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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): August 18, 1921 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1921 cen1921081801_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 18, 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. THIHTmlCOWB YMH LANCASTER. KY.. THURSDAY AFTERNOON. AUGUST 18. 1921. i NUMBER 2(1. BIG DOINGS PIGS AND POULTRY 0 T, day wiH b" 'w'1' AT SOMERSET. MEETING The first nanuol exhibit of the bjy .,1 off hen- - next Monday. August f county and girt' jrfg and poultry c'ub 2'Jnd., tt being the regular fiosd en t T .e protned building anil routing court day. the opening day of theiOarrard county will be it "i- - Central Dixie Highway, that nn.i lawn of the uimumot arnue.i .n t August term of Circuit lourSeptet., a take thf name of the "Dixie with Honorable J. N. Kehoe. billed High School, on Saturday. A r Line" again being ngitnted and farmer and tobacco her Jrd.. at two o'clock in the after to speak to the . raturally Lancaster and her citizen of thin and adjoining rovn-tin- tioan. Krowers exare getting interested. There hn The exhibit will be held under the a rocord breaking crowd . been ,ome talk of tin road being pected and from all indication it will direction of Mm Joyow Syler. our routed from Lexington, through Home l)emntrattoa Agent and for he here faithfully N. hol.MVi!le. Danville, Stanford and It was one of the master stroke whwh she ho worked so on to Somerset and leave Lancaster It is especiHut'.. t..e ta ir of fain, p if the season, when County Chairman for the pat six month Loxing- -' out in the cokl, cold world delegation of tfl I.OU..V.' e i,n' Man. lay in ar Fo I. Walker seeared the ally desired that a Ur Judge Lewi . county and the The promoter of thu ro.nl mu.t game. Lu:He business firms qi service of Mr. Kehoe to enlighten t.tien of Oarrnrd A1U1 -- nCl. .th,nk the citizen of Garrani county feOpt. city attend the exhibit, .tad e for closing their door .n order that theT ami growers of the coun-tthe farmer a lot of jelly tih. if they propou to plan f mar- themselves just what tho boy and employe mi) attend the game on the Loc.l Post To Be Repre.ented. iiccomplMiwI dertan the Among the tnoutnd of pejple keting tobacco, he being a man if girl tJafr-lr'm ability, at present . past four month, who these club present were the Honorable I., ti. .scknowledged !'ot Adjutant Chas. M. Tnomp)n 'of rou iU eount ani1 n' organ tied. grower in the Dnvidson. Saafley Hugh. .Sr., John ha receivtni the official notice that jnty.Jettt. Uncatcr. farmer and toluceo never build any nine Many handiomo and valuable U. Cam an.) I'.obt L. Ktkin Maysville district, a lawyer and the American Legion canvenUon of tawn t0 bui,', P will be awarded tho winners Ken- - prize Master Sautley Hughe. Jr. wa be held .n l.ex.ngton Thur.day and congressman from the MnlH e ex,en.e of the ct w,f I" c,ao' ar." ln wrjtt.e chaperm and proving" Friday. Sept. 1st. and 2nd., at the tucky dUtrtct. l' of UiH'alter. nee verily. in we poultry snow. reryti ng by i n Phoenix Hill Auditorium. The growers of this county are why go around "Robin the we are not alile at in. usne a an throughout Several of the coming intenely intereted in ,,,M,d lf bttrn ute plan of marketing their to- nouo. e I the . pna.' t I.n. the fwultry are writing other pots ak-- ' Sapiro the Sute .. . . .... .. I . ou save 10 'i to be an air line. uufc wr win WC IIW.1V 1BU. bacco and indication point to the 111 k.wii wiuill .u u'i.iii ivuuiii per cent of the distance between The egg for the poultry wo'l were fact that noon the .liMired 7S per cent aire for State Commander while oth- - Nicholasvilltj and given out by Her. W A. Ilnme. of ! the county will be pledged in en are aiking for the support to have the road through Stanford by route Lancaster ami on j Several meeting in the county-hav- Mane. find are of the pure Rhode the V2" convention in their city. to Stanford. I been held during the past werk Mand Red vartoty. The pig I I shown I Thi i without a doubt one of the II tf Project No. --'3 adopted by the (Jen-er: ...u.,.--- . ur . one at llryantsvllle. when ISO were Pnond in (iarrard will he virrj greatest thing that the Atsembly of 10'Jfl, run from present and showed much interett. cnina stock. lo,, Jf f 10 mfn ean ,' lt?l together about once Ntchol.isville, through Lancaster and the pic are a fal- The prize Taint L.ck wa largeconn The meeting at 3fll sture hav- -' a year and look after the men who One may take the fortunate than themselves on to Stanford. ly attended and the grower of that low . ing beun destroyed by tire lnt week. were Ie . ii. . , ,"un"i l,n,p- "" m Uncoln county The Interior land al-- ) to work out the next year map of the Primary System f State ''mn" em almost solid for the plan action by program. Quite a deiegaXion will and Federal Highway, adopted and are pledging their crop without nate.t tiy fcan.len Hroasers. Journal ay: the Assembly of 11)20, and draw a gilt, ilonaud -- nd. prize, Hamphire The Buckeye meeting was Krom whi(l th(. nt4.nor Journal attend from the Hvidal Sanford l'ot hettatlon. straight line from Cincinnati to Som,,.,.. ... rf..rt uat ma.ie to till No. 35. alto well attended and an organiza- by Joe Aldndge. . erset and it will run directly through , , Con 3rd pnxe. i..nvjne.i nog nou-- . h wf K tion will be completed in that dutnct the public square in Lancaster. given by S. S S littmber Co L Hud- - d.iy night when hi week. tore, between this Lancatcr will send a big delegason i. Knrnau (Htumhi-imi! Cr:ili Oreharil burn- To Reach Goal By Sep 1st. tion to Somerset on Friday, August ith. prize. JIOOD cash, by (JooJIo. H AfcoBt 3R h(jur jft th(. flre a HurBelieving that the propoe. Jilth., the day that ha been set by Aoci-tio- n and Wnlker Brother. terrific exploilon occurred and it wa At a meeting of the Lancaster ley ToWco 5th urn- - 1H.0J cah. hv Huel-- ' found tn.it a bomb, which had been Ball Club held last Tuesday evening Governor Morrow to discus the progoal by September will reach it posed routing of this highway, which den Brother tilfid.l tifiilr t(i rmim Mr anil Mr. the resignations of Messrs. OUle Car1, chairman and precinct worker in should have been .selected at ChatIth pnze. 100 piund. of pig feel.,,. nn formerlv occu.,lr,i hj(l .... penter and William Ktnnaird, Mgr. tanooga fifteen countle of the Ulue Grass by F B. Marksbury A Co. several year ago, had not gone otf at the de- - and Captain of the local nine were plotted. Had it area, Monday began a two week' politic gotten Into it and a comprow pnze. sauu C4.. ny u.rraru hour Mr am, Mr, Con mwhl accepted, owing to the fact that thee drive at the conclusion of which all Milling 0.1. two mise was made, by adopting h;ive ,);en ,own t0 atoms. On the gtntlemen have positions that will officials of the organization and pro. Dixie Highways, from Chattanooga Hth. prize. J5.00 cah. by Can near,, taVe them away from Lancaster. nunt biiote tRe rir Mr Conn mnenl growers arc confident that at Brothert. to Cincinnati. i Messrs. A. I). Joseph and Richard no)je aj,oul m4 Jtore at a 3tc hour least riO.tOO.OOO pounds of the 19J1 ha The Chamber of Commerce ith prize. 15.00 pur of hoe by . . hl. UH. I1U. . He Lackey were unanimously elected called a meeting for tomorrow night crop of tobacco will be added to the 'J W Smith already pledged. tw no one. but ti confident that an Manager and Captain. 'JO, 000, 000 pound at the court house when thi subject Prize for poultry winners will be ,,dr Lancaster has one of the best will be discussed and a committee wat maJo tnat ntl.ht With all county division properly announced later in rVntmt tvnntllfLv .in. the bomb and set the building on tire. organized, and every worker enthusinamed to attend the meeting at Som He upect parties and will spare feel sure under the leadership of the astic concernlr.it the termination of 4- l erset. VjOOO 'neither mean nor efforts in bringing gentlemen named above that they the campaign. It : expected by the their leader of the movement that the necKirbv Teiter sold seven Iat them to Juitice, if guilty A good j will holdJoseph present standing Mgr. and his string of men essary 75 per cetn of the leaf crop week, of his own raising, that were.J,!,, oi bootlegging has been going m the section Mr. Conn lived in are today (Thursday) invading the enn be oecured by November 15, the JOt days old and that weighed good citi-er- y vicinity of Brodhead. the association i pound, practically a pound for ev.;nd being a day on which the bootleggers naturally had brought into existence or dropped. day of their age. this we call a In a judicial race in a Republican h,m- - H ha ltvtn ou: u of the movement l good record and one that "The succe eIdom I district in Laitern Kentucky a year d assured," Joseph 1'aMonneau, organi- equaled anywhere. They were by a 'poken in his denunciation of There will be an Ice Cream supper ago, a contest developed the fact that and other outlawry, and it nt the zation manager declares In a written China boar and out of White ehiireh Ssturiinv both bodies had used money freely In more than likely that ,t wa thenl8htt Auifim .JOthi for th(. bfni.fil the primary and some of the voter statement. "The association will be Chester sow doing business thi year" Mr Paan-neaintension of the guilty parties to f ,he chufch Wl be hM , the had taken money from both side. I send him and his good wife wherej(yard if the weather Is favorable. who has worked in other coThi feature of Republican itragety they would forever be out of the way. operative movements, and who was seems to have been repeated in the Ktnnaipl, younget Mr. and Mr. Conn got out of the Mr William aent to Lexington by Judge Ralph W primary Saturday, for at Hazard all Bingham, stated Saturday; that no- son of Or and Mrs. J. B. Ktnnaird, burning building In time to save only tl... li?ifiL' viilnnlnrilv- - elneil rather Twenty-twyears ago there camelhan where had he seen a greater enthu-iaa- left Monday for Lexington, where he a very few thing. Mrs. Conn, in an. further part jfJ he Loyd deluge on the part of the press, bank- reported to the Chief Prohibition Of- her excitement failed to get any of to live with Mr. and Mr. of bills of small denomination her clothe and had to borrow a dre Bourne a little baby girl who was gtv-e- n that swept the county. According to er and other interests in Kentucky ficer for the State, and ha been to the Wetern district j and a pair of shoes from a neighbor Mr plan. the name of Hanna Loyd. From the new report, one of the bank for the Mr. Kinnatrd i on of Lancatet's until she could replenish her supply. the very beginning she wa a ray of statement folowl. pafd out $'J2,000 and another $18, mot popular young men, having The los. Mr. Conn thinks, is fully unhlnc and afterward became the 000 in $1 bills Thursday and Friday, Success Is Assured. j graduated from the High School some Being $8,000. partly covered by Insurance. favorite of the household. while a third bank was hevlly drawn "The movement for the lluriey To- - ' few year ago and later attended He had a policy of $1,400 with the tint born she held a very warm on for bills of that denomination. A bacco Marketing Association has. pro- Centre College. We will ail mi D. Wearen and one for $1,000 with plsce in the heart of father and banker said more than $50,000 in $1 now gressed sufficiently that it t "Red" and wlh for him much R. M. Newland, The neighbor have mother, in fact the whole family bills had been obtained by candidates practcally certain that the neceary in hi new field. been exceedingly kind to them. Idolized her. To know her was to in the Inst week. The Hazard sup seventy-fiv- e per cent of the tobacco love her. On Sunday evening just ply, having been exhausted, Cincin organuatton bewill be signed to the a the church bell. were calling the nati banks were called upon. fore the fifteenth of November, and people to the house of God forovor-hlp- , And this, beloved brethern, I the ! thus assure the incorporation of the After an illness of many, many the Angel came to the home party which pledged itself in 1U! to association for doing butne. this aged of Bro. Tom Poynter on Richmond months, Mrs. Kllsha Forbe. year. In none of the organization Gilbert Creek ha a bil'. team that IS years, died at her home near Mt. Street and carried away the Spirit stop crooked election, bribery, par 1 Ions and high taxe In Kentucky! have been i attracting ome attention and on campaigns with which Hebron last week. At the age of of Hannah Loyd. hi wife to be with...- - toM - u ,. tm. tjme thl.,. weri. associated has definite prospects of next Saturday afternoon they will eleven, O i to the IUT oawor. She had profe.sed faith I fl)0lIlir you, UV prayed with vou she wa converted ituccesa been evident as early after cross bat with the "Nine Cousins" Baptit church, and of which lie hadj,t, Christ an d united with the Baptit'not t0 believo the enemy w ithout the the launching of the movement a a Uncoln team with .ime record as Since that time she had gates and warned you that their been a devoted member up to the church. has been the cae with this hurley fast player. A good crowd should lived a consistant Christian life. wooden horse wa time of her death. "loaded." You association." will. see this gair.8 and doubtless Beside her husband he i lurvivoii Like the wise Virgin she had her have lived to realize In sackcloth and Endorsed By Cantrill. For the benefit of the team an ice by three Mr. Martin Brogli. lamp trimmed and burning when the ashes that we were right. If you Congresiman J. Campbell Cantrill, cream supper will be given at the of this county, and Mr. S. N. Mor Savior called n.i :h" went home to don't get a sufficient dose of Repub-heiSaturday evening at 7:30 - ,live with Him and her darling babe, one of the largest growers of hurley station ford and Mr. J. K Sherow of administration in Kentucky now tobacco In Scott cunty, in an ad- o'clock and all are cordially invited mine county, two brothers. J. W. who preceded her to the grave by and the end of Kd Marrow's term we to attend and help the boy out of dress to about 1,000 tobacco growers Jackon and J. T, Jackon, of Okla - (only a few day. Funeral service are no longer a prophet, polticatiy at Georgetown endorsed without re- financial trouble. to Mr. were held at the grave on Tuesday leat. Interior Journal. She wa married homa. servation the contract of tho Uurley Forbes 3'J year ago and their life afternoon at three o'clock by Rev. Tobacco Marketing Association and together had been a happy one. The j Price T. Smith in the absence of her urged his neighbors to join the allosympathy of the community goe out j pastor. A great crowd of relative Almost every nun In tho cation. and friend gathered at the grave to The Death Angel visited the home to htm in his sad bereavement audience, which rilled the court house Funeral services were held at the pay their last respects to the deceas- of Mr. and Mrs, T. A. Sherrow and line running from The Reo bus rose when Congressman Cantrill, at he ed. May God of all grace bind up claimed for His own their sweet lit Stanford to Lexington via LANCAS- ML Hebron church, of which tho close of his address atked those taking the broken hearts and guide them to tle daughter, who was given July 'JO Interment a member. U working up 4 nice bumes. wa TER who favored the plan of obtaining that City not made with hands, and taken July -- 5th. The remain car, a large roomy one, leave place there. better price for the growers io stand The eternal in the Heavens. We can say were laid to rest in the Mt. Hebron Lancaster at li A. M , returning up. cemetery- with Thomas Hatting, reaches; Lancaster at 5 P. M. She wat allowed to stay but a litJesus while our heart are bleeding If we could devise some mean to who To all friend and neighbors, O'er the spoils that death ha won, tle while. Loaington pike to the were so kind to ut during the illness improve tho meeting We would at this solemn Mr. Sherrow and family formerly Tho boat rain foil thi year was Hickman river we have no doubt but of my dear wife. I wih to express my Calmly say "Thy will be done." of (aarrard county, but reside now run all the time incerett thank. 4 that thia lino would when thi County but 8in4ay in Nicaolasville. to earth about two aa ono-ha- tf and would be a great help to our Eliaha Forbe. She wat thine Dear Lord, and not By Thy hands tho boon waa given inches of rain, atarttag about 2 citictaa. Thou hat taktn but Thine own; our own. WANTED: Socond hand typeof the Lancaater Mr. President A. M. Sunday maniac aaa laatiac Wo aratst thee with all our hesrta Commercial Club, tet'a got boh lad writer. Eoatlagton or Underwood Lord of earth and God al Hoavtn, Mobil atont P. M. that ovtaiag. for such a precious loan. Evermore. "Thy will bo done." . Paint Lick Garage, Taia mia waa worth thiaaaaa of thia atw aenrice and asakt It a c- - referred. A Friend. Paint Lick Ky. ciHtaty. CLUBS In Lancaster Next Monday, County And Cir- To Compete For Prizes On Graded School cuit Court Day. Lawn. Whut promise to be one of caller's red letter OF COMMERCE MEETING AT COURT HOUSE FRIDAY EVENING, AUGUST 19TH. 7:30 O'CLOCK BUSINESS OF IMPORTANCE TO BE BROUGHT UP. EVERY MEMrJER URGED TO BE CHAMBER DIXIE AIR LINE Must Come W. T. WEST NAMED Through One Of State's Prohibition Officers. Lancaster And Not "Around Robin As in heated ,ti thec rnlumn .several week ago. it ttinl that Mr. W. Hood's Barn." T. Wet of thi eity held tho imttlf track fur one of the throe Prohibition Enforcement Offieor for tfee Suite of Kentucky, ami now wry much h the grntlHention of hn namurwu friends in thi county his appointment came last Monday and he was .wont in at Lexington hist Tuesday. He will probably be located in the Western part of the state with the title of Group Head Inspector. We might say here that Mr. Roy A. Hayes, who heads thl department at Washington took a personal Interest in the appointment of Mr. West ami :t wa through him that the appointment wa made. Mr. Hayne ha made a wise choice in the election of Mr West, who we know will prove to be an efficient and capable otfieer. being thoroughly in acconl with the Volstead Amendment. " THERE. i "Babe" Ruth Plays AMERICAN LEGION In Louisville. CONVENTION ajedr Be Held In JSt toil , . y e 1 wrt j will,," te - J' BOYLE COUNTY V. . .. e pjre Degroy8 Home And Store Of Fred J. Conn. f'1' tBr !W .,.,, -- .,, PPi Falling In Line Ana Many Pledge Crops. It i estimated that 500 grower of Boyle county were in the crowd that gathered at the court house there Monday afternoon in the interest of the Tobacco Meeting Association movement. The meeting wa addressed by Joseph Passon-nea- u and J. L. Knight, of Lexington, and C. E. Marvin, of Georgetown, who explained the plans of the association. A permanent organization was effected and F. T. Logan was elected chairman. Perry Ingram, vice chairman, and G. C. Settle, secretary. Men were appointed in every precinct In very county to make personal emit is confidently predicted that 75 vass of the growers for signers and per cent or more will sign up. To date, 'J75.000 pounds have been signed and the organization is just getting under way. At a meeting of the grower at Perryville Satur day 33 contracts were signed. 