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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): May 11, 1922 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1922 cen1922051101_sn86069201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): May 11, 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. 2 SECTIONS 16 PAGES THIRTTITH1PD YKAR THE CENTRAL RECORD. LANCASTER, KY.t THURSDAY AFTERNOON. MAY ROLLY SIMPSON MANY TOPICS I SECTION 1 8 PAGES NUMBIR S. I. 1922. DECORATION DAY y, BABY WELFARE JAMES EROBINSON Dies at His Home nooga After Illness Six In NEW HIGH RATE Hard Blow To Breeder And Stock Men Farm Oureau Federation Sends Out Disease Application for membership from Kelly Slmpion, white, of Breaddus Call For Cattle Raisers lo Mr! Al Yelton, new agent of the L. given a preliminary The IJaby Welfare Conference In, Branch, was In these beautiful balmy days of Prominent Manufacturer of That City Get Busy & N. Railroad, received and accepted. bursting, the Circuit Court Room of the Court hearing before U. S. Commissioner spring, whrn buds an Important communications from V. S. Lawwitl at Danville Saturday ausplants are blooming anew and the House In Lancaster, under the The news of the death of James LOCAL ORGANIZATION ACTIVE General Manager Starks, and air I filled with the vret fragrance pices of the Garrard County Chap- jti a charge of conspiracy to operate Smith of the L. & N. Rail- B. Robinson at his home In ChattaAfter hearing Red Cross wilt a moonshine still. family of blossoms and the musical notes ter of the American The Kentucky Farm Bureau Federroad were read with interest. Also nooga, came as a shock to the all nature Is joining to be held June lit., 2nd., and 3rd. testimony of a number of witnesses letters from Senator A. O. Stanley Tuesday morning, his death having ation Is sending out notices to Its of song-bird- s found him focu our attention upon the fresh-n- This was determined by the Execu- Commissioner I.awwlll and Richard P. Ernst in Washington, occurred at elght'o'clock, following a friends of a heavy increase In freight of the new lift springing up on tive Committee at a meeting held guilty of operating the still and of D. C. Invitation from the U. S. six months critical Illness of Bright' rates on live stock which Is to go Into all allies of ut. It Is at the end of last night and already the Confer- conspiracy with other to operate a Junior Chamber of Commerce to at- Disease. His death was not unex effect June 1st. The bulletin la spring when we have enjoyed thU ence I the talk f the county and still and fixed his bond nt $5,000 to tend the annual convention June 15th pected to those who were near and headed "Read this and then get busy spectacle of awakening new life with town as a new proof of the value to await trial at the Lexington term of to 16th., at Indianapolis, Indiana. dear to him, who many week ago and act." The bulletin gives a comIts Inspiring and reassuring Influence the County Red Cross Community federal court, June 12th. parison of rates on live stock from A special Committee on Rase Rail felt that the end was not far off. Deputy Sheriff J. T. Hicks, testiupon our belief in life after death, Work. James B. Robinson was born In various points to Louisville and what reported encouragingly. Supt. E Uncles and fied that he, John Montgomery, Mothers, Fathers, that In order to Impress upon us the C. Gaines of the Baptist Sunday ! Lincoln county, near Hubble, April the new- - rates will be. The bulletin debt of thanksgiving and gratitude Aunts of the little ones are enthusi- deputy marshal and Allen Morris, de- School announced the organization of 7th., 1867, and was the oldest son of says In part: that we owe our creator for endear- astic over the work and a large at- puty sheriff, went to Simpson'. home n team, and Asst. Supt. C. M. Thomp- the late James Robinson and Mrs A new schedule ot rates on live ing us with these evidences of Im- tendance Is assured. Luncheon will about six miles from Lancaster last son of the Christian Church Sunday Robinson. He was an honor gradu stock for all territory south of the Saturday morning and found a 20 mortality, and in order to give articu- be served by ladles of the Woman's School anticipated their team would ate of Transylvania, and at one time Ohio river and east of the Mississippi late expression to the reverence, hon- Club on the first and second days gallon iron kettle, a furnace ,and SO be ready for action within the next thought seriously of going into the river hut just been Issued by the railyears roads, effective June 1st., 1922. or and devotion which all of us feel only, as the first day Is to be devoted gallons of mash In ahollow forty few days. Director Swinebroad de- ministry. About twenty-fiv- e for those who have given their live to babies under one year old and the yards from Simpson's house. In an clared the Methodist Sunday School ago he moved to Chattanooga and or- These rates will be In operation on as a sacrifice upon the battle fields second day to babies between one and upstairs room It) the house the team was being selected and Drs. ganized a large manufacturing plant, all shipments of live stock from all n also found five of honor In order to create, preserve, two years old. The third day will points In Kentucky, regardless of Kinnaird and Prof. Boyd assurred the known as the American Manufacturand augment the glory and greatness be devoted to the inspection or un- Jars full of moonshine and in the others that the Presbyterian aggrega- ing Company, and by close applica- whether the shipment Is wholly withn of their nation that there has been dernourished and otherwise defec- barn behind the house a tion would put nn athletic team In tion, he lived to see the fruits of his in the state or to a point outside The furnace .ft apart a day In each year May tive children over 2 years old. Doc- - Jar of malt. been operated, where the the field which would meet all re- labor grow by leaps and bounds, and the state. Every producer of live it was 30th., as a National legal holiday tors and nurses will be in attendance still had today is one of the foremost Indus- stock In Kentucky will therefore, be quirements. for the decoration of the graves of jas well as ladles prominent in com-o- brought out, was located on the propThe Business Men's Association, tries of this magic city. At the time affected by these rates. munity work in the county, who have erty of the Willis Turner heirs, soldier dead. The increase of freight charges on of which Wm. Mason was made of his death he was its sole owner Simpson's place. Arthur Decoration Day should bring to gladly volunteered their services, and proprietor. live stock to the Louisville Stock Miller, a neighbor of Simpson, said Chairman, were still unable to make eyeryone a feeling of reverence and This welfare work will be worth He Is survived by his widow, two Yards alone will mean an increase ot a definite report that the serving of of gratitude for those who have ' many times its cost as many mothers Simpson had admitted to him that refreshments on May 20th., was po! sons, Harry and William and two over $600,000 annually which will given their full measure of devotion j who will bring their babies to this he owneil the still and was operating tively assured Some m.rnnt. ,n.t daughters, Sarah and Mary Robinson. f have to be paid by farmers who ship Sa,1,e to our country's cause; should irwrll conference, thinking that they are it but had promised, to remove it from business men are still to Louisville. There is no way of determined to H, mother each of u with pride at the brave well, may find when an examination that section. )... ,1,.. Lincoln, and three sisters, Mrs. Annie estimating what the total figures will male th ,.int n ..irr n loyalty which their sacrifices express, by the Doctor is made that there is the Hurley Association distributes its "Pomb, of Missouri, Mrs, Wllllam be to Kentucky farmers If we attempt BOLD ed. On this day, May 30th., each of something seriously wrong which can to Include shipments from Kentucky second checks, and these patriotic Tcwmey, of Boyle and Mrs. Lcla us should resolve to renew gur al- - be righted by proper treatment. of Lincoln. Three broth- farms to Cincinnati, St. Louis, Chica citizens indicated a willingness to in Uglance and loyalty to this country Ilnng the babies into this conference. Knter. Hascldun Garage and crease their donations in order to ers, Messrs. J. A., John C. and J. E. go and other points. and to its democratic institutions. Those under one year June 1st; and The three The Southeastern Livestock Assoc!- raise a sufficient amount to make the Robinson also survive. Steal Handsome Car It is but titting and proper that we those from one to two years old on latter attended the burial which took atoin with which the Kentucky Farm event a certainty. should decorate the graves of our June 2nd., and those older than two Bureau Federation is cooperating, Some time near twelve o'clock The Highway and Transportation place at Chattanoga today. on June 3rd. ami have them weighed, dead patriots as a symbol of our The Chattanooga News has the fol- has filed a petition with the Inter-Stat- e last night, auto thieves entered the committees reported arrangements to the purpose of upbuild- measured and examined by compe- garage of Haselden Brothers and with the. city authorities who hove lowing concerning his business interCommerce Commission at ing and perpetuatng this govern- tent doctors. Remember that 39 H stole the handsome Lexington touring agreed to and utilize the old ests in that city and his manufactur- Washington, requesting them to susper cent babies out of every 1.000 ment. ing success: pend these rates pending a hearing car, the property of Messrs. D. A. Boone Way signs. The Heidal Sanford Tost of the die in Garrard county each year be- - Thomas and W. II. Ilurton. "Mr. Robinson came to Chatta- so that those interested In these new The meeting In Lexington on April 1 American Legion is planning to deco- fore they reach the age of five years. How the entrance was made has 26th., of the Dixie Air Line Asso- nooga in SOS from Middlesboro, and rates may be given a chance to show rate the graves of all soldiers on Sun By proper care this death rate can not been determined, but It looks as ciation was attended by three Lan started the American Manufacturing that. they arc confiscatory and unday, May 26th., buried in Garrard be greatly reduced. When your if a ladder had been Company in a ued in enter- caster delegates, and satisfactory I on lower Market 25x40 foot building necessary ond that they will seriously County, both those of men who fell .baby Is sick call the doctor as soon ing the second story window and the progress reported from street. The present cripple the livestock industry In the practically in previous was, as well as those as possible, give the little ones the lower doors opened acres Southern states . the inside. every Kentucky and Tennessee coun- plant covers one and one-hafrom wHo died In the recent war with of attention as they arc the fu In order that we may show the The car is practically new and ty to be traversed by this new Air and furnishes employment to a large many. It Is planning also to hold ture men and women, who will have was recently purchased by Commerce Commission the pres. Line. Inasmuch as Lincoln county force. He later acquired the con- Inter-Stat- e memorial services In honor of the charge of the atTainr of the county. ent owners from John Scott. It islhasa definite program for the ini- - trolling stock of the company. He that the farmers of Kentucky are dead at the Lancaster cemetery on If they grow- Into healthy manhood valued at $2,000. All cities within I provement of its portion, it was sug- - nest bought tr Bradford Joint united in demanding a suspension of the afternoon of Sunday, May 28th. and womanhood, who ran measure a distance of 100 miles have been gested that Garrard county give first """"""uring cwnpanj, oi iim these rates, we request every Farm the possibilities for the good they The Legion desires to have the notified and every effort will be made consideration to the section of the outh, Mass., and moved it to Chatta Bureau In Kentucky to send tele and of all other will do? Later he purchased the gram to C. C. McChord, chairman to recover the car and apprehend the road between the Lincoln county nooga. Committees from the Woman's guilty fraternal and memorial orders, who Owensboro, Ky. Shovel and Tool com- Inter-Stat- e Commission .Washington, parties if possible. There is line and the city limits of Lancas-n- o would like to take part In such a Club, who will assist in the work and clue at present. jter. President L. G. Davidson ap pany, and also moved It to this city. and to both of our U. S. Senators program. The citizens of Lancaster in next week's issue of the Central pointed Messrs. Chanp, Stormes, From time to time he acquired sev- at Washington and to the Congressand Garrard county will be asked to in next week's issue of the Central ZD Horses eral smaller concerns and added OUrned I O Famau and Dr. J. It. Kinnaird to take to the American Manufacturing them man from their respective districts, donate (lowers suitable for decorat- Record, by the President of the Club. com- requesting that Live Stock Tariff B. this matter up with the F;sca! Court. ing the graves and all are invited to Mrs. E. II. Ilourland. pany. He operated the only shovel Xo. 1, Inter-Stat- e Lexington Commerce Comthe memorial services to be held at plant in the south. Additional out- mission No. effective June 1st. GOOD the Lancaster cemetery. put ot the American Manufacturing which will increase all rates on live i. At Paint Lick the committee In Lightning struck a barn at the To Mark Clo3ing of High plant Included harness, saddlery and stock south of the Ohio river approxiThe Kxtension Department of the charge of decorating the soldier supplies, hardware and wire goods mately 87 per cent be suspended and Jockey Club track, Lexington, at 8 graves in that vicinity on the morn College of Agriculture is conducting o'clock Tuesday night School for refrigerators and stoves. that the farmers and producers be and in the fire a ,State Yeast Dread Raking Contest. ing of Sunday, May 28th., and to Mr. Robinson was a member of the granted a hearing before same is per. ,. ., e are very anxious to have Garrard that followed 20 valuable thourough-bred- s , On another page In this Issue will perished. Twenty of the hors- be found the program entire for board of governors of the manufac- mitted to become operative. work. " I""1 th.t tin,.. r. Mr T V tW.. .n.l v UM'" Telegrams should be sent by the es were owned by former Senator the closing exercises of the Lancas- turers' association for several years, Rev. W. P. Rogers; at Ilryantavllle, We are first conducting community and was active in the work of this County Farm Bureau from individual Johnson Camden, of Versailles, and ter Graded and High School Mr. Andy Crouchorn and Mr. Fred contests as follows: organization. farmers, all banks, live stock shippers Cal iluckeye, May 12th., at 2 o'clock; the remainder by hU trainer, it is teaming with interesting num Sutton will have charge of this decoMojave, one of the crack bers and the auditorium will doubt i He was a member and deacon of and eveyrone lese interested in this Manse, May loth., at Milam. rating in Rryantsville and Iluena Paint Lick and of the year, escaped f be packed at each entertainment the First Christian church, having af- matter. Be sure to send plenty of 2 o'clock; Lancaster, May 17th., at Vista neighborhood; on Sunday filiated with the church shortly after telegrams, the more the better. 2 o'clock; Rryantsville, May 21th, badly burned. The loss amounts to The Baccalaureate services will be morning May 28, Messrs. Urewer coming to Chattanooga. He was The bulletin also says the Voight several hundred thousand dollars. held next Sunday evening at eight widely Ijyton, Curtis Sanford, Robert Mea- at 2 o'clock. known, especially In manufac- Filled Milk Bill H. R. 80SG Is up for Rules for contest are as follows: o'clock. Rev. Robt. S. Boyd, pastor dow and Robert Hays will be in turing circles and was esteemed by action in the House of RepresentaRadio 1. Ilread must be baked in an of the Presbyterian church of Kansas a host of friends. charge. The plan of the Legion is tives next week .t Washington. oblong pan, about 0 inches by three .Messrs. W. II. Dickerson and U It. City will deliver the sermon. Piano to have the soldier grave out in the hile final funeral arrangements You are urged to telegraph your ConInches by three Inches. Bastin returned from Louisville last rcitat Monday evening. Class Day and one-hacountry decorated on Sunday mornnave not yet been completed, ser gressman to actively support this 2. Contestants must have made Monday, with the remainder of their exercises Tuesday morning. o ing and the memorial services and vices will probably be held from the bill. Several states have prohibited bread at least six times before local mencement exercises Thursday equipment, which they have en- -' decoration of the graves at the LanRidge at the sale of Filled Milk and Kentucky residence on Missionary over the store of J. E.Dicker-- 1 n:n- - Address to graduates by Dr. ten o'clock Thursday morning, with will soon be made a dumping ground caster cemetery to follow on Sunday contest. Social winners will compete In son and Son. F. Bush, of Lexington. Fri- - Dr. Claude E. Hill officiating, and j Berry afternoon. for this substitute for real milk. ,ht' Senior Class Play, entitled, The ariel was put in nlace several ' Any individual or organization county contest and must have made with Forest Hills cemetery as the Our cows cannot compete with bread nine times and county winners days ago and runs from the water "At Tne KnJ ot The Rainbow" will place that are interested in the above matof Interment." cows from the Pacific Isles. ter and we have every reason to feel compete in State Contest and have tower to the top of the store. These be rendered In three acts. that you should be, are urged to get made bread twelve times. House- enterprisnig gentlemen have "now one May Build wives who make bread for their of the latest things in this wonder- -' "'ST L&y t Springs in touch with the above named gen. regularly will have complied fut new discovery In Central Ken-- , Mr. James Smith, of Lancaster, tiemcn. Your suggestions will be families Senator Hasclden is making big with these regulations. Those who tucky and have the agency for Gar- - preparation highly appreciated. for the opening of Crab who own two very fine lots whlcit Taken Over by Hurley Tobacco are beginners will need more prac- rard county, representing one of the! Orchard Springs on June 1st, with a are on Maple nvenue and which will Association tice. The State Contest ends June largest firms in the United States, j dinner from 0 Woolly Sheep to 8, followed by the soon have the beautiful permanent 10th., 1022. The prizes offered are The public Is cordially invited to dance. The best of music is promts-thes- e streets down In front of them, Is The owners of the local tobacco Mr. Sam nallard, who lives In tho 'a, follows: demonstrations, especially in ' and a good time assured for all considering the erection of two hand-som- e warehouses closed deals during the Preachersville section of the county, 1st. Wvrk table with enameled the evening when the static con-- , dwellings, thereon. He would past week with the Hurley Tobacco who attend. It looks a If the Ken. .sheared four of his Shropshlro sheep top. dltions ure more favorable. A large , tucky Press will hold their find both ready sale for them, or Growers Association, last week that netted S2 pounds of 2nd. Set of Aluminum ware. enables one to hear from mer meeting at Crab Orchard and if renters in abundance. Danville Ad- whereby the later takes over these clean wool. This li an average of 3rd. Set of Pyrex ware. any part of the room, music, lectures, M Senator Haielden has promised to vocate. houses in Lancaster. The price paid 13 pounds to the sheep. Can anyCall Miss Joyce Sylcr for any etc., froia many of the large eastern "put the big pot in the little one" for the Garrard Tobacco Warehouse, one beat it? further information regarding the cities. and he usually does just what he Good Sign was $77,500.00; Planter and Grower contest. says. House, $50,000.00 and the Lancaster One of the best sign painters that Several important conventions will Warehouse, $4,000. Business Changes The date of the W. R. Kelley, was unamlously elecCom-!1- " thm during the summer. has struck Lancaster In many years, n Is William L. Fredrick, who blew In Two business changes of unusual pany's annual spring sale has been ted a director of the National Hank School Election here about two weeks ago and has of this city last week, to succeed interest took place this week. W. R. deferred until next week, May 10th. Sends had all he could do since. His work At the election of trustees of the A. It. Denny, deceased. The selec- Hall for many year one of the lead- This Is to correct an advertisement In renewing his subscription to shows for Itself and his prices are Lancaster Graded and High Sohool tion of Mr. Kelley Is an admirable ing grocermen of the city, sold his appearing in this issue of the Record, Mesir one and this splendid institution Is stock, fixtures, store room and good- announcing this event for May 12th. the Record, Mr. J. W. Ramsey, form- reasonable Indeed. Give him a trial; last Saturday afternoon, erly of this county, but now a resi- we did, and are pleased. Charley Thompson and Saurley to bt) congratulated upon hla election. will to Messrs. W. A. Dickerson and dent of Washington, Ind., expresses Hughes were elected without oppoA man of unusual business acumen, James II. Hamilton. Possession to Council Buys Oil WANTED: To do all kinds of sition. The selection of these two deep regret that he is unable to atpopular, and will prove a distinct as- be given at once. S. It. Este sold Prices right. The City Council closed with Tyler tend the G. A. R. Reunion at Stan- plain sewing. gentlemen is commendable, and the' set and aid to his associate on the his new grocery on Stanford atreet Dessle Estes and Lizzie Young, upon school is to be congratulated board. to Mr. Edwin Hubbard and the in- And Company, of Cincinnati, last Fri- ford this week. He tells us that he Hamilton Ave. securing their services. day evening, for the street oil to be enlisted at Stanford in 1801 In a will begin at once. voicing V. C. Burls? Tobacco Fertiliser for used during the summer. The price Lincoln county company, "Company PRIVATELY; My ground. Drill 200 lb. down the row Cow peas, Soy beans, Can seed, FOR SALE FOR SALE Extra good sanitary was 7tt cts. f. o. b. Lancaster and C," 19th. Kentucky Infantry. He ad notice tho difference. household furniture, Mrs. Jas. W. Smith. Is to contain CO to 05 couch. per cent asked to be remembereJ to all the Tonatsst millet, seed buckwheat. Mrs. J. D. Prather. Hudson A Faraau. (5.1 Mf.) asphalt. Hudson A Faraau, (tf.) "boya." Ileldal Sanford Poll to Official LARGE ATTENDANCE ASSURED ot ; half-gallohalf-gallour Graves of Departed Heroes June 1st., 2nd, and 3rd. Tho Draws Heavy Hall In Federal Discussed nt Meeting of ChamDays Selected to Look Hearing at Danville Will bo Honored Sun-dnber of Commerce Last Over. May 28th. The Hables Friday Night HELD-I$5,000 DAIL Chatta- Months of Bright' Rb"n. ; THIEVES lf Yeast Bread Contest Death At Track PROGRAM 8, Station lf Com-radi- eve-stall- ut d n WAREHOUSES Director Elected Painter Two Date Deferred Hub-Pushi- Regrets The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky.. Thursday May 11,1 922 I !JltllllllllllllllllllllrHrlilllllllillllllltllllt The Old Tin Box I JUST RECEIVED New Shipment Ladles, Mens and Children SHOES, GINGHAMS, SHEETING AND HOSIERY. A FEW SPECIALS FOR THIS WEEK Dy JUSTIN WENTWOOD x lilllllllllllllllltlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllri Cui'jrliht. li. J, Wfiltrn N..4ir tn.aa. E I'epperoll Sheeting, per yard 45cts. Both Urown and Wenched. Heat Granulated Pure Cane Sugar, 1G lbs. for $1.00 100 lbs. for $6.25 Marian Sugar Corn, size 2 can, 3 for 29cti. Pineapple Delmontc size 1 Grated, 2 for 29ct. Karo Corn Syrup, size 10 can 50cU., size 5 can 25ctt. Apricots, Gold Bar, size 2 can, each 22cU. Hipolite Mnrshmellow Cream, pint jar 2ScU. 9- -1 mother," mi hi Marian. "If we're golmt to sell the 'l:ice to Mr. r'nulkner, the attic ought to bo put strulght. I gue.a liolxxly'a louvhod It stneo grandfather Til do ii bit of cleiirlntf up tonight, Remember the $25.00 Cash prize to the farmers who can raise the largest Squashes. Come in and get your Seed now, it cost you nothing. A.H.BASTIN&CO Free Hitch Lot at our Store. Cash paid for your Eggi and Chicken. Prospects Still Good For Doubled Bean Acreage With the Kentucky loybean planting season close at hand, Indications t!U point to a doubled acreage of the crop in the State this year, according to Ralph Kcnney, cropi specialist of the College of Agriculture. More interest has been shown by farmers in the beans this year than in any previous one, he aid. "We have found that the use of one of the best varieties, a good teed bed, inoculation, planting on the proper date and at the proper depth are the rive essentials for success with the crop in Kentucky," he point-e- d out. "Results obtained by farmers Indicate that the Mammoth Yellow variety Is superior for hay in all parts of the state while the Harbcrlandt, Lexington and Hollybrook have proved to be good ones for seed and hogging off purposes. "No field crop requires a better teed bed than soybeans. Experience has shown that good results arc obtained by giving the bed n thorough preparation similar to that for corn. "The importance of inoculation cannot be overestimated in conncc tion with the successful growing of the beans. The roll for the necessary inoculation may be obtained from any field that grew soybeans the previous year, one pint of it being sufficient for a bushel of beans. Farmers who have never grown soybeans on the land before should inoculate their seed. "In most parts of Kentucky, May 15 to 25 is the best time for planting the beans. Dy this time the soil is warm and if it is thoroughly worked before the beans are planted, many weeds can be killed and con- siderable moisture saved. "Perhaps the most common mistake made in planting soybeans is to plant them too deep. On most soils 1 inch usually is deep enough. The soys come up with their necks crooked like other beans and. if planted too deep may be injured by the crust that forms before they come through the soli. Buffalo Milk Rich Tlie Aslnllc buffalo ble animal. Its milk and a half time a ss tlmt of the cow. JuU in Butler Is n very valua rit contalnlric three much butter fat Juil wnrl! Tunklnt. . TllMk. l ! y ' ' lie fact (Inn Using ii.i prcloii i.i s. - irry t'lT. and any the lnv due to the loins more ndrrr- - raUMil n moon which wa it at niiHin win The title mooninaker" has boon applied to llakln Ibn Allah, sometimes aim known in the "Veiled I'rophet ol me iwiorann. u w recorded that ht Leaend of "Moenmaker." o, t Issue from n deep so brilliant that tht by It. "Documental Vssitl" ThN terra Is unfilled tn a voel mr. rylns official documents to establish nor niontlty nml her right In trade. In the cine of a veel fradlnj with foreign countrv nd engaging In the nhnle flsht rle. Hit document I.i culled e cvrtltlrtite of recUlrv, she wan Mr. Kuslilti abominably. He was not brutal, he never reproved her. Hut he kept a illary. and eery Monday morning no nan tier up before mm ami rend hor n ilt of all her mlileiise:itiors for every day In the iw.t week." rran - ine vwiiMier journal." by 1 It. and J. I'ennetl. "tint Lin trinto.! I mv WIII..I., - ...t.-i- i died." "We've cot to sell, 1 s'pose," answered her tuother. sullenly. "It's queer, Mvlng t tut t your was iiIuiijn urrountcd otvner stun'! plants than can the harrow of the rnulkner properly. It'd fetch "Very little corn will be destroyed fifty thousctid, .Mr. ttates wnn telling If the man doing the harrowing Is me." careful to keep the harrow from clog-gin- g "How did we lime It V nskeit Murliui. with trash and keep the horses Public Esffr To Share In Loulstille great-granWhy, It 'jinrs jour or mules off the row of corn. father, who settleil there, never took Advantages of broadcast cultivaIt wu, nnd HrrsU't $25,000 Prise out a claim, or whateu-"Ilroadcast cultivation Is particuthe Paulkners, well, I guess Ihey took tion indicates that many Kentucky larly useful for cultivating potatoes Distribution It away from my mother, I dunno," farmers could use this method more and if thoroughly done, will eliml- snld Mrs. Marlowe. "Hut It's no ne extensively than they have in the nate much hand weeding. Soybeans! Interest in The Louisville Herald's lunging on to this place, If you nnd past, according to K. J. Kinney, a also can be harrowed without dam- $25,000 frre prize distributions, In Jim cet tnarrleil, and two thousand's member of the College of Agricul- age If the harrow Is run across the which fourteen automobiles, and n fairish price for It more'n e'd set Iloth rows. The young beans are rather many othir prizes are to be given anywheres vUe, only the Pnulkners ture agronomy department. the spike tooth harrow and the weed-c- r brittle early in the morning and the' as gifts on June 17th, has attained wont to round out their projH-rty.long have been recognized by good harrow or weeder should not be start-- ! Marian went tipftnlrs lifter supper. such huge proportions that men and Shu sltthed a little as she kIinnI In farmers as excellent implements for ed until about the middle of the women throughout the state are daily the nttlc. It was hard lo leuve Urn giving corn and other cultivated entering the race to see what they old house, with which she had been crops the first cultivation, he said. associated since her enrllest Pu- can win. 