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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): June 8, 1922 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1922 cen1922060801_sn86069201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): June 8, 1922 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1922 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. THE CENTRAL RECORD. THIRTYITNIRD YIAH LANCASTER. KY.. THURSDAY AFTERNOON. JUNE 8. 1922. MASS MEETING Last Saturday In Interest Bed Cross MISS WESTOVER ENDORSED Record NUMIIR 9. FREE TRIPS To Do Given Boys nnd 27 YEARS AGO THIS WEEK! Girls, Items Culled Crab Orchard Springs' of EXCITEMENT Mr. Menefee, of the Depart- BABY CLINIC Held Under Auspices of Local lied Cross Brings Out Lnrjte Attendance With 100 Babies To Junior Week at University of Kentucky CENTRAL RECORD GIVE ONE 1 From the Files Of The Central Becord JUNE 7lh., 1BSS Has Auspicious Opening Attendance at Popular sort Last Thursday Under the mot favorable auspices, papular the Crab Orchard Spring health and pleasure resort, opened it door to the public last Thursday, a It its custom every year, nnd with it brought the largest gathering ever teen there upon any similar occasion. Senator Joe Ha.elden, who can always give you the glad hand, was in his happiest mood that day and made every one present felt that it was good to have been there. Every year mark new , and important change in this famous resort and thi yenr is not an exception to this rule. Everything for the convenience and plenure of the guests has been looked after, until today, Crab Orchard Springs tnmlj out foremost among the popular watering and health resorts of the country- The feature of the opening day was the grand ball in the evening when several hundred couples tripped the light fantastic. Many conventions will be held there during the coming season, among them the midsummer meeting of the Kentucky Press Association. The Eighth District Bankers will hold their session there tomorrow, (Friday) nnd several hundred will doubtless attend. The, Laundry Ovvne'rs of America held a three day session there last week, and all left singing the praises of the Springs management and the entertainment that was given them during their short stay. Re I i, . moutintf nf ih Chamber al Commerce on Msrch 31t, 1922, Mr Garslde, assistant Club Leader of the College of Agriculture, nt Lexington, nave a very Interring discussion on club work for boy ami girls in Ken. tucky. A a remit of this splendid talk, the Chamber of Cimmerce be came interested and ha offered two free trip for the Junior Week, which meet at Lexington on June ltth. to 24th., for Garrard county boy ami girl. The Central Record because of Itt nteret in the boy and girl of Garrard county hn alo agreed to include! Kive one free trip, which transportation, tuition ard one week, board at the University The It. J. Keynold Tobacco Company, through the club department n' the College of Agriculture, ha giver transport, tiun to and from Lexington, for one boy or girl. The selection of the bays and girls, who will be given thee trip, will be made on a bai of meri'., Miss Joyce Syler, the County Home Demonstra-tio- n 'V- - Agent, conducting the examlna-tion- f, the questions covering the following topics: "Record as a Junior Hub member, Familiarity with rural !.fe." The retult of the examination showed the following received the highest marks: Mcr. Julian Elliott and M. G. Aldrldge, h'ghet grade for boy and Misses Elizabeth Itich and Lucille Stapp hlghet for girls. The program for the week will be The and instructive. interesting mornings will be devoted to class work, nature study, farm life in the home and on the farm. The afternoons will be taken up with amue-menathletics, etc; the evening will be taken up with story telling, picture shows, bonflrv, etc. The bny.s and girls during the entire week will be in cbarge of the men and women of the University and will be cared for In thi dormitories -- 1 iL . ... w II... Ml.. u - v ...Ml nf U t tile IVIIVjir. iifl, CI... course be on hand during the entire u, Mr. J. Raymond Haselden, the popular young hardware dealer, and tinner, met with a painful accident Tuesday morning. He was in his spring wagon .starting out to do some work, when the at slipped, throw ing him violently to the ground. His left shoulder was dislocated and a mall bone broken. Very fortunately he has an accident policy with a local agent, which will pay him while he Is disabled. Commencement exercises of Garrard College were held at the Christian church Wednesday morning. Diploma were presented to two graduate. Misses Francis Helen Ber ry and Mamie Phillips. Mutlc wa furnished by pupils of Miss Minnie Elliott, and showed careful training she had given the clas. While putting n roof on the home of T. S. Elkin, near town, Tuesday, Mr. George Smith, carpenter, lost his footing and fell to the ground. His left shoulder struck a picket fence badly lacerating the flesh and causing n painful wound. W. McJohnston, J. Hunt McMur-trJohn Duncan, John Boner, D. It. Collier, Itice Benge end Alfred Dunn, were sent to the Republican Convention at Louisville n delegates. George O. Barnes is in an Interesting meeting at the court house, preaching to crowded houses every night the gospel of "God fs love and nothing else." y, I Zelk Reid is -- hot by Nick Leavell on "Battle Row," the result of a quar-rover a recent election. Reid is , el badly hurt. Postmaster James Hamilton ha established a Sunday mail between Stanford and Lancaster. Clayton Arnold bought a nice bunch of hogs of Tine Cook at 4 cent a pound. Twenty Years Afo This W..k Coming the automobile. A local option election has been called for the Buckeye precinct. Mr. and Mr. W. I. Williams are receiving congratulations upon the week. The work which Miss Syler has arrival of a fine boy, christened done for the boys and girls of Gar- Bradford Jennings Williams. indeed. rard county i commen-'ablThe County Board of Education reBourne cognizing the valuable services she Last Saturday afternoon at the has given and seeing the results In Broadway Christian church parsonage the schools of the county, has already in Lexington, Mis Dodo Bourne, of $300, made an appropriation youngest daughter of Mr. and Mr. on her salary for the com.ng year, J. B. Bourne, of this county, wa which begins July 1st. The Garrard married to Mr. Frank Judy, of County Fiscal Court has always voted Rev. Mark Colli officiating. will doubtless the same amount and The marriage was a surprise to all do i again at Its next meeting. This except member of the immediate aplendld work should not cease, e. family. Miss Bourne i exceedingly peciatly a. the state and government popular and beautiful. The groom f pay of the salary of all Demis a on of Mr. W. D. Judy, formerly onstration Agents. of Winchester, but now a resident of Florida. He is a very capable young Group man, being a coal operator of Pres. tonsburg. where the happy couple OF KENTUCKY BANKERS will make their home. The best wishes of many friend go with them TO MEET FRIDAY and hope that their life together may be long and a happy one. Group Eight of the Kentucky Bankers Association will hold their annual meeting at Crab Orchard The Friday, June 9th. Spring Mis Addie Scott, daughter of Mr. meeting will be called to order by Charlie Scott, of HyatUville, was cashier of the married to Mr, John Montgomery, of Mr. S. II. Nichols, Boyle Bank nnd Trust Company, of this city, the ceremony being perthis city, who is President of the formed by Rev. W. E. Rix at the Group. Baptist parsonage. Those who are on the program for Mr. Montgomery is well known and talk arc Hon. Joseph Hascldi-n- , popular around town, serving on Frank Itout, of Lawrvnceburg; Hon. many occasion as traffic marshal and C D. Minor, of Pcrryville, Geoffrey deputy city marshal. His bride is Morgan, of Louisville; George E. Al- popular, well known and will prove a len, West Baden, Ind., F. II. Kngel-ke- n valuable helpmate through life, which Lexington; J. M. Johnson, Law. all friends hope will be tilled with renccburg, and It. B. Ilurman, of happiness. Realizing the excellent work that ha been accomplished In Garrard county by the toeal Chapter of the Red Croi, and the untiring energy that ha been given thi work by Miss Evn Westover, thoe who saw the opening program of the Baby Clinic last Thursday, started a petition call ing for n mass meeting of the citizen of the town and county for Saturday afternoon, which reulted a large crowd aembling at the court house at the appointed hour. ecretary of Dr. A. T, McCormick, the State Board of Health, wa invited and was present He made a splendid appeal for the retention of Mis Westover in Garrard county, whose work here had been advertised all over the state, he said. It wa through her work in Garrard county, Dr. McCormick said, that the $20,000 appropriation wa given by the last Legislature. Jut when It looked a if the bill would fail of passage, R. D. McMurtry, Garrard representative-ILegislature, took the floor and told of the excellent work that had been accomplished by MIm Westover in Garrard county. Dr. McCormick stated, and saved the day for thi liberal appropriation. Doe. the people of Garrard county appreciate this work, is the que-tio- n that is now before her people and will be brought before the Flcal Court in the next few days, that It may consider an appropriation sufficient to continue the services of Mis Westover for another year, her present fiscal year ending July 1st. A .failure to do this would be a step backward, In one of the best and most important works ever undertaken in Garrard county. ment of Justice, Arrives in Danville to Investigate Serial Numbers on Automobiles Hundreds of Cars Sold Kentucky In Exhibited Feature Bi( Parade Attract! Central With Apparently Chanted Strial Number Sheriff W, Logan Wood and hli alert deputies, Jesse W. Overstreet and John W. Webb, have been busy today in connection with Mr. J. S. Menefee, of the Department of Justice, Washington, D. C. It it reported that hundred of automobiles, mostly Ford, have been sold in Central Kentucky and that the original serial number on the engines have been filed out and new number substituted. The numbers on a large percentage of the Ford car In Danville were examined and n record taken by Mr. Menefee. It is said that many people have been victimized as the result of having been sold cars which were stolen, nnd the numbers changed by experts. Dealers as well ai the purchasers have been likewise tricked, It is stated. Car were stolen for Instances In Omaha, Nebraska, and brought to Lexington and other point and sold. Coniderable excitement has been occasioned in the old town today and crowd gathered around the machines ns the high government official gathered the statistics. No charges, however, have been preferred against anyone and none of the cars seized as the number have to be further investigated to find if really any offense has actually been committed. The reason the Federal government is taking a hand In the investigation is due to the belief that car stolen in one state were driven to another state to be sold. Danville Advocate. ly Good Stock 'Sales Mad. by Dixie Slock Farm Recently Sanders Brothers and John M. Amon, proprietors of the Dixie Stock Farm, report the following a!es" made recently. Two nice Poland China gilts to H. H. Given, Napfor, Ky., at $C0 each; one to H. M. Quarles, Frankfort, Ky.; a nice boar to Clyde E. Walt, Cynthiana; gilt pig to Duncan HasVlJcn; one to Robert Gulley; eight gilts and one boar to T. L. Yantls. The above sale were all Poland China of the highet type. These gentlemen also sold two South-dow- n bucks to R. A. Dodd, of Nicho-lasviland a Dorset buck to Squire R. L. Barker of this county. le Laurel Bad Man Defies Circuit Judge London, Ky., On orders from Judge Hiram Johnson to bring into court Frank Helton and his followers, Sheriff J .E. Stringer and a posse have spent the last two days and nights In the wilds around Rock Cattle Springs. At the February term of court Helton, the alleged leader of a lawle gang, was given 13 Jail sentence for contempt of court, but escaped while working on the road near London. He ha since been at large, sending message of defiance to the court officers declaring he would kill any one who attempted to arrest him. Recently Sheriff Stringer returned with Dora Reedy, Myrtle Whittaker and Hiram Welts and placed them in jail. It is said they are member of Helton' gang and had notified him of the approach of the officers. Helton's home was raided and four heavy guns and more than 100 round of ammunition were brought to He I hiding in the Rock London. Castle river cliff, heavily armed. Sheriff Stringer has returned to the vicinity of Rock Castle Springs with additional deputies armed with high powered rifle and having order from Judge Johnson to stay till Helton Is captured. Royston James A. Royston, aged 70 years, at hi home in Hill Court here lat night at 6:43, after an illness covering the past three years. Mr. Royston was one of the best known citizens of Lancaster and Garrard county. He had many personal friend that will be grieved to learn of his pauing. He was a member of the Methodist church and devout in died Its Judy teaching. Pres-tonbur- g. one-hal- Eight ASSO-CIATIO- Scott Montgomery He Is survived by his widow and three children: Mr. E. C. Gaines, of this city, Miss Anne Royston, of Sold lo J. R. Meyers, of Scottsville Chicago and Mr. Claude Royston, pf Chicago. One daughter, Miss NelUe, The Lancaster Flour Mill were preceded him to the grave about grown-ups- . sold at public auction last Saturday, twenty year ago. The The rain Friday marred the attendsympathy of the purchaser being Mr. J. R. Meyers, the community go out to the bereaved ance of the babies over one year and of Scottsville, Ky. The price paid family in the loss of an affectionate under two years, but many braved was $8,900. PosesIon will be given husband an Indulgent and devoted the weather and several dozen were at once, and Mr. Meyers together father. looked after on this day. Saturday with his wife and one child will move Funeral services will be conducted was for babies or rather children over to our city, where they will be given at the Lancaster cemetery by Rev. two year and under six years old a cordial welcome. The mill Is the Price T. Smith Friday afternoon at and many were, on hand and another oldest in the city and ha a wide repu- 3:30, Interment following Immediate- enjoyable day spent. Those who tation for the splendid flour it has ly after. failed to attend this baby conference put out In the past and we predict for missed a treat, for It would iiave it a great future in the hands of the anyone that the work of Mis new owner, who comes to us a a Wetover In Garrard county has not man of wide experience in this line een In vain. Her work should not of business. day cease and many Lancaster Mill Decidedly one ofthe biggest event ever undertaken by the local Red CroM Chapter and one that proved a success In every particular, wa the Baby Clinic held in Lancaster last Thursday, Friday and Saturday. The little tot began arriving in town early and before noon fifty bable under one year old were brought into the court houie accompanied by their mothers, and occasionally a proud father came along, just to show that he too was also Interested. A more beautiful and healthy lot of babies were never before seen together In Lancaster. The program which had been so carefully arranged by Mis Eva Westover. our local Red Cross nurse, and Dr. J. E. Edwards, our county Health Officer, was carried out to the letter, each baby being carefully examined, weighed, measured and scored, by Dr. Edwards, assisted by .i competent corp of helpers, chief among them being Mrs. George Smith, who was the chairman of this feature of the program. While no prize were given or offered for the handsomest or the most perfect baby, all entrants received a handsome certificate, which doubtless will be prized by the proud parent and in later years by the entrants themselves. One of the most interesting features of the entire program was the parade of all the entries Thursday afternoon. Fifteen automobiles were required to carry the babies, some of which contained a many as seven babies. The Lancaster Brass Band headed the parade and furnished entrancing music .then followed a fine Jersey cow lead by a proud boy, the large sign on the cow read, "Babies I am your best friend." The first car in line contained the six n of Dr. and Mrs. J. B. Klnnalrd and a handsomer bunch would be hard to get together. The parade was warmly cheered by the hundreds that lined the sidewalks and many warm congratulations were given Mrs. Ross Bastin, who was chairman of the parade committee, for this part of the entertainment which was a success In every particular. The committee In charge of the dinner, deserve equally as much credit for its part of the work, which bountifully provided milk for all the babies as well as a nice lunch for tie grand-childre- con-vinc- Football Men Ruled Out Several members of the Centre Appointed Abstracters Messrs. Robert II. Tomlinson nnd Robert II. Hay, young attorney of this city, composing the firm of Tomlinson & Hays have recently been appointed representatives and abstractor for the toulsville Joint Stock Land Bank. Thi large land bank is organized under the Federal Farm Loan Act and is prepared to make loans on good farms in Garrard county in amounts ranging from $2,000 up to $30,000, no commission being charged. Their proposition is nn attractive one and Messrs. Tomlinson nnd Hay are congratulated upon their appointment. Richmond. Residence Sold The Arnold residence ns advertised, wuj sold by Swlnebroad, the real estate man, last Saturday, at public outcr) the price being $'.',100 nnd was bought by II. D. Lee. Possession of the property will be given September lit. The United Limericks Of America A ' man in the hills of Ky. Is said by hi friend to be ly., When he gets In n feud, If he ha a large breud Of sons who can shoot and are ply. There wa a young fellow in Fla., Whose heart became torrid and ta., 'Twos no use to beseech Mr. H. II. Batson received a met The peach at the beech, age Sunday morning announcing the For she treated him horrid and ha. death of his brother, Dr. John D. American Legion Weekly. Batson, who died at his home in Oklahoma City after an Illness of several months, caused by hardening of Mr. G. B, Swinebroad was named arteries. Dr. Batson is well remem as trustee to wind up the business of bered here- where he visited his broth David Dudderar, bankrupt. A scheder at one time, staying several ule of Mr. Dudderar liabilities show, month. 0 ed about $20,000 with less thfjn Good Show Brother Dies Trustee Named - U you it new buggy We want to Dr. Pryor, .Veterinarian. for cash or not. Price right. IL-pW, D. Pryor and C. 108, Lancaster, Ky, asset. The school auditorium was practically filled last Monday evening, when the Senior class of Berea came down and presented Booth Tarklng-ton'- s four net comedy, entitled, "Clarence" In a way that was pleasing to the audience and which showed careful training upon the part of all that participated. The door receipts amounted to about $03, a portion of which went Patient: "What shall I do for in.to the B. V, P. U. of the Baptist somnia. Doctor?" Physician: "Every evening keep church. repeating to yourself: "I am a night watch'man, 1 am a night watchman, No I am a night watchman."- - American The world owes us a living; Legion Weekly. We hold this truth to be. But ne'ertheles it always comes We want to soil you a new buggy Phone To u marked C. O. D. American for cash or note. Price rijrht. It-pLegitin Weekly. W. D. Pryor and Co. a game between the local American Legion team and the team representing Pleasurevillc, are reported to have been given a professional rating and to have been declared ineligible to any further college games. The Pleasureville management secured the college player for the game and hid them away In a barn until time fur the fracas to begin. The local team played well, but was outclased by the outfit that PIeaure-vlll- e had gathered. Several of the soon. men who are in troubli with the Centre College authorities were Leave Cincinnati here Tuesday In an endcivor to gath-e- r evidence to support their side of We regret to note that Mr. and Mr. J. D. Prayther, after many the case. Shelbyville Record. year spent in Lancaster, went to Moves Shop Cincinnati last Sunday, where they expect to reside In the future. The Mr. J. A. Tucker has moved his nmny warm friends they leave be- cabinet shop to the front of Walker hind will mis them ,but the best Bros, warehouse, just below the shop wishes of the community and town he formerly occupied. Sir. Tucker go with them In their new home. is a s cabinet workman and Ora Prather, will be glad to do your work. Their daughter, Ml will remain here where she will teach again the coming session. New Wagon The store room of Dlckerson and Hamilton, successor to W. B. Ball, have just completed the Interior of the building, by rearranging the stairway, painting and papering and today it is one of the handsomest store room in the city. This firm will carry a complete line of general merchandise, and are receiving daily shipment of dry good and notions. Give them a call and watch for their big advertisement which come out Ready For Business College football team, who engaged In were, expressions that that the Fiscal Court of Gar- rard county should appropriate funds .to carry on this splendid work. Live Stock Markets Cincinnati, June 7 Hogs receipt 5,500; active and strong. Heavies $11.00; packers and butchers $11.00; medium $11.00; stags $3.00 $5.50; jieavy fat sow $7.00 $8.50; light shippers $11.00; pigs 110 pounds and less $8.00 Q $11.00. Cattle receipts, $8.00; steady; steer good to choice $7.00 ( $8. CO; fair to good $0.50 $7.50; common to fair $4.50 $0.50; heifers good to choice $8.50 $9.00; fair to good $0.00 $8.50; common to fair $4.00 3 $0.00; cow good tu choice $5.00 Q $0.00; fair to good $3.50 $5.00; cutters $2.75 Q tfl.ii. Calves strong to 50c. higher. Good medium and good stockers and feeders $5.75 3 $0.73. Hogs $15,000; active; strong to 5c higher; good butchers $10.80 fij $10.00; light light $10.60 $10.80; pigs mostly $10.25 $10.65; bulk packer sows $9.00 Q $9.15. Sheep 5,000; sprint; lambs 15 to 25c higher; aged sheep 25 to 50c higher; native spring lambs bulk $13.75 $ $14.25; culls mostly $7; Hgl)t shorn ewes $0.00 S $0.50; heavies $3.00 $3.50. Louisville, June 7 Cattle 200; slow, steady; range $2 $ $8.25. Hogs, 1,600; strong; steady, range $5,00 Q $10.80. Sheep, 3,400; active, steady to 25c off; lambs $14.25 Q $14.60; sheep $5.00; bucks $3.00 down. For high-clas- The Infallible Have you seen the of Bastin Brothers? of beauty and the just a proud of it a of his pony. new Ice wagon It is a dream proprietor are Charlie Poft it Credit Extended Way They Look At It Citizen: "Why didn't you arrest that woman for murder?" Cop; "Oh. if atrUht It was her own husband that she killed." American Legion Weekly, $1,-00- Tne Centra) Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, June 8, 1922 Farm and Home New KILL NUISANCES From Over Kentucky In order to determine the highest WITH WAR GASES fyuuivcr BMlsafcBB'aa yielding variety of corn for that sec tion of the State, six Taylor county The with the Deadly farmer are Fumes Being Tried to De College of Agriculture extension til Reason stroy Noxious Birds, Anvlilon In conducting corn variety ' tests, County Agent J. L Miller imals and Insects. Why Ten varieties are beinc tested by rach of the farmer. Legume cropt are attracting live They SOME (WISE TO BE USEFUL ly interest among Hresthltt county farmer, according to County Agent Are Best Do Blackbirds It. V. Troper. Thirty-fiv- e Dinsjj of them Migratory Amounting to Thousands ot Doare growing soybean and awect THEY WERE BRED IN OLD KENTUCKY llars In Imperial Valley ef Calclover. Let us tell yen whnt we hove now READY FOR SALE. Mllo Crcp. ifornia Injure Orchard demonitratlon being con by Llvlngtton county farm' ducted tt I'nllM Suits IWli.lltn.M en who are with the irrtrrl It Deadly ga tliut werv iletelopiil College of Agriculture extension diSANDERS BROS. & J. M. AMON, PROP. vision arc accomplishing much in for war purposes are mnv being trliil by the t'nlte state IV.rlnu t showing farmer in thl section of out Agriculture LANCASTER, KY. of ti a menu for destroy the State the value of recommended Ing noxious birds, uiiltmil. utid IiimhIs. orchard practice, County Agent L. Some of tli.