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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): February 23, 1922 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1922 cen1922022301_sn86069201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): February 23, 1922 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1922 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. THE CENTRAL RECORD. THIRTY SECOND YKAR LANCASTER, KY., THURSDAY AFTERNOON. FEBRUARY 23. 1922. NUMBER 46. MICKIE SAYS US MIXED UP I MtQTJG AlMr filNtW QECUZ MB AJUfl Aovea-n-smoi folks Awr BUNIM AW AOVt-fmStU- ' OECOt IS ALU MILLARD WEST Made Assistant To Federal DryJDirector Dispatches from Washington City, say that MillarU F. West, formerly of this city, lait Saturday became assistant to Hoy A. Ilnynes, Federal Prohibition Agent. Mr. Wert has been Dwputy Commissioner of Internal Revenue fer several month He ha and resigned this position. been connected with the internal revenue service since 180H. He came very Bear being appointed chief of the Internal Revenue Itureau latt year Hit appointment te hii present position m a handsome promotion and one well deserve!. progressive corporations In the city and since its organization many year ago, has aided many to pay for their present homes, nnd to rave up a little of their surplus money, which otherwise might have been spent for luxuries or unnecessarie. Kvery man and boy who can spare at least $1.60 n week should buy n few share of stock in our local Loan Hulldlng anil Association. Many are taking advantage of the opportunity ami are investing their money in this way. The shares in the assorintien are $100 each nnd can be paid for each week until a full share M purchased, a which time a certificate of stock is Issued and you are paid interest on it yearly, l.nst year the aMociatien earned per cent nnd prospect for the coming year arc stilt more flattering. A splendid set of o Ulcers and director are in charge of the assecintion and many new member, are being added. It ha been endorsed by the Lancaster and (iarrnrd county Chamber of Commerce, as well as a committee' from the banks of the city. The investment i perfectly safe nnd many who arc net able to Invest in large stork should by all means take a few shares and they will be surprised how much they have saved and invested in one year. BUILDING ALEX R. DENNY DIXIE AIRLINE POOL REOPENED ERNST LINES UP AND LOAN Lancaster's Oldest And To Give Outsiders One To Be Pushed To Early AGAINST BONUS Good Investment For Most Honored Citizen More Chance To EnCompletion Senator Forsakes AdThe ClncinnntVi.oekout Mountain Man Who Wants To Passes Away ter Association ministration Says Airline highway, along the Cincinnati Southern railway to Lexington, Save In the death of Mr. Alex It. Denny, Kvery tobacco grower In the hurAny Action Now which occurred at the home of his ley district is to have one more Is assured, according to word receivThe Lancaster Hulldlng nnd Loan son, S. C. Denny, Inst Friday morned yesterdny by Colonel James Marct, chance to sign up his crop for the Is Unwise Association Is now one of the moit ing, I.ancnstcr and Garrard county director of the Airline Highway lost Its oldest and most honored citizen. Horn In tM county, May 20th., 1831, he would have been 01 years of age had he lived until his next birthday. No citizen who ever lived in Lancaster or Garrard county was held in higher esteem. He had been in feeble health for many month nnd his death was not unexpected to those who had been in close touch with him during the past few months. He had been confined to his room for several weeks with a severe cold, but the end came quickly nfter a cerebral hemorrhage which he had Just one week before his death. He whs a man of generous impulse, and never forgot the hospitable ways of The stranger, even the pioneer. though a beggar, never failed to find food and shelter if he sought it at his hands. He is survived by two children, S. C. Denny nnd Mrs. MntticDuneun, both of thl city. We can only say to them, that he is not dead, he Is only asleep resting after a long nnd well spent life. And so from the beauty of his life take an inspiration nnd go forth to live as he lived, so that when the summons comes, you may say as he did, "All i well." At alt times and under nil circumstances, he walked In the well beaten path of righteousness and fully conscious that he wa nearing the last of earth. Could all live the Just and upright life that Alex It. Denny lived and die in his trusting faith, death eeuld ne longer be called "The King of Terrors" for he inspired no next five years to the marketing plan of the Hurley Tobncco Growers' Cooperative Association, Joseph Pasion-neachief of the field service division said recently. Mr. Pnssnnncnu said that new contracts have been printed covering the crops of 1022 to 1020, inclusive nnd that these are going out to the county organizations this week. Within the last week Mr. Passon-nrau- 's department has received ninety-scontracts, representing more thnn 260,000 pounds of tobacco. The new contract contains the same provision as the old. The members pay the same membership fee and the grower has the right to stop growing tobacco at any time he may desire to do so, as under the old contract, but If a grower raises nny tobacco he must deliver It to the association to be marketed. u, even WhatfhTPooT" Has Done BOOZE BANDITS Make Big Haul In Two Distillery Robberies Itobbers made a raid on the Oscar Pepper distillery near Versailles last 400 captured Monday night ami rases of whiskey valued at $ 10,000 and made good their escape. In this, the latest of a scries of daring ranis on Kentucky distileries, d reports said that 20 masked men four guards at the distillery and a passerby; lined them up face to the wall in the distillery otlice while the warehouse was being looted. The whiskey was placed in three trucks. The captured a en were tied to post in the distillery. Shortly after the rum calvacade left, the guards freed themselves and gave the alarm. Another Easy Robbery night whiskey Last Saturday thieves tied up six guards at the Howling distillery 'near Tyrone, in Anderson county and captured 30 cases of whiskey taking it away in four touring cars. Fifteen were in the raiding party and they held the guards as n shield to prevent other guards from shooting them. The other guards were subdued at pistolM point and all taken to the olfice of the plant where they were tied . Locks on the distillery were then broken and was looted at leisure. There Is no clue, although prohibition agents are using every' effort to bring tho guilty parties to justice. cap-ture- PASSENGERS On Southern Given "On Time" Service -- 29- During the year 1921, the Southern Hallway System operated 179,-83- 5 passenger train, many of them being through traini operate! In connection with other lint' and cover-in- ir dUtances of from 1,000 to 1,500 mile. Of thl great number of train, 172,182, or 95.1 per cent, ran on schedule or made up time while on the- Southern, and 100,277, or 92.5 percent, reached final terminal on time, according to announcement made by Vice President Henry W, Miller, in charge of operation. L. & N. Records Big Bond Issue Mortgage One of the largest Instruments ever recorded In Hell county, was put on tho mortgage book In the olllcc of Henry llroughton, county clerk, this pait week, the U & N. railroad mortgaging all of iU railroad line and other holding to the United State Trust Company of Now York, a security for a bond issue to fund the floating debt of the company, completing, equiping and operating the railroad controlled by the company. The mortgage comprises the lint lien on 057. 07 miles of railroad and a subsequent lien on more than 5,000 miles of road. Thu mortgage, 180 page of printed matter, required' 80 page in the mortguge book for record and kept MUs Rice buy three and n half tiny to complete tho record. Flody llroughton, deputy In the olfice of his father, estimated, that the mortgage contained CS.O0O wonls.Plncvillc Sun. Poor Marksmen Wm. T. Adams and Kzra Pollard took a few shots at each other tart Monday in Duncantown and both proved to be poor marksmen. The trouble came up over some family "Uncle Joe" Cannon Will affair and the shooting begun before realized there was trouble, lloth men were arrested by chief Ilratton and they were taken before Judge Miller anil fined $60 and costs each. Adam fine was paid They but Pollard is now In Jail. were charged with breach of peace. Retire From Actlv Politics Two Good Sales The sale of the personal property of the late Mrs. Henrettn Pendleton held lat Saturday, by the executor, W. O. Itigney, brought tatUfactory price nnd n very large crowd was on hand. Tho personalty of J. A. Leo also sold well. This sale was held on the same day, but In the afternoon. M- X- At the end of his present service years In tho House of of forty-i- x Representatives, "Uncle Joe" Cannon will retire from active politics and lms so declared In an open letter to his Kepubllcan constituents of the Kighteenth Illinois District, saying that the time had come for old heads to give way to young hearts, alert with active minds and vigorous bodies. They talk about tho Hurley Association not being able to sell tobacco to the trust. The Association is bigger than the combined tobacco companies and has accomplished the following the past few months: It has enrolled 68,000 members; has pooled 200,000,000 pounds of Hurley 85 per cent of the crop; hn borrowed $17,000,000 from bankers and the Federal government; has dominated the Kentucky legislature and had its own marketing law passed; has acquired 117 gigantic warehouses; has played fair and square, terror there. nnd is now doing business today on a Devoted and faithful to the teach- big scale ings of the Presbyterian church, of Most certainly, if the Association many can accomplish which he had been an elder for all these things, then many years. He was a man of ex- it can sell tobncco. cellent business acumen and had served as president of the National Looks Good Farm--er- s Hank of this city for 30 yenrs or His wife, who was Miss Paulmore. Coming ine lackey, preceded him to the With wheat worth now $1.50 a grave about twenty years ago. He is also survived by one broth- bushel, com selling at $3.50 a barer, James N. Denny, of this county, rel, tobacco averaging from 15 to and two sisters, Mrs. Lizzie Denny, 45 cents a pound, hogs, cattle nnd also of this city, and Mrs. Margnret sheep bringing very good prices ,whnt looks like will be a better year for Pearson, of Harrodsburg. Funeral services were conducted the farmer, whq has not speculated at the Presbyterian church last Sat- heavily In farm lands, than he has urday afternoon by his pastor, Rev. had since 1919. The farmer who has II. S. Hudson, Interment following in stuck close to his "knlttin," economized in every way that was possible, the tancastcr cemetery. while others were spending theirs freely nnd with no thought of the Window 'morrow, is now in the saddle and The store window of J. K. Dicker- - is the hope of the future and the son nnd Son has Just been artistic one who will nld materially in bring n ally decorated by Mrs. Wesley ing prosperity to the country. and Is attracting unusual atThe $100,000 or more that have tention by its uniqueness in display- been distributed among the farmers ing some rare antiques, such as of this and adjoining counties, from spinning wheel, home woven rugs, the advance on their tobacco has candle stands, candle sticks, candle gone a long way toward paying oil llag snuffers, etc. An old American some of the smaller debts and the gracefully drapes and old mahogany merchants also are feeling the ef chair, making the entire window one fects of it in new business. The pros of beauty and pleasant to look upon. pect for a good wheat crop was never more flattering than it is In this coun- No Race Suicide ty today and it looks now as If the A special from Hrownsvllle, Ky., farmer will get the best price he has says, "Willie Potect, of Hee Spring, received since the war. Edmonson county, has been married five years nnd has twelve, children. New Offices He married Hrowning's Willian A social call at the office of Dr. daughter and their first eight children were four pairs of twins. Last W. M. Klllott, who has Just moved week his wife gave birth to four into his new quarters on Danville street, convinced the writer that he babies. All the babies are normal healthy has one of the best equipped and most modern otflces in the city. Upchildren and are doing well." on entering the main office or re ception room from the street, one is Coffee Man When one sees Hon. H. It. Myers, impressed with the artistic arrangeof Nicholnsvilte, who was In our city ment of its furnishings and interior yosterday, one nnturally thinks decorations. Kmnculately clean and Pendennls Coffee, for this is one with every convenience for his patcommodity he has put on the map. rons end friends. His consultation He represents A. Engelhard & Sons room in the rear is large and roomy, Company, of Louisville, and ranked newly painted and furnished with evsecond In sales last year, with thirty-tw- o ery convenience necessary to a phymen on the road. Mr. Myers sician's olfice. Mrs. Luther Peyton has many friends In Lancaster who has charge of the front olfice and that she fills the position well, goes are always glad to sec him. without saying. for Fayette county following a conference of Tennessee road officials held in Chattanooga Inst Friday, snys the Lexington Herald. "Tills proposed new highway thru Lexington will be the shortest route from Chattanooga to Cincinnati by 7G miles, nnd when it is completed It will be possible to drive n good car to the Queen City in a day," Colonel Mnrct said. Scott county, Tenn., on the Kentucky border line, has had $300,000 In bank for the Inst three years rendy to build Its part of the road, and in Morgan county, Just south of Scott county the money Is ready whenever it is decided to complete the highway. These two counties, representing almost forty miles, nre the only one that have actually to build their ronds, the rests of the route into Chattanooga being in good condition. Citizens of McCrenry, Pulaski, Lincoln, Garrard, Jessamine and Fayette counties, through which the road Is to pass, are enthusiastic over the prospect of the completion of the line to Lexington, there to connect with the Dixie highway, the Hoonc way, Midlnnd trail nnd Jackson highway entirely across the state to the Ohio river. They nre ready to do their part in building the line, and nre anxioui to complete it as early at possible. The Tennessee highway department, it is understood, will get to work immediately on the plan for this line. The road will pass thru n rich section of the State. The fact that it is the shortest route and consequently the line that can be most cheaply constructed insures the early completion of the highway. For Many Millions Sold To Reynolds Farmers "Tickled" With Advanced. Prices With 150,000 pounds of the weed rolling into the receiving stations here every day, sees the farmers more and more pleased with the way their crops are being handled, and still better pleased with the advance they are getting on their tobacco. Four buyers have been on the floors during the past week, checking up and receiving the grades they have purchased from the association. Among the new buyers since last week, is the R. J. Reynolds Company, whom many of the "knockers" said would never buy a pound from the association, but reliable reports from headquarters of the Hurley ToAssobacco Growers' ciation, say they have closed a deal with this company for ten million pounds. While no definite price has been given out, President Stone, has assured the growers that it is entirely satisfactory to him and will be to the 58,000 members, when the price Is announced. Up to this time about two million pounds hnve gone over the scales at the two houses hero and indications are now that in three more weeks, the entire crop in this county will have been graded. It Is estimated that about four million pounds will be received here during the season. Some splendid averages have been made during the past week, the crops being exceptionally fine and well handled. Among the best crops was that of Mrs. Annio Hubble, who received nn advance of 19 cents on her entire crop of 1,825 pounds. The crop was included in the following baskets and the amount advancAl-1- 0 ed on each: 155 pounds, cents; 215 pound Ul-1- 8 cents; 280 Cl-2- 2 cents; 410 pounds CW1-2- 0 0 cents; 360 pounds cents; 190 pounds D2-1- 8 cents; 70 pounds G2-- 5 cents; 25 pounds DG-- 7 cents. Others receiving good advances were: II. H. Ray, 3,035 pounds, 10 cents; C. C. Prewitt, 1,905 pounds, $15.50; Geo. Carrier, 3,100 pounds, $14.50; J. M. Crlscillls and Geo. Lair, 2,080 pounds, $10.37; W. 11. Ilurton & J. L. Duncan, 0,120 pounds $12.82; I). P. Jones, 2,135 pounds, $15.27; Farra and Mrs. Hibbard, 3,995 pounds, $14.98. 11)1-2- The Year Artistic I Dick-erso- Wnihlngton, Feb. 17 Scnntor Richard I Earnst, Republican, Ken- ttirlcv. llneil tin neninst the bonus today: Representative Ralph Gilbert, Democrat, Eighth District, reiterated his opposition to any cash bonus, nnd other members of the Kentucky delegation who were here voiced their opposition to the proposed sales tax nnd against the bonus. Mr. Ernst, who had not discussed his position in regard to the bonus since the proposed legislation was revived recently, said today that he thinks it would be unwise to enact n bonus bill at the present time. Ho pointed out that he might vote cither way at any other time, but that the economic condition of the country would be taken into consideration whe nhe voted. "I nm nn Administration man," he said, "and I like to be with the rest of the crowd, but, at tho present time, I think it is unwise to enact a bonus law. For that reason I am not at all clear but that it would do more harm than good Just now. No matter by what tax, in any way devised, the bonus was paid, nn injury would be wrought to business at a time when we nre trying to restore general prosperity nnd to make it possible for the former service man to get employment every day in the year. That seems to be our proper course now and it seems to be the best thing for the former service man." Senator A. O. Stanley, Democrat, who favors the bonus, said that the proposed sales tax would not bo fair; that it would place all the burden on the consumers. "I do not think the bonus will go through with the sales tax," he said. "We have passed other bills carrying large appropriations without specifying In the appropriation measures how the revenue was to be raised," he continued, "why we specify in the appropriation bill the means of raising revenue for the bonus?" Mr. Gilbert declared ho still was opposed to the cash bonus "by whatever means they determine to raise the revenue." He said that he was not opposed to other features of the bonus proposition, such as grants of land. Hut n cash bonus, he said, would retard economic readjustment. Representative Albcn W. Harkley, Democrat, First District, said he was opposed to the sales tax and that he would vote to eliminate it, but he would make no statement as how he would vote if the sales tax and the bonus were linked, together. Representative W. J. Fields, Democrat, Ninth District to.ok the same position. Representative John W. Langley, Republican, Ninth District, said that he was for the soldier bonus "in whatever way it is proposed to raise the money to pay it." Here Dan Sells'Em Dan Enst, who raises the Hig Type Poland China hogs, tells us that it is next to impossible for him to sup- ply the demand he has had for them during the past two months. Yesterday ho sold three dandy gilts and a nice boar to Charlie Ross for a fancy price. Herbert Lee Charged With Burning Car Friends here of Herbert Lee, formerly of this city, will regret to learn that he Is under arrest in Louisville, charged with having burned an automobile belonging to one A. II. Martin. Louisville papers state that Lee and secured the car in Louisville drove it to a point near New Albany, Ind where it is charged he attempted to burn it. The car was well insured. Lee together with Murtin nnd a negro boy was arrested and placed In Jail, the papers stated. Many Hog Sales Writing, as he explained, on the golden anniversary of his first dec-tjo- n to the House, Mr. Cannon said that in turning back his commission he did not wish to shirk any responsibility of public duty, but simply to to open the door of opportunity younger men. MILK COWS I will have In town County Court Day, several nice milk cows for sale. Alt fresh. J, E. Koblnson. Booze Toter Henry Wcarren was taken in tow by chief Ilratton at the depot Monday, charged with breach of peace, he having on his person a hot water Ho got bottle filled with moonshine. ISO and the trimmings beforo Judge Miller. Put C.ryls.d Salt Toole Block In your hog yard and keep tkesa in good condition, for sale by Hudson A Faraau. The Dixie Stock Farms, of which Sanders Hrothers und Amon are proprietor, have had many good sales of their registered Poland China hogs during the past week, resulting from the advertisement they were carrying in the Record. Among the sales were: Two gilt to G. A. Held, Hardstown, Ky.; three to William Foster, Marks-burtwo to John Naylor, Uuena Vista and one nice boar to II. II. Given, Naphfor, Ky. Tobacco Bed Fertiliser for sale. HusUaa A Faraau. New Directory y; This olfice will get out a new directory for the Uastln Telephone Company in tho next few weeks nnd wo insist on those who anticipate having phones put In, do so now beforo the directory I made. Some atBaby tractive advertisements are being Mr. and Mrs. John Scott are being sold for the directory and If you are congratulated upon the arinterested, call Miss Mattlo Lutz, the warmly rival of a beautiful little girl at their accomodating secretary of the comhome last Friday night. She ha pany. been christened Mary Kavanaugh. 