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EQUALIZATION BOARD ,TOBACCO i Knr DECORATION DAY SETTING DREAM CITY AdvanccTovTr This Time EXPOSITION Well Observed In Lancaster Last Season I BUSY BOOSTERS 27 YEARS AGO The two hours spent In Lancaster The petition gotten up asking the last Thursday by the Lexington boos County Court to order an election on tcrs and business men, was entirely the free turnpike question, had been sea-oa too short for the citizens of our town mislaid and could not be presented and community, who enjoyed their Monday. It Is to be filed at the next stay immensely. It would have been county court provided It can be quantity to enable the Legion combined and deco- hard to get together a Jollier bunch found. Huck- - the great exposition will open at American 91,600,000 Lowrr Than Lit Year transplant their tobacco. The graves of all their departed than they were and the good cheer Messrs. Theo. Currcy, Owen Shu-gacounty It probably one o'clock in the afternoon and re- rated the eye lection of the Hrothert and Huddles, the graves which they brought will linger long In and Jess Walden made a trip try- the driest section of any and owning main open until eleven o'clock at of After a month of hunt work, the Civil and Spanish American the memory of those who greeted to Lexington on their wheels Tuesto thti rolling condition of the land, night. There wil Ibe two gorgeous ing In every way to look after the performances dally, War veteran being remembered by them on that day. With a clamor day. the "set and elaborate Interests of the farmer a belt It it nearly Impossible to use the Legion. An Immense crowd of horns, bells, bands and voice they was In town ter" In many sections of that com Heautlful models famed throughout could, and at the same time bucking The three organizations lined in reached the city from Stanford, ar yesterday to witness the bicycle races, a fine the United States will display the latfor up against the State Tax Cummlulon munity. The prospect column of twot and marched to the riving here just n few minute be the ball game and attend thc Knights est creations of the Parisian thit at Frankfort, In an attempt to hold crtp was never better Inthree-fourt- county a well as gowns deigned In cemetery .headed by Meir. Dalton fore eleven o'clock. A parade was of Pythias services. Theo Currey , and It Is thought that down the assessment of (Sarrard coun-tyNew York. Wonderful, beautiful Rich, Wm. Moberley and Wm. F. immediately formed and the entire won the two mile race, the prize bethe County Hoard of Supervisor of It ha already been transplanted. Miller, who represented the three or- party of 125 or more, marche ing a $15.00 suit of clothes. Farmer report all plant living with dancers will present novel and sensawere practically forceil to accede to W. C. Stivers, of lower Garrard replanting to be done. tional dances In sostume that thrill ganizations, each member carrying around the public square stopping In the demand of the Commission, by very little a bouquet of flowers. At toon as front of the court house, where sever filed suit against Miss Catherine West The Increase in the county over last with their beauty. adding an additional eight per cent Toot, the famous Hippodrome they asrsmbled on the main drive way al selections by the band was heartily of the same neighborhood, asking blanket raise on all land, town lot yenr acresge will probably reach were enjoyed and brought out the populace $5,000 damages. The petition states clown will be there with his many of the cemetery the flowers and tangible personal property in 20 per cent acts which have made gathered and the graves were deco- by the hundred to give the boosters that "on several and numerous ocGarrard county and to thl end have Light ' rated. The entire membership then a hearty greeting. A special edition casions she agreed and promised to him a star of clowndom. wont out over 3,000 notice to at opera .Inger will present the late.t movwl t0 thc vault' under ,hl mnn' of the Central Hecord ,wlth flaming marry the plaintiff" and that he has many land owner In the county. services were held. headlines across the ton of the front always been ready and willing to son hit. a. wil . ...l..rtl.,n. fmm Vinv tre,,' deserve IleiiiK Overhauled Preparatory The Hoard of Supervisor .Mr. uooeri iinys acted as Uiatrman,,, the n rt., witn the words marry her, but that she has failed to ntiitra. much credit for their work which ha There will be many acts. .The' ,nl,ucm lne speaKers oi tne .lay "Lexington We Greet You" was hand fulfill her promise and agreement. For Oiling faithful, with very little re ed every member of the party. Col, correspondent The Hubble has flnest act of vaudeville have been nA ta.J,Led.fmuch to thc muneration, in trying to reduce to S- - Hud)n Pene,i wilh word G.H.Swinebroad from thc steps of this to say: The turnpike question Contractors, Hughe and Ware are engaged for the Dream City Exposl-.11- '' tome extend the burden of taxation, wmcn JUUke l" 1 the court house welcomed them on has about exploded In this neck of doing some fine work on Richmond tion. Thousands of dollars have ! II ralr which at thi time seem to fall too nting the Knights of behalf of the citizens of the town the woods. At first It seemed to I completed, been spent in presenting this great about "P" heatily upon the farmer In the agri street, which making it virtually a boulevard, be- undertaking. Conveniences of all' ,,h'lh'a Lotiv. and the Legion, de This was followed by short addresses sweep everything before It like a cultural countie of the tate. ing pleaiant to the eye and a com kinds have been arranged for the pub livered a wonderful address, telling from members of the boosters .among cyclone, but after the smoke over In Garrard coun Every ,np ""King oi me Lodge and al- - them who mpoke being Wood G zealous persons blew away and reafort to the motorist. Stanford street lie. The warehouse hs. l,..n Iran.' 01 ty houId read a itatement, published ,he UtrIon- - The next on the Dunlap, an old Lancaster boy, and son enthroned Itself, free rides went to the city limits will be reconstruc- formed into a veritable falry-lanin thi article, endorsed by the entire Messrs. one that shall always remain dear to a begging and no one feels now that bathing models will prome- - 'K"m wa a 1u"tl!" ted by the same contractors, work board, explaining in detail their past on thl street last nnde along the moon-li- t ocean beach. "."'cr' .mlln"n" urtl ana Ku the hearts of all Lancastrians. Sev he would better himself or the counwork and what they were up aganst having started We Monday morning. The city council i'retty kiddy model will how the sell Sanford. The next was Judge eral tongt were tung and sung well ty by voting for free turnpikes. In an efTort to adju.it equitably to Corn, of Harrodsburg, who brought by the visitors. The band music was admit a few would be benefitted by are to be congratulated upon thl latest in children's wear. ,I taxes in Garrard county. . ,r. it m. " 101s " r"""iJine splendid work and just as fa at can ' mM..m.M f' . nil c n u. nu. P. ami, .. .. oi u. was uispenteu xo the change, but many would suffer ine management has promised that . ? A Word From Hoard of Supervisor i. by lt.,,,,To adopt free turnpikes will there will not be a dull moment in "U"KK worn represcnicu pleased crowd, the city The Hecord it authorized by the be done other street of the .bodge, this was followed by an- - I Souvenirs were handed out to the would eventually resolve itself Into be looked after. Sometime in the the Exposition. County Hoard of Supervisor to make other song by the above named quar- - ladles and children and a general mud roads and "what's everybody's next few weeks the oil will be spread the following itatement: tette and He v. K. B. Hourland was handshaking consumed mott of the business would be nobody's business" over the entire city, which wilt elimiMUCH WORK "The total assessment of the propcalled upon to pronounce the benedic- time the party was In the city, ex would be verified In every sense of nate the dust for the rest of the sumerty for Garrard County for the year tion. The members of the three or- mer. Beinjr Done on Garrard County j ganlzationt then marched back to cept for the hour spent in the dining the word. Ago 1921 wa $1(1.382,201. room of the Kengarlan, where a de- 20 Year Thl W..k. May The total of the assessment made the Court House, where refreshments lightful lunch was served. LancasRoads by Supervisor Stapp 29th, 1902. County by the County Tax Commissioner for were served. ter and her citizens enjoyed having Thc young men of the graduating the year 1022 wa H2.ri7.VJtr., or a Taking the entire ceremony, It was these gentlemen and together with The winner In the Community This it a day of rapid transit on class, Messrs. Victor 'Stone, Ollle falling off in the amount of $3,80S,-25Yeast Hread Contests, which have country roads. The motorist moves beautifully carried out and well at- the Central Hecord hope that their Wallace, Charles West. Lewis Gill almoit Four Million Dollar. been held by Miss Joyce Sylcr will along at twenty-fiv- e future visits may be more frequent, and Marshal Denny entertained demiles an hour. tended. The State Tax Commission order- contest for the County ChampionFollowing Is a list of those who lightfully Friday night at the Gared the County Hoard of Supervisor ship Friday, June 0th., at 2 o'clock, The truck driver covert a lot of honored us by their pretence: LOON EGGS ground, and the farmer it no longer! rard hotel their classmates. Misses ta raise, thl assessment $2,200,000 at the Woman's Club rooms, in Lan satisfied to Jog along to market at' David Adet, C. C. Applegate, Ken Rarle Joseph, Ethel West, Bessie Bat-so- n, Town Lota and Tangible on caster, Ky. The bread it to be hi former slow speed. Time it Secretary Abbott Possesses Odd Walker, I. J. Blackburn, W. B. Tal Belle Cora Ward and Willie personal property, other than Live baked the day before the contest. money and must be conserved. bert, C. F. Dunn, Baylor Landrum, Burnside. An elegant supper was Stock. They will not accept a raise Specimens of The Great Hudson and Farnau are o ire ring County Supervisor, Irvine Stapp, has Victor Bogaert, Jr., J. N. Bricken, served. on Intangible or Live Stock. two prize $3.00 for 1st. prixe and taken out many of the bad placet in C. S. Brent, D. W. Mahan, R. Lee Northern Diver The County Hoard of Supervisors $2.00 for second. The 3rd. winner Messrs. J. E. Stormes and John some of the Garrard county roads, Catell, Thos. P. I'rathcr, O. H. I'ra worked diligently for 28 days equallx-in- will be awarded a ribbon. Today G. A. Abbott exhibited two ther, W. B. Chasteen, H. A. Chur- - Farra caught a nice string of fith in most notably among them, the new! listing and adjuting the Asses-io- n Miss Miller. Field Agent In Foods, Danville road. Some Important ditch-- ! immense odd colored eggs which he chill, Wood G Dunlap, I. N. Combs, Cumberland last week. Hook. Ruble and Williams bought of J. of the College of Agnculture will be ing has been done and done well, had Just received from the Hed Deer J. Bruce Davis. J. M. Todd. John When thi wai done the total rale 0 pound the Judge. In a few days, we are told that the, Lake region of northern Minnesota, Kloecker, Sr., John Kloecker, Jr., W. Scott and son, on Land, Town Lot and Tangible reconstruction of the Stanford road; Abbott hat spent contiderable time J. R. Kneebone, L. R. Drury, Henry lambs at CW cents a pound. Tom personal property wa about $1)00,. a lot Notes to the Lincoln county line, will be- about the White Karth ileservation Rgalite, G. Z. Faulconer, John S. Elkln has bought pound. of butcher 000. gin and when completed it will be of Chippewa Indians, near the Red Yellman. W. H. Arthur, Charles R. stuff at 3 cents a Land and other property which had Next Sunday will be the last turned over to the State for future Itiver valley, and the specimens were Thompson, Ray Preachersvllle News: Mr. and Mrs. Hillenmeyer, J. Ar not been listed and which wa aess-e- d Quarterly meeting for thl Confermaintenance. Contracts for several forwarded to him safely by express. thur Graves, Kd Perry, R. S. Stokcly, J. F. Holtzclaw and little baby, Clyde, by the Hoard brought the amount ence year. The regular services will The Loon constructs a large float M. Wilkewon, John C. Guy, L. T. were vititor at Mr. William Brown'. mile on the Lexington road will be up to $1,325,548. be held Sunday morning, followed by let soon and when completed, it al- ing nest anchored to the growing Rankin, Dr. E. W. Haggard, Hardin at Hubble, Monday. This failed to meet the require- the administration of the Sacrament so will be turned over to the State. vegetation on some uninhabited Lake Short, Roger Harp, Dr A. S. ment of the State Tax Commission by the pastor. At the latt Sacra men in remote sections of Minnesota and Bond Robert Hurst, R. O. Fitch, M. In the sum of $874,452. tal service wo had a large attendance, the Canadian Meeting leaves her nest Provinces. A Loon L. Levy, Ralph McCracken, L. M. Jonah Tussey, held under $400 The County Hoard sent the report and I am expecting a still larger at at the approach of True. W. H. Brown, J. K. Klttrell, in to Frankfort in this condition. tendance next Sunday. ill your A congregational meeting of the danger, divine beneath the surface L. B. Shouse, E. A. Deiss, T. B. Tan- bond in Judge Treadway's court failThe report wa returned at once with place bo filled if not, why members of the local Christian church of the water and reappearing several ed to appear before the court yesthe order that the total amount a not? Kev. C. L. Hohon. I. K. will hat been called for next nunuay hundred yards away, where she cau ner, Fred K. Augsburg, C. L. Thomp- terday and his bond was forfeited. son, R. J. Breckinridge, E. E. Bomar, ordered must be raised or Garranl be with ut at the night .ervlcc and morning, June 4th. At that time tiously observes the intruder. In col- W. S. Cramer, Harry Giovannoli, Tussey is charged with drunkenness, County would be reassessed by the will do the preaching and hold the the question or raising a fund with or the eggs are deep olive green, Bert I'rcsson, J. W. Morrison, II. M. and having whiskey In his possession. State Tax Commission at once. Quarterly Conference Let every which to build a new church within spotted with Vandyke brown, and are Evans, W. C. Goodloe, E. E. Bert-holf- f, His bondsmen were given until June It will require an addition to the member be present. the next two or three years will be equal at buth ends. They measure Jr., W. F. Clark, M. Lowenthal, 15th., to bring thc gentleman into assessment of all property, except placed before the meeting. The plan three and s Inches long W. - Lyons, S. B. Featherston, S F. court. Intangible and Live Stock, of K per The Cathole Hate Hall team of the which will be suggested Is that the by an inch and Lilburn East and J. II. Clouse con s In width. McCormlck, W. E. Tate, W. A. Metz Cathole neighborhood, on the Dnn members pledge themselves to give The female never lays cent of the amount. but two eggs ger, Edwin Meyer, W. R. Milward, fess two plain drunks in Judge Tread- Thl will add about $11,000 to the vllle pike will have an Ice Cream sup so much per year way's court yesterday and were given for the next three and it requires four weeks to Incu- R. M. Morris, George Nash, J. D. of the county which will per Saturday night, June 3rd. Kv years, the minimum to be fixed at bate. Hoth birds sharing the duties Green, E. I). Elliott, John Tom Perry. $25 tines each. East paid his, and be n very large umount when erybody Invited. Hring nil the cat $5,000.00. not At tho end of three years of keeping the eggs warm. W. P. Taylor, W. S. Homer, W. O. Clouse was remanded to jail in d& divided among .1,000 and kittens. or beforo If in the Judgment of the Sweeney, Charles Fuihln, J. 11. Park fault of payment. The County Hoard of Supervisor congregation the amount warrants so STILL er, C. B. Matthews, L. H. Ramsey, being themselve and anxi- County doing, tho building will be begun. affair. Grover Prathcr, H. P. Moffett, Cal ous to do the best thing possible for Sixth If no taxes are collected be The question will probably come be- Captured on Kentucky River Roszell, Srtnley Frost, Chat. T. the people has decided to mid tht- -j fore December lit., ull taxc would fore the meeting in the form of reIt is a source of regret to his hunCrowe, B. J. McGarry, B. B. Smith, H per cent to the assessment and setNear Buena Vista dreds of friends in Lancaster that probably be subject to penalty of solutions. Instead of u sermon, the June Smith, II .0. Hcmpel, F. J. Brown Cogar, who has tle the matter. been reprematter will be presented immediatesix per rent. The Hoard before deciding to do Sheriff James Kobinson ,with hi Spengler, W. T. Stewart, L. G. Stroe, senting the N L. Currey Grocery Various other reasons might be ly following the communion service. B. Sweeney, S. T. Harbison, Sr., thH hat given the matter careful con- mentioned which hows what a con- Opportunity for discussion will be deputies, Carter, Hicks and Morris are E. Company, of Danville, Is to leava federation and hut consulted many dition our county would be In and given. Any one may be hoard. All making It hot for the moonshiner in B. J. Treacey, J. F. Battaile, J. F. thc road, he having made his last VanDeren and Frank Woolcott. and busl-n- e there is no assurance that the case have a right to a voice and a vote. Garrard county. Latt Friday night representative trip for Jhls firm yesterday. There men of the county and ha arriv- could bo won In the Courts Is no more popular knight of the grip the Hence all member, rich and jwor, they raptured a fifty gallon still near at s. ed at thit decision for numerous who "maket" Lancaster han Brown, Blue State Tax Commission is in n ttrong old and young, are mott strongly tho Kentucky river below Camp N'vl and his friends here hope that In urged to be present; and to come, ton, in Garrard county, but the worm position. Henry Cox, who represent Spears casting hi First It i evident that the Stat future lot In whatever Fayette County ha decided to test after mott serious thought, to vote and all of the finished product had and Son, of Paris, ha been ruthed vocation, this town may be on hit been removed before the arrival of Tax Commission will do what they the matter out In the Courts and a their best judgment dictates. say and will make the re assess me nt our County Court has agreed to help the officer. While no arrests have nil this week supplying the firm with itinerary. been made yet, but from what can workman needed in stripping blue at once. Fayette County financially, to some Deposit be gathered from them some Impor grat seed. About forty were sent Second The County Hoard does extent to get the matter tested. Service The Peoples Hank, of Faint Lick, tant arrest will be made in the next from Garrard, 60 from Lincoln and can afnot feel that the y Some have suggested that the coun-tof which It. G. Woods is cashier, re- few days. Evidence showed that the many will be sent from Boyle today. Don't fall to hear Rev. T. W. ford to allow these men to usscss the Hoard wait until the matter Is Heeler and his sister in an open air county n no one knows what kind tested by Fayette County, but thc ceived more than Its share of the still had been In operation for several tobacco money that was paid out to months and perhaps many years.' A service at the Court House, Lancas of assessment they may make. County Hoard cannot do this as It ter Ky Saturday afternoon at 3:00 Third It will cost the county will probably be six months and the the Hurley Growers on May 20th. well beaten path from the still led One of the mott sensational tales P. M June 3rd., 1922. Rev. Beeler about $4,000.00 to pay the expense State Tax Commission will not wait The Increate In deposit from this to the home of John Wearren, along source alone netted the bank over this path wood and kindling could ever conducted In Lancatter begint it an Evangelist of the Methodist of thl assessment. on this. $00,000, which sum I more than one- - be found In profusion. He denies tomorrow at Joseph's and lasts for church. He Is an Interesting speakFourth The matetr will be taken After adding the S per cent and because er, having spent two years in France finally settled and meeting the requirement of the State eighth of all the money paid out In any knowledge of the still. Sled fifteen day. Sensational, into Court before of the heavy cut In prices, which has In tho air service during tho late war. Court expenses will have to be paid Tax Commission tho assessment of both Garrard and Madison county on iracks led to the home of J. II. this day. Practically every farmer He will begin a revival at Carters-villwhere several math tubs were been placed upon every article In by the county. the county will yet be $1,008,255 depositor of the Peoples Uank belong found apd a quantity of math, all the house. A two page advertiseKy with Rev. M. L. McGrow, No taxes can be collected lower thin last yeah Fifth ment In this Issue tell you some- a converted railroad engineer, Sun to the Hurley Tobacco Growers' As- of which was destroyed. Notices will be served on all taxuntil the matter it settled by the thing about it, and yet many Impor day, June 4th. Everybody weleome. sociation. Court, which would probably be ix payers in compliance with the law, "Laus;h and tho world laugh with tant Item were omitted for lack of coun- - but the Hoard feels that the equallza. A fraat Comtjjr at popular pric, you." Let "Clar.oc." month. In the meantime the furnlih Um space. Slashing reductions are made FOR SALE PRIVATELY: My ty would be without fund with which ( tion It made now as near a can pot- 25 and IS ctnti School Auditorium laugh at lh School Auditorium Juaa in the millinery department, a well household furniture, schools, roadt and other tlbly be made." Juno 3th. to run the 3th,, at 7i30 P. M. at every department In the big store. (tf.) Mrs. J. D. Prathcr. n, m 1 s, h g Opens in Lexington June 2nd, Accedes to Demands of State, RAINS NOT GENEARL IN COUNTY Lusting Ten Days Tnx Commission Adding What was said by many to have Fight Per Cent Addition-a- l With n riot of color, music and Although some fine rains in the been the largest decoration day In southern and eastern sections of the beauty, the Dream City Exposition Ijtncaster On Land, Town was Sunday afternoon Warewill open at the Shelburne county made excellent tobacco Lexington, Friday evening, when three organizations of LancasLots and inntfinie the northern section of the coun house at ter, namely, the I. O. O. F. Lodge, ty failed to get any rslns of sufficient June 2nd. Property On the following day the doors of the Knights of Pythias Lodge and the farmers to i Fully 2,000 People in Attendance Jolly Bunch From Lexington Culled From The Files of Tho Spend Two Hours in Central Record May Lancaster 3 1st, 1895 rs CITY STREETS ' i?rtl ,j b-- en pnK. . tax-pay- I ul . ... - Bread Contest 5, g, 90-10- Methodist Church i Hen-dric- k, An Important Forfeits J three-fourth- I- four-fifth- tax-paye- tax-pnye- r. tax-puy- ANOTHER Popular Knight tax-pny- rea-.ton- Grass Strippers Liberal tax-paye- Open Air Sensational Sale e, Tne Central Record. Lancaster, Ky. Thursday. June 1. 1922 JUNE CLEARANCE BEGINS THURSDAY JUNE 1st THIS IS OUR ANNUAL JUNE CLEARANCE SALE AND DURING THIS SALE WE WILL OFFER EVERYTHING IN OUR STORE AT REDUCED PRICES, FOR THIS SALE ONLY. THIS MEANS TAILORED SUITS, DRESSES, COATS, WAISTS, SKIRTS, CORSETS, UNDERWEAR, HOSIERY, DRY GOODS, SILKS, LINENS, WASH GOODS, NOTIONS, SHEETS, COTTONS, SILVERWARE, JEWELRY, ETC. Everything Offered is our Regular High Grade Merchandise not an Item of Cheap Goods Bought for this Sale. items to give an idea of the reductions, but everything is included in This Sale. TERMS CASrf WASH GOODS 29c Shrunk Dress Ginghnms 75c Imported Ginghams 59c Peter Pan Cloth 15c Devonshire Cloth 59c English Prints 90c Emb. Tissues 75c Normandy Swiss Voiles Bst Punjab PcrcAles 19c We mention a few NO GOODS ON APPROVAL NO EXCHANGES TABLE LINENS Our regular prices on all kinds of Linen Fabrics the former prices and during this' are about one-haSale these prices will be greatly reduced. Old time Pure Linen, Cream, German, Damask, 72 inches $1.60 wide will be only, pur yard Other qualities proportionately cheap ,as well as Sets of Cloths and Napkins. Madiera Hand Emb. Linen pieces will also be at decided reductions. Hound Hand Embroidered Madiera Table Cloths in 30 inch, 15 inch, 51 inch and 72 inch at lf All Tailored Suits One-Ha- lf 49c 45c 35c 39c 69c 55c 19c 25c 29c Price Genuine Japanese Crepes 15c Fast Color Indian Head All New Silk Dresses d Off One-Thir- LADIES FURNISHING Very special reduction on Gossard Corsets and Brassierres, Warners Rust Proof and Redfern Corsets, Gloves, Hosiery, Underwear, Neckwear, etc. All Silk and Crepe Off Waists One-thir- d All Spring Coats One-Ha- lf HALF PRICE. ALL LINEN HEMSTITCH PILLOW CASES AT HALF-PRICE. DIX MAKE HOUSE DRESSES The best makes of house dresses to be had, look best, fit best and wear best. At greatly reduced prices for This Sale Only. Price SHEETS AND COTTONS All Sheets, Sheetings, Pillow Cases, Tubings, Bleached and Hrown Cottons will be sold at n discount from our regular prices. Standard reliable brands Only. (Except a few ad"onccd Stylr WoItex , WHITE GOODS Summer Dresses Greatly Reduced $1.98 SUIT CASES AND BAGS Imported Organdies in white and colors, St. Gall Swisses, Imported Voiles in white and colors. Nainsooks. Crepes and all other white goods at REDUCED PRICES. Choice The present regular prices of Suit Casfs and Hags are about one-haformer prices, but during This Sale we will ofTer at a further discount of lf ONE-THIRD. 50 Georgette and Crepe Waists were $6. to $10. SILKS Our entire Knit, Pongees, will be greatly take advantage line of plain and fancy Silks, Krepe, FLEUR DE LIS HAND MADE WAISTS SPECIALS 19c Choice of n big lot of Printed Voiles, 10 inch, reduced from 50c and COc. 29c yd. AmUrson celebrated Ivanhoe 32 inch Dress Ginghams. 95c Genuine St. Gall dotted Swisses in colors and white. $3.95 Pure Silk Rain and Shine Umbrellas in all colors. 95c Ladies Silk Hose, black with white clocks and white with black clocks. $2.25 10 yard piece Shyna Long Cloth. $1.1981x90 Wearwell Sheets. 80c Doz. Plain Linen Finish Napkins. h Dress Linens. 