heads is called for this. he had hi menage well under named group head of the Eastern dis alternate which will represent the each precinct is to appoint three ashi bath robe and took hi 'Thursday) evening, in the director the contest will be picked sistants. John M. Farra was asked trict and that W. T. West, of lain State in he put on Hank. We wish to call the attention of caster, probably will be the appointee from the group of 12 candidate who pencil and paper tii the back porch. oom of the Citizen National by the Chairman to act as temporary n It is earnestly urged that every memiur reader to the advertisement in n group head of the Western dis- are trying out for the team to reprc "About an hour later Mrs Secretary until the complete organby the tiitht which ber a well as others that might be this Issue of the Cedar Hrook Jersey trict. was awakened sent Kentucky in the students' stock ization was made. The Chairman interested, be on hand at this meet- - vnnn, owned by C. P. Currens, tin. President had forgotten to turn Director Collins would not deny or Judging contest at the International called for those who would assist in Ky., in which he is advertis- confirm these rumors, saying that hi Livestock Kxposition in Chicago, off. She looked for him ami finally UK of his recommendations for agents has not November 26th. Those who are can securing signers to the marketing ing the iule of thirty-livdiscovered him on the porch. She contracts to come forward and give huice Jerseys at public auction on been completed, and that no recom- didates for the two team include their names and the following agreed Inquired sollcitouily about him, but Tuesday, August 9th, 1021 he was all riht, he assured her mendations have been continued by Frank J. Wedekcmpcr, Louisville; to assist in this work: Wreck-MondaMr. Currens has without doubt one Commissioner Haynes. though a little hungry Tlat wa Italph O. Wilson, Kobinson, III.; LANCASTER, it. L. Elkin, Noah herds in Central Ken i f the best .nmioh fnr Mrs. Wlton She went Courtland U Short, Owensboro; Marsee, Ben Robinson, J. B. Woods, tucky and will on this day sell them disturbing a maid Owcnsboro; Clyde Sr., Jim Hamilton, Henry A. Moore, Philip Kdwards, to the kitchen, not at the bidders price. It a great Watts, llarrodsburg; Scroggan Jones, C. C. Sowder and T. C. Rankin. and delved Into the refrigerator. She An automobile owned and driven opportunity for any one who is in lluechel; Itobert H. Arnold, Morgan; took out some milk and c.irned It to BRYANTSVILLE, Jas. Leavell, William G. Finn. Burlington: J. W David Rankin. the President with a box of crackers, bv Lee Crow, accompanied by Jim need of u real Jersey typ combined llanl- - .villi production to attend this salt n.l Albert Dorton. Llavton was grateful for her attention. Van Cleve. Cave City; Log Chandler, and he BUCKEYE. Sherman Gay. "So thi wonderful message, whose wick and KllJah Stinnett, was oxer Meside a number of his best cow an West, Paint Lick; Paul Gregory, PAINT LICK. Tandy Center. Wm. strength, inspiration and beauty will tiirm-i- l on the Richmond pike last ami heifer he will sell hi herd bull Howell, Marshbanks, W. C. Frankfort; and William Winn. Woods long as the world Monday afternoon. Just a few hun Leila's Golden Fern Sultan, one of Grcensburg. keep it alive a are Walker. I. B. Sheppard, A. L. Davis, The candidate animals in th of the Hyattsvillc the choicest bred endures, was written In the wee small drcd yards G. M. Green, Clarence Green, Robert Between 1010 and 1920, Kentucky- - Junior and .senior in the college, In preparation for the two Judging L. Creech, John Metcalf, D. L. Gab-barhours with the moon shining, the only ktatlon. resulting In the serious in ountry today. dropped from one of the principal He Is sending to anyone who will occupants, while light, while It author in a bath robe jury of four of the to an insignificant rank in that contests the students will spend sev R. G. Woods, II. L. Francis, C. write, onei of his handsome cat a States At nn his hack, norch tipping milk i.ne, Clayton Hardwick, escaped with respect, compartaive figures an-- i eral day at the Kentucky State Fair, A. Diilion, Chas. Graves and Jesse logues. giving full description and iut a scratch. and munching cracker." ounced this week by the Census September 12 to 17, where they will Reynolds. The most serious of those injured breeding of the entire offerings at Bureau show. practice judging beef cattle, sheep The Chairman presented contracts is Stinnett, who sustained a badly hi tint public annual sale. In 1110 Kentucky was the fifth and hogs. They will also take trip for signature and the following came a com broken left arm. receiving largest apple producing State, with to prominent stock farms in the forward and signed the contract: pound fracture below the elbow. C. A. Dillon, C acres, 3000 lbs; C. 7,368,499 bushels, State for the same purpose in add! i production of Grow was cut severely about the face Robert Lunsford, charged with kill while in 1920 It had dropped to twenty-s- tion to practicing judging on the W. Graves 9 acres, 5000 lbs; Woods and head, as also were James and nig Jasper Hrown about two week ixth one-haplace, with a production of stock at the college farm. of 45 acres, 19,750 lbs.; G. Albert Dorton. Medical help was mo near Itryuntsville, had hi ex 1 ,280,540 bushel. The number of In the swine show contest the M. Green, 5 acres, 4,000 lbs; H. S. injur aminlng trial before Judge Stapp last llspatched to the scene and the apple tree of bearing age in Ken students will compete for $450 in Gay, 8 acn-s-, 4,000 lbs.; C. C. Sow-dcr- s, Tomorrow, (Friday), the base ball ed carried to town and near by Friday and wa allowed bail in the tucky in 1920 was 3,842,030, as com team prizes and 9150 in individual 3 acres 2,000 lbs.; V. A. Lear, and Garrard coun of Lancaster were where the wound gave. No pared with 0,538,20? in 1910, and the prizes. The winning team will re 15 acres, 15,000 lbs; Wm. Marsh-bankty will be treatel to one of the very dressed and first aid given. It was ium of 13.500. which he by the de number of tree not of bearing age ceive $125. The second team prize one-ha30 acres, 30,000 lbs; beat ball game of the season when a narrow escape for the entire part' testimony was introduced fense, which asked for ball on the was 1,427,408 in 1920 as compared will be $100, third $80, fourth $50 Tandy Center one half 10 acres, 0 men on the Mgr. Carpenter troU his and sixth $35. Individual prizes will evidence of the 'ommonwealth. lbs.; L. W. McQuerry. 7 acres. with 2.106,297 in 1910. iil.mnn.l to met the strong team Kentucky was the sixth largest range from $50 for the highest scor "5,000 lbs.; R. W. McQuerry, 5 acres, from Lexington peach producing State in 1910 with ing Individual to $25 for the fourth 2,000 lbs.; Irvin Faulkner, 4 acres, Mr. Coy S. Sanders is now located Jim Parks, the atar pitcher, will be 17,501 lbs.; Bill Eady Faulkner. 6 a production of 1,623,397 bushels highest scoring man. Lexington on the mound for the Iteo a and they iust off the miuare on The regular meeting of the Heidal dropped to twen acres, 3,000 lbs.; Grover Gastineau. clean street, In the room recently vacated are eager to keep their record No 35, American Leg while in 1920 it had Sanford Post 8 acres, 3,000 lbs. place with a production of as they haven't met defeat this sea by the City restaurant and will be ion will hold their regular meeting From the interest that was maniCarpenter's all star pleased to .serve his old and many at the I. O. O. F. Hall over Currey's 459.681 bushels. Between 1910 and uon, however. Heffner-Wilso- n Hillie Bane of the Att Just as determined to defeat the new customers. (live him a call and and Gulley's grocery the tlrst TUKS 1920 the number of peach trees of Stock Company says they are playing fested at this meeting, there isn't the remotest doubt but what the farmers bearing age in Kentucky declined ead some bargains he is offering In DAY NIGHT in AUGUST. t itltori. to good crowds in Stanford this week, and growers of Garrard county are Thi. stores, a large per cent of tire and tubes In thi issue. regular meeting of thi from 2,205,402 to 1,671,044 and the Thi Is the (Friday night) they are heartily in sympathy with not of bearing1 age the Sapiro them close on Friday afternoon to at Post as we will name delegate to the number of trees declined from 1,110,744 to 690,483. to play "Temptest and Sunshine" and plan of marketing their tobacco, and employe to go to the game, low their State Convention in Lexington and many from here will go over. when speaker Stone asked for an exhave been made thi as Manv from thi county are at- - other matter of importance. It i re pression from the audience by asking well to be an afternoon nromlwi men meet llarrodsburg fair which quested that all lemlinif the those who favored the plan to stand, spent. Kngle has Just opened Tuesday night, Aug. 2nd., Mr. C. K. going on there thi week, begin with us, Let's all go out and root for the is An examination for the position of it seemed practically unanimous as hi new store in the Central Kecord ning lat Tuesday morning and con- nt 8 P. M. "OLD HOME TP.AM." building and can offer hi patrons a auxiliary clerk, to till a vacancy in fully 90 per cent of the audience of Some tinuing through Friday. to their feet and heartily cheerCame called promptly by visiting choice line of new and attractive the Lancaster Postoffice, caused by arose the largest premiums ever offered by SHAUP. umpire at 3:30 goods at price that will make' you the resignation of Mrs. Dolly Brown ed the speaker. Mr. Stone's explanaIs being offered thi this association, marketing buy. Give him a call and read hi will be held in this city, Saturday- - tion of the vear and the entries ato filled a Home-Mad- e August 20th., by Homer L. Bland plan, was highly complimented, and advertisement in this issue. Smittle' famous band never before. Judge l - Walker, chairman of who is temporary secretary of the thawed clearly that he had the subIs furnishing the music. the Garrard county Hurley Tobacco meal board. The salary is CO cents ject well in hand and was able to imCrnurrs Association, has called a nn hour and calls for only fou part his knowledge in a simple and meeting of all the farmers and tobac The Chamber of Commerce i now Hours work a day. Snravimr cow with a simple, home convincing way to his hearers. Lewi Simpson. who live on the co grower of Garrard county to meet in full swing and those pledges for He told of the slump In the open-.n- g made fly repcllant is beinir used suc cessfully by many Kentucky iiairy-me- ii Huckeye road, i the owner of two in the court house next Saturday af nuc are now ready to bo paid and sales of the North Carolina Halcomb-Broadu- s. V. O. Goodloe, treasurer of the or to protect their animal from ewe that are wonder, when one ternoon. July 30th.. at 2:30. Th markets and read from the object of the meeting is to complete ganization, will gladly give you a ntt.Ls nf thee pest during the sum think of the word prolific. Mis Mary Belle Halcomb, attrac News and Observer, of Raliegh, N. C, mer, according to J. J. Hooper, head Last February these two ewe gave the organization and select com receipt for same by calling and pay- tive and talented daughter of Mr, a daily of that city, owned and pubof the dairy department of the Col birth to two lambs each and these mltteemen from the various pre ing same at the store of Goodloe and and Mr. B. II. Halcomb, of Bryant lished by Joschpits Daniels, Walker Brothers. of the United States Navy, under ville and Mr. Lewi Broadus, son of !.. of Agriculture. Such a treat Inmb were old the last week In cinct in the county. ment not only gives relief to cow June for $10. a piece. On July 15th, Mr. and Mr. W. J. Broadus, were date of July 20th., 1921, in which it siD-- L but also prevent the switching oi these same ewe gave birth to two DUD WLU I intra united in marriago last Friday after said: "Leaf tobacco prices on markets tail which causes a Urge amount of .lore lambs each and all nre doing noon at Wilmore, Ky., Uev. G. While camping with a party of his bacterial contamination to enter the nicely, Right lambs from two ewe place officiating. in Southeastern N. C, South Carolina Daniels, 16 Conant. of that young friends, Loraine remcily in live month Is a record to shoot at. ...lit nail. A home-mad- e The marriage of this popular and Georgia, were more than fifty Five thousand dollar will be spent yean old and son of Mrs. Emma which ha been used successfully on in per cent under the average of the by the State Game and Fish Commis accidently couple was the most notable event Daniels, of this county, l the college farm and one which sion to purchase Mexican Hob White shot himself in the left arm last Fri- the social whirl of this community opening day last year, according to being adopted by many dairymen in quail for distribution in this State. day, with a shot gun while attempt- and is the culmination of a long and reports of the initial sales of the congenial courtship. No more tal 1921 season yesterday from tobacco the State l composed of two gallon The nuail will be bought for spring ing to kill a squirrel near Dudderar's of crude petroleum, uch a I Useti ented or popular young lady over tuwns in the three states. Prices i with a source of deep regret delivery. It Mill in Lincoln county. Bryantsville. Shu has been ranging from five to twelve dollar for spraying hoc for lice, one gat that we announce that Dr. J. S. Gil- Dr. It. S. Tuttle. Executive Agent thought for a while that he lived in It was Inn crude carbolic acid and one gal bert, who ha lived amons us for the of the Game and Fish Commission. the Record's correspondent from that per hundred, whereas, last year the would lose hi arm, but report from ingredient her aerage was from $20 to $25 and Ion of fUh oil. The nait llfteen year. I toEcther with is back from Ballard county, where Hospital in Lex- section for several months and be obtained at any drug store hi estimable family to leave. I.ancas. he made arrangement for the estab the Good Samaritan been of unusual interest over. The preceeding jear the to- imme- letters have where he wa taken and can be mixed at home by dairy- - tcr and take up their abode in Haz lishment of a camp next month for ington, were read with pleasure by our tacco sold at an average from $35 diately after the accident, say there and men. numerous patrons in that community. to $45 per hundred pounds. ard, Ky. Thi decision wa reached the purposo of catching fish from the 's hope of saving the arm. Although no reports of sales being Mr. Broadus is a successful and ener last week, when Dr. Gilbert returned ponds covering 1.300 acres of land. The unfortunate accident is getic young farmer and is certainly stopped were received, the prices gen from a trip to tot magic city. The and overflow from the Ohio river. by the host of friends af upon the The fish will be put Into Kentucky Loraine .and atl are trusting that he to be congratulated upon winning the erally were disappointing to business The Danville Chamber of Com- fleld looked to inviting and men. On the basis of the initial of some friend streams. The camp will be establish will come through with good results hand of this charming young lady. merce let the contract thi week for urgent solicitation The best wishes of th Escord' to prices, tobacco grower' apparently illus at Hazard, he decided to make this ed a short distance from Barlow and under the splendid can which he is thousand nrlatin ten gether with a throng of friends, is will not be able to realize an apprecifish will bo caught with seines. The trated booklet to the Dearing Print- - hi future hone. go best with theDuring this year 37,090 fish were now receiving. extended to them as they embark up able profit despite the fact that the out to them a The of the community fnmnanv. of LouUVlll. In. FOR SALE: Perfectly good ice on the matrimonial sea, and trust crop this year has been produced at Das thev leave Lancaster and the desire distribuUd by the Commission from luakUt will b a booster for BUT that their married life may be a Ung, a greatly reduced expense as comwhich Is .in. ni will contain aceaei and of their friend Is, that the move the hatchery, Iut year. an increase of book. USED Apply LITTLE. pared to the year of 1920." happy aad useful en. t this otic. nill prove a wise and profitable oat. 26,089 over city. W. T.JVEST PAINT LICK GREAT INTEREST CHAIRMEN NAMED GREAT BARBECUE May Go To National Shown By Farmers And In Bath Robe, Wrote To Head Department Hundreds Enjoy Feast May Head Prohibition Hog Judging Event Group. On River Bank. Tobacco Growers At Of Chamber Of His War Message October 3rd. An old fashion Democratic barbe- Now Temporarily Located At Silver Meeting Here Last Commerce. On Porch. Creek. the bank WILSON - tue J..-Prc- sldcnt Monday. Com-nerc- wi n. JERSEY SALE P. Cuirens To Sell .Some Hiph Class Cows. Wll-jw- liar-odsbur- FOUR HURT y. e In Auto Last LOSING RANK Kentucky Drops Low In Apple And Peach Production. K d, LANCASTER'S CHANCE A Great Game Of Ball. fns Out On Bond. lf s, lf 10,-00- In New Quarters. Notice, Legionnaires. In Stanford Harrodsburg Fair. st-a- New Store. Examination For Clerk. Repellant Call Meeting Of Tobacco Growers. I- Keeps Flies Off Cows Proline Ewes. Pay Your Dues. " " Sad Accident. For Kentucky. Dr. Gilbert To Leave Lancaster. Boosting Danville 48-pa- write-u- p of tat It The Central Rtcord, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday, July 28, 92 1 1 R. II. Rankin, Mr. Fer gtison initialled n successful system on some of his undraincd land with the result that the plot Is now the most productive one on his farm. Thirty.flvc club member nrc can County Agent trikeJ Cigarette To tobacco flavor. delicious fturley oal In lh It's Toasted 1 tI a iVi Farm And Home News From Over Kentucky Farmer in the l'cnlck section of Mnrion county nrc planning to use lime thi fall to Increase their crop yields, according to County Agent H. J. Chililreii, who reports that more than .100 tons of the material will be used by various farmers in the community. Tile drainage has proved profitable for J. II. Ferguson, a Morgan county farmer, according to n report of didntcs for the Junior livestock judg Ing team which will represent Fayctt county In the contest nt the State Fair, September I, according to County Agent V. It. Gnhbcrt. Pro. spvets nrc bright for a team from the Illuc (Iras, Mr. (Sab bvrt said. Wayne county club members re ccntly were taken on a tour of live stock farms In the county by Coun ty Agrnt It. J. llnyes and ,hown methods' of feeding nnd management farmers, practiced by successful Kight farmers were visited nnd all clnsies of livestock studied. Increased interest is bring shown by farmers In the Samuels and Dcats ville communities of Nelson county In sweet clover, according to County Agent C. I.. Hill, who reports that the acreage of this crop is expected to be increased next year in the county. Farmer in every section of Wayne county are to be enlisted in n co operative movement started by Coun ty Agent II. J. Haye to rid the coun ty of scrub sires. Swine feeding problems nre to re ccive special attention from Hreath itt county farmers during the coming months, according to County Agent I.. F. Morgan, who i arranging n number of demonstrations. Grady Seltards, swine extension specialists from the College of Agriculture, will assist with the work. d m mxaoMmm a for: 9 irrq rrr.""Ti n 1 9 1 l1ilisEZJltPLUMB Shop Phone 69. t'iga&ssi . si HCCARIHY The PLUMBER Gitteriaf , Etc. Lexington St Lancaster, Ky. Cover Crops Will Furnish Fall And Spring Pastures. In spite of the fact that cover crops are not grown primarily for pasture purposes they may be used to good advantage in furnishing green feed for livestock during the late fall and early winter, according to soils and crops specialists. Pasturing the crop when the fields are solid so that' trampling will not materially reduce the value of the covor crop is a safe way to supply the succu'ince of silage without the use of a silo nnd to tupply It to the smaller animals not commonly fed silage, according to R. E. Stephenson, crops extension speciThey say alist from the College of Agriculture. coming down, A rye pasture has been found to rcending some be of great value to pigs, sheep, cal- - to see i with chickens and a cover crop could well be sown for this pur pose alone, hnough pasturing may be done to pay for the cost of the seed and growing the crop, while the value of it from the fertility stand point is clear profit, for the farmer, The cover crop fills another need by furnishing pasture feed during n dry fall. An early rye field is of matcri nl help in such u time as this since it cnabc the farmer to increase the carrying capacity of his farm and nt the same time hold hi animals in better Heidi or higher productiveness. The specialists are urging that far men sow cover crops this fall on nil fields which would otherwise remain idle during the winter. vc, colts and the cost of living is and if 5t keeps on dc day we may be able the aid of a telescope I We Have Good Ones BUILDERS' HARDWARE When building it pays to use hardware of quality only. Cheap hardware cheapens the building and decreases its value. We have a complete line in stock, and prices are down. Our wire is well made and has lasting qualities. All sizes and meshes. You can fence in that piece of ground now at very reasonable cost. Hest of grades from the world's most reliable makers, and priced quite to your advantage. 