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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): May 18, 1922 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1922 cen1922051801_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 18, 1922 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1922 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. THE CENTRAL RECORD. TIIIRTYITHIRD YEAR LANCASTER. KY.. THURSDAY AFTERNOON. MAY IS, 1922. DECORATION DAY TRAFFIC - NUaicR e. COMMENCEMENT NEXT SATURDAY CANTRILL ABOUT $300,000.00 by the City Council is being Crtnlrsnnn I I. Walker made a American Leflon Ask Co.opvratlon rigidly enforced in Uineaster. a Not in ninny years has more In- Second Payment of Tobacco lo b terest been taken than thi year In master stroke when he ecured the Paid That Day In order thnt the.r plan for deco- many cnn testify who violated It hist spsslon serrhfe of Congretnan J. C. Cnn-- ! rating en Sunday, May 28th., the Monday the dosing of the lJ2l-U2- 2 ,nnd were subsequently trill, of the Seventh District to ad- - graves of all soldier buried in Gar- escorted before Judge Robert of the ljnratT High School ami MANY THOUSAND EXPCCTCD l, .ire with it close mark the first jmr the tttbaeeo growers of (Jar-- i rard County may be carried out fully by C'.ief Hrntton, the offender. of Prof. the supenntendewy In practically every county in the rani county next Saturday afternoon and successfully the Heidal Sanford having driven to the left, when 1 No better speaker Paul llo.. That it ha i been a Hurley district next Saturday there at :J0 o'clock. the public square, when Post of the American Legion invites one goes without saying, ami will be n big celebration and Jollillca-Ho- n could have been found in Kentucky and urgently requests the niitnnce the ordinance says plainly that you irrntifi-catio- n it will ! a otiree nf much over the o'coml payment of than Mr. Catitrill and no one better and of all citizen of must drive to the right. The writer l friend ami patron of the money on their crops to the growers posted upon the tobneco situation In Lincaster nnd (iarrard County. It of this article caught it to the tune school, to know that Mr. Iloyd ami who belong to the association ami the United States than he. We preis especially dcxired that fraternal, of Sn.OO for Its violation and he is his able rnrp of assistants hnvr been (Sarranl county will be on exception dict that the large court room will be benevolent and civic orders will give now wearing a string tightly drawn anreappointed by the trutee to thi rule. Elaborate plan. Hri '"" taxed to its capacity, by the growers otflcitil recognition to Ihi day and around the Index finger of hi right - hoped that ing made to entertain several thous- of (Jar run! county, who wilt assemble to the purpose of the Legion to see hand, to remind him that he should ar ami it I to Inother all will agree to return. and growers together with liter fam- here next Saturday to receive their that the grave. of our soldier dead not tie it ngain, and he doesn't think payment of are decorated fittingly nt this) time. The first program of the week in- ilies in Lancaster next Saturday, checks on the second he will. About fifteen persons were cident to the closing of the chool May SHth., in honor of this great their tobacco and to be treated to The committee representing the brought before Judge Kinnalrd and a plendid address by the distinguishwai the baefalaureate service l.nt pvenL Legion to make arrangements for the fined for the same olfene, many of ed congressman. .Sunday evening at the School Audibeing rapklly Preparations are decorating, etc., is: Thoma K. Price them country people, who were not tor urn, whieh was aekel and Jamfor an old fahian barbecue, The and Rev. W. P. Rogers, at Paint Lick, familiar with the ordinance. med, many being unable to obtain with burgoo in abundance, which will thot Andy Crouchorn and Fred Sutton nt only one from the country ndm.ttanre ami were farted tt re- be served from the Park in the pub-li- e liryantawlte and Robert Meadow, escnpel was Col. W. T. King and his turn their Iuhho. The sixteen LEAF POOL Curtt Sanford, Hrewer Layton and old grey mare, neither of whom hap- square. c rl graduate never looked wore pened to be in Ijincaster last Mon The manner of making the payRobert Hay. at beautiful, nor the four boys hand- ment of the second dividend to the Tobacco Brings d All interested in seeing that Deco- day. Later, however, Judge somer, lhan on this evening, a thy .grower has been worked out in every felt that the crime was not comration Day is properly observed in $20 as Compared to Indemarried down the ile to take thoir detail by the county chairman. Judge flarrard County are requested to see mensurate with the punishment, and position near the Have. They were L. I.. Walker and on this poe he has pendent Sales at $111.21 me member of this committee and remitted the cost in each case, leav preceded by the trus.ee. Mpri. announced his phtn of payment, to let him know what Hewer they ing the offender to pay only 31.00. and (irower of Garrard county are reFrankfort, Ky., May 1C A report pan Thompson. Hughe, Carrier furnih. Ilruwn The invocation wn wild by quested to remember that the checks made here today by W. C. Ilannn, BABY Representatives of EVERY organiHev E II. Hourtand. fallow el by a for their second payment, require Commissioner of Agriculture, how zation in Carrard County are urgentTobacquartrttp- - "The Lord I My Shep- Jthat they write their post office ad- - that the Hurley Forward to With ly requested to meet at the I. O. (). F. Looked ang by Mi Mary Wilder, Idrexes as welt a their names on tht' co Marketing Association received Hall herd" promptly nt 7 o'clock Monday Interest Mr, J W Sweeney and Mtsr. Iloyd ' back of their check and that checks a materially higher average price for night, May --"Jnd.. 1J'J2 for the e and Ha. The scripture smh wai which have not tht Information on its tobarro than did the owners of the of making out the program. Minor detail for Haby Week ure y read by Hev. Hudson and prayer by them cannot be cashed at the bank burley tobacco that was .dd being rapidly worked out nnd what vd and will not be honored by the As Rev Smith The next wan a promises to be a Red Letter day in The report i for If'-- tobacco sold beautifully rendered by Mis Mary soeiatlott until the information n rein Lancaster, will be June 1st., the W lder up to March 1st., about the time that jury is furnihed. To Meet at Crah Orchard opening of the event which will last yrrmmn wat de-- l The Harralaurttte Growers are requeued to bring the independent loose leaf houes for three days. Every mother in Springs The figure en the tered by Hev Hobt. S Kurd. Pas-- f their participation certifieato. more were closed. Garrard county will be glad to bring S. K. Prebytertan church, as a matter of Identification than for pooled 20,071,465 tobacco were r of the meeting her baby to Lancaster and receive The annual IMiunds for IS,'J'.'&,'.M.St, or an avKansas City, being a brother of I'rof. any other reason. of the Kentucky Pre Aociation one of the certificates, which will be Iloyd. Hit theme, "Itrligson Pure Four places have been designated erage price of J'JO per hundred will be held at Crab Orchard Springs awarded to every baby attending. i A contract shewn by and I'ndcfllcd" wai our nf the belt where the checks will be iued: pounds. on June -- 'J, HO and July 1st., it was The filling of the various committees wp have ever heard, holding the close independent The with names beginning with A comparing the'J. 837,0 18 poundfigures, decided at a committee meeting In has not been completed, but will be audtenee dur to K inclusive, will receive their which were t for Danville last Friday. Pineville, How- ready for attention of the announcement in the next ing it entire delivery. checks at the county court room; $10.588,57y.l(i, or an average of ling Green, Shakertown and West isue of the Record. Monday evening raw the audita, thoe names from F to L inclusive, $21.'J4. Haden Spring were among the other Approximately 40.000.00U pounds places extending an r um again filled, all eager to hear al the Tax Commissioner's otfice; invitation to the the recital by the piano department, from M to S on the front perch of of the association tobacco has been State editors, but the committee deunder the supervision of Mri. Mae the court house and those names marketed since March 1st., according cided in favor of Crab Orchard on Commerce Notes Hughe Noland. Thit preved an- from T to Z wilt be paid at the to Mr. Hnnnn, at price "well above" account of its location and ideal acAt the regular meeting of the those obtained for tobacco Indepen- commodations for a meeting of this other ver)' delightful occasion and Police Court room. Chamber of Commerce Friday night, dently old. had we space ami word to express kind. The committee was composed Woods, of Richmond, now Future reports jnade by the Com- of It, we should like to give more deOffice ' .... I l .u.. i It Mers. I S. Fitzhugh. of i a norma uousht, ntiuri'uvu mc uuui' thpsp talented young piamttt. Agriculture will not Inmissioner of tail of D. M. Hutton, of Harrodsburg, i ence describing the beneficial pub clude the tobacco old by the Co- and J. Curtis Alcock, of this city. Thote taking part in the evening prowhich this town would derive gram were; Miea Kaye King, All of the checks could be mailed operative Association, it was said, The program committee, composed Ilicity a cluster of electric lights Dirkerson, Margaret Klllott to each tobacco grower who is a mem becaue it is not sold at auction. of the above named gentlemen, and placed on either the water tower or Marie Cotton, Nancy Thomas Lear, Mr, Keen Johnson, of Lawreticeburg, court house. He said he had ber of the association if the aoci Elsie Brown, Ann Kvaree Ijyton. Tobacco Notice will meet next week and make fur ation hail the correct Post Otfice upon five municipalities thru Johnetta Sander, Josephine Haney, One of the objects in making Checks will be delivered in Lan- ther arrangements for the meeting. their Chamber of Commerce to adopt GeorgetU Walker, Martha Francis the delivery at the County Seat of caster for all tobacco grown in this idea. Cotton, Mattle Mae Hubble, Lena each county is to get the correct Pot (arrard County regardless of where I A speclnl committee consisting of llenry Shirley Denny, Virginia have Otfice addre of each member. It Is it was delivered. We must Stormes, Mayor John The Central Record can boast with Chairman Marguerite Thompson, Marie therefore highly important that each the correct name and post otfice pride of the best corp of correspon- Champ, Dr. J. H. Kinnalrd, W. A. Engle, KUIe Hatlleld and Messrs. man shall give his correct post otfice of each grower before we can dents of any weekly In the state. Farnau and John M. Farra, paid a Huger Hourland and Harold Tiniley. addre. . deliver the check. If poslble each This issue is brimming full of news visit to the fiscal court when in sesClass Day exercis which are alWhere a person lives on the Rural grower must come in person for his from different section of the coun- sion Saturday, May (3th., and reways Interesting, brought out a good Route and has not n box of hi own, check and bring hi certificate. If ty, gathered by our pen pushers of quested that the first Garrard County crowd lat Tueiday morning and en he should get the written consent of he cannot come he must .ond a writtertained the audience delightfully his neighbor to place hi mail In his ten order directed to me and signed whom we are proud indeed. Paint improvement on the proposed Dixie Lick and Hryantsville are sending in Air Line route involve that section Sam Klliott at presi- box, and when you give your post for one hour. with his correct name and post otfice dent, never teemed more at ease in otfice addre. when you gel your address, and ato end his certificate several columns of good live news, of the highway from the Lincoln and will be read with Interet by the county line north to Marksbury. introducing the speakers. The class check, Saturday, you should give the with the order, but the order mut history, by Miss Jane Haselden, was name of a person in whose care you be on a separate sheet of paper. If reader of this paper. AH we ask City Attorney Kautfmatt was quoted line; Miss Judith James Daniels de want your mail sent. In the event the certificate contains two or more I that their copy reach this otfice as having taken up the matter of by Tuesday morning, which insures securing State aid for that portion lighted the audience with a piano you haven't a box of your own. name. we must have the names and insertion and good position. of the highway within the corporate solo; the Class Poem, by Mis Lula It I best for each to get a box of post otfice address of each party. limits of Utncaster. Anderson, the Oration ,by Miss Faye his own. The next and last check Checks will be given out at the The new nuto bus service starting Sold Kng, the reading by Ml Ituth Tay will doubtle. be sent by mail, and Court House Saturday morning, May May 20th., will use this entire highbr, the Grumbler, by Miss LaWrne if you do not give your correct post JOtli.. lli'JL'. nt 1' o'clock. It is imTwenty-on- e of the best cattle that way in Garrard County, as their terDfckerson, the Class Will, by Cecil otfice uddre. your lat check may be portant to give the correct po.t of- ?as left the county recently, wa sold minus beginning Saturday next will Henry, the Vocal Solo, by Mis Delia miscarried and you will have trouble fice address as your next check muy by Rice and Son last week to T. be Crab Orchard by way of Stanford. Hlce Hughes, the Class Prophecy, by In getting it. be mailed to you and you want to be Hunton and Hrandenburg of Madison, The large warehouse on Stanford Miss Lucille Schooler and the Gif- for immediate delivery. The bunch i The Association also publishing a certain to get it. street ha been placed at the disposal torian, by Ml LaVernv Hicks, were monthly magazine, starting in May, L. L.WALKER. Chairman. averaged 1,430 pounds and brought of the Garrard county churches who all well rendered and received hearty which will be sent each member free $7.35 a hundred. They were fed on contemplate holding a series of reapplause. Rice and Son on the of charge and unle you give your Notes the farm of Messrs.ensilage, corn and vival meetings during the coming Public n The commencement exercises Iluckeye road, post otfice addre. correctly you will Fall. This immene building will SMELL! STOP I LOOK! promptly at eight o'clock to- miss this magazine. If you do not cotton seed meal and were well seat several thousand people and it is night The address to the graduates get your tobacco magazine you fatted. They were shipped to the lemarkable that a human voice can The time of year i here when Jersey City will bo delivered by Dr. Uerry F. should write the Hurley Tobacco market. be heard the entire lentgh without every person In Lancaster and GarHush, of Lexington, the prestatAssociation, at Lexing- rard County should be on the look-oany extra eirort on the part of the ions of the diplomas following. Royally ton, Ky., at once und give your cor- for anything that may endanger his speaker. The chief event of the entire week rect post otfice addres, and tell them Mr. Henry Cox, who represents E. The business men's committee exor her health or the health of their Is centered on the senior play, which where to send your paper. In the family. Springs ami wells from F. Speurs and Son in Gurrard coun- pressed their determination to otfer will be at the auditorium tomorrow, event you should change your post tl II...... I I miii'ii night. The title of the otfice address it Is very important ...I.I..U ni uriiiit uix vaii) puiiuii'ii ty, was a guest of the firm at their some sort of hospitality on Muy 20th, (Friday) arid most of them are always polluted. home in Hourbon county last Friday when many hundred people are explay, "At The End of The Rainbow" that you notify the Association at night, where he, together with about pected in town to secure the second is In three acts, and we predict that once of the change and the correct Examine your cistern to see if there ure any cracks in the wall. Notice if thirty other representatives of the payment on their PJ21 Hurley crop. will be at a premium, if one address of your new residence. eats A number of members attended there is any poible chance for drain. firm were royally entertained, Mr. should bo a little late. Admission L. L. WALKF.R, Chairman age from privies, cess pool. or baru Cox reports a delightful time. the meeting and all expressed their to the play wilt bo 25 cents. (iarrurd County. belief that there was plenty to be that may get Into your drinking waA man is as old us he feels, but done In the community for the better. Picnic parties should be very' often not as young as he acts. Den Foxes Visitor terment of the residents, although careful about the water they drink While returning from the river Lancaster was honored with the while on picnic trips. To combat the robbery of Frank- there are still uncollected dues from evening between Cook'. presence of Mr. Hub Muir, for a few Monday Keep your screens mended and lin, Tenn. residences, members of a number who signed pledges a year Uranch and the old Danville pike G. hours Tuesday afternoon. Mr. Muir your premise clean that the house thf American Legion have formed a ago but fail to realize that the com A. Abbott came upon three little red i the most popular und best known fly may not contaminate your food. vigilante committee. They have munity in order to develop and exfoxes posing on the edge of their engineer on the Southern Railway pand requires any time or effort on Let this be everybody's slogan: captured three burglars thus far. den. their part. It is to be hoped that and a more efficient one never pullEat nothing, drink nothing that Following indorsement Chickens, turkeys and rabbits were ed a throttle. It was his first trip you do not know to be absolutely of the these "conscientious objectors" will movement by an American Legion realize that any criticism they may trewn about over the matted grass. tu Lancaster and we hope he was clean. J. E. Edwards, M. D., The farmers around were all "post-ed- " pleased enough to make his future Garrard County Health Officer. post at Schenectady, N. Y., which make with reference to their town is a "disabled a criticism of them and not the town. but evidently this litle family visits more frequent. termed the There wilt be a Pie Supper at veteran of the world war," service doe not believe In signs for they FOR SALE FOR SALE Extra good sanitary PRIVATELY: My Mason School Saturday evening. May men of the Empire State have congave evidence of being successful L'Oth., Mrs. Jas, W. Smith. to benefit Marksbury ball tributed a large sum to the Wood-ro- cowch.. hunters. Abbott was after arrow household furniture, Mrs. J. D. Prather. team. Everyone Invited. Wilson foundation. (tf.) head. , Kin-nnlnun-ilrr : sue-critfI TO SPEAK. Graves of All Soldier.- Hurled Ilnsinoss Mon nnd Citizens of ORDINANCE To he Paid Tohacco Growers In Garrard County to he Lancaster Will Kntertnln Here Saturdny Closing of Lancaster Graded Woll Known l'ont?re...mnii to HlKidly Knforccd Results in of Tobacco Grower Decorated Sunday, Ad tiros Growers Next And HiKli School Knds Garrard county has about 1,400 Many Fjnes members in the Tobacco Growers' County May 28th. Garrnrd Saturday One of Itx HuJt Vonw The traffic ordinance recently Association and they , WEEK lied witl receive approximately $300,000 here next Saturday, when the second distribution of money is made by the Association. Every grower will be paid in the county in which he reside and not In the county In which he delivered his tobacco. All the tobacco which was raised in Garrard county will be paid for in Lancaster. Chairman Walker has ar- fr eon-chid- e! HIGH AVERAGE PAID Kin-nair- ranged every detail as to the distribution of the checks and n committee of merchants of the city have completed final arrangements for the entertainment of the vast crowd that will be here Saturday. No automobiles will be allowed on the public square that day, ns the entire square will be utilized in taking care of the crowd. Every farmer In the county, regardless of whether he Is a member of the association or not, together with his family, is expected and invited to be present on that day, The luncheon will be served from the park and ample provision ha been made, so that every one of the thousands that is expected shall be bounteously served. WEEK Tobacco Notice The checks for the tobacco money will be delivered at the Court Houe on Saturday, May 20th, 1922, beginning at 8 o'clock. Name beginning with A to E Inclusive, the checks will be delivered nt the Sheriffs Otrice; from F to L at the Tax Commissioner's Otrice; from M to S at County Attorney's Office; from T to Z at '.he Police Court Room. All precinct chairman nnd tobacco workers for new contracts will meet In the Circuit Court Room at ten o'clock, A. M. Uring your certificate and correct Post Office address. L. L. WALKER. Chairman. pur-pos- mde-petitl- M STATE EDITORS Delightful Day A most Chamber of en at the delightful affair was givhome of Mr .and Mrs. Cron-le- y ' Post lex-may- Wil-mor- e, l. Address Important pre-'vail- s. Hardwick, near Judson Sunday, in honor of the charming bride and groom, Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Murphy. A jolly time was spent by all. Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Matthews, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Simpson, Mr. and Mrs. Hill Matthews, Mr. and, Mrs. Jim Mathews and daughters, Sinnie, Elizabeth and Elsa B.. Murphy, Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Frank Hardwick and daughters, Mrs. Patsy Simpson, mother of the hostess and Mrs. Cronley Hardwick. Our Correspondents Christian Church Notes Dr. W. C. Bower, Dean of the College of the Bible, Lexington will ad-dr- Fat Cattle be-K- Health Entertainen speak at the Christian Church next Sunday morning and evening. Mr. Bower is an expert in Religious Education. He has written a valuable book on the Religious Survey and is a member of the International Sunday School Lesson Committee and has recently been made chairman of a special committee having in charge the construction of the International Curriculum of Religious Education. Mr. Power will speak at the morning hour on the "Present Program of the College of the Bible." In the evening his subject will be the "Religious Choice of a Vocation." The religious part of his talk will have to do with the choice and not necessarily with the vocation. In other words he would like to speak to the young people on the subject of a life's calling or vocation, be that vocation farming, merchandising, law, medicine or any other thing. This subject ought to be of special Interest to our large class of High School graduates as well as many others. All the young people of the town and county and their fathers and mothers are urged to hear Mr. How. er next Sunday evening. The Disciple of Christ have beer, called on to observe the week, May 1 as Special Titho Week. All members of the brotherhood are asked to tithe this week even If they do not tithe all the time and to bring the. special tithe to the churches next Sunday. This special call is to meet a possible deficit at the close of the missionary year, which close comes June 30th. For the last several month money has been rather tight. The missionary organization! have suffered accordingly. The local has been asked to answer this special call and all members are urged to bring their tithes next Sun day morning. 