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Cracks at 1 Tht practical Joker Is not alwayt hli joke. 04 practical The good" Creti. Jo not always die young You are ntUl with Whan fnnta u. to JHTU men keep their mouth shut. Th hin who wis TOBACCO DR. W. A. "NEW TARIFF MOONSHINE STILL CAROLINA LEAF MEETING OUTRAGE" GANF1ELD Destroyed On Kentucky GROWERS BROKE Says Ohio Republican Drew Good Audience To Leave Centre River About 3 Miles Refuse Prices Which Last Saturday Praildenl Of OansilU College Will Member Of Congress) "Would Not Pay For Above Brooklyn SEEKS TO RESIGN IN DISGUST. ".5 t A special to the Louisville Post from Washington, says Hepreientn. Who authorized the erection of th tive Charles L. Knight, Kepublican, of Akron, Ohio, who represents one bill hoard at the cemetery gateT of the greatest industrial districts In Truth It mighty, but it U often America, may resign his seat in the circumvented by a sneaky little lie United States Congress In disgust and where he And still, we ate not entirely with return to private life, av it it (Ure to know he can live in contentment and Soma preserve hit rain i Sees PakHc Money Squandered. There are people, of iour, whi Mr. Knight nail not long been a Hve to learn, nly to die and be for member of Congress until he was jotten. filled with the conviction that If the The wie man keeps hU thought people of the United States, the pa knew Jkt Welf. The fool let him keep tient, how the public business was conhi, 004. ducted at Washington, they would 9oao "eopU an o stingy they are come to the capital en masse und ow to part with their unwUUn kick the whole outfit Into the Potomt anntM mac river. He has never ceased to Famt und fortune beckon to every harbor that thought, and the more man, and keep Jsist out of the reach extended his experience and observa tion the deeper ht. conviction has f most of them grown. outspoken He it a plain, rhe moit brilliant fool we know oi man and at times he has voiced in U the fellow who drivrt with hi; language perhaps mote forcible than elegant his righteous Indignation over muffler eutoat. the conduct of members of Congress the most confirmed "wet who yelled for economy Even until they a re can not deny that tht hai been were hoarse In the last campaign and rkably dry summer mf who, now that the election is past, Good tews, feltowsl Report hai are voting on the people the mint it that trere wilt be no Immediate lavish and burdensome extrav.i. gancet. roiuction in taxation. According to his view, the Kepubalcjhol produces blindness lican party made n solemn covenant It wo id it would aeem that a lot or peopl with the people in the last campaign prefer not to see the light that it would reduce taxes and lightTrue courtcy demands that you en the burden that bears heavily on laugh when your friend repeats hi the toiling masses and he cannot condone the conduct of members Mho favorite Jokebut not at him. now treat that covenant as "a scrap The fortunate man i generally the of paper." His view is that the peoUst one 'o recognize the fact, lieu ple want relief from militarism, and hray yearning for something bet that it is a crime to foist upon them tor. monumental appropriations for the army and navy which they do not The world I loud in 't demand want and for which, according to his for permanent peace and silent in way of thinking, there neer was less Ma feverish preparation for the next necessity than at the present time. war. Tariff Bill Is Outrageous. Mr. Knight's indignation reached About the most noUb'e thing in eonaecticn with the general depress the xenitii when the Fordney tariff fen In businesi U the fa.t thar It is bill was put through the House under a rule which cut off amendments and (en era!. compelled Republican members either rxght I to swallow provisions they did "When things don't not kaosr how I feel." said the employer, Mike or vote against the bill. Mr. employe. Knight' was one of "So d we," chirped the teven Kepubiran No mow was Mid, members who chose the latter horn of the dilemma and voted a resound Russian bolshevik!, having fng "Nay" Th on the passage of the world, is now failed to annihilate the measure. He told recently the rea effing the world to prevent starva sons that prompted him to do so. Jan from annihilating them. "I regard it as the most outrageous piece of legislation I ever saw or The fallow who is looking for a crap is alway the last to lay down ever heard of," he declared. "It is his gun Japan hat been hedging an Illy considered, illogical hodge podge. Article are placed on the on the matter of disarmament. free list that ought to be protected. Seem to us it is about time for and other article are given protec aomeoa to begin to talk about pro tion that ought to be on the free list. everybody It was plainly apparent what the Or ha Hfain. Steer House would have done to the bill if concluded to Join in the game! it had the chance. On all five of the Mother Eve set the fashion in items that were thrown to open abireviated dress, and a few of her amendment the House overthrew the descendant iro striving Ways and Means Committee and reg. nobly to teach even her a few tricks istered dissatisfaction with the bill. "I cast my vote against the bill If that Washington conference because I disapproved some of it aveedi in settling the far eastern items, but, more than that, as a pro question it is presumed the people test against the method used In pass et the far east will be advised of the ing it. In a most tyrannical, high fact. handed way the Ways and Meant Committee unturped the functions of those the House If each citlxen had one of of Representatives, and fun that shoot three hundred miles those of us who wished to perfect we migitt loai up me nauery anu the bill by writing Into It Justice and drown out some of that congression logic and square dealing found the al noise. door shut tightly in our face. was no wya by which we could At an optimist of the Arst water. There get out amendment before the Postmaster General Hayes it it. He believes the public would prefer to House. Cile Specific Instances. v 2K rnt4 far a metis! delivery "Take for instance, the effect of I stamp Instead of paying the present this tariff on my own district. The pre of 10 cents. rubber companies of my district, the A United State senator junketing greatest In the world, did not want in Germany writes that the debts a tariff. They arc no longer infant owed us by foreign governments are industries. They are grown up, paralysing trade with tl.is country. They are able to take care of them It that be the disease, it would seem selves. They do not need a tariff, Vital the logical remedy would be- - to and yet, despite the fact that the In dustry has no need of protection and r "P. doe not desire it the Ways and Means Committee put a tariff on rub. Bury ber good. When I sought the privl. lege of offering an amendment on the Cpl. floor to restore the Item to the free , Th remain of Cpl. Wilburt Nay. list, I wa told bluntly that I could Uc, who died in Franco In October, not do o. Thus the House was dent, , mtTw shipped baek to the land of ed the right to consider the matter ..Ma attir birth Md was burled Sun-a- and vote its conviction after a full presentation of all the evidence and Horaoon at 3:39 P. M. . fho service were coadsicted by an toekatry that has no more need ' &W. f. Hh4m of tko Frorty. of protection than a wagon has of a Mike waoel dually Km a tariff w vwfvwfj wot wwnj aafvi j nmnn U wedded to rouble should get a divorce. t. , The mretins; of the tobacco grow ers and farmers of Garrard county met In the court house last Saturday afternoon, at the call of the County Chairman, Judge L. - Walker and listened with intense interest to the speakers that addressed them in the Plan of Interest of the marketing the tobacco crop of Garrard county. At this meeting chalrmnn wer named far the four magisterial dis tricts of the county, and they in turn will name the chairman of the pre cincts of the county and report back at another meeting which Is called for next Saturday afternoon In Lan raster at the Court House. Just as soon as the organisation Is fully com plrted, n house to house canvas will be mad- - of the county, explaining fully to each grower the importance and results to be expected by Join plan of market ing this ing the tobacco crop, the greatest as set known to the farmers of Central Kentucky today. Kvrry grower of the weed should attend the meeting next Saturday afternoon. Co To Wisconsin Institution January 1st. WAS LOCATED IN A BARN. Wood" To Cur Totsacco, Says Fayette Man, On Return. FAVORS MARKETING PLAN. Mr. J. L. Knight, who owns a largo farm in Fayette County, and is quito heavily Interested in a Lexington warehouse, also operates a warehouse at Bamburg, S. C , returned last week from a trip to the southern markets. Mr. Knight went to South Carolina two weeks ago, intending to remain there during the marketing seasons, but he found conditions there so bad and the warehouse business so unsatisfactory that he left his business entirely In 'the hands of his business partner there, and returned to Kentucky 'to assist in the organisation marketing ato-ciatiof the in the hope as he put it, of saving the Burley tobacco grower of Central Kentucky from a condition similar to that which South Carolina is now facing. Upon reaching Lexington he went at once to the headquarters of the organization committee in the John Building and asked for a contract. He signed hi entire crop with the statement that he was convinced that if this association does not go over this year Kentucky tobacco gorwens will experience the most difficult situation of any since before the diyn of the first Burley pool. Mr. Knight brought back with him from some 30 or 40 hands taken sales on Mulllns, Bamburg and Florence markets. The price paid for each lot of tobacco It marked on eich hand, representing a particular sale. These prices very from ten cents to eleven dollars per hundred. He left the samples at the headquarters of the organization committee, wheru they will be inspected by the growers and warehousemen of the Burley district-Mr. Or, William A. Ganneld, president of Centre College, expects to eave the Danville Institution January 1, 1922, to become president of Carroll College, Waukesha, Wis. Dr. Ganfield last Monday offered his resignation, but consented to withhold it until the October meeting of the Hoard of Trustees, at the MAYOR AND COUNCIL Liable For Impure Wa ter Supply. Continuing Its policy of taking ac tion in those cases In Kentucky where muncipatlties themselves do not ex errise sufficient care to see that the water supplied cuitomrr by municiple waterworks is pure, the State Hoard of Health has taken out warrants against the Mayors and Hoards of Aldermen of Vena Mr and Hazard. These warrants give the officials of those two citie thirty days within which to take the needed measures to purify the wnter supplied. If this ha not been done by the expiration of that period, according to Dr. A. T. McConnack, State Health Officer, the Stnte Hoard of Health will pro ceed as In the Maysvllle case, where a suit was brought in the Mason Clr cuit Court. That case now Is before the Kentucky Court of Appeals. request of the Executive Committee. The head of the institution that has been made nationally famous by Its football team came to Kentucky from Wisconsin In June, 1915. Since then Centre's student body has in creased from seventy-eigh- t to 268. The college endowment has been in creased to 11,000,000. The institu tion's budget has been advanced from $35,000 to more than $40,000. Faculty salaries have been raised ap proximately 60 per cent. Loath To Leave, In offering his resignation, Dr. Ganfield said: "I am Very', very loath to leave Centre College of Kentucky. I have spent a little more than six years of very busy, happy service there, and during that time have farmed many friendships that will ever be to me of priceless value. I cannot proper ly express my appreciation of your loyalty, enthusiasm and devotion to ward me and the college. ".I can never hope to be associated with a better group of men than are the trustees of Centre College, nor dare I expect to find ever a more cor dial and loyal people than the citizens of Kentucky. I shall ever prize and cherish fond memories of my associa tion with you and will always count it a privilege to render you any pov tlble sen-ice.-" No Difference Of Opinion. Dr. Ganfield taid after the meeting of the Executive Committee recently he especially desired to emphasize there was no difference of opinion be- tween himself and the trustees. He pointed out there is no issue of salary or other personal consideration In volved at the present time, and It is solely a question of how to provide best for the two colleges. Deputy Sheriff Joe Keefe accompanied by C. L. Winfrey, of Somerset, and J. M. Kav.in.iugh, of Lancaster, Government Revenue officials and George Crutchcr, of Wilmore, 'destroyed a still on the Kentucky River, about three mile above Brooklyn, bit Thursday. The s'.il. was on the farm of Levi Winkle in a bam and was of fifty gallon capacity. It ws built In a well construced furnace of brick and was .is solidly put up as a permanent institution. No one was on the premise when the officers appeared and approached the barn whocse door was secured by a padlock. This was broken and the party entered and found th still. Tarpaulins had been hung around the wall on the lnide to prevent any one from looking in. The still was said to have been operated by Hiram Lunsford, a renter, who has not since been seen. The proprietor of the farm claims ignorance of the existence of the still tn the turn on his property. The officers destroyed 60 gallons of beer and broke up eight 60 gallon fermentors, one process keg, one tlake stand, malt gr.nder, mish rake and other tools. They also found a lot of malt corn and short and a gallon of singlings. The copper worm wa brought by them to Wil- more and was exhibited In the win dow of the Jones Savage Lumbe: Company's building for several days. The brick fuanace which was of solid construction, was also broken up. It is Mid that Lunsford was away with iquor to sell at the time the officers made the raid. Wilmore En terprise. on Death Of H. A. Burdette. Burgin. Ky July 27 Mr. H. A. llurdette, an aged and well known citizen of Burgin. dropped dead yesterday afternoon, July 20, about 5 o'clock. Mr. Burdette in company with Messrs. S. K. Daughtry and L. A. Daughtry had spent a few hours fishing on Dix river, and were walk' ing up the river hill, when Mr. Bur dette fell and died suddenly, without speaking a word. He had been suf fering much the past few weeks with acute indigestion, and had at times said that he felt as if he could not live, and in all probability acute in' digestion caused his sudden death Coroner Dan Wilson .of Mercer coun ty, was called and held an inquest and pronounced his death due to heart failure. Mr. Burdette is survived by hit wife and four children, Herring Bur dette, of Lebanon; Mrs. Arthur Brooks, of Bryantsville, Mr. Thomas Burdette and Miss Pauline Burdette, of Burgin, and a number of brothers and sisters. Mr. Burdette and family moved from Garrard county to Burgin many years ago and have since resided here. The burial will take place in his family tot in Lancaster, beside his first wife, Thursday. We desire to extend our deepit sympathy to his splendid family in their sad loss, and commend them to Jesus, who alone can care for them. r Barn Blown Down The Urge tobacco and stock barn belonging to George H. Robinson was blown down last Thursday afternoon on his farm near Marcellu. It wa a total wreck, but fortunately it was well Insured. If you will consult K. C. Gaines. the Insurance Man, he will convince you that every bam shoud be insured against wind, hail, lightning, Ore, etc. in one of tht many companies he represents and which have a record for (It.) paying losses promptly. Drastic Orders. Marshall James Bratton has receiv- ed drastic order from the City Koth ers to immediately cut off the water of any patrons seen springllng the lawns or streets. This order must be obeyed in order to conserve the sup ply in th lake which at this time it very low, the character of rain we are now having, are not the kind that fill the lake. "Thl order you will obey and look well to the East." Drouth Broken. The old proverbial saying, "that if it rain the first three days of dog days, it will rain for forty day," may come true this year if the rain continue a it hai done in the past eleven days. What looked a if the corn crop in Garrard would be cut fifty or perhaps sixty per cent, appears now to produce an average crop or more, to say nothing of the rapid growth of the tobacco, which promises to be In fine quality, yet will fall far short in acreage and quantity. Voice Of Caruso, Stilled By Death. u Lffionairc Wilbur! Naylor '- I. Knrico Caruso, world famous tenor died in Naple. Itoly, Tuesday morning after he underwent an operation Sunday, the results of which the surgeosn were pessimistic from the beginning. The weakness of his heart necessitated the Injection of camphor for many hours before his death. The operation, the dispatch says, the was for an abscess between liver nd the diaphragm, which Caruso' caused acute Jesus visited the home of Mr. and wife and brother were, at his Mrs. Lee Prewitt on the 28th. of July and claimed for his own their The tenor was until a week ago sweet little daughter, Opal Lee, who on the way to recovery from the long was given and taken the same day. illness, which began In New York How sad to give her up, but God last winter early in the operatic sea- know best and our loss is His gain. son, when suddenly he had an unexMother and Father. pected relapse and was removed from Sorrento to Naples. He nrrlved at Naples Sunday night, We thank our many friends and and the specialists who were called love one for their kindness and good in decided to operate immediately. deeds shown ut during our ad hour through sickness and death. We feel Closes. like we never can repay them. Ilrod-heaRev. George Childress, of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Prewitt. Ky., has Just closed a very sucSTRAYED: To my place about cessful meeting at Gilberts Creek Ilaptlst church, Garrard county, Ky. July 1st., black Aberdeen Angus Hull The results were sixteen additions weight about 050 pounds. Owner to the church, and a general awaken can have tame by proving property ing of the church member. He and paying all charges. Ash Ledford. Paint Lick. Ky. wa assisted by Rev. Phelps. Re member the memorial service to be held on tho foundation ground of the first Baptist church ever In Kentucky. This will be held on Sunday, Oct. I bay and tell OLD FURNITURE 2, 1021, beginning promptly at ten and antique of every description. o'clock. If yon car to buy, or If you ear to