3 8 l: WIRE FENCING TABLE CUTLERY t :: i J Every housewife should make an inspection. I 1 Never before has there been such a demand for washing machines. Greatest labor savers on earth for women. Prices have tumbled. Get yours now. Get a good one, one that will pay for itself time after time. We carry a general line of farm hardware, tools and light implements. Farmers have no difficulty in satisfying their wants when they come to this store. WASHING MACHINES I if; FOR THE FARM I I Becker BRYANTIVILLI, KENTUCKY kawjagttMygaW & Ballard J hardly conceal. Ilrigadicr-(!cncrnl Asher Miner, of I will give you more than Mark- I'a., who lot a leg in ham can ever glvn you." he ald gaily Wilkes-llarrPay back on o.i good city and then outlined hi plan. Markham j France, was one of the speakers at wat not always home before nightfall, the banquet tendered by the New Let her appoint some day when he York Shipbuilding Corporation on the, would he detained at hla office. It occasion of the trial trip of the new( would then lie the simplest thing for liner, "American Legion." (5ener.il htm to cover the two mllea between Major-Gentheir bouse and meet her after dark Miner was responding to ' when there were no prying ejee to i eral I'rice, of Philadelphia, who told ASSOCIATION. how his compatriot, after losing hi! She must have her possettleo what the could pack Intt a tultcmae I leg had ngreed to go before his men J. E. ROBINSON, Prctldent Wm. S. HOI'FKK, Sec't. 4 Trcs. ready, and he woald take her away, 'for moral effect. "The los of that never to tee Markham again. leg," declared General Miner," is ju-- i "But If ha comes after me" the 'tilled by the privilege of being a ' naked, still half afraid. " I ' " Llndtay had laughed at that, and member of the American Legion." Society Ha Chfjp Rent. Ch.jp Pewtr. hla contempt for Markham termed to A srleritlst ha The lindon Zoological society as.erted that ther i rind an answor In the girl' oul. She , Serv.Ci- bureaus of the American I Krculll, ln ,wn,., ,rkmra, etiouch latent energy In one'a llttli of the Legion have become accustomed tot told him many little detail , finger to run nil the tmltn In th ornr a4 Bcrr, f(,r uhIcl) man; bl tyranny, hla greed. Once. requests, uut me one receiv-- , little more than $1 MX) a year. Tlx I'nlteil Kingdom fur a few tnlnutea whan the had not prepared a dltli ei- - j unusual t actly to hla liking he had tworn at ed recently by the bureau ut Omaha. estimated value of the land commer Now, If oim.tody would Invent n claliy la more than n )cnr. i)tinmn tn enahle a man t har. Hhe had never forgotten that. Neb., is unique. The request came I make ue of thi eiiersy we'd all bt over the telephone from the qossessor Tik, she would go. In clotrr. Romt. And Lindsay, looking hack at hla of sweet feminine voice. "I would! TT trndltliKiul date for the- found wife In her chair, felt not the least like to borrow two of your compunction. For he wa going to men for the evening," said the voice. Ins; of Koine Is 7X1 It. UL Home hat Patltne and lntniblllty. It wot and her complain! effectively and for "They are to be e.cort in a theatre been decr1ted a a I A at aa the capital different il'cintlc at ono time ever. .1 from patlencv. as n pool from party, "ino request was compne.iof the ancu.,,, Wi.rld. Klnco 1S71 n Markham wna not to he home that harhor. Into the one. Indnlencn It Inn been the capital of modem Italy. night. So much he had dlacotered. with. naturally sink Km If we arrtra The American Legion post at Mul- - The city Is distinguished for Itt vast at the other It I hy hy and he had sent Lucille a encoiiriterinc many truited conlldant. Now- - he strode berry, Kan., which won tirst prize in I rutnt, Ita many . . historical . gatet and an ndrerM' wind and rnucli wae, with .. . . nun mini iHiui linen-il- l out Into tho dark eagerly, hit mind the recent membership contest r., :n iiiuiiuiiii-iiia more .kllful pilot nt tin- - helm than Homo I, Inclosed within u clr- - j ffU tense uimiu hi ml'ilon. every nerve porta that fifty of its total enrollment "f" n nvnny nniUr b,.,.r fom. tl ot for,M M w,,,, "' vtlvuU tingling with the thought of the ec of sixty-.Himand than the pa,lon.-lHl- yn. men are union labor men I static tmpplnesi thnt lay In More for The other sixteen are merchants, farhlin. mers, clerks, doctors and school I And she was waiting for htm. At . npproached the unlit house where teachers. he tho nun he hated lived hi suw- her, a sinuous shadow In the doorway. The Loyal Order of Dad ha been "Lucille'" he whlvpvred. founded nt Ft. Myers. Fla., by "Dad" Arid o ho led her way. Sheldon Fuote, who ha. announced The iiultcnse wa weighty, hut ha walked a though he trod on nlr, and that membership will be open to all men of the Lucille I rode nt his tide. At luat they fathers of stood ouuldo hi house again, and. army, navy and Marine Corp of the looking through the window, l.lmlwiy United Status, who served in the I iwrcelved that Id wife Mill occupied or World wars, or THE CAR the snme rhulr and held the tame who are now In service, Tho memhook. All tho emotions that had pot- - ber will encourage clean, patriotic seeded him had lxvn entirely unknown living In their communitie., The simplicity of the Ford car, its stability respec-- j to h r; the reud a tranquilly aa though in construction, the famous heat treated I tive of patty, politics, race or creed. nothing were at stake. Vanadium stcrl with its marvelous strcnutli ' Then a setie of unutterable love for The organization will be affiliated nnd Hcxiliility, the low cost operation and Legion. The thi ipitet woman In the chair welled with the American maintenance, its case in operation, nil have up In Lindsay's hetirt. He turned to headquarter will be at Ft. Myers. made the Kurd car the crcat favorite in every the girl mid spoke almost curtly. land in the world. It's the one car that always I inn going In to tell her," he said. .atisfics and !crvcs. A utility licyond question Charles W. Ilarlett, chairman of To tell your wife?" that all can nlford. Wc will lc pleased to have Ve ewrj thing. Hut wtlt for me. the distinguished visitor committee your order. Don't delay because the demand I Mm not almudnu )ou. Have no of the national convention of the; Vc have almost everyis heavy all the time. American Legion, will go to France I fear. It wilt he hut it moment." thing in motor car accessories, sell the The uniting girl saw Lindsay disap next month us a member of the com- -' pear within the huie; nho saw hlin mission to represent Missouri In thei genuine. Ford Parts, and assure the best in mechanical repair work. liftid iivtr hi wife, mw her atari up purchase of a site for a memorial in Incredulously nnd look ut him with France to MUiouri's soldier dead. hit toul. I belli While in France Mr. Ilarlett will call Jim that ..... I .1. -' .t... ..... U Plil.' UOIOIIK W 111V IJUUIV upon Marshall Foch und extend to I with Llndxay at her Mde. him personally the written Invitation! not interested In any car except Ford LucIIU-!- " "'Vou! ill cried which the latter hat accepted to at"Yen, uuiiinme." huvi came to stuy? Yoaj tend the national convention of the "And will not leave She turned to her Legion at Knnsn City October .'list., hufchutid. "O, my dear, mim rrietl, "to und November 1st. and -- ml. think that we should own the only rreticti cook In Ktnpltoti. And It'a Hoy L. Rlnker Tost of the Ameritrue!" She seized the girl a hand and can Legion at Apache, Okla., has ofalmost pulled her through the. door. fered a reward to any person who Way to Find Out will find an mnn within ten "Tlx-ky th Volstead art lav mllti of the town who it not a memwon't npply to the ocean." ber of the American Lrgion. "J (Link I'll run away to m Oood-bHrondwny, Hello Francs, rone relic of the war, will again he sunu when -- 50 members of tho j American Legion sail August .1rd., B; DOROTHY WHtTCOMB. from New York for a tour of the. of France. erstwhile battle-cente- r C- - "11. W.n.rn ) N.oicir L'nUn To experience the "jtrnnd and xorU LlmUny' mentality n not devoid feeling of going to France with of nn element of humor In lit co moni- ou" out having to worry about getting tion, ami the Incongruity of hit ml. I Ion appealed to this latent tens at shot, Is the dream of nearly every he Mepn-- quietly out of hit him ut member of the former A. K. F. This nlcht hih! looked buck Into tho well. lit t desire to return to the old battle ptrlor. He aw hit ulf netted In front is indicated by the rapidity her rlnlr, reading at calmly at thmh jWith which the )iiota for the he had gone out Uiti the moat onll pilgrimage is being filled. John nary vllt to some friend. She hardly (!. Wicker, Jr., chairman of the pilraited hrr eje when he sntd good h) Wanted at all times committee, It her, ytt there had been an emotion- grimage nrrangements has opened headquarter at 0'J7 West al acene only that morning, and It street. NVto Yojk, and is wat thin Hint hud nerved I.Indssy to Forty-thir- d dally receiving telegram itn letters hit resolution. We appreciate your business. He could endure hit wlfe'a requesting reservations. Kcpreseti-tatlve- . no longer, lit was resolved to for the trip nre selected thru put nn end to them for ever. And he the various state departments of the wae going like a thief by night to Kxpenses are bourne by the Legion. the most preclou Jewel of ' individual member of the party, exMarkhaui't household. cept in cases of local post defraying He hnd fought down the lmpul toward dishonor for ninny week. Hut expenses of representatives selected COMPANY. now the time hnd come when he coulil by them. It will require about six relt no longer. 1.1ft- - without Lucille week to make the trip, including millII. L. HAGAN, Mri-- . would have no zmt. Ill home hnd ing time. An elaborate progarm of grown to be no home to Mm. Ill event in honor of the Legion pil STANFORD ST., LANCASTER, KY. Tery foN hml Iot Its shut. grimnge Ims been announced by Markham hnd brought Iht bark to (loveniment. Amerlrn nfter hi lnt !lt to France French When Mn arrhoil ln win a simple country irlrl. Innocent. Ignorant of "So mnn hns a monopoly on fame Birds bulling e the franteof and the onmost the laiicungf nf her adopted country. and fortune. So man, group of men prurttab part that the putting She had met few men: he hail neer A or governmental system enn bar the n usual thing the nVli or fat Brings even been engaged Anil one poultry rnner doe the cotl part of In Markhniu'o hiwt he watched her individual from his inalienable right building the frame and leave the Profit. Jenlotisly. lie would hardly trmlt to progress," writes Judge Kennlviw-MountaiI.indis, in the current isue profit to the Ktckcr nr dealer who her to lento home. I'rolits from poultry on many Ken- Strangely lioiiirh. It wa .Mr. Lind- of the American Legion Weekly. the value of the bird by a say who hsil tlrt met her. and It a The quota of American Legion tucky farm could be increased by few day of proper feeding. she who hail Introduced I.lndH)' on members who next month will Join in feeding cockerel a fattening ration The 1m sis of n fattening ration one of the rare occnlon when Lucille t the Legion's pilgrimage to France i several day before they nre placed sheuld be corn meal with skim or hnd snatrliril n Miort replte from rapidly being (Weil. Kvery state will on the market inteud of selling them seur milk. A porridge made up of MnrkhnmN tjranny. It wa at a on the trip and ap- while they are tn thin condition, nc-- i a mash with corn meal as a bast ami friend' houe. .Mr, I.lmhay wa taken be repre.-'iit- isl plications for reservation are being cording to poultry specialist at the a mixture of several other grain at once with the pule, beautiful rrem-College of Agriculture Feeding the has been found to be a satisfactory girt. Hut It a Lindsay who hnd made through the various state department.. Two of the early reser market bird a ration of this kind fattening ration. Kven while being puriued the acquaintance. MnrLhtm and he were tint on vations were for the Legionnaire not only make a bigger bird but also friendly term. He knew enough of who will represent the "Lost ltatt.il-ion- " jone which will have higher quart) a the porndgr the chick should be supplied w.th fresh water twice each the man's rownrdly nature to he of the 30Sth. Infantry nnd the a broiler or roaster The mot twnre thnt. once Lucille and he were 107th. Infantry of the Twenty-sevent- h part of rear 'g a thick s day. together, there would lw no pursuit. Division. These representatives At Inst the time had nrrlved when he will be enlisted men chosen by jiopu wa able to prooe his plan. She looked at hlin with veiled ter lar vote. ror and jet with a Joy that she could y How Marlcham Lost His Cook American Legion News I Remember PRODUCE i We pay the highest mar- ket price for your d Leg-Ion'- s Chickens, Eggs, Hams, Etc. Ice com-plai- tl I HsMrLT k Mm Fattening Market Increased j MONEY TO LOAN property. or monthly installments. weekly -j The LancasterOBuilding & Loan iKNatti iBliBBBBB11BB-BBBgBBBBBBB-BBBBBBB- -- nfi J.( city-stat- -- e u; ,, x - Spaiiith-Americn- ti UNIVERSAL if 11 Haseldtn Bros Garage. )ii ui" y Tht Central Record. Lancaster. day. Ky.. Thursday July 28, 92 1 1 MOR RMCI. Mr. Ml Haxel Burdette wa recent visitor of Mlts HallieiB. Duncan. Mr. John Bralton spent Saturday night with Mr. O'Kear Whlttaker. Mis Arllrgh Matthew spent Sun-Ja- y with Ml Christine Preston. Rnlph Preston bought a hog $ 0 .enU per pound from Mr. S. Newby. Miss Lnverne Whlttaker was the truest of Mlt Hazel Preston Sunday night. Mis Delia Hurt, of Jetvamne county, Is visiting Mlsse Magge U. and Pearl Hurt. Mr. Hobart Crow spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mr. here. MAKE MORE MONEY AT THC Asble Hendron wtre Sunday visitors of Mr. Powell Dalley Mr, and FARMERS' BETTER SIRE SALE tee Ptei BVatl mmm aasJtW atttHbhCn4Ci AUCTION and family. Mr. and Mrs. Marlon Calico spent the day Thursday with Mr. and Mr Mose Kay. Mr. KlnuT Ray it 'AiSruiTlith- - iulte sick at till FARMERS $3500, PAINT LICK has moved to the old William's property. Miii Kllxabcth Itratley U pf nillnir her vacation at home. Lucille Davli ipent the week Ml end with Mlit Iva I.edford. Mr. and Mr. Ollie Dolan were vlsl tor at Bryantsvlll Sunday. Mr. K. U lint It on the tick Hit a Is Mm. W. C. Fish and Mr. Luther Pith. Mitt Kannle Kldd ha returned to her home after n visit to old friend it thlt place. Several from here were In Lancas- ter to har O'Kear speak In the InUr-e- t m of tobacco Monday. have Rob'., and Maine Kstride lllalnc will dlsolved partnerhlp. continue to drive the Ice truck. Mr. and Mr. Tho. London and family were Sunday itunt of Mi Fannie Kldd, near Wallaceton. Rev. J. U. SkaeK. Mis Ava Mc- Whorter. Rev. W. I. Rogers attended church i Gilbert Thurday night. Little Tom Comett, uho ha been confined to hi bed with typhoid fever i reported able to let up In bed. Mr. Virginia Hsaxley and children have returned from a viilt to her parent, Mr. and Mr. W. T. King. Mr. A. K. Uckey. of Texas It here for a visit to hrr mother, Mr. J. B. Francis and other relative. Richard Davi and John Kulhman left latt Wednesday for Camp Knox where they will be In training everal Rev. Youn poclon given Jan. It. Mine Margaret and Clara Hlgh land have returned to Covington nf ter a visit of two week with Mr, Martha F.ly and daughter. Rev. Skagg and wife entertained the following Monday nt dinner: Rev, Montgomery ami on, of 8. C, Mrdame Ja. Champ, Martha Kly and Mitt Kate Fly. Protracted meeting began at Mt. Tabor latt Sunday Dr. Montgom ery of S. C. U doing the preaching, Hi on I conducting the ringing. Thin tereiet of meeting will continue a long n interest I taken. Mr. Ollie Hoian had at her last week her sitter, Mr. Ojrg. While here Mrs, of near Herea. Ogf al3 viilted her brother and wife, Mr and Mr. W 0. Anderson and nelce, Mrs. R. - Hill and family. I- Hit many friend wish him a speedy recovery. Mesdame Abe llurton and Aman- i'n ('louse were wth Mrs. 0. llurton Thursday in Madison. Mr. ami Mrs. Raymond Davis and daughter, vmited Mr. and Mr. Clar ence McCulley recently. Mr. and Mm. W. T. Moberley and John Naylor were Sunday vUitors of Mr. and Mrs. Cnrl Moberley. Mr. and Mrs. James Land, Mr. Coy Price and children were guest Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. John Dalley. Mr. and Mn. Hugh Moberley and t'aughter, spent the latt week-enwith Mr. Harve Tenter and family. Mesdnme John Dalley and daughters and Wllbert Dalley and son were guest of Mrs. Andrew Stott.i d Wed-ieday. writing. Mr. Ilerde and two sont, of De troit, Mich., who have been spending iever.il day with her daughter, Mrs. David Shepherd, returned home taking Mrs. Shepherd'. little girl home with her for several month vitit. Mrs. II. J. Patrick entertained the Christian Kndeavor of the Manse Pretbyterian church Friday night. Muiic and game were the feature ff the evening, Nice refreshment. were served and all had n delightful time. The little baby, one of the twin of been Mn. Walter Atbtll, who ha lck for aeveral week died Sunday Age night. four and onr-hal- f nontht old, After funeral service rt the home the little body wat laid week. to ret in the Maine cemetery beside Mr. and Mra. U. M. llurgeM and itt father, who preceded It to the guett of urave about Ave month ago. children were week-en- d Mr. and Mr. No be I.edforJ, near Richmond. WOLF TRAIL Dr. and Mm, II. II. Montgomery Master Kyle Kay McCulley was on .ind children were Sunday guett of Mn. Montgomery' parent, Mr. and he tick list lnt week. Mr. Bryant, at llryantsvlllc. Ml Jele Ray spent a few day with Miss Roberta Ray latt week. The MethoditU of Walnutta hue purchated the Long property for a Mr. F.UJah McMitlian and son vi. parnonage for their pattor price ted Mr. John Ray and family Thurs v I mm Sat-unla- y, Mr. Mary Montgomery and children, Mr. Ike Duncan and children xere pleasant visitor of Mrs. Homer Ray last week. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Teatcr and Mr. and Mr. Klbert Tentor were entertained at the home of Mr. Powell Dally and family Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Wllbert Dalley enter-talne- d Sunday Mr and Mr. Clarence McCulley and little win, Mr. and Mm. Flijah McMillian and son and Mr. Hillic Fain. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Teater, Mr. and Mr. Homer Ray, Mrs. Mary Montgomery and children spent a pleasant evening Thursday with Mr. Hiram Ray and family ARE YN PILE? WEAK 7 Your ErtliohMltow, UUa Blood Why k or wmJc whtn taeuuaaa kar inproTttf tkttr coadMoa by taJdac I.I.I. BuUd ua your Mood. 1. 1. 1. U tho racocmiMd ftacral toai ad syitMB uM4r. It U alaa used suecMsiuUy la taa traat aatnt of raatsautlaa sad akaa froai Iwssott-kat- d -- Mr. Iver Poynter and family were guests of Mr. and Mr. Wm. Blanks Sunday. Mrs. W. T. Dye nnd Mrs. Ann Swope apent Tuesday with Mn. R. C. Clark. Mr. Mary Doty chaparened a pic nic party or young people latt Sat unlay to High Bridge. Mrs. Long gave a Lawn Fete at her home latt Friday evening. A very enjoyable time was spent. Mrs. Roy Moberley went to Lexington last week and wa the guett of her aunt, Mr. D. Turner. Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Doolln enter-tilne- d n number at dinner Cunday I.igc Rolton. n honor of Rv. and Mrs. Thompson. Mr. nnd Mrs. Bradford Burdette Mrs. Wilford Dye, of Liberty, who .nd son, spent Tuesday with Mr. and visiting Mr. and Mr. R. C. Clark Mr. James Hicks. and D. S. Swope wa In Lexington Misses Agnes Simpson and I.ovle Monday. llrown spent last Saturday night with A good timo was had by the B. Y. Mrs. K.I.I Mobcrly. P. U. members at the parsonage last Mr. ami Mr. N'ewt Crow and Mr. Thursday evening. Group No. 1 Leonard Pollard were truest of Mr. lerved refreshments. and Mr. Llge Bolton. Mrs. Mote Pollard, Misses Alice Mr. Squire Newby wa called to Sutton and Kmlly Bourne left today the bedside of her mother in Tennes- for a several days visit to Mra. Emily see, who Is seriously 111. Depper, of Buckncr. Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Matthew and Miss Susan K. Sutton entertained Mrs. Wm. Mntthcw spent Sunday at dinner Wednesday for Mrs. Wed-for- d with Mr. and Mrs. Luke Naylor. Dye, of Liberty and Mrs. Ann Mesr. U. (i. Preston and Wm. Swope, of Danville. Lane, of Lancaster, spent Sunday Mr. D. S. Swope went to ML Salem with Mr. and Mrs. Ike Duncan. last Monday to attend a family reMr. and Mrs. Llge Bolton and Mr. union given at the homo of Mrs. Geo. nnd Mrs. Hobart Crow spent Sunday I.usa, of that .place. A good dinner with Mr. and Mrs. Claude Rolton. (Was served and all present enjoyed Mr. and Mrs. K.l.l Mobcrlv and .nv nay. The gentlemen of the church and baby and Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Simp-to- n and daughter, Agnes, spent Sun- - all who are interested in the cemelay with Mr. and Mrs. Dan Ray at tery are Invited ta come at 8 o'clock next Tuesday morning for the purBuckeye. pose of cleaning the graves. The Mr. and Mrs. Newt Grow, Mr. Llge Rolton nnd Mis Christine Pres ladles will serve lunch on tho ground. ton und little sister, I.orene were en CUNNS CHAPEL tertained at the home of Mr. and Mr. Hobart Crow at Marksbury MIs Zona Ray has been a guest of . 9L CKNUINE BULL DURHAM Wbaccotmlcf 50 KJc blood. l'tr For Rich. Rm4 Blmmd aMaaaaaaaaaBBaaBaaaj; mm 7 ass. NOTICE v For SpotUi Bankkt or lot tndl' tidmlrndtirt, without mm Chml MrdKml Adwtmt, 4JT. SSSCa, Dtp'tyour AlUnlm.a. rfrujjnf G.t S.S.S. ml chtf, W. Dalley. Mrs. Sale Hurt wa a recent guest MARKSBURY of Mrs. Jesse Hurt. Mr. Kyle Worn ha returned from Mr. Earl Holman was a recent visia visit to friend of Letcher. tor at Paint Lick and Cartcrsvillc. Mis Deane Hunter, who has been Mr. Mattie Harvey spent the day ill for several days is convalescing. with Mrs. Will Waal recently. Mrs. Cha. Dunn, who ha been Mr. Cordelia Davis wa a recent confined to her bed is able to be out 'inner guests of Mrs. Geo. Hall. again. Mr. Newt Chandler was a guest of Mrs. Lucy Dye, of Liberty, is Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Teater nnd calm. spending the week with relative Mr. J. Mr. J. M. Amon sold 45 hogs to Mr. John Cress of Boyle for August delivery' at 10 cent. Mr. and Mix Hughey Moberly and daughter, were week-en- d guests of Mr. and Mr. Harvey Teater. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Ray and Mr. ind Mrs. J. M. Amon and sons, were quests of Mr. Hiram Ray and family Sunday. Misses Thelma and Katie Lee Roberts, of Paint Lick, have been guest of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Holman and family the past week. Master James R. Amon was one of 'he Pig Club boys, who attended the cattlo Judging at the Brodhead stock farm near Danville Saturday, On last Monday. Miss Mable Moberly nnd Mr. Hubert May eloped to Jclilco, Tenn., where they were uni ted In the holy bonds of matrimony. They returned to the groom's home Tuesday night. The bride is the accomplished and attractive daughter of Mr. John Moberly, of McCreirj'i while tho groom la a son of Mr. and Mrs. Talton May. He It an Industrious young farmer. Both parties are very popular members of the young er set and nre receiving congratulations and best wishes of their host of friends. They are at home here On last Monday Miss Mabel Mob- voyage on Life' rea be ever blissful OF You Never Get Your Dollar's Worth by Accident TIRE different make. The tire user and the tire merchant are both in the tame boat. Quality it the only thing that gets either of us anywhere. G Sc J Tires have had a twenty-nin- e year accept' ance on the part of the American motorist They protect the interests of our customers. They back up our own personal reputation. People know what they are and what they stand for. G A J Tires and Tubes deliver economy year in and year out. If good business means the same thing as good service, then representing G&J is the right thing for us to do. selection U not easy in Umm days of to Graded School TAX LEVY. Notice is hereby given that on June 15th., 1921, a tax of 65 cents on each $100.00 of taxable property in this Lancaster Graded School District was levied by the Board of Trustees, also a poll tax of $1.50 on each white male voter in said district was levied. Said levy being made pur suant to the Graded Common School laws of Kentucky for one year for school purposes. of. said Lancaster Common School District are further notified that they The are required to pay said tax on or before November 26th., 11)21 to Miss Frankie Kauffman, for raid district, at her office in the Citizens National Bank Building in Lancaster, Ky. She will be at her office on November 25th. and 26th., and at other timea before those dates for the purposes of receiving said taxes, and same may be paid her at any time before November 26th.. 1021. tax-payera tax-collect- WI JILL. AND RICOMHINO OJ TUBBS I VI i THOS. S. PIERATT NOAH MARSEE, JR. At tho expiration of this timo a penalty of 5 per cent attaches, and it will be the duty of to enforce payment of said taxes and penalties prescribed by law. the The school must have money on which to run, and this order will be strictly enforced. By order of the Board f Trustees, this July 27th., 1921. tax-collect- or TIRES FAERIC AND CORDS JOHN E. STORMES, Chairman, ,W. . F. CHAMP, Sec'y., r r FRANKIE KAUFFMAN, Tax Colletfofc Th Ctntral Rocord, LancMtr, Ky., Thursday, July 28, 92 1 1 JUPSON Mr. Henry Grime spent Tuesda with Mr. Wm. l.anc. DAILY CLEANING Mrs. Andy Adnms l visiting rein ive. In Lexington. Mr. Stanley Foster spent Friday OunM of Prevtntion It Wtfth ,vith Mr. Olllc Lane. Than af Curt Mr. W .M. Adam enme near los With Ptomfctrs' IrHf, Ing her home by fire Friday. Mr. I.uther Smith spent Thursday night with Mr. Robert Pollard. Mrs. Tom Tutor was the week-en- d truest of Mrs. Henry Grimes. Mr. James Hicks sold to Mr. Hill Waste Pleee theutd Flashed Thar. 1nt week a good buggy hone price euahly to Carry Off Hardened and Aceymulatian af unknown. Miaaallanaaua Dirt. Mr. and Mr. Joe Green were the week-enguests of Mrs. Henry Uit United Butt Depart- fYpr4 Grimes. maul or Many plumbers' bills would be avoid Mesdames Willie Lane and Sim flark were guests Friday of Mrs, ad. the health of the family batter safeguarded, and the appearance of Geo. N'aylor. tha plumbing Improved If the following daughters suggestions, made by the home eco Mrs. Leslie Hill nnd were guest Sundry of Mr. and Mrs, nomic offlee of the United Wales Department of A rxl culture, were followed Dillard Simpson. Mr. and Mr. C. It. N'aylor and chit by the housewife. fftappaga In plpea It due, to dren were guests Sunday of Mrs. hardtaed grease or to often an accumula- Nannie Ray. tloa af hair and Hat. Tha waata pipe Mr. and Mr. Joe Green were the eheald be flushed thoroughly after so that the waata ta carried eat jturst Thursday night of Mr. and af tha houaa plpea and the trap left Mrs. Wm. Grimes. full claaa In Master Frank and Carl Lane are waataofpipe la awater. A trap aa a curved aactloa ar visiting their grand parents, Mr. and ranged that water remains In It and Mrs. James Foster. praventa the passage of sewer gas Into and baby, tha bona,. If tha water left In Ike Mrs. Dave Cummins were guests Saturday night and Sun trap la aot clean, decomposition may take plara and odara and gaaea may 'ay of Mr. and Mrs. Jasper Smith. coma from trie Imparltlaa la tha water Mr. and Mrs. Tom Pollurd enter Itself. Precautions should he taken ta their friends Sunday prevent oil and grease from galng talncd several of in honor of Mrs. Pollard's birthday town tha waste pipe from tha kltchra Ink, bacauaa being lighter than water An enjoyable day was spent by all Mrs. Wm. Black and daughter, Vir they tend to remain floating on the In the trap. ginia, and Mrs. Hugh Simpson and surfaca af the water Uaa at Cleansing Ml stars. Jocttn Lavcrne and Miss Occasionally mere thin cold, or even Mauiiie Carpenter, of the Stanford hot. water Is necessary ta clear out road were the guests Thursday of the accumulated grease, lint, miscelMrs. Nannie Ray and daughter, Vir laneous dirt, and hit of refuse. Wash- - Mrt fwni m i gme m futures Iniss tr d with hjdrechJorle add. Thla arid la vary potoaoaa aad If alaa lajarloas to she akin and to nany materials, Inrludlag tha metala need la plumbing. It must, therefore, ba han dled with extreme rare, (Itevea should le worn when using It To clean the howl of a ball oat aa much wa ter aa i)Mlhle, pour In about a pint of commercial hydrochloric acid (some times railed muriatic acid), and let thla stand for several hours, or nntll tha crust crumbles when poked with a stick. Then flush with a large quan tity of water. The water la the tank Is not enough; more must be poured In by hand In order to dilute the acid and carry It away rapidly. In porcelain-linesink or bathtub tha acid must net be allowed to stand aa the soiled earthenware, becaaaa It may gat through to tha metal underneath and eat that away. It must, therefore, he applied drop by drop to the lime and flushed out with plenty of water as aoon as the crust logins to crumble when presaed. rraa,M tnm porrelata and Itlurea aareatata-line- d rlof, BRODHEflD FAIR AUGUST 17th, 13tli, 19th I? crytotJy It fcttlag ready for the BIG FAIR tie Fair where e? erytrtfly hat a good Hke.JDo't Mlaa tali year cloee aa aaoa, etare an office aad take a few daya reat aad recreatloa aad attead thla aoatecoMlag. Toi will aever regret fact yoa will feel tetter by aavlag atteaded. Itla Tweaty acrea of good level groaada kaflag teea ealarged tkla year. Shade Good Water Good Eihlblta SUBSTITUTE FLOURS FOR MAKING MEADS Good Prut. Racee Showa VlUUUftock Good Everytaiag. JMlliC la all Deaartneata, la fact ua-In- g. PtttJt Tkt tf Wheat Strvti inrtt THTrM Duty. Cam Meal, Paean, Hiefcery er sTnetlsri walnute Cut I Me Small Plaaaa and Other Ceraata Are Ueeful ta iraak Meneteny. (Prepared bjr th Krause Greater Shows of Philadeldkia, Pa. with their own Train of Fifteen cars will ha' e charge of the Midway, 'and they come highly recommended, nothing but strictly clean and moral shows, so be on hand each day. Your friends will be there. Or. W. E. Gravity. R. N. Him, Stcty. finia. MS HATFIELD DENTIST Otic over Plume Office 8. LANCASTER. TU Garrard Beak. RnUwm 371 KENTUCKY. 4fe ExcfoiWt. OptHMtritt 1 Ualtsd Ststea Depart- mtni or Aarlcuitura.) Wheat bread aened three times a day la apt to grow tiresome If not varied by bread made from other Comcereals. The following reclpee are .recommended by the home cub on lot kitchen of the United Stataa Depart ment of Agriculture! With the development of plans for raven Bread. the poultry show which will be held 1 teaapoeafut salt. t rupfuls corn 1 cupful flour. I ruefule water. In connection with the Blue Gnus I tMtpoonfult bak- - I cupful ms4sss. Fair, Sept- - fi to 10, considerable In po4r. Mix the dry Ingredients and add the is being shown In the event by molasses and the water. Pour the farmers in blue grass und surround mixture Into a greased coffee can or ing counties, according to A. S. Chap-in- , steaming tin. steam It for two hours, poultry extension specialist from nnd then hake In a moderate even tor the College of Agriculture, A. J. f hour. McFaddcn, superintendent of the Col Nut Bread. 1 I cupful flour. cupful Kngllsh lege of Agriculture poultry farm and 1 tsaspoonfuli ball- valnut or min Ijtwrcnce Gentry, Lexington, will act Ma powdr or hickory aut I taaspoenful Mil. moau, cut Into as superintendents of the show while small plocaa. H cupful sugar. I. on Rawnsley, of the ilurstbourne 1 tea. 1 cupful milk. Features Of Blue Graaa Poultry Show pleted. ml. Farms, Louisville, and .Mr. Chapin will Judge the exhibits. Features of the show will be n display of water fowls and pheasants by Mr. Gentry, n boys' and girls' poultry club exhibit by County Agent W. R. Gnbbert nnd an rduratlonal exhibit by the College of Agriculture. The exhibit of the college will show the methods of culling out thr loafer hens and the process of determining which liens nre the layers, according to J. II. Martin, in charge of the college poultry work. It will ao emphasize the ncrrsjtlty for a balanced ration in feeding hens and show the methods of mixing such a ration, Farmers desiring information concerning the show may obtain It from Ken Walker, secretary of the Blue Grass Fair Association, I.rr.ngton, Mr. Chapin announced, The British government owes the government of the United States some billions of dollrrs of money borrowed from us during the war. None of the principle hsi ever been paid, and only a small pittance of the interest due has been collected. The United States owed Kngand for transporting American soldiers to France In British ships. Thr British presented their bill the other day and the government at Washington promptly paid it. In the meantime thousnnds of our disabled soldiers nre neglected and in want. Can you brat It? $35,-000,0- txie-hsl- J.J.Byrne DANVILLE, - KENTUCKY. Office Hears Mlft together the flour, the baking lowder. the alt, and the augar, aad add the milk, the egg. well beaten, and the nut meat. Flaw the mixture In pan and let rtaa far a a hour oaa hour. Hake for In a moderate oven. tailed Oats and Wheat Breast d thrre-fourth- OwnWe GUdMr HUL la IS mm to I cupfuls Ilqul4 U r&ko vaaat. watsr. pota- I taolospooarul of I sugar or e to wator or a mixA(rtiM ture of UltMl. cupful frsshlr 1 toaspoenfuta salt. snaahod potato. Its cupruta grouag cupfuls wheat roiise eaia. IH (milk, flour. Your Investment in a Make a sponge of all the Ingredleata except the roiled oata, and let It rtaa la a warm place until very light Add Ing eoda la ordinarily strong enewgh tha rolled oata, which have been far bathroom pipes, and may ba used ground fine In the fond chopper aad MRCCTOR la tha proportion of ane part "liquid" measured after grinding. Let the dough Office Over National Bank. soda (made by boiling oaa pound of rise until It doubles In bulk, then ERaaidence fhont S. OMce Phone 27 wash lag soda and one quart of water kaead and mold It Into a loaf, brash In an old kettle) to twelve parte hat with melted fat after It has bean LANCASTER. KY. water, er ana pound of dry aeda thor- placed In a pan, and allow It to double oughly dissolved In three gallons of In bulk again. Hake In a hat oven boiling water. Tha drain pipe from for Hi hours. the kitchen sink may sometimes need a stronger cleanaar, even If It Is thorIRONING DRUDGERY REDUCED oughly cleaned and flushed, after each dishwashing, aad for this purpose Uaa Clean, Beneath Irene and Have Calls Aaswerasl Promptly Day aa caaatlc potash la efficacious, but must Beard er Table at ha used carefully the hands roust be CemferUfeta Height Nifbt. Pkoae 317. protected and the potash must not ba allowed to touch porcelain or LANCASTER. KENTUCKY. Have a clean, board or sinks, because It may de- table set at comfortable height. stroy the glaze. Ode pound af crystals Cae clean, smooth Irons. Rubbing dissolved In two quarts of water them occasionally with wax or paraffin should be poured down tha drain. will keep them la good condition. Sealed bids will be received by the About half an hour later the pipe Rusty or dirty Irons should be scoured State Highway Commission, at the aheuld ba flushed with clear water. with aand soap or bath brick, office of the State Highway Engi Caustic aoda. although sometimes rec- washed, wiped dry, heated, waxed and Is not desirable, because It neer, Old Capitol Building, Frank- ommended. unite with tha grease and rubbed smooth. la likely to Have clothes evenly dampened and M. on form a hard soap, fort, Kentucky, until 2:00 that ta difficult to smoothly and tightly rolled. the 2Hth. day of July, 1821, for the retneve from the plpea. Iron fabrics with the lengthwise improvement of the Lancaster-Ric- h Kins scourers may be used on all thread, If possible, and Iron aa large mond Road, beginning at the city lim futures. For porcelain and enameled-Ira- a space at one time as possible. Moat flitures kerosene and whiting are materials look beat If Ironed thoroughits of Lancaster and extending to Station 201 plus 00, n distance of especially geod; tha kerosene cuts the ly dry. Iron first the parts that dry eat approximately 5 miles, in GARRARD grease and the whiting aupplles tha abraelen. Some of the commercial quickly and that will hang off the County. deaalag preparations used for enamwhen finished. This road is officially known as eled and porcelain fixtures contain board silks, woolens and colored mateTor Project No. 25, Section F., on scourers so gritty that tlfey scratch rials use medium-ho- t State Irons. Iron all the Primary System In GARRARD tha aurface, and thua make the work these materials on the wrong side, exof cleaning gradually harder. Nothing cept aprons and children's dresses County. This Improvement will consist of rnaratr than whiting should ba al- that need a smooth surface to keep clean longer. Silks and woolens may applying bituminous surface treat- lowed. heuld le asanas) Dally. be Ironed on I he right side If covered ment nnd covering with stone chips Bathroom fixtures ithould ba cleaned with dampened cheesecloth, say houseor crushed gravel in nccordnnco with dally. Tubs uud bowls should be hold specialists of the United States iipprovcd specifications. acrubbed with a fine scourer or with Department of Agriculture. Instructions to bidders, forms of water containing a little kerosene, proposals and specifications may be rlnaed with clear hnt water and wiped, secured at the office of the Statu dry. The stnlns made by water con l Highway Engineer, Old Capitol talnlng an cxrea of Iron may be relieved from porcelain or porcelain-Building, Frankfort, Kentucky. Each bidder must accompany his llaed tubs and bowls with oxallc-acibid with a bond or certified check eolullon. which la a poison and must be entirely washed off. The overflow of 1250.00, payable to the State plpea should he flushed occasionally aid digestion and should Treasurer, credit of the Department with hot water, for dirt and grease art be euleu after meals. o of State Roads & Highways. likely la collect and derompose there.j oiled mop Try using a Tho right Is reserved to reject any should be kept! Tha water-closacrupalously dean. A dally dranlnij for cleaning your car. and all bids. Is neressary with hnt soapsuds or sodsf Approximate Quantities Never add augar to waffle batter. solution, and a brash, and Gal. Medium Oil or Tar. 14,000 Serve with augar or sirup. flushed again. Then the seat, lh 370 Tona Stone chips or pea gravel cover, tha chain, and the handli 41,065 Sq. yds. Cleaning Surface. All la making a white cake, eubetltute should he waaiied and wiped. STATE HIGHWAY COMMISSION doths and utensils used In cleaning two egg whites for a yelk. (tie bathroom should ba scalded and By Joe S. Uogg, Whea waahlag keep a atlff vegeState Highway Engineer, dried, preferuhly In the open air. The crust of lima which la saae table brush handy to use ua dirt) St taaaee deposited by hard water can hi aeckbaada, wrUthaadav J. A. Beozlev Uaa Only Fine Saeurera an Pereelaln Plata roe. FUNERAL BUICK IS PROTECTED The prudent buyer of an automobile will demand, in addition to Kettinjr nt isfactory service out of hi car, that his investment shall be protected. The Lancaster Buick Company is not only willing, but anxious, that the public shall jtuljre the ljuick car and itself by this standard. The Huick car is correctly deaiifned and properly constructed alonu lines of proven value by a factory with every needed resource, both material and financial. Its distribution is world-wide, Dr. Printui Wilktr VETERMMIAN. Well-Padde- d larjre investment is beinj.' daily increased for the protection of the investment porce-laln-lln- well-padde- Notice To Contractor.. I. n its authorized service stations nnd supplies are never out of reach. Company stands squarely istcred in Garrard County. behind parts Hero in Lancaster the Lancaster Huick the rejr- - OfftWTK) more than two hundred lluicks now iHouxwn see SOS Its already of each of these owners. It maintains a lu nre and service station, has provided for service for every one of the twenty-fou- r hours in the day, carries an ample stock of parts and supplies, and is ever on the alert to advance the interests of its owners. Its entire plant, investment and en- unties are devoted to Ihiicks exclusively. Not only this, but its policy in tratl-iiiin used Huicks insures fairness to buyer and seller alike. It does not and will not rob one to pay the other. As a result of this fixed policy, the Huick car in Garrard County, whether new or used, stands in a class by itself. Its ownership is eajterly souicht and it is the unquestioned standard of value in its price ranu. well-equipp- a K I'lm-appte- s long-haire- d Lancaster Buick Co CONN & CONN GARAGE, Lancaster. see 7-- Th Central Record, Lancattar, Ky. Thursday, July 28, 1 92 1 FINELY GROUND SEED PLOT len'1 fn4 Year LIMESTONE Liver t AeHea Will Insure d High-Yiel- Makes Biggest Yield. Crop ltnailBl0aeema illisuswesa, Cwastiealfaa, Sls Hsaaasrte. R rlaiagaePsln. ausrsntaaa. Tha rreans nt tlieostlnn, asxlmttt tlnn nmt illminal. in lha slitmsch, liver nnl tiownls nro r itrtjr allli-- l. r.f arjr f Hi'si Btil ll.n prnpT C' tJn t ranris Is IsrrrV tlrrnjK.trrct lur.ction!'' til n:l tht rthrs. firtim "VlilMlriic" iur liver ln with rslomrl r f'lrclr.s; jour t.wols laiatlves rr stronj with Is n rrtal mUlsVn. A l'-tr- r. ratliarll'-ssfer I lan Is htrrnirthsnlnc ml toning tr.a wbotn rtlnrstivon- - l l rrlt rrstrm wild Nsturs's Rtntdjc tml l.rines NIt TaMus), winch ImtiiKluto rellrf, tut gtnulniian't Ust-I- n .enflt It nctn n lt.9 M' tiwh. nn.l klilners. Improves liter. tllcrstlnn mi'l nssimllatlon, ovrrcimss Mile utnes, eorre' ts enstlpallor nri'l oulrkly rellnrs nek liMilsihe. your ryste m thorounhlr rteanl t ne: etnmiclt. Ilvr nnit I'urineJ In anl lowcl wurklnie togctlitr nut II l.armnny. nnd jou lisv.t to lVo tnwll' lno cvry tlar Just taku f.rft Nil TaWft tcrtilon.illir t' kel condition nnd jour vstm In "Ur lst- - Itemtmt.er It I tasirr nmt tlie.ipcr tn Kctp will tliart ll It Is to Rot (let n a: lot nn.l try It with thu Y'l undrrstatnllnr that It must flvo any nnl lnrnt tlian RrMtr liver ttifillclna in ever uj! rr in t"r Nature's RsmtoV t.Ml nnd TaMfts) Is sold. itcuioiiisndcd hy yuur drusttst. iti-Irrll.