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MUCH INTEREST Shown at Last Meetinir of Officer! Friday N(M Fight Law For CONGRESSMAN PEDALED 700 MILES 27 YEARS AGO THIS WEEK Pure Elections GILBERT PROPERTY Vincent Arnold nnd Forest Carlisle Reached Here Tuesday From Items Culled From The Files of Judge Chas. A. Hardin Expreiies Announces Candidacy for The Central Kecord Amassment at The Courie of Democratic Nomination JUNE 22nd., 1893 Republican Organisation Republican action to teit the new Registration Law, expected to be Initiated in the Franklin Circuit Court was Interpreted at a fear ofj clean elections by Judge Chat. A.I Hurdin, Chairman of the Democratic Stote Central and Executive Clm-mitte- Chamber jfCommerce Election of A at Auction Friday v Afternoon What will probably be the 'last op. portunlty one will have again soon, it to buy public quare property at public auction, but thit chance will be offered to tome enterprising progressive person, when the Tomllnson property In the northwett side of the public square will be sold by the Garrard Hank and Truit Company, administrators of the estate, tomorat four row, (Friday) afternoon o'clock. This property is ideally located and susceptible for a business house, hall, or other usage, having It It true only about fifteen feet frontage on the square, yet this entrance could be made attractive, as an arcade, lead, ing to the main entrance of the hall or stotes which runs back the depth of 100 feet or more. It i a great opMrtunity for some business enter prise to be opened right on the square, where property has always been In so much demand. The present buildings have useful material in them and the valuable ground upon which they stand should find a ready sale tomorrow afternoon, when goodly number of the members attended the meeting of the Chamber of Commerce Ut Friday evening and some very Important business taken up and ome Jmt a Important disposed of. The referendum corn mlttee reported the following nomi ballots nations from the eiijhty-twcast for the variou off leer which are to be elected by ballot next Friday night at thr court houe. Those to be voted upon at thit meeting are. For President, J. E. Stormei. V. A. Farnau and K. L. L. It. Elkln; for Klkln. 0, II. Swinebroad. and A. D. Joseph; for director, It. L. Etkln, 0. It. Swinebroad, J W. Elmore. Chai. Thompton, 11. S, Hudson, Uiltle Miller, J. SI. Farra, V. A. Farnau. J. E. Stormet, V. G. Kinnatrd and A. 1). Joseph. After the election of a pretlJent three director and will be named from the above IK. It it to be hoped that the membership will turn out next Friday night at the election of the officer, which U one of the moit Important meeting of the year and show to the officers-elec- t in the that you are work of the Chamber of Commerce, which could mean so much to Lancaster and Garrard county; but withvery little can out tuch be accomplished. The election will be in charge a! the following committee, which wa named lait Friday night: L. G. Da. vtdson, chairman, E. 0. Gaines and Joe Price. The Chamber of Commerte went itedpath oi record as endorsing t Chautauqua and the continuance of this interesting .wries of summer eno t, HlrminKhum Will Have No Party Opposition V city day and taking In many of the sights along the way, they arrived at the home of Mr. Arnold' Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Uurnside latt Yuesday morning, non9 the worse for their long Journey, and thoroughly enthusiastic over the trip, which brought them many experiences neither had ever encountered before in their young lives. Vincent is a son of Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Arnold, of Birmingham and his young friend, Forest Carlisle, Is a brother boy scout, and they conceived the idea of motoring through on their wheels, and taking In many of the sights along their way, which they did and enjoyed to the limit. Chief among the places of intcrrst visited was the famous Mammoth Cave nnd they spent a day and night it will be offered publicly. there. Other point touched was DeIt It to be hoped that this property catur, Gallatin, Nashville, Scotts-villwill fall Into the hands of some pub-ti- c Green, Greensboro, Howling spirited citizens, and a building Lebanon, Danville and on to Lancaserected there that will be n credit to ter. thr town and prove a profitable Investment for Its owners. 14 grand-parent- The Birmingham News of June Next Monday is County Court day, flth. contained a p'cture of two young Vincent Arnold and we will consider It a great favor Hoy Scouts, Mestrs. If our subscriber! will come in and and Forest Carlisle, ready to mount pay wheel, which would start them We their subscriptions to the Record. their need the money to keen the ma on their Journey of 700 mllet from to Lancatter. After travel-In- g chinery going (This article is Jutt that e, Super Selling Event Msrsei Slaughtering of Colt Mothers Call It also unanimously endorsed the work of Mis Joyce Syler, as Gar-rar- d county's Demonstration Agent and the secretary uas requested to write a letter to Miss Syler, assuring her that this organization approved of the educational work which she is conducting throughout the county. Members of the Chamber of Commerce, contributing to the cost of two student at the College of Agriculture during Junior week, June 19th to 24th arc as follows: A. D. Joseph, Haselden Hro., Kfnnalrd Bros., W. A. Dickerson. L. G. Garrard Milling Co., A. 11. ltaitin and Co., Hudson and Farnau, E. C. Gaines. S. F. Hughes, John M. Farra, J. It. Kinnaird, Virgil Conn Hroa., J. M. McRoberta, J. V. Elmore, llastln Lumber Co.. F II. Marksbury, J. A. Anion, G. II. Swinebroad and A. T, Sanders. It is Indeed gratifying to wn such encouragement given to an educa. tional opportunity of this nature by the business men of Lancaster Mid Garrard county. In addition to this the Central Kecord is making it possible for another student to enjoy this same course, and the Club Department of the Reynolds Tobacco Co. is supplying the means for a fourth pupil. Mr. Duncan Haselden is to be con- gratulated upon his progrcssivenes and desire to abjorli ail the knowledge powlblc during the same period as a result of his own Initiative. Kin-nalr- d, tertainment. The Original Williams Stock Company la Lancaster All Neat Week Commencing Monday night, June llfith, The Original Williams Stock Company will open a week' engagement In Lancaster under their own tent theatre which will be erected upon The Jack Adam Show Grounds. The Williams Stock Company is one of the oldest organizations of its kind touring the Southern States und will be remembered by some of from its several our theater visits to our local theaters in years past. In nreientint? thu comlianv this season the manager assures his patrons that In order to eclipse all other dramatic organization he has surrounded himself with the most vratll artltts obtainable from an array of America' most talented , performers. It Is the aim of the Management of The Original Williams Stock Com. iijnv to make its namu a household word and one that stands for all that It clean and good In amusement. Tin. fnnininv'1 mntto I "Your mun. back." ey's worth or your moiu-Remember the first performance Monday night. Will Be Caw Peas, Say Beasts, Tennessee Mil 1st, Cane,Soed far sale. Hudson Faraau. Stockholders of the Kentucky Oil Co.. are very much One of the biggest selling event elated over the prospect of striking oil near Cartersville. ever pulled off in Garrard county it now under way at Bryantsville, where Noah Marsee is closing out hit entire $25,000 stock of general merLaunch Educational Movement chandise, regardless of cost In order Active work has started among the that his present building may be enPresbyterian uf this community in larged for his future business. The sale is being conducted and the united educational movement for is under the management of II. J. the benefit of the college and schools Voltz, an expert in his line and rep- in Kentucky Mr. II. S. Caldwell, resenting the T. K. Kelly Sales Sys- from the headquarters in Louisville It greatest in the city in conference with Rev. tem, of Minneapolis, the sales organization In the world. The II. S. Hudson, pastor of the Presbysale began there yesterday morning terian church, with reference to the and a two page advertisement In this work here, and the reasons for urging Issue of the Record tells you all about thi cause at this time will be presented to the Presbyterians among It. Read It. whom a campaign will be made later. It is proposed to raise $1,000,000 for Ruling Beazley the following institutions, which will share in the fund: Centre College, who lived Hoy Stewart Heaxley, Presbyterian Seminary, at Louismany years in Garrard county, where Hoard the York, June New of of Health has announced a ruling ville; Kentucky College for Wemen; he was born and for a number Scott years a resident of Lincoln, died at that after Aug. 31 no flour bleached J.eeV Collegiute Institution; home in MU Vernon Iat Monday with any chemical agent or product Academy; Sayre College; The Preshim morning, the result of an operation made from such Hour shall be byterian Orphanage at Anchorage; two morjthi previous, for hernia. "brought Into, held, kept, told or Pikesville College and Witherspoon While his death was rather sudden, offered for sale," In this city unless College. The needs of the above institutions for he had been confined to his bed labeled "bleached," with the name of several months, his immediate the chemical agent also on the label. have been prepared and the work apfor proved by a Joint Commission repfamily were not prepared for his kud-de- n Milling and Grain New ,St. Louis. resenting the Northern and Southern He leaves a wife and demise. Many of the large city' Hoard of several children. He it alto survived I Health are making war on bleached churches. Former students of the by hit mother, Mrs. Mildred Heazley, ami chemical cured Hour. While it colleges and all member of ''the of this city, two brothers, James A. helps the appearence of the (lour It church will shortly receive announceHeazley. also of this city, J, L Heaz-le- destroy the food values. We are ments as to the work to be done here. While In this vicinity Mr. Caldwell of Stanford and two miters, Mrs. protecting you by offering you only nlto conferred with Rev. W. A. RamsWill Hays ,of Stanford and Mrs. pure, unbleached, wheat flour. ey, of Paint Lick and Kldcr, Hobt. Walter Heazley, of Lot Angeles, Garrard Milling Co. Pott at Silver Creek with reference Calif. to the Educational Movement. The deceased is well remembered here and his death will be read with deep regret by those who knew him William Karnes, (13 ycos old, sou personally. Hurial took place In the All democrats should bear In Geo. O. Barnes, mind that July 10 nnd 11 will be In the Lancaster cemetery of the late Rev. family lot noted minister, passed away yester- regittration day and that every Tuesday afternoon. day at his home at Sanibel Itland, democrat In every precinct in every Florida, after along Illness of n com- county will have to register in order plication of disease. The remains That there are strong teeth In the will be brought to Danville Monday to vote in the future. If you fail to register you will lino your vote. demlaw protecting migratory birds at 11 o'clock Democrats arc urged to begin now onstrated recently by the Federal Mr. Barnes was born In Delhi, In- to advertise this important matter. Judge for the eastern district of Ar dia, while his parent were there ns kansas when he sentenced to four missionaries. While a young man Every time you meet n democrat re months in jail a violator brought be- he wns n minister in the Episcopal mind him of the two days. Polls fore him on the charge of telling church, but later entered the hotel will be open in each precinct in the county Just thcinme ns on election wild ducks. Thisis the Uelfth Jail business at Sanibel Itland, where he day. When you register once you do sentence imposed for infraction of hat been for a number of years. He the .migratory bird treaty act the sen- was a man of tplendid character and not have to register aguin unlets you move from the precinct. Don't fortence ranging from live days to six leaves a avldc circle of friends. get this. month. The State whero Jail Deceased is survived by hit wife, had previously been Imposed who before her marriage was Miss Arkansas, Connecticut, Florida, are Nellie Albcron, of Frankfort, Ky., Illinois, New Jersey, South Carolina, and one ton Ferguson Barnes, one Offers Bill and Virginia. The act is administer- daughter, Miss, Eugenia Uarnes, of says: A A Washington dispatch ed by tho United States Department Los Atigclet, Calif., two sitters, Miss bill was Introduced by Senator Rich of Agriculture, Marie Barnes and Mr. Edward DunP. Krtitt, Republican, of Kencan, of San Diego, Calif. Mr. Barnes ard tucky, recently intended to givo Is Sore This nlto leaves many relative! In Dan greater freedom of action to the pro Some of these day the mere man ville and in this tection of the State, hibition enforcement office and to In Congress will adopt an Amend- whoiwlll deeply regret to learn of his remove It from the control of the In ment prohibiting a woman from dis- death. Danville Messenger. ternal revenue committloner and the making playing, showing, exhibiting, secretary' of the treasury. The meas contpiciout, giving prominence to, ure, if passed, would make the office bringing to view, revealing, making There will be an Important meet an Independent establishment, an visible and exposing the female leg. ing of the Woman' Club at it club swered early to the President. Pro will folk And then the women room, tomorrow (Friday) afternoon hibition enforcement I not regarded know what prohibition feel like. at four o'clock. Every member la a a source of revenue and many be Profane Exchange. urged to be present a business of lleve It should not be under the In tcrnal revenue bureau, Senator Krnst much importance will be taken up. Bale lies for sale. Mrs. K. B. Uourland, President aid In introducing the bill. Hudson A Faraau. The mothers ire urged to get the conference cards as soon as possible. They will be at Dlckerton't store anil may be had If they will call there for them. Although the babies were line specimens of Kentucky best crop, many defects were found on careful examinations. Another year, if such a conference It held, it I hoped that even more parents will avail thsm-selvof the opportunity of having their babies given the once over. The Shepherd Towner Hill, passed by the last Legislature gives to be spent on the "Infant Soldiers" of this State. Garrard county should get Its share and see to It that the money is well expended. $40,-000.- For Your Conference Card. Noah Prices as applicable today. Editor.) large crowds Mil the Circuit Court room every night to hear Rev, Geo. O. Barnet. The tweet tinging of Mlts Marie is a delightful part of the service. Democrats of Garrard hold pre cinct meetings and name delegates to the State convention to be held at Louisville June 24th and 2Sth. The delegates art tent uninstruc- ted. The money question wat never raited during the county meeting and everything wan harmonious. Stirring addretses were made by Lewis Walker and Mort Rothwcll. Leslie Herndon and Herbert Kinnaird have secured the local agency for the new Danville Steam laundry. Horace Herndon and Frank Marks-bur- ', who have been attending Oxford College, have returned for vacation, full fledged dudes. Mlts Clyde Huffman, or Louisville, ha been the guest of her mother, Mrs. Osee Huffman. 20 Years Ago Heazley Brothers sell 175 head of fat cattle, averaging 1,050 to Morris, of New York, for $0.50 a hun-dred. South-Kattern Refsrdlru Presbyterians Affecting Bleached Flour 12-T- hc "It Is patting stranRe," said Judge Hardin, "that a duly organized political body would institute a suit to test a law that seek to purify elections. The regittration, law has for its sole purpose clean elections. It contains no partisan provlitont whatever. It fmposet exactly the tame conditions on all political parties playing no favorites. "It strike the Democratic leadership thnt any party which it afraid of this law must object to clean elections. "I am amazed that the Republican party would put itself on record as fighting a law designed to bring an honest election. The only criticisms have heard were of the law that that it would cause inconvenience or cost something for It administration. No one of reiponttbillty has accused it of being partisan. Anyone who reads it can see that it can't be used by either organization in n selfith way. Any organization which put itself on record as opposing electrical machinery which Insure pure elections it doomed to fall. registration "Under the State-wid- e law no longer the groups of repeaters can be swung from poll to poll; from county to county; from State to State in border counties, to create artificial and corrupt majoritiet. No longer can the transients and families who nre not entitled to vote secure the privilege through corrupt election officers. No longer can the corruptions, by use of unlimited cor ruption funds, be effective as under the old law. No longer can the unnaturalized citizen vote in the mining camps of Kentucky. The regittration law It not for the benefit of either party but to bring about clean and pure elections. "In my opinion this law is one of the most progressive laws ever enacted by the Legislature in our State. It renders possible the enactment of all progressive laws which arc concur red in by the majority opinion of the electorate, and thereby secure a foundation of Justice consistent with Democratic principle nnd the certain support of the people." Louisville Pott. 1 kJuly 1st Membership's Day I y, Barnes Don't Forget Jail Sentence ten-tenc- et Senator Ernst Editor Important Meeting The preamble of the American Legion's constitution states that It Is dedicated to God and Country. The Legion, during its career of only three years has demonstrated that it Is the best insurance policy the nation has. Our post appeals to all eligible ex- service men in this community to Join tho Legion and to aid our fight for The blue and gold Americanism. button of the American Legion marks it wearer at one who has not thrown away his patriotism with the uniform. It means that he has not "passed tho buck" to someone else to see that the tick and disabled buddies get Justice and to fultill nil those things that he desired to result from the war. Every man In the service hoped for better things after the war. More than two million doughboys, gobt and gyrenes realized that it wat going to be a fight to bring to pats all the things that they dreamed of. The result of thit prevailing scntl-meua tho formation of tho American Legion. Legion members are from every branch in the service, from those who were forced to remain at home to men who won the congressional medal at Chateau-Thierr- y and In the Argon ne. It Included all ranks from private to general. Our Legion post can be the most beneficial organization In thi county. It purpose are high ;ita ideals are untarnished. It detcrvet your support and membership of every war veteran. Join Heidcl Sanfonl post of the American Legion and make It the best post in your State. Wm F. "Billy" Miller, Commander Heldel Sanford Post American Legion. nt Congressman Ralph Gilbert, of Shclbyville. at present the able representative of the Kith Congrettional District, announce his candidacy for the Democratic nomination for Congress and we feel safe in saying that he wit lhave no opposition from the democratic party for this nomination. Congressman Gilbert has made a splendid record in Washington and his work there should and will be endorsed by the party and hit ntiured. Mr. Gilbert Is now in Kentucky looking after the registration of the democratic voters, which is to take place July 10th and 11th, and In a letter to the Central Record sets out many reasons why this registration law Is a good one and brieves Its operation will go a long way toward the purity of the ballot which should be kept inviolate. Hit letter it of interest to every voter In Garrard county and we reproduce it In full: Shelbyville, Ky. June 16, 1922. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. My dear Mr. Elkin: I have tent in today to the Secretary of State my notification and declaration as a candidate for Congress on the democratic ticket. While I do not anticipate any democratic opposition, I with to announce my candidacy In the newspapers also, at they are the great bearers of news and thought. The prett of the district has at all times since my induction into office treated me with uniform fairness and consideration, in fact, it has been more complimentary than my services deserved. I am inclosing my check for $15, the charge as 1 understand it. I believe the prets like public officials by reason of their opportunities carry a public duty, and in this connection permit me to suggest that wide publicity should be given to the Act of the last legislature requiring all voters to register. A it only operates once and as the purity of the ballot should be kept inviolate, it is highly proper that all qualified voter of the State should for once be ascertained and put on such record that both parties and all citizens could sec whether or not elections have been properly held. Recently when a democratic candidate for senator received more than 40,000 majority In ten districts and wa defeated by the majority in the remaining district tuspieton naturally wat aroused. This law should have the purpose of correcting the abuse, if there was-aabate or quieting the slander of the ballot In that district if they were slanderous. The public should be not only informed that there is such a law, but the reason for It. It is no Use for us to vote if elsewhere a majority will be manufactured simp ly to overcome It. ou will pardon this long letter but it is more in the nature of a communication to the press, which Is after all, the only way that the general public can be informed as to tuch matters of great Importance. With kind personal re gards, 1 am, Sincerely, Ralph Gilbert. Youtsey Y Wife to Wed Mrs. Alma Mette Youtsey, who divorced Henry E. Youtsey, auociate of Caleb Power and James Howard, of Kentucky, in the murder of Gov. William Geobel ot Frankfort In 1900, has filed marriage Intentions at Boston to wed Harry F. Lynch, a Cin cinnati merchant. Youttey, convict ed of complicity In thu murder plot, wat tentenced to life Imprisonment, but wat released after having served eighteen years. After his release hit wife obtained a divorce. Information Wanted Mrs. Jame Colvln, who before her marriage wat Mrs. Frank Brock and whose maiden name was Mattie Mower, has a blind brother whole condition is critical and it anxious that his sister come and see him or give some Information as to her Pine-vill- e whereabouts. Barbourville, and Midillesboro paper please copy. Notify Mr. Sylvia Box U. Hubbard, Ky. . Lima Is a disinfectant. Use it Old Dominion Portland Cement, around all out buildings and tor white washing,. .Car of freih burned lime Lime, Sand, Rock, Common and Hudson & Farnau. Pressed Brick. HuJtan A Farnau. Just In. 178, Lancatter, Th Central Record. Lancaster Ky.' Thursday, June 22, DOINGS AT PAINT LICK IntcrestinR News of Enst End Capitol Gathered By Alert Correspondent Mr. nml Mrs, L. II. Davl were In Cincinnati Sunday. Mr. Luthtr Peyton wa a week-en- d visitor In Paint Lick, Ml Mary Todd, of Georgetown, U the jrucst of her couln, Mis Anna Todd. Several from here attended the burial of Mr. Arthur Kltldell In Kichmond Monday. Group No. 2 of the Presbyterian Home department met with Mr. It. V Estrldge last week. Mr. T. J. Underwood spent sev eral il?y with his daughter, Miss Edna, in Louisville the past week. Mr. and Mrs. It. II. Ledford and children were gnest of his brother, Mr. Millard Ledford and family Sun 1 922. end visitor of Mlss.es Corn and Elsie Fletcher. Miss Elsie Ledford has returned home after n year, at school in North Carolina. MIm Emma Estrldge, who has been teaching at Logan, W. Va., has re turned home. t Day- Misses Margaret and Pearl were guests of Miss Alma, and Agnes Mrby Sunday. Mr. Charles Onstott, of Ilournc, -was a visitor of Mis Alma Ktrby Sun Lowest Highes- t- ilay afternoon. Mr. Ott Dailey and Ernest Hen SEED demon attended the Carnival in Rich mond Saturday night. Bushel. Late $2.00 Mi Mabel Hall has returned home Buy your here save money. from raducah, where he ha been day. teaching the past year. CABBAGE PLANTS NOW Miss Edna Underweod is in Louis Miss Russell Fall!, of E. K. S. N"., READY. Let the kiddies have all Ice Crcnm they want. ville for a twe week vWt with Me, wa the attractive guet for the week dames Jim N'Me and Arthur Mil. of the Misses Ledford. It is splendid, wholesome food, when Ice Cream is chell. Mesdame F. II. Smith and H. J. home-mad- e you know it is pure. On Tuesday of last week Dr. and Patrick were guest Thursday night Mr, fl D. Montgomery were In Lex- - of Mr. R. W. Estrldge. And then don't you kind o' like Ice Cream yourincton and visited the Dream City Mr. and Mr. Wm. Cumley, of The Red Front LANCASTER, KY. exposition self? Indiana, were guest last week of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Todd.'Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Hunt Sr. Buy a Freezer today and you will soon save Mrs. Thos. London nnd Mr. W. H. Mr. and Mr. W. O. Anderson were Hoop were in Berea for the com dinner guest Sunday enough money to pay for it. of their daugh-temencement. American Legion News Mr. It. L. Hill and Mr. Hill. Our Hardware Wears Come and get cap for that new Noted Clown to Mrs. J. - Mefford, of Frankfort, Doughboys, gobs and marines, who Labjr of your house and also one for ha been pcnding several day with Delight Children attend the American Legion national the In by that ttn't 10 new her niece, Mrs. Fred Hall and family. at the Chautauqua convention in New Orleans October Mrs. W. R. Patrick. Mr. Arthur Hurt and two attracId to 21, may obtain a "bunk" for Mrs. Fred Harris and sister. Miss tive children, are guest of Mr, Hurt's ... ..... . (i r.n .! Vansicklc, of Danville, were parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Hurt and JlEmma An amusing entertainment then by between representatives of 7 pleasant guest 01 .Mm, L. II. Davis family. Hothlentrpatrkk.H.pularclon.wlll and convention be on of three unique precram for leading hotel one day last week. Miss Anna Cunningham, d" Midfarmers drill the peas in rows be to ( given at the coming Rail. Metal. Big Mr. J. X. Denny and grand daugh way, who is attending Cowpeas E. K. S. M., path Chautauqua. tween the corn, this method rcquir ter, Miss Sherley Denny, The hotel men have consented to of Lancas at Richmond, wa the week-en- d guest These special children's programs , establish a rate of $1.50 for room ing less seed and therefore being nil Soils visable when seed prices are high. ter, left Saturday for a two weeks of Mis Mabel Hall. Needs are distinct Innovations Inaugurated w,o,Uut bath and $2.50 with bath. visit with Mr. Denny's son, at Smith- Ladic Aid Society of the this year by the Itedpath managr-- This rate is bated on a minimum of The The nitrogen gathered by a ton of field The cowpca is one o'f the best Christian church gave a Silver Tea three persons to the room. If the crops that can be grown to supply peas Is worth about $8 on the basis Judge and Mn. G. M. Treadway at .Mrs. F. II. Smith's on last nitrogen and organic matter, the two of the commercial cost of nitrogen, service man prefers to dwell In soM- Satur,tary grandeur he will pay $4.50 or things needed most by poor soils of the specialists point out. Also the and Miss Wesiever were mingling day which netted them over 112. $7 SO dependent upon whether hi Kentucky, colls and crops specialist hay obtained from the peas is satis with Paint Lick friend Wednesday Misse Ava McWhortcr, Mabel Hall sErl'-LLLLLLof the College of Agriculture say. factory feed for all classes of live on tneir way to oeren commence .and Anna Cunningham, Rev. W jrjom t equipped with a bath. AH reservations for hotel Unlike other legumes, such as alfalfa stock. When the manure reulting ment. Rogers and Mr. Jock Roger attended room , Mr. Wm. H. Wylle, who use to church at Wallaceton Sunday night . Jjrrjg the five days of the conven-t.;- n and clover, the peas make a fair from the feeding of the neas is re died at his home wJI be made through the fory- growth on poor, sour soils without turned to the soil, "0 to 30 pound of 'lvo "Mr 1 int Paint Lick Rail Team playe. Sunday night. Twin Wed last elRht Legion state AdjutanU, who either limestone or other fertilizers additional nitroccn is added for each nt'ar " week, defeating them I Besides his wife, who was Miss Anna 13 to 1 wi.l forward the reservation to tne e ton of peas grown. although a light application of on uoone Dallard he leave n host of also playedthe former's ground. They hotels and housing committee of the and some phosphate fertilizer Illue Lick last week on friend and relative to mourn hi When a Nail Loosen Platte r. convention, helps them make a better growth. When n nalt driven In the wull Rets pawing away, who have the sympathy the latter ground ID to 7 in favor Some of the most famous hostelries The peas are especially valuable as of Paint Lick. to rail on: 0f all. ioot nnu n 'he South are a party to the agreea soli improvement crop because they saturate atne pinnercotton or mt with thick Fevers Stlnnet ments for reduction in rate. Inmay be seeded by being broadcasted clue, wrap as much Mist Collate, High School teacher at ttosslble ti round Mr. Hoyd Stinncts and Miss Ida cluded in the list are the GrunewaW, nt the Manse school and Mr. John and therefore need no cultivation. the nail and push this buck Into place St Charles, I)e Soto, Lafayette, In using the peas for soil improve- pressing hard a PosMble. Till will Tudor, of Manse neighborhood were M. Fever, both of Paint Lick, were Rienvllle and Planter. united in marriage at Oerea on June married In Jelllco, Tenn., Wednes ment, many farmers seed them as a Qnnly set the nalt In place. Leg. ton official obtained assurances from 12th. Kev. W. A. Ramsey officiated. day, June Nth., Rev. George E catch crop after wheat, oats or rye. Movements of the Tides. JJaker, of that city being the offset all hotel managers that all room, Seeded at this late date, the crop Hie spring tides, or tides Imvlns The bride and groom were given a thoe occupied by permanent makes considerable vine growth the greatest ranee, occur near ihw lot at the sate and also a free trip ating minister, guests, will be turned over to the wllch Is valuable for forage and fer- times of new moon nml full moon. '0 Lexington and return CARTERSVILLE vention visitor. tility but which would hardly be suf- The nenn fliloo. or 1.1.x .,.hmlm, !.. ,, , wish to recommend to our ...... . , .. HUQHIE FITZPATRICK ficient to mature seed. ' ' "PP" Garrard the only Little Gerafdine Carter is very ment, and liticlile Fltipatrlrk appear Rust ths Cyt. On other farms, the peas are seed- first mid last oliartcrs of the moon. unbleached, no photphatr, no sick at this writing, IdgLest of the spring tides Is It's a funny thing, but p.nple nerer ed with success in the com at the last The Ing on the fourth morning with his from one to two day afler new or rdulternaticnt Flour In Central MI cultivation, a bushel of seed an acre full moon. At tl'ls lime. also. Hie low I I'rntuckr Glen Lilv. SoM bv Lois Cora Wllmoth Is visiting her marvelous feuts of tumbllni;, Ids Jokes Eire their eye n itinusht unless they , ,,eron ami fun. will nniki- - u treineiidou hit bore trouble with them. being sufficient In this case. Some waters will I lower thnn usual. nunt, Mr. J. T. Allen. John Penington, C. B t on & Co. Slephanl Helmut, "wizard tellernif. couldn't run or walk nil dnj- - long withMiss Golia McQuary spent the tales," will I. tniford, J .D. Carter, T, R Kuhlman rest A cle a creut t'litertuliiment out Khlng hi lee a Hng withoutwoman ' week-en- d with home folk. ,ujr snd J. W. Anglin. stojn for the jouncsters on the llilnl morn' couldn't sew a few Hmtiient lnc for in Mr. C. S. Roup attended preaching Ing, und on the llfth momlnc l Garrard Milling Company will urk their '"t Van. capital Imtwrsonator nnd enter- Mr. Arthur Riddell for several at Lawton Chapel Sunday ,ta them far talmr. will give ea equally dellehtful ' , Mrs. G. W, Conn, of Paint Lick program. years a resident of Paint Lick, passed away at the Patty Clay Infirmary wa the guest of Mr. A. It. Curter Sunday morning. She was a woman Wednesday liked by all who knew her. She The protracted meeting closed here leaves to mourn her loss two small Sunday night with fourteen conver sons, one small daughter, her hu- - sions and four sanctified. Ibanil, one sister, Mrs; D. W. White Mr. Frank Carter, who has .been ami one brother, who have the sym at the Herea hospital for two months pathy of this entire community. is able to be out again mingling with The Methodist of Wnlnutta held nn friends. nil day service Sunday. Ilro. Young Mr. and Mrs Ilallard Sebastian preacheil In the morning. Dinner was served on the ground. In the and mother, Mrs. Sebastian and Mrs, show-dow- n afternoon they assembled again and Grace Rhodes and little nclce, were ! appointed a committee to invest! guests of Mrs. "K. C. Smith Sunday gate and see which would be cheap Mr. It. II. Montgomery and two You've probably seen this fc'-er, a new church or to enlarge the children, Mrs. W. IJ. Roop and little Purina jwjV old one. The present building I too son, and Mrs. Wallace, of Paint Lick, Guarantee time after time. small to accomodate the large crowil were the pleannt guests of Mrs. C Surely by this time you must 5ty especially during protracted meeting. S. Roop Friday. feel that the Purina Mills fir' f f.iaV Their membership at present Is re could never make this Baked from ('., iajaa, Rrnfro T-- r2 I. money -- back guarantee unlets ported to be 115 which will almost . 'WPV? On last Tuesday afternoon there I'utlna Chows do esactly at ths fill the house without others. was a shadow cast over this commun WW PAINT LICK ity when the Angel of Death hovered a their victim around and claimed Double-Developme(Delayed) nt Mrs. Susie Renfro. She had been Mrs. M. E. King I on the siek list. oonflned to her room for nine months Guarantee i Mf Mr. Eli Estrldge continues very' with that dreadful disease, tubercu BsbbbbIbbbbsIsVHbIbV Purins Chicken Chowder and lost. low. Puiina Itaby Chick Chow, led at Mrs. W. 0. Ander son is able to Loved ones, do not grieve for her Because you get all the richness of flavor; all the diiected, ate guaranteed to make your chicks Rtow twice as fait be out. again. for she wa so willing and prepared nutritious qualiticsof the wheat. Every clement for during the first sis weeks at Several from here uttendvd the to meet her blossed Saviour, She the making of good flour is retained in American nnen lea eraln IteJt, such at often repeated to her friend lot sale nt Herea lost Monday. and meal, stale bread, tracked Queen Flour. That's why it bakes more loaves of wheat or other cereals. Mrs. F. II. Smith spent Monday-nigh- t loved ones that she wa ready and better bread than any flour we knowof. Hundrcdsof it we tail to prove thit only waiting for the summon to with Mrs. R. J. Walker. statement we will re housewives are using this flour today becauseof its come up hiKher. MIY While we know fund your inonty. Messrs. R. U. Woods and R. W. your family circle i broken and how certainty to always produce only the best results. Estrldge were in Cincinnati last week. you will miss her sweet smiles and Mr, and Mrs. W. 11. Elder and sons shining face, but remember you Order a sack today If It does not please you better thsn can Order guest in Paint Lick. meet her nine day, where there will were week-enthe flour you axe now ulng,purchao price will brcfujukd New upon return of partially used package, Mr. and Mr. Ollle Iloian were be no parting. Sunday afternoon visitors of hi fathFuneral services were conducted er. at the Methodist church by Ilro. T. Mis Agnes Kirby and Robert . Heeler, Wednesday afternoon at Swope. were visitors in Danville Sat- two o'clock, after which For Sale by she was JOBBER AND RETAILER urday. quietly laid to rest In the Carters- Dr. W. L. Camion, of Arizona, Is ville cemetery, under a beautiful & PAINT LICK, -- KENTUCKY. Ky. in Paint Lick mingling with old mound of flower to await the n mom, when she'wlll arise and friend. & I Miss Cora Plummer was a week- - shout with the Saints in Glory. Ky Fresh FISH Quick IJ9V iezMl I I Ice CreamKf Freezer em I g Direct from the cold waters of the north. Quality - Price POTATOES Planting Per For and Tires LATE 9cts lb Sanders Variety Store r, I- WALKER BROS. Supply of Poor ' ..it lime-Aton- iH-s- Mon-telon- e, LVxn 1 nil c. e KMK'SPPaB '. H-"l- 'i nt Everybody Wants Time for a Double-Development Bread &28 Iriw rtBLMfML 'kEBAB TjBk TyS' oBt f Mlde-npe- AMERICAN QUEEN FLOUR i fF rfl MCHirKFMl d L. H. DAVIS HUDSON BECKER FARNAU, reser-rectio- Lancaster, BALLARD, Bryantsville, The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky.. Thursday June 22, 922 1 PROBABLY LAST WILD PIGEONS! Killed ItvMontKotncry County; Colonel jllm Marct Gives BRY ANTSVI LLE Latest ONE WEEK STARTING Happenings 2progrei. Wyli. From Garrard's West End (By Mist Mayme. Lee Dallard) Capitol man-hoohalf-siste- History of Hlrcls (Lexington Herald) Probably the last free carrier or wild pigeons In Kentucky, or the world, were killed along the water of Slatt, creek, Montgomery county, Kentucky. It won in 1H9-- ! when J II, Kemper was dove hunting that in firing on some dove l the edge of four or five n corn field he killed bird. Two of them were much larger than dove. he overtook On hU way home Jame Howard, a citisen of Montgomery county, who wu 70 yean old. On observing the bird which Mr Kemper had tied to the rear of hi saddle, he Inquired: "Where did you get those wild pigeon? I have not een one for the lait JO yenrs " Thl Inquiry wns the lint intimation te Mr. Kemper that he had slain two of the "grandfathers" to the dove family. In the year following, Mr. Kemper wai dove hunting in the tame neigh borhood, and sitting side by side on the limb ef a tree he observed two bird which resembled dove. He fired upon them and brought them down. On picking them up he they were wild pigeon. Shortly afterward Mr. Kemper read a worldwide advcrtUemcnt, pub lUhrd by one of the leading scientific aocletle (probably the Smithsonian Inttitutlon) uttering $1,000 for the capture of a pair of wild pigeon. A learch over the world failed to tin J a ingle pigeon except a pair In cap tivity which were kept in the Cincin nati Zoo, One of these bird died toon after that date and the other lived up to about IS year ago and wa the Ut wild pigeon the in world. Hack In the early settlement of Kentucky wild pigeon were o num erous, It it said, they were numbered not in million, but billion;'. A Mayivllle editor relate an lntance of lloone having made hi escape from the Indian during the flight of untold number of thee bird, it wa at a point near the Ohio river. not far below Cincinnati, that the old hunter came upon an Indian camp from which all the members had gone out on a hunt, leaving in camp only one Indian to look after things there and guard a white boy prisoner. The Indian guard had gone to !eep and when lloone came Into camp he discovered how matters stood. He mentioned to the boy to take a club and dispatch the savage, which the lad .111. and assisted lloone in throwing the body into a nearby stream. When thin wa accomplished they heart the Indian band returning from the hunt. Finding It impossible to escape into the wood, lloone and the boy took refuge in the matted grape vined tree nearby, which completely concealed them from the enemy. On entering the camp ami finding the guard and prisoner mining, an immediate search was begun. In the meantime, while the treed hunter and companion were observing through vine and foliage the movement of the redskins, there appeared a flight of myriads of wild pigeons overhend, and in such number as to obscure the sun and causing The old pioneer and the lad climbed from their perch and made their ecape without being observed by the foe. JAMES MARET. MONDAY JUNE 26th THE ORIGINAL at Stanford WILLIAMS STOCK CO. Mr. M. O Kennedy spent Thursday on busines. Mr. and Mrs. Chat D. Dunn were in Danville Saturday. Mr. C. C. Decker was In Louliville last week on a buines trip, Mr. and Mm. M. 0. Kennedy were in Danville Friday shepptag. arranging for same. while it is in He will remain Several from here attended the nil- day meeting nt Mt. OHvet Sunday. Mr. J. L. Walking of Lexington, wn the guet of friend here Mr Walter Con-tn- t, of Wilmorc, I visiting Mrs. Florence Ballard and family. Mr, Ricnard Cenant, of Wltmerc, j jI spending a month with Mr. Robert Edwards i Mr. R. P. Browa attended the In (surancc convention at Crab Orchard Thirsda Ml. Addie Davi, of Preachers ville, is here visiting her aunt, Mrs. Rhoda Wylie. Mr, and Mrs. R. H. Hutchinson, of Boyle, were guest Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. it. O. Kennedy. Mr. O. M. Moreland, Misses Zlllah and Amy Dawes and B. A. Dnwc, Jr., were in Danville Tuesday. The many friends here of Mr. Rhoda Wylle were deeply grieved, when the new came Monday thnt her stop-so.Mr. William Wylie, of Madison, had parsed into the Great Beyond. HI death is unusually sad as he wa Just in the prime of being 28 years of age. He had been ill for several wecki and his death was not unexpected. He was married about five yean ago to Miss Anna Boone 'Ballard, of Madison who survived him. Mrs. Wylle ha the sympathy of every one In her bereavement. Beside his wife and r, mother, he i survived by one Mis Ethel Wylie and two Messrs. Earl and Edwin Wylie, who is now In such a n, seriou condition. The interment A STOCK COMPANY OF PROVEN SUPPORTING MERIT. wn in the Richmond cemetery Tuesday at 11 o'clock. Mr. Wylle was well known and very populrr and will be greatly missed in the community where he lived. Wyli Dr. Samuel J. Roie, of Winchester, drove over Sunday and wa the guest of his mother, Mrs. Jane Rose. Miss Mary Ellen Farley, of Lex ington, was here Thursday for a formance. short stay with Mr. J. W. Bryant. Mr, and Mm. W. T. King, of upper 35c, 20c, included. BARGAIN PRICES, Garrard, have been spending several best in the day with their son, Mr. Howard King who is in n very critical condition. South. Mrs. Russell P. Brown wa host nt a delightful dinner Wednesday In We money back. honor of her sister, Mr. K. Lackey, Night be Convinced. Come of Kansas City, Mo. Rev. B. A. Dawe was called to Perryville last Wednesday to conduct the funeral service of Mr. Anderson, of Washington County. dames Milton Ward and C. H. Henry. Frank Camden and Joe Bysinger of GUY. Mr. Ollie Hankin, Misses Viola Miss Eva Thomas, of Lexington, Lincoln. and Jean Rankin and Mr. Robert Lee Mr. and Mr. Sweeney Morgan, of Hankin were the guests Sunday of Mrs. John Donaldson left Friday was a visitor the past week of her Miter, Mrs. Harry I). Rice and Mr. the Crab Orchard road, Mr. John Mr. and Mrs. Jame Rankin In Lin for a visit with Richmond friends. Rice. Prlchett and son, of Lincoln, Mr. and coin. Mr. Albert Phillip, of Corbln, is Mr. and Mrs. Simon Tankersley Mr. Wm. Scott and son, Hilly, and Arlington Heights Ball team, of visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. had for their visitors recently Mr. Mr. Edd Haker were Sunday guests Lexington, played the Bryantsvllle L. YantU. and Mrs. Chas. Ilamsey, of Paint of Mr. and Mr. Henry Yater. team on the local field Sunday after Mr. J. I'. Foley, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Lick. winning Mr. and Mrs. Henry Tuttle enter noon. Arlington Height Turner attended church Sunday at Mr. and Mrs. Dave Hervcy and tained in a charming and royal way by a score of 9 to 2. Freedom. children, of Paint Lick, were Sunday the past Sunday to about thirty of Mr. Milton Ward spent a portion of guest Mr. James B. Leave!! relumed of Mr. and Mrs. George their friend with a delightful dining. last week in Madison with Mr. and llrown. home Saturday after a stay of several At noon an elegant and delicious din month with his daughter, Mrs. T. Mrs. Kobert Ward, Mrs. Jim Yantis and son, Herchel, Mr. and Mrs. and family were were Thursday afternoon vls'.tor of ner wa served. In the afternoon W. Stalling In Tulsa, Okla., and Mrs. Mr. Shirley F.stes came and pictures M. R, Smith, in Fort Smith, Ark. Sunday visitor of Mr. and Mr. John Mesdames Ilnrry I). Rice and John were taken of all. The day was so Ijine, of McCreary Mis Alma Miller, of Okla., I the Donaldson, pleasantly spent that when the hour Mr. Wm. Sutton spent. Wednes Miss Mary llrown returned home came to depart, all present agreed guest of her aunt, Mrs. W. K. Davis. day with Mi Fannie Sutton, of the Friday from a visit to her sister, that Mr. and Mrs. Tuttle were ideal Mr. and Mm. Robert Gulley enterCrab Orchard road. Mrs. I). A. Hervey and Mr. Hervey hosts, and left with the hope that in tained a number of their friends at a MImc Mollie and Ethel Burne and of Taint Lick. the near future that they would be very delightful dinner Sunday. Iavcme Wh.ttaker, visited Mrs. Hay The farmer of this vicinity are Mr. and Mr. Wm. Whittakvr, invited again soon. mond Turner Wednesday. unusually busy at present, with wheat Mlea Kthel Parties and Laverne Mr Patience I'richett, of Stan' Whittakcr attended the Pie Supper cutting, hay harvesting and working Ingtnlous Fraud. ford, is viiting her daughter, Mr. Saturday night at Pleasant Hill. in tobacco The rains of last week A Parla mall order dealer objected Henry Vater and Mr. Voter. to the ratio In postal rutex. so In have proved quite an advantage to Misses Mollie llarnes and Lucy ending out stamped envelope for re- the crops and garden. Mr. and Mrs. William Carson, ol Turner, Mr. and Mr. James Sebasply he covered the stump with a thin after-mLancaster, were guest Sunday Mr. and Mr. Fredrick, of Fort tian, Mcsir. Clay and Lawrence Injer of mucllnge. When these camo of Mr, and Mrs. William Sutton. Hunells spen( the week-enwith Mr. back, he sponged off th cniiceltuttoa Worth, Texas, Mr. A. - Fredrick mark and used the Mampi over ugaln. of Lexington, Mr. W. T. Woolfolk Mr, and Mrs. Hoy Prattler and two and Mrs. Henry Tuttle. Unfortunately for Mm pital detec-th- e and Miss Marguerite Woolfolk, of attractive children, spent Saturday Miste Carrie and Beulah Yater dlrovrre! the rtie and ho w Lexington, were here Saturday for a with Mr. and Mrs. William Walker, had for their Sunday visitor, Misses flniil frnnrx. after successfully short visit to Mrs. E. II. Ballard. Her- - (race Hendrix and Carrie Sutton, working the Mlioino in moro tliuu Mrs. Jame Yantis and Master Dr. and Mrs. B. C. Rose, Mr. and chel were visitor- - Friday of Me- - Mcsr. Dewey Shanks, Jim Coins, ll.UX) Itistunce. Mm. J. Hogan Ballard, Miss Maymc Ballard, Mm. Russell P. Brown and Mr. Paul Suton attended the Eastern Star reception at Lancaster Thurs-da- y night. It vu quite an enjoyable WW WW A car load of Scenic and Electrical Effects, New Plays, New Vaudeville, New Music. Entire Change every PerThe oldest and Our Motto: First Children Tax Adults tented repertorie organization ACTRESSES VAUDEVILLE ARTISTS WW MUSICIANS ABACTORS, kJ Qft MARIE DEGAFFERELLY AND FI.MFR IJkZONF. A please or and The community is deeply shocked and hi friends and acquaintances are .iddened, by the death of Edwin Wylie, who passed away at his home here, Wednesday morning, nt 5:30 o'clock, after a lingering Illness of many month. He was twenty-tw- o yean old last February 1st., and wa a son of Mr. Rhoda Wylie, of this place. One sister, Miss Ethel Wylle and one brother, Earl, also survive. For quite a while he had been In the garage business with his brother and was an energetic young business man, exceedingly popular and well liked. His passing brings double sorrow to the bereaved mother, who during the week had lost a step-sonotice of which appeaM In this column. Funeral services were conducted this Thursday afternoon at two o'clock at the residence, by hit pastor, Rev. A. P. Jones, of the Methodist church of which he was a devoted member for the past fifteen years. Interment In the Lancaster cemetery. n, Doctors Everywhere Recommend Tha Us of Camphorated Oil And Menthol Creams For Relieving Coughs, Colds, Croup. Cattarah, Pneumonia and All Congested Conditions m d VERY CHEAP A Amenca's m MX " f ra AM W Mnn Is Worth Only Ninety--' KlKht Cents, Says Dr. I.mlen cents U figured by actual value of the "nverage man," reduce! to the element., follows: Put enough for seven bars of soap. Iron enough for n meiliunt-tUw- l nail. Sugar enough to nil n shaker. Mine enough to whitewash a chicken coop. Sulphcr enough to rid n dog of Ninety-eigh- t verade V Hie Ideal Rickage The best form In which to apply a remedy of 'this kind will be found in MINTOL which not only contain Menthol, Camphor, Oil of Eucalyptus and many other healing and antiseptic oils but also contains germicidal properties which kill the grip or influenza germ. If MINTOL is applied to the nostrils it sterilizes as well as a curb for colds and catarrah. If you will apply a little MINTOL about the size of a bean to the back of the toncuc it will ateril ire tho throat and relieve hoarseness, cough and all throat troubles. When ap plied externally to the throat and chest it will break up congestion and prevent or relief Croup, Whooping lougn ana rneumonta. h It is not necessary to use ioned blisters which are often times either very disagreeable in odor or cause soreness and annoyance to the patient and those attending them. MINTOL will be found the most effective, modem scientific treatment for all inflamed conditions. A Jar In the home will protect the whole family from Coughs, Cold and often times prevent Pneumonia. If your druggist cannot supply you we will mail you a Jar on receipt of price 35c, attain GOc and The Home Relief Mr. Noah Manee, Jr., ha been Laboratories, Boston, Mass. ror sale by btormes Drug Store. quite busy making preparation for his big clearance sale, which started Wednesday morning at 9 o'clock. If you want to see a woman with Mr. II. J. Voltz. of Scofleld, Wis., has her head in the cloud Just watch the ale in charge and has been here her as she passes her dearest enemy for several day getting ready and on the street. Iold-fas- Dr. Ceorglne I.udcn an the m vrrrr wrwrimTarifr i vrtKmunwcau m m i ail for the Home Picnic and Outing Special For Lenox Soap, !J This Week Only 10c SAVE THE DJFFERANCE Hans ilea. no Idle or fantastic computation, but a result set forth to show that a scientist thinks it worth while to impress the public with Mine striking truths In n way made familiar In Thl I unscientific demonstrations and incidentally to bring human vanities within proper perspective. Dr. I.udcn analyze the minute units composing some of the Ingredient of the human body as revealed by the miscrocope and by mlcrochcm-ltr- y in the medical laboratories. difficult to blush casion when the druggist the complexion, aissailjjjssjB It' upon ocfurnishes j. No vv Cartas of 5c 1. G. Naptha Soap, 1 Har Domino SyiUVfTi Pound Can 35c Fancy Yellow Peaties, Per Gallon Can 69c Lux Soap Flakes, Per Package 13c , Mason Jars, Pints Per Dozen . 80c Mason Jars, Quarts Per Dozen 90c j) Mason Jrs, Halves Per Dozen ' $1.00 Palm Leaf Fans, 9 inch, Sc; lJnch 8c Crystal Glass Water Pitchers, 75c value 59c Dinner Plates, Plain White Set 85c SEE OUR BARGAIN CASE OF SHOES AT LESS THAN HALF PRICE. SUGAR, BEST CANE, 100 Pound. $7.00 --- Crab6rclstrd Bottliif Ct. Crab Orchard, Kentucky tHttributora A. H. Campbell St., Bastin Telephone 34 & Co. Lancaster, Ky. 1 I The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, June 22 1922. for this condition of affairs lies Idle Men and Idle Land in the hands of congress and In this country there- are milthe government. lions of acres of excellent land There are too many swollen incomes in this country. This that has never felt the bite of is capable condition is made possible by a plow. This land of feeding many millions of combinations in restraint of is feeding trade and by profiteering in people, although it' none. the form of extravagant price In every city in the country boosting. there arc large numbers of These matters should be re gulated by law, and thu pen people who would welcome a alty for violations should not return to the farm if such could be affected. Generally they be in the form of fines. The are men of families who have guilty should be sent to jnil. brought up on the farm And in order that punish- been but left In their younger days ment may be swift and sure, DISTRIBUTORS OF, to "make their fortunes in thu the public official who fails to prosecute should himself be city," and are now marooned effectually as If sent to jnil for shirking his there as stranded on a desert island. sworn duty. cost money to change from These may seem like harsh a It JUSTPHONE 20...YOU'LL GET IT crowded city to virgin inmi measures, but they arc the only and convert the soil Into a proones that will prevail. ductive farm. Andmoncy they Labor leaders will continue nave not at least not huiii- to order strikes as long as emthe transformation. ployers continue to gouge the cient for government could de If the public and put all of the spoils vise some means of placing in their own pocket. such families on unused land uummnie gouging ami striKe and aid them to the point n fifty-fift- y basis of settlement where they could become self tawn ( ollrgc and Dr Walker, of It i a p'easurc to sell Tanlac. be nnd strikes will be a thing of sustaining and pay off their in- - Danville, were the leading speakers, cause these who buy it come bock and the past. 