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CHARLES EIGHT APPLICANTS KCHOE EXPLAINS REVIVAL Examined For Clerk P. WEAVER MARKETING PLAN Convened Last Monday To Start In Danville Carrier Positions. Immense Crowd Hear And Adjourned For Loses Life When Train Next Sunday One Week. Mr. Frank Powell, assistant post Hits Auto. Speaker At Court The August term of the (iarrard Circuit Court cenvened last Monday morning with Judge Hardin on the bench. Iluth the grandjury and the petit Jury were called and competFinds SmU ed. Judge Hardin gave a short and Farmer Congressman impressive talk to the grand jury, meat I. Almost Unaalntsus Aatl pointing out to them the Importance Fresilcts Success Ts Unit of their sworn duty to investigate all violation of the law, quoting an in Cravm. Ascription caned over the door of one of the oldest brck houses In MerHon. James N. Kfhoe, of Maysvllle, cer county, which says: "Look to the Tobacco Notice. There will be an educational tobacco meeting held at the Court House in Lancaster Saturday, Sept. 3rd., at I :.10 P M. The speaker will be announced In next week's Record. It Is the duty of every tobacco grower to come and learn of the new plan of getting a living price for his tobacco. Our campaign for signers will opn Monday, Sept 5th. Kvery precinct chairman will call a meeting of his precinct workers to meet him at some convenient place In his precinct on Sept. 5th. There should be not less than six of thee workers on each voting precinct, and as many men as can be obtained. These precinct chairman and thsir helpers will at the meeting on Monday, Sept 5th.. make a complete list of all of the growers in the respective precincts. A postal card, (which I will furnish) shall be sent to each grower, setting a time and place for all the growers of each respective precinct to meet, and sign the contract and organize to go out and see each grower who doe not attend and try to get 'ill to siirn the contract, makln? a complete canvass. Lets everybody work and nobody shirk, and all get together, and place the pric- - of tobacco on a paying House Last Monday. tunkrr, grower anil law for thine inheritance and not to d warehouseman anil prominently thy progenitors." He called special with the tobacco interests of attention to the violation oflhe pro nddrrssed the tobacco hibitlon laws, which at present wm Maysvllle, grower ami farmer. of Garrard sweeping the country, leaving In its county last Monday, one of the larg. wake murders of the mot atrocious est Msdienres ever seen in the court churacter. house, hearing his iilemliil and conOn account of many absent witvincing Ulk of one hour and thirty nesses court was adjourned until next minutes, with unabated interest. Monday morning. The speaker was introduced by The following constitute the two Ju.lire L. L. Walker, the local chair-ma- n Juries; for (iarrard county, saying that Grand Jury he was one of Kentucky' ,. most sue It. V. Anderson. W. T. Arnold, , . m ceasiui Dullness men in an ui.1.1. "" Ward. Tom McMllllan. Kd coax, me Krmoving ni drrtaklngi, llrown. II. II Cox, Clay Sutton, Waspeaker launched out with his earn- lter Kelley, I'lerce Huffman, I). II. estness that captivnted the audience Montgomery, K. C. Gaines and T. M. that had packed and jammed the Arnold, the latter being appointed room far beyond Its capacity. foreman. He said, "the farmers of this bur-le- y Petit Jury. district know that not one in a John Pendleton, J. I'. Italian!. hundred of them has a chance to William C. II. Ilolton, Alex make a dollar this year unless they Dean, J. W. Culley, C. K. Potndextrr. In fact, I'ruitt Thompson, John Naylor, Ma-o- n get it out of their tobacco, I have been told by hundreds of Pollard. J. M. Craig. C C. Sow-de- r, them thot they will not make enough Jess Doty. I'urker Jenkins, J. clear to pay their taxes. II. Wood, Sr , V. F Hrickey W. II. "Everything they base this f nr Koop, J. P. Wank- - .Walter Centers, old show, a lots and, on account of George It. Robinson, Ebb Scott, being In competition with the rest of Powell Dailey, W. - Prayther and the world with everything they have Price Ilourne. to sell, and realizing that general business conditions do not promise !. C. R any early readjustment, they know There was genuine surprise ami that the profitable tale of their tobacco is the only hope of many of them isorrow here Tuesday evening when it became known that Mr. II. (. to avoid bankruptcy "A farm in this district, no matter Cover had died at his home out on how well managed, will prose a the Ijtncaster pike at 5:30, says the liability instead of an asset this and Interior Journal. Some months ago many years to come unless we suc- he was a very sick man, but he receed in perfecting this organisation, cuperated and was seemingly himself f fear. The bankers realite that again He was in town latter part their deposits are sure to decrease , t the week in good health and spir unless tobacco brings a good price, its, and it was hoped and believed and the merchants realize that It that he was good for many more wilt be Impossible for them to col- years. He was 05 years old and was lect accounts or enlarge their busi- a son of the late Uourne (iover, of ness unless the farmer realizes a pro- Pulaski county, and he came to Linfit on their tobacco, so there Is noth-l- coln county many years ago. He strange in the fact that the senti- was for many yeans a stock trader, ment of Ik district is virtually unani- being junior member, of the tinn of mous on this subject. All are equal- J. F. and B. G. Cover. Mr. J. F. Cover, who was a brother, died in ly and vitally concerned." "Tobatco" he said, "is the only Danville some six months ago. Mr. thing that has been able to withstand (over was twice married, his first the depressed business conditions of wife being a Miss Singleton, of the the world at large. It is not being Kast End. Ilia widow, who was Miss sold to consumers at a cent less than Maggie Davis, of Crab Orchard, and it was isold during and following two sons, Wallace and Shirley D. the high priced period of the war. (over, survive the good man. He also leaves three sisters, Mesdnmes Burley tobacco products, the of which i constantly in- W. A. Kice, of (Ira ml Junction, Colo., creasing, art selling to consumers to- Mrs. J. K. VanArsdale, of Louisville, day at very profitable prices to the and Mrs. It. C. N'unnelley, of this manufacturers. They are able to city .and one brother, Mr. James Covobtain the same prices for these pro er, of this county. Since he was a youth Mr. Cover ducts as when they paid on an aver age of 38 H centa a pound for the nai- - "en a devout member of the Christian church and he was active tobacco, und there is nothing to that such will not continue to in his work in the Master's vineyard. be the condition so far as the manu- He was a member of Diudent Lodge, No. 81, Knights of Pythias, nnd was factured products are concerned. an interested worker In any nnd all Ceasusaptlon On Increase. good causes. He was a clever man, "The consumption of these pro I a good citizen, a devoted father and . I tl every-- , .iucu i. on inc increase, wm.e a kini, alu.nVtf body know,, that the production will. Tho burja, Uk (n UuTulo be considerably reduced this SirnK c,mi.u.ry Thursday afternoon In view of the history of the busines. , K ft.r wrvJwt , thc It is useless for the growers to ex- j . Kni of I pect a fair price for their tobacco were in charge of the burial. unless they merchandise it through Hew W. K. Rix, of Bcrea, will one agency. They must quit dumping It and standing helplessly by preach ut the Baptist church Sunday while it is taken away from them at morning. All members are urged to a price fixed by the buyers, regard be present. less of Its value. Hsginning Sept. Ut. our terms "Ilurley tobacco in the leaf has value, and it must be sold in an order will be strictly cask to everybody. Anderson Bros. ly way, as other things are sold, ac cording to ita value, and that is what the Hurley Tobacco School Opens Marketing Association means to do 5th. If this tobacco Is not signed up thsrs The 1921 session of the Lancaster la going to be' some very rough sled' ding ahead tor the uurley grower (traded and High Schools opens on and the business Interests so Inti- Monday, September 6th. It Is very mately connected with the farmers. Important that every pupil be on The business men and citizens gener hand on that day. The prospects are ally of the district who are not active- flattering for the largest attendance ly at work for the success of this in the history of the school. movement are nuking a ter!us mis take. It offers, in my opinion, our had been pledged, bringing the total up to about SM.900 pounds, pUdgta taaacal salvatie.1 At tke caathssloa of the address without solicitation. maay fanners sad growers valuator-tall- y An active canvass will be made, came forward and signed up throughout the county soon and their crop sad in a few Minutes kaowitur ones say that 75 per coat about throe huadred thousand peuais r asere will pleift their crepe. Iden-tille- ... jton ;!). Of dnvr C -- .1. ,,, ,,,,. 'r. September master of Danville was in last Saturday and held examinations eight applicants for clerk and The Union Revival Meeting for for Mrs. Anna Sewell Weaver, clubpositions In the I.incaster of Danville have carrier woman und wife of Charles P. Weav- wh.ch the churches postotTice. These offices lire crujt-e- d er, former Mayor of Louisville, was been prepsring for many week will by the fact that Lancaster has injured fatally at :t o'clock Sunday open on next Sunday evening, Aug. just been raised to a .second c'ass when an automobile in 28th, at 7;30 P. M. Rev. William office, which calls for morn clerks and afternoon D. D., the evanwhich she was riding was struck by Edward Hiederwolf, carrier's for the free city delivery gelist, will arrive on Saturday a train of the Queen & Cresent Route which is to be started just as soon as Danville is doubtless on the eve of miles south at Silersville, forty-fiv- e the patrons of the office securi! the a gra' religious awakening at they of Somerset. mail receptacles. Quite a number of Paul M. Strunk, .IS years old, have been fortunate enough to secure these boxes have alreidy been put chauffeur of the automobile, was the services of the man who shares up and the street signs have been hurled fifty feet with Mrs.. Weaver with Mr Win. A. Sunday the distinc- posted and all the houses of the automobile, tloth tion of being one of America's two city have been numbered. in the wrecked Dr. most successful evangelists. were placed aboard the train and hurThose who took the examination Blederwolf has been In the evangeried to Somerset. last Saturday were: Curtis Sanford, e years and Mrs. Weaver, who wns badly crush- listic field for twenty-threBen Wood, Miss Con Bryant, Mil ed, died at 4 '.05 o'clock aboard the has conducted campaigns in practi Minnie Brown, Julian Anderson, Robland, train, an hour after she was injured. cally .ill the large cities of the Meadows, Karl Broidus and Bas-coHe secure 1 his early evangelistic ex-- 1 ert The chauffeur, whose home is at Ford. H. Fay I was taken to Somerset hospi- perience with such men as Mills. D. L. Moody and J. Wilbur j tal where he died Monday. He has won for himself Mrs. Weaver was Parole Agent of Chapman a place in the heart of ministers and Plan.' the State Hoard of Charities and Cor people of this country that rection. At the time of the a i i church Alexander, one oi unIT dent she was investigating wards of few other men have occupieil, Iy his 'largesta. J landowners and tobacco safe and sane methods and yet his the board in the counties of Whitley, denounciation of sin and I ers in Woodford county, has declared McCreary and Pulaski. At Silcrs- the contract of the Burley To general- ul ' vllle, Mrs. Weaver was Investigating!1'1" h,P he h" able to move many bacco Marketing Association. In a the case of an alleged delinquent girl. I a friend here Dr. Alexander For twenty years Mrs. Weaver was communities for Cod. Some one ha, letter to , said of him. "He has the learning of .declare the reason he has not signed .... ....... - his tobacco Is that he has been out She was formerly president of the a Torrey," the generalihip of a Chapof the State. Dr. Alexander siys in Alumni Association of the Louisville man. the pathos of (Jlpsy Smith, with, the fiery zeal and eloquence of Billy his letter: Girls' High School and was formerly "I learn that there has been some president of the State Federation of Sunday. In addition to this he is a His books will be comment on the fact that my tub ic- noted writer. Women's Clubs, which took her work contracted. This t... found in the library of almost every co has not been ... ... Into a Statewide field. i . ... .. -- i .u.. i ... . "vi " '" . " tm.articles ,!.. ue lu was oblnred to .Iron much of this .......... .......... K...H,u III .fi-It i.' ..... ,. -- . , mi tiMnmt.. fn -- .n tin .i sft.in ....... ... .....!. .... ...u.w-- k Ullir iiiuiimi I'l'c.i r.ttj magazines ot our, as I return next month, as I bri eve a connection with the Board of f th plan of marketing countr " hn ust recently re-- ! the Charit.es and Correction. She wa, a " Kruen me utn imihc i lumen irom a worm tour, .speaking pioneer in suffrage work. get a fair return fur their crop." Mrs. Weaver had many friends at the World Sunday School Conven-- : tlon n Japan and preaching in China, j More than thre million pound of here among the club women, who India. Kgypt ami other countries, j tobacco have been pledged In this deeply deplore her tragic death. He bnngs with him to Danville a county up to today, i! was innounced party of expert in their various lines, "at county headquarters of the mar-MWin Baby Rollings, his Musical Director, has keting association Oarrard county has again proven I spent many years in KvangeliMic and that she can and does produce prize j Bible Conference work, having been winning babies. Ceruldine, the beau- - associated with several of the leading Miss Florence McMurtry, grand tiful baby of Mr. and Mrs. W. (.. evangelists of the day and lead.ng daughter of John M. Hunt, of Lex Morgan y captured the prize In the the music at many large Bible ington, brother of the late Gordon show at Brodhead last week in ferences and Conventions every year, Hunt, will assume the duties of Dean Mrs. Rollings, who will play piano of Women at Georgetown College at competition with eight others. have charge of the children'Sthe beginning of the school year In I and City O. K. - I work is an accomplished musician, September. Miss McMurtry was se having secured her training with cured for the place by President M A sample of the water from the I some of the leading teachers of the B. Adams, on a recent trip to New city reservoir was sent off last we country, her work among the chil York. by our Public Health Officer and dren will be one of the outstanding Fyr the last eight years Miss Mc polproved to be free from gern features of the campaign. Murtry has be eg teaching in Okla lution of any character. The city homa. She Is returning to Ken ice is now being made from this waOn turky, her native state, after an ab ter, so patrons need not fear any bad sence of 15 years to become a mem results from this source. ber of the faculty of Georgetown ' John Huffman, colored was shot College, which she one attended as Rogers-Fish- er. last Saturday night about eleven a stuJent. On Wednesday afternoon what o'clock by his son. Louis Huffman. Miss McMurtry has just been made came a.i a surprise to their many . From facts gathered the whole bunch ptesident of the Southern Club, at friends was the marriage of Misswa4 ,jfghtly under the influence of Columbia University, in New York Louella Rogers to Mr. Oscar Fisher. ijqour and it is said that the father City. This is considered the highest I hey were accompanied to Uan- - ,ma(itf t(toxt t0 thool ont. of hi, honor that can be shown a Southernvilli-- by Mr. and Mrs. Riley Rogers. Louis Interf erred nnd er by the students of that university. 