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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): June 15, 1922 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1922 cen1922061501_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 15, 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. THIRTYITHIRD YKAR LANCASTER. KY.. THURSDAY AFTERNOON. JUNE 15. 1922. tsii t a s NUMBER 10. FORTY-- 1 WU NEW OFFICERS Soon to be Fleeted for Clin on COMMERCE DESTROY STILL Madison Moon-shinin- 1 JYEARS AGO Items Culled From The Files Ileferendum are being rent Of The Central Hecord member of the Chamber of JANUARY of Commerce each Com- Three Arrests in Charged With What It .Mentis to a Com mini ity iind The Heneflts to he Derived From Its ONE ,300,000 POUNDS ADDED TO POOL MAKING GOOD II K. Herndon KepresentinR Hirsch Hrothors and Com- g More Than Five Hundred Contracts Sinned up by Hurley 2lh IB80 K.xistence Association The fnllowlng Sir Knight went to The following i taken from the Sheriff Robinson nnd deputies asDam illr to nttcntl a meeting of Ryan Greensboro Daily Record, of Greenssisted by Sheriff Detheragc, arrested The Fast Week America's need for leadership was Comtnandery: W. O. Klgncy, W. S. boro, N. C, telling how suecesiful a Calvin Wnnl, Willie Hughe and John never greater Uian now. "Produce Miller. J K. Faulkner. Geo. V. Dun-laHurton, near Kentucky river in MadiLexington, Ky. Five hundred and former Lancnstcr boy hns been rep grent men; the rct follows," wrote Jr, J. I. Snndifcr anil Itolit. morning, thirty-eigh- t son county last Friday additional contracts, rep- resenting Ilirsch Krothers nnd ComWhitman. This is n large order not Kinnaird. The same procharged with moonshinlng. Two resenting about 1..100.000 pound of pany, of Louisville. so easily filled. Nature I comtant There wa n meeting of the Mexir.firrel of math and n lot of equip-nc- tobacco, were signed by grower of duct that Mr. Ilerndon is selling Is ly experimenting t perfect n com Kenoldlcro of Crntral can war wa confiscate.! and every evi- - Hurley and reported to the officers of sold in Lancaster by Currey and Gulof elements against t bination tucky at the court house In Danville ence indicated that the still wa in the Field Service Division of the Kur ley nnd is perhaps familiar to every of definite need. The standard last week. housekeeper in Lancaster. The three gentlemen Icy Tobacco Grower.' leadership is highest where thought operation. T. R. Walton, of Stanford hns, It lays: were token to Richmond nnd placed Association during the pat week i freest. Leaders may be trained hii connection with the Interior The growth of popularity of the n jail. Collins, of Assistant Chief William only a we elevate the whole tone of Journnl ami taken charge of a farm. Hrothers and Company's One Destroyed In Garrard the Held Service, reported Saturday Hirsch the national life. There is truth In Thluvci entered the store of K. H. A fifty-fiv- e gallon gasoline tank on his return from Taylor, Adair pickles and Paramount Salad Dressthe common saying that we get In "111, Rrown, V. It. Hohlnmn "nml George complete with exception of and Green counties, where he went ing in North Carolina has been markAmerica just about the quality of I). Hurniide and Co. Doc FrnncU and vorni anil coil, ready for operation, last Monday to organize those coun ed. Evidence of it is to be found government we deserve. The peo Squire l.eavell, colored, arretted on gallons of still bear, a gasoline ties for a systematic drive for mem in the recent appointment of two adpie f a community who are content '.'00 mspicion anil held under $100 bond. ditional road men for the state, thereank and tap were seized and three bers. with conditions locally us they gen Hev. W. A. Gibson, pastor of the agents Men arrested by prohibiten One hundred contracts were sign by doubling the field sales force in erally ore, may not with complacency Ghmtian church, l presented with a after-no- n ed in three countie fi when Mr. Col North Carolina. complain, if the affairs nf the nation hortly after o'clock Monday handsome silk uilt by the Indies Aid The Tar Heel sales manager for following a three hours' search tins started for home Friday after are not managed to their liking cteciety uf the church. A fund of along the Kentucky and Dix river, noon and the work i belnp pushed this company lives In Greensboro. There Is no better place for the de $1,600 In being rained to improve the H gh Krldge on the Garrard by the county chairman and their He is IL K. Herndon, of KIT. Ilroad velopment of leadership than the near interior of the church and the Aid Kunty side. organization. As a considerable avenue, and Foster and Cnviness are small town; and in the important Society ha It In charge. The lead The -- ill, set for operation, officers amount of Hurley is grown in the the distributors in this section. business of improving the conditions er in the work being. Mr. W. A . elleve, wa louml about tnree miles three counties, the signing up of Hirsch Krothers and company arc of affair of farm life, there I a con H. M. Hurdctte, Mr VantK M". Ky. Through rom the mouth of the Dix river on growers there Is regarded as very located in Louisville, stant cry for leadership. It i an W. II. Anderon, Mr, t". C. Stermes the r'ver bank, nnd preparations for important by the association officials the energetic efforts of Mr. Hernchosen. ami Mr. E. D. Pottr. Noonday Luncheon error toitsay that leaders are respond running off beer were evident. Hecause of the disastrous price ex don, largely, and Foster and Cnviness, may be aid that, Itather June I4ih., 1895 Th" three men arrested and perience of growers in that section there is a rapidly growing world of ing to some Inner prompting and con The marriage of Ml Margaret G For Dr. McCormtck. the rou-jh- t to the Fayette county Jail in 1020 very little tobacco was raised folks In thi region who know Fiscal Court, sciou of their power, they arrive. Walker and Mr. I.ulher Glbbt, took Island" nending their arraignment before in either of the three counties last dellcIoune.s of "1,000 Men eek the companionship of place in Taint Lick church, WVdne Hoard, of Education And dressing, a compound of Hindi's parUnited State Conmissioncr Charles) but n thoe who understand them, who N. Wiaid on the charge of illegally year, placed considerable acreage has amount dressing, chili sauce and day evening at eight o'clock. Ml' been for since the or .Others know their problem and who can Sue Ogleblc Mat maid nf honor, the rakinj' and possessing moonshine ' gnnizntion of the Hurley Association, sweet picculette, and at the show this share their Joys ami sorrows. being, Mle Jane maid bride' ivhiskev gave names of William Win- - and much of this i expected to be pleasant connection is making many Invitation are being sent out toI'eeple resent having good idea Luik, Mattle Walker, Jane Walker, mar- more acquaintances and friends. day for a Noonday Community for their town handed down to them. Me, better known a "Wild Hill;" signed up to the Kmma l.eavell ami Kliza Luk. Mr. Fdward Winkle and Ernest Luvings- - keting plan. Luncheon t be held in the Court The average man's first thought S. C. Denny wa be.t man. Church News Another big meeting I to be held House Thurtday, June U'.'ml. Those when the Chamber of Commerce ton. i Ctsl. W. O. Ilradley warmly Pnhibition agents composing the at Greensburg, Green county Moninvited Include Dr. McCorralck, head propose something for hi benefit i greeted upon hi return from l.mi. Do not forget the meeting of the aidinjr party were It. K Duff. IL day afternoon, which Is n county Hoard of "what is the hidden purpose?" of the Kentucky State vtlle, where he Mat nminated for Missionary Union and the Health, the members of the Garrard It m pleasurable to sit down to an Lee Stewart, W. C. White and Cap court day there. limine! men have Women's governor at the Itepuhlican conven. County Heard of Health, member elaborate dinner; to be referred to tain l!oy Kasley. Agent. Kotley and decided to get behind the signup and Young Women's Auxiliary at the tien Short addreH were made by of the Fiscal Court, members of the by the toastmaster a "we have with Duff hrd the thrilling and hazardous it is expected that a considerable ma church on Friday afternoon this week Lewi l Walker, W. McCJohniton, Car-rar- d at 3 o'clock. All women of the us tonight, etc., but the chief end of experience of walking High Kridge, jority of the growers will be signed (.etcher Owley, W. M. Ilerndon and Kxecutlve Committee of the County Chapter of the Ameri- n Chamber of Commerce is to get the second highest bridge in the world At a meeting in Summerville, in that church and congregation are urged to W. I. William. .ml climbing down steep ledges of county, Tuesday night, of the sixty be present. can Hed Cro, Trustee of the Lan things done for our community. Two hundreil cattle were told on There will be a called meeting of signed caster (traded School and of the Gar- G. A. Abbott, Secretary. tock in the vicinity to the hidden still present nineteen had already the Richmond market last Monday at ome instance away in Garrard coun the contract and twenty-nin- e signed the Senior K. Y. P. U. at the pastor's rard County Hoanl nf Education In 3H cents a pound. home Friday evening at 8 o'clock. ty. after the speaking. cluding the Superintendents. This Layton The question of reorganization will Luncheon is being given by the local be considered, and other matters of people, including score of the lead W. M. U. Exhibited importance will be discussed. Every ing club and church women of the Car Turns Turtle Near Richmond RegisAnd Sunbeams member of the Union who really ha. town and will tu doubt result in Won Ujr County Pupils in Contest Sunday Morning With Fatal the Interest of the work at heart will great good for the community as a The Woman's Missionary Society be present unless providentially hin Last Fall Results whole. The Committee in charge of of Freedom Hnptist Church met SatIt mutt be remembered that voter the luncheon i composed of .Mrs. W. dered. urday, May 27th., at 3 P. M. Mrs. cannot regitter by mail They mutt It. Haitm. Mr. W. II. Hurten, Mrs. The following committee were The prizes given to the county Mary Prewitt lead the meeting and Koliert Layton. aged 21 years, a apply In perton and In the precinct Currey anil .Mr. George Smith. young farmer living in the eastern school in the Field Day contests last made an interesting talk on the sub- nominated by the Advisory Council nt their meeting last week, and the in which they are legal voter. Leading women from ail over section of this county wa killed October, are on exhibition thi week ject, "Service." , nominations were sustained by the Each voter will be called upon to the county have been loud in their when n car in which he wa. riding in Haseldcn Krothers' store windows, Moore, .Mrs. Mrs. I.ldia Mabel tUte hi or her political affiliation. praise of the Hnby Conference held with some companions, went over a nnd are attracting unusual interest. Sebastian, Mis Viola Prewitt and church at their buslne meeting on Thi may be given at "Itepuhlican," a short time ago in l.ancnter, and tank into a creek at a sharp curve Some of the prizes were won in the Mrs. Simp Rogers gave splendid June 7th. Finance Committee E. C. Gnlnes, Koune Sanders, Hugh Mob-le"Independent." "SocoliM." of the work being done in the county in 'the road, two miles from Keren Red Cross Roll Call Int March. reading. and so on. J. C. Kratton, J. M. Criscillu. The first prize of $10.00 in old, was and city chol by the Community Inst Sunday morning. The car turnThe ciety was glad to have the The penalties for fraud, illegal nurse and by the local health officer, ed turtle pinning the young man won by the pupils of the Paint Lick addition of two new members, Mrs. and Frank Estes. Building Comregulation and interfering with Dr. J. K. Edwards, and all are n unit beneath it in the creek bed. Hi Consolidated Schools, and the Gunn's .V. I Prewitt and Mrs. mittee S. L. Rich, Sam Cotton, Arthur Sebas James Hamilton, Clay Sutton, E. C. registration, an-- rather severe. If in asking that the work be continued companion insisted that layton was Chapel School and have already been tian. This make a total of nineteen Gaines, Uoone Sander, Mrs. J. E. anyone disturb or hinder the regis- for another year. drowned, but no water wa said to awarded. These prize were given memberj. Dickerson and Miss Ada Rich. TheJe tration, he it guilty of miidemeanor have been found in hi lungs nnd the by the local chapter of the Hod Cross Dues collected were $4. SO. Mrs. and may be fined at much a One County local undertaker is of the opinion and its friend. The bubbling foun- Lizzie Sebastian will lend th'e next committees met for organization on A registration Hundred Dollar. that death resulted from the nutomo- - tain that are on exhibit will go to meeting. Subject, "Courage." Ev- Wednesday night thi week. It was officer who fall to do hi duty may . On June Dt h the County - Hrendi bile falling upon him. Kuenn Vista, Cartersville and Rice ery member is expected to be pres- also recommended that the regular . wiiu . I. . I I ai iL..- IIbe lined the same amount. Altering voniesi k.,...ini...