ell, wvtto or ykeao J. E. Has ore, UtM let bare tli Hadttn A Fanau. Prewitt Lexington Reos Win. In an Interesting game of ball last Friday the Lexington Reos defeated the Lancaster All Stars by the score of 7 to 1. Hick in the bos for the local nine was not In the best of form and the visitors placed their hit over the lot for the seven run in the first two innings when Frank and one-hahtm and held the Reos to no hit and no score game. Frank pitched himself out of sever al tight places, having several time three men on bases with no outs and then let it be three men up and that many down. Th feature of the entire game was the home run by Clay Miller He connected with the pill and drove it out of the lot for the only homer and score for the local team. lf bed-tid- e. Card Of Thanks. Meeting d, Young Child Dies. The three year old child, Mary B. Metcalf, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Metcalf, died of ptomaine poisoning at their home on tho Kirks-vlll- e pike, last Tuesday morning and wa buried in the Lancaster cemetery yesterday afternoon. on Antique Furniture. FOR RENT or SALE: Garage Allle Arnold fusllo square. Knight makes the following statement to the tobacco growers of the Burley District: "I have been visiting South Carolina market every season for asveral years and have never seen conditions so discouraging as they are this year, including markets as Mulllns Bamburg and Florence. "Opening prices on the Bamburg market last year averaged $17,00 per hundred. This year the averagt was $3.00 per hundred. "Mulllns fs the largest market In the South Carolina district, and in that sense is comparable to Lexington as a Burley market. It presents the most gloomy condition I have ever seen anywhere. Warehusemen and business men say that financial and general economic conditions In that district are worse than they havo been during the last forty or fifty years. "The crop it not more than sixty per cent as large as it was in 1920, and I have never seen tobacco show better color than that offered on tho Mullins market on the opening day's sale. Warehousemen pronounced it as the best of any tobacco grown in that state since they have been tn the warehouse business. Yet the averago for that day's sales was less than five cents per pound, approximately one-thiof the opening price last year. "I saw one pile of tobacco that would have brought from ten to fifteen dollars per hundred two years ago, sell for merely ten cents per In our The hundred. warehouse issued three checks to three farmers covering their entire sales; and the three cheks totaled leu than a dollar. Many sales were in sufficient to cover warehouse charge "A large per cent of the farmers moved their tobacco off thn floors and hauled it back to their farms-Severof them made the statement that the wood used to fire cure it was worth more than they would get Many high for the tobacco Itself. class farmers whom I know person ally told me they were going to cut their tobacco and leave It in the patch, asserting that It would not bring enough on the market to cover the cost of curing. "At Mullln J. P. Taylor & Co., the John E. Hughe Co., The Gray Tobacco Co., Tho American Tobacco Co., The R. J. Reynolds Co., and The Llggett-Myer- s Tobacco Co., as well at Th Export, Imperial and The n Tobacco Co., are represented on th sate rloors, but none of them are paying more than tea or eleven cent a pound for tobacco that would have brought at i (Coatiaued oa back page.) rd book-keeper al Chinese-America- .fir The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday, Aug 4, 92 1 1 Deyeuknew nj can reii oMarenta for on bag of lOcts from known welt a tho which rauix-footo sniiI, are nftvn lo be found In food which has been rnrelessly ban Typhoid and scarlet died. 'icre and there In the public print: at tuliercutoK colds, Influenza, rilph Why is the answer to a question? may therl.i, nnd other dlen-e- s i If a corset cover covers n corset, carried by food. Mot socnlliil food IHilMinlng due to harmful micro- - vhnt does n corset cover? When a bottle I opened t it call- organlm carried Into the body by We enuinc food which hn been contaminated :ni- - its Pailtlv when It mm "Pop?" either by nretdetit or curelessnes. Vaudeville News. Thes- - organism' are to be found ' Three Fulton county bank co- everywhere, but eoclally In dut. TOBACCO What precious metals are used for operating with County Agent O. dirt and tilth, They arc often carried Miflking hash? will give free trip to by file, leniiln and household pest What grent man llrst sal.l "I love the Kentucky State Fair to the three They may iil.o get Into fo.Hl from un- - MV ...fl, ,,ut h vou k,.i... .. t.lnl. ' . I.I i member of the junior livestock Judgimmi tir iiviii tiiinii How old was Mary' lamb? COMPANY. ing team which will represent that may appear clean but are not. Xew Yark World. To guard ui;iitiit these mlcrotu-opicounty in the judging contest to be R. L. HAGAN, Mgr. race, protect I Aesop a Fable? heM at the Fair, September 1 1, ac- enenile of the human the food from dirt, tilth and tile by ' STANFORD ST., LANCASTER, KY. What makes wthl wtsmcn wild? cording to n report by County Agent keeping It In clean tdme and In What are censer? "Teple of the! Cunningham. Hoy who will be clean receptacles, say Department of aw.irdtil the free trip will be selected Agriculture MfOlnllls. that Day" Film. Demonstrations to show how pota-to- e after the judging contest to be held every peron who handle food or How eld I enng of quality beneath the surface 'J A!"! seed stock may be Improved by in connection with the Fulton County dlshe wahet the hand before be-Young and Beautiful. What are the dimensions of a bath-- Qf he (,itplii. Hi dl.he. careful selection nnd the use of n Fair, the three highest scoring boys ginning work, scald' all Ufmy Kom "I ncier try to fool my husband," ng suit? verely. According to the standard she salil, and when tier friend regisPreliminary ilrle them with toueU wuoticd out In s.ced plot have been started by three receiving the awards. Why do Uiey let George do it? tiolllng water, them dry f of most fairs, a plate of apples, tered Inquiry she aitded, "because Fayette county farmers who are co- training is being given to the team Care should t or drain coter the taken to Pittsburg Oaiette-Tlme.- .. Isn't nrfeosrv." peaches, quinces and paw paw conoperating with County Agent W. K. candidates by taking them to pro- mouth and no-- e In sneering and Gabbert. I'lots varying In sire from minent stock farms In the county coughing, pnrtlt-ulurlWho discovered the lle of rouge, sist of five specimen. A plate of when near ftnxl Woman, Lovely Woman. grapes I made up of lUe bunches h of an acre where they practice judging dilTorcnt to ,md why? It takes a wotimn longer to make DJ while a plate of plums and persimclasses of livestock, have been planted with Why Is a mautnehe? MAKE CLOTHES LAST LONGER mind than It doe. to make up plate til! face, but wih either she usually geti he mons consist of u did Who was Pan? What Shabby (X. J.) Loader. ed. Garments Soon Btcom what she Is aiming at. Florida Time handle? Wet:leJd Not Olvtn Good Cart Airing Culou. What doos ,n movie screen? and Washing Is Urged. Th Fourth Olmtnslon. fH FOK Why hasn't u vtsst Mcevcs? Tt j TTI City Was Impregnable. The fourth dimension Is merely a (lartiielit eell of tlie test qiialttv. enrry n comb? mathematical simulation. It Is asa hy The ancient city of Nlnerh was design and workmanhlp will soon be- utger. sumed to be the property of mattei eight mile wide and fourteen mllM come slmliliy tlirough lack or care urrounded by a wall 100 that should he to solids a solids arc long wa I M On the other hnnd, those that mil Why is work? to plune. Investlga- - feet In height and so wide three char- Mathematical may be n much have cot only half Why arc straw Wits? flon urn RlAt1 nn lhn fi..ninrftAn nf tot could be driven abreast oa It kept trim and freh for a consider( II Wayne an Inderiiitte number of dimensions, j top. Hi Wlro fed Venus? Ft. TP able length of time through painstak- Journal-(!aietting cure y Cotton and linen garment. e MCCARTHY Wh's Iwncy now? peclally that touch the skin or ' Why i a poor fish? The FIA'MIIKK 4- -are worn In hot weather, should be Why is there a hle In demghnut? Vv I Heilioz. Roofine carefully aired and frequently unshed, Savannah New. heonuse they aborb oil and petrplraH Guttering, Etc. .... waist. tlon from the ImmIj-- . If dre-mai, ,,ralL.v- Pay back on on good city Shots Phone 69. Lexinerton St. Lancaster. Kv. est and other outer garment lire careDid you ever see a poonut stand? fully placed on hangers as they are Is made of Who said the moon being aired, many wrinkles will teed which wa treated with corrosive sublimate to control scab, black icurf and black lee During the growing wason undesirable plant will be iliminated from the plot In order to have tuber from only the highest yielding plant for seed. The choicest tuber will be selected at harvest-tim- e ami aved to plant the wed plot year. The remainder of the tuber from the plot will be ued to plant next year' field crop. The demonstrators hope to eventually obtain seed potntoc by mean of electlon in connection with the plot. Those who arc conducting the work are W. 1'. Pomberton, John Fiiher and George Wilniot. high-grade CARELESS HANDLING CONTAMINATES Dangerous Micro-oroanis- FOOD Are Queer Quip Questionnaire When Thomas A. Kdlion made out ot questions p a test for something. he started .mployee Thc jokl,,milh, o( lhc prrM nrc Kiv .. ..i ing questions nir ai a rnpiu cup, 'I ' and the end it not In sight. A scries of humorous questions shown on the I'treen in "Topics of the Day" Films, legisters n laughing success In thca- tr e everywhere. This season of the year I examination linn for school well pupils. Perhaps they, n Heir elder, liny like to answer the "Kdison" question found at random C.,n uicijffiicic. i uumu '" 1 Remember We pay I Quard Against Enemlte of Human Race by Prottctlno Food From Dirt, Filth and Flits and Keep It In Cltan Place. the highest ket price for your mar- nangerous micro organism, ' a"K'riiis,"as d aj ' PRODUCE Wanted all times fecr. "BullOurham Seed Fulton Banks Offer Trip For Junior Judging Team. 1 Chickens, Eggs, Hams, Etc. appreciate your business. i ..lo-iiei- iiii-o.- Spud Improve- c ment Object .Of Fayette Men. Intt i ' - try-tD- one-tent- hand-selecte- d Mt-inc- h hr hl le rter m ! UBlpRJ3 rue .V e. : the - , ... MONEY. TO LOAN property. or monthly installments. weekly Whirs th. Fox I Sacred. In Jsuaneso mvtholncv id tnr it represented a having been burn first I Into this world, and even now when a ' . is rfn nw ii itiiiirutMi . iiiv most oi. I i iui the more humble classes as a niessen-ge- r from heaven. . Sponging and pre.. Ing will In many cotton and woolen case Seniiblt Arabians, freshen The Arab have u iroverli that, fabric, but too frequent pressing of after whistling the mouth I not partly soiled white washable garments purified for forty day; tbey regard II will tend to jellow them and colored as the mot tin'tii'ky sign that can one may be ermanetitly dlcolored In this way. emanate (nun Imniaii Up.. lreen cheese? Nashville Hanner. I n cut prke cut? Who dec n photoplay? Why I snoring? The Lancaster Building & Loan ASSOCIATION, J. K. What' the use? If eventually, why not now? Washington Is there a reason? Post. locorpeukd. HOniNSON, President Win, S. HOri'KIt, Scc't. & Trt. Ilutter and egg furiiMi many farm women with tmt of the money they spend on themoelves and their children. World's Greattst Runners. The amount of butter n woman sell Thought th Clouds Hollow. For speed nnd x'amtna. we do not depend pretty much on the- number i Every child today km w that th belluu theru are any runners In the of comh her husband willing or able clouds ore composed of tiny globulei world capable of beating the to keep. The number of chickens, of water carried In the nlr and barIndians, of whom about 15.(m) bowel er, Is usually determined hy her) ing some affinity to enable them tc survlvo in Jlexlco. They arc In great skill and by tho amount of time she I bold together. . demand a government couriers, for can devote to curing for them. n t'ortnoriv thought that clouds were hollow Ilk , they are said to be able to cover 170 The women who belong to clubs j soap bubble, for otherwise they wouli I mile a duy on fuot, and liavo been nrganlted by the Department of AgriDot be able to tlnat known to run OoO mile In tho duy. culture nnd the state college re taught tho best and mot methods of caring for joullry. Tlie member' are also helied In organlilnit j egg nnd poultry circle which enable! them to obtain better price for their, Spanish-AmericaJ Tara-liuuiur- o To Rimon Tar or Grease. A very turn and safe way to tnr or aoy ueh grease ktalns from colored ginghams Ii to nib well into'the spots fresh lard. Let It lie several hours; then wah In wurta soapsuds. All sjH.n win coma out easily. Jew In Civil War. The records show that moro than 6.000 Jews served In thu AmertcaD Tho list Included nine Civil war. Jewish generals and IS who attained tho ratik of colonel. Over 4,000 saw active service In tho war. PIN MONEY FOR FARM WOMEN Eggs, "Topic . f thc Day" Film. This Isn't a Lost Art. It I. nnu nrf ,if rait..rwAf Ion I Talking much and generally prart saying lilt'- - Poultry and Butter Furnish Means of Earning Tidy Sum All th Year Round. FOR MORE ENER6Y Build Up Your Blood When you axe listless and have the don't caros.lt because you lack some quality that would fill you with Tim and drive. Nino times out of ten tho solo cause Is found to be Impoverished, weak blood. You will find as thousands . of others I rj 1. ujoo luuuu I tit .ft.. . . w V.II, uo that S. S. S. Is the recognized standard blood bulldinc tonic. l ot Sprt.-i- Hook Itl er lot indh t Idumlmdric.withoutchtti: Adtiltt, 1 . .-- -a l Th. : , t (!) Dwaimm maim (i) ami an J TmamIamaamIm (J product. ECONOMY IN COOKING S.S.S. Condition ishc rril ChI NrdKtl SLSS.Ca, Dtp 1 4l. MUnlm. Qt. dtultnt, C.I S, S. S, al Canada's Big Game. Throughout Canada from 1,0)0 to Cltvcr. moo ro killed annually, but Correspondent thinks that the rer-',-! the gsm are protetted and are hunt-- 1 on "t,r ' l'''" under certain restriction that ar rlgl.lly enforce,), so that thero It no wltn flower." probably notlce.1 thai Isrgely Is "oral." ltvtoi "floral" fear of their extinction. Transcript First United 6tats Coins. Chtcktr Playd by th Anelente. The first Unite,! .Stale coin wen Tho gam ot checkers la very antftHTi.il In ITlCt. Thu Con.tltutlon cou ferreil upon congress the power tc cient, belug known to the Kgypttani. coin money and regulate It value Creek and ItiHiinnv It was played A mint wo established In I'blladelphtt In Kuropo In tho Sixteenth century. Is known tri In ITlC, and the following year tat An old form of checker I China as "thu game of circumvention." flrat coins were struck. Would Net De Ktpt Busy. If you make It a rule never to tell .u"cl -m l ..i, .m,. mill I.iii, fob work an Its fob. Idle converts tlon." uu' "", "'"l" "-- i "or Rich. Red Blomd , mpi3myu ijj FRUITS Are required to successfully manage the modern farm. Iietween you and us vu ought to make that farm of youra yield to the limit. The money is there waiting to be dug out. As Much Fuel Consumed In Preparing On Pound as for Five Can for Future Us. It require very little more fuel to cook tlu Mund of prune, dried apples, or nprlcot than It doe to ro,.k one pound, nnd very little morv time. What cannot be used at once may be canned for future ue. Dried fruits may nto be ued In pudding, bread, nnd cookies, nnd to maku marmalade, Fruit Exhibits Scored On Uniformity And I I (!) (if Farmer Has The Brain We Have The Im- - r butter and Jam. We have implement for ery purpose, and they get sults wherever used. evre- AW Iron side. Aoimd the House culurcd linen on the wrung ! I! Spending a little this way enables you to make a lot in othor ways. Why not drop in and see Us, and at the same time sec those new implements we .have? results in buy- Asbeto Is the only proper lining for dollle. Canned pimentos combine well with canned ieani for u sarud. An excellent 1 II! i I plfm.entSj cteamed inviit ni sv. I wuy la which to use to fcertu In potutu wuter Invtns will e Fill one gem pan with stead of batter and the never scorch. L Becker & Ballard BRYANTSVILLE, KENTUCKY. .. When stoning raisins It Is a good Idea to butter the lingers; then they will not get atltky, For u change, use pineapple Jute amount of vinegar f to replace required In Fieuch dressing. one-hal- Condition or freedom from blcm nnd uniformity are thc two un portant points to consider in selecting specimen of fruit for exhibition, tic cording to uKgetion made by member of the horticultural department of the College of Agriculture to far-- 1 piers and fruit growers who expect to make displays nt their county or statu fair this fall. No wormy np-- ( pies or those serlou.ly blemished blotch or other disease should be shown since even minute blemishes may prevent an exhibit from securing close the award when competition Proper spraying will insure fruit that is reasonably free from Insect and disease. In nil case where the stem ; naturally remain attached to thei carel fruit as in apple and pear ' should be tken to see that the stem limiting U not broken or mUIng. of fruit which is to be shipped lo"H distances to the place of exhibition may be uvoded by wrapping each' separately In paper and spcoiman placing packing about it. In order to secure uniformity In the exhibit all specimens in the plate, tray or box should be at closely alike in form, size and color as possible. Fruit In the middle of the box or package should be equal In tvery to that placed on top since low- 1 ct THE UNIVERSAL CAR The simplicity cf thc Ford car, i stability in construction, thc famous heat treated Vanadium steel with its marvelous strength nnd flexibility thc low cost of operation ami maintenance, its case in operation, all have made thc Ford car thc prcat favorite in every land in the world. It's thc one car that always tatisfics and serves. A utility beyond question that all can atFord. We will be pleased to have your order. Don't delay because thc demand is heavy all thc time. Wc havc.almost everything in motor car accessories, sell the genuine Ford Parts, and assure thc best in mechanical repair work. Haselden Bros Garage. not Interested In any car except Ford Th Central Racord, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Aug 4. 