'he race is just starting, a There is no better way of reducing Altho It was hard, too, thinking tlmt had production costs than' by the use of merry competition Is already in pros-lthese two tools, it wns pointed out. not neglected her between various cities and towns With a wide harrow, 15 to 20 acres ) to take out his rliilm, the t'nulkner of Kentucky ,and civic pride Is explace would be theirs. Mnrliin had al can be cultivated in n day, or about' pected to crystallze as a factor in ways etivleil the rnulkner the girls. three times as much as can be cultiApproximately 35,000 meals con- support of favorite candidates seeknnd vated with a who hnil come home from etdU-ce cultivator. taining at least one hot dish were ing the coveted honors and reward. greeted her with the coldest of nods This means that the average crop of served to rural school children in when they pnsvd on the village street, The fourteen automobiles listed as corn can be cultivated In about two Kentucky during one year by means prizes inciude a f 3 888.75 Marmon, or In their car. lunches started by $3,375 Cadillac, t,6M Haynes II.-51- 5 Ah. well, It wns no un: sighing days. Furthermore, the work can of hot school fur the unnttnlnnbliit Murine hnd be done several days before the shov county home demonstration agents, Chalmers, f 1,505 Nash, 1 1,355 never be-i- i to college, and she rlerked el cultivator can be used. In a rainy according to the last annual report of Hupmobllc, $1,195 P.ssex, $1,150 but she wan as season this advantage for HlggK, the gnu-vrin keeping the College of Agriculture extension Studebakcr, 0 $1,095 Columbia, well educnteil ns the Faulkner girls. down weeds. When the seedbed is division which has Just come otf the t, ltulck, $970 Maxwell, $890 And she had Jim llarlonel free from trash and clods the char- press. Fifty such lunches were $025 Overland and $598 ChevAnd nt the thought of him n wistful little smile pIa)od ntxmt her lips. acter of work done by the harrow is started by the agents with an average rolet. one. She had refused him so often, and better than that done by the culti- of 35 pupils served by each It ss the first time in the history he had aluuya toeri so patient. Jim vator because all the ground is stir- The idea of the lunches was to serve of Kentucky journalism that prizes vtould never amount to anjthlns very red. This kills weeds around the one hot dish as a supplement to the aggregating such a large value have much. He was Just a small farmer, hills and in the rows as well as in cold lunch to rural children in every been offered the public. The Louiswith his heart In the land, simple. the middles. rural school In the State. ville Herald it being literally bomhonet, true. He hail loveil her for "Unless care is taken to bury all barded with queries from persons years, since she had been n little thing trash when the land Is plowed and Out for ths Championship. In pinafores. eager te obtain ane of the free An Tlmt was what won her at last, the surface leveled and pulverized was actor with a decided thrift strain tobl by a Ilrondway hotel maniJim's unswerving loyalty to her. He well, the harrow cannot be used satis was not educated. Marian had weighed factorily. This also Is true of the cure girl that a certain fellow In town Helpful Thought for Today. his love for her against all the dis- weeder, but this tool is so light that was called the champion tlghtwnd because he only tipped her a dime. What ,o m Urn ihnmgh advantages, and love hnd won. can be kept free from trash more "Well," snld the actor. "I'm going lo force of Jon ohm it .rirr )ou will Utrr liShe began her cleaning. Tim place easily than the harrow. It also can take the championship away froia able to !n f th force of habit. wns full of rubbish. Tn ndd to It all, be used with less damage to the him." . Boston Tr ' i.i there had leen a fall of brick from Inside the chimney; the floor was covered with debris. "I suppose we'll hare to have that fixed," she thought. Something gleaming In a corner of the chimney attracted her attention. Effective May Tax on United It was the edge of a small tin box. Curious, Marlnn drew It out amid a both is by and cloud of dust. It was fastened with a rusty nail, nut to United Company but not lock ii I. Inside was n yellowed pnrcliim nt. Marian took It ' to the light nnd rend It. It was some time before she rould understand the gist of It. and It was strange that It was dated IS.' I. And at last she understood. It was r r-- M m i. 11 Lai s IJitFJlaV.'i.lU Broadcast Cultivation Has Marked Ad vantages Big Race Is On To Win 14 Free Autos r Many Rural School pils Given Hot Noon Lunch ct e two-hors- ; $1,-03- Uu-ran- No War Tax 8, 1922, the Excise passenger cars, casings and tubes is added the selling price. States Tires for absorbed the makers States Rubber the title to the Faulkner property. Her long cherWhei! ilrenm had come- true! She stood holding It, trying to repress the tit of trembling that had seliod her. The Knulkner lands Com fort, wealth, happiness I The Faulk1 ner girls the car their pride bled I hum- Never before could you get so much tire worth ror iu.v IV show-dow- n I You've probably seen this Purina Double-Development 'O JrTr ''rSUSmMm &&zfl l, ceuld never make this widc-ormoney -- back guarantee unlets I'urina Chows do caactly at ths guarantee sistts. Surely by this time you mujt feel that the Purina Mills Guarantee time after time. ki$&l B&yVWi 03BJ s Trf f M I ,i 'cv tRCT-2- "tr Bw "'P Double -- Development Guarantee Purina Chicken Chowder and Purina Itaby Chick Chow, (ed at directed, are guaranteed to makt your chicks riow twict as fait during the first lis weeks as it hen led grain IceJi, such as meal, stale bread, cracked wheat or other cereals. II we (ill to prove this statement we will refund your money. Srtr Srtjig l go down. Hut h thought struck her I This title how would It affect and JIrn? And. with prophetic vision she seemed to see herself inlMren of the Fuulkner lands, of tlie big white house with the colonial xirrh. the many rooms, servants, nnd Jim? He did not lit Into the picture. She could not see Jim, uneasy In u still collar, seated lyeslde her in the cur; nor In evening dress, helping her entertain the elite of the neighborhood. Jim was only tolhIe nn he hnd lnv made; his Jwitli of life was u single rut stretching on and on. It wus the Faulkner lands or Jim I Slowly she went down the stairs. and at the iMittoin she was ctifvlded A routing tattoo startled her. Then Jim dear old Jim, In, prompt to the on the front door she smiled. It wns who alwnys looked minute. She must ?r.TW lm MiTTrnr...LlDutiful i jv.vjn tvFv cxvo wno -- 1M "Usco" for $10.90 last Fall have discovered this by now Nobody before ever got so much hr tire value in the neighborhood of ten dollars. They never had to question the quality with the makers of U. S. Royal Cords behind it. They couldn't help admiring the price spontaneously made to meet the nctv economy times. A tire that would be high value at morcthan$10.90. At $10.90 it is tinapiroachcd. United States Tlr5 svrt Jim's arm. Imrllng," he whispered, "I'm so hnppy to think the time's so short In now. It como over this afternoon, when I was plowing up the old pntrli by the plgstyos." Ho iHiked at her In sudden four. "It It's nil right, nln't It, honey?" he uskod anxiously. "Why, of couitii." she answered. Of course, dear old Jim J" "What's tlmt you're hunting. Mar- Ian?" asked her mother n minute later. Only some i4d rubbish that I found In the nttlc,'' Marian answered. Pops a Wondtrful Linguist. Pope Plus M Is credited with a knowledge of from 15 to 'J7 languages. The Home correspondent of I.HCrnx relates that after the second solemn 'obedience" of the mrdlnnls ufter li e conclave, his holiness went the round of those present nnd said n few words In inch one In his own languag- eItalian, French, ICngllsh, (lernian. Spanish and Polish. All were In admiration of the wonderful linguistic versatility of (be holy father. Ills Kngllsli is snld to need some brush ing ;p before ouklng It fluently, but those who know his aptitude tor learning say he will soon be able to ronterse freely In the lunguage of I've land and the I'nlted Ktatrs. - im all lit mice CcsTVr Cor'ili U.S.Tu.O jst w mm MM United States Tires Unhid Statts Rubber Company Now Order sIsSeSsHsSi For Sale by HUDSON & FARNAU, Lancaster, Ky. BECKER & BALLARD, Bryantsville, Ky you can buy V, S. Tires: Where HASELDEN BROS., Lancaster, Ky. BECKER 6 BALLARD, Bryantsville, Ky. PAINT LICK GARAGE, Paint Lick, Ky. The Central Record. Lancaster Ky.,Thursday. May SOME HABITS OF Capital $50,000.00 Surplus $40,000.00 Honor Roll Bank. 4 per cent paid en time posit. Call and tee ut. J. J. Walker, President. t. I I 1922 BURBERRY SHRUB de- r W. F. Chimp, W, O. Klgney, Ass'U to the President. - (J. Davidson, Csihler. J. L, GUI, Assistant Cashier. W. F. Miller, Asilitant Cashier. Mrs. Naomi Hamilton, Teller. I- Bureau of Plant Industry Making Study of Plant for Purpose of Eradicating It. SCATTERS BLACK STEM RUST Plant It Mo it Persistent and to Hake Otstructlon Complete) Digging Must Dt Danville, Ky. 7ze mm Danville, Ky. CITIZENS NATIONAL LANCASTER. KY. BANK. 8item of Thorough Root Extensive, I Corner Public Square and Dnnville Street. UnlU.I siIm I'tarl Sr tks At rlcultsr. Ixptr.tstat The oltUv of cereal Investigations of luireiiii of Awarded $5,000,000 Swine Exhibitors Thi. Year More than $5,000,000 In cash will this exhibitor be awarded swine year at state ami county fairs In the United States. To this um may be added an equal amount oiTered to Hoy's and Girl's I'ig Club which are being conducted In almoit every county In the country. This estimate was mad"? by Fred - Obenchaln, Secretary of the Spotted Poland China Record, following a conference with Secretaries of all the large recording associations in America. "The irixe awards are larger this year than ever In the history of the country nd as a reiult, nearly every county and state fair In America w.ll have the largest number of entries In the twine show ever in the said Mr. h.story of the country," Obenchaln. "Some of the larger breed associations arc putting up as much at $150,000 which It met In every Instance by a similar sum by t e fair associations All the minor I- breeds have appropriated more money than ever in their history to be contested for by .swine breeders. The sum will amount to more than fS,000,000. will be "The pig club contest keener this year than ever. In some states there are as many at 1,000 of then clubs representing the different breeds and the prises offered ore almoit staggering when taken in the i, aggregate. Ohio, Indiana, Iowa, Missouri, and Nebraska, lead the states in the corn belt, in the number of pig clubs reported and in the large number of entries for ex hibit at the ttate fairs. In some of these states the entries In nil classes at the fairs number more than one hundred. From the winners nt these fairs will be selected the bet of each breed for exhibition at th National Swine show this fall where record prises are offered In each breed. The Spotted Poland China breeders of this country will have almost three times as many entriet at county and state fair as in former years and from rep'.rti of other breeds their numbers will be rgratly increased." llti-nol- POPULAR EXCURSION CINCINNATI SUNDAY, MAY ROUND TRIP FARE 1 4th, 1922 FROM DANVILLE (Csairil Thai) SovmEimlliiiWAySamM Spvclil Train Leaves DanvllU 6i00 A. M. Returning Special Train Uavti Cincinnati 6il0 P. M. $2.00 iUnt Industry of the Culled .Sinies Ivparttnent of Agriculture. Is mnkliic a study of the habits of the rouiinon harherry with a view of luiprotliig the method! of eradlrnt Inc the shruti. As Is wull known, the common hurtierr) spreads black stun rut of wheat, oats, barley and rye In the mst fuur years, during which a systematic program of eradicating the common barberry has been In progress In the IS states, digging has been irnctlrall) the only tnetliiMl employed. Thit years has shown perlenrv of the thnt the shrub Is a most iwrslitem plant, and that, to l effective, die King must le most thorough. Estsnilvs Root System. Tlie root system of the common bar lHrry Is eitenslve The roots of a tm four or five feet tall may penetrate the soil to a depth of three to rhr feet and spread laterally nil eUiil distance In In r per hushes the mot spread Is rnnildernhly grrnW. The nut system of ihe plan! varies some, what with the kind of soil. In wixal lands when a lajer of rich hntniis soil raps n more compart nnd less ll. the roots are rich stratum f 'hlerty nmflneit to the humus layer, but elteiid laterally roimlilernbte distance. On the other hand. In a type of sell which Is fnlrly uniform at Its various levels the root system Is more nnd frequently less A eitenslve tn Its Intern! spread. mther constant character of the barberry root sj stein, however. Is the occurrence of nt least a few relatively snjierfirlnl lateral roots running a few Inches berieulh the Mill urfnce. This holds true even In those hushes which have steeply penetrating root. It Is chiefly from such laterals that pniuts (irlkMnste follow tne iHcclns Hence, precautious need to token In dlrclni: to follow-- out nlmis thene stirfao" roots and to remoe all of -them from the mil, Rinrvi Fe;d Material. Ttie roots of the barberry them l.iree qiinntltles of fixxl iiuiterliit This enuhles them to send ni sprouts readily when tbo tops are cut at the erotind line Moreoer. n porltii of n root left In Jhe i;ntiii l f nj I ve ufflrlent re North-Centra! deep-roote1 Annual Spring SALES Begin May 12th Beginning May 12th., and running throughout May, we will have all through the store merchandise at prices lower than have every been offered this season. All Seasonable Goods Write for our circular and do not fail to attend this means money saved for you. REMEMBER THE DATE-FRIDA- Y, sale-- it MAY 12th. stors-withi- n FREE TRIPS To j Junior Week University of Kentucky, June 19-24- th J Through the kinilness and generos-- l ity of the Chamber of Commerce of Lancaster, Miis Joyce Sylcr, the A Sultan's Witch. Vocal Music Supreme. r Wngt.er unite Tin- - l.ilii'iiit In 1S n tmnt Homo Demonstration Agent, is otler-in- i; watcti was It made if twenty two carat soM for really tin foundation of alt nnii-l- f iit.l two free trips to Juniors Week t.jr n firm at whatever the devehipmctit of tlie art, .Sultan AMtil Jl.ntjl at Lexington, one to a girl and Cirnlilll. Till slant watrh was live nlialeter the boldest eomlilimtloim of These trips are one to n boy. Indies In diameter Thmish It had I nmiposer, or the inont lirllllatit exeto be awarded to the bey and girl i tm bell. It chimed the Ihmiih ami ipiar-ters- , cution of n virtuoso. In the end they submitting the best answers to the the strlklug apparatus (KiisUtlng mutt always return to the stnndurd following questions: wires. It powerful yet pleiit set hy voenl music of I. Name as many reasons as you tone resembled tbnt of n ciitlii-lrclock. Tlie cost of this wumlerful can why one should live in the counthing was twelve hundred culntsis. try. Name as many reasons as you No for Birds. can why your country should have "99aRJRJsBBVBVBVBvJ sDr. Peckerwoix! knows Just wlier good roads. . Uarbsny 1 rtc Jjst Pulled From or He need Ho to 3. Should a boy or girl In the Ground. tetbosrope to determine the seat of country have as good educational the trouble, a)s the American Per- servo strength t Kle rise to one or advantages as a boy or girl living in trv tnnrnvlii.i lit Kiitiinl..p Iim nmv Uioru leufy hotM. Those who have the city? Why: bear tbo borer working in the wood, J . ..... I ... .1 due barberrlea rvullzo tlmt In the I...2 I.. ........ 4. Suggest some ways whereby hum liui ill Wlllirr, wueil will! uiM-iirase of u Inrte lmli It U extremely village church could trees nre fruten, whin there Is no dimcult to tlnd nnd remove nil roots your county or of any sound to guide him, the capable of sending forth sprouts. make your community a more. Intertree doctor nwi)s uMrntes Just where Tills means of course Unit u close esting place for boy and girl to the hllieniatlug. motionless Insects llo watch must Ih kept for the upicur live. musty hidden In their cell unco of sprouts nml their removul 0. What is thrift? Why should elfiteil. In rhe emdlcatloii of the a boy or girl save part of the money barberry It Is necessary to make, which he or she earns: later, one or inure Inspection of the Requirements of Contest plain where 11 hull wus slut: to locate 1. Only, boys and girls who are and destroy sprouts If they npear. members of the Junior Agricultural Clubs may compete. IN DRY AREAS SUDAN GRASS Answers to above questions Crop Rsqulrts Hot Weather for Best should be written in ink on letter Answers brief and to size paperRssults Makes Hay Which It Low In Protein. the point. Joyce 3. Submit papers to Ml Suilun icrtis Is one of the nonsai entering conestate of R. II. Tomlinson, deceas-od- , cliartne aurKliuiii nnd resmublea tlie Syler. Club members questions with As administrator of the may discuss the other In many wnjs. It makes n buy test wo offer for sale privately, the following: from any which Is low- in proialn uml lience U anybody, collect ideas not u very uood huy fur milk cows or source, but the answers must be givTHE TOMLINSON HOME ON RICHMONO STREET U row I he unlmuls, thousli It Is a kinm) en in their own language. tiny for Idle horse. It requires hot The papers will be graded by the This is one of the most desirable homes in the city; large lot of nil dry weather conditions for b't Club Department at Lexington. ri'sults and hence does well In the dry one acre; houso of eight rooms, two halls and all out buildings and lint ureas. elst-oratnl a For Sale Privately - - necessary; also nice small home just across the street from the residence and very suitable for small family. The property adjoining the store of Goodloc and Walker Brothers, in the Northwest corner of the public square; also live houses and some vacant lots on Buckeye street. Th6 above property will be sold on reasonable terms and at reasonable prices and will be glad to show any of this prop crty at any time to those interested. Louisville To Have PALATABLE FEED FOR STOCK Peanut Hay Is Partlculirly Suitable for Dairy Covnt and Other Kinds of Animals. THE GARRARO BANK ft TRUST CO. Peanut hay Is palatable for all kind of farm stock, particularly dslrv niwi and youni animals, but It should be fsxl to aotmsls with caution. It la highly recommended or a substitute for alfalfa meal In imuI-trrations. Its nss will reduce the few) but, particularly when th pul hsrd-work- rr la rooflnssL paper will tell them all about Judge Robert Worth Blnjham, edl-- j lows: ' "While In chirae ofthe Central it. A few cents will sell it. tor and publisher of the Louisville announc- Office on the nUht of Junu20, 1021, Read it yourself. Then you Times and Courier-Journa- l, ed today that arrangements have, she was notified shortly after 1 A. will get the right of it. been completed for the installation M. that a Are had been discovered In This paper tells you all within a few weeks of the largest j a building near the one in which the about it. sec-- i Central Office Is located. radio broadcasting station in this Reliable information Is bet "Reallxlng the danger to property tlon of the United States. The stapower of' in the absence of an organized fire ter than gossip. tion will have a sending Large Broadcasting, Wireless Station; 500 watts, bemgthe most powerful department, she quickly gave the instrument for broadcasting purposes alarm to residents of the town and obtainable. Its wave lengths will surrounding country, notified the carry thousands of miles under ordi- manager in a nearby town moved to a place of safety as much of the nary air conditions. Under the most adverse weather company's property as possible; then conditions the programs will be heard remained at the switchboard giving e radius of Louis- telephone service until the Intense within a ville. This will Include Danville and heat had completely cut oil the only will ;nsure local operators of receiv- available stairway, making it necesing messages every night. The wire- sary for her to escape from the secless will be erected on the top of ond floor .through a window." the newspaper building at Third and Memory Liberty streets in the city of Louis, ville. There will be daily programs Day and no care will be spared to make them the most interesting, enjoyable If time could take me back once more nnd informative within the scope of To the days when I was small. such matters, announced Judge DIng- - And lay me again in my mothers ham. The service will begin July j arms, I 1st. Where I knew I could not fall, Thcncw station, no doubt, will. If I could lay my head upon her tend to increase the sale of the wire- breast, less outfits throughout the State. And be from care so free, Those contemplating installing sets It would be the greatest pleashere should place their orders im- ure that could come to me. mediately that they may be certain of early delivery. Altho we can not now go back To the days o long ago, And live them over once again, Phone Girl In (I cannot make it so) 'Tis good to know that fate is kind, Cited And as each day is past Operator Stuck to Pott During Fire Mother seems more dear to me, Than she was at the last. Rescued Through Window And I wilt not long for something Mrs. Mary Ellen Carter of June-- , That 1 know cannot be, lion City, Ky., is one of the fourteen Hut I will try each day to live telephone employes In the South, who As tho she was now with me. have received citations and the The- - I will try to be as brave, .. ..... . 1.1 . L. .1-- 1 il uore I. l.-- au ill IK! a i lor uiisviiuh As kind and good and true. deeds, courage, resourcefulness, In With her Influence yet to guide me, saving life, protecting the public In whatever I say and do. service and the company's property, Mamie Sebastian. and for other conspicuous acts beWhy say good things behind peoof their regular yond the scope ple's backs: They can't hear them. duties. Mrs. Carter, who it an operator, Little minds worry over little won her citation and medal last June things, while big ones seldom worry when she remained at her post of at all. duty during a tire and rendered valiant service until It was necessary for You can't sell it if people her to escape from the burning build- don't know it is for sale. window. ing through a second-stor- y A little "For Sale" ad in thb Her citation in part reads as fol100-mil- In of Mother's State For Bravery ' j The Central Record, Lancaster Ky. Thursday, May I 1 , 1922. Better FOR THE HOME and Implements Hardware W Kitchen Cutlery, Enameled Ware, Buckets, Pans. Etc. FOR THE GARDEN Garden Tools, Garden Cultivators, Hoes, Rnkes, Etc. FOR THE SHOP . . Carpenters' Tools and uincKsmun 1001s 01 kinds. FOR THE FARM Farm Tools, Wire Fencing, Corn Planters, on the whole. Plows, Etc. When you save a little on each you save a lot AVERY'S CUTTING HARROWS JONESVILLE CORN PLANTERS AVERY'S CORN DRILLS BRINLY HARDY'S CULTIVATORS. CONN BEOS. Live and Let Live Folks." 11 LJI IE DC Tho box was were eating. dropped onto the sidewalk. A farmer's horse cast a shoo A bystander in tho street. picked it up nnd tossed it into a vacant lot. A canlvial spirit edged into n corner nnd downed his last swig, and down went the bottle. And so it goes on from day to day and from year to year, and so it has been going since mankind learned to enjoy the luxuries of life. A little thing tossed into the discard here another there something somewhere else' but always something that adds to the rubbish that clutters up a town nnd renders the landscape less attractive. It is pure thoughtlessness, and nothing else. But continued thoughtlessness of this kind on the part of a majority of the population can soon make any town resemble a deserted junk heap. Our town and our people deserve something better. Will you do your part? Walker E. M. Walker, aged 79 year, died at his home on the Huckeye road last Monday morning at two o'clock after an Illness of several months. "Doc" an he was known by his friends, was at one time Lancaster' city marshal ami had many warm friend who will regret to learn of his passim;. He wa a member of the llaptlst church and devoted to lt teachings. He had been in declining health for nearly a year and bore his affliction withFuneial services out murmurlnir. were conducted by Ilev. W. K. IMx, burial following at Uillcad in Madison county. He Is survived by one en, Smiley Walker and eight Sink Your TEETH Into Some MEAT That is really TENDER THERE IS NO BETTER WAY ON EARTH TO THOROUGHLY ENJOY A MEAL ALL KINDS OF MEATS AND EVERY KIND IS GOOD. AND GROCERIES Coy Mr. Amanda Turner Coy, relict of Collins Coy, died at her home in this city this morning at three o'clock after an Illness of several months of Urlght' disease. Mr. Coy had lived here for about two year and during that time had made many warm friends who will be distressed to learn that he Is no more. For eleven year Mrs. Cey was connected with the Deaf and Dumb Institute at Danville and Is well remembered by many there. She I survival by one broth, er, S. M. Turner, of this county nnd two Miters, Mr. Unda Ilroaddu and Mrs. Long, of Madison county. Mr. Coy was a member of the Christian ehureh. Hurlal will take place in the Richmond cemetery sometime but as we go to pro the hour has. not been set. 6URR&Y & GULLEY Tanlac ivirc:mci r'leumatism by Cracks toning up an I inv goratmg the Mtnl orKans, thereby enabling them to I'atirnre is a virtue unUl it eliminate poisons from the system. nod beyond bounds. Stonne Drug Store. (It.) Cut your visits short and ONE VERSION OF SPRING friend will not eut you. Anything i an these who eoMMrr It so. at Creation. I The Central Record Issued JWeekly. $1.50 a Year. In Payable Advance. Editor and .Mgr. J. E. ROBINSON. Editor. Many Americans are wait great mistake. They bring ing to hear the guns roar again their children up as they would on the other side of the Atplants. Some fond parents make a Waiting For Noises ci ymmr K. L. ELK1X, Local Entered at the Post Office In LanMail caster, Ky., as Second-Clas- s Matter. THE AMERICAN Fei'im A Jrtii R.pfMfnuri.t PHE33 ASSOCIATION Ij., Nay 11. 1922 I Lucisler, Rates For Political Announcement!. For Precinct and City Offices.? 5.00 10.00 For County Office For State and District Offices. 