- - ' . . nei.i VrrV Academy, which gave such splendid ent as the program will be very in- monthly business meeting of the ..., , church be held on the first Sunday or destroying a registration book i Club Kooms in Ijincaster. Thrcon-lu- , j..... work in the athletic contests. Two teresting. of each month nt 2.30 P. M. This a felony and may be punished by testants were the winners of th over to a carnival in Richmond Satur- - others were won by West Point and The sunbeam met nt Mis. Mamie change in time was recommended in have day afternoon. confinement in the penitentiary' from Community contests, which Kuenn Vista for having the greatest Sebastian's home Saturday, May They met a friend 20th order more of the members Anyone who been held during the past month. there and they all started to Kerea number of pupils participating In the at 2:30 P. M. one to tive year. with nine members living inthat College of the country might be able break up or attempt to break up n Mis Piedaline from the Roll Call. together, which was late Saturday present. The subject wa "Tho Good to attend. registration may be lined from One Agriculture wa the judge and award night. The accident I suppoed to Miss Sallie haac was Shepherd." An urgent invitation is extended Dollars ed the prizes as follows: Hundred to Five Hundred have happened about ' o'clock Sun- Child Dies From elected president. to all to attend our services next 1st. Mr. Mai Carter, Kuckeye. and imprisonment In the county jail day morning. An undertaker from The subject for tb next meeting Lord's Day. The topic of the morn2nd. Mr. J. T. Thompson, Paint Richmond wa called about K o'clock Dose of from tlx to twelve month. i "The Groat Physician." Miss ing sermon will be "The Crises." When the registration i finished, Lick. morning and the body wa Sunday who Nellie Sebastian will lad. On SatMr. and Mrs. Perry Miller, Hrd. Mrs. Kdwiird, Marcellut. the registration book are to be taken taken there for attention nnd pre- live near Hyattsville, on the Rich- urday, June 10th. at 2:30 P. M. the Evening "Our Father," the first of a series on the prayer which our These contestants will enter the pared for burial. At that time he to the County Court Clerk'. office. Sunbeams met at tho Nina school Lonl taught His disciples. Plan to The law doe not say which offer or State Contest, which closes June 'Jl. had evidently been dead several mond road, have the sympathy of house. friend in the los of their baby girl, be with us next Sunday and each officer shall do till. It would be Hudson and Farnuu added to the hour. Layton' funeral wa held Rosa, who died last Monday afterLord'. Day. Muke this your church proper for at least two of the of- pleasure of the day by awarding the Monday afternoon, burial taking noon from swallowing several tablets Mrs. Being home. $3.00 and place nt Mt. Freedom. ficers, one from each political party first and second prize containing strychnia, which had been to go with the book to the clerk' JL'.OO. Congress prescribed for her mother several office, as i done in case of election. It ha been n pleasure to conduct Pigs Club months before. In some way the box The regutration officers mut be these contest in the various com Moonlight Schools May After a slight operation Dr. M. K. containing the fatal medicine wus left Founder of Tho Dixie Stock Farm mild to . sworn before beginning their work. munities and Miss Syler, the DemonDenny is able to resume his pructice. Kltton, County Agent for Lincoln on n table Just high enough for the Make The Race Afalnit They can be sworn before uny officer stration Agent, deeply appreciates The genial Doctor's friend are glad he ha received county, 27 Poland China pigs, weigh- little girl to reach, which she did, authorized to administer an oath. If the W.J. Field of his speedy recovery and hope it out of the ing about SO pound each, to be dis- while the mother wa it I not convenient to go before mi from those communities. wilt be permanent. tributed ajimng the boy of the Hoys' room. The child was three year officer, the regutration clerk I auLexington, Ky. Mr. Cora Wilson Pig Club of that county. uml n half old and was the idle of thorized to swear the other three ofStewart, of .MoroJwmJ, Ky., originaSign Name Sells It lived only a few its fond parents. Boar ficers and then one of the Judge.. can schools" of tor of the "Maonligfct Some very interesting new articles Good Sign minute after the accident and died Kentucky, uml administer the oath to the clerk. The Crescent Hill Stock Farm sold for a number of years Person who cannot read or write have come to the Record office this The Frederick Sign Company ha In convulsion before a physician ar- chairman of the illiteracy commis- its herd boar, Tipton Model, to Mr. to sign his thu week, but the writer failed be regiitered. If jutt completed u handsome sign on rived. an' entitled to sion, is being urgmi by her friends to Richard Cobb, Jr., this week at a voter cun write hi own name In the or her name, and we were forced to the Puritan building, fur the Dixie enter the race far the Democratic very' fancy price. This farm claim hold them up or drop into the wuste Robs His Bees registration book he in required to leu Cream Company, of Lexington. from the to be thu home of the Hampshire and ii iui nation for Coflgros till person do so. If he cannot write his name basket. We Insist that It looks good enough to eat and Is a stock Mr. T. J. Underwood, Garrard's Ninth district, in opposition to Wil- have some very tine choieo will kindhe should state that fact on oath to sending in even personals, work of art. Thi company is putting county attorney, farmer and bee man, liam J. Fields, the incumbent, accord- yet for sale. sign their names, not for publicathe registration officer uml then the ly out some fine work and their price has thirty-sitwelve ing to the current issue uf the Pine-vill- e stand of bee Bale lie for sale. clerk will sign the voter's name for tion, but its a protection to us as well are reasonable Indeed. Herald, nnd is said to have the ,o f which he robbed yesterday and ns proof that the writer sends them Hudson & Farnau. hint. secured 307 pound of beautiful hon matter under serious consideration. in good faith. Home Sold Should Mrs. Stewart desire tu eney, made from the white clover blosNotice. Some Plums The Garrard Hank and Trust Com- som, which abounds o profusely in ter the race, It would make a three Leg Broken this section this year. Mr. Under cornered light for the nomination as Thoe who have not received a nw pany sold the R. II. Tomlinson home Frank Land brought to this office Ilradley Schlagle was thrown plnce on Richmond street last Fri- wood sold the honey to parties in Congressman Field has indicated he telephone directory' are aiked tu a small limb from onu of his plum trees, that contains ubuut as many from his automobile yesterday morn- day afternoon ut public auction tu J. Hazard, Ky., for which he received would like to succeed himself, und please, call at the Central office and plums a could be grown on It. Tho ing, near the home, of Leonard Nave, D. Gulley for .0,750. It is a splen- ,10 cent u pound. At the same pro- - II. C. Duffy, o( Harrison county, get one, in order to get the cones t limb Is let than n yard long and on the Stanford and Lancaster pike did piece of property and those who portion he should receive ut least former speaker uf the lower House of number when calling. COO pounds from the other "1 stands. the Kentucky Legislature is already and suffered a broken bone in the Jaiow, say its cheap. bears over two hundred plums. leg, near the hip Get GOOD tier poles for your toHe doesn't claim tu bo u professional an announced candidate. We have a limited tup-pl- y A the district Is considered Demo-crntl- c bacco barn. Ballard Obelisk Flour It pure and A broken front wheel caused the Ground Barley for hogs. Alto bee man, but from his conversation the nomination might be equiv-ulelifalthful. Try tack today. accident. He was attended by Drs. Tankage and Tuaedo Hog Ration. yesterday, 'We are. inclined to .believe 34 in., 12 ft. 4 In. lone. Hudson & Farniu, tu an election. Hudson A Farnau. J II. and Virgil Kinnalrd. Hudson at Farnau. otherwise. nt ett-ningpes-ere- tl j 1 merce, designating their choice for I'reildent, Vice President and three director, who will serve for the year beginning July Int. It i to be hoped and urgently requested that every member expre a choice for thee office and that the referendum be sent In immediately to Chairman II. S. Hudion, when this committee will tally the leading can. Lnter the didate, Friday three leading candidate will be voted for the various office at an open meeting of all the members, at a date to be named later, possibly the last Friday night In June. The lincaster lira Hand ha been endorsed by the Chamber of Commerce and will lend it. assistance in every way possible, toward ecur-in- g a tutor to instruct the younger members of the band, which now number fifteen, with a poIble addition of six or eight more. The citi zen of the town should encourage these boys In every way, by lending a little financial aid, juit at thi time, in supplying them with a competent instructor. CAPTURED IN GARRARD Tobacco Growers pany Lending Ail Salesmen ."' i Baptist Important Features Of The General tration Act Robert Killed Prizes Freedom "Prohi-bitioneat- ," y, Bread Contest -- 1.,1,,i... ..i.... - Strychnia For The Stewart Urged For Out Again Please Herd x nt The Central Record, Lancaster Ky. Thursday, June 15. 1922. post of the American Legion exactly on a spot in llsrpoot, Asia they say, where Adam nnd Kvt first kept house The Kden BOYS AND GIRLS LIKE CLUB WORK Members Pay Way Through College From Money Earned in Different Branches. called the Garden of rnlt pot. Amercinn Legionnlrrs in I Turkey now number 216. When Stilwell. Okla. was struck liv n black smallpox epidemic, a guard of men kept the 185 American town quarantined by guarding all The Best Pay Best The Reason road and railroads day and night for three weeks. " tflWa;Snop Shot GIRLS TAKE HOME ECONOMICS With the Bahamas and Bermuda not too far away, the Tnmpn, Fin. In Southern States Attending American Legion ha placed its en- Number School on Scholarships Won Is membership at the disposal of tire Placed at 1,016 Alabama the Prohibition enforcement officer of Women Assisting. that district. The first building built by Uncle at Fort Wrangell, Alaska, when that country was first occupied by the United States in 1807, ha been re- modelled and presented to the Alaka American Legion as a clubhouse. Sam They Arc Best THEY WERE BRED IN OLD KENTUCKY Ut lis tell yen wlint we Imve now READY FOR SALE U))havVthc PHOTOiGOODS 61 frr.rrl tr III youtneed X On vacation! and holidays take a Kodak with You can live your vacation over again by having "snap shots" that will keep scenes and friends fresh in your memory. Come in and let us explain to you how simply you can operate our Kodaks. Don't you need some films? Our supply is al wya fresh. Remember us, for durgs and drug store you. For Indigestion Coaitlpallon, Sick llradiche, fiillou.-art- s, Bloalinf . Sour Slom.ch, Gas on Ibe Stomach, Bad Breath you trill find notblag better than that wholesome physic P0UYUTHMTICTABLI11 Never disappoint. Take one and fc belter la the moroio Uistitt ctoa t.r tooiht things. McRoberts Drug Store American Legion News 150 mile Gr Ctk.nl I T.bli. ..r k.t. cslpl Jnm, SSat A.ImU. T.im: "F.I.t press la to its erst I rrsssM4 ! s4 bilmWH," McROBERTS DRUG STORE at sea the bursting of a Baby Beef team line wounded Boyd O'Neal, N'avy man, in seventeen ATTRACTS MANY FARM BOYS former The olden member of the Ameriplaces. His shipmate sewed O'Neal's I to be Col. F. believed can Legion AND GIRLS abrasion with sail twine and three A. Bouctelle, of Seattle, Wash., who cornered sail needles, the rough sea reeently retired from the regular surgery saving his life. Hundred of Kentucky farm boys army after CO year service. He va ami n few farm girl who are memmore than SO year old. The JSOO.OOO remaining unexpend- bers of junior agricultural clubs litis of the year nre devoting much of their spare ed following the payment of nrc station. school New Jersey Store state bonus to former time to fattening calves for numerhouses nnd other municipal building service mey be used by the Ameri- ous bnby beef club contests to bu held lcaied by the city to the American can Legion to provide hospital ac- in various parts of the State in the Lesion anil other veterans' orpani-ration- s comodations for who are fall, reports from various source inare to bu refitted to meet tfa dicate. Conlderable care In feeding or may become incapacitated. need followinp an order anil management will be necessary if Mss. city passed by the Boston, All nuts are net to be fotered, these calves are developed Into well council. but in order that the pecan nut may finished baby beeves before the fall continue to be one of Texas' fore- fairs and shows, K. S. Good, head of After fumihlnj: an average of 550 most products, the American Legion the animal husbandary department of former service men a month with jobs of the state has pledged itself to the College of Agriculture, has pointfrom which it i estimated they re- plant groves of nut tree, see that ed out. ceived in pay mare than $00,000, the they are properly transplanted and "Grass alone or grass and clover American Legion employment bureau care for them when they arc develop arc among the best feeds to be used at Seattle, Wash., has been closed due ed. in growing and fattening a baby beef to the improved working conditions. as they help (o make cheap gains, While waiting with his outfit to be they grow the animal out in good Whether the crown of best all called up to the front in 1918, n I'ca shape and keep it healthy. Altho around athlete in the military forces body, Mass. soldier fell out of n hay grass alone will not fatten a young of the United States shall rest on the ,loft and suffered permanent injuries baby beef, grass supplemented with U hn just now obtain head of a soldier, marine or sailor to his back. grain is a fattening as well as a grow will be decided when the men from ed Government compensation, how- ing feed. the three branches of the service ever, following the American Legion's "Karly In the eason, corn alone llrnnt nnnml I t Prnf ilnnl tlm-itlmeet in competition at the third with grass will give good results but track and field meet of the as the grass matures during the Philadelphia American Legion, on . Despite the fact t&at New Orleans, summer and Its protein content be June 9 and 10th. La., ha chosen as its 1922 conven-- I comes smaller, It is best to feed some tion city, the American Legion has oats, or barley and oil meal with the The last word In modern surccrv received n $200,000 offer from Kans-a- s corn. The calf hould receive one pounds of grain mix City, Jlo., which would be host and announce at Pari, France, where thi year as it was turc a day for every 100 pounds of a French Army surgeon has inserted to the an artificial tongue in the mouth of in 1921. The offer followed quest live weight. "During June, the calf can be Serg. Villa, a Verdun wounded war ion by the New Orleans chamber of h of a pound of veteran. A shell tore away Villa' comment', inquiring of Kama City started on jaw but skillful surgery ha now made ,if the ervice men's gathering was a oil meal a day in his ration, this amount being gradually increased unhim able to talk, sing and whistle. .commercial asset. til by July the calf is receiving one pounds of the meal with f have formed n and Fifteen When the U. S. New England was all the grain he will clean up. "A good grain mixture is made up of four purts of ground corn, three parts of ground out or barley, two parts of bran nnd one and parts of oil meal by weight. This makes an excelleut feed for finishing or It can be used from the begin-nin.