'i fr . . Mgr. Joseph And Capt. Lackey, Please. , u nog n IeCOru. ho. f.mt Attention Everybody. Every one who t interested In the welfare and uplift of Paint Lick community are asked to meet at Hall Saturday at three o'clock. There will be several women of Lancaster, who will give short talks on the betterment of this community. Come every one, both men and women and learn something to your interest and that of your family. Led-ford' t.il Some Republican Politics. j"". ' 1 fr Ice Cream Supper. boot-Polan- lmg u, Taxpayers Meeting. The chairman of the Agriculture department of the Chamber of Commerce of Lancaster and Garrard county, ask u to call a meeting of the tax paying farmers of Garrard county to meet at the court house in Lancaster next Monday, county court day, Immediately after the tobacco meeting which will be held at two o'clock in the afternoon. The object of the meeting U to see If some means may be devised by which the assessment of Garrard county lands may be reduced for taxation. Lands Nice Position. Mrs. Tom Poynter. o I Jec uc-C- Ball Game And Ice Cream Supper. Forbes. Casey Land Sells At $315. It seems as tf times are getting better when Caey county land, eight or ten mile off the railroad, sells at $315 per acre. That is what It brought at the sale of J. W. Biggins' two farms near Middlesburg Wednesday, Hughes McCarty, of this city had charge of the sale and Col. John A B. Dinwiddle wa on the block. small boundary sold at $315 per acre. Mr. M. A. Adam got 4'J acre for acres $5,tlD.3U; S. M. Carrier 15 far $i,rJl.a'J; and J. K. Coffey bought 40 for f4.8l3.H9. A good portion of the land u Green river bottoms, conldered the finest crn land to be found anywhere. Corn sold at $4.05; clover hay, 65c per 100 pounds In stack; tlx stacks of timothy hay, 70c per 100 pounds; ; mare mule pair hog $10.05; sheep $7 per head; 10 heifers $4.00 per 100 pound, cows $40 to $05; sows $15 to $20. An lmmne crowd wa present and bidding was lively. The ladies aid society of Mddlesburg set an excellent dinaer and made a nug sura for the good cause they represented. Interior Journal. 1- -3 $'J77--.50- 1 . nter. Jea r, Good Service To Lexington. Sherrow. Card Of Thanks. wel-cm- ' 4aNaM to tho A loose toagu I invariably a ig of a weak mind. Neither are nay particular valu to makiaa. t Th Central Record, Lancaster. Ky., A big moonlight picnic wa given nt tho home of Mis. Peachle Sims Tuesday night of this week. The moon, however, arrived on the scene too late to be of any benefit. The dog tight, which took place in the street in front of the torr at Hounding lllllow. roved to be one of the sporting evems of the finion. and held the innllenc! spellbound. It could net bo teamed haw the trou ble started. The Peplty Constable today was seen tnMng the tnr.isurenunt of Slle KildewV track in the mud across the road. So far 113 i known Sile ha not done a thine to be arrested for, but the Dcplty i.ys it won't hurt to have the tracks on tile if anj thing should happen. The Wild Onion fchoal teacher looked through the dictionary today and to hi surprise found several word spelled the other way. Thunday, Aug 18, 1921 USE LABOR TO BEST ADVANTAGE GENUINE BULL DURHAM tobacco makts 50 SScaratttsfbr Tht Stick r It a Modtrn Impltmtnt Utilising Hon Liber (or Putting tht .Miss Flutic Helcher seen to Hay on the Stack. sigh nnd look wishful at the plan to linve two men working together thi morning. Must bo expectby the l'nll.l Hlaln PtM to round up the luiiirlun, nlnrr mor ing a letter. mrnt ff Afrlrulturt) Tho liny crop, rrn when the labor nin he neconii.hl limn uhrti null Hogwallow Slim Pickens nccldently fell out aupply l normal, canse more worr), wiirkk nlnnr. It U a WMte of tlnir to pitch linj of n mulberry tree on Musket Kldgc anxiety, nod disappointment limn any onto h Tuesday morning. He was about other crop. The time for harvesting is wagon kinnll hujnu k on a IV u Inrsr hnjrmk oti a (Geo. Ilinham.) romparnllvely short Oilier crops re low reaily to come down anyhow. UllgOII. quire attention nt the tnme time. And I.ojiilUig t,By with plrhforks Dip Washington Hocks, who had hi; he weather Ik to he reckoned with Yam Sims was 'brown from hi hlinloat, klouavt, mill lnot eM-liiA great deal ? labor li wanted every up hand wrapped up week was the mule nnd considerably skinned ay. 'I he rnrn are worklnc eimarniitl harvest, say apectal ' believe it was center of curiosity, a everybody ex - !PMr """ Wednesday. Some ""rM Brv nolhlnc 11,1. t Nta of the fnttnl Stnti.. 1 Vi.artin.-ii- t done intentional as ho has n brand cept the blind man nKcd h'tn how of Agriculture, t:ot .eaue of actual I 'I'" ,U"'' ,f l,,,,, r l UMH '" Lo cot it hurt. new accident policy Uotie h Idlene. on the part of the m.rkrra. ,lr,l" l'ur' "t the work ln"" hut hevmi.e labor I eireiHle,l unneC- - 'V" ,,,,rw" "ml ",,,r" '"'r ei..rlly on ration thut do not nU'ut Sw Lbor on lht SUch- litlllie It ti the het ndvantage. If au ii rmr iiinii!.!- ine inoi ran he uri-niw- i oiii iy a SB KOK new cue that will enahlr the wnie erononuml methiHl of hauling hay to If the nnmher of men to nrroniptlah more the Mark, bam, or hny pre l not mwh more trtau one. work In the same lrnglli of time, or dlMame PLUMB few w men to itreompllnh the Mine fourth of a tulle. One iuhii. or a tuiy, work In the same length of time. It with n good puoh rake and a team will nun more hay uiml. more ued to the work will handle threo' ING nine at iiiiii'Ii hay 111 two men with ti .1 profit to the fanner, and u Letter con -f- -jfj 11 .. ,'! nmll rark on n high wheeled wagon. I X II 1 ovv dition for the country. LV ' Stnrklng hay with a Iii.!i ruke and Shift Burdtn frtm Man to Harat. nn tiirker mounted on wheel Although there l n scarcity of man ellmtnsleM nearly MCCARTHY all of the bark I labor there are Mill plenty of hore m breaking work of the nM pitchfork ' .rheiM.iwinr: on wo! furm, and herein largely lle inethixl. With a yl.ld of one to one Heatiag, RWmi the Mitutloti of the problem. On farm and a half ton to the acre, two mvn l grown on the tinek hny ttiitJaril where considerable Galttriat, Etc. tan enMly hnndle all tnlho mutt he adoptrd by which the brought In by three push rakes. fc, greater part of the heavy labor la done areoiiipllhlii a vnt ving In Isbor Shop Phone 69. Lexington St. Lancaster, Ky. post-olTi- 10c i!iSfiers. When you take pride in your look your friends take pride in you. We can all improve our complexion and our looks if we will Rive a little time each night and morning to personal care. In our store we have many thing that will help make you beautiful. Our cold cream and lotion will make your skin smooth and build up it tissues. We have face powders to suit every complexion and TOILET ARTICLES for every personal need. Come to US for it. rrrrt Happenings. hltfi-uhn-le- Wllt-vt,- lt ''"' ,. - McRoberts Drug How To Help The Editor. which . Store 1 i ?w AfliS rxpymfii 1 an wm- 11 t tin-ha- 1 ILLITERACY Slmv; ongni Tiwwze T11 Tv population I'.S. and 5.1 for the urban. For the native white population of nat,vc Prnta thc ur,,an rercent- (population the percentace is 18.0 in as gainst 23.0 W ' ontnnlfv lYUUUliyv. to the censu., of 1020 J whlle tht. oi ,Ultl.rncy ls rura' ' sf5, In t',c cnsc ot nfRro According there are 155.01-- illiterate persons UVl tl CfllB VI ,V alllll of Kentucky, "illiterate Of this number unable to write. 110,002 are native whites of native j parentage, 1.304 are of foreien or Out. mixed parentage, and 2,241 arc of Suspend all busii.es. foreign birth. The number of illiterQuit buying and tolling! ate Neeroes is 40.54S. In tho total Quit advertising! population ten years of age and over Quit eating! the percentage of illiteracy is S.4, Let's give oursclvc up, heart and which, it is gratifying to note, shows soul, to an orgy o: gloom. a diminution wince 1010, when it was iBBBBBaaaaaaaaaaaaaavBwaBaBalvVBaBBiK'1 Let's howl, and howl, and howl' 12.1. In the case of the negroes the Let'. cuss the country, business percentage declined from 27.C to 21, tsBaBBBBBBBBBaaVSUllBaBBBBBBBaaBBBK' and in the case of the native white, our town, our nelbors and each of native parentage from 10.7 to 7.3. other. There is more illiteracy in the rural Let's get it all out of our systems district of the state than in the cities and then GO TO WOKK! the percentage being for the rural Atlanti Constitut on, iBsMWWwt s,i.iis J?Z!JlsUWtsJ "T"'! ,K.rcrntaKC of Ht BVV I illiteracy ranees from 1M.I in Leslie County to 1.1 Iin Campbell County. Get It by hnre, ThN will neceMltate the general ue of lertnln tj-of saving machinery, some of thera not coin tin 'Ci In the Katt. which have been tlioroughly and proved uitlsfactory In the western part of the t'nlted State. Tlie small hay grower however, need not make n ery heavy Investment In new having npparatu. for by rearninglng the working of hU crew and using a little more horse labor for the ha ml work he can add considerably to the efficiency of his crew. Her sr some suggestions made by tha peolHllM for avoiding of Inbor In liaymaklug. Do not run two or more mowers cIom together If the front rnowvr has any trouble that cause It to slop, all of tha monani usually wait while re pairs are maue on one. rtiere Is a tendency, aIo, fur drUeri to waste s lb.r tetl and hay over the pitchfork method .Miollier tnethoil not n but still vastly better than the pitchfork method l n tscker equipment with dooble fork The outfit can be made at home and will rot very llttln com pnred with the labor It save, bnt harder work l neceary to get the hay on the stuck than with tha overshot starker When hay l to be baled from the field, one man by worklnc In tha afternoon, run round up enough hay which lis len hunched by push rnkn to Veep the pre going nut rooming until the dew- - l gone from tho hay In the wlcilriw When the hay Is not thus rounded up the crew will hour or more on morning when there l n henvy dew Careleuness In tettlng the prea may result In ! When the press of la projerly set two nun can get plenty nf hay to It from the stark. g(l harn lost-tw- o lnlr REDUCE LOSSES IN SHIPPING Mors Cartful Handling In Harvesting and Packing Spinach la Urged by Specialists. Ixiske In 33Ett Sv;iSvSvi3':'2S'i23v'2ffir?-3S'?SS-- : YOU Can't Keep A Good Farmer Down Why is it farmers keep ritrht on beiiifr successful in the face of adversity? It is not "luck." It is the use of plain horse sense, endur-inpluck, and hard work. His horse sense leads him to buy the most modern implements obtainable. His pluck and his hard work enable him to use them to best advantage. We are Knowing a wonderful line of modern implements for the farmer. They are the means of wrestintr success from adversity, and the price is within thc reach of all. Wo !" carry n enmjilete line of General Merchandise, nnd as you know, we sell for CASH ONLY, therefore you get your money's worth in each purchase. K ( I Becker & Ballard BRTANTfVILLI, KENTUCKY. shipment of tplnarli run In- - rreatlj' redured by rarefui handling In harv-tl- ns and packing together with effect Ire refrigeration In transit, arrordlng to A Four.Whstled Pusn Rsk. seelallsl. of the bureitu of market of the 1'rilted Sinle Department of niurn nine inikiiig wnen mey Slop agrlrtillure. I'ersy and deterioration ocrnslonally to let the team rst. A ' in caused by the development go-- i practice when two or more ma , f k,liv Nlf r, tm f chines are I. for .arh driver rTS , om htu,nK to liiy off u land" for hlin- -lf and ,,,, , Wtl). ,U.svU,p work Independently, so the,,, will be trBrik1t ulM.n u.mvtnWr c,'(J1,nllH no interf. reiK-- from othor tnnrhliiea. ,re favorable." say of ( Sidt Osllvsry Raks It Bttt. the bureau. "It starts tt plnees whre Do not tuni hay by lar.il, It U tool the lenvei. have bin bruised or costly. The cheapest and most efficient j wounded, nt.d It very freotiently ful wny of stirring hay in the windrow m ' attacks of blight or other field e with a tedder. One iiiMi diseases. Other rniisM of drterlom with s tedder will do more work than Hon In truntit are yellowing and wilt 11 men stirring with hand forks. It lac "f the Uuves. Prompt haudllng Is not even necessary to have n man nr.il shipment at a low-- temp, ruture to run the tedder A boy big enough largely reduce from these to drive u team will do Just as much causes." When barrels un- - uel. It Is adviswork. A rake nperMed by a man able to statter irushed Ue In several lavtrs through the tontaii.er, u large make raking very rot!y. A luyer being placed oi top ef the spin sulky rake It belter, but the rake Is bet. When curing Is arh belt to the I urn I hind. Holes done In the swnth nnd a hay loader bored In the bottom ot the barrel drulnnge. Milpirrnts In baskets Is used, the crew inn sturt taking the hsy front the wlndrotv as soon nt tho or i rati s uirry best with n aJ(r f tide delivery has mude ore double win crushed Ice III the tenter of the chi drow iirroit. tin- - field., if the sulky tiilner mid another ui)r ou top of nike h used, the rrew will have to the Kiilnurli Just utnUr the towr wait until the rake rjis gone several time Hcrottt tho Held In this matter CHIEF CAUSE OF SWARMING the extint nf the haying operations bus to l considered, of course On very Lack of Vtntilatlon and Spact for small farm the use of the sldi-d- iQuttn Bet to Lay Eggt En. llvery ruke might not be economy. courage RtttltMntsa, If the weather I clear and the hny Is In proper condition, there, will be Tliss inulii rnuses leudlng to twonti- - ) no necessity for bay cap or for lug uru Isrk of veulllallon, lack, of , further labor till the hny Is huiiled, space for the iue-bw tg lay eggs, Hut hy rnpt will pay for llirmselvi- - liisufMcleiit room for storing hiciey, I In one year when tho weather la bud. and of drones or They r more epclaly needed with queen bee thut lias become tisi old clover, alfalfa, and peii vine, all of To prevent awiirmlng therefor, these cure slowly which coudllluii must be avoided, suggest I If hay I to be hunched, the hand tho Extension Servlco bivkeeptnc method It too exnlve, A i ipst'lallsl The alone I noriunl milky ruke ran hunch .Kl acre or mure ly capable of In) lug eggs, and for day and u hy mn drive It (nM this reason aw ruling la iicceMury to n man. Kven more 'ii'.omake now eoloi, es uud the ' ho saved, however by ulii" moo. Tlie ii iuen alauya comes -l rake to huneh liar nfievwnna. out with the -fBkfd Into the .h laBBBBBaSPIKRKart! ni y Here are seven aumely anyone can help his editor. ptvhvt rMM, ,rnnBn; , They were pr..nttj b a cutitry . ,n Mmr bwjl yoar editor on community newspaper during Farmer' W.ek at CorHell: i basit. yoaf r,w , hlm ,wr. l irst of all. cie him the news; he ,y Th u w f()r want it. (lire it Win. ev.i tho H,k th day a(,rr th(, pr,.vteu, IMjb. sumetimes it does not iret m )lfaiiai. day . t time aiway. to UH;,lmr ,0 t ,f yM mnV It take paper He nr,, paprr you why -- me piece of eu W ,M ever woofer wisat the e.lltor use ; but ten t Me he hurf a per- - Jw M tfcy UMP Mween puldsc.Uan fectly good a.,,1 .n nerwiwl mum. Yu wld know if hw were (.ive hmi the news, even tho you may ptlM,nt.r yorsetf. -- terestd not be epWH,lly it. U,Uy, r m m, y l,ome folk never tVnk to Kive tin, M.y. hmif. ir,ntw, editor newa except when they reit,, UBW ,urtBl. ,bt. lUy nn concernl in it onv 'vy r imothor sxil h,v more of , r,.B,jallen of .Second, dsn t piw Mm a piece ofwh,t a Jvb to makt. a ((unt news and tell hint you want it print-newi'er ed jut n it written. Th.tre's' a right ami a wreni: wBy to do even Growers ucn i simple toing; as writing an article for a country newspaper. One Field Meeting. editor had to leave town became l'!ans are being made liy thc Henevery piece of new just us derson County Fruit Growers Assoit was hiiHded in spelling, punttu-ntiociation in cooperation with the Ken- nnd all and printed it with .iljli ... C..,.. tf ........la. ..- -t O the name of the pern who gave it , for a field meeting to be held in Hen- to him derion County. September 5 and il, Third, don't try tv play a joke thru according to an announcement by the paper unless you explain it to II. It. Nlswonger. extension specialist ... ..jlitiir ..1.1 .V...... VV, ''n lrltajr frm the College of 1,1,,; looks n and Agriculture. Automobile trips will ....... . . ,.. , rrKMiesi ... . , word of mouth, when the voice, the ',w n ,. . . vnmj isr we iurpose oi. siuuy-la- g facial expression and a gesture, per all phases of urrhnrd manage- haps, help to it meaning. mo Fourth, don't worry for fenr the twlegc of Agriculture at Lexington editor is making to., muchu' money: f SkiSs.t Kai . sb........ mvr ... k, v.i. ,..,il.l :.u, lircan and TvnU gveToTa,MatM th" l better Mper. He wi!l be loss likel.v Some pcoplo are so tusy tclline to have to compromne with his run- others what to do they have no time science over ceriai.. knd of left in which to do those things fortune out of hs paper; ho lurkv if ke hs keeti 11 Kifth. hi- ready to tell yur editor when something in tSe paper please i a while yu toll your yMl. () Wi.'l lit ri' flu ,m c. , j, - ,,r 1 Henderson Plan n V -- i""",e . " ' "' - thorn-ti-.in- g. And. enr-j'.v- , r , .ui't t selves. n-- ,,(,,,,, e r two-hor- THE UNIVERSAL CAN Thc fimpllctty rf thc Ford car, its stability in construction, the Almoin heat trcateil an.Kltum steel with its tnarvclous strength and flexibility, the low ct st i f operation nml maintenance, its case in operation, all have made thc Kord car thc treat favorite in every land in thc world. It's thc one car that always .satisfies and A utility beyond question that all can aliord. We will be pleased to have your order. Don't delay because the demand Vc have almost everyis heavy all the time. thing in motor car accessories, sell thc genuine Ford Parts, and assure the best in mechanical repair work. one-hors- e two-hors- e pri-vl- de Haseldin Bros Garage. not Interested in any cur except Ford two-hors- e qm-i'i- - - Tht Central lUcord, Lancatttr, American Lcffion News More Own 170,000 women, mem Ky.. Thursday Aug 18, 1921 BUCKEYE Mr, Jess Hill wore in Dm-vill- e Friday. Mr. Charlie Grow wis in It.chmond Friday and Siturda Messrs. It. VV. Sanders and I.om.i Wool, were in Dmville, Friday. Mr. Koy C. Long. Kristin llroid-dand Jessie II ly are on the. sick list. Mn Frank tmd it improving Mr. I.cnty Hay continues about t ie lame. Preaching here Saturday even ng at 7:J0 o'clock, Sunday morning at eleven o'clock. Mrs. A Manford. of Frankfort. ha been visiting Mr. nnd Mrs. K U. Mr. anil u her of 3,400 unlit, will be represent ed at the llrst national convention of the Women' Auxiliary of the American Legion to be held at Km- at City simultaneously with the third national convention of the Legion October .11 to November 2. The ha completed deputmental organizations in more than thirty Ute. At the coming convention it will select a national headquarters nnl perhaps a new name y When Nathan PoUk, a youth from