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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): June 29, 1922 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1922 cen1922062901_sn86069201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): June 29, 1922 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1922 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. THE CENTRAL RECORD. THIRTT THIHO YIA LANCASTER. KY., THURSDAY AFTERNOON. JUNE 29, 1922. " NUMIIR IZ. CHAUTAUQUA COMMITTEE ED HUBBARD NEW OFFICERS JUDGE E. W. HARRIS JUNIORWEEK PRESIDENT ELKIN NAMED for Congress In the person of Ed Hubbard, who filed hi entrance pemeeting of the member of At tition several day ago. Mr. Hub- ,he i held In Chamber of Commercj I bard one of the leading republican '.he Circuit Court room last Friday of the county and we dare say w 11 I right, were the following officer have the united support of hi party chosen to serve for the ensuing year, in this county. He wa an announc- beginning July 1st.: ed candidate for sheriff last summer, President, K. L. Klkln; Vice Tresl-den- t, but at the last hour withdrew his G It. Swinebroad; the three name from the list, giving a clear director named being, W. A. Farnau, to the present Incumbent. track John M Farra and A. D. Joseph. He now feelt that he i entitled to The gentlemen selected have given the Republican nomination for valiant service to the Chamber of ami expects the united support Commeice during the past year nnd of the Garrard county republicans. ill have a deep feeling for the commercial Interest and possibilities of GOOD JOB Lancaster and Garrard county. Much important work hat been accomplishBest Oiling City Una Ever Hud ed by the body in the past year and many project now under way, may The City Council, chief llratton te materialized before another year. and hi rorp of helper are to bo conwill The above named officer gratulated upon the splendid Job of meet In a few night and important oiling they have given the street of matters will be taken up, among them Lancaster. It I by far the best work the appointment of various comof this character ever attempted In mitter who will erve during the Lancaster. The oil contain 75 per coming year. The next regular asphaltum and after being meeting will be held rent at the Chamber spread evenly upon all the street, a tf Commrrce rooms on the evening heavy coating of Ohio river screen-ing- s cf July 7th, when an i this i distributed will be made to have earnest effort applied, The following comtitute the guar-nnto- n a representafrom a wagon of the It. II. Tyler tive membership attend. for thia year. V. R. Hutin, M. Company manufactured for thi V. A. Farnau, screenings S. Hatfield, 11- S. Hudson, A. I). especial purpose. The Moore, Joseph. J K. Stormr. J. W. Elmore, I prevent the oil from running, which i soon pleasant Mr. Frnci Smith, W O. Goodloe,Swine-broa- quickly dries, ami for West well as the Named First Alternate for the motorist a Kmma Hlgglnbotham. (i. H. Point It. I). Illanton. pedestrian. The street committee of J R. Hasclde n. E, II .llourlond, J. C. William. Mae the council have done ome fine work Washington dispatches recently Hughe Noland, Clay Sutton, J. W. on our street, especially Richmond Sweeney. F. S. Hughe., J. K. Dick- - and Stanford, and we are Informed statvd that Henry Moore, Jr., of thi rum, W. II. llurton, J. 11. K:nnalrd, that other treet of the city will be city, and only ton of Mr. and Mrs. Gill, C. M. done likewise Jut a oun a the finan- Henry Moore, had been designated by . llastin, The Mie C cial conditions permit. Senator Hichard T. Krntt. as first Thompon, Kinnaird llros., J. K. i Virgil 0. Kinnnird, Trcscott alternate, and creed Uurllngame, of Luncheon Louisville, as second alternate to subUrown. Robert Croutcher, Mr. Joe Walker. Jr., W. F. Champ, E. C. The luncheon given under IV mit to edurutlonal certificate In lieu Jaines. Virginia Ilourne, Mr. W, T. auspices of the local chapter of the of mental examinations, for admisMr. K. H. Ited Cro, In honor of Dr. A. T. sion to the United States Military vVest, Mr. H. T. Hatson, W. t). Walker. - J. Van-ooof Louisville, secretary of Academy at West Point July 1st. Mr Ja. W. Smith. Harold the Kentucky State Hoard of Henlth, Young Mr. Moore graduuted from Tmiley, Kllra Smith, Lixxle lletti. last Thursday, was one of the most the Uncaster High School in 11)1!1 Mr. C A. Robinson, O. A. Thoma. delightful affairs of the season. and during the past year has been : I Gadbcrry, Mrs. N. E. Kellcy, Truniptly at twelve o'clock about pursuing his studies at Cincinnati. Mr. II V. Haitin, Paul 11. Doyd. thirty guest arrived by previous in- He is one of Lancaster's splendid Fannie Wert, J. E. KImore. W. S. vitation, at the room adjoining the young men nnd the honor which Fmbry, J. J. Walker. J. D. Oullcy. Francis-Smit-h Milliner' "tore, where Senator Krnst'hai bestowed upon him Wm. F. Miller, Mr. Clara Tratbrr. a most invitng lunch had been pre- is an honor well .earned and well John Scott, H. I'. McGrath, I). C. pared by the ladie of the town nnd deserved. That he will maku good Sander, J. A. Amon. F. U. .Murks-bur- community. Mrs. Itoss Ilastin had in his examinations or educational Wm. Lear, T J. Trice. Sr.. charge of thi part of the entertain-men- t certificates, his friends have no fear .co. 11. Roblnon. Trice T. Smith, and she together with her ef- and he i being warmly congratulated Mr. Elizabeth Joeph, John F. ficient corp of helper are to be con- upon thl deserved recognition. Evraets, Sarah Hamilton, Central gratulated upon thi mod , elegant 'tecord, Sam Cotton, W. C. T. U.. repast and the delightful way in Big Doings Fva Wcstover,1 W. A. Trice, J. U, which it usi served, all of which wi Conn. S. It. Sander. Woman' Club, donated by friend of the lied Cross. Lick It. K. Mcltoberts, John M. Farra. Mr. G. It. Swinebroad wa the When one thinks of July 4th., he L. G. Davidson, Mr. L. G. Davidson, tonttmastrr and did his port well, naturally think of Taint Lick, for S. G. Jlaselden, C 11. Layton, Cha. speaker among whom the she ttlwuys hu something on thl day Sander and A. I). Joseph. were: Dr. McCormlck, Mis William-ton- , to entertain you and next Tuesday, V. A. Farnau, Rev. T. T. Smith, July 1th. will be no exception to the Agency S. C. Denny, J. V. KImore, L. G. rule. They are planning for a big George Swinebroad I carrying n Davidson, G. A. Abbott nnd Kev. F. picnic and general good time. Two M. Tinder, of North Middletown. nice advertising In thl Issue of the baseball game are scheduled for the Keconi, announcing his agency for The meeting wa an enthusiastic one day. A Sunday School picnic on the famoua Trent tire, which he ha all the speaker. being loud in their the grounds adjoining, tennis mutches recently acquired from Dunn Brot- praise of the splendid work that had will be indulged in, In fact the fel accomplished in Garrard coun- low her, of Danville, who are the local been that fail to drop in on Taint distributor for the State of Ken ty by the local chapter of the lted Lick next Tuesday will mi some tucky. The tire are exceedingly Cross and the excellent work of Mis thing sure. Everything free except community low In price, but high in quality. Kva Westovcr, our local the bull game, when u charge of 25 George a trial order, he will ap- nurse Give cent will be made. Dave Ilervey preciate it and you will be pleated hat already asked the writer of this Light with the purchase. article to eat fried chicken and old A meeting of the City Council, all ham with him on that day and the in Shop member being present, presided over vitation has been accepted; so Dave, New by Mayor W. F. Champ, was held at in the language of one of our famous Two of the best mechanic In the City Council room last Tuesday auctioneers, "I warn you, nnd 1 warn .Mcttrs. 11. L. llalley and evening, ut which time the electric you in time," Frank Ray, huve leased tho old Ar- light franchtie was read, which will nold property near the Kengarlatt be passed at the regular council meethotel, nnd are prepared to cure any ing next Monday night. ill that an automobile may fall heir Mr. It. II. Hatson spent a few The rate fixed In the franchise is to. Hoth gentlemen have hail many the same at is now being puld by con- day in Louisville last week the guest work and experience in their line of sumer and will be told for n term of his son, Judge Homer W. liaison. ask for a share of the patronage of of ten year, with the proviso thnt He returned In handsome new their friend. the City Council may lower the rote Hulck sport model touring car, a at the end of tWo yean if idvisable. birthday present from Judge Button. Bootlegging 1; also provides that the city may It is one of the Inst thing In an aufined f 1100 purchase the property at the end of tomobile, and its new owner is Will lllack, colored, win naturally elated over It. ana given CO day In Jail by Judge five year?. Treadway lnt Friday, lllack old a Lectures Hail quart of ntoonthlne for $0.00. Hrd and Charlie Smith were the prosecuItuv, A, J. Clerc, well remembered The first heavy hail storm of the ting witnesses, lllack lives near here where he held the pastorate of season visited the northeast section Taint I.eavell. the local Ilaptist church, will deliver of tho county hut Monday and did a lecture at the school auditorium considerable damage to corn and toMonday evening, July 3rd, the title bacco in the neighborhood of Nina being: "The lllg Hoy and How to J. 1. lline, of Juliet, Tenn., will Manage Him." It I given under the and McCreary. preach for the Church of Christ con- auspice of the Ilaptist church nnd a Sells gregation in till city on Saturday small admission of 15 and 26 cents night, Lord' day and Lord' day will be Charged. Commissioner W. II. llrown told night, July lit. and '.'ml. the Charlie Ilallew farm, containing Everybody cordially invited to atabout fifty acres, located near Nina, Home tend these Gospel meeting. to Amos Trultt, for $151.75 an acre. Thlllipa Hruthtra of Stanford have The farm wa told publicly before Ballard Obelisk Flour i pure, Just completed tho stuccoing of the the court house door lost Monday, healthful and delicious. Il it mad home of 11. Clay Sutton, on Maple In spotlessly cUan mill from ike avenue. It Is now on of the model Cow pons, toy bVsns and Tonntt- finest of wheal. Try a ack today, home in LancatorNand one to which MUUt for talo. Hudson A Farnau. it citizen can point with pride. Hudson A Farnau. meeting of the Chautauqua At ommlttee hold last week, the follow. Inx were named to serve during the Chnlrmn, 11. S. coming meeting: Secretary, A. 0. Joseph; Hudson! Treasurer, Mllie Miller. On motion the chlr appointed the following committee: Ticket Committee. John Swine-broa- d M. Farm W. A. Farnau, G. II. F. S. Hughe. Advettl-n- it ami committee: It. I Klkln, K. C. Gaines, Charley Thompson ami J. C. Wllllami. The nbove committee will work Woman' n conjunction with the Club under who? auspices the U being conducted thl year. One of the largest lUti of guaran-to- r ever attached to a contract l for this year anil It la to be hoped that every one of them will take It upon l.lmelf or herself and put In a Rood vord for the cominir entertainment, to be the best one which promUe crer held In Lancaster. Let every KUarantor be a booster, so that the Club may profit In a mall Woman way at leat, for the untiring energy they ate putting in the present chau-tauo.chau-auqua. Con-gres, - Wants Republican Nomination Elected to Head Chamber of Another of Lancaster's Honored Citizen Passes Into Commerce for Ensuing For Congress N'ftinct to Look After Tickets Year The Great Beyond Garrard county will have an enfor Coming Entertainment -; trant for the Republican nomination Enjoyed by Garrard Boys nnd Girls of Junior AgriculTo be Dedicated to Elwood ture Club Haynes July 1th Young Aldridf MAMMOTH MONUMENT A tinge of regret mingled with sor- Henry Jr. Delightful I- k, y. Judge K. W. Harris, had pased away at hi home on Maple avenue the evening before, at nine o'clock. In the death of Judge Harris, Lancaster loes another of her most honored citizens and one who had been Identified with Lancaster and Garrard county probably longer than any other citizen. Judge Harris was born In Garrard county in 1815 and wa in his 78th year. When quite young he took up the saddler and harness business and for many years, in fact until only a few yeans ago, he stuck to his trade and wa considered one af the best in the state in this line of work. For many years he served a her Tolice Judge, having been elected several time In this capacity, which was n compliment to him and to hi efforts to break up the whisky Joints which during his term so infected the city. Judge Harris was a devout member of the Tresbyterian church and served a a deacon for many years. Up until about one year ngo, Judge liar-r- i enjoyed the best of health, but an attack of liright't.DUeasy at this time soon brought to a close the end of a well spent life. Ileside a devoted wife, he leaves one daughter, Mr. W. I). Walker and four sons, Messrs. Will, Sam, Randolph and George Harris, all of whom were at his bedside when the end. came. Funerol service were conducted nt the grave in Lancaster cemetery last Saturday morning at ten o'clock, by hi pastor, Itev. H. S. Hudson, before a large crowd, assembled to pay its last respects to a beloved citizen. At all times, under all circumstances he walked in the well beaten path of righteousness and when fully conscious that he was nenrlng the last of earth, he appeared to be ful ly impressed with the idea that at the end of time eternity began, and that the bright faith which sustained him during those trying hour of suf fering would only grow brighter and brighter, a he journeyed toward the Infinite and the final gloom of death be dispelled by the radiance of God's morning that love. row by those who knew him and by those that were near nnd dear to him, pervaded the entire community when it was learned Iat Friday Thanks Record For Trip World's Scientists, Inventors and Fre Business Leaders to Pay Homage Tp Man Who Invented First The Garrard county boys and girls, who wanted to attend the Junior Week at Lexington last week return with high praise of their treatment Mechanically Successful at Lexington and enthusiastic over the trip which they all enjoyed to the fullest. The young people were County accompanied by Garrard's Joyce Demonstration Agent, Ml Syler, who looked after their welfare while there and used every effort to make their stay there pleasant a well as profitable. M. G. Aldridge, Jr., who was given the trip by the Central Record, showt his appreciation, by writing ut the following letter which we reproduce here: Lancaster, Ky., ,1922. June Dear Central Record: I thoroughly enjoyed my trip to Lexington, which you so kindly gave to me. I feel that it was very kind of you to think so much of the Junior Agricultural Clubs of Garrard county. I am Automobile Final plant for the gigantic July Fourth celebration in honor of the twenty-eight- h anniversary of the Initial trip of America' first mechanically successful automobile on the Tumpklnvine Tike near Kokomo, Indiana, the day when the automobile world will do honor to Klwood Haynes as the father of the American automobile industry are now rapid- ly being completed. The celebration is taking on a national aspect, and hundred of the nation's leading men will Journey to Kokomo on July Fourth to do homage to Mr. Haynes a one of the greatest inventor of the age. Recently Mr. Haynes wa driven out to the monument works to witness the progress of the workmen who are cutting the inscription on the huge memorial monument which is to be dedicated to him and to his notable invention. The monument itself, although simple In design at befits the character and life of the man to whom It will be dedicated, is a work of rare beauty. The base ii a solid block of New York granite, while the shaft, which will carry the inscription and the Stellite tablet, is a huge block of red St. Cloud gTanite. These particular species of stone were choen because of their enduring qualities. Mounted on the shaft, at a slight angle to make reading easier, will be a beautiful tablet of solid Stellite, the new metal Invented by Mr. Haynes. r that sure you w.ll never regret you helped in hating had Gar- rard County represented at Junior Week this year or any other year. Although Garrard had but four this year, we hope next year to have a demonstration team from our county to compete with other teams from all over the State. We had no demonstration team, but we were not altogether shut out. One of our members. Mr. Julian Elliott, wa named for president, although he wa defeated, it showt that we are on our feet willing nnd ready to put anything over the top for our club for our county. While we were there we learned much about stock; chemistry; engines; radio and many other things including very good talk by some of the most prominent men of Lexington. We nil enjoyed ourselves and learned many interesting things. I sincerely thank you in behalf of myself and our club for making it pos sible to have our county represented at Junior Week this year. Your sincerely, M. G. Aldridge, Jr, repre-lentatio- Specially constructed motor trucks will transport the huge monument in e sections to that point on the Tike, where the original HayTump-kinvin- nes started it Just twenty-eigh- t memorable Journey years ago. s GOOD DRAMAS Being Presented by Williams Stock Company Large crowd are being entertained nightly by the Williams Stock Company at its big tent on Richmond street and the compliments on the entertainments given arc very profute. The company is made up of 18 or more people, all gentlemen and ladies, the dramat, vodvil and music being as good as one could wish to hear in much larger cities. The week's engagement closet here Saturday night. "Lightnln," "45 s from Broadway," Kentucky Heroine" nnd "Tollyunnn" are some of the repertoire being presented, music with good and vaudeville that always brings applause. mln-ute- MONEY RAISED By af Vernon Richardson Shjrs Hat In Congressional Primary Paint July 4th. Presbyterians to be Distributed Among Schools of State Tire Last Monday night nt a late hour, and the last day for filing petition as an entrant in the Democratic Congressional primary, Col Vernon of Danville, shied his hat into the ring nnd will oppose the present incumbent. Judge Italph Gilbert, of Shelbyville. In any event the Kighth Congressional District I assured of a good congressman, at both gentlemen are well and popular known throughout the district. Col. Ilichardson't formal announcement will come out in a few days, to we are informed. Itich-ardso- n, Franchise Colt Show planning on Gastinenu J. having a colt show in Lancaster on the fourth Monday in September. splendid Mr Gastineau owns that saddle stallion, lllack Tat, and he wants to tee some of his colt on exhibition. He is going to give $15.00 in cash for the best colt of this horse, divided Into three money's. More details will be given later, but owners should begin now ami prepare their colt. Mr. C. 1 Repair Lan-cat- er Handsome Present The money which is to be raised in the Synod of Kentucky by the membership of the Northern and Southern Tresbyterian-church- e is for the improvement and nttistance of the Tresbyterian school in the ttate. Under the agreement reached by the united commission in charge of the Tresbytcrjun movement for Chrittian education Centre College will receive Tretbyterian $300,000; Kentucky Seminar' $300,000; Kentucky College for Women $200,000; Wither-spoo- n College $50,000; Tikevllle e $50,000; Lee's Collegiate Institute $30,000; Matthew T. Scott, Jr. Academy $30,000; Sayre School for Girl $5,000 and the Tresbyterian Orphanage at Anchorage $35,000. S. W. McGIII, director of the work, called attention to the scope of thl movement. "It will be teen," he taid, "thnt thi will cover ever branch of our church't educational activity. We have the seminary for training young men for the ministry, the colleges for both men and women, the arademey for preparatory work and our mountain schools. Col-leg- Don't Forget to Register July 10 and Uth. To The Democrats of Garrard County: No person will be entitled to vote at the regular November Klection, 1022, unless registered as provided by the Registration Law enacted by Legion Fair For Lincoln 1 More Stills Captured Here Storm r Special Service Many around through Gurrurd are Sheriff Robinson and deputies are contemplating exhibiting and attend- still capturing stills and making it ing the Legion Fair, which to be hard for the moonshiner in Garrard held in Lincoln county August 0, county. Last Friday one was cap10 and Uth. Garrard county al- tured near Harmon' Lick In this ways hat tent a good delegation to county, and John Todd charged with her fair und thi year will be no ex- operating same, was arrested and They promise to have a brought before Judge Treadway, who ception. dandy and those people usually do held him under a $1,000 bond to Ballew Farm Beautiful a uwait the action of the next Jury. The next day the same officials went to Dripping Spring and arrestChristian Kndeavor Kxchange Sat- ed Allen Smith, who was Jutt comurday, July 1st., in charge of Miss pleting one of the most unique ttllls Lula Anderson. Come and get tome that hat ever come under the notice jfooj eatt. of tho official. It t now on exGo to the Christian Church Sunday hibition at the court house and atevening at 7:45 and tee what else tracting much attention. doing. the Christian Kndeavor it Smith was held in $700 bond and It now the guest of Jailer Chandler. BaU Tl.t. us for 9)-St. Walbtr Brolktrs. Urn, Sand, Portland Content, Purina Chick and Hen Chow. Cow Rock, Common and Protsod Brick. Gtnulno Kanawha Silt. Chow the quality feed. .Hudson A Faniau. Hudson & Farnau. Hudson a Fnrnau. U what they promise and sometime little bit more. the last Legislature. Toll will be opened at all regular voting placet on July 10 and Uth, for the purpose of registration. I am urging all democrats to regis-te- r ut the first convenient opportunity at thi time. Under this luw voters are' required to register one time which entitlet the person registering to vote for life without the necessity of registering ngaln. It appears now that there will be an Interesting election in November for Congress and all democrats who are Interested in the party's success are requested to call attention of their democratic neighbors to the necessity of registering on the days of July 10 and 11th. Thi it a irood law, designed for the purpose of pre venting frauds in the general elections, to prevent repeating at the polls and to prevent the voting of lllcirul voters. See that your demo cratic neighbors register on July 10th and Uth. J. K. Robinson, Chairman of the Democratic County Executive Committee of Garrard County. Tha Central Record, Lancaster Ky. Thursday, June 29, I 922. KISSING George Swinebroad HAS BEEN MADE DISTRIBUTOR FOR DUNN BROS. LINE OF TIRES. CALL AND SEE GEORGE WHEN IN TOWN WILL SAVE YOU MONEY. HE Traced Smelllnf To Ancient RreatK Romans la Trace Virgin's Stolen Wins Started ll REVISED LIST PRICE ON TRENT TIRES AND TUBES SIZE 30x3 v FABRIC $ 6.95 q CORD $ .