92 1 1 PAINT LICK Highland, of Covlnttton, Mr. Frank Leilford, of Miamalurit and Clara Kate itueU of Mi and were week-enrelative Ohio, It here vUitin Kly and mother friend. Ml Fannie Dowden I cinv.ims Mr, Lucy Hoop ha been upenilinte jtevrrat tiny with her itcr, Mr. the county in intereit of county clerk for which potitlon the u a candidate Martha Wynn. We trut he will he elected for we See Goodloe it Walker lira, far are rontlilent the can ably rill the American Wlr Fence l relljr re- place. duced price. Mr. nml Mr. It. Carifole and baby Mr. T. II. Little hn purehaed an J. It., Jr., have returneil to their koine Interest In the real etnte of Mr. Har- In ColumliiM, Ohio. They were riett Ramsey. Dkamt by Ml Wood, pent who will moke them a Mr. nnl Mr. Jaek Pavi vitt of Sunday with Mr. ami Mn. C. T. week. nt I .a neuter. ev-cr- al Hal-lar- il Jame, of Pari and Mle Margaret Mr. Ada Ely, Mr. and Mr. Joe with Suoor on Ancient Food. Bnear la an old food In the Orient, ller.Hlnlli loll that (lie lllnlu "obdinner nlven tained lion from ni'd; r Immhoo. Mi H.idtc It.ilUon and her ueit, Tlietu I n wealth of el.mlc lorn on Mi Anri Mary Piirif, of (iejnte-tow- n bee and honey. In d.iy hon ey wm eilrnlvrly In llio prac tice of medicine ami our Kuropenn an- Quite a few member of the church went with baikett of cetora n uteil It. i:en a Into a two ngo eat to Herea, Sunday, wfcere they centurlpfor honey,they cIhiiihhI imitlral virtue Inlerentln nred Inneh with Her. and Mm. Car! recipe nrn toreil and many fiidol book away In VoijeL on meillclno. MM 'abi C.ilico. of Itlehmonil. ami MbM Celbi Hendren thru here Sotnrdny on their way to Ten tort vllle, where they will be member of ah porty at the home of Mmi LAND Mi with hi parent and relative.. Fay Ward wn horte.! t a Tue..iy in honor of an'-let- it tiil W.il-ntHt- pa' C0MMIs0NEfrS SALE OF lnet Ittijr. Polite Vto4 1 in Lexington tIUnK her aunt. Mr. tieoffrey Mor-i- t tin ami family. Lucille Iva Ledford and Davit were iuet of ttieir aunt at Kiokmonil Sunday. Tile many friend of Mii Cora Bryant are itlnd to ee her baek at In the nU office. her Mr. ami Mr, tt'm. Duncan, of lnl., are kucjI ef hi brother. Mr. Itohert Mbt Me rt l)unsin ami family. Mr. anil Mr. O. L- - Hammock ami family were ameni; the visitor of the "Home Comlnn" ervice at Fox town. Mr. I). A. Ilervey ami children are with her wrenU Mr. ami Mr. Hrown, near l.nneuter, for a vmt. Mr. ami Mr. Chn. Friend ami family were irueit of bU father Saturday nik'ht art. I Sunday Lime, Sand, Portland Crmrnl, Rock, Common and I'lf mil Ilriclt. Iludiun A Mr. ami Mr. T K. I'nce. of Mere week-eniruet of her fother, Mr. Jat. A Scott and family. Iter. Ynuntc i attending the lrnu. l)an-viM- e, d Ito-Ca- Ket Meeting while Mr. Yovn,; i vMUnjc her mother, near MnjM.llle. The Wtur irieen bjr He. I). P. Montgomery at Mt. Tuber Sunday wm well attended and enjoyed by all who were prevent. Mb Rebecca WilliMn and nunt. ail. Payne. of IjinctMter. vtere the' Mr. Fannie Onrrett and Sunday of Mia Rebecca' Mia Martha Onrrett. of Hicbmar. i were icueat of her nnrenta. Mr .ir . iter. Mr. Wm. Ilenderoon. Mr T P. Ital.ton. Mr.. K I Hal- - Mr Kli one da lat weei h, Mr Ktie!Hert Ward, ton anil and K r . Jr were icuet, .f .r Fr 'ia afternoon f the '4ttr' irrand v,', ' '' 'i 4 v . S.- .: f fn U '. II" fa'' -- r. Mr J eetri; Will-te- r Mr. Pih bad the mtfor-tun(. VHHAHU (IH I IT (01 P.T ; Axlilll died and w,u buried at to trik hi Mn which ia W P a i' T. Le tn.s e' :ti. only Mance cemetery. Tbete w him quite a little Httln and trooble VS one day ditference In their death. Hi many friend bone to ee him Cnr e H.l. et a1. eli The bereaved family have tbe sym- out again n. to a in Ian r March Term. 19.M. un at the pathy of the entire community. Mr. Wilon Hrundenbttnr made a Cimm:-ioner will el! a! iu The serie of meeting at Mt. Ta- buoneM trip to Danville Monday. He auction- to tie niche', and b" Djjt bidder t the Court Hou tar continue to (tow in Interest. Mr. Sunn Lewi wa the lnc:iter. Ky., at 11 o'clock. A. M, There hnve been ten addition to week of her brother, Mr. W. C. or thereabout, on date. Much credit i due Mr. Durum lnt Wynn. MONDAY, AUGUST 22. IDil, Montgomery who i leading the wir-uMr. I'.. A. of Ixin7-ton- . Uie real etate mentioned the in for the aplendid ont nervice wn a vUiter nt the Hank nloodinc and devenbed a foltowt: Heinz the tame property that wu Mr. nml Mr. M T. I.edfsrd bad a conveyed to Charle Ingntham by T. their dinner guest Mr. and Mm. It. "HlUy" Ma and "Hilly" I), ( hwtnut. by ded doted Nov. !4. II. Wurd and family, Mr. and Mr. Miller, r.'On. and recorded in the larrttrd were of Lean l.eilford, Mr. ami Mr. Ail d County Clerk' Otfice in Deed Hook here Sunday. In Garrard Conn No. 22, pace Oti and family, Mie Fay Ward, Mr. W. H. I'.oop went U Cisdn- - tr. Kentucky, on Sucnr Creek: ton) Klie Hoop, Ktlzalirlh Conn, and Lukind bounded on tn We4t by the nnti Sumkiy and drove bock .1 cille Davi recently. land of Kaon. on the Kerth by thi car land of Ont-tt- . nw Humphrey, on M been Nellie Scott, who ha Hoy Kitridg, Jam by the routined to her bed for the lnt three Wood, and ttdwin Walker went U and Kat the the - by of Humphrey, Soot1on the land of week, tutTenni; Kitiently and cheer- Corinn Tuedny. Hnrvt Warren and Kd Naylor heir, fully, a very painful bat not eri oonUin.nR 3 acret more or let Several men from here port 00k of There if deducted from the above injury (a prain) caued by brink' the (ih dinner given by 15 r. Owly tract of land .ind not to be 10' J here. thrown from a bum;y which wn in. a tiai: tract of land oid to 1M FanU Saturday. turned over several week h?o t N'aylor. on the oppoite tide of Sugir Mr. and Mr. J. Carlteie, of Colum-b- Ureek rapidly improvlnt; and her many from the main tract of lan I Ohio, are the uet of her The parpo of thi a!e i tj d e will on be friend are hoping vide the net proceed Mr It. C. Wood. from out in. ale amoni; the partie joint ownMr. and Mr. Oarnett Kemper, of the a er Mt Jennie Ktehanfeon. of Mlitir,-iburtheir interest may appear. Lexington were bore Ssnday in Uioir Um Httroctive w TKKliS. new Studebaker l.lmonine. The ait will be made on a cred.t Mt of her Fannie Dowden Mr. Oron Van Winkle, of Cincinf ix month ,nd the purchaser will the pnt week. nati. pont lavt week with hw undo. bo ronuirod to execute bond .t ; approved security for the nurcha Mr. and Mr. Willie 1 end pen Mr C A Van W.nk e jnd family. price, due in :x month, and boarrur' with a i o'clock dinner ix W1 Mr Hi' . j ' . r, Wm. pH.d.per cont mtereit from date until Tmtrwiny eveninx at their beaut fu! having the s. w r i,.r. a jodrment upon force and etfect of ni-bnme near Kirkaville. which execution .. ! rk Mr. may payable to W. II. Hrown, dnMeT-tr- r c.iu-iniPur-Hian- the other little twin of Mr. Itber r'i !'( ed - tret Wed-nel.tj- Cool in a Drinks m Delicious Flavors at our SODA FOUNTAIN m Our snappy ice cream sodas are cool and re- freshing. Don't be afraid to give the children our ice cream. It it made of the purest cream, flavored with the finest extract. It is healthful. Our syrups and crushed fruils are always pure and fresh. Surprise the folki by taking home a quart of our ice cream. Our drugs are always fresh; our prices moderate. Come to US for it Thmpn. r. Mer. Led-for- l.anter, 1itin Mer. !ni McRoberts Drug Store MAKKSBURY M. u, an nh, coin. 1 l Ill . . - I efr.fl M llr h. I maiiiiawiicns STORMES DRUG STORE j 1- . . ,ar jm.nun- - Mr. W. T Doa' n and otner- damare ity. were done. Mr W ford Dye. nt Llert, wfcu The P. Y. P. U met at the uua! ha heen .t.nit retat ve here re time '.at Sunday evemn;. The turned laV. week. They nMturer member leading. Mr. and Mrs. Pholp. of Losinston, will have to icet a little more exper pent the week-en- d with Mr. and Mr. enco if they beat the younger memTroy Hocvber to a "diploma." Mr. t!oe'l Mr. Siier and daurhtor. Mb He- - Hrown made a icood talk before t.. bocca. of Lancater. '.ave been v..t- - oc.ety ioe. Muter Commiioner of tne Garrard in Mr Mar Dot an f.i"-.')- . l r u t Court, and a Hon w.l1 bo Adz DlisUced by electric Planr. upon the property old un:l Try a lack of BalUrd't Obeliik I jro'-.ate The mix ! prolml.ly nnioiis tbe olmoney pa J. Flour. It civet talitf jictien of metal Implement, hut It work W II BRoWN. SU.--lludton A. Farnau. Idie! now is Mm done by nn electric '. er darr ir I fi "!.. ( j Don';" anj Mr. Raymond planer which perform the lnk much ! V. . ::er,.!e i tr.e party tv n by 0Hlcr an'l with lo expendlturu ot I. I KKR. V f . A I ! - Mareo, near tlryant::'e. ,lmo- - " M lelsnel for honvy work. uch n hn liton done by the ada A 1 e Sutton bosan her '! mj:. ntiout !ilpynrd and lmllnr etab-V.o- n Murday. wmlo M Ida tl'hment. It I driven by comprced ,ue mar a achool term at R:ce'a'r anil work on the turblno prtn- j c,P,e with n f.riyhli , v cutter. j Mr a;..! Mr J. I. Hamilton. M..Mi ' NnvUr and Xorma Hunu EXCURSION ' " er a.tended the Harrtxtt--been .1 ir:nr Hane W v f r bam Inion. demolished a Iar?a wake Geo. Rob.nion, sn It l.sx ng'.w, hat' it uprooted several forett treeei for - - I 1 e 1 ll 1 I livery Year Is a Buick Year " .Many mo I fir NVeJnoijlajr. Mr B Mre ji if IVUrd. Ml4e, Emily CINCINNATI, O., Ba.k.er. a- U: Aliee Sutton, who were. week of Mr. Deppen. of' and return via $3.15 L. & N. t .M!eronv:" tid Mr. Ben Huuhe and jajtfi'er. ot Iincater, spent Tr.urt-- ( M. Suan K. Sutton, Mi 11 re iu.n.nc for a two weekV ' . - er tr; returned Saturday. On' they took in New Albany! ; $3.15 . 0 imday, Aug. 14, 1921. I i ' Je T j-- .... f huril r cf frend w jj j wat t r ' Ur buried T II ... n,,..! ... u at Lancater will leave hereav.-fan.i'y i and relative l t: pa? n.a- -j e" jr , Special train will leave Lan-:. A M returning Fourth St. Station, Cincinnati 6:30 P. M. Standard Time, (7:30 P. M. City Time.) For further information consult Local Ticket Agent. ;. claims ato utadu, too fu of thmti It not only does more litivsliioeo avqr luttuidtNl to ho sultgtntiifftud. The sintdMaitt enrriod 'in tlio CMtliti of dollarn' worth of than any tit h or car rupruioittcd in tlio a&sotihtLian, er lit enrd a.s by tlio sauu' token haild.n more chn.it any concorn in the world n$ , "Final and not initial cost,- - tin," advortfc-oinofl- t is uatly uscuiitlulu f iror. Jn and noarly nmny all other In the N'uw York ami Chicago AttttMoli!lu nutkurs in Aitturiea uotNhined. Buick Ium groined this hik'h pluce by one .Show, vrtvun liy thu NutJeitttl Aoefutltit gf Motor Cr .MnimfHcttiroiv, Stiv. olmfco U14 t' smw f kum to lUi qui doltifr jrriAst tlmt (Mt thin? alone, the value of the product, backed by the superb orjronljtutlon which builds and .nelKs it, Honeei iniaootiicUtrittf ImuonI, For ytom mn lliiick Iwi 'MtitMt Woiidfctiis: Iwve oiMi' 001110 iuio Utofr own. If yott Uavw'l a UttJiri, Wy qitu (ptia "ONLY IN A CAN BUICK YOU CET A BUICK." Lancaster Buick Co EVERY YEAR IS A ttfe Recharge dad Repair dl aukes ?f IkKcries, BUICK YEAR." CONN & CONN GARAGE. LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. a CONN and CONN Th Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thuriday, Aug 4 1921 MS . night and Sunday with Mra. R. M. IATFIELD DENTIST Office over Ths Garrard Bank-376. Olfics S. Pboaa KENTUCKY LANCASTER. Ridnc J.J.Byrne Exclusive. Opttmetriit KENTUCKY. DANVILLE, Opposite Gilcher Hotel. Offics Hours 8 la 12 and t to S p.m. J. A.Beazlev .MINERAL OlHcv Over DIRECTOR KV Nstlonsl Hank. Residence Phone 3 Office I'h me 27 LA NT A ST KR Dr. Printus Walker VETERINARIAN. Call. Aniwrr.J Promptlf Daf of Nuht. Plimia 3 1 7 KENTUCKY I a flCAM K 1' BUCKEYE Centers 7eo. lUy sold to Mr. mc nice cattle last week. M Lillian Keller, of Lancaster is visiting Mii Christine Davu. Miss Alice 111! Jenkins of N'ewhy. Tulbott Jenkins. h visits.; Ml. Kettie Uuy vMited Mr. Ottii liny Hunt in Hazard last westk. Miss Allone Curtw. of Bryanisville Im been vtV.ttnji fnends here. Bale tin for ale. Hudson 4. Parniu. Mrs. Walker Burdett and children spent la week with Mr. P.tdtt Carter. Meetinit every moraine at lt:tt ad in the evenimc at 8 o'clock until ami Sssnday. Mr. and Mm Talhatt Jmkns were Wm. Jer.K... asart of Mr. and Mr. at Kewby last week. NithUmllt, have for a few day. Head r en visited her Mr. daughter. Kn. Howard Kim? and WOLF TRAIL at Brynnssville Mm. Walter Davl R. Price Mrs. Mose Ray and J recently. iir. ana Mrs. r.. Mewnrt ana are on the sick list. Mr. Elmer Ray, who has typhoid daughter returned to their home in Louisville after a weeks v. sit with fever I improving slsswly. Mr. and Mrs. Oar Hay Mr. and Mrs. Abe Barton enter tained a few relative Friday. Miss Bert Dailey spent the week KENTUCKY FARMERS end with Mlvs Theiasn Wheeler at Mc REAP RICH HARVEST. Querry. and Andrew Stotts Mosdamea Homer Cannon and baby visited Mrs. Revenue from Breeding ThoroughEdi Warren recently. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbert Dailey and Bo bred Hur.es Only Profit to visitor of Mr. son were week-en- d Depended Upon. and Mrs. Hunter Davis. Mr. and Mrs. Naylor. af Rneaa Sale of Blooded Colts Produces Vista, were week-en- d viaitoni af Mr. Money When Other Product and Mrsoshiah McCulley. Bring Lo. Mr. and Mr. Ottitt Stotte and lit-- t daughter, visited Mr. Stove Aicie lost and family Saturday night. Kenlueky Tli( farmer has money on his wheat sad corn; he ii Mr. John Fain and daughter, af to ship hi catil aad hi? to Kansas spent a few day last wek forsvxl a laslnj and constantly falling mar-lif- with Mr. Joe Hay and family. on his tobatei .mil lils lni-li.ive nirlr driven him Into biak-- , M:ss Grade Dean and Mary ruptcy. The calamities or Teater are visitlmc Mr. Allen Teater world are plae-- d upin his biek. aland faml.y aad ather rshuiss. ready beat double by Ps burdens, untos-arcoailHons. Under the Mr. and Mrs. Walter Pain and ehil-thtins fortuna'o exoptlon among . untertatoesl Sunday by farmers Is the stoek ralaer who ons,u;n- and Mra. CUrenee eicCulley. mares. Ho one or monj thoroiiirhbrJ demind for nlwaya finds a mtlon-wls,jr ard y,, jgi tjjduy and chil- 'AiM Mhk Mantsrsrt Doty nad Mr. Old-knDoty, of Kc has ami. ire vMtinK their water. Mr T. S. Pierutt. Mrs. Flora Lanc and daucV.er, Francis, of been viittnx lr Go. and Mrs. J. M. Amon entertained tie Broadus and Mr. Jeff Halcomb Thursday. attended the Harrodsbunr fair Thurs about twenty iruest Mr. Andrew Hall Is a irueit of Mr. Anion the number were Rev, J. F day. (Joins, Jr., Is nick with Mr. Ash Earl Holman. Price, Mr and Mrs. A. C Miles, Mr Misses Maymc Lee Ballard and Typuaul fever, Miss Thelma Simpson Is at home and Mrs. Hiram Ray, Mr. anil Mr. Stella Mae Grow were in Lexington Mrs. Ja m Oslwrn was with H. M. Kurtx and family, Mrs. Nora Thursday shopping They were acfrom Summer school at Bored. fr ends Thursday. BalMessrs. Cart May and John (.and Teater, Misses Salhe Lou Teater and companied home hy Mrs. K. H. M si Fannie Mcrida is quite ill at Ethel Ray lard, w here she has been the guest of were In Lexington Monday on f s wrting with the mumps her sister, Mrs. W. T Woolfolk. (late tie for lle. Dr. and Mrs. B. C Hose entertainMlis Grade Dean Teater of JessaHudton A Farnau. ed the following to dinner Sunday. mine is a truest of Miss Uernke Teat.'.tas.er Kari Ciark was a visitor er. Mrs. Edd Price is some better at Mr. and Mrs, G. A Bowling, Mr. and r Ja of (iejrge and Herchel Smith Mrs. David Rankin, Jr, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mr. J. D. Ilobbltt have this writing art i Hobrrt Rose and Mrs. J.inie Rose, Mr. keen viltlnir friend and relatives at Mrs. K. H. Edwards is visitinu and Mr. J. Hogan lltllard M.ss Lido Itrexiililus, of HyaUsville Somerset. friends in Versalle. orient tlie psi week viMtlntr Mr. and Raie Ball. Mm Allene Curtis, of Bryantsville Bale ties for sale. Mm Miley Beailey. A very Interesting game was p'.iy-ewas a truest of Miss Mary l,e Kurta Hudson A Farnau. Mrs. Mary Coley, of Richmond, is at HryanUville Sunday, Jut 3trd. kit week. the week with Mesdamc spendng Mr. and Mrs. Walter Fain .pent when our boys stepped out against Mr. Vintil Ilobbltt has been a cuest week-en( arr e Davidson and Wm. Sutton. with Mr. and Mrs. Joe the Lexington Utility team, which of his father, Mr. J. D. ilobbltt and the Rny, of Buckeye. and two Mrs. came over to give us a shutout Mr and Mrs. Joe Turner Bobbitt n. dren, Virgel and Alice, visited Mr. Ml Muraret Doty, of Richmond, Mr. and Mr. W. J. Broadus and This w a ihot game as the core in the fifth inand Mrs Ollie Graham Sunday. visiting relatives In was on tie of ami was a truest of Mis Mary Lee Kurtx children are ning, but our boy made another in and Pineville. Mr and Mrs. Henry Tuttle dunns the poit week. M ss Daysie Bunnell were Sunday St Goodloe V Walker Urol, for the G 7th. inning eore and put it 7 Mr. and Mrs. Hubert May, Mr. and In our favor. to guest uf Mr. and Mr. Ollle Graham. Mrs. Hobart May and son. Newland American Wire Fence at rratlj reThe remainder of the game w:s duced price. Mrs. 7.. T. Riee and son. Z. T Jr.. spent Sunday in Madison. played and nobody scored. and Uobt. Leslie, visited Mr. Carrie Mrs. W. R. Davu and son N'ewton, Saddler pitched .1 good game and Lime. Sand. Portland Cemtnt.J are the guests ef Mr. and Mr. R. I. Dav dsjn from Friday until Sunday. got wonderful support from all the Rock, Common and Pressed Brick. Burton, in Danville. Mr and Mrs. Mack Turner and players a everybody put "pep" into Hudson Sk Farnau. . udren were entertained Sunday at Mr. and Mrs. Louis Broadus and it. Mrs. Noah Mar-seMr and Mrs. Tannine Dailey and Mr. Newton Gosney the home of Mr. and attended the Our boys are coming over the top, children spent a pleasant day with base ball game at Lancaster Friday. having won the last six out of seven Mr Oreen Poynter and oni, Uobt. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Dailey Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hutchlnon games played, vi come on everybody and James, of Lincoln, were visitors Misses Kurtz, Curtis, Doty anJ and little children, of Danville, were and let's root for the boys. Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Poyn- - Mesrs. Curtis and Doty were enter- guest Sunday of Mr. and Mr. M. ter. JUDSON tained Sunday by Mr. and Mr. Kd O. Kennedy. Mr. and Mrs. Dave Cummins and Simpson, of Teaterville. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Creech and famMr. Clayton Ray spent Saturday little daughter. Sue Anna have been Mr. Kirby Teater purchased two ily, of Camden. Ohm. are visiting Mr. recent visitors of Mr. and Mr Jasper calves from Mr. Harvey Teater, one and Mrs. John Nue, Mr. and Mr. night with Mr Simie Ray. Mrs. Name Ray spent tne day Smiti. of Judsnn. from Mr. Talton May and two from Tayler Noe. Friday with Mrs. John Yater Master Kirl Clark, ef the Levins-to- n Mr. John I.and last week. reMiss Allie Mae Edwards has Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Simpson were road spent a portion of la it week Muse Mary Lee Kurtz, M tints ret turned home after several day stay with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Doty and Allene Curti were anion She was .icrom-pame- d visitors in thss vicinity Sunday. Nicholasvtlle. in M.lton Ward. Mr. Simie Clark was tie the guests entertained at the home if home by Miss Mattie Hervey. Messrs. J. I". Foley. J. - YanUs Mr. and Mrs. Htram Ray Friday. Mr. and Mrs. B H. Halcomb. Mr night guest of Mr W '' a- - (' ar aad Bnoch Taylor were visitors in Mrs Henry (,r" ssp Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Ray and M- - and Mrs. t.ou.j W Broadus. Mis I.et-Monday Here and were dinner guosts af Mr. and Mrs. Prank Brown. Mr. and Mrs. Boy ('rather and chit Francis and Oolln dress. Willie O'Xeal. of McQuerry. spent the weekend with Mr. aad Mrs. Wm. Walker. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Ward. Mr. Tom Ward. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Yaatw and two n. spent a deliarhtful day Sunday with Mr. aad Mr. Vai. Clark, of th Islington roa I. THE Mr. ana! Mrs. Martin L. Adams, af U. S. NOniiY TRHAD Louisville, were gsje Tsiay rnifhi Vir the Rosng h reSlly , muJ "f af Mr. aad Mrs. James Van Us. On wtih in hilijr nMnirr Htir nun mum tfatitentm Wilna4Ay Mr. and Mr Adas acIb.rxl it a (. t rnihrir companied by Mr. and Mra. Yantia y.t Uvit, is qui if took an er joyahle motor trip to wlwStf appritr.1 bj- - mosmtng ta as tb U. S. Nbby Tr.aJ. rin Uaoausharo. Tinchastr. Vjlloy View, Hichmsmd, llerea and lis rr MmpHeiijr thrw rows of dUgnal knobs, grlppisg the iimI IksnviU. i th r.iult of alt the jratt of U. H. GUY. GUNNS CHAPEL Lane. Mr. Edward Nsylor .spent Sunday with his grandmother, Mns. Nannie Lan-cut- er lUy Miss Virginia Itiy xpent a tew :iay last week with her aisler, Mrs. C H, Naylor. was the Mrs. U U .'.Lilthcw guest Tuesday of Mra. W M. Simp busi-nes- BRYANTSVILLE r-- d d e. Sn-url- I- 1 S.ir'al I.twrence Pollard were guest Sunday of Mr. ami Mns. Ben Pollard See Goodloe A Walker Bros, for American Wire Fence at (really reduced price. and Mar Mesdimes Sun Clark shall Ray were the guests Friday of Mrs. Evert Barker. Mr. Maggie Tr.icey spent Wed nesdiy night with Mr. and Mrs. itobt Lee Traey of Bourne Mr. and Mrs. John Yuter were the guesU Monday of Mr. and Mi James Eason. of l.inr.ister. Litno prrtenl Um it around all outbuildings. Hudton A FarnaH. Mr and Mr. Wm Black and Miss Agnes R.S.V were the truest Sunday of Mrs. Nannie Ray and daughter, Mr. Kirby Teater bought a calf from Mr. Henry Grimes and Mr. S imie Ray at Cta per lb. last week. Mr. and Mrs. James Thompson and son, were the gesLs Saturday night md Sunday of Mr ami Mrs Sim Clark. Mr. ind Mrs. Robert Simti delightfully entertained about fur e guests Wednesday in Honor of Mrs. Simpson'. birthday An enjoyable day was spent by all and e gues's ief w sh'Pg Mrs. Slmp-- : 31 tra , 3t U birthday. son. Mr. md Mrs. diiv. r J n. .'!, .tlti. evtry MusSWr 04" iprtst wit) iud tu wostd ovrt. ljp Ifeverytoone listened experience how much theyii save nnd talk to the next mim see with U. S. Tires on his car. Ask him why. Most likely you'll hear an interesting story about his tire experiments before the answer was found. Money wasted. Promises unkept. Trouble on the road humorous to every one except the V1 STOP t! - everything by the way of "staggering barcuins", ' hurrah discounts ', 'discontinued laws at leas" and so forth they know ivinf nof to rfef. They want a fresh, tivn tire. With a Kood reputation. That's everything it says it is. With the eople behind it who back it u(i. Sra)i smf $ wtth ' tl 3.fit TitrMnf ftsa) txi tu Ut w, rou . Di-al- d o Mrs. Robert o $1 000. wui'.o tho yearllns; will sell for from $1,500 to $10,000; UmB( s,bJi portnd Cement, county farm a colt from a OncW. Common and having lrou;h. at oae of hs recent Hud.on 4. Farnau. ! Siratog aales $JS.O90 Year In and year out. the Kentucky y Mollt Moberley and Miss .. tborougbbn-- l finds a ready market; and trank VntU,r were buyers from all over tho wrold oomln? Minn to this Sta- - to aocuro material to v.sUr last week of Mr. Allan him ISOO WSaTffl J;flirn i JrT KttT 6fv Mr man who went through it. Finally U. S. Tires. .And U. S. Tires ever since. Perhaps it's tho experience of U. S, Tire buyers that makes them more emphatic in their preference than ever this year. R. Pr...d . Toat-impro- the horses of their respetlvo tr hnj fn,i.j, countrlw or loealttles. Osnr Ulddlo a, Mismm Mary IM0.O00 for ManO'-W.ir- , rus-.-l horse brxl by Mr. August Uslmont In I'r ce and Op-i- l Old ujr ,o, uw run name, ww sold for tllS.OM: and not Mr nl Mw, raiiah MoMiUtan and long ago. John K Maiden nay were j.. a" mn In the 51M.000 for a h:f Rock, no tukyrcl stallion. Friar I'hce, near guest s Sunday of Mr. und Mrs. a f3rj th near Judaoa. tho alud at Hamburg IfJii;.. ,h.r .hneanahhred sial-- ! Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Mobarl.y. Mr. Hans and mires of nearly, if not quite. 'and Mrs. Carl Moberley attended the nrlcelws value are owned la the State. burial of Lilburt Naylor Sunday af .Wheat, corn aad tobacco are often crop ternoon at Lancaster. failures, and cauls and hogs ars Mr. and Mrs. Allen Teater, Mr. and frequently raised at a loss. But tho taoroufbbred has a great ptrmineat Mrs. Elbert Teater and Master Frank value, for nowbero elso la this country Allen Foster were In Je.samine Wed- . ... aiV. t.rfMtlnn n In L .... t Kentucky; and ht fame and tho do- - neduy visiting Mr. and Mrs. Harmon J Teater. sail for lila aro vorld-srido- . horae Is ittt WMj; of all records H t,nttl opponent Uia' and vletor ovr all Mr and Mrs. Elijah MstMilliaa nad made miiis of h mo' brilliant of turf history, lis has be-- n return! to r Hoimon J. spent the day Sotur-hi- s , native beariU. ihre to pens'oat m Je"i"- w lh " Vtt- raon'h. Man.,1 his ureat iiuaLM-- s K'entueky. A Man-O'-Wa- A smasher wondr J,r . and Lueille pent one niwht wth Miss HaMe and Mr. Davks Chnt When these men hava tried most 92 U. S. Factory Branches. Your local U. S. is drawing upon thorn continually to keen his stocks sized ;ij, complete to cive you srrvice?. Whenever he nets one or a hundred tires from n U. S. Factory Branch, thoy nre newly made tins season 's fres. Sold to you ut a nef price. Full values. Square-dualinA reputable maker. A reputable dealer. The whole transaction as bef-t- the leadership of tho oldest and largest rubber organization in the world. There nre United States tires arc Good Tires U. S. USCO TREAD U. S. CHAIN TREAD U. S. NOBBY TREAD U. S. ROYAL CORD c. s U.S. RED & GREY TUBES Lt tiroinsr. i'iayiiiow, lntrt u. Ken-."1- ib. i(o,, United States Tires United States Bu-1- A Rubber Company Haselden Brothers Garage, Lancaster, Kentucky. Becker and Ballard, Bryantivllle, Kentucky. Paint Lick Garage, Paint Lick, Kentucky. The Central Record. Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Aug 4, 92 1 1 VEGETABLES ARE V Evm-vrfiin- d far OtTAT ITY nothing for show THAT'S OUR IDEA in making Quality Cigarette. iWhy, just buy Camels and look at the package! It's the best packing science has devised to keep cigarettes fresh and full flavored for your taste. Heavy paper outside secure foil wrapping inside and the revenue stamp over the end to seal the packt. age and keep it air-tigh- CHEAP FOR FOOD Particularly Valuable Arc Those Available During Spring and Summer Seasons. SMALL PLOT Ever Get Bilious? Try This NR Tonight Tnko NR ntonce. Get digestive nnd eliminative orgnns working in harmony and relief is immediate. Never causes grioing. Tomorrow Feel Right IS SUFFICIENT of I Oardtn Truck at Source Mlntral Much Mattr Mor and Protein Important Than Many Ptepl Fully Realit. by lh nl note this! There's nothing flashy about th'ft Camel package. No extra wrappings that do not improve the smoke. Not a cent of needless cxpenso .that must come out of the quality of the tobacco (And Camels wonderful and exclusive Quality wins on merit alone. Because, men smoke Camels who want the taste and fragrance of the finest tobaccos, expertly blended. Men smoke Camels for Camels smooth, ciga-rctt- refreshing mildness and their freedom from y aftertaste. Camels are made for men who think for them a selves. R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO COMPANY, amel WSaaton-SaL- Unltnl Slate D.rart-inaf AcrtwUltui ) The old Hilitgu. "an uple u thiy keep, tho doctor HMHy," might quit ii well haie rend "u carrot or an onion a duy," nml probably I lit nwult on Id he about llie name Hi re Kurds reducing the doctorVegetable Mil In the diet, of nil kinds are hut pnrtlculnrly valuable are those available In the sjirtug and summer, of Hi,. t'nlteil Htnl (I nu) specialist Iepnrtment of Agriculture Value of Vegetable In Dltt. Without going Into definite figure It may he stated that the value of icKctahlo .Midi a beans, (en. p tntoe, sweet corn, beat nnd enrrot, I ery hliili. When considered tlie tondpolnt of tlir food v.ilue it the crop that may h- - prolwiil in n glicn area of luud. beam, beet and carrots arc ahead of almost uny oth er garden crop. ( tin- - tenth acre planted entirely to carrots will )leld about a ton, and in energy this would be pial to nlmut S70 fHiunds of average hevf. arre of beet would alio yield about a ton and hi equal to h pound of at erase beef. ncm of limit beans would jleld about 1'Jil pounds of dry bean, equal to nhotit 2".l) pound of beef. A source of mlnernl tnnttrr and proteins needed by the body, vegetable are niurh tnre valunble than - (I'rrt.ar.J netry W1in your llrrr rn on lrlk and l' rep nnd nrpettt return nml fw eel n sl'k h'n.l.l' he nn l n f'"t yourself tntirrly, completelt' r l I romlnr on, lnti i.I of pnH nit ealomrl and Trtre I no better pnvif of th lour llrtr with Mshlnir jwir with atronc, lr prfat val'io of Nature's nmed for rltitlDir purgative, crt out your .ili.n.i r nmt ronatipntlon than tot nl m!M. e'i.ii-- - tlDi; Nil TalUu and fj ti.at morr. than on million Nit take lino rtcht ofT. Tal'ttinvoare tiaej every day. moM l Ian Iletltf win fine Jmt ni fiillrklv and million Uxt:i sjoia avry. wllli It cmulne, laxlr.e txnrnt. ji you vo nol airriny ion Tnero win on tin trrirR, frnkw or r.'i n.(MI Tablet) nrwl Km rue. edy naiure i iitmcayr tnke thj TatiteUI nral irk primf lirst t iMet tonlcht. If your tlinroughty, but tho tlit'in I Muttorn or pr- f Krile. mlt'l nn. t .Ir.c U'tant. ri'htlnuo ti, iaI., (m. f mmi thr. 'nil t'.a ft f .r a week ar at. h Tl'rn notn ImiW ll.n of Nature' Mtmedy on nil feel. Vi.tlp ljr V, lU. r. Imt on ti n w' n i In ruruiir a i'i w.--you'll annd y.nimelf clock w.irk, tt i. r In bettr tlr.ti'llni'nilvny'.m, on tl k .po !iv.eaiir, mtntally. every wy h, lUf lwel nnd r n twen In many a tty riturnt up o amuiit r.i l! .'i nnd Uly j,ifc,ns that !. not t.ike Arur i ,fy . ir ih.it yuti ilay An Nit Tablet tt..tnff tli. i) t.rn nr mr" ' ,v . '. ir. I ii ,. hn oT.n.irk J et .ni- -i t.i keep your ytem III eiod eondl -,, 'Ii HMrrrii' In in I ttinlntemirtef! Kiiillrtent, tin will t your beat. nml you oan ru cl nslmltAtln h Mii'h of Ul' 'ti, nlnays fel Itememoer It r I m,'! lie. liift. i n IIm r tI t - r nril c'icatwr to kep will than i wi.tk with t vr tu k t w It tt .r. t." Jut try(S'ft m t n l,t jU h lea unl" rjcr-'Naluri'a rtcmtdy Tabet ! ipev," wantta-ra- , 't i 'I, narj-'K- J und r..gniiucnJol by r. a l.olo frilii.tf t!.ja tu.u, mttgy, it .., ilnrri tir.s iu 1 i- -" ix riur . Ri-t- 1 ft lv. it in nt me-!lcl-n i t- l ! f ftd R. E. McROBERTS, Lancaster, Kentucky. fru W?- - TABLETS - Hi it ,r ft .t Lut nV.i n akc ilKi'-Ac- . jWhenr Yield Is Increas-- ! ecl By Use Of cid n.i.'e npplied fert. Ho!li l.meaione One-tent- One-tent- i N. C A I an.' ph give bet'er returns wicn 'upple nented w'th oriran.c nn'ter. accor'inii' to result, of exTre.it nr v Kr.mi.cl w tii acid periment whu-also show that rock istiHl in phoiphnte resulted in an incrensc of phosphate in particular t live buheU of era.n an acre for increasing crop yields when used in Henry Harmon, n Marion county far. connection with cover crop to supply mer, who organic pintter. with the Division ef Agriculture and A ppnr soil is usually one wh:cH County Acent H. J. Children in con is low in organic matter while n oi! ducting the demon ration. Mr. wh.ch contains a cood supply of Harmon applied 1150 pound of acid matter is easily and rapidly phosphate on one Held and left n sitni-a- r built up to a state of hftfh produc-tivenfield untreated for comparison. There i no cemmcrcial The treated Md yielded 20 liujhelj' organic 'i.atter which enn be profit-nb'- y h;ch Kraile wheat an acre while the used by he farmer and for that e untreated hV j. elded 1." brheh of reason he must grow it or nfer. it in in te form of stable km n .ti aire manure Phosphate ic e. rannu-fnitur- Form And Home News From Over Kentucky ToilJ county farmer who arc cooperating with County Agent I. l Graddy ami thr Kxtension DivUion of the College of Agriculture in eliminating the rub dairy ires from the county arc making rapid progress in the movement, according to report from the county. Three meeting were recently held in the interest of the drive at which time 15 farmer agreed to ue nothing but purebred tr on all their dairy stock. Gravel county boy and girl have enjoyed one of the most successful club camps held up to the present time In the series of S3 being con ducted by the Junior agricultural de partment of the College of Agricul ture, according to report.i mado by club worker,. More than 105 farm boy and girls of the county were enrolled in the camp. More than 75 Jersey breeder In Christian and Todd counties recently made a tour of successful dairy farms In the counties to acquaint themselves with the method being practiced by other bredcr The breeder were nrrompamed by K M l'rcwitt, dairy Fyette Farmers Plan To Sow Ashland extension speca!. st from the C oi.rge of Agriculture. Marion county boy and girl have for the started tlirtr preparation Junior livestock Judging contest which will be held at the Kentucky State Fair, September 14. Candidate for the team which will represent the county are being trained by County Agent II. J. Childress. A total of more than 170 Marion farmers and their wives recently attended six poultry culling demon-- , strntions held by County Agent II. J. Chlldret. according to a report from htm. Method of culling the loafer hen were explained to the poultry-me- n and their wive and circular outlining the method distributed. Twenty-fivof those who aw the demonstration agreed to cull their e MAN'S BEST AGE Vtgttablaa Fumlth Conddtrabte tion Por- Sweet Clover Valuable In Improving Worn Soil has come to be recogas one of the most valuable of the leguminous crop for soil improvement, where condition arc fav. ornble for its crowth, and perhaps the most valuable for this purpose on badly worn soils, according to Circular No. CO which ha just been revised by members of the soils and cropj department of the College of Agriculture and prepared for distribution among interested Kentucky farmers. The crop will grow on any type of Kentucky soil provided it contains earbonate of lime, according tJ nized Wheat Ashland wheat, the new variety developed by the Kentucky Agricul tural hxpenment Station, will town on more than 30 Fayette county farm this fall, according to n report by County Agent V. It. Gnbbcrt Some of the farmer will sow the! entire wheat acreage with the new train while other will demontrate it yielding qualities as compared to other varieties by planting plots o it in addition to other strains. Ash land ha proved to be u conisten yieldcr in Central Kentucky and ha given excellent nnults whenevur Fultz wheat has been popular, ac cording to crop pecialjU t th tation. Ourign the year from 101 to 1020 lncluive the average yield an acre of Ashland at the station farm has exceeded those of the thre leading varieties of wheat in the State including Jersey Fultr, Ful cater nnd Currell' prolific. and Substanc Ndd InMlntral Btald Bulk. Olat, Vitamin A man is as old as his organs ; he can oe ns vigorous and heaitny at 70 as at 35 if he aids his organs in performing their functions. Keep your vital organs healthy with Sucet clover tf COLDMEDAL llocks. Ten Carroll county fnrm boy are candidate for the Junior livestock judging team which will represent that county in the contest to be held at the Kentucky State Fair, September II. The bo are being trained by County Agent It. M. Greene. Al.o they tup-pl- y wklch I belle ed to keep tlie body lu totnl working order. In the course of nature, human belnci Th world' lunjard remedy for kidney, a well a some nnlmnl teem to hive llv.r, bUJJcr and unc acid troaMM o developed that they need n certain tine I696J corrects disorder; stimulate which Is beit viul ciijins. All druggists, three lilt. amount of rout-hne-, Vw Mem CwU M.del ea eveer k supplied by the courier vegetable Look fw tA eecenl a lmllelii food. During recent year there ha Iwen a growing tendency to reduce the roughaie In cereal and soma other foods, and, In order to offet thia, an extra effort should b made to sup(irov:nfr a winter cover crop Is the ply plenty of vegetable and fruits. In of supplyinp organic addition, fresh tegetablcs nr among J bett mem the best source of what, for lack of nntter to neeJy solU, specialists who e belter name, havo been called stuJled soil fertility problems I m,n.,s- say. When turnod under In the i.A.