-stlnss ing1 Potatoes. Experimental results how that limestone niut be ground to n f.nc-nes- s eiiinl to Umt of Hour in order ' irite ulrk results m sweetening the soil ami iiirresiting crop yields, according to It. II. Stephenson, crops extension specialist from the College However, nil of the of Agriculture. niHterml applied should not be ground f us line since it leaches out rnpidly il to become tour and allows the again. When some course material is uei! with the line thw remains in the soil and keeps it tweet A good policy to follow is to use stone all of which will ms a sieve, nc cording to the specialist. When this is done the right proportion of fiiic ten-mes- h (lt lr is I'! p'4 drug tlnre i to supply Our iden of a public with anything they want when they want the first-clns- s it. That it the reaion we pride ourselves on being able to supply your drug (tore need from the top of your head to the tip of your toes. Our drugs are the freshest, purest that we can get; our prescriptions are carefully filled by register ed pharmacists. We never use substitutes. McRoberts Drug Store Corn-Ea- r Worm DamArscn-senat- e age To Tomatoes Checked By Of Lead. Spraying with arsrriat'' of load is the best means of controlling corn-ca- r worm which have caused considerable damage to tomatoes in many parts of the State during the summer, according to Harrison entomologist at tin-- Kentucky Agricultural Experiment Station. The infect attack the tomatoes near the base of the stem, ratine holes Into' the fruit which nearly always The pest Is render it unfit for food also known to the cotton drawer as (Jar-ma- n, the cotton hoi! worm. To control the iet the plants should be sprayed throughly with arsenate of lead using one pound of paste to ten nitons of water or one pound of powder to liU gallons of water. Additional protection for the tomatoes from all classes of pests may he obtained by combining the Jlordeaux mixture with the arsenate of lead spray. Stirring the soil in the fall of the year to expose the winter stages of the insect also have been found helpful in controlling the ravages of the pet the following year. If the arsenate of lead spray-ipplied a short time before the tomatoes are ripe they should be throughly washed and peeled before being used for food s and course material M obtained. Stone screening and waste from one- fourth-inc- h sue down to dust have been found to give satisfactory results. y KxperimenU have shown that stone ground to Kiss n screen of 100 mesh- e to the linear inch resulted in a 3 ft per cent crop increase the tlrst year but the soil was beginning to sour again in three years although twice as much limestone had been ued ns was required to neutralist the original acidity. Tiii was due to the fact that the ery line stone leuched rapidly. The stone resulted in an h(5 per cent crop but the soil was still sweet at the end of three years. When the stone was uetl it was so coarse that three e;u were required for it to react sulficiently to sweeten the soil A 3.'t per cent crop increase was obtained with this size stone. Wht u right-messtone was used the soil never became sweet and only 14 per cent increase was m.nie by the crop. There was no fine mixed with tin coarse in this size stone. e Parmer will profit by using which is fairly pure containing !M) per cent or more of calcium carbonate. Impurities do not harm the material but the cost of handling Impure stone including crushing, hauling and freight charges is excesshe when tons of actual limestone ore considered. 1 h h lime-ston- rllf urartfl McROBERTS DRUG STORE. m Co-operativ- Marketing Of Tobacco Success In California. e Kim-tuck- L'nqualified endorsement of the Sa marpiro plan for the y keting of hurley tobacco in was given by Alfred A. Anram, Heat Your Bungalow, J rntl. nr Flat with T not necesHot Water Cellar put in any sary small house with- MAN'S BEST AGE A man ia as old at We organ; be can be as vigorous aad healthy at 70 as at 3S if he aids hie organs in performing their functions. Keep your vital organs healthy with out disturbing arrangements, until ready to use with the present heating I DEAL Areola V K IDCAtVAnoU IUIU-t- ot Bmkit lor mall knum without Milan. Hot water ht.tina as statptr mM f r truf tuns a stovtr ou Arc neat sun kwatut mmt rfutabl. mot smM. a Ml hull lisasia 'ttvoaomfcal Sa4 out aBUM t datajr to sam itsittail IX-a- tntrr trttnn to rfisttr.Hnilr mnUadkaataa room. 1M cuts bsa by hot Arrwrkaa Radiator, la It I nki Jasne-- s luL COLD MEDAL See one now on display in my window. P. B. WILLIAMS, Lancaster, AeVtee Kentucky. frem J. Hill. The woilJ'a standard rsmttly foe liver, bladJ.r and uric acid I face IM6: collects disorders: All druggists, Ihraa sitae. tnisl baa Cava tW tl Mjn GU MsJtl aa4 asc siuim If a youag fallow dofgedly bucka without the world and circumstance asaae er reason all th tuna, ha la to get nothing mora tbsn a sort) head. 11a must know how to take advantage of opportunities, to use his brains; In short a young man who bsa no brains ought at least to hava Orange Jules. eneegh animal srti to And It out and out learn to depend upon and get what Orange Juice, freshly pressed anprJIea the let possible food fot benefit he can from people that bava the sick room. There Is not only th got brains. James J. 1 1 It. Beeluvglvliix property of the orange, bet a quantity of pure distilled water free of nil foreign matter. SauNrsere Eruption. the Vlncentlso April 30, Sauffrlere burst forth In alt Its fury, opening a circular chasm over half a mil In dliiiw ter nnd nearly MO feet So awful was the discharge deep. that llarbadoes. 100 mile nway, was thickly covvrel with the volcanic dusts On srvldnc Will Not 0 All. As general rule Providence setdeis oarhsafca to mortals any mors that Just that decree of encouragement Walrh sufflces to keep them at a raa manly full exertion of their powtra Hawthorne. Bordeaux Spray Stops Potatoes Blight Losses l.ones ill the Kentucky potato crop through the attacks of late blight which annually reduces the yield of spuds on many farms muy be stopped by spraying the crop with Hordeauv mixture, according to J. S. (tardner, extension specialist in vegetable gar dening from the College of Agricul ture. The disease is worse in some years than In others but there are always loose spores of it which live through the winter in many ways and nttack the potato crop when the prop er kind of weather arrives. Hot muggy days are favorable ones for attacks of blight. The llordeaux mixture spray may be prepared at home by combining copper sulphate, lime and water or it may be bought ready mixed. The sprayer may be a bucket pump or n barrel pump, the important tiling being to get sufficient pressure to make n misty spray which should be driven with force enough to reach Into the plant thoroughly covering It On areas larger than four acres it is of advantage to have an engine-drive- n pump. I'otatoe growers who have had losses by the attacks of blight may secure Information ns to the proper spray and the apparatus nec essary to apply It by writing to the Kxperimvnt Station, Lexington, ky Mr. Itockrfeller has to many mil lions or billions that he is able to maiiiiawiwi STORMES DRUG STORE of Fresno, California, president of the Associated Tobacco Growers of California, who arrived here Thursday, says the Lexington Herald. Mr. Anram, a nephew of the late llyron McClelland, horseman, in ad dition to coming to Lexington to vis it relatives, has the purpose of in teresting tobacco men in a proposed national organization for the benefit of the tobacco industry generally throughout the United States. "I know the plan which Mr. Sa- piro has suggested for marketing of tobacco in Kentucky. I am familiar with his work and I am confident that the plan he has offered is sound ami one that will unquestionably tiring to the tobacco grow ers of Kentucky benefit of which they have never dreamed," said Mr. Aaron. "In California we have had co operative marketing of tobacco for the last eight years. In all we have been growing tobacco for but 15 years and our elTorts which resulted in the organization along the cooperative plan were gradual. We, the growers, realized that we were not protecting our own Interests by selling individually, and for this reason it seemed that as If by common consent we joined together and formed our association which has grown to such proportions that today not a single pound of tobacco is grown in the entire state that is not disposed of through the association. "You will, of course, realize that in California we grow nothing but Turkish tobacco and that our total production at the present time is but slightly over 5.000,000 pounds. Hut our interests are the same as the Hurley grower. The basic princi ples are the same, nnd I believe that such an organization in Kentucky would obtain the same results as It has In our state. "The position we take is this. The manufacturer, the jobber, the wholesaler and the retailer never fail to make a profit the farmer or tho grower Is the only ono that Is ever asked to stand a loss, and wc believe that If the farmer cannot make a profit on his crop, then that crop Wo are not Is not worth raising. unreasonable In our dealings with the buyers In fact we are sympathetic with their side of the question, but we always Insist that the grower be protected, that not he alone be called upon to stand a lots If there is to be any loss." KxperimenU of Kentucky potato growers together with cxper. mental j results indicate that the lnyt means t of producing and maintaining a hig- -. ( when yielding strain of potatoes is to grow I Scrvke CtwmmifMyL . a eed plot trom year to year o iur-nn- h the foundation for crops, according to A. J. Olney, potato specialist from the College of Agri- ...It!... tltiplMi. thi. Intttr tinrf of July and the first part of August ias been found to be the best per.od .n for next! which to plant this plot year's seed, according to the spec.-nlts- t. Irish Cobbler nnd Karly Ohio arc perhaps the best early var etiesl for Kentucky while Hull Moose, Kur-n- l lluwett. Carman No. 3 and Green Mountain have been found to be .!ie lct Inte varieties. The growing uf the seed plot is the more important We RgchartK mI sine experience has shown tha' t all mokes of is seldom practical to hold tubers from tne first crop potatoes for ecd Mtre!y planting a seed plot will not of strains of pota-toe- s insure and Good seed which has a!one. been been treated with corrosive sub-l- i' ate and properly cut together with proper cultivation nnd spraying are n'o necessary for the success of the project. Care of the seed plot is outlined as follows by Mr. Olney: Men do very little bragging thes-- i "As soon ns the potutocs are well days. It is more aristocratic to blow. above ground all plants should be reHefore entering into the discussion moved which are stunted and show signs of the diseases known as mosaic of disarmament Mr. Harding should or curly dwarf. This disease causes be suitably armed for the fray. young plants to appear dwarfed and Some children that refuse to obey the leaves to curl downward and be their parents are considered cute, unThey nUu have an til they reach the age when the parmuch twisted. uneven yellow and green color. The ents do the obeying. disease causes the plants which it atOne hundred thousand people are tacks to produce small, worthless tuber nnd Is the principal cause of to join in singing at Chicago's pagevarieties "running out." The plants ant of progress. Fortunately we are should be gone over again about some miles removed. twice before flowering in order to Mr. Harding may be able to induce nil diseased ones. At flowering time all plants should be removed the world to disarm in so far as war will never be which show a different flower color is concerned, but he dominating from that of the variety as these are able to disarm certain Kspecial care also should housewives as long as their favorite mixtures. wag be taken to make an application of weapon is able to nicotine sulphate at the earliest apCongress has appropriated huge pearance of aphis or leaf hoppers as sums of money for this, that and the these ure difficult to control when other, but as our disabled and helpthey have become established. less overseas veterans do not come "After the last undesirable plants under cither classification they are have been removed nil plants which finding it increasingly difficult to appear especial) healthy and vigor- come at all. ous should be marked. This should of frost. be done before danger We learn from the secretary of the Soon after the vines have been killed treasury that cleaner money is to be the marked hilts may be dug. These put into circulation. That Is pleaswill furnish seed stock for the seed ing. When wc get it it will be still plot to be planted the following July more pleasing. Out until we do, just or August. The remainder of the keep right on sending in the dirty old crop from the seed plot should be stuff and we'll be eternally pleased. saved for seed for the early field crop Dictator Lenine finds that ruling the following spring1" the illiterate bolshevik! of Russia is a livery hat that is worn covers a comparatively easy matter, but feedcertain quality of brains, but it isn't ing them entails more brains than he has been able to inject into his "govalways the fault of the hat. ernment' They are starving and When at a loss as to what to say appealing to America for food. about your neighbor, say something good. You may come nearer the Whether It be fiction or fact, it is rather interesting to read one day truth than you imagine. that the Interest on the ten billions The person who builds character of dollars owed us by the allies is not builds fortune as well, not only in to be collected for 'fifteen years, the material things of this world, and the next day to learn that Wash-ingt- o but in that spiritual life to which our plans to use it in the payment earthly existence is a mere prelude. of a bonus to men. a a m sut.-ccl.n1 Daturicf lrain. g CONN CONN 1 BgsgsfKBVi Capital $10,000.00 Surplus $0,000.00 Honor Roll Bank. 4 per cent paid on tins posits. Call and see us. J. J, Walker, President. t. de- Champion Vertical Lift Mo werS75 mm CITIZENS W. F. Champ, V. 0. Klgncy, Ass't. to the President. I G. Davidson, Cashier. Hay Rakes $40. We carry J. L. (till. Assistant Cashier. V. V. Miller, Assistant Cashier. Mrs. Naomi Hamilton, Teller. everjthlig la the iaiBlcncit line. CoainJt hi for Bartjalui. NATIONAL LANCASTER, KY. BANK. Corner Public Square sad Danville Street. dominate about everything and every PILES! body he comes into contact with. But all of his wealth was as naught to that skunk that calmly took up his fur a residence on the John D. golf course laasaev I fictTy aooduaat dues and put the players to Ignominious saau. arapai. Noah Mareee. la. Pr- - !) Jr. General Mtrchadis Bryantsville, Ky. flight. ir.i-is.iai- i Th Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday July 28, 92 1 1 NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY ICE CREAM FREEZERS, Refrigerators and Water Coolers Have you bought one of our STERLING OIL COOK STOVES with the short chimneys? If not, why not? There is none better, dozens of satisfied users in town and country. CONN BEOS. "Live and Let Live Folks." The Central Record Im4 J. B. L Weakly. II.M Ym. Payable hi AaWsatta. E. ROBINSON. Editor. .ELKIN, Local Editor and MfT. Entered at the Poit Office in Lan-cat- r, Mail Ky., as Second-Clas- s Matter. Fenian A oWiimw Raw. THE AMERICAS PWE&3 A5?OCIATX)N Uscar.fr,J..j28. 1921 Rate For Political Aaaoaacaataata. for Precinct and City Offices.. 15.00 10.00 For County Offices For State and District Offices.. 15.00 .18 For Calls, per line..... .10 . For Cards, per line For all publications in the inter-e- st of individuals or expression of lndiridoal views, .10 line .61 Obituaries, per line . ... ft Announcements We are authorized to announce the following candidates, subject to action of the Democratic August 6th., 1921; For State Seaater Primary, J. E. ROBINSON CHARLES For Circuit Jarfg A. HARDIN CoassBoawaaltk's Attorney EMMET V. PUR YEAR For Repjreseatative ROBERT H. TOMLIXSON, For Couatjr Judge J. C. WILLIAMS GREEN JR. For County Attorney CLAY WALKER For Circuit Clerk JAMES B. WOODS. JR. For Sheriff DAVE SANDERS Deputies, Athby Arnold, H. D. Lee. For County Clerk MISS FANNIE DOWDEN may be homely in its phrase olojfy it may be unimportant as compared to the vital affairs of the world but it possesses the merit of beinjr. the truth. The average country pub lisher does not resort to misrepresentation and sensationalism in the columns of his pa per. His news articles ' and items are composed of facts as he finds them, and they are not doctored or colored for the pur pose of pleasing any class or faction, or for the building up of a huge subscription list. When he takes a stand edi torially on any public question, be it local, state or national, he has in view the welfare of the people as a whole, and not the interests of some political faction or machine. His columns may contain an overplus of news, but such as there is may be read with per feet safety by the growing chil dren of the community without parental fear of instilling ques tionable thoughts and desires in their budding minds. His paper may be small, and provincial, but it is clean. The reader is never at a loss to know whether or not a state ment made by the editor is based upon fact or, whether it is composed principally of what is commonly known as "newspaper bunk." The publisher of any big city daily who can legitimately and truthfully say as much for his own paper is at liberty to amuse himself at our expense to his heart's content. It will be viewed by us in a spirit of fellowship and brotherly love. For Jailer DAVID ROSS For Magistrate Responsibility Of J. H. CLARK R. L. BARKER a legitimate and Many parents lose sight of reason for his surprising and The Parent. Mason, Tay-lo- r Smith. Fulton, Fayette, Pulaski, and Doonc counties have already begun the orgnization of their teams, do wonders for the shameful according to the report. ly neglected sick and disabled Kach county will lie represented by a team made up of three boys or men in this country, girls ami one alternate which will or it would furnish employ Judge eight rings of animals includment and relief to many of our ing two of beef cattle, two of dairy idle millions of men who are The remains were buried Sunday cattle, two of lard type hogs and two nfternoon at 3 P. M., the American facing destitution and want, The ceremonies were conducted by of mutton sheep. Prizes totalling but it was not used for either Commander Wm. F. Miller ami Chap- - $300 will be divided among the winof these purposes, or for any 'nin H. C. Ford. The pall bearers ning teams and the highest scoring individuals. A trophy valued at $.0 other legitimate American pur- in uniform, being Itichard tlso will be awarded to the winning Nathan Simpson, llrewer pose, so far as we can see. .Nelson Conn, Ash Killion and Chas. team. At the present time it Is the Frankly, we do not under Land. plan of the contest to have county stand it, and neither do the flag bearer and his aide were farm agents hold community contests The people. Walter Hryant, Jesse Simpson and We disclaim any intention or Story