41 per cent Protela Cotton Sm4 Mrs. Scott before her marriage was Meal for sale. Hudson c Faraau Mis Martha Kavanaugh. Notice To Income Tax Payers Lancaster from Feb. 27th. to March tho 7th. inclusive, to assist those desiring help In making Income tax returns for the year 1921. Will charge a reasonable fee for preparing them according to the work. I will not stay after March the 7th., unless there is work enough to Justify me to stay longer. Respectfully, Jeptha Onstott. I will bo In Girl The Central fiecoru, Lancaster. ry , Thursday Feb 23, 1922 Wmm vm STORE Everything in 1ht American Legion News determined to kill Street the adjusted compensation bill at any cost, according to s report sent by New York state executives of the American Legion to national head quarters at Indianapolis, Ind. The report states thst mandatory orders were Issued by at least one Urge stock exchsnge house, ordering cm ploycs, both men and women, to write their Congressmen urging against the passage of the measure. Suggested forms were handed out, and employes were instructed to deliver their in unsealed envelopes to their employers for inspection. Lined up with Wall Street against the bonus is the U. S. Chamber of Commerce, which, however, Is meeting continued opposition from its chambers in widely constituent separate parts of the country' Chambers In Omaha, Neb., in Battle Creek, Mich., and in several cities in Oklahoma and Ohio hov now flatly declared in favor of the bonus in the questionnaire sent out by the nation nl body. In Toledo, following a hearing by tho Anutrican Legion, business men of the local commerce board refused to vote on the matter. charging that the issue had not been impartially presented by the U. S. Chamber. They said that It had ignored three of tho Ave options. Wall Is let-te- rs TWIT "BRED IN 0L0 KENTUCKY" Replace your scrub and grade sires with good purebreds. Join the "Better Sire, Better Stock" csmpslgn. What about this trio of henl boars? ULOOD WILL. TUL.U I BEST LOCATION Simple Precaution OF HOG LOT Prsvtntlng Sprtad May Bs Meant of of Cholera Isolate New Stock. e KING PILOT NO. 457,531, by tho Pilot, tho world's Ch""KENTUCKY RANGER," sired by the largest boar In the world. "KENTUCKY CHECKERS," it's your move. CATTLE We own more BLACK-CABLACK-CA- P P black-cap- s CATTLE than any herd In CATTLE Kentucky. produce the effect desired by physicians. We nil prescriptions RIGHT. We also carry everything to be found in a modern drug store. Come in, look around and see the thousand and one things we carry. You will find many things you will want upon merely seeing them. Our prices are always reasonable. Come to US for it. the medicine we compound, becnuse they have learned that our drugs Nurses take delight in giving McRoberts Drug Store The Significance Of Kentucky's Dairy Cow Our rather sudden renlltatlon of the cows value to Central Kentucky discloses much of interest to our rest dents. , Yes, the cow is about to save the farmer from the ravages of the pay day. If he Rives her half a cRance she is going to make good, and confer upon her owner an attractive dividend. Can you think of any other boon that would be more! welcome to the farmer or his aquimcnt dealer? As & matter of fact, the cow has been trying to bring about this happy result for a long time. Perhaps the first people to realize the bovincs importance were those farmers in the Mohawk Valley of the Empire State. Their decision was to sell more butter-fa- t and less grain and sell it oftener. The enterprise spread Westward and you probably know what ideal invironment was found in Wisconsin and how the dairy interest have brought prosperity to that state. Prior to this Industry the Badger State was rnther down at the heels agriculturally. Now Cows are an immense factor to the Gopher State of Minnesota. Of course they have gone into neighboring states to the South and Southwest. One of the chief objections to such a fortunate business alliance was that the dairy cow has always required one thing of her human partners steady habits. Being human .they sort o'shield away from that obligation. Lined up patiently for hours In advance, hundreds of tattered cx- soldiers received shoes, overcoats, and children's garments from the American Legion distributing com 12,452,210. mittee in New York. G. A. Abbott, Scct'y Convalescing at Kcnnllworth, NM Chamber of Commerce. C. from wounds received in the It's a wise man who knows enough Argonne, one American Legion man to keep his wisdom to himself. sent $1 to the Woodrow Wilson! fund, and nromiscd four more nav- -' mcnta. Many Legionnaires are list ed among the donors to the founds Uon. Wisconsin adopted dairy farming many years ago because the farmers had been raising grain so long, their fields had become exhausted and failed to produce profitable yields, The farmers turned to the dairy cow as a soil builder and she proved also a good maker. And as the milk crop was harvested daily, winter and sum mer and the crops never failed, re gardicss oi weather conditions or seasonable rains dairy farming won a permanent place in their farm opcr ations and they have never forsaken the good dairy cow. Wisconsin is considered one of the most prosper ous agricultural states in the union and is used for comparisons with Kansas ,a live stock and grain rnis ing state. The acreage of improved land in each state is as follows: Kansas, 3O.C0O.7C0, and Wisconsin "I think that I nm 32 years of age. feet nine, and weigh 130 pounds. My eyes are grey and I nave blond hair. 1 believe 1 was a soldier. If anyone can tell me who I am or Anything nbout my past, please telephone the police." young man This is what a clean-cu- t told attendants in a Los Angeles, Calif, hospital. He wore an Ameri can Legion button, and Los Angeles posts of the Legion arc helping him find himself. I am five -- tht tlallMl SLW. Iwearlm.at i Aenteuwie.) When hog cholera sweeps through a nelclilKirhiMMl, rnuslng the death of hundred of nnltnnts, n simple prrcau tlon, as the proper locution of the hog lot. may be the mentis of presenting Infection. Where not to have the hog tot Is pointed out mill uthcx auger' tlons on the control and eradication of this disease are ultra In a leaflet published by the 1'nlted States Depart ment of Agriculture. Hog lots should be located away from streams ami highways. Free range, streams, Irrt gallon cnnnla, etc., help In the spread of rhotrrn outbreaks. Don't visit neighbors' hog lots or allow neighbors to vllt yours If they have sick hog. Infection limy be enrrted by temna and wngons from highways; don't drive In to hog tots. Isolate for at least two weeks all new stock hogs and those Jut returned from exhibition and snlea. lon't borrow or lend bogs for breeding puriosea If cholera Is In the community. Hum to ashes or bury four feet deep all niilnmU that die on the farm and tiie unused Internal organs of slaughtered iililimtla. Mure they attract dogs, which may carry Infection. If cholera apHars In the neighborhood, confine your dog and encourage others to do likewise. Immunise herd located dan gerously nenr Infected renters. Careful attention to the feeding and han dling of the herd after Immunization Is an Important matter. Mange, lice and worm lower the vitality of hogs and render thrtu more susceptible to irrpr4 It Young stock cither sex for sslc at all times. Visitors always welcome. ROYALTY NO. 253,797 AND GARRARD NO. 283,601, "Herd Bulls." Dixie Stock Farms. SANDERS BROS. & AMON, PROP. LANCASTER, KY. SOUR CREAM Costs Kentucky Farm- seriously handicap the butter maker In his attempts to produce a high quality product, according to the dairymen. ers .$330,000 nually fluences An- Price Of Poor Quality Product In. Farmers' Profits Seri-ous TIRE SALE Need For Dvtter Care Of ( Cream, Station Saya Failing in his attempt to commit suicide by freezing In snow-dri- ft at Kmporia, Kans., Chester Hagcrman, oblcss war veteran, is being sought by the American Legion. A woman of Medicine Lodge says her son, who bore that name, was reported "kill ed In action," and a body, supposed to have been his, brought from France for burial here. If cholera appears In the herd, poat warning notices so your neighbors will know nbout It, sufrgeata the depart ment. Have all susceptible hogs imt once by some one with munized spwlsl training and experience, preferably to a competent veterinarian. In sist Hint the temperature of all hogs be taken at time of treatment and an In creased dose of serum, given to those showing a temperature of 104 degrees F. or over. Confine all treated hogs to limited, clean quarters; keep on light, restricted diet for at least two weeks Marketing their cream In a sour condition rather than in the clean, sweet condition desired by dairy manufacturers costs Kentucky farm ers about $330,000 a year, according to n statement issued recently at the Kentucky Agricultural Kxpcri-men- t Slntion calling attention to the need for better care of cream before it is sent to market. A part of the sour cream being sent to the market is the result of an croncous belief on the part of some farmers that souring raises the rich ness of cream. There Is no foun Guaranteed lation for this belief, the station! Miles dairymen say. The remainder of the! sour cream is the natural result of poor care given dairy products on the I ssSBajsasaV fsrm. As a result of the large amount of sour cream which is sent to dairy manufacturers, the State annually produces about 5,500,000 pounds of butter Scoring around 82 points thst sells for from five to elitht cents leM a pound than does 92 score butter! fmm til Hit, nvi. til V....V. 1 M lii. nt n In IIWHt rlu.n in..l ' cream, according to the statement. This difference in price between the Other Sizes Low Priced 0 two grades of butter eventually a3 $ s.ss 31 a 4 $14.75 33 i 4 IC.C4 fluences the price which farmers re-- 1 30,3$ .87 33 i 4 17.22 eelve for their cream to the extent I 32 m 3w 12.85 34 s 4 18.13 w . . ,uvu.vuw i v vainly, iiii, v , three are the lamout Dunbar Fabric year, the station dairymen say. NOW ON! 3032 sssaSBSBSBSaa 6.000 HI' . 6 txx) mi!e l .o-..- e.. 1 i V ir XPECX IT MOTHER Generation llv Mad A,, '..r. Easier By Usina Child-Birt- Fcr Three OLP All tlOU r i I I I I $ ni... HIUtU MOTHflHOOOl.SIM Hit ,. Bior.ua msvut J Co.. CUT. WJ. AtUNtt. A A TOBACCO Canvas American Wire Fence, I Best Grade 6cts. 1 sick hogs have been, llrst, remove ull Infected manure and spread on fields Inaccessible to hogs. Hum nil Utter, rubbish uml old troughs from Infected pens and loth Turn over portable bog houses, eipoalug the Interior to sunlight. Thoroughly clean pens and buildings In which sick hogs have hern kept, and disinfect by spraying with V. Va., minound cresot solution, one part to 30 A cemotcry in Fairmont, of soft water. In summer, paswhere Civil H'nr soldiers were buried, parts iiiul lots nre usually made ture safe had become n thicket of briers. The within three weeks by the action of American Legion cleaned it up to do sntillght. Kill, drain, or fence off mud reverence to the dead heroes. wallows. Disinfect and board off all Destroy runs underneath buildings. The Star Spangled Banner, ren- hog tlmt don't fully recover; they may dered on n handorgan with a monkey curry choleru rufectlon. Twelve majors, five nnval com manders, 27 captains, and nearly 100 lieutenants have applied for Jobs at American Legion employment headquarters in New York since a higher price for sweet, cream than they are for sour cream, the production of the desirable pro-- J duct is a problem for the farmer and one that he must work out himself.! ! the statement points out. A Healthy Pork Family In the Alfalfa Souring not only falls to increase Field. A Spanish bull fight will be stag the richness of the cream but also snd give plenty of pure drlnklug wa- may result in contamination ed in Madison Square Garden, New with scrum Is not s various germs and farments ork, by an American Legion post. ter. that j cure, but when ue us soon as cholera One stipulation is that the bull shall appears In n herd It seems to have a not be hurt. favorable effect on some unlmnts In the very early stage of the disrate, Don't A married man, who formerly was rely on serum to cure sick hogs; It Is arning $72.50 a week, applied to tho prima rlly n preventive. merican Legion, wholly destitute. If (he disease comes to your farm He took a Job as a packer at $15, and runs Its course, disinfect thoroughly ufterwnrds nil places where and said ho wn glad to get It. I Possessing nil the requisites for a dance except music, American Legion men in Lincoln, Neb., called on an He rigged up a for help. radiophone and tuned in on an or chestra 1,000 rides away. ex-go- b While some creameries sre paying: I. Ll. " UsSs.at mm clr.n!il:u7i-s"'" WAD I fl nUM1J' , our Come to v- and get the Unrfit of ih : Dl?;C1YM)Ii6 .n,, SlmLO UUj C Ot Cinrlap uallUCrS J3 " 5 Back Hold II V r - a S W . 4." . "V X I', eV I iBBBSSBTejSSSSl lBStaSJaaSSSSB j anvthintf Tieectaci Hsv. and it shows HoreJ A Cow can rivc m.ilk to her fullest capacity only g when fed the right proportion or balance of materials. Milk is made up of Protein, Carbohydrates, Fat, Minerals and Water, in pro- milk-makin- Vulcan and Oliver Becker & Ballard BJKYANTSVILLE, KENTUCKY. accompanist, is taboo with the American Legion in New York. A bill be- SHOULD NOT MATE TOO SOON fore the legislature would prohibit collectors being taken for playing For Best Results, Angara Qoatl Must Bs Allowed to First Attain the national anthem. Full Maturity. Plans for a Connecticut state hospital for men have been Angora goats of both sexes will endorsed by Governor Lake. It will be nnmcd for Frederick V, Gslbralth, Momi'llmeit mate when rive months old ut six months, hut the late commander of the American and often they are nt this from hut age fact tlmt Legion. a mouth or two from uennlog time, and are not nearly full grown. It Is obvious A federal appropriation of ennltted to that they should not I for hospitals for wounded mate. They reach maturity when has been asked by the about 10 or 18 mouths old, and they American Legion in New York, where ought not to hinte before that time. the continued investigation has revealed If mated earlier well kids will not he develo;ed. They s MrongVr so Inadequate facilities. are In their prime when two or six jenrs old, but with proper feeding Kansas women have organized to In winter they have lieen known t put over a state bonus, Mrs. Ida breed reaulnrly until 10 jenrs old. Walker, woman legislator, has told The average life of a koat Is aboul the American Legion sho wants 12 years. There should I no tendency nurses included in the compensation. to keep docs until they are very old, tmless they hrlnz extra good kids. $10,-100,0- 00 pontons mar, practically snouting, can't be varied. Instead of making imperfect milk, a poorly fed cow gives less milk. Feed Purina Cow Chow and your cows will get all the Protein and Calcium needed to balance your Carbohydrate roughness. All we aik it that you sivc Purlaa Cow ClMW a trial and let your milk tcalct tliow you why you thguld keep on fceJinj it. For Sale by BECKER i BALLMI0, Bryinlivillt, Ky The Central Record, Lancaster Ky. Thursday, Feb 23, 1922. SAVE MONEY WHEN YOUNG ;enjoy it in after life SHE LOOKS SO WELL AND HAPPY See the Rich, Red Blood The Sign Of Health, Showing In Her Cheeks Capital $50,000.00 Surplus $60,000.00 Honor Roll Bank. 4 per cent paid on time posits. Call nnd see ut. Y , , Vice-Preside- Young men who would enter the decline of life In com fortnbte circumstance houll begin to save now. The approved modern method of saving If n savings In the home bnnk. Thin Lank Invite young men nnd young women to Join Its family of saving depositors. One dollar opens a savings account, and any sum may be depoilted thereafter, LIVE STOCK FACTS KEEPING OUT ALL DISEASES Quarantine Instituted Against tation of Llvs Stock From Countries. ImporDlf-fsrt- nt de- nt mmm. CITIZENS mmm ;4-- 'g-z- J. J. Walker, President. W. P. Champ, ,, n ... .. . .1 . u. Kigncy, ass u 10 me rresiucnw I & U.Tr L. G. Davidson, Cashier. Jo L. Gill, Assistant Cashier. THE NATIONAL 5ANK OF LANCASTER. S. C. DENNY, Cathier. Capital 40,000. Surplus DanH Honor Roll 30,000. HATCHERY Buys Kentucky Eggs At ter, the more vigorous chick which resulted from the farm (locks having Premium Prices Kentueky farmers who are cooperating with the extension division of the College of Agriculture in standardising their farm flock on the county plan through the use of a tingle breed fer a given county are beginning to profit from their work, according to an announcement fronj the college stating that a large com-- . merclal hatchery in Massachusetts l contracting fer hatching eggi from Kentucky farmer on a six monthi basts and otTrring a premium price. The egg are to be furnished until August. In making the contract ,the hatchery stated that , preferred Kentucky eggs became of their higher fertil-- , ity made possible by the open wln- - open range, and the fact that enough eggs of one breed could be obtained in a county to make case lot shipping naturally, and that brings natural profitable. bloom and beauty and all the elfects and Joys of good health. Oct Oude's Hard Job are only hard to those at yoar druggist's In who think them hard. liquid or tablet form. Advertisement. Of the 270,020 farmer in only 5,131) have been reported It is a waste of energy for some in the 1920 census as having water people to say they can't. It is n piped Into the house. There Is a self evident fact. successful and pratlcal water supply Wo agree with the ministry that system within the reach of every farmer. J. H. Kelley, College of jazz is immoral. Otherwise It would not be so popular. Agriculture. I'epto-Mangan Ken-tuck- y, rrrtmnt Asrltullvr I Some women have naturally benu-tlfu- l The prevalent') of footnndinmith complexions that tell you there disease In sumo Kuroptiiti countries, in is plenty of richness In their blood. certain sections of Asia and Africa, as Their figures become well formed, well as In .South America, litis caused supple, roundel and graceful. Those the fulled Hinted Department of are tht results of rich, red blood, to Institute special quarantine and plenty of it. There Is no need ucatnst the lliiHirtatloii of live stork of being thin nnd scrawny from poor from these plnres. This systematic urwy of foreign source of breeding blood. Get a few bottles of Guile's n take It with your Jfock ami protection against the Intromeals for a few weeks. It will give duction of illseastil hiiIiihiI Is nmiunlljr worth million of dollar to the live Ity buildyou plenty of red blood. stock breeder of the United States. ing up the blood, you give the entire Any one who wishes to Im'Hirt cattle, system a chance to restore Itself sheep, coots, swine or other animals If lh. f UnltH I'epto-Manga- rrrr'l tt. W. P. Miller, Assistant Cashier. Mrs. Naomi Hamilton, Teller. NATIONAL LANCASTER. KY. BANK. Aerl-cultur- e Corner Public Square nntl Dnnvillc Street. Sheep Authorities Join In Advocating Lamb Care Prominent sheep raisers, packers and stock yards otficlals have joined in advocating that Kentucky farmers dock and unscx their lambs before sending them to the market as a means of realizing greater prof its from their Hocks and supplying the consumers of mutton with a more desirable product, according to a statement being sent to sheep raisers of the State by the extension division of the College of Agriculture. Demonstrations to show farmers the proper methods of docking and nltering their lambs arc constituting the principal work being done by sheep specialists of the division nt this time of the year with the result that farmers in many counties have been shown how to do the work. The campaign now in progress is ex pected to bring about considerable improvement In the quality of Kentucky lambs that go to the market. according to the specialists. The statement of n prominent Chicago packing concern which is included in the statement being sent to Kentucky farmers follows: "It may seem a bit Irrelevant to tho purchaser of tho lamb crop whether or not the lambs were docked or castrated previous to slaughter but the fact that it docs make n difference is expressed in the price the pay for the properly market trimmed lamb. The castracted Iamb Keeping our best foot forward may JOHNWillTE&CO lOUItVILLK. KVi t.uVUM It tin be good advice, but It is a dilficult llb.ral iimiIcm"! full Vlx s method of progressing. It's n fact. The more we do the more we can do, and the loss we do the less we want to do. Now that Hollywood has declared itself on the map, It has our permission to fumigate and take a bath. Ltt 1 rf - rv Raw Furs Cow Just Unloaded From Lighter at Quarantine Station, Turner, Md. fattens more rapidly nnd uniformly, the meat Is of superior flavor, the animal reaches a higher degree of flesh nnd the fat Intermingles moro intimately with the lean." Tho following statement from V. S. Dell, president of the I.ouisvillo Livestock Hxchnnge, nlso is included: "lloth docking and castrating nro simple and easy and will be remunerative In price nnd gain In weight. Kwes and weather Iambs arc attractive to buyers ami will outsell tho genernl market from GO cents to $1.25 n hundred. In addition they will hold steady on many days when the general market Is lower." George Wilbur, MaryviHc, Ohio, president of the Ohio Wool Growers' Association, is credited with this statement In the one being sent to farmers: "I have produced more hot houso lambs than any other breeder in America and I never fail to castrate my lambs even though they usually go to market when about ten weeks old." W. 0. RIGNEY W. B. DICKERSON W. 0. RIGNEV & CO. Funeral Directors and Embalmers OfllcrlPlmnc 1H. Resilience Miotic 33. Lancaster, Kentucky. Public Sale I will on from any country, except Canada or Mexico, must llrst obtain from the secto be retary of agriculture a presented to the American consul at (he from which the unlmuls will associmarketing he shipped. No permit are Issued for ations have demonstrated that they shipment from countries where disease, surra, will improve quality and grade, exist. staballze prices to the Interest of or cmttnslous disease prevailed to producer, minimize consumer and speculation and waste and bring to serious extent 111 England during the been the farm districts an opportunity to past two years, hut recently has from abated to the exten' that horses buy things that mean a decent stan- tHitti England and Ireland are now aldard of living with possibilities of lowed to enter ttie t'nltod States. If education, security and rural con- certain restrictions regarding feeding tentment, Anron Sapiro. anil care are observed. These regulations require that the animals be subjected to disinfection, both before shipment nnd nfter nrrlval In this country, nnit that the feed and bedding used during the ojnge come from this country. These precautions, although they may seem very radical to those ..ho ilo not appreciate the critical haracter of the diseases under discus-Men- , are effective In preventing the Inplagues Into troduction of the United .States. us think pleuro-piu-umonl- a live-stoc- k These frequent sunny days make that spring is on the Way, but let us hope that It is not headed In the wrong direction. I, BUY- STOCK IN THE Lancaster Building & Loan Ass'n AND HELP YOUR TOWN Indorsed by Lancaster and Garrard Connl; Chamber of Commerce 0 K'd HV COMMITTEE PItOM LANCASTER HANKS Best way to pay Tor HOME. BEEF CATTLE BENEFIT FARM Make Possible Greater Use of Rough- age More Efficiently Than Any Other Animals. Earned 6 1- -2 Per Ct Last Year. Wm. S. HOPPER, a : Best Investment for SURPLUS FUNDS J. E. KOMKSOX. President Sec't & Trcs. Having decided to move to North Carolina, on account of my health, Saturday, Feb. 25th, AT TEN O'CLOCK at my home lowing: 4 miles South of Paint Lick, on White Lick Creek, sell the fol- One family horse, S years old; 2 coming two year old mules, ready for work; one milk cow, will be fresh in April; 14 head of ewes and lambs; 50 barrels of corn; 125 White Leghorn hens; one 1920 model Chevrolet Roadster, only run 2,500 miles; one good leather top buggy; one Howton road cart; one wagon, good as new; one cutting harrow, same as now, and other things too numerous to mention. Household and kitchen furniture, one new Singer Sewing Machine. The ue of beef cattle In connection with genernl farming throughout the com iK'lt, says the United States Department of Agriculture, offers the following advantages: to make greater um of It is dry roughages pnaliKvd on the farm us luff cattle coUKUUH! larger quanti ties of these feeds than any other classes of stock. f cattle can tie used profitably on rough hind unsuitable for crop pro duction, also trti low, wet land un suitable for either crop or for other classes of live stock. Ileef cuttle ue tin' total production of grata and roughages ou the average funn, without tho purchase of other feeds, more ellldeutly than auy other class of lite stock, ileef cuttle on tlie farm favor a distribution of labor throughout the year. They require ry little attention during the summer and fall, when crops need attention, and during winter and early spring, when thero t little tleld work to Ik; done, fanners can utilize their time to mlviuitiige by raring for the breeding herd, wintering the Mockers and feeders, or fattening somo steers. (Huu-lblIU-ed Farmers Say Purebreds Beat Ordinary Stock is tho concensus of opinion of growers of purebred and grade live stocV: who were questioned by the United States Department of Agriculture that the purebred sire is from 10 to 400 per cent better than tho ordinary sire. This npplles to all classes of Ilvo stock. Many of tho men who replied to the department's questionnaire gave figures and specific instances to back up what they had to say regarding tho remarkable Improvement effected in a relatively abort time. In reply to the question as to tho COO It value of their example in inducing others In the community to take up improved live stock most of these farmers and breeders said that they had been the means of starting at least two or three, and one man who had been raising purebreds for 40 years said he had influenced every man In the neighborhood. B. A. I. Editorial. All dairy herd Improvement due to breeding tends to Increase profits to the producer and to decrease costs to tho consumer. Tho breeders of purebred dairy cattle nnd the breeders of high class grade dairy cattle are among tho world's greatest benefactors. J. C. McDowell. better SOUIHERN RAILWAl SVSTEM Two Through Trains Daily WIN FIGHT ON TUBERCULOSIS Qovernment Authorities Report That Thousands of Cattle Are Freed From the Dread Disease, Birmingham New Orleans Limited Lv. Lv. Lv. Ar. Ar. Ar. Lexington Danville 10:40 A.M. New Orleans Crescent City Special Lv. Lv. Lv. Ar. Ar. Ar. Lexington Danville Terms made known on day of sale. C. C. W. T. King, Auct. HOUNSHELL. herds lint it been uccretllteil by the government us freu of tuhervulosls Infection, while 71K.VUX) additional cat-liIn 51,113 bents have already been once testoil and found frvo of the disease. On August t, 1101. a total of UH4,JM cuttle In TW1U herds were under supervision In the tuberculosis Purthermore, eradication cmnpulgn. thero were V.18.MI cuttle In 14.41M l.enls on the waiting list for testing. There Is a constant Increase In the number of animals and herds tested und accredited and lit the demands ou the part of herd owners who desire to place their rattle under goverinneut K.SMI t) Latest report of the work by the United States Department of Agriculture shows that a total of WW head of cattle In tuberculosis-eradicatio- n Somerset Chattanooga Birmingham New Orleans..., 11:40A.M. 12:50 P.M. 6:20 P.M. 10:35 P.M. 1030 P.M. 11:30P.M. 12:40 A.M. 6:20 A.M. 10:30 A.M. 10:00 P.M. Somerset Chattanooga Birmingham New Orleans ....10:30 A.M. Pullman Sleeping Cars and Coaches Dining Cars Serving All Meals far sleheee. ttMplag car reservations or other laformaekM, Ticket Agent, or address, 104 North Limestone atry fa H. C. KINO, DUtrkt Passenger Agent. Street. Lexington, Ky. fhe Central rtecord. Lancaster, Ky. Thursday. Feb 23. 