-ii- i proiiilM to be useful C. Pace ay. The demonstration when upplleil under proper coimIIIIoiis, have juit applied the fourth ipray particularly Uiom. that are heavier Keeplno Customer Cigar. - Word With Many Meaning. Nothing it more refreshing than one of our de to their orchards. The trees in all than air and run ( iimiI on burrowing a won) The nifanlng t'hlnese' A New York cigar shop has n serle licious Ice Cream Sodas. are remarkably free of insects rodents, und ixwibly subterniniuu In I Indlrnted by of muslral tn tones In.nt humidor compartments built Into cnies the sects and cl In stori-i- l pnwlucls. and dlieaic, he added. That delicious snap of the soda water, blended which It Is uttered. One wonl mayl'ne wall. When a customer buy a Kill Destructlv Birds. Six thousand Barred Plymouth have as many ns rive different tones, hoi, of cigar he Is given the only key with our smooth valvety National Ice Cream, has The most iiropol Is to ue each of wlilrn. when hatching eggs and SOO baby gns to kill Rock sounded, ghe,t" one of these compartment, am) made our soda fountain famous throughout the counbirds that run keep his cigar In It a long aa chicks were distributed to McCreary gnvnte In tiiiirshrs. ty. In the roinlng the Honl nit entirely different nieaii-,mi- y Ing. they lust. county farmer this pring in further fall the blologlpil survey, In We use only the purest syrups and crushed ing the poultry standardization cam- tloit with the rheuilcnl warfare sen fruits. Gallant Elevator Operator. Man Really Dependant. . paign being conducted over the State Ice, Is planning tn make a triul of the In ii downtuuti building several peoTake home today a quart of our delicious Ice on blarkldriU In the tineriui I'cople who are all nlloat and not College of Agriculture, acby the valley of region ple wen wultlug for Ihe etetntor. Th Cream. In mentally dreudahlr, who have no cording to County Agent W. 11. these birds Ciillfornlu. Uo Unit are said to at leat V0. car was crowded ulen n lady stepping fixity of inrMe, anil are not reliable, Come to US for it. Woodward. 00 worth of ihmfuge to the mllo rrop In attempted n pull friend husband arv not the tneu we turn to In emerJunior agricultural club members each jinr. Ilecnue of their feeding along. The alert ojerat"r calleil, "Just gencies. It Is the man, in Lewis county are giving plays and habits It Is InqxiKlble to detroy thiw one more, that Is alt." ijnd puhei the man who feels sure of himself. baits, but, as the) the gentleman back. "So you want to j the man who I sure of his philosophy Ice cream suppers a a means of rais blnls wltli Mlnoi-ing money with which to send n dele' roost on the reeds In the marshes. It separate us," said Ihe lady. "Yes." , and of his principle, the man of great was the answer; "I would rather sep- faith, on whom we depend In supreme Week to be heM jufle la thought that they run he klllnl by a ao " gas cloud nt night when the wind Is arate you this way than the other crises, when others are drlxen to the "w the. hen, toto Hen In or Agrtcul- - favorable. The blackbirds are tnt m'.lk, If allowed plenty hcns1J wnl'- .- Kichange mlsra way." San l'ranclco Argonnut. hevltur'! at Lexington for farm boys and lory und return t the same plnt-e- . will nee.! no water nn,l In Show Summer 'are inclined to drink at water troughs KrU of the SM' County VKcnt )ear after jear. It Is thought that a big killing In a certain locality m M anil other nicci. it mnv he well to:"' probably fre It of the pest for many ; confine them for a short time in the Best way to pij for HOME. years. , few other birds In the black Eesl fnmlcccl for SLR! LIS FUNDS One of the triklng thing being ( house each morning with the milk HOUSEWORK IS BURDEN murshes will be killed at brought out by the 47 Kentucky farm available. the same time, but the department be-poultry flock that are belnir conduc- In nddltion to Increasing egg pro-te- d j lleves that these locul blnls will mmiii Woman's lot is a weary one at reucn tneir normal numlers ngaln. as demonstrations by their this method of summer feedTry Gas on Rodtnta. on City Property only. with the ing has added ndvantag- -, Mr. Martin best. Hut with backacho and other ers who are Amitigements also are being made College of Agriculture extension ill (pointed out. It allow the farmer to distressing kidney tils life Indeed Ask the man who has payed for his home vision in showing the best methods ( cull his hen more accurately inas-o- f becomes a burden. Doan'a Kidney by the biological suney with the chem warfare manacinir farm flocks is the fact much a the pnn.l hem will Inv hHr rills bare mad life brighter for ical possibility svrvlcv for Investigating through the Building and Loan Association of uIng io(son gaes raen- - Ask your the that mash, skimmilk or buttermilk fed 'while the loafer hens will not lay no I Iin"Mrr. on such burrowing rodents as rats, er I to the hens during the summer helps' matter how well fed. ""J.rh;t ML prairie dogs, ground squirrels, and egg production. Many) increase their MI hnvo had attack kidney troa woodchucks. Tests on pocket gophers of I farmer are inclined to believe that my back to acho so I and ground squirrels by these two ' I ble that caused as soon as their hens are allowed to could hardly get around to do my Miss Sie Skelbj Maten, Stclj-TrciJ. E. ReiiajM, resident. range over the farm it is unnecessary housework. There waa a dull, nag' urban Poultry ftmfy gins ache across the small of my to feed them in order to get the larg A Iw drop In back that throbbed and pained dread est number of eggs, poultrymen at drtnklsc attr nrnfj.Bjjrf'S fully at times, Homines I waa so sb4 fmrau klu the College say. lami In mv hnrk nmt hlns I rnnlil dltrtbof. IMWihiDH Finch a Musician. Truth W Never Hear. ml othtr cbkk "This is a mistnke that seriously r hardly stoon over to, put my shoes The purple llnch, a bird of gluten-IniIImss. UMdailFlaknprear "Your daughter ha the worM rolco curtails the production cf flocks in1 thicks IwsJlhjr.Don'twtit until on. My kidneys were Irregular and deep rarmin plumace. Is an exI ever heard. She ought to have It Qtlllbidir. the State," J. II. Martin, In charge I I MMBT dllMHIIflt! Sasl mm (. cellent imi.lrl.ni. slBcIng it rlrh. ndl-InBled." mi 1 1 M. IMT AldruccttU, Utf .fai 1 . rxatstU. , acted too freely and otherwise both orb lull college poultry work said. "In of the ered me. I got Doan'a Kidney l'illa l MrS s4c. sn)s the Rm4C..lalt. order to produce the largest number at Mcnobert's Drug Store and American Forestry llacailne. This Time's Change. short use cured me of the attack t of eggs during the summer, hens mutt I luiilil used to be a fat little cherub scles has a decldixl fondness for True Saying. haven't been troubled with backacho ri..y. kiiwls. and may often tiiids of be made to consume considerable I "The love with wines, but now he's n rotten little that causes two heart since" sivii vmi.ue the ratkUis of llm iK'p. mash or be given plenty of sour skim to bent as ooc with a pick and spade. Blackbird Rtturn to Sam Placa Year doe not guarantee a inc. at all dealers. j,rs. milk in addition to the-- feed which i contlnuou After Ytsr. performance." wrote the Co.. Mfrs.. Ituffalo, N. T. Chines Basis of Currency. they pick up while ranging over the late Edgar Xaltu. lie also maile thl oiM'ratlng brnnches of the goeninieiit A Verbal. Salad. The Chinese use an Ingot In the farm. If the hen are fed mash, It true observation "I.tfe Is packed with McROBERTS DRUG STORE In (Tallforntu show Hint chlorine may form of a woman's shoe as a basis of The following telegram, write an which the majority of u i a good plan to confine them in the' delight 1m used with e'mhI results If hnndltil currency, which Is determined by the Irish render, was sent by a constable T,1,; worUl ' iM of house until about 9 o'clock in the , u?yrr ,vni"' The rhenilcal warfare sen-Ic- weight Is exsilver from outljlnc u Diseases projierly. phosgene on rats In 1'nrto presm-- and fineness of"tnels of Itsyree - geant an"Motor JustdUtrlrt to his serJ""1"-- "' morning during which time they In so many uel pasted at furious ' promising results. Some of The pureness and weight if Ihe slnes rate In direction of town. Killed heifer, should have nothing before them but! Threaten Record Blooming of Rotes lllco with gae will be roinani1 with are certified by a "t se (."k'nl containing four gentlemen nnd two thee war math and plenty of fresh water. In "Milesians." greyhounds, one of which was a clergy every carbon bisulphide for the killing of rolled "Klung Ku," II t and S Rose bushes In practically this way, they consume (he necessary There are several theories as to the In their Itecorder tnati,M'tInnt'iii Morning Post. nmount of mash before starting to origin of the name Milesian as applied section of the State are blooming in wiNulchuekH and other rodent range. The mash should contain at to the Irish. One Is that the country exceptional fashion this year but in burrow. Kntomoloirlsts of the deartment h least tankage by weight if was first settled by colonists from the qulries being received nt the College line alnndy workel !n Island of Melon (modern Mllo) In of Agriculture from many growers with the War department In testing best results are obtained. deanother that "If an ample supply of buttermilk (Ireece:from Mlleslus, the name Is con- indicate that numerous insects and various gaxM on lnert p't of grow rived .an early Ing plants and thoe that Infest stored or sour skimmilk is available, the queror, while still others claim the diseases profuse blooming. gniln. but It has not yet been found When bushes show rigns of -maih will not be nioury. The term Is taken from the miles,' to ease or insect infection, a careful ndvUnble to ninmiiKud nn)thlng gas flock should consume about one gal- - a knight. hydroeyatile-acldiagnosis must be given tint to deter take the place of or carbon bisulphide. mine tho exact cause of the trouble, Tlie serious itisadvnutnges of many according to recommendation made of these new gaws l that they are by N It. Elliott, of th college ex dangerous or ery Irritating in men, tension division. Insect injury may horses, mid iniites, and require the use of masks nnd griiit rnn In handling, be caused either by biting or suck ing insects, dilferent treatments being required in either case. Treatments HOT FORMALDEHYDE IS BEST differing entirely from those applied for insect damage must be used when Potato Grower Intertsted In Method Because It Saves Tlmoand the trouble i caused by n diseaie. Is Effective. At this particular season of the year, a considerable amount of the Mnny Mlmu-Mitpntnto growers are troublo probably is being caused by Interested In the hot formaldehyde, bethe plant aphis. This Insect belong method of treating miuih About one out of ten to the sucking class and can be con- cause It sum s time. Is es Hisoiolls poultry riiscrs feeds a than orrolve subtlmnte. dies not cor. ... trolled by spraying the bushes with metals, and ration properly balanced for commercially prepared tobacco mix- rode and rhUix-tonla-. Is eflTivtlve for Isith crk production. The common A little later in the season, tures. The solution Is made by mixing two mistake is feeding too much the common Insect that bother roses pints of in per formaldehyde to g material and failing til is the chafer, this one belonging to .10 gallons of water. This Is heated to to feed for whites. Grains alone degree K the biting class. It is controlled by a temperature between IIS make lots of yolks but few spraying the bushes wit1- - arsenate of and ItTJ degni-- K. The NiiutiH unwhites. ' become, atiected dipped In the Mlu:ln for two minute v lead. If the leaves dumped In u and w.th a fungus growth, they must be ered then n i'iiuvum cover pile mid cov with r saik for Ptiriaa Ckows Balaice treated with Ilordeaux mixture. one hour. They ran then be dried or In using any of the three remedies rut nnd plunted Immediately. For Purina Chicken Chowder and named, it is best to follow the inttruc- - maldehyde, when Ued without heatPurina Hen Chow, fed in equal ? Hons given on the package. All three ing, will not contrt'l rhlziH-tonland parts by weight, balance the souklng IJJ j can be purchased in n commercial nqulres one und n half hour' whites and yolks by supplying form at any drug store, water being for best result In control of Brnb, sn equal number of each. They mmmmmmimBmifammimmammmmiimmmmaimm M the only' thing needed to make the make hens lay to the limit of PLAN FOR GREASINGWAGONS '.' materials ready for use. This is their capacity. Purina Chows '.y perhaps the best way to buy the maGet our prices before you buy as we can save time and trouble no guess woik, of Lifting Usually Employed f no trouble and uncertainty of miiing. terials and in general will give betCan Be Eliminated by Work, Feed both Chew anil keep the erg ter results than when 'rey are presave you money on them. ing on Each Side. basket full. pared at home. A wagon ran be greusrd with one Noiseless Bird. half the lifting usually done by re For Sale by Jft . The plumage of the owl I so en- moving Ihe burr from l)th wheel veloped In tine and downy f.laicrnfsj on one side of the wugon, then sro-.-that its (light I tioUeless, say the them, leuvlng the wheel banc ubmHUDSON Amerlcun Forestry Magazine. It tukes Ky. tun Inilii s out, go to the nppiwlle sli' KENTUCKY. Its victims unawares unit therefore Is of ihe wugou, remote both burr an able to oercome unlmuls much, larger gle the wugou a abote toiWinl snd heavier than Itself. Ky wluvls. The Best Pay Best mm? SODA .FOUNTAIN. Dixie Stock Farms. McRoberts Drug Store Demon.tration. Feed Value ; jni.r r,e " J hlrd-!ufete- n, $1,000 TO LOAIN J ""f. E.'L Lancaster Building & Loan Ass'n f " folt'tfl. 1 c. g, '. gold-dlCK- Foster-Mtlbur- a Insects and e one-fift- m w Are You Feeding Enough Whites? 1 8 We have both the I b yolk-makin- Deeping McGormiok s ft Binders and Mowers Ons-Hal- n 1 i ot ui Banal J S FARNAU, Lancaster, BECKER ft BALLARD, Bryantsville, Tha Central Record. Lancaster, Ky.. Thursday June 8, 1922 night and Mr. Harold u expected to STORIES TOLD OF WEISTER arrive and begin on the night of the 19th. Interesting to Learn That Marvtlout Interesting News of East End Cnpltol Gathcreil By Alert Orator Wat, After All, Much Mr. Wood Walker and little on, Llkt tht Ordinary Man. Correspondents left Friday of last week for a vlilt to her mother, Mr. May, at Mt. W henr mi much alwiut the itilne Mr. Ap Golden and ion. of Kant-a- Carnal, III. Mr. Walke- - will attend very Mr. Kll Ettrldge continue S; k who left here 42 year ago have the commencement exercltes at Mt. nppftraiirH nnd the 111. luetice" nf f'nnlel Webster that It I returned for a visit to relative And Carmel, where her dauphter, MI refri'slilng to reml nn nrivMi (tint Dr. F, II. Smith was. In Louisville friendi. present the man In a more human and Elizabeth, graduate th's term. tMs week. less ltnHlng liirlit. Mlit Harriet Mason, of Shelbyvllle - at London Once, my u tlirmililrr of life In Get Glen l.lly Floucame for a vllt to Mr. and Mri. Kobt. old WatilngtiHi, Webster arrlted lute and Company. Guyn lait week bringing little Louis nt u nuiivrt tliut tin- - funiout Jenny Jame Wyatt I visiting hit sitter, Guyn for n rlilt to hit grand-parenI. Ind uiin Giving and ententl Jut na Had nreath, Sour Stomach. slie nut to slug Halt Columbia us Mr. Fred Sebaitlan. We are glad to state Mr. It. II. Illo.iin. Git, Blllouioftt, Sick Held-chan eneorv. When nlie Miiig llic flrst Mr. It. N. lleaxley and sent, were Ledford I able to he out after Indifeilion, Cooitlpstlou, tsk lioto VWIxtor JuinlHtl to hi feet, mid the alsrtyt tellable dayi illneti. Alio the other of In Lancaster Monday. uliell she reuehel tlie riioni ho Joined the community whs are III are ImIds Mtertul bus tulri ultli hers. In Mr. Calvin Hbunshel' ha return-e- d proving tnln Jlr, WHitlrr trbil to drag liltn from Ahevllle, N. C. dark Into hi sent, lie stipporttil the Rev. Dr. Kearni, of "ennsylvanla, They clear lb bowel, swrctta the ilom-cMr. and Mr. - H. Davi were In iad toae up the liver. Do aot (ripe. singer In fiery clioru; and eacli time spent several day with Hev. and Mr. Klchmond Sunday afternoon. when thi song mu eiide-- l lie made n N H. Young and delivered a very J. Cl.fl. 101 Ltlxf TtapU. U deep bow tit Iter utld willcil lit tint. C1 I "Ahtt 16 ttttt' nrnt k muk tllMfit Mitt Mary Browri U with her titter, interesting addres at Watnutta SunI lot wt 1.1 ml 4 fclarft of" .ifc,ril i Mi rtirtsie! to blip In return, Ctikitik Ttdlttt, ttj iW ut itt bttt D. A. Ilcrvcy for n vis-itMr. day morning. Htid be Im.woiI nun In. To tin- - ib'llgtit ff,t r mJ." Hllilli-nrthey continued the litA large crowd went to Richmond Mis Mary Walker it In Mt Carmel, McROBERTS DRUG STORE of the tle loiniil) of etlillette for iioiix time. on a flihlntr picnic frem here recent- III., for a vlilt to Her grandmother, One dny xtlifii Webster wn going to ly. Mr. May Carmel and 'o attend the BUCKEYE infill- - nn nildre hi ulfe bniuglit y and broth- graduation Ml Elizabeth Henl-excrcie of her sitter, their little sill to benr hl fattier. Ttie Davit en- - orator begnn In the tliutiderou tone er, Noah, are reported on the tick Ml. Elizabeth. Mr. and Mr. Thomp Mr. and Mr. A. G. Ilotner anil ton, tertalned neveral friend to dinner for whleli he a fiimou. "Will nny lit. mill ihirc to say " ho ileuiiimbil mill Harold, of Ravenna, came Friday for Sunday. Mr. William RaUton fa made then Micep vlilt' near Danville, the patt a Witt to her parent, Mr. and Mm. Mr. W. Honln, of 'he Danville ntldlelin'uitwith to Joihin hi hrtntlile glnnre a J. I). Ilurchell. Mr. Ilotner returned pike, vUlted Mr. Hrontton Locker week. Hut tlu rlliimx of this recently. Mr. and Mr. A. T. Bowling and home Tuesday. selitemv uuh lot In n LT.lle of latlgti Don't forget Ui Sllvrr Tea to, be MIm Sadie Iliazley, of Somerset, ter, for i wt vole prointitly plpvil family visited their on. at Berea given at the home and from the gallery: "Oh. no, kii:i, no. of Mr. P. II. I vititlng Mr. T. C. Jenkin Sunday. no!" Voiillr CoiiiiiiiiIixi Mr. Vina MeWrwrter 1 able to be Smith next Saturday afternoon, Mr. T. O. Hill. Ices! tea and sandwlche l. ..I in the .torn after everal daw Jurte 10th. Mr. nnd Mr. Hugh Kurtz and fambe 'rrved. ily were in Danville and Harrodi-bur- g TAKES HIGH RANK AS CRITIC Wednesday. Mer. it. w. ioju. J. A. Todd. Mr. N'at I'rultt ami family werei Friend Paid Tribute to James Hun, Mr. and Mr. Dewey F'lcr and son gueitt of hit m, Mr. Uge I'nrltt W. I'. Roger and MesJamv Jennie her Vfrtuts at a Writer Fear-let- s Rogtr and Puttie Caldwel', visited have been visiting Mr. nnd Mr. R. Sunday. and Stimulating. Mr. Wm. Wylie at Red House, who V.. I'rice near I'aint Lick Mr. Rodney Ralsten ha returned very low. If one wert to rlrno, one word tlmt Mr. Doty ami Mit Walker, of fr)m Georgetown Coilefe for the continue Ml Annie Rlchards-m- , of thi Richmond, were guet Sunday of wiim to mini up nil of lluneker's virtrotation. ue-, one woiiM nny that he wn replace and Mr. William S. Murphy, of Mr. and Mr. T. S. I'ieratt. MIm Stella We it. who hat been at t freshing, write NiTiiuin T. Ityrne In i i ii lending Weleya College I home for V""" "r" Mr. and Mr. T. C. Jenkin and Srrlhner's. lie wim nn inestliimble her home Saturday evening at "530 , son and Mr. T. O Hill vlilteil Mrt. hrenth of fresh nlr Unit ilemnged the the vacation. y Rev. N. II. oung. tt Walker Hradhnw at Dnnille fir.ot of niUHty room- - of a crltlelsm grown I.... I. M... Iln.ui.lil' fitittui Mitt Jrrutha Smith, uku hni liven the week. illiliirilo nnd llfele. I .Iff ami tlgor relative and friend In Richmond1 attending choal wer t) pitied by hi ntjle a sheen of at Atheville, N. C, patt week. Mettrs. W. F Whittiker and R. spurkllng phrnto.