- TUBES $1.45 i rc A.fo - 2 . cc ii on giUii........iiiav 11.92 14.25 15.25 16.10 19.75 31x4 32x4 33x4 34x4 32x4 33x4 34x4 33x5 . 35x5 . 2.15 2.20 2.35 2.45 20.30 .25 -- 23.95 3.25 3.35 .24.90 .26.00 .30.80 .32.20 (Subject to change without notice.) 3.65 3.95 4.00 These tires are giving the very best of service. Over eight hundred in use to date. Let us SAVE YOU MONEY. Dunn Bros. Tire Co GEORGE SWINEBROAD, Lancaster, Ky. DISTRIBUTER On The Square When Is a Man, a Mason? To the question, "When Is a man a Pastt. Slasop?" John A pnMc effective fon inenilln: fine Newton replies: china run be made by d.iiiiH-ninrktt "When he can look out over the rivflour with cold water and simmering er, the hllli and the far horizon with It gently n tlie hack, of the stove until a profound sens.1 of his own littleness Since Ilia It become' quite thick. In the vat chcme of things, and yet pdMc Is w'hlte. It scarcely shows In faith, hope and cot: rate, which have mending. is the root of every virtue. When he knows that , down in his heart, Rulfi for Home Making. Three rules for making a home atever)' man is as noble, as vile, as tractive Mere recently given to n divine, as lonely as himself; and seeks young married couple by an Interior to know, to forgive and to love his decorati-c- . Tliey were? Provide the fellow man. When he knows how to necessary utilities, arrange an agreesympathize with men in their sorrows, able color scheme and. the tlnnl one. yea, in their sins; knowing that each make the place livable. man fights a hard fight against many odds. When he has learned how to Glddap. A traveled friend lias oberved hnw make friends and keep them; and differently the horsemen of different above all to keep friends with himlands urge on their steeds. The Itrltlsh self. When he loves flowers; can click their tongues; the Xunvcclniis hunt the birds without a gun; ami make n sound like it kiss; the Arabs feels the thrill of an old forgotten roll a long "r" and the .NViimlltnn joy when he hears the laughter of a The world is small, compared to coHtliinnii barks like n dog. child. When he ran be happy and the heads of some people. Bird Photography. Illrd photoErn,ihy . . . has the creut aihantiik'i- - that It doe nut destroy, hut helps to prererw. Thoe who lime watched u bird for days together from u hiding ti nt will never visit to kill the creature whoe Inmost lift bits been illplii)ed before tlielr eyes. .Iiillun llutley In Ml)lcov-ery- " highminded amid the meager drudgeries of life. When the starcrown-e- d trees and the glint of sunshine on flowing waters subdue like the thought of one much loved and long dead. When no voice of distress reaches his eors without response. When he knows how to pray, how to lend encouragement in any way that helps any man to lay hold on divine things, and sees majestic meanings in life whatever the name of that faith may be. When he can look into a wayside puddle and into the face of the most forlorn fellow mortal and see something beyond sin. When he knows how to pray, how to love, how to hope. When he has kept faith with himself, with his fellowman, with his (I od; in his hand a sword for evil ;in his heart a bit of a song; glad to live and not afraid to die. Such n man has found the only real secret of .Masonry and the one it is trying to give to the world." Ntver. With Ut. Those who find fault r.irrly find Hostnn Triinrrlpt It comes as a shock to Irarn that Mining Is modern art; It is only within recent years (speaking kcoIor. Irally) that It has been practice There were no kissing games in th days of the Queen of Shrba, it I raid; perhaps even Cleopatra knew When It ill nothing of the art. jcomw into existence an all to human habit, it seems that It came not as spontaneous artistic expression but as a psrt of n system of inooping and spying, something like a part o a dry enforcement act. In the early days of Rome win was o tie red as a sacrifice. It wan Im proper for the vestal virgins or any of the matrons to appropriate any o the libation. To ascertain where guilt lay when some of the wine was miising it became the cuttom for men to smell their kinswomen's breaths, One thing leads to another ,and be fore they knew it the Romans had in vented one of the most popular of human institutions. There has never been a date fixed for the origin of this couttom, but itls tint mentioned In the memories o fl'omponious, who preiented hit lip to be kissed by the this year with the result that early Rams deserving nobles, his hands to the buying should be advisable." less deserving and least noble. on Kven today, with all the modem COLD? Approximately HO per cent of the Lkhii.I-.I- m 1 rlt.nlln,. mnllin.l. nf sheep flocks In Kentucky are head- radio, steamship and overdiligent MINTOL OFTEN PREVENTS 'missionaries the practice of kissing d by grade or scrub rams, accord ing to L. J. Horlacher, in charge of PNEUMONIA is unknown in Africa among the Agri'darkest Africans. In fart, among sheep work at the Kentucky It Is surprising to read in the daily cultural Experiment Station. This .all remote barbaric races the plea papers urea of kissing are little understood, condition exists despite the fact that fathers of treatment that our foreand grandmothers perhaps because missionaries hav the experience of successful sheep coughs, colds, catarh, and used for bronchial raters and the results of experiments hesitated at introducing th ecustom- affections. It impresses the writer ary kiss as a prophylactic against dis. at the station have shown that pure with the fact that modern scientific bred rams return 38 to 40 per cent rase, inhaling each other' had not breath more profit than do grade or scrub when, as a matter advanced an lota, of fact, there have This is another reason why one dis- rnmi, he added. been wonderful advancements In the likes kissing Eskimos. 'In view of these facts, the own trentmrnt of all disease and curtail, Of course, after Its inception, one er of many flock in the Stac can tions that bring on disease. Jut understands why kissing should be I materially increaie their profits by cause grandmother used so popular. Erasmus notes I come for relirvtng taking steps now to obtain purebred ed mustard blister colds and congested conditions it i that on his visit to England It was 'used everywhere a sa form of greet rams for the coming breeding season. no sane reaon why we should a ram should be active, strong, to the obi antiquated methods ing. When n visitor entered a house Such when 'he kissed the father and mother, the vigorous and malsive with bold fea- there have been such wonderful imgreatest amount of ser- provement and new discoveries of sons and daughters, the dog, the cat ture. The be obtanide from rams that remedies which are far more and anything else that was kissnble. viceman and less painful to me. are from one to three yner old, aniThis was repeated when departing. SPECIAL NOTICE. -- A druggist mals of this age being able to head said the other day that a customer With kissing 10 promiscuous the value flock of 35 ewes under ordinary came Into hi store and Inquires! of each kiss was bound to decrease. Itam lamb should not a piasier and he suggests! ta In France .Montaigne remarks "any conditions. be used except under exceptional I customer that they try .MINTOL a Jack with three lackeys" was privi, conditions, in which rase one lamb . mrir- - mn.1... .ii rMwiirm tor cn- .iiifiiiiii leged to ki almost any woman. hould be used The customer acfor every eight or ten gested condition. And at every fashionable fete each ewes in the flock. Hams that make cepted the druggist's suggestion and dance figure ended with a kiss. It Is good tU$ flock headers are symmetrical reported that I.ouis XII was supposed .. came druggist and nil evenly developed, are covered itomer "How long said. have vim handle.) to have kissed every woman in Norwith deep, Arm flesh, have a dense .1HMIM.7" The druirirtst renlie.l mandy. fleece and stand squarely on straight, that he had been handling it for some In IKoO or so, kissing invaded Hu. strong little time and Ihe customer frankly and nhort legs. tia, where it soon reached the proporThe most popular breed of sheep Mated that he would never use u miH- tions of a national epidemic. Kisses for coWs, m'"m or in Kentucky are the were bestowed nt every conceivable Hampshire although Southdown a purebred ram viiuK" "r miy rungesieti eunilllloN again. There are opportunity. And the Czar was comany breed is much better than a era who would say thousand nf etav-the s.imr as this pelled to kiss a a form of olficial scrub. Markets do not criticise druggist's customer did, if they woukl recognition. may infer from white fared lamb to the extent that only try .MINTOL. If your druggist this that with the Slavic reputation they did in former years so that rams, cannot supply you we will mail yu for disliking emotional dliplay, the f J,n" on receipt of price. 3Gc. CO. the white face breeds, such as the nation took to growing long beards heV;ot a and the Dorset, ean be used ""i1 "' , ln as n deterrent! wtth prof, t nd.ca'.on. are that , For It is nut known postively whether good 8 purebred rams will be scarce t) the first' kiss came to America with the .Mayflower; the chances are it did Electric CALL FANS Bastin Bros. CATCHING ' ' I Purebred Scarce Farms of Kentucky .11-- , J k-e. n rart Ife-ti- ve fr M ,T 8!!'"'' " ,., nn n tl.nl overburdened, as we well know ' Nevertheless, it came over, and like I most things In American hands it wasl .lnl...l.i....l, ... tt ......... ..I ui Li.k' ..,. i ... lUK standard of efficiency. The lack of a shave makes many a gontleman a hobo. A still tongue does not make a wise head. Dead can't talk. f. . t. i .. ..... ..I. I.. always people Are You Feeding m )ssssr' - mm mm m V m When a man and his wife agree on every subject one of them does all Notice To Contractors of the talking. Spooning in public by married peo pie covers up many nn ugly scrap be hind the scenes. And why should Europe be beg King for American loans? Our rich tourists are juicy picking. Enough Whites? About one out of ten poultry raisers feeds a ration properly balanced for CRR production. The common mistake is feeding too much material and failing to feed for whites. Grains alone make lots of yolks but few whites. yolk-makin- Bids Wanted n ' Scaled bids will be received by the Fiscal Court of Garrard County at the Court House, Lancaster, Ky., until 12 o'clock, Friday. July 7th. 1922 for the improvement of the Lancaster-Lexingtoroad beginning Ancient Arcadia. at the Porter Rich farm and extending four miles north on the In ancient Greece, the prnlnce of Arcadia, wus ihu central and most said road. mountainous union nf the 1'clopoti The Improvement will consist of scarifying, ditching and oesus, or southernmost end of the Oreciun pnluulu. peopled by peasto a width of 1G feet with crushed limestone. ants of ii uuil distinctly lov able disposition. So ruinous did Plans and specifications for said work may be secured from province become for the simplicity this aud Innocence of lis Inhabitant. Out Its the County Board Engineer at Lancaster, Ky. name became a symbol Aim-rleim- number well Into ten sevllllhm unhides . unniially. The Fertile Aphis. The report of the .Smithsonian In tltulhm. Just Nnueil. given mi account of the Imp iiphK Ill which the iiinuzliig r.urope Is quite willing to miw fecundity of these minute Insects It wooil if the United States will furn shown. According to the author, tin ish the wood and the saw. mother upiiu ptnihiees lit generations In ti Jenr. .U itirli generation eon When in doubt set yourself right. tnln an ntenise nf lis) Individual. It The fellow who gives you advice may was revealed imt tier bur ring ilestni.'thin from iiiincks of ene-ru- not be any more sure ot his attitude and other natural tuiiM" would than you are. y le g llCWCKENf Purisa Chows Balance Purina Chicken Chowder and Purina Hen Chow, fed in equal parts by weight, balance the whites and yolks by supplying an equal number of each. They make hens lay to the limit of their capacity. Purina Chows once remarked that would spring to arms over night In the event of war. Hut that Is mild compared to the num ber who would respond If the arms were to consist of a well Allied boot .Mr. Hryan million men leg. save time and tioubte no guess work, no trouble and uncertainly of mlilng. Feed both Cbowt and keep ibe egg basket full. IRVINE STAPP GARRARD COUNTY ROAD ENGINEER. and rural simplicity. Inter to he adopt tu hy poets unions, them .Sir I'hlllp Sidney the fouudritlon for romances. In wlilrb ibis upe of lift placd ii litiillng jxirt. of happiness For Sale by ji HUDSON & McROBERTS DRUG STORE FARNAU, Lancaster, Ky. BECKER S BALLARD, Bryantsville, Ky Th Central Record, Lancaster, Ky.. Thursday June 29. BRYANTSV1LLE m NEWS Capitol 1 922 Fresh FISH Direct from the cold waters of the north. Quality Highes- t- j Latest Happenings From Garrard's West End (By Mitt Mayme Lee Italian!) rnther i shock. He wat the oldeit son of Mrs. lthoda Wylle and was vears of age, Feb I, 1022. With In Dan I It brother, Karl, he wn engaged in ' ille Fr.dar. hutinett, owning ami operating the Mr J. Htjgitn Mallard wat In T.cx "Wylle Brat." Garage. He wat n r.g::r. latt Wednesday. most enterprising and energetic Mr. and Mrs. C M. Dean wore in oung buiinet man nnd was very Monday en builnet. Lex popular and grcntly liked by every-n- r Mr. W. H. Boner has been tpend who knew him. During the ing several days In Cincinnati. World's War, he wat at Camp Knox for several month where he Uale Ties. See ut for 9t-did government work. When about Walker Drothert. Mrs. Jane Poor, of Stanford, hat IS yean of age, he united with the been vftlting her niece, Mitt Kllxn .Methodltt church. The funeral ser vices were conducted by hit pastor, Ison. Hev. A. P. Jones, of Wilmore, at his Mist Elisabeth King left Satur.lt residence Thursday afternoon, burial Normal school at Hich following to attend the in the Lancaster cemetery. mond. The lane number of friends pretent Mr. and Mr. S. A. Deatkeragc, o md the beautiful floral offerings bear Richmond, are guests of Mrt. J. W mute testimony of the love and Mr j C. tt. fttM was In Danville lOets lb -- Price Saturday. Mitt MatUe Coulter was - 1 , ik-lo- n re-re- nt Lowest H SEED POTATOES For Late Planting $2.50 Per Bushel. Buy your Tires here and save money. LATE CABBAGE PLANTS NOW READY. Its easy lake pictures. We have the PHOTO GOODS yoa need.. Sanders Variety Store The Red Front LANCASTER, KY. esteem of his host of friend'. The Mrs. It. I. Hurton, of Danville, was ntirc community mourns his lost here last Monday, the guest of Mrs i nd to the bereaved mother, brother W. K. Davis. nnd sister, extends their deepest Six young men, intimate Mitt Margaret Crouthern It at r. for her .'riendt of the family acted as home from Ilerea College sym-lathy. Hrynnt. Wm. Clark and Mr .and Mrt Matter Karl Clark were Sunday visiMr Dave Boiling and family spent tors of Mr and Mrt Milton Ward and Sunday with faint Lick friends. Mrs. C It. Henry. Matter Hersehel Yantis u visaing T. JUe, Jr., of t. Matter M. Girdier, of hit aunt, Mr. A. Sam-erseHlcli-mond Lan-caite- GUY. Mlti Mary Hrown left Manday far Hiehmoml, where she will attend Normal. Little MIm Louise Henry' was the viiitor Friday af Miet Kveiyn and Hazel HutT. See u. for B!t-- Bale Tiet. after a vlilt with Mr. I'urdy Hunt, of Nlchfdasville. Mr. W. T. Sutton was a vttitor in Stanford Tuetday. gue.t af Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Mr. Ilernard Moore, of Nina, vii-te- d hi uncle, Mr. J. I. Haley ami Mrt. Foley the pait week. Mr.. John Kldd hat returned, home Cnrtn. Mctdames Joe I'ratlter and Alfred I'oynter were Monday vtitrt of Mm. Hoy I'rather. Mr. Klma Haker and ion. Hubert, of Judton, spent lat week with Mr. ' and Mrt. Jamet Yantit. Mr. and Mr. Delia Kidd spent the week-enIn Ijincatter with her parent, Mr. and Mrs. John Peace. Mr. and Mrt, Jamet Manee and ton, Stanley, were Sunday vttitor of Mr. and Mrt. John 1). White. Mr. anil Mrt. Wm. Grigs and three children tpent Sunday with Mr. and Mn. Wm. Smith, of i'lratant Hill. lluurne anil Mitscs Mary Agnes Josephine I'rather were vis, tors Mon-da- y of little M its Willie I'rather. Mr. 7.. T. Itice, of Richmond was the guest the pait week of hit son, Mr. Harry I). Ulce and Mrt. Hicc Mutet Ituth and Laverne Thorn at, of Lexington, are vitltinir their titter, Mm. Harry I). Itice and Mr. It.ce Mittet Lillian and Stella Mae Pendleton, of Iluckeye, spent Saturday night and Sunday w th Mitt Mitte.t Anna Mae, Lilian and (iladyt Kidd were Sunday visitors of Mittet Lucy, Nolie and Ver'ie Turn d Hail Destroys by hail in this and ullier tobacco states willim iho last five yr.it hat tun up into mil- uoni oi uotiara Willi only a small part coveted by insurance. Yet, lh. amount of insurance received by iimwrii who had ths foienght ihut In protect thrmselvet against tuch Iom. wat enormoui and should make every grower not only (eel the necessity ol insuring hit tobacco crop against bail storms lost but to do (hat very thing and do it at once. 0r Samuel II. (alley, of tha Hnllov What Card of Thank There are hour that come into the livee of some, when every Impulse of the heart Is buried under its weight of sorrow. Wc stand there odny; yet we would fain give exr, and Robert Davidton. of pression to the gratitude that rises Many were visitors Friday of Mr. ip from the depths of our hearts at Mrt. Wm. Sutton. and we remember the kindness of those Stress Need of Better Contracts Mittet Motile and Ethel Barnes who have done so much to comfort Metirs. Leyd llarnet and Willie our precious dead nnd to brighten for week. d More than of the farms Merfcla were Sunday visiters of Mittut a starless sky. in Kentucky are operated by tenants, Mrt. Addle Davis ha returned to et Ronnie and Savanah Lane. Mrt. Rhoda Wylie. according to the 192 census. Leas Mr. and Mrt. Wm. Walker, Mr. and rcr home nt Preachcrivllle, after a ing contracts under which many of Mrt. Hoy I'rather and two children, everal days stay with Mrs. lthoda Good Doth Ways. these farmers are operated point out Mr. and Mrt. Simon Tankrrtley and Wylie. Successful business mrn nay opporchildren, Mr. and Mrt. Jamet YanMr. S. H. Haleomb, of Paris, has tunities fur n youuc man to earn the need in the State for more genand two ton, were recent visiter returned home after spending a few money aro as go! toxin? nt nny time eral ute of contracts which will keep tit the land up in productiveness and at of Mr. and Mr. Henry" Tuttle. k'ayt here. He having come to at In the putt, nnd eieryhoil)- tnys to spend money never wera the 'same time enable the tenant to tend the funeral of Mr. Kifwin Wylle, Sunday, June 26th, Mr. and Mr. better Louisville Courier-Journa- l. make n fnir profit nnd the landlord Wm. Srolt entertained with an eleMessrs. Sam Haleomb and Troy- a fair rate of return, according to gant and tumptuout dining, the