'debtedness it would work a and they brought us great messages. praise t Stormes Drug Store. It Do you invest your savings wonderful change in this coun- The Inspiration received should great ly stimulate the work in the Unions in bonds? If so, buy only gilt try. 1 throughout the Association. Mi edged ones from substantial Of courc it would in time re- Mabel Uutfcll, of Stanford and houses and then hold onto duce the price of farm proMessrs. Eugene Thompson and CI or. them. Don't become uneasy ducts because of the great in- don Doty have been untiring In their and unload the moment they crease in production. This, efforts as Assorfatlonal officers to TO LOAN ON FARMS go down a few points on thu however, would automatically develop the Young People's work Nest year convention will go to market. A bond that 13 worth reduce living expenses, and having will pay par at matur- that would bring down the cost Junction City. The Finance and Building Com 5 ity, and in the meantime it pays of labor, and production would mittces had their meetings this week the interest provided for on its become less expensive, and ml will have reports to present Sue ShelbyMMon face. Speculators force them wholesale and retail prices Sunday morning. Usn Agent 'and Abstractor Five canvassing teams have been down and then buy them up in would be lowered in proporCourt House I.ANCASTKH. nominated and with the endorsement large quantities. C ICtf tion. KY. of the church will make a thorough They, get the gravy while In other words, there would visitation of the membership and Ve you get the experience. be a general reduction in thu adherents beginning next week. One of the but cure for a through- are counting on all who are Baptist price of everything by membership or preferece to cohead is a standpat mother in law. country. out the Up To France operate with the visitors In their visi lose a tremendous tation work. Wc Chaos must reign in Europe amount of foreign trade for The services next Sunday are as for another period of time. YOU SAVE THE simple reason thnt our cost follows: Sunday School at 10 o'clock.! bankers the The international 200. Oct Our goal line and of production i3 so great that counted. isPreaching byinthe pastor be' of the world, with J. P. .Mo- we find it difficult to compete all DIFFERENCE Young Peoples j 11 o'clock and 7 US. rgan at their head, have ruled 10 ounces to the pound in world markets with other meetings at (3.15 and 7 o'clock. against extending a loan to 100 cents to the Dollar countries whose people arc not Topic for the evening sermon, "The, Germany without first having living ' at so rapid and expen- Virtue of a (ireat Name." Best Grade Flour 95c the war reparations placed at sive a pace. This reduction in An earnest Invitation Is extended to all to attend our services. a figure which Germans will Men's Suits, $12. to foreign trade, together with be able to meet without com$17. all Wool the rapid and constant influx More people have taken Tanlac pletely wrecking their indus. if Jtnmlirrnntu frnm nhrmiil. J and praised It than any other medi" " R. J. ENGLE tries and reducing the popula U produces-stagnatioin our la-- j cine in the world. There's one rea poverty and tion to absolute Near Depot Lancnster.K)" bor markets and creates ourj' son only merit. slavery. (It) Stormes Drug Store ass armies of the unemployed. concerned Every nation There should bu a general j agreed to and advocated a rereduction of all prices of every vision of the reparations fig- nature, beginning with the! ures except France. Shu re man at thu top, who can best We Will Have fused ,and by her refusal the afford it, and ending with the j loan was blocked. ono at thu bottom, who cam In demanding her pound of least afford it. flesh to thu last ounce, when a It is useless to ask one ele-- i reasonable concession would ment of our population to sufhave meant the rehabilitation fer a reduction in rcvenuul of stricken Europe, herself in while other elements continue) OF cluded, France has made thu to rake in thuir exorbitant mistake of her life, one which profits. That is both unfair will cost her dearly in the end. and foolhardy, because it leads Had she agreed to a revis- to unrest and trouble. ion of the reparations the EuroThere can never be any pean situation would have been great reduction in table costs rapidly cleared up through the as long as a great portion oi action of thu bankers in financ- the land remains untitled and ing a readjustment and the At Our Store on those who are at present work consequent return to industrial ing the farms are compelled to and commercial prosperity. pay excessive prices for everyThis improvement would thing they use. have extended to America and A careful and honestly ml-- ; every other distant country. ministered system of governThu whole world would have mental aid to those who desire' 9:00 A. M. TO 10:00 P. M. shared in the beneficial results. to return to thu farms and be-- j France, it would seem, is so come definite producers would' Sale Starts Promptly at I) o'clock blinded with passion shu can- go a long way toward solving not see thu handwriting on thu the most difficult problem now REGULAR $1.50 to $2.50 VALUES AT 99c wall, although it is plain to facing the American people. REGULAR 75c to $1.00 VALUES AT 4QC other nation under thu sun. REGULAR 10c to 25c VALUES AT If shu persists in her present ic The large and modern Tanlnc course, to the detriment of thu Laboratories at Dayton, Ohio, occupy EVERYTHING IN KITCHEN WARE. entire world, thu day may 00,000 square feet of llour space. TO OBTAIN THE lc ARTICLE YOU MUST BUY Stormes Drag Store. come when she will have to (11) fight Germany again, but she EITHER A 49c OR 99c ARTICLE. Baptist Church News will fight alone. There will be Come and get REAL BARGAINS at The first annual Convention of the no foreign armies sent to her in relief, as was done in thu last B. Y. P. U.held South District Tuesat Stanford on was war. Other nations will not day the 20th. Lancaster hud twelve The House of Standard Merchandise. caru to sacrifice their sons to representatives In attendance An aid a nation that is too stuborn excellent program was prepared and given. Demonstration programs were to aid it.su If. In three months thu interna- put on by Danville Juniors and Seniors, which gave practical tional bankers will meet again. evidence of the effectiveness and Thu French have yet time in scriptural warrant thu Young People LANCASTER'S BIGGEST STORE. which to redeem themselves Itev. C. W. Knight, of work. Prof, Itaglan, of George- if they will. - SPECIAL PRICES ON BOILED HAM - Champian VEAL LOAF Mowers and MINCED HAM Thomas Hay Bakes Staple andlFancy Groceries See them before you buy. CONN BROS. "Live and Let Live Folks." 6URREY & GULLEY I I ! iririrl Second-Clas- 3l iC 1 The Central Record limed Weekly. $1.50 a Year. Payable in Advance. verge of Happing herself into oblivion. Hut there's a reason. Americans like sensations- - those that arc spicy, but brief. R. L. ELK IN. Local Editor and Mgr. We haven't the time to pursue any one sensation to a great Entered at- the Post Office In Lanlength. There are too many s Mall caster, Ky., a others waiting to edge in. Matter. The flapper was a sensation for a time. But she flapped Fanira A JvMtiMu Rnri THE AMEKICAN PRESS ASSOCIATION so strenuously, in session and out, that she became wean- LiseaMer, &u Jmt 22. 1922 isome to the public, and now she is about to become a nuis Rale, For Political Announcements. ance. Soon she will be flap ping only for her own admiraFor Precinct and City Offices. 5.00 tion. 10.00 For County Office But she was quite worth For State and District Offices- - 15.00 .10 (while. She furnished us a few For Calls, per line .10 thrills, and was the object of For Cards, per line For all publications in the intermany jests all of which is est of individuals or expresaverage necessary in the sion of individual views, per American day. 10 line .05 We will bid her adieu with. Obituaries, per line out regret. But, Lord! What will we Government chemists nre get next? now working out a menns of producing n cheap fuel for Laws are made for the promotor car from corn cobs, and tection of the people who live arc said to be meeting with under them. gratifying success. If a law is a good one it It is doubtful, however, if it should be enforced. No favor will ever be placed on the mar- should be shown, either to the ket where the users of motor rich or the poor, to the powercars can take advantage of it ful or to the insignificant. If at reduced cost. The oil and it is not a good law it should be gasoline interests arc too rich repealed. and powerful to ever allow We have too many laws that such disastrous competition are dead letters. They are with their industry to exist. only resurrected when some Periodically we hear such crusty cuss wants to satisfy a reports, and motorists become grudge, or some prosecutor enthused over the possibility of wants to make a safe splurge. cheaper fuel for their engines. At other times they are disreThen the project goes the garded with impunity. way of its predecessors posThis condition is well known sibly through strangulation to the public, and even to thu and the public continues to younger generation just mergline the pockets of the oil ing into manhood. It is not barons. conducive to respect for cither law or order. It is a breeder The great American throat of evasion and is the father of is not so parched as it was. It contempt. is becoming wetter every day. We need fewer laws, but we Statistics, from Washington jneed good ones that are en 'state that in 11)21 every man, forced. woman and child in the United States consumed an average of Make It Fifty-Fift- y forty-nin- e gallons of milk, or A well known labor leader yearly a gallon a week per advocates the elimination of capita. " That is incouraging. It is strikes and strong arm tactics also disheartening to those in thu settlement of disputes who would abolish prohibition. with employers. Ho remarks A nation that consumes n justly, that the public is tired gallon of milk a wcok per per- of them, and that when an orson will surely not sudor to any ganization gets in Dutch with great extent as a result of that thu people it is in a bad way. The laborer is worthy of a "terrible thirst." In time it may become corpu- just hire no more, and no less. lent even fat. The brain that directs is The flapper has had a great worthy of a just compensation run for her money. no more, and no less. Shu has been the observed Neither side has a right to of all observers, the admired assume a "dog in the manger" of all admirers, and the cussed attitude, nor have they thu right to rob thu buying public of all cussers. She flapped herself into to fatten themselves. fame and now she is on the The only elfcctive remedy ' J. E. ROBINSON. Editor. on ey 1- Interest -2" I .., . n J " A ONE DAY SALE j ALUMINUM WAR E SATURDAY, JUNE 24th, i uv-u- ry Asso-ciatlo- n Hus-tonvi- lle HASELDEN BROS. g, 2 SECTIONS 16 PAGES THIRTYITHIRD rSAH THE CENTRAL RECORD. LANCASTER. KY.. THURSDAY AFTERNOON, JUNE 22. 1922. TEACHERS SALARY BANKERS I SECTION 2 8 PAGES II. NUMBER The Best Pay Best The i SCHEDULE V (iarrnrd County, Kentucky ' r School Year, l)l!i.2:i or HandlinK Other Crops Sa piro Way Group eight of the Kentucky Hanker' Association, in session at Crab Orchard, endored the work of the Hurley Mar keting Association and udnptej the following resolutions: "That we approve the method of known a the California plan and extend te the officer nnd directors of the Hurley Marketing Association aur thank for the masterful way in which it affairs have been managed. "We believe in the exteiifion of the plan to other commodities than tobacco, and pledge our continued supto the farmers port and and tobacco growers in thi ditr,ct " rigKttp a Supply ofg-4- H - gpRSTAJD ASM Reason Why They Arc Best THEY .Mlnry schedule mut be made Ih the County Hoard of Kducation jbmltted In duplicate to the ja 'tfrr..- - Hoard of Education for ap-- . before ;. a. by the State Hoard T1 ' jcheiV contracts nre made; and an approved schedule must be In effect before any payments are made to WERE BRED IN OLD KENTUCKY j tat us trll yen whut wc hnve now READY FOR SALE gl S Dixie BROS. & J. Stock SANDERS LANCASTER, M. AMON, PROP. Farms. KY. Q In Th Soulli To tret reult economically mo't i4ttei feeder should Ue some kind of iUge in the ration, my the I'm-uStates Department of Agricul-- i there u a limit tu the quantThat ture. Steer fed on silage usually ity of blackstrap molasse which can ration of not only wake more economical gain, be added with economy t meal anil shrink Jew, and make more profll ft. t pound of cottonseed 4fi pound of corn ilage for fatten- than teeri fed on dry' roughage, but crop shown in a also make it poMlble to utilize ing yearling steer w rown pnmanly in a ration for re Detet made hy the United State storing the fertility of worn-ou- t partment of Agriculture in lands with the l.utana Kxperiment The comparative value of a num-.Ite- r Station. of different silage crop for steer pound steer Two lot of nine 700. feeding was recently worked out by were fed for II- - day. Korty-si- x with pounds of silage per steer per day the department in the Louisiana Kxperiment Station. their uii practically the limit ofpound In one Instance similar lots of cattle Lot I wan fed 5.12 rapacity meal of mlaM per terr daily, while lot 'were fed a ration of cottonseed and blacktrap molase in combinaof molse 'J was fed K.07 pound As lot 1 itained tion with lorn silage, com and lliloxi per steer dally. silare, sorghum silage, sorg2.4S pound per teer daily, white silage, nnd per hum and lliloxi lot 'J earned only 2. U pound 'J.G5 Japanese cane und Hiloxl terr daily, it it evident that pound of molasses w wanted daily silage The bet gain was made by the per iteer in lot 'J. The result in lot steer fed the straight corn silage, 2 might have been more favorable to the use of imi much molasses had but it was shown that the capacity ration been re. of a farm for fattening or wintering the cottonseed-mea- l by dured to 3.5 or I pound. In the cattle may be greatly increased silage the use of 1 consumed 1.KS0 pounds of tett, lot silage. II IK pound of cottoneed crop uch as wirghuni anil Japanese meal, and 'i 18 pounds of molasses cane. Immature lliloxi oy beans per 100 pound train, while lot 2 re mixed with corn or sorghum were quired 2 per rent more silage, 3 per not J satisfactory, but with crop like Japanese cane meal, and 54 cent more cotton-seethese soy gave very good results. per cent more molatte to produce .Sorghum silage and Japanese cane 100 pound of train. silage are pracand Hiloxi tically equul In frilling value for Bob-Whi- te An Enemy Ulcers when supplemented by cotton- Iseeil meal and molasses. Corn Rootworm Limit To Economical Use of Molasses To I Silage Mixtures Teilrd For Slrer Fatten Steers soy-bea- n n soy-bea- heavy-yieldin- g g d soy-bea- n of The bob.white cat the adult or beetle of the corn rootworm which lay the egg that later become larvae or worm and infeit the corn. At many a 12 of the beetle, according to the Ilurrau of Kntomology of the United State Department of Agriculture, have been found in the The redtomach of one headed woodpecker, nujhthawk, cardinal, kingbird and phoebe alo eat the beetles and reduce the damage done by the Southern corn rootworm bob-whit- e The most insignificant person cun aiily attract attention by snoring in church. Some old skinflint drop a penny in the collection box and expect to reap a dollars worth of blessings. Ministers nre about the most considerate people we know They are extremely delicate in the methotls they employ in awakening leeping member. of their congregations. ft Vj Tires $7.99 In order to reduce our Uxrgc Stock of Tires and Tillies, we are oirerink' nil Standard brand Auto Tires ?uch as UNITED STATES. GOODRICH, FIRESTONE GOODYEAR, i HI : supplementing teacher' salaries, or a much of it a is needed to meet t ,e salary schedule and the minimum alary law. In those counties where the 25c levy when added to the state per capita is nat sufficient to mret he minimum salary law, the county board may pay a lower salary than the legal minimum. Salaries in no county ought to be uniform, but the salary paid should haw a direct relation to the teacher's preparation and experience. Thi salary schedule must be kept posted in the county superintendent's office, and mut be published in the local paper. It must be made the basu and n part of the teacher's contract. The salaries of all teachers employed by the county board of education, whether teaching in the elementary schools of the county or' in county high chools, will be based on the following: Preparation Graduates of the Hlh. grade, $75; Graduates of the 8th grade plus one year of high school, $715; Graduate of the 8th grade plus 2 year of high school, $77; Graduate of the 8th grade plus 3 year of high school, $78; Graduates of the 8th grade plus 4 ear of high school, $80; Graduate of the 8th grade plus 1 year of normal, $77; Graduate of the 8th grade plus 2 years of normal, $80; Gruduates of thr 8th grade plus 3 )ear of normal, $85; Graduates of a t year standard high school plus jear of normal, $8S; Graduate of n t year standard high school plus 2 jrars uf normal, $1)5; Graduates of m 4 year standard high school plus 1 year of college or university, $88; Graduates of a 4 year standard high school plus 2 year of college or university, $1S; Graduate of n 4 year tandard high school plus :i years of college or university, $37; Graduate of a 4 year standard high school plus 4 ears of eollege or university, Six weeks or more attendance $100. at a summer school (IU22), $5.00. Under no condition shall any grade teacher receive more than $110.00 per month. Ckptrlrnce Three year' succeful experience, $.'1.00; six years" successful experience, $4.00; nine years' successful experience, $5.00. Under no condition shall any high school teacher, receive more than $1,000.00 for t months teaching. Attendance (10 per cent of the census, $2.00; 70 per cent of the census, $3.00; 80 per cent of the census, $1.00; 'JO per cent of the census, $5.00. Supervision, $15.75. Under no condition shall any High School Principal receive more than $1,500.00 for '. months. Adopted by the County Hoard of Education on the 15th day of .May, JA.MKS II. AHXKIt, County 1922 ' Superintendent. Approved by the State Hoard of Kducation on the 20 day of May, 1 legally emN'o teacher can be ployed who doe not hold at the time of hi employment a proper legal certificate which will not expire ilur-nthe term for which he I employed. The first 25c of the county school must be devoted exclusively to ,t g teacher. Hogs Don't Sweat -- Must Have Shade Hog are animals with and unless they are provided protection in the form of shade or water for wallowing purpoes, they suffer heavily from heat during tne hot summer months live stock men say. Many farmer are using concrete wallowing tanks successfully in keeping their animal cool while other have found shade to be the mo,: practical form of relief on their In either case, it is necessary farms. to provide the animal with plenty of clear drinking water in order to keep down the suffering from heat most g In case of accident, first aid is the best aid. Many a life has been saved by having on hand first aid remedies. Many a life has been LOST by blood poisoning or early neglect. Come in and let us fit you out with a supply of first aid necessities so you can have them right in your home, should anything happen to you or the children. It won't cost much at our store. McRoberts Drug Store Drainage of Farm Land Getting Added Attention With the decrease tn the cost of tile, Kentucky farmers this year have shown more interest in the drainage of their field than they have in any one of the past three or four years, according to Karl G. Welch, farm engineering specialist of the College pf Agriculture. In line with this narked interest twelve demonstra-tion- s have been arranged by the extension division on as many farms in eight different counties of the State to point out the value of drainage to Interested persons, he col-Je- effectively. If there are no tree in the to provide shade, a good shelter from the sun may be contracted by setting short post. in the ground nnd bujilding a roof of light boards over these. The board should be nailed down to prevent their being blown away by the wind. If the owner wishes the building for permanent shade rafter can be set up nnd the structure made more complete. A shed-roo- f type of building 1 f feet feet long and five and high in front sloping down to three and onehalf feet high in the rear ha given satisfactory results on the Agricultural Kxperiment Station farm, swine pecialiU of the station ay. N'o sides are put on the building a free circulation of air Is desired. When concrete wullowing tanks are used In keeping hogs cool, a small amount of oil should be placed in the water to keep the animnl free from lice. Care should be taken to see that wallow of ult kinds are kept clean. pu-tu1 one-halKen-tueky said. Big Causes of Loss In Stock Shipments Heavy losses resulting each summer from injury, death and shrinkage In shipment of livestock nre caused largely by improper methods of handling the animals ut shipping points, marketing specialist at the g ay. College of Agriculture which adds to the comfort of animals in transit diminishes the danger of losse, their suggetion on shipping point out. "Hcfore having animals placed in them, cars should be cleaned carefully nnd bedded with sand or some otli er similar bedding, the use of thee being preferable to straw, sawdust and shaving," I). G. Card, one of the specialist said. "Stock will rench the market In better condition if fed the uual amount of dry feed instead of being fed excessively just before shipping. Clubs, whip and poles should be eliminated as far ns possible in loading animal a the use of these causes bruises and n consequent loss of meat." l.OOO.pound "About twenty-twteer may be loaded safely in a standard lit! foot car, he said. Danger of losses may be reduced by partitioning off bulls, vicious animal with horns, calve and cow with calves. Cattle fed on dry feeds u day or two previous to shipment will reach market in better condition than those allowed to fill up on water and grass. From 80 to 100 hog depending upon their Mie may be shipped III a single deck standard car, from 1(1,000 to 17000 pounds making In a good carload in hot weather. summer the bedding for hog shuuld be drenched thoroughly with water and in extremely hot weather, from live to 800 pound of ice should be broken up and placed on the floor of the car or hung up in sack. It is best to give them dry feed before shipping instead of filling them with water and swell as is often the case. may be From 125 to 150 lamb loaded safely in a single deck stancar. dard Any-thino 30-fu30-fo- Wnrren, Madison. Itockc.utle and Carroll counties each have two such demonstrations while Muhlenburg, Hart, Webter and Jefferson coun-ti- e each have one. Additional demonstration. probably will be arranged in with farmers in other counties in the near future. r "It is Impossible to bring soil up to the highest state of fertility without good drainage," .Mr. Welch point ed out in speaking of the projects. "When land Is poorly drained or not drained t all, every quality necessary for a fertile soil is either wholly or partially destroyed. Poor drainage lowers the availability of all the plant food elements by preventing the proper circulation of air through the soil and prevent good structure characterized by the "crumbine" that I necessary for easy working of the oil and the development of plant root systems. It ulso prevents the proper decomposition of organtlc matter and the consequent formation of compounds of nitrogen and other elements which are available at plant food. "Heavnig, or freezing out of winter crops ,also is favored by poor drainage. If poorly drained land has good under drainage for the obvious reason that more water must be carried away by surface drainage. Many sloping lands hnve poor under drain-agA striking characteristic of poorly drained soil is a tight, whitish or grayish subsoil, often containing brown or rust colored spot. The Installation of the tile drainage is the only remedy that can be applied to such soils." e. M Best way to paj far HOME. Best kml-Ki- t for SURPLUS fliiNDS on City Propertyfonly. Ask the man who has payed for his home through the Building and Loan Association $1,000 TO LOAN Lancaster Building & Loan Ass'n J. E. Robinson, Presidral. Miss Sue Sbclbj Mason, 1 SfdjJros. i Denmark May Follow U. S. In Boy And Girl Club Work extension Although agricultural methods are older in Denmark than in the United States, work with boy and girl u conducted by the United States Department of Agriculture in with State agricultural college ha not been organized there, A plan, however, I being considered for forming similar club, say S. advisor atSorensen, agricultural Legation at tached tu the Danish Washington. At present the work in Denmark is for people from 18 to 70 years. Love i often like the tides. It conies in before marriage nnd goes out afterward. "Truth I stranger than fiction," they say, but telling it often gets u fellow into trouble where he has to resort to fiction tu squeeze out. In admiring some of those xplffy bathing suit illustrated in the magazines one nhould remember that they arc not intended to be worn in the water. 10-- -' GKOItGK COmX, FISK. State Superintendent. I Si AND OLDFIELD AT PRICE FROM I Spraying With Kerosene ki:mi:dy To get rid of lawn nuts entomologist of the United State Department of Agriculture suggest drenching the nest with boiling water or pouring in a small quantity of kerosene oil. Similar treatment may be against lawn ants UP Tlie earn that won 1st and 2nd in the liulinnapl- lis Speedway race were equipped with OLDFIELD TIRES. Garrard National Farm Loan fissn Federal Farm Loans: RATE OF INTEREST 5 CENT. I Becker f & Ballard KENTUCKY. BRYANTSVILLE, i applied to nests between or beneath paving stone. Spraying the lawn with kerosene emulsion or with very strong soap wash I ulo recommended. For large ant nests dispulphld of carbon Injected Into the nest by mean of tin oil can or a small syrlngo I recommended to kill the ant. The fume of disulphid of carbon have a very disagreeable odor and are Keep in touch with the world if but they are not injurious you don't want to be touched. to higher animal in the open air. PER For information see G. B. SWINEBROAD, Secy-Trea- s. The Central Record, Lancaster Ky. Thursday .Oune 22, 1922. A DIET OF BEET NEMATODES LONGEVITY ELECTRIC Recipe of Womnn Whose Fore- SPREAD BY DIRT Goodbye Boils! 5. 5. S. WiJ I Wd You of BoJU, PtastiU, BUtth Jt atwl Skin Eruption. A loll I n rolcn. tour hWvo.1 to rhueK full rf lulsons lht Xhrmn ThrH Toir out Into a lolL ileslmy lhn up" unlit yon 'H.I' n cerorMelr by th u tl-l'nr- ) it tho most powfflM. H.H. h slim.1 snosin to sclenf. Tfi .foyer of lis ft time. thi s. rknowlr.liinl tiy tnrre.llents I li.nt r.llnl arn IU t a b I n. ! purely Y ruarsnlfl to tho skin of off. .Itlfht Ulla. It blotches'. t.Uf khrs.lf. srnw. Irtems. rash n.l olhr (kin eruption. ii nmn out iloes It tnorouinir. nlfh eu Emitthe Mood Itnpurlllea rich Slhl nukra the tiull.li un kist flrsh. It hell tu tkMHl cells, thsfa manufseturo At T.o Up to lh k In MmhI M. R M U x.U at parlllMf B. . U saw W lh lentlesl u jruc atarra, In'twu aisra. Tha Try U, (tr U U tao uwro Kvnvmtcal. fathers Lived to be 150 It may interest your reader to hear of n system of diet which i that of the early world when people lived hundreds of years without growing old. I heard of it while traveling in Asia Minor from an Armenian CHOP ROTATION IS FAVORED woman of CO of very youthful elrJ Traditions on diet and. long life had been preserved in her WhenPctti Art Found In Locality, Ac family from very ancient times. tlon Should B Taken by Whott Community to Prevent Spread Her father had lived to ISO and ne Rules. -S- emi Good her grandfather nnd her grandmothalso. She attributed her youth to er, certain law of diet and n particular trrMtJ ty ih t'nitxl Sl.Ut DrMtnM "S. S. S. is for sa.c at MvIlobcrU Drug Store," H A sweetmeat, a kind of veep pate, hlrt from the beet dump apparentv which the claimed was one of the ly is tlie inot timiinon uirsins nematode nnd food ofthe patriarchs and enabled opreuillng the siigur-hcc- t The number taking . loped, Hie Ilrt to revels, e attention May Study in work usually ranges from 5 up tne them to live to their great age. It should to 16, in pliiimliig control measures, accordprolongs vouth and retard old age. ing to Partners' lllllletlll 1'JIS Ttie an.1 thu far the department ha been Labora'and I made from two of the Sueur licet Nematode In the Western aH,e to care for all applicant. food mixed with honey State, pictured iy Thome and become familiar These student tories anil other Ingredients. She believed U A. (lidding nnd now ready for diswith crop seeds, seed adulterant, by I ho fulled States llcpart-iien- t old age and disease were due to tribution j that Persons interested In learning the weed seeds, and other foreign ma-- ti of Agrluilturc. wrong combinations of food, and that approved methods of testing commerrial frequently found in commerPrevent Scattering Soil. a longer youth can be achieved by Since the ritmnnl of dirt from the cial seeds are offered the facilities of cial teed. They are shown alto how keeping a strictly as possible to the lump seem to he the only prnrtlrnl me I'nueii state Department ni sib-- I to make detailed analyses for purity diet of the ancient world. riculture in Washington, withoat ncthod of illpliig of the thousand to test seed foe germina-ttet- i. She divided food Into three class-'e- s 't tons of soli annually screttns.1 from charge. Although the department and how a scedman hat a special If containing the the heels, the the htllletln. prccnu- does not pretend to conduct a reed problem anting out of the peculiarcarbohydrates the lions niii- -l - taken to pre rut sent chool with outlined course and Lucy and Nolle Turner and Laverne, protwd. fat. an.l ities of his business, he Is given evGUY. Mcpreierving. only tlx in number: terlng the soil containing nematode classes .it has fnr a number of year ery pMtble aid In olving it. The dr. Sunday of Whittaker were pint enough nnt.d Wngon hose houlil fv tightalong 'v ol, 'ouhort Iw,"c- permitted a few people to study in prtmnt welcomes the opportunity Mis, Fannie Merida. (Delayed) milk), butter, honey and dates, and to preent soil Jnrrlng out Hump the the Government labora- to give these who know the commerdirt road and In the field, Mr and Mrs. Alfred Toynter and ,lfe.