11-2- of Honored Duty calls, but inclination shout. Don't kick over the traces until you know what I on the other side. The Central Record. Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, May 18, 1922 American Legion News BEET IS CONSIDERED 444 cigarettes A year ago almost unknown OBLIGING VEGETABLE Three famous old square o( Ilo- ton, named for Revolutionary heroei, have been rennmet! after men killed j have bren rencraeil nfter men killed Docs Not Require as Rich Soil as In the World wnr, during exercise' Some Others. of the American t.eirlon to com- -' mcmoratc the ride of Paul Revere. One now bear the name of uabrlel It Will Alco Flourish In Light and Sandy Coils To, Uo Itt nit Kowane. i D Today a leader 41 am i Senator Itorah, ((Rep.) Idaho, wan "novel here" accused of posing a and of uttering a "willful and deliberate falsehood" by Representative Hamilton Fish, (Rep.) N. Y.. In a meeting of an American Legion post In Washington. Rep. Fish referrel, he said, to Mr. Hornh' statement that member of the Senate and Con grcs were attempting to purchase their election by voting for adjusted compensation. 11 Crop Sheuld Net Have Any Fresh Manure Applied. 11 elco Pieratt SERVICE CALL The lieel I Ir.osl obliging vege-talrIn tliut it iloe not require at Mill in yield generously in some ther. It will nImi Hourisli in tighter utHl sandier s"il limn some u( Itie stum hi not Iiuvo Tlie riHit i . any fresj manure u tlie mi4I in do It best I'tit nnly well ileewynl nutnure or te nii n-i- l.-- emniot. Kurly Lights Over Fourteen Hundred Thousand in use. green, the beets are most valuel ,as roots Im'IUS more esteemed H"-i- Wlnnctaka .exclusive suburb of early crop of bee: for grevn they Chicago, hai turned the village jail tmiy he sturtcsl in the house at easily Into a garage for bicycle, and one as li'ttnre. hut euro nmt he taken In of the cells is for rent. The elfmina-- 1 tlon of crime Is credited to the local American Legion post which formed a volunteer police force of "0 men Inter In the and winter. It it l or ei-- In the fil l desired to get an A sweeping verdict for QUALITY Kentucky Crop And Live Stock Report The condition of Kentucky' wheat crop indicates n probable production of about 8,3.10,000 bushel thi tea-iocompared to 0,340,000 bushels finally produced last year, according to the May crop report for Kentucky, issued today by the U. S. Uurcau of Markets and Crop Estimates in co -n, operation with State Commissioner of Agriculture W. C. Hanna. Probable production of rye. for grain is estimated nt 230,000 bushels compared to 180,000 bushel last ; and hay of all kinds about 1,271,000 tons tons compared to 1,127,000 grown last year. Actual production thi season may prove greater or less depending on than these estimate are particularly whether condition until favorable or unfavorable threshing and hay harvest. Wheat and rye came through the winter in excellent condition In most counties but farmer In some of the wheat growing counties report that wheat has been injured some by the this wet weather and late frost spring. Kentucky's wheat acreage left for harvest now is estimated at 050,000 acre compared to 034,000 acre finally harvested last year. Condition May 1st. this year was 95 per cent of normal, compared to 93 per cent May 1st., last year, and n average of 87 on May ft. Rye condition May 1st. was 95 per! cent of normal, compared to a average of 90 per cent May 1st. The recent rains and cool weather were general practically throughout Kentucky, to that plowing was only 00 per cent done by Ma-- . 1st., compared to 09 per cent usually done by May 1st. Fifty per cent of spring planting was done by May 1st., compared to 14 per cent usually finished by May 1st. Condition of pasture May 1st., wa 90 compared to n average of 85. Seventeen per cent of last year' hay cron (or 192 000 tons) itill wa on farms tn Ken- -' yt-ar10-ye- ar ar Kentucky's Dead should hide On the ground that "our greatest heroes probably are obscure soldiers whose name nnd deed are unknown," the American Legion of tucky May 1, 1922, compared to Ohio hat declined to comply with Gov. Davis' request that it name the about 321,000 tons May 1, 1921. Live stock lose during the winter state' greatest hero. were unusually light, except in some A woman's shovel brigade will be section and the spring condition of stock in general is above average. mustered into service at liartlesville, Losses from each 1,000 head during Oklu., on Memorial Day. Women of the winter and spring, a reported by the American Legion auxiliary wi farmer, were: Horses nnd mule 15, themselves turn the sod and plant cattle 20, heep 35; lambs 52, swine 1,500 young trees dedicated to world 35. The nverage losses during the war soldiers. last ten years have been: Horse nnd One should eat snails to grow thin. mules 19, cattle 33, sheep 50, Iamb Dean Ayer, of Akron University gave 72 and swine 02. the anti-fe- d remtsly to an American Legion post, saying ."Follow the English custom, starting the meal In Glory Live with some juicy, squashy snail ami back to Cod. What Cone tomb you won't want anything more for 1 tHsaaAsSlaaaaaaatBaaaaaai There is a satisfied user near you. K?Saaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa aaaaaataaaaaaaamaaaaPJesaWaaaaE Thos. S. I F0RDELC04 LIGHT MR. (ROBERTiiLONG, JR. BUCKEYE, KY. s'oung Oeete. transplanting not to break the tap If sunn- - ef them are wanted fur rout, ltnukin-,- ' the tap root In transplanting lend to launching or knotty roots when they mature. riMit thi- - Phone 33B-- B n week. The martyr souls, the sacriHed? For us, that light forever dwell. For home, met Fate mid hideous hell. On land, In air, on water wide, Where rolled the Teuton awful tide; That Christian nations might abide In love and peace on duty fell, Gone back to God. O i Consolidation of all world war organization in Canada is being urged by Field Marshal Karl Halg, the American Legion ha been Informal Service men of the llritih Kmpire have been so consolidated, Karl Haig reports. To provide their community poor Mother mine, thy heart has sighed with garden truck during the sumIn memory' shrine thy tear has mer ,the American Legion at Nashdried; ville, Tenn., will operate a live-acstnrllt-lan- d From where anthems, garden plot, the war veterans workswell ing the land themselves in their An angel soldier' clear note tell spare moment. Of love anil peace thy son who died Gone back to God. The whole Kast coast hoard the James Rlythe Henderson. bride promise to "love, honor and Never rush into an argument with obey," when Ml Sarah Cockefaire, out first counting the cost of defeat. nurse, and A. I. Schlafke, both of Brooklyn, were married In an airThe fellow who doesn't care to be plane flying over New York. The considered a nincompoop shouldn't plane was equipped with a radio permit himself to become one. broad-casteThe couple then llew to the Amerlcun Legion's mountain WHAT ONE MOTHER DOES Mrs. P. Bennett. 7 Wawayanda resort at Lake Tupper for their Place. Middletown, N. YH writes: "I ' have given Foley's Honey and Tar to my little boy, and cannot recommend Five hundred armed Amuriean it too highly as I think it is the only Legion men parolled the Fort Worth, medicine for coughs and colds." Fine for croup and whooping cough, as Tex., Hood urea during the disaster well as cough and colds. Contains no in which 59 inhabitant lost their! opiate:, live. The men responded to the McROBERTS DRUG STORE mayor's call to prevent looting ami u. in rescue work. re r. 1 i An Cel Mystery. Ilnw the hah j- eel nktoh pth up Tobacco. llw rter feosn thetr Mrthttlaee In the The l. ) ! iiii'is lutwtoo k.'on tlie w.irl.l Is t r.xlureil In a leiirln area depth nf I to- - wmn etrrVMitrnt h near lie- - urerii of 'un hWIi fall itf the ItftHw dihI esitt aara Is i i ire llmo te.it Urtle Htuare, falls Is a M"le vhnrr ka M, far The In e nrumntlt- - tohnerM grstwn there l iwwkere else, tlrMik ran te Kuil'e Trut tiy OfdtJil. Trial by nntral IM mist w Dams Are British Montiment. t fwirta f J.r.n If a takes place WM(e the Nile I. the nur e of all III m ImhoIi,4. all lb serwitits are life In Kgjpt. It in ul the mmrr of a to nrlte a wor.l lth jgrent ilaliger If I he IIinmI fulls to the same i.rns i The mn-U-up-l- il 'reiirh a eertalM 4nl fmnlnv to Mm If. w.fcr.ps In the If It passe Kltolhi-- r aint ttle rueMtry "f "e lile..tfiaj.ti written. Trne- DRAIN MUCK AND PEAT LAND I ,Im) nilHeil hy HimmIs lf.lt ai. i olth-1(, ia a . if e of fort of ipreataMMS Hint nt- Art Should First D Drained b nllill there . ,, m... ..iiM only ,dli I., water one .ir t' e ,frVirt. lftrn Syetem of Open Ditches to Per. tMilld i few to Allah :ha s f n . .i . iike .itittf w,ty mlt Land to Settle. for the hest if ur t r .!.. re v.i a nr' it. . ...i.,, i, at n ,.Tfl,ti. ,., ,,,, Ml "h'a Ill- r,. I, ,. liortiue f w itpr i it j i,,,. When murk ami land I tn l w '. will Itrltatii .ii' , I, .o.usetl persons i' ,! w,t, it drained hy tile the area should first Ik WOIiiler'lll sid'ei ' In JaM. tt" drained hy a sjstetu of open ditches aeeordlng to the bureau of puhlb r - really n fruit which Is the reason why beet, no matter how thin ly the ffnis to e sown, cotae up thickly. The crop sometime - not flourish ilIt should to produce a luxuriant crip nf greens. Shal low plnntlng usually I the main Irmitili'. They should he planted an Inrh deep and eten an Inch nn a half light and snndy. If the soil I IIe-- t may ho idanted between rows of com and leld iieetfiitly as they will do better for the shade In nnd do not take enough f""d from the soil to lntcrre with the corn. The omihlnatlon of n and a fast. grow lag . rop In the garden It a good one to keep In mind, because they ean Usually he companion crops without htinu tn either, the taking the nourishment from the soil slowly and In such small quantity the fast growers ant not Kuril heet "seed" -- I nintiilnlnc rural seed, el !! The foriwi phrase Ttiere -- as Oandy. ti a i etui Is was IV lleix-the Mow ci M i v in No Such Luck. tk thing wKhout say-- i rei4e had HlMlelit elMrtlch to . i Praise of the Pitiful. Is no surer wnjr of steadfast peace In this world than the artlm fierctse of pity; no Iwpiilrr teojper of ttilrd kimI work than the lowly watrh-In- i that to see If we can lessen any misery Is nroHnil us. Krum-lI'aci't. s And Ami iiee Then Mies. another f the ronntry re.-hithat will eimtit hefofe It shone.- - I'rovMrivce Trlh- - r de r lu r.l. ttM-f- J rrii rr "''" - , i . et ' ,.,,1 i'i ,iu settle or suit Ide eMisldernbly after itrHliHige ai tend to dlsturh the graile or slope t he tile line. After tnh soil ha eHi ilinlms! for a eur or so they he .Sm-- "miK.rnlteil Slates grlrultnre. it ! I I i I Make Summer Pleasant Befrig'erators' Everybotly knows that they prevent footl from spoiling and pay for themselves ninny times over. We will sell you a hitfh yrado onu for luss money. Installation of tile drain. INuully t'.e Two disastrous fire which almost IhoIIiimI, iih the luiriliil. I ti wiped out the town of St. Itcgi, N. let the iliU'ho where the tile Is t i he llg Y.t have caned the American Legion laid later, and ifter the tile I Itt .1 I!) of that place to form a volunteer and the .Hull Imt-- Hll.il there will he unit. The Legion also, nothing to Interfere with etlltlvatloti, ha organized the older men into a, bucket brigade. NUMBER OF CATTLE TESTED , ' g rmme( elit.ltKli to permit thi Are You Feeding O 5 ! I I Oil Burners that I I ! III Unique among the Sunday school' More Than 2,000.000 Animals No Under Supervision In Tuberculosis cIuMe of the country is the one at ' Eradication Work. (!) '.Milford, Tux., which has n member-- 1 ship of all American Legion men,! The total number of mtile mm-- un.who formerly had no religious nirill- -' der kilporvlstou In the tuherculosis is undunomlna- ations. The chi work holnc eariied on In tional. of I)eHtrtllient the I'lilliil wllh tin Agriculture In murk, First Sleeping. Car Berth. tnte ha mihI the Ci4Mi In l.S.Vt, .elm luieiiteil a the total fur l ihruary being l'.trj7 III; leepliig-eiihortli ami sold his Invenmi. During that mouth .ii;eil intllr tion to tieorge ,M. I'Hllioau for ?l.i). were tested. hrlllKlllg the total of eilt Mr I'lillman pufeeled llw Inientloii tie once tested up to l.lSI'lrt, ami Slid Mr. VMi aflerwurtt inallllfaetured the total of those n fully iircn-illlii- l wir spring seal. huptd)iii4 the entire) herds to 'JSCTHJ. There are now Mil I'Ulllotlll senile on the w ulllng list. On j S'.il nittle fanners Murch 1. mre than and breeders had ueereillted henls Enough Whites? About one out of ten poultry raisers feeds a ration properly balanced for crk production. The common mistake is fecdinc too much material and failing to feed for whites. Grains alone make lots of yolks but few whites. yolk-makini: Slls "!.() Y) Purina Chows Balance Purina Chicken Chowder and Purina Hen Chow, fed in equal parts by weight, balance the whites and yolks by supplying an equal number of each. They make hens lay to the limit of their capacity. Purina Chows no guess woik, no trouble and uncertainty of miilng. Feed torn Cbowa and keep the egg basket full. X r 'i CHOWDER . 5 1 1 IntwiiuiMU P BED OF MUSHROOMS WILL PAY tie--Ijj- ht a Housewives know they are a source of to women who tire of the excessive heat of the kitchen. You can et one of Jhe host for a very low price. Anything you want in hardware, ami you never pay a penny more than its actual value. i, 1 1 MOTHERS" llv. Md !i teller By 1 Tor Thrsa Necessary That Precautions Oe Taken In Planting Spawn Drlcki In Proper Manner, Mushroom growing will iy anyone ho taken the neeessary precautions 1 plnntlng the spawn brick In the r iimnner. say the vegetable crop xjirta lit Iowa .Stute rollege. In or tor to do the best the bricks should ' e planted In u eue or cellar where F. run ' ti'inivriiturv of W) degree maintained, Make u bed nf fer .t nted horse manure 'and plant the ricks eontulrliig the spawn iilxuit a He sure that the spawn Mt npirt rick were uhtnlned from n retiutahle sveoauiun or irouuiv muv risuii PURINA i iHENCHOW'! uoum nm I 1 eKfiflSB. 1 I IS ISIUHUM Gltaratlan& Child Birth tave time and liouble Using Becker &, BRYANTSVILLE, KENTUCKY. Ballard For Sale by .V '. eat e llt.U iiim. soaiiti u 'iritu Su juici Co.. Dirt. McROBERTS aotsiisooe t-- Atusie. uei mi HUDSON & FARNAU, Lancaster, Ky. DRUG STORE BECKER & BALLARD, Bryantsville, Ky i J- - The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky.. Thursday May 18, 1922 PEERING BINDER AND I j BR Y ANTS VI LLE From Ml NEWS Cnpltol 'Latest Happenings (Iy Garrard's West Knd Mnymc Lee llnllard) Be PICTURE erf HEAL1 MOWER REPAIRS ho ready. See u now for the repairs you will need, and Wo sell The Brown Manlev CULTIVATORS and the GENUINE MALTA DOUBLE SHOVEL. Yon are taking no chances when on buy these good implements they give satisfaction, and cost no more than others. Mr N. T. Grow wm In Lexington; on butlncM Snumlny. Thurday Mr. C. C. tlfcker iu-n-t in I.exlnnton an bulncfJ. Mr. K41n W'yltp hns htvn on the tk litt for ivwral itay. llnllaril wm in Mim Mnymi l.i-. Pnnville hoppinK Tucmlny. UMt of Mr. It. H. Fox wnt the rrlntivc In DanvllU' Sumlny. Itrv. A. I'. Jonri, of Wilmore, wa the wfpkontl k'Ui't of Mr. It. t.. Kennedy wa In Lincoln county several ilny recently on Mr. M. O. Mr. anil Mr. C. C. Dawei, of VarU, pent Sunday with ltev. II. A. Dawes and family. Dr. J. S. ltoe, of WlncheMer, pent Sunday with hli mother, Mr. Mr and Mr. A. T. Scott, Jr., were in Lexlnxton Monday and attended the race. Mr. and Mr. J. Ho?an Dalian! pen Sunday In N'htMairllle and I.exInKton. II. Hallo rrf am! Hon. J in Stanford on buine Monday. Mr. nnd Mr. M. () .Kennedy were K, Use Our DRUGS and 2 mi fVj Mr. l!unn llnllnn! were d WALKER Successor to Uoodloe & BROS. Walker Bros. Jane M. Itofe. Mr. ('. M. Dean and Mr. A. T. Scott. Jr., were in Nlcheknille, week-enKiieiti of Mr. Itobert Hut. clilnon In Doyle. Mri. Addle Darhi, of Treacher-villii viiitlni; her nunt, Mr. Hhodn Wylle and family. Mr. Florence Italian!, Mr. Ithoda Wylie and Mr, Kdwln Wylie were in Lexington Monday. Mr. S. D. Cochran and S. I). Cochran, Jr., of Lancaiter, were cueit.i Saturday of Mr Ituucll I'. Drown. Mi'H. . J. Ilronddu and I.ouu Ilroaddu and wife, were in Lexington Monday and Tueidny on busi-net- -, taking Pi chirs. s. liopplni: Friday. Mr. W. J. Hok'nn I able to be Mr. II. I Klder, of out ai;ain after n teveral month hai been vifUing her doUKhter, Mri. much to the deliuht of her num. J. Ilocan Unllnrd. Mr. W. II. Cunningham h returnCtgtnnlno of Oil Agi." Otivt Introduced Into Amerlci. ed home after a week' May In Lex-Die oil US' uf llif I n.' I States Purine tin- - rotirx,' of tt rmijratton from 1VS .'4t. wlun lieorse U. ington with Mr. Ittm Adam. In Hi iipu found luii'l the HMnlnr'l Ill-Mini I'rof IU'tij,iiniti SilMiur, bnttmht Hie ntiIi of II. c olive tree Mr. Chenuult Itulile wa badly hurt rud nl .itnl ! with them A fur a I itor.iii Hint Jr of litli until) in an automobile wreck whkh occurilium nation, ami terminH it ulue rmtaittt mil . red near Nlchelaville Sunday night. il I Titutile nHr liw WIS I...' a i.n.Ht ..iMMwiul.HniliMlr.il ' ii in ! Mr. Addle DnvU ha returnetl to lt!,,", '" the l.wl.W.- - sort I Im'll .1 It i. limt Loom l her home at I'reJcherville, after hiiF Iw-i- i tr.- - j ii l n In) u.iie It i.i vmlu'i planted nil ..Pf sprndinu' tw week with Mr, jthoda MM. .11 J wit "lummil fri'M ' 7ll. It I. t iin - 'ii V Wylie. . I erou friends !te I Mr. and .Mr. C. C. Dawe. of Par., are expected Sunday to be the ifue.t of Mr. Dawe parent. HvV. D. A. I).nvi' and family. The bett way to keep well is to guard againtt tickness. Keep on hand a aupply of our reliable household drugs and remedies. Thus you have first aid treat ment In your own home. Make a list of drug store things you need and bring it in today. Amateur photographers don't forget when taking pictures that we keep the best, freshest supply of picture things in the city. Our drugs are pure and fresh. Come to US for it. asnti-u'itirli- I r - m 1 1 . !( u-- k iri I Mr. Orion McMurtry wa in Nicho-l.uvilVedneJny on bumes. to ee hlin. f hi parent, T' llruwn. Mi. Kthel Kvam, of Dn'nvIHe, I Mr. D. A. Dawe. Ml .lllah Daw- Mim Mayme I.ee Italian! t In I.ex- - el, ii. A. Uawo, Jr., nn! .Mr. ami vUiting her sister, Mr. C. O. Huble. 1it. She wenttjjrfl. A jt- - MireIHnl were in George inKton for n Mije llettie and Mottle Mayo to attend the Scott Grand Opera in town Thurday to attend the funeral were in Lexington shopping "I- -i llnheme" Friday. of Mr. John Herring. The member of Uie local W. C. T. Mr. J. It. Upton, our deputy herltT, Some of the farmer have been I', lit tended the District Convention quite busy thi week shearing their of Hryantsviltc, was over Thursday They ns-- sheep Thumlay. EAST MAIN STREET at and delivering their wool. on business. in ervinir the lunch. (Juite n few have engaged their Iambs Mr. and Mr. W. II. Drawn and Dr J. D. I'erkin anil Mr, Lee at for June and July deliv- family spent Sunday with Mr. and Sun- ery. I'erkin of Stanford, were over Mr. Kllsha Scott. day to lee Mr, G. O. Itoe, who ha Mr. Taylor Scott went to Mr. Hutchinson, who wa recently returned from New Mexico. Thursday after a truck load of operated on at the Danville HospiMr. It. I. Burton, of Danville, wa tal, and wa in such a precarious con cement for n collar. here Monday with Mr. W. K. Davit, dition u now getting along very Mr. S. G. Vanderpool. of Lexing he havinc accompanied Mr. Davi nicely, and hi physicians now think ton, is spending the week-enwith home from the hospital at Lexincton. he is out of danger. Hi many Mr. nnd Mr. Kllsha Scott. a number of ttudent took friend are hoping for him n speedy Quite Mr. Will Scott, of Hickman, has the 8th. grade examination, which recovery. been here several day with hi was given Friday and Saturday at Friend here of Mr. Oliven N. King daughter, Mr. Charle Ison. the school building for the pupil of were grieved to hear of hi death, Mr. and Mr. Harold Scott, of Lan thu vicinity. which occurred nt hi home in Lex caster, were gue.ts Thursday of her Dev. and Mr. H. A. Dawes, Mis ington last fhurday. The remain mother, Mrs. Nannie Jennings. Zillah Dawe and Mr. O. M. More-lan- d were brought to lincaster Soturday Mr. Thoma Jennings, of Kastern were in DanvilleThuwday night afternoon. .Mr. King formerly lived State Normal was the guet Sunday to attend the linnqut given by the here and wa S'J year of age. of hi mother, Mrs. Nannie Jennings. of the Itnptlst Men' S. S. cla Mr. C. M. Dean ha been (pending Mr. Sarah J. Hackley, while out church to the ladie. Meeting" will be several day in Lexington at the bed-id- e In the yard Thursday morning fell A "Community of '.Mr. W. K. Davis, who wa and bruised her right limb very bad held at the Ilrynntsville School operated on last Wednesday at St ly- from p. m. a. m. to Goods on Iluildmg, next Saturday afternoon, Mr. Davi ha May 27th.. t 2 o'clock. It I hoped Joseph Hospital. Miss Ituth Ituble Lane, who i every one will attend thi meet- been in a most scriou condition and teaching at Covington, wa the guet that CASH OR CREDIT. COMEHEARLY. mother. Mr. I.uln Lane Weding a very important subject will her many friend have been very ap- of prehensive about her. However, at nesday. be discumnl. the last report, she was resting easy Among those from I.nnrater, who Several from the llueiia Vista High and getung along very nicely. Lodge here lust School wont to Hryantsville Saturday attended the Masonic whet they taken the county exami-natioWednesday night were Hon. II. Clay Our CltfiCl, Needed Spray 113. Kaulfmnn, Mesur. Paul Klliotl. A. Il,f 1.4 .llllt'i IJttlt lV I tt M U 111 tin- - fi.ll t.li2 MAUKSBURY I' I. S Ill trudr u iwiiu' ! .ii' it rxikii Mr. IlUnche Husn, of Hazard, left IU wli.li ie ri'.vKr.' frui.i Hie D. Joseph. W. It. DhUii ami J nine degree tlllQi' iHw',er 'i"f Swwe special Ail I'littliMi !! Mr. Jim Turner ha purchased a lads r'fi-rr- i Mfrjor; (ttc jmti A. lleniley. ;rt r Nn ittxluri1 I hut 'pli conferred by thee mem- new Fiwd. 4d, tin Hrt time work w litirlh 1. ihhhom' tlwy .1...