--. et In u rhythiiilrtil tie stopped off on the way home at Smith, Friend ef Mr. Rebt Duncan will Ky., for n few day visit with her W. Sander gave a fir dinner Satrow tlmt tHirrowitl much from hi urday to about one hundred and fifty tnulcat training. be gktd he It improving ifUir a nerv-u- t iter, Mr. I.ee I.edford of their friend. He vr.i well erseil In thf seven breakdown. Misc Ava McWhortir and Dora The May meeting of the W. M. U. urts. nnd If hi knowledge of Home of Rev. C. A. VanWinkb and family Scott, Messrs. W. I', and Jack Roger them wu not tilwny profound, hi were guctt of Mr. and Mr. J. I). attended the Rural Carrier' Conven- wa led by Mr. Hubert Corter. Sub- love of them wns sincere, nnd the Slogan, "When manner In which he ject. "Growing." Ilurchell Sunday. rrltirlied each tion at I.awrericeburg lat Tuesday Mr. and Mr. Hurt and tw children and on their return trip they vitlted Our Son shall be at Hants Grown one In term of the other It n continup in Their Youth and Our Daugh- ued ilellcht to III remlt-r- . Ill taste, arc with hi parent Mr. and Mri.U'rankfort and Versatile; after the entirely i:uroeiin In character, was ter a Cornerstone lU-Wm. Hurt, Sr. for a vlill. Mr. I.edford entertained a few Fathion of n Palace." Questions rarely nt fault, lie was taken In by Mr. and Mr. Italian! Sebastian and young people Friday evsping in hon- and antwer by Mie F.thel Ray ami some thing that were ephetiieml, Jet son vitlted her parent, at Brodhead ur of her titter. Ml Jerutha Smith, Sallie Lou Tester. Talks by Mr. J. ln rorrl failed to notice each rising r of genlil. HI defense was fear-Ifrom Tuelay until Sunday. Mr. Henry Smith, of Herea College F. I'rice and Mr. A. C. Mile. Read-in- g star and hi article nlwnys simulatiMr. R. G. Wood and brother, Hen-r- y being among thoie prrtcnt. Ray. Mr. Itobt. ng. by Mr. Hiram Niter iltilartk. neier pedantic. If White, have gone to Detroit thlt MU Jritle Mae llammark wa Hroaddu. Mrs. R. W. Sanders, Mr. he wn found wnntlng In phllotoplitnil week to drive back tome nets car. among the gurtt who formed a houe Dave I.i pig. Two new member add hiillnst he did mvs that Mns of e party at Mr. Hatter in Richmond, ed. There had been twenty vnit Mtdame F. II. Smith. It. W. esthetic value that the scholar too and II. J. Patrick were dinner from Wednesday until Satunlay. She made, nixteen tray and $7.85 In cash often lark and thut the rrltlc must guett of Mr. R. J. Wa'Ver Monday. report a very dvlightfut time. Mr.. J. F. I'rice have. That wa lluneker'a forte hi sent to the tick. tnste nnd hi irnf. Mr. and Mr. Radier nd children, will lead the next meeting. Mr. and Mr. J. II. RaUton and Herea, were with her parent, Dr. baby were in lxington Sunday the of Trtet Slow Devtlopmtnt, Lambing-of- f gueit of Mr. and Mr. F.bb Ander and Mr. G. C. Goodman Sunday af- The slow deelotment of the trunks MUtc Opal and Garnett ternoon ion. of iiTialn tree at once call up ImMu Mary Miller Wood, of Un- - Goodman returned home with them, SO PROFITABLE FARMERS WILL ages of linmotilllty and eternity. Hie drugou's ilil tree of the Canaries Frotracted heeting wdl begin at TRY IT AGAIN catter ha been in I'aint Lick for ev- Thrice nwuken such thoughts. and'.Mt Tabor on the 17th. Ilro. Hugh- vititlng relative eral day for Its s trim so looks, it vast A lambing.otf demonttration In La Saturday and Sunday friend. w' ' Irrach antlulty, this dragon's suc- - size and it I'orte County, Ind., proved for the itu. Mood tree I equally icestful last year that plant have been condition of It growth. In 'made for a similar one this year, tlonar' the legend of Tenerlffo we lire told say a report receive! by the United thnt thi olngular tree wus worshljieil lt original liihnhl-tantStates Department of Agriculture. hy the (iuuiii-hes- , and It I related that In the field was planted Ittt year a e ' to corn and Ito San oy beans. The Fifteenth century mass wa celebrata fact bean seed for all (J acre wa inocu- ed In the Interior of its trunk, estlges cell lately attested by the lated, The bean were planted with which were seen of n little ultar. attachment on the com a Thi tree grown so slowly tlmt af0 pound an ter a tolerably long Interval of time Planter nt the rate of acre. It wn not polhle to verify nny When the corn and beaut matured. chnnge In It circumference. G.G5 n .100 lamb, purchased for Indian's Myttcry Carving. hundred pounds, were, turmsl in to A wonderful bit of wood ran Ing In harvest them. The lambs were sold for $ 1 0.'JC n hundred pounds, with u the inun'iim of the MlnncMitu Historiby a deaf and total profit of 48CG. After tho Iamb cal society w.ih done dumb Chlppcwu Indian at White were removed from the field nbout Kiirth reservation. SO bushels of corn wero picked up Inside a smiill whisky bottle are the nnd some hogs and otehr live stock figure of n boy and u dog standing turned In to clean up the remainder. Kery bit of the n large wheel. , The growth of bennt on the 6 acre eontrurtlon Is of wood, which I planted with uninoculated seed was brightly rolorciL How the Indian got decidedly inferior to the remainder nil hi figure through the nurrow how he got of the of the field. The demonttration this neck grouping hottle, nndnnd stuck toBaked from arranged his year will be the third one of this gether I a mystery. liven the neck kind on the one farm. The first year of the bottle I corked with u big only 150 Iambi were fed on the dem- wooden plug on the Inside us well as onstration plat, but a profit satitfac-t'ir- y on the outside. NoImmI) knoWH how the Indian got to the owner wa nmde on them. the wimhI lnlde the hottle, and the Indian, being dumb, net it told. Mexican Quail DOINGS AT PAINT LICK s, 1 For Coated Tongue f f I f f f I f f c SL MMMIMIMlmrM)lPli IHHi rMMrJrilrl sf THE PERFECT DAY She always kept everything perfectly clean From the cellar up to the top; " For neatness nnd order she surely was keen And no one could get her to stop. I ts i7 Her husband could never find comfort at home, For fear he would muss up the place Where his wife with n broom and duster would roam With n stern sort of look on her face. She never had time for reading n book She never had time for a call, Instead she wns scrubbing some corner or nook Or sweeping the stairs in the hall. She swept all her beauty and gladness away, She swept all the joy out of life Until she became an automaton gray, A cleaning machine not a wife. t. e, ev-er- al e If IS miramrncTAiua rtttl. 9 7 7 7 7 7 b I- 2. e. Att. flr e S. e. s. s. e. She scrubbed nil the love from the heart of her spouse Her children were playless and glum, She had her reward an immaculate house Where nobody ever could come. She swept and she dusted and scrubbed like a slave Till she swept herself in the tomb,. And the monument now at the head of her grave Is a duster, n brush and a broom. Delco-Ligwill help you keep your house clean. Ask the man who owns one. ht 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 3 7 7 ev-er- al Uc. )" THOS. S. PIERATT (Everything in a Country Store.) BUCKEYE, KY. 3 CaikaCal,Qalfcalta4l!ttai lfei5SitSt4t5t3(t3,tialamM BRYANTSVILLE Mis Margaret Croushurn, of Berra College apent the week-enat home. d , Dr. 108, I'ryor, Veterinartan. Ky. Ihone 1 Mr. J. Hognn Untlard and Mr. E. II. Ballard were In Stanford Friday on business. Mr. K. It. Fox wnt in W'lmore Tuesday to hear the Hon. William Jennings Ilryan. Mr.. B. C. Hose wa hostess at a very delightful dinner Sunday for a few of her friend. Mr. KuiH'll I. Brown wai a guest of Mrs. K. J. Brown, nt Stanford for n few days recently. Mrs. It. I.. Hagan, of Lancaster, with her daughspent the week-enter, Mr. W. T. Arnold. Mr. and Mr. C. C. C.las and Mis France (Has, of Jessamine, attended the funeral of Mr. W. T. Swope. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh '''omlinson, of Toledo, Ohio, are the guests of his mother. Mr. Belle Tomllnson nnd family. Mr. J. Hogan Ballard purchaicd C head of registered Aberdeen Angu cattle from Mr. J. B. Woods of Lancaster. Itcv. A. P. Jonei, of Wllmore, will fill his regular appointment at the Mcthodiit church Sunday morning and evening. Mr. and Mr. H. I. Burton and Mr. John Chestnut, of Danville, were here last Wednesday to attend the funeral of Mr. W. T. Swope. Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Hubert nnd Mr. Karl Wylie went to Madison county Saturday to ec Mr. William Wylie, who is very ill. The DrynnUvlllo ball team defeated the 1'oint Leovell bate ball squad in u game here Sunday by a score of One of the features of the 0 to 4. game wa Mr. Krnctt Goiney making d Miss Jane Bowling is nt home from K. C. W. to spend the tummer with her parents, Mr. and Mr G. A. Bow. ling. Mist Bowling was one of the graduate at K. C. W. this year. Sho ha at her gueitt, Mitse Louise Gibson, of Pincville and Opal Hendricks, of Flemlngsburjf Mr. and Mrs. M. O. K?nnedy spent the week-en- d with Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Hutchinson in BoyV. Mr. Hutchinson, returned from the hospital about two weeks ago, .vhere he un- vn Hit-ndg- -- derwent quite a seriput operation. While he Is getting along1 very nicely he is still confined to his bed. Mrs. K. H. Ballard and Miss Maymo Lee Ballard were hosts at a delightful courte dinner Surday at one o'clock. The table had for its central decoration a white French basket rilled with Dorothy Perkins rote. The place cards were also done in pink and this color wat a'ro artistically carried out In the tcci, cakes and mints. Covers were laid for ten. Among the guests from a distance were Miss Marguerite Woolfolk, Menr. A. L. Fredrick. J. L. Wat- kin, of Lexington and W. A. Canter-oof Columbus, Ohio. n, WOLF TRAIL Mis Virginia Casey u visiting relative herej Matter Harrison Lillard Dalley is ill at this writing. MIsset Lillian and Stella Dalley spent Sunday night with Mrs. Robert Sower.. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Mobcrley and daughter visited relative r for the week-en- u aHUBl:'n ' s; 30-acr- soy-bea- n XEvervbodv Wants Bread 'AMERICAN QUEEN a home-ru- n. " 4 ' he-si- Mi Dr. nnd Mr. Zillah Dnwc. and Mr. B. A. Dawci, Jr.. Mr. and Mrs. O. M. Moreland, were in Georgetown thU week to atB. A. pawts, tend the Commencement 1 exercise of Georgetown College. expected home Mlu Amy Da we n few day from Georgetown College fur her tummer vacation. She will remain until after the marriage of Mtt Nanette Case nnd Mr. Kmbry vhich occur Saturday in Georgetown. Mit Dawe will play th. violin at the in FLOUR wedding. Mrs. Clyde Simpson returned home Sunday after a two week' stay with her parents. Mr. and Mrt. Lowry Speaks and family Waited Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Stott recently. Mr. and Mrs. Japer Sebastian were week-en- d guct of Mr and Mrs. Wilbtrt Dalley. Mr. and Mr. Elijah MoMlllfan and Sunday of son were dinner guest Prof, and Mrs. Adam. c Mrs. Harvey Teater nnd Mils Teater pent the day Thursday with Mr. Hugh Mobcrley. Mr. and Mrs. Ottls Stotts spent the la it week-en- d in Xicholasville with Mr. and Mr.. S. S. Sebastian. Mr. and Mrs. Harmon Teater, of Jessamine, were guests Saturday and Sunday of Mr. and Mr. Allen Teater nnd Mr. and Mr. Elbert Teater. Be-si- the the nutritious qualitiesof the wheat. Every clement for the making of good flour is retained in American Queen Flour. That's why it bakes morcloavcsof better bread than any flour we knowof. llundredsof housewives are using this flour today because of its certainty to always produce only the best results. Because you Ret nil richness of flavor; nil OrdcrTaack'today tk flour you are. upon return of partially umi! packs It doi not now iuiaa;,purclua If plu prlc'.wlU'rffu44 you bctttr tha L. PAINT LICK, H. AND , DAVIS RETAILER KENTUCKY. JOBBER Largest Number Since 1910 January -- Sth nnd April 20th., the cloting date for the season of entry of Mexican quail were entered at the port In Taxus This I the largest number since, shipments began in 1010. Of thee, 0,773 were 15,408 at entered at Hrownsville Laredo; and 12,772 at Eagle I'as. The Itureau of Uiolugical Survey of the United States Department of Agriculture report that most of theto birds were shipped to Kentucky, Maryland, and Pennsylvania, and distributed through the game commissions for propagating purposes. r Ottfill ,lfti..4fe nniiM.irril nt t.nriln about February 'J 3rd, and 500 birds were placed In quarantine, but with this exception few lossei occurred from the disease. On the whole, the season ha been one of the most in recent year. Arrive In Uetwcen "Original Package." In American constitutional law this ifienn the packiige In which good tire hlped from one state to another. The Fulled States court held that where uu nrtlcle Is Imported Into one stale from iinother, It does not loe the protection of the Interstate commerce clause, while the original pnekagu remain unbroken and It the property of the Importer. Interpretation of thee decisions made It iiostlhlc to evade state luwn hy selling direct to the cusTIrv tomer In "original packages." lmiortiiiiiv of this I In Us beurlng on the sale, of cigarettes nnd other about which state luwa dirfer. Guilty Suffsr Doubly, It horrors and liullt has alwa solicitude; and to make It yet more h imeful and detestable. It I doomed ofwn to stand In aw of thoto to whom nothing could ghe lailuemv or weight hut their power of tH'Irujlng. John- - SAVE MONEY WHEN YOUNG ENJOY IT IN AFTER LIFE Youns; men who would enter the decline of life In comfortable circumttancet should begin to save now. The approved modern method of saving li a saving account in the home bank. This bank invites youn men and young women to Join Its family of savings dcpoiltors. One dollar opens a savings account, and any sum may be deposited thereafter. THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. S. C. DENNY, Cashier. Capital $50,000. tuc-cestf- ul Surplus $50,000. Honor Roll Bonk Tne Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday. June 8, 922 1 Training School FOR SUNDAY SCHOOL WORKERS Real Sunday School Mr. and LOYD CARTERSVILLE T. Whlttnker, were In Lancaster Frldcy. Protracted meeting began at the Little Mis Charlotte A. Ray spent I tit ml IWI l Monday morning with Mrs. Squire T. Methodist church Saturlay night. mm. It W JV Whlttaker. Mr. and Mr. John Turner and ttnllllt.t. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Preston, of Children were the guests of her mothpfl'S.ff l.mmt, ni'ptftt wind were with Mr. and Mr. J. I. er, Mrs. J. T. Allen Sunday, ,KlM tnJ wind- Ray recently. Myrtle and Miss Cora Hoop, Ml Mr. and Mr. Tom Deolln and Mrs. Cora Carter have returned home afJ. D. Ray spent Sunday with Mr. ter spending two weoks at Wllmore. bibbbbbbbbbww and Mrs. Fred Snyder. plays an important part in Mr. and Mr. A. R. Carter had for PRECISION Mr. and Mrs. William 'tay and baby their dinner guests Sunday, Rev. M. of the Special-Si- x. It visited Mr. and Mrs. S. N. Sanders U McGrow and Rev. T W. Heeler. is largely responsible for the dependable and on Sunday were with Mrs. Susan The Rant 1st Sunday School is pro service that has singled out the Special-Si- x Hroaddus, gressing nicely. They have, organizas an incomparable value. ed a singing choir and certainly can MAKKSBURY I Six hundred and eighty inspectors safeguard make some music. precision in the Studcbakcr factories. They Mr. and .Mrs. F. L, Pet.nington and Ryle Isom bought a young milk literally inspect every part that goes into children, Mrs. Wyitr and daughter, cow for $30.00. pucst of Mr. every car and every operation on every Mesdames Robt. Clai' and Nora Lucy, of Herea were and Mrs. A. S. Hoop Sunday. Pruitt were shopper in Danville last part. Before cars arc passed for delivery Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. I). M. Carter and 9,500 inspections are made. of Lancaster, motored to Mesdames Tom Broaddus and TaySunday evening and were the there arc 1 , 1 20 mechanical In the Special-Si- x lor Huffman left last week for a visit pleasant guest of Mr. and Mr. A. to relatives In Indiana. operations to the accuracy of Ttmt Aan. Hmi fa Ik Uft ram Mr. Cullon Isom, a member of the R. Carter. of an inch, 360 to Navy i expected home shortly on a Rev. Heeler and Mlsitt Cora Rosp As to the car's performance, a brief experifurlough. He Joined the navy about and Viola Heeler held n street serfour years ago. vice at Lancaster Saturday afternoon. ence will reveal its superiority far more conMr. Bynnes, of Danville, has com- A large crowd attendel and everal vincingly than we could tell it. pleted the varnishing of the church asked for prayer. Studebakcr cars make friends quickly, bepews, As far as we know the work has proven entirtly satisfactory. cause they give most for the money. And They Crathey invariably keep these friends, because The ladles of the church met and y Sift. Jp vput. meeting last Thurshad an zy About of the universal satisfaction they give in fine day for the purpose of cleaning the performance, economy and service. meeting house. In the afternoon the " Ladies Working Society held its regulitre's a story published in an lar business session. A good lunch exchange which shows how greatly Tourlnt. SU75: 2.Panmtr RaaJtttr. SI42S; was served. Road tier, SI47S; Coup. the people of a community in Kansas Mr. and Mr. Kuhnllen and son, appreciated S2IS0; SeJen, tliSO. All price . o. I. factory. their editor: "In apRobt., Mr. and Mrs. I.e. Kemps, af preciation of the work f a Kansas K. C. arrived Tuesday fer a visit to editor for their community a bunch Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Clark, Mr. and of citizen recently presented Mm Cardwell-Will- is Mrs. Kemper will remain only a few with a bouquet. Go On the same UlH. MTiA tumrttvl txtmmUn mri days before going to Cincinnati to vis. a quartet from n 'oca! cfcareh it relatives. Danville, Ky. sang a few sweet songs and a minThe rodent tribe haw become s ister made a little talk. After the numerous and destructive here that minister's talk six husky men carried A it is almost unbelieveaMe until you the popular editor from the bouse see the bushels of eorn md the dtx-en- s ami placed him tenderly in a model of chicks dead around the coop 19S1 plumed sedan, and the whole that they can destroy. Mrs. A. J. town formed in parade behind the not vote unless you register on July dren and Mrs. Manerva Eat and litRice lost about 10 chicks in a night, editor's expensive ear. After A Digest of tbr tle grandson, were guests of Mr. and lOta. or nth. A few day, age we were all talk- and Mrs. Ryle Isom 75. Then- - are parade the appreciative crowd returnMrs. Bill May Sunday. ing about the Einstein theory. Hut just two instances but the complaint ed to their homes serene In the Law Bites Mr. and Mrs. Aron Simpson enter that was a few day ago. of what these pests destroy is gen- thought of having provided one bright Registration July 10th. Dates of eral. They also ate a family of ten day in the life of their local news tained a number of friends Wednesanil 11th, 1922. If everything were taken out of little rabbits, which had been told purveyor, in U. S. day, May .list, in honor of Mr. Simp even if they did wait un-Time of Registration From 6 A. Tvent-eigh- t were politic except the polcians there for a fancy price belonging to Mr. he was son's birthday. ad to dn a "The Show would still be too much left. M. to 9 T. M. on each of these days. T1 f..- present and an enjoyable day was Fourth Estate. Although the average mortality spent. They left wishing him many Where Registration Is to be held At each regular voting Precinct In from American venomous snakes is a more happy birthdays. little more than 10 per cent of the the State of Kentucky. Persons entitled to Register All persons bitten, death from snake legal voters both men and women, bites is quite rare, accenting to the When and all persons who w'll become 21 Biological Survey of the United years of age on or before the follow- States Department of Agriculture, Tax Free In Kentucky. because relatively few persons en- The editor sits in his easy chair ing November. Registration Officers Two Judges, counter or are bitten by the danAnd thinks with his thought ma and a sheriff and a clerk in each pre, gerous species. chine. The. most venomous of our native "There's my pen to polish cinct. The two judges to be of op. my axe d posite political parties; a like differ- snakes live in lonely, to grind districts, often on stony or swampy ence between the clerk and sheriff. My old typewriter to clean. County Board land that cannot be cultivated. Usu- I must cook that squash that my Notice to be given to give ally they disappear at the approach of of Election Commissioners neighbor Higgs notice of appointment of registration man, and while they may strike if Brought In from the garden patch. provoked, the popular belief in re I must roast that fellow who still for officers to the sheriff of county. Duty of Sheriff The Sheriff shall spect to the distance they can strike gets of their 8 Cumulative Serial Preferred Stock within ten days nvxt after said ap- is erroneous. Three-fourth- s His name on a check to scratch. pointment, give each officer of regis- own length Is about the greatest dis I must write a letter to Reverend If the legs are well tration written notice of his appoint- tance possible. Dox principal and Dividends Unconditionally Guaranteed by ment. It Is the duty of the county protected when one is going into And tell him his sermon's cold Sheriff to furnish a suitable place in deep woods or places known to be Will be brought to life with my infected by rattlers or other poison each precinct for the registration. printer's ink ous snakes, there is slight chance of Clerk of Registration Notices-Ten For fifty dollars in gold. Co-operatidays before registration, the being bitten. I must tell Tom Trott I will trade a ve As the food of snake; consists of Clerk of Registration shall post noyear iMorpwitcO. tices in at least six conspicuous places living prey, they cannot be killed by Of my paper for winter coal. method I must print as live news the whole in the precinct, stating the time and poisoned baits. The only The purpose of this issue of Preferred Stock is the pro-udt- ns thus far devised to kill them seems place of the Registration. sale price This Return the Registration Rooks to to be clubbing or shotting. of funds for the acquisition, by the various District Of a fresh-watBaptist soul." County Clerk It Is the duty of the is best done in early spring, when Oh, life Is sweet for the news-priWiarchousins Corporations, of now independently owned officers of registration to return the they are still sluggish after the win man Warehouses located in their several districts. registration books to the County ter hibernation. Allowing hogs free As he pounds at his old machine, Clerk not latter than three days after run of Infested land may reduce the Though money is dirty and times are This Preferred Stock is divided into five classes, each class number of snakes. However, the holding the registration. hard, hogs arc Immune 'containing an equal amount. This stock must be retired by Duties of County Clerk The popular Idea that He keeps right tolerably clean. County Clerk shall make exact copies to snake bite is probably baesd on the the District Warehousing Corporations at par, with 'ac? It Is better to be a pocr talker than of all the Registration books, and impentrability by the venomous fangs 'cumulated dividends, as follows: preserve both the originals and copies of their thick skin and fat layer to be a good one and overdo it. In his office. He shall alio keep a rather than on actual Immunity of Class "A" stock on or before June 30th, 1923 The man of great wealth is to be book showing the name of voters who these animals. He is never sure of his The varieties most co:r.monly found pitted. Class have changed Jjicir voting precincts, stock on or before June 30th, 1924 in this country are the Elapidae, or friends. and to what place. Class "C" stock on or before June 30th, 1925 Rooks Harlequin snakes, and the Crotalldae, The Original Registration Don't rock the boat unles you Class "D" stock on or before June 30th, 1926 vipers," which include rat know how to swim. Tho other fellow can only be taken from the Clerk's or "pit water moc doesn't count. Class "R" stock on or before June 30th, 1927 office for use In any primary, speeial tlesnakes, cotton-mout, or general election, or for use in casins, and copper heads. This Preferred Stock is unconditionally guaranteed, both a to prln. The world is full of good people, registration. tlpal and dlvldendt, by the Hurley Tobacco Growers TEATERSVILLE but many are unable to tell us from Purging Registration Hooks At Mao elation through contracts duly executed bcticeen the Association and each the common herd. the request of either of the dominant The farmers are rejoitlnc over the of the District H'arehauslna Coraoratior.s, parties, the County Hoard of Elec Borrowing trouble Is the easiest shall, not later line tobacco season. tion Commissioners There are so Mrs. Otto Simpson and daughter thing In the world. than October 1st., appoint two of PRICE $10 PER SHARE many want to get rid of it. (leers for any precinct to purge the were visitors in Lexington recently. books of that precinct and who shall Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Humphrey It's rather disconcerting to u child guests of his parents, to tell the truth and then have Its meet on Tuesday after the first Mon- were week-enC. day in October. If the two purging Mr. and Mrs. George Rogers were parents try to make It out a liar. 210 S. FIFTH ST be visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Naylor may officers disagree, appeal LOUISVILLE. KENTtiruv Soon, now, the collepe graduate taken in the Circuit Court. Sunday. will be Imparting to us the wisdom The Registration Officers to be Mr. and Mrs. Sam Cotton were appointed by the regular Hoard of guests of Mr. and Mrs. Kemp Walk he failed to learn in his school days. Fii'il Ijcnfi tor Election Commissioners of each coun- er and daughter. The Burley Tel - c Creamers Some people are never convinced lnocialion ty in the same manner as regular Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Humphrey were until they have made the same error are appointed and election officers "Subscriptions will also be received in Garrard County by the followimj bonks" guests of Mr. and Mrs. Rayford Se twice, and then they are convinced not later than the 20th. day of June, that the other fellow is wrong. bastian Thursday. 