de- Hogg are the champion fishermen of She Wat Worth Much to Him. Following llu ninrriugn ceremony W. D. Nichols, head of the farm lightful oecation being Mr. Scott' this vicinity, having caught one fish the groom rnlletl the mlnltter ntlile economics department of the College S7th. birthday. The day was to en e t viiikiii ts a" a it us " nnd lniulrel tint price of the service. of Agriculture. Joyable that it will long be remember Kentucky river. tin- - minister, "you may "One type of successful leasing Well, ed by all pretent ,who reluctantly de Mr. H. P. Kincaid and son, Mr. pay me whatever you." parted fof their hornet late in the Hernle Kincaid have returned to their "He reatotinble !" It's worth togroom. contract is that which includes the croancil the afternoon after wuhing for Mr. Scott home in Corbin, after having been "Tlilt womnii tnberttt n million dollar Joint ownership of hogs, beef or dairy cnttle, sheep nnd other produc many happy returns of the day the guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. M. 0 on her twenty-tlrfc- t blrtlulay." Cali tive live stock. The tenant furnishes Thote in attendance were: Mr. and Kennedy for several days. fornia IV I run. all the labor and in most casess, the Mrt. John I'rather, Mr. and Mr. Mr. and Mrs. H. II. Montgomery work stock nnd machinery. The Hnymoml Turner and baby, Mr. and Few Qood Cooks Under Thirty. and children, Of Paint Lick, Mr. C, landlord usually pays the service feet Uile, who cooled at Crockfurd'a Mr. Henry Yater and family, Mr. W. Farlee and sister. Miss Mary HI interest In the club In Loudon during tbe Urgency, and owns a one-haand Mr. Kdd Haker and children. !en Farlee, of Lexington, were Sun and who had been chef to Umlt XIV, colts. Poultry, up to n reasonable Mftdamet Matilda Collins, J. It. Bak 'ay guests of Mrs. J. W. Ilryant. to Lord Sifftou, mid to tbe duke of point, are owned by the tenant who er. Patience Prichett. Mr. Hobert Hev, A. P. Jones will conduct ser York In turn, declared that while gets the proceeds from the enterScott, Mrs. Wm. (5 rime t, Misses ices Sunday night at the Methodist music, dnticlng, fencing, pulntlng and prise. KlTle and Fannie Scott. "The other net receipts arc divided rhurch. This is not a regular np mechanic! had professor under twenty year of age, excellence In cookery equally. Tho landlord furnishes the but it Is hoped that a wa never obtained I ointment Smile sweetly. It cost let than under thirty, lie large crowd will be in attendance left Uird Sefton tlut because n guest land and buildings, pays the taxes a grouch. and insurance on them, in most cases Dr. fi. M. Hendren has been quite put more pepper In hit soup. There w at n cook I Hut ho w us not Kngllsh. furnishes the grass seed and pays Don't imagine you are successful ill at the hunie of his Mr. the other expenses excepting because you are making money. Howard King, who also has been con Of Knclund was It said that God sends one-hathose for labor. Necessary minor You have st.ll the respect of your Ined to his bed for about three meat, the devil sends cooks. repairs on fences usually arc made fellow men to consider weeks and Is in quite a serious con by the tenant without charge, the dition. landlord furnishing the materials. Well-Know- n Artist-Entertain- er Hev. M. A. Hurt, of Danville, will "Quite often, the tenant does not have sufficient capital or credit to conduct n series of services nt the Coming finance his half of the cattle, hogs or ''leatant Grove church, beginning eurhon Poultry Remedy Here at Chautauqua Sunday. Hev. Hart Is a very next other productive live stock. Some A lew drept in fwU" Kentucky landlords have supplied attractive and forceful speaker and everyone should make an attempt to "Wit and Wisdom of the Chalk nnd .and. olh.r rhkk" v,ear him. UteiUllrts.pyo4ir Clay" Is the subject of nn unusual IHlsees. Don't wul until I dIMXM itrtkM. by J. Franklin Caveny, Otlltnl.r. Thote from n distance and who Ima . Ms. UK . t 1 . Ml 1 IS. clever on tbe 'AtiJructlstt,oeLf rnallrM.lp.ht. were called here last Wednetday by- openingnrtlst who nnrteant hernHedpath S? night of the coming wrtt KmerC.lLll.(t, Kr- he death of Mr. Kdwln Wylie were: Chautauqua. Mrs. George Conn nnd daughter, Miss Mr. Cuvenv Is nn urtlst In cravons Kluabeth Conn, Mrs. Joe llourne, and clur and In the telllnr of munt. Mrs. .Mary Hurt, Mr. nnd Mrs. Oll.e less nncetlotr. irhtrh form nn nmiislne Pourne Mrs. Sam Davis and daugh- - nccompntilment to hU rapid sketching. I With llehtnlni- - skill Mr. Cnvenv'a er, Mlts Lorraine Davin nnd Mrt. crayons reproduce-- many familiar Stinnett nil of Paint Lick. I summer vacation. Mrs. B. H. Hallard, Mitt Maym Mallard nnd Mn. M. O. Kennedy were .n Danville shopping Wednetday Mr. U'llllitn. It UVtl.. nt Mmll son, was here to attend the funeral of Mr. Kdwln Wylle hut Thursday. Mrs. R. K. Swope hat returned home nftcr being the guest of Mrs. H. P. Swope, nt Ijinc.nter, for several 'ays. Misses Christine Swope and Mar 'jaret Scott, of Lancaster, are th yuetts of Miss Httinbeth Swope thi They were Mestrt. Paul and Fred Sutton, Newt Goiney, Hobert Swope, Charlie Marsee and Andy frouihorn. If you have children in your home you need a Kodak. Begin today and keep an album of yotlr children at they are from time to time. In a few short years they will be children no longer, then you will be thankful over and over again that you took our advice and kept a picture record of them when they were young. Come in today and buy a Kodak so you can "snap" them often. All our photo goods are fresh. t Let US Develop Your Pictures. McRoberts Drug Store Rented Farms one-thir- ti this capital, securing it by taking a mortage on the live stock and permitting repayment out of the tenant's share of the proceeds. When the tenant it an able, energetic and reliable man, this is nn excellant plan and serves the interest of both parties. The tenant thus is encouraged to do his best nnd often will remain on the farm for several years. "For several years, the college farm economics department hat been making a study of leasing contract and has succeeded in working out a number based largely on the successful experiences of Kentucky landlords and tenants. Copies of these may be obtained free by writing tie department." For BHiousness Sick Hetdtcbe, Sour Stomach. Blotting, Gti, Coostipttioo all these consequence ol lodiiestioa are avoided if the bowels are kept ooea and rejulsr. lf KUY.aTrliUlTK.TiUUn act promptly, without pita or aiusea. They clttr the bowels, swectea tha tlomtch tod tone up the liver. J1-- . . r. D. I. Neefeli. Ve.1 WWis..rsj. ad 111. aar Beslielae I e.sr ." McROBERTS DRUG STORE son-in-la- lf The man who marries a good wo man gets rich quick without knowing it. All things come to him who waits if he reaches out and grabs them as they go by. fH Congress is tinkering with the tariff again nnd next fall the people will be tinkering with congress. 1 1. - Tires $7.99 STATES, GOODRICH, I I i Millions of Dollars The loit af tobte-ro Mrs. A, T. Christopher, of Somer et, who has been in n Lexington Hospital for several months, has been In order to reduce our Lnrpe Stock of Tires and Tubes, we nre offering nil Standard brand Auto Tires ofGet Any Day Tobacco May Yours aays. lu, enuring gradually wore, and little ope being entertained for her re rovery, she was brought to the home kf her father, Mr. Logan Ison last Thursday. She is the eldost daugh Ut of Mr. Won. Her husbnnd, Mr A. T. Christopher and sons, Logan ml Maurice, of Somerset, nre nt her bedside, also Mr. Letcher Christopher I such a$ UNITED FIRESTONE GOODYEAR, I I FISK, Tob.cco Grower.' Co- operative Association, upon congialulatiiiK an insurance company on lowering lit rate on tobacco bad insurance, said, 'Within ibe period that I have bad bail insurance I have had four severe losses. 1 he money I received etcerded considerably what I paid in. lo tay nothing of my peace of mind that I wat fully protected in case of storm. I have always advocated carrying hail insurance on tobacco without which every lirower takes a chance lo lose all. With it he can, in safely, go into the business of producing a crop which requires, as does tobacco, to much labor, time and money. Now that the Duiley Crowert have gone into an organlialion lo handle their business in a modern economic business-bkway, I see no reason why all growers can not take out insurance on the rtduced ralea the comtianias ate now nuolintr." Look up the insurance agent in your section now, and 1st him protect you against the loss ol your tobacco. Policies effective uty luth, noon. ue. Lancaster. and Mr. W. A. Dlckerson, Mist Katie Darnel Dlckerson, of Ijin- rater nnd Mr. nnd Mrs. Sydney Poor, if Wllmore, were called here by the serious illness of Mrs. A. T. Christo-phe- r. .Mr. if AND OLDFIELD AT PRICE FROM SEE GAINES AT ONCE loiter: Mrs. Christopher passed Tuosday morning early. Ilurliil took place nt Mt. Olivet Wednesday. Wylie When the news came Inst Wednesday morning, June 2 lit., that death had claimed Bdvvin Wylie, another me of our popular young men, a gloom was cast over this community, which will be difficult to dispel. While Mr. Wylle had not been in the best of health for some time, he was only confined to his room for about a month nnd hit death came at nw-n- UP I J. FRANKLIN CAVENY scenes und faces; or n lump of clay, totted carelessly on lilt boards leaps Into the lilt-lieof u beloved patriot. But amoug the most I'litertalnlng.feat-ure- s of the entire program aro tha crayon portraits which he uiukes of va rious members of the uudlence. Mr. Caveny will undoubtedly bo oos of the most popular attractions an UM Cuautsuu,iu progrmia. s The cars that won 1st nnd 2nd In tho Indinnapl-li- s Speedway race were equipped with OLDFIELD TIRES. I 'I i Becker & Ballard I I .J H BRYANTSVILLE, KENTUCKY. trim 0 ThCntral DOINGS AT PAINT LICK Interesting News of East End Capitol Gathered By Alert Correspondents Mr. Ell Estrlllge continue very 111. MIm Grace Hull ipent the week, end at home. Mrt. Wm. Eldrldge wat on the tick Hit latt week. Layton li suffering with Mm. a carbuncle on her knee. MIm nettle Hester It visiting hor father, Mr. Zack Hetcr. Miss Dollle Woods Record, Lancaster Ky. Thursday, June 29, 1922. BUCKEYE Mr. Frank Land wat In Richmond Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Dave Long vrtre In Richmond Friday. Mr. T. O. Hill hat been visiting Mrt. Walker Rradthaw at Danville. Bale Tiss. See us for ! Walker Iroihtrs. g Milt Dennle Metcalf hat been her sister, Mrs. Robt. Carter. Mr. Hugh Kurtf sold CO lambt to Mr. Klrby Tester for 12c per pound. Mr. Hiram Ray sold SO hogs to Mr. V. A. Lear for $10.1 2 H per hundred. Miss Mary Kurti was the guest of Miss Anna K. Layton flrst of the week. Chrlstman, of Dan. Mrs. Emest ville is visiting her parents, Mr. and vlsi-tin- POCKET GOPHERS ARE MENACE TO FARMERS Neighborhood WHAT HOME IS INTEHOEO FOR from a three wcekt visit to her aunt, Mrs. Anna Carlisle, in Columbus, 0. Mr. and Mrs. 0. I Hammack ateradication ef Ptstt Difficult UnttM tended preaching at Foxtown last All Farm In tht Community Art Sunday where they heard Rev. Pur-vl- t. Ja. Cltantd Up In Ont Campaign Plan Outllntd. Metdames H. J. Patrick and R. W. Thursday of Ettrldge were guests 7 ll t'nltrd flaln Iprtmtil I Allalli.) at The neighborhood party Idea MIm Sallle Adamt, of Lancaster, Mr. and Mrs. H. G. McWhorter hat Nicholasville. been successfully applied to gopher in vlttlntr Jin. S. C. Hcnderon. In Furnns county, NeMiss Ethel Lutet has returned to elimination Mr. Owen Rlchardion hai been her home in Nicholasville, after a braska, under the-- direction of a spe111 the patt few day. for quite dayt visit with her coutin, Miss cialist of the hloloslrul survey and the Mr. Olvin Peyton has returned few extension agent In work Emma Burchell. of the United Ktutes Department of from a busincst trip to Louisville. meeting at Mt. Tabor The Agriculture nnd the State College of Bale Tits. Stm us for 9H-I- 4 with much Interest thown. Agriculture. Walker Irotkers. The eradication of ckrt gopher It Mr. Harold Is delivering sdme very very dlltlcult unless all the fsrtni In a MIm Pearl Gillln is acting as as- Interesting sermons. district ore cleaned up In one camsistant at the telephone exchange. Mrs. Sophia Treadway, of Berea, paign. A district two nr threw miles Mrs. R. G. Woods was the dinner attended preaching at Mt. Tabor long Is selected guest Saturday of Mrs. Fannie Fran- Sunday and wat the guest of Mr. nnd farmers In by the county agent, this district arc In cis. vltcd l n gopher Hilrinlng party. A and Mrs. Thos. Logsdon. LouisI Mr. R. H. Ledford was in usually sccuretl. Mrs. Willie Holtxclaw ond son, of full atlendance The morning selon It riven to a of the Madiipn, Ind., who will be rememville on business the first demonstration In rutting the lmlt nnd week. bered 'here as Miss Willie Jennings, applying the olon. Sufficient lmlt It Mrs. It. G. Woods spent part of have been visiting friends here. with her last week at Nicholasville family Mr. II. J. Chestnut and parents. were guests of Mr .and Mrs. Luther Mrs. Fannie Walker Is with her Peyton In Lancaster Saturday night ton, Mr. R. J. Walker and wife for and spent Sunday in Crab Orchard. a visit. Mrs. Woods Walker and little ton fl A Miss Cynthia Prcwitt has as her and daughter, Miss Elizabeth, who truest during the meeting Miss Bet-ti- e have been for a visifto Mrs. Walker's Curtis. mother, in Illinois, returned home Miss Jessie Mae Hammack spent last Wednesday. Friday night with MIsjcs Cynthia and On June 15th, Mrs. Woods Walker Ellen Prcwitt. entertained delightfully thp follow-InMr .and Mrs. R. W. Estridge, Mrs. Mottle Rout it visiting In the Mt. Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Walker, Dr. nnd Paint Lick and attending Mrs. F. H. Smith and Dr. and Mrs. Tabor meeting. Mr. and Mr. T. J. Underwood at- H. J. Patrick. tended the Red Cross dinner at Lan Mr. T. J. Underwood while jn caster last Thursday. Louisville last week was operated on Miss Elizabeth King went to Rich for a growth in tne mourn, mo mond Sunday to attend Summer operation was a great success and Mr. Underwood was able to return school at E. K. S. N. Gopher Exttrminater and a 'Few Miss Diana Woods it visiting her home in a few days. Victims. Mr. and Mrs, J. F. grandparents, v "Mr. nnd Mn. Jasper Hendren and White at Nicholasville. Mr. and Mrs. Willie Hendren enter- prepared to supply the puny for the lay. In the afternoon, the party It There will be an Ice cream supper tained the following with a fish sup-pe- r divided Into pairs, oae eron carrying on Silver Creek Friday night Mr. the lmlt nnd placing It In the runways, at the Christian church at Kirksville Friday evening, June 30th. and Mrs. W. B. Roop and Mrs. J. D. while the other peron a prod to locate slut open the runways. The Mr. and Mrs. Ollic Doian attended Wynn nnd children. county itgt-n- t or rpeilallM spends some the burial of his nephew, Edward Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Logsdon had time with each mlr, giving Inatruc. Wylie at Lancaster Thursday. as their dinner guests Friday Mrs. Hons. All the Infested urea repreMrs. S. N. Moberley and two sons, W. B. Roop and ton, Mrs. G. I). Todd sented by the fanners utlendlng the of Richmond, were visitors of Mrs. and children, Mr. and Mrs. R. H. "party" Is covered and poon bolt In many ease n second day It M. F. Ledford Monday night. Ledford and children, Rev. Harold and Rev. Huston and Mr. Morris reUlnil to complete the work, but all Miss Edna Underwood, who it at member of the pnrty Invariably stay $ with Norton Infirmary, Louisville, it re- Todd, the Job until It Is finished. ported as getting along nicely. In lunim county the work tins Mr. Sam Jennings had a very seriwhile been cotittncd to tint alfalfa fields In Mrs. Fred Hall and daughter, ous accident last Thursday valley lands along three Important Mabel, left for Akron, Ohio, Mon- helping a man whose team had stall- the The team streams, the Itepuhllrun river, nnd the ed to hold the wheel. day, fo' a visit to her brother. Iteuver creeks. All last harked, cntrhlnir Mr. Jcnnintrs summer and the Sitppa were rountantly the furmers .Mrs. J. W. Guyn delightfully enJ thumb between the wheel and bolster tertained the C. E. Society of the almost tearing his thumb off at the reminded of the Importance of the work, nnd excellent reulta were ote Presbyterian church last Thursday. first joint. Mr. Jennings went at tnlned from the community field parMr. and Mrs. 0. L. Hammack and qnce to the Dr. who tewed the thumb ties In the fall. In the campaign 2V"i daughter, were dinner guests of Mr. on. At thit writing it is doing nice acres were covered. Figuring the to the farmers In helng rid of end Mrs. C .C. Bowman nt Richmond. ly, although causing him great pain. Mcket gophers ii half n ton of alfalfa !er acre, thl area would rnenn 1.2.V) hat ' returned Party Plan in Nebraska. Sua-ceisf- ul way, When the young folkt gather around In the good Slngln' all the latett tongt) gathered from the newest play, Or they start the phonograph and thove the chain back to the wall, An hold a little party dance, I'm happiest of them all, Then I sorter settle back, plumb contented watehlnjr her, An' I tell myself most proudly that's what home's Intended fer. When the laughter's galy ringln' an' the room It filled with song, I tike to tit an' watch'em, all that glad and merry throng, Fer the ragtime they are playln' on the old piano there, Heat any high-tone- d mutlc where the bright light shine and glarei rrrrl An the racket they are makin' seems to make my pulses stir. So I whisper In my gladness, that's what home's intended fer. con-tinu- et Then I tmlle an' say to mother, let'em move the chalrt about, Let'em frolic In the parlor, let'em shove the tablet out, Jut so long as they are near us, Jus' so long as they will stay, Ily the fireplace we are keeping, harm will never come their way, An' you'll never hear me grumble at the bills that may occur, Fer the damage they are doln' that's what home's intended fer. "There's a satisfied user near you" Mrs. E. R. Ray. Mr. and Mrs. tpent W. E. Whittaker Sunday with her father, Mr. Sutton, near Lancaster. Mr. and , Mrs. Urontton Locker spent several dayt with Mr. and Mrs. Alex Samt at Midway, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Land attended the funeral of Mrt. Urnl's uncle, Mr. Steve Ilurdette at Stanford. Mr. nnd Mrs. Louit Noel, of were guests of Mr. and Mrt. R. W. Sanders flrst of the week. Nlcho-lasvllle, THOMAS PIERATT, BUCKEYE, KY. Everything In a Country Store. near Rryantsville. Mlsirs Edna and Geneva Dean, of Mr. Elijah Forbes, of Lancaster, Jessamine tpent a part of latt week Mr. and is visiting his aunt, Mrs. Hardwlck t with their grand parents, Mrt. A. S. Dean. Ilourne. Miss Alice Jones ha,t a music class Mr. and Mn. R. L. Grow and sont at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Chns. and Mrt. Peachle Grow were guestt Duncan. of Mr. and Mrs. Freeman Standi In Rev. I. W. Manley conducted, a Jessamine Sunday, week's night services last week, which Mr. and Mrs. Edd Grow-- and dough, were well attended. ter, Filda and Mrs. Wm. Onttott Mr. II. A. Duncan, of Ilrjantsvillr, spent Sunday with Mr. John Holtxspent last week with his daughter, claw and family at Gilberts Creek. Mr. Harrison Dean. Mr. M. L. Montgomery will conMisses John and Leslie Sherrow, duct the prayer tcrvicct Thursday of Nicholasville, attended service evening. These services are growing here Saturday evening. more interesting each week. Let Mr. and Mrt. Geo. Johnson and everybody attend. children, of Nicholasville, were with The ladles of ML Hebron church Montgomery' have sent for jars to ran fruit for Mr .and Mrs. Ernest Sunday. the Kentucky Baptist children's Every one who wishes to Rev. I. W. M,anley and Mrs. Har- Home. rison Dean and children spent Thurs. help In this worthy cause may get day with Mr. and Mrt. Joe Duncan, the jars by calling for them. MT. HEBRON tltf"ti rtir ItiB tBH lttr g: McMurtry. Miss Florence Georgetown Is visiting Mrs. Lura Noel and family before leaving for New York for a visit. Messrs. Dan and Phil Prather have returned to their home in Illinois, after a visit to Mr. and Mrs. Mai Carter ami Mr. J. P. Prather. Mrs. W. 11. Ray, Mr. and Mn. J. M. Anion and family, Rev. and Mrt. J. V, Price and family were entertained at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Kurtz Sunday. Mrs. George Ray and Mitt Sallle Lou Teater were in Richmond and Thursday with Mist Fran, cis Ray, who had her tonills and l. adenoids removed at the Gibson Wed-nelay Hos-pita- u-- h High Standing. "Hut If )ou don't subscribe to the Soclnl Record, aren't you afraid they may leave your name out!" Mrs. Hoeke MMy dear, they can't They have to put me In anyway, or everybody In this town would think their book a erfwt fake." Columbus (8. C) Stale J Irs. SanoV Garrard National Farm Loan Assn Federal Farm Loans: RATE OF INTEREST 5 CENT. PER tons, or $in,(Kx) saved. GIVE YOUR BEES NEEDED AIR Reversible Bottom Board Furnishes Either Narrow or Wlds Entrance as May Be Desired. Everybody Wants Bread Baked from - 'AMERICAN QUEEN FLOUR nutritious qualiticsof the wheat. Every clement for the making of good flour is retained in American Queen Flour. That's why it bakes morcloavcsof better bread than any flour we knowof. I Iundrcdsof housewives are using this flourtoday becauseof its certainty to always produce only the best results. Order a'tack today If Because you get all the richness of flavor; all the It Is too much to nk of n hardworking lice that It hung outside the hive during Its noun of rest because the Interior of the hhe Is too hot and MNirly ventllnted, "One remedy Is to tip up the front of the hive one Inch from the Imso hoard, using n tapering splinter or wedge under each side, says A. C. Ilurrell, extension rntomologlM of the Mln-College of Agriculture. "Or I dry u reversllde I liottotn hoard, which furnishes either Mr. James Simpson and grandson, time narrow- - or wide entrance ns deslntL nt the home of Mr. and Mrs We do not advise setting the supers were hnrk n halMnch ns this artlflclnl Powell Dulley Tuesday afternoon, Interferes with the fanning Mr. Joe Itay and two .nterestlng . Keep your In n good shady children were guettt Sunday afterlocntlou for the hot suimner inonttis," noon of Mr, nnd Mrs. Hiram Ray, Mr. nnd .Mrs. Morte Davi and ton, SEVERAL DISEASES OF SOIL Mr. and Mrs. Walter Davis anil baby Only Way to Overcome Fungous and were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mr. Bjcttrlal Allmentt It to Let Krnret Davit. Land Remain Idle. Mr. nhd Mrs. Mose Ray and family und Mist Christine Speak were Then lire several illsi'iises of vegiw Friday night by Mr. and tables which live over In the garden soil from one yeur to the next, mid If Mrs. John Dalley. the smile crop It planted In Hie same) Mestlames Curl Moberley, Harve toll year nfler nr It will lie but n McCulley and Wilbert Dalley were short time until the crop will prove n guest Thursday ufternoon of loss. These nre mostly fungous nnd Powell Dalley and Clyde Simpbucterlnl disease imil the only prne-tlcway to overtome them It to n. son. Mcsdamc Andrew und Ottlt Stotts low the land to tlx Idle for two or three yenrs or to plant n crop which and Harrison Ray, Mittes Christine Is linmunn to the disease. Speake, Lucille and Margaret Stotta mrl d n lu-eiMes-ilam- Pinks All the Ytar. tree hat Tho glnko or maiden-hai- r bright )ellow foliage that Is most useful In omumental pluiulngs, sayt the Not Forestry Muguxlne. American Secy-Trca- s. X only Is the color n cleur pure yrtlow, glvee shape of the leaf but the n texture to the tn-- that Is ijulte different fnim others. The leaves an' shaped much like the plnnne, that Is, 2,173 a Day Join Church. This Bird It Fat. the smallest dlvUlons of the frond of Young are so laden with An average of '.'