which will be decided by the American Legion Armistice day. Joyce t.ewU, member of the Ameri can Legion at Long Prairie, Minn., w.i among the mourner at the fun- eral of hi buddy, Corporal Robert llurn lie at St. Paul, Minn., last week Lewi owe hi life to the dead soldier. The latter had dragged him wounded out of n ihell hole and w.i later killed In action, Lew-- ' recovered and returned to the United State, lie lost all trace of hi rescuer until he read in a newspaper th.lt the Hes' body would be brought from Trance for reburinl cago Cracks at Cr cold feet. tin. People who play with fire often get Many a big gun politically ti small bore morally. i We Have Just Received a CAR OF Free I generally worth no more than it costs. Posseing the best assurance that it will be done. The day of the .soap box orator ha ned. Hsxes are too expensive. a will to do is Kemember the Sabbath d ir, and ee if your neighbor keeps it holy. in American Wire Ukmnia, gave hi life to tbe ser- They then learned for nrt time of their .on' sacrifice. The American Legion is endeavoring to obtain for them $10,000 govenfment insurance, utate banu and dependent' The Hollywood. Cal.. at of the American Legion, competed chiefly of members of the motion picture colony, will tend more than 100 entertained te the annual reunion f Ange-1m- . division at I the nlnety-fif- t Sept. 21th and !Sth. George lloehmer. overseas veteran of Sprwgtleld. II!.. waited two year for the war rik bureau to adju.t The hM claim for compensation. award came etght hours after the veteran bud surcambesl to twberctt-losWilliam i. MeCauley. depart- vice of the L'nite.l State in Hi World and n spectacular aerial ilerby, parWar. he made n .i entire which may ticipated In by Kddle Rlckrnbachrr, two William Furlow, F.dgar To bin and ii.ive hi father, mother ami brother from deportation. The fam- other famous aviators, will be includily arrived in Minneapolis nearly pen- ed in a (lying circus to be held durniless and were taken in cutody by ing the third annual convention of Immigration authorities a violator the American Legion at Kansas City of certain immigration regulation October 31 to November 2ml. Alhtude trails, parachute drop Millionaires are often suecessfal matrimony and unsuccessful in love. ment commander of tho American Legion, who had been a son ting Hi tuektwn rner with hi coMpenauttM foJWswti wired to Washington a "lloehmer recsstvoti hi rsward this morning. Caso now in hand of bu maker." More than of the popu- lat.on oi r.aaciute. in.. ; I he town in tt.e American I.wob. rcion out of a popu-ha 104 latlon of Hftfl nd every one of thorn Is a member of the local Leg n post ot- - if tie An r .an Leg Kser one-eigh- th earui 1 'dn n 111 ee t . I w Lri-- . II . '.jr. ' oil .'r ' ' of ' e ' o 1 CASH AND CARRY PRICES You are cordially invited to visit us i Several from here attended Me j funral of Mr. and, Mn. Mllo Pre t'H at (Mead Siturday. h Mr. nd Mrs. T. C. Jenk.nt spent! Sunday with Mr. and Mr j llabt. IN Charging that Wtnthrop I). Line, a Few men are ever without friend ton, near lincaster. dci.ilogir.il expert employed by a Mrs. Geo. Hendren. Mr. tnd Mrs i until wey hegin to borruw money legislative investigating committee from them. Hugh MiUer and Muss Almi M iler.l in .New lorfc City, i editor of a I were in Dm v. lie Friday. Women look into a mirror in order pamphlet call! "Uncle Sam, Jailer" Misses Mary and Jane l)j-- , of' which attacked the Government on to ee themsevles at they wjnt others Lancaster, hav? been vi,'..ng Mr.1! the political prtsiortrr iUestion. the to see them. and Mrs. T. P. Pieratt. Authorized Agents. executive committee of the Kings When a fool man attempt to ar- l! County of the American Legion com- rue with a wom.iti he tlrt get licked U' Mr. T.II O.. Hill visited Mr. and , Mrs, .I. IIt. Tl prising enty New York pot. has and then geU mad. ont a petition to State .Senator MeyAnyone is Justified in loving this Mr. and Mr. Uay N'oel nnd daug er, chairman of the investigation town. It is full of beautiful women tr. Mr. and Mrs Forest Nuel werelw.ti Mr and Mrs. Aiex Creed M-K dimtst-..!- . W Ihn'irimi'r.. V committee, requesting line's Kranrls anil and attractive children. guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jasper Noei Pollard h expected nxt wecK. Master C'.'fton were week-en- d gueits It wuukl lie Inconsistent to accuu in Madison county Saturday n.ght Mrs. James Foiter and Mist Gene of Mr. jnd Mrs. t". O. Montgomry, A clash between employes of a find Sunday. n woman h.vlng n reus and th. iwlice of Fremont. Shemarriesi herself away. her pnee. Mr. II. W. Sanders ami daughters va lUyiiurn were entertimed at the near I.exingtjn. gave dome af Mr. J. I). Rjy Wednesday m Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Montgomery Nebraska, as the latter attempted The truth should be told at all Lucille and Hope, spent Monday and honor of Mrs. Ray's birthday. j lfl(J children. Mr. and Mr. H. L. to toH alleged "con" ironies, came Tuesday in Richmond with Mr. and Maggie Gnme. who has been j Thompson and daughter. Miss Velma, Mi fo an end when the mayor of the times, but it i often .safer to let the Mr. W. II. Gulley. with her mater. Mrs. Wm. Spoona-- i were tne guests of Mr. and Mrs. We.s- city threatened to eall out the other fellow do the telling. Mesdamcs Hiram Hay, J.'ora Test more. of Winchester, came home icy Thompson and family at Deun.i members of the American Legion, Women are quick u claim their to preserve law and order. The newly made prerogative in all hings er, 1. I. Jenkins, .niss halite Lou Tuesday for a few dy stay with her Vista Sunday. Teater an.l Mr. T. U. lull, spent mother, Mr. Graces. police were outnumber) by the except the payment Forbes. of the family Tuesday in tlichmond. Mr. Netf Walton lost a valuable .'irrtu rtsvstabouts who refused to fell. The death of Mrs. Ettshea Forbe.s. Mr. and Mrs Hugh Miller, of Fay norw last week, wmch he was riding muyor until the ob ordors of the A Mibcribor wants to know why it Pttsville. Ark., are visiting the latter announced that he would Uimr when it became frightened and jump which occurud at their home at oa Tuesday, Aug. 0th., was men to assist the would not be juv. a proper Ut tax a laughter. Mis Alma Miller and Mrs. tl over the bridge, breaking its legs, rait the Lev-io-n cat as a dog. That ahem do Miller' parent. Dr. and Mrn. Geo. t having to be killed. Mr. Walton quite a shock to her friends here. pwl.ee pendit . w Hondren. ad a narrow escape ;n savin? hw She was reared in this community and ipent part of her married life Ntttt In tht Dirk. Mrs Hiram Ray. Mr. N'ora Teater. ifo. If thus coantry keep en turning l pralrle-ow- l select the here. She was J" year of age and out millionaires a fellow will Mtie Sal .e Iau Tenter. Kthel Kay , t'lilin turrw .if Hie irulrie-li-; united with tne Baptist church hero MT. HEBRON ney wfti construct tliolr mt far have to be stone brake in order to and John Sanders, attended Ui funHt the age of 11 and lived a consistera! ..f Mr ay he aristocratic Forbes at Mt Hebron in dark .mily rhliiiiie), ent Christian life, ever ready to help We it I'.irestry Miiiruxlne, Aiiierlean the Mrs W. l Grow is convalescing. In F. per n en: mg in the the cause of Chnst. Her kind, esTe.: if ille wlpe-ker- i rim.tmite other Mr llettie Montgomery, of gentle disposition and chrwu.sti charI .i . .1 is not .'ontine.l tj .er-.do a familiar example of tills. is v. siting relatives here. acter was shown by the host of who uM of birds an a .re llu r vnst l isr of other njuKie rl I ll oer the Ij sctTenag in-- fathered to pay the las; tribute of Mr Spencer Scott er ' from a carbuncle on his uock. tespect. Funeral services were at t.'.e church here Wednesday Mr and Mr. W. N'. Grow, of Poor In addition to eating plenty afternoon ly Rev. Uourland, inter- ". of wholesome food and talcing rg HjMrnt Saturday witn Mr. W. L. ie. men: follow r.g :n t.:e Mt. Hebren ular exercise, your blood should be kept pure. S. S. S. will enrich Tie -- usUand and other j ceT.eter the blood and drive out tho ImT e farmers arc rejoic.n; over tne, bereaved one have t e sympathy of purities that came rheumatism, est ra.n Saturday night and Sunday j r irar.. fr ends eczema, tetter, pimples, black-head- s, I we nave had inc May. disbolls or other skin eases ariilns from Impoverished Mrs. J. C. Clark and Mim Jenr,e; icriBr.MraRi-iMKi.B-i,tablood. wgvr ui uju.iik, sjieni minciujy Per Spocut n.Tc kUt or for indf tdnml (ivic. mithout htrf, w.u their suter, Mrs. W. L. Grow. wr f MeJictl AJritor, me mgn eon or everything pre vent the advent of the low cost of anything. That fellow feeling c.iihsm a few- people to quickly recognixe the grant of a hog. Kay and family. Fence PRICE l.aj 816 REOUCTION J Boodloe Walker Bros 1 r,?Jg1J?MnsMssM s. ry iles.-rt.-- - e. ? e HOW TO HAVE Rich, Rmd Blood! t- I .e .b at our new location on the west side of Lexington street just on" the square, where we are prepared to oll'er you for cash, anything in our line at prices that mean a substantial saving. We are naming a few prices to show you we mean exactly what we say. Regular 50 cent 1 qt. Aluminum sauce pans 25 cts. Regular 75 cent 2 qt. Aluminum sauce pans 35 cti. Regular $1.00 3 qt. Aluminum sauce pans 50 cts. 1 lb. Calumet baking powder Regular 35 cent 25 ctt. 1 lb. Consumers baking powder Regular 25 cent 15 ct. Regular 20 cent No. 1 cans grated pineapple 15 cU. Regular 20 cent heavy weight 5 oz. oysters 15 cts. Regular 15 cent Rolled oats 10 cts. Regular 10 cent Sweet Heart toilet soap 5 cts. Regular $1.25 Royal Garden tea 75 cts. Regular $1.10 High Patent flour, 24 lb. bag, $1.00 Regular 40 cent table oil cloth, per yard 30 cts. Regular 15 cent towels 10 cts. Regular 40 cent Men's suspenders 25 cts. Regular $4.00 House paint, per gallon $1.98 Regular $15.00, 30 x 3A tires $11.50 Regular $13.50, 30 x 3 tires $9.00 Regular $3.45, 30 x 3 Red tubes $2.50 Regular $2.95, 30 x 3" Red tubes $2.00 Regular $1.00 Auto oil, per gallon 80 cts. e Extra special, one Summer Suit, All Wool, size 33, worth $25.00, only $9.98 One 4 burner, second hand, New Perfection oil stove, with high shelf, only $10.00 Full line of school supplies at attractive prices. A two-piec- S.S.S J UPSON 1 SSSCa S.Dtp !4iJ,AtUnt t & i". til Cf j, auf till. Util G For Rich. Red Bloot 9 Mr Wm. C.ark spent Sunday with Mr Simmie Clark. Mrs. Nannie Ray spent Tuesday w 1 Mr. and Mr. Mose Ray. Mi-- . Geneva Rayburn spent last week with Mrs. James Foster. Friend of Mr. Robert Simpin .ire orry to hear of hoc illness. Mesdames Sim Clark and Wm. chopping I. at e. were in Lanenrtor Tu.-day- . Mrs. Wm. Hkick and Mia Virg.n.a Ra were in Lancaster shopping last Tuesday. Mr and Mrs. John Yater were v .. rs :n Stanford Saturday night ard .Sunday. Mis Agnes Ray was the guest Sat-.r.l.i- y Montgomery ire receiving congratulations over I have just received e arr.val of a tine girl, who arrived supply of the ti tne Un. Grade of Guar-antee- d Mrs K. C. Mntgomer- - and little laug'-.ter- . Kla Mae. were w.th her' Rubber j parent. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Pierce the and will rubber your buggy for SI 1.00. m latter part of the week. Give me a trial and satisfy Mr. and Mrs. Underwood and lit- yourself. I'hone Is". 'le daughter, of Jessamine, were the week-en- d guests of Messrs. Hamlet A. H. VANHUSS if Jennings and Joe Hamm Lar.caster,Ky Mr. Herod Rain and children, of Lancaster, and Mis l.eoia Stone, of Ml sl 3s $g 1 ) Sb CH ttJ4 SS Danville, spent last week with relaMen and women are now considertives here and at Orchard Grove. Mrs. A. S. Dean ad grand children, ed equal, except wherein it interferes Mildred and Joe Harvey Dean, were with the prejudices of the men. gueu of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Dean Now that trie grafters- - have been it L::t?e H.ckm.in part of last week. k.cked out, it is reported that the Mr. ani Mrs. Eujrene Clark and l.t-i- e rubl.c beginning to loe interest daug r. of Ujj e. Mr ar I Mrs r bail ba.l Mr. and Mrs. Th. i Rubber Tireing Best I 1 1 ' 3 3 . night and Sunday of r. M V.r-i- " a P.ay. Mrs. Jasper Smith was the after-- , iMjti guesto Saturtlay of Mim V 1 Ray. . r. Vr. and Mr. Jmuie enter-- j t.. i.ed several of their friend at din-- , . r-- Cay Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Rlaek and Mr i ' ayton Ray spent Sunday with Mm. Nannie Kay. ' Mes.lame Sim Clark nnd W. M. Line were tho guests Thursday of Mr, Geo. Xaylor. Mm. W. M. Hlaek and daug.iter. were the guest Thursday of Mrs. j Jo in Vater and children. Mr 'J Mrs. Jimji Ilitk ,uui j Welding Repairing We are now in a position to handle all classes of welding and cutting as well as general machine and repair work. Oxy-Acetelyne Prompt Service We solicit your Inquiries when In the mar ket for Gas or Kerosene Engine Power. famly were the guests Sunday of; Mr and Mm. Charlie McMtltian. Misses Uessie Mae and Halite Kay were the attractive guests Saturday 1,'llun n.g'.t and Sunday of Mis. Murphy. Mis Vinrinla Ray left Tuesday for llrodhead to attend the fair and will be the guest for a few day of Miss Hlizabeth Gobel Barnes. Mr. Tom Pollard returned from Harlan Monday where ho had been Sanders Variety Cash. Store Lancaster, Ky. Hagan Gas Engine & Mfg COM PAIN Y Incorporated Wltciester, Kentucky. i Th Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday, Aug 18, 92 1 1 Lebanon came Tuesday to join ear sister, Mrs. Jas. Turner and daughter, CtbfflM Mr. Elmer Itiy t. Improving. Ml. Clark, of Sugar Creek, was Mis Delia M.ie, for .1 ten dys stay Mrs. C. M, Dean was in Danville the )tuet of Mn. Ed. Clark, Sunday. to Mr. Atet Durhim and family, of Mr Clarence McCulley is ill with shopping Saturday. typhoid fever. Sander and Miss llettie Harlan county The ptrty left last Mr. Mestrs. (' M Dean and A. II. y MILORID WHITf. RATES. Thursday. Mr Homer Teater wan here .in Swjpe, were In Lexington Saturday, Itoyston, have been shoppers in Single insertions Ic word business lat week. Mrs, Florence Ballard spent last I tr.I. Walrn Nw.p.p.r Union POOR RIDGE Ml No ail Ukon for leaa than 20c i Juanita Dunn, of Lancaster, Mr J.iper Matthew entertained Mollis derldl t.t walk to th t 'i of week in Crab Orchard with friend. Miss Stella week of a number of relative Tued.iy, in this column. No ads in this Mrs. Leslie llruner and Mr. John is the guet tht tlie bill, The eirly prlng air wm In- I Mr. James Sanders Is on the sick Mr. Wet Fain, of Hryantsvtlle. vlg'tnttlng ami perbsp on tint wsy the T. llurc ar' recent viltor In Louis, Doty. column chnriied. list. Mr. and Mr. Depper. of Huckner, a few day lat week with Ber- might be side ti tliluk out her proti- - v. lie. Seven insertions for tht Mr. Fred Simpson It quite ill at Kd. Sutton loin. .M!n? had come to the country for nard lta. M.nter J. H. UtiMe of Cincinnati came Monday to visit Mr. price of live this writing. tint very purte. tnvnu.t lb hurry A fe friends were entertaineJ an I confusing need of fit Mr. and family. Phone orders must b paid left her be- - las been the guest af his uncle, Mr. Kmm.i M.inford of Frankfort, The Mte Hogg, of Georgetown, Sunday at tie home of Mr. and Mn. wllJirel, tlrin Ifsther'i death had II. C. Ruble. promptly. visiting Mrs. James Sutder. are spending several day svitN Mr. M en Teater furred ucli m slinrt time ago that Mol Mr. Harry Mitchell, of llodgem- Mr. Caleb Johnson w visiting her Mr A. Preton of Mt Hebron wa lie, left nlone In the rent"! tt it. Iisd ville. arrived Tueiltiy a the guest nnd Mrs. Troy Hog. Mr. Almond Sutton and family daughter, tn Lexington this week. n v.itor of Mr. Homer IUy rhurs- - ben trouhLtl ntntut iiisny tlilnr. of II, A. Dawes, Jr. Kugenia Pollard were visMr. C II. WmtUkcr of lllrmlnR When the furniture was sold slid Ml FOlt KENT or SALE: Game day and Friday. Dr. nnd Mr. II. C. nnd son, and AUto ArnolJ suiting reliUves hen-Mr- . ham, All.. on public squire. week lbs houte vaoited. MollU found she lames Lear, attendetl the cirrus In itor :n Danville Sunday. Mr. Earl Daily spent the lat must at oti'M CNilder hoiid hum hi of Ol-tf.- ) Kdd Mobcrly and biby spent end with Mr. and Mr. Ajbie Hen-Jro- n earning her Ilveliln.!, Mte Norma Hum Montgomery' To the girl, the Lexington Thursday. Wednesdiy with Mrs. Lewis .Simpson. U.iy spent the week-ennear Kicholatvtlle. Miirld us a nrptes-In(rest bustne Mr. II. - Kennedy of Crab Or anil Mane Box T. A. llndlcy, of Danville, Mm Agne Simpson spent last Satplace fjr wtil.-t- i ilut lisd tieter beeu ihnrd is the guet of hi brother, with Mr. I. V. N'aylor Mr. and Mr. Hiram Land and sons, 171, hi two cows with younir calvej Margaret Dst, ha returne,! urday with Miss Minnie Fist, at Mis (lillead one tltUM. Orsuifatlier In hi later yeirs, Mr. M. O. Kennedy. 16 months, old, all attended the meeting at bull Ami w.m sn eisctlng l b irg.. yet Millie hud from Paint Lick, where she hki been Iluckeye. night last week Home, Poll HcrcforJs. fine stuff for sale. Mr Adam, of Miiouic w been hippy lier wsy. She Mrs. Mary Itostt and ether Mr. snd Mr. Jame Clark and fam. Mr. and Mr. Homer Hay spent the wss hippy tint ii lu cllmtH. the Louisville, wa the guest Thursday of niw friends. week-enly spent Thursdiy with Mr. and with hi parent. Mr. "teep hill, 4ii I .at liHiklng d wn on Mr. nnd Mr. It. P. llrown. '!'! KOlt SALE: 120 freh mountain Frank Itay and family. Matrr Hegan Wett Suttn and Mr. Lige llolton. the The walk ws .Il M. O. Moreland and Mi Mrs. ewe ami 4 back. Phone S3. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Scott and litMr. U'm. Davis and family were a long one; It uould protubly take tier ia ti Daw c attended the "Ten" in Dan sister., of Clneianati. are spendlsti: Suhib K. tle grand daughter, were guest of with Mi S. Carrier, Lancaster, Ky. visitor Saturday night and Sunday most of the ufterii'hm. Hut here and ville Tuesday given by Mls I'nnnie evenil week ft. tbeiv. a she uent lie pln 4 clump Sutton nnd other rekitivrs Mr. and Mrs. J.imex Mntthew Saturof Mr. and Mr. Mart Davis. Wooil.trd Durham. uf snowilrop forvlti their way Mi l.indii Ilroadu. of the Rich- day night. Mr. and Mr. Everett Warner and tliruuti the gru. or a hopofut butirti Mr. J. I.'. Dickerson and children KOlt SALE: ItufrJjjeMtor, Ma- Messrs. Wm. WSittnlcr one mint if yelijw iltfr.xllN. When the mlti .in I Mrs. Charlie Sunders, of Itii- - mond road, has been the guest of and I.. Kitchen Cabinet, charminir daugnter spent jestlc Il.inire, ,ecently w.t;, Mr. and Mr. Andrew came nil uaesitectilly. Mollle wm caster, were the guets Thursday of Mi Alice Sutton to attend the eve Cobb. It. II. I'reslon and C II. Whit several dozen utensil, Kltahen ning meetings at church. taker were in NVhola.vtlle and Win truJftng slung, stiirb.-- l In ber medi- Mr and Mrs. M. O. Kennedy. 