1922 and annually thereafter. Garrard Bank Trust Co., LmisUr Mrs. Aron Simpson and children, Some men are born great, some Citizens National Bank. UKat!tr Registration is for the purpose of purifying elections In Kentucky. The were guests of Mr. onJ Mrs. Hill achieve greatness, and other have of Bryantsvllle, fcjwtirille Peoples Bank, Pi Lkk it thmst upon them. But most peogreatest privilege enjoyed by citi- May and family Sunday. Mr. and Mr. M. Simpson and chil ple just Imagine they are great. zens Is the right to vote. You can- - Mr. Squire J. I). Carter sold to Walter two cows, price unknown. Cen-t- er Cl one-thousan- a rnn Motor THIS IS The Registration STUDEBAKER YEAR Workers are always feeling the need of knowing how to do better work. To meet this need the Kentucky Sunday School Association has arranged for a "Lead ership Training School" to be held at Berea, Ky., June 29th. to July 9th. Prof. M. A. Honlins, Associate Superintendent of the Department of Education of the International Sunday School Assoclat'on, who has delighted so many people in hi former visits to Kentucky, will be one of the leading teachers. Miss Mary K. Abernethy of Gray, Ind., where 3,000 chlllren receive instruction in the Bible on week days, will be one of thr instructors, and will tell how slml'ar work can be done in the towns of Kentucky. Other instructor will be: Rev. and Mrs. N. K. McGowan of the Christian Bible School Association, Rev. Jas. F. Price, Marlon, Ky., Rev. Geo. A. Joplin, Mr. Geo. A. Jopiln and Miss Mary Virginia Howard, ofthe Kentucky Sunday School Association. The courses of study will be: Constructive Bible S'udlcs, of Week Day Religious Principles and Methods of As- sociation Work, Principles of Teach- ing. Principle of Christian Living, Paychology, Problems of Sunday School Management, Leaders of Youth: The Pupil, Organization, Lesson Material, Story Telling; Organi zation and Administration: Beginners, Primary and Juniors. It Is not going to be all hard work at this school. There are to be many form of recreation. There will be delightful vesper services out under the beautiful trees. There will be opportunities for nice long friendly talks with old and new friends. There will be games, hikes, and a hundred way of good time. The cost of attending this school, in ad dition to railroad fare, will be board $12.50 and tuition $2.50. Send in your registration now to Rev. Geo. A. Jopiln, 712 Louisville Trust HIdg., Louisville. Ky Mar-cllu- a, cMl-dre- Car-tersvil- all-da- Finally Went Their Editor ni Death From Snake Figures Rare The Editor Thinks little-settle- Backed By Sixty Thousand BURLEY TOBACCO GROWERS District Warehousing Corporations The Burley Tobacco Growers $700,000 Association f "li" h d James Willson & Co 6 Balk The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky.. Thursday June 8, 922 I LOST! 2S0 Pimple. 73S BUckhcacU aJ3 Beits! 1 to help and do our work In that way." "Well, you'll have my help In whatever you want to do about It mi go ahead and start the ball to rolling." So It rnme about that the Clover Carner improvement Club was organise . and Xarte I on its mlsilon of HESSIAN FLY HARMS WINTER WHEAT CROP Infestation Rcgnrcted as Worst in Many Years. 5 Rates Reduced With the recent hail storm in surance rates on growing tobacco, in the face of the enormous losses to growers within the last four or five years, every grower can afford to protect himself to the limit and, with safety, go into the business of producing a crop that requires so much money, time and labor, as does tobacco, that should be insured against loss by hail storms. Now that so many growers have Ron into an organisation for way of handling their crops, more economical, business-likand the insurance companies have so lowered rales on hail insurance, Ihera is no reason In the world for any grower to neglect the ptottction of his crop by amplo insurance. Belter see your Insurance afent right away and have him protect your crop, which is likely to bo destroyed any day by a hail slorm. Policies become effective noon, July 0 th. e 1 Hail Insurance reductions of resurrect!", afternoon. reward It Offered. tNSUA they No nueatlnn will l laak!, rirrpt on nutation, "How ou loa thm7' Tnera is lui ono nixrr, "I cut out new fad treatments and rutotiurki used on of (tie powerful iloodpurlflera n nil f ltsiimilUlers known, and that U H. H. H.t Now my far la pinkish, tny akin clear my roea, mr eheeka nre filial out anj la rone!" Thli will rheumallim, l a )our experience, too. If you tnr H. H. H. tt la guaranteed to Ini purely terttaMa In all It remarkablyH. H. tnaJIclnat tnrrnllenta. tt tneana n nrw history for you from now atari thai tn! H. H. H. Is aM at all ilrux etor Faaadhal tlar, parr, ruddy In two alsea. Th Urgtr else l( the with mora economical pKllae. "3. S, S. ti for sale nt McUoberta Drug Store." l an- - Inat forever) NO my f.-ll- ne iot !, ffe-tl- ta Daffodils, (Hy l.cnnlc Miss Pattie school And School llollor. Land) Spring hnd come again to the old brown earth, Birds were twittering In the tree topi; grnss clothed the kill and valleys with verdan green; tree. were bursting forth In 'eaf and aa The world Mtiiom again. good place to live In. clad to be Mlu Pattie U'ltde aUve even though she did have to teach aehool for hrr living and nt Clover Corner too. You could tell by the glad note In hr voice that Her she wan't sorry to be alive. blue rye beheld life thru roy glasses even though Clover Corner was n dull. uninteresting place to be. It wain't o alow if you happened to be the teacher of the district school and lively had from forty to ieveity-ftv- t boy and girl to supervise. At Ml Tattle tripped thru the yard to the farmhouse that o hoipltably hrltered her she was filled with Joy at the beauties aoeut her. She had no thought of resentment far the arduoui task he had met that day in the school room. "Isn't It good Xtt be nlive on urh a lovely Spring day7" she said to Mr. Hay at the entered the heuo. "I guess it ii," wa the response she receiveil. "How has school treated the little teaeher to Jay!" inquired motherly Mrs. 'Itay A the glri entered her spacious room. "Oh, there have been trial, but day," it ha i ben a very pleawnt I'attie told her. "Frank Hryant was qu.te a trial thi morning, but he did bring me the loveliest bouquet of daffodil"." "Aunt Martha, ("liver Corner be such a delightful place to teach it It were not for the one thing It lack so wofully," the girl told the older woman at they went out into the lovely old yard would fallowing Friday many were then tt) rnrl at the first meeting, Where Parasite ls Present In Large hot every en bad a r.nk assigned Numbers Crop Should &t Plowed Kver woman was elected to them. Under, as It Will Not Amount torn (.'flee except one and the was to Anything. manager. mai.e publicity Listen ami perhaps you will learn A pn'nli-m-of l!inn tty l ri how well Miss I'attte and Aunt Mar- (Kirtml In winter nlumt Hftln anl. tha planned when they thought out Jmlslns from aanipti-- a mTlxttl fprni Is Die the scheme to get the people Inter- tHitii)' nrN. Iln tir for stcr!l )nrn. ested r".vrnMH rllirwllr oitMiltlon, niii-iwith nn itliu'iiri of n tmraolte Dickens' Gorgscus Attlrt. Unit irilimiiily iliirij tin lnrvm of " Ainnnc Knxllsli author, ta) m lli HfMiun 11) i nil too cnrlj plnntlns In the Dally lUpre-a- . Uind'in. of tl.i' wlntit Inst full. I lln intMi' Cnctitnd, Olrkrna win protmlily tint of llii' oiilliriMk. Wlirri' ulmit was nnt Crg(Hiu dreer lie liod to fuiun I'nrl) It In lf rnrofutl)' nfllrp of llousetiold t llie iloun I for lnif-of ilit- - fly. Ainl. Ahen editor, neiirlng n hrlght cninltif (if Him ltifi"ttliiii may l ! Sljn Mt-wnlttinat nnd n vlvbl amrlet tie ! I iiv xnmlnliu Hio wlioat .rfrflly ronceuleil liy a coat ' ritl cufTa. the N'ot very n 'ileach-eomlierni-itflt-liaky-tilu- on Tobacco x again. "What i it that i n 'wofully lack ing'?" the old lady atked kindly. "Oh, there nre to few who have any interett In the school work," the answered. "I do with the parent. would come to vitlt ut and talk with me and each other about the many thing which could be done to make the tchool count for more in the livet of the people." "Of course the new building will be ready before time for the next tchool term to begin; but It will be il Impossible for the teachert and to make the most of the beautiful building and the excellent equip me nt the Kducatlonal Hoard hat given the district, unlet! the parentt become educated and interested in what they can do to help out and make the i tchool etiunt in their llvet at welt at the livet of the children. "That it what told H:," the elder pu-p1 Cruelty In Trspplnj Anlmsla. of the nnlmals caucht by Heel trnpa nre tvnrtbleu. Fifteen per cent eacapc by etiewlnc off a let. Many are eaten tiy other anlmnla and all torture- - The Amerioffer can lltimnne society offer prise act3t for the litut quainting the puMIr with thla cruelly nil thnw'nc bow It may be remedied. Scientific Ainerlmn One-fourt- h tliiiM-rln- en)a C. It. Naylor, Mr. nnd Mrs. Willie Ray, Mr. Clay Simpion and Miss (Delayed) Virginia Ray were guests .Monday of continues ill. Mr. and Mr. Hugh Simpson of the Mr. Kobert Sinjpon Mr. and Mrs. VernarJ Hurt spent Stanford road. Mr. and Mrs. James Foster delightSunday with Mrs. Mary Black. Mr. and Mr. - L. Matthew spent Sunday with Mr. and Mn. Wm. Simp son. Mr. and Mr.. Tommlc Murphy were Jgurst Saturday night of Mr and Mrs. Urn. Simpson. Mr. and Mrs. Austin Black were cue.ts Sunday of Mr. mil Mrs. Tom Pollard. Mrs. Patsy Slmpon snent TuesJay night with her daughter. Mrs. Cron-le- y I- JUDSON Mr. Anclsnt Shaving Itrpltment. Arconlllig to HeriMtottis. the Kgyp-llnahau-roiitliiuull) nnd only let gnnv when they the hair and were In mourning. The Imrher of the ancient Fgypilnn una kmmn nt the haq. He rnplojnl nri"im Instru-liienta razor atiiiielline In the slini of n Miinll, t.orl hatchet with a linmlle nml other Instru-meiit- s khnped tike n knife ucrv most cent rully iiimI. fully entertained about thirty guest Sunday in honor of Mrs. Poster' COth birthday anniversary. Ices nnd cake were served ami an enjoyable day was apent by all present Pressure Produced Diamonds. In IWft Sir Andrew Noble explodes! cordite In closed ateel cylinders and calculated that he had attained n temperature of over fl.HO degrees Centi- a. 3 s Hnrdwick. Hessian and Wheat Insert Shows Mrs. Raymond BurchH and daughAdult Female, Greatly Enlarged. ter spent Tuesday with Mr. and Mrs. If It tin Muntci! plant upon which Henry Sebastian. ImmIIi- t urt- small limwn Mr. C. It! Naylor delivered some turhfl to llis- - stalks, ttic tiy In prl hogs Saturday to Mr. Kirby Teater In the pupal or "(tax uhly prcM-n- t at lOcts. per pound. T1i-aiH'il" Muse. timun niilllk Mr .and Mrs. Bailey Kny delighttxa ImmIc mn urfar founl of their fully entertnined seve-of lhi crouml lo'tucvn the leaf Within a friends Sunday at an elrirant dinner. nml the atrm of the plnnt feu-- weeks Miiall cnatllki- - !lle hatch Mrs. Wm. Black, Mr .and Mr. Wilout. lilj lllg a i Mul crop of ek'k'snhlrl lie Itay, Mrs. Nannte Ray and daughtin- - sprlnc liriHxl of fllei. In WedThe llclan liy him four tnct In ter were in Danville srjpp ng ll life. The ege. the inaccot, the nesday. pupal ami the tiy. It Is the maggot, a Mr. and Mm. Wm. B'sck Mr. and h nf white Itnky worm, nhout an Inrli Unc, that loe the ilnmnce. If the plant survltc the first nttnek there l a chance of ronslilernhle ilam stit-nlal one-tlft- a??rrtrrc.TjiaryTgr.S XL' grade and n presoire of .V) tons to the square Inch. Some, of the enrbon pro- duced under lhee rendition. wns hy Sir Wlllli-.Crookes. who found II roiitntneil minute dlnmonds. The Rattlesnake. One of BoMworth' young sprouts wns coming borne about 12 o'clock the other night on the-- south road, and Just ns he got even with the graveyard the engine went dead. But ha said he got so scared when ho saw when? he wns that he shook the car so (in dly that the durned old tllwcr thought the motor wax :.." - nnd came clear lo town before it -I- scor-crrd Its tnUtnke. Science find Invention. EXCURSION woman aald. "1 thought of the condition at 1 came from the achool houte thlt afternoon. Nature teems to be waking CINCINNATI, and return via OHIO from her slumbers. Her delightful L. & N. $2.85 beautiet are being resurrected at it $2.85 were and I have been wondering why Further reduction for children. we the few who nre interetted might nut et tome force to work to 4th, 1922 'resurrect' the other and set them Special train will leave Lanall to shining Just as those golden caster 5:39 A. M., returning jonquilt along that path there thine will leave Fourth St. Station, this afternoon. Cincinnati at 6:30 P. M. Cen"HiiVe you made any plan?" sym- tral Standard Time, (7:30 P. pathetically questioned Aunt Martha. M. City Time.) "We!!, it scents the style to orFor futher information con ganise to I thought perhapt we might sult Local Ticket Agent. ) organize a club of those who want Sunday, June use rexultlns fnun the eeonl cnp. which out the atcma and cause the cniln to liHlk'e nml lessens the grain (5-n-- 2t AGood Reputation plus a Better Price I0.90 IE new low mark of $10.90 for the 30 x 3 sixc "UscoH created something of a sen sation. Naturally, the first impulsive remark was on the "wonder ful price." Even more to the point arc the com mcnts of today. People are Retting more used to the $10.90 price but the "Usco" value is still a cause for wonder. is tt am A Let all these "Usco" Tires now serving their owners so well rc mind you of this Whatever the price of "Usco," it has not to deliver bin value because it has altvays done so. With thousand of $10.90 "Uscos" run- ninK today, every a locality has had a chance a to cnccK up on the surprising tire value. .a. AT' 1 :30 P. M. The demand of other matters on Mr. Horn's time prevents him from Kivinj: the attention necessary to the mill and n dissolution nle of the firm's property has been agreed on. THE MILL for examination. Mill is of GO barrel capacity and possesses The Cornishville new building and machinery. Installation of the maPLANS TO CONTROL EROSION an almost chinery is perfect and runs without a tremor of the building. There are four stands of rolls of the Robinson ManufacturGullies Cause of Considerable Lost b ing Co. type. The auxiliary machinery is complete. The ays Washing Away Fertile building is in perfect order and is oak framed and braeed. The to Reclaim. mill building proper will store some U.500 bushels of wheat and The gully Is one of Hie things that a granary, 111x28 feet, ncross the driveway is of good storage keep rain from being un unmixed blcv capacity and is ' ing lo the farmer. That It l an DAM FOR POWER WATER damage Is nnd cnue The dam is a well constructed and tight concrete dam over ohvlou. hut In I'ltrmer' Bulletin 1U.1I, "(lUllle How to Control und Iteclalm 100 feet long. The fore bily Is nlso of concrete. The mill Them." Ij I. K. Itamcr, Jut Iwueil property extends on both banks of the Chaplin river nnd full nt of hy the t'nlted State Pepart rights are possessed. Not one dollar Is necc&nry tfspcnd shown that loss Is river Agriculture. It on this property for repairs or improvements. produced In ID different vru). and that Soil-Wrat-proo- production. Wheat Cint la hailly InfesttMl with the lleaslan tiy ought to he plowiil under, an It will not amount to un) thing n a crop nml wilt only serve nn a hatchii'C ground for further crops. Often some parts of the yield only nre affected nnd the fanner mny ue his Judk'tnent as to turning under only part of the Held. Where volunteer needing of last crop are detected containing jenr" Ileislan tiy they nhoutd he plowed un dor nt once. If there are any suipl clous Mlgtis of the prvM'tire of the tiy urge (he ciitomogUt In the Held that sample he sent to the state Public Sale OF THE Cornishville Flouring ON Mill Thursday. June 15th, '22 f. I USCO charged. UnHsai States T)fl5 Cm4TUs V. S. Tin Co. coejr, sNo WarTax, Tines Unittd States Company Unhid States the most Important Is the washing itwny of fertile koII that can never ! returned. After dlcudng the different type of gullle-- and I heir ciuies, the bulletin, which Is lllustrnted with photo-grapon to and drawing. In deinll method of contmltlng eri'slon, hiHli a plowing In and seeding, planting tree-- , and htilhllng dams of tnrlou kind. By following the MUgetlons and plan farmer he utile In prevent further emlm In tnot mc Hnd to ni'hilm hadly gulnne case epenIve lied land. In itch a concrete wall nre slructuri-- s hut iiually Inexpensive urn. are terlnU brush, straw nnd stone ill ended. "I The bulletin mny be obtained f i barge bv addrelng the depnrt-nun- t C. at Washington, i h TERRITORY SERVED 0 Rubbtr Where You Can Buy US. Tires: HASELDEN BROTERS, LANCASTER, KY. BECKER St BALLARD, B R Y A NTS V I LLE, KY. PAINT LICK GARAGE, PAINT LICK, KY. miles. Knough wheat is easily purchased In this territory and is delivered to the mill. If the purchaser needs the service of nn expert miller there is a good local man available on reasonable terms. RESIDENCE HOUSE AND LOT There will nlso be in the sale n good four room house with hall ami all necessary outbuildings, situated on prominent corner of the town, owned by Kyle Ruby. CORNISHVILLE To those unactiualnted with our town, we wish to add a word as to the merits and advantages of this place. Here you will community of over 200 people find a refined and in the Immediate town and a very 'thickly settleiMerritory tribul. tary to us. We have two splendid churches, a thriving bank able nnd willing to serve nil proper enterprises, a model drug store PLAN TO ERADICATE SORREL nnd c combined, three general stores, one grocery nnd cream station, nn incorporated electric light power plant, two About Simplest Way It to Spray With blacksmith shops nnd two garages. There is one of the best Solution of Copperas Quickschools in the county located here. There are MaKills, lime Also sonic, Woodmen, Maccabees and Royal Neighbors lodges. Four About the simplest way of killing hard macadam turnpikes converge in the limits of the town in Cornishville Is the largest country proaorrel. If )u do not want lo cultivate :100 feet of the mill. tU- - land. Is to spniy It with a solution duce center of the county. If you are looking for a good busiof copperas (siitplmte of Iron), made ness and n good town, get this property. There are two splenh; dlssidtltig two imiuiiiIs of copSHTUt did physiciniu in this place. t the to enrh gnllon of water. d TERMS: cash and balance In 1, 2 nndJLveara. aorrel begin as This mill site is very old nnd has enjoyed nt all times the distinction of being a good mill. At present we have n heavy trade in custom grinding and serve a territory of over 10 square ce e r,e.-ih- fr' law-abidi- ng post-oiric- two-roo- m Itcp4-.i- One-thir- to make growth. You ran also kill this weed by sinking iuUH;lline ln water nnd sprinkling the water mid lime over the planU, rveutlcg us often u spnotug as often the Horn & Cooksey, Props CORNISHVILLE, KY. ucoaiciry. The Central Record. Lancastei , Ky.(Thursday. June 8 922 1 MMHB HI ARE YOU LOOKING FOR Galvanized Roofing GOOD QUALITY AND 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 a Rood roof thnn n bnd one. jscttlod in the soviet addle and Funds Available are engaged in the pleasing 'To Bnltd 46,000 Mile, o' Go4 Road. pastime of pulling the string whifc the old world dnnccs to The $350,000,000 appropriated by their music. In the meantime congress hi rcurrui mu in unijunc the rank and file of he Russian tion with State fund will result In people are dying of starvation. the constructionsay of th about 40,000 Jlurcau of mllrs of road, Russia demands that the rest Agriculture. This mileage would of the world supply the finances parallel the railroad (Km New York for her reconstruction. This to San Francisco nearly 15 times, or will probably be done, be- If divided equally amorg the States cause the premiers and bank- would give nearly 1,000 mllrs to each State. ers of Europe dare not definiteThe status of road building on ly refuse. April 30th. was as follows: In pro The spread of bolshcvism is jects entirety complete, a total of what they fear, and the spec- 10,375 miles; under construction, 13, tre is so terrifying as to prac- 050 miles in projects, averaging Gli tically obscuro every other per cent complete. A considerable part of the latter mileage is actually consideration. complete and In service.. In adill. In plain words, soviet Russia tlon, funds have been allotted to has the old world btitTaloed to 7,511 miles, much of which will come under construction during the pres a frazzle. I ' ! ASK ABOUT Gerto FOR PRESERVING MAKES MORE AND MAKES IT BETTER riCNIC ALL WITH KINDS us OF Down With The Speeder With summer upon us again and automobile traffic on the increase the spotlight of pitiless publicity should be turned with full force upon the speed mnninc the most dangerous of all irresponsible animals, Fortunately, they are not so numerous as they were. Heavy fines nnd jail sentences have checked a portion of this ruth less terror. But even one is too many to be left at large. Not since the early days of Indian butcheries has there been such a menace to public safety. Time and superior force have eliminated the Indian as a menace. The speeder's turn comes next, nnd action should be swift and with no greater mer cy than he shows to his help- CONN BROS. "Live and Let Live Folks." ent season. Besides this there it still available for new project $00, 148,000, which on the tame bails as previous Federal aid construction will result in the corstruction of 8,200 miles of highway. In March the fund available for new projects was taken up at the rate of $12,000,- 000 a month and at th rate of In April. SANDWICHES AND TRAYS GURREbY Baptist Church News & GULLEY ance dur.ng the summer months when counter attractions would lead us elsewhere. The pastor will preach morning and evening next Sunday. Morning topic "The Glorious Gospel." Evenings "An Unanswered Question." At the pretent rate of Tanlac sales, it it estimated the grand total will reach 24,000,000 bottles at the end of. the prrtcnt year. - Stormer Drug (It.) Store. F1F The Central Record IE Stanley Goes After Daugherty Hard Kentucky Senator Say. Harding li Shielding Official Wl o gave some good sound advice to certain people in the Bal91.50 a Year. 