- ....... mi ... - aim ... MiHHr. ri- - ber uf the I,RHiter Itdge. stwtt tturin- - ttir iMw inri .. r.ti.iiom-Ip- i recently Mr. Nellie Naylor ha at. ipnri.,,1 hHiotl(f ci.lin kinm Ml.. Smith I " The date of the "Yent ltread i bought nn Oakland car. not Imiiiim- - Hv Uifnk tlw l trev went ii which will be held here ha ri- nr.- - ii tt. iitui-- . ' n I... I l i'v.r Ii.imM'fslV'I. 'i ' I i Mr. Courtney ItoWrt is confined 1 .f Ir.t ti it viifii f been changed to May 2lth.. at two 1'ittrii jt t ' 1. tu her bed with rheumatism. tli. ..i- f THU loHtest Is being .,n will o'clock. tui.in nrv 1' lt.' t if rnvi t ir Imt l by the retention Deportment Tr.ii ript !. lint'' Mr. Kd Nnylor, who had u relapse of the College of Agriculture. I'riie of the llu U steadily improving. will be awarded. ThU will also be Ityle loH sold a bunch of hogsv to at the llryanuville School building. Charley lUmn for i per lb. The many friend of Mr. W. K. Miss Salfle Lou My res. of Lancus-er- . Davi are delighted that he wa able ha been visitidg the MiMe from St. lo return home Monday ln-r- uo-ntle Bttril-i'n- l IU 1 jt . t . ttii l,ri il'J i 'i e n ,i oii'i...i'l t rliiMiinMllniii, i" re t i r : hum, !! .'her MiMei Viol.i nnd Jean Itankin. who are attending M. F. C. at M!llerburjr lire expectisl home in n few day for their iummer vacation. Hon. Green Clay Walker, of Lancaster, wa here thi week on busi-nHe i very popular here and .Mr. and Mr. Kunell I. llrewn vere in Stnnfortl Sunday the cueit hi many friend are alway delighted McRoberts Drug Store BUEXA VISTA Mr. T. M. Scott is on the e. for her home Wednesday after spending everal day with Mr. and Mr. ick list. Will Jenning. BAUGH 207 & GARNER hrt Red Oilcloth E'lcctlwi. Iloil. u wry hrlxlit el oilcloth, an uimmiHliy oiteetUo tubts make cou-rliifor a dark comer. Usually the rlnre for kim'Ii initertol I In the kltrlien. but iMvai'lot'a'.ty one It In studio Hi:d "Itt'iti i ivhimh hihI In Die dull lll.t Hie tu really ijulto s lotely. nt DANVILLE, - KENTUCKY. llHct. everything else must be If the remlor'n attention Good Plot Everything. A plot, after alt, 1st a ilexlgn to I whyh ' jut ubonllnatCil to be and entbrnlleil. Itude life may not conform to (hi ilenlfii. and O14 psycliologlot muy deilso It. yet theru 11 good umil that Is 110 Mich thing go "I pint. Krancl Iliickcit. linn not 11 11 HOUSE FURNISHINGS d Our special opening sale editorship Author Trip Almot Royal. Mark Twain ay thnt when Itret ITarto came cant In ISTt) to take the if Saturda, sale May 20, at COST 10 Macnxlne In Chlcnco, Hint he croiM thp continent In mh n pnxllgloui tda-- e of national Interest and excitement that one mlrht hiiv, iip)o.Mt tliHt he ii the lreroy of Imllii or n of !,:ic.v's iimt eome asalii tricrufttr 7" , r f imvcrt.-.- l the protMiomi l.n(elila nlrct. ROCKERS and CHAIRS 8 hr n. 1 1.- .. "I.'.-.M'tla- , Gipsies In History. orlglnul glpule upe.ired In Th Kuropo at about the beginning of the Slxtisnth century. It li pmbahle that they were of Hindu orlsln and were either exiled ttesiume of their religious belief or ran nwiiy from the pemecu-tlon-o- f Tiit ifrlane, or Tlraur, the grint Tnrtur . ...i.p . rnr who Invuded India. A e myMery to th.lr i't.nn "h when tlnuppmin'd on Its Hast- , i.io.- - (ioriiiHn iiimnt era plain-The t..it tto wer popular 'u. 'Inn of the won! tutiie l) which, they .1 the wnrltl urc n inrr. 11 il - ft-- urM 4 rohfr . . 1 nll 1 yu ir Hit-tr- int Con-test- - F!-lt,- . d ct. JUST RECEIVED -l New shipment Ladies, Mens and Children SHOES, GINGHAMS, SHEETING AND HOSIERY. A FEW SPECIALS FOR THIS WEEK i- , 45ct. I'epperell Sheeting, per yard Hot li P. row n and Hleached. Must Granulated Pure Cane Sugar, 1C lbs. for $1.00 100 lbs. for $6.25 for 29ctt. Marian Sugar Corn,' size 2 can, Pineapple Delmonto size 1 Grated, '2 for, 29ct. Karo Corn Syrup, size 10 can 50ct., size 5 can 25cU. Apricots, Gold liar, size 2 can, each 22ct. Hipolite Marshntellow Cream, pint jar 25ct. ', Joseph' Hospital, Lexington, where he recently underwent ijuite a eri- lou operation. Sl is getting along nicely and It U hoped that he will oon recover. Messrs. Paul and Fred Sutton, who recently purchased the liusines and uf Mr. J. S. Iluselden, are remodeling the building. These young men are very popular and I most enterprising and will carry' a full line of harness and leather up-- I plies. Their many friend are wish- ing them much success in their new buine. The community, however, regret very much giving up the former owner, Mr. HaseMcn. ! .ire-room J i I Mis Susan K. Sutton entertainei' ltev. Lewi Thompson aati family at. 'inner Sunday. 11!) .'iishm ausun iv. inuuoH ami .i.ce Suttm will atlund the Commeiu-e-- M Mfc iMtnvdilvi. iru ii, Mr. and Mr. Jai. Tumor und Mis! I ... i ... i .1,.. ih'iki .Miir turner inuiriHi in sa' i Turner')' ) ngton Saturday to visit Mr. vAi-tvn- We have both the i 1 Peering Binders AWcCormick mother. Mr. Hums, of Danville, ha just completed u job of varnishing the church pew. Mr. Hums I a high grude workman. 9 I 1 and Mowers Remember the $25.00 Cash prize to the farmers who can raise the largest Squashes. Come in anil get your Seed now, it cost you nothing. A.H.BASTIN&CO Free Hitch Lot at our Store. Cash paid for your Eggt and Chicken. Mother' Day wa celebrated Sunday for the flrt time in the history URYANTSVILLC , of the church the pastor preaching j (Delayed) a e rm on on the subject. The stand wa beautifully decorated with (lowMr. A. T. Scott ,Jr., wa in Dan er or the occasion. Father Day, ville Tuesday on bu.!ne. Mother's Day Oh, how long will It, Miss Annie Mae Martee ha been be before "Old Maid Day" will be the Ruett of Mi Kthcl Vlle. celebrated? Several from here, have been attending the race in Lexington. To ummon your friend In a hurM. ry, Just walk down the street witii Mr. J. W. Bryant and Mm. Dean were In Danville shopping the neck of n bottle protruding from your pocket. i a I save you money on them. n I Becker & Ballard I Get our prices before you buy as we can L BRYANTSVILLE, KENTUCKY. The Central Record. Lancaster, Ky. Thursday. May 18 1922 GET YOUR PRESENT NEEDS IN BUILDING MATERIAL The Lumber Mills in the South claim there was more orders taken during the first two weeks of May, than in any two weeks previous, during the past five years. Seasoned BUILDING MATERIAL OF EVERY KIND LUMBER IN ALL ITS GRADES Roofing, Etc. Builders.Hardware Later we will be compelled to advance prices due to the fact that we will have to replace our present stock at the advance price. Buy now while you can save money. Bastin Lumber LANCASTER, KENTUCKY CARTERSVILLE kins and Mr. T. Co. i . d 0. Ray Hill. Miss Kate Tankewley ii visiting On May U, VJ ' ' at 5:30 o'clock her sister, Mrs. Abe Hall. In the morning, the Death Angel call-e- d Mr. Abe Hall ha been suffering the spirit of Mr. Ltnzey Hay to with tonsolitis for the past week. the land of eternal rest. He was Rev. Isaac filled his regular ap- born Nov. I I, 1844, married to Miss pointment at I.eavell Green Saturday Nancy Jane Lane Dec. '2 1, 180'J. To them were born three children, one and Sunday. had the misfor- daughter, Miss Nettie, two sons, Wil-beMr. Cecil Stennett of Madison county und Oscar, tune to shoot homsvlf through the of this place. Also eight grand chilhand last week. dren survive. Mr. Hay and his wife Miss Cora Hoop, Mrs. Utile Carshopping in were both born anil reared here. He ter and daughter, were n .o n of Harrison and Sallie I was Serea Tuesday. Heuumont Hay. Two sister sur Mrs. Annie I'etts, Mrs. Carrie vive, Mrs. Mollie Itrown, of LancasThomas and son, Harold, were visi- ter and Mrs. K. G. Waller, of Louistors at this place Wednesday. ville. Eighteen months ago he sufMrs. P. - Pennington and chil- fered n stroke of paralysis from dren, Mr. C. S. Koop were the guest which he never recovered. He wu of .Mr. and Mrs. A. It. Carter Friday. never out of his room only one time Mrs. Paulina Pennington and three and through the month. of atTIIction, guest he was never heard to murmur children, were the week-enof her parents, Mr. and .Mr.s C. S. He had a smile for every one that Roup. He was seri visited his Mrs. L. J. Carter has returned ously ill one week and during that home after spending two week at time he spoke frequently of Jesus, He lived u Lancaster, the guest of her son, Mr. and "Going Home." I). M. Carter and Mrs. Carter, on beautiful Christian life, was a kind neighbor, a trusted friend, an affecStanford street. tionate husband und father, modest, gentle, kind and true. He was one BUCKEYE of our most highly honored citizens. Mr. Hay has been a member of LiberMrs. Charlie Grow i ill. Prayer meeting every Wednesday ty lUptist Church since n young man. la hi death the church has lost one ovunlng. of her most consistent member, u Miss Christine Davis led the 11. Y. maa who truly lived the religion of P .U. Sunday evening. the Lord Jesus Christ. He was W. M. S. meets Thursday, P. M., treasurer for a number of year and nt three o'eleck, May tJMh. Deacon and Trustee at the time of MM Hazel liogie is visiting Mrs. his death. In his going away the Jasper Noel, in Madion county. community has 'lost a strong foree Mr. Sutton, of Lancaster, visited for morality and Christian characFuneral services were held nt Ms daughter, .Mrs. W. K. Whittaker ter. 1th church Friday afternoon at three last week. clock, conducted by hi pastor, Huv. Mr. and Mrs. James Hasty and son, visit wl relatives in llvrea Saturday J. F. Pne, after which his remains were In id to rest in th cemetery here and Sunday. a wound of (lowers. Noel were uader Mr. and Mrs. Lewi I Those from a distance who attend week. end guests of Mr. and Mrs. It. ed th funerul of Mr. Linzey Hay Vf. Sanders. were Mr. K. G. Walter, of Louis-vill- a Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Jenkins, Mr. ; Mrs. Mollie Hrown, Mr. and and Mr. Jess Hill spent Thursday Mm I.. H. Haney, Messrs. Taylor und i Danville shopping. I Luther Haney, U G. Preston, Mrs. It. Messrs. Walter and Charlie Grow S. Ilrewn, Dr. Pryor, all of Lancas-ter- ; and Miss Georgia Etta Cruse vllted Mr. and Mrs. Forest Curtis and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Pierce at Uryants-vtll- e daughters, of Hryantaville, Mr. and recently. Mrs. Ambrose Calico, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Smiley Hill, of Klbvrt Calico and Miss Zulu Calico, Frankfort, Mr. and Mrs. Walker f Hlchmend; Mr. und Mrs. Jumper Hradshaw and family, of Danville, Noel, Mr. and Mrs. Marion Calloa, have been visiting Mrs. T. C. Jen Mr. and Mrs. Marian Cutis, Mr. Mor. rt Id sick-rooi Laverne Whittaker Miss Tinelue Giileum spent a few with Mi rii Calico, Mr. and Mrs. Eliza Calico, Has tha Right lda. .Mr and Mm. Henry Yatcr entrr ol lottonburg; .Mr ami .Mr. (. lay days the past week with Mrs. Elijah A rl,.,r tr it s e man tii.lt.-- s nil Hlakeman, Mr. and Mrs. Hufa Make-maMcMilhan. tamed In a rojal manner Sunda ciist- .- fr hlltttu. UtM f() , Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Hendren, , MM,f recHrillne the their children and their families. Mrs. Abe Hurton attended .ii...ni to be w.,rt,i a, ,m , Mr. Jess Hlakeman, of Kirksville; Mr. funeral of Mrs. Eliza Grimes on nulHBn Miss Lverin Whittaker, of Ijinca- and Mrs. Haymond Hay, Mrs. Alice Wednesday of lust week. ter, ,was the past week-envisitor of Hunter and .Mrs. Flora Long, of Dailey and her parents, Mr. and Mm. Wm. Whit- Mr .ami Mr. John Two Sorts of Contagion. Nlcholasville. daughters were Sunday visitors of , taker. IHPfi-- an mil lhi aatlr iblni.. CARD OF THANKS Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sower. Mis Cnralyn Rice, of Rieaiaoad. that are rtmtMcttHts KhHitw. I. We take this method of expressing The Messrs. Davis, of Mercer and was the guest front Sunday until tsrtMHs; manly Inirrli, , rwnta- ail I lie lll,,. virtm.. vtlth our thanks to friends and neighbors Jessamine county spent a few days Tuesday of Mr. and Mrs. Harry D. feol . hWI In thiir tMist. Hire. for their kindness, many visits and last week with Mr. Mortv Davis. ti..i.m liters VunlnH long ill.sympathy shown during the Mr. ami Mrs. Henry Tutlle peat Mr. and Mrs. Hoyston Hay and son, ness of our husband and father, Mr. and Mrs. Itufonl Smith made a Saturday night and Sandny with Mr. I'aiisas Miiticsans. A IMtittm isrHfr Linzey Itay and for the lloru! offer- recent visit with Mr. and Mrs. Elijah Walker Henells, and family of Gunns IU atlalii tit tb fact tlwi Ih,. Miintm 4 msM ings. Chapel. Mr. Linzey Hay McMillian. Mt H Itn SMMim IkMSti. and Children. Mr. Grover Ward and Mrs. C. H. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Pendleton and IW.b..t.t lat HMaa ItrMatt. Ils We republish the following article charming daughter, were among the Henry and children spent Tusoday em. Ilrabm. lUHmtlmt. IMfe. a.s there were errors in it last week: quests of Mr. and Mrs. Colemun with Mr and .Mrs. H. II. Ward, of !.t.i.WI. IMIItil Hoiitwk, IHset, Hev. J. K Price, of Louisville, who Locker Sunday, Kirksville. ItUiMtt. Ilrtti,iti4 Ibtiaki-res- t. Itw)ft. INimisiI. lnr.1 mi ImM. has been our pastor for the past year Mr M, KJnh McM,lan tll .Mrs. Miley Ileazley ami daughter. ,, JUm Tinelue Gllloun were Josephine. Mrs. Ollie Graham ami moviM. ,nu our mum nnng.ng with him his splendid wife and three ' ,,,.. Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. John 'baby were Monday afternoon visitor Cllmatf and tJtJfnftt, It Is MtirltHts tn inir how itiMf children. In the history of the Lib- Hay and daughter. ' Mrs. J mints Mantis. nwtlm riv in nmitit rostatiries. erty llaptist Church which i.s one of Mlssos Fannie Merida and Ethel In Mr. and Mrs. Curl Molierley en- Slti..tJN!, Instaiv.... wwsK t' the oklest llaptist churches in the ' Harnes spent week-enMm. W. the Mist tertumed Sunday Mr. with the tialMr.. ,,f i i ulna. lt wr state, our pastor has not resided in T. Moberley. Mr. and and Wilbert Ml Muttie lleuwh Mrs. b lll.li irf iim Idhtl.ii.,'11. aiffr rVmii Nk af the y It. the community with the exception of k' ' and son. Mids Mae Moberley ington road. Nterasv siaisa, one. It is the consensus of opinion hI In this was a guest In the afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Embry and i:nr..H., isMitirfix is 711 of our congregation that this plan IK r unit. Miss Ruth Embry, of Lmcas- - LHIIi.l I. Quite n number from this place 'ittle will be of much benefit to our community In man,y way. We welcome attended the negro minstrel at Mt. iter, wer Sunday visitors of Mr. and Polntrr tor the Otby. Ilro. Price, and his family mid assure Hebron Saturday evening and were Mrs. T. L. Ynntls. The nurse uus In the rwrni wild the Messrs. P. F. Harris, of Uuisvilte, new Imliy. ,Si. Uvn iuil,v uftiv them that they will be welcomed as guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ijirry Speaks and Mr. Wm. Childs, of Howling enter and sh Um Maml by the viiU our neighbor and us our friends. Our and family Saturday afternoon. Green, were visitors Friday of Mr. WHtrlilng with rtiv4ll,VNM Interest thit interest at nil times should be mutual. new iwnr uaiite hU ltuta.. Tit ImUr mid Mr. Juimn Yuntis. We believe that the future work of GUY. uus a MmtMc Hiilf f4rH ami lie trin Mr. and Mrs. Illnine Estridge and iiMHHT our Histor will be a criterion and mi.l bU-- r "Ktsji It up," ail, Master James Milton Henry spent baby, Mr. and Mrs. H. II. Ward and guid-- j that he and his family will be u III, uuv ing tar. Some forty of our mem Saturday with Master Earl Clark. three suns, of Madison, were visitors I gfl llillltfs .Mrs. U'm. Seott wns n visitor of recently of Mi!nmiM Mlllnn bers gave them n pantry shower Fri Ward ('. H. Henry. day evening which was much appro- - Mrs. Raymond Turner Sunday after-'an- d Plato's Trlbuts to Music . . u,rl i.r Plato elated by them. noun . Musdumtm Milton Ward, James It Khes wrotn: Mini.. a mhiI to t.. Mrs. W. T. Sutton visited Miss Yantls and C. H. Henry, Messrs. Tom lngs to the IHlmi. lllcht Hllerr. tu Hits WOLF TRAIL Fannie Sutton of the Crab Orchard 'and Grover Ward ami little Miss luisglimti,.n. a ilmrm to Mt4avs, ;t Louise Henry were shoppers In Dan- - ralety ami life to Mr. Abe Hurton was In Mndlstin road Tuesday. evrj thing. H I ( nrittr ami lianimny, ami Sunday, Mrs. John Donaldson returned v"'1' aurday. Mr. and Mrs. Harry D. Rice had for bud m all i but i g,Hi ju,, Mr. Powell Dailey l sulfuring from Thursday after n delightful visit with HUtiriil of wlil. h it u ti, imWblo their Sunduy visitors, .Mr. .. T. Rice, Richmond friends. an alfected limb. but ll.'TtbHe tin. ilHMlllig. pukslnn Sr., and son, '.. T., Jr. and Robert He unit Mr. A. N. Murida was the recent Mis Maude Davis was the weekeli riuil foi-Leslie, Misses Zelin and Carlyn Rice, guest of Mr. and Mrs. John Smith, of end visiter of Mrs. Wm. Davis. of Richmond, Mesdame Mtmorljlng Worth Whllt. Carrie Master HolmuH J. McMillian visi-te- d the Fall Lick rond. Till lit- - bus fuiriy trlwl , I Guy Davidson, of Uncaster, stiect Mr. nnd Mrs. Win. Grigg and and Mr. Hoyston Hay re ir. ami .Mrs. W, T. Sutton and Mr. a remli-- lUn'H not know how iuuili b Three children were visitors of D.in "I would gain frinn eoiiiiiilttlng to mem-or- y cently John Donaldson. possum of real excellence; preWilbert Dailey bought a yearling! vllle wlotlv" Monday cisely lie iloes no know bow Mr. and Mrs. Marcus White and culf from Curl Moberley Monday for Oirds ss Wtsthtr Prophets. linieli be In merely rwlillllg. children spent Sunday with Mrs. John $2!.00. leMkt At Mime tdrds uro kimhI Leant olio tru,. (l,Hl, ,y i,,.,,, Ilrouddus, of llyattsvillc. Ktiillier prophft. Tlie green Mr. Earl Dailey spent the weekIf )oii do tmt Htnl It so. ,.i(uiy n,.r Is knouu In ,iiiie ,,srtB ,,f ,1,1, beaut) Mcsdume Wm. Walker and Henry end in Jessamine with Mr. Clyde Mill reU'iil Itself, clio.eii cniiiilry us tin. "ri, ,r,- - Ihiisk his hhrnse. Tuttle were guests Monday of Mrs. nr Imppy music, or noble Tenter. luuxhliiit cry so ofii n ireise u iIuhii. otlii-i-Lem Matthews, of Loyd. K. uiittrtHtliutl of. It Is C)rneM Warren purchased a The iiillilirinh. scaln. Ims listkliii mi utii. nt i.iiiur..'- - ....... i... . u Miss Mattle lleulah Cobb and Mr. I'nlt.u-- I .1...- uniui- - in u tiorin riwK" . roadster from Johnny Warren ,,MbriHiEh h sssrtit4r()i..vrtiu l.utli- John Smith spent the past Thursday t cause he tln-- s l.ffnrc uluti . , ruliu Saturday. lllk'tllll. n, ..; rl frm-hs-K- la I n, .,, d fr j wlw-tvi- esM-m- ,! I .r. r ,, wood-peck- silg-jrittl- , The Central Record. Lancastei, Ky..Thursday, May 18 1922 LIVE THOUSANDS ld That Som ! Hs Ben Qrvly OF YEARS Art Immortal AtMritd by Many Naturalists. INCREASED ACREAGE i2 T)it lilcit nf Immortality In tru's li of! hi met nidi In Hi work of I If n writer In Hit Xnr nnrlt'iita. York 81111. Ttn historian, Jii-.lm- , In il "JchIIi H'nr," relnlm Hint In lili ilny IIiiti wit iimr llie rttjr of llllinn n lurjHiitliir trr wlilrh nit (Jil n tin- - liny of Adam. It dm rvM'nrO fur tiiixlero naliiml-ltf- t In slum Hint the userton, limti'tiT ettmonlltinry Ihey tuny nn1 still wrtwt, mul llmt timiiy of our trvvs lit some sort Imlilnict' IMo may lnur nvii tin tliml wine of nml, nfirr lirnvlng iln nf mi ninny are, lire tllll iiir1i!lit nnil In this iliy. It l mm' hut n hundred jenr slncv JLilntitiMi, liiKWilntiD 1) rnlmlntlmia. ftlmuiil tln Irimitxl Hint such Ideas, tlmiisli 'tnionlltiiir), are jet facts "f llii- - inot scrupulous Till ltit1 tiMturnIM li) n happy rlianrt foiinil In tlio of tin- - trunk of the Imolmb In one of Hie l!ua Wnlu Island uti Inscription MhMi lt.nl lireti tninil on It hy tin I In kI I'h :ui )inr irvTlutiJy StMrHne from Ihln lnt nml eoiiqmr I HIT tin" dUirietl-rof nf the stein ninny of tliw Imlky tre", the Kniirli nviiiil miiti .tliil In pniilng lhat the imM ilgtiroiis of tliro prlml tl t of the African forests might he nt lenat )crs olil. olnM-m- Only!!!! Down Delivers any Grafonola to your Iiome flit,: Marks New Interest In nnri Corn Grown Soy-ben- n Toother I'rotpect. nre favorable fur n crop of soybean In corn In Kentucky thl. yenr, accord-- I its to Ilnlph Kenney, crop extenilon ipeclallit of the College of Agriculture. Farmer in all part of the State are showing lncreaeil Interest in thl combination which hai proved to be an economical one for pork production when hogged ofT and valu. able ai a toil Improver when the hban vine are allowed to rot on the grouml after the hogging off or the corn harvest, he said. "In planting the combination th!a year, many fanners will use bean attachment on their corn planters while others will mix the bean and corn seed In equal parts and drill or check them with thu tame plates and chain combinations that they use for seeding an ordinary vtand of corn. The beans feed faster than the corn, thus making it unnecessary to change the combinotlon In order to get the required stand of beans. Hoth the beans and corn may be planted by hand. "Only three to live bushels of beam are needed on an acre to furnish utficient protein to balance a 40 to 00 bushel an acre corn crop. This amount may be obtained by seeding from six to ten pounds of bean seed in the same row with corn. The beans should be planted not more than one inch deep and when planted on ground that has not grown beans before should be inoculated. soybean-corThe combination merits the Increased Interest being taken in it by farmers, Mr. Kenney believes. "When grown in corn ns outlined and hogged oil. the beans produce from ISO to 200 pounds of pork more an acre than is secured by corn alone," he continued. "The seed costs from -- 'i to 30 cents an acre while the return in pork is $10 or more an acre." n thiii i lllg Inti-rln- r s A mi MiMUUP rS ILO In '.!) Uood music makes happy homes x TRULY WERE GOLDEN CHIMES Bslls Cut In Ancitnt Mtlean Vlllag? Compoitd In Largs Part of Prtclout Mttala. In the Meiltnu state of Smi'irn. r.t the heailunltTK of the I tin MhJh, I the nttrtetH itilnlin: tillage of Tjopa, hl: In rariy ilnj fumou for I In s Sacred Songs: fi . 'X:l jj v ' tT preenreit In the nWzlilxirlMxi! It m from T)ohi tlmt clilmm of Ix lU were nlitHlneil for tiwny en the I'mlnV tsmat. ntxl from the v. wt there fMIM vt mlin no-ert- Hi Met M'ltletaentu in Arlntfw nnil p. There was one nurd neltletnrnt hy Frrnt nt Stlkii, AW"V. .tlllln-huBn menko, whlrh gut It rhliue of twll In e( helU nre nt r- -t Interne. Ihetr tne a etiT Man) of ihetn hnve hren iHeltel In hit they fur the gold nml Irr of thHr iintMtnel. The tnuoW. m fnet. wan title to the drrum utanre that Hhout Jft mt lent of the rrwli4) reHneil whhht frtun whhh thev were rul hm ller ami ehl.- - Mil wuukee entlnrl. 