Herron. The tiring squad consisted of the desire to attack the administra- following: Kobt. Croutcher, T. Whit-lake- r, is a time when we tion, for this Jesse Dollim. Ed Holtzclaw, need cooperation in readjustC. Itroaddus. Virgil Reynolds, Pat ment rather than criticism and .Murphy and Hilly Cox. The two buglers were Edgar discord, but unless the secretary of the treasurv can furnish Creech and Cecil Henry. thought of yours, with this community of ours. No town is ever so perfect but what it might become a hundred per cent more so. Even ours is no exception to the rule. Housewives can prepare hearty and tasty meals Cool off in the shade if you those hot days without roasting themselves by the feel so inclined. excessive use of it stove or range. Our line of warm Let your thoughts wander weather eats includes the best products of the markets, and all are conducive to better health during afield, and gather in the ideas the hot months, when human energy is on the deof fancy that may later crystal- cline. ize into a greater nnd better community development. Pineapple, Peaches, Fruit Salad, We add a new coat of paint to our house and gaze upon Apricots, Cereals of all kinds, Tuna product with the finished Fish for Salads, Mazola and Wesson pride. Its improved appearance more than justifies the Oil, Mayonaisse Dressing, Thousand labor and expense. And if improvement is good Ice Coffee, Ice Tea, Isle Dressing, for the home of the individual, CuFresh Vegetables, Tomatoes, why not for the community as a whole? cumbers, Etc. Let your hours of idleness beget others of energy and aggressiveness. It ennobles yourself and enhances your value to the community. Give Us Light. It develops the community The people of this country and increases its value to you. are in a maze of doubt and to select community teams and later THIRTY-TW- O mystery over the millions of in hold county contests at which the terest money that is due and Eubanks community teams will compete The TEAMS teams to represent the various counto become due us on the ten Mrs. Muck Kubnnks, who ha been billions owed to us by the al critically ill for the past several Will Compete In State ties at the State contest will be selected after the county contents. days, died Saturday evening at seven lied governments of Kurope. o'clock. While her drath had born It is the people's money, and expected, came ns a Fair Junior Judging distinct shock it Card Of Thanks. yet the people are the last ones to her many frinds, who had hoped Contest. We desire to thank the friends and who are being afforded any he might experience n turn for the reighbor for their kindness in the light upon the subject. tetter. The deceased was the widow Thirty-twcounties have signified of our dear sen nnd brother. The London Times is consid cf the late Mack Kubnnks, who died their intentions of enterng a team in burial especially desire to thank the We 'our yean ago it their home on the the Junior livestock Judging contest ered the world over to oe a Imcatcr pike. She mrrtcan Legion md Kv. J. C. Taysurvived by truthful paper, and the Times one daughter, Mr. (!uy Jone, an to be held at the Kentucky State Fair, lor for their services and kind nml in its financial news makes the other daughter died seven year ago. September H, nnd eight have already consoling words May (Sod's richest begun the work of developing a team, ositive statement that arrange rormer Senator it. - Hubble is a according to an nnnouncment by M. blessings re.t on al! Mr and Mrs W It. Smith nients are under way where irother. The deceased had been a I Hall, assistant state lender of Juniand Family. and faithful member of the or agricultural club work from the by the payment of interest is "hritian Church anil was given to to be delayed for a period of nuch charity and Christian work; she College of Agriculture, who has been 1,055 Citizens Petition appointed superintendent of the confifteen years. wan n good neighbor; a splendid test. In spite of the fact that this l Our secretary of the treas wife and a devoted mother and the first ear that such an event has For Threlkeld Pardon ury states otherwise, but at the will be greatly missed in thu com- been planned In connection with Nicholas iltr. Ky , A petition same time he pays out nearly munity. The funeral w.u hold Mon- - Junior farm work indications point to signed by 1,0.15 Jessamine County lay morning at the late residence thirty-fiv- e millions of dollars with Dr. M. A. Hart, pastor, offi- a successful contest, Mr Hall said. persons, asking for the pardoning of Counties which are expected to be I'rof. T II. Threlkeld ,ha been sent to the British government in ciating. followed In The burial represented In the contest are: to !ov F.dwin I'. Morrow. order to cancel a claim for Kutfulo Springs cemetery, Stanford. Jefferson, Union, McCreary, Professor Threlkeld is serving a Mrs. Jones and other relative have transporting American troops Christian, Washington, .Mar- life term in the Reformatory for the this and freight to France in British the tentlerest sympathy of great en - ion, Fulton, Whitley, Fayette, Da- killing of Arthur Denman, Nicholai-vill- e betire community in their viess, I'ulaiki, Todd, Carroll, Nelson, merchant. shins, when by every rule of :eavetunt. Danville Advocate. ilarren, Wayne, l.arue. Mason, WarAnother petition, signed by '.'50 right and justice he should ren, Knox, Taylor, Muhlenburg, Ital- limine-- , and professional men of adhave caused that claim to be Military Funeral For ian!, Oldham, Shelby, Calloway, joining counties, also has been forcredited against the billions llnone, Kenton, Ohio, Campbell, and Foster C. Smith. Crittenden. McCreary, Christian, warded to the (lovernor. the British government owes days and weeks of the vacation period, not to the extent of hampering the child in its rest and recuperation from classroom confinement, or depriving it of the innocent pleasures of life, but rather the daily impressing upon its young mind the necessity for continuing the rules of conduct learned in its hours of study. Children are quick to learn and equally quick to forget. An impression may .sink deep today and be forgotten by tomorrow, but if it is repcudedly brought to the attention of the juvenile brain it will eventually take deep root and live. The teacher is responsible to the parent for the proper instruction of the child during its hours of study, but the par ent has a double responsibility to both the teacher and the child the responsibility of safeguarding the work of both Not Weather Eatables Currey & GuUey. o I I- life-lon- g - us. The remains of Foster ( Thirty-fiv- e millions would son oi .Mr. nml .Mrs. Wilbur .Smith formerly of this county but now of Lincoln, who was killed In action in France was shipped back to I.ancas ter for burial, the body arriving Sat frday, accompanied by Pvt. Rolling, of Camp Knox, Ky. 30,000 Killed Or Hurt Daily In United States A telegram from Chicago says, thirty thousand persons are injured or killed n the United States every day. Kvery minute live persons accidentally meet death. Twenty-on- e persons are hurt every minute. The annual number of accidents and deaths total 11,000,000. Major J. J. Crowley, who was in the War Itttk Insurance department rave the foregoing statements out at r recent meeting in Chicago. Haselden Bros., of Lancaster, say: A De will bring prosperity to your farm A DC LAVAL Wc are nuthorized to announce the following candidate., ubjcct to action of the Republican Primary, August Cth., 1021: For Magistrate NOAH MARSEE. JR. Small Town Vs. Big City. For years it has been a favorite amusement of the larjjc city dailies to refer to the local news contained in the country press as "small town stuff." It pleases the city dweller to read it at his breakfast table. It emphasizes the superiority of "metropolitan wisdom." And we of the country press are content to let it go at that; with u pawing word or two of comment. The "small town stuff" which furnishes ho much amusement to our city friends the fact that the vacation period is one of grave danger to the growing child. The boy or girl j'ust out of school feels like the caged bird that is suddenly released from partisians afterwards. Give us light! its captivity. It glories in its freedom to the exclusion of all else. Many of the lessons in de- GREAT PITY amazing action lie is laying Necessary For 30,000 the administration open to serious attack from republicans as War Horses to be Killwell as democrats. ed In The East. We are Americans first, and' In Your Idle Hours. Horse lovers throughout the coun try have been nhockcd by Colonial Secretary Winston Churchill's an nouncement that 30,000 Army horses in Mesopotamia are to bo killed because it is too expensive to bring them home. It was explained they are mainly heavy draft horses for which there Is no use In Kngland nnd that had to be fed on imported fodder. The near est possible markets are India or Kgypt, but the difficulties nnd cost of transportation thence arc sdld to be prohibitive. Shipping men say it costs to $230 to bring u horse from the Kast to Kngland, not counting horsemen's wages. The War Office view it that it ii better for the horse to be killed humanely and scientifically than to be left in the hands of natives who woultl not care for them properly, and no one would suggest turning thrm adrift In the desert. 00 Ural um kh ds tad tsm hnca ymt. k M dst.a svafr, arm-laa- ( Its la pmdant ol ncessa danas, rmj lkl it taa. MWc4 IsSWi U tfawis Mfwt Ds LmJ pstt ikaa portment that have been learned in the classroom are gradually forgotten as the child finds its way to the street. There is no room in its heart for anything but the glories of the present, unless the parental hand is ever guiding its steps. The future is a scaled book which will be opened only too soon for its purpose. Herein the function of the parent becomes of double importance to the future life of the child, for the careful work and training of the teacher must be carried on through the While resting in the cool shade these hot days why not ct your thoughts dwell upon this town and countryside upon what they need, what you can do for them, and up on how you can spur others to greater exertions in behalf of our community life? They need more thought, deeper concentration! greater action. Many a great and ennobling deed receives its inception in an idle moment. The hours of work and action serve but to expand and develop it. It might be so with that idle AiMtSMSaWrattfKasMpaw to tasnsV ssoss cassias sad i ' w (boat sS Isssa, to bey arts mmk nsajavat. at to Mf. in M sWVi,cJrirJitissasii. kssnskW IT'"- fisinassjslwsij fisssssf trptitU. Aad it LuU UaasM. 1W l last ti ansa sVsa Z.M8.80O Ds LssaV ia Jaty ass 4m jgaVi aaaj. k bnajs to ygss Ism Us ihSm mm a. Iteteas Caaaaat Tat Dt LsvsJ Ssbssssh tmmmm 4m jjTa fV1 i De Laval Sooner or later you will buy a Th Central Rtcord. LancasUi, Ky., Thursday, July 28 192! WE ARE CLOSING OUT ALL Mid-SummHooker Wllklnon, th? champion beef director nf Kentucky, It taking hi vacation this week, visiting Stanford Lbrty, Danville and other CenMist Johnetta Parra it the guest Kentucky cities. In his absence of Miss Mary Prances Campbell, In tral "Skinny" (lulley is mnWng a futile Paris. effort to til hit place. Mrs. John Scott and Mrt. V. II. Mr. John Scott, who has been lturton were visitors in Lexington spending several weeks in Lancaster Tuesday. Has gone to North Carolina, where M.is Mary Hrown Is In Itlchmond he will be engaged In the tobacco this wck attending the Teachers luainrt during the fall months. His wife will Join him in a few weekt, fcfter a vitit to her parents, Mr. anil Miss fosrphine Itaney hat tvturncd Mrs. Arch Kavanaugh. horn; after a pleasant visit to relatives in Nlcholasvillc. Miss Pattle Long entertained with Miss Annie Hell ltichardon, of i delightful lawn party at tho home Plorida, it the guest of Miss P.liza-bet- h of her brother, Mr. nnd Mrs. Kmit Long, at Marktbury. About seventy-fLogan Simpson. ive friends accepted her hospitalMisses llerndina and Marie Kngle ity nnd spent a most enjoyable eve-- i have returned from a pleasant visit ing. The house was most artistically decorated III . friends and relatives in llerea. garden flowers. Strings of Japanese lanterns were Mrt. Louis l.andram, Mrs. .1. M. stretched over the spacious front Staughton, Mr. and Mrs. Clay Sutton lawn and made a beautiful oetting. SL .vere visitors in Danville Wednesday. The party was given in honor of Miss Ileulah Prather, of Kquality, Illinois. Mirs Prances Tate and Mary Miss Long was assisted in entertainof Stanford, have been ing by Mis Leila Teater anil Miss 2. charming visitors of Mlts Ituth Car Lottie llroaddus. Delicious chocorier. late brick and cakes were served dur- S. Mitt Cora Urystit und Mrs. Dottle ing the course of the evening. s. Kstes spent an enjoyable day with Mrs II. J. Chestnut In I'alnt Lick 2. Rev, K. H. Hourland has returned from a three weeks ttay City. In New York er Hats H n re- TIRE BARGAINS 30 x 3 Non-Ski- d Tire $9.00 1- -2 30 x 3 30x3 Tubes $2.00 Non-Skl- d Tire SI 1.50 1- -2 AT VERY LOW NUCIS. Give mi call If you want a bargain. GUARANTEED SIX THOUSAND MILES. 30x3 Tubes S2.25 CENTS. GUARANTEED ONE YEAR FHANCIS-SWIT- BREAD PER LOAF NINE PLENTY ICE WATER Gossip About People Pr(f Manlioii ! Mags ky Thee Va A Mr. Charlie Sander ha been cent visitor In Danville. SANDERS VARIETY CASH STORE Miss Annie Kinnaird hat returned from n visit to Mr. and Mrt. Lewis llerndon In Louisville. lh dmlnf u4 Art MmsMtl In. ton, if Mr. and Mrt. It. P. italston and It. P., Jr., were Sunday guests her father, Jas. A. Scott. 2 GET YOUR SHARE I 9 exhibits the marvels of nwhinory and mechanism the thrilling and sensational 'eatures. You'll enjoy every minute. Of the music and mirth education nnd entertainment, and fun tuff we have lined up for you. Come and view the irlen'stinn and instructive -- Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Carter and Mm. Mattie Price Friibic is visiting on, William Campbell, were In relatives in Danville. S'icholatvillo Monday of lait week. a af Mn (icorgla Johmon relatives in Stanford. 1." visiting re- Mr. PoIIle Itrown has been a In Mr. William Kinnaird wat a mem er of the house party given by Miss llortente Lewi m (ircenshurg, Ky. Mrt. J. Roe Young, of Panama. Miss l.illie llallard bat returned and Mitt Kugrnla Dunlap Is visiting ;o her home in rreachcrtvllle, after Mrs. Plorence (Irani grandmother, Mrt. 11. P. Walter, several days visit with Mistes Llda Prances (irant, of Lexington, have lur been recent guests of Mr. nnd Mrt. in Lexington. Mae and Alice Kay. Charlie Anderson. Mrt. Kd Ilaker and little daughter, Mr. Stanley llerron ami bride have Miss Susan Huford. who has been Yada Iteryl are at Crab Orchard for returned from their bridal tour and visiting Mrs. Hubert Carter has reeight or ten day ttay. have taken roomt at Mrs. Tlntlcy on turned to Nicholasville, for a few Mrt. Nettie I!ay has been visiting Stanford street. days ttay, before returning to her the family of Mr. and Mrt. (Hit Hay Mrs, Itobert Kinnaird and little home in Newark, New Jersey. llogic, at Harard, Ky, ton. Itobert, Jr., are v .siting tier Capt. T. A. Klkm. Miss Sallie Mr. John Scott It In North Caro- -' mother, Mrs. Harrington King Wett P.lkin, Mr. nnd Mrt. Prank Martin, of na buying tobacco on the loose leaf in Lexington, Virginia. Atlanta, and Mist Joan Mount, were floor of that ttate. Claude Itlce flames returned from gue'..s of Mr and Mrs. Robert Kmbry 'n Lexington yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Itoblnion have Chicago Monday night where he has been spending the summer with hit returned from a few dtyi ttay at Judge W. II. Huford and Mrs. Hut'ttcle, Claude Itoyston. JMxir Springs. ford, Misses Lizzie Kerman, Prances, Mis Martha and Helen Hill, who Susan and Louise Alexander Huford, The many frendt of Mis Salllc at of Nicholasville, were guests of Mr. Lou Myers are lorry to hear of her rave been spending two weeks Chautauqua, N. V., have rrturn nnd Mrs. A. C. Miles Wednesday. lllnvtt and hope for a speedy recov-ir- like Mi y. for the day Mr. W. S. Klkln, Jr., of Atlanta, Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Klmorc spent was in the city a few dayt this week Monday the gueat of hit father, Capt. T. A In Louisville. the week-enMrs. Prank Itoblnson Klkm. and little Mn. Sallie Host Law son hat been laughter, of Lo'iisana, have been Mr. and Mn. Adolph Joseph and n rcrtnt vliitor In Lexington. trurata of Mrt. Kd (lames and Mrs. Lttle daughter, Doris Itose, were the P. P. Prlsbie. Mr. nml Mr. Kl (lalnc have been iruestt of Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Miles pending a few days in I.oulivllle. Messrs. William and J. V. Scott Sunday. and nister, Miss Dora, were week-enMrt. Mat Poller, who it visiting guest of Mlit Cecil Hation hat returned their sister, Mrs. T. K. Her ton, Mr. Herbert Poller, has been Price, of Danville. from a visit in Mt. Sterling ami quite III at their horn on Crab Or Mrs. II. K. Itowland and children (hard street. Miss Ilewle Marie Ware bus reItock, Ark., are visiting Mrt. of Mr. James I.. Watkins, of turned from a visit to relatives near Rowland's pnr-n- t. Mr. and Mrs. S. spent several days latt week with II. Henry on Crab Orchinl Danville. ttreet. lis brother, William Watkitit on the Mn. Mary I'rwr, of Danville, ha Danville road. Klizabeth Johnson Walker has rerem the guett of Mr. anil Mn. P. I'. turned to her home "(lien Castle" nf-tm. ton, I'rttbir. It.lllllil, .'II. Ml U(L it. II... tin ,11111 spending two weeks with her . If II I. ave II. grandmother, Mrs. Julia Walker, on Mr. anil Mrs. Delph Itlce, of Leuis-villbeen visiting relatives near Huckeye Stanford street. were in the city latt Monday ... ........i .i.... d d Ver-tallie- s. 1 1 e, cent visitor Lexington. Or. Bourland Returns. 