85c 40 in. Pure Linen big lot of4 Huck and Turkish 39c Choice of a Towels. These sold from 50c to 85c. $1.75 Pure Silk Full Fashioned Stockings in White, Illack and Colors. non-crus- AT REDUCED PRICES Mignonettes, Taffetas, Crepes, etc., reduced for The Sale Only. Iletter of the opportunity. CURTAIN MATERIALS Marquisettes, Tuscan Nets, Filet Nets, Dotted Marquisettes, and all kinds of Colored Draperies will be offered at a Liberal Dicount. PHILLIPINO HAND-MADE SILVERWARE Finest Standard makes, of Solid Silver in all kinds of Spoons, Forks, Knives and Fancy Pieces as well as Howls, Dishes, Plates, etc., and a fine assortment of best Sheffield Silver. All of these will be Specially Reduced during This Sale. GOWNS AND TEDDIES MUNSINGWEAR The best fitting knit underwear to be had. We have Union Suits to fit all sizes in many different styles and prices, and during This Sale all will be offered at Reduced Prices. During This Sale we will oirer FOUR SPECIAL LOTS of these beautiful garnmnts, Viz. One lot at $2.20. One at $2.50, one at $2.75 and one at Rest values we ever offered. CREPE DE CHENE UNDERWEAR During this sale we will ofTer some remarkable values in Gowns, Teddies and Step-in- s Teddies at $2.00, $2.10 and $3.00 Gowns at $4.00 Jo $G.0() and Step-in- s at $2.80. All made of excellent heavy Crepe de Chene. SWEATERS ors and sizes reduced s and Tuxedo, Mohair and Pure Silk wool sweaters, and Fiber Silk Sweaters in all colSlip-overONE-FOURT- ALL LINEN TRAY CLOTHS AT HALF-PRIC- E. Everything About This Sale Will be Found Exactly as Represented, No Evasions or Reservations. Goods Marked in Plain Figures. Price Cards on Each Stock and A. B. ROBERTSON & BRO. DANVILLE, KENTUCKY The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky.. Thursday June R. Henry and Milton Ward. Mrs. Ilelle I'herigo, of Lexington, Mr. and Mrs. Davidson and two ami Mrs. W. T. West, of Howling sons and Mrs. Carrie Davidson, of Green, have been visiting Mcsdames Mrs. John Donaldson li viiltlng Lancaster, were Sunday afternoon Kdd nnd Otto Simpon nnd Tilden Itlchmoml friend. church here visitors of Mr. nnd Mrs. W. T. Sut-to- Hoover nnd attended Sumlny. Their many friends were Master George Ynntl, who has week U Improving. been 111 thr Mr. and Mrs. Henry Yater had for glad to see them as this was their old Wm. llarne spent their Sunday visitor Mr. and Mrs. home church. Mr. and Mr. Henry I'rlchett nnd Mis Zclla f'riehett, of Sunday with Mr. and Mr. Stanford, Mr. and Mr.. Itohert Yater, Tuttle. anil l.lnda of Teatersvllle. Misses Vertle Turner During the icy March of chill nnd Mr. and Mrs. It. II. Ward and chll. Taylor visited Mr. James Ynntli gale, dren, of Madison ami Mr. and Mr. Thursday. Nuked hedges and fields so bare, Mr. and Mr. Harry I). Itlee were W. G. Clark nnd Master Karl Clark Our perkey Itobin Jerked his tall Sunday visitors of Mrs. Y. M. Thomas were guests the past week of Mr. And rustled for hi bill of fare. nnd Mrs. Milton Ward nnd Mrs. C. nf Lexington. Ilefore the pond entirely thawed Gladys I'oynter l spending It. Henry. Miu j.Mnpte trees were tapped for syrup, Yonder beach, an old crow called the week with Ml Christine I'oyn'i,i.r 1,1 IIi i....... Ull,l .1111, -- l.i.....,.l 11... ter, of Lincoln. BUCKEYE HUUIII Ulli. Kventually his mate appeared Mn. Scott, of Judiwn It viiltlng Mr. Hiram Carter led the U. Y. I'. Welcome ami accepted guest. her daughter, Mr. Itaymond Turner U. Sunday evening. Around the orchard he sang and and Mr. Turner. cheered, Mr. W. K. Whittaker was In Uuis. Mr. Mat Cobb of Lexington road, She inspected last year nest. pent Vedneday with Mr. And Mr. villi- - first of last week. Mr. and Mr. Jest Hill and daugh- Such a vigorous life he lead, Wm. Whittnker. Digging worms at early dawn, Mr. Cecil I'rather and ters spent Saturday in Lexington. Mr. and Carrying grass and bits of leave ha. returned Mrs. Charlie Grow children were Sunday visitors of Mr. To the mnple on the lawn. home from Lexington very" much Im- Hut now that worm are everywhere, and Mr. Koy I'rather. Mr .n.l Mn. K.ld Ilaker and proved. And days are long nnd hot daughter, F.eda, were Sunday visitor) Mr. nml Mrs. I). X. Long enter- He iwenis entirely free from care tained a number of friends to dinner A he hop about the lot. of Iirodhcad friend. Sun-uor twilight hour Little Mi Willie Frond I'rather .Sunday. Mr. ii viiltlng her grand-parenHev. J. F. Price was called to How. How prone he Is to hide and Mr. Wm. Walker. ling (Sreen last week to preach the No recital from orchard bower, He's completely satisfied. were funeral of n friend. Mr. ami Mn. Oscar While tramping through the elder Sunday visitors of her parent, Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Frank l.and and famcopse and Mn. Tom Doolin. ily visited Mr. and Mrs. Kdd Naylor With kodak under arm J. I'. and Green Foley were on the Lexington pike Sunday. Mrars. Reluctantly he II ys or hops guests last week of their litter, Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Luther Jenkins, Mr. Indifferent to fear or harm. Frank Drown, of Herea. and Mr. Wm. Jenkin and family, Robin' wealth of food, you see. Masters Karl. It 111 and Jay Baker were week-enguests of Mr, and Has brought about content, r, are In Somerset visiting their Mm. T. C. Jenkins and Mr. T. O. Hill. He' lost all Individuality Mrs. Susie Hlnrs. resident. Mrs. Lora .SWI, Mrs. It. W. San-dri- Regular Mrs, John Donaldson left Sunday G. A. Abbott. Mr. Nora Teater, Misses Sallle friends Lou Teater, Kthrl Hay and Sallle with a party of Richmond for a trip to Mammoth Cave. Horrid Thing! Noel were In Itirhmond first of the "We bad a splendid lime In the Mr. and Mrs. Alfred I'oynter and week. country," said Sir. .Newrleh. "and my children visited Mr. Green I'oynter Mrs, Hiram Hay, Mrs. Nora Teater, husband lias turm-out In Im? a good and family of Lincoln, recently. .Mls.es Sallle Noel, Sallle Lou Teater, Mint. Tli- - men went out one day to Mr. and Mrs. James Marsee and Kthel and Allene Itay spent Wednes- do ome shooting, iinil my husband Master Stanley Marsee spent Sunday day In Crab Orchard with Mr. - I. gut nliut they rail n hull. And Mime l I farmer muile dim puy fur liieiin with Mr. and Mr. John White. Sanders. It." Sim I tl- I"t lllewirvr Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Whit and chilllutineit meeting at the church dren, were guests Sunday of Mr. Saturday afternoon at three o'clock. Dtad Sea Stont. John Ilroaddus, of Hyatttville. All member) are urged to be presOn the shores of (lie IVud sen and Yater, Master ent, as there will be some very im- west nf tint sen Mr. and Mrs. Henry Jerusalem mill the vicinity nf lil Miisii I found Jauies. MlMrs Carrie and Maud Yater portant business. stone The tone, which Is were visitor Sunday evening of Mr. Mr. Hascom a Mrs. - F llrown, ntiumhiiit. Is commonly used by the and Mrs. Wm. Scott Lora Hrown llrown, Mi and Mr. local In making souvenir. It Mr. Frank Wtlion, of Hazard and Hilly Cotton spent Saturday in Rich- I a mutter of common knowledse that Mrs. Gilbert Wilson, of Kirksville, mond and were guest of Mr and the Ileilniilns have ueil this ntntie for several year as fuel, were recent visitors of Medame C, Mrs. Iluford West I, I 922 0y GUY. FARM ANIMALS BLACK COLOR n. iat IS HEREDITARY Robin Red Breast Ftdlng and Hsvs Nothing to Management of Do With of Dtaek Lambs, Shop rrirel llltl'l. p t, d grand-mothe- I- The" nplienrunce of blurk Innili Hi a Uncle made ti entirely nf while shrep hna been for nsi-- , nnd I Ml I. n mime for wonder mid the basis of superstitions. Itut the study of the laws of breeding utnl heredity ha plained Ihe reason for the mniilh nf these nnViilnr specl men. In n letter In n fanner win. reported Idnrk liiinti from n !! of 175 iiirehred .Shropshire ewc, nil while, nnd who niihliTil eertnm feed the cause, the 1'ijltii! n of Agriculture give clear statement of Hie principle In volved. Feeding nnd management of In say lr. Son nil Wright, nnlmnl genetics, have nothing to do nf black l.imh. with the The hlack color Is licredltury een Ihouc'i It may he transmitted by n Unary while hiii. The litnek color In such a cum- - I what Is rnlleil a lieei White reresslve rhnnieter. which transmit this ebrtrmtiT nt nil r cent of their transmit hluck In M f reproductive cells (ova In the en ewes and spermatozoa In the rase nf rams) and white In the remaining 50 per cent. Thus, such white nheen (which can mil) mate, with black transmit hlack) produce SO jcr etit Mack lumh nml SO mt rent white. All of these white lamb tan trans-ml- t hlack. White sheep which transmit only white, mated with hlack. produce only white lumh, but nil of t When both phU trntitnlt Murk ewe and ram are white, hut Imth transmit black, about 'i"i er rent of the lambs are black. So per cent are white, which transmit black, while rent ure true- the remaining 25 flpM-arnnc' bf ih uf Airttelturo I'Mint nuira ftt,Mm,f Expectant Mother. Prepared for Babys Coining child-birth- YOU DOsuffer atknow tell you. that thousands of women never really ? many others that this should always be the case. Let Mrs. Mottle Paul, of Ocilla, Oa., Site Is one of thousands who las demonstrated this fact: Perhaps you have thought with But how? It goes Into the features of maternity and gives, in a pUin, interesting manner. Information about what the mother needs In clothing before baby is bom; what clothing will be necessary for the baby; an Interesting table as to the lrobable date of delivery; simple but necessary and helpful rules of hygiene to follow, nml much other worth-whilinformation. This littiS booklet also tells about Mother's Friend and the wonderful good it is doing for expectant mothers. e "At I am a youni mother of one baby, I am writing tor frro booklet to 'ciprctant motheri.' I utd only two hotth of Mother' Friend I was confined and had a quick tnd easy time through labor. I can recommend Mother's Friend to all tiv-cfamotheri. t will never go through pregnancy without it." fee-(o- re You, too, can have this booklet for expectant mothers by sending coupon below. Don't let false modesty keep you from performing this duty to yourself your family and your baby. Send for your copy NOW. WARNING : .iniJ uiinr plain till, pram ani juhlilutrt thty atl oily n tht ikin anl may tauir harm uitktut itini ftoj. BRADNELD ttKQULATOR CO. j j j Drpt. 30, AUsnu. Oi. PtM tend m without rati ropy of rour bookUt oa MOTIIMItOOD u4 Thi BABY. lr Uitd for Thre Qantratlon by Exptctant Mothart Nsine...... 8u R. T. D.. Town,... McROBERTS DRUG STORE McROBERTS DRUG STORE r I- Safety Atwayt. Our Idea nf ii trustworthy chauffeur Is nne that hi accident off tht front pap- Vi-e- p A Shropshire e Shssp. EXECUTOR'S SALE HOUSE and LOT in LANCASTER to the HIGHEST BIDDER R. C. AND breeding whites. In this case It I Hint a given ovum en een rbum-will transmit Murk and an even chance that It will be fertilized by a male cell which transmit black, making one chance In four that both transmit black, which Is necessary for the production of n black lamb. With S3 black lambs appearing In the flock. It Is Indicated that about 100 of Ihe 175 ewe transmit black. numlng that all of the mm used transmit It. If not all the rnms transmit this color, then It Is prob able that an even larger number of ewes transmit II. of Agriculture Bulletin 90fl, I'rtnclple of Live Stock llreed- Ing. contains n detailed discussion of thla problem. It may bo obtained from the superintendent of public documents, government printing office, Washington, I), d, for 13 cents. DRY BRAN GOOD FOR HORSES For many years we bars been wanted by doctors against kissing. Aunt Hst. -- Woni.-n always like to think their Now we are told shaking hand Is Asiatic rub cheeks or noses. preucher Is In delicate health ; but when he ciuin-- t illtitier they conk up Hindus fall In the dust when greeting superiors. South sea islanders throw noueh to pliimli ruin u well n.uii." water. lloitoii Herald Another Vtrslon. Kisne men are burn great, smne achieve greatness nnd some remain little in the iid. I txt on Transcript. Osctltful Thfngl One of the disappointments of this life Is lo receive a letter addressed In a charming feminine hand and to find that It cntitnlns a bill from the plumber Shaking Hand. dan-gero- u. , tina. Odd Argtntln Custom. When a seventh son Is born In Argentina the I'resldrnt of the republic become hi godfather, according to custom, so that the l'resldent always has quite a number of godson, is lurge families are the rule In ArgenWorth Knowing. bell, always rung a day. takes Its tiume from the tlrxt words of the player. The IV Pnw fundi bell sounds one hour after the Ave. It was only ii comparatively recent dale that bells were used for calling people to church. For ages they were designed solely for keeping evil spirits nt n safe dNtanre. A Good Job. "When de birds statu slngln' In da tuawnln' an' all uroun' de smell o' honeysuckle stnht creepln' up Into a man's soul," said Charcoal Kph, rumlnatlvely, "I got V admit tfod don made a mighty good Job o' dls hyar ol' world." Itlchmoml Times-Dispatc- The thrice AiiKelu J. M. ARNOLD, AS EXECUTORS OF' J. H. ARNOLD WILL SELL AT Bttttr for Public Auction Saturday, June 3rd AT 3:30 O'CLOCK P. M. Dwelling and other improvement on ONE ACRE LOT. LOCATION On Danville street, just -- Animals Easily Purgsd Than Warm Mash Easy on Dlgsstlvs Apparatus. Put It in Writing. Agreements made by word of mouth are like leaves of the forest. They fade out, drop off and blow away. Make u couple of copies of any contract you enter Into. Keep one yourself and give the party of the second part ntkither and lay the third away In your safe, with your most valuable paper. Cleveland Nev-I.eader. at the edge of City LimlU. '2 story dwelling, G rooms, 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. Concrete pavements to this property. Just at City limits outside City taxes. 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 U 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 In cases of horses thut are easily purged. It Is better to give dry bran than a warm mash, und good cleun bran may, with benefit, ulwuya form a portion of the dry food of ull aorta of young horses, us the mineral con stituents will be nvalluble us material. In most case of a bran mush may with safety lllne und benefit be given, as it due not overtax the digestive apparatus, but when there Is evident Irritability of the bowels, as In diarrhea, etc.. It Is belter to give brun In a dry state than In the form of a mush. A wann brun uiiish Is, however, of great service to horse thnt nru working hard und receiving a large amount of grain. It should be given on the Saturday night, or uny other time when the horse ure resting the following day, us It bus n decidedly luxa ttve effect on the bowel. (Iran In n dry state Is un aotrlngent, but In the form nf a mush It Is u laxative, tt given once a week It will counteract the feverish symptoms which ure supposed to reult from high feeding, but this should not follow If a proper s)tem of feeding la adopted. bone-fonni- ARE YOUR CHILDREN EXTRAVAGANT? ter how To allow a child to become extravagant, no matwell-of- f the parents may be, is to seriously interfere with the development of its chnracter. Extravagance breeds idleness and a lack of of values. A pampered and d child can never roally experience those joys and pleasures that are the birthright of childhood. over-indulge- T w sssssssssssssssss a vm. stl4s" a EXCELLENT FOR YOUNG PIGS Pasturt Supplsmtntsd by Llmltsd Fin 4 PER CENT ON TIME AND SAVINGS S. Grain Allowance la Animal Kept Thrifty. eSwinebroad.The Real Estate Man Capt. Am Bourne, Auctioneer. (IihmI pasture supplemented by a limited grain allowance Is un exvt lent ration for young plga. The pui on pasture not only make che.ipcr gains, but the succulent feud uul ox orctse they obtain alda lu kewplu them thrifty. The Garrard Bank & Trust Go the United States and all foreign countries. LANCASTER, KY. We sell travelers Cheques, which are good in The Central Record. Lancastei , Ky. .Thursday, June ARE YOU LOOKING FOR shy of the old system of slim picKings and icw oi mem. That is human nature, and nature makes all laws and regulates all things. It was, however, manifestly impossible to maintain wages and profits at the sky peak of war days. Abnormalcy may prevail for a period, but in the end it must give way to rational thought and action. Prices of necessities, and of even luxuries, have been steadily declining for a long time. The same is true of labor, and of all of the raw materials that go into construction or production of articles of daily use. The fall has been slow but gradual, and some time must still lapse before we reach that level which insure the return of a full measure of prosperity to the country. The situation, however, is fairly satisfactory and full of promise, and the future is bright to those who can see. I 1 922 TRAGICJDEATH William T. Swope in Fatal Ac cident Near Hryantsville One of the greatest shocks that this community ha ever experienced or curred Sunday about noon when the tragic new came that Mr. William T. Swope had been thrown from hi motorcycle and instantly killed. Ho had started with a friend, Mr. Karl Wylle for n ride and had gone about 2 or 2'4 miles on the Lancas ter road when hi machine struck a deep rut In the turnpike, causing him to lose control of it, and throw ing him several fret. When assist nnce reached him, it was found that hi neck had been broken and that death had come instantly. The accident occurred Just In front of N. Galvanized I Fresh New Vegetables Tomatoes New Potatoes, Peppers Cucumbers Also a complete linejof .GROCERIES and a choice lot ofjMEATS. Roofing GOOD QUALITY AND Beans -- 1 FAIR PRICES. WE CAN FURNISH YOU THE BEST GRADE OF GALVANIED ROOFING AT AN ATTRACTIVE PRICE. Buy the best It cost no more to put on n good roof than n bnd one. J. (Sosney's. CONN BROS. "Live and Let Live Folks." IE 3( JLJE3 Year. DC IE Baptist Church News DC Last Sunday was a day of blessing throughout. The ami inspiration pastor's report of the Convention was well received and furnished abundant reason for thanksgiving for what Ood i doing in every department of our church work on the home and foreign field. The out look for the present year I bright, with increasing evidence of returning prosperity. The outlook for the work on the local Held is promising. Loyalty to our Master, to the task in hand and consistent team work in all our undertakings will mean the most pros- perou year in the history of the church. Shall we work and pray to this end? The Cadillac car was chaffeured to victory in the auto race by Lillian Estes and her class of girls. They reached New York several mile in advance of the other car, and were given hearty applause for their splendid work. They will now return and assist in pulling some of the other car to New York. Our attendance last Sunday was not up to standard, however, and we need to "take a brace" for more strenuous effort. to reach our goal 200. The service Sunday evening va of unusual interest. Prof, llaird brought us a great message, and the quartet of young ladies and gentle men won the heart of all by their wonderful rendering of several (Jos-psongs. On next Monday evening, June 5th, the Senior Class of Herea College comedy enwill present a four-ac- t titled "Clarence" in the Lancaster School Auditorium. This entertain- ment will be given under the auspices of the it. Y. P. U. llerea College very kindly granted permission for the young people to come, and all lovers of good wholesome amusement will no doubt show their appreciation by their presence at the auditorium next Monday evening. Head our ad- vertUement elsewhere In this issue. Lest we forget Noxt Sunday is reception service day. How about that church letter? Dig it up if it i in your trunk or elsewhere, un used, and rcdedlcate yourself to the for Lord by presenting yoursulf church membership next Sunday. The pastor will preach his monthly sermon to the young people. The Lord's Supper will be administered at the close of tho morning service. The II. Y. P. U. service at tl o'clook followed by song service anil preach. ing nt 7:30. Members and visiting friends are cordially invited to our services. The Central Record $1.50 Issued Woekly. PajrabU in Advance. dcrstand how adequate security can be offered for such loans. .10 For Card, per .line For many years the women For all publications in the interest of individual or expresof this country have been desion of individual view, per manding equal rights with men 10 line .05 in the matter of voting and Obituaries, per line bankers and may advocate R. L. ELKIN't Local Editor and Mgr. them, but such concerns do not as a rule invest their own monEntered at the Post Office in Mail ey. The jjuillible public supKy., at Second-Cla.Matter. plies the "doiiRh" when it buys the bonds. And incidentally, Ftim AfJ.MTi.inc .oft .Air. International Banker slices I THE AMERICAN PRESS A55QC1AT1QN olf his full pound of llcsh by underwriting the bond issue. Ujcaster, il., Jbk 1. 1922 If we have any money to feed to the birds we can find Rates For Political Announeeuents. plenty of the feathery tribe in For Precinct and City Office. $ 5.00 our own yards. 10.00 For County Office Feeding, like charity, should For State and Diiftct Office. 15.00 .10 begin at home. For Call, per line J. E. ROBINSON. Editor. International houses bond Lan-caste- n ...... Jury service is one of the first duties of citizenship. It is one of the last duties the average citizen is willing to perform. Men of character and ability d nf tVio ntinll- ficntinn neeessnrv to the ren-- 1 dering of fair and intelligent verdicts will go to great lengths in order to evade service on a jury. At the same time they will criticise the verdicts of those who are willing to serve. The average man feels that he cannot afford to neglect his business interests in order to spend two or three days or a week in a jury box at small pay. The financial sacrifice such service entails is a barrier between him and his duty to his community. He forsakes duty in his efforts to evade the Bacriflcc. In too many cases this attitude fills the juries with men who are no tfitted morally or intellectually to perform their holding office. Man, realizing the justice of their demands, has conferred the right of franchise upon them. Is woman making the most of her newborn freedom and independence? She is not. The toy is becoming old, and rather troublesome. It does not appeal as strongly to her as it did when it was a forbidden article. This is to be regretted, for men of character had hoped that the women would aid in driving the crooks out of pub lic office. ficials feel duties without fear or favor. The result is spread broadcast over the country in the form of criminality that appears to be uncheckable and constantly on the increase. The law of nature requires that we reap as we sow, and even now the hum of the reaper is deafening in our ears. The Dixie Ice Cream nine, of Lexington, defeated the Hryantsvllle baseball squad here Sunday after, noon by n score of 15 to 0 In a slug, ging contest. Messrs. Lagan and Mauria Christopher, of Somen, Mr. anil Mrs. Letcher Christopher, of Lancaster, were guests Sunday of Mr. Logan Eliza lien. Ison and Ml Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Arnett, of Lex. Ington, Mr. nnd .Mr. J. W. Dismukc and tons, of Uurgin, Mr. and Mr. Louis llroaddut, were dinner guest. Sunday of Mr. and Mr. H. 11. Hul comb. Mr. J. H. Honer, of Le" anon, Mr and Mrs. T. A. Honer, of Lu.burg, another war, with industries easy work will not willingly re.The stomach regulate the condi- Mr. John H. Peters, of Mnckvilie, turn to long hours and gruel torn and disrupted, with tion of the blood and ! the fountain Mr. und Mr. McKlnney Moss, of Jessboring under the sur- ing toil and poor pay. Manu head of health or disease. Oct your amine were here to attend the furor-a- l of Mr. W. T. Swope. face, with hatred and distrust facturers and dealers who have tomach right by taking Tanlac. Mr. and Mn. A. T. Scott, Jr have to difficult to un- - reveled in sky profits will fight (It.) Stormes Drug Store. everywhere, it roads In a decision by the united Statu Railroad Labor Hoard Sunday Improving night. This averuge a cut of 5 cents hour in wages that run from !!s People who expected to see in 40 cent an hour. The three Un o Some people are perfectly the United States resume its ion member of the Hoard dissented. willing to feed millions of dol- normal status following the If other reduction now pending are put into effect it will mean the virlars to the birds provided war were disappointed. Those who pinned their tual wining out of the $000,000,000 they are other people's dollars. to railroad men in 11)20. Europe never tires of infc hopes to a slow but gradual re- awarded executive think this will Itailvvuy this country for adjustment are witnessing the open the way for employing 200,000 portuning great loans, while at the same vindication of their judgment. more men. The reductions. It i time they are spending their Neither wagos nor prices will claimed, are in line with the reduced cost of living, and, it may be added, own money on the mainten ever go back to the pre-wIn of 10 level. Men who have enjoyed with tne reduction week. per cent U ance of immense armies. All thi. freight rate last With Europe on the brink of a long taste of high wages and effective July 1st. Upright and honorable ofjust as keenly on this subject as do the laymen who are disappointed in the dwindling feminine vote. When the women are in strong force at J he polls the crooks and the professional branches have a hard road to travel. With women becoming indifferent and remaining at home on election days gang rule will become as firmly established as ever before. Pay Cut on 400,000 Women, as well as men, owe Railroad Men a duty to their country. That duty, having been as $48,000,000 Is Mashed More than sumed, should now be perform from the nav of 100.000 maintenance of way men at work for the rail ed. "Willie," as he was called by all hi friends was a son of Mr. and Mr. It. K. Swope and one of the most popular young men that ever lived here, and was widely known as his entire life had been spent here with the exception of the time he was in camp at llattisburg, Miss., and in service overseas, where he served 18 month. He was one of the first boy from (larrard to enlist when the U. S. entered into the World's War, Hi friends were counted by his ac quaintances and of all of the tragic deaths that have ever happened here, none has ever cast n deeper gloom and caused a greater sadness. He was in the prime of manhood as he wa just entering his 29th. year, He was the second son of Mr. and Mrs. It. K. Swope, by whom he is survived also by two brothers, Messrs. A. U. and Robert Swope and one ister, Mrs. Harry Edwards, who have the. sympathy of every one in their bereavement. Mr. Swope united with the Methodist church In early childhood and the funeral services were conducted at the home Wednesday by his pastor, ltev. A. P. Jones, of Wilmore, burial following in the Ijncaiter cemetery at three o'clock The pall bearers were: Messrs. Earl Wylie, Andy Croushorn, Thomas Henry Edwards. Fred Sutton, Sam Hal comb and J. Hogan Hallard. The beautiful floral offering bear mute testimony of the love and s teem to his host of friends to whom his death came at such a dreadful shock and to the sorrowing one who are left behind, the community mingles It tear and sorrow. Mr and Mrs. Russell P. Hrown were in Lexington Thursday. .Mr. R. P. Hrown was In Louisville a few days thi week on business Mrs. Carter Sellers, of Nicholas-villwa the recent guest of Mrs. C. M. Dean. Mist lona Campbell and Mr. Jacob Ruroslde spent Sunday with friends at Cartcrsville. Mr. and Mrs. Ooebel Hallard, of Hazard, are here for a visit with Mr. Florence Hallard. is at home Miss Thessa Wod from Asbury College, Wilmore, for the Summer vacation. Miss slay me Lee Hallard returned home Monday after n ten days visit with relative in Lexington. Mr. Steve Halcomh came over from Paris a few days ago and hat been visiting friends here. Dr. and Mrs. H. H. Montgomery nnd children, of Paint Lick, were guest Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. J. W, e, Just phone 20J and you'llfget It. GURREY & GULLEY taken rooms with Mr and Mr. (' M. Dean and have gone to house Cracks at Creation. keeping. The many friends of this Evil doers howl mightily when they popular couple are delighted that are done. they have decided to locate in this Life, for some, is what they don't community. Mr. R. K. Swope left Wednesday make of It. for Minnesota, on a business trip, 'Ti a wise speaker who knew a and upon hit arrival received a mess. when to keep still. age telling him of the sad death of his He son, Mr. W. T. Swope. Ufe Is one long dream of thing started home Immediately and reach. that never materiaHie. ed here Tuesday night. The feilaw who heads the Mr. Hryan Hallard, who is fartory never lag behind. representative for the Firestone Rubber Company, of Akron, Ohio, I A vain man fortunate, He with headquarters in the East, was doesn't have to admit it here this week for n short visit to Keep in touch with the world if you hit mother. Mr. E. II. Hallard. Mr. Hallard says he has found business don't want to be "touched." very good. His many friend here Keep moving. The world won't were delighted to see him. stand itill ami wait for you. Is your appetite Jaded? I your Life consists of a hit of things that digestion poor? If so, Tanlac is we think we know and a few that wc what you need. do. ' Stormes Drug Store. (It.) Heforc pointing an unloaded gun Skirts will be higher and waists at your fricsxl first try It on yourwill be lower, so the modern dress- self. er's motto will be, "save the surface and you save all." That's why paint Even a noisy tongue serves a good and rouge have had an unprecedent purpose. It proclaim an empty sale this season. head. Humorous speaker ate After all, wisdom it nothing but understanding put to good use. experts at letting us know laugh. Don't let that miserable tired feci. Yes, tho world owe you Ing become a habit, (let rid of it today by taking Tanlac. but it expert you to get Stormes Drug Store. grub for It. (It.) generally when to a living, out and MOWERS and llryant. Mrs. K. J. Hrown has returned to her home at Stanford after visiting her tR, Mr. R. P. Hrown and Mrs. Hrown. Mr. Chenault Ruble i able to bei out after a two week' illness from the effect of his recent automobile Hay Rakes Let us deliver to you accident. The Ladies Aid Society realized quite a neat llltle sum at their Ice Cream and Strawberry Supper last Tuesday night. Mr. and Mrs. Walter T. Arnold ore upon the receiving congratulation arrival of a handsome son born last Sunday. He ho been named W. T., A John Deere or Walter A. Wood Mower A at the lowest and best price. Jr. Steadily heavy crop necensi-tatc- s your using particular care in buying the host Mower on the mnrket. Hotter Hakes than the Deering, John Deere Steel or Push Hakes cannot be purchased. OUR PRICES ARE THE BEST. ar The House of Standard Merchandise. m HASELDEN BROS. LANCASTER'S BIGGEST STORE. 