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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): August 11, 1921 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1921 cen1921081101_sn86069201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): August 11, 1921 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1921 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. THE CENTRAL RECORD. THIRTT.'SKCOND YEA LANCASTER. KY THURSDAY AFTERNOON. AUGUST I I, I 92 I . NUMBER 10. l The Weapon And The Bug-A-Boo- ." "Non-Par-tisareport of two salt's recent-l- v made to one of the IiIk manufacture, one of IfiO.OOO poll ntls at Ill's cents per pound Htwrd f Judge Lewis U Walker, Clwirmnn IV Convention. wMh U.e our organization and another of over fiOO.OOO for (Snrrnnl County far' tin.SettssoK of I'lnn of Selling Tobacco ha Slate Superintendent of Um The County "onrentir pounds at from 11! to 18 cents, ntnl must be Christian Sunday Sfhosfci of Ojrr.inl In the first sale having about completed hi organization ntnl George Colvin. say the lot refuses) to wilt stiirt nctlvr work of been purchased from growers thl week. Thecommittee nrr the'Mk Helen Gill luunty attendance County w.i 4 htl a' Iatrl Green following 'nst Mttnduy. A cvt program hai nt It1 cents, and that repre- Executive Committee: J. II, Woods, olflrrr for Garrard county, although been arrnnici Jd it wis wtl! ren , it ii admitted nml rojicctlod by all dured sented by the second sale at J. E. Robinson. (5. II. A geiMl crowd was prtnt about 1! cents, should be suffici- It. I.. Burton, Win. Scott, It. G. tlint she n otic of the best otficers 'ncluding the following during the 'visitors (Jeorge Mmre .mi Timothy V J. n th state. Her ent to convince any intelligent Woods, J. A Smith, J. A. Anion, C. putt yifir hat brought favorable I. Hamilton W. T. Sander. Tinsley. of I.ausville, reprentinc Cofarmer of the need for the Wynn. from many throughout the state the State Sund ijf Sel ool AueUUn; MAGISTERIAL CHAIR.Marketing Associa- MEN: Ijincnutcr, A. F. Handera; operative ami that the filled the olNee eiflcient-l- y J. S. Hilton and Mr. HilWn re pre ami rnpnbly hits never been J. Iltigaii llallard; lluckeyr, tion. Last fall there was said settling the Widows' and Orpbaas hence her rep oval corner a a Home of ' to be an over supply of up- II S. nay: I'uint l.irk, Woods Walkand Rov W. J. shock ami er The the of one hundred million appointed Magisterial Chairman have distinct ami pntren diappointmnt to Hudspeth, of litre., who wards of the cheols In precinct chairman a fo- friend The Rev C R Holder. pounds, and it is generally llow. I'nlnt l.lck, David llervey, C. (iarrarii county. Hut it was too good place of of the Lonvol Oreen member known that something like II. I.edford, Robert llourne, Alfred n piece of political me to he overproided a vry getwrwu board dinner which was greatly enJoy4 by forty million pounds were (Iwrnv llrjantuvillc. G. A. Howling, looked by this bought by speculators at a NoruiMti Crow, It. I). Mc.Murtry, It. nml It voted unantmcuily to appoint all present. I. Barker, loincatter, Robert Hum- - Silas Haird, of I'reaehersvlIIe, a Among the other things done in price varying from Ho cents to ide, Noah Maroee. staunch rcpuldican ami a party work- the course of Use day a rluton It Is true Sfl.OO per hundred. Each of the Precinct Chairman will er in (iarninl county for many years. was aMel proposed purchase appoint four or more member of hl Thl n "taking the .schools out of New County approving theI'lan. which that this speculative Convention politics" with n vengnnce committee to present in the work of In the dilTer-en- t of last fall represented is being member to the association county convention and will comv quality of the crop'. full organization it n hoped will W. T. WOOLFOLK before the State Convention tn SepNevertheless, it was the over Thecompleted thl be week tember for final act 'en This plan supply. Naturally when there Passes Away At Home to abolish the District Conventions is an over production the RICHMOND MAYOR and make the county conventions tiiiiniifiii-tiiri-rbuy only the In Lexington conventions instead if ne The oiflcer of the convent. on wil! Wins Primary; Dies. best grades. GARRARD COUNTY HOY. he a president, thre vice pretidenU. The speculator buys tobacco W. T. Woolfolk, 5.'. year old and a secreUiry, an adulr superintendent, to sell it loummriii rrajr'rs I all lo Mtr only for one reason upenntemltflt and an one of the mot prominent business u eeonlary Life Of I'upuUr OflirUI. t the manufacturer later on at superintendent. The' men and merchant of I.emngtan, elementary will constitute an Kvecutive a prollt. Prayer by hU fe'low Uiwnimen died at hi home in that city lat otficen This over supply, however, and bent metlieat skill fulled to stay Saturday morning at ! :!I0 o'clock, Committee which will meet monthly conderution drags down the price upon all the hand of dtsittt when Leslie I'. following j protraetetl illness of sev- for theSunday ScbooU of welfare it in the county. eral months duration. During that all the grades, and the surplus need Kva'ns, IS year old. Mayor of RichA Central Committee will be consti a mond and husiiie man, din) at the time his family and friends had been tuted of the memberi of the Kxecu-tiv- e not be very great to make (iood Samaritan HetpHal in Lexing- quite apprehensivv of his recovery Committee and representatives difference of several cents a ton last Monday. on account of several heart attacks counpound on all the tobacco sold, Mr. Evan had been ill with pleu- with which he had sutfered hnd which from evry congregation in the to manufacturers or risy for nine week, but hit death was the immediate caune of his death. ty. This committee will meet quarwhether plan Will WiKtlfolk had many friends In terly. In keepng with the was due to heart dienie. speculators. Despite the fact that he was lick this county, where he was born and adopted Fairview was selected as the This surplus is the "purchas-ur'- s grew up to young unhood, who will next meeting place and the following Evans weapon" and the "grow- in beil, MrSaturday was a renominated be grieved to learn of his death otTicer were elected: President. R. II. by for Mayor plurality of Vice President, He is survived bv bl widow-- . Mrs, Ilat.ion, er's tO votes over three other candidate. Kobert Castineau. Fairview; Mrs. W. ".Vow I can sleep Well tonight," he Mary Woolfolk: one daughter. MUs Now, what will happen when Marketing As- ald when told Saturday evening of Margaret Woolfolk; hi mother, Mrs.jS- - Carrier. Lancaster; K. II, the K. Woolfolk; one brother. John 1""'. Lancaster; Secretary. Miss the primary result He expreiMiil sociation becomes effective? himself as being nnd four sisters. Mrs. T. nl Howden, faint Lick; Adult Sup- - A Co-operati- ve COMMITTEES ATTENDANCE INTERESTING EDUCATIONAL 'HEART DISEASE COMPLETED OFFICER PROGRAM MEETINGS Closes Life Of Mm. Plan Well Removed By Marketing Rendered At County Florence Grant. Selling: Plan Of Sunday Schools Hoard. Under Way. When the wd news reached n" Co-operative "nsn-ftartMsiEIu-ratio- Lan-cn- tr Tobacco. Paint Lick Mftrtstortnl M. - Dwirict, , Mune Sefceol llouw. Fridtiy. AsmtwI l, -- Swim-broad- com-nii't- it Rrjrantsvlle Magiotona! DUtnet, Hrytintsville. Saturday. AugwH 13 5:90 l. M. Iluckoye MngMteriAl Duttict. Ilackejre, Tuevlciy. Augat 1ft. 7:30 SMna. WdnMty. August I' M. 17. V. It. T:0 I. M. que-tlone- to-tl- "non-purttan- " tin-lowe- j.it Magwtoria! District AisguH House. T. ICmtt Day) 1:30 I. M. It m the duty of eery tobacco grower ind all other butinwM men to come to thote educational mooting! and leurn of Use proposed plan of marketing of tobacco, No one will be jked to ign i con tract oxcupt of his own free will and aieoni. The object of those meetings w to hear and learn. KVKKY- BODY :ntenMted in this movement so we trust that they will come out and neir the plan diss.'Used. Lewi L Walker. Lanenstor. Court Chairman for iarrard County . COMMITS Ed B. SUICIDE s two-da- y Haselden, Son Of The Late Joe Haselden Of This City SELF. ENDS LIFE BY SHOOTING bug-a-boo- ." 1 i ,,v nifciiuui ,..!a ...i... iiiivi-- iiiiii ..l.l periy manageu necr ,tm. on hlt own ((irt Hurplus in a staple product when it became known in tobacco, to slump the pricCjiiuind that Mayor Kvans was n ex. for the entire crop. The mar- - 1'ecte.J to live, prayer meeting were hv, that city and ' kct is not permitted to be glut-H- '' business men closed cf stores and their . will be . tod. Sufficient tobacco offered to take care of the de-- j Mayer Kvans was a native of Richmand and the rest will be held mond, being son of the late Dr. 0. W. Evan. until the market can absorb it when it He attended Centre College wa located at Richmond. legitimately. For a number of years he was This method of handllnK with the Farmers Hank & surplus is followed not only by Trust Company, but later was en in Cali- gaged In the real estate and insur the larjre by manufac mice business. fornia, but also Resides his widow, who turing concerns such as the ; Uura I.ynn; two daughters,was Miss Nannie United States Steel Corpora- Chcnault Kvans and I.ynn Kvans and tion, The Stnndard Oil Com- three, sonn, Leslie Kvans. Jr., pany nnd the International Richard Kvans and Ceorgc Kvans, It is the survive. He atso letve four broth' Harvester Company. one sister, Otorge only sane way to conduct any ers and Overton hvnns andKvans, St Joseph liuis; . Association pro- - v. 1 1. Fi I ... proud of the friends .. i -- . Rich-lik- e . d K.l I!. Haselden. wtlt known young man of this county, commits suicide this morning at the home of his moth on the er, Mr- - Kmina Hueldcn Shakertown Road, three mile from He shot himself with u Danville. automatic army pistol The hullei went through his head. then entered the wall ami bounc ed back on the tloor The report first came to town that he had shot himself and a physician wus hurried ly called, but upon the aruval of Dr. y Dunlap, he pronounced him dead. Coroner William Zimmerman as- K'mbled a jury, over which Mr. B. L. Hroadus, Mrs. R. L Culley. Mrs. erintendent. J. K. S,ormes. Lanca-J- . G Fox, presided it foreman, and Secondary Superintendent. J. M. the verdict brought in is as follows; II. Rourne and Mrs. Jennie Mur-M"Kdwards, Pleasant Orove; Klemen- pj,y "We, the Coroner's Jury, find that Superintendent. Mrs. Floyd Funeral services wrre held at Ed. R. Haselden came to his death last Sunday afternoon.) ,u- - I'leasant Orove. The officers by suicide with a pistol in his own Rev. I. J. Spencer and II. C. Horton. wcre coafine.1 to the Lancaster hand." llurinl followed in the Ktegation and othet congregations The young man was about thirty-eighclosest thereto because of the month- (jincaster cemetery. year old. Danville Advocate, meetings which the Kxecutivo W. T.' Woolfolk united with the Deceased was n son of the late Joe Christian church early in manhood Committee will hold. Haselden of this city, who was ac nnd lived in the strvngcth of an un- cidently killed near Danville a few t s, i years ago by beint; thrown from a wnviTlliK mini. He was u member of the otTicial buggy which had been run into by long-barrele- d ' Hour-Mor' last Saturday morning, that Mrs. Flormee Grant had passed away at hsjr home ;n I.exiniton, her friends wer desily grieved and shocked, far it win only i few weeks ago that she was rtsttlng in thu city and seemed at that time in perfect health. Rut she had sutfered for several year with severe hirt attacks, which was not wall known to friends outside of her ininnll.su family. Mr. Grant was the daughter of the late W. G. and Lucy Herndan Anderson, and i survived by her two ions, Luclen M. Grant, of the United Suites Navy, now stationed at Ifeston, and Row-ma- n Grant, of Lexington, who u a Junior now in State University, where he has taken ;ip civil engineering; also one daughter, Miss France Grant, of Lexington. Mr. Charlie Anderson, of this city, i the only surviving brother, whilo she leaves one sister, Mr. J. Roe Vouni; .of Panama, hut who was visiting Mrs. Grant at the time of her death. Mrs. Grant was born and lived most of her life in Garrard county and only moved to Lexington about two yaars ago, in order to complete the education of her two children. and Frances. She wa universally loved by all who knew her, a devout Christian, consecrates! m her faith atTectionate sister, devoted daughter and an honored anil indulgent mother. She was a member of the Christian church and espoused iU teaching with all her heart. The community's sympathy go out to these children and loved one in their sad loss which indeeJ must be hard to bear. Funeral services were held at the grave m the Lancaster cemetery' Monday afternoon, conducted by Row-ma- Rev. E. H. Hourland Sells New Dodge Car Messrs. Kinnuird Ilrother sold and delivered to Mr. Virgil Gastineau one of those good car, Dodge Brothers. This is a Ave passenger car and W much improved over the old car. Repairing Streets. Chief Rratton is putting In good time this week as he has a gang of men working on the streets that are very much in need. We commend most heartily Chief Rratton' work and wish to otfer one suggestion 'Let the good work continue." the''J" t '' n nnrn Polluted Water. 1 nnd two cents per pound. surplus would have been gradre-dry- business. If we had had an Association last fall, there would have been no tobacco sold at one Kvans, Ml. Sterling Richmond, nnd Mrs William Kvnns. Thomas Pickle. Lincoln's Nominees One of the MrontM'st Democratic ticket in this senatorial district was nominated in the Lincoln county primary last Saturday ami rbil th..r.. 1 The through their Organization, ami the growers themselves would be receiving from 11! to 18 cents per pound for the tobacco recently purchased by Further, this manufacturer. would have brought a tobacco decent price Inst fall. Assuming that forty million pounds are now in the hands of speculators, who purchased the amount at an average of 2H cents per pound, nnd the manufacturers take it from the speculators at an average of cents per pound between 12 now and the time this year's crop is ready for sale, there will be represented a profit to the speculator and a loss to the grower of $1,000,000.00. Thin is only one of the many disadvantages which would be overcome by the Association. It ihould be kept constantly in mind that this supposed surplus last season operated to bear down prices on all tobac- - ami would ed nnd now be held by the growers lt tome dUsapointment among the as III. canuiuaies, all nave come out III strong card endorsing the full ticket and pledging their support'at the November clec'ion. The nomi nee are; For Representative, Lester Lcter; County Juile, T. A. Rice; County Attorney, Kelly FruncU; County Clerk, Marshal Newland; Sheritr, George F. Deborde; Tax W. II. Reynolds; Jailer, R. L. I'eak; Coroner, J. U lleaxley; Magistrates, S. M. Owens nnd George iieii-aieI Rankin. Car Kavanaugh salt In barrels, just received. Hudson A Faraau. sold. If growers of Hurley tobacco need a stronger argument than this to persuade them to join the new Organization, there CO would seem to be some truth to the statement recently made by an intlucntial Kentuckian to thu effect that lack of intelligent understanding by the farmers of Kentucky is the only thing that can possibly defeat the forming of the Tobacco board and treasurer of Central Cris- tlun church for a great many years,, pnrl Roberts Little where hi loyalty and devotion was always evident Loses. He numbered his friends by his acquaintance and wos ever rea.ly ,n a fajt Kame of ball the with congratulations for their uc,team captaine, by "Rod" Roberts cesse and sympathy for their sor.j from Ltte iirjtain" went down in row (defeat at the hands of the local nine Hi loving heart and great arm j,y thl. ou, ot 5 t0 a was ever ready to support and help, the Reo Thls Knu. artei, 0,r whenever It wa needed. i L.m hert. Iait wetfki thc visitor scor- He was n loving and devoted hus.)lnK, ,wo , the t)rsl ,,ut aj the tnu;a Kin.i nn.t iniiuigent miner; a (f ,iroccl.,ied "Happy" Chandler, real nomemaker wnoe nospitaiity the bate b;lll mai;not, f Lexington, was unbounded. f ame int0 hu own ani, paVlj har(,.r a a citizen .Mr. vsooiioik was aba the innin,., rolei by. true community uuimcr ami an a.i-- j Thu wa a fait k,ame tram start vocate of high nnd noble principle. to flnUh and oach luU pat u,, a ci(ly near . ,ame uf bttli jnktn4. the dan.lv ine uenuuiui norai mute testimony of the love and e- - Iefl MlU.t for tht. JocaU ,tartea the teem of his host of friends. oW ro)inK when he hit ,he horltf. hide for n homer In the third inning. 