2 Rev. K. It. Hourland has returned from the Kant after a three weeks vacation and will till the pulpit at the a AUGUST lOth, llth MT. VERNOIN FAIR MT. VERNON, KY. did cook." and 12th f I W n 9 J 9 I n tf er frum MUt Kmma Doty has returned m visit to her titter, Mrt. (ieo. iltgard and Mr. Howard in I.ouls-vU- e. Mrt. Dora Wheeler, of Junction City, hat been the guot of her daughter, Mrt. Hen Wood and Mr. Wood. Mrs. Ilottle Iluerteii and granddaughters, of lliehmond. spent the week-enwith her brother, Mr. K, L, rlagan and family. d Miss Kllza Smith and Mist Lizzie Ileitis left Monday for Richmond, where thy will ipend iieral week at the Normal School. Topics. Horn Stretch Mr. Ollie Kelly, who has been in Only the fool knows it all. "Topics of the Day" Films "Poet your cook try to make food Mr. I'attle Anderton, Mimes Al the V. S. tervice, located at Camp Hating to live by no means insures go as far as possible?" All the world is a playground, with l.ert.i. Elizabeth and l'atty Anderton Trevis, has been honorably discharg-- J "Yes, some of it all the way from most of us hard at work. Have been recent visitors of Miss ed and hat returned to the home of that you will live to eat. l is parents, Mr. ami Mrs. Sam Kelly. our residence to hers." Washington Dove Harris in Danville. When you think a task is too great Star. No doubt the trade gougers are Mr. Thomas Parks, of Danville, to be performed just consider it too Mr. and Mrt. Prank Martin, of intensely amused at Secretary Hoover. Modarn Mathod Atlanta, are spending a few weeks spent Sunday here. He wat accom- -' inilgnificant to worry about and go He has threatened them with with Mrt. Martin's father, Capt panied home by hi wife and daugh ahead. "The Smiths used to have a splen ter, who have been guests of Mr. and, Klkln. on Richmond avenuo. Mrs. James Woods, on Richmond Mrs. Henry Vater, is at Stanford ttreet. with her mother, Mrs. P. C. I'ritchett. Mr. and Mrs. It. K. MoRoberts en- -' She will make a visit to Rockcastle, tertained Saturday with a dinner parKy., before returning home. ty in honor of Mr. and Mrt. Martin,' Misses Sul.i Tribble and Mossie of Atlanta, (la., who are guest of Criscillis were the attractive week Capt. T. A. Klkln an.l Miss S.illle nd guests of Miss Anna Unyton ami P.lkin. ed to Christian church next Sunday morn- .ng. Mr. Hourland reports a delightMaid ful trip, having visited the cities of Washington, New York ard Philadel Cook Comics phia while away and it entertaining A cook is usually mistress of all ins friends hourly with hit pleasant she surveys in the realm of the experiencet. and pantry- - Cooking is a rcience that takes time to master but, when a woman learnt to cook well ll.nr A. Hurdett, formerly of this the is strongly entrenched in her eounty, lied after a shrrt illness at In some families the house, his horn- - in Mercer coui.ty Tuesday wife herself is the cook; while in othThe remains will be ers an employee is the com misery afternoon. brought to Uineaster tfr afternoon chief. Today, cooks are more or lets and burial will take place in the Lan- transient guests, with the Kaglc on caster ctmctery about 3 '.10 o'clock. the dollar (lapping it wings to lure HouseMr. Ilunlett will be well remembered them to another domicile. by of his former friends and holders use tricks, displomacy ami lelafves in this county, where he wasj maneuvers to keep the "kitchen can- jorn aru lived the major part of his nry" on the job. Thi jokesmith of i.fe. He is survived by hit widow the world press And cookdom a fernnd ev ral children. tile field for concocting funnies. Some of the laughs that come out of The children of the town arc In- the kitchen are just ai savory as the vited to the opening of the vacation most delicious food. On the screen, on the school grounds, these "cookies" are shown in "TopMonday, Aug. 1st., at 3 o'clock. The ics of the Day" Films to entertain Woman's Club has assumed charge audiences everywhere. Ilelow we cf this work nnd members of the serve cook jokes that furnish their dui will be in attendance always own good references: .luring the play hours. Parents are H Was Observant asked to In this undertakMAY "You men don't know a ing that it may become the means of giving the children, through well thing about cooking. Now, you dress a chicken?" directed play, a happy, helpful vacaHOWARD "With a fur collar in tion. summer, and pumps and silk stock.Mrs. McRoberts, ings in winter." Mono Magazine. Pres. Woman's Club. Happy "Yes, but the and Mrs. Smith could not get along." "Dear me! So I suppose Smith had to discharge her?" "Oh, no; he divorced hit wife." Detroit Gateway. home-kitch- Burdett By Correspondence? Is Cookie a capable cook Taught by a cumbersome book? When her food you do eat. You feel weak in the feet And go oil to sleep In a nook. Hutgert. Out Of Luck Mrt. N'uwed (wanting new hat), "I cook and cook for you and what do I get? Nothing!" Mr. Xuwed "Your lucky. I get indigestion." Pat he Messenger. Givca and Takes. "Does your cook give you any impertinence?" "No, the charges me ten dollars & week for it." Washington Star. -- play-groun- d how-woul- d Liberal Wife husband) Wife (to attractive "Have you kissed the new cook yet, William?" " Husband "Why-cr-n- o Wife "Well, stupid what are you waiting for? And you know what a time we had to get her!" Town ' ittended the meeting at Ilcthcl. n Newer Things, Lower Prices Mrs. .Mm N. Hrown, who has been it the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Htirnside, on the Rich mond road, routined to her bed for, several days, Is reported much better this morning. Ray ami Mrs. Sam Atkins, of Sulpher Well, Misses Klaiuj Walters, of Hannibal, Mo., Sallie Lou Teater and Kthyl Ray were the guests. Monday of Mesdamcs A. C. Miles ami; Hiram Mrs. BUY THEM ECONOMICALLY Drugs, Prescriptions, Cigars, Tobacco, Pipes, Dr. Hess Stock Food, PARIS GREEN. OUR GUARANTEE f CDSCADEN Better Selections. I ICE CREAM, Hubert Carter. I IS BEHIND EVERY ONE OF have assumed business in the Coy San- ders stand on Richmond street, opposite the picture show, with an ABSOLUTE NEW STOCK, bought on the latest market. Mrs. Herman Russell Wayland, of Oklahoma, will arrive tomorrow to I be the guests of friends in Lancas-- j ter. Later she will be with Mrs. John Yeager in this county. Dan- Mile Mcttenger. FANCY GROCERIES. FRUITS. Pred P. Pritble. Waller Hudson, of this city, Ceorge W. Pace, if Norfolk, Vu., and Prunk Sledd, of North Mlddlctown eonipoied a llshing party on the waters of Rockcastle and CumberJand. They left here yesterday nioiiiing. Messrs Mr. and Mrt. Huford Smith enter tained Saturday evening with a lawn fete, at their country home in honor of Mint I.lllle llallard. About seven-y-Ilv- c young people were present. Vniong the people were: Misses Maude Stone and Mary Hill Carman, Stanford; Blanche Speake. Lexington; Jane Rower. Wilmore; Messrs. Sherman Anderton and Paul tiarmun, Stanford, n Toilet Articles Stationery, School Supplied Paints, Oils, Glass, THESE Putty, Etc. DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS STORMES Established 185:1 DRUG STORE Phone 39, Lcneaster, Ky C. K. Engle FIRST THOUGHT IN DRUGS. JT Tha Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, July 28 92 1 1 . For High. Class Prize Winning and Producing Registered JERSEY CATTLE ATTEND THE FIRST PUBLIC SALE BY CEDAR BROOK C. JERSEY FARM UP-TO-DATE P. CURRENS, Owner. HARRODSBURG, KY. Tuesday, August 9th, 1921 BREEDING INCLUDING OUR SPLENDID HEAD OF FIRST CLASS JERSEYS OF HERD SIRE, LEDA'S GOLDEN FERN SULTAN, 153019 BY GRAND CHAMPION NOBLE SULTAN'S GOLDEN FERN, A SON OF GRAND CHAMPION GOLDEN FERN'S NOBLE, AND OUT OF LEDA'S GOLDEN DAISY DEAN, A DAUGHTER OF fcEDA'S GOLDEN LAD. THIRTY-FIVE The females in this offering are by the following great Sires: Imported Golden Fern's Noble, Oxford Knight Prince, Viola's Jolly Prince, Golden Maid's Gamboge, Noble of Summerfield, Imported Cowslips Golden Noble, Sultan of Oak lands, Harmony's Fairy Boy, Gamboge's Jolly Knight, Financial Noble, Imported Stockwell, Viola's Houpla, Molina's Fairy Boy, Lucy's Prince, Leda's Golden Fern Sultan and others. If you Need Jersejjs Combining Type With Production, Attend This Sale. TOM DEMPSEY, Sales Mgr., Wetterville, Ohio. again. Humphrey spent Saturday night and Sunday with his granddaughter, Mrs. George Kding-to- n and Mr. F.dington. Mr. and Mrs. Luke Naylor had as their guests- Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Lent Matthews, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Matthews, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Simpson and Mrs. Patsy Simpson, of Jud-soMr. Russell Write for Catalog GUY. Mr. Perry Osborn spent the week mil with Jessamine friends. Miss Fannie Mcrida was the visitor "friday of Miss Daysc Runells. Mr. Earl Doolin was the truest Sun Jay of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Marsce. Mrs. Robert Yatcr, of vijited the Misses Yatcr Thurs day. Mrs. John Osborn was the visitor Thursday of Mrs. Taylor Raney, of tancastcr. Mrs. Henry Yater is spending the week with Stanford and Brodhead relatives. Mrs. Kdd Baker and daughter, Za-I'- a Uyr', are visiting Crab Orchard relatives. Mrs. Alves Turner and three chil- dren of Indianapolis, arc with relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. William Walker were visitors Thursday of Mr. and Mrs. Roy I'rather, of McCreary. Mrs. Green l'oynter, of Lincoln, was the visitor the past week of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred l'oynter Mrs. Simon Tankersley nnd Miss Fannie Mcrida spent Monday with Mr. nnd Mr. Henry Tuttlc. Mr. nnd Mn. R. II. Ward and children, of Kirksville, visited Mr. and Mrs. Milton Ward lat week-enMr. Newell Ham and sister, Mis Stella, of Somerset, have been the recent quests of Mr. and Mrs. Kdd been the yucit recently of her sister, Mrs. D. A. Hervcy and Mr. Hervcy, of I'aint Lick. Mr. and Mrs. J ,P. Foley, Mr. Taylor and daughter, Malinda, were recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. Mrs. Arthusa Currcy, of Lancasweek visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Sutton and Mrs. Carrie Maker. Miss Mary Brown has 'or and Miss Malinda Taylor motored to Hackley Sunday and spent the day with Mr. and Mrs. Philip Foley. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Ward were hosts at a charming dinner Thursday. Their guests were Mrs. Green Poyn ter, of Lincoln, Mr.. Wm. Clark, of the Lexington road, Mesdames Wm. Scott, Ollie Graham, and Alfred l'oynter. Mrs. Carrie Davidson and Mr. und Mrs. W T. Sutton had for their Sunday visitors Mr. and Mrs. Z. T. Rice and two sons and Mrs. Zelia Donaldson, of Richmond. Mrs. Davidson accompanied them to Richmond Sunday afternoon for a little visit. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Turner gave a delightful dinner Sunday. The following accepted their hospitality. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred I'reston and family, of Bryantsville, Mr. and Mrs. Marian Hendrix nnd children, of Stoney Point, Mr. James Naylor, Mr. and Mrs. John Osborn and Miss Lee Anna Otbom. Sunday, July 24 th. the sisters nnd friends of Mrs. Ligc Forbes of McCreary gave her a prepared dinner, it being Mrs. Forbes 17th. birthday. guests were prcs.- About twenty-fiv- e ent, among them being the following: Mr. nnd Mrs. Wm. Walker Mr. and Mrs. Homer Humphrey, of Bourne, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Stone, Mr. nnd Mrs. J. W. Jackson and Mr. and Mrs. Martin Ilroghin, of Bryantsville. A bountcou dinner wns served and all had an enjoyable day nnd left wishing Mrs. Forbes many happy returns of he dny ORCHARD CROVC our local boys opened by a nice three bagger, which brought in two scores, The Danville boys made their four scores in the first half when the local boys made a couple of wild throws ever second. The remainder of the game Mas played and none of the local boys made an error. The Danville boys put up a hard fight but vas out classed from start to finish. LOYD. Mr. Sam Naylor, who has been sick is improving. Mrs. G. B. HulTman spent Sunday ter spent last Davidson. School will open here Monday, August lit.- The teachers will be .Misses Leona Lylton and Alice Furgeson. Arthusa Currey, W. T. Sutton nnd CarrU Davidson were the truest for the day Wednesday of Mr and Mrs. James Yantis. Mr. tad Mrs. J .P. Foley, Mr. Tay Mesdamca with relative near nl'ri. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Herbert Shcrrow n girl, christened Pcachic Mae. Mrs. James Stone and little daugh ter, have returned from a visit with friends in Danville. Mr. and Mrs. Arbcr Lee and ciill dren spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs George Kdlngton. Messrs. Adams of Round Hill spent Sunday night with their sister, Mrs. Klisha Adams and Mr. Adams. Little Miss Dorothy and Master Oris Huffman have sufficiently re covered from chickenpox to be out Kirby Teater shipped out a lot of cattle Saturday. d Mr. W. B. Cunningham has Mr. S. N. Sander spent Saturday a new Ford touring car. with Mr. J. D. Ray. Mrs. K. H. Ballard is in Lexington, Mrs. Harris Teater and son, were the guest of her sister, Mrs. W. T. r;uests of Mrs. Wm. Ray Monday. Woolfolk. Mr. and Mrs. Ollie Black nnd baby Little Mis Roxie Fay Mullins, of were visitors on Sugar Creek Sunday. Lexington, is the guest of her grand-mothe- r, Jim Hicks sold some hogs to BurMrs. Nan Mullins. ton Sanders nt 10 cents per pound. Vogel returned home Mr. Louis Mr. and Mrs. Harris Teater nnd to Cincinnati Wednesday, after two Wesley son, visited Mr. nnd Mrs. weeks stay with relatives here. Messrs. W. J. Broadus, Geo. Broad- - Simpson Sunday. Miss F.tta Bell Ross Is spending n us. Sr., Arch Broadus nnd Miss l.ettie lroadus, were guests of Iincastcr 'vw days in Lexington visiting her rnelc, D. Turner. friends Mondny. Misses Alice nnd l.ydia Mae Ray Mr. nnd Mrs. J. Hogan Ballard were in Nicholasvllle last week n the were the guests of their sister Mrs. 4ruest of Mr. and Mm. K. II. Klder Buford Smith near Judson Saturday night. ittcnding the Chautauqua. Mr. ami Mrs. J D. Ray, Mr. nnd Mrs. W. J. Broadus is expected to nve in n few dnys for Pineville, Mrs. Fred Snyder anil baby girl were where she will be the guest of her guets Sunday of Mr. nnd Mrs. Sam Sutton near McQrcary. nothcr, Mrs. - I. Brown. Mrs. - L. Matthews entertained Mrs. It. B. Montgomery Dr. nnd l.irk, Thursday Mrs. John Simpson, Mrs. nnd little children, of Paint were guest Sunday of their parents, ''ronley Hardwick, Mrs. Bill Matthew 'ind daughter, Arligh and Mrs. Ollie Mr. and Mrs. John Bryant. Campbell enter-allie- d Black unil baby, F.dna Karl. Mr. and Mrs. John Mr. nnd Mrs. Rally Ray entertain the following to dinner Sunday: Rev. Geo. S. Conant nnd family, fd Mr, und Mm. Raymond Rurchel, Mr. and Mrs. Clint Hill und little Mr und Mrs. Jim Hicks and children, Mr. und Mrs Charlie Mc.Million and Jnughtcr. Mrs. Nan Mullins entertained the baby und Mr. and Mrs. Bradford following to dinner Sunday: Mr. and Siurdett und son Sunday, A delight Mrs. Charlie Smith, Mrs. Will Hotz-ela- ful dny wns spent. and Mrs. Lizzie Mullins, all of MT. HKBRON Lexington. Mr. Kzra Woods returned home afMrs. II. - Thompson is on the ter a weeks stay in Hazard. Mrs. It. K. Swope nnd Mrs. C. C. sick list. Mrs. W. I (irow is confined to her Meeker were tho guests of their sister, Mrs. Ken Moss, of Nicholasvllle, bed with lumbago. Mrs. Hubert Stone, who has tyWednesday. phoid fever is Improving. Mr. B. A. Duncan of Bryantsville, Bryantsville defeated Danvile Sunday, July 24th. by the score of 9 to is with his daughter, Mrs. Harrison 4. This was a fast game until about Dean. Messrs. Frank and Carl Lane are tht last half of the fifth Inning when pur-chaseI- BRYANTSVILLE Mrs. of their grandmother, Foster at Judon. Miss Lucy Grow attended a birth day party of her little cousin, Ruth Rogers, at her home In Danville last Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Vanderpool and children, returned to their home in Lexington after a visit with relatives here. Mr nnd Mrs. K. C. Montgomery and ditughter, HI la mac, were with her parents, Mr. ami Mrs. Joe Price Saturday and Sunday. Mr. nnd Mrs. Stce Walker and little son, F.ugene Cnvil, of Marks-burwere with Mr, and Mrs. F. W. Montgomery for the week-end- . Mum's Flossie and Thelma Scott, uf Lexington, who spent two weeks with Mrs. Wm. and Miss Jelda returned to their home Friday. gucts Ja. Mrs. Luther May nnd three children of Lexington, Mrs. Ben Motley, (f Nicholaivibe are spending two weeks with Mr. Lucy F.at, Mrs. taura Kite, and family, of l.ancastrr. Mrs. Ida Scant I) n, of Frankfort, vlnted Mrs. Mal Carter nnd Mrs. Permelia Bogie last week. Mr. and Mrs. Tilden Hoocr and daughter. Willie Belle, have gone to Hazard to live. We are very sorry to give up this good family. Our best wishes go with them in their ew home. W. M. S. met Thursday. Mrs. Walter Grow IhI the meeting. Mrs. A. l Miles, Mrs. T. S. Pieratt. Mrs. Hubert Carter and Mrs. Nora Teater had splendid rcaJirig. Mrs. Dave long will lead the next meeting. I y, On-sto- Mr. nnd Mrs. C. B. Smith and little son, and Mrs. Rebecca Holtzclaw. of Lexington, were here Sunday to se the latent sister, Mrs. K. F. Scott. Mr. F.d Grow, wife nnd daughter, 1' Ida Were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Duncan at Burgin n part of last week and attended services nt Baptist church there. Muny a man blesses the day he married his wife. She furnishes the meal ticket. Senator Spencer of Missouri is quite Justified in owning nnd operating a Lizzie. It gets his name in the funny column. This is said to be the hottest sum mer in fifty years. That ought to prepare some people- - for a hotter dace yet to come. In faOiionable society it l con sidered immodest for ir lady to her ears. Further, ye ed sayeth BUCKEYE .c Mrs. Frank Land and Miss Sallie not. Noel are on the sick Int. Judge und Mrs. Price, of Richmond visited Mr. und Mrs. Ilobart Price re- cently. Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Sanders and laughters spent Sunday in Lancaster EXCURSION with relatives. Mr, nnd Mrs. Hiram Ray nnd family spent Wednesday in Crab Orchard with Mrs. I.. L, Sunders. Mr. nnd Mrs. R '.. Price, of Paint Lick, were guests of Mr und Mrs, Ocwey Price Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. Sam Aikini, of Sulphcr Well, visited Mrs. A. C, Miles, Mrs. Hiram Hay and Mrs. Geo. Hendren lust week. Miss F.lsle Walters, of Hannibal, Mo., was a guest of Misses Sallie Lou Teater and Kthcl Ray from Saturday CINCINNATI, O., and return via $3.15 L.&N. $3.15 Sunday, July 31. 1921 Special train will laava Laa carter Si29 A. M., rftturaiaf will Uava Fourth St. Statia. until Tuesday. CiaKiiwati .30 P. M. Staadard Mrs. Herbert Whlttaker, Mrs. Dan TbM, (7:30 P. M. CUy Tim.) Ray and Mrs. Dewey Price entertained a number of friend and relatives Far further iafarmatia to dinner Sunday. uk Lacal Tickat Afaat Th Central Record, Lancaster, Ky.. Thursday July 28, 92 1 1 New Livestock Circular member of the stalf It is complete-!illustrated throughout All breed, of hor-w'- , lieef rnttlr. sheep and swine re given special at- What m mid tu k one of the It a In) tntiofi in the tHJblwntmn. tonsplctc Itvesto. k publication sued ly the College of Agriculture rosttnin a Ixi of the livestock record ii, and their addre-sseand i na just come otf the pre bring distributed to interested per- Copies of the new circular may he son. Tho circulnr. which is No. 1)0 obtained frit? by writing the hxperi entitled, "KunimeataU of Uvtwiock meat .Station. I.e.ingtti. Judging A Study of Type and People who seek notoriety are Breeds." i a complete livestock handbook for farmer, containing mstruc often diapHiinted when the) get it tin on how to judge all r'.ar and breed of farm an. ma. :in.i a lir.rf T'e man who ha- - mure money T',r t'an t knows h.iv to pend has no lutory of the l. litre-- . brc I ublu-atiowa prepari I un lcr '.cj r a!' n l.fl'i ng u w l''ng tcu'ier y Distributed To Farmers. lij. Itn, WMi.rn .Haiyiiii Union) "You must not he discouraged, AbWhen a man rocs into Business and asks for ner," ptcj Mr. Wiildrmi In her pacredit his THREE C's are investigated CHARACtient, )iuptlil(lnc way. TER, CAPACITY and CAPITAL "I'm nsl, motlier," wa the prompt The result of hut Infinitely weary response. "It I this investigation usually determines his general not the lot of business, home and credit standing. friend. What worrlea we I the fact tint aftrr all my sarriflce. I shall A, In not l ahl to pnjr my creditor full, It I pretty heavy loud for n old nun I Ik me to curry." "Itriiiriulirr tin rnmle: 'On ulioln f!(l's Imnd reoteth, hwth ((d at hi" right linnd.'" Abiifr Wsldron tried to sinllf tirar- ly, klsxed the dear old patient far of Ida lielpmn-t- , and left tliu houke for Id arrtitiiniil stroll. Il tuit done trry ell In hulnes ), until u smiHitli, smart city liml comr to AIMon, with A young man, by beginning to save early, can Idea. He I, ml tiramhi-- out. in time provide capital, and it is safe to say that in the slivk sdieiiier had reupd a rkb of saving he will, by the time his capital the process linrxct, mid then failure. is accumulated, already have builded well the other Abiier had ttirtil over every ptnnj two C's character and capacity. lii hil In tli Morld. It pnld up eierr t lit u sf eirrpt few tlioupalid dolluri Money saving pays big dividends. Try it. Mr. Witldron had In her own right mall farm In an adjoining munry Ttiey bad divided to if" th're, an were now on til-- of departur "It's the old'T ililldreu, Itlrliard aqt LANCASTER, KY. Maud, that I care Hlxiut," the tlimictj frbncaj We sell traveler. Cheques, which are good in ful Imnknipt bud told Id ! ailel rn.-.- t Itiir hi tieltT Ahlier the United State. and all foreign countries. hor. and tiMik a lonely route out cf town Me ma mmiii among the sanf hill, lie wanted to think, (dan nip resignation for the prvent. cmitcn i .f K S (ioiwl. Iicnd of the nient fur the future. It wh a grey !ytn an t :il iiilundr department of ti e sand district about AIMon lli rg- an. I enntr'huted to h) nil along up lake bore, air currrnta lijf t yellow mountain of t Idled ( Character, Capacity, Capital. The Buried Stage Coach My HAROLD 3INCLAIRE. iMimiti pru-mnl- You'll get somewhere with a pipe and P. 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A. is crimp cut and stays putl home-mad- e n rrion gri-H- 'hlftlng partlrU. rfr arwli HOW CAN THIS BANK SERVE YOU? Our legitimate Held of use fulness is the serving of the people of this community. If you are earning a salary and want to improve your condition in life, talk it over with us. A hanker has access to many facts which are not generally Perhaps .some of them may known to the public. he of value to you. HAVE YOU A SAVINGS ACCOUNT WITH US? THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. S. C. DENNY, Cashier. Copfrol $50,000. Honor Roll Bunk ti ' Surplus $50,000. Heavy Milk Producers Need Plenty Of Water Tho Importance of supplying dairy-cowwith an abundant supply cf oloan, cool water during tho hot summer month l brought out by experiment which show that the amount of wnter required I in direct proportion ta the amount of null, produced, according to pociali!U in the dairy department of the College of Agriculture. During the summer cows will wjulro an amount of water equal to bout three time the amount of milk produced. In one ease a cow Bivlng 'J7 pound of milk drank 77 paund of water each day. The umi' cow drank but 13 pound of water dally when giving no milk. A caw producing 100 pound of milk each day drank more than '.'