0ys when where the marriage was solemnized, flred a hot ,triking the elder Huff. The club has a membership of more .. tis..i i. l uogers is me ioeauiuui amii nwn in the .hjp Tnc wourtl j, not than 3,000. .suss r accomplished daughter of Mr. and Mrj0us. Kd Anderson and T. J Miss McMurtry was born in Gar. aefii.. airs, vsiiuam ts noifers, oi ut vsesi un- - Huffman were fined $50 each in rard county, Ky. Her mother, beca,tl'r (police court, while Louis Huffman is fore her marriage, was Miss Mary Mr. Fisher is one of Oarrard'st held under bond to await the action Katjierine Hunt, of Lexington, who most prosperous farmers. 0f the present grand jury, charged wns married to James McMurtry. of I ho happy couple win he at homeIWith malicious shooting. Nicholasville. Miss Hunt attended to their many friends at the home the school at Walnut Hill, that was of the groom's parents, of Fast A conducted there at that time by raster. This office had n real treat this Joseph J. Bullock. j Miss McMurtry is related to Judge "hen ,u ril'nJ' ''Jack" Pigs Burnside, now of Harlan, paid us a J. D. Hunt, who died recently, also Plans are being rapidly completed djort visit. Jack iro his "larnimr" the prominent Bullock families, of for the Pig and Poultry show on the In the Record office and has climbed this city, and George R. Hunt, lawyer college 'campus In Lancaster, Satur- rapidly In the profession, being now nnd political leader. Lexington Her .'Ird. the head compositor of the Harlan aid. day afternoon, September Many handsome and valuable prizes F.nterprise. one of the best and new will be given to the pig winners, these ,u.,t papers nublished In Kentuckv Good News By Wire. being published in our last Issue. jt u chuck full of well set advertise-Ther- e Anderson Brothers, the leading will be three prizes given menu, everv wlt. thnu-in.td.. ..f. clothiers of this city have just rein the poultry classes. The first ficency of this capable young e ceived the following telegram from will be a Rhode Island Red positor. Call again Jack, we are the Globe Tailoring Man, which will given by W. A. Ramsey, of ways glad to see you, be interesting news to the patrons of Paint Lick. this firm: Second prize will be a setting of MisS Cincinnati, Ohio from the prize winning pen of Aug. lVth., l'J2l. Luther Todd's bird of Berea. The City, "Anderson Brothers, third prite will bo given by the Cen- Ml Mabl!i Mttlun a fornu.r Itfh Lancaster, Ky. tra Record, a setting of eggs to be SchMj teacni.r m lh ,oca, lchool W4, "Ar.i on my way, will arrive Aug. delivered next spring, value 12.50. m the Cit. lalt week.m, am, wai 25th., and stay until August 27th. Th farmer, of the county should warml. Kn.tflej by ,ler man. frienJs. Have your dressy and particular attend this show Saturday week for)MiM Mu40n rtf$llnea rrom the hIlh trade ready to see the most beautiful some of the best show pigs in the tchool wme few ycm ig0 am, enter. line of woolens and models wt have mere ana surue may,,.,, peab0,y College, where she grad ever shown. Fit and satisfaction ut uiiemi mr aie m prices mat uated with the highest of honors and guaranteed. Prices right." will uttract the breeder. now ranks as one of the best teachFrank O'Brien, ers in the State. "Globe Man." (It) Mils Mason will have charge of the girls department in the Mayrleld City Picnic. Well Known And Admired Here. Evening. Alexander For Market grow-fearle- ss b.iis. This is exclusively a growers organization You must take a position either for or against the grower Which shall it be? Let the answer be unanimous. We are all for the grower and stabilizing the price of tobacco, thereby stabilizing the prce of our land All for good tobacco price, which spells "Prosperity." Yours for success, LF.WIS L. WALKER. Chairman. ,,.. -- , I i P""' :,.. Chamber Of Commerce Endorse Marketing Plan. Co-operative Prize. r. Garrard Lady Honored Con-bab- Water t At a call meeting of the membership of the Chamber of Commerce last Friday night, this body went on reconl as endorsing the movement of the plan of marketing tobacco and pledged its support to use every effort to enlighten the farmers and growers of the county upon this plan which is now being earnestly pushed throughout the Blue Grass section of the state. Committees on arrangements were appointed at this meeting, to arrange for h number of local people who will attend the meeting at Somerset tomorrow, relative to the establishment of a "Dixie Highwsy" through Lancaster and Central Kentucky. A number have expressed a desire t- attend this meeting. Shooting The "Shoot." Clerk AtTh Post Office. Post Master Ephriam P. Brown appointed Monday Mr. Fleece Bratton as clerk at the Post Office to succeed Mrs. Dollie Brown who resigned. The appointment is a popular one and we are sure that Mr. Bratton wffl make good in his new position. His hours are from te 8 A. M. and from 4 to 6 P. M. . Lancaster All Stars Still Winning. Mgr. Joseph took his All Stars to Brodhead last Friday and took the boys of that city into camp by the score of 5 to 1. Drew on the mound for the mountaineers was knocked out of the box: in the first Inning and the All Stars succeeded in making their five runs m- Real Treat. And Poultry. , j at that time and then Capt. Lackey's J I j Farm For Rent For Year wilt lt22 Having decided to move to town, rent my farm of 122 acres, three mile from Lancaster, on the Backeye For further information call pike. n. C. T. Davidson, rhoae 325-- 1. (MS-St- ) team held the boys down to one run throughout the game. The visitors succeeded fn forcing one man uround the field in the third inning after which not a single one of their men failed to see third. Cupt. lackey played a good game and run his team like an old veteran while "Lefty" Whltnell on first. Woods, on second; Miller, on short and Walker, or. third, played excel-leball. The fielders consisting of Jenkins. Cox and Embry supported the great little pitcher. Rohan, to the very last. Still Aastksr. Yesterday afternoon we defeated the Bereu team to the tune of 15 to 3. The visitors put in three pitchers during the game, but it was just like taking candy from a baby. The game was too d to be Interesting, but had the visitors' pitcher Schools at Mayrleld. Ky. Next Friday afternoon the Wo- had any support at all the score Two shares of stock in the Citizen man's Club invites the children who might have been different, but their National Bank, of this city was sold have attended the vacation play- result would have been the same, for publicly last Moadey for 1322 a ground, to a picnic on the college the local boys had on their batting share. It was purchased by J. W. grounds. Club Women are also clothes and drove th pill all over the Sweeney. grounds. . com-priz- Mable Maton In The nt Playground one-side- Th Contra. Rtcord, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday , Aug 26 1021. young people 15 to 10 years old; Aug. 10-2- 0 ."W.O per cent, are over men nnd women in the prime of life, vmi being from 20 to 44 yeArs old; while ll.0 per trn being 45 year of age Kentucky farmer who expect to and over, are well along In middle life itnrt an alfalfa crop thli fall will obtain best result with the legume if they have not reached old age. The urban population a compared by sowing it during the perioil of hov some rather Auguit 10 to 20, according to sugwith the rural striking difference In ape, the per gestions made by crop specialist. centapr !20 to 44 jcars of age lieinp In the Southern part of the State I uiually little risk in sowing 41.8 for the urban population n com there 'as late as September 1st. The crop for the rural, while pared with d the percentage under 15 year of npe 'requires a deep, fertile, 2A.fi In the urban population n 'soil and will not make a satisfactory i against 38.0 in the rural. These 'growth on poor land. While mot differences may Indicate larger fnml-lie- s Kentucky soil contain sufficient poof children in the country than tassium for alfalfa many of them the city, but probably Indicate alio outside of the better blue grass one in the fact that country children a they will require liberal treatment with Limeprow up have n tendency to flock to sonic carrier of phophorom. the cities thereby increasing the nc- -' stone also is an essential fertilizer IMUINI tive adult population of the cities at for alfalfa and must be applied to soils not containing it before the'e ' the expense of the rural districts, UUTDURHAM will grow the crop. one-hai of the popu A little over A favorable moisture condition in TOBACCO lation, 5:1.4 per cent, arc old enouph I the to vote, being 21 or over; and In this ...... soil is the lint requisite iin fall . - .t , it class the men outnumber the women srcuiiiK vi ine lepumc, nccorning jo (members of the crops department of in the ratio of 104 to 100. The This male of military of fighting ape, 18 the College of Apriculture. to 4 I, corntltuto .18.2 per cent of the condition will be present if the seed CENSUS male population and 1!'.4 per cent of (bed hn been prepared early so a to store up moisture in the oil. The the total population. Show Rural use of a heavy roller bforc seeding Any one can point out the wiest will bring the moisture cloer to the Moving To Cities. man In this town. It's n poor Ihh surface and permit shallower covering of the seed. The most favorable According to the census of Ul!0 who forgets hi own name. of H5.2 per cent, or over condition for seeding N present imit may be true that there I no mediately after a ruin. It uunlly the people of the state of Kentucky arc either Infant or children under ' rest for the wicked. In fact, expert- - pays to wait a long ai Is safe to ob15 year of ape; P.S per ccr.t are I ence onlv confirm u in the belief. tain this condition. The use of a clover-seedrill wi, give the best distribution of the see." and, unless the bed is extremely loose, the most uniform covering of FOK i, M t rr ecd. llecause the seed i nil cover31 ed and to n uniform depth, some PLUMBwhat less seed i. required by th method than where the covering . done with a harrow. In case where ING it has rained since the ground was last stirred it . necessary to SEE e the drill with n light drag harMCCARTHY row m order that the may be well covered. The seed should not The I LL MHr.li be covered deeper than the moisture Hcatwt, RNfaig conditions require and in no case Gttleritf, Etc. should it be covered more than one V -J M i. t and one-hainches deep. When the Lancaster, Ky. Lexington St Shop Phone 69. seed i sown broadcast a more even stand is secured by distributing f the seed in one direction and tending school was larper In cities the other half in a cros direction. SCHOOL than in the country districts, the per- A smoothing drag hi r row with the centage of children In the urban teeth set straight is the best Implepopulation 7 to 13 year being P4.4 ment for covering the see,!. The while in the rural population It wa ratc of seeding generally practiced By Show 87.1. "Urban" according to the in Kentucky is from IS to 20 pounds census definition Include, all cities an acre. Under especially favorable Census. and other incorporated places of 2, conditions a good stand may be se- cureit by sowing less seed. Circular According to the census of 1920 5000 or more. no. ,0 from the Experiment Sta there are 387,338 children 7 to 13 Kentucky Limestone Benefits Soil tion, Lexington, gives complete i!e years of ape in the state of tails for the sowing and care of al and of this number 342,174 or 88.5 Many Ways- falfa. per cent were reported as attendinp In 1910 the perccntape at school. Kentucky farmers who lime their tending school was 81.3. thus indi fields this fall will be benefiting the catinp an inprovement ai rcpards soil in several different ways, nc school attendance between 1910 and cording to soils specialists at the Col- Of the children 14 to 15 years lepe of 1920. Ajlnculture. Limestone of ape in 1920, 77.C per cent were makei soppy, water-loppeand heavy attending school and of those 10 to soils granular and liphter permitting 17 years of ape, 12.5 ptr cent. more air space for plant root. Aches, pains, nervousness, diffOf the white children 7 to 13 years Coare sandy oils are improved by iculty in urinating, often mean of ape 82.0 were unending school the action of limestone in cementing serious disorders. The world's standard remedy for kidney, liver, in 1910 and 88.7 per cent in 1920. the soil particles together. Lime nl-- o For the colored children of the same has the power of making our soli .bladder aad uric acid troubles ape tho percentage in the ame in- sweet thus increasing the number of MEDAL terval increased from 74.9 to 65.9. desirable loil orgamm and making percentage of children at-- 1 the soil fertile to a greater depth. The one-thir- can rdf BmI Datet For Starting Alfalfa. COMMUNITY CtUI IS ORGANIZED IN IOWA lOcts fnm ona m of otfMvtttattf loyi and Girls Carry Out Inter citing Program ef Work. 3f two-third well-draine- Club Hat Advantage cf Kneeuraglng Young Peeplt In Local Prefeltmt and Probably Will Be Means ef Heidinp, Them en Farms. t'Mlc.l fttat.a Wfart-n.rn- l AirlruUure.l A team of club bejs frum Cass futility, low ii, won tl.e pip fliitt demit, -- trillion lit the slate fnlr luvl fall, ! it He IsMR9 mWM ilTrr'"l Ir Schoottimt Learn to of Aerlcutftirv I'tuteil State. Ixpartlnelit ukcil this Ham t - lf rlnlly In Its exhibit nt Die National Swine lu.u- nt Ic .Mi'lin , IliilHnllliltly tliereittter the tnelidx r of till (Inn' iiMnillmi lentil, Willi old ir etitlitiltlc boj" Htid girls of tho'r home roliiliilliiiti. orpllllxnl the Club of Wii'liltiptell Tow to ship.' with lliflr nwn ottkers and prnprnm of work. INftilar iutitlily tneetlncs of tlie cltil nre l.otil. I'nrt if the time tlx n oxer to M'tic- - nnd jells nnd i!eimiitrate at PKUQ D STORED buy "I'rt-pres- lo School SuoDlies ana School Books. Scheel time will soon h here. Have yeur children the school supplies anal school books they will need ? Yeur children will go to school more willingly and study better if they have the proper supplies and their own books. We have the school books and supplies for each grade. Buy what the children need new and be ready when school opens. For drug store goods Come to US for it. 1 Population Katne In ue. luliliV- - i!icti-o- Tto litHrio. pmcnmi ti to llie flint of sulijeet IT hiHIle Krt d McRoberts Drug Store lBBBBBBBBBV mmmmmW n BBBBBBBBBBM urns BlBraaaaHaBaaB Sows Should Gain In' Poultry Housing MethWeight Before Time ods To Be Feature Of Of Farrowing. Exhibit. I 3 8 hmrffls i pro-ced- yfr 'x ull, x y Mtmbtrs et P b Club Eshlbitlng Their Prist Animals. front ineinlx r who ute onziik'ed In nrlous cluli actlltle, telling their til- -i rltiHx ami finn a of the propraut. liecldexl to enroll III n Hg Tho l' club tt.N )enr Ulid the plrl. to tiike up h Ing club work. A ccnmillii-,-liu- . It in epiH.lntcil fur each group to vcure iiexv im miter. It Is pluuiuil to put on u i!einotiirutloii by each section of ttie club tit tho state fulr next iiutumn. Tim locnl lender of the club N a Is tlono rural teacher mitl tho wi-under the dlrvctlon of the county n cent, xho hn nlreody r'celteil near-!