1 New Home Tll, (itfhlnK ani, a arounJ IlVuy. Moved The K. of l". who have had as their' ing of "Happy" was the feature of club rooms over Currcys and tiulley's the game. We could do nothing more than grocery moved tht week to their' new home formerly occupied by the comment on the whole team for the Masonic Lodge in the Citizen N'n- - clever game of ball 'hat they put up. tlonal Rank Ilulldng . They have fitted up these rooms ILXCUrslOn Kates nnd now; have an Ideal hall. Th(J L & N Halroa(l wlll ,tfu tfx. cursfon round trip ticket to the U Hr0(lh(.aJ Fatr whlcl( besin4 ncxt and last for four lays. Reglnnlng In a few days the Ington Herald can be bought in Lan- - The rate I (l.ltJ, which include war caster about tlx o'clock A. M. on day' tax. of publication. They propose to run' . u delivery through Richmond and on I Loses Home Tire. to Ijincaster and men to Uanvtllc,, Th- - iu11M nf Mr ,ir..,t na.nneau leaving Lexington about 3 A. M. or was destroyed by lire this morning Just as soon as the first edition I about six o'clock. The origin of the olT the press. fire was not determined as we go to He had some Insurance. Mr, press, Gastineau lost his home on the RichWe with to thank our friend for mond pike several year ago. His the many kind deeds that was done present home is the old West property for us during the ihort Illness and on the Kirksville pike. Mary loot of our little daughter, rooms FOR RENT: Two otTice liayne. ImMr. and Mrs. W. M. Metcalf. over Mount' hardware store. I have moved mediate possession. Lisa la karrsls. to room vacated by Dr. Gilbert. Dr.. J. E. EJwarJ HusUm A Faraau. CHANDLER WINS Britain Team bc oiu-nng- s Into tt u if ii neraia ror oreaKrasi DC" Card Of Thanks. (- -l County Health Officer, Dr. J. E. Edwards, informs us that many of an automobile. the spring along the highway in Garrard county are poulluted and Stolen. contain typhoid germs and warns the worm belonging to a moon public against drinking this water. The shine that wat captured in the There are several cases of typhoid eastern tart of the county a few- - fever now In the county and some of weeks ago and held in the County these cases have been traced to these Clerk' otfice for safe keeping, was springs. stolen from that otfice Tuesday night. To The thieves entered through a rear window opening the vault, and the The local baseball team will cross No clue. rest was ea.y. bats with Brodhead next Thursday on the latter gnund. Brodhead Ball Game has one of the best team in thl Lancaster and Garrard County lov section, but were defeated by our boys everal weeks ago. They are ers of that great national game, base otfering our boys free entrance to ball, are being highly entertained this season by local talent. Since the the great Brodhead Fair, which will beginning of base ball eason we be in full blast at that time, beside many other courtesies will be shown have had the pleasure of seeing one while guests in that city. and "iometlmos two good games play- them ed on the local diamond. Bratton-Ranki- n. The citizens are 'urntng out en Mis Kathleen Bratton, who at- masse to witness the great sport, some of the merchant even closing ended the Lancaster High School and well known in their business and declaring a half for several holiday in order that they as well as this community, was married to Al their employes may enyoy the game. len Rankin, of Lincoln county, on A far back as we can remember July 'JHth., at the home of Rev. D. W. Miss Bratton Lancaster has alway had a dandy Robertson in Danville. good team, be it base ball or foot is a lovely young woman and ha ball. .She never gees at anything tn many friend who wish her a happy a half way, and bettor still, her sons life. The young couple will go to have always given the benefit of ev- housekeeping on Dicks River below ery doubt to the visiting players and the Lancaster and Stanford Bridge while shown them every courtesy New Bus. Line. guests in our little city, however of late we have had quite a bit of arThe Reo Bus lino which hat been gument at our games or as the running from Lex.mjton through kiddles call it "popping their bills" Danville and on to Crab Orchard that takes all of the good manly sport each day and return ha changed It We do not mean out of the game. route and now runt from Stanford to to be criticizing one or two players, Lexington each day and return. merely offer a friendly suggestion but It will leave Stanford about seven : man he o'clock In the morning, that the captain reaching LanI sure knows the game and then caster about eight, thence through Restand by all of his decisions. BryanUville, NlcholasvUle and on to member that an umpire has only two Lexington. Returning that evening, eye and if you decide upon him In will arrive In Lancaster about six the beginning let him continue thru-ou- t o'clock. the game. CAPTAIN, will you allow u thU FOR SALE: Deering Hemp ma- aujurestion? "Be su you are rijht chine; cut only 20 acre. iB.U-Ut.- ) then ifo forward." W. B. Mo. "Worm" Play Brodhead. That ye.-tr- Th Central Record, Lancaster, Ky Thursday, Aug wreck are Improving. Mr. Ami Mr. Raymond Montgomery re the guests of her parent, Mr. poolln, near McQuerry. Lime often prevents disease. Use Si around all out buildings. Hudson A Farnau. Mrs. Bittic Bogem, of Danville, came Saturday to be with her daughter, Mrs, W. 1 Grow, who is sick. Mr. nml Mm. Harvey Dean and children, of Little Hickman, spent part of last week with relative hrre. On next Saturday from 2 00 to C:00 Mr. J. U. Dean will entrrtain her Sunday School ela at a croquet party. Miss Elva Jennings spent l.it week and with relative at Nicholaville now ha a her guest Miss I'eel. of II. 92 1 1 BRYANTSV1LLE Rev. R, A Dawe in Louisville. Is visiting friend 50dMrtttts Iff IvC TTtff) Mr. Vcrnatd Hurte is the guest of relative in Lancaster. Mr. Gucrrant, of tauisvlllr. Is the guest of Mr J 11. Ballard. Mrs. Ada Kinnaird, of Louisville, ha been the guest of Mr. and Mr. J. Hogan Ballard, Mr. adn Mr. M. O. Kennedy were guests of Mr. and Mr. Robt. Hutchinson, of Danville. Mrs. Kate Rice, of Georgetown. was the guest lat week of Rev. B. A. Dawes and family. LIVC STOCK DEPLETION OF RANGE GRASS Injury Cauatd h Remember ) and LacK of Utilisation "orate Crop. Pniturm n,iaa ' of We pay the highest market price for your Of StCRtf CENUINE BULL DURHAM TOBACCO MT. HEBRON Mr. Hunter Rny U on the tick lift. Rev. Manly preached At this place Mr and Mr. Nathan Sunday evening. Born on the 26th. of July to Mr. nml Mr. Jame n 11 lb. boy chrii-te- n i'tl Isaac Gilbert. Messrs. B. L. Grow nml Elijah Stinett, who were hurt in an auto Louisville, have been the guest of Mr. and Mrs. B. II. Halcomb. Nichotasvillc. Mr. and Mr. Newt Goiney were I We Mr. and Mr?. David Montgomery guest Saturday of Mr. and Mrs. Hu and son, llolman Lee. wen with Mr. bert Saecrcer, of Nlcholasville. and Mm. Thou. .Vorri at Curdvllle Danville defeated Bryanuville in! for the week-ena Base Ball game by the score of f! I Mr. and Mrf. J. R. Duncan ami to 3 on the Danville grounds Aug. 7. grating. It foillid that the jlclil of tlolet children, Dorothy and Salllc Eliza Mr. and Mrs. Edd Hulett and lit wheat gra when bcth were with her brother, Mr. tle daughter, of Marcellus. were the once In a season, rerouted by cutting ' at the time the COMPANY. Montgomery at Bryanuville. guest Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Calvin crep matiireil, was four nml seedh Samuel time n large n when It a Mr. J. I. Crawford nr.d daughter.; Hulett and femlly. II. L. HAG AN, Mgr. remiiteil four times In a nim and and Miss Mollie Mr?. Irvine Dean chil-- , Mrs. Dan H. Cheatham and LANCASTER, KY. STANFORD ST., thre and elsht teiiths'llnie a large Crawford spent Sunday with Mr. and dren of Ahland were week-en- d vii a when lierl'iigp h rrinnted twice Mr?. Wm. Crawford at Sulpher Well. tors, of Mr. and Mrs. B. 11. Halcorob In the B'n. Native hronie on the other i: II. K. Montcomsrv and and Mrs. Tivey Cheatham. Mesdamc little ilnuirhtir. Iona. Thos. Hick and! Mr and Mr. John W. Bryant and llftlitl l,.lit...l ! itllllM MB ,..J.I. grovr.n When rye was used as a harteste,! tulre during the smaoti CoVCr iiaugnier, naiei hum pent last .ion- - Mrs. Fannie Bryant were the guest cover crop an average increase of hut the jleld from one cutting uun day with Mr. Sam Johnson at Lan- - Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Farley three and tim e tenth tltm n YlCldS n.fl bushels of corn an acre was obmuch a oOOStS in Nicholaiville. cuter. when It nremoted four times. tained for 18 years In comparison I1it mean In rante revegelatlon that the I One of the important result to be with the yield from similar soil on l, Hyr Middlings. Barley Wheat Middlings, Ballard's Pur era, native there must lie taken Into Stained by growing cover crops is which no cover crop hail been seeded. ronM,l,N,tIo and ay.rtn of gra.li.g lth , n ylrM, which Wheat Bran, Mis.d Feed. ii'H that N suitable to It. ., .. ,, j.... .... i Jk Farnau. Hudson Animals Fond f Fish. Tin- - etperllnrntii also showetl the OI CllllH ;riiv,ii Mr. and Mrs. J. Hocan Ballard,' Mrllltic dlffereiuv In water content the same soil, according to experiTho aMTtloii h) White of S'lhornt ' that all iunlruiU which feeil on Mrs. W. J. Hogan. Mr. Elun Bnllnrd In herbage a the BMin adtnlice. In mental result cited by crop perln-listfrom the College of Agriculture Bli are aniphlhtoii Is erronriKi. No and Miss Mayme Lee Ballard were the trafnee of the Inlet ulirnt ura called to Lexington Friday by the hnti't)f once In a reason, Jut before ill showing the Importance of tin one woulil regard the itog a nn niilmal, while a for the cat. il innMirlty. the uater content ater- - (cron. In one experiment where corn death of Mr W. T. Woolfolk. I well I now ii In ho the one cjuadru-pei- l ate, 41 .., (int. I'lant grninl twice. uri the omr land for six It alote all other that hale even late In the ..h.oii. ronlnliie,t an nter- f , .uccclon nm crm,on clov- - wetting It fee! Vet few, If SSy, MARKSBURY plow under n.'m. r'"- i wa seeded each fall to 1 quadruHil nre fniuler of rlh, tliougti , ,,,, corn M one that urtunll) eiitiase In nshliiff Horn to Mr and Mrs. Clay Sutton contains nterate of 7!. H-uticl more an acre man on sum-th- e I no doubt a rurlty among the fcllim .nt of '.tater. Fjirly In the spring , a g:r may runtnlii lar soil where no cover crop was tribe. i:ichstu. joiing At the parsonage on August 1Mb., much as N" leaface wr eent of water Thl . hours 7 to 10 refrtshment "ill be i Robrt, of (ITtrr() Iy lh l?nltd Klalrs iHtart- mtnt tit Agriculture ) fl llunge ileplellmi h ilue III a large measure In premature gruxlng and to I lark of uniform ulllliiitUu of tlie forage crop, Investigation now telng car. ' at rlel Great Itasln ejperlinent station by erasing perlnllt in the forest senlcenf the Unlieil Slate lv. I portmeiit of Agrlrulture olam-- . 'Iitrse ' esperlmeiil. wtdch have l.reu oer a four-jen- r perlwl. Iint ben for the urpue of u'certalnlng Just how certain ranee lumrh graiM- are nfftrlnl ly ilirferrfit ) stems nf PRODUCE Waste, at all tlaus Chickens. Eggs. Hams, Etc. appreciate yoar ssilseii. Harroislnrii Ice Proance two-tent- gra, Winter Crop Crop M-a- . ' s , t tT" 'rT'l :V"r r Shop Phone 69. Lexington St Lancaster, Ky. p served. Tankage and B.tlty ideal for crowing Club Members Interest- ed In Contest At State Fair. The junior livestock judging con-teto be held in connection with the Kentucky State Fair, September 14, is to be an eventful affair if Interett being shown by junior agricultural club member in all parU of the State are taken a an indication. One boy who is a candidate for the Oldham County team recently walked seven miles In order to participate in one of the practice sessions held for the candidates. st Ksjop Your Blood Puro In Summor 1,000 Army Officers Wanted Washington, The War Department has 1,000 commissions for Second Lieutenants and only 126 applicants. The examinations for appointment are fixed for August 22 and applica- - S.S.S Farnau. Hev. Thompson it preaching a Uons must be in by August 13th. The department instructed corps series of sermons every evening, lastarea commander recently to do all ing about ten day. , Kverybody inthey can to increase the number of vited. applications. Mis Delia Hughe, who has been visiting Miss Susan Sutton is the . .; the guest thi. wtek of Miss Alice T Sutton. We are indebtej to Miss Susan K. Sutton for the invitations to the Maay rotor epidemics aro "Birthday Offering" which given, caused by impurities in the in rhyme as follows: ' waUr supply and art eaded only Dear comrades of the past and J whsa the water Is purifitd. Likewise, assay blood ditordn utik a. m- present year mm, .iter, pttapUt, bUt, alackaMd. May we tell you of our trial, labor, i Part of a Big Htrd of Hartford St.trs aa Rtouatatisai ar. cum by laqmii-l- a en a Ranch. npoty mud caa ba taa , and fears? t.p.ra oalr U4 IIwm ar drlvaa ml. bn Kartell ihi IIm4 and htm it ur by I si indium the cause uf many lite taaiaa 9. 3. S. Ya could hava as bt- stock I(io In the early prlng. The We began the year with freewill l.r Iwalta laaaraac. u For Special Boot tot or tor j'nrfe kTicn (id I spare and contain they were small. ridutl odrico, without chugr, The president sternly acclaimed they' small an amount of food uhtance writo Chtml Modtcal Ad tot, that It l mcenry for an anluinl to S S.S.Co ,Dop't49,AtUntm.Gs, were not sufficient at all. Oot S. S. S. at your dtuggitl. trael gr-a- t distance to guther dally ak fd Meal, hots-Hudso- th n .0 MONEY TO LOAN Osgood city property. Pay back on weekly ormonthly installments. The Lancaster Building & Loan ASSOCIATION. iKtrptrtiH. J. E. ROB1NSOK, Premident Wm. S. HOPPER, See't. Tfs. I Tt Analyze Your Community y ' rh StmnJmrJ Blood Pvrifitr We few deal in poultry, even at ten cents p;r pound. Some folks say you just keep'em down. butter can't-- Vow as we are just a struggling band, We will appreciate a good wish.t just a a. line, Or a clasp of the hand. (lit idl the information you can from farmers who are dealing at near-btowns concerning their reason for ihi doing. nt'proxlmiitel)- k'i ixiiindm of sucriilcnt Some may ay they sell their proleafase, which I an cUlalciit to lit duce, cattle and hogs for more some Tor Thrmo) OaaaratUna pounds of dry hay. Itsva HaatoCaiU-MrtS- ) may say your road are bad some Laatar my uslnji When the difference lit jleld and re may say they can buy cheaper value of the forage. In fa tor some may say your telephone l( la fr (tn ntly grated an-iiaof the rate arc too high to phone order taken Into iKtouut, It I clear that in to your town but whatever their cropping Is an extruvavaut and reasons are, dig into them and right wasteful erudite lurtheniiore, nlHiut S"i per mit of a buncligm them as near as possible and you will cuter .aoiistM oliliaMli.in, utT hnrvrMu) four lime In u enoii I aittrius suuuioa c... Dsn. sD. aru.u. nn. have a real progressive town. klll.d out at the end of the third - ;i Ik le-whe- . fre-juei- it WKSEKD Brains and Imploments J So on August lhth., U'21, We cordially Invite you to meet with us, For wu are sure planning some fun. I ng nr. thu erosion. decrtis siiliJcMitig the soil to tuniof depletion throuiili Are required to successfully msnsrie the modera farm. Between you and us we oujfht to make that farm of yours yield to the limit. The money is there waiting to be dug out. We have implements for ery purpose, and they get sults wherever used. evre- f I PUREBRED CATTLE PAY BEST i Farmer Has The Brain We Have The Im I 9 m Spending a little this way cnubles you to make a lot in other ways. Why not drop in and sec us, and nt the same time see those new implements we have? Seeing generally results jn buying. OUR TERMS plements! ARE CASH. & Becker VILLI. Ballard MT ANTS KIMTUCKT. Carolina Brssd.r Jut a "penny" for each year, sfcrth.Plan to Use Best Finds It Wise Animals But if any this request should fill fcr Production. with fear, Then wo would suggest a penny "Ahluials that will grow when well For each day in the year. fed are the one thut help the bank account. 