2 SECTIONS 10 FAGES THMTUTMIRD YKAR THE CENTRAL RECORD. LANCASTER, KY.. THURSDAY AFTERNOON, JUNE I, 1922. IWAR FINANCE SECTION 2 8 PAGES NUMBER 8. MAMMOTH CAVE jNpv Entrance Found by pany Drilling for "Onyx" Majority of Have Stomach Underground rivalry for exhibiting America's greatest hole In the ground tt4i future pc rsiblllty lays a Glasgow special. .Monday after a year of secret pre paration, Morrison Cave really a new entrance giving access to 50 miles Lexington, Ky., May 'J5 Kugene of Mammoth Cave was opened to the Meyer,Jr., managing director of the publ-.r- . war finance corporation, spent yesFor more than n year workmen of terday In l.exingti as the guest of the Morrison Development Company the Durley .Tobacco (rowers' Co- have been drilling three miles from operative Association, lunched with the cave. They were seeking nn 'the officers nnd directors of the as- onyx vein everyope understood. sociation, purchased three Kentucky Hut the drilling ceased; workmen . M. Jones of carried awny their tools. saddle hones from It was with S'orth Middletoun, delivered an ad- surprise the country-sid- e learned that dress on the aid given tourists .and not onyx was the treas marketing associations in the United ure sought. The "mine" had sudPublic Square Phone 20 States to an audience In the ballroum denly become fifty miles long. of the I'hoenix Hotel, conferred with I'romotcr "of the new cave project representatives of the war finance claim to hold leases. na lengthy corporation In Kentuck; and left for portion of the cavern, including pastures. on Drop Lighted Ci- with permanent bluegrass from the Chattanoogatake n tour of the South, Cathedral Dome, shown, but alleged, l.ambs which are kept free htm to Atlanta, and not owned by the Mnmmoth Cove sur which will worms by these preventive measures will include n numberofconference vcy will be closed until their hold on Wooden-Floo- r will be ready for market much earlier with representatives of ings are fully proved. than those which are troubled with marketing associations In several of The new entrance Is 300 yard them. the southern states. from the Cave City Mammoth Cave "If the sheep become Infested with Mr. Meyer declared before hi road. The company plans a half Don't throw away your cigar or the worms, they must be drenched. nt the I'hoenix Hotel that million dollar hotel and othVr con when crossing a bridge with copper sulphate, oemmonly known a cigarette .. if the war finance corporation veniences. The underground holdings a wooden floor, advises the Hureau being best for this. One- - h,j not fu confl,jcnci. j, the h have already been "provided with elec. of Public Itoads of the United States a pound of the- - pulverized would hove trie lights and many walkways. Agriculture. It may material is dissolved in n pint of mi.nt in Kentucky there Department of (Iou(ll ,m thnl ,con attrT bcef) tart a fire that will destroy the boiling water and enough water add. he naj ..., ,... ,ncn.,i ,,. nmonir BLIND GIRL bridge. ud to make three gallon. This is the eni,r. of the ossociAtion nnd who Many uch firet arc started. Most sufficient to drench 100 ailult animal, compofl. (, ,oard of directors. Colors by Smell, Heads of them are put out with small dam each one being given three ami one- president James C. Stone presided Tells age, but occasionally n Jarge struc- half ounces of seven level tablespoon- - al thp afternoon meeting at the I'hoe Newspapers With Fingers ture u iletroyed. It seem strange ful. Lamb receive hair this amount. nlx hoU, lv pijJ trimlte to Judge by fire, but hrat from a burning floor It is necessary to keep the sheep on Ilingham ns the 'obacco 0i),rt lllue'i U'lllet Huggin's favorite may cauie the destruction of the fee.! for 12 hours Deiore urencmng Krow,.r, fnirid. Ju'Ik'' Hlnghnm was color, although it does not have as uhole bridge by softening; the break- and care also should be taken t;ot to rh,.ri,. for n minute before he eould pleasant a smell ni some other colon. ing of one weakened member will strangle them while the drench I be- introduce Mr. Meyer, the audience It iimells like ink. Hut Miss Huggins cause the whole span to drop Into ing given. Details of controlling rising. wh6 Is 17, deaf and sightless and a the river. On Kimr large bridge a stomach worms may be obtained by, pupil of the Wisconsin School for the Judge Ilingham Speaks watchman i kept to guard againit writing the Experiment Station." Judge Ilingham told of the meeting Mind, says she doesn't mind the way this danger, and iit a dry season lire Kllzabcthtown Hogs of the growers athe had been told bluf smells It's a pretty color. Miss have been known to oreur almot Will All colors smell differently, Monday. He said daily that similar condition existed jn all Huggins explained, after giving n reA committee composed of a repthe other counties, that the growers markable demonstration before the resentative of the bureau and repreare satisfied, and that they would Chicago Medical Society. 'not return to the old way of selling "Oreen smell like glass," she ex sentative of the National Hoard of Fire Underwriter, the lumber and finance corpora-e- d plained, although she didn't say just all " Is a soft, oily fat on a hog. produc creosote industry, and the Engineert Immense aid to the what glass smells like; "blue smell by feeding peanuts, a character!- - H0" engiprominent growers, not only in aiding in like ink; pink like wool; black smells ing be Inherited and that I tic that can financing of the second payment like it "newspaper and whit really neering magatine, ii now Investigat- will nersist Tegnnlless of the mature ing the subject and considering the of the ration fed the offspring? in part, but in the credit isreuring has no smell." read best means of protection. The barking to nial is one of the Interesting ques- of the association from the the war paper girl was able topassing news her headlines by such an Institution as tions to be Investigated by the UntAgriculture finance corporation In the orderly finger over the page, an dcould dis ied States Department of Sheep tinguish figures In newspaper picture at the experiment farm at Deltsville, marketing of its crop. Mr. Meyer, in his address, said it by smelling the amount of Ink on Md. Hoth the bacon and lard types Worms positions of the picture will be used, the former to be repre was probable that the war finance different Practically every flock of sheep In sented at the start by 4 Tamworthlcornora'on would be continued fori She "saw" one picture with four Kentucky Is infested with stomach ami the latter by 4 Poland China 'another year and said that recommen-- 1 women, and picxeu out a woman wun illation had been made by his office, gray hair accurately. worms, according to L. J. Horiacher n. In charge of sheep work at the ColKrnm weanlnir time until their first ln connection with pending legislation I She demonstrated that she could However, by litters are weaned these 6 gilt wlll',nat would liberalize the attitude of, heir a lecture or an orchestra con- lege of Agriculture. n Dy nonung a sneei oi paper in usjng proper preventative measures, be grown and fed on a peanut ration. government financing toward the the air and she can hear over the tele- farmers can keep the infection from From the time of weaning their pigs ricultural producers. Mr. Meyer was accompanied by O.I phone by putting her fingers over becoming very serious and send their will be fed on some hardening ration, lambs to market in prime condition, such as corn and tankage; and will C. enderson, of New York, general :, the receiver. She can tell the de he pointed out. bs compared with a check lot of pigs counsel for the finance corporation, nomination of a bank note by feel "On the Kentucky Agricultural Ex- whose dams were fed on hardening nnd Floyd It. Harrison of Virginia, ing the number. Willetta, well pro periment Station farm we have found feeds Instead of peanuts during their assistant to the mannging director. portioned and attractive, has bobbed that rotation of pasture is one of .development anil gestation periods. He was met at the station by I'resI-de- her hair. Stone and Judee Hliu'hnni and the best means of prevention. When- When the pigs have been grown out ever possible, ewes and lambs are and finished, some of each lot will spent the morning visiting places of chanred to fresh paturcs every two be slaughtered to determine whether historic intereit In and about Lexweeks from the first of June until there is any difference In the car ington and seeing the famous race the lamb are marketed, it has been casses; that is, if the peunut ration horse, Man o' War, nt llinnta farm. USING MORE CERTIFIED SEED Plan Approves found that if the pastures are kept fed to the mothers has made it more "We have loaned millions of dollars In tome Southern States where po in good condition ,the infestation will difficult to put a hard tlesh on the marketing nssoci' tatoes are an Important crop, grow to not be a serious as it Is If, the grass offspring with corn. ntions,'' said Mr. Meyer, "and our ers are taking nn increasing interest Is kept cropped short. man he Is a relations with them have been satis- in certified seed, but acording to State .Never tell another "Itape, oats, clover and vetch all factory in every wny. The business officials and representative of the make excellent crops for alternating fool. The truth is often offensive. requirements of the war finance cor- United States Department of Agri with poration have been met by them like culture, who are the best and oldest established cor- them, special legislation is necessary porations in the country. to prevent local seedsmen from sell mar- Ing ordinary seed stock or even table "I believe that keting has been the salvation of the stock as certified seed. Many growers now recognize the southern cotton situation, and 1 hope ft will do as uell for the tobacco value of superior seed und are will grower as It has for the cotton pro- ing to pay ii premium for it, but they ducers. are discouraged by fiVuds prepetrated "There is no better collateral for upon them by unscrupulous dealers. The lot of tobacloans than good American staples. However, the farmer may protect co by hail in this when properly warehoused and prop themselves to n great extent if they and oilier tobacco Hales wilhin tho erly inspected on a reasonable valu- will look for the certification tag tail five year has ation. Not only are they good colfcit-er- which should be on veery sack of cer tun up into mil for DO days, in my opinion, but tified seed potatoes. With this tag lion of dollar wilh only a mall part covered by Insurance. as long as may be necesary for pur- to start front it is possible to trace Yst, the amount of insurance teceivetf by grower who bad the poses of orderly and gradual market any lot of teed back to the grower fomight thu lo protect themstlte against such lot, wa enormou and hould maka every grower not only feel tha ing." or dealer who put it up. necessity of insurinii hi tobacco Crop against hail ttorm Ion Xot only the growers, but many but lo da that vary thing and do it at once. Summer weather feels good again of the seed dealers have been ImDr. Samuel II. Ilalley, of tha What ur. miley says: Uuil TBUtI1 Grower.' Co- until it begins to feel worse. pressed with the importance of get- operative Association., upon congratulating an insurance com, ling In nothing but the best seed. lowering it rate on lobaccai hail jimurance, aaid. nany on Get all of the enjoyment possible. This year . carloads of certified Within tha period that I hava had hail' insurance I have had out of this life. It may have to last seed potatoes, all of the Triumph four levera loss. Tha money 1 received exceeded consider you through the next. ably what I paid in, to say nothing of my peace of mind that variety, were planted in Loulsana advoI, hava alway I wa fully protected in cat of a storm. punish- alone. Twelve carloads came from It is quite proper for the cated carrying hail insurance on tobacco without which every Nement to be in proportion to the crime, Wisconsin and 10 from western urower take a chanc to lose all. With it he can, in safety, go crop which requires, a doe Into tha business of producing important part Is to have it braska. It Is claimed that by (he but the tobacco, o much labor, lima and money. e seed the yields use of this overtake the criminal. Now that tha Durley Crower hava gona into an organisation In tliat State are being increased 40 to hand4 their busineta in a modern economic business like Don't read an advertisement in this bushels or more an acre over that way, I no reason why all grower can not take out insurance paper unless you are willing to learn of much of the seed formerly sold on the reduced rate tha companies are' now quoting.' chants kdo not spend their money there. Look up tha insurance agent in your lection now, and let him you against the loss of your tobacco. I'olicis affective something worth knowing. yrotect noon. Keep your heart pure and .your for the take of. teeing their mind will keep Itself busy, . names tin print. FEESH VEGETABLES GROCERIES MEATS SGOtt & Ruble HEAD PRAISES Eugene Meyer, Jr. Spends Bu.y Day In Lexington on Tour of Southern Marketing Associations Don't gars When your phyticSan hands you a prescription, atk him if you should not bring it to OUR drug store to be filled. He wjll tell you, "yes." The physicians of this community have learned that we fill their prescriptions exactly as they direct. We alto have all of the modern necessities. But we have articles for the healthy as well as for the sick. For anything in the drug store line, Come to US for it. sick-room Bridget , blu-ston- move-fourt- McRoberts Drug Store Virginia Banks AID FARMERS TO PURCHASE PURE-BRE- SIRES Breed of Soft Result From Peanut Feed J The banks of Charlottesville, Va., are with fanners of the surrounding county in obtaining pure bred sires. Acording to reports received by the United States Department of Agriculture, if a farmer will sell his grade or scrub sires and pure-breanimate, the banks supply the necessary funds to cover d pur-cho- se sire the purchase of the pure-ber- d over the amount rcceivedsfor the inferior animal. The loan Is made on the basis of a year's time. Sentiment among bankers regarding the use of pure-bre- d live stock in practical farming operations appears to be growing more favorable, and the attitude of the Charlottesville banks is evidence of this point. I'ure-bre- d tires of good quality, as shewn by Information .obtained by the Hureau of Animal Industry, increase the earning power of herds and flocks In which they are used. New-Kecor- d. "LET CLARENCE DO IF WHAT? n, with wholesome laughter, at the -SCHOOL AUDITORIUM, LANCASTER, MONDAY NIGHT, JUNE 5th., AT 7t45 A four act Comedy nrrantfcd by Booth Tarking-toto be presented by the Senior Cla9S of Berea College, under the auspices of the Lancaster P. Y. P. U. A'high class play at popular prices. Adults 25 cents Children up to 12 years 15cts. DO NOT MISS 1T1 CURE THE BLUES ag-jce- i People wholead the procession Speak of the devil, and half of the town wonders If you are becoming have no. time to look back, gaiuefowws personal. Speak well of your friends if you Well filled pocketbooks are often like some heads. There is nothing don't wont them to tell the truth about you. of value in them. The events of the night before America Is rolling in wealth, but a lot of Its citizens are not doing any generally stand out most forcibly the day following. of the rolling. We understand now why charity Do not spend tub much time looking for soft berths In this life. It begins nt home In so many cases. may unfit you for the hard one in the First contributions are often the smallest. life to come. nt iSouthem Potota ' Growers Hail Destroys YOU CAN BUY DEERING OEERINB DEERING Millions of Dollars BINDERS, ofGet Yours Any Day Ibbocco May al MOWERS, DUMP RAKES, SELF --- 0EERING SWEEP RAKES, Peering Twine, Deering Repairs. From high-grad- WALKER BEOS. Successor to Goodloe & Mer-mere- ly Walker Bros. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky.. Thursday, June Weather Bureau To FurnliK t 1 , 1 922 UOJJXJJl'I I'IZJI'I-- -' Court to Alrmtn Little Mitt Emory Br MYRA C. LANE r i hi ltU. Wiilii. Um.s "Did )ou ste that In the paiterl" asked Sulplien, the oldest boarder, pointing ton pit rn grit ph. "You wouldn't remember Tltis McCurthy, but I remem-tie- r him well. Thirty jetirs he's served dear, ilearl" Ho clucked his tongue against tho roof of tils mouth. Thirty )ear. Mis Emory. Itlg slice out of n man's life. Isn't It)'' "What illd he do)" asked little, faded Mls Emory, the chool teacher. "Why, this McCarthy vvus the mot notorious doperadu In tho West, hut tt miis In Trenton they got him. He'd gone home mother was dying. (Juccr streak In n fellow like that. Ami that's how the hIIiv got their ham! on him. "Odd thing, hut there was ijulte n public reaction In his favor. Tor on thing, he'd never In ken u life. And, for another, then wus u girl believed In hlni. Appears she'd stuck to him through thick and thin, and snore she'tl wait for in. Hut I guess that sort of hem ain't much In jour line, KiiHMry !" Ho suilled at tho proelw little mlddli-t- il hitly as ho put the liewuivr dofeli. "Well, t guess the ian!oti Nxinl did tho rigid thing." snld llnrrK "McCarthy won't go on the ratuiuigo nciilii." "I guess not," niivverod Sutphoii. "He'd lo unite iimong luixlcru In vent Ion. Cosh. I lHt he' never seen a skyscrnMr. nor ued tho telvl'tiie, nor rlihleii In an nutt-tir- . Oil. I guos his das raro over." "I saw In tho puM-- he'd said he wit going to take up funning," said Miss . Kmory Tanning, huh? Well. I guess that ain't rlmrnre-- r much," said Sutphon. "Mighty tpioor sort of iielKht-o- r to have, though. 1 should snyl I tlldn't se. asi Ihltig nlxmt that girl, Ihnugh. U there's a girl willing to wait thirty your until her swiHhenrt comes out of I ho ieii, lead me to " Ml l.mory smlttil; did llnrrK Nobody wnstoil much sympathy on McCarthy. After till, ho had got what ho deserted, and ho was mlchty fortunate n bit of freedom ho tlleil, to McCarthy stepped out of his cell for tho lust time und stnle teldo tho gunnl to tho warden's oltleo. Tho warden met hi in at tho tloor and grapod hi hand rorttlally. "Clad you're gtdng. old man." ho said. "Ito good to jourself. No nesnl tn hand you tho Kirtlng guff. eh. Tlm7" Tim smllel. Ho Mill stood straight as an arrow, despite hi lined faro and hair. "I gue the goln's nil right for mo," ho mill. He glniiceil Impiltinely at tho oltleo, and thoyartleii noahlml. "It's ail fixed. lleeno and all." ho said, "anil tho mayor's prlrnto car's nt tho ilixir. Ho said that was tho least you could ilo. All you've got to tin Is to Imp III. and vxti'll Ih on vour own hotnosteoil Inside of four hours." MrCurthy nodded buck, and steppo A wtiuian tit nlxiut Insldo l lie olllt-o- . his own ago was vvnlllng llifro. Sho was rlotheil In n soft fittrit gruy, whlrli shiiwetl up her clear skin, dell- cnto features and graying hair. Tim rlaspeil her In his unm and sho laid her head iimii his boulder. i real, Tim." sho "It tloosii't ohloil. "Cheer up, sweetheart," whlp'retl Tim lu her oar. "Wo need ever)' ount-of our oounige." him In ulurni. Mho liMikotl at for, Tim?" sho stiimineml. " grlnneil "To balk tho Tim. Ho had sxken truly, for Tim's had tlreil tho city's Inuulnutlon, und their upenmnco at tho git to of tho penitentiary was the llfmil for tho snapping of Imiiiluenihle riiuiru. When ut Jengtli thtt cur rolled uvvay. mobs purkoil tho streets. Tho entrance to tho license room was guurdo-- l by o pollceuieii, but Tim had to clear u und his bride by sheer for hlint-elforce. Nevertheless, It was u hnppy, smiling pnlr that finally emerged, again to run the gantlet of tho photographer. And now the Journey toward the city limits became a sort of triumphal progress, lined tho streets, cheerand thiiu-nti'- l. ing vociferously, so that their car could hurdly force Its atigo. Harris, who often lunched with Sulplien, wits wultlng for hlni ut tho corner of Main and Km, when tho auto Sutphen cuuitf laboriously along. Co 7 111 , 9 We have both the The Weather llureau of the United States Department of Agriculture, upon request by the United State Air Service, has begun n course of lecture on meteorology to pilot at I certain nvlatlon fields in California. Such n course ,it was felt should be adaptable to the region in which pilot do most of their Hying. The lecture would be necessarily few In numocr, onei ,wcn iiiustratctt wiw lantern illder, and mainly devoted to thoie phaie of general meteorology which nreof most concern in actual Hying. MWir Deering -- j MoGormick Binders and Mowers I I 1 I Get our prices before you buy as we can save you money on them. I Becker 1 - & Ballard I KENTUCKY. bulniM bM": , Acid phosphate ha m BRYANTSVILLE, An outline meeting with these re quirement i being followed, supple mented with suitable lantern slides, It cover, In 10 lecture, general meteorology, Instruments and meth od of observation at thtt surface and In hte upper level ,phyIcal proper tie of the atmosphere, including it vertical constituents, It tructure, the decreaic of pr ensure with altitude, the change of temperature with altitude, and the change of humidity with altitude. The direction and I velocity of winds i to be itudied, ' thunderstorm, fogi and cloud, cy-- ! clone and anticycolnc, forecasting, j and feature of meteorology especially relating to aviation, strrssing the J importance of knowing winds nnd j weather along a Hying route before fa (light is begun. The course of j Iccturesswill end with a discussion of nnd climatc'in weather condition j California, in the region in which the nying i 10 oe none, ami ineir relai tion to aviation. I live well on little money buy food, how to know how THEY it and how totoeep it so that flavor and nourishment arc fully retained. That's the whole secret. No houwfc,for instance, would be without ice in early Spring. The weather is too changeable; the temperature is too warm. The food might not spoil so badly that it could not be used; but it would lose the appetizing flavor which makes cat ing a pleasure and it would have less of the nourishing quality which your children well-informe- d Some people Jtl. From now on, ice should be taken rcgu larly. It actually saves money. deerdi plat-Idly- BASTIN BROTHERS MEMBER NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF?CE INDUSTRIES rW(ni W Puno. FwU VCtitht, CocJ Senkt hl Bourbon Poultry Romotty ar the,,r, With the organisation of four Junl.!""" f iw drop In ("U'l K t -- i..k. ......1, in building work, County m sissaisav drlnklc v.t.r IcKcnney ray. One community i Bfffffffk ana prrnu wmicm line of I nlnnit Nelson county, interest I AA tfnrtni1fft disrrbo. (MimijIBPJi It,,. ar .ml otbrr rhkk activity conctinucs to increase among Kighty-fou- r per cent of the orchard farm bovs and irirls in that district. rhicki bwUhr. Don't wul until dl.ooM .IrlliM. tot It County Agent C. L. Hill say. The K'rass grower of Oldham county have, U.S mm c. UU tml S I . S 1 1 M. Atdrottt.cbTmll po.tp.kl. county will have ten organized clubs, Jo'""' the recently organized Orchard j .as-- i this ' rass seen urowers with local community leader sociation, County Agent Cordon B. There's a lot of enjoyment on the year. farm for the fellow who doesn't have Nineteen Daviess county farmer Nance reports. Ilreckcnridge county farmers are to work it. who are with the College of Agriculture extension division uniting in a movement to eradicate in keeping cost nccqunts in their farm scrub sires in all classes yf live stock T. B. business are getting much satisfac- found in that district, it is reported. UY AREA PLAN tion from their records, it is report- Plans for a swine breeders" associa- IS SUCCESSFUL ed. Each of the record keeper took tion for the purpose .of stimulating In addition to systematic eradicaan inventory of his farm equipment interest , In pure bred hogs, which will organize with the tion of cattle tuberculosis by the early in the year and will continue the farmers plan, interest In the the record keeping for at least one help of County Agent H. M. Greene, lent-l- y year in order to determine the value mark the latest development In the "area plan," as It is called, has developed in many States, accord- of putting their farm operations on a movement. ing to the report issued by tho United State Department of Agriculprogress during describing ture March. The eradication of tubercuBest way to pay for HOME. Best InrtsliBtnt for SURPLUS FUNDS losis under the comprehensive plan generally includes a county as a unit and all the cattle In the county are The report show that in tested. on City Property only. States where the eradication work was concentrateil in certain localities Ask the man who has payed for his home In an effort to wipe out the disease entirely, n great many more animals through the Building and Loan Association were tested than in State where the? urea plan is not yet followed to any appreciable extent. In the one month, Nebraska, working on tho area plan, tested -- 1,000 Miss Sue Shelby Mason, Scclj-TreiJ. E. Robiaso D,Presiden L cattle. A number of other StaUs made high record as a reult of the concentration of effort in a few counties. During March, Michigan test-e- d taken not to spray them while they 10,817 head; New York, 1.1,070; Seasonal Tips are in bloom as this decreases the Missouri, l'.!,7U'J; Indiana, 11,933; amount of fruit which the plants pro- Wisconsin, 11,778; Iowa, ll.'JOOjand duce. Tennessee, 8,155. The total number In Kentucky the second planting About June 1st., is the time to tested in all the States during the of ilme beans, string beans, late car- make the second planting of water- month was 'J'.B,77ti. rots, sweet corn and tomatoes should melons in Kentucky. Tom Watson The area plan of testing is u valuIs an especially good variety be made by June 1st. for able supplement to accredited-heritegardless of weather tomatoes are planting at that time. work which has resulted in the eradiKqual part of lime and cation of many thousand head of staked or unslaked, it is a gooTl plan to go ovur them about every tun days tomato dust mixed together and tuberculous cattle nnd the establishand remove suckers. This conserve sprinkled around cucumber, melon ment of more than 13,000 herds acthe strength of the plant, for fruit and squash plants acts as n repellent credited as free from disease. production. The sucker may be re- to the striped cucumber beetle which There are now more than 305,000 by using the already s reported to be giving unit' accredited cattlu in the country; over moved satisfactorily thumb und foretinger or a sharp, trouble, gardeners at the College of 1,250,000 tested once and found free Agriculture say. Tobacco dust mny of tuberculosis; more than 12, 133,000 knife. When tomutoe are sprayed for in- -' be obtained by grinding tobacco under supervision: and about 108,000 sects and diseases, enre should be stems. on the waiting list. Wisconsin leads in number of accredited cuttle with 30,183 and Minnesota follows with 33,7511. However, the rote at which (the work Is going on in some other States, these two will have to keep very busy to stay at the top. i Farm and Home New Over Kentucky in-th- is .creaed consideration received from Fleming I . hi-r!