1922 fiwii Double Texture, Re-enforce- A BUGGY OR AUTO TRAILER AUTO TUP, PAINTING OH AUTO TIRES d, Be sure and see me in Lancaster, County Court Day. Ford Tops and Back Curtain Worth $20. R. COURT DAY SPECIAL $7.50 M. ARNOLD; DANVILLE, KY. PA1NTLICK Mr. It. H. Ledford is on the sick list at this writing. Mr. Hugh Conn has purchased the patent on a good farm gate. Mr. W. O. Anderson has been on the sick list the past week. The W. C. T. U. will meet with Mrs. Skaggs Friday at 2:30. Mr. Edwin Walker was a visitor in Danville for the week-enMrs. Wm. Eldridge is the guest of Mrs. Tom Chenault in Richmond. Mr. Woods Walker is able to be out after several days illness of cold. Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Ilrandenburg, of Richmond visited Faint Lick recently. Mrs IL J. Chestnut entertained the Ladies Aid Society Thursday acres of beans in their corn while In 1921, they grew 6,000 acres. Fulton county had 0,000 acres in 1020 By Means which was increaied to 10,000 acres in 1921. Ilallard. McCracken and Graves counties also had large acreAim ages. "Formers in the mountain counMore than 300 county road officialso have found that growing al from Kentucky together with road ties other persons Inter- the beans in com is a profitable praccontractors and whether the mixture is hogged ested In road building and upkeep, tice regional olf, the corn picked and the stalk who recently ntended the fields grated or the beans allowed to to Improvement, and transport held at the University0 ,dwn "Since only six pounds of teed are resolutions be- of Kentucky, adopted lhe cost ran fore the adjournment of their meet- - "uir rJ to 30 cents for an acre. If study of from 25 insr advocating that the highway transport, highway engineer- this amount of seed is inoculated, the average growth of the beans in the ing, highway economics and safety corn will take from five to ten doleducation be given special attention of the lars worth of nitrogen from the air in the educational system educators, the press and add It to the soil if the crop restate and that mains on the ground. and public officials of Kentucky bend "At the present rate, farmers in every energy toward the upbuilding one-hathe counties of the State of the state highway system. soon will be planting three;fourthi The resolution follows: "Whereas the solution of .the prob of their corn crop with the corn and soybean mixture, ns was the case lems of highway engineering, highin Fulton county in 1921. way transport- - and highway econom"The Mammoth Yellow variety ics are deemed vital to the proper gives the greatest hay yield in Kendevelopment of the Commonwealth tucky while the Haberlandt and Lexof Kentucky, and, ington are at present most largely "Whereas no adequate solution of these problems can be achieved with- used for planting in corn. The supply of seed in the State is large out trained administrative personnel serving as county, district and state enough to supply all Kentucky growers this year." highway officials, and "Whereas the improvement of the Lucille's rural educational facilities of the state is dependent largely upon the I am a little girl, avenues of communication between I can not write my name, home and school, I have never been to school, "Therefore be it resolved: Dut have trouble just the same. is the sense of this con"That it ference that the study of highway I like to work some times, economics, highway transport, highBut Mamma says "I don't know how." way engineering and safety educa- She says, "now don't you bother me, tion should be given special emphasis Get out of here right now!" in the educational system of the State, and So I cut out paper dolls "That recognizing the interrela- And litter up the floor; tion between efficient rural educa- Then sister scolds, and tells me, tion and improved highways, the I mustn't do that any more. educators, press, and public officials of Kentucky should bend every en- I get up to the telephone ergy toward the proper upbuilding To listen for a while, of the state highway system, and Then some one says, "gee down from "That these resolution be distribthere uted to the press of the State." You naughty little child!" The resolution was signed by a of II. Green Then, I'll go for a ball of snow. committee composed Garrett, chairman of the State high-wa- y They say it will freeze my hands; commission, C. Frank Dunn, secIf there's any tiling I may do. retary of the Lexington Hoard of They never say I can. Commerce, and Edward Wiest, D. V. Terrell and W. E. Freeman, all of Then I'll get a story-boothe University of Kentucky. Some pictures for to find. They'll take it right away from me, And say, "you know that' mine." Doubled Soy GOOD ROADS Hirdlyl The fellow who said talk was cheap evidently nerer spoke to his own wife over the long distance telephone. Old English Farthing. The Carthlng U n old English cola, coined In silver first by King John. The Irish fnrthlng of his reign hears the dato of 1210 nni It Is valuable It Is so rare. Of Education Is 1 j " Lines ts B Remsmbtred. Giro a boy addrrt and accomplishhim the mastery ment and you of palaces and fortunes wherever he cihs. He has not I hi trouble of enrn-In- g or owning them, they solicit lilm to enter and possess. U, W. Kinon-on- . rle ENGRAVING 1 tttr H j I Ths Eustachian The Kutnchlnn tube gets It nam from an Italian phrslrlan to whom Tub. , I I Too buy this work beeause you wnt awmetMng nle than not In order to oronnmlte. OtMxt printing ts cheop rnernvlnir n cheap finery Is generally JUp- pointing. Our work Is the si B Jar J. pD lf Pop Plus IV Krntuctl permission to dissect humnn bodies In the further ance of anatomical knowledge. Orig inal manuscript of his works have Miss Lettie Jennings and brother, Just rtxne to light. night with Mrs. Earl, spent Monday "Rock of Refug." H. Davis. The "Hock of Refuge" U a large flat entertained Mrs. Woods Walker rock In HawnlL If a criminal reaches for her mother, Mrs. May, of ML till rock liefore capture, he Is safe so Carmel, III. recently. lout, n he remains there, Usually his Mr. R. W. Estrldc left Tuesday family supply hi m with food nntll be liuj he Is netcr allowed to attend the automobile show in can eaii to return to his trltie. Louisville this week. 4ssssJ5 2 m flf Lnflrnvera and Jlatloncra LOOISVII.LK I 9 i II Call at Central Record office and see complete line of samples. jnxc I Mr. R. G. Woods waa the guest of his cousin, Mrs. H .G. JtcWhorter Troubles k. Acreage Is Probable As Bean Popularity Increase Indications are that Kentucky will grow about twice as many noy beans in 1922 as were grown in 1921, according to soils and crops spec! allits at the College of Agriculture. The Increased popularity of this leg' ume crop as a soil builder and feed for livestock together with a 60 per cent reduction in the price of seed are held responsible for the probable increase in acreage. Last year, with seed as high as from four to six dol Ura a bushel, there was an increase of 10 per cent over the 1920 acre age In the main producing sections of the State, according to the sped alists. "Planting the beans in the same row and at the same time with corn has proved to be the most popular method of growing tnem in en tucky," Ralph Kenney, one of the nenuer .Mela 1UU Mid. Vln .aB county farmers planted 2,000 My dolls are lying on the lhairs, They say they're in the way; So I have a terrible time Sulphur What. The sulphur whnle that Is fonnd In the Pacific has n preference in Nicholasville Sunday. n Mrs. R. G. Woods and children. for deep water, nnd la railed the whale by many seagoing men. It guestn of her father, Mr. J. F. Is freiraently more were than ICO feet In White In Nicholasville Sunday. length, and U regarded by mnny as the Mesdames II. L. Francis. R. W. largest mammal that ever IItmL Estridge and H. J. Patrick were In Opinion Is Everything. play, Richmond Thursday to see-th- e Consider that everything l opinion "Sheik." and opinion Is In tliy power. Take Mr. and Mrs. Joe James, of Paris, away, then, when thou rhnosrsit, thy were visitors in Paint Lick Sunday opinion, and like n mariner who hns and Monday of Mrs. Martha Ely and doubled the promontory, thna wilt find mini, everything stable, nnd a daughter. wavelets hay. Mil reus Anrvllus AnFriends of M1m Willie WiUiams toninus. will be glad to know she Is improving and the Doctor thinks she will "Whn Qrsek Meets Qrtek." soon be out again. The expression. "When Oreek mest Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Ralston en- Greek," slightly altered. Is derived from tertained at a six o'clock dinner Sat- Greeks,the line. "Whin tlreek Joined then was the tug of war." The urday Mr and Mrs. R. W. Estridge, quotation ts from the dramn of "Alexand baby, Mr. and Mrs.. M. K. Ron. ander the Great," by Nathaniel nnd refers to the stubborn Mrs. W. D. Roop entertained sev- (I0W-KSIJeral of Mr. Roop's basin en associ- retlstnnco offered by the cities of ates with a birthday dinner Saturday Greece to Philip and Alexander of Macsilon. in honor of Mr. Roop's 34th. birthday. Cars of Palms. Pnlms like pltuty of ulr at their ootK. On this account It Is h good LOYD Idea to stir the top will In the pot A large crowd attended the sale of with a little stick aow and again. Wash the outride of the (Kit quite Mrs. Henrietta Pendleton. often to remove Hi dirt nretimitlatlon Mrs. L. L. Matthew is improving which mnkes the receptacle less por-ou-s. Give little water In cold weathafter a serious attack of pneumonia. er, tint more In the stiiuiiier, never, Mrs. Wm. S. Ray and baby spent however, allowing the soil to rematn Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. J. D. In a sodden tnte trot-tor), r -tt i II mm mil n9 WHICH DAILY PAPER? A Question Thnt I Quickly and Readily Answered. The CouriepJournal Largest Morninjr Circulation of Any Kentucky Newspaper prestige nnd reputation. It Enjoys a nation-wid- e is essentially u newspaper, intent upon giving news matter first consideration. Mnintnins Its own news bureaus at Washington nnd Frankfort. Member of the Associated Presa. With important legislation coming before Congress and Kentucky General Assombly in 11)22, Thu Courier-Journis the daily newspaper you will need. al Ie lly special arrangements we are now able to offer THE DAILY COURIER-JOURNA- L Roy. Every single day. And when I am grown-up- , My boss then I'll be; And when other people say I can't, I'll do Just as I please. (Composed by Mrs. J. M. II.) Silence is golden when the other fellow has the longest reach. And still, the movie stars are not all bad. Some of them would Just like to be. At an evidence of our extreme courtesy, we continue to call them courts of Justice. The thief In the night Is becoming a back number. Most of them are now pulled off in daylight. A few minutes spent in the gar den each day is better than two or three hours once a week, Wsddlngt, No Qrlrtsfjrcms. Mrs. Wm. Simpson has, been spendPolynesia U proliulil) iIm ,4ly place with Mrs. L. L. In the world where, Mie imirrtiige feust ing several days taken place without the presence of Matthew. the bridegroom. Kor some unexplained Mr. Henry Kay and family spent reaMm the young iiihii in "win Into the Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. James bush" when the bride becomes a mem Simpson. ber of his family, and lie linnrlnbly Mr. and Mrs. Fred Snyder and remains there during the sulntnuwit It Is only when iheKuesta daughter, Allle U. spent Sunday with festivities. hsto departed and the girl Is left Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Ray. alone that messengers urw dlipntcbed for him. Keep a stiff upper lip. Drooping Should Bt Protection Fron Borta. ones are not becoming. It Is to be hoped ihui, Hltli all the The world Is full of beautiful modern liuproeinents u hum) will be women, but it Is difficult to get two discovered of getting rid of bores, for It la too bad thst a or wretch can of them to agree upon any one. be pULlslied for slenlliig your pocket handkerchief or that no This life contains a lot of ups and punishment ran glou mid on he profit is found who steal your lime Inll'iled It those downs, but most of our your and with while drifting around In the middle. temper and patience us well as the bright thoughts thin inn) ! have enSo far we have not heard a single tered your mind bill Here frightened .i... ,UlUCt objection to the suggestion that the Wl i, . IV iUlt. I in, . IHl" ,!...... III Vf former service men finance their own who lost bis fortune iH'fore he got It, Lord llyron. bonus. .. 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Thursday, Feb 23, 1922. 7 TEETH WORLD'S HEALTH IMPROVED BY CARE OF DENTAL PROFESSION'S PROGRESS HAS ADDED MARVELOUS CHAPTER TO SCIENCE OF KEEPING HEALTH Rochester Industry Through Development of Ingenious Equipment For Dentists Has Played Its Part In Big Achievement Building the finest machinery li used by dental architect anil engineer In that mot Intricate and delicate building done by man the reconstruction of human teeth work of It the ureal, world-famothe Hitter Dental Manufacturing which u taught that teeth were true bone which existed before birth and he Is credited with the belief that the upper canines receive branches of the nerve that supplies the eye. Thereafter, the canine were called Year by year, the Inve. tlgators are coming aero. new tidCompany. ThU company hat veritably been bits of dental history. Fauchard A Monumental Nam a cornerttone In the trrmendout adtwentieth-centur- y dentist vancement of dentlttry during the The described In lait few decades, pointing tho way learnt that Abulcasi to tuccetvful practice, ttrcngthenlng tenth century writing an operation the ethlct of the profettlon, offering by which artificial crown may be continually Improvement In equip- attached to adjacent sound teeth. ment and methods, blazing new trallt Fauchard is well called the father of Intelligent people everywhere are as the jack-knif- e pattern. This wat momentous of education, treating new hopet, modern dentistry. HI bringing the pijtMic to higher and book published In 1728 established a tenting this changed attitude among the first chair In which wat developed higher appreciation of dcntUtry Kn new dental art in the world, an art modern dentlts with sympathetic the hydraulic pump. The first one 1892, 10, ihort, holding forth a beacon light which was drstlncd to develop Into understanding. The great mats of wa ihfpped December to guide the profrttion to Itt belt one of the most brilliant and helpful the reading public, particularly, are Three of these choirs one upholster standard where it may have the love sciences. It wa also Fauchard who awakened and averse to continuing ed In a handsome brocade finished in trimmings; and reaped of both follower and suggested porcelain a an Improve their former role of walking poison ebony with ment over bone and Ivory In the factories culture tube for flourish another In white enamel with decor benefactor. (lowers, cm manufacture of artificial teeth. Pre Ing colonic of pus germ which work ntlons of Profession's Dawn Obscure. viously, through the centuries, artl their way through the blood stream broldered In silk brocade and having Today, America ha the leadenhlp to attack heart, kidney, liver or other silver trimmings; the third of stan In dentlttry. It equipment it the ficial teeth had been made from human teeth, the tusk of the ele vital organs. Kven little children, dard finish for demonstration pur mot tuperb; It technique it In the more progressive schools, know poses were exhibited at and won the And the ttory of the de- phant and the hippopotamus or other the slgniflsnce of the toothbrush highest award at tho World's Colum brought thl com- bone or Ivory. velopment which blan Exhibition. of transplanting drill. The 'operation manding potitlon In the dental world In the fall of 1893, also at this ex The world has accepted a new well be featured with the his- teeth Is usually attributed to John may dictionary, position the company introduced an who practiced It word In the Anglo-SnxoHunter, 1728-170tory of Hitter, It originally meant Improved model which aroused the extensively and gave to it additional "Fletchcrizlng." When dentlttry wat born a puny prominence by transplanting a hu the chewing of food forty times, entire dcntnl world. It embodied Infant In the family of cultural artt man tooth to the comb of a cock. Now it means through mastication, entirely new features which rcvolu May. will probably never be known. Industry and Horace Fletcher, a member of the tionized the dental-chai- r This operation, however, Is alluded hapt, Kve had the toothache a one American Association for the Ad from this time the success of the to by Ambrose Pare, 1009-- 1 GOO. of the penaltiet of eating the forWhile the French made much pro vancemcnt of Science, was at the Itittcr Dental Manufacturing Com bidden apple and, mayhap, Adam gret In dentistry in the eighteenth age of CO, because of indigestion, pany at originators and manufac whittled from the ivory of a mam- century, He went to a turers of dental chairs was assured it was tho next century given up to die. moth or a teak ttlck a filling for a which witnessed the dawn of dental dentist and was advised to have hit and Its product became the standard decayed tooth. It might be that the science In Great Hritain. It has been teeth regulated so that he might of the world. rxrreisc the cave man gave hit teeth well established During the internal of several that until the latter properly masticate his food and ob on raw, red meat kept them in part of the eighteenth century ex tain 100 per cent digestion. Horace years when chain of the earlier healthy condition and that no incentraction wa. only operation for the Fletcher wat treated and he regain models were being perfected, It was tive km offered man for Initiating cure necessary to meet heavy cxpenset in Temporary re ed hi health. of toothache. dental art until civilization came A about volvcd in experimenting and endeav manufacturer nef from toothache was obtained by creeping In to deteriorate physical the ancient by many strange reme 05 years of age came limping on two oring to bring the manufacturing of power at it raited or awakened In dies. Pat For Instance, the Chinese in canes into one of the beautiful ex dental chair to a firm basis. telligence, offices of the Hitter tern after pattern wat discarded and the peak days of their glorious civil! hiblt dental Out of the potpourri of carved zation had this peculiar, if not ap Company In a certain city a few- - new ones made and manufacturing on ancient petizing one : helrglyphict, writing years ago. He occupied a suite of difficulties which most men would papyri and other chronicle given up rooms in the ssme building, it seem have considered one by one. A Delectable Remedy. by tombs, pyramldt, buried cltlet, ed. After looking over the exhibit, Wide Variety of Products. "One roast a bit of garlic, crushes crumbling cattle and ruin of old he remarked that he had paid out Many thousands of the New Col. It between the teeth, and afterwards civilizations hat been deciphered thousands of dollars to doctors but enough to prove that teeth have been mixes it with chopped horseradish had never spent n dollar for dentis umbla chairs were manufactured, Their workmanship was so excellent seeds, reducing the whole to a paste everal decaying and aching for try. The branch manager, after a thousand year and that long before with human milk; one then forms it alight glimpse of hit teeth, believed that many of these chairs arc ttill the Christian era a crude, torturing into pills; these are to be Introduced hit last assertion and advised him to giving at good tcrvlce at when pur chased and many dentists refuse to Into the nose on the side to that practiced. dentlttry w go to a good dentist and have a thor substitute a more modern chair. where the pain is situated." Known To Ancient Man. ough examination. Continual improvements were made The pioneers of America had to Some year ago the world wa depend on the crudest of dentistry Dentist Helps Physician. by the Hitter company and finally startled with the claim that Egyptian for It was not until Woolfcndale This advice was taken anD it was camo the model which it now known mummle were found whose teeth came from England In 17C0 that this a most amazed and rather angry man as the Hitter chair and is a combina contained gold filling. Investigation country had a professional practition who came back a few day later. He tlon of all of the good point of pre proved that these fillings were limply er. Woolfcndale was followed by tald the dentist had the nerve, after ceding models with none of .their leaf gold placed on the teeth to orna Jodah Flagg, who wa the first den looking hit mouth over and prcscrib objectionable features. This chair ment the deceased for burial. tist native to the United State. ing the necessary work for proper is most reflective of the sturdincss The first reference to dental oper John Greenwood was the first Ameri reconstruction of his teeth, to tell of character and perscrvcraflcc of ation occur in the writing of Hero- - can to tinker with artificial teeth and him a certain price. The man purpose of a great pioneer in the dotut and Hippocrates in the fifth his tinkering wat so good that he thought such an estimate an outrage. manufacture of dental equipment. century, B. C. There are, however, wst called upon to make one of the The Hitter branch manager remindShortly after the Inception of his strong evidence that, at an even first sett of artificial teeth for George ed him of the thousands he had paid new business, Mr. Hitter built- - and early date, Egyptian and Hindus at Washington. out to physicians and finally persu occupied another factory which now tempted to replace lott teeth by atin aded the manufacturer to have the forms a part of tho plant of the Dentlttry made rapid stride taching wood or ivory tubititute America following the advent of necessary dental work done. Bausch & Lomb Optical Company. to adjacent tound teeth by mean of these pioneers and 1820 found about A letter received by the branch Manufacturing facilities of the comgut, ligature of one hundred dentists in actual prac manager n few week later from the pany wcro continuously outgrown threads gold and silver or sea grass. tlce in this country. Until dental man's wife stated that her husband and in 1008 the splendid new fac given to medical science became firmly established as had discarded hi canes a few days tor)' was erected in West avenue. The Impetus When electricity came into prac study In tho Grecian schools by fol on Important part of the healing art following the completion of his denlower of Aesculapius and, especial In the ninteenth century, dental in tal work and was rapidly recovering tical ute, dentist began experiment ly, Hippocrates between 500 and strument and equipment were weld- his health, "feeling better than he ing with it for their vork. Fore 400 II. C. developed among tho prac ed together and manufactured chiefly had in year." "Modern" dentistry seeing its possibllties, the Hitter com tltloners of medicine and surgery by blacksmiths, locksmith, and jewe- had accomplished in a few weeks pany perfected a dental engine and considerable knowledge of dentistry. ler. Thoso who suffered from the what (killed physicians had been un- dental latho of the highest type. It was the first to make equipment for but it was a dentistry so painful and pangs of toothache had the choice able to do In year. Similar cases of recovery of health dental use of the alternating curInadequate that one shudders as ho of going cither to their blacksmith