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Lexington We Greet You BABY CONFERENCE MEMORIAL CEREMONIES Delight Large Audience at To Be Held Here Thursday LEAGUE Last Saturday Brought Two Lasting Through Saturday School Auditorium Commercial Organization to - Thousand Tobacco GrowAt Lancaster Cemetery Sunday Stanford High Again Defeat' ers to Lancaster 7M IN ATTENDANCE SM INVITATIONS ISSUED Meet in Lancaster in July May 28th, at 2 O'clock Captain Henry's Nine. Lancaster High Closes A Successful Season By JO At th edays draw nartr for tht $272,000.60 DISTRIBUTED At the monthly meeting of the Final arrangements for the deco"At the End of the Rainbow," title RAIN MAKES MUDDY DIAMOND Baby Conference, held under the ration of the graves of soldiers of a three act comedy, presented by Jlluc Grass League of Commercial Every detatl for the paying out County burled in Garrard County have been the senior class of the Lancaster High Organlxatloni, at Georgetown last auspices of the Garrard (By Billy Miller) Chapter of the American Red Cross, made by the Heidel Sanford I'ott of School, was a lilting finale to a Tuesday, It was unanimously decided the tecond enttallment of the tobac interest increases and everyone U the American Legion with which art week of Interettlng and Instructive to hold the July meeting In Lanca co money by the hurley .association, Captain Henry performing the last talking of the hfe event which open to whteh' mmrli.,1 th. ! nt ter. A delegation of Ave from th was carried out to the letter. last time for the Lancaster High School the fraternal orders of Thursday at the court house In Lan- I. O. O. F. and Knights of Pythias, the schools last Friday evening.! Chamber of Commerce here attended Saturday, to complete had arrange, played his strong nine against that meeting at Georgetown. They mentt been made by tho local chair of Stanford and defeated them by the caster and which promise to be one who o decorate the graves of Never before hat a senior clatt heap-M- h G. B. Swlnebroad, John M man, Judge L. u. Walker. It wat tcore of 4 to 3 on a muddy diamond. of the biggest event ever undertaken their dead. All members of the ed more honon uoon Ittelf than Vy 'the local chapter. Practically American Legion, L O. O. F. and the caet that presented this play to a farra. Price McGrath, H. S. Hudson an unpredlcted day for Lancaster, for Bratton.on the mound pitched a great every detail hai been arranged and Knights of Pythias are to meet at delighted audience, brinirlnir hearty nJ at no other time wat there ever at game of ball for the High School lads Abbott. five hiMeked Invitation have been the I. O. 0. F. Hall before 2 o'clock applause often during he evening. There are 10 organizations In thli much money released In the county, and held the vltlton at his mercy $272,000 having been the total of the throughout the entire contest. Cox League consltln tsard to that many babies in Car Sunday, at which time It is planned The auditorium wat packed and Jam - BIu rard county under two yean old. to march In a body to the cemetery .med and many turned away for lack tans, ivynmi checks tent here for distribution caught the game and played well In Thunday, the flnt day of the con- for the decorating ceremonies. of sUndlng room. There were over " Lexington, Lawrenceburg, Har- among the Garrard county growen hit new adopted position. Cratch-.fiel- d Four placet had been arranged In ference will be devoted to bablet un Danville McholatvIIle, A speaker has been secured by th .700 nald admltsion. Samuel Elliott, rodsburg. at usual on the flnt bag tacked der one year old, Friday to the babira ,1. O. 0, F. to commemorate thel as a lawyer; Paul Morrow as a groom .ancaster, Richmond, Winchester, ML the court house and police court room them all that came his way. Anderunder two year old and Saturday all dead, and Judge L. L. Walker will Cecil Henry as Butler and the parts Sterling, Owlngsville, Georgetown alphabetically where checks were son made many pretty plays on sechanded the growen without delay or ond and succeeded In catching all the bablet whole age run from two to ,sprak on behalf of the American taken by Walker Robinson, S. D, and Falmouth. A large representation and splen confusion. All but a few checks were throws from Cox to tecond. Captain flveyear. Saturday afternoon th Legion, and the Knights of Pythlat, Cochran and Ben Kavanaugh, played colored bablet of the county will be Music will be furnished by a local their parts so well that no one should did program occurred at the Hotel failed for .and considering the volume Henry on thort played an unutual looked after. doubt that their profession should be Lancaster, from one to three P. M of business handled, very few erron good game and was on the Job conquartette. Although Ave hundred Invitatlont Lexington pleJged one hundred were made. tinually. His greatest desire was to Everyone who can furnish flowers the stage. A committee from the business be Captain of the nine that defeated have been issued, It it potilble that (lags or other suitable decoration The girls did Just at well at the boosters for the June meeting at many have been overlooked, for th requested to (end them to the I. boys, if not a little better, each act Owehsvllle, where, efforts are being men and merchants of Lancaster had the lads from Lincoln county. W. reaton that these bablet parent fail 0. F. hall before 2 I. M. Sunday or ing their parts perfectly and with so made to secure the Trail carefully arranged every detail to Robinson onthlrd bate backed up the ed to register their birth with th bring them to the cemetery and give much personality and grace, showing Route. The July meeting will be ward the entertainment of the Im pitcher to the latt notch, while Estes, Bureau of Vital Statistic. The in them to the committee in charge, in every word and movement the held at Lancaster and every one of inense crowd, as well as to feed them Gaines and Daniels were In the field vitatlon issued were through the reg which will be: Messrs. Robert Hay. thoroughness of their training. Those the sixteen organizations will come to their hearts content, which was praying for a ball to get to them In istert of thrte bureaux, but those who Curtis Sanford, Brewer Layton, an participating were Misses Judith to see the Biggest Little Town in done, with burgoo, coffee and tan order that they might show to the wiches. It it no smalt undertaking fans who braved the disagreeable failed to get nlvitatlona are Just Robert Meadows, representing the Daniels, Mottle CrltclUIt, Jane Has the State. to. feed three thousand or more peo- weather that they too could play ball. welcome and are expected on th Legion; Messrs. Ralph Meadows and elden, Delia Rice Hughes Faye King, ple, but It wat done here latt Sat The game was called by "Babe" day mentioned above. Hugh Mobley representing Knights of LaVerne DIckenon, Helen Gulley Miss urday, as anyone of those present Lawton and Geo. F. Farris. Thit A committee of ladles have bee Pythlat and William Cox and ilemer Lula Anderson, Lucille Schogler, named who will look after the en Murphy representing the I. O. 0. F. Ruth Taylor, Irene Smith, LaVerne Winning Honor at Unirsrsity of can testify. This committee deserves ended one of the most successful much credit for their work. The tertalnment of the crowd, lunch be . Everybody is invited to be present Hicks, Elsie Brown, Allene Curtis, base ball seasons that was ever known Kentucky ing served rath day at noon. of the ladies was par excel to L. H. S. and the play en under Clyde Hughes and Bertha Broaddus, and take part In these ceremonies. lent and their help added very mater Captain Henry's regime have played parade, hat been arranged for Thurt Interesting features between acts LEXINGTON, KY., May 23rd ially to the succcw of the day. Noth day afternoon a J. :30 o'clock and It was the tinging of Messrs. Charll wonderful season and now that their H. Miss Nell Noland of Lancaster, ing wat left undone for the pleature beloved it Important that all bablet report Doty, Curtis Sanford, Rustett San fry., daughter Captain has finished his of Mrs. Mae Hughes and convenience of the crowd, which at the court house before that hour, course at L. II. S. the playen that ford and Wade Walker. LNoland, It a tophamore in the college was the happiest Mrs. Rom Bit tin will have charge one seen here In will take part In the contests in the The Commencement address to of Artt and Science Mr. William H. Sowder, who at the University many years. of the parades Mrs, Theo Currey it yean to come will always be grate- the graduatet by Dr. B. F. Bush, of of Kentucky. Mist Noland hat sus All were delighted with tho enter the chairman. of, the, lunch committee moved with his family to this city nd. Presbyterian church of Lexing ( tained a high scholastic standing dur tainment shown them by the citizens Jul for the untiring and unceasing from Muncle ,nd., a month since, .rs. ueorge am it ft will be the at ton, on Thursday evening was large, Ing energy put forth by this noble, and her stay at the University. of the town and had no hesitancy In tlitant to the phyelclan in charge died at his home on Lancaster street ly attended and the address wat pro Wednesday, aged 58. He had in She has taken for her major sub expressing themselves as pleased. capable leader. Dr. J. E. Edward will have charge Athletic Director McRoberts and nounced the best that had been heard of the physical examination, assisted fluent some months ago, later con for many month. Hit theme wat Ject, "Education" at the Is preparing They discussed the merits of the as- Coaches Whlttaker and Wilmot are henelf for a teacher. tractedl a throat trouble and then America" sociation with their nelghbon and to be highly congratulated on the by Ave other prominent physicians and it was ably handled Last year she attended his lungs became Involved. His con Man- - Its future hope. It was unanimous of the county. In the absence of Mr. Boyd, the Baldwin Seminary at Stanton, Va, among them that the organization had wonderful nine that they whipped InCounty' Garrard Community union was such that he could not speaker of the evening was introdue to shape. Nurse, Miss Eva Westover and Dr. fight the Inroad, being made on hit ed in very happy and appropriate and while there the won the medal proven a tuccett In every particular, Edwards have been working night and constitution and he gradually declln wordt, by Mr. Robert Hay. Mr. offered for tho highest scholastic turpatslng many obstacles and trouttandlng made by a Freshman In the bles that brought phcnomlnal Bowen's He leaves .day for the patt few weeks, arrange ed until the end came. results. Boyd was ill at hit home by a badly Garrard county has nearly a ninety ing every little detail and that they his wife, who wat Mis Sarah E. Mc sprained back, but we are glad to study of French. Miss Noland was a member of the per cent organization, have done their work well, will be Neil, and who was born In Knox announce that he it about himself and it Is freely class of 1020 of the Lancaster High predicted that before many moons, evidenced by the Interest, shown and county, thlt State, and the following again. it AH LaacatUr People, Auspices MaSchool. She will be remembered at iwill be 100 per cent perfect. J. T. Sowder, Mist Addle the hundred of babies that are ex children: having the title role in the Senior Sowder, Robert Sowder and Mrs. pected to attend this Conference, sonic Lodge Cantrill Speak Visits Home play. Josh Wilson. Deceased was a mem The grandmother will play an im In the presence of an audience The hearts of many of hit old portant part In the big parade. Mr. ber of the Baptist church and had At a meeting latt night, all arrangewhich filled the big circuit court room been, for J. D. Kinnalrd, expects to lead the occurred many yean. Tho burial friendt were made glad last week to and overflowed into the halls and ments were completed and datet tet In the Lancaster cemcttry see Judge William McKee Duncan, a A. D. Scott, aged 50 years, died in parade with her tlx grandchildren. for the big Masonic Home Talent Thursday afternoon after brief ser former Lancastrian, but long a resi Cincinnati last Thursday, where he stairways, Congressman J. Campbell Minstrels, to be given at the School unlets tome other grandmother Cantrill pleaded with the tobacco vices at the grave by Rev. John dent of Louisville, he having spent has lived for the past two years, Mr. growen to come into the association, Auditorium, Friday evening, June more fortunate and hat more than Cook Taylor. Interior Journal. the last week-en- d with his brother, Scott was born and reared in Gar lx grandchildren, In which event she only for the benefit of the mem 2nd. John M. Duncan and sitter, Miss Jen rard county and is the first of nine .not Gov. Bowen, formerly Comedian leadt the parade. ben, but for their own sakes, and nle Duncan. He delights In meeting clldren to have passed into the Great and Producer of the At G. Field Handsome certificates, suitable for "make It unanimous." hit old friendt and can entertain Beyond. framing will be awarded each baby his arrived In the city to Many the $3,500 them by the hour with reminiscences and two He is survived by 23, wife and the women were inwas audience, Minstrels, has of the reheanalt and children, Edwin, attending the Conference. At ten and Congressman given an take charge "Easter Star," a gaited gelding of former year spent In Lancaster Ruble, 10 yean old. He leaves sev enthusiastic reception. He wat in .producing the thow. Mr. Bowen and two o'clock each day a demon days. Father en brothen, Messrs. Gut, Charlie, J, Thetestratlon will be giver In prcpar-In- owned by Charles Cook, of Shelby- - during his boyhood troduced by Judge L. L. Walker, brought with him tpccial scenery, A. T., William, Marsha! and Virgil chairman for Garrard county. Mr, costumes and parade outfit that will and pastucrixing the baby' food, ville, bred by AUIe McAfee, whote Time hat dealt gently with Judge will be id sire wat "Bourbon Star," owned by Duncan, who lookt quite the tame ns Scott and one sitter, Mrs. H. C. Cantrill is full of hit tubject and make ouc boys equal, if not surpass, Thes demonstration charge of Mlitei Mary Davis, Irene Eli Shvlbourne, was told to W, G he did twenty yean ago. He was ac Ruble. Mr. Scott wat a member of never made a better speech than he any of the traveling Minstrels that Smith .Berths Broaddus and Mayme Shropshire last week for $3,500, ac companied to Lancaster by hit grand the Methodist church at Mt. Olivet, did on thit occation. Mr. Cantrill has played Lancaster. cording to Mr. Shelbournc. The show it divided into teveral Stapp. The daughter, Mn. Ridgely Lee, of Cieve and was one of Its devout memben, tald he had found satisfaction to be hone won tccond In the $10,000 and, Ohio, and handsome young great His remains were brought to Lan general, according to reports he had dittinct parts, the flnt .which it de Duncan Rogers Boosters stake at the State Fair, it was said grandson, Master the dltslnctlon Lee, caster last Saturday afternoon, in- - heard since his arrival from Wash voted to blackface Minstrelsy, it enThe latter had and erment following in the local ceme Ington, and that ho hoped Andcnon News. the grow titled "The Floral Festival" "The honor of tlceplng In the tame cradle tcry, services being conducted by Rev. To Be Our Honored Visitor Today. en would sign up unanimously In the High School of Minstrelsy" which is while here .that his Back Price T. Smith. drive to be conducted In the county complete with the latest songs and About one hundred and fifty boos occupied during hit babyhood. They dances. "The Foolishness of 1922" during the present week. ter and butlnes men of Lexington returned to Louisville Monday afterQuite a number of contracts were It the title of an interettlng travesty are to bo our guests today from 1 1 1 5 noon. on Lancaster's City Government In A graceful young lady was teen until one o'clock. They are to motor The above it e of a four act Igncd following Mr. Cantrill' ad which all the city officlalt will be repthe other evening on Maple avenue over from Stanford, having apent comedy to be presented at the School dress and a few before, he began resented. Many other specialities will Serious Utt night In Danville, whero they riding the horse show favorite "Edna Auditorium, Monday evening, June speaking. A number of growers latt be added. The entertainment will Friendt of Ollle Carpenter will re 5th., by the Senior class of Berea fall were prevented from Joining the ware given a cordial and royal wel Mae' 'in one of her high school part close with a comedy burlesque, "Docome. A committee of business men galtc. Seemingly the wonderful gret to learn that he It confined In a College. More details In next Issue association because of previous agree. of Lancaster are to meet the mortor mare enjoyed the exercise at much Lexington hospital, where he was of the Record. Tho play it brought mentt or contracts. These have come ings in Darktown," In which the cade on the Stanford road and escort at the young lady. Horseback riding operated upon yesterday. While the here at the request of the Young into the asioclation, it was said, and Delegates, Prohibition Party and Suf- them into the city where they will It taking on new life in Central Ken operation was serious, hit surgeon! Peoples Union of the BaptUt church. the outlook In Garrard county for fragettt will come in for their share the signing up of the outside grow- of the fun. Rehearsal! are being from all tucky townt this spring a swell at in report that he it doing well and hope receive a hearty welcome ers almost unanimously, was declar- - held nightly at the Matonlc Hall. our citizen. They have arranged several other states. Danville Mess to have him out again toon. Some of Lancaster's best talent will d to be favorable, lunch at the Kengarlan and will Wavs enger. be "seen In what promises to be the Last Monday wat ono of the quiet- A New here at one o'clock for Bcrea where Not? biggest thow ever. BryanUville Wins they will spend the night; thence to it Court Days seen in Lancaster In . rx In a very thort while the members many months, due possibly to the Richmond and to Lexington the fol One of the, best ball teams In Gar f the Christian Church will be asked thousands that were in Lancaster last On the penonal page of thlt Issue Notice lowing day. rard county has developed at to decido whether we thould begin we are carrying a large advertisement and they are cleaning up this year the ratting of a church Saturday, to receive the second pay All memben of the I. O. O. F. FOR SALE: My household and opponents about at fast at they building fund. In view of this situ- - ment on their pooled tobacco. Not f "The Four Honemen," one of the Lodge, Knight of Pythias Lodge and Kitchen furniture at auction Satur their more than ordinary Saturday after greatest photo plays ever produced. day, May 27th., at my home on Maple can get to them. Last Sunday thlt turn the tubject next Sunday morn noon crowd was here and very little It it being tcreened at the Colonial the American Legion are urgently team of player defeated the More-lan- d ing will be: "A New Church or Avenue. Sale beginning promptly Theatre In Danville, starting yctter- - requested to be present at the Court team by a score of 0 to 8. The Not?" All memben of the congre buslnett wat transacted. carpenat two o'clock. Alto tome day and continuing through Friday Home In Lancaster, Ky., Sunday affeature of the game wat a home run gation are urged to be present. evelng with matinee at 2:30 and ternoon, May 28th., at 2:00 P. M ter's took for tale, (lt-pd- .) Mrs. Jesse Dunn. by Newt Gotney, that brought In evening hours at 7:30. Many from for the purpose of decorating the three men. The Circle Girls will conduct an Lancaster expect to see It. graves of the departed brothen and Next Sunday the BryanUville boys exchange at Haselden Brothen' store buddies. Let all memben bring Z. T. Rice and Son sold two nice will cross bats with a Jfast team next Saturday, Everything good to Just received car load 1x6 10 flowen. Signed We with to express our thank to from Lexington .Hampshire male hog this week. One and It should be an eat can be bought cheap. Wm. Cox. Hugh' Mobley, R. H. Hays. ft. White Oak Fencing. the many friendt and neighbors dur- Interesting game. to Richard Cobb, of Boyle, for $21; Battln Lumber Co. d ing the illness and death of our one to McKlnley and Baughman, of FOR SALE- - -- Extra good sanitary FOR SALE PRIVATELY: My Never tell another man he It a Stanford, for $20. Those pigs weigh- - couch. and father. Mrs. J as. W. Smith. The fellow who thinks he knows it household furniture, ej about 100 pounds each. Mr. Jesse Dunn and children, fool. The truth is often offensive. all doesn't know how to think. (tf.) Mm. J. D. Prather. " will-als- dldrw' 1 r''uPi 0r" "". - Mid-lan- d Noland William Sowder Dead Governor Minstrels Old Scott "Easter Star" . Brines Lexington 'Edna Mae" great-grandfath- 1 In Danville "Wait For Clarence tho-Utl- Operation Small Court Day Church or "The Four Horsemen" le Exchange Saturday Card of Thanks Another Hoc Sale hue-ban- Th Central Record, Lancaster, Ky Thursday May 25, 1922 STABLE BOY TO STATESMAN 444 cigarettes 11 Engllthmnn flcrn In Humble Clrtunv stances Mse Place for Himself Among the Qreat no imin of modern time com-mwir- I'rrlHip has punei n mure varUM nnd nnnnn-ti- c life than Thomas Wurd. who lire nx n stable Niy and who Inter Urn fne famou ni n statesmnii, the Iiillmnte of kings nnd thejdayer of a j.ioinlnent role nt I lie court of fiirinn. WnnI, who cms born at Yorkshire1, Kng., In 1S10, enten-the senlc of 1'rincv I.lchieiisiela vf Ilunifary nt an early age, mid soon imi-l- u liame for hlinelf us a Jockey In Vienna. In 1S(0 he wa made ma'ler of the horse st the court of the dukemf I.urcn. proving his t llUlciicy by reducing more than SO per cent of whljli proof of Ids ability he was sent to Klofencc oh a coiifldehtl'al mtssleii of the highest ImNrtince In IMS. Itut shortly afterward the duke's rule was terminated by a revolution, and Ward beciiuie nn active agent of Austria, recovering the hereditary estates of I 'arm and l'lucenlU. As a reward, he was made prime minister and sent as an envoy, first to Vienna and later to St Petersburg. After the aias!nntlon of the youthful Charles III. whom the baron had placed u;on the throne of l'annn. Ward retired from public life and took to ngrlculturul pursuits In Ause ie se ; DANVILLE, KENTUCKY ''"r' B iH t A year ago almost unknown Annual Today a leader u fir (. i ju.- - nl Wisdom and Qreatncts. Oreat men are not nlwn-- s wise. Spring Sale THE SECOND WEEK OF THE ANNUAL EVER OFFERED. DRASTIC REDUCTIONS THROUGHOUT THE STORE ON ALL MERCHANDISE FOR MEN, WOMEN AND CHILDREN. A sweeping verdict for QUALITY Always. When you buy ndmlratlon you are ewnpellcd to pay (or It regularly U yea wish to keep It. SPRING tria. When he died, carrying with hliu ninny secrets connected with the leading fnuillte of Kurope, this man who started n a stulile boy hore lio les titles, than nlneieeti dlstlngulnlied among them several conferred by the rvlpilng houses of Austria, (Jennaiiy SALE BRINGS FORTH THE MOST AMAZING VALUES Job 32:11. Dally Thought. See by Hie papers a There are occasions when It It un- hi girl right under doubtedly better to Incur loss limn tc noe. It wonld hnve make gain. I'lautlus. hnve kissed her rlsht Elevated Thought fishing for an argument. Tlmcs-Dlspatc- Hint When a man usks for your opinion, look wine nnl keep quiet lie Is only A Hlchtnond h Necessity far saving. Any men who canrtot save mouey I bound to be dependent on relative 01 charity when he attains old nee nnd It unable to mm a salary. Uncle Eben's Philosophy. "When I works" said Uncle Kben, "I Rita along better wlfuut a helper, unless I kin r.nd enough fob him to do to keep him Turn thlnkln' he's u nudl ence." "City of Peace." A former city n the Mte of Jerua-- I em wu rolled Salem. An Assyrian Inscription hn been mnd calling the place Urusnteiii, which meant "city oi peace. Things Instparabla. o hnve visions of a bet-te- r life thnu tl at of every day, but It Is the life of every day from which elements of a better life muit come- .Maeterlinck. It I' ue'l Excellent Parallel. Our body la u well-se- t clock, which keeps rood time; but If It la to t too much or Indiscreetly tampered with, the alarm runs out before the hour. Illshop Hall. Shaktspsare. Although his onlls are purple, and perfumed, nnd his prow of beaten fold, they waft him on his voyage, not less, but more rapidly and directly than If they had been composed of baser ma- teria I . rntncUjItirny Transatlantic Voyages. In 1KW the first regular Menmboat service arnws the Atlantic was established, the voyage occupying 17 days. In 1P00 the record yacht puerage acrots the Atlantic 13 days und 'JO hours was accomplished. Turpentining the Pine. Successive seasons of lurjientlnltig cause no lov trtta -- n sirtMutli or resin" content of pine trw the forest product la!rm.o of WisTh- - eri..- - turpentine, says consin. . the Schntiflc An ' of wound stimulus, Ik a ' I ttvtiin (mly from living cIk In Hie sap region of the tup lime. The lnurt wood, which consists of deud eelR, contain no sap. the result FRESH VEGETABLES GROCERIES MEATS fScott & Ruble Phone 20 Marjorle's "Theme" Short and to the Point Had at Least the Merit Value of "Style." of Conciseness. Style In painting I the Mine as In over materials, writing n power The teacher had assigned a task to whether words or pithily, by which the children that was causing them conceptions are convey.!. Sir Joshua convlderuble trouble. They were to lleynold. write a short theme on "What Makes Omit Cities," having 13 minutes to Sporting Man's Virtues. Mnrjorle sat demote to the subject. To brae little, to show well, to crow chewing the end of her tiencll, her If In luck to pay up. to own mind nppnrently n gently blank. Klve rain up, and to shut up. If beaten, nre the utes pasted, and stilt she hud not writ? virtues of a skirting man. Oliver ten it wrd. Then minutes went by Wendell Holmes. and Marjorle's paper was still a blank, Twelve minutes. fourteen. Differing Tasks for Writer. History can lie formed from perma- t "Only one minute more, children," teacher nnnounced. "Fold your nent monuments nnd record; but Uvea papers Icngthwl. and write your name can only be written from personal knowledge which Is crow I nit every day nnd the subject on the outside." All nt once Marjorle came to action. tes, and in a short time Is lost forShe wrote frantically nnd when the ever. Doctor Johnson. final minute was up she handeil her Taper In with the reit, correctly fold Reaction. labeled. Lady "Aren't you nshamed to bos? ed and Curiosity got the Iwtter nf the teach Vou nre so ragged thnt I am ashamed er, and nt the first opportunity she Hobo "Ye It Is of you myself." slli.iH.il Marjorle's puper out of th kind of n reflection on the generosity pile on her desk. of the nelg hborhood, mum." American ".Mnrjorle Jones." was written boldly Weekly. lesion on the outside. "Subject What Makes (ireat Cities." Loaves In an Acre of Wheat The teacher opened the paper and An acre of wheat should average found therein onu written word cov thirty-sibushels. Thl would pro- ering the subject more or Irss adeduce U'.CS pounds of flour, equaling quately. That word was: 2,146 pounds of bread that Is. Ml "People." loaves. This would provide for n family of six for n year. Trees of Qreat Age. The lime tree nt Morat, planted at Difference In Crowds. "Folks aln' got de respect fob music Frlbourg on the day of the celebrated dey used to have," said Uncle Kben. battle. Is one of the oldest trees In glorious event In the his "De difference between de old crowd Kurope. This having occured In and de new crowd Is dat de old crowd tory of Swltterland, enused to play on de bones an de new H70, the venerated tree, which Is circled by n colonnade nnd nf which crowd rolls 'em." the nged bruiiejiex are upheld by n r framework of wood, must be almost The Last Straw. 4.7) years oliL A famous I'nzlUh author prided The tlr uttnlns u still greater age. himself on Ms set of Shakespeare, In some of the most undent forests beautifully houmL One day his wife of ftcruiany. situated on the summit of came to lilm and, announced nits hud the Wurcelhurz In Thurlnglu, as many begun to gnaw one of the. volumes. as annual Injers have been countei! "Dear, deer." he replied, "even the nn some of the trees cilt down then rats think it. I Huron." The olive tree, so revered In undent Oreeco ii nil which Inspired such beautiful erses In the tragedy of Oedipus by Easy tu Verify the Count My assistant.'' Mild the conjurer. Sophocles, reached n much greater age. will now guess without assistance nccordlng to the ancient myth. 1'llny how many I i.'n n i..lleinan pre-l.