- ITU, fS Radio Weather Reports yr I .r. Fighting Cattle close-cropie- Inm-Krn- $1,000 TO LOAIN ms-ii- Lancaster Building & Loan Ass'n s. observed at 8 A. M. or 8 IV M., an t serological observations taken in the TO UE ISSUED ON GREAT LAKES morning or afternoon of tho date of distribution; the message will Include Following the establishment of tho also a synopsis of geperal conditions, Pacific coast rndio weather reporting wind and weather forecasts for the storm warn-- J program by tho Weather Hureau of l upper and lower the United States Department of ings for the Lakc-s- , and flying weather Agriculture in March, this sorvico has forecasts for aviation cones extend been extended since April ISth. for ing between wettern New York, the benefit of shipping and aviation northern Ohio, and Indiana nnd weston the (Irtsit Lakes. This completes ern Kansas, Nebraska and the Dako- the service to all shipping interests jtas. Local bulletins will be distnhu-- j toil at various times during the day In waters about the United States I In the Atlantic, Culf of .Mexico, Pa- from the naval radio utations at Mich.; ltutfalo, N. Y. ; Chicago. cific, or dreat Lake, oretofere this type of service was only in operation 'III.; Cleveland, Ohio; and Daluth. Ships may call upon any of along the Atlantic and Gulf coasts Minn. those stations for weather reports, and in the Caribbean Sea. In a circular available to those In- warnings, or forecasts. Copies of an terested this new service is described appropriate bao map for the plotting in detail. Twice daily, at noon and of weather data may be obtained free 11 JO I'. M., seventy-fift- h meridian by vessel matters from any Weatltar time, between April loth, and De- Hureau station un the Crest Lake. cember 20th., the (treat I.ake4 Naval Jealousy is an Involuntary Radio Station will broadfasl on meters wave length a message t whWh one person pays to giving surface weather conditions as I "Wh-vvh:- photoi-niphers,- For Gardeners "tiiuiiinr m m pas-sag- d f snow-aow- n i this ''A 1 d You've probably fecn Purina Double-Development could never make monry-bsc- Guarantee time after time. Surely by this time you mutt feel that the Purina Mills thtittide-opn- , guatintcc unlets Putins Chow i do cxsctly si lh guarinltc ttsiet, k The Best Pau Best i The Wtifc i EXCURSION "Sorry to b so late," ho punted "This d- - n mob's the worst I seen since llurtllu's electloii." Suddenly he graffiti Harris by ihounn. "Snakesl" he ejaculated. "Am I seeing 'em ugiiln, ur who's that beside Tim McCarthy?" Harris' eyes won popping out of Hifir orbit- -, "lly all that's holy!" ho guiped. 'MIss'Klnory !" Purina Double-Development Guarmntf Purlns Chicken Chowder and Putins llaby Chick Chow, led at diiected, ait gtursnterd to makt your chicks glow mice si (ait during the first sis necks as wnen ted grim Ireus, such as meal, stale bread, cricked wheat or other ceieils. (ail to prove this II statemtnt wt will rt- lund )our monsy. Reason CINCINNATI, and return via OHIO $2.85 mr kl THEY why They Are Best A new apparatus fur clearing "from rnllroud Irutks has heeu riw Type of Snow Plow. suovv t POWHA PURMAl $2.85 L, & N. Further reduction for children. WERE BRED IN OLD KENTUCKY Sunday, June 4th, 1922 Special train will leave Lancaster 5:39 A. M., returning will leave Fourth St. Station, Cincinnati at 6:30 P. M. Central Standard Time, (7:30 P. M. City Time.) For futher information con suit Local Ticket Agent. Let us tell yen what we have now READY FOR SALE. Dixie SANDERS tMpggBBSBEyyyy BROS. & Stock Farms. J. M. AMON, PROP. LANCASTER, KY.S (at.) lij' IajiiIs I'. Chliidno of Viiildreuil. Quelieo, Cunndn. Tho aiuinitus hns of u snow plow tho general but lusttsid of consisting of a plain V'Slmpcd plow It bus u series of cut tors detui'hahly mounted on Hie front onion ft tho plow. Tliese cutters ettcli havi it rectangular shank, tin tower end of which extends forward to locale tho cuttlug point In advance of tho plane of tho shank and rear tho imlrit whirl, wurdly to has a knife edge. This ennlJoM tin device to cut through tho Iro und crusted snow ultlrleiitly. Tho devlcs bus been udiipltil us a stiiudaril otn fit one of the large Cunatlluu rsll WU)t. mm ASS IsUY CHICKEN CHOWI Isicsicsist OSSS New Ordtr (tMcnrtto) N CsttMSMSSsI for HUDSON & Sale by FARNAU, Lancaster, Ky. BECKER & BALLARD, Bryantsville, Ky The Central FUcord, Lancaster, Ky.. Thursday June ! 1 , 1 922 nl,t Pl'iar. "I aln'r firateln' noun coal Kiih, rutnlnnllrrljr, "but Hit I got t' nay, rf ny IxhIjt'cj sot n chicken kin outrun me on n tlurk night, tint chick, rn ntn me mmi) ipr Inter. Ilat a Can Itat 'Em. LIVESTOCK NEWS PUREBRED FEMALES GAINING In Rheumatism hrt 3 crT at 60 Rkta Lexington Herald de-nir- es (Irtliiintlrk. nioiid JIIpIiiIi Jnrkain.M KIcb S.S.S.TIisrofhlr BOf . Tliiiet-IMM'iitr- Central Kentucky's great morning ncwupnper, to cnll to the attention of the people of Lancaster and surrounding territory that there is a special ruck run for the belie fit of its subscriber and paper reaches you in early morning hours. The price of The Lexington Herald by mail for one year, DAILY AND SUDAY IS $7.50; DAILY ONLY FOR ONE .YEAR IS $6.00 Striking Dtvtlepmtnt rtdtral. Stats Famout Arrtrlcan Trtct. Campaign for Llva Stock The Chnrter unk of llnrtfonl. Conn. Improvtmsnt, In the lull of whltii llie enlnny' chnr. ter n hhlilfii liy Cflptaln Wmliworth, Unllxl nut.. aiirtitttl until 1S.V1, when n storm irifrit tr lhf Asilcultvr.) lwpttmB ll. In AnnoiwIN, MiU then Noteworthy progren during the Inst In n Kiiar uhlch the Atinntmll) folk mm three months In the fiiteriil-atiittree. It mill Mnml roll t ho l.llM-rtpulgn for Improvement If reKturily nnil Rret-on the aiinpu of ported by IndusI'noer this treti try. Tnlled lint burenu of nntmnl of Ag St. John' rotleKi. States ttfpiirtment piitrlota of tin colony met nml mndo rlculture. Hid moil striking dcveloH their pronouncement" for freotlmn. hient Is the Increasing tendency for e llve-rtocn The ITerald Is delivered by carrier to your home at a most moderate rate. SUBSCRIBE NOW I At n fellow, freh younic unconTentlonal village In Amerfrom an ica. Ill) hoittea!, who knvw hln broth er well, trlttl to make him frvl nl home. "I hope, nlie alil, nn they int In the ilrnwltii: room, "I tin no lioe thin mum Im't toi cold for you.' "only," he nnaweretl. "I might have heeii In h II for 'S! yenni for nil the Icicle there are on ine." IaiiiiIou An Iinilon dinner party tfns an Th Quatt. Conversational Cement. At you say, Aurtilu, honeyed wnnil used Ik mend lirokre nri" Kftrn promise. -AffllCtlore, should be mure ntn'ous that our nttUrtltlis Ihh)i hcm-tl- t u thnn tidlly remote! I'm! Itirjr should l from "i Hubert Hull Wt nriil wine make the world en illrwtlrmn. rmintl lut In different snys thTlmei ( India Tlmt l why Iivp Love and Wine. tnerrliM life Is tiinti. supim-..-- ,! in r.lHr a Mttccd m p-Hear S O S. I ! with III cullnr thin.! In t ul. In thf SlStlll I'f VllltlKt'W 4apltit tiiiire Tilt' C'MhthI In looking at tin- - tettalt- Wtll, Old Ycu Evr. hImI tUIIHg lit llie ttcfll. trntlwr) Soft Muilc Aldi lha Olrla. ujr Unit umiidmn Mulc tun ! llli tlie ainl smtiiaai kit-- up to ilntt First Known Uit ef Ink. tuff, ll Is llie I lm t Jnxr. ami Hit jnc"'in- The ImrtMU f lanliinl uliti cninililaiislittT i( liquid which (iiii lit lltfii-)fnnil- i lliu l'lu) "Uiifti Vuu nml I UVrt Viiunc Ink Is ftuiul In the remdescribed nants of ancient K.'tpiimi rltlllta- - Mu:lt." iii tin itnsi"trtiili for tier nml caivt oiiullull) Into III Kjrn tlntl. nnd Die tin If Uh pli'lmbl) utMiut Clilnov or Indian Ink In a Hi tiiunlc tf forth. Tin mulc --,'") II, I tort 'ttiilt tlftinri lliul tin "hi tutit) known l Into limn In existence iiUitlt Mlnt Ink were black nml lirltic thu titnu lo the iifitkluc lliU time Tin tlitir Imso was carlton Pnttmhly sum. a Hit Mixiiiliiinia nerr tin, Mllunti . kot Joutmil. or tjrnUh um mixed with It lit-rk- I'. Null In lt llm this any "ti'l Tibh-- lgfil flea lire Hmmlcli uera. Identified, children's ixirty Cyril wns vioathletic during Porrldgt Maktt 5:o. Gturdy. Then was hii ominous witinil of 'rend-Ins,.( aiunlyf Una (itirrlitge tiiinl lie mn liurrltil nivny fur New light lm lioili nml litfii tl.ri'un iijh.ii this u bung," he ex- aulijt-c- t "I heunl repairs liy the illMnier) within the plained, "anil I wondered whnt It hitt few yearn tliut Mirrlilge limy hate wns. f tut when I ft'lt myself coming a llie myitlerlnuf atronc effect through I knt-tll lion i.ie." I.oinlon pltulthry glnnil which Isn ninull nrgnti at thu Ihim of the lirulii. itetfrtnlnlng our ol'i anil pliyaleal liinruiitTUtlcs, If litis little (iiemli-u- l faiinry M too The Rattlesnake. One of Hoeiworth'a young sprouts artlte we art liable to lietntiie gin ntn; wan coming home nlui twelu o'clock If ll ili not work hnrtl enougli we tli ntht-- night mi Hit south nnil. nml limy be Tom Thumb. Smite tliriori Just as lie cut ft en with tin- - unite now ni) (hut (Mirrlilge mnke IhegliitnJ yanl the engine wenj dead. Hut lie work In atich u way n to pnitluce the said lit cl " Mitrt'il when lm saw high rhft'k iHine ami tli'tllil IhhIIi-where be nun that he shook Hit; enr whkii uru the tniiletimrk of the Sttit. mi badly the tliirtittl old llilnc though! the inolnr was running, nml cutuu clear Codfish as Old as History. tit limn lie furt" l dlsctitcrtil lit CoINh la until to be the world'! SHcnvf ami luiontlnn Maga ' mni ltiiHirtant which meaiM the tint tire loor- -, mot iiiteli tlh. I'ew ,l lently s v TIl-HH- r s Itila-tuk- e. i inrllt ui lu. prolltlt' ll has mfrtel tlmt "tie wvlghlng 75 hiiiikN will nxitiiln titer IMmi.ioi eggt. The tnl l (rurllenlly otuultortius. Mmllii: tnemin in nipl'ly greiti achotil wbtreer ftMnl of any surt l fniiml. It l foiiifl ih tunny limit the pqrtti of the world tht-I m.-- l ! uld North American "bank tlint It bus btvn llitbttl fur b hulnT-me- n uliicv llie beof northern llurt'i ginning of recorded luotury mid, of rt ciitirne for unittunluble viuuiiei in miike wrltieii rtt mini nnls. r be-fu- llh users In iiulre tiun-brefemnle sttnk us well. In the nf Jiinuurj 1 In Mnrrh III of this year, UTO Hrwins flliil with the department signed enrollment blnnks, ImlorMtl by county ngrnts, showing the use of purebred slret excluUely for nil clnsvs of lUe stock kept. This number Is an Increase of --"I owr the pretlous Hint months mid Is nnrl) thrt'c times as many ns for the name period In llrjl. Although tins the department stressed rhletly the isc of purebretl sires, records of llie "Metier Sires, Hegradual ller Slock" enmpntgn show rise In the proportion of purebretl female animals. Including cattle, horses, swine, sheep, goats ami xiultry. The proportion of puniirttls to the total of femnle nnlluuls kept now exceeds !. per cent. A dttiliie In the proMirtion of scrub femnles In herds hetuleil by purhrcd sires iicniuinnletl the rise In purebred s. The greatest activity during the itlarter was In Ohio where ,Vt wen enrnlhtl more than half of the total. Ni'lirutka came stutmil with YVnlilngton thlrtl l.Ti enrollments, with 1111 and Kentucky fourth with A new stall. .Michigan, entered the cnmpalgn acthely. Virginia tins leen Hit iremler stnle slnct the beginning of the campaign from the stund'MiInt of persons participating Nebraska occupies llrst plnce In mini tier of animals being bred to ptirebn d sires. Ohln. which at the beginning of I,.. ...... ..- - J.fl. ...,..l...l H.I..I ..I.....1 I. n..... ....1. .Itlll. 'IHt and Is fast npproarhlng the eoun leader The returns from Urecn tiurebretl-slrtl 11 mt-so- Prtmbo1r'a mothr Is traffrlnr ta r.lihtl Tha arourc nf rhaumatlin h vrrecktxl htr lotr: llmptnr aa4 but utftrlnr. ttnt forward! she aatvl ths common tround, but still txlonfs to tha starsl TDoaa anybodr 8. H.B. la on of tha rrsatett bloodrurinra known, anl It htlr tiulM mora blood calls. Its Iclnal inrredlrnta ara purstr Ma. It nevtr dlsarrantes tha stomach. II Is, In fart, a splrnilld tonle, s. btaol maker, n Lloo.1 anrlchtr. It btnlshta rhsumatltm from Joints, muselca anl tha ntlrt Uxl)'. ft builds firm fluh. It la what ao ibt!ya mother ntada tonUhtt Mother, If you ran not ro out to ret a tiottfa of H.R.H. yourself, aurelr somclody in your family wltL Bomstodr, S't n bottls of B. H. H. now I someldys mother becln to feel Mayba, mayba Joyful ncatn tontfht Row tlsrlsaa yoa wHI fol, asattwr, It'a your mother! 8.B.U. la soUt at UaJI ffoao. th.a yaar rhomll Tha all ttrua store. In two sites. 0.S.S.dIL ll mm ba--4 yaa op.tMt Urctr alia ll tha mora economical. "S. S. S. is for sale at McRobcrts Drui; Store." ss hr ml vfU hl lt Vindicates tha Turkey. Early Learned Truth About Earth. Charges of luncny commonly pre. Kraitisibt nt- .1 lirtfk imithemn-tlcliferred ngultisi turkeys that nitie In living it. He wrote a with, train llebU m.iy be book on titiil IhhI sn n drawn folloAing slgnltlnilit evidence tierreptlnn ot the slmpe of theclear earth one fat that the homely birds before Cothai inure it.un I Tiki cricket In a whole Meld of grain during lumbus l.t Httirti'i-t- l t joursIt lm would be) the sennii llmt Hit) III llietiiiehes for in Mill I nun Spain to India Micrltice. A the ThunkitgUtii by gnlii2 nlwtiyn wixiwnnl. lie needed mnde lai fall or llie coiileuts of a no telewtiit' Mini nn chronometer to H typlctil loin's crop ;inweil And thul out Kniothenes meaauretl UiiuU crickets mid nine the tirciiinfifiMire the ' 'I kerneN nl ei.in rels Its clfl Hie priii-ipl- of Unit earili tin priv still Ilea at cose oti t.i.i.i) w i..ir vvldeiiiva In j til" tin sin of geotle-t- y Mult- -. i:..t. 1 gruss-hopptT- s. tr-ii- n- ; other ll. Capital $50,000.00 Surplus $60,000.00 Honor Roll Bank. 4 per cent paid on time posits. Call and see us. J. J. Walker, Preildent. V. V. I de- P. Champ, t. .lll'lll. I J. L. G. Davidson, Cashier. L. Gill, Assistant Cashier. V. F. Miller. Assistant Cashier. Mrs. Naomi Hamilton, Teller. 0. Hlfney, Asa't. to the Preildent, CITIZENS NATIONAL LANCASTER. KY. BANK. Corner Public Square nnd Danville Street. Have It Shine With Good Deeds. Hince life Is brief, let us try to mnka It bright. Iloslon Transcript. Perfect Alibi. obervnut nnd consequently well Informed for lilt A smnll boy. who Is ' FLOUR MILLS AND EQUIPMENT AT A Purebred I jr. 11 Dairy Cow. Helpful Thought for Today. What you must tin at lln-- t through font of character yntl v III later b) able lo do through force of babll. Iloslon Transcript lira Saturday, June 3rd, AT 2:30 P. M. 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 flour and good will. This isone of the best equipped mills in Central Kentucky beini? in a good wheat" and grain belt convenient to trade. The established brands of flour belonging to this mill are White Swan, George Washington and Liberty Belle. This mill property has a good elevator, with capacity 'to store sufficient grain and wheat to operate the plant. This mill is situated on the L. & N. Railroad, opposite the depot, in Lancaster, Kentucky. The purpose of this sale is to settle the affairs of the corporation of the Lancaster Flour Mills, Incorporated. TERMS, EASY, to be announced on day of sale or to be arranged to suit the purchaser. v unique result. There Ohio, show were ISO erson ersfillt-tl- . The live stock owned totaled 17 "' and nmong then there wus but one scrub, n sow. There was an abundance, however, of grades and crohrccds, Imllmllnc wblesprad ue of purebred sires In the county. Among the ten counties In the United Stntcs highest In numenrollments four ber of purebred-sirnro In Ohio. One of them, llnrdln county, Is second only to I'ulnskl county, Virginia. The ni'i't nrtlvt ctiuntles during t lit? three months' period were Hancock nnd Green counties, Ohio. Kittitas county, Washington, Olillinm county Kentucky, mxige county, Atiintskiu; nhd llardln ciunty. Ohio, rommeuts! reciiveti by the department from livestock uers show an Increasing uppn-- ' elation of the value of purvbretK Nu uit runs tllsiMiruls of grade sires to be replaced by purebretls are niMirtetl A"-- age. wns questioned by his molhet nbout n scratch she had Jut found on one of her pieces of furniture, lie replied: "I didn't tin that: can't yoc set US only a blrthmurk?" The Stork's Mistake. As Usual. "Oh. mother." said a little girl As usual, my monthly allowance had "there's a new baby over at run short. Home went telegram for Mrs. Hniwn's; hut don't you think the nwmcy, ns usual. Hack anno a stork meant It for Miss .lones. who for half tht; amount I asked for, us boards there! 'Cuusu Mrs, llrowu has usual. Hut I fooled them, for I had four children already and Miss Jones naked for twlcv thu amount I needed, hnsit't got a slnglo cue." Hostou as usual, IVniisyivunla Punch Howl. Transcript. 11 DVD GOOD TREATMENT PAYS BEST Meat Profitable Deef Animal Is One That Has Capacity to Eat and Produce Meat. W. ll. Piierx, professor of animal husbandry tit fnlverslt) farm, emplm sizes the fact that the most protltnhle biH'f nnlmnl Is the one that bus the ca paclty to eat and manufacture Into ttfff the greatest amount of feed, and not the om that can sublxt on the leant nnd ttooreM ration. Then lire thouMimU of two and thnv-- j ear-olbtvf cattle that can eat plenty of ft'eil" he sn'ys, "but itriny of them are not able to manufacture much beef out of It, largely btmuin' growth was. stunted, theli Ihelr vitality wiMkiiicd, and their lnvfy conformation ot through lurk ol proper and sttillclcnt feetl when they went calves. "Present high prices for cuttle and feed." miya Mr. Peters, "make It more dear than ever before that there urv protll from two ways of seeming hcvf faille; thnmgh the production typo ot of n good, iinlmul. untl by keeping down the ns of production to the minimum consist-enwith full dieloiiuent. d 11 well-crowt ID UI on IIP As Administrator of the estnte of Mrs. Amnmln Coy, I will Saturday, June 3rd, 19?? AT ONE O'CLOCK P. M. sell to the highest bidder to-w- it: Lancaster, Ky., all of her household and kitchen furniture, consitsing of the follow-inIn at her home place "; One dininir Room Table, Set Dining Room Chairs, one nice Side Hoard, Refrigerator, good as new; Kitchen Cabinet, Table, Cook Stove and cooking utensels, one Heating Stove, Nice Folding Red, Center Table, Davenport, C Rocking Chairs, one set Sows Need Exercise. In order that the sow-- may come tn farrowing tltue In proper thrift, It Is necessary that alio huve plenty of exercise. Save the Little Pigs. alt the piglets. A little April pig will crow Into n I'JO porker by October. W. H. BEOWN ' Sno Porch Chains and Porch Swing, Hall Tree, 3 Red Steads, 2 good Wool Mattresses, 3 Feather Reds, 3 Roisters, G Pillows, one nice big Dresser, 4 Druggets and a lot of Rugs, and other tilings too numerous to mention. . Terms made known on day of sale. This House and lot for sale privately, or will rent with immediate possession. ' kt X. ' TRUSTEE IN BANKRUPTCY for George O. Spoonamore and C. L. Zanone. A good plan la lo provide a creep lo which the pica may have accesa to tin-tie- Feeds for Qrowlng Pigs, S. M. TURNER, ftdmr. Phone No. 338-- F. com, enmnd oala and tankai LANCASTER, KY., R. F. D. 3. t DOWN GO THE PRICES OF DRY GOODS, LADIES READY TO WEAR, SHOES, FURNISHINGS THE MOST DARING MERCHANDISE SENSATION EVER HELD IN KENTUCKY Thirty Thousand Dollar PUBLIC BENEFIT SALE STARTS FRIDAY, JUNE 2nd. LASTING 15 DAYS HSEPH 1 STuR E LANCASTER, KENTUCKY $30,000.00 WORTH OF HIGH GRADE MERCHANDISE, CONSISTING OF THE VERY LATEST CREATIONS IN LADIES AND MISSES, AND CHILDREN'S WEARING APPAREL ASSEMBLED FROM THE LEADING FASHION CENTERS OF THE WORLD WILL BE DISTRIBUTED TO THE GOOD PEOPLE OF GARRARD AND ADJOINING COUNTIES FOR A FRACTION OF ITS REAL VALUE. tarts at Lancaster-KFriday, June 2nd, y innnnnnnnnW. InnnnnnnI nnnnnhnnnnh Thirty Thousand Dollar PUBLIC BENEFIT SALE STARTS FRIDAY, JUNE 2nd. LASTING 15 DAYS -- 4 JOSEPH'S BIG STORE LANCASTER, KENTUCKY 3" r 3 O OP ' IP SI. i ? LLh LLNB 1 1 iiiH H" 1 H 1 u ssw iv . mummuM mmnaiiiiiv jnnj 3j c PUBLIC BENEFIT SALE CO tO STARTS FRIDAY, JUNE 2nd, 1922 A BARGAIN EVENT THAT WILL GO DOWN IN HISTORY AS THE GREATEST EVER KNOWN IN THIS STATE AND WILL BE HAILED AS A BLESSING TO THE COMMUNITY Important High-Grad- Notice ' i JOSEPH'S PROCLAMATION: bear a message to you, a message so filled with human throbbing interest in every word and a stirring appeal in every line that you cannot help but welcome the opportunity it holds out to every man and woman in this community. The wave of prosperity that once swept this entire coun- ry has been halted. No mailer how plentiful monxy has been its now time to save and I am goinf; to uivi- - vim t clmiiii-- . Tli- - cif yimwlm I PUBLIC BENEFIT SALE FOR FIFTEEN DAYS, COMMENCINQ e thn (ire Uiru I mill Quality anil Low Prices is the standard of J Om tv i !. t S.t'c 1m. FRIDAY, JUNE 2nd. A -- 'n n tti t mt it, , Mi. r greater alues from us thanpuny other More and we take great pride in stating that they will not get disappointed, for we are determined to make thin the Greatest Bargain EVENT EVER ATTEMPTED IN LOCAL RETAILING. low a fictitious representation of merchandise evlR thinu is as represented. We are going to save the good people of this section thousands and thousands of dollars during this Great Public Benefit Sale. For never since the days of old when the dying king gave away his gold has there been anything to equal this most thrilling and amazing event. Be here every day during this bargain cele- LANCASTER, KENTUCKY This means that the magnificient stock of the largest and best department store in Garrard County will be sacrificed for the benefit of the public. Don't miss this great opportunity! bration. SALE STARTS FRIDAY, JUNE 2nd., LASTING 15 DAYS. Look for the large Red Sign in front of Joseph's Big Store on corner across from Court House. ALL GOODS WILL BE SOLD FOR CASH DURING THIS SALE' Sale Opens Friday, June o'r 2nd Look for the large Red Sign in front of Joseph's Big Store on corner across from Court House. ALL GOODS WILL BE SOLD FOR CASH DURING THIS SALE Store Closed Thursday, June 1st to Arrange the Stock and Mark Down the Prices, ALL AN OPPORTUNITY AT THE RIGHT TIME Ail Wool Plaid Skirtings, $1.95 values Public Benefit Sale Price $1.49 PRICES MUTE BUT CRUSHING PRICES SHATTERED DONT MISS THIS of Percale, .15c values Public Benefit Sale Price 10 pieces Silk Draperies, 1 yd. wide, $1.25 values Public Benefit Sale Price QUALITY AND PRICES SPEAK FOR THEMSELVES A SUPREME BARGAIN 15cU. 5 all wool Serge, navy, copenj "green and brown, $2.50 values Public-Benef- it Sale Price $L1 C9ct. Va blow to the high cost of living 72 inch Table Damask, $1.50 values Benefit Sale Price NOW OR. NEVER yd. wide Taircta and Satin, black, navy and brown, $2.50 values Public Benefit Sale Price $1.49 1 GET THEM WHILE YOU CAN Ladies high grade kid and patent Pumps, $10.00 values Public Benefit Sale Price $3.85 OUR LOSS IS YOUR GAIN Ladies Union Suits, 85 cent values PUBLIC Benefit Sale Price LOOK HERE WOMEN New Summer Hats, $5.00 and $7.50 values Public Benefit Sale Price 59cU. NOW IS YOUR CHANCE FOR THE OLD AND NEW HOUSE-KEEPER- S' s $1.98 Clark ONT, one spool Public Benefit Sale Price WILL START YOU THINKING 4ct. Rugs, 9x12, $29.75 values Public Benefit Sale Price AIR-PLAN- $19.75 Children's high grade Slipper, patents, brown and black, $2.50 and $55.00 values Public Benefit Sale Price A REAL SURPRISE white, $1.49 DONT WAIT YOU MAY BE LATE 54 inch wide, all wool Jersey, seasons high colors, $1.50 values Public Benefit Sale Price $1.98 A E Tatreta Silk and Serge Dresses, $25.00 values $9.98 Public Benefit Sale Price A RARE BARGAIN One lot high grade Ladies Serge Tricotine "and Tweed Suits in all the leading shades, $15.00 QUALITY AND SUBMARINE PRICES AN EVENT THAT SELDOM COMES Bed Spread, 72x90, $3.50 value Public Benefit Sale Price BARGAINS REALPICKVp 9-- all linen Napkins, per dozen, $5.00 values Public Benefit Sale Price $2.79 16-inc- h, $1.73 WORTH TALKING ABOUT Ladies Fine Shoes in all sizes, $7.50 to $12.50 . values Public Benefit Sale Price $1.98 A KNOCK-OUT One lot Ladies Sateen Petticoat, black and white and colors, $1.75 values Public Benefit Sale Price 98cts. THIS IS THE TIME TO GET ONE OR MORE Brown and bleached 4 Sheeting, 65 cent values -- 45cts. Public Benefit Sale Price HERE WE HAVE IT A SNAP Brown and bleach Domestic, extra heavy wide 20c value. Public Benefit Sale Price 16-inc- values Public Benefit Sale Price $14.95 Felt Base Linoleum. 