15.00 .10 For Calls, per line .10 For Cards, per line For all publications in the inter, est of individuals or expression of Individual views, per 10 line .05 Obituaries, per line ... May 14th Mothers' Day. Had it not been for Mother you would not be reading these lines today. Had it not been for her you would not be here now. She brought you into the world. She gave you tender care in your youth, and watched over you, and guarded you hothouse They are continually kept indoors, are seldom allowed to enjoy the companionship of other children, and are denied that life in the open that puts red blood into human veins. Years later, when they develop weak or abnormal minds or show a lack of capacity for success in the world of affairs, their deficiencies become a handicap to them and a source of grief to the parents who could have prevented such a condition had they adopted the right course in the beginning. The sun shines for little children as well as for adults. Let them enjoy it to the full if you would have them justify the love and devotion you bestow upon them. from harm and the pitfalls of juvenile life. She has been your guide, your protector, your instructor, your companion, your friend, your pal she has been everything to you that woman can be to humanity, j May 14th. is her day. What will you be to her? What will you do for her? What will you say to her? Whatever it may be, it will be as but the weight of a feather in comparison to what she has done for you. James Hamilton Lewis, United States senator from Illinois, says we are drifting into another war. He prodicts that other nations must resort to arms again before a final adjustment can be made in world affairs, and that we will be drawn into it, just as we were before. We hope Mr. Lewis provos a false prophet. But wc call to mind that in 1914 certain writers and public men earnestly warnod the gov ernmont and poople to prepare for war. Those forosightod men were, hootod and jeorod nnd ridiculed. They were con sidored visionary alarmists or jingoes. They were not even recorded a respectful hearing. History records the part we took in the late war, and our own experiences today are elo quent reminders of the burdens that will remain with us for many years to come. Shake well before taking. lantic. There is profit in it for them. Others arc waiting to hear the roar of the blast furnace, and the sound of the hammer, and the hum of the saw, and the song of the man in the field. There is profit in these noises for them. There is al so peace, and happiness, and contentment. We coined money during the last war, but we paid deariy for our riches in the end. And there are those who are ready to coin it again under like conditions. The person who would see the ravages of another war for the sake of personal gain is a poor American. He is not an American at all. He is not even a man. He should be invited to close It has been charged that hun- the door softly behind him as dreds of millions of fake Lib- he boards an outgoing ship, erty bonds are in circulation. and forget to return. The government itself admits that there are an enormous Say It Now of them lloating number Some one we know is going around. to die some time. Who is the master criminal, Their good deeds will apand what is going to be done peal to us, and will be emphato him? sized by the death that over Who is responsible for the takes our friends. criminal negligence that made Before the grass begins to such a wholesale duplication grow over them we will have possible, and what will his many kind words to say of punishment be? them. Their sterling qualities Who is to stand the loss will be extolled, and their when innocent purchasers prewill be overlooked or sent these fake bonds for final faults forgotten. redemption? That is the way of the world. Clearly there is some one But it might be different. who ought to be in jail for the We might command 'their good rost of hirf- - natural life, and in qualities while they are still hell thereafter. here to reap the benefits of Hell he cannot oticapc, but that commendation. will jail doors evor close upon A kind word means much to him? those who are striving to do School days are happy days. right. It encourages them to If properly employed under remain steadfast in their laudthe wise supervision of com- able undertakings, to in the path of honor, petent and human instructors and to oxtend a holping hand thoy load to years of success and honor, and contentment, to others who need their and joy. They mark the Say it to them In life, They of life, and its end de- ponds groutly upon the man- can't hear you when dead. ner in which they are spent. por-severe ng King Oliver N King, formerly a resident of Garrard county, well remembered and dearly beloved by many, died at the home of hi daughter, Mr, Geo. Downing, In Lexington last Friday morning at six o'clock. He was In Mr. King was a his 89th. year. veteran of the Civil war, having served under the command of Capt. David M. Logan and General John Hunt Morgan, when the latter made hi famou raid into Ohio. He wa confined with General Morgan after the federal troops captured him after this raid. Mr. King was a member of Capt. Logan' Company "L," N. It. Forest Ilegiment, 4th. Tennessee Cavalry, having unlisted at Memphis, in August, 1801, surrendering four year later at Wlthville, Va., April 15th., 1SC5. Two daughter survive Mr. King, Mr. George Downing and Mis Effie King. Funeral service were held at the home of Mrs. Downing Saturday afternoon, conducted by llcv, Mark following In the Colli .interment Lancaster cemetery the umc afternoon. obstruotlon to When a girl want to marry he immediately begins t deny the fact. The fellow who k today make Us date for tomorrow. Keep your trouble to yourseif and others wilt not be m apt to IcmmI their onto you. Virtue win its awn reward, hut It often require a microscope to And It. ' Two can never live a cheaply a one, though many find it necery to do so. A young man' wife' relative never deny the relationhip as long he I willing to be the goat. Spring, a Interpreted In suit, charming expression In thl flat) belg-colore- d Buena Vista School To Close May 26th. The graduating clas of the Ituena Vista School will hold it commencement exercises, Friday, May 20th. this The clas ha seven member year, C girl and one boy. It ha been a delightful year for the school and of the has had the patrons, and the pupil as well, this together with its splendid corp of teacher has made it the banner year of all years past. The member of the class are. Mar tha Metritt Mayes. Sadie Love Ituble, Itoielta Ilachel Henderson Scott. Marie Kuble, Gladys Elizabeth Hanut ton, Elizabeth Cotton King nnd Orion Waldo McMurtry. Class Motto. Jog on; cksi colors, pink and white, clas flowers, Carnaticn. trtcutlni model, of utmost a plain, straight It ha finement. narrow svparate belt of skirt wllh the material. The short coat fall open down the front, having only mm fastening ptaa at the rollnr. Them I n silt Mm down the hark and a iiotvI deeorntlnii of silk rmlinildery In self color, which tliiMi. an riijultlte ex. ample of the tullur' art. re- The self conceited man I n genius in his own estimation who worry over what other people think. Don't be too hasty In calling the fellow who trick you a trickoter. He may only have beaten you to it. Every man want be hi den't perfect neighbor to much It leave fur ' that m to absorb himseif Alverson Buys Harlan Enterprise Jotse M. Alverson, a newspaper mun of wide experience, ha recently purchase! the Harlan Enterprise, one of the best weekly newspaper m the State und has taken charge. The Kentucky I'm gladly welcome Mr. Alverson hack into the fold and ex tend to, him every wUh for hi sue The Bourbon N'tnv ha the follow Ing to say concerning him: Like many othor who have tried the newspaper gome, Mr. J, M. Alverson, after a long period of activity In other pursuits, has purchased the Harlan Enterprise, one of the leading Eastern Kentucky paper, pub lished at Harlan, and naumed charge yostorday. Mr. Alverson has been in the newspaper business ulmot 30 yors, having been connected with newipapurt In Stanford, Richmond, Lawreneeburg and Georgetown. Some time ago he bought the old Hibler farm on the Jackstown pike, near Pari, and had since been engaged In farming. Recently he sold the place to Jai. W. Thompson who now family ecouplr it. Mr. Alverson' will remain here for the present and join him some time later. cei. J asu Don't buy a HofrigorKtor until. you lmve soon our LEONARD CLEANABLE REFRIGERATOR. We invite you iu to see our grand display of Leonard Refrigerators at POPULAR PRICES. Proof of the pudding Is in People Who Don't Think A follow ing thurobf. Thousand So vill you. tho eatpraise Tan-la- c. (It.) Stormo Drug Star. HASELDEN BROS. The House of Standard Merchandise. walked along the occasion)?. Seme one may believe main street the othor day read- it. ing a newspaper. Suddenly Never give free mtvioe. The othhe tossed the paper into the er fellow value It according to iu streot and continued his journ- price. ' ey. It' chatter when it leaves the A house opoiyjl a can of to- tongue and scandal when it reaches matoes. The empty can found other people' ear. its way into the back alley. If you feel tired, worn out, nervDallards Obelisk Flour Is pure, A young couple wandered htatthful and delicious. Try a sack ous and all unstrung, take Tanlac. aimlessly along, engrossed in today. It will straighten you out. Storme Drug Store. Hudson & Fainau. (It.) themselves and the candy they Spwuk a RiKtd ward for yoursolf Saturday Special 26 inch full QA Oarcis hand saw , .. Made by Winchester Company. Positively not sold at thia price except on this date. 2 SECTIONS 16 FAGIS THMTYITHIRD YEA THE CENTRAL RECORD. LANCASTER. KY.. THURSDAY AFTERNOON. MAY GIPSY liy Aleri ' SECTION 2 8 PAGES NUMBER S. I I. 1922. DOINGS AT PAINT LICK Interesting News of East End Capitol Lathered Corresponded tii boy SMITH, NOTED Mr. 8m Denny wni with friends In Paint Lick Saturday. Mr. nml Mr. Thoi. Logidon voire in Itlchmoml FrliUy afternoon. Mis Hunlctte ltamey ipent the week end with Ml" Lucille Klrlile. Mr. J. I). Hurchell visited relative nt week. In Jcamine county the old a calf Mr. W. O. AndeMon last week to Mr. Luther Fish for $14.00. Friend of Mr. W. (. Anderson will regret to know he continue very 111. Mis Virginia llnmmnck U spend-In- g the week with her grandmother, Mn. Tho. Italiton. Chettnut U Little Mli Hurwell the guest of her couin, Master Hilly River Peyton In I.ancnster. Grnutna Dicherson. Kanawha tall ia' barrel, and 100 pound tack. Hudton A Faroau. Mrs. Coyle, of Herea, were Mr. nml guest of her hrother. Mr. Tho. l.gdon anil Mr. Logsdon Sunday. Mr. Nettle Jewell has returned from a villi te friendi at Pcrryvllle ami l with her lister, Mm. Martha ray. Mr .nml Mm. Tern Pcytn, of were the guests of his slter, Mr. II. J. Chestnut anil Mr. Chestnut Sunday. Utile Miss Helen Ttt.lt! spent lait wek In Lancaster with her grnml-fatheJudge G. M. Treadway and Mr. Treadway. MeM. WimmL ami Itebt. Walker FayetUvilW, Tenn.,1 left Monday where they will be Jssined by otheM far a great fox Hunt. Messrs. It. II. I.edford. J. M. Todd. Kd Ralston ami Cabel Arnold Bttcnd-m- l church at the Republic Church, Dear Hoonsboro Sunday. Mr. A. H. Kstrtdge and on, A. II., Mr. J. 1. Ralston ami Mm. J. II. Halton and Mf Lena Kstrtdge were M Lexington Monday. shopping. Mi Jessie Mae llammack had for her guets the latter part of lat week, her couiln, Mr. Ralph .Fields ami friend. Mr. Itobt Moore, both of Lexington, The meeting at the Methodit church continued with great interest shown. "The hous Is crowded every night and good crowd for the morning lervlcet. MU F.mma Hurchfll's friend will be orry "he ha resigned her poll-lio- n at the Paint l.lck Garage. Mit Kmma made many new and laitlng frtenili while he wa at the Karaite. Rev. and Mr. C. A. Van Winkle had a their guests Sunday Mr. and Mr. J. I), Hurchell. Mr. and Mr. I. II. Shepherd and on and Mle Kmma llurchell and Jeitic Mae Ham-inacl.n-caster, r. fr furnishing plenty of fruit. very enjoyable noon hour wa pent. Mr. and Mr. Then. Logdon had the pleniure of attending. Dr. and Mr. II. J. Patrick, Mr. and Mm. It. G, Wood, Mr and Mm. It. J. Walker, Mr. and Mr. Wood Walker and Mr. nml Mr. It. W. Kit- ridge formed a party who urprled Dr. and Mr. F. 11. Smith Monday night of lnt week. It wa a com plete urprle a neither Dr. or Mr. Smith suspected anything of the brought their kind. The visitor and a own delightful refreshments very enjoyable evening wai pent. Mr. J. II. Pennington wa given a ureal surprise Sunday when 52 of her friend came, bringing dinner, which wa erved in "bulfet tyle." being her birthday. The occalon Mr. I'rnnltik'tnn had gone to church and on returning found the houe full of people, having been kept late at the church In order that all the crowd would arrive before he got home. The following were participant.: Mr. and Mr. J. II. Pennington, and five children, Mr and Mm. Felix Pennington and three children, Mr. and Mr. It. II I.edford and three children, Mr. and Mr. A. H. Wynn and daughter, Mr. and Mr. W. C. Wynn. Itev. C. K. Vogel, of Herea, Mr. N. II. Young, Mie Marthn, Dora l.ee and Minnie Coldiron, Kliza-betSara Jane and Hazel II en 'ley. Mora Cottrell, Catherine F.ly. Margaret Highland, Kureka McGuire, I.edford, Mr. Martha Kly, Mm- - J. D. Wynn and three children, Mei.r. Howard McGuire and Howard l.edferd. Mr. and Mm. T. P. King, Mr. and Mr. I'. M. Hurges and three children, Mr. and Mm. II. II. AndeMon ami four children, Mr. and Mr. Louise Andernn. Mers. Walter Anderon and I.oyd King. A pent nnd very delightful day wa plenty to eat. A Delivers Wonderful Address on "Talk Seems Appropriate Just Now As EVANGELIST THIRD PAYMENT TO BE MADE TO to Mothers Which POOL GROWERS Final Settlement Will Sale of The Holdings Drive Will Follow Distribution at the bale Of May 20th. boy will Re-Dri- ed thefrcrnp. "Itsports recently at best posted the district, that have been received "Mothers Day" Approaches We Reproduce It Here There Un't much chance for any child in thi world, naturally speaking, if he hn had a bad mother. So much depend on the infraction of the mother. The daughter of llerodla aiked for the head of John the Haptist. Thi girl, Instructed at her mother' tide laid: "(live me the head of John the Haptist on a charger." The wicked daughter of n wicked mother ask that the forerunner of Jeiu Chriit ahould be murdered. "She being, therefore, lntructed by that you, her mother.' 'It mean before anybody has a chance to get on the Job, mut settle what your child is to be. The preacher ha one anil only two or day out of arvr-nthen nnd If he get three hour one, he is fortunate in thiee days. With your child you have wven dnys In the week. What kind of instruction are you giving! Itememberl remember the intrurtlon that is to be for righteousness must not be merely It mut be life, If it is to tell. Somebody asked Napoleon indeed, it wn one of the French women "what do you consider the He looked French nation needs?" at her and replied with one word, "MotheM." And if I were niked what America, Canada. Kngalnd nnd hould sny the world need today, two werds: ..(lodly mother.." 1 this office, made by the men of each county in express the almost unanimous opinion that the big majority of Follow the outsiders will now stgn up. This of courc, Is most encouraging, but we try to see that they do sign up. I h, Instruction Thai Count. Swncbody has ald that "the hand that rock the cradle rule the world." It i the intruction that you get Into the child' mind before anybody turns the else get a chance that feet of your child up to Jesu, ol Mayr turns them away from him no mistake .It si the linpres of the mother that kits longest, whether it good or bad. 1 tell you that there i have been In my experience o many, I could not begin to count counle multitude. have come ti me and raid: "If my mother had been u good woman, life would have been different for me. I longed to be better, but I had no help, no encouragement, my mother wns wrong," Sometime mother wake up when It i too late, and come and ask me to pray for thetr boy and girl. They come to meeting of thi sort and ing in a sentimental way, "Where is my boy tonight:" till I want to get down straight and aik, "What did you do to prevent him wnnder-mg- r wan-derin- g Paint Lick Defeat. Lanca.lrr The Paint Lick High School team defeated the I.ancnster High School Hateball team, on the latter ground on Friday last, by the lopsided score The feature of the of ll to game wa the batting of the Paint Lick boy. The big blow off came In the fourth inning, when 13 men faced pitcher. Cox and Hratton. It looked a if they would have to send for the City Fire Department to put them out, I' .core being made in thlt Inning. ileazley pitching for the P. U II. S. had Umca'ter at hi mercy nil the time and with men on bae wa invincible. Hi fait breaking outdrop had the boy. breaking their back in an elTort to connect with . al-m- ot hi delivery-- , Mm. Witod Walker wa hostess to the following last Thurday evening. Mr. and Mr. 11. J. Walker, Mr. and Mm. It. G. Woods. Mr. and Mr. It. W. Ktrhlgc. Dr. and Mr. F. II. .Smith. Dr. and Mm. II. J. Patrick. Messrs. Ed Walker, Cabel Arnold ami score. Painl Lick Hifh School Win. Another In an exciting game of bateball, played at Hrodhead Saturday fith. the Paint Lick High School team defeated Hrodhead by the core of 4 to 3, the game reiolved into a pitcher' battle from the tart, between Payne of Ilrodhend and Cornett, of Paint Lick. Cornett getting the bet of the argument u Indicated by the above J. The High School boy are playing The pupil of the High School gave a good, clean game and deerve the Mr and Mr. Klder a surpne din upiort of the people of Paint I.irk. Friday of Int week at the chtol, Come out to our game and by your s each girl bringing an Iw i.'.es, cake, presence help u to defont the rtg nam T'ie any th nir '.e c'iJH' .lnd tr II. W.mkI. n-r op-pu- Jr 1 wa born amongst the bird. and the flower and tree, and if I'm out at thi time of the year and hear the trees and birds, I dun't hear much of the conversation. I am watching the tree and birds, the habit of which I know so well that t feel myself nearly one of them, ami love to be amongst them. A a boy, I have helped them build their nests, 1 have got little bit of feather nnd dry gras, nml such thing as I knew they and would need I tithe put them in their way. Then have gotten away, and hidden .and watched how these things have been picked up and put in the dce they dethem sit there, sired. I have and the little egg come, and then the little birds, the biggest thing I about which were their mouths. have helped to feed those little bird till they hopfteri front the nest to neit-makin- g, 1 ii.) linger. DEERING BINDER AND MOWER REPAIRS See us now for the repairs you will need, and he ready. Wo sell The Brown Manlev CULTIVATORS and the GENUINE MALTA DOUBLE SHOVEL. You are taking no chances when you buy these k'ood implements they jjivu satisfaction, and cost no more than others. WALKER BROS. Successor to Goodloe & Walker Hros. 1 have Men another lltsle nest broken by the wind, with two or three of the little uggt lyiitr mldleJ, cold and broken, and up nbave the tree top there ha been a bird sing-i- i g; and 1 thought that if these broken egg had not been forsaken, what they, too, might have produced. They woukl havo ben there, inging ti'o, if they could have been mother-- e I. That I Jut what we nee- dgodly mothers. Children don't need a doll ,a fashion plate. They don't need a giddy, thvuter going, dancing kind of thing. Tlwy n e ml a mother. Oh! you motheM, if your boy and girU are to grew up to real manhood, it mut be because of their strong, brave, true mother. The world need mothering. What kind of mother are yuu? Are you the kind of mother that lead your boy and girl to JetusT What kind of instruction, what great eternal principles are you instilling into the minds of the boy and girls about you? Are you training a tender, sensitive conicience, a deep Chew your fosd thoroughly and ence? For, hear me, your boys and girls may be dressed to death, but you will not have to chew the rag they will never b refined unleis they so much about the condition of your have a deep reverence for God. A stomach. ! cnrd-plnyin- g rvr deep reverence for God is of all refinement. Your never be n gentleman unless he has Lexington, Ky., The payment to learned to reverence (lod. Your girl be made to the hurley tobacco growwill never a lady unless she love C. oil. What kind of instruction are er May 'JOth., will be followed by a for third payment when the entire holdyou giving them, you mothcM? God will hold you responsible for ings of the Hurley Tobacco GroweM are sold. Asociation your children. Just when this will be I said to be I wonder if your child ha ever heard you pray? I wonder if you problematical but President James have ever taken that child apart and C. Stone has pointed out the fact I the shortest prayed with her? I looked down at that the crop of ID'Jl of 190H and the a mnn in front of a theater in Pitts- since the cut-oof burg; it wa a midnight meeting. government reports required We had n procession of eight or ten manufacturers show that their holdthousand people, and swept through ings are less than they were a year the city visiting the saloon and giv- ago. President Stone has had many ing away ticket for the theater ser- inquiries for the redried leaf held vice, and we got three thousand of by the association and has sidd some them there. You could smell them. of It. These inquiries have come They were oaked In whisky, and I from as far away as Denmark, a looked down on those men, saturated representative of a Copenhagen concern having called at the in sm a they were ,and I could not help thinking of their mothers. I office of the association the past said: "I wonder if your mother week. It wasmid to be certain that the woutd be disappointed in you if she saw you?" One young fellow in the distribution to the growers of the front put hii head down n If he had third payment on their crops, which been shot. He was an employee of probably will be the final one, will that theater, and next morning he show that the growers who Joined the called on the proprietor and asked to association have received more net be paid off. The manager said, money for their tobacco, besides pay"Why?" And he aid. "You heard ing their warehouse installment nnd Gipy Smith lat night. I saw you the entire expense of conducting the on the platform standing in the Hurley Association, including salaries wings. Do you remember what he and office expense. No one in authority at the Hurley sahl about your mother?" "Yes," replied the manager, "and he hit me .office would make any prediction as to when the third nnd probably hard." final payment this year would be ''Yes, and he hit me hard, too." you know, I haven't written to made, as it wa said that that pay"Do my mother for nine yeaM, and I'm ment depended entirely on the time holdings of going home." The manager told him of sale of the the association, but that is expected bethat he wa not going to stand tween a man and his mother, and to be a development of a few weeks paid him off with n bit extra. When at the most. million pounds Three and one-hathat young man got to hi home town of tobacco have been added to the it was dark. His sister wa Tobacco He amount which the Hurley her 21st. birthday. Association knocked at the door, and his moth- Growers' Resolutions er answered. Then he aked for a will handle for growers of Kentucky, Ohio, Indiana and Wet Virginia In At a regular meeting of the City night's lodging, but she told him that a n result of additions to the Council of the City of the house was full, but that if he Lancaster, went to a near-bhoue they would number of contract signers since held May 1st., 1922, the following give him shelter. Then he said, March 1st. Assistant Chief of the resolution were adopted: s' He It Reiolved: "Mother," and she recognized him Field Service Division William That In the death said Saturday that 1,'JSC groweM of Judge Miller, the city has lost a and threw her arm around her long-loboy, saying: "Come in Jack, I had been added since March lit., and fearless and efficient official, one ROOM FOIt YOU." that in many instances the signa- who was faithful and true to the have ALWAYS He never forgot his mother. If tures were voluntary and without trust imposed In him by people who you have been a good or bad mother, any solicitation on the part of the elected him. That the whole community has lost your boy will never foregt. They worker for the Association. "Theie contracti," said Mr. Co- a good citizen and those with whom will think of what they have got from llin, "were signed, for the most part, he associated, a true friend. you, good or bad. n That his family has lost a kind In the Old Country a man was with solicitat ion and after the had been in actual operation and effectionate husband and father. condemned to die for murder, and That a copy of theie resolutions be his mother wa allowed to see him long enough to give everyone an to observe its method. and sent to the family and a copy pubfor the last time. She stood on one ide of the bar nnd he on the other. business plan. They furnish, there- lished in the Central Record. W. F. Champ, Mayor. She wa weeping and crying, and he fore, some very conclusive evidence said; "It' no good crying now." of the fact that the 'doubters' who Atteit: Paul F. Morrow, Clerk. She looked at him and said: "Well. didn't sign last fall are becoming coneslling is the Be of good cheer and you may I never taught you any harm." "No," vinced that way ofmarketing soon be cheering. taught be mot business-lik- e he said, "and you never any good. If you had I should not have been here." What instruction are you giving your children? You mny give your child a good time, ai far a the world i concerned: give them parties, horses to ride, cards to play with, and help him to the devil, but God gave you that child to do with him what He meant something higher Your boy and girls and holier. want something more than book toj read. THKY NKKD TO UK HKI.PKD ' TO JKSUS. , 1 saw- - a mother sitting in front of me with her baby in her arm. Tn.it little child, attracted by the voice or my movement, watched me' all the time. I Hkt to that moth-- ' er and she told m it wti hor llrat baity. 1 asked her if she was a1 Christian, and she said: "Well, no,, 1 don't know, I am not a pronounced Christian." Then 1 niked her if hv would give the baby to me. She tightened her arm around her child and said: "I couldn't ku my boy." I told hor: "If yuu keeep that baby )ou will lead him away from Josus, because you don't want U be a Christian." She "looked at her baby-am- i Cool your burning tongue at OUR soda fountain, I saw the struggle coming; preswhere only wholesome drinks and ices are served. ently the big tear. and ns she kissed t Our syrups and flavors are PURE; the cream the baby she laid: "That's a I ought to be a Christiun we use is FRESH. for baby's sake." 1 am pleading for Let the children come often to our fountain. the children, for generation yet to Our ice cream is delightful, nourishing FOOD for Wive, sliteM, welcome come. Christ in your home. Give him a their growing little bodies. They will like our ice chance with you. Life of Faith. cream and like you for letting them have it. ut p lf cele-hintiy Col-linst aio-elatio- "To this end, therefere, a short but Intensive membership drive ha been planned to begin May 'JOth., when the second payment on their crops are handed out to the grower The assistance of every loyal member is requested and enthusiastic response is expected for certainly all members realize the importance of eliminating competition among the tobacco growers. If, for Just one week, Interest in this campaign can be thoroughly aroused all over the Hurley district our percentage will be increased to the point where the Independent loose lenf markets will have a hard struggle for existence next season. Such a possibility sure is worth our best efforts. "One thing that should be remembered In this campaign and at all time. Is that the 'outsider' should be dealt with kindly and his rights and privileges reipected. If any other policy is adopted, or anything done to antagonize these people, our neighbors, it will work great harm to the association. "Let everybody Join in with the chairman and other workers in his county on May 20th., and for a few days thereafter, and make an cam-eand systematic effort to make In the Hurley district the sign-uone hv mired per cent." Secretary II. Lee Barley was busy the past week signing the checks to growers which will be sent out May 20th. There are about 75,000 of these checks. Including landlords, tenants, banks to which grower have a!gned their certificates as security for loans, and a few who have bought the certificates from growers. Secretary Karley uies a machine In signing these checks which permit him tosign live of them at one operation, but he still will have to sign his name 15,000 times before the check will be ready to send to the dlrecton who will distribute them to the growers. st ( SODA rr3ft I Come to US for it. McRoberts Drug Store The Central Record, Lancaster, Kvy Thursday May m m m 1 I, 1922 111 m American Legion News Where ergnnlicJ labor stands regarding the payment of a bonus has been expressed by Samuel Gomper. president of the American Federation of Labor, In an address before the Connecticut state federation at N'ew President Gompers Haven, strongly favors the American Let?- Inn's adjusted compensation measure, ami said: "The American Federation of La bor believes that the men who risked their lives gave up 'heir jo'os unit are now out of work should be compensated, ilusincss would be revived and an enormous amount of money put Into circulation, while the public at large would be atTected financially very little if Congress pascd a Just taxation act." "WHO KNOWS?" i! FRANCES M. SMALL IWJ, cigarettes Depend on 4 If Imd WIS "A 3T VHlT i eiiinli. Tlie idea was on lier tluit slie was mlsing the tlilnt; that other -irlrls liml. Take IVccy. for InslHin e "Keel xe rsbbair" will be a brand Her )oiiiig n had iHiitcht n ear new Prettch battle cry this summer, rlally lo tnkc her riding and ImuKtit for Paris, reports that the French her chimI) ntnl tiMik her to capital is to be treated to league base I'k'i:y IihiI iinfessi tlwt Jim alwan ball, a In Americafne, box scores and wiintiil a cimm night kiss and g.it It! nil. t'ldy nine had Jack ever tried lo Four team, two made up of Yan hold lt,'ti)'n ImmL ami lion she had kee war veterans nnd two selected him, Jnl lo lease, hut he from FrenfJi athletic club, will make being xrry shy. Imd nut made aimiher up the league which the American ntleftipt. The rtlly," she tlioucht. "lie oticht forming. The Legion in Paris Legionnaires also will instruct in the lo knotv Imt a slrl wants l he pur Mini. He' hern luklllg ini Imt tuurll proper throwing of pop bottles. fur croiilfl I Inite It any Inn- Games will be played, starting ger." .ihe lolit Peggy as imiili. 1 imepuccs Haysl Hobby, Stimtd to llr Somtthing Wrong. s Hagatelle-gToundMay 20th., on the "1,'ihhI slrl." salil IVccy, "Ymrri' I li.nl .. ,oui Kennrtli s Iwutl er l.nu been to the ..iti.'ii ter in the Hois (Wlloulegne. Iihi live a clrl to waste )mir time 011 ..lid it l Mi.d llmt he li.id si hopltH .n-l Kenneth wultlnc Imt dend'head. dltlHiilt .1 I I.. ill ii.lju.'lns bis f.ir ber return, The ilay of "Ile'ii iHt a 'iliiuMittid'; he's Just n and c men of the House of .it.li- - (Imt he telle, till oil the her liAtoei Milling lie tm.k rhalr up lo Ro to tsiirll havlNg MlleHiisl to the HlMlw' and wjt.hel iwery auto "iilMiirilil) ( Representatives are determined to Idle. itlet Imi) but lirlnc mn 1,1 HlhlHk' like uniformity pa Willi hl Hutteneil llllle the allegnl fraudulent hlui Imt leitMHi," tle tared Itvtty. .Make the hens scratch for their investigate 'I nlcht she made Clover blunt will bo claiming the of betlef in iii.illen. of fnllh when acHlll.t lie win,)ifmtw Sod.lHiljr feed nnd not for lice, has been sug- transactions of the War and Navy pretty. Why Is it when a wom- he umiIiI 11. .( make nil) two of his an auto Hillel up hta usuol numfier of victims among Kenoukti gested by poultrymen at the College departments ami to see that prosecu- an Inti-iiito hurt a man he mule Ulllepli-cKetiheth ilasheil ..kr. e with nil II other '' On out and w.itfl tucky cnttle in the near future, live of Agriculture ns a good watchword tions are waged to bring to Justice herWf tHiuiilful for the . one hef ut hl wit's laadl) lie nitf-HI ! her stock men at the College of Agriculfor Kentucky farmers during the these individuals who by technical Promptly at a ipinrter to clclit the tend fi.r .tr..-.,Im- - said "I Motln-- Wis iiiit,".-...1 In hi III. at ture say. The trouble is most pre coming summer. iliMir - j she Iw c , rnme up the really do ii.-- i k it. nil il', and Jnrk At least 7fl per mean or otherwise defrauded the li do. unlil.iin Mil l Ketinrtl. I.H.kiil valent during the spring of the yean ) Il he to (locks ni the State are government of huge sums af money stairs with the happy liMik In hi iii )..iir limjety a at ber ..ei dear, iki. clover, especially cent of the when alfalfa and I e .f . t. I.e ,1 am 1 .1, . of the of Ihe HHin who Is rmileiit within him- frl troubled with lice and mites each during nnd after the self mid with the world In cenentl. the red and white varieties, are in summer, this condition not only low- - war," sayj an announcement made nt Itetty rectitiil It. bloom, It is said. Farmers in n num Washington by the Itti4ative comthe "lie mcht," he felt, "lo hae n ber of sections already have reported lMk-i- is mitter of the American Legion. TWo more tht ullt of thoucti he really the appearancse of the bloat in their! 