- " even Diverts that III his time the olive tree which Minerva cnuctl rnt bus un b; l.e "I'.uw many are ,. there on in'' . ' n iiember of the to spring from the ground at the time audience. f . ..il m four hundred of the foundation of the city of Cecrops was still to be seen In the citadel of and ' .k..tid six hundred ' and twenty-four..lied the assistant Athens. Without heflti.ti.ir. If the gcntli-mnwin count l.b heirs," sold the Chinese Idea of Assassination. . Jurtr. convlm-.n,.!,,"he will see The Chinese have peculiar no Ions the n'i tier is Lnitt." concerning assanlnntlon. The man who killed the German minister. Von Kettler, during the Iloxer outbreak, Is looked on fiy the Chinese as u national martyr. The commemorative arch which the Germans forced on the ('lit iiom as ii monument d? their dlsgractt for murdering the representative of a foreign jHiwer, was understood by th' people at large to be a lastlmc memorial to the man who had committed the deed. When the arch was removed by the Chinese after they declured war on (lermany, the people were of the opinion that either he or on of hU family hnd committed muuo crime of such ii nature that the honor that had been conferred on him had been withdrawn by the government. x four-poun- d frch cuy kissed her vhapcron's been better to uf'er her own. and Itussla. NOT VERY FAR FROM CORRECT WE INVITE YOU TO ATTEND THE BIGGEST EY SAVING EVENT OF THE YEAR. MON- 7) celo-brati'- d Real Diugn of Education. Evil Seen In Baby's Tooth. Among the Congo native a superHut the drrlcn of education Is not stitious belief exists thnt the appear- accomplished unless a nun se beance or a baby's rlrst tooth on the yond the ..f seeing thing as upper Jaw la an III omen to thu com- they are. an I the jniwer of munity an4 that th child must therend niprvstlng the fore lie killed. thocht nf ether ram Into the pwwer of thinking blm.elf To I able canal or the Panama cnnnll" ti ask. "Wbyr and to tMseover what Just as a Loan. It mean to say, "Ittteaw" tliat Is Temporary Perfection. Johnny, n svriable little Mlow, s .if e,lueatlon. "Women iieer understand how to pay totig call In a rlgtir. Ills the Intetlrrteuil trlu Iliiiry Van l)ke It Is to try to imiVe a man think hotess kept up the cusbadly of the woman he loves so Ions tom of tinlug a eooky n him each as he believe that she returns bis lime. One day. being occupied, she Honey Be Always Titered. passion she Is, In h eyes, for the forgot to do so. .lehmiy wns exceedThe honey bee to have belnS, juTfort."--Fro"The ingly tart ful. A lie preparud to de- played a role In is snr time m f all the Maslc i'ower" br Tlllle Mrl.cnn. part he M hesttatlngh : "Mr. mere Important lUopiMex in-eand could I Iwirruw a cooky!" Itoman dhlnltles. A-m Ulln It Oldest Medical Fraternity. even had n dlvlnltr -- f Its own, the Montpeller, t'nlverslty of The goddr. Metlonln. 11.1 a Clirlsthins Play the Qsme to Win. France, hn a medical school tracing When youjoke life In the spirit of sewM to hate bet iu in m teiger to back to the Tenth century: In the comsIihw their ap.reHali . game you remoee Ike Miect. of the ing celebration of the seven hundredth the y While the house-nU.,1 i be sattsrieil loads from the way. Vou centennial of Its otllcbil recognition a and enjoy It by mixing eep di more with the patninaire u U !.. hess. and 4it!re and the slit was ghen mi monument to Itahcluls, one of Its brilt n Wtroii test with the burden. you liant nlumnl, wPI Jm unveiled. Scien give will tempt others The smtle o MUrj and In as St. Saturlniis. tht Imnkj bee tific American. the special f.i.ir the company f eonffeajtitl spirits winth Virgin ning tin! game la tbc nntamt tWatt. It's or wns even made the iltn ttaminL" your pnme. f!o In tu win. .Ml HkiI the Hwild'sertnnt f t. t They Cat Too Much. Station Master "I thtnk some one yoil put In In eVml wrttl coftv- - iHIt tu will get Into trouble on account nf thnt trliiinpli. Separator Wound Hel Up. train stnrtlug three minutes late." AsWhen I first went to lite In the sistant "Why? Any of the passencountry the wjrulor was a The Opoan. gers kicking)" Station master "No, TTie first sjmhhi wUn the (Him of the notiity i.i ii., and I In.lsted on playman swears he'll ing but the restaurant hstnl. Afterward wed shells milk with It. One evening after the make It hot for whoever Is resMiiul-hie.- " they got m hnd been run through 1 tried to the n.M ..re Then they Hallway Age. thought of titling i m M on shells. slop the uhret that still kept turning. I d. I ThoHlgh SKxink were (" ago In of couldn't sue-ei-und tosomv tmik the end Is Ancient Salutation. lay dnsa 'iirprlse the. ancient Kgypt, (Insie I Itosm-- . It The salutation of Wheel ctiUHSit in) dret h kept windwas a long time be.', i. .' were so ing rates of shaking hands Is very undent uswl In the west It up ur- -l Hi. The Mis hud to of ;. fo late run It Is mentioned by Homer, Arisami the they had tophanes, mid by Virgil. As the con- as the Fifteenth centm. ' highest to cut tl tit . Ie seln.rs and fnint of isy dress out ii with the bargain It appears In form of sKnm wns t firmation of a me, I nexer go handle. Hut by the i. . I "ills XV to release .. H.le 11 Kings 10:1.'.. It Is nevertheless prao r. am . uril,.r now. Hx Hear tinrelgtml In France tl.e i i ' ilalntlly tlcally relegated to the Anglo-Saxochange. decorated sikmiii wns races today Which. In a certain Dickie, the Washington family, hnd become somewhat perplexed through hearing of current events nnd of school "Dad," he nsked one topics. "which Is longer, the alimentary dls-cul- 'er t..n.l fr eve-nln- j, use-les- a,, J. m sl ihe Ia-vie- ml . ., ' Knsllsh-spcakln- : . n ' flfty-Mxe- . Honty and Wax In Church Ritual. Honey and wax were early believed to have medicinal nnd maglcnl properties, nnd were, of course, used for sacrificial purposes. Their ritual value Is apparent also In the Christian cult for honey wns formerly given to babies during baptism, nnd the tapers In churches today are supposed to be of pure bees' wux. In Case of Fire. Do not get excited, but move quick Take everything ofT your hangers, then off your dresser. Empty dresser dniMcrs, putting everything on your ly. bed. Then lake two opposite corners Weddintf Invitations What Is more sentiments! than rddlnr InvttattonT CertaJnly It Is not a mere mechanical product to be Vtildled around to the cheapest bidder. Cheap Cnery la generally disappointing. Our work la easily within reach and we have cornel tuuiiplca ter overy occasion und every purso. of spread and tie together. Then throw out of window, Il doesn't take long and in most enses there Is time for this saving of treasures. Have little drills with the children. It Is fun and tenches a lesson. The Other One Altruism Is u game two must play at, und It must be plajed cheerfully. You must not try to he altruistic all the time, you must tuke your turn being the other. It Is your duty to make htm happy, and It Itr rounlty his duty to make y"ou happy. ou must give him the opMrtunlty. If you renounced the "miserable alms that end with self," It Is praiseworthy In him Incouruge him to tu ti3 the same, have worthy alms that end In you. Samuel McChord Crothent In "Among Public Square Earth's Quiet Spots. Arid deserts occur In ull of the greut land divisions und reach un enormous extent In Africa, Asia und Australia. Tin) most pronounced desert of South America pre conditions found on lliu western slopes und benches of the Andes. Onu locullty, that of Coplnpo, bus an urerage precipitation of 0.1 Inch n yttir, nnd so 't n (he fur as known Is the driest eauth'k surluio, ,tw crk lieiald. LOUIHVILLE Complete line of Samples at The Central Record Office. Friends." The Central Record, Lancaster Ky. Thursday, May 25, 1922. IIIIHIHIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIHIrHIII MfffTTfTTS It Doesn't Always Happen By JUSTIN WCNTWOOD llllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllli: CupyrlatiS. i lilt. WmNis "'And worship Iter with jcara of nobis dscds Until he vlns bur . . .'" Kramer repented the Ltttlu MI word to herself imftly. They were cut f tier favorite Tennson, and Mitt Kmmer una romantic. girl at .She was the telephone ItrldKC h Htours. Hie wholesale tile tropic. Slip Imd held Iter Job live on years. She wns roimuitlc. She hud slipped lu-- r Tennyson under her hat, and lie was reading the poet la tli lunch hour. "Tin- Is," sighed Miss irnulilo Kramer, "men nro so horribly lft nowadays. And there's so little room for noble doiiU. How I one to be Ntiir UsUa. fill to-w- it: SHE I As Administrator of the ostnte of Mrs. Amnndn Coy, will Saturday, June 3rd, 19?? AT ONE O'CLOCK P. M. surcf lirct tlindtrd equipment. jflsJr X X She almot watered from tier fixed detrnnlnntloii neter to let uny mun fell to the highest bidder at her home place in Lancaster, Ky., all speak to tier of lotc until he had worof her household and kitchen furniture, consitsing of the followshiped Iter for lit least two )ears. Hut thins did ro faster now, and ing Miss Kramer was twenty-fit- . One-dininTlmt wns not old, of count, but Room Table, Set Dining Room Chairs, one nice lie could e twenty-seve- n L'tilght-rrrun- t Your satisfaction with n cnr depends upon your satisfaction with It peiformnnce, appearance, economy, comfoit nnd piicc. Tlice rue the vital point. And you must get satisfaction in each one if you are to be satisfied with your car a n whole. from this nnsle. Consider the LlCHT-SlIt i eisentinlly the ume enr n it wa when introduced. It wa light before it wnt offered. And it has made wood in the service o! thousands unci owner. It independable. It motor it powciful, flexible and freer from vibration than any car at anywhere near X stand up in service with The LlCHT-Sla minimum of repair expense. This, with low fuel consumption, means satisfactory economy. We never heard of a LlCHT-Slnot comfortable to ride in. that was And the price, $1045 f. o.b. factory, is out of proportion to its value. This price transmission lock includes the thief-proo- f which reduce the rate of theft insurance tnou-andt- it price. IttRrnccfullineaareenhanredbya lasting finUh.Cowl parking light and the cowl ventilator not only mid In ila cnnA looks but are nrt essary for complete satisfaction. Tearing, $10451 TViW hmJ ; I uciir-s!)?ow- UV Umtal 15 to 20 per cent; large plate glass window in rear curtain, inside and outside door handles nnd other refinements. And you get the priceless ingredient prestige and high standing of the maker who for 70 years has been building quality vehicles and selling them at fair prices. one-piec- to the owner e 5dmn, S17S0. All RoUCr. $1045 1 Wcm CosaM-Jtosotsts- r, r. a. cV, factory. SI37S Cardwell DANVILLE, 66 KENTUCKY. Arnold GUY. Mcsdamcs Win. Walker and James Yanti are on the sick list. Mr. Taylor, of Corbln, is visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. I. Foley. Mr. and Mr. Edd linker and family spent an enjoyable day Sunday at Green Hrlar. Mrs. Henry Vater spent Sunday at Stanford with her mother, Mr. Patience I'richett. Mr. and Mr. Simon Tankenley were Sunday visitors of Mr. and - Mr. A. N. Merlda. Misses Carrie Lee Sutton and lieu-Ia- n Yatcr are visiting Mrs. I'uticnee I'ritchctt, of Stanford. MUi Mattle DcuUh Cobb spent a portion of the pat week visiting Mis Laverne Whlttaker. Mr. and Mr. Henry Tuttte and Clay Itenells were Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mr. Wm. Dame. Little Mis Lucy Kathcrino Whlttaker Is visiting her Mr. and Mm. Wm. Whlttaker. Mles Fnnnlo Merida, Lucy and Nolle Turner were Sunday visitors of . .... , ... m suites .nouio anu cinei uarae. Mr. Jame - Ynntis was the vltl-ta- r Sunday night of Mr. and Mrs. Joshua 11. Adams, of Danville. Mr. '.. T. Illce, Sr., of Uichmond, was the guest Friday night of his son, Mr. Harry I). Itlce and Mr. Itlce. Mr. and Mr. William Sutton had for their visitors Friday Mr. Guy and Carrie Y. Davidson, of Lancaster. Mr. and Mr. Harry D. Hlco and Mr. Y. M. Thomas, of Lexington, were visitor Sunday at Crab Orchard Springs. Mr. Y. M. Thomas, of Lexington, ha returned home after a visit with ilier daughter, Mrs. Harry D. Itlce grand-parents', I- nah Lane were entertained Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mr. John Prather. Whlttaker, Mr. and Mr. Wm. Misses Laverne and Lucy Katherine with Whlttaker. spent the week-en- d Mr. and Mr. Mat Cobb, of the road. Mrs. Milton Ward and Mr. C. It. Henry and children, Mesr. Tom and Grovcr Ward were dinner guest of Mr. and Mr. W. 0. Clark, of the road Monday. A number of the farmer in thl vicinity took advantage afthe tobacco season tait week and many plant were set. Mr. Tom Turner got his entire crop of Mi acres out by the 10th. of May. Mr. and Mr. Shirley Davis Gover, entertained with a of Stanford charming Uridge dinner the past Thursday evening honoring Mr. and Mrs. Harry D. Itlce. The home was beautifully decorated with spring lower. It wa a delightful alTalr In every appointment and enjoyed to the fullest by the twelve couple In attendance. Lex-IngtLex-Ingt- with Mrs. Andrew Stotts. The pool men of this place were In Lancaster Saturday to receive their second distribution on their tobacco, Mr. and Mrs. John Dalley enter tained Sunday Mr. and Mr. Marsc Murphy, Mr. and Mrs. Heather Mur phy and Mr. and Mrs. Hobert Sower. Mr. and Mr. W. T. Moberley were called Saturday at the bedside of Mrs Fred Howard, who is very ill with gallstone. Her many friends wslh scarce as raspberries In January! her a speedy recovery. "Tough luck, Ml Kramer!" It wa The fellow who runs into debt Don Huydon speaking outside the of finds it difficult to even crawl out. flee. "It means the breaking up of old association for all of us.' Miss Kramer nodded. She could not Will trust herself to .enk. After all, she mlsht not have Insisted ahout altout two year, even If be came riding along Immediately on the vletnted. No (toe linil ever shown any disposition to worship MI Kramer. Utery-bod- y liked her, and twice In her life joung men had helmved foolishly mid Mis Krniner hnd looked at them reproachfully and they had shrunk. That wu the pity of It. Men took o much for granted. There wa young Don Haydon, the assistant bookkeeper, for Instance. They had len good friends for neurly a )ear. Then he had asked permission to roll at her hoarding house, and will. Just whnt had happened? Alt Mis Kramer could remember wa that hi nnu had stopped hanging along the edgo of his rlmlr nnd had shown a tendeney to Mray across the arm of her chnlr to where her lisnd rested. And then Subtly, very subtly, MIm Kramer had convejed the Impression that that us not where Don llaydon's hand ought to be. He had left a few minute afterward. And they had not been such good friends since. lie had neTer called again. She glanced across the hull at htm as he sat wrestllug with the hooks. Perhaps a thrill of apprehension ran even throuKh her pcrhsp he wa now strugcllng to avert the rumored Insolvency of Bridge & Stour. Every one knew the rimi was In deep water. The cashier came out of the manager's office, csrrylng a package of letters. He left one on Miss Kramer's desk, went on without (peaking, left one on the next desk, on every d(k, Ml Kramer opened hers snd read with terror: of "On account of the winding-ubusiness we shall be unsbte to utilize your services after Saturday nezt. A check for two weeks' salary I enclosed herewith." She let the. slip of the check flutter unheeded to the floor. Then she picked It up and put It In her bsg, At two o'clock the office wus agog with excitement. Kterjbody hsd re ceived notice. That dsy was Thurs dsy, and It meant one more day's work, one week of salary to follow, and the gruelling search for Jobs. Jobs, at a time whrn they were as had worshiped her for Side Hoard, before livr Refrigerator, good as new; Kitchen Cabinet, Tabic, Cook Stove and cooking utenscls, one Heating Stove, Nice Folding Red, Center Table, Davenport, G Rocking Chairs, one set Porch Chairs nnd Porch Swing, Hnll Tree, 3 Bed Steads, 3 good Wool Mattresses, 3 Feather Reds, 3 Bolsters, G Pillows, one nice big Dresser, Druggets nnd n lot of Rugs, nnd other things too numerous to mention. Terms made known on day of sale. This House and lot for sale privately, or will rent with im mediate possession. 1 S. M. TURNER, fldmr. Phone No. 338-- F. LANCASTER, KY., R. F. D. 3. Story of 'Our Flag. to 1783 our ling had 13 stars. In 1S12 It bore 13, In the Mexican war 20, In tlio Civil war 34, In the Ppnnltli war 43 und at tlio present time 4S. From 177(1 Four-Foottd Matter of Application. Ity dint of dins a little, or even very little, every tiny, there Is no lover of iMietry nnd beauty who In the course of u few months might not be as deep ns a liee In some of the sweetI.clgh est flower of other languages. Hunt. Bird. The honctzln Is n bird with four feet which was discovered along the Dust and Explosions. Various form of dutt, when mingled Amnion river In South A merlin. Two with air In certain proportion, tire of Its feet serve as hand nnd tlio capable of producing uxphwlonii. This young birds are able t climb about danger sometime exlM In Hour mills. with remarknble aclllty. A case Is on record where sugar dust An "Ardent Harmony." caused an explosion. In all great poets there must he an ardent harmony . . . sweetness that Juvsnllt Reasoning. Ilolnml wns carrying In wood from cannot le weak and force that will n pile his father had Just spilt, and not be tough. There must be an Inlr.ivntl of taking It from the side stinct nnd n resolution of excellence which will no shortcoming or nfrest the house he went nmund on- malformationallow- thought or word; of" every time, thus dethe other side fi'liic the size of the pile from the there must nlso bo so natural a sense 'nr!- - Ills father ns'sed why he didn't of right ns to make nny such detake It from the side nearest nnd he formity or defect Impossible, and vil'ed' "Well, after n while I'll be leave upon the work done no trace of t'red and then 1 won't linte so far to sny effort to avoid or to co for It." $6.00 Pays for Both SUBSCRIBE FOR YOUR HOME PAPER What Change Do For a Naturalist WOLF TRAIL Mr. James Land, is on the lck list. Mr. Klljah McMIUlan hai been on the lck IIU Matter Holan Hay spent Saturday night with Holman McMIUlan. Mr. Hobert Davis, of Madison spent with Hernard Hay. the week-enMr. and Mr. Morte Davis and family were in Lancaster Monday, Mr. Clyde Simpson is with Me. and Mrs. Powell Dalley thl week. 'Mr. and Mr. Ottls Stott enterd tained a number of relative Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Moberley spent with the latter the last week-enparents. Mr. KIce. Mr. and Mr. Harvo McCuIley were Mr. and Mrs. Hoy Prather and children, Willie Francis and Colli 0'neal guests Sunday of Mr. and Mr. Clu. were Sunday visitor of Mr. and Mrs. MitchelL Mi Ylllle Clark, of Madison, it William Walker. Leola Mr. and Mr. J. P. Foley, Mr. and spending a week with Mitt Moberley. Mrs. Tom Turner motored to Mr. and Mrs. Abe Burton were and attended the DecoSunday visitor of Mr. and Mr. Wit-li- e ration exercises. Master. Mesdames John Donaldson and W. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Moberley and T. Suton were guest Thursday night of Mr. Carrie Davidson, of Lancas- daughter,' were to see Mrs. Fred Howter and attended the commencement. ard Sunday, Mr. Mow Hay and daughter, Mist Mr. and Mr. Wm. Lane, Master Elza, Misses Ftonnle Mae and Savan-- J Jessie H., spent the day Saturday d arrods-iburgSund- hand. "Will J oil let me take you to din nerl" Don asked. blue, principle. 1'rlde struggled with were floating crisp nnd "Well, a very Inexpensive restaurant,' And leave crc said Compromise, Thin curving coin, 'ast slipping They snt over the meal. "I'll t sorry not to bo seeing juu every day. through said Don. The dutches of the miser year Miss Kramer uoddsd. ''Hot any Oh, then, I felt so awfully bright. to thing In prospect V she Inquired. A million things I planned Don shook hi head. "Not a thing,' write. h answered. "Have youl" "No." said Mis Kramer. In Portland when the night were "Hut see here," suggested Don, "I'rt got live hundred put aside for a rainy set With blazing Northern lights on high day, and that's bound to lust until The air was bracing keen, and wet something does turn up. And two can And chattering crowds went hurrying live lis cheaply a one What wa he ssylng? MIm Kramer by: looked at him In consternation. And play's most brilliant whose wa that hand -- her or Don'sT Oh, then, each line you "You know, I'te wanted to Made me think, "Walt till they see so long, only you've got a way of sitting on n fellow, but but wouldn't It miner be Jolly to hure a nice little fist and In Seattle, we anchored in the bay Oh, I'm no hand at talking, but will you, darling)" Pacific waves and scenery sublime The room went round. It turned Filled me with lots of thing to say, Into dogeared pace on which so If I could only find the time, read: And then I said when I return, "And worship her with years No midnight oil I'll ever bum. of noble deeds "Until he wins her . . ." "Are you are you sure, Don?" sba In St. Paul where our train waited, hilly asked. I traveled up and down the "Absolutely," snswered Don. And walks, he kusw whose hand It wis this time. my mind worked unabated And still Bother Tcnnson, he wa out of date Altho I participated In frequent anyway. Things went faster now, talkj, "All right," sh answered, raising One artlc visitor's romantic chat her eyes happily to bis. How Tennyson would hart I tucked away beneath my hat. tlMi In Colorado when the peaks looked THE CENTRAL AND RECORD THE LOUISVILLE HERALD Kentucky's Greatest Newspaper You Should Read The Louisville Herald A metropolitan daily paper that contains a complete telegram and cable service covering the world. 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Order your subscription through n THE CENTRAL RECORD LANCASTER, KY. rousn trout-- Th Central Record. Lancaster Ky., Thursday. May 25 1922 ARC TOU LOOKING FOR The greed of pocketbook prevails over the cause of humanity. They see nothing except that which Is pleasing to their own sight. Hcnco the branch, nnd the bitterness, nnd tho strikes, and the stagnation in business, and the Idlonesa, and tho privations nnd wnnt. Hence the endless turmoil where peace should reign. ncsa of heart, in pride and glory of your achievements, in our knowledge that heaven is a fitting abode for all heroes, we humbly salute the unconquerable spirit of your valor and fidelity Peace to your eternal slum berst 1 Fresh New Galvanized I Vegetables Tomatoes New Potatoes, Peppers Cucumbers Bearis" ' Roofing GOOD QUALITY AND r-- il FAIR TRICES. Eating Ourselves To Death In the days of our forefath- Tanlac Is unquestionably the most talked of medicine in the world today and those who once used t invariably buy It over and over again nnd tell their friends of the spelndid results they have derived Stormes Drug Store, from its use. widely (It.) ers men were keen of mind, ft. Just received car load IxC 16 White Oak Fencing active of body and rugged of Dastin Lumber Co. honesty. Also a complete Uae of GROCERIES and They ate simple food and not Repudiation of Harding PRICE. too much of it. a choice lot of MEATS. Buy the best It cost no more to put on n good The generation of today is Seen in Pennsylvania Just phone 20 and you'll get it. not to be compared with that roof than a bad one. Primaries of 100 years ngo. We have not that fine sense of honor in Washington, May 24 The defeat business that our mothers and of the Old Guard in Pennsylvania, following the defeat fathers bequeathed to us. Our (iuard in Indiann, helps of to the Old confirm bodies arc not in the same pink the fact that the Old Guard organiof condition, nnd our minds are zation la breaking up In thc states "Live and Let Live Folks.' ;more or less indifferent except under the weight of the Old Guard warning to a reactionary element gagement of her neice, Miss Nannettc E wherein the subject pertains administration at Washington. Al- now Jr, control of the Republican V Case to Mr. Bert Klkln Kmbry, to the profit or pleasure of self. ter was defeated for the nomination party. It Is notice that the day of of Lexington, was announced. The for Governor of Pennsylvania benormalcy, house was decorated In spring flowers The reason is simple. Too cause he represent the same element blundering, of speed they will be convicted The Central Record arc at an end, and that thc grip of and a salad course was served to when they die and punished much to cat, and too much of in the party and stand for thc same the reactionaries upon their party or- about SO guest who called during Year. $1.50 IuihI Weekly. policies that Harding stands for in It cnten. when they get to hell. ganization lbroken. It is fair warn- - the afternoon." PayabU in Advance. It is true that we have made the nation. Alter' defeat Is a fur. ing to htn reactionaries alto that Mil Jane Williams, jot Lancaster, - J. E. ROBINSON, Editor. Never in history has there wonderful forward strides in ther confirmation of the fact Cnown the" worst I yet to come. took the train here first of the week to most policial observer that the But they people at large have had all they will R. L. ELK1N', Local Editor and Mgr. been so much organized crime the past century. Tanlac Is the people's medicine for London. She was the guct while ns is sweeping over the coun- are no greater than the oppor- stand of reaetionlsm, inefficiency, MiM Jennie Miss Wren. and the people themselves have made here of Entered at the Pot Office In Lantry today. tunities warrant. Then, too, incompetency and alliance with speci it what It I. Stormes Drug Store. Marjorle Ballou. Gladys Southard Mail caster, Ky., as Second-Claand Kathryn Brady wr,nt to Laneas. Never in' history have the the brains that produced these al privilege which is so flagrant and () Matter. ter this morning for a brief visit to notorious that even an Old Guard brains of criminal organiza- successes were in the heads of stand-pa.mm. w. J. Komans, or t menus. Republican state like PennFmaIm AJmaUmi Rami tions the higher ups been certain individuals, and those sylvania will not longer endure it. Additional Lancaster, came over Thursday afAMERICAN PRESS ASSOCIATION THE so immune from prosecution. individuals were not gourternoon for a visit to her daughter, The vote for Gilford Pinchot, as Miss Carrie Belle Romans, of the And never in history has the mands. it nhe case of Deverldge of Indiana, ly., N.j 25, 1922 Mr. and Mr. John lllack entertain, law of the land come so nenr The fact is, we are literally was not a vote for any affirmative ed very lavishly Sunday, there being Graded and High School faculty. Mr. W. L. McCarty le't a few days set of policies, but a vote of protrst to utter collapse. eating ourselves to death Rales For Political Announcements. against the Republican national ad- about fifteen present, the honorrd ago for Ocala, Ha., where he and When reputable citizens slowly, but surely. We cat as ministration, and, Incidentally ,a pro guests being Mr. Willie Smith and his partnrr, Mr. L. R. Hughes, will For Precinct and City Offices. 5.00 learn to use their brains and, our fancy dictates, nnd we eat test againit the Harrisburg Contrac- - charming bride. Beside, the bride sell a great boundary of fine land on 10.00 For County Office and groom, those present were: Mr. Wednesday next. Col. John B. Dinor's ring In Pennsylvania. The For State and Dittct Offices. 15.00 perform their duty to society, to excess of the wrong food. Sudie widdle, of this city, will cry the sale. vote docs not mean that all the and Mr. II. F. Smith. Mix .10 we will overcome this reign of it we really knew the proFor Calls, per line Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Auitln lllack, These gentlemen held a very successmen and women who voted for Mr. .10 the devil and his imps, For Cards, per line .......... portion of the population that Mrs. Clarence Iloltzclaw and ful sale near Ocala wvcral month I'inchot In the primaries are going Mr. and For all publications in the interis afflicted with indigestion, or to vote for him at the polls. Thous- son, Clarence, Jr. and daughter, Vora go. Mil Emma Hays leave A long time ago three men est of individuals or expresMae, Mr. and Mrs. M .11. Turner arid Sunday constipation, or both, the ands of them voted for him because afternoon for Glasgow, sion of Individual views, per stood on a street corner as a figures would be staggering. they had no other means at this time daughter, Bessie. A delightful day where he it Invited to meet In con10 line was spent which certainly was strikingly benutiful woman Correct eating in vention with the postmasters of Bar.05 moderation of registering their protest against Obituaries, per line by all. ren county. She Is oi tho program passed. economic condition brought on by 'does not produce cither of for a talk on "How Can Postmaster the befuddled national administra One of the men, with no inThc member of Lambda Chapter tion. This ulement will be found be- of Beta Slgna Omicron of Hamilton Get the eBtt of the Wars are not over yet. Un- tent to harm, made a sugges these complaints. The child that is stuffed nnd hind thc candidacy of John A. College gave their annual banquet In PuhllcT" If the young lady will til humanity sprouts wings we tive remark. One of his com Just tell the Barren county P. M.' thc genuinely progressive the private dining room of the x will continue to fight. panions took he remark sari- - , Democratic nominee tor Governor, t8 mother.g brcnst w hotel, Lexington, Friday evening how she runs thc Stanford We were unable to remain ously, but said nothing at the' . will antuer the question to a nice. when they cast their votes In No with MIm Marguerite Butler, of Pine It i out of the last war, and the time. vember. They realize that Mr. I'in- Mountain Settlement School as guest ty, for by strict attention to business rm. uuuyr I Jiu Hi hiiiiu ur i..i next one will draw us in, if it Later a rumor began toiCIinnot nronerIv nssimiiato Slum chot can only be elected by the sup of honor. Each year the chapter and treating all courteously and alike the port of Old Guard, and that his awards to a new girl the loving cup :,,r, made Stanford one of the very is on a world scale creep silently over the com- - ,nn,,a nf atn(r ihnt nrn Ht,m,i,i election, the brought about In ouch a for best carrying out the ideals of M1"1 ,m",Ur? U,city ha ever ' For this reason this country munity, whispered from lip to lnto t, stomach. Mcntn, de. way, would simply mean that he the order. Mlts Thelma Hamilton, had. On TuesJay Miss Hay will be should bo maintained in a state lip. It continued to creep ficiency am, bodi)y alImenta would bo powerless to carry out most of Lancaster, was the recipient this a guet of the Board of Commerce of of the progressive policies that he year and last year Miss Mary Davi Glasgow and will visit Mammoth of reasonable and common spread, and in time a good and arc thc lncvitable rcsult. may have. They realize alto thatj was the fortunate one. Lancaster is Cave and other points of Interett In sense preparedness. pure woman went to her grave We cat 0Ue,VM to John A. McSparren would be free; proud of these charming girls and that section. She will top at Cave General Pershing, prepared- with a cloud hanging over herjdentht Jf Wjj profcn T,mt ,a from any suchalllances and entangle- the loving cup knew where to come City on her return and be the guest ness advocates and the Ameri- name. of Postmaster and .Mr J. B. Yates. ments, and would owe hi election to evidently. rilrnll nut- - nwn nfTnircan Legion want the regular Interior Journal . only to the progressive citizenship of ISUII I UU 11. But we have no right to stuff Pennsylvania, army to remain at 150,000 en without regard to par News from Georgetown, Ky., gives a child beyond capacity with iy. the following engagement which I of Congress wants Pocketbook And listed men. You can have a splendid appetite, food thnt is injurious to n body There Is no hope that the Repub- interest here. The groom to be i perfect digestion and sound, restful to cut it down to X15.000. lican party of Pennsylvania as a the son of Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Kmbry, sleep by taking Tanlac-(!Humanity not yet matured. ) If you were called upon to Thn nliilfl Ifnnvva nn hnttiit whole ever will or can become a pro who are to well known here and who Stormet Drug Store. defend yourself against nn engressive party. Pocketbook is in the saddle, If Pennsylvania is is a frequent visitor of his grandemy armed with a modern high with humanity trudging nlongj blt we do or fihouhK to take her place In the list of pro- -' parents, .Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Wett, People never amount to anything gressive states, it mutt be under a' of this city: powered rifle how would you behind. without doing something. Democratic 4tntc administration. "Mrs. John I. Hill entertained at Honor The Fallen like to depend upon an old This-i- s especially true with' The net result of the Pennsylvania ' her home on Jackson street this afThc pitfalls of life never fashioned blunderbuss? la-- 1 regard to the strife botwecn liny 30th-Ag- Decoration Day. primaries U a repudiation of and ternoon with a tea at which tho en- - hctc who hop over them. bother i bor and capital. the American people Why can't we have n "good in control of our. will honor the heroes who have The men fellowship" week in this town, great industrial and commer- - fought nnd died for their coun-ciwith everyone making u special enterprises are fattening at try. effort to be agreeable to every- the expense of'thc stockholders j it will bring sorrow nnd o body else? have invested their wealth.' ness to n nation of people, nnd It would create n wonderful They draw big salaries and painful memories to many spirit of comradship would pull out BKflSSBfSBBBBBBBBBBIaBBBBBBBBBBi fat fees while the hearts. Rut it is a sacred duty bring the people together X?F: 'LbbbbMKbbbbb! stockholders have to be content we owe to those who have would heal old sores would with modest dividends. J SssbbbLHbbh'bbbH made the great sacrifice. It is clean up misunderstandings The same is true in the ranks n privilege to those who have would remove friction would of labor. The head men are been benefited through the cement n spirit of community rolling in comfort, draw large misfortunes of others, salaries, live high, nnd revel in ' A nation is only ns great ns It would do no harm, would despotic power, while the Its people, nnd the record of not cost n penny, but would their rank and file of the unions toil America's greatness is illuml-un- d do nn endless amount of good. sweat and cough up or nnted by the graves of her e Why not? ,'cn sons. n forced vacation. Tlie average stockholder in No word thnt we may utter,, Much has been said in the nn Industrial concern is essen- - no act that wo may perform, daily press of Into regarding ' the millions of dollars grafted tinlly honest and does not look will add to or detract from the from the public treasury on for any more than is fair and nobility of their grent service just. He is by no means sure to their country, war contracts. Hut wo may be true to our- It has taken a long time to of even that much. The laboring .man who per-- selves, to our country, nnd to say it. e Tho public demand la Insist- forms the actual toil is in the our God, by reverently class. He would be ent thnt these rich grafters be the noblest net of The Buggy that Is In a class to ferrited out nnd properly pun- tent with a just wage nnd 'mankind the sacrifice of life Itself. Best Buggy at best price steady employment if the czars that homo and country may be ished, nnd their stolen wealth and tho agitators would leave preserved and that others may returned to the government. SATURDAY SPECIAL live and prosper. It has taken a long time to him alone. But they won't. Glasses. RtUr price 75c t. There is one grent trouble! Heroes of all American work up the demand. In humility nnd sod- At the past and present rate with the leaders on both sides. warBl WE CAN FURNISH YOU THE BEST GRADE OF GALVANIED ROOFING AT AN ATTRACTIVE CONN BROS. 3LJLJ 6URREY & OULLEY four-flushin- g n Personals lor, Pin-ch- ot n, Phoe-ne- post-offic- e I - I nin -- al snd-wh- , fall-tak- I corn-sam- I The Luth Buggy $2sc"S Haselden Bros 2 SECTIONS 16PAGIS TNIRTYlTIIIRD YEAR THE CENTRAL RECORD. LANCASTER. KY.. THURSDAY AFTERNOON. MAY 25. 1922. HOME DEMONSTRA SECTION 2 8 PAGES NUMBER 7. Special ANNOUNCEMENT To the women of our community ! TION AGENTS "NOAH'S ARK" OF WILD AftlMALS Travel 03.G9G Miles In Yenr, Is First Prom Africa Since The Wnr Report Shows; 111,810 Ship From Cap Town Brinia Wslrd Women Influenced by Vork Kentueky' cre of county home .iemonitratlon asrent, working under the direction of the College of Agriculture extentlon division, traveled 7 a total of D.1,596 mile, made viilta to demonftratom, home chool and cluhi, wrote 16,20'J letter and held '4,102 meeting In one year In carrying their mefage of better home. to farm women of the state, the Iat cnnanl report of the divUlon how. The report estimate that 13,810 women were influenced by the work. According to the report, a total of 1,0.1(5 demonstration were given in pointing out the value of different practice. Theic were divided a follows: Utilization of vegetable, 170; dariy product, 110; poultry product 78; brcadmaking, 88; child feeding, 179; Invalid cdoking, 43; cooking under fteant proiurc, 30; fireled cooker, 77; canning, 377; dying, 74; brining, 05; vinegar, 4; laundry, 13; clothing, 73; home convenience, 113; kitchen, G5 and improving 10,-07- New Grocery Firm We offer our pntrons the choicest articles in GROCERIES, FRESH VEGETABLES and FRESH MEATS nt the lowest possible price. The patronnjro of my old customers and friends will be npprecinted. We pay Cash for Ejftfs. I Specimens and Strang From Junglcland Families We Invite you to our store NEXT WEEK - to meet MISS McGRATH and see the Cara Nome line of Toilet Articles which we will have on display. McROBERTS 0RU6 STORE home ground, When It Ost A Him. own Igmuch n when his children norance l art giving lilm adrloe man neter reallre Girl a "Miss" Whan Undr Tan. In England "Miss" was ft. 0 rly applied only to female under n jear of ace. Hatrad an Cvll Thing, Mtaiurtd by Hanjs. late I the most destructive thins The bright of florae l 'ixilien of In the worliL It jison ull the springs being so iittn "hsiMlv n hand of beauty nmt truth ami hope In a .a inesMirlng four Incite The height I man's life, and lrui him lout and iiirauriit from the top nf the shou- lonelj. )lalnherllt) In n lowly world. lder to llw ground, It doe not hano In the one hated, all II hlenies and raneor tilling it tt the Idlt Conjteturt. heart tht hartejr It Hate I suicide, Conjecture, as to thine ueful It Eichange. good; but conjecture a to what It would I" useless to know. ucli as IntfrprMrd. U tery whether men went on Doctor"! would ndtlse you, dear New Sounds Idle. Doctof Johnson madam, to take frequent hatha, plenty of fre.h air nml dress In cool OrCrima to Dtitrojf Good Book. an hour later) (own a." Husband a good nliin'tt to kill A ninn "What did the doctor sayr Wife VIII a good book . Mho kill n man kill "He said I ought to go In n watering With decided reduction from 1910 n reasouahle rrvttturr Hod's Image; place and aftemnrd to the mountains n tf- t twok kill and to get some new light gunns at to 1920 in the number of fruit tree tiut h who l'tn reason Itself John M'ti oner." Kllegende lllntter. in Kentucky, a well is the- - United State, better care of bearing orchEaptnmtntt in Inhrttdlng. To Make World a tlttWr Plac. ard should return their owner inIn tin eerltnenl with Oi white The wrson who la not afraid of any- creased profits while the planting of rut belonging to the iditeeath to 1I10 thing, who does the rich! thins bemuse new orchard promise to be 11 sound generation tuiit)-nrtl- i of brothers lie tellee It li the right thltit. who according to a new cirami slMura from the same Utter It waa la pbverneil by faith and not by fear. investment, cular which has Jut come off the swys Science, thnt clone Inbreedfound, I the admirable one. And If we ran press at the College of Agriculture, ing produced no deterioration. drhe out Jcnornnt fear and liilli much will haie been no and which' i being dUtributcd free Cold In ths Htad and the Htart complUhil to make the world a better to interested farmer. "I mi'iK"1 thcr are more fool sugplace In which to lire le Wolf Hop"This reduction ha decreased the gestions for hotdfttg love than for per, In New York Hun. quantity of fruit produced and hat la curing cold. Kery dally resulted in relatively high price," full of both, ami none nf them I any Rallavlng Molhere Mind. A. J. Ontey and II. It. XUwonger, good either for cold heart or noses." Wendell had lone, jellow curl and From "Beauty." by Rupert Hughe. hla parent decldel It u time for a joint authors of the publication, point probably major operation for their removal. So out. "Kxtensive planting Tact In Qutstlonlng. took the lnd to the barber', will be made when the country Is father He thnt qurstloiieth much, ahall mother wutildoc them out of alcht. restored to normal conditions but iHtm miicti. anil content much; but with moltt ej". At lensth the tro several years will be required to .especially If hr apply hl questions to rvturmsl ami mother ralnly tried to the kill of the terwms whom he ask-et- keep back the team nt the thouKht of bring the number of bearing tree back to that of 1910. It seem opfi Ite shrill give them invasion to tho o baby. Wendell went to portune, therefore, to stres the implease theniM'lief In ioaktng, and her In of her jr a ndlcltou manner, lilinself shall continually gather know I that her crylnc wna for him. portance of fostering '.he orchards not he He threw hi nrma alH.ut her neck tslse. hut b't Ills tletlo and now of bearing age." n xier troublesome for thnt l lit of At best, an wild, aollrltoiiidy ' "There, mother,' ami let him le Mire to other men don't cry. It didn't hurt n bit." fruit could not take place until new their turns in .(Kn.k Itaron plantings are made and brought into bearing, the authort point out. I'oiiibilitie for such n condition are made even more remote by the death each yenr of a certain number of young trees, limited acres to which commercial fruit production are confined, increasing demands for fruit and the absence of sudden fluctuations in the industry, they continue. Among the subjects discussed in the circular, which Is well illustrated und detailed, are preparation for an orchard, the site and soil, nursery stock, planting, use of I'ynnmite and tUtert selection of varieties for home and commercial orchard, soil management, care of young orchard, clean culture with cover crop, intercropping, care of bearing trees, the sod mulch system, use of clovers, fertilizers for different kinds of orchards, pests, rodents, spraying, fungicide, insecticide and grafting. A copy of the circular, which Is No. 118, may be obtained free by writing the Experiment Station, Lexington. The eitimnted total attendance at wa 14,013, the report says. Some of the line of work ou; tlined in the report that were car- I rieil on under the direction of the agent follow: Six hundred and sixty garden grown, 90.32S cans of meat put up. 18,490 gallons of vinegar made, 11 etablihed, demonstration center 435 women keeping home accounts; 206,185 quarts of vegetable canned; 12,500 quart of fruit canned, 219,-5S- 0 pounds of sauiagc made and 353,758 pound of lard made. Approximately 1,101 women nlso made bread under direction of the agents, the report add. thee meeting I Publication Promise For charding 1 Castle New York The Dromorc from Cape Town, Noah's Ark up to date, came to port Sunday. The jungle ship tied up at Pier 33 Atlan tic Ilatin with the strangest cargo ever brought to this country, at least at one time. From the far-of- f jungle lands of Europe, where birds and beast flit about as free!)-- a a chorus girl on Hroadway, came almost every kind of a representative that amounts to anything in jungleville. There are about 300 wild animals more than 3,000 birds, musical bird including a bulfinch,' which whittled as the boat made fatt to the pier, "How Dry I Am," "When You Were Sweet Sixteen," and several ballads. There, were registered among the Whoo's Who of Jungleland a bush baby, smallest of animals, a tiny kangcreature, with teeth so aroo-like sharp that it could cut a piece of glass half-Inc- h thlnck In two. nnlmal was The wierdest-lookin- g lizard, a survivor of the thorn-taileages, about 7,052,912 the years ago, when It wa the cuttom for lizardt to go about armored from head to tail. Some present-da- y lounge-lizar- d resemble the strange creature that arrived on the Dromore, at leatt in actions.. It got a soft spot In the fo'castle and never moved during the entire trip, the mate said. And on the after deck was the checkme babboons, Dill and Dill- chased a member of the crew one day all over the ship. Hill got put Jn iront later for committing more trouble. He was only permitted to tee Dertha a few minutes each day. A Numldlnn lion with his madame son, and Thomas, their born in the Belgian Congo, also were in the shipment. It was the first big ship of animals They on the hoof since the war. were in charge of an international agency which supplies animals to circuses and other menageries, d IU-rth- MRS ED HUBBARD, JR Stanford Street. Graham Springs Hotel Home of the famous Graham and Greenville Springs water. ANNOUNCES OPEN FOR THE SEASON MAY 27th. ANNUAL SUPPER AND BALL JUNE 1st Special Mutic BEN C. ALLIN, Prop. HARRODSBURG, KY. f Murphy, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Matthew, Mr. and Mrs. Luke Naylor, Mrs. Ike Duncan hai been ill. of th'e Lexington road, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. Sim Ray it Improving slowly. Cronley Hardwick and Mrs. Patsy Mr. and Mr. Darney Eat were Simpson. 1 in week-en- d visitors of Mr. and Mr. It. 11. Preston. Hop Mlta Ntxdore Sets This. "Many a girl wastes her time trying Mr. and Mr. Bradford liurdette to cultivate her vocal range, when ah and son, visited relative the should be practicing on the cook In range." Boston Transcript. Mr. and Mr. S. T. Whittaker were visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Caleb John Houtshold Hslp. son . In these days of deMrs. Flora Long, of Nicholasvllle, vices; why not put a ilttlu furniture was a recent visitor of Mr. R. P. dl on the baby's dress to keep the floors clean t I'nthe News. Long. labor-saving POOR RIDGE Tommy Conan Doyle On This Life And The Next That we are all spirits, but bound to the present physical world by our material body, which he describes as "a clumsy machine." That when this muchlne. finally ceases to function our plrit is released to rejoin tho ethe-rworld. al Mr. Caleb Johnspn spent several days last week with his daughters, in Lexington. Mrs. Dan Ray, of Buckeye, spent one day recently with Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Simpson. Rev. Price, of Uuckeye, preached a splendid sermon at Pleasant Hill Sunday evening. Mrs. L. Cobb and daughter, of the Lexington road were in this vicinity a few day last week. Mr. and Mrs. Vra. Pollard, Mr. and Mrs. Cleo Ray spent Sunday with Mr. and Mr. Preston Snyder. Mrs. Speed Sherrow and children, of Mt. Hebron spent Sunday with her parent, Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Mrs. Wilson Lakes and attractive little daughters, of Lexington, are visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Caleb Johnson. Miss Blanche Duncan has returned to her home at Kuena Vista after a two weeks visit with Mrs. Hallie It. Duncan. Miss Alberta Speake, of the Dan ville road was the pleasant guest of her grandmother, Mrs. C. M. Mober-l- y last week. Mrs. Moberly accompanied her home for a short visit. Mr. and Mrs. James Matthew entertained at a sumptuous dinner Sun day the following: Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Matthew, Mr. and Mrs. Ilobart Simpson, of Judson, Mr. and Mr. Cardinal Spokt 114 Language. Probably the world's greatest linguist was the renowned Cardinal Mexxo funtl (177MM9), who Is said to hare known 1H languages or dialects, and 50 well. uaturaL" said Uncle Eben, "foh a man to think well o whnt ho't doln' hliself. Tho party tints playln' de Addle hones'ly believes music drive away dull care, but de neigh-bor- s taos'ly don't ngroe, wf him." Stamp Fjncler Sets New Rtcord. liirst stump collection In the world was tt.ude by the late Haron Philip Von Kerrny. who died In Pari In 1(117. The collection Is said to hare contained a used and unused specimen of every postage stamp Issued down to the end of the Nineteenth century. "irr Uncle Ebn. The tier That there is a continual struggle for the spirit to gain happiness over material obstacles, and that there nre several phase of existence, in the spirit world a purgatory even, and a heaven, 'where all the law of physic and morality are in effect and where all is organized and real, not topsy-turv- Cato's Three Laiienta. Plutarch mivs that Cato declared that In his whole life he most retionted of three things: one was that he had truited n secret to a woman; another, that he went by water when ho might have gone by laud; the third, thnt he had remained one whole day without doing any lmlne of Imnortntice. under-tandln- fr EAT FISH Fresh Caught Salmon 9cts lb That death Is not painful, but an extremely pleasant process. That the "escape" of the soul from this life to the world beyond can be observed by persons with certain clairvoyant powers. That youth and old nge are not recognized in the world beyond. There children immediately attain maturity and the aged return to their prime. That there is no hell. Departed spirit live in various plane of happiness, however, and can progress from one plane to another. The wicked are punished on a lower piano until they are regenerated. That suicide, can be no short cut to happiness in the world beyond, because it lead into misery on many planes before ultimate happiness can be restored. That all orderly decent people will find themselves in paradise soon after death. That the tlrst plane of departed souls Is "Summerland," and the average span of life there is forty years. complex and as busy Life there as in this world. That these and other facts have been revealed to Doyle by spirits in the Oreat Beyond who imparted information by appearing to him and to other in seances.' That "mediums" are to be considered only as messenger boys who Deed and creed sound much the carry telegram from the beyond and whd may have lower mentalities than ante, except when put into our own. n 1 Weather Varus. weather vane shoitKi be mntto of metal, preferably of brass, bronze or copper, as these substances are cheap and' do not nwt. There should be two vanes, separated by nn nncle or A about 22 degree. It thnt the double vaned responsive to slight direction of the wind vaned form. hrts been found form was more ihnitge In the tlmn the single YOU CAN BUY DEERING BINDERS, DEERIN6 MOWERS. 0EERIN6 SELF 0UMP RAKES, 0EERING SWEEPRAKES, Oeering Twine, Oeering Repairs. From Sanders Variety Store The Red Front LANCASTER,. KY. It's useless to put your best foot Ancestor)' has much for which to be thankful. It is not here to see forward unless you make the other one keep you up. the finish of what It commenced. Just received car load 1x0 10 Just received car load 1x0 10 ft. Whlte.Oak Fencing. ; ft. White Oak Fencing. Uaitln Lumber Co, Batin Lumber Co. WALKER BROS. Successor to Goodloe & Walker Bros. The Central Record. Lancaster Ky., Thursday. May 25 I 922 draped with crepe, be hung In pot club room or that a wreath be placed on club room doors. Eighteen Frenchmen were digging "tlalbralth died In active service," in German cemetery this apring the Legion announcement reads: "He for ammunition concealed by Germ was cut off In the midst of literally ans contrary to terms of the nrmlfi untiring efforts for nation and Leg-IoThey found it unexpectedly tlce. On hi headstone may well b according to what Enrico Plana Inscribed the words: 'Mort pour la Italian consul, told the American ratric." Lesion at Los Angeles, Cal. Five II. Nelson Jackson, Ilurlington, Vt., are still alive. v the first man to cross the United One half of the A. E. F. In France StAtt in an automobile, sailed for drank a glas of beer in a Cobtenx London, Eng., on May 20th. to repcafe about a month ago, American resent the American Legion at the Legion men have informed their back annual meeting of the Ilritiih Legion, home buddies. The other half, who made up of world war service men of stayed back in Faris, was a Quarter the British Isles. Mr. Jackson I one national master Corps sergeant. The A. E. F. of the American Legion' vice commander. soon will be reduced to Just one The greeting which Mr. Jackson the pair. will present the Ilritiih Legion In beknow how to buy food, how Co While o forest fire was sweeping half of National Commander it and how to keep it so that flavor of the American Legion dedown upon sick and wounded ex and nourishment arc fully retained. That's soldiers confined in a Lakewood, X clare that: "No generation of our nathe whole secret. men tions have been so closely bound toLegion J. hospital, American housewife, for instance, No Through the coming year rcrcued their invalid comrades and gether. would be without ice in early Spring. The parked them in an open field. Then it must be ourVniutual duty to so they saved the hospital from destruc strengthen and comment these tie weather is too changeable; the temperature that from this threat understanding tion. is too warm. The food might not spoil so may come peace for the world." Get our prices before you buy as we can badly that it could not be used; but it would More than 21,000 asked lose the appetizing flavor which makes cat' To build their club house over an the American Legion of Minnesota to save you money on them. ing a pleasure and it would have less of the oil well wa the unique and valuable adjust their claim against the. Gov nourishing quality which your children esOf these experience of American Legion men ernment during 1021. claims, 42 per cent, were for disabll In Waynesboro, Tcnn. Uil was no pecially need, lty, compensation .vocational training ticed in a mud puddle In the Legion' From now on, ice should be taken regiv back yard. Drilling began at once and medical treatment. hrly. It actually saves money. and oil was struck at 200 feet. The BRYANTSVILLE, KENTUCKY. to Legionnaire plan to erect a fine com While examining an find out why he couldn't hear, an munity club from royalties. Indianapolis doctor found a wad of The National Catholic Welfare paper in the doughboy's right ear, he reported to the American Legion Council has notified the American De- - "The two latter grades are produc- The man declared he had inserted the Legion that it will make Memorial rd Wool ed by the Hampihire, Shropshire,-Oxfowad while going overseas in 1017 Day this year an occasion for help MEMBER NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OFCfi INDUSTRIES s to keep from getting Cheviot and Southdown ing get their just claim, on Two DifferrWffti w IWy, Fa Wrlfhl, Qxki Stnict and grades'. A purebred ram from the government. It Is planned of one of these breeds when bred to public attention to the need "The opinion of expatriate Ameri to direct ftS-SKentucky wool is liked by wool a common ewe usually will improve cans is not needed nor wanted on of the veterans. j i fleece of the otfipring sufficiently this question," Rep. A. U. Kowdale dealers and manufacturers because the to raise it from low quarter to quarter-- New York, has replied to the state On Memorial Day the old wooden of its light shrinkage and freedom blood thereby increasing its value ments of Lady Astor, member of the war memorial-- ) that glittered with from dirt and chaff, according to L. d to one-haon the basis of English parliament, that adjusted painted carving in 1910 are to be J. Horlachcr, in charge of heep 1921 prices compensation for American service burned in accordance with military Agriculture. work at the College of regulation by various posts of the men is all wrong. The majority of the State' wool crop TAKES HOLS) ANB HELPS American Legion, according to rewhich totals more than two and one-ha- lf Colds that "hang on" should be Commander Hanford MacN'ider, of ports-, received at Legion national A Giver million pound., is graded as gotten rid of, for no one can stand Kentucky Tobacco Crep Last's. eighths the strain of racking cough, disturbed the American Legion has received headquarter. quarter-blooIteforr the 0111 wr Virginia wa and three A colored revival was In full blast the sleep and irritation of throat and 700 invitations to date to speak In as Thes memorials were built in the larcett loharcoprnduclng state, blood, he aid. and one old fellow was exhorting the bat Kentucky took tlir lead n 1S0U, lungs. Marie Heiiler. Freeport, III, "The common mountain sheep pro- writes: "I had more or less of a many communities on Memorial Daj early day of the armistice, and bore people to contribute generously. and ha held It eTrr sine. duce very coarse .light fleeces grad- cough for years and I have taken He will accept the invitation of the on wooden penel the names of the Of late "Look what de Lawd done fo' you-al- l, St. Paul, Minn. Memorial Day Ao local dead of the service. low quarter-bloo- d quit j a number of medicines. None of ing as quarter-blooDiet of Oat. bredrenl" he shouted. "Give they have fallen Into decay, having and common. Last year, in them takes hold and helps like Foley' elation. In days gone by many famtlle In Honey and Tar." This old, relitble been erected merely as temporary Him a portion of all you ha. Give some instances, this low quarter-bloo- d couih syrup promptly helps cought, Upwr Kirrpt ut)sltx prlnrlpally on An automobile run of 1,000 miles memorials. The Legionnaire, re- Him a tenth. A tenth belongs to and commcn wool sold for only colds, croup and whooping cough. datr. ti- - stone or kernels were de Lawd!" which s hand-mlll- i as much a pound as the Contains no opiates. Children like It-- with n 25 cent repair bill is a record membering Army regulation and given to tha "AmenS" yelled a perspiring mem- grtmnd on quarter-bloo- d blood. McROBERTS and three-eightDRUG STORE made by Nicholas Farnis who made provide that old American llags, too ber of the congregation, overcome by camels. Within recent year the la shabby for display, are burned, o the trip to Ncwburg, N. Y to attend hare hail to rrunrli the stone. emotion. "Glory to de Lawd! Give His that the torn pieces may never be an American Legion meeting. Land Rich In Bird. 25 cent repair were made to his scattered or soiled, intend to apply Him mo'. Give Him a twentieth!"! f Morv than rtV) de of "land bird wooden leg, damaged when it slipped the principle to the destruction of the Best way la pay fir HOME. Best farcstMit far SURPLUS FUNDS hav been found In that little Central oia "nonor roiia" to prevent tnatr m off the in I American republic r.tn abuse by souvenir hunters. , Mri. Robtr, BljIr 4SI s ?m. , as. In nil America north of He. where. ' Metlrnonly Terre Haute, Ind, writes- - "I suflered f The United States Good Roads as specie tire known. The figure An American Legion pilgrimage to' two yean with kidney and bladder rlro some conception sociation and the Bankhead National of (Vntral Amer-Ira- n Kidney on City Property only. Highway association, in convention France, ilelgium and Kngland I plan- - HttD,e Al,t.r xVin, bird life assembled .nave adopted resolution ned for thi. .ummer and the ste.n, tVoble gradually Ask the man who has payed for his home Dry Began Orlv In 1719. introduced by the American Legion er President Roosevelt, with a Ltgion" backaches stopped and I am also free One of the f!rt temperance movecrew, has from those tired spells and headache, employment skipper and an providing preferential Building and Loan Association through the i'..noJ0.n,'.r M""1" ments recordeil In America w in federal, state and been tentatively engaged for the trip. I pm.IT of launrheil at Litchfield. Conn, In 17SO. It i planned to .tart the trip from county highway construction. ? ," ana New 'Vork on July 25th., with the I the Impurities that wise eliminate when scleral hundml farmer cntne together and pledse.1 themtetrc not A proposal that the American oartv returning to the Unlteil States rheumatic ruins, tare, it iff nl to tiM. nny dlMUM Uqnor or Intml-rant- ) Jolnu ni nuiclea. Legion be given the sacred trust of on Sept. 3rd. Only members of thej In ilotns their farm work th Miss Sae Shelly Masai, Scdy-Trea- i. J. L RiiiMM.lPrM&at. caring for grave of Confederate vet uegion win mane up tne passenger , McKUDbK 1 S UKUG STORE en u Ins nnnm erans in the South has been made to list of 225. General Julian S. Carr, Durhn.ni, X. Marriage is a tie that bind o C, commander of the United Con Zinc In the Human Body. Worth Rtmembsrlno- federate Veterans. National head tight the cords often break. Professor Delerenne has discovered between In choosing rlslil and sponsoring nn essential constituent of quarters of the Legion, There still remains one last resort If l( doubt, cIhmim? itie Ion it ex- that line la body. wroni;, the humsn The metal exist In the move, has also made the same in our ctforti to discourage crime. citing und you wilt in! ably be rlutit. all organs, about 0.WW1 by weight. The request of the Grand Army of the 'unish the criminals. weight U vurlable, thu highest proporRepublic. Three Valuable Friends. tion being found In the nervous "We sec your ranks growing thin, Thrw men nre my friends. Me that and while there are a few of you yet lores me, he that hairs me, lie ttint Is with the living, the Legion has an Indifferent to mo. Who love mt, All Patriot Had to Give. ambition to prove its. fidelity to you teaches me tenderness. Who hates me. Thu Hag which ucrompuidcd all byjiccepting ns a sacred trust the teaches me caution. Who In Indifferent lit all his exdiji.K. bni been to me. teaches me dlucovereil In the Impel of the Villa privilege of caring for and decorating Psnln. 