- " lJ 1 one-fourt- h one-fourtone-halone-fourt- h Work mid IS southern stutis 1I,(H2 girls' club member Inst Jenr patil all or part of their school esnse from tnotiey earned lii club work. In other section Mm former tluli member arenow nttendlng agricultural colleges, most of ulimn are partly xi)lng their rnrnliiKn Meiies from t Include 40. girl Inking This doe home economic In vnrloti mllese. Tlic number of Imij nud girls In nil the stale-- , nttendlng high schools, nor-tnschool, nud college on scholar won for club work Is l.uVl. ship These club nro an Itnportntit feature nf extension work m carried on hy the United Slate lipnrtment of Agriculture ciiiKTtliitf with the state agricultural colleges. Begun Work Early. nryl girl did n'lt wnlt TIikho Ihi) ti hlcli school or until ready to collrcr before starting Ihelr clnli work two, tlirre, and mitIhc. V'oine r mora year hefore. or, n one loy snld, a soon us he rouht, meaning 10 yenr lh jrotinget are at nlilch to the rluln. children are ailmltti-Two tkl of Mobile. , In . with a flick club-work nl Ihs VnltM !!I t Aerlruittif. ltarrnl lm' I awny Dixie Stock AMON, PROP. Farms. SANDERS BROS. & J. M. LANCASTER, KY. Get Orlaw the Surface. .n Inve untary Knock. I'alnti'ig o r he wh,te treik nn "Wo hopo ltni.ui r sinner, etm-n- t the olil row' l.ii'K n't mske her a If you cannot for u big attmiliinre I ,irk rtM If i were Imrn with a f piirclmse tlckrt and rmnn i1lsHiitI,.n .tii t try to white-wns- h route )i i.ri' It with M proinUes. Get right gle asy to those less furtHnnte." Iloston M-i- the flrt slower won't streak out.- - ilon ilup In ntir lienrt. Then whsIi the wlilfe TranTrtft v wiiliMne Tj,i. Arriilng True Friendship In Doeks. When all tlmt I wwltllr turn tn at the Ihubo SlratKwtn wet forHwIly whom he Itnil dro nri'iiiiil ii. iMMik rrtnln IhHr lntrslnrl to Ik hHd stonily talHo When friend gnov rohL never wet. Aflir the rerrewony. Slw-soilrew M (hmi M.e. "TVhh," ho ami the ei'nurr nf intimate w hlstwriil. "wlwit In the worW I the Into n4l rulllty nnd Why, tlmt wrMtn matter with ) these only entttinue the I twice h oW s y,m ' Her hnlr ssmI days, wnntrnnnre of and rl r u with that true friendship her teeth are fnlsa.. uiwl she's a ugly n tonit" 'H.u nemhi't which neer ilerrltnj hope nnr desert" Simpson she s ai ed sorn'W lrlns -l Slmpon hl f his frhtwl. Truly a Prlie. tiM'B Invlteil to the n hpler : ,ef nlilr, of chicken, brsnn their snlnp three yenm aco, In (ioorcjn a nuiuher of club girl have stnrtnl fiinil."' They put the money rcnlltei) from the side of their club pnxluct, which are inoMlr fancy park of ire- - Bt w7j lo pay for HOME. Best kusmu for SUFI I LS I IMS $l,OCXD on City Propertyjonly. Ask the man who has payed for his (home through the Building and Loan Association TO L.OAIN s4w ! Lancaster Building & Loan Ass'n J. L Robinson, IWdtDt. Miss Sue Shelby Mason, Strlj.Tmj. little wlitu nco. In repon to an "Sly olilest Mi renmrkeil Mr. expn-ssii- l neel for some wortl whieh UlUtHlerh s;ek M'leral llllCDSCe " would Imllrate optltulsin llu action. quite the word "netemlsf wn rolmsl. An A Pig Club Boy Preparing His Prlie artoml't I nil optimist who make the Washington Leaving HI Officers. Winner for the Show Ring. mot of eery opportunity tnapHy hi Tliere I an oM hok my who ilm not ronflni his serve. Jam, and marmalade, In the optlinlsin nirl savings -- Jmiriml of Cblhlnil hie to konr me reml tn tbein. to hr-l hunk to thi-l- r own rreilll. Thus fnr 2tM effort the "ll"rte ifArthur.'" done Into IiuluMrisI hiI Itnelii.erins; ChewUtry. It s CinrKlii girl nre attrndlne school en JUlory Often lltHrilsh h) Sir the prociwl from their when I reail tkro4N uf Iimw Arthur Opera House Rarely Opened. Is Voted. the Klin: hath- - farewell tn Ike wnriil At SHn Jose, In t'olu lllen. there and to the last of Ike irrmst meniMiiy Anothi-- r deteloiitiu'iit from the In' Ii p be of hi Knight of tke terest shown In eilucntlon by the club I n cnrseo opni Ihhis, Tshln. girls Is that In lllrinliigtinm. Aln., the the "llfth finest" In the world, out this snwo at WhilecHill Slip cone there I little ne for It. It I rarely Nek to we, nml I meluhers of women cluhs beenme to ei imee' that they votel an openeil tnore than onre er twice ilurlns ptore those callant voltdem. and far much Inten-Mei- l a thejifrleal or Hiuleal nuny the tall nnre of surety thr annual srhdnrhlp of -" to be lent the jear for to girl wtlilng to prepare fir liome event The great "lu eent of the kHluhtllest fi'litlwuMi our ! Ime country, the presMi nilnl ImiII, Is held kmiwn. Ilwffh Wrn.e In Weir MltcU-ell- 's ilcinolistratlun work. - eneh New henYears ere. "llust!) WyniH- - I'ri-- Quaker." WARM RECEPTION FOR MITES A e Ttti-wawork.-Scholars- . Aetomlsm. . J A Linguist. ltal $- e Kerosene Will Prove Efficacious Keeping Pestiferous Little Parasites Away. I lot wvHthtT They multiply house Is soon The egg leld nothlrig. "The proce mite t ono of In bring so swunnlng with them then drop to almott the rinoit mite fHt that the ben 1 Limberneck BECOMING MORE SERIOUS AS CHICK THOUBLE Frequent inquiries being received by the poultry department of the Col- I Peering (!) 1 We have both the JWGGormick I I i I lv Binders and Mowers Get our prices before you buy as we can I!) save you money on them. Ml Becker & Ballard BRYANTSVILLE, KENTUCKY. i lege of Agriculture indicate that limberneck already i causing the death of many growing clucks and hen in different suctions of the State. The trouble, which increases as the weather become warmer, is quite common each year among farm (locks, poultrymen of the college say Limberneck, whieh U a symptom, I!) rather than a dispute, i a paralysis of the muscle in the neck of the bird whieh often results from eating decayed flesh. It is a form of poisoning that also may be caused by (!) eating ursenatd of lead anil other poison found on the farm. No cure I is known for the trouble, the chief I, control of It being prevention Spec! ) al care should be taken to see that all dead chicks and unimals are buri ed deeply or burnod to prevent the spread of the trouble, the poultry men say. ,, of keeping out the the simplest In poultry Smltli, hiiul of the rulturo, wi A. tMiiiltry dlvlftlon nt I'ntverslty farm "ICcnene will do It. It U easily atplliit, either hy n hronil flat nif imisli or a spniy. Tw pulut brush will time. Th save keneiie. Imt lak sprny will sme tlm ami use kerene Tnke your elHdee. hut mlnt or spniy tho riHiot and siimiori with kerosem1 bofnri) the mite put In an appearance. The morning I the best time, n the riHsts will he dry and much of the odor will have disappeared before the tlm roost. Itepent eery hen two week iluring wHnn weather. ' si-e- & Hold Back m Horc. anvfhino needGd and it shows Here J I s i rt I KEEP UP VEGETABLE SUPPLY Farmer Should Not Overlook Impor tance of Making Successive In Garden. ninklni: A Cow can give milk to her fullest capacity only when fed the rieht proportion or balance of materials. Milk is made up of Protein, Carbohydrates, Fat, Minerals and Water, in nro- milk-makinc Plantings can't be varied. Instead of making imperfect milk, a poorly fed cow gives less milk. IVi riot overlook phinllnu of otf inliliH in order to keep up n slisuly us hssIIiIo it tlimly Among such vegetables I'ulo rnup lire rudlshe and beans. nnd jmiIu Hum hoanN will rmim nearer growing a supply of green bean than tho bunch heiins. urcexo Feed Purina Cow Chow and your cows will get all the Protein and Calcium needed to balance your Carbohydrate roughness. it that you civc Purina Cow trial and let your milk scales ihow you why you should keep on feeding it. All wc ask CROW a freli supply. SUPERIOR FARM IMPLEMENTS Good Tools of Far Mora Importance Than Soma Farmers Believe Poor Ones Unsatisfactory. For Sale by In criticising other we are apt to opinion of those, to lose the good whom wc nre spcaMnt;. flood Implements are far mure Important In good funning than some farmers believe. It Is n wry hard matter to do good funning with MKr er unsatisfactory funn Implements'. Considering their utility, farm Imple tueiits art cheap. HUDSON & FARNAU, Lancaster, Ky. BECKER & BALLARD, Bryantsville, Ky The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky.. Thursday June 5. 922 I 1 22 TOY INDUSTRY GROWING IN U. S. Lcsa Tlmn COMMISSIONER'S SALE OF LAND OAKHAM) CIHCUIT COUItT. Defendants. et a'., Pursuant to n Judgment rendered. tu Miroh Ttrni. 1022. the Utltlorslgned Commissioner wif sell at Pul. He Auction to the mgi.i ami nei bidder, before the Court Hume Door la Uneater. Ky., nt 11 o'clock, A. M. or thereabouts, on MONDAY, JUN'K 2flth., 1022, Robert Long, . VS. llettle Hatlew, Plaintiff, Fifty Ycnrs Ago Toy Making in United States Was Unhonrd Of BQ3G SALE STARTS PROMPTLY AT 9 A. M. f A charter ha Just been granted to a preooration capitalized at $12,000,-M- 0 toys, whieh wil! manufacture i.iys a writer In the New York Her- M. The fact is Intcre.nlng, not only as evidenee of the growth of an American industry, but also as a re- Mlmtor of what an elaborate affair mentlnned In the tk ront estate (deciding ami described n follows: In (Jarranl County, Ky., ami on the water or Hack creex. ami ve.n ui the llysttsvtlle and Kirksvllle and N'taiii pikes, ami bounded a followst Heglnnlng at n point nt the Inter-eti- n with the pike, of Nina Kirksvllle pike; and Hyattsville thvnr with the center of Hyatt-vit- l and Kirkvilte pike S. fiO. W. 0.JI fhain to n point on the Wet edge of pike, opposite a gate, S. W. 7 chain to a point on Wu skte of pike. 8. 0", W. i5.34 chain to a Ylnl In center of pike, curlier to the lamU of Wiley Prewitt; thence with hi line fence N. 8S, W. 16.70 corner chain to n stone. Prewitt' a4 In Walkerline N. 22,line;B. theneeJ 7.0 wHa Logan chain to angle In stone fence, N. SIV. W. 11.10 chain to a stone In Carl corner lean's line, pointer; to thencePrewitt; with Hafkberry Saturday, June 24th it. chains to center of Nina pike; thewc with center of Nlnn pike, S. g. II 1X17 chains to the beginning. roatatN'ng 47.C6 acres. Doing "part f the same laml conveyed to llettie I). I In Hew by Jane by deed datd IlalUw nnd other March 21. 18U6, recorded In Deed Ilwok 13, pace 301, ("arrant County Clerk's Office. The purpose of said sale i to satisfy Lne debt of the tancastcr Cemetery rmam of $1,500.09 with tutrmt from January 1H, 1010, until paid, and second to satisfy the debt of ltobert Lone for B.5o00 with at six per cent from January It 1021. until pnttl. subject ts a credit of $3,100.00 of .late April 21. 1022. ami third, to Kitisfy the debt of the Lancaster Cemetery of $050.00 with interest ut MX per cent per annum frt.fr. May 0. 1021. until paid, and liurtfl, the debt r l. Joeplt til 108.08 with interest at six per cent itr annum from June 21. 1011, unit paid, and $72.70 with Interest torn January 1, 1022, until paid, and ,Sr estimated cost of this action amounting to $260.00. V.tH K. 8.30 llne. N. 82 Ih a while walnut, N. -- , IS. on North side 4.7V chnin to a of a drain, N. HIS. K. 1.18 chain hC. K. 7 chain, to to a muleerry, S. as ah stump ami lynn, N. 70, K. chain Itowtu's 3-- 4. jot tea a M .! yV ft JL yt it V Will Buy 0.MK.. W al9CUhrt. I'll Ue was mctknctluUer MntMpnnivr M b2f Amfflk" xZIOimmtn of making playthings the buie has become. The ty lmlutry could not be said tB exist in the United States before IS". Prior to that time more than 00 per eent of the toys used In this country were of foreign manufacture. Today scarcely 5 per cent of the toys played with here nrc mado abroad. Practically all the Ingenious toys, the remarkable mechanism of whieh are at once the despair and the seret pleasure of parents, arc of American make. The scientists who dig into the remains of nncient civilizations, Egyptian, Greek and Itom.m, tell us that toys are almost as old as man himself. Savage peoples make dolls to play with, beldes fashioning images of their ;t ods; the natural instinct of a child for diversion cannot be denied. In Kgypt the archaeologists have unearthed wooden, earthenware and metal dolls. They have found the precursor of the teddy bear In a painted wooden calf and a wooden elephant. The Oreck and Itoman children of long ago had jointed dolls manipulated by strings. Although toys were among tho first things man made, progress In their manufacture was slow. A century ago they were limited in variety and ef the simplest construction. Derides dolls, there were hoops and s anil marbles, jumping ropes, popguns, battledore and shuttlecocic and jack in the box. That was about ten-pin- all. ,. What 49WHlBm The modern toy store Is a miniature opposition of life. There is no triumph of engineering the toy maker dees not emulate after his fashion, but it is doubtful that the children are happier than rag dolls and stick hor.s made them. If the child's genius for finding substitutes for the real thing could be carried into adult life the nerve specialists could take down their shingles. No, that wailing noise In Washington is not the cry of a puny new-bor- n infant. It is only congress turning out its dally grist of nothing. TKKMS. The sale will be made en a credit of fix and twelve months, and the purchaser will be required to execute bond i with approved security, for the purchase price. ayabte to W. II. Ilruun, Mater Commiwiionrr, due in ix and twelve month respective- ly, with Interest at six per cent tier annum from date until paid, having tho force and elTrct of a judgment upon which execution may issue, and a lien will be retained