- from other eommiinlll nuking boxr they cmild form club. Such n rlilli Ims tho ad of the lo)S ami ttitnce h ctitiiinunlty In loeal pnle Iun iiliI xx 111 prohubly he the inenn. of encoiinidiig them to rrmnln liifnnn work. tlm-llnr lf one-hal- ATTENDANCE Last Increase -- In f d SLOW DEATH GOLD CONTROL GRAPEVINE L00PER Green Wcrm Is Somttimet Destructive te Garden and Arbor Grapss Kill By Spraying. nt mmim mm m m a aaa. aaat aa a a mm. mm jX rAKM 1 HAKUWAKt 1 6) I For the benefit of our farmer friends we endeavor to keep in .stock nil articles of hardware that they can possibly need. Don't waste time and energy in "patchint:" when every moment coimts. Keep a stock of necessities on hand and be prepared to make proper repairs without delay. Stop in and get a supply of I 1 Orchard Cover Crops Booit YieWOf Treet M Trace Chains Breast Chains Log Chains Humes Clevises Bolts C mi O ; i 2S 1 Nails Wire Staples a 3 5) I Padlocks Door Latches Hinges Singletrees Doubletrees Laprings ? g (TP . ' H iecker & Ballard BRYANTS VILLI, KENTUCKY. tucky farmers have for controlling and moisture in their orchard! increasing the production of their trees, according to II. I!. Nuwonger, extension specialist in orcharding from the College of Agriculture. Heavy production of trees depends on a good growth which in turn depends upon the amount of moisture available for the growing stock. To help conserve moisture, rye may be sown In the young orchard from the. middlf f Augti't t th first of November. The crop should be turned under in the spring. Some farmers sow crimson clover or rye nnd vetch together for orchard cover crops. In old neglected orchards it is a good practice to now the space between the rows of trees with n cov r crop and rover the ground beneath the trees with straw, liepiniiing three or four InchcN from tho trunk nnd extending beyond the tips of the branches. (!ood results In conserving moisture are obtained by spreading the straw about three or four Inches thick. This material can be applied any time after the crop is harvested but should be under the trees by early srini. a green xvonn Tl.e Frai'vliie rut an Inch ami n half long, il trurtlxe to garden nml arbor gropes nnd to Virginia eneper. ha Urn found by Tntled .itale. Iepart-mriThe old time gentleman who courte-- " doing of Apriculture olwrer In the ously lifted his hat to the ladles is some itmn).''' lo xllieynrd .(111 .Innrl ulong Uike Ktie. W 'M .VMU, l.llt fit.. Uut V.... ..ni.lii. ...V II., ,,I.H.trT ( rx Srlnf quick rsHrt and cftan w.td off ChrulhilijUH Iflt irillnnrlly from earls in remind us of what was but Is not. I tiMdljr dii M. Known at lha national r.majy cf Holland fur mora than iOO June until tho middle of July. A yaars. All drurc'". la It ti NX If killed b- - sprnylng. ' Loafc far Im aaaaa CU MW.I M otitnN of poxilert t U solutitn of 1 aa4 accatrt tw of bad to fill gallons of liquid ha hei'ri fotiml effeollve. The poifon may bo uod In water or may le vtil'innl with Ixirdentix mixture liM-i- l to roritnd funpiis iIIhmih-- . A spray iipplieutlnti illroctetl prtmiirily .n the eaon ngalnt the grnpono rootwonn and Cultivation ear inotli. Imineillntely followed by the growing of cover the proix-berr- y full. Incldetitnlly mulching with straw from lifter tho crops nd looper. -tho sail the middle of August to the Middle of rotitrrtU November art-- the meant which KenIN ORCHARDS, mhiiv-tltnr- The ration used by feeders at the of Agriculture in preparing sow. for the fall fumming season is of .10 pounds of corn, 50 I composed pounds of middling, and 10 pounds uf tankage and I fed at the rate of about one pound n day for each 100 pounds of lire weight of the anliials. In addition the sows have access to to it supply of sudan grass pasture. In cases where pasture is short the grain alloxance should be increased, according to recommendations made by the College animal huilundrymcn. Muring the lat six weeks befor? the sows should be gaining sloxvly so as to be in n pood healthy condition about farrowing time which comes from the first to the middle of September. Care hould be taken to see that the animals are not allowed to gain too rapidly and become fat. A few days before furrowing, the sows should be removed from the herd nnd placed in separate pens in order to permit them becoming acquainted with the new quarters, according to K. J. Wilford, n member of the college animal htifbandry staff. This alto will allow them to become acquainted with the herdsmen and make them more contented during the period of confinement. In order to insure succes at farrowing time special care should be given to the nervous ows in an effort to make them more contented. The farowing quarters should be clean, cool and fret from Must. College Proper poultry" housing to give plenty of light, fresh air ami sufficient floor space for scratching nml exercising purposes and at the same time to climate draft will be given special attention by the poultry of the College of Agriculture in iU exhibit at the Kentucky State Fair, September 12 to 17, according to an announcement by J. II. Martin, in charge of tho College poultry work. The display will be a part of the one to be made by the Collrpe in the Cr.indstand llullding. Proprr housing ! an important Item at the present time in Kentucky poultry raising, according to field agents of the college, who have Investigated conditions in all parts of the State. The average KentueVy farmer dors not have a house for his hens which is adapted to promoting health ami high egg production of the birds during the winter, the specialists say. Models will be used In the exhibit to show interested poultrymen and farmers how they can convert practically all types of houses into those especially adapted to their farms ami the needs of their flocks. Members of the collrgr poultry department will be present at the display to answer questions and explain the essential points of poultry housing to interested person-- , Mr. Martin said. fel STORMES DRUG STORE ' f a-,w- sn LITTLE ONES BECOME BIG ONES I Mo-M'i- nx grni-otln- twii s i ft' SMALL FRUITS Blackberries, Deberrlcs, Strawberries and Crapes Centrally Give Goed Returns. I Small frullk should linve n plure In j Tor the home fruit every orchard. ilewherrle.. j supply. hliukberrb. and other smnll Mniwherrio, prnp fruits generally give a cimmI account of theiiisolves. when planted on good soil nml given tho proper attention, A smalt area nt Innd, set to smnll fr!)', will iifit-- 1'Hfi; In pioru, revenue than the rout of tint farm, pro-'vldetl, of course, there Is n market fori ! u the surplus fruit. IUGS CARRY WILT BACTERIA i Grten Beetles Transmit Dlsttsa From Ona Plant to Another by Msans of Jaws. which Infect .Strlptil green ('upiiiibem haxe been found lo carry Milt burlerla In their Jaxvs not oidy from one plant to btiother, but they often keep these bacteria nlhe over n winter In their Intestinal tract suit liifrft the plants In the spring, according to plunt pniholjcUts of the I'nlteil States Department of a Many of our friends ask us why we put forth such efforts as we do to get small accounts, many of which are started with deposits of only eae dollar. It is true that such accounts do not begin to repay the cost of handling. However, we are building for the future. These Many of them will in small accounts will grow. time become very profitable. The small depositor of today will be the large depositor ef tomorrow. The boy who opens the dollar savings account will in a few years be the business man with a valuable commercial account. We want tho youngsters to get in tho habit of banking with us now, so that they will stay with us during tho years to come. The Garrard Bank & Trust Co the United States and all foreign countries. LANCASTER, KY. We sell travelers Cheques, which are good in Th Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thurtday, Aug 25, 92 1 1 pletion all the necessary elements of beauty and make the eyei bright, an (From an Old Bachelor' Taint of effect entirely taken away by' the View.) "rouge pot" and the "ll? stick." Lexington Herald If you really have a pmslon For the very latest fashion, It It easy to be in It nowadays t You have only to remember. About In the Spring or In November, The uglier, the surer to win prals-- . W. Cktlws. To furreeJ, and do your duty, Disregard the line, of beauty, For the beautiful I, wholly out of date; Krery curve mut now be rigid, Melting tones congealed and frigid If you want to be a moving fashion plate. draperies dangle. Let your cut-of- f Stick your hat on at an angle, And It doesn't matter how you do your hair; Stilted heels that make you hobble, With a sort of Jerky wobble That suggest inebriation or despair. It is true, the fashions vary, And the Paris makers wary Often change the whole contrivance overnight; But you really needn't hurry You can be iuite free from worry, So long as you can make yourself a fright. VTIIIU Hoy,! Allen. The above rhyme i quit appropriate to the times and the mothers as well as the old bachelor are bewailing the fact that the young girl are spoiling their beauty by follow, ing certain styles. The powder and rouge habit, for instance is one of the chief ways by Nobody which this is accomplished. knows how it happened or maybe the! circus clown introduced it. but the very most carefully reared young girls will mid such bright spot of color to their cheeks and lips and powder their noses so white that they very much resemble these funmakers of the show ring Sometime. one Is actually startled at turning a corner and seeing u group of young girls with faces so beditened. Some of them have really benuti-fu- l complexions naturally and cone-- j queniiy uiey may ruin the delicate texture with these cosmetics. Soap and water, exercises, green vegetables ami fruit of some sort in the menu each day will give the com lege of Agriculture in showing the Pedigreed advantage, of good seed seed Kentucky and northern-growwas mfd in the demonstration In comparison wih tubers which represented the type usually left over from sales and sown for seed. The ped. greed and northern-grown seed yielded at the rate of -- 10 bushels an acre while the yield Explosive seed was only from the Request are being received daily 30 bushels an acre. Farmers in that by the College of Agriculture for In- community are expected to import formation concerning picric acid, the more seed in 1922 .is a result of the salvaged war explosive available demonstration for distribution to farmers at a cost below that of commercial explosive, Records Reveal according to a report from the college Cull Birds. which Is cooperating with the United Loafer hens reveal their true worth States Department of Agriculture in distributing the material in Kentucky. when they ore removed from the tlock The State has been alloted 08,000 and given an opportunity to show pound on the basis of her 3.'J2'.',000 how many eggs they can produce, according to results which have been r acres of land. In order that the material may be obtained by T. A Hoket. :i Webster County farmer who cooperated with distributed In the state it will be to obtain orders for at least the extension division of the College one carload, according to an an- of Agriculture in having his (lock of 25 White Wyandotte hens culled as nouncement made ut the coHt-geThe week before Cash with order Is required to the ex- u demonstration. tent of 10 cents a pound to cover cost the demonstration the 25 hen proof the acid and the expenses of duced a total of 'id eggs. Seven hens freight and handling. Any farmer were removed from the tlock as culls may nrdrr 100 pounds or multiples during the culling demonstration thereof up to 1,000 pounds, orders and during the week following layed being received subject to return in 5 eggs. The 11 hens that were kept case sufficient requests are not re- as layers produced a total of 57 eggs during the week fallowing tVe deceived to make up the carload The acid is expected to be of spec- monstration ial help In furnishing a means for In Union Co. farmers to reclaim and clear land at a cot less than that necessary hy u By Flock of the commercial dynamite A Culling cartridge of the acid i equivalent to nil one of comAs .i result of having h.s dock of mercial dynamite. Ilecause of the .3 White Wyandotte hens culled to insensitivene of the material tt re remove the loafer., John C. Fowler, quires a No, S cap for detonating Waverly, Union County, is feeding whereas dynamites and farm powders K hens less and in one week received are usually detonated with No. ' caps. only one egg less from those retained Information concerning the material than he did from the entire tlock the may be obtained by writing the Col- week before The tlock was culled lege of Agriculture, Lexington, Ky by specialists from the poultry department of the College of Agricul250 Bushels An ture as a demonstration to show farmvicinity how From Good Spud Seed ers in thatthe heavy-Iayn- to distinguish between hens and potato the That the uc of hens. The week be seed is n profitable practice and one fore the demonstration Mr Fowler which results In larger yields than received a total of rtft eggs from the bin- - t5 hens. those obtained from The week following the deselected seed Is shown by results monstration he rere.ved 7? eggs from which have been obtained by Western the 13 hen that were kept as layers Kentucky farmers who cooperated while the It) cul'.s produced only four with the extension division of the Col eggs during the week n hotne-grnwn d WOLF TKA1L Miss Hattie I) Price ,i on the lck list. Mr. Abe Burton was in Madison Friday. Mr. I'owell Daily is in Lancaster this week attending big court. Mrs. N'om May, of Wllmore, was Many Farmers Inquire Farm a visitor of Mrs. Raymond Davis last week. y Mr. and Mrs. Robert. Sowers visitors of Mr. and Mrs. John wen-Sunda- home-grow- n Welding Repairing We are now In a position to handle all welding and cutting clisses of as well aa general machine and repair work. Oxy-Acetelyne rJk nn Dalley. Mr. Phill Home was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Abe Hurton Friday True Worth Of night. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Moberley and Miss I.eola were week-envisitors in Madison. Mr, Clarence McCulley is reported better his many friends will be glad to know. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Davis of Jessamine, visited Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Land recently. Miscs Beie and Oracle Teater spent one afternoon recntly with Miss Bert Dalley. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis McCulley were at the bedside of Mr. Clarence Mcd 1 Prompt Service We solicit your inquiries when in the market for Gas or Kerosene Engine Power. cut-ove- . Hagan Gas Engine COiMPAINY Ircorpornted & Mfg Kentucky. Boarders e Reduced eight-ounc- e Acre g high-grad- e non-layin- g home-grow- Assignee's Sale LAND and PERSONAL PROPERTY Tuesday, Aug. 30th AT NINE O'CLOCK A. M. 1 As ...HsiK'U'e of Frank I. drown, I will sell to the highest ami best bidder miles M0 nereis of well improved, fertile land in Hoylo County, Kentucky, out the Lexington Pike from Danville. The improvements consist of two story frame dwelling, of six rooms with two halls and two porches, cellar and cistern: one lurjte tobjicco barn M x 100 feet, with 20 foot boxing; another large stock barn with tile silo, 1(1 x IS; one side of this barn equipped for dairy cows; 300 barrel screened corn crib, shed on each side, a screened poultry house and other out buildings. Stock water from largo pond and concrete pool. .'