5tott4. Mason Jars, etc Mr. and Mrs. Kd. Clark. Mr and Chester Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Hunter Davi and tation. She tol uppstled; all il,mn Miss Mnyme Italian! entertained Mn. J.'S. Gilbert. tho Iimg ni.nl wu no evl Mr. and Mr Mike Simpson moved attr.ict.ve daughter made a pleaant ntielter. Her thre nilt would lenee of the following to dinner Thursday: Mr. Teleafu Pollard were gvest (8.i-3t- .) be et lUlit Sunday. to Lexington last week We regret U Mr. and Mr. Wct4 Patron thnvigh In ttil iriMiipiair; she Mrs. J. Hogan llallard. Mrs. of friend near Ilunrin vi.t Mr. and Slto Killer. Manure Sprevlers, the week-enMr. Nellie Nnylor, Mie Lavenia to loe urh an rxr ltnt family imt wslli"! April shouers that came In Isle Marshal (iiierratit. of and Wheat Drills, Oliver Hiding and Mr. and Mr. itoyston Itay and son March, and uere tlngiil with March Miss Stella Mae Grow. rnd Nor mo llurn Montgomery and w:h them success in their new home. Walking plows, Cultipackers and Har and Mr. and Mr. lluford Missouri. Sm.tn chill. Hut wtut to ito? The walk tuck Misses .illinh and Amy Dawes ami .Mrs. Morri ThomtMon row; ice Cream Freezer; screen were dinner guets Tuesday of Mr. to the village wa more !ip'le thsn Mrs. O. M. Moreland entertained were in Danville shopping Thursday Capital's Famous Avenue. the itn'teti ahead MollU forgel Kor do or ami window ami many other and Mr. Kl.ja.'i McMillian. oine )er after Washington Thursday afternesm at a "Sewing The hort ene of meetings which iilii-- i l. And then, n itneipcte'lly a e the national raplt.i, IVmisrl thing at cost Still trimming price Mr. and Mr. Cari Mobcrley and tin? nln stonu. !ie pled tho oM Party" in honor of .Mrs. J. Hogan has been in progres came to a r!oe been sunta aseiiue was an unkempt dirt snd not cuitomeri. .'aughter, Mr. and Mm. W. T. Mober-e- . hru.. It broken chimney sig- Bollard's guest, Mrs. Mnrsital duer- - lut Wedneday evening with three roaituay aud st limes eliilgti linm-nihlJ. P.. MOUNT & Co. Virginia Caey attended a naled her, far bark among the In-.--, Delightful ires tdditiens, two by profession and one Mis rant, of Louisville. hut when nioiuas JrlTerstill From above came u tudJen queer und rakes were served. The guet by relation. dinner in Paint Lck Wedneiuy. Came President he objected to the STRAYED: To my place about us xradeil for there w 1 rood and the street nciuded Mr. Guerrant. of Louisville, Mr. and Mr. W. T. Moberley were Jingle of mule. .Mm Norma Hum Montgomery, of July lt., black Aberdeen Angn Hull music, oven In the weird cost of line comlltluu at and put und. Mr. J. Huron llullnrd. Mr. W. K. sroeU Monday night of Mr. and Mr. When weight about 650 pound. Owner Hryanlsville and Mr. Hilly llulen lll.iiil, for the of wlilih her first fright Atollle Itrtwdui and Miss Young, at: Mrs. Walter Casey. Mi Virginia Casey hevMini! uw.ire thnt pueil. . a roundly abii-lof Detroit, Mich., were ghet Jefferson can have same by proving property "lueone wa Mnymc Lee Ikillard. accompanied thm home for a few playing triubllliirly 011 u moiith Sunday of Mr. Nellie Naylor on the and paying all erm.-,'-e. Mi Lillian Watts and Mr. Itey Lexington rood. Jjpanr Msrrlsg Lsvta. uptalr. Ami while he wj Ah Ledford. Paint Liek. Ky. week visit many their T!ie Mr. and Mr. Fred Howard and i heltatliig hetweeti lnetlgatliKi or Camdiell surprtsed retn.i,Hii on the age A wreck orsrurrod Sturday evening st whl'h a Hr.n run marry are friends ! driving to their olficmting atersMt.nr on spent the latter part flight, a Miuffllng tlgure mme cre.-ilnwhen Mr. Snaders ran into a bugg) dlSerent l'.,H-mn and women, I'd '.and of hut wtwk with Mr. and Mr. W. down the tulr an old man, plating minister. Uro. Tbsmpon and cngag. with his car. One bit; type, bit; bone, data? considerable 4m-B- e srcerdlng to the HtII rnd of Japan, li i n he Ill e)e ng m the holy bond of matnmun) Okina Iloar for Mile. From Me of T. Mobriy and Mr. and Mr. Carl the irnii.iic-The horse w. to the buggy. Idlnkcl at the newly kltidlnl tlrv an Tne bnde is the charming daughter lien must he nhAte 17 ami women 13 Iowa's bet herd. Voa malt .ee this Moberlty. thrown under tho car The occup- years There rn h n msrrlsse with, the gtrl se.itel on the floor hefow it. f Mr. James Watt, while the groom bssar to appreciate him We are t "Who," he quatered, "are you?" He of th ants of the hugtry numbering ne out ths-- vol inlary Every- cititen of tne Umttnl States, through with h.m and will sell him man and sighed In evident relief when h Ml i the only son of Mr and Mrs. John were un! ur wbn t marriage Is w T, g' ; Cin.pbel1 and ould make a carefc! tody of exist- - film. "I wa a ucres.fu.l iarpen- to he c.n'rsrfed. worth the money If they hars afmld." lie "aid. "that dniTiHge.i , .ncr ond.:.on he ongr.itulated hi. win- ar and parents lt ng 'her must ottaln HiHr in thi country and tnei you'd len sent to rent the houe." Z. T. P. c and Sea Mr- - ltd..- -' Tp. ;ular gir. '.' e msn has complete,! consent 'i w. e ig method of dealing m.ti on Iluckeye pike. 'sag-I. .rgf Iw hi ilif un I tho woman her Tr.e creater the know-- , my hou-e.re wt t'ie gr .11 p w.t". t;iw-r- . he deel,irel. ".itnl It I not ) It- Mm i 'I twenty flf-iwdge and interest displayed by priror rent. m'.s. "Vours?" Mollle questioned. vate c:t.zer t'ie more carefully will A Suggestion mlly. "My The old man nolleil pjt :c ou.i a watcn t er v.ep, wife und I mme here when we wen To first married." be explained, "uiiil we ENDURANCE TEST a llf of ucti llve In thee Tie men with fare.;ht are now a few rreuture linpplne ifve pranging for the.r obligation due FOR SADDLE HORSES m.ttel t know. Our ehlhlrx'n were March lit. Oar Ions term Farm torn here, und llv, and grew nnd Loan wil! enable you to do this. It tl en went their different way. My 1tl save your farm and protect your To B Hold Under Supervision of wife went her way. to Ileavei Then. ' Come in and talk it over' nn,..rn...i credit. a then w.i no one left In the houe. j UVUIIHIIllll WSC1 If my chlllren iure.tl M lietier live with us. Day Test Over a 00 Mile with Tom. Tom t s o"i on but. S. T. &. E. W. HANDLE. jou see, he' married to .Sule." Course. 502 Fayette National Hank. The uiidlng wu elojuent nni Mil-HLet;ngton. Ky. sympathized. Army men and others who are alive "Ami Sule I not giKl to you?" Idle? B business ready for to the country' acute under-supplStn, itti..fi'f mtil.rtiifiil " t i Atil ysu. Sell 137 product. direct to of flrs: class cavalry and general timn excuetl. "und when I feel mn?l on credit. If you own team utility hones, as the shortage of them ' I come or auto, are under 50, can give bond, was brought painfully to lljht during In the way th in uiuil, light n up here to the oi l place and tire and we start you. iwrnty million uie the recent World War, are looklnp for- iltvum of iho, pat dsy ma) be, our products. Good territory open. ward to the Endurance Test for saddle ometlme. pluy u bit on my old Write J. It. Watkms Co., horses set for nex October. This test, designed to promote the ' The faded eye were Dept. 115, Winona, Minn. brellns of more and better vorlt "Susie don't like the harmonica," he "It's your life chanoe." types, and to Improve the material way .ild. AT NINE O'CLOCK A. M. suitable for army mount., is to be a throughAn unto came crushing It's the brumbies, A man pr.ing very srere one, conducted by representatives or the War Department, from the mr uml In a moment was In As asaiRiU'e of Frank V. Itrown, I will .ill tn tho hiRht'st and best bitlilt-- r room. He ua a good- Army Itemount Service and the the young man, und Ills gaze ivt- Uureau of Animal Industry. Depart10 acre. of well improved, fertile land in lloyle County, Kentucky. I miles Positively no fox hunting or hunt-o- f ment of Agriculture, figure at alons with thH out the Lexington Pike from Danville. The improvements consita of two stmy any character or trespassing on of our Kteat inntltutlons maintained ed Indulgently on the bent the girl' lde frame dwellinjr. of six rooms with two halls and two jiorchos, cellar nnd cistern; our farms. Any v.olators will be In tan lnereat of pure bred horse, up after you. father." the "I one larjre tobacco barn M x 100 feet, with Including the American Itemount Asfoot boxing; anotlier large stock prosecuted. I out-- f Mnrmlng ) otitic man :iM. "It sociation, barn with tile silo, 10 x IS; one side of this barn equipped for dairy cows; 300 W. S. Embry, W. A. Price, T. J. Test Club, Thoroughbred Enduranco side. Susie told me I'd find sou here. NaMonal Saddle Horsa barrel screened corn crib, shed on each side, a screened poultry house and Price, Ed and N. II. Price, Fisher Club. Arabian Horse Club cf Amerlci. I drove out from the city" other out buildings. Stock water from large pond and concrete pool. 110 Herring. Crit Meadows, Ansel Mea- National Steeplechase and Hunt Tin" old man cume forward with acres in corn, o acres in tobacco, 'Jo acres oat and wheal stubble, balance In and American Hackney Horse dignity. 'This my m, Paul Wor- -' dows, John Collier. J. S. Schooler, Society. Also, its grass. This is a splendid farm and very desirable. Joe Cmcillu, J. M. CriKilIu, Kobert Endurance Test ofcundltloas nuke tho Ihy. Mls , I don't believe you menspecial interest to tioned yuur name " he pais!. Spoako. George Conn, Jim C?nn, Kentuckian. At the same time and place will sell the following personal property; one "I 11m Mollle Moore." the girl re- The distance (300 wile Henry Arnold, Marion Johnson, W. cross bay gelding,, 1 year'ing bay guiding. 1 stallion, 1 aged mare, 1 pair piled, "und I nought Khelter when It E. WWtaker, Tom Conn, J. M. country) will bo traversed sizty miles begun to ruin." of mules, (5 Jersey milch cows, 1 two year old .Jersey heifer, 2 yearling .lersev n day for Ave consecutive diys, regard Mtandowti, W. T. Kin-,-- . John Itich, lei of weather, over n course to b heifers. black steer, 1 grade Jersey bull, 1 registered Jersey bull. IB shoatJ, nrouiul the fire The three lltigi-n-- l Ham Itich, J. C Coan and J. F. selected by the committee In chars. us Paul Worthy vmght nnd added an!5 brood sows, 1 registered boar, 2 horse farm wagon, tobacco setter, 1 tractor Kaca horse shall carry no less tban other log. AdAHM. and equipment, 1 cutting harrow. 2 turning plows, 1 cultivator. 2 double shovel Then he dlcti-- d with 215 tKiunds. made itp. according to the (OAur names will be added upon forplows, 1 cutting box, hay frame, one horse cultivator, mowing machine, corn rul pnerning. of the rider's live Mollle sery frankly his father' the payment of 25 cants.) planter, 1 horse planter, gasoline engine, grind stone, corn crushur, slide, one weight, Plus so much dead weight la lorn condition. t (tf.) "He can't be b.ippy uuy place hut equipment. half interest in wheat drill, automobile, 10,000 tobacco sticks, (i t bales of straw, First prize will lw jr,00. the Mounted Just here," ald Paul, "and us I nm ,'U bales oats a lot of wagon gear, harness and small tools. Servlco Citp, Illu Klbbon and tho obliged to live In my bachelor upsrt- Arabian Hon Club Medal; second ment In the city, I would wlllingly As every one knows this must be an AIISOLUTK SAI.li. prize, 1100 and Hed KlbVm; third tlx this old place up to iiiuke It home-- , EXCURSION prize 300 and Yellow Ribbon- fourth like Somebody is sure to secure a bargain. for father. If t could tlnd the prize. 1200 and White RlbUm, lifth prize. I1G0 and Grey Ribbon, sixth eight -- rviri to tuke charge und make' TERMS OF SALE prlzo J 100 and Illack and White Rib- of It really home. Mrs. tun from CINCINNATI, bon. Prizes will be awarded on tho tins tillage would he quite ablu to at- - j The land will be sold on a credit of six aud twelve months, the purchaser bails of r.0"- - for condition of the lior lend to tUf hiMitcworS;, wloie her hoy to execute approved bonds for the purchase price bearing six per cent interest. and I0T for speed a landarl that Tim could take cur of the gnrdeu. However, there is a Ten Thousand Dollar (S 10,000.00) loan on the farm from points to th bortom and swiftness of I tut u trustworthy home manager, the thoroughbreil strain as the oae t hit t I uur unanswered problem." I an insurance company for twenty years, aud arrangements can perhaps be made via likely to produce the winner. to continue this for the purchaser if so desired. Th War Department Is evincing i llil'fully. eagerly. Molllo leaned "If you result $3.15 L. & N. $3.15 the keenest Interest, because the of tho furwunl, suggested.would only let mo Possession to be given January 1. 1022. The crops on the land will be sold "I kept grundiry." she will further tho aplftidld work separately or with the laud. The personal property will be sold on a credit of Army Remount Association and tho father's home sery nicely ' other patriotic organizations that hivo three mouths. So, Mollle confided to Paul Worthy' undertaken 'ln Sunday, Aug. 28, 1921. cavalry horses to work of breeding her own problem, Ami It hapix-neFor any further Information apply to the undersigned at Lancaster. Kenanswer tho requirements 'of tho army in times of tieico that when summertime ruses came to tucky. bloom In tho old house garden, that and Its imperative demands In war, opinion of experts, tused tho old man Mt In great content In ' Special train will leave Laa- oa actual experienco during the World tho shade of Ms evergreen trees. And caster 9 : ta A. M., returning War, that thoroughbred Wood Is nee-- a tall young man wh. cur often production of the cavalry waited Mt the door, would come back will leave. Feurth St. Statien, mount 0of requisite speed, courago . . nnd aguln for h p'irtliig glimpse of Mollle. B m. standarai endurance. Kentucky, Cincuuiau 3:50 therefore, bss "Totuorniw," would be his promlnai, mo while Pfa",,0UDt Time, (7i30 P. M. City Tine.) frU the girl would stand looUug after him. u little teudr smile ini her Fer furtker isileriMtiea cen orua strata Bows peryetaai uii lliu. Msllln's sullen day had turned toronrt laM et oars. stilt Local Ticket Agcat WOLF TRAIL ClatfiM HER SULLEN DAY BRYANTSVILLE MARKSBUKY Jee Lex-ingto- n, (. 1 . jWmMMMtNMNMii l!e d g vi-it- d WH-w- e ,f 111 hid-il-- n e, y 111 lui or-gi- 1 agri-esnrn- - . rr 1 1 - r n-.-r , Farmers rni ' fx-r- a.,..: r:... Assignee's Sale OF e 1 y far-me- w LAND and PERSONAL PROPERTY Tuesday, Aug. 30th '0 Attention Hunters l ' I Ass-elati- 1 J j two-year-o- ld 1 ' 't 0., 11 and return ' t - r. bu u G. B. SWINEBROAD, Assignee of Frank P. Brown. til suuaIiIiih Th Central Record. Lancaster, Ky. Thursda . Aug 18. 1921 MONEY TO LOAN on' good city property, ray back on weekly or. monthly initallments. MANY FARMERS Plan To Protect Fields With Winter Crops. Rye Most LIVESTOCK FACTS LICE MENACE HOQ INDUSTRY Dptndhl Oaa With Lft riarrrn. Sarin. Growtr. Suffer Lom In Arr.tttd Qrowth of Pi j. and Shrink, With farmer in M counties enaje In W.lghL listed with county f.irm agent and ASSOCIATION. (Ktrprafei nman division of the College the r l'rtpirr. hr tn United Hut.. mnt uf .Vurii Uur ) jf Agnulture in a cooperative cover .n-umure or less fre J. K. ROHINSON', President Wtn. S. HOPPER, Sec't 4 lbi crop t.imiMign, indication tire th:it luciitly mi both ilofiietlciitit nml wiid a large acje.ige of these crop will be hugs In praitl-nnil iirtx of tlie planted iti Kentucky tht-- fall to pro. world. The .ir.iite. nre prevalent in I 'tort Nebls that otherwise would re- - nil psrt of Hi.- - United Stale where person or property, i nude uncom- - llWm ie .lurirn; the winter, accord- - hugs are raised, it ri.l growers CAN LOWLY fnrtable ttiom in a pest lni( tJ R. K. Stephenson. ex- - k'eiierully I ' The C.mncr m not tendon specialist from Place; under htTin oath to leave nonly gated A number of Kentucky the oillege. Unit causes riinslilemhte loss to tln camping farmer are swltie Industry In nhtaltilns which condition in the fxl Emblem Of New Au- t.ite found t, wniD to improveIn it if I already making uc of cover snips. purictnrv tin akintlielr tin- - bustHi" lire of animal ,,. f he but tn following .systematic iinii Mick bl. mid lymph. A new necessary by the removal of bottle, Pruj, roUUon to Association. o that every field if ptinrtiin- - In Hi.- - Un H iiMiie each r',B, rui"in ani ween., ' always supporting a growing crop time ii lotiM- - feed, A xIiirIh pnnitiin while other, are mm n rotation th.it cium,. o.hm'I.t.iIiI.' Irrltntlun aii'l Itrti-ImThe Tin 1'an Tourist' Aoi latton. Ur.lrr. Ar. BUckliitrd. mi'l in .mi Ji Inns.. f.i-at membership of more than! with r'" ovmh.wH.'riT.UuT'i crop Wrn. InteniiU, th. IrrltMtlou nml ,' 1100.0(10 111 thin mid other countries. .. . .. If N it tn. .it ro.'iitant In .is.. of iiirmiirr mi k'ii"""ir n, main, tin. ' comparatively limited number of ctilriic . .. have adopted a its emblem, the low- MUM t'IMV. fV. un . "" '.... e available for me in protect . now occupies an. ly tin cm and it . tllll.llll ueul,t , t;- - n fr. i.,,i "exalted ponltlon on the automobile ,1 n- "e winter. cr.tr.on radiator of member uf the World- their cart tlllrd at another station clover and vetch beini: the on!v le. urne and rye. wheat and winter wide orKnnlzaUon. .utoh the street from one of the oati the e Where crm The itory a told to C. Krtmk Dunn blarkluteil "proiitecn," aaaaaaaaaaaa)LjeAaaaaaaHk it i unurrJMej ..,n..... .., ,.,.ii.. of the l.rxiiik'ton Automobile Club, i..i.. ,i,..ron ferhap, the w,t lep lable by W. J. .Shearer, of Florence. K.. .Tln uanners ..nrn, raiea upon me cron Ui ue xlliri. it mm l. ..... i.. I member of the society and frteml , ,,0l)y to h(Vl. him wither " ... ... JoM-pW (r'""i nj or inse. a me com.' jt 1'orter. chairman of of -- pl ,)y hjrJnjf ,M hff "n"a" demand. llet reulu are obUirp.l the Dime Highway I'oinmiMion in p(r,,,u.mi nmoni: the member a. an T. .. I . . . . . a ,y "iinK 't l"ntr the latter pan I l.rftiUKiuu, r ivnui,. unteru pulou dealer. ((f A "The Tin Can TouritU' Amociii-tio- n ' inemberhlp of the orcanijta- - Thw will permit being fr U compextl of automobile tour-it- t tion i constantly growing and the' isirly fall paiture iu we I uel a as w titer out in car owner who wears the Tin Can- who prefer camping their travel, to living in hoMi and ncrV emblem ha become a good a' Iirrttw.u,m , It i a camper' citizen, who deal, lodging hou-- . with the 0,r r'tf t0 odcty (irganlztnt to rowe the .tanil-nr- d community where he mL, hi, tern-- ! . early In tht wnv a of their mode of living, to eop-ernt- e pornry abode. penil hM money free- - ' B,n '' carpet wtI be fumi-hin making their camp life ware ly. U willing to do h i.'irt te , mprove uI",n H09 Inf Mtd With Uct Cannot fhrlve. . , cnjoynble and to protect communi- hnalU, nnd min.tary conoitkin, "" gnwt in an nttcmpt to 'X may ties which they vit frm the constantly at work to correct relieve tin" lliti-li-It'hin. the a Nnvum r rumper who ha ho r. evil, of liiirhwn travel iinlmjl uTtit'-Oiim"lve.. with their Rye may alo be ued to good ad- fe-- l ard for nther people' property or mnl nili violently aoiliMt liny vantage on imnlen and truck the lawn of health and nitHliun thM eotivinlrnt iJiJwt. The freUelit nibwhich are tmially not well kept or bing tin hair In imtrlir nnd Will Kr.prtl Van I otf Hntil late in the eajn. often wound.. In Un. Rkln. The "Au oath to rwpect property, to sr uroiunj the u t r Iinjc the garden will require lice niligrt-gNtiti give everyone a Muare ileal an. I to furtJier Irrltati.iti uml i fii.il! amount of Med tht m a good atiu tliut chu Htrictly ohtrve Mintntion it unir "...e t.. expertMoat with crimtvon milnijiiii.v tu the uiiIiikiN.of any age r I.liv may Htturk hg nnd before leavna: pnpert) whrn-oum..v r 1,. teot IU adaption to the , farm. ii lx I If nllouetl I., upreail are ettoMialKnl i MibM-rihi-i to ii... , .over m ummJ it hmi i.. m. the liif..ti, nnliii.il.