'Issued Weekly. kans and a French court senPayable in Advance. tenced him to twenty years imJ. E. ROBINSON, Editor. prisonment during his abR. L. ELK IN, Local Editor and Mgr. Cannot Shield Self Entered at the Port Office In Ky., Lan-caite- r, ai Second-Clas- s Mail Matter. PHE53 A550C1ATTON I THE AMEBiCAN Fwign Adtrtiint R.pc,,wil.BT. Lucasttr. It., Jhc 8. 1922 sence. The sentence will never be carried out for two reasons. First ,the French government will never have the nerve to pursue the farce to an end. Second ,the American fist is still hard and there is plenty of power behind it. Rates For Political Announcement!. Europe is sick very sick For Precinct and City Officei.S 5, oot and there appears to be but oo 10. For County Office For State and Diitct Office.. 15, .00 one physician capable of re- less victims. ,10 storing her to health. That For Calif, per line ,10 physician is Uncle Sam. For Cardi, per line Why, Doctors, Why? For all publications in the inter But when a ph3ician gives Fifty years ago n man was Resolutions et of individual! or exprei-io- n medicine to a patient he reIn memory of brother Jesse Dunn, of Individual views, per considered old at f0. Today quires that his instructions be line he is only in the prime of life, who died May 10, 1922 faithfully observed, for withOnce death Obituariti, per line many years of useluiness Ilrother again Fellow,hath summoned a Odd and the golden out such observance there can with yet ahead of him. gateway to the Ktcrnal City has open be no cure. An artist's model, reputed In Poland the "oldest inhabi ed to welcome him" to his home. It is possible that America to possess the most beautiful tant" is still farming at the He has completed his work in the figure on the American conti- owes a duty to the world, the age of 132, and he isn't worry- ministering to the wants of the afnent, attempted suicide recent- duty of aiding in the readjust- ing about the approach qf flicted, in shedding light into darken, ed souls and In bringing Joy into the ly because she had been re- ment of stricken Europe. places of misery, and as his rewnrd But the people of this coun- death. duced to poverty and the fuWe appear to be a genera has received the plaudit "well done" ture held nothing inviting for try will approve the extension tion of people enjoying longer from the Supreme Master. of such aid only upon the as And Whereas, the all.wlse and mer-cifher. lives than our forefathers, a Master of the Universe has call, greatest men and women surance that it will be employ- fact which the average man is The ed our beloved ami respected Ilrother have marveled ed for the collective good of all unable to explain. of the nation home, and he having been a true and And not be divertover the perfection of her fig- of the people But perhaps our local phy faithful member of our beloved Or. ure. Foreign critics have stood ed to the maintenance of great sicians can throw some light der, therefore be it Resolved, That Franklin Lodge No. entranced before her likeness armies or the enrichment of upon a subject of such vital in7, 1. O. O. F. of Luncaster, Ky , in as revealed by artists and sculp- favored individuals. "No ad- - terest to us all. testimony of her loss, drape its Chartors. Other women have envi- herance, no dough," says Dr. Speak up and be heard. ter in mourning for th'rty days and Sam. ed her that with which nature that we tender to the famdy of our has so richly endowed her and Although a powerful reconstruc deceased brother our sincere condo. Expensive Economy denied them. tive tonic, Tanlac contain! no harm lence in their deep affliction and that The average hard surfaced ful ingredlenti, mineral or opiatet, ii copy of thete resolutions be sent Yet in the midst of prosperity she is overtaken by advers- road as at present constructed which arc to often found in other to the family. W. M. Zanone, ity! And adversity does not in this country is not adequate medicine. It can therefore be taken T. M. Arnold, by delicate children with tplendid attract friends or honorable to withstand the weight of the result. Wm. Cox Committee heavily loaded trucks that con- (It.) employment. Stormet Drue Store. .... ..... .. Washington President Harding was charged recently In the Senate by Senator Stanley democrat, of Kentucky, with attempting to stifle, if not muzzle the preu. to prevent publication of attacks on Attorne General Daughrrty and with making a detperate attempt to shield a mas who dares not shield h'mself and to protect a man who doe- -, not protect himself. In the course of his re marks, Stanley assailed Daugherty a a nefarious and crooked pardon broker, who makes it his b'isiness to deceive the president thjt men may plunder in time of peace and rob the federal government in time of war. of Respect The Juniors held a very enjoyable picnic at the Club House Tuesday, Four car loads of young people nnd a few chaperones for good measure composed the picnic party, llrauti ful weather (after it rained,) good .company, good eats, and good swim ming were the necessary elements to make a good time possible, ami nil enjoyed it to the full. Mr. John Montgomery, of the young men's Ilible Class, ami Mist Addie Mae Scott, called at the pastor's home on Wednesday morning and after the necessary words were said they were the recipients of hearty congratulations at Mr. and Mrs. Upon their return Montgomery. from a short trip they will rrside near Lancaster. The play given by the Senior Clais of lierea College at the School audi torium Monday evening, under the auspices of the II. V. P. U. was at-- , tended by a large audience. The! young people are to be commended' for their enterprise In securing this' high class play. The music was fur-- 1 nished by Mrs. Walter Cox and Mr. Crumlin, and was much enjoyed. The Communion service was post.) poned until next Sund." morning. It ft hoped that there will be n large' ttendancc at that time, Our Sunday School has sutfered. for lack of Sunday School teachers, the last three Sundays. We sincere-- , ly hope that all the teacher and! scholars wU be loyal In their attend-- 1 The Strategic Moment Citizen; "That's my car. The thief it Just Axing a blowout." Policeman: "All right. I'll go over and arrest him." Citizen: ! Walt till he gets the tire pumpel up." Amer.-ca"Sh-h-hn Legion Weekly. Country Store IN TOWN BfjtjLookinKj.Mnn in Town Floury 1.00 Ginghams lOcts Up R. J. ENGLE Ncnr Drpot Loncnster.Ky ul tinually pass over them. Out of sight, out of mind. The result is within a few Out of mind, out of pocket. months a new road begins to Out of pocket, oblivion. go to pieces and constant reBe lenient with the young pairs are required to keep it in man who has to walk gingerly any kind of condition. This, in order to avoid tripping over in the course of time, leads to his own hair. greater expense thnn would The baseball season is on in have been the case had the full swing, and it is generally road been properly constructed conceded that an enthusiast in the beginning. can extract greater enjoyment The time is fast approaching from a whoop or a cheer by when the double track road first thrusting his fingers up- will become a necessity, with ward through his flowing locks. one side extremely heavy in Then again, the hair covers construction for motor truck the brains in the head, and traffic, and the other of a light some brains are so delicate they er roadbed for the exclusive use require a considerable amount of automobiles. of protection to prevent rapid In the meantime we will condecay. tinue to dodge holes and bump Be generous to the feeble- the bumps and preserve our in inded. It is not their fault. tempers as best we can. A moderate improvement is Foreigners of distinction come to this country, criticise better than none at all, but exus, laugh at our "provincial pensive economy never pays in ism," and go home envying our the long run. progressive spirit. The harsh Buffaloed things said of us are many, and biting, yet we forgive them in Statesmen of the old world those who have eaten of our are worrying themselves gray over what to do with Russia. salt, Lenin and Trosky are firmly A former American diplomat , Card of Thanks III Vm-- 7& &&9fci, ' ff -- Summary of Bonus Bill The McCumber Honui Hill, approv. cd by the Senate Finance Committee, summarize! at follows: Cost 13, S00, 000,000 :.t the end of 20 years (McCumber'a stimate.) Financing: No method provided. Rate: Dollar a day for home ten-icand $1.-- 5 n dav Mr foreign service. Limit: Five hundred dollars for home service and $025 for foreign service. Cash provision: Limited to vet erans getting $00 tftinl. Certificate provision: Amounts to three times computed cash due each man, to be paid at end of 20 year period. old provision: Home or farm Veteran can obtain from Secretary of Interior full cash in 1023 if spent on purchase of home or farm or on debts to contracted. Cash amounts increases to 140 per ccn in 1928 if spent in this manner. Vocational training provision: et- eran it paid 11.75 per day while un. der vocational training provided by government, total amount not to exceed HO per cent of esih value of his bonus. Loan provision: Kaonal bank authoriezd to loan 50 pe cent of full value of bonun certificate prior to January 1st., 102G, and Pottoffice Department authorized to make same is e We desire to express our sincere appreciation and gratitude to those of our neighbors and friends, who were so kind to us in our recent bereavement, in the snd death of our dear ton. It. K. Swope and fanrly. WP Within Reason the guards were leading his client away, the lawyer stopped and shook hands sadly with the recent defendant. "I'm sorry I couldn't do more for you, old man," he apologized. "Don't mention it, sir," replied the prisoner. "Ain't five year enough?" American Legion Weekly. ry P' 5 7 Just as REFRIGERATORS AT MODERATE PRICES Now is the time to buy your REFRIGERATOR. Our line is complete. We are showiiij? Attractive modols at attractive prices. We have exactly what you want. Let us show you the LEONARD CLEANABLE REFRIGERATOR. There Is no such thin? as luck to the fellow who it always unlucky. Congress, however, is composed of so many light weight that we hardly realize that we have it on our hands. Piety literally oozes from the countenance of some people, but It never extends as far as the tocketbook. Will II. llayn Is preparing for a slump in personal popularity. He promises clean pictures in filmland. The House of Standard Merchandise. loan thereafter. "I would not take $1,000 for what that wonderful Tanlac medicine has done for me," said Mrs, Mattle Lutes, of Lexington, Ky. Sold by Storme Drug Store. (It,) HASELDEN BROS. LANCASTER'S BIGGEST STORE. Tne Central Record, Lancaster. Ky. Thursday, June 8 I 922. S Benefit Sale Going Big DON'T "WAIT YOU MIGHT BE TOO LATE Each Day New and Wonderful Bargains Being Offered Which Are a Blow to the High Cost of Living. ONLY TEN MORE SALE Gossip About e People Mn Frank IJradhaw has been recent vintur m Danvdle. a DAYS. left today COME NOW. c. ONLY TEN MORE. Express Appreciation "Sweet Dreams of You" "Trixie" "Shady Lane" "Somebody been Fooling You" "Cherry Time" "Me For You" 25c each or all G of these beautiful big sontf hits $1.00. (G-l-- Mr. Carr;e Davidion for Mr and Mr. J. H. Sterme Vmtor in Danville the pait week. II. month ynit to her on, Mr. It. L. Davidson were and Mr. Davidson. Tula Okla., for leveral Mr. J. C. Robimon left today for Lexington, where he will visit rein-tiv- Mr. Sallie IIom Lnwien and ion, F. Walter, ef Lesington, .Mr. George Lawon, will leave thli Mr. Dun-laipent Sunday with Mr. HalHe week for Michigan, where they will st th, Cominn m! A DiUI MtMl 0bij hy 1h til Am IstmiUS" In. ipend the summer month. Meiir. Jamet Creutcher and ion, Itev, and Mr. Henry N. Faulconcr, Robert, ipent the day in Cincinnati, of HllUbero, Ohio, (.pent n few day returned Sunday. Mi. Mary Chnnut ha tbl week with Mr. Faulcener' (ram Danville. Mr. Jennie Kavanaugh Slavin ha mother, Mn. W. II. Maion. Mr ami Mr. Uurten Stapp have taken room at Mr. Mary Logan' Mr. W. It. Cook, of Danville, Mr. been recent visitor in Lexington. fn Danville avenue. Shirley Rlmere, Mr. and Mri. Theo-dar- e Wintenmith, of Louisville, visitMr. It. K. Mellobert ami Mr. F. Mr. Walter Uryant, ef Leulsvttle, Satur-da- y II. Marktbury were in visiter in Lancaster ed Mr. K. I Ouley Sunday. wai a week-enef relative and friend. Mr. Allen Jehnon ha returnel ami Mr. Charle in Covington, after Mr. Lm Ckrk II. K. Hughes and Mr. Mae te her home Mr. ilurkley were in DanvttW recently on Hughes Noland have returned f rem a ipendlnc a few day with r paj rent, Mr. and Mn. Charlie Toff. buinr. few day tay in Louisville. He v. ami Mrs. Price T Smith have Mr. William Dai, Mr. Thomai Mr. John It. I.uti, of, Harlan, I ef friend In been retint vilter Davi, of Faint Lick, Mr. LeMie pending a few day with hla mother, I'rewitt and Mr. Thoma Palmer, of D.mvHIe. Mr. Mattie Lutz and family. Kirkiville, attended the birthday parMr. J. M. Karra, Mines Kannlc and ty of Mil Louiie Godfrey, In LexMIm Lucille Sutton returned from Ilettle West were visitor In Danville Indianapolis, where the bai been the ington. the past weuk. pat year In the. cheel far the Deaf. Milieu Lula Legan, district Home Miss Mary Kwitzf.Mr ami Mr. II. Demonttration Agent for Eastern and Mr. J. C. Rucker, of Lexington, M. Kurtz and sons, were visiters In Central Kentucky, wm in the city a has tpent a few day ef hi vacation Danvlllt- - Friday. few day thin week, the guet of Mi bis m ether, Mr. Sarah II. Kuck- with Joyce Syler, our local Home Demon-tratle- n I)r and Mr. J. M. Strughten. Mr, r. Agent. and Mr. Clay Sutton were visiter's in Lexiagtan Monday. Mr. Willie Lorn; returned to Cinf Mr. and Mr. Clay Sutton enterSunday after a few day vfs--it Mil. Nannie Srler, of the More, cinnati tained Sunday at their home on Maple to hi parent, Mr. ami Mr. M. avenue with a family dinner party in returned head' Nermal rehesl, ha I). Lone. hwne for the summer. honor of Dr. and Mr. J M. Staugh-teof Covington. The home and Mr. Mattie Dunean, Mr. Fannie Min Stella HcrHRg U visiting hex table were decorate! in p'nk roses and ami Mr."Jerry Heeper ami Mr. Parra, MU Petlu. Mr. Danville Mr. pink unele, poppie. A four eoune menu Cabell Denny were in the Helper, in Parkiville. wn served, the color lehtme of white past week. and pink being carried throughout. Itay Hurler Davli, ef Cninjv Mi MUs Ancle Klnnalrd returned Wed- I'lates were laid for eight guuits. bttHtvlile, hat been n recent gttest of nesday frem Indlanapelit, where he Mlv. Cbastlne Kucker. ha been iastructer in t'te School for Member of the Soro' Club celebrated the advent of June and the Mr. Sam Until, after a vhit to hi the Deaf. of builnesi "orient yesparent, Judge ami Mr. K. W. Harrlt Mr. Norfleet, tate deputy of the terday with a breakfast at the Audu ha' returned to Louisville. Eastern Star, of Order ef the Mr II. G. bon Country Club. ba WilHaw Kavannugh and Ed president of the State Feder. Mer. In Danville FrMay after-no- a K. U. Ueuriand.been the icue.t of Mr. Wnlker were ation ef Women' Club: Mr. Geo. j wingMng with frier ill. Mr. W. T. Wet, who h.n been II. Newman, preildent of the Women'i pendlni; everal month with her City Club mid Mr. Connor Hrown Mr. Jte Itebinien, Mr-- Ed Galne, husband in llow)ln Green, has re were speaker. Louitville Courier-Journa- l. Ml. Helen Gill ami Mi Mary Doty turned to Laneaiter. were Danville vliltojiFrlday. Mr. Hrown is well known here, MUt llobeeea Syler, of Cumberland having made her home here when her Dr. and Mr. J. M. Staugjjten, of College, WfltiamiburK, returned home husband had charge of the PresbyGuvtagten, are gueiU.of Mr. Stnugh-ton'- s Thuriday and will pend the unmer terian curch. mother, Mr. II. A. U. vacation with her mother. The Order of the Eastern Star at The Order of the Eaitern Stars utfiilii ntAiitlMie Tiling!. tended the 'iml. Anniversary of the Margaret Cook, who ha Juit Uttl.l U.I Mit Order of the Eastern Star nt graduated from Gumtnn Hall in ,evemnt; at the Maomc Lodt;e Hoom. last Thunday evening. The will ptnd the 'Mr. Naylor, State Deputy, and Washington, D. Maionic Hall was beaut' fully decora member of the Ilarrodburi: June week at Anap.ln Md Danted in white lillies, pink and red (chapter were preent. ville Mesnger. lroe. The Worthy Matron, Mr. Davenport, presided uml the work of initiation beautifully staged. The Grand Worthy Matron, Mrs. McCan-ley- , of Louiiville, Past Grand. Worthy Matron, Mr, llatc, Pait Grand Worthy Patron, Dr. Kelley were nUj preient and made ipVndid talk. After the closing exercises a loclal hour wai enjeyvI. Sherbet, cake anil lemonade were lerved. The following member attended: Mr. Loui lLandram, Worthy Matron; W. 0. 1M. ....... M'.,l... K.t.n . M,. U II . ... I MIIVII) II Vllll Ilurton, Conductress; Mr. Adolph Joseph, Associate Cendu:trei; Adah, Mr, ltoi Ilastin; Esther, Mr. Wei-le- y Dickerion; Electa, Mr. Guy Davidson; Secretary, Miss Sue Shelby Maion; Trvaiurer, Mn. Wooil Hum-tid. Chaplin, Mr. W. 0. illgney; Warder, Mi Frankie Kaulfman and Sentinel, Mr. Hon Ilaitin; Mr. Arch Walker, Mr. W. A. Price, Mr. Gee. Smith, Ml Joyce Syler Ml Sarah Wilmot, Miu Eva Weitever, Mr. J. M. Farra, Mlu Mildred 5Jeaxley, Mr. Public Square Phone 206 Sallie Ilo Lawon, Mr. Logan, Mr. and Mr. Itaymond HaioJden. p. Mr. Herman Ituisell Wayland, of Texas, ii the guest of, her mother, Mm. W. A. Price. Mr. Tom Yanti, MY. and Mr. Will Embry and daughter were visi- tor In Danville Tuesday. It. of Mr. Ike Dunn and Mr. W. Cook, of Danville, were viiiton Mr. E. L. Owiley Wednesday. Ivllr Misies Stella Uroaddus and Pearl Flanncry are gucv.i of the latter' parents, Mr. and Mr. Jim Flanncry. d h-- J. E. Itoblmon, Mls Hern-dln- a Engle and It. L Elkin, were in Danville a few hour Tuesday afterMm. noon. Mrs. Emma Francis, Mr. and Mm. Klchard Anderson were in Lexington , Wednciday evening and attended the Exposition. The Hoard of Commerce of Lexington, are deeply grn'eful for the courtciica extended to b'lilncsi men and citizeni upon their recent short vint to our city. A letter from the iccrctary of the organzation reads: Mr. It. L. Elkin, ENTERPRISE MUSIC CO. Editor, Lancaster Record, 216 Lyric Theatre Bldg., Lancaster, Ky. Cincinnati, O. Dear Mr, Elkin: We certainly appreciate more than Ditcarding the petticoat would not we can cxprcts the warm welcome ex- do the man a bit of good. Governtended to our Uooitcrs last Thurs ment by any other name would be day In the headline acron your special just as bad. edition lisucd in honor f the arrival of our party. Lancaster will stand out an one of the pleasant memories of this very enjoyable trip, at wc all met old friends galore the moment we arrived, and tnjoyed every minute thereafter in their company. With best regards and assurances of appreciation, I nm, Sincerely youn, C. F. Dunn, Secretary-Manage- n, i;, Hey-nol- d, s I r. Mines Pearl Flanncry and Stella Uroaddus, Menrs. Jim and Hill Wood Mr. Fred Hurman, editor and own and Dewey Uroaddus motored to er of the Mountain Advocate, at High Hridge Sunday. Harboursville, Ky., hat sent an invi Mrs. Fisher Gainei and ion, Rob- tation to the editor of this paper, tol ert Currey, of Danville, are guesti be his cuett at Dlshman Snrinn' of her niiter, Mr. Margaret Currey Hotel, Friday and Saturday, June Oth. and 10th. Itobinton, on Richmond street. The invitation reads: Mr. anil .Mn. Henry Wood, of Dear Fellow Editor: are pleasant guests this The Mountain Advocate cordially week of Mr. and .Mr. John M. Farra Invite you and your ldy to be its and Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Denny. guests at Dlshman Springs Hotel, Mis Martha Ward Sweeney and Friday and Saturday, June Mr. W. M. Dlshman, owner of the Miss Thelfa Hamilton, students at Hamilton College, Lexington, arc at hotel solemnly pledges chicken for the Uring your coif stick and occasion. home for the summer vacation. rodthe bass are biting. Miss Mary Ellen Owilcy ha return Do not disappoint u but come and ed from Tramylvanin College where play for two dayt at one of the real she wa- - a member of the graduating beauty spot of beautiful Eaitern class. She I now a Ilachelor of Kentucky. We want to meet you and Art. the other newspaper boys and girl Mr. W. A. Farnau, after spending of the State and promiie you there will be no boreiomc program, Just a two week at Hot Spring, Ark., regood time. turned to thi city yesterday, the Automobiles will carry our guest picture of health and glad to be back. to the Spring. Hi friend were delighted to see him Kindly advise your acceptance of again. our invitation. Your sincerely, Mr. and .Mr. John Hrown, of LouisFred Uurman, Publisher. ville, accompanied by their friend, Mist Lillian Collier, Hrundagc, Ala., will arrive thi week for several week' visit with Mn. Hrown' parent, Mr. and Mr. J. G. Uurmide. Worth Your Feet Are a Fortune I T Right now while you have good fctt you should take care of them. You can't have comfortable feet if ou continue to wear ordinary shoes with sassing arches. Arch Preserver Shoes with the concealed arch bridge keep your feet vigorous and healthy became a comfortable and normal support is proShoes are in good style, always, enabling you to lave your f cct look as ycu wish. vided. Arch Prtierver IAS. W. SMITH I ft. KEE1-- M. ft. THE FOOT WELL liar-odibu- C-- , lev-'or- al FHESH VEGETABLES GROCERIES MEATS & Mr. Iln.com C. Ford after a ieice nf Ulnits. thnt mm tii.tr hiilrti fnlnl. returned to hli home here last Sun-- 1 day afternoon. Ill illness necetsl- tated the amputation of one leg. He take his misfortune pleasantly and say he i very glad to be nt home again. HI hoit of friend are just at glad to see him. LBS. FISH The Fabric of Dreams "That new show of mine to be u sure.fire hit," announced the producer gleefully. I've got a swell idea for costuming the chorus." " grunted the critic "That' about all moit of 'out wear nowaday." American Legion Weekly. "Uh-huh!