.ITS person n day the mulilenliiilr fern, very much en- join the rnrloiiH churches In the United their own fat that one of them limy go larged. The tree It attractive at all States. Oih month without uklnc iinv nour seasons. ishment, sajs the American Forestry Magaxine. lint is likewise, true or Inventors of Dills. WOLF TRAIL fowl. The Invention of bells is attributed young pigeon and certain to the Kgyptluni, who ore credited Mr. John Dolley has been suffering with havftig made use of pmnsslon Durns and English Poetry. A collectlen of Knctlsh soncs was with a broken rib. Instruments to announce the sucred my I ored over them ngo. tminr Mr. and Mrs. Clarence McCulley fetes of.O'lrl driving my eart or walking to labflr, son, spent Sunday with relatives. and song by siHig. vere by verse; eare-full- y Unci Eben. -noting the trne, tender or subMrs. Jasper Matthews and baby De world." said Fncle nhn. tpent Sunday with Mrt. Harve Mc- hill of wonderful Inventions. Do only lime from aftociMtlH r fun I soCulley. trouble Is dat er Invention dat jou lium. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Sparks and don't know how to liau'le Is liable to Crlcktt. The Kirllet mention of the game of family visited 'Mr. and Mn. Hremon stt to runnlc' wild no make you puf. flrkly cricket Is In the writing of one John Doolin recently. Derrick who In l.VW wrote that "ho Moberley were Otdtst CnQllth Clock. Mr. nnd Mrs. W. T. and Ids fellowes'dld runne and play Itnellslt-madThe oldest clock with Mrs. Walter Casey, who hut Hut In the llodtchtn known Is In the toHty of the mince at cricket." been ill, Sunday night. ' Hampton court, where It was placed library at Otford there Is an old picat Misses Jessie Ray and Christine In l.V.1. It w.is complete Hint It ture of h link iMiwIlng a hall to anwith allowed the motions of several of htt other monk, who is iiIhhii to strike It, Speake tpent the lat week-enplanets In addition tli mriinirlu the and the date of that la "Ji"! years Misses Hernlce und Nettie Teater. For information see G. B. SWINEBROAD, . e alhtroc m-- vade-mecu- Is mls-sMs- " e curlier Garrard County ASSESSMENT NOTICE All persons owning or having In their possesion or under their own control, in their own name anil rijrht or as itKont, Kuanlian, committee, executor, administrator, curator, trustee, receiver, commissioner, or otherwise, real or personal property, on the first day of July, 1922, subject to assessment for taxation, by the County of Garrard, State of Kentucky, arc hereby requested, ON AND AFTER THE FIRST DAY OF JULY, 1922, to call at my office at the Court House in Lancaster, Ky., to kIvu to me, County Tax Commissioner for Garrard County, a true and complete list of mich property with a true cash value thereof us of the first day of July, 1922, under oath. SCATTER MANURE ON FIELDS of tpent a delightful day Thursday with Airs. Mose Ray and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Atble Hcndron, of near Nicholasville, visited the homes of Mr. and Mrs. Powell Dalley, Mr. and Mrs. Wilbert Dalley and Mr. and Mr. John Dalley the past week-enMr. and Mrs. Elijah MrMllllan en- It does not plcu you better thaa the flour you are now usingpurchase, price wljl bert fuaded upoa return of partially ut4 ptektfe. Not Advltablt to Ptrmlt Etcapt Oasis and Plant Food Haul Away Often. L. FAINT LICK, H. DAVIS AND JOBBER - RETAILER KENTUCKY. Different farmers have different ways nnd menus of curing for their bnrnynnl immure, hut utiltlce It to sny, do not let It become cxpom-to tho niln nor the sun; If oslhe, kevp It piled up In order to present the escape of guset which are rich In plant food; nt often nt practicable, haul I lie iiumuro to the fields, scatter ind plus It under. d tertained the following guest Sunday; Mr. und Mrs. Abu llurton, Mr. and Mrt. W. T. Moberley, Mr. and Mrs Carl Muberley and Matter Harrison Dalley and Mil Leolu A. T. SCOTT COMMISSIONER FOR GARRARD COUNTY. The Cantral Record. Lancaster, Ky.. Thursday June 29, 922 1 WWtl r THE WINDOW By AGNES i 0. BROGAN krlnt, nil. w.it.f N,ppr I'aran. Jack Thorjie, hurrying along through spring d.iy, the rhlll of an glanced up at an old stone ni'ilislon and saw- - the window. The window 'hied to l)plfy that homo h" desired. In crying contntt to It tivlslilx.rl.-windows, the shining white etirf il'ied glas beckoned, while two pott' d llucced a welcome. Jack win tired of lioteK tired nf disappointing bachelor ninrtiuetit. and though he hail not pned 'l..--find Cooer roml with the Intention Ing ii lodging pin re there, tint l el actly what he did, and for Hit wa ! gny little window repoiilhle !I "Will you." he briefly aked n who ojeiieil the door to Mm. "lei m know If the room on the second Moor It vacant, the one with rel flower In the window? And may I see It?" Jack ascended the gloomy stalrnny iiMin being told that the room wn to he acated the following morning. The timid Inserted n key In n lock nnd left u f Green Clay Walker Law And Real Estate WIDELY-KNOW- N 'Alfalfa Should Have Place on More Farms 15 Always Gst -- Despite the fact Money to loan on fnrmi. ORATOR COMING limited diitributionthatInalfalfa ha a Kentucky, Lilt your farm for sale prtv. there ii a place for the crop on many ately or at auction. farm of the State, not a a major Office over J. W. Smith's Store. Edward Amherst Ott to Lecture field crop but' n no crop for a small area of good land, crop peclalit at at Chautauqua. the College of Agriculture My. Ii M. S. in a legume belt uited to rich soila Will Qlv, One of the Great Addraaats that contain plenty of lime but mot HATFIELD Which Have Made Him Nation, farm have from two to live acre I ally Known. that could be prepared rather eaiily DENTIST for growing it. Fall needing I more On of Hie headline lecturer nt the Of lea orar Tba Garrard Baalr. coming Itedpath Chautauqua wilt tn satisfactory it: Kentucky in view- of Offica 8. rie R.sUsaca 37. the fact that spring writing are LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. J Kdward Amhersttx--Ott, eminent educator troubled with weed and grasses. ami one of (tin t known orators iki Only two counties In Kentucky, the American ilatfunii, Mr Ott will Five hi Inspiring, time- : Pendleton and Campbell, haw i ly lecturr. "VI fury," ikip of the great-es- t I large area of alfalfa, these two grow t OITO.MIiTUIMT of hi famous "Art of Lllng" le. . ing half the acreage found in the Practice ' State or nearly 28,000 acre, accord limited to diagnosing and ing to the 1020 census. The five correcting defect' ' alfalfa countie. eruw nearly ' by of Kyeslght four fifth of all that i found in the the fitting of , State These farts emphasize the proper glaisei, i 'limited distribution of the crop, DANVILLE. KENTUCKY. J Sweet clover and limestone pre' I Opposite Gilcher Hotel. pare the way for the successful grow. Of lea Hour 8 la 12 and 1 la S a. am. ing of ulfalfa. Iloth Pendleton and Campbell countie have limestone sods while sweet clover ba been ex trns.vely grown in both of them, e.- pccia!'y Pendleton. Much of it grew vv id at first, three plant seed FUNERAL DIRECTOR ing and spreading over a larger area I Otllfe Over National Hank. each year. The sweet clover inocu- lated the soif and thus prepared It P.ciidence I'hon 3. Office Phor.e 27 for alfalfa. LANCASTKIt. KY There I no hay that i superior to that made from good alfalfu, the specialists claim. It nn excellent feed for stimulating the milk and EDWARD AMHERST OTT butterfat production of dairy cow VETERINARIAN. turea, notable among wblrh are "Soul and also makes a good feed for growin gstock or for animal that are Call, Aaswarad Promptly Da? at tlraes" and "The Miiendera." "Victory" I not u war lecture. II being put into good condition for Nlebt. I'Un. 317 I r an lecture. It til showing. cusse the ltnl question I which r im KENTUCKY Since three or four crop can be facltic the American (K'ople, It I cut in a season from good land, a real construction iiot a reeonstructlor will furnish a considerable sup lecture. Beware Kdward Amherst Ott'a treatment ul ply of feed. Any farmer who lime We positively will not permit fot crvat natloiiul problem will make f hi soil heavily and seeds alfalfa on hunting or h'inting of any character t lvl! and laatlns Impression on ev a few acres of hi bet land can ex pect good reult from the crop, Good or trespassing on our farm. Any ery couunniilty. drainage, stable manure, phosphate violator will be prosecuted. Don't carry on two shou- fertilizers and careful preparation of J. S. Schooler, Kdgar Trice, W. A. lder. It make water both tired. them the seed bed also increase the chances Price, Joe Criscillls, T. J. Price, It, a good stand. U Kikln. II. M. Lear, It. U Marker Many a fellow pride himself on for It. F. Panon, Marlnda LnngsuorUi, the thing he doe in hW imagination. J. P. Hland, and Hughes Hroi. (Other namea will be added upon Keeping everlastingly at it may be the payment of 25 cents) (tf.) commendable, but it often land a Bourban Paultry Ramady fellow in the pen. JlataV drlshlRa' w,tr ' svealvCS aaaaaaaM You c ii n't accomplish big thing kditrrbu. caj DPM Vitamine Cold SUw Tkiul tkr cfckk until you have first learned to comIchlckahMlthr. UM'twutoRUl plete the little one. Ked cabbaga ii nice for thi but I dlMSkM SlrtkM. 0t titular. If lmpoiilble to secure, use white '3mlitelx.tl.iJll.laill.M. AlilruaaUlLurbrmailiMMtDftlit. which alio contain, a plentiful supOpportunity knock at all door., Kr. am4f C. ply of health-givinvitamine when but it generally duck before most raw. Slice one small head of cabof u can open up. Home News bage fine; add two minced onion; ona cup chopped Spanish green Dying ha one advantage over ul! olive (atoned); vinegar, aalt and other mlifortune. You won't have Klght Owen county farmers are pepper to auit the tate. It'a a new to make explanation to your rubbery law, a healthful alaw and a with County Agent J. friend afterwards. alaw. P, Kickctt and the College of Agriculture extension division in conducting demonstration to show the vnlue of spraying grape with mixture to control black rot. Thi M'uion of the year when farm boys and girl in all part of the State who are members of junior agricultural club are holding their annual picnics and outing. Forty member of the Farmington club in Grave county recently held their. to become oxiraviiKant, no matTo allow a child and enjoyed games, swimming and a ter how well-oi- r the parents may be, is to seriously picnic dinner, County Agent H. II Quali (bunts whei 4fe - Mm. DR. J. J. BYRNE i 1 , J. A. Beazlev Or. Printus 1 Walker ufler-the-wu- Air few-acre- s Hunters sV nl.a laifi. Farm and From Over Kentucky deli-cio- ui Ilor-dea- ARE YOUR CHILDREN EXTRAVAGANT? interfere with the development of its character. lixtravngnnce breeds idleness and a lack of appreciation of values. A pampered and child can never really experience those joys and pleasures that are the birthright of childhood. over-iudulK-- Mitchell report. One of the largest delegation of farm boys and girl that came from any one county of the State to attend the second annual "Junior Week" recently held at Lexington by the College of Agriculture came from' Lewi county. Kighteen boy and girl from there accompanied by County Agent It. O. Hate and several local room wn a Inviting a It When Thorpe (ironitsed. lighted the lump and touched u match to the gas grate, he sank Into a cretonne iii!iliKi.d chair with n grateful sigh. Mere wn real home at lat, Mr. Illrkers cnine up present tv for an Inicnlew, The bright place on the wall pnMr. she Informed him, wn where the former tenant's piano had stood. The plnnn had teen mrcd that morning. The room would be ready for renting tomorrow, Mr. Illcker agreed, nml be pnlil the ndtaucefl price asked, "Jilt leave the Ley iki the hull rack when joti go out." Mrs. Illcker. ald, and left htm. lie was enjoying a rtgnr before the glowing tire when a lap Miund.il at the diMir and In resHine to hi iiuettlonlng "Yef the dtNir ojieiied to admit a oung woman. She was n pte-fnce- l young woman mid hlg blue eye went brimming with tears. "What do you wnntj" aked Jack Impatiently. "1 want to come In," she retorted. Cnltilted, she drew a rompiililon chair to the fireside and wn. apparently, soon lost In thought. "I." said Jack !nformlnglr, "hrv Just rented this room." The girl turned to look at htm. "llure your Hhe asked. "I hopd )on will like It." "I know- - that I shall like it," he replied. "I knew- from the moment I saw those nil geraniums In the window." 11m firelight Induced Jack's remln licence. "We used to have a window like that at borne, when I was a boy. White ruffled curtains and all. It looked out on the tide of the gurden where a sun dial stood." "Old your asked the girl eagerly. "We bad a. window- - like It, too, at Orandma'a. Orandnm raised us moth erless children. Hut our window looked out from a sunny kitchen to wherw we could see birds hopping about on the trees, and In winter time, their little tracks all over the snow." The man nodded understandlngly. "1 know, that all spells home." t "You won't like the here," the girl said. "Itettcr go outside for them It' Iiki bad you have to." "Oh, well, thvre mutt be some draw- back. Ono doe not llnd a home etery day." or lose one, thank goodness," slichcd the girl. With new laterest be regarded Ihe strange visitor. "I lost mine today," she explained ruefully. "Hut why?" S)inpathy was In Ids glance. "Couldn't pay the rent," the girl told him. "If I can't make atiottier home for myself there wilt always be grandma' to go to," site added. "Tell nie," he begged Impulsively. "Grandma educates 'her orphaned grandchildren and then turn u out of her overfull nest to muke our own way. My 'way' wa to be mush? fume, success, you understand, waiting In the world outside. I have Just two dollars left. I'm going to stop at a Y, W.' tonight, and tomorrow go out and look for an ordinary Job. The trouble Is, I dun t know a thing In the world but music," "Your name?" the man asked, "won't you tell me )our nnme?s "llurnle," answered the girl, her sweet face grew wistful. "Hark In grandma's cottage they call me " The window- . Budweiser Everywhere ANHEUSER-BUSC- INC. ST. LOUIS Crab Orchard Bottling Co. Crab Orchard, Kentucky about be taken off storage two weeks before planting. The best seed piece are medium sized and free from scurf and scab. Soaking f the seed for from one and to two hours before it is cut in a solution made of four ounces of corrosive sublimate and 30 gallon of water mixed In anything but a metal container, is an extra precaution Lagainst Care is these diseases. necesmry in handling the solution as corrosive sublimate is a deadly poison. After the seed is dried, it should be cut into block)- - pieces having one or two strong eyes and as much of the potato with them as possible. In planting, it is well to remember that freshly manured ground is apt to encourage the growth of scab. Testa have shown that it Is best to drop one seed piece in a place and to apace the pieces about ten to 14 inches apart. From the time that the plants first come through until the top cover the ground, they should be given thorough cultivation. should one-hal- DUtrlbuton hr Second Crop of Spuds Will Be Planted Soon The planting of Kentucky's second crop of potatoes will begin about July 10th and continue throughout the month, according to A. J. Olney, potato specialist at the College of Agriculture. The Dull Moose, Green Mountain and Rural Ilussett varieties nre best planted about July 15th, in this state while early varieties, mich as Irish Cobbler and Karly Ohio, can be planted as late as August 1st, or even later If grown for seed, he said. Planting the spuds on a piece of mill that has not grown potatoes for two or three years has been found to be a good practice in increasing the average yield. This lesen the of the potatoes becoming scabby. It is advisable to plow the land and do the initial harrowing at least two weeks before planting time. In order to allow- - the tubers to got into growing condition, the seed ty - Best way to pay fir HOME. Best nu-a- hrnXwit for SURPLUS FUNDS on City Propertyjonly. Ask the man who has payed for his Jhome through the Building and Loan Association ; $1,000 TO LOAN Lancaster Building & Loan Ass'n J. E. FUkkuw, Prestfal. Miss Sie Sktlfcy Masw, Stcly-Trea- Todd Jersey Owners Will Boost Dairy Improvement Mar-got.- POSITS. 4 PER CENT ON TIME AND SAVINGS DE- The Garrard Bank & Trust Go LANCASTER, KY. the United State and all foreign countries. Wo sell travelers Cheques, which are good in leaden attended. Lively interest being taken in a purebred pig club recently organized in Leslie county marks the latest step being taken in that section for Improved live stock, County Agent Farm boys and T. L. llritton says. girl in the county will feed 20 pigs, 10 of which are purebred I'oland Chinas, during the summer as their Junior agricultural club project. Funn boy and girls In Todd county are showing increused interest in junior agricultural club work, County Agent I. C. Graddy report. In 1021, only 35 member were enrolled while thl year approximately 125 already have been enrolled to carry on some definite farm or home With a sudden gesture she tossed hat and cloak to n chair. "I'll get out my tea wagon and hate leu. And you'll stay? It will lie n sort of celebration, lung Ihe the the old tenant new.'' Some new. Ini'Xpllralile desire held longingly In the gti)ty Jack Thor cushioned chair. I'm liiotalllng a new music store rlelit here In Cooper road," lie told her later, "and with your etperlence along that line, I'd be glad tn ofTer you a position In If. It might do for a time, Murgot." Die name cuuie naturally, "and )ou could then continue on ou have made. In Iht little home Your piano could be brought back tomorrow. The new tenant declines the old." And Margoi happily agreed. Now grandma, proud ami gratified, tell the folks of Linden Vllluge how Margot gue up her promled career for lore, with Ihe sating grace that she married "n uiustc ma a." Following the recent organization of the Todil County Jersey Breeders' Association with ten charter members, Interested fanner and dairymen in that section of the State have set about to carry out n definite program for the improvement of their herds, according to K. M. Prewitt, dairy extension specialist of the Col lege of Agriculture. Their program include the pledg ing of a carload of Jersey to be cent to the coming State Fair, increused support for boy' anil girl' dairy calf clubs, the introduction of more purebred sire and the elimination of scrubs and grades, increased advertising and the teting of more cow for Itegiter of Merit classification. This last point I to be given special attention in view- - of the fact that Todd and Christian county dairymen already have sold more than 120,000 worth of stock as the result of testing which they have done under direction of the college. W. S. Wuller, Trenton, is president of the new association while Norton Grath, also of Trenton, secretary. 