upon the property until the purchase money I paid. G. Pastures Yield Half Of What They Should Kentucky has a pasture acreage equal to that of all other crops combined htat Is producing not more f of what it should in the than way of feed for live stock, according te P.. K. Stephenson, soils specialist of the College of Agriculture. The best blue grass pasture will carry about one steer an acre during favorable seasons but in many pasture .several field found in the State acres are required to maintain a single animal. Much of this land, which is too poor to furnish profitable pasture, can be brought to a profitable state of productiveness by proper fertilization, he said. "In general, basic slag stands in Ugh favor as n grass fertilizer. However, the use of acid phosphate and a light application of finely ground limestone should prove equally as satisfactory. The growing of clover improves he grazing quality of pastures and at the same time Improves the soil and yield of grass. Ilowever, on poor, sour soils, few clovers will succeed without the uio of limestone, 'if all manure Is returned to pasture, it is rather Inexpensive to ma.ntatn the phosphorous supply of ts.' soil. Each 100 pounds of meat an I each 10,000 pounds of milk tro-l- u ed on a pasture remove about as 'iiiH'ii phosphorous n is supplied by 100 pounds of 10 per cent acid phoj. The cost o fmnlntainlng the pimte. phosphorous supply should wot exceed 20 cent an acre a year, a 300 pound application being sulTlriesit to replace what the animals reosove for several years, provided the mmmmmm u returned. "N'eariy all old pasture tWld are poor In nitrogen and organic matter. The only practical way to Mp-pl- y the nitrogen u by xrowimc a legume. White clover, Japan clover, and red clover all are found to some extent in pastures and by the use of may be lime and other fertilizers made to grow abundantly. As a rule, soils are well stocked with potash, about 00 per cent of It being returned In the manure. There seldom is any need for other applications of potash when the manure Is cared for properly." one-hal- W, II. Ilrown, Matter Commis- tioncr of (Jarrard Circuit Court, C Walker, Atfy. for lUff. Green Clay Walker Law And Real Estate Money to loan on List your farm for nle Office over fW IN ALUMINUM What 99 Will BuySS EVERYTHING farm. priv-atel- y or at auction. J. V. Smith's Store. M. S. A COMPLETE LINE OF WONDERFUL BARGAINS THAT YOU CANNOT MISS. WARE IMAGINABLE FOR EVERY USE. HATFIELD DENTIST Office over Tho Garrard Bank, rhoo.s Offic. 5. , Rttldanco 378. LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. THIS SALE AR-TICL- IS SALE RUNS FROM 9 A. M. UNTIL 10 P. M. E FOR ONE DAY ONLY YOU MUST BUY EITHER A 49c ARTICLE OR 99c ARTICLE. TO OBTAIN THE lc HASELDEN BROS, NO TELEPONE, C. O. D. OR MAILORDERS. NO DELIVERY. NO RESERVATION. DR. at limited Practice (Sandy llluir Correspondent in to diagnosing and NeM) correcting defects by of Kyosight Ccrtuinly it was a utwU time at of the lltttntf With Alvin Wilmorc last weuk. proper glasses. is who the Toniutoan, DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. York, because of hi heroic Opposite Gilcher Hotel. Jennings war record, and WHUom Offlc. Hours 8 to 12 and 1 to S p.i !tr an, n of th L'nitw I States' molt i!itmiCUihod tnttwmN, on the of entertMinmont, It nw i m m b otherwise. Then titercould net Mu lBt L1 f was n bird of the air constantMINERAL DIRECTOR ly hoveruiK over thi beautiful nml gently thriving little burg which OMce Over National Hank. an I gnicefully va picking up pa-- i ltcsidenco I'hone 3. Olllce I'hone 27 hither Hirer and transporting them ILANCASTEIl, KY. and thither amid the clouds, taking them perhaps nearer the great White City than they will ever be again. And as we watched this strange bird of the uir flirting with the clouds and penetrating the heights and mysteries of the firmament above we knew that VETERINARIAN. all Antarorod Prosaptlf Day of Colonel Iiryan was lifting his voice In lllght of oratory and leading the Night. Phono 317. Immense throng upon the mountain LANCASTER, top of ideal citizenship and religious KENTUCKY. Niclv-olntvil- le world-famous pro-Kra- m OITO.MirrRIST J. J. BYRNE Two Notables Enjoyed d v white-wuiKe- d Or. Printus Walker supremacy. The music swept the lit g'.ldes and trinkles over the riffles onward through community with soothing strain and .and sweep melodious wave nnd the hospitality, natural scenery and kisses brotherly love nnd comradeship of jtl'.e feet of mnssive clitTs nnd salutes uie cuuens ami visitors maue u a with gentleness al'iiost impenetrable week that shall tingfe with glory and forests. To behold these natural und sweeten nnd mellow the political, o panoramic scenes would inspire the einl, educational and religious con- tongue of Colonel llryan with greatdition of the entire community and er eloquence and make Alvin York a warrior that could turn the Hood county in the years to come. Hence thu only way we have of ex- of enemies into water, tread amid pressing und describing the nrwit tiword without a quiver and petrify time was enjoyed over at Wilmore the keartct of autocrats at the bat of s genlast week U by saying that It was a his eye. These real jubilee, n royal feast and an tlemen will never be completely educational celebration that shall for- finished nnd equipped for the battles ever remain in the memory of its of life until they huve Inhaled the citizens and surrounding communities exhilarating breezes, drank the aroas a season of great joy and much re- matic perfumery, saw the beauty and joicing. Therefore we trust that Mr, glory of nature without the mole, York and Colonel llryan will come tation and artificiality of man and over on the Shun pike some time In associate with as fine a type of citithe future and see lovely (lowers, zens as the Lord ever made that so hear the wonderful mocking bird, abundantly exists down on the Jessaquench their thirst with pure water mine creek and the Shun pike. bubbling forth with such intoxicating All women look alike to men who rythm, warm their hearts with the can't see. get Immersed tire of Democracy, When duty calls most of us are with inspiration and feel the glory of the music of Jessamine creek as hard of hearing. world-famou- le dnnkinrf wi'cr cum aiul A Bourbon Poultry Romody (t Of e: tin fuU'S"1., , iliiNWt vuica l.iti. m;hr hMksblhr.l'"'liluDtll tiiM strut. IMIt loJsr. s..a.u..ktf.irtii.uiii.Ji. by mll A &,Jrwtl..uf c. ttiAl. r Su4f rdilrtrprour cmrW Of course, r all know that France and Genoa n muts eventually tight Rot ist aeeonlanke it out a twin. with the accepted order of thing they should first kit and make up. Hunters Beware We positively will not penult fox hunting or hunting of any character or trespassing on our farms. Any violators will be prosecuted. J. S. Schooler, Kdgar Trice, W. A. Price, Joo Crisclllls, T. J. I'rice, U L. Klkin, 11. M. Lear, It. - Darker It. P. Parson, Marlnda Longsworth, J, IV llland, and Hughes liro. (Other name will be added upon the payment of 25 cents) (tf.) I- The Central Record. Lancastei, Ky., Thursday, June 15 1922 ARE YOU LOOKING FOR Marriage of CHAUTAUQUA Interest Here ANNOUCEMENT IISSJ Galvanized The marriage of Mr. tttrt Elkln Splendid Five Day Program Kmbry, on of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Embry, to Mis Nanncttc Virginia Start Here July 12th. Georgetown, is of unusual Get Your Season Tickets New all-sta- ASK ABOUT Roofing GOOD QUALITY AND i The great comedy drnma, "Friendr National ly Enemies;" the Male Quartet; the Nevln Concert Company; notable lecture on timely topics; spccinl children' program these are among the many varied attractions which will nppear here on the big Itedpath Chautauqua which opens July 12th., and continues for ' five days. The Nevin Concert Company will launch the Chautauqua with n grand concert on the first afternoon. This company consists of four favorite Inwho feature strumental and vocal selections and character sketches given In costume. After n prelude by the Nevln Company at night, J. Franklin Caveny, clever crayon nrtist and molde, In cla. will 'give a lecture and art revue extraordinary. "Wit and Wisdom of the Chalk and Clay." Mr. Caveny Quick h entertainer. is u sketches of voriu member of the audience are features of his pro gram. On the second afternoon, Gretchen Cox and Company will give a grand concert. This company Is headed by Gretchen Cox, eminent violinist. who i always a favorite with ChauShe is supported tauqua audience by two accomplished nrtits, n bari tone and a pianist. This company will give a prelude at night, following which Edward oraAmherst Ott. nationally-knowtor, will deliver his great "Victory-lecture, and address on the vital problems which confront us all today. On the third day the National Male Quartet will give a popular concert in the afternoon ami a grand con cert at night. The quartet is an or ganization of superlative singers and eti'.ertainors, and their entertain. ments wilt be high spots on the Chautauqua program. In the afternoon their concert will by be preceded by a lecture-recita- l Stephani Schutzc. "wizard tellcr-o- f tales," who will recreate some of the world's greatest stories On the fourth afternoon Sydney Greenbie, author, editor, and travel er, will lecture on the problems of the Pacific, especially as they effect America, Japan and Great Britain. Mr. Greenbie'a recent book, "The Pacific Triangle," has gained for him an international reputation as an authority on Pacific subjects. On the fourth night come "Friend ly Enemies," an uproarious comedy drama, whose plot grows out of the conflicting convictions of two life. long friends. Audience in all parts of the country have alternately n laughed and wept over this comedy success. It will be presented by u cast of exceptionally competent New York actors. e The Kublick Company with Van, clever impersonator and entertainer, will appear in a popular entertainment on the last afternoon. The Kublick Company is a delight fully entertaining novelty duo, fea turing the human-voice- d violin, the n and other novelty instruments, a well as charming song favorites. On the lust night, following a con cert by the Kublick Company, Dr. Henry A. Adrian, noted educator, will give his inspiring and entertaining lecture, "The Wonders of llur- bank." In this lecture Doctor Ad rian sots forth powerfully the marvelous achievement of Luther the plant wizard, mid also asks for better heroes for children. Three special morning programs for children will bo given during the Chautauqua, each program being given oil a different morning. Those children's programs are a distinct inaugurated this year by the itodputh manageuiont. On the third morning Stephani Schutie will give some of the best of the notable stories for children. On the fourth morning Hughie Fitzpatrick, populur clown, will entertain the youngsters with marvelous feaU of tumbling, Jokes ami fun, and on the last morning lleriuce Van, impersonator and en tertainer, will give an equally delightful program. artist-entertainetop-notcn " well-knowHer-nicpiano-accordiollur-bank, 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 jrootl , roof than a bad one. CONN BEOS. "Live and Let Live 31 Folk.' IE DC IEE1EE 3G promises as soon as the returns are counted. To insist upon Year. $1.50 Issued Weekly. their fulfillment would create Payable in Advance. discord throughout the state .7. E. ROBINSON, Editor. and nation. R. L. ELK IK, Local Editor and Mgr. Any poor boob can be n polithe Post Office In Lan- tician. It doesn t require any Entered at Mail brains just caster, Ky., as Second-Cla- i an unlimited Matter. amount of bunk and the ability to smear it on and make it ' Fow'rn AJ.TTi,tn. Rrpf ..rlir. stick. PRESS ASSOCIATION THE AM EK CAN Yes, we or our descendants will some day see a politican Lancaster, Kr., Jwe 15. 1922 who makes good on his camRatei For Political Announcementt. paign promises. But perhaps he won't be a For Precinct and City Offices. $ 5.00 just 10.00 real bona fide politician For County Office For State and Distct Offices. 15.00 a mere man instead. .10 We live in hopes. For Calls, per line The Central Record I .10 For Cards, per line For all publications in the interest of individuals or expression of individual views, per 10 line .05 . Obituaries, per line these days we Americans, or our descendants are roi'hb to see the greatest curiosity of all time, a politican who makes good on his campaign promises. Just, now there is no such animal. There never was one. It is not in the nature of things that there should be one under present conditions. Promises just ooze off from an electioneering tongue like thin molasses gurgling out of an open bunghole. And, like molasses, they keep right on oozing out until the hole is plugged up by election or defeat. And yet we can't navigate the turbulent sea of life without our politicians, especially those of the professional breed. Bunk is soothing to the disturbed mind, and there is no ope who can hand it out as scientifically and as smoothly as a politician. We have to be hoodwiiuled and cajoled and bamboozled about so often or we would think the country was on oiled skids and headed for the ovorlasting Some of bow-wow- s. Former Empress Zita is devoting her life to the task of placing her son on the throne of Austria from which her husband was so ingloriously kicked as an aftermath of the war. That is ambition, which too frequently produces unhappi-ness- , disaster and death. It would be much more prof itable to the young Hapsburg if she were to give him a hoe, put him to work in the garden, and teach him to earn his salt. That would be common sense, which is the forerunner of success and happiness, and u life worth living. Ucr inordinate ambition made a fool of her husband and is likely to do the same for her son. Foolish Zita poor kid! Perk up and stay perked. The month of May witnessed a gratifying improvement in the American industrial world. Manufacturers are putting many of their idle men to work again, and plants that have been running on short time have increased their hours of activity. Altogether, the situation is fairly satisfactory to those who are not seeking to get rich one clay