11-Aron of Nice, wl.it li lluiis to Count all of the grave of America's dead, 4 Itaymoud do CuMell.-.i.sides of that It la stated who fought on both Real Success. that GarlSiihll ptdfuthcr to the struggle resulting in the of That la failure when a mnn'a Idea little daughter of friend, Comenda-tor- e our nation," the Legion' request t. ruins him, when he In dwarfed by It; Anton ilu and rends but when he Is ever crowing by It, at the biiitlMii with hit iat, The Legion asks that it be allow trer true to it, and doe not o It by which he prexentiil with the words, ed to assume its trust on the coming soy imrtlal or Immediate failure "ThW It nil a nohller can give." Count that Is puree, whatever It mviii to Raymond proxented thu Mug to the Memorial Day, and adds: "An ex. the world. A. Ilrnnwin Alrott. MaSMiia mhm'Iiiii. wiange of our Hugs over the graves A Cow can give milk to her fullest capacity only of your and our dead and a similar decoration for each and nil through when fed the right proportion or balance of milk-maki- ng out America will be binding and In JM materials. Milk is made of Protein, jgj! disputable evidence of the unity olf Carbohydrates, Fat, Minerals and Water, in prolour country forever." i iii portions mat, practically spcaKinp, living in Mississippi, An lien and iromnv rhilir vou will can't be varied. Instead of making becoming the proud father of tripTtr bulU yourir ud la vour normal. The Just-rlh- t imperfect milk, a poorly fed cow weight ilcfnJ on Iho num. let, all girls, asked the American br of blooij.c ll InJtra tlool. That'a your gives less milk. II thr I to It. a (cltntlfla fact. Legion to suggest names for them. u your biMfct-cc- will factory Isn't work-in- s Reason right, you Uo run.ilown. ihln. his assertion that ho was a "good On your tlooJ In Feed Purina Cow Chow hand at pocker" and therefore will- rrhaps yourKill bawill tdisorder, aii.t Lroktn out far ing to "take a chance on your pick," witn rimpita, ft. blackhead an4 erupWhy tions. H. H. and your cows will get all the ktoa Your Lloal.re!l it was suggested that tho "three factory worklntr full tlrao. It ntlr fculU ntw blooJ.edla. Protein and Calcium needed to Thi'a why queens" be named Annie, Maude and 8; 8. 8. tullJ up thin, They balance your Carbohydrate roughIt put firm fltsh on your bones. It Kate. ounua oui jour race, arm ntcv, ness. list, the whola body. It Duta tho Are Best in :vin headquarters National of the tiollornea your cnK. u lakt fools ye, and It in from tti All we atk ii that vou cite Purill Ctw American Legion has suggested to Jathtr Tlmu by smoothlnc out wrln-k- it THEY WERE BRED IN OLD KENTUCKY CsrtW a trial and let your milk scales show in mtii and women by Tjlumi ln" posts of the organization that they them U H. H. H. I a remarkattln you why you thould keep on (ceding it. Let us tell yeu what we hove now READY FOR SALE. llln commemorate In their Memorial Day tlood purifier. Vhlla you areptnipte, tlump. your skin eruption, exercise the first anniversary of the aril, rheumatism, rash, Sale by tetter, tlotchea death of former Commander F. W. Th medicinal liifara txlntrof imovd. H. H. H. rrdlent ra Kuarantced purely veetatle. Galbralthb Jr. Mr. Galbraith was sold at all atorea, In twu SANDERS BROS. & J. M. AMON, PROP. HUDSON killed in Indianapolis June 9th, 1921, H.KS.UTha Uigr drus la tha Uict kit sites. cocomlcal. sugin an automobile accident. It, Is LANCASTER, KY. gested that flags be flown at half "S. S. S. ! for tale at Mcllobertt Drug Store." mast, that a picture of Galbraith, American Legion News n. We have both the lire well on llttlo money THEY well-informe- d ohm ptoplt Deeping McCormick Mowers Mac-Nld- er Binders and I Becker & Ballard sj i BASTIN BROTHERS In Kentucky mand ent Points pure-bred- sen-sic- k. tmtttm one-thir- lf Cheerful d d, two-third- aai-tna- -- foot-brak- e. an $1,000 TO L.OAIN SEATtK Wkh. inl. F' Lancaster Building & Loan Ass'n L'tHZT S.S.S. Fills Out Hollow Cheeks, Thin Limbs! Carl-bali- ll e. tii 31 Hold Back I anything needed and it shows Here. up The Best Pay Best - ll run-dow- n peo-Vi- e, Dixie Stock Farms. for & FARNAU, Lancaster, Ky. BECKER & BALLARD, Bryantiville, Ky Th Central Rcord, Lancaster, Kv.. Thursday May 25. 1922 Hermtt-lea- SHUT OUT WATER AND DUST Nature Has Provided for the Closing of Nostrils Seal and Camtl. l of i m iiu i m . i j.i i d lava .hi the rear coach, and represent 20 tralus of the average length. The coache are of the latest delgn and aro of all iteel comtructlon. In placing thl large order for new equipment, which will be delivered In time for the fall business, the Southern ha demonstrated It faith In the return of business prosperity In the South and thl will place the Southern in potltlon to handle with safety and dlipatch thl increased New Equipment For Southern Railway System Seasonal Tips For Gardners - Mint of ti when tir go In for dltl I lie very unpJenntit exierleiie of getting our lowtrtU full of writer Nature did Dot design mail to bo (thing animal, otherwise she would ns have been u clever with Ids no she tuts tevn with seal's, I.oiidon Tit lilt sny. t The seal is, without doubt, the diver In the nnlinul world, nml !il noso Is a very Ingenious rotitrlv itnco Indeed. Ilm-- nostril Is provided with muscle which clone It hermetically at tlio owner' will. And the shut of the nose Is such that when tho nostril aro closed not n drop of water mm. 11sBBBBBDI3BbV I hate Capital $10,000.00 Swrplw H0.000.00 Hnw IU11 Bank. 4 per cent pata en tint posits. Call and u. J. J. Walker, President. de- rlev-f-rvs- t. W. F. Champ, V. 0. Rljcncy, Ais't, to the President L. G. Davidson, Cashier. J. L. Gill, Assistant Cashier. V. F. Miller, Assistant Cashier. Mrs. Naomi Hamilton, Teller. CITIZENS r 5 NATIONAL LANCASTER, KY. BANK. Insect destructive to gardens may be divided Into two groups those that destroy the planU by biting and That It may continue adequately to chewlne and these that uck the sap "Serve the South," Southern Hallway or Juice of the plants. hffrctlve con System hat recently placed order trol of any Insect depends upon de- for new equipment, consisting of 20 termlng to which group it belong locomotive, 6,390 freight can of and then applying the proper poison steel construction, COO automobile Biting and chewing Inject are con- cars of ateel. construction, 100 steel builnca. trolled by use of stomach poison passenger car, and 250 caboote car uch n arsenate of lead and Pari of steel underframe construction. are control- green. Sucking Insect The magnitude of the order can "Are you sure you have shown me be appreciated when It U all the principal parts of thU car!" led by tobacco poisons, kerosene better realized that If It were possible to asked the fair prospective purchaser. emulsion and bordeaux mixture. place the freight car equipment in i "Yes, madam, all the main ones," late carrots are planted about one train It would be 47 mile from returned the dealer. June 1st., the seed being sown in a the engine to the cabooie. If brok"Well, then, where is the depreci- very shallow furrow. A few radish of an average ation? Tom told me that wa the seed sown along wlllj the carota en up Into train length, It would comprise 250 freight biggest things about a car." Ameri- - help to mark the row. Ox Heart and train, or one train every 2tt mile . can Legion Weekly. Chatenay are good late varieties that from Washington to Atlanta. mature In from 75 to 110 days. .Taw new paMenjrr car, if coupled I x Spraying tomato plants with Into one train, would be a mile and mixture about June 1st., a half In length from the engine to l A prim proper young Miss wa helps to control leaf spot nml early much horrified on the street to And a become spotted small boy, apparently not over six blight. If the leaves and yellow, the spraying should be reyear old, smoking a cigarette. day "Little boy." she commanded. peated at Intervals of about ten to two week. "Throw down that horrid thing this' Plant lice may cause serious damminute." "(Jo chase yerself lady," answered age on early peas and beans unless the Infant disdainfully. "Hunt yer' he plants ure watched cloely for the presence of these insect on the unone meself." own. ! found dl der side of the leaves. They arc American Legion Weekly. controlled by. spraying with arsenate I for TKr CsnarstUna of lead. llv MUCMUMrth taster By Using Painting all sash that has been J and cold cover hot bed urbi PewHry Rasnoery used toand storing it away In n shelfrarmes AfwSrtlafUfl tered place before June 1st. helps SOLS PBk drink w.ur nrMVMftC Ml mu . to prolong It usefulness, according HHU m M to cardners at the College of Agri UN la kra roar dlMm. . tt.t n. oomt hot! ti culture. Hxposure to the hot sum- thkkt kMlikr.UM't m usul .... OXIttalu. storm sitnursaCs. Crl.S-o- . stunts, . ltaSt.bj-hlll.sMII.M- . mer sun cause considerable damage, I Al4ractU.briMil imImL to these. McRORERTS DRUG STORE And The Overhead Work or Fight Ilor-deau- With sent the closing of the nostril at tho moment of diving ha become nn untornntlc prore. Tills U wonderful enough, but wr n enn ee h still more remarkable of the same principle In nn animal n far removed from the seal a rhnlk Is from chee?. The seat Is- - a water animal. Tin other owner of trapdoor nostril Is the miucl, an Inhabitant of the driest rts of the world, the waterless sandy desert. Now, why should the camel require such an aurntus? He Is not troubled with water, but he Is troubled with dust; not the dust that we ni In this country, but the fierce, blinding duststorm of the desert. The nrv so vlolPtit that tiny particle nrv driven Into the works of I'irn the mostfltiely made watch, which heroino at on re clogged and ueles. If the raracl had not nostrils which t he could were 'wrfectly neveV endure the dreadful sand and nppll-ratioduit-tlgh- rati enter. Corner Public Square and Danville Street. Dally The company of Just and righteous men Is better than wealth and a rich estate. Kurlpldea. Theufht DMlgntd fer Centemplatlen. The pteaalas; tranquility of grove) hath ever been In high repute among the Innocent and refined part of rasa-kin- d. flllpln. Character DevslopesJ by Thrift And Save All Risk. Thrift Is a general moral tonic. It There Is no excuse for murder nowdrelopt character. It (Ikes self adays, Ity waiting awhile, you Buy and hence creates which Is the thins; any human being Mr to read that your enemy kIUe4 himself with his motorcar. Kanata most needs. Dr. Frank Crane. City Star. dental, Uncle "Form will tell." said Uncle Kben. Over a Mushy Novel, fer Ixample. Health hint from the Hugo News T)at story "bout de hare an' de tortoise describes a fluke ilat made a good 'Never laugh at your wife when ana moral lesson. Jes de same. If I ever "rtcs." And It's well to be cartful lta u chnnce nt dat kind of n race I'e when ahe merely wee pa. Boston Transcript. (tnetcr bet on de rabbit." Ibn. dust storms. PAID TRIBUTE TO VIOLINIST Nashville Woman's Qracsful Act Mst With Equal Courtliness From Famous Ols Bull. Ole Hull, the famous Norwegian vlo. t. on a visit to Nashville, Teiin, sometime In the forties, was Invited to play In a rude hail, when- - but a rudely constructed platform had erected, and the rough boards bud not even !en carpeted. A lady who was kuowu as on accomplished musician and one of the most eleicunt women In Nashville, noticed this. In order to couvey her adiutru-tlofor the artist und her regret for the commonest of the surroundings, she took off her large coMly, black velvet mantle and spread It out smoothly on the rough floor near thu edge of the stage uhere he would be expected to stand. A few moments Inter the great man-te- r on the stnge und the an- dlence eagerly watched to sec what he would do. He ndvunced turning and smiling and ns he reached the handsome mantle lying there he made anIlnl-Ix-eaptM-arv- ARE YOUR CHILOREN EXTRAVAGANT? ter how To allow n child to become extravagant, no matwell-of- f the parents may be, is to seriously r XPECTAr&L 'MOTHERS" ; SOstprcp 1 interfere with the development of its character. Extravagance breeds idleness nnd n lack of appreciation of values. A pampered and child can never really experience those joys and pleasures that are the birthright of childhood. over-indulg- ed i Dissolution Sale! Stanford Auto, Machine and Sales Company One of The Very Best Equipped Garages In Central Kentucky I I J other courtly Imivv, Then he stepiil to one side, drew Ills (tow acrots the Mrlnrt of the vlo- llu and began to play. Philadelphia Utlger. To Clean Aluminum. 4 PER CENT ON TIME AND SAVINGS DE POSITS. . . This Is so much umM now, owing to AT ABSOLUTE AUCTION AT 2:00 P. M. We will on the above date sell for the I Huh Dollar at our place of business on Danville Avenue, In Stanford, Kentucky, the following articles, mostly new, and which goes to make up a modern equipped garage: One Visible Measure Electric Gas Pump (555 gal. tank) ; one 5 h. p. Electric Motor, Lathe between centers, G ft. swing. 24 in. 8 ft. bod; Emery Grinder; Drill Press; Air ComPipeless Furnace; pressor and Tank, Helta, Pulleys, Shafting, Etc.; one Illnck and Decker Drill; one Black and Decker Valve Grinder; one one Oxwold Welding Outfit and Supplies; one Imperial Lead Burning Outfit; one n Press; one Weaver Grease Cabinet; Weaver Tiro Changer; one Wcnver one Red Devil Jack; one Niagara Grin ler; three Bench vises; Drill Bits from Stock Dies, Taps; Ilcnmcrs (Critchlcys Expansion and Detroit) all to 1 sizes needed; Micrometers; Wnldcn Socket Wrenches; Speed Wrenches; Moss-ber- g Sockets (two sets) ; End Wrenches, Hammers. Chisels, Punches, and lots of other hand tools too numerous to mention: Five Oil Tanks, Measures and Funnels; two Parts Cabinets; one Tire Hack; Small stock consisting of Tires .Tubes and Accessories; Complete Kadlator Repairing Outfit Test Tank, Two Torches, Scrapers, Pliers, Soldering Irons, Acids and everything necessary to repair radiators. This radiator equipment was selected by the best radiator repair man in the State of Kentucky. 9-l- Friday, June 2nd fi 20-to1- and Its atIts lightness, cleonlltie tractive uppetirutice, that Hrhaps u word or two us to Its preservation and cleaning may ! of service to some of my young homewlve. As soon us nny utensil Is done with, either saucepan, vtiixh It out at once. kettle or It Is sometimes necessary to make n warm lather, nud mur this Into the saucepan or frying pan, and with n soft cloth wash oit the Inside; rti.se, and dry nt onco The kettle shotld lie turned viable Jown when not re. qulrvd for tome hi urs, so that nil th? he moUture drain out through sprout. Teapot mould never stand with ten In them tfter the meal, hut emptied, rinsed and wiped dry with it clenn cloth, then turned upside Soda for the spout to drain dry. should not lie uv.l on nny account To polish the outside wnsti with wiimi soapy water; dry, and dust a little fine uhltlng on a soft cloth and nib the surface with It. using n leather after ward at a finish. Metal polUh, Invu'.u able for brasses, l not suitable 'or aluminum. Hcotsri in. The Garrard Bank & Trust Co the United States and all foreign countries. LANCASTER, KY. We sell travelers Cheques, which are good in tcut, Who Will Invent This! That electric tight that stays lit a minute after you turn It out Is all right, but what Is wanted Is one for the cellar that will turn Itself out when we forget to do It. Host on Transcript Stop Hiccoughs. Jus! Tonkins. Jud Tunklns says he never could figure that "daylight saving" compensated for the loss of time by people In a railroad station who were trying to find out ciactly whn n train left. Business Query. Tho pawnbroker who had risen to wealth and hail retired was staying at a fashionable hotel. Ills only worry wns that he hud lit of One night a conjurer came to the hotel nnd went through his performances. Presently he cried out: "Will any gentleman In the audience lend me $Hr "On what?" shouted absent-mindednes- do-v- "There Is. I believe, only one specific for hiccough," sajs an eminent physician, "and thut Is n small dose of vinegar, sweetened with ns much sugar os It will nhorb. I hate used this remedy when the nunoyuncn has passed almost Inio the dangerous stage, und ncter knew n case which one doso would not relievo nnd two cure." the -1; ONE BUICK METZ RUNABOUT. te M-4- 0 SERVICE CAR; ONE FORD SKEETER AND ONE Most all of this stuff is the last word in tho Garage World. It is modern s We are going to sell this to suit the purand and stuff. chaser, in parcels, bunches, or as a whole. high-clas- true." Scots Help t'ich Othtr. "Scotsmen help tuch other nuturrd ly," writes Admiral Dundaa In his iHx.k, "An Admiral's Yarns." "If a Scotsman has to choose between two men of nearly the sume caliber, l(e one being un Kngllstinmn while tiie other halls from across the Tweed, It Is very long odds that he will chimi n's own countryman "One of my discoveries hits boun that, while Scotsmen abroud are us a rule a splendid tot of fellows, those at I home remain very, very narrow, hate heard It said that nn Kdlnburjh limn seems to think that the world begins ut the Culton hill und ends at tie I In) market station, One would utmost feel Inclined to believe that that It For Sale - As administrator of the estate of R. H. Tomlinson, deceas- Privately ed, wo offer for sale privately, the following: Terms made known on day of salo. Stanford Auto, Machine Cel. & Sales Co. J. B. Dbiwiddi en the Block STANFORD, KENTUCKY daugh Doris Is the ter of the suburban lady and has Mm Saturday, morning task of ewevptnr and trashing the front porch. On Saturday morning recently the sky looked as It It were about to burst Doris swept and deluge tho earth. the ponli nnd proceeded to tuke her self off to play with a neighbor's lit tie girl. "Doris," said her mother, "have you forgotten to wash the porch?" '.So, said Dons, as she superficial ly scanned the sky. "I think I'll It nature lake Its course." Kxchspz eleven-year-old ttt Natur Do It THE TOMLINSON HOME ON RICHMONO STREET This is one of the most desirablo homes in the city; large lot of one acre; house of eight rooms, two halls and all out buildings necessary; also nice small home just across the street from the residence nnd very suitable for small family. t The property adjoining the store of Goodloe and Walker Brothers, In tho Northwest corner of the public square; also flvo houses and some vacant lots on Buckeye street. The above property will bo sold on reasonable terms and nt reasonable prices and will be glad to show any of this prop erty at any time to those interested. THE GARRARD BANK ft TRUST CO. The Central Record. Lancastei, Ky., Thursday, May 25 1922 REISSUE GRADES FOR PEACH CROP Only Minor Changes From Those Recommended Last Year Are Iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuim FOUR 1 MK VACATION By MYRA C. LANE Favored (or 1922. FOR MOTORISTS F.iiiiiitliiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiir .l4Wht. HIS. W.il.ia Xt.f.l I'll lix-rspring, na (oil a Mr. Unit to burn the lire In the par hail lor slote, the uttltlt would titilM In ued miCET QUALITY Color, COUWTS fcWST Maturity, Central Apptaranca anq From Bltmlshta Art Big Factors Minimum Slza Not Specified. mfKHUL-jsm- jii Sometime them was the rhtmtiry. the llHttrr uf wins iiirnliitt the Irm pl)N, ttwietlmea the "tweet I tweet 1 i( changes cmteii Mate grade for peaches have been reissued by the L'UUil atates Department uf Agriculture. xne crudes conioln only minor (rrttarJ bf tht AUnllM sou. DrrtmtM at ticuiiur.) injurie. Minimum alien have not been specified for the various grade. out tn numerical count and minimum Ue or style of pack or the peache wuat be stamped on euch package. una la n well established practice In handling boxed apple and citrus fruits. In past jeans peaches have been graueu clilvtljr with regard to alio. The United States grade ate bated wholly on market ullty. Under this terra ure Included tuch factor a color, maturity, general appearance and freedom from Insect und fungous ltd. from those rerumuiended Be sure you have Good Tires on Your Car over Decoration Day. Hclow arc New redmed fpes w e Store torts joltl by every World chain of stores extending from co.wt to co.nt. These price arc made pmiilitc ly ccn trained liuyinn, and jelling FOR CASH through this slorc and every other store in the chain. We reduce prices to increase ImsincM Our tremendous, buying power and control of four great tire factories brings lower prices, the lencllts of w hich we pass on to yen. Hence this reduction. Try any one of the tires listed below. You will be pleased by their great mileage giving ijualities. n this Krc.it la fit MONARCH r CJj BWKlral sttttttttstttMstttttttttST io,ooom,u LjLjLfladsssEslts Mctt Commtrclal Nttds. Mail Orders Filled Promptly The No. 1 grade U designed to meet MONARCH the normal commercial need of the FABRIC traue and consuming public by ellni lasting damaged stock which might TOOO M,U, cause lost In transit. It also iu 30x3 $942 rldea that the peache (hall be of on. variety, firm, mature and well 30i3tt . . $9.93 32ijtt . . 13J. and free from trout li crack, cutu, tkl.t 30.93 3Ji4 .. .. 31.83 3U4 . . 1JJ3 break, worm holen, and from ruining-caus33i4 32x4 . . 17.47 by dirt, ctb. near, tcule. hall, J4itt . . JUS 3)4 . . 18.00 HALL 33s4H . . 3U4 disease, Insect or liiechunlcal or other 32x4 $13.28 19.04 34.84 CORD 3txi .. .. 3&.9S 34x4 .. .. 12J6 33x4 meant. 23.93 32x4H 33x5 The No. 2 grade Includes pcache. 34x4 26.39 33x4H . . 23.20 35i3 . . 38.87 of one variety which are firm, matur. 32x4tt 31.72 34x4H . . 23.72 37x3 . . 0J3 33 1 4 . . 323.28 DUNBAR 33x4H . . 24.63 33x4H and free from worm hole or terlou 32.43 M.d.lnClliKhw ll&Xl 36x4H . . 23.61 , damage caued by dlseate. Insects or 34x4H 31.02 n4Slr.tcht.klt a.47 1000 MJm V1 14U S7SS UK any other mean. 36x4H , 34.84 13 14 15 Zt lUilK It IF YOU BLOW OUT a tire on 33x3 A fancy No. I grade It olio provld-e- d M4, 38.93 at: II 4 . Ml jt u XI. 4 tbe read, look for the nearest 33x3 . 39 J 8 for those who desire to pack an unV tin Mat . ISM Guaranteed iist peclally line product. rVoriV 7i Store. Same Tires, 37x3 . J4 4V . XI In this grade 4 I' II 6000 MUes JS J 14 4 . Ill will be packed only peaches which are Same Prices, Same Courtesy. free from all damage by Insects or diseases and which In addition have a CHAIN OF STORES COAST TO COAST specified uniount of red color. This amount has been fixed at SO per cent for such varletlr a Carman and Hlley and at 23 per cent for Klberta and J. II. Hale and other similar varieties. The department's action In reissuing the grade Is the result of the COY KY. favorable acceptance and use of the grades last year by growers' associa tions, state marketing official i. and the trade generally. During the early Investigations by the department there was considerable skepticism as to the I'.lnl Uck U Utll N.w. Montgomery, K J. Walker an J D A.j DOINGS practicability of formulating grade LICK Mlcrvcy and Mers. Jas. Denny and. The Paint l ick II. gh School Hate which would be uniformly acceptable to both northern and southern dis- Interesting Xewa of East End Capitol Gathered By Alert D. A. Hervcy were recent guests at Hall team erases the reason, by detricts, but actual use of the grades on 'a V2 o'clock dinner with Mr. and feating the Hurgin H. S, team by the Correspondents a large scale under the supervision of Mrs. J. G. Burnside. score of U to This game took specialists of the bureau of markets Mr. Hammack entertained at din- - place at Paint Lick Saturday 20th., Estrkige is quite ill at .Mr. Eli Mi.s Clara Highland, of Covington and crop estimates has won over many SUnilay .Mrs. not. liamon, .urs. and was featured by the alround batarrived Mon.lav nl,t f h tw. ,.,.i.t ' of even the most conservative opera- this writing. Uu'' ting of the PalnP Lick boys. Davit mm" Ml"' tors. Mr,. Martha iJ'",e Mr. R. H. Unirord is very III with of her grandmother. chell, and Misses Elizabeth Howman, did best with the willow far Taint Qradaa Art Adopttd. Whtrt Ejy According to recent reports, the pneumonia. Bently Williams, Madine and Gene- - Lick, getting three hits, one of them .Mr. Elf Eitriiie continues very HI Hev. X. II. Young and wife, Mlw'via Murphy, of Richmond. a home run. However, this is net an 1'nlted States grades will be adopted e Beulah West and Helen Boyle at- this season by the Sand Hill Fruit at his home. prof. W. B. Elder and wife and unusual frat for Dick as he plwl Growers' association, Aberdeen, N. C, HmoreThur Mrs. E. L. Woods was in Lexing tended conference at m,e am, Uob. one for the. circuit with two mates thret. tonff Marlha and the Western New York Fruit Grow- - ton Friday shopping. day blc and Mrs. A. B. Wynn and daugh-Mr- on in the game played with the strong H. J. Chestnut and children, ter, Mis Mary Bain, were entertain-Misse- s Maditon High on Friday 1'Jth. Mr. Hise Davis has begun work The Paint Lick team has had an Annie White and Sallie King.'e( at n 12 o'clock dinner Monday on his new residence. exceedingly good season, winning Hev, N. IIt Young and wife were were sivitors in Berea Monday after- - by Hev and Mrs. X. II. Young, noon. ,r... eleven out of thirteen games played 11. I.. 1. i i..i r in Lexington Monday of last week. jtlfm tfuia unti tt iittiisin being defeated once by the Lancaster Mr. and Mr. It. V. Ktri4lif mnA . iMM.int, r.i ran will he Mr. Miss Ilculah Led ford a "ncc b" ihv Orchard (Mrs. Morse, were dinner guests Sun- - away wJth a harrow on which he was! ' Ledford's assistant at the post otTice. u' m wh'5h day of Mr. and Mrs. H. 0. Woo.l, at ridlng, cutting the artery in hl left ." I Mr. and Mrs. Allie Boian spent Mriia-MIe- . " '"r seeming to be hurt badly, arm, not K"V" . Sunday In Ilryantsville with relatives. ," ,c,oan Mr. Joe Bowman, MIm Elizabeth also one of the horses being serious- Mr. and Mrs. Tom Todd and two Bowman bt,n Uu' mw,n "f y"Te hf and brother, were guests ly injured. uiii.iiuHK iu me levers 01 ine nlil u'r tn f .nnffttfr Snttmlnv. of their aunt, Mr. Morris (1. W. Conn entertained at gome Mrs. great deal of pleasure and to Mr. and Mr. J. T. Underwood en- und Mr. Burton Sunday. . .... dinner Wednesday Hev. anil .Mr, sav ihn Pnint .... ...... ,, , . . .. tertained Hev. Hugfason last weekmiit liruuil t u. 01 tnem woulil be putting it nilldlv ogci anil ton. ucv. nnu .ur. , end. .V.IH.I.1...UIVIII i uung, .'irt. .v. ii. n nn ami uuugn-Bentl- y Professor KWer deterv-- n vm.i Mrs. E. I Woods entertained sevWilliams, Madine and Gene- - ter, Miss Collett, Mrs. Woods Grave, deal of credit in his work with eral to dinner Wednesday of last via Murphy, of Richmond. jjlst Kate Ely, Mrs. Chas. Graves, buys, for he has certainly put the the week. Mrs. Frank Ambrose and daughter,' Jr., Mines Mac Curtis, Cynthia I'rvw. I . I II. h. up among the leaders Ptachta In BatkiU and Boxes Ktaoy in Miss Mary Hammack has returned Mis. Grade, of Berea, were guests of Jtt and Ellea l'rcwiti. High .School Athletics. We doubt if for Shipment. from several days visit to relative. Mrs. Ambrose's sister, Mr. Tom Mr. and Mr. W. B. Elder chaper- another High School team ean boast ers I'acklne association. in the country. Todd several day last week. oned the High School boy and girls of the record these boy have made. Hochester, N. Y., I)th of these Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Friend and Misses Madine Murphy, Geneva to High Bridge on a picnic one day clatlons IiaIng tried thetn In 1021. In ' wcre at. Col,t'c inn Sunda Murphy and Bently Williams, of last week. Lunch was taken and a Just nteive.1 car load lxJ 10 addition. It 1. practically a.ture.1 that fh,Wrenhis to see parent. near Richmond, were recent guests of very delightful day was spent. Sev- ft. White Oak Fencing. the Jersey Fruit Grower' Misses Margaret Moberley and Mist Jessie Mae Hammock. association of New Jersey, a numBastln Lumber Co. eral outsiders went alone. In the ber of associations In southern Illinois Naomi East, were guest of Miss Mrs. Fannie Bryant, who has been afternoon the buys played Burgin It is not to be wondered at that and northern Ohio, Including the Kate Ely Monday. making her Mrs. B. ball team, our beys winning the Krult company. Danburjr, ).. as many people object te setting 011 the The revival at Mt. Hebron will B. Montgomery a visit has returned game. well