!) acres in com, Ji acres in tobacco, 25 acres oat and wheat stubble, balance in grass. This is a splendid farm and very desirable. At the same time and place will sell the following personal property; one bay guiding,, I yearling bay gelding, 1 stallion, I aged mare, I pair of mules, (J Jersey milch cows, I two year old Jersey heifer, 2 yearling Jersey heifers, 1 black steer, 1 grade Jersey bull, 1 registered Jersey bull, 15 sitoats, : registered bonr, 2 horse farm wagon, tobacco setter, I tractor brood sows, and equipment, 1 cutting harrow, 2 turning plows, 1 cultivator, 2 double shovel plows, 1 cutting box, hay frame, one horse cultivator, mowing machine, corn planter, 1 horse planter, gasoline engine, grind stone, corn crusher, slide, one half interest in wheat drill, automobile, 10,000 tobacco sticks, ('- bales of straw, 111 bales oats, a lot of wagon gear, harness and small tools. As every one knows this must be an ABSOLUTE SALE. Somebody is sure to secure a bargain. TERMS OF SALE The land will be sold on credit sf nix anrf'twelve months, the purchaser to execute approved bonds for the purchase price bearing six per cent interest. However, there is a Ten Thousand Dollur ($10,000.00) loan on the farm from an insurance company for twenty years, and arrangements can perhaps bo made to continue this for the purchaser if so desired. Possession to be given January 1, 1922. The crops on the land will be sold separately or with the land. The personal property will be sold on a credit of threo months. For any further information apply to the undersigned at Lancaster, Ken tucky. two-year-ol- d 1 - G. B. SWINEBROAD, Assignee of Frank P. Brown. Members of the Taylor County outside of the blue graA section are Purebred Sire Association much in need of phosphate fertilizers according to soils specialists who have have purchased three outstanding made a study of the subject. The Jersey sires as their first step in Imheavy clay soil of the State in parti proving the dairy cattle in that county cular are in a condition to respond according to a report by E. M. Prew-it- t, dairy field agent of the College of to phosphate treatments as are also many of the loam soils. Phosphate Agriculture who cooperated with with clover and manure to furnish County Agent J. L. Miller and the nitrogen and organic matter nre the dairymen in perfecting the organizaprincipal elements of successful soil tion. All of the animals have as their building to be used in the State, the mothers cows who have made records by producing from 450 to 500 pound specialist iy. i'oor farming, soil erosion and the of butterfat a year while two of them trace back to the famous Jersey sire, sale of crop otf the farm ha resulted Fniry (Hen's Raleigh, through Allen in many of the oils being depleted of Dale Raleigh and New Year's The association has 17 dairytheir phosphorous, according to memMr. and Mrs. Harmon Teater and bers of the oils and crops department men as it members who will receive family, of Jeamine were the guet of the College of Agriculture. Be- equal benefit from the animals by of Mr an 1 Mrs Allen Tenter Srn-da- y cause of the source from which they mating them to cows on their farms. were derived, many of the soils which Use of the sires on the dairy cattle Mrs F.lijah McMillian are now in need of phosphorous have of the county is expected to lead to Mr and and son, Holman J., were entertain- always contained a small amount of the establishment of ed Sunday at the home of Mr. and it. herds in that section of the State. Mrs. Howard Logan, near Nina. Mr. and Mrs. Warren Matthews and son, Kenneth, of Clearwater, Kansas, are here for a pleaant visit with Mr. and Mrs. Allen Teater and other relative. Mr. Klrby Teater bought some catThe dollar earned is only of the structure of tle from Klljah McMillian and John the young man's success. Dailey for C't cents per pound and It is The dollar saved i the other also one cow from Powell Dalley for because it is harder to save than to earn. 5 cents per pound. Pity the fellow who doesn't. You be the fellow who does. Mesr. Robert Clark and Robert The reliable, courteous bank of this community invite llurgesjs and Mtsne Mary Ktta and your deposits. Anna Mae Whittaker. of Madison, were pleasant guests Sunday of Klmer and Jessie B. Ray. Mr. and Mr. Josiah McCulley entertained the following guests SunOF LANCASTER. day. Mr. and Mr. John N'aylor and S. C. DENNY, Cashier. Mrs. Laura N'aylor, children, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bogle and son, Woolford, Capital ami Mist Billic Won, all of Buena Roll Bank Vista. Friends are delighted to hear of the convalescence of Mr. Klmer Ray. who has been confined to his home from beans cut at a later stage. The Soybeans for five weeks with typhoid fever greatest yield of digestible feed 11 Mis Bell, of Louisville, his efficient obtained by cutting the crop when and capable trained nurse returned Is Good Stock the lower pods are well filled ami Tuesday, to her home Soybean hay when cut at the right plump but not ripe. Condition of stage of growth and properly cured the leaves at this stage will vary acCorrosive I make an excellent feed and one much cording to what the weather condiSeed Rot j relished by all farm animals. A tions have been during the growing Stops By treating their seed potatoes compared with hay from other leguinf- - season. In a season of drouth many I with corrosive sublimate before plac- nous crops soybean hay is superior of the bottom leaves will have turned them in cold storage a number of to any and can be used to reduce the yellow and dropped by the time this ing concentrates stage is reached. Jefferson County farmer have al- amount of Soybean hay requires from two to most completely controlled the rot- which it is neccessary to purchase in ting of seed in the bins, according to order to balance the ration fed farm five days to euro provided no rain fulls after it is cut. Curing should reports by J. S. Gardner, field agent stock. The beans may be cut for hay und be done by a window or cock since In vegetable gardening from the College of Agriculture. That the treat- successfully cured at any stage of curing in the swath is apt to result ment Is effective is shown hy the fact growth from the first bloom to the in the loss of many of the leave. that r number of growers who did time of falling leaves, according to Many farmer are finding it profitable not txeat their tuber complalno.t Ralph Kenney, crops field agent from to bale soybean hay, according to Mr. of a large amount of rot when they the College of Agirculture. Hay from Kenney. Straw from the seed crop l bs'.td 5.--. removed them from storage nrrpars early-cu- t beau is small in quantity sections of Kentucky and makes as io planting the second crop. early-cu- t beans i sinull in qunatity satisfactory a feed a an average Seed treatment with, corrosive subbut it is more digestible than that! clover hay, limate solution to control scab Is required In the regulations prepared for the guidance of the JetTerson County Certified Potato Seed Grow-er- s' Association which was organized W. B. DICKERSON W. 0. RIGNEY In June under the direction of the College extension division. Further proof of the value of the seed treatment it shown by the fact that a number of grower who planted treated seed for their tint crop find the percentage of scabby potatoes to be front 15 to 40 per cent instead of the customary 00 to 100 Ofllce Pause 18. Resides Phone 33. per cent. Following the good results obtained by the demonstrator in treating their seed, a number of farmer are exnected to adopt tne method, Mr. Gardner stated. ' ' Mob-erleRal-eig- h. g Culley Sunday. Mr. John Daily and daughter were guests one day last week of Mrs. Robert Sowers. Mrs. I'owell Dalley and son, were dinner guest Saturday of Mr ani Mr. Asbie Henderson. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Moberley and daughter, visited Mr. Harvey Teater and family Saturday night. Beginning Sept. lit. our terms will be strictly cash to everybody. Anderson Bros. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbcrt Dailey and son, were among the guests of Mr and Mrs. John I'rather Sunday. Mrs. Klljah McMillian spent the day Tuesday with Mrs. Tom McMillian in the Mt. Hebron section. Mr. and Mrs. M. Davis and daughter, Miss Maude, were guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Freeman Davis. ami Mr. and Mrs. Walter Casey children were visitors Saturday and y Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Winchester, Many Soils Need Taylor Farmers PurPhosphate Supply chase Outstanding; Jersey Sires. The majority of Kentucky soil A Dollar Earned one-third two-third- s. two-thir- THE NATIONAL BANK $50,000. Honor Surplus $50,000. Hay From Feed Sublimate Spud high-price- d n :f W. O. RIGNEY & CO. Ftffttral Oiricttrt and Lancaster, ... EmMmk Kentucky. The Ctntral PUcord, LancatUr, Ky., Thursday Aug 20. 102 would undoubtedly prevent a war. Furthermore, such such an alliance would serve to prevent any other country n attacking either England, or us. But would terms acceptable to us prove equally so to Japan9 It is doubtful. Our interests are too widely divergent. And yet all things arc possible when nations make a sincere effort to live in peace and harmony. Before expressing a decided opinion for or against such a proposition we would want to know more of the details. The fellow who leaps in the dark never knows where he will light. You, as a citizen of this community, are as vitally interest ed in this suggestion as any other person in the United States. What do you think? 3a-pa- 1 BRILLIANT WRITER Making High Record In Journalism. The Wonderful Rise Of Jas. Boy, in His Chosen Mender-son Machine Work Gash thinking of pitting Bnilieas on a cash baili. Do you realize how Mich depends on getting your Machinery repaired promptly? When you have a breakdown you fay, "take it to Conn Broa. 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, Everybody ! NO MEAL IS PERFECT WITHOUT GOOD Burden, Former Lancaster Profession. besides waiting some time for the return. Why not show your appreciation of home industry by paying cash. CONN BROS. "Live and Let Live Folks." Too Long Sighted. There is a great tendency on the part of the American pet pie to make a close studv of conditions in other parts of the world. This in itself be wIm' :ind praiseworthy, were it not for the fact that in so doing we consume much time that should be devoted to the scrutiny of affairs nearer home. The haphazzard manner in which many of our public affairs are conducted is evidence of this fact. If the publicat large would make a sincere and determined effort to widen its '.scope of nowledge upon national, state and local remiirements we would be able to send repre sentatives to Washington who would work in harmony with our desires, and not at random as is now too often the case. In this way we would have a congros more representative of the true sentiments of the people, a congress more de voted to the welfare of all of the people as a whole and less so to certain interests that work while we sleep. Long signi is a uesiratue pos session, but only when it does not obscure the vision at closer range. - irriri rajr The Central Record Yaar. Sl.SO Usaed Weakly. Payable la AaVaaca. J. E. ROBINSON. Editor. R. L .ELKIN, Local Editor and MfT. Entered at the Pott Office in LanMall caster, Ky , at Second-ClaMatter. n Fcfvion Adv.fti.ing RtrrwM THE AMEKICAN rHESS ASSOCIATION Lucuter, Kr., Aipst 25. 1921 Rates For Political Annoaaceaseata. For Precinct and City Offices.. 95.00 10.90 For County Office For State and District Offices.. 16.00 .10 For Calls, per line .10 For Cardf, per line For all publicationi in the interest of individual or exprt-lo- n of Individual views, per 10 line Obituaries, per Una . .01 ........ .. .. X1 DEMOCRATIC For Stat TICKET Seaator J. E. ROBINSON For Circuit Jndga CHARLES A. HARDIN Commonwealth's Attorasy EMMET V. PURYEAR For ReareseatatWa ROBERT H. TOMLINSON, For County Judge J. C. WILLIAMS For County Attorney GREEN CLAY WALKER For Circuit Clerk JAMES B. WOODS, JR. For Sheriff DAVE SANDERS JR. Deputies, Aihby Arnold, II. D. Lee. For County Clerk 3IISS FANNIE DQWDEN For Jailer DAVID ROSS commenced to climb into the carriage. In time he began to own them With the poor man bowling along in his carriage, the rich man bethought himself of a new toy one beyond the reach of common folks. The automobile made its ap pearance, with its honk in front and its smell trailing along behind. The rich man was again in a class by himself. He whiz zed by old Dobbin and scared him out of his wits or drove him into the ditch. But it didn't last. The poor man was stubborn in his deter mination to keep the pace He declined to stay down. Again time worked its It saw the poor man ciimoing into the rich man s car. Today it sees him own ing his own car. But evolution continues its work. The rich man is now only one of the many. He has no class of his own. Therefore he is turning his eye toward the aeroplane as a means of locomotion. Some day he will abandon his car and travel in the air again above the common herd. But even that will not last. There will be no selection for him even in the clouds. The poor man will get there, too. It is a great race, with the rich man sprinting to keep a few laps ahead and the poor man following with mighty leaps and bounds in his efforts to keep abreast. That, if you please, is one way in which the poor man is pushing the rich along. Some day they may both at tain wings in another world. something. He Our Women And Theirs. American women are more fortunate than their cousins of Europe if it can be called good fortune. In America there are about the same number of men as there are women, and the latter are admired, courted and sought after. They take their choice. In Europe it is different. The war has worked great ha- oc with the male population, 'here are many million) more women than men, and this con dition is becoming worse daily through the emigration of vast numbers, of men to other parts of the world. The surplus women of Eu rope are facing a dismal and hopeless future. Marriage is their natural state, but only the enactment of laws authorizing polygamy will prevent their lying as spinsters. The next time you feel dis- atisfted with conditions, sister, just contrast your present state with that of the women abroad. It is a rich Held for deep thinking. It will be of special mtertst to Belishing a meal puts a fellow in a good humor many renders of the Pally Messenger (the ladies are always that way.) Mr. Jnmrs Henderson to know that Iturdrtt continue to go upward in Without meat there is always a feeling of someNewspaper and Periodical work at thing lacking. And if you have meat, and it is not Chicago, 111. Young Ilurdett i n of the best, the relish is not there. son of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. D. Iturdrtt, this, rounty The obvious thing, therefore, is to buy the BEST his father resided in many years, and has a number of meat meat that produces a relish that puts you relations In this rounty. in a good humor that keeps you in the pink of conJames llurdrtt, first raw the light dition. of day nt Lancaster. Kentucky, hi; The quality of the meat you eat is more immother, who was .Miss Eluabethj Peacock is n native of that town, and portant than the quantity. is widely connected in that rounty. It has Ql'AMTY if bought from us. When a small boy wjth hn parents, he Nebraska, where went to Omaha, hool advantages were first class. Later the family went to Chicago, where he completed hi education. While in his early teens, we believe at the age of IS, he accepted a place on the Chicago Chronicle, his ability ait a writer was soon recognized and his great paper sent him to Washing s.ter Mrs ( oleman Locker and fam- COY ton to act a it. correspondent, from j Mrs Mary Clouse spent Sunla that city. After serving his runner Mr Liza Osborne and three n tion with that paper he was with with Mrs. Joe Ha anil Mrs. Colnian Osborne other papers in Chicago. He is Several from here attended Court pent Thursday with Mrs. Amanda with a Periodical concern at Ijinraster Monday. Clouse and family. in Chicago at n salary of six thousand ill at this Mrs. Wttlir Molx-rleMrs. Dillard Simp-u- n and two indollar n year, with splendid pro- - writing with typhoid fever. teresting children, Ann Milard ami prrts to continue to go upward. Mr. Eugene Fotger was the guest Lillian Haiel, of Hryantville wrre' Mr. Durdett