!i0 pound per cent of of water. Klghty-sove- n 'he milk produced by cow and nearly 'hroe-fourtof her body i water, ay. Tho amount of 'he specialist water required by her I determined by the amount of milk she I yielding, h. ttjther condition. The kind of feed she is receiving and of men are the one oy the least. , who iit i Some men achieve grontnc the wisdom af other. The pen thru but mot of typewriter. mightier than the sword, u use a pencil or u ulone. to let A few I'wj'lo live for self Mid the public is quite willing t go it that. We term them the weaker sex, but many a poor duvll wlshe they wore not half xi strong. There is a world of joy in tho straight and narrow path, but who want the whole earth? They say a woman can't drive a nail, but most of them can drive their husband to do it for them. It t often the case that tho smaller the man the bigger tho tombstone that is erected to hi memory. W. J. Ilroadui, Miss Mary Hollo Halcomb and Mr, Louis Hubert Culloy. W. ilroadus, wore guests of Mr. Jennie Ituble of Danville, was friends Monday. tho guest lust week of Mr. H. C. Mrs. Hello Tomilson and Miss MarItuble ami family. garet Hobinson, have returned homo and, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Halcomb arc re- after several weeks stay with Mr. and It I Why' I hhall he eiigulf.-d- ' congratulations over the ar- Mrs. Hugh Tomilson, of Toledo, Ohio. like qtilckHnd'" he reflecteil in vis Id ceiving alarm. He Mruggted oti. came to a rival of a little boy. Mrs. II. II. Montgomery nnd little turn In the gully anil itlmjy made out Me. and Mrs. Jumo Harvey Allen, children of Paint Lick, have returned gnarled tree root. s slanting mas of of Georgetown, were tho guests last homo after a two weeks stay with Abner ran to It Hpw-d- . a cavity wa revtaled, and Re dropped Into ilnrk Friday of Miss Maymo I.eo llallard. her parent., Mr. and Mrs. John W. IJryant. fully lt feet He tood on a lie Mr. ami Mrs. K. II. Kldcr. of sandy foundation, apparently of iim Mrs. O. M. Moreland nnd son, spent a few days last week large sheltered void, Kef ore him mat with Mr. and Mrs. J. Hogan llallard. James llourbon. Misses Xillah Dawc hy Kit appor'-en shel tin Rack of It was a great, lumbering, old fashioned vehicle. Attached were tds of a team of horset keleton Tbrillod. maed. In almost a shoul the electrified otnerver gaspeil out : "The lot tag coach'" Ves, It could he no other It was no other To thl shelter on the night tht hank waa moved the horn- - had tr)ed, to be envsloped. wnlloed of up In the great wiodlng wreath sand, past rescue ad tight until now. is emphatically More match, cloer lnpectlon, and there. Intact, just a they bad we a bsen originally Mowed, were the Iron as you do. know fcoie. Abner found the bank treasure- hi hy right of discovery, hi by Nevertheless, we have planright of legal Inheritance. ned go into it next month all the dark clouds passed away. So the ad' Drooping root end euuble as sellers. In of venturer to regain th open air when improve aim breed the sandstorm wm over, and the famof swine in Kentucky, aved. anfl soon there ily roof wa were two Joyful weddings. we announce a tid Nicho-tasvilld The Mrnk environment rhllteil hinv but at the ll.e time quieted, Alor ,md undisturbed, he reviewed all th pant. Then In a nhtmlrnl ijr I toy of the nng nco rmnr t hi lusiuor HI father had hern e nigh mine; rlfht umong thee tnnrhrrou sn nearly for'y Mil ine. Th of the hu eent a the Jnme through the nliote illstrlct Waldron had remonl hi ll'tle country tiank to Albion from Snnkatuck In the In g"ltf county )er fctd hem carried In Iron botrp m an nbl ige comcIi, It driver t hi nay auiniig the sand hill. up, and be m (real storm hud eut gitlnt a ro.1 ftlonn (rt;m hi nd renderel lnenslMe. When he came hack to cinaiu e tht the tai:e cmoh. the avasure. had disappeared Titer.- - vn svarrb all ofvr the country. It srottght no retails. With illfflrulty tli ranker met th arrat 1va. The sky had Asrketied while Ahtiei at dreaming. A blinding r.Vn of sand cut hi face. 'T1 I getting erl us"' he etrlaluia. a he slid nearly In a gully Hie Itagth of a hill. l tloren two towerWc mountain of CorrrljH 1C31 r i l:.rt.!J Teh.cfn Co. Wto.icn .tira N ier Fringe Albert the national joy tmokm Mrs. Chas. Tarter, of Somerset, ami Mary Halcomb and Mr. II. A. has returned home after several days Dawes, Jr., were in Danville Monday r. shopping. with her daughter, Mrs. Clyde Kol-gie- t BRYANTSVILLE ( Delay nit lot-le- $Mi wl.) hs lior'. Mr. Martin llrogli is n recent visitor in Nicholaiville. Dr. and Mrs. II. C. IIom- and sun, Jamc l.oar, were in I.uxlngton Sunday. Misses Stella Mae Crow and May-ni- o I. co Uallard were in Lancaster Saturday. Mr. Henderson Whcoler, of Kirks-villi. the guest of Mr. nnd Mrs. e, Mr. and Mr.. Martin llrogli enterMr. ami Mrs. Jeno Oullcy ami chil- tained the following to dinner Sunguest. of Mrs. day: Mr. and Mrs. Charlie It. Burn-sid- e dren were week-en- d Frank Wheeler and Mrs. Hilton, of nnd Mr. James Iino nnd family, Kirksvillo. of Camp Nelson. Misses Mary and Jennie Skinner, of Harrodsburg, have been tho guest. of their brother, Mr. Joe Skinner and Mr. Skinner. Mr. and Mr. PMOTIffiRS Tor Thro rli to OTAll S1MU ? 4er-u- .& umr HavartadaChild-Mrt- Cnrtlona By Using au SOOIIITS aoTHIBaOODUSIal NituuiciCo.,Oirt. SST Aruat ntt S. Kentucky Farmers and Breeders! This Important Announcement is for You at The present just n buyer's market that to our to furtherance the W. 0. RKJNEY W. H. DICKERSON W. 0. RIGNEV S CO. FiiMral Oirictors and Ewbalmiri Office Phone 18. Out sf tht Mouth of Bab. Children have franknesn imn to a Itne science. Those of their ldni who pride themselves upon being frank should conaliter that the little one nro born . thst way. Horn of th fearful thing clilhsii y would take a "grownup" years to work up courage to hand out orally. Take young Hilly, who ha a parfer Ice cretim coucs ticular fnndur and custurd. A neighbor mado n custard for William and turned It over to hU inotber lit. 'lite neighbor hapieneI to for come In later and. seeing Hilly, asked him If he liked the custard. "Saw," was hi startling answer, "It didn't tatw good," Washington 111 Special Sale of Coldstream Durocs At Coldstream Farm, August go under the it a success from 16, 1921 This sale having been decided on, nothing is to be left undone to make the bidder's viewpoint. ully hammer-beautif- A goodly number of our choicest young sows will bred, massive individuals, each weighing 500 lbs. or more. Great Top Col., a splendid young boar, standing, as a senior yearling, 44 inches high, on a bone, with S3 inches over the back between the eyes and root of tail. The sows are all bred for early September farrowing mostly to Walt's Trm$ itthtind Terms will be arranged for those who so desire and can furnish satisfactory bank references. CI Remember the date also the fact that adverse market conditions for us mean advantageous transactions for the purchaser. For particulars, address F. O. BIBLE, General SHFcriHteRsJent Star. H Residence Phone 33. Lancaster, Kentucky. laid an egf hen ha "Another What do you marked with a '(V suppose that 'C stsuds fort" And I "I hop' It stand for cents. hope thuy don't lay any eggs tsrawd with dollar aatrka.M toaUvlila spina far Lowtr Fries. COLDSTREAM FARM LEXINGTON KENTUCKY The Central Record. Lancaster Ky. Thursday. July 28. 92 1 1 . "OLD KENTUCKY HOME" IS SAVED Sum Necessary for Pur chase Of "Federal Hill" as State Shrine Is Secured. Preservation of the "Old Kentucky .Home," in Nelson county, ; I n n ill In unon u ama: aaaaara aaaaavmi maaaawawawaaa aaaaaaaaaaaaai msnaawaam aaaaaaai aaaaaaai America's Most Traveled Public Man. (Philadelphia Public Ledger,) ClatiiM CttaM RATESi Single insertions Ic a word No ad taken for less than 20c In this column, No ads In this column charged, Seven insertions for the price of five Phone orders must be paid promptly. maaaaaaaaam aaaaaai aaaaaai shrine. i assured. The commission appointed to raise the sum nccrss.ar to purchase the property make thin announcement in Its preliminary report lued and made pub-li- e recently a follow: To the People of Kentucky: Thi i a jireliminary report ot the result of activities dvring tic month of May lnt of the "Old Kentucky appointed by Home" Comml.ion. Governor Morrow under legislative authority, to devise and recommend a plan by which the Commonwealth ef Kentucky could purchase the estate of "Federal Hill." In Nelson county, celebrated as the home that Inspired and where was written and tomposcd Stephen C. Foster's immor- Mil tal ong, "My Old Kentucky Home." The deeply regretted death of the ite Alvin Tobia Hcrt, an honored member and treasurer of the comy mission; the natural and desirable in completing ami c!oing of account. of Mime of the many centers of contribution, and the difficulty of jetting a meeting of the commi.ion in the vacation period, have operated to delay a full report, which will be made later in detail. For the information of the public it can now be Mated that a sufficient um wa contributetl in .mall mount by Kentucklan at home and by lovinir expatriates of Kentucky all aver the Union to purchase Federal Hill, pay the expense incurred in the movement nnd leave a small margin sufficient to care for the estate until the Legislature shall assemble and determine upon a method for It preservation as a shrine of State I ' pride and love of home, The commission regrets, very much that the contributions were not to provide means for desirable improvement and repair of Federal Hill, so that it might at once be put n a condition to present it to the commonwealth substantially restored nnd beautified as such a shrine and such a Rift shcild be. As it is, and considering business conditions, the many calls for other purposes of more practical nature and the fact that L. H. tiazlay, treasurer, 810 Colum small contributions were especially bia Building, Louisville. Ky. Mr.. Invited and large ones not stressed, Gazlay, who was secretary to Mr. the commission thinks the response Hert, has been elected treasurer in was very generous and highly credit- his succession to carry on the work able to the people of Kentucky, and with which she Is perfectly familiar. The commission wish to refer to takes this opportunity to thank the thousands who gave their mites and the fact thut there has been some criticism of the $50,000 purchase their interest. At the outset in March the sum of price of the Federal Hill as being The option to purchases about $7,000 was privately contributed to the commission for the purpose was taken in the fall of 1020. As a of securing an option, and enough ad- farm and empty homestead for agriditional was borrowed to make a pay- cultural and dwelling purposes only, ment of $10,000 upon the purchase it is conceded that the place Is worth of Federal Hill and meet the expenses considerably less than that sum. inseparable from the task of organ- Hut the purchase brings to the comizing the movement throughout the mission and will carry with it to the State. No salaries or allowances State a large and very valuable of antique mahogany, rosewere made for any purpose what)- ver except for clerical employes, wood and walnut furniture, rare and printing, postage, advertising and valuable portraits in oil by distingu,:ecessary cost of communication ished artist. and many historical re'rom the bureau organized and di- lics of national unit State interest. rected by Marvin II. Lewis, executive While it is manifestly difficult to set any exact price upon treasures of chairman. There were received in contribu- thi sort, the commission, acted upon tions up to date (inclusive of such the advice and assumption that these operating fund and a few yet out- intimate artistic souvenirs of times standing pledges receiveable from a slid conditions imperishable in the I committees and Individuals) $C0,-80- memory of Kentucktnns possessed a A sum of $40,000 altogether value to the State much greater than i as been ordered to be paid upon the could be realized In the open market $30,000 purchase price agreed upon for antiques. They have reason to for Federal Hill. When all the; ac- believe that this collection nnd the counts are settled, the commission will present cost of placing the house are be able to pay off the remaining worth more than the purchase price. $10,000 which is due upon the estate As the home of n beautiful, historic on or before July 1, 1022, and have ideal its value is inestimable, nnd eva small sum left for its temporary ery year will add to it. rare. In order to make secure these It wa the earnest desire of the treasures untl they can be properly has inlommlssion to provide fundi iutfi- - protected the commission cient to enclose the woodland of structed thut the house at Federal thirty-fiv- e acres of the estate im- -' Hill be closed to the public untl such 1mH If, t nit. ... ..v.; ,iir,nnnillMi. I. Lak... igil- - i time as they have made final disposiIIUII1V, truct a substantial roadway through tion of its occupation by the State, 't, make necessary repairs to the or upon such special occasions and rouse, restoration of its contents and under such limitations as it may provide n proper tablet recording the direct. commission purpose nnd significance of the voIn concluilor the luntary popular subscription which would respectfully remind those who made the preservation of "My Old l.ave not contributed that their conKentucky Home" possible. tributions will be gratefully received, These Intentions unfortunately Lcknowledged and accounted for In a cannot be realized unless, indeed, later detailed report. those who haw not contributed shall HOME COMOLD KENTUCKY MISSION. fee proper to add such sums as they may determine to the list of those Uy Marvin H. Lewis, Executive who have already generously given. Chairman; Young E. Allison, ComA sum of about $10,000 is urgently mittee. needed for the purposes named. The Public office Is a public trust, but commission will gladly receive and acknowledge further contributions to our selections are not always the fund, which may be sent to Mrs. ai a Ken-luck- y I n .m JIUMV mm na AT m P. M VUII p ' I Friday, July 2 9th 3:30 - I The most traveled man In Ameri can public life i widely known nnd He has carried the imaa wi.Mv most weight the furtherest distance of nny of his various compatriot, He has traveled nearly all his life in the interests of the public and now the is to retire from a life on the "rattler" n the traveling salesmen jind the sports writer know the mod em railway train- - and take his place on the bench in the world's highest court a position he like better than the Presidency of the United States, He i a pilgram who has tolled over long roads since the days of youth, He ha traveled on steam car, elec trie cars, automobiles, steamship nnd electrically driven ships, Horses, donkeys, even balky mule have been the Alpha of the entourage of which hew a the conspiciou Omega. Once jhe got stuck on n Western hilUide in a muddy slough. They retrieved In stalled motor car only after he had climbed down into that ndheslte Iowa mud that stlcketh closer than a brother, but the mud was not altogether to blame, for he i what the followers of a Dempey or a Carpen-tie- r III! call a "heavyweight" In his pilgrimage from a Cincinnati law otTce to the mountain top of fame's Immortal glory he ha m oil Proces FOR SALE: New Used only six weeks. stove. Mrs. It. D. Illanton, Maple Ave. FOR-SALE- : model H. Used for bargain. Ford truck, 1020 but little. Will sell Jesse dulley. Camp Dick Robinson. I! For light housekeep FOR KENT: ing hree second lloor room, with lights water and bath. Mr. J. II. Liwsm, Hill Court. (7.21-21- ) FOR SALE: Within the nest 30 Chin, i'ays, six Registered I'olnnd (lilts, il month old. John Anion. R. F D. No. 3, ljncater, Ky. wit-ties- dc-'a- Batteries For Lancaster Batteries For Lexington This will be one of the very best games of the season. Will you be one among the thousand to be there? O. R. suf-Icie- nt col-ecti- the evolution of the facilities of travel. In his day the airbrake of We.tWghoue, the giant steel steed of Itahlwin and Rogers, the palace car of Pullman with all Its comfort uiul convenience, and finaly the smokcess, electric train made possible by a Steinmctz or an Kdiin, have come to supplant the antiquated wooden conch "crawler" of yesterday. The steamship on which he sailed to Europe on hi t honeymoon it a pigmy compared to 'the giant leviathan on which one now travel to the far corner of the earth. The only modern mejn of conveyance of which he h.i not availed himself i the swift canvas wtngcil eagle of the cloud the mrplune, but a he s.iys, "my style of architecture i not udapteil to the llying machine I would capite the stablest of them." Other public men in the national life of these United States have trav- eled long and far, but they are "al-J- o rans" In the lit of long time, long distance touring chnmpion in the tournament of Uncle Sam. Theo. dore ltooevelt made pilgrimage in- ' to the heart of the African and South American jungles. Woodrow Wilson Fine, but esasyed boldly forth acros troubled wnters to the peace tables of Europe. It often lm. a laagaaie ,c "T William Jennings Ilryan for years Distillery, 2 Drug Qem. has moved hither and thither over hi native health with the bell ringers MlfM en Her Away Happy. And 4 glee clubs of the chautauqua Lasreda Bersaa Ml shall pat teat and the poison 1 her eoap tonight" Relaaaa circuit. Cited As Dry Hut all of them yield the palm to "Ok, farrows, hew caa yea be a heartless I Let her have a good meal this most traveled man In American Violators. tat: pat It la her dessert." Prince- public life, who has carried the most ton Tiger. weight the furthest distance of any HEARINGS COLLINS PLANS of his various compatriot in avoirOamst Stone H dupois. Now you have guessed his The dampness In a stone noose can name. Yes. Lexington, Ky.. Samuel Collins, William Howard Taft, recent- be lessened by painting the outside Federal Prohibition Director, the house Irst with a beery prim-la- now Chief Justice of the United ly launched a drive against an alleged of In the uiual way. The States Supreme Court. whiskey ring with ramifications In oaly ceat. then to do away with the other war several States. The management of dampness I m lath aad plaster the a distillery, two drug firms and four rooms, tearing an air spare boh lass IN individuals, all in Northern the plastering. were cited to appear before What Aunty MloeesJ. Prohibition Inspector Elijah Hoggs In Jail a was rnthnstastlc over a com-ed- y hearings the last of the month. she had seen at a moving picture United The heads of the II. K. Pogue Distheater, aval proceeded In jumbled cittillery Company, Maynville, were baby fashion to explain what she had Of Kened to appear Wednesday at n hearing arm. The thing that Impressed he For The Eastern District Hogge in t.e Federal the most was a toe dancer with short before Mr. tucky, In Bankruptcy. Hicks and Lackey Cultivators. Silo Filler. Manure Ridimr Snreaders. Wheat Drills. Plows, Ice Cream Freexer, Screen Door, and Window and many other good at cost. Still trimming prices md not Parks and Turner customer. J. It. MOUNT & Co Poland One big type, big bone. hina Hoar for sale. From one of lawn's best herd. You must see this We are Uwr to apprecnte him through with him nnd will sell him worth the money. '.. I. Rice and Son, t mie on Huckeye pike. .) CARPENTER, Mgr. Wm. KINNAIRD, Capt. Ileautiful Colonial FOR SALE of land, Residence and 12 acre known as the Curt Robinon home, Ave miles from Inraster on Lexing ton pike. Will sell at a lurgain, or trade for a farm off pike Also have 15 acres of land, with good house mite off Lexington f and barn, pike that is a bargatn for quick sale. (i. C. Walker, (tf) one-hal- STATE CHARGED MALE HELP WANTED: Idle? Dig business is ready for you, Sell Itn product direct to farmers on credit. If you own team or auto, are under SO, can give bond, we start you. Twenty million uso our pro- Firms Individuals ducts, (lood territory open. Write R. Watkine Co.. Dept. 114. Winona, Minn. It's your last life chance." J. A Suggestion To Farmers foresight are now for their obligations due March 1st. Our long term Farm Loans will enable you to do this. It will save your farm and protect your Come in and talk it ot'er credit. The men with arranging g Ken-tuck- THE DISTRICT COURT States with us. S. T. A. E. W. HANDLE. .102 Fayette National Hank, Lexington. Ky. Of The The fact that you do not understand your neighbor at alt does not worry him in the least. You have hi sympathy, lo-'- 0. Huilding at Maysville to show caue why its Federal permit should not be revoked for violation of the prohibition laws. Member of the S .11. Well & Comliquor pany, Covington, wholesale tlculers, are cited to appear Thursday at the Federal Huilding Coving-to- n She said. "Oh. aunty, flatly skirt. yon should bate Been the girl la fall In the mutter of John C Morgan, a bloom." Attention Hunters Positively no fox hunting or hunt-o- f any character or trespassing on our farms. Any violator. will be prosecuted. W. S. Embry, W. A. Price, T. J. Price. Ed and N. II. Price, Fisher Herring, Crit Meadows, Ansel Meadows, John Collier, J. S. Schooler, Joe Crisclllis, J. M. Criscillls, Robert Speake, Ceorge Conn, Jim Conn, Henry Arnold, Marion Johnson, W. E. Whltakcr, Tom Conn, J. M. Meadows. W. T. King, John Rich, Namss Traces! to Chinese. Many iiuim-of cities, mountains aad rivers In the West, and along the Pacific coast, which have generally been regarded as Indian names, are to answer n similar charge. really of Chinese origin, nccordlng ta Heads of the Kentucky Drug Com- a writer In the New York Herald pany, Covington ure cited to appear Even the nauirs of the state of Utah Friday to answer charge of violating aad Nevada are uf Chinese origin, ht lo the liquor laws anil charges of refus- says, MPe" or "Pie" means north Indians ing to permit Federal inspectors to Chinese; therefor tho Pleule war merely the North Ute Indiana, s examine the records of the company nnd refusing to give information to the inspectors. The four Individuals cited ure Fred Krct. ami John Marcus, Cincinnati; Henry Christian, Covington nnd Thomas Cosney, Newport. They are to appear July .'10 on charges of trans porting liquor unlawfully, The Humble Ralnetlck. Until comparatively recent yean tai tho bees work on. ojmbrella una a distinctive badge at moaarcna and nobles, and today Om Loft Him ThMJMf Mag ot Ktatn bear aa one of hit JJter a sermon by aa old colors tMtea "Lord of the Tee Thousand Urn reach or oao of the brethren said to hroUas.H Om: "Br'tr Jenkins, how far of, yea reekoa, hall "Bow eld la yea, rar Tkomaar aekea the preacher. taMwater Ram. Saltwater rata baa frasjaeatlr beat WoM, mb, ef I won't mtaa my kalhor-taMe"Watt," mM I Is slxtyfoV reported during aha preYeleaee ai I buy and sell OLD FURNITURE barm Iho preacher. "Wen yen tropical cyclones. Thl la a: and antiques of every description. ataay-tbar dU werr, hoU was Jos' by the met that the spray If you care to buy, or If you care to paara oat. sa' aU I a my U. rant waves which aha atai sell, write or phone J. E. Elmore, sloe la often earrled away mtlas ls roa ala't la sight or It tew, H atot masj bp the wwa. Uacaster, Ky. tf malt." fan rraaewea ArfenaaL Many Kings ef Monty. There ure more kinds et honey than ros thlnlc. There la boaey that Is black snd sour; honey that Is red; boaey that Is poisonous, honey that Is green and Imney that Is rose color, afaay of uh have eaten beaey that Is white, and most of us know honey that ranges In color from pale yellow te brown. Honey Is of many Aavora, depending on the kind of blossoms ur Ilankrupt. On this 'J.'trd. day of July A. !.. 