1 hate n small dairy, aud I find It pas to get the beat animals for LOYD. hreetllrig or production. I am very iHpart-tnen- t Mrs. L. L. Matthew was n gtust glad to c tho Tolled State ft Airlciilturo help the farmers Bill Simpson Thursday. of Mr. and stockmen to weed out the runt, Mr. and Mrs. W, M. Bay visited and get lielter sires nml have profit-ubl- e Mr. and Mrs. S. N. Sanders Sunday. lite stock." -- U'lter to the of Agriculture from a North Mr. and Mrs. ltyoton Bay of near Owner. tancattcr, visited Mr. and Mrs. John Carolina Bay Sunday. GRAZING IS CHEAPEST FEED Mr. and Mrs. Ollie Black and baby visited Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Hay Ttteee Who Have Permanent Pastures Sunday. Should Conserve Thsm to Best Advantage. J. 13. Bay sold to the Schooler Bros, of Madison county three hogs 5 11 Graslng Is the eheniest feed for live cents per pound. stock. Thoe who have prmanenl Mrs. Bill Simpson and Mrs. Patsy pastures should con-crtheiii by s Simpson were tailors of Mr. and grating only a limited number of and conserving the grass to the Mrs. L. - Matthew recently. host possible advantage. Tankage and Barl.y M.al, iIm Ideal for grawiag hogs. EST FEED FOR YOUNG PIGS Hudaaa A Farnau. Wesley Simpson bought a calf Little Porkers Mould Begin to Bat from J. I). Kay for 110.00, one rain and Qreen Feed When Three Weeks of Ate- from Bailey Kay for f 16.00, one from I - Matthew for $18.00. age of threw weeks the yuuni At The report is that so ate kind of a plge tho should begin to eat grain and leg-s- d "varmlt" supposed to be a two green feed. A creep may be pro tided one, carried oS about eighty chick-fa- s for tisrsa In which to placed a trou1i one Mlflkt last week. with a Utile lot or ensiled Lite-Stock aid-nutI- We ask for n Birthday Offering, THE UNIVERSAL CAS) Trie aimplictty of the Ford car, its stability in construction, the famous neat treated Vanadium steel with its marvelous strength and flexibility the low cost of operation and maintenance, its ease in operation, all have made the Ford car the great favorite in every land in the world. It's the one car that always satisfies and serves. A utility beyond question that all can afford. W'c will be pleased to have your order. Don't delay because the demand is heavy all the time. W'c have almost everything in motor car accessories, sell the genuine Ford Parts, and assure the best in mechanical repair work. HuaMti Iros Caragt. not tnterated In any car txeept Kord fd I- 5sH Tha Central Racord. Lancaatar, Ky. Thursday, Aug A Vase From Aunt I 1 , 1 92 1 Mary BBBHwRrv- jSMBVSBSBssssssssjasBSBBSM By WILLIAM FALL Unuu l to. Ull, Whiiih "A .Nt(yii( BBaaaaak Come on along ! WW to pull out your ma kin' t papers and some Prince Albert and roll up a ciga- Fill up your makin's papers with P. A. easily because it's crimp cut and it stays put. It's the best bet you ever laid that you'll like Prince Albert better than any cigarette you ever rolled! And listen! If you have a jimmy pipe hankering by all means know what Prince Albert can do for you! It's a revelation in a pipe as well as in a cigarette! P. A. can't bite or parch. Both arc cut out by our exclusive patented process. Greatest sport yen know rette! Tkat's because P. A. is so delightfully good and refreshing in a cigarette just like it is in a jimmy pipe! You never seem to get your fill P. A.'s so mU I" freer W See. Mr t4 San,, pum4 Ml tim.! hm fmnmi crretel $U$t hmmliur with joy'usly friendly and appetizing. Prince Albert will be a revelation to your taste! No other tobacco at any price is in its class! And, it rolls up Fringe Albert thm WAI.LACETON kr T.m ceca. J. ReneM lll national joy amefa I Shermnn K.dd gave a Hume! preaching hen Friday. Those present Hev D. !' Sehastain ami wife, of (Delayed.) were Mr and .Mr. Felix hstndge. llurgin, visited Mr. and Mrs. Walter and lialiy, of! (I row last week and attended the Mis Fnnnlp Kiilil i visiting Mis 'Mr, I harlir Dunn Illerra, .Mr. Ada .Moure, .Miss Hor- - meeting hero on Thursday night. Forence F.strldge. hstridge, .Mr. Illge hstridge, of I Mr. Forest Curtis. Mis Martha Willie Itogrra preached Sunday af.fence ai I . e a i .11 tin- - llaptist church. Curtis, Mr. I'aul Sutton and La Hue trrnoou at nnu ,ur. riuyu rsiritij; "' iinw i Curtl. of Ilryantuville, Mr. Carl Mln Tabvthla Johnson intent the CurtU. of (.anratter, were here Sat dy with Mis Ithuila Wider Sunday. ( BUCKEYE urday evening for church. Young fulfilled hi appoint-ineItcv 1'astor J. F. Price, of Louisville, ut the Methodist church Sun.Mr. and Mr. Charlie Orow were ha just closed n very successful day. In Lexington Friday. meeting at thi place, targe crowd All who attended the Junior .Mrurt. Dan Hay and Ollle Hogie came to hear him as he preached with Club picnic reported a nice attended the llirrft fair Thursday. unusual power and acceptance. The time. Mr. Will llur.lin of Edinbunr. lnd.. result were eleven additions, one by Mrt. CurtU Kuoacll ii vlalting her ha been viaitlng Mr. Lucy Kat and' letter, one by restoration and nine parent, Mr. and Mr. 1'aul Ballard, family. for baptism. Sr.. of this place. Mr. and .Mr. J. C. Cotton, of Hlch- Hev. Price was entertained during Several of the young people of this mond, are here for a few week vUit the mreting at the home of Messrs place attended church at ML Tabor with relative. Itolit. llroaddu. Geo. Hay, Thomp night. Kunday Mr. Ottice Hay Uogie and daugh- Davia, Hobt. Carter. W. H. Hay, J Mr. and Mra. John Hcniley and ter, of Jemamine county, are visiting M. Anion. Hiram Ray, II. M. Kurtz, with Mr. family spent the week-enT. O. Hill T. C. Jenkins. H. W. San Mr. and Mr. Oicar Kay. and Mr. Arthur Kdcn. prevents sHseaie. Ute iter. A. C. Miles, Hurbert Carter, D. Llata ofltn N. Long, Jes Hill, Dan Ray, Harrison The Junior Agricuture Club of tftls it areuad all out WsiUiags. will give n mock negro play place Ray, Walter Grow, Curtia Price, Her HueUeei Si Faraavj. Saturday night, Aug. 1 3th. bert D. Bobbitt. Dewey Mr. Lucy Kat and daughter, Min- Price Whlttaker. J. and Lewi Noel. Mr. and Mr. Curt! RumcII, of nie and lluble Kat visited Mr. and Danville, ipent the day with Mr. and Mr. Luther May in Lexington reMr. Pal Ilallard. Jr., Sunday. cently. Clara Mr. and Mr. Walter Dradihaw and Misses Dora Gentry and llowlin, of Taint Lick, ipent the day family, of Danville visited Mr. T. O. Hill and attended church here Sun.Sunday with Mit Emma Wallace. place day night. people of thl The young STORMES DRUG STORE Kev. nnd Mr. Manley, Mm. Wit-o- n gave Minn Stella llowlln a surprise and son, Mr. Nath llogie and party Friilay night. All reported a Miu I'crry, of Lancaster, attended nice time. .Mr foming Thurday a . nt Agri-cutur- al d mil iiviia BRODH&flD FAIR AUGUST 17th, 18th, 19th Everybody Is icttlsg ready for tke DIG FAIRtke Fair where everybody has a good time.' Don't miss tkls year close up shop, store aid office aid take a few days rest aid recreatloa and attend this boaiecoailii. You will aever regret It la fact yoa will reel better by having atteided. Twenty acres of good level gronds having beea enlarged this year. Good?.?? Get4 Exhibits la all DeHrtMtats. la fact Good Iverytaiig. Coodir. Goodie from Aunt Maryf a.ill jniiiig Mrt Htranx ns the oddly wrtp-jh- i pirrel wnt li.ni'lcl tij 1st by tli "I Jut kti'iw tliut it' 'im. ' lliliH "It mint lie nM, bviti Aunt St.irjr wuk od.l" Sde J a iiwr little oU l'liiitT, with knulHst ticurt and the cnmklest mtniHTs Unit ever vent Into u loinliltiatlon. Sli lull always kept (lie wiinne.t in tier heart for Ceore .Strjiu, Iter lundsotim artN nephew And now Hint li ts.s t inrrll pretty I.ury Hi'iitMli'k and win In comfortable. If not .iilltii-n- t cir'iiiMtdti'r, U i had M'lit Iii m . wiililfii clft "A tli n ii VK'liiliiml ie r ' Str.in III dMicixt as In.' eyed ttsv 1"T I I i..t.f,. ,f,.j h ' i.i i..... iI. 1,, (Hill iipiriha ..i.i..... , Hie tii'Mt rtiiiNlve It i, looking vit tint lie luil eer neli. rotund and liUlil) decorutel It with m ti t ) pink px.m, uinl upon It was printed In iu.ill, liluck letters: MYou miy break, jon sn.iy h:itter tli- uv ( )oU will. "Hut the rent of the rouM will clliu In It still." not "maiik"' i.il. I Cejrgi. It "hlatik," thin lie .il., but It ii'in l.il Lucy promptly like Hint. Iiiiiuo clOM'.l ih lll'llltll Ullll ll'T llllll'l "She miiilit li.ive sent tin viiiihiiIii that we could ki'li on our militel," nald fieorse S'mns rilefullly. lo.ikln a shudder. upon the ulJ""'t on li'v, tieorc "Hut It tiiil't ! n.il'l Mary. Hut lieiirtfi refuHil i"liit lil.inW to have tin 'liliu In their living rnin ".She ktios UN horrible, l.uey." he mill, "and l( he wiinu to unrrel lth uie let ler have her way." Width nni prii'lsely wlut she did have. For a few ilay later Aunt Miiry did rome up to from llrlilk--- and '1 dnip In uuexpeit-eilly- , uii'l the mantel Mm lmr' for two nutliue I'oinpelliiu nn"i. "Well, my deiir." ali the old lidy. Okltie In the ltualliui InMatitlr. "I must ay Ihut I inliiilre tlnn I upon your mantel Krentlr. fear my own jtoor 'ffort to please you and (ieiire mut have lieeii nliiEiilarl) I And, lliclilelitally. linsueeefill. shall li"lo in) mmiey where It will likely to promote uriter service." he itatketl And with tli'""' word leavlim Lucy In out of the ijjinrtim-nt- . team. .She told r.i'.ircx of the happening; when he returned (nun III atudlo. "(live me that Infernal vaae," lie shouted. Hut Lucy hid the vane from liliu. how far he "She wmitel to e could bo," said (Jeorjd Htrarut (loom-lly- . "It was a teat. She couldn't raal-lhave liked that vne. Well, Itt ber da her worst." worst ped. And Aunt Mary did lly, for alie took It Into her crabbad old nilu J to hate a auddvn aeltura a week later and die. But aba had bad tlrno to carry her thraat Into affact. "To tuy nephew Oeorf," tb wilt read. "I bequeath the china vaaa which It now la hi wife' poat aloe." Yet, after all. It aeeaaad that Aunt little to Mary had had tlmrularty to tbt leave. For what she did ! docen nwphewa and nltcea aniousttd and to etactly ninety. wren dollar eljhttau cent apiece. "Georga." aald Lucy In ttara, whao they (ot home from the funaral. "If Aunt Mary baa any knowledge of what la happening now, don't you think It her If we kept the vase would plea en our raanM after all!" "I tell you what well do." aald Oeorge. "We'll put It on the mantel a each annlveraary of her death piui'e offering." l.ucy brought It out of It place of concealment and deposited It belde the rompellan Jar. Oeorge looked at tt then, suddenly overcome by he dashed It to the floor. The broke Into a thoutaud pieces. hi wife "Georcel" exclaimed wretchedly. "How could you have the neart to do that? Dear Aunt Mary! Why there'a pajier lnldel" -lltlls I" shouted Oeorge Strung, a he unfolded It. And ho shook out, one after another, nine bill of the value of a thousand dollar apiece. "Look! There' a letter!" said l.ucy Strung, picking up a piece of paper covored with Aunt Mary' queer, crati. bed hieroglyphic. nephew," "My dear, (ieork'e read aloud. "Korglve. a cranky hi woman who love-- you with all her heart. I know how you will hate this If you n hypocrite enough to vane. keep It, or uuklud eunuch to give It away, yuit will never read this note. Hut If you a rw honest enough to follow your InipuUo and shatter it you will he glad ami forgive your lorlni old aunt." "Dear old Aunt Mary!" said fleorge .Strang, "l.ucy. dear, I'm going to hare the old thing glued together and keep It In memory ot her" "Not not " liegan l.ucy. "Yes, dear, ti i its the living room mantel." pfieiu aaaaaam r'vWlilWH w 'ft lii-or- iti ayjw. l '"gar I !:' sV: BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBT $f L KEEPWE1X! Take oar pure linli-i-l- I Purity i our motto. We insist on all our Drug Drug Store things being the highest quality. and We use utmost care in filling prescriptions, and every drug your doctor orders is put in your medicine just as he orders it. That is why we rnjoy the confidence of our community. We use NO substitutes. We have a complete line of perfumes, toilet waters and drug store things. Come to US for it. r," McRoberts Drug Store Automobile Crazy The heail of the poia-- department of one of our areat cities remarked the other day that "younj: jrtrl today are automobile crazy." Why hereon-line- d his crlttcim to "younn irirN" There it would be hard to say. eem. to be no particular reason for cin'liiii: out one class in this connection. There are multitudes who are "dance-crazy.- " of and still other whom it may be said that they are " There are those who make one auccpini; indictment which embraces us alt when they declare, Bright eyes, a clear skin and a body not without some emblance of rea- full of youth and health may be son, that we are a a people "amusementyours if you will keep your system -crazy." In order by regularly taking It must be admitted that a man lias a riuht to relaxation and enjoyment. COLD and cannot live a wholesome life and be genuinely sane without recreation and umusement. Man alone anions the creature can both weep and lauch. He ha enough to make him The world' aundard remedy for kidney, weep, surely. Why sliuulil he not liver, bladder and uric acid trouble, the enemies of Iii and look. In ue Since crave laughter? 1696. All druggist, three six. Simple pleasures, taken in moder t sJbe Mae Cell Mewl ee every eea ation, are in fact, as healthful as eae aceee M liWillsa on greens in the sprint;, or a ride horseback, or a walk thru the autum the "great white way?" Arc wo apt to count that evening lost which does not call us to the dance, the club the theatre, the picture show, the hotel lobby or the highroad noisy with the traffic of the honking car? Here each man must be his own Lexington Leader. censor. tou Hny-ard- 'i 1 ae nnia-itit-ijt- n Women "tllm-crazy.