-- i Kuffer nnd the by vaeh mvmber of the orgamation ttle rye mmco thw vrp never rniier In the InereHMl uantlty Camp tonriU who 4 not operatr R f.i.N d r miiii of gulri art MMctimei of fee.1 under the code of honor adoptr.i b gr .wn :,Htether but thw Thr Cn. ration arreittMl grow id uf j tmtig pig, am) i t.x. ihi- - Tin fTiinHi.r. AnA unJrtmL. (it Md Child Birth Oirinkuge in weight of fattening hogs i pen r Uy Unnij violate the tirtvileae. extttnded liv C U'hfll J MIIIg pg InMIHIIi Illfl'tCt ut communitiiH in furm.hmg free can.p A .New York physician yay that an early nge frmn the ,pm- -i miw uri l re ,n on Mt, are reported to ihe milr.or.tie "e prevalence of divorce in propro- -' the lice untilallow ml to are ready the :inlmnl the lingt by member of the Tm ( n TountV fir ' ..f '.. tu growing wealth of the1 biitcliiTlng, the Iimi imii.i hy the Aocia(ioii and wor i un o all other u.iii e aitrv iiue t.. a charge ,n func ! piirnsltes ii cotiolderable Item In the j... ....... .....a9 M ,1... III." I.?.. .f .1... Mut.IM IM W..III1MI.I II. Hl ' , I". ill... i" f ie pituitary body .Vow we nut uf priktm-inirk. INtlmatei free lancer, who us h..mocj oirt u iLt kf w ., ni rirCitir f I about lmH i.ri i4ierviitliiui nml llmltiM ilatu tlx the illn-c- t money bit in mh-I- cneH at from 2 to 0 er cent of the market value of the hog. The Lancaster Building & Loan Whlth To Cor At Otlwwii Fi.ldt That sdl some t.,rt Tt. ll-- r them old hens and roosters and save the feed they are eating. of We pay the highest market price for all kinds of produce at all times. We want your businessCall us when you have Poultry, Eggs. Hides. Etc, to sell. WhyNot . TIN Has Exalted ( live-Moc- cr-p- s rrinlt Ui-- ;. U lit HarronsnurLT ice COMPANY. It. L. HAG AN, Mgr. STANFORD ST., Proice LANCASTER, KY. 1 HI.II-.1I- ... i.,., ,,.,,.. 1. I I . ..... I '"eBBiw ,.,. jion-leum- I w - I 'r tny?" . ' rn 'T " e. " T liifi-iiii- i.in e infi-Mi- I'r.-prrl- I e -- Great llritain, 1,3.11,000; Germany 1,050,000; Russia, 700,000, Austru Italy and France, each 500,000, and the small nation a proportionately smaller number. Uerlm- ,- I'tiless a llulgarian conToday Russia and Germany each gressman' and a Colorado farmer'.- have 'J,.i00,000 women; surplus nnd Italy suggestions permitting farmer nnd Great llritain other to have two or three wive are nciepted hy (icrinan. from .10 to Ilerr Michel concludes that the 10 penent of the iierman women number of surplus women will grow are doomed never to have husband. greater during the coming ten or according to a Matt.stical .study made fifteen year, as emigration will caue. by n German expert named Albin the proportion of men remaining in Michel, who declare that Kurope'i the airoctcd countre.s to be smaller. This, he say, i one reason why surplus women have increased until 1,000,000 Kuropcan women want to they exceed men by S, 0,0 00. He demonstrates that Kuropc had go to America, where they believe be'wecn .,000,000 and fi.000,000 husband are obtained easily. - 8,250,000 Surplus Women In Europe; Polygamy Is Urged. surplus women in 13U, which were divided a follows fXPECTASX r'AlOTHERS iXor vh POPULAR EXCURSION . n-i- J?f CINCINNATI SUNDAY, AUG 2 1st, 1921 ROUND TRIP FARE t. i Tlii' Indirect V Evoi-vthin- cj for QUALITY nothing for show THAT'S OUR IDEA in making the Quality Cigarette. iWhy, just buy Camels and look at the package! It's the best packing science has devised to keep taken Into cmivltlcnttlon, they ure niie on entiial tint m apparent Hogs Infested by l.irge nuniN'rs of Hit. suffer n lowering of vitality and n .getn-mllunthrifty condition whl.h renilern them more nusivptlble to attack by other pirusltes mnl by iimtaglDUS diseases. The damiige mid lice art) of lnet cuii.it by lice $2.35 SCLl'BtCN WAS TAX FROM DANVILLE Spocial Train Loavaa DanvilU 6:00 A. M. Returning Special Train Uivti Cincinnati 6:10 P. M. (CtrrMN) tVl.iUd inorrotion upon application lo Aff.nl bwt4 cnucd t n MUlli-len- warrant tin? applli-atlofr their eradication, GAIN FROM Wetl-Brc- by hog lliiportnmv to of trvatment Farm And Home News From Over Kentucky A large number of Muhlunbcrj? County farmer are planning to use cover crop, to protect their field this fall and winter, according to County Agent K. O. Tovvnes, who that a number of them are planning to use rye. Two Fulton County bank cooperating with the county poultry association nnd O. I,. Cunningham. Co. agent, have offered a total of $50 in prize in connection with the poultry exhibit to be made at the county fair. The association at Hickman will compete with the one at Fulton for the award. Soil building problem are receiving special attention from Livingston County farmer who are cooperating with County Agent L C. Pace. Frank Cruce t planning to lime 40 axres with TJ0 ton, of crushed limestone and sow sweet clover on it In preparation for alfalfa which he plan iM-- t Kisrnttri flinty 2 have had about U00 ton of limestone rt PUREBRED SIRES Yearling in Thret.Year-Ol- Su.r. Outweigh Ntvadi Coit It Same. M'ule Ftod cigarettes fresh and full flavored for your taste. Heavy paper outside secure foil wrapping inside and the revenue stamp over the end to seal the packt. age and keep it 'And note this! There's nothing flashy about the (Camel package. No extra wrappings that do not improve the smoke. Not a cent of needless expense that must come out of the quality of the tobacco air-tigh- Camels wonderful and exclusive .Quality, wins oil merit alone. Because, men smoke Camels who want the taste and f ragrance of the finest tobaccos, expertly, blended. Men smoke Camels for Camels smooth, refreshing mildness and their freedom from ciga-rctt- y "My Meers as jearllngs go over the ut from twelve hundre.1 to twelve nnd a quarter. The ordinary Kcrub hteers go out of here as welching fnitii eight to nine hundred." Willi this inminent In a letter to the I'nlted States Department of Agriculture, a stockman In Klko county. .'ev, point out the beiietlts which lie ha derived from the Ute of purebred ulres. "In my opinion," In; add, "even In till country everyono hIioiiIiI bnisl .iine purebnil utr.iln. Nevertheless the itcruh bull dniiilnates even In the face of fuctM and tl.'iires. The nvenige runclininii doe not tuku Into that It costs no more to produce n giHHl iitilmal than It dot's to produce a mtuIi, mid the purebred I cheaiK-In the long run." Ihree-.M'lirol.- ls xi r BEET MOLASSES IS VALUABLE Worth Twlca It Purchase Prlc. Whtn Fed In Limited Quantitit ta Steir and Lamb. The valuo of b,vt imilaKxe icnerally recoiiiln- - ns it IV. I In limited iiiatitltles to lamb at the prevnt price ptirolMM- - ground for use this fall. Washington County Club member who exhibited in the hog and baby beef classes at the county fair won first over adult exhibitor in nil ring which they entered, according to a report of County Agent Robert M. Heath. A total of $300 in cash prize was offered for succesfut junior club member exhibitors. One boy who won $- -1 in the pig contest ha purchased the foundation animals for a herd of hi own. Ten McCrackcn County boy and girls, members of the dairy calf club in that county, have obtained their purebred registered Jttr;y ht'ifers. and started developing, them a their club project for the year, according to a report of County Agent J. It. Ilird. Member of the liarren county pic club recently held n registered hog sale in which they sold animal weighing from CO to 125 pound that were raised a part of their junior agricultural club work. County Agent J. O. Horning reports. The snle resulted 5 rssh protii for s'.l member who had animal, entered. aftertaste. Camels are made for men who thiak for Is not as hould tM. steers or amel X, JT. It U wertli more tliati twice It prlie. It Is especially valu-ul.lwhen feiLIn conjunction with wet pulp or com Klluge. of feed-stufl- Capital $50,000.00 Surplus $60,000.00 Honor Roll Bank. 4 per cent paid on time posits. Call and see us. J. J. Walker, President. tal de-- I o SALT FOR SHEEP IMPORTANT But Plan I ta K.p Abundant ply B.fort Thm at All Tlm During Year, Sup. W. F. Champ, W. O. Rigney, Ass't. to the President. I.. G. Davidson, Cashier. J. L. Gill, Assistant Cashier. W. F. Miller, Assistant Cashier. Mrs. Naomi Hamilton, Teller. ntYNOLM TOBACCO COMPANY, M.C. --a i Furntih the aheep with Kilt at le.it onco u week, or, better Mill, keep It cniistntttly before thein In the fonii of rock alt or a innllmted btnt-brick. Sheep require n great deal of alt, and If It i not luppllcd a gen-erI I unthrifty condition the resulL CITIZENS NATIONAL LANCASTER. KY. BANK. Corner Public Square and Danville Street. Tht Cantral Record, Lancaster, m chat. It Ky., I Thursday Aug 18, 102 1 l Machine Work Cash I Everybody is thinking of putting Basinets on a cash basis. Do you realize how Mich on its back and cannot rise again without in finite patience and much in nsii-tnnc- e. Bettor TBMMCa) Prices And The Tobacco Association. The low prices which growers, received for tobacco Inst winter should convince every farmer in Kentucky that something is needed to sovc the tobacco Industry. It i not surprls-lrttherefore, that the bankers nil over the Blue Grass and Hill sections of the State are nctlvely in favor ot the Cooperative Marketing of Utir-l'- y Tobacco; and that such a large ed the pledge. i depends on getting your Machinery repaired promptly? Whea you have a breakdown 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. When n herd of steers be- come frightened they either jnill around or stampede. Q The population of the world is much the same. It is badly friKhtened milling around on the verge of n stampede uncertain as to what to do or which way to turn. We are le.s afflicted in America than in any other country, and we should be proportionately thankful for what we have. While we are feasting on three meals a day there are other human beinjrs who hun ger for the crumbs we throw awny. WHAT CAN FOR I GET p, k CHANGE ' CONN BEOS. "Live and Let Live Folks." IBB The Central Record E)IIE lma Weskly. R. $1.50 Ymv. Payable ia Advaaca. J. E. ROBINSON. Editor. L .ELKI.V, Local Editor and Mr- - Entered at the Post Office in LanMail caster, Ky., ot Second-Clas- s Matter. Fotn Adv.rn.inf RepfMcwlres THE AMERICAS PHESS ASSOCIATION' Lucasler. Ijr., Atpst 18, 1921 Rate For Political Annonacasnaats. 'or Precinct and City Officei..t6.00 10.00 For County Offices.,. For State and District Officei. .15.00 .10 For Callt, per line .10 . For Cards, per line For all publications in tha inter-e- ft of individuals or expression of individual views, per .10 . line Obituaries, per line .0t J I ... .. Announcements announce the following candidate, subject to action of the Democratic Primary, August Cth., 1921: We are authorized to For Stat Senator J. , E. ROBINSON . For Circuit Judge CHARLES A. HARDIN Commonwealth's Attorney , EMMET V. PURYEAR For Representative ROBERT II. TOMLINSON, JR. J. For County Judge C. WILLIAMS CLAY WALKER For County Attorney GREEN For Circuit Clerk JAMES B. WOODS, JR. For Sheriff DAVE SANDERS Deputies, Athby Arnold, II. D. Lee. For County Clerk MISS FANNIE DOWDEN are .ome sort of changes. Neither do we think that the people of the county will consider favorably a change in the state constitution at this time, making the office of Superintendent of Public Instruction an appointive office instead of an office elected by the people. The present school law was enacted by the Republican Administration at Frankfort and published as a reform to take schools out of politics. Under the former law there has never been any politics in our schools in this city or county in twenty years and there has been rapid progress in better education both practically and in school spirit. Under the present Republican law the schools of Garrard County as far as it could be done by the Republican organization has constituted the system into a political machine. Last year the party was organized and elected a full Republican school board. The first official act of this Board has been to replace Miss Helen Gill, who had been Attendance Officer lor the county and has been one of the most efficient officers in the state in her work. She has been succeeded by a Republican politician, Mr. Silas Baird. It is reported that the Republican Board has already y elected a Republican at a of $2500.00 U) take the office of Miss Jennie Higgins who has been a most popular and successful leader in school work and kept our schools out of politics all these past fifteen years. sal-er- When a man wants to increase his business he advertises in order to let the people it success. . know what he has for sale. Hut the featuns of the plan whih Why not the same thing for are the most convincing are the five per this town? The expense would enr contract and the seventy-fivcent minimum. The long term connot be worth considering. will Director to ac The Chamber of Commerce tract the enable the and equipment Phosphate Will Raise ',h' ,rtA rr,' nrd u,mK rrot"'r facilities quire fertit zers coum nave some small slips necenry to the proper handling of Wheal and should be broken not printed, on which could be set th tobacco, a well as enable them Kentucky Wheat uler than August and worked at freto obtain an effective working pr forth briefly the nature of the quent interval until seeding time in various industrial enterprises sonnet and develop n proper rati Yields. order to secure thorough pulverira-tio- n policy. of the town, as well as the opof the soil .Stalk and tobacco The seventy-fivper portunities that are open to Will give the members cent minimum Kentucky farmers will mil land should be carefully surface wurk-e- d of the As560,000 acrs of wheat but ordinarily will not need to be new enterprises. sociation the security of group ac thi full, the yield from which can turneil with a breaking plow. These could be distributed tion as against tne helplessness of be materially Having brn thoroughly inm.mtl by early preamong the families of the town, individual action. As it l now with paration of the setd bed and the use early ill the season, the soil prepared is in th inunder an agreement that one each grower selling his tobacco bar of nod phosphate, arc on my-- to soci- lust condition to respond to an apdividually, the weakness of bis t plication alists m the soil and mips is to be enclosed in every let- gaining power, a compared with of fertilizer. Practically that of the College of Agriculture all wheat land outside of the blue is written, either busi- bi the manufacturer, will always ter that average yield of wheat an acre grass area will give better yields, if ness or private, continuing this force him to accept whatever price TheKentucky in nt the present time is treated with some phosphate fertilioffered him. For it makes little practice daily :rom year to low, being approximately 11' bushels ser An application of 200 txiunds difference wf.h the manufacturer year. of Ifi per cent acid phoiphate an acre, he buy the tobacco of a par- an acre, the specialists say. A whether have produced as much ns 30 is to be recomminded for most of In this way those little ad- ticular grower, he can alwnys purvertising slips would find them- chase his supply from the 50,000 oth- or 40 bushe's an acre while many thi land The fertiluer ihouM be shuuid be drilled selves in every nook and corner er grower of the district who are more the averageable to obtain bitter seeding broadcast at the time of the yield by preparing eager to sell as evidenced by the than of the country. Their repeat ed appearance would cause the! long lints of tobacco wagon that town to be talked about. nnt!l,own dwmK lhr M.aMU1 . . .. . . ii'nut.l mm ft... riij ui, !,l...- Among .1 num.-innse nity iflouiami are a """in nit try seeking a new location our rge number who are financially number of grower have already signThe plan is no pimple and clear, and ltd application to the tale of tobacco it obviously o prnc-ticthat grower need only to understand it to be eager to join. The five year contract, the seventy-fper cent minimum, the ele ive .ion of Director according to dis tricts; all district, representing equal; amounts of tobacco; ami the princi ple of each member having only one vote in the election of thoic Direc tors will give the () rKnnir.it um a burners structure that should insure THAT question Is puzzling millions of housewives every day in the year Ii the preparation of the family meals. We have solved it so far as practicable for the housewives of this community by gathering together the most complete and appetizing stock of eatables hereabouts. When In doubt ask us. A change Is easy when' youbrlng fyour perplexities to this store. Currey & Gulley. e e I depart-men- I .,,. 