2 yds. wide, $1.50 values Public Benefit Sale Price i95ctT THE SUPREME SENSATION h all Silk Crepe de Chine, for Shirts and Children's Dresses, $2.50 values Public Benefit Sale Price . 95ct. 12-inc- h A GIVE AWAY lOcts. BLOW .lOcts This is the time to curtain your house, .Marquisette, white, cream and Kcru, .15 cent values Public Benefit Sale Price 18ct. GIVE THEM THE ONCE OVER Jack-T- Standard Ginghams, 25 cent valuus Public Benefit Sale Price . AN EYE OPENER YES! WE HAVE IT ALL YOU WANT .12 inch Gingham, .19c value ' 25cU. Public Benefit Sale Price Indies and Children's Hose in all values Public Benefit Sale Price f colors, 25c 9cU. CAN YOU BEAT SUCH Dress Linen, blue, rose natural and white $1.50 values Public Benefit Sale Price 79cU. .16-in-ch Dreswe. xize 8 to 20, $8.50 values Public Benefit Sale Price .. .. $4.39 ar Black and white check and navy and white plaid dress goods, 75 cent valuer. Public Benefit Sale Price 35cts. PREPARE FOR WARM WEATHER Ladies gauze ests, 20 cent values Public Benefit Sale Price . 12cta. WE HAVE NOT FORGOTTEN THE BOYS Tom Sawyer Suits, $2.50 values, Public Benefit Sale Price $1.59 A REAL TREAT 10 pieces Voiles, 50c values Public Benefit Sale Price 25cti. DONT MISS THIS Men's and Indies' Handkerchiefs, 10c values Public Benefit Sale Price SIT UP AND TAKE NOTICE 4ct. WONDERFUL VALUE Gowns, $1.00 values Public Benefit Sale Price Crepe Gowns, white and llesh, $1.25 values . 79cti. Public Benefit Sale Price 49ct. COME You must come to see AND SEE nck FOR YOURSELF . COST .. NOTHING Our TO NOTICE LOOK IMPORTANT Don't hesitate to as(cfor $!iat 'ou don't ma, we just haven't got room to moiition.nlMhe good things on this sheet. of time and space prevents us from quoting more prices. The whole store is ablaze with wonderful Bargains. ntire stocYj will be displayed on" racks and on counters so as to make inspection easy. No restrictions as to quality. what 'tremendous sikcrificas we .have Our entire stock will be marked in plain figures, one price to all, your moneys worth. Our usual custom of courteous treatment will prevail. Everything on Sale Nothing Reserved. III III - v I I w'M yVV made, every nook and corner in thMvestablishmentsis crowded with bargains. SALE STARTS FRIDAY, JUNE 2nd. LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. CKNTKAL KKCOKIi I' HINT, SALE STARTS FRIDAY, JUNE 2nd. Uinctr, K7 ALL GOODS WILL BE SOLD FOR CASH DURING THIS SALE The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday June I. 1922 LIVE STOCK FEEDERS AVOID HEAVY CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK THE BANK THAT ALWAYS TREATS YOU RIGHT. EDITORIAL Imaginary Savings IT IS THE IMAGINARY SAVINGS THAT PEO-PLMAKE ON PURCHASES THAT CAUSE THEM TO DE POOR OK PURSE. It is ulso the same Klitturinu inducement that causes some of our otherwise loyal Lancaster citizens to go trailing on" to outside places to spend their money for purchnses THAT COULD HE MADE E JOSEPH'S EXCLUSIVE LADIES OUT- FARM LIVESTOCK IMPORTANT WORM DISCOVERY Zoologists Find That Carbon chloride Is Effective In Tetra- FITTERS ONE PRICE OUR LOSS and QUALITY MOTTO. Cattle Cett Studies In Corn Bilt Show Losses Art Small Whin Rough, ages Are Used. t)nltfl Suits tPrrt by of Airlrullur.) lpttmnl III Parasites Untt! suim rrrr4 br d Aiiriit let The toll exacted from the r i lltr-st- o i I neurit nn Li 1.2 17 bend of cnttle fed In the rorn Ml Males Cost In a laW d detail of feeding nnd management In xlutiip period In llu cnttle hiilnos Tin' feeilers In the iitvn Mtidled who itinile tin- - tuot economic gains In general, ued xt niulitnl rations In IIII noli unil IiiiIIhiiu thin rutlnn consisted of mm, protein mini, mixed clover nod timothy Im)-- , nnil Mince, with mime stover mill fodder. In Nebraska nnd lowu the standard ration conItcd of corn nnd alfulfa hay, while In Mliiirl It consisted of corn, protein mnil. liny mid fodder. In the hitter state mime of the cattle covered In the study were finished on grass 'The average los of ier head," one of the department explains "should he looked nt In the llsht of the fart tlmt nil feed wen' charged to the ruttle nt farm prices for nil home grown feeds und store print) for feed bought." Thu the effect of the Ion In question on n whole wnri In the farm some measure offset by the return e from l,ui to li.om pound of roughnge fed to the nveniee steer In the dirrerent localities, Utcn rs statement lued by tlx Unlltil Suites iHpnrlinent of Agriculture, show Unit scattering dmtc made good profit Inst scuoi, In kpltc ef the fnrt tluit there tva iiii ntcroge lo of $."0.87 per steer. IVmrtnient liitetl-galorfile tli fact that some of tlicoe linnet Hindi- - profit uiiiIit tit moM adverse rondltlonii, im emphasizing the extreme luiortance of watching the, e C. K. ENGLE GROCERIES EVERYTHING AND NOTIONS. JUST AS ADVANTAGEOUSLY HERE AT HOME. KINNAIRD BROS. Dealer In We think we understand the fascination ottered by supposedly trrccner Holds of other merchandising THE BEST. centers. In fact it is the same magnet that invites a person to explore the pages of a Mail Order catalogue and charms them into sending their money nway to A BUSINESS FIRM HUNDREDS OF MILES DISTANT. DODGE BROTHERS CARS, GOODYEAR MOTOR TIRES, TUBES, ACCESSORIES ' J. F. HOLTZCLAW tinner runnuniniu nuuj& fiidmicuiupc "Everything For The Home." OF IMAGINATION. An imagination that there is a selection and a quality and a price thnj cannot be obtained at home. And this idea is a mistaken one. PROSPERITY IS NOT COMING TO THE COM-UNITY THAT HAS LOST FAITH IN ITS BUSISending or spending money NESS INTERESTS. away from Lancaster isn't tloing Lancaster any good and profits accordingly the community in which it is spent. M IT IS THE MAGNET R. H. BATSON'S CASH STORE CLOTHING, SHOES AND GENTS FURNISHINGS. J. E. DICKERSON AND SON LADIES FRANCIS-SMIT- H . tliey hate discovered Hint l et iherntenl once lined In ' nne'lnVtlc nnd now uiil t n fire rxllngnMicr. cloth r'niici I neclldde. nnd soltcnt for fm r I ery effecthe nt n ;r " gums I er and exMlrr of InteMlnal worms The nnme of ttils rhitnlcul l rarlx.n tetrnchliirlde. of thU chemical Tlie e(fetlrene ha ivrtnlu mund worm titvn niuiounnil hy the dftmrtment. hut what may In- - the mot tienenrUI Ue hril Jut heeti hroiight out hy tests on nnlmaU lnfetrd with hmikwonns In the ran- - of hivi the tntnlmtim efdeter fective ilw tin not )et tnlmit. hut all the doe uel. fmm In earh 12 cutde rntlmeten to niH itlt ('it In two nUiico of cntor i'imifli worm nnd oil, reunited all It Iim hern equally all hookworms effet'tlti for hooUuxnti Ih dg nnd fine, nnd h Ini-i- i uwl with n rr RgnlnM Mme of the tnrtou kind of worm that llifet the dlgeitlte r-mi-d. ! Industry ly Internal pnrnsltcs I enormous "I'd her n worm of thin drnln on the herd mid fof the fulled ' dee the xooogl( in Department of Agriculture k n ti unflagging search for clc In-- ' "I nnd treatment that may U' to t' romhnt these organisms . - tlnt tulm'i 11 miiimr-ketuht- OUTFITTERS WHERE THE THOUSANDS SHOP. And while we are speaking of PROSPERITY let us all put our shoulders to the wheel and make Good Times always possible by indulging in normal business transactions; buying what you need when you need it; discrediting commercial pessimism and, as far as possible. SPENDING OUR DOLLARS WITHIN OURSELVES. This is real civic boosting; real community etrort and real profit for all our citizens RESULTS THAT DO NOT REQUIRE THE IMAGINATION TO SEE AND APPRECIATE. It is up to we Lancaster people to bring success to our city. The path is plainly marked and the guiding sign reads: "TRADE AT HOME." MILLINERY AND NOTIONS. truct of pig. The fart that worm lent nl Our Stock is kept alive and Our pricei are right. Our aim it to fdl your e. dliitery ncnlnt hikrt.m pechu of hook man make thl of tin ettUnry of thl rliiin n nfTect n tnrlonn want. Public Square Thone 184. toL 'y aSP9iTB TV H.I i F. B. MARKSBURY AND COMPANY Don't knock. EAT MORE BREAD when you can get Georc WnshinKton Hour made from selected soft winter wheat unexcelled for fine cakes, biscuits nnd pastry. HOTEL KENGARLAN Mrs A. F. Sander, Manager. & ,tV.-- l Lts MW Groceries, Cigars, Tobacco, Candies, Fruit. An excellent Restaurant in connection. Take your Sunday 6 o'clock dinner with us. Alfalfa Is One ri the Best Forage Crena for Hogs and Animals on This Kind of Pasture Are Most Healthy. of Interest to mHIal metij animal as well n to teterinarlan and lite-- , stock grower. Medical men are now' trying It out at M'titrsl place a a cure for ln"ikworm itlwaM iroml-- e of me, In tuati. nnd It give A a result of the work o far, completed, wlentl-t- s In the burrnil of animal Industry ronMder that thl drug will prove of ectnl value u the reinovnl of the tarb'Us kind of worms In domeMlc Cattl Finished on cuttle-feedin- Grats though the ellterprliie U3iKlEgiSSSSSS1 may uliow h presumptive there may he n profit for the farm operation feed ni ii whole, provided have heen produced lit it cost fur enough helmv the market price. "No luldltduul feeder could lie sure of marketing Id tlelil prtxluctx nt n BSSJBJBJBSSSSSSSI profit. Including utovcr and low grude hay. If he were to ihiHwe to ell crop gaBS?wMBlBS&.! mther than feed them to live utock If nil feeders or even If it rotiddcnihle numler of feeders were to try nuclt n Nldft, the market for till Held product would le glutted, with the prolmhle re-mill that the farinerii could not even I illpoe of their corn. The cuttle feiil- ' "lis lnvering met er. though he know that til litmlneK i "Art the Iwxket of n 's Mi' n prcniriou one. for the time helng N'ii.' henltntiK to turn to croji fiirmltig n n they frngrnnt" nMi- -t minthI ltioien.' ponHthle ndlef, liecuue he riwllxo tltMl 4 retorti! the I'lihv "they ctlttle fcodlllg.l the hUHlliemi he I liiHt Quite the Reverse. titled for. mid liecHUo he lodleve n "A nm aa to tlli nliout hi to prilllnlle prmliKiliin I not far dltiint." agf u u womiiti, hut he even up Ilia The xtudle In iuetlon were tniidi iicoiv wIhhi tiHitng uImmii lit salary." by the lulled .Stule Iii'lxirtiinnt or renmrk mi oxiliHtige. True. Imt he hi salary a u Agriculture In with the rarely understate t. lioitou Mtate iigrlculttiral college of Nelint-ku- . wotiuin dK' her nge-- " Iowu. Illinois lii lluim mid MIotl- rl, l'lluiliiury repirt lued hy the Perhaps He Knew What He Meant. piiiiit iiepuriuit 'in, niiii iiy ine The Mrsltent peneller of utiipld liiHlltutloiiH concerned, give Its detail of tint the quuntltleH of feed mid hour of r coiMttientH on llu? niurglu ucd in onlUinry fiil lot produc- periodical nt the ptildlc library iHnkea u Miille In plte of tion of fut cuttle. tuny he ohtulned Uniii ourelte!. (liHilto un article In n All report recent Spectator aloiut the lrlh loun-dar- y reipuett to the Icptrtuu-ii- t of Agriculhe wrote, "There vn he mi lrlli or lngle reture, Wushlngtoii, I. ports from the (title tigrlcultunil col- houmlar). Ireland one und lntl4hle." Ilokton Trnnncrlpt. leges runner' ltulletln IL'18, "llesf rnluclloii In the Corn Forever Lost. let,M give u dlculon of feeding. A man who whn Nttendins n vaude lutighed ville show In Di nver ESSENTIAL TO CONTROL LICE no hanl tit one of the joke that he liecuuie hyuterlca!. fainted nnd hnil to y Plenty of Nutrltloue Feed and Thor-oug- ho rnrrieil out of the t hen nr. Cleaning Up of Surroundhe wn imahle, when he reings Are Needed. entered hi reiioii, to rctnouibcr what the Joke was In the control of cnttle lice, plenty food find u thorough of nutritious First Wire Suspension Oridge. cleaning up of the iinluiul and their hrldge In The tlrjit wire to success the wotlil hullt In surrounding titv esvntliil lld, tvtin ncrn whatever methiMl of control )ou the SchtDlklll rlter In I'ldlndelphlil. choos lu adopt. SupMirii hy cahle of lx wire. It lud a Hpun of Feeding Calves iOS feet ami wn IS Indie wide. Nut Cnlve Intended for heef thould be- more than eight people were permitgin on grain when three to four month ted to wulk n ll nt one lime. old. A mixture of eual purts oats ground) Is limn und corn (prefernhly Word's Odd Derivation. the heit grain ration. The word "Hlnrere" owe Its origin to honey. The ancient Human ued Pay Attention to Worms honey In gnsit quant I ties, and us Kucre-fugrowers nt swine are much of It wait adulterated with was, ench year paying more attention to he tvua accounted an honest man who the prevention of worms In swine. sold his honey pure. In this way the word "sincere" Hi,e Into our lanEarly. Dock lgiillle "sine guage, for It Lambs should lie docked anil gelded uieaiilng wllhout v as ' hllu yet quite sbmU. sSTBeBPB o, home-grow- n gfgiLulL)'3 ; 1 Port of Entry. Port of Call, Etc "Tort of. entry is n term from revenue l.iu. meaning n district or ' designated IIIloial'tt. whether a naullototi Transcript. -' Vl'IIK tical (Mirt or tiot i here foreign goods Fish That Swims on Its Back. tuny tie Introdiocd for iHqiort. The Home. I The glohetUh. un Inhabitant of the binding no pl.ice like lomc. thnnk "port of drbarkstl-ui- ' "There's .cat ttnter. I ald to be tlie only! place wherv a ship dbwhnrgc irt or lghei tlw man, iieaveu." Ser f the tinny tribe tlmt awlutj he locketl hi hni4 roni from the nil f her curso. The "irt of mlP I j It lnek a Hirt where ten vis customarily nhlo. Tarnt Life stop fur v"ul. repair. trauhlpinetit of cargo, etc. Florida Named for Caster. Snapshot of the Ses I lorldn utleil ny I'litiee ne was M!t her o)e to Iht A woiiimii tw lieruUM' he dlwiterii) It on truth about herielf. hut Khe nevri 1'iMer, Sunday, which I In Spanlith turn n ilenf enr to the truth about hei I':imuii l'lorlilu. nelgldmrs New Ituvnn Ite;lter. heH-Hkc1 u- On Cold Reflection. They Shy Off. Soiiietllnes thl apix-n- r Some girls nre hy about innrrylni to he a me- n old worlit lalln (Tex ) Mrvj men who are hy of ready money. lilhte vs hbNMl-suckin- - Ttio-yenr-oh- i - One Among Many. The throwing of rice at weddings Is denounced ns n dangenm custom. Hut lUnger nt a Hrely one addltlotoii wedding Is Iranlly worth con utile ring. Opinion. Definitions You Should Know, u are Conceit Keeling it'.'it when a girl reioarLn tlmt she wtiuhln't marry the beat man In the world. I Green Clay Walker Law And Real Estate FEED FOR FATTENING STEERS Money to loan on farms.' List your farm for sale priv-- 1 Corn and Corn S.lage With Cottonseed Meal and Alfalfa Favored at lov4 College. Tlmt corn end com iUge. with nilloMel hhmI. nlfulfH huy and Milt make the btt ration fur fattening steer Htwn to itiwu farmer riientl) Steent fill thU mllou made subklaMlal italu In i'rlment ut lown Stale idlge ami altlontgli they were orHrwo steer they made $1.1 r bend. Thl Indlmlm llait the fivdlng liiilrn. properly bundled and where g"- -l quality Mccr are starteit with, will pay the farmer u piollt. Other rouglwiges such n clover hay. corn sinter and mixed timothy nnd deter bay 'tcre experimented with. The i til doter ratten imidu u ginl klHiwIng but Ibe other r.mgliagi- lint immey. Oottiinoeeit meat was used to an advantage in thio experiment mid made a line balaneer for the ration. In speaking of the ue of this protein ftcd for kiiiTk the animal hutmndr) men mty thai during the lust TJ.)er,rs It has ued lu etperlnuntk a the rate of three Miund to iMiund of steer. It wii fel for u lerlod of une in month tvltli corn silage and good results were ohtalmd. 1 'ol toll meal, bovveter, u II hog feed bus cuuseil koine doubt us to Its value due to tosh quullttea but the Iowa station Iiii- - found that when fed In ration where cottonseed menl Is used ut the rule of one part til foul purls of ration no harm has resulted noppb--mt-nteil la-e- n , Trim-i-crlp- occn-climal- ly (, -- Efficient Note. Coquette's Explanation. lit time trying A mo n who A .inked one of ouoc nuiit the otipolte Mx why girl mi freilent-l- y to convince a woman lie I In the ne M. S. fellows wrong will never hate time to hecatue engngeil to n captain of Industry nt once. "A niiiolier tike you utonildu't hate to link lliHt," nhe replletl with a iiitlgh. "When yon Imte on!) ona Japanese Interpret Films. iiuilcli. dinn"t It geerlly iw out?" DENTIST In nil motion picture theater In lloMon Trntivrlpt Japan there la nlwnjs n apcukcr who I Office over Th. Garrard Bank. dramatically explain each picture, Phones Offic. S. Residence 376 Aster Hardy Perennial. hecuune the Kngllsli word shown on KENTUCKY. I one of the hnrdieat the screen ore unintelligible to the au- LANCASTER, Tlie uter preod throughout dience. perennial, and the world. Mint of the nuiHcrou vu What It Waal rletle belong lo North Amorlcn and "Look here I I used that goo you lire found lu alHiHilnnre In the Held. They blixuii lnitl from the tulddlii coaxed me to take liiMcad of the stuff m Trnctice limited mid nre n that I had seen udtertled. nnd now of July until the llrnt to liower look ut my htilrt Wnrt kluk I ever prominent feMtire of correcting defects More. Ater may he mti u early saw ought to be culled u 'crinio wave I' " Itetull Inilger. rhlladelphlii. by of us the middle nf Marh. kH-nbt-nt- ntcly or nt miction. Office over J. W. Smith's Store. HATFIELD ! DR. J. J. BYRNE OPTOMliTUIST fnt . ml h L'nfor-tunntel- mio.iii Oyster Enlarges Home. While Can't Breathe Under Water. An ojntiT enlarge ll turn oliell It he lite In Tim whale who. hcciiu fiHnd It Infancy In the hole where the water, I often upHied to be n It lite lu Its latter ilaj. Am It grows member of tint tlli family, I In It throw nut n of animal roulity no more one than I a human mutter und carbonate of lime, which being, lie I In reality an animal trry stick to the shell, and ooze oter the much like n cow or u hore, and Ids edge Ntirroundlng tl:u hollow In which tleh U rettl unituiil tlesli. nothing the creuturu reldes Thus n Hum whuteter like that of a llh. And like gov on, Its home gradually become all other mammals he nintior remain larger und llilcker. under water without an occasional trip- to tlie urfar - 9 HHp sJPrE CHBs thu proper glasses DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. 8 to 12 and 1 9P UJ Office Hours Opposite Gilcher Hotel. lo S p.sa J. A. Beazlev FUNERAL DIRECTOR Olllre Over National liank. Kesidence t'hone 3. Olllc Thone Zl LANCASTEIt, KY. l crs" Mlsed Characteristics. At a (Mimical gathering In Knglatid We positively will not permit fox an orator wuxlng Itidlgnunt Mild, "To hunting or hunting of any character ridicule the Idea of this country being or trespassing on our farms. Any Invaded Is lu follow the example of violators will be prosecuted. the camel, which buries It head In the J. S. Schooler, Edgar Trice, V. A. und when an enemy approaches" The Trice, Joe CriscillU, T. J. Trice, H. rival speaker rose und retorted, VETERINARIAN. L Klkin, U. M. Lear. II. L. Darker! "Surelyto Hie gentleman In giving utterthl uiMthe.m. must have It. F. Tarson, Marlnda Longtworth,' ance ostrich which, In Call Answered Promptly Oaf oi meant lu refer to the J. T. Uland, and Hughes Uros. thole circumstances ha a habit of Nifbt. Fhun 317. (Other names will be added upon putting II uye through a needle." LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. (tf.) Ilostou Transcript. the payment of 25 cents) Hunters Beware OBSTACLE IN RAISING SWINE Round Worm Is One of Greatest Cause of Loss Many Remedies but PreventlM Is Best. One of the greatest obstacles encountered In hug production Is the parasites which are found where hogs have been raised for a nuiubei of years Trobubly the round worm la live one wblch Is most numerous and causes the most losses There are many worm remedies but the besl curs Is pret-eatlo- Dr. Printus Walker The Central Record, Lancaster Ky. Thursday, June I, 1922. SAVE MONEY WHEN YOUNG le 1 ENJOY IT IN AFTER LIFE Young men who would enter the decline of life In circumstance should lirn to save now. The approved modern mcthoj of saving li a savings account In the home bank. Thlt bank Invite young men and young women to Join Iti family of savings depositors. Ont dollar opens n savlnr account, and any lum may be deposited thereafter. LOVE STOCIIC PREVENT LOSS Partition In Rooster Given OUmt For Summer Eg Losses IN SHIPPING Laroe THE NATIONAL feANK OF LANCASTER. S. C. DENNY, Stock Cart C:p3rit.n: Animal From Small I One Good Idea. l'nllr.1 Il'rrie. A Ca.hier. Capitol $50,000. Honor Roll Bunk Surplus $50,000. the Culling Standard and hen. The week before culling, egg standard bred hem laid '.','J00 and the mixed breed '..,1517, or :15'2 Mixed Breeds of In culling, .11 If. 355 mongrel hen standard bred were remoWd and Poultry Compared from the Hock, leaving 77.1 standard 1 bred and 7.1K mongrel, or 3G more In Knox county, Ind., half the standard bred. Two owner of the number of hen culled under the standard bred (locks, being breeder, culled much closer than the owner supervision of the county agent, cooperatively by the United of the mixed (locks. The week af of Agriculture, ter culling the standard bred hen .Stole Department Agricultural College and laid 2,721 and the mongrels 2,433 the State the county, were itundnrd bred nnd egg. The figure snow that among the the other half miJied breeli, hi their comparative merit eouM be consider-e- l 1,087 tandard bred hen there were 41 les cull than among the 1,103 through culling. The 0 standard bred fleck num- of the mixed flocks, and that they ber sl 1,087, while the U of mixed laid 350 more egg the week before flock numbered 1,103, or 1I more culling and 2'J1 more the week after. W 0, RIGNEY W H. DICKERSON of Asnctlllur. Utile time Mhd labor, xMllily a little nioner. expriuleil In luillilins ii troiig ii nit Ion to the Ms In u iimll one ntdimil from ill llilttil curloHd of lite dock friiUHMil-Itbe shipper from II rerliill ln on Hie (iinli:niiii lil, wiy of the blirciill of market, fulled rlnte l iHirtmeiit of .grleiilture. iirli n bog, Tlio iniilli'r uiiUhmK IiiiiiIk. goal nml h'.'p tire iilwny In danger of Injury from (lie liirver peelally true nnlmuU, nnd thl I when llie mr I ntirepiwdel. I'rlppleil iiiiIiiiiiIh ini'Hti ii ) to the ldpier. for they bring prlo-- innld-enilillielow the nuiilnr imirket price hiiIiihiIk brins for miiiiiiI tiH'k. imly of till en III the t nlMitit U to T litimlreil Hiiiiid for cream. Then I ulwiiy tin ilnngiT. too. of tbe niiinll tiK,!c being hee.milng bnilMMl, ttinmcti Jintliil nnd klrkeil hy the lurtrr one. nluulile. le llriilM moke n enren In the a the rni'iil nM-'to- r them. rut mil nil ImilMil should be sold or "Old rooster Mint tliu tntitllnliil In old n ilieap-e- r entile, the ileprwliitloil ilaHnillng killed in June ami tho young rooster iimiii how mm-l-i iiittlns wn nwi"-nr- dMposed of just as soon n they have The buyer In th- - Mock nnl reached frying size. Any cockerels kept for breeder should be confined. know llilf. of roiir.' nnd pny I in for nnltiml tlm Thi not only will prevent the nro- duction of fertile egg but alo will enable the cockerel to grow more rapidly and to n greater size than would be the case if they were allow- -' ed to run with hens." ) bf lh ul lrtmn nf lt x Ill-n- nif ,g ti-ii- Hooster allowed to run with poultry flock during warm weather cause Kentucky poultrymen nnd farmer n lo of almost one million dollar each year In the form of fertile eggs that poil on thejr way to the coniuni-er- , poultrymen at the College of Agriculture say. The production of Infertile egg and the prevention bf n Inrgc part of thi loss requires that owner of laying hens sell, kill or confine nil rooters ax soon a the hatching enson I over, they ny, Hen without n rooter lay just as' many egg at thoe allowed to run with a rooster, It wan pointed out. "A fertile egg may become unfit for food in 24 hour of worm weather," J. II. Martin, In charge of the College poultry work, aid. "An egg doe not need to lie incubated in order to spoil becnux warm weather will cause development of the germ. On the other hnnd, an infertile egg may be kept In nn'lncubntor nt 103 degree for seven, day and till be good for cooking." "Experiment have shown that it does not pay to hatch chick after the firt of June," he continued. "Thi being the case, there i no rjnon for keeping rooster with the flock during the warm weather, since the jhen will lay jut m well without, YOU WANT TO SEE BEFORE YOU BUY A TOBACCO SETTER. WE HAVE THE AGENCY FOR GARRARD COUNTY. The Nisco BRYANTSVILLE, KY. NOAH MARSEE, JR. in the average garden, specialists on single stem nnd pruning o (Tall other the crop nt tho college say. Staked stem and removing sucker that grow plants are easier to keep free of out of the axil of the leaves, it is disease, they yield more an acre and possible to raise fruit of better qualproduce n more perfect fruit than un ity than I produced when the plants are allowed to run on the ground. staked one. "l. eon.