1 tint mfi' Iwhm tttim the levrt lo lullofl ' ewtwe NHI ImliliHl h frM T)oh i?Me of lhee ifr iliiliHik iTlliTlliTHlll i'ir" iJi '.V Comfort, Inspiration, Hope theSun- dav eveninp' concert nf selected sacred J snnrrc will nraw tn fnmilv tiec olnser Ilk Kluartets: Ijl i. mtTAW-'A- iHillHIII III III, US. Plantation songs rich in southern iCd.' melody, college songs full of sparkle; love songs tender in feeling. Thrill and f entertain your friends with suchmusic. Old-Fashioned !) trr Melodies: Life has its ups and its downs, but most of the pleasure is in between. Two and Two Together. of a eat'a remnrkahle Thl a illpHi)' of reexmlnt: to n frleml of the l"ini.nln hy a onl. one "orrei'ml mlnUter wlMne ent remark. ! of !mre not in he nuealhmiil. were When Mr. nml Mm. M ntHit to mote lo rnllfernhi they left their eut with mine frlenilt who were two mlhx llvllis In n puhurh erha from the entern utile of their home city. After an henre of is miinlht two weekt they retlirne nml ThouKh the rat with their frlemU. relHeliiheriil IhelH, It MHearetl to Im content wllh IU owner ; an when Mr uml Mr. M - went to lite In n new hoiie In the nnrthenern part of the rlty they left (he cut liehlml A few i!sy later II wn inllne from lt home In the "uhtirh for the flrt time Ince It hml pine there to lite, nml three ilaja Inter frlemU notllle.1 Mr M that her cut wn nt her rirt ttrewe ttetern (Htrt of home In ll the city. hail reuoneil that ApiHtrenll) o hml returnwl ! Ita fnrmer owner there, i It haateneil Ihelr old home; tnttellni: either throush or rouml it huy city u ilNtanee of fully thrif went nml cot the mile. Mr. M- cnt nt once unit rnrrletl It to Ihe new home, where It now lltex contentcd.-Vouth'- a I'omiKitilon. Pun Puti wi II nt-entl- ) 1 1 TYPE Was - c'2 $150 1 (r l Saving $25 The songs that mother used to sing "Sweet and Low," "Kathleen Mavourneen," "Love's Old Sweet Song" and many, many more immortal songs. Bourbon Poultry Remedy Aftwdropsln f owli' drtnkini (r and olhtr cbkk tu vuica ST-- -(!!. 11 hi AtdrafliU,orbrreailpotplt. UM Wt 1 1, 1 1 rhltktbMllhr. Don't wut until filial. itrlkM. Gatlttadir. ITudillrtalxprour t. .M. Our Generous Offer for a Short Time Only Read Our Offer! Come in our store and select the style and finish that will look well in your home. Make the first payment, and pay the remainder in convenient installments. This is your opportunity ACT NOW! Blackhead and Parasites Kill Many Young Turkeys More young turkeys are killed in Kentucky each year by blackhead and parasites than by any two other troubles affecting these birds, acMartin, in cording to J. Holmes charge of poultry work at the College of Agriculture. Unless hatched and brooded artiflcally, young birds suffer heavily from parasites while many deaths often result from blackhead, which Is a serious and infectious disease, it was pointed out. Control of these two troubles represents an important problem in this State, which stands fifth among all states In turkey production, Mr. Martin said. "Taking care of the mother hen before the eggs are hatched ha been found to be a good way to keep the young birds free from lice. A good louse powder, such as sodium fluoride, applied close to the skin below the vent and on the head, back and legs of the mother hen will rid her of lice. A small piece of blue ointment, about as big as a pea, placed on the skin under the vent, also is effective in controlling the pest. "As a preventive measure in the case of blackhead, it Is well to disinfect carefully the utensils used for feeding the turkeys, as well as their houses, and than to keep the sick birds in a dry place which Is well lighted and ventilated. "Sick birds should be Isolated at once. A tablet ol bichloride of mercury should be dissolved in each two gallons of drinking water and kept before the young peults for two days. Nothing but clean crock or wooden vessels should be ued. "Further steps to prevent the spread of blackheads may be taken when turkey or chicken hens are ukh! as mothers by housing them in colony houses about six feet square, each of which should be located In the center of four equal lots or runs. Keeping the poults on fresh ground by means of changing them from one lot to another about every ten days witt help keep down the spread of the disease. Green crops should be kept growing in the lots which also shoulJ be limed frequently." i.J-grai- u Reduced Prices Mean Big Cash Savings for You if You Act Now! Buy a Modern Instrument Today You Can Get These Exclusive Features in the Columbia Grafonola 2 Beautiful ColumbiftStrcumlineCabinets, to harmonize with livtnt; room furniture. -- - Our Reduced Prices Save You Big Money on Highest Grade Instruments $275 Models Reduced to Didn't Qtt A enersy In the form of an commercial truteler applleil to the rhunaccr of u llrui. eit'lalnlnc ihut. once on the Job, he coulil iruarunlee audi n llnw of onler that Ihe rff wouhl l unuhle to cope with Ihem, The iiiiinnk'cr knew- lilt hulne, nnil unlit: "Well. )oiins fellow, IM like to I mo If )0ll colli il iln aomelhlni;. Imluiry U In h iopy turt can't. muihlle. uml )ou ciin't gtt onler out of clmo.M The uppllcunt (Mjimreil hla ahotililcn uml ileeluroil na he lnoke.1 tip u teleI h It. phone directory : "11 ! hut c n't the pleHKure of knuwlni; Mr Iviijo, hut I'll Ket un onler out of him Mitiiehow." lie illiln'l set the Job, thoush. I.oa-Io- tht Job. lh)lrnl '""'I' $175 225 165 2 3 Special Columbia Reproducer the heart of the instrument, which makes the music sound human. Patented Tone Leaves to control the volume, soft or loud, to suit your desires. Columbia Designed Tone Amplifier-giv- ing the rich, mellow, pure Columbia tone. 150 140 125 150 140 125 75 4 50 32.50 100 85 60 45 30 You need only to investigate and compare values to prove our statement Anwcr. Oritlih Court of Anelont Origin. the court nt imclviit orlsln In tireat llrlliilu. u luot lnterellr. onu atlll i'Ul "t UrUtol, Hit luat one remaining of the I'led l'ouilre court " which wire etahlUheil more than ear Hen nt plucea whaiv luree ftilrt uml attended by forelener. were , ) Thu court wcrti urotldtnl, town, to If tho fulr wai nt u deal with difference of opinion which wcm likely to nrlo between people who could not undertnd each othr'a Kfcli. They wero calleil Court nf I'led J'oudrti or l)uty Feet, from the duity fret of the traveling bagmen uml peddler whom It wag Intttndod to help. In tliu tht I'M I'oudr becam tftn 1'owdtT court AnionK hi-IJeH-clull- 34 Models in 6 Different Finishes Hundreds have bought this way. Why don't YOU? aairt McRoberts Drug Store LANCASTER, KENTUCKY The Central Record, Lancaster Ky. Thursday, May 18, I 922. HSI I I Better FOR THE HOME and Implements Hardware in A Deadly Menace v Lancaster High Kitchen Cutlery, Enameled Ware, Buckets, Pans, Etc. FOR THE GARDEN Garden Tools, Garden Cultivator?, Hoes, Rakes, Etc. FOR THE SHOP Carpenters' Tools and Blacksmith Tools of all kinds. FOR THE FARM Farm Tools, Wire Fencing, Corn Planters, Plows, Etc. When you save a little on each you save n lot on the whole. AVERY'S CUTTING HARROWS JONESVILLE CORN PLANTERS AVERY'S CORN DRILLS BRINLY HARDY'S CULTIVATORS. CONN BEOS. "Live and Let Live Folks." IE IE some consolation A pessimist keeps in DC The Central Record Issued Weekly. $1.50 a Year, In Payable R Advance. Editor and Mgr. J. E. ROBINSON. Editor. L. ELKI.V, Local sion of individual views, per knows how to do it. 10 line Obituaries, per line . .05 Each nation has a enthusiasm. It is detrimental to the comFotrirn AJ.rfTi.tfif R.pr MnUbv THE AMERICAN PRE53 ASSOCIATION munity. Swallow your pessimism, or Lmuter, ly., May 18, 1922 spit it out. Russia may be a land of starRates For Political Announcement,. vation and desolation, but the For Precinct and City Offices.! 5.00 bolshevik leaders have combin10.00 For County Offices ed with Germany and have For State and District Offices. 15.00 .10 plunged the old world into a For Calls, per line .10 frenzy of turmoil. Cards, per line For Everybody For all publication in the inter- knows what est of individuals or expresought to be done, but nobody pet suggestion of its own with which Entered at the Post Office in Lan .Mail caster. Ky., as Second-Clas- s Matter. Nine hundred husky prisonblues. ers started a rough house in reel. This year It throws a wet blanket over the county jail in Chicago the year a he himself a continual turmoil and blames other people for it. It accomplishes him nothing. It gives other people the i i uupe auiiici recently Wallops Stanford up his father's funeral in 'order to satisfy his craving for BRATTON ON THE MOUND FOR the drug that dostroys. THE LOCALS WAS The case is not unusual INVINCIBLE only one of mnny. Dope Is the great parasite Lincoln County Ladt Unabti to Conupon the nation today. It is nect With HI, Speedy Ball destroying the minds and bodies of hundreds of thousands Captain Henry nnd his wonder of people. It is encircling the High School base ball team swamped unwary with its tentacles at an down on Stanford Friday evening appalling rate of speed. It is and he wit entitled to mid still an long tring by other to mencing the future of the re coming victory fromhis Lincoln County's away public. Capital with the greatest part of the The man or woman who ten to six victory. peddles it is a criminal of the Hill was on the mound fur the type, worse Stanford tails but was relieved m the most depraved third Inning after Captain Henry' than the murderer who blows nine had knocked the horse hide to Also complete line of GROCERIES and otf the top of his victim's head. all the corners of the lot. It was The punishment provided by very easy game for the local High a choice lot or MEATS. law is not adequate. It is not School lad a llratton allowed only a few scattered hit, having fanned in proportion to the offense. Just phunc 20j and you'll get it. twenty-onof Captain Xevius person who deliberately nut as the catcher remarked to llig The men, takes life for personal gain, Chief" llratton during the game that either by slow progress or they "swing like Kates." Crutch-llrit- l on flrt played hi uual good quickly, by drug or by gun (Saines held down secof should pay the penalty with his gamewell ball. was ond and starter for the own. game, having knocked the bait for a The welfare of the body poll, two beggar, the first time up. Cap People who neglect thing It is a wne Ud who can achieve tic is greater than that of any tain on short was there with thi seldom accomplish big little one. iwtoliim frm the fnil of his parrnt good und many many beautiful play individual member thereof. which were cheered the Few men are considered truly The world still contain a few rral-lThe dope peddler is a men Stanford delegation, even bypaled (iooeh great until their names appear on a good people, but we are awful ace to society. third for his first time this year and Fresh New Vegetables Tomatoes New Potatoes, Cucumbers Peppers Beans e 6URREY & OULLEY y He must go. In The Right Place is an old veteran on the third base problem. Daniel and It. Stop talking about your troubles. Nothing i more exasperating than Henry held the Held down and the Take Tanlac. Stormes Drug Store. to try t argue with a person who one or two that even got that far In (It.) agrees with everything you say. the air were nabbed right off the cigar label. kHum. Kte, no farmer can work ten hours a day on a piece of land and make a bare living. Another farmer can work eight hours a day on the same land and bank a good profit each year. There's a reason. The successful man studies conditions and analyzes sug gestions and makes improve ments as rapidly as it is pos sible for him to do so. His re turns are in proportion to the activity of his brain. The other man is slow to change. He doesn't "take any stock in new fangled no tions." What was good enough for his father is good enough for him. And that's all he gets. When put to practical use brains become a valuable asset. When merely carried around in a skull they are little better than a burden. A other nation agrees. Two cats thrown over a line with their tails tied together will spit and and scratch and make a lot of noise. l no ucnoa delegates may nig. not be dangling over a line, Every Little Helps but their actions are much the One billion dollars saved! same. Keep the Atlantic between One billion dollars that the us. people will not have to pay out in taxation ! Sir A. Conan Boyle intimates poll One billion that we will not be able to en tical barnacles dollars that able will not be joy cocktails and cigars in the next world. We know now to fatten upon! That represents the amount why so many people are that General Charles G. Daw averse to meeting death. es, director of the budget, has Winning an argument does been able to save the govern not necessarily mean that you ment by insisting that useless are smarter than the other fel waste be eliminated by placing low. Only people with brains the governmental departments are able to recognize their own on a business basis. errors. One billion dollars in one other night. SPECIAL FOR WEEK If pandemonium were to break out in hell it would be a Quaker meeting compared to the uproar raised by those iron barred birds. The night guards didn't know what to do. They sumPOLISHED FOR $1.00 moned the new jailer and he did know. He didn't preach a sermon, KINNAIR0 BROTHERS and neither did he give fatherly advice. He just took a squad of guards, waded into the den, yanked out the ringforleaders one by one, and adminto each a sound dog istered work. ging where dad's slipper used Driving a man to drink is n hard People who are stingy with thanks to hit. An uncrowned queen i fortunate ol when there is none to he had. seldom have an opportunity to ex- In one respect. Her throne doesn't It was effective. Tanlac is a rplendid tonic for puny, tend them. wobble. It is also worth remember purefrail, delicate children. It Captain Henry's last one of the twenty graduate and in playing their most ONE favorite town of Stanford on their ground and defeating them is in keep ing with the high honor of which he will graduate with tonight, he having AUTOMOBILES WASHED AND passed all studio. and examinations. nnd was excused from all except one and that one he received 'J&. Captain Henry in his few well chosen word of congratulation to hi team after the game declared that Stan- ford ami Lancaster were in different clas.es when it came to athletics. GARAGE Shank, of Stanford and Cox, of Lancaster called the game and their decisions were fair anil Just to both sides nnd the? gentlemen were highly congratulated on their clean game Doing nothing is a hard thing to If tome people were paid for of ball that they demanded the playdo, but some people dearly love uch getting they would wn be er of both sides to pull off. is i f I ly vegetable and contains no minerals or opiate.. (It.) Keep in touch with people who There are no shadows on the unnv know and some day you may know'mde of life except those we make J ourselves. Stormes Drug Store. more than they do. Dunn Our community has been made to orrow by the death thl week of Mr, Jesse Dunn, one of our well known Mr. Dunn was stricken citizens. aemc three or four weeks ago with paralysis. Hit recovery was doubt ful from the first though all was done for him that could be done. He gradually grew worse until he paned on at six o'clock Tuetdny morning, May Kith. Mr. Dunn wa born in Mircer county in 1KA7, though hi parents moved to Garrard county when he HI life since then was an infant. has been spent in Garrard except for two short period., which he spent in Middleliro and I'ineville. He was Buggy SALE Saturday, itt a year! On With The Next Thrill It is about time for some one to work up another scare over bolshevists in America. It is now some mouths since the last eruption, and thrills are be coining distressingly scarce. It is a good beginning. Now let's trot Dawes out again and tell him to slash harder and jury. Itugardloss of our optimism, however, there is a certain nasty sting to the breed. Their bite may not cause national death, but the sore festers and becomes a troublesome nuis Evory time a notorious ance. goos to jail a lot of mushy There is, howovw, a mimns mushios bugin to coddle him. of eradicating ovun those littlo Excuses arc sought, maudlin pests. sentiment is created, and in the Let every loyal American end the culprit i.t often turned constitute himself a volunteer loose by a yellow or purchased assistant to the legal authoris one reason why the is debauched with The war failed to insure the future peace of the world. So did the treaty of Vor sailles. So did the league of nations. So did the Washington con ference. And the Guuoa conference is traveling the same road. Somebody is spoiling for an other scrap. schools. Mr. Dunn it survived by hi widow, who wut formerly Mis Elizabeth Parks, nnd three children, O. D. Dunn af New Orleans, Mrs, Eugene llrnd-haw- , "It i one medicine that does nil of thi county and MU Juanita that' claimed for it." Thousands Dunn, n sophomore in the locnl High have said it about Ton lac nnd so will School. He Is nlso survived by one you if you try it. sister nnd three brothers: Mr. (J. T. Storum Drug Kturu. Maker, of Lexington, T. L. Dunn and (It.) C. II. Dunn, of Ilryantsville and D. Mueh of our experience i the re- V. Dunn, of Danville, The symfellow's profit. cult of the other pathy of our whole community goes Tell your socruts broadcast if you out to these most estimable people In their sorrow. don't want pooilu to boNovu thorn. Short service wore conducted by Toll your trtHibtu to your Hoigh. Itov. E. II. llourland Wednesday nf bur if you want him to make hi vis ternoen at three o'clock and inter, Its short. mcnt in the Doty burying ground prune deeper, until there isn't a single barnacle left clinging to the star spangled hide. One billion dollars! Not much but every little helps. a farmer for many year, though since coming to I.aiieiuter some twelve year ago he ha. been a car penter. He wa a member of the Christian Church nnd an Odd Fellow. He wa a vocalist of the old school and is remembered by many of our citizens a a teacher of singing May 20th On thin day us a little courtesy to those needing btiKKit'i. we will oirer you our finest line of BUGGIES reduced BARGAIN PRICE. If you can use a btiKjry it will pay you to visit on the above day. us BEST BUGGIES MADE. BARGAIN PRICES TO YOU. The House of Standard Mercharulioc. HASELDEN BROS. THE WINCHESTER STORE. ities. That country crime. If we can't keep the criminals in jail, why not substitute the mushy mushles and corrupt jurors? That, at least, would be, Whenovor a treasonable ut terance is heard, or a disloyal act is observed .report the facts to the prosecuting attorney and stay with the case until punish ment is inflicted. Disloyalty cannot long sur vive where loyalty is on guard. Foreign nations kould go to work followed. instead of to war. They would live longer and t mere. 1 am deeply grateful for the kindSome people will never consider ness shown my late sister, Mr. the radio perfect until it record the Amanda Coy, by friends and neighneighborhood scandal. bors, especially Mr. Mary l.utz and Don't point your linger at the per- - Mis Salllc Lou Myers, who were parkon with whom you are conversing, ticularly thoughtful and kind. S. M. Turner. He wight Wte it ff. Card of Thanks Saturday Special Choice from assortment of Size Uxl'J, regular price $10.50 San-O-LI- n DruKKets, Sale price $11.93. Positively not sold at this price except on this date. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday, May 8, 922 1 A l I yOU ARE WELCOME AT ALL TIMES BY MAKE OUR STORE YOUR HEAD- QUARTERS, SATURDAY, MAY 20th WILL PROVE THAT THEY CAN OFFER YOU VALUES THAT ARE AS GOOD AS THE BEST AND SELDOM EQUALED BY THE REST. WE NEED YOUR CO OPERATION TO MAKE A BIGGER AND BETTER SHOPPING CENTER FOR LANCASTER. A few more OXFORDS and Suits and Coats EVERY-THING STRAP PUMPS left at the low prices of MILLINERY One lot of 0.00 and $7.."0 Those values HATS at S2.98. THESE GARMENTS ARE $3.85 The One Price store. and $4.85 YOU WOULD ASK FOR IN QUALITY AND WORKMANSHIP. TEN SERGE DRESSES LEFT-YOUNRESTRICTED CHOICE $9.98. UR ? are unusual see them. DON'T FORGET WE ARE OFFERING YOU SPECIAL VALUES IN FLOOR Mr W A Karnau , wrk. a Hot Sprint.'. Ark Mi COVERING. House of Quality. two i j filfir our patrons the choicest articles in GROCERIES, FRESH VEGETABLES and FRESH MEATS at the lowest possible price. The patronage of inv old customers and friends n ill be appreciated. We pay Cash for Kkk. lew urocery rirm iv t Stanford Street. rv w Ivn Hon) wai the gurst SunIn Mr Jonn WaUer, of Winchester, ha been viiting hu .item, Mie Mamie and Hthel Waiter. We h:te a splendid showing of MRS ED HUBBARD, JR 9m Little MIm Mary Mlznbcth Zlmmer, of Lexington, i the gmt of her Mm W. C. Champ and Ml Hatel aunt, Mm. 0. C. Walker. Champ were in Danville Saturday. Mm. John Ha Hard ha returned .Mr Arch Walker ha returned from Morgan, X. after a month from a Vox bunt trip in MslslpBi. vill to her daughter, Mrs. Kdwin Rev anil Mr. Harry Hudsen. Mr. Dnvi and Mr. Davi. ati'i Mr. J. K. Elmore were vMUir Mr. Jim Arnold, of Columbia, S. in Danville Tuesday. C, t here fir a few week. Ui guet C- iter. Mr. Nellie Taylor on Mr. John VanWlHVIf. of Danville, of hi Danville utreer. 5MI t in tancaster Tuesday an day of relative Lexington. Midsummer Millinery j C i and TAILORED HATS, which we are making a bin reduction on, bek'inninn THURSDAY, MAY 18th. Also see our line of HOSIERY nnd ORGANDIES before buying, as we can save you money. ' FRANCIS-SMIT- H Gossip About Ne People Cemjt by 1hM Vit Am InWmKd Mix Minnie ltniwn ha returned 'ii'.iu from a iit in Louisville with r md and relative. Mxrtha Ilettii, of Lexington. of her I mother, Mr. Kiln Ileitis. Mi ha been the rceent guest In. Mr. Harry Towlinton and little f her parent., daughter, are i;uet Mr. and Mr. Vlh, in l.udlow. the Southern llaptbt Canventlon. Slmpion William Dr. iimI Mrt. 13km, f Atlanta, are KUt af Mr. Joan I)unan ami MM Junnie Duncan. Centre Mr. flearne Swimtbrnrtd, with hi CaMe;e, aent the week-ennarenU, .Mr. and Mm. (I. II. Suim brwad. d Mr. anil Mrt. Clay Sutton were vlii. V. K. Illx left tM week fur Kev tora in Lexington Friday. Atlanta, da., where he will attend Mr. John Shwpwa i spending sever! mnmUm in Ashville, N. C. Darn Wheeler Hat returned (rWM a visit to relative In Here. M, ftf Mr. ami viMUr Mr. C. .11 Swtnehroad la Danville Monday. returned Jennie Hhigish n irom ii vfik t frlcml In Louisville. MWs te rwl on buiinef. recently. Mm. Mr. Robert ItrvuM and Mr. HaiMel were vlUr In Danville Ky.. i Ianiel DurUn, Mr. CnMn Mnrgun FatMor, ef in l.atMntr on busi-n- e Dncville. u Mr. Dail Tkama. Mm. Kjibarim hre fur n f Cynthiuna, vktt to her dauth-tr- , and Mr. Thoina I. Hrwn ha a few dayi viiit t her KwlMer, Mr. I.liiie Ctltlur Sinin. Mr. and Mm. Curtli ant) urn, of in I.exiauten. Kiekswond, have been visiting xl frm I.b-ca-M- friend. Mr. Hiram Mr. and Mr. Ct)4 HwUiebtw have J. vMtm in Dan tnhen room at Mr. Sefclor' on ville MHday. Danville avenue. Mia Cnrriu Unite Uwimtw, twieher Mr. lieu l.uoler nod Mr. Tmm En lit .Stnafnl eanl, net the week' Mnn-lauf Danville, were in twd wilk her parent, Mr. and Mr. W. J. Unman. mi huslnos. rcturnml Mr. I.miU Landrant Mm. W. M. 1341 and Mia Mnr-- j Itarei Elliott were in Danville the from a month viit to her iiter, Mr. J. M. Stnui;htn and Dr. StauuhtoH, past week. y Mm. Juhn l'nUet. Witt were II. Mm. lVdk't and Turner ami Mr. C. C. TimI.I ami Tarltun, who have Judge an. I Mm. Trea'lwa. have returned to their home in Tuiumcan, New Mexico. little son, guests of' been in CoviiiKtun. Mr Mm- - I 8 PUBLIC AUCTION Saturday. May 20th AT 2 30 P. M. we wll sell at Public Auction at our Store 100 PIECES OF WHITE ENAMEL WARE consisting of PreservhiK' Kettles, Dish Pans, Tea Kettles, t'ollee Pots. Stew Cups ami Water Htickets. 