is a nephew of Mr. Saturday night of Mrs. C. M. Mober. the pleasant guests Saturday and Samuel M. Ilurdett, who a stu- Sunday of Mrs. Lynn Cobb and fam ley. ilent at Centre Collige for a time, Mrs. Less Hill spent a few days last ily. boarded with the Jate lamented Hon. Mr and Mrs. L. Cobb and daugh. week with her daughter, Mrs. Dillard S. Vanwinkle. After Jno. leaving ter, Mattie Heulah, entertained the college, he was with the Courier Slmpon. Mr. and Mrs. Miss Anna Mae Speake was the following Sunday Journal where he demonstrated his ability as a brilliant writer. Still guest Sunday of Misses Sallle and Kverett Duncan and children. Mrs. Martha Anderson. Mr. and Mrs. Hill later, he read law, pawing a mot Nannie Sparks. Whitaker and two children and Mrs. crediable examination, went to Oma Mr. and Mrs. Coleman Locktr Willie Moberlry and two children. ha, where he practiced his profession; spent Sunday with her mother, Mrs. al'o at Denver, Colorado, newspaper Amanda Clouse and family. wurk was attractive for him. He Beginning Sept. 1st. our term, went to Chicago where he for sev-r1 buy and sell OLD FUKNITUUK years held places on the b:g dail- - will b ttrictljr c.h to everybody. and antique of etrry description. Bros. Anderson :e of that city. If you care to buy, or If you care to James Ilurdett, like his uncle, Sam, Missc Mau.lir and Ethel Clouse sell, write or phone J. K. Elmore. gifted writer. He is married, spent Wednesday night with their a lt Lancaster, Ky. has a wife ami four boys. He owns a small farm out from Chicago, going back and forth daily. He is happily married, his boys are making high We are showing a beautiful line of records in school. It seems but yesterday, he was a small boy, one of the idols of the honre. Surely time flies. May his star never grow dim. Miss Mary Ilurdett. who was for years connected with the with velvet facing. Also a number of Novelty Census Department at Washington who is now at Parksville :s his aunt. Sailors In Kid and Velvet combinations which Hi father, Mr. Geo. I). Ilurdett. is are very attractive. now connected with the Federal Life Insurance Company of Kansas City, a company with a record not excelled y any company. Danville Messenger FRANCIS-SiWIT. Meat Currey & Ghilley. grand-childn- 1 as v-- Antique 'Furniture. al HATTERS FLUSH SAILORS H Glass. Friends here have ben notiriM of the death of Mr. William Glass which occurred in Nicholasville Monday after a long lingering illnes. Mr. Glass is well known here, having liv-e- d in Garrard for about thirty years. lie was eighty.one years old. He is survived by hi wife, one daughter. Mrs. Letcher Zanders, three sons, Charlie, Ilolm.m and Will Glass, The funeral took place Tuesday and the interment in the Nichoasville cemetery. He was u clever man and a good cititen. Much sympathy is felt for the sorrowing family. PREACHERSVILLE. Mrs. Sam Carpenter at thi writing. i ing. Jesus visited the home of Mr. and some better Mrs. Hryan Sutton Aug. 7th. and claimed for Hit own, little Jennlng The meeting of the Ilaptut church Franklin, their little twin boy. He had only been In their home five closed last Friday night wit, ten months, Murh sympathy Is felt for these dear parent In their sad hours Mr. Dave Stevens and family were of grief. Sunday guet of Mr. and Mrs. Kdd Stevens. Mrs. Jone Anderson and family and Harry Hrown Elmore, of Parker Ind., are with relatives here Sea oi Attention Hunters Positively no fox hunting or hunt-o- f any character or trespassing on our farms. Any violator will bo prosecuted. W. S. Kmbry, W. A. Price, T. J. Price, Kd and N. II. Price, Fisher Herring, Crit Meadows, Anicl Meadows, John Collier, J. S. Schooler, Joe Criicillls, J. M. CriKilll. Itobcrt Speake, George Conn, Jim Conn, Henry Arnold, Marion Johnson, W. K. Whitaker, Tom Conn, J. M. Meadows. W. T. King, John Hlch, Sam Hlch, J C. Conn nnd J. F. Adams, It. L Arnold. (Other names will be added upon the payment of 20 cents.) thr Glob line .ampin What Do You Think? Attending Bankers Convention. Messrs. J. W. Elmore of the Garrard Hank & Trust Company, J. L. GUI of the Citizens National Hank, Paul Elliott of the National Hank and J. C. Williams of the Hank of Hryantsville are In Louisville this week attendng the Ranker's State Convention. p.itr Thursday, Friday and day. Mr. ami Mrs. In big Satur- Anderson llros. Here is another "feeler" for your consideration. Magistrate For A story has been sent out J. II. CLARK from Washington to the effect II. L. BARKER that an alliance has been sugREPUBLICAN TICKET gested between the United For Magistrate States, England and Japan. NOAH MARSEE. JR. Apparently the administration would like to know what the Pushing The American people think of such a proposition. Rich Along. No doubt .such an alliance The rich man doesn't et could readily be formed if our there by his own eirorts alone. government would indicaie its The poor man keeps pushing willingness to become a signatory. him aloiiK. But much would depend upTake the matter of locomoon the conditions imposed. tion as an example. Ah matters stand now we are There was a time when the rich man was jrlntl to ride on a constantly facing the possibidonkey or in an ox cart. The lity of war with Japan. If poor man walked. there is no change in internaI Foe Three- CanarstUna Then some ancient genius tional relations we must inevitl tIf) HavoMaaoCkiU'SJHh Using devised the carriage for the ably light them at some future (m llsv benefit of the rich. The poor time. The whole world is man climbed into the old cart practically a unit in this belief. An alliance between the or straddled the donkey. -But the man of nothing was tririu. pnnntripM ' , linaoil unnn ' r7ltmMtMSMtNMalissssuimiMtMi He wasted terms acceptable to each, wguwsce.,Btn.M. uuais.u. not satiied. Levi Sowder ore the proud parent of a baby boy, who arrived nt their home on Aug. -- 0th. Mr. and Mrs. Green Sutton nnd children, Mr. anil Mrs. S. l Sutton and children were guests of Mr. and Mrs. G. II. Sutton Sunday. The little twin daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hrynn Sutton who has been real sick since the death of her little twin brother, Is same better nt this writ REO BUS LINE (Between Lexington And (tf.) SANDERS VARIETY CASH STORE DAILY Lv. I M. EXCEPT SUNDAY. Fare Ar. Lexington CO Nicholasville .75 Handley 1.00 1.25 1.75 Camp Nelson A. M. 10:00 3:00 3:40 3:C0 BARGAINS, BARGAINS AND 9:20 ti:I0 H:50 H:30 K:00 pMOTHERS - I 4:10 4:30 o;00 5:30 ar, Schedule MORE BARGAINS Beat Home Faiit per gallon $1.08 Beat O. N. T. Thread per spool 5c Is Ladies Silk Hose per pair 49cta M FftnND Uryautsvilli Lancaster lv, 7:30 Stanford Subject to Change Without Notice. IIKADQUAKTEItS Lexington Stanford Acey Hotel Iteo Garage SAFE, COMFORTABLE KEO BUS E. R. When It conws to quality and prices we hate no coHpetltlta. dm Wbb, Manaftr. Tht Ctntral lUcord. UmcatUi, Ky., Thursday, Aug 25 1021 Barley yields better than Rye or Wheat and the seed is cheaper. km a diet Itt if Uti Barley JELZTKC See our Northern Recleaned Rosen Rye. Also home Rye SEED BARLEY SEE THIS WHEAT BEFORE YOU BUY. We have just received a car of "Marvelous" Seed Wheat which tests 62 pounds. This is a perfect wheat. We have "Harvest King and Fultz" Seed Wheat, also. SEED WHEAT County for Ballards Obelisk Flour. THE KIND IN THE CHECKERBOARD SACK. re Cin- Sole agents in HUDSON & FARNAU Garrard Flour We exchange FIELD SEEDS OF ALL KINDS. ) for Wheat AGENTS FOR PURINA CHICKEN FEED. PHONE 26, LANCASTER, KY. Gossip About People A RrM MHU Catnip. W Mr, (ieorre D Itolmison ha turned from a few day stay in cinnati. Mil is V vi, ting relatvi.. M. tory Andenon. of Indiana, Mr ami Mr. John Scott were ;n on the Poor Kidge tor in Danville Wednesday Mr. Frank Itotiinton ami children, of Mississippi, wire visitor in Monday. Oasnf ky Ttw Art Meruit! U. McCrath. of Kansas City, week with her spending brother, J. S. Watkin. cm the Dan- Mr. I A Mu., Mr. ami Mr. J B Storm recent visitors m Danville Mr. W. II. Cook, of Panvule, in Lancaster Monday. Mlsse were vr ville pike. Mr. Klchard Putnam and daughter, Julia, of Lebanon, are guests of her unclr, Mr. Joe Hurnstde urn! Mr. Ilurnsidr. Mr. and Mr. II. A. Hoeing, of Chicago, are guest of Mrs. Hoeing' Sweeney und Mr. brother, Mr. visitor Mil In Martha ami Helen (iill Danville Saturday rti Kutherine lUnkln, of Kich-inoSweeney. spent Saturday in Lancaster. Jer Mis Katie IUrnes Dirkerson I atMr. II. C. Huf, Mis Rllza Iron, tending a hour party in Cynthiana. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Ilruner. of were visitor In Lancaster Mr. and Mr. It. K. McKuI.ert have Monday . returned from u motor trii to LouisMioses l.eona and Mnurine Gott, ville. have returned to their home in Mr. Harry Tomlwson ha return-ft- l after a visit to their aunt, Mrs. c. from a visit to her sister, in U N. Mllltr. Itlch-monil, Camp-Vlltvill- Miss Blualieth llagati, who ha tht been the guest of her friend. Miss Mr. J. W. Elmore iitti tided Hanker' Association in Louisville Tlllie Marie Moore, of Danville, has thiii vreek. home. ' returned Homer and Mr. W. S. Carrier, Mr. Dora Wheeler, of Junction William attrndrd the Krodhrad fair City, and Mis Verna Ko.. of Kirks-villi- -, latt Thursday. have been guest of Mr. and Mr. D. (iullry it tht pit-x-t of her Mrs. Hen Wood. daughter, Mm. Ike Dunn and Mr. Mrs. Forest Fitzgerald and little Dunn in Lexington. daughter, of Danville, have been Mrf. K. U Owsley will leave thin guest of her parent, Mr. and Mr. week for a viait to Mr. Henjamine Hooker Wilkinson. Letcher, in Louisville. Mr. Itockwell Smith and daugMr. and Mm. Cabell Denny rave, hter, Judith and Charlotte, of Leban returnod from a delightful trip to on, are gueit of Mr. und Mr. Saulley Hughes. New York and Canada. Mr. and Mr. Ike Dunn and chilMr. O. ft. Speake, of Colorado, i at home for a few weeks, railed here dren, of Lexington, spent Sunday in Lancaster with her parent, Mr. and ty the Illness of hit mother. i tn, Alls Came Mae Ilurnctt, of DanSmith has bewt quite ville, is visting Lancaster relative. pa- -t wiek Isut is slowly )6 JBUOP A J 3 A 3 UO 911A 8,1133 3J0JS Mr Ocorce Liu son has returned from Camp Knox Military Schoo! 001 n0A" 9AI0 H!M Asp AI3A3 PUB A0J40tM01 Miss llefsle Marie Ware spent last Mr. Marshall Hale, of Hichmond, week with her friend Annn Layton, Va., is visiting her friend, Mis Bdna of MrCreary. llerkele. Mr T L. Wall and daughter. Mar. GOOD 9NIH1AM3A3 Hon. Homer Ilation. of Louisville, garet, of I'ortMiiouth. Ohio, are visit has been a recent vNitor in Lancas ing Mr. Will Lear. ter. (iertrude Houston, of Itrod-heaMis Mr. II. II. Noel, of Stanford, i Ky . i visiting her ister, Mr. with his daughter, Mr. Jim Wood, Mason Poynter and Mr. Poyntcr. for n few days. Mrs. David Phillipf has returntil Mrs, Fnlhe Lawson gave a dinner Friends were delighted to tee Mi Johnetta Farra left yesterday to hrr borne ,n Danville lifter severnl for Pins where she will visit friends Major J A. Uurnside on the streets Tuesday evening in honor of her on, day nit to her daughter, Mrs. WalThe toble had la it Tueday, after being contlned to Mr. George Lav.son. for several days. ter Cox. his home for over 20 months, caused for it center piece a bowl filled with pink flowers. three An elegant Miss fieorgetta Walker spent yes by a fracture of his left hip. Mrs. J. M. Kollard returned to course dinner was served and the colher home in Danville, after a visit terday at Point Leavcll with her On August 22nd. the children and, or schtme. of pink was carried out in to her parents, Mr. and Mr. Loyd friend. Mis Mnrie Cotton. grandchildren of Mr. Isaac Harker the ire cream and cakes. The guest Uourne. Mr. Frank Ward and daughter, surprised him with a bountiful din-- , present wire Mr. Ilobert Salter Master Itolurt Lilian! Culley, of Miss lluenu, of London, have been ntr this being his r.8th. birthday. Davi. Mr. Frank Kenney, of DanCamp Dick Hobinson, U visiting his visiting Mrs. Chas. Moore. present and ville. Mr. Ilobert Smith and Mr. Isaac There werv thirty-on- e spent. All T. Homer, of Louisville. aunt, Mrs. Fannie Mae Jones, of an i nJovablc day wn Dr. and Mr. J. J. Pursley. and left wishing Mr. Harker many more I.ouiville. Rowling Miss Jane entertained Jack. Jr.. of Louisville were in thu happy birthday. Mis Jamie Moore, who ha been city u few day this week. Saturday night at her beautiful counvisiting her cousin, Miss Georgia Among those from a distance who. home with u dinner dance in honMoore ha returned to her home In Misses Stella Yeakey. Lillian Bute attended the funeral of Mrs. Thoma try or of Mis Mary Hocker, of Kanaas Cincinnati. and Mis Hamilton, of Georgetown, Lancaster Tuesday were: City. week-enwith Mis Mamie Poynter in The table was artistically deLittle Mls l.eota and Marie Crigg spent the Mr. and Mrs. John Underwood, Mr., II row n. corated with cut ilower, and the are visiting their grand parents, Mr. and Mr. James Herring, Mr. and and Mrs. W. M. Smith on the Poor Mr. Ilrndley llourne wa hostess Mr. J. W. Hourne. Mr. and Mrs.' color scheme of pink and white was Kidge pike. the house. to her card club and other friend Tonen Uourne, Mr. and Mrs. Howard carried out throughout Leonard Johnson.l Thoe accepting Miss Howling' hosWednesday afternoon nt her home Calbraith. Mrs. Mlv l.ula Smith returned to her Mrs. Annie Baton. Mr. and Mrs. TalJ pitality were: Mary Hocker, Jar Tayhome morduy after a week' visit near Versailles, in compliment to her houo guests. Mrs. Hussell Wnyland, Wheeler. Mist Catherine Hourne, lor, of Danville, Lucille Vice, of with her cousin Mis Flossie ftreen of Wilson. Okla.. and Miss Bdna Miss Blizabeth Koilard and Mr. John' Owingsville, Blizabeth Fox, of Danin Dnnville. Jess Herkele, of this city. After the Herring, all of Danville. Mr. and Mr. ville, Huth Currier, of Mr. Sam Long, Misses Oracle and game a frozen salad course was serv- D. W. Dunn and Mr. Leo Dunn, of. Hocker, O. S. Holman and Jim Hail-eof Stanford, Hurton and Irvine Lucy Long ami Mr. Bugene Long at ed. The affair wos a charming one Atoka, Mr. and Mrs. Millard Herring, tended the meeting at Sycamore and thoroughly enjoyed by the of Hustonsville, Mr. nnd Mrs. Taylor Stapp and Glass Carrier, of J Monday night. Houe, of Crab Orchard. guest. pike. Mn. W. ill for the improving Sq, sjmjj pue sajpueo 'peajg qsajj d y, Kdna llerkele and Mrs. liumell Wnyland have returned Mr. Holman Drown took the train from it pleasant visit to Mr. llradley for Klrhmond yisterday, where she Mln Porter Hudson, of Danville, llourne, near Versailles. will visit her friend, Mrs. Bverett 1ia hcen the Kurat of her aunt, Mr. Mr. T. K. Watson and Mr. Terry Sandltn, of that city. W. A. Farnau and Mr. Karnau. liurntide, who have been guest here The many friend of Mr. Robert Mis Van Greenleaf, of Richmond, for a few day returned Monday to Croutcher will be delighted to hear in the KUeit of her aunt, Mr. Kmmu their home in Harlan. that he is convalescing after several KnulTman, on Danville avenue. Mr. B. L. Owsley, Mr. and Mr. days illness of typhoid fever. Mls.i Noll IVInhrev ha returned Stephen Walker and daughter, Geor- Mr. mid Mrs. Lytle Itoyston, of numv nucr tieiiKiiiiui vmi iu getta, wero visitor of friend und Kan.! City, Mo., and Mis Hunt' friends ami relative in Stanford. relative in Danville. West, of Lexington, who have been CovMr. and Mrs. Arnold, of Mr. Dunlap lllanton and children guest of rt'lativt here, have return ington, haw been tfucit of Mr. and have returned from a visit to her ed to their homes. Mrf. Jamc Smith, on Maple avenue. brother, .Mr. Harry Klmore and Mr. Mr. and Mr. L Manuel and son. Tl,- - r.ll. will L. TL.... Klinore in llarrodtliurg. J. D. nnd Alvin, are at home after day, Friday rJ Saturday. Mr. J. II. Kinnnird, Mr. Bmm.