-queiitl- ' W. 0. RIGNEV & CO. Funeral Oirectors and Embalmers Oftlcc! Phone IH. Garden Tomatoes Can Be Staked Profitably Rcsiileiire riume 33 iHBwtwivitliBi Lancaster, No Commission en Latter t orl. r lituy." wrote MMIhlne firm, 3 mntaswr to I hi one for a et f IMckrn and the oth. Kentucky. Merely an Opinion. Tomnto grower, including farmer, commercial grower nnd buck yard tar Iner. again are considering the question of whether or not to stake (the r tomatoe or cultivate them and allow them to fall on the ground, e inqu.r t being received nt the of Agriculture show. Staking i o J of the question for commercial grower but can be used to advantage Col-!:g- "The cost of stakes, the additional nnd the greater number of plant required arc the limiting factor for profitable staking of tomntoe when the crop I grown for the canning factory," N. It. Elliott said. "In this ense, the ground Dflould be cultivated thoroughly nnd then n mulch of hay, straw or some placed on tho similar substance ground so that the fruit will be kept out of the dirt. Placing this material on the ground also help to conserve moisture. "For the average garden, it mny b ebe.it to Make the plants. They are set about three by live or four by six feet apart and trained to n single stem. Stakes similar to n tobacco stu-are Irivin beside each plant wVn tnee are et, Hy training to n Inbor involved "If the plant are set In the ground at least five inches deep and staked they should produce fruit until frost. Cultivation may be continued thru-othe growing season when staking N practiced. When staked, the plants are tied every six to 12 inches, care being taken to see that they are not tied too tightly to a not to Injure the fruit." Dempsey was also In ut Frnncc later. A loud tongue emphasize an trap- - ty head. The boom of business ts better than that of war. It Is possible, however, that our movie scandals have merely moved on. "I reo-ie- er in get out." Old Ittn contrntersy tin been ralwil ovel tbe question whether "lli'v firM bun dnil jenr are the longest ' or tti A GoJts Cleaning Out Weed Patch. Transcript. Well With Crude Instruments. We. I before Iko t'liriltutt em III stnssneM were hmmV ..r the Pitcalrn Island. r awti ut ' the ritenlrn Istanil Ihin an area of nbotlt ttM- of the rlt.le Tims square. The population now Iter aSMiesil ICsjiMUiim tahl .ml their , two mile I Mid to tie about '."JO Tile liatunil I he fertilising ' ts)n4 um tile halt). of of tin Island, rlileity were erude r.Mxi resource Nile. The InMnuu.'M probably of time" had frtdt. IIMie nml wild blnK "tli" would upMirt ii population of rh IM4 yet perfected I In to. Irtlt they iint o The Island lia no ettouuli to hundred. uered thHr inHMv with Ibe outside world, with year It, C. itinMe CrtltoMhent. evp(lin : nn occasional vl.lt lh to iniure the .clreiiHiferetue from n (Missing Mp. roiiftd earth. ar lire the Imrtli'M. first hundred We Itnmnl Ike optHlofi Dial tin- - t)rl r llie liilMIrH 4nill .i: jir ll mmis-urewe- ilHvti li,rt.e l'g tll ' Inter-roito- ft ll' likely to hae how bnilx' or suffered In Ihl wny lluyer nre nfrnhl of linilmil stork, are uplclou) of and for thi umll animal nrrhlnc nt the stork yards In n nilxeil airloml where the larger nolioal are not iHirtltlon.il off Such Injiirle are dlltletilt to lfte t In tru- lite miltiml, hut when small mid lamb, ur Mock. mhIi rite In m IhmII) solleil roiidltlim buy r usually Mi'piit they hove trnmplisl ami hnil.i hy larger nn iunK and a u rule the buyer play money for such aft by iKijIng le tix'k. .m r'nin - h b'ii Public Sale On The Premises AS ADMINISTRATOR SELL ON MORE BROOD SOWS ON FARMS Increase of 1,237,000 Over Year Ago Is Seen, Due Largely to Dig Stock of Corn. Stallions In Service 1922 All t Peavine 4092 There were t'.'XN.U"! bnvillng son on farms April 1, the t'nlled State ALL I'KAVINE 40!2 will make the season of 1922 at my barn on Thi I tStT.O'l animals mure than nxlngton pike, three mile from Danville, Ky.. at 120.00 to Inurc a living on the Mime d.ite In 11CI und repre-en- l an InertiiM of 11.1 jer cent. '""''This National Show Horse has made reputation for himself, both in the The large eorn crop lat year and tin' unusually large farm stock of Wow ring nnd a n sire. show horse and nn un- - rum are given lis the explanation of 1796, a champion SIRED HY REX I'EAVINE the large Increase In breeding wiw equaled champion sire. prlng. Torn wn worth more us lid such hamplB a Wnn Mny, Golden Glow, Jack jsirk than u corn, nml bogs were From him we, have neisled to eat the corn. Straw, Queen 0' the May, Star IVovine, ami many other. quickly The mitiitier of hogs Hy ltex McDonaldPawy 2ml, by l'oavlne 86. to the general economic , GRAND SIRE REX McDONALD 813, the undisputed champion Ituatlon, the itepnrtiiient point out and sire. breeding 0101, by IVavlne 86. A great brood mare by In April I'.itS, the number of First Dam Lucy Well on daughter have produced sow wn lift ht tint more than hog the world greatest brood mare sire IWitio. Ills the nine date In 1017, ilue toblcli May, rah champions a Lou Chief. Cleopatra, the Frenchman, price us a tvuli of war conditions, Ilarthenla .McChord, and doten of other. Tim tlsures on April. HOI, how u a Mire foundation. of 1" iwr cent for the yenr ended A, marc by All l'eavme 1 00 it, on Hint date. Tin reason for thi wu Second Dam. daughter of llarri Denmark. that tin prliv of eorn wu relnthely Third Dam, daughter of John Osely. whoe produce commnnd the highest too blgli to encourage the feeding of If you want to breed to a tallion hog. colt market price, breed to All IVavlne 1002. The price for which hi along They being mM at public auction have .old are a open as n book. FINE FORAGE CROPS FOR PIGS with other colts the IVavmw Wive topped the market. of the Wghost t)P U no longer gue work (like Rape Is Rish in Prtttln, While Alfalfa Breeding addlo horse Hero you have to produce champions hegt.1 like) nnd take champion Will Carry More Animals thU pedigree, Hex McDonald, Ilex IVavlne and a double infusion them nil in Per Acre. bf tho champion brood mare sire I'oavine (All IVavIno 4002) will breed true rich In protein, and I al Itape WIo.mI. Ui hi family Inheritance of chnmpion.hip MMi uwl to alfalfa a n forne All IVavlne 40'JU i 15i hand high and weigh 1,'JOO pound. rr. He. Tin chief udvuntnge " In the fact that it ulll to olfalfo er nrre. loiiomlh inrry HMre pig -1 V liwnimnl of Agriculture estimate. OF R. H. TOMLINSON, DECEASED, WE WILL FRIDAY, JUNE. AT FOUR O'CLOCK P. M. The Tomliiison Home un Kichmoml street in Lancaster, Ky. one of the host and most desirable homed in the city. j 9th, This is absolutely The house is located on a one aero lot with 100 feet fronts? and contains eiht rooms, two halls, ' bath, lights, ote. The improvements consists of good barn, itaraue, and many other outbuilding, plenty of siiade and fruit trees and fine garden. Come and look this plaou over if yoti want a nice in thji best resident section of Ltinuttsier. Possession can be Kivtm on or before September 1st., Julian Peavine fr homesplendidly located if desired. Hi-- idlvery llaxen )oor JULIAN I'EAVINE I a chestnut sorrel with n beautiful If 15.1 hatul high ha plwity of style and flnlsh. mane and tall, ttand. Wm Make Land Pay More. you are looking for something real f.?ncy to breed to. don t fall to co Purebred live tek on every farm ot 102!! nt above place at will make this JULIAN I'EAVINE wouM go fur toward making high . 1 10.00 to Insure n llWni; foal. per cent net on its priced land mj parte.1 with or bred- to trndeil or Season become due when more ulue. my care, but not other tock. Most careful attention of all stock sent to Have Purebred Females Too. losponslble hould accident occur. O' eoilie Ibe purebred lre I tU A Hen retained on colt till season Is pw- rates, but first U'K but there' no food iirui, 1'a.ture for mare from a di.tnnce furntshe.1 at rwionnblo tatiit aaliist purebnsl female III llti stock It removed aame must be paid before stiH-liiiproteiiunt. 1 and I'oe nut mssl to bo rewvded eoeb Liberal terms, which will be announced on day of sale. I The Garrard Bank & Trust Co, dipt. Am Hourne, Auct. J. UNDERWOOD PHONE SS05. DANVILLE. KY. Tak Care of Tnke govd enre of the animal mm and they v.111 take rare of ton later Anl-na- t.lll.lfc -- ". Tne Central Record. Lancaster, Ky. Thursday. June I. 1922 w jy-r- 5,000 VETERANS HI RICHMOND REUNION: Richmond. V- a- May J9. (Special) Richmond 1 completing preparation to entertain the 3:J annual convention of the United Conferral Veterans, on June 19. 20, 21 and 22. 1'ullr 5,000 of the aunrlvlna; 45,000 Confederates are expected to be within the cltjr'a hoepltabl gate. Moit of them wtll be accompanied by one or tnoro member of their farullle, and, In addition, there will be premnt member of the Sons of Confederate Veteran, Daugh-teof tie Confederacy, the Confederated Southern Memorial Association, pontora and malda and matron o' honor. Comfortable Quarttr. the veteran , Because of their tbts rear will deep In comfortable quarter. Thousand of them will top at hotel and with reUtlv and friends, while other will be accnm modatrd at reasonable coat, from 1 1.2S to 13 per ilnr for edging and break-fa.iIn prirate home. Application concerning for quarter and Inqulrl them should be addressed to Major D. D. Morgan, chairman of the Com mittee on Information and Quarter, Postofflce Uox No. 6SS. Richmond. Dinner and supper, with the corapll menu of the City of Illchmond and the Commonwealth of Virginia, wtll be upplled Confederate veteran who desire them on June 20, 21 and 22, Reduced Railroad Fart. The Southern Hallway, the Chestpeake and Ohio Hallway and. In fact. practically all tho transportation sys tem In the South have agreed to give the veteran, accompanying member o! of their famllle. and member auxiliary organization the benefit of reduced fare to this city and return These rate have beeen fixed a foln kkaMjkaa4 44 rraf anfar tt n aw eV.ftv?9r 11 A Good Little Liar 1 Down Delivers any Grafonola to your home Let the famous 8 Br CLARA DELAFIELD rf , ift rtitMit nftttte - - ... . . ttA tiff iCapMUai. I'll. WHl .S.wiK(r Unton llatrhem'M wu I In- - slickest cheap retntiriint In Mown, and Aggie wa Hutchcm' . slkkint rciorled that pnfelonnl mnjur-- ; dm nomctlinci fns(urntttl 1 la t client h t . nt .jrlt tiiilunclni: x.irliM . . n yiln-- t on lop of iWv nnlvrs fi llnijnrk, flvr nip of cttftw uml f ur 11 e lundi-sllnge- as, 1 t. I of mock Hirili'. of rourm. wus nn Iml llulrliriii' Ix'lni; In llut IIhmII' ill. t rlt-t- . tunny men wlm roulil lin liHtiT'iiuiiU illil Uro 'n t. HatrltrmV It vrn a mrt of mM.. : ilmv for wlm wiinli-.- ! to tut tit it thing. Hi oil In lUrletn wit Iht wi ouo iihiiIiit, mul tier I Iff v.. Sin- - whs i niiliirj. t" t'o ir rliil to Hill .MHlurk. wIm ilnnv an ii ml wm wnltine for u n: lirforo Kiiilng I lie coMvn rlrolet ot or AEtflo'n slim tlncrr. AeuIo liml luiil ilrnt' of ir.ix lirforo till, but wrlun thi-trlnl to cvt frmli In imihi.IuM i Imi.ii flnttcr tlmn a mi lli.tt, Intf-.M.i- n,! i .Si' 11 y itul mni'Hko. Anil hIip roulil stars entertain you every night Opera: The music treasures from immortal composers, sung by great artists, such as Ponselle, Hackett and Stracciari. The works of Verdi, Wagner, Gounod and the other immortal composers are availabla The Grafonola brings all the best music right toy our own home. un nlHiuni). That wm why stio Ine crlfvanro Hclnt lllll I In- - llnito. Tlmt wan't Ills natnp. Ho wu n ilurk, ntlili'tli. wi'll ilriK.iM iimn of nlMiut In ono rtrnlng forty, utnl ho hux-ni- i whon I lif niuiimnt sn romnrnlliiy piiijity. "(IUi mo a ilat of hnra ami rge" hr nalil. Acslo tirought It, nnl ho tojiil with tho liuru ntiil ilayol with tho rec. "I ilon't Ilk. thro rss," ho KalJ pit from any of l In- smart .Worn who friurntiM HatriirmV Thrn was nut an ounro of ntoit Acelo. - clo a gixxl a li lro jiiTrnlly. "What" Ait trio, Ml low j wrronjc with 'rmV anaiMi iiculn." Veterans and accompanying member of their. famllle, 1 cent a mile for each mile traveled. Members of ye Son of Confederate Veterans, Daughter of the Confederacy, the Confederated Southern Memorial Association, other auxiliary organisation, sponsors and maids and fare for matrons of honor, the round trip. Identification Certificates. Ticket vrl'i be placed on sale through the South In ample time for visitor to reach Richmond on or before June 19. A customary and In order to eliminate trouble In procuring tickets at the reduced rates of have fare, Identification certificate been prepared and are being dlttri buted to all vaterans and members of Confederate and affiliated bodies. Individual who are unable to procure them through usual channels should apply at once to AdJutaaMn-Cnte- l Carl lllnton, Son of Confederate Veterans. Haul Richmond. Hlchmond one-wa- want Vm lahl ov-- r lllll tho llrulr- 1 ull "SomolMMty' bII.m-ia pair of roust. Vm. OIimho my clu-ck.- " "Vou wait !" sal.l Aciclo uniT hrr drouth. 'I'll know ou uculn In a mil-l- vr Imlito Instrumental: The 'cello, violin, orchestra, band, and all other musical instruments are beautifully reproduced by tho Grafonola right in your own home, ' It wn. tli nt month lllll tln ThU tlmo h mmo Hnito rrtiirnnl. with ii Imly, about tho time the thratrr e Concert: Sweet, glorious Toices that charm " V thousands nightly in the national auditoriums sing tho familiar songs you love right in your own home, N2 9s) Cf II TYPE 9 Was $150 Now 125 G4 U Saving $25 9 W I "Stonog." vnlffeil Acxli-- . "Not jour. Tlint kind don't tu out to Unr witlt tlir txus." Agglr. watching thnn tiki a tiawk, a hi fmtrottitl along I ho rvotaurant. i ' a I'jrumld of oruVra, I I ) sawr that something was doing. "Ho" tnil hrr cry," hn aiL as, they niw to "Can this lurof On, lllll JIKIurk. como to wo!"' thoush, lllll. liunny-tiutgln- Plump vyives Preferred The Moor. Ilt1 t!.e TurL iini other orleniiiK ImVo u preference for plump wltr. rtml tlirniish.iut MnriiiHii rjnil in Tun lage ttli'-r- t' 0 empire of of matri- then' nrV vl. the older members tif the Take Advantage of This Temporary Offer Our Offer: Come in the store some day this week; select the style and finish that will look well in your homa Make the adult population make, u profo-;ofattening young women for tin? monial market rif I'.nrlinry. Flea Beetles Begin Annual Destruction Flea beetle have opened their annual attack on potatoes, tomatoes, eggplant and other trnrden plnnta In Kentucky, according tu a report made by J. S. Gardner, vegetable garden-in- g specialist of the College of Agriculture upon his return from n tour of a number of counties in the State. The insects are particularly abundant in the southwestern part of the State, he said. The beetle doing the most damage Is known as the black Ilea beetle, it body being entirely black and covered with hairs. The adult meuiuh--s of an Inch long. about Injury caused by the beetle is characterized by small hole eaten in the leaves, the damage to potatoes ome-tim- e resembling thut cauied by blight. The entire leaf unusually die while the damage in some case U so severe that the whole plant are destroyed and yield of the particular crop reduced. Gnawing of the Insects usually are accompanied by a nbout the deadening; of the leave holes, giving the plant a rusty not always recognized ni the particular work of the pest. Spurying with Hordeaux mixture has been recommende das a control. Thi not only reduce the amount of damage done by the beetle but alo make it possible for the plants to go through a drouth In better shape, ijlr. Gardner say. In seasons of light rainfall, spraying with Hordeaux tnnv make the ditferencv between suc cess and failure with the potato or tomato crop. Hordeaux mixture it made by di-- i solving five pound of copper sulphate in -- 5 gallon of water and slak- h first payment, and pay the remainder in convenient installments. This is your opportunity. Don't pass it up. Our reduced prices mean Big Savings for you if you act at once Exclusive patented features not Down came prices on highest found on any other instrument Beautiful Columbia Streamline Cabinets to harmonize with living-roofurniture. m grade instruments $275 Model Reduced to took to coming to thr rrstnurant fori Aggie urmWol lunch and supper. that she worked late. At lunch she ato a hurrleil meal and wrnt away ipilckly, hut at up-- r h waltnl till Hill the lirute enme In and nvinrllmr sat down boio her. Then her fare would light up, "Hut he' a marrleil msn," napel Aggie tu the lamti cniuette and pen twin. "That kind lwnj are. I'alrl of rooster, eh, Bllir The next lime lllll the lirute Joined' the girl In the erenlng Agglr saw that he was trying to (wrsuaile her to d ftmeihlnc or other. It was pitiful to and douht and tmst Stt the on' her face, too, a ahe looked at lllll. girl ilon't look like that "1 gue when single men tell them they're the main aqueele.' Aggie lll!Mtili.il, "If I'd iNktN that wa), III I'd hate nent for the plumber I'mIt of eht" "Waltri'ss. my check ! called lllll tl Unite from til mrner. 'Then It'a all settled, ilenr,' Aggie hennl him jiy umler hU troolh n lu! roo from the table. lie nmde hi way In front of her to tho iletk. There were two or thn-In front of him. Tho girl waited belile tho door. "Scrambled egg on toat, coffee, nnd a pulr of doughnut ! nilleil one nf K IniK-clsU1 After that the little itrnographrri roter. the regular. 225 165 150 140 125 75 2 3 Special Columbia Reproducer the heart of the instrument, which makes the music sound human. $175 150 140 125 100 Patented Tone Leaves volume solt or loud desires. to control the to suit your 4 ColumbiaDesignedToneAmplifier-Biv-in- g v ; nch, mellow, pure Columbia tone. Buy a modern 50 32.50 85 60 45 30 instrument today You need only to Investigate and compare values to appreciate these wonderful values 'Coming!" uld Aggie. the ncrnmbleit egg on the lilurtilo top. girl once'" she whl "I wa n periil. n she cantered p.ut the door.. "I un n honeot, luiribworklng utenog. mpher. iind hi he brought me to thl. t I'ut him out of your heart, Imly: he's, got ii wife und fumlly oter In Urook-Ijn- , uml he' deceit Ing you. I linroed It too late, too lute." With frightened eyin and quivering Up tho little atenognipher ihrlii!. through tho i.Mlrwiiy, Jut n lllll thi Unite wit paying hi chock. "Ilurka nnd the golden!" called from henldo Ibe iimbrellu Ktand "Coming!" viol Ajsle. Coming!" nld Agle. tiiggirlng under nn Itlffel tower of ilUhe. Sheon-ktepei- l up to the girl. "Snyt You put thut gink where he belong!" she whUpeniL "Can him! Seel I'll tell joit why In ii minute." "Stewed iids nnd hum!" crliil regular from iierovthe riKim. kx 34 Models in 6 Different Finishes Th Flrsslds Forum. "Jty dear." said Jlr. (Sadipur, mildly, "of course I like terested in politic, iyiuM evening ut (lOMlhle fur u to for you to be Inbut when we spend homu I wish It were iIIscum aome olhei I A.... ..miH.lj n f fr.aah itnnw limn gallon. These two so. lutlons then are,poured thru a strain. r Into a spray tank at the same A small quantity of about 6 I :r.e. gallon may be made by using one-hapound each of copper sulphate and lime, In another '.'5 lf MoRoberts Drug Store LANCASTER, KENTUCKY subjift." "Wbttt, for InstHnret" "Well, before )ou entered public llf and felt railed uMin tu solve problems of national linportunce you used to l Interfiling bit of guulp about the neighbor. I'll admit that thero Isn't nimii menial pabulum In that aort oi talk, hill It ut leiist'keep nit! from two hount loiforo my usual bedtime." lllriiilnghaia get-tkiy Ago-llaml- d Tne Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, June Mini Helen Gill It ipendlng today , in Lexington. I I 1922 BEGINNING JUNE 1st We will close out for CASH ONLY about two dozen PATTERN HATS AT COST. Two dozen untrimmed shape at $1.98 and $2.98 and n few Sport lints nt Cost. Also a few broken size In CHILDREN'S SOX AND HOSE. FRANCIS-SMIT- H Mr. and Mn. Humphrey Hudson, of Danville were dinner guett of Mr. and Mm. Guy Davidten were Mr. F. P. Frhble Wedneiday. viltort In Lexington Tuctday, Mr. Raymand Haelden wat in Mm. ft. E. IiUghc hat Joined her Tueiday to attend Somenet the hutband In Loultvillf, for a vttit. "Great Southern" ceremonial, which Mr. I'rancci Elliott ha returned the Shrinen ttagod there. college In Leulvillr. from a dental Mr. Naeml Hamilton and ton, Mr. Virgil Conn ami children have Jamei and Charle left fer Detroit returned from n vitit to relatives in lat Friday, to viilt Mm. Hamilton' litter, Mlt Cordla Hamilton. Richmond. Mr. Itradley Mr. II II Ho Maton tpent a few day in Cincinnati thli week. Mn. W. M. Eldridge, of Faint Lick, the guct of Mn. Jamet Wood, on the Itichmond road. 1 ISO, PRODUCTION TWO PERFORMANCES DAILY DREAM CITY EXPOSITION AND STYLE SHOW SHELBURNE WAREHOUSE Broadway and Pine Street Mn. J. It. Mont and Mil Joan Joknion, of LexingMr John I . Arnold spent the week- ton, hat been (pending a few day Mount leave tomorrow for n two week' vitit with relative in end with hi aunt, Mr. C. M. Norrts, in Lancaiter. They will motor through. in Frankfort. y Ml Mary Miller Wood left At the Commencement excrcite of Mr. Hugh WUisn, of Crawfords-vill- r, for n vitit te Mm. E. U Wood, the High School in Danville among Ark., U visiting Mi nunt, Mr. In Faint Lick. the medal awarded were the followKd llo. nml Til r. Hon. Mr. W. S. Embry ami Mr. Virgil ing: The prize of fo.00, offered by A Rrltf Mlrtltn of lU Coming, trxl Mr. Sam It. Harris, of Louisville, Conn tpent a few day in Leultvilte the D. A. It. Society to the pupil Ootflji by TKtM W Art Inltrultd In. in um with hi parent, Judge anil Mr?. the past week. the 7th and 8th grade landing the E. W Harri last week. U. S. HUtorj, Ilalley, of belt examination in Mit Carroll Ophlin Mm. J C l!oir wa a visitor in Mm. Ed Kb. Mn. Jbn - Ar- Stanford, i vNitlng her iWter, Mrt. wa awarded to Ilanki Hudion, Jr., Danville Friday and Richard Foley wn given honornold ami nelee, Ml JoiepMnc Ilaney, I'retcett Ilrown. able membership in this conteit. Squire Itobert I.. Harke r attended Pn Friday In Le xlngton. Mr. Hank Hudion, Jr., ef Dan- Hanks Hudion, Jr., Is the on of Mr. church at Goihen last Sunday. f c(nein. ville, it the guet of her aunt, Mr. and Mr. Hanki Hudson, of Danville, MM chhUc ,,olHltP W-no-oga and a frequent visitor of hi aunt, W. A. Farnau. Mrs. Elisabeth Joseph, of Chatto. nati, ha been the guest of Mr. Mr. W. A. Farnau and the Item i i vliltlng Mr. A. C. MHei. ,'T Dickewn, en .Maple avenue. Mn. Hank Hudten and Mil Por- 'read with a great deal of interctt to Mr. It. J. Kngle, our enterprising ter Huiltnn, of Danville ,were In I his many Lancaiter friends. Mr. and Mm. 0. H. Swlebrad arc wn Lancaiter Tuesday. trending leveral days In lAubrillc. merchant on Crab Orchard street Mr. Will Itice Amon in Louisville en business this week. i in Mr. Wallace Mulr, Mr. and Mn. this week, as a gueit of the DeMn. W. K. Ck. f Danville, l Maiter Itobert Gulley, of Camp Hardin, of Lexington, were vtiitor partment of Architecture, Massachuwim ner neuter. ...r. r. vW. in Lancaster Tueday. ,)kk RlWwoI j,,, bcrn n setts Inititute of Technology. He tor of Mr. A. C. Miles and Mr. and Mr. J anna IUH hat returned Mr. .Mae Hughe N'oland I i pend- with fourteen other were given this Mm. Hubert Carter. from a vlilt t her agktcr, in ing a few day in I.ouivillo with her trip because of their class standing; he being first of the Ave chosen from Mitt Katie Barnrn Dlckeron, of brether. It. E. Hughe. the Senior clai. They will be shown Itichmond, ipent .Mr.. J. E. SUrme ami E. II. Ilur. Narmal School, at Mr. and Mr. Henrv Wood, of Hnr. some of the mot noted examples of with her parent, Mr. the week-enland returned Saturday from Hep- rodnburg, were gueit of relative In Architecture in the city. They will and Mn. Will Dlckenon. klR'Vlllf. thit city lait Sunday. also be given receptions by the Mr. W. Slmpon Blkin, who ha Mr. W. 0. and Mr. William Mn. Emma Hlgginbotham it viui- - Architect Club and the Harvard Club Mi of New York. As honor tudent of Elliott wire in Danville Friday on been the jtuet of her itter, Jennie Duncan, returned Tuesday to ting the family of Mr. and Mn. W. his class, he ha been given a scholarbuiineii. W. Weit, near Point Leave!! thl her home in Atlanta, Ga. ship for one year of week. Mile, ef Mr and Mm. Lilian! work. Mr. Cyru Eaian, f Salvia, Ky. Nichelasvilte hare been the guest of Dr. Francit Elliott, ef Louliville, it the Ket of Mr. and Mm PendleFriends of the bride-elec- t will be Mrs A. C Mile. and i (pending the rummer vacation with very much interested in the following ton Cox and other relative his parent, Dr. and Mn. Wm. E. Mr Ashby Warren, af Memphis, friend in the city and county. announcement which appeared in the Elliott. Tenn., pent Sunday with hii aunt, Sunday Courier Journal: Mr. Gayle Dety, wh ha been atMn Jennie Duncan. Mr. and Mn. J. It. Sanden, of Mr. Charlie Chenault, of San Fran-citcHigh the patt tending the Danville California, i the guet of hit Campbellsville announce the engageMm I.ime IleUii left Tuesday for term, i with hi aunt, Milt Lena titter, Mr. J. W. Elmore and Mr. ment of their daughter, Miss Ellen will attend the llrlcht, far the ummer vacation. Itichmond where Alien Sanders to Mr. Alvin Robert Elmore. lummrr Normal Schtd. Mm. It. J. Enirlr and two daugh-teLyon. The wedding will take place Mm. W. A. Farnau and mm, Ken- at high noon, June 13th., in Miivt Mary and Lucille, Mcwn. Mr. Delia Aeey hat returned front the Fint a few- - day stay at the Good Samari- Clinton Ilaitin and Collier, were viti-to- n nedy, have returned from a weekt Haptlst Church in Campbellsville. vitit to her iter, Mn. Hank Hud- tn Ilerea Sunday. Mil Sanden wjs one of the most tan Hospital in Lexington. ton, in Danville. popular teachen of the Lancaster MIm Arabella William, who hat Prof. Paul ltyd and family left The Lancaiter Chapter of the High School, having served durinj; the lait week far Leltchfield. where they been a ttudent at Cumberland Col1921-2- 2 session and it a source of lege, Wllliamburg, it tpendlng the Eaitern Start, will go to Harrodt- will spend the tummcr vacation. regret to her friends to know aunt, MIm Itebecca burg thl evening to attend their tec-an- d much lummer with her Mr and Mn. Luther Glbbs, Mr. William. anniversary ami the initiation of that he i not to return to her work here. and Mn. J. E. Blroere have been a large Mr. Mam Swinebroad and Mr. J. steading a few day in Lexington. ttecausv .Margaret one Mettr. Jee Ilurntide and J. J. today from It. I!avblen returned Mr. Georgia Moore Arnold hnt re. Cattle Height, Lebanon, Tenn., and Walker, Sr., tegethir with Dr. Wm. of Hillboro' prettiest girls, will be turned from a vii.it to her mother, will ipemi their vacation here, with M. Elliott took the Tuesday afternoon a member of the cast of "Sonny," Mr. Sallie Moure, in N'icholaivillc. train fer Leuitville. They will re- Richard Harthelmess' latest picture. their parent. U ednesday night has designated turn today. Mr. J. E. Kabmsmi. Mm. William "Hill.boru Night." A large number Mitt. Anna IIltilnw returnetl la.nl .. CuHi... nml Mix Jub MauBt were ........ Mn. Will Palmer returnetl from of Hillsboro folk expect to visit the inuntlay niter Having taugat nvc iUrs in Lexington lait Monday. .monlh, , ,he Cty ,,ubHe Scho0U f Lauitvillc Iat Friday, bringing with Strand theatre that night. Miss Paul- her, MIm Sutie Palmer, her daughter, coner will be the guest of the 0- S,he u Mr.. Graham. of Canada, i lh baf k wne iay there U n who it rapidly recovering from an management, it was learned Satur , -- f -u VL Mix -.- !.