1bt1a," Btsl way lo pay for HOME. birds so that they are more apt to House enminittee have been appoint- were lr)lng to win my favor." BrslllnrtslDcollfcr SURI'LUS FINDS herds. "Hello," nld Jack, "here'ii a new become infected with disease, it was ed to investigate all contracts and Preventative measures arc said to pointed xpcmlltures made by the two de reenl fur the jdioiioicraph. It'a John out. be important in controlling the trou lirlVrniHck ami I think you'll like It." good time of the year partments. This is a "Never mind the record now. Jack ble. It has been recommended that' to get ahead of many of the lice and lwnnt to led you sumethlng." And onJCItyJProperty only. farmers turn their animals on new mites, which multiply If Seattle men become more rapidly then, fearing tlmt her eoiirace would pastures gradually and that they give nt club meetings, they will have an not stay "screwed to the sticking Ask who has payed his home V them a full feed of hay before turn-- , cleaning of the poultry house, the honest alibi. An American Legion point," mid imt iluring to meet Jack's ing them into pastures after they. , and Loan J In- - Mumbled on. poultrymen lay. Such cleanings have post hn bought one of the U. S. ship- cji-khave been confined and fed dry feeds ! "I I've cHe to the rtiurlu-Jni- i, ,, . . .. been ; . , ,. , , found to be effective mean of ping board's woodun hulls, moored it , , . . , u nil winter, ti am) 19 wen iu nnc , Jack, that that w ...III .., I. . t )oii and I enn't ,!.., , some hay In a pasture contn ning fit along tocether any more. YonI anJ on the jou're not my t)n. of imtsoii. wnuc or reu ciover since wic uiiimuia -- ui.i..n. Tin., it.... ...uii.. ...i... want soineone wllh more life, ,. ,. instinctively eat hay and relieve . .. . Miss Sor? Shelby Mascn, 5ec!y-T- f One of the most novel stunts In ' J. E. Robin$on,'kPfjit!enl. amy un me ruosis and in uic cracKs as. h, there's no usw going on. themselves when they begin to bloat. of the house and trouble the chickens Jurisprudence took place at n mock Jack. You how lmossltle it Is. In cases of acute bloating, it is only when they go to roost or are trail conducted by the American Leg You hae hern lotnlnc here for two recommended that the sick animals on cnr. and we ilnn't mean any mure the nest, J. IE. Smith, one of the ion nt Birmingham Ala., nnd preMaaaBtft..k be given one quart of a one and one- Destructive Volcanic Outburst. poultrymen pointed out. This makes sided over by Judge II. II. Abemnthy, to each other now I linn lwe ever did. ..lidiv ol ths Pljrietc. .half per cent solution of formalin IIKng 1. ui be. ...t of l.t s' i only i A nationally known Jurist, to instruct Can't oii iee tiow I fe.-- alnmt Itl hut irHsi it necessary to follow different methAlnl MHir Itetty trallinl off Into silence, a few iu.ie ...., r , followed by placing a wooden block .( i KitMiieii , the reat 1, ods in ridding the ilock of the pests. new citizen. The talesmen were .ix still not darltic to look at Jack. inb iiliii 1. Jl.iiitt I .in will. I, I inter-- I MlKl'i' in the animal's mouth and gentle ex-- j Tlie ilUHBC- spoke Sodium tluoride which can be pur- - service men, none of whom ... .11. l ilHHel l net When she did loot,' up, he was InfTV lllltten' er i e.i. I he l.i- nBe Hull grM crcise if the animal can be gotten ntiniitil nt tint .Irtft ,rn la m.l Knglish, and six Birmingham girls. - ..f at the diMir. and had starteit to spesk. ,nlenre It imi t ; 111 IK. T- r.. tH, 1st lb itBr up, Formalin, which can be purchas-- 1 cither as n powder or 11 dip and ha t. r Hie iixmih.. the ii Ills fnrc was suihleiily tint), and hnil land if Si. I um ami ilatiy-tnettTit. ed at any drug store, can be made ., ,1 n,,iit In the A woman in Tennessee who saw new lines Mie Imd nut nc-t- i lefore. flow nniilrs 11. i been found to be an effective means ef lu4er nr.- - tMriiT than the into the proper solution for drench- of controlling lice. far i.ewB . n IIk daitk. The Idaek Hbih-- i y,r,ntt, When it is used .Marshal Foch while he wan touring Ills eye looked hnpelesi unit nome-horltal Ike 4aet ing by adding one-haof It ounce they wetit to her heart. Miles I Jlar M.tnt inMi MititHl Ike aas a dip for hens one pound is addeif the United States under the auipices irnlU of tre.i.ie Mm ti Ikmml for to one quart of water. ll.e .V iwlellHo Jaik sMke: "I'm sorry, Itetty. I lls fnreots n. I tef....! ..r iinv Hita.H to ten gallons of luke warm water. of the American Legion, ha written i,n..l emit)lng Into Is hei.l in .i,u .j know-- . If thill's the wuy )ou 'Nre rNk .... After the animal has been relieved, It Is used full strength 4h mo and the marshal ajking him to wild her didn't when the hens nt iI.mhIh of imiii plam-- i Jt i rnll by feel about It, I guess there's no mure the sen. tiMstera, it is well to drench it with 6nc pound are dusted with one of h's worn out shirts. She to lie said. I supume 1 hulelft been rime dit wlc it. I Mi n.nS of imi land of il.,-..i,n u alwa) lb of Kpiom salts and one-haounce In controlling mites, it Is necessary wants to make an apron, he declare, fair to )oit. I J11M didn't think. Oooii tlsh were kiilid water, ' r ..iri". r 'lie l.illni of ground ginger in a pint of tepid tlrst to clean ami would like to have It the house thoroughly nlsht. Ilelty." water. and then spray it with a three to The iliM.r opened mid closetl. Could It i.lldi- - he had gone like that, Love In a cottage is sweet In pro- -' five per cent solution of some good Kven the movie stars know how it without eer u word? Tiiklnc the portion to the amount of grub on the stock dip. The roost poles are paint- with so much calmness? 'ed with a full strength solution of feels, the American Legion of Mintable. "Oh! Dli! till!" Mormcd Itetty neapolis, .Minn., reports J. Warren :r the same material or crude oil. "liK-n'- t he know, doexu't he know-tha- t Good times are Just ahead of us, Kerrigan, of Hollywood ha written a girl wants lo he asked and but they seem to be moving about1 Nothing i expensive that Is worth the ktnte bonus board of .Minnesota, I muled HKiilli Hint Hgnlii hefore she a fast as we do. the pr.ee you yay. asking that his $285 war compensa- gles In?" Hut uiuliTlieuth the Iuik-leli- t up and paid." tion be "hurried nige there was a feeling of gnu I Kerringan unlisted a a buck private limn, Neer mind ; she would get oter It. and was t'ischarged as a second She picked up the new record and put It on I he IHliihllie. Jnhll Mcl'or-ina- i Oo k'e "Who Know a?" She Nit down ) Poor families in Nashville, Terni., and listened tu It. The nieliHly was : will be provided with ice this sum sweet. mer by NaskAill post of the Amerishe MtCoruwrk." "Jack likes can Legion. The service men report-- e thoucht. The ords of the sung were I scores of indignunt familivs un- haiiiitfng. You cam do better work with noori t rjl.s. (!) able to kevp fowl ami milk for babies "TThhi rt Ike soul of a ruminsr's itay, Good tools U t'se result of better during the sweltering weather. Thou art the Lrrath of a rwMutter crops make you more money. Hut the MiiMm.r Is rtnl, ami th to' Is THEREFORE GOOD TOOLS, GOOD CROPS ' On July. Fourth, all persons in U'hrrr are tkry onT Wha knuwsT I AND MORE MONEY WHY PUT IT OFF. Who kiHmsT" Seattle, Wash., who have reached the 'age of 21 during the preceding ymr A lump was In Hetty's throat. TruWe all of take a public oath of allegiance ly, her summer m lied, and she hnd (!) the United States and the con- - ktlliil the rose with her own hand. lF to hi' tier any more. Till whs hut m colli luslon IihuIII) reni'lied. Mie lind tlHilllilit II our rerlousl) ntnl ilelllier 11I1I) titore IIhiii two weeks. Jack nut lie w Iini "iJow." whs a dear For nlliioM two jistin now lie Inn! luvn nillltu oil WtilnenMy tilulil, llltiliy as Hie nirli Itself, but mer niiri It) word or look ImiI lie liittiiint.it that hUf iintuit Miiy more to I1I111 Until C.uuUy deiiiKil Hint she must (ell Jack Unit lie iimlil imt mine Ititty .Nf..r r.llc.lr. fr !, ICE IN 11 ALL WEATHER Hie Iiihh gniili In tilit. pud) ii.lilun tin- - 4 grtng mi tin innitr or the 1 We pledge ourselves PURITY, to They are FULL WEIGHT, GOOD SERVICE sotn.-tlm- i" Good! Buy this Cigarette and Save Money BASTIN BEOS. tltiie-ple'e. s 11 1 1 Bloat Threatens Cattle Many Hens Scratch For Lice And Not For As Clover Opens Feed Blooms "Kx-servi- l'e 11 - I v rnl 1 .! e r ! 4 I ' ' i eie re 1 ""'BB ' I $1,000 TO LOAIN soa-slc- k ' the'man through;thc Building for Association ,lt. .n Lancaster Building & Loan Ass'n wh--w- : f.-.- n"-'- fn-ii- 1 I . e -t ,1 s)lm e Mimm-'lult- lf ati 11 m-- . lf n. Ktr-'ii- i l' ! Dye Icq Use Labor Savers-- Less Work evf. MAKE MORE MONEY 1 -. ' ' Lights C handle kinds 9 & Farm Implements ' ' 1 stitution, under auspice Washington University American Legion. : pt of the of the ThMi art lk hsix-- of mr a(tr years. Hun on my wliiur s snow". Over Fourteen Thousand in use. ! I f.Y As a measure of preparedness (!) another flood, American Legion of Pueblo Colo., are establishing I rescue stations outlde the flood , men two The tears were pouring down her cheeks, ami the voice wetit on, breakfor ing hw hmrt. "Hut th sky. ors ko by, 'math a clou.Hr.. rnett? Who knows, ter- - I ! ) i Becker and Machinery possible prices. at the lowest BRYANTSVILLE, "I ran'l bmr It. Jack, Jack, I want you,' sobbed Hetty, and she knew lie The Distinguished Sorviee Order wnuld not vnin; he old not carr of the American Legion has been enough for ber. Jetfre of There wud a step In the ball; the tii conferred on .Marshal M France, by Hanfard MncNWer, cum- - door opened, nnd Hetty looked up. 'PL.. Li.-- "Jack!" she i'rled. "you did eo:n i uiiijk(uo iiiaiiuvr, .11 1t'...Ul lie nigdecoration has been hackl" est Legion "lU'tty, my dear, my denr," he snld, awarded unly four other persons, Me and held mil his anna. of them Marshal Foch. i. ntory where ropes, boats and other equipment will W kept. Vhn shall r who knowtr There is a satisfied user near you. Thos. S. Pieratt Phone 338-B II BUCKEYE, KY. I & Ballard KENTUCKY. 1 To find a toratlon for unemploy- i ment of Canadian war veterans, the Great War Veteran Association, Dominion replica of the American Legion, has petitioned the government to summon a natUnal economic conference. Oratorical Arhltvcmsnt. What do ou consider the iuot Inyou ecr muder fluential "The one I delivered day M'for jestenlay," replleil Senator Sorghum. "The cook was threatening lo leuf. und by exerting my lowers of tlqueue tu the utmost 1 pcrsundsd htt to stay." -1 FORIDELCOl LIGHT SERVICE CALL MR. ROBERT LONG, JR. v The Central Record. Lancaster. Ky. 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Buy a Modern Instrument Today Reduced Prices for I Highest-Grad- e Instruments ( a WV. v $2.75 Model Reduced to !( II II II 225 165 II II mm '" I'J.' 1 4k You and your friends will enjoy ' the evening more when the Grafonola brings to you "all of the music of all of the world, and most of the fun of it too." You need only to investigate and compare values to prove the above statements. When life's candle is burning low, music brings contentment and comfort, and fills the declin ingyearswithsongsofyearsago. 34 Models in 6 Different Finishes Come in Today While Selections Are Complete McRoberts LANCASTER,- Store KENTUCKY. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky Thursday May I 1. 1922 Mi rfiiai .mL Don't buy any Lumber or Building Material Until you have visited our yards. WE WANT YOU TO SEE THE GRADES WE ARE SELLING "fl'fXUU li XTnToit" W aJLb - on those repairs until they reach the point where more repairs are required. One board today is cheaper than two tomorrow. Mr Seasoned U T" It , . h 11 ' '1nTN ' al t ' BUILDING i a. h ', ! .. iI - ..ifc LUMBER IN MATERIAL r ALL ITS GRADES OF EVERY KIND Bastin Lumber LANCASTER KENTUCKY I Co I Mr. nnd Mrs. J. W. Dallcy and Mrs. Hiram Ray, Mrs. Nora Teater, j.Mr nnd Mrs. (J. II. Jtolnnion, of : TralnlPB Chi d Throuoh son, spent Tuesday night with .Mr. Muse Salhe Lou Teater, Kthel Ray jHnckley recent! Mil of ,U thlM Housework is hard enough when and Mrs. Sim Ray. and Saihe Noel spent Wednesday in .Mr. .Manon Well and son. Cecil,!"""11"' be irultmt in il.at ,.rt ,,f Bt, Now Weighty Drag On Poul- healthy. Every Lancaster woman 'n Weh when Mrs. Maggie Tracey ha. returned Richmond. visite.1 Mr. ami Mrs. H. I). Creech kmh in who is having backache, blue and to try Profits h i" Sunday School Sunday A. M. at Saturday and Sunday. her home after a vwdt with Mr. l K"l-i, nervous spells, dirty headaches and 10:15, preaching at 11, T. Y. T. U. and Mrs. Tom Tracey. I he stork With egg pricci lower than they kidney or bladder trouble, should be vtIWl the kwrne uf Mr. Mrs. Charlie Toyntvr and daugh- Sunday evening, at 0:15 ami preach- and a Mtani glad to heed this Lancaster woman's Rsrtblt Mr. John Kinnalrd April 30ta.. "InamwHls asf.Hiin! In n to Riches. have been at any time this season dream," run experience ter, were visitors Tuesday of Mrs. ing nt 7:15. and left a dainty little giri, named a midline. If and feeU price slowly but steadily the M.iry ran U- Mrs. M O Aldrldco. Danville like. W. M. Uaker and family. Mrs. W. II. fiullcy, of Lexington, level reached climbing from the low Lucille, lis shiWoiii realise a ays: "There ! nothing like Doan'a sum Mr. and Mrs. Herman Humphrey. and .Mrs. Henley WhittaW, of Madi- lait summer, high fgg prjductlon U Kidney Pills for backache. 1 have Rev. Ileuler, uf Wilmttre, delKrred t,y .(twtmlrit: uttnt l.e mt Wrnr be guests of Mm. R. went ! bed In obtaining protfis, ac- taken them several times for dull are the proud parent of a line boy, son county, were Important Tmnvrlpt a very pleasant sermon at lletbcl W. Sander Tuesday. cording to poultrymcn at the College pains In my back. I have also had christeneil J. W. Humphrey. Sunday afternoa. It was enjoyed Mr. and Mr. N'ath Bogie, Mr. and Thcrt Was a Rsason. Unless they are hnrp, shooting pains In my side .Mrs. li. M. Lane, .Mrs. Henry of Agriculture. by everyone present Cam again. JlitMMy t.siitac til aim) who promptly broken up and returned to when sweeping, thnt felt as though Crimes and daughter were guost Mrs. Jess Ilogie and family, of Lan- Ilro. Heeler. wm a r'fc, ml ii ,injiel cery the laying flock, thousands of hens a knife were stabbing me. Some-time- s Wednesday of Mrs. Robert Simpson. caster, Mr. and Mrs. Jess Hill anil iisp .lay lmtl. an uniiMially daughters spent Sunday with Mr. ami that become broody at this season of camp I would get dizzy and specks Mrs. Clarence Uoltzelaw enter-tuine- d EtHl iMmmt be fkn.nl i,i hi, three before my eyes that nearly .Mrs. Ollie Ilogie. the year can seriously reduce the pos. blinded nip if I stooped ew4n. win. fv fat MRd about thirty guests Saturday anil over, When the I got an nihilities of obtaining profit', Mr. and Kufu said "I knww nw why jmi got surh attak like this, ray kidneys in honor of her son Clarence Jr. KirUville, Mrs. and Klakeman, of fat IUU." poultrymrn say. Mr. Mr. Marion were out of order and acted Irrecu. daughter, Mr... Nannie Ray nnd Hens that begin to show sign of larly I went to Mcltobcrt'a Drug Mrs. Claud Bolton were guets Moil' Calico, of Kdenton, Mr. ami Mrs. In order to how their neighbor "Flfty four Torty, or Floht." brooding should be confined In Store and got Doan'a Kidney i'IIIs. day afternoon of Mr. and Mm. Sim Tiylor Raney and Mr. I'. (I. Trcston, the value of corn and soybeans grown "llfty fiair Pry. Hubl. um coops immediately and giv- They have always cured me of the of Lancaster were here Sunday to see together cry ad.tjtfwf ihstifur Ibe Herthwelern Ray. and hugged otT, IS Meade . en proper care and feed In order that Mr. I.enzy Ray, who continues county farmers u ill with !Mttary itlMiiaMm h, i,M,, WM, (JU, and 60c, at nil dealer. Pon't birthday. Cake., strawberries they may start laying as soon as pos..f MMitg ,mr rlalms In Ptr. the College of Agriculture extension tKc terru,.n simply ask for a kidney remedy-- get ice cream were served. A delightful sible. It is best to give the birds .K..r .,f . ,,.k-r,.-( w Rev. J. F. Trice, of Louisville, who division and County Agent 11. II. Doan'a Kidney Tills the same time was spunt and every one left the same grain feed that is being fed been our pastor for the Aldrldgo had. hut past thai Mr in conducting demontlralitt wishing him many mure such days. " iwr wan. to the laying hens and plenty of Co.. Mfrs,, Ittiffalo. N Y. year has moved into our midst, bring- along this line during the cowing composed of milk or a dry mash Rings In Wood. ing with him his splendid wife and summer. equal parts by weight of bran, shorts, WWIc all the Ire.- -, temper-at- e f BUCKEYE three children. In the history of I'riMwntiit iiih uf ku.irlt ..rllil,..,.. ' ground oats, corn meal and tankage. McROBERTS DRUG STORE regkm and Htaar tho... u- Liberty Ilaptist Church, which is one to Madison county boy ami girls the iroplr Iwvc arewth If such hens are placed in the Mr. Klmer Ray led the II. V. T. of the oldest Haptitt churche in t Inrine. In not in recognition of their project wrk all me nre tb In dcimity broody coop the day they lay their JUDSON Sunday evening. U. state. Our pastor has not resided in conductcd during the Kit year re- and .ilr treat enMth i .bow last egg Instead of being allowed to Mr. Mai Carter, Hiram and Agnes the community with the exception of cently markml the elne uf In the finished mihIitIkI, a Mr. and Mrs. Ollie Graham were stay en the nest several days after one. It is the consonutu of opinion ful year of Junior ngneulturaluceei. the AimrleHti r.in-i- ry Magazine, Q Carter spent Tuesday in ilerea. club they have stopped laying, the break- visitors in this vicinity Sunday. Mr. Frank Ijind was in Richmond of our congregation that this place work in that county, affording to ('.mitun iNtnple are ing up process will be hastened. pen paper Mrrh. tulip wm.l. Mrs. Leonard Naylor wa the guest vAy, . wil Ibo of much benefit to our com- County Agent H. F. Spence. Saturday to consult Dr. Moss The For every day that the hen are al- Monday of Mr. Tom Tracey. ,.Mar. and munity in many ways. We welcome presentation of the certificates fea- Hlfel.1. 1.11,1,..,.. Sir. and Mr. Ray Noel were guests lowed to remain on the nest after ernln nf tfa,. i(h, II n, ami spruces, Mr. and Mrs. Felix Lane's little of Mr. and Mrs. Jasper Noel Sunday.' Ilro. Trice and hi family and assure tured the program uf "Achievement they nave stopped laying before they son has been christened Victor II. them that they will be welcomed a Day" held in honor of the club mem Mr. anil Mr. D. W. Tnrson have are confined, it usually takes about SM.rue, ,hi shotilil get nmrrlel,' Mr. Wm. Lane ana son wore been visiting Mr. nnd Mrs. Rono our neighbor and as our friends. ber who Had suffoeofully completed biIvIn bring them back three extra days to w. n the married man. "It uur interest at all limes in many their projects. guest Sunday of Mrs, Nannie Hay. Fast. A eool place, perferably J to laying. derful to hHt a Ihhho wiltlng for you ways hould be mutual. We believe The llrst jwre bre! Hervftird with wIm ).m return nt nleht. There under a tree in hot weather, is a good Mrs. Tom Telia nl wot the guest Mrs. J. T. Stapp and ion, of Lex- that the future work of our pastor place for the broody coop. fwr a gnnleu mid u Wednesday afternoon of Mrs. Austin ington, visited .Mr. J. T. Trather will be a criterion and that he ami tt pedigree to be brought into l.twlie eeMncy In county has arrived, according tu lawn; iim inn rwl-- e n ag from a Although all broody hens are not Iilack. Tuesday. hi sfamily wil be a guiding Mar. County Agent T. I llritten. John pup, fMlilrtm are adorable nnd no the hen that loafer or Mrs. Raymond Uurchell nnd daughMrs. Raymond Ruble, of Danville, Some forty of our members gave, iroiilMe nt ail, a wife an lnplro-H"H- . Hamilton, Karler, Is the owner. persists in becoming broody will lay ter spent Wednesday with Mrs. Bail- was a guest of Mrs. W. T. Long, Hie I tlrt them a pantry shower Friday eve. Crittenden f khe ilm' get sil'plil few eggs, the poultrymen say. Atcounty farmers are imi ey Hay. nlng, which was much appreciate! of the week. )m hIhh) talk her out of tempts should be made to identify to llnd hipp4ng It." "I f Hi,,, Mr. and Mrs. Cronloy HanhWck purchase! a nice by them. Mr. Ray Noel this type of hen and send her to the a prolltable metlHxl of marketing can." sahl the Imebelor, thoughtfully. entertained soveral guott at dinner pony from Mr. Ilerryman, af near market, they say. their poultry, according to County HAMILTON VALLEY Sunday, Nlcholasville. Agunt J. It. Spencer. They recentMow Many Ctjrsf Walk straight and will not go Mrs. C .11 .Nayler and children Messrs. J. T. and I'hil Prutkur are c think of (be iHtiiiim,,. of stars Mr. James Clark, who has been ly udilwl another cur U the number crooked. guests of Mr. Nannie Ray in Lancaster visiting Mr. and Mr. wire nd Mould In all nroUMIIt v ,nv Unit already shipped this season very sick is improving. Tuesday. Meade Tenter. i " u 'eiir, frosty. iiHmiile.N iilnht ve A StVENTY-YCA- R LD CtUFLC Kortv....v..n' nrln.r.1. w " . VWII .Mrs. J, N. Hulette visittsl Mrs. " ..III! Mrs. Tom Murphy ami mother Sir. ami Mrs. Ambrose Calico, ef f g, Mr. and Mrs. T, D. Carpenter, riN,",Jr' ducted a demonstrations by their i Pa, suffered from kidney were guest .Monday of Mr. W. M. Richmond, have been visiting Mr. John Kinnalrd Thursday afternoon. own,,, who with the trouble. Me says: "My wife and I Simpson. Mrs. Marion Well and daughter. and Mrs. Lunzy Ray. Co lege u rVo.o1,ra,ing dl-- j suffered from kidney trouble and had feer Ibarl M.u.l dUUnct rtar. In th Cora, visited Mr, and Mrs. Thurston Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Mack were Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Long visited vision and County Agent Robert II. rheumatic pains all through the body. N'lierc, oi Mint-i- t we see Robinson Thursday. DanThe first few doses of Foley Kidney guests Sunday of Mr. usd Mrs. Aus- Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Ruble at rorJ are attracting considerable at- "n y half of uny n time, there are Mr. and Mr. T. Robinson were tention among McLean Pills relieved us, and five bottle en- tin llluck. ville from Friday until Sunday. county farm- only a wore of star, tirely cured us. Altho we are both in Friday evening guest of Mr. andl ers who are interested in beginning Slrliia, the l.rlcliteM of Mr. and Mrs. John Yater deHght-full-y Mr. and Mrs. Henderson Sanders, Improving the seventies, we are as vigorous at I thetn, and Including star like Orion' their orchard and increasing their rlgbt entertained svvtrul friends at ef Lawrenceburg, have been visitors Mrs. John Yarber. we were thirty years ago." shoulder and left knee. Itetclgeux .Mr. and Mr. W. M. Creech visited- - fruit yields, it i reported. of I'rof. and Mrs. llobart I'rice. McROBERTS DRUG STORE dinner Sunday. and Ulgvl, Vega and Arcturus. BROODY HENS WOMEN GIVE OUT f ',, ,'7pIy t -- , ""' hrl brlMe prtiL gtl Farm And Home News From Over Kentucky fir - rj. very-low- er KnMcr-.Mll-bur- f tl. -1 rninii pti.in-Inenll) y lmswl, Clb-ton- ,,.w non-luyer- s, g i,n r,j, ju yu Hsr-risbur- ltn XI" Z K u, g, e n The Central Record. Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, May JOHNNY By MILDRED I I 1922. I .X 11 Better Sires For Sale "BRED IN OLD KENTUCKY" wind' WHITE &fcoooooo CKOOOOCOOOOOOOOi? i"' u..ittn .s.w.iif The sire is the hotter half of the horl and the Pure IlItKI) to a payiiiK invofltment. 12 BIG RUGGED POLAND CHINA BOARS FOR llcllnila Milled her iiiotlier romfurt nlily in u Iminelni,' wicker cluilr, then lurnitl to the window. "Il'ii a ElnrluiiK day," lie Mild. "I'd like to i;o out ulid do niuiit t lilnc Inter PUBLIC SALE - - ON -- "tine" Periods cf Flower Seed Germination Vary Widely re-U- regretted, "I nm iirry. my deur," to me like M, but 'to keep you nti are my 'rellHlile.' Wlwt Mould I Watch this corner every week for bargain in nil do ulth'Mlt my little Itliny llri't I'lulre kinds Pure Bred Stock. and I'li-- lire nut li ciiy and luippy but lirlllet that I bote not the heart to tlullll tbelr llttentlon. llo you, llee diiir, ewr feel that your nacrllle U loo Kreotl" SANDERS BROS. & J. M. AMON, PROP. "Snrritleer Jifnil Itellnda. "Why. I il'ite i.n taking eare of you, motber LANCASTER, KY. .li". I mil no micIiiI Micremi. Tihi iniuli prifloiiH tittle wanted. In my I'plnliin, liMiklm: utter the neeeary llilnc to moke one nintlnuully Hut tiHluy tempts me out age furio.l r'iuiri'il for the gcrminn-tuof HiIm clldeil Kiiminer Inn; where tdiull seed follow: if their iimllier, while you ure nudlni; Sn.ipdragont, '.'0 tn '25 dny; Alters ami naiiplnzt" "llixoeliiirk rldlne uniilil be novel and h to til days; Marigohlt, 10 to VI Hell, I'J to 15 IntereMlni!." mother KUKKmteil. "Why days; Canterbury not try tbutT There'it a reliable crimm Average period pf germination f days; Coxcomb, JO to lift day; III the itulde here, I am told, encaged button, fi to 20 days; fur Hie 27 mml common varieties tlnrh-lo- r rtsl far purixne of teui'hlni: or acrom ( fluwer seed planted about tM Chrysanthemum, 5 to H days; Ciner- IKinylnn ctHTt." 5 to "Wlnil n tine Idea!" cried llellnda time f the year ranges from five to aria, 5 to K days; Cosmos 4cht days required by cel of six days; l.arkpur, 15 to JO tnyi; Pink "I'll c dlreetly" The cnrilen ft the pretty summer to h day; California varieties t from 10 to 2f day rehotel Klopeil hark to turretetl tntile to 10 day; by three other varieties, quired Itellndii noilciil. a xhe paetl the car te N. It. Klliutt. of the Col- 10 to i'i.dayt; llaby's llrcalh. 15 to lice that her lllltomoblle w.ix lege f Agrteuhure extctbn ltvt-4- 20 day; Straw Flower, 5 to 10 days; ahent. 'Iliey Here to ilrhe tiHlay, he Candytuft, 5 to 8 days; Moon Flow- - niNtlleeteil, with u juirty, down the varieties Four tnlrrmedtate A to H days; Lobelia, h to 10 days, require (rum eight tt ten tiny for rler road. A wealthy young Pitt while three Four O'clock, 12 ti 15 days; N'ntur- - Imrcher arrhiil at the fadilnnahle hiiiii tkclr teed to terminate 15 our settlement, und wum being lavUli-lvarictio require from 1ft to '10 days. tiuir., h to 15 itny; Sweet entertain. d. Tar tred nf ftr common variety jto 20 ilny; Petunias, 18 to 20 days; llellnda rtixxl In the burn dixirwuy. Phlox, 2 Oto 25 tluys ; Scarlet Sage, germinate in from lf to ift days Iiklng IhhH for the crooui. wfcile trveral ether require varying 15 to 25 days; Verbena, 8 to 10 days, nlie gre.-ti- l a youth euted "Hello 'Pansy, S to 10 dayt anl Zinnia, 5 to tuvr on an upturned pall. "I'd like pern!. ri day, The flowers together with thr avrr- to loom to ride liori lHirk. Can you tell me where to find a croom" The man on the pall looked up. "I'll teach you." he ncreed. Ilellndn walked brUkly u"t the tull. "I'lck a gentle loiny," nhe or deretl. "I will probably have a bard time hanging on, anyway. Where do we go to learnl" ".Meadow lane In the bet place." mild the young twin in he wan lending CREEN SEAL J A from lt Mull a black ony. llellnda be wnlteil. cowddered the groom. , .Mr. llutler, at that moment, entered Hie Mable. "I wlh to bHirn to ride " begun lie.'