(,troyini;. nvo ln numb,.r. hould le Mr. Dell Kldd was a visitor of children. Donald. Glady, and Calvin,; dlMiil of In holes, tories, and In July and August an ex cial tide ef the seed business addiwh)ch shou)J nmf be con,ulJu.j( ,nJ where Lancaster fricndi Friday. technical were aunuay aucrnoon visitors ui consist of flesh of meat, tea, cofTee, swamps, or wnte corners being there I pert In seed testing devotes his time tional knowledge of it scat to helping them. Is th$ least dnliKer of Its Mr. Pcnn William, of Lancaster, Mrs. John II. I'osey. It It an effective way to aspects. own diet conbeer and spirits. Her nvflymz.vru ril. j was n visitor here Sunday afternoon. Thov who have taken advantage improve the quality of seeds sold to Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ward and sisted of whole meal bread, eggs, The practice of growing beets jnr ' of y the opportunity in past year have farmers and. consequently, to ImMr. John Donaldson returned tons, Harold. Jr., and Earl, were the vegetables, some of each of these .ifter year en the sunie Meld gltes the from a visit with Richmond guests Sunday of Mr. nnd Mr. MH - Hf e.prrrvini: foods, and lentils, and nematode, an excellent opportunity of been n mot Instances the sons c( prove yields. seedmen or young men and wftmtn relatives. they Persons whq contemplate taking ton Ward and Mrs. C. K Henry. and evening meals Incoming etnhllihet If system art- once sent out by seed jat the mld-daA lefliiltc of crop companies to icarn ur " s work th s season should plan, Mr. John Donaldson was the guest Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Walker, Mrs. 'tome of the sweetmeat, the latter be- - introduced. I said to t advl'nhle with the bctt methods that have been df .f Saturday night of Mr. and Mrs. W. Hoy Prather and children, Willie ing a very essential part of the diet. rotation la start about July 1t. not more Ihilll two year of licet In T. Sutton. Francis and Collit O'Neal were visi. She claims that it It possible to main succeiti The fertility of the sod Miss Carrie Sutton was the curst tors Thursday of Mr. and 'Mrs. Wm. tain youth anil vigor up to a very will thu he maintained, and much of Saturday night of Misses Carrie and Scott. the 1uiii.it from lnect pcl and plant long time on thit diet. - ntohlrd at the same will I hal'M t ri.v. I it nmt Maud Yntcr. fnr iv..n I iIm-h- ' Mr. and Mrs. Marcus White nnd lnr,r..t tll.fh a....v f nil month", eating only very little tih time. Make It. Community Affair. ..,, 2111,. Messrs. Orear Whlttnkor, Tom and i.hlMr.,n v,,...ll.. I have grown much Lewi Barnes and Joe Turner spent and Hugh, were Sunday visitor of:nd fowl. are found In a When nematode Saturday in Lexington. Mr. and Mrs. John ilroaddus, of stronger; my friends tell me I look n tlon louhl Immediately he much younger, and I have entirely-go- t Master George Yantis was a din- HyatUville. rid of a troublesome throat afMr. and Mrs, Carl Pendleton and ner guest Friday of Mesdames Milfection and cough which I sutfered ton Ward and C. It. Henry. little daughter. Mr, and Mrs. Wm. from for years, and which 1 always Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Yanti nnd two Lane and ton, Klza and Mb Flonnie feared would develop into consumptons spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Mae Lane were visitors Sunday of tion. Medicine and an operation Mr. nnd Mrs. Lee Pendleton, of Uuck John Smith, of the Fall Lick road. failed to do me any good, but this Mr. and Mrs. Harry I). Ilice were eye. diet seems to rjave eliminated the week-enMr. of visitors the past Mr. nnd Mrs. Henry Yater and son, germ from my system, for I am ennnd Mrs. '.. T. Ilice. Sr., of James, Misses Carrie Sutton, Maud, tirely cured. Carrie, ileulah nnd Elizabeth Yater, There ore such a number of Miss Laverne Whittaker, of Lan- - Mr. and Mrs. Kdd linker and famllv. tern nowadays that one I apt to caster wn the weekend visitor of her 'motored to Rowland Sunday nnd at think very little of them, but I cart parent, Mr. and Mrs. William Whit-- ! tended the Sl'nd. birthday anntver- - testify that this system will yield aary of Mrs. Patience Prichett. taker. the fullest result, only it must be conscientiously carried out, and whatMiss Savannah Lane spent the. ever else is eaten, the weekend at Huckeye with her cousin, I foods Misses Lillian and Jane Marie PenFoley's Honey and Tar Forbes, should be given up. M. E, dleton. in Saturday Review. SURE and QUICK R.ll.f from Mr. nnd Mrs. Henry' Tuttle. Mr. COY ! Wm. Unmet and son, Crit, were visi tor Sunday of Mr. and Mr. Simon' fet for Children and Grown PereoM (Delayed) I Tankersley. . irr .Mrs. C Moberley in ill at thit Miss Mary Brown has returned McROBERTS DRUG STORE writing. home from Paint Lick, nfter n visit with her titter, Mrs. Dave Hcrvey People cannot be expected to re Mitt Agnes Simpson was in DanOne of tnc Many Widtly Varying and Mr. Hervey. spect the law of the land unless they ville Monday. AND WISDOM OF of Sugar Bsttt Found In Type Misses Mollie and Ethel Barnes, arc first taught to respect themselves, MIm Irene Hardin is visiting her Ccmmtrclal Fields. CHALK AND CLAY" uncle, in Cincinnati. tnken to prevent their spread, the bulMits Agnes Simpion was the guest letin Hilvlses, Thl should he made a Caveny community affiilr, and the following of Mrs. Edd Moberley Sunday. Refuse From Dumps Apparently Is Most Common Means of Spreading Parasites. FANS CALL tt auth-ntlllf- rlm-Irl- M l.ll l. f r I' Seedmen Government Bastin Bros, I life-givin- ; seed-testin- g Frl-da- J - y jc.b, NOTABLE LECTURES At The d Ifich-nion- Redpath CHAUTAUQUA "WIT THE J. Franklin J COUGHS rani -- i ima tor a how-dow- n yMl t wide-ope- W Ii MK T I'reston spent the week- - the fnrm bu77Mj;T' TJT.'&l'r.zl'i . ynd with Mr. nnd Mn. T. Whittaker. The sugar coiupaliy operating In the district Is requested to refuse con Mr. and Mr. Ike Duncan nnd chil grown on soli Unit tract for bet-ldren were in Nicholasvilte Tuesday. Is "to Infestnl with th sugnr-he'- t Mr- - T- - riiciiMirc ure belns nilopted by ome ... Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Matthew spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs.- Wm. Mat- - thew -- ., t ' You've probably UiA thi Surely by this time you feel that the Purina Mill could never mike this guarantee Guarantee time after time. mu money -- hick guitinlte unlets 1'uilni (.hows uo ciiiujr ai m Purina IJoublc-ueveiopm- ini Mr. ami Mr. Johnie Spark spent Friday night with Mr, James Sparks and family. Mr. Lawrence Ayers, of Corhin, visited hi friend, Miss ilennlc Met- --catr recently. Mr. II. A. Wylle ha sreturned to Versailles after a visit with Mr. nnd Mrs. It. II. Pretoti. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde sum, Simpn v Purina Double -- Development Guarantee Purina Chicken Chowder and Purina Baby Chick Chow, ltd as dittcted, ate guaranteed to make, your chicks gton twice as last during the first tlx weeks as when ted grain letui, sucn at tntali stale btead, cracked wheat or other cereals. If we fail to piove this ttalement w will re fund your money. Mr. nnd Mrs. Powell Dailey. Mr. nnd Mr. Wilbeil Tuylur, of Lexington, spent Suiulay with Mr. O. J. Hardin und family. I Mrs. Flora Ll.g nntl daughter, I Fruncls, of Siehtdusville, wore visi- '. I n ..n. ...nunlK I iv. i the week-en- d with her mrnt, pnt he known .,.iiemnioflps. TC'li-IJtlfCstfd soil lllltiens to be plntitfiT the oner mid the sugar rnnr finny are to make armnEeiueiits for handling Hie beets from the Infested TeT"rteiy ainj not ullow the nrt Iwt'ts to go Ihrotiglt the dumps while other beets Mre helm; nntjdletl The practice- of tptwlng dtiini dirt should l" nlnng puhlh; hlt1iA) hlhltiil. by law If necestary Cofli of the bulletin may be had free by mnkltig a request to the t'nlted of Agriculture Ninles Depnrtment Wiishlngto'i, I. C -I "VICTORY" Edward Amherst Ott .i "HUMAN INTEREST AN THE MASTER STORIES" Stephani Schutze "THE PACIFIC TRIANGLE" Sydney Greenbie FRESHENING TIME IMPORTANT Hat Considerable to Do With Amount Fall ef Prof.t Cow n.turn It Favored. "THE WONDERS OF BURBANK" Dr. Henry A. Adrian ling fl run HCHICKENl SHnoNinmowDfiB Now Order for Sale by HIDSON BECKER & dALLARU, bryanuvuic, FARNAU, . aamaa Lancaster, am m. Ky. I.. ry llunUtte spent Sunday night with Mrs. Robert Carter and attended ut Huckeye. .Mr. Geo. Miller and little ton, of Versailles, Mr. and Mrs. Ike Duncuii and children nnd Mlt Gladys and Seldon Newby spent Sunday with Mr. und Mr. It. H. I'reston. Mits Olivia Pretton delightfully en- tcrtulned Mr. Tommy May, of Mr. Hugh II. East and Mr. land Mr. Harney East, of Huckeye. I Ice crtiam and K.tiinlav even ng. ser-Me- et n. Mr. ami Mr, llrndford llurdctte nnd son. spent Saturday night and Kundav Aith Mr. and Mrs. Charlie McMiliiali Ml.ses Uciinie Metcair and Haxel .ir. .vv....f. that a row Th time of the rr.. .!...,. bus roiioldenihle to do with the profit she return. An analysts of the II tMJ rt- ontatneii iroin hmuij testing nnlatloiis shows Hint In most .il,.n. tb. cows thnt freshen dur i.,- - ii .. fail mil e.irlv winter prodni-tint most milk and butler fnt. nnd bring In the greulet profit over cost feeij. e )nr 5- , BIG DAYS - 5 tt BUY ONLY BEST DAIRY COWS Selection REDPATH CHAUTAUQUA Season Tickets for All 5 Days $3.00 CHAUTAUQUA (ra at Start Dettrmlnts Sue mm of Herd. ef Moat ProHtabU Produo WEEK HERE The profit ' he made from u dnlrj herd depends largely upn Ihe selee to start with ii., i. nf itimmI diilrv r cent ol It rniilr- - from .' to 7.k " Is eoiKihle of conum the ftsil iniiliilnlu her hotly. It Is there y. '( fore much cheaper to pridiice, gallons id milk with leu cowt will. 15 row. July 12th to 17th tnr The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky.. Thursday June 22, 922 1 BUILT BETTER How to Feed and Care I ' For The Household Chameleon Time was when the changeable little lliard known as the chameleon Anulis carolincmis was an object to ornament a lady's coat or to keep In the library ai a houtehotd pet. In tome climates cheroeleons are uied In capturing tile, ant., and other Insects, being liberated for this purpose Inside screened houses In summer-time. arsn-r-r r I i -- M.- aW Tur nriM inc U trill a 8 COM IMISSIONER'S i ' . uM i it UsTLif n' Coprriabt till. J SALE OF LAND GARKAKD CIRCUIT COURT. 5i Plaintiff, croud until Olin Warren mine VS. us. She un vlsllliu the Mvlngston's Defendants. when we met her and after that, she Dettie Ilallcw, et al, and her snobbish old nutit came and Pursuant to a Judgment rendered rental 'the Itallle's tilt, the Rallies at the March Term, 1922, the underwere south fur the winter As a rule, signed Commissioner will sell at Pub-li- e Auction to the highest and best During the winter months we girls welcome n stranger, and try CAREFUL analyse of the construction the suitable facilities for hibernation of to make her enjoy herself. Hut Ife bidder, before Ky., Court House Door any one' insist-aneLancaster, in at It o'clock, A. Olla Warren needed and complete equipment of the Light-Si- x the chami'leons are necessary. M. or thereabouts, on nola etiJo)lng herself. I hadn't Many Inquiries concerning the ticed It. The trouble wus, she let will convince you that it has no dupliMONDAY, JUNE 2Gth., 1922, care, food, and habits of chameleons nothing stand In the way of her encate in value in the light car cla3j. the real estate mentioned In the have come to the United States De- joyment ; oilier peopto's hurt feelings follows: partment of Agriculture, The Bu- or things like Unit (111 lint give her pleadings and described as For instance, llic machining of the. crankshaft and In Garrard County, Ky., and on the In fact, we Biological Survey has there the slightest reau of waters of Hack Creek, and West of connecting rods on nil surface it .1 manufacturing fore compelled information concern learned later that hurt fwlliigs were the Hyattsvillc and Kirksville and enjoyment, yes. Nina pikes, and bounded as follows: practice that is found only on costlier can. ing this little animal for the benefit part of Miss Oil', STANDARD EQUIPMENT sh walk Dora Heginning at a point at the Interof those who wiih to try it as u pet. really Klse why didup and down beIncludes cowl vrntiUtor operStarr's Moved Hilly This particular operation is mainly responsible for pike- with the section of Nina A box 2 or 3 feet long is recommendfore the Itarr home, after she had un- Hyattsville ated from the instrument pike; Kirksville and the fine balance of the Light-Si- x motor and its reed as a cage. It should have its open fairly taken Mm away from Ifcirn? board; cowl parkinf lights at with the center of Hyattsthence markable freedom from vibration at all speeds. It end covered with glait, moiquito netwas whv we heartily illsllkpd ville and Kirksville pike S. CO. W. That Imk of the windshield; inttd ting, or a also has an important bearing un the wearing quality wire screening. (lla Warren when we knew her un- 6.33 chains to a point on the West ml outside door Itandlea; opposite a gate. S. A small shallow bowl conUinin; a fairness. Perhaps she reasoned that edge of pike, large, rectanjutar plate Uu of the car and on its dependable service. W. 7 chains 43 West point water hyacinth, a Chinese sacred lily, "all Is fair In love and war." Hut she sidei,of pike, S. to aW. 6.34onchains window in rear curiam, 94, had not been with us a month before or some other plant should be pro The exceptional values in the Light-Si- x to a point In center of pike, corner transmission lock, are possible vided Inside the cage and a little we were quarreling with enrh other to the lands of Wiley Prewitt; thence reducing the rate ol theft because practically every part that goes into the car we who had been so peacefully chumwith his line fence .N. W.ri. W. 10.70 water sprayed over the leaves of the my. owners lo Lifht-Smanufactured complete in tiicmost mudern plant in chains to a stone, Prewitt's comer plant at least once a day, otherwise IS lo 20 per cent; and cord tn sejn and in Walker Logan's line: thence Iora and Hilly were the I1rt the world. Parts-maker-s' profits are practically elimthe chameleon may die of thirst. arate. It wetned that Telia Warren with Logan's line X. 22, E. 7.04 tirrs. inated. Importnnt savings through better methods Chameleons normally what told Hilly thlugs which he should hav chains to angle in stone fence, N. LIGinVSIX PRICES and bigger volume permit greater value to the buyer. water they want by lapping droplets known true little Porn never said. 214, W. 11.40 chnins to a stone In J.P.-..I- W W.II.WII.P. Logans line, corner to Carl Prewitt; They may not be willing And the last to tlroii inch other's ! on leaves. ... $ 87$ Chassia hnckberry pointer; From the standpoint of shrewd investment you should to touch water in a pan. Sweeten clety were Ted nlid I. and I never Prewitt's lines. X. 82 thence E. with 8.30 Touring Car . . , 104 would bae believed that Ted could ed water should not be given. find out why the Light-Si- x offers you so much more chnins to a white walnut, N. 25, E. Roadster . IMS he such a goose. 4.79 chains tn a post on North side Chameleons ore entirely insectivor for your money in performance, service and economy. Coupe- - Roadster starti-- out In business, I When ous and in captivity may be fed on wasn't a Ted surprised that he asked of a drain, N. 84W. E. 1.18 chain 1375 ( M'aaa ) bit mulberry, S. 80, E. 7 chains to flies and meal worms. The latter tiii- - to marry him, while Dad agreed, to aash 1750 ... SJ.n stump and lynn. N. 70, E. an This Is a Sludcbakcr Year may be purchased from dealers or cheerfully and resignedly, a n mutter 9.28 chains to center of Nina pike; All fUmf.m. raised, and a .supply of cockroaches of course. thence with center of Nina pike, S. i will prove a valuable source of food. Hut like Dora and Hilly, and Nell 8. E. 12.47 chains to the beginn ng. Where cockroaches are a pest chame and her Jackie. Ted and I had decided containing 47.CG acres. ueing part of the same land con leons may prove helpful m reducing not to announce ur engagement until veyed to Uettie D. Dallew by Jane Cardwell-Will- is Co tieiirer the Mitueulml distant marriage Hallew- - and others by deed dated tht-inumbers. time. March 23, 189C, recorded in Deed Then all at once Cella Warren blew Hook 13, page ,1i)l. Garrard Coun clone aud ty Clerk's Otfice. u like a tiilM'hlevuus c) Danville. Ky. mixed things all up. The purpose of said sale is to -mmlm awaaMaaSBlassBVB Sallle dear," fella Warren iald to the debt of the Lancaster Cemetery Constipntion. Indigestion. Sour mo with her auno)liig. umused smile. Company of $1,500.00 with interest "Why In the world do you let Ted from January in, milt, until paid. Stomach, Biliousness, Bloating. of Gai. Coated Tonfiue. take that lortng lie so dead sure of your affec- and second to satisfy the debt in tion for him. If a mini wer as sure Kobert Long for xii.QOO.OO with wholesome physic and conceited atxiut Ids power over terest at six per cent from January method in madness, hut Prices continue to come down. Kvery few weeks a new row breaks T'er 1. subject to a credit me. I'd sliow him. I would. Why. when of 1921. until paid, Soon we may be able to POLSY CATHARTIC TABsassTI pie are not sane enough to! they jay out in some Kuropean peace confer- - i..an 3,100.00 of date April 24, 1922, he Mas talking to me at the party last nnd third, to satisfy the debt of the enee see It I see them. Act promptly . Neer disappoint. Mild idght I said. Jokingly. 'You'd better I.ancater Cemetery of $650.00 with and (eerie in sction Do ool (ripe or hand-som- a Hi and tlnd Mallle or aome other interest at six per cent per annum Some people do not appreciate' N'ever rub your friend's feathers nauseate. No coitivc alter crtects. Tios war fraud millions are till man will take her to supper,' and from May 6, 1921. until paid, and what is done for them, They don't occupying the public mind and the, the wrong way. The canker beneath Teil laughed, a quis-- r sort of laugh It lourth. the debt of A. D. Joseph of lira. Svtai Oiit. Aai. V "I fc.d b.J like to be "done." pocaets of the thieves. the gloss is not pleasant to ,wf. li4Kki4 look I wo roUr Oik.nli T.bl.w. whs and said. 'Oh. I will thai Sallle 695.08 with interest at six per cent la .hilt, nr bJ.io4 atalai." where I left her. That ler annum from June 21. 1921, unalrlsht. McROBERTS DRUG STORE new I.e Jut Stramce man has u bit of it paid, and $72.70 with Interest Sallle. Cellu added, from January 1, 1922. until paid, and crush im you. (he estimated cost of this -action WOLF TRAIL tinmen It would be tmrd to make your amounting to $250.00. Ted believe that." TERMS. (Delayed) So I did Just what Nell nnd Dora The sale will be made on a credit done under the same provocation Mrs. Powell Dalley has been on had I determined to hIiow Ted luring of fix and twelve months, nnd the the sick list. conceitedly sure purchaser will be required to execute that he need not be bonds with approved security, for Mr, and Mr..Jamcs land have pur of tne. after all. I talked to that the purchase price, payable to W. H. Strange, man so liHig at our next gathrhncd a new vlctrola, ltrown, .Master Commissioner, due ering that he Insisted upon taking ma In alx and twelve months respectiveMrs. Jasper Mat'hews hail the mis Into supr. while Ted walked off ly, with interest at six per cent per fortune of sticking a nail in her foot laufhlng. with Cella Warren. annum from date until paid, having last week. ho she added another conquest and the torce and etiect of a judgment man, as days passed, upon which execution may issue, and Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Teater enter and had another tamed a few of their friends Satur leaning over the piano Joking with her a lien will be retained upon the prop as she played, while we three deserted erty until tne purchase money day evening. paid, girls aai. like wnu now en, uaca Mr. and Mr. Claude Oliver wera ilie ilium. W. II. Drown, Master Commis(Week-enguests of Mr. and Mrs. V sioner of Garrard Circuit Court. "If Jackie only would not take tn T. Moberley. everything that girl says," lamented G. C. Walker, Atfy. for Plff. Nell. "He wouldn't attach himself to .ir. and .Mrs. Hugh .Moberley were her train If It wasn't In pique against at the bedside 6f Mr. Harve Teater tne." Thursday night Ileutle lira's tone was actually AS ADMINISTRATOR OF R. H. TOMLINSON, DECEASED, WE WILL Miss Francis Davis and Mr. Cephas spiteful. "When Cella Warren talks Law Real SELL ON the wonderful places she has (Davis visited relatives in Madison about and the noted eople who enter been Money to loan on farms. the last week-end- . ttlued her and the great musicians List your farm for sale privI Just Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Simpson, Mrs whom she iiccompanles, well, ately or at auction. P. Dalley and son were in Lancaster wish I could fare her with her He." Nell aat up. Office over J. W. Smith's Store. Sunday afternoon, "That's It." she exclaimed Miss Jessie II. Kay and "If we could show those Inbeclle Master IRolan Kay were visitors of Mrs. Jas. unhappy boys that she Is untruthful M. S. In one thing, they mlitht guess that Matthew one night last week. she's been untruthful too, concerning Mr. and Mrs. Elijah McMillian and us." HATFIELD son, were among the guest. of Mr. The music ceased abruptly and Cella Warren swung uround on the piano DENTIST and Mrs. Iluford Smith Sunday stool. Ogle ovar Tha Garrard Bank. Kev. and Mrs. N. 11. Young and AT 4:00 O'CLOCK, P. M. "Fine." she praised my obtuse Ted, Phooss Offica S. Rasldaoca 376. friend, were dinner guests Wednes "you sing as well ai fleorger." a KENTUCKY, tleorgvr was being lloulred In our town LANCASTER, day of Mr. and Mrs. Juntos Land. Just then. Mrs. Allie Keynolds and children, The old Tomliti.son IniiltUni, in corner of Public next door to Walker "Did you etery hear the Dean of were guests Saturday night and Sun Haiupdon slug. Miss Warren I- I sud day of Mr. and Mrs. Collins in Mad I denly asked. HroH. Hardwuri' Store. OPTOMETRIST Probably not. Ilatnpdou was our son, Practice limited college. Dorii, Nell and I went through to diagnosing and Dalley together. Lilian! , Messrs. Harrison THIS PROPERTY coivsidki of the biiildhijr on the street and lure lot back correcting defects and llolmnn J. McMillian spent Fri "The lVan Is really celebrated as a of Eyesight by day night with relatives on Poor singer. You took up music, I believe, you said, at our HiiiiiinIoii one year? with warehouse on the alloy and has been rented to produce nice income also Ridge. the fitting of then, you know Dean (Sorproper glasset. Miss Vallie Clark returned home Of rourne dini." DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. can be rebuilt using the lot rtiiininjr back making business house for any purpose Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Mob "Oh, yes," I'ellii Warren answered erley and daughter accompanied her carelessly. Opposite Gtlcher Hotel. I home and spent the week-enneeded. I his is the Inst clwuieu on the square for such purchase. Let us She looked up nt the three boys Im- Oflcs) Hours S to 12 and 1 lo S p.m. Mr, and Mrs. Hunter Davis and pressively. "I have often played for him," she show you this property whieh can b made a valuable addition to the busl daughter, Miss Flora Mac and Miss I wus tulglity Lucille Price were entertained Sun- told them. "A in he Such wonderful ikirk eyes. day at the home of Mr. and Mrs. ness on the square. lie uhh to tnke me around n lot, Dewey Price. though It uiwi't In accordance with MINERAL DIRECTOR I hud the happy Mr, and Mrs. Wilbert Dalley and college rules. You bargain on tonus which will be reasonable. Come to this sale and get Ofllc Over National Hank. son, and Mr. Drew Davis spent Sun- excuse of playing Ids accompaniments." It was then thut I stood up ilrniiiiit Residency Phone 3. Ollice i'hone 27 day with Mr, and Mrs. Irvine Simp- I rally. son and Mrs. Elbert Teater and baby. I LANCASTER, KY. Which." I remarked clearly, "Is all Mrs. Harmon Davis and children were very strange, dls Warren, Inasmuch guests in the afternoon. as the Deau nf lUuipdoti college Is a Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Long enter- woman, u small blonde woman, Ellxa-betllordon," tained the following guests Sunday: It wus meuti and stooping to Cella Mr, and Mrs. Chronlle Itoss and daughter, Mr. and Mr. Chas, Koss Warren' level, too, but there are times VETERINARIAN. when a lesson l necessary, And I r and children, Mr. and Mr. Otto Cnpt. Am Bourne, Auct. must admit thut therv waa no regret Calls Answsrsd Promptly Day or and daughters, Mr. and Mrs, In our crowd when Miss Cella HI moved NIsM Phona 317 Win. Ward and Mrs. Hiram and ou to an adjacent town mid we rs children. KCNTL'CKY uiued our old huppy war. Nl,VU , than Cars that Cost More-A UV girls hud been the happiest little Robert Long, among fine-mesh- loni-live- d thief-proo- f n . 