- it gome 9cts lb Direct from the cold waters of the north. FULL SUPPLY EVERY DAY . e; The belt in life soMent appeals t ui until the other ftdierv ha coppc I it otf. Scott Ruble The great trouble with the rest of the world is that it expooti too mu h ef you. ... i 1 ii II yuu hiuiu jiri'siif ici.iinunviiy iu trouble to the home, never tell your wife when ihe I at the bottom of them. 1 Sanders Variety Store The Red Front LANCASTER, KY. ysr The Central Record? Lancaster. Ky., Thursday, June 8, 1922 SURVEY SHOWS DIFFERENCE IN C6ST OF TRACTOR AND HORSES RICHMOND IS READY TO GREETVETERANS rtlchmoml. Va Jun 5. (SpocUD called for the remnant rtlchtnond for of that anny which defendoJ will four yesrs and by th thoussnd the survivor answer th summon t b hero on Jun 19, :0, 21 and 1. Th last three days are tboso fix J for the welcoming and entertalntr ,l of the I'nlted Confederate Vetr .n at their 3M annual rrunlon. Ju II lnx ha i been set a the dato for the th cermonles which will en attention of the Confederated 8 hern Memorial Association and of v ns ol Confederate Voterans, 1'reparatlon ar now cor :!ete for nutt ter taking care ol the enormo of visitors who are eipecPHj to at ad The veteran will be the reunion made comfortable at tto bole!, with or relative and In prhato friend hs hr Sudan Planted Now Will Make Summir llof Forage be seeded lng Used to Prepare Sstd Bad. Hon the United sutee liepertmeat been displace! nnd the value of the t Airlrslture I The cost of power on tractor farms family and hired labor sated. Had nil the surplus horses tiis-In the winter wheat belt I somewhat greater than when horses are used for sold there would have been n further reduction of about III,'. mt farm In Brltlth Royal Marriage Rule. nil the work, according to the result the cost of horse labor. On many of may of a survey by the t'nlted States DeIlrltlsh princes and prlnces-e- s the farm there hnd been a reduction not marry before the age of twenty- - partment of Agriculture. A prelimof feed-fu- r work stock due to the use five without the consent of the king. inary report Just Issued shows, howof the traitor, ttnd If this bad been they may tnnrry ever, Uiat three-fourtIf over twenty-fivof the trnctor by giving notice I" month! beforehand owner were of the opinion that "their taken Into account a further sitting f almpt $17 jier farm would tune ! the privy council, unless parliament tractors were proving profitable. been shown. ilcfltlra ngulnst tin proposed match. Thl survey shows differences In the The analysis of the cost per acre of cost of power and labor due to the use swer and matt lalmr for different Th First and Stvtnth Day. of tractors, the work done with Hutu, ojtcratlotis when done with tractors The fourth commandment of th and the cost per acre for different op- nnd Ixtrses gave the following averJewish law distinctly commands that eration both with burses and tractors. ages: the seventh day of the week shall l Some .154 tractor owner In northern a day of rent, nn w hlch no work of any Oklahoma, Kansas and southern Ne- - I'lowlne l'fln stul fatl with tnn'tora ai r kind shall he done. The curly Chrisiraska were lslted and u compli-tI'lawln fprtn ami (All with M pr cr hurts tians observed the setcnth day for a record of alt work dune with tractors r .. acta I.UIIni with traetera long time, liven use It was the law of and horse during the year was obUstlnc rlth hirs t09practs the land. The fact that Jesus nrose tained, together with statements con(tatvltm ttlik) xllh tltklni from the dead on the first day of the cerning the farmers opinions of the tractors It pr act (taniUm illuHl with week led them to meet again on that advantage and disadvantages of using tHkln (t r acr hon day, ttnd It gradually became n custom tractors. The farms nteroged about c pr aer Prtlllnc lth trartors for them to meet on the tlrst day of U ncres In site, on which 3.12 acre K aer Iirtlllnc with hor of crops were grown In MCI, nearly l)rwln the week for rbr'siinn fellowship. tracMm1r with .rr tor of the crop area being Drawlnc blndrr with horsrs M pr acr In wheat. Widow Extrclie Old night. Klght widows In the town of Cost of Power on Mors Farms. The cost of using tractors for draw- Mcchimlr Magazine. Auxerre. France, are le celebrate the Imr work on these fv.nns averaged IVt A group of Vi farm where tracOpen On Nasturtiums Attack Ore hundredth niinlverttry of an act for the year, or erhour. These tors were nut owned, but comparable Ketp Tight Hold en Temper. of King Charles VII. decreeing that farmers were keeping an nverage of In slie to those where tractors were This is the season of the year in The man who loses hi temper Is In eight widow In Unit particular vilk.1 head of work tck In addition to asd, were surtejetl In order to oIh which nasturtium grower find It. the position of admitting to all who lage shall oluu) bate rent free. A their tractors and the cost per fans tain a direct comparison between necessary to give special attention to! witness his exhibition? that he Is not member of Charles Mine who was of keeping the work stock for the yer costs on farms where tractors are A lots of lemter wounded at the battle of ('nivittit. was wns master of hlmv-lf- . Thus the total annual cost owned and costs on farms of similar their plants in order to prevent seri- -' No man nursed and cured by ei;. widows, of power for drawbar work wo $1,023. slie and type where tractors are not ous Injury of them by plant I.ce, ac- means loss of can enjoy the luxury of losing his tem- and bo pro bled for his minx- - In hi Hie tractor furnUhed the xier for owned. There wns an average of 10.3 cording to N. R. Elliott, of the Col- -' per regularly unit enjoy lone life. mansion In Auxerre Ijitcr, C'inrles 40 per cent of the draw Imr work. head of work stock on thee farms, (lege of Agriculture extension divi- Neither ran siirti n tnnn win I lie lov- added the provision that the house of which lfl.1 head were needed for Variations In Cost of Power. sion. Rolled leaves on the plant are ing loyalty of lil iisoclate. Ton should forever be the'refUi.. of eight One horo wns the There were great ttirlatlnns In the each work.crop acres while needed for the first evidence that these sucking Dreler In Forties Magazine. .T3 widows. the tractor on Individual practices and cost owners were keeping one farms and the results Indicate that crop acres nnd needed. In for each s2 addition to often the cost of using the tractors their tractors, only one for each M and keeping the work stock wo exces- - crop acres. The cot per head of keeping the work stock was pV, per jeur where tractors were not owned and $VI where they were owned. The horsi-- s r head on the worked fO hours tractor fanns nnd 14 hours on the other farms. The cost per farm of power for drawbar work where tractors were not used was $701 its compared with $l,Ci where both tractors und horses were used. . What Farmer Think of Tractor. The owners' opinions regarding the use of tractor showed that 73 ter cent of the fanners Interviewed believed that their tractor would be pmtltable Investments, and 72 jier cent of them Intended to buy others when needed. The principal udvnlitugo . ." S m . mentioned were the ability to do more work In a glten time, and the saving V ..v- ... of horses In hot weather. Among the disadvantages, the Urst cost and depreciation and tl't running cipcuscu were mentioned frequently. The Tractor Usd fer Disking. tractor was utcd ns the primary she for the amount of work done. source of jKiwer for Held work by SO .Many tractor owners lave not deterAS ADMINISTRATOR OF R. H. TOMLINSON, DECEASED, WE WILL fer cent of .the owners, while 41 per mined oxnetly what work they can wnt used Ihe tractors a supplemenSELL ON ue their tractors for most profitably tary to horses, In -- 1 cr cent of the nnd what should be d,me with horses. 4nes the trnctor owners belleed that lie tractors had been responsible for The u erase cost per crop acre was iriH 'rr jrar lur urmur miw,t Mir vume IncreMseil ylt-- per acre. mi tlie rurms. this cost ranged rrom S."l ns the uvemge far the fourth of BARLEY BEING USED the fnrms with lowest cost to $1.7(1 for the fourth of the farms with high- FOR FEEDING SWINE (est costs. The tractors had been In ue for -- I months on on' average and the llrst cost hud been $1,47.1, about AT FOUR O'CLOCK P. M. f Its Use (or Brewing Purposes higher limn the prevent price of tractors of the same size und type. DurHas Fallen Off. ing the enr covered by the Investigation the cost of fuel mid oil whs nlvi The Tomlinson Home on Richmond street in Lancaster, Ky. This is absolutely somewhat higher than nt proem. On Department of Agriculture Takes Up account of these lower prices It Is Problem of Finding Relative Value one of the bust and most desirable homes in the city. The house is located on estimated that the present cost of oh of Light and Heavy Grades--It crating tractors purchased nt current Is Cheap Crop. wodld be something like. 'Si per a one acre lot with 100 feet frontage and contains eij;ht rooms, two halls, prices cent below the 102 cost on theso Hurley as a hog feed Is coming ou farms. bath, lijrhts, otc. The improvements consists of good barn, rnraj;e, and many the markets lit Increasing uiuouuts. Reduce Horses and Labor, Tractors probably for the reusons that lis use II The effeit of the udiUtlon of the for brewing purtMiM bus fallen off nnd other outbuildings, plenty of shade and fruit trees and fine garden. t rut tor to the fnm equipment was the bog Industry ha been moving tushown In changes recoriled ufler the tu the district. The Come and look this place over if you want a nice home splendidly locntod purchase of the trmtnr in an aver-ugUnited States lewrtmeiit of Agrlcub these farms bad been Increased tun has taken up the problem yf findby ft) crop ucms aad there had been ing out the relilthe feeding vnlue of in the best resident section of Lancaster. in the light und beuvy barley. There are no a reduction of 1.1 i amount of regular labor ue,L Three federal standard for this grain, but Possession can be given on or before September 1st., if desired. stock In light and hoHty grade are recognized bead of w nnd nidl(lon to those i ia Imml ..I the time on the market of the lnvettlaila wimM liavo been Liberal terms, which will be announced on day of sale. During i '.'1, the department mude nei'essary If the work luul all been feeding e of the two gnulcs, and done with horses. The traitor owners the trial will be repeated. Not tmuugh they needed In addisinsideretl that data tire i vulluble )et fordeltmtc u tion to their tractors an average of elusions ns to the relative merits of head, whensis they were itctu-tlonly tho light und heavy grain, but the rekeeping SJt head. sult Imve shown (hut l:lg!i litn In.-leof Tractor on Powsr Effset of U lias ti fmtdlng tnlue only sllgbll Costs. lower than good lu'lki corn. Wli.-There wus n nut Increase of $".tsj these tests ure co..:ileted the depart Capt. Am Bourne, Auct. per furm In tli combInel cosu of ment will have additional Information power and labor duo to lint use of the on the method of feeding barley. trnctor. niter dedtivtlng he nut of vhtl er or not It siuiuld be fed who!, keeping the work stock which hud rulleil, dry or souked. Sudan grass for hoc pastures can ni late a the middle o( June In Kentucky, according to E. J. Wllford, swine specialist of the CoK lege of Agriculture. The crop It meeting with special favor among Instructions for mixing and spraying swine breeders and feeders because with these materials should be taken of It ability to continue growing from the package and followed careduring the hot, dry, Kentucky sum fully. Careful examinations of the mors when rape and other pasture plants throughout the summer and crop are dried up, he said. From frequent sprayings are necessary. 20 to 30 pounds of seed usually are drilled in each acre, the larger amount being preferable since It results In Foley's Honey and Tar a thicker sod. g SURE and QUICK Relief from The grass Is nn exceptional pasture crop. A plot of It on the Kentucky Agricultural Experiment Station farm last summer Best for Children and Grown Persm averaged 1I inches high, when meas ured from the ground to the tip of! McROBERTS DRUG STORE the leaves, 16 days after planting. It i. ready for pasture when about Us for Sea Ice. 10 Inches high. The crop also is An Innovation In the flsli Industry of palatable and well liked by the hogs France Is tlie maktn: of Ice from sea and usually Is so rank growing that water, by n process which eliminates a large number of hogs can be pas- the concentration of wilt, that usually tured on it and a crop of hay cut af- occurs when brine or salt water terwards. frceic. This "salt Ice" performs the (tactile service of keeping the tlsh cold, and ttlo of "salting down" the fish ns Black Lice x mcttns of preserving them. Popular rapid-growin- UJccts harr begun the work, large masse. of small black riant lice be me revealed when the leaves are un rolled. Although the lice are not hard to control, certain methods must be used since they belong to the class of sucking Insects. They are destroyed by spraying them with materials that kill by suffocation, commercial to bacco mixtures being best for this. Not Merely a Knccktr. Opportunity has various ways of making It presence known. To Newton It camo with n thuu.p ns (he tipple dropped on his bend. Wttti hennl It ns the steam lifted the kettle lid. Sat and Sound. "You have been n long time!" "Yes, t took I'uul ii quarter of an hour to where the cloakroom tickets itc." "And where were they" "In nv handling !" Munich Mcggendorfer Hlrttter. br T - T IWTM Till 11 irraard r n e Provld Comfortsbl Quarter. Upon their arrival at the railroad taUons In this city, each veteran wlU b mt by a member of thHeunlon given an Identification Cemmlllee, card and assigned to quarters, If protlou arrangements (or accommo, dations have not been made. How-aver- borne. llrlfadler-Oenera- l Jo COUGHS croup chairman of th Iteunlon Committee, urge that all visitors mke thetr reservation befor coming to Itlchmond, applying to the hotel or to the In formation and Quarter Commute. Poitofflre lloi No. W, lUchmocd (or quarter In prtvste homes and board- Uni Stern, . e tr 1 1 1 tr rr thrv--fourt- Plant .l.tl l. ing bouse. cost, from II IS to II Iteaaonabl per day (or lo.aini and breakfast, wltl prevail In private home. Dinner and upper, with th compliments of the City of Itlchmond and the Commonwealth of Virginia, will be supplied Confederate veterans whodetlr them on June 10, 21 and 22 Elaborate Program. t The program of eierclse and piobably wlU make thta the greatest reunion In the hlstury of the Untied Confederate Veteran. One of the most Impressive eiertlees in which the veterans will take pari will be the laying nt th corner stone (or th Matthew Kontaln Maury mono ment Addreises will be delivered by ome of the South' greatest orators, there writ be a treat parade and review, band concerts, a Confederate ball and doien of other (eatures designed particularly to entertain and pleaae th Old otjtji's heroes enter-talnnin- Hunters Beware We positively wi'l not permit fot hunting or hinting of any character or trcspaumg an ocr farm Any violators wilt be prosecuted J. S. Schooler, Edgar Pr.et. V A. Price, Ue Criieillis, T. J. Price, IU - Klktn, it. M. I.ear. P.. L. Harkcr K. V. Parson, Marinda Ingiwort, J. P. Hlaad. and Hughei Ilrui ' (Other names will be added upon the payment f SS tents) (tf ) Prjblic '' Green Clay Walker Law And Real Estate Money to loan on farms. List your farm for isle priv- On The Premises -- ' tn't ately or at auction. Office over J. NVjSirnth'a Store. UM. S. j HATFIELD DENTIST FRIDAY, JUNE 9th, Office over The Garrard Dank. Phort. Office 5. Retidence 370 LANCASTER. KENTUCKY 4i Kroner 1 one-thir- DR. aJ. OPTO.MI2TI.tlST J. BYRrNE Practice limited to d.agnoi.ng and 'correcting defeets of Kyeigfit by th fit ng of DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. Office Hours 1 olnui to Opposite Gilchcr Hotel. 8 to 12 and S pm hurley-producin- g e. oni-thlr- d !' J. A. Beazlev DIRECTOR Olllre Over National l'aik, Residence t'hon 3. Olllce Phont 27 LANCASTER. KY, y The Garrard Bank & Trust Co, Or. Printus Calls Answered Night, LANCASTER. bone Walker Day ot 317. o VETERINARIAN. Promptly KENTUCKY The Central Record, Lancaster Ky. Thursday, June 8, 1922. LIVESTOCK FACTS TESTING FOR TUBERCULOSIS' j J A WHICH DAILY PAPER? Question Thnt Is Quickly and Readily Answered. Announcement I ' Reports Show That Eradication Work Can Bt Carried on Without Destroying Industry. The Courier Journal Largest Morning Circulation of Any Kentucky Newspaper Enjoys n nation-wid- e proatigc and reputation. It is essentially a newspaper, intent upon giving news matter flr&t consideration. Maintains its own news bureaus at Washington and Frankfort. Member of the Associated Press. With important legislation coming before Congress nnd Kentucky General Assembly in 102'J, The Courier-Journis the daily newspaper you will need. nl (rrnr! &nl bf lh I To Our Friends and Patrons: We wish to announce t that we have acquired the services of Mr. H. J. Highland, who specializes in Auto Painting, Top Recovering, Cushions Rebuilt and Recovered and cheerfully recommend his work to all our friends and patrons. Mr. Highland comes to you with the highest recommenda-tion- s and all work intrusted to him will be of the highest type and the charges will be reasonable. We ask all our patrons to call and meet Mr. Highland, who will gladly make you estimates on any job you may be in need pnrtment of Agriculture from lnpec-- : lorn In charge of I lit" cmtllfatlnn work In turlous part of tli country. Tlif lnM-ctwere asked cuppl) In figure on the result of three ir mors tent tin badly illMnt-tiiTfln. those ' that tun not le limn 10 er rent ol reactor on the first ttit. The flrt test on more Minn cattle In these Imil herd showed Hint 'JO per rent Imil tuberculosis. Another If I l month Inter on the same herd from which the reactor lint been removed, showed only (10 per tnt ol the tllseiie. Hy another nix month tht! percentage lint gone down to J.H. A fourth tent on more limn ol these rnttle showed only 1A icr rent of tuberculoid. The re(orti from which these figure were taken fchow that under u-rnoniml condition herd hatll) mny he ctiihllhcd ii rein- tlx ) free In a short time. They nlxi show thnt eradication work can he rnrripil on without destroying the l cuttle Industry n sometimes diM-ase- That testing cattle for tuberculosis tin- - cleaning up of Infected henb are hit vine a eriuanrnt effect In re-- , (luring tlu extent of the disease Ii shown conrliHvcly hy figure recentl) collected by the United State Ue- - Ailcultr.) Unltr.l Miln IXptrlm.nl ; By special arrangements we are now able to offer L THE DAILY COURIER-JOURNA- AN'D THE J We CENTRAL RECORD Both One Year by Mail, S ? ) This hut only olTcr For Only '.o people $6.00 start at a later date, nnd applies to renewal at well as new subscriptions, living In Kentucky, Tennessee or Indiana. Ti New subscriptions may, if desired, 2 3 A renewals will date from expiration of present ones. H vou prefer an evening newspaper, you may substitute The Louisville Times for The Courier-Journa- l. Send or bring your orders to the office of of. M CENTRAL RECORD HASELDEN BIS., daughter, ZaJa Hjrl were vmtor m Danv.lle Sunday Mr Sim liay u slowly improving. Mr Alfred an.' mih, Cnlvm vmted Mr, John Atkins, of Mr, Caleb Johntun . been Wednetlay. g rc?tvrt in MadWon Ms Mary Poynter, of Lincaln, wa Mil Ohva Prelum pnt last of Mr. Uie curat the pat week-WRwith Mr. Ike Dunrari at Coy. rMI-rr- s 'and Mrt. Alfred Poynter. Mr and Mm. I'retn and Matter Karl. Hill and Jay Hakur spent Sunday with Mr awl Mr. returned home Sunday frtwi a vi.lt i Hay SI in Hennie Moteatr, of Paint Ucfc 'with Somerset relative. . .. . speta Little MU I.mUi (JlikTi: e pleasant KUMt of her TJwrjMsay snst with her KramLpar-eHt- i. rs Walker Hurdctto. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Smith. Matter Holman J. McMtllion spent week-en- . I with hi, Mi SalMe Mite Crave spont tho randporent, ie with her lster, Mr. tr and Mrs. John Kay. pat ueek-en- d Mr ami Mrt. Goebe' Mallard, of IttUmnn Ilrown ami Mr. Drawn. ir,,antville, ore vititintf her par- Misto Nolie and Lucy Turner were of thdr cousins, Sunday visitor erti. Mr. ami Mr. Knm Hay. Mr anI Mr. Henry Ray and chil- - MIm Mollie and Hthel Harnes. then wen? guest of her parent, Mr. .Mrs. Hoy Prathur an ) win, Colli and Mr Jim Simpson Sunday. O'Neal viMtwl Mrs. Marshal Preston Mr. and Mrt. Speed Sherrow, of of Mc Creary Wednesday afternoon. ,Mt. Hebron, were visitor of Mrt. We wnt tu ell you a new buircy Lewis Simpson Saturday and Sunday. for eaih or note. Price right. There will be n pie supper at Plea. It..pd. W. I). Pryer nnd Ct). tint Hill on Saturday night, June 17, l, Mr. Jame V'ntl ami ton, to repair the church and buy carpet. were in D.invlJIe vttitini: the Kvcryone plenic come and bring pie ur anything good to oat tntl help with past week, KUett of Mr. and Mr. J. II. Adams. thl Kood cauir. Mr. Carrie l;ividon Mr. ami Mr. Mr. Walker Iiurdette'a pen of buiT leehorn of 24 hcn.i ha broke (Suy Davitlton and two sun, of I.nnI caster, wore Sunday visitor of Mr. the record for laying. She has sold and set HO rettliiK lnce March 1st., jand Mr. W. T. Sutton. .Mr. ami .Mr, llaymonn turner are and several ckks have been put in receiving oongrntulation over the armarket beside, rival of a little daughter, born June 1st., named Delori Allene. GUY. Mr. and Mrs. Harry I). Hlce were six o'clock dinner guest Friday of Mr. Wm, Scott vtltrd .Mrs. Wni. Mr. Carrie Davidson and Mr, and Mrs. L. C. Pavidion, of Uncastcr. Scott Wednesday. Dr. Pryor, Veterinarian. Mr. ami Mr. Milton Ward, Messr. Phone 1C8, Lancaster, Ky. Tom und (Srover Ward Mr. C. it. children, Jume Mil- Mr. and Mr. Henry Tuttle spent Henry nnd two ton and Louise, spent Sunday with Sunday with Mr. nnd Mr. Joe Turn. Mr. and Mr. W. (5. Clark. r. Mr. and Mr. John Pnthur had for; Mrs. William Sutton wan a visitor Mr. and Mrs. Tuesday afternoon of Mr. Harry I), their visitor Sunday Wni, Lane and little on, Mr. Carl Klce. Pendleton and baby, Mie Flonnle Mrt. Mattie Wiley, of Paint Lick, Mae and Savannah I.uno. it vWtinK Mr. and Mra. Gcorge One of the most delightfi'l event 5 Ilrown. of thu season wa the social the past Mr. and Mr. Porter Pruitt were Thurday afternoon at the home of recent visitor of Mr. and Mr. Hoy Mr. and Mrs. Kdd Arnold. The fol. leather. lowing accepted their hospitality: J MIm Ijivirne Whittnktr was the MIsiei Marie and Hthel llarnen kstuest Sunday of Mlsnet Marie and Whlttaker, OlaJyt dumber Thclma Clark. and charming visitor, of Tejia. Picture were taken and mate play- PLEASANT HILL -I I tr, Her-che- This One a Singer. Fox Farming Growing Industry. kinglet has The Although hardly known n decade i .tli! ue much In the way of n song. ago. fov farming Is a grim in; Industry ns the American '"orrstry Magazine, in this country, with HM i ir..