and cut a dash the next. No Case, of interest here, as the groom Is a frrni. tr Ijincaster boy, where he Is so veil known and was very popular. The following is taken from the Georgetown correspondent to the Lexington Herald: The marriage of Mis Nanncttc Case to Mr. Hert Elkln Embry of Lexington, took place Saturday night at 8:.10 o'clock at the home of the bride's aunt, Mrs. John Leonard Hill and Dr. Hill, on East Jackson street. The guest were received by Mrs, Hill gowned in pink georgette with braid, and Mrs. Embry, mother of the bridegroom, in canton crepe, with bead trimming. Hefore the ceremony Ml Anne Stewart Thacker at the piano, anil Miss Amy Dawes on the violin, played "At Dawning," "Souvenir" and "Love's Old Sweet Song." Then to the strains of Wagner's Wedding March the little ring bearer, Miss Katherine Eikin, of Atlanta, Ga gowned in pink tulle, carrying a white lily on which was placed the wedding ring, came down the stair-way- . She was followed by the bride, lovely in her gown of bride's satin with trimmings of princess and rose point lace, and wearing a tulle veil caught with heirloom lace and orange blossoms, on the nrm of her father, D. M. Case. They advanced to the living room where an altar of ferns, lilies with roses covered an entire side of the large room, and through which glim mcred the lights of many cathedral candles in holders of gold ami sliver. They were met in front of the altar by the bridegroom and the Itev. D. W. Case, grandfather of the bride. i ne impressive ring ceremony wa used, the bride's father giving her in murriage. During the ceremony "Evening Star" was played. After the ceremony Mendelssohn's Weil- ding March was played and o group of Hungarian dances. Following the ceremony a recep tion was held. After congratula tions the guest were taken to the dining room where the center table, covered with n spread of lace, held a large vase of roses and ferns. On a side table was placed the large wedding cake, which contained the usual emblems and which was cut by the members of the party. After the reception the young couple left in their automobile for a wedding trip. Assisting in entertaining the guest were Mls Virginia Iluchanan, Miss lies Parry, Mis Jane Sullivan, Miss Margaret Haggin, Mr. II. C. Judy and Mrs. J. II. Dycus, The bride is the daughter of Mr. D. M. Case, of Nicholasville and i a beautiful and talented young woman. She was a student of the University of Cincinnati for three years, where she was a member of the Chi Omega fraternity. For the last year she ha been living with her aunt, Mrs. J dim Leonard Hill, and attending Georgetown College, from which institution she was graduated Wednesday. The bridegroom it the son of Mr. and Mr. K. T. Embry, of Lexington and is a civil engineer, having received his training at the University of Kentucky, where he was a member of the Sigma Chi fraternity. At present he is connected with the Superior Oil Corporation, with headquarters In Lexington. After the bridal trip the young couple will go to housekeeping in the beautiful new home which has just been completed for them on State street, Lexington Gerto FOR PRESERVING MAKES MOKE AND MAKES IT BETTER PICNIC ALL WITH KINDS US OF SANDWICHES AND TRAYS 6URREY & OULLEY nooaom W Classified Column RATESt Single Insertions lea word No ad Uken for Irs than 20c In this column. No nd In this column charged. Seven Insertions for the price of Ave. Phone orders must be paid promptly. ill VNT1D I mntry II I Hams Ilastin have &( abun-lan.- i.f tine gras, both clover and tmtoth) and ran graie several head of cattle at reasonable prices, (il I.', it i Mnsey Clark. STKA YKD : Frosn Floyd Curtis' place Saturday night. June 10th, speckled (trey mare. 1 1 ' hands, new. I) shod, henry km tit ami abeut eight ears nld. Reward far information and recovery. Iliene Henry San- IiM' ng f(r (attic ders. 3S7-G- . (It WANTED nd J W. Ktdd. Notice. An International Ga-li- e AM person Power Hay llaler. Write, phene having claims against (tf ) the estate of the late Henrietta Pen p call at this office. dleten, will present same to me, prop, FOIt SALE: Late cabbage plants, erly proven according to law. Those Mrs. S. C. Ilendren, very small. indebted to deceai'd will please pay Paint Lick. Ky same promptly (lt..pd.) W 0 Itigney, It ) Exn-uteunder the Wi.l sell Stock Dealers in the market to He optimistic as to the future or buy cattle, hogs or sheep. Phone 03. Carrier & Drown !Vitj m gathers no moss. (6-1- 5 r ti.G.7t..pd:) FOIt SALE: Double .eated car riagr, Kauffman make, rubber tired, with shafts and tongue. Good con W. O. Itigncy. (It) dition. ' on ey TO LOAN Dodge, FOIt SALE: Excellent Kunabout, wire wheels, new rasing also a boy' saddle good as new, never i B. C. Gaines J ued. Apply FOIt SALE: Singer Sewing Ma J chine in perfect condition. Mr. Harry Francis, (5.'J5-tf.- ) Paint Lick. Ky Wagon, Mower Jo'.; Hake, Porch or Lawn Swings, $2 50 to $1)0; ON, FARMS 1- Interest 5 Agr- -t -2 : Sue Shelby;Maon Court House 0 1' tf nJ Abstractor LA.NCASTI.H, KY. it!. 75- - C and It tooth Cultivator, t'l.r.O; Wheel Ilarmwr, l.'l.'JS; screen iloors and win down il.tlfj and tlfif. voes, SOr; wad. ll.'iA; blades $1 --'5, Twine 114c; Good Plow Collars. SI. 00; Cultivators VJft.OO. J. It. Mount & Co Country Store i IN TOWN BestjLookinU Man in Town 20 Cents Per Gallon Good Asphalt Hoofipg Paint, also Motor Oil in medium and heavy, at .10 to aSrt. per gallon. These oils Flour $ 1.00 Ginghams lOcts Up R. J. ENGLE and paint are worth three times the Come look them over, price. L. II. Davit Paint Lick, Ky I Near Depot Lininisler.Ky Pope Pius XI Under rnysician s iarei Sedentary Life In Vatican Has Caul, ed Surprising Physical Decline Paris Pope M l ick and under rare of physicians, according to it Home dispatch printed in the Petit ELECTRIC ders ahead, and this enthuses us and spurs us on to the performance of real constructive work of our own. Thus we soe the politician as a nccess ity and a national asset. Nobody expects a politician It can't to keep his promises. be done. They are made to fit the various sections of his district in which he hands them out, and no two sections want the same thing and in the same manner, It is the political duty of ev ery voter to forget election And right there is whore our stomach. Tnnlac will make your dear old politicians got in thoir atomiirh strong Stormes Drug Steri'. glorious work. After listen Ul) ing to their glowing promises for live minutes we see mil Meeting at lions and other enticing won Chapel mii i etronger than hi Lawson's proved farm lands. Interest rate, n Ken 0 per cent. Terms 113 years. PayWhite, tucky farmer, aid he could beat his ment on amortization plan. No com hand shuoktng torn after taking mission to pay. St urines Drug Store For full Information address or Tan lac Temllnson A Hays, Atty'. call on (It.) A iltvival MtcllBf of Old Time (lotjwl Preaching will begin at Law ton's Chapel Sunday. June 18th, 1022. Regular service 11 A. M. and 7:00 I. M. Itev. Came con to u froin the State of Texts, lie U an earnest, fearles preacher of the Gospel and hot a Wg wiitm heart of love for Mtula. KveryWdy wcleowe. Rev. T. V. Heeler, Pastor in charge. The safest fnd surest way back to health, strength and happiness is by the Tanlac mute. Stormes Drug Store. (It) Farm Loans Made by Louisville Joint Stock Land Hank, organized mid operating under the provisions of the Federal Fa nn Loan Act. In amounts from On Im $2,500.00 to $311,01)0.00. J. A. well-know- Journal today. The Koine dispatch pointed by the Petit Journal says in part: "When Cardinal Kattl, known as n robust mountain climber, wu crowned pope, it wu considered a good augury for a long reign, but voluntary seclusion in the Vatican's gulden prison ha resulted in a surpriing phyical decline in the past few believed to be due months. This tu the change from accustomed open air and exercise to a quiet, sedentary life. It cannot be denied that the pope I u sick man. Dr. A in Id ami Dr. Ilattistini examined the pontiff atul prescribed a severe diet and plenty of exercise in the Vatican gardens. personally The physician visited the Vatican kitchen and gave strict order to the chiefs as to what was to be cooked and the manner in which it was to be prepared." 1 F AN S CALL In Dlckerson Genuine Kanawha Salt, sack and In barrels. Hudson A Farnau. Bastin Bros. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, June 15 1922. 7 V ;. Affords 4 More Days Of Opportunity for Money Saving as we have Some Unusual Prices for These Last Days A REAL SURPRISE Olio lot of GINGHAMS, Public Benefit Sale A RARE BARGAIN BOc . A SUPREME BARGAIN 12 inch Table Damask, $1.50 Million Bc mid . Public Benefit Sal. Price A KNOCK OUT BLOW CREPE GOWNS, $1.50 hitt- , valuiw 19c gffigfiffil, Price Curtain Mariiie.sette, and ecru, .'trie allies ;t( One lot of little BOY'S TOM SAWYER SUITS $1.59 A BLOW TO HIGH COST OF LIVING inch wide, white, cream Public Benefit Sale Price WONDERFUL VALUES One lot of HATS 69c altin and Hi-uli- $1.25 and -- IN MILLINERY Public Benefit Sale Price 79c Public Benefit Sale Price 18c Public Benefit Sale Price $1.98 SEE OUR UNUSUAL VALUE IN FLOOR COVERINGS Wilson, of Lula, Mim., the weekind witli her niece, (MnL Kd Uom. FRESH FISH FRESH VEGETABLES We also carry a nice line of Dry Goods and Notions. We want your produce and will pay good price. pn Mr. l.e.tir Mr. Jake (irnw, of Louisville this week. Mr. Charles Anderson . relative, in London, Ohio. .n Ijm-cast- Misses Klveree Hurt and Nell Van-Hwere in Danville Wednesday. ut visiting I.ee McOmw and dauKhter, of Danville, pent the wimkuml with !.Mn. J. D. llateher. Mr. llnrlnn F. Warren .pent and Sundy with rotative friend in Danville. Sut-lurd- Mr. Iln Letcher, the ernest of Mr. B. M L. Owsley. ( Louiiville, is day. Miss Margaret Hurt and Misses (iertrudc and Nell Vanllus motored t Lexington Monday and spent the Mr. and Mr. George .Saunders, of its Mary Alio. Kali., of I'arU- - Kvnnsville, Ind., motored up Tuesday !iuouth, Ohio, ia visitinx Mr. and Mrs. and are guests of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Engstrmrnt of Interest U m. Lear. Whoritt. Mr. and Mr. II. C. WeairroH were Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Kimore of this Mrs. Mae Ilugho Nolund I visi' Mis Glady vititor of Mr. and Mr. Chi to Wear. umber and eou'.in. city, announce the engagement of ting her son, Hubert Neland In At- Mis of I.auMvillo recently. nn, Gertrude Vanllns, wert the their daughter. Charlie Klveree, to lanta, this week. ple.iant visitors of Ml .Man Clarp. Dr. Gilbert M. Hilling, of Morgan-toDillinuer, of Mr. and Mr. Jew N. C, the wedding to take place Mrs. I'ool Whaly, of Texas, i last week. I'erryville, Ky., pHt Srday with vWUng her mother, Mrs. W. A. I'rice Mr. L F. Warren and fowily. Mrs. Joe Mount and Miss Joan in the eorly fall. on Kiehmeml street. .Mount returned Monday from a ten Min Vena llarri'Min, uf llenni, is Mm Joe Faulconer. of lhllsboro, Miss Cicely Homar, of Versailles, day's pieoant visit to friends in La In Memory the i;uii thi week of her Uter, Mr. Ohio, the guest f her aunt, Mi U the week-envisitor of Miss Mari-le- e Grange and Frankfort. In loving rememberance of our Homer IllKhland. in "Hill Court." Sue Shelby Maton. Lear, on Lexington avenue. Mrs. It. A. I'rather, Mr Claude Wheritt, of New Or- dear mother, Mr. and Mr. James Khld are re. .Mr. W. II. Cook, of Danville, and leans, arrived Tuesday afternoon for who died June 18th.. 11)21: Mr. Martha Price Fmbic is the ceivini; congratulation upon thu arOne year hds come and gene since guest of Mr. Mattie Price and Mr. rival of a line boy, christened Jamo, Ml Helen Klizabeth Sprague. of several day visit to his parents, .Mr. we saw you, mother, dear. Gone, Mary Price in Danville. Louisville, were dinner guest of Mr. and .Mr. Tom Wheritt. Jr. ( tht Comlaji ssd A ftrkf MiMUn but not forgotten by husband und K. L. Owsley Monday. W Miss Marilee Lear will accompany Art lnltrtiUd I. Galnii hvTh Mis Annie Royston, of Chicago, in children. Mr. ami Mr. Itandolph Ilarri, of Miss Cicely Itoninr home Tueday Mr. ami Mr. John Underwood anil spending the summer with her moth- Stanford, are guol of Mr. Hurri' The Golden Gate were opened, will ntend the Wilson SalHe er, Mr. Mary Hoysten. A gentle voice said come, parent, JuiIko and Mr. K. W. liar-r- l. Mr. Milton IloIlurdi, of Danville, and were guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. wedding in Versailles Wednesday. And with farewell, the. left us. a a visitor Mr Clay KauiTman Ml Loyd Itourne and family. Klizabcth Logan Simpson, of She calmly entered home. n l! chmond Sunday. Mrs. J. E. Vanlluss and dnughters, Lexington, is the guest ef hor aunt, Mr. Dr. Charles Feel and Mr. Mrs. II. V. Ham, daughter, Mis Nell Nolan d is nt home from Misses Gertrude and Nell, of Dallas, McMti, of Illinois, are Mr. and 213 Jasper St., Somerset, Ky. Mr, Franci llsllcw hat been Mr. Kpbarim I. Hrown. Texas, nre visiting .Mr. Vanlluss' Mr. II. C. Wearren en Stanford State University, Lexington, and will visitor in Lexington. Mrs. spend the summer with hor mother, parent. Mr and Mr. Henry Hurt. Unit' Walker llotami, of street. EXCURSION Mrs. Mne Hughe Noland. Mrs. Charles Zlmmcr ami children, Mr. Jesse Woarren, of Stanford, Danville, hat been visiting Mr, Ml Huiiton, of Flcmincbur, h lather (iiMM, in "Hill Court." "Mi Miller. Carrie visiting via Lexington and, little fiter, uf the t;uot of her brother, Hev. Harry Mr. and Mrs. Dave Walker have of Utile Ml Mary Shackelford, of Hudson ami Mr. Hudson, on Maple nrrtvesl from Winnsboro, S. C, and Fomeroy, Ohio, have returned to of Uulsvlllo. Mr It- E. Ilux-heavenuo. are guests of their daughter, Mr. their homes, after a visit with Mr. ' hero with hi Itlehmund, I visiting hor pent the G. C. Walker. and return Virgil Kinnainl und Dr. Kinnaird. Mr. Kmma KaulTnmn. f.ntlly. MU Mne I'owell ha gone to Miss .Marilee Lour will entertain, $2.85 L. & N. $2.85 Mr. J. II. I.utz ha returned to hi returned Nashville, Tenu., and will take a Mkn Marilee Lear ha Mr Val Cook, of Danville, visited tuarsii at I'anbody home in Harlan, after a week's visit Saturday afternoon at her home on Further reduction for children. taught In HMt graduate grambmothrr, Mr. Yl I.. Owsley, frtH Versailles, where she CuUvkv. to hi mother, Mrs. Marie K. I.utz, j I.oxington avenue with n bridge party, the I Huh School the past year. Tuesday. 