3-- .... . Motor r For Sick Headache bb1Bbbbbbb1 if ti. PnUic I d i Green Clay Walker And Estate FRIDAY, JUNE H Siare 1922 DR. J. J. BYRINE goixl-lookin- J. A. Beazlev i The Garrard Bank & Trust Co, h Or. Printus Walker Ma-tea- Awe-Inspiri- ng Electrifying Excitement Shocking Super Selling Event Staged For Your Benefit MARSEE'S QUICK DRASTIC DISPOSAL $50.00 TO BE GIVEN AWAY ABSOLUTELY I SUGAR! SUGAR Free! On The Door Open For This Gigantic Sale We will give away absolutely FREE $50 in Merchandise to the first r0 customers making a purchase of $10 or oer. Coupons will he given away in seal Coupons envelopes. good for Merchandise for 50c, 75c, $1.00; $2.00. $3.00 and $5.00. Come early you may get $5.00 for nothing. Wcdneday Morn-inJune 21t., When s, i Bare harintf! Sensation! in the Fxtrentel WITH UNMATCHABLE aMBBfc To create a friendly interest and promote early buying, wc will granulated sell best sugar at lc pound on Friday morning from 10 to 12 o'clock, June 23rd., to all customers making a purchase of $5.00 or over. Limit 10 pounds to a customer. Come here is a real thrilling bar gain, besides getting all the other money saving opportunities. Come share it. nai I IT ROARS BRILLIANT BARGAINS Noah Marsee Jr., "Cuts Loose" Entire Stock S25.000.oo STOCK to BE SOLD in 10 DATS I at Prices That Mere Shadow. i all Previous Selling Events and Make Other Sales Look Like a Come Prove to Yourself That the Bargains are the Greatest You Have Ever Seen in Your Life Will Shatter 1 ON ACCOUNT OF OUR RAPID GROWING BUSINESS, WE FIND OUR PRESENT STORE ENTIRELY TOO SMALL TO PROPERLY HANDLE AND DISPLAY THE MERCHANDISE WE CARRY. WE ARE OBLIGED TO REMODEL OUR STORE, AND AS THE BUILDING NOW IS PACKED FROM THE GROUND TO THE ROOF WE OF COST OR PROFIT TO MAKE WAY FOR CARPENTERS AND PAINTERS. MUST SELL THE ENTIRE STOCK IN THE NEXT 10 PEOPLE HERE IS YOUR OPPORTUNITY TO MAKE A FIVE DOLLAR BILL BUY MERCHANDISE THAT REQUIRED A $10 GOLD PIECE ONLY A FEW MONTHS AGO IF YOU ARE KEEN TO SAVING MONEY THIS SALE SHOULD BRING YOU FOR ONE HUNDRED MILES. IT WILL BE YEARS AGAIN BEFORE YOU SEE SUCH AVAL-ANCH- E LOW PRICES ON GOOD RELIABLE MERCHANDISE AS ARE OFFERED DURING THIS STOCK DISPOSING SALE. EVERYTHING GOES INTO THIS GREAT PROFIT BY OUR LOSS. TELL YOUR FRIENDS AND NEIGHBORS. OF BARGAINS-CO- ME WE HAVE ENGAGED MR. H. J. VOLTZ, OF MINNEOPOLIS, MINN., EXPERT MERCHANDISE MAN AND TURNED THINGS OVER TO HIM WITH FULL POWER TO CUT LOOSE THIS BIG STOCK AT ANY PRICE, BUT MOVE IT OUT BY WAGON LOADS IN THE NEXT 10 DAYS. BE HERE WHEN THE DOORS OPEN FOP THIS, THE GREATEST BARGAIN EVENT IN HISTORY. DAYS-REGARD- LESS DRY GOODS. CLOTHING. SHOES. GROCERIES, ALUMINUM WARE, HARDWARE, FURNITURE, THE SHELVES MUST BE EMPTIED CROCKERY, FARM IMPLEMENTS, MACHINERY, ETC. Starts Free ednes day, June 21st Free Lasts for 10 Days Supreme Opportunity to Save Money GOOD GREY CRASH TOWELING Serviceable ami absorbent colored bonier. a! jo. STORE CL0SE0 Monday & Tuesday Gasoline To make this great Sale .more interesting, -- GOOD UNBLEACHED ard uide Soft finished sp ks l."c value. L L-- L FINE DRESS GINGHAMS fine lot of splendid 'loc Dre.-v- Gingham?, In ( hecks. Plaids anil Stripes, many color, effects. s lk Muslin, free from June 19th and 20th to rearrange the stock, Sale Price Per Yard . SOFT BLEACHED COTTON .'JG 6c Sale Price Per Yard MEN'S WORK SHIRTS 9c Sale Price Per Yard ... 14c ,we will give Gasoline to """people driving a car to the sale 1 gal. of Gas on a purchase of $10.00 or over on every 10 miles, limit 30 miles or 3 gallons of Gas Free. 'zzr TABLE OIL CLOTH 43 in wide, Rest Table Oil Cloth, many patterns, while it lasts in. splendid quality Bleached Muslin, for all Donu'htic use. Value-Sa- le Men (iootl Blue Cheviot Work Slurbs, double stitched, cut full anil roomy. 20c Price Per Yd. 13c $1.00 Values, Now MEN'S GOOD OVERALLS 69c 45c Quality, Now . . .29c I GENUINE CONGOLEUM Felt Base Congoleuni wears better than leum. 85c quality. Lino- GOOD COTTON MATTRESS Full size Cotton Mattress Pure White Cotton Filling Fancy Ticking Cover. Full Heaw Dcmin Overalls, Full Bib. Suspender Baik, Tufted, Holl edge. 'display Merchandise, and mark the goods to the sensational LOW PRICE by the Sales Manager. Sale starts at 9:00 A. M. Wednesday. H3- a a O o 30 I Sale Price Square Yard RARE BARGAINS-SHAR- 48c $2.00 Values, Now . $1.19 $10.00 Value, Now . $6.75 o o SHOE BARGAINS THAT SCOUT WITH ECONOMY Shoes for Men, Women and Children MEN'S SCOUT WORK SHOES $1.95 $3.00 Quality, now MEN'S ARMY LAST SHOES Fine Natural Tan, Bluchcr Shoes Sewed Soles. Muuson Last, Brown Visculized Nailed Soles. Calf-Soli- E THEM . FURNITURE BARGAIN White Enamel Iron Beds stantial. 2 in. Iron Posts, SiJe Bails, Strong and Sub- MONEY SAVING ITEMS 20c Women's Black Cotton Hose, Per Pair Sale Price .H)c . 9c 19c Sale Price Children's Black Cotton Hose, Per Pair Men's Work Socks, Grey.Mixed . $15.00 Value, Now . - .$8.95 Sale Price 15c Sale Price Baking Powder Per Can .. Gallon Can of Syrup Maple Flavor 45c 4c $1.00 12c 21 pound V d Leather, Sewed and LARGE VELVET RUGS 9x12 rrom size Beautiful Patterns. Sale Price $1.23 Silk Hose, Black or Brown 8c 89c 65c 1 $30.00 Value, Now Natural Oak Frames. Split Strong and Serviceable Chairs. $18.75 Cane Lnundary Soap Xport Borax, Per Cake . Sale Price Coffee, Best Roast 25c Cou"ee, Maricabo 6 Pounds for . Sale Price .. Roomy DINING ROOM CHAIRS Seats, Pink Salmon, Tall Cans Men's Nainsook Athletic Union SuiU, Cut Full and Sale Price Best Straight Patent Flour, Alpine Brand $4.50 Value, now BOYS' SCOUT SHOES Good Solid Leather $2.98 $1.00 Values One Lot Boys two piece Suits, sizes and 0 51.50 Chair, Now $3.00 Value, Now .$1.19 $2.19 $1.69 $2.75 Values, now MEN'S WOMEN'S and CHILDREN'S OXFORDS One Big Lot Oxfords, in Black. Tan Scout Shoes $5.00 Values One Lot Men's Fine Fulftllutis $2.95 various styles Pigh Back, Cobbler Seat, Golden Oak Dining Room Chairs Sale" Price 50c Values Heaw Galvanized Stock Pails $1.00 . 1 jj ..39c -- $3.00 Values $14.50 Values $1.95 $8.75 $6.95 WALL PAPER BARGAINS F.verj thing jm want in nice, new Wall Paper Remarkable Low Prices. Men's Palm Beach Suit$two-picc- e Conservative styles,, Tan, Browirariil'licalher. Men's Horse Collar Pads 50c Value . G anized $ .25 Wash Tubs 39c 85c Sale Price .. $4.00 Values, now MEN'S DRESS SHOES $6.50 Values, now $3.00 Values, now 1 One Lot Men's Dress Shoes $1.49 Suits in light Greys. FINE KITCHEN RANGE Range. 0 F.yed Top, Full Copper Resenior. High Warming Closet. Large Ro.uny Oven, Full Nickel Trimmed Combination, Wood or Coal Burnt r. $75.00 Stove Sale Price . . .$42.75 O. K. Kitch-- n Beht House Paint, all Colors, Par Gallon Sale Price $2.50 Values $2.75 89c $12.00 Values $1.25 Values Men's Dress Shirts, fine Percales, French CulTs Out Lot of Aluminum Ware Double Boilers, Roasters, Perculators, Nested Stew Pans, set of .'5: Covered Stew Pans $3.95 WOMEN'S SPORT OXFORDS $1.69 .89c imwmmmmmmmwm White Canvass, Tan Leather Combination. On account of lack of space we cannot enumerate all the bargains that we are offering as it would require pages, but folks, come to the .store. Let your eyes be the judge -- your dollars will then itch to exchange for the Phenomenal Bargains that await you at this Monstrous K "ybody can allon! to come i Be here Ram or Shine. Sale. No one tar. alford to mi to come. Come Folks, Come! 1 promise you bargains that will be the talk of this community for months and months after the sale has past into History. I have full charge. Every day will have its features. Be here every day of the Sale as it will mean many dollars saved for you. Be here when the doors open as many items won't last only a few hours at the prices I have placed on them. Yours for Saving Dollars, H. J. Voltz, Sales Manager. IT MUST GO! A Race Against Time To sell this big stock of Merchandise in 10 days is no small job. But I have come one thousand miles to put on this Monstrous Sale, with orders to cut loose a flood of bargains that will fairly dazzle you, make you grasp with amazement, as to the remarkable low prices that will vTeet you at this sale and save the good people of this community thousands of dollars on all kinds of Merchandise that they now need-awill want for months nd sj 3 o r m H 3" C 09 a c to CO lo I 4 I TERMS OF SALE CASH Produce taken in exchange for Merchandise as Cash BRING Your PRODUCE Noah Marsee, Jr. H. IT'S "GOTTA" GO JEWELRY One Big lot of Men's Fine WATCHES, LADIES WRIST WATCHES, RINGS, STICK PINS, LAVELIERS, WATCH CHAINS and many other items at less than Manufacturers Cost. BRY ANTSVI LLE, J. VOLTZ, MERCHANDISE EXPERT KEINTUCkY, The Central Record, Lancaster. Ky.. Thursday, June 22, 922 1 REMINISCENCES By QLAOIS F. PRAY (LI j nil. 'r MeCwr. N..Mr Jui j j I common tiling for middle It I aged tople to forget their youth and tit condemn all tin- - thought ami mr of youth nn folly, tt Muetlme. a the..-Mtiple iiim middle age anil reach tin iMilnt where they that mid the hlMory of families truly lteif. their Judgment mellow and their ym ixittiy with youth return 4. Tlili would hare been brought home very forrlMy lit any person IMtenlng to the kIiiii that took place In the AniKtrotw fanuliouM kitchen on n xumiy mom lilt; Innt fall. I had It on the be.t nil re-ie- 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. -- dlt I' ilurtlon to lit atory. Then lie rambled iki to bow Im hail the time ami to oberre how things were going between Anne anil hi graniliii anil namesake, William Armstrong. Klnnlly be reached the point where mt atory begin, the morning nfter the dance orer at ltoedale. when William and yawning, came down, aleepy-c-yeto find hti father engaged with hl of favorite, topic, the worthlenea tin prefent generation, epeclally on the faxm, and hi determination that hi bob muat glre up round with that 'ere Anne Mrli balika and get down to bra lack." An la uiual with mother. Marjr Armstrong wan trying to amootti thing orer, but was not uticctiillng very well. ' Aa William reached the kitchen door hi father wni Jut delivering hi ultimatum. "I tell you, Mary, there' no ue nr guln'; I told the boy on If lat week he'd have to hive It up. el.e be could get out and ablft for blmelf and Jml mid out bow easy he'd find It to wip port rilmwlf. let alono two. Here William xpoke for btmelf. "And I told you, pa, what I tell you now. I'd get out and glad to, except for mother. You've no call to nuke audi n fun 'ne takln' Anne to n dance now and again. I work hard for you all day, harder than any hired hand you ever bad, uml " "lluah, Willie!" frMi) the mother. worked hart! for "Your father ha year that you might have thl place clear of debt when you grow up." "Yea, and amall thank I get for It. too." ".Vow, don't you get to thlnkln' I'm aldln' with you, pi. for I'm not," Interposed Mr. AnntrKig. "Anyway, a pa nay a, there'. no ue arguing about It. nnd a long a he feel the way be doe the sooner I clear out and get a at art for myvelf the lietter." aald Willie. "I'll take Jut what I need in the auttcane nnd cutch the 0:'J3 from the Center. I'm glad I gave me wned the money grand-dafor my birthday. That u 111 atari me. anyway." "Yea, and once that'. gone, you'll find that tree In city parks don't lieur greenback, me lad A low chuckle broke In from the corner, where granddad, who had puffed placidly on hi ancient pipe during the debate, now railed hi venerable head and regarded hi son with a "lally-gaggl- thortty. that of Onmddd Armtrots htmetf. Of courte. there waa a long Intro. . technical terms don't insure you all the pep, power, mileage, safely 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 of the biggest users of gasoline and the stand-band oils everywhere. High-soundin- g buy-wor- y vr You can't " spoof" tho big users. They know me dependability of the Standard Oil product and the responsibility of the Company back GasoHr;e that it is universally called "The Perfect Motcr Fuel." It's even better than the requirements specified by ;he U. S. Govern lUjl New Crown is made right here in Kent Jtcky by a Kentucky firm, the of them. They knc"v that if there vsre a better gasoline than New Cown or a better motor oil iha:i Pkrine, the Standard Oil Compr.ny 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 Standard O'l Company (Kentucky) in its cwn refinery at Louisville, from which 2ou get it fresh at all times a fir .v. chat for 36 3ears has been a vital part of the business activities of the state of Kentucky and the economical life of its people. Don't bs" Spoof Standard Oil Products , ed-B- uy the "Always Reliable1 'lulizlcal air. ! "No, Indeedy, money don t grow on the hushes In city park. William, and no ono know that better than your father. Now, I wonder, did he ever tell you bow ho learned that; Maybe It 'ud be a bit bard for htm to tell you. but there's your mother knows nil about It, and could say a deal If fche dan. No? I can nee. by their face they never did tell. Welt, old people reare forgetful, ho pVap I'd mind tnem. John, don't Int'rupt your father, nor you. Mary. You know, William, once on n time I thought your pa bad aummat better to do than to Imj squlrln' a certain gooddookln' girl to dance, but be didn't think ho. l.aViy, no! We had some word about It, and he parked hi dud and started off for Itoiton on Home money hi grandma give him. lie wa goln' to show hi dud what he could do. Ye, he Hhowed me nil rlghty," with an appren fair lady ciative grin. "He In trouble on the Mutton train, and "lie rexky'd hi wallet, ho the money tree on Itostou Common didn't bloom for him that year." Aa granddad auhslded John rather hheepWhly gluixvd ut hi wife, who Homethlng In the pansuddenly try , Then be cleared hi throat, made n couple of fnle Marts, nnd dually Jerked out : "Well, granddad, you would have your say, but I liije jou'll forget tjuit old yam, If we ugree to say no more about the party. If Hilly promle not to be out rulnln' hi Itenltli more thiiu the old two night li week, I gne farm won't go to rack nu' ruin yet n Idle that I. If ho make the n 1 did, mid perude of hli chaiir tho girl to route mid live whore be won't have to h cImhIii out night. What do yti my to tlmt. Maryi" cmlled, but her liuUond Mary did not not lie the luck of nu urtlttillit'e back of which is a responsibility that is your guarantee of maximum pep, power, safety and satisfaction. And buy them from these, your own home dealers: GASOLINE AND POLARINE DEALERS STANFORD AND LANCASTER. KY. S. II. Foley. Hackley. Ky Conn Conn, Lancaster, Ky. Ilailey Garage, Stanford, Ky. Little S: llamvy, Manse, Ky. T. It. Kuhlman, Lowell, Ky. Watkinn .Motor Co.. StanforJ, Ky. O. N. Hatfield. Iletti. Ky. Alin Conley, Stanford, Ky. Wright 4 Noe, Stanford, Ky. Crab Orchard Spring Hotel Co., Crafc Or chard, Ky. J. U. Lawrence, Stanford, Ky. W. C Cummini, PreachervihV, Ky. StanforJ Service Station, Stanford, Ky. , Ky. J. M. Sander.. & Son, Serv.ce (larage, Crab Orchard, Ky. K. C. Bowling, Huena VUta, Ky. V. (. Murphy, Hubble, Ky. Wm. Simpon, Teatenville, Ky. A. K. Albright, llrodhead, Ky. CROWN CASOLINE DEALERS Hatrhien Uro., Imra.tvr, Ky. Patrick & Son, Paint Lick. Ky. ' Anderson Hro., Stanford, Ky. J. S. Skinner, Marcellu, Ky. Ilallard, Hryantiville, Kr. Hecker Crab Orchard Motor Co.. Crab Orofeurrf, Kf. Noah Maree, Jr., Ilryatit1lle, Ky. T. It. Taylor. Crab Orclard. Ky. J. K. Andenon, Point Leavell, Ky. Cm llro. (inrage, llrodhead, Ky. POLARINE DEALERS Moberly, McCreary, Ky. Aaklm Scott Ilrot., Hyatt.ville, Ky. CROWN Mark-tbury- New Crown Gasoline, Polarine Oils and Greases, tet v. "N-o-v- r, f (r 1 i J 'if ; i zzr.-.--- 1 v io ' I Hew lnt ily respono. "Would J011 tnliid driving a little lower, old 11111111" "Not getting mured, lire you) "Oh, no, iitrftdng like thut, but I'd unfair advantage of hate to take my life Insurance, rompuny. 11 11 Contldtratt. naraaHrararHrHrrarrHnraHU herfeci Motor Fuel" Not a Hoptl.M Task. He You are MU Coy's be.t friend. 'I' ll me, do you think I will be amren. (ill In winning ber loei She lex; why Hhouldn't )oii. when no many iHliers liiu been ij The Central Record. Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, June 22. 1922 iT 1 Mm m mmU i a Capital $50,000.00 Surplus $0,000.00 Honor Roll Bank. 4 per cent paid on time posit!. Call and aee tit. J. J. Walker, Prmdfnt. t. THE de( NEW FAMILY COUNTY TEACHERS Choxon Hy By JULIA A. ROBINSON The Ilonrd Education of mi. ir m.iiui. J. L (iill, Assistant Cashier. W. F. Champ, W. 0. Itltrnry. Au't. to the Pretldcnt. U (J. I)v.iIon, Cathier. V. F. Miller, AMiitant Caihler. Mm. Natm. Hamilton, Teller. v CITIZENS NATIONAL LANCASTER, KY, BANK, Corner Public Square find Danville Street, Poisoned Soceetaful r math late !n the day, to a to have the poison in place aroun I the plant Meaiurr Afaintt Cut. before night, when the cutworms are Apply a second active. time If worm, i Bait Cutworm can readily be controlled Cutworm deitray hundred of bait, the Unt. thousands, even rolllron. of dollar'., by the ue of tttl Statrt Department ef Agricul- -' worth of crop every year through-tur- e ha demonstrated. Thi. Is thejmit the fnited State. They esprei- way to prepare ami apply the poison ally attack tomatoes, cabbage, let To one bushel ef dry ailil one tuce, am) othr Vegetable that have pound of white arx-tiior l'arl green been Marled under glass and transand mil thoroughly into it mash planted. Cutwormt sometime apwith 4 fallen 0( unter, in which hat pear in gr at number in the spring f gallon of torg-hu- and early lunmrr, and frequently do been stirred or other cheap molaMe. Thit severe injury before their ravage ..amount will be tulTicirnt to treat i or arj noticed. ' acre of cultivated crop. After Thir method of attack it to cut 'he mah hat stood for several hour off the younc plant near the cround. scatter It In lump of about thr me They are of larce me and are vora-- i f a marble over the field where ciuut feeder, callable of ilrttroyini; he injury it beginning to appear man j.ant n a mcie mcht Often Put it about the bamt tf the plant they cut dwn mvre than they can inch have beei cj' Apply the de .l jr ' poi-oncd nnv-hal- npfnary. The llllle Milne-o- f A new family wn with excitement to in.ne Into the pline. n rare fir (hot remnle until rj town. The roney fnriti, n It wan railed, liml long been Mirnnt, ii ml rundown. Now new owner wn ornir,g, nnd In- -itererrTill lilKhT"' "III Millie j JihMll." Mr. JiHlIt 'informed her nolgl,hr. She hud licen inn ktntr Imililrle nl.otit the eieeted now comer. Tlie)'e been living down ifi the elty He cut n wife but slies llin, and fle ebiMrrn." All were facer to see the r. w final- ly arrhe. Soli f the wninen et.n went ilnwn to the iiinl Hntr station. sound.-.)- , The whllle the Iriiln rnn.e to n stop, nml the new Inmil) iillplite.l. JI " thiiii. A trunk, well trupd. wh set ihmn on the plntferiii. a In ami H hllffv, . Jot "a buggy." "He" Mr. of the True. "Ain't It line? The thine inu.t he milling luler." Mr Jenklii IimiIkI uiriiiit en hi new nelchlxir, h broad mile on hi fure that win Ihelr heart, lie s.eii.eU a Joll) s rt o( iHim, cmh niitur.-d- . -Any of ji.u cm u her-- e I eun bur- he akeil. "M wife here uln't hle to wmIW. My Iimcc) lame, hut I friuifao sii.tr nun MM lliintmr The following it n list of the teacher who are (mplayed far the schools of (iarrard County for the chool nut year 1022.28: Antloch SebMl, V. T. (Jreen, Mr. V. T. Oreen. linker SchMl, Mm Hetilah Lexington Herald de-nir- cit K.l-O- ti ward. Ileaxloy Sehool, MW Dud- - I derer. lleech drove Hall. Iliech WikhI Hammon. . Sfhol, Mh. MU (irace, Kthell JI, Sbl, M)m Hethel School, Jennie Mb" Central Kentucky's rcnt morninp; ncwBpnpcr, to call to tJio attention of the people of Lnncns-to- r antl surroundiiur territory that there is a Hpecial ruck run for the benefit of its subscribers and paper reaches you in early morning hours. The price of The Lexington Herald by mail for one year, DAILY AND SUDAY IS $7.50; DAILY ONLY FOR ONE YEAR IS $6.00 Hammack. Urailthaw School, Jewell rrcwilt. llricht't Bend .Sehool, Mr. Eucene bleril nt Thompson. , ilryanttville School, Mt. Kemey M, Adamt, Principal; Mim Mnry Hazel Caron. Ilrown and Mi Huckeye The Herald is delivered by carrier to your home at a most moderate rate. SUBSCRIBE NOW! - , i' SAVE MONEY WHEN YOUNG cum-fortnb- ENJOY IT IN AFTER LIFE Younc men who would enter the decline of i.fe in circumstance should iirg-- i to ve now. The approved moilrrn mcthoj i.f taMnc .t a av net account in the home bank. Thlt bank mvitr younc men ai,i vour.c w Titn to join itt family of avmi;i depontor. One dollar oprnt a savmr a, .oun, and any urn may be dcpotitrd thereafter THE NATIONAL BANK S. C. DENNY, OF LANCASTER. Outlier. Capital 450,000. Honor Roll Bank ' Surplus 450,000. ... . to Kive the .n.ma a small amount r,.fMM. H ucuwr. ftmUy of cram feel. ow much I fe.l wilt; ,,, h. ,t, ,M.. j, . m,, i,n- NEED GAIN IN WEIGHT HEFORE dupomt largely upn the amount of ti,,r. I extra tlotk the aniiMnls are carrying.' -- It too evM ermlnp. Imt what can FAKKOWING Mr. Mrown. .The judgment of the feeder will de- - we Thej talked the mutter oer for lurwiHtt bAti Mfijali i fa Im rlvatn at en plan lliey After tieinc bred and before fall any on time. Itrgirdlef lat .., I...ileerileillil.1 f.lil U.irk the i1h .1 At .1.1 of a.ff . .1..... tfcouhi farrowintr. mature bruin! . ntuunt .f nr. " f .ul ..am... ' p.k..lt1 a . elite In the new family. Jin.. Jon- .gH from 75 to SO jmhib.. in weight.' u,l',t'm,", MJch It int.. effeit. nfR. M ). The kam made u( m(lll, ,Wt4 or m,(IUllflw ,huU( wa. , tlrt one t.. put swine brewer Htl(k Lv 1 am rllmti J II nut tka ftlltlllMur ' Cim ou lend Mn UM.ttl egg " lx i uppito.. in.k.-... 7 r. : ,.,, i . , i ntwe n..n-..j- itnoum lie more man in lot an.t a cup of ugMr and a Utile butter 1 not unly tH.iurt strong jmk nml . Kami Iti..4, in the breeding herd M"' nwking a euKe. -j a ko.nI flaw of milk after farrow ,ng ivrtalnl). leame.l sit. Jece. w f(ttt(ii Mufv tfa bringing Hie ielril artlele. but nl.o offset the lo m we.ght o f , ,.,,. ,mtX. . ,, n ,H,r me low iiurinK ine farrowing undi .luallu f.tuiliMi ...ill twtl thi.au Iti succeeding uckting period. .litis. n fat .utll fit it ufficient advan ho e.itnilultietl. . Wli." I !'! al.u .,1, . uunnK nv nni vn witmi jmww. tage to more than wy for the cost Ue Hgr' cot -- unit In It. anil the hutter have of fattening. In that ing breinllng, the ow should " a mature don't enough grass or forage crn such a sow would gam from 00 "Atrry'" eelnlme. Mr. Jon.- -. to DO pounds, clover, alfalfa, Sudan grau, rape and (iain on sow which are to In- "Tlio-- e egg were nil I had. I rememgot n4II.il an' the lij oiitf. to make any gram feed to market nhould require not more ber the Mignr It up. SM.se they ..,ped up a E. J. Wilford a swine pound thnn live and one-haof liltrn',l nnit with It Tun't be o' specialist of the Cidlege of Agricul- grain for every pound of gain, which now. Ask your ma to please excuse ture pointisl out. "Thi not only will with the usual prices, would inure It thl time," result in economy of feeding but aUi a good profit for fattening." The M'heine wu wnrklng well with will be the means of giving animal Mri. Jenkins, hut bow were the men Success breed confidence until it to iimniige Mr Jenkltu sufficient exercise and providing "a That mure difficult matter nnd fur more erl-othem with more healthful turround-iiik't- . l misused. The wor.t of our worrie are over morning, Neljlitor Jone." 'CimmI "Uuring the last six weeka of the things that never happen. nccnteij with Id iiual Mr. Jenkln I Bred Sows i ... .11 . . of hrenil atu) u few Mi Cnlhe Held. ltl, lie WHHt M .H.el" Mason School. Mis Alice Sutton. beAfter II few iU) the llelchher Mt. Hebron School. Mr. I). II. Lit-tigan to talk among tlieinr.-Jt.it- . "If lllniHt time thetu thing ef Mis I'nneipal, Mb Marguerite Field, Emma Hoiticlaw and Miss Myr Mr. their eniee. I ay." "'! June. "Ihv thing thejSe tMrrewil tie Itindin. Nina School. Mr. Scudder Abney, lo me nn. halN t nvv.r nturMtl. I rulitii't 1HI I'nneitml and Mis Sunbeam Hubli. "Wh) I t.Hg(it I wa the only ore Orchard Orove SehMl. M: I'atsy Mr. t Anderan. who lent '.to tiling!" llrowti. j Paint Uck School. Mr. Klmer Wei- nly one .Net HtHeh ! 'tUM I H l nncipai, lo .....r.l i,.i,.v "I'm l.mUn ".bi thine be 'Uppll.sl; Mi Sadie Kalston, Mis ever) iIh." Dora Deane "Me. t.'." .rho.il Mi. Ullb. "Tiny Emma Walker. Mt hae tH.rrowe.1 my wahHird nnd Scott. lif Mary G. Brandenburg ..up. liking tins Hat.- -. e.n. iindl,,,,,, M, KttUp jUrru Dickerson. tlicv tiet.r r.tiirn ii nunc mi i go Pleasant Hill School. Mis Leeta then. et,eclall) after It Vt lwa .,..tM...t.ln(- - .11 .Mlt. I'll! 'tHItlt Oabb. if ll'm '!,ce Acadesny School .Mi- -. Eva , ure.i of it " , tay "lie-hiibnnr Merrynmn. Urrwed Scott's Fork School. Mif Ora I.Hif HImI e, the following prlnjj. Grai land of all klndt mendowa, Horner. Control Webwormt In Corn pntture. or lnwn. furnith the norI Ruenn Vitta School, Mi! Orn I.. Cn mal food of tod webworm., but they lAfianu. J'rtnciiwi; .ir. Jinroui . Outbreak of wcbwormi in corn alto cnaur ynunj; corn plant. below (Irecor, M! Ellu I.ewi, Ml Mottle in the Middle Eastern Stutcs can be the turfacc and deform them ihj a Callm, Mit Huth Ilreaddut and Mlt prevented only by cultural methods, to prevent the production of u'laln. Mamie Calico. nrrordini; to the Ilureau of Entomo- After the corn it once planted nnd m Yitu'r wdniiiii to tuk CartervWe School, Mr. E. A. Hull, logy of the United State to be our' BjiiUk1y r r po 11 il il Mr. Principal, and MU Lucille Morford. ment of Agriculture. UnlikeDepart thenoMeld in found method infested there mo.t' practicable Ch(Niiiilf. of cettlnir Copper Creek School j of our destructive pests, the various rid of the worms; the only thinj: that . . t imiium, JlTw, IHiIIM j "r Uitl. ' ,lU H...I.V.. ,I,urr.....l the,'" Gunn'al'l'ef School, Mr. Kcarn- - species or webworms are nil native - can be ilone I. to produce conditions Chopel utllnv iB ! ,..ir of America nnd have not been in- that will permit the corn to grow in ' n,j ,r,,. rr. ' spite of them. Z!r!&Vt ey Adam, Principal and Mr. Kearn. troduced from forylgn land. jriT "itMeTr'w - lived ner.t to the Adaini. Diikinj; in the prinjr, the npplica-shoul- d Summer or very tnrly fall plowing fotiej tiirw. WH i,rei,rlni: l, r upper ' Harmon' L.ci Seliool, Mm. Geo. be practiced. Plowing in tion of fertilizer, nnd the owini; of u at the . jj. Collett wln there euiwe ''it" October or November has litwc.tound seed are the chief preventive n.e,e m.h ..ne of the J.nkirm Hill Uemni: fccr.d. Mr. E. W. Reeve. effect because the worm are already measures that will have any effect. ilreii. I l. Lula Crou. llifitman M:i in their winter webs under the tur- - Neither poisoning nor trapping ha "I "ml s " uld jimi lend MmIBB.a aTn " face of the cround. LAnd that has met with any success. Injury to . , he nlml. "an" bit t ', ' 'V been in mm! or pasture, or lain fallow 'grasslands fa difficult to control anil he want u M..wn ami u Utile i Uwn.m Schnol. Ms Helta- Miller. nnil flour. Itn ffi VI'hj.jI. nml nrnM litfln nn l.n .Inn.. - v.m, t,. t.lnur ...i Chap' School. Mr. Anna thou)( ,)t, ow)(J m Ju sun-- , dear!" r.H,rHl.-Aupu,t,'the Mr. , Uk-n-S To an, piant lt't0 M,n. imml. I Iston I'oynter, Ilnte if it is intended to plant it to corn crop. Manie Sohol. Mi Gertrude ColIn the iwtrnlng sm.ll.i r rhlld came Imd me lett. I'rineipalj Mim Fay Ward and rimld with the Mr. Karl Carter Principal School. Mr. H. V. Price,!to be tupplled;! and Mf Geneva, Unly Cultural Methods . mc-row- j" i ' ,.... 1,- pi . r' (i-,r- S.'-oo- , ...ii.i - riut ju Mtat, r.il W. 0. RIGNEY W. B. DICKERSON ):' W. 0. RIGNEV & CO. Funeral Directors and Embalmers OfflcelPhone erll If. Rrsidftx- - Hirtie aft Lancaster, Proper Shade SHEEP RETURNS LARGE Kentucky. jstnictc.l "by setting post. in the ,ground to support a roof of boards I .,,,, I'rayther. FOR Stony Point School. Mta Urjnette Arnold. rr Sycamore School. Mi Irene ... "7 ... 