1021, on considering the petition of the aforesaid bankrupt for discharge, 'lied on the 1 1th. day of June, A. D.. 1021, It is ordered by the court that ,i hearing be hud upon the iwime on (he 'J.lr.l. day of August A. I)., U'J1, heforu said court at Covington, Ky.. in said district at 10 o'clock, in the forenoon, or as neur thereto as practicable, and that notice thereof nnd J. F be published one time In The Central Sam Rich, J. C. Conn 1'ccord, n newspaper printed in said Adam. (Other names will be added upon district, niul all known creditors and jther persons in interest may appear the payment of 25 cents.) (tf.) at said time and place and show cause, If any thev have, why the prayer of said petitioner should not be granted. WITNESS, the Honorable A. M. Cochran, Judgu of said Court, and the seal thereof, at llichmoud in I have just received said district, on the -.- 'Ird. day of supply of the July A. D .11)21. ofGnjr-Mtft- d J. W. MEN.IES, Clerk. Beit Ily Sara M. Monday, D. C. Hutoer Rubber Tireing Grtft Antique Furniture. ami will rubber your buggy Uive ma a trial and satisfy yourself. Phone 187. for 114.00. ni V r Ik N Lar.caster.IKy The Central Record. Lancaster Ky. Thursday. July 28. 1921. "OLD KENTUCKY HOME" IS SAVED Sum Necessary for Pur- America's Most Traveled Public Mnn. I ISMM"JtM)WWBOrXMTirajl.MJIXaJIHn Classified Column KATI'.S- 'ade'p'i.4 i I'llb' I i I I rl i chase Of "Federal Hill" as State Shrine Is Secured. con assured tne .um msoion appointed te rai ner-sto purchase the property nshs this announcement n it pre- i V pu an i mmr report follow-Trecently the IVopt of rintuk !: Thi is preliminary rrpo-remits of activitie ill r.r.c ( ky of Mtjr t of tTie "O: i K 'lorn,' urky n Preservation of '! . . Ki-- i . in Nelson count i shtin. i T Kon list AT 3:30 I tn.'I travr life VI it .in l.l I ,i, Ml ' ' I I'.ilil.r I.' g H - Ur n I'd t III' Iff ' 1 P. M. Hicks and Lackey I tud - Htvsjte' Commission, apponte I by GAME Friday, July 29th Batteries For Lancaster Batteries For Lexington 'lover nor Morrow under lex it sulhtxily. to devise unci remit mend i plan by which the t jmmor.w. a t. . f Kentucky could purchase the tat of "Federal Hill." .n Ne -. .it 'Otinty. ctlobratiHl a the home inpirrd and where was wr.'tet. i nmpo f d Stephen C. Foster's immortal mmk. "My Old Kentucky Hon,. " Th deeply regretted lUatl. f to r.t r. it AlviM Tobias llert. .in member ami treasurer of t:.e y uiifslsya; the tiatorsl ami deirab . in completing ani clo'.nir f count of i.om of th many of contribution, and the dsiT . u - . f 1 : i ,lc-a. teUilhT in millcHnt to care for th.- - . r. r in- - Logtelatur shall aM-i,- b s determine upon a method ' : reservation a a shrine of s pnds and love of homr Th etHmiio rjtret rr .ji that la eotttritatiottj were n.t to provide mean (or i e imprvemettt and rei:r of I it r.ii Hill, sd thnt it miht at um e l i j ii .1 romiitioit to prrnt .c (HHMHwMilth ubUnt:a ! r. r. and henutlrtetl a such ;i snr.ne ar. jrh n dft should be. A it u. an I condition.'", the roHnlerinv: buino many calk for other purpose of more lu (o.uir.-j.practical nature anil the f.ict that L II. (iar'.aj treasurer. K I. u s Mr. llu.iii.nc .i wall contributions were epeciall nvited ami lance one nut v.resnil, (iazl.i. w!u ivji secretary t. Mr the rominKion think the rtipon.e llert. ha been elected treasurer in wa very xenereus anil hiirhly cnslit- -' h. MicceMion to tarry on tne work able to the people of Kentucky, and with which she in perfectly familiar. Uko thi opportunity to thank the The commkmon wish to refer to thuUMmh who ifave their mite and he fact that there ha been some their interMt. criticism of the $SO,000 purchase At the outset in March the sum of price of the Federal Hill as beinic nltBUt $7,000 wa privately contnbut-ei- l cewive. The option to purchase to the commmion for the purpose was taken in the full of li'J0. As a of securiaic an option, and enough ad- farm and empty homestead for atcri- -' ditional horroweil to make a pay ultural and dwelling purHin only, ment of $10,000 upon the purchae ' it i conceded that the place is worth um. of Federal Hill and meet the expentes considerably lus than that .nwpnrnble from th Utk of orun-- i ltut the purebiiv bnnic to the ami will carry with it to the iziiii; the movement throughout thej clat. Xo aalanei or allowance State a lurtce and ery valuable were made for any purpoe whawt of anti'Ui' mahogany, and walnut furniture, rare and vr oscept for clerical employes,; prmtimt, poHHe. advertising ami valuable portrait it; oil by distinguof communicauon ished artitU and many historical re..ecMtary 'row tho bureau oraniid and di-- , lic of national and State interest. reeted by Marvin H. Lwn, executive While it i manifestly ditlicult to et I any riutiraau. exact price upon treaaure of Thort wre received in contribu-titiH- a thi aort. the commiasion. acted upon p to date (iaclucive of ch the advice and assumption that the opmtWK fsmt and a few yet out- -' intimate artistic souvenir of time imperuhable in the tatniutf pl4t;w receiveaWe from to- !nd condition il commute and individual) 00,. memory of KenluckiRH poawMed a' m. A awn of $18,040 altogether value to the Stale muck unrnter than m fceH ordf red to We mid upon the could be realised in tho open market I purchase price avreed upon (or antiUe. They have reason to for Pmiomi Hill. Wntn all the-- o ac- - believe that thi collection and the utiHta ar aottlod. the commiMioa will u resent coat of placin tho house ate b able to pay oU I he romainiHi; worth mors than the pure hate price. 10,W which it Jb upon the UU A the borne of n lieactiful. historic n or before Jnly I, iti2. and have ideal it value i inettimiible, and ev.i amall m Uft for it temporary ery year will adsl ta it. are. In order to make secure tuote 11 waa toe rarmat doatre of the trtmaure unti they catt be properly protected the commfaMta hat in.Mamtuioa to provide lundt to mcIom the woodland of structed that the houH) at Federal thirty-fiv- e acres of the ettato im Hill be clod to the public unti uch wtsiintely urroan.iiiu: the borne, time a they nave made rsnai dtpoi-tw- n a anbtUiitial rmMrway thmiiii of ib occupation by the Statu, t. mak ncHry tonain to the or upon such special occasion and (uw, rtorat.on of iu coatcwU ami tndur uch limitation as it may pravUW a propur tablet recording the direct. .urie and aiKnificance of the vol- In conclusion the commiMiiun untary popular jUbcriptiin which would repeeifully remind those who made the preerv,t.on of "My Old l.ave not contributed that their con- Kentucky Home" pou.bie. 'ribution will be Kratefully received, TketH' intention! unfortunately Lrknowleiliciid ami accounted for n a cannot he realised unlet, indeed, later detail id report. imxe who tiave not contributed that I IIOMK COM OI.Il KENTUCKY ;ee proper to add uch umi they MISSION. may determine to the H of tboie It y Murvm Ii. Lewi. Kxecutive who liave already ironerouIy uivur. Chairman; Voting K. Allison. A sum of about $10,000 u uriCmUy i eetled for the purpose named. The jinmisslon will icladly receive and I'ubtic ollwe si a public trust, but niknowlodice further contributions to our tutoatioM are not always the fund, which may be mt tJ Mrs. th vacation period, haw opera'id delay a full report. made later in detail. Po r the information of put. . . i.tf it can sew- - be stated that tun wm contribute.! e ..r i mount by Keutuckian a hv loviisif expatriates of Kuru.k. .. over the Union to nurcha.- I ari Hill, pay the expense .ncurr. movement and lav a mal .r.--I 1 . i , mlls; of ti . .m-- . Parks and Turner " the fatti.iTi.t .1 of hit varum nimpiitr ri II. .i traveled nearly all hi Titervata of the public and w t. retire from a life on t -- m t.i-the traveitnn ali irrn . I l ie poru writer know the mo.l f n n.'way tram and take hi pian 'ii the bench in tho wolid'a hifhet urt a pontion he !ikn better than e l'tidenc jf the t'ntted State He a piiaram who has toiled over nr rHd Mure tho day of youth Hiia traveled on oteam rar. eler 't i . .ir. aat.imabi'e. iteamchipx and eitr.ially driven ah.p. Ilort, .!.inki-- . even balky male have been ;', A pMa of the pntourar of which the roaapwe Omega- - One icot tttck on n Wettern hilldv They retnoved in . muddy aloiMth. taiied motor rar only after be .i.l mbod down into that adheaivr I .M i mud that Michel h tioter than a not alto lirot'ier. but the mud ci'thir to blame, for he , what the ' .'' .hit; of a Dempoy or a l arpen- it ail a "heavywotffbt " In 'i; pilgnmaire frum a Cincinnati iw oifre to the mtmntam top of f.im. '. immortal glory he baa wit-- i the evolution of the factlitie f travel In hi day the airbrake of U t mrhott n the (riant teel .tred f Haldwin and Hotter, the palace f lhillman with all ita comfort r ..i. I convenient!-- , and ftnaly the hijrh puwered electric tram ki t i u ie powible by a SteinmeU or an tt !.. have com to aappiaat the t qua ted wooden coach "crawler" f ii. ' . ' . - J-- J J X Suiicle insertions lc n worl No ml taken for le than "l in this column No ad in t 11 column charKed Seven insertmiM for the price of II e Phone orders must lie pa. I promptly ,)f ;:iO(,is.ic'ii.'Ksutii New a .xi V Pr . FOK S.M.I. toe l'sed only t wee, Mr. K. It NuuitM. Mis . ford tru.K POK SALK. U but little model i.u for bartfam ( amp Ihck It It. L'd Je I i rtH inv hf RBNT.-r.- iht ssvond low. ioor room.. II Iiht water and bath. Lawn n. 9lr S. . i' I Gilt. 8 moaths aid. It P 1 i'a, 7 28-2- FOR HALE: Witt n Rsnfistefsxi tm tt. No I t'.e lia' An 'ii , lan. M, ., K Whaat Drrt. r- " Plow. Ice Cream ttoor. and Window and mar. goods at cast, jstill trtmm.fir ' iml not riiatomtr. J. ft. MOI ST A Cultivator. < Fillr Hpreadssr. rnu ; ttne big typo, bnt bone P t This will be one of the very best games of the season. Will you be one among the thousand to be there? O. R. ' i ' ' CARPENTER, Mgr. , Wm. KINNAIRD, Capt. STATECHARGED Fine, but Rsrs. s a &n comniAnd ot -1 ix tiOUD4. Jsroe r on Iowa' boat herd. Yost V to apprvcttt him '. he atled to Hurnpe utt hi ' i moon i vm compared to thromrh with him and w u ant lev:.r. in on winch un now worth tne money X. F. Rice an I S .v. tv ' ut the far iftifp 4 mirs on Vu. .rti 1 : it f eaii of ennvcy-r.- .' 7 in of na not availed FOR SALE - Hsmsitifu c ft i ant a wtMTrd fl U of the clo.1- - the airplane. Kesidenc and 12 acres .t t Ke says, "my of arc hi tec known as the Curt llssbin not adapted to the Hymf ivo mil from Lancaster (. I -- I would cap. 1. - n.the utab-- f ton pike. Will sell at a Imtk. Atrade for a farm ol! pike them." public men in the national IS arre of land, with g i f.f mil otf Lev Catted States hat trav- - and barn, 'f th ion and far. but they are "ai- - pike that is a baiiiK for iu.i.k G. C. Walker ran." m the list of Ion time, 'una Boar for al ? n.u-bua- ' rterday. The ateamhip . . .'i-t- ' . ' if - . - 1 . a - - one-hal- i' u . itfl 1 -- It often Distillery, 2 Drui? Finns And 4 Individuals Cited As Dry Violators. e. COLLINS IM.ANS 11 lanrot.v Gem. Might Bond Hsr Away Happy. Lucretia IlsrcSa "1 thll pat sons poison tn her soap tonight." Kolanda o "Oh, Ixjcretta, how can jwi b hrartlmal lrt ber base a i'ooj ratal first; tat tt In her de.srt." I'rlnco-tuo , KA KINGS Tlirer. I j com-missi- n d rofe-uoo- ct i,ij mUTi-net- it coh-tru- rt tucky, were cited to appear before Prohibition Inspivtor Flijah How n heariHst the last of the month. The head of the 11. H. l'oirur H. tillery Company, Mayv.lU, wen- nt- ed to appear Wedne.U at .1 hearing before Mr. Hostile in t.ie redernl ltuildinic at Maysville to .how iaue why its Federal permit should not be revokes! for violation of the prohibitum law;.. Members of the S II. Well & ComwhtdeoaUliipmr pany, Covinstton, dealer. re cited to appiar T'iur-- day at the Federal liuildinic Cuwiik-toto answer a similar iharye Heads of the Kentucky Pruic Company. Covinifton are nte.l to appiar 1'nday to answer charges of .latmir thi- Iisihw laws and charves of ref 11 -itut to pormit Federal intpeitor to examine the record of the lompany and refusintc to give infurnution to the inspectors. The four individual' itcd art Kreta and .lohn Manu. Cncmnati; Henry ChrMinn. Ciivinntmi and Thu-HiT!,i". art- to (iosney, Nevpoit aptH'ar July :0 on iburi - of tr.iii- lortintr liipior uiiluvfu!i n a roi-t-n- Dimp Stone Hou). Collins. Th' dampness In a tone bous Can Federal Prohibition Din i tor. r.nnt-l- N Iesstnel hr painting- the nuttlils primlaunched a drive against an alleged of the hou nrt ttb ing cout. then n th utual sy Th ramitit .itiuiii in whiskey nni: with only other uny to do ouy ulth thr several State. The iiunaiTii. nt f damtneis Is in Inth and plaster th a ditillery. two drur hrm anil four rsom. leaving an air space behind individual, all in Northern Ken- the plastering. I.exiHKton, Ky.. S.iii:u.' I hey I tounntr champion in MAI.K HIH.P WANTICI1 "r tournament of Carle 8am Theo-'- -i HtK business i ready for you Se l(ooevrlt made pilrrimase in. heart of the African and South 13? products direct to fanitr-reditIf von owa teasn or au' a'r " ru an lunsrles. Wtrow WiUon . . boldly forth across troubled under SO. can icive bond, wi '.i.. Twenty mill. on u rou. our p- water to the peace table of Kurope Wr ' G'Kd territory open luet. am Jenninis ltryan for year 1 1, J I! Watkms Co.. Dept moved hither and thither over his ias Winona. M '7 tt pd at e health with the bell rinrer It's your la! fe ffir.n md the srlee club of the chautaUMua circuit Hut all of them yield tho Hnirn to A Suggestion this most traveled, man in American To puhiic life, who has carried the weitrht the furthest distance of any w Tne men w.tl fjres.it1 t arf h.s varioui cempatnots in laarrnnifins; far ineir ob)i:a' Now yott have im est est bi March 1st. Our ion term I I name Yet. William Howard Taft. Loans will enable you to .1 now Chief Justice of the I'nited Will save your farm an. I pr '., State- - Supreme Court j.' Com in an i tn k tv - d. stance In f 1 11 mt Farmers . avoir-j.lupo- is . with us. IN THE DISTRICT . S2 .'n-S- T. A. B. W. HAMil 1 Fayette Nations r. fact that you do n .' a Jul! was iiihtiiutlr oer a comtand yaur neishhor at a. edy she had seen at n moving picture worry him t'.e east theater, nut prisecedcd In Jumbled - mpatli baby fiishl.'Ti 10 explain what she had For Die I'.silern Diilricl Of seen. The tblru: that lmpre.rd bal the most as a toe iluticor with short In llsnkruptcy. P.nfTy skirt She ssitd. "Ob. aanty, you sbnulil bale mrti the (trl ID fall Positively no fo hunting or hjn' bloom." In the matter of John C Morican. a Whit Aunty Mltscd. COURT t I Ls 11 It.'. r.krt K Of The L'nited States Ken-luck- v Attention Hunters . Kankrupt. Name Trjced to Chlntie. tin thia .'Ird. day of July A U. Many tiaan-of cltlns. inountalDi ''..'I. on ronsiderins; the petition ef and river In the West, and aloni; tb ' aforesaid bankrupt for disharji Knerally Pacific coast wblib names. ar '1 ed on the Uth day of June. A. I).. been recrde. as Indian really of ilnpee orU'.n. nreonllne t Ii'-'- l. it is ordered by the court that heating be bad upon the same on a writer In the New Vork Ilerabl Kveu the nuines of the state of I'tub 'he Mrd. day of Auniist A. D.. and Nevada are tif Cdlriee orl1n. bi said court at Covmirton. K . say. "IV r "Pie" means north Is m .aid district at 10 o'clock, in the Chinese; therefore tho Plfllte IndUni forenoon, or as near thereto a Were merely Hie North I'Im Indians. s of any character or trepas. our farms. Any v.olatoM prosecuted. Price. jn be be W. S. Kmbry. W. A. Pr...- - r Kd and N. II. Price. F.s J Cnt Meadow, An.e. Mei dosss, John Collier, j i Cjiii-iiutto- e. and lioney Hint Is rose color. Many of in bale eaten honey that Is white, ami most of us knnw honey that rnntre in ilnr from ple ynllow icrnnted. WITNKStS, the Honorable A M to brown. Il'iiiey Is ut many flavors, The Humble Ralnttlck. CothrMH, Judue of said Court, an I depending en thn kind of blossom t Until (iiinpurtitlvi-l)- ' year tlx bees vinrk tin trie seal thereof, at Itii'iituon.l in nmhrslla wun a dlstlncttsn bmbju 01 the aid district, on the IMnl .lay ..f inouurihs and nobles, and today thi Left Him Thinking Ju y A. I).. ktntr of .Slain bear on une of lib After a sermon by sn old colored J. W. MKN.IKS. Clerk titles "Urd of the Tin Thousand Uia rtaeher on of the. brethren said to lly Sara M. Monday. 1) l brvllut." ilm: "Ilr'tr Jenkins, how fur off, yoa "flow old Ii you, hsll Br'sr Ttiora)" asked tb preacher. Baltwtttr Rabi. Raliwater rain lias tnnni-ntlbeos 'Well, sub. i f I don't miss my kalker-atlo-n slity-fo'.- " II "Wall," auld during th prsvalAiro ol I buy and sell 01.11 FUItNITCUK tropical cyclone. This Is uiplalnosl ths preacher, "w'ea you wu born by tho fact that the spray from th mtur dlt orl', hell wui Jes' lity fs and antiques of every description. (nmt waves which tin itonn ysosr rars off, an' all I got tcr say Is, tt If you care to buy, or if you care to J. K. Klmore, atto I often carried many mil so la fou ain't la slht r It now, It ain't yo' sell, write or phone fault." San I'runcUco Arjooaut. land by tb wind. Lancaster, Ky tf Kxeeu . -- Them ure more kinds of honey than roil think. There la honey tbst It black Hint sour; honey It.ut Is red; boaey that Is poUnnoiis, bnuey that Is Many Kind of Monty. J. S. Sc . . cr Joe Cnscillit, J. M. Crtscilln, It iber I2t. Speake, Georxo Conn, Jim 1'onn, 'fore Henry Arnold, .Marion Johnson, W K. Tom Conn. J M Wbiuker. It., pra ticable, and that notice thereof Meadow. W. T. King. Jo-.J. C Conn J be puMlshod otic time in The Central Sam Ittch. Itecurd, a newspaper printed in sai l Adams Other names will be ad Ie I upjn I strict, and all known crodiUir and perron in interest may appear the paymen' of .'.'. .m! t 'her (tf 1 id time and place and show ii cause, if any the auve, why the pr.i er of said petilloni r sbostld nut l in, in Fa Ra ra ra rta ra rta siR Rubber Tireing 3 have just receive supply if the I 3 I II I lw 2 g Z ftoa, lr Best Grade of Guaranteed Rubber and will rubber your Iiulcicv Antique Furniture. rrirtel yourself Give me fnrllUW. 11 trial and satisfy phone ls7 3 3 A. H. VANHUSS I.ariastr,Ky 1 t