18, 1922 and sisters, M lsvs Mattie and Sallie in nonor 01 ner guest, .tuts i icciy Sunday, Mr. Huch II. Wilson, of Crawford-ville- . I Homar, of Versailles. (Veil HaUwti is o.xpected home Mi l.uU. Mr W. T. Johnson, of Vine ItlulT. Ark., ha retumod homo after a Special train will leave Lnn-cattof Mr. and Mri. V. this week from Stuunton, Vn., whore Ktk . i the Mrs. Kd It im entertained the fol- visit with hi aunt, Mr. Kd I'ojs and 5:39 A. M., returning Mr. Marrs Swinebroad is spending the hni been a student thi year. Lear. Mr. l!o. the week in Danville with hi brother, lowing relative at a dinner Friday j will leave Fourth St. Station, Mr. (Seorge Swinebroad, and attend- evening: Mr. Lester Wilson, of Lula.i Cincinnati at 6:30 P. M. CenMr. Kphruim Hruwn ha returned Mr. Graham, He, an.! Mr. W. K. Mr. Claude Koyston, who !m been ing the Centre Commencement ex- Mi., .Mr. Hugh II. Wilson, of Craw-- , tral Standard Time, (7:30 P. from a vtit to her mother, Mr. R.x attended the Haccntauroate spending a few day with hi mother, fordsville, Ark., Mr. and Mrs. John M. City Time.) Klisaholh Simpson, in Lexington. ercises. at Hcrea. Mr. Mary Uoy.ston, returned to ChiL. Arnold, of Washington, D. C. and For futher information conMr. Stanley Milligan, representing cago Monday. J. K. (Shorty) Dickerson, with the Mrs. S. A. Walker and dnughter, sult Local Ticket Agent. Mux Alton Taswtia. after a ploas-an- t Lexington Dry (ioods Company, was pent a fowi w Danville, tuts the Lexington Herald, vtat ts rolati Mr. K. Lackey uml baby, of Kan. working Mndkon county last week Miss Georgetta Walker. I hours in last Tuoday. returned hme. :t City, Mo., are viliHg her mother, Jam! getting ihhc nice order. Lex- - A beautiful picturj- - of Mis Huth Mn. Henry Moore, Mma Kdith and' Mr. S. D. CochrnR and Mr. and Mr. Mia Klsi and Master Krnet lint- Miller appeared in Sunday' Courier insiton Herald. !d are spending a few weik with Henry Moore, Jr, are returning to W. II. lackey. Journal. Mis, Miller will be marMrs. Fisher Caines and son. Rob- ried June --'L'nd. to Dr. W. A. Wheel'r.nr grandparents, Mr and Mr. Lancaster this week, afN r several I Mis Killuh D.iwwo, Dr. ami Mrs. month stay in Citu nuati ert Currey, who have been visiting er, of Owentbaro Mis Miller i the T II Walter II. A. Dawes, Mr. a ad Mn. Owen her iter, Mrs, Margaret Currey daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Mill-e- r. M oreland and son were in Ceori;i-ti'w- n Itohlnson, returned to their home in of Louisville. Thi new will be last week. Danville Monday. read with a great dal of interest bjr ' Mr. ami Mr. J. K. Blwore Ikivo Mr. and Mr. Homer Highland have the many Lancaster friend of Dr. been spending a few ihij-- with IJev. taken rooms at the home of Wheeler, who practiced his itfoft. and Mrs. Henry X, FnuWonor In Mr. ami Mrs. J. II. Uwoo in Hill sion in thi city for Hw yoars. He Hillsboro. Ohio. Court, Mr. Highland U the clTicicnt is the son of Mrs. Dora Wheeler, of thi city. The Order of the Kastorn Star are auto painter, and top runewer for Haelden Itros. Garage. hosts thi evenitic at the MaoMfc Hall One of th most charming of Uh honoring the .Masons, wlvo, daughYour Feel Are Muster J. D. Manuel cnicrtuinml Carnival houm fwrtW is that bsttttg ; ter and mother. a number of his little friends last enturtatnetl by .Miss Farter Worth a Fortuncl Thursday, it being his tenth birthday. ut her home on K. Lexington avimu. e Mie A Hie Dunn ami Kdna Among limm eoaipuMnx thi Right now vthilc you Imc comhave returned frswi Queen's Col Interesting games were played and pany ftct hi thouhl lake are Miss Gertrude Swty, of lege, N. C, whore they have had deliKhtful refreshments were served. rare of them. You can't Chicago. III.. MU Kuth SpftnaeU-- , of have comfortable, kit if The little folk departed for their chair the past year. ou continue to wear ordihomos wishing J. D, many more Chlllachoti'. Ohio. Mr. Thud McDost-- n el, of Harrisburg. I'enn.. Mr. W. K. nary shoos with URglng Mr. I.ucy WaUwr IIihUoh and happy birthdays. arclio. Arch Preserver Yuw, of IlutTalo, N. Y., and our WB' i Mr. F. I'. Frwble have been recent Shoe vtilli the comcuUd Mr. and Mr. Ilea I visitor, of Mr. It. F. Norlleet went to Lan- Ktsl Cohorts. Mr. and Mr. Humphrey arch bridge kiep our feve vigorous and healthy becaster Tuesday and Wednesday to llorndtm enterlaiaed lU nichi wfeii Hudson, in Danville. cause a comfortable; and visit the Kustcrn Star chapter in her n beautiful tlinner. hitnorimt tmmt i -Lowest Highes- tnorma! support Is proMisso Virginia Conn and (Slndy capacity a a district otficial. She their married friotul. Diwvlttttj vided. Arc It I'rotcrvcr Hailing have returned to Wflmore to was accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Messcngur. Shoes arc in good tt)lc, be with their brother ami hitter, Mr. Henry Cleveland Wood who visited always, enabling you to SEED The following front Laixu4r lav e our f cct look as you and Mr. Bd I. Conn. the latter' brother, Mr. Farrn and with. the Ilunker Convention at family. Harrodsburg Herald. t Crab Orchard Spring lost Friday: J. Bushel. Late Mr. Abe Uurtou and Mrs. Jim $2.00 Mis Sule V. Conn entertained W. Klmoro, 1 Nealo Kimore, Capt. Matthew, of Wolf Trail ami Mr. iAS. W. SMITH with it lawn party last Friduy evening T. A. Klkin, J, J. Walker, S. - Gibbt, Frank Hibbard ami Mm. Annie d Buy your save money. nt her home near Lancaster. About C. M. ThomiMon, G. II. Swinebroad, and children were guests of lifty young people enjoyed the hos- Marr Swinebroad, Hugh .Mobloy, A. .Mrs. J. II. Witt last week. pitality of this popular young lady T. Sander, L. G. Ilavhlson, Wm. V. I Mi Susie V, Conn had as her and nil say they hail the most de Miller, Sherley Hudson, W. A. Doty, nouse guosu tne past week tno lightful time of their live. Delict- - Mi Ileruduui HngU). It. L. lowing charming young ladle: Miss im refreshment were served and thu T. C. Kankin, - C. King. J. - Gill. es many nailing, 01 lU'nyon, .Minn.; gust. departed at u lute hour ex J. K. Slorme und wife, l'aul P. tt LANCASTER, KY. The Red Front Virginia Conn, of Wlliuore, and Mar. pressing the hope that Mis Conn and K. I Law ion. There were garct and Kstlc" Conn, of Lancaster. would entertain again soon. 147 in all registered for the Hank and ers Dinner at the Springs, in addition to the regular Spring guest., and had it not rained It is said that not less than two hundred or more banker would have attended from all over the Kighth Congressional District This wek the File Insurance Underwriters are holding a three-daconvention at the Spring. y. i 11 Mrs. Edwin Hubbard n, Gossip About People vv d s r .1. m-an- t - .' . wktd grand-mothe- r, CINCINNATI, OHIO . ; June rul cr er-"i- I j Fresh FISH I im 4 ' Direct from the cold waters of the north. 9cts lb -Price POTATOES Planting Per Tires here and Hut,, llur-kel- Quality ed For llib-bar- Sanders Variety Store y M'm1 w;nsTr I- Kl-llo- 9 The Central Record; Lancaster, Ky., Thursday, June I 5, 922 1 JANET'S REWARD By ELIZABETH M. DUKES BXKoooacKoooooooo . Illl, bjr McClur .S.ixp.p.r kimhmk "My hcstens, Jnnell I.ik how jou waste, time ieellnit tliu-x- ' sihiiIs; ulij don't J "il boll them, Jacket nlHl iiMT Jutit't'H lironti i')cs llHsluil; the lopeles look riniKKetl lion ii the of u normally sweet nioutli. "Uh, Dick I Yoli never thin tt winters how 1 do lliltici, nml ull my lesson mi making u home Nttnh tnr ure JiiMt wnstetl on you, )w J cure, mi inntler how liunl I tiy." "I'm no wiftyl (live me i Snili nml n pluce to sleep, ami ul.at do I i ii re about your fnlili-ruoti I lie table I .Shine iii Ihr tla plates Posies In a nun:!" t A sneer twistPil Ills none t expression still more, its the imuii swum; out of the cnliln. Janet let her busy hands linn. liHe a moment In utter dlycourtiKriiient. , She hud pulled her chair Into the where, ns she peeled tile potatoes, her eye could sweep over A vtlde ranee down the creen mountainside to & valley threaded with the silver rh-wel- l of river. The jtrent peaks tow. eretl aealn on the farther Mile, blue, erven mid pMimlerful. The clotMl reted on their crests and cool ulntl rame drifting over to the lonely girl hut these hrousht no message, of omiv fort tiMlny. A hnppy girlhood In the valley school had been Janet'. The girl alt worked for their board and she Imd delighted to put Into practice the dnlnty houi'hold devices the school taught. It only n year ago t lint the U'n death of her quiet, liardworklne father had brought her back to the cabin of the brother who refused to provide more money for "schooling tnught by old maids?" l t pnek of Dick bad never cared to know anything better than the aqualld mountain way. A -- batch'" round of yellow with wxla, meat cooked canned gowls to racs and illd not deem to have sickened him. Ml least, he sauced the food Jnnel tnixt carefully with hi sneers. The year a hi housekeeper seemed like eons to the poor girl; how long had It really been since she had heard word of appreciation and courtesy? After all, what was the use of try-l- g any more) Why mix the biscuits weep owl according to rule, why tcruh and polish the tinware until It those like llver, why put mountain pinks In a tumbler for the center of the table? She won only mocVery nwi tcorn, even before the rough stranger who sometimes shared bed and board it their cabin. The blue of the distant ponkr teemed to swim tike a blue lake through her bitter tear. There wns a mournful wall In the wind It was saying, "No uel Ynn are doomed to beold slattern before come a you are thirty." The discouraged little bead wa still bent beneath Its burden of chestnut s braids when what was that? I Yes, and a strange voice. "I'm sorry to bother you, but I enn't ride farther without a glass of milk. I . you have a cow pastured here, but I'll be grateful for condensed '." Tho man. hut In lintid. smiled pleasantly nt her as b,e xnnk down on the doorstep with n Jingle of spur. "There's milk If you wish It," Janet replied, with a bright tinge of color concealing the tear Mains; "but It Is almost noon. Surely you will stup hers If u long ride to the next cubln." "I didn't Intend to," was the Inuglf Ing confession, "for I'd rather ride empty than swim In grease us at most of these shuck. Hut your I a real picture place; and can It be I smell baked beans?" "You sniell my regular Saturday dinner," said Janet. He did full Justice to Janet's food symphony In brown mid gold; the fluffy mashed potatoes, yellow wild crejm, the smoking beans topped with crisp pork, the steamed brown bread stuccoed with plump raisins, unit the custard pie whose thick and golden filling quivered uml?r a meringue light us foam mid out ii crust tltat crumbled with flaky rlchnesi.. Dick ale In silence for once; perhaps the stranger's compliment fttr the menu twisted hi mouth n bit. but unho tuld nothing, lie did jmt til Steve Sargent, the new furejtt ranger, hnd risen relmtiintly from tint f hlnlns white idlrloth and start! wt lis wuy, Dl-- even grumbled hh tllHtlou when Surgent timwnnnl Vts Would be bark that way next wottfc. This Is u place to ride fosttMg ft days to get to at lust I boH I Oum't wear out my wekoiue. but I'm Hfmbi iHner." I'm going to try to this "If at tlrst you iloti't succeoil,. try. try uguln!" Iwih4 Jhui. reJismlug tear hand from Ssnwnt ii hiwrty dWjhh thut yet Iwd HuMietbliig In U m tender and reverent thut s)h) wm m dream of It hw4lv "Thut's a mighty giiosl fi4bw If the tnles I'M) beard ure O. K," mtkl I) n he swung onto hi own horse. "11 honied to take quite n shine to ymtr fancy ways, Janet. WouMn't be u bwl tlftng for me to stand In with him f rmr-ner- s !.-( To Users Of Gasoline and Motor Oils YouVe too much at stake in your motor equipment to be "spoofed " by mere claims about this or that thing in a gasoline or motor oil. -- fr Ul 'i ml-clot- h 1 isi-sn- iloor-ttny- technical terms doirt insure you all the pep, power, mileage, safety and satisfaction you are entitled to in a motor fuel or lubricant. But the word "Standard" does. And that's why it is the d and the stand-b- y of the biggest xisers of gasoline and oils everywhere. High-soundin- g buy-wor- torn-foo- g pre-pare- d You can't "spoof" the big users. They know the dependability of the Standard Oil products and the responsibility of the Company back Gasoline that it is universally called specified by the U. S. Government. . 'The Perfect Motor Fuel." It's even tcitsr than the requirements , dull-eye- of them. They know that if there were a better gasoline than Ne.v Crown or a better motor oil thar, Poiarine. the Standard Oil Company would have it for them. But "there aint no sich animal," no matter who says there is. So good, so uniform, so dependable and so economical is New Crown New Crown is made right here in Kentucky by o Kentucky firm, the Standard Oil Conipany (Kentucky) in its own refinery at Louisville, from which ycu get it fresh at all times a firm that for 36 years has been a vital part of the business activities of the state of Kentucky and the economical life of its people. IIot-bent- Don't be "Spooied-B- uy back of which satisfaction. is CROWN the "Always Reliable" Standard Oil Products New Crown Gasoline, Poiarine Oils and Greases. GASOLINE AND POLARINE DEALERS STANFORD AND LANCASTER. KY. S. It. Fuley, Hacklty, Ky. Conn & Conn, LancaMrr, Ky. Hailcy Garagi-- , Stanford, Ky. Little & Hamsey, .Manie, Ky T, !