1 If wc continuo in our present American course, the time may come when tho more incompetent a man is the better qualified he will be for filling public office In some of our large cities. W. 0. RIGNKY W. B. DICKERS0N W. O. RIONEV OfflcelPhoae 18. & CO. Funeral Directors arid Embalmers Residence Phone 33 Lancaster, - Kentucky. The Contral Record, Lancaster, KyThursday, June 29 1922. The Day That STATE EDITORS Meet Today at Crab Orchard For a Three Days SPECIAL PRICES ON Never Dies No day of the Christian calendar is on a par with that of BOILED HAM Christmas, but next to it the Session f Fourth of July is the one most indelibly fixed in the minds of SPLENDID PROGRAM ARRANGED nil American people. . It signifies LIBERTY, and The 53rd annual liberty is our most cherished meeting of the Kentucky Press Association will be held Thursday, FriInheritance, bequeathed to us day, Saturday 20, 30 and by our sturdy forefathers and July and at Crab .June Orchard Springs 1st, maintained by our strength and Indication! are that this meeting will be one of the belt in the history and determination. July Ith is n great day for of the Association. An unusually Hag waving, speech making, Interesting program has been prc DISTRIBUTORS, pared, and editor from all over the and and general jollification. It is State have promised to bo on hand our method of signifying our Thursday afternoon, when the first undiminished admiration of business session will be held, says and gratitude to the heroes of Secretary Alcock, in Danville Dally 177G who won imperishable Meiscnger. HMk.,.!' Qnrtn. Th. r.l. GET IT JUST PHONE iame oy ireeing our struggling; mnatrmrnt , planning to cntrrta.n colonies from the oppressive the State editors In fine fashion and See them before you buy. the program will include some promt rule of n foreign king. Great events of history be nent speakers from various parts of the country. Senator J. S. Haselden, come dim in the minds of men of Crab Orchard, will deliver the ad as time flies on, but Indepen- dress of welcome Thursday afternoon dence Day remains ever green and Mr. W. L. Dawion, president of in memory and the deeds of its the K. P. A., will respond. Following the appointment of committees "Live and Let Live Folkt." creators never die. and the report of the secrctary-treadescribing the meeting. Music and Attention, Americans! DC IE urer, there will be a number of Held dancing will be features of the meetRight hand, Salute! sport pulled off by Col. Clarence K. ing, and the splendid dinners, already Woods, of Richmond, Ky., made famous at Crab Orchard, will t and a life member of the Association. be greatly enjoyed. The Central Record receipts. But that would only The Wh OS And serve to increase the doubt. Thursday evening there will be a Yaar. 50 TO LOAN ON FARMS limed Weskli-- . Tax receipts are very decepThe What's smoker and dance. Tired, overworked, men Pajrabl in Adsanes. The program Friday morning In and women find in Tanlac just what tive and misleading. Everybody talks of the whys eludes address J. E. ROBINSON. Editor. There is, however, one way and the wherefores, but not al Jenningsan Price, of by Hon. William they need to regain health and Danville, former strength. 5 -2 2 Stormes Drug Store. It. Mgr. in which a solution to the prob R. L. ELK IN'. Local Editor and ways do we consider the who's Minister Plenipotentiary to Panama, lem could be found. Let them and the whnts. who will speak on "Viewed From a Sue Shelby Mason A Toast To Water Entered at the Tost Office in emulate Andrew Carnegie and In nclf ntfni fnr Inonl im. Distance." Editor L S. Fitxhugh, Mall s Ky., as l.oan Agrnt and Abstractor nf thn Wtlmnri rnt.rnriiii. n- ill talk Mr. Toastmasler, Ladles give away their wealth. and Matter. provementa the most vital of ' on ..Som VrnMrmt , , Vnn. County Gentlemen: You Court House LANCASTER, have asked me to Then the ribbon could go to nil considerations are WHO 6 15 If KY. Seat and Col. E. respond to the toast, 'Water the the one who coughs up the will get the benefit and WHAT WoodsEditor." discuss "AClarence will Publicity purest and best of all things that ' lj THE AMERICAN PHE33 ASSOCIATION TtlllMIIIIIIH most. Tax," .Mr. Henry Schott, vice presi- - created. I want to sny to you that! will be the results. These are important ques dent nml general manager of the I have seen it glisten In tiny tear fccsntisi is nrvrr Juicy to the ear 1922 LMcuier, lr, Jim 29. uon i oe too nasty m con Seaman Paper Co., Chicago, a man drops on the sleeping lids of infants. Hut is not invlvrl. demning the fellow whose con- tions which should be upper- of national reputation, will deliver I have seen it trickle down the bluih They are an address on the subject of "Adver- Ing cheeks of youth, and go in rushSome ppopir Mir pray until tfcry Rate For Political Announcements. science troubles him. Possibly most in our minds. questions which should be tising Agents and Publishers." ing torrents down the wrinkled get Into a tight place, and then they For Precinct and City Office. $ 5.00 he is to be admired. On Friday afternoon Mr, have seen 10.00 For County Offices Wherever there is a normal satisfactorily answered before Bayley, the man who gets up Malcolm cheeks of age. I polished ft in tiny ran only cuss. the col. like diamonds any action is taken. For State and District Offices. 15.00 mind there is supposed to be a umn in the Louisville known morning sun burst In 1 .10 For Calls, per line Let us continue to strive for as "From Mills PointTimesJhe II ig when the glory conscience. But many of them to splendent over the eastern hills. .10 . For Cards, per line YOU SAVE THE do not function. Some, appar- the upbuilding of this commun Sandy," will tell the editors about I have seen it In the rushing stream For all publications in the interently, have even ceased to ex- ity, but in the crystalization of his column. Mr. Hayley is quite rippling over pebbly bottoms; in the est of individuals or expresDIFFERENCE our efforts let us go beyond popular with the country editors and river rushing over precipitous falls' sion of individual views, per ist. In it mad race to Join the mighty, the whys and the wherefores a speaker of ability. line .10 A' conscience Hi miners to llie is a trouble-rom- e pound Mr. Russell Dyche, editor of the ocean, on whose broad bosom tloat Obituaries, per line ...... .05 100 cents to the IJollnr thing when it is in good inc wnos ana tne wnnta are Sentinel-Echo- , of London, Ky., will the battle fleets of all nations and lend a discussion of "Job the commerce of the world but. working order. It is forever of greater import. Best Grade Flour 95c Printing," and Prof. M. V. Atwood, ladles and gentlemen, I want to say Announcement interfering with some long of Cornell University, Ithaca. N. Y.. to you now that as a beverage it's a Men's Suits, $12. to We are authorized to announce cherished plan or pet project. Only a Trifle is expected to deliver an address of damn failure. Exchange. Hon. Ralph Gilbert a candidate to When we want to lull it to $17. all Wool Some days have passed now "President Tendencies In the Coun-tr- y succeed himself in Congress, subject You can bring the color to your ."leep it insists upon remaining since J. P. Morgan and his Newspaper Field." R. J. ENGLE to the action of the Democratic priThe feature of the program Friday cheek and the sparkle of health to wide awake. syndicate of bankers refused mary, August C, 1922. Near Depot I.nnrnster.Ky Hence we kick it, and cuir it, to sanction a German loan, yet afternoon is the awarding of prizes In your eyes by taking Tanlac. the newspaper contests. Prof. Enoch It) Stormes Drug Store and trample upon it until it be wiitMiiim Grcham, of of uniy a lew snort years ago comes blunted and calloused it has failed to create even n Journalismhead the the DepartmentKen University of at rfpple of excitement, either of the "shirt sleeve diplomacy" from incessant abuse. tucky, has offered cash prises for the) chagrin or relief. of our American diplomats best newspaper In State, And then it droops and fades The reason for our sublime lowing an address the the and fol. abroad was secretly ridiculed nway, and we, being emanci on subject ofi by foreign nations. Now it is pated, proceed to prosper in indifference? The amount was "My Ambition for the Country too insignificant. Only a pal Press," will announce the winners in' openly emulated by the wisest the world of material affairs. Aik your neighbor try billion dollars, or three the contest. Prof. Atwood will Judge of them all. The pygmy inj about the hundred billions of German the papers. variably envies the giant who Following the business session j The more a girl pulls a marks at the present rate of De Laval Separator has grown beyond reach. more field sports, foot races, swimyoung man's leg while single foreign exchange. ming ami diving contests, etc, w'l, The most desirable of repu- the tighter he will draw the Trifles never bother us. take place, prizes being offered in ' each contest. tations arc the easiest to lose. purse strings after marriage. Friday evening at 6:30 o'clock the It requires years of correct It is his only method of eveYou can make no mistake in fol Crab Orchard Hotel management will TrCRE ait pcUUr s mW U tas 2JOO.00O aai living to bring them up, and ning up the score. Jowing the, advice of millions who give the editors a banquet. Mr E. snora isun ol D Lal Cnsa Sicaistan ihl The average young man have been restored to health and hap but an incautious moment to Yo jrsur aofUwitani ltd iSoa br tb mm A. Jonas, of the Louisville Herald. sJsd oa It Icacs er Ui tsU "W. m lU with a best girl has to cough piness by Tan lac. destroy them. will be the toa.ttmnster, and toasts t Ot Lsttl Cm Srpwtlor." Stormes Drug Store. will be delivered by E.Htors Desha, Too many men seem to for- up lively these days. He has (It.) II Am wA tw iK ptnrj arOud llreckinridge, of the Lexington Her get that they are judged not by to put up a front in order to otttf Mxalirf, si snil ff m to talk to mmm U Omm Ds Ut4IU.cn. Ail lU i tf Ds U.d stuns ald, and Harry' (iiovannoli, of the "DULLARD" what they really are ,but by outdistance his rivals and reuJimiiii imt Hrtio. Ai tixa otn. tOT tmriiIm Lexington Leader, and Senator Has. in the running. psowsaib; aW Ds Lsni wtsnag ( stkit. what they seem to be. Their main elden. Fef krry Jfti lU Ds LsttI Csapssf Uvt Ud Coughing up is his specialty, Cincinnati University's Slow The actions and their words are last business session will take CMsas HSssalM iaywH. Tan Ml U a itsso and many girls are experts in Pupil Sells Invention far U tamml Mtufxtna wUch the Ds Latl gma place on Saturduy morning, when Mr. the only things that count. H. F. Forgey, of Ashland, will talk The little things of life arc leading him up to the cough-crFor $50,000 on ."Recruiting Mechanical Emof vast importance. They instudent ployees," and Mr. Carl A. Hummel, Ocorge Sperti, i!3.year-oli- l But it don't pay the girl. dicate the character that lies of 'tilling his leg for endless at the University of Cincinnati and will the Jelfersontown Jeffersonian, beneath the polished surface, lend a discussion on regarded n n "hopcles dullard" by and it is from them that the treats may be great sport while his professor in the electrical engi "How to Get and Hold Advertising." most lasting impressions are it lasts, but it don't last long neering department, uitely sold all Prizes in the job printing contest and it leaves a bad impression. rights to n new type of electric meter, will be awarded, follower! by the anformed. nual election of officers ami adjourn Even a very young matt his invention, for $50,000. A sanctimonious countenDean Hermann Schneider, of the ment. looks beyond the day when the ance is not indicative of a clean Special Features ' college of engineering, has announcheart. It is a cloak under preacher ties the knot. , The entertainment this year prom ed this fact, declaring that Sperti, .Maidenhood do no less. which many disreputable who is working his way through ises to be feature of the meeting We arc settltiK aside the month of JULY FOR school, perfected the Invention and Clarence E. Woods, former mayor of deeds are performed. A city exchange remarks sold it without confiding In any one. Richmond and a life member of the A cheerful smile, u truthful tongue and an honest heart arc that some towns spend more Schneider received a letter from Kentucky Press Association, who time in sounding their slogans the company which purchased the lives in Florida, but who is spending all that any person requires. him on the summer at Crab Orchard Springs, invention congratulating Character is built from these thon they do in cleaning their turning out pupils of the calibre of has been asked to take charge of the SPECIAL ATTENTION, SPECIAL SERVICE Harold Sperti. He did not know social features and promises someand reputation is but the after- streets. It is quite true, to the detri- Sperti and Investigated. When he thing very interesting He is a past AND SPECIAL PRICES Kiven to nil iironpuctH clurlnjr math of character. ment of the towns. Glowing asked a professor in the electrical master at the Job and will keep things this month. If you fail to call tin for your SeparaQuite a discussion is spring- slogans cause the stranger to engineer department who Harold moving every minute. Prize will be tor wants you will he sorry. offered to men, women and children ing up as to who is our richest expect something out of the or- Sperti was, the professor replied: Call, come or write "A hopeless dullard who is Hunk-In- in running races, swimming conman. Some hand the palm to dinary, and when he learns his out In practically everything." tests, bowling, etc. The ugliest John D., while others claim mistake his interest ceases to Dean Schneider wrote the com- .editor, as well as the handsomest, pany asking officials their reasons will be given u prize, and the hapthat Henry Ford is.entitlcd to exist. the blue ribbon. Fine words on the wings of for the letter of congratulations to piest married couple (apparently) Their reply revealed for the will be presented with a cash prize. One enterprising writer sug- wind travel a long way, but u him. first time Spring manageinvented LANCASTER'S BIGGEST STORE. gests that the question bo set- clean street leaves a more last- an entirely that Sperti had electrical The Crab Orchard prize of a week' new type of ment i offering a tled by reference to their tux ing impression. meter and sold It to them for 150,000. board for the best article published Champion VEAL LOAF Mowers Hay MINCED HAM Thomas Rakes Staple and Fancy Groceries 20-YO- U'LL tll CONN BEOS. LJl 6URREY & OULLEY s onev 1- run-dow- n Interest Lan-caite- r, Second-Clas- - dew-dro- re-- round-tabl- e nimiumi t y. round-tabl- e De Laval DE LAVAL Sooner or later you wQl buy a MONTH g HASELDEN BROS. -- BiBBBBSiljiiisSSSSS I The Central Record. Lancastei, Ky.,Thursday, Jijne 29 1922 AGAIN OFFERING TOUWBTBIf 25c 19c TO SHE MfilET 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. Boy Tom Sawyer Suits $2.50 and $3!50 Values MBI"BMMMa whmm ... . I 25c All Silk Crepe de chene Shirtings 95c $2.00 Values '''i Crepe and Nansook Gowns $1.59 $1.25 Values ., 79c mmmmummmmmm sisifsss aHiMHaBMHHHHBMHMMBMMMw White Voil, Madris and Flaxon 50c to $1.00 Values 29c " Gossip About People A flfUl MtntlM i ( tt CmiIum tnt Mr. F. P. Kriible hat hern a re cent visitor in Richmond. Mrs, J. A. Amon hai returned from a few day stay tn Cincinnati. Itev. ami Mr. Harry visiting relative Hudson are in Klemtngsburg. Mr. IJxric Walker and Mr. 0. 0. Hill are vWttng Itlehmend rela. live. Marjery llalleu, of Stanford, i the ttuett of her cousin, Mr. Joe . FrancU. Ml Ml Franei HatJew, of Stanford, ha been 1sltlng her couln, Ml Mary Arnold. Mrs. J. W. Hughes, of Harrods- burtf. wai a recent visiter of Mr J. W. Klmore. Kev. W. B. Hlx and on spent the rt ilay Friday with Mr. and Mr. I'oynter. Mr. Kobert guest at the home of Mr. and Mr. Henry Hurt recently Mi Fx was a peasant Clara Cooper, of Stanford, been visiting MU Ancle Kin. naird on Maple avenue. hn Mr. W. Fox tagon anil children, of Wllkc Itarre, I'd., are guest of her mother, Mr. V 11. Maon. Mr. Uryan Gastinenu, of Frankfort visited hi mother, Mr. Walksr Logan from Saturday until Monday. MiHelen BUsnbcth Sprague, of Louisville, Mr. ami Mrs. W. K. Cook, of Danville, wtre m Lancaster Fri-ila- y. Mr. and Mr. Burton Wdnrd l.ttle daughter, Kulfcerlne London, are guests of Mr. Kathrls C, and of Harri. Mr. KiHinn Hlgglnbothum h" turned from Ashcvllle, K. C where she ha beon spending the winter month and Mr. Will Harri. of Lexington, were In l.ancater for the s funeral of their father, Judge K. W. .Mr. Ham. Mr. L. H. Conn, af Danville, attended the party given at the home .f .Mr .ami Mr. Henry Hurt Friday evening. Mitt Mary Owiley left lot for Lexington, where she will take u special courie, in the tummer week school. Mr, Martha Price Friibie ha retay with turned from n ploaiant nd .Mr. Mary Mr. Mattle Price Prlc in Danville. M.m Annie. Horndon ,who ho been the gueit of her aunt, Misses Knte and Lillian Kinnnlrd, hn returned to Wiuhington, D. C. Mr. and on 'the Stanford pike. Prtonbcrg, have been with their parent, Mr. and Mr. J. U. llourne, Mr. Frank Judy, of pr. und Mr. J. M. Stnughton, who hare been visiting her mother, Mr. HVA. I. Mnrkibury, left Monday for a'vi.t to Mr. and Mr. A. Howard lite, In Parktburg, W Va., before rc'iurnliu: to their home In Covington. Master Frnnk Allen Foter I viml-- f Mr and Mm. George Harris, of Mr. Lil ard Mile, of Nicholasvllle. Atlanta, Ga., win called here the made a recent visit to Mm. A. C. ting his uncle, Mr. James Fester. pait week ly the death of their Mile and Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Mil Kate Holtzclaw . attending father, Judge K. W. Harri. the summer Normal rclMfol at ItlchMr. Claude Wherritt, who ha been Mr. Mae Hughes Noland ha re mond. rioting hi parent, Mr. and Mr. turned home after a delightful two Mi! Annie Holtxrlaw ha taken Tom Wheritt, 'ha returned to hit week' viit to her on, Kobert No. up D & D work under Mi Carter at land, in Atlanta. home in New Orlean, I.a. Stanford. Mr. and- Mr. George Saunders, J. W. Swope wa delegate from The Misses Warren, of Stanford, who have been the gueit of Mr. and (jarrard County, who attended the their aunt, Mi. pent Tuesday Mr. Tom Wherritt left Friday for Inst annual Legion meeting held in Jennie Duncan. with Danville the past week. their home in Kvanivllle, Ind. Mrs. J. C. Kobinion returned TuesKlliott and Duncan Hasrl-de- n Friends will be glad to learn of the Julian day from suveral week's vii't to relaare in Lexington attending the rapid recovery of Mr. K. D. Ulanton, tive in Lexington. being who I convnletcing from an operasecond annual Junior Week tion several week ago. held at 'he College of Agriculture. Mr. W. S. llourne has returned home after a visit to Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mr. Hubert Carter enLee Hudion, who ha Mir Itarbara John Underwood, of Danville. been the gueit of her brother, Kev. tertained at a family dinner WednesHarry Hudson and Mr. Hudion. ha day of lat week in honor of Memrs. Mrs. W. J. Wllion, of Bowling Phil and Dan Prather, of Illinois. returned to her home in Fleming-burGreen, i expected for a vitt to her Mr. and Mr. J. K. Mount. Mr. and Mr. W. It. I)ueron and parenti, Mr."J. K. Vanllui, Mi Margue- on, Will T., of Wellington, Kana, Mr. George Wood and daughter, rite Hurt and Christine Humbcr arc expected real oon for a viiit to of Stanford, have been recent "vii- motored to Stanford Thursday and ,her iter, Mr. It. l Hagan and fam tor of her mother, Mr. Swinebroad. were guet of Mr. and Mr. M. S. "y. Mi Cecil Ilateon at home from Ilurmide. Miiwes Maude Arnold, of Stanford, Staunton, Va., where the ha been Mr. J. K. Vanllui and daughter, Blanch and Ida Speake, of Marks attending school during the past year, Marguerite Veil and Ml Hurt bury, have retimed to their homes Major and Mr. W. IL Collier leave motored to Louiville, Pcrryville and after a visit with Mlue Llda Mae for Washington City tomorrow, after Harrodiburg and viited their friend, and Alice Kay. spending several weeks with Mr. and Mr. Josephine Grave. Mr. Kobert Ilrewer and children Mr. J. K. Kobinson. meeting of arrived lait week from their home The regular bunne Mr. and Mrs. Kpharim P. Ilrown the Order of Kastcrn Star will be