-, .. operation recently performed there. day. She visited Cincinnati last win place like Kentucky. and Mr. UU n HuieUen Height. ter while "Sonny" was being filmed, A mo.age ha been received in Mi Mary Miller Woed entertain-- d passing a few hours here during n ItantiaU, of Fultim, Mr. Jnme Nellie n few friend Friday evening at lancaiter ef the death ef Mn. breif visit to her father, a Presbvter Centre Olkge Mil dent, HieBt the Letcher Campion, of Washington, road. her home en the Itichmond ian minister of Hillsboro. a number of SWnt-hronweek-en- d with Mr. George RefreohmenU were ervl and Ml D. C. Mn. ComptoH it a eouln of film folk met her nt a luncheon given Weed proved an ideal hotte. About Mr. H. L. 0vley anil hat many old by Roy Haines, Cincinnati manager friend here who regret to hear of or twelve gueii were present. Lexington, the Associated tint National Film MIm Martha HettU her death. corporation. Cincinnati Times-StaU fHling two wtjok with her mothInvitation have been received here The many friend of Mis Faul Mr. Wayne Jepbin, of El l'aco, er. Mm. Ellen Hettk, on Manle from Mr. John It. Holtzclaw and the Texat, Mn. Ernott Sprague, Mr. ami coner will read the item with a great avettuf. graduating elm of Trontylvania ColMrt. Theodore Wlntenmlth, of Dan deal of interest as she is a frequent Mr, Hairy Tomlinon and little lege, Lexington. Mr. Holtzclaw it a ville, Mr. and Mr. W. It. Ceok, of visitor of her grandmother, Mr. W ' daughter Kae r turned from a iit member of the clat of 1922, He it Danville pent Friday afternoon in It. Maien, of this city. to h. r parer.t, Mr ari l Mr Wath, ali a graduate of the Lancaiter High Lancaster with Mr. Coek't mother, 'School. m LU'l.ow Mm. E. L. Owley. Gossip About People LEXINGTON, KY, Afternoon Evenings Children JUNE 11 2-10- th vv Wed-netda- CONTINUOUS, 1 P. M. TO ADMISSION P. M. 25c 50c ' half price. War tax included. Mile. Ella Daganova world famous dancer. Toots famous New York Hippodrome clown. Chicago Opera Star. John J. Nile Helen Kessing beautiful singer. La Coeur and Robard Betty and Gable and many other acts. Bathing models the prettiet models in the world. Beautiful music dancing singing. FUN FOR EVERYBODY. New-Yor- vwr. ,,. FINE SERVICE Radio BOY WANTED En- Station tertaining Pleased Audiences Receiving d Somewhere in this town Is one " boy who is a spirit, full of grit and ambition, and absolutely honest. We want that boy. He will be the only boy agent In this town for the famous MOVE WEEKLY "go-getter- (l4ht . Jjl The Radio receiving station located over the store room of J. K. Dicker-so- n and Son' ami recently erected and controlled by Mc.srs. Uaitin and Dick- erion, are entertaining large audience almost every evening with delightful programs which they are receiving from Kast Pittsburg, l'a., the home of the radio station of the West- inghouse Company, who are manufacturing these sets and whose local agents are Most. Hastin and .MAGAZINE. He will work after school and other spare time. His pay will be what he makes it; besides line prizes and free Movie Ticket. When he make good, he will be promoted. If you are between 14 and 10 yean old, determined to "make good" and truly think you are the boy for this Job, then apply by letter to Mr. E. L. Gilbert, "Person-nl,- " 3rd. floor, 119 West 40th St., New York City. Give full dotalls s; o, n. of any past selling experience; your The programs which arc announced age; parents' full name and buil-neiyour school grade and at least a week ahead are started about six o'clock every evening and continue two reference. until nine o'clock or later. These (It.) entertainment are free to the pub"Sweet Dreams of You" lic. The following program will be "Trixie" heard during the remainder of the "Shady Lane" week, if static condition are "Somebody. 1 cl. ... .. i f d. "Cherry Time" Thursday Evening ".Me For You" Monthly review of business con- 25c each or all G of these beauditions, by Clark Hammonds, of the tiful big song hits $1.00. Pittsburg National Hank; "VocaENTERPRISE MUSIC CO. tion of Girls," Miss Kither Smith of 216 Lyric Theatre BIdg., Conthe U. S. Kmployment sen-Ice- ; Cincinnati, O. cert, by the Thompson Steel Eorks Orchestra. Friday Evening "Law as a Profession," by Judge J. F. Carpenter; "Secretarial Training," by M. A. Xernberg; Vocal and IN TOWN Instrumental Selections. Saturday Evening Best Looking Mnn in Town Popular Concert, by Monaca OrFlour $1.00 chestra; "The Scout Oath and Law," followed by n concert by the FelGinghams lOcts Up lows Club Orchestra. (C-l-2- t.) been Fooling You" Country Store ,f Live Stock Markets Cincinnati, May 31 Hogs, re S, 100; 10c lower. Heavse. ceipt $10.80; packers and butchers $10.e0; medium $10. SO; stags $5 o $.1.75; heavy fat sow $7 $S.75; light ship- per $10. SO; pigs, U0 pounds nml less, $8 R. J. EN6LE Nenr Depot. Lanvnster.Ky r. BflROfllNS FRESH FISH 9cts Late Tomato Plants 10c doz. lb Glasses 5c each MILES DUNBAR TIRES GUARANTEED 6000 30x3 $7.95 30x3 12 $8.95 Why buy Tires not Guaranteed. Sanders Variety Store The Red Front LANCASTER, KY. Davhtion left for ! Itichmond UiA Friday, after a plwit-jnWins Big Race viit with her daughter, Mn. Z. Imlianapolii, May 31 Lending T, Itice. She wni ncconipaniod home ;tiy her grandaughter, Mlt Caroline irom start to nntn, Jimmy .Mur phy, of Lou Angeles, Cal., winner itice, who wa the at tractive week of the 1021 French (Irnnd Prix, end guett of Mint Hazel Champ. enrved hi name deeper in the hnl! Mr. and Mr. Sam Ilaoltlen enter- of motor fame Tueiday when he tained Friday at their borne in "Hill dashed acros the wire a winner of Court" with an elegant tix o'clock the 500 mile race at the Indianapolis .Imner in honor of Mr. and Mr. speedway before a record breaking In me FickeWen. of Crab Orchard crowd of 1.15,000 petaton. Murphy smashed all record for the Spring. The hoot and table wore ileeoratod in pring tlower and a dlitance, clipping more than 10 mindclicloui four coune menu wnt terv-- e ute oil" the best previous record. I to about twelve guett. Hi time wa 5:17, .10:71, nn average The miles an hour against the of proved a very charming one. eld record of SI). 01 mile an hour A delightful atfair of thl week wnt made by Ralph Pc Palma In lt15. the tea with which Mm. It. E. Jimmy drove hi "Murphy Special." entertained at her heme on Harry Hartx, of Lo Angeles, was Danville avenue in honr of the second, Kddie Hearne third and Ralph Woman' Club. A feature ef the af- Do Palma fourth. ternoon wat the report ef the convention of the Kentucky State FedConvenient Lockers Club, which eration of Wemea' The L. & N. have recently enttalled were held in Hopkintvllle Iat week. The report wa made by Mr. E. U. In the depot n large parcel and grip llourland, president of the local club, locker fer the convenience of the It is a model of the ami Mr. J. E. Sterme. the Eighth transient public. D ttrlct Governor. lioth talk were large type and will accommodate six lplendid. The home and table were hand bag. The traveler places hi decorated in many lovely tummer grip in the locker, close the door flower and the menu wu deliclou. and locks It taking the key with him. About forty guett were preient and It can be unlocked only by depositing thoroughly enjoyed Mn. Maltobertt' ten centOvhloh I the charge. It I charming hospitality. automatic and works perfeoUy. nt ' Mr. Carrie Los Angeles Boy Auto ' Cattle, receipt 1,000; dry fe I steady, grnsscrs weak and lower, Yearling steen, good to choice $7 50 g K.50; fair to good $0.50 (t 7.50; common to fair $4.50 0.50; year ling heifers good to choice $8 ( t); fair to good $6 0 S.50; common to 8; cow good to choice fair il tl; fair to good $3.75 (jr $5; $5 cutters $3.25 Q 3.50. Calves steady; good to choice $10, 10.50; fait to good $S 10; common and larxe $5 9 7, Sheep, receipt tei.lv; good g iod to choice Si tf) H.ii ; fa:,-$'.' I.'jO; ...v 4; common $1 ; $ 10.S0. ARE SMART LOOKINC af-fu- .r 3. Lambs 50c lower; good to choice $15 g 18.50; fair U good $12 50 12; common ft 15; seconds, $10 $7 g o. $1 LEAVE NO GAP HERE J 9 Step lively er be stepped upon. Love may be Wind, hew to feel. but it know THEIR INSTEP WILL NOT GIVE LIKE THIS The follew who known it nil has little knowledge te impart to othen Never believe all that another tell you, especially if he calls you a d. f Keeping your best foot sound good, but alternating gets you there. forward is what OUT KEEP YOUR GOOD FOOT ARCHES GOOD son SAH BV The man who receive his just re wards here below generally does a lot of hettflBi;, . JAS. W. SMITH The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday, June I, 1922 MANY LEGENDS OF THE OAK to LOYD Trtt' Qrndur and Btauty Sttm Have lmprMdEactt Ancltnt Rae In Turn. Thi nnclrnt rare, atruck with the noble niKTt of the oak, have In nil t envelnp.il It In lhi cloud of tliolr legend ami curried It lurk to the Welsh. & Wiseman Co's Mr. and Mr. Wm. S. Ray were vUlturs of Uradihaw Mill Sunday. Mr. ami Mr. Jamct Koter enter-- j nntlultjr. Of till In cl win I lie holm oak, which tliere m n trnillllim thnt two oak which nverliBdoved the nltnr of Jtlpi ter Straglu linil been planted by I rule. The origin of rrrtiiln tret? I lot In even remute antiquity. Tho lniHilnc terror of tin I lmpreed nil font ha (Irrmnny, thoKt who have and I'llnv nnil Taclltu cMpecially. The need oak of It somber vale, where wandered the elk anil the atiroch. e 1'Ilny tlll eslMrd near Home, nn Hip tnmk of which wk nn Ktniioim In rrlptlnn In letter of hrm Matins ttmt tin etIMence of the Ktrrnat cltjr It wn already tin object of pnpii-laveneration. The Unman nattinillr In the nli niTls that kingdom nvlnin of of I'onnu, Herode. In the the ilnys of June Clearance Sale BEGINS THURSDAY, Ut, It JUNE 1st tainnl wveral friend Sunday to a (iumptuoui dinner. T. WMU Mr and Mr. Squire taker vUlted Mr. nnd Mm. Ike Dun-- i can of Coy Sunday Mr. and Mr. Klijah McMIUUn were with the latter parents .V.-- . and Mm. John A. Hay Sunday. Mr, and Mr. Henry Kay and f tidy ipent Sunday with the lat'r'.i parent, Mr. and Mr. Ja. Sim ton. ' en-- . Mr. and Mr. I L Matth tertalned Mr. and Mr. Hober Wrap- -' Wm. on, Mlu Madge Ilarr and .V !simpon Thuriday to a i.ht'al dinner. ! tlm-pl- WOLF TRAIL BEGINING THURSDAY, JUNE WE WILL OFFER EVERYTHING nymlxd of Immortnllty" RED COW pwlally arouml the admiration of the Roman hlMnrlnn. "The majestic gran deur of the oak In thU frtret." he a.v Miirjwin nil Imaginable belief; till touched with the tree ha never ax: It li contemporary with the crcii-Hoof the world and appears to be the THROUGHOUT OUR ENTIRE STOCK AT VERY DECIDED REDUCTIONS FROM LOWEST REGULAR PRICES Mn. Clyde Stmptun I on :nt itk !.tt at her parent' home. Howard Price pent the lat weekend wlht Mr. and Mr. Irvine Simp on. hn WITH A DETERMINATION TO RE-DUC- E Mr. and Mr. W. T. Moberley Mr and Mr. Walter Ca?y v1t-t- d re-- . ALL LINES TO THE LOWEST POSSIBLE POINT IN A 15 DAYS SALE, SO COME EARLY AND OFTEN, AS SUCH PRICES CAN ONLY ccntly. Mr. and Mr. Klijah MoMIIUan and on were Sunday trueit of the Utter UNDER SUSPICION parent. purohaied a Mr Claude Spark Ford touring car from Thompn Davit lait week. XeiMe Mr. J T Scott and Ml Scott were week-encueit of Mr. and Mr. Klbert Teater. Mr. W T. Moberley returned home Thurtday after a few day tay with her daughter ,Mr. Fred Howard. M! (ilady and Jewel McCulley and Haxel Davu ipent Friday night with Mr and Mr. Clarence McCulley. Mr and Mr. John Dallcy and daughter were among the guet of Mr and Mr. Cha. .Murphy Sunday Mr and Mr. Hugh Moberley and daughter, wrre in Madlon Sunday the gueU of Mr. and Mr. Fred How. ard. Mr and Mr. Wilbert Dailey and ton wrre among the guett Sunday of Mr and Mr. TayUr I'rather of d Silly English Suparttitlen That Htr Milk Would Maka the Hair of Baby Rtd. A HAPPEN DURING OUR SEMI-ANNUA- L CLEARANCE SALES. pany told n correspondent recently nt a dairy show a circumstance llluttr.it-In- s a belief that existed not long ago In connection with n cow'a milk. It waa In the day when many In-ilodatrles kept a few cow at the hack of the ctahllhment, partly to jive the lmprelon that the dally milk upply wait all derived from thee row, or to enable the proprietor to meet the wanta of hli curtomer In wclal car for Infant feeding. The xhop had been closed for the dny, when a woman called to nk for new milk fur n baby. ThU wn, uppllel. Shortly after the woman called again and asked: "Can you tell me the color of the cow you took that milk fromf The owner of the etabllihment ald he waa not quite sure, but would eh and see. He went and returned Maying-: "It waa a black cow, but why do you want to know? "Well, sir." she replied. "If It had been a red cow my mtstresa would hnvo asked you to chance the milk, as tho baby would then have hod red hair, and she does not want that." London Morning Post. n director of a I.nndiai dairy com- TERMS - SPOT COATS CASH NO APPROVALS NO RETURNS HALF PRICE We offer during this sale choice of our entire stock of SprinK Coats at Half Price. Slp.00 Coats, reduced to $ 7.50 $25.00 Coats, reduced to $12.50 $29.50 Coats, reduced to $14.75 $39.50 Coats, reduced to $19.75 $48.00 Coats, reduced to $24.00 ALL DRESSES REDUCED SUITS ONE THIRD OFF Unrestricted choice of our entire line of Tailored d Suits at reductions of and more. $19.75 Tailored Suits, reduced to $13.50 $25.00 Tailored Suits, reduced to $16.75 $.19.50 Tailored Suits, reduced to $25.00 $19.50 Tailored Suits, reduced to $29.50 $37.50 $59.50 Tailored Suits, reduced to One-Thir- ALL WAISTS in REDUCED Fully one hundred and fifty Dresses of Taffeta Silk, Canton Crepe, Mignonette, etc., go in this sale at very mnrked reductions ranging from 25 TO 50 PER CENT OFF a Every Waist our entire stock to go at reduced prices, including Crepe de Chenes, Pongees, Georgettes, and Hand Made Voiles. About one hundred beautiful Voile Waist selling regularlv up to AT CHOICE $2.95 $7.50 SWEATERS KounJ Hill Mr and Mr. Jamet ..and, Mr. Coy Price and children prnt a ple.t. ant day Sunday with Mr and Mr. HOUSE DRESSES MILLINERY All Spring Hats Hunter Davi. Mr and Mr. Wm. Davu entertained Sunday Mr. and Mr. Walter Davi and baby, Mr. and Mr. Morto Davu and daughter. Itrp in A Yanks Samson. For a lone time Grandfather Illrclm Insisted that he was u very llfht sleeper and that a slight noise would always waken him. On the other hand, grandmother waa sure that hn could sleep sounder than the ordinary personso sure. Indeed, that she declared she could cut off his whiskers some night without his knowing It until morning, Oranrtfather retorted thnt. If she could succeed In doing It, he would go wltti her to visit their son In Idaho. Kor a few days grandmother said no more about It: apparently both had forgotten the conversation. Hut one morning when grandfather awoke Ida throat and the lower part of hla face felt unusually cold. lie sat up In bet, put his hand to bis face, and uttering a little cry. Jumped up ami hurSure enough, his ried to the mirror. whiskers were gone. He looked round In bewilderment and naw it muss of r and a pair of grandmother's shear on n chulr beside the Orondmdther right I lied. Youth's Companion. grsylsh-whltehal- Our entire line of "Barmon ' House Dresses in newest style Ginghams. Percales and Lawns at Sale Prices: $2.50 Dresses, now $4.00 Dresses, now $5.00 Dresses, now $1.95 at Clearance and Less. $7.50 Prices of One-Ha- lf $lo. 00 Hats, reduced to $10.00 Hats, reduced to $4.75 Our entire line of Pure Silk. Wool and Fibre Sweaters, in styles Tuxedo and Slip-ovoffered at greatly reduced er Bdfr Villjjtt. In ne dig the In Wi ninll liitiwtM anl nrM. wi'li the f jurr.t 4 prices. Special lot on table ranging up to $10 values, choice $3.95. $2.95 $3.95 $M IIat9 reduced to.- - $3.75 $1.98 $5.00 Hats, reduced to were all IV w.rk of halKr, m.injr of thrm licil Imto tins to ecure iralrt tiuniiitu. mice and othrr rilrnt. up.ni whlrli thrr pre Ttit-IturniM. often vt1uk rrral arrva, an? a ciunv of cointant annoranra atiJ danger to travrlrni on horirhaclu rtrftrjr arv muncriMii ihe Ainertran nrt AlltHul tlixf eplir, CUNNS feadies and Viisses Strap Slippers and Oxfords CHAftL Land guet of Mr. and Mr. and Mr. John Mr. at GreatljJ Reduced Prices. WASH GOODS Sunday. Mr. and Mr. S. S. Shatian were guett of Mr. and Mr. Oti Stott. recently. Mr. and Mr. Harlan Davi were guet of Mr. and Mr. Free-ma- n re-ce- Jec were Hurt WHITE GOODS All Linene, Flaxons, Organ- dies, .Nainsook and fancy lute Go0(U at rtfduced "ricc3' DRESS SILKS Davi. Mardl Oraa at Ntw Orlaans. The New Orleans observance of the Mardl Oraa lias been growing steadily since Its establishment In 1830, und U now numbered among the most brilliant of the public und social festivities of the United States. Ills Majesty Ilex, the king of the carnival. Ilrst rode at the head of n body of Arabic troops In honor of the Uumlan (irand Duke Alexis In iSU. The experiment was it success, and Hex beThe came an established favorite. "Mystic Crewe of t'omus." however, antedates thli portion of the carnival by some 13 years, for It was In ls.1T. that the flrat "Mystic Crewe" appeared In a fantastic night parade of gorgeous floats, manned by masked revHut so many uddttlons hate elers. bven made to the Mardl Oras that now Hex and Comus are only two features of a magnificent celebration which embraces the entire city. Good Whlitlsr Story. "One of Whistler' stories was of lturoe-Jon- e and himself going to it country fair and wandering Into u o a tattooed lady utid sideshow to he waa afraid to say how many sub Jectl were tattooed on her ou one k litre the American Eagle, on the other, the Union Jack, and on her back Leoosr-do'- a Last Supper. And she really was amaxtng, and they enjoyed It hugely Some four or Ave yeara afterward, In burst lu upon trillion, Hurne-Jou- e Whistler, and told him the same tattooed lady Mas ut the Aquarium, and they must go and sett her again. And they went and she had grown very Minit lu the meanwhile and when they all the h iked ut the Lut .lupper, uptMtlen v ore a broud grin." Krom The Whistler JouriMl" by B. IL and i. IVnnell. Our entire line of Cotton Wash Goods, at reduced prices, 122c yd. 19c ,vd 18c Best Apron Gingham for 36 in Percales Houehold Linen Towels, Napkins, Crashes, Sheets and Sheetings, at reduced prices. All Table Linens, HOSIERY and GLOVES All Ladies and Misses Host- - yd. for Shirting Madras. 121-- C yd., 3G in. Hope Cotton. 10c yd. for Hoosier Cotton.' CORSETS All Corsets at reduced "prices, both back An Drei,H siIks and colors, at reduced prices. 2.2510 in. Heavy Crepe de ChtM,c9' now $1'59 3G in. Black and Coior- $2.00 Taffetn SiIkt now.$i.45 $.,5o Canton Crepe, 40 in. wide, now $2.95 $1.98 $2.95 Printed Crepes UNDERWEAR All Lisle Vests Suit including such celebrated ur' ln olh LW reduced prices. ad at Sl,k at rl,UCud a,!, Muslin Underwear, G(nvns and Union Si,k nnd $K00 makes as Bon Ton, La Camille, Nenio and Royal Worchester. $1 50 S,k Hose $li20 69c mMn at 2 Clasp Silk Gloves at $1.50 and $1.98. Lace There will be preaching at the g Methoditt church here Saturday and Sunday. Mit Fannie Lee Walker I ipend-in- g the week with her coutln. Matter Itobcrt Lee Amon. Mr. and Mr. Ott Sebastian and chiidren spent Friday night with Mr. and Mr. W. II. StotU. Metdamv Arthur Dailey, Lucy Kat and Salhe Hurt were gueit of Mr. I.ige Hurt one day lait week. Mr, Loui McCulley and Miti Sylvia McCulley viiited Mr. Jotlah McCulley Monday and Mr, llarriton Kay Friday, Mr. and Mr. Thompton Davi and Mitiei Myrtl and Christine Davi were dinner guet of Mr. and Mr. John Land recently. Mr. and Mr. Haney Teater, Mlti Heme and Matter Welby Teater and Mr. Win. Itbell were guett of Mr. and Mr. K. H. Chandler in Lanca. eve-nin- ter Ladies' and Mines' SHOES Mattings, Rugs and Linoleums at Reduced Prices at Reduced Prices Curtains and Curtain Nets at Reduced Prices Monday. Mr. and Mr. W. V, Long of Uuck-ey- e, Welsh 8l Wiseman Co DANVILLE. KENTUCKY. Walker and dauirh. ter and Miti Katherine Morgan, of Lancaster, were guett of Mr. and Mr. W, II. Hay Sunday. Mr. Jame It. Amon will entertain with a Mining party TueJay after-noo- n In honor of hi guetU, Mlue Mary Kdlth Walker and Katherine Morgan, of Lanca iter. Among thoe who attended tho Memorial ervice at Lancatter front here Sunday were! Mr. and Mrs. Loui McCulley and children, Metr. Thompton Davi, Talton May and John Land. Mr. Prenti The Central Record, Lancaster Ky. Thursday, June MARKSBURY Mr. and Mrs. It. S. Clnrk were host nt n noon dinner Sunday fer Thompson nml family. Mr. Owen Kankln, of Hubble ami MIm Stella Doty surprised their many friends by getting married lmt wtrl, Mr. T. E. Tlimnpon left for St. ... . . .y I, I. l 1 , 1 922. u The Courier Journal LarKcst Morning Circulation TEACRERS lit. SALARIES Scheduled by Hoard of Kduca-tlo- n nnd Approved by Supt. Calvin nmKt4 Aml year etandanl high ichool plu I year of normal, fRH.00: plut 2 years of normal, Iti.'i.OO; plus 1 year of college or university, $88.00; plu 2 year of college or university, $95; plu 3 year of college or university, $07.00; plu I year of college or unlvemlty, $100.00; tlx week or more at n lumcmr school (1022), $5.00. HOW SOUND IS TRANSMITTED Vibration of the. Air Brings It to th Car Travel Fatter In Summtr Than In WlnUr. Sound I tninmiiltted to the enr by the vibration of the ulr. U'hen one partlile of nlr la niaile In vibrate t It set the ndjiu-vnmrtll' to vibrating, nml fin a noiind whw. If nut oliMrtirteit, paea In all direction from the Founding Ixuly. The chIimi Inted veloelty of eoimd In the nlr when the temperature la it t freetmt Hlnt I 1IISJ2I feet per Msnnd. Wheti temperature lnerfHea, nmnd tin trotelx fnter, and Hie rule tin cnlrulnted nt n little more thnn one foot per eeond for eoeli degree of rite In I'lilirenlieft'o thermometer Contrary to liulnr belief, nound trawl fatter In miiiiuier thnn In winter, nnd In wiirm than In mid ellmnteK. It might he thought thut noiinil would Inn el mure Mowly through II deiioe atmotphere, hut the elnttlelty Inereiite m rapidly n the denlty, and, therefore, the wloelty nf found I nnwtod hy rnrlns density. Tlie eloelty of "oiiu.l In Wilier, Vihen nt tilt Kreutet ilenlty, I 4,707.1 feet er seennd. The experl-menlby whlrli till m were niMile hy M I'nllHoilln. In l11l, nr'ro" the Uike of !tnen. from llolle to Thonon, a illttnn-- e of nhoiit nine mile. Wiiter, therefore, fntt n triin.mlt wnind four time Ix-e- WHICH DAILY PAPER? A Question Thnt Is Quickly nnd Ucntllly Answered. L. the n ewspaper butta.. ,f WuroUfln nm, hn, ,, lr Kd Clark sold rt Ink lOtt. per endorsed ky State .Superintendent h., Kd I'erklru old n let f b OeorBe Cl?ln. The schedule U for !4cU. anil Chas. Blank wdd n me the year I0t'2-'ii- . i O'teU. per pwind. hunch The wilnry schedule muit be mn.le Ola Poolta anil Mr. Itnymond by the County Board of Education Mtw lxdin f ilerea College, ipent the and tubmittetl in tlupHeate to the week-em- ! State Hoard of Education for approv- with their parents. Mr. Ann Swope, of lleylo County, at by the State Board before teacher' who wan spending the summer here centrnrt are maile; anil approved wan railed home Saturday on account schedule muit be in effect before any nf the illness of her daughter, Mrs.' payment are made to teachen. Sn teaeher can be legally employ- Jno. Swope. n,,t Bt ,h l,mB of from here who attended the pJ who Thoe mploymcnt n proper legal cer-rtTth. annual Conference of the S. R. hl durinR at Jack.onvllle, Fla., the land of,1"!'"1'' whlch wl not "P1 unshlnc and flowen, report a splcn- - ihe ,crm toT nifh hr ' employed, T," flrl 25c of the county chool dkl trip and one of the bet lei.lon' "' mul be devoted exclusively to e.f the convention. The windows were decorated with every known upplmentlng teacher 'salarlc. or mUfh nf 11 " U needed to meet vegetable and cltru fruit, which nd the minimum '"lar' wiM be werkii before Kentucky pr-!th- p salary law. In thoe countie where ..,in.!r. nf th. ..m. Th ami visitor received a cordial we. ihe J5c I,,v' wn,"n fl,,1,,, to thr Me i"elit to meet ramr. not only from the Baptist of 1"r raP,,n Florida, but the city at large. In ,m minimum salary law, the county lowrr ",ar' thsn every hop window you could rri lM,"r,! m"' W minimum. "Wrleome Baptists," on the Taxlel,h, "IUp in Baptists," even the placard j &btl in no county ought to b. aear the water', edge, "Hop In Hap- - uniform, but the ..alary paid .houldh"vp ,,irrft t.tl." The .Ide trip, to the br.che.1 er'n preparation rvUtU,n io ,hp teacnand experience. aad to the hiitenc town ef St Augu-ttnThu Mtlary tcheilule mut be kept and ether point af interet'and the deKghtful eltmate made It a trip putted in the county uperintrndent' office, and mut be published In the U be evvetrd. bxal twper. It muit be made the t. and a part of the teaeher' The wrhl U at feee with every tfcg hut Unit. f alt tcieher The alan by the county Ixwrnl af eiluca-tioThe ten l walrtMMNiy ht dUel in the elemen with leaky bali. whether ehMtl of the county or in Ury eJImb-in- g Set yiwr gal Mgh ai4 keep eovnly MfceoU, will be bated on the until yau paw It. following: , i'rrptrallon bent Mlwreled Wy tk TrMth (iradunle of the Mh. grade, (75; whs have experieMeiJ iU vnlue. plu. t year of high whool. $70.00; Join the preeleii. even if you plu i year of high trhool, $77.00; can't do an)thmg more than iwing jplut 3 year of high tchool, $78.00; oattai'.f unto it plu 4 year of high nchool, ISO. 00; The truth houM aluay be told, but plut t year of normal, $77; plu i ometimr it it tafer to let the other year of normal, $80.00; plu 3 year if normal, $8fi.00; Graduate of a 4 fellow do the te ling , ! M. brother, Mr. Reemcle Thomson pprw , thp C()Un. Under no condition shall any high rchool imtlntant teacher receive more than $1,000.00 for U months teaching. of Any Kentucky Newspaper Enjoys a nation-wid- e prestige nnd reputation. It is essentially a jiewspnpcr, intent upon giving news mntter 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 Couricr-Journis the daily newspaper you will need. nI Attendance '50 per cent of the censut, $2.00; 70 per cent of the ceniu. $3.00; 80 per eent, $t.00; 90 per cent, $5.00. Supervltlon Under no condition shall nny Principal of (Irnded or High School receive more than $1,500.00 for 9 month service. hu Spring In Kentucky The blackbirds sway on the cattails the marthea where the tadpoles He. nt n .i.l..... nl i The meadow larks thrill from the old rail fence by. A the crows go A ml breast robin ream with his might An he tug at a worm In tho ground And a mocking bird sweet gives wing to (light For fear that her net will be found. Th shltepokt stand in the lily bed Where he wait for the minnow arid craw, And the forked-tal- l cat nnd the sun- fUh red enry By special arrangements we arc now able to offer L THE DAILY COURIER-JOURNA- AND THE air oe. NO OLD AGE PROBLEM HERE Mountain Indian ef the And Those of Race Who Reach Fattful Limit. Kill bi con-trae- em-pW- n. Illctl III the fntne"f of the Anile momitnlii of I'eru there live a nae uhli-4'li mi nee limit iiiid kllN nil Dart down from the kingfisher's of It eole who reu:h the fntefill claw. murk. In enrti IIIuei mi iittlrlnl I The sunbeam dance on the chuck npNlnteil to terinlliiite the rurwrn of tiHt luiii:. who hole deep ei(imiiHliltle. Iioweter, I'lfferelit And the ripples sing a song of joy: u ! whut limit Oh, Cod! but nice to take line illrferent ieu hllimill exl'li'llie. ohoillil Ih ilHre on one peep Ill tome plunw the only duty of the At the time when I was n boy! exrotltlotter npeiir to he to sei ure Curtis K. I.yter in Albuquerque the ireelue of h mull Ht hl onn fuIf n percon Morning Journal. ller ul III the title role." trfvome to III thilt III fillienil beeiimex a eerlalnty In the lienr future, u ilate Dslly Thought. lend-Utterly In prKirtlim te i fixed for the Millie, and If the wIii!imI.' PmilH Wetnter iik' tlk'Ure hhoi H illMiltloli to W in.'nt the xlllaee ejeeiitloiier tukei Sermon' Real Duration. the mntter In hiind. "IV liiiMirtniiei of wlint jou linn to The Atnle imllven are of lmllSli tay ' Hlil TnrV I'.licn, "ilrpenil direiit, olhly from the (Julrlmu i on de you Lin git for Inillau. tti eorilllii: to Kcletitltl. They It. A MTnmn Hln't actually no longer lle In biIoIn hoM ln nnd are uld never tun mi kin keep ile fuiigrrgntlon to remote their clothlnc. They are " awoke tery hy