thinks of the suffering which the or their barber to have the trouble- following dental treatment are oc- - rent and its apparatus jumped into victim it wa practiced on must some teeth extracted. This old curing by the thousands yearly, and instant popularity, gaining a world panacea of extraction for olLtooth today the physicians are having their supremacy then which bat been held have had. ill explain why the mouth of tho patients go to reliable dentists for continuously since. The Hitter manu Progressed Wllh World. and dental service at one of facturer now comprise complete Inlaying older citizens arc so commonly ornaOne Is wont to consider the first steps In diagnosis and treat- switching board or dental unit sysa new dental art ,yet ruins give up mented with false teeth. ment. The dentist has come into his tem and their equipment, dental enRecent Progress Remarkable, things which mock at this belief. Inown. His fees are now reckoned by gines, labratory lathes, air compresshuContrast those older dental officer lays of green jade are found in hundreds of thousands of progres ors, heaters, cauteriiers, man teeth uncovered by explorer of of a thousand tortures with the sive families as regular and legimatc hot-ai- r syringes, antrum lamps, root bright, splendidly-equippe- d rooms in tho remnant of ancient civilization Items in their living budget and not canal dryers and a new and improvin Copan, Honduras and the Yuca- which skilled dental builder adminmachine. In all, ister today almost painless dentistry. as incidental to tho unfortunate ac- ed type of tan. cident of needing temporary dental there are more than seventy uses for Some comprehension of tho growth The filling of dental cavltlc Is the various device it turns out. attention to relievo toothache. on art whoso roots spread of the profession may be had' when Began With Eiperlment Marks Way For Science. beit is realized that the last census far back Into antiquity. It is There Is no civilized country which What a mighty part the Hitter lieved that It first forms were the showed about forty thousand practifitting In of wooden and ivory part tioners In this country alone. Hack Company has played In the remark is not using Hitter apparatus. The cut to fit the hole. Cclsus in 100, of these dentist stand the manufac- able advancement of the dental pro most of Its product goes to dentists, I). C, advised filling hollow and frail turers of their supplies and equip fession may be appreciated when one but chiropodists and surgeons are alteeth with lead before extraction so ment. There is no profession whose learns of it history, engineering ac so buyers and users of its ware. that they would not break under the equipment, whose tools, whoie ma complishment and educational pro Ritter equipment hu encouraged and often Induced Improvement in denforceps. He also recommended the terial, whote sanitation, whote care gram. filing off of sharp edges caused by and precision and whose workman-hi- p It wa in 1873 that Frank Ritter tlttry. The company has been makevolving equipment must be mora perfect to obtain came to Rochester and founded the ing perfect decay so that the tongue would not good result. Dental colleges have business, which was destined to be method which might be said to be be injured by them. Stowly but surely continued dental become foremost educational inaUtu- - tht world's foremost manufacturer the backbone in the practice of y modem dentistry. progress. Galen, about 131 A. D., lions. Dental clinics and dental of th best dental chain. eye-teetgold-plated hand-painted n well-to-do ,sllk-worhot-wat- er y research work are being conducted machines and complete unit equipBut tremendous as has been the on extensive scales throughout the ment which brings to one location physical contributions of the Hitter country. within easy reach of the operator company to dentistry, tho real big The twelth century has brought a nil of the elcctorical, compressed-air- , story of Hitter is not what It is makgreat renaissance In dentistry. Re- water and ga appliance used by the ing but what It Is doing toward assearch has provetl that general health dentist In ordinary operations. He sisting dentists to grnsp the opporIt dependent to a large degree upon began In a factor)- - on the river flat tunities of their profettlon and detooth health, that the mouth Is one below tho IMatt street bridge the velop them to the greatest public a of the three points at which systemic manufacture of very high grade par- well a personal good. disease has its Inception. The oth- lor furniture. photoThe development of The possibilities in the manufac- graphic work jiat brought dentistry er two are the tonsils and the natal ture of dcntnl chair came to him to a position of supreme Importance cavity. Heart and kidney lesions, neural- when he made a turgieal operating hat recognized physchology and givgias, rheumatism, headaches, "a chair for a local firm, tho planning en it an important role In his pracwhole body full of neuroses, deaf- and construction of thl chair being tice. Ho has found that little adness, blindness, gastrltit and scores largely In the nature of an experi- justments In surroundings create a of other physical as well as mental ment. In 1887, assisted by the J. happier and more toothing atmosafflictions of humans have been S. Graham Woodworking Company, phere. found frequently to have their origin this experimental work wat carried The closer scheme of a dental In abcessed or pyorrhea! teeth. The a little further and fifty of this office form an important considerworld hat learned that general health original chair were manufactured. ation for a dentist who experience and tooth health are so closely bound In 1888, the original model wat Im- has proved It of most 'Important conup that not even the wisest patho proved by the addition of a ratting sideration for a dentist who wishes logist can say where one leaves off and towering device tlmllar to that to make n success. A typo of color and the other begins. And so dentis- used on piano stool. scheme which will appeal to a certry hat become a science a very tain class of people will be abhorrent Product Becomes Standard exact science. It has become highly This The manufacture of the chair em- to another class of patrons. specialized, taking it place in point ploying thi crude method of raising psychology of office, arrangement, of importance with the surgery of and lowering wa shortly discon- decoration and equipment Is continuany other part of the body. tinued and succeeded by the cele- ally being Impressed upon the denIn World Appreciates lis Teeth brated Columbia, or the chair known tists by the Ritter company. X-r- measurement or quality, Is detected under the right tests and Inspections and corrected. In no industry of Rochester and Rochester I renowned throughout the world for being the home of quality manufacture- -Is moro care taken to see that the finished product Is perfect. Where Industry Meets Science. The Ritter company makes an exThe comcellent pressor pumps, which draw In the air through serening cotton chambers, arc operated for eight hours after final assembly to grind in the piston rings and bearings so they work perfectly. The compressor is equipped with an cnamcled.metal or a prefer Many dentist glass hood. the latter as It makes the compressor an attractive piece of equipment for the office. Tho compressor Is controlled by an automatic switch which never let the' pressure in the pounds. tank go below forty-fiv- e syringe in the unit Tho little hot-ai- r system Is alone made up of sixty different parts. The air is heated as It comes from the compressor by pasting over hot electric plates. The Ritter dental chair is a superb general, this company urges dentists product whose every part is beautito strive for softened tones In office fully finished. Roomy, comfortable decorations and procedure in practice for both patient and operator, easily which will most alleviate the wrought adapted to various positions, it is the among the sciences. It has provld leader in its field. Its arms may be ed n means of ascertaining the eon dropped entirely or to any desired dition of roots of teeth and bared hid- position, even to form a seat for the den abscesses which were poisoning operator. The operator may even human systems and giving birth to adjust the back and arms so that a all manners of tubercular, rheumatic, small child fit snugly into it It can heart, tkin, stomach and other ills. be raised, tilted and otherwise adThere have been so many thousands justed in all Its parts without the of miraculous cures performed bv least exertion by the operator. More tlS the dentist that one would think than thirteen hundred carefully exeentire world would bo thoroughly cuted operations, Including the uparoused to tho dangers of neglect of holstering, are required to manufacteeth. ture this magnificent dental chair. Allay Old Forebodings. chair is tested in a Each finished Hut probably less Is known of the sound-proroom to see that it can benefits of dentistry than any other be operated with no noise. science. Lets than 25 per cent of The Hitter Company manufacture! the people of this country have ever a dental unit for the taking had any dental attention, though ev of radiograph! of the teeth. It is ery person should have a thorough sturdy, compact, easily operated and dental examination at least twice safe for both operator and patient. each year. If the people of America It is the result of years of atudy by gave their teeth the care they need, the engineer of the company of the the 40,000 dentists now practicing progrcts of radiography with the idea would be utterly unable to handle of ultimately being able to offer the the calls for dental service. dental profession an y unit which Hand In hand with the tremendous would be as perfect as scientific reimprovement in dental technique has search and electrical and mechanical More gone a transformation In dental excellence could make it. t offices. N'o longer are they gloomy than twelve hundred operations are chambers which accentuate forebod required at the plant in the proing of suffering and excite tense or duction of one of these units. A frayed nerves. The dentist of today little primary transformer is part of has recognized physchology and given the unlt.enabllng the operator to city current when It enters it an Important role in his practice. step-u- p He has found that little adjustments the machines with less current than thousand volts in surroundings create a happier and 110 volts. Forty-fiv- e by this machine. are used in more soothing atmosphere. The color scheme of a dental of An automatic time switch shuts off fice form an important consideration the X.raying at the end of the interfor a dentist who experience has val desired. Clinic For Research Work. proved it of most important consider ation for n dentist who wishes to The company has established a A type of color dental clinic which will do extensive make a success. scheme which will appeal to a cer research work as well as demonstrate tain class of people will be abhorrent to prospective purchasers of Ritter to another class of patrons. This equipment the best methods of denpsychology of office location, ar- tistry. The company maintains rangement, decoration and equip- branch offices and display rooms in ment is continually being impressed New York City, Philadelphia, Chicaupon the dentists by tho Ritter com- - go, Boston, Detroit, San Francisco pony. In general, this company und Kansas City. The sales engiurges dentists to strive for softened neers at these offices look after the tones in office decorations and pro- Hitter equipment used in their recedure In practice which will most spective districts in addition to takalleviate the wrought-u- p nerves ing charge of installations and doing which arc usually with patience when general and educational they enter dental rooms, work in the profession. It may be up nerves which are usually with truly said now that the Ritter ser patients when they enter dental vice organizations cover this counrooms. try and foreign fields are also being capably cared for. Intricate, Yet Simple. The employees of the Ritter plant So proper surroundings as well at tho best of modern tools and equip- are highly skilled artisans and seem ment have become essential to the to the visitor to constitute a most happy Industrial family. They are dentist who wishes to meet success. "I don't dread going to a dentist very proud of their product. Yhe company Is Jutt completing a new like I used to," Is confided frequentplant hospital which will bo one of ly these days. Patients are no braver than those the best of its kind in tho city. Plant Which Few Equal. of yesteryear; they have less ically no pain to endure in From the manufacture of dental dental treatment; the dental offices chairs thirty years ago in a few, are much moro attractive and sooth small, rented rooms, the business of ing; harsh, disagrucablu noises are the Hitter Dental Manufacturing now absent. Dental engines run Company has grown until today it smoothly. Tools and equipment occupies a most modern factory generally are in tho best condition which covers mora than eight acres and the dentist uses them with a of ground, employs normally about sympathlc fitness. It is a new dental 800 persons and produces large science which cap?t for the patient quantities' of various kinds of equipand its tests of courage aro extreme ment for dental offices throughout ly light ones. the world. A visit to the remarkable plant of Largely through the efforts of this the Hitter company In West avenue company, the twentieth century den it a revelation to the layman. He tist is literally selling health. The may have spent hours in a dental day Is rapidly approaching when an chair having all manner of work awakened public will take the full done on his teeth but he has never benefits offered by a really wonder realized how wonderfully intricate, ful dental science. It would seem yet very simple, Is the equipment that the greatest development of the uted by a modern dentist. Ho is Ritter company lies ttill before it in amazed at the great care exercised continued leadership of Its field and at this factory in fashioning and that the world will owe a larger and finishing the hundreds of parts that larger debt to this famed Rochester go to make up the dental unit sys- Industry. Contributed by DR. M. S. HATFIELD. tem. A minute flaw in any part, In (Adv.) X-rs, pain-pract- The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday Feb 23, 1922 must eat three meals n day, or Bohon nnturc will object. nbnut 45 Mr. Davis T. Bohon, nicy must wear the usun years old ,dled of pneumonia nt his amount of clothing, or the pub home In Ilarrodsburg Monday morning nt 4 o'clock. Mr. Bohon was lie will object. i ney must pay tneir own the head of the I). T. Bohon Combills promptly, or their credi pany, one of the largest business concerns In this part of the country tors will object. having a trade that reached into To do these things requires many states. Mr. Bohon carried on money, but so long as good but n big mail order business, selling thoughtless citizens forget to buggies, farming implements, These are the months when you have more or and other articles In all parts pay the editor what they owe less time to kill. Later you will be too busy to think of the country, and made a great him it is difficult to undcrstnnt success. Ills death came as a great GOOD ROASTS of anythinjr but crops. GOOD STEAKS how he can be expected to shock to his many friends. Nov is an ideal time to look into the merits of GOOD BOILS meet his own obligations. GOOD CHOPS the various contrivances for producing larger yields Hawkins Some people excellent citi at less expense. GOOD STEWS James T. Hawkins, of Danville zens, too feel just n little of WE INVITE YOU to spend an hour or two with died very suddenly last Monday fended when wo send them a us the next time you are in town. We want to show He had been THESE ARE ALL GOOD you in black and white just what others have done subscription bill. They seem morning. Danville Laundryassociated with the for sixwith the wonderful new farm implements and mato think that we question their teen years and died Just as he enThe very host tender and juicy so very kooiI chinery we will be featuring this season. intention to pay, which is not tered the olTlce to start his duties for the dny. His death was n shock you enjoy every bite. Experts say that there arc better days ahead for the case at all. the farmers. We feel it we believe it. Talk it We, however, cannot afford to his family and friends. He was years of age and was n over with us and get in on the ground lloor. We'll to feel peeved when we get a nntive of Burgin, but had been a resi be glad to sec you as often as you come. Come any bill for something we owe. dent of Danville for many years. day. We simply scrape around and He was a devoted member of the .Methodist church. He is survived pay up. FRESH FISH AND OYSTERS by his wife anil nine children, eight The day of "throwing out daughters and one son. He was a hints" and of begging sulnerib brother-in-laof Mrs. Isaac Hnmilers to "come in and pay up" ton, of this city. Burial took place "Live and Let Live Folks." in the Danville cemetery yesterday. has passed. of Garrard county, and in their loss prog Clout Moui to Brtaths. A simple statement of fact they have much sympathy Mr EH DC a fr c mmt breath with It mouth IE Browning is all that is required for peoAnderson was a sturdy farmer, an epn, lt t..vatMnc npparntu Miie so ple who are as good as gold for K. C. Browning, CS, one of the honorable mon nnd a good citisen. rrrswrH as ! eirlthl lr at nil time best known and most substantial He will be missed by his neighbor "T1 nostrils alone are " The farmer has already been what they owe us. farmers of Boyle county, died at his ami many friends. The Centra Record Ker over 20 This is a statement of fact. home two and n half miles from hit so hard he thinks another years he had been n member ef the $1.50 a Year. Itiu.d Weekly. Ml Adjectlvt. Tsnflltd Danville on the Stanford pike of Baptist church and having lived a whack would be too great an political Payable In Adeanca, the rinw of indigestion, Mr. had It Makes Red Blood acute ill only twenty-fou- r Browning and righteous life, death held no fear At Ins the irtSwra swtatrban the cus-honor for him to even consider, hours been E. ROBINSON. Editor. J. for him. The burial occurred in tw lMMrx were Mnc elr- tha Transportation companies Does your boy like to play his death came as a great shock to tancastcr Cemetery at e clock SL. L .ELKIN, Local Editor anJ Mgr. fff tit? speaker oleetrlfleil rK, wkm a cannot sec it at all, while auto ball? Is your girl fond of bas his relatives and friends. rt.srnt nfterneen, after brief serviees the cMttHWiae by klns th fntered at the Poit Office in He was born and reared near at the grave by Itev. A. C. llaint. tH iwewcil "a hartr w of thanks to mobile owners claim they have Do they find pleass Mail Ky., ai In r. X for tlx sble manner been taxed for everything ex ure in the numerous sports to Winchester, in Clark county, and Interior Jeumnl. Matter. which he b came to Boyle about eighteen years dUrbars! the erroneous cept the bonus, and that this which children incline? ugo. Deceased is survived by his Tanlac relieves rheumatism by dothx of rhalr iatt of thU meeting." latest distinction belongs to Fenian Advtni.iaa Rwii Let them go to it, and stay wife and two sons, Charles Brown- removing the cause. THE AMERICAN PRESS ASSOCIATION somebody else. From Comman Derivative. SturmeV Drug SUr. with it, and get the full benefit ing, of Chicago, and u ford Brown- (It.) WI.en Ue w m ftvm the vlctlanco The laboring man objects to of it. Every hour of healthy ing, of Danville. Two sisters. Missat rliaiM.,.. If w.Ul tJi fitly iiriir Lancaster, Ky., February 23, 1922 being the goat, while the gild- sport aids in the development es Lucy and Kdna Browning, of Crest Fst of tulaoclno. ,, f,lr HalM, ,,,, neon also survive. A certain mflTr In the Sth. l tUv ed gentleman of leisure has an ot mind and body, and pre Winchester, services were conducted periH.1 er. Funeral e,e In a en fc A f omro n , , one. Rate For Political Announcement. inherent aversion to anything pares them for surmounting by Dr. M. A. Hart at the Chrism sunrrylnc " rk t , fr fmr. ,,lwW -my emloaror" ho said. For Precinct and City Offlce.-5.0- 0 It has .,, would interfere with the the obstacles of life. that . lt. . kl, ,u . tian church Tuesday afternoon at ' ekHH rnetltwle. "t with an air of 10.00 pleasures of life. For County Office . . , ,..,, It would be profitable if a 2.30 o'clock, interment following in nttnttnUter Jttstlrv ulthnat twr-r- In I prectla. i. For State and District Office. .16.00 off ewe' let rappa ) chw make The ordinary consumer has general playground could be Bcllevue cemetery. to partiality on the tine iMml r i .10 I For Calls, per line deI" man easx- - ai one' en the Wher." WsruMr rived .. .10 been squeezed already until he arranged in this town, equip "etmio-i- . ' a shrine in For Cards, per line ... Carpenter Tales. which was irfowrtHtl the eau if 8t. could crawl through a clothes ped with the various means of For all publications in the interMartin. expresMr. Jennie Carpenter, who died at est of individuals or wringer without touching the Chlntis Vlllagt ot 100,000. exercise and enjoyment that the home of her daughter, Mrs. Alsion of individual views, per rollers, and he can't sec how are found in such places. Th Atf, WttK len Burriss, in New York, had many nt The distribution f th .SMpwtatlonJM 10 line . i. . .i Thu (H Wirt als writ tea wleti. Is he could cough up something warm and personal friends here who plate. .05 Healthy sport makes red Obituaries, per line . ... rt. le, A liutMin! thnimf prpln a fnrta if the he doesn't possess. mrwsv tH MM a litr Ijitln blooded men and women of our will be grieved to learn of her de- may he gathered ( tlnf within what mise. She was a prominent member mlcht rlflitly Ik- riicarihl a Sfwrd. vlrva. Then the secretary of the Rnllh Everybody Has A Kick treasury is opposed to the bon- children. Caging them up too of the Christian church and had done limits, hut on th map thrlr rity city word, tllhisjo. aixi thr aWni part f a It la Mil often produces weaklings and much leadership In the C .W. B. M. be Inilleatcl a a men tHIas that U at. aitltSNjfti aaa; of the Would you like a barrel of us entirely, but that is probably sissies. m kmavr It at Jtoewtrer, 4aei thai of that denomination. Funeral ser- n4 worth ttmoiiferine mi I bat tnlat it mar Ih said fun, and at the same time learn because he is not a enndidnte vices were held at Hustonvtlle last thoy will not havr i4nMrh.s n tncie feature of city rMtiistlUlli:r not clllj- to Ittillolr a l'ltv hut a something of the inconsistency for office or has acquired a George L. Tessey, n Saturday afternoon. - rnthvr of lOO.lMi InhflhllHliK lttl- well, "t a it.unl, i al or tiran dignified grouch. of human nature? She was the wodlw of Will Fryc to TliiMlIre Imii '!. IlutTalo mechanic, said he had gained ,U( In ral ilUlrlrt Thr i rnrm of thu The circus is free. Every way you turn it's a twelve pounds; his wife had gained Carpenter and is survived by two China. Kleanxr Krnnki'n Kcali 1st the sBlx are Mluatralmt In tun IWrmti-All you have to do is to! royal sidestep, with everybody twenty-sipounds and his daughter laughters, Mrs. Burris, Mrs. Sam Satunliy Kteiilng l'i.i it Creenwleli. gaining every day, by taking Lusk, of Florida, and Mr. King Carwas watch the antics of the various stepping in perfect unison. Stermes Drug Store. penter, who made his home with his "interests" as congress wrestles Somebody has to pay the Tanlac. mother. She was a daughter of the with the problem of providing bill, but nobody wnnts to be (It.) late Hev. S. H. King, and two sisters a brother the funds necessary for the somebody. Baptist Church News nndthe loss of a are left to feel keen- devoted sister. They financing of the proposed solAnd still, the possibilities are Mrs.James II. Swopc, of Dandier bonus. have not been entirely exhaustThe Sunday School auto race is ville, and Mrs. II. A. Pleasants, of Everybody has n kick, and ed. fairly launched with the young men's Groom, Texas, and Mr. King, who the burden of his wail is "soak We might tax the new class well in the lead. They are resides in Louisville. so the other fellow." babies, because they are not making the run in an Overland,prokeep your eye on the winner The poor man thinks the yet