10 OF SAME THING IN BLUE AND WHITE ENAMEL WARE, 100 Glass Tumblers, 500 pieces Queensunre, consisting of Cups and Saucers, Plates and Howls. He sine to attend this sale and profit thereby. 1 and Mm. Hiram Pendleton, month. Itev. Hunry Kaulconer ami chilJohn Turner and Mm. J. II. Kev. and Mr. Harry Hudson enWitt attended the Soldier' Memorial dren, MatoH, liny ami Charlotte, uf I Mo.ce in Stanford Thur- - ia HilUlmro, Ohio, are pending sever- tertained Thurixlay evening at their honw oh Maple avenue in honor of al day with Mm. W. II. Munvn. j Prof, and Mr. Paul Iloyd with a Mr. Anna Hubble ami daughter, dinner party. Th tablw bad for it Mattie Mae, will leave tomorrew far renter niece a basket of rose and a t.uir home at Hubble, where they delicious four course menu w serv-- t wi f peud the ummer vaeatin. I Marriage license wa iuod at the af DanviNe. etHinty Clerk' otfke in Xtchobiiville Mr. anil Mr. Luther Oibbs gave a Mr. and Mm. Milton RoIIards, of Krandmuther, In llnrkert Abaov. fnriMxr nf Iinrter Monday evening nt their home Danville, are being warmly congratue county and Mi Lucy Hickt, nf were lated upon the arrival of a beautiful in "Hill Court." The guest eounty. Mm. Currry hat rturnml frm little girl. She ha been christened Itev. Robert S. Iloyd, of Kansa City, a viMt to her dnuthter, Mr. Phher Mr. Kmmo Higginbwtham ba Virginia Ilourne. Mm. Hollard be- Prof, and Mrs. Paul Iloyd, Rev. and (Gained in Danville. from Athville, N. C. where fore her marriage wa Miss Angle Mm. Harry Hudson. She months. he rpent the Mr. Nannie White, who hn been nan taken roam winter J. II. Mount, Ilourne. The following announcement apat Mm. real idk, l imptonK and we hpe an Lexington avenue. Mr. J. K. Stormc and Mr. K. II. peared in the Lexington Herald Sunwill iHin be out again. was n visitor iiourland will atetnd the State Con- day. The bride-elec- t Mr. ami Mr. T. K. Watson, who Mr. and Mm. Adelph Jseph ami vention of the Kentucky Women's of Mis Margaret Sexton last year. have ben gueiti of Mm. WatMin' Club, which convenes in Hopklnsvllle "Mr. Anna Wise Dye little daughter, Dorlo Hie. were vii-tt- r uncle.' Mr. Joe Hurntide and Mr. marriage of her Lexington Sunday. next Tuesday evening. Mm. Hour-lan- d announces thedaughter in IIurnride have returned to their president-elec- t of the the Mary Duke Mr. II. K. HuKhe. f Leultvlllf. home In Harlan, Ky. local Woman's Club und will attend to week-enupent the with hi family Mr. John Dwight Fllson Itev. Hubert S. Iloyd. pastor of the the State meeting as the delegate of at the (mine of Mr. Cora Miller. of Chicago and Lexington." I'rosbyterinn church of Kansas City, the local chapter. Jim. Stormes Is Th, announcement was made at n Mr. K. W. Harrit Kai returneil Mo., I spending the week with his one of the eight district governor of luncheon given by Miss I.ula Coch-- . frtmi u viit to hi ton, Mr. Ilandelph brother. Prof. Paul Iloyd and family the State and a such will make a report before the convention and sit rane. at the home of Mm. Mnry Logan. Harrit and Mr. Harri. in Stanford. in many of the Important Committee Friends in Lancaster have received t, Hubert II. Waddle (Hob) of Mm. II. A. A bury, of Chattanooga, meetings. the following announcement, which i meeting in the city today uui ii pleaant vWtnr thin week of They say Mr. Jtdtn M. Duncan ami Mi Jennie with his many friends. Messr. (icorgo Swinebroad, Ed will be of special Interest, n the L.... Ill. I ., .I..I. ....... ,lu . L.. .11. - Prewitt and Charles Cecil HI, return- groom i well remembered as a son Dunenn. wil kmtfc till iltatrict meeting of the W. C. T. U. which ed last night from Carlisle, Ky., nf Hiram Powell, who formerly lived Mr. nnd Mm. Hank Huditm, Mi is in session at the Christian church. where they spent the day. The among u. The announcement reads: Porter HutWn nnl Mr. llanki Hud-xi"Mr. and Mm. K .M. Nicholson Kentucky College for Women will Mm. W. It. Cook, who Ha been announce the marriage of their Jr., of Danvillo, were in send two representative to Winchesdaughter with her mother, Mrs. K .L. Owsley,' Tueday. ter to the State Latin Tournament, Iicthel Clare ha returtusl to her home In Dan-- 1 which will to be held Sunday afternoon. Mr. K. W. Karri ha returned ville. Mrs. Owsley is very much im-- 1 Mr. John C. Powell n, proved from her recent fall much to Mis Leon Hardin, of Montery, will from n pleuNint ttny with her on Wednesday, May the tenth Mr. (ieurge Harrk and Mm. Harris in the gratification of her many friend. enter the second year contest in Ceas-e- j Eleven o'clock Mis Kdith Avant, of Danville, i Nineteen hundred ami twenty-tw- o Atlanta, (leorgia. I Wichita, Kansas." Major W. H. Collier and Mm. Col- will enter the tlrst year tournament. Mi Carrie Miller returned home lier, of Washington City, nre guests' Miss Andru will accompany those Suturdny from Chiirlixton U'wl, Va., for several week of Mr. and Mrs. student to Winchester. Danville The man who ha a good opinion where he hai been visiting her joe K. Ilobinson. Major Collier i Metsenger. tor and brothum. Mi Avant is well known here hav-m- g of himself is easily satisfied. a serious injury he recuperating from A hearty thank you I generally made her home here for cveral S. II. Aldrjilge and family, of Han- sustained in lloston about n month I ago. goo for another favor. years. over, Ind., are (pending the week with friend and relative in (larrard Miss Kmma Doty is visiting her ami Boyle county, sister, Mm. Ceorge Ilegnrd and Mr. Mitot Martha Ward SweuHey and Ilogard, in Louisville. She will be Thelmn Hamilton, tuilotit at Hamil- accompanied home by her aunt, Mr. ton College, Lexington, ipent the llarrlette White, of Nashville, Term., who will be her guct for the summer week-en- d with their parent here. Mr. KoWnMMi pent Sun4ay with hi Mm. K. L (wley. Ck. Jen-nmin- 1 d i ! Som-enc- I.nn-wut- er r. i- ! J , i WELCOME Cww 1 1 I & M 1 i ' U I May J:ird., Kit Mted. Scott Phone 206 i & Ruble Public Square or of her children and grandchildren It was the tlrst time ull had met to gether in fourteen year. Thoe pre-cwere Mr. and Mm. S. II. A! William H. Lackey hat been pointed Potniatcr at Hlack Joe, dridge and fumily, Hanover, Ind., Mr. llurlan County, Kentucky. ThU new ami Mrs. Steve Hill of Danville, Mr. i read with a great deal of interett ami Mr. J. K. Snmler ami family, of Hubble, Mr. and Mm. Henry Sanders, a Mr. I.ackuy wai one of our nuw, and a brother af Mr. D. of Hyattsvllle, Mr. and Mm. Charlie Sander and family, ef Lancaster. flulley. and Mr. Harry Hudson, Mr. Mm. Luther Cibb entertained at Mm. J. K. Klmar were dinner her heme in "Hill Court" Thuraday Hugonia with an elegant Ax o'cloek dinner in gucitft Tueday of .Ml and Salliv Leo Young in Danville. William Ilobinson honsir of Mm. Cook, of Danville, who hn been the Mm. Joe KniHci Price, who w guest of her mother, Mm, K. I. operated on at Uie Danville ami UoyU Owley The Uble had detration bn reverol hjiH-- t County IliHwlial. wink and white neonlos ami a nx cientl) to he remavod t her home. of course menu wn sorvinl. There will bo and let1 Cream and Mm. Sallie Sander entertained ut Strawberry supper ut the Plouiant elegant dinner last Sunday in honevening an Church yard Tuesday Hi'V, un-- l Lancaster next Saturday, jjet your tol c.it a kooiI dinner on the square, d.M. furnished by the progressive business people of the best towt: in Kentucky. .Make our Store headquarters. Plenty of ice water and a place to rest. bacco FRESH FISH 10 PER POUND WHILE Irove SEE OUR LINE TIRES AND HERE. TUBES I'M. Kverybody in- - ut Sanders Variety Store Cabbage and Tomato Plants for sale. The Red Front LANCASTER, KY. I.an-ratt- r i ' ' The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, May 18 1922. HHIIimillHtmHttllHIIIIIIIIIIi: A Little Ramble r AUSTIN FLEET CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK , EDITORIAL Dollars and Sense THE VALUE OK HOME BUYING SHOULD HE EVIDENCED JOSEPH'S EXCLUSIVE LADIES OUT- - SALE OF LAND CAKKAttD CtUCriT COl'KT. I'latntilTs, Willie Tankersley, et al, Vs. Fannie Tankersley, now Fannie Koop, Defendant. Pursuant to a judgment rendered at the March Term, VT2, the under-signe- d Commisloner will sell nt pub-li- e llllltllltlllllllltllllllllllllllllllltlllllllll.r Coprrltht, llll, vtrn Ntwip.p.r tn:n 's "Sir. llrnmwell, meet mjr friend. Mr, Johnson," mild Mr, I In) tic. "Mr. Jutiu-sonnn Englishman." "I'm always pleased to meet representatives of your Illustrious country," aid Mr. llrnmwell, sitting down In the hotel lobby uml scraping hlr Jaw. "On buslnessr "No, Just h little pleasure tour," Mid little Mr. Johnson wearily. Tin; others exchanged glunce unil I la studied Mr. Johnson ultcntl liail tlx appearance uf a retired trades-mnn- ; lie was mild, meek and Inoffensive alm small. "Vou see," said Mr. Johnson, "I mad) my pile In the drapery line, nod I thought I'd give myself the pleasure of a long trip to America. I'd always wanted to nee your great country." "Oh, we enn show you the town.' ssld Mr. llrnmwell. "I wonder, Ilaynes, vi-l- THE BANK THAT ALWAYS TREATS YOU RIGHT. ZEN. TO EVERY LANCASTER CITIkeeping of Lancaster money in LancasThe FITTERS ONE PRICE OUR and QUALITY ter should rciiuiro.no urging nor argument. DOLLAR WILL NEVER ROLL BACK YOUR WAY IF YOU START IT OUT OK TOWN. You have bid goodbye on a long journey to some other community whose Loyal Citizens will anchor it forever. IT IS TIME TO STICK UP FOR LANCASTER. If our hearts are here our dollars ought to be. And the way to keep them here is TO SPEND THEM HERE. Boosting a town requires something else besides sentiment and talk. That something else is action and lots of it. A ROLLING MOTTO. C.K. ENGLE GROCERIES EVERYTHING AND NOTIONS. KINNAIRD BROS. Dealers In auction to the highest and best bklder, before the Court House Door in I.nnciMter, Ky., at 11 o'clock, A. M., or thereabouts, on MONDAY, MAY 'J'.'nd., 1122. DODGE BROTHERS CARS, GOODYEAR MOTOR TIRES, THE BEST. the real estate mentioned In the pleadings nnd described as follows: In Carrard County, Kentucky Tract No. 1. Ileginning at the South side of Harmon's Lick Creek, at a stone, a new corner, with the road U(i the hill. S. 15 i. K. Ti poles, S. TUBES, ACCESSORIES Id m. 73, 1!. 5 poles, S. 47, K. K. lti poles, poles, S. 76 3-- ".N'o, no," said Ilaynes. "Mr. Johnson wouldn't want to consider" "It's n great opportunity," suld Mr. llramwell. "I'm going to let him In. Mr. Johnson, Ilaynes nnd I are looking for a partner In a Mire thing. The we don't quite know you trouble you set1, dishonesty Is so rampant over whether" J. F. HOLTZCLAW HOUSE FURNISHINGS l, BUY EVERYTHING YOU EAT OR WEAR IN LANCASTER. HIRE NO LABOR BUT LANCASTER LABOR. Employ no service but that performed by a Lancaster concern. This is action. REAL, TANGIBLE COMMUNITY-BOOSTINACTION. G R. H. BATSON'S CASH STORE CLOTHING, SHOES AND j here." ".Vo more than In my country," suld Mr. Johnson briskly. "I enn tell u crook by his face. What's this busi- "Everything For The House." ness?" "Extracting gold from the city waWe've dister," said Mr. llrnmwell. covered that there's an ounce of gold All In every hundred tons of water. you lime to do Is to turn the faucet onto a mrrcurlzed plate and let It run. We're got the chemist's usuy. The trouble Is, we want another JsV") for our plant." "I've got I5.IMV suld Mr. Johnson wearily, putting his hand Into Ills "Never trust a bank. They jiocket. burst, you know." liaynes and Ilramwell breathed hard. "If this Isn't the do ;nnest " begun "Why, Ilramwell and I Mr. Ilaynes. have each brought &,(. U here tonight to meet the assayer later. Hut I guess you wouldn't want to come In, Mr, Johnson." "Try me," ssld Mr. Johnson, briefly. "Vou wouldn't trust us. How can we Inspire confidence In each othert" asked Mr. Ilaynes. "See here," said Hramwell, "suppose each of us stays hero In turn and bands bis tf.MS) to the two others. They walk round the block with It and then return, to prove their hon esty. I guess that's too hard to teel you, though. Johnson)" "Well, I would like one of you gen tlemen to stay here first," Johnson ad mltted. It was quickly arranged that Ilaynes should wait In the hotel lobby, while Ilramwell and Johnson walked round the block with his money. Ilaynes produced his roll. "Let Mr. Johnson curry It," be suggested. "I'm agreeable," unswered Ilramwell. liujnes delivered bis $5,000 Into the hundu of the Kngllshman. "I've ubsolute confidence In both of you," he said. Ilramwell und Mr. Johnson had u nice little stroll round the block. "Ueally, you Amerlcuna ure wy trustful people," suld Mr. Johnson. "And why Y' usked Ilramwell. sir, we huven't the poverty, the Incentive, crime tlmt exist In your grcut, but effete country you'll purdon luej" "Of course, because It's true," said Mr, Johnson. When they came bark It was arranged that Mr. Johnson und Mr. Ilaynes should stroll round the block with Mr. llramweU's money. "Lot Mr. Johnson curry It," Mr. Ilramwell suggested. "I'm agreeable," answered Iluyces. '' Mr. Ilaynes und Mr. Johnson bad a nice little stroll. "I think you Americans ure wonderful," suld Mr. Johnson. "Vou wait till we get our gold plunt In order," unswered bis companion. "Vou're sure you trust us!" usked Mr. Ilaynes, as Johnson bunded him bis roll. "Absolutely," answered Mr, Johnson. Mr. iluyne and Mr. Ilramwell did not stroll round the block. They took a taxi to the I'ennsylvunlu terminal. "Two to Scrunton," cild Mr. Ilramwell. And suddenly lie turned pule and caught his friend by the unn. "Stung!" be bellowed, lingering the roll nf lill: that .atr. Johnson bud given him. "Whatr yelled the oilier. "Snides, every one of them I That shark was wise to us!" Ilaynes cursed softly. "That leaves us w litre we were!" "It don't I lie took the good $100 bill oft the top of your roll and mine! Two hundrvd out' Here, you!" ha was addressing the booking cleric, "change these tickets; make them two to Philadelphia Instead!" "IU-cuu- se, Hlgh-Stspps- Try it awhile, friends, and see how good it makes you feel to know that you are doing your full civic duty to Lancaster and its business, commercial and laboring interests. THE SEEMING INDUCEMENTS HELD OUT TO YOU BY OTHER TRADING CENTERS IS NOTHING BUT BAIT TO PULL YOUR DOLLARS THEIR WAY. The commercial glad-hanthat is extended you will only be held out AS LONG AS YOUR DOLLARS HOLD OUT. The interest they have in you is nothing but a selfish commercial interest founded on nothing but a cold, calculating dollar basis. If you will stop and think you will admit this is so. d GENTS FURNISHINGS. I J. E. DICKERSON AND SON LADIES WHERE FRANCIS-SMIT- H MILLINERY AND NOTIONS. OUTFITTERS THE THOUSANDS SHOP. Our Stock is kept alive and Our prices are right. Our aim is to fill your wants. e. . F. B. MARKSBURY AND COMPANY EAT MORE Don't knock. BREAD when you can net George Washington Hour made from selected soft winter wheat unexcelled for fine THESE OTHER TRADING CENTERS COULD HAVE NO POSSIBLE INTEREST IN THE ADVANCEMENT AND CIVIC SUCCESS OK LANCASTER. And Lancaster is nothing more or less than a name for its citizens which includes you and ourselves. LANCASTER BUSINESS MEN TO BE FOR THEMSELVES, HAVE TO BE FOR LANCASTER. Public Square Phone 184. HOTEL KENGARLAN Mr. A. F. SanJers, Manager. Their commercial transactions are warmed by this mutuality of interests and should be evidence that you have much in common. Much to cause you TO GIVE THEM YOUR 100 PER CENT PATRONAGE IN SUPPORT. Think it over. cakes, biscuits and pastry. Groceries, Cigars, Tobacco, Candies, Fruit. An excellent Restaurant in connection. Take your Sunday 6 o'clock dinner with us. ginning, upptd to contain 15 acres more or less. Tract No. 2. ileginning at a red oik en the present line between grantor and J. II. Tankersley; thence running Southeast acrss the rtdge to a take on the North side of the road running from old Itichmond road to Fall Ick; thence along the North side of this road to the North gate posts; thence with the present line between Stlgail and Jas II. Tankersley t the beginning, corner, containing 10 acres more or ies. and The sixteen fxt roadway bordering on the property is reserved according t tin- - deed from Kva St gall to James II. TankrWy. Tract No. S Ileginning at two buckeye sprouts at the corner of the party of the first part's field; thence running with the fence up the hilt eastward to a white oak; thence n round under the knob with an "Id path to a white oak, corner, it being a corner to the land of Jack Davis HeiM and tne party of the first part in this transaction; thence southward to the line of Davss Heirs to a htckry and dogwood, a line of J F. Stlgail to David Coilett's line; thence with Cotlett's tine to the begmn.ng, containing 20 acrs more or less Oat of the above i reserved a 20 foot scope for the benefit of J F Stigall's Heirs as set forth n the deed to Mid James Tankersley. The purpose of Mid sale is to divide the proceeds thereof among the joint owners of same. - poles. South 50, K. 7 poles to a white oak stump on the Hast side of said road, N. 17. W 88 of James yoles to an elm buh in lineline on top thence a straight of blulT to a stone, a new corner on top of the llutT; thence 13 poles 5H feet to a stone South of an elm pointer 17 Kls and It feet lo the be29 K. ft .t4. Fast tl pole. South , Seasonal Tip Prtr Oarr1nt-As soon as the cutting; a , II. Mclntver, It it said. One will use a four-yea- r rotation ani' lnt" other a live year one, ltoth demonstrations involve 75 acres. H. fanner PLAIDS , AND FRINGES j Observing a lady amazingly with glittering ropes and bauds at the opera the other evening, our mind reverted to a remark made by An the empress of Austria. l ambassador having expressed admiration of her beautiful Jewels, sh tiild: "When they bring them to uss I feel like a horss that Is going to be saddled." Ua You've guessed It Frs-ZUs. (mi TranjcrJfL The movement to standardize over for asparagus, cultivation- - vtasmngton county poultry nocks should be started and continued as! with one breed was carried to many long as there is no danger of break- - farms of the county during the past Ing off the tops. In the fall, the spring with the distribution of 784 settings of purebred hatching eggs tops should be cut nnd burned. In order to have plants for trans- - by the county llarred Plymouth Hock 9 H tl i. fe planting about the last of July, it association. County Agent It. M. cabbage Heath reports. The eggs will be is necessary to have late seed .own by June 1st. Flat Dutch, paid for in the fall by the return of Louisville Drumhead and Succession one pullet for each scttingofeggs. are good late varieties, according to! Approximately bOO other settings of Uncle Eben. gardeners at the College of Agricul- eggs from the me breed were sold P "Oar's mighty few people." s.nld ture. Late plants should be ct directly for $1.00 each. 'tide i:i'n. "diit ilon'l bel'eve iW'S about two feet apart in rows that Further steps to eradicate the' nt:tliil to sympntby; tin m'chty few I I it won't resent It, If you otters It too are from two to three feet apart de- scrub breeding cattle uf the county pending upon the kind of cultivation recently were taken by Oldham counthat is to be practiced. Horse cul- ty furmer when five of them purtivation requires that the plants be chased pure bred steers at the pure "Colleen" and -- Mavourneen." In Inl.iinl n girl Is called u bred sire sale held ut Louisville, set about three feet apart. "Mavournevn" Is the Irish Sweet potatoes can be set in the CountV Atrent Cordon II. N'anr.- - invi term of WHlinrtiiont for u girl or Held almost any time after May 15th. After realizing more than $15,000 ,,, t VafMin Mr,, ,nlorn, ssoiwm I 'i oilier words, the Irish for The plants are set about 15 inches on cucumbers raised as a sideline in the lend for M.rt skirts, but tin y " "tmeWlieiirl apart on ridges that are from three last year, farmers In the McQuudy huve some competition In plntd nnd und one-hato four feet apart. community of Hreckinridge county checked patterns In nil skirt materials. True Oreatncss. 100 to 170 are planning to continue the project Checks with fringed edses, are reml Is great who has the tinhlts This crop requires from lie only this year, County Agent II. M. nlcent of shtiwls und they maku many days in which to mature. who. ufter performing it new- - models of In which Failure to et the plants deep (ireetie says. About 20 acres uf the the smart .U i none In ten thotiHimd could uc---:frlngle Is substituted for a hem at lih. pusvs on like Samson, mid enough Is n common mistake made in! cucumbers will be planted. Farmers the bottom of the skirt und ntso finishi either futher nor mother of It." transplanting tomatoes to the Held. in the same community also will es the patch A skirt of this I iiwilcr It does no harm to pull otT a few of plant abuut 15 acres of cabbage as kind appears In the picture above, cut on simple lines and bating a septhe lower leaves and set the plants an additional cash crop project. Strength In Proportion, arate belt of the mater'.nl. These us much as five Inches deep. This It Is lliu)sllile to impie tile strongfringed materials nre particularly placet the roots in soil containing est nnlinul sliiee some of the siiialleit One's Idssls. smart In the new wrapped skirts with lliimanltv never rlos nhoto Its the fringed edge iirruiiged to run from Imve more strength In proor-tlo- more moisture than that found near Uliiit ought to be Is nlv;ijt belt to hem. to their weight tlinn the very the surface nnd thereby increases IdesiN. above anil Imyond what Is. largest Did- ul Alt urit for Itutaiiiv, the bearing season of the plants. I'nless. Sport skirts und street skirts jre a may carry a load fifteen or twenty Ily planting the seed about May however, we liuto before us the vlion longer we.