-- t a delightful visit with Mr. Manuel' Antlvrson Bro. Higginbotliam, Mis Klizabeth Smith brother, Mr. fieo. Todd and Air. Angle Ml. It. L. llutrun spent the week- and Mis Danville Kinnaird were visi- Todd, of Columbus, Ind. Friday. end with her daughter, Mr. Walter tor in Mr. J. S. Cilbert und son, James, I Arnold, who quite ill with typhoid Mi Cecil lUtson leave tin week left (hi week t- - H'zzTil ti juin Dr fever. f.r t vim to Mit Hamilton in Mt. (Jilbert. The many friends of this Sterling und will attend the dance excellent couple regret their laving MIm Hubert Slier, of this city, IjinrnMer and hope they will be given by the young men there. i won thu for the beat lady und prosperous in their new Tiller, at the Brorihead fair the past Mr. Ilobert Kinnaird and little field. week. son, Itobert, Jr., have returned from Mr- nnd Mr. John L. gave to her mother, Mr. Ilaringtmi Mr. Bv4 Dunn Itydinr, of lUnvjlle n vitit Wet, in Lexington, Virginia. a law ii party Saturday Smith at King evening scv-erarrived TuexHiy mid will spend their beautiful country home on the day with Mr. und Mr. K. K. Mr. W. It. Cook, Ml Margaret Danville road, honoring Misse Mary McKobt-rt- . Cook, of Danville, Mr. Krnet Spra-guKing, l.ula Sutton and Marie Clark. Mi ChaMine Sprague unit Ml About one hundred guest were presMr. and Mn. Adam, who hava ', ent. been spending three week at Mr. Helen Blirnbeth Sprugue, of have been guests of Mr. K. Mury l.ocan' on Danville avenue, Mr. Harry lackey, of Kansas City, have returned to their homo in Louis- Owley. Mo., (pent one night recently with hi ville. of Chicago, uncle, Mr. T. M. Uckey, in thi city. Mr. Charlie Dunn, Mr. Martha Carter, Mr. I'. D. Mr. Herman Itussell Wuyluml, of From here he went to Lancaster to Pnythtr, Mr. J. 1. Prayther, Mr. Wilson, Okl.. Mr. and Mr. John vUit hi parent. Mr. Lackey U a Earl Carter and MIm Heulah Prayth-tr.wer- o Dunn, of Florida, are guest of their World War veteran, having served guetta Sunday at the home mother, Mr. W, Athborn Price and In France with the ammunition corp. Danville Mesengcr. f Mr. J. 1). Fraytkw. Mr. I'rlcs. Mis Her-nTan Mr. Sabrn Mr. McClue Price, of it the KUist of hrr daughter, (!ui Dunn and Mr. Dunn. Mr. I). Culley. Lex-incto- n, Annie Mildred Sanders ha return from Itlchmond after spending a very pleasant wiek with her aunt, Mis Cnrriii Sander eil SOMETHING GOOD vpppgpjppjijijfjHBPMsaBjjjji always Quality makes itself known in . a cijrar. We have them, to- Kether with a complete . line of articles for the diseriminatinjr smoker. Pipe that become swiM'ter with Hire JBSJBjrjsjsjsJSJHBSJtJBiJlJlJlJlJHITatTaBTaB 11 Jee .,..,. WHITMAN'S aiAWirisliR Candy for the Critical The perfection of candy makniK has been rcnchfll in t,1L.ir mnmi. fncture. They are very pop- ulpr vi'h "bint t'irls." .. of facu Purest creams ami complexion specialties for the ladies i .1 most delicate of perfumes and toilet 1 YOU (1 Gentlemen tind our line of shaving special- ties both useful and easy to use. b1ut-rrbbot- MEN ONLY WOMEN ARE USED BOTH IN FILLING PRESCRIPTIONS - nl THE PUREST OF DRUGS e, Loul-villi- 1 STORMES IT Established. 185:1 DRU6 STORE Phone 39, Lancaster, Ky FIRST THOUGHT IN DRUGS. Tha Central Rcord. Lancaster, Ky.. Thursday Aug 25, 02 1 1 MAKKSBURY WHEN THINKING Of A NEW CM Mr. Dit Huffman ha symtom of Farm And Heme News From Over Kentucky DON'T FORGET THE typhoid fever. Studebaker THE LEADING CAR Of THE DAT. a week's visit to Mls Fannie Sut ton, of Kast Ijincaster. More tlun 80 Carroll County Mrs. Ann Swope ha returned from poultrymen have been taught how to Becinnlne CAMWELL ft ARNOLD DISTRIBUTORS, DANVILLE. KY September. 10,4(18 are ment of Agriculture reporting Peaches from South Georgia Mr. and Mrs. Sam Speake have A report of the llureau precar. comcntrated at Atlanta from which dicts that before many years 15,000 been at the bedside of his mother. the Southern handled 1,557 cars to car of peaches jier year will be mark- who is very ill at the home of Mr the Kast: 3VJ northbound via Chat- ed from Georgia. The report con Jim Speake, near lincaster. tanooga, l.oulvllle and Cincinnati; cludes with a reference to the gener Have your measure taken for a '!'.! to the West via Illrtninithnm; and al satisfaction expressed by the trade! fine Tailored Suit or ovareoal bjr the From North 8 to Florida via Macon. with the manner in which the 1121 Glob man, Thursday, Friday and fieorcia orchards 301 cars were sent crop was handled by the railroads. Anderson Bros. Saturday. K;ist. making a total eastbound move-mcDeppen. of Mr. and Mrs. Jno. of 4.921 cam, handled In 120. Con- Uuekner, who will be here for some Men rtjtecial peach trains from Atlanta and visiting friends are the guet e cht from (Ireenvile, S. C , to PotoDemon- - timeMr. ami Mrs. Mote Pollard and of mac Ynrds, Va. Miss Kugene Pollard this week. Kach of these shipments moved to Mr. and Mrs. I.ytle Hoyston, of destination or connecting line on Five Fayette County farmers coCity, who have been the schedule time without delay or ac- operating with County Agent W. II. Knti-- a guests of Mr. Jno. Hoyston, and famper cent per cident. This hundred Gubbert and the extension division formance, which contributed greatly 'of the College of Agriculture will ily for several days returned to their to the success of the peach growers show the possibilities and advantages! home Monday. Mrs. Jai. Turner, Mrs. Husell, of thU year, is attributed by Southern , of growing alfalfa in that section by Lexington. Mis Delia Mae Turner Kailway officer to improve facilities, means of demonstrations which will line Miss Hussell returned home including the double-tracke- d be started before August 30. Those and little from Atlanta to Washington, and to who will cooperate in the work are Saturday from Harlan, where they the splendid morale of the operating W. Clay Shorphire. D. It. Kelley, W. have been visiting relatives. forces. Mr. Ted Kugene Thompson, after K. Koser. W. F. Marshall, and F. D. An illustration of the spirit which Drake. baptism Sunday afternoon preached F.ach of the demonstrator ( animated the Southern's men in mov- 'will sow from two to six acres of the his first sermon Sunday night. A ing peach trains was furnished by j legume. Mr. large audience was present. Knginecr A. II. Chandler, of the Dan i Good seed bed preparation, the use Thompson will study for the minisof limestone and inoculation are thej try. I V. T. Hev, Thompson, Messrs. three things to be given special at-- 1 tention in the demonstrations, rrom' Doohn, Kd Sutton. (lordon Doty and three to four tons of limestone will he I). S. Swope. were appointed as used en each acre of alfalfa seeded mesesngers to attend the association while Mr. Kelley and Mr. Itoser will. which convenes at Deep Creek this n carload. The soil on which week. uf crop the is to be seeded will be in-- , Miss Hazel Sutton and brother, oculated with soil from Inoculated ' Muster llogan West Sutton, of Cinfields where alfalfa or sweet clover cinnati, who have been the guests From 300 to 500 of Miss Susan K. Sutton and Miss ha been grown. pounds of soil will be ued on each Mae Helle Sutton for the past two acre. This will be applied broad- weeks have returned. cast by means of a lime spreader. A very impressive scene occurred at Kings Mill Sunday afternoon, Culls when the four candidates who recently professed Christ went down into One the water to be baptized by their pasThriteen hens in the Jlock of 35 tor, Hev. Thompson, while the choir owned by sang "Tis So Sweet To Trust Marred Plymouth Ituck In Mrs. J. K. Hriilges, Kenton County, Jesus." ran true to form and failed to produce At the birthday ottering, Aug. KS. quality was an egg during the week following which was also the 89th. anniversary their removal from the (lock as culls, I of the measumiovooiu Working Society was fiopcr Battery according to a report she hat just held at the parsonage last Thursday made on a demonstration conducted ' evening. A nice program of music woHMDcprxticss on her hens by poultrymen from the was given by the Thompson brother of Agriculture. The week which was enjoyed by those present. I College We Recharqe ind Repair previous to the demonstration the 35 The history of the society was read i all makes of hen produced a total of 41 egg by Mrs. Thompson and a very enjoywhile the 22 birds which wire retain- able social time was the program of ed as layers produced a total of 50 the evening. A number of the ex- eggs during the seven days following members setn a donation amounting end the 'lemonstratiou. A a result of to nearly $18.00 which was thankthe demonstration a number of farmfully received. ers in that vicinity are expected to cull their (lock in order to remove the hens that have stopped laying to 'oaf until spring Notes. CtOU'd. In nt at ville WvMon. who on arrlvng of a piston Cretnu. Va., noted the itealixing key from his locomotive, that delay to his train would break the perfect record, he went to a key, putrccor'' blacksmith shop and made n Kvery car un ,mu' wa tntf ting his train to destination on time. In of the Southern Itullwny Shipments of penches from Georof (ieorjria handling 5,320 car gia this e:ir have broken all past peaches to the market. of the Kast records, the Bureau of Markets nnd eaon Jut ami West during the Crop Kstimntes of the U. S. Depart- Every Car On Schedule Southern's Peach Record. lo. Stem will be strictly cash to everybody. Anderson Bros. Mr. nnd Mrs. Kdmond Sutton en tertained at n six o'clock dinner for Mr. and Mrs. Lytic Ropton. of K C Mr and Mr. Kdmond Sutton chaparoned a party to the high bridge In honor of Mr .and Mr. Deppen Miss l.ub Simpson, of Stanford, who hn been visiting Mrs. A. J Hice and the Misses Hoyston has re turned home. Miss Suan K. Sutton entertained a few friends at dinner Thursday in honor of Mr. ami Mrs. I.ytle Hoyston of Kansas City. Delia Mae Turner pas.l the Ml public school examination and will tnke up High School work at Ijiii-cast- 3t. Itt. our terms Fayette To duct Alfalfa strations i . iwiflf If It E. McROKRTS, Laacaefrr, Kentucky. distinguish between the heavy layer and the loafer hen by mean of eight . demonstration conducted by County them providing onehalf ai much of Simpson, wero the guest of Mrs. Kdd Agent O C Hout In cooperation wlthnhu element I saved from leaching by Moberly Thursday night. the extension division of the College the crop a was aved on New York Beginning Sept. 11. our terms of Agriculture. Approximately t:l& .xrrimrnt field, according to eti- - will It strictly tah to everybody. 500 bird j nmltf, ,,vf y p f Stephenson, hen were removed from the . Aadsrtoa hnndled because they showed charac-- J crop, fleM agent from the College of Misiet Kv.i Stone and Sallle Pol-lateristic indication of having stoppea Agriculture who is cooperating ilh and Mr Itucl Stone of Indiana laying. In more than 50 counties i land owner were visitor of relative here last In an effort to check the trouble Lf the State In a cover-crocampaign, week. caused by stomnch worms in sheep, Thl amount of nitrogen I enough Mites Agnes Simpson and Arlelgh County Agent D. I. Morris recently to produce more thin 40.000,000 Matthew wero the pleatjnt guests of live demonstrations on the treat- -' ,).!, 0f corn next year, Misses Christine nnd Olivia Preiton n addition to the nitrogen which ment for them which were attended, by SO Owen County farmers. More the cover crops would save they would Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Ilradford llurdette than 400 sheep were given treatment be of further benetlt in that they would prevent soil erosion, add or- entertained the following Sunday: in the demontratlon. Th use of lime and ganic matter to the soil, make plant Mr. ami Mrs. Havmond llurchell. Mr. proid protitable for John Johnson, food more available and provide win- - 'and Mrs. James 1 1 irk and children, a Madison County farmer, who ha t,.r pasture Mr. Stephenson bases Mr. nnd Mrs. Ilally Hay and children Mrs. Lewis Just made n report on a demonstration j J,,, estimates on the fact that Ken and Miss Ktt.t Hill Ho. he conducted in cooperation with Co tucky has about 5.000,000 acre of Simpson wai the guett In the Agent H. V. Spence nnd the extension land under cultivation in regular llvislon of the College of Agriculture. crops, .'1,000,000 acre of which will He obtained one and one half ton of be in need of a winter cover crop to hay an acre off land that had been protect them during the season f to three treated and only HATFIELD POOR RIDGE. fourths of a ton an acre off land that DENTIST was not treated. Mrs. Dillard 3impon It ill with Carroll County farmers ,are plan typhoid fever. Offia Tm Garrard Ba&. ning to use more limestone on their Oflc B. RlUa 37. Mist Lovle Drown spent the week- LANCASTER. farm this fall, according to County KENTUCKY end with Mrs. Kdd Mobrrly. Agent 0. C. Hout who reports that Mrs. Squire T. Whlttaktr apent arrangement have been made to grind 1,000 tons. A goal of 2,000 Saturday with Mrs. It. II. Preston Mrs. Klijah MeMlllian tons to be used in the county has spent on been set. day last week with Mr. and Mrs. Jefferson County farmers cooperat John Ray. ing with County Agent K. K. Merrl-maMl Linda Kllen Preston spent are planning to sow large acre Monday night with Mi Chrutlne DANVILLE, -- KENTUCKY. J age of cover crops this fall, according reton I OppsMita Cllclwr to reports from the county. More Mrs. It. H. Preston and children OffUa Hours p.m. to 12 and than -- 00 acres have already been pent Monday with Mrs. Wm. . signed up to be sown with cover crops. Mr. R. H. Preston and children A number of lloyle County farmers pent Tue.day with Mr. Huke Pre, cooperating with County Agent C. Taylor are planning to use tankage ton. Mr. and Mrs. Ike Dunean and chilDIRECTOR a a supplement to corn in fattening hogs for the market, according to re- dren spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs, Offlc Over National Hank. ports from the county. Three thou- W. Ilurdette. ;Keldene t'hone 3. Office Phone 27 Mr. and Mrs. Huke Preston spent sand pound of the material already f LANCASTKH. KY. Monday night with Mr. and Mr. Marhave been ordered. shal Preston. Crops Would Mr. and Mrs. Kdd Moberly were guest of Mr. and Mr. Lewis Simp-to- n Save Much Sunday night VCTERINARIAN. Mr. and Mrs. Hobari (irow- snent tit.riMniHK- - 1'0 nnfl nml trnrtk Call AnwrJ Promptly Oa? oe of nitrogen would be saved in Ken- -' Saturday night an Sunday with Mr Niht Pl.oo. 317 tucky In one season by planting cover, nn,l J,r- - 'kc Holton Misses Oliv.a I'rritjn and Agnes LANCASrm. crops on all land which Is in need of KENTUCKY. p d one-hal- m rd PI) or J.J.Byrne Exchitivt. 0ptMMtr.it n H(l. Whit-taker- lid J. A. Beazlev Winter Nitrogen Dr. Printus Walktr - 1 Fail Webster Egg To Produce 'A to , Batteries CONN conn r Endorsing People's SPECIAL SALE Grey enamel ware consisting of a dangerous thing to endorse It a friend's note at a bank, without col- lateral or other protection, no mat Iter what the circumstances or the In hen a note Is tentions Involved. not paid at maturity, the person en dorsing It is held responsible. Many instance of dulfering and misery could be acted in cases of this kind. A recent illustration of the folly of practices of this kind is furnished in a civil suit now going on against the estate'of the late Theodore Itoose I Kven if the signature volt. genuine, concerning which there ap pears to be some doubt, it was due to Hoosvvelt's kind heart being su perlor to his brain. It was the old mistake of obliging a doubtful friend at the expense or one's own family There are emergencies, of course, in the lives of all of us, and even the may be Individual most careful caught In a tight place to meet financial obligation, liut one should never ask a friend to endorse a note without security and one should nev er do this fur a friend. Some other means of help cun be found. The man who cannot offer some kind of security for a loan, either pledging" his own services or a life insurance policy, or property or other collateral, is not worth helping. BUCKETS. DISH PANS. TEA TLES AND COMBINETS KET- Again Reduces Price xtra Sie 303 165 ntoio Flmtoae int made the low price ef $13.95 on the Standard May 2. Unusual purchasing power through bit volume of business, and the great efficiency of Ita $7,Hf ,ttf Plant No. 2. manufacturing eiclu-ivel- y 3tx3) size, made this possible. Now, the production of the Extra-SU- e 3SUH tire has been transferred Non-Skid, 13 year-l44-fV-M All new good and you take your choice for walle they last. See display la our wlidow We are selling the best oil stove made, at cost, satisfaction guaranteed. 