- Made Young MEDAL lj y lir woods. We all need a hobby, a spillway of aome kind, a means by which we may relax the mind and lower the nervous ve tension. But amusement may become dissipation, and it is being terribly abused by an increasng number. It is carried to an extreme when it aaps the vigor of body or mind; when it make u restless and feverish; when it takes away the llavur of hard work and becomes a dominant motive and a ruling passion. There are two questions which the wise man will ask himself when he face frankly the problem of amusement. First, Is any form of pleasure which may lure him recreative rather than debilitating? and, second, Is it pure and wholesome, or will it tend to blur the sense of moral value and vitiate the taste? Perhaps another, and an easier test, might be applied. It might be asked if our amusement are .uch a to lead us constantly away from home, and a character to rob the quiet nnd natural pleasures of home-lif- e of their charm? Do evenings at home seem dull? Do books no longer solace and entertain us? Doe the evening lamp seem dim in comparison with the glittering light ofj Several Points Decide Quantity Of Limestone Farmers who are planning to use limestone this fall can best decide the question of how much to apply by considering the cost of the stone, distance from the railroad, the type of soil on their farm and the crop to be grown on the field, according to suggestions made by soil specialist at the College of Agriculture. A a general recommendation two ton an acre is the proper amount to use. d As little a 500 pounds of limestone may be helpful in getting a stand of clover and as much as four tons an ncre may be necessary in order to grow alfalfa successfully. When stone is cheap it should be used heavily not only because it will ilo more good but also because it will pay to have the soil well limed while the price is reasonable. Only a light application i.i practical when the hauling distance i as great as ten or fifteen miles. It will be more profitable to put 1,000 pounds an acre on 'JO acres of wheat in order to secure a stand of clover than to put the ten ton on only two acre. finely-groun- s LalifeWw JtHtfftaaW aSBBBBBB'llBBBJBa , nam . Capital $50,000.00 Surplus S0,00a00 ' Hatter Rail atank. 4 per cent paid an tima da posits. Call and a us. i 3 J. J. Walker, President. W. F. Champ, W. O. Klgney, Asa't. to the President. L. Davidson, Cashier. J. L. Ciil, Assistant Cashier. W. F. Miller, Assistant Cashier. Mrt. Naomi Hamilton, Telter. t. (, Krauae Greater Shows of PhU4cUUa, Pa. with their ewu Train of Fifteen cars will have charge of the Midway, aad they come highly recoaitBCBded. aothiugbut strictly clean aad Moral shows, 10 be oh haal each day. Your fricaoa will be there. flag) aW tag W aP Im OTeTVBJfji aBjfjmaajaaWa rFfJW. SJiaamJlA Probably He Wat night Little Willie hoard hi futtur telling hi mother that during the late wind tonn a woman had been hurled from the pavement un Michigan boulevard through a plate glaa window and that Willie she wa cut up considerably. looked woaderttigly at hladad aad then ald; "Oee. dad. fit bet last laey goeaa'l like euttlag up now." Cat-c- CITIZENS NATIONAL LANCASTER, KY. BANK. Aaserlaa ft a Career Public Square aad Daaville Street Th Central Record, Ui neat tar, Ky., Thursday Aug mi II, 02 1 1 I I Madiine Work Gash Everybody It thinking of patting BmIrcii on a caih bails. Do you realize how Mack 1 I depends on getting your Machinery repaired promptly? When you have a break. down you 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, besides waiting some time for the return. Why not show your appreciation of home industry by paying cash. tho American people in thin laudable undertaking of his. The peace of the world in general and of thin country in particular is of far more importance than the evening up of political scores and private grudges. A free and frank discussion of these subjects is legitimate and is to be desired. It is in accord with the traditionnl policy of the American people. Hut deliberate heckling of the president just at that time will be unfortunate, if not disastrous. It is difficult for any president to make good on an international project of this magnitude when he is being pulled back by his own people. Don't heckle the president. JUDSON Monday. Mr. Luther Smith sold n cow to Mr. Otlls Naylor, price $&. Mr. and Mr. John Yntr r were visl. tpr in (!uy vicinity Sunday. Mr. Henry (Srlmr wa the gcust Monday of Mis Osie flrimcs. Mr. Maggie Tracey spent Sunday with Mr. nnd Mrs. Robert Trncey. Mr. W. M. Grime pent Monday' with her sister, Mn. Wm. Scott. Bale ties far tale. Hudson AFarnau. Mr. ami Mr. Hugh Simpinn Mere' guest Sunday of Mr. and Mm. Kobt. Simpson. Mr. nnd Mrs. - U Matthew were guest Sunday of Mr. nnd Mr. Wm. Simpson. Mr and Mrs. Jessie Caey were the geust Sunday of Mr. and Mr. I- at SUnford Several frnas here nttrndrd court PEOPLE WHO EAT RtctfHiii the Quality ! Owl Eati BEST PREMIUM HAN. DELICIOUS BEST GRADE OF BACON. OF COFFEE. BLENDS NOURISHING BREAKFAST FOODS J. S. Sparks. With Man's Approval. Andrew Ktrs and Clay Simpson spent the day Friday withi Mesdame It. Pineapple, Peaches, Apricots, Cereals of all kinds, Tuna Mazola and Wesson Fish for Salads, Mayonaisse Dressing, Thousand Oil, Ice Coffee, Ice Tea, Isle Dressing, CuTomatoes, Fresh Vegetables, Fruit Salad, cumbers, Etc. CONN BROS. ulTC MIU Ml LllTC I UIMi Mi in wearinir of kmekcrlwirkei-daily life by the women of his .b',n eity. and there is not a gasp.j1'"1' 111 All honor to the mayor of Misses Jenevn apd Katherine Hoston, the birthplace of culwere tht- afternoon gurt ture and the home of beans. His honor has approved the urday of Mrs. Jns. Foster, Willie Mae Grimes, nt yr- Mr. M. Lane. j Itay-burn. Sati Currey & Gulley. MeSny fln'1 51 who has par- - with her M- - Uiwia ill tli?a Mr and Mrs. Tom I'ullard went to) WOLF TRAIL week to mt Mm. Pollard' nml d (.v ' Mr". Abe Ilurton made h reient fominiiin nwwlnafv snimi-in-.r v. sister. .Mm. Alrx fr,,-r.... ... ". k. a suitable man for an office of to visit in Madon. that of the present mode of who is quite sick. public trust. Mr. Elmer Itny is not much tetter v- - nn,i dress. Year. ii Vm-i$1.80 Issued Weekly. r. It is equally seldom that a at thl writting. And possibly he is right. ,aini.(, about thlrty eUP. at tMr Payable ia Advance. politician's past is resurrected omen are always hamper- - hm snn.inv in knnnr i t Mr ?r t Bale ties for sale. ' E. ROBINSON. Editor. ., J. to plague him unless a rival ed in their movements by trail-birthday. Hudson A Karnau. An rnjovable day R. L .ELKIN, Local Editor and Mgr. politician goe jrunninj: for ing or clinging skirts, and es- - wa, .nt j... M .ni! th(. L.u., Mr. and Mu. Homer Kay visited pecially is this so by those who - m, v.vin, i. Catered at the Pot Office in Lan him, as it is charged was done earn their daily bread. Skirts .....Mmrelative near ML Hebron last week. in Illinois. Mail caster, Ky., at Second-Clas- s Mlso (Ira'ir ami Mary Teatrr re are hot in summer and unsani-- , Matter. It is often the case that rival tary at all times. They are a turned to their home in Jeaminr greater freedom of movement.' inTinvi t inn ' Tmr l r .iy r..ght with hi grand parents M', and Mr John Ray. I!ev and Mrs ltuko and two little sons, pent Sunday night with Mr. PawHI Pailey and family. Mr. ami Mr. Edd Warren and children were dinner guests of Mr. and Mr. Andrew Stott Friday, Mr. and Mrs. Wilbrrt Dalley and visitors of Mr. Min. were week-enadn Mrs. W T. Sebastian near Nina. Mr. and Mr. Mi rum Und were In Sunday. Ilerea last week to see Mrs. Otti Mr. John Kay was a dinner gues-- t Malrar who was token there for an Tuesday of Mr. and Mrs. Elijah Me-- ! operation. M""anj Mr. and Mr. Lowry Speake and Mr. and Mr. Hugh Moberley and m. Warren were at the bed- daughter. vi.Jted relative here Sun.,We, f Klw(,r ty Friday afternoon day mcht. hn(l yT ftn, jr, Kverett Warner of Mrs, Ann Hay returned home Fn- - Jolly Ridge Saturday, day after several day stay with Mr M Mf .nJ M Acn Mose Itay and family. ad.Mrr Elbert Teater entertained Mr. And Mr. Hiram Land and sons j the following to dinner Sunady: Mr. were guest Sunda of Mr. Frank fpnon Teater and family. Mr. Dee Und and family Fothergill and family. Mr. John Master Ho! man J McMillian spent Dailry and family t - The Central Record if increased health, and a degree Harlan last .j .... r i ih.iat:. THE AMERICAN Feien Aivtti'mnm Rear, PHFAS ASSOCIATION Latcstier, ly., Aiptt 11, 1921 Rata For Political Annoaaeemeats. For Precinct and City Onicei..f5.00 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 the interest of individual or eiprttv-sio- n of individual viewa, per 10 line Obituaries, per line .0t .... Announcements Wc arc authorized to announce the following candidates, subject to action of tho Democratic Primary, August Cth., 1921: J. For State Senator E. ROBINSON CHARLES For Circuit Judge A. HARDIN Commonwealth's Attorney EMMET V. PURYEAH For ReprassDtativa KODEKT II. TOML1NSON, JR. J. For County Judtja C. WILLIAMS For County Attorney GREEN CLAY WALKER For Circuit Clark JAMES B. WOODS, JR. For Sheriff . DAVE SANDERS Dcrrutics, Ashby Arnold, II. D. Lee, For County Clerk Ja. candidates lor an oil ice are nuisance and an ever increas- -' ing source of expense. There, both tarred with the same "uncus spem brush, and neither cares to is no reason whv thev should end with Mis Fannie Mcrida. not be sidetracked in'favor of scratch beneath the surface for garments that are more sane, Mrs. Hen Smith, visited Mr. und fear of being forced to swal sensible and economical Mr- - J. V. Foley several days last low a dose of his own medicine. ery way. week. When knickerbockers make .Mr and Mrs. Milton Ward, were What we need in this coun try is more independence and their appearance they will be Sunday truest of Mr. and Mr.. Jnme criticised, the assertiveness on the part of the of stones isbut ifrirtil throwing i Yanti. t n trtnvi nsf Mr. and Mrs. HarM were vsitors plain voters. We will always w,o are themselves without for the day Sunday of Mr. ami Mrs. have political leaders, because. fault there will be but few of Tom Turner. we cannot well get along with- them thrown. Mr ami Mrs. Oscar l.twi. of Verout them, but they should be sailles, sjient the past week with Mr. taught to select men of charac- GREAT WORK OF U. S. and Mrs. Tom Doolin. ter and ability for public office r James Italian), of the Flatwood Thurs-- j or expect them to be defeated REMOUNT STATION Mcinity wa the d!nner-uday of Mr. Tom Ward. for the nomination or at the Mr. and Mr. Macoln AldridK', of. polls. They shonld be taught Accomplishing Much to fiuild Hryantsville, were Sunday guests of ' a f 1 to understand that we want unexcelled Line oi tavniry Mu, L,.e Anna 0fborn i men who will labor for the colHorses invaluable to Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Walker were Army. lective good of all of the peo(visitors at McQuerry Sunday with Mr ple, and not be swayed by the Itay 1'rathtr. inr norm ar was ine given eai- wishes of the bosses who place dron In Which birth was crtai to Lime often prr.mll disease. Use mnnv nrrnnlrntlnns Inrtlrlni- - ,a f ho .. them in office. ; V j" leadership of .merlca In every path in around all out But these are things difficult f economic nctivlty; and no such ac-Hudson Farn.u. tivlty bearing on the future of ono of of accomplishment until the our most Mrs. Dave Hervey and Mis Mary compares vital plain voter removes the politi- with that or tho esientlnls Remount Ilrown visited Mr. nnd Mrs. Frank American cal halter from his neck and Association, an organization romposed Rrown, of Iloylt Wednesday night of some of the country's leading men. stands forth a free and inde- It camo Into being as a result of the Mttsdames Win. Walker, Ollle dlro necessity of moro and letter Graham nnd Henry Tuttle were pendent man, voicing and vot blooded horsed for the I'nitol States Thursday guests of Mrs. James Yaing his own convictions and ac nti. of tl.e tlons, It cepting dictation from I10 lmnnrtnntIn promoting one tmiViiie most Metsr. Armsted llruner and frw tmilnrf .iVInp source, out maniuiiy accepting, ward our future wcurity. Durham, of Nicholasville, visitTho of the Remount Arocl.v the verdict of the majority tlon Is object improvement of general ed Mr. and Mrs. John Osboni Suntho when the votes have been purpose norm conditions) In ivery day. Mr. and Mrs. Kdd linker. .Misses Stato in tho Union; and became if counted. tho Importance ... tho work . entailed. Maud und Ileulah Ynter attended the of . . . O ! Public office is a public trust. "PtinB at Iluckeye Sunday Army, has been It should not be made an object States with headquarters Inplad in- jnoon. Washingof distrust MrhlAiCpm."U .!,ia !.?"' nJ Mn. W. T. Sutton were rnv "'" i in-o- v- 1nr ct - a Fordsoiv TRACTOR $625 r.aB.OetraM ... ,,,'",. Or-vill- e at T.. 1. I I 1 after-charg- Ivemorc "Erne for Yes D;i-',.W!."'.- - MISS FANNIE DOWDEN For Jailer DAVID ROSS ' Don't Heckle The President. It is now practical certainty For Matjslrata J. II. CLARK It. L. 11ARKER We arc authorized to announce the following candidate, subject to action of the Republican Primary August Cth., 1921: NOAH that a meeting will be held in Washington some time in No vember for the purpose of discussing international disarma ment and certain far eastern affairs. This meeting will be attended by official representatives of the governments of the United States, England, France, Italy, Helgium, China and others. There is a possibility that German delegates may be present. The conference may result in great and everlasting good to the world, or it may end in a farce. That is yet to be In the meantime there are many newspapers in this country that will be editorially discussing the various phases of these subjects especially the throwing of light upon the more or less obscure points. There are others that will have for their secret aim the embarrassment of the president just at a time when he skeuld receive the support of For Magistrate MARSEE. JR. Complaisant America. It is not to be expected that the recent indictment of the governor and lieutenant governor of Illinois for alleged illegal acts while acting as state treasurer should escape widespread discussion throughout the United States. Time and a jury will determine their guilt or innocence, but their indictment serves to bring forcibly to the public mind the fact that wc Americans are entirely too complaisant for our individual and collective good. It is seldom that we ever dig dews into a candidate's past to Jetriae whether er aet h is mental agency. The uemount Associa nt others tlon, with the similarly eneaced, has. during the ilghteen months of its existence, cucceeded In getting one hundred and sixty-fou- r of stallions elehty-flrwhich were donattd by patriotic organizations and individuals for distribution throughout the country, to bo utilized by farmers desirous of raising the standard of their horses. In laying out tho work, It was decided to profit by the experience of for. eign governments and locate thoroughbred sires In every grazing community of tho country. Tho wholo was divided Into zones, and a plan of breeding, to tho Interest of tho farmers of America, inaugurated. Recent n ports from the Association's headquarters In Washington show that thero has mnres for been an nverago of flfty-lleach atnllion, although thu bretdlng yet concluded. Also, at season is not a meeting of tho Association, It was shown that thero was a demanl for Fomo seven hundred horses last Spring, and that, for thu coming Spring, this demand will bo doubled or even trebled. Doth the race courses and tho thoroughbred nurserUs constantly are bolng drawn upon for horses of proven courage In tho add test of racing. It remains for them to prodnce tho onfy typo that measures up to the standard destined to supply tho United State cavalry remounts worthy of the nea ia the service. It nay be added that, owing to the broad plan ot fostering the Industry at horse breeding as practiced for generations by the British, French and ItsJIsn Governments, theso countries were In tho enviable position of ability to supply their armies with good Mounts, whereas. America, which bad ever iatreduced such a system wm oUlsed to dnrr upea the resource ia sJated aatleM w hers aer entertained Tuesday nt the home of Miss Fannie Sutton, of the Crab Orchard rond. Mr.. D. A. Hervey and children, of I'niut Lick, have been the recent visitors of her parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. George Drown. Little Mhus l.eotu (Irigg has returned home after u visit with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Smith, of Pleasant Hill. Nolle Turner, Misses Lucy nnd Mollif and Kthel Darnes spent a delightful day Sunday with Misses Anil n Mae and Lillian Kidd. Mrs. Amanda Carpenter, of arrived Wednesday for n visit to her uncle, Mr. T. I.. Yantis nnd Mrs. Ynntis und other relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Doolin had for their Sunday visitors Mr. and Mr Tom Mursee, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Tuttle, and Mrs. A. N. Merida, and daughter, Salllc. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Davidson nnd Mins, of Uncuster, Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Yimtls and little Miss Kuth Kinery, were Sunday visitors of Mrs. Carrio Davidson and Mr. and Mrs. W. T, Sutton. Flem-Ingibur- Myself Since I Got Fordson" The Fordson Tractor is taking much of the drudgery out of farm life ; it is solving the labor problem; it is reducing the cost oi preparing land by almost one half of what it was with hones; and it ia tavinfi ono third to one half of the farmer' time; and making farm life more attractive. The Fordson will run your threshing machine and at the most opportune time for you. It will operate the milking machines, uw your wood, fill your silo, pump the water, and take care of every kind oi belt work And don't forget it will plow tlx to eight acres in a ten hour day, handling two plows with ease. d Thus the Fordson is the ideal tractor. It will pay for its fall and winter keep in many ways. ThetVa big story to tell you about tho Ford-so- n ancf a arue one coma in and get the facta. Or, if you prefer, telephone or drop us a card atsd w wiM kriaf them to you. year-roun- a Antique Furniture. I buy and sell OLD FURNITURE and antiques) of every description. If you car to bay, er if yeu care to a J. & atawre, sell, writ or I aaMsttr. Ky. tf HASELDEN BROS.. GARAGE Th Central Record. LancatUi . Ky., Thursday, Aug II 1921 Mr. Jam in WE ARE CLOSING OUT ALL Mid-Summ- er Hats AT VERY LOW NtlCIS. Give M a call If yoi wul a bargain. FRANCIS..SiWITH Gossip About People A BcUf Mr II II Tomlinwin, Jr . of Lexington. 11 with hit father, Hon. It. II. Tomlinioi Hurry Tomlinson several week with her Mrs and Mra ; spending Mr. parent, feaiUa of W 0 Ovinia by Those and Co! Art Inttrtiltd In. Walh, In Ludlow. Miss Gladys .Southard, of Stanford, has been visiting her Mater, Mr. C. M. Thompajjn, on Maple avenue. Mr W C. Pavi ha returned from several week' vmt with friend and relatives In Ciiipb llsville. Ky. Mis Delia Hire Hughes a visiting t relative at Marksbury returned Mi Laura Dunn, of Lexington, Mr. Kctor Law son is at home for Curdle Hamilton, who ha his vacation, havinr recently gradu- Miss Helen Klizabeth Sprague. if Louisville and Mis Ruth Ross, of' Mrs. Green Clay Walker I spend. been visiting her mother. Mrs. Ike ated in law at the University of Paint Lick, are geust of Miss Helen five tnb.e were adorned with vntet' 'haperoned the party Sunday eveView, Hamilton. hn return! to Missouri Ing evernl week at lUy Margaret Elliott will give Gulley on 'Stanford ntreet. Satur- -' of flowers and after the enjoyable ning Mi Michigan. Mr. and Mi-- . 1H.1 Itoblnsrn and day evening a picture show party was game a three course buffet dinner n six oMock dinner at Crab Orchard Mis llessie Turnir I visiting Mrr siting the family of given in their honor. After the was ervel. Every detail wa charm- Spring. The party will be chapron-e- d Mr. and Mr. Cabell Denny left W. A. Turner at the home of Mrs. children are by Dr and Mm. W. M. Elliott. Wednesday for a trip tu Canada nnd James Simpson on the Poor Hldge Kev. F. M. Tinder in North Middle-tow- show, refreshment were served at ingly carried out and the hours wire pike. The manning members of the party much enjoyed. Stormes Drug Store. New York. Helen EHiabeth Sprague, nre Mi Mr. C. H. Whitaker motored thru Mrs. II C. Am old ha; returned Mr. "Dick" Dobbins, of Atlanta, of Louisville, Mis I aura Dunn, of Mr. and Mrs. R. K. McRobert Mis Mattie l.titr relumed homr re Monday after n few day vialt In frem a visit to her daughter. Mrs. from his home in Hlrmingham and ceived a telegram Monday from (a., has returned home after a visit Lexington. Mis Ruth Ross, of Paint Ilnrobl Oldhnm ami Mr. Oldham, in Is the guest of his ne'ee, Mls Valera Norfolk, Va., telling of the arrival of o hi mother Mrs. Dobbin, who i Lick, Mi's. Helen Gulley and Mis London, Ky. Whitaker. Richmond. He is the son of Mr. ill at the home of Dr. and Mrs. O. Margaret Elliott, of this city. The a grnnd.on. Mr. and Mr. Jasper Paltry spent L. May. We are g'ld to report Mrs. i party will spend the week-en- d with John Simpson and P. H. and Mrs. Ricliard Huckner Spindle Mcr. Mist lleuah Shannon Ileazley left lait Saturduy and Sunday In Danville Mrs. Wal- Ml and was born Monday morning at the Dobbins as doing well. Margaret Elliott at her home Thursday for her home in Detroit, Williams mid Misses Valera Whitaker with frienda. home of his grandparents. The new ter Davis and son, Newton, of Lan- on Maple avenue. Mich., after spndlng the summer in and Smith, were at High Hridge last arrival has been named Richard caster, are spending several days with Mra. John llaughman, of Danville, this city. Sunday. HiTckner, HI. One of the prettleit social affair The new i heard (Mr. R. L Hurton on Lexington hn been the guest of Mr. anil Mrs. Mrs. Jack Casey and baby, Hetsy with wide interest and many good 'street. Mr. Fisher Gaines is ex of the season wa the tea given by Min Marilee .Lear was hostess at Luther Clbbs. week wishes. thi pecting her sitters. Mra. Hemphill, of Mis Edna Herkele Wednesday aftereveninir. McKlwain. will retti'n n ilinner nnrtv Saturday Washington City and Mrs. John An noon for her guest'. Mrs. Herman Miss llesiie Marie vure lias re nunorin(. Mr. Leonard I'retton, Jr., from a stay at Crab Orchard Springs .. l . Friday afternoon Ml Kdna Her- - derson, of Lo'AsviHe to make her a' It it ...... - vlit In rotative in' anil. .ir. .. oner. and Paris. '! Wayland, Mr. Hradley kele will give a luncheon at her home visit Lincoln county. Mr. and Mrs. George Rob-- ' Dourne. Miss Florence Brown and .Mr. C. C. Willui..( ui.d children, on Lexington street in honor of her Mr. ami Mrs. Henrv A. Moore and of Lancaster, were guest yes- -' Mis Mary Ileall. All were beautiMary Chestnut has returned MU Jlrnl hft u,.fk wtth fripmll in of Louisville, have returned to their sorority mates of the Kappa Delta. inon. Miss Iterday of Dr. and Mrs. O. L. May and, fully gowned and received with their from a visit of several weeks to rela. Corliin anil heard Hilly Sunday home after a week's visit to Mr. and There will be eight members preint Mist Mary Dunn. Danville Me-- , host. The home on Lexington Mn. Jack Colling lives in Danville. for the occasion. The preach while there. colors senger. avenue was decorated with garden of green and white will be carried flower for the occasion, the porch Mrs. Alfred I'oynNr ami Mrs. Hill Mr. George Farris, of Washington, Mr. J. W. Simpson and daughter, What came as a complete surprise n bower with ferns Ijine were visitors of Mrs. J. II. I'o-c- Mrs. V. A. Turner spent a few days l. C, i visiting hi daughter. Mr. out in the decorations of the dining was the mar- transformed into room and nt the tnb'e. Several oth to their many frienJ and qualities of flower. Receiving, last Thursday. week with Mr. and Mrs, Jes Stephen Walker nml Mr. Walker, on er entertainments have been planned riage Thursday afternoon of Mis with the honor guest wcro Miss CarRichmond street. Lick. forjMis Hcrkele's guest during their Mattic Lee Cox and Mr. Hen Wilmot. Mr. ltandolph Harris, of l.exintn Simpson, of I'alnt Helle Roman nnd Mb Heulah The ceremony wa performed by Rev. rie visiting his parent).. Judge ana Mrs. Jesse Sanders and children, j stay, Mr Leonard I'rejtan. Jr.. of Haw The firs Stillwell, of Lexington. . :- : l. .i.-- i. r .... 1 W. Harris. Mrs. llsig drven and Mr Potlur. ef V.'.:. Adolph and Jobnett.i, have returned ' Mrs. Herman Russell Way land, of church, at the parsonage in Danville.: greeting to the guest was by Mr, week-enguests home after a delightful wit to rela- New Wilson. Mr. Hright Swinebroad and son, aiirvter. were the fkla. gave an elegant The bride is the pretty daughter of Theodore Currey. Assisting in entives in Kdinburg. Ind. recent af Miss Marilee Lear. noon luncheon Thursday at the home Mr. and Mr. Owsley Cox. of this tertaining were Mr. Gus Dunn and George, hnvo retumel from a Mount. The dining room stay in Louisville. Miss Smith and Mrs. KeJJa Arnold Mr. and Mrs. Adams, of the Louis- of her mother, Mr W. A. Price and city, and it possessed of all the love- Miss Joan garFrancis are in Cincinnati attending ville Orphan Home, are spending Mr. Price on Richmond street. The ly trnits of character that go to make wa beautiful in decorations of Mr. John Msgve, af LouisvHIo, bowl in the Mr. Wil- den flowers with a large fall Millinery opening and pur thair vacation here at Mrs. Mary table had for its center piece a large up splendid womanhood. with Mr. the will spend the week-encut glass bowl filled with garden mot it engaged In the fanning in- center of the table filled with dahlias, Logan, on Danville nvenuc. chasing gaod for their shop. George Swinebroad. Cut gLit (lowers and a delicious six course dustry. The popular young couple xinnias amivun tlowers. and Meaers. George Swimbroad of nut and mints 'were on .Mr. W. S. Klkn, Jr. and daughter, I menu was served. The guests of ai!1 reside with the bridegroom' difthe has reMiss ljverne Piekenon Itutlt UThant Kinnnird attended a dinner Kathleen, of Atlanta arrived Satur- .Miss Herkele has had several lovely parent on tRe Stanford road. A each corner of the table. Dispensing turned (rem a .visit to .Mt ;rty Tuasxlay evening given by Mr. day for a few weeks stay with Mis parties arranged in their honor and large circle of friend. will wih them hospitality here were Mrs. W. A. Walter, In Louisville. Charles Cecil, III , of Danville. Price and Mr. Loui Lnndram. DeSallie Klkin and Opt. T. A. Klkin. this one was a most delightful one. abundant hnppines. MUacai Alberta nod Wvrec Speako licious ice, cakes and bonbon were W. A. Turner ami three hand' Mr gueat f their Mis Mr. Kennith Dav:. of tauitvillc. Many delightful affairs have been served. Music wa enjoyed during Carrie Helle Romans gave a .weje the week-ensome little children of Indmnapolis ooaain, Miss Ida Speake. the afternoon .a number of the guc.t is the guest of Mia Anno Catherine very enjoyable 500 party Tuesday pent but week with Mr. and IL, Arnohl at the htHiie of her grand- norning at her home on Richmond Gulley on Stanford street. Among! posseaeing fine talent. It mm one of W. A. Farnau and saru Ken- Mn. M. H. Turner and family. Mrs. parent, Mr. and Mr. J. H. Ilurnsule. trect in honor of her guets, Miet them being a very enjoyable horse-- iie targost and delightful event ,n nedy? are guest of Mr. anil Mr. Heulah Stillwcll and Rus- back partv A Hie Tcesdav morning. A KCiety thi summer, and the hospiMr. and Mr. TbernUre Winter Hanks Hudson in Danville. Muftis Josephine Hurnside and Lu- sell Fish. The home was. beautiful ' A picnic wa given Tuesdny evening ' tality wa a chiirnrr.g one for the smith, of Louisville, Mr. and Mrs. W. Mis The ,"in their honor glleat- Hettie West) aeventy-fivMls Margaret Kautconrr, af Hllls-tor- u, IL Cak. of Danville, were visitan cille Sutton will leave the Ath. of Sep- ly decorated in garden tlowers. tember for lndtannea, Ind., where r, Ohio, 'a visitt-if Mrs. K. L. Owsley Sunday. they will take a course in the School Mrs. Wftll. Mason. Mwx.a Mary Kdllh ami Lucy Kelly far the Deof. Mr. llowiuan'tirant and Mlts Fran- Watkor art sfrndliig n paainnt week Mr. It. J. Patrick, of Cine nnati, ces Grant, of Lexington, hvo been wiik their grandiMirt nti, Mr. and and Ml lleulah S. Ibwaley. if Derecent visitors in Lancaster. W. 11. liny on Huckeyc Pike. Mr. troit, motored to Lington WednesMia Marie Clark spent the week Mr. and Mr. Herman Hoover, Mr. day and were the guests af Mr. an I with her cousin, Miss I.ula Sutton and ami Mrs. James II. Smith have re Mrs. L. II. Gordon. attended meeting nt Hubble. turiusl to their home In Troy, Ohio, Mr. Randolph Harris, of LexingMr. ami Mrs. Jasper Mobley arc after a delightful visit to relative ton, who has been visiting relatives', preud parents of a little son, who ar- here. in Louisville, will join her husband! rived last Monday. Aug. 1st. The many friend of Mr. K. Pre here this week for a visit to Judge Mrs. K. W. Morrow, Mrs. K. H. eott llrown are glad to know she is ami .Mrs. K. W. Harris. Markibury and Mrs. Jon Walker were improving from n long illnes of Mr. ami Mrs. S. C. Denn have typhebl fever and hope for a speedy visitors In Danville Monday. written frieruU fronY Montreal, Canarecovery-da, where they are having a delight Messrs. Kabert Kinnnird and Olw Mr. and Mr. John Dunn, of ful vacation. Hefore returning they I Carrier have leturned from a busiand Mr. Charlie Dunn, of wilt visit many of the cities of tbel ness trip to Detroit, Michigan. ' are expected for a visit to their Fast. 'Atat a ZLa-- :i Mis Mrs. W. Ashborn Price and mother. Mis lleulah Stillwell and Mr. and Mr. Henry A. Moore and Allle Uussell Hah. both of Lexington, Mr. Price. son and Mis Mae Petrey, of Corbin,1, are guest of Miss Carrie Hello Kev. Harry Hudson and wife Ml will leave this week to visit friend Komans. tlii week for a two week vacation in .New Albany and will speml several Master Calvin Poynter. bright lit- with relatives in Sharpsburg, day at French Licit Spring before They returning home and Springfield. tle son of Mr. and Mr Alfred L'oyn-tv- r, If it is not luificiently serious Tor you to spent the ait week in Stanford were accompanied by 'ittle Mia Lu Mr. and Mr. Kdd Clark. Mimc with Id grand parents, Mr. and Mrs. cille Thompson, who la been their Nellie and Stella Clark. Mrs. Uriah call in a pnyslcian, Just remember that we guest. H. C. 1'oynter. Dunn and sons, Harry and J. I., of Vjlhave practically every RELIABLE remedy on Hurgin, were visitor Tuesday at the home of Mr. and Mr. W. G. Clark the market. on the Lexington pike. M Vir-gni- a. n. : ; y Mr. George Stanley tingle, of How Mr. Arthur Currey u visiting her line (ireen, iient a few days with hi parent, Mr and Mrt. It. J. Lngle daughter, Mrr Plain r (In I in- - in Dan-villi-. Mr. Henry Simpon Lexington Monday Mary Hright Ilobinson are visiting relative In NichoUsvllJe. Miss Lou Delia Pcsrr ha accepted a position In Dr. W. M. KHIotf Mniler Harry' Htrjle of Kdinburg, Ind., will spend a few day with hi aunt, Mrs. Jesic Sander and chil Miss Pearl Oaks spent Sunday with dren. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Wood on Hasel-de- n Height. Mr. Robert Croutehtr, who t on the sick list is Improving and hit Mrs. Frank Martin leaves tonight many friends are honing to see him for Atlanta, after spending a month nut again soon. with relatives In this city. Mrs. J, R. Cannon New Wilnon. Mlse Marie and Kllen Coy, of Okln., and Mis RuthofMcCulIom, of Kirksvllle, are guesta of Mlves Danville, attended the tea g veil by Mayme and Lucille 'Stapp, Mis Kdnn Herkele Wednesday after-- 1 Misses Dorothy Dunlap and Helen noon. Stnpp nre visiting Miss Frances Long Mrs. HerniHii Rusielt Walaml, f in N'icholasvllle this week. New Wilson, Okla., Mr. Hrad'e;. Miss Mae Powell, who has been at- Ilourne, of Versalllts, Mis Florence tending Klchmond Normal, will re- llrcmn. of Pnducah nnd Mis Mnrv Ileall, of Mt. Sterling, are members turn to Lancaster thia week. of n house pnrty bong entertained Min. Hubert Cobb and baby are by Mils Kdna llerkIc this wtek. guest this week of Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. J. P Hourne enterHryant Wilmot on the Huckeye road. tained Thursday at their home on the Mrs. Smith and little daughter, of Stanford road, with a noor iuncheon Dentin, Ky., are gueats of her grand- in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Robert parent. Mr. and Mr. C D. Powell. Swalley, of St. Petersburg. Fla , Mr C. R. Doolln, Miss Kvelyn Dooi.n dnri Mil Marilee Lear, of Richmond Mis Nell Ilourne, of Lexington. Mr Normal, spent the w with her and Mrs. Hradley Hourne. of ir-- ' parents, Mr. and Mis. Victor Lear. sallies. e. d visiting Canton, of Stanford, relatives. Mr. Margie llohlnson and Mi. We Have Just Received a CAR OF American Wire Fence BIG REOUCTION IN PRICE fioodloe & Walker Bros Authorized Agents. lt d . ' d j j I . j d I -- 1 -- e hr grand-Mothe- What Is Your Health Worth? Flem-ingsbu- res it m A dollar spent in the remedv at the orooer ; time may save you years of suffering and adversity. intends to do buslneis by Stlling Good Goods At a RtasonaMt Margin LOOK t aMpU who kmw. T1A PUL POUND 30 Mia Martha Wanl Sweenev enter- tained a few friend Tuesday eve- ning at her home on Danville road. It was an evening of great nleasure ami deliclou refreshment of cream, cakes and mint were sened. All prescriptions carefully filled. Mr. and lira. T. T. Pollard rave STORMES Established 1853 DRUG STORE CINTf. n delightful dining Thursday. Those present wer Mra. Uriah Dunn and two sens, of Hurgin, Mr. and Mr. VUU Clark, Mr. aaid Mra. Will Clark and tan. Earl Ward, MUtea Nellie, i FIRST THOUGHT IN DRUGS. Phone 39, Lancaster, Ky i Stall twi Mary Janes Clark. Th Ctntral Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Aug KEROSENE WILL HOLD II 1921. HATFIELD DENTIST Office over The Phoaea Office 8. LANCASTER. INSECTS IN CONTROL Gtmnl Saah. Rasldaato 376. KENTUCKY. Specialists of Department of Agricul- ACID PHOSPHATE Increases Yield Of Fall Sown Crops. There nre approximately .1,000.000 acres of corn, truck and tobacco land available for fall crop In Kentucky which would bring their owner Increased profits by way of bigger crop yield provided they were treated with acid phnphate before planting, according to soil nnd crops specln-- , list from the College of Agriculture. On the bals of results obtnined on the soil experiment Arid of the State !the return from oOO.OOO tons of HI per cent ncid phosphate applied nt the rate of 200 pounds on each acre land would of the available be more than $10,500,000 or about j$1.7 for each dollar invested. If 'limestone could be applied with the phophatc the returns would be about $ 1.00 for each dollar invested, the specialist. say. Farmers cannot af ford to leave corn, tobacco nnd truck land idle during the winter and in nil cases, except those in the lllue Grasa Region, will get increased returns by use of acid phosphate and limestone. A small grain crop such as rye or wheat is best suited for fall planting on this type of noil. If the grain is harvested n considerable portion of the profit will be secureil in the in(Srasi creased yield. and clover would probably be seeded in the grain in the spring in which t'use n larger return will result from the use of fertiliser by wny of the better grow th of grass. In case the smnll grain is seeded this fall for winter protec tlon from soil erosion and leaching and is plowed under in the spring for another crop a good return from the fertilizer will be in the in creased crop yield. I ' I fall-crop Mites and Lice Seriously Affect Health of Fowls. J.J.Byrne Exclnsivf. ture Rteommtnd Thorough Application, of Same Preparation to Intirior of House. (1'repire.t h it Sptfrnttrist KENTUCKY. DANVILLE, Opposite Gilcher Hotel. Office Hour. 8 la 12 anil I to 0 p.m J. A.Beazlev MINERAL DIRECTOR Ofllre Ovr National Hank, Itesldence I'hone 3 Olllce I'hone 27 l.ANTASTKIt, KV. troubleMite.' some mid harmful to poultry. They do tint lite iimmi the bird like lice, hut durln; tin day hide In the crack mid ere lev of the and mill, of the Iioiim' and at tilelit they nunc out ii in I got upon (lie fowl. Mite Mick the Mood. Mini If allowed to become plentiful. n tin'. certainly will If no) dctro;cd. will lifTeot the health of fowl, mid ron lUi'titly their ability to lay egg. of Agriculture t well as lite, sir. ih. I'nltrtl .huu Dtpml-nw- rot f orl-nu- Dr. Printut Walker VETERINARIAN. of Aitrit wit tire recommend tlioroui:u application of I'urlHilliieiiiii. keruM-iieor otne of the ooal-tii- r preparation ohl for t lilt ptirpoe, or iroI.iii(i. to the Interior of crude the Miuttry hoiie. product Commercial c.il-iuare itioro exM'ii.e, hut retain their kill- . r S'olnllt In the I'lllted State 30X31 Tate isfaaeaatti peaaiiar aVaaariJ foe tPriesJ f yeare ha tlfen ua bit volume. STANDARD NON-SKI- D Call. Amw.r.d Promptly Day at Nul.t. I'Kon. 317, I v The Fastest Selling Tire In America the Flreatone .StanJanl JCiJ t,' Inch tire over Our Plant No. 2 detotel wholly to thla alxa an with a capacity of l,tN tlree and Jt.eee tulsr. per day cutacoats oa et ery operatluti. Oa Mav 3, ta droppesl our price to $l.t.5 patalntt on to the ear owner the full plant. Thla tire has been our fceefltae4 ink big aalee volume anil thla atajsdard for year- - four plica loan atupte fabric est m (um between pi lea- - hoary d ever offered car owner. Insist oa Flreetoac. tread. The treatrat value Uhor-aatlii- it Md-tki- WLAMK.l. JuJ KENTUCKY Jud Tunklns. Tunklh "lys the genuine optimist I recognlziM ty hi cheerfulness at work and not hy the f hi recceutlon W Mi'" laaaeaeanBBBBmamaaaeaeaeaeaeam. Our Cord Tire Values yttaatoae Cord tlrea are wade eiclml.ely In Plant No. I. Our proceaa of double tresul, taaa aMpplaa each ply of cord give thicker Insulation. The maulrc with extra thlckneaa where wear It moat eere, 0lea real erfectUrnean In holdiag the car fehaet allppiac aad adds many ettm mile, of sen Ice. non-ski- d aaaaaaaaaaasaWafer B(ll3 . iVrv. ?M StMMtab Oat Of Flreatone Cord tlrea are aold at the lowest nricra In cord ; $M.9. tire history: MaJH. IM S; OrtV? 0lousing" Iiji: (Kiuer Try Oft traJaftta Ym 9mi Baijaa. Taaa Rawala. Aata There are Firestone Dealers Everywhere Serve You His Brood Ksroscne. Coop With NatMag Ratter mnmr Uver. Plaaaaatly. autiot to ReaajlatM t. COMMISSIONER'S Charley Hall, et al. Defendant. Pursuant to a judgment rendered at the March Term, 1121, the under signed Commissioner will ell at public auction to the highest and best bidder at the Court House Door in Lancaster, Ky., at 11 o'clock, A. M., or thereabouts, on MONDAY, AUGUST 12. Wlil, the real estate mentioned In the pleading and described as follow.: Heine the same property that wn conveyed to Charles Ingrahnm by T. I). Chestnut, by deed dated Nov. 2C. 1000, and recorded in the (larrard County Clerk' Office in Deed llook No. 22, pace !', In Garrard County, Kentucky, on Sugar Creek; said land is bounded on the West by the Inndi of Kason, on the North by thu lands of Onstott, now Humphrey, on the Kast by the lands of Humphrey, and on the South by the lands of Harve Wurren and Ed Naylor's helm,; containing 35 acres more or less. There is deducted from the nbove tract of land and nut to be gold herein, a small tract of land sold to Kd Naylor, on the uppo.ite aide of Sugar Creek from the main tract of land. The purpose of this sale is to divide the net proceeds arising from the sale among the parties Joint owner as their Interest may appear. wuria irum Indlenllon. tiltlouins. and roii.tltntlon. With n little thouRhtfulnrs. and car., how.v.r. a great amount ol till. Ol.trru raukl W nvoltied nnJ you'll nrv.r rrallze how true this Is until you lwuiu oni. of the tcunl million iHsopl. of thl country ho k a of Natur.'a R.m.d (Nit Tablrts) constantly on hand ami use W4 It ulirnrvrr Inillcratlun, biliousnrM or tneawndWCokl. ion.tlvilion thrralrn.. fnhke laxative purse., cathartics, atich n. oil. calomrl. tie., which rnrro-l- y I anion. force Natur.'. Rtmr. rxrrt. a Intturnre uron the rntlre llar.tle ami rllmtnntlie uy.-- I. in the .tnmarli, liver, buarl. and vrn the kldiiryu, We ansi Repair ll. puri. 1. to promote tlcnrou. and harmonlou. action of nil the organ, that handle the food nn.1 Issly a.te. Thnt I. why the rraults whlrh folPLANT LEGUMES IN ORCHARD low the ue of N.tur.'. aj.m.dy are alway. a .tirprl.e to those 0 oo1 Practice That Crops fta Kept who tint try It. TheI action while and thorough, a. mild and !rumtt Q rawing atween Tree in turn-me- r C.ntlv und plrwiitui aa Nature and Hie thorough clnsn.lng the and Early, Fall. body rrcrltr brim, a frelln; of r and ben.nt no real orcharding practice require. tant rJi lll or catturtksuch a. s Good vrr for anyone, In tnauy Instances, that crop be kept r.rt a ' Uu of Natur.'. Rtm.dy irrowlns; between the tree during lata (Nit TahMa and tiy It Tt:tr Is ni . for yo'i summer or early fall. For one thing rlk In - dolnir and It ntut k (lie soil will need liumu. and protec- 'Krratei-r rr..f masllclne you than any nr .oil, tr r moitcv trnrk Inattitt It Is tion from the burning rays of the sun. car 'I til i .J r.s.'uidmindtd by )uur It I. a good practice to plant hoy bean, or other crops that McROBERTS DRUG STORE. thrive In late summer nnd early autumn to protect the soli and to add ferijlltjr Jo It for the next aeaaon. Most of the feittmie are well adapted for summer crop In orchards. Cow-peGAItRARD CIRCUIT COURT. are iiV many Instances better Leslie Williams, ft al. Plaintiffs, tliiin other Miinimer legume for thl VS. 'if quality jsv wwiwbcprkdjr Rechdrqc siUmtkcj of Dattteric longer mid the rot of treatment may he leened hy reducing with an eUil part of kerofli'. rude H'lnileuni will opruy better If thluiietl with one part of kenxvim to four pitrt of crude oil. Ibith the letroleiim and the coal-ta- r ennle forproduct contain often eign o bo should particle, Ktnilui! hefor." Htteuiptlng to fpniy. One inut be un Hint the wpray reaches nil the crack and crevice., gltlng special ittteutlon to the roonta, dropping board, ntid nest, uml the treatmeut should ! reieatel two or thre time nt lutenah of a week or ten days. uarmtm4. Many rorl eat too much ev.ry uajr and most rat murh much ome Oay. That I. Why American, .uftrr mora titan anr wople In lha ti tx lof DRUGGISTS CONN ad dtll-ihtf- ul hr-Ml- f. CONN pro-dur- 'stl ul cow-pea- s, SALE OF LAND a, purpose. I'siinlly, plHiillnr pea or any bean In row between the tree and giving them a cultivation or two la better sowing;. tliiin broad-ciK- t However, some prefer to wiw broadcast. KEEP GARDEN FREE OF TRASH Biggest Wheat Yields Not Determined By Heavy Seed. - L. Tomato Cornstalks, Vln.s, Potato The comparative ability of different Tope, Etc., Should B Gathered strains of wheat to give high or lowUp and Burned. yields is determined more largely by inheritance than by the size ami Neatneiw, cleanlliie, it ml order In weight of the seetl, according to the garden help In Ho' fight "Hain't eclulstx In the. crops specialists. Weight per bushel, Insect nnd discuses, t'nlted .States Department of Agri- which is determined nlmoat entirely culture emphasize. A u general rule, by soil and seasonal conditions, is in value by many the reldue of the garden audi as tomato liiex, potato tops, etc, wheat growers as an indication of should Ih htirned. I'o thl promptly, the ability of that particular seed to spore may give high yield. Kentucky farmer so that Insect and not he harbored hy the riitihWIi. Just in selecting seetl for the full sowing ait soon us uny crop Is gathered, reseed from move the trash, spade up the ground, should select and plant soiuetbliig el.'. Keep the strains of pure bred wheat, even tho garden free fnaii wees ut nil time, it I light in weight, in preference to ami this cun Im'i he done hy frequent heavy seed from mongrel strain, accultivation width destroy the Weed cording to Ralph Kenney, crops exneeds a. soon a they sprout. tension specialist from the College of Agriculture. Experiments which have been conTERMS. WINDIREAKS ARE HQ ASSET ducted over a long period of time to The sate will be made on a credit of six months and the purchaser will Soil la Prevantad From Drying Out determine the yielding qualities of be required to execute bond with apQuickly and Protection Qlvtn large, small and unscreened wheat proved security for the purchase Grain and Trace. show that large seetl hu no advan price, due in six months, and bearing tage over the other fertilized plant alx per cent interest from date until WiiidbreukH are In many waya a and unless mixed with other varieties paid, having the force and effect of farm They tend to prevent the Judgment upon which execution by mechanical means, such us threshtln-may lasue, payable to W, II. ilrown. Mill from drying out quickly and In- ing machines, or rendered impure by protect grain and orchards irom Matter Commissioner of the Garrard weed seeds will inherit tl Circuit Court, and a lien will be re- jury by the wlud. A belt of tree near noxioua ti.rio from same yielding ability in comparison sold until the farm building amed upon the property etreine cold and from summer', beat. with other varictes as it had when the purchase money is p:!d. W. H. BROWN. Master Com Tree iiiuke the farm a plcaaantcr first introduced into a new territory. Circuit plj'-- In which to Jive. Tie wladhreak In other words wheat does not "rua missioner Garrard cm' Im also n source of wood attpplf rat." Cesjft. Attorney for Pita. ttr fuel or fur aale. WALKIK. corn-stalkd db-eiig Fifteen Oldham Caunty farm boy. are candidate for the junior livestock judging team which will represent that county in the conte.t to be Fair. held at the Kentucky State September II. Under the direction In Sale. of County Agent Cordon II. Nance, the junior Judges take trip, to stock Kentucky who sell Druggists in farms in the county where they pracpatent medicines which have been adtice JuJging different classes of liveby itinerant medical comvertised stock. panies from a wagon or other place Alafalfa growing I. being contld-ere- d in the street, where the companies by a number of Fulton County sell state that they thenuclv do not farmer, according to County Agent the medicine advertised but name the O. I.. Cunningham, who reports that druggists from whom it can be obthe crop Is creating considerable intained, legally lire liable to be regardMore than -d terest In that section. the traveling ed as members of with farmers who are troupes and as such are subject to Mr. Cunningham have agreed to grow prosecution. Klwood Hamilton, atsome of the legume on their farms torney for the State Hoard of Health, this fall to test its adaptability to has informed the board in an opinion of Dr. J. N. Home News their condition. Webter county are prepared at the request Farmere m McCormack, director of the Ilurrau realizing the value of limestone in Over of Sanitation. increasing crop yields, according t The opinion quotes the provision County Agent l.oyd E. Cutler." A Clay county banks of the statute which declares that n druggist "becomes personally