(. Kuhlman, Lowell, Ky. Watklns Motor Co., Stanford. Ky. O. N. Hatlleld, Ilettls. Ky. Alion Conlvy, Stanford, Ky, ?rab Orchard Sprinc Hotel C.. Orafc Or. Wriirht & Xoe, Stanford. Ky. chnrd, Ky. J. II. Uiwretice, Stanford, Ky. V. C. Cummins, I'rttarhersville, Ky. Stanford Service Station, Stanford, Ky. J. M. Sandunt & Son, Marknbury, Ky. Service Garutte, Crab Orchard, Ky. K. C. Uowllntr, Huena Vista, Ky. V. (. Murphy, Hubble, Ky. U'm. Simpon, TeatiTsvllle, Ky. A. K. AlbriKht, Hro.lhead, Ky. CROWN GASOLINE DEALERS Ihueltlun llroi., Lancaster, Ky. Patrick & Son, I'aint Aek, Ky. J, S. Skinner, Marcellui, Ky. Anderixin Ilros., Stanford, Ky. Deeker & ISallard, Hryantsville, Ky. Crab Orchan! Motor Co., Crnb Orchard, K7. Nouh Mnree, Jr., Hryants1llu, Ky. T. II. Tuylor, Crab Orchard, Ky. J. K. Amlerson, Point Leavell, Ky. Cass Ilro.. Garace, llrodhead, Ky. POLARINE DEALERS McCrenry, Ky, Askin & Molit-riy- , Scott Ilros., HyntUviUe, Ky. a responsibility that is your guarantee of maximum pep, power, safety ana And buy them from these, your own home dealers: r it 'If lm - '' tat-- New HW sssssssssK -- stissssssssssPsPssPsssssssssW BB I SB ssK Issssl F A ssssssssssssl 1 isV SMMSjj T I t w ,11 issssssss. issssssssssssssssssssslH r. 1 ssssl k m j ssssssssssS ssssssssssssssssW h tsssssssV sssssssssssssl sssssl sssm if ssssl ssssssssssssssssssssssssm If, as she watched that distant fl ure turn to wave her a parting sjJute With bit broad ranger' (it. Janwl only nodded lu response; her eyes were fixed on the peak hcyoHtl. They were still swimming like n blue lake, but her tear were happy one now. 'What If I hud given up In before today?" she asked dlscour-Mfcemeher-M-i- r, lumber reason." Motor Fuel ft The Perfect nt The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, June 15, 1922 Capital $50,000.00 Surplus $60,000.00 Honor Roll Bank. 4 per cent paid on time posit!. Call and see us. J. J. Walker, President. u SOCIAL GLIMBcnS deBy ETHEL I. STETSON Pimples Keep Young Men Down! Taty Malta Women, Too, How S. S. S. Stop Slttn Eruption Positively. r W. F. Champ, V. O. Itlgney, Au'U to the PreilJent. (5. Davidson, Cashier. I J, I.. (iill, Assistant Cashier. V. F. Miller. AMiitnnt Cashier. Mr. Naomi Hamilton, Teller. t, CITIZENS NATIONAL LANCASTKK. BANK. KV, Cnrncr Public Square nrul Danville Street. manufacturer in the Unitcil States tire inspected n often an Containers Up lo Full Slie,, ,y the department, ami the ex. I pern-nr- e ha hern that the mnnufitc- turer arc ready to correct any de A "short" tomato basket masquer-adlng a a till basket. The fects in n desire to turn out basket United State Department of Agricul- of standard size. Hut the departOn the ment cannot get around to all manuture picks up the till," the facturers, who are therefore being "trail of the troublr-tern- e urcod to have their form frenurnui chaw is failed. I'artly through desire t con- Iv lMsneclo.1 n.l In submit firm to the wishc of the shippers of their output to the department to II.. ,,--- ,,,.,,. ., ..v because of failure to I... ........I ami partly . have the basket form Inspected fre- woum aiso appreciate me ticsirauii-- , quently, container far short of the it of uniform containers, the tan- standard measure were being made dar.l .at :,n uf ontninrrs would be al matter, soys the department. e weri" being made I till basket for fruits and vegetable are frequently the result of careless handling of the forms uei in manufacturing iv container, the department points .mt. Propping the forms on the ll or or otherwise inishnn.l'.ng 'hem tan( rasily knock them out of shape Forms and containers of numerous IvicKUUtKli UKUla oTOKE pos-Kee- ps 1 LShort-measurShort-measuI Frequent Inspection lakct istilnliiKI glad .ni wnnttst to come. "We on-sCousin Mack." IVrhnps her simple, wnrm greeting surprised blm. ns il!.l Hi.' ohl harmichi I t wt,ri him. At imy rntO both plens.sl blm, e Aa tlw hnrnnrhe rolled thrnuK'b what came puffing and rT oppe loiijrli!- - bnt n hutf louring rar: -- k, whs iutifuily inscsttwd i Uw nnd .Vint Kugenla finty-tosimlth at bv.iuilfnlly within. With hrlefvst n tn tlttlo Onle, lie o cfUin-imp'.- phned y""tlg mm r m,i.Jk. Malcolm Crnno as tho jounccst ami ty most brllllniit dramatist of Ills After completing tils ploy, "JWIul Climbers," ho burled himself In tin.' little tint ll of Ashtoti for eowplote re--t Kti'ii there u not.' rt itched lilm fnmiu who occupied a Mrs. Iiniytim-Hiiillh- , largo villa In a near-btown. Would Mr. Ornne honor her household bj In Its midst j Mnl. a week-encolm Crane disliked being feted; but bud dissltici! this Mrs. Urn) covered hi proximity sotnctiilng must tie done. She wrote! "I shall inert you, iiersotinlly. If nt Vrrndatt Station. In ruse prevent, my dnimliter K. gcnlu, will be there In my place." of At Ibis time the lending cr.x-oVenidnli wns planning to entertiilti a distant mule relntlvo from tbo west. Ilelng n busy ntirl n wle fmivr bo arrange.! to tut vv lits daughter, bewitch-In- g (Senli', meet bis guest. Ami so It liaptx-iici- l Unit when tbo tniln which was to bring Sirs. Iirnytmi .Smith's week-enguest pulled Into Verndnle Station a sweet cimntry girl shyly miti forward to grift n pretentious, but lb O. Illl. Ir lltlur. r n ,N.l(r Lexington Puulet Herald do-pirc- 1. hava is Price, jroii pay for every pustule, l.lar k.lirml nn.l pimple on your fare, rimplrs product, prejudice ami prevent prosperity. Vour ticart may t cold. . R. P. Will It 1.1 Tsn f thft rro,hlni; Dmrles nn.l skin eruption pos-stbl- riuJ if? Central Kentucky's tfront morninK ncwspanor, to call to the attention of the people of Lancaster and stirroundino; territory that there Is a special 'ruck run for the benefit of its subscribers and paper reaches you in early morning hours. The price of The Lexington Herald by mall for one year, H DAILY AND SUDAY IS $7.50; DAILY ONLY FOR ONE YEAR IS .$6.00 r .LUi3vLLLLk but who wants to kiss eruptions? men uWt look like tho owners anything;, limply women, too, aro puiiles, wltlt no prospects ami no power. Toung men ami women, here's The Herald is delivered by carrier to your home 'at a most moderate rate. SUBSCRIBE NOW!' IIMHM ot A In Football. Life Is full of tips nnil ilotvns nml It tlikes ll wise felloiv lo limke b iluwns help blm hnvnrili bis goal. Itoston d Emergency Aid for a Cut. finger when busy In the kltrtit-t- t put a small piece of ciistn linen titer the cut and then put mi your tlilnililc until yon hive lime tn ctto th liHittor r Let-tt-- If you shoiihl cut the tip of your pi-r- - i. lr: ti ' the positive way out. Ihyslca an.l purcatlvra will fall What you nee.1 Is it scientific bkml.clennser. H. H. H. Is one of the most powerful destroyers uf l.ksN) Impurities. .You can prove . this .. tn n ....... . Sm,! in by m iary t mlllhins ot pie just like yourself. It Is conil.tere.1 one of tho most powerful vegetable Moral. purifiers ami In rilstence. That's why you hear of so many umlerweleht people) puttinc on hut flesh In a hurry, why you hear of so many rheumatics lielnn free.1 from this scourge, with H. H. H. SUrt to.lay with K 8. H. and eo your Uco clear and your skin net ruddier, your flesh firmer. It will itlre you a boost In your career. X. H. H. Is S..1.I at all drue stores, in two sixes. Tho Urccr lo Is the tuuro economical. I flesh-bulkle- rrnncrlpt. The Pllmtoll Line, lly the riliiioll line Is Mistnt the murk on n ship, which, by the llritlMi merchant shlpplnc act of forced , llirough piirllainrnt by Ssmucl iiImivi; wiiter, thu slbb ihiiM be I'Hin-soil- MlteRlloii. A Cetk-and-Bu- pretentlng "Mr. Crime, owe ten thousand apologies. Tliero was troulilo wtfh the 1 was car ond horribly delaywl. Of I )i O. O. O. 1 Drug Store." lor Ole at JlCitObertS I SAVE MONEY WHEN YOUNG ENJOY IT IN AFTER LIFE V'Unj: men who would enter the decline of life In comfortable circumstances should beg n to nave now. The approved pvxlrrn methoj of saving is n saving account in the home bank. This bank invites young men and young women to join it family of savings depositor. One dollar opens a Ktvinrt account, and any um may be deposited thereafter THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. S. C. DENNY, Cnthier. Capital $50,000. Surplus $50,000.. Honor Roll Dunk BUCKEYE W uii Mr. M Mesr. Oscar Itay, Olhe K Hogie, W S meetiii-oc- - Thursday after Whdtaker and Mi Nettie Kay ere m Nichol.isville Friday. at three p..,.!. Frank Land and ton, Charlie, ha, returned r:,,ii.. home ,,e i ,,., tere in Hiehmom! .Saturday vmU wt.h hi ' t'otwe to church Sunday evening tiers. i rid hoar th MtrmoN tu the young Mmut Ucille Sanders. Ethel Itay ...lies. iami Sallio I.tHi Tttaler were week-enMsss Irvst lml )ns rttUirnesI homo guostit of MIm Sadie ItnNton at Faint if ter n woofc's vWt with rtJnUves nt IJck. Markaieury. Mr. and Mrs. It. V Sander, Mr. Mr. ami Mrs. Dave I.sng and and Mrs. Forest Noel, Mr .ami Mr. mutator, .Mario, Wit Frblay Ir Dewey Price entertained several rela-tiand friends to dinner Sunday. R.chwrottd. Mr. l.rn Nael ami family and Han't throw your money to the M IWrl Matthew wrw in Klch- - bird. It is bail for their digestion. "ml Friday. Manufacturing machinery may be Mrs. V. K. Whittaker and son. Wen vinting Mrs. fieo. Marseo, collecting rust, but the political ie ' llutt.ville. brand i stil Ion the hum. d a week's aunt, Mrs. It. W. San- - after Hail Destroys Millions of Dollars lnd1o.l!,'','lt''ucl"o stairs within tbo iun "p Day iS: May Get lion ol dollar, with only o small pait covrird by iniur.ince. Yet, the amount of intuiancr teceived by tttowrii. who h.id tho fuietight thus lo piolect thrnneltes ugaintt sucb losi. was enormous and should make rvety ciuwri not only feel thtt netrsiity ol insutuiK his tobacco ctop ngaintt had storms loss but to do that ety thing and do ll at once. Ol IvDOvVV Yours Any Say: 1- ST month W. B. DICKERSON W. 0. RIGNEY nre given "I mut usk .mi to make your looner than those which adieu to the )miiig la.ly, bcciiuw average form care, according to J It mother Is anxiously intuiting your Smith, poultry extension specialist of In fact, some of tho guests the College of Agriculture. .Mo.-- t hav begun to urrlve for tho giinlffi pullets raised on the farms of Kenparty we urt gllng; nml mother hits tucky start laying when they art .arrange! for tdit or two scenes from about ten month old in spite of the jour wonderful new play, to bo In the theater nt fact that n small amount of attention So, )ou mm, there Is not much and care would bring them into laying when they are from ix to seven time to spare." Residence Phone 33. OtllcefPhone 18. The young man twlnkle.1. MI ti Getting eggs three months old. Ml (.elile, bert'. Is titi of the months earlier at a time when egg sin gueMsV price are likely to be high is an im"No, Str. Ornne, It happens that she portant factor in increasing the profIs not." Then, as n soc!al fitvor, allow me its from the flock, .Mr. Smith has to eitcn.l to her my (mtsohoI Invi- pointed out. tation. "It is important that the growing U'fs .lrlve over tn tho Falling of Mankind. Peculiar Toothache "Remedy.'' Miss (ienle. Wit will meet you stock be separated from the rest of .... ........ ... . . - u mi mi. ok ........- -. mini at nrie People of the Middle aces bellevp.1 i nt Tain lew prvM'iitty, .Mls Ktnltli." the flock and placed on rnnge in orI rs the best remedy for mi ut lung tooth Khen. "If tie averag? man was as nnx-t- o .Mis nugetitn or der that it will have it chance to tie- ... .1.1 .1... I ... -be nn iippll. i.tioti of nr(Knt's skin iotts tn do bis Mian- - of tie work ns he normally It also is .(v,.i. nr.. 8 to hold up his end cf a quarrel." t,. r.,.tn . x cIoPPnra the cockrcl fromadvisable steeped In tie r the pul Mack? and wtIio under n' norn-l- .- It0 All Sprang From Dreimt. Hindoo Superstition. fienlo wns lta a oon n lex can bo determined Plume? I net or knew." Only thoso cockrcls which nre need. Thore Is not n single Invention If any evil portent occurs while a which drew Oenle's ed for breeding purnoe The hotM should bo Hindoo Is out he often returns home, achieved by man from the making of barouche was old and fat. Tho jroung kept. The pullets should be placed imnkt's, nnd proceeds nfreli. One of the first stone nx to the construction of the latest model !n airships man and mnlil nrrltcd nt Tnlrvlow" on range where there is plenty of their tot ciirleiis superstitions is to has not hud a dream behind It. that when the guests were already II. good colony homo to filip tho tlim. li nn.l middle linger ufter Addliigtnn shade and a In the theater. All attention nice. a mt i. wns ilrnwn fMin the stacv nnd direct- protect them from bad weather. ThU ed iixn the nutlior nnd the lovely girl, house should be well ventilated and Wife' Privilege to Purchase Food. Repulsive Dlrds. whom Airs, Iiroyton-Smltconducted atrord protection from rat, weasel The greatest blrtl gourmand Is tho That It I the wife's privilege. In alt to conspicuous seats, and other small animal. It i vulture of southeast Europe. Seven clases of society, lo lay out the When the curtain hint lieen drawn that the pullet have plenty of vultures enh strip the enrenss of a money for food, wus the diet u in laid m the last scene Mrs. Day room in the house, thl being especial-l- y horse In bnlf nn hour. After such a down by a London (HnclHttd) magis mail." n studied and elaliomte speech, true in the fall when over crowd-in- g men! tlmv mn (Iv onle n feu mr.li trate In deciding a miitrlmonlHl tils- Inlnxlucing Mr. Mnrolm Crnne. On' bodies, Ipute, which un'se because the on cool night i apt to start an Ther stand with puffed-ou- t young author of nathm-widfflme. wlnrs. nnd blood shot eyes, jbnnd, dissatisfied with bis meals. de-outbreak of roop. liitirel-rrolied one ros nmlilt Tlie Uttering bhlceus cries, jcldetl to pur. huso the food himself. "A balance.! ration fed throughout heavy applause. "Isn't It wonderful? Such pole!" the summer help the pullets to grow "N'ollce bis forehead and eyes!" properly. Many of the leading n "Yes, Perhaps you unmarried. of the State have found that know- - Kugenla. Hut who Is that perbest result arc obtained when u fectly exquisite girl with hlmV regular laying ration is used. A "S h, what Is he saylngV "Mrs. Iirnjton Smith. Indie and gen- good mash for thist purpose con b 100 tlemen, a mistake hits lseu uuide. I nmile of 100 pounds of bran. .... .. . ...t. am nt Mr. Mnlrotm Cram'. My name luiumis oi snorts, sti upoumis ot corn i (gj. EXTRAVAGANT? . . .1 ...! tvi Is MiieMllInn June;, and much ns It "...I n.i.i too IUU1I1J l.. VIt tailhltKv Ol pleases mo to accept your pmlnw ns moat serup. This should be keptl'fjl tho author of that tvnounetl ptect' of before the bird at all time in a e;f-- , Mi literature. 