--e, the regutimes Its own nclisht. while mi ele- lHth., it is possible to have celery of something better, uts im never little lengththan they lation being from six to eight phant could scarcely drug twice Its plunts to set out about July 1st. rise iiboe what we are. Inches from the Moor. Flannel In v eight. plain colors. In stripes and plntds. Is a Since the seed Is slow to germinate, Llstenl It I lo.ftt to tilntit it finlv nn fttll tlint Willi was very costly when rival for prunella mid other clotb. EXCURSION jls in good condition anil barely cover first Introduced. As lute ns the end of the KIglitMMiilt lentiiry when an owner Visiting the Sick. cover the box with cheesecloth until wns lorn Inn n Incite te ndwrtlM-An Atchison doctor claims more penamong lb iIiIiik which be to after germination takes place, care sell or lo and return slelc ivt the iier on the mills. ile are visited to -deh. wherlioi,e than being taken to see that the seeds have via lie from neglect.i, Brooklyn jgle. plenty of ventilation and water when-eve- r $2.85 L. & N. $2.85 needed. Beware Dirktn Fish Ouwi. Further reduction for children. On the ixilnldc of your goldfish howl We two Home News paint the bottom and about green inches huntingpositively willofnot permit fox! May 21st, 1922 any character. or h'mting ubove the bottom In dark mlnt. Special train will leave LanThis uilds greatly to the comfort of or trespassing on our farms. Any your pets. They will nut I so violators will be persecuted caster 5:39 A. M., returning Many points relative to soil build- wildly but seek the Itottoin ami rest. will leave Fourth St. Station, J. S. Schooler, Edgar I'nce, V. A. Very built of Cincinnati at 6:30 P. M. Cen- ing and crop rotation are expected rough pretty ull.- esm be (choosltij Price, Joe Crisclllis, T. J. Price, It. pebbles, and eeuielit tral Standard Time, (7:30 P. to be brought out in Meade county a ceiiivnt that w u.i d ufletfted by L. Elkln, 1J. M. Lear, It. L Barker M. City Time.) by two demonstrations bvlng. conduc- water) projection, nook Uiid tunnels It. F. Parson, Marinda Longsworth, For futher information con- ted by fanners who are will Im appreciated by t rish. to)s J. P. Uland, and Hughes Ilros. (Other names will be added unonl with the College of Agriculture ex. and girls, too, will tlnd lanfenu them a sult Local Ticket Agent. (5.1t-2t.- ) tension division' and County Agent pleasure. the payment of 20 cents) (tf.) season is ssVMSSEiBa3 f 1, The sale will be made on a credit of six and twelve month;, and the purchaser will be required to execute bonds with approved security for the purchase pnee, payable to V. II. Drown. Master Commissioner. due in six and twelve month respectively, with interest at six per cent per annum from date until paid, hav-inthe force and effect of a judg- ment upon which execution may is. sue, and a lien will be retained up on me lanu until me purchase money is paid. TF.lt.MS. O. II. Master Com- mtssioner Garrard C rcuit Court. Swinebroad, Atl'y. for 1'l.Ts. W. H. Hrown, Monty That Intoalcstts. The honey M.uin.-- I n rl . Link, nf the Knrdirste is ,.f m, IIMUIT 'I JBH. TmisCT rrrr t Green Clay Walker Law And Real Estate ately or at auction. Office over J. VV. Smith's Store. Money to loan on farms. List your farm for sale priv- "col-leen- S fHff! s s M. S. HATFIELD DENTIST Office lf os.r Phoo.s Ths Carrard Offic. 8. LANCASTER. Bank. R.sld.nco 376. KENTUCKY. s ixx-kel- DR. J. J. BYRINE OPTOMiri'KIST tj I'rac e limited diagnos.ng and correc'ing defects of Kyesight bv tv.e fitt.ng of proper glasses. DANVILLE. KENTUCKY. 8 to 12 and Iium-cI- n per Office Hours Opposite Gilcher Hotel. to S p.sm. CINCINNATI, OHIO di-l- r.-l Ali-'iis- J. A. lieazlev MINERAL DIRECTOR Olllre Over National llank. ,t,IJnM lllc. I'hone 27 LANCASTEK. KY, Hunters Sunday, Farm And From Over Kentucky 'h" " " siu Or. Primus Calls Answered Walker VETERINARIAN. Nljbt. 1 Proaiptly Day or I'lioot 317. KENTUCKY 1 xtit: '.rtr The Central Record. I.ancastoi, Ky. .Thursday, May 18 1922 Bts! way to par for HOME. Bfitllnmlieenllfor SURI'LUS HNES on City Properly only. Ask (he man who has payed for his home through (he Uuildlng and Loan Association $1,000 TO LOAN Ilaerle n, It. J. Kngle, Hobt. llaiyin, LIST OF '( D. I'awell, 8. .V. I)ai, It. K. SUBSCRIBERS Speak. Henry Mnore. W. F. Champ, II II .Collyer. HaMin, It. To The fieri Ctom Itoll tall Clinton Crumlui. Halfh Meal..., , U ther . Pytnn. A. A. K. Yel-- t. K. Mark-bnry- , Shows .Many Friends In The County Th Mr. Lock Manuel, Harrod-mirj- t Ice and frndnee Co., John Itan lian. Mi UUian Kinnaird, .Mn. Owilty. Mr. F. B. Marnafctiry. Ki-le- who a fyat o ta fololwin it a.lly itnvo tot the )ait Red CroM l'...:i Call to holn cany on tho ComCounty. munity Worn in (Jarwrd Myllti. tikmt In. 'I'. Mils Sue Shelby Miicn, Stclj-Tr- r J. E. Robinson, PfCJtdtnl. ....J as. tr I of an csBonao to th t ounty. the work I norhapa th irrontort for hwilth and ckanllne that v MT. H HURON la rvcr hovn otTortd to tko citiaon Mr Charlie Cliwforl nd mother, of any community. L. 0. IMTldKn. H. C. Drany, J. Mm. W. S. Howling 11 on the tick of Sulphur Wei:, wire here in ItM. Mr. Wm. Crawford lat weoh. K RlmofT, It. K. .McKoWtU. John W. A. U4 at tM I Mr. llanry Hnilt bauprht af Mr. .McltnKarii. P 11. William, Mr. I.. N.Thonip llchrHi. J. C. Unman. W. A.. 111. L. Montgomery it bnaeh af mitt writing. Kaman, S. C. IUlaVn. J. 11. Ilal-di'Hper In. for Jnly delirery at Mr. Karl (ir wn in Htapp, W. . ttoodlo. Kmm ami KnU llohaclaw, Mis Thuriy. Jddnt) C M. Tmtdwny, Jvoto Sun-doGilbert Crock wera here for th Praer errieM tab) waeh will We! Prieo T. Smith. Hit. K. H. Ilajr Satarday nltrht and were guest conducted by Bro. T. J. Snpkcr. Ilourlaml, Hov. W. K. Hix, Iter. II. of Mr. Kd.l Grow. S. HuiNon. Htv. W. A. Itmiy. Her. Mr. J. it. Dana told to Mr. Mr. Arthur MontHonMiry and famprtee tflft. L N. ThoM(MMi, Iter. X. II. Vnunp. Mtfer a mw and ily, and Mr. Hunter Kay spent Intt Her. Willie lloim.J. It. Spark. Mi It. A. and Jo Duncan, of Saturday and Sunday with her staler, Bryanttville, were at their farm at Mr. Mnrrion Downey, noor L.xlng-Ur- Annie Atutin, Mr. Tho. AuHin. Mia Minnie Itrown, (ieorge Kith. J. Lock S. Saturday. II. Wood. Wm. Corntt, II. I.. I.uee. Mr. and Mrx. W. N. Grow, of "Tile .Vetera MlttHror glrn by J. T. ItRHey, Will Itanvy, Jhn IUU, nt Hill wot with Mr. ant) Mr. W. Knckeye School at the ehool auditor-ittJ. C. Itlpvby, U. (1. I'riMton, Kurt L Crw Saturday. hrf, Kattrday mirht wta much HrtMiduf, II. P. llroadu. Cronley Mim Simpson, of I'iMir Itiilc. wai enjoyed and well attended, About Ilroadut, It. II. Mc.Murtry, J. A. llear-ley- . 00 wa realized. uf the J. J. Walker. Sr.. J. J. Walkrr. tir. Mr Speed Jr . M. II. Ciiron, J. K. Turner, Mr. J. A. A mutt, II. C. KauiTmwn. Mi Krankie Knuirman, J. F. llitlti-tlaw- , Mr. I. V. N'nylor, Cilb I.ny- Cnpilnl $50,000.00 ton, Allen Morn. W. A. Crant, J. Surplua $60,000.00 K Hammond. Mr. A. K. Walker, Honor Roll Bank. Mr. Oro. II. HoMnon, Jnme Clark, I Logan ThomttMHi. J. K. TVomn, 4 per cent pnid on time Mr llourne. MIm So Hie l.utz. Mh posit. Cnll nnd lee Mattie l.utz, Mr. and Mi. J. Htk'H J J. Walker, Preidcnt. IlnlUrd, HuMell llrown. Dr. II. C. t. F. Champ, ltor. Mr. II. C. Hoe. Mr. It. A. O. H.cney, Au'U to the President. Dawe., MI-.illnh Dnwe. Mi Lancaster Building & Loan Ass'n .,,!., a-- Fannie Ken. Ml Hettey Wet, Jane Doty, Mi Mary Doty, Mr. hVttle Landrnm, Mr. Noll Taylor. Lee Itavan, Imno Stnpp, Mi Bettie Wcat, F. S. Horhe. Mr. Wm. 8wope. A. K. Walker, Geo. II. I Cabin ton. (o. D. ilobinwn, John Simp-tuMl-. Mim n. ' Lrmgti et. KaHtfman, Ml Helen ti.'.l. Mil Mart , a filll. Mr. Naomi Hamilton, (i. X. d. The Parity. Mr. W. A. Price, W. H. Maoon, Kd Chandler. Mr. and Mr. Fred Prtabie. Frank ThomnMn, Pro-feHoyd. K. L. Barton. Kd The Ijineatter Craded Sehool. 11. Swin-broaPer-kint. Mr. No family is well fed without ice Kart Mi Rlita Ion. Mi Margaret Hob-ineoHur-nett- r. Mr. ot, Jb n. Mr. Mm. John Tribble. .Mi Arnold, Fork BaptiM Church. Mr. A. T. Sctm, K, C. Goine. Karnati. Mite Irene, AldrWee. Paint Lick MethodUt Church and ColUi A man. There may hare been a number who Bar in thi Itoll Call whoee name do not appear. The Central Kecord will be triad to print thie namct If tent to the ottice. e Ken-nidy JUST as true in Spring as m midsummer. food may not spoil so fast, but it ipoik. Above 50"milk is unsafe; meat loses its appetizing flavor; eggs and butter dctc rioratc. To feed a family well, raw food must be kept at its best. If it is the least bit stale, the flavor suffers; if a littld more stale, the nourishment is impaired; after a dayor two it spoils, becomes a menace to health. why run such risks when ice costs so little? A few cents a day keeps the rcfrigcr' ator full and your food in prime condition. gui r lis Ordinance The City Council of the City of do ordain a follow: It hall be the duty of any and all peroM operating or dririnic a motor rehlele or any other kind of rehicle on the public aquarr or on any of the 4rrU of the City of Iaineaiter to drire nme at all tinted to the Un-caet- BASTIN BROTEERS MEMBER NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF ICE INDUSTRIES rUJitd to Punty, Full UVudt, CmJ Smu u. do right. II.-It- ie I I)avidon, Caihier. J S I F (. M ", Ailtant Cahier, trr, Au.s'ant Caihier. (iulley. Mr. llelle Tomlinon. Mary .Mr. II. Cunningham. Mia f CITIZENS i Mri Xacmi Hamilton, Teller. Davi. Mr. Napo l'nce. Mr. W. It. NATIONAL LANCASTER. KY BANK. Hurton. t!la Carrier. W. S. Carrier. Mr. Joe l'nce, Kdwnrd l'nce. Nhm l'nce, N. Cotton, Sam Cotton. Joe l'nce, Sim Anderon, Dick AndemHi, Theo Currey, Conn ilro., Samilee Herron, J. II. Hamilton, Harry Itain- - It thall h!m be the duty of all This operator of motor rehicle. to ound n emblem ii horn when approaching the of another street or crowing; and no cart shall be ran with the cut out open, within the city limit. Any peren violating any of the provision of thi ordinance hall be lined not Icm than one dollar nor more than twunty-llv- e CUNNS CHAPEL dollar. Thi ordinance to be in eiTect from and after it paage nnd publication Mr. Harlan Davi ha been ill. a required by law. Mr. John Scwell continue ill. inter-fectio- your protectien Mr. Hillie Kurtz wn a gueit of Mr. Paul Stapp, of Lancaitcr, Friday, and Saturday and took the Sth. grade Corner Public Square and Danville Street J. i, Sutton, T. 1'at Mr- Henry'. Simpon, H. Whittnker, T. it. Han- -' Oabel Kin, W. Kelley, Jock Hay, Arnold, .Mr. J. I). Culley. J. K. Hob-- NINA pelit latt week with her aunt, at thit place. Mim Jennie Cobb Mr. and Mr, Otear Prewitt wa the ItuoH of Mr. and Mr. Hubert Long . r andMr. Je..e I'rnthe r were in Her. Sunday to e Mr C!niton An .)er,on. who operated on Thur- da, IIdo,K mcely. w. - "u ,)r.M- a"Mti ?1,,MtJ"1W ",""' ?n M,,,rr! ,U'n ' Walker, Jp K'n ,Ju'''' (,!Ut - "'""', 1Kl',Ujr',1Mr!; u.,Sw""' b- - r" L. 1 M. WuimU. 'Jenkini, Strangf, it True SeHfMr a J Sunday. Mm fernon mr iihrr the af-- tf Inllie reinbT mr ueiClilHfr' little Xilla Mai- Hume .... . I,, I .I of her Mr, Mm. Wll. raon - Jennie Scott, ,i... u i, - in.. ... lie An.leron. -r - nall clolie of the lai.i.v write u rth -- get - jr I.. l.r ! I'. llland. W. O. Hlgney, Protcott llrown, Judge Chat. Hardin, Green Clay Walker, Cox. M. S. Sw.mbroab, Karl 'hhU Humiide, J ury ... , ui Mr. Clayton and children tpent Odd Number Ma.cullne. Sunday night with Mr. and .Mr. Wil- I ,eefilli: i nU urn lent l.e. Hi lie Anderson. huiiiImy re UHiMnillHe, the eren nuinn.f were In Mtie Addle and HlTW WHHam fctntnlne. Tl. " " "l" '"'J' "- -Mr. Jm- were guet of their "" Pr.ther Sunday. li - fatal nniiii.r Ihlilc.-.Air. anil .Mr. Jonnlr iiakit pcni Saturday night and Sunday with Mr. Proof to the Contrary. and Mr. Hill King. O.hl tiling nln.ul ynnnlHi; the (lecMr. and Mr. Floyd Hay and two tor a) It i uud l u deltrli'iu y In f iir (i the lime and yit rhildron. ipent Sunday with Mr. and lhi mi(I i t .m,"i III. I )illlllli Mr. Andy Matlock. lifti .miii' i iHiiuHiig "lit air" TrwHM-rlid- . Mi Cora Fletcher ami brother, Into IiImi ' Jvnei, tpent latt week with their A Holy Trytt. Mri. Clayton Andvrion. A many people ore aware, muM ( Mr. and Mr. Ilenr Fletcher and the older Mreet III .Montreal are children were gurtt of her parent. imiih.M alter caliil. male and female. Mr. and Mr. Hill Foley Friday. wogrehe Yankee hu a t) ideal Mr. and Mm. Charlie I). Prather AinerlrMti drug tire ut the corner of and daughter, ipent Sunday with her two ..f thete .tr.ei. Mini ItiM Hiiiiiiiier he put the Mloiiu mkii In hi wintarentt. Mr. ami Mr. Charlie Helton. . Mr. Chiyton Andaman anl two rrram bi Tii' St Thomm St rhildrtn, .Mr. and Mr. Willie Ander-o- n lli.rver" Mug-and daughter, Mn Willie Prath- - ol t- tr, "" - n - i 1 For Sale Privately administrator of the estate of H. II. Tomlinson, deceased, we oirer for sale privately, the followinp;: Aa I THE TOMLINSON HOME ON RICHMOND STREET This is one of the most desirable homes in the city; lnre one acre; house of eiuht rooms, two halls and all out necessary; also nice small homo just across the streot residenca and very suitable for small family. The property mU joining the store of Goodloe and Walker Ilrothers, in the Northwest corner of the public square; also Ave houses and some vacant lots on Iluckeye street. The above property will be sold on reasonable terms and at reasonable prices and will be Kind to show any df this property nt any time to those interested. Good Will, Great Need, flood will that tack anion !x like Thinking well faith without work. mini ilolnic well lo bring rc.iilt. 'Hie bM- U there I lualn lot of er, Tandy Center, Luther Hroaddut, lutMll trouble ii nd ila) little doing, too thin!.. ii.' for buiUliiiKS Harry Tomlinton, Mn. Ilettie Wet, the wlxde t'.crid I . rjiOg fi gimd wllls.i..enei cnirletl lo pmetleol re-lfrom the J. C. Xeviu. Dick Lackey, C. W. Km-nair- d, Dave Thomn, J. K. ;Sturme(, Shirley HuiUon, .Mn. Lucy Ilud.in. I'aul Morrow. Julian Ander- " .nieron, Uire aanuer, m. tar- jonn union, .v i. seoit, ter, Kd Hughe, Janie Clark, Sr., W. It. Haitln. C. M. Deaa, Jetie Culley, II. M. Kurt, J. E. Dlckerson, Hob-eTomllnion, Newell Fot, J M. Far-r11. F. Hidticlnw, T. I.. Under-wooT. L. Yanti.. T. J. Price, A. I' Sanden, It. Ijiwmhi, Ed (lalne, 1. K. Perkint, I.ancaiter (Irmlod School, Fork HaptUt Church, Mr. A. T. Scott. Allic Lear, Mr. Victoria lAndereun, Ml. Lucretia Skinner, Mr. nnd Mm. Wm. Lear, Mr. N. Mcdrath, Mim Julia Held, Mitt .Mary Itucker, Mr. Itucker, V. A. . Lear, .Mr. It. S. a . II rown, It .hit, i.vo. annul, a. U lla-Mm. J. I. Hamilton, .Mr. Tom Kn, j Wherritt, Mn. Hubble, Mn. Geo. llrown. Mn. J. It. linn-Men-. Tom K.itg, Mr. P. M. Lear. J. I Cold- iron, .Mr. II. J. Patrick, .Mr. Hubert Walker, Edward KnUton, Morrit Todd, Mm. Ju. HoyUton, Mr. Med I .Mr. Hlce Woodt, Mr. and .Mi. A. jll. Wynn, J. X. Denny. "!he- Her ring, S. It. Sanden, Harry Frnnci, J. L. Gadberry. T. C. Hankin. J. T. jSrott, Mr. and Mr. It. II. H.iton, Sarah Wilmot, Mi Hood, Mr. W. A. Fnrnau, Sutton, Addle Cricil-ilD. Joteph. I'aul Elliott, C. M. Thompson,, Mr. and .Mm. Dne llervey, Ike Duncan, Wm. Miller, .Mu Ethel Woltern, L C. (iulley, . Smith. Mr. Ju. W. Smith, Ju. Hilton, Chat. Doty, Hubert Shearer, Ed Hum, It. I.. Klkiii, L. I). Hauey, A. D. Haney, A. I). Dyehouie, Dr. Wm. Elliott, Pete Walker, Wm. Cole Hick, II. 0. Ilrookt, Joe Hurnnde, Sr., .Mr. Clara Prath- i. rt a, d. . A .nltft fpnt..lln hi fli.. iiiti. llp.f lahli u twihplece affair Till new arrival In which a kleevelet coat I worn with n tklrl to umtrh mid n lilnil'e, Ukunlly of cre or other IIU. made I In one with the klrt. The dre complete In Ittelf and ciiii he worn ulthout Ihe cont. Hut tonie women i I'Ject to going cnatle on the ttreet. and ihl mil til their need. The model pictured nf polret twill with hloue of crepe de chine. e Silk embroidery In iinvy and helge the edge of the cont anil nduni the nnrruw rnfr helge-colnretin-lh- examination. Mr. and Mn. Morris Wheeler, Mr. MU Flora Matthew has been ill. and Mn. Chloni Spark, Mr. VinIII at thi writ-InMr. Mattie Knt is cent Sparks and iter were guest of Mr. and Mn. J. H. Sparks. NEW IN SUITS Mr. Taken May i remodeling hi Mr. Edward Teater took the Sth. dwelling. grade examination at Lancaster FriMcCulley, of Lexington, day und Saturday ami Mr. a guest baa been with hi parent here. of Mr. and Mn. E. II. Chandler. been Mr. Millard Fothergill ha with Mr. and Mn. Hubert Fothergill. Raven Mate for Life. Mr, Jame It. Anion w.u a gueit it r for life, ami ue th of Mr. HIIHe Kurtz Wedne.nlay night. anrne f- ir nft,T year. Mr. and Mn. Frank Land were re- ! A Sudden Breete. cent guett of Mr. and Mn. Louit A UniMieartcd uiotorUt, an McCulley. old worn mi tolling along the road, Mr. and .Mn. Harlan Davi tpent to the her u lift. It wn Im.t the past week with Mr. and Mr. flnt ride In an nuto and n the motor-,1- 1 put on speed he was nmui to George Hall. I exclaim: "My, hut hnMi't Iho Mr. and Mr. Frank Land and Miti jtunr it I wind come up Nuddeul" lloston Inez Land ipent Sunday with Mr. ITrnUM-rlptand Mr. John Land. Norm4l Temperature. Mr. and Mn. Hobert P.inoni and A detliied by expert, normal temwith children tpent the week-enperature for nny place I the ri.ativet near Point Leavell. obtained by nveniglug n erlod Mr. Marion Hurt visited Mr. and of teuiriilure o long tlmt further .Mn. LIge Ht-r- t nnd Mr. and Mr. tildltion will not materially affect the r result. Actually, howrwr. there iiro If clothe could poiiW the Jetie Hurt part of latt week. only n few Mich long n"i'nl In the dre lulghl truthfully hoiiKt: "I enme, e .Mr. and Mr. J. M. Anion, I taw, I conquered." coi ntn. and norm:. I I laon in iinsin fur It made a W. H. Hay and W P. Long, the uter.ee tf u erlot o; ..' striitlon complete trliimpli Inst It iliiiliier, hoppen in Danvi'le one day f le le. 2th ally l' e h'ti'ekl wi ii long Mep In the illrectlon of wire l. I 'I'n ihl,.. comfort for wenr In wnnu wenlher latt week. In And now enter It I W. F. Champ, .Mayor, Paul F. Morrow, Clerk. g. Jee w-- I!e I . d llp-oe- Met-dam- i:- iieiir-of-kl- n ARE YOUR CHILDREN EXTRAVAGANT? To allow a child to become extravagant, no matwell-oi- r the parents may be, is to seriously interfere with the development of its character. KxtraviiKance breeds idleness and a lack of ap- ter how Ja. u, . Ja. Enjaylna Other Men' Mlndt. detllente no lnconlilernhle (Hirtlon Of my time to other people' thoilglits. I dreom uuay my life In ether' tpecu UIIiiin. I love to inj elf In oilier iihhi' uiIimU. When I am nut walking. I I ii m reidiug: .imt i und think. I.moIi tuik thlek I .e preciation of values. A pampered and child can never really experience those joys and pleasures that are the birthriKht of childhood. over-indulir-cd u. THE GARRARD BANK & TRUST CO. Andenon, John Slmpton, Mr. Frank Thompton, Mn. Holmnn llrown, Mr. Fannie Farra, Mr. Theo Currey, Hobert (ioir, MU Ivn Lee Smith, W. H. Mason, Mu Kvn Wettover, Kinnaird Hro, Garage, Conn nnd Conn Garage, John U. Smith, W, A. Doty, Luther Gifabt, Itev. Manley, Joe Walker, Mr. Mae Noland, Mr. H. T. Logan, Mil Joyce Syler, A. Sareran, Coy Sander, G. A. Abbott, Mr. C. A. ItaUniwi, Mr. J. II. Conn, Mm. John Sotttt, Wade Walker, Chat. ilrll Air In Cities. U found In cltle. In Kdinhursli and Paris, there ire from mi.i.hi to '.'ItM") duol purllclo to the cubic centimeter. A 'ubic nDllnielcr In atHHit the fifteenth rt of the cubic Inch. The air huUng be lent a far a t.Wrntlon mxe been made, I that of the uvtern ilEbtand of Scotwnd ami ibe S noun I a In top, in (hete regtun kre ire froen HI to 7,ui purtkle ttt dutt :u the ciiUc cciillineU r Impur The ihiMleM air 4 PER CENT ON TIME AND SAVINGS S. dit. The Garrard Bank & Trust Go the United States and all foreign countries. 1W! LANCASTER, KY. We sell travelers Cheques, which are good in a The Central Record. Lancaster. Ky. Thursday. May 18. 1922 DOINGS AT PAINT LICK Interesting News of East End Capitol Gathered By Alert Correspondents Please send your correspondents when they shoved another run across The winning run was scored by rat the new. Mrs. It. (5. Wood, nttende.1 the rick, In the tenth on a wild pitch by (. hamber. Loose fielding and tall tirt.v In t ,il.vll1.. ure to rie to the occaion In the Miss Thelma Tudor U visiting rein pinches were the main reaons for tlvcs in Lexington. Madison'. defeat. MIm Cynthia Prultt wa on the Jonci wai the bright light in the nick list n few days last week with Held for Madison. He handled It I LIVESTOCK FACTS One of Players Diet. - mvhiv finli. hi, ftmi,aril .. .... I,,UI-I- I Churca, bells of the parisfl .tHkinirtv deitlcted the nrm the pJpaJ rveni, summoned j wfilch this morning tflF f0 f Christ, sum Most Fatal Casts Occur In Spring oen're, .l Jri-HInhabitant to the tail ma of the money changers When There Is a Scarcity of OI1ERAMMERCAU CROWDED the opening of the Patten lny set- - from the temple, the parting with His Often Forage. son, yesterday tolled the final riles mother at llethany, the supper,'' Uberammergau, May 14, (Assoc!