(W ' n the hit a beautiful ller foxes tielng rnlMtl in ititllty. if most purprlrlng power for so i i.. thought, Krratlc ri'ult were ohtnlned er a very few of the 1SS2 herd tested hi. Ml u bird and, uhtle singing, the Nothing New. unite often elutatcx hi ruby crown containing te the list of this cla .Varnitlve In prehistoric manuscripts thnn Hl. Out of the lt,0tS herds, patch. recently uiiear'.ied III tJreece are of under th'rvntlon December 1, little Interest. Mint of us huxe heard Pirate Dees. there were only n very few that hud r Kpeeehe. not shown "atlsfnrtory Improvement f Ilnndlt r wild hee Invade the tame them all In Jame .1. Montague. hire Oruy Hnrtior. Wnh, a n result of toMlng. I ('"ciiim'vm C.J ai ail present enjoys and teal and carry away the honey o tie fullest. to their hliet In the foret. Morn Lines to Be Remembered. PREVENT ANIMAL l of the domeotlc honey DISEASES tli n n Whatever the number of a man's gathered In tlil dlstrirt ha been friend, there will he ttrie In hi life By Taking Proper Precautionary stolen hy the nvtilx-- r htvs. The wild when he lun one too few; hut If he Oil's make their home In hollow tu. only one etirny he N lurky Measures Many Ailment Could n It is not well trunk and cedar tree, where several if he has nut one too many. Be Thwarted. To say farewell warm work on n community luisls. nnl l.ytton. To such rose dMwered day Mnny of the dlfafK suffered by' HopWns ville; live As ue have known In stock on the farm could be d So Au Hevwir, for tlli by iroer precautlnnnry meaThe thrill sure, accordlne to Dr. Hubert (irnliinu of the University of Illinois. Nearly-al- l Of such a welcome will OUenM- - to which animals succumb' Ob with u hmu and benutlfy are prpentuble, he declares, und the cowing May. In other ynr the uret way to keep your nnlmali So it U just "Goodbye " healthy Is In adopt urh health meat-nrwell met! Hall, and aa will pretent them from town, for w-- rtrgret Dour hi4te sick. That ever must ueh nuittous be. SUBSCRIBE FOR YOUR HOME PAPER The ronttnunu use of old feed lots We hope to meet year after year without regard to roAgain and greet tation I one way to spread disease. Kncli clns of live stock has Its own, Kach hopitabl heart Who.-- phMtsure 'twas to lead a p.irt lecullar ailment, which muy U' lurcely ellmlnntcd hy the rotation ol To make up the unemUe tine like feed lot, Of charm and graciousnott Kei yourself totet a to wliat disthine AND ease tire tirevalent In your nelehtior-- . llapkinsvillel Iirxid, und then do everything In your, And now we crown power to keep your own live stock A lster town from getting them. Qaeen of this May So today FEEDS FOR WORKING HORSES GARAGE It Any of These Cows riavt luotr. culosls the Hogs Following Them Are Certain to Get the Disease. golden-crowne- d rtihy-rnmne- d after-dlliiie- m-n- 1 one-thln- Vale! In-Ii- pre-ente- $6.00 Pays for Both THE eel-tin- e CENTRAL RECORD THE LOUISVILLE HERALD That crown divine Hot on the hoctd of llopkin-tllo- . 11a Karle Fowler. poem ' The above ehnrnilng Mature Animals Require Starchy Carbonaceous Rations to Furnish Needed Fuel. or Kentucky's Greatest Newspaper the lontimont which all the delegate. to the Kentucky State Federation of Women' clubs feel toward Hopkinsvill the since convention there last week. s It U copied front the "Dally Jots" column of the HopklnsviUe New Era which the editor, Mr. T. C. Underwood, conduct so cleverly and the following i what ho said in the nmu column for his own goedbyei "Kentucky Club Women. "Goodbye ladies; we njoyed your vl.it to llopkinsville, and we hope you will come back to see u often, Individually ami also a a federated body. What we liked about you, quite a much as your earnest determination to make life better and happier in the commonwealth, was your tweet womanliness your lovely look and your unmannith frills and furbelows. Kentucky club Women, thank the Rood Lard are not e men," self-mad- growing animal or dulry cow. Mature horse need starchy or carlion-flfiufeed to furnish fuel rather than large amount of protein. For thl teuMn corn und tlinnthy buy may In fed more liberally than such protein finis uk wheat and alfalfa. Out ftrnlli most of the protein needed, and a good rule for fettling u horse doing moderute work I given a one pounds of hay and and pound of grain to each hundred ound of wheat, but horse at hard work are Mimctlme given a pound of much a one and grain. one-fourt- h three-fourlh- a one-fourt- h The character of feed required by horse that are working I quite different from that required by young You Should Read The Louisville Herald A metropolitan daily paper that contains a complete telcKram and cable service covering the world. State news from correspondents in all parts of Kentucky. The Herald's local service irives all the news of Louisville nnd suburbs. Society, Financial, Market and Sport pages, are in charge of the most reliable authorities on these special subjects. PASTURE IS PIG ESSENTIAL Does it mean anything to you to be supplied with a daily newspaper that interests every member of the family? Then it is the Louisville Herald you want in addition to your local paper. Rape, Alfalfa and Clover Are Bone and Muscle Building Feed and Cheapen Gains. If you also desire the Sunday Herald add $2.50 to your remittance. Order your subscription through THE CENTRAL RECORD LANCASTER, , Lav-er- ne Pasture la of to Proof conclusive that they are all bent development counie vitallluH', the alof pig. looking our way Met In the fact that falfa or 1 over hould be available Swiss cheese made In the United to the xprltig pig. UK thfke foruge States has a ready' sale In t'eiituln much bone und niuscle-htilld- Ijic feed, ami they help to cheaiieu Culm, KY. 'fr '.VuJ mi Am Only $ 1 IIS Down Delivers any Grafonola to Your Home f Tomorrow is the Last Day of Sale Consider these five big features of this special sale THEN ACT Hl 1 I 'I II Reduced Prices. Savings up to $100. 2 Easy Payments to suit your convenience. 3 New Merchandise fresh from packing cases. ip III 4 Typ-H- -2 1' IWas ?Now - in 6 Finishes. A wide variety to suit you. 34 Models $165 140 If Trp. rwiis Now - F-- 2 Saving $25 5 You owe it to yourself to buy NOW. $140 I loo Saving $40 " I rl m COLUMBIA GRAFONOLA The Modern Instrument Here is the Offer You simply select the style and finish that will look well in your home, make the first payment, an4 pay the remainder in convenient installments. This is your final opportunity. ACT TODAY. Modern Features Found only in the Columbia Grafonola Stream1 Beautiful Columbiaharmonize line Cabineti to with living-roo- -- I -- Was - $32.50 Now 30.00 Wus Now - - $75 60 Saving $2.50 Saving $15 t furniture. ItH v 2 Special Columbia Reproducer which mokes the heart of the instru-men- t, the music sound human. 3 Patented Tone Leaves to control the volume, soft or loud, to suit your desires. Mil Typ-E--2 J Was n ii i r Wua - - $225 Now - - 150 Now - $125' 85 4 Columbia Amplifier Designed Tone giving the rich, mellow, pure Columbia tone. Now - 12 Saving $40 Saving $25 ii Saving $75 Look at these reduced prices! Consider the big CASH SAVINGS 34 Models in 6 Different Finishes Saving $100 Hundreds have bought this way. NOW IS YOUR CHANCE McRoberts Drug Store LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. The Central Record, Lancaster Ky; Thursday, June 8, 1922. Capital $50,000.00 Surplus $60,000.00 Honor Roll Bank. 4 per cent paid on time posits. Call and ace ui. J. J. Walker, President. W. F. Champ, V. O. Itlgney, Asi't. to the Preilde nt. L, (5. Davidson, Caihlcr. Gill, Assistant Cashier. J, W, F, Miller, Assistant Cashier. Mr Nat ml Hamilton, Teller. t. THE INTERVIEW deBy AGNES GRAHAM cirr-ai- , P BROQAN THE 3 HXCKXUCOOX.0Ck0XOOO0OOO ) lilt. Hum, mi i CITIZENS NATIONAL LANCASTER, KY BANK, I i 5 Velet Cottier Public Square and DonvilleSt'reet. not) hctp IB !( tolume. suppleness ami range of utterance, tiut the ijuaMy change hut llltlr It at all. New- York Medbul Journal. - Perrisnept'y Changed. Fur Sesls In the Pacific If the qualm if il tuiif does not The fur seals which make thHr home change rt. with Die jrnra, on the I'rllMl-i- l isluiid. ,i barren group neither fan it h changed to any tn tlii- - ItrrtHC m. ipp.-M- r from the print rctrtit h) any vnml gymnastics. Islamla ui U.r l.etrlnnll g ..f I In-- winter, Nuini-nare Hie "methods"' ami anil HinmtlM Ul il.ni urn .cat. -systctas' lrMitil wlili till end In trretl nlKvNt tli water of the Nurtli Jew. Inji ibe .i mtlli. rjreat sing- Pacific. Some "t l beta ncrr lentc ers air mm ! marie. Quite true, I 111' icy Mholtt Ala.ka (nit other training mi; (though flrii It does venture tar smith j. the rHt - of S Ntr r California. Hilt they nmy be, when aa:tig tfiue n.llnct lends Ibem buck to (lie ili"M itc little wlH-reteIs-t- il. POPULAR EXCURSlOa CINCINNATI SUNDAY, June ROUNO TRIP FARE i lth.1922 FROM DANVILLE CilO P. M. CtttrslTiae) la A(al (Jcriildliiu Humphreys May lutil been helpful ,.i promoting child welfare. inMiiut i.j lia leagues nml working tirelessly in tin- - lower part of grout cities li.t l.cr name iliit not become famuli uii Mother-To-B- e, ttl flu-- Imii, wrlltc stories o. tarlous small (or 'Kit subjects. There was alxiut (or .lullii- Mil stories the ctmnil nf s.n twlljr. tin,' could ulliimt Ml' tin Hero la a wonderful mpfsaco to till Hooding ejes df Puiillne Truvlkl ! mother. Trom this moriiul ili trtisltf niory of tin- - dilliln ment mi, cast from your mind all lift', inn) on.' oiuld In u eh iurr tli dread and fear, anil fnl every flay a of Tiny Tony Miiimotio. the. liy that creit tiirnlilliii' llmiilirc) itny win n frommnntha roll tho auHerln;freedom much of rrhlch titliil to i,r fmiw. Hut ot expectant nothcrs thousand imii found lifr n illitlcult itimpii In Hie unnecessarily. And i?hen tho iHnn.'f nf mien c'lul wmiim all Little Ono arrlrct, you can Into that omt tin' rountry ri' rlniiiorliis In moment moro freo from aurferlnc than An cml-neliinr tliU ntimn'a on you haro perhaps Imagine physician, expert In thla science, i riain titni iUi'tioii, uiixIoum to shown lh0, way. It w.a8 liu who lirr to know MMm tlilns of rI tho sreat remedy, tH.r,iiiiti.. ....... mi '"Mother'a rrlcnd." Mra. C. J. lltn M"V'' man, cllncl in iHiMulml In scranton, ra., aaya: ili'tmnlnwlly ull Biiililtli.u . nna tiiiri i ri'MirtiTK I tifurHT ami n mi an.l tlin dt,ir nr iirinnr rniwrrn i llif Ami Ifcnux- of ttitIn till' tllllly Hi t hut with my '? ln;l"i'nl.aw.l Ullir' i tmm Hid una inon tlniii uiuloiu to Ilinl.e4, .n.l l nur.. n. lime fa trl a. ilorlar lifMiw!.! Hint (imiiiii'it. n It I n to waaa'l wrr .III. only about tru or fend Hill Hampton out for Hit- tier tlllrrn inlnolc- " ' " M'r ,ry;, "Mother'a Friend- - U applied extern. Hi- - Jut lila Intenlew mid I ally to tbo abdomen, hack and hlpa. cot It. llknl Hill. "Tin-- , It aids tho muscles tnd tlisuca to ex. I lltli Hrim," u Hit- - oftlcr force easily. K penctratea quickly. t rand inciy reierreii to tlie illlllcult Imly. hik It contains no narcotlca or harmful flru&s. it Is safe I'l- - iiioppliit: nt n Tbero la no substiktiimri to Avoid useless creases tome-time- s Inn on tin- - llmlaon. Hilt tute. Winn recommended by... tho unknow- ri'niluil the ndjolnlnc vlllnee he Ir .. . .. T.J rneuu is- ioiu .Dy V1" . H.tll I..nni.,l tlu.t Ml.. Mr .....l I...P ..I i orugg sis overywnero. nemideit an nt the r of . the .m iwnK Mimiir IihIc... nnd that , lii-rJI lln SIiiv mlrhl Im. woti i ""T Wl . UKuUkc lua47, every inornlHC walklns In the UkU. Li. ln-while nleee camped on a hli-l- i imrden unll nml watrhnl for inn rested nml remarkably Lexington Herald In-- . ' undon-laiidliigl- Read This cirtont Centrnl Kentucky's reat morning' newspnper, desires to call to the attontion of the people of Lancaster and surroundint; territory that there is n specinl mick run for tho bonofit of its subscribers and paper caches you in early morning hours. The price of The Lexington Herald by mail for one year, -- cuil ii('iikit DAILY AND SUDAY IS $7.50; DAILY ONLY FOR ONE YEAR IS $6.00 !.. tli-ii- 1 The Herald is delivered by carrier to your home at a most moderate rate. SUBSCRIBE NOW! M Aa hnrdly - l. 2" rt t ll rl.l " .lr ' Ji ! 1 ' r car-iIimi- iiM "ri,,?.."-'..- ' McROBERTS .''fiS '. Ui-il- r DRUG STORE Special Train f)U!ni $2.00 La Danville 6i00 A. M. Raturnlnc Special Train Leawt Cincinnati lalwaMlmt apM nJil Two Dogmas, Both Bad. The Fox In Jspan. tn Jattiea mytliolouy the fox Is Education aa well as religion has Imiti first Its doctnss, and they are eijunlljr repreniiteil aa lin,lne lo I tit Ibis world at the ilinccnl of the Winston Churchill, dancerous, and ett-now a fox Is Sun North American Iterlew. reMnlil by the tiunMi-- cla- - as a Niraarncer fntn lieavvll. Wert Pretty Well Advanced. Chratlni; contractors and crookiil (Jnclnl ii f SuiHi'rian Brief and Comprehensive. clvllliatlon In Mi'flpotnHiin .VUl jeara ac Hen Dlerka baa an epre neency were tried briefly and thrown Into the rUcr, nnd trnnnfir busini'ia tn n Iliac In Sonoma county, California, Brrorilinir to llecently wirntldc dlsrov-trteAmonc other thine, tlu-- had he detailed one of his teamiiri) with I'rnn-cIman rlalMirate banklns syntcm. with a a wueen and pulr to take a mun and wife t thWr country n.erte hank ci'iuiwrahte to our own of toki). a mii ).tem with n par place n few iiiIIi'k out of town. The by the teuinster, bill, a km branch and rlrculatlnc which distributed clay tablet read' "Haul urip. irnb, nod Hiple, M book. ih' hour, ll rii' ;)). trn S-- ii il Vir II V Some people live well on little money and nourishment arc fully retained. That's the whole 6ecrct. No wcll'tnfcrmcd houscifc,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 eating a pleasure and it would have less of the nourishing quality which your children From now on, ice should be taken regit; larly. It actually saves money. food, how to know how THEY it and how toto buy so that flavor keep it BASTIN BROTHERS MEMBER NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OFlCE INDUSTRIES rUderd to Punry, Full WHxK. QjoJ Scnias I This piSNv & I upr. one of Iur after-nis More than or about walk nml iiMeatnr to win her 80 per cent of all the heep that go W. B. DICKERS0N W. 0. RIGNEY "irr to Intervale for him. Ml I Jerry May uAially shhi her afternnnna with to market are lambs, mtrket receipt book or siwlns on n Niich trit! Kl show. Demands of the sonsuminc back from the road. So Hill Hamtoli public for small, juicy cut which canfound her. Aa he was always frnnk In not be obtained from older sheep and hla nil IhiMla, he pr'entd to her til" the fact that sheep return larger prof-It- s cant with I'tplaiiatlcin. when marketed as lambs are point- -' Hut she h(Mik her head 'at hi III. "It's ed out by L. J. Horlacher, in charge1 no she sabl, "Jllm May could not of aheep work nt the Co'lcge of Acri-- I he p4rsuaded to Mv )ou. Shu will not talk for publlcutlon. Shu Is busy mini culture, as the two main remons for Oflke'Phone 18. Residence Phone 33. of tho time now with her new book of this condition. "The must profitable Iamb i the stories. I don't blame her for not one which roache marketable weight wiiIitlriK to be iMitht-rn- . "Hut you mv." ctplalnei Hilly do at an early age and requires a mini- - ' fully he had wated hlmsrlf at Mls mum amount of feed The most h tlrrry'a sid- e- 'this thing would mean Lopular weight for lambs is abort 80 a big scoop for me rtim i m u i ,,oun,f although ly in the present fame tio. by wnr of advancement In those weighing around Liner Carrlea Fish In Tanka. I suro do work hanl for season Oldest Biblical Versions. invbulne. The four oldiM vcMotn of the Hlble that. And If your nunt refuses to we pounds topped the market. As n On one of the big tourist steamships rule, no lamb weighing less, leaving New York for a Mediterranean are the Aqulla, Symuiiui-hu- , Thcodo-Iame. couldn't you b us n sort of In (Jreek, and the IVst.ttta In terpreier get her to tell you her than CO pounds will brimr n top price, rrulse. IHe nth were carried In tanks Syrlac. le nnd all that." "Quality and breeding are con- - f,,r consumption on the liner dining-Jerrlaid down her sewing and ! ttnuing to command a nremium on ,u,,l," Immune. considered the eager jet humble young ' r markets. Kxperimentnl work at Once there was a conductor who Biographer's Chief Task. mall before her. p, i tttM. "One of the most delicate secrets of srai not satisfied with hi wages, and "1iy- - he asked slowly, -- would ha shown that lnmbs biography,- - says (Jnmullel Hradford, left. The next day, while looking fur It be. as you My, a great soa'p fur inent Station you? Would It really help you out In alreil by pure bred rams not only In his -- American Portraits. IST.VH.s." a Job, he happened to step on the third weigh more a head when live months "Is the distinction your profelon?' between gossip rail. Did he get killed) No. He was Science and Inven- nonconductor. old than those sired by scrub rams and pijchologlcHl and spiritual truth. Hill seized his advantage. "Your omit tins always been char but also that they ell for an average i!oi.lp. the mere uiiiimulntlun of i'l"n Magazine. itably Inclined- ,- he suggetted. "I a lit of 50 cents more n 101 pounds be- - ,. Iqm.nl hut Irreb. t lri.ills. may Little Imitator, sun- the out lauy lias n kind henrt. cau. 0f their type and ouality Af- - Mlmulnte curiosity but It mtlnte and ;,rl of "ve laliva wearies In the nd. Hut even Inslg- line i ..... no, evnc.y on ,..e ,fc MJ, f j, marklu be touches, trilling iim-n- a. ...... , ,.-- , brief i,,le hmv wa luuc" I'l'l'ressed with I.. .ltt' , That evening while tier - Hill pnuseil, then Ida eyes light- gin to discrimniate again.U bucky words that throw open a wide window tUo ventriloquist. ened In ntitli'linthii. "It certainly lambs, the loss on these having been upon the soul are luexKi. nldy fascl- - taDS hvr Pra'?r ''e asked Cod to nnu sitiers nnu It is the ""Kr. "tr would b u big thing for me- ,- he paid. ns much n $4 a hundred pounds in nuting to tbu true an. M then after -r Isa Kssfsfl. i tn make her a good girl i. this year, tiraltkJSP Itlktr iif til III. Well, go on wIWi jour questions.- - some instance already ,p WM l"'arJ u ar. ''rIff 1au meat from buck lambs Is coarser rate gosslii from the if.r.., ; at really ia she Invited, "I'll take ii chantv on voce "All right ti.tto swerlng- land less palatable than that from 'ount.- His glance was grateful but dlmip-- 1 weather and ewe lambs lN.lnt.-d- . He Imted to hurt the feel-"Under average condition, lamb ,ngs of t ,1a obliging Ittle creature. for thtf matl.M ,houIl bt. cub, MmM w',n"ln but (Jerry , lnteriretntlou of her '"' tur.,1 aunt', views would, he rwlliH. ,?W at", v atlon farm show that during the wurrvly measure up to the reputation I hot. summer months they make little of that uuiuuiil woman. -Couldn't you," he stammered, -- get or no gain during the fall months j'Cj I pat ..... .t... ..... u.... ..... ...lt. i IT Jim infill iiiv 'II lilt nri in ....ii.. oui iim- niv vainer i.. .t... PI'UIUII .nut' n stHlement ready for publication)" i an additional factor in favor of The nleeo's eje met Ids, brown ejea, selling the lambs immediately after milly reiroachful, then suddenly weaning. iS To allow a child to become extravagant, no mat- laughing eyes with golden lights In "Large number of ewis arc ruined I heir depths. Hill's heart tlultered ter how well-of- f the parents may be, is to seriously for breeding purpose each year by and the iluiterlng was not ct all ; interfere with the development of its character. The girl liiticlied mid then caking of their udders at weaning Extravagance breeds idleness and a lack of up- - j Hill laughed too; n Inugh of pure en time. Placing them on dry feed or Jojmeiit In life and Ids surroundings, sparse pasture to check 'he milk tlow ; prcciation of values. A pampered and ovcr-induln lrappy liiuvli In the eompanlonship nml milking the udders out two or ed child can never really experience those joys and j I hi witching girl. wIiom fathomleos three times to prevent congestion will of j eyes hold and thrilled him strangely pleasure' !.. r.i he birthright of childhood. help prevent this. Ewe usually are "No," the girl answered his qiies dried up from four to six weeks beHon. "I uiulil. not get Miss May Ii, out a statement for publican. m fore the beginning of the next breedwtlte for )ou see. It's mui'li cutler to talk ing season." I. myself. Itupix'ii to he that hunted In Kurdistan. down writer. And as you kindly In Kurdistan hate to be Wive being aUn n charitably lucllneil mid kind hearted old lady, I will help bought. Several thousand dollar will be paid for a damsel of high birth and you with jour sciNqi- .tttractlve appearance, nnd her father ltlll Himiptoii stand. -Hut," he began, then hulteil Incred will usually expect to m given. In ad- - j dltlon, a pony and some costly change ulouslj--. "Aunt Cerublliie Humphreys May af raiment. for whom I am named," (Jerry imtlent-lSurgeon to Dlrds. explJilluil, HcbnTones me about Miss Virginia I'npe. surgeon to wlnrexir I go; ami I can talk upon the subject of child H birds. Intended tn lie hii srllM when 4 PER CENT ON TIME AND SAVINGS she started out In life, hhe became fnre. she udded, -- being vitally Inter Interested In bird, white selling preested." pared bird food In order lo mulntuln So Hill confusedly got out his mi herself while Art was stilt u beckoning ' ell. -gel the high brow," tin Muse, with nothing suUtantial, from Did jou boys ul the oltlre asked him, but l.i a financial standpoint. In her luring LANCASTER, KY. palm. The birds were so fascinating did not I loo r tbelr question. He was We sell travelers Cheques, which are good in that Miss Pope decided In dctote her-- , wondering how he would bo able ti the United States and all foreign countries. get his wtirk nut of the way tomor- ulf to feathered friends and let Art row III order tu catch the lb'UI out tc drift on over the mouniHln. Ex change. x Hudson .View Inn. three-fourth- the npiriKtrh of n stranger. th nleee referretl In ns " Jrrry," would slip dmn from the wall to etve her nunt wamlne t n tlrr. Hill Inti'inliil to unjlny the nlecr I (toil Lambs Make Up 80 Per Cent of Market Sheep Its mnrk on It. so hnrdly nny rending and wouldn't notice him Hark I enn IntiTi-n clilld, wlthnut cuntrlhut-ln- c What's that! It's Jack hnnklne his In wimp drcree. ttmuith the iok lulo horn for me to come out. Excuse llaelf ! nfterwiird totally fnrcotten. me, denr, I trust so. to form the U hntely. Freak Phrij;. Architect o His Own Fartuna. At the club the oiii.-- r einilng the The proerb "Eer.v man Is the conversation turned io imllmlromea. archllect of o.mi fortune." Is found words nnd plim-i-- o the "btili In tmxi modem lniimiji'. According r plmt it Ihu beginsmile wlii'ltn-to S.illi;.. It'iiiiiii the ning or nt tlie 'iNl. i on- member rehlstnrliin. ptini'e i rU'iiii.I'd vvltlr Applun Clnildlus marked that tin- - Ih'.