born and can't register a viding Withers .they have no punctures or rich man should bear the bur- kick in time. of widow Mrs. Annie Withers, other setbacks. Kvery absent scholar Or we might let the soldier or teacher causes his class to Io at Lewis Withers, died at the home of den, while the rich man is not averse to having the poor devil pay his own bonus. least ten points. Moral He present her brother, ltobert House, in Boyle, evory Sunday on time, with a Bible, and was burled in IlutTalo Cemetery' hit often and hard. an offering, n studied leon, and a at 11 o'clock Monday morning. Her The manufacturer is oppos- The Things Some mind to learn. Attendance at the death was due to complication of ed to having the burden sad troubles. She is survived by is also People Forget churcha services grade. required to sons, Messrs. Howard, Clyde three dled onto him, and the retailer and perfect make can't see where he should pay.j The editor and his family There will be n CotUge prayer Louts Withers, and thu following bro- An Invitation SOMETHING Farmers! phono-grap- Good to Eat sixty-seve- n CURREY & 0ULLEY CONN BROS. r1Fl F1F -' ov-al- NC 1 Sat-unla- y Lan-cnite- r, ket-bal- l? Second-Clas- 11 ik In-e- ,..,,,. t,,r i .h,j. im-- AMttf-ttaio- a - SMMMt Iv- -sr - - well-know- n r- iHtH-ctl- lt mm x plnro-nat- Laval Separator De 1 American FIELD FEN6E Itecognizcd as the BEST and prices are much lower. We are prepared to take care of your requirements. OLIVER CHILLED SYRACUSE HILL-SID- PLOWS PLOWS E GENUINE POINTS FOR BOTH Come to us for everything in the HARDWARE LINE you will find our prices lower than others. meeting held this Friday evening at the home of Mrs. Bogie on Richmond street, nt 7:30. Similar meetings will be held each Friday evening in various parts of the town. Announcement will be made from week to week. "The Seven Judgments" Is Uie subject for study nt the Wednesday night prayer service. We Invite you to come with your Bible. The subject for the sermon next Sunday morning will be "Salvation Sure and Steadfast," Isaiah 32:17. Song services and Gaspel message In the evening at 7 UiO. The B. Y. 1 U. services begins at 0 o'clock. There will be no reception service for new members the first Sunday In March. We earnestly invite nil Baptists living in this community to place their letters with us at that time, or to come on confession of faith and baptism at any service of the church. The church extends a cordial welcome to all to attend our services. "This Tanlac is really the first that medicine I have ever taken does what they say it will do," said J. F. Holly, Lexington, Ky. Stormes Drug Store. (It.) The fellow who is fond of hearing his own voice can seldom understand why other people are so deaf. thers and sisters: Mr. Taylor House, of Cmb Orchard, James and ltobert House, of Boyle, and Mrs. Hnttie House Brown, also of Boyle. Mrs. Withers lived here until the death of her husband n number of years ago and she had many friends here who sorrow at her departure. Sho was a daughter of the late Thomas House, was a devout member of the church and an excellent woman in every way. Kev. J. C. Mc Clary made appropriate remarks at the grave nnd all UmU was murtnl of the good mother and devoted sister was laid away to await the roturrectlon morn. Interior Journal. MORE CREAM LESS TIME LESS WOKK MORE MONEY A De Laval Cream Separator will pay for itself in a short time and will last a lifetime. We have every model and style in stock, Come in. Anderson At an early hour Friday morning the spirit of Josiah Anderson returned to the Hod Who gave it. Some two weeks ago he was tnken ill with flu, which went into double pneumonbeen u very ia and since he hail sick man. Kvery attention possible was given him by his relatives and Mr. and Mrs. Will Watts, who live in the Anderson home, but without avalL Mr. Anderson, who was a son of Arch Anderson, who preceded him to the grave some IS yean, was 58 years old and hod never married. He leaves a brother, Mr. 1). M. Anderson, of the I'reachcrsville section, and one sister, Mrs. David Stephens, SPECIAL! SPECIAL! A CREAM SEPARATOR THAT WILL CARRY FIVE COWS $35.00. COME IN AND SEE. fioodloe & Walker Bros HASELDEN BROS. The Central Record. Lancaster rw., Thursday, Feb 23 1922 Well, it' In the Central Record Building ENGLE'S STORE.. .I'm here to tny by filling your wants at Reasonable Price. J Mr. John K. Storme prnt n few ilayn In Louisville this week. Buy your Tobacco Canvas from us PURE CANE SUGAR, BARRINGTON GOOD. ! HALL COFFEE. EVERYTHING C. IS. 333sTGr-X-- Mr. and Mrs. Hradley Ilourne entertained the evening Hrldge club Tuesday evening at their home near $19,301,657 Vcrsulles in honor of Miss Mnrilee Lear, of this city, who Is teaching In Versailles this winter. Prizes were won by Miss Lear, Miss Wilson and Relief Mr. Edwnrds, of Versailles. After the games, a luneheon course was Service served, the Valentine motif being carried out W the decorations and MILLIONS FOR VETERAN AID About twenty-liv- e guests mints. Mrdical Aid For European Children were present. Will Cost $0,000,000 This Year RED CROSS GIVES ANNUAL BUDGET SPRING HATS We nre proving, every tiny, our first clnim to distinction in HATS AT LOW PRICES. We'll tnke your own judgment on the supremo style nnd vnluc of today. We nre showing in nil the new Hhades FAILLE SILKS, GROS DE LANDRE, WITH VISTA AND TAGAL COMBINATIONS. CREPE-DE-CHIN- E j Allotted For Current Program And Of FRANCIS-SMIT34 Killed From Giant Dirigible Roma H Jennie Warren J. II. Pnxton, Ml Isen, of llrynnttvltle, and Miss Hell Denny, of Stanford, Tuesday. Mr. and .Mrs. Fleece Kebinson, of and Mrs. Simpson .Miss .Sue Shelby Mnseu has been Danville, Dr. Elkln, of Atlanta, Mr. Alex Denny, a recent visitor In Cincinnati. snd Comln A Bfll Mir.lUn of th of Richmond, Hon. James Denny, of Ooinji by Those Ws An Inlmittd In. Mrs. K. Proscott Hrown nml little Lexington, Mrs. Margaret Poarson son nre visiting relatives In Stan-for- ami sons, of IlHrrodsburg attended the funeral of Mr. A. It. Denny SatMrs. Dave Thoinnt li visiting relaMiss llessle Schooler Is the guost of urday. tive in Lexington. her aunt. Miss Carrie Snndors In r, Capt. William Hrrniion of Mr. James I.. West, of Richmond, Richmond. who boons at the Kengarlan has been a recent visitor In LancasMr. Cabell Denny vMtml his sister, hotel, we are sorry to report, is conter. Mrs. Mattle Denny Duncan, In Louis fined to his room with an attack of rheumatism. The captain Is a great Mrs. Sam HnwtWon Ami Mrs. E. vllle Wednesday. favorite with the traveling men ami vWtors II. llourland have been and Miss Mil-lr- nil wish for him n speedy recoveryMrs. C. II. Simp In Danville. Heatley, were visit r in I.ctxtng-to- n C. II .Parney with Liggett & Mrs. Kathcrlne Harris Mhldlrton, IshI Saturday. Myers Tobacco Co., St. Louis, was of Danville, ho ben visiting reLv of Lancaster all last Mis ltetle Denny, who has been working oat tives In I.ancnster. week and doing a big business. lie respending a few weeks tare, has headed in home Friday night in orMr. ami Mrs. Napo 1. Price were turn ml to her heme in Stanford. der to he nt the Wig roundup yesterP. Grant visitors of Dr. and Mrs. S. Mr. Robert T. Kmbry, of Lexing- day nml he was there with bota feet in Danville recently. ton, spent Tuesday nigfct ami Wed- way out. Dr. ami Mrs. W. Simpson Klkin, nesday with Mr. ami Mr. W. S. Mrs. Sallie Rom Lawson entertainavenue, of Atlanta, Gn., are guests of Mr. irmbry, en Maple ed Sunday with a dinner party at John Duncan ami Miss Jennie Dun. Mrs. Charlie Hallow, wke the her home on Danville avenue in honcan. misfertunu to fall down a stairway or of the birthdays of Mr. James Miss Misses Alberta Amiorsn ami BHza-bet- h Inst week ami was injured severely, Nevms, Mr. (ieorge Lawson ami Is recovering much to the gratiften-tle- n Helen Gulley. The guests were seat Anderson were visitor sf their ed nt a beautifully decorated table, if hr friomis. aunt, Miss Dove Harris, in Danville the center piece of which was an arTuesday. Mr. Victor Sanders ,wht underrangement of pink hyacinths, surJudge J. I'. Prnthor returned Tuos-la- y went an operation for appendicitis nt rounded with silver candlesticks holdl, the Danville ami Doyle County from Luxtagten, where he h ing pink candles. A delicious three is sufficiently recovered to be been visiting Ms daugMor, Mrs. J. course menu was served. Each Danville Messenger. guest was given a moved homo M. Stapp. souvenir of the were The other guost Mrs. II. P .Swope entertained with occasion. many frlond of Mrs. Alex The masquerade party, the young folks Mis Mary Owsley, Miss Hugcnia tayton are clad to know she bat n Dunlap and Mr. Samuel Elliott. about recovered from a month's scrl-ou- s of the .Methodist church at her heme Saturday evening. It was a delightIllness. Miss Mnyme Lee llallard was hosful and enjoyable alfair and many tess at a delightful course dinner Mr. Woods Walker ha. returned accepted her hospitality. Sunday at the home of her brother, to his home at Paint Uck, after The tabic Mr. J. Kognn llallard. c, Miss Mary Edna Arnold, of spending several weeks In Mississippi, the guest of her aunt, Mrs. appointments were in pink and white. attending the fax hunts and visiting II. P. Swope from Saturday until The color scheme being effectively friends. Monday. Miss Arnold W one of the carried out in the ices, cokes, and Misses Mary Owsley, Transylvania contestants for the automobile to be mints. The decoration was an at University, ami Miss Martha Ward given away by the Danville Messen tractive French basket of pink roses Sweeney, Hamilton College, spent ger, nml has many friends In Gar- - ami narcissus. The place cards were In pink ro.es, while the folks in rard who would like to sec her come , with home the week-enLancaster. favors were pink rose buds. Covers out a winner. I were laid for Mr. and .Mrs. J. ilogan Mr. Ligc Ford and Miss Elizabeth John 0ll Klnnalrd entertain- - Mallard. Miss Marguerite Woolfolk, were In LoaiHgton Sunday vUh an ,ftcrBOm ten Friday at of Lexington, Messrs. A. L. Fred see their brother, Mr. Hasoem Ford,t hnr home on the Lexington road, erick, W. A. Cameron, of Erie, Pa., critloally HI at the The .(rations carried out the who continue and Lexington and Miss llallard. ' there. rimUm!. ija. r,l LMII, ,. ...... ... .' natlm- - color. The table was liuhted The passing of the cighty-clgh- t Re".UugMcTM P and red taper, and other Sun- Danville, wore IJ.rU of guests r scaome. About tent-flv- e Mr. and Mrs. John Underwood t" nastUUlf home or her daughter, enjoyed the charming affair. near ri.nvHI., m i v l-- it,.,j n..i.. , The Dramatic Chib entertained celebrate the eceasien. A sumptu-Thursda- y Mis llettie IlabiiMon, Miss Kllin , evening at the Woman's ou dinner was a pleasant feature of Smith, Mrs. Mae Hughes N'oland, The dining room was bonu- Misses Martha and Helen Oil! were Club with a Valentine party. The the day. Lexington Friday to attend the rod shaded lights, the rod candles in tifully decorated in ilaits. hatchets in crystal candle sticks, the rod hearts and cherries. The table Had far its Harold Ilaner concert. and refreshments carried ovt the centor piece a huge tdrthday cake, Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Hester are color sohenw. About twelve wit eighty-eigh- t candles on it. sur- the proud parents of a little son, who' guests were prosenL Among those rounded by hatchets and cherries. arrived at their home the I Oth. of entertaining was Mhss Helon Olll, The red, whito and blue colors were Kalpti sponsor of the Woman's Club. Feb. He has been mimed carried out in the menu.Plowers and ..I.- -. Colli. Mother and baby nre doing ..j.. """ ....... ...t.t.... " """" In the Junior Promnnnde, In New nicely. of "Ul Haven, Conn., recently given In the!"1'"' ,p,W",W M(!' Marriage Ikensos were issued yes- Yale Dining Hall, a very popular! ,w",an 1Vl ,0 ?ny terday by County Clerk J. II. Nichols Kentucky couple had the distinguish- """',U the "Lflf many W to Mr. John Henry Shenrin, who gave od honor of being chosen t0,cnJ .,r.. iu. ,ril'1"1'' his business as hotel manager itt 1,.. t.mml mnrrh. Tb.,v. Stanford, and Mis Ullian Hatlleld, Mnrearet Letcher Cook, of Dnrw.lle. of Lancaster. Mr. Shenrin is n on nnd Mr. John Cooper, Jr., of SomerMiss Cook wore a georgous of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Shuarin and set. the bride is a daughter of Mr. and gown of white aatin over which there ' Have you ever seen the Auto Mrs. 1). N Hatfield.- - Dsnvlle Mess. was silver tare and wore silver atlk Trail, r that Is made and sold by Roy Arnol.l nt Danville? If you haven't enger. silver slippers. j stockings nnd a look at it next Monday, county - court day. He will have one on dls p'a)' d demonstrate to you the ad- rfc'V' Kyf'J?r'fdF rfc.? Tr;?1 rfs " aT": rf-- V 1 r?' Jvs vantages and conveniences it would y be to the farmer or dairyman, who ' owns an auto. Miss Eliza was in d. Lan-taste- Gossip About People v? Miss Elizabeth Anderson turned from Cincinnati. has re- Mrs. W. R. Cook, Miss Dove liar-rl- s and Mrs. John llaughmnn, of Washington KxpenditureJ totalDanville. Mrs. Carroll Ilnlley and ling $li),3Q!,GR7 for carrying through Miss 0hclm taekey, Mr. ami Mrs. its program of relief and services in rent el hl Has-jdta- Dan-vtll- d """d-palnte- d to, al .aii. 1 ZZ 2 .' Val-onli- Members of the Xntionnl Ilreedors' and FmiderV AmHintloii of America donated thirty pairs of pure bred nml resrftenil rtibMt to ns tunny boy nnd girl eltilt members In Florida, The ymitistter who were the recipient were selected by tlie various county home dtninitrotltin agent III More than $2,000,000 is provided the tnle. The mill I ti encminigo Industry and for service nnd assistance to the 3,- - the ymmg nwners I lie have been organized H00 Red Cross chapters by the naInto n l"i.v nml girls' nibblt club. tional organisation. The sift pnlr, !n enrh InMunce, to Helping Destitute Children gether with u Utter, Is to he shown Other items of the domestic bud- at the South Florida fnlr this yenr. get include for miscellane- The yoiinenters are to give bark to rabbit-growin- the United States and overseas arc outlined In the budget for the American KihI Cross for the current fiscnl year. This total is more than lower than the expenditure during the last llscnl yenr, when the disbursements reached 'M,VJi,Til, it is announced nt Xntionnl Headquarters In n statement catling attention to the necessity of continued support of the organization by to the Annual Roll Call, if the vital work of the society is to be effectively carried on. Outstanding among the item of the domestic budget is the appropriation of in.GO'j.SSr, fer work in beman half of the disabled and hi family. This appropriation represents the amount allotted to this work frcn National Headquarters only and does not take into consideration the millions spent in chapters fer relief of the World War veteran. It is in the chapter that the greater amount is spent in meting this obligation of the Red Cross, the announcement continues, us manifested 1 by figures ofthe fiscal year when the total was approxi mately 19,000,000, of which $2,6112,- OK I, represented the disbursement of National Headquarters while the re mainder was the chapter's contribution to the field of Red Cross service. Vast Work For Disabled. of Chief among the the appropriation for work with veterans is tbot which concerns itself with assistance to disabled men and women in government hospitals. This item of $l,7'.i0,000, nn increase of more than $500,000 ever the appropriation for the same work in last year's budget, will provide those services for the disabled and their families which nre indispensable to supplement those provided by the government. The director of the Veterans' Uureau has recently cx- presesd his desire that the Red Cross should continue and extend these "humanizing services." Other items of the appropriation for veterans' reIncreased. lief are proportionately An additional appropriation of $ I "'- 000 has been made for Red Cross work in connection with regular Army and Navy hospitals and with the regular Army and Navy. For disaster relief, the Red Cross has set aside for the current twelve months nn appropriation for the same purpose for the fiscal year 1U20-1&2per-iton- nl -, Airship's Fall I Classified Column I Falls When KATES t Rudder ColLpiei Norfolk. Va., Feb. 22 Exploding downward in trail flight, the army's Italian-bui- lt airship, Romn was destroyed near the Seven insertions for the naval base here with the loss of nn price of five. undetermined number of lives. Phone orders must bo paid Estimates an hour and a half after promptly. the disaster placed the dead from half a dozen to nearly 10, out of JI.XaOOOtWK'.X.KJf.xXXWiK.KXX.XDCK.TrX more than half n hundred persons on board. Fint feeding hay for sale All of the 34 are Identified. Of Hudson lc Farnau. the 11 survivors eight were in n FOR RENT: One nice furnished public hospital. One of them, Chns. room. Phone 2.18. Dourock, of Dayton, Ohio superintenMrs. S. D. Cochran. dent of construction at McCook Field, is in a critical condition. The Office rooms for rent on second others nre expected to live. Army 1oor. Citizens National Hank. officers who survived the disaster say it was caused by collapse of the elevating rudder. The buckling of this Standard American National Wiro rudder crippled the steering appara- Fence fer sale. Hudson & Farnau. tus and started the Roma on her plunge downward. If any one has n chilfcrobe they of please If you want to make a fellow hot would like to dispose just tell him to keep cool when he is phone 10 1. between the fires. SHOATS WANTED:- - I want to A young man may be the architect buy about fifty shoats, weighing from of his own fortune, but a rich dad CO to CO pounds. J. E. Robinson, Lancaster, Ky. (tf.) makes a fine builder. after crashing Single insertions lc a word No ad taken for less than 20c In this column. No nds In this column charged. t) .) FOR SALE: Seventy stock ewes, Don't be too severe in condemning the .polled child. Its parents are in quantities t(f suit purchaser. W. S. Carrier. Phone 53. proud of the responsibility. Lancaster, Ky. Voliva, who insists the world Is Man with car to Ml WANTED tint, might prove his contention by REST Ford Oil Gauge made. $100 hoofing it until he drops off. per week and extra commissions. Kenton Harbor Accessories Co.. CLUB YOUNGSTERS TO d Ilenton Harbor, Mich. lt-p- Standing Hurley Tobacco Seed for sale, the old kind, pounds and quality, ll.GO per. ounce. Breeders' Association Donates II. F. Kelley, Lancaster, R. 1. 11 ox 173. Purebred Animals. FOR SALE: Nice pair of mare G years Recipients Wert Selected by Various mules about 15 2 hands, old well broken. If you need a County Home Demonstration good team sec these mules. Agents Aim Is to Encourage J. W. Elmore. Rabbit Crowing. FOR SALE: Red Hurley Tobacco Seed. Germination 05 per cent. Price $2.00 per ounce. Raised nnd sold by W. R. Pickett. Call at Liggett nnd Myers office, nt Garrard Tobacco warehouse, Lancaster, Ky. ( 2-- 1 2 RAISE BEST RABBITS WANTED Man with car to sell low priced GRAHAM TIRES. $130 per week and commissions. GRAHAM TIRE CO., 1458 Uoulevnrd, lt.-pRonton Harbor, Mich. Cook Stoves, $20 to $00; Oliver Plows, $12.50 to $50; Harrows $17 to $45. Wire Fence GOcts. to 07 3 s, cts. per rod. Harness, Humes, llrecching, Traces, Ilk. Hands. Call get our prices and save money. J. R. Mount & Co. Col-lor- Lancaster's Busy Store WHERE THOUSANDS ARE SAVING MONEY ON EVERY DAY ARTICLES. JUST A FEW ITEMS TO CONVINCE YOU THAT WE ARE MAKING PRICES. lOcts. Long Loaf Sandwich Hreail, per Loaf 7cts. Short Loaf Rread, per Loaf 8ctt. Salt Rising Uread, per Loaf $1.20 J. K. M. Guaranteed Flour, per Sack $0.25 Host Brand Pure Hog Lard, per 50 lb. can 15cts. Good Bulk Coirce, per pound 20cts. Gootl Ground Coffee, bulk, per pound 30cts. Best Ground Coffee, pkg., per pound Cull for prices on anything in GROCERIES and MEAT. --- I Scott Phone 206. & Ruble Public Square. ous activities, including contributions restricted for special purposes and Kach $708,000 for management. . 1. .1 01 represents large re- Action, over similar appropriations of ,thu tar- From 0.000,000 $6.- 000,000 of which was contributed through the Kuropenn Relief Coun- c,t campaign and $5,000,000 allotted by the Red Cros for child welfare work in Kurope, there remains still available, of which it is estimated that $0,000,000 will be re- e quired for this work during the rent yenr. For Rod Cross partici- pation In the joint effort to relieve famine conditions in Russia, for final work in the China famine, for Jun- or Rod Cress and other overseas activities including the closing of the old general relief program in Kurope $4,978,000 is made available. To In nnnnnnrttii thi iintinnnl fniilisit. adept at lh Hw CruM makw jt Walter ISast. who is an clar Umt making oorn cob pipes, sent President ,thu fljUrB, ot ,ncluiU. cha Harding n fine one a few weeks ago rxnn,,i..,Tn. - ,a.,.. nnv -- n.h and is now proud of the following mate on the invaluable service of letter acknowledging receipt of same: volunteers In chapters. The White House Carrying on service for disabled Washington veterans of the World War that is February 3, 1022. costing $10,000,000 a year, the My Dear Mr. Kastt Vmenvan Red Cross is helping fulfill ' The President has received the this nation's obligation to its defenpipe which you were good enough to ders. Help the Red Cross continue send to him and he asks me to thank this work by answering the annual you cordially for your courtesy. He Roll Call March 21 to 31st. appreciated your kind thought of him. Forget It. The other fellow can Sincerely yours, growl enough for both of you. Geo. II. Christian, Jr.. Secretary to the President. lleauty that Is only skin deep is not always beauty. It Is quite often Mr. Walter East patnt. Lancaster, Ky. ".,, "" ,f I1'0" , ! Arnold Trailer FOP. SALE: Some rancy Thoro-bre- d, Owen Farm, Thompklns' Strain S. C. Rhode Island Red Roosters, also eggs from same strain. Prices reasonable. Call and see, phone or write Mrs. Fred Hall, (tf.) Paint Lick,, Ky. SALESMAN WANTED: To sell roofing, cement nnd paints direct to property owners. Formerly located In Uurgfn, Ky. Fastest growing house because our salesmen nre Only producers wanted. RODES PRODUCT 42 A Club Member and Her Pet Welssinger-Gnulbe- rt cur-tak- j Pipe President , Rabbit CO., Hldg., Louisville, Ky. ngent one pair of rabhltM from the first litter for thereby creating 1111 end' les chain. T! following hrceds were donated; N'ew jilanil Reds. lUdginu I lures, Clams, riemloli American llliies. Sitter Fawns, nnd Cray Fawns. the j WAYS TO SERVE VEGETABLES If Supply of Fresh Product It Not Generous Use Them With Jules In Which Cooked. FOR RENT A nice lloyle coun- ty farm, 1)0 acres tobacco, wheat and corn for cash for 3 to 5 years to A 1 man. Enquire nt this office. Al so five Hereford bulls, years old, and two cows with calves., good ones for sale. T. A. Hradley. Danville, Ky. i 1 Have Just received Plymouth Rocks from the poultry farm of Frank Foy, Clinton, Iowa, to add to my Serve most vegetable when rooked Hock. Can now furnish Cockerels at as n seimrnte dUh, either steamed, $2.00 and PulloU at $1.60 each. Eggs boiled, Itaked or stowed. If the supIn season at $1.00 for 15. ply of fresh vegetables Is not generMrs. J. G. Uurnsido, ous, use with tienl the Juice In .which Phono 378.F." Lancaster, Ky.