'capable of doing mt-oi- . There is no better way OI..atu civ accepting the , rnce . offered I. , advertising this community to be. iiu iiiii.ter nun low ii nnfijiens both effectively and economiThis depressed prke paid to those growers, who muit sell immediately cally. And a town that is worth liv- to meet their grocery bills and buy clothing, determines to a large exing in is worth advertising. tent placed I othr than immedi- - iijJOD-in- o -- IJ12H pin,osqv When we shoot at a mark on n tree we take careful aim in order that no error of judp e want ment may be made. to make a ritad center hit -- we don't want the humiliation of a wild shot or of a miss. Hut when we shoot a volley of criticism at a public official we are not always as careful as when shooting at a mark. We do not always judge the just blaze away at random, on the theory that people who fill distanceand sometimes we For Jailer DAVID ROSS We would be Inclined to For Magistrate J. II. CLARK R. L. BARKER We arc authorized to announce the following candidates, subject to Ac- tion of the August Cth., Republican 11)21; Primary, For Magistrate NOAH MARSEE, JR. Better School's Week. The Record has always been und is now a friend to education and Us pages given generously to promote better education in the past regardless of the agencies handling this worthy cause. We wish conditions were such that the citizens of this county could enter whole heartedly into the movement, pretended to be set out in Better School's Week. But the practical operations of the present school laws as administered in Garrard county gives no heart to any one to either give time or interest ia wheal Matters unless there. dicredit this rumor about the removal of Miss Higgins, when her term expires, had it not been for the removal of Miss Gill for political purposes alone. The operation of the present school law is the subject of general criticism in this county. The people want better schools free of political control or influence and do not see the light under the present school law. The pretense that this law is for san purposes has not been prov en by its operation in Garrard county. non-par- ti public offices are fair targets for anything we choose to shoot at them. That is one reason why so many men of high executive ability persistently refuse to accept public office. They never shoot at random tract." themselves, and they do not We believe that care to serve as targets for peo- you are going to ple who do. the value upon all the tobacco in the district. Hut with the union of thirty or forty thouand grower selng together, the bargaining power of the weaker member It raiMil to a level with that of the stronger one; and the position of the larger grower i strengthened materially. The plan i reasonable, it i. lound, it is necessary. One needs only to understand it to be for it. The serious question are these. Will the iiventy-fiv- e per cent minimum be obtained by the fifteenth of next Are the tobacco growers going to act now or will they wait until they have suffered longer, and are forced into a weaker and more serioos financial position before they take action to better their marketing condition? We leave it to your good seme. Mr. Grower, whether you are going to let klip by the opportunity to stabilize the price of your tobacco, and pro-tethe value of your land by signing the "Grower' Con- 0Uqij9A3 uoSuma joj.iwpv qswj PUB SPOOQ iaais -- G3ziM3Mva am SP99g 3J09 Adopt Resolutions on Leave AV9M Creek Baptist Church rnimonnl serv.ee will be held place on the foundation ground of the First llaptlst Church ever in Kentucky, known as the Old Creek Gilberts Haptist church brought to this country by Kldcr Louis Craig and Others There will be a good program rendered, on that day by the ablest llaptlst preachers in Kentucky. This meeting will be held on Sunday Oct. I'.'IM, beginning promptly at ten o'clock. Kverybody is cordially invited to come and bring a basket of dinner. Let's make this a gr.'at day in honor to our Master, and the pilgrims of old, that have gone on to their eternal reward. Signed Kvangelist Geo. Childress, Chairman of the Arrangement Committee. A MEDICALSOCIETY A Letter From Gilberts Up- Of Dr. J. S. Gilbert. at this We regret to learn that our fellow member, Doctor J.v S. Gilbert, liai concluded to leave our community to locate in Hazard, IVrry County, Ky. We appreciate the doctor for tiM worth, his uniform courtesy and He ha conhis ethical standing. ducted himself as a gentleman while practicing in this County, and we therefore commend him to the people of IVrry County us one well qualified to pursue the practice of his pro fession. We bespeak for him a hearty wel ns a sensible man, come to his new home ami trut he may receive the liberal support of the sign. It requires skill and good How To Treat The Flag The man who is in uniform sajudgment to drive a bullet into lutes in military style when the flag the center of a mark, but any goes by, but when civics the best kind of a loose tongue can pep- form ia to take oil in hat and bold the per a. public official until his it against the left shoulder. In drapgrandmother wouldn't know ing the color the simplest rule to rehim. member is community. Above adopted by unanimous vote of the Garrard County Medical Society. August 11, ltd I. that the Stars and Stripe honor, the The human race as yet ulwny claim the placeorofthe highest fori front, the right knows but little. It has much elevation. Another rule is that the o learn. colon should never be allowed to touch tne ground or the deck. hulf-niait On A. Anion K. Kdwurd On next county court day, MonII. C. Hose day, August LMnd , at 1:30 I1. M. in J. Ii. Kinnaird, Secty. front of the court house door in LanII. Montgomery caster, Kentucky, I will sell for tho V. G. Kinnaird High Dollar -- 'i shares of bank stock W. M. Klliott. Pres. in the Citizens National Hank of LanKentucky. y FOIt SAI.K: Deering Hemp ma caster, Mm. Sallie Pence, Adiur. of chine; cut only "0 ncres. W, II. Mom., Mrs, Murgaret Hall, J. J. Bank Stock For Sale. As The Editor Sees It. eat three good meals a day? You should consider yourself fortunate in the present condition of the world. Over in Europe there are millions and millions of people who are living on no more than one meal a day, while other millions do not have even that much. Starvation is gathering them in. The world Is in a state of Do you Your child will soon be back Memnriul Day run the Hag to the top it until in school again, Mr. Father. of the mast; then What are the different bookn noon. From noon until sunset let it fly from the top of the stall". it will be studying this term? Don'ts. You don't know? Too bad. Don't sew the flag onto a sofa The child knows that you V. don't know that you don't Don't use it us a silk handkerchief. Don't twist it into funtastic detake interest enough to find you just leave it all signs. out that pi!-lo- WE ARE CLOSING OUT ALL Mid-Summ- er Hats to the mother and the teacher. Perhaps that is one reason the child1 does not take any greater interest in its studies. It is just following the example set by its father. Poor child! iMn't use it in any form of advertising. Don' t let it drug in the dust In handling it. AT VERY LOW FMCIS. Give ss s call If jos wist kargtis, Sea serpents are no longer confined to the briny deep. The drug More variety ia easitr to set and more fearsome to behold. FRANClSSjVlTH Seed Wheat, Seed Rye, Marvellous Wheat test 62 pounds, which produced this year 30 bushels to the acre. Yellow Fultz, Harvest King. See this seed wheat before you buy. Also Rosen Seed Rye and Seed Barley. It pays to sow the best seed. Sole agents for Ballards Obelisk Flour in Garrard County. HUDSON & FARNAU We exchange Flour for Wheat Telephone 26. LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. Gossip About People voC A Brill ' of New Or Mr ( latide Whi-rnt- t parent., eat ri. I.a . i viit,ng It Mr and Mr?. Tom Wherntt. Te e Oaiaaa fryltM Italian at thf Comlno tr4 Wt Art laUrottd In. Mi.ianary Society of the Ilap- church met Friday eesing at the iho-nen Keenof Mr. C. D. mind treet. lwe. -' Itosa Turner w I ,x' week a visit to I omloti MIm ir-.- ( Virginia Kay left Twittay far Mi llrodhead, where he will attt tui the Mlat fur fa.r and will be the fmwl Kluabeth Lawrenee. J . Mr. Ira lloltnlaw. of Han.ille. visiting Mr. J F Holttctaw Mr. anil Mr. ed a few frle-nd Mr. r,f I Hthel thr Sm1 Wct Darnell. af ic TtaiUau terh-'..- r Deaf at Lan Japer Co at dinner In entertainTtiaMday. Wmnfr'C. Canaita. caster rrfattvet. wn. of Anapli. Maryland, are ktuwfci f al pareato, Mr. spend a and Mr. J. W. Miller. week. vinHrwl Mrs. Mr. Huima Kuutlman. Mr. Uicy Mr. K. Mattle OhkIiT Wltaora m StaafaH llallew. Mini Frankie KautTman and pn4iiu: Hon. Clay Kaullman are Saturday. the eeV in Washington. D. C. H rthn Hamiltonof George-tow- n, Ml Mr. Walter Smith, af lleaham. Ky.. Ml i the attractive visitor m tuptcted thi week where he will Lillian K.tn. Join h wife and bahy fir ft via t ta il Verna Ho, of KlrksvOle, has Mr. awl Mr. C. D. I'owe.l. been thr gurt of her aunt, Mr?. Hen Mr. Crowley llraadwn and little Wood and Mr. Wood. daughter. Mif Hael, left Monday f Mr. and Mr. T. K. Wntwm, for a viit to her n, Mr. nml Mr. Harlan, have been guest af Mr. and O'Neal llroadu. in Chicago. Mrs. J u- - llurnsidr. Mr. W. M. linker, of Middlwharo. Mm. Ada Klnnnlrd, wb ha hrrn Ky.. in riMtlng her ren:s Mr. and visiting Lancaster relative, an Mr. J. W. Tntem before going la !o LouUvllle, Loul.ville for a hort nut. n Mr. Hogcr llourland entertained Mn. Lucy Huden. Mr. F. I. Ftw-li-e at n few friend Thursday anil Mn. M. K. Denny have been home on Danville acnuc. reeent vintor of Mr. and Mr. HumMr. S. I. Cochran ha returned phrey lludnon m Danville. from a vitit to her elaugater, .Mr. Lucille Scho4rr ami Pay MitM K. Lackey, in Missouri. everal King have returned front A. J. Thompiion Mr. Joe- Harris Went, af Lex tag wi ck vUit with Mr. Danville. too, i tin- - guest of hi parent, Mr. and Mr. John Crei, af and Mr. W. T. West. Mr. Charlie antlrr. now traveling Itallou, of Stanford, for gent furniWng, upeiit the week . Ml Marjory the i the guet of Mr. HeOln Arnold end with hi wife and baby at home of Mr. and Mr. Hbb Dickerton on Danville avenue. Fraud Mlisew Martha ami lMm day fern- - l(rt1llc Mr. and GUI will handMMe Mr. I'aal Miller a4 t tin I- 0ley - It Haielden gave a very 'Taylor, Katheryn Grintead and Moore, daughter of Itcv. ami Mr. watermelon feat Tueday Mary Allison Tribbtc, all of Waco A. !'.. Moore, formerly of thi. city, evening at his home in "Hill Court." and Mr and Mr. Joe Kelley and where they are well remembered and Mtiw Klian Luiwfard, of Cincinnati, The affair a in honor of Mi Helen daughter, invitation The composed a delightful dearly beloved. Ik the gie.t of her itT. Jlr, Jaipir KNzaheth Sprague, of I.iiukviIIi , and camping thirty at the club honse hut reads ; Cax. Mifs Laura Dunn, of Lexington. "Dr. and Mrs. Allen Rice Moore wte'n. request the plepeurc of your company Mr. J. !. Maunt and ill-- Joan Friend are delighted to hear of nt the marriage of their (laughter and daughMr. Henry Moore, Mount have ben recent visitors in Mary Erma ter, who have bien visiting relative the convalescence of Mis Virginia Danville. to . and Mrs. lu re. r turned to Cincinnati Wednes- Smith, daughter of Mr. Allen Aaron Moore T. Smith, who hut been conMra. Maude llogie, of Newtn.'.tle, day. They were accompanied by I'rice on Tueseiay September the sixth in the evening W. Mkvrca Hernice and Hazel Champ, who fined to her home for several wiek nt even o'clock Ind., i the guit ef Mr. I'oeple with typhoid fever. Miss Hertha two hundred and eighty-twwill make them a visit. Sander. street Hamilton, of Somerset, her efficient Atlanta, Ga." Mit lluth and Lauite Taylor are Mr. Dexter Hallou and daughtur, and capable trained nurse, returned rating their ancle, Mr. T. J. Conn, Mi Marjory, of Stanford, have j to her home yesterday afternoon. The following announcement of in Nlehlaville. been gui: of Mr. and Mrs. Hobert interest has been received by relaMr. S. if. Morford and son, Walter during the V.'te;-uniDr. Ogelive, of Princeton, Ky.. 'i-- Hurntide tive and other friend here. Tho Durham, of Nirhola&ville, and Mr. hnde was .1 student of Sayrc College the guet of Mr. and Mr. Luther Min Ida Hurnlde returned to StanC. Morford and Mr. ford with them to make a few days ami Mr. J. land has numerous friends and admir-- J Clibb. in "Hill Court" Samuel Morford, of Garrard county, er. in Lexington. Her father was visit. have returned to their home after a Ithe Mr. Vtrnen Wet returned to hit late Captain West of the United (Jeraldine Gordon Hradshaw, baby visit with Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Durham name after vmting hf parent, Mr. StateArmy and a native of thin of Mr and Mr. Kugene Hradhaw. on North Third street. Mis Fay city. Her and Mr. W. T. Wet. mother was formerly Miss formirly of thi city, but now of King and Mi Schooler, of Lucille Danville wa awarded the premium Lancaster, have r turned home, af- Lucy Scott. Mio IVarl Cnitchtield left SaturMr. Harrington King West day for a two week' vacation in Kart at the J'erryvillc fair for the pretti- ter a visit to Mr. Hnltzclaw. Mrs. announce the: marriage of her est baby. Mr. Hrad'haw was Mi Danville. llerntadt, Stanferd and Uriah Dunn ami children have returndaughter lona Dunn before marriage. Winfrcd Scott ed from a few days' visit with rela-tivto Mi. Mae i'awell ha returned from at Lancaster. Danville Me Mr. Loui Tyree !'onhdy, of Natbvtlle, where she Mr. and Mr. George Smith gave sengcr. Thursday, July the twenty-eight- h vra taking a eoure. a dinner party Friday evening at Lexington, Virginia,. their home on Lexington avenue in One of the social event of the tea-so- n Lexington Herald. Mr. J. W. Coak r turned to hi honor of Mr. and Mr. Adam, of among the younger set wns the Mr. Tyree i well known here home after visiting Louisville. The table had for it cantaloupe' feast given by Mr. Claude-Hlc- having frequently been the guest of in London, friend in LanenMer for a frw day. center piece a bowl filled with difevening in her sitter, Mrs. Hobert Kinnairel and Game Thurselay ferent colors of sinniaa and a delici- honor of Miss Margaret Elliott' Mr. Kinnaird. Mr. Hobert Cornn and hondMime ous four course menu was servtd. gue-st- . Miw Helen Elizabeth Sprague young on, Jame Kothwull, of Lonof Louisville and Mm Laura Dunn, Every property owner possesses Mrs. J. S. Gilbert entertained of Lexington. The home and spadon, an- gtiei of Mr. Mary I.utz one right of which no on ever seeks Monday evening at her home on Lexfar the wiek. cious veranda were beautifully decoington road in honor of liv Helen rated in cut (lower and potted to deprive him that of paying his Mr. Jae l'riee pent the week-enEltxabeth Sprague, of Louisville, Miss plant. About twenty respondcel to ta.xef . with Mr. a ik I Mr. Hutu UIe atJ Laura Dunn, of Lexington, Mi. Ituth the invitation. Cantaloupes and uliurbaa home, mat Ho, of I'aint Lick. Mis their pretty Jail sentence and heavy fines are Helen Gul-le- y grape were erved in abundance. Nieholnnville. and Mica Margaret Klliott, of this The host was assisted in entertaining causing motorists generally to use It win a very enjoyable affair. by Miss Hernice Champ. The affair greater care in driving upon the counMr. Hobert .Valand left for Atlanta city. try road. There I le. speedinK night after pei.dmg a few Tu(!lny proved a most enjoyable one. Mr. i.nd Mr. Webb Kelley and and fewer accident, but there arc day with hi. mother. Mr. Mae daughters Mies Fannie and Loraine( who need to Friend here have received invita- still a few wild Hughes Noland. and the r nouse guesfji, Misses Lena tions to the marriage of Mlts Mary have their long ears clipped. Mr. and Mr. W. 11 Harrison and family, of Ludlow, Ky., .ire guent this week of Mr. and Mr. Hd. Ilaker. DC on the Iluckeye read. II Mr J Swinebrnad Mr and Mr (! have ben recmt n.toM in Stauford. delghtful IN-v- Jee o L - is te - d ae 3E Matter William 1'aul Forbe wn Hcmlce Champ wa thr guct rurnmed when evm of hi little of MIm Margaret Cook in Danville friend came lnt Tuetday eve to bia Friday and attended the dance. home to celebrate hit eventh Mr. Hobert N'olnnd, of Atlanta, is thu guest af hi mother, Mr. Mne Kliiha Forbe. af McCreary, ho Hughe Noland on Maple avenue. come to make bi home with hi brother, M. H. Forbe. We are glad Messr. Kugcne ami S I). Coohran to welcome him into our town. have returned from Howling (ireen Mr. and Mr. Lytic Itoytton, of where they attended u buiinr Miuouri, and MIm llane Wet, of Lexington, have been guets of Mr. Mr. Arthua Currey has returned Hen Hughe and Mist Sallie Lou from a vUit to her daughter. Mr. Myer. In Fisher Gaine and Mr. Gnine. Danville. Mr. and Mr. W. O. Itigney, Mr. Mi col-leg- e. .liulge L. L. Walker. L. C. David Y. I'. FrUlue and son. John M. Shirley Huiln were in Lexington F.-rr- lat Friilay on buinee. Joan Mount left yeaUrday for Howling (Sreen, where she will be the guet for several week, of her Miiis Health and Beauty n HEALTH ly the iter, Mr. Tom Wilron. Mi Mabel Maron, o delightfully remembered by many friend here i expected thin week to be the guest of MisM-- Fannie and Hettie Went. s IS BEST BEAUTY OF FACE MAINTAINED juilicimiK uso of remedies desiKiiud to aid nature in AND FIGURE enhanced by the use of our pure grade lotions, creams and other modern remedies for defeating the ravages of time and hard work. Nature provides you with a face and figure .but nature expects you to aid in their protection and development. Is Mr. John L. Andrton, of Wash(pending levrraTwrcka with relieve ington, D. C, and Mr. J. C. Hemphere, ha returned to her home in hill, of Louisville, are expected thin New Orleans. wiek for n visit to their iter, Mr. Mr. J, K. Klmorc chaperoned Margaret Currey Kobinon. Mles Mary Mac and Kluahetli Mr. Sallie Horn Lawxin ha reWalker to the dance in Danville Friturned from a few day tay in LouIh-villday evening. She aUo viMted her on, Mr. MIm Mac Powell ha returned from (eorge Lawton, who I attending the Baonciboro, where been Military chool at Camp Knox, hc ha trending a week with a party of WinMr nn.l Mr. ltrvan Wllmot enter- chester friend. tafned at dinner Sunday, gueU beinff vMUa Hazel Arnold, Mm. J. M. Mr. and Mr. Calvin Heter, of Mr. Hubert Cobb and baby, 8Uf, Mr. 8. P. Turner Anil Mr. Ktta Mac Mike Elkln, all of Lexington, were of Covington, and Mil June, of Decatur, Illlnoli. viatten in tbi city Saturday. e. Dan-ville. Mary Kathenne Hocker, MImcs .1 ml (iladys Mary Louise Woodt Southard have been the attractive anil Mr. Wood lturnide, Mr. anil gueitu of Mr. and Mr C. M. Thomp-o- n Mr. and Mm. Currey Itoblnion ami on Maple avt nue. Mr. Weley Dickerion are member children, of Nlcholmvlllo, ipent the of a camping party at Cove Spring, week-enCard from Mi with hi mother, Mr. Curt Annie Itoytton near Hubble. tell her friend of the delightful trip Itoblnion. Mr. S. II. Kte celebrated her she i.t now taking to Alaska, through Mr. and Mr. Hugh Moberley and tlfty-nntbirthday Sunday, Augutt the (llacier National I 'ark ami other h on, Clarence Cabell Moberley, have 14th. All the children were prevent point of National interest. returned from a viit to relative in and cnjoyeil a delightful dinner with Mr. and Mr. Lytic Itoyton, of Cincinnati. their parent. Kana. City, Mo., are visiting fnenus Mm. W. M. "HorIo, who ha been d throwing of! the impurities of the body by keeping the system in a proper condition. We sell such remedies, their use is simple, and they are very efficacious in their results. and relative in this city. Mr. Itoyt ton was formerly Miwi Knapp West. Mr. Koyton, the con of the late Alex Roytton. Try our High-Gra- de Cuscaden Cream and Candy ' Miss Lillian F.stc returned home Sunday after a live week visit to Mr. and Mr. Harvey Kite, of GeorgeShe was accompanied home town. by her brother and family and Mil llertha Hamilton. Mi lluth ltos, of Kirksville, Mus Laura Dunn, of Lexington, and Mis Helen Elizabeth Sprugue, of Lout- ville, who have been guckt of Mia Margaret Kl- Helen Gulley and Ml llett, have returned home. STORMES Established 185,'t DRUG STORE Phone 39, Lancaster, Ky FIRST THOUGHT IN DRUGS. Jr The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thuri day, Aug 18 92 1 1 . PALATABILITY OF HATFIELD DINTIST Office oear The Garrarel Baak. Residence- 376.1 fannes Office S. KENTUCKY LANCASTER. - VARIOUS PLANTS Some Interesting Information J. J. Byrne Cxclmivi. Qpttmitriit DANVILLE, - KENTUCKY. Opposite Gilcher Hetol. Office Hour, Revealed in Series of Feeding Tests at Beltsville. SILO FERMENTATION STUDIED to 12 and 1 lo p. am. Wild and Tame Sunflowers Devoured Readily When Removed From Silo Were Untouched Csbbsoes by Cattle When Siloed. by th t'nlleil SUtes Department or .Wrkultiire I A MTlen of eivrimetital feeding tests inndiicled by the I'nlted States ITrMm! J. A. Beazlev MINERAL DIRECTOR Ofllre Ovrr National Hank. Kesldence I'hone 3. Oilier Phone 27 LANCASTKK.'KV. liepartiuciit Itellsvllle Dr. Printus Call, Answered LANCASTER. Walker Oar or VETERINARIAN. Promptly Ntihl. Phone 317. KENTUCKY. Jud Tunfclns. Jud Tunkltis say the genuine timist I reci'gnlreil by his at work mid not by tin- of lilt recreation. farm, ikiiiih Interesting Information t of siloing upon the as to the palatablllty of various plants found on a farm or range, I Miring aud full tin Inst sumini-about 150 different plants and rum Mtmtlrms of plants were packet! In barrels In a silo. The purpose was to study I he ffect of the kIIu fermentation upon the liber, and oilier feature of the plants. It was thought pilhle that Mlagp would overcome objectionable qualities of certain plants. In addition to breaking down Hie liber of Mtne which were too mly for stock feed. (Mil.) erT.