at certain prominent grower In modern Jury. The suspicion I of Mrs. F. H. Smith entertained in bribery Maryland. Tennsylviinlu and Vet Vir- begin June 10th. Uro. Harold twill to her home at Bryantsville. doesn't care who it hits. ginia will also adopt the United conduct the services. honor of .her Wrthday Wednesday The Presbyterian church at Manse Stolen jradt for this season's puck. Messrs. R. J. and Woods Walker .lUmt..i Sumlav nit-h- t th.t th n tne toiiowing: .Mewiamet r. n. anum, The crudes have been prouiulzittrd In have returned from a ten day' visit KreKation might attend the Hacca- - II. J. Patrick, Rev. Estridge, R. J. nubitantlally the tuine form ut the and fox hunt in TeHnos.ee. EXCURSION ' Walker, 11. Ramsey and Mr. Jas. iaurtaU. icrvlce at Mt. Hebron. nfflclttl Texas grade und marketing Denny. All the good things of the Dr. Smith was called to Crab Or-- , iilHcIalt In North and South Carolina, Mr. R. II. Ledford was on the tick season were served, including tine Wednesday in consultation New Jersey and Colorado are consid- chard Ht several days last week. Mis strawberries out of Mrs. Smith's garand return ering thetn favorably. with Dr. Harmon, of that place. )Ava McUhorter took his place at den. A very enjoyable day was via Partial or complete crop futlurtit la Dr. F. II. Smith and G. C. Good- recent year In peach producing Mute, man attended the medical meetlnz) tnB Post otTice during Mr. Ledford'a spent and all wish her many more $2.85 L. & N. $2.85 nines. on th west bunk of the Mississippi such happy birthday. river have made It Impractlcubie for at Berea last Thursday afternoon. . .Mr. and Irs. I.en Goodman, of The three weeks series of meetings, Further reduction for children. Mrs. Hester Spurlock and ehiWren, JUvenna, Mr. and Mr. Len Radier specialists of the department to which have been' ,in progre at the property the grade In thut of Harlan, are with her purenu, Mr. anj children, of Berea, wer- - week-an- d Methodist church closed Sunday eve4th, 1922 territory. It It knowft however, thut W. R. Patrick for a visit. Mr. BUrlti of th.r parents, Dr. and ning. There, were 63 conversions the ieclacatlons Included In the deSpecial train will leave LanHev. and Mrs. Vogel a.d little son I Mr. G. C. Goodman. partment's recommendations wilt meet and 10 tanttflcations, 25 were bap- caster 5:39 A. M., normal conditions In tbessj sections, and Rev. and Mrs. Young were guest Mr. H. W. Estrldge cntertauie.il tized and 43 added to the chorch a will leave Fourth St. returning Station, and It Is believed that they will be of Mr. and Mr. Thos. I.ogsdon for her aunt, Mr. Morse, of lllliioi, the result of these meeting. Much Cincinnati at 6:30 P. M. Centecelrtd favorably one they are Among thote present good wa done the community In tral Standard last Friday. Time, (7:30 P. knows. Huyrrt who have had exMis Ethel Todd and brothers were were Jin. Morse, Mrs. H. J. Patrick, Keneral which was shown by the large M. City Time.) perience with peaches labeled "United guests of their aunt, Mr. Frank Mr. R. J. Walker and Mrs. Wood crowds in attendance each night, the For futher information conKtatea No 1" have expressed Walker. I church being too small in Berea, Saturday and to accomodate sult Local Ticket Agent. as well satisfied with ths Meidamei E. L. Wood, B. B. them all. ) 8 'S1415 I ,1 I "Tliere'a the swifts back again." ll,e old uoiiiun would say to l.tr ilMiiclitert, Murlrl nm) Itadirl. Sl llkiil to bear them, and lnm-evold that spring mUlit be, of courw the ndutit of tint hulhllisa twlft made Are liaNitltde. Mr. Hale lay In her tied upstair, h'tie wool. I neter leave It again, but die mlKhl IH r iiimith. even year, the doctor Mid, llaehel did nil tl.e tuMiMntork. Muriel was n ttenoKrataWr In the mill. Burton lltiolrlrls wat mmlnV w ami m Muriel. He wat (wenty-ma traveling !nlcnwii. lie wn nm by the Ctrl of tlderixl Ihe vtlhu'e. Muriel knew a hHI a ltartol dhl llwl tit repHtatlon not the It'tt. Hut she was tired f iter mill. AihI Burton wu lufutuuted with her. There wut no duht imW could Nturry Mm. Ituilnl fotind him nice too. Hut ltntlo-us dlnVrettt fnun Muriel. Hi Mhned In Into, whleli, to Murtof. meant Mtsly a tint In town, u ttmld, c-i haM i Air Mme day. Aayway, n Itmo. Itnrk.l. who u ely ptcdtevti. e, ll.itstllno. enl Im , EXTRA SPECIAL i ed , mm II DUNBAR I ' what Burton ewtisil Imm see tn MrM. Did Uu not sluiHon, lira empty she was? Uln4 all wen were I Muriel for He wat raHMHg w tlw Urst ttssH In a mmilli. He had written that he had made n "klHItsc" on the rHtxl. He wat tu be tuade Miles iiHiswKer for lilt firm. Tfcnt wiek wat frii'ilni: cold. Ill tin lif the baby twin were twlttxrfct; "ilMher. we ismt Imte a fire Hi What will he the rlor fir ltrti-ii- . llilnk of "Are the twlftt fmv yet, MurlelT MoMerit. rii wonder".) kr . (ousty. TWey iHHen't built jet. A little smoke will seare Itieni away. They Tle afcl wottutH looknl at her aUX' 10-- 23 'n hiOoM't iiMde their tirtt, and Burton's Ma." .A " WORLD S. SANOERS STORES LANCASTER, Mi're tare, Muriel . . ." Ilarhel bad net heard. Her titter had M'lit her to the village for prt i Lions. It wa four tolte to that par tKHilar siiop where alone )oU could buy thine cmhI enough for Burton. "If Ilailu'l truilc.il drearily thnmgti the jT PAINT "r s. liui How Mind Burton must lote.1 him. She wa Jealous of her ltir. Mie thousht her unworthy. When the raine hack the taw smoke Inmrliix out of the jiarlor chimney. She threw the pnxliinn on table and rati to Murlrl In .the parlor Her faiv wrat white. ".Muriel'" the sn.-.l- . "Vou jou've lit the iarlor tire. The twlft- -" "IUH..T tlie twlfttr tald Muriel. A title bron body, then another. tumld down the and uuherfl With n cry llarhel utHMi the logs. picked them up und curried them to the itMr. The ey.- - of ttie rtvUlluc were w I mil. Ttitlr hiMirt had cee.l to imitate. llarhel sto.Nl there In bornr. Then, the nirrl.il the dead bird to the Inline and put them under a Iimim heap of toll. IJer e)rt were Mating. Burton might to be tidd. Why thnuhln't he Im; told I Murlrl wa not tit to marry Burton, not fit for any man. How lone the crouched there the did not know. Uti afterward, when the rt turned, the heard Burton' slush. Mtie If' plj dre In the arlor. I ih' j' 11 ill --- ..v. ai. Dan-hurjr I J grand-daughte- r, "Where" Itiirlul. I wiHiderl" dnsimliiv tomewht rr, I sue," Muriel rnretrttly. "Say. Muriel, did 1 ever tell jo'u the story of the drummer and the Hen!" lliiclirl llsteiie.1. Muriel hurtt Into thrlekt of laimhter and Burton Jolnei In. How coarse hit olre toundml. "Say. Muriel, when I It to be?" "Hot What "Why, you and uie church paron rlnB-n- lce little flat for two happy at turtle doet'" ThroiiEli the doorway Itachrl aw llurtotrt Jovial face. She thud dered. How had tlie. ever dreamed the cared for Mint She wat tfad Muriel was going to marry Burton. They were well suite t each other. Her eyes were opened hur heart, her understanding. She Bad become n woman through the utuierttandliis of aufferlni;, throuEl aorniw. anerl "Iy Ur f. CINCINNATI, OHIO dree The profesilonal to lllt hi clients Ths Social Sponsor. Many seeking social position full Into the rlutrhe of a "professional friend" He hat n speaking acquaint ance with many men und women of the social worlil, und knows where to go In order to mix with the smart set how to do things In Ihe best ttyle. Ill well und It a gllh talker. friend undertakes about for, let u I drtu-i.nstru- !nj Sunday. June conrM', the client pay all the Milt, while the professional friend live on th fut of the land. A "Society Kdltor" In the Atlanta Oonttltutlon. The Political Bess. In New York. ), the winter teuton money, but, of No mention made of theiu-Helv- Am-broi- e, 2t "What ha become of the political hots)" "The iltlcal replied Henn-to- r Sorghum, "reminds mi) of a friend of mine who It In the hotpltal. He got cnrvlekA about starting something und mntiui-w- l to yt ruu over by bit 5" own machlus." The Central Record, Lancaster. Ky. Thursday. May 25 1922. jMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimniimiiiiiiiiirj RAVAGES OF JIM CROW IN SPRING His I Old Man Benson Cy CHARLES Raids on Cornfield Largely Responsible for Unsavory Reputation. OTHER WILD Arc Hl3 OnlySjDown Delivers any Grafonola to your Home Enjoy Fun, Happiness and Entertainment in your home tonight E E. BAXTER riiiiiiiiimmiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiniHiuiiiiiir Old I'.tnv.n put on hU hut. UT m little utroil. "Thin! I'll Jut n.olher,' he anld. piittlnR Ida wife on the Mioultler. "IHika like cleurlns "Like our trouble!"," milled .dn lien-"Joliii, jou do think you'll Cit tlmt pillion with the Sandein nrm. hnt jouV "While tltere's life Iherc'a hope, n.'l-er- ," he niMwercd Kayly. l.i:l ome In tho Mrect, unhennihle hold of him, unl he i. i ...etl hi llf In dUmal retnwpitt. lie linl -fl Cravfurd with propheilea from nil the .it um itnv.m vh tin atialifllciil Kenliif, and far In the chondral Held, !ie hhouhl u Kiwd inmltlon limue-tl.'ellie had dir, ATTACKS BIROS Dot Farmar Dig Favor, Howsvtr, by Devouring Cratihoppara, Cattr. pillars, Whitt Orubi and Other Insects. tfr il'Hi4 IJke kf Ih. IIiii Crow uiit t commended nmim: hut when lie Is a had l.lnl lie Is a hnrdhollcd eg. HI springtime ravage n the cornfield are lunr.i) rini.lMo for lili unsavory rcpula tli'li. hut he Ihi added to It hjr raids on the xu1try ynrtl. relations oti wild bird, and ultn a il erops other thnu corn. At certain msuoiis ami In certain loonlltle he heemkiirti ii nuisance ami a !! r1 Went In farming Unit he must warned by making tin example f soto members of Id gang. Jim U imly about half hail, ami le mum of his Iwlf, wlflrh th not ini'Ull his wife. Who l Jut mm ho Is It Is not advisable If treat him too harshly. Nearly mir I fifth of hi fix. mailt up of In sects, ami h Includes on hl mi u some of the farmer's worst cHterptllar. ami wh.i-cru- h ami thHr parents, the Mh beetles. Btm Going Too Far. I'rohahly f could not get along so well without J Ihi Crow us with him. Killing off Ihi whole family, If thai were IMe. would l u short-slicled Jsillcy. Ho, when the I'nlted Stale lrnrtinrHt of Agriculture rnimi mends thi mitmitig of crows, th. lucnture should In looked iim ntere-lu wumliig to Jim ami his fumil) tlwt tfcey butt Ih-going far ami that they tsjn'i get away with every I hi ii IT. They urv witry enough (mK ! need many repetition of the livery spring farmers revive thHr old feud with I lii Jim Crow rntull) carrying on a desultory battle by means of scarecrow, epithets, ami the more effective ilrtrniiili of coal tar g rltl-ictis- . outlans, the notorious has some points that are Ull.l fuit. Allu)t uir. I lMtnHV iwfirn. y. '; Dance Music: Roll back the rug, draw out the Grafonola and dance. Everyone will say, "That's great Play it again." 1 Latest Song Hits: Direct from Broadway right up to the minute songs that everyone is humming or whistling. shouldn't you, too? Why t' leii Comic Songs: j ..! iioni. ii inn a a tlliaitritNililf . . . . I ... at mi idiinti uikI . iint' (mint eralu that U illlmit'fnl to rrovt ami It Iihm llit ailtantasp. othrr I !. not tMietl hy Miiuf other Uflfr-rrn- t hiii, inn it import" ciuy otlor to tht trttl ut the Kntilnatlli wl. on tht iiMrkrt. of not alTrctluz of lli ttrn hrn In HiiiIImI iuantlllf. A tahlo. l UMtl t half a bukhrl of lxiiiful 11i t Laugh long and hearty with Al Jolson, Bert Williams, Nora Bayes, Van CS Schenck and all the other leading stars of the stage. They are eloom -- chasers that will keep you happy. How Im.l it ull coitie nlxiutl An uthlole nt cnlleee. he Mill hud lieen Iihi ahy to mnke frleniH. lie hid reiiwlmtl U year with the n i S ietile. hud rlncn to with liN tf... hutl nmtlen their fortunt! for limn-Cuniihalltute of lie renllztsl they were pluck-in- c id timing and left to work for itim-erut $l,)on. ii Ten ehrs Inter they wrnt hnnknipt; tind lli'nMtn'! diiuithter hrt died lifter The) were child-Ki.u llncerlns lllnei-x- . mar, A1 imil he. their nalan f..rif. He Imtl litt n wr.ippitl un III hN Imiiif, he hnd sne with IiIm wife nnd hoiel child to IToriihi, where It nlie might nttixer. to tiikn n He Vln .it .'.i wlih ii now company. The het of hU work wh dine. At wan on the lnlf. Ha llf(y could not wtir!; except. In un And people f sympathy. were ll.ipntlent of rluw rw'iirch nowu-diiyThey would not wnlt while he rhilHinitod hN method. Yet he knew Unit. Klven the he could Mill tench Miui;thlntf If he hud a to the youncer men. chnnce! Hut who woultl slve u chance In n hroken limn of fifty? He hud drifted from one Jh to he had even heen u drucgUt : ut last. In deypenillon. he had applied to the Sanders people, who wunted a $ltVn man to head their lahoratory. No anitwcr haiNcoine. looked np ax the sound Old llt of Muuhter und cheering enme from on the ground lloor of an n hlg He had whndcred a uptown hulldlng. long way. , "What's that placer he asked a Iv.-n- f..''l h"ry rl-i- a. 1 m in x. opjMir-tunll- y, r, n-'- in riN-n- i cm Was Now $ 150 125 ijaj ? baving $25 corn lit a Kitt iiiihIi up In I Ik of uiif oumv of iHiwOrrttl tryrhnliii. (wo ll)lfixnnful of f jilnU of March, ami flu Mini Ttit tar1i uralrr to 'JO itmtl i f anil utrytlinliif uro put Into tlx water which la hontnl to Imilliic. am) atlrrt'tl well whrii I lit- - iurrh U'ln to llilrk l pouirtl on the corn rn. Tltli Into It until llmrotichly antl 'lUHIbutiMl. Tin tni la apmul to dry and I then Ttil to r int'lluhl U than the ohl out tif ultfplnu tht oru In u ftroiic utryrh t hIiih Miluthtu, of thrlr war It will ikk Ih- - ptiltilf la kill liir many of llio crow, hAt a little of thM onr-hal- btrythnlna It Favortd. ilt'lrrniit, howtTrr. I utrjctnlne. whlth nmy l.f a(lpt to lt ' This Special Sale lasts a short time only Here is our Liberal Offer: You simply 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. tlrrl ltl !y u. lln-nu.- ' Our Reduced Prices Mean Big Savings for You But you must act immediately Look at these Exclusive Prices Down on High Grade Instruments Patented Features J Beautiful Columbia Streamline Cabinets, furniture. to harmonize with living-room club," tho tunn "Annual meeting for old Crawfurd men." llenson nturled. Never. lnce he had left college, had he come Into tonch with any of his ohl associates. Why shouldn't hel Well, why nhouldn't he forget for the while that hu wim a hroken man of fifty V Ten mlnulex later he found hlmnelf cniconcitl In rear neat of the room. Ills heart heat ax he heard the ohl. remembered wing. He began to recWhy, that idout, ognize the face. bald man was Johnon, whone luxuriant lockn had been use of the Joke of the college. There was Hartlgan glnnt of lx "Kid" Hurtlgun, 11 feet four. What was that? Iich nuin wum itlng-InThey reciting, telling u atory. were Muudlng up In turn. "My experiences . . ." Ami It was coining nenrer and nearer to him. "Say, what'a your nameJ" niktl the man ne.t to him. "lleniuinT Not Hill ittKMl l.nrd, who'd have HenHont thought- - ? You don't remember mej Aicn't you the dlrcoverer of tlmt tlood Ijrd. for juangunee? iWl 7ft n.Tn r. 3h.1t Ii I tell 'emr llenMiii "The Cruwfunl 11 .T'CiSSIiJw whU-pere- d. $275 225 165 Model Reduced to v 2 At Ctrtaln Saatoni Jim Cronv cldd Nulaanco. of IHiUmiitl prtiulliik- In-il- l Special Columbia Reproducer, the heart of the instrument, which makes the music sound human. $175 150 140 125 150 140 125 75 Ii Ot. 2 Patented Tone Leaves, to control the ume soft or loud to suit your desires. vol- icntlrri'tl otrr the IltM rorn will net u few of I mnl lhi rrt will tuke the wuni-Iii- b ami have. 1'Ihk whole ctirn for hall the danger of mIkhImc Piuallvr Mrd. Care klioulJ he taken not to dlMrthule the uralti near the fa nil buUillii; where douietjtlc animals inliflil pick It up. he crow a uiuully tlo their roni pullliu "t Kome dlitanrc from the hiilldliiK. Before liolng iilicail with itolaoulns lnitton which Involto the prviid-Ini- f of polnn) It la ulwayt advUuhlr to (Mik up law a ami local ni;uhilloiiii retninlliitf th illitributlon of hiIi.ii. Itocat coiidlilou may modify practUv a treat deal, especially In thlckly-pUluted retftona. keetl-eatltito Columbia Designed Ton Amplifier, giving the rich, mellow, pure Columbia tone. 50 32.50 100 85 60 45 30 Buy a modern v instrument today You need only to investigate and compare values to prove the abovr statements. "Oh, (ell Vm what you've been doing, or-- " he glanced nt lialiliy clotht. "lng 'Old hu Miggestclh When llemton'a turn eauiu there wa aliout of demand for his name, lie hi nrd whUperlng. Kvery glance eenutl hostile. He tiuui oji uiiu Ming deicr-rt-l-; , He found hl groumL 1 for got. He readied only die old tliijX when ho ut down the room rocked with pp!,uie. The nt'tt' man. Itenittin had hivn forgotten. He mut gu home. He had had tils hour, Ida unexpected hour. Qulelly he prepared to allp away. "You going!" It wu Ids neighbor. "Say, wnlt n mlmtet I'll walk with you. You don't remember me? Welt well, tell me what lift's brought you. old man." "lleliMUi faced hlnw "Nol much," he ktiiiiiliifred. He choked. "I!iie I'll hae to any good ulght. old limn," hu 101I1I. "(Had to hare met Craw-furd,- 'ttiv '" 11 34 Models in 6 Different Finishes Come in Today while Selections are Complete ton." The other laid Ids bund on Ida about-der- . GRASS AS BALANCED RATION Out-ttrfi- "Wult ii moment, llenon,, he auld, "can you drop In nt my ortlce for a chat In the morning? You aee, If job ureni engugeti, why, I want to talk to you about taking up some chemlcul work for me," und as llenson atarev! at him duhloiikiy, ;i utlded: "I meant to annwer your letter to day. Sly name's Sundera." Coit of Production of Milk and Can Bo Loworod by Uit of SuccuUnco. t graaa la coiikldrred ai neur balanced ration of any one feed a wo can With an abundutit supply uf nature's mlaabl, Incipennlve, MGftoberts Drug Store LANCASTER, KENTUCKY l'aituru (t. Tht Opportune Moment. IloliliyYuu look k tired, ma. Mother I'm an tired, dear, thnt I can't move n hand. Ilohhy Then, ma, I wunt to trll yot I hooked n lot of your atran berry Jam -I- toston Truntcrlpt. Ouka Hat I50.0CO a Ytar. The duke of York, second son ot t, nuttitloua and food w can lower I he coat of production of milk and butterfat King Oeorge, bus un oftlclal of H.VKKO eW, allowat Th Central Record. Lncatr, Ky. Thunday. May 25. 1922 EFFECTIVE MEASURES CHEAP FEED FOR WINTERING COWS Experts Favw Cwn Silag and Whtat Straw With Hay or Cottsnseed Meal. EXPENSE OF RAISING Experiments Conducted In CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK. THE BANK THAT ALWAYS TREATS YOU RIGHT. Civic Patriotism IT IS THE DUTY OF EVERY LOYAL LANCASTER CITIZEN TO KEEP HOT THE TRIALS OF HOME PATRIOTISM. EDITORIAL JOSEPH'S EXCLUSIVE LADIES OUT- TO AVOID SWARMING Less Troufektome in Seme calities Than Others. Lo- FITTERS ONE PRICE OUR CALVES Blue-Gras- s Regions of Appalachian Mountain. In Wart Virginia Rations Usee for Cattlt. (Prepared by the V a Dspsrtmsnt of Agriculture.) Corn silage and wheat straw with either mixed hay, hnjr or meal la n much cheaper rn tloo for wintering cows than shock corn, mixed hay ntid wheat atraw aa tried out In feeding experiments recently carried on br B. W. Sheets and II. If. Tuckwlller of the bureau of animal Industry, and described la Department Bulletin 1024, "Feeding Experiments With O mile Heef Cows Raising Calv"es.H which has Jest been Issued by the United State Ifepartaeat of Agriculture. The work described la the bulletin has to do with ths advastagps of certain practice, ths economy of a number of and the cost of raising calve to weaning ace. It applies tn the blBe-grsregion of the Appalachian mountains, a region that furnishes most of the beef fur the I la stern markets. Conrfltlons Similar In Other States. The farm on which the feeding was ilono Is In the southeastern part of West Virginia, but the conditions I hero are similar to those In part of I'ennsylranla, Ohio. Virginia. North , Kentucky nnd Ten. Carolina, fteora-iauessec. The conclusions ulso npply In part to other nearby regions. The rations used for the four lot of cows were: Corn Mlnge, mixed hay and wheat atruw; com ullage, soy hay and wheat straw; com . bean silage, cottonseed meal nnd wheat straw; nnd shock corn, mlxetl hay nnd wheat draw. As mentioned In the silage p nigra ph. com and first wheat straw, with either mixed hay, liny or cottonseed meal, a cheaper ration than shock corn, mixed hay and when! strnw for wincow fed on tering beef cows. As Ibe mixed hay and oydciin rations 'produced a larger rnlf crop than tliote fed the cottonseed meal, the aeruge cost per head of mining their cnlvcs was practically 0 per cent less. As sources of protein, mixed hny nnd soybean hay, where they are grown successfully, have additional advantage In Hint they can be raised on the farm, while cottonseed meal mutt be purchased. Cost of Raising Calves, Actual costs of raising calves vary with the time and locality, but by a soy-beag grass-finishesoy-ben- n 1 C. K. ENGLE GROCERIES EVERYTHING AND NOTIONS. community's growth nnd permnnent progress is measured entirely by the scope of its commercial activity. BY ITS ABILITY TO SUPPLY A MEANS OF LIVELIHOOD FOR THOSE WHO REQUIRE IT. This situation rests entirely in the hands of we Lancaster citizens and not only becomes h civic duty BUT A PATRIOTIC DUTY. A and QUALITY MOTTO. to Swarm Is Reduced Inclination Where Colonies Hsvs Ample Brood. Chambers Good Comes Are of Importance. (rrrr4 KINNAIRD BROS. Dealers In r uii.. suu l.rtrirt THE BEST. BE FOLKS SHOULD LANCASTER KNOWN ALL OVER THIS SECTION AS CIVIC EOOSTERS. And we want you to apply this splendid quality to n feature of our community life and on a 100 per cent basis. THIS IS TO TRADE AT HOME. WE D, DODGE BROTHERS MOTOR CARS, GOODYEAR TIRES, HARD-HITTIN- G, TUBES, ACCESSORIES J. F. HOLTZCLAW HOUSE FURNISHINGS 'Everything- - For The House." J. E. DICKERSON AND SON LADIES Pulling dollars out of a community is another form of pulling out the very props that serve as its foundation. Patronizing tho business men of other localities nnd living in Lancaster is straddling thq fence that divides the splendid force which you could otherwise be lending to our city's progress. This might be plnin talk, friends, BUT IT IS ALSO PLAIN FACTS. The merchandise, prices and serivce offered the Lancaster purchasing public preclude any cxcus.es that might be offered for trading outside our city. THERE IS NOTHING TO JUSTIFY SUCH ACTION AND STILL WANT TO BE KNOWN AS A LOYAL LANCASTER BOOSTER. R. H. BATSON'S CASH STORE CLOTHING, SHOES AND GENTS FURNISHINGS. Honey production on sn extensive scale makes It necessary sometimes tn distribute the colonies of bees In see era I apiaries lit avoid overstocking. Then comes the serious problem of controlling the swarm. Swsrra control Is less illfflcult In producing estracted honey than with It Is leas troublesome In some locations than In others. The reasons for thess differences are Important In dsrlslnc measures for swarm pretention. These, slid other problems relating to swenn Ing sre discussed In Farmers' Hulletln I IDS, Issued recently by the United of Agriculture. Slates Department This bulletin may lie had, free, upon request addressed to the division of publications. Nome strains of bee, the Depart says, have a men! of Agriculture stronger lendenc t "warm than nth coinb-hoae- ..a V- .'fc.iVtggP - FRANCIS-SMIT- H MILLINERY AND NOTIONS. ggM .'.Aswmgs9 B v WXgikv SSSSSSSS- - MB9aaS9 . ' OUTFITTERS WHERE THE THOUSANDS SHOP. F. B. MARKSBURY AND COMPANY EAT MORE Don't knock. BREAD when you can net George Washington flour mnde from selected soft winter wheat unexcelled for fine cakes, biscuits nnd pastry. I!' The furniture stocks of our city, the clothing, drug, hardware, bakery, auto, shoe, jewelry, building supply, household, millinery, photo, electrical, plumbing, tailoring nnd in fact, almost every line of merchandise or service to be found elsewhere, is here in such degree nnd sufficiency as to make Lancaster a trading center able to supply your every FIGURES. want nnd AT MONEY-SAVINRealize the truth of this statement, friends, and tcsolvc deep down in your hearts to be n 100 per rent Loyal Lancaster Citizen by being 100 PER G Our Stock is kept alive and Our prices are right. Our aim is to fill your wants. Public Square Phone 184. BsSVMsflakv''' Z! w , . w ftflgV' 'VV . SggflSgggSsk HOTEL KENGARLAN Mrs. A. K. Sanders, Manager. HsBBKggESgggggi Control of Swarming Is Difficult Proo Ism. No, tn some extent, swsrmlnx , may be reduced by rarvful selevtlou j I In breeding. Colnnlin hating larsre bers sre less Inclined to swarm than thie In quarters too small. Rtrong cWoiiIrs having good queens may need (St.osl to Tu.Uk) relts for rearing of brood, durtnt the period of extsnshe In the sprint, to addition to the cells used for storlnj honejr snd ollen. Colonies (having good combs throughout are le Inclined to swarm than colonies having poor combs. Inferior combs msy greatly Incresse the swarming tendency, both by reducing the amount of available spare ami by acting as barriers In the way of a free expansion . The bulletin ghes of the brmxt-nesta dosen or more sw measures to be luken b) bee owners. brwd-cbim-brood-rearinbrood-rearin- . PROFESCENT LOYAL TO ITS COMMERCIAL, SIONAL AND MANUFACTURING INTERESTS. This means PROSPERITY, Civic Advancement and hitting the line that helps to retard our civic progress AND HITTING IT HARD. Groceries, Cigars, Tobacco, Candies, Fruit. An excellent Restaurant in connection. Take your Sunday 6 o'clock dinner with us. The unruly tongue is bet curbed by keeping the mouth shut. lletween ragtime and radio comes the toil that pays for both. After all, we may have to go to war again to settle the difficulties of peace. Don't go around with a chip on your shoulder unless is i worth knocking oft. er. gg Fire Blight on Apples Alarming Many Wtlggggggti Growers MsJggggggBHgjaslggggga Kire blight, n bacterial disease that aerazsssi mm iSsawKfr Three New Circular sv v-- .t -- y Out For Junior Farm Workers Three new circulars for Kentucky virg.n.j Hsstuu. farm boys and girls have just come study of the tables In this bulletin any olf the press at the College of Api s region mny culture to be distributed to inter farmer In this determine with considerable accuracy ested youngster ns nidi for the Juni what It will cAt him to grow feeder or agricultural club projects which calves to the weunlng age. The bul- they arc conducting. One outlines letin should be studied In connection t the dairy heifer calf project and the with Department llulletln 1042, of Winter Itattons on 1'nsture dairy cow and calf project, another Thene bulletins takes up the beef breeding project Oalns of Calves." may be obtutned by addressing the De- in detail while a third deals with the partment of Agriculture at butter making project. Work along each of these line has proved popular with farm boys ami girls in ths CLOVER BEST FOR ROTATION State, club worker at the college say. Conlo of the circulars may be ob Good Plan to Kssp Soil Supplied With. tained free by writing the experi Hssssiary Humus Also 'jr. ment Station, Lexington. ' nlshts Cash CrOpi wattbt on ,;.. blue-cras- "Kf-fec- Kids like to play at being grown clover ups, and grownups like to play at Etur ami hark to wheat keens the Somewhere between soil supplied with numus unci nitro- being kid. rotntlon may be of there U a happy medium, but we sel gen. A three-yen- r wheat, clover, pasture, corn. Clover dom know when wc reach it. pasture also keeps the bind In good condltlon.snd returns a ciiali crop two years out of three. If a seed crop of clover Is harvested, then each crop In this rotation becomes a cash money crop. In addition to the regular crop profits, we have the pasture, and the and return soli Improvement as extras. via .; 7V Ajy7fa"r rotation of whwt, EXCURSION CINCINNATI, OHIO L. & N. SELECT VEGETABLE VARIETY $2.85 $2.85 Mould Bs of Hlghsst Quality, Adapt, d to oil and Region and Disease Resistant Further reduction for children. Sunday, May 21st, 1922 by his own or hli sible, be sjelgbttora experience. Special train will leave LanThe gardener should choose ths caster 5:39 A. M., returning variety of highest quality will leave Fourth St Station, that will mature within his season, be Cincinnati at 6:30 P. M. Cenproductive, adapted to his soil, retral Standard Time, (7:30 P. sistant to disease, and hare an at- M. City Time.) tractive annearunce when ready for For futher information conhe table. The lis to choose from Is and the gsnlener should. If pos- sult Local Ticket Agent. Uwi I is highly destructive to pear trees and one that sometimes becomes serious on apple trees, is alarming apple growers in many parts of the State by Infecting their trees, according to reports being received by V. D. Valleau, plant pathologist at the Kxperiment Kentucky Agricultural Station. Little can be done to control It at the present time and the chances are that it will do small damage, he said. "On apples the disease is present as a blossom blight although it alo infects leafy twtges. A part of the bloom clusters thought to have been killed by the frost this spring probably have been detroyed by the blight bacteria. "The blight thnt is most Injurious lives over the winter In cankers found on large branches while that which usually Is found on fruit spurs and small twigs dies out as soon as rapid growth stops and seldom lives over winter., "If fruit spurs on large branches are infected with blight, the disease may spread farther back on the branch, girdle it and finally kill It. Consequently, It Is a good Idea to cut out such branches as far back as the disease has spread taking care to see that klnves anJ other tools ued In the operation are sterilized with a solution of bichloride of mercury. "If apple growing is an Important feature of the farming operations, it may be wise In some cases to elimin ate pears from the farm or at least to plant them as far as practicable from the apple orchard since the disease may spread from heavily infested pear trees to apple trees. "The only complete control of blight is obtained by community cooperation directed toward the task of eliminating It from the entire section." Important determining the profits which Kentucky farmers obtain from their poultry flocks now that the n State has an- egg candling law, t the Kentucky Agricultural Kxperiment Station are pointing out. The portion of the leaf which Interests farmers provides that between May 15th. of each year and January 15th., of the next, no person, firm, or corporation engaged In buying or selling eggs shall do so without candling them and that no payment either In cash or merchandise shall be made for those unfit for food. The five main causes for eggs becoming unfit for food are roosters in the flock, keeping the tggs in warm places, damp, dirty nests, leaving eggs in the net too long and holding them at home too long, according to J. II. Martin, in charge of the station poultry work. "Losses tn eggs unlit for food may be prevented if all roosters are confined, sold or killed, the eggs kept in a cool place, one good nest provided for every five hens, the eggs gathered twice daily and marketed when they arc freih, he Mid. "During the ' summer, broken, shrunken ahti badly flavored eggs may be prevented by grthering them twice dally," he continued. is prevented if th? eggs are kept in a cool, well ventilated room. If the eggs are kept in a cave, care should be taken not to place them near onions or any other objects that might cause thj eggs to absorb od ors. It Is best to place them on a table or box to allow free clrcula tion of air about them. Kggs wilt reach market In better condition if they are sent frequent!) Instead of being held for a full caie to accumumarket will be a more factor in - pout-tryme- Green Clay Walker Law And Real Estate! i EXERCISE GIZZARD Sett-Tee- MUSCLES of Idea by Can De Overworked Peultryman Time Feeding Will Vary. Money to loan on farms, List your farm for tali priv-- , j ately or at auction. Office over J. W. Smith's Store., M. S. HATFIELD DENTIST Otic Phoes Office LANCASTER, over The Garrard Bash. 3. Residence 376 KENTUCKY, 4fe I "De-structi- DR. J. J. BYRNE OPTOMETRIST Practice limited to diagnosing and correcting defects of Eyesight by fitting tho of proper glasses. DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. 