and have no dltepdon utlile from ehewlnj ira lente, from which molerti tdeiitNt extract coeuliie. CENTRAL RECORD Both One Year by Mail, For Only $6.00 This ofTcr applies to renewals as well as new subscriptions, lle but only to people living in Kentucky, Tennessee or Indiana. New subscriptions may, if desired, start nt a later date, and it'' jut renewals will date from expiration of present one. If you prefer an evening newspaper, you may subttitute The Louisville Times for The Courier-Journa- l. Send or bring your orders to the office of eii I CENTRAL RECORD AFFLICTED Epidemic of Attacks Madison Dally Thought Truly there Is a tide In the affairs 'Methodist Mumps' nf men; but there Is no (iiilf Stream tcttlns forever In one direction. Community in Lowell. x AUCTION Saturday, June 10 AT 2 P. M. On the premises, one mile East of Paint Lick, I will sell the dandy little farm belongwithout reserve or George Alex Ross, deceased. ing to the heirs of ab-solute- PUBLIC lv by-bi- d, A news dispatch from Richmond Put an lda Acre. Whether It wu mental telepathy or says that an epidemic known as a mere eolncldeni-e- , 1 eunnot ay, hut "Methodist mumps" has visited In most every home In the community till I what hilppened: On a railway ttntlon (ilutfiirm at near the backwoods school house In mime dlMulire from Hie etixxl nil Madion county, where the Rcvv R. fniully. The fnther eurrled no I). Morton, evangelist and Virgil U hundle, hut the mother wu louded Moore, singer, of Chaplin, Ky., conlike m park mule. In one hand he held ducted n revival. a bundle retenihllnc U liirse week At one of the evening services the tleil up In n heet. The other iinn wali singer developed mumps and in less Hre o welchty looklnc bucket und thnn 24 hours SO persons In the conhutky baby. r'or hImiiU HI minute I looked on gregation were stricken. a that uoman In iort of dunilt The victims m this Is the worst Mm there niotlonlen under form of mump that ever visited that It ttn tltltely that awful Irnid. section, becnute it can be caught to wnteh her, und preacher, and Is I yelled to her, mentally; "Kor from a Methodist Anally so dry it won't permit a man water bundled!" heuten'n sake drop thote Intlnntly the woman let Co of the enough to wash his face or comb his hair. bundle, hnniled the liuby to her plureil the huket on top of Hie The evangelist said he would leave Ids bundle, folded her hand oter her something In the county that the peotom:i li nnd beuted n fish of relief. ple would not forget soon. The Kantn f'lty Star. afflicted residents say if the evangelist knew what they were saying Co Back to Flftttnth Ctntury. about him he would not want to If niotldiis thoiild iittoiiUli u about It .t their loimetlty. Ttie life of make n return engagement. ln-11 nerve-wriiekln- c e IN THE DISTRICT OF THE UNITED STATES FOR EASTERN DISTRICT OF KENTUCKY IN THIS FARM WILL BE SOLD IN 2 SEPARATE TRACTS AND THEN AS A WHOLE, AND THE SALE WILL BE CONFIRMED THE WAY BRINGING THE MOST MONEY. FIRST TRACT will contain about 6 acres, all good bottom land, upon which is located a good dwelling house of four or five rooms, a good stock barn, small outbuildings, and is watered by spring branch, and a very fine, salt sulphur well, at kitchen door, of as line water as you ever drank. SECOND TRACT lies North of L. & N. Railroad, from tract No. 1 by the railroad only, and contains about 28 acres. Is good quality Black Walnut land, upon which you can grow, clover and tobacco and mostly is now in grass, this adjoins the lands of W. F. Parks, John Howard, Robert Lawson and is a good type land. This is a good time, a good place, and a goo.d home for some one, who wants to live in Paint Lick High School district and to buy this small farm under the hammer, you fixing your own price, is a chance not often found. Terms will be announced at sale. being-separate- In the matter of David Duddcrar, Bankrupt in Bankruptcy. To the Creditors of this Bankrupt: Notice is hereby given that on May 20th., 102.', the said bankrupt of Lancaster, Garrard County KenBanktucky, was duly adjusted rupt, and that the first meeting of his creditors will be held at the Court House In Lancaster, Kentucky, on June 5th., 1922, at 2 P. M., at which time the Creditors may attend, prove their claims, appoint a Trustee, examine the Bankrupt, and transact such other business as may properly come before said meeting. Danville, Ky., May 25th., 1022. NELSON D. RODKS, Referee In Bankruptcy. NOTE Crcditont ennnot particiiinimul I ephermeml eompiirvl t Wireless Foreman. pate in the management of the ptne nnd crent that of our Wvv. The A I'aclllc cot electric of the distribution of assets unrhetnut can atturedly extend their several coiin'mctUm guiig company has nt work at til they prove their claim on form or .V exltenr to a term of 4 remote (Miitit . ml It I kept In conjenm. Ill the Itliilirt of Teiierlffe are stant ciimmunli. tlmi tilth them by required by the Bankruptcy Act, and found ninny venerable pine mid enorfile same with the Referee. irelem telegraphy. mous chestnut treet hlih In all prob- tneull of ability were Jante. there by the con es-tn- te iilltailore Use Klfteenth the Invutlon of the llei). The former are dltilnjrulbil from the other, tmlni: to the cnniiueror havln In their piety decorated them nearly all with little madontin. which to their are Mill teen Vltix-ndeboUL'h. Man' Marvdou Mtmory, Id inein-ory nt the eoinintiieeinent of century, the eK'h of d until he la an nmaxlnt: store of iiifonnatlon r.n ii wide variety of tul . ject hu btvu dlteotered at Hudilertlleld. He t John llolroyd. u builder laborer, and he I telMiiuilht. facts ktoriil Ilolro)d ha :il.(t uway In hi brulu. He can name every man who Iinn played football for hl coui.try, and tlie Almier of all 1ihv clatslc race Another of hi tKclaltle I cricket core and retult. He can tell you the btrthda) of national und local celebrities, (luce he henr n dute he never furcet It, and he ha more that) mice set parent rlctit na to the birth i'.uj of their children. UmiiIoii Tit lllrctit-n-illfTe- A mull who tn deteloKil Wedding Invitations What I more sentimental than a wfilJInc Invttatlnnf Certainly It Is not a mrre merhanlcal product to b peddled around lo the chcaptkl biJdur. Cheap flnrry Our vr' lk I easily within is Kenrrallr disappointing. reach and w hv correct eun.pUa (or tvury oceo dun sxd cvtry purni, 0mmBK0rRs tnjrovcra .and Jtatlonera LOUIHVILLK lilt. Suspicion Confirmed. "It mi) here thut Kurseou have iIlKovereil thut onince bliwtoin may be used as un Diiettbetle.'' Mild Mr. Hen perk. did believe thut I wu "I uncoiikclou when we wire ii.trrli'd."' ruuurLed Mr. HeniNtl Complete line of Samples at A IU Agent for the Heirs of George A. Ron. V;CllUill ftCCUl U UilittJ. ula The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday June DOINGS AT PAINT LICK 1 . 1 922 Other Man livered by Mr. Jones, teacher of English at Georgetown College, Alice's The following took lunch Saturday Interesting News of East End Cnpitol Gathered By Alert evening, going to Kingston, where Correspondents OF THE they ate, then went to Richmond to Rallard, Mae r ELLA SAUNDERS Gayheart !i quite ill at guct. Monday of Mr. and Mrs. EI the movies: Misses Mr. Ja. Curtis, Cynthia and Ellen Pniltt this writing. bert Tenter of Chapel. Ualoa. CopFtlekl, ISIS. Wtr Elixabeth Conn, Lucille Davis, Messrs, Cat "Glen Lily Flour" at London at the School Goebel I'rultt and Luther Curtis. Meet Alice Carruther kissed tier husband at 7i30 very delightful time was spent by Auditorium, Monday, J unt and Company, ON at the door and watched him stride Born to Mr. and Mr. 0. U. Py-to- n P. M. down thn afreet toward the station. all. on the 24th., a girl. ii. .iift.i. i.nrri..! in ratrh tha laorn Mr. Morse, who has been visiting building The play at the school ln train, ami, m she watched, Mrs. L. H. Davis spent Sunday af- relatives and friends here has return given by the Freshmen and Sopha Haw hlui break Into a run. A bill ed to her daughter, Mrs. II. G. Me ternoon with friends in Richmond. mores was one of the best ever given AT 1 130 P. M. little smile hovered all Instant-- ou Iter here. Mr. and Mrs. Elder are du Mr. L. H. Davis was in Cincinnati Whorter at Nlcholasvllle. Up. Miss Chastine Rucker was a vlsi much credit for the splendid way In The demand of other matters on Mr. Horn's time prevents a tiappr 1 the first of the week to buy good. Jim and she had be-tor in our town the past week and which the pupils were trained. The him from Kivlnir the attention necessary to the mill and a dis- two children during the first J"H of Mr. Goebel Prultt, of Derea Tuesday evening door receipts were $29.05. Owing solution sale of the firm's property has been agreed on. tbelr mnrrlHge. Then huslnes tn ule with home attended the play spent the week-enhad cuuie along, and Jim Carru her given at the school auditorium. to the three week's meeting that Just THE MILL folk. n !m a.'iiMKt forgotten the day v Missc. Margaret and Clara High closed, the crowd was not as large The Cornishville Mill is of GO barrel capacity ami possesses tud Rwnm to lute and cherish I. lltt had been with their as usual, and admission was only 15 an almost new building and machinery. . i ii iland, who have Installation of the ma- bride for all the jenr to cor-.- irom a severe niiarK oi ncmc inui - .I grandmother, for n visit, have re and 'JO cent. ., chinery is perfect and runs without a tremor of the building. Alice turned back Into tl..' hoii , " I I turned to their home in Covington. Mrs. J. I). Wynn took her Sunday mere are tour sianus oi rolls ot the Kouinson Manulactur-iii- wa.ht-- 4 up the breakfastInliuiiii-- . Messrs. Ollie and Joe Boian were. ' tto-i- i her w.i-- I unlocked a drawer Ml Rallard, of Preachers School class for n picnic last Thurs Co. type. The auxiliary machinery is complete. The te c...i... ,t,i. .;.... u out u biilid.e of letter, nA b'othrr. day. vi,le' Mi" Mai' Curtl On account of the inclement building is in perfect order and Is oak framed and braced. The aire. She took at the pot .riii guest weather they could not go where they mill building proper will store some H.GOO bushels of wheat and addreueil to her handwriting.ottlie. In o Kirksvllle, were week-en'0' . Kitruct miu r.i.zaoewi iieazicy wa one oi of Mw rMm Cynthla Vnlhu first planned, but instead went near a granary, 24x28 feet, across the drivewav is of irood stnrnire large masculine einelope she read: Ing one from It the graduate.) at K. C. ., Danville, f. Mime hmily Bourne, of Lancas Richmond, where a very enjoyable capacity and Is this WCe. Ihirllna Alke. ,l'r nnJ A,ice Sutton, of Marksbury, day was spent by all. The rain of WATER DAM FOR POWER . . .. ... h Vour bn In my breol ., ...,. nr. anu urs. n. u. r.iucr una mm Wednesday night wet the ground so ,l viuiltllhirt ,.)-- ) 4 n.t tor itr t'a The dam is a well constructed and tight concrete dam over p. St! tn ruily. Ittta. only If t hate words have gone for a visit to her parents Nellie and Dora Scott the past week. they could not have lunch out of Is Ut.J 1UU leet long. The fore hay Is also of concrete. The mill tu eontey tu lou how ro ln.lri.t at Moreland. 1 1J ou anJ Mr. and Mrs. Walter Center and doors, so they went to Mrs. Wisson property extends on both Mm mufh you n Meidames R. W. Estridge and II. .on, Mr. and Mrs. Tandy Center, Mrs Brandenburg's and served their lunch river rights ore possessed. banks of the Chaplin river and full I lot you. It thero n.l of njlhlne Not one dollar is necessnrv to sneiul more J. Patrick were in Richmond Mon- T. II. Wagers spent Tuesday with in her dining room, Mrs. Brandenburg on this property for repairs or improvements. ("U I a.rllnat ltM J''" ' furnishing Ice tea for them. day shopping. I think of ' not eurprU n In lh I Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Cox in Richmond TERRITORY SERVED a taitltvl, h'lrl'M blr! In ou Mr. W. C. Fish died at his home Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hurt were the I ToU are Innsln; far Rev. Clayton and wife, of LcxingThis mill site is verv old ami hns miinviwl nt nil ilnnw tlw. tint loamt hrul. M you ae a in Richmond Sunday night. May 2Hth, guests of Mr. and Mr.v Jink Davis in a T..V... 4 ( I U t lf l. Mill, ..ill. W .1 liil a. Ull , .ill. ami was buried Tuesday morning .VII, At present we have a heavy nimmtrrlil r.i.ltln A Citn Int. at distinction of being a good mill. hi hw tMf. to mlnUl.r tn hi land Mrs. Tandy Center were guests ten o clock. He was , ... a resident of trade in custom grinding and serve a territory of over 10 square nwre .Mr. anu .urs. nn.Ker wcru SunJaJ. of Mr anJ M Wnlu,r Ccn miles. ou wlli r.rne with m If Paint Lick for several year and guests Saturday evening of Dr. and . h.ra Enough wheat is easily purchased In this tirritnrv nml U MI twain life otnwti-- r was vice president of Peoples Hank i 1 Mrs. F. H. Smith. Sfituallr th rnmrir af tha oM hataful , ..... was .nere - me I ine American Legion Committee at this place for years, which posi delivered to the mill. life will tMHm dim. Tou "111 alar b a. tins tor iiev. If the purchaser needs the service of an expert miller alt In tha wncH lo ma. Will sou fomsl of thi fommunity wish t0 extonJ llODr.ntCK. Commencement exercises and mingthelr ,hnnk, to the frendf who furn tion he held until his death. His there is a good local man available on reasonable terms. wife preceded him to the grave only ling with old fnends. uhei, th &0ftm for their ,ccoration flllnl her rjr and drlplnnt RESIDENCE HOUSE AND LOT few months ago. Six children sur Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Center, of Ra- - Sunday. h read. Hhn nn vlve. They are Messrs. Kb of Berea, There will also be in the sale a eood four ronm hnnm. with down up athe page a lcctlng a shi-tiMik ami, venna, are visitors this week of .Mr, Rev. X. H. Young and wife, Misses Luther, of Paint Lick and Dr. Carlos, hall antl all necessary outbuildinirs. situated on nrnmiinuit of papvr, tesin her answer; F. A. Scott and family. Eliiabeth King. Elizabeth Hensley of Frankfort, Mesdames Mason, of corner of the town, owned by Kyle Ruby. Mr. and Mrs. Joe James and Mr. and Mary Pennington attended the Caleast. Garrett, of Richmond Mr Own Ivai.tt and CORNISHVILLE I will mm with ynu. to tha worUt e Ada Ely, all of Paris, were guests Commencement exejeises at Wilmore Galloway, of Lexington. TMay ha want off lo nl. If To those unacquainted with our town, we wish to mtil Tuesday. Sunday of Miss Kate Ely. hU tuslnvaa at uauil wlttmul Ihouetit word as to the merits and advantages of this place. Here you will of ma Tha Imirh f hU Hpa Hollintworth Rhodui rtful Word has been received here by Several from here went to lo ma Hurl) atnaly II .annul tx i(tit Miss Rena Hollmsworth, of Paint nnu a rennett anu community of over 200 people thai ara l.o opta h"alwaysao ba Tuesday to attend the friends of Rev. B. J. Skaggs that he ick and Mr. George Rhodus, of in the immediate town and a very thickly settled territory trihii- - lnrnnielUa ih.uM chain! had undergone an operation for his Hamilton, Ohio, were married Tue- - tary to us. We have two splendid churches, a thriving batik Rural Carrier's Convention. able I hit- -' )u. lUlllrk. darllnsT. and I Misses Ira Hammons and Lida eyes at Nashville, about ten days lay, May 23rd., in the presence of and willing to serve all nroner enternrises. n moili.l firm- - inr. rhall lva ) mi with my whole tiaarl until will take combined, three general stores, one grocery and I .lla t am loura foraT.r few friends. The bride is a charm and post-o!ric- e Hammond, of Covington, are guests ago. At present he is doing nicely. !( ' 11 Ihla avanlnc end Ktl out of Miss Jessie Mae Hammack. The Ladies Aid Society of the ing young daughter of Mr. and Mrs. cream station, an incorporated electric light power plant, two l.utht-.i- rt M.t ma th.ra, and than' blacksmith shops and two garages. B. Hollinsworth. is one of the best am rrady tn oay your command and There The groom is a Mr. George Ballard visited her Christian church will have a Silver two-rooschools in the county located here. Th I'm nrn Mn. whara you will AUCC daughter, Mr. Jack Davis and at- Tea at the home of Mr. F. H. Smith machinest in Nils tool works, of sonic, Woodmen, Maccabees and Hoyal Neighbors lodges. Four Mie put away th letttirs ami, folding Hamilton and is highly esteemed by tended the Commencement exercises. Saturday afternoon, June 10th., from macanam turnpiKcs converire n the m Its of tin. town In the one hn had wrttteo, addre! an 1 :30 to 5 o'clock. They will make their mini Everybody please his friends. Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Chestnut and come and assist in a worthy cause. home in Hamilton, where he has JlOO feet of the mill. Cornishville is the largest country pro- eutrelii, sllppetl It Inside, and carried duce center of the county. If you are looking for a good busi- It to thn letter-bochildren were in Derea Sunday, the at tha corner. And property. Misses Nellie and Dora Scott enness and a good town, get this property. There are two splen- all the rest of that day site mote. I guests of his brother, Mr. I. B. Chesttertained delightfully Friday evening about within the houso, happy tn the did physicians in this place. nut. MT. HEBRON thought of with a lawn fete In honor of the Seniwould cash and balance in 1, 2 and J! years. bring. When whatafthe ntulag sUsto! IhtlMb One-thir- d Mr. and Mr. Will Hurt went to or class of Paint Lick High School. tha teroooa w) & tastSse her go no she (Hit on her hat Mr. and Mrs. Clate Humphrey and Red House Sunday to see Mr. Wm. About one hundred and twenty-fiv- e way out of tho house toward Ut sta Wylie, who Is very low with tubercu- guests enjoyed their hospitality. The Mr. Wm. Onstott were in Lexington tion. Never again would th a tin losis. decorations were pink and white Saturday. hateful prison that had oar Ksm a Mr. and Mrs. W. X. Grow, of Pleas. Dr. H. J. Patrick and Mr. D. A. as were also the cakes served with CORNISHVILLE, KY. little nest for herself and Jim. Hervey, were guests of Mr. and Mr. frappe. ant Hill, were with Mr. Kdd Grow Tho thought that she wm, (Otag to Wednesday. II. G. McWhorter, In NlcholaJvllle, her lovrr mail her beaut tSMl more Tuesday, May 23rd. was the closing Not Btcomlng. Perhaps. julckly, and a tender ratle curved her Sunday. Mr. Guy Scott and Mr. Collins, nf No wmin Is i nncrllc as to prefer Up as she pictured ItoderleJt, of the High School. The following la hi Mrs. J. D. Burchell was called the were member Column are guests oi .Mr. ami .Mrs. graduating j t halo to n Im lmdun Opinion. of the strvagth, hi simplicity, hi goodoems. lint of the week to the bedside of class Misses Edna Underwood nd And she paceil the platforta of the her sister, Mrs. Annie Moberly. who Lena Estridge, Messrs. Jewell Wal- Mr. Edd Grow and Mrs. H. I station In a fetvr of Impatience, wallRtally Hanov Man. RATES is very ill. I look nn llmt mtin n lace, Richard Davis, Morton Elder, Thompson, who have been sick are !,r,m wno, ing for the train from th city that Miss Dora Single insertion 1c a word wurii i urn ii ii Scot, Mr. J. V. and Peyton Coldwell and A. B. Estridge. i able to be out. of lucre. was to tear her onwanl to Soathport. imi, m wn-- k for a reply, not It camn hlstlng up to the platform at Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Center were The address to the graduates was de-- j N'o ad taken far less than 20c Messrs. J. I. Crawford, Irvin Dean Into tiit. market not Into opinion, not last, ami amoug the crowd of demandand George Crawford were in Lex- . ing assengers she naw Jlra. In this cqtynn. N'o ads in this tmu iwininyEt. ington Thursday. Thry saw each other mutually. II column charged. hurried toward tier and folded her lu Mr. B. A. Duncan, of Bryantsville, Men Ltsd In Suicide Tell. Seven insertions for th spent last week with his daughter, Ttie pniMirtlnn of men in womm mi. his arms. -- Alice, dear!" price of Ave. cldes In the United ial.i Is more than .un. narrison wean . "Jim. darling!" two to one. with the men shooting Is Phone orders must be paid Mrs. Thomas Norris, daughter and "(JixhI new. A I lev Tlmt bulne me la.orilf nniin. while the inlcirli promptly. trouhle I aettlnl ihiw. mid I'm to have son. of Curdville. arc with her moth- 3f women suicide ue iwilwin. -t (iteuaon nt a thouviiid more a "er, Mrs. Mattie Montgomery. ; YlOCXXX XX.XXXX X X KX1XX tfitJOCX jear. There'll lx morv lelsurw for u Mr. and Mrs. Tho. Hicks and The Garden Brook. now, ami more liapplHe for )oti." . . .... -darghtvr, Hazel Ruth were with Mr. Aim inert- - I itrmiK mould intirmii. sewing apply to For Oh. Jim. il.nr. I'm au glnil!" Slot witn ii okv of million- - hantilii,.i? and Mr. H. It. Montgomery Sunday. Mrs. J .S. Good, Lexington Street. allplH-lor arm ttiroush hi nnd they and a Utile garden l.rliiiinlii; oter with started up the hilt together. Mr. M. L. Montgomery nd family Phone 31 .lowers kiiouio murk l he ila), nnd "I'e been reprotu hlnc inctf all were guests of Mr. nnd Mr. Craig weeks, mid month with bud and hlo- day for the way fte lvn negleetlng You save the difference by trading otn.Himgiiie .Irrn-ld- . McKechine, near Mnrcellus Sunday, you nf late. Alice." he wild. with U. J. Kngle, near Depot. Mr. Ren Stone, of Indianapolis, "Net i r mind, Jim I knew- you wr it.) Hungarian Melodies. was here Wednesday to uttend the The .Serbian melodic are Mitemo worrleit. Vou you're nun )ou love burial of his father, Mr. Jno. Stone. FOR SALK: Singer Sewing Ma. and linpreivlie. Ilimgarlun eoni:,, on Hie n murh u eterV' "VVhat n iiueatl I" He On account nf the serious illness chine In perfect condition. tint other hand, uliow t Utility mid tit) laucheil. nnd then- - wn a little Ionian. pemoMiy. llie ii n inoiy In two-foMm. Harry Francis, of Rev .Manley's father, the week' "Jim. dear, will jou think mo time, hut both rh)t!iins and the Paint Lick, Ky. services at this place have been post- (C25.tf.) wicked If I ronfe something to you 7" time charge continually poned. "Out with It " he laughed. "I've LOST Child's Blue Sweater be. jou Allle." Messrs. M. L. Montgomery and tween Jas. UaUtons and High School Mental Exercise. "Ah. hut It'a terrible." she cried. Owing to the ihanciti,' effect of the Hunter Ray delivered some hojrs to Building nt Paint Lick, on the night Vou know, when when I wnn't sure Moon Umiii the tide the motion of the Mr. Henry Ruble last Thursday at of May 23rd. Please return to Baked from jou nireil. I t wrote myself n earth Is being retarded about ono secD cents per pound. 4 Mr. Jas IlaUton. ond eery thiiiitd yenrn. If vnu Imn love letter from mi Immrlnary man. Stons 'nothing else to worry ubout, worry and pretended to .M nn nnawer, and FOR SALE) Sluli Auto 85 per w were going1 to run nwiiy together. about 'hat. Mr John Stone died at Lexington Easy terms to cent food cheap. Only, I I knew all the time that It on the 20th. He was born and rearresponsible parties. wiih you." Probably. ed In this county and was well known Conn V Conn Garage. When ii girl admits she iildn't at this place. He was 42 years of Trees That Tell the 6oll Moisture. ' men ii what he mmIiI nhout refuting In age. He united with the church here An Interesting Hlbllty wa take hnrk her pruinlne to chnnse tier In his youth. Mr. Stone leaves one For Kxchange: I will exchange mind, she was proluihly mUiiikeu In brought out by ir .Sum F. Trvlenao daughter and two sons, a brother, 100 acre. of land, with tenant house the first plan, nnd dovsu't reully of John llopkln iiulturslty In hi pnp r befon the ph)lnloglciil section Because you get all the richness of flavor; all the Mr. Jas. Stone and sister, Mrs. F. W. nnd tobacco barn, for smaller improv- tueiiu It. of the Itotiiiilcul Society nf .inerlca. Montgomery, of this place. After ed place. George Anderson, nutritious qualiticsof the wheat. Every clement for lie lNilnt.il out that the leaflet of the Missed Something. funeral service by Dr. B. A. Dawes (It.) Junction City. Ky. making of good flour is retained in American the Little Itiiy win being hIhihii ii bust coconut, hiinnnii mid nmullln tntu Wednesday morning the remains were nf Id distinguished grandfather who foldi along their midrib during thei Queen Flour. That's why it bakes morcloavcsof Walter A. Wood Mower, 05; Wal- - had died before liny was laid to rest In Mt. Hebron cemetery. lini. The nniter ami .Irliil rlil of thn day better bread than any flour wcknowof. Ilundredsof Much sympathy Is extended the be- ter A. Wood Bakes. 131: Walking youngster cased lit the liilM untitle or longer crtod agnlrJ and housewives are using this flour today because of its and Biding Cultivators. $2.Vnnd $40; III perplexed slleme: then he ltwiiliti at night, nini iiurlng moisture reaved ones. Garden Plows, $3.00; Double Shovels, Innocently, "l Hint all thou, w.is of certainty to always produce only the beat results. ver' noon after n fall of rum $4.00; C and 14 tooth Cultivator, $0; hlini Itosloti TnsnT'ti Rooms OrtWr a Mck today U It doe not picas you better thaa Tins wu shown to Ut due to the Porch and Lawn Swings, $2.75 and swelling or shrinking of two atrip nf Celebrated for Untruthfulness. flour you ara now using. "purchase price wlU ba re fuitdci ! $0.70. Binder twine, !2cts. Buggy, Anaiiluswas a Itlhle character par- iuiiio vaea return of partially uad package. JHG.OO. J. It. Mount & Company. ticularly celebrated for hl untruthful-uei- . hinge. wine the midrib which act ns ' Tim.,' ihiitiges tire ery reguI have for rent two nice room A a member of h young lar and bine been prote to liapiMn uit-- i over Mount' Hardware store, 20 wild a detlulte church nf Jerusalem he conspired with to the umount able for light housekeeping. Itoomi of water llbaorlMil bv thn tilanl Good Asphalt Hoofing Paint, also hi wife, Supphlru. Q;jrk falsn prewell ventilated, with city water con lie stlggeatiil Motor Oil in medium and heavy, at tense rvsptAiliig their gift of proper- Ihla phenomenonlite iMtiislblllty of mine W. T. West, Write nection. ty to the community of the brethren, In ci.niiii-lli.i-l JOBBER AND RETAILER with 30 to 35cts. per gallon. These oils and (5.25-3t.- ) Bowling Green, Ky. wa. with 111 wife, stricken dead. lrrlDilln not only lu crop of the tree and paint are worth three times the Atianlu ha sine! become the iiume meiittoneii but ulo tn crop In I he -PAINT LICK, KENTUCKY. vicinity of which thn above WANTKDt An International Gao-li- e price. Come look them over. lu oiniumii parlance for one who noL. II. Davis, Paint Lick, Ky. toriously tukea II I r tics with the could he grown u Indicator I'ower Hay Baler. Write, phone of the water conleiit lu thn Ml. Cleveland , truth. (tf) (Cl.4t.pd.) : call at this office. le Public Sale Cornishville "turn" Flouring Mill Nppf Thursday. June 15th, '22 Col-leg- e, d K ...... -- n. r-- d rat-proo- tu.. .s. lttr m-- bau. hl. wt r. Ti-a- aaa -j. to kp an. u et T. rg law-atmil- toir-lti- rr 1 m Horn & Cooksey, Props Cliuiltd I Um-0nto- MMBMi.......Ma.t..f.M i;tm-ron- iff i- .) Everybody - Bread Wants for-giv- aln-iuly- 'AMERICAN QUEEN ' FLOUR ' nM-m- vp.-ctnll- t-- For Housekeeping L. H. DAVIS Cents Per Gallon l Mewa-I.y'ider- .