-- , they are cooked, a far as possible, Route No. 1, or put It Into soups iy stows. n pen of White FOR SALE: The Central Rocord, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Feb 23 1922. PROFIT IN SWINE ON DIVERS CROPS In Covington Demonstration County, Alabamat Shown to at Least 2,000 Farmers. StMNMh Olt W Try NR treleMen Ye) Teaee Act 1 Her? THE BROWN STORE FOR HatftlM Metier e aWleg TeHh. SOILING COOPS FORMED BASIS THE NEXT 30 DAYS BEGINNING Thirty Acre Wr Divided Into Four Field of Equal Slxo and Planttd With Succession of Crops to Ba Orated. UiiIIM irrtpind r No less than 2.WW farmers, It Is estimated, have been shown a hoc In Covington county. demonstration Ala. The county agent started Inst year tlia system on which this demon stratlon was based, when cotton was abnormntly hlcli and hog so low that farmers were not making money on them the way they were producing them. He found a man conspicuous ly located who was willing to give spe cial attention the year around to hogs, which were to be raised on soiling crops, together with a small amount of grain. Thirty Acrts Carries Ten Brood Sows. The farmer making the demonstra tion offered to devote 30 acres to It. He bought ten brood sows and n good young boar and put up the proper houses and fences. The .TO acres were divided Into four fields of ejual size and planted with a succession of crop to Iks grnied. The program of crop followed was that recommended tit a conference of farmers, bankers, nnd state and county agents. The first Held was planted January 1, 1020, to oats and Canadian l'ns. Later the county agent recommended leaving Canadian peas out and using rye In the first field Instead. The hogs weru turned on this Starch 1 for two months. Fire of the sows had plgi at the time they began to grate. The hogs were moved for May nnd June to the next Held, where sudan grass and millet bad been planted April 1. Us of Third Field. In July and August the third field was used. It was planted to corn nnd tfpanlsh peanuts during the first half of Starch. From this crop the hogs el Atrlculture.) ! auin Drrtm,M Saturday, Feb. 25th WE WILL SELL OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF GROCERIES, DRY GOODS, CLOTHING t too much every Vanr .people day awl moat mi muth too much day. That Is why Americans suffer mor than any people in the world from tndlcesllon, tilllouaneM nit ranatlpathm. With a little thouahtfutneae an1 ear, however, a great amount ! thl. dlatreea cnuk! t. avoided you'll never realise hour true thisand la until ou become on of lh eeveml million peopl" o' country who kaep a hoi of Nature's tUrnedy (Nil Tableta) conatnntly on hand and um It whenever IndlKeallun, blllouan.aa or eorattpatlon thrratrne. I nllke Uallve puts. rathartlce. such aa oil. calomel, rk, which m.re. ly force tmwtl action. Nature's flamed the ricrta a lnrflclal Influence upon aye-ttentire dlgeetlve and ruminative the alnmarh. liver, tuwela and even the kldncya. Ila purpoae la to promote vlrorout and hartnonloue action of all tho organs that handle the food tnd lioilr waate. That la why the reaulta which 'f Nature'a fltmatfy are the alnaia a delightful aiirprla to tho.i l,o nrer try It The action while prompt aril Ihorouch. la aa mill anil nnd piratant aa Nature hr-.I- f Ktr.lt ami the thorough elMinaln the lmoy r ra lirlnn n frrllnir of real rtii ant Iwn.lU aurh aa txi r prv-t- 4 r lait ,e r orte. tat! irtlt 'JrT f u s tryNature'a Warned (NU 'isII There la ni tai and yoa at r Hi In du-- c a.. I r it ar.il lrrflt lan an r frralrr U.-mrj r a .r sou, u r t I k ir.sesrt'r l by " d jour it- sr:i m le fol-1-- w I- ' r se -I d . Ji jm-..J- AT A GREAT SACRIFICE BELOW ARE A FEW OF THE BARGAINS 14cti. McROBERTS DRUG STORE. - feV Three Pound Can Best Tomatoes 16cU. per Can 3 lets. Red Pitted Cherries, per Can Best Quality Sugar Corn, per Can . 12cU. Good Quality Corn, per Can 9ct. Best Pie Peaches, per Can 19ct. 29cts. Fine Table Peach, per Can Heinz Baked Beans, Large Size, Sauer Kraut, per Can GUNN3 CHAPEL Hirsch's Paramount Dressing, large Size, per Bottle 32ct. Avon Club Steel Cut Coffee, per Mr. Drew Davis d l 111. Miss Mary Lee'Kurtx of L. H. S. at heme. spent the week-enMr Homrr Hall purchase a horse of Mr Thompaon Davis for $175. Pound 38cU. Plummers Pride, The Flour of the Family, 24 Pounds 90cts. Good Quality Soap, .per Cake 5cU. Mater Rolan Ray spent the night with Maiter Welby Teater recently. Mr and Mrs, Hobart Teater spent Sunday with Mr. ami Mra. Forrit Noel. Mrs. Mattie Harvey and Mr. John Sewall remain HI with Utile improve Per Can 13ct. ment. Miss Jc.ie B. Ray wa a recent guest of Mines Bernlce and Betale Teater Ball BBBBBfeWBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBSBBBBBBB Baal Boots Rubbers and Overshoes at COST LADIES. HENS AND CH1LDRENS WINTER UNDERWEAR BELOW COST. MEN'S NEW SPRING SUITS JUST RECEIVED, GREAT BARGAINS. SHOES! SHOES! AT YOUR PRICE. Miwt Inei Land was a gueit of Mr. and Mrs. John Ijind from Turly until Thursday. Master Alexander East has been very 111 with pneumonia at his home near Nicholaiville. Mrs. Nancy Shearer continues ill. Mr Ben Humphrey was in Lan caster one day last week. Mr and Mr. Harvey Teater and family were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lowrey Speaks of Mt. Hebron recent- - ANGORA Hogs Feeding on a Solllna Crco In the South. went In September and October to soy beans, planted the middle of May as the second crop In the first field. The second field, replanted July 1, was ready for November and December with swoet potatoes, lly January 1 the rye and oata sowed In field No. 4 on October 1 were ready for the hogs, and so on the year around. The 30 demonstration acres nnd ten sows cleared approximately $500 the first eight months. Hut tho Important I object of this demonstration was to I have a place to show farmers how they could raise hogs on sotting crops and have a few matured hogs rvudyl for market every month In tho year, .About 20.W0 copies of this program tre sent out to fnrnwrs In southern.! Alatximn. and It Is exected that 100 jor more such systems will be started ;in the, near future. BLANKETS HEAVY PER SPOOL -- EXTRA WARM PER $2.65. CLARK'S O. N. T. THREAD 5ct. CALL AND WE CAN'T BEGIN TO MENTION ALL OUR BARGAINS. SEE US, AND LET US SHOW YOU AND CONVINCE YOU. BRING US YOUR EGGS AND WE WILL PAY YOU THE VERY HIGH- EST MARKET PRICE. R. S. LANCASTER GUY. Mr. James Yantls. quite 111, BROWN Elza Lane. Mr and Mrs. William Walker have been suffering with severe colds, for the past two weeks. We wish them a speedy recovery. Mr. Jamea Ynntls spent Saturday in Lancaster, visiting his three sisters, Mesdames Arthusn Currey, Carrie Davidson and Hattlc Romans. Meurs. J. P. Foley, and Joe, Turner received lOcts. a pound for his tobacco and Mr. Henry Tuttie lL'cts. per lb. All seemed very much pleas, ed. Mr. Mr and Mrs. Ed. Naylor of Marks- bury, Mr. nd Mrs. John Land and sons, were recent guesU of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Some of our young folks vtUsded the B. Y. P V social at the home of Misses Myrtle and Christine Davis Wednesday evening. Recent rains caused the river to rise so ferrying wm impossible and a number were prevented from attend ing Nicholnsvillc court Monday. Mr and Mrs. Hughey Moberley and daughter, Mr. Elmer Ray and Master J. W. Teater were guests of Mr, and Mrs. Harvey Teater and family Sunday. KENTUCKY ALFALFA NEEDS MUCH LIME Like Other Member of Legume Family It Will Not Thrive Well In 6our Sella. Tho reason why so many farmers have tried to grow nlfnlfn nnd fulled Is due largely to lack of lime In the soil. Alfalfa, In common with nil members of tho legume family, requires large quantities of lime for Its growth ; lesldes, It will not grow to advantage In a sour soil. This Is probubly due to the fact that the bncterln, which grow In tho nodules on Its roots, ain't develop In a sour or acid soil. The wav to eft alfalfa started on sour soils Is to give them a dressing of lime. Is who ha been better at this writing. Mr. Wm. Merida Is rapidly improv- ing, to the gratification of hl many friends. EGGSHELLS QUITE VALUABLE When Crushed and Added to Mash They Supply Material Necessary for All Hens. Eggshells are too valuable to the poultry raiser for him to burn them or threw them away. If crushed aud added to a mash, they will supply the material with which the hens may make more eggshell. However, It U always well to beat them up quite fine before feeding, so the fowls won't leccuiUtt them and thita contract the fcahtt. Mr. Clay Itunells was the truest the past week of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Tuttie. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Turner were Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Scott. Mrs. Albeit Phillips, of Corbin, Is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. T, L .Yantls. Mrs. Alfred Poynter and little son, Calvin, were visitors recently of Mrs Kay I'rather. Miss Lavcrne Whlttaker was the guest Sunday of Misses (MollIe and Ethel names. Mrs. Henry Yater spent "Monday in Stanford with her mother, Mrs ville. P. C. Prlchett. Mis Carrie Sutton and ' Master U visiting her Mrs. Joe Brewer and William Sutton, were Sunday visitors daushter. Mrs. Lewis Maupln of MUae Flonnle Mae, Savanah and Mr. Maupln at Njna. Mr. Kdd Baker and daughter, '.a. da Hyrl, visited Mrs. Carl Pendleton Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Wm. Clark spent Wednesday night with Mr. and Mrs. Milton Ward and Mrs. C It. Henry. Mesdames Tom Turner and Wm, liarnes, were Monday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Merida. MIm Provey Brewer ha returned home, after n visit with her sister, Mrs. Sam Land, of Nina. Mr. Hubert Flancry spent Thur. day night with his uncle, Mr. Joe Flanury, of Point Leavcl. Meurs. J. P. Foley and Tom Turn-cr- , were visitors Saturday of Mr. and Mr. Phillip Foley, of Huckley. Meurs. Z. T. like, Sr., of Richmond and Harry Itice, were guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Sutton. Mr. and Mrs. Noah Marsee and on. Tom, weVe recent visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Joel Marsee, of Bryanta- - mm '' We Rechdrqe ond Reptir all makes of Batteries The officers of the B. Y' met at the parsonage in a business capnc ity Tuesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Gosney and children, were dinner guests Sunday of Mr. Gosney s parent. Mrs. Ben Hughs, of Lancaster, was the Rucitt of Miss Susan K. Sutton Friday and Saturday of last week. Mr. E. T, Thompson went to Clem Chapel Saturday and preached two sermons for the congregation of that place. tcr last yWtt lr quality was Sssi mcaisumlbyColtl. NN theffiopcrBaUety sJnJ Tom Turner delivered to the Mr. and Mrs. Roemele Thorn no wwOUbcprkcks" jjjj Association at Lancas. left for St. Louis. Thursday, where one-thir- week 1,070 lbs. of tobacco. he has accepted a business position It average was 13ct. per lb. The in that city. d first payment G03, being The society Is soliciting hens, do of its value. siring that each member of thi church contribute a hen to help pay MARKSBURY for the varnishing of the pews. Miss Emma Holmes, of Crab OrchA splendid attendance was enroll ard, I the guest this week of Mis ed at the B. Y'a Thursday evening. Oeane Hunter. More were present than was expect Mr. and Mrs. Edward, of Marcel-Iu- s ed, a the night was so cold. were visiting Mr. and Mr. Forest octal will be given by the Society next Thursday evening. Curtis Sunday. CONN aad CONN The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday Feb 23. 1922 P. B. WILLIAMS PLUMBING AND HEATING All Kinds of Tin Work Filters, Flue Caps and Roofing Repair Work Done Promptly Homo Phono No. 350. Shop Phono 258. LIVESTOCK NEWS PUREBRED HOGS ARE BETTER Much to Ut LiarrH Concerning Reia tlve Merits of Scrub and Cross, bred Animals. "PI mm ddbe Brothers MOTOR. CAR WE SELL THEM EXCLUSIVELY. rrpr4 lr Lancaster, Ky. Mm. Itustcl 1. Drown And little laughter, Itokn, spent the week-enMr. I). J. Brown, of Stanford, it with Dr. and Mrs, I). J. Drown In Stanford. the guest of Mrs. Rucl P. Hrown. Mr. nnd Mrs. Sam Farley and chll Mrs. Will KnulTman, of Camp Nelson, wm the curst Inst week of Mrs. dren, of Nlcholasvtllc, were guests Sunday afternoon of Mr. and Mrs. Newton Gosncy, Jr. Mr. A. 11. Swope was called to John Bryant. Mrs. C. M. Dcnn, Mrs. John W, Danville Monday by the death of her Dryant, Airs. Henry McAfee and Miss uncle, Mr. James Hawkins. Mr. ItuMel I'. Drown and Mr. Noah Mary Drown, were in Danville shop, Marsee, Jr., arc spending several pint; Saturday. days In Louisville this week. Mrs. J. Miss '.illah Dawes ami Misses Margaret Scott and Helen Ilogan Ilallard spent several day of lllalr Williams were guests Saturday last week as the guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. K. II. Klder, of Nicholasvlllc. af little MIm I'atsy Carrol Martce. d AUIh'UkIi there Is a higher emiit f purebred lio;pi In the country mro lh t'nU.I f Aertavllur. !! twpttlm.M ) BRYANTSVILLE tlinn of any otlici class of live mh-there Is still much nxmi fur linptow' known Hu nt. And there Is lunch t of crnvrvrnltiir the relative mcrlt wttilx, cnmstireds nmr purebred". To inako simm of tin points clearer, the nnlmal husbandry division of tin' unit oil Htatcs Department of Agriculture, i starting n breeding nnd feeding ex perlment Ihnt will contrast the results of tislliz scrub, crossbred and purebred hoar on scrub nnd cnlired sows. If appropriations provide suUlckut money li The price this year is so low and reasonable, it makes them the popular car of the season. A demonstration will convince anyone that we are correct. "We are agents for the famous Goodyear Tires More people ride on Goodyear tires than any other make. Our GARAGE SERVICE is unexcelled in the city. Dm oc Bred Sow Sale B TUESDAY, MARCH 14th. Repairs and Accessories of all kind. Distributors of the best GASOLINE and OILS. Purebred Duroc-Jerse- I g S McZee Eros. Versailles, Kentucky. y Boar. Interurban Stop 50 Write for Catalogue, BUCKEYE g g Ilhoda Droaddui, who had croup i improving. Mr. S. N. Merford. of Nicholas-viMe- , pent Friday night with Mr. Hiram Hay. Messrs. W. W. K. Whittaker and It. Sanders were in Louisville the first of the week. Dev. Price, of Louisville, visited Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Jenkins and T. O. Hill from Saturday until Monday. The Infant daughter of Mr. and There Is only one effective method Mrs. Forest Noel was buried In Lancemetery Monday. Was born of checking the fellow who begins to SAFEST RATION FOR STEER caster Saturday morning, died Sunday tell you his family troubles. Tear off a few bigger ones of your own. Sllsoe. Together With Cottonseed or morning. Oil Meat, and Either Clover or Alfalfa. The D. Y, P. U, gave a social at the home of Mtues Myrtle nnd Chris-tn- e Wednesday evening. Davis There were nineteen present. Hot chocolate and wafers were served. Mr. Fount Ijind died at his home Lon Taint Lick Creek Fib. 14th.. age 88 years. He leaves a wife and live children, Mrs. James Hasty, Duck, eye; Mrs. Miles Cates, Texas; Mrs. Maud Stockly, Dcrca, James and Jess He was a member of the Dap Land. tit church. He was buried in the cemetery here Wednesday. It may ! that tin- - effect of using crossbred and fcnili lior m purebred sous will be studied. Ten cruwdirvd sows, of various breed mixtures, und ten strait sows of the razor-hacHalf of kind will U euch of those groups will ! bred to a crmshrvd, and half of the other group will Ih hrcd to a mtuIi. Thl same sriiemtt of breeding will be carrleil on Some from generation to generation. of the offspring "I" be fed out and some of them will l kept for breeding before ful out. Shouts from the different lots will te put in fee: lots together and fttl alike, so that a fair comparison run Im made. Some will be of these scrub and compared In feeding trluls with iiure-brvrained w the dejwirttucnt's cx perlmental farm at Heititvllle, ltd Some will lu put Into different experimental Iota on various feeds. Nearly everylxidy thinks the pure bred l superior to the scrub, but there Is a disagreement among farmers about the merits of purebred and crossbred feeders. The department hopes that In du time It rxivrlQenta wilt give results that will anwer any doubts. u-- 32INNAIRD BROTHERS LANCASTER, KY. Lancaster School Notes. The Juniors gave a splendid pro gram In Chapel Tuesday morning in honor of Georcc Washington's birth- day. Each member of the class rep resented some person of the old Colonial days. They sang two old time songs and as ench character was Introduced, thev responded with some nuotatlon from the writings of Wash ington. The Juniors were greatly complimented on their good program. Huth "The History course cer tainly Is tiresome." Helen "Why, even the floor Is board." at the Kentucky Agricultural Expcri. ment Station who arc urging farmers' to treat their seed this spring as in surance against further losses. In spite of the ease with which losses d may be prevented, the loose nnd smuts of oats probably have been responsible for greater losses year after year, than any other preventable crop disease in tho United States, according to the specialists. Spraying the seed with a formaldehyde solution has been recommended as a controL As the seed is being shoveled from one pile to another, each shovelful is sprayed with a solution consisting of one part of 40 per cent formaldehyde and one part of water. This solution is used at the rate of one quart to 50 bushels of seed. A small quart sprayer Is a convenient one to use for tho purpose. After the oats are all treated In this way they are piled and covered with blankets, canvas or sacks to confine the vapor; At the end of five hours, they are uncovered and planted. Since the formaldehyde vapor irritates the eyes, nose and throat, the sprayer should be held close to the pile of oats and a circulation of air providcov-cre- rnlrvds Here's to our Faculty, Long may they live, Even as long as the Lessons they give. $6.00 Pays for Both SUBSCRIBE FOR YOUR HOME PAPER THE CENTRAL AND RECORD THE LOUISVILLE HERALD The snfest steer rotlon for a man who has sllagv la to feed 40 or SO pound of silage per steer dally, together with alxmt 3 pounds of cotton-stm- l meat or oil meal and 2 or 3 pounds rf hay, preferably clover or at falfo. Cottonseed cake generally con talm mnru nniteln than oil meal, but the protein In oil meal Is of Idgher quality, nnd ordinarily we wouhl lx willing to pay 3 or 0 n ton more for oil men! than for cottonseed meal. The nueitlon of feeling corn to steer de punds to a considerable extent on the futuro action of the corn nnd cattle market. 1'robably It will Ih Just as well to feed four or live ouniis oi com to the nvemge steer unny Muring thu last month or two of tin feeding period. Vegetable Dream Dear, do you CARROT nil for me? My heart UEETS for you. My love is as soft as a PEA and as strong as an ONION. You are a Last week the High School was en- - PEACH with RADISH hair and a tcrtnincd during Chapel period by a TURNIP nose. You are the APPLE very pleasing program given by the of my eye. If we CANTALOUPE, Seniors. LETTUCE, for I am sure we would The Chapel march was played by make n happy PEAR. Miss Lavcrne Dickcrson. The first thing was a song by the entire class MANSE SCHOOL NOTES "Old Pal." Then Miss Jano Hascl-de- n On Thursday afternoon, March gave a very interesting reading The 2nd. and Friday night, March 3rd., and also Miss Kuth Taylor. give a program was ended by their class the Manse High School will The play at the school building. song. play is a farce in three acts, "The Adventure of Grandpa," full of fun Nursing Clats Organised. and merriment. Miss Wcstover organixed n class In The line up of characters is as Home Nursing about two weeks ago, meetings, follows: The class has only hnd two Montgomery Ray Ivan Van Win at which they elected the following klc Grandpa's Son. Smith, President nnd officers: Irene Tod Hunter, Roy Estridge A young Secretary and Delia Uice Hughes dancing master. Treasurer. Of course this is a very Otis Hammerhead Herbert Tudor will interesting work and wo hope it Grandpa. be very beneficial. Officers: McCormnck and Derwnrd business wo Alio a class for the Centers, Lucy Hunter, Uurdetta Ram men was organized and they work scy, Dorothy May, Lula Splllman, in the text book and also In demon Mrs. Pansy Hopscotch, Blanche Bow-linstratlon. Marie Ribean, Gladys Tudor, ed. PQORHIDGE The sick in this community are improving. Miss Hazel Preston spent Saturday with Mrs. J. A. Masters. Little Miss Mae Belle Vaught of Danville, is visiting relatives here, Misses Irene and Cora Hardin were guest of Mrs. J. A. Masters Tuesday. Misses Arleigh Matthew and Jessie Kent spent Sunday with the Misses Hardin. Mrs. Flora Long and daughter, of Nicholasville were visitor of Mr. Long recently. Miss Pearl Matthew spent last week-en- d with her cousin, Miss Agnes Simpson. Mrs. Bradford Burdette and son, Louis 11., spent Monday with Mrs. Walker Burdette. Miss Olivia Preston was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Barney East on Buck Creek recently. Missc Agnes Simpson and Pearl Matthew spent last Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Edd Moberley. Mr. and Mrs. Ike Duncan and. children, were at the bedside of his' father, Mr. B. A. Duncan at Bucna VisU last Sunday. g, Kentucky's Grcntcat Newspaper You Should Read The Louisville Herald A metropolitan daily paper that contains n complete telegram ami cable service covering the world. State news from correspondents in nil parts of Kentucky. The Herald's local service gives all the news of Louisville and suburbs. Society, Financial, Market and Sport pages, are in charge of the most reliable authorities on these special subjects. Does it mean anything to you to be supplied with a daily newspaper that interests every member of Kloomy, Doris Howling. A lliblc Study Class was organixed Synopsis of Play. by Mr. Howe, of the Y. M. C. A Improving Their Flocks by Mr. itormes was chosen leader of Act. I. Afternoon, Grandpa arBreeders Vh of Purebred Rams Sires tho boys and Mrs. Fred Frisbie of the rives Quarantined. Recently Bought Act II. That night Pansy almost girls. Nearly all tho boys and girls of the High School are members of breaks out, so docs Grandpa with In several Kentucky counties where these classes. Everyone enjoys the Small Pox. stieep raising Is one of tlte major farm morning, Act III. Tho next lliblc study and we arc very glad to projects sheep breeders ure Improving Fris- - Ktoompty spills the beans. Goodbye their flocks on uu extensive scale, ac have Mr. Stormes and Mrs. Fred Grandpa. bio to lead this course. cording to the United States If you want an evening of "Phun-n- y One of the out' ment of Agriculture. Phun" come to Manse School standing developments Is that pure Live And Laugh. bred rutin are being widely used. This (During a quarrel) House Thursday afternoon, March Indicates the increased Interest up- - "You 2nd., or Kriday night, March 3rd. talk like an idiot." tinrvut In many sections of the country The two performances are given In Sam "I have to talk so you can In tho Improvement of the home Hock order that the mothers and babies or by the uw of Itetter sires. Recently understand me." older people may come in the day sale was held a special "better-sirrums Louisville, where 250 tmre-bre- d Paul "Laverne Hicks Is a plucky time. All children over six, attend. ut Ing school will be charfced Sets., of Hampshire, Shropshire, and Smith jrfrl. others L'5ct. On Friday njght evdown breeding went sold and distribCecil "Why!" uted In flocks throughout the stats. Paul "Well, she plucks her eye- - eryone will bo charged 25cts., ex- BETTER SHEEP IN KENTUCKY Lav-ern- e the family? Then it is the Louisville Herald you want in addition to your local paper. If you also desire the Sunday Herald add $2.50 to your remittance. Order your subscription through THE CENTRAL RECORD LANCASTER, KY. brows. cept children under six. SUNSHINE INSIDE H0GH0USE and Excellent Plan to Use Wire Oats Partitions Keeps Building More Sanltsry. In order to get the most value of the sunshluu Inside, the boghouse It Is an excellent plan to use wire gates the peus. This and partitions will allow the sun to get through and afford better reflection of the sunshine. Ttils allows the door to dry out and keep the building more Lula "I flunked that Geometry exam, flat." . Kugenla "What was the matter!" Lula "I had vaseline on my hair and the question slipped my mind. Seed Treatment Checks Serious Losses In ury. One truth stands out above all others. The rehabilitation of Europe It Is probable that Kentucky lost will be an accomplished fact after Mis Sexton "Louise, can yo tell from 140,918 to 930,482 bushels of It is rehablllated. me who followed Edward VIT" her annual oats crop In 1919 thru Louise "Mary." the ravages of loose anil covered Foreigner who come over her Miss Sexton "And now, Louise, muts which could have been prevent- and criticise us are not entirely to ed easily by means of seed treatment, be censured. who followed MaryJ" How else can they according to crop disease, specialist camouflage their own Inferiority! Louise "Her little lamb." Oats The Central Record. Lancaster. Ky. Thursday. Feb 23 1922. SALLY'S SUITORS By I.UNGARDIA Is -- without a rival" Coughs d in ordinary or nnd Colds, difficult breathing, and deep-seate- MILDRED WHITE. Union. Caprrlihl. lilt. WtiUra 1'hlllp leaned back In hi clinlr and looked at Sally, lie lintl lufii looking nt Sally, In Just Hint same wistful, wondering way, (or quite a long time. "four nunt tell inc." I'hlllp U'pin dlsappmilnsly, "Hint )uu tmvc a num-do- r of admirers, Sally. She culls them 'suitors' and Iig bewails the fart that you show no Inclination to tnnrry and settle down. Your Aunt I)orcns to doulit your nMllly to love." Sally hunml lior knee. "Slip says," went on I'lilllp sound-liiEl"that you hne wealth, rlmrm, youth and resimiislblc iik" to choe from and that you merely tllrt with them nil." Tllrt I" Sally's eye Indignantly np-ioa- rs d. .Vtppr Light-Si- x .a..5 $1750 thnJ Sedan osLjxhLisH MKSSSSSm for the relief of Whooping Cough. The wonderful results following its use will astonish you and make you it friend. Your money back, if you have ever used its equal. Danger lurks where there Is a Cough or Cold. Conquer It quickly with I.UNGARDIA. Safe for all age. fiOcta. and $1.20 per bottle. Manufactured by Lungardla Co., Dallas, Texas. por Me ,y McRoberts Drug Store. life-lon- g Assignee's Sale of Land ltALYiiiiiiiBllsllsllsllsllsllsllslls GARRARD COUNTY COURT "Uok here," she raid ns she lenned forwartl, "If one la naturnJIy pleasant to several friend of the male sex whom one could not polbly consider lu inarrlatre, It one then a fllrtr -Hut. Sally," I'hlllp gently Insisted, "your Aunt Dorcas tell me that each of tho four lmn proposed for your wny; hand. In the good gone to your futher, and your emtmr-muse- d father hnd to refer them each time to you! "I don't wind confessing." 