8 to 12 sad to S si.sa Office Hours Opposite Gilcher Hotel. late." Wealth constitutes riches only where there is a mind to enjoy It. J. A. Beazlev FUNERAL DIRECTOR Otllre Over Nstionsl Usnk. Residence fhone S. Otiice Phone 27 LANCASTER, KY. Hunters Beware We positively will not permit fox Many of the unl successful poultr) men feed a mrt of the dally grain nt Hon ground. Many of these feed the ground grain moistened with milk or water, although uiftre feed It dry. A fowl's gltiard can grind all kinds of grain, but It l considered more to bate u part of the grinding done by steam or water Miwer. However, the soft fivd Idea should Ilvglnners often not be overworked. reason It Is cheaMr for I lie miller thsn for tho foul to grlud the grain, but the powerful muwlesof theglizardsre there to te used, und experience has shown the bukinre of power of functions tn the fowl's economy makes the vigorous exercise of the glizard beneficial. When feeding moistened ground dry, feed, have It a comparatively crumbly mash, and not a thin slop, (live what they will eat readily In 1.1 to 3) minutes. Poultrymen do not ugrve as to the time of day when soft feed should be fed. Homo say It should be fed In the morning, others at noon, and still others st night. Many give tbt ground feed tn the morning, a large number at noon, and a few at night, TTie number who feed at noon, however. Is becoming larger. In tba experiment In West Virginia reported to the United States Department of Agriculture, the egg production was practically the same whether mash wsa fed In the morning or at night. CHIEF VALUE Of SANDY SOIL Care of (S41-2t.- ) hunting or h'lntlng of any character or trespassing on our farms. Any violators will be persecuted Eggs on J. S. Schooler, EJgar Price, W. A. Price, Joe Crisclllls, T. J. Price, R. Given New EmL. Elkin, B. M. Lear, R. L. Barker VETERINARIAN. R. P. Parson, Marlnda Longtwortb, Calle Aasweresl PreassXly Dar J. P. Bland, and Hughes Bros. Nlgkt. rkoae 317. (Other names will be added upon In the future, good care of eggs KENTUCKY (tf.) LANCASTER. on the farm before they are sent to tho payment of 25 cents) Farm Dr. Printus Walker - Roots of Plants Are Permitted to Pass Threuah Rsaally, but It Oris Out Quickly. ployment Tho cbtftf virtue of uady soli Is thst ths roots nt plaate can past through It readily! Ita chief fault U that It dries out too quickly. Clay soil holds water well, but It tends to pack sad hardea. Beta tjpee of soli need stable assure It loosens , up clay aa4 bs MM to hold saoux-tra- The Central-RecorSAVE MONEY men who would d. Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, May 25 1922. 1 injot it in Arrnt life Young WHEN YOUNG In com LIVESTOCK NEWS MANY LIKE THIS IN Wmllar Cat Being cacn enter the decline of life fortablc circumstance should begin to mvc now. The approved modern method of saving Ii savings account in the home bank. ThU bank Invite younj: men and young women to Join Hi family of savings depositor. One dollar opens a saving account, and any mm may be depoilted thereafter. THE NflfiONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. S. C. DENNY, Cashier. Ctpllol $50,000. Honor Roll Bonk Surplus 450,000. The epidemic It not without Ita till, Instead of going to church, staid men were htii rushing for doctor and medicine. Ulasgow Paper. PIUvy Tend Hearta Parted. My earliest lore affair, write n correspondent, wa no funny matter at ait. In fact I cannot think of It n Birds That Ar Wtathsr.Wls. now without an ache In my heart. I Some lil nli art good weather wai only fourteen jmm ami he three ' prophet. The green la reara my ocnlor All mUht hare been known In ome parti of this country well, hut parental objection. We an the "rain bird," because jou hear hi laUKhlng cry met parted. In ilrflt further apert a often lfore a (In-- yearn rolled on. I am marrteO ; drlnge The mtolthruh, again, hna now, but not tu my flrt and tendered gained the name of "storm cork," he sine before wtml or rnln. love I Hla Rosen. colortil mm mlil to hli minister one day "8ah, I coiiM M1j0y mah religion bettah If you would Je' ,Hf something new nor und then Instead of stamping Mimd de pulpit and -What I Ixk In lightning." Mid the minister, "I trie to make up In Ihundah." A remedy on tereral occanloaa whe my kldneya were giving me troublo An Investigation Into method und and It never failed to do me good. 1 roM of beef prtxluctlon In (be corn am a farmer and bare cnnilderable xpoRurn and hard work to undergo belt, conducteil by the I'nlted StntiK Department of Acrlcultiire, eorerlne and thl put my kldneya out of or a lot from three yenrx. and fannx, ahowa In der I have auffcred teretlng facta concerning the preoent backache and pain through my hip tntu of the Industry. The man who and there waa one tlmo when I waa paat going. My kldneya wero weak feed enttle in marketing hi crop a 1 he feiil (hem, and, therefore, I Juntl-ftei- l and unnatural most of the time. wnnted to pan the cecretlona every In esixvilng ii return equivalent while, too. When 1 feel any of to aternge market price for the feed. little Iheie tymptom coming on I go to I'.ven If he notnetlme fall nhort of a Bpoonamnre'a Drug Store and get a box or Doan'a Kidney PHI. Aftor tttlng them n while my trouble The following caeo I but oaa ol y occurring dally In Ijincaater. It la aa eay matter to verify It You SELL GRAIN THROUGH CATTLE cannot aik for better proof. L. C. Montgomery, farmer. Star Farmer Who Put Feed Into Route, taya: '"Wo aro aeldom and Return Manure to Land la without a box or Doan'a Kidney Pill On Who Suceetd. bandy In tho home. 1 haro uted thl iu. UffCAStfft Publlh1 In Str (Frtpr4 br Iht VmlUi Mini IfeiiMnitBI t A rlultf.) t1 YOU WANT TO SEE corrected." COc. Co, Mfra.. Hulfalo. N. at all dealer. Pnitcr-Mtlbur- n Y. Farm and Home News From Over Kentucky BEFORE YOU BUY A TOBACCO SETTER. WE HAVE THE AGENCY FOR GARRARD COUNTY. The Nisco BRYANTSVILLE, KY. Gat,) Ship. The galley i wiicker Hj,HaHRjv!f' Member of the farmer' organization in Crittenden county are plan-rin- g to pool their 1022 crop of wool NOAH MARSEE, JR. Wettest Area oi Khatl Hill. rea In the world la on The e!i-- ' were Invented by 1 se Cattla In Feed Let Near Flora, III. necepxarlly esperb encrd a The corn Ik-- farmer who tell grnln fomi-- t lines more for liU cni thuu the one who feed it to tu tile, but on the uteruge, for a period of year, except In certain llinltiil urvu. the man who put the feed Into Meet und return the manure to the land I the one who The conclusion ti Cttue out ahead. tinted on feeding In lowu, Indiana, Illinois XebruiiUu and MlourL The llgures which tnintuln the retail of thl lnetlgatlon were obtained fnun ii large uuniber of farm and from M'terul agricultural eiiwrl ment tatlun In the Middle Vt. One phate of the work deal with the out of maintaining a herd of breeding eou It wa for producing feeder cattle. found that feed repreented CO per cent of the not of keeping a cow for one year, while the other III r cent wa for Interent, labor, equipment and Incidental. return he but t lo. POPULAR EXCURSION reo-lvv- CINCINNATI SUNDAY, MAY 28th. 1922 SoiniiEaWBjuimSysiEM ROUND TRIP FARE Special Train Laave Danville 6i00 A. M. Returning SpecialTratn Leaves Cincinnati 6il0 P. M. $2.00 I FROM DANVILLE iCeatrilTUM) according to County Agent J. H. More than 5,000 pounds ( Spencer. dliplaycd to Will be centralized at Come point in of sheep which were how the method used in breeding up he county about June lit. spring; has n Hock. Talk also were made by Acid phosphate thi nken an important place in iniprov-n- g Mr. Warrener and ether prominent McLean county toil, County sheepmen nnd breeder. Five demonstrations arc under way Agent Hobert 11. Ford lay. More than 30 car of the fertilizer have on a ninny Calloway county farm to determine if spraying with oil I been used. Taylor county farmer arc show- an effective means of killing wild ing a lively interest In toybeani, onions, County Agent J. U. Gardner In many section of the County Agent J. I.. Miller lay. In reports. order for soy- State, this weed I one of the most a recent bean and cowpea teed, which wat serious ones with which farmers handled by n Taylor county mer- have to contend. chant, the total order for soybean eed wa live time a large as that for cowpea. "At last I've located one of those Striking points In connection with five-cecigars." ihcep breeding were pointed out to "Where'd you find It?" more than 200 farmer who recent"Hidden behind a two-blabel." ly gathered on the farm of S. K. American Legion Weekly. Warrener In Watrcn county to study the methods which he ues, County The mnn who attempts to stand Agent W. II. Koger report. Farmer from adjoining counties as well upon his rights against the spied county dis- manic generally finds his principal n thoie from Warren played keen Interest In the six pens support in crutches. o (rinlblnr. hlp 700 It. C I l Dally Thought. ! The urentent of faults, to be eonaelott "f oiild ay, WIjIp. fur twenty e.-n Norway's Diktr Idl Sunday. no bread haa live linked In Jvnrwny on r Trail's End it Sometime hunrhe like ll' till tro- - Semttlme. the weather come la and sometime ol like spaghetti. rear M,a tho Well-:!. ll!r Blrjf in tlu Dark. Not n tew bini pnictlnilty a'ieifiiu Kiritrr tnstlli.es In tie t Miu'iulne. Itilx - ,',), wnd tmirtln end kingfishers bird 'hnt dl. or scrntie out. long- burrow n bnnl.. and Icy their osz nt the further end of them. nre seen In Social Cultivation. I one whoso acquaintance "Tine been cultivated. To obtain good result, hit faulta should Ims plowed under and hi feeling never hirrowed. A friend of the lite itock ehlpplng In Dekalb county, Ind, Jut Rattled. hne Mdvtil tbe prcblem of having fat A crrepondent tell of an iiinulng hog on hand Just when they nre It wa SpoonerlMii she onee hennl. ready to do their homo butchering, before the ilajn of u'ltomobilex. nnd n and the United State Department of ounc woman gntfni: out of tbe winAgriculture think the plan could be dow of her home saw wjlie tjllli Many worked by other approiM-hlmItuteud of mi Ins. of tho meuitx-- r of the nMKlatou vihn aa the Intended. "Mother, here rotue a do home butchering often found e- rringe " she ex-- . j the Cabot In rfi'-'ultb hos ready for market or claimed "Here come the Carrot In tlauchter before the fnrmer were ' their cabbage." for tbe work. Under them? condition they a r route with the manager of the nMoelatlon to Milp their hoc to market at the time the are ready, nnd Inter, when the funper nre prepared to biitrber, they buy tbe delrel number of hog from the arlHtloii on the regular hipping day. Tbe hog nre dd to them ALL PEAVINE 4092 will make the season of 1022 at my barn on for the net market price returned to Ky.. at $20.00 to Insure n living the tnrtnlMTs contributing hoc to tbe I wclngton pike, three milei from Danville, thlptuent. Thl practice l on faal. to the member, n often n in the ThU National Show Hone hn made reputation for himiclf. both fanner who I rnUIng hog frtr home how ring and aa a lire. lauKhter I not ready to butcher at SIRED BY REX PEAVINE 1796. a champion shew hone and an un- tbe time the hog nre In be.t condition, and he I not prepared to feed equaled champion lire. From him we have uch champion, at Kdna Slay, (JolJcn (ilow, Jack them aa long n he desire. Hla Tim. There I a story told of Mark ta)lng He wa Twnln't IwjhiMHl. with hla brother, who wn a model Christian. One morning, shortly nfter the family were seated at breakfast the tolrv of the )oung Imij- wh hearjl n from urntalra: "Ha the Scripture lieen read!" he shouted. "Ye." they answered. "Family prayer overt "Yea." "Grace teen snldr. "Yes." "All right. I'll tx down In a mlnuteV lea-to- Ikxton Trnertit. I World'a Orcattst Runntrs. For speeil and atamlnn the Torn-- I humare Indian of Metlco lewd the world. They re In great demand a enurter, for they nre aid to be able to enter long distance In record time, making morv thiin too mile a day. . SWINE FOR HOME SLAUGHTER Mmbra of Shipping Aitodatlon Indiana Solve Probttni of Having Pork Supply. In Member VALUABLE SUBURBAN nKclntlon - them-relve- - PROPERTY J. Prank Smith's Elegant Home and 28 Acres Rich Land Subdivided Into Baby Farms; at Absolute Auction, on Premises Stallions In Service 1922 All nnt-m- Peavine 4092 necom-miHlntlo- ti Tuesday, June 6th, AT TEN A. M. This choice property U located on Danville avenue, one mile from Stanford Court House, just outside the city limits, no city tax to pay, and practically all the advantages of the city in the way of city water, lights .etc. An ideal place to live hljrh, healthy location, grand view, surrounded by the best neighbors and on one of the very best residence streets in tho city. All of this rich land in grass. A dandy small dairy farm. Beautiful shade, some fruit, good cistern. IMPROVEMENTS: Nice residence, two halls, two pantries, two varandas, and screened back porch. Good barn for four horses and eight or ten cows. Crib, garage, good chicken house and a world of other outbuildings. It is a REAL HOME and one yojt will be proud to call YOUR OWN. This desirable property will be so si! H Mod that you can put ns many acres as you desire with the improvements. n petty like this Is as scarce as lien's teeth around Stanford. Mr. Retired Farmer, you beat it for a home and a good place to raiso and educate your children. One glance will convince you something out of the ordinary. We Invite the closest Inthat we spection. Mr. Smith has fully mnde up hismind to let (his valuable property go for whatever it will bring. Possession of this property nt once, subject to the rental contract on the house nnd garden, or possession January 1st., 1921, whichever preferred, ami easy terms. Just uet the one fact fixed firmly in your mintl that this property Is going to SELL for the HIGH DOLLAR, and meet us there on sale day TUESDAY, JUNE 6TH, AT 10 A. M and POUND YOUR BIDS AT HER. They don't make them any gamer than Frank Smith. When the last bid is made he Is going to make you a deed, let the result be whatever it may. For full particulars, see, write, or phone either tho owner, J. Frank Smith, or two-stor- y six-roo- m Straw, Queen 0' the May, Star Peavine, and many othen. Daley 2nd, by Peavine 85. Ily Rex McDonald GRAND SIRE REX McDONALD 833, the undiptited champion Flrt how KING CORN 0ISC0VERS at Ntbratka RIVAL Unlvertity Pulp la henc and aire. Second Dam, daughter of Hard Denmark. Third Dam, daughter of John Oiely. If vfsit wml to hrepi! to n tallton whoe produce command the nlghctt The price for which hla colt warkit price.f breed to AH Peavine They bcinc iold at public auction along have .old are at open a a book. the Peavine have topped the market. with other colt work (like UreedlnB aaddle hone of the hlghe.t type It no longer gue beget like) and take champion to produce champlom. Here you have them all In thU pedigree, Hex McDonald, Hex Peavine and a double Infu.lon of tho champion brood mare lire Peavine (All Peavine 4092) will breed true to hl family Inheritance of championhip blood. All Peavine 4002 ii I3i hand high and weigh 1,200 pound. Dam Lucy Well C 104. by Peavine 85. A crcat brood mare by thcworld'i greateat brood more aire Peavine. Ill daughter have produced tteh champlom at Lou Chief, Cleopatra, the Frenchman, Kdna May, Ilarthtnla McChord, and doxena of other. A mare by All Peavine 40U2, I n eurc foundation. Ciptrlmtnt Show Dried Sugar Valuable usar-hee- t Fd. Btt mi. Julian Peavine n chetnut lorrel with a beautiful IIvcry llaxen JULIAN PEAVINE 15.1 hand high; ha plenty of style and flnl.h. If n.anc and tall, tand you are looking for omethIni: real fancy to breed to. don t fall to cc him. JULIAN PEAVINE will make the eaon of 1022 at above place at 110.00 to Iniure a living foal. Seaion becoruca due when mare It traded or parted with or bred, to other tock. Moit careful attention of all ttock ent to my care, but not ictpontlblo ahould accident occur. A Hen retained on colt till icaton U paid. Panlure for mare from a ditance furnlihed at reatonable ratei, but wine mutt be paid before ttock I removed. 1 pulp will oon beDried come a real rival of com In lltcttock-feedtng- , declare tbe Unltemlty of Nebnokii College of Agriculture. Thl Muteiueut I bamtl on an iuduclei by the college during which different rutlou were fed l'J lot of Utuh lumliH, Ml to each lot, for ItU day, to determine tbe food n value of the Micur-bee- l coinparlMiu with ouie of the ntuudunl ration, udi n com und ulfulfu r ctirn, alfnlfu, nnd eottn,Hl cuke. lamb led with u The prolH of f.'l.hO per head ill the end l of the period, while the fulfu-felot nhoAetl u protlt of hiI n bead. Tbe exierlnient proied, furthenuore, that either corn or dried hovt pulp I neieixury to produce a tlnUhed lamb. bi'l-pul-feeoru-und-u- 1 are-nfferi- jl3 Hog Harvettlng Tim. Furrowing time I hurct lime u Succe at trrhUiue tbe hog mean live pig thut will nulckly ffW fullure lUinn dead pi luto that will grow Into an entry uu the wrong aldti of the Ictlktr. hulni. PHONE SIM. J. UNDERWOOD DANVILLE, KY. Btfor Spring. Clip Hor Clipping U u practice thut thould be udoptetl than It I more uulu-rallfor It I un exielleiil thing for the Idle the that ha work ptirt of tbe winter and I put to heavy work during tLv tprlog. grt-nli- r COL. hughes J. & THE BLOCK B. D1NWIDDIE ON Mccarty STANFORD, KENTUCKY hre K-e- The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday. May 25, 1922 S0LVIN6 PROBLEM Of PROFITABLE Or r ALFALFA Ing gum. A Chi aped Frame. If a corner Is clipped off of n frame mnouilage.U with chew. DOMINANT STYLES gilt-edg- e 'Hid wlih gold imlnt. Lexington Herald Advantage to Market floooh; age Through Stock. Life's Misfit. Many n mnn who might hare been good butler hns failed In life, owing to hi unwillingness in mir side whisker. Suggested Central Kentucky's Brent mornltiK newapnpcr, dc irea to cnll to the attention of the people of Lancaster and surrounding territory that there' is a special 'ruck run for the benefit of its subscribers and paper reaches you in cnrly mornitiK hours. The price of The Lexington Herald by mall for one year, DAILY AND SUDAY IS $7.50; DAILY ONLY FOR to Farmer That He Discard Praetlct of Marketing Mis Hay and Feid It to Good Qrade of Dairy Must Carry Allotted Load. It I easy to any thnt we hnte no rote on Ihe question of our own entrance Into the world. Here we nre, and must rem sin. nnd wn nre bound In make the best of It. We irttut rnrry the lend, and our mnent Is unasked; If we drop the burden, human society finds Us own tny lis own lime, to fmi Mi us, no mailer what penalty Inexorable N'nttire lmtoes. .Kirhange. Perilous. Cattl. trr.psr.J agriculture of the rutted States Department of Agriculture. On the Cannibals, Now lands project In Nevada the A nuaj of nlmost 4l,Pxi ONE YEAR IS $6.00 prlcet for nlfnlfn hay have tieen rnnnlbnls, said to Ih- - the smnllest III to 050 ton f. o. h. car, which human belncs now In existence ns a is delivered by carrier to your home at The Herald net the farmer about tH or fd n ton rnre. wns recently discovered by an nt the stack. Although these prices explorer e S'ew IMirhlo. a most moderate rate. SUBSCRIBE NOW! nro considered fnlrly good at prest-nt- , figure collected recently on thu cost Now and Thtn. of production go to show that when When n young man meets n girl the farmer Is unable to get more tlinn fnll In love with her. he should nnd arold ta)lng. ns one Used In say, "Will you I lie Walker, have been guests of Mr, BUCKEYE be miner II Is more tactful In thu land Mr. Steve Walker. dny to whl.oer "Mnv I be jours?' Mr. Clemon May led the II. V. P. Mrs. Charlie Cotton and son, of U. Sunday evening. visiting Mr, Richmond, have been Th Phrsss "All Aboard." Mist Sadie Ralston has returned and Mrs. Hilly Cotton. The origin of the phrase "doing on to her home at Taint Lick. .Mrs. W. P. Long visited her par ttoard" mn be traced buck to the IceMr. Geo. Ray mIJ 1C hogs to Mr. 'ents. Dr. and Mrs. Wolf, In Nicho. landic, nnd It wus prohahly Introduced Into Anglo Saxon by Vikings. In th lasvitle first "of the week. V. A. Lear at 10c ti. per lb. original lonmt- - hord wns understood Mr. and Mrs. Handy Kurtz and Mrs. T. S. Pieratt and daughter, to lueuti the hle of n ship. are In Richmond for a week with rela- family, of llarrodsburg, have been visiting Mr. and Mrs. I F. Ilrown tives. By Way of Diversion. Mr. Jim Sutton Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Jenkins and and daughter. ln hohemlnn r"rU Newcomer on, were visitors in Richmond last Miss Mnry Lou, of Hryantsvillc, spent I think I'd enjoy lit Ing a hohemlnn Cutting At alt.. life for n spell. tut It would lime to Snuday with Mrs. W. K. Whittaker. week. i $tt n ton nt the stack there Is n net he on certain d)s In the wivk nnd Mr. Johnson, of Lexington, was a Mrs. Frank Land was in I.exing I'd really hnte to be home by I In Ruest of Rev. and Mrs. J. F. Price ton Kriilav with her daughter. Mrs. los. Indication nre Hint $7 n ton the morning - Klod.dlntis fCon'n-hngi-nIs nearer the cost of production, nnd Friday. J Charlie Grow, who is at St. Joseph this does not Include nny lator In Messrs. Jim and Phil Prather are Hospital for treatment. come for the farmer. Som tthtng to Chew. visiting Mrs. Meade Teater in LanIn order that the farmer mny make Miss Jane Harberson, of Pcrryville, Throughout the tropical OrWnt the a fair Income on these alfalfa lands. caster. visited R. W. Sanders last week and nntlte employ n substitute for Mrs. Flora Long, of Nicholasville, attended the play by the High School It N suggested that he discard the ronslrtllig of n slice of itrlcn-pnlpjmtlce of shipping olT his hay nnd guest of Mr. and Mrs. ".Mrs. Tubbs from hhanty Town in prat a week-enmil. wrMped lu IwtW leaf, stnrt fettling It to n good grade of ,W. P. Long. with n tine lime made of nathe three acts. dairy" rows or to some other kind f seashells nnd ndored with runutne Mr. George Hardin, of Dellview stock, particularly rattle nnd Rev. Price will begin a series of tire ltoton I'i I sheep. was a guest of Mr. Hiram Ray first sermons Sunday morning Ten Com Many fanners In this section hare of the week. instalments, lasting ten Sundays. On nlrendy demonstrated thnt live stock Care of Furniture. Mr. and Mrs. Rono East and fam- Sunday evenings a series of sermons, Soap s?Miuld neter be used on wood will sol re the problem of making ol- ily spent Saturday and Sunday with "Young Men and Young Women of falfa profitable. rnlli or Tlie use of live flnlstiiMl with .hollar or Mr. and Mrs. Parson. the Bible," lasting ten Sunday eve stock keeps up the fertility of the trfiitnl with furniture wax or oil. It Miwe the property of destroying soil nnd provides concentrated pnwj-ttMr. T. 0. Hill and sister, Mrs. Lit- - nings. that do not hnve to lenr such oily nnd rvlnoti stilmtHnres, nnd thus tends to eat nwny the tooling, destroy henry freight costs. the Minh ninl exMio the wood. BENEFITS IN GROWING SEEDS W. 0. RIGNEY B. DICKERSON Ona Must Ba Plant Expert to Bt Suc Head-Huntin- g rv-re- nt head-huntin! 1 d rl -rt Necessity Disapptara. I'enlltn "If" joit continue much project where a If nl fn liny Is it cnh crop will find It to their mh un- longer to piny poker with my father. I Jnck Dashing lace to rhnnge their practice nnd mal- won't marry jou let this roughngo through live stock, your father continues to piny okrr sn) the- oltlce of western Irrlentlon Willi me modi 'otirer I won't need to." - br th. fniu.l nut. trMmtnt el AcrUaltar ) I'tinner. on ;me of the reclnm Her Boist. "Ifnren't I made you whnt jou nref asked the wife proudly. "Parting," the husband, 'hare I erer reproached you for It!" studied nil tlm modern fads, nnd wns rather nm't.ed nt Ihe tntesl thiory about kllnc. Doctor said It ns most iinti)-'enlc Mho hnd finding Irrwlf me with n rnlhsr Kent tming tnnn, she mistook Ids sj. lenre for shinM.. "Do jou think kissing dnrigt-rout.lie si.tied. "Tirrlhly," he answered. "Wliyl Wbnleti-- enn It produce " "Marriage" he snMiM-d- . r and dangerous, ). Most Difficult Things In Life. Danish pner recently asked Ih render to stale what Is ihe hnrde.t The ttmilo nnd the sllpnm nre th thing In Ihe world to do. It rorelted two domlmitlng styles In sweaters, man) more replies than It had antlcl-paleench of theni iiiude In many nrlstlons some of which nre as follows: of rotor, wea, and material. A To be a tie dancer If you weigh tuxnto, knitted of wool pound., to get hark borrowed tMM.ks, hundiMime uImivc In a twrnter that I" trim one's nails while wearing boxrarn, npin-n- r rvrenls the effii'the use of a fancy ing rlotes. Some of the renders took w eiite In the IhhIjt of the gnrmrnt and Ihe question serlott.ly nnd nniwered It the emptojment of rontrnsllng rolor serlotnly One repllcl Hint to lite without telling m lie n Ihe most of nit Afraid of It "You hnd a good start at rollege; you were oil Ihe hlvhway In n wrl. Youthful Swain Lacked Courtg. My first lote affair hpHtird when roundcit etlurallnn. Why did give It tipr "I heiinl thnt ll wan folly to I wt twelte and was attending ray first evening party. A le wle." of my own age present asked me at the elose of Tact V. Talent. the party If he might nee me home. I Talent Is something but lart It consented. On the way we had to pas everything. It Is not a sixth srnv, a lumber yard, rather a losely place. but ll Is the life of nil Ihe five. It When we arrived there he stopped and It the oprn eje, Ihe quirk rnr, Ihe I said he guessed he would go any Judging tn.le, ihe lit ely touch. It Is I farther as be wns afrttd to return the sunnounter of nil difficultly the I tlone. So be left rtie. There wa some rrmorrr of nil ohtarlis. Tnct make running both ways, hut we reached mi fal.a. .tf.,1. till. ttiM Hlit null .in our own homes In lutfeiy That wa s the bend; no time; takes nil the end of my first lote afTulr.Ctil-cg- o hints, and by keeping his eje on the Journal wenther rtck l rendj to take udtati-'ng- e of every wind thai blows. Work In Hit Lot. working day Is unThe rlght-tkou- r Opal's Bad Riputsticn. known In the rural district ef the Th okiI wns gtven II- - I'u.i isioe hy Italkans. The peasant works from tlif Knbtil Ibtiofil In tl- - Ktnirteenih tunrlse until after dark, lie Is s rent ii rj. and net it iMtte tel It bent and wrather-seanethat he down. Affording to n is fntat looks twice his age. after thirty. In to totr and sows 1'iMvnl tHit rt-- gtter some mors lie belongs to nomadic lrltx-- s and lend, an existence unknown ami Another N?:,orit) sj that, ghrn as nil engHKeuiri.t token. It In the roontry dUirlct of Kngland or Is sun- to bring bud lurk Neterthe-f- . AtHerira. At lilght ie often (Msses Is one imth in lite tenr In whole uncoil hmds of them on tha which It Is Ihe emWeti ( ho nnd road gtdtig from town to town. Krery Ix'rl.iips even gtsHl furinm- - Oitoher'a man Is alevi on the lop of tits load liltitr.-tiia ntrhrNn'l wis r oal and Is not, disturbed by thoughts of wlthoiif any III ronettenrc. burglars r hlgtiwntt.en. A dlf-fleii- a) )u ly nt o-- hs n nvter rh-re W, 0. RIGNEV Offic:Phone Ih. & CO. cessful and Vast Amount of Labor Is Required. nr Funeral Directors and Embalmers Residence Phone 3ft. Lancaster, CUtyNS CHAPEL Kentucky. 