. "And I lme olTeretl to tench her." num. Interrupl.il the reaiMieaded "Tell her tlmt I'm all right ut the Job, SALE AT A PRICE TO MOVE THEM QUICK. The Invalid iwdlur flutuil. tli Dixie Stock Farms. Saturday, May 20 AT TWO O'CLOCK We will sell for Henry Alcorn, his beautiful little farm of five and one-haacres, located one mile south of Nicholas-villJessamine county, on the Danville pike and known as the Rice place. lf e, 1 p, 11 THE IMPROVEMENTS CONSIST OF A FIVE ROOM RESIDENCE, GOOD STOCK BARN AND OTHER OUTBUILDINGS. PLENTY OF NEVER FAILING g llir' WATER. ' t. SMALL ORCHARD. This is an ideal location, right close to one of the best towns in the Blue Grass, where there are fine schools, churches, and a splendid market. This will be an absolute sale for the high dollar. Posession will be given on June 1, 1922. Terms reasonable and made known on day of sale. formula UotPV , l. I. M. DUNN ft COMPANY Real Estate Brokers and Auctioneers. DANVILLE KENTUCKY. .Mr. llutler." Hie manncer mlleil. "There l no more capo Me teacher, Alln llrownlee," mounted her pony. "What Kbiill I en youl" Mi no led the man walking at her olde. "Oh! Cull me Johnny," he replied 1 be iiihlm)!. So llellnda Seasonal Tips For Gardeners I OpeiVhooK Methods in faint-Makin- i Hnnna'. Green Seal Paint is the public will know all aliottt more the public knows alxitit it why the 'Xact formula appears it. advertised so that Therefore, the the lotter. That's on every package. Indifferently. Johnny wa iliilnklns tenrloT. .Meadow lane, with Hi sweet se'nti und shadowy pMtli, wtm u delightful plnc'. "Johnny," she aked one day. "are you IrMiT You ny tldngt In the way, and yim'e got a lilt In your fun-nli-- leon HANNA'S GREEN SEAL PAINT is GOOD paint, and the formula proves it. It shows it's made up T the lest materials, carefully mixed in fust the right t it portions. t'se Given Seal on YOUR property. It will sr.ve you money in the long run. Sold by CONN BROTHERS, LOYD day Lancaster, Ky. on Poor Mr. Jim Snyder wn Mr an. Mrs. Kirby Teater were Itntee Sunday. Mm. llelle Snyder in Danwile Friday. accompanlisl him home for a May of Jmmr Simeon boucht n horn-fro- several days. Tom Doolin, pnee IU5.00. Mr. and Mm. Squire T. Whittaker Mr. ami Mm. Henry Hay tpent Cleo Simp-n- . were kuoU of Air. and Mr. Sunday with Mr. uU Mm. Jno. Kay Sunday evening, is for sale. Itny anil know it Mr ami Mm. J. !. Kay entertainHahy tpent Friday niht day with Mr. and Mr. S. N SnndeM. ed Mr ami Mm. Fred Snyder, Mr. Kay, Mr and Mm. Mr. and Mm. CVo Kay were the an I Mm il iun S, Kay, Mewn. llailey Mar-- t Mr an ! Mm I oadie Hant y KU M of and Hubert Kay Sunday. m Inncater Saturday niisht an I Sun and Satur- Mr. anl Mr. William S. Je, SAVE MONEY WHEN YOUNG I'm nm Irltdi," aniwere. Johnny, "hut my grHndfnther wmm. Are you coming again tomorrow You are doing tine." "Ye. I'm coming tomorrow." said I tii-- . "and the morrow after that, if I m.iy. Will you be buy wmiii, touching someone ele. Johnny T" be anwered promptly, "Never." "when I can be buy touching you." "Ilut If .Mr. llutler send you outl" she iUelloIinl "I'll ipilt my Job," diH'lureil Johnny, be send me out with you." "unles llellnda laughed, and the glow of her laughter wn In her brown eye when she sought her mother. "I don't know," Ilellndn said, "when I have enJo)el anything a much a tbi-sriding days." "Well, I urn chid tlmt someone lm a good time." sighed the Invalid, "for Cleo and Claire have come home disgusted. The some dull crowd ut tlx' ilrlxe u gnl n, they said, und the wealthy I'lttsburgher still not In evidence." "Probably.' she ItellniU chuckled. remarked, "the nor man had to run to cover, with so many fortune-huntinbeuutlex on Ids trull." "Johnny," she told the groom, some time Inter, "I am reuly sorry now tluil I cun ride so well. There Is no efUe You hove for chilmlng ytHir been so Jolly and kindly mid nice alio cether that I'm going to miss you. e voice." "No, lly May 15th., it usually l safe to plant lima and string bcant, summer lettuce and rudisho, tweet potato plants and eggplant, the latter having been ttarted in the hot houv or hot I bed. StringluM (ireen Pod, llounti- -' ful, Kefugee Wan and Hurpcc's Kid-- j ney Wax are good varieties of buh .string beans while Kentucky Won- -' der and Lady Wife nre recommended varieties of pole tiring beam. (Jood varieties of bush lima ar- - llender-mtn- 't Hush Lima and Ford hook Huli Uma. Nancy Hall and Yellow Jer-- 1 ey are good varieties of sweet potn-too- t. rm SPRIGHTLY SILK FROCKS j Dealing. ,..nt' r charged m JI,(ki to do me In oil,' said the man ubo bad Just i leaned up In the stock "You get off cheajs" replied market. the man who bud been on the losing side. "In the future I think I'll have my dealing with a painter Instead of a broker." Less Co : "The itr.. t Mephlttophelrs. The name Mepliltipliele. I from the tlrcek. and It mentis "lie who love Hot light " The mime was given to u Siitiuile pi'rniige of the Middle uge. who In the I'ail.l legend Is appolHtcd to obey KhhsI' coinimilid". uccording w lite e. o mui'ti uie iniiui uas ' vI solll l.. Small seeded lima bean will yield better in poor, damp ground than large teoded varieties, according to gardener at the College of Agriculture. All lima beans do best in good warm soil, they sny. Anthracn.e, one of the teriout at- tacking beans, proaiU rapidly from j plant to plant if they are cultivated 'while wot. The disente cause sunk-edark roil spot with well defined margin on the stems podt, leaves and teetls, Host result are obtained with let-- . tuce If the crop makes a quick grow- th. (irowth may be stimulated by covering the plants with tobacco canvass propped up so that it doe not rest on the plant. It may be removed after the vIiihU have obtained i t sulTiclent sue. sTle. ENJOY IT IN AFTER LIFE comYouhk nun who would enter the decline of life In circumttnnco thould begin to ave now. fortable acThe approved modern methaJ of taving it n savings count in the home bank. This bank invites younu men and youni: women to Join its family of savinirs depoiitor. may One dollar opens a savinr account, and any turn be deposited thereafter. Johnny." Karly lettuce can be followed by rudlshot, seme of the bo- -t varieties of which are White Vienna and Char-tie- r. Thotc are the long type that do not get pithy at wn at the olive shaped ones. quick Hot air limit empty heads. THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. S. C. DENNY, Cashier. Capitol $50,000. Surplus $50,000. Honor Roll Bonk "You are not going to miss me," suld Johnny decidedly. "As long us those high llrownlee robtlltes of yours let you out once In it while to ride. I'm going to be there. That Is," he addeil. "unles you don't care to have me, llusy llee," "Why!" Ilellnilu excbilmed. "Why, Johnny! The llrownlee relatives are my very own mother und sister." (He thought I was sort of maid to the fum lly. she reflected,) The two young people sat un the ponies and stared ut curb other. Tint. Jiiliny slipped down from Ids lmre und came to lliv's tide. "Well, 1 love you." he said huskily. "wioevvr you way be. And 1 know Unit )eu love me. We run It it up all right with the fumlly." added Joluili) "1 happen to be that ipluct ntly Any number of sprightly, new frocks came tnoplnc In, In advance tif spring, and they wero perfectly sure of u welcome. Along line similar to those In the pretty model shown here designers have made them In very great variety, suited to and varied to ideate charming uge. In ii conspiracy to make them wholly Irresistible to gentlewomen, lace Is Introduced In the sleeve or neck or both, and the silk Is used In band'liiuile embellishments of Mowers and niching, covered cord or strap. The dress pictured hero for aftera youtbfm noon, or Informal (.ear model with full fnlc over It i Ibow shoves of il plain skirt. the talTetn. are lengthened by u puff of lino net ending In n band of silk ut the wrist. Straps of the taffetu extend from the elbow to cuffs ami rose of It are set about the tunic. The scalloped edge I finished with n cord. tuf-fet- a Hc.v Ariisna City Get Name. Phoenix Aria.. wh built near th rnln of an am lent pllelilo. I'urell I'uihi. a scliolur who whs with the moo Mio ehoM the spot, sold. "Let u mil II PhoenU, for her.', upon I lie old. a new city shall rls." und told them of the bird In mythology lulled pliocnlx which uroso '" from its Bid Srcm Time for New Mat. When doe n nmn neiil a nev ImtT Till by Itarrle Payne might to shed some light on the question: "Wo shall have to purelmso u new lint. It embarrassed us no little yesterday to d.seover. In observing the usual social aineiiiiy n presemv of a lady. Hint i' bad Klltely lifted the brim of our bat and left the crown In statu quo." IMrolt New ' lodgment In Look Upward. ! SolltNlro I it smiho pin ) in I on board Invented with .'LI or :i7 hollows, wllli the same mi m- , ber of hulls or marble. An uiioccu- pled liotltH Is Mi by removing one bull. Mini tlie or plecei, are then Inipturitl us in checker. No moves jure nlbmnl In illagoiMl dlrectloH or (ivcr iihmo iiihii one tpow at a time. The triek l leave u sidttsry bull In tint leliler lo!e. heml-spbeii- Solitslra. If we look down, then our shoulders Deserved That Doughnut. ttoop. If our thoughts look down, our The value of a family tree deJunior's mother was IwUtig doughbend. It Is only when we branch- - character liead- - up pends upn the quality of Ut nuts, and he hud beeti givii all that bold our that the body .u asking for II Is only when our was good for blm. I en'l wus ihnlisl thoughts 'I' 'ImI our life becomes another Itwent out to pililiu ami ahe re-IIf you want to retain the goed will1 erect. Alex tafilly ty In little rr Midxenxle, while lh. man friilu It,, mm. of a politician keep him guotsing. with ii sack of tlour i 'i his slwtubler. Time 1 too precious to waste on rth 'junior following lilM into the hous Mutt Keep Credit Qood. that are already hooked. Lots of men do business on other and suw his mother give hluiuulro big people's Htomty. Those who succwd doughnut, lie said tunning, but went Flrit. Known EngJthmtn. Itiirn iImii It's Hot how much business out to play ugiln. In a few minutes acKucltshman, Tt.e nrst'kiHiun they maintain bo nipped wn tit door uud was Invited cording to sHextlsts, was the Plltdnwn they il but bow H he M'ned the mwii who can bor- to mine in, whereu man, so called fnin a part of a skull their creUli. Ti-money Is the mun dtMir and snld, "lletio. I aui I lie grofound nt Itit'lM'N. In Sussex. Tlie row wl.en l.e .. t of cery iu.it. and bore is vour groceries, Hess uj- brain ii i .04l to the mailer VCtU'M now where Is my dougi.uui)" ' ' ' .iv Ue huiuuti 1. be-co- f m gd ' 1 i .... ;h I'lttsburgher" The Central Record. Lancaster Ky.,Thursday, May SILVIA DREAMS Bv 1 I 1922 Nobody Worries tically bankrupted half of the world. FITTERS nil. hhi.h Mtiirr in Rut nohmly worries in this Tin tlolln hIikmI In u corner of country. ttherv shutiliy htuMtrn uiiil f.uli-- 1 ONE PRICE and QUALITY THE BANK THAT ALWAYS hat of nun ttjui worked, lnmg, near We paid out billion of dol1)'. Thin outer hltchi-wii u Mmv OUR MOTTO. lars in upholding our army TREATS YOU RIGHT. where Mllvlu pared potatoes In sum mcr tlim iiimI ilmumil her drcuui1. and navy and .stand to toe bilSilvia wiit not a thlld; Mured In lions more that we loaned to quiet lii'iul wt'rv ulv phlliMtiphie n.iJ our allies. happy belief. Thee bellefa she In every cent may lend a feeling of "safety first," tended liy fa Hi ami effort to bring Rut nobody worries. KINNAIRD BROS. eventually leaves one with no income nml a corbut true. Hut Hit summer Imiirdcr who We are only heKlnnink' to Hocked i curly to J Irs. Iluikln' cheery Dealers in C.K. ENGLE responding; financial shrinkage. homo were utinwure of rfll vlu'i tvl- emerKo from a period of busiUoiu; tier drviitn liuil lung been n Purchasing what you need and when you need ness stagnation that would DODGE BROTHERS MOTOR source of general iiiiiiisfiiiciit. Mr. GROCERIES AND NOTIONS. it puts dollars in circulation that comes back to you have rocked any other nation llasklns, good nutured und Indulgent in rentals, increased property values and prosperity to its foundation. loted to enlarge UMn SlIiluN tNl.m. CARS, GOODYEAR TIRES, "She sure la mi ild piece." Mrs for all. Employment is the paramount necessity of Hut nobody worries. THE BEST. EVERYTHING llasklu would suy, "ami lia hem. MEANS every community for EMPLOYMENT Hundreds of thousands of ever since I took lnT nut of tin- - orphanTUBES, ACCESSORIES Not WAGES AND WAGES MEAN PROSPERITY. our citizens have had to be age, fix jwirs np. She fniirtiTii uml laud knows why I funded then, just prosperity for those receiving these wanes but clothetl anil fed ami housed by , t tin t she'd he u help In lull I illil. prosperity for those that they, in turn, pay them out their friends or by charity bewith all And Slltlu Is n great to. Prosperity for the Banker, the Merchant, the cause there was no employher notions; Unit' the Mrange nirt. They railed her Aim, there, for ttunt Property Owner and last and most important ment for them. R. H. BATSON'S of u true name, hut lit soon us Mix J. F. HOLTZCLAW LANCASTER AND EVERY ONE OF ITS CITIZENS Rut nobody worries. Ann iimei here she looks nt me MAKING UP THE CIVIC BODY. out of her big bliu-- eye ami Taxes are hik'h and expenses CASH STORE says: 'Prom now on, Mrs. Iliikln are heavy and everywhere It Is HOUSE FURNISHINGS purchasing of a hat, a suit, a pair of shoes, The am Kllvla. I always did unlit u pretty a continual drain upon the reAND CLOTHING, SHOES nnme, nml I rue. I'te at good u rich! a loaf of bread or any other of the innumerable arto clioo-- e It iih the asylum. Silt la I sources of the people. 'Everything For The House." ticles which make up the needs of our personal the kind of mime my mother Mould Hut nobody worries. GENTS FURNISHINGS. living .all require the labor of someone in consume have choen.,M We see war clouds constant"What." inked u iMiiinler, "did the mating the purchase. THEREFORE LET THIS child know of her inoiherJ" ly hovering over Kurope, with PURCHASE BE MADE IN LANCASTER. replied, "estvpt Mrs. IlasSIn the rife in apprehension wliut they told u ut the Institution. We want to make this an individual matter with breasts of the world lest the Silt la. had heeu rescued ttheii a Imliy FRANCIS-SMIT- H every one of you folks, as it is an individual matter from u deserted teneiiieiit room, where tires of hatred again break out her young dead father lay with lilt J. E. DICKERSON with every one of our Business Men. ALL THOSE und engulf the universe. itild liuiid mi her tiny tturni body MILLINERY AND NOTIONS. GIVE EMPLOYMENT APPENDED HEREWITH Hut nobody worries. Silvia" iniither hnd died In the Mliif AND SON room at the child' hlrth. The two TO LANCASTER PEOPLE. They wish to give more We see our army reduced to Our Stock 'it kept alive and young lMDple hud come there Jut employment and vocation to those who desire it and a bleached skeleton and our and no one knew a thing iiIhiuI LADIES OUTFITTERS upto-dntOur prices are pledge themselves to campaign unceasingly for the navy but a dot upon the wathem except, that the mull da)eil a right. Our aim it to fill your violin. ters. laboring conditions of our community. All of the WHERE THE THOUSANDS Then," nkcd a symjmthetlc youni Hut nobody worries. wants. Lancaster Business Men are of this mind and they her father' tlolln, wimiHU. "that SHOP. We see the incosstint and ask your support and encouragement. which Slltlu keeps In the idiedT" Phone 184. Public Square "Itless jou no!" laughed Mr. bitter fight between labor and THIS ENCOURAGEMENT CAN BE GRANTviolin was taken "her father' capital raging with unabated for debt. The one Silvia h:i. was a ED BY A 100 PER CENT LOYAL PATRONAGE OF fury, hampering construction, premium offered hy u grocery coiucru. THE BUSINESS MEN OF THIS CITY WHO IN "Do you think." nsked the IntenM-eretarding progress and raising F. B. MARKSBURY TURN GIVE EMPLOYMENT TO THE PEOPLE OF young woman, "that Silvia would HOTEL periodical hell from one end play for ut? After the dinner dldie THE COM.M UNITY. It can be granted by your abof the country to the other. are out of the way, I inetiiiT" "I am KENGARLAN AND COMPANY solute pledge to employ no labor but what is Lancassure." reimded the Mulling hote". Hut nobody worries. gov far Silvia "that she would not Mr. A K. Sanden, Manager. ter labor performed by a Lancaster person. We see political buttle EAT MORE Don't knock. Into the win id to play her music." fought with a degree of ferociGroceries, Cigars, Tobacco, By these acts you will be ollering to the work"She Is then u queer little thing." BREAD when you can tret afrecd the guest. ty that would shame a cage of Candies, Fruit. An excellent ing man or woman of this city the tangible Georirt! Washington Hour made Tears filled the elder woman' eye. Hengal tigers. in connection. Restaurant anil support which they rightfully deserve and from selected soft winter "And it dear little thine, too." "he mild. Hut nobody worries. Silvia slipped doa fnitn lie stool which will be contribute to the final result we are Take your Sunday 6 o'clock wheat unexcelled for fine Hllhlng kitchen where she had We see royalty dethroned expecting A GREATER LANCASTER. cakes, biscuits ami pastry. dinner with us. faucets, then from Iwnealh u fann anil reduced to poverty, govworker's Imtiglni: green sweater, she ernments crumbling from dedrew her violin; and fur In the wood , whore shadows were dei'pest, she cay, millions dying from starton, W. Va., to aid Clifton Rode. raised It lovingly to her chin. Honsy. Green Clay Walker vation in other lands and whole ANOTHER BIG SALE Mercer county farmer, who has been LiHlf In n ifnrlr ' hook A man In u rahln lluiii: hi placed in charge of the campaign to pin quickly aside, und haMenliij; throui;h .ept without srunu. Law And Real Estate peoples gradually descending OF TOBACCO thu dixmvay cuine nolelely towanl sign up the grower. of W. Va., and latl to the savagery of the beasts the player. CIom to her he hulled, Money to loan on farms. of prey. of Lawrence and Gallia counties in - R. .1. Reynolds, Fashions Meve in Circles. Through Vice Ohio. Mr. Rode is actively at work his eyes tilled with wonder; List your farm for sale pnv- The I.hi won. ut tt.um-i Hut nobody worries. he listened. And then, a the in the two states and has been favar-abl- y It r i. .r ued I., it., tery .imliiir President T. II. Kirk, Milt to atcly or at auction. last hlrd note echoed and And amidst all of this received by the growers, he re- ' again softly ncros the strings of Silflakes Third Large Office over J. W. mith's Store. scrambling of the peoples and ports in u leiier to field service divia's violin, the man fa oil her. She Purchase of Leaf vision headquarters. Tht Hifint rfford. of the air airs of the world, gated startled. "I thought no one Taxes are 'iwsil" mid they art was near," she repruved him. "Are In response to an inquiry of Secwhy do the people of the UniFrom The Burley M. S. you so selflsh with your music?" he retary M. O. Wilson of the Tobacco generally cotiildered an lmioiltlon, ted States possess the moral llixtoa Growers' asked. (rowers' Association of HATFIELD and physical courage to refrain The dark eyes were suddenly alight. Virginia and the Carolina, Assistant! "I It then, music?" she nked eager-ly- , Mi sal Note. from worry? Chief of the Field Service Division DENTIST And do you under A (ikmI i ure iihisIIIiIs Is a sltwe "real music? Hecause we Announcement that the Burley To- William Collins ha sent Mr. Wihon i P. U C D n D 1 u a II nnnmn CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK l!n-die- d EDITORIAL Confidence HEAL, TRUE, LASTING IMvOSIMCIUT'TbTlKS ONLY WITH CONFIDENTS. Confidence in each other: in our community and in our country. The disjrruntled Pessimist has no place in this scheme for the Good Times which tuny always be ours if we so will. WAITING FOR SOMETHING TO HAPPEN MEANS NOTHING WILL HAPPEN AND BUSINESS STAGNATION PREVAILS. Squeez-inK JOSEPH'S EXCLUSIVE LADIES OUT- Wo have hut recently pasa. od throiiKli a war that trietl the kouIk of the universe anil prac- ln-- r I tin-lu-l- 1 ".Voih-Inc.- " e. I Hit-kin- I J I breath-test!- t, I TrHti-ertp- t. stand?" The man sat down hestde her. "I understand music so well," hi; replied, "that 1 urn out here In the woods nurslnt; the disappointment of I realize that failure. For you nit the skill I have will not compel) Kile for lack of griilu. Your la genius." Silt la looked down at him sorrow-fullmu-si- i c y. "Without skill." she said. "Soo here," nsked the man sharply, "who are you, it here do jihi come I huve kept hidden In my from? o hack for day, fearing that my might startle you awuy; yet your playing plutcd upon my heart siringliecause It Is such us I hud hoped to create. Toll me uliout yourself?" So Silvia told him. He listened us others had not llMcucd to her dreaming; understanding, hellevlng. "You are right," he said ut lut, "your father has heiueuthod Ids gift to you. What nru jou going to ilo with It?" "ThU," crUil Sllvln, und rose to hw feet. "Thl I the MUK thm my father would hate played when death culled Idm." Over the tree lop the eiu'luuiiiil Against the girl's melody rlpph-'l-. nund chin th" tlolln sung wondrous ly of life, of Joy, of Mirrow. And when the song IIiiUIk! the man leaned tensely forvturd. "You," ho said, "must tuke that money which I Intended to spend III study; you shall fulllll my unihltltm." And when later, u grvlt ship started upon Its voyage acros the wuters, little Silvia stood high on the deck . Slie suilltsl wuvlng her chwrlly Into the rosy fuce of Mr, llusklni; und then turned; that her last farewell might bo to the man tvhu tvutched uvr Intently from shore. And Into the eye of Silvia tluuiol a sudA dream of Idv den uetv adreaut. .ion when both her puriiose and till for her should be rejl-liei ium's hope And Silt In, hs the faith of tur ire-eurgood-byes. uiiumliig. are a God fearwrupiNil in " ' -- ir neck wlih a OSics ovsr Th Carrsrd Bank. statements of tobacco growers in ten youn: l'id ing and a (I oil believing peoOffic 5. fUsldsBc 376. Phon.t ation had sold another ";ood big Hurley counties, declaring themselves ple. LANCASTER. KENTUCKY. order" to the K. J. Keynold Tobac- satisfied with the new method of marDally Thought. Hecause we are a republic keting and with the result of this co Company was made at h.iHW- - ImhiK re l.t t lusted, others founded upon the tenets of jusby President James C. year' handling of the crop by the I.. In w.ilitMed in. I i.K'v few to b Friday niirht tice and right, with a firm and Iti-o.! Stone. The .announcement followed association. Growers from a num !.'. ed .tint li OPTOMl2TUI4iT Stone, ber of counties are writing in forj abiding faith that in the end a buiy day for President I'ractice .limited China Copied Frem Chlni, James N. Kehoe of Maysville, Hush contracts, so that they may Join the right will prevail and justice to The iurfl.t dmtas for ililna V, Allin, of Harrodsbunr, and John association at Worreiter, I'hsIhikI. ure (..dieted correcting defects will bo done. It .Winn, of Versailles, members ofi Albert Day, of Walton, Iloone In hi'te Vwm e..M-- .l tnm Hie 'lilhce. of Hecause we are a people the executive committee and n num- county, reported 40 new- contracts by fitting the who have tinbounileu conber of conferences between President growers in n single day, proper glasses. 3Bci fidence in the stability of our Stone and representative'! of a num: ' .'e I.Hidest at a DANVILLE. KENTUCKY. '! . !. ICUsa ber of manufacturer, Including the iniii;. government, regardless of the "often HAS EIGHT CHILDREN ! Opposite' Gilcher Hotel. IMtt hum hi uiijIiiHly it. J, Ueynold ocmpany. political complexion of the Mrs. P. Rchkamp, 2i04 Herman St, ink li'i ' to liulld a Oait Hours S to 12 and I to S p.ss. While a number of sales have been Covington. K), writes: i ruve Decn li ' party that may be in power Foley's Honey and Tar tor cliuri made since it was announced that the usin from year to year. ntarly two years and can find na betredried tobacco was ready for mar- -' How Halifax dot Its Nama. ciijht children syrup. ket, the sale Friday was the llrst in j ter cough it to I have lecause we prefer to do the Iliillfiiv. the fapliul t Nova Snitln, I ol them. They all and give I which the itlenity of the purchaser! thing's that work for success ere subject to coup from babies founded I.) Lord tWnwslll In l"l!. Is mimed :ifl.T the iwrl u( IIhIUmx. Hi.) t on." !t Is a ttfe and reliaWe mcdicln: has been made known. ' FUNERAL DIRECTOR and happiness and let other The purchaie by the Reynolds for men and wonen at '.veil .n chil- Knsli'h statiwiiMH who Krvisl his people do tho worrying that f ..i.hh..iis und it fcl. eounlry In the Ihhi dren. Don't let ths coi zh Otllre Over National llsnk. company Is the third large purchase, ho:i lows snpp: iung on and aaic .ttyou of luriss frM.i iitts limit hu sap the vitality of life. ' :l of leaf tobacco made by this com! It Is easier to set r. 1 j! L'T dentil In 171.1. In ICn;i in I. the city of Keildence t'hone 3. Ollice I'hone Why worry, anyway? pany through the Hurley association. cold than cf its .'i IlallfHt Is of rivlrr il.:e LANCASTER. KY. No information was available as ,0 McROBERTS DRUG STORE us ii murkei town tne uctuai amount join or me prices LOYD to be paid. The sale wus negotiated Mian Mush ta Naturt Lovor. regular tour of Un one of thier Mr. ami Mrs. Squire T. Whtttakt by Vice President T. II. Kirk, one of a tl.e titw nll.H the Tin. Mr! entertained several t dinner Sundny. the leading men in the Reynold or- Huston hosp'tals members of the IlimllllU f tile wind H till... of Hie American Legion and the Harvard crH mim! i! i. uiM Hiiwttr. words of VETERINARIAN. ganization. Mr. William S. Hay entertained ;vik llinmcli Calls Answered Promptly Day o Mrs. Harris Teater. Mrs. Marshal Kay Preparation continued in the olflce glee club stopped at the bed of a Hie git a ' ' i: Nor is It dying. The ques- that ltit :." of Secretary II. I.te Karley und his soldier who va and Mr. L I. Matthew MtJay nf- Nilht. Phone 317. lieeMattr "'(.i. i ..' ..uM b a uig; atilttanu fur the payment of the sec- tion ef whether or not the collegians u few ternoH. I. Htv alwrp Kfiiing KENTUCKY ond distribution of money to the should sing was univvered by the vet- iiwrnln- m stir the LANCASTER Mr. ami Mrs. - L. Matthew, Mr. will be a happy heart. grower a soon at the details ean eran: "Sure, it and Mw. Harris Tester were with memory to carry aero with me." be arranged. Beware Mr. and Mrs. Marshal Hay Sunday Butttrcup Seeds as Food. That tfie.'K will be no lack of deevening. We positively will not permit fox The setxls of Hie buttercup are so mand for the redried tebarco vtai forty St. I.outs About n month a Mr. and Mrs. Fred .Snyder enter-tame- d mall that ttu would scarcely think of hunting or h'inting of any character indicated by the receipt of addition- men bought pages of newspaper adu source of food for human Mr. and Mr. William S. Hay, al resume far this tobacco and for vertising to announce their opposi. them us yet It Is suld Unit Hie Indians or trespassing on our farms. Any beings; Mr. and Mr. J14 l!nv Mr m,l price schedule by President Stone, tion to adjusted compensation, add- formerly gathered Iheni for tluil pur-pi- violators will be persecuted J. S. Schooler, Edgar Price, W. A, j Mrs. Homer Hay to dinner Sunday. in charge ef sales, and by personal ing that they were world war vetAt tlrsl thought, collecting tlioiu Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Price, Joe Crisclllls, T. J. Price, It. Snyder and calls of representatives of the manu- erans. Ilk Missouri is paying a state In suillcleiit iUaullty would on, Harlan, Mrs. Willie Taylor, of Hut after L Elkin, H. M. Lear, H. L. Barker facturers on the head of the Hurley war bonus, however, and the Ameri- un uliuost endless task. one tins seen thexi growing us thickly It. P. Parson, Marinda Longswurth, Madison attended preaching at Pleas, can Legion, distributing atsoalatien. bonus J. P. Illand, and Hughes ilros. ant Hill Sunday and were dinner ColHn Gentry of Mercer County, banks, found that these men as icruln u In tho euws uliove to, for Initnmi' the situation (Other names will be Added upon guesu of Mr. and Mr. Preston and H. U. CarparUer of Anderson were among the tint to apply for the takes on a new llulit. Los Augele the payment of '.'3 cents) (tf.) crjnty, lTt yeitrday far Hunlog state compensation-- . bacco Grower' Associ- f DR. J. J. BYRiNE ii-- j -r- sB 4nflsiBgK g. DB ,- 1 J. A. Beazlev !'- ' Dr. Printus Walker -- i . I- J-- Hunters ' Times. Tne Central Record, Lancaster. Ky. Thursday, May SEASON OF 1922 RATION NEEDED FOR GROWING BEST PIGS Period Should II 1 922 "ROBERT GATEWOOD" 2.05f 2.0:! FACTS ABOUT KENTUCKY Some ThlnK.s All Citizen Should of 1 Champion 3 yr. oM pacer on the Grand Circuit In 1918. Faced the fifth heat of a seven heat race In 2.04 14, and a trial mile in Sow During Milking year. Champion trotter. J. Malcombe Ferbea" wn aired by "Illngen' 2.0(1 .4 (aire Of 27 In the 2.10 lltt) and sire of "Uhlan" I.SS, the worm a champion trotter for eight italllon south of the Kentucky Itlvcr In public service. Seven point concerning "Robert Gatewood:" A uccriful race Hone. 2ml. A model Individual, fine, with loti of flnlih. 3rd. An elegantly bred Hone ,hml bred in the moot extcrme speed lines. 4th. A Hone nf good tin, and beautiful color. Sth. A good gaiteil, level headed and good mannered Hone. 0th. A first clan walking Hon-- . 7th. A ure foal getter and n good breeder. "Itobert (lat'ewood was ilred by "J. Mnteombe Forbes" 2.08 (lire of 19 In the 2.10 Hit) n half brother to "Petrr the Great" 2.0714 (lrc of 110 In the 2.10 llt) and grand lire of "I'eter Manning" 1.57 31, the World' t he fastest lt. Be Fed Liberally. Strong, Growth? Yeungtttri Mutt g Have Supply of Done and Materials Self.Feed-e- r Recommended. Muicls-Buildin- Commonwealth Know Itobert Catewftvd'i Darn Is "Annie Fox 2.00 -t (dam of 0) by "Nut-hum- " 2.12 (aire of fit)) 2nd. Dam "Annie It." (Dam of 7) by "Faulconera Ahswnt." He is a two In one itnllltHi, being a high clnM harness type nn I 1 walking type. n hamla high, teven ynra old, a dark buy with two white He la 15 kind feet and n atar in forehead. He will make the season of 1022 nt my ktaMe nt $20 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT, with lein rctnlneil en colt unt.l eoen money ia paid. Ilreed your good mnros to thli fnit young stallion and when the Hell tap the Garwood's will be there scoring for the word, Wilt alio stand n good black Jack at $10 to insure living Colt. Not reiponiible for accident. For information apply to it. 3-- 1 Ury.nl. ill. Phone 47. U. Robt. Fox, Lancaster, Ky. GARRARD Burlcy Pool To Publish Magazine The HurWy Tobacco Grower' operative Association will begin thu, month the publication uf a monthly magazine, to be devoted to the new marketing of the burlf y issue of the The first movement. new magazine, which will be the organ of the association, will be psnVlWfced about May 10th. it will acespt advertising not of a character t eonffict with the interests of locnl newspapers, bank, merchants or any ef those who aided in putting tk cooperative association over in th hurley district. J. Sherman Porter, who managed the publicity camwlgn of the hurley association through iU formative period, hai been elected editor nnd manager of the new publication. Mr. Co- mmmmmmm OF PERCALE AND DIMITY COUNTY. nil I'nlWu Kentucky became n atnte In 1702, eight irginia counties being icver ed from the mother nthtc to form the new commonwealth. f tl I.IIiitiiI (tiding sow during Inane Shelby win the Unit nnd aixth Iter milking .r.-- l will pny for itself governor of Kentucky. i.riiiiy time utir in strung, criming There are 1(59 newapnpen in Ken pigs. Vln- - milking miw, h fll mi till tucky, including .15 daillea. milking row, neisl it ration rlih In county will mule uml Ihhh luilhllug iiiiiIitIhN. oldMorgan year, having be 100 year thi been created protein anil mineral herauo slo Ih uply t hi ii M materials i tlit in 1822. "Hiking pigs. Kentucky rnlea more tobacco than "t'ompariil ullli row's milk, sow'" any Mate In the union. milk mtitHlis about v.' tier rent timrFulton county ia the only county builder). 2 protein (humV and I i r rent r r' M itil t.'l per eri't in Kentucky that produce cotton nn (hntx a commercial icale. ml .lHi.inrii nmrr r f tin The lirt convention looking to aeparntlon of Kentucky from Virgin ia win held nt Danville. The llrat aettlement in Kentucky w.i4 formed by Daniel Iloone and hia band of pioneers nt Ilooneiborough. Kentucky's population in 1020 wa of whom 1,783,087 lived outside of cities nnd 053,513 in towns and cities. Adair county had n population of 17,280 In 1020 as compared with Sow Mult Furn ah Rich Milk to Give 115,503 in 1010. The acreage of Plga Rj.ht Start. land nasesied for taxation was 23l5,- inlniTiiU).'' ) tin iinliiiiil liulHiniln 307. Columbia is the county seat lHirttHeiit at Ami, "li It imy 'ii Farm property, including improve 1T Unit Mm tlioiisti C'l tliln. eti-ments nnd livestock lilt' are vH (ill. wllltl lllly It) II t worth $1,511,001,077, inwith1020, was nn nver jinxluri hikIi rteli milk a Hilar If i Kx-rltin feii. .in will ni age value of $5,587 per farm of Mily k'lir tin- Hie rlclit tnrt. Inn 70.!) acres of which 51.(5 acres was In will hM lem wetfihl." improved. Farm lands were worth One uim rntlixi rrettttimemliM dy an average of $18.02 nn acre, the tlx Iiiah fitMiimi-fi- t la: All value ranging from $5 nn tntliii acre in "n. ciirii tin mv ami tls elfnn lit to tti'l n lii mllHri of tlir- - part "f seme of the mountuin 2.10 nn acre in the Illue Grass. t ihliUliis In tiart if ivi Fraternal life iniurnnce orders on ht rent InhkiiiT'. Smr lime, rhar hI nml Mtlt may nIIiihI In nihil December 31, 1020, had 80,215 polil riTIMHIHMMlllI 'lull. cies in effect in Kentucky, the total hin urn i nn In put mi pntur of this inaurance being $07,722,(554, Hint U nf rmr il'lrHlile, ami tln-according to the biennial report of iiiMiiilf "f thi fli mUtiin will ! liniici' In rntlun Insurance Commiiioner, J. F. Item-eSmliliii I'remiums paid on these policies imt le ni4iisl Tlnri l little ilnnger luring the milking totalled $1,357,04(5. of irterfeeillng Kight hundred lrliHl. nnd twelve death claims were paid, the total money distributed being MILK IS QUITE NOURISHING $822,775. v YOU WANT TO SEE BEFORE YOU BUY A TOBACCO SETTER. WE HAVE THE AGENCY FOR GARRARD COUNTY. The Nisco BRYANTSVILLE, KY. 11 NOAH MARSEE, JR. The great honieil . ul. tjplnil nnnillsml hlnl, l, my the Amerlenn roretry .Miigntlne. the powerful nf thi'tii :iU, only Inferior In atrenxth nml llercem to the iwsle. Horned Owl la Powerful. mt Best Carrier Pigeon. The best carrier pigeon Is the Ant. wcrp or llelglnn Voyngenr. which enn Ily U miles In 12 lioum If im wentli-e- r Is tine. Door tirif lu-u- A Draughty Doer. thhl do not tit ery weJI nre Olrda Guard Our Trtea. nfliii tin iiium nf ilrnutlil. This We run M. nrrlianln eml tmile in utile mii) he iiM rcoine hy cutting Imt tmrmw strlw fmm the Inner trei" with iMilwortM tuhe of we would Maml nrh t at tin impos-alhl- e .1 blrycle tire mill fnotenlnit of .i:nlna 'l the tnt-- . In them liently down nn the ilnor frame. tuk nil tin wihmN. m- !ie Allierl.uli If the strips lire cut exactly to fit Mtiui-lnIVe 'niiM e le. they will not lie liotlcenhle. for the il elietn'i-petol mi the .if In. ruhher Is imt thick ennugti to make feel In in ' ' m.r f 'iei the iliMir illfliciilt to che. 