69cts. Authorized Agents. to Plant No. 2. ThU permits the this rrlce reduction on such tire from to $13.15. No value has ever before been offered tire users. If your dealer hasn't the Extra-Siz- e In stock ask for our Standtype at the same ard Noa-Skl- d price. You will still be getting aa unusual tire value. Cords That Don't Blow Out You feel secure an Firestone Cord. Because Flrsateae Cords don't Mow ut. Yeur repair man will tell yeu toe Msteori Je Goodloe & Walker Bros he hasn't mm a Mewout this past Wri) Caesl Tlra w 4)S toU at rsnrt yric ta JtaJH-tM- MH, 15.SM gad 2MM miles, and the tires still geteg strong. See yew Firestone dealer today. Nam belaw. When the unexpected happen most people immediately find that they are expecting it. Ms4fM.tt t4 Kinnaird Bros , Lancaster. Ky. Tht Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Aug 25. 1921 Madison. Mr. and Mm. R. II. Ward and three little ion, of Madison, were SaturMrs Wm. Walker visited Mrs Wm. day guest of Mr. and Mr?. Milton Scott Tuesday. Ward. Mr Randolph I'oynter of I .ncoln, on oiTo-- 4 Mr. Amanda Carrentrr. tf j was a viitor here Sunday. wa the truest Monday night Mrn A. N'. Merida, who ha been of her uncle, Mr. Jurat Yantl, and quite ill the past week is improving.' Mr, Yanti. James Messrs. J. I. Foley anil Mr. Amanda Carprntir and Mrs, Yantls. were visitor in Danw''e Mon-' W T. Suttnri were visitor Wednesday. Iictrputrrf. day night of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Car. ASSOCIATION. Mis Kva Merriman spent the weekson in Stanford. end with home folks on the Fai. L.ck Mr and Mm. Tom Doolin and famJ. E. ItOMNSON, President Wm. S. HOI'I'KK, Scc't. tt Tift. I road. ily attended the birthday dinner of T. Rice, Jr . of Richmond, Master Mr Jim Day Itay, of the I.oyd vicinI Mrs visiting his grandmother. ity last Wednesday. Carrie Davidson. farmer' Is'i'igulsh between the hem Mr. and Mrs. John Osborn, and Mr. Mr. and Mr. William Wnkir spent that are producing erg and those IVrry Osborn have returned home after a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Tom Sunday at McCreary visiting Mr and that have ftopped. .Mr. Roy Prather. Naylor, of Lincoln. Medame Milton Ward. Jun Os Mis Fannie Sutton, of !rr Crab N' ' A born and Wm. Ilarnes Orchard road and Mrs. Anna Swope. Merida Wedntttlay. Kentucky ron-M- r Farmer, in nine of Danville were guest Tor, day of Mrs. John l'owiil an I m Irtn f have nlf rmly been enlMtd to Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Sutton. Knox, are vi.iting her parent-- , Mr conduct swine feeding demonstraMr. Carrie Davidson, Mr. and and Mr. Tom Turner. with the extentions In e A new circular outlining tht baby Mr. W. T. Sutton, were hosts at an sion division of the College of Bfinnins: Srpt. lit, our Irrmi nml county farm intent while beef project for junior agricultural elaborate dinner Friday. romiJiment-hr- y will be ttrictljr caih tn rvrrybodjr. to Mr. Amanda Carrenter, of additional club member ha Juit come off the n number of other In Andrr.on Bros, counties will ho enrolled during the pre at the College of Agriculture Klemingshurg and Miss Klin Mize, of Mirrr Lucy Turner, Anna Mne next month, according to (lardy and i being distributed to interested Georgia. Kidd and Mollie Ilarnes, were with swine extension specialist of farm boy, and girls in Kentucky. Mis Klla Merriman. the competent Iincaster friend Monday. to show the Thr publication denl with the select-tlo- and popular school college. In ordrr the teacher, of the Mrs. Amanda Carpenter, of value of a balanced rntlon and tankmanagement, feedng and Fall Urk road, who ucccfully has roturneil home, after a age In fattening hoc for thr market how and taught our school last year, is now of the calf fur the visit with relative here. -! the demonstrator will feci! ncorn- In aildition dlcuiM's some of thr more teaching again to the delight ef the Mrs. Miley Ileazley and little mrnilril ration of corn anil tnnknge. important disease of cattle. It H patron and pupils In this district daughter, Josephine, were visitor- In wmr cac tanknge will he re- designed at n handlxiak for boy. and and we hope she can remain the Monday of Mrs. J. I.. Yantis. . The drmon-itmtlo- n girU who are raisins baby beef cab placed by term. will be continued for onr vu in their club project. It may be Mr nml Mr. Win. Ray, of the Mr. J. I'. Foley, the fler.t and have been I'oor Ridge Road, were Saturday yrar. obtained free by writing th splendid overseer of the ''ounty guests In I.rr, Ilrrathitt, IVrry, Letch-rr- , of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Daolin. SUttm. Lexington, Ky. Head, running from thr Ilurkeye Ijiwrnce, Itoyd and Tike, Mrs Henry Conn, of Richmond, pike to the I'oor House road, with GUV. Washington rountici. hi crew, worked thre ti re. entiy wa the guit from Thursday until Snturda of Mr. and Mrs. itolmnn on the road and they hou.'l t.e (D.dayThirty-Tw- o on accomplish, rg and im- Ilrown. Mr. T. Kiev, Sr.. ItkhmonJ. proving it so much n j Mr and Mrs. Tom DaeHn and a hert ptit h'u4y fctrn. daughter. Cura and Flarm spent Sun time. lay with Mr. and Mrs. Sid Doolin, Mr. Tom Tumor toft Friday far a of Mt Hebron. vti.it with hNx r.ifntrvif. Mr and Mr. Tom Turner had Mr. J. P. Foley wa a Suada? vi.-VoTwo igg "i 'nc week from 32 for thur guests Sunday Mrs. William of Mr. and Mr. James Yantis. htm removed a cull I the Mr and Mr. J. I FoIc and Mis Klla Mlxe, of Geargla, i vit-inMOULD BE TREATED THRU THE HIM Ilarnes. obtained by S. K. Hall, a Fayette To. M.m I lia Taylor. her 4trr. Mr. T. L. Yanti, and farmer who cooperated with li v .4 authorities now I Mr and Mrs. Milton Ward. Mr. Mr. Yanti. t ici'iiatirm, with iti achei I Agent W. it. Oabhert and the extra-Io.tt, is caused by germs that Tom Ward. Mrs. C. R. Henry and Matter Karl Clark, af thr Lexing.a, ' lijoii division of thr College of Agriinto your blood 'children attended the baptizing at culture in having hi (lock of "0 m.xed ton road. vMted Mr. and Mr MilKubblng will not cirepcr- - I'nint Lick Sunday afternoon. ton Ward Saturday : itii::. wiousanusoirhau-utfcrerhen culled to hov farmer in thr i Mr. and Mrs. Henry Tuttle enterhate stopped tbsir Mr. and Mr. Holman Ilrown were vicinity how to distinguish between ilh S. !i. S. tained a number of their friend SatMr, o Mr. ami heavy layer. Thr week-envisitor the loafer and thr ".jol.l tif let inii- urday night in honor of Mr. James week before the demoitraUn thr 70 Henry' Conn, of Itichmtmd. wirhoul rh.ri, Keymlds of rannma. I iitl" .lf,c Adtitvt, hcn produced a total of 90 eggs. Thr Mis I.ee Anna 0barn went Sat'vr mi.MUmt,t Mrs. (' R. Henry and children, .' u limit week following, the .IS hin whwh urday night with Miss Fannie Merida James Milton and Louise, who have were retained a layer prwduceel S7 Misses I.uey Turner and Mo'Ik-Ilarnbeen visiting in Illinois, and Indiana' eggs. These reult arc typical mt with M the week-en- d for the past six weeks returned home! thoe which may be found m Horn Turner, of l.ancatrr. Friday. many Kentucky farm during August1 Mr. and Mr. (Jeorge Carnrr an 1 Mr James Reynolds, who ha a and September, according to J II Iwtby were reeent visitors of Mr and Standard For Over Fifty position with Uncle Sam, in the Avi Martin, In charge of the relieve poulMr. Webber, near Judoti. try work. Thry how that during ation Department and who has been Mr and Mr. Joe Turner and . t located In Panama for the past year, theie month, the average farm Docks contain a certain proportion of hen ilreti were Msitor Saturday night and warning has been sent out that arrived Friday night for a visit with which have flopped laying to loaf Sunday of relative at Mt Hebron a nihilist drive is on n the I'ntted Mr. and Mrs. Henry Tuttle and Mbw Mr and Mr. Miley Ileazley and State. If so we hope they keep Daysic ReynelN and other relatives, I until prlnir. A number of are being held by the eo. baby and Mis Dorothy Ileazley were driving until they hit the ocean and lege in all part of the state to hIp i.tor recently of Mrs. liroaddui, of then forget to Mop. n ol GUY. MONEY TO LOAN city property. Payback or.Moithly Installment!. weekly Flem-Ingihu- The Lancaster Building & Loin sdl some J them old hens and roosters and save the feed they are eating. We pay the highest market price for all kinds of produce at all times. We want your business Call us when you have Poultry, Eggs, Hides, Etc, to sell. WhyNot Farmers To Demonstrate Methods Of Hog Feeding. Baby Beef Circular Is Ready For Distribu tion. Agri-cultur- u'ul Harroasbarir Ice COMPANY. II. L. HAGAN, ranee Mgr. LANCASTER, KY. Sri-lard- STANFORD ST., Flcm-ingbtir- WALLACE TON i re skun-inilk- rioi, Culls Lay Two Eggs In One Week. - r rerd RHEUMATISM ar -. i Delay id.) Mrs. Charlie Dunn, of Rerea, i The Mock N'cgro play given Satvisiting her parent, Mr. and Mrs. urday night by the Junior AgriculFelix Kstndgr. tural Crub wn a great success. A Mr. and Mrs. Sherman KbM spent large crowd attended and was the day Sunday with Mr. IMdge Bv UMnimou in pronouncing it one of tndgo at Hcrea. the best. MIm Rhoda Wilder and Stella Row. lin were the Sunday afternoon guest Half thu world is hungry ami the of MtM Lury Kidd. ather half is aeiiuiring iHdiffMiton. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Kidd spent the day Sunday with his parents. Mr. If some people were required to and Mrs. Hardan Kidd think before they spoke they would The Wallace ton Junior Rase Rali j never say anything. . team played the Kstridge School Sat-- ( unlay afternoon. The score was i'J.i to j in favor of Wallaccton. 1 (uty Heat Your Bunt-alow- , i Cottage, or Flat with Hot Water Cellar not In any necessary-put I'M d unall house with- il out disturbing present heating arranccmcnts, until ready to use with the lU-UA- ' ArCOla 1 -- ,ent s.s. Ymt c. . n n rvauiaiur-uuu1 ci IDKAL-ArcoRadii ate Duiltr lor im.il houin viiluiut ctDvs. Ilut w.trr hratlns a Mm4c and raty a. mo-ru- nt a itove on 6rc beats all looou. rf"i Li a1 a 1 TbtAicclal. ptartd lncrcom.r-loc,oktc- hn In IW- - "d --"J a atovt. It rater trittm to American Radi.tof In adkwUni rooou. Tba ucniJrtt. i. rooit duiable. met etononutal bcatm --plant everII ,t ltK...H.-,. 1 Tfcl,tw.jtbrot ... T tw.'. TjT'gy . See one now on display in my window. P. B. WILLIAMS, demon-Mratio- Lancaster, LOYD. Kentucky. KUCKEYK Long Mr. Flora and daughter, lat Frnnci. of Nicholasville, visited here week. Rev. Price, of Louisville was a guest of Mr. and Mrs. Dave Long Saturday and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Jasper Noel, of Madison county were guest of Mr. and Mr. Oilli Ilogie Sunday. Mosir. Thonip Davit, T. 0. and Jet Hill sold same nice cnttle last week to Klrby Trater. Mr. Mai Carter and son. Karl and .r. J. I'. Prather itted relatives in Lancaster Sunday. Regie and family, of Mrs. Jc ljncatiT. visited relative here for several days last week. Mrs. Jame A. Meece, of Tulscola, 11- 1- and Mr. U II. Ray. of Arkansas are visiting relatives here. A pipe's a pal packed with P. A.! Seven days out of every week you'll get real smoke joy and real smoke contentment if you'll get close-u- p to a jimmy pipe I Buy one and know that for yourself I Packed with cool, delightful, fragrant Prince Albert, a pipe's the greatest treat, the happiest and most appetizing smokeslant you ever had handed out! You can chum it with a pipe and you will once you know that Prince Albert is free from bite and parch! (Cut out by our exclusive patented process!) Why every puff of P. A. makes you want two more; every puff hits the bullseye harder aid truer than the last! You can't resist such delight! 'And, you'll get the smokesurprise of your life when you roll up a cigarette with Prince Albert! Such enticing flavor you never did knew ! And, P. A. stays put because it's crimp cut and it's a ciach to roll! Yen try itl our term strictly cash to everybody. Anderson Bros. Mr. and Mrs. A. Manfcrd, of Frankfort, spent Sunday with Mr. T, O. Hill and Mr. and Mrs. Talbott Jen will b kins. Mr. and Mrs. K. II. Ray and daugh ters. Mr. and Mrs. A. Man ford and Mrs. l'erinelia Ilogie motored to Crab Orchard Springs Saturday, Mr. and Mr. March Itocie and daughter, of Nlcholasville, visited Mr. and Mr. Louis Noel and Mr. and Mr. Otto Simpson last week. Mr. and Mrs. It. W. Sanders, Mrs. Nora Tenter, Misses Kthel Ituy, Sallle I.ou Teater, Hope and Lucille San ders. Mr. T, O. Hill, Mr. Charlie Grow and daughter attended the Ilrodhoad fair Thursday. Mr. and Mr. Hiram Hay entertain ed at dinner Saturday Mr, and Mrs. J. W. Jo lie, of Louisville, Mr. and Mr. A. C. Miles, Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Carter and son, Mr. Lorn Noel and family. ilefinnini Srpt. lit. good thing to eat. The dinner wat spread in the dining room and wan (Delayed.) thoroughly enjoyed by all. Just beHay attend fore leaving for home, picture. were Mr. and Mrs Mar.-hmade of the father, mother and eight ed meeting at Mr. Clark' Sunday. Mr. S N. Sanders spent TueIay children, then a picture of the whole Mrs. KayV oldest daughter. crowd. night with Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Kay. Mis Monta Kay presented to Mrs. Mr. and Mr. Win. I!ay spent Fri Kay a delicious sponge cake with day with Mr. and Mrs. S. N. Sanders. name and age on it. Delicious cake Mr. and Mrs. Howard and daughter and ice. were served. All left wishof Nina, were visiting relatives here ing Mrs. Kay many more happy birththe week-end- . days like this one. Mr. and Mrs. Harrison Teater and Many readers of this paper will with son, Win. spent the week-enbe made sad to learn of the death Mr. Teater's parents, in Madison. ef Mr. and Mrs. (S. M.) better known Mr. and Mrs. Homer Kay by the familiar name, Milo I'rewitt, Mr. Frank Kay and daughter. Mis af ilethelhemn, Henry County, Ky., Monta Saturday night and Sunday. who up until a few year ago worn Mr. nnd Mr. Wm. Kay attended reidents of near Ilradshaw Mill, the funeral of Mr. and Mrs. Milo They have many friends and neighI'rewitt at (Ulead Saturday after- bor there who were grieved to hear noon. of their death. lteside a host of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Kay. Mrs. J. D. relatives and friends they leave to Kay and Mr. Fred Snyder and mourn their loss children, daughter, little Allie H.. wire in DanMinne Lee, Kthel, F.verctt, ville Thursday vistting Clarence, Kloise and James. Much The moit enjoyable affair was the sympathy is extended these children surprise and the celebration of Mrs. in their vid hours. Kev. Childress J. I). Kay's b.rthday Wednesday. Her! conducted the services at Gilead children, their husband and wives' church Saturday afternoon, lnturin-en- t taking place in the Oilead and eighteen grandchildren, all bringing well tilled baskets of all k nd of al -d hmtm9 ptmnd halt fMW I In UI gt a surf trytttt with nmmldmr iw.C.wr ( lS. mmd Km Ftltin Alrl rd sU tUy tint. tsr it tmt t tii . r . Capital $50,000.00 Surplus $60,000.00 Honor Roll Bank. 4 per cent paid en time posits. Call and see us. dc- - S9 CITIZENS W F. Champ, rgi W. o. Ulgney, Ass't. to tho Trcsidcn' M. r r ,idson, Cashier, f larv L.. it. A'i- W. ... mil Assistant Cashier. tt m Will, W. F. Miller, Assistant Cashier. Mrs. Naomi Hamilton, Teller. 