'dy. Mr. and Mrs. Mary Lee Kurtz is at home .for vacation. Padgett is with her Mrs. Bessie parents here. Miss Agnes Carter was a recent guest of Miss Flora May. Quite a number of our citizens were in Lancaster Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Hubert May spent with Madison relatives. the week-enMrs. Llge Hurt and Miss AUIne Hurt were in Xlcholasvillc Saturday. Mr .and Mrs. Herman Doolin visited Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Sparks Sun- Mis d Hiram Land with and Mrs. Otis Malear. Mr. and Mrs. Kd. Nnylor, of FIRST CULTIVATION OF CORN Marksbury, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Land Wednesday night. At Soon at Plantt Ar Above Surface Land 8hould Be itlrred Deeper Mr. and Mrs. John Land and sons, Tlllagt Permitted. were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Thompson Davis and the Misses Davis SunMuch will depend upon early culti day. vation of rorn. Here Is where "n stitch In lime saves nine." A soon nbove thu surface The child tha' is bom with a silver ti the plnnts nre stirred, usually. I'n- land should be rpoon in Its mouth never knows what the no ruin has fullen do not fnll to less a lot of fun it could have with a sturt the rulthntors ns si win ns )ou pewter one. run tell the row by the young plant. children spent. Sunday If no heavy ruins f'imvn Prof. Paul Work of Cornell, spend ing on better seeds nnd how to obtain them, said there were many ndritn-tnge- s In growing seeil. One knows the percentnge of his own teed, nnd If he grows his own seed and does It well he ran turn a profit from the sale of the surplus; hut you have got to he a plant expert nnd It requires n viist amount of labor nnd cure to grow good soils. It wa Ids opinion that the hulk of the seeds would come from seedsmen; thnt men In the seed business are spending thousands of dollar to get good seeil, while others and were giving the mutter of quality UtMr. ile attention, preferring to sell the cheaper seed regnrflless of quality. ILK SUE OF 89 ACRES In order to wind up a partnership of 89 acre1? we will on pluntlng It might hate come since he well to wait n Hail Destroys talc, within , lions ol dollar, with only a smalt part coveted by Insurance. Yet, tha amount of insurance received by grower, w'"' had ,h0 foresight thu, to protect then lelve, against suclttlosi, wa, enormous and hould make etery grower not only feel tha necessity of insuring his tobacco crop agjinst had storms loss but to do that very thing and do it at once. Dr. Halley Says: Uuiley Tobacco G owcm' Co" operative Association, upon congratulating an insurance company on lowering its rate, on tobacco had insurance, said. Within the period that I hava had hail insurance I have had four sever lostes. Tha money I received exceeded considerably what I paid in, to My nothing of my peace of rnind that 1 have always advo1 was fully protected in case of a storm. cated carrying hail insurance on tobacco without which every grower take, a chance to lose all. With it he can, in safety, go into tha buslncs, of producing a crop which requires, as does tobacco, ,o much labor, time and money. Now that tha Ourley Crowers have gone into an organisation to handle their business in a modern economic business-likway, 1 sea no reason why all growers can not take outjnsuranco on the reduced rates the companies ar now quoting." Look up the insurance agent in your section now, and let him you against tha loss of your tobacco. Policie, effective yrotectOth, noon. I Ip j;,'o"i!i: May Get Yours Any Day Millions of Dolors S:t!s of Toboccc I while for urnlu. The first cultivation of rorn will permit deeper tillage than later when Hut euro the brure root develop. must be tnken not to "throw much dirt" a the plants nre enslly covered nnd Injured by the freshly plowed soil. ho What AT 10:30 A. M. Sd offer for sale to the highest and best bidder, 89 acres of land located miles from Lancaster and known as House pike four and Is necessary to the Prank Brown place. firm seedbed hasten germlnntlon of gins seed. The Held should !ie dragged or rolled ufler TRACT NO. 1 Consists of 9 acres of land with the improvements. disking nnd harrowing In order thnt the subsurface he firm and compact. TRACT NO. 2 Consists of 30 acres. The surface should he left In a mel low rondlllon but not snigaL us It TRACT NO. 3 Consists of ,50 acres. nmy hake nnd heroine crusted" before germinates. the seed This land will be offered in three tracts and fhon ne This PREPARE J0IL FOR ALFALFA farm is in a high state of cultivation, vell watered and fenced' Land Mutt Bt Well Oralntd and Terms announced on day of sale. Swttt Ljmettone Will Htlp To hasten Germination of Grass Field Should Be Rolled Atttr Harrowing, on-Poo- FIRM SEEDBED IS NECESSARY Saturday, June 3rd, one-ha- lf uri-ml- r In Getting Stand. e A I fulfil like neniiin, la nnrrlrnlnr about ll living quarters and In order In thrive must hnve a itrv homn itr land, The land must lie sweet and (Imenlone wilt help In re-iiirini mo uriu. inoruiuiion 01 nie Mil: Kike Ihu roots ihe right start to prepare nitrogen,' und fertility makM ' j UQpt. Am , . T DOUIHO, Arnold Bros. AUCl. A tic ubiul stroug and.vlgvrour. The Central Record, Lancaster. Ky. Thursday. May 25 1922 Buy Here Buy Here AND LEARN HOW TO SAVE BY GETTING THE RIGHT. KIND OF MERCHANDISE . AT THE VERY LOWEST PRICES. THE CHEAPEST IS NOT ALWAYS THE BEST WHEN QUALITY IS NOT GUARANTEED, AND QUALITY IS OUR MOTTO. Prepare your eel for the hot summer months with n pair of the wonderful bargains In STRAP PUMPS and OXFORDS we nrc still ofTcrinK AN UNUSUAL OFFER at on Suits and Coats DRESSES Sec these beautiful mntcrlnls nnd styles in high grade merchandise being offered at a great sacrifice, $9.98 to $39.75. Get ready for summer by allowing us to plnn you n beautiful summer frock from those extremely pretty and good values in SILKS, ORGANDIES, VOILS, nnd TISSUES. We are showing many pretty styles in SUMMER MILLINERY at very OfttS $3.85 1 and $4.85 3601 rea-sonab- le ' .krns.s.ni:iTniiJ "iim Di.sm;ns ni xl'r .tlor fur We have ridded many new styles to the lot. prices. HATS. Sec our $3.00 nnd $5.00 pmron rrr.iiNi frtr pnrrttif uurnutiCK DESIGN i I r ar Home of Quality. We are still offering good values in floor coverings. The One Price Store. "THE I"OUR NORSEMEN" Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, May 24, 25, 26 MATINEE 2:30 EVENING 7:30 Above all photoplays yet produced THE FOUK HOUSEMEN of the Apocalypse is the Theatre Colonial greatest I hns secured the exclusive showing of this wonder drama in Danville. No picture ever made has reached the stage of comparison with "THE FOUR It will be at HORSEMEN." COl.ONAL Theatre, Danville. W. It. Cook, of Dan. Miss Jennie Swopc was n visitor Mr. Snm Harrit, of I.oultville, I Mrs. Ira Holtzclaw, of Danville, in Lancaster .Mon- the guest of hi parent, Judge and has been visiting Lancaster relative. at the Baptist Missionary Convention in Nashville, Tcnn., recently. .Mr. E. W. Harris. Miss Nell Noland has returned Mr. llankt Iludion and Mr. Banks, Dr. W. M. Elliott and Mr. Ed Mr. J. It. Haielden ha returned from Lexington, where she attended Hughes wcro visitors in Lexington Jr., of Danville, spent Saturday in from Cattle Heights, Lebanon, Tcnn., State this year. J Ijineaitcr. this week. for the summer vacation. Mrs. Fred Sutton, Mrs. Sam tf Calnj smI A Brkl MmUmi Mis Delia Rice Hughes has been Mln Mary Lee Given, of Hubble, and Mrs. Georgia Moore Arnold Gtaf kyTlMM Wt An hhtutii In. Mn. Joe Robinson, Mn. William visiting her aunt, Miss Sue Sutton at pent Sunday with Miss Frankle Collier and Mil Joan Mount were have been recent visitor of relative In Nicholasvillc. Kauffroan. Markabury. viiitor in Danville Friday. Mi. Elizabeth Joseph ha return I Mr. John Scott nd Mr. W. H. Mrs. W. B. Mason and Miss Sue Mrs. II. K. Conn and Mr. Jim MIf Mae Powell It expected home rd from Cincinnati. Ilurton have been recent visitors in Hatcher have been guests of Mr. Shelby Mason were In Lexington from Ashland, Ky., Friday where the Floyd McCarty and Miss Lula Bene- Wednesday. , Lexington. Mr. June Given, of Stanford. w hat been teaching the past year. dict in Danville. In Lancaster Saturday. Mr. Henley Bastln and family, of Mr. W. It. Cook, of Danville, at- Mr. Joe Gulnchlglani, Mr. Sim Antended the commencement exerelie Mr. J. 0. Kinnalrd, Mrs. Sam Frankfort, were in Lancaster a few I). Gulley hat been spending Mr. derson, Mr. and Mr. Dick Anderson Haielden, Mr. E. B. Bourland and days last week. in Lancattrr. a few day in Danville. attended the Scott Grand Opera in Miss Kate Kinnalrd were visitors In 1 Judge L. L. Walker attended cirMln Allie Arnold, who ha been Lexington. Danville Saturday. Mitt Lavisu Harris, of Hubble, cuit court at Mt. Vernon and Stan, instructor in the School for the Deaf wat a violtor in Lancaster Saturday. at Colorado Spring, will not ipend Mrs. Mary Chenault ha returned fort! this week. Miss Katherinc Bradley and MI Mil Marjory Ualloc, of Stanford, her vacation th's tummer but will Gladys Southard, of Stanford, are from a visit to relatives in Richmond Miss Margaret Hughes is spending with Miss Mary tutor a littV girl at Lot Vase. guest of Mrs. Charlie Thompson, on and Is with her daughter, Mrs. J. V. Pnt the week-enthe week with her father, Mr. R. E. Maple avenue. Klmore and Mr. Elmore. Arnold. Hughes, In Louisville. Misses Marjory Ballou, Katherinc Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Lambert, of of StanBruce and Hen Prewltt, Louisville were recent guests of Mr. ford, were visitors In Lancaster Fri and Mrs. Solon Henry. day for the base ball game. Mrs. Sallie Ross Lawjon and son, Mrs. Charles Davis nnd daughter, Mr. George Lnwson were visitors in Chattanooga, Tcnn., guests Mr and Mr. Gossip About People villi were vliitor day, Has-cld- en Mrs. Joe Francis and Miss Mary Arnold were in Stnnford Wednesday evening where they attended the com mencement exercises of the High School. Miss Marjory Ballou, who frequently visits Mrs. Francis was one of the graduates. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Goldcnbcrg and little son, Victor, of 'Mississippi, are guests 6f Mrs. Goldenberg's parents, Mr. and Mr. D. Gullcy. The many friends of Mrs. Goldenbcrg arc glad to know she is doing nicely after an appendix operation at the Danville and Boyle County Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Swinebroad leave Wednesday for Louisville, where they will meet their son, Mr. Marrs Swinebroad, who hns been attending college at Cnstle Heights, Lebanon, Tenn., and after a short visit in Louisville, will return to Lancaster. d COLONIAL THEATRE t DANVILLE, KENTUCKY of arc of her brother, Mr. Adolph Joseph and Mn. Joseph, on Maple avenue. Great Moments in a Great Picture Mrs. Russell Brown and little daughter, Kcka, who have been visi ting her mother, Mr. S. D. Cochran, have returned to Drynntavillc. Mr. George and Miss Lillian Estes accompanied by their aunt, Miss Mat- tie Estcs, of St. Louis, were weekend visitors of relatives at Waco. "Friday, May 21, 25 and 2G. Wednesday, Thursday and Rudolph Valentino .dances himself into the hearts of womanhood of the civilized world in The Four Honemen. After All? What good Did the War Do You'll llnd the answer in the Hex Ingram production for Metro of Ibnnez'n "The Four Horsemen" of the Apocalypse, at the Colonial Theatre, beginning Wednesday nnd showing three days. He'd Won Her from Her Husband, Then War Came The smart littlu Parisienne was left to choose between her tango millionaire from the Argentine and her love for France. See "The Four Horsemen" of the Apocalypse, at the Colonial Thoatre, beginning Wednesdny and continuing three days. pas-sioiia- te 'TL ,jIbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbV SaaBBBBBaW aaBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBulaaY Tins last day together Steeped in the Vice of the Latin Quartiur, Julio watched others go to defend France. Ho was not a native of Paris. What could the war mean to him? Was this frivolous country worth his life? See "The Four Horsemen" of tho Apocalypse, at the Colonial Theatre, beginning Wednesday nnd continuing threcjlays. A Swift Knife thrust From an Irresponsible Young Gatt-ch- o and nothing more would have been mentioned, for Julio was the spoiled prince of the Argentine plains. He took his millions nnd his Irresponsibility to France. War broke. "The Four Horsemon" of the Apocalypse at tho Colonial Theatre, in Danville, beginning Wednesday, and continuing 'A days. Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, May 21, 25, 26th. la the rettaariat where they had dancettaogcther so oftea, and knew that this aftcroooa togetker was their last. There had been gossip of the tort no woman caa resist. Snail wonder tbcjr were distrait. They would have been more so, could they bare foreseen the end of the affair welch ia n prominent a part of They cat at the table Metro's Rex Ingram Production THE FOUR Of the Apocalypse Adopted by HORSEMEN Juni Jtfaafti from Bkuco tbeha,'$ ivmf Mrs. J. E. Stormcs and Mrs. E. B. Bourland left Tuesday for Hopkin- ville, where they will attend the con Mr. Bryan Gastlnoau, of Frank vention of Federated Women's Clubs. fort, was at home for a short visit Mrs. with his mother, Mrs. Lizzie Logan, Mr. and Mr. I'at Sutton, at Hyattsvllle. t, M. E. Kay, Mr. and Mrs. Bryan were visitors in Lexington Sun Mrs. E. W. .Morrow, Mrs. F. B. day, and attended the Hulgin re- Marksbury and Mr. Jim Arnold were vival. visitors of Mr. Margaret Arnold, in Perryville Tuesday. Mr. Delia Ktcc Hughes Acey and Mrs. Joe Francis were visitors in Lex Mrs. John M. Karr and Mrs. ington Tuesday. Sirs. Acey went to Wood Hurrulde spent the last week. I .. i111 . i i. - U I! 3 U i . n. it ll'KUdl IU JUT end with Miss Johneta Farrn at Na l 1. 1. 1 IT IIQIIUW zareth College, near Bardstown. Mrs. Walter Smith and little Dr. and Mrs. Jess Hendren and at Gladys Mae, of llenham, Ky., are tractive little baby, are guests of expected Friday for a visit to her Mrs. Hendren'a parents, Mr. nnd grandparents, Mr. and Mr. C. D. Mrs. Taylor Kaney on Stanford street. Powell. Mrs. Ilettie Landram is with her Mr. James I. Hamilton is attendsister, Mr. Margaret Arnold, In ing a land sale at Ocala, Fla. A Perryville. Mrs. Arnold's friends 1,400 plantation was sold there yesare sorry to hear of her serious illterday by Messrs. Hughes and Mc- - ness nnd hope for a speedy recovery. ICarty of Stanford. Handsome leather Invitations have J Misses Carolyn Kice, Sara Mury Katie Barnes Dickerson and been received here from Ml Ellen Owsley and the graduating Z. T. Rice, of Richmond, attended (VI ire, Lex .commencement exercises In Lancas- claM of Transvlvaiia ' ington. Miss OwsJjy of j Friday night. ter the clns of '2 J. Col. Joe Haselden, of Crab Orchard Mr. Ed C. Gaines and Claud Rice Spring, Mr. W. II. Hopper and Mr. John .Nichols, of Danville, 'attended Gaines have gone for a trip In New the commencement exercises in I .au- York and Washington City. During will be their absence Mr. Gaines ditor Thursday evening. with her parent, Mr. and Mr. James Miu Merlyn Walker, of Danville, Royston in "HIH Court." formerly of Lancaster, graduated this Mr. Will Wnlker, who has been year at the Louisville Coiucrvatory of Muuc, with honors In both voice spending n month with his sister, Mrs. W. It. Burton, left the past and piano In a class of SO. week for Lawton, Oklahoma, where MImIvu llord, who has had charge he has accepted n position with our of the trimming department In the former townsman, Mr, Alex Walker. Joseph Millinery parlor, left Sunday Tho Kentucky Valley Medical Asfor Lexington, where she will spend sociation concluded n two day annual the summer with her brother. session at Berca Friday. Sixty-nin- e We use this means of introducing phys!c(an Pawere in attendance. to the ladies of our community Mix pers were read by Drs. V. N. McGrath, of Uoston, who will be with II. G. Sandlin, Richmond; P, us next week, In the Interest of a T. Barber, Louisville; J. (i, Thompline of new and elegant toilet pre- son, Speedwell; L. L. Solomon, LouisMcRoberts Drug- - Store. ville, and J. B. Kinnalrd, Lancaster. parations, Wll-mo1 1 Che-nault, .ue-nbLips-comb, Miss Jennie Duncnn entertained Friday with on elegant noon dinner at her home on Maple avenue in honor of the birthday of her brother, Mr. William Duncan, of Louisville. The table was decorated in spring flowers and a delicious four course Lexington Wednesday. ,mcnu was served. About twelve rel Mrs. Harriettc White, of Nashville, atives enjoyed Miss Duncan's charm-in- c Tenn., Is expected for a visit to her ho.onltalitv. Mrs. W. Kimninn ncice, Miss Emma Doty. Elkin. of Atlanta, Miss Jennie War .miss fcmma uoiy, wno nas been ren, of Stanford, and Mrs. Lee and the guest of her sister, Mrs. George son, were out of town guests. Bogard in Louisville will return home (Additional personals on Editorial Friday. page.) Mrs. W. A. Farnau and son, Ken Just received car load lxC 1C nedy, are guests of her Ister, Mrs Banks Hudson and Mr. Hudson, In ft. White Oak Fencing. Bastin Lumber Co. Danville. Arch Shoe Preserver For the Perfect Foo- tYou who have perfect quite likely do not appreciate the fact. You have always had them you see no reason why your feet should fail you. Yet seven people out of every ten have weak or fallen arches. fect Value your perfect foot and keep it perfect for all times wear the ARCH PRESERVER SHOE with the concealed bridge which comfortably and properly supports and keeps the arch in normal shape. If your fect are perfect the ARCH PRESERVER SHOE will keep them perfect, if they are not, thla shoe will help them. JAS. W. SMITH The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday, May 25, 1922 SUPERIORITY OF PUREBRED LIVE STOCK SHOWN BY RECENT TNOUTRV k- i 1 For Ten Dollars and Ninety Cents "lhisji0x3'i Usco Karririrri S!HE 30x3Vi tire skuation today is just this wis so w m$tm i m mutt None So Blind Uy CLARA DELAFIELD I'tyrtlaht. Mrs. lilt Wetlsta Nw.p.r Vawa In Breeding for Dairy Cow, It It Important to Hay, a Purebred S.ft rl Represents Half th, Value of the Herd From a Dreading Standpoint. (Ujr D. S. llurch. Ilurrau of Animal In them tho proper core nnd opportunity dustry, UnlUd Rlat,, Prpartrntnt to prove tlielr worth. of Agriculture.) Tho burruu Im abundant evldrin-1'urebred live stock has nlHut 10 r cent greater earning jwiwit (spurt rirn!MirntlnK this belief. One farmer Unit tin' Impelling force whui from Its breeding or sale value) tlmn prompted Mm to ninulro purebreds scrub stock. The superiority of purebred on a wns the heed for more Income. He utility hasls Is due Kiinclnnllr to: reasoned that ownership of purebred Hetter conformation nnd qunlity. In- - ' wnt not the proverbial wealthy innncreated production, more economical MmTMon, nut tne poor man a nervosity "e obtiilned the heat foundation Moot production, nnd earlier mnturlly. within his mean and cave It bn! When Durehred sires are uml to hoprove farm live stork tio i"tir!nc ' mTl " hicrval I.I returns 100 per r - long ago. It is still fresh in his mind that USCO led the national market Tiie man who buy. nn USCO at $K.10 i justi- fled ia believing that his money h fjoinp farther in tire value than it crcr has gone or couM go before. Naturally he appreciates the quah ityofUSCO. That was established mm her now niulJ was n Inilf. Iiut slie lliut wan not liT fault, . Amy TrciU' wii tmt ijiillf oii liors-lfMtV fnlltcr Imd lrn a rosHTHUS hi Inlrstntc law) it. but. wlii-Hti.l lianbrupt, lte had la work for n ilit Aniilir llmwn coulil not lll ilnc. alii s And, Mns n lU'lllifrnliljr cIikm' dotnrstlc liomc-lovln- ldjr, arr- - into the $10.90 price range. The makers of U.S. Tires aluviys intended the 30 x 3 Vz USCO to be the high est value in its held. At $10.90 it creates a new classification of money s tcorth. Unrted States 71 are Good Tlfil CoPTTtiht aHA-- i rr rent. rtj ii I The Inquiry tdiows that fur the timul part purebred nnlmuU of good type are ouiniiinoir. nui specwi or n desire for the lei requirement miiHin breed generally Involve some dllllcultlcs and higher prices. Aliout PS pAj cent of the pun-bred live-stoc- k U.S.Tu.Ca. Whlta Rock Cockerel, a Hm . . . I more salable than that of aires and brings lienrly 50 pe cent Creator returns. The foregoing are n few results of recent Inquiry rondui-fel. the bureau of animal Industry, ( nlte! States Department of Agrlt-iilturTin figures are based on about ",UUii head of breeding stock owned by .125 experion iters. Ilosldes, the enced same persons own 30,(0 fowl on which the poultry results are baaed Alt of these stockmen have fur se?ml years an average of nine used pire-bresires to heud their herds md live-stoc- k d iKirtmrnt were MitLtted both with the purebred and the pros uy except when U.ey expressed the dosire for still better Mock. As one breed er explained, t n desire for lmproe ment I liecesjary for pn'gres. A few hnd unfon.ji.ito experience with purebn-of lutclor quality and point d out the tiretl 'or making selections with creut car. Practically all re Mrts u greed on toe principle that au perlor quality lining purebred them selves Is Invnrlahlr worth n higher cost. Numerous slde.lghts on the rnUI'ig of Improved live utock under pructl cnl fann conditio? s nnd through different periods. Including last J ear's period of depression, hnvo been obtained from the report. 1'nlloivlng Is n brief sum - ownirs reporting to the Ie United States Tires united States Rubber Company 14 H $109? charge USCO 3o3h t(essVeaM M 0tU OfyWarTax you can Where huy U.S.Tircs: HASELDEN BROTERS, LANCASTER, KY. BECKER & BALLARD, BRYANTSVILLE, KY. PAINT LICK GARAGE, PAINT LICK, KY. ' flocks. "jfjjJ FLOUR MILLS AND EQUIPMENT Figures Are Constrvatlve. The figures mentioned were obtain jd during the last part of 1021 In u pe.l-kof marked depression In the livestock Industry. Partly for that re; son they are considered conservath. even though pointing to an unuiuall high value of purebreds over com mou stock. The purpose of obtaining this new Information was to supply un Incress. Ing .demand for facts .t greater scope vtmTvutlous, than single short-tlmWith the development of the Kederul .State campaign for "Hotter Sire Better Stock the Department has re ceived an unusually lnrye number of requests asking what nurcbreds can I do for the man who does nut n spire to become a specialized breeder. ; "What can I exiect from purebred I Character, Soundncs and Qooa v.on. formation. BTBTBTBTBTBTBTBTBBBBBBBfcaBTv J 'aTBTBTBTBTBTe 3K..aV BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBaBBBBBBaT .aT of the study t be dealt with more fully In u circular which the Department I prepurlng for publication. Summary. 1. Ihued on utility ulone (entirely Bi,,rt f"om breeding or sales value) Poured live stock lias an earning r IM greuier irom n mini io than scrub stock. The acrugo cu perlorlty of purebreds over scrub for nil clasoe of farm unlmals Is about tO per cent. Of the principal points In whlcli pun-breexcel other stock, the most promlont nre: Superiority and unl fortuity In conformation and type greater snle alue, greater und more economical production, and earlier mn rne-naid 7 turlty. A Purebred 6owl aires, or from both purebred sires uud data, as a utility proposition?" That la essentially what scores of thoughtful people want to know. Superiority of Purebreds. The superiority, based on utility, of purebred over common stock Is evident from the following figures; Buptrtor tuirnlnc l'uw,r. Dairy Cattle .... poultry win Wieep I',r cant. ;. 17 3. Surplus purebreds are readily sal aide at satlsfnrtory prices In a majority of ruse; but sales and price depend larvely on the quullty of stock as shown by breeding and production record, also on the business ability cf the breeder. . With rare exceptions, purebred-sir- e users are satisfied with the quality of the offspring obtained, except that the desire Is creuted In many cases to further Improve the quality. L The progeny of purebred sires has practically u W per cent greater sale value than the progeny of non Saturday, June 3rd, AT 2:30 P. IVL purebred. W.T ni i? Ilqraaa Beet Cattle Averse for alt classes wlt htl) ,.. The relatively hlgli percentages tho earning jtower of e Ml ). HI well-bre- dairy cuttle and poultry over crabs are explained doubtless by the greater facilities ftr keeping production records of those claet of live stock, thereby contributing to their Improvement A Profitable InveetmenU The average reiorted Increase la operfinancial returns from ations, traceable to the use of purebred aires, was 41-- per cent This result Includes the returns from both s the sale of breeding stock and of sud products for market. The i" t appear to show exclusively that vell-hreanimals are good property not simply for the espertenced breeder but for every fanner willing to five live-stoc- k anj-r-nla 0, Purebred siren of good quality nre readily obtainable In the experis ence of of the breeder reporting. The principal difficulties ure: Paying the price and finding the desirable type, but there Is practically unanimous agreement that the results Justify the cost. 7. The uveroge Increase In financial return., from raising, truce-ubl- e to the use of purebred sires Is 4S er cent. 8. Kach breeder of purebred live stock Influence, on an average, about nine other persons to raise superior animals. 0. Of the chief Influences which cause fanners to become breeders of purebred live stock, the three foremiHt are; (tending agricultural periodical and bulletins, general observation, and county agents. 10. The principal method by which bpvders exiect to continue o Improve their stock urn: Use of superior sires, cn rtful selection and mating, nnd use of superior females. three-fourthlive-stoc- In Lancaster, Kentucky, on the premises, the undersigned will sell at public auction sale the Lancaster Flour Mills property and equipment, including two trucks and auto, together with all established brands of floui and good will. This is one of the best equipped mills in Central Kentucky being in a good wheat and grain belt convenient to trade. The established brands of flour belonging to this mill are White Swan, George Wash ington and Liberty Belle. This mill property has a good elevator, with capacity to store suffi cient grain and wheat to operate the plant. This mill is situated on the L. & N. Railroad, opposite the depot, m 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 day of sale or to be arranged to . suit the purchaser. . 1I AT r. she IlkiMl It, 8!n' rlHsa It lin-nmd tlirn was n imp In thy world t . .Mra. Arinlcor illsptile Iut llnmn ndmlttiil Amy wns tho .iHik In the world, thi heat clrl I known. Kh' wns thnt liW-Ind tho IVrfcct Jlnld. 8h ilrn Hut a Rlrl. .houtht hT a i.uly Will. Sirs. Armlgor llrown wasj md uulli Vinrs hnd dlsmilsed her crHBSi . rltln. Mr. Annlto-- r Hrown was a Motk liniktT. iiml tlirlr son, Howard I ud Jut If ft I'rlnccton to rntrr 14s i.'thr oillr-- . Tho mother ruloil tho riMt. Mio wns ory proud of hrr iery inmd of tholr hume nnd inonoy. hHr ntr, tholr friends of courao U tiovor oiitrrod hir mind thnt Amy 1'roHilrlt ovutd ho a lady. four of loslnc hrr wns nlwny with her. Atuy aas dovotoil to tsor. i.or huvl.aml. nml HoManl. but iHaMa ns iilnrnt n meaefs wnrry. And It alior Am)' nrrhal that Mrs. Aruriavr l.rown tlHiaht ho dotortoil hor In n inrlirf.nt lllrtntlon with tlo Icotiwn. want "Kr Amy." ho sahl. "I .i Intrrfrro vi If It you. hut I U.x mu knw that tnan wln roaaos with an oi ronilctT Yo, his l lie Ico l f- -r ..lojor b4nne t nn i Vim wtw't ljnc roliosl It. of rourw, hlHT a word I ut I thoucht Kuaht t lo tahl." The twlirr's hmd, whn unit aoemod nlerefll In Amy. was a dlfforoeii Iter)ldy la tho law pnixxstloM. Hamlin. Hut Amy was a Vnow AnatKer ieu.Mir Mra. Imtk In nt llrejwa teas: Iko tHitior'a t'ie iktsiIoh to ln.i otio ilny. -I told my inahl to onlor ndU m future." she Hld I" young HnmltH. hut slio rets mero forcitful oery I'.Kir tlilne. I dn'l hlsmu hor. ttHHicMi .lie's worried nhout hir hushand." Wlwt did )ou eny. JIr, Hrownr . kill younic Hamlin, hrlstllnc -- J said." snapped Mrs. Armlser llrown, nho did not like to he addressed aa plain "Mrs. llrown. "that the tMr child's worry Ine about her Vou soo. ho'a In tho penihusband. tentiary, and sho has the two children on hrr mind. to support, nnd It Don't )ou ray a word to hrr aUmt It; nobody'a sutpoed to know. Tho baker- man nnd tho Irewan left their frolfiht without dalliance, und Mrs. Arralngvr llrown'a splrltsl Hut tho third danger toomisl Up roa In tho shapo of a m)aterou character who used to engage Amy's eientngs off. And Mrs, Anntgrr llrown learn nothing ntout him. "Amy, who Is that man you me-- t In tho etenlngsV' she nskod hrr. Amy colored. "Oh. Just a friend. Mrs. Armlgor llrown." aho answered. There was nothing more to bo said. Hut Mr. Armlgor llrown watched Amy. This wna really n case of love,, Amy looked so iery sho decided. rprucv and lovely when she art o3t In for her unknown destinathe tion, Mr. Armlcer Hnwn note,! the rolor lu tho girl a fnro nnd ilcldatl that this latest amojr must bo stopped to follow at any cost M . dn-llon- hl suiH-rlo- r . n d't navx-latlM- )u ult irlner. ..c ls. ti hor so. Sl-- rolod Sho did tmlhil nor one wiirm, dark night In ttto aunimet to Amy descended tteo HHershlo fit rk slcpe towurd tho rl.or. sat down on out. and waltitL Me. Annlgor Hrmj. not rry far nway, ironiitly honn) a inan'n fiMit.tips MproMchlng. A dam llguro appeunl ind Amy sprani m her fiit with n link cry, nnd In another moment alio wns foldod In Ijl nnns. Mrs. Armlgor lirowtt'a hlMH rjn cold. This mcHitt tho loa of Aity. Slir would noirr got n muld like again. Terror gue hor n supornt;-ura- l cunning, nnd she edged forward softly among tho trtvn, until aho ctmld hear what tho lovers, side by slda vn the bench now, were sating. "I think aho suspecta somethliiC, ilurllng," Amy said In n low voKo. "And nftc-- r those tales sho told the baker's inun und llu' Iceiimn, ahe'll stop nt nothing." The innn luughea. "Vou did thrw hor on th scent nicely nhout thow men," ho luuihoil. "I'wir mother! hr HhM's n atrnngleil rry Armlgor llrown (lining forward. In look Into her sou's faro. "Howard I" she cried In amaxed fury. "Amy! Vou'll lono tho apartment tonight this ery night. Of ull Ihu " wicked thing "We can't he nmrrlod till tomorru.v. Mother," snld Howard, olltPiy. ".' you'll really have to lot Amy sU) oternlght. It would bo such u acumhil If )ou turned her out at this hour id night. Hit down." ho added, drawn; the woman down 01 the bench, "and Irt me tell you win Amy la." Mr. oo blind'" "Mother!" With panic-stricke- n W. H. BROWN TRUSTEE IN BANKRUPTCY for George O. Spoonamore and C. L. Zanone. dispatch from Ortat Falls. Mont, i ays that lufortattoa "through the fqi i at at Black Teton rountv. 