in Chelea, Okla., to tpend the summer with Mrs. Ilrewer' parent, Mr. have returned from a visit to Mrs. held Tuesday evening, July 4th, at mother, Mr. Kliznbeth Col-I'H o'clock at the Masonic, temple. and Mr. J. J. Walker. Simpson, in Lexington. Let all member be prcicnj. Mr. und Mr. Frank Martin and Mr. and Mr. Alex WaUer and l'rof. C. G. Crook, of Danville, baby daughter, Mary Kstill, arrived Atlanta lait Sunday and will daughter, Mis Virginia Pearl, of tUI.l the Presbyterian pulpit Sunday from during the absence of Kev. Hudion, ipend the summer with Mr.. Martin' Oklahoma, are gueit of Mr. Walker' mother, on Stanford rtreet. who preached in Flemmingtburg, at father, Capt. T. A. F.lkin. the "Home Coming" Sunday. Mrs, L. N. Miller nul little daughLittle Ml;se LouUo and Francis K. Dulln. of Lexington, Tr.bble Arnold, who have been visi- ter, Anna Wage", have been vUiting Mr. C. They .Mr. and her parent., in Itlchmond. Dr. John Herring, of Georgetown, ting their grandparent., Mr .and Mr. Snm Johnston, of St. Mr. K. L. Hngan, for several weeks were accompanied home by Mil Petersburg, Pia., were dinner guest returned to their home lnt Thursday. Leona.Gntt. of Mr. and Mr. Hourne last ThursMr. ami Mr. I.oyd llourne and Little Anne Johnon llourne day. lnt Saturday to make her heme daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Milton and little daughter, Virginia Mi Mary Klmore, of this city, left with Mr. and Mr, itrmlley Iteurne, last Thursday for Fort Amador, on the Lexington road near Ver- llourne, were gueit Sunday of Mr. Canal Zone, Panama, where she will satile. Mother nnd baby are doing nnd Mrs. John Underwood of Danville. spend the lunimer month with her fine. Istcr, Mr. Kobert Turley and CapU Miss F.velyn Daniel and Mr, KobMr. and Mr. J. J Walker celeTurley. ert Hagan left Monday for the Lea- brated their fiftieth anniversary with gue Conference at Somerjot, where n family dinner party Monday nt Mis Margaret Hughes, the churm. ilnughter of Mr. and Mr. It. K. they were sent as delegate from the their home on Lexington avenue. A ing Hughe, of .Louisville entertained Kpworth League of the Methodiit course menu wa served and the affair proved u most enjoyable one. with a delightful Informal party Sat- church. urday evening at the home of her Mr. Mildred Logon, of Cnmp NelMr. Klchard Graham left yesteruunt, Mr. Mnry Logan, on Danville son, who ha been visiting Mr. It. day for her home in Orilln Ontario, avenue. U Hngnn and family wenj to after a month' visit with her brother, lait Thursday for a visit to Kev, Wm. K. Kix. She wn accomMr. and Mr. Wade Hush, Mr. and Mr. Cox and daughter, Christine, all Mr. Walter Arnold before returning panied to Ashtabula, Ohio, 'by Mr. !Ux, who will visit her father and of St. LouU, will arrive this week to her home. other relative near that city bringing with them the remain ef Mr. and Mr. Kobert tiulloy, Mis Mi Bessie llmh, which will be buri-- i lleiMic tSulley, Mr. and Mr.. Jo A very beautiful social atfnir of ed in the family lot In the Lancaster (iulley and children, of Cnmp Diek the past week wa the bn Ire cemetery. Kobinson, were guwits Sunday of given Saturday evening by Mr. J. K. Dr. and Mr. J .H. Kinnnlrd enter- Mr. A. C. M:iea nnd Mr. nnd Mr. Klmore, at her home in "Hill Court" in honor of Mr. Klmer Hoyden, of tained at u drriciuus course dinner Hubert Carter. Texas. The room were decorated Friday evening, at their home on Mi Martha CHI is expected home with lovely flowers und after the enMaple nvenue in honor of Mil Anthi week from Denver, Colorado, joyable game delieiou refreshments nie Herndon, of Washington City, Mr. where she has been with her ulster, were served. There were s'xtccn and Mr. Dave Walker, of Winn- who hn been ver guests present. Mr. Chri Farrie, bnro, S. C. lowly Improving much to ill, but i Mr. J. B, Klmnro entertained with the gratification of her many Iin-castThe following people enjoyed n friends. piVnie ut Hagan' pond last Wednesn bridge party Monday evening at her home in "Hill Court." It wn Friday, June -- 3, a very pleasant day: Mr. William Kay, Mr. William n beautiful and delightful event, and ltroadu.4, of Kirksville, Mr. nnd Mrs. lawn party wa given at the beautithe hostei was ilunted In receiving llngan und son, Marion Gar- ful country home of Mr. and Mr. ..Smith and entertaining by her mother, Mr. nett, Mr. Murcu White and chilHenry Hurt, in honor of their grandLuther Gibbi. daughters, MImcs Gertrude and Nell dren, Mr. and Mr. Willie Long, Mr. llroadu. Vanllui, of Delias, Texas. About Johnbaby, .Mciwr.Mr. Miley ileaxley Margaret Hall, Mai 'JO couple attended and were enter- and Llda Urnadui, Margie nnd Koto tained with music on the piano and and Warren nnd Walter Conn. cry Mi JV Wj'VV "' guitar. Kefreihmcnts consisting of ha n part in the photo play, cake und Ice cream wa served. At coner "Knnnv" which ha heen rtmnlllL' v. a late hour they taken their deparCar of frtih burned lime juit In. eral week at the Strand Theatre In ture expressing themselves as .having Limp tcnJi to prevent ditcal. a most delightful time. Hudion & Farnau. Cincinnati. g. 1 er d Ko-Hai le i Frw-rln- m The Sunday School picnic, held nt the Club Houfe on Tuesday thi The Woman' MIionary Society week wn a very pleasant occasion met at Freedom Kaptlst chUrch Satfor all who attended. Plenty of M. with urday. June .,2nd., nt 2:30 P. good eat, with sociability, nnd fair eleven member and five visitors weather. preecnt. Dues paid were I2.CS. Do not forget the Young People' The program wa. very interesting. 11 Sunday morning Mr. Lizzie Sebastian wa leader. .service next special invitation Iat exo'clock. A The subject wa "Courage." pended to all to attend this service After singing "God Will Take Care of You" and "What a Friend We and all Baptists are nsked to unite in con-- , Have in Jesui," each member gave Church fellowship with us on fession of faith or by letter. reading on the subject. Then folChurch visitors will be calling in lowed a long season of prayer. Af I itv vuiiiiiiuiiiij tiua nivn uiwii tiivei- ter several comments on the subject, who are by preference anil those a p.cture of the Baptist Woman's Missionary Union Trnlning School at holding church letters from Baptist Louisville, was presented to the so- churches in other communities. We ciety. This wa very highly appre- bepeak a cordial welcome on behnlf who will do the calling. ciated a it shows only a small part of thine The July business meeting of the of what the W. M. U. in the State church will be held at the church next i doing. In this school women are Saturduy afternoon at 2 P. M. Some trained to do missionary work, and important busincs will come up for many, of them go to foreign countries discussion and u large attendance of to do this work. member is requested. The society will meet again SaturThe Young People' meetings nt day, July 22nd., at 2:30 P. M. Miss 6:1 ly and 7 P. M. The preaching Viola Prewitt will lead. Subject. service nt 7:40, subject, "Why The "Meditation on Jesus." All the Kingdom Tnrric." Thi is the third member nnd many visitor are ex pected to come out as this will be meisago in the series on the Lord's) prayer. An urgent invitation i exthe last meeting before the revival tended to all to attend our services. A special program will be rendered. May the Master looking, see the Whether they are war profiteers, faithfulness of those who hold this peace profiteers, or just plain vulgar name above every name und may profiteer, they are a menace to the He, above all .not be disappointed in future prosperity of the country and us. should be treated ns such. The Sunbeams met at Ninn school house Juno 10th., at 2:30 P. M. Mis Success comes to him who earns it, Nellie Sebastian lead the meeting. grabs it, and holds onto it. There were 13 members present. Due. paid were 30 cents. Mis Kttn Chance will lead the next meeting. The subject will bo "The Good Samaritan." British Hcuie of Lords. John Wilson Croker. In a teller written shortly lefore IiIm ...iiIIi In 1M7. mentions that going out to the lord from ilm common one owidtu: lie noticed, u ii fact, "mil iiHini4irtiiiit to eoiiMlttitloNiil hlMory." Hun every one of tlio ;sil Hvrx ibi n Miuil Kit witli hliu in tin-- 1hhm- - r common. "It show." h,. Mty. "If .npletely the Imhim of commotio ! Iieeu ltu nt the licuio f There nre UMiitlly in I ho hmi or iiliotit '.ixi peers who have wi in t ti house of common. iH-.- ni W M II And Sunbeams Baptist Church News Arch Shoe Preserver For the Perfect Foo- tYon who have perfect feet quite likely do not appreciate the fact. You have always had them you see no reason why your feet diould fail you. Yet seven Icopleout of every ten have weak or fallen arches. Value your jcrfcct foot and keep it perfect for all times wear the ARCH PRESERVER SHOE with the concealed bridge which comfortably and properly bupports and keeps the arch in normal shape. GINGHAM AND ORGANDY lrt If your feet arc perfect the ARCH PRESERVER SHOE will keep them perfect, if they are not, this shoe will help them. W There U u dainty, little glrllnh charm about tlils unusual frock uiadu of Klnglium und trimmed with organdy. It shows the genius of an expert Organdy tin ml t tii tr fiimlllur iiiutcrinl. makes the narrow, plaited frills tliut mlorn the skirt und llulsli the neclc and sleeves. Narrow Imndu of !t slip under slide of glnifham on the bodice mid tie ut Vuch side. JAS. W. SMITH xllAIUNUSCi. m The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday, June 29, 1922 1 THE NEW HOME t IIU. r McClor Mppr njwl for thre nwki, ver since Tom nml Ihiroih)' had left on n luu trim with Hit' other children gone. II linl while Tom uml not been so til wife wore In the home. There wus young life nml laughter, nml four to exchange eiterlenci- - at every tneiil, Dinner, never had heeii ilull, then. Kven .Mother llnteman' broken teacup seemed Important with Dot to sympathise. Since Ihelr tleimrture echoes rang rooms. through the large, I'nther ami mother took to sitting In the dining room evening. Today ench knew thut climax whs nt hand. "Say, mother." It was father who began It. "Can't you think of anything lesldes that kltrhenr Seem to me, after nil these year yon might hnve something else to talk nttout." "You areu't particularly lnteretln yourself, a, going to mid fro the wny you d nil ilny. I ahould think yiHi liim-Mi- nic Father nml Mother Hntetusn looked at each other irmi the llliie tntile set for two. Just so they til Itwkiil 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. -- might" "Now, Sally, don't I turn dow n I'lne eu-r- day to make variety?" He brought a sudden IW to the table. "Ttip trouble with us I, we're got Into n rut! We've thought of nothing but I tune children, and now they want their own home. They don't want to alt every day at nur table, listening to our prosing, or helping with your dishes) ; no. I'M wanta dishes of her own. We thought Tom would nlwaya lire with u In this big house, but they went off this way to sort of break the hoek. Well, u far a I'm concerned, It'a broken. When Tom and Iorothy come back, they nre going to their own home I" Mother Hntemnn ant down Ix'fore the piano after a hasty glance over her ahoulder, then rose to abut the hall door, glad tin one could aee how foolish she was. Then the Hit on the old (tool, and her fingers found the note of "Hohln'a Heturn." She ("topped, a little scandalized at these old mem ories, and took up a modern piece of mualc left there by Dorothy. She tried a few bar; It wasn't to Imiwwslble. "I belters I'll take It up again." ahe thought, nnd went about her work with new courage. A daring thought struck her. Tom waa the only son within miles. Those children of hers had atartled her nl moat aa much by their wide flights In search of fortune, as ducklings startle a mother hen. Fred's room, for Instance. Fred was Idea oc A revolutionary In China. curretl to her; why keep things ns they had always been? There was pioneer spirit In Mother Ilateman, but she had been too busy to give It a heurlvg. When pa came home to dinner. Moth er Ilateman seemed eager nnd eicltoL "What's happened, ma? Somebody left you a fortune?" She laughed. "No, pa, I Just had a sudden Idea." "Goodness gracious, Sally, It must be some Idea to make your eyes shine like that." "It Isn't; we'd ought to have thought of It long ago. How long; are those children going to be gone? Two weeks more? Well, Jim, I was looking the house ovrr nnd It seems to ine It would take mighty little filing to make upstair Into a first rate little apartment, sll by Itself. Jim, let' do It, nnd hnve It ready when they come home. Jim looked at his wife with new In terest. "Sally," he said, "ysiu'ro a wonder I I'll speak to Itrnwn and Kogers on my way down town", There was plenty to talk about during the next ten days and two unlimited "old folk" met Tom und hi wlfn at tho station. It waa the young folks who seemed spiritless. "Well," said pa, "I suppose you children will go house hunting tlrst thing." "Oh, I don't know," Tom spoke with reidgnatlou. "Dot and I were reading ads alt the way down, and there Isn't a thing where wo want to live. I guesi we'll settle down with you; hey, moth street Instead of Chestnut other technical terms don't insure you all the pep, power, mileage, safety and satisfaction you are entitled to in a motor fuel or lubricant. But the word "Standard" does. And that's why it is the d and the stand-b- y of the biggest users of gasoline and oils everywhere. High-soundin- g buy-wor- You can't "spoof " the big users. They know the dependability of the Standard Oil products and the responsibility of the Company back Gasoline that it is universally called "The Perfect Motor Fuel." It's even better than the requirements specified by the U. 3. Government. New Crown is made right here in Kentucky by a Kentucky firm, the Standard Oil Company (Kentucky) in its own refinery at Louisville, from which ycu get it fresh at all times a firm that for 36 years has been a vital part of the business activities of the state of Kentucky people. of them. They know that if there were a better gasoline than New Crown or a better motor oil thar Polarine, the Standard Oil Company would have it for them. But "there aint no sich animal' no matter who says there is. So good, so uniform, so dependable and so economical is New Crown and the economical life of its Don't be " Spoof cd-B-uy back of which satisfaction. the "Always Reliable" Standard Oil Products is a responsibility that is your guarantee of maximum pep, power, safety and And buy them from these, your own home dealers: CROWN New Crown Gasoline, Polarine Oils'and Greases, er?" "Well," said Mother ltateniau, doubtfully. "We'll see; there's nn apartment on our street, separate front door and electricity, for u pretty reasonable sum. I'd hae more time If yu children were out of the way." Tom looked at her In astonishment. Ilu hail never heurd her tulk like that before. Hut they were stopping at the door, pud nothing could be said or done until they were aiifely III the house. "Why, why U this where the apartment Is?" For when there had btw ono front door, twu stood In friendly rivalry, waiting for the tourli of the proper key. "Dud," cried Tom, "I wished I the old houel Oune on. Dot. we can pi ore later; let' carry mother In t Upper." With iulck understanding Duty miule a chair nnd picked up the Hushed little lady, ulne hair whs silver under her but. "Queen live." they said, "let us wait on you thU ouce. and tomorrow we shall Invite you to our own little home, lie sure ami ring the bell Now, then, hurrah, for the best parent two eople a5. .ram win nr-s- a ar GASOLINE AND POLARINE DEALERS STANFORD AND LANCASTER, KY. Conn & Conn, Lancaster, Ky. S. It. Foley, Hockley, Ky. Iluiii-Garage, Stanford, Ky. Little & Ramsey, Manse, Ky, Watkins Motor Co., Stanford, Ky. T. II. Kuhltnan, Lowell, Ky. Alison Conlcy, Stanford, Ky. O. N. Hatfield, llettit, Ky. Wright 4 Noe, Stanford. Ky. Crab Orchard Springs Hotel Co., Grab chard, Ky. J. U. tawrencr, Stanford, Ky. Ky W. C. Cummins, Stanford Service Station, Stanford, Ky. Service Oarage, Crab Orchard, Ky. J. M. Sanders & Son, Marksbury, Ky. K. C. Howling, Uuena Vista. Ky. V. 0. Murphy, Hubble, Ky. Teatcrsville, Ky. Wm. Slnip-onA. K. Albright, Ilrodhead, Ky. CROWN GASOLINE DEALERS Hatelden tiros., Lancaster, Ky. Patrick & Son, I'aint Lick, Ky. J.' S. Skinner, Marcellus, Ky. Andenwn Ilros., Stunford, Ky. Becker & Iiallard, Hrynntsville, Ky. Crab Orchard Motor Co., Crab Orchard, Noah Marsee, Jr., Hryantsville, Ky. T. it. Taylor, Crab Orchard, Ky. Gujj Ilros. Garage, Ilrodhead, Ky. J. K. Anderson, I'oint Leavell, Ky. POLARINE DEALERS v. Askins & Moberly, McCreary, Ky Scott Ilros., Hyattaville, Ky , Or K- -. J i L 'HL.. mat. . UKn i sTvsssssiiT'kisw. New i- A .1 mJ 1 VWA ilk Wlm VAzJ ILTK ever had!" Kkllled lu school cheering, the trre pietmlblo young etple gme It with s will. Oet 'Cm All Worrltd. -- I'm's ilrk V In I "ThHt so? "I'll worrv so. uubod" lied" your mother worried?" f)iHH I'a's (tick he'd Fne CentrahReCord. Lancaster, Ky. Thursday. June 29, MORGAN TYPE IS I 922 THEIR DEBT By MOLLIE MATHER Qj USEFULON FARM Horse Is Gaining in Favor in ers to make the necessary changes in said voting precincts, so as to make said voting precincts conform to the Kentucky Southwest Because of Many Statutes, and said Commissioners having made the following report, said report is adopted, and it is therefore ordered by Sterling Qualities. . the Court that the boundaries of the said voting precincts be changed, and one new precinct created, so that the said voting precincts of Garrard County shall be as follows: Garrard County Court, Regular Term June 20, 1M2. Present Hon. G. M. Treadway, Judge It nppcarlnjf to the Court that some of the voting precincts of Garrard County contain more legal voters thnn la allowed by the Kentucky Statutes, and J. W. Sanders and A. K. Walker having heretofore been appointed as this Court's Commission- New Voting Precints PRECINCT NO. 10, BUENA VISTA ru PfflJUR Stallions NEW ENGLAND BREED Art Btlng Used on Native Liht Marts ta Product Animal That 8atltfles Rancrp-re' ChUf Demands. irrt(tl tr ! C At t'nilta Because of Iti suiwrlority lu activity, hardiness, an. stamina, the Morgan horse. Is Increasing In Kpularity in the Southwest where stallions i( tin- - dreed life being used to improve the suddlM horses on tin range, I'sed on the native llitit iimiti they produce u ur-fu- l animal that satisfies the rancher (iVmniiiU. Good itiwr.i ut Ixr.rtm,' PRECINCT NO. 1, BOONE'S CREEK Beginning at the center of the Public Square In Lancaster; thence with the middle of Lexington Street to the City Limits; thence with the center of the Lexington piketotheThomp Arnold Lane; thence down center of said lane to the middle fork of Sugar Creek; thence down center of snlil middle fork to the North or Robinson fork of Sugar Creek; thence up center of same to Herring hill; thence up Herring hill to Kemper Lane; thence up Kemper Lane to the Lexington pike to the Ilrynntsville Magisterial District boundary line; thence with said boundary line to the Iloyle County line; thence with lloyle County line to the new Danville pike; thece with said pike to the City limits; thence with the center of Danville Street to York Street; thence with center of York Street to Maple nvenue; thence with center of Maple avenue to the alley at back of A. T. Anderson; thence a straight line to center of Public Square, the beginning. PRECINCT NO. 2, WATER WORKS Beginning at center of Public Square at Lancaster; thence a straight l.ne to the crossing of alley hack of A. T. Anderion'a; thence with the center of Maple Avenue to York Street; thence with the center of York Street to Danville Street, thence with the center of Danville Street nnd center of New Punvillc pike to the Iloyle County line; thence with the Uoylc County line to Lincoln County line; thence with Lincoln County line to the Mouth of Water Works Ilranch; thence with the center of Water Work II ranch to Water Works; thence with center of Water Work ttoad to Paulding Street; thence with the center of Paulding Street to Danville Street; thence with center of Danville Street to center of Public Square, the beginning. Isll, kr Mti'lar Ttss had, In the village home wh'ru her stmt hail liequenthed to her, a I sunshiny studio, when? she drew pictures for thi uiagnslnes. Anil though she had n skill nil her own, In depleting the radiance of love In the fares of her Illustration. love Itself won-(IitIii- N,nr sdii Beginning on the Kentucky River at tho mouth of Dix. River; thence up aid river to Tan Yard Blanch; thence with center of said branch with its meanders, to the old stone house where It Intersects with the road IcaSing to Ilrynntsville; thence with center of said road to creek running between Ie. Roc and Mrs. Cheatham; thence with center of said creek to center of old road; thence with center of old road to Mrs. Cheatham's corner t J center ef road leading to Bryantsville; thence with center of said road to center o' Lancaster nnd Lexington pike; thence with the center of said pike td the Buena Vlstn