-atct- l over a prominent member of the cast. (iethemane and the scene before hr lh lfnlt. st.tra I)rrtmni of Aerlrultnr I Press.) Today saw the first Anton Mayr, who p4n)td the Kirt 'Mk leave. If eaten continuously hy public performance since HMO of the the Disciple Thomas. Hrrathles aMefiUfi lasting sme ni le, produce ii sickness which freacute Indigestion chance without an error accepting quently proe fatal. Investigations world renowned "Palon Play," withl Mayr caught cold a fortnight K" mj,U,., greeted Martha Veith's Mir Several of the young ladies from joverol dllficult one. Iteeve crash- - rotulurled by spechtihds of the fulled the Highlander of this llavarlan vil-- ! while rehearsing en the outdoer stage f ,Mnry at llethany rt r here took a hike to uncle Torn' cab- - t., a beautiful three bagger in the States IViKirtnieiit of Agriculture lage as the actors. In the wake of (during the severe weather and died , (tnm B,.r j?on. . In la.t edneday. f tMilsonlng, The slum-- Must fourth which scored two runs. the the most cruel nnd extensive war of; on Thursday. His funeral was held others with nuutandmg roies wn, Judge and Mm. 0. M. Treadway drive went to deep right center and sperialMs say, occurs In the spring, history, the revival of the pageant yesterday. He leaves a family of ulx as Calnphas, the Hi uir for nt that time then I a scarcity of have been attending the revival ser Iteeve was held to a triple only by 'live children nil of whom will etui- - Priest; Peter n Joefh of Annu forage on many range iind the dramatory, the revival of the pageant fast flehllng. Davi did best with gni'ti vice. at this place. then; Wilhelm l.nng as Nlcodemu cntvlng which stuck Imve fur green dramatization of the life of Christ j tinue to participate in the play, came to an audience of some 1,000 Fully half of today's audience was and Hani Mayr as Pilate. C. Italian! will leave the stick for Paint Lick, driving out Mr. J.u. persons in what seemed a particular- - made up of Americans, among them Wednesday to visit relative! In Nlcho- - three hits. Illevins made two hit Stsfini Is Remarkable for Madison. He wa the only man ly appropriate sequence to the con - Ucorge A. Ilucklm, the United States lasville, Wllmore and Lexington. The staging f the spectacle was to make over one on the Madion at Washington and (lenoa. Counsel nt CtiWenz and Mr, remarkable througfcwut, Mrs. I.en Kadier and children, of iMpec.a. Three double plays were nine. Iferences pointed out today that while lin and Col. Kteklel J. William nf the cneinxin scene In which Iing her made by Hcrea, spent 5evcral days with which helped the local and Cenoa the expert j the American (Jenernl Staff and remain aloft on the cross fer tiu.i parents, Dr. and Mr.. 0. C. Goodman greatly. One was an unassisted political and economic builders of, Mrs. Williams, recently. tee minute. The main choreu a double killing by Reeve. "the world conferred on the recon- The Kngllsh delegation was next In well a the auxiliary singers Imlica. WilMIss.Margarct Holmes and Mr. Is'ruction of good will among men, size. The other audlter were (Jer-t!i- e unusual talent en the part of the di liam Tudor were delegates to the C. repreentntives of the four cor-- 1 mans, ltuians and Dutch. resrlasr. FOR THE 'TEENS K. Convention at Lexington from the ners of Christendom were beginning The numerous tableaux depict. ng People are Hospitable Manse Presbyterian church. the season's pilgrimage. to Oberam- were con The inhabitants of Obcrammergau the Old TrUseNt imt rgau to witness the etabllshed in- Mr. Morse, of Illinois, has been are sparing no pains te billet foreign- ssstently well ptssetl. Abeut 700 per of her ic rpretaiion of the ,roundatlon on the guest for several days comfortably anil to entertain seM prtltitatel In the scene shi. ers wh.ch their religious structure nieces, Mesdames It. J. Patrick anil wasi ar,. mg tn enimnce el tnrtst Into Jer j them generally. The visiter based in the career of the Man of It. W. Kstridge and other relatives. . mUim . ,, t ii i jwriicuiany -- I.,,,. imnrtweii tiy nil ine , sahl tW evening that the r Miss Elizabeth llowman and broth iorU made in their beh.ilf.dietate.1; See. le.cr Aid in I'lay perferman,e 'primarily by sinceremollye of er, Joe, of Richmond, were Sunday Bven Udy' " guests of their aunt, Mrs. Maurice "I hope the Palon Play will con- - dmlity and withwit cHnWeratln r 'n. te the steadfast refuat .f Burton and attended church at Wal ,stitute a basis from which more monetary advantage. These effort f Dherammergan intercour- - between nations nri. somewhat in centrast witn the!'M" nutta. I f r.endly will result in better international un- - experience at Munkh, the inlet f f""1' in connection w t Eldridge, of Colunv Miss Elizabeth II lau. HI.. u.kUL " derstaniilng" Nthl Anton Ijing, who .i ... Wie uoerammergau leurMts. bla, S. C, spent Sunday night and Where a 5mjl. Uuant.t ct Alia 1 . 'tavrsTsJif II In Inn """tiv, " mirari .ja tilays the role of Christ. "To minv VISIIurs . l I Irrely Here mingle m Fed In Connection With OjW Leawea Monday with her mother, Mrs. saen here are h.ng 'there ceuld be no belter place for a with and are largely billeted In the j the Animals Are Not Injured. Eldridge at Mr. and Mrs. II. I. peace conference lhan Oberammer- - home of actors and nctressei of the ' fetrtred to the taking of sir. Francis. f. it lend them tu cut the ene III gua, n with the teachings of its Passion play. The wife of Anton III nrtler to raue iiliHHltits e Miss Stella West, of Wesleyan Play." Ijtng assign n considerable number i km however, oak lenves milt i College, was a recent visitor at lying's every gesture nnd hi atti- of them to the Hnies uf villager. Resl Prrfettlon. If en ten lien ulliiiHit ixeinhel). bringing two of her cla home . It I Mlf w 'I otler f un- - net tude on or elf the stage personifies !, the atilmal tttat The village itself does not forget mates with her, Misses Hryant and n( Mt,,i k Itutwrfeet. Tlie more l Im In' fmiiid cspvrl- a man of peace, and his personality the realistic side of life while f, Davis re ll, ntHfe gentle nod e tst 'iillv llmt H sHHlll ll qtiantlt) a reflects the devout character and it idealism. Fourteen mem- ol .1 ih.uihN ilally of alfalfa hay feed In I. ,i,r ..irard the deftfts uf turdy idraUm which since H53X has ber f the Red Cross as well a fire- etn-- r t entertained Mrs. Taulbee Cornell r'eewt'Oi nmiiet il.M, ultb iik l.v.x prevented KUl4w Ue villagers' devttthin in pre men of the local the following Sunday. Mr. and Mrs, department sand ! I" l ' ' I' I' i ' ll I I i'iniilne. senting the play every ten years, ex- ready m the theater for any emer Tom Italston, Mr. and Mrs. Frank lent of dress for little girls In the oliMTiatlotui on llie range aud ex cept for n few necessary Quirinal Orlglnslly Church Property interrup- gency. ltalton and son, Mr. and Mrs. 0. T. ln) i.f i. perilneiilnl fiiillli; Imtli lu If.ut Tlie Qolrlnal tions. Hammack and daughters. signers devote their time to putting IlrilliaHt sumhine tlsMdnl the tmv hills HSxHt Mhteli Is one of the een may ent ink lettves for a IIhhvo mttxl; If w Thousand of tonnsts are here fori valley this forenoon after two days deiHrolxd by material Into styles that nre nppro-priat- long time with no definite dad rffetts, Misses Emma Uurchell, Jessie May the snrtent Itnssmrr In fur the little miss anil pleasing me rassion flay, mine who had of rain. The afternon was partly ItusaeliM. The Unlnnal were to her a well. They craftily lake and some will even iMt them exriunlve. onlrtno Hammack and Ellen I'ruitt neen prlvilegetl last week to wttnen eloudy, but thr erformance nf thelalare ws if I), with no iHirni. liviieritlly lutllt In Ibe StileMnth ren C. K. delegates from the Christian their cues from the "grown-up- " modes, tho- - (but tire Injured uliow the the final dress rcncrsal rommentt! l'.i..in tilav- nroi..i.i r.utit.iw tort bt ib- Iduu, i'.iuii ,i,u,.i, church to the convention at Lexing modifying them to suit the younger only after eating a eoiiMderiible yuan If r,,ev 'h9t "n,,r today on the undoubted effect and was highly commended. ttween tt.. ton from Friday until Monday of the generation, as In the rose of the pretty . ........ ....,-- . ,.........k. atn -.- i- to iwi it beauty lhl. .urroundlng natural tae Reside the nrt of Ij.ni. it,- p slioun here. week. 3.1 daj. past tiiually from Id to The upon the yearning of the villagers of.pretation given the part of Judas by t 4rto' t,f it" Itsilwn Wing. Tlie This wrup for girl In their "teen" Hlnt out that the oaks on nl r . . .. V'l'rin 'I t" itltely uiL .i . Mr. and Mrs. T. II. Little and Is a enpe to which sleeve have lieeii . . .. . .l . .. mini-"- 1.111.I1. .. ji ii r iri i ".r "-- " n.i'. many ntnge itirtiiMi ll nut. imHriaiiT n imiucuuiijr .li il e n Italy and family have the sympathy of this gracefully ailded. .t Is ninth- - of light- element III summer feed when add! of life. The majestic peaks of the ful in the scene of the fourth a..' I the community in the death of their only weight velours nml ha n full ripple tluliiil soiiree of forage nre available.! daughter, Mae, who pa.ed away on back with a ilerurntlnn or stitching In but tli"y urse that care I during the iprltig that rattle be not last Tuesday evening, May Oth., tuo rows n round It. It has a Inr I Ingeniously arranged admitted to Miminer rntige at Iimi enrlj burial following Wednesday evening collar which to draw up around the neck by mean n date, for oak leave are well ad' at Manse cemetery. of n heavy silk cord that I threaded viint'ed I efore the of tlie through large eyelets worked In silk grnsM'K. Flowers For Heroes Graves Mltchlng. The con? like that of the The members of the American and eyelets nre very decorative. GOAT MEAT QUITE SUPERIOR Legion of the Paint Lick vicinity request the people of the community to Repairing Holes In Linoleum. Most of Product Reaches Market a donate flowers for the decoration of Small Imle In Inlaid linoleum may Mutton and Is Distinguished by the Civil and World war soldjers, he tilled with melted pa ratlin, containSweetness. who are buried in the Paint Lick ing it few dmp of Ink or dje the precemetery. Flowers should be left in vailing tutor In the pattern. Itest to t (ioat is heldmn found on the ti charge of Mr. Thos. K. Price at his it tld liefore uni tvllnlli the nml It vlll icirdly he noticed and market assucb. et the uv erase number home with Mr. Jas. A. Scott Saturof goals slaughtered each will mid inmtii from rvliv to stone. day, P M., May 27 or Sunday, May ltHH to KCO. Iiicluolve, nun lll.lsT asth., before 12 o'clock. DecoraAnother Efficiency Test. ll I probuble that Illixt of tlll Ineilt tion exercise at Paint Lick cemetery If you hWi in M't yiHir friend an reHiliM the m mutton, tinsel-- , 111 lliere will be held at 1 :30 o'clock, May 28th efilrliticy tet. fik them to write down which It with exercises at the Lancaster ceme- In figure. iuelt tliMml, twelvn are few cities that niilre It to lie They will Jut marketed tinder Its own tutiHe. In tery immediately following. Decora- lumdreil mi, dim ii 12 if itwn puxsl tions intended for the grave of any rwum lit - mi'' !"! i iodize fltut fur a ell lex and town , adjaivnt to the rnngL there tiitiniry, lnmi;M-r- Angorn wetlier are particular hero should have attached I H cnMi r 'i Tli Ikrur llmt fni ly nmrkeliil a Mich iiihI the meal his name and that of the cemetery, should I l.mii are i 2. without dlserliiilimtloii by where he is buried as donations from Ibe buer. When nielvel In large " Paint Lick for the grave of Laneu ni i.uiiiiHTu Always the Same Dreams. ueiiier imiiini U'hnt I railed wteiwe ha always aliHtit () per tent of the price paid for caster heroes will also be in charge of lieep wether. periled tin-- elixir of life mid th. Mr. Price.' nliMie. rml In hm lily prltv if gnat meat Is The nlm-oIt is not only fitting and proper Uiw. (ill, iliwlille uttru'tlve to the taut we should decorate these grave, Her Ihein lNliy H ckt li uu Mi lli U f I'limcelsuu. We iwll Ihe.u by ulniher lie kliinvi what lie l getting but it is a duty we owe to the mem- llfi-is'i-i' tiHHMs. ImiHtinlsal'iei i.r null- or lliliik lie I Im) log mutton. Ac J ory of the brave ones who so freely !.; Imt I In- ilritniM r ulmt eiirdlng to rariuei' Itiilletln r.lCt, The and fully sacrificed their live taut Hit- - inherit ure lure m int Alignm lioitt, reenlly liy the we might have life, liberty and the frui whlrli we lenn un tlM)i at fulled State I i iwrtnuni of Agrteul-- ' A ' ,.MU pursuit of hupplne, so let us bank UuttlllH till' WtMlf lure, guot iHiit l usuuily iifrnr to intlttoii tlHit tali Im- - liotigln at the Mtme their graves with flowYr and keep When the Heart Stops. price. Some iny that the) thoir memory green. Ity lulei'tltig one cubic centimeter of are able to illMliirul-l- i It from lamb Tho. K. Price, n I In .1 ni'lntliin of either adrenannd mutton by a tiiurtirterUtle Nvveet-liRev. W. P. Rogers, lin or pltultrlu Into tin heart when a. lin nwny Committee. it tippi txsttlhc. who weineil to tie deml hate been Paint Lick Wins From M.di.on Hi brought Iwtk to life, tlie Injection GIVE RAM RIGHT ATTENTION . -1 - .... f rial I n v 1 A I Paint Lick High School won a mut be nwde qiilekly Into the left inlnt.TN.tMl During Drceding Season He Should "Hfe one or two finger thrilling baie ball game hretiiltr tit ilio tft of the Menial Have Supply of Cram and Ac frttm Madison III on the Normal field cess to Good Pasture. txriler. in Friday afternoon by a score of C to 1 I 5. The victory for the visitors was in That Small Buy. octnivUdv. The ram needs grain for several largely responsible to the great pitchJust n the train wm iitmut to start, wevks before ulnl during Ibe hrt'edltr.' Washing of Cornett, who relieved Ileaz-le- y a very stout man MrtigKled Into u car- Mitwm. At leoot u Huud it day of in the six round. Cornett pitch- riage and Hank Into a eut. breathing equal uirt of oats and bran should Im- together with gmxt quitlity lit ed live innings, not allowing a hit heavily. A small liy wm sat opposite appeared tn be fnwliuitiil, nrdent fulfil or clover buy. Im imt keep him much less n run. He had good stuff suffito annoy llm fat iloMily confined, but ill low him Caie eteiittmlly on the ball all the time and the locals man. who .'.-- indtvl is hiutIIx: "What to talure. Avoid heavy ftMllng ot L could do nothing with his slants. are mi staring tit me furJ" "Pliiis, sihigu or riKils durllig the hrevdllij & Ileazlcy started the game for Paint sir- rei.l I'e lad "tlierv'a nowher ' Lick holding Madison to nothing for el- - ,i I'o.t three innings, but they got to him in Small Digestive Tract. Holy Carnon" Worshiped In Datavla. the fourth and fifth. Three runt The digestive-- trait of the calf Is Ill lillf imtCJIIIM lt:itL'tu , l.tr.. Mn miuill, eoliipamtlvel) therefore frewere cored by Madison In the fourth. ,nclent piece of onliiui.ee quent fetHllngs of small iimount tlur and two In the fifth. This finished n the ground, which U known us th Ing the llrst month Is Imperative. Ileazley. With the death of lleazley; "Holy t'uituon." This Is consldereil In the box, Madison scoring power particularly sacred by thu natives. At Cattle and Sheep on Clover. , went also. Cornett had then eating uie nreecn or tne cannon ttiere Is a Cuttle and kheep do well on clove! custlug of a man's wrist and hand. from hit hand. feature, but should not be turned In tight. This s)int)iil Is rvgurded Paint Lick fought an uphill game cloed when hungry or while u dew Is on. by the siiientlttou native a n spennd finally won out In the tenth, cie of god, and worshiped accordingHealthy Pigs on Clover. 'the visitors scored one run in the ly. Childless women sit beside It. fully I'l.--s on clover are healthy, uud have fourth, one in sixth, two in the heJitftliiK that their prayer for a faulgood bone and constitution Mjuia nf eighth and tied the game In the ninth ty wtil be heard and granted. puctal Importune to breeding stock. OAK LEAF POISONING DANGER ' , world 4 First Public Performance oil Sncred Drama Since HMO viewed by Throntr i -- I T'PASSION PLAY IS !"vri1 Tr?"" !nwrra nv "t,?bLl nilTgau pocKCieu sentinel guarding Its unique enter- SFFN RY i,uuu ef from tu m(llrrtallm , IS when meditating whether he snould betray Christ and speculating on the i i outside. The ... result of the betrayal, and later and later his despair. He held Ms audience in Intense in j 'terett by his kern hlitronlc ability l.ii1li; -- !. , g , I PrrrJ 11 "lt f!p,e j J ,1 ouk-len- ! i " j eldes . ' !: fr'wn' '' "? e-n I j k u nn ... fl1' rocioM ....I ir Iw '' ? ele ri, Pa-io- In-- h(wfrtlii mm-r4ol- - g -- , ,- !' I e inklin. re-nl- tn - enpe-wrn- s . ... i nii-ni- ....... iB, "rm Um orr I Dg-i- i erell iiplH-arnm- e FLOUR MILLS AND EQUIPMENT AT llno-leiir- tnt-a- -- )er e 11 l.'t.-1- iniiiel iiii-m- Jt i lii. lnel imi ll if If ll "lis I 11 Saturday, June 3rd, AT 2:30 P. M. 11. J 1 1 Hrn g fl, an s - -I ii' k half-hurle- In Lancaster, Kentucky, on tlie premises, tlie undersigned will sell at ak.ai4all-...dit2 jniuuc autjuuii Ntiu uiu uitiiL.thiur r mur iiiiis property and etiuipment cluding two trucks and auto, together with all established brands of flour and good will. This is one of the best eouipned mills nontwii KnnUmh oemg a good wneac and grain ueit convenient ..to tradn. Tho ed brands of flour belonging to this mill are White Swan, George ington and Liberty Belle. This mill property has a good elevator, with capacity to store cient grain and wheat to operate the plant. This mill situated on the N. Railroad, opposite the dqpot, in Lancaster, Kentucky. The purpose of this sale is to settle the affairs of the corporation of the Lancaster Flour Mills, Incorporated. TERMS, EASY, to be announced on clay of sale or to be arranged to suit the purchaser. W. H. BROWN I TRUSTEE IN BANKRUPTCY for George O. Spoonamore and C. L. Zanone. The Central Record, Lancaster. Kv.. Thursday May 18. 1922 The Best Pay Best The Reason Why They Are Best THEY LOVE Control of Weeds Big Need For Cultivation Corn cultivation that destroys weed smost effectively U best, regardless of how deep it gocst or how often It Is practiced, according to re- r ' ............... u i STOCK SYSTEM OF HOG SANITATION WERE BRED IN OLD KENTUCKY Let us tell yen what we Iiiivk now RKADY FOR SALE. Dixie BROS. & J. M. AMON, Stock Farms. SANDERS PROP. LANCASTER, KY. E g Cnvy of Talent, - 'i I' k .4il,fi ig.m!nm&gk Owl Put Up (Joe J he ferocity of f I known A hunter l frll limi In ml nihI hi . his prise, found Hi.' Ihwi attacked U an i ' wlHB kprmd was nl fl)ltig awa) uwti ism h I, I lie II . 1 . i lap-w-- d - F ;ht. I ia well ( A I'' I . . i t. I I . tint ulileie.j i. IhiiI f .len.l nf I' Ie A no- - Hit H.i od Ilk w ii . tiokly v mii, tlir hunter lilm alel sciet n lerrn rurri-owl had to I.' iltiH' i ed at ' 'e l Hit ' 'I. Hi ll'iiik ii hllli' i villi tilcut d'.e kutnotliiic Initke i'.i.c JeHlom ITcy irritwliit i.y .. tIUHl iittiint mil fmliiii" Mint II l.urt their tempers Mll'I iifi.-itll- l l.HrclelldlllB UmiIIim-MIIn u"-- l, ami Url(4H Imt ii weak riaior nf Kculu In an nii.iu tin.iim (.itmhi In delegii. t iraini iicutrnllty of able tl a f i.iMiM.(i.iio li.irm tei n I In' hU f .i'i 1'iiw wine gia dr." .1 ' i f fuir water Oilier Wi other ilmf r,l(h . 1 'i-'i- U tin-In- s shotgun 11 1. is SAVE MONEY WHEN YOUNG ENJOY IT IN AFTER LIFE Young men who would ent.-- r the decline of life in comfortable circumstance shuuld beern to save now. rt Tt-approved modern rrrth.il of saving 11 n savings .ri the home Lank. T bank, mute yung mm and yuung women to Join U faw U of sav ngs dcponturt lire ...'lur "I'lni a savin- - an unt, and any turn may f ac-cu- t .Jepou'el thereafter THE NATIONAL BANK OP LANCASTER. S. C. DENNY, rnrm it777bjbk: V if ed. To determine the need for cultivaMetliiHtN li)r tin United ."lute lii'ixiriiiii'iit of Agriculture fur tion, the weeds on one plot were kept IS rulnltn: Iiiistn free of unrin lme down by being scrapped nfT with a priiMil iii iu t'liful nbeti'ser tliey sharp hoe. Despite the fact that no Ihiii tlii'ii u trial, a III Mrl.eiin other cultivation wa given, thin plot nullity. Ill, (lint Hie fii'l yielded .i2.'J bushels of corn an acre, no lienilHiirr In tlietu average for ten years, or only in nil Imir riiNer In tin creat inrii-- I as an three bushel. less than the cultivated rinlutitiB rtrti of (lie Mlddli WVnl. areas. However, this method of Tin Klilrin ri'iHmni1iilii iy I In- - de wt'itl control win net considered ptiritni'iit Is nlmpli. prnrticnlly !l lily riiiilri'ini'iitn l'lnr u Utile etri practices becaue ef the labor and exrare ami Iklmr. Jiifl liefnn tin' far pense involved. r.v tu eliMii nmlni; iawifi II I iuTi Over the period, the aver tin fnrrimliir h'H llMinin.lily will. age yields for shallow and deep culBEFORE YOU BUY A TOBACCO SETTER. WE Im'I Hiiti r hiiiI Ijii. iiihI Iii'Iihi Hie i tivation practiced six to eight times HAVE THE AGENCY FOR GARRARD COUNTY. wantH an put In all illrl In during the growing season have been 'ki ffiii ll'Hr nklii. U'HIiln tun respectively ufti'l fiirnmlns Hie wm iiiid litlelk 58.. i and fii.2 buhel while the average yields for shallow wlilcli Ihivi imt Ini'ti ii I low ii I mil and deep cultivation practiced three i Hie niii. are tmniil In a BRYANTSVILLE, KY. tu re-- tie lliat Ihi imt lii'lil Ihui tnn to four times during the season have tiltltHllini. Tin joiiiii; pit'". In iirilei been 5S.8 and 50.1 bushel respecto eel n inri wlilHMit wiina' tively. mini be ki'ii mi liinn Himri' awn? "Observations on the Lexington 'ri'ii "i.rmy le yardn wltleat run Held show that cultivation conserve corn help rnake the lield shady, thus Hh bi!i imt with i.llier Imcii. discouraging the activities of the moisture if drouth begin when the fi.r it lieit ftMir in'nitli. after bug which prefers) on open growth. K. Stephenson, wtilrb they nrr pnut the eratet i com is small," It. Natural enemies of the chinch bug frimi wnnHn. T In- - mre. It l soil specialist of the station, said in also like the large amount of moisfeeI discussing the results. "However, invnirr in provide ture held by the damp bean leaves. wsler nii'l fliilter. but that It what after the corn i well started and is nut pie ilmltM Irf In uddition to forming a good In addition to these two points, the about knee-higthe feeding root Kt.erli-lM'Ui .lniHii I Imt there are are able to take up most of the mois combination for the economical pro. bugs do not feed upon the soybeans, four M riUKtiii why till- -, nnliie ture that the crop can utilize before duction of pork, soybeans and corn the specialists say. Kaliltatliili ihh MeilHK llinliey to the grown together, have another advanfariin-r- . In Hie flrM plnre, lAc with-mi- it has a chance to evaporate from the tage which is being pointed out to if . . '.n U.cKa. and surface even though there is no cul wnrin crow to Krealer l Winn ..I.. fnn a ie .iii-- r Kentucky farmers by crop specialists iimli- - more iriiln fur I lie mine iiiiiiitlt) tivation other than scraping weed. at the College of Agriculture. When SIIHxttli or: . - --il.n i in relief. It of feiil llian llioie that limit Hie a "The outstanding thing brought U inlliii ii tlio Anurlran nrt of iliHr feed In srow nn army of out by the experiments is not the grown together, these two crop help I onlry Ji fit no The lldille-bacworm ll ha l.ieii iIiiihii aim tlml fact that cultivation to control chinch bugs which in some ( mottle .ii m is not needed forie of hliu and when lme Hinile are kept under shci'M be given at ."Uchj years become a serious menace to ullr.i ,iml iiei.ie lt mime from the rulitrol fewer )oHlnf Htfiare put frntn but that t the corn crop, they say. common u of innple. with mull ilguro tlimnpi Pica that nr not weakened time and in such n manner at to most Soybean grown in the row with In imikliiB the I'.i k of vi'ilin. by the InriHidt of uurim are, as a rule effectively destroy weeds." en in tin. varlonp illo that are eimimoii to them m! sults of the experiment conducted for ten years at the Kentucky Agricultural Experiment Station. MoisMethods Developed by Department of ture conservation ,once considered a chief reason for cultivation, is Agriculture Require Little secondary in importance as long as Extra Attention. weeds arc kept down, the tests show- i rrpfl hr lh t AertmlKir. I'nllM ! I rpf1mril -- --i.'r- wr-v r It ..At lie YOU WANT TO SEE ten-ye- The Nisco NOAH MARSEE, JR. rnri-rull- iti-iti- biI r. eiiii iImII-k- iiir Soybeans In Corn Keep Down Chinchbug Troubles ici I l k ; iwi Cashier. Common Sense About Eczema W. 0. RIGNEY W. B. DICKERSON Capital $50,000. Surplus $50,000. Honor Roll Dank It It Oewarc rail Tlii' inif f tln pu'littiis l In th enlloif." mM llif man Imi lii'llerM In tin il 'I Hunlmi "Vt.s iisntil tin nm makii niw iti an lie and Eruptions! Here's Something About S. S.S. That You'll lie Clad to Hear. Tou might Jutt nn well know It rtcht row the r.iu nf akin eruption). Mmrlep. Markhrail. toll anI so on. la I .Kht In IIhi l.kL Thrrn i no But I iije away from IL XcUu. u tiaa ruv! IV lino, a It. Yuu ran ;nvo It. It. Wlirn tlio rauao of rkui tniul.lcaaii t tru;tions is In tlio bWl. It lin t com- - W. 0. RIGNEY Office Phone 18. & CO. Dog Spider Weighs Pound. Funeral Directors and Embalmers Rfsidenre Phone 33. Tlif ttir tkt nti hrrt jIt MnUiiMir. Mrfitrr "f In li I Hi: In tboMt n Ixmmt. ami t We .i l Iinmc aiMl " rt'luar) mwI nf It ililek at tl fwi hIiihc. mill tli-- f Ilia li illnc " th' IiIjIiit I AMnrleuii In iiriHif - Lancaster, Kentucky. i! Tin- hi ! i.r( AiIiiiii-- . JKi mm lit ISIU. Jnm u riMiliili " that It iari.. mi ir 'hi u tMnlnl lh t fttlr ( thr Inn '!iltl' i.' i l(li Hirili. !' Ha Objected to ialrtpz kimutt lntanv mtTfm nt Iko t'nllv.1 Mate Plr. . Sfcn.e liVl i nitk in tvcrjthing. L - L- "ii' WMU- - It Ut r1k imHilnit itlxi inn iK.iT in n rwi-- r ii-- l ii " vi rv n jr tin i i' nt Stallions In Service 1922 All tMtialomal l.de Stuck eMiiliHi were urally i. ltifiile.1 with maiHie Mltea. hut tlo ii iuikl'. yoijr I ill 1122 nt my barn on vmrm-frtmake the eao of pl ALL I'UAVINH 4092 in he hlatity lotr.l.k nur il. it. ' kjI-It lieiotnak uf it. - UkH taut Injure ;i livinn to iheir nttiii'kM. and In tvfliivl ! RxlRKtn Jtike. three mi'rt from DanviUe. Ky.. at $20.00 t prwtMirwu-i- , woman. "ilh the wnrmy At nltvmn. ormi.f''- you are . real kln.l faaL - uinea tlm eiimtiW our Utile ivMismv of worry by tin mllea. a.liiiln. ti.il H. that th win lr iv U ThU National Show Home ha nwJe rejjutatnm for hlmwlf. Iwtfc In the UUklvr. j..ir:ul All wle ntlMTi In the eoni belt I bImiit aImiktii n ir .iinl nmrt iw riHK and a a irc. It filial nut irankan TliafM nml iih uh- - IiimiIiI thxl It iiroHlable to adopt thi ow hrw SIRUD HV REX I'KAVINE I7t5. a chawtnan tbln llmtea. iMhjki in syaleSH of awllie aallltntloii, but briiil hr4i. UMt flerli. ka. It coal IlltW to eualiil champion ire. T- - of imrebred Imis It hboilld ft hnvn thla ItatHM'ti to vnu. 8. H. S. ll May, CmhUm Jack imrtieularly a4 Mwi Frww him we have uch hawpia two iuhnnliiuii'iia. fur a little sol.1 nt all ilrus; rlnroa. In ccuiiouilcaL y ttlaur. Tlio Ursir tUu Is tho luoro S4 SXiIh In nml iipMHirntiie make a Straw. Queen 0 the May. Star IVaemn. Mb difference In the show ring and In "S. S. S. is for sale at Mcltobert 2nd. hy IVavtae 86. y Itex McDonald--Da- wy Drug Store." umlli-Hitrt- l chnwiM show the nle ring. GRAND SIKi: REX McUONALD 833. the v Peavine 4092 nmn Young Piga. Particularly, should Have hIhk HutliltiK It It Clein Pens. ln mil ittvM4l mi rlW nimn In 'II liHuliu'r.. ilicri l nn finally, the iulliy of the ork pro ( Hhi-ii- i imt In IihIiu-- m ilil iliunl by i lean, hialthy i)C. In lietlel lliMlliT ItlNII II Ik III ll'Mli"'' limn Hint from wormy, iiutlirifty ones. lit Ion VeterliMirtanx In the departlHiiit ay tb.it 'Il-- InfiXiil with worms mviii more tu iiutligi. juid Mtliy other dl Hint are free ene. aim. limn of llietii Itntb Iota of iff III the I Wat "t If inn tin- - -i! ni. lt non I S. B. H. liolli-eobl- e llii at out the A Initio of K K Ml. .it in lutniKt I la a k. rnse ti rVr'" wnl i tihe Yuu An Anirlle hklnt rit IMlfMIMHIt I'XlllMl tin- - rill'tlt In ami' e. Wliwl, , ii.' ' . I.li' ' r kli.l i iiiitlil. lot' 1 l. il r.. ilmii out. Mli 'it tt'i".' ii t . tu1 m ' '1 in i' thltipi )oii imi t . tuui natfrom I. ii'i .it. . V. ur ll lill.r, rarti, Ii. "liUii.nr rnlii liMpuiltuk In. h ir no thc - IiUmhI skin. to yixi rtS.S. Uilrlve '' '. e' hH 111 1 iuil, WiU-hn- l, -- aa (, vr ln -- Mn.i.1-irll- s. Tragedy Ended Youthful Love. Portuguese Widely Spoken. 