liable with County Agent - A Clark and number of them have pooled their a cirload which for the statutory penalty if he per- Assistant County Agent Thomas orders and purchased clover that will who is not a registered Keith, have agreed to lend Junior ag- will be used on sweet mits one pharmacist to vend medicine." and ricultural club members approximate- be sown this fall. More than 100 Whitley County stutes that, fur the puprsoe of prose ly 11,'JOO with which to buy pureclub members recently received mercution, it would not be necessary to bred pigs to raise In club projects. show that the articles were delivered I'lan for the cuttle tuberculosis it certificates for junior agricultural to the offending druggist by the com eradication campaign which will be 'club work which they did during the pany if it could be shown that the conducted In Marion county through pat year under the direction of of County Aent County. Agent W II. S Woodward. articles were sold by the druggist anil the that the druggist and the itinerant' John It. Spencer, the extension divi- company hutl a mutual interest in the' .tun of the College of Agriculture Ifs All In the asms. I sale. and farmer have been completed, ac- It always strike tis a (trance how ! cording to a report from the county. much essler It I for a chorus (Irt Fifteen herd Including 211 animal thau an assessor to find a mtllloey GoOSe Thave been signed up for the accredit- - alre'a money. Clevdsntl I'reia. LIABLE If Itinerant Company Has Interest abundance and Is the envy of all the other creatures of the barn yard. The farmer rejoices over hi prize. Hut, hi wife contends that it would be much more advantageous to secure all the gold at once. So, after due persuasion on the part of his better half the agriculturist kills the goose. Alas, when he cuts it open he Amis nothing but the usual Interior of a barn yard fowl. Sadly grieved, the couple again rind themselves in moderate means. "Failure is the reward of greed" is the moral of thi film fable. Paul Terry' comic treatment of the theme drives home the lesson to rapid-laug- h popufashion. The unusual larity of Aesop's Kable. down thru the age to this very minute attests to their entertainment appeal 1 tt herd teit '- Firin And From Kentucky "The That Laid The Golden Egg.", . Famous Fabl. of A.sop Cartooned On The Screen. j HOW CAN THIS BANK SERVE YOU? Our legitimate Hold of usefulnu.i ii the serving uf the people of this community. If you are earning a salary ami want to improve your condition in life, tulk it over with m. A hanker ha ucce.Hd to many facta which are not generally known to the public. Perhaps some of them may be of value to you. HAVE YOU A SAVINGS ACCOUNT WITH US 7 nft. p'ccts e "The (loose That IMii '.he Ooldeu Egg" i the Unit of "Aesop's Film Fables" to be shown on the screen.1 Fables, 1'ictures, Inc., the producers of this cartoon feuture, drawn by' I'nul Terry, those this story to inaugurate the release uf the series through i'athe as It is one of the most famous Aesop volume. With his skilled pen guided by a keen seme of humor, Cartoonist Paul Terry has drawn what Is conceded to be the best examples of animated drswlr.jj r.W shown on the screen. Use FeWle In "The Goose That Laid the Golden En," the familiar story of the faram's mid for goU is related. The raosc luppllea golden cggi In THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. S. C DENNY, Csukieyr. CtfJttti $30,000. Hoaot RoN BmM( SWtJus $30,000. l, Th Central Record, Lancaster, Ky.. Thursday Aug II, 92 1 1 jP You Tare ' In Danger! I J 1X Neva Wins Back Her Fiance M.a.r I FARMERS To See Results Of Best Farm Practices If yeu re in the habi' of keeping money valuable! on yeur person or abo-i- t your house, you are certainly in danrer. You are in danger, net only of being robbed, but f having some worse fate befall you. There are, md to My, thate who would net heiitate te commit murder, if necessary, to expedite a robbery that they nave 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 interest to yeur balance each year. As ta your valuables, you can store them in our vault in which they, too, will be really safe. The Garrard Bank & Trust Co LANCASTER. KY. Wc soli trnvelors Cheques, which are good in the United States and all foreign countries. ntlr!n',n ft c1,nir- ne "ar"''1 '"i'.r respective counue; AMociation, Realign- 'job-- . K Storme, Lancaster, chair 'man llihways rommittee Chamber of ( ommvrre . chainnan for (iar-rarForces W 11. Shanks. President Lincoln man IliKhway committee; Chamber An Active National IUii'k. Stanford, n chiiirmnn for Lincoln; Albert lliatt. Cashier Hank uf Ilrodhtad. as chiiinnnn for The Kentucky Good Itoads Assoc), Ho. kcAJtlc and Itichard Youn;. Cuh-ir- r atlon, Robert J Mcltryde. of Louts-ill- r, Hank of Mlddletburp a chuirinuii President and Klliott C. Mit- for Casey. It it the purpose of thi chell, of I'aducah, Secretary, are asAoriatian to examine road their force with k view and bill cominn before the next of taking n active part in the work j meeting of the peneral assembly, to jurfe permanent road.i and that for Rood road in thi state. John M. Knrru has been appointed roadx already i'Uilt be properly main- -' district chairman for tho dUtrift com-- j tallied The ociation desires the prising the cuuntlen of Kockcastle. support of all true friends of good Casey, Lincoln and (iarrard and the! roads m this .mportant untltrtaklni; aw Kentucky Good Roads ing Their For Campaign. ,fu nien oi i I lei-lu-tl- on The Stewart Dry Goods Company It Pleated to Announce that TO Mr. William G. Frederick or MirLuvvui.r. Is Now In Charjc of Their Piano Salons. Mr. Frederick Is Ute of the Knabe U'arertin of Haltlniore, and his wldo eipertenco In trio music Industry nke bin connection with n house as near as Ia)UIvI1Ii of deep Interest to every one contemplating tbo purchase of a plums STEWART DRY GOODS COMPANY Incorporated Louisville, Kentucky. V Gregg upon the street, and giving him a greeting sweet, he handetl me a On Groceries frozen stare, as grouchy as a grizzly bear. Oh, he was sore and full of For years 1 went to Grocer Gregg's bile because I left him for a while; "See, Murgutel," she fulteied, "Hie to buy my prunes and cheese and he seemed to think he owned my soul pretty hrtHivh I wtur-- or I will go to eggsj I went ten thousand times, or anil had a mortgage on my roll. the lioun- - and gel jou some money. Please don't cut off my hair." more, and wore n path around his Walt Mason. "Take care! take tare!" uumed her store, till every board I could recall, tsptnr, "jou" re stirring. Pe ki to and every in the wall. And lime )tur bitlr. Pe made Nellie it when each month uf trade was done. gttut rug dell uml I want to put real He who knows and knows not that I always paid him hand made moil, bulr on its head. Light hair, golden he knows is asleep. .Awaken him. and never said "Please chalk it down mnl shining. Just like tiirs." He who knows not and knows that until my goal comes back to town." Just us the cruel blades were Neva reiubeil the sMt. She Then, for a change, 1 bought my he knows not is simple. Teach him. He who knows not and knows not graspetl Murgaut by the shoulder goods, my prunes and cheese, at Grocer Wood's. I thought I'd trade that he knows not is n fool. Shun with all her force, tore the stlsor Irom her bund, and threw them as fur there for a while, since change of I "Im. us she rould awny from her. base is all the style, and then return He who knows and knows that he Then placing her unu ubo'.it the to Gregg's once more as In the fes- - knows Is wise. Follow him unto the iH'tr distracted creature, she soothed tlve days of yore. Ilut, meeting J end. Iter grudunlly, prmnlsetl her some false bulr her aunt bad, mnl gently drew Ver uwny fnuii the plat. Just before dusk thut evening Per-tl- u Mulivllli! taint- - oer to the Thrts W. 0. RIGNEY W. B. DICKERSON home. There was a strangely subdued eapressloll in her face. Well there might bet Hy some strange fiiie. r.c hour alter her recue by Neva, u letter had etiuie that had i bunged all the lenor of her emotion. It wu from the only until she hud em luted. Still lot til. Just releused from a penal institution. He had t lo make her eipenslvo pre, ents; now he wns free. He appealed Residence Phone 33. Office Pfcosc 18. to her for the sake uf I be old love. "You suted my life," Mild Portia, tuldly im eer, but with her res.less Walt Mason Extensive educational exhibit to tary put in any f mall home with alinw Kentucky farmers and their I'nlefi I'D. Wtttrli out disturbing wives the advantage, of the ilifferent present heating Coliiplntently luxnr iiitllisr III shad-r- l farm and lionif practices are being nrr angrment f , un garden arbor, rewllng In nil the planned by the aanTi aav extension divHon of til i tody to ute Baa superb pride uml ijlxlsln of n slmi with the the Collect1 of Agriculture for the 1 linllirr, I'nrtlu Maiillle sat M lilt eliised Kentucky State Fair which will he .Sill Arccta l tJaorf hi Mr. Mils IfllllllTMll In h triA fMt Inf rurfn.parlor.e SMcSm I umphant jet tiltlcr day dream Hint held September 12 to 17, according A"l as mart. H to recent announcement) from the litimlil, languorous June nflrnnwiii Radiator-Boile- r 1);;-,fhe us thinking "f lolph Merlll, College. Approximately Ifi ilitTcrent ratfr trittm to Amrrkan Radialnrstn arltwntnc rnritai. TtM nrnplrti, root rturabk, tnut fraonmkal Matlm plant rrw iiiii n well worth thinking of, she told department including thon- - from IDKAL-Atronmani k uuu inuuioct. Rxlix i daiay to Bod cut an herself. Ilrr tnliiit went buck n )ear. farm engineering to home economics If IMkM for ,mll when, with one tlm;tr of hrr llfi' will contribute toward the exhibit houwi wittrfxjt it II in. Met tttr titxini m See one now on display in my window. rinsed, a dark imil stormy one, she y ImtJt and which is expected to be one of the ini t IWph Merrill Jnt returning from tU.1'jvt wit Art P. B. WILLIAMS, hcetl locait. Millfge. Until belong"! to families of moat extensive ever mnde by the di Kentucky. Lancaster, wraith inn) iKiiltlmi, The father uml vision. A) In former year the dismothers hm t iitniirin.'M a lore tnntili. play will be mnde in the Cranditnnd' I'ortln Imil plajed her wiles well. She Itiiilillnvr where the space, nlotted to in the ration of the laymc hen n the1 state departmnt of the veterans.' liml fasrlnatefl ;n bright, oj.riiheitrl the diviaion tin been doubled. according to J. !. Martin I rnniintion are Henry D. I.indsley, of fit IMi)i us she J i :t fiitrnixil otliiTK. The exhibit will Include dUpliiy Hi n happy In flic of Iiit thowimr how cron vlelds muv be in. under whofe direction the test wn Tcxft?, and Franklin D'Otlcr, of Phlla- fluctuations until lirr I mi clmraeter creased by drainage, how egg pro-- . ninde. dt Iphia, past national commanders. I Mm n io tllcloei tn Mm, Tini lute lit The state federation of labor In duction may be Increased by using! Three pens of 20 White U'ynndotte I ml taken illsrmered tlmt ln Interest lTa invited the American I. .i.t.f It. Ui.l. ........ r..- - t..... tl. .IflPIIIF.- - good breedinir stock in the noultrvl hcn each, of the same ace and Oklahoma ... I'll. ..I'll. till .1 (' d.mn,flofk' now l,urp under ich ntic.il conditions, Legion to end representative to it ut nd ed even tli.it rlie eared f..r Mm M. Courtland convention. In her heart. Ilut I hey had btoine , lertiliieM may be ucd to raise crop were used in the experiment. Ail next national executive comyields and how county agent work I pen were fed the same pram ration Faquay, encnceil. And then, lie Klorlnili line tilled proving valuable to cuuntie of the consisting of 70 pounds of cracked mitteeman from Oklahoma, will re- month, when I'ortln bud been awny on State. The horticulture)! depart- corn and 30 pounds of oats'. One present the Legion. "The organlra-pe- n the hI tame to liolph it full meaun-o- f ment will make an exhibit shuwing n fed n dry mnsh consisting' tion are working to advance linpplneM, l"lr.--t hh Hiiiiiliitniu'en, the importance of 'JO pounds each of corn meal, some fundamental principles and the of n then n friends mid tlien h unMiken ground oats, bran, shorts and meat 'cementing of the Friendship will add garden while dairy lneri be and .NYta Tliroop had drift- farm will attempt the show depart- scraps in addition to the grain ration; strength to both," said Kdgar Fenton, to ment farmers ed Into boiirx "hen I lie rlKbt of one pure bred the second ptn was fed the same hcod of the state labor organization, a bll complete. Then th the value of liliother When Mrs. Ida Crouch Harlett, a mash, with the exception of the meatj rude nunkcnliiw the return of I'nltlii bull associations. in addition to the gr.iln, and socialist speaker waj threatened with ii lid III' soulful Kxhibits for farm women will be reiimrx' Unit be bad learned to lute .N'etu mid had tiineht made by the home economics depart had buttermilk available at all time violence at Ie Mpinef, la, a party tier to lore him. ment and the home demonstration while the third pen received nothing oi American Legion men escorted ner She neier tbldeil Mm when they agent divUtmi. Display will include I,ut buttermilk in addition to the to the police station for protection, Pnlpli liml tune to I'ortla. parted. The police department commended those showing how girls are taught Krain bl niMnUe In their Ili had rotifeM-Hesult obtained up to Augut 1st., the Legionaires for tHeir chivalry. to make their own clothes In the engagement, im no pity In 't'bert James C. Kusell. n member of tho that the first pen, which re- tlmt Mirny beiirt. .Iut one llriu, cruel eourses given nt the college and how,'iwcd Leg-Io- n farm women are learning clothing reived the grain feed and complete niackhawk post of the American tlirl of l!ioe proud Up", and lnldi l,fifi2 eggs from in Chicago has stnt pot cards .Merrill knew that ltd Ireii woman efficiency methods through the work,ma'rl' produced The second ptn to United States Senators and Conbeing carried on by Held agents from Novcmht r 1st. would liewr relea-- e lilm. III! L.l.it.:. i.. sewiuj; llil'lit which rfrf.tvt-t- l thf mR.h mlnil the gressmen. The card bear a photo- that uinr llflerntxill .N'etll '.l,- - -- lt , hi v tuiii-m-r.niiilia ill Tliroop Mil with her work Imsket ! ap in ainimon io me grain yrupnic 'nunui; canning will be made by different ""'nl lde her The Mid tear fell, idle in connection with home nn'l 1'Uttermllk, produced 2,0t,0 eggs sell n few minutes after he had liMt In a dieary reeri, and wounds while t work. The... from November 1st., while the third fcred two gun-shwu only armeil when a hand Mole exhibits will romnete for a number P?n, which received the grain " SI'S" ucrii" tile pireU,.