'et It will f i'i- - entirely excluile nil droughts. ther fii The Hit', whe'ij'r iter h'lii'her lire ruhher aro deadens tin iioIm when a lllth li'l.t 1. t eFivtlve fnteM the dour Is suddenly tuiliL-nl-. York I'l.il ni :' I 1'nst. l --'or-etr- y e 1'i.rtll-lintel. IrTTnWMW-V- Va W. 0. RIGNEY W. B. DICKERSON Uiually Plentiful on Average Farm and Chfckem Should Receive Full Allowance. white un the Milk l unuiilly farm, imil tin lilt tifnetit nf thin. lilM till grow ink" atiH'k ii fiMi.( nf milk every ilit r twu mi matter whilhiT It lie nwet kihhI for It i iil klmtniil nr Miiir liill) Unite In molt the nlil fnwK Hut with lilt klmlti nf fnula. ami aM ially the growing tiMk, rare Minuti he tiikeV In place no mnri before then will eonume In .it a time tlmn lhi limt H few Illinium, for otherwle 1' SOLO h.ii iriimHo rontamliMti'il uml unit' aue fur the fowl. rct-rh- W. 0. RIGNEV Ollice" Phone 18. & CO. Original R. v.... ' Ancient Fortifications. , A rival wus nrki j.ny person The explorers who Httempteil to I who llntl the Mime K.te 1..1. As exe-scuMcROBERTS DRUG STORE .Mount Kwrext ilUeneri among Hence shows, there Is im u. h fruitful otln-- r llili'v.. eternl u'lil.-n- t fortitlin- - source of eniitenliiiu .j nater-iiglit- . il lions liullt in plums In the I Neighbors would he ofuii at strife lilch 'IthetHii nwHiniuiii nlle)s, IO.kii) j Willi one another In ngnnl of the I'nr twent) fm.r Imurn niter furrow hImixc h,M ut'l. Partly ii pioiect j Is'HihI during which lliey eMr:illy had Ing. the oW lioHliI rii'elw nn feil StrciiKthcned State Highway the Mold from hoitig a right tu the use of IIm streum; wnsheil awn Imt plenty of g.M wnn.i water. She ln liets uih! m il) 10 g nl Ing It on into their own HeliU hefore -- In i IIii-DijpaitmL'iits ln)i he "Im.iiM nil nil II thin nculnst ruhW h) eiwiti) liilies, jIIs the time; leHVlng npii il.. Miikcs tn ALL I'KAVINI". tC'12 wi'l make the eaon of 1922 at my burn on of hrun or jtrniimt imI. umuml Imrie) high and nil 111 mure tlmn )oml tin time; or In oilier ..u) Inter-mil- e Fwiernl nisi has done a great deal 2i fiei I wrfngtan pike, three mtU Danville, Ky., at $20.00 t a Mvin ami H little tHIlkage. the iiHinunt to In from hms. guarded hy .irumie roiind feting with the rights of vhcIi other, mklng mNhii ten mure for the country than simply to gtMiliiHlly Imnii-ii- l. , foal. ilajs to get Iter on full feeil. After ten provide funis for road construction wiitili lower-.- weie ii.n:rtniii nt in- - ' So It was tl at "rhuls" mm., to he Thie National Show Hum haa made reputation for kimielf, bath in the i la.V or two Week", lit the Inml nr these fertile p"s to nny who were In eiiiietltlop miw nil I nccortling to the Huronu of I'ubli with o, . j nottier. httow ring and a a lire. the gmln he will eliun up twice or HikiiI of the United States Depart SIRED II Y RKX I'CAVINH I79G, n cbamvwn nhow homo and nn un. three time. H ilaj-- . ment of wXgriculture. One of the eiualeil champion aire, results has been From him we have auch hampiona in VAna May, Golden Glow, Jack FEEDING SKIMMILK TO PIGS most its intluence in placing the greater Queen O the May, Star renvine, ami many other. S'raw, Dnwy 2nd, by Teaxine Sfi. Dilhcult to Put Enact Valuation on It tart of the highway work of the Ily Hex McDonald country in the hands of oxpcrioncl aa Supplemental Feed One ExGRAND SIRE REX McDONALD 833. the umilirrulwl omimpian dww cellent Rule. engineers of State highways depart hone and aire. Flrat Dam Lucy WelU 15401, by l'wivine S8. A groat brood miiro by, It l ilililiult to put mi exact Mini- ments. In 1015, prior to the Fedorul-ithe worhl'a greutot bro, mnre ire IVnvino. Hla daughtera have prj.duce.1 n M1,1,,,.IH,41(I m im mUU act, 70 per cent of the road work uch ehampioni aa Lou Chief, Cleopatra, the Fronehman, Kdmi May, rule whlili Iihh other than Hurtheniii McCherd, and ilozuni of otherx. lalil ilowir Ii aa fnllow: was done by agencies often 1.,.,-A mare by All I'envine 10U2, ia a wire foundation. 'I'u llml tin value of m mhiimI of Statu highway departments, most of f.M al mtiltil it by county officials. Such u sy klm milk hIm-Second Dam, daughter of llarria Denmark. ( live l..g III e!i tern wus bound to be wasteful, 'Be market prl .Imiphter nf John Oanltf. Tkinl ll.ni. rtv'" If feit In I'omhlitaIf vou want to breed to n atallion whoie Produce commamla the hlgheat ' lM,,,,",. ''corn or hnrley. multiply by Overhead coits were high, engineers tlMi with were not always employed, systems market price, breed to AH I'envine 1002. Tlio price for which hU colt to serve the host interests of the iilong have auld are aa open nt n book. They being aold lit public auctione State as ii whole were not developed wKh other colta the I'envlnea have topped the market. Wc will offer tills naKti t - service of my tine saddle stallion WALK. COWS FRESHENING IN FALL and the opportunities for corruption llreedlng wddle horwa of the higheat type ia no longer gui work (like' were greater. INC VERDICT, at my place one mile South of lluckeye on the Lancaitcr Here you have Recorda Show Anlmala Produce More 'iegeti like) nnd takea champion to produce chnmpinna. With the passage of the them nil in thii pedigree, Ilex McDonnld, Hex I'envine and u double Infusion Milk and BulWfat and Make lluckeye pike, at net of 101(1 nnd the insistence of nnd Oeat Returne. of the champion brood mare aire I'envine (All I'envine 1002) will hreud tru the Government uw the construe Ju hi family inheritance of championship blood. To roads under the A Living Colt. The lime of the ear that n row tiou of Federal-ai- d AM lVnvllie 1002 I 3 handa high nnd wotghi 1,200 poun4a. to Imve enilernlie supervision of State departments, ex Walking Verdict is a Natural Walker and has proven kimsoJf a jien- do with the profit he returns iating State highway departments , in the Fulled States Department of were enlarged and strengthened, and !ld breeder. Ho Is by tho noted horse VERDICT and a mare tKtenikd Agrkiillure. An niii)U of the llgures in 17 States adequate departments JULIAN FEAVINC la n chestnut sorrel with n beautiful silvery llaxen ,(.lt(,m.,i frm umuy pedigree can bo seen nt my plac. n.ane nnd tall, stntiils 151 hamla high; has plenty of style nnd llniih. If ..,iilnh .hm Hwt In mwt sectlona have been created where there had At the same time and place will stand a Number One Jack, n In the fall nnd been none or the exiatlng one was you nre looking for something real fancy to breed to, dun't fail to see him. ihe cows that will maku the season of 1022 at above place at early winter produce the mot milk not properly equipped to perform JULIAN I'EAVINE nml hutterfiit and bring In the great necessury functions. $10.00 to imure n living foal. feeil. With adequate departments the Season becomes due when mure is traded or parted with or bred to est Income- over eot of work has been shifted to their conmy care, but not other stock. Moat careful attention of ull stock sent to AT $10.00 TO INSURE A LIVING FOAL. Make Good Greens. trol until nt the present time they icaponsible should accidents occur. Turnip tops make almost as good supervise more than 00 per cent of Care taken to prevent accident but will net be responsible. should any A lien retained on colts till season Is paid. Sow the early greens as mustard. Pasture for mores from a distance furnished at reasonable ratci, but turnlis thickly nml then thin out for the road work. Thi assure to the occur. taxpayer the services of engineer urei ni. Mint must be paid before stock is removed. trained in road work, a centralized ' authority responsible for the expenPlan to Save Money. Manure raved Is money saved. diture of funds, and a preudlnx II at luadt la the beat prac plan of development and financing. BUCKEYE, KENTUCKY. DANVILLE) fCYf riiONE ssos. -. n. nli tliln pntty in I'li.iUfl dimity haa had long It In In twu litt'r work ami for the pnet six lre newipnper pleci. Tin blmi-- nf tin illmlty haa ywira haa been actively enirageii in i IVier I 'mii :', i' ami turn Imrk cufTH pstWtcity work. .liluniiil with fiiul.er ntltclitnc nf ilk A The likes f the magaaine will he rtl eiHlln: In whiti Mlk the frmit in Lexington. It' will be called the Hinll tH.U It lanl arri mill h mtrh of tin at Hteriwy Tobaeew Grower. kli iiKiiiiluliiH m that puictlrul thins en li he pnity. Sheep In Wotvet' Clothing. In I In- - early nleetlos n mrt nf Malm Uncle Eben. Si stage wua terrorised ly u hand nf s "1 t'nrle i:ien. "I Hli ln" r in i i ! it Sl all tlat nMT. :. run. men t'ltv. imi April i 'i Inatld i" rininil. n i"ii I AT FARROWING TIME ! n i nil w.niieii rti'n Ik r tie fuck ilat It FEEDING lin'i rtwl ( alii Sow Should ftecelvc Nothing But Warm Water (or Twenty-lou- r Houra Alter Plgi Come. I'orlcf xrincc ti'l Funeral Directors and Embalmers -. r .id- - iitnl fr it. i'iii lllT ,r MOTHERS i. Haw Had Child Birth Caaier By Uainq XPECmT for Three Generation Residence Phone 33. Lancaster, Get Wisdom. Wlxlom Is the principal thing; there fore, get wlilotii; nml with all thy getting get understniidlng. I'roverhs Kentucky. Apparatus Aerates Water. nppnrntus hn hecn Invented to aerate the wntei in yl.nth.. tuh or till It with mcdli i Molnr-ilrlM'. '. .g Ti-lll- l"0'iUlluitoC. Mlir ocil(T 01Mtaooo..tlM Bltr Dirt. Atumi 64. le Stallions In Service 1922 Ail -- FEDERAL AID 11 iiim-te- Peavine 4092 f.l 11 v I 11 s.iJIh .ill). -- WALKING VERDICT - d I i -- ' - 1 $10.00 Insure fre-lie- Julian Peavine fro-he- gd CHIEF rs' A POL. EON J. UNDERWOOD d T. O. Hill and T. C. Jenkins The Central Record. Lancastet, Ky., Thursday, May Ordinance The City Council of the City of Lancaster, Ky., do ordain a follow It Khali be the duty of any nnd all person operating or driving a motor vehicle or any other kind of vehicle on the public square or on any o the streets of the City of Lancaster to drive same at all time to the right. It ihall also be the duty of all operators of motor vehicles to sound n horn when approaching the inter section of another street or crossing nnd no car shall be run with the cut out open, within the city limits Any person violating any of the provisions of this ordinance shall be fined not less than one hundred dol- dol lars nor more than twenty-fiv- e I I 1922 HAY SHIPPERS FREQUENTLY MEET Lambs On Early Mar WITH LOSS IN EARLY SHIPMENTS ket Bring Biggest i JHEbLbwsssssssm lan. This ordinance to be In effect from nnd after Its passage nnd publlca tton as required by law. V. F. Champ, Mayor, Paul F. Morrow Clerk. Tight Haling and Clew Packing of Hay Caust Heating. Oil Ordinance The City Council of the City of Lancaster, Ky., do ordain as follows Whereas Chapter 143 of the Acts of 1920 nrovide for the oiling of streets ns may be designed by reu lutlon of the Council. Now be it resolved by the Council that they designate the following streets in the City of Lancaster, to be oiled towit. 1st. The entire Public Square. 2nd. Lexington street from Pub lie Square to City limits. 3rd. Danville street from Public Square to City limits. 4th. Stanford street from Public Square to Crab Orchard street. fith. Richmond street from Public Square to City limits. tlth. Water street from Lexington street to J. M. Duncan's gate. 7th. Campbell street from Richmond street to Crab Orchard street. 8th. Crab Orchard street from Stanford street to nnd including M.. . Rachel Austin's property. 9th. I! u ford street from Stanford street and including the Garrard Mill property. 10th. Hill Court from Lexington 's street to and including - J. property. 11th. Paulding street from Danville street to Water street. It is further ordered that said oiling begin not later than1 June 1st., nnd be completed not later than June The City Marshal is directed . L'Oth. to have said oil put on and keep an recount as tofthe cost of the above 11 sections keeping the cost of each street to itself and the clerk will aswss against each owner of , fan property bordering on each. J&fiit respectively his proportional. Tfcart of. the cost according to the number, of feet bordering on said treet?.'that. I he will assess ip much per front foot on each strejt and will report the SOWING TURNIPS TO cost of oiling each street to the FOLLOW VEGETABLES Council and 'the assessment, of the cost of oiling each street among the property owners and the Council will assess against each property Excellent Crop to Utilize Waste owner and holder who property Spaces In Garden. borders or abuts on such street his portion of the cost of oiling his street and will assess and levy the tax Reasonably Rich Soli Is Essential, Finely Raked and Leveled Off against such property to be known as to Avoid Water Collecting the oiling tax to be collected ns In Little Pools. other tuxes for which the city will' have a lien and the property so borby Ih Unlt! StWt trrtmni dering on such street for said tax; ut Airlfultur, I the City to pay for oiling all cross As u crop to utilize garden space sections on said streets and any prop- nfter early vegctuhlcs hue been hur- erty owner on any other street may eled. nothing l better than the turnip. Turnips should be planted In have oil at his expense. iHo- -t parts ot the country about July AH other partios wanting oil will 'St, hut In tl .Ureme South us lute natffy the Marshal at Mteit. as the last of August and .tin ! left W. F. Champ. Mnyor, lu the ground until lifter several light the South. 1 hey Paul F. Morrow. Clerk. frosts or all winter In tcgetiiblo and to nre useful as u table milieu oicni win supply ine piace It s the general opinion of IN THE DISTRICT OF THE of (Hitntoes of the I'nlteil Stales peclallt UNITED STATES FOR iwrtinciit of Agrleiilture that the Amertimothy-producin- I- San-ford- hleh. The new tiny Is hcmler, tr mid ttie stilpHr profits from the sule Ksery new Imy Im'kIiih to when of the water In It. eeii thotiith It H be uuirketcd, rexrl (mm several ceil- Mow price of The nil western hay markets show that chance tiie getting old lis). of murli of the new liny arriving Is hut causes many ship-- r theV premiums to take ttje risk mid out of condition, and mutt In sold of the losc that continually isrur Ht a heavy iIImhuM under the price It Is sery doubtful, himeser. If the quoted for No. 1 hay. There an' a premiums equal losses during iiiinter of causes, hut the bureau of first week or twothe the movement. the of und crop esllmules of the markets While the shipment of new Imy Is 1'nlted States Department of Agriculnot ndvlsed until It Is en nil so us to ture belleses the principal one Is that contain not more than II or 1.' percent the hay Is listed and shipped lefore moisture, a few suggest! ins nre offered it has cured suttlrlently ainl while It hy the Department if Agriculture, contains too tnucli moisture. which. If follim.il, will lend to Hint Baling Newly Cut Hay Is Risky. It Is the custom In some sections to h.ile the hay from the ulmlrow or cock In order to avoid the exwne of stucklng oi putting In the mow. It Is almot always true that the flrt new hay shipped to the wirlnus mark In uiot uf ets Is baled In this way sections weather the conditions are such that It is nut safe to allow the hay to remain long In either the windrow or cock, if the best quality of liny Is to he ohtalnel. Local stumers or heavy dens, follow til cause It to hy a hot sun, will bleach and deteriorate. It Is, therefore, the prnctlre to hale Just h ""on as. In the Judgment of the producer r shipper, the hay can he snfely shipped. This Is frequently entirely tix. MMin for the conditions under which It Is marketed. Harvesting Hay. The movement of hay fiom a dry Illlte some of the loscs frequently to a humid section, or from n nol to warmer one. Increases the proba Incurred. The principal ones are I're the hay In the halo as loosely Tight iialltiK und bility of heating. close parking In the enrs lire con- as Milhle to get the minimum weight tributing causes, and apply to alfalfa In the car. I.oail huy in cars with nlr spins' and prairie hay as well as to timothy. about the hates; standing the hales Higher Prlctt Invltt Early Shipment on end Is considered u gi prac The easiest way to avoid the looses tice. caused by hay getting out of condition Ship first hsy to near-bmarket tl nut to ship new; huy until It has gone , only. through the "sweat" und lieeomes j liar shlxx Into low or humid te. properly cured In the mow or stuck, I rltorles should ! drier than when The premiums usually offered for early shlped Into dry or high sections. shipments of new hay are very In, I'rovlde rentllntln.i fur cars when vUlng. however The tint new hay. ixissihle. If' lu good condition, often sells near Hill curs so tint no delny will occui the price of old huy which, as the sea- in handling or iinhsidlng at destlnn son draws to a close. Is frequently Ion. Ih Prtprt bf )er at At rlculturs.) l(nHt StsWa tsrtmat and consequently at load limits previously Ih effect having greater expense after hot weather passed over the bridge at .1:00 A. M., comes. The average monthly gain May 1st. These restrictions as to for each of 91 lambs, during the sea- the weight of can which have been sons of 1917, 1918 and 1920 was in effect during the construction and 1(1.1 pounds in May, 13.3 pounds In previously have been modified so that the Southern can now handle into Thousands of Kentucky lambs that June and 4.3 pound In July. are being prepared for the market at , Xture of equal parts by weight or uut of Cincinnati nny car moving this season of the year will bring j f .helled corn, oats and bran makes in the course ofnorntal business. greater returns If gven n little extra K00l tvVt for lambs that are being This will greatly farillate the uiove-mefee.l nnd core to put them In market-J- , ir,.par,.,j freight thru of e the market. F.nch condition at the earliest po- - m.l he uiven from one.el.rhth the Cincinnati gateway, by which the n hi e date, according to L. J. to of a puvnd of this Southern secures connection with railways reaching many of the mst in charge of the College of mixture each day Agriculture sheep work. In addiimportant cities of the country. tion to bringing a higher price, the The new bridge is 4,300 feet long, early lamb is lest apt to be trouble. consisting of I, C00 feet of truss with the parasites and summer heat work, 1 ,000 feet of plate girder work Baurbetts Peultry Remedy nlferting those that are held for a nnd 1.I00 fret of lilt between conK ftw 4np In later market, it was pointed out crete retaining walls. A draw span of the vertical lift type, .11S feet ftn. I trToU In 1U-- 1, the average price paid htla ilisrtiw. long, providing clearance of Gfl fret m for choice lambs on the Louisville si4 rth.r rhkk dlMSMs. tlMdHf llproMr above high water mark for river navimarket was f 1.1.40 a hundred Ip May, rhkktlMslihF, tn'lkilanul gation, takes the place of an rflMMaslrikM. nlllladtr. ll'J.'.'O in June and $10.80 in July, tatlMetf.UI-stall.sWII.M- . swing span ef the old according to ligures cited to show the Aliiru(ttl.tirmsil imimII. bridge greater value of lambs that go to Krection of the superstructure market c.trly. New Bridge was begun on July 3U., IP'Jl, ami 1'arasites which often cauke heavy the progress has been so rapid as to and disastrous summer losses ordi Across Ohio Now ,i permit the opening ef the bridge narily do not give lambs much trou-- j several months ahead of schedule. tile until about the middle of June. I Open (letting lambs off to an early ma rketj Millions nf people tnfk abeut he4l therefore avoids trouble from thl The Southern Kaduay System's, without knowing a darned tiling source, it was added. new double track bridge across the) about iL In connection with the effect of Ohio Hiver at Cincinnati, designed, sumrmr heat on spring lambs, figures to carry the heaviest locomotives and Sir A. Conan lisyle asserts that We derived from monthly weights kept cars now In use, is now open for the can talk to spirits in the other world, on a flock of registered sheep under, movement of heavy freight traffic, but we doubt tieir ability to hear good care show that grains are made the first car eiceeding in weight the, him warble more slowly Returns Ilor-lache- r, ,ht.fr anl-abl- heavy-loadin- g one-quart- 1 uit(asje flt'l 5 Southern's 1 , 4 Automobiles Free $25,000 In Prizes Given Away BY THE sii LOUISVILLE HERALD $3,888.75 MARMON You hne alay wanted a bcuiitlf'.l automobile of our own The l,ouUltle llsrabl Is to rise ana)- - KOt'H coin TKKN' .ITOMOIUI.t:S and many rash frlies In thn who entr Its tils: IISOOO prlte ramrolen The- I3J75 CADILLAC autamnhtlrs are all of the latest model, fresh from the factory fully nlpp,t ami rosily to drlie. They are stumUrd you makes care knos S1.I9S HAYNES 55 well IxioK them over In - Whleh on would you like to own? You ran lime one- - FUHn-tiy simply entsrlnsr The txiuts. vllle Herald's hi prlte ram-tsland nsklntr your frlrmta and aniualntance to sutiscrlbo to The Herald vertlmrnt this ad. 11,515 CHALMERS SERUM DOES NOT ELIMINATE Clean.Up of Hog Cholera Cannot Be Expected Through Us of This Modern Treatment Some ktoiis think that the use of hog cholera serum has become so general that we nre fur on the wny towurd the elimination of , disease. nut, according to the ('rilled Stutes lepurtinent of Agriculture, u cleanup of choleni can not he expected through the use of this method. Ilesldes, only u niiirii perrentuge of the hogs In I lie coiinlry lire treute each year und there Is nlso almost n complete turnover of the swine opuliitoii each Jeiir. Ksery K inonths we sturt with n new lot of pigs mid the light Hgnllist disease iniiHt start nt the beginning again. About ft ). UK l ruble centimeters f wnm r h It Costs Nothing 11,505 NASH It Costs Nothing To Win campaign Is Just start- money needed, either now- or later. In win one nf thrsr prlxr Just otrs Ton run do it In your spar time Jnt a little rffort on oiir uirt may itng one of these handsnmn motor cars to you In Just a few weeks. Men or women oser l years rf ace are ellclhl In enter No I.- To Enter 11455 BUTMOBmt Th Ine 11,195 ESSKX 11.150 STUDKEAJUK l'r-p- r4 . .., ,,,,, ( mw for ,,. , U) " ,.,lc In 4Wl $1,095 COLUMBIA M ican public could hrMih-M- t l on-iiii- ie iiii ny more EASTERN KENTUCKY RUPTCY DISTRICT OF turnips l bun It does. for Held sowing, turnips are IN BANKThe particular In the matter of V. 11 Wardloe,, ilankrupt, in llankruptcy. To the Creditors of ibis llutikrujrt:! Xntice Is hereby given I hut on bankApril UUth., ll'Ti the said (iarrard bounty. rupt of Faint Kentucky, was duly adjusted Hank-rup- t, and that Use tint meetiag of hks credlters will be held at the Citurt Kentucky, on House In Lancaster, May 10th 1922, at 9 A. M., at which time the Creditors may attend, claims, appint a prove their Trustee, examine the Bankrupt, and transact such other business a may properly come before said meeting. ! Danville. Ky., May 4th.. 19S2. r.L0 I). ItUUhh, Keferee In llankruptcy. N0TK Creditor cannot partici-- ! pae In the management of the es-- i tute of the distribution of asset un- t.l they prove their claims on form required by the llankruptcy Act, and I file same with the Keferee. I usually requirement Is h risiMtnald) rich soil llnrly raked und Irwled off to avoid water sdlcctlng in mm.I. The stod should be sowed One homely rule Is to take the quantity which KNieb'leiii and dhldc It In half After bis.n s.mtere.1 on the Hl. umH surface of the gr.ind. they -- lertdd he well ntktsl In This otny be done hy dfttggtn piev of bruh over the around. The surface should he well Is a plan In sow staoothisl. after a ruin, giving them nruite. nppnrtunlt to ojtisMii before a crust After nowisu; they will need little intention until c,-i- jenrs there have been around 70,(n, hoga In tiie country on January 1 acct.rdliig to fedora I crop estimators which menus ninny more hogs In the spring nnd summer. If nil these tmgs were treated cholera would not Im It would simply bo made eliminated. impotent to kill many hogs for one season und would begin to kill again the next sensoii f serum were not used. Serum treatment, tike Insurance, etui not ho allow is I to lnp.e ,,,. ,ri. Everyone Has An Equal Chance To Win It mnkea no difference where you Ihe Your chances are Just us irooil us those of any one else Home of these automobiles may Im comlne to our town, Ot In before the others do, and make sum that one of these splendid automobiles comes to YOI fill out the blank below and mall It to th Cumpalrn I)e . ILftM BUIOC recent We MAXWELL Vm DCKANT partment, taulsvllle, liulsvlllu Ky You PUREBRED SURELY PAID WELL Lambs From Registered Sire Drought More Money Than Those From Scrub in Missouri, celke full Information about this wonderful campaign and how to win. Bend lleiald, will re. at onco the coupon- - QflOK' Jjt gd Mt5 OVKKLAND for. lurt i Common Garden Error, m.oiH faults In garden line of the ing Is making rows of plants too close the plusts tno '""I 'loe In the row. lid raue pbints ,,, , m,lWl(jre of hUvr t,unt fmsl, ;ive more dlstnnce. sr fr , per cent more money than lambs of the MtitiiH uge fed In the same Wny but sired by u scrub. The lambs from the purebred rum welged more at Ihree months of age thun the luiiihs sired by the Inferior ram nt four months of use. (St ,ln the sheep Mock the purebred sire Is ii money maker. In one experiment lit Hie Missouri College of Agriculture I ho Iambi from u purebred rum brought Lei Fortune Smile On You Lots of Cash Prizes Also Given Some of $100 SEND THIS I "rise ('Ainpabxn Isepartinesit, You Can Win COUPON Isnii.slIU. Herald, iMOsstUo, Ky. Net Good as Fertlliier. im , V'XTZ fHftt,. hrm-dln- e diintegrnii.. It is piaro for h um n Hunt It klials of ,ind use the isIuh. Insects, Dressing Asparagus Bed. (lite the asparagus bed u good dressing of tuuuure. It will hasten the appeariuire. of the "grass" und muke It more tender. ,Tti custoui of salting the hod may bo vmltted. .It doea not produce ujiy notlcoaible ivsults uue way or luu other. Sowe of $75 SMie of $50 cant cash commissi oaa to atatlra contasUnta who do eat win other prtiea. You can't loss. Pull pAalioubua In suiy laaua of Th Laiulsrvlll KaraJd. Tan pair 1 m 'nrsted In your wonderful 411,000 I'lstM aand ina full particulars at one. nrtu cmmsitn. i NAMK .... or OTRKKT AND NO. llurl nouU)!!, ...,., 'SMiaMuu.Mi Ii. sTssjssI ,f. ... AOsf ...U...f OOCUVXTIOH The Central Record. Lancaster, Ky., Thursday, May 11,1 922 ja Ofl'ering SILK and LINEN MIDDY SUITS, regular $18.00 garments, while they last $12.50. .$12.50 GABERDINES, POPLINS and WASH SATIN to close at $7.95. One lot ridiculously low, but good values at $4.95. They are sure enough Jack Tar Dresses with Blue and Red Collars, also Blue trimmed with White. Sizes 6 to 20. MILLINERY One lot ofs$o.00 HATS at $2.98. ami $7.50 Suits and TEN SERGE DRESSES Coats "rssri A few more OXFORDS nnd STRAP PUMPS loft at the re These THESE GARMENTS ARE EVERYTHING YOU WOULD ASK FOR IN QUALITY AND WORKMANSHIP. LEFT-YO- UR dictilously low prices of are imtsual see them. UNRESTRICTED CHOICE $9.98. The One Price store. $3.85 and $4.85 DON'T FORGET WE ARE OFFERING YOU SPECIAL VALUES IN FLOOR COVERING. Mr Will HeniU'Mon, of l.owoll, I Houic of Quality. Gossip About People A BfUl re overini: l'rof. J. wai tht' Sunday. from her recent V. Cook, Ml lllne. Ky., cft of of Stern, Mattle I.Utl Oeinji try Mtrllsn Thou f tM V Comlnji and Art Intimlid In. 'of i Mr. Hilward Allen and W. It. Cook Danville, were here Tueilay t ice K. I Mr. Mr. and Mr J in Danville Saturday Mr. William K. Owilcy. Storme were Mr. T. Font day. Mr. J. It. Hourne, Mr. J. V. Jeno and Mr. l'hilli(M ,wero Danville vMton Jeli, Torn Thurs- M'Mer in spent Sunday and Lik Cincinaati. Mr. (Ireen .Mr. 1 W. T. West, w4ili ralatree Mr. K. U'. Harri ha returnwl Hew hap from AtlnNln aftur ipondtni; a month of with hur ion, Ceon;e Hnrrli and Mr. hero. llarrK Mr. and Mr. Kd Lee Conn and im, Kd, Jr., of Wllniore wore with hi brother, Ceorict', Tom, John and Jim, lat Monday. Mr. and wa a Jami Peare. l,aeaer of DanvtUe, TisKor Sunday. in Mr. ond Mrs. Frank Martin, of Ilurnett was with I.ancnitvr Tuetday. Atlanta, are beintr congratulated up on the arrival of a beautiful little Mit Vvfltl Crutchllold tpent Satur-- 1 girl at their home. The dainty little day ami Sunday In Huttonvtlle. Mls has been christened Mary Kstill. Mrs. marrlnue, was Mr. Oeoree Smith, of Itlchmend, Mls Martin before her Klkin, of thi Annie Margaret ppetii the week-enwith MIm SalHc olty. I.utz . Mrs. Addte Sebastian, after spend- Dr. Ilixe and Mr. Itoe, of llry- inc evernl months with her sister. nnUville, viltl Mr. amj Mn. W. K. Mr. Matilda Coton and hrotHcr, Mr. Haitin Sumlay. 