-- . t,aa in n y people realize, rouglnie. Cover Crops Supply Soil Organic Matter. vita-.hav- V.kli.nli. as 'TJ?Vl ut.l l.k .u.l them by ihmehe. o that w, could look at them, hut It I known that they ar present Just tho fcnine. of the nctlon that they have upon the human body. a not cnl n t0"TC0 the publication. Details concerning the time of planting, soil preparation, innocula-tio- n and the growing of sweet clover for hay and pasture are contained in the new circular. It also outlines the method of growing the crop for seed and discusses its usefulness in soil improvement. It may be obtained ' free" y writing Jjie Experiment Staot available tion, Lexington, Ky ;r w Eat Mor Vegetable. BRODH&flD FAIR AUGUST 17th, 18th, 19th Everybody Is getting ready for the BIG FAIRthe Fair where everybody has a good time.' Don't miss this yearclose up shop, store and office and take a few days rest and recreation and attend this homecoming. You will never regret fact you will feel better by having attended. Itin Too much cutinot be said In favor of n larger proportion of vegetable In the diet of the Amerlcnn people. Tie KuglUh nro cotuldered a uatlim of meat ealem, but It lias been xhoun that AniprlmrM rtior.t tn.nt ,uie enpltn Shan !' the Hnglish. A certain amount o? nient fu the diet I highly delrnlde. but thU xhould al-- i ways be balanced by a suitWent sup-- 1 I ply of vegetable. Ono of the renaon that tunny peo pie have to n great exteut cut from their diet I that they, have been itnahlu to get frvoh and do nut relish stale otien The Individual hotre vejftnblo garden planted either In "i back yard, or n convenient piece of land, not only olvea the problem of uppl)lng th family with wgelnble at low cost and In abundance, but guarantee heir freshness. wge-tables SPRING SUITS OR SHOE LACES CHEWING GUM OR GRINDSTONES As A General Store We carry them all, and everything between. There Is a big advantage in buying everything under one roof, as our customess know from long experience. Profits must necessarily be regulated by the volume of sales, and a Twenty acres of good level grounds having been enlarged this year. CARE OF HEATER IN SUMMER Mluuwiier Kruuse I IShows VlUUUStock Good Exhibits In all Departments, In fact Good Everytning. MIS Races J Music Avoid Oanotr of Rust by Cleaning In spring and Storing In Thoroughly Dry Plac. Triors I danger of rut when a atove or furnace alamU unused for norno time. Sniokeplpes ahould be taken down In the spring, cleaned and stored In a dry place. Tlie door ahould be left open to keep the Ulterior dry. A lump of unlnked lime oo the grata will collect the moisture and thus preveut rust, home economic III the United Slate specialist of Agriculture say. Leave the boiler of a steam or beater filled with water up to (hi safety vaUe, duria ta summer. hot-wat- Greater Shows of Philndeldhin. Pn. with their own Trnin of Fifteen cars will havo charge of the Midway, and they come highly recommended, nothlnuhui strictly clean und moral shows, so be on hand each day Your friends will be there house that handles all lines makes more sales than those that specialize in one line. Sell-in- g more goods enables us to make lower prices, and making low prices keeps them coming to our store. Better join the "big crowd." Or. W. E. Gravity, Prtit. R. H. Hamm, Sicty. Noah Marsee, Jr. General Merchandise BryanUville, Ky. The Central Record, Lancaster. Kv.. Thursday Aug 4, 92 1 1 Machine Work Gash Everybody is thinking of putting Business on a cash basis. Do you realize how much depends on getting your Machinery repaired promptly? When you have a break-dowyou say, "take it to Conn Bros. Machine Shop." We take pride in helping you. If you sent this machinery to the city you would pay cash for same including freight both ways, n of any future control of those islands. To refuse to become a signatory to such an agreement would be to tacitly admit the Japanese intention to wage war against the United Stntes for their possession. It is small wonder the Japanese are squirming and looking for n loophole through which to crawl. Prune The Shipping Board. besides waiting some time for the return. Why not show your appreciation of home industry by paying cash. CONN BROS. "Live and Let Live Folks." nriri rlF The Central Record Issued Wssklr. Payable, in R. L $1-80 IE DC a Y.r. Adrsnc. The business world, at the low ebb of a lone period of depression, never loses its head or makes any serious complaint. Diminished sales and disappearing profits cannot cause it to lose its supreme faith in the future. It builds in adversity today for success in prosperity tomorrow. It is so in every walk of Amoricnn life, in every sphere of American occupation. It is the American spirit, which never admits its defeat, which sees only future victory in the midst of present adversity. This town is a fair sample of the hundreds of thousands that dot the land of free America. We rccoenize Conditions as they exist, and adapt oursolves to them without wastine valuable time in bemoanine our misfortunes. Hut we have no intention of rcmninine in this state of temporary depression. We know that a chanee is on the way and that with a little-patience J. E. ROBINSON, Editor. .ELKIN, Local Editor and Mgr. Entered at the Poat Office in LanMail caster, Ky., as Second-Clas- s Matter. THE AMFHICAN PW.SS ASSOCIATION The pruning knife in the hand of General G. Dawes has been working to a purpose, with the result that many millions of dollars will be saved the taxpayers through a reorganization of the departments in Washington and the elimi nation or unnecessary appro priations. In the past one of the great ambitions of the bureaucrat has been to secure larger ap propriations than were really necessary. Legitimate needs were hardly considered. It was a case of get nil you can and spend more than you get. trusting to congress to make up the deficit. All of this has been changed by Dawes, as director of the budget, and wasteful officials are warned to trim their sails Tobacco Marketing. "Disabled csrv cr men of the and head in close to the wind tobac- - World War are urged to take voca with which the if they desire to remain in close co The i(mnM Central Kentucky tional training under the Federal, prowers of Hoard for Vocational Kdwetii contact with their jobs. the plnn for to "Thos. J North, Local Supervisor General Dawes has accom- marketing of burley tobacco is most of t.V I ouitvi!!c Hranrh Office, is an plished a wonderful piece of surprising. j Lancaster. Ky., Anjusl 4. 1921 Rait, For Political Announcements. Kor Precinct and City Offices. .J5.00 10.00 For County Offices For State and District Offices 15.00 .10 For Calls, per line .10 For Cards, per line For all publications in tho inter-eof individuals or expression of individual views, per 10 lino Wrtrl" lint wlint will it avail us if the government is going to continue pour-- j ing billions into that loose Kimiilvunfil'ii jointed maverick knowi as the shipping board, which is on a orgy ot omcml waste ami squandering? Why not turn Dawes loose on the shipping board, with in- striirtifirm to nriine to the lim- .OS Obituaries, per line it? Of course, the general might Announcements get into one of his famous We are authorized to announce "Hell and Maria" moods and the following candidates, subject to blow the thing up with a action of the Democratic Primary, August Cth., 1921: of dynamite, or tow it out into the Atlantic and sink it. For State Sanator But in either case we are inJ. E. ROBINSON we will welcome clined to the belief that he For Circuit Judge would earn a collective and CHARLES A. HARDIN its arrival. The American spirit of op- vociferous "amen" from a hunCommonwealth's Attorney EMMET V. PURYEAR timism is the one that wins dred million Americans. Taxes are high as it is, withmost in the end. For Representative out feeding them to an inaniROBERT II. TOM L1NSQN, JR. mate gourmand. st ... . few-ton- s For County Judge J. C. WILLIAMS For County Attorney GREEN CLAY WALKER For Circuit Clerk JAMES 11. WOODS, JR. For Sheriff DAVE SANDERS Jftpan In A Tight Hole. Deputies, Aihby Arnold, II. D. Lee, For County Clerk MISS FANNIE DOWDEN For Jailer DAVID ROSS For Mafiitrate J. II. CLARK R. L. BARKER We are authorized to ennoance the following candidate, ubjt to action of the Republican Primary August Cth., 192T: NOAH Tor Mafiitrate MAIISEE, JR. Optimistic America. The American people are ntitiniktir. Nothing over appears to cuueb them serious alnrm or coneam. They enn't hec the dark side of anything. The sun always shines for them. The lone dry summer, cobt intf hundreds of millions of dollars in stunted crops, causes some disappointment, but no lamentations. The farmer just makes the best of it and sails right alone on his course, firm in the conviction that what he loses this summer he will make up at another time. Japanese statesmen are in a quandary. They hardly know which way to turn. Whatever course they take they are due to have some of their fondest dreams shaken. In calline the international conference at Washineton and including Japan in the list President Hardinp specified the far eastern question as one of the subjects for consideration and adjustment. That is very objectionable to the Japanese, who prefer to have an exclusive hand in the far east, where China and Korea are at their mercy. If she declines to diseuss Jar eastern questions with the Uni ted States, England, France, Italy and lioleium, she admits her ulterior motives, places herself on the defensive, and alienates the respect and for feits the eood will of tho other participants in the conference. If she enters into a discus sion of such questions she must abide by the decisions of the conference, which means that the other far eastern countries will eet a square deal and .la panese ambitions of exploita tion will be forever shattered. Aein. it is shrewdly suspected that Japan has designs upon the Philippines and other American possessions, includ A conference ing Hiwaii. agreement would exclude the Japanese from the possibility At Home A.nd Abroad. London Lord Northcliffe, newspaper publisher, who is "seeing America," advises Americans to travel abroad. Good advice, provided a per son has the financial means and has seen the interesting and ipstructive points of his own country first. men who have been in England, France, Germany and other countries will tell you that foreign lands offer nothing bet ter to see than what can be found right here in the United States. Nature was at her best whon she created this country and endowed it with its richness, and from the day of its cre ation it has been blosoming under the hand of God and man. There are millions of Americans who apparently do not realize that many of the marvels of the earth are within a day or two's ride of their home marvels that they have never seen. Ah an example, of the two and a quarter million people in Chicago there are probably not over twenty per cent who have ever seen the stock yards, and yet they are the greatest in the world. You can watch a steer unloaded from a stock car and watch it step by step until its meat is in u refrigerator ready Ex-servi- IJel-giu- t rejecting training, for if you accept it wttldn a reavosiable time, yon Istse your right to it. "Yon ran be trained in school, shop, factory, effke, store, or moil anywhere men work, provided It I considered by the Federal Hoard a good place to train men for a trade. man. and state that many The pure to tram you may be found In the face of the fact that every lrower must know, in the licht of disabni men fai' ' answer h. Vt .ft .our home county, if net, the lernment will send you elsewhere put experiences that there is no fu- tet ti meet he rrpn entativs of r t. eipenw " ture to this industry if present meth- office at dt- - grated places od of mnrkttinjr ate continued why he should hesitate anil draw buck from the Sapiro plan t unexplain-ablsays the Blibethton New. He knows thftt the price of hi to.i and investment is absolutely determined by a conspiracy between the bit; buyers; that there M only a preNon-Skl- d Tire $9.00 tended competi'ien upon the lloors of 1- -2 Non-Ski- d the leoeeaf warehouses. Tire $11.50 He now at the mercy of avarici GUARANTEED SIX THOUSAND MILES. ous corporations who buy at less than cost of production, and sell at an 30x3 Tubes $2.00 30x3 1- -2 Tubes $2.25 enormous profit. GUARANTEED ONE YEAR Street He knows that the Wail reputatde newspaper. Journal, a most BREAD PER LOAF NINE CENTS. recently published that the tobacco Hip Four, made out of buyer, the PLENTY ICE WATER the 1120 crop $107,000,000. How much did the grower make? He knows that unless something is done that the crop of 1021 will be handled like the crop of 1120, and under the present plan of marketn he cannot help himself. It i up to the growers to deter No Qrcat American Sta Poet, Put It Up to the Teacher. mine whether they are going to con KoK'am I fin! In really great verse It wan Jimmy first day in school Four m tlnue to work for the Uir of sen ami shipping. From Tennyl and be to be irry much they can make millions or whether lo as very nttriithe to son's "Itallni! of the Hcretice" and they nre point: to demand a fair shore everything the tearber nld. In one Kipling's "Constwlso I.tchls." Hncllsh of the profit in tobaeee. Class the tearln r a'ked Jimmy how hnrils hate snug of splmlrlft and orests pray America, In lmcfellow, The demand for cigarette tobacco many ilngrrs be had Tt.e little fel is continually growing and the l.urlej low stuck out his finer mxl said WMtttcr, and n few Hlirm iiate. dnt great In "Tine they am: bin! sen rock pools, 'll.ocome. Amerl-n- n makes the best cigarettes. Are the to tlic tcailier: poet i jrt lo growers going to share in the profits count 'em." of increased demand, or are they going to let the manufacturer have all of it. They cannot worst themselvos Uy signing the contracts for marketing. It is their one chance to escape from the present commercial slavery. With the Sapiro Jan adopted by seventy-fiv- e per cent of the grower there is the very brightest outlook for the tobarco industry in Kentuck) If this per rent doe not sign thetn the industry is doomed. marketing has huc- ceeiled in California in imperishable A DE LAVAL Cim Srfnnu products, why should it. not succeed urt tad imn tvoc s iLj,tiny in Kentucky with a product that im city ui tlx jf.i, It it ll pedixrr tJ proves with age? tij, (mm lacons diuuif rwrr What is done must be accomplished axxtth, tr(ujlu ol mm u wcslSri, in the next two months and grower III unnf ol Uttii (i iIom i, to U.l stand in the light of their own .n- llul tlx Dt Ltd lor UkU m s ilxxt bm AhnUullhrcititpiiiUityourt teresta in refusing to sign the con la pranJt box coaJortt sad tracts. do-nod e for shipment. You can trncc the path of the hide, and the tallyw, the horns and the hoofs and even down to the blood and the hair, step by step until they are all turned out a finishready for the ed market. Ami yet but few Americans ever think of visiting this marvel of the age. The stock yards are only one of the many sights to be seen It would rein this country. It Is quire years of travel to see and comprehend them all. It seems to be the custom for many people who amass a competence to rush right over to some foreign country to "see the sights," all of which could be seen at home on the screen and;have us send it down together with any for a few cents. They see a. othcrjtfroccrles. few things over there, and missi a lot of things over here. O ft-- ( en they are embarnssed to find that some foreigner who has1 never been here has a better! I knowledge of this country than they have themselves. The fellow who rushes abroad "without first knowing You do not lose your right to his own country reminds us of VOCATIONAL on pensat on by accepting vocational the poor fool who passed by a TRAINING training dull nugget of gold in order to Hoard will give you "The pick up a scintillating piece of training suited to your education and your physical condition glass. For All Disabled "AH dii aided men are We have many of them. urged tonvrstigate carefully before Men. WHY BAKE BREAD? This Hot Weather When Easierand Cheaper To Phone 20 Currey & Gulley. Ex-Servic- e TIRE BARGAINS 30x3 30x3 SANDERS VARIETY CASH STORE npp-uret- Haselden Bros., of Lancaster, say: A De Laval will bring prosperity to your farm fj cosw-mt- sbout d lun, la buy sew ikxk Candy Prices Cut. Sew York. A cut of approximate Iv fiftv Per cent, in the price of a ' candy from gum drops to bon bons was announced recently by a chain rnnik- - store connianv.' following a general agitation againht the high prices of lc cream, cold drinks anil -- la uic The De Ls.sl Srpvtlcir tLntalrt tht duJpvyUfitnry ilnuning. (lu.etlK M rqwnrit.of srraHk. And it lull 4 Urlaw. IWi fehy thrr tie bui ltd IVX.U0O Dt Liitb ia dlf um lbs odJ mm. Il Insp pKfiil)r la )mi fmt confectionery. Henjnmin Miller, one of the company officials, made public n memoranda which he said had been sent to the National Confectionery Association. It said! "It's time we gJt lwl to reason in this mutter. We have been making not 100, but 300 per cent profit for a long time. Thin kind of business, If kept up, would create a panic." De Laval Sooner or later you will buy II The Central Record. Lancastei . Ky., Thursday, Aug 4 92 1 1 WE ARE CLOSING OUT ALL Mid-Summ- er Hats H Mi AT VERY LOW PRICES. Give ui call If you want a bargain. FRANCIS-SflllT- The Junior Christian Endeavor enjoyed a picnic nt the river Tuesday Mr. and Mr. Clinton Mr. Alex Wett of Frankfort it here afternoon. Ilnttin chaperoned the pnrty. viHting friends and relative. Mr. and Mrs. T. K. Pr re ,ff Dan Mr. John M. Farm wa in Lexingvtlle, were the week-enguitts of ton a few days this week on Imilnert. their father. Messr. 11. Z. I'rice and Dr C. M. Hilling, of Morganton, Ja. A. Scott, of Paint Lick. N' (' . hat been a recent gueit of Mlts Metr. W. 1. ami J. V. Scott and Charlie Elmore. Saturday tiMer, Dora, were goitt Mr. A. D. Joteph and family are and Sandny of their mter, Mr. T motoring through Indiana on their K. Price and Mr. Price, of Danville vacation trip of ten days. Mr. Henry Moore and daughter, Mr. " lay Miller is in Louisville this Mlts Edith, are exacted thi ween week attending the wedding of W from Cincinnati, where thty win brother, Mr. Hugh Miller. a few days with Mr. Henry I d Mr, John Mcllobrrts Lounvillr this week. a vititor in n CAR OF We Have Just Received a American Wire Gossip About s People Comle, tsd A Brit! Mtntlsa si th Oslngt byThsts W Art Inlimlid In. ! Mr. anal Mr. Ilnoker WilkerwHi have retarn4 from a vtMl to rela-ttv- r Mis lturu Dunn, uf Lex ngton. in lhMVtlte, Stnnfnral nn4 I.lb r. la the guest of Mian Helen Gulley Mr. William Coring K c rela- Mittes Lain and Clcenc McWher- Collin, of Lexington, s gue f Mis Ilcstie ter, of Lexington are here for a vtit tr wek to Mr. and Mrt. Kmery McWhortcr, iiu'Ii Mt Camp Iftfk Kebinton. "Misto Sue WilHams ami Pearl Mr and Mr, (toy Manley, of in Orutchfield tpent the week-enItev. 