1 ! ! . .... . I -- Tentrrville School. Mks Lillian Eites. I'nion School, Mi Kntle Miller. Walker School. .Miss Wilon. West Point School, Miss Ida Hurte. WoodsvieW Sehool, Mr. M. C. Clark. Colorrd Schools Lancaster: It ice II. Hutler, Mrs. line II. Hutler, I.ily Mason nnd I.i-be- l Overstreet. DnvUtown: C. II. Nuckolls and L Vate. Flat Woods, Mary A. Kinciid, White Oak. Maggie llurdette, Carl Hurnslde. and Cora K. Stewart. Point I.eavol, Susie Fletcher. Lowell, Charlotte Troutman. Iloone'i Creek, tie... J. (ininet. Scott'. Fork, Karl Walker la tucky Agricultural hxpenment Snt- DIVIDENDS tion farm. The only objection found with the structure was the fact that Plenty of the right kind of hade the roof let water through in rainy for sheep return big dividends, ( weather amf the resting place of the This fault farmers nnd sheep raiser wiy. Only 'sheep became muddy. one or two shade tree. in a pasture can be remedied at a somewhat inure worse thnn none at all since a crened cost by covering the boards place .to which the theep come day with roofing paper. The usefulness after day soon becomes a hotbsl for of such a .shed is increased by they add. The construe-- j ing at on runner or wheels so that tion of small shades which can be it can be moved from place to place. moved from place to place is solving' Let not your right hand the difficulty for many Kentucky, I what your left hand doeth. It A cheap permanent shade con-- j might feel ashamed. j e. know-farmer- j' thf K'"- - tle lf bell ARE YOUR CHILOREN EXTRAVAGANT? ter Tii allow a child to become cwirnvnKant, no muthow well-othe parents may be, is to seriously ff not a crime, but many people treat it as such. i Poverty ltonuty that U skin deep seldom fade. It washes away. advice. Toll the truth at nil timo, is good Hut tell it to the right person is wisdom. Hail Insurance hail storm in- surnnce rates on ItrowinK tobacco, in the face of the enotmoua lotsea to growcra within the lait four or five yenra. every Krowcr con nfford to protect himself to the limit and, vith safely, j;o into the business of producing n crop that requires so much money, lime nml labor, as does tobacco, that should be insured UBninst loss by hail storms. Now that so mny giowtrt havo Rone Into an oigtniiation for way of handling lhir crops, a imoi economical, busintts-liand lha iniuranc companies have so low, ltd rat, on hail intuiance, that i no ita.on in lha woild for any growtr to ntgltct lha prottction of his crop by ampla insurance. your Insurance agent light away and have Mm proUIUr tect your crop, which is likely to be de.lioved any day by m hail storm. Policies become effect!- retluct ions of With the recent Rates Reduced on Tobacco noon, July 10th. smile. ".liit lend me your hnrrow. goiter go oxer my bind." It hurt Mr. .lone to take the screws from Id new harrow, for he knew It and It would would fall lo tak a good day to roailr It. but for the uke of the enili he did It. In short iii.Htiire Mr. Jenkln ciime hack, not smiling lid time. "Whnfit the matter with the old thlngV' be tdnrteil. "Why- - wh lt' broken!" cried Mr. Jone. "An' twa n new one. too. Mny-- I I etui tlx It, Imt 'twill take n lot o' time." It wu the nme with ev.r tiling Jenkln trle.1 ti di. i:erjtblns be tmrroneil fell lo pleee. It went on for ii few day. Nothing family tried to borHint the Jinkln row wu In wnrklng order. At bit (be) began to understand. "Mehby we'd letier ' an' buy a for oursuhe." said Mr few thing .vm tit be Jenkln to Id wife. "Folk tlre.1 o' l.nilln'." "Ain't llwt what I told )ouV r go to town Joln.il hi wife. "Vmt an' buy In u slnek o' things un' we'll gle 'em hack eer)thlnir the)'e eer Unt ii. Now go!" "lJue we'e eur.il "em of the hor rtiwln habit, all rlslit!" cluiikl.M Mrs. Jones, and the re.t UiijIieJ. l'e d.v, tJood road are only possible under good officials. Watch your vote u. well as your step. interfere with the development of its character. Kxtravairuiice breeds idleness and a lack of appreciation of values. A pampered ami child can never really experience those joys nnd pleasures that are the birthrijiht of childhood. over-indulK-e- tl Mother-To-Bwnn-lrrfu- e, 1 a, l - In all Ilrra Is a I tie perunt motbrr. Wlirn nni- 1,1111,. (In, ri you ran bar lint moment niur fre rrom unrrmir mm juu- till twfnai'S liuiiiliir.1. An riulnrut Kbi.lrUn. In lata tclture.l rnrthon tie way, IIIBSJtaW7V lit, be wbo flril uro'l ii durr.l tit jr rrtt rriu.-lr.- l -atoiaer ririin.' nit. (.. J. llarliuiu, Bcrau. tup. I'- - aaiti -With Read This K' 1 "Per liii! 4 PER CENT ON TIME AND SAVINGS DE POSITS. Jlt rhltJren and a nur,e ami Ih.nr In.lrU'l Ibrr bid to ii ineola. tut wllb ur laat I rblldrrn I uaadl Mother' r'rlrnd aud bad calr nuru! we bad Do time In rrt a doctor uy about leu ut i wstni rrrr tick fUtrto minute Kv a.i.i win foe ufcuM (m nmltliui, "U4tU4 .k Ik H,r, lika inoiu.i,wrt. fti.tlMtl.ll. ,ry hlimiUw kllwff wLt L, ... .hJ .11 .krt-- l 'lUW. e.UM.i ivait. . aiu.u. u ur first trol I btj a dortorl In eaf, lat nt-ii- The Garrard Bank & Trust Go LANCASTER, KY. We sell trnvclera Cheques, which are" good in the United States and all foreign countries. McROBERTS DRUG STORi The Central Record, Lancaster. Ky.. Thursday June 22. 922 1 f)JM)IH11 WHAT SHE FOUND TO GARRARD COUNTY FARMERS Kentucky Joint Stock Land Bank will make loans on Garrard, Lincoln and Boyle County Farm up to The note that never comei due. Forty-yea- r $45,000.00. privilege. Communiloan with cate by phone or letter with pre-payme- By NETTIE 0. FANNINQ ... lr Met iui- - 6. B. Swinebroad, Lancaster. Ky Abolish The Tip certain class of Americans arc nutty on the subject of tipping. They are not only nut-fbut they are a nuisance to the rest of mankind. The tip is an established in Htitution in many of the old countries, but they use their brains as well as their money. Where an American would tip a quarter or a half dollar, the foreigner in his own country would hand over one or two cents. And they get just as much for their copper as the splurger does for his silver. There ought to be a federal law forbidding tipping of every nature and fixing a jail sentence for both the giver and the receiver. A y, Free aU.ie i eldom worth It Two (lii)n ticfure the midwinter ban- 'jui't of the lri :i.ille Literary lety. Mm, Hemmg mh (liiihlmc the ltMllete nun a wli. Ii .lie lud punned (o weor on that i.'i'H'iHi It n before the time of lm' kle bodice and .lie h nfrnlil .he li.nl Ihvii utmost too daring In plutinliu taut kind of ivwi when UioKt of tin ludle would wear u "V" lieek. tnl their "iimlti" i.m.'i pr.4iit.bl) .hut 'laout.li llielr rlntt'Mi or crepe lie elilne -Ions-!-ev-- .ieir ainJioi. cot. Keep movinir, or the world run off and leave yon. will mid do old tud grimn never ui a 'Ti fortunate our neighbor know us n we are. It save lot of unnccesary worry. Bankrupt Sale J Pursuant to an order made in the I)itrict Court of the United State for the Hatern District of Kentucky in the matter of W. H. Wnrdlow, the uncliT'igned will on SATURDAY, JUNK 24th.. 1U22, at 10 o'clock A. M. on the premises M'll to the highest and best bidder about 4G acre. of land, same being in three tract. of 8.85. ft.22 and 32.1 C acres respectively, each tract to be otTered, and then various tracts will be combined and otTered, and then the three tract. will be offered as a whole, and the bid or bid accepted When a man goes into a realizing the large.t price. The land to be sold is located in hotel and registers he expects to pay the proprietor the es- the Paint Lick Magisterial District the land of tablished price of his board and joinCa.tineau, andWood Walker, (Irover is part of the and lodging. He should not farm now occupied by said Wnrdlow. be required to pay also the The land will be sold on terms of waiter, and the chambermaid, iine-hacah and the balance due in and the elevator man, and the six month drawing C per cent interfrom date. bellhop in order to secure the estAt the same time and place the unattention and service to which dersigned will ell personal property every guest is entitled. con.i.ting of cutting harrow, mowing Tipping is degrading, to machine, about 2.UU0 tobacco sticks, both the giver and the receiver. two stands of bee, one automobile, Personal property wild for cash It should be abolished by' etc.hand. in lf not fanliluiinMt a to club wmk er) oxrltHle. UhiI If ilmrtec memlier. l or buhl Itmd-d- . urmrilic In their rojeette It mii eoiHiKM.il of lawyer ti lnUr and their whe. nhi"l t'nher of Hrll;i ug, mid u fen iher. Mr Hemlnc h.i ik of the :lier. There were, two Imrlteliirs, Mr I thick nml Mr. Tllden. ttic ntwii) lm inaiMilnlf irtiulMl of the grutmiiMr pliik Iteekei) und ilnm. thlrty-tlte- , l feet two. Vmiug Mr. Fleming UtinI n .he new iil. She wished .he cnuM iIiiotin thing to wiike up II lull. They were Iini .mug mi. I tiiiiiplmiiit They Imd bud the mime president for 1.1 )etir. telephone mill Interrupted Mr Fleming- - tiiu.lng. ( un the choir Minn of thi hnlnUet Committee, who "ii Id that .Mr. Wordeii would he mi tthle to lie at the iHnUet tind would Mr. Fleming pteHe till III her plure im the program. Mr. Fleming prmnlii In .ee wlmt he (until iln, pot on her thine und turted for the lllirurj. On her wn she met Ml Hat Id, u i luli member und Mopped to ,'lwt with her. An the) rted a fen turn urmp of pnper idlppeil iiiiim. Ilriil from Ml Out ld m r"tl m( Mrs. Fletiiln feet. She lnokeit ihiwu Hi Ihelil III-plekiil them lip. tlH'keil them llilo her ure hihI IhiIII) luriieil townrd Imine. where lie spent tuxne lime In lieuti) I'lllilllliS the pleeox toUiHlirr, plflliri .'ee. .(Itlioiiisli luthe. Hi, whlte-halr-x- iiiH-tii- iio!i-Imm- Mr. and Mr. Klrby Teater enter POOR KIDCE tained Mr. and Mm. Haymond Hup (Delayed) chel. Mr. and Mm. U U Matthew, Mr and Mr. U U Matthew npent Mr. and Mr. Tonmile Murphy, Mr. PumUy wit.1, relatiret. and Mm, Win. Hay and baby, Mr.. Mi i lines IUy pent a delightful Callie Hay and Mr, Ct.ty Hay, Mr. week-enwith Ml Alice Hay. and Mr. Siuire T U'hittaker, Mr. Mr and Mr. W. .VaCfpfpent TvIj Trenton. .Mle Maggie II., Sunday tith Mr. and StntT I.fire Bol- I'earhie Mae and Ida K Hurt and ton. Mlit Kttft llrlle Him Saturday night. Mr .ind Mr J. V. Dallry pent Siuire T U'hittaker nml I.. I. punday with Mr. and Mm. Aaron Matthew are being congratulated on ? catching up with the rogue. SiUtre MIm I'earlie Hurt pent the day T. U'hittaker hmue wa broke inWedneiday with Ml Etta Hell to Sunday evening about dunk dark. Two vtttche. were taken, a pair of JtoM. kid Mr. and Mr. Klrby Teater enter eye glane. Mr. U'h'tUkrr I glove, and .evernl other trwk. tained a few friend Saturday The thing have all been found and the partle arreite I and are in jml .Mr. flay l!ay and mother .pent 5unda tith Mr. and Mr. John 1'rather. A GOOD FRIEND Mater Kolman J. .MrMilllan .pent A good friend Hand, by you when Friday with hi Mr. In need, and Mr. John A. Kay. Iltica.ter people tell how have lood thn Matter llarriton Daitey .pent Krl- - Doan'n D.Kidney Pill, prop C Sande.. tett lumber and day nipht with hi aunt, Mr and coal builne. tf Campbell St, Clyde Slmpon. Mr. ago and Doan'a four )ear Mr. Tevi l'reton .pent the week- - acaln ronflrm the .tory Could ou end with hi. daughter. Mr. Squire a.k for more convincing lentlmony? "I lined iMnn'n Kidney IMII with i Uhittaker und Mr. U'hittaker, very natlafartory reutt. and I am Mi daily Snyder ha returned to Rlad to endor.e them." ..if. elr her home after pendlnf a delight Snnde "When my kidney, get out ill nf order I nave a dull, nacctng bark-acht.l.. " .I..-- - 1.. .'lililli-on-. through my and a nrene Mr and .Mr. Henry Kay and chil Irregularly, dren were dinner Kue.t. Sunday of, kldne). Mr kidney, art IMII too. from Doan'. Kldne her parent.. Mr and Mr. J W Htnrme. Drug Store relieve the trou Simpon. hie nd put my kidney. In good or Mr. Sim Hay and Rrandauishter. I der" (Statement given Nor II. Martha Mae Holton air upending the On Feb 51, 19:i. Mr Ran.le add-elweek with her .on, Mr. and Mrs, lm HI have the .ame opinion of Hay, of Danville. Doaa'a Kidney IMII a. when I en Mr and Mr. Gobel llallard have don-- d them In 191S I am glad tn been 'pending a few day. with her reroinmrnd lvn' to anyonn for parent.. Mr and Mr Aaron Hay. Ihey are very reliable" COc. nt alt denier. V'ottrr Mllburn before leaving for Knn.u., where Co.. Mfr. , Iluffaln, N T they will make their future home d eve-nlnj- t. jrrand-parent., .on, were gueit of Mr. nnd Mrt. Forrt Noel. " Mr. and Mr. Hubert May .pent Sunday with Mr. and Mn. Dill Mob erly, of Maditon, .Mr and Mr. John Iand and on, were recent gueit. of Mr and Mrt Curti. I'a.t at llauley. Mr.. Hubert I'anon. and children are .penillni; n few day. with rela live near Crab Orchard. Mr. and Mr. U'ilbert Dalley and Mr.. Drew Pavi were guett of Mr and Mr Irvine Sinip.on Sunday Mt!.c Myrtle and (5racie Teater, of Je.tamine and MIm Thelma Simp .on were guet of Mif. Ilernice and llonie Teater. .Mr. and Mr. Fluey Humphrey and Mr.. children, Mr. and anil baby .pent Sunda with relative here. l.ouu Long Me.ame Hiram nnd John lind were among taoe who toek their liable, to for the II a by Clinic. .Mr.. I'renlU. Walker and d.iugh ters of l.aitratter, Mr. and Mr. T S I'leratt and daughter, were guettt of Mr. and Mn. J. M. Anion Sunday Mr and Mm. I.uui MrCulley and children ami Mr and Mr.. Ilnrriion Hay .pent the week-enwith Mr Clarent-Humphre- McCulley' and Jete brother. Hill, ef Ijiwrenceburg Mer, Jamet f yungtrr. A number of our bo), and girl, contemplate entering the 1'ig Club this teaion. Kvery child .hould have the opportunity and encouragement that urh orgatutationi offer to our Such er development and training of our youth and fotrr a love for farm life in their heart, that hold them t. the farm a nothing ele can It wrk makes prop- McROBERTS DRUG STORE produce a i. difficult for a filthy rtett heart to mind law, since so many do not possess either the brains or the nerve to abolish it by custom.! 11. CLAY KAUFFMA.V, Trustee in llankruptcy of W. II. Wardlow. THE GREAT $50,000 KENTUCKY SPECIAL TO BE RUN AT nj trtBU hlla fun nlshl.i luter the liumjuet ro cbolrf pr ih fntiH fruit mm'MhII in deii.i utirtft. dftilf ,9WM d tMKe. Then the tMlile wete eleMriil chkkthMlihr.tloa'lwulil.til lltiil "peeelieN Here In order. II toll, dlmHUHlM. . . UK hi f I . pmt 1 1 .1. i When Air. Unnliii; wn iiilled ui Atdrn(ilil,ubrmllp.Ml.U. ., he urn-nndll) it t Mr Til iHie WrtClMlllW, leu until he Mmlied then mifoldeil u ilirepiitHlde looking wht Inld It nh LOYD the (Hide fm e io i Mid IKhII Kmtel) (Delayed) Two iliijn ncii lnriii for the li brary In Keiiri'll for noliletlllln; to rend Mr. and Mr. Fred Snyder. Mr and toiilk'ht. little thliikliii: Ihut I would Mr. Win. Huy vin.ted Mr. and Mr, mmiii he unnitelllni; it hnttlliii; iii)ter) J. D. Hay recently roluerlllllS three of our prominent t'luh William Hay discovered ome I Imto hern ) Itmt tiiemlier. T pet. coming out from under hi. houe llterililfel) lliterertiil, eillioU. II lid lit wlmt I lllive and after investigating found n pole leiinieil, fnllltl) expreei my cat den under hi dwelling house reurhlllk' the lltimry I li...,-In iliat n iiimiieiit with Ml I'.nl'U After we psirteil I Iltillc'ed oine hit of paper on the walk. They from her imtebiHik in hnte fiilli-uk we tier lulling. (In one nf the plere I Mttv the word, 'exreeillnsly hiM klnir.' " Ml Uutliln' fare nhoweil lilank imiitellieiit. Mr. Kleinlni: iniitliiiieil : ".Vow, nny thliii; iIiih kink' I upt to lntretlne. piirtlruliirly If It roliivrn lhne with well !Hilliillitel." whom one Seteral people iitlrreit uiieimlly In illle fnlooll 11: tA I CUNNS CHAfLL. drop. In tr.xuHjfCS wtl.r fU Poultry Rom.dy A word to the wie i .utflcient. prwvided it m Hut uttered t a foa (Delayed) Mr. Harvey (Jet i lmy and rklk"trtkprir (t e. 1 vhiH-ke- e are nblr tt gel. murh better. Mr. I.eui MrCul'ey but a valuable mule recently. Beware I'rof and Mr. Kernie Adant are We jKjjitirely wlfl net permit tax vilting relative, in Magoiftn county. hunting or hunting of any character Mr. Clemen May .pent the Any week with Mr. and Mr.. Hubert May. or trc.pat.ini; on our farm. violator will be protecuted. j Mr. and Mr.. Herman Doolln vii-teJ. S. Schooler, Kdgar I'nce, W A, Mr and Mr. J. H Spark. Sun- Trice, Joe j Cn.cilli. T. J. I'rice. H. day L Klkin, 11. M. Lear, H. I Barker Several from here expect to go to It. F. 1'ar.on, Marinda I.ongiworth. Berea for Commencement exerci.e. J. P llland. and Hughe. Ilroi. thl week. (Other name, will be added upon Mr- - and Mr. Ilobert Teater and the payment of 25 cent.) (tf ) Teater i ill wrid .urn )tu The lep lively only that which Mr. Muttte Kail )a Hunters ut d it Not even USCO ever touched this value before 303V.i-$ia9- 0 HEN you look at a 30x3& USCO at $10.90 think back for a minute as far price ranuc they have rcc ounued tt as a value beyond any loisiblc cotnxinicm. A 'till greater moncp worth LATONIA SATURDAY, JUNE 24th Morvich, the Kentucky Derby Winner and Undefeated Champion Will Meet Pillory, Snob II, Hea, Olympus, Whisk-awaCherry Tree, BetMosie, Deadlock, By Gosh, Startle, John Finn and Nine Others of the Leading of America three-year-olds y, Unit other lilt of pnper huil fallen, with the wrlllnc up. After n haty irlance 1 lniply hud to know U'lmt It nil lllelllit, Hlld KUthereil Up the pnpent. Von will luijlii to undemlmid why I did thin when I re'iit to you (ho wjinl I In the order In which I tlmt nw them on the Krouiiil, 'K. (TI'.HINtll.V .SHOCKINfJ T1I.DKN ItOt'KINU MISS I'KNNV - OI'KV WOUKRH STOrKISO MISS HOSR SAD," now IUIhiIiic Her imdletire wn brent lrtely. and nin.ternntloii nhnweil In the fueen of the two middle nceil mentioned, Mr. Flem Inc went on: There were other irrup. with word on them. After cntherlue them up I nt onee returned home und pent the nfterniKHi In pleolnj: them tocelher" Sh looked xoberly nt tlw pnpi'r on the Inble and nil eje followed her int.- "I thought nt tlrt I would nuy noth-Innbimt It: but h the mntler n eoiirrm u nil. I felt flint tint ton, olioiibl be fold." livery eve en fixed iiieui her nn he took tb pnper from the Inble. "I.UenM cbe ilil "Could nnvthlnr be twi"i ilremlfill th'lli tliNT' -M'hool-timehe- their eet, "It rhunnil Since lau fall when USCO established the $10.90 asyoucanrcmcmbcrUSCO. The truth is that men have always found USCO an out standing money's worth no matter what its price. Today at $10.90 USCO maintains its established standard of quality. And because of the new price, it sets a nctu index of tire value. USCO have never been inclined to measure its value by the general run of ttrcs. Unted State Tiro r fefidTkis thl than even USCO itclf had reached before a lurtr SlAOO 1U2Z Men who have used M' ' tU It t Mt lnny, atutrkla:-ln wM iure If - r ' 1 In a Battle Royal for a Rich Purse and a Valuable Gold Trophy. 'xt M !' "lliil t- - in : ii. noekl MMrkln" It "Y 'retty I'eter." mwiHUreil the lild HelHlHtf ID', tit b ' lt 'WT i 'nlj bud H'tr imdllibl lilt U.VtiuCk f 14.1 KENTUCKY JOCKEY CLUB INCORPORATED hnTe drniiiW never teridt" tlmt.' I' Ml IVitld n bit HtM4llhlv ' ! i't tlmt jour wrltlnicl" Mr. Flem Inc mulled Inni'enily and hundwl the paper to her. TlioUtih elubnrntely nteeed tocelher. It wnn blulik on l"itr ,.p.e ti.iicr "iiitiipom lri" miKi eJt I United j jt$ Tires' anir. ld (he .ytnp.th.tle friend, all olllrliil r.ire und leudliu )our life your own wayl" "ilmt Isn't a dream." aald Senator H.rjlmm. a llttlx Iru.dlily. "That'a nlKbtuiare." , "Do you not .umctlmea dream," Rttlrtment. u Where You Can Buy . . VkwUkkk.WLkS.s,s.Vs.t.w a. s. s. JA J. N. CAMDEN, Pr.sld.nl M. J. WINN, SHERMAN COODPA3TER. !Wr .ad Tr.. and C.nl Mgr. HASELDEN BROTERS, LANCASTER, KY BECKER & BALLARD, BRYANTSVILLE, KY PAINT LICK GARAGE, PAINT LICK, KY The Central Record. Lancastei , Ky., Thursday, June 22 1922 AGAIN OFFERING YOU AN OPPORTUNITY TO MiiNu , OUR PUBLIC BENEFIT SALE JUST BEING FINISHED AND PROVING A GREAT SAVING TO THOSE THAT MADE THEIR PURCHASES EARLY, WE ARE GOING TO OFFER BARGAINS EACH WEEK CHANGING THE ITEMS FROM WEEK TO WEEK. COME AND TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THIS OPPORTUNITY TO SAVE. Ginghams 75c Values 50c Values . Tissue and Voils 39c Values . 25c 19c Boy Tom Sawyer Suits Crepe and Nansook Gowns $2.50 and $3.50 Values .$1.59 $1.25 Values 79c 25 All Silk Crepe de chene Shirtings 95c $2.00 Values White Voil, Madris and Flaxon 50c to $1 .00 Values 29c i gossip aduul People VvNa A RrM MiiitUn Um CmWrjh W Ai i. 1 1 GWnji by That Are ltrtitd sad In. Mr. George Harris hat returned to hi home in Atlanta, Ga. The Misses Ely. uf Junction City, are visitor of relative here. Dr. W. M. from a buln Mr. ami Elliott hat returned trip in Indlanapolit, the n Will HarrU, of week-enIn LanLex-melod Mr. ,pent ' caster. Mr ha II. W. f. Hunt, of Mlddlesboro, been visiting her lter, Mr. W. Mot. Mn. Jack Adam and Mr. O. U. Terrill were chopping ' In Danville Monday. Mr. Cal Facklrr and Mr. John Van. Winkle were in Lancaster Saturday on business, Mr. Sam HnrrU, of Louisville, I visiting hi parent, Judge and Mr. K. W. Harris. Mr. George Swincbroad ha returned from Centre College for the numnier vacation. Mn. W. II. Maton, MIm Sue Shelby Maton, Mr. and Mrs. Luther Glbbs were in. Danville lait week. E. Storme entertained a friend Thursday afternoon at her home on Richmond ttreet. Mr. J. few .Mr. Ike Dunn and children, of Lexington, have been guest of her parent, Mr. ami Mr. D. Gulley. 0 Ml Nora Cnlon, who ha been Ky. visiting he- - aunt, Mr. W. H. Mom, Kngle Mis Robbie returned to ha returned to her home In Vlrglnln. Ileren last Sunday with Mr. and ,Mr. Mr. Charlie Thompion and little Wultor Engle for a visit of two daughter, Jane Perkins, have return weeks. ed from a visit to relative In Stan Mis l.ucy Engl swnt a few day ford. in llerea last, weeJc, the.guiwt of her Mr. and Mr. Carl Curtis have re sister, Mrs. W. II. Wahlan and Mr. turned to Richmond after a visit to Engle. near Mr. and Mr. Jnme Sutton, Miss Johnuttu Farm returned Sat(.anrastcr. urday from N'axareth College, where Mr. J. W. Howard, who ha been he wa a member of the graduating the guest of MIm Kdnn Dcrkclc, re class. turned to her l;ome in West Virginia Mr. E. I Owsley and guest, Mr. Monday. Run Listcher, of Louisville, arc In Mr. ami Mr. J. Ev Starmo ure Danville, the guest of .Mr. W. R. spending a few day at Crab Orchard Cook. Sprint; and attending the Druggist Mr. and Mrs. Carter and daughter, Association. of Somorttet, pent the Mr. Martha Walker Robinson, of .Mr. Carter's father, Mr W 0 I.ex,ngton. I visiting her sister, Mr. Guoslloo. W. II. ilurtot. and Mr, Burton, on Rev. F. M. Tlndor and wife, of Maple avenue. North Mlddfeltinii, are gueit of their Mr. Lon llourne and Mr. E. II. daughter, Mrs. Hen Robinson and Mr. Lettr have returned after a week' Robinson. vilt with Mr. and Mr. C. N. South-wooMr. and Mrs. Luther Ilroaddu and of Danville. attractive little, children, motored to Mary Lee (liven, of Hubble, llorea Wednesday and attended Ml the wn the guest of Mi Frankle Knuff-mu- n exercise. Tliuriy and attended the Miss Sallie Elizabeth Adams has Eastern Star reception. pleasant visit returned home after Mr. and Mr. A. W. Wclgcl and with her sister, Mrs. Luther Ilroaddus daughter, Helen, Mr. and Mra. M. I). of this city. Ashley and son, Maurice, all of Louis-villThe bridge party given Friday guests of Mr. were wck-enby Miss Edna Ilerkele In I,. J. Snnford. and Mrs. honor of Mrs. J. W. Howard, uf West W. Morrow, Mr. Virginia, was one of the most delightMr. and Mre.-- r and Mn. Jo Walker, Jr., Mr. and ful events of the summer. The home Mr. F- II. Murksbury, Mr. and Jin. was charmingly decorated in nasJohn Gill Kinnalri and Paul Morrow turtium and daises. A salad course and Ice tea were served. About composed u motor party to Frank-fotwclv guests were prMtr.. the past week. wuek-cndnvit- li d, 1 11 e, d rt T" Mr. J. II Haselden, Jr., . spending White, of Nashville,' i ' Tenn., is spending the summer with the summer at Crab Orchard Springs. nclce, Mm Emma Doty, on Mil Mary Owley is. the guest of jhrr Mr Hillie Mason wa at Crab Or Maple avenue Mim Fay Acton in Danville. chard Springs Tuesday attend .ig the Mrs. R. E. McKoberWs left Wednev Drutrgist Association Mum Marilee Lear the RUMt of day for Chautauqua, where she will Mim Cicely Ilowmnr in Vertallle. Mr. Clay KaulTman and Mr. Roger attend the General Federation of B'Hirlnnd have returned from a de. Woman' Club Mr. SalUe Ilroaddu ha been t: ligfctfut trip to Mammoth Cave. her ister, Mr. Dave IIom, of Mi. 0. U. TerrW, af RiehJands, this city. Min Annie Duration, of Washing' Va., arrived last week to be the guest of her parents, Mr. toHCltjf, I expocted this wesk for a MM Pearl "tannery ha been the for two week visit to her aunts, Mtse Kate and week-sm- d guet of her friend, Mis and Mr. Jack Adams. Lillian Kinnalrd. Stella Ilroaddu. Miss Annie Kathcrinc Arnold, of Mis Elveree Arnold, of BirmingMr. C. I'hMMiM, af Ceriila, l tie 'Birmingham, Ala., Is visiting her ham, arrived last Saturday and will Mr. and Mr. Jim gtjnst ef hr sister, Mr. Will Kmbry spend the summer with her grarftl Ilurnslde, near Lancaster. ami Mr. Kmbry. . parent. Mr. and Mr. J. U. Hurnside. Delia Rice Misses Dora Scott, Mn. J. E. Elmore entertained a Mr. W. O. Rigney entertained at few friend Saturday evening with Hughes, EmilyBoumc and Mae Hellc Sutton spent ' several day the past a six oclock dinner Tuesday in hona picture show party. or of Mr. and Mrs. Wade Walker, of week with Ml Alice Sutton. Dr. .Mary Mll'er, of Terra Haute, Wlnnsboro, S. C. Mis Stella Ilroaddu and Miss Ind., ax been spending a few days fir. John McRobcrts is attending Pearl Flanncry, of Lancaster have with Mr. J. It. Conn. guests of Miss the meeting of the Kentucky Pharbeen the attractive MIm Mary Mae Waller wa one Dora Lee and Martha Coldiron. maceutical Association nt Crab Orof the Queen' muld at the Centre chard this week. Misses Helen Iloyle, Dora Scott, Carnival In Danville. Mr. Debbie Hatson Adkerson, of lola Brown and Alice Sutton were Mis Intel Champ entertained a the delightful weekend guest of Miss- Lynchburg Va., is the guest this fow friend Friday evening at her es Emily and Willie Mae Bourne. week of her uncle, Mr. R. II. Ration home on Maple avenue. rnd Mrs. Hatson. Mr. and Mr. L. C. King and Mrs. Ml Vena Harrison, of Hrrea, wax J. F. HolUclaw. Mrs. Jasper Mober- Mrs. Robert Brewer and children, the pleasant guest of Missc Herndinn ley and ion, Paul, spent last Friday of Tulsa, Okla., arrived Wednesday and Hobble Engle last Friday. with Mr. And Mrs. Stonie Sebastian. for a visit to her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Walker, on Lxington MIm Ijiverne Diekerson and Judith Mr. Nannie Slier and Mis Rebec- avenue. Jnme Daniel spent the week-en- d ca Slier were In Lexington last WedMrs. lielle HurnsMe. Ms Martha with Ml Phillip- - in Stanford. nesday and attended the commence ment at the University of Kentucky. V.'r.rd Jones and Hillie Jones, of MIm Van Grecnloaf and neice, of Frsvnkfort, spent several pleasant h Richmond, spent the week-en- d MIm Porter Hudson will qo to Lan- days last week-enwith Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Emma Kaulfman. her aunt, caster Wednesday where she will James Ilurnslde, on tho Richmond spend two week, the gueat af rela- road. Mr. ami Mrs. Henley Hastin, of tive and friends. Danville Frankfort, attended the Eastern Mrs. Elizabeth Fox Josuph has reStar'a reception Thursday evening. turned from a two weeks stay in .Mr. and .Mrs. Walter Kngle and Chattanooga, witii hur daughter, Mr. Mrs. I J. IV)ton and son, Blllir, children, Mnttiu Lee, Duster and Jack Davis. She will leavo in a few day guests of MIm I f Here'it, spent lat Sunday with Mr. were tho week-enfor Canada, where she will sail for a (tlrtle McQuerry, of Nlcholasville, ' Engle's parent, Mr. and Mrs. It. J. trip abroad. Mr J 1 H. Leavell wai in Danville,! Mr. Harriett (?-- ... 1 Miss Nell Bourne, of Lexington, is at home with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Bourne, Mrs. Herman Russet! Wayland and Miss Edna Berkfle were week-ej visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Gus Dunn, in Stanford. n ; :"y- 1 ; u2!iiJBllllllllllr Jf' ' vlsi-tin- nrd Mesdames Frank Phillips and How. N'ewland with a entertained "500" party at the former's pretty home on Laneatter street Thursday were afternoon. present, ineolding the honor guest Mixes Judith Daniels am) LaVerne Dickeron, of Lancaster. A salad courx; was served during the afternoon. The occasion was a very enjoyable one and it was with regret that the guests took their departure. Interior Journal. Some twenty-five haasfeta' - grand-parent- , 1 w-.t- d d I Kngle. and Charles, have returns! from a delightful visit in Detroit. Mich., Canada. Niagara Falls asid other Eastern point of intarust. While in Detroit thoy were guest of Mn. Mr. and Mr. Robett Kinnalrd and Hamilton's sinter, MIm Curdle Hamillittle son, Robert, Jr., leave this week ton. for Lexington, Va., where they will Misses Emily and Willie Mao be guest of Mrs. Kimviird's mother, llourne entertained at a lawn fete Mrs. Harrington King West. Saturday evening in honor of their Misses Kate nnd Lillian Klnnaird guests, Misses Dora Scott and Helen entertained Tuesday at their home on Iloyle, of Paint Lick. About seven guests partook of the delight Danville avenue uth a s.'x o'clock dinner in honor of their guest, Miss ful refreshments served by the Misses Associate Conductress received the guests, which not only included the Annie Herndon, of Washington, D, C. llourne. Masons in Lancaster, but a large One of the prettiest and most en The iniinv frtamk of Mrs. Dunlap number of the Bryantsvllle and lllanton are glad to know she has re- Joy able society events of the week Paint Lick Lodges. Delicious re covered uiTiolcntly, from n surgical wu the afternoon tea Weduusday freshments were served which were .,, by Mrs. Gibbs honor; .ill . i. ........ "v .L.. I... ... "v muiiic I, llli!iai iu- given Wade Luther Thein house carried out in yellow and white color Mrs. Walker. e nuiuveu o ner noino in ens- of scheme. About two hundred and was tastily decorated iu Ilewem and fifty ter. invitation were isud. delicious refreshments were served, The card part; given by .Miss Mari- About forty guotts were present. Chspniaii Swops , lee Lear Saturday afternoon at her The following from the Cleveland Mrs. Robert Klnnaird otiurtaincd home un Lexiru;'on avenue In honor Plain Dealer will be uf interest to of her guejt, Mis Cicely lloumar, Friday evening at her home on Maple many friends 111 ljincaster of the avenue In honor of Mrs. Wade Walk bridegroom-elect- , of Versailles, wna a channinvf alTalr. as Mr. Swope is an C, who U the About fifteen guests tnjoted MIm t, of W.Hnsboro, old Lancaster boy and son of Mr. Kumt of hur daughter, Mrs. Vigil Lear's hospitality. Bright Herring of this county: K.nnainl. The house wim prettily "The class breakfast of the lenl.ir Mr. Ja mea M Slier, why has been decorated in nasturtiums, dulses and attending the University of Kentucky iwltcd plants Fruit punch, Ice cream clain of the College for Women, for four years and having obtained mid cake were served. About four- Western Reserve University, lit love's particular Joy. For then love, chuckles u R. S. degree in Civil Engineering, teen guest were present. and points out the victim one by has returned home for a few day Misses Jane and Mary Doty enter- one. stay before taking up work with the tained Tuesilay evening at their homu "And the victims don't seem to Stato Highway Department. on Danville avenue in honor of Mb mind it in the least. There arc T Tuesilay morning Mrs. J. E. llrown Barbara Lee Hudson, of Flemings-burout of 100 girls who announcu their gave a small and Informal party iu who is the guest of her brother, engagement." honor of her sister, Miss Irene M lu- Rev. Harry Hudson and Mrs. Hud In the list that follows is the name ll I ih of Garrard county. A dainty son, The home v,a decorated in of Mis Margaret Chapman, lunch wa served Just before noon. lovely (lowers and delicious refresh Luclid avenue, and that of her Harrodsburg cor; Lexington Her- - ment were served. The air.nr prov-e- d finance, Mr. Floyd Swopo formerly aid. a very enjoyable one. of Lancaster" e Mr. R .L. Elkin, Mr. G. A. Abbott. Mr. Wm. F. Miller, Mr. J. M. Farra, Mr. G. II Swlnebraod and son, George spent Tuesday In Owingsville, Ky., at a Rooster meeting. .Mn. Naomi Hamilton, aoas, James In loving remembrance of our dear mother, Mrs. II. B. Wheeler, who died June 20th., 1021. One year ha come and cunu slncu The reception given Thursday evening by the Order of the Eastern we saw you, mother dear: gone but Stars was one of the most elaborate not forgotten by husband, child and social events of the season. It was grand children. held at the Masonic Hall, which was The golden gates were opened, A gentle voice said come,. beautifully decorated In yellow and white. The hall was decorated with And with farewell she left these colon and a French basket of She calmly entered home. Mrs. Wm. Prathcr, grand (laughter. yellow ruses and dahws were suspended from pillar. Fruit punch was served at a table decorated in yelluw, white ami green, making a lovely picture. .Miss .Mildred Beazley, Mrs. Wesley Dickerson, Mrs. Stanley Her-ro- n and Mmm Mamie Ballard presided. Mr. Owen Rigney, Worthy Patron, Mrs. Louis I.iindram, Worthy Matron, Mrs. Nitom. Hamilton, Associate, Matron, Mrs. Naomi Hamilton, A- sociate Matron, Mrs. W. B, Burton, Conductress, and Mrs. AIolph Joseph, Mr. and Mr. J. W. Bourne announce the engagement of their daughter. Miss Kathcrinc Bourne to Mr. A. V. Douglas, of . Paris, Ky. The wedding will take place the latter part of this month. Miss Bourne is one of the prettiest and most popular young women of this section and is In every way fitted to grace the horue of the man to whom she plights her troth. She was educated at. our own Kentucky Colfege for ''Women and Is beautifully endowed both by nature and attainment, and we congratulate the man fortunate to win her. Mr. Douglas is a busieM man, of Paris, Ky., and is much liked in the business and social circles of that town, and has many friends here, where he has been a frequent weekend guest. Danville Messenger. Miss Bourne is a frequent visitor of Lancaster fr.ends. Marie DcGatTerrelly with The Original Williams Stock Co. Honored Guest Dr. A. T. McCormick, secretary of the State Board of Health will be the guest of the local Board of Health and other organizations at a luncheon given at noon today :n his honor. Ballsrdi Obelisk Flour is pure, clean and healthful. Try a sack today. Hudson & Farnau. And still, the man who lives to a good old age may not be good. ' In Memory u. Do Your Fed Help You or Hinder You? u 11 comfortable, strained, you! They ake your work teem lighter they enable you to enjoy t hings. On the other hand, unaching feet make life a continualdrudgrry. Ordinary tlioc vwth sagging urcne nuke troublesome Shoes, because the built-i- n arch comes up and stay up to tho instep, keep the (ret ell. You (an make Vigorous, healthy feet help f feet. Arch Prceryer your fect healthy and vigorou by wearing Arch Preserver Shoe. You'll be delighted ith the good, smart styles, too. JAS. W. SMITH r"9nsHH?ll9HSBlssVlssPP g, KEKttt TIIK FOOT WELL The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday, June 22, 1922 GIANT TURTLE Nevin Concert Company Here at Chautauqua Hnttles Fiercely With Four Men, Attempting to Q By QCRTRUDK HIESTOH 3 THE Lexington Herald Gather Her Erra g A lilt. It MeCliir Ntwtptpar Sn4lU. Thin It a itory of a battle agalnU John felt bitter nnd dlscuuragcl as lh-Inc turtle we a big "trunk-back- " he bunged tlu door of the pretty tint least 1,200 pound, in which he hud prepared at lotlugly n feu four West I'alm lleach men had one nioiitlis ago fur his bride. Central Kentucky's great morning newspaper, deof the mot exciting experience of It s hum enouKli to get a living nnd win "menus, ulljrhiiw," he mtltteivd dosires to call to the attention of the people of Lancastheir Uvea on the beach a short j- on iiurrioi uuwii ine n fouth of the Jupiter Inlet. j ter and surroundlnur territory thnt there is a specinl smvi. -- ion i Jim Know I could If I Leaving I'alm Ucnch about t had the bust ut a night or two ago, a party of turtle home. I.y.ll.i bit of encoiimci-men'ruck run for the benellt of its subscribers and paper wsMinil so Interested egg hunter tailed forth with their nnd kind before I married I reaches you in early morning hours. The price of electric flashlights and sacks to search thought she'd can but now till she the beach below Jupiter. Thi par- think of is her Vnreer. The olTtvV The Lexington Herald by mail for one year, ty wa made up of Kdward V. Land-gru- f SHd. biscuits litirmM, liacoii raw, and In disorder. nnd Joseph Burgner, two North eterytNlii DAILY AND SUDAY IS $7.50; DAILY ONLY FOR "Wlmt If h did get the dollars for Olive street barbers, Bob Hurgncr I ttist silly story itititldllti stuff. s ONE YEAR IS $6.00 and llolmnn D. Couch of V. V. uoiHlr edltiira an fixits nnueh to realty office. ntt-it I'm left to get nloiig any The Herald is delivered by carrier to your home at The men reached their detination dd uy. 1 sHpIt"" sits nnd write about one o'clock in the morning, and nil ility Pin sure she doe nothing a most moderate rate. SUBSCRIBE NOW! it wa a dark a pitch. The old for nw. She won't even fix benw-l- f up laying m I'll li.no Dioctldliit good to look ut. fallacy about giant the bojs Here right to laugh their egg by the light of the full I iltn-smoon during the month. of.May and nt lite for putting my bend In the Mr and Mrs. Clarence McCulley WOLF TRAIL June, wa hot to pieces on thi trip, noM' Sunday At the office his employer looked and son, were entertained found fresh for the IocbI hunter rritlenli; nt him many tines that dny Mrs. Abe Ilurton is vtsitmg :n at the tame of Mr. and Mr. Kay- visiturtles evidence of various uihI frmwHfl at rnrote, IIHcm work. moud Davis. ting the beach and laying their egg "Lucky I did Hot tuU litin ( thottsht of Madison. Mr. and Mrs. James Land. Mr. Coy under rnvrr of darkness. Mr. Theodore Dunn ha been quite promoting him. I'll hive to look American music will be n feature on the programs of the Kevin Concert Prlee and children and Master yaf nl0Vl ,ni, nverage hlgh-wotround for smneone In snld to sick for the past few days, who will ap.car at the coming Company, the gca.,urt, McMlllian were Sunday guest ,h.t IlilllM-lf- . hy spending this week with Ms grand At homo Uvade the, shore, during their of Mr. and Mrs, Wilbert Datley. yaunedsiid stri'telied mother, Mrs. Klltabeth Aldridge. n",CemiMve,ac;mIo.l.lons of the great American Klhe.her, found a heiNclf. i:cn the soiled wrapper nnd Mlt Jrs.ie K. Hay. Mrs. Andrew will fonu Hie basin of the program which are delightfully diversified ing seaion, the hunter Mr. Joslah McCullry is in Cincinturtle laying her egg, hulr In curl nerM could - not dully Stotts and Lucille Stetts pent a part hy vocal and InMruniental numliers nn.l clever chnmctcr sketches, many of "trunk-bac- k" a treatment of his eyes. sin- was young nati for The flash of electric pocket light did dlKti!e the fntt that of last week with Mr. Lowry Speaks which will b presented In costume. and pretty. Iutilny the lircnkfnt Mr. Clyde Slmpon, who has been and Ml Christine Speaks, of Mt The Jfevlns are an experienced concert nnd entertslnment company that- j not leem t0 disturb the big turtle in dlsbes one side. sh" got out her writ-Inwriting. very sick Is better at this has toured In all parts of the country under ItrdiKith management with plen- tf)e ,enlt nm ns fjU n$ nr al(j hl,r Hebron. materials' nhd became nbsorlied. , Mis Christine Speaks of Mt Hebfc d did .uccess. Their numerous Instrumental and v.ical d h h The "divinely lientlllful maiden with Messrs. John Datley and Clyde permanent popularity will U enjoyed by every mutlcat favorites of A starry ejes and rnten ron, is visiting Miss Jessie 11. Kay. appt.M Simpson were dinner guests Sunday In tbe commonlly. curls, clad In shimmering golden in Air. and Mrs. Mote Davis enter- of Mr. and Mrs. Pewell Dsiley. I.... i, Mr. I bad Just falb-- n riipturouslr Into tained a number of guet Sunday. f or four feet fully three and and Mrs. Allen Teater, Mr and Mr. but which will probably be published in depth, according to Kdward Land the arms of tb prince when the Ml Mr. ami Mrs. Albert Cilleam spent Klbert Teater and were their of the fiat rang nnd I.yilta reluctantly in book form at an varlv il.iv. Judcc craf and the etrifs are as larire a a svvnt to here with relatives. guests Sunday evening the week-enthe door. Samuel M. WHion, of Lexington, is blllnrif ball. It was the Hitman, and she brought Chas. O'llearn sold to Kyle Iiom taking great interest in the matter' North ond south of the mid die nest bark to her tnht n plli- - of rejected IS fifty pound shoats at 12ct per In ,, w, (toubtit. The first newspaper published bc tht vAhoT of tht. the big turtle made two "fake" nAt. mnnu'crlpt. (Mie nfter another she pound. Kentucky and the first published west voumi " A soon as the big turtle finishes layrend the Inlowd prtntnl slips. "So Mr. John Dalley and duaghter, of the Allegheny Mountain, for that ing her eggs, which consumed fully sorry unsiiltnble for our publlratlnns. with her matter, wa the "Kentucky Caxettc," along toward This des not mean thnt they may not pent Sunday in Madison an hour, she crawled It now take more than 30 billion vllB.h Prot.ct.d by N.tur.. parents. pusses merit." etc.. etc and the first number appeared Au-- , cigarettes a year U supply the de Tb swim In the ocean, the four men started digsmaller detllflsh Y (ine kindly man bsd written n few nnd son, mand In the Unite,! States. gust 11, 178.. The trustees of Lex-- , ,, Mrs. Japer Matthew We 1Py miW (.y r,mnM ging down Into the sand. They had hnstlly penciled words: "Prom your spent n few days last week with Mrs. ,,,. ncc,,nnC t0 n,er ington, Ky., offered to give Johnjlh(.r gone down three and a half feet and story I Judge you to lx young. My don't pretend to say hew It l poiible a lot on the corner of Main rounding. They hate another device were removing the eggs into a sack, Hnrve McCulley. for only 10T mllHon, including men, to you Is to get married and and Mill streets, if he would establish . which enables them to ecue when when suddenly the turtle returned to advice yourvlf Mr. nnd Mrs. W. T. Moberley spent women and children, to smoke so your husband's In loe a printing press In the town. Hi' bard preed, This Is the Ink bag. by drive off the intruders. You the day Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. many but each year since the war the career; help him win ucc-s' "" accepted the offer,' brought the press' n""""" quantity consumed has increased by Iindgraf was down in the trench can write later and havo something Carl Moberley. dark tluld which ninkes the sea around from Virginia on horseback at least to his wnist, digging out the eggs to write nliout." Mr. ami Mrs. Lewis Long and son about five billion cigarettes annually them thirl- snd cloudy. part of the way, and began the publiLydln angrily toro up the letter, but visited relatives near Hackley with his hands, when Couch gave a for The total consumption of tobacco in cation of the Gazette on the date the United States has increased warning' cry that the big turtle was the word persisted In her memory. the week-enCalf. Her pen went more slowly nnd brr Dcsides being the first edinamed. Golf I a frttntt of n""! plvved In a upon them. They flashed their lights th oo Elijah McMlllian rapidly the last twenty year. AlMr. and tflits turned from her heroine's tor in the state, John Bradford was cow put urn fnsteml of on u litlile. It and the Illumination disclosed the Mr. nnd Mrs. though the United States produces sheriff of Fayette, county, trustee of consists In placing a whit pill on turtle within a few feet of the nest, starry eyes to the sad. disappointed were Sunday guest of of the entire tobacabout brown ones of her own John. She liobtrt Carter, of lluckeye. Lexington and of Transylvania Semi- an ant hill and then seeing how far crawling as fast as possible co crop of the world, we consume and tried again to write, but thn story tuMrs. Hugh Moberley and Mr. and nary, one of the founders of the pub- one can knock said pill with a club. snorting with a sound very much like rn me hopelessly mixed In her thoughts s of the quantity guests of about daughter, were week-enlic library of Lexington, was member After having drlten the pill a mile, that of a bull alligator blowing. The with her own life. s here at home which amounts to more or less, the next hour Is spent Mr .and Mrs. Hnrve Teater. of the County Court, and reprcen-tativ- c "With the fnlntlng maiden In his of 1 H billion pounds. A lot In trying to tlnd It. When found. It three men atop the trench ran with in the General Assembly. He Is dropped In Misc Tinelue and Kbbie Cilleam of money to go up In smoke Landgraf arms the gallant prince leaped upon a hole and then the per- warning cries, but Mr. his horse also wrote a series of "Notes on Ken- formance Is repenrvd 17 times With found visitors with Mr. and difficult to crawl ou,t of the John, he and dsshwl away." "1'oor were week-en- d it couldn't drink his coffee, and Mr. Tom McMlllian and family. tucky" in sixty-tw- o articles, which 17 or so more pill. Standard 1'lajer hole and get away. By this time the When lawyers begin a violent conthe dinner last night was bum." She have been published In their entirety, Mngnxlne. Pollard troversy In court it Is by nu means Mr. and Mrs. Telrafu turtle, with her juws snapping and opened her wonderful eyes and gated neck extended over the trench, made at htm loulfully "John always used went to Lexington last week to con a sign of animosity. They cannot a fityil effort to grab landgraf, who to say I looked o dainty and pretty sult a specialist in regard to Mrs. demand additional fees without some excuse. and now" Pollard's physical condition. got nway, however. She sprang up and looked at herThe four men closed In about the mirror. turtle in the effort to llap her over, self In tliyou WHICH DAILY PAPER? nre sight for sore eyes "Well, simply used her but the you'd make them sore I I guess I'm A Question Thnt Is Quickly anil Readily Answered. claws or ttnpperw and "ducted" sand a fool." with such rapidity that it resembled Stia hurriedly seized the manua barrage. The sand, thrown fully scripts, tore them Into piece ami tuenty feet, struck the men in their crammed them Into the facei with such force as to sting and She then dragged off the wrapper and She wa burn. The Aquarium has a standing put on a trim working-dress- . anyone flopping over young nnd energetic, and housekeeping offer of $20 to was a game so It Mas not long before Largest Morning Circulation n trunk-bacturtle on its back and the whole plsm wns spotless nnd In notifying the Aquarium, so that the order. She went out ami bought ome of Any Kentucky Newspaper turtle may be brought in for exhibiflower, nnd when John enme home tion purpoies, alive, but these four thnt evening his brown eye opened Enjoys a nation-wid- e prestige and reputation. It men made up their mind that they wide nnd the light sprang up In them would not undertake any flopping for nt the dainty, laughing little wife and is essentially a newspaper, intent upon (riving news $150 n flop. The turtle followed tbe festlte IftHtrd. "What's the nuttier?-- ' bo nuked. them down the beach along the high matter first consideration. "Sold all your stories? Made n tils-tanc- e "-"mld-nlgh- t, CHXCKOOCHOft0OOCM30HCHiCKlOO tT Tilt-bctt- pt sen-turtl- n well-know- el" Hol-ma- n cunr. nest-Novl- n, e '""' Jnm ,,t,.ti roHl-hlncl- inrh one-hal- First Newspaper In Kentucky d ' Billion Cigarettes a Year ' rn s. r. one-thir- d two-third- d two-third- The CourierJournal scrap-bnske- k Maintains its own news bureaus at Washington and Frankfort. Member of the Associated Press. With important legislation coming before Congress and Kentucky General Assembly in 1922, The Courier-Journis the daily ncwujiapcr you will need. al By special arrangements we am new able to offer AL i THE DAILY COURIER-JOURN- AND THE " CENTRAL RECORD Both One Year by Mail, For Only $6.00 This otter applies to renewals as well ai new subscriptions, only to people living In Kentucky, Tennessee or Indiana. but New subscription may, if desired, start at a later date, and renewals wilt date from expiration of present onus. If you prefer an evening newspaper, you may substitute The Louisville Time tide line and finally went back Into the water, only to reappear again "No." she laughed. "They all came close to shore. back. Pvo decided It's more fun to The hunter removed 112 large live n romance. We ourelve will he egg from the nest made by the turthe rndlnnt oyrs nnd our home the eggs. They enchanted castle where everything I tle and twelve small found other nests during the next always heimtlful Mid In order. Will I three or four hours, and returned do for the princess" "Net jour life." ht said gayly, as he with a total of 159 turtle eggs. The bent nnd kled lor. trunk-bacbig was described ns larger than the average dining table, and Virtu Its Own Reward. ns high from the ground to the base The business girl vu not mi ottlclnl or top of its theil us live feet. Kx- - reformer, hut lu pntillced soniewhat change. on it little ingumiiltln of a boy. Muuy 'tlllie bud lie hllxl off the straight und nuffiw hihI u many time hud Right Not to D Withhtld. What ! shall I imi everywhere wijoy she pulled him buck iiguln. When the refornmtory threutemil she alway the light of the sshi mid star) and pteHiled with Hie niitliorltlrs nnd kept limy 1 not seek and Ill eerv corner of h ierlh, ur.der tli hi Ml ill. -- nuii:n; cbi of hnn' und de lie hor nme In to out ll- ' i itl tMiile. ,e, hU Ke.M tin truth "Ilne v4 heeii it AmkI Uiy l.t ttJiV nidted tie II. It. -tln ir 1 simiild my I Life Insurance a Ey Product. wiswsmHUi I.Ue tasrrtiMV Is :tn ingrowth of hu..' reIM i fsrsitr. Then, row wt li ttrsmo's" i the ustom of tMsiir ; ,:!, nnd car-."know, I prectlred tv ifie owtMwii from llf.- t (stl. he t.W. d: "V Jmnntl 'kesi itnd '. g i MS"e " l. Him-i- . o' would Insure Tt.e ' i ( tin ims hli ihrmuh Hie dentil u ho sklpiivr. TheM hI. Statistics About Pin Jics were IimiwI l individual beforu Until the outbmtk of the Jr mi lest companies iiilne to eUtenee. thuii iNUssM" plus were msiiufuc-turck Some people live well on little money buy food, how to it so that flavor and nourishment arc fully retained. That'a the whole secret. No houscwifc,for instance, would bc without ice in early Spring. The weather is too changeable, the temperature is too warm. The food might not spoil so badly that it could not bc used; but it would lose the appetising ilavor which makes eating a pleasure and it would liavc less of the nourishing quality which your children es well-informe- know how THEY it and how toto d pccially need. From now on, ice should be taken regit larly. It actually saves money. ssj fri! ". - BASTIN BROTHERS MEMBER NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF3CE INDUSTRIES rteJgJ W Punrj, Full Weitht, fjuuj Smi d for The Courler-Jtvrna- l. Send or bring your orders to the office of CENTRAL RECORD Thlna, When puckiug gla or chlnu usa straw or excelsior that hat been slightly dampened. The water causes both of tliesu materials to swell, und this swelling fill up the crevices, thus lu Lit ecu tht kihIIu ttiu breskuble article much tighter than It can be don by hand. This Is tba method used by professional packer. Psf'-in- 'j be lurgtwt In lut tory It of the world u In lllrtulnguiiiii. plus lu u single prMiii'fs .S,( . iUy, As tbe ciisiiiiiitloii of plus li not so eiioruiuiikly largo there would so.hi result u gntl superubuiidunce ileimitt t! .f tie- v. struhly lost. 1'1'e remainder get worr. out by use. It bus been calculated that plus loot lu one iUy represent I value oC tlad. I - t'r HS. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday. June 22, 1922 All-Star 1 Chautauqua Feature National Male Quartet a I T vaw WWW WWfL.f V ' You Mf," 'I'ihI ix4liiiil. Timrlli has II vi brothers wlwi are her admiring u they. ivIih duhhed her pals, It Mer. Waltvr CnWwell and Addl llmrlli So tin was grown Into a way Kindred have cvmpletoi! the painting nntiirnl manner of treating men In f the llaptkt clMirch. im cimmI nniiitiloiM. Mr. aad Mr. HbinMn, f I'ilnt made cyi- -i at ho I he first ilny," '.iii Thr National Mnli Quartet l annnuiirril a urn of the Meitfit inuilcal en Joliti, proudly Insisted; nml Clmrtte. Knok were the guiwti Sun4ay of Mr. ti rtalnmint feature' arxarlnc at th rutnlne lleilpatli Chautauqua ' In- and Mr. WUIIe Kindred. Ki.r tin uiKt two tears llo National hate him slnclnc ami cntertnlntnc l":an "wnillnc tin? stair, at the Kcilpatli management ana have lrcn iHtne u ,"PIrlin.. iiMMi..nt. was In tlii.i to throcghout the under Mim Mary nnd Suite Champ were '""r hta ,Hht m,mrk- success ui.n success. I "Well!" the breathed Indignantly the afternoan guot of Mles Ini The memN-r- of this quartet nrr first of all musicians of rare al.lllty, who r the ulnlr. Hit oltl and Lillian Hutchlnj recently. anil line It nutirvmoly "'l'l'il .fne iTfn:hlni In tti accented mail nuarti-- t writ, Hut Ic addition to tlirlr inutlrlaiililp tlu-- are rntrrtaltirni jmr fieri-iKir- r. frlind Teil liml chin mirli clowlnt no-Mr. and Mr. Blmer Moere ami Mr. count of till romlni; foruuT college nnd Mr. Sherman" Kldd were gucJti Ttir Notlmiuli art utiilcr the direction of Cliarlin Cox, a capita! character clium. Mr. and Mr. F. R. Ktrldge. -Old John', a woniliT- .- Teil had lold of rotiKillan und lirnnmrnal lnio. mt In the rominunlty. Mill W her eiithullU'iilly. "hlclient imtrh up Mr F. 0. Bi'rtdge and daughter, ri'mi Tin 'lunrtrt In hl liuilnif. roniern, nirnlglii. Jolly, Florence, .who v .truck by an addeil ad kind; nnd imU'olleil." T-.n New Yerii, returned home She wa a member miringly, "by nil the attention women Friday. MIm Florence' many friend 57 year of ace. MAItKSBURY plrk hl of a lodge whoe membera cared for cite lilnk John rouhl take Itut ilwn he en- are rejoicing over her recovery. wherever he gie. aoltl n veal calf to Mr her during her illnem and gave her courage a girl to tn'llt'te In n fond-lieJim Turner The O. P. W. Junior Club held Its buna!. She earned a life insurance for her wlilch he d- - not monthly meeting June Oth., and arTenter for $10 hM'm1 Not old John. Courteou Mr. Tom llnwuMut hai bouclit n ranged for a ice cream nnd pic locinl hooetly on and nit that, hut chapar-one- .l new F'onl tourinj; car. Mr. anj Mr, II. S. Clark Saturday night. June 24th. There Itlght coibt wny, until MU Ida Mr. and Mr. Khun-lirn- . along. will be one or two good .pcaker .Minted Dora Scott, of I'alnt Ufk, their Then" K urn per, of I. Delia IHee lluchet, Mr. and Mr. Kniily Houmc ami "May!-.