--i .nlmroine he Caieu. win. In' d tin- - oTlce of crusT had eer ii'f Uf boi It In :ilJ It. A ie lory Inter I'luiltas. waa ;i (nTfeclly natural sequence of .1 I, M. n ""i.m-ip........1 oui " woriN In uti ndtertlpuiiieiit vvus a mIm- - imii la the "i.iVcr of hla own for l.'li uhlrli npiMiiit in a ilrtis-stortune, iit.d. ir.l he Is ;i buucllns wlndoi. iimny .i'o. It was at workman Imie i:m him which a tin. ! wiien Ittil ItiHit nii H'pular aa he would to cluuicu." Another n i':rn'lve agent and the p.illndromlc form la. "II, rbnrncter Is the sign mn: -- lied IbN.t put Cp to Or. arbiter of , vmn-'- fortune. der." Itoaton Tniifi rlpt. Consistency. Character Formed by Raadlng. Hetty "The Idea of Hh whlMllnj anythlne enn nccldrntally much the oft clny without Mumping to ntlrnct my nttintlnn; I felt Insult-- 1 .pl - r i hp-.t- ii' . a p on W. 0. RIGNEV & CO. u," Funeral Oirectors and Embalmers Lancaster, . Kentucky. i' n. J y K.,,ni ij,im,i i - , ""' -- ""'ers a e r n0' i ARE YOUR ; niiiii-iiieii- CHILDREN EXTRAVAGANT? itj i j j , g- sug-get- , Wive-expensi- Intel-llgenl- , S. The Garrard Bank & Trust Go . The Central Record, Lancaster, OFFER $700,000 STOCK IN POOL SUBSIDIARIES Growers Will lie Given The First Chance to Subscrlbo Nearly 800 More Contracts ReceiYed At Burley Headquarters r KyM Thursday June 8. 1922 WASH ALL MILK CANS AS SOON AS EMPTIED Most kr kUCUt. MVfplr Sjnilltkl. The world looltil bright nnd rosy to John PntttTxMi. It wns hU thirtieth wedding birthday nnil lit nnd he had Just receUul a rubstnntlal Increav In salary. He could hardly wutt to tell Mary the good news. lie hurrlett home only tn Unit the npartment deserted. The tiny kitchen ette, however, sliourtl that evrrj thing wus In readiness for u hurried nseem-tilinof the dinner on her return. Hp wnntletvtl aimlessly unit fcrlbml) unmnd. He looked al'out for Iht tite he IihiI so often fottnil. explaining her delay, but then was none Tlicrv was, however, n note half concealed under some hilt, which he took out and read tiifchnnlctilly, until the full Import of It rearhttt lit tit llbe n nlmrp Mali. Hi eager happiness was changed to acute suffering. He rend: "Ivurt-s- t Jim Your letter arrlvttl lid morning and bus made me glorl-ously happy. It hits lain next t my' herrt nit ttay and through the monot-- l anil' onous dishwashing, sweeping dusting of my lire tin run the womtt-r-fu- l melody of jttir loe. It ha made me very hnppy, and It will make roe. very happy nit through the years tt come to know that joii lore me, even though the knowledge- of your Ime Is all I have, for I can never have the reality. We must renounce " He read tn the end nnd then with n t heart as heavy as he pncvi! the floor. "Why John, what's the matter? You look ns If the bottom had dropped out of the universe." He was startled nt her unexpected presence. He had not heard her come, ti. 1IJX, g 1 - ClaniM No Ctlurnw Dealers Have Appliances for Cleaning Utensils. RATtSt Single insertions 1c a word ad taken for less than 20c in this column. No ads In this column charged. Seven Insertions for the S price of five. Phone orders mutt be psid 3 prompt!) amotion ytaixioooexixxjcxumo'ym Hotels, Rtstaurants and Others Buy-In- g Milk In WhoUsals Quantities Ar Particular In Qlvlnfl AU tsntlon to Centalnsr. llsltxi trrsrr4 tr thI Allclli liti the , IKvsrtmt! ' ; : ij ThcHavdware Twin will b her v3sa i Each Week-- j are going to tee Tige and Tige in this paper each week, becauie they are going to be in this paper and you cannot glance at the page they are on, without seeing them, and remembering what Yes, you they do, and looking forward to what they will do next week. We buy Space in this paper to tell you who we are, where we are, what we have and when we have it, because it is the easiest, quickest, least expensive way to talk business to you. It will pay you to read our "ads." Our Hardware Wears 1 WALKER BROS. SALE OF LAND GARRARD CIRCUIT COURT. toyshop) Oh. mother. If you was my III Ho girl wouldn't I tuke you In and buy nome of those lovely things I" Scotsman Some Day. COMMISSIONER'S Little Oirivof Kour (standing en tranced before the gifts In window of Hint. The day wilt come when women will pay no attention to styles In drvs, VS. says an exchange. On that name day Defendant. II the clams wilt come out of the Dottle Ballew, et at, Pursuant to a judgment rendered sands; rear themselves on their hinges at the March Term, IVIZ, the under and bark at the moon. Portland slimed Commissioner will sell at Pub 11c Auction to the highest and best bidder, before the Court Home, Door Shibby Leather Chairs Brightened. When leulher cliulrn lgln to look In Lancaster, Ky., at 11 o clock, A. shabby try this remedy. Wlje all dirt M. or thereabouts, on nd dust from the chairs and then rub MONDAY, JUNE 2Gth 1922. with a cloth that bus heen illpi-- tl Into the real estate mentioned in the white of egg, welt beaten. Itub well pleadings and described as follows: with soft clean cloths when dry and In Garrard County, Ky., and on the the leather will took like new. vaters of Back Creek, and West of the Hvnttsvi e and h rksvlllr and Plants That Catch Cold. Nina pikes, and bounded at follows: That tree. like human beings, are Beginning at a point at the inter liable to catch cold, was a point In a section of Mnn pike, with tne paper on The Relation of Soil to Plant Kirksville pike; Growth." read In England at the SurHyattsviile and thence with the center of Hyatts. veyors' Institution. "Plants respond vllle and Kirksville pike S. CO, W. to changes In environment." said the G.33 chains to a paint on the west edge of pike, opposite a gate, S. nitlio. 43 Vi, W. 7 chains to a point on West Concerning Flocr Coverings. side of pike, S. 94, W. 0.34 chains I'lmiM ure not only pnrt of the backto a point in center of pike, corner ground of (tie room along ultti the to the lands of Wiley Prewitt; thence wall and ceiling, but itu) ulso fi.riti with his line fence N. 83, W. 1C.70 chains to a stone, Prewitt's corner the foundation of thi- whole the tioor and in Walker Logan' line: thence scheme. Then-forwith Logan's line N. 22, E. 7.04 niuit necessarily l; tiurkrr In col r chains to angle in stone fence, N. than the wnl!. otlcrwlM- - iliey will 21 H, W. 11.40 chains to a stone in poll the entire proportion f lite room Logan's line, corner to Carl Prewitt; by the effect of ItiMutiillty prtMlurcd- hackberry pointer; thence with E. 8.30 Putting Asunder. Prewitt's lines. N. 82 chains to a white walnut, N. 25, E. The late Inl llnlsbury wns on one 4.79 chains to a post on North side occasion niMreiuliig n gathering of of a drain, N. 84 IS, E. 1.18 chain li'Dil conferee. The subject uus to a mulberry, S. 80. E. 7 chains to "Matrimonial Lnw," nnd much Intuit, an ash stumn and Ivnn. N. 70, E. ter tvulted when ho remlniktl tils 9.28 chains to center of Nina pike; hearers thnt Sydney Smith thence with center of Nina pike. S.1 tlmt "frvquentl) It U Hint on"e wrotes those 8, E. 12.47 chains to the beginning,! whom ChI linlh Joined together ' containing 47.00 acres. . Joints nnd son. Being part of the same land con-- 1 In inn trillion-veyed to Bettie D. Ballew by Jane' I'Uilly bolted potatoes luxe pin asunEverybody Pleased by deed dated der." Ballew and other " didn't find a single sorehead on March 23, 1890, recorded In Deed Book 13, page 301, Garrard CounClock With Twenty Dials. the trip," said Director Barker, "We ty Clerk's Office. A clock In Sun Diego, Cnl.. has 20 have arranged for the taking over of The purpose of ald sale is to satis-- , dials, ttnd the lime of day or ulght In almost all the warehou:e and have fy the debt of the Lancaster Cemetery vurlous rts of the world can be seen f'nmn.inv- - of tl fiUO nfl with (nti.riit ' at u cluncc. Tin- - dluls also show the had no difficultly in reaching an from January 10, 1919. until paid.) day of the week und thu (lute. The agreement with the owners as to I actual value, without arbitration. and second to satisfy the debt oz clock, wiiicti Is '.'1 reel high. Is Robert Long for $0,500.00 with inIn plate glass. Tour of the dials have found the warehousemen fair terest ut six per cent from January urc cadi four ret In tllumcttr. It Is nnil entlri xihunri nf nm ilUnmlttnn 1. 1921, until paid, subject to a credit of $3,100.00 of date April 24, 1922,, Jeweled with iKiirmnlliif, tupitz, und to take advantage of the association.' and third, to satisfy the debt of the, juue. Is Illuminated ut night, und winds Wo rather expected that situation, In Lancaster Cemetery of $050.00 with Itself uutoniiitlctilly. asmuch as most of th interest at six per cent per annum men nre tobacco growers and mem Whttlbarrons Climb Stairs. May 0, 1921, until paid, and from One of the sights of the hers of the AsoclaLon." I). Joseph of! lourth, the debt of A. C95.0S with Interest at six per cent city of Chungslm In ( IiImh. it the thl. I. tln.ib stairs. er annum from June 21, 1921, un-- 1 wluvlhurrouk ll paid, and $72.70 with interest1 Some illstmirv tttuitil of the regula'rom January 1, 1922, until paid, and tion vhevl tlicrv Is nnoii.er stmller the estimated cost of this nction one. In climbing over liu.kitiiu nips I amounting to $250.00. or bridges, thu bandit of the, trlietl-barroTERMS. , nre lowcrt I until the auxilThe sale will bo made on a credit iary wheel rises nbove the next high of six and twelve months, and the er step. Thin the wheelbarrow which or lUi pounds. m , Imrchaser will be required to execute often carries approved security, for saws from wheel to t. I:t. . in H' the the purchase price, payable to W. II. uoxt leel stri-lcor II. k stot.es Is llrown, Master Commissioner, due rvuchetl, in itlx and twelve months respectively, with interest at six per cent per "Biddy" Has Long Ptdlgrce. annum from date until paid, having The chicken, common burnyard the forco and effect of a judgment fowl, hits u iMiIIgrt-t- ' tin been upon which execution may issue, and traced back to 700 II. i that when thick-- , a lien will be retained upon the prop- ens were fluttering ni.oiit homes In erty until the purchase money is southern Asia, Ir. Hark Wlsster, The latest flapper to itar'Ie an alpaid. I not iil anthropologist, kijs. Within ready grasping world wears a thimble W. II. llrown, Master Commiscomparatively short time, considering sioner of. Garrard Circuit Court, lack or transportation o signify that und the grvut on her finger In public, G. C. Walker, Att'y. for Plff. he would make a good wife. Next! distance, chickens npmri-- . In AfriRobert Lone Plaintiff, s. t' 3-- 4. ter-iinnI I ' An Issue of seven hundred thousand dollars df preferred stock In the various warehousing corporations subsidiaries of the Hurley Tobacco Association is Growers' being offered this week and next to grower of the district. It is the wish of President James C. Stone and Lie directors of the association that grower be given the firs! opportunity to subscribe for thi stok nnd banks thruout the hurley district will receive ubcriptions. The preparations for Mie lue are t 'in the hands of fiscal agents, James Company, the well known 'C. Wilson I t nnl.v.ll. will, ..111 1..... ..... SIOCK Ull'hCI? VI advertise the issue In nil the newspapers of the Hurley district the coming week. The stock subscriptions I must be In tne nanus oi me ii.cat I agents or of the association by June ISth., n the warehouse properties arc to be taken over as of that date, under the wnrchouse contract signed by the former owner on the one) hand and Director of Warehouses Ralph M. Barker, nctins for the association, on the other The stock, In order to make it attractive even to the smullest grower, will be issued in shnre of $10 par value, thus giving even grower an opportunity to own some of this stock. It will pay S per cent guaranteed dividend, the main aorintion being the guarantor of both principal ntl dividend, and should prove, in the opinion of banker of the district, an attractive investment. Nearly 500 New Contracts Nearly 500 additional contracts were received the past week at the offices of the Field Service Division of the Hurley Tobacco Grower' Cooperative Association, A.lstant Chli'f William Collins reported Saturday. The exact number was 480. Assistant Manager James A. Dixon, of the Huntington, West Virginia, district, said that 187 contract had been signed In that territory. These, however, had not been received nt the offices and, Field Service Division therefore, were not included in the week's report of contracts received. Mr. Dixon, who was in Lexington for a brief visit before returning toi his field of labor, said t'ie association! was gaining rapidly in western West' Virginia and Eastern Ohio and that the campaign had reached a point at which it was deemed advisable to start county organizations. Many of the burley growers of Gallia and l.awrence counties in Ohio, have sign Warehouse intered the contract. est are waging a vigorous warfare on the association but with a purpose so evident that it it having little effect in that territory. Director of Warehouses Ralph M. Barker returned from a week' active work In the field, having finished valuing warehouses over the entire district. The past week he was in southern Uhlo, Including the towns of Ripley, Georgetown, Peebles and West Union, and also visited Brookes- ville, Augusta, Vanceburu and Gray- wme relntlon The tallk ran to the wholesale tnulo as the milk bottle has to Hie retail trade, and It I to sewing apt For washed Just its Important that It t ':eet. being emptied, says Mr. J S. (lead, t.extagtan Imtnetllately aftrr (JM-ithe United .states Iiepnrtment of Ag- Phone 318. Milk dealers tune appliriculture. ances for wsshlng nnd strrllUIng the WANTKl): An InternaUe al 0v-licans, but ltd doM not excuse the Power Hay Haler. Wr.:e, pHsw bujer from rlnlng them before they K call at this office. ufl e llackley HsM Hetween LOST; . Ueturn U ami Nina a drss this office or Fans Agee. cs-at- "' bsL FOK SAl.K: Singer Sewing chine In perfect eemiltie. Mrs. Harry Francis, Pawt IMk, Ky. FOIt SAl.K: Kxeel'.esit Dtstlge Itunabout, wire wheels, rsew eatings also a boy's alle gtssd a new, never UM'd. Apply tC. Oalnes. BJsvisMSHvHssvBjBTsSsHr9 "siBTsTsTsTssjir MIflssssssisssssflsB I.OSTs Wsslnesday afterMon blue serge coat, between the nsldene of St. II. V Knuffman ami Finder kindly return U Uts sffke. Cre-ame- r' (U-pd.- ) In. "Why, I guess I have n slight working rather hard toil y." you are "You poor dear, nnd I half starved, too. Hut I will have dinner ready In n Jiffy." Sht was as kikm! as her wortL . "You KHir tlenr. you're too tlrctt even to cat. I wish you didn't hae to work so hard. I hate to have you slave away at the oltlcc every day Just to earn money for tnp to spend. I do wish I couM help you. Hut I do try to lie economical." 'You're a wonder. Mary. You're ttwi U-- t manager In the world." i He tried to speak naturally. He, must not let Mary suspect he knew her secret' until he had decided what to ! heat)-iichv. Iln fiterllitlno Dairy Utensils Is an Important Factor In Keeping Milk Sweet become sour as a rrsult of the multiplication of bacterU In the film or milk left In the cau. Cans that become foul In this way tire turd to clean when they a r rite at the plant. Intrstlratlona show that hotels, restaurants, bakeries and other places which buy milk In wholesale quanti ties do not alu)s give proper atten tlon to the container. As soon a the cans arv emptied they are placed on the doorstep or Irft In a warm room d.. until col led id by the dealer. They Somehow the dinner was finished ' return to the plant teeming with bacJohn, strangely silent, but his wife as I teria, and tin- - mechanical washers merry and talkative as ever. If she will not clesn and strrtllM They must be noticed hrs silence, she attributed It them thoroughly. to his being tired. soaked, washed by hand with a brush, .... ........ MM,AW.kt. .. ...I and then t to the roacnlne washer. tVYlUM ,.wu wvf . muni tn the Using room he Immediately took Consumers can help a great deal tn ap his evening paper. t making It easier to maintain a safe All that Is needed Is a milk supply "Well, what day Is Itr little care nt the right time, says the The question rut deep. "I don't know," he muttered, from department. tli depths of his paper. "Why, John Patterson, aren't you! PLAN FOR SUMMER SPRAYING ... tt I.O.ST Child's Uhie Sweater between Jat. Italstens and High Sekeel Hullding at Paint Lick, om the ntght of May 23rd. Please return tsi Mrs. Ja. IlalstM. HrmstlUhlng ami pkettag attachment works on any sewing maehine. Price I2.S9 wiUi easily adjusted. OrleaUl Novelty full instructien. Co., Hex 11, Corpus Cariiti, Texas. (It-pd.) FOUND: On the Hyattsviile and Kirksville pike about Mav lth a pair Ownet can have of auto chain. same by proving property and payS K Foley. ing for this notice. (tt.-pJ- .) Lancaster, R. N 1 Walter A. Wood Mower, $05; Wal ter A. Wood Hakes, 134; Walking and Hiding Cultivator, t'J5 and M0; Garden Plows. $3.00; Double Shovels, $4.00; 5 and 14 tooth Cultivator, $!; Porch and Lawn Swings. $2 75 and Hufgy. $0.75. Hinder twine, J. K. Mount & Company $85.00. l'-'cts, a!as 4 20 Cents Per Gallon Good Asphalt Hoofing Paint, alto Motor Oil tn medium and heavy, at 30 to 3Scts. per gallon. These oils nnd paint are worth three timet the price. Come look them over. L. II. Davis, Paint Lick, Ky. (CUt-pd.- ) i i uiuiuai ii jvunvii I No answer. . . "And after I've worked so hard to get you a present that I earned all myself." No answer. "If that's all the Interest ymi take' I'm glad I'm no Eleanor Ilallowell Abbot, anil couldn't afford to buy a sedan for n pretwnt." i Still no nnswer. "Well, dont you want to know what ( I got your "Why. of course. What I In n lackndnMcnt tone. j "Well, It's on the table !oslde you." ' He reached out for n much trlt-lionepackage, with trembling hand, t and started to opon It. "IVflr. I'm really afraid you're going t I to bt sick. You look (ole." "Nonseuse. I'm alt right. Well, this ' Is Just lino. That' my ravorlte ctgar, but I can't nffcnl to smoke them every-day. Oh. I Have n pnrktige for joii, roo." pocket nnd He went out to his returned with a box of chocolates.) Then while he flunked, she iminched chocolutes. "Don't you wunt to know how I enrnttl the money?" Hy it supreme effort he manngetl to. uct nutiinilly. "Yes, of itiiir, und what wn It you said atx.ut Eleunor Ilallowell AM.otr "Why. she's the nuthor or "Molly Make thnt you etijoifd so much," ) "Ami what, may I nk, hat sho to t!o with my cigars?" "Well, one day I wn telling Itilth wUhttl I could enni some money nil my own to buy you n birthday present with, and stu Hiiggextttl that I tdumlit I finally cot fire try writing storh-- . .1.11,1. tli,. Vlirtt 'rrthiirii. frA -i- v.,11 ii.iv ll.,.. ivimi r..p ti.i. I ting wiWrlptlotH?" "No, Ur writing it hue Utter." Mary mny have been siiuewhat ut the strnnge fffeet or this news mi John and ut hi great Joy over tint he never t her "literary plained It. , Mors Cars and Attention Than Work In Winter Necessary Combl-natio- Jav Tim. Summer spraying requires more rare and attention than winter or dormant spraying because- summrr sprays must be applied after the buds or leaves are started and hence when there Is danger of Injuring the foliage. The common spray for the control of chewing Insects Is arsenate of lead, but arsenate of calcium Is gaining In favor. Pari green Is still used to some et tent on Irish potatoes nnd tobacco. Nicotine' sulphate, or tobacco parts, sometimes culled btackleaf, I effecthe ugalnst plant lice. Ilordenux mixture Is an effective spray when ruduccd to summer strength for apples, pears, grapes and other fruits. Hut there are combinations for various fungus tllseusrs and Insect pests that save time nnd trouble and are highly recommended by practical anil gardeners. SOY BEANS AND SUDAN GRASS Combination Rooms For Housekeeping I have for rent two nice room over Mount's Hardware store, Jit- able for light housekeeping. Hooms well ventilated, with city water con W. T. West, Write nection. Howling Green, Ky Itr d Notice All persons indebted to the estate of the late Mrs. Amanda Coy, will present same to me on or before Those indebted to said June ISth. estate will pay the undersigned at once. S. M. Turner, Administrator. (lt.-pd- .) 1 ctt , j 11 Makss Good Feed and Made by Louisville May B Hsndlsd Like Timothy Joint Stock Work Land Well. Land Hank, organixed und operating under the provisions of the Federal Soy beans and sudan grass seeded Fa nn Loan Act. In amounts from together nt corn planting time und $'.',500.00 to $85,000.00. On Im cut for hay when the beans arv In latereit rate, the dough stngit make good feed, nnd proved farm tand. may be bundled miiiio iis timothy. Moist 0 per cent. Term 33 years. Pay black land Is suitable for this use, ments on amortisation plan. No com and some of the nlkull Kut soils may mission to pay be used to advantage for this crop For full information address or mixture. Work the land down well, call on Hays, Atty's Tomlinsoa 12 pounds and sow broadcast about of suduti grass to the acre, then drill In threo tin acre of beans. The drilling will cover the grass sevd. Mammoth Yellow or I lolly rock Mongll via ure good soys. Farm Loans t .) EXCURSION and return SWEET CLOVER FOR PASTURE All Type CINCINNATI, $2.85 L. & N. OHIO $2.85 suwC of Plant Maks More or Leu Hay Btcaus of Undsslrabl Its Coarseness. Further reduction for children. Occasionally some fellow lets out van about it being a "long time between drink." But apparently he is in a class by hlm)lf. ca. Doctor Wlssler s.i)s. Next hey The Lord made the world and all spjMtirvd In Kgypl. aiturtllng to traces t ofthe people therein, and we often found, nnd after thu ibuy scatlerttl until the) were more or wonder if He feels ashamed of some less common throughout the world. ofthe "birds" he produ'ed. Could Do Without Fldo. Mildred couldn't Induce Kldn to route Into the Imum. .Slut culled him iter und over iigttlr; he paid no heed whatever, but unconcernedly trotted off with unotlier dog. Mildred was nhuiited at deeply hurt liml'Mitfril Kldo'H fnttlivip'iirliig tall: "If you'd rather tune Hut old dog for a chum than nice lltllo me. all right I I guest I cull find iil or putnceio;! HoJe tc play with tlun ui. nnyl'iiv'" ' Under most conditions sweet clovei can only be used protlubly as posture. When It U decld.i to use It for HUi Special train will leave Lanbe put on ll purMse, tin- - cuttle returning allowed ofmr pasture until caster 5:39 A. M ami not bo they start to eat It. This will tako s will leave Fourth St. Station, day or two, ufter which they will Cincinnati at 6:30 P, M. Centhrive oti It. All t)p of this plmi' tral Standard Time, (7:30 P. tuaku a more or less undesirable buy M. City Time.) because It I coanw and bus comparn For futher information conlively few leaves, for Ihe best quslll) sult Local Ticket Agent. of liny. It should be cist Just as It starts blossom. to Sunday, June 18, 1922 sth