'W.J. Komont, returned to her home in Tu.tceki, III., yesterday. Mrs. Se-- ! Mr. T. K. WoUon, of Harlan, i has many warm friend in Mr. and Mr. Joe liurntide, kalian iiltlntt Lancaster, who were sorry to see her en Hiekmoml itrevt. leave, and will be clad when she can Mr. Shelby Allen, of I.nOrnnce, i return for another lone visit. vliltini; her father, Mr. J. It. Mount and Mr. Mount, en LoxiiiKton ttreet. Miscellaneous Shower Dr. friend Mis Bertha Belle Broaddu nnd Miss Allene Curtis spent Wednesday ' "Of all sad words of tongue and pen, in Lexington. Mis Faye King spent last week"K.xam.t aRnin." The saddest are, end in Louisville. Lancaster School Notes. I i d - , ! Ruth Taylor spent last Mr. Adolph Joseph and Mis Flor-- I . ii i t in ...Iincnesier. jviiu ence Mullins visited the Mi.Judlth Daniels tpont kilt week-ins CIa Friday afternoon and gave a practical demonstration of keep-in- c end in Louisville. books for n mercantile establishoperated the Little upats of knowledge, ment. Miss Mullln Little putTs of wit.t m potini; machine ind explained her Make the imple Frcsbmun work. Mr. Joseph explained how he mude entrio in hi cash book, al.o Think the Senior IT. Oh, the meanness of a Junior, the takinc of a Trial Halnnce. Thi When he's mean, much appreciated visit was both enOh, the leanness of a Senior, joyable and beneficial and we hope When he's loan. Mr. Joseph come to see us ai;aln. .Mis week-Hook-keep- . , Mr. A. I). Ujr ia Ml crvaatoK KsrytiMa. Saa4n OU1 I.iUJ a aawar aasi patiag with ( M ev-n- r4 relaihe. Taurs-da- y HnhM aeet4nd Mr. Mr. J. K. KIntore, Ami Hugh ll MIm SalaV Xeel httal week. Mr. Sm JUurlnnd, wet SvMMar QMfcarti, at Hamilton AmonK the visitor CoUccr for the May day celebration wore Mr. J. V. Sweeney ami Mlt HnMaaaa awl ltae. B. II. Mary Davk, uf thi city. frtaa ia KMnmmI Dsaeille Nad Shelby Maion. Kthel Ktridnc, Alex Doty ami W. II. Maion took Sunday tMnaer at Shakertawn. Mit r Mr. N'. - Ilrowiush. MIm. HronouKh, Jullce Jonlon, Medame A. C. Mile and Hubert nnd Mr. K. I IlrMMach, of Nlcho-liU- t Carter and on, have returned from tatter Maasiay. wuro ffttU of Mr. K. U a visit to Mr. ami Mr. J. V. Jonei tin. ABeae of LaOwaise, U tko Owol Survilay. at LeuUville. UMM at Mr. ami Mr. J. It. Meuat. Heazley on The Mound For It. Swinubroad, Mr. and Mr. Mr. Clarence Todd and little en, a Laslagtaa street. J. - Klaore and Mr. Luther Talton, of Tucumcari, New Mexico, Mr. The Visitors Pitch InMrs. W. O. Klsmey. Mr. Waai OiV, were in Danville Monday and were recent vUlter. of her aunt, Mr. Mr, Wesloy I)kkrHi attended the May Day oixercitM at Jot (i. Conn. vincible Ball ltarn4a aad peat Friday in DaavUI. Kentucky Coltojte for Woman. .Mie Mauil and Minnie Conn ami The Paint Lick High School team Mr. UaMasaa Ceak, of Daaeitte, .Mr. Henry IJoyd, of Lexington, brother, Claud, huvu roturnod from invaded the local enmn last Kriil.iv Mm1 peat Saasiay here nskJag Hn4rwnt an ofotntion Saturday at a ploatant visit to friend ami rela- afternoon nnd defeated the High mUWr, Mr. K. L. Qwaley. School team here by the score of the St. Jottth'n llofiital. Her many tive at Wllmore. 19 to (3. The tint four innings of Mltktn llunveil Cbestaut. f frinhi here are chid to know that Utile Mr. and Mr. Hurry D. Itice Iiove the game was interesting and it look- any fc k uottini; alone uulte favorably. PalM IJk, is returned from thulr wedding trip tsl like up to that time that it would with Mr. Luther Peytoa. of Stanford, and have Kone to house kecplni oh be a game of ball of interest, howMr. 11. It. You Dr. Wyatt Uteher an.1 Mr. KoU wo in thU city Friday and Kkl to their farm near I.ancaitur. ever Bratton on the mound for the rojn.s. Leteher, af Danville, were Sunday Mr. K. J. Young n beautiful monu-miMli VirKlnla llarkm, of lleroa high ichool lads together with poor Miss Ruth Taylor and Mm Faye fEileC. Farra. Box 173 Lancaster. Kr vests of Mr. K. I.. Owsley. for hi tan, Fred, who wn and Mr. ISoburt Tankersley, of support allowed the visitor to bat a King spent Wednesday in Danv.llc Harry Jacot i UHnI In Fmiwo. were week-enKUt of .Mr, round and at thi point Coach Whit. Mr. Harry D. Itlee attondo.1 the t d$ the work. takur relieved Bratton with Cox, who and Mn. Luther Peyton. CM Ontegn Prateralty entertainment wa unable to hold the Paint I. ' Mim ilertha IjiHiar, dnuKhter of at LoxiaMtan I'rWtij: evening. Dr. amt Mr. M. S. Hutftold and boys down, a thoy were experts on Mr. and Mr. John i.amar, of Dan children, Klslo and Rrnost, spoilt the Judge J. I'. Prather, who was using the stick. This Is the worst de1lt ami Carl Otborno, ton of .Mr. with Mrs. Hattlold' par- feat the local lad have suffered thi hart several week ago by an auto- and Mr. Hoyd Otbern, of Oil place week-en- d ent, Mr. and Mrs. I. II. Walter, of mobile, U able to be out ngain. and the only thing that one were married Tuesday afternoon by Somerset, Ky. could be able to write on the game is coqple Dr. J. H. Fraqua. The younjf Mr. and Mr. William Mr. ami Mr. Jamo Itebinson k'ave that the lads from that won.lerf u Florence nncl Savannah Lane, wrw will nuke their future home in l.an an eluuitnt diiiHur Thursday, at their 'little city of Paint Lick ju.t ,ut I caiter. !at wv"k wit Kir'imon.! fr .'ii ho.iie on .Stanford slroot in honor of played and out classed the local nine. the bride nnd nrowii, Mr. and Mr, We do not like to tufer an ni.bi for Cant. Henry' team and in fact we Kdvtin Hubbard. have none to oiler on this Kaiiw, j Friends of Cel. Juk Adams were one thing that helped the Paint L . k delii;htud to see him mlni;Utr with boy a much n anything wa to er I In Paint hou hit friend ti the stroot here lait every u1nc k Mr. A4anu has boon ron icpros oitlod here by at lenst one . .Saturday. QUALITY THE HIGHEST mere of their force which goe ta tined for month. . amv that tatty work a a unit throPRICE THE LOWEST Mi To our Customers: Panniv Mite Ijh hud for ned are a live bunch of people, um.i ifuet TuoMlay aftornoon Ml Car-H- e bellvola suHaartiac the young SALES ENORMOUS. wo extend a Monday, IJOK'fmiinK' Loe Sutton, Ml Iicy Harris, f their rieiaity. Last vveok we run out and Hundreds wore disappointMi Kthul Hundrick, Ml jo credit of ONE WEEK ONLY. Airbill to be paid Carrie When the aaexaaettd happen Lee, Maud ami Ileulab Vater. or on Monday morning following. Saturday night ed. ORDER DOUBLED THIS WEEK and ship-men- ts everybaay eKpecfd It ta do u. Do not a.ik for any other terms as wo have no bejfan to arrive WEDNESDAY and continue W. C. T. U. The BlKhth District It I bettor to autko an occnMonai Convention will be held nt the Chrisother. balance of week. tian church in Lanraiter, Thursday, mistake than to do aathina- - at all. We niurueiato your businofs and ask for a conMay lfith. An ontorettlni; program Many a man a natural tinuance of Fame. ba been arrancotl and a u'ood meet talent for forgetting that he i u man I UsaeiBr. awi Mr. Par-yta- r. ware Laaanater Mr. and I- Jh t tk with ruuH. Ataraey ISf7r ( ilMMn. ef weofcnsad Mio Katie llarm Diekurn, of Itlehmund Crab the Kattern Normal ichool, aero frat lh week.eml with hur parent, U Mr. WiMiam Dlckerxm. Mr. Scott, of Hyatuville and Mr. Mr. Itobert Kncle entertained at J. J. MentKomery were dinner guett her home on Richmond street at a of .Mr. and Mr. Luther IVyton Sun miscellaneous shower in honor of her nelct, Mrs. Kdwin Hubbard, a recent day. bride of this city. After the guest Mr. and Mr. John llrown, of atmbled little MUses "Bobble". I.ouiiville, are guoU of Mr. and Mr. .Mary and Ilerndina Enjrle appeared J. (',. IIurnide, on the Itlchmend carrying an umbrella, from which the ' road. bride was littorally "showered." The house was artistically decoMr. It. 0. Ohlham and.daui;htvr, Mary Moore, have been viiltlng Mr. rated In sprint; flowers and a Jclici-ou- i ice and cake were served. Clayton Arnold, on the Lexington Mi. Hubbard has been the recipiroad. ent of many useful and valuable gifts Mr. W. II. .Maon, Mr. W. It. from friends nnd relatives, for which Cook, MU Shelby Maion and Hub- she is so deeply grateful and appreert Tomllmon pent Weilnewlay in ciative. Lexincton. .Mi Senior exams begin regular exams Monday. today But the leanest of the leanest, Or thi meanest of the meanest, and Is not in it with the Freshman, When he's green. Deep wisdom Swelled head, The Senior's Farcwel IToait Here' to our Almo Mater; Here's to her sacred walls; Here' to her wealth of knowledge; Here's to her traveled halls. Brain fever He's dead. A Senior. False fair one Hope fled, Heart busted He's dead. m luUt Paint Lick Lads Defeat High School (. l- palia: el , A Junior. Here's to our good professor, Went skating 'tis said, Here's to our teacher trus, Floor bumped him He's dead. And last, but not leaM, A Sophomore. Here's a good wish from our Milk famine unfed, Old Boil and Bluo. Starvation He's dead. A Freshman. . There are no friends like our dear old friends, Laying Maih Who hove shared our High Scheel Chicken Feed; Scratch Feed for young chicks, that days, make them grew. No greetings Hke their welcome, Harrodsburg Ice & Produce Co. No homage like their praite. Fame i the tcentleis sunflower, With grandy crown of gold, But friendship is the breathing rose With sweet In every fold. FOR SALE Thore are no days like our school Single Comb Brown Leghorn days they never shall be for- Kgg, 10 for 75cts., 100 for sor, $4.00 in Lancaster. 10 for There is no school like our High $1.00, 100 for $5.00 prepaid School keep green the dear old within the. third zone. spot, One good three year old mule. There are no chums like our old One three year old Jersey cow chumi how pleasant and kind and calf, a good one. One their ways. Canopy oil brooder. There are no friends like the old I want some young steers that friends may Heaven prolong their days. win weign uetwecn auu ami 7UU nt n, d - Un, Mi. ' ' I N OTICE Mnyth., 4 eral i Fresh Fish Pound hr - pene Inw aituretl. Scott Phone 206. & Ruble Public Square. A art tongue It not always a wue The members of the Parent-Teacone; Sometime the judge consider er' Association will have their meet-- i it contempt of court. int; in the school auditorium at Hack. WMlrwaili your fenct and out-- i eye Friduy afternoon at two o'clock, Evtrybody I Invited and all members buildinii. Car freih lime juit In. Hudson & Farnau. 1 1 h- Sanders Variety Store j Cabbage and Tomato Plants for sale. The Red Front LANCASTER, KY. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, May REPORT OF THE CONDITION Of I 1 1922. WHICH DAILY PAPER? A Question Thnt Is Quickly and Readily Answered. Th. INTERSTATE ROAD Newest Highway Marked On Mnp la Called Cincinnati' Lookout Mountain Air Line Highway CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK ZSSS. OF LANCASTER, KENTUCKY, AT THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS ON MAY SlK.. 1922. No. RESOURCES SERUM WILL PROTECT SWINE Loans and discounts, Including rediscounts (ex$344,003.26 $344,003.25 cept those In b and c) (Lexington Leader) 1,058.85 Overdraft, secured, None, unsecured, $l,n55.95 Interest in the latest road marked Errontou Impression Prevails That Deposited to secure circulation (1. S. bonds Hog Cholsra Will B Kradlcatsd Largest Morning Circulation on the map, routed from the Qhlo to C0.000.00 par value) In Ftw Ytara. r 1,040.00 Dixie, is increasing all along the On 1,04(1.00 All other United State Government Securities. of Any Kentucky Newspaper Unlt'.l Si.t. 3,300.00 cinnatM.ookout Mountain Air Line: rrMr4 kr thf Ac Mtult'lM.I IWitmM Other bonds, stock, securities, etc.. Highway, the name given this new 7,000.00 Banking House The Impremdoii that hog cholera l prestige and reputation. It Enjoys a nation-wid- e 8,353.20 venture for public favor. The di h dlease that "III W ellmimited ! 1,333.20 Furniture and Fixtures rectors of the association, who are fure nintiy )'iirs through the ue of is essentially a newspaper, intent upon giving news 20,047.75 sponsoring the movement, held a Lawful reserve with Federal Reserve Hank...... semni tins been spread Cash In vault and amount due from na'lonal conference here, at which reports throughout the country, hot therv I matter first consideration. 40.211.47 were made of the situation, -- . banks and con- little ktrotitiil for such n Miff, siti the 40,211.47 13 Total of Items 0, 10, 11, 12, and Maintains Its own news bureaus at Washington 433.17 ditions on that part of the routing United States Department of Agrlcub 433.17 Miscellaneous cash item The serum treat incut, when lying between Camp Nelson, at the ture. U. S. Treasurer and due Redemption fund with and Frankfort. Member of the Associated Press. 2,500.00 Kentucky river, and Rockwood, Tenn. projerly given, will protect lmg from U. S. Treasurer .- ngulust the (llnvnxe, but It does not E" 682.03 Other Assets t With important legislation coming before Congress the latter place being the point where to the source nml eliminate the, germ the routing of the road leaves the from the country, which would be hoc $474,126.37 TOTAL and Kentucky General Assembly In 1922, The eastern link of the Dixie Highway, eouiry If hog rhoteru Is to become h LIABILITIES. v. . . .l ...n.. Courier-Journis the daily newspaper you will u o t r. ,llllcvimuaiiuuicat thing of the past. It might be possible m nnft AO . -- - Capital stock paid in 00,000.00 on Its way to and thru Kentdcky to to eliminate the itlneioe If esery hog Surplus Fund need. In the fulled States could In- - kept lm the Queen City. 15,8S'.i.53 15.SS9.53 Undivided prollts 10,317.20 5,572.27 representatives inunUett all of th time, but such u expenses, interest and taxes pakl The Tennessee Less current By special arrangements we are now able to offer measure woiilil l Impractical. If uot ' 50,000.00 tated that sufficient funds have been Imposdlble. Circulating notes outstanding the highway 100.00 secured to construct Hog cholera I of varying prevn . Amount due to national banks THE DAILY COURIERJOURNAL thru its four counties, to the Ken- leiice. both as to the time of the year Amount due to State banks, bankers, and trust tucky State line. The Kentucky di- and as to perhxls of seteral years. If AND THE cam panics in the United States and foreign 848.70 rectors gave encouraging reports. the fall Octolier ami Noember countries than included in Items 21 or 22).. 75.23 Certified checks outstanding Construction, or reconstruction, al- - therv Is more of tls tll.cH.e than tn 1,091.01 Total of Items 21,!2, 23. 24 and 25 the 253,720.00 ready being under way in two of the hogs other month. The number of Individual deposits subject to check per thousand affected by It ' counties, 253,720.00 and the movement to Reserve. Items 20, 27. 28, 20, 30. and 31 year to yenr greatly ' Certificates of deposit (other than for money finance the proposition In the other chance Tbere hare from been jears. such a 40,197.50 .two counties is receiving enthusiastic also. borrowed) 1VS7. 1M7 and 1013. when cholera Total of time deposits subject to Ho serve. Items 32, reception from the progressive citi raged throughout the com belt, caus4C.497.50 33, 34, and 35 ing great zens. to farmer, In the Notes and bills rediscounted, including accept-ance- s Kentucky has a macadam road as years Intervening between these high of other banks and foreign bills of exchange or drafts cold with Indorsement of far south as llurnslde, on the Cum- -' points tho louses wcr relatively low 300.00 this bank Since 1013 hog cholera has been but berland, seven miles below Somerset. htly prevalent as compared with This offer applies to renewals as welt as new subscriptions, $474,120.37 and it Is nromlsed to have the hieh- - I TOTAL the Wont JesrS, but there Is no aasur- vv,V t ,.t r.tr-.- l . State of Kentucky, County of Garrard, ss: but only to people living in Kentucky, Tennessee or Indiana. I, L. G. Davidson, Cashier of the above named bank, do solemnly constructed during 1022. McCreary mice that other great waves of the l1UNBft ulll fllll oeetir mm lhv til. I . swear that the above statement is true to the best of my know! t .1 Ill , lu, m natc me nm mileage oi tttn trulu wn, New subscriptions may. If desired, start at a later date, and cuuiu, ,ut L. G. DAVIDSON, Cashier. ledge and belief. new construction. Some grading has eight )ear since the tnt high Mlnt .In Subscribed and sworn to before me this 0th. day of May, 1022. renewals will date from expiration of present one. E. L. Gadbury, Notary Public. already been done and county author- - lonws from cholera, ami the records of My commission Expires July 9th,. 1025. (ties are making strenuous efforts to 'he Department of Agriculture show If you prefer an evening newspaper, yu may substitute Correct Attest S. L. Gibbs that the erlil the high push the work. Shirley Hudson Is usually 10 Hint of prevalence The Louisville Times for The Courier-Journa- l. Thoe present at tne conference J. J. Walker jeiira or longer. were President C. E. Hendrick, Directors. Send or bring your orders to the office of Tenn.; Vice President R. M.' Tills fall there are reports of In' Icmws from cholera, but some Sparks, Nicholasville; John M. Farra, creael l til ! CENTRAL RECORD eertei every fall Mrs. Harris, of this city, has re Lancaster; R. B. Waddell, Somerset; llicrre BUENA VISTA turned after a few days stay with Colonel Jame Maret, Lexington, andi Mr. Everett Duggins was the guest her daughter of Jack Creek. County Judge G. M .Treadway, with Sunday of Miss Christine Scott-M- r. Mr. and Mrs. Gooch, of Lincoln, County Engineer Irvine P. Stapp, of Randolph Scott has gone to and family, were guests Sunday of Lancaster. Alwiys. V'K Not Ossd. ( 'We cleau aud Win.' Colonel James Maret was appoint-- , Hazard, where he accepted a posi-tio- their daughter, Mrs. James Dunn. Is a dangerous A li"' man who has none for thlog ed publicity agent for the astociation. Mrs. Morgan I'ryon, who has been trie t. ' The Cincinnati-LookoMountain Miss Hester Scott, of Hickman, Is in a serious condition for the last But Qusrry Samstlmss Scares. Air Line Highway Is routed from is slowly improving. the guest of her sister, Mrs. Charlie four months 8hct Making Is Unchsngtd. Ttie rtMf miwHi for Job hunting Is Chattanooga thru Dayton, Rockwood, I son. Shot making Is one of the few twelve mi'li lung. Ilottoa Tran Mr. Reuben Overstreet went to Harriman, Wart burg Glen Mary, that base honlly clianre.1 In crltit. Mr. Bourne, of Richmond, was the Lancaster Saturday where he was the more than 100 sear, lloltrn leail Is and Isham, Tenn.; Whitley City, guest Sunday of Mis. Sunbeam guest of his sister, Mrs. Joe Price, BtJrdi Only tor Kings and Noblts. still iotiml from the top of n shot Stearns, Uurnside, Somerset, StanRuble. At one time king and nobles wers Mrs. Dudley Lane and Miss Nannie ford, Lancaster, Small slse require a drop of I tower. Nicholasville into the iml to Hofir Mr. and Mrs. John Vanderpool and Hell Scott of Medmay, have been Lexington. Ky., lll fret, the Inr.-.- require n longur benrN.x ervanta being where the road will I full of nearly ilmil coiuellcd to e that height. family were In Lexington shopping guests of Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Lane connect with the Dixie Highway, over( slwr In token of Ihelr servitude. Thursday. Mr. Raymond Morford, who under its routing thru Georgetown and Mr. V. F. Brlckey, or Lancaster, I Ossts Stevs for Hsst. to Cincinnati. went an operation for appendicitis, EXCURSION Is busy repairing Mr. R. D. McMur-try'- s Of lr-tsii- i Uoentlon Is a sheet last Friday at the Danville Hospital metal stove :nie drum which Is house. is doing nicely. AS THE MODE DICTATES! claimed .i rndliite moo heat In a Mrs. Charles Durnside is at the Miss Georgia Dunn has returned room than the toe with which It Is and return bedside of her mother, who Is at the . Uked, her chrUlian Knueavor work again via point of death, after a few weeks stay out on ac- Rev. Longina and Mr. Homer Hill, count of an operation. $2.85 L. & N. $2.85 TheFirst Pslslsy Handksrchlsfa. was tlrst paisley handkerchief of Wllmore, were recent guests of Ituv All.xrr T?w...1 unit tvlf... nf Wll. Further reduction for children. msde In 173. Handkerchiefs wruuehr Mrs. Rettie Hill. mnr. .... linlrlttt.. n ITIH.ttlni, nt Ulch IQOO!0'"1 "Ignl with gold us.-- to he worn Farmsr Should Immunise Evsry Hog Mr. and Mrs. Will Rutledge and. Bridge. Several from here attend-famil- y May iyZZt,r WUalthan gentlemen In their hats en First Suspicion of Cholsrs. fr,,n 'dle. th.lr eah vatus spent Sunday with Mr. and t.,j iervices there Sunday evening. Special train will leave Lan-i- " Mrs. J. H. Mayes. The fact that farm products have caster 5:39 A. M., returning Mue j Mrf Kannie r)Unean a former cltl- brought smaller return In recent will The Misses Wilder, of Danville, zcn f Garrard county, who had gone leave Fourth St. Station, months has no ilouht cuuked less Th M"'" n Pi"tino. Cen-- I been the recent visitors of Mr. to Colorado Springs for her health, have v. serum to ho txiught, ami many farm Cincinnati at 6:30 P. M. ,h U. ,kon . and Mrs. Shad Wilder. tral Standard Time, (7:30 P. died recently. Her remains were era hate ot their herd when they time, he and M. City lime.) might have saeil them. Perhaps they Mr. Chester Ford, of Camp Meade, returned to Buena Vista, and buried 1)rB f()r nK u han could ilot hae presented the occur For futher information con-'th- ,. Maryland, is now with his parents, in the burial grounds of the Presby-M- r. previ.m jMiinters put together . rence of the hut they could ault Local Ticket Agent. Iluhens was a gkM rider and rod ond Mrs. T. D. Ford. terian church. have prvtetiled the hoga from dying nearly every day It iM or It, (idling rlil of hog cholera Is not REPORT OF THE CONDITION pimple matter, which may m appreOf Th, ciated wtiett It I lemclntxTcd that the Irifectlim lias heen curried to all pan BANK I of the United Mute ami that the LIVC STOCK The CourierJournal ........ ........ ... ...... .. ... .... ....... ....... - al ..... I .... .. ..... ... ...... .... I he We CENTRAL RECORD Both One Year by Mail, For Only $6.00 ., t,, liar-rima- n, ; n. i !' ut On-ed- ia nfi n, CINCINNATI, OHIO I Sunday, llSt, d r"n' ,hre "t 'l!";' illn-ase- , " 11 wn)M In which It upreuds tire prohahl) known. It may ! j not all thoroughly j many m long yenr before thin plague Scattered umoiig imui) new ac--; r industry I eliminated. quuiutnticex In spring suits we meet ti,.. Iml thlur In lie ,l..n mm-- l. r,.r RESOURCES with pleasure some tried, old friend. such farmer to keep close wutch oer Loans and discounts, including rediscounts (exIn suits of navy lret twill, trimmed cept those shown in b and c) $23J74.2S $233,374.2S with brnld mid tiiitton. Here l one of his herd, and on the first stlplcon of Immunise every hog. the 45.11 them, Ihlng Overdrafts secured. None; unsecured, $45.41 tip tn the illcliite of the Home men now conlder ImmunisaDeposited to secure circulation (U. S. bonds par mode us to klllioiielte, length of coat 50,000.00 tion ngalnot hog cholera as one of the value 00,555.12 and skirt mid giiliilng new Interest hy regular esHnseH of pork production All other United Status Government securities.. virtue of u novel trimming of Ioom eur. They and have It done every 20,910.00 sirups made of the iimterlul. Ilniid Other bonds, stocks, securities, etc nil I lie thai It Is tint n cure, hut only a puna unof silk hriild nhoiit the 7,000.00 $1,000.00 Hanking House, $0,000.00; Furniture and fixtures, ngalimt Kven.when 20,095.47 der these straps and six hall tuitions pretention used there Is ftomctlmo a Lawful reserve with Federal Unserve serum Is 82,200.28 serve to fasten mid adorn the cent. Cash in vault and amount due from natianal baaks loos, hut In mil rly ull cuho the methiMl 5S.20C.28 Total of Items 9. 10, It, 12, and 13 very succemfiil, l It Is the only 1,480.78 1,180.78 Miscellaneous cash items Never eat pie with a knife. Use meiimt iiuillnlile for preventRedemption fund with U. S. Treasurer ami due a saw if necessary. ing losses from hog cholera. 2,500.00 from U. S. Treasurer NATIONAL NO. 1493. OF LANCASTER, KENTUCKY, AT THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS ON MAY 5th, 1922. i ARE YOUR ,. CHILDREN EXTRAVAGANT? To allow n child to become c'MravnKant, no matweli-oi- r the parents may lie, is to seriously interfere with the deelopment of its character. Extravauance breeds idleness and a lack of ap- dlne ... .... ........ ter how 4i,5.12 ... Rank....... nui, o, preciation of values. A pampered and d child can never really experience those joys and pleasures that are the birthright of childhood. over-indulge- ..................... LIABILITIES. 3 - ' a TOTAL Capital stock paid in Surplus fund Undivided profits Ia'ss current expenses, interest, aad lax-Circulating notes outstanding Amount due to national banks Certified checks outstanding Total of Items, 21. 22, 23. 24 and 3 Individual deposits subject to check Reserve, Items 20, 27, 28, 29, 30, aad 11 $50,000.00 We orate about "America for 50,000.00 Americans" and forget that the In $ 19,171.34 pals!.... 3,217.02 10.153.72 dians were here before us. 49,300.00 Lady Astor says that "one sex can 1,500.72 We know of 15.00 not govern alone." 1.575.72 some men who can't govern at all. 270,143.90 270,141.90 The national senate is a dignified body of dignified gentlemen who are TOTAL $137,173.31 too dignified to lose their dignity. State of Kentucky, County of Garrard, ss: bank, do solemnly swear I, S. C. Denny, Cashier of the above-name- d If you have anything good to say that the above statement it true to the best of my knowledge and about us don't wait until we are S.'C. DENNY, Cashier. belief. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 10th. day of May, 112S. dead. Everybody spreads it on then. L. G. Davidson, Notary Public. My Commission expires Jan. U, 1921. A good way to kill off a windbag Correct Attest: W. M. Elliott is to encourage him to talk himself V. It. Kelley endurance to death. Even physical G. U. Swlnebroad has an end. Directors. .. ........................ ......................... .... ......... Many people are envied by those $137,173.34 who condemn them. Easy to Msk Runts. euay to inuke runt out of well, bred pigs by nut feeding the sow well. A brood now nhouM receive, thrrefore, all the concelilr.iles alie will clean up as soon us the pigs urit lurgu enough to take the milk. It I ....... Balanced Fesd for Cattle. Corn ulonu Is excellent for fattening cuttle. .dd t It, suy, 10 to 'JO per tent of Its weight In linseed meal, cottonseed meal or tunkuge, and ou gel a nilh m Unit Is still better bulunced. Or feed the corn with ojts and iilfulfu, Instead of ull corn stulka and other rouglinge. Tims to Buy Shssp. 4 PER CENT ON TIME AND SAVINGS S. The Garrard Bank & Trust Co the United States and all foreign countries. LANCASTER. KY. We soil travelers Cheques, which are good in The irwM'iit price of woi and mutton Is so fur out of pniportlmi to the present prlcv of sheep that It looks Uko now Is the tUtMS to buy sboeu i The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, May MAKKSBURY V. M. Black mIiI a ewnd calf! for $00.00. Mli SuMn K. Suttan was in Psn-vlll- c shopping Wednesday. Meidnme iUfn Pruttt and Itobt. Clark were rcecnt shoppers in Dan. ; I I, 1922 PROMISING NEW TREATMENT FOR ERADICATION OF SAN JOSE SCALE ni,t mbm GUY. Wm. Walker viiited Mrs. Scott Tuesday. Mrs. Harry D. (le spent the pmt week-enwith Lexington relatives. Wm." d Mrs. Goodbye Boils! S. Mit Albertn Grave, of Paint is viiitlng Mils Mary Agnes Lick Brown. ville. Gosttey ami Miu Annie Blanks were In Danville shopping Mr. Brnert Mr. Green Foley, f Itaekley, tod Mr. and Mrs. Jnlw Foley vl. Sun-day. Tnursday. Mm. Ann Sympt celebrated her 76th. anniversary Wjr having a few ( her friend as dinner gaest Sunday. Mr, Brnest (imnvy W eight ear-t- y br0ller at lOeis. per pound. The chicks weighed nearly 2 paunds each. Mr. Gene Mr. Grcen Paynter, of Lincoln, visited Mr. and Mrs. Alfred I'oynter Tuesday. Mr. nnd Mrs. Lawrence Walton spent Sunday with Mr. ami Mir. Carl Pendleton. Mr. and Mrs. Kdd llakur and children, spent Sunday with Mrs. Llgc linker, of Nina. 6an Jon Scale With Larvae and Adult Ostites Feeding on Them A, Adult .Mr. and Mrs. Joe Prather and chilBeetle; D, Larvae; C, Pupa; All Enarged. dren were recent visitors of Mr. nnd folliipe with I per cent of oil. It la felt Mrs. Roy Trathcr. Uf A. I. Qt'AINTASTK, r.nlimolfl.it In Clirs ult lntrr will pro- - j Mr. Milton Ward left Saturday for Hint iloriuniit derliluoiis treUMtr atatra IfepsHHirril ef Airlculturr. ably stnnd without Injury one annual vi,t with relatives at Joncsvllle ex- The Sun Joe scute Is Just now tre.itin. nl ci.ntnlnlne 'J per rent of oil. i.t.nlnKton( 'n. reedlngly abundant unil detrurtle In In order to render the trviitment u,un ""elwriN In Hie ll.ntonWIlo, nvnllnhle to orelinrdlts Tankerslcy Mr. and Mrs. Simon lm miiy wMi (Ark-- ' Mute they to test It on n small scute, the follow- - and bnby were Sunday visitors of "V1""' ari- - iimthtc to adequate y control the Inc directions for miiklnir the stock Jtr. an, Mrs. John Kidd. will, the usual dormant tree treat ' ,,,,,, ,,,-- . While eiuiiMon tire clwn: Mr. KMel Smith, of Louisville, was Hie bureau of eutomohvy believes Formula for Stock Emulsion. the Sunday guest of Misses Carrie, , ''at thorough spraying with dormant IU.1 Itssis. OH. r .Ml f .Imll.r MnUl cunh y , r Nation I nml 'trcngtl, of lime mlphur will con- Miss F.thel Scott, of Judion, after Jf0' ."'f ,"n J'""" I'OtSUll llthOll IVvip n visit with her sister, Mrs. Raymond ilelre of orihnrdlMa for other than treatments, a number of Th oil. wnter und o,ip nre placed Turner, has returne.1 home. experiments with sprays wire under In n Letlle or oilier rereplnrle and .Mrs. John Prnther and Mrs. Wm. tuken. The ptirxwe of the present henle! until the contents rome to :i on the Scott spent a dcliRhtful day recent-surfac- e ImiII. A drown scum tipciir utiM" " rn" of the mixture u It first be- - )y with Mrs. Matilda Collins. serureil In the trenlment of the scale h) the ue of n spray containing Kins to ImiII. After billing fur n few Mr!- - 01Ile ''rnhnm and baby, of ... inhrlmilnr or enclne oil mlnute Hie brown scum to dls-- j rmtlUlried wtlli Ninh (Ulioll soup. npiear nnd ut this stnRe the kettle Is McCreary, spent Friday with Mrs. returned from the lire und the entire C. It. Henry nnd Mrs. Milton Ward. Rtmarkably Efftctlve Spray. mixture l ptiuiied twice under prest In Florida The citreful Mrs. Wm. Scott and Mrs. Wm. sure of iilMiut t'Si Mnind while ntltl very lie Kinder and children were visitors Fri A . emulsion '"f the control of ellru scale uVhcd i hot. ,,jr proper n"r hwUi cannnt,nlx- y n"irnoon of Mr- Jam,', nn,K ,lrrlnc ,n" ,,rHni''' while lly, ns "n" w ' Carrie Mesilames Wm. Uomans, II in I ariliem llllllelin lCWI, I Mrmuln of engln.w. which has J'"' much pumping w II " ten I)nvj(,,on an(, Wm SuUon wm tht. found rcitiHrfcnhly effective In of Mr. nnd Mrs. Ing. onllnary pump pncklng Is burnt tlen- of the small amount of oil tiiil. anu. Up rather quickly hy the hoi oil nw,,',) I lM'r cent. emuUllled with making the stock emuWon jjesilame Wm. Romnni nnd Car-o- n HIm1I Minp Mr Yo hers found lure. For pump n large scale an ne of eeral oils of the rfe DavIdson. of Uncaster were the that snjr iHhrlcntlnc t)le. when thorouchty would Ih necenry, guests the past week of Mr. and The Mock emulsion eontnlns (VIM eiauline nnd tie at the dilution In jmt cent of oil. To mnke n 2 per cent Mrs. W. T. Sutton. ngiilnt illcnteil. wan itille elTei-thStsvgallon spray and Mr. and Mrs. P. .II. Word thee aeale lnecla nnd the while fly. etnuUlon Isfor use In n to use 0 gallons necenry It three ions, of Madison, spent SaturntK there pru)s hne now come Into lank of the stock emulsion. day with Mr. and Mrs. Milton Ward, lurce eotninerelal ue In Florida. 