1 wim elsht years old I had a I'orltiCTev Is the liiugn of about beau One ilny he gue me u ring, O'TSMISl I in UN' which I prized very much, When I wit nt hi Iioiim one ilny hit mntlier Frames. aw Hie ring. She liml been looklug.J If a corner I chipped off a ill "ii'r for It. ,'iiHe-- i to say I cato frame, rainouibiEe It with chewing her the rim: ami h, ;uti Johnny ' cum and did with hi ihiIhi sotni'lhliMC. That cteteil my tlrxt love I. iffitir ClrCKj.1. 'ie Produce Like Effect. The force of einmiie I ahoun by Can't Take Frosting Olf Glass. he fun that when a nunc lo-- e Its Thoto la no iheoilinl method of tak"ioii r I apt In nuike the iimt loso ing Hie froMIng elfii I .'If of glk that .- uNn. It I practical. The fioktbig oiillnarily In dime either In mini blasting or by A Hard Answer. etehliiB with liyilroHnurlc uiid. and "Mj htikband coiiklilerwl u wry long the hetMt met liml would Ie to r to me. lis gla for the froMeil iine before he propon-as ery careful.M Mb. It's nlwnjs gla ir. Toy I'roa, KausaH I'lty h. e ureful piipl,. who BU taken In." Tetliii; I jilHimlnry. M'beii d : I 1eli-ad tti. WALKI1NG VERDICT liarte and wre. the verW' i;reatot Meh Pint Dam Iicy Ilartheain McChurd, and dmon of other. A mare by All Teavme J0ti2. it a !ur fiMindatlitn. Second D.im, dauchter of llarrw Denmark. Third Daw, ibiUKbler of John Owly. If you want to bred to a tallUn whM produce enwmaa.U the hlKhet The price for wbicli bin colU warhet prkimt, breed to All I'eavine l "t public auction aloni: have oUt are at open a a book. They Imiiik with other colU the IVavme kive toppoil tbe market. work (like llrcedlnij laddie harw of the Wk'hett type U no loBKer Hire you have hej-e- t Mke) and tako champion to produce champion. them all In thU pinllKrie, lte McDonald, Hex .Wine and n double itifution (All I Wine I002) will brvwl true ef the champion brood mare irc IW-into hi family inheritance of championship blood. All IVavine 4002 I 154 hamlt hih and weiRh 1,200 pound. ehamrv at Well rtlOl, Wy lVuvine brood mare aire I'wivlne. th !.mi Chief, I'leopattn. S. A lib daughter have produeud Frenchman, KAnn unmt liroil mare by HORSES ARE SOFT IN SPRING May, Muscles About Neck and Shoulder Are Full and Plump Collars Will Need Adjusting. iiexl-fraill- Many Sheep Flocks Hit By Ticks, Lice Or Scab mi. pwi e Julian Peavine JULIAN I'EAVINE I a chestnut nrrel with n beautiful ilvry lluxon n.ane and tail, tand 15.1 hund hik'h: ha plenty of tyle and llnlth. If you are looking for ometbln: real fancy to breed to, don't fall to e him. JULIAN I'EAVINE will make the iien of 11122 at above place at $10.00 to Iniure n living foal. Season becomes due when marc I traded or parted with or bred to other stock. Most careful attention of all stock sent to my care, but not uspontlbte should accidents occur. A lien retained on colts till season is puld. Pasture for mares from u distance furnished nt reasonable rutes, but time must be paid before stock Is removed. Few Kentucky flocks of sheep have Mmt farm linrc are at leat without come through the winter fut In the uprliig. In tlila mu being troubled with ticks, lice or illlloli Hie milniea uluHit the neek und senb, I.. J, Horlacher, in charge of aboiililera will be full and plump and sheep work at the College of AgriIt will lake n nilber Inrk'e collar to hi say. Dipping, therefore . culture The Mitt t'o4Mlttlo,i nf the horea, We will offer tJi.s season t a service of my tine saddle stallion WALKrnupli! with the lone iki) of will be nceoasary this spring on many bard work, iuue thetn to .brink m farms of the State to control those ING VERDICT, at my place one mile South of Huckeye on the Lancaster llenh rapidly, and a collar lluil wu a pc.it.", ho said, ' good lit a the beKllililtig of the mimii i "Trials nt the Kentucky Agricul-- , tind Huckeye pike, at may b entirely iiiikailafai'tnry ibne tural Experiment Station show-- that or four week luter. Ill miIii caie . ticks and lice can be controlled eifec- To A Living Colt. the collar call be iwide In lit by UIiil tively by use of any of the standard a sueiit kiiI, while In other u new or Is a Natural Walker and hat proven himself a splenWalking Verdict dlrferoHt collar will be required. It Is commercial coal tar or sheep dip but heller, houeter, to bae tollara that that a tobacco dip is best for scab. did breeder. lie I by the noted horse VERDICT and a more extended, The animals should be dipped im- pedigree can be seen at my place. lit Hum lit llt kUIlt INld. how-eer-- $10.00 Insure Make Sows Cserclse. Whole oat Multenil on u ebo-- (loot tliein are tine to feed miwh und ki-up and cierclklng a porlloii of Hie day lgor and more them which Bite streiuiHi to withstand the ordeal of farrow lug. J. UNDERWOOD rtlONE S50S. DANVILLE, ICY. mediately after shearing and then again ten or twelve day later. Till At the tame time anil place will stand a Number One good Jack, second dipping kill all parasite which have hatched since the time of given Director the tint dipping. by manufacturer of the dips should AT $10.00 TO INSURE A LIVING FOAL. be followed closely if best results This It particularly are obtained. Care taken to prevent accident but will not be responsible should any No Cur for Scour. true when a tobacco dip I used. occur. I ure euro for scour In A solution that Is too strong act a in Tlieni Ctlhe. It I anolher cake of the old a poison and may kill the animal. it) In;: that "An ounce of preunilnn Also, a sheep that U allowed to reIk win id u kiund of cure." The main long may be I lo so handle Hie culc tbol main In the dip too thine poisoned. BUCKEYE, KENTUCKY. will not apiH-ar- . scoiir CHIEF IMAPOLEOIN T. O. Hill and T. C. Jenkins r J. The Central Record, Lancastei , Ky.. Thursday May 8, 922 1 1 TEN - - YEARS We sold a number of buggies in Garrard county, Our 1922 Buggies Are The Best Arnold that are running today, and that are ter than many factory buggies that were sold two years ago. Has Ever Built The Prices Are Right IN LANCASTER COURT DAY Get an Arnold - TEN betcheap-e- r mi Trailer. They will do your work Kelly-Springfield, Truck Tires, Firestone Goodyear. Why not buy the best? They are In the long run ARNOLD BUGGY WORKS GARAGE IN CONNECTION DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. HONOR ROLL Lnncaster High School K 1921-192- year 2 Stella Speaks . Ilertha Broaddus Irene Smith Emily Bourne Will Kay Arnold ..... .... . ... . . ... .2 2 2 1 CENTRE CARNIVAL equal i ........2 . T A CT 5 Y Tii Iitnj a wa& a 1 MAYS . aw ''r 'l to all demands Classified Column KATESi Single Insertions 1c a word No ad taken for less than 20c In this column. No ads in this column chsrged. Seven insertions for the price of Ave. Phone orders must be paid promptly. jumeaaoa6)uac-rmi(tnmimua- REPORTED BY SEMESTERS Englith Ilertha Broaddus Mossie Cri.oilli Judith James Daniel Helen Gulley Physics Mossie Crlsclllls Judith Jume Daniel iWUmill 1 1 t Jane Haselden Cecil Henry Delia Rice Hughe Fa ye King I'aul Morrow Lucille Schooler Kmily Bourne Iola Brown Henry Cox .......... . .. .. .. . t . Samuel Elliott Helen Gulley Jane Haselden Certl Henry Clyde Hughes I'aul Morrow . . Lucille Schooler Irene Smith .1 History 2 1 "I... vjucciia Hall and Golf Tournament To he Added Features 11 .! n 10R SALE One good sec nl and doctor's buggy and another one goo I as new W T K.ng (5 IS 20 ( Stock Dealers We are m the market to buy cr sell rattle, hog, or sheep. Pnone M. Carrier and Brown ( .) .... . .. . . Eugenia Dunlap Elizabeth Hagan Elsie Meadows Ardella Turner Virginia Smith I.enna Aldridge Lucille Beazley ...... . 1 1 .. ... . Roger Bourland.. Elmer Caey Margaret Conn Gertrude Conn .. .... Esie Conn Irene Smith Edgar Creech Donald Estes Luther Rich .... ... .. .. ..' . . . " Latin Judith James Daniel... Eugenia Dunlap Jane Haselden Elsie Meadows Lucille Schooler . ...1 Edgar Creech Murgaret Elliott Margaret Hughes Homer Carrier Richard Henry ..... Wilbert Holtzclaw V. A. Lear Myrtle Lee . Luther Itlch Algebra Mary James Clark Sullie Lou Clark . Homer Carrier Virgil Guitineau Craig Gooch Mary Lee Holtzclaw Wllbert Holtzjlaw ..' V. A. Lear ........... ........... I.enna Aldridge .......... Lucille Beazley ..... Roger Bourland .......... Elmer Casey ............. KIe Conn Gertrude Conn ........... ........... ..... The programme of the seventeenth annual Centre College Carnival ha been announced by Ben Cregor, 1 chairman of the Carnival Committee 2 and president of the senior clas. . 2 Three new features have been add1 ed to the list of events this year. An alumni reception and ball, to be night, June 12; the , Iola 2 jheld Monday Brown queen' ball Saturday night, June 10, Lucille Beazley 2 golf tournament at the Dan Elizabeth Hagan 2 and a ville Country Club Monday afterEsaie Conn . 2 . 12th., are the innovatjon. Edgar Creech 2 noon, June I The student body has elected Mis Lenna Aldridge anil James Margaret Elliott 2 Elizabeth Fox of this city queen and king, Margaret Elliott 2 j"Red" Roberts, j The committee in charge of the 1 Lee . j Myrtle j is compoed of Ben Cregor, . 2 carnival turner men j Durret, secretary, Koger Bourland 2 chairman; Emmet I Edgar Newlln, trvamrer; Leslie BakCecil Henry 2 Milliken, McClary Mercer, Delia Kice Hughes 2 ! er, J. B. Swinebroad, J. Patterson Paul Morrow 3 George j Dr. Frank L. Rainey, Lucille Schooler 2 Tanner and faculty advisor. Civics J The programme for the carnival Bertha Broaddu. Samuel Elliott. and commencement exercises as Jane Haselden, Lucille Schooler and follows: Irene Smith. Friday evening, June 9th., Kappa General Science Alpha Fraternity dance; Saturday Virgil Gastineau 2 evening, June 10th., Queen's ball, Homer Carrier . .1 college gymnaium; Sunday morning, sermon; 11th., baccalaureate 1 June V. A. Lear 1 Monday afternoon, June 12th., golf Craig Gooch . tournament; Monday evening, alumni Emma Lee Kay reception and ball, college gymnasFrench ium; Tuesday morning, June 13th., Iola Brown 2 cla day exercises, chapel; Tuesday Emily Bourne ...2 afternoon, tennl tournament, camElizabeth Hagan 2 carnival play, pus; Tuesday Elsie Meadows . 2 by Stock and evening, Club; Wednes Buskin Virginia Smith 2 day morning, June 14th., graduating Eugenia Dunlap ; 2 exercises, chapel; Wednesday after Bertha Brouddus game; Wednesday noon, ban-bal- l Jane Haselden .1. ..2 night, coronation, awarding of athletDelia Kice Hughe 2 ic letters, carnival dance in gymnas. Mo.-si-e ......... .....2 2 Mm Attention All will ell at Auction Saturlay afternuen at 2 P. M. in front of t ie court house, n number one, brand new, latest st)l pony runabout I FOR SALE: 20 bushels of cultiW. B. Griggs, Lancaster, K. 3. (It.) W. T King vated Hemp Seed. Office floor. Shoes! White Shoes Shoes! ......2 .. .... .... ..... .... .. " 1 ... .... .. ...............1 .. .. .... ... ... ...............2 .... 1 Crlsclllls ........ ....... . r ..2 1 1 Samuel Elliott Paul Morrow Lucille Schooler Irene Smith 2 lum. ....22 ...2 Baptist Church Newt .... .1 Virginia Smith, Allene Thomas Ardella Turner. 2 Book Keeping Luther Itich, Iola Brown, Mamie Brown, Essie Conn, Eugenia Dunlap, Elizabeth Hagan, Elsie Meadows, Due to the absence of the pastor in Jacksonville, Florida, the church note are abbreviated this week. The Sunday School und 11. Y. P. U. services will be held at the usual and hour, next Sunday, but there will be no preaching service morning nor 2 2 1 Emma Lee Kay Stella Speaks Elvaree Hurt I.enna Aldridge Lucille Beazley Koger Bourland Mamie Brown ................2 .................. .1 ....... ...-- -- -- Some Appetite. Toronto Paper living wonld like n geiitltiunn for break fahl uml dinner. Boston Trans2 cript. No Camera Fiends Thn. Another thing In favor of 1'haruoh'a duughler una that idie went down to the rUer ii bailie rather than to jiosu. Dullu NVw ................2,2 2 2 2 Elmer Casey Margaret Conn Edgar Creech Marie Cotton Murgaret Elliott Donald Kites Gertrude Conn Myrtle Lee Luther KIch Arithmetic Mary James Clirk Homer Carrier Craig Gooch Mary Lee Holtzclaw Wllbert Holtzclaw V .A. Lear Emma Lt Kay ............ tn- are uu'lliil win umv In three or 2 four weeks they will lu.t twice us long mu mini will 2 ind be waterproof , ....1 )ii' i niui;ti unx for h iIothh pairs. Waterproof Soles. If the sole of wulklng In llppi-- 1 .............. ................ ................... ... t, Patagonia constats of the territories f Itln Negro.' Cliuliiit and Suntu Cruz n Argentina. Formerly Patagonia was 1 portion 1 ipplled to the whole aouthern )f Hotith America. The name may b 1 lerlved from tin Spanish word pata 2 ('in. meaning a large fool, alluding to 2 h footprints found by explorers, 1 ir It may nime from the tjiilchuu wortl 2 utHruna meaning terraces. I Patagonia. evening. The prayer service next Wednesday evening at 7:30, topic "The DUpensatins of Conscience and Hu It is especially man Government." desired that there be a good attend ance at the prayer service next week. There will be, a short business ieion following of the Advisory Council the meeting. The pastor will preach at the morn ing service on the 28th., and in the evening Prof. Baird, of Berea Col lege, will .peak at the regular hour of service. A quartette of young peeple from Berea will accompany him and render special music. Prof. Baird is a forceful and entertaining speaker and will bring a wortn while We should have a church message. full to enjoy this special srtrvlce. ' The pastor is depending on your loyalty during his absence to make the services better than usual by your attendance and Some women's tongues are like an eignt day clock. They have a long t me to run down. ely pseudo-anle- and Slippers far rooms for rent on second ladles, slightly worn, highest grade, Citizen National Bank. and best quality at $1.00 per pair, while they last, at the home of many When your thoughts (urn to eprlne shoes, the old Ilrummit stand, near wrap mid you nrv distracted In tryWANTED: An Internatienal Gaso- Garrard Tobacco warehouse. ing to client- thr practicabil- line Power Hay Baler. Write, phone A. J. Thompson, Proprietor ity of n rimt and the graceful miihm-iics(tf) or call at this office. nf n cup, remember that It I eay to tuako a nwiprotuK. Some on Buy your Knlls, Bread and Cakes Value of Society, has fniVHvn your dlttlmlty In tb at thr Hotel Restaurant. Baked Rovlety baili tbl fooii at least: that wrap for wear cholcv of It ltaeiis our rtMTt. by teaching us u. The freh every day. anil solved it for our slgnlrt-'arii-and making us so brni In aevernl ilrllgbtful vnrluilone. FOR SALE: White Plymouth Rock juulnted with our betters. Tnsekitrsr. one of them shown In the Illustration. eggs, 15 for M.OO. Wool Jemey or nny of the aoft. Mrs. Roy Parther, Why Turn to Right! wcmiI routines, make wrup of R. No. 3. Buckeye pike. The Drat "keep to the rlht" law are llneil with this kind Their eu-t In the I'liltis .State. It crept or satin, iinunlly In n quiet WANTED: 1C or 15 head of cat by lbs to hese b'ti color. The model pictured Is In Wsl It tie to graze. Good water and grass. Jli.rlniMl Ier1tsitirr equal to nil weather niergenrlen. Ollie Este.i, lnncaster, Route 1. Is fastened ulth two large buttons and Physiological Fact. they make, with buttonholes, n uninrt There I n greut ileal of unmapped decorative feature ou the cape pos SEED CORN FOR SALE $1.75 --oiitury within u udl.li would nate tlou. a bushel. Test 100-7- 0 ears to bush- to . isken Into aiftmnt in an eplanaof onr guts ami torHi - tleorge Jud Tunklnt. el. Box 173, It .F.D. 1, Lancaster, tl i:iioi Jud Tunklns says the reason we see II. F. Kelly 413Ct pd .h worst side of so many people It' Wonderful Nils Dimi. that n man Is lluble to keep xllent Chicken Feed; Uying Mash ThroHzb (lie w.rk of llrlll.li hen be' happy lnti-- nl of when he Scratch Feed for young cMcki, that it U im.u m rtncuUie within Iomk bin temper. make them grow. i few feet the nnoxihi ( wati-that Harrodsburg Ice S: Produce Co. ilnll tbHe ilnun th Ml- Votes of British Parliament Chiefs. n.Nhl ire unknown; , , t,nt twrrUil. tate The difference between the speaker (54.3t.) r nffiilra when Iber if tin- - KheIIkIi iMiuse of common and lu elmush FOR SALE: Pure bred S. C. auter the lord (hatirWIcir, who iMViiple a White Leghorn Eggs, 5 cent each. ilinlliir position In the Iioim of lords, A Grind Finale. a thru while the tqnker cannot takn Bnby Chicks, 12'icts. each. In debutes und run vote only 711 rt Musical profesaor. Mrs. Richard Anderson, pllnlu: why alien there U n tie. the lord rliuneellor CI307t.pd.) Stanford, Ky., R. 4. le bud to have hla new nr tm.i In; a entitled to Slunk mid Mite on nil t'a like tills, the eligin imnle ln. . alo Chleken Laying Mash Feed; e"rt. tbi-- tliH ear rlmucul k..va. .onslona Scratch Feed for young chicks, that iimI went on four Hat, and It endeit RavSQei by Rats. i with u grutul iHtie. Sebiiiv und make them grow. It hn be'n eitllimtiil Hint the Harrodsburg Ice & Produce Co. mention. loss from nils In the ITnlt.nl . ........ tuui". tm f.i"v""V""' n jrnr. 10 iiiir (54.3t.) As Usual. itltnntei befoiv the wur, the iilinutil There WANTED: To buy a geod Mfond alio wn was u wuau in (ltir town la inn ire In the I'lilliil Kingdom wns a.i wondroua alio used $70,( ).(!. ,a a carrier of bubonic hand Ford Touring or Roadster. ler enr for Inuring thing, for (518-2t.pdillu-HGeorge Est vs. ilugi mid other tli rnt Is .blnus her e mj M.en abed lin r. is with the of nion hiimua Lancaster, Ky. jejird ami seti It all, wlwt did this ! than nil the nr In hl.tnry 'esnale il.i but iim- - Iht tongue for tell FOR SALEi Sluts Auto 83 per US eery blei! HilHg hU, knew, Beauty In the Sky. Easy terms to !xrlilie. To ae the atnra well, one must cent good cheap. make bis camp In the deert. There responsible parties. Laying Mash Chicken Feed ; Conn & Conn Garase. is be lie rolled for the night In his Scratch Feed for young chicks, that )luiiket. surrounded only by dlitmice make them grow, lixl ileHolutloii, he looks up Into GRAZING: Can graze 50 to 70 Harrodsburg Ice rreater lMuutle than nil the muiiiiia, Produce Co. ) rnllerlea, und ronsenriitorlea of elvlll ratle In good blue grass and clover, catloii pun offer. Hut Ibex' thing can running water in abundance. Call le wen In wrt from any In mi. und a or phone Howard King, dtlle even from the street corner. Ilryuntivllle, Ky, Knink A. Wuugh. In --The LatiiUciit) FOR SALE Cultipackers, $00.00; Buggy, 'J0, Single Comb Brown Leghorn if taken at once; Double ahovels, "PMUdO." Egg, 10 for 75cU 100 for The prertxe f "p.eud" and Mpeu $4.00; Riding Cultivators, $25 to $50. $1.00 in Lancaster. 10 for in" are dented from the Greek Refrigerators, screen doors und win$1.00, 100 for $5.00 prepaid pneude. fulae, tilld pavudos, falsehoixt. dows, Smoothing Harrows, $12.00; within the third zone. Combined with other wonls- - or forms e corn drill, $25.00. One good three year old mule. of worth they have the following J. K. .Mount fc Co. One three year old Jersey cow mean In ; . a false, spurious or counterfeit coudltlon. 2, An abnormal and calf, a good one. One Man wanted to work Garrard counform of or a close resemblsnre to ty. Prefer man, whose wife could Canopy oil brooder. (something), ;s. a, reaembluoce la I want some younj stectj that run hem stitching machine and keep many symptoms, but luck of the will weigh between 600 and 700 office open. Wilt open office. For characters that mark the true pounds. information call Singer Sewing Ma form; ssld of diseases. 4. chine Co., Danville, Ky, lan geometry , for example, EfkC.FifTi.lxl73UKMlK, ly s nnnt Ilglit-vrelc- i- n g riia-te-- (f-l-- 2t.) - -- en-ne- r l.. pro-ioiii- Ic hv .) (5-l..- two-hors- simj-ci- dc Non-Eucli- . (5112.)