1'hlllp added, "that both, your father nnd aunt, hare requested me to hrlng my Influence to bear with you on thla subject." Rally (rtscled. "Tho poor men were more nfrald to ask me than to nik father," she Mltl. "no I don't think that your Influence will bear much on the subject, 1'hlllp." "Nevertheless," he persisted. "1 shall keep my promise by endeavoring to find at least your preference. First, let's take the moneyed man. Money Is supposed to have most weight, Isn't It. Sally? Well, how obout that fellow's chancer "Judge for yourself, discerning friend," she suggeitcd. "Tlie moneyed suitor has a stare doll. Ills conversalike n glass-eye- d tion Is mostly concerning the suitability of certain neckties or tho gowns the real people wore nt the last luncheon. He Insists upon remaining during an evening call until you have fallen nsleep In your choir. And he Is so happily occupied by hli own reminiscences that he does not hear you snore. Am I acquitted regarding my moneyed admirer?" I'hlllp laughed. "You are," he agreed. "Now let's consider the roan of charm." Sallle shook her head ruefully. "That was a Jolt for me," she regretted, "his charm almost carried me awny. Until well, until I began to see how It wo carrying othen away. Jim Is so engaging. lie palms off worthless stock uion trusting hypnotized friends, and Is distressingly sorry In their later disappointment." "Hut nbout this young ndmlrer," he Inquired. "Your Aunt Dorcas Insists that he Is honest, admirable nnd devoted. She snys " l'hlltp's gaze was reproachful "that the Ikij- - threatens to shoot himself If you refuse him." "Hither thnt," Sally cheerfully "or else ho threatens to shoot me. I forget which. Hut he Is violent In his tendencies, nnd Jt Jous very Jealous. Tlint's going to gr..w on him. And do you know I'hlllp," Solly's tone was Ingeniously questioning, "I really haven't n fancy to be shot up, some evening, when I'd become his dutiful wife, because you or some other old friend happened In to call." "I should any not," Philip's tone was emphatic. "Hut whot nliout the reliable elder party, SallyT "HeJ" Sally's pretty brows were upraised. "His daughter taught me In high school," she explained. "Can you picture your jNr friend, I'hlllp, dominate! as n wife by her husband, nnd by his dnughter ns wirlll That teacher did hove some times with me!" Solly reflected with satisfaction. Neither despondency nor despulr wus evidenced In Philip's defeat. "It wems to me," he summed up the case, "that you are Justified In your gen- See This New difference. X Low-Price- d Sedan! six-cylind- er J, R. Sparks, Assignee of Jas. Hicks. Pursuant to nn order mail.' by the Garrard County Court on February 8th.. 1922. the undersigned will as aMigncc of Jas. Hicks, sell at public outcry, on TUESDAY, FEURUARY 2fith., 1922, at ten o'clock on, the premises to the highest and bet bidder, on n credit of six and twelve months, two bonds each for f of he purchase price, with good sutet, bearing i per cent Interest from date, payable to the said assignee will bo required of the purchaser. Said land is located In Garrard County, Kentucky, and dccribcd a one-hal- Two more cylinders make a world of You notice it when the LlGHT-Slslows down to a snail's gait in traffic. You notice it when the open highway ahead invites the throttle. You notice it in the greater responsiveness, the greater flexibility, the greater and in the absence of vibration. than any other light motor ever produced, but the perfect distribution of the car weight over all four wheels gives it unusual riding and driving qualities. If you have been accustomed to driving There arc new driving pleasures ing for you in the Studebaker wait- LlGHT-Sl- X a "four,"' the responsiveness of the LlGHT-Slwill be a revelation. If you now driving another six cylinder are car, the lack of vibration and perfect balance of this LlGHT-Slwill create new standards of riding comfort. X Ilring a tract of land on the waters of Sugar Creek and containing 40.40 acres more or le and being the same land conveyed to said Jas. Hicks by deed from U t Matthews and wife dated Jan. 2nd., 1920, and recorded in the Garrard County Clerk's Office In Deed Hook No. 40, page 558. Reference to which is made for n specific description ef said land, being the home place ef said Hicks. The assignee will alto sell at the same time some earn, one mule, one horse and wagsn. J. R. Sparks, Assignee of Jas. Hicks. Roblnten & Kauifman, Att'ys. for Assignee. follows: X Loans, Loans, on Loans Sedan. Not only is its motor more powerful, more flexible and freer from vibration But, equally important, is the new low price of $1750 an intrinsic value without parallel in the industry! Six-Cylind- FARM LANDS Liberal Appraisements VORIS & MOULDER HURGIX, KY. Office, Citizens Bank & Trust Studebaker is the World's Largest Builder of Light-Si- x er Cars ! Uifr-SL- V Special-Si- x .. iiz' ir. Chitii Touring 10.. . 875 1013 1015 1J7S 1750 5 ... (M"W) Touring Coupe Ch... W. 119 ir.iuso-u.v- . Vui..I:6 ir. 11200 1 ., to .. 11500 1785 1500 CT00 (tf) Company. Rcud.ltr Coupc-Kojdit- Itoj.l.trr (M W) iUudttrr (MW) ) 175 Sedan ScUn Prir-- 1 ' . . firl IS 1175 2150 I4SQ 1 CIumU Touring Coupe (UW) Sedan Trees For Spring Planting BLOOMING SHRUBS FRUITS SMALL STRAWBERRIES GRAPEVINES PERENNIALS EVERGREENS HEDGING ROSES ETC. SEED POTATOES. Kvorythini: for the Orchard, A lare Lawn ant! Garden. illustrated catalog nnd Kuidc sent on request. H. F. HILLENMEYER & SONS Smith, a member of A Nursery Word In Kentucky. FRUIT AND SHADE TREES CARDWELL & ARNOLD DANVILLE, --- --- KENTUCKY This is SPEAKERS PLEAD CAUSE OF BEREA Washington Fund Preceded Needs Are Stressed a Studebaker Year during the year 1921 in salaries, wages, commissions, rents, royalties, Interest on bank deposits, cash on stock, "or Income from any source whatsoever." "Net income" is gross income less certain deductions provided for by the net, including all business expense incurred in the conduct of a business, trade, profession, or vocation. Certain expenditures, however, are not deductible as a business expense whe nmade for the purchase of arin ticle more or less permanent character, or for permanent improvement of property. For example, n merchant would not be allowed to deduct the amount expended in the cost of a new tractor or thrashing machine, since uich invetment are held to be capital investments. The lnw expressly prohibits the deduction of family or living expenses, such as rent for it dwelling, repairs to n dwelling, cost of food nnd clothing fur the family, education of children and servant's wages, and similar Amount spent during the items. year 1921 for any of these iUms are not deductible. divi-den- eral attitude." "Thanks," Solly remarked sweetly. "Now, If one could find a sort of com-ixmlt- man," she went on, "endowed with the qualities of each, whot a glad old world this might be. A little money, you know, I'hlllp; n little charm, young enough to be n little Jealous, old enough to le reliable." I'hlllp cleared his throat. It seemed illfllctllt to s(Hak. lie turned hi wistful eyes nway from Sally, because her own were so dlturblng, "I." he faltered, "huve a little money. I appear still young enough to be Jealous. Ilecently the fnct wns unpleasantly forced upon me, I could, however, lie guaranteed not to shoot ; for I have reached the reliable nge of discretion, utiil not living mnrrlcd. Sully, I would have no dominating laughter to help with my wife's ills, clpllne; nnyway, I would keep her forever, a she Is now the girl that I love, with not one pretty whim or caprice changed. Hut oh, my dear, I have lost the winning curd. Added year bring no charm." Deliberately Sally arose; deliberately she came around to the wide rhulr where I'hlllp sat, swinging herself to Hi nrm. Her own anus went tenderly ubout I'hlllp' neck. The fetching little dimple implied out to enhance the brightness of Sally's left eye. "(loose J" she remarked, "It was your charm thut won my heart tbre jtur ago, and ha made me vw luce Ituuiuun." can ideals and Christian teaching at a time when they arc needed most. Reservoir of Americanism. Dr. Day said that the mountain great reservoir of Drive J people "this stored nway in the Americanism be used By Lunch- Southern mountains" "inshould time of this as a national asset unrest and change." Attention was eon Where directed to a statement by Woodrow Wilson, referring to Iterea, that "there is no single place where aid Washington, Beren College, If can do so much or so evident good." The drive will be formally opened successful in obtaining the aid It is seeking, in its $1,000,000 "necessity at a mass meeting at the City Club Dr. drive," will be enabled to play an here. The programme includes subject will be: "The important part in safeguarding a Day, whose stronghold Americanism the Southern Mountaineer, a Peril or of Kentucky mountains speakers de- An Asset;" John Temple Graves, who Forgotclared at n luncheon here in prepar- will discuss "Three Million Washington-iani- . ten Americans," nnd Mr. Hutchins' ation for an appeal to "Our Contemporary Ancestors." A given by C. C. Cal- moving picture wil lbe presented in The luncheon connection with readings by Mis y houn, member of the Kentucky here, followed the arrival of Catherine Haley, a senior at Ilerea, Dr. William James Hutchini, presi "A GOOD OLD.rASWONED dent of Ucrca, and Dr. Jonathan C. PHYSIC" Day, New York educator and native Foley Cathartic Tablet, a whole-som- e of the Kentucky mountain region. physic, thoroughly cleanse the In talks to committee member at bowels, sweeten the tom b. tone up liver. For indigestio-i- . biliautncst, tho luncheon they outlined the needs the bloating, iu, or constiof Herca and explained the drive now bad breath, pation, no remedy is more highly recin progress. Other speakers were: ommended. Wm. O. E. Birlkc, Mr. Calhoun, Representative John W, Hancock, Mich., write; "I have given of Kentucky and the Itev, Foley Cathartic Tablets a thorough I can honestly recommend trial Dr. Jnme K. Freeman, tho Itev. Dr, them and mild but sure laxative. They as a James II. Taylor and the Itev. Dr. work without griping." Give stout Charles WoqJ, nil of Washington. persons a free, light feeling. Among others present were Seth Low Stormei Drug Store I'ierrepont.schairman of the National Kxecutive Committee for the drive; Income John Temple Gravel, Representative The new requirement of the InItalph Gilbert of Kentucky, Representative 11. Carroll Reeco of Ten. come tax law that returns shall be ncsice, and Joshua Evans, Jr., treas- made of grots income of $5,000 or more regardless of the amount of net urer of this fund. It was pointed out that the influ- income upon which the tax is asiess ence of the Southern Highlanders on ed, necessitaties careful computa American life could be directed with tion on the part of the taxpayer. telling effect through a strong, "Gross income" includes practically college implanting Ameri every dollar received by thu taxpayer col-on- written by J. R. the college poultry department, outLexington, Kentucky. lines the problems of raiting chick from the selections nnd hatching of eggs to the preparation of an exClay hibit. It contains pointers on the care of the setting hen and rations for chicks as well as n number of oth- Law And Real er facts of Interest free by asking Money to loan on farms. the Experiment Station nt Lexington List your farm for sale privfor Circular No. 110. Green Walker Estate ately or at auction. Office over J. W. Smith's Store. M. S. WTar Backache, Rhcimatlsrn HATFIELD DENTIST Offic Stormcs Drug Store About the most notable thing LANCASTER. nbout these movie stars is the facti that they do move. Of course, there may be people , who never lie, but who wants to sit or stand all of his life? Tlie most exasperating part of mil income tax schedule is the paragraph , which provides for the outgo. I'hon.i Offlcs 5. o.r Tli. Garrard Baafa. Rttldsnrs 376. KENTUCKY. J.J.Byrne Exclusive. Optometritt DANVILLE, KY. New Circular Encour-JunioTo Raise rs Poultry In order to help farm boys and Young people enjoying their first OSIcs Hours calf love are never foollth. It Is a serious and momentous occasion for them. Opposite Gilcher Hotel. 8 to 12 and 1 to S p.m. J. 7. Beazlev Tax Facts A good way to get an obstinate girl of the Sinte get started with MINERAL DIRECTOR man to do a thing is to tell him he purebred poultry, the Collego of Olllre Over National Hank. Agriculture has issued a new circu- can't. He'll hop right to it Just to Residence I'hone 3. Ollice 1'liono 27 lar, dealing with the hatching and prove you wrong. I LANCASTER, KY. rnitlng of chicks, which is being dis'TIs wonderful how a fond mother to interested youngsters. will dwell upon thu vivid imaginatributed The project for which the circular tion of her small boy who ha Just was designed has proved to be one blurted out the truth. of the most popular with boys and The quickest route to stardom in girls who are enrolled in Junior agriVETERINARIAN. cultural club work, more than 4,028 the movies Is to get written up In Calls Answsrsd Promptly Dmj or of them have been engaged In poul- connection with an unsavory scandal. Nlfht. I'hon 317. Everybody "Just simply has to tee the try raising In 1021. thing." I.ANCAft rnri, KENIUCKY. The new publication, which wai horrid Dr. Printus Walker The Central Record. Lancaster, Ky. Thursday. Feb 23, 1922 LA TOBACCO SEED Kelley's Improved Standing Up CHARITY Hurley The need thnt produces the tobneco that bnn hroujrht the best price on the Kentucky markets for the Inst twenty-fiv- e yenrs. Good, home irrown, hnnd denned seed, PRICE $2.00 PER OUNCE. Send check or money order to About Eczema and Eruptions! litre' Something; About's. S.S. That You'll Bo Glad lo Hear. Ton mlrht Just a well know It rUht row, the rniisfl of skin eruptions, plmplra, bl.ickhrnt. tmlls and i on. It rldil In I ho VUhm. There I no Kitting swujr frum It. 8tltic lis pnivcl prove It. It Wo prove It. You V'lin tit cause or skin trouble an.t eruption It In tho LlooJ, It Isn't com ARE YOUR CHILDREN EXTRAVAGANT? To allow a child to become extravagant, no matwell-of- f the parents mny be, is to seriously interfere with the development of its character. Kxtravaganco breeds idleness and a lack of ap- By ANNA W. CONNER. B. L. KELUEY & SOiNS R. JAPANCLOVER Takes Place As Soil Builder And Feed Japan clover, frequently called Jap clover or lesprdcta, Is proving to be a more valuable legume crop in Kentucky than moit of the obi well legume, according to olU known and crop specialist at the College of Agriculture who are suggesting the uie of this crop to farmer of the State a a foil builder and a pasture crop. The crop already i spreading by tti own elforts over much of the lad out" land in the State and furnUh-in- g good grnilng on several mllHoni of acre of poor toil at n irnian of the year when pasture are likely to Heing a legume, it i alo be ihort. a good Mil liuililer, in spile el tne fact that it U shallow rested. No sods arc too poor or eur for the clover, the fpeelalUt ay. It alio ha proved to be a profitable crop for nome of the better Mill f the State, according to the crop specialist, who are advocating that farmer outiide the Hluegraw region include a peck of the Med to the acre in the grass and clover mixture ew. Fulten county which they farmer outiide the IlluegraM region include n peck ef the teed to the arre In the grass and clover mixture which they tow. Pulton eounty eedel 2,800 Wu shell ef the farmer iprlng while Logan counrlovnr ty used 600 bushel. Although the crop usually will eooie In without seeding, it ordinarily require four or five yean to ewrr a thick itand depending upon the wild growth. If ccdcd, a tand F. D. NO. 1, LANCASTER, KY. Member Hurley Co operative Marketing Association. rn can be secured more quickly. A good combination for poor land i compound of five pound of rcclcan-e- d Hed Top and 10 pound of Japan clover an acre. The lied Top mip-plearly pasture while the clover n come on for lummer and foil which last until froit. It ahould be eeded early in the ipring, March or April being the belt month. Although it grow well without It, the clover will produce larger yields if the noil I treated with limeitone and acid phosphate. In the pat, the clover ha not received the appreciation from farmer that it deserve largely became it I observed on land too poor to grow anything Ue, the specialist say. Under these rendition it make a thick stand with n hort growth but the yield t much heavier when the crop I seeded on good soil. pas-tur- le In ipite of the fact that the aver age poultry' flock will average at least 120 egg a hen during one year If The most useful of nil librnric Is given proper caro and attention, and a man's thinkcry. In most case considerably more than Tho only thing that is worse than that, the 1920 census (how that the average yearly production of the n flat Joke is one that is (latter. Kentucky hen is CO egg. J. It. At least one thing can be said in Smith, College of Agriculture. B. 8. 8. Giro You An Ao(fllo Hklat men rrmn ts slrorlr trrat the skin. liotllc of H. 8 H will prove to roil Mli.il It hanwniit In U'ur likxul. HH.C ansor -- It ilrlrM Is a seleiilifie I kaxl nut tho Impurltlra hl li tauae rema, rntli, pimptr. I101U, l.lv kh''1, trtlrr, Mntrlits mil (trier fchin eruption. When thes.i Imp r ll am driven out, jou tatri stun sevrnl vrrr tiles tlilnjrt Y' r Hps turn fiimi I np:wniii2 spurs.!", your 1ur tau-tlfu- L rlears. It rwilciK.i Your face loo! IAe Mat nf a . rrflne-- l ruJ'ljr, protpniHi, wniii. Ktntlrman. tr If you are tmr eimtHe."n lt'mi the real klna a.trolrew. H.S.H. that the whole vorlj I nbai a p.wf"l It buit.lt mw ami more tiloo.1 ifllt. That'a rrliy It fills out sunken rhrrkt, honr neekn, thin limbs, Iilps tecaln lost flrrh. It rot It little to barn this lispprtl to rou. K. U. H. II soM nt alt Ini stores. In two sties. Tho Urgcr ttio 1 tbo uoro economical. A nt-ural- l" Lt i'i weil-fol- 111. tjr llcCUrt Ntwipttxr Sjmlll. Helen knew, wtutt all Mnryllle wat ii) I n if. She smiled sadly and a bit grimly ns the thought nf It. Slie wondered what they unuld say If they muld reinl tier mind and her Intention". "How In the world will Helen get ulong without Andrew)" Tlint tn the mini ami siiliitnnce of I lie gem-ru- l roniliieiit. Mhe knew. Sli" uImi knew what no one ! bad vwr stlM"-clei- l that Andrew llnncn had been to her a benellcent tyrnlit. .N'eer In tho long leu jenrs of lier married life had the hid her own way, even though It was only the question of n new hut or gown. She had been ti proud to rontldo In anyone, so her Utile world hud nln)s summed the Munition up as that of a better Judgment taking tin guidance. Now Andrew was gone. lie trail, to ever) body' surprise, left In n will all liN property to his wife mid had iiiiute her executrix. With more, or lest bitterness, Helen lut wondered lit thlx tnrdy net of confidence. She had never had n dollar lit n lime III her wedded life to cull her own, and now nil the uroney, nil the land, whs hers to lo with a she e 1 ter how preciation of values. A pampered and child can never really experience those joys nnd pleasures that are the birthright of childhood. You will not regret it if you require your children to earn their money nnd thjn to save a part of it. Teach thorn thrift. Let them open an account with us. We'll be glad to have them call at any time. over-Indulged cesser 4 PER CENT ON TIME AND SAVINGS POSITS. DE- The Garrard Bank & Trust Co LANCASTER. KY. We sell travelers Cheques, which nre good in the UnUed States and nil foreign countries. ti-l'ilMe- tn favor of bootleg booie. It ! sel- Flighty farms out of every 100 in dom found in dirty bootleg. lt Kentucky are reported as having at leH a few dairy cow. Farmers have learned that the cream check All the gap in the farm income and that a cream i sold, the land become richer in fertility. J, J. Hooper, College ef Agriculture. There Is one common ground upon which we can all agree. That is our inalienable right to disagree. A wife, a kid, n dog, and n cat make a perfect quartette, but many husbands enumerate from the You, Mr. Man! If you could make a rive spot every time you kiM your If long ikirt arc worn for anoth wife you would speedily develop into er ten year the fellows will get back the most loving husband this world to the old exciting game of tnking'cm has ever produced. on faith. ' Executor's SALE AT 10 A. M. THE LATE J. D. NAVE'S TWO BABY FARMS OF 7 AND 11 ACRES EACH AND ALL PERSONALTY Saturday, Feb 25, As executors of the late J. D. Nave, wo will on the above date sell for the Hitfh Dollar thu following property: TRACT NO. 1. Located on Lancnstor'l'iko about four miles from Stanford. Contains 7 acres of fertile land, all lays well and all in khiss except the Harden. , Klek'ant live room cottage with double halls, spacious veranda and back porch, splendid cellar all in the pink of condition. Nice storeroom and all fixtures, blacksmith shop, barn and all necessary outbuilding. Cistern and well at ilw'idlintf ami cistern at blacksmith shop. Plenty of fruit of all varieties. ThiK Is choice property, ideally located, in fine neighborhood and splendid business stand. All buildings, etc. in A 1 repair. Possession of this place at once and exceedingly easy terms. TRACT NO. 2. Located about two miles from Stanford on the Lancaster Pike. Has nice four room cottaKe, two porches, new Karape and stable, well watered and fenced. This place contains about 11 acres. All lays well and u dandy little home and chicken ranch for some one. Possession df this propetty lit thirty days from date of sale anil easy terms. Two horses, one phaeton, milk cow, mowing machine, PERSONALTY: hay rake, spring wajron, some corn andhay, lot of tools, turning plow, house-- , hold and kitchen furniture, lot of chickens and other thing's too numerous to mention. The sale will be held on Tract No. 1. Terms on personalty $20.00 bankable ami under cash in hand and over this amount a ood something note. Look this out of the ordiproperty over and be convinced that we are ottering nary, well located, right size, etc. For full particulars see, write or phone either K. S. ALCORN, Attorney, or HUGHES & McCARTY or "I'll make them (I'ten their eyes," she thouk'tit, ns she stnrtetl for the vlllngv dreftMimkiT. "The will has given them ten days gossip, ami If I don't ghe them ten time ten. then I mini my gue that's nil!" The tillage ilrevninker was munition an artist In her line. "Not a speek of mourning," Helen began. 