1'rccnutlon should be tnkrn to pre- nnd Mrs. C. It. Henry. The urprllng etliclency of u spray freezing, containing such n low er cent of oil vent the stock emulMon from Mr. Grover Ward, of Mississippi, n temperature .of suygented the delrabltlty of tinting which "crura nt Is visiting his parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. atmut 15 degrees F. above zero. sprays of Ihls character against the many friends Use Soft Water. Milton Ward. Hi nn Joe nciile. 'Pie iibundnnce nnd In case ilimculty Is experienced In deMrucilvenes of the scale In the mnklng a proHr emulsion, due to llentontllle vectlon of Arkansas anil water, the water Ihe delre of growers for other than hnnlnrn of the shoiiM he Miftemil by Ihe addition of exlime sulphur sprays, has offered 1 Miund of cnutle sinla or lye per l(s cellent opMirtunliy for tenting various gnllona of diluted prny. The tausttc iMtutton of engine oil uprays against In 2 or .1 he lhl hi. The eterlments were car-rli- soda should water illtsolveil added to trillion of nnd then out hy A. J. Ackerinnn, of the the spray tnnk nnd thoroughly stlrrcil ortke of decldliou fnilt Insect which the proper qunntlly of anil hue Inrludeil tests of nfler latirfcntlng im of i strength of from stock emulsion can be added. Anr one of the following, or similar per cent to I per cent or 3 oIK miiy he ued, some one or more per cent, thoroughly emulMllcd wllh he obtained In of which 'enn iliublle Mitnh HliHI mwi The results most imrts of the country: showed prMCtlenlly complete killing of the wnle liy one ItHirnucti iippllrntlon Ptamond ParaRIn OH. of lh stfay nf u olrength ns low ns I no ltr.1 Nmtral. " per cent of oil OrehurilUls have Jr. Hl Hniilna OIL Nabb CXI. I ten . p)Hinl Willi the results Hint the 2 per cent oil prny will le An oil which bus given excellent reue In thiHr present neec. sult In the exiKThucnts hcriMlth s4ty f bringing the pet tjnder subJiK'. bna iippnixltniiti ly the following Hon. cliuructcrliitlcs; Injury by Oil Spray. Ml rV uraMly O' C.) A point yet to he estiihlliilietl In lla.h ltnt u (til the nreciit etiMrliiiiiita Pin. polal C.) (Iislrr. the ii,ihly injury from oil spniy Vlkcoalty II.OslW) I!J1 Hhlrj, tt.v ,wc VaUtlllty (lo. al YO C.- -4 or frolt hw1, and Mverul hiimhh' v. hra.) etnl dlj-';SSj8SBNon. wrienee will he necemry before a ArM ur rornxttnir aubttanrra... ... pr cmii C IMatlllatlon Una I ilecltlon on Ibis lieitlon can he by vetunw In view i'f the experience In Abota KW e reucheil M r ent In I'lorttbi In spraying citrus tn-eby lum Ar. -- .iti.. .P I.alb. a ... k- - ef polmns thut thesn "ooir out Into it Ult Thyil keep "bolllnc up" until rou ile"troy Ihsnt cnmplteljr by lh no ef H. M. H.. ono r f tha most powerful known to sclrnre. H. H.H. hss nloo-- t thn of lime. Tim iwtr of Its lnrre.llents In arknnwlelnl br authentic, lit mnllcliul lnnrllnt arn Kuarsntecl to to puifljr vogotable. Itlcht off. It clfnrs thn skin of pimples, toll, blotches. bUrkheails. acne, escma. rih ami other skin frurtlons, ml lo It thorouKhlr. It ilrlvea out t ths tiWl Impurities which causo rbeumatlnm. makea thn blood rich and purobulltl up kat flcali. It helps to 'ur n'w S1 la bl..d .Im- - ono or its secrsts. mVT . h. h, is Mmt-cleanM- iti rhuck fall & S. Will Rid You of Boils, PlmpUs, Blatkhsads and Skin Eruption. A loll Is n volcano, rour tloo--t ta tft blMd-parUr- TkiH)oa, Mlsse Km(ly H. llurne ami Sallic Ihi Nnylor were dinner guests t Mks AHce Sutton .Sunday. Mr. K. T, Tbosnpisn, wh was meisengcr U attend the General n sf the II. Y. I'. U at has returned heme. Jno. ami Wm. Illanks bought a bunch f eatUe county court .. . i i c. j 'la anil lau respectively. I. Mrs, Lewis Kublmnn nnd family, Mr. Leo Ktmper and wife, of Kansas City are expected son to vWt Mr. and Mrs. 'II S. Clark. ' AH church members are especially, Invited to be prtient at the roll call, Saturday afternoon. Notwithstanding the down pour of rain a few were present to enjoy the Rood secial time. An abundant Rood tninRS to eat war n hand as forty quests were expected. Cev-Ingte- "S. S. S. fcaawa. Try ft, Is for mlc g er sixo U Uio muro eionomlcai nt McRoberts Drue Store." Creek was with the Rirl. Friday and was the Rucst of Mr. Edd Grow Friday night and Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Kdd Grow and (laugh-teFclda and neice, Miss Lucy Grow, were with .Mr nnd Mrs. W. N. Grow nt Pleasant Hill Thursdny. Mesirs. II. IE. Montgomery, L. K. Speaks and Kd Grow attended court nt Stanford Monday and bought n bunch of cattle at 0 and CVjcts. per pound. Mr. nnd Mrs. A. Howling and daughters, of Paint Lick, Mr. and Mrs. Horn! and children, of Itichmond attended services here Sunday and weru guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. S. r, Inftltlnn. - Itytn .r It ,,.,,, n.,,,,r ' i I , .J.Hti llme-.ulph- here arc dcllRhted to sec him nain. Mr. and Mrs. Hoy Prather had for their Sunday visitors Mr. and Mrs. Jim Km on and Mlis Nnylor, of Lan. caster and Mr. and .Mrs. Wm. Walker. M nit it J. I). Preiton was n recent Ruest of his cousins, Karl, Hill nnd Jay linker. He was accompanied by his Rrandmothcr, .Mrs. J. II. llaker. Miss Lucy Harris, of Stanford, il the charming visitor of Mics Carrie Maud and Ileutah Yater. Miss Kthel Hendrix, of Alabama, was their Rucit Sunday. I i , ,r ,, " MT. HEBRON esn-rltnen- In CVIMt tie .. r- fit. ki . . . ...hi. ItrW. t. n I r Ilulit the Aer Is tutu I. earlr fi for ti' the . . i !!' '''"r' ' i j u I m It ,i i..wr and n ,l( t fuiiagv i.ri j h i tltl - s is)b I COMMISSIONER'S SALE OF LAND! GAKHAIID t IIU I IT Willie Tankenley, e. al, Vs. Fannie Tankersley, now COritT PlaintilTs, Mn. Bcttle Montgomery, of quilt. The contest cloied last is with her daughter, Mn. the Friday when the girls with their It. Duncan, near Lock 8. J. mothers, teachers and others of the Mr. nnd Mrs. KrncstMontgomory neighborhood, met at the school cntertaincil Hcv. Mnnley nnd wife building and finished the quilt. Miss and Miss Lixilc Perry Sunday. I Christine Speaks got it, she having The Buckeye School will give n 17c namci. A nice lunch wna icrved Play at the ichool building here Sat- - D. tne KirU nnd a Rood time was urday evening "A Negro Minitrc!."Lnjoyci ty all. The amount everybody come. jcclved was $71.60, which will be used Mts Kmmn Holtzclaw, of Gilberts! to pay on the Piano. , Mr. Robert Baker, of Cincinnati,! Bowlins. Mrs. Bcttle Itogers, of Danville, Is the guest of Mr. K. L. Grow. Mr. Wm. Crawford, of Sulphur Mrs. J. A. Clark and Rrnnilaughtcr, Well, Is with his uncle, Mr. Chas. were guest of Mrs. W. L. Grow Saturday night and Sunday. Mr. and Duncan nl- . Mr. EJ Mn. Kugene Clark, of Boyle were Mr. Jno ii " ci .i nun""- Markibury, n cow and..10 lnvT N'aylor, of Twelve girls of Mt. ebron school calf, price f 30. A s Dean wni In Jessamine made n quilt, ench soliciting names Sunday to ecc Mr. Harvey Dean and, from their friends nt ten cents nnd embroidered them on their squares, children, who arc lick. the girl getting the most names got .U i rc-L- et Fannie Defendant. Pursuant to a Judgment rendered nt the March Term, 19i!'. the under-signe- d Commissioner will sell at public auction U the highest and bet bidder, before the Court Hitue Door in Lancatr, Ky., at II o'clock, A. M., r thrreaWuU, en Kep, ui sl MONDAY, MAY 2Snd.. 1VM, ', estate mentioned in the the pleading and 4acnbed as follows: III Oormrd County, Kentucky. Hegtnning nt the Tract Socth side of Harman's l.iek Creek, at a stone, n new corner, with the the hilt. S. 4&, K. 12 rasa J- rtl ofle-lm- lf Knot side of said rood. X. 17. W. 88 note t an elm buh in line of James Joaskson; theneo a stmiirht line oh tap f ktu if to a stone, a new earner on Up of the hit) IT; thoneo l.t mIm " V4 fiet to a stone Sonth of an sbw wint-t Uw bo- and 11 r IT ITlnnlsir. itippo"l l eoninin lu neros, S. 47, H. rMsles, S. 7S, K. psdsss. S. 75 S I. U. in notes, I 4. Kast it polox. South K. S South 30. B. Uf oak slump on the 7 nnlos to u whit li 6 i ok. pl. hIs No. 2. Keieinning at a rod ak on the nrotont lino between Rtantor nnd J. II. Tankersloy; thence runniwc Sou then acroM the ndge to a slake on tho North side of the mad running from obi Itichmond road to Pall Lick; thence along the Narth sMe of thU rond to the North gnte posts; thence 'with the present lino between Stiitall and Jnt. II. Tanker4oy to the beginning, corner, ami containing 10 acres more or Iom. The stxteon foot roadway bordering on the proiiorty is reserved according to the deed from Hvn Stignll to Jbhsoi II. Tnnkorsloy. Tract No. 3 Beginning nt two buckeye sprout at the corner of the narty of the flrst port's field; thence runninr with the fence up the hill white ak; thence eastward to around under the knob with an old path to ii white oak, corner, it being corner to the land of Jnek Davis Heirs and the party of the first part in this transaction; thoneo southward to the lino ef Davis Heirs to n hickory ami dogwood, n line uf J. K. Stigall to David Collett's line; thence with Collett's line to the beguiling, containing 20 acre more or less. Out of the above ia reserved a Hi foot scope for the benefit of J. F. StfgaH'a Heirs ns set forth in the need t sold Juntos Tnnkersley. The purpose of said sale is to the proceeds thereof among the joint owners of same. dl-ri- more or ft tract loos. r,i, ,. tr i'C tl rr B s PLANTING PEAS FOR ALL-SEASO- N SUPPLY Be Soil Prepared the (or Other Crops. Same ns Should cult about the cultivation of keep them well hoed nnd trnlneil the brush or wire trellis to keep them off tint ground After the h'iih are nil gathered the vine nnd irellU enn be removiil and Ihe ground planted to late jotiitoc. lute enhbage, aplnnch. turnips, Inte stiup lienns, or nny crop that It Is desired to grow during the last summer or fall months. Jut pro-erl- tin "latl I CoJ Fiv'p9n$ra wAlM ili-lni- h Tlr SUmlnJ Culpnwnt a. I i4 f. Some Fertilise r Should fie Scattered Where Dow Is to De Planted and Scatter Then Raked In Seed Along In Furrow, In idniitliig Burden pens II rM prepare Ihe soil Ihe Millie us for oilier crops, then acHller little fertiliser hen the r.m Is to be planted und rule Hits Into the wdt. Next stretch ueep nuiru wiiii ine U line IIIHI liuiKO corner of the h'.'. The holtom 0 this mark should he nt loost three Inches tlott the seit enn bo spread ui'rwx HufHoulmt nnd le! eniwdiil too cloey loselber. Sculler the seed In thla setila to the fool, furrow tS li then muT iiNiut tht"' Inches deep nml slightly linn the wdl over the of Ihe Iuk. Alnml seoil with the two wceka Will gclicmlly elapse Ihe sprotil Hppe4irs iiIhko the ground. Al biit three, and profenibly four pluiitlncs should be liiinle nt IntervuU of two weeks In order to keep Up n continuous supply, udvlsen the l'nlte.1 If StiileN Dcpiirttnent of Agriculture. the ltrt planting Is of Alnskn Ihe sec end shoubl be of Gnidua or TIiiii.i.ii. Luxtou, while the third should be of Kxcelslor nnd the fourth of Telephone or some similar vnrlely. Thla will guarantee n rontlnuoiii supply. OlfV There Is nothing pnrtl'-ulnrl11 11 PLACE FOR. TOMATO PLANTS The intrinsic value and enduring quality of the Special-Si- x have won for it the hearty endorsement of thousands of owners. It will win you, too, when you consider: Its comfort scat cushions of soft, genuine leather, nine inches deep, long scmi-cllipti- Somt Protection From Southwest Winds Should Bs Provided Fertilize tht Soil. ,, UM ,,HIU trees, u bill or corn afford cimm! prole lion. !. not mI the plants tm to the protecting object or they will he Injured by khude. IVrtlllze I! K4.ll. Set the pluliU deep In rows live reel iiptirt and plants two to three feet III Ihe rowa. IngN. ,..,. frll, .Select i WMJ,,M,.M fr ,,. WlN fr locnllou ymr c springs', front pnil rear. Scats five without crowding. motor, 3 tj x 5, which its power develops 50 horsepower. Remarkable for its flexibility. cute bands with approved security for the purchase price, payuble to W, II. Brown, Master Commissioner, duo in six and twelve months respectively, with Interest nt six per cent per annum from date until paid, hav-In- g the force and clrcct of a Judgment upon which execution may Issue, and n Hen will be retained upon the land until the purchase money Is paid, TKIt.MS. The sale will be made on n credit of six und twelve, months, und the purchaser will be required tu exe- lek ALFALFA Qood WITH NURSE CROPS Stand Made at Massachusetts Station Planted With Red and a Little White Clover., lowmaintcnancccostand it economy infrequent repair shop attention. il beauty body of harmonious lines built by Studcbnkcr experts, with tailored top, which holds large plate glass rear window. Touring, tt47S jeweled eight-da- y clock; rainproof windshield with windshield wiper; tonncau light with extension cord ; transmissionlock which reduces ratcof theft insurance to owner 15 to 20 percent; one key locks tool compartment in left front door, ignition switch and transmission lock. fa tqulpmtnl one-piec- ffs backiround Studcbakcr's prestige and seventy years' experience in build ing quality vehicles assures complete satisfaction. RoaJtltr, I41S '" mtk$ ' 4'Fai.RoJifr,$l4TS I. . S. tttttr jr Coup,$llS0 StJan.SJJSO G. mlsiioncr Garrard Circuit Court. B. Swinebrond, Att'y. for riff.. W. II. Brown, Master Com. A Kal fa sowed with mun and on Is, as inrjy ns the grouiid enn be worked, along wlih red eloter, and Utile white cloxcr. iniide n r(nm itand at Miiskiichusi'tts sliitlon. The nurao rop was cut rather early for cowv nnd the legumes grew-- so roiikly dtir ing the moist summer as to make n heavy cutting In September, with two ropa Ihe nert season. 11 Cardwell & Arnold ' DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. ( The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky.. Thursday May 11,1 922 IIIIIIHmHHHirHHHfWllllllllllliniWIUi I PROGRAM Classifftrf Ctlumn RATES i Finest of White Shoes FOR 5 Br JUSTIN WENTWOOD CapiiUhU for .1 I'e.ea COMMENCEMENT WEEK Hit, ! Niwtpr of LANCASTER GRADED SCHOOLS 1922 MAY 14th., to 19th Spring: nd Summer ernMe, sou. -- "lis . shameful, 4lil Mr. Ander- I told Single Insertions Ic a word No ad taken for less than 20c In this column. No ads In this column charged. Seven Insertions for the price of five. Phone orders must bo paid promptly. jDfKMKXKKlO Alt kinds of Tomato and Cabbage I. P. Thompson M The GREATEST white season in shoes is predicted. We are prepared for it with n full line of high grade and popular price WHITE SHOES. They are charmingly attractive in design ami possess the high degree of quality and fitting which discriminating women desire. Our stock includes Strap Pumps, and Oxfords, both in plain and various combination sport effects. The prices range from $2.50 to $10.00. You are cordially invited to try on these beautiful models before selecting your white shoes. MAYES-VEATCH BOOT DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. IjM SHOPPE Phone 400 Opposite Court Hoiuc. il leg IrB VaL 1 Imt lal 11 lirfe.l.t lallMl 11 MM MW IJI l.T Vm vl i Baptist Church News Our hrarti were made triad lait Sunday ai we welcomed two new members into our church fellowship. The first Sunday of the month was definitely designated as Reception Sunday for new members last fall and not a month has passed since then without new members present-Fo- r this we thank God, and acknowledge our increasing obligation to measure up to the highest notch of Church efficiency and fellowship. The Sunday School attendance was NEW 158 last Sunday. That was much BANK better than it has been the past year, but not so good as It should be. Re Louisville Financiers Organiie Joint member, folks, 200 is the goal set fori Stock Land Bank With Walter attendance, and if you are not doing j Howell, Who Has Been Pre!, your bit to reach the goal, you arc1 a slacker. Our Gpd expects us to) dent of The Federal Bank do our best. Wo can at least pray,' At Its Chief Executive as the following poem suggests: Announcement is made of the or You Can P?ay! ganizatlon in Louisville of that City's If you cannot preach a sermon, first Joint Stock Land Bank, by the You can pray! group of promlnen'. financiers who Anglo-SaxoFrench or German, own control of the Citizens Union You cart pray! National Bank, the Fidelity & Colum Men of every tribe and nation bla Trust Company and the Fourth Are In need in all creation; Street Bank, 'TIs no time for This Institution will be of the You can pray! Jgreatest Importance to farmers of If you cannot be a cache!. Kentucky and Indiana, giving to Yoa can pray! them facilities for financing their You can stand behind your preacher, farms anil farming operations which You can pray! have not heretofore existed. You can bear him up each hour The bank will have a capitalization At the throne of grace and power; of S230.000. which rnnital will nro. You can keep from getting sour vide for loans to farmers aggregating You can pray! $1,000,000 thru the sale of Joint Stock Farm Loan Bonds, such bonds If you cannot cross the ocean, to be issued under the supervision You can pray! You can show your heart's devotion, i of the Federal Government and to be tax exempt. The loan to any You can pray! farmer can be as much as $35,000. Multitudes for Christ are crying, Mr. Walter Howell, who has been Myralds of hearts are sighing, President of the FeJeral Land Bank And the heathen world It dying for District No. 4, Tennessee, KenYou can pray! tucky, In liana and Ohio, with headIf you cannot die for Jesus, quarters in Louisville, has uccepted You can pray! the position of Chief F.xecutive of From our sins His power frees us; the Louisville Joint Land Bank and You can pray I is now in Washington completing arGod designs that His salvation, rangements for the Immediate openGood for men of every station, ing of the new institution. Shall be preached to tribe and nation, The incorporators of the new Joint You can pray! Stock Land Bank are: F. M. Sackctt, If you cannot give like other, John W. Barr, - W. Botts. Henning You can pray! Chambers, Atilla Cox, S. A. Culbert-soYou can love your needy brothers, J. C. Kngelhord. W. II. Kaye, . You can pray! W. C. Montgomery, J. D. Stewart, If you pray, you'll give! I'm laying J. Itots Todd and Mr. Howell. Down a plan that leads to paying! The temporary headquarters of the If you pray you'll give, I'm saying new bank will be In the Fidelity and ou can pray! Columbia Trust Company building at J. Naver Gortner, In Exchange. Fourth und Main Streets In Louisville We will observe Mother's Day next but permanent quarters will be later Sunday morning with some special establish1 In the Inter.Southern music and a message appropriate fori Building it Fifth and Jefferson St., the day. We hope that members who which is to be the home of the Citi- may know of mothers who would zens Union National Bank and the attend the services if they had a way Fidelity tnd Columbia Trust Comto go will either bring them or notify pany. It is understood that applications the church clerk, Mr. E. C. Gaines, tr the pastor, and a way will be pro- for loans are already being made by vided for .them to come. farmers direct to the Louisville Joint There Will be no services next Sun- - Stock Land Bank. day evening at our church owing to union sen-ice- s that will be In the School auditorium. During the past week our Brother Klijah M. Walker was called home to his reward. Brother Walker's death marks the pawing of another of the fait decreasing number of Civil War veterans, and also one of the oldest members of the local Bap list inurcn. uur sympathies are extended to the sorrowing family In their loss. FARMERS I ! n, self-inflati- the cud myoclf, or then, replied her husband. Front Aiidwxou, the bunker. "Hut It's hart) to make tilm understand. You kn In always wif queer III social ways." "Thill's Jut Hie iwiliit," umwcnil hit wife. "And that's wl.nt comes of (ilk lie up social work In the stums.' If Flowcr-ltlooicould hae heard she might hare let fall the two til; tc.irs Hint trembled uihii her dnrs lanlics. Instead of winking them awnr. according to the Precepts of Women, which she had learned from her litu orutiie rather herore lie left lier, nu orphan, and she wus udnpted by the mlixlon school. Illossom was eighteen now. ami ahe had been designed for u teach er of her own rnee In Hits Mm tine land of America. That was before she met Tom Aiu'crson, frvdi fnjm college, who mennt to devote himself to nil sorts of enterprise among tin toor. He ilrlftiil Into Hie choo one day and watched Flower-ltloeteaching ot hooks nnd hangers to a score of yellow-fared- , Mark plgtallcd children from the purlieu of Chinatown. looked up at lilm mi'l can u I'liltie-- e clrl lluli! At any rnte, Honcr-lilonopretty, yellow cheek became unmistakably pinker than they lind been before. Many times after that Tom Ander son found hlm-e- lf In the tnllun. TtiiTi wa no Mr Flowcr-l'.lootn nsk htm his Intention, but then Tom was the soul of honor. It was Jtit that which so Irritated tils (Nirents. Ttiey did not approve of nny thing that was not atrlctly moral or course; Put stui, what was mir awful than Torn' announcement Hint he meant to make Flower-- lloom his Klmvprlll(Hioin who had only lirlil the hnzleit Ides of oclal conventions Ah Wing, who oli illicit soles und ilui'ks, an! strings or strnnce vege table In his big shop, waylaid Flow nt the comer of the street. "Next week I sail for home." he ssld. "I am rich. You come with me and be my honorable second wlfef Flower-Illosonhoolc her bend tol erably. She knew how hard It Mas to eradicate heathen Ideas from her own people, "A man has only one wife," she said. "I will divorce her!' Flower-lllosolaughed at him. though she felt far from laughing. Ah Wlag bad been persecuting her fur glad when ueeks past; she would Tom and she were married One day a strange woman rainr-lntthe mission school. Flower-ltlossialooking up as she bowed to the visitor, thought she looked a little bit like Tom. "I want to speak to you," said lira. Anderson. "You are the young girl who Is to marry my son next week!" Flowerlllossom humbled herself to the grouml, as If correct with one' motlier-ln-lnw- . Mr Andern sniffed. "An absolute heathen. Frank," she told her huthund ufterward. "You understuiid what this marriage "It means thut mesnst" aha utkud. Tom will be cut out of Ills father's will. He will never have a nny. He has never been taught to work. What an you going to do about 117" Flower-Hlotsolooked like a pink tul. "My father," she said softly, "was an honorable Mandarin.' said Mrs. "Oh. I dure say--r "But I'm not urv ho hliiuclf Kust Is east would have approved. and west Is west, you know." "They told me," said Flowerltlos- ihiiu, "when I went to the mission school, that all were equal In America." "Under tl.e law, yes. I'm sure I don't kuow whether you can votn or not, but I don't want you to marry Tom. For hU sake." said Mrs. An- dcrson. There were four days to the mar. riage. Tom saw Flower Wot om every evening. "I must see us much of you as I can, even though we're going to bate each other foreor after TueolHy," he mild. , "Yes," answered Monday night come. Flowcr-lllo- . som was not at the mlloti achool her; she flint night. NoImkIj- - had wn not In her room, .he had hIIpihiI awny quietly, becnuoe the Precepts of Women ay, "(!o softly when thou goett, nnd, when thou niiM wound. let thy steel he sharp nnd silent." Fur wuy en Ixmnl the liner bowed herself at Ah Wing's feel. "There Is no neel to divorce her," iie kuM huiutity. "I will he thy lion- onible second wife." about," The Board of Truttecj and Faculty of the Lancaster Graded Schools extend a cordial Invitation to attend the various programs of Commencement Week, beginning SUNDAY u EVENING, MAY 14th. and closing with THE SENIOR I'LAY FRIDAY EVENING, MAY 10th. School Auditorium BACCALAUREATE SERVICE SUNDAY Plants. FOR SALE: 20 busheli of cultl. vated Hemp Seed. W. B. Griggs, Lancaiter, R. 3 .) Office rooms loor. for rent on second Citizen National Bank. EVENING. MAY 14th., 1922 School Auditorium Eight o'clock Hymn WANTED: An International Gaso-lin- e Power Hay Baler. Write, phone (tf) or eall at this olTlce. Rev. E. II, Beurland Lord Is My Shepherd" Koichat Mist Mary Wilder, Mrs. J. W. Sweeney, Messrs. Boyd and Hay Scripture Lesion Rev. H. S. Hudson I'rayer Rev. I T. Smith Invocation at the Quartette"The Buy your Rolls, Bread and Cakes Hotel Restaurant. Baked freh every day. , , We will etchange 3 buihli of No. 2 white for 2 buiheli of corn, ol liudion li Farnau, ANNOUNCEMENTS Vocal Solo "Like as a Father I'itleth HU Children" Davhl Davis Mti Mary Wilder egi. FOR SALE: White Plymouth Rock IS for $1.00. Mrs. Roy Farther, l!..Na. 3, Buckeye pike Baccalaureate Sermon "Religien Pure and Undented Rev. Robt. S. Boyd. Pastor S. E. Presbyterian Churoh, Knnsai City, MI.ouri. Bcndtctton .. Hymn Rev. W. E. Rlx FOR SALE: Barred Plymouth Reck Eggi SOcts. for 15, for setting Mr. B. T. Lunsford, Nina, Ky (I.23."t.-pLanoatter, It. No. 1 d RECITAL BY PIANO DEPARTMENT MONDAY 10 er 15 head of cat WANTED: tie to grate. Good water and gran. Ollie Eitos, Lancaster, Route I EVENING, MAY 15th. Eight o'eUck CLASS DAY (.4.2t.) SEED CORN FOR SALE It 75 a Wuthel Test 10071 ears to bus t el TUESDAY MORNING, MAY Ten o'efook l.tS-O- Box 173. R F.D. 1, lancaiter, B. F. Kelly pd t lCt., 1922 J SENIOR CLASS 1922 President's Address Sam Elliott Clas History Jane HaieWen Piano Solo "Love's Amulet" Engelman..Judith James -- Daniels Clasi Poem I.ula Anderson Cla.s Oration . Kayo King Reading "Counting the Datsy Petal" Gox.. ..Ruth Taylor Class Grumbler La Verne Dickenon Gecll Louis Henry-Voc- Ckscken Feed, Laying Math Scratch Feed far yssung chicks, that make them grew. HarredttKir? Ice & Produce Co (5.1.-St.- ) I, TOR SALE-Pu- re bred S, C White Leghorn Eggi, 5 cents eacli. Baby Ctucki. ISHcts. each. ' Mrs. Richard Anderson, SUnferd. Ky.. R. 4. u "April Showers" Hughes Class Prophecy Class Glftorian 1 Class Will Solo Silver. .DeAa like LuW Schooler LaVeme Hicks I Feed; Ikying Math Chtcken chicks, that Scratch Feed for make them grow. Harrodiburg Ice & Produce Co ye-un- ' $1,000.09 te loan If application is made at once. Alio want ta buy second-hand safe. Lancaiter ing and Lean Association. ! Bm'd COMMENCEMENT ' THURSDAY EVENING, MAY ISUt, 1922 Eight o'clock-Invocatio- n i FOR SALEt Slut Auto 85 per cent good cheap. Eaty ttrmi to 1LI .1- -. Rev. Prlee Smith "Ebb and Flow" Oliver King Girl Gfcorui Commencement Address Berry F. Bush, Paitor 2nd. Presbyterian Church, Lexington, Ky. "O. Spring Morning" Prindle Girls Gfwrui Presentation of Diplomas Benediction Rev. W. E. Rlx Conn A Conn Carage. GRAZING: Can graze CO to 70 leatle in good blue gran and clover, running water in abundance. Call er phone Howard King, (Ml-it.- ) Bryants ville, Ky .....Dr. "AT THE END OF THE RAINBOW" Three Act Play Presented by The Class of 1922 FRIDAY EVENING, MAY 191 1022 HemitiUhing and rueotlng attac went work on any sewing macjine, eaiily adjutted. Price f 2.50 witn full instructions. Oriental Novelty Co., Box 11, Corpui Christl, Texas. (Itpd.) Eight o'clock Admlnlon Twenty-fiv- e cents. Roll of CLiis of 1922 Flouer-llloisom- Lucille Schooler Mary Clyde Hughes Bertha Belle Broaddus Irene Douglas Smith Delia Rice Hughes Flower-Itlosno- Moiie Laura Criicillls Judith James Daniels Cecil N. Henry . Laverne Hicks Lula Bswman Andersen Clast Motto: Class Colors: Franees LaVerne Dlckerssn Elsie V.Brown Jane Haselden Helen Mays Gulley Ruth Arnold Taylor Anna Faye King Allene Minnie CurU Samuel I). Coohran Paul F. Morrow Samuel C. EIHoU Noas r'euitirena Purple and While Cultipackeri, $08.00; Buggy, $90. if taken at onee; Double shovels, $ 1.00; Riding Cultivators, $25 to $50. Refrigerators, screen doors and windows, Smoothing Harrows, $12 00, corn drill, $25.00. i tw.harse J. R. Mount & Co. ! I i " LOST: Between Lancaster and Paint Lick a black shoe for left foot, has a rubber heel. Return to this oirice or notify Richard Cobb, Jr, Danville, Ky., and receive reward. (It.) GRAZING. I am prepared to graze a limited number of cows dur ing the season. Good gran and wa Iter. Price $4.00 per month. , I raone 71. I- n, I Curious Coppsr Mining. It Is said that about nine miles from Santiago d Cuba there are copper mines, having shafts from l to l.'-'fe't deep, which were regularly worked until some years ago, when they were abandoned nnd liecume tilled with water, all but Ux fist of their depth being below aeti level Hut III later yrurs copper was obtained from UiA drowned mines In mi manner. The water with which they are filled holds a consider able quantity of coftHT In solution and Hits water was pumped out Imo tanks. Scraps of Iron were then thrown Into It and the dissolved rnp- er became deposited on th Iron, When the deposit grow stjltlelcntly thick It was broken off and the Iron, was thrown back Into the water la gtber frtssli Uieniitstlou of the red Ol Clai Flowers: Purple and White Sweet Peas J. H Woods, Richmond Street. Blp Portugusst Towns. I'ortugnl contains only two. towns, UIhiii nnd ()Hirto, with populations n ecck or m,wi. Let Mder. Man wanted to work Garrard county. Prefer man, whoie wife could run hem stitching machine and keep oirice open. Will open office. Dally Thought. For thy speech be better than Information call Singer Sewing Maor tie silent. Dlonyslus the chine Co., Danville, Ky. t The Peacock, Trusts as Anelsnt at Pyramids. Like many other tli.ngs suphiikI to The common douieatlc Is a aatlve of Indlu and foylon. It was ie entirely modern, truta aru by uo regarded by lilt anclenla ns Him hi. means now feutun-- of life. They are, tribute of'jutKi. and In C'hrlstluu art tiUe.il, at least us oijclent as the pyra-nl(s u synmol of ,'he remirrectlon. In It apar tfiapstitf earliest modern simile It Is the typo of vain form of trust was the cornering of lory. In a wild slute the peueocK Is foodstuffs by monarch and their sn extremely shy bird, frequenting uents. Assyrian iiHord. 7,C) or aiostly the lower elevation and moun- ),iss) years old give account of then tain sloie. The ejcock does not woiiopoiuuc transactions hi trruo- (ileal ruli-m- . thrive In extremely cold rllmutes. s Stock Dealers We are in the market to buy or tell cattle, hogs, or sheep. Phone 53. Carrier and Brotyn. Some people by temptation. are not led astray They follow blindly. The richer a man gets the poorer he feels In hit greed for more.