-oIHt-stir of Acrlriilture at lt op- i yf X PW1 Service Comparisons) 1 when are made Jl n clinli-- mor4. (Hldge. whli h In their natural stole are e:iten nvlilly by rattle, wen abilute ly utitoitrhed when slbxil, the pnd. net belai In iminy nperts similar various luls of ullages were to test their to Ktlntahlllty as rattle feed. The test iwre not protracted eiiouch to gtte final conclusions, but ii number of In h resting results were obtained, Itntti wild and tiline Minllnwers were eaten when they raine eilt of the sllii. although the Hiilar llnvor Mid woody stnlk of the former make It l tnieful In Its rmturat tiite Hits-Iathistle was eaten In the omre .f nboiit I'J hour, mid the same wa rile of ragweed, wlileh rattle seld-et- i i Jiich Camilla thistles, In Hie H'dd mid rumor beau plants without were eaten unite readily. Juek beew were aten rather vines and reluctantly The rows ate "nil biib. but mil the native plant. Slliwd onion tops with fed to four iiiw: two ale thiiri mh! two l refused thiin. Ilnrkwhint id The Test Palatablllty. 'akin lMtse quest to the Commission to Invertl-- I llanna, He alu expressed the belief Much gate coal rates prescribed by the Ohio i that within turn years America will commission, alleging that they are 'not he able to feed herself If the Then; may have been a time subnormal and constitute a dtscriml-- hesitancy of the farmer to produce when the residents of a small commerce,' keeps up, Coal Barge Rate Reduction Is Op- nation against interstate and that hearing is to he had on the! "Stock cattle and hog are fewer country town or a fnriniiiK ili.s-triposed By Operators In Riser took little or no Interest in question raised September I'Jth Kentucky this year than for n Im j number of years," said Mr Counties, Hanna. airairs outside of their own I "Kveo'lMdy produced during war IHflTUPfl MAY WRECK I. C. C. POLICY ww men lAUPKTCn PltC ant! lhere WiM , Uw ,urpIuthewhPn local community, other than to mmiHdicn unoc vote their straight party tickets Way Out let hostilities ended. This surplus soon Washington. Aug 0 Henry Ford's It Proves That There's a at election time. Many Suffennj Lancaster Folks, 'will be gone. proposal to reduce rates un coal Just another rport of a rase la "Within two years I do not believe Hut that time ts not now. It barged down the Ohio Hlver from Lancaster Another typical c.s.. will be able to feed herself has not been for many years. Ironton. Ohio, to Detroit, and from Kidney aliments relived In Laticas. America l( tht. ,it,,nf. of lntf fiirmer t0 pro. the Ironton and Jackson County dis- ter with (loans) Kidney Pills, Ask ',,,,, The man behind the counter k trict in Ohio, hns brought protests our neielibor' i v -- "not blame the farmer, or the plow in just as vitally W II Con., prop, of gar... D.in-and rciiurt for suspension from the says "I had i vr' ior hesitating about raising live interested in state and national St . northern West Virginia coal operatock fvr the market. In Shelby affairs as is his cousin in the I took tors' association, from associations of trmible wuti my kidneys lean's Kblney Pills and found them county where I Jive, a farmer bought K'reat city. operators in the Harlan, Hazard and i ,... I...- I,...-- ., i i thirty head of .i i . .t... cattle as feeders in South Appalachian districts In Ken-..- ., typnold (ever before that an! I July, paying $1L"J a head for them. The forcixn news is just as irginia nml ,,,,, West Mrginia. tucky. my He fed ,rimh l)ro or them ait winter allowing them carefully .scanned front day to Tennessee. I would get spells of bark- kldne) to range over 100 acres of the best and the Held of research While none of the trunk line rail- - rhe and was lame In my hips I roads whose rates are endangered by could hardly stivip user my bark hurt Illue Gra, land and in June of this and invention is religiously year sent them to market and got what Ford proposes doing have joined so t heard a great deal about (Man' JvS a piece for them, as Mulshed rat- - scrutinized. the operators, it Is known that they Kidney Pills and made up my mini to else them a trial It wssn t long ! He. He lost not only Ml each in There is little that transpires are In full sympathy rM fah'.,ml, ' ,mt" thv ot th, ',.V'ne. in the world of alfairs that is If the Ford rates are allowed to In- -! . u.nn nionins leeuing, me interest on hi me iiuuuie mra come effective it is believed the whole ii taken a few Iman's wheneser I har monr. ami ,neo,nc from lh(. ,00 not known and understood by rate structure made by the Interstate felt my bark gettln weak and thejriafrM the man in his rural home, for of ViluaMe jaml. Commerce Commission in obedience riare alra).s straightened me up In. is through his constant The hreed.ng industrj- m Ken- - it to the law requiring the establish- RooslahniMs" search for advanced known COc. at all foster Mllburn tUfk' ' al a Iow eul 'hU V ment of rates that would give a reP'Ht this ts due to the ledge of a practical nature that l'r' ,ineturn of 0 per cent to the railroads, Co. Mfrs, lluffalo, N. V fact that transportation is now he is enabled to keep pace with will fall. That structure was reared handled by automobiles and trucks ago. less than a year ........ lin.l' thrnu . ........ .fi.n'it. - ,"V . V. .1VIU.II I the swiftly moving tides of life. '.I"H' According to Wilbur -i Itoc, Jr., If a just comparison could u,r " '' It a si is due in 'ruattorney for the Northern West Vir- a I ait Alcaic ,ur. . e pr be 'f ve sr Jvk lie made it is probable that, ginla Coal Operators' Association, the man for man, the person in the en- j Breeding Industry lias Been Losing, issue is "whether an j country s trepreneur is to be permitted for town or ou the farm ' Business Since War. I I would of his own, to break down the be found to be better Kentucky Is going to "wake up" rates on coal on which .several ra posted ou the atrairs of the one of these mornings and find her roads depend for livehood world in general than the avu vlf ehort of food animals and other He also pointed on' taut STORMES DRUG STORE erage dweller of any of the short time ngo the For J ra Irja I JJ.n .Lve stock, n the opinion of State of Agnculti re, W C (great cities. ed with other raiiroa is n Ou j n re Ci)mnii.ss..-"c- r KENTUCKJANS To Fight Ford Plan. Very Awake ct how-Tll- le 1 da, J" 1 VI - I- Scarcity Of Cattle Un. I. C,.i iiga iiu j , ..,! , over-xenlo- I pur-poe- ' el .Ms-ir.iim- pri-vldei- to auer kniut but without the salt Giant rje gnt wint uiiiourlu-l- . Cattle Fed Regular Rations. The rattle were not niiil'lled to eat any of the siloed products to satisfy hunger, us buy was fed them users of FabricTfres mi frveA. ftom the makers of U.S.Rqyal Cords to the n mokes of Batteries CONN end auBTt4?CvKvsSaj9N'JC CONN bbMJlJbKbbQeDbbbbbbbbILbbbV BBBBmBBBBBBBBBBOrTsKBBaamaVJl THE U.S.USCOTREAD is Hm U. S. Usco TreaJ. with a long established sundarj (4 service among motorists lu have an eye to value, as well a to price. While selling for less than the other tires in the U. S. Fabric n line, the Uco lus eerneU f Jf quality end dependable economy whUb is not by aay tire ia its daaa. repu-Utio- "atrtnt I ire dree eeer "e ftare hre meJO COMMISSIONER'S SALE OF LAND A Silo Filling Crew at Labor Gather-InVS. Corn Sled Type of Cutter I Defendant. Charley Hull, i't nl. In Use and Corn la Carried Directly Judgment rendered Pursuant to a to Wagon. at the March Term. HI 21, the undersigned Commissioner will sell at pub- between siloed rations and they bad lic auction to the highest and beat the regular portions of grain. Ttie bidder nt the Court House Door in tests were not entirely conclusive, tanruster, Ky., at 11 o'clock, A. M., na the Humilities were so or thereabout,, on small that the animals dbl not have MONDAY, AUGUST T2. l'Jlil. un opportunity to get accustomed to the real estate mentioned in the unfamiliar llaorx. follows: pleadings and described as The department may make more living the same property that was extensive tests another season on conveyed to Charles Ingruham by T. 1). Chestnut, by deed dated Nov. 2i, some of the materials, ns there was lDOU, and recorded In the Garrard tin (pirtiiulty with barrel lots to County Clerk's Office in Deed Hook gain any knowledge as to the beef mid milk producing witue of the No. 22, page 00. In Garrard County, Kentucky, on Sugar Creek; said ftssN. land is bounded on the West by the lands of Knsun. on the North by the lands of Onttott, now Humphrey, on BEETLES ARE MOST HARMFUL the Kust by the lands of Humphrey, and on the South by the lands of Covering of Cheesecloth Will Afford Harve Warren ami Kd Naylor's heirs, Nectsiary Protection for rontalning .15 acres more or less. Vines and Plants, There is deducted from the nbove tract of hind and not to be sold hereThe xtrlxil cucumber beetle ntld the in, a Mini tract of land sold to Kd rurillilber beetle attack cuNaylor, un the opposite side of Sugar and melon tines cumber, Mpia-l- i. OreuK from the mam tract of land. The purpose of this Hale is to di- thriiUKb the liist. The best pmtee-tlo- n l to rover jnung plants with vide the net proceeds arising from fniiiies, which tuny tlio sale among the parties Joint own-er- a cliec.iTlotli-i-merearches. When art their interest may appear. be made mi barrel-lumto the the Itiswts urllially get TKKMS. The sale will be made on a credit leaves, n solution of arsenate of lead of klx months and the purchaser will nnd bordeaux mixture Is effective. ln renulreil to exprute hum! with mi. proved security for the purchase! SELECT SEED CORN IN FALL price, due in six months, anil bearing g 1 mi-ess H.r. hfi of modem IN all biggest conundrum is the. merchandising fabric tire situation. Around 70 of ull car owners use fabric tires. Their instinct for quality is us strong and insistent us uny one else 's. Why, then, are they offered such hodge-podg- e stocks of "distires,""odd lots,""seconds., count CIItCUIT COUUT. Plaintiffs. Leslie Williams, ft al, OA Kit A UD United States Tims art Good Tires U.S. USCO TREAD U. S. CHAIN TREAD U. S. NOBBY TREAD U. S. ROYAL CORD U.S. RED & GREY TUBES "retreads" and other bargains of uncertuin origin? d People have Rotten very close to the U.S. policy. Felt it. Benefited by it. And passed the word nlong. It'sapolicysettledtoonestand-ar- d for all U. S. Tires. Whether fabrics or cords. Smull sizes or lurge. Giving to the fabric tire user fresh, live tires. Being made now. Being shipped now. All the originul U. S. vitality and servcecomes through when you buy a U. S. Fabric Tire. Sooner or later the public always seeks out quality. As a c matter of tion if for no other rcuson. The opinion in favor of U. S. Fubric Tires hus spread more this year than it ever did. self-proteout-and-out "Usco," "Chain," "Nobby." Three different treuds. Built by the same brains, the same policy, the same quality ideals thut have mude U. S. Royal Cords the standard meos ure of tire worth. - United States Tires United States Haselden Brother! Garage, Laacaater, Keatacky. Becker aad Ballard. Br? aataville. Keatacky. Palat Lick Garage, ralat Uck, KeatMCky. six per cent interest from date until paid, having the force and effect of Autumn Ii Favored by Many of Best Seed Men of CountrySupply a Judgment upon which execution of Seed Assured. may issue, payable to W, II. Hroun. Master Commissioner ot the Garrard Circuit Court, and u lieu will be Many of the best (wed men of the upon the property sold until country h.ne rome to th conclusion the purchase money is paid. that fall selection of need rum is One best from every ntauiilr. W. H. BROWN. Master Garrard Circuit thing I certain. If It Is selected In Court. tl. tall, the fanner Is certain u hav. L. L WALKElt, Attorney fur Ma, seed coni. 0 Rubber Company The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky.. Thursday Aug 18, 92 1 1 CIRCUMSTANTIAL You Are In Danger! pi J By CHRISTIE V JACKSON. Htl.flH.1. I i ts I mm certainly in dunce r. You arc in cUnirr, not only of being robbed, but of havinK omc worr fate befnll you. There are, Mid to ay, those who would not hesitate to commit murder, if necessary, to expedite a robbery thnt they have planned. You will be safer nnd your money certainly will, if it i deposited in bank. Wc not only offer you 100 per cent afety, but will add ! per cent interest to your balance each year. As to your valuables, you cap store them in our vault in which they, too, will be really safe. Arc tl.e limpltal rcwily to liot.e lliiiutli'litl) he Ko l ilt "lllinrsei.t j i,,i vi i, nil tlir linn' Mid, l ilt tl.Ht it.ei.nt I.W t uiilns fi.r to Hi.'!tir llnrdi'ii. k ii III ll)rnlll. duly Iimh to le He look time imly to mil HtHyu Mclilill on tl.c plx i.e mid tell her he etMt tti' mrilliC with hT. I'l'lild IHit iuhI If l.e eiihl mil tlie tiext day. to the 'Ilieh he tnmle reutly to Miiern iKy wiinl. TI.e htlriit. ii man iihmit thirty, hurt ill mi auto ucrkletit. In) on the I'lr. rating "r lie Mulled at llnrilen Ixnt oer dim. hnl itinke JOU quite H tUlt thl trip. ' then lil fare MiUn-d- . "Win n I nm fit In he M en I wMl J oil I roilld M ini for Ml ii .Meldeii. Tnl her Arthur wntiln to mv her." 'Mil II tlie liur.e ruliK.i)lnc her-I- f nlioul the ntli ht mid he mid ln more. I moment eterythltic 'or IIhtOiii nt wan red, then he liltnM-lpulli-i- l It would r. ; t,eer do to lit III own per0Mil set tlie upper hand. He did int know what tie tnnn'i nll.'T liniiie he illil not rnre; tie hnted him with the utireAenlnir Imtc of -i. to do M Ilut he forced lilm-'- lf With wlft. skilful Imii't' he worked Mini Mn had the pittimt raioly to he put to led. Iioetor lliirdeti went laik to M ri'lll tertured h tlie thought of wlmt t till mull to l'.eln He ktiew i tint In the mornitii.- - lie muM unit for l.er to eome to I In- luxitnl ; tlireilfli tin- - loot liNir- - of tl.c nlflit lie learned wlmt ii'Tte H.re wlmt lie lilld iif-hlpn-lrntll'-t- lltl l7 M" I'r llnrilui .tir. niiifi Ntvta. lllt lrl, line MiihI. If you .ire in the hub! of WrcpinR money or valuable on your person or about your house, you j 0j jp 5 C f gf G J ';ii.s :! - pj E & lttir feel-.m- The Garrard Bank & Trust Go LANCASTER. KY. I g f ,r1,,.(k:i the United Matu and We n,' ( u!l foreign lntiei. '.vh.vh art Kiid in ifi iuu.ts. i. 5- - Im- f m ' ui' Youir and oM ti) .n me timu ution, inI am thr Countr Wei.. struction, i ntrrtamm nt. inspiration, I am the friend f thr fam . the olare. comfort. I am thr chronicler hrtmrer af Uamjr from other fncnaa; f birth, n. love nd death the I pnk ta the honre n thr tvesrisur thro irtvat facta of man' existence. ttejit af vne-cia- d I knnr tmrether hoyer and seller, forth r tar itlaw of winter' lamp. to tar benefit af Uo,v ; nm part of I make tli' evening hour; thr martvt-plar- r Into of the world. I reard tin urea and the final). tho tar home I tarry wrd af the rood and week! which feed, ami rlatkt, aad shelter, of tar varied tkat ita Ml aankc up lift'. and which min.Mor to comfort. I aw and of hr horn; I fo!-- j health an ) hpir hamble hepin- law iter wo In 1 am thr work af the wrrk. tho ; weUKtr tay Bte aiVt KWtary of thr yaw. tb Ttcotd of my r ta tan uouer I tako to thorn the raMtaantty in ta archive f Mate thrill af eM 4aye, with wheieoomr amd Matian. The Country Weekly h.tk,- f rnlhd Mni'nn-it'-n- smer' nere." 1 hp at !r ti't he fim tl.e nnme If lie trliil to -Arthur'" on Ike ptinteil mi;e: if he elow-i- l III i tlie lilitne ilmniil IiIih, iiihI tlie werdu, "tell her Arthur want to M'f her," rnnit In hl tlie nlcht, ti lie mr. to think of l?nrly In the imritik lie Mint to tlie rHtlonal itwn'i' rwm. Tlie itleMt am kltliouch nCiiiiik-- rrewtly lie e raller" hiler In would he at'e to the flay. Hie iiume wu Arthur Mar-!.- . 'd I spuak thr aic Atted ta km nndrtandmr My rotiBmraticm t .i )arrr thin that of n rum: my ward Inmii af thr I c.m-ma- n am am air tmint. I thr nponrnl of thr IWe of fir Coeatry Whly. - I'jrci rr Jl'.tw I 'ny Imn, my Mader .m n i.rnr ' dami, 'n erity HOW CAN THIS BANK SERVE YOU? of thv people of ?h. It tn O.ir '.i K tmt.iS- tit 'd of - f ,1m--- - ,s he mnuinitv. are enrnnij: a salary and wan' to your condition m life, t.lk it over with u. A banker ha.x necea to mnny facta which are not Kenernlly known to the public. 1'orhnpn some of them may be of value to you. HAVt: VOU A SAVINGS irrjre ACCOUNT WITH US? THE NATIONAL BANK 01 LANCASTER. S. C. DENNY, Chier. Cuplrol 450,000. Surplus $50,000. Honor Roll Bunk n which cut down the dinrr texiktunce of the flrot crap. ,1 t .1 with rorrut- - I T. When thr land I kcatiby Med iimiiiit. j.....