'n rtrpetown. visited hut Stanford, the guetts of Mrs. Hhttt. week. and Mr. W. II. Manley thr Miss Flora Mae I'rke spent a deMr and Mr". Itolxrt Bmbry "n,l lightful two week' vitit with her Mn. of Lexington, tpent the week- aunt, Mrt. J. W. Parson, of KlrJ- end with Mr. and Mr. W. T. WL vtlte. ti ilad Moore. Miss Anne Catherine Arno'd. M Klvnne Arnold adn Vincent Arr.o d of Hirmignhnm, Ah., arnved yeNr day for a few wt-- h visit to their grandparents, Mr. and Mrt. James G. Hurnside. rnt, d Fence pt Mist Joyce Syler, our Home Dem- BIG REDUCTION IN PRICE tives in Clny City, of on Itltbmtmd Master I.urirn Burg, of Hichrfiund Mr. J. A. Am has been vltltlng Maatrr Dave San avenue. dcr. Mr. Frnnk Martin returned to hi home m Athtnta lnt Sunday night. Mlf Lavcrne Dlekeron U visiting iir'r couiln, Miss Kuth Waller, in Mrs. Martin will rematn for a few week longer. Louisville. are tile . uncle, Mr. O. Mini Mlnnli' J. Conn w vwitMg her Mm C. Huckcr at Waeo, Ky. Fitner KMe II rW mh4 platnt gtiit Mr. Ilelle Mn Georgia IHinn hM returned Mils Smith an. I Mrs. J. W. Ay have returned from a stay at IBtxir frnm New Yrk, where the went to kUmd Ue World's Christian KnW.nv. Springs. or rnnvention. .Mr. Itobt. Hurnslde wat a wek-rn- d MwAnna Katberine, Vineont ami gueit of Mr, Deixter BatUra in J3ree ArnM are nxiiief that week Stanford. far a visit is their grand father, Mr. a visiting Ids dug-tr- r. J. U. HnrnMde. W. C. Davl - vtlte. Ky. Misses Karenia and Osrtrthy Dan-la- p have retnraeal frmn a viit te Miss Margaret KWiott ha returned ahsir itrsndmether. Mr, it. F. Walfrom a vUit to Mis l.anra Dnnn in ter, in Lexington. Mr. W. T. Malene In Campbelhv Lexington. Mls Mattie Luti eral day In London, spending with friendt and relative i Ky. Martlee Lenr. wh it AtiewiinK School in Kicnmenat, hat aceHed a psv4uoB in ine High School at Verrnille. Mat Uie Normal Mr. li Ada Kinnaird, of Louisville, the guest of Misses Katr and Lil- MU Minnie Drown an to Lans&ater, Mr. Je buve a week's Selman. of NVholail1e lian Kinnaird. Mr. A V. week-en- d after lluylrr, of Florida, spnt kin outing at Shaktrtown. the II with the rlaydcn LeavsH friend, Mr. Mrs. J. M. Stanghton, who has been of her mother, Mr. H. A. Marktlmry. retnrne4 Sunday :n Mr. J. G. Burntide and Mr. J. N. her home in Covington. llrown. attended the Harrodtburg Matter Clay anal Mary Shackel Fair Thurtday. ford who have been viaiting their Mr. J. G. Hurnslde and Mr. and grandmother. Mr. Eftna KanHninn. Mr. J. J. Brown were recent vi-tor-n bnve returned to Itishmontl. in Danville. MiMea Alice Sutton and Kmdy Miss Kathleen Walter, of hexing-ton- . IWurne and Mrt. Mote I'ellnrd are lietvn Vtit(ng Mime Mamye ban spending the week with Mr. ami Mrs. I Kl)i gut and Walter. Jn. Deppen. Mrs, Pearl Guilty and Mla Helen Mlix'f Georgia Moore, Margaret Gulley hove returned from a viilt to Herring, Lucille Stapp and Mittie Lexiagton. I e lives in Dunn, are tpendlng the week with Mr. and Mr C. II. Turner visited Miss Kdith Moore. In Cincinnati. Mr. and Mr. W. M. Abner, of Leban-on- . Mrs. Cordie Duggint, of Huenn Sturdi.? and Sunday, Vista and Mr. OMie V. Urion, of with Mil 14 Hurnstdr hat returned I'arktville, tpent the week-enfro a week viHt to Mr. ami Mn. their brother, Mr. Ilurton Hurham. Mack Morgan in Frankfort. Mr Frawer Hurt anil Fraiier, d nr Louitville. ton. Mrt- - J. C. Kobtnsun has returned from a visit to her daughter, Hubert Henry in Lexington. who have been miests Mn. of her iter Mrt. It. H. Ilatton, and Mr. Ilatton. have returned home. Jr.. of Indiana, onstration Agent, hat returned frn- -i her home in Sugar Crick, Ohm, after a month's vacation and hat tasen up Miss Minnie Mae !tolinn wn a her duties, traveling over t'.e ioui.t. guest hilt week at a delightful camp In a new toaring car which the por-- c ing party, given ly the Chi Omsga ha led recently. Authorized Agents. utrerity of State Univer4ty. Mrs. Ed Haher and little daugr.tcr Z&da'Heryl, have returned home after Mis Van Greenleaf, of Hichmond. neiee of Mrt. Kmma KnulTmnn, of a visit at Mt. Vvrnow, Levi! (ireen this city ha aceepted a poMtien at and Crab Orchard rcilauvi. it being Mrt, Haker't firtt visit then for e Guntton Hall, Washington City. year. She alto Tiitel her Prof P. 11 Hopkins, of Frankfort,' The marriage of Mr. James Hugh Miller sen of Mrs. Dora Miller, of Mitt ltcrniee Ommp attended the birth place and the old home-rtiais .n the city today on busmtte this city, to Mlts Helen Frieda Krog-M- r. dance at Harredtburg Friday evening where her father died. and Mrs. Shirley Elkin and,Ti 0f Louitville, was solemenizcd in and wat accompanied home ty Mlf a.. tjiat elty lat n)Kj,t at eight-thirtMis Mary Owsley, of thi city, re- son, Hoy, of Fairmont, W. Nurthfleet, who will make her a virit. ceived word from Dr. Me Cartney that motored through from their home and o'clock at the home of the bride's Mr. and Mrt. J. T. Cecil am little the had been awarded a scholarship are being warmly greeted by their parents, on Wett llroadway. The wn, of Alachua, Fla., and Mn. Kiln in Transylvania University, Lexing- friend in this city. Mr. Elkin hold bride is the lovely daughter of Mr. Cecil, of Danville, were the gueit of ton, for next year. This is a great a responsible position wth the Bur- and Mrs. William Kroger and has Mr. Price Honrne and family Mon- honor be lowed apon Mix Company. charming Machine Owsley roughs Adding qualities. The groom day. and Lancaster friend are proud of with headquarters at Fairmont. hold a lucrative and responsible position in the trains dispatchers office Mr. Ollie I!. Carpenter hs been this mott excellent and bright young Mis Katie Homes Dickerson gave of the L wornnn. N. railroad and i one of Appointed to an importnnt potitien a beautiful dinner party Thursday it valuable employee. with the United Status government. Mis Ruth Carrier gave an elcgnnt evening at her home on Mode avenue Several friends here received the and assumed his duties at Lawrence- - dinner Monday at her home on Dan- in honor of Mrs Dave Thomas. The the following engruved invitation: burg. Ky. ville avenue m honor of Mist Delia 'lome was artistically decorated in "Mr. and Mr. William G. Kroger nd the table had a request the honor of your presence floner Miss Helen NortMeet. of Harrodt-bur- g Tinder. Mr. and Mrt. Graham Young, . . . .i t in tne centtr man wun at the marriage of their daughter and Mis Carolina Hice, of Rich- of North Middletewn. The table had isrce ! Helen Frieda mond, are two very attmcUve gnettt for it renter piece a cat glass howl the same Cohi rs. A six course menu j to flowers and a four was Mis Dickerson's guests, rved. f Mist Hazel and Uernke Champ cn tilled with rnrd'-Mr James Hugh Miller eonrse menu was terved. The guest included her clots mates of Hamilton on Wednesday evening, August Maple avenue. onjoyed Mist Carrier' charming College. Lexington. The gathering the third . . .. . . i .. i i i. i. .... .i M Mr. and Mr. 0. C. Htukner and imu teiil-uili- wa ;i ilcaanl BO Tor aUOUl iwtive iimiittii nuuuit-eigni-imn- y o chick ai ton. Andrew, of Waco and Mr. Fan guests at Kesidcnce 3707 W. Broadway Mrs, Joe Hobinren and Mil Lena nie Itccker, of Hkhmoad, tpent Sun Louisville, Ky." Hright. of LancaMtr, came over yesII. Kaytton, of Chicago, Miss Anna day with their utter Mrt. J at, 0. terday to tee Mrt. George Dobynt, 111., daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jat. Conn and family. who has been quite ill with typhoid A. Hoyston, of thi city, i one of a Delia Tinder. Mr. and Mrs. fever at the home of Dr. O. L. My Mi members of the party of twenty-fou- r Graham Young, of North MiddMown on Kat Lexington ttrret. Mn. Dob- Geographic Society, of Chicago, who have been guettt of their tatter. Mm. ynt It reported at Improviag nicely. it taking a trip through the North Hen Hobinton and Mr. Robinson, en Mr. W. C. Cox, of Lancaster, it west. This party travel in their the Lexington roud. halting her mother, Mr. Dave Phil- own private car to Glacier Park They tour the park in Mountains. Metsr. Walter and Arthur Allen. lips. Danville Metieager. To From eleven days on hore back of Chattanooga, were in the city a Heulah Sstandcr will enter there they go to Vancouver and there i Xt hert while lat Saturday afteraoon. with rampmg party for a week '.hoy take the boat for Alaska, They are ttepptng at Crnh Orchard tain beginning today at Willow C!i:T. near riving nt Skagway, from which point for a stay of two weeks. High Hridge, on the Kentucky river. they take n trip up to Yukon to the Mw-- r. Clatnl Conn and Cecil Her guests will be Mimc Alia Lee land of the Midnight Sun in America, Henry left Thurtday for a visit to Adams, of Pteminpsburg: Nannette nturnmg to Chicago August 31t. friend and relatives in Ohio, lltmuit, Cu of Cincinnati; Ilillie Sander, Ky. They of Lancaster; Joy Taylor, of LancasMr and Mr. H. II. Halcomb with Indiana and LouiivUle, ter; Frances Minmch, of Leuiville; to announce the marriage of their will be gone several feevkt. Messrs. Wilson Worick, of Mt. Ster- daughter. Judge Frank Peak one of the mut ling; Bert Embry. of Lexington; Ted Mary Helle Halcomb Mis Sue Shelby Mason prominent attorneys in LecitviUe, Williams, of Flcmingsburp; T. J. to who it touring Central Kentucky Pncr, of Lancaster; Mr. and Mrt. Loan AiJent Lewis West Hroadus with hi family, was in Lancaster Hownrd Juily, of Ltxwgton. Lex- July twenty-necorCourt House Lancaster, Ky nineteen hun Saturday railing on hit friend. ington Hirald. dred nnd twenty-onMr. George McKoberts returned to his home in Covington Sunday. Mr. DE MrKebertt and little daughter .vii' remain for a longer viiit to her par etitt, Mr. ami Mrs. Joe Hurntidc Goodloe & Walker Bros th.r-ty-on- y i I I . MONEY Loan On Farms e. 3E Mrs. Sullle Ilom Ijiwton Mr. Ccmpbe.il, of Georgetown, h Saturday evening, at her home on bee thf guest of Mr. and Mn. I.. N. Stanford ttrret at a tlx o'clock din Wilen en Lsxington street. ner in honor of Mrt. Franer Hurt. Hall i Littlv Margaret Kugcnc Mrs. Wm. Lear entertained at n a visitor of her aunt, Mm. W. T. delightful dinner, Thursday in honor MaIon'( in Campbllvltlc, Ky. of Mitt Gladys Collint, of Lexington Dr. W. S. Klktn wat a guest of his and Mr. Alex West, of Fanrkfort. He hrwthurs a few days this week. Sweeney Kichardton, returned to Atlanta Sunday night. Mr. Mr. and Mr. Kobert Henry, of Pulton Backer, of Louisville, has were guetts Sunday of Mr, returned home after n visit to hi. J. C. Hobinion on Klchmond avenue, aunt, Mr. J. G. Conn and family. Mr- nml Mr. Ike Dunn and chil Mlts Mary Owsley, whs ha been attending the wmmit acliool in Lex- dren, of Lexington, were guett Sun day of Mr. Dunn's parent, Mr. and ington bat returned to Lancaster. Mr. D. (iulley, on Hichmond street Mm. ltd Boos and niece, Miss Joc Hudaon exchanged Itev. Harry (4ilfie tan ar VMiUng thuir aunt, T. Arnold, uf Winrheur pulpits Sunday with Dr. Frank Cheek Mr. J of D.inville. who hnt charge of the Mm Kiuabeth Maloni 'ir retumrd Second Presbyterian church, of that to her home in after city, during the ubtence of Dr. J. Q. a vult to her aunt. Mrs. W. II. Ilall. i A McDowell. Mr. and Mr. Sam Goldcnburg a' son, Victor, who have bees vititing relative here have gone for a visit in Chicago ami Lexington before returning to their home in Mitsinippi. l j When You Want TO just step right into this cooling station and call for a dish or cone of our high grade Lie lx-Ington- . Mr. M. F. Minor, of Danville. with her titter, Mr. Hooth Thumpon and Mr. 0. L. Snodgra. of Wichita, Kan., were entertained for dinner on Thurtday at the home of Mr. and Mr. Hayden Lonvell. Mr. and Mrt. Nick Harth and Uby ami Mr. and Mrs. Charles Smith, of Charleston, Wott Va., arrived Sunday evening for a short visit with( their parent. Mr. and Mr. N. Miller leaving this morning for Cmcmnut.,' on their return home. j ' - COOL OFF CUSCADEN CREAM Green. i I CAtnil-)Ur11l- Marriage lrene were issued at ttiet County Clerk's OlTlee in Nichlavill Simpson. the past week to Mom Jettamine county anil Mit Maude! Fletcher, Garrard county. Lewis Wett Hroadut and Mitt Mary Helle both of Gurrurd county. Hal-com- or try one of our ice cold soft drinks Watch This Store IN CENTRAL RECORD HU1LI)IN(5 The Store, The Service, The Stock, The Price. We are pleated to learn of the; rapid convaletcence of Mis Nellie C Scott, and we are hoping she will very toon be out mingling with friends again as they are mitsing her happy tmlle and cheerful comment which) to greet them with. the it ever-ready We are saving people money on Paris Get yours this week. 3 CAKES PALMOLIVE SOAP 25cts Hev. Cleare, wife and ton, of West irgjnln, spent the week-enin tan- caster with friends, Hev. Clcure delivered (mo splendid sermons Sunday tho oils' at the UaptUt church in morning. and the other at the Union scrvicrs at the Christian church In the evening. d STORMES Kstablishcd 1853 DRUG STORE Phono 39 Lsnca&ter, Ky, III FIRST THOUGHT IN DRUGS. 3t The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Aug 4 92 1 1 . For High Class Prise Winning1 and Producing1 Registered JERSEY CATTLE ATTEND THE FIRST PUBLIC SALE BY CEDAR BROOK C. JERSEY FARM UP-TO-DA- P. CURRENS, Owner. HARRODSBURG, KY. Tuesday, August 9th, 1921 BREEDING INCLUDING OUR SPLENDID 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 DAUGH-TEOF LEDA'S GOLDEN LAD. THIRTY-FIVE HEAD OF FIRST CLASS JERSEYS OF R 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 Oaklands, Harmony's Fairy Boy, Gamboge's Jolly Knight, Financial Noble, Imported Stock well, Viola's Hon pi a, Molina's Fairy Boy, Lucy's Prince, Leda's Golden Fern Sultan and others. If you Need Jersevjs Combining Type With Production, Attend This Sale. TOM DEMPSEY, Sales Mgr., Westerville, Ohio. Write for Catalog KENTUCKY COWS Win Places High-Produci- ng Jerseys. Thirty-Thr- e Dairymen pensive equipment which the average dairyman cannot afford has been responsible for the records of the KenAmong tucky cows, according to Mr. Hooper. Tests may be conducted by any farmer on the animals in his herd nnd is the one sure means of distinguishing between high producers nnd the merely average cow as well as inCows Ownsd By Ten creasing the value of the herd and its prestige among dairymen. Included In Official American Legion News John G. Kn.ery, nat'onal commander of the American Legion, will head th.-- party of ilfiO member of the American Legion who sail Aug. 3rd., for France, where they will tour the fower war zone as guests of the French government. Mr. Emery's decision to Join the Legion pilgrimage to France is the result of urgent acquests from thf Freneh government and Legion officials. The former nationn commanders, Frankllr D'OUvcr, of Philadelphia, Lindsley, of Dallas, rnd Hero" Tex will be !n the party, which is of Legionnaires from to be John every stnte in the Union. Sproul, son of the governor, will be the Pennsylvania party. The "new as the delegation has been A. V.. F called, will fell on the Mail Liner George Wash ngton. An American Legion emblem will lly from the mutt of the former presidential ship when she alU out cf port at New York. There will hi an informal farewell r.t the t'ocks. l A program of entertainon board will ment for the jiasu-ngc- r be arraniH'd by the Legion committee. When tney Hnd nt I.e Harve they will become juests of the French government und from then on they will their A. E. F. days, but without 'he frrmer hardship. Amont: the distinguished visitors at the rational convention of the American Ler'on at Kansas City this fall will be Stubby, hero of Seichprey who recently whs awarded a gold medal far In very and faithfulness. The decoration was presented by General PresHng. Stubby has been especially invi'.ed to attend the convention ns a Ruest of honor. Ho Is n lloston bull terrior, wounded in St. Miluel drive. A national census to determine how many veterans of the world war arc Shrlncrs has been started by Ararat Temple of the Mystic Shrine at Kansas C;ty. The purpose of completing the census is to make It possible for tht Kansas City Shriner to send special invitations to the veterans to attend the unual national convent'on of the American Legion to be held at Kansas City Oct. 31st., and Nov. 1st. and 2nd. The visiting Shriners will be guests of Aararat Temple during the convention and will be entertained In the home of . sp.-ciarc-l'- The Lit of 880 Record Animal. THAT DULL ACHING Don't worry and complain about k bail back Get rid of It' For wenk kidney, lame nnd achy ti.irku, your neighbors recommend Moan' Pills' Ak your neighbor! Ileal ICld-ney Lexington, Ky.. Kentucky is well represented anionic the state having Inch producing cows with 23 animals owned by ten different dairymen include! in an otTiclal list of 880 Jer-- i iwy in the United States thnt produced more than SO pounds of buttorfat during April, according to J. J. Hooper, head of the dairy department of the Cllge of Agriculture. The list of high producer is contained in the last number of the otTiclal publication of the Jersey breed association and U prepared from the list of animal submitted by the agricultural colleges of the country under whose direction the animals were tested. Cow twatiwg work has made it possible for Kentucky dairymen to discover which cow in their herds god records and is largely responsible for the good showing of the State, Mr. Hooper said. The hlghust producing cow in the State for April was Hexdulo Catherine owned by T. A. King, Hopkins-villaccording to the official report. She produced 1,071 pounds of milk and 74 pound of butterfat during the month. Kentucky dairymen whose names appeared in the list together with the number of animals which were recorded were; Pcrraut Hrothers, Dover five; Allen Dale Harms, Shelby villc, live; Hurstbournv Farms, Louisville, four; J. C. Akew, Trenton, two; T. A. King, Hopklnsville, two; 0. C. Hagcr, one; George Weimcr, Augusta, one; W. W. Hampton anil Son, Goshen, one; It. J. Shipman, Shelby vtlle, one and Somtnco Farms, Hopklnsville, one. Allen Dale Farms had two cows In the 1st by the same sire, Fairy Glen' Raleigh, while IVrraut Brother had two animals among the high sired by Hamley's Plyproducer mouth Silver. Good feed and management coupled with regular tests rather than ex were-makine, this statement' Mrs. V !' nrlrkpy. Stanford Pike. Lancaster, aaya: "I took Doan's Kldnev I'lll when t was riilTerins with barkache nnd they certainty nn flno I had a dull, narking nrhn In tli small of my buck nnd morning when I cot up I was o lame ncro tnv liips I could hardly get Mv kidney were weak nnd round I believe, my kidacted frri'ifiilarly neys rnuuM my back to hurt Having liPaid so much about Ponn's Kidney Pill I took them and Imfnre long I was entirely cured of the troublo I can rertnlnlv recommend Doan' Kldnev Pill" frlre firtc at all dealer" Pon't slmtdy ask for a Mdnev remedy get Pon' KMnev Pill the same that had Mr ItrlrVev KoterMllhiim Po.. Mfrs fluffalo. N V 230 Campbell Poultry-me- n Shown Methods Of Culling result of seven poultry demonstrations conducted by County Agent II. F. Link In with interested farmers anil the Division of the College of agriculture, more than liUO Campbell county poultrymen have been shown the method of distinguishing between hen. the loafer and the heavy-layinA total of 495 hens were examined and 181 of in the demonstrations them rejected because they showed the characteristic indications of beDemonV.nftions ing were held In nil parts of the county and culling circulars distributed to those who attended in order to assist all poultrymen of the county in ellml nuting the lafer hens from their As a g Hocks. Kasnas City '"hriners. An exaustive exposition of alleged activities of the Los Angeles F.xamincr, New York Ameripublications can nnd other Hearst during the war, presented by the Pasadena. Cal , post of the American Legion, resulted in the pot placing r ban on the Examiner. At n Tern, conference of the Methodist Episcopal Church, South. Sernt. A Kin York, who Is credited with havng captured a larger num her of Germans then any Individual in the American army, said that pro. Hbition laws should be repealed if It is found that they ennnot be properly mforceri. When the American Legion accept- id the i: itntlon of the Freneh gov- eminent to lend a party of former service men to France for a tour of the old war zone, John J. Wicker, Jr., of Itichmond, Va. n member of. the Leg'on's nation.il executive committee, wns selected to manage the pilgrimnie. Wicker has conducted Egypt tours to Kurope, Palestine, He was in Home nnd the Orient with a party of tourists when the he went world war started. n to France In the Urilttil Suites se:vice. He is u lawyer. Michael Nolan, the mental wizard, whs made a perfect score of IM2 in thirteen minutes in the army alpha test, is a charter member of the Maimer Noble not cf the Amerean l.ogion at Seattle, Wash. Nolan is HI years old, n lum-- i berjeck and former sailor. He was rhclbsho-kc- d in France and is now a student of the Federal Hoard of Vo-- i cutlonal Tmiulng.nt the University of He recently pasted Washington. perfectly, in one minute ond ten cnd, nr. Information test of sixty questions. One of the questions usk- -' cd the definition of the following, words: Ageratum, architrave, chain-- J gambit,! elohlm, fer, cle'jloga'iious I'ulmpe, Intaglio, metacarpal, mitosis,' nada, pomology, rococo and simony ' Posts of the American Legion and. the Grett Wir Veterans of Canada have be. n aiked to help And Capt II. Hudton, formerly of Edmonton, esAlberta, heir to the million-dolla- r tate of his father who died recently in Michigan. Management of the $80,000 Amateur Athletic Club buijding at Uend, Oregon, has been turned over to the local pon of the American Legion. nvi-iitionewly-discoverJ tn-c- POPULAR EXCURSION CINCINNATI SUNDAY, AUG 7th, 1921 SOlJTltoWAySOTM ROUND TRIP FARE Sp.ci.1 Train U.ve. DamllU CiOO A. M. Returning Special Train Leases Cincinnati 6il0 P.M. 