'Tor once in my life I'm going to choose what I please ntiil wear what I like." Then Innocently, mid (as far ns Helen eer knew) without guile, the dresv maker nke If Helen hud "heard the news lately" "Not n word." wn the reply; "I've been In retirement, mourning for Andrew, you know." ie," replied the Then. I don't dressmaker, "that you know that old 'Aunt Itetsy' Is going to the iMMirhoUie Monday? They do say," she proceeded, "that some one, no one seems to know Just who, that iimm! to make her nti allow ance, has stopt-i- l It, and slie ha no other friend. "And you remember young Adam? Well, he's n cripple, of course, but Jllt ii bright as they mnko them, mid he's levn attending school In hope of get ting an edurntlon nnd helping hi he' h widow maintain his mother big bnn of younger brothers nnd sisters; nml they do say, though how they know I can t say, that the same one who helpil obi Aunt lletsy has lvn nldlng him, nnd can't liny more, so he has to quit, nnd hi mother la broken- henrtetl over It. There's lots of more thing that this unknown has Uvn doing, and they do say It menn n lot of harm to the lllag as well as to some par tlcutar folks In It. Hut It can't be helpwl, ni 1 emi stv," she concluded with n depreentlng smile. Helen wulke homu with nn uneasy mlml. Mie legnn ti wonder who It wns thut had done so much mysterious gtxxl In the town mid tn tho townspeople, Somehow her Intended outlays seemed suddenly puerile ami paltry. She would go home und finish the Job of setting Andrew's pa'rn In order. Tmslhly this occupation would make her un cosines subside ami her dreams of rlotou living nnpenr In nit their orU'lnnl glitter and slow. She hopiil mi. nt nny rnte. Uite thnt cwrilni: the little dress maker nediil n note tlmt mnde her ejes dniHV with dellghL It wns brief. but light to the point. "Do not get the guwW I onlereil. think, nfter nil, I will wenr black for u whllev" Seasonal Tips Income Tax Facts men, truck gnrdners, Farmers, rangers, herders, dairyvineyard and orchard owners, and other food producers must compute their net nnd gross incomes for 1921 and aiccrtain whether nn income tax return, or a All gains, tax, or both nre due. profits, and income derived from the Nile or exchange of farm products, whether produced on the farm or purchaied nnd resold, must be includmethod. ed in gross income. When a farmer Those who will have not made out exchange his products for groceries, their orders for garden seeds already clothing or other merchandise, the will profit by doing so at once. fair market value of such goods must Knough seeds should be ordered from be included. Profit received from some liable house to last thru-o- the saU of farm land, or rent rethe season. The best seeds arc ceived for the use thereof, must be included. cheapest in the end. In determining income, upon which notation of crop is as Important the tax is aesed, the farmer may In the garden as it Is in the use of deduct from gross income all necesfield crop. Plan your garden this sary expenses incurred in the operyear so that you will not have the ation of hi farm during the year fame vegetable growing on the same 1021. These Include cost of cultiground that it did last year. vation, harvesting, and marketing of I his crops, cost of feed and fertilizer The most useful garden Is the one used, amount spent in repairs to farm that has a succession of crops thru-o- buildings (other than the dwelling) the season. This plan will necesand to fences nnd machinery. Wage sitate several plantings of early vege paid to farm hands arc deductible, tables such as radishes, onions and but not wages paid t a domestic peas. servant, which is a personal expense. As an aid to farmers, the Bureau Save time and labor and keep down the weed easier this year by plant- of Internal Revenue hns prepared a ing the garden seeds in long rows. special form, 1040F, for receiving This allows the use of a wheel culti- sales of live stock, produce, and a vator or even a horse cultivator in summary which must bo attached to some cases. Ileds of lettuce, onions the individual return of income and expenses. and radishes, are out of date. An unmarried or widowed farmer Leave a place in the garden thl or one living apart from his wife year for spinach as It Is one of the must file an Individual return for moit healthful vcgctabl? thnt can 1021 if his net income for 1021 was be grown. It is a quick maturing $1,000 or more, or if his gross Incrop and will furnish n large amount come was $5,000 or more. If marof green. For early greens, plant ried and living with his wife on Dethe lat of March. Gardener nt the cember 31, 1021, a return must be College of Agriculture say the Vic- filed if his net income was $2,000 or 0 toria, Hioomsdale or Xew Zeland are more, or if his cross, income was jjood varieties for Kentucky. or more. During late February and early March is the time to start the war on Insect. by rnklng up and burning all trash In the garden. Many ser-lointecti arc harbored in thl trash during the winter nnd early ipring. If it Is not cleaned up until later in the season, they arc already active and cannot be destroyed by this iK-cut ut $5,-00- For Gardeners I 1 4 jet. wn nnd Hint Adfim will have his rhnncv." In which conclusion time showed she aggravating sometime. I wn pretty sure If Helen ever found out all tlie good he did, nnd In secret, too, never onn letting his left hand know what the other wns handing out, shu'd change her mind nnd her opinion. "I mther think," she concluded, "thnt Aunt ltety won't go to the iioorhoue "She found out." thought tin little woman smilingly. "She' found out tlint Andrew, like most of u hnd good ixdnta nt well n had ones, though I have tn admit that he could Ih pretty Lexington Florida Royal Palm Lv. Danville At. Chattanooga. Ar. Atlanta Florida Three Through Trains Daily correct. Ohio Special lli-tOA.- LEWIS NAVE AN0 WEBB KELLEY, Cel. Executors J. D. NAVE On' isroii, turning the cm nk of the machine, tqicrate II. sewred. Machln That Will Tl Package. g The departments In the big stores will be brought to a point of high eltlclcncy should the innchlne reivntly come Into common ue. The machine Is attached to n table on which the bundle to le wrapped plncvd. One arm of the machine turn I lie bundle while another nmi containing the smmi of string revohes aniund It. When the bundle Is properly confined by the string, tho hitter I curried to the knot tier when the knot Is tied mid the string Is biindle-wruppliihuniUe-wrappHr-fect1 New-l,eade- Ar. Macon EX. ,, 12:20 A.M. Ar. Jaeluonvllli. . .. 7:55 A.M. rullm&a Sleeping Cars and Coachc to Jackson III. I)inkt Car Serving All MciU. . ....... iC.T.) 920A.M. 3:40 P.M. 8:40 P.M. k '4 Ar. CruttanooM . 620 P.M. , C.T.) . Ar. Atlanta . .11:20 P.M. r. macon tfc.1.) ...3:05A.M. r. jacsMinviii . ...11:30A.M. luUman Sleeping Car and Coache 10 Jacksonville, lnnfiig Car Seninj All Meal. 1 Sutvancc River Special Ar. Chattanooga Ar. Atlanta Ar. Macon Ar. Tampa , l.v. uantma ........, . . . , .. C.T.) . .(E.T.) ,. , , He. eland . OF WILL OF Famel rullnun Slecpinj Car and Cowhe to Tampa, St. FMmbura Ar. Sirawla (C. TJ CrUU Tla.. . Ar. uearwater Petersburg Ar. BraJ.Btewn . ..,.. IK. 11 143P.M. 6:30 AM. 11:23 AM. 3:10 P.M. 5:55 A.M. n ArSt. .... ... am 8;jo .. 772S"Xm'! f' (VU M. TJ IMMSTlM. Ttant) J. 1. Dinwiddle on the BlocW. STANFORD, KENTUCKY. "It take u pretty good man to become fumous." "I don't know. Many n man In reached U pinnacle of fame who ha never been uhove uplclcii I" Way-ld- e DintotCariSmtof For ticket, l.eplng All Meal. cr reservation or other Inform lion, pp!y to Ticket Ajent or Tnlc. The Central Kecoru. L.rin easier, I Ky., Thursday, Feb 23, 1922 ' ' SUNFLOWER IS FOUND SUPERIOR AS SILAGE lo The Tobacco Growers Japanese Csey te Pronounce, punishment were If adequate Of Names. Jp.itice Is one nf the easiest Ian. promptly Inflicted In every caso there "Toogood I a name Impossible to giintcs of the world lo pronounce. would aoon be no occasion for pun llvo up to," remarks a contemporary. How different Is "d.ipllttle. Boston Most nf the words end In vowels nnd ishment. none of the consonants offr any dim Tmncrlpt! . . 'Recommended (or Use Whcro Corn Cannot Be Grown. Dairy Farmers In Oregon Counties Discover They Can Reduce Cost of Many Production Materially Silos Ouilt. I Tobacco Seed I have some Cross Standing Hurley Tobacco Seed for sale, $1.25 per of Garrard, Lincoln ft Adjoining Counties i ounce. Paint Lick, T. L. Kclley, H. F. D. No. 2. The receiving plnnts of the Hurley Tobacco Association at Lnncaster will Growers' handle crop numbers 518 TO 696 INCLUSIVE. FOR THE WEEK STARTING FEBRUARY27th WATCH THIS PAPER EACH WEEK FOR YOUR NUMBER. AH those holding these numbers must phone , between the hours of 8 A. M. and Lancaster So five P. M for DEFINITE DATE FOR DELIVERY. DO NOT BRING tobacco before being given n DEFINITE DATE, as we cannot receive it unless you have been given A DATE FOR DELIVERY. Bring your tobacco ON THE STICK. BO-"- I llox 14(1. Shoes slightly worn of high grades of AtrKttllur III states where certuln districts are repaired ready to wear for women high In elevation, so that com cannot and children. Call and see them, he grown In stitllcleiit quantities to and get your girls school shoes. make It n feasible sltnge crop, the I lilJ. J. Thompson, at the ( Agriculture ted Htates Department Ilrummett Property next to (Jar- recand the stnte ceriment stations rani Tobacco warehouse. ommend sunlbiwers for silage. lp to n short time ago there were no sunlbiwers, nor, In fact, imy silos In eastern Oregon counties, but through the i trrpr Shoes! Shoes! kr It" t'aiirf SUIm ) I)r.tm,il Sweet Clover And Honey one-hal- BURLEY TOBACCO GROWERS ASSOCIATION JOHN M. FARRA, Mnnagbr, Leaf Dept., Lancaster. Nerve (or Taxi Driver. Order Out ef Confusion. on th." highways One of Washington's most vnluable In Pari", taxi'-nbcross each other without relaxing characteristics was the faculty of speed and often miss each other by Bringing oracr out or confusion. Inches. It Is mill that each driver de- Hawthorne. pends upon the other to retain his That Inborn Lonalna. lie rre. There Is no Inborn lousing that may Would Have to Walt. not be rninileii. i iiiink that Is as "No. Algy. I cannot marry you for a certain as the forgiven of sinwhile." "Why." "I was down to the George JiacDonald. today nnd the wedding gifts Jeweler" wero dreadfully picked over." Detroit To Clean Black Goods. Km. I'rus. Ilruh the material well to remove all dust. If stained, spongo the stnlns with n solution of nmmonln. Bridge Cable Woven In Place. Then cable of the make a solution of irone ten or coffee. The elchteen-lneBrooklyn bridge was woven In place. brush or sponge ttie goods well with It, and dry In th hmte It would have lven practically hoist it to Its present position when complete Why Should They? The Ilefnrmer "Do you think that Optimism That Count. statesmanship In thl country Is on The Politician "Sly The optlmUm that counts moat Is the decline!" the optlmUm nf strong hearts, willing noy. no statesman In this country decline anything." Guidon hands and roi heads, rather than thnt would of the noly hoys who shout "Anion" Weekly Telegraph. and "Unllylnlnh" nm iln iw work. s h Lemmas Day? day. The August 1st N origin of Ijimniustlile Is Indefinite, but the word signifies the realisation of s of the earth, and more the particularly 'hat "f '!" grain harvest. died, have body shipped home." flrst-frult- hereby given by the maof Masonic nrtlvltles of the county agents of the lluilding Association, resolved that with the the Hoatd of Directors of said department, close Its business as proState Agricultural college, the ue of sunflowers has become quite wide- vided by law nnd Is hereby done. spread. Demonstrations nre being carMasonic Building Association, ried oil In Uike, Morrow and Umatilla J. It. Hasoldcn, Pres. s- counties. John M. Farm, Sect, Dairy farmers In Wallowa county who fed sunflower sltnge last year found they could reduce their cost of production very materially. There are In Re TO silos In Wnllowu county this year. B. S .Ruble, Assigned Four years ago there were but three. A thousand acres of sunflowers were Notice Is hereby given that the planted this yenr In the county. In spite of unfavorable senson In 11C.U. when undersigned, as assignee of IJ. S. much of the crop was not harvested i)t Itublc, will sit to receive claims all, or harvested too late to make good against said estate at ten o'clock A. ensilage. Kxtcnslon workers feel that M., on the 2Sth. day of February, this Is a favorable indication of the ap- 1922, In the office of the Hank of preciation of the crop on the pnrt of Ilryantsvillc, In Oarrard County, Wallowa county stockmen. Five or sis grown In Dechutes Kentucky. All persons having claims hundred ucres were county, where orders for seed were against said estate will present them, properly verified, at the above nam tooled. ed time and place. Instructions. It. P. Brown, Purine the war a soldier was SUNFLOWER SILAGE IS HEAVY 111 Assignee of B. S. Huble. at a base hnsnltnj nnd his anxious mother sent htm n telegrntn Silos That Have Proved Satisfactory rending like this; "Let me know how With Corn Crack at Additional you nre getting nlone. If yon hnve Pressure. Sunflowers Grown for Silage. f! Why sow red clover, when you can f the buy sweet clover for price, which Is better. Special sacrlft-e- d seed direct from grower. Prices nnd circulars free. Alio prices on JOHN' A. SHKKHAN' pure honey. II. I). So. 4 Falmouth, Ky. JsBi Notice Of Dissolution To whom It may concern: Notice Is jority of stockholders Estate Of cullies, Chief Requisite for Success. To Step Mine Fires. Kxperlence shows thnt success Is A new method of checking Are In due less to ability than to tsl. Th winner Is he that gives hlmslf. to mines Is by means of Nixes of ftti-- , ruck his work, body anil sould Oiarlea dust suspended nrrwss the roof of tint tunnel. Any shock due to nu explo. Buxton. sion Is sufficient lo cause them to break 8ays Uncle Cben. away from tlielr supirta, and the "Satan don't hab to work very bant finely divided dust falls Into the pastempln n lot of us pore sinners,' sage and prevents the flames from said Uncle Kben. "All he has to do spreading. Is to nnnniince his nttlce hours an' hnb us stnndln' In line." Arlta, Japan, Noted for Porcelain. The porreiain produced at Arlta, The Thumb. Just ns the chin elves nunlltles to Japan. Is mmh noted for Its artistic the fare, so the thumb marks the per finish ami durability, ami Is made of the while day Litmtn ns kaolin, exsonality of the hand, and Is an unerring index of a man's natural strength tensile deposits of which are found In the vlrltilly Pottery works In Arlta er weakness nf rbornrier have been In existence since the Sixteenth century Arlta l In the westProgressive Happiness. ern mrt of the Island of Klushlu Mankind Is always happy for bar. north Inr been happy t o that If you make about !H inllf railway of Nagasaki, with connection. men happy now, you make them hnn-- which It lias py twenty years hence by the memory Finds an Aid. The Htr-- t of the experience. Sidney Smith. k4 way lo church The m i when be n i 'it. ineceper. "Ah," Page Nebuchadnetiar. Is it. my frlrliil, said tlM' r- - ii)r that every true Pickle icker 1 'i at church T" American must tsst a Hello every two that .. .i ejaitkotr, "you weeks. In that ease. Imn's the hay "Well." aat to awko your mnrkrtT We ibui't want t ! put to see. sir . I --Ml'!.... ., .1.. the necessity of eating n lile of Iwy mM siwriity. "Well, WeaMt" the lo establish our Americanism. Toledo It maLI a .rii.ir Him f mi. vim Blade cntue lii ihuo ii simm of tlx1 other would gti imnihins;!' Indoii Motit Paradise Fish. tng IVst. found In Among the paradise (1)1 nn. the male Mn roiM4e until n The Start of Divorce. sticky froth floats tm tlte stirfnee of The HM trluiltle ptvple held that the water; to the imderurfnee of this rrpwMate tits wife at as they a hiltlmnd be transfers the egsps as are tald. guarding them from destruc- will. This was graduslly modified, till for epnrathHt-- . nHiM be obtained tion by his mte cauie. The livana; uf eses ralne to Deware Snap Judgment. be a fansti.ii f the csmrts, ami law till a Uve without dlstlrwtlen. without crew hsmI r.,:rA thesaM-lv- e proerHStltmtloti. lavish It upon the Hvtnl iliurce laws was poor, where It Is easy; especially npon fruwi-d- . ut, i eoart to handle the rich w!h often need It most; most the ntimi real tttorcv cswrt of all. upon our equals, where It Is was eii'ii-hti Kiiftainl by act of very dlfm-uli and for whom. perbss, imrllanwiit Bxehnnge. we can do the bust nf all. h.-1 rt '! n-- li. n.. . t. serl-rmsl- v Poetry and Reality. It Is one of th misfortunes of progress that the tMwti of Lalla It not, h Is not In Kashmir vale, by "the crystal pools of Shallmnr," but close to one of the rumbling little rattroadt that are modernizing Hindustan. Of course, the daughter nf Auraugreh does not lie there, but It Is no pootlml locntlon for even a legendary tomb New York liveof such a heroine ning 1'ost. Hunters Beware We positively will net permit fox hunting or ImnUng of any character or trespassing on ocr farms. Any vielators will be persecuted J. S. Schooler, Wgar Price. W. A. Price, Joe Cnicillls, T. J. Price, It, L. Klkln. II. M. Lear. It. - Barker. (Other names will be added upon the payment of 25 rents) (tf.) I- Snowbirds. Several species nf hlnls that nre associated with snow aro given this name, n the uncn nnd snow hunting. These birds rear tlielr young In Hum mer In nests much the same as other bird. Receiving and Giving. Thorn's a vast difference, between gratitude for blessings enjoyed, nnd for privilege to help others to have what they should hnve. It's exactly the difference lietwcen receiving nnd Realistic Cook. In "Mayfalr nnd Montmartro" Italph Nevlll tells of an old nobleman who said of his cook : "She Is one with a great reverencu for the Old Testa tnent, who ought to bo at n parson's. She glories In sending up either a burnt offerlnir or n hlrmds sacrifice -- jiving. Antiquity of Honey. Iloney Is probnbly the roost ancient and honorable of all sweet foods. Its pedigree Is older than the pyramids. Pythngor' famous recipe for longevity was: "Kat nothing on your bread hut honey." Do You Do ItT Retainer Progressed. Description of nn old retainer was given by Disraeli In the course of a conversation with Sir Philip Itose: "For the first five years Itaum wns with me I found him a most excellent servant: for the next Ave years be was a fnlthful and Interesting friend; nnd for the Inst five jenrs he has been u most Indulgent twister." A round umionry tower designed to form n pnrt of .twist defense Is railed Martello Towers. a Mnrtello tower, being so named for Its Inventor. The orlglnnl Martelto Certain human cxpreInns, such as tower was situated In the Gulf of Han the baring of the teeth In rage and the Florenzo, Corsica. These liecame bristling of the hnlr under the Influ- popular nbout INK), but their use has ence of extreme fear, have been put In most rnsin bit-discontinue! lung forward by scientists as pnfs of ngu, ns they wero found to be of tnau's descent from nnlmnU. little practical value Insects Cause Small Loss. It Is said Insects cause a loss of $100.000.000 annually In the United States, but that's a mere bagatelle compared with the os caused by stupidity and Indolence. human Houston 1'ost. The Wide Spaces. Th air was very cl nr nnd crystal line. The lighthouses on the ends of the twin piers, though some miles distant, seemed clov ut bund. White herring gulls, crul. Itig against the blue, flashed white ns tlio sails, of a distant ship. A fresh breexe darkened the blue velvet surfuco of the water, tumRather Saddening Thought. When we entne to think It over, only bled the white foam hbulng up the a few of us have done the best we beach, blew forward out the dunea could In what we. hnve undertaken. a flno hurrying mist of sand, and bore And only thoe of us who have honest- to Orde at last the refreshment f ly tried to do our best hive much sat- the wide spaces. Stewart Kdward Whit... isfaction with what we i ite done. "Kurt wpfrhts for a cubic foot of sunflower ahlLuge hnve not been accu rately determined, but speaking from general observation, sunflower silage heavier than corn uelrhs sllugo per cubic foot of silo capacity," says Charles I. Hrny or ttie Agricultural college at Fort Collins. "For this reason, some silos that have proved satisfactory with corn silage have cracked under the pressure of suntlow, er silage. "Wo saw one recently 50 feet high that had two bad cracks in It after fllllne with sunflowers, mid were told of several more. For this reason, silos should be exceptionally well reinforced where sunflowers are to imi ustu "There should In- - no danger with t silo. The pres un ordinary sure on the wnlls or tnu sno increases 11 nounds ier souare foot of wall depth of corn surface for each silage. At 40 feet deep this would be 140 nounds tiressure with corn Mlage This might mean almost OX) imunds pressure at the bottom of 40 feet of sunflower slluge." one-thirwell-buil- L. TEATER AND HASELDEN BROS., BIG COMBINATION SALE OF fit LIVE STOCK, FARMING IMPLEMENTS AND AUTOMOBILES AT THE W. L'LAWSON FARM, ON FALL LICK PIKE, A MILES FROM LANCASTER, KY. RIGHT RULES FOR CONCRETE Posts, Blocks, Floors, Troughs, Etc, Can De Made by Following Simple Rules. SATURDAY, MAECH 4', 1922 AT TEN O'CLOCK A. M.f WE OFFER FOR SALE THE FOLLOWING TO WIT: One live yuar old black marc, lady broke and ircntle to drivo: one three rey mare; one two year old black mare; two ponies; one black pony lour years out, trenue Ior cniuircn; one uay pony, two years old, broke to ride. Seven mare mules, extra jrood nnd jikcs ritrht; one pair coiiiIiik three year olds, horse mules, unbroke; one pair ood horse mules, G nnd 7 years old; one trrey horse colt, two years old, broke to ride; one two year old sorrel mule; one three year old Grey KaKle horse, one of Garrard's best; about ten head of extra ood milk cows and calves, also some to lo fresh; four yearliiiK heifers ami two ycarlinjr steers, one Yearling Hereford bull. One herd of Registered Aberdeen Aiikuh cows and heifers; one Aberdeen Aiikus Hull. These are Kentucky's best and will make blue ribbon winners; one sow and pijrs; one Duroc sow, weight U00 pounds, to farrow in April; three Poland China boars; three extra K'ood Duroc boars, not subject to roL'ister: twelve Poland China irilts. subject to register, welirh about l'Jfi nounds wich nml in lm sold in pairs; several good Hampshire gilts, subject to register, several stock shoats; 22 good ewes and two gooil UUCKS, two to iour years out. One Studebaker wagon; one International Engine, 8 horse FARMING IMPLEMENTS nowor. mounted on trucKs: one to norse iiowur, iiagHii rwigiue, mounted on trucks; nm Kuril. son Tractor; one corn Cutting Machine; one Cultipacker; one John Deer Hiding plow ;ono steel fodder wagon; one double set of work gear; one Deering Hinder in. -good order; one 14 . ts sat. tooth cultivator; one Vulcan plow; two .Mowing niacnines; donn ueere Hay rake; One Steel Holler; one Kentucky whent drill; Spring tooth Cultivator; three Ilrown Manly cultivtor;i Section harrow; four double shovel plows; John Deere Corn planter; wheat drill; corn sheller; cutting box; two double Disc cutting harrows; one horse corn planter; Kruzler , ltoad can; iwo uuggies aim narnetKi-- puny iuii mm iiiiriivaa, iiouuie sei oi itarnesjand pole. One Cheverlet Touring car; one Oakland touring car; onU 1U18 AUTOMOBILES touring; one Dixie Flyer touring; una used Ford, with Htarter; one Ford tourinir, without starter; one Ford Roadster, 1010 model; one Ford Truck, nearly new. Also some household and kitchen furniture and many other things too numerous to HOOSIEE I hnve SILO'S the Agency for this splendid and popular SILO FOR GARRARD COUNTY and am prepared to make satisfactory prices. The Silo iH the best investment n farmer can make, especially if he kepes a few dairy cows. $100.00 PER ACRE FOR CORN CAN BE MADE VIA SILAGE AND DAIRY COWS. fiwid concrete for tHista, blocks. made by floors and troughs can l observing a few slmplu rules. Use cement that has liven Kept ury. Use clean sand and gravel or crushed rock. Measure the cement, sand und gravel In the proper pnutortloiis. , Mix the cement und sand thorough-lythou udd the gruvtl and mix thor- oughly. l'lnce the concrete immiiiiutiijr, and tamp thoroughly. Protect from freezing for two uajs, or from drying for four ''"J- It U ioor economy to try to sine ny not using the proper amount of cement In the mixture, ine luuor. forms, sund und gravel cost ns mucl for u lean, weak mixture, which will not bo permanent, a they do for a rich mixture which Is suited to the place where It is to be used und which give, ut a slight additional cost for ceiiieut, both permanence und satis- year old black mare; one two year old LIVESTOCK a a a t. .at one-hor- se faction. FOWLS SUBJECT TO DISEASE Chickens Should Be Properly, Fed, Sheltered and Kept In Oood Sanitary Condition. Chicken that are not sheltered' and fed and kept In sanitary condition are subject to disease which may exteud to the neighbors' flocks. The farmer stock In horse who like pure-breund cattle uud hogs, needs pure-brechickens to match them. It speak well for him to keep everything In stock from well bred line. d d Old-mobi- lo We have both Wood Stave and Tile Brick. Call or write All sums of $20 and under, cash Hi hand; Terms: months, bankable note bearing 0 per cent interest. over that amount credit of Mix j.:a. roqers BRYANTSVILLE, KY. L. TcATtn HAStLUtN BROS 'Auctioneers, W. T. King and A. T. Scott. Free dinner on the grounds.