- '' Cliarlle bad utUeMevuuaty from Richmond prexnt and prob eeV K. C. to Camp Nekon and High Internipteil, "I may It-- that Ml Itlght. ably tome from Ilerea. Every one (if lnciiter, are upemllni; the Ilrkige Thursday ami Friday of U.t What an liouor!" A Ike Sutton. arc invited to attend. with Mim Such a man wa, not worth a Ml Sadie DooWn will itive a re- week. IkiUi day were thoroughly thought ; the would, thereafter, arohl .i ; rVIilr ntal at Cedar Cret Saturday after- enjoyed by tke party. htm. A itecMon once made Charlie .a--1 me IVlaKCS noon, havintr completed th,e I at Kmde Mt Ola DsoHii and brother, Winter's lmarlahb Iheil up to It. if Matthrw'a uraileil Coure. ve return il from Derea ColClover Crop "What," Jolin ,lnwnrth Impatiently MIm Kmlly llaurne cave n dellKht-fu- l lege to apeml Uinr vacation at heme. atked Toil. "I the matter with your There i a clover on Will English' lawn party lat Saturday mottier'a giicM) MM Winters runs Mr. Ilaymwrnl DeMn receU'ed a which y A number were there te of Foun- from in at everv turn, and 1 admit farm ouwtilc of EHubethtown for Ute completion Teil. that the mere I see her with turpawtw anything of the kind ever Hourno. the hpitalHy of MIm Hoth are delighted with the dation.. other hrre. the more I like that girl, 'grown in Harlan county. It it grown .Mr. and Mr. J. I. Hamilton, Mr, therouglineiH ef the chool. " you uimerttaiiu nor ' on larni which teveral yean ago Not lien Huehea ami Mit. Delta Hlce One of tii' moil enjoyable event any foidlthnets like ilmt. hut 1 do want would hardly produce one ton of lluKlw. f Iincattrr, were kuciU of lO mow ner in ner, iiavn ner ibis y transpired latt Thll mason it lw tfce MIm of the Mr. Jnn. Sutton and oislrr, oungem torer ta.t. to jf Alice Mt Sutton me a. tne In when f r who drop etery evening on pretense Suan Sutton at dinner Sunday. ehaparened a party of 36 young folk, ..t vi.m .,r.,if. ik. I m.Msr ,or This information it given our reader Mr. and Mra. Leo Kemper, who to a ntrnlc at iren bridge in honor of tMirrMimu than they 7 or what Is the bvrstne it is the result of lime. Dr. have been the gueU of Mr. and Mr. i KUot, Ml Dora Scott, uf Paint matter with iur tormenting young F. I Stnckler. when he owned this It. S. Clark returned by the way of.' ,,f ),u nice llughea, of friend farti, put on thi Held four tons of before Uncater, Mi St I.iui t vilt relative F.lixabethtown Emily H. llourne. Old John's usually calm tone wa lime to the acre They left Saturday, "Who" nnswereil New. going home. f et Uncanter. A nice lunch tlinndy Impatient. Till m.. ii..... CHiTin. n nn..rtalilii wa ferveu. umer amauer lunc min vtltely, "may comprehend the "n n. lured lady, recently din! at the tlon were given for them during1 It wn In the wide hallway tlmt week. ADRIAN DR. H. home of her brother. She wa about their stay with Mls Sutton last John one et cuing later, leurneil the truth, or a part of the truth, lly dftperate force, he detained TO LECTURE HERE Charlie Winters u nhu was tl)lng p.it lilin up the Mulr. Iter small hands were claimed masterfully, and the fol11 s trin-rtnl- Impression U, Hint tlw"a frlnll-- . j Tlili I what rharlntte Winters. I coming' down tin1 stnlr overheard one afternoon concerning herself. If Ml Charlotte tin il come at tlx' tame hour iUHin tlic following dny, In- - would ' himi heard Hint im i in' pleasing immljr thin withdrawing mndi of his former Hut I'linrlDtti illil nut lnnr, tiiiriiii'tii tin- - iniienduicni, wblrli In often the unfortunate wny with cMp. Lnn lli following afternoon. Jiilm Aluswortli suld to Till. "Your llllli Mils Winters friendly Till. a I, cter-- , 'In not in ilny ilippnntly roiirludeiL ShcN Just nl:;:liilrlv natural. I roatlro tlint. n In her nnimny. though she ts I I nut fur from njlng any attention to my worthy flf; whkli." utMiil John rue fully, grow ilfijiillricto-einfil- y Several from here attended Ilerea commencement. Dy'MOLLIE MATHER Kaymond Sparks pent the week g g end with friend In Ilerca. COOOOOOOOOOCW OOOOOOOOOOOOO Mr. nnd Mr. CurtU Kuell are I si .rn ivvMith . "I ilnn'i tie nnjtlilng tntcrcMlnj: vUitinjf, Mr. and --Mre. I'nul Italian!. j Several of the young people here about her, or charming either. If that's tjnur maiden Ted, in; arc attending the revival at i WHITE LICK HIDEANDSE Hail Insurance reductions of Willi the recent hail '. ."iif henri-cnislilu- flrt Mr. anil Mrs. riHcd frlaniN at Stiver Creek SuRiiny. Mr. an( Mr Velcy Calo and bnby tpent the ilny wlt4i Mr. Ami Mr. Jai. Ogg. MIm Lillian HuteMn left'far Monday te attend the Junior Club week. Mr. ami Mr. Hillary Hounihell Tni Todd ami ehll-dre- n Lex-Ingti- m atorm in' urance rates on growing lobneco, in the face of the enormous losses to growers within the latt four or five yenrs, every grower can nfford to protect himself to the limit nnd, with safety, go into the business of producing n crop thnt requires so much money, time nnd labor, as does tobacco, that should be insured against loss by hail storms. Now that to many growert havo gone Into an orgsniiallon for more economical, buiinetidike way ol handling their "op: and the inmfsnco companiet have o lowered rate on nail insurance, there la no reason in the world lor any grower to neglect the protection of hit crop by ample iniurance. your Insurance agent rir.ht away and have him proDetter tect your crop, which is likely to ba destroyed any day by a hailstorm. Policies become effective noon, July lOlh. Rates Reduced on Tobacco it tpent the - week-enwith friendu at Copper Creek. Mr. and Mr.. Arikur Ki4 ami baby were gunttt Sumlay f hW parents. of near lleren. Wallace and daughter, Mr. Kmma. ppent the 4ny with Mr. Morris Calico Friday. d Ji. BUCKEYE Kellcy, of Lancaster, spent Inst week with .Misses Myrtle nnd Christine inl ln r auto-mobi- d n g,u. tii , Davis. Mr. Thompt Davit was in Nicholas-- J Mr. nnd Mrs. Morris Long, of LanI villc Monday. caster. Mr. and Mr. Kvorett Long, of Mltscs Snllic I.ou Teflter nnd Fran- Marksbury, were here Sunday for ci Hay spent Tuesday and Wednes-church. liiy in Richmond. Rev. and Mr. I). F. Sebattlnn, of Mr. and Mrs. Japer Noel, of Madi Ilurgln, visited Mr. nnd Mrs. Walter son county, visited Mr. and .Mrs. Grow and Mlt Mayme Sebastian and Thomp Davis Sunday. father. Me.ssr. Charlie CIrow, OiUc Ilogie Mr. and Mrs. L- - I.. Sanders nnd Mr. I.indsy Ray and Ml Nettie Kay son, Burnett, of Crab Orchard, were spent Tuetday in Richmond. guests latt week of Mr. and Mrs. Doty, of Richmond, Hiram Ray. Mr. Oldham visited his sister, Mrs. T. S. Picrntt Mits Francis Long, of Ntcholn- , from Satunlay until Monday. rlllc, Miss Ida Mac Sanders, of LanMr. and Mrs. Charlie Grow nndj caster, were guests Sunday of Mrs. family spent Sunday with Mr. und. W. P. Long. , Mrs. Newt Grow on Poor Ridge. Mr. and Mr. Mai Carter nnd famMrs. ily, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Noel, Mr. and Mr. T. O. Hill and sister, Lizzie Walker are visiting relative Mrs. Ollie Uogie attended the ci near Richmond for several days. ment ut Ilerea. Messrs. Oscar and Earl 'Carter, of! Mr. nnd Mrs. Johnson nnd family, Dcrca, arc with their parents, Mr. of Lexington, Mr. O. Price, of Stanand Mrs. Mai Carter for a few days. ford, were here Sunday visiting Rev. Misses Pattie Long nnd Lillian) and Mrs. J F. Price. com-..ii-ii- I i Kay-nxm- il, POPULAR EXCURSION eve-nin- e. en-Jo- te I heart-cniiiiil,- CINCINNATI SUNDAY. June 25th. 1922 Wed-neida- jr SouiiraltAi ROUND TRIP FARE j., r ""' Special Train Lsavet Danville 6:00 A. M. Returning Special Train Leaves Cincinnati 6:10 P. M. 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"You shall not run from nie nlways," cried John, trem- bllngly iamet. "What have I done? Wliy do J'Hi dislike me? I line you, love you"; he added aitoutshlng, htmtelf. Charlie, tnnti'hlng iiwny her hnndi. pnueil to liMik hack nt him tnuntlngly. "Why, there U nothing Interesting alMiut me," the Innocently rvMated, "Nor clmrmlng either. I nm merely friendly, even when I do," Mis Ctiiirlle gnvu a clmrmlng demonstration, "make eyes ut ou." Tlien. the wus gone: When John culled on the following dny, hit learned that Ml") Winters had left unexpectedly to vltlt a friend of her mother's In New York city. She hud left no address, promising to write. And John Alnsworth- -the heretofore stiild nnd deliberate hurried nfter. A needle In n haystack? Ye. Itut John hud to keep hunting. Wult Ing Inaethlty would In to him now roailne-- . After he hud registered tit n New York hotel, John iiiude Ills' wlldl) hopeful, probably luiHithle. plan. In dlnguM with lilmoelf nnd his hope-- j tvs nsisonlngs. John gne up the He would go to thu eluti ehiise. for Itinelusm ; hi umial haunt when business culled htm to New York, lie had vaguely ordered luncheon when li glrlUh form slipped his own. "Char Into the cliiilr opMis He!" crliil John.' Joyously o(T guard, Tin nulling young woman did not reTlien John sent that fiitiilllarlty. poured forth the story of Ids unsuccessful ntiest. "I mil wlter than you," said C'hnrlle when the ttory wns told. "1 ctime dl rectly to the place where Ted said I would tlnd you." "Find ineT" iiuestiiniiil John. ir rather let you ilnd me," corrected Miss Chiirlle. Again the smiled "You tee, I had grown tired of hide und seek, myself." John's Imiul captured her'a beneath the liildc loth. "i;hurl!e diur,M hi whUHred. "and I huui found ym then, to lii'ld" "If I'm not tin unlntcrcktiiig,M heguo Cburllc, then relented, In u smile, - Mr. Minnie Wilton and baby are spending several days with relatives visited Mrs. Mrs. Zack Wilson near Cartersville. John Yarber Sunday. Mr. and .Mrs. Marion Wells und Will Tell Audience of "The WonMrs. Lizzie Uroughton visited .Mrs. children were guosts of Mr. and Mrs. ders of Burbank." Marion Wells Thursday. W. M. Creech Sunday. .Mr. Uzzlo Uroughton visited Mrs. Addrcu Will Set Forth Powerfully W. M. Creech Wednesday night. Sarcastic Summing Up. Achievements of the Great Plant Mr. and Mrs. Henry Anderson visj-te- d A client uf Sydney Harriott's wantWizard. Mr. and Mrs. Homer Hylnnd ed William It. Kvnrts retained at associate, lUrtlett usMsnted. hut somo-whof Sunday. nchlevcments The marvelous ungrnciuutly. The eiletit, after Liithea.Ituriuiik, the plant wizard, will Robinson the argument of the Mr. and Mrs Thruston ate, atked In iMiwerfully set forth nt the coming visited Mr. an I Mrs. John inrber Iturtlctt how Hviirtx "Mi. very by Dr. Henry A. ItedputU Chuutnuqua pleasantly," said lhirile:t. "There recently. of Adrian, friend und was a cln of ruth" .iMiion running Mr. and Mrs. Homer Hylmd visited through all that itili, ittentmted Doctor Adrian will curry with him Mr. und Mrs. Ilert Mnrshbanks last at tiniiw. It la true, ' ver wholly specimens of tli" new plants nnd Un- Sunday week. ton." priced varieties thnt Mr. llurhuuk bat HAMILTON VALLEY ... Hur-hun- . mmm en prixtucetl. m i il W edding Invitations V.ntf InvttatlonT WTir.t It more sentimentnl than tp t -- I Certainly It Is not a iri rs . .'heup finery leililleit around to Ihe 4hui..t ii.iu.-slly within .1 t' ir It K"iierally dluppoiuuiii.reach sxnd wo havs curtvci t- - p:.. fcr ovury oca tlun and every purse. . rdct DR. HENRY A. ADRIAN will also tell Of the astonishing wonders that Mr. llurhank It working today. Doctor Adrian uses the development of plutit life ti n pleu for the deVvli'l-uieof child life as well for cleaner and better hollies' und for ttetter heroes to place licfore our school ihlhlrcn. According t" IKKtor Adrian, the scbleeinenta ofThonias A. h'dlson and Luther tturhank dirv them uiuoiig our grvatrtt heroes toilay. lie Ml tnSrsiveRj, .and Jtatlonem LOUIHVILLK Complete line of Samples at The ilsiBsa Central Record Office. jltOStlljjjt The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky.. Thursday June 22, 1922 CHANGES MADE IN VOTING PRECINCTS ClasiifM Column RATES i jj That A other Precinct Might be Added. Com j p rte List to be Published Next Issue v . -- Precinct No. 1, Boone' Creek center of the Public Square In Lancaster: thence with Regirning nt the column charged, the middle of Lexington Street to the City Limits; thence with the center of the Lexington piketotheThomp Arnold Lane; thence down center of said lor the Suvrn lane to th middle fork of Sugar Creekj thence down center of said middle price of five. fork to the North or Robinscn fork of Sugar Creek; thence up center of same Phone order mutt be paid to Herring hill; thence up Herring hill to Kemper Lane; thence up Kemper promptly Lane to the Lexington pike to the Bryantsvllle Magisterial District boundary line; thence with said boundary line to the Boyle County line; thence with Royle County line to the new Danville pike; theee with said pike to the mnll City ltmlts; thence with the center of Danville Street to York Street; thence for FOR RENT J Iloom W. M. Casey with center of York Street to Maple avenue; thence with center of Maple family. avenue to the alley at back of A. T. Anderson's; thence n straight line to (Itpd) center of Public Square, the beginning. 5W miles at 94.48 miles an hour u relentless ftrinil WANTED: An International Gaso over a rouBh-flnlhePrecinct No. 3. sun-bake- d concrete and brick tie Power Hay Baler. Write, phone pavement at record 'breaking -- peed that is the (truelllnjj Beginning at center of Public Square in Lancaster: thence with center of (tf) office. tr call at this test Ohlficld Cord Tires underwent successfully at IndianDanville Street to Paulding Street; thence with center of Paulding Street to apolis Speedway May 38th. They were on the winner's SALE: Excellent Dodge Woter Work road: thence w.th center of Water Work road to the Water FOR car for the third successive year and on clftht of the ten Runabout, wire wheels, new casing Works; thence with center of Water Works branch to the Lincoln County finishing in the money, upholding the confidence successalso a bny's -- addle good a new, never line: thence with Lincoln County line to the L. I-- N. IX. R.; thence with R. ful race drivers have In the trustworthiness and ability of Gaines R. to short street; thence with short street to Campbell Street; thence center ucd. Apply these tires to meet the greatest demands of speed, endurCampbell Street to Totten Avenue; thence with center of Totten Avenue We furnish sack free for your of ance and safety. Their records In every other Important with center of said pike to the Lancaster City wheat and rye. Highest market price to Crab Orchard pike; thence race have been equally as good. ' Hudson & Fnrnau. limits; thence with center of Crab Orchan Street to Campbell street; thence nald". Consider this achievement along with another test of OUfielJ alley nt Kelly's blacksmith shop; thetKe with center of Campbell Street to the (It) quality made at Wichita, Kansas, this past winter and early a straight line to the center of Public Square, the beginning. pnnK. FOR SALE: Singer Sewing Ma. Precinct No. 4, Fatl Lick chine in perfect condition. 34,525 miles on rutted. Icy Kansas roads, running day Public Square In Lancaster; thence a straight Beginning at center of Mrs. Harry Francis, and night on n Studebaker stock car without a single tire lino to the crossing of the alley with Campbell Street at Kelly's shop; then Paint Lick, Ky. change. Tills test was made by a group or Wichita autowith center of Campbell Street to Crab Orchard Street; thence with center motive dealers in a tire, oil and gasoline economy run. FOR SALE Late Cabbage Plants, of Crab Orchard Street to Totten Avenue; thence with center of Totten Mayor Kemp of Wichita was official observer and made Campbell Street; thence center of Campbell Street to short street; Aveune to ready for setting, affidavit to the mileage and service given by Oldticld tires. (lt-pd- ) thence center of short street to L. & N. R. K.; thence with R. R. to Lincoln Mrs S. C Henderson, You may never subject your tires to the gruelling experience Lick, Ky. County line; thence with the Lincoln County line to the Paint Lick MagisPaint terial District corner; thence with said Paint Lick Magisterial District Nn pi Indianapolis nor the steady grind of bad winter roads, but it Stock Dealers In the market to sell to the Lancaster and Richmond pike; thence with center pf Richmond pike ii coou 10 xnqw you can get such salcty and mileage cconomv by buying Oldhcld tires. Ask your nearest dealer. or buy cattle, hogs or sheep. Phone to the City limits; thence with center of Richmond Street to the Center of C.I. Carrier & llrown. Public Square, the beginning. btrctiej Arrsti Eirrjlte (6.16.7t.pL) Precinct No. S, Poor House OUSU11r The burin pub 11,1 rlhultd m limited number of tier wifh center' We have Beginning at center of Public Square in Lancaster; thence lic u in turwt thr-u- h I barometer at the pole, that will not tlip or break, 12 of Richmond Street to the City limits; thence with center of Richmond pike' tfnct and slue nf any srtl-cTheir feet, 4 Incite long, 3x4. See u be to the Paint Lick Magisterial District line; thence with snid line to the BuckIn all prl of OUAl if ha I nlleJ value h a been fore thejr are told. Alio boxing. eye Magisterial District line; thence with said line to (iibb's gate; thence, in .Stale.are MatebrennUeaWfa Hudton & Farnau. cluding the old Clbb's farm to Long Branch: thence up said branch to ibe IncreaM ot lanllr hotmln4 Uii la hutlnaae OIJRffU iutr of Poor House pike; thence up center of said pike to Charlie Humber's;, far I ha Rrsl Ue Grazing for Cattle: I have abun month nf IflJ thence with new County road, through County farm, to J. T. Raney'n; thence ala lw. atallttila I he dance of fine urns, both clover and In yuur pnnJInt period of down center of his road to Sugar Creek; thence down center of aid Creak to timothy and can grare several head Mil. Buckeye pike at Davidson's scnles; thence with the center of Buckeye pike to of cattle at reasonable prices. "Thm Moat Trutt worthy Tirmt Built ' Campbell Street; thence with C ampbell Street to alley at Jerry . (C.15-2t.- ) LInsey Clark. the corner of Duty's; thence a straight line to the Public Square. :he beginning. FOR SALE: Two extra good Precinct No. 6, Sugar Creek horses, one Is a family horse and one Beginning at the center of Public Square in Lancaster; thence a strn.gnt two year old, unbroke, well bred and line to the crossing of the olley with Campbell Street at Jerry Doty's; thence extra good. ' Phone 357-with center of Campbell Street to Buckeye Street; thence with center of AiUt. Doty, Paint Lick, Ky. Buckeye Street to City limits; thence with center of Buckeye pike to the iron (lt-pd- .) R. F. D No bridge; thence with the center of Sugnr Creek to the Three Forks; thence up center of miiluVfork to Thomps Arnold's lane at the Lexington pike; thence' A T Bowling, including him; thenrr with center of pike to .Vat l'rewitt, inNotice. with center of Lexington pike to the City limits; thence with center of Lux- cluding him; thence a straight l.ne to Hugh Conn, Including him, thence inSquare, the beginning. . All persons having claims against Ington Street to center of Public j btatlOI. botlg cluding W. W. West; thence a straight line to John B. Creech, including him; Precinct No. 7, Guy the estate of the late Henrietta Pen thence to John Davis, Including him; thence with the center of White Lick uleton, will present same to me, prop (By J- D. Steenbergen) Beginning at A. D. Ford's farm on Sugar Creek; thence up Sugar Creek road to the Salem Wylle road; thence with center of same to the MadUon erly proven according to law. Those to Three Forks; thence up center of Judson pike to the Antioch fork; thence wnen County line at Wallace ton; thence with Madison County line to the mouth ' j jove ,0 thjnk o the indebted to deceased will please pay up center of said creek to the iron bridge on Buckeye pike; thence wish cen-- j W? y(m yoUnR( of Lowell Branch, to the Walker School House line, thence with same to the W. 0. Rlgney, name promptly. , . ter of Buckeye pike to Davidson's scales; thence up center of Sugar Creek, - , it beginning. Executor under the Will. to J. I. Kaney a gate; mence Wlin lianc) a rouu lu new .uum ruuu, mnitr But our heads are getting gray. Precinct No. 16, Mania with center of new road to Poor House pike; thence down center of same to And our limbs arc not so strong, Beginning at John DavU' on White Lick, excluding him, thence to Tel-li- e Long Branch; thence .down centerof Long Branch to Buckeye Magisterial So we're working, testing 20 Cents cream Green's, including him; thence with his line to Mrs. Fannie Green's line, l.ne; thence with said Buckeye Magisterial District line to A. D. to get along. Good Asphalt Roofing Paint, also District includig her, to Copper Creek Pike; thence with center of name to place of voting shall be In said place of beginning, and the (Chorus) Motor Oil in medium and heavy, at Ford' farm, the Woodsvlew School house; thence with the center of dirt road to John Tank' Guy, Ky. If you want to keep thoe old folks, rrslry'a; thenre with renter of Union road to the old Richmond road; thence ,10 to 35cts. per gallon. These oils District at Precinct No. 8, Marktburjr bring a can of crvam, and paint arc worth three times the with center of same to Jess Alfords; thence with c&nter of dirt road to Gooch Beginning at King's mill bridge on D.x River;, thence with center of For I hope to please you alt with my pike; thence with center of (looch pike to the Lancaster Magisterial District price. Como look them over. ong. I H. Davis, Paint Lick, Ky. Lexington and Danville pike to Camp Dick Robinson; at the intersection of line; thence with same to County road on Back Creek; thence with center the Lancaster and Lexington pike; thence down center of said pike to the Oh, just bring a can of cream and try of same to R. 7.. Price's, excluding him; thence a straight lino to John ML Hebron pike; thence with center of said pike to Ml. Hebron church For I'm sure she'l test It high, Comett's, excluding him; thenre to Raymond Cates', excluding him, house; thence with center of dirt road to R. - Barker's gute; thence through For we're working, totting cream thence to A. T. Bowling's, excluding him; thence with center of pike to Nat Bids to get along. ' R. L. Barker's farm excluding him to North fork of Sugar Creek; thence up Prewitt's, excluding him; thence a straight line to Hugh Conn's, excluding Iilds will be received up to and said creek with centt-r- , to the Herring hill; thence up said hill and with the him; thence to W, W, West', excluding him; thence n tralght line to John July 3rd., 1922, for building center of Kemper lane to the Lancaster and Lexington pike; thence crossing Oh, I lone to think of the days when II. Creech'n, excluding him; thence to John Davis it one room school building nt White we were young, said pike and down Camden's branch to Boone's Creekj thence down center Oak, between llryantavllle and Buena When our lives were blessed with Dix River; thence down said River to the beginning. Ky. Con- of Boone's Creek to Vista, Garrard county, plenty and so gay; Ula Platinum Yield. Lift's Hindlesps. Precinct No. 10, Buena VUta tract will be awarded to the lowest But misfortune enme our way, It's nurprHiis' limv many kiiimio 1'rartlrally from a slnslt itltrlrt Co.Beginning on the Kentucky River at the mouth of Dix River; thence up bidder on the above date at and best peWIm'; tv And its brought us here today, mtl'red oer l!a lombia produces an utrrugi. nf rtO.HO 10 A. M. Specifications and plans said river to Tan Yard Branch; thence with center of said branch with it A working, testing " Mmm Ututie. troy ounce of platinum annually cream to get strtsH for said building can be seen at any meanders, to the old stone house where it intersect, with the road lending along. Throwing Salt. time after this week in the County to Bryantiville, thence with center of said roud to llryantavllle; thence with What Eyes Indlcatt. The ni.iiim of throwing a pinch of Superintendent's office In Lancaster. center of Lancaster and Lexington pike to the Buena Vista p.ke; thence with Oh, I love to think of today. IlnuiKl i'M-- v t'lm l.l In i'Xpri-lim- . Inspilled vill iivcr tl left ahoulilr three dicate geniriulty anil Hinlnli Hf r I J .R. Abner, Superintendent. the center of Iluena Vistn pike to White Oak Creek; thence down ccnt'r of While all huve pastil nway; .an: tlllKn o lirenk l!ie hrihliNi" a pn. hlu eyes, ile.t- - nntl nIii t trans(0.U2-2U- ) snid creek to Kentucky River; thence down said river to the mouth of Dix Vet we love each other dearly just gun -- imhul or Hie Uim hen at parent, mi- - ftlptiK of great nMllljr iin, River, the beginning. wns mi of the the same, In the evil Ifiisltlvettt fc. They nUo Indicate Loans (MM. Precinct No. 11, Bourne ii sout had luck. For our love it came to stay, jealous iIIhiiiii. Beginning on the Kentucky River at mouth of White Oak Creek; thence And we're happy ne can be, Made by Louisville Joint Stock Rank, organized and operating up center of said creek to the Buena Vista pike; thence with center of said A working, testing cream to get along. under the provisions of the Federal pike to tie Lexington pike; thence with center of Lexington pike to Mt. Farm Loan Act. In amount. from Hebron p i.; thence center of juid pike to Mt. Hebron church house; thence (lt.-pd.- ) On Im- with center of dirt road to R. L. Barker' gate; thence through R. L. Barker's $2,500.00 to $35,000.00. Live proved farm lands. Interest rate, farm Includingjiim, to North fork of Sugar Creek; thence down center of 0 per cent. Terms 33 years. Pay- same to Three Forks; thence with center of Sugar Creek to the, Jesse DavidCincinnati, June 21 Hogs Re son hill; thence a straight line across to the mouth of Davis Creek, to the ceipts, 3,'JOO: strong; heavies f 11.00 ments on amortization plan. No Kentucky River; thence down same to the mouth of White Oak Creek, the & $11.15; packers and butchers, to pay. or beginning. For full Information uddrcs $11.15; medium, 411.15; stage, $5.00 ra(t on Tomllnson & Hays, Atty's. Precinct No. 13, Tealeriville $5.75; heavy fist sows, $7.00 tP Beginning at the mouth of dirt road railed Sad Lane; on Poor Ridge f'J.OO; light shippers, 11.15; pigs 1 10 Sealed bids will be received by the Fiscal Court of darrard When a fellow fights for the right IK. 00 Cb SI 1.00. pike; thence with boundary of Buckeye precinct to Paint Lick Creek; thence n.inn.l. nml tr lie often gets licked by the worst. .County at the Court liouae, Lancaster, Ky until 12 o'clock, Cattle Receipts, 150; slow and with center of said creek to dirt road on said creek at Thomps Sebastian' farm; thence old boundary between Walker School House and Buckeye to steady; steers, good to choice, $7.60 EXCURSION dirt road near residence of Gntf Hardin; thence up center of Buck Creek to & 48.50; fnlr tu good 40.50 Qfi $7.50,. Bethel Chuich house; thence nter uf dirt read to Long Branch; thence up common to fair $1.50 Q $0.50; via center of long Branch to tlu-- Lancaster Magisterial Distrct line; thence heifers, good to choice $H.U0 g K.75; common fuir to good 4C.0U & ; heg.Mi.ng. with same .o mouth of Sad .. to fair 44.00 ft $0.00; rows, good Precinct No. 14, Walker 3t!iocI Haute improvement of the Lancaster-Lexingto- n road beginning and return fair tu for the to choice .$5.00 Ci ROD: Begitin ng at a dirt road nt ... the residence ef Thorn; Sebastian on good 43.50 Gj) 45.00; cutters 42.75 ' $2.85 Paint Lick ( reek; thence up Mitt creek to the farm of William Anderson and 3.25. Calve strong, 60e higher;' at the Porter Rich fnnn and exteiulinj,' four miles north on the $2.85 Magisterial Dis- good to choice 4'J.OO Intersection of line Further reduction for children. to the thenre with same to between Buckeye and Paint Lick line &' V.io ; fair to J saI" rom'- Back Creek; and Intersection of trict; of Buckeye good, $7.00 5 $9.00; common and The improvement will cotiHist.of scarifying;, ditching and 1922. and Lancaster Magisterial District; thence with same to the farm of Ben large $4.00 8 $0.00. Turner on Long Branch; thence down renter of said branch to dirt road leadto a width of 10 feet with crushed limestone. Sheep Receipts 5,200; steady; Special train will leave Lan- ing to Bethel Church house; thence with center of snid d.rt road to Bethel good to choice $3.00 (g 41.00; fair A. M., returning church house; thence down caster 5:39 Pluns and specifications for said work may he secured from Back Creek to the dirt road near the center to good 42.00 & $3.00; common will leave Fourth St. Station, residence of Grin Hardin; thence of of said dirt road to Paint Lick $1.00 tp 41.50; bucks 41.00 3 43.00. the County Iioard Engineer ut Lancaster, Ky. at 8:30 P. M. Cen Creek, the beginning. COc higher, others Lamb choice tral Standard Time, (7:30 P. Precinct No. IS. Paint Lick steady; gooJ to choice, $13.00 (J1' M. City Time.) Beginning at the forks of the roud at Lowell; thence with the center of $13.60; fair to good $8.60 413.00; For futher information con County road to R. Z. Price, Including him; thsnce a straight line to John seconds 40.00 & 4H.00; common 43 suit Local Ticket Agent ' GARRARD COUNTY ROAD ENGINEER. Cornell, Including him; thence to Raymond Cates, Including him; thence to (S 45.00. ins-rtln- ns Single llertluiis le n noiil No ad taken for Us thin 20c In this column. No ads in thlt e Race Victory at INDIANAPOLIS e Road Victory Help ffou Choose Tires d, at WICHITA. rJ-- ; I 065 al ni of The Oldf ield Tire Company, Akron, Ohio The Cream - ,,,, ... j Per Gallon -- Wanted I- Farm a Stock Markets Notice To Contractors com-vtisii- Bids Wanted Friday, July 7th, 1922 CINCINNATI, OHIO $8-00- L.&N. Sunday, July 2nd, CcRati with-cente- r IRVINE STAPP "