'CitlulTias) m uiiw W. ttpmi FROM DANVILLE T.tX DUdJ IftliMHMtHMi apJal (a AffVMl Cuba' Varieties of Hardwood. Cuba has about 1117 vnrletles of exIlesldes umliu.'iin cellent hiirdwMl. and cediir, there ure ubout ttdrty of palm. Tho to)nl palm Is probably tin- - most ueful trte on the island, eiery part froui Irate to roots being iitlllird by tiutlies. Cjnipalfln Cmblem. As fnr um kiionn. the II rn campaign emblem win n linger ring of copter. It was worn by the adbereiits of John Qiiliiry Adums In ulieii ho run 1, for President, mid u Interlbed "John Qulney Adums, lS2."i," Tiutyin's and medallion Here oinuiig tlm ItiKlgula of tin) IM) cuiiipulijii uliin Llucolu nan elected. 1 In Various Lamps. to an Kngllsti scientist, oil and gus lamps trans1st cent of energy Into Unlit, turnuilesretit electric lamp 3 p'r (flit, arc lights 10 xr rent, and !i per cent. Ihu iiinciiesliiiii llttit Ensrgy According candles and form only 'i Woman SUrttd First Dally Papsr. Tbu II rat dally puper In tho world Is said to bain been enliibllsheil by a lUMiian, Miss nilzabetli Mallet, In London. March, l'trj. Stic- - (Millthed and edited Die Pally Cuurant, which aha founded "fur tho purio. of doing greater Jtit!cu to women In general through tliu eliii.iiiiiuon of linn'rtl-nence- s which the ora.niiry papers t Capital $50,000.00 Surplus $60,000.00 Honor Roll Bank. 4 per cent paid on time posits. Call and see ui. J. J, Walker, President. t. de- BBsVVHHBHlsMPsfeav W. F. Champ, W. 0. Hlgney, Ass't. to the President. L. G. Davidson, Cashier. J. m (Jill, Assistant Cashier. W. F. Miller, Assistant Cashier. Mrs. Naomi Hamilton, Teller. . : ) CITIZENS NATIONAL LANCASTER, KY, BANK. L Corner Public Square and Danville Street. The Central Record. Lancaster, Ky.. Thursday Aug 4, 92 I 1 You fire . In Danger! 4. A-- The Serenader Wins a Bride Br MURIEL BLAIR ID. 111. l hen And Now. Th Uuggy rldra 5c cignm Cood Old Day.. 1 I m wUOI p-- IVbi W W M vA ) kit.. . Wbhikcr. J fJf k.m.H .ifn .v. a, (..p. r l alon ) If you arc in the hnbi of keeping money or vnlunblca on your penon or abo'it your house, you arc certainly in danger. You nrc in dancer, not only of being robbed, but of having lomc worie fate befall you. There arc, tad to lay, tlioie who would not hesitate to commit murder, if necessary, to expedite a robbery that they have planned. You will be safer and your money certainly will, if it it deposited in bank. We not only offer you 100 per cent safety, but will add 4 per cent intercit to your balance each year. At to your valuables, you can store them in our vault in which they, too, will be really safe. "Vouiik and rlrli and chI Irxiklnr. loo, I Mippr," ike Harvey Mile. Ill CMiipatiloti, Wlllnnl I'rlce, yoiin and rich hlm. lf unfortunately. ( r lie wan Idle and without Hiiibltion. languidly drew i hot. n;ni.i frinn til pwkt t and ritrti.lr.l it tnwnril l.lllll'. "I'relly ni picture." oted the latter M!titiiin'iinly. There wub leal nnd enrneat Milinlraiinii In hi frniik. li fare. Then It clmidiil a tlltle. Ho wh too H.or nlnl liuinMe In liM own tnKitl(iii t .rr tu pue for receciiltlmi In ihe cirtle Into which lil rniiipuiili.il had free admit-tnnr. 110 ulU Iloot )' V. Ileal btandes 10c ikivof, VirRf WM If 11 Ii F ( ) 1 SWe Middle. s,,r,ktV;r Fre rfWo- dnndnc. ( N FABRICS AND CORDS lJI J ( ( ) v iixr hinchos Fat The Garrard Bank & Trust Co LANCASTER, We sell traveler KY. knew Hrua Hoyt at Acton," Dollar wateho explamed Trice. -- .She attl'liiled the Town iump M'liilnnry thrrr while I whu at the rob KcrMnc lamps lege. Tlioe were s;reat day) tHU'lc, 1'Mirtc mitJw. jikiilrklne, piwlni: mi the lake. My (iuln l.inim l m il.nr trlitnl o Mlbathing mjIU Hojt. They met a few ill) ago. and Coal to burn I.ii.dii phi) fully told her li'! wa goCclluMil foUtut ing to finl me artmd to give one iif the college 'ereiiaile when I pB"i through the town here. Drum I full of llfu ami fun. ami lnlrted 'lie Nnturul complexmns would be ilfllglittHl with Mi'li a welilemo-mad- e brend come reminder of the dettr dd clnd-day1 - ,l f f tuctucd bbiiiuiiiuv Mrs. or . I juu iiijjcn to iDC IVir. American Gtr Owner, the I ( tire question is probably a source of serious concern this particular season. Unless, of course, you have corns to the tame conclusion as we have that the G & J Tire, with its 29 year' successful history and consistently sat- isfactory service, has more of a repu- - ) ) ( h)te. ( ) ) Cheques, which are good In the United States and all foreign countries. Fruit And Melon Breaks Record In Georgia. Crop' J,jy Shipment uf watermelons ami peaches from (icorgtu for lh alt aurpastnl have 1921 KiMn According ts previous record. Igurcs -- empl n! by the Southern Hallway Systr-Sfrom otTcial MHirrm 10,20 1 rnra of peaches had been shipped for. (ieorgtu up ta July to run -- L', ami the o"p if exacted In 1''.'0, (icorgia above 10 500 ears shipped 5 H63 ar of pea he. With till a )tro! part f the watrmulon. to re h'ppe I (icurgia has alrraly I'ji tis pasted 'be to a! for l'J"0 fra W.IIO car of watermelons an-- shipment mcr thn Have run above l'0 acre Th-- e result show that per Jay w n Krotin! for ppran-iothre ixprni early in the d melons that the O.eorfi lunches Trices wsHthl not rww tMs yoor. revived by grower bavs? been ijutte MMsfaefry. The Atlanta Jourtwl by estimate the return me-lvw- l Georgia "wiew from these two crop far at ten million dollar. Katuralilv weather conditions, im proved t'attortatiau facilities and f marketing are better method among c f Hi torn which have the u. cc- - of 'lie (,cirgi pr iluccr IC. lirown hail sh ppe ! 1 n eni nn-trlii'te- d HOW CAN THIS BANK SERVE YOU? Our legitimate field of usefulness is the senium 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 man facts which are not jrenerallj known to the public. Perhaps some of them may he of value to you. HAVE YOU A SAVINGS "And )ou are going to twang the 'igtit guitar. tnllis llartey. on the "With jour Oil. we can make a tine rotmin eeT and of It. dn"t tic I'll re leaned hark iHtiluteiitly on th niMlr eut of the village park. "If Ml IIhi mi In my own rather hiiniMe Hah." half wttlririilly Ilaney, "I wouhln't try to forget that beautiful fate, a I mu-- t do for my own i"ce of loluil." There nut a ruile In die th rlrv-lin- g ixt't them, utt.l llorvr). turngirl ing ultchtly. nliertet a srle and leat a iiear 'Mt. a He CHrcey l!ti-n- l 1'rlie tohl of i.litalHIiig the pl. t u re frtmi Ii4i coo In, hIi of an Mem he had imjiiI In a MBie time prevfim on the Mrre linlne ce of JilllH llt'jt. r..M Hojt "Vou I'll kHrprle Ml with the oig the rollege felhtw MiHg many a initllght night nAtbr the emlnury wimlow Tome Whero My 1. en t'l I'rire. We'll prnrtke tip a Itlt. Mewl Into the Ho)t garden Mini give kl ihfHl old burg a real nallu." It wa a)mt mini oVIwek In the etefdng when Hie twralu Marteil mil. c I'rtee llcoertil A they left the that he had run out nf extra guitar Starhetl c4hrs Cotton itackfng. attme man-doli- )ii Muttache cu l.irge f n milk longhand letters Crayn pertratt. The World Today Mil vim Flivver Jazz band 0c Tw-W- iMlreut. )tig thnvoii t Silk Mrt Low necks llaithcvfcu Sugar sbartage Cool khertnge Skirt Jnr4flg Silk newK'r g h.e. ICIean Poultry .Yard Checks Summer Roup Ue The tlummy WrUt wntekok k faro $100 Milts t. Cafeteria White mute days J 18 Mrlng. ACCOUNT WITH UST THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. S. C. DENNY, Cashier. Capital $5OO0O. Honor Roll Dunk Surplus $50,000. Washington, I. C , Southern Hail way Syitrm passenger train, oper-M- t ovm the double tracked line between Washington and Atlanta, r recmaintaining remarkable ords in both liroetion. to Fur the six weeks, June July 1'JtH., the through trttlns from New York ami Washington to Allan-t- u and jHtints souUt wore optiratori as fcllowr: : A. M., No: 3r, due Atlanta on tlmr 100 par cent. No. .17, duo Atlanta 5:.0 IV M.. en time 37 out of 1'! trips. No. 137, due Atlanta I fin 1. Mr on time 30 out of - trip No. 211 duo Atlanta llsifi A. !., on time 10 out of - trip. Northbound, the trains from Allan-t- n to Washington and Ntw York alto mntntalniHl tbijir schedule with Kreat regularity; No. 30. leaving Atlunta 3:12 I'. M.. arrived t Washington 100 per rent on-tin- Washington on time 3S M , am-eout of 12 triH kit once 1' 06", onee M" late, and twice 16" late. No. 38 U'AViHK AtlanUt 12:S0. made whrntul to Wahini;tn ovry day except once when it waa 1' 0 It renchl 'nhinton oh time late 31 tinier and made better than tahedule fix Uihm. No. .I'J. luavini: Athistti at mid niKht, rwirlusl Washington on time 3t vut ot 12 trlpt, nfndc up time on objht tri;M. and lot time only once. TkMe train all operate throiiKh botween Atlanta Wanhinctoti and mile Now Yoik, 037.5 over the Southern between AtlnnN and Wath iiKtmi. ind 210.S milus over the l'enylv.inn between U'nrhlnKton mid New York. They handle from ten to twelv heavy rteel cars and it i e belfevrd thot thU reconl of and better than tehedule omce U over any run of nimilur not ilb ta nee 'n liw world, Thi reKular hni been made potiible ity of by the provision of modern IiikIi pow-e- r on time. locomotive, operating over tlrt No. 138, leuv'nt: Atlanta 11;60 A. dim doi'blo track nil the way. lt. t- ce-d- ed W. 0. R1GNEY W. II UICKKRS0N W. O. RIGNEV Ofllce Phone 18. & CO. get a nipply from the drug lie ex- More III cne of urrld,it." plnlinil. "You go IhiiiI and I'll n.ii join you." Ilaney reached tl.e H)t limae. There appenrtil at It window a Mt It w Hot. femlnliv form. She raw him. uttered a faint cry aad then l.tilltil frM the wIihIow. TorgUe me." Mie fiill.-r.t")iu are won't that l it Mrunger. but I am all nhme lu the and mie one tielow, and I am afrnld." Harvey, nwlflly "At once." takltig tn the ultuatlnt. He dolled up the to tlnd the diNir open. Harey lUr.il u matrh, found a ga Jet and ttoo.hs) ilw liall with light Jut then a tlmlil, . intolillng fortn It wn MIk tame tlwii the Maln-aellnt Hurtey lowly advanrint down the hall, nnmil with the weaMn Mie had provided. Then, an thee wa a a of n chair Mir ami then ii thrown violently over. he cluwg to hi arm. The uext MootieHt Harvey ctmhl not rine a tlly laugh. Tlt.ti' u our fonuhMltlo night Imrglar after all, Mi. Hoyt !" he e lalmiil. A dug iUrt.il frmti the lilirary Into the hull and icurrieil imt theni through the front doorway. ou eetu to know my name." "You hhe began, uiel then, liMiklng Mrulghl 4Hewit etulirrNod at the now tl Harvey. he nil over her face. And JuM tlnn, too, Harvey imtKisI u hut with a great Idue veil on a hull eat. utid undcrMood, ThU whk the )ouug lady he had Unth ed ut the park. Hud lie overheanl the oiuverMtlou lictnitii himelf ni). I I'rket He to the mrrli. a he "I I hud hetlrr evphiln how I rami' "In the garto he here," he den, 1 mean." "I think L know," lulled Iruti. "I 1 had an Intimation of u erctmde. miw Mr. I'rlce today, but did not wlh Mit "but he Intended n n Mir to prle. Mercy! What I that?" It wn u hol, MioiiiH, a cruh then il the Juiigllng trlng of koine luMrumeiit. lirought out A little the fart of the cum'. I'rlce had gone Into the wrong garden that of a Jeul-oucruMy old bachelor, JuM married He had olnerved the guitar iirnied er rnunVr. had gone for u i;un, utnl I'rlce had run for bU life. And of couretho nerenader by proxy eventually murrled Pnix.i Hojt. Til hoc. Jamaica ginger Tehly beors ManlourtM fiolf. I'luckcd cyobraw Joy rhllng Tight skirts Hrldge whist. Skyscrapper I. V. W.'s Divorces Kteping loops and ard clean and allowing the chicks good range over grassy place will do much toward preventing summer roup in the llock of young bird, according to poultry men at the College of Agriculture. Discriminate. The coop should be ventilated to alDon't rail a man hard nnnie unless low the entrance of plenty of fresh you know he Is soft enough to permit air and in no cae should be over- It. tendon Answers. crowded with birds. When summer i roup becomes prevalent in the llock the use of n disinfectant should be used to control it. Adding what potassium permanganate will stay on a dime to each gallon of drinking watc r will prevent spread of the disease. position, according to an announcement by C. W. Buckler, state leader of junior agricultural club work from the College of Agriculture. The championships in the various projects wil bo awarded on the basis of the record book kept by the club member and the exhibit which it will accompany, Mr. Huckler said. l. htu. )u 1 Free Chicago Trips For Club Champions .r XPECTA&T AVOTHERS IsW I t i Tor Thr Ganrtlon IUv Mad. Child-BirtEaiicr By Using te, Reformers. Pur Exports. tlreut llritaln exNirt atxiut CM worth of fur euch year. $10,000,. State club champions in the dairy cnlf, poultry and pig projects who will be selected at the Kentucky toio Alt Stntc Fair. September 12 to 17, will k U ItOkU be awarded free trip to the 1921 I aotll'a kCOtllTc. "0tHOOD..t.t HIT ml Chicago International Livestock Ex ! eruio sitviitcs Co, Ctrl. U Aiui 6. erli. Kentucky Farmers and Breeders! This Important Announcement is for You The present is emphatically a buyer's market that we know just as you do. Nevertheless, we have planned to go into it next month as sellers. In furtherance of our aim to improve the breed of swine in Kentucky, we announce a tlii-h- , retutit d- "aafftBPIPfxir,' 10, 1921 SaaPt Special Sale of Coldstream Durocs At Coldstream Farm, August hummer-beautifu- nui-lri- Itne-tlgull- it success from the bidder's viewpoint. A goodly number of our choicest young sows will lly go under the bred, massive individuals, each weighing aOO lbs. or more. PTat,'Tlor Col., tt splendid young boar, standing, us n senior yearling, I I inches high, on u bone, with 83 mches over the back between the eyes and root of tail. Ttrmt if Dttind Terms will lie arranged for those who so desire and can furnish salisfaetory bank references, Remember the date also the fact that adverse market conditions for us mean advantageous transactions for the purchaser. For particulars, uddress h This sale having been decided on, nothing is to be left undone to make , The sows are. all bred for early September farrowing mostly to Walt's q Funeral Directors and Embalmers Lancaster, ... Not at All Bad. The toting It. N. A. S. ulllcer tunnil to hl fair compunlon and took her F. 0. 1)1 ULE, General Superintendent Refidenre Phone S.I. Kentucky. )oi marry mol Ome more I ak." Hut Molly fchook. her hisid. "No. Juk." Mie vild, "for the twelltli time In an hour I tell )oii, I will not." Jack roe to hi feet. "Oh. well," ht ftlghcil, "ufter nil. twelve kuotk no hour U not bad kpe.il fur u little bun like jou." The tloldtn (lute ScutlucL hand tn Id. "Molly." he pleaded, "will COLDSTREAM FARM LEXINGTON KENTUCKY The Central Record, Lancaster Ky. Thursday, Aug 4, I 92 CAROLINA LEAF GROWERS BROKE. (Continual from I. j (Mmhm MELLON tveMr. Harrison Hay I 1itlng rela forced upon it If that Is scientific on Wolf Trail. legislation, deliver me Mrs, Alve Turner of Indinapoll least forty cent two yean ago RATES i Suggests Governing The Duties Autos, b vljitlng relative here No Protecton Needed. "Hanks and merchant of the Single Insertion te a word "A is Several from here are attending picture business condition ai The County Live made great deal of fishing htackle of Mail And Tobacco one It No ad taken for lea than 20c in my district. the meetings at Huckeye. desperate. The bank ay they have tne mot important center of th' loaned to their capacity, ami the Mr. and Mr. Kirby Teater and son in thi column No ad in thi Should Brunt Stock kind of manufacturing in the counmerchant are refuing .ibolutely to spent Sunday in Danville. column charged. try. The bill places a duty of 2 give any one credit. One merchant In The Commun-eal- lh Of Kentucky. New Ralph Preston spent Saturday Seven Insertion for the per cent ad valorem on worm gut whom I know vey well told me that price of five ErTectite On And After Julf that is used in making tackle. Worm Democrats Say SMftInf Of burden night with O'Rear WhltUker desbmlnes condition were more tit is n product of Spain. There Mr. ami Mrs. Wm. Whittaker are Phone order must be paid perate than they had been at any 2Slh.. t2t. From Rich To Poor, never ha been an ounce of it provisiting relatives in Richmond. promptly He said that he time in hi memor. Under the authority conferred up. duced in thi country. A protectee wns forced to deny credit to men Washington, Aug. t, A tax of 2 Mr. R. II. Ireton spent Wednes with large farm, who had been doing on the Stat L.ve Stock Sanitary taritf is supposed to be bated on the cent on bank checks, a tlat license day with Mr. Lewis Simpson. business with iun for mJre than Hoard of Kentucky by Chapter 00 of theory of protection to home Indus- - tax of $10 on nil automobiles, irre oil New Prores FOR SALE Scott Fork School opened Monday twenty year and had always been the Act of the General Assembly of trie. Since there never has been spective of cost or horse power, an tove. Ued only six week Mis Jennie Walters is the teacher ncrfectfv good. He explained that the Commonwealth of Kentucky, ap. ami never will be an ounce of worm increase of s postage rate Mr. It. D. UUnton, Maple Ave. gut produced in thi country ,on what Mr. and Mrs. P.dd Moberly spent last vear's tobacco price had left all1 proved March 20. I!M8, the follow-i.1 rents and un added levy on cito d the fanner financially broke, that he regulation are hereby adopted pre-ha- theory could the Way. and Mean gar., tobacco and cigarette are un- - Sunday wth Mr. and Mr. Leslie Hill. been carrying them since that scribing the dutie of the County Live Committee possibly hate acted when ilerstood to huve been among tax re-- ! T A. Hradley. of Danville, llos Mr. ami Mrs. Calef Johnson spent time, and that with the conditon of Stock Inspector in the Common-th- e it placej this high tariff on worm vision suggestions presented today by Friday with Mr. and Mrs. Lige Hoi 171. has two cows 1U young ealven gut? What effect could it possih! IH bull month, old. all and market a it t this