10 islvrd at the Jefferson national foro.i headquartem states that a r, ct volcunlc eruption, (Veurrvd at Monni lack Iar canyon recently, mud nml stestu shooting up 300 feet high f.'i two duis and then eululdln? in , l steady outptsyr es? alala stcusi. A New Geyser "iiBertsel. Ltl The Central Record. Lancaster, Ky.. Thursday May 25. 922 I FARM ANIMALS Usually. r INFORMATION ON MARKETING MM Department of Agriculture Publishes Bulletin Show'no Mo....Uy TrcnJ cf Price. toweil by nuinero fioeka of II. In (imefmen to Know and Why They're So. rbaraeter. The afterohoek An elepbnnt ju yenr, but eotillnne for yean. More tbnn 3.fXW then biicengc men ilmi'i bamllc hU afterhocka nere reclMrrul by mHiriili dnrlne the two yenr fellow. . trunk. Colorado 'nter. Inc tbe srent .!lno-0nr- t rlbiiiHl'e, In .tnpnn. oeeurreil (rt. US. Dsnoer of Being Too Tall. AectiNInK lo Dr. I. t Itnbbek. llio Melbourne's Mot. t IhinUh nrpeclallrt In intwreii. ...... ...I Mlth. It Is well to trnrel the utrslnlit and A ftronK eartl Tiake In potneiline, narrow path, but nhen n jruy goes thonrli not ul wain, prctvitril by n fer crooked ho neeiln a lot of room. llsht fhookn. and It l. Irmrlalil.r fn. Do You Kno TUst Thlrc !. cri-H- from thoiayrofJis Rerrodue.liona r tv.- - t,. ..,.t , wvv ai ..- - I., S41UWI llic ICil .i the condition of a Firestone 33x43 Cord Tire after 30,094 miles on a Yellow Cab In Chicago. - restone CORD TIRES stances, they 10.000 miles. MOST MILES ncr DOLLAR. FIRESTONE 36 1 3 The section at the right was cut from a new Cord of the same size. Careful measurements show that only 13 of the tread of the tire on the Yellow Cab has been worn away after this long, gruelling test. The carcass is intact after more than 11,000,000 revolutions. Firestone Cords have averaged over 10,000 miles on Chicago Yellow Cabs (U00 cabs all Fire stone equipped). In FAIRIC thousands of in- $1011 vJ 30 x3 Nr rrtea iven from 15.000 to Look at the tread-scientif- have ie 58.95 Ttm Tss ically angled against skid, massive and heavy in the center where the wear comes, tapered at the edges to make steering easy and to protect the carcass against destructive hinging action of high tread edges. The carcass is air bag expanded to Insure uniform tension and paralleling of every individual cord. It Is double "gum dipped" to make sure that each cord is thoroughly insulated with rubber. This is the reason why Firestone Cords unfailingly deliver extraordinary mileage. It explains the unanimous demand of thouchtful tire buyers for these 'OLDFIELD"999" values. The local Mx 31. FABRIC Firestone dealer will continue to provide the personal service rwiTu that makes Firestone 3 size 57.99 tire comfort and economy complete. JrUr. Uu a when It covered V17 mile In 24 hours. i ... who wished In titnMI by swell llifoniin tlun wiin tbut itIIrKTi luure wlilrli The quicker! nsnci of n CllpK-r- l Had 'Em, Going and Coming. showed tin tmmtlil trvnd if prlres fur ship acroM ibe AIIhiiIIc wns that of The ostrich Is certainly u bird at crojw iiiul Jtve .itwk were hot readily the DrenilliiiHUht, from .New York, to tnkes tbu aviuianu. ror inm ronii -- .Market Cape Clear, Ireland, In -' dnys, In making Ifoxcures; It plume. Me eiiu irrilll the Arabians. .StntMtcs." a jxtpuji- - Lull, tin jkiIm They rnll It the eniiiel bird, mid In IMied y Uu- - rnlti State tiepart- one of their saylnirs It took udvnn. n. ml of Agrtrultun. should prove Bird Friend of the Rhinoceros of the itsitie In this manner: The rliltioren-bird Is a little bird, tace Ilnll.T vttluahle. ll wu renred t Hie I mi nnu of markeis und crop eabout the sire of n thrush, with which They raid In the camel bird, 'Curry It raid: "I cnnmii, for I inn n bird.' the rhlmxeros makes frleuds. Tbe In 11. e ess nf lute, for oxnmnle. nc bird iierihcs on the aiilmul's heud or They abl: Then fly!' It unswered: I ttal averM" prices nre given for each broad hock, and hops about dcvourlnc toncuiiiiot, for I iiiii a camel." BosTrBiiserlpt. "I tin wM 'icfii )fnn, inontli by the Insects and vermin which torture RMMa. for mttrnl of tli? inoro Im the huge beast. There, birds nre also lirtM I market mitrm, lililc uliow believed lo warn H.e rhinoceros of ap- A Tip to the Wise. 'Uf BVni? tiiontlJy trlrte for tin proachlng danger, becnuse they fre-- ! It was the belnnliie nf tin- - rwiiml . running r ii r rfimliliiiil. Tin twin who qtietitly Imve been ohm-ncnnl we wi re lo Imve u new Hi i3 4ilj to Clilmso cnti llml out nbont the niilmul's flapping ihclr Inrtnirter In the ICnglUh ilepiirlinent. ulng uml uttering thrill, warning I frwi n tmit- i- In Ihli liulli-tlt- i Unit tli into the rlHroom mid. reelng the price aKntf itiilior Joven-yen- U 0 jwr cent notes, tln-t- r beaxt nomlng to under- a rupMeil fotbiw student In one' of- r IIM'..l:,ng. iImii llio nveruce, stand I tbe situs. Mid: "Well. I guess we'll riH nveniie St'iitenilier tirlc In S have lo cite the old girl n ginxl welnlitivt. Iht IMr livifiV0nr nvvr come tils miming. Hut be rntlier dumb cp. Wlifii rtiiiijiarliii; September, Uie m she ih'I eM-e- t ih much." In a PANELED CLOTH SKIRT litCliMt immtb, Willi IleeemlHT. Ibe cullinoinclit the neinull liment Ke'tilli. It .wn Hint lb! ing the roll, jrvtng In be Ibe lustruo price for tbe elvten yefir U lor herrelf. rblen-.Trlhune. IP ler cent ubnte tbe Iteeemlier nrlre With curb Infonnatloti nvallable one Sir Crnett's Stcry. ran often mljiM hit fnrm oimtuiIoik Sir Cniert Skuek.eloii ns nlwnys .o ai to eel hie htocU ready for irmr. Ilt-rfond of it giMMl storj. Is one ket ilurliic the tniiilli of nvemee blah I list be used to (HI hlimelf. A Irlcei. He innv nlmi nee wlifre tt CHrltuig In.ly m i i, tntr.ltn-.i- l lo wouhl le irontnbte to hob) his cni! bltn aisl t at lulKt about mnrketlni; In months nf htcber for -- I bis vo)ge. ilwns ihllik." she tbnn nverntre prlren. saM, "llml one imum luive sucli uon-krTlio bulletin mirh liifnmmtlnn .Irvamx nhi:.- - I. mHnc I but kind for all of live toclc, Inclmllin: ef life." "rtenutlful 'Orea.u!). IihIcwI." -boirt. entile, kliren niHl their niftnu- said sir r4lvt. oh ,U tell me, fnctureil pn!urtA. There are Mntltlei ikiw. what ti un! to .'I .'rum about In il, .nturette?" Trviitle irtiilillng." y 1 br th L'niw.l Mm Iwrirtm.at me iullnrly pre- t AottvNur I I'arslghted farmer Kit tnorv mudc) dl.le.1 to tuberr,,b.M. for tln'lr lUe stock wit'l rr.i t.v f..i In wlni; tin- - law of Hvcra Fast Silling Ships. pr! In The fame! Hie marketing of their Jm.Ii i!i:iu nwd of any sail, WjlO ll tllOM ninde by the, h'lDllV the MMWHWll Inc ship on bii mi e of the on n pries riuct iiiitloiii. In Hi- ne or Tram-lncto New York,, Hie chief dllllcultlos confronting those from S'sn (Prjtr4 k .j S.-u- pan-iiK- .s,,klMS ))f lut. Uo ,..ry Is told of Melbourne In tb.. old daya tnectln;: nu lallter lio hml nltiicked him In M newnpHper. Tho iilltor wna bundled up uml reinntked Hint ho had n ,Cvcre cold. "A til" suld tird (0unie, "tbnt come from Iritis on damp slieet." Br j - "!w semi-ster- ru-li- i.l Iir bin rlae sr fl nii'werel Hie expl-N- -r. LoiMbm Tit-I!'- t. ma 99 Stradlvarius Violins. idled w: hum in 1011 and lie worked until be was our ninety jitirs of age mid turned out a large number of violin and violoncello. AllogetliiT, Hccurditig lo In 1737. IT StntdUHrtus EXECUTOR'S lip(u ' ri r n i .i i I. of woil or silk or cotton nr J those for general wear are railed "walklm? skirts" lo dlstlliguMi them from in.it klrts. lien Is u pretty new model made or creH. It Is cut on straight line and baa n tetinniiM lixli nf il mnierl.ll. Around Hie bottom there nre sot-Ipnnels trimmed with rows of narrow silk brnld In u contrasting color. i etlliwlis, about .:ie iIm.iim(hI violins and about tbree hut.'!rl -- iImt lustru-niriil- s nr- - atliil.ul.-- l I. him. There other InrlruHtenlH tnrlu-rdllTereut kinds of ilols. wiiM- - tk. vMs und nUu some luie. gnu..!- - ..nd inuiHlaros. er exquislti-innmu t. Tbe Inbel In a gerulne luiiluiiri um-ii- l Is upM il to !. ..i - .'f paper. Only an - ,i . enn i genuine but rutin tit. -n - be eei! :.- . . SALE HOUSE and LOT in LANCASTER to the HIGHEST BIDDER R. C. AND K- ' - Flock of Sheep Ready for Market. A WHICH DAILY PAPER? Question Thnt Is Quickly anil Readily Answered. of a almllar unture pertnlnlne to practically all crops which the averace ftr-nihas to noil, A study nf the bub Irtln would call attention to markets recelvliiR larse uuuntltlea of such produce. The CourierJournal Largest Morning Circulation of Any Kentucky Newspaper Enjoys a nation-wid- e prestige and reputation. It is essentially a newspaper, intent upon giving news matter first consideration. Maintains its own news bureaus at Washington and Frankfort. Member of the Associated Press. With important legislation coming before Congress and Kentucky General Assembly in 1922, The Courier-JournIs the daily newspaper you will need. al J. M. ARNOLD, AS EXECUTORS OF J. H. ARNOLD WILL SELL AT Public Auction Saturday, June 3rd AT 3:30 O'CLOCK P. M. markets one could reach a conclusion ns to wulch ccnenUly pays the iuot attractive prices. A tiook of this uaturo from a lunik publUber would cut - or 1, but It may be obtained ut u cot of only .'10 cent to cover tbe cost of prlntlne from the .Suierlntendent of $Docu-luent- Ity coiuparliiK prices nt seveml WushliiKton, p. O. Ttie hns no cuiilcs fur free depart-inet- it RATIONS FOR DRAFT HORSES Brood Mares Require Much QreaUl Amount of Feed Than Geldings or Dry Mares. Dwelling anil other Improvements on ONE A( RK LOT. LOCATION On Danville street, just at the edge of City Limits. ll story dwelling, G rbonw, double hall, 2 porches, THE IMPROVEMENTS barn, coal house, poultry house, cistern, City water with hydrant in yard, good garden and a one acre lot. Concrote pavomonts to this property. Just at City llmita outside City taxes. mure. elKbt The University of Mlsmurl has bceu dolni; some experimental work with draft lioroes, brood mare mid colts. Homu of tbe results follow: 1. llrtNKl mares may be ued for farm work, but the jearly feed reiulred by them Is 'M per cent Creuler than the coat of feed re til red by i;oMlnt or dry mare dolnc th same work. llrood mares working and nur Ine fmils require IT er ivnt und XI ier cent more hay dull) durliiK the suckllni: period limn dr; inort-uritl- By special arrangements we are now nWe to offer y THE DAILY COURIER.JOURNAL AND THE 5. Hfteen pounds of com kllace REMEMBER this Is an EXECUTOR'S SALE and the property MUST be sold. Terms of sale will be easy payments. Possession September 1st., 1922, or , at any time before, that purchaser desires. Now Is the time to buy, don't wait and pay more later. Remember the time 3:30 o'clock, SATURDAY, JUNE 3rd. Sale will be conducted by Miunds of oat straw, with el n lit pounds of crulu Is n Mtlsfuctory ru Hon for horses doing light work dur- ing the winter month. Sheep Convert Waste. No animal approaches the sheep In coim-rtluweeds and waste Into wool and mutton. There Is u wealth ot fottd and raiment In the wanted grast and weeds of barn lots, Held, and roadsides. Lusty Pigs ef Right Sort. To K't good lusty pig of Hie right sort, you must begin with the grand' parents. I'slng poor sires Is a short sighted policy ,not produce! pool fittlcr und plain fat hogs, not market topi I I jj ii vr A CENTRAL RECORD Both One Year by Mail, For Only $6.00 This otTtr applies to renewals as well as new subscriptions, but only to people living in Kentucky, Tennessee or Indiana. New subscriptions may, if desired, start ut a later date, and prcu-n-t renewals will date from expiration of ones. Swinebroad, The Real Estate Man Capt. Am Ilourne, Auctioneer. If you prefer an evening newspaper, Courier-Journal. you may substitute The LouUville Times for Tbe Send or bring your orders to the office of rPNTPAi. - Rrrnnn r. f. Tne Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, May 25, 1922 BRYANTSVILLEI Mr. Eliia II. Ballard was In Lex-inft- 3,000 GROWERS Arc Added ns Burley pHya WAITFOR CLARENCE The four act comedy arranRoci by Booth Tarklng-to- n to be presented by the Senior Class of Bcrea Old RibttWs Friday shopping. $10,000,000 RATES t College Kev. A. P. Jones, of Wllmore, spent r HUBERT RAY LANCASTER, KY. week-en- d Mr. and Mr. G. Tremendous Cain Mad Br with the Slngls Insertions le a word .yrtukl. lilt. W.M.rm Ntw.par L'l A. Bowling. MONDAY NIGHT, JUNEStk., AT 7:45 No ad taken for less than 20e on Finl Day of Drive Tho murder of Old Itltitrw had Mr. and Mr. Louts W. Droadu In this column. No ads la this This play will be given by special permission of Which Continues All This sensation Inpassed frutn a nine were Sunday cunt of Mr. and Mr. Berea College, at request of the Young Peoples column charged. to au unsolti wyitery. Only one Newton Gosney, Jr. Wh Union of the Lancaster Baptist Church. limn knew who had killed Hlbtree. and 1 Seven insertions Misses Jean and Viola Rankin, of Discriminating lovers of mirth provoking cntcr-tninmcthat wa Jaiue. became James bad Ky., Three thousand Lexington, price of five. MUtcrsburg College, have returned klllod l.lm bluiKolf. may come assure!! of two hours of wholemember It wan estimated at the ofPhont orders most b paid a home for the tummer. lllbtrre and James lUrd In a toa some amusement. fice of the Hurley Tobacco Grow.' Just of rtfiy tbousand Inhsbllaiits, promptly. Mr. and Mr. Taylor N'oo are re high-clas- s A play at popular prices, 25 and lGcts. Co.oneratlve Association' here large enough to rcnt' that prilng ! over the ceivln congratulation HkssSrorX Saturday nght, had been enrolled In, KtMslp ulilcli make murder so unsafe c uufci... ui m In slllsce. The two men had alwaj itne association a a remit 01 meet-- , counties, Twenty ladle of the W. C. T. U.'lng held In the sixty-nin- e lien enemies under the gulie of friend-M- . You save the difference by triJIng his mother, at Lowell. HAMILTON VALLEY Jame bad ciecllly wauted with R. J. Engle, near Depot. met at the District Concentlon which' of Kentucky, Ohio and Indiana, which Mr. Nannie Ray entertained at Klbtno's girl. Ada Lachaussre. met in Lancaster last Thursday. jare represented in the organization,' Jm had mnde no elaUimte plan, to! Mr. Lizzie Hroughton I on the dinner Sunday In honor of Mr. Willie ! rhtl'ln connection with the payment rji,ilr u. .n,i vfr. WANTED: To buy sma'l ger1 i Ray and wife, of Ohio. Those pres- lie had Ifigured out tbat a Nntaneus 's In those counties of an sick list. dren. were guests Sunday of her par- - member murder the safest, lie went to pony. Write or call money approximating, mount MUse Cora and Jennie Well ent were: Mr. and Mr. W. M. Black knew hnu.ie one nlglit when he enU Mr. Md Mr. Tom Hendren. Ike P. Thomrs. i. to ,pfnt Sunday nltrht with Mis Ueulah and daughter, Mrs. Odus Naylor and be uoutd b slone, ualked straight In- (It.) $10,000,000, the ccond Mr. Foret Curtl, Mr. and Mr. be maJe t0 membrs of the organlxa- - Hulettc. family, Mrs. JIugh Simpson and to the study, ami shot Itlbtre through store In town. 7 w A country daughter, Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Naylor the heart, nnd went aar- N"'w he "on. tne Wm in town. r""- i r '.. were iin r M t 7.". - I amount. nrst having Deen 01 an equal ... . best looking merchandise . manna tunu isanviuc, rriMr. Raymond Burchelt and Mr. Stan.' bad Itlhtrett'it girl, Ada laichausu-eMr. and Mr. Jasper Hulette satur- . . ' iMectUv Aton bad questlxtieil Best flour, 11.00; Gingham lOet. up. day shopping. try tuner, a pleasant uay was ijeport from many counties how- - day night. R. J. Engle, near Depot. J a nun very cloely the nest morning. Mr. Fannie Bryant ha returned cd large number of grower, who Mr. Marion Well and son, Cecil, i spent by all. Happily James uatjable to prote that Buy your Rolls, Bread and Cakes stay with her remained out of the association last home after a months ha bad leen In bed all the day Hotel grandaughter, Mr. B. 0. Montgomery fall, had Joined the first day of the visited relatives Sunday In Rock-- ! News Ufore, with grlpie. Ills ild house, at thoevery day. Restaurant. Baked castle county. of Paint Lick. drive for new member, which began keejier, Mrs. (.'niiiion, cutiflnneil Ibl fresh Mr. and Mrs. Russell Uolman are The services next Sunday will be statement. Ileitis quite deaf, she had Mr .and Mr. Marshall Davt and with the delivery of the check to WANTED: To buy a good second member. Thousand of non mem-We- rejoicing over the arrival of a eight at the usual hour. The pastor will! not heard James t hi ulndmr and hand Ford Touring or Roadster. ion, William Newton, of Sulphur 10th., named preach and give a report of hi trip de4Ttid; being In bed when James Invlta-M- r. pound boy, born May pent lat Sunday with Mr. and Jcr attended the meeting by George FUtes, the Southern. Ilapttst Convention. We returned, obe bad not bejnl his k.jr Itlon of the association worker, and Glrndon Russell. W. K. Davis. Lancaster, Ky. hope for a large attendance of mem- In tl'e front door. lit i flared that between 0.000,000 m. ..... n..x. -- ., Atla jicbuee, moted by JumeV FOR ber and other. In the evening pmtestallon of ytnintby, had transpound more tobacco SALE: Singer Sewing JUDSON Ralph Ray, of Richmond, have been and 12,000,000 Prof. Balnl, of Berea College will ferred her affctbi ti him. Three . that will be In perfect condition! guests of their parent, Mr. " " l was I added to the amount ... . I . the .I i!.. peak on the subject "A a Man month after the murder, Jaue muted n- oy me Mrs. Harry Francis, maracieu . Mr. Robert Simmon I, on the sick Mr. Forest Curtl. I elation this winter. Paint Lick. Ky. i minnem so is mis will be a to Itlbhtetlehl. and next week they (5.25-tf.- ) ert lo be married. Mr. and Mr. M. G. GotcheII and ; In most of the counties there were llll. worthwhile message, and In addition FOR SALEi Slut Aula AS swr baby, of Marion, Ind., , are spending speaker for the Association, all of) Mr. B. M. Lane has been quite a quartette will accompany Prof, i Jame knew that AMn upectel ' ... . was . and be was orrlel. several days with her parents, Mr. whom impressed upon members of jtaini 10 Lancaster, ana win sing sev him. sort of detective who, Atou little cent good hsp. Easy terms lo with Ihe responsible partU. Miss Etta Belle Ross was the guest eral special numbers during the ser- Imagination, and Mrs. Landrum Burdette. the association that the outsider had the rtlnclty Conn V Conn Carago. vice. Do not fail to come next Sun- of a bulldog. A Imlbbvl Tbat wa na unuouDieti ngnt lo stay out anu last week of Mrs. Nute Grow. Mr. and Mr. J. II. Edward. Mr. (0-- 1 MM day morning and evening. bu,c W0U,J not brin the oul- Miss Virgclla Ray spent Wednes the fly In the ointment. Hlbtree had and Mrs. Thoma Henry Edward and that The Young People's Union are In had a bulldog Hones. day with Mrs. C. R. Naylor. Miss All! Mae Edward .most ,iJfr Better bring In your binder canvas Hones and James had alwajr been The drive started Saturday will I Mrs. L. L. Matthew Tent Satur- -' corresponuence wttn tne Senior Lias Thursday of friends in Nlcholasvllle. friend. Hut Hones n an un- and let me fix them up for you, so you Berea College In regard to present- - cxl continue next week and worker fori,iay wjtn jj ym. Simpson. lose half or not until canny dog. It w Mrs. Margaret Hargress and daugh the association In all the counties .. , .. Ing their class play, a four act bad shot Hlbtree asthat he J metl will not have to gel aready day cut to Mr W' Ml dam ter, Jane Caywood, of Jackson and will make an endeavor to line up! ' I "niedy. entitled "Clarence" by Hone t)lng In front of the eas log. more when you wheat. Kd Oaks, at Walker Uro. Mr. Tom Hargress, of Washington, every outside grower with the more' Iff", V,lito" ,Mt Weck of Mr" Booth Tarklngton. The date will be Houe gut up, salrTtil at hi ded matwere dinner guest Saturday of Dr. than 60,000 who ore now members.' definitely announced next week. ter, and Jumped up at James for a Hardware Store. , and Mr. B. C. Roe. The figures as to the slen-u- n Sat.i Mn' iwymona nurcneii ana uaugn-- Those wo enJov ifood wholesome cares. The memory of It made FOR SALE: One good secondwcre fUMl anuay oi .Mr, rtute entertainment may be assured of an1 Jame' blood run cotd. Mr. and Mrs. Edd Park. Mr. and urday may be Increased by fuller hand doctor's buggy and another one evening of real mirth with no unNext day Houe bad met Jame In good a new. W. T. King. Mr. Luther Burdette, of Lancaster, ports, It wa said at the offices of0row Mr. and Mrs. Tom Naylor wcre the pleasant consequences. Watch for. the street and trie.! to follow hlrn .Mr. and Mr. Sam Duncan, of Burgin, ithe association, but based on the re- nhere Hone did not know home. said, these guests Sunday of Mr. and Mr. Tom further details next week. ,Mr. and Mr. G. W. Vanderpool, and .port received, it wa Jame lived; hut every time Jame Walter A. Wood Binders, 1180.00; children, Mr. Ernest Montgomery' figure form a conservative estimate. Tracey. took a stroll In the direction of Hlb- Mowers, ft?,&0; Rakes, $35.00; Timothy Hay From New England. surprised their brother, Mr. Landrum 'of additions to the association. Miss Bessie Mae and Owsley Ray rh tree' house, be met Hones, Timothy hay was tint crmwi In Itn tlnu ho met him nearer and nearer $23 to $45; Double Shovel Burdette with a birthday dinner last were visitor Sunday of Miss Vernie New KiikIbiiiI state nml wan bronchi! hi irwn bouse. He knew that tVaes j Plows, $4.00; Twine 12ct.; 00 tooth Sunday. J it t difficult to vindicate one per- - Lee and William Hurt. to the Carolina In I7UO l.j- Tlinottij was slowly running him down. (Smoothing Harrows, $15.00, Screen Mr. John Wcstley Dallcy wa tho llunsen. from uhuin It derive At the Eighth District Convention, ',on without making a liar or a fool III Jsmes. seated In his new house In ' doors. $1.85, Screen windows, 76ct. out ot another. i (guest Saturday night and Sunday of name. of the W. C T. U. which wa held Hlbblefleld, beard a scratching at the Buggy, $90.00; Harness $10.00. at the Christian Church of Lancaster. d. door The sweat started to hi J. R. Mount & Co. last week, the Bryantsville Union He roe ami o(rtied It, and tall, and came In, wagg"! f Hone submitted the following report: Shoes! Shoes! lay down at hi feel. Banquets given to sick . ISO time James felt hi Im White Shoes and Slipper For the nrt for Visit to Ick and "hut Ins" -- .319 pending doom. The sweat streamed ladles, slightly worn, highest grade. Clothes to needy down hi forehead. He did not kuW ,mJ bot qlullt. ,t ,K00 Tray sent lfr p,tr, ....39 ' "' while they last, at the home of many Meat 218 lbs.' . Hi, klelea inn log luriousir, bimi mmlt sUndnear Milk 200 dt. Bor,e pare a yelp, and then Jumped 'noM' h 0,J Jelly 39 qts. , I again. Ttiere'Carrard Tobacco warehou up at htm for a cnrv a. j. inompson , Proprietor. something devilish In the bull- Chickens wu 20 lb.. do Eggs deliberate detlgn. It wa as If 35 doz. j bne had set himself to run blm Miscellaneous article .......40 ji down, to furnish tin one proof tbat Rooms Cash S20.50 could connect blm with the murder. Pledge $2.00 'I Hones must die. James formed Ihst Money used for all purpose S32.32 dvleimtnstlon a be watched the bullBalance $30.82, I have for rent two nice $oom dog crouching at h: fet, looking up This organization ha for its presiat blm with. an expression of devotion over Mount' Hardware store, suitdent Mi Eliza Ison" Mrs. J. II. Edmi It face. He must get hi pistol, able for light housekeeping. Rooms shoot It, dispose of tho body before, well ventilated, with city water conward, vice president; Mr. B. A. morning. Dawes. Cor. Sec: Mr. M. O. Ken- W. T. West, Write , stamping heav- nection. M r A pollcemau psM-dii ii i. ucc. r v,un-isneuy, m cecu,. .ur urauiey r (C25-3- t ) Howling Gre.n, Ky. sssj j ily on the sidewalk. He was accomningnam, ireas. zu paiu memoersj panied by a man whom Jame. looking and three honorary and with a Supt. Into the darkne, omld not recognise. following departments: of each But a horrible fear came to him that, FOR SALE Christian CItfienshIp Mr. Ed Perthis man was Atn. Single Comb Urown Leghorn kins; Music Mr. B. A. Dawes; Sick, As tho mtu paed Jams took the. bulldog by the collar, dragged It to' Egg, 1C for 75cta., 100 for Committee Mr. B. C. Rose; Flower AS ADMINISTRATOR OF R. H. TOMLINSON, DECEASED, WE WILL Hip front door, and opened It. He was $4.00 In Mission and Relief Mrs. C. M. Dean;' Lancaster. 1G for determined to tnUe none to a lonely SELL ON $1.00, 100 for $5.00 prepaid Civic and Educational Mr. Jes: country, shoot him and. placo In the within the third xone. Gulley. The meetings aro held once , imiv n miikii. IIIIOW IUV in-- ij One good three year old mule. In the month at the homes of the Hut as b 0(eued the frout door he One three year old Jersey cow member. Each member is taxed 10 beard the pounding feet stop. He and calf, a good one. One cents per month for any local work stopped, wit" terror. Ttie p- Canopy oil brooder. they may desire to do.Thru the Union llremsn and his comnton werg They walked bsclc to the I want some young tecr that Asociatlon was ora Parent-Teachgate of the gsrden. pushed It ojxmi, will weigh between 000 and 700 ganized and Jthe children are being and cams up the path. pounds. trained in community singing. They And Jam), standing silently upon also decorate the grave of Mt. Hcb-- , ExIcC. Farri, 173 Lwmler, Ky the step, hi hand In Hones' collar, ron and Camp Nelson for the Ileidel AT FOUR O'CLOCK P. M. knew that Nemesis wa at hand. jUanford Post of the American LeThe light from the stntt lamp fell gion. on ths facs of ths second msn. Jame recognlitxl Detectlre Aston. Tho Tomlinson Home on Richmond street in Lancaster, Ky. This is absolutely Just received par load lxC 10 I want to see you," Aston said. The City Council of the City of "You've got roe," Jame babbled ft. White Oak Fencing. one of tho best nnd most desirable homes in the city. The house is located on Bastin Lumber Co. "for (Jod's sako take mc away. Vet, I.anctcr do ordain as follows: Any person, firm or corporation, I killed Hlbtree, and I'm ready to go who shall bring goods, wares and to the chair for blm." a one acre lot with 100 feet frontage and contains eight rooms, two halls, WANTED: An International Gaso Aston stared at blm In atupefartlon, merchandise of any description into line Power Hay Baler. Write, phene and a light broke over hli face. this city to be sold at Public auction (tf) or call at this office. bath, lights, etc. The improvements consists of yood bnrn, garage, and many "Why, It's Mr. James lM be ex- or to be old privately by solicitalivclaimed. "I didn't know you were Ordtr I Ordr. tion on the streets, shall before tho other outbuildings, plenty of shade nnd fruit trees and fine garden. ing here. Lucky I got that tramfei t patronUin: letter In Sir: A lame Is o sold, pay a license tax of You beard what he sail last week. about tlie' Inelllrlent the dally pre IC0.00 per week for each and every Mulllnsr Come nnd look this place over if you want a nice home splendidly located methods or fanners remind me of looked ht blm plteously week or portion thereof, said perJame that eltlrleney etislner In New York" "What what d'you meant" he stsra son, firm or corporation, shall sell to whom tin foreman of hi Montana in the best resident section.of Lancaster. mered. "Didn't you didn't you su$h good, wares and merchandise. bnd. kneep rnneli wrote: "Prospect "Only wanted tc Any person, firm or corporation Alton grinned. Saowlng during lutiiMn;." The Possession can be given on or before September 1st., if desired. know If you'd gut a llcvnso for thai violating the provisions of thl" ordiwired buck : ""Stop lambing at there dog," ha answered. Hut I guess nance shall be fined not les than farmer once."- - WnllarV It don't matter so much now." 160.00 nor more than 1100.00. Liberal terms, which will be announced on day of sale. Amtrltan Arthltteta. Each ate, made without first obHepr Kmetlsns. Tb Kojaan found atBong the Greek taining n license shall be deemed a "How do you react tgwartl ths man warier workmea and he Imported classic dancerl" "I'sSBtrol myself," separate offense. thtcB. hired them, and permitted theta The above ordinance shall not apaid Mr. (Irutapson. to dscurate his moaumeata, according "Whatr "Nc matter what violent thoughts art ply to farmers, selling their products 9 taslr own taste, but recognizing We enurstng through my mind, when hi or other ware and merchandise betba artist only as a workman. balances himself on on to aud looks longing to the teller. Ss4 many of our artists among natur-iillss- d feresgners, or ma of forttga dying roach. up Into ths files libs This ordinance to be In effect as of I doat do anything but inort. and birth or descent. 'Ttio Coadltloa Capt. Am Dourne, Auct. toon at published a required by I manage tbat so clevarly that ths Modsra Architecture,'' by Leslie W. law. W. F. Champ, Mayor, people around me thing I'm merel Deremux, In Architecture fur Attest: Paul F. Morrow, Clerk. clearing my thresH." Dof fluilltsl CaIbmm da' nt .a. r' 1 ' Itlb-treo- ...... - -- Baptist Church ll, Ma-chi- i !..... lie ''' peed art-re ' ""m rc-!l- er - fore-hen- .. '' ..............218 ...... "'l' 1 . For Housekeeping sj of-.th- e On The Premises er FRIDAY, JUNE, 9th. In Ordinance rit-en- f The Garrard Bank & Trust Co.