pike; thence with center of same to White Oak Creel;; thence ilon center of snld creek to the Kentucky River; thence down said River to the mouth of Ijlx River, the beginning. had In some Inexplicable way pawi-- Tess by. ithe looked up from her sketching i.ne looming to see the forlorn figure of n suinll hoy stniidlng In the studio doorway. The cHUd Introduced him-i-el- PRECINCT NO. 11, BOURNE Beginning on the Kentucky Rlyer nt mouth of White Oak Crcelc; thence up center of said creek to the Buena Vista pike; thence with center of said pike to the Lexington pike; thence with center of Lexington pike to ML Hebron pike; thence center of said pike to Mt. Hebron church house; thence with center of dirt road to R. U Barker's gate; thence through R. L. Barker's farm Including him, to North fork of Sugar Creek; thence down center of same to Three Forks; thence with center of Sugar Creek to the Jesse David-io- n hill; thence a straight line acros to the nouth of Davis Creek, to the Kentucky River; thence down same to the mouth of White Oak Creek, the beginning. Shew of Brttd, At the Southwestern KiimKIoii ami Fat Istock show, held at Fort Worth, Tn., March 11 to IS, this year, thitr was a particularly giwsl show of the breed. Sixteen horses were elhlhlted and there was a strong class of aged stallions, lied Oak .VJI'.t g the seed stslllon ami chaniilon Morgan. This horse, sired hy General Gate, was ilrti'liHl at thf L'nitt-State Morgan Horse farm at Mlddlcbury. Morgan were placed hy one VL The PRECINCT NO. 3 known hone jurists In the if the ileginning at center of Public Square in Ijincnster; thence with center of smntry, who described the chsmplon Danville Street to Paulding Street; thence with center of Paulding Street to as one of the finest horse he had Water Works road; thence with center of Water Works road to the Water SCUI. Works; thence with center of Water Works branch to the Lincoln County Useful American llratd. As n resnlt of the ('Torts of the line; thence with Lincoln County line to the L. A: N. R. K.; thence with It. Cnltcd Slate of Agricul- It. to short street; thence with short street to Campbell Street; thence center ture In Improving the Morgan and In of Campbell Street to Totten Avenue; thence with center of Totten Avenue stimulating a renewal of Interest lu to Crab Orchard pike; thence with center of said pie to the Lancaster City good this useful Atnrrlcan limits; thence with center of Crnb Orchard Street to Campbell street; thence with center of Campbell Street to the alley at Kelly's blacksmith shop; thence a straight line to the center of Public Square, Ihe beginning. lst PRECINCT NO. 12, BUCKEYE Beginning at the mouth of dirt road, on Poor Ridge pike, colled Sad Lane, in Boundary to Lancaster Magisterial District, thence with line of Lancaster Magisterial Diitr ct to the line of Bryantvlllc Magisterial District; thence with same to the mouth of Davis Creek on Kentucky river; thence up Hd river to mouth of Paint Lick Creek; thence up same to the mouth of dirt road, leading from Paint Lick Creek to Buckeye; thence with center of said road to lluckeye turnpike; thence with center of said pike to mouth of dirt rond leading to Scotts Fork Creek from Buckeye, thence with the center of si.id road to Scotts Fork Creek; thence down creek with center to mouth of dirt road called Sad Lane; thence with center of su:d Lane to the beginning. "I arli Tommy," he snld. "May I come In to we your pletunT Our Alary iy you make picture bonkx." Did you come nlotiof And w ill your mother nut be iiiulnti uhout your" Tess asked. Tommy shiMik his head. "Mother tin a new book." he replied, "and she tikes mo to be away, so she enn read. 1 liother." "Hut your daddy," Tess suggrstiil, 'he will miss you." Agnln Tommy shook his head. "Daddy works In the city, anil when be come home he has to look af l r mother." Iinpillslrely Tess took the lonely child In her arms. "Where doe the tot come froniT she usked the privileged Hannah. Ilunnnh, a resident, had ht mmlcd to keep house for Tesa len t- Thtijer. crr brd, PRECINCT NO. 4, FALL LICK feted )liintlietlcnlly. Ileginning at center of PubllrSquarc In Lancaster; thence a straight Then may Tommy go often to your line to the crossing of the alley with Campbell Street at Kelly's shop; thence stddlor the mother Asked. I ought not to have married so with center of Campbell Street to Crab Orchard Street; thence with center nrly In life," she Ingeniously con- of ( rah Orchard Street to Totten Avenue; thence with center of Totten feM'd, "It means too much Aveune to Campbell Street; thence center of Campbell Street to short street; Irillty, but then." her merry hiugti thence center of short street to L. & N. It. It.; thence with H. I!, to Lincoln rippled, "my huslmnd. I'uul, la gooil; PRECINCT NO. 14, WALKER SCHOOL HOUSE MagisCounty line; thence with the Lincoln County line to the Paint Lick j here be comes now." Beginning at a dirt road near the residence Of Thomps Sebastian on terial District comer; thence with said Paint Lick Magisterial District line The tall man hastening up the walk, to the Ijincaster and Richmond pike; thence with center of Richmond pike Paint Lick Creek; thence up said creek to the fnrm of William Anderson and I alop-to kiss the boy, then turned to the City limits; thence with center of Richmond Street to the center of to the intersection of line between Buckeye and Paint Lick Magisterial Disan unxlous gate uNn his pretty wife, Public Square, the beginning. trict; thence with same to Back Creek; and intersection of Lne of Buckeye!j "Did you tiring the cherry clioeo- and Lancaster Magisterial District; thence with same to the farm of Ben! IstesT she asked him. This la the Type Citing Used to Breed PRECINCT NO. 5, POOR HOUSE Tess raising her clear, blue eyes, as Army Remounts. Turner on Long Brunch; thence down center of said branch to dirt road lead-- ! Ileginning at center of Public Square in Lancaster; thence w.th center ing to Bethel Church house; thence the wife spoke her name, met steadsaid dirt road to Bethel with center of breeding eclinen ait now found In of Richmond Street to the City limits; thence with center of Richmond pike ily those of Paul Gordon. church house; thence down Back Creek so as to exclude N. L. Prewitt and many twrta of the country In order to "Paul Is relieved to have mineou the Paint Lick Magisterial District line; thence with said line to the Ruck-ey- e Jimcs Hardin to the dirt road near the residence of Griff Hardin; thence Jake an Interest In Tominy.'Kthlyn to obtain sultahle remount Ihe for Magisterial District line; thence with said line to Glbb'n gate; thence, in- with center army has placed Morgan of said dirt road to Paint Lick Creek, the beginning. service the said. stallions In Kansas. Missouri, Montana, cluding the old Oibb's farm to Long Ilranch; thence up said branch to end Thereafter Tommy spent most of id PRECINCT NO. 15, PAINT LICK of Poor House pike; thence up center of Mid pike to Charlie Humbet's; Nebraska and Texas A few are owned time In Tcssn Ttinyer's houfte, while Beginning at the forks of the road at Lowell; thence with the center of Paul Cordon formed a habit of calling prtrately In Illinois. Missouri, and thence with new County road, through County farm, to J. T. Rcney'; thence lows, hut the stronghold of the breed down center of hm road to Sugar Creek; thence down center of said Creek to County road to R. 7., Price, Including him; thence a straight line to John to fetch his young son home nt ev rrtnalna In New llngtand. particularly lluckeye pike at Davidson's scales; thence with the center of Huckeye pike to Cornett, including him; thence to Raymond Cates, including him; thence to r.' .g. t was flrt In Vermont, where Ethljn, In her new hammock In the the comer of Campbell Street; thence with Campbell Street to alley at Jerry A. T. Bowling, including him; thence with center of pike to Nat Prewitt, Including him; thence n straight line to Hugh Conn, including him: thence in. garden, wns very happy and free from Doty's; thence a straight line to the Public Square, the beginning. ! .iuding W. W. West: thence n straight line to John B. Creech, including him:' rnro- PRECINCT NO. 6, SUGAR CREEK STATE INSPECTS HATCHERIES ' '"'"'K """ Paul, cull thence tn John Dnvis. nrlinl ni- - h m- - thvnnn lh ih.. t u'kl. t.V ' ing Ileginning at the center of Public Square in Uincastrr; thence n straight road to the Salem Wylie road; thence with for his son. stopjied to smile hnck center of same to the Madison! Into Tessa's face, she seriously re-Poultry Industry In Wisconsin Under l.ne to the crossing of the alley with Campbell Street nt Jerry Doty's; thence County line at Wnllaccton; thence with Madison County line to the mouth j Kur, j, ni. State Regulation Certifiwith center of Campbell Street to lluckeye Street; thence with center of of. Lowell Ilranch, to the Walker School House line, thence with same to the' jw have to take Tommy home cates Are Given. lluckeye Street to City HmiU; thence w.th center of lluckeye pike to the iron ocg nntng. earlier after this," she said, "I inn bridge; thence with the center of Sugar Creek to the Three. Forks; thence up going to be unusually busy. So, we will PRECINCT NO. 16, MANSE tultry hatcheries The Wisconsin Lexington pike; thence are the only ones In the I'nlted State center of middle fork to Thomps Arnold's lane nt the Beginning nt John Davis' on White Lick, excluding him, thence to Tel-- j not be utile to wait for you." Tei became so unselflshly attcntle which are under state regulation and with center f Lexington pike to the City limits; thence with center af Lex He Green's, including him; thence with his line to Mrs. Fannie Green's line, to the little wife that Hannah was In Inspection, according tn Information ington Street t center of Public Square, the beginning. includlg her, to Copper Creek Pike; thence with center of same to' dcxpnlr. collected hy the Knifed .State DepartPRECINCT NO. 7, GUV Woodsview School house; thence with the center of dirt road to John Tank- -' 'J'liiti one beautiful sunshiny morn. ment of Agriculture. Iteenue of the lloginnmg at A. D. Ford's farm on Sugar Creek; lhance up Sugar Creek ersley's; thence with center of Union road to the old Richmond road; thence' Jug Mary came, white-tared- , Industry menace to the poultry to mil throuch the sale of young chick of to Three Forks; thence up center of Judson pike to the Antioch fork; thence with center of fame to Jess Alfords; thence with center of dirt road to Gooch Tess oer to the buugulow. She luul Hi,. Infurtnr ntmlltr nnil lir,,illt the little wife' breakfast In up center of said creek to the iron bridge on lluckeye pike; thence with cen pike; thence with center of Gooch pike to the Lancaster Magisterial District hud neither moved state department of markets and the' ter of Huckeye pike to Davidson's pcales; thence up center of Sugar Creek line; thence with same to County road on Back Creek; thence with center; 1,1 hrr "ml nor spoke, maybe she wus uhlceu poultry, department of the l'nlerlty to J. T. Raney's gate; thence with Raney's rond to new County road; thence of same to R. I. Price's, excluding him; thence n straight line to John but of Wisconsin lime established refutaCornett's, excluding him; thence to Raymond Cates', excluding him; tion nnd requirements for hatchery with center of new road to Poor House pike; thence down center of same to Tommy's mother wit asleep, xwcci. Long Branch to lluckeye Magisterial thence to A. T. Bowling's, excluding him; thence with center of pike to Nat ly, naturally. It seemed, she had drift, flocks and for hatcheries, and those Long Ilranch; thence down center of Prewitt', excluding him; thence a straight line to Hugh Conn's, excluding id into that leep, but neither T mi'k that till the requirement anrt live up District line; thence with said lluckeye Magisterial District line to A. D. to the regulations will tie known as I Ford's farm, the place of beginning, nnd the place of voting shall be in said him; thence to W. W. West's, excluding him; thence n traight line to John) lining care, nor thut of the faithful "Wisconsin Inspected nnd nccrcillted D strict nt Guy, Ky., and the place of voting shall be within said boundary B. Creech's, excluding him; thence to John Davis husband would he needed more. hatrhcric and hatchery Hods." A near Guy, Ky. Tess took Tommy home with her PRECINCT NO. 17, LAWSON SCHOOL HOUSE list of the accredited hntrherli-- s and Beginning at George Conner's thence with the center of Branch to J. to the big studio that was his inline flock? ha been prepared and pubPRECINCT NO. 8, MARKSBURY of fairy charm. And I'uul went fnr II. and Arthur McQuerry, including same, thence to Kvelyn Pointer's line, in. lished. Chicks puteliased from hatchIleginning nt King's milt bridge on D.x River; thence with center of eluding same, thence to J. H. McQuerry's, thence with center of lone to Un-- , uwny upon a long defernsl buslmn eries on the list henr the mark of the trip. Winter was crowing Into spring department of markets, which ghes Lexington nnd Danville pike to Camp Dick Robinson; at the intersection of ion rond; thence with center of Union road to the old Richmond road; thence' when he came back and Tess had assurance- - that they are atandurd bred the Lancaster nnd Lexington pike; thence down center of said pike to the with center of same to Jess Alford's, thence with center of dirt road to' front him only brief and iics. and fnim rensonnhly good esg produc- Ml. Hebron pike; thence with center of said pike to ML Hebron church Gooch pike; thence with center of Gooch pike to lin kury notes coin t ruing Tommy, of Lancaster Magis-teriing strain. Inspectors Issue certlfl-eate- house; thence with center of dirt rond tn It. I. ltarker'a gate; thence through .She wus waiting In the buugulow District; thence with said line to the Lincoln County line; thence with tn owners of hatcheries nnd R. l Barker's farm excluding him to North fork of Sugar Creek; thence up Lincoln County line to" Dripping Springs Road; thence with center of Drip-p.n- g garden that his homecoming might not flocks that fill the requirement. mm hill and with the said creek with center, to the Herring hill; thence up road to Stringtown; thence with center of dirt road to George Con-- , be loo dewilnte. Tall und ntralght, lie had seen him thut llrst day, Paul lenter of Kemper lane to the Lancaster nnd Lexington pike; thence crossing rer's, the beginning. iuiiu- - down the pa lb, the same glanie PLANT ONLY BEST CORN SEED said pike and down Camden's branch to Iloone's Creek; thence down center irf glad recognition met hers. Tess was PRECINCT NO. 18, CARTERSVILLE down said River to the beginning. of Iloone's Creek to Dix River; thence Possible to Secure Results of Another Beginning at George Conner's, thence with center of branch to J. II. und walling fur his question, tlimuh hy tm word or PRECINCT NO. 9, BRYANTSVILLE Man's Life Work In Oreedlng Arthur McQuerry's, excluding same, thence to Kvelyn I'omUr's line, axclud- - between look hud oe lwn spoken them. "When. iturct1" be and Sslsctlng. Ileginning at Kings Mill on Dix River; thence with the center of the ir.g same, thence to J. T. McQuerry's, thence with cunter of lane to Union j l(ud. need n wife uud Tommy Camp Dick Robinson to the intersection of itonu; inunco with center or same to Vtoodsview School House; thence cross-- 1 i .! u mother, and In fullhfiilnesH Perhaps In no other farm crop Is Lexington and Danville pike to there u little exetiso for plnntln: poor 'he Lancaster and Lexigtoii pike; thence with the center of the Umcuster Ing pike w.th .Mrs. rnnnie Green's line to Tellie GreW' line; thence with Mini service we have atoned." Ill silent answer Tess put her hand fed as In corn. It take only nhoiit and Lexington pike to Ilryantsville; thence leaving snul pike following the Kime to John Davis line; thence with Davis' line to White Lick Creek; thutic to the ncre, and the best of tenter of the pike lending to Tan Yard Ilranch ta Mrs. Cheatham's corner; with center of White Lick road to S.ilem Wylie Road; thence with center of In his. it seed can he plHliled with little thence with center of old rond to creek running between Dr. Rose nnd .Mrs. said road to the Madison County line; thence with sume to the Rockcastle Truly "Some Bed." When one tun sectire the Chcntlmm; thence with center of said creek to pike leading to Tnn Yard County line; thence with same to the Lincoln County line; thence with the' Invention ut the Iron bed duttti of another tnan'a llfo erfnrta In Iltunch; thence with sa.d center of said plko to Old Stone House on J, II. I..ncoln County line to the Dripping Spring Road; thence with center of hark to lllhllcul t liars. The Urst sunn breeding nnd selecting, the small cost r uimn lit Klriiii.f.itL'n tl,..tw... tvltl. .!. ...-- .I ,.. r ,u 1 place; thence with said Ton Yard Hruneh to Dix River; thence up T ', ' "' bed H mentioned In the third vliuntui conic hack niuny times the very Mrs I Ienvell'a ueBinning. Dix River to the beginning. R. M TRFAIiWAV I. ..I ..f ,h.. i,.u,l-- ..r I ..... year. 'l or only Og, king of Itashuu. ivJ malncd of tho remnant of giant; Ik4 BETTER TILLAGE FOR FARMS R hold, his bedstead was a bedstead ot Onion Purifies Air. Exterminate the House Fly, After That He EvsC'd Traps. A Howler From India. . , Nine cubits wn llio I)ltcne genus cannot nourish In the "Wliy have-- I neer iuin ilj' tho Among the 1MJ dlffereut kinds of Iron. A gllmuicr of llxht Is shown on the More Profitable Small Acreage I eln of any who makes n habit confirmed Nchelor ti'Hiei a hiding bacteria and other organisms taken length thereof and four cubits mystery of llw slmulluiicou u of the When Properly Cared for Than of It, after the cubit of n from the bodies of housa tiles hy difbathroom for local mid h)dropathle ex- - f eating the humble but Invaluable question. "Well, once ii u n time In Large Tracts. man." crowd I trod on n ImiU's kihmi. She ferent Investigators aro Infantile diarcrclses by the following, written by u J onion. In remote tltlngeM the old In Ihe breezy veruaculur of the ilnj' furiously. 'You rhoea, typhoid fever, anthrax, food Itrmiiiiiie. in India: THmuli' has a great loin still exists of pluclug a plate full ttinicit. A sinatl farm well tilled will give this wus some lied. In ancient Ksypt poisoning, umocblc dysentery, iheesM-- , a Inrgu acreage dinVniice on ehnmcter. Ui always ob- of sliced oi on ti".io tho bed or rottlu clumsy brute !' 1 hen she Midlist au ect-lbelter, return limn nnd suld: 'Oh, I he yfiar imrdon. leprosy, tapeworms, hookworms, bu. the cubit represented the length u( x serve that If u non enters a hot bath- of utiy pmou who ha died of an In poorly cared for. If mom farmer muiiV forearm from the elbow- - to the slug fii lion distil!. Although those who 1 thought you were wy Inn4miid. No, Im.iiIc plugue, conjunctivitis, sumwould, learn this Icssou, which the room hf l i.. ,i)k tiiuipelled to mer complaint, tuberculosis, enteritis, tips of tho ringers. It varied belwu'U Is that heut follow till pruitlio cunnot explain It, It renlly doesn't manor In lb gurdiiier learned long ago, we would mid t limit. 'Ihe itsis4in twenty uud twelity-oii- f Italics. The the iimiisIoii of the human the fact Is that the raw union destroys And when I (nine to think It oter 1 de- trachomu. eryslpleos, gus gangrene, have heller farms and Ihe owner would cuussj germ uud purities the Infected air of cided that I'd Mtr let uttirrlage stomach worms, pin worms and bedstead of gins! King Og, therefore, tiler bodies.'--Bost- on likely have more ready money. Ielloy soul ns well the douih iiuiulH-r- , wis about sewii feet wide and tlftivu alone.'' inly, nasoclutM horticulturist, Unlvcr. Trait. rlisL. loi k. ally I'arm, St. 1'aol. i PRECINCT NO. 13, TEATERSVILLE Beginning nt the mouth of dirt road called Sad Lane; on Poor Ridge pike; thence with boundary of Buckeye precinct to Paint Lick Creek; thence with center of said creek to dirt road on sa.d crteK at Thomps Sebastian'. farm; thence old boundary between Walker School House and Buckeye' to dirt road near residence of Griff Hardin; thence up Back Creek so ns to in- -' elude N. L. Prewitt nnd James Hardin to Bethel Church house: thence cen-- 1 tcr of dirt road to Long Branch; thence up center of Long Branch to the Lancaster .Magisterial District line; thence with same to mouth of Sad Lane, the beg.nning. i "They are new eop!e out from the city." lliiniuili, the told her, "They say Ihe mother ha lung trouble, und nunc for her hcnltli." Late In the aftcrooou Test took boy home. It wn the new pretty biilignlow that the family had rented, uua tn young moiiier reclltieil on a couch on a vemnd. "You lire kind to take care of Tommy"." she thanked Thayer. "I will be glsd to help you In tiny i rig! I urly wny Hint I mny," Tes of. e Trn rioii. I Jr" T ''" '"' 1 ta i . , t LAST-MINUT- The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday, June 29, 922 1 HINTS FOR CHICK SUCCESS E Let Hen Remain on Nest for Hours After Hatching. Ut 24 mi am ATTRACTIVE SBssssssj TIRE OFFERS BROCADES By AGNES 0. BROQAN Good Initct Powder or Sodium Fluorld Two Days Btfors Little Fsllows Art Out to Acrlvs Us Grne Carefully. II alW lafk sn ix Just in time for "Over the Fourth" Tourists When you take your 4th of July trip be sure your tires are in Rood con dition. Better take an extra "Spare" for an emergency. Here is your chance to secure the best tires built get great mileage and save big money, because of the Chain Store money-savin- g methods of doing business. Note these rcducttd prices below Note the liberal guarantees. atatsa Dtpanrntnt br ! When the hen ii hatching she should nut be disturbed except to remove thi shell. tinles he becomes uneasy and steps on or plekn the chick. In such chick should lie removed a oie thedry. Place thctn In a basket iuhhi :i or Im Until wltli flannel or some other soft material nml cmcr the top, keeji-lutlia lstket or Imit In n warm place iihIII the iwt left under the lion are Imlrluil. Hens ulioulil lie fiM ii soon as slhle after tin iirg "re hatched, U'riil UiJ mm MkkigaiCords Guaranteed 10,000 Mites 30x3V2 SPECIALS! DONBAR CORDSStandard Guarantee 32x4 UMdrilM- - DwsMurFsWics Guaranteed 6,000 Miles 30x3 31x4 32x4 33x4 -- $23.45 24.15 24.55 28.00 29.95 30.95 31.90 36.60 36.90 37.45 Michigan Cords Dunbar Fabrics $i llF mm 30x34 32x34 . . . $ 7.95 8.95 14.60 14.90 15.55 15.75 11.59 tetd WflOO Miles 75 "'it I 6-- . . . 