year he knew wealth of Kentucky, A. W. Mellon to the House ton. Section I The County Live Stock anticipate from this tariff except an (Secretary PoW Hereford, rim? stun for sale they would be unable to meet their Way. and .Means Committee, meeting Miss Alice Ray spent the week-en- d ' Inspector hall Invest. gate all report increase in the price of listing tackle? ( St. present indebtedness sugges with her sister. Mrs. Klijah Me.Mll of contagiou anJ infeetiou dleac When I sought the prvilege of offer in executive session. Other "Laborer everywhere are out of tions were said to have included: FOR SALKi 120 fresh mountain Ilan. Hundred of hand are eager. of all live stock within hi county und ing an amendment to restore worm work. A reduction of "0 per cent in with the gut to the free hit and to point out to Mr. Russell Holton nd daughters ewe and i buck. Phone 6.1 fifty cent per day. A j shall at all time to work at transportation taxes, both passenger W. S. GirrisT, Linc.ister, Ky warehouseman approached a group of Hoard in preventing. .suppressing, the House how utterly absurd It wa and freight, next year anil their eli spent Wednesday with Mrs. Uge Holton. men. ottering one of them two hour controlling and eradicating communi-wor- k to put n tariff on that item I wa minalion the jrar following. Mrs. C. Moberley is visiting Mr at fifteen cent an hour. Six1 cable disease in Jive stock. He it thortled down. I could not even get FOR SALK. WlUrta tlie next 30 Itepeal of the profits tax and ellmi i hereby authorized to make all nece.; a chance to get the amendment bepleaded with htm for the job. Chin nation of the I2.U0O exemption on and Mrs. Frank Folger at llry.ints i'ays, ix Registered Poland ville. "It may seem to some that I have'ary inveitigation, enter any prem-- i fore the House. Gilt, il Hwntlk obi. live stock wherever "The new tariff bill is full of Just ocrporattons incomes. es and examine extremely a pictured condition Mr. and Mrs. Henry Roy spent John Amos, Increa.M of the normal income tax absurdities. The House had to gloomy, but t am willing to take oath he may deem it necssiry in the tt F. I). No. S. l.mcuster, Ky on corporations from the present 10 Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. James toek in-- 1 swallow them whole in one ugly, I have charge of hi. duties a live that they are even worse than Simpson. palatable max, for under the rule per cent to I ft per cent. represented them to be. I believe Klimination of the income surtax Several from here attended the e R'ifrtgrT.i tor. Mu opportunity was not given to FOR SALE Section 2 That he shall when that the only way for Burley tobacco by the State Veterinarian, form the House a to the character brackets above 10 per cent with the burial of I.ilbert Xaylor in (tineas Jettic Range, KtWhen C.ihinet, grower to avoid the hardet time surtax rates on incomes ranging from ter Sunduy. utensils, Kitchen doien several Central Kentucky ha ever seen i quarantine all animals that are found of the concoction it had to take down M.000 to 150,000 increased. Mrs. Mike Simpson and baby spent Mason ar. etc. to be suffering from or expod tojin one gulp. If anybody in Ohio, or for them to join the "Shifting From Classes lo Masss." Wednesday night with Mrs. Calef Mr J. S. Gilbert Marketing Association a hundred per an infectious or contagious disease anyone else, imagine that the House The revenue bill if revised in ac- Johnson. I have signed up my and if any animal have died to see of Representativs really deliberate cent strong cord with these suggestions would be Mr. and Mrs. Ike Dunesin ami crop and Intend to work every day that the eiircues of dead animals, oxer a tariff he is very much designed to approximately Cultivator!. Silo Fillers. Manure of it part and product, are takn. It is under the absolute children spent Sunday ufternsron in now untit November fifteenth from Riding year, it was Mid. Xicholasville. next prsMder. Wheat Drill. dispo'ed of titner by of a tyrannical, and help the Association over. I Mr. Mellon' memorandum embodyPlow, Ice Cream Freeaer. .Screen believe that it is the high duty of plete cremation or borying carcass! ways and mean committee. I con-an- ing his Mr. and Mrs. I'reston SNyrfer and Door, views was withheld, but Chairand Window ai many other all of it ports and products, insider the new tariff hill ene of the every man in Central Kentucky to do children spent Sundny with Mr ami arosxls at cost man J. W. Fordney promised to make Still trimming prices the earth at a point which is never t greatest outrages ever perpetrated on likewise." Mrs. Lige Holton. )nd not cttsUMMers it public tomorrow. covered with the over flow of ponds the American people." Mr. J. A. Masters had the mis. J. R. MOUNT A Co. I(cpre.entatlrr J. X. Garner, TexPRE-PRIMARY or stream. and which is distant not horse as, the ranking Democratic member fortune to loose a vulaaWe ORCHARD GROVE Ies than one hundred (100) feet. Pol.tn'il One big type, tstg bone. of the committee attacked the Treas- last 'week in a runaway. from any watercourse, well, spring, From one' of "hina ftr al Mr, llradford Hurdrtte ami son, opened ury Secretary's proposals, declaring Lucille Hendnckson public highway, residence or stable. !ewa't best herd. Van must see thU that every one ef them constituted a spent a few days with Mrs. Monday, Irvin so that the entire carcass be covered ,fhoo at lhl P,a Filed By Wo are boar to apprectUe htm "shifting of the tax burden from the at Huckeye htis week. Mr. and Mrs. Lige Henge vt'ited with at least two (2) inches of quick-- ; through with htm sn.l wil. tel' him classes to the masses." Mrs. Lewis Simpson ami daughter. worth the money Mr. and Mrs. Eliha Adams last week. Prospective lime and three (3) feet of earth. Mr. Mellon was sanl to have esti- Agnes, were afternon guests of Mrs Section S It shall be the duty of ! Mr,. Taylor Huffman, who has 7. T. Rice and Son mated Government expenditures for R. II. l'reton Sunday. Offices ;t!ie County Live Stock Inspector to been suffering with neuralgia is bct- t Mie on Huckeye pke next year ot J.!75,000,000, but Mr. Mr. and Mr. Taylor Helton aupervtse me cleaning ami uisiniec- - ter. ) and Fordney said this wns depended on l.ast week a renuired by Jaw all tion of railway live Stoekpens. alley- bought some how much of the I500.000.00U due children pent Sunday with Mr. and . ir. J. P. r. , .St.. I i. 1:1..... ,ne .n.....atc, FOR SALE Heauuful Colonial Mrs. Huke Preston. wl,ySl Chute. etc.. through which in- - has from Mr. Tavlor Huffman at lo the railroads would have to be adthiir nrrt.nrim.PV lUtpmnnt rtf Residence and 12 aeret of land, fected and diseased live stock have -' ,. tlJ- -- ,..,,i Mrs. W. Hurdette and children ...... I I .... i"V. ....... ri-.i:. j i vanced out of the Federal treasury, ICiiv, , known as the Curt Robin un home, XUJil. 1?IIMIIUIC1 pjjjJ , , .T ... .. n I the cost of operating the Government spent a few days last week with Mrs. .....I Mr T,....r five mile from Lancaiter on Lexingit, ouuruc. ub. Sec. (a) To supervise the, . The following t the complete nil dipping of sheep wherein cabie have children were the guests of Mr. ami Merchant Fleet nnd the size of ex- Robert Carter at Huckeye. ton pike. Will sail at a bargain, or Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Matthew and trade for a farm off pike. Mrs. Hob .Saylor Sunday, penditures for the army and th and expense of each candidate: Also hava been found or where sheep have been daughter, Arleigh, spent Tuesday 45 acres of Und, with gjqJ houae Mr- - Ku"n Humphrey spent a few- - navy. For County Judge J. C. Williams, exposed to scabies. with Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Simpson. SI 00,000,000 From Auto Tas. $21.00; G. M. Treadway, $1.50. wlti f and barn, mile off Lexington " Mr-- WaU Sub. Sec. IblTh- - ,lln at tires.' JJ"4 Aside from internal taxes, the For County Clerk; Miss Fannie ent pennttted by the State Live Stock i ter Humphrey and family. Lime, Sand, Portland Cement, pike that it a bargain for iuick tola. Treasury Secretary was understood 21.50, Cronley Uroadut, Dowden. G C Walkar. (tfj Sanitary Hoard for the treatment of Whttl Middlings. Rye Middling. to have estimated customs receipt Rok, Common and Pretted Drick. $1.50. Hudson A Farnau. sheep affected with or exposed to i Ballard Bran, Mixed Feed. Dairy for next year at 1450,000,000 and For Representative Robert H. A Suggestion scabies are a follows: Lime and sul - jand Mors and MuU Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Hurchell miscellaneous receipt including mI- Tomlinson. Jr., $21.50, R. D. pher dip made in the proportion of Hudson & Famau. and Miss F.tta Helle Ross spent Sun vage. at $350,000,000. $1.50. To eight (8) pounds of unslacked lime jjr. and Mrs. George Kdmgton and He was said to have figured that day with Mr. and Mrs. W. Hurdette. For Sheriff Dave C. Sander, (or eleven (U) pound of commeric- - chiMrcn. Mrs. Satlie I'reton and The men wit's foresnht aru now Mrs. Bradford Hurdette and on the $10 license tax on automobiles $21.50, James Robinson, $1.50. i i air siactceui Ma,ttfr Kinnaird Humphrey spent would bring in $100,000,000 and that and Mrs. Charlie McMillian and son arranging for their obligation. due For County Attorney Green Clay ai nyuraieu nine, r noi r-ami twenty-lou) pouna Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Arbor Lee added levy on cigars, tobacco and were recent visitors of Mrs. Howard March 1st. Our long term Farm' Valker. $21.50; T. J. Underwood. nmei Loans will enable you to do this. flowers of sulpher or ulpher fiouri 0f Marksbury. It I of cigarettes and additional $25,000,. Logan nt Hackley. $1.50. will save your farm and protect your to one hundred (100) gallons of wa- Mrs. G. II. Huffman entertained 000. Mr. ami Mrs-- Mirt Wylie, of Xlcho. credit. Come In and talk it over iur- Mcotine dip containing not less the following to dinner Wednesday: Increased postal rates have been lasville and Mr. II. A. Wylie. ii. sr. a T s,nf. tt r.n of with us. " ' Rev. and Mr. Thompson. Mrs. W m. estimated to yield another $75,000,- - Versailles, were i' Jailer-Da- vid For Ro. $21.50; E. i n,co recent vrsltors of S. T. 1. E. W. HANDLE, The d",p,n'c bath 0U'J Hlank, and daughter. Miss Annie a nd 000, but the ,"f H. Chandler. $1.50. estimate as to the in- Mr. nnd Mr. R. II. Preston. 502 Fayette National Hink. temperature of 95 de- - M( U1J fnra p B. Clerk- -J. come from the proposed tax on bank For Circuit Court Mrs. Luther May and children, of Lexington, Ky. gree to degrees r. Dipping to1 ., ,. .. if ....!. t. .o. ana s erg.e iium- - checks was not discloted. .Jrr, Lexington and Miss Leona Hast, of be repeated in from ten to fourteenl , The loss of revenue through re- Huckeye, spent Thursday with Miss l.oO. phrey and Mrs. George Kdmgton and Idle? 11 ig business is tvad7 for . . .. . .11.1 For Magistrate R. L. Barker. you. Sell 137 pro.luet direct to far ul i.... " i. duction of transportation taxes lias Amanda Clause. " ,a, Section That the County Live "! been placed at approximately $r..50; Noah Marsee. Jr.. $0.60; J. II. S,w-l- ',r' " .1,tl m,U- - , mntl,. Ul'n Messrs. P.ugene Folger of Hryants-vill- e mer on credit. If you own team Clark, $C.S0; D. M. Carter. $1.50; lv and MU ,'e0,a "'"lhrey or auto, are under SO, can give lwnd, ,nnd Willie Moberly, r.nnrt t .h- V.t.ri.,r, Harrison Ray, $1.50. After the committee had heard Mr. guests of their grandmother,Jr., were we tart you. Twenty million use, Mrs. C. irivini; the name and address of tier- Mellon, D. II. Hlair, Internal Itevenuo For Coroner Simon H. Anderson, our products, (rood territory open. vrl(u 8t0r Warnlna. Moberley Saturday night. aon or persons who had animal in- -' $1.50. Commissioner; Dr. T. S. Adams, uw-" Write J. R. Watkins Co . fected with infections and contagious plnnti send out storm wuriilng. Cer- - Treasury tax expert nnd other fiscal Dept 11S, Winoni Minn. disposi-- j diseases, also to report the lll)wt.r, t.(M, ,)p tl((ht. officers of the Government, Mr. FordBOURNE panU Woodchuek Living Room. "If your !:fe chance" Tlie burrow of a woo'li'buck at Qnt tion of the careas of ammul that y on the nppronch of roln. They glv) ney reiterated hu statement of Satnan died also whether the premise! The common dntiile- urday that he believed the nation's dencend obliquely Into llin It Mrs. Curtis Sadler has been quite then paise nearly liortEoiilully for . are now free from infection, also in Hon does this, nnd also tbo leaven of tax bill could be cut $500,000,000 sick. eerul feet, rl-- s moderately for the what manner diease wa controlled.; ,ho tills clover. Tlio silver leaf pop-- nnd the Government run for $ 1,000,. .Mr. J. P. llamm made a business r give ruir warning or rain uy to- Mat liulf of its length, t terminate In Sub. Sec. (a) Thi report shall Positively no fox hunting or hunt- trip to I.'tncaster Saturday afternoon. quitn a iuiclous and round chntuber reach the State Veterinarian not later' 101 l"0, tiU'r, m"'".r h",u ot ,ts ,tfavrt 000 a year. of any character or trespawing on Called "Willful and Wicked Waste." -t which coti.ttttuttuinaTi vuuiiiiuuuAi). the "Us S. II. Speake sold to V. A. Lear than the 10th. of each month. our farnu. Any violator will be Mr. Garner said Government ex- 17 heud of the enllro funnly su) tlie Ameriof cattle at 5 4 cts. per lb. prosecuted. Sub. Sec. (b) Failure to comply Ramarkabla Physical Strength. can Forestry Maguzuii penditure in excess of that sum Sutti a burMrs. Herbert Stone is recovering While the uterine woman nosoeatei next year would be a "willful, wicked W. S. Enibry, W. A. Price, T. J, row muy bo at leai tinny ftvt In with the enforcement of thee regu- of the physical waste to public funds, wholly inde- after several week illness of typhoid Iice, Ed and X. U. Price. Fisher leiiKth o long thill iutr never dreamt lotions shall be cause for recoinmen-- 1 jnly about f datton of removal from the office ofiitrength of the it vera k uiun. there fensible." ot it hole. Herring. Crtt Meadow, Ansel Mea- lie averted the ePdernl fever. County Live Stock Inspector and hu!,r plenty of exreptloni. und tliero establishment could See Coodloe 4 Walker ilros, for lows, John Collier, J. S. Schooler, be run for h,ve women who could rival removal . hall be at the discretion of Weighing the Earth. 000,000 adding that Representa- American Wire Fence at greatly re. Joe Crlsclllts, J. M. Criscilli, Robert ay. the the State Livestock Sanitary Board, ,,nu,,, npvur', Tlio ii:imiI r,,I,e Speake, George Conn, Jim Conn, tive Murtin Mudden, Illinois, the new duced price. man. the most f inaiu of the inrtli ha been deter-uilue-il Ktfective on and after July 28. ;them all was Miss Kate llolierta. the chuirman of the Committee had deMiss Peal, of Xicholasville, "wai Henry Arnold, Marion Johnson, W. by means if the Tontiou but lt2l. Jatichter of h Wei li nreiirher. clared an address that this turn should the attractive week-enguest of Mis E. Whltaker. Tom Conn. J. M. ance, uu Instrument for monsurln Adopted by the State Live Stock, Though there wan in;tilng In th be sufficient. Meadow. W, T. King, John Rich, Klva Jennings. very minute furciM. Hy means of this Ilefore the committee heard the liutrumeiit the uttmctlvu force of n Sanitary Huard of Kentucky July 28, leant malve nlmut tlili young worn- The friend of Mr. Hubert Doolin Sam Rich, J. C. Conn and J. F. IU2I. in, she could lift a fu i irown man Treasury iHrgu melul bull I iirctinitely measexport, the .Republican arc glad to hear that his "Flivver" I Adam. ured, and by rompirlng HiIh force with W. H. Limmons, State Vetennanun. above her hind w ith one arm. (Other names will be added upon members were in conference with Mr. in running order again. W. C. Hannu, Chairman, State Live the nu4 of 111 the eurlh's nitrm-'ioithe payment of 35 cenU.) Madden for n discussion of expense Dslsltt Mlitaktn for Shtsp. Miss Christine Speake was the earth tuny Stock Sanitary Hoard. aertumed. (tf.) In New there U to bt next year and more particularly the guest of her aunt, Mr. Allen, of found a member of the daisy family need of the Shipping Hoard, the Jessamine county last week. which I It I .i often P""j rui fui km h ji rtairRarvnriarvtarsarsnfeirtti mistaken for ahy-g- that the dtataiice. Army and Xnvy, h ji P4t rJi tutorial artoja Mm. Hamlett Jennings and chil- ntotafetofe sheep In Kxnminatlon of the Treasury It grow In expoed places and th dren, spent Monday afternoon with concluded the committee' hearbrutiche or the plant are covered with Mrs. Inez Range und children. 1 mull leaves which greatly resembta ings on the revision measure and the Misses Knima andLtllian Pierce Si, it Of the music ami mirth education and entertaintlio wod f aheep. The alinpe of the Republican members plan to get to I have jul received a new plant and the flower add to tho de- work tomorrow on n final druft of were the guests of their cousin, Miss 31 i. ment, nnd fun stulf we have lined up for supply of the Lou Klla Doolin Saturday night. I ception. It sometimes called tilt the bill. Mr. Fordney reiterated thut ff you. Come and view the interesting and instructive vegoUbla iheep. the committee probably coud not The many friend In tin communBeit Grade of Guar, exhibits the marveh nrchlnery and mechanism complete the measure under three ity will be sorry to hvar of the illness the thrilling and sensational features. You'll enA Conundrum. aiteed Rubber of Mrs. Margarett Speake at the While watching a moving picture weeks. joy every minute. and will rubber your buggy Mr, J. W. Speak on home of her son. of th Islt of Wlcbt, receotly, an old for $H.00. Kindling th Fire. Give me a trial and satisfy the Danville roud. Haillsh conundrum was recalled to yourself phone 187. our mind. It ran thna; Why U tbo Cheap randies, rut Into small hits Mr. and Mrs. S. II. Speake and Isle of Wight Because It and placed In the klmlllnr In th daughter. Misses Blanche nnd Ida, sf fraud A. H. VANHUSS baa Naedlua you cannot thread, Freah--, kitchen move, make an even better V water you cannot drink, Oowea yoa tutlio.l. of quickly atortlng the (Ira and their great aunt. Mis Margarett MT. VERNON, KY. Lar.CMter.JKy in Woodford cannot milk and Newport you cannot la the morning than using keroaoM. Amett were visitor county and Lexington last week. And It U Just as economical. botlla.rUotoa Tranacrlpt. RULES AND "NEW TARIFF (Continued from 1st. page OUTRAGE" ) SECRETARY POOR RIDC.E. lt. pans.) REGULATIONS ClattiM That Of Inspectors Bear Of Tax. tlrst-clas- n 1 -- t) I au-tth- I .) Join-proper- ly rie com-jinatio- n high-hande- d d EXPENSE Candidates Hr lm For tf L. I -- 1 11 : one-hal- y. Fd. Farmer lt-.ilii- n. - r. -t- I.,tn, " -- $150,-000,00- J?-- J ,, " ,, ample-wantin- g. Attention Hunters two-third- s dlk-glii- $3,-50- i V."?. d i t GET YOUR SHARE olTi-ce- Rubber Tireing i i f ! f f I I AUOUST lOth, llth MT. VERNON FAIR and 12th i HMt9l!llll ll9(la394slla I