2 t. i j. j. w alker, President. princeiglAlbert at. If ? NATIONAL LANCASTER, KY. BANK, No, we have no faith In the rumor w that physicians recommend a change of climate when they find that the patient has no money left. Corner Public Square and Danville Street. t V The Central Record, Lancaster Ky. Thursday, Auj 21, Canl Of Thaalu. BRYANTSVILLE I INI. PAPfT LICK CttjT PMpCHgT aWhW V We with to thank all (especially Mrs. N. J. Gosney Is quite 111 with Dr. Elliott, Dr. Vtrll Klnnalrd, Mri. pneumonia. l,uU and Mr. Todd) who were so Mr. Robert I.illard Gultey is the faithful durinir the illneaa and death guest of Mrs. William JoncJ of Louis and wife. of our slster-ln-Iavllle. Mr. and Mm. Maton and Tom Mr. W K. Davie and son, Newton Poynter. pent last week as the guest of' friends at Sulphur Well. Mr. Roy Go.ney, of Detroit, Mich., is the guest of his parents, Mr. and CahNRR Mrs. N. J. Gosney. Mr. and Mrs. Dee Gultey of Lan caster were Sunday wests of Mr. and RATEii Mrs. Robt Gulley. Single insertions 1c a word. Mr. and Mrs. A, I). Swope and No ad taken for less than 20: children were Sunday guest of Mr. In this column. No ads In thli and Mrs. Ed lUllard, of Stanford. column charged. Beginning Sept. tit. our terms Seven Imertlon for the ill be strictlr cash to every bedy. rds Put it to any Power Task taough, small enough sod so essay contrasted that it can hsndfly b put to many tasks about the farm, that wilt sort you time, monty end work. In fact ths Fordaon wsl do Tsry power and bait, mors quick Job, both draw-ba- r ly and at teas cost than H can be dose with any other form of power. So every month the whole year Yound the always dependable Fordson will prove itself a paying investment, because of its capabilities, its economy and efficiency. We will gladly explain and demonttrate to yon the many Fordeon money-makintime-savifeatures. Cull, write or phone. Clatiiiaa' Mr. Jim Rare Ralaton Is In Paint ePPBsPP--BBBBafft) flHB-BLlek. T By order ef the CHjr CsjfMeS, Miss Lucy Frances wis In Lancas lu regular meettitg, I wtH aN at SW: ter Menday. Miss Cora Bryant spent the week Csurt House deer ta, Lawcaetf, beginning at one e'cleek, on end at home. MOfrSAT, SEPT SfTH., ISM Stephen Todd arrived home front New Mexico Sunday. the fallowing real eatate for Mrs. Young arrived home Tuesday due the City of Lancaster. after an extended visit to her moth The names of these paying er. time will be stricken from tnsa price of Ave. Phone orders must be palJ promptly Anderson Bros. ti I ti. i... , children were Sunday irursts of Mr. 5 ami Mrs. Kusene Dradshaw, of Dan t i i I ville. Miss Lettie Broadus is spending Beginning Sept. 1st. our terms several days as the truest of Misses will be strictlr cash to everybody. Anna Mae and Lida Ilroadus, of Lan Andersoa Bros. caster. FOR SALE: 120 fresh mountain W. Broadus Mr. and Mrs. Louis Phone 53. ewes and 4 bucks. were guests Saturday night and Sun W. S. Carrier, Lancaster, Ky. day of Mr .and Mrs. Newton Gosney Whftt ths Forriaon Tractor kas powar ifl ptaoty to drag (tows anil h4trrows through the heaviest soil, k is light Jr. : A Suf f Mr. and Mrs. La ml rum Harriett and Second hand type WANTED grandson of Mt Hebron, were the writer. Remington or Underwood guest Wednesday of Mr. and Mrs. Paint Lick Garage. preferred. Paint Lick Ky. Walter Fain. (81821) Mesdames M. O. Kennedy, Noah roams Mars.ce. Jr. and children and Mr. FOR RENTt Two otfice over Mount's hardware stor?. Im- Paul Sutton attended the circus in I have moved Danville Friday. mediate possession. to rooms vacated by Dr. Gilbert. Miss Margaret Croushorn has re Dr. J. E. Edwards. (8ll3t.) turned home after u five, weeks' visit Hemstitching and picottng attach with friends and relatives In Crab mcnt works on any sewing machine, Orchard and Stanford g, easily adjusted. Price I'J.f.O with Don't fail to the Glob man for ng fin suit or overcoat. full Instructions. Oriental Noveltal Her Thurs Co., Box 11, Corpus Christt, Texas, day, Friday and Saturday. lt-pAnderson Bros. Mr. and Mrs. II. II. Holcomb and HASELDEN I have opened up a feed and hitch Mr. Jeff D. Holcomb, .Mr. and Mrs. stable Inthe old Arnold Liven barn Hayricn Leave), of Lancaster, attend on the Public Square and am ready your hone at a rea etl the Broadhead fair Thursday. to take care of ' Mr. and Mrs. It. U. Hutchcraft and W. H. Whittaker. sonable price. (daughter, Mis Helen, Mr. and Mrs (8252t.) Colivar Dawes, of Paris were Sunday For thirty days come in and get guests of Dr. unri Mrs. B. A. Dawes anything we have at COST. Mrs. W. J. Broad and little (laugh II you have the money you can,ter, Messrs. George Broadus, Sr., and get it below cost. Arch Broadus were the guests last Still trimming prices and not cus Friday of Mrs. Wm. Lear, of Lancas- tomers. J. R. MOUNT & CO.'. ter. , i and RTRivrn- - iv. nil. Knt Mr and Mrs. J. P. Kincade B',le July 1st, black Aberdeen Angus Bull cJM.d"n' f, Sorbi.n' an.J MIm Smith, of Point Leave!, were the ..uv,, ar.n ,. r- - anu. , . r ,,ml. n.n., u can have same by proving property," unua 01 Kennedy, and paying all charges. ran In one score in the sixth inning, Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Miles, Mr. and Ash Ledford. Paint Lick, Ky after which the two teams battled Mrs. Hubert Carter and little son, of their way on until the last half of Buckeye, Mr. and Mrs. William Jones Cousins." the ninth inning, when Gilberts Creek One b type, bit, bone, Poland of Louisville were the guests Friday with two men on base and two out Last Saturday afternon the China Bear for sale. From one of of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gulley. berta Creek Nine and Country Cous drove a safe hit, bringing in two beat herds. You mutt see this Iawa'a The birthday party given by the We are laadits Aid of the Fork Church prov. ins crossed bats at Gilberts Creek, scores, which was the ending of one boar to appreciate him. through with him and will tell him d to be a very enjoyable affair, which resulted in one of the hottest of the best games of the season. srorth the money. Qaite a few were present. Fruit games and the hardest fought games There are loU of good people Z. T. Rice and Son, of the season. The Country Cousins punch and wafers were served through a hard struggle and by an still left In this worldbut they are 4 mies on Buckeye pike, Mr. and Mrs. J. Hogan Ballard, accustomed to being left. (728tf.) Misses Stella Mae Grow and Maymr error of the Gilberts Creek fielder. Lee Ballard, and Dr. B. C. Rose were in N'lcholasville Sunday and attended I am prepared to take orders for the dediction of the Catholic church. Mr. and Mrs. James Mahan and any and all magazines and would appreciate such favors from my friends. daughter of Danville, Dr. and Mrs. Mrs. Dolly Brown. Johnson, of Georgetown, were the guests of Dr. and Mrs. B. A. Dawes and Mr. and Mrs. O. M. Moreland cation OF LIVE STOCK, CROP AND FARMING IMPLEMENTS recently. Bryantsville Base Ball Club defeat Aa xecutra of the aetata of the late J. K. sUughman we The men with foresight are now ed Little Hickman last Wednesday will en arranging for their obligations due P. M. by the score of 5 to 2. "Hap Farm py Chandler was in the box for LitMarch 1st. Our long term Loans will enable you to do this. It tle Hickman and Saddler and Schoolwill save your farm and protect your er for Bryantsville. All three of the Come in and talk it over boys did good pitching and the game credit. was nteresting for all. Bryantsville with us. also played Moreland Sunday after bcguuiHig at 9 o'clock sharo, sail at puWic auction all the S. T. &. E. W. RANDLE, noon, but was defeated by the score G02 Fayette National Bank, orsonalty, a portion of which U herewith oaumor. Lexington, Ky. of 8 to 1. The UrvanUville bovs ted: had a bad day but we are expecting Idle? Big business Is ready for them to be In good shape for the next 16 mules. 2 to 3 years old: 12 yearling mules; 10 mule you. Sell 13? products direct to far- game colts; 15 mares; 11 extra good jacks, 2 to 8 years old; 3 aged mers on credit. If you own team mules; 2 extra work mares; 1 sow and six snoau; - uuroc mate Once we heard of a couple whose hogs; or auto, arc under GO, can give bond, 41 head of 1200 cattle, will brt sold on day of sale if not use married life was a dream of bliss to hold privately In the meantime. we start you. Twenty million .1 milk cow9; 2 grade short . .. as 7 our products. Good territory open. the end. They died on their honey- horn cows; 1 registered yearling anon norn I. ..It . i .our yuur nun; moon. Write J. R. Watkim Co., broke; 1 three year old walking horse; old walking horse well Dept. 115, Winona, Minn. 2 four year old saddle horses, broke; 3 ponies well broke; "It's your life chance." 1 extra good family horse. d. BROS GARAGE "." .,t .., (8.4-3t..p- Gilberts Creek Defeats "Country Magazines. Public Sale To Farmers Wednesday. September 7th. Wkiie Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. II. J. Chestnut and Amald, Mary and Allie, 1 1929 -1- 22.50. children attended the Brodhead Fair Burnside, Mike, t let, year Thursday. I22.se, Mr. and Mrs. Cha. Friend were guest Sunday of his parent., at Col Clark. Jim. 1 lot. 102A-IS- .2S. Elkln. T. C, 1 lot. 191S 7.5j lege Hill. $21.73. Mr. Jesse Fish, of ML Vernon was Hlbbsrd, Ernest, 1 lot. 1920 I.H. guest of Mr. and Mrs. the week-enLear, Geo., 1 lot. 12 I4.t. II. J. Chestnut Murphy, K. L.. 1 lott 1930 .tS. Beglaalag Sept. 1st. terras Calarad Uet wlH a stricilf cash la eeerthaaV Arnold, Lucy. 1 lot. lat ll.Wl Aastertfa Bras. 192014.25. Mrs. Anna Wallace and son, Jewel, Adams, Heirs Mary. 1 lot 1919 were dinner guests Tuesdly of Mr. 4.20. and Mrs. J B. Shepherd. Adams, Belle, 1 lot. 1919 SMS. Mt Tabor U. V. P U went to Dlsnd, Wm., 1 lot. 1918 I2.M, 1919 Kingston Sunday evening, where they 12.63: 192011.12. put on a 11. V P f. program. Boatright. Arch, 1 lot. 19!8-,- tM I Kev. II. J. Ska left Tuesday to 191- 9- I.I.Srt: 192013.37. be gone a couple of weeks to hold nurntide Mary. 1 lot. 1919 f3.eS, a meeting up in Eastern Kentucky, 1920 13.00. The ClaU maa will ba her with Drown, Wm.. 1 lot. 1919-43- .71; Fall aad Winter line Thursday. Fri192013.23. M.. I lot. 1919 UM, day aad Saturday. Andersen Br.. Ueax'ey. 1920 $1.12. Miss Sallie Adams and Mrs. Lucy Henderson, of Lancaster, have been Burdtt, Lela. 1 lot 1919 $1.11. visiting Mrs. Wm. Henderson and Crawford Silas. 1 lot. 1918 $1.2$ J 1919-$1.- 50; 1920 $3.00. family. Doty. Jerry, Sr.. 1 lot. 1918 $1.19; After a visit of several days at 1911 $2.63, 1920 $1.50. this place, Mr, Arch Walker has gone I)jty. Harrison. 1 lot. 1913 $5.21; to Smlthtirld. where he will visit his 1919 $5.25. brother. Doty. Ernest, 1 lot, $.1.18. Mr. and Mrs. Hammack entertain- Dunn Heirs Allen. 1 lot 191 ed the following to dinner Sunday: $3.75. Mrs. Thos. Ralston. Mr. and Mrs. Faulkner. Frank. 1 lot, 1918, $4.$l; Frank Kalston and baby. 1919 $4.60; 1920 $1.60. The Paint Lick Hlh School will Floyd. Jack. 1 tot, 1918 UN, have an Ice cream supper Sept lrtth. 1919 $3.00; 1920 $3.09. to help raise money to put in a laba ttreen. Detsie. I lot 1920 $6.00. tnry at the school building. Grant. Mattie. 1 lot. 1920 $1.87. Misses Mabel and Grace Hall arriv.! Hams, W. H., 1 lot. 1918 $5.2; 1919 $8.25. 1920 $6.75. ed home Tuesday from Bowling Green, where they have been the Hood Susan, 1 lot, 1918 $2.96. Harman. Annie, 1 lot, 1919 $1.19; past three months; in school 1920 $2.50. Miss Lizzie Hammond and Paulj Douglass, of Jcllico, Tenn., are here Huffman. Harry. 1 lot, 1919 $3.76. visiting her cousin, Mrs. Raymond Harris. Susan. I Lit, 1919 $3.75; 1920 $5,66. Catis and other relative and friend. Harlan, Howard. 1 lot. 1919 $J.09j Messrs. Gordon and James Mason 1920 S1.50. entertained the Manse Christian Harvey. Mary, 1 lot. 1919 $2.7t, Friday night A targe crowd 1920 $2.62. attended. Nice refreshments were Johnson. Wm. H., 3 lots. 1918 $7. "had a delightful time. served and all Johnson. Sarah. 1 lot 1918 $4.19$ Rev. and Mrs. John Croley and 1919 1929 $7.59. nephew, Lawrence White, of Harlan, Kennedy. Jane, 1 let, 191 1.17 arrived Tuesday to make Mr. and 1919, $3.90; 1929 $3.71. Mrs. T. J. Underwood a visit Rev. Leave!, Ellen. 1 lot 1918 $4.87. Croley is a brother of Mrs. UnderAaejr, 1 let, 191a-jji- .lr ' anal tniia aa aa. eavaaar. y .aaW wood. fKaa; iwmm '! Mr. Ollie Terrill. of afehmond. Va.. M.ritt Helta Wm., t let. WIS $1.87; 1119 $1.87. waa in Paint Lick Monday mlnglng with old friends. Mr. Terrill was at Middleton. Sean, 1 let. 199 SC.S-one time assistant cashier of the Morsran, John. 1 tot, 192911.11. bank at thl place and ha many Owens. Charlie. 1 lot 1918 $'3.7$, 1919-48.- 62. friends In and around here. Perkins. Ssm. 1 lot. 1918 $4.31; The little If! month old son, of Mr. 1920 $6.37. and Mrs. J. S. Cornett died Thurs Perkins. Henry, 1 lot, 1920 $2.2$.. day and funeral services were con Robinson. Lige, 1 lot 1919 fS.Sf. ducted at Mt Tabor by Rev. I). J. Robinson. Geo.. 1 tot. $6.37, 1919 Skaggs Friday afternoon followed $6.30. by burial at Manse. Robinson. Arthur, 1 tot, 1919 $5.11. Our Prof., wife-anchildren were Sneed, M.lton, 1 lot, 1918, $4.12. . In Paint Lick Monday. lie met all Tevu. Allie M., 1 lot, 1918 the high school, pupil, at the school Williams, James, 1 lot. 191814.89;. 1919 $5.70; 1920 $3.90. building so as to find out Just what books will be needed and order them YantU, Heirs Jane, 1 lot, 1919 " $1.80; 192014.80, before school begins. Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Conn and Mis. Kate Kly motored to Parle and spent J. A. BKATTON, M. C. L. lt lttt d I I aoj ni X $. tt f May-fiel- S. d $2.. (7-28- Mr. H. H. Hail, of Lowell had the misfortune to los-- e his house by fire Wednesday night. Very little was saved as the tire was under such headway when discovered. The lost was partly covered by $3,600.00 nee. FOR RENT Two Farms near EXCURSION Saturday the ladles of Paint Lick ami community met at Led ford's Hall, where they reorganized a W. C. T. U., of 32 members with the promise of several more. They will meet again next Saturday at Led- ford's Hall at 3 P. M. Everybody be sure to come. Bryantsville, Ky. PkMC HIS. 823-4- . HUE SWEEKT If the newspapers keep on grind ing out "heroes" at their present rate of speed it will soon be a dl tinguished honor to be referred Jo aa deficient in courage. CINCINNATI, O., and return via $3.15 L. FOR SALE Farm on Boones Creek A AN. $3.15 case tructor and plows; I new Deering binder: binder: 2 manure spreaders, practically new; 1 Huber separator, 22 in.; 1 new Appleton corn shucker; 1 new John Deere wheat drill with fertilizer attachment; 1 good irnsw seed drill: 1 trood me snreader: 1 good cultipacKer; 1 good roller; 3 good John ueere nuing piows; a goou mowing machines; 2 buggies, 1 extra good; 1 Overland car, six and cylinder; 2 road carts; 6 good wagon; Buggy-harnewugon gear oi all kinds; u goou ensilage cutters, smau urm-in- g new corn One 10-2- 0 cmhe mm Daivllle, Ky. 1 MONEY To w Jl 5 miles from Lancaster, Sunday, Auf. 2t, lt21. containing 33 acres. Good house, barn and Saoeial train will leave Lu A. orchard. All in grass. caater I tie FesjrtM.,St wiM leave Tarma liberal. Ctaeaaaati ftM P. M. SiajrfersJ Clarence Beazley. Tiame, (7tae P. M. City Tlata.) Lancaster. Ky. Far KwtW tools and implements of all kinds too numerous to mention. inch new galvanized pipe. 1,000 feet 1 inch and 2.000 bale No. 1 irood hay; 500 bales barley and wheat straw; 300 acre of grass in different boundr.es will be rented to highest hidden. Term Liberal aavsj aaasie htvtwa e aajr of Bale. li ' Loam On 2 Mfcff Tiri.it 1 have juet received a new Bast Grate af GswtV and will ruea-a- r year beaey far M4.99. Gsre ate a trial aaJ aaiaaSf . Jones & ttenry Baughnian KXtXUTOM IomIST.. MOm&tm Or ISTATI Of J. K. atAWOHMAff' JBttrt HSttalat .Ky. k si n. KENTUCKY. if- J T 7 j