-- I thr per v'eat mbllHiati' dr trtwtmont aloae will not Kuafn""-'- ' a I .. I milt ....0 .UNI MTt e ' ii crop, treatment of the foil oi hi i nut eu i" uil jjmwn by farmer, who early necejary in thi eae. A numroepornted with the extetiwon 4vw-i- n ber of JclfepHtti County farmvi, arc demontrationH In of the Coller itf AKnculturr and condurUni: th with the College at the farm nnonU in dwmiMitraUutr benvfiti of ieed tnwtmeat, nrcurdini: present time on a total of lix acre to J. S. Cnrdnxr. extenoion sirialit to determine the ability of Milphur In vegetable iwHemni:. uader whiw in cl.Ninini: the tail. From 300 to dlrertlim the teU wre made. Tho 00(1 mil nd of thi material n beinit win ued on each aere. The treatment of deriKi blither jercei)tM 'obtained on hI uherr ptatiif Kul which coU abaut eii;ht dollars an not been jtrewn for neveral yuar arre ha been 'ticcoMfully ucd by and which wiu relatively free from potato jtrower in the Knt and jtivt evU promue of !in valuable for Keneed Kcab. treatment The iiIkiui ve cent n luuhel nnd u tucky farmeri'. itood nuunince ait.unt the pet Mo! women are itu ded by inituut that was re,ionnili1e for a reduction In tho market vnluo of much of tho but a few refuse to be ituidcd ut nil. pu:atvt irt Treating Seed Potatoes tin trp Mrf tiiir ir Kentucky The .ir mainder of the rotutt.un wa dm to Reduces Amount Of Uie eathr thi tpnni: ! l re- Scab. Hior (tru'hu it rr.' W be-m- y W. 0. RKINEY W H, DICKKRS0N W. 0. RI0NEV Office Hhone 18. FiiMral Oinctors and Embalmeri Residence I'lione 3!). i CO. for her. he went III round amonc tt.'i til own troulite itlent ufferlni: were put nut of hi mind mxl he wn ktllf-plij.irlmi. thine the nlirt. t kindly wortN of mid l It'iit. utid order to hi to the nur! tlmi n licture to n la of ttdelitc. He wn plml to he too I u.y to tlilnk. It wn inrly In tke nfterneon whin H liieni:e enme to liim tliht Ml Milileii wllii-to m. lain. He wiut It wn no tw to the oltlie lit oiu-e her. put tine it off. l.e Mie wn ente in a low wlrkir cliblr and npi'i-nrrM'O' (Nnnlnit with the troubled looii tliut )inpntliy rnc tier. She roe a lie entered. "How I he? Will lie IheV fheiifkid hurrtiHlly. her e) rearcliltic hi" fnc "Ye " he miwered I'rtchtly. tryliut In Cit n I' rip of lilm-l- f m thnt l.e would not letmy hi fiellnps "I'd 'ill me nil alutit It. How did .t liHpnr' He told tier a will n he (OtlM, with l.er Mninllnt lefore III ill with rUpii hand, tin- - color comlui: nnd (.'oiiii; in her fine. "Von nr. I nm so utixlou nlout Mil) He I rliwtil to Alice Wlnthrep and 1 nm tlie only one who knows it. It would frlchten her hlue to yet n he I telecrnm that he wo hurt away i Inir her aunt. I wrote l.er tf.l moriilnir. telllmt her I wu not well mid akkliik her If lie would Je!ie rou.e dome today. I don't think it wn wriMijt to ny that, do jou" i lookid up nt lilui. Their e;i, met lie t pped fonurd mid took Irth her hand In hit'. "No. dicr. I Ihlnk It wn tine of yr.ii to tliltilc of Hint wn to cet tier home. Munjuii) will te n ironi n new In u fr week ii mi he (Mi come to him every day; I will to that." lb- - bud rullil her duir unrendou-l. he still held her huiid. "I thought It wn you, i!elyu, he wnf .nterested in'" She turned her fare away. "1 wn horribly Jealous." He wn liuppy etiouch to make uny COIifesleli. "Were youT" she clatired up mtulii. "Ve. nnd I want Ihe rlclit to he Jeulou. may I hiue It!" "I'n rili i i me, ttoctor Hiirdeu. hut Mr. Muniuuy wishes to know If be may Mbh MehlciiT" lioetnr Hurden droiped Hvetyii'n liaudti mid turned to the iuire wlm had qulelly enlered the iilllre. "n il Mr Mariiuay will hrlnit MK Melden to him ut oiiee." Ho wondered liow much the tnui'e liml hennl, hut he was 1'hi happy to A itKiitir-nceini'iii immre To la rrent relief K l ri did nt Mliwir the (ihetie U!n! he lift the ever, and price have itono upward, at Iluckeye Sunday afternoon. the Rcneral increnie nvernitini; 0 per Lime nftrn prrventt diirair. Uia cent or more. The Japanese have It around all nut hulldinct. Sought Zoos dcvolopcd a sudden tate for watch-ini- t Hudmn A Farnau. wild nnimal live a tame life, Miaa Maudie ( lojc, who I stay-m- e Supply Drprrcialrd By War And nnd have opened fourteen oo in the in Madi.on i spendnit a few day year.. Dr. Hornndny Mini. last two with her mnth'-r- , Mm. Amanda CIoumi lluntinc Of New Slfxk Hrcomri This ha injerted more fpirit into the and family. competition for collection. nin Indu.try. Mr. Jim Kndrr ind little daush exItnre ami beautiful birds are AMLRICA FILLS NEEDS t.ettrude McQuorry tremely hitrh priced nowaday!-- , dae tcr nnd Mi to thr large inrrefiM' private p'nt from Saturday until Monday in NEW YOJIK. Aui; ft ZoaJuri-ca- l aviano. he aid. Ten of thntiand with Mr. nnd Mr. K. It. J.iy nnd over, of bird, he added, are beinit hroucht nttended meeting at Iluckeye. jrivnlea world the after lettmt; the wild animal play in to America by Chinee sailor hii-Pi- n POOR RIDGE. the wilderne during tho war, are Into San Frnnoco and other (Delayed.) etnulatmc N'aah npaia. Pram It'll I'ac.fic port. One man reported) to 1UI.. men were enr'ied m that nt ,uuu cananc were Mr. Win. Duncan vilted Mr. nnd tryiitK to capture onc another that1 cajtrd aboard a tenmer hlch re- - Mrs. Ike Duncan mey finu iaiaiatr irrauaaai animal, i cenf i, ;H.,C America ! ,1d Kirby Tenter Walker Hurdett Many animals! The toe fuitertrd. iom calve- - price unknown. uiea. ana mere were no replacement, t T V'm The butine of replwl.hini: collie' StfJ Mis Jennie Walter spent the week- 1 IMtJ I ml with her parents, at Hubble. tinn of nlmn and fanrv bensU i been undertaken on a larce scale tn. Mis Salbe I.ou Irvine spent last .. year, hoaever, and with crrat wiek with .Mr. Itradford l!iir!ettr. Simo of thr exhibit in the Mr. Lena Irvine spent Friday United State are more complete than When the body bvtfna to stiffen nurnt with Mr. Hrndford llurdette. before thr war. and inoycrr.cnt becornen painfuUt i Mr. Jnmo. Matthew nnd baby The New York Xeoloffical (iarden is usually on tndication thai t the Mom wUh M u ; Mat. only refilled it own caite and kidneys ure out of order. Keep not corral, but lent a helpmtt nand to these organs healthy by takinc thow ' i Matthmv the cuc.t The;. similar institutions in Knrope 'of Mr. James Mntthew one day lat tjOaLU even tent a shipment of animals t ACk. n iihi in Africa. Thi seemed liki ! Mis Aitnr Simpn wa the pica. rnrryinit oil to Tux pom, tiut Dr. W. T. Hornaday, tho director, explmnt-jtuot af Miss l.ovle ..nit week-enthat the collectiorM sent to Africa in- Tt.r wf !ld lUnd.ld frm.Jy for kidnty, Ilrown. tivt- cluded sprcimen unknown ,n t:dJtr and mic aciJ truublt. I Mise Christine nml Ollviu Pre- rrr.cu liner I69& Take irttuUily an.l ton spent Sunday with Mte Arleljth wililerneM of that continent. In Kixsl be. lib. In tblta in, all XeneomlKitnnt druRi,-ii- . heutotl in the zoo Cuaiantml as r.pr.s.mnl. Matthew. U. of Antwerp, Pari? and Indon sufMl It tlaa4Ha. Cakl M.l Mutldie Cloue pcnt a por- acal a Uaiulatr fered considerably in the loon war lt..in of thi week 'Ait her mother. day. I. inn and mice lay down toMrs. Amanda Cloe. COY gether and died. Htepnant and Mr. and Mr. Jna Matthew nnd I Delayed.) mocking bird toitether faded from baby spent Friday with Mr. and Mrs, And their metropolitan environment. Mrs. Abe Burton spent Friday af- Wm. Matthew. there wa none to take their place. Mis Anna Mac Speake was th with Mrs. Lynn Cobb. 1U inv iiwm iiiiiim kidukii. turnoon i spent hndny puest of Mb . orn Steven Saturday Mis Irene Harden nothinc wilder than Sentrab-- e troop n,Rnt an" ;5U""a- ers. and thos from Calcutta and with her sister. Mr. Green Harruon. M,B!,t" Halman KrMillian wa the spent1 Mncnpare carrunl only uch animals Mr. and Mrs. Sam Murphy ptiest of n jtrnnd-parcne' nnd inanimate tkmiw a wmld help' Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Kverett Mr. and Mrs. John Hay. I Allli- - carry on. the Anderson. Ballard. Ohllik Flour alwayi civrs So when the war wa over there Mim Anna Mar Speake spent from tatiifaction. Try a tack today. We wa a hortaitv of raced animal, i Saturday tint. I Sunday with Miss exchange flour for wheat. Ger- - Zora Stephen. The Allie. havinit enpinn-ttudion &. Farnau. ac- many' naw set abaut ta joodl Hardin i the iteust jj McMlamts Kdd M bcrley and' baby iuire her other olotneal poerions. ' o( Mtt jjRry Sli,a Whittaker a' and Lewi S mpso.i spent Saturday ltefore the war Germans had almot Harrodaburs;. n.itht nnd Sunday with Mr. Speed monopaliietl the wild animal trade Mr. and Mrs. Coleman Locker and of the world. Gentian colonic in children prnt Sunday with Mr w. Sherrow at Mt Hebron. South Africa and elsewhere had Mr. Jim Matthew. yielded many of the bird and mamMrs. 0. M. Moberley, who sne" mal and reptile to make n "sirht" a few day w:th Mr. ami Mr. Kru"K of these German are out uf the busi-i- n Fo!j;vr has returned home. zoos of citie and circuses. Mot Mrs. Dillarl Simjuon nnd ch.Urt-ne today, and their old collection uruunds are not what they urd to and Mi Oste Hill spent Sundnj J. ternoon with Mrs. Mary Ctouse. be. Miss Matt; Heulah Cobb an t M Competition anions; collector and McROBERTS DRUG STORE. bryer of animal is kcrner than Lenn;e T.it p atrivjed tfc,e bapt r it; i WILD ANIMALS Are For lct I rr.-entl- Ul rTi It UVVt TO DEATH jl VtT I it i lftJCn&l MtUiiaL n-a- d i tt-e- . kp lk - t. 1 rnt 1 l'.M-l)i- TUBES BECAUSEcompared with tires, too little attention is being paid them by a good many motorists. You can almost tell what a tire dealer stands for by the kind of tubes he 'carries. tubes cost comparatively M-- y Wl G A-- ILL J 1 COftt TIM AND Let them be known let them have a reputation behind them and you can be pretty sure that he is contributing something to that reputation. rare. "I want my lefore I take you to him," e said as omi n Ihe nurse wit out of the room Kvelyil hlllkhed "Well. I stipwie If you un uoine to Ih' Jealous you may ns well hue the rlcht." nny-wa- nnur THOS. S. P1ERATT NOAH MARSEE. JR. We select our tubes as carefully as we do our tires. G Ac J Tubes to go with G Sc. J lures each with a reputation of more than a quarter of a ctntury behind Lancaster, Kentucky. wl Irlih to Harnci Lltfey Fail. In Irelntid ure considerKlwlrlrliiii ing huruesrlui; the fulls of the Mlfey lllver to supply (mwer fur u railway laUu.trli In Dublin, 4 Tha Central Racord. Lancaster Ky. Thursday, Aug 18, 92 1 1 . LARGE TAX CUTS PAINT LICK Mrs. V.'. C. Fish Is reported Improving slowly. Major Davidson and wife are at ('.imp Knox. Miss Lottie Jennings is viitlng Freight Passenger And Pullman Taxes To Be Repealed. Tax cut approximating $550,000 000 were agreed tihn Wednesday of by the mujtiiity member. House Ways nnd Means Committee I5epr.il. included. bide. the excess prefit tax ami the higher income surtaxes all of the freight, p.ienge-.int- l pullman taxes. The comm.ttoc -- ill also voted to increase the exeur' to IhmiJs of families hot ng dents frnm !i00 to SI0O fur ea. h A summarized .n a for- mal statement, the omm.ttee ac included: prefi' tv Repeal of the exce effective January I. I Ml. An increase of the income tax ui. corporations from 10 per cent tj 1. per cent, with the $2,000 exeu.pl. retains, effective January i. Itcpcal of all taxes upon She of freight and jwsjengen iwid on seats and berth, effcitve January 1, W2'2. An increase in the exempt. un :j heads of families on account of i pemlents to for each dependent, as at present, instead of January 1, H21. Kxemption from income tax of tue first $500 of income from stock he!j in building and loan associations Itevisions of existing taxes include: Repeal of the tax on fountain drink and ice cream an I of a ttat tax of 10 cents a gallon on all fountain syrups to be paid direct by the manufacturer or maker. tlepeal of the stamp taxes on toilet s preparations ami proprietary and the substitution of a manufacturers' tax of 5 per cent upon the sale price. Removal of the 15 per cent manufacturers' tax on cereal beverages and the levying of a manufacturers' tax of IS cents per gallon. i Substitution of a manufacturers' tax of 2 cents a gallon for the pres- cnt 10 per cent upon the sale price, of unfermented juice beverages and ! carbonated water or beverage. of I other soft drinks sold in containers. The levying of a manufacturers' tax of 3 cent. a gallon on certain i classes of grape juice and of 2 cents! gallon on other classes, in lieu of the present tax of 10 per cent upon the sale price. i It also was agreed to levy 5 cents! a pound on carbonic acid gas sold to manufacturers of carbonated gases. Member of the committee estimated roughly that these changes would result in a net reduction of 1550,000,000 in the total yearly tax bill. This is 145,000,000 below the estimate reached at the White House conference, but it was explained that the estimated revenue from cor porations would be $45,000,000 j greater than heretofore reckond by reason of the repeal of the excess profits exemption of $3,000 plus an nmount equal to 8 per cent of the invested capital for the taxable year. The tentative changes agreed upon constitute the great bulk of those proposed to be made, and house leaders wero Jmore confident than ever that the bill would be completed :n time for presentation to a caucus, of house Republicans next Monday, j WW lllll mmmmm Bl mnn nnn BBBBBB i.'l fill fl nnnmnnn BBBBBBBaaBBaiBaiBB i 're'atves in Unciuler UHs week Several from here huveli een attending the revival at (Jllcad church Miss t.enn Estridge had a her week end gtfest, Mia tlrtgHt. of Stan-fo- r 1 J Mrs Oeirge Sheptotnl and daughter, of Cincinnati, nre visiters of rel- atives here Mi lluntetbi ItolMnson if Valley V ew hs been vittmg hw aunt. Mrs. Walter (.'enter Krv II J Skuggs aftti family visit-e.- i mother, in Ore count) the r if t'e M week been the in I.ur.lle Ijiclejr u of friassd attract ve I...k te pas week. gut e a Paint Mr s- - Fart r.ime after (iarrelt, htt returned si.it t her parent, Mr I Mm W C. Fish. Mr (Uroett Kemper d Mr Reynolds were n I'.ilnt Ijek Monday v Mglmg lil friends. with effev.-Uv- w mmammmmm Hal wmmmr M.se Cjnfh.n Pmvtot an.t Je.!e Hnmm.uk spent part of th..s w.k w!h Mr John Anderson Mr and M- -s mi Rebt Ward and i.Mrrr were dinner gutnt .if Mr Mrs Rbt I.edfurd Sun lay Mr and Mrs Walter Centers, Mr j and Mr. Tandy Center were guests j Sun. lay of Mr Otnnes Henderson Va.- - te medi-cine- HON. J. N. KEHOE MAYSVILIE, KENTUCKY, On arrount of the raia !at Sundv afternoon the baptizing was pott ;r.ed unt:! next Sunday at .1 o'clock Meidame Wa.ker. Snm Mnn.lay U. - O Woeds, , I Mer. Areh lnny motored Rolirrt Walker and to Lexington j Lawyer, Farmer, Warehouseman, and Tobacco Grower, Ex-Congress- man will address the Farmers and Tobacco Growers of Garrard and adjoining counties at the Mr and Mr Hiss Grave. Jr . are resetting congratulation over the ar-- f rival at a little daughter, who made hr appearance Sunday night. 14th Mi Fannie Francis, who has ben viiting her grandmother. Mr J II Francis, and other relatives ha re turned to her home in Oklahoma M.iter Durward Center has returned from a vnit to Mr. Hugh Robinon. at Valley View. He ala visited his aunt, Mr (i. C Cox. m Richmond ( wll be an ice cream supper at Fairview church Saturday night, in the interest of the Ladle Aid Come everybody, and help this good cause. Mes-.lam- Ther Si-cet- y. COURT HOUSE IN LANCASTER, Mrs. E. L Woods enter.j-.nethe following Saturday to dinnerWoods Walker, Robt Walker. J 11, Woods. II J I'atnck- - and Misi Hal Royston. Monday, Aug. 22nd, Co-Operati- AT TWO O'CLOCK Every Farmer and grower in Garrard county should hear this distinguished speaker explain in demarketing of tail the Sapiro Plan of the ve Mute Neoma Rettts, of Pittaburg, Pa., and Gladys Parks, uf Richmond, have been spending several days with their grandparents, Mr. and Un. Wm. Hurt, Sr., and family Mr and Mr. W R. Roap, Mrs. Martha Wynn and Miss Fannie Dow-de- n spent last Sunday in Frankfort, the guest of Mr- and Mrs. W P. Dewitt Mr. Roop and son will remain for a few days. II. - Davi has purchned of R, G. Wood about 4 acres of land Joining Mr. Ollie lloian. Price Iti'.OO.OO, It is reported Mr. Davis will erect a ham!ime residence in the near future. Mr. Davis ha purchased the old Gngg's property. I- alj FOR RKN'T: Two otfice rooms! over Mount's hardware store. Immediate posession. I have moved to rooms vacated by Dr. Gilbert. I)r. J. K. Edwards. Tobacco. Farm For Rent For Year 1922 Having decided to move to town,' will rent my farm of 12:! acres, 'hree miles from Lancaster, on the Huckeye pike. For further information ea!' 1 L. L. WALKER, PROHIBITION Increases Chairman. numlitr of u.nnlf . ( i Earl Jennings Satunlay I evening by gathering at his home The occasion being hu 21t. birth-jdn- y Delightful refreshments were Each one left wishing htm j served. many more happy birthdays. .1 -- Quite - surpn-w- Attention Everybody. com-muni- Every one who it interested m the welfare and uplift of Paint L.ck nre asked to meet at Led ng the laws, One of the men con- I , in but nets tJ sell cars; customers Flatter never bothers some peo- fori' Hal: Satunlay at three o'clock Mrs. C. T. Davidson, There will be several women of Lin. ple. Thej never get it fessed that he could make enough eevi'eeeeeed m Tpofnole Ilione 325-B- . caster, who will give short talks on money in one dea. to pay for the who want to run rum about in autoAuto Business car. He didn't fear confiscation of mobiles can do so, and it is stimulatPossibly doctor never take their the betterment of this community. i own medicine becauie there Is no Come every one, both men and wo-- , caught The great- ing to the buiir.es). Courier-JournWhen the Eighteenth amendment the automobile if men and learn something to your one to pay the bill. est punishment under the terms of I buy and sell OLD FURNITURE was written It was not expected that The wise man may become foolish interest and that of your family. and antiques of every description. .t would have a reaction on the auto- the act would have baen a few huncritics at tmu-- , but the fool can never an- ed Some people might aptly be describyou care to buy, or if you cara to mobile market. However, a dealer dred dollars fine and confiscation of us If who talk about one nex wisdom. aell, write or phone thing white thinking about another. J. . Elmore, recently admitted that stimulation illicit liquor and car." tf He cited an instance of a man, LanoMter. Ky.1 had been given to the trade by the True, a chronic liar may sometimes Every man is willing to perform known to the federal authorities us tell the truth, but he probably lies Volstead act. his duty, but most of them insist upy an illicit dealer in whisky, who pur about it afterward. The lowly individual, who former-'on making their own decisions as to conducted business In alleys, he chased a buisness with rum running To known as "a There Is always happiness in this what constitutes duty. opulence proceeds. Another, explained, was driven to ulthin a few months by the tdiosyn-trasie- s man who lives by his wits," recently world for some one. As the sumThere Is a man in this town who has retired to a large farm, drives mer wanes the tear of the ice deal-e- r of the uct. brings cheers from the coal man. hears most of the town talk that isl car, and enjoys life have sold cars to men who ad- a floating around. If It is at the ex-- 1 mitted that they expected whiskey generally as a nun of means. It is The comptroller of the currency pense of some other person he does (whispered this man "claned up" $1,-- ! to pay for them," he said. "I know complains that too many bunks are not form a fixed Opinion at once. positively that others, who, before 000.000 In two years,. being started. His warble is less dis- He knows there is aMthtr side to the It also was admitted by federal tressing than that of the depositors story. Sooner or later he will hear prohibition, wouldn't have thought of purchasing a tire, have ordered a car 'authorities that this man has long when one stops. that other side. Then he will comand sometimes repeated the order been under observation, btft effort pare them both, make allowance, to have him indicated for hi many Fashion papers tell us that both ways, and come very near to HIS. HAIXIE SWEENEY within a few monthi. u tkAftky It is "Nor is the purchase of cars limit- llleglal dealngs have failed. wearing apparel is to be chang- hitting upon the truth of the case. ed by color, race or creed.' The boot- said that he obtained 1200,000 worth ed attain all of 'which Ls quite to That fellow has brains and knowa Lou AiMt CUUENUUEH leggers eem to niVe atoppej at noth-i- a of whlaky in one day. Like the fact, it how to use them. Perhaps you are bt expected. Court IfeuM LMCMtcr, Ky. that fellow. DaarlUt, Ky. . Tht can aatlit them in hraak- - Hawaver, the dealer said that ha need an occasional bath. Antique Furniture. al , , MONEY FOR RENT Two Farms near 'i high-power- ! Loan On Bryantsville, Ky. Paw 23. Farms 'a aaaj ' MMMMMaMMttaaaaftM