'Siolnl Climbers,' I can lay feotler. They also To allow a child to become e.iravay;aiit, no matshould b given ,'w claim to a lesser glory only. Indeed. as much grain a they oat of the dry It2 parents may be, is to seriously ter how well-oftth- e 1 ntu tint even nn invited guest nt this If plenty f sour skimmilk jwrty. I cuine tbrougli the extreme mash. interfere with the development of its character. kindness of my rousln. Miss fJelile or buttermilk is nvnikhW, tankage Extravajrnncu breeds idleness and a lack of apItatigrin, whose fatlwr. my imele. Is, I or meat scrap can be left out of the preciation of values. A pampered and grtx-e- r believe, the lending of this mush, lit addition to the (train ana town. Ilttt. iitlow me to sny, In case mash, ground limetone or oyster child can never really experience those joys and you liave tmt alrendv tsinbllshel in shell, some form uf grit an I plenty pleasures that are the birthright of childhood. ymir liiti4i.bt Hint much Herrttllt.Hl scletitltl. aid. I nm here In tntrodui-- e of fresh water should be kept before G the birds at all turns tho MafMlltati Jtwiw Woshlng M luugh.il. Kmttlu !.. b t us .Irtve you to Talr- view as ipilrkly as MslbIi'." The joung man eeeintil In nowise I'ulleta which ore given proper care) eager to hustt from th.i barouche. "Well, this Is a sltuutlon," he and attention during the summer will Pullets Lay Sooner If Given Good Care start laying at least three Birds With tlead Arcetltes. Iluzznnls anil hntvks nr nig enters. Kant' Scottish Orfgln. The former, of course, prefers cnrrlon, i fix tt.tt'lr Ilk.. ffii unit .ml t..M ...... I LTH. itr-.- J ItiUl ...... Iir,... ll,. I,,.. fin lliimine pn. i manr', n.lMl ..liltnannK..- - mtu .... l,l. purity for mice and similar small ter- - of the world's Immunol, wns tt Scot- - s r. It crmxlfnther was nn mln. ami tines not lieslfiiti- - lo swoop tuh ihmp on ii chlrk.'ii run when hungry, 'ruilcruiit fem s.i.tinnd. named Cunt In on.' .lay h tilts twlru his own and the mi e v. ,ih tm t. i:t- -l to Knnt weight of food. ( conform le the Lenimr. tongue. J 4 I r 1 bate the ithrasc reajljr , dales from l'rlor (ICOMTSt) "Cocks and I ulK ami Huir-- asd I tits- - tale ml fo.dt.ti rlMtts." oxptHMtteHns tale. Many This Is thp term eln sncUfSK'd. lnnltr Iut Ma-tho- Story, of an iMtxwMbt kstUMUMI W. 0. RIGNEV & CO. .1 Funeral Directors and Embalmers Lancaster, Kentucky. l.-- .l i- k M 1 e poul-trymo- I Z I ARE YOUR CHILDREN ' ovor-indulp-- rhlne. ..f which, ns ymi might say, nmthe nutlrnr," As Mr. MaeMlllan .Iiies beside Ml nettle llangrin What Dr. Halley gi--'c.- operativa Assacislion, upon congratulating ait insurance com J"ny on lowrring its rates on tobacco had insurance, said, 'Wilhui ), period that I have had had insurancr I have had four severe lostrs. The money I received escerdrd considerably what I paid in, to say nothing ol my peace of inliid that 1 was d fully protected in case ol a storm. I have always carrying bail Insurance on tobacco without which every grower lakes a chance to lose all. Willi it he can. in safety, go crop which requires, as doc into the business ol producing tobacco, so much labor, lime and money. Now that the iluiley Crowers hake gone Into an organisation lo handle their business lit a modern economic buiinessdika way. see no reason why all growers can not take out insurance on the reduced rales ihe companies are now quoting. Look up the insurance agent in your section now, and let him protect you against lite loss ol your tobacco. Policies elleclivo July lOlh, noon. advo-cale- & home they met n by with n yellow eriielH In his cup. Valuable Illustrated DooU Sent i'reowhich b held In his bands, lelstirelr '!. thi imin- if v rtf 1 t -fV? f Ull'VI I making his way up tin. "airflow" rnetlwd t anntt.tut. t tbr ,an,m" unneeratary ,,t f f".Hwhj up tu Use msmcr,, drive. s4 Ks Hr. n it tuny llabfSnld MurMlllflti .Tones: .U1 i ir- i miikib.. Iwt llmt's that man Crtino' "I'll lok, -- MIH.huo4 b. the lUbr." TtlU whst to of explnnntlons runl or do (wfore snJ after ....... drvo 1 Child-birt- h Itr - ,Mj?t' ' ' 'eit 4 PER CENT ON . Vry True. It ll.lr K.n.r.'icr. X. A blgnmM. I a mnn who hn tf RuUtfrs. ami soM it all druf iWir. rrhire. married one wlfo too tunny. "Milker's I'rUnd" U rsterssUjr, is safe, V. And so Is n monogamist nt trie frcm nsrrotira, per- Milt. ...l.r hAtur.l tr.,1. limes. Louden Answers. renrts duriss es- liutraent uf nnueies rectanty and ihlU.tlilh. t'Xil u.mr It Might In Thl Cast. Mis. t' K. Kerstr, SUsWn, Minn., ssrst ? 8nJ fvr U.V AU "II vull.J rue through.1 "I thank my tnrn la UrsJrt.U lUnul.lor Co., UA-"Stars bavo nothing to do with your lanta. Ca. "Mother's 1'lLoJ- - Is suU at U ut run. luccess," "I don't ktimv about that. I'm a Qlui McROBERTS DRUG STORE protlucer." rvmrt, prvtUe date uf sn.l Urtk. Uly rules. et about "ilolber's tier J." TIME AND SAVINGS S. g at r The Garrard Rank IL Trust Hn see nil w M I s mb vs sftstiii KY. aiuwi vw LANCASTER, We sell travelers Cheques, which arc good in the United States and all forein countries. a 4 i Cool Safe-Cta- m- The Centrat ftecord, Lancaster, Ky.. Thursday June 15, 1922 Tuesday night. Miss Margaret Scott, of Lancaster, with Mr. and Mrs (spent the week-en- d A T Scott, Jr. Mer. C. M. Dean and Henry lluble went to Latonla Thursday to attend the races. Mr nnd Mm. I'. II. Kincaid, of Cor bin. hnve been the guests of Mr. and Mrs. M. O. Kennedy, Mr. M. O. Kennedy, Mrs B. C, Mayme Ballard were j Rose nnd Miss n Danville tutuniny. Mr. nnd Mrs. Carl Curtis, of Rich with Mr. muml, spent the week-end )OI- I- STOVES Easy here with his mother, Mrs. Belle Tom linson. They made the trip from Toledo In their Franklin c.1r. Work ha been progrelng very rapidly the last few days, tearing down the old rock wall In front of the Methodist church. Excavating and grading will also be done and a new stone wall nnd also concrete walks and steps made, which will add greatly to the appearance of the handsome new church. Redpath CHAUTAUQUA i? ATTRACTIONS Community Fair A meeting of some of the most nnd Mr.. Jns. Sutton, progressive citizen of lower Gorranl 7th., at which the Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Swope, Mrs, was held June It. K Swope and Mrs. C. C. Becker preliminary arrangements were made for the Community Fair at Bryants were In Danville Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Jeff" T. Dunn, Mr. J. ville. Harry P. Edwards was elected Dunn, of Lexinicton, were here i II Sunday a short time calling or President and J. W, Gulley Secretary The following committees were ap ' friends. pointed: Mr. nnd Mrs. II. I Elder, of Nlcho Poultry Department lasville, were the guestn a few days INCLUDING (I. N. It. P, Broun, chainnan; last week of Mr. nnd Mrs, J. Began Pence, Mrs. Jas. Su'ton, Mrs. Ed Per Ballard. kins and John N'nylor, Mr. and Mrs. N. T. Grow, Mr. and Live Slock Department Mrs. It. I. Brown attended the Dream We have the kind of an oil stove you want. Angle Sanders, Chairman; J. H. Great Comedy Drama City exposition Friday evening, in Kdwards, J. T. Center, J. M. Ed Lexington. We know it, you will know it when we show you how wards, X. J. Gosney, Henry Montit FRIENDLY The Brynntsvllle ball team played gomery, W, C. Boie, It. L. Burton, simply and how safely they operate. Camp Nelson on the local field Sun S. Skinner, Joe Hamilton, II. C. day, Bryantsville winning by a score Buble and Boy Broaddus. Come in this week, as we now have on hand a of 18 to 3. Canning Department AIIStar I Mrs. C. M. Dean. Chairman; Mrs. Miss Myrtle Campbell has return splendid stock of oil stoves rcaonably priced. BLUE led home after n three weeks visit Ollle Dean, Mrs. A. B. Swope. Mrs. MALE Mrs. Louis Broaddus, to her aunt, Mrs. K ,D. Coolcy, "at B. L. Rose, RIBBON AND PERFECTION. and Mr. Ben Nay lor. Cartcrsville. Sewinc Department I Nevin Company Mrs. J. S. Skinner entertained Bruner, Chairman; Mrs. Leslie Tuesday with a family dinner in hon Mrs. Brad Cunningham, Mrs. J. j or of Mr. and Mr. Hugh Tomlinson, Edwards. Mrs. Hnrry Edwards, Mrs. of Toledo, Ohio. Cox Company G. A. Bowling, Mrs. Henry McAfee, i .Mr. caivin liuiett ilellvoreil a Mrs. W. C. Bote and Miss Elita Won.) bunch of lambs to Mr. T. V. Duck Vegetable Uepartment .worth. In Nicholasvllle this week. Mrs. A. J. Uice, Chairman; Mrs. BRYANTS VI LLE NEWS Kublick Company Mr. Hulette received 12 He per lb. J. I), ltankin. Mrs. Ollle Itankin. Mrs. for them. M. Edwards, Mrs. J. A Trumbo, J. and Latest Happenings From Garrard's West End Capitol Mrs. Jennie Kubanks and daugh- and Mrs. Lee Grow. Cooking Uepartment Bernicc (By Miss Mayme Let Ballard) ter. Miss Anna Lee Kubanks, of Mr. J. W. Gulley, Chairman; Mrs. Stanford were here recently, guests Mr. Ed H. Kayo spent Thursday friends In Danville thii week for the of Mr. nnd Mrs. Ed Perkins nnd Mr. Owen Moreland, Mrs. Will Swope, Mrs. It. P Brown, Mrs. Edd Grow, in Lexington. .Carnival. and Mrs. G. C. Bom. Special Mrs. Floyd Curtis, Mrs. Mason Pol- Mr. R. K. Swope left Wednesday Bev. A. I. Jones, of Wilmore, Mr. and Mrs. W. B, Cunningham lanl, Ml Bessie Crouthorn, Mi-spent Sunday with Mr .and Mr.. J. and guests. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh for Minnesota. Gulley. Edwards, Mr. J. L. Watkins, of Lexington,' of Toledo, Ohio, went to LexFloral Department was here Thursday on business. p. Brown am c. C. ington Friday to attend the "Dream Lectures on erJt . Mr. J. II. Ballard. Chairman. Mrs. Becker were in Cincinnati on busi City Style Show." Miss Amy Dawes is at home from B. C. Itosc. Mrs. Clyde Sander?., Miss Georgetown College for her wmmtrjw" Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Tomlinson left Mayme Ballard and Mis Bettie Itoyv vacation. Dr. and Mrs. Rose attended the Tuesday to return to their home at ton. Fruit Department Miss Jane Bowling is the guest of Dream C ty Exposition at Lexington Toledo, Ohio, after a ten days vfsit Mrs. K. II. Ballard. Chairman; Mrs. Norman Grow, Mrs. Joe Skin ner. Miss '.illah Dawes, MUs Jane Howling ami Miss Myrtle Bublv. Athletic Department Mrs. Dawes, Chairman; Miss Ora Adams, Owen Moreland, J. II. James Thompson. Farm Product! Season Ticket $3.00 Norman Grow, Chairman, W. T. Doolm. John Hicks, K. V. Perkins, Leslie Buble, Floyd Curtis, A. B. Swope, Jamet Sutton, Green Bow-- ( CHAUTAUQUA line. A. J. Uice and Dr. B. C. Roe j Interesting talks were made by' Mr, Angle Sanders on I'ig Club Work I and by Mr. A. J. Biee on more upj farming and live stock im- ' ' provements. F.ach committee is expected to meet and have their list of exhibit. I prepareil and ready for consideration AS ADMINISTRATOR OF R. H. TOMLINSON, DECEASED, . WE WILL at the next meeting which is to be' held at Bryantsville school house oni and Mr Caleb John- - ' MT. HEBRON 1 ,.. SELL ON ... t' !.... !.... t...l f vtjuyjMi'i , num.- - ..iju., ut "..(1 fi , .it. i ;ju Vista, were guests of Mr r i Mr. As many as can whose names are Mr Karl Grow bought of Mr. M. I Win. Vanderitoel Sundat on the above committees are earnest Montgomery a calf, price 2'J. There were no ly requested to attend and all chair Miss F.lva Jennings spent lait week Thursday evening on c,jnt if men who cannot be present should rain. Mr. Harrison. Dean Nicholasville. stmt their list to the secretary on or with relatives in duct the services Thursda) ,vg Mrs. Wm. Crawford and children, ueiore inai uaie. ! .... i i. come ana, re in this vicinity r.verj uouy lei s snow of Sulphur Well Caw Chow and Crrmn Dairy Fred, our neighbors what Bryantsville can Saturday afternoon. Horse and Mule Feed. Try a tick do. Mr. Taylor Inne and wife moved odajr. Hudton A Farnau, to the house recently vacaThursday In this country tne off ted by Mr Karl Grow. it It simp!) Mrs, l'cuchie Grow, of Locust seeks the man. ir.Jures him along with its other air..,at.an, AT 4:00 O'CLOCK, P. M. Pursuant to an order made in the Grove, spent last week with her aunt District Court of the United States (Mrs. K. F. Scott and other relatives V. C. Ferliliier for corn and wheat for the Kastern District of Kentucky here. land. It pays to uie it. In the matter of W. II. Wardlow, the ,...,1 t, a - n t....(,,nm..-,- - - r.miu. The old TotaHiuon building In darner of Public Square next door to Walker Hudton & F arnau,, " I, uniiersigneii win on iSATUUDAV, JUNK LMth., W'2. llros. HartlwMfti Storti, isell to the highland be, bidder I W&XMBM3WMV about 10 acres of lain), same being in THIS PROPERTY eontfels of the buildinjr on the struct ami lurtfe lot back White Nuptha Soap, P. G. three tracts of 8.8G, S.'J2 and H'.'.IGi Grandacres respectively, each tract to be ma's. with warehouse on th alloy and has been rented to produce nice income also Cake Sets. offered, and then vurious tracts will be combined and offered, and then Syrup No. 10 Can, Blue Label can be rebuilt twiitj,' the lot running back making IsUoinuos hou.se for any purpo.se the three tracts will be offered 111 aj Can whole, and the bill or bids accepted 50c needed. This U the, last abne on the square for such purchase. Let us realizing the largest price. Syrup No. 5 Can The land to be sold is located in I 25c show you this pwppurty which can be made Vaianbla addition to the busithe Faint Lick Magisterial District 12 qt. Enamel Ketand joins the lands of Woods Walker,! ness on the squurt. IGrover Gastineau, and is part of the 59c farm now occupied by said Wan! low. Nickel The land will be sold on terms of 6 qt. Copper Ket-t,- e Come to this sale nnd a bargain on tcrnu wnieh will b reasonable. f cash and the balance due in $1.85 six months drawing 0 per cent inter Watch this pacc next week for the beat bf.r-trulest from date. ever brought toiLitncnstcr. At the same time and nlace the un dersigned will ell personal property Hitch jfeur horo in our lot it's Free. consisting of cutting harrow, mowing Hrlng us your ckks. machine, about -- .000 tobacco sticks, two stands of bees, one automobile, etc. Personal property sold for cash in .hand. Capt. Am Mourno, Auct. II. CLAV KAUFKMAN, Campbell St., Telephone 34 Lancaster r -K Truster in Bankruptcy of W. II. Wardlow. Great fbr Baking Ite I: l? ENEMIES" NATIONAL QUARTET Concert WALKER BROS. H-- -- Gretchen and I Van Children's Programs m Tom-Jinso- J Notable Timely Subjects 5- - BIG DAYS - 5 REDPATH CHAUTAUQUA i I i WEEK HERE to-da- July 12th to 17th 'I! -- prer nr' . FRIDAY, JUNE 23'. ... w-- Bankrupt Sale uur Per or , gt Karo Per Karo Gray tle Plated Preserving Tea one-hal- r ns The Garrard Sank & Trust Co. A. H. Bast in & Co.