(iible mid nelred the bi'ttermilk, produced J.300 igg from! After reviewing a parade in Clcve- of prizes which have been offered. long, sharp sciMr. "Why. Margaret" be eeliilinl, in addition to tne educational ex- Xovember Ht. or 72S more than the land, O., recently in which the United liHiklng tip with it -- littl and hibits the college will enter nine fat first pen ami 330 more than the sec- -' States flag wa carried, John G. Km-owoman who steers and ten sheep in the open class HMir pen. ii liuttermilk fed to the hens'try, national commander of the wandered about tin- - dUtrlet, tared fur es where they will compete with am in the second anil third pens was American Legion, made a statement py etinrlty In her (Held llt and kept mals exhibited by breeders uf the available at all times. m which he scored "the tinder loek mid key when violent. The experiment will lie continued Americans" who fail to remove their State. The of animals will inbad bes-erared I'lHir Margnret for several years, according to Mr. hats when the colors are passing. thriMigh the tif lT imiI.v clilld. clude six yearling steers, three calves, Following a speaking tour of tho We two aged Cheviot ewes, one yearling Martin, in order to determine whethlimit get frightened, dear." eiiinigti. but N'ii Cheviot ewe, one Cheviot ewe lamb, er or not forcing the hens for tgg west and northwest, Lemuel Holies, Murgnret. tpid-tlliotlied that her ete were mole tli.ill one yearling Shropshire ewe. four production ha any tffect on their national adjutant of the American Legion, declared that everywhere in urtlinarlly wild liHiklng. "I Just mini Southdown ewe lambs and one year- - breeding qualities fop it to borrow- )uur pretty nnmpvun ram. (the territory which he had visited he nnt: I few llllllllles." iounu tne i.egion nan nignesi piacc "Hut what do jmi wmit tliem for, He tuiht in community progress. ' Mnrgiiretr With the banner of the national political entanglements had been mind. Ill Ifll )oii when I "Seer commander of the American Legion avoided, in all the states he hail oune baek," teplleil the woman with a Muttering at her masthead above the toured, without losing effectiveness in liillgh, and idie diirttd itwity. I) liuttermilk Is more valuable for flags of nil nntipns, the liner George the promotion of true Americanism. Net a wa oil her feet III all She Hindi- - egg production than meat scrap and I Washington sailed from Hoboken The citizens of Kvansville, Intl., She ush greulU nlariiied quantities Wednesday bearing a party of 'JfiO have built a home and presented it to out the object of her anxiety tlNap if available in plentiful peitring throng!- a lodge mid ran l 'can completely replace the Usual mash members of the Legion who will re- the mother of James B. Gresham, one rapid pursuit of bt r f,., to hrn nccordlng to results of an visit the old battle scenes of France of the first three Americans to die Jliirgaret iiarietl innnigii n row m experiment conducted by the Ken- ns guests of the French government. in the world war. Gresham was killfriligln. the rear of Uie .Mull tucky Agricultural lllitt". Experiment Sta- The party will land at Cherbourg and ed November .'I, 1017 during the raid HI.- - plate Ntvu halted. beltutlng tion which have just been announced. will spend three weeks in France, re- of a German patrol. The hero's Sin- - shrunk from and nnileelded. The experiment also showed that turning to the United States about body was brought to the United nut ting I'ortln MuliMlle. Mail Margaret bail ttune up softly buttermilk was appetizing and pala- September Ifith. The pilgrimage is States recently and the reburial took Ju-- t now table for the hens and had a desir- headed hy John G. Emery, national place last week under the auspices of behind Portia Miimllle. kIk sIimmI gmplng in out bund tb able effect on their digestive tracts. commander of the Ltgion and among the Evanjvillc post of the American long luxuriant braid of her liulr. In Sour skim-mil' is equally as valuable the delegate- - repreenting every Legion. tin- - other ln WIIMsl Ihi! keen glitter. tlireuleultigty. Ing "iMu't jnu try out again," her Uf "betaUM' If )"i do 1 sounded linn-lil)-, will stult lab "' "'hat--w- bt do leu wantV fill tired the frightened mid trembling Portia, shrinking In dread from the hrutiilMitd weapon. -I urn going to cut 'iT jour hair." declared Margaret dt lerinliieilly. "Ii'". got that, i. Uillltlflll. to bate It. Little Nellie wants It, and miit olwiii get any thing for her is emphatically It, nt she wants." I'nrtlu dared not stir. Her be.irt a sunk at it sense of her tertaln Heat Your Bungalow, Cottage, or Flat with Hot Water Cellar not necrs- - )'. f ULAL ArCOia At m.I Xt: iu run-ni- I 1 s l'se.l 1 d j ne-en- - nd lit - elor Buttermilk Better Than Math For Hens. American Legion News k sriir 9 Kentucky Farmers and Breeders! This Important Announcement is for You It.-l- des l'e 1 The present help-lelie- nail-hea- d An Arabian Proverb. 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 buyer's market thut we Special Sale of Coldstream Durocs At Coldstream Farm, August 16, 1921 W. 0. RIGNEY & CO. This sale having been decided on, nothing is to be left undone to make it n success from the bidder's viewpoint. A goodly number of our choicest vouni; sows will go under the hammer beautifully bred, massive individuals, each weighing 500 lbs. or more. The sows are all bred for early September farrowing mostly to Walt's Great Top Col., a splendid young boar, standing, as a senior yearling, 44 inches high, on it bone, with 83 inches over the back between the eyes and root of tail. crius will be arranged for those who so desire and can furnish satisfactory bank references, q Remember tho date also the fact that adverse market coBditioaslor us mean advantageous transactions for tho purchaser. For particulars, address 10-inc- h Fufttral Director, ami Embalmirs Kentucky. a BIBLE, Central Smtatent COLDSTREAM FARM F. LEXINGTON KENTUCKY Lancaitar. imiiI u ideauo. "I am going away fretu tier tonight forever, autl I fivs )ou back lKlph ssVrisU" Th Central Record, Lancaster Ky. Thursday, Aug "V II, 1021. " T '".m PAINT LICK W "IT" Mr. Jh Champ is very 111 at thii I ANNOUNCES ROUND TRIP riling weekRATES Jim H.me Ilalston spent the I x 3 Noa-S- kl Tire end with relative at Paint Lick. Single Insertion 1c a word I Mr. J D. Hurchell. who h.tt been 30 x 3 2 NoH.Skld Tire $1 1 .50 No ad Uken for leu than 20c on the .ick ltt U nble to be out attain. GUARANTEED SIX THOUSAND MILES. in thii column. No Ji In thU Mr and Mrs. M. F. l.edfonl enter-- 1 iKlNdlRg War Tax column charged. at dinner Saturday.; tamed forty-tw- o 30x3 Tibea $2.00 30x3 1- -2 Tubes $2.25 Seven insertions for the Mr. and Mr. W. H. Hoop entertain-- , LANCASTER TO BRODHEAD' ACCOUNT GUARANTEED ONE YEAR guest Sunday. price of Ave. el about twenty-twBRODHEAD FAIR Phone order mutt be paid Mr. A. It. Denny, of Hlchmond, BREAD FIR LOAP NINE CENTS. promptly. Tickets on sale Autfimt I (till, to IHlli, lucliisi . tickw.i the guet Monday of Mr. Itobt. PLENTY ICE WATER Walker hmI for return to reach Lancaster More miilnitflu ets Mis Dclora .Vapin I the attractive August 20th Garage uet of her sister, Mr. Uurnam FOB BENT or SALE: For further or detailed information, apply to local Allle Arnold ford. public nquare. ticket ntient ' Ml Virginia Conn, of Lancaster, I the guest 01 her aunt, .Mr, u. 0 (Jra for WANTF.D: Treadway. O. L. Jones, lb. cattle. W have no fear of our sin finding Mr. Elizabeth Patrick left Tue- Roop, Fay Wnrd, Ky., Haute 1. and Mary Bane everything good to est There were StanforJ. ''day for an extended vtit to rela- II. Ledford' store us out Everybody know them now, Wynn, Messrs. Dorgln Montgomery, thirty-eigh- t who enjoyed this boon-teou- s Mr. Mnrthn Wynn had n her Olin Patrick and Bert Ward. and .t 'ol more than we poxeM tive at Paintvllle. evening departed dinner The guest Automobijc repair on any and all, jjr. jj, h. Montgomery entertain-car- . guest to dinner Thursday If you nnd a few other were re Mr. W. W. West went to church nbout 4 00 to attend church, wishing Guaranteed work, reasonable Lj tn. Home Mlionary Society Rev. D. P. Montgomery, Rev. and moved from this world bow mtuy Mrs. B. J. Skaggs and family, Mrs. Sunday morning ns usual and upon do the work!; Monday afternoon. lirice. Plenty of tool to really good husband would there be Beulah nnd returning home she found n number Mr. West many more happy W. Ii. Roop, Miic Jimllatcher. rith. Mr. and Mr. W. IJ. Elder have left Marie Ledford, Fannie Dowdcn, EUle of friends who bad come in bringing T. A. Uradley, of Danville, Dos accepted the portion of principal and High School. 174, has two cow with young calve At.. at the Paint Lick Mr. Jno. F. White, of Nichols-villold, all 18 month, and bull returned home Monday after Poll Hereford, fine stutT for sale. spending several day in MadUon Co. Mr. S. E. Schooler ami son. of FOR SALE: -0 freh mountain Cincinnati, were the guest of her ."3. ewe and 4 buck. Phone aunt, Mr. J. D. Hurchell the past W. S. Carrier, Lanc.iv.er. Ky. ClaulM CflMmR TIRE BARGAINS 30 J9.00 1-- EXCURSION FARE $ .46 $ .46 o I j SANDERS VARIETY CASH STORE (8-t-t- i v, Kitchen Cabinet. jestic Range. MUe Elizabeth Mel.in,. Beulah several dozen Emenne and brother, of Richmond Kitchen utensil. Mason Jan. etc. were guests of Mis Catherine Led Mr. J. S. Gilbert. ford Sunday. 3 1.) Mrs. R. W. Kuridge ami little Silo Filler, Manure Spreaders, daughter, left this week for u visl: Wheat Drill. Oliver Riding and ' to her aunt, Mrs. Joe. FrWbie, nea: Walking plows, Cultipackers and Har-- j liloomington, Ind.-Mr- . Wood Walker. Mr. A, V, rows; ice Cream Freeze: screen i doom and window and many other! Huyler and Mr. Robert Walker were things at cost. Still trimming priccthe guest lait wek of Mr. Jno. Walker and family at Smithtield. lid not customer. J. R. MOUNT & Co. Ballard. Obalisk Flour always gives STRAYED: To my place about satisfaction. Try a sack today. W hanf. flour for wheal July 1st., black Aberdeen Angu Dull Hudson & Farnau weight about 030 pounds. Owner can have same by proving property Mr, and Mr. Hurnani Ledford are and paying all' charge. receiving congratulations over the arAsh Ledford. Paint Lick. Ky. rival of a little daughter. Tuesday. The little Mis has been christened (8-4-- i'ark of Greens- Mr. STRAYED : To my place about the bur.;, Ind., were guest Sunday night 'JOth. of July three hog. Owner can of Mr. and Mr. Wm. Hurt and fam have ame by proving property andlly Lonzy Sherrow, Dr. Wood Ogitvie, pAylnir cost. of Princeton, Bryantsville. Ky. Ky., who ha been quite ill i the guest of Mr. and Mr. Woods Walker MaFOR SALE: Refrigerator, thi week. I week. Mr. and Ja. MOTOR CARS (Announcing The New Buick "Four" A Thoroughbred Four, Completing the Famed Buick Lick. Mr. and Mrs. Reed Lear and family, of MIddlesboro, who have been visiting hia parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Lear and family returned to Beaatifal Colonial their home Monday. FOR SALE Residence and 12 acres of land, Dr. D. P. Montgomery, Evangelist, known at the Curt Robinson home, together with his son, Dargan have five mile from Lancaster on Lexing- just closed one of the most success ton pike. Will sell at a bargain, or ful meetings ever held at Mt. Tabor trade for a farm oft pike. Also have j Baptist church with about 20 addi-4- 6 acre of land, with good house tions to the church. Dr. Montgom-an- d mite off Lexington ery is a most forceful bam, one-haspeaker, a pike that is a bargain for quick sale. great teacher and a second Billy G. C. Walker, (tf ) ' Sunday when in the pulpit. After a two weeks series, of meeting the Rev. D. P. Montgomery and son, Dargan left Sunday night for their home at Greenville. S. C. after The men with foresight are now rclt of a few lUyj the. wjl, be(fin arranging for their obligations duea meetinK ln S. C. at the c0ic of March 1st. Our long term Farmwhlch tht. will Kain rtfturn t0 Kt.n. Loans will enable you to do this. It. tucky t0 bn.ln a mtfi.Ung on the Uth. will save your farm and protect your 0f September at Upton, about sixty Come in and talk it overmM South of i.0uUvi1Ie. credit. lthu4- ! 5Ir- - J- - T- - Thompson was in Lan- . ... Ika"Ti4l t. Uta l lstf caster .Saturday-Mr- . S02 Fayette National Bank, Morri Todd ha a perfectly Lexington, Ky. new Ford Roadster. Idle? Big business I ready for Miss Elizabeth Conn was quite ill you. Sell 137 products direct to far- a few days this week. mers on credit. If you own team Mr. Robt. Garnett of Richmond, or auto, aro under 20, can give bond, visited M uncle, Mr. L. J. Fish we start you. Twenty million use our products. Good territory open. Mrs. Ed Hedrick of Lexington it Write J. R. Watkin Co.. M. I. Dept. 115, Winona, Minn. the gueat of her neice, Mrs. Ledford. , "If ypur life chance." Mr. E. H. Walker Jr.. has been taking a vacation frjm the Hank the past two weeks. of Whitley The Mlsse Terrili. county are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Tho. P. King. Mrs. Willie Metca'.f was quite ill the latter part of the week, but is To much better at this writing. Misses Beulah und Marie Ledford and Ruth Rot and Messrs. Olin Pat rick, D. E. Montgomery and Bert Ward, were Bereu visitor Saturday lf Poland China Boar for sale. From one of Iowa's best herds. You must see this We are boar to. appreciate him through with him and will sell him worth the money Z. T. Rice and Son, 4 mies on Buckeye pike. One bis type, big bone, Helen. Mr. and Mrs. J. It. Chestnut of Uerea, Mr. and Mrs. Luther Peyton, The new is a thorouhhreil Four-Cylimlcr Htiit k. a h-- rr of its name. pedigreed car announced, well worthy Lim of Lancaster, were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Chestnut in Paint Down to the very hut detail, 7lm new model powemci every quality of endunni serviceability, complete comfort, and distinctive appearance that have always characterized Buick automobiles. The advent of this new Four make the Buick 1922 line complete. It otter, to purchaser of a car of thta size all the quality and service that go to nuk ua the name "Buick." The 'Buick A Valre-in-Hea- d The engine, Valve-in-Head Engine fower Want That Has Proved Itself A Suggestion To Farmers Buick concentration of Buick's engineering skill and experience in building motors assures the highest standard of performance obtainable today. Every other unit is of a duality equal to the power Elant. The whole assembly constitutes a perfectly chassis which is of typical Buick construction. The equipment of Cord Tires is merely evidence of the quality which characterizes the entire car. Two open and two closed body types mounted on the llutck built chattis comprise the newserie.. time-tsMt-ed of course, is of type. The the ar year-after-ye- Valve-in-He- ad fcJ 1 .vrtt- Even the most casual inspection of the details of desist and workmanship will reveal that full mcisurcof quality which motoristshavc learned toassociatewith Buick. A Great Car, Prices Make It An. Even GrtaserValue Obviously a high grade automobile a genuine Buick production the prices listed below make this great Four even greater. A value such as this is possible only because of the combination of Buick engineering skill devoted to the one ideal of quality, Buick production facilities developed over nearly a iluarter of a century, and Buick's nation-wid- e distribution and service organization. Prices 22-3- 4 22-3- S 22-3- Two Passenger Roadster Five I'ancngcr Touring I 6 MONEY Three Passenger Coupe . - I 22-3- 7 Five Pauenger Sedan - AUIMtn f. O. H. Himi, SUhtu 93$ J7S 1475 16S0 CrJ 'Tim SUtnJarJ i'fuifmml m dll SttJth newest addition to its line. It places upon it unreservedly the Buick guarantee carried by every Buick automobile produced. That its confidence is well placed is manifested not only by the keen interest with which motorists have awaited this announcement, but also the advance orders 'pUctjti by distributors, dealers, and the general public. The Buick Motor Company is proud of the Buick Four. It has the faith of long experience in this Loan On afternoon. Farms tut ttitHy Mittn Lom AgMt Court Koum LaacMttr, Ky. Mis Lucille Lackey of Lancaster, was the guest of M4 Fannie Dow den the tint of the week and attend ed the Sunday Schoo' Convention at Lancaster Buick Co. CONN ft CONN GAIAGI. LtUfCAITtlt, NT. BUILT-BUI- CK Leavell Green. Mr. John Wynn lost a dozen ice tea spoons out of her car Friday night at church. The tinder will re ceive a reward by leaving them at R. t WHEN BETTER AUTOMOBILES ARE WILL BUILD THIM