34x4 . m Miles Why Chain Stores Save You Money Our law Chain Store rrkn ne do 19 the lanrawcrnttanieJ butuis rnmtr ot this iitil cbsla et Tire Mor 11 lidm Irom cmiI l toail, ni then seUlafar cult Ihrumh rsch Hole la lb ctula. TUtm Dw frdufrj pricrs art now lo ttlecl la et'tr WmU Tue Mare. Wtwa oa are on ror trip an d aD lire, eo la I So nrareil Waf U Tlr Siora. Vou wul T4 viTi! wV m s Preparing a Coup tor ncn end Chick, feeding tend to keep thetu quiet; otle cruise, tniiiiy hens u III leuve the mut. In niost case It U beat thut tho lien n iiinlii on the in-and lirixxl the chick for at leant -- 4 hour aftiT the li:it li 1 I Hi; In over. (in will successfully brood ten to llfteen chicks early In the breeding season and eighteen to twenty-livIn wunu wentlier, depending uHn the size of the lieu, so that nften two broods of chicks which hatch nt the same time run lie put together and raised under one hen, Powder the hen with u good Insect powder or with sodium fluorld two day hefore the chicks are due to hatch. If lice appear on the fhlcks, ir If they nro troubled with "head lice." a very little grense, such us lard or vaseline, may he applied with the flu cent on the head, neck, under the wings, and nround the vent. (Jrent care should he taken, however, not to get too much grease on the chicks as It will atop their icrowth nml In some cases prove fatal, suy poultry experts of the United State Department of Agriculture. "Toe punch." or mark each chick te fore transferrlnR to the brood coop, so that the ace ran he readily determined nficr maturity. ! 1 e tbt u hit h tirn h uaw law rttcrtaod tb um rovrlecut xitics. tJ alirt -- ft itt Monarch Cords fMETRCPOlll Guaranteed 10,000 Miles 914.45 21.9S 24.25 26.40 27.63 27.95 3CX95 Monarch Fabrics Guaranteed 7,000 Miles 30x3 31x4 32x4 33x4 34x4 ar i i .m'm.t f30x3U 3U4 32x4 33x4 32si.i 344l4 35x4 36x4 3JaJ 35x5 30x3. .9 9.20 32x44.9210 33x44 . K-- t Ointkn and SouaU&d. A CHAIN Or STORES 37iJ . 15.10 34.41,. 2X10 . 17.00 . 17 JO 33x4',. 24.00 . 18.50 36x4'.. 24.90 D,. fa COAST TO COAST 3 SBSSVBSSSSSSLr, SSBMBw' WORLD COY S. SANDERS, ' STORES tSBP Lancaster, Ky. tt li .,""'."iJaV-t.'a UnMS. KpiiKbl. Illl. hIii "A ilatigliter of mine marry a Tub loit," cried Mnlllr'a inolhr Iramy, "never, with my consent; why. from the lime of jour limit grandmother (Kiwu in now, ve KlrkwooiU huve worn lill TallHtts griiMied ulnng linxsnli's. And If you have no family In nilUii. irhh Sally Klrkwood " "Mother," crleil the girl, dlstressi-d- . will bear." "John "I Ihh that he limy," returned the angry mmn. iimrry, mother." s'ie "I will and iaeil Intu the other room. Iler lat sentence went before her It and when Sallle entered the was empty. llsinnolatP, Mie sunk for the ii iiioiih nt npoif her knees Imd heapl, of illvnin. .Iwhn Talbot iiiirf, tlniie iiion than foolish wonts of her fretful mother, and had gon And John TalM dhl not come hwu.v. irMgeity. for (Mick : wherHn lay Sallle' Hut the ttonlh nml she lovnl him. Mtowlng gave her no time for grieving. First mme the ertpilei invalidism nf her mother, eltntlng her constant wnlre. Then nwe the great war. nnd Its dcvntutlng rbnli:e. ami the money which Mr. KlrkviMd bud innlihrei seewrely Invested was Stock once valHMhlK In the rlmnav. Sallle. eager to lieeauie wwtWe. lin'ine u wnge earner, was again obllcitl to put iimbltlon h!. In th present neiil. Tied, s It seeiueil, to the great lmue on the square, she endeavored to wake It pay for Itself, and rented the upper front rooms to an old family friend; Mis Uirm was glad of the privilege. Miss Uiren was. too, a eomfort In her .Sumetliiiea close bondage, to Sallle. she would speuk of John Tallxil nnj his sister. John, It seemed, had gone ste.ulllj on to welbearnetl suireu In the (irofesslon. which bad in Its beginning, appeared mi humble, while llevale Talbot lad married a very rich man. It was her mother's regretful reminiscence which caused Mullle to one day, tho old brocade. The quaint southern town bad long ugi formed the custom of giving each year n oi.tume ball. ilrs. Klrkwtxxl. In her nd relue, had been recalling those happier ilas when the daughter of her (iroud family had appeared at this yearly ball In an ancestral satla gown. "And you. Sallle," h walletl, "might have gone In graiiduiother'a silver N...pr Tlht nt r'm )ira ht ." MARKSBURY Miss Dela Hice Hughes, of Lanca- ter, ii visiting relatives of the com munity this week. . and Mrs. Lewis Thompson IU-v- EGG PRODUCTION INCREASED Animal Feed of Soma Kind, High In Essential for Protein, Laying Flock. I. 1 Meat acrnn or some other animal feed high In protein la the one essen-tla- l constituent of the inash which cannot well be omitted. The United States Department of Agriculture found that a xn of pullets, on free range, which .did not get meat scrap or any other lanlmat-prntcifeed laid only 00 egg each In n year, comimred with yields of from 123 to 150 egg from pens fed rations containing meat scrap, lite from the jen wliere no incut wrap s fwj rot 2.2 cents tnore n doren for feed than when the mint scrap wna Included In tlie ration. Hah meal or fish acrnp ran be useI to replace the meat acrap nnd compare favorably with a good grode of meat wrap containing the same er rent of protein. Skim milk or buttermilk, either sweet or sour, I excellent for replacing part or nil of the meat mtiiii. The milk tuny be used In mixing the inn nIi If n moist rnnsh Is Nil, or It run be kept before the fowls ns n drink. If rlahhered nnd fed thick or like clicoe, hens will ent enough of It to replace nil of the meat scrap needed. A little bone meal makes tin excellent addition to the tnnsli or It ran bi tied to replace a rt of the meat scmp. (Sreen cut bone. If nnd smeet. will also take the place of meat acnip If foil at the rale of to one-ha-lf ounce dally per hen. frh one-thir- d MUST PRODUCE FEEDER HOGS Test to Made of Economically Ralslna Animals In South to Supply Corn Belt. Be Tho piHxlhlllt)' of eoufinuilcntly producing feeder li In tke South for supplying the corn belt with the extra hog needed for unsmiling tin- - cum crop will he Invcstlmted ,y tR. e State Department uf Agriculture In ciMierntloii with wane of the Sooth em atuten. This spring, work on the problem was begun nt McNeill, Ml.. mile north of New- - Orleans. The .Mississippi experiment station will n hlt lu the work. The Idea Is to ut the growing ami marketing of hogs nt a weight of ulxmt H huihIs, iiilng bulli the Ian! and bacon type. Is un 'Hie growing of feeder Un Industry which should be developed, n the corn belt Is In need of iimro lMt than are tinuully proilured lliere. Similar expertniMits tit thus being made In the South will bo tried later In the Nortuweit nnd SouthwtwC were the guests nt dinner Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Kdmund Sutton. Mr. T. K. Thompson has returned from St. Louis, where he has been assisting his brother in special office work. Quite a bevy of II. Y. V. U. mem bers attended the convention at Stan ford last Tuesday. The messengers report a Kood time. Mr. and Mrs. Khunlien and little son, Hobt,, of K. C, returned home Friday after a visit to Mr. and Mrs. It. S. Clark. I. Mr. and Mrs. Lodie Haney and I Mr. Cullon Iiom. of Panama, ar- rivt'd last week on a furlough of 30 daughter, of Lancaster, spent the! on Poor days to visit his parents, Mr. and week-enwith relative Hidge. Mrs. Ilyle Isom. We are sorry to record the unfor Mr. nnd Mr. Squire T. Whittakcr tunate accident of Mr. Cyrus Dailey. entertained Mr. and Mr.. Preston who recently broke his leg by falling, Snyder nnd family, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. while trying to head oil n cow. Mr. S. Hay nnd baby, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Dailey is over 90 years of age and Snyder and little daughter, Allie II. i.s remarkably active for his years. to a delightful dinner Sunday. Mr. and Mr.. Tom Doolln and Mr. A. J. Hice recently churned something than a gallon of sepa daughter., Mises Cora and Flora, .Mr. rated creum receiving the high tet and Mr. Jesse Preston, Mr. nnd of ( pound of butter. Can you Mrs. Homer Kay, Mr. Frank Hay, Mr. beat it? .he ha purchased a new J true Kay. Mr. Hobt. Hay. Mm. Mar ...mi.I....... ifiti iiiwuuwi unu ...Ill sun inu iur lull shal Hay spent an enjoyable day Sun-- 1 hatching. dy with Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Hay. I Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Turner and MIm Mr. nnd Mr. U I Matthew on-- , Delia Mue Turner motored ta Lux- - tertained Mrs. Cronley Hardvvick, ' ington Saturday to see hi mother, Mr. nd Mr. Kd Nay for, M who recently hail a paralytic strata). Clark, Miss Jeie Kent in honor of Mr. Turner report a grat imprme- - her Ktirsts. Mr. U. P. N'nylor and1 ment in i r condition. They wr 'aughtwi. Misto Helm and l'lor f C'tsciiuuitl. aHtt in the .if aceoniKii4ie I by Mrs. Jeshua SnUon etu. and daughter, Ml Mae Uolle itUH. ' tarn r Jassa Kent and t Niylnr. Mrs. M . They had i dtdightful trip. IU r it t I ri. tmp ! u hoiHo A dalitrfitfu! dsn wo ent. GUNNS CllAftL iK'::d I J Mr. and Mrs. i !ast Saturday bruising and mashing her face considerably. Sparks last week. Mr. Frank Carter and Mr. Charlie Mr nnd Mrs. Hunter Davis, Mis.h! Francis and Opal Davl spent Sun- Ilryant were guests of Mr. and Mr. C. Collins Saturday night. day with Mr. It. Z. Price. Mr. and Mrs. Sreviee Agee and There were about 35 from this place who attended church at Law- family, of Madison, were week-en- d guests of Mr. and Mrs. Talton May. j son's Chapel Sunday and spread din Mr. and Mrs. Irvine Simpson and ner on the ground. Mr. D. M. Carter and family and children and Mrs. Drew Davis were guests of Mr. and Mr. James Land Miss Sue Wllkcrson, of Lancaster, Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Pettis and daughSunday. Mrs. J. F. Price and chil- ter, Laura, Mr. and Mrs. Kdward Itev. and dren, Mr. and Mrs W. II. Hay, Mr. Thomas and son. Harold, of llerea, and Mrs. J. M. Amon and sons were were guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. H. guests of Mr. and Mrs. II. M. Kurtz Carter and family Sunday. Sunday. People who hit high spoU often And themselves in the low ones. LOYD a guet of her parents. K. J fond nf hunting. Hut. then, you see, 1 belong to tbe society for the proI lower er. I found tection f animals. a way out of my dlltlculty. Whentter 1 go hunting I use blank rartrldges." La Italonnettr, Ths Gtntlt Hunttr. "Personally, jou know, I am very Sallle laughed. "1 will go up to the attic and put It on." she said, "and w will have u dress parude of our own." Hut us she bent over the big trunk In the attic her heart was heary. Hetx, the grocer, had said only that morning that be must have his bill paid at once. So when she donned the toveiy drew she made a decision. She would ask Miss lAiren. In as carvlesa a manner as possible. If sha might have next month's rent In advance; later she would try to think what would be best to do. John Talbot was In his otttce a short time after, when his married sister paid him "and Jane Uren says" a call. John's slater finished her after noon s gossip, "that she believes Sallle Klrkwood Is In actual want. Sallle wus still wearing the brocade when the doorbell rang, When Sallle saw who sIikmI before her. It seemed that for one dlxxy, unbelievable her heart must stop tteutlng. "I come. ' John Talliot said, reus surltigly, to ask a favor, Sallle." "Come in, John." Sallle said. lie glunred admiringly ut the lire, tenderly Into the face above It. "It's it great favor I want to buy the old briHiule for my sister Hessle. She would like to wear It to the costume ball " "Why. I will be glad t give It to you," Satire eugerly offered. "I could nut title the dress an a gift," John Talbot answered, decidedly, us he til h roll of f'slded bills on the luhle. "It I UmwI generous to let me have It nt all.' Silently Sallle left the room; when she let timed she wus Wearing her own pink print frock. She held out u parcel and Moiled; her voice was not quite sternly. We Klrkwo.HU must vyear calico," she said. Intu the man's, eyvsv in me a kindly, whimsical hihIIw While H TalUtt Wmira brwade. Sill-e " suddenly hU tune was pleading, "thrimgti what a poor pltl-- f il iidiake have we suffered, you und Your eye tell eu. yon mid I. il hi will kisqi tins little Hear. i' i . ,..r mi in wear to li W. ball he lourrleil thut day. h.iii. IVafuM-illSallle pushed the roll of hills inward him. "Muy u mail not buy u frock for tils wife" Joan itfkeil, as bis arm tiostil aboat aer. "Yn." agreed Snllli "he may." y 111 IU-su- e I :,.,-iiin! 1 Vry Much to 0 Oeslrtd. We all should like n rook such as an Kngllsh clergyman advertised for In the Ignition Time. In his adrertlsi-mer- it he nld among other thine that It was eM'ntlal not only that hla rook should hare n sense nf humor hut also that she should exemplify the spirit of (Salatlnns, verse '."J. Now Onlatlans. vers 'J2, reads thus: "Hut the fruit of the spirit Is love, joy, enre, gentleness, goodm-as- , faith." Kublick Company Popular Chautauqua Attraction a HI W 'BJSJSJSJSJSJJ-W- SJaBJSJSJSJBH W g 1 BI Sk ili-asp lt rt Teater ha boon ilL Pi. ia May spent Ink weak with relut.ws In Madison. Mr. John Land and sons, were guests of Mr. Thompson Davis. Mis Annie May spent Monday and Tuesday with Mrs. Hobart Slay. Misses Lucille and Christine Price have been here for a visit with rela .Mr. ItoU Mis ! CAKTEHSVILLE Mrs. T. M. Cnrter Is an tke sick list. Miss Cora Itosp Is attending preaching at Lawsuit's Chapel this Meek. Hev. F. P. Ilryant filled hU regular The hiiniiiii Aolciil violin uinl the llauullun strlngiil iirrhestru, unique novelty Insirmiifiils, will be featured by Henri Kuhlkk mid Jenu Kuhllik, xipiilar vmiil uinl limlruiiHiitiil entertainer', who comprise the Kuhllck CompAuy ut the ruining lledpatli Omutiiuqun These InstruuieiitH were holli Invented by Mr, Kubllrk. The huuiaii-volrelu n low register, violin closely resemhlea In tone the voire of KchuiiiHiiu-llelnappointment at the llaptist church and the Hawaiian stringed orchestra I nn Intricate Instrument that gives the tives. .NumerSunday. effect uxually obtained by un orchestra of six Hawaiian Instruments. Misses Christine Sneaks and Jeisie Mr. nnd Mr. Floyd Stenctte were ous other novelty Instruments are employed by the Kublick and there Is, lu addition, u wealth of impulur vocul numbers on their program. D. Hay are guest of Mite llestie guest of Mr. and Mr. Abe Hall The Kublick Company wilt uppour on tho last day of the Chautauqua In and Hernlce Teater. Saturday night. an afternoon concert und u prelude at night. Appearing with them In their Mr. Jamei Hick of Lancaster was Mr. Julia Weddle fell on the pike afternuon program will be Ilvrnlce Van, clever lmierouatur und entertainer. In Crudltt Circle. jier-sou- "U'lmt I iiiMHt by 'telling the world . about ll'l" naked thu uituclei "Why, I duu'l reully know," said Prof. IHggs, with a tliou;iitful ulr. "The phrase bus recently rmue lulu curivin iw. t kuppe i. uieuus all Hie facilities of the telephone, the telegraph, the cable and the wlrelc.oM to tilicui ilUsemluute uu Important piece of lulurmatlou." Trie Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, June FARMERS ENGAGED IN Capital 550,000.00 Surplus $40,000.00 Honor Roll Bank. 4 per cent paid on time posits. Call and tee us'. J. J. Walker, President. 29. 1922 MAT COHEN Popular Kentucky Horscmnn Is Hack From California, Where He Ha.t Charge Of The Lucky Baldwin Potato RAISING SILVER FOX de- Estimated That $8,000,000 Invested in Industry. Problem, Met Require Knowledge, Specie,, Treatment, Sanitation, Oleeaie and Parasites Handle Wild Animal. of The Best Pay Best The r W. P. Champ, ViccPreildent. V. O. JUgney, Au't. to the President. L. 0. Davidson, Cashier. J. I Clll, Assistant Cashier. W. P. Miller, Assistant Caihltr. Mr. Naomi Hamilton, Teller. Reason t'it,l CITIZENS NATIONAL LANCASTER, KY. BANK. L Better Corner Public Squnrc ami Dnnville Stteet. Practice Serenity. Thete That Sit Around and Walt. woman m) she will he When Ktrry dog will lime till day. hut ready In n minute hung up your Imt for many a lox It I mpii'ly lila futier-- I ml find tnmrthlng to reaii. Jay. Important Detail. lrfHently the tlrM thins nportnnl-t- y A lot of peojde make the Inquire about ftrr knocking la ml t nkr of forgetting thrf It I nece-ar- y the condition f one' hank account. to hnve une something before It Itostou TmiTlit. bwimni ndtUuhle to 'iuioy u prim Man's Demeanor Telia Tale. , Cheerfulness I, Jut a mi turn I to Without Food for Three Year. tin. Iimrt nf a titan In strong health h, Probably no man rouhl go entirely rolor t til, rhrek : am! whererr without f'xxl for two month anil ur-r-r tlifff I habitual Bloom, there- mutt Hut n spider ha been known to ! either bad air. unwholeaomr foM, .lllene f with fiMMl for ten through lmprerly setrrr UlKir or rrrlnc hab- tin! a tm-tl- ha come aafdy month; a it of life. Itnakln, Hire yrara' - More fur farmer are enraged In . raiting foxes than any other Ing animal, according; to report In IIih biological stmey of the United Slate Deportment of Agriculture, made In tin- - flvlfl hy of the-- aurviy Indicate Hint nt least oOO randier are ruMng nil. rr fote. nml that Hktv are between 12, nml 1MI font In rnithlty. It la eatltnnled that ahotit l Intosted In this ImlnMry Tin Indoatry of breeding nnlmnla tin gronn tin fur-hour- hy th VMM Siattt t At rlivltuir I !.r1rnt $,.() ' Dt Prepared. Kent. fat. Paying With Tnh Home of Me-ek-. the l tribe pay their a A wrltr-minim wnrhl"i tnnkr Induitry of Breeding Fur Bearing An ( rntnpreil Imalt Ha, Qrown Rapidly In Recent Mils with little ciiIm- hli'iil iiiNnnlng plncf for IUIi. Ami Yeare, Ira. In Itiirmati one nmli rfiwrle shell nftrr war nlnnim. thn Hnllow ntvta unl an iimne. Tin. Inhabitant nf ,n -IUII( i . ll.r .1..... . iii.iiii ... i .it- HIII.J.-Iiiir erne of the ihatrld honoring the flli lay rki,lMi In thi . Hirthole of In lh trail trara, lnt- twmty-tu,- 1'erslnn gulf i" tl.rir fu Ins nmi sell- thi ImnilJiil St Iuii (ilotnm-iijiThi-- I'nlteil SlnliIk the Urgent fur ing with IWIi hooka. erat country In market ami Ihf world. Many Imjulrle ronerrnlng fox fiirni ing are nent to tin- - iiioiogirai auney. Tl (irohleui met hy fin ami oilier fur farmer require, a, In td of other lire atoek. n kliowliilge of limitation, ill-anil puraMtea. In aililltlon. fur fariiH-rare hamlllug wllil iiiiIiiiuIk In A apthlty nml not ilometlc Kix-knowledge of pelta, partieularly of allien nml market reUlrenieli.ta. Il to 'iiii e from the liiulnen tamlMilnt. nml thla irillnarlly r Peace. ,.,l .1.-- - v NATIONAL MALE QUARTET lemiM-rameii- t. a k Why Mat S. Cohen, former Commla- aioner of Agriculture for the State of Kentucky nml Jormer .i'xinRton They Ian, now manager of the thoro-hreil- s which are the property of the Lucky Are Best In California, wn ln( llalilwln the city for the week-enMr. CoTHEY WERE BRED IN OLD KENTUCKY hen, who left Kentucky over a yenr' Let us tell ycu what we have now READY FOR SALE. oro for the Wet for hl health, lookai to be the Mime vigorous Mat who rode the many blue ribbon winners at Kentucky fair and elsewhere. SANDERS BROS. & J. M. AMON, PROP. Two of the horwf belonging to the LANCASTER. KY. eitatc are In training nt Lttonla and I to ec them brought Mr. Cohen back" to hi native atate. Crutxeron and1' I.antndu, when enjoyed ucci-- over the Tla Juana, Mexico, counr, ail Into the dlctiona.y. IS & W.nter. were .nl ..,t thi. .nri n. ,n , The day of mulendlng nilvertlslnR hope of capturing tome of the riremi h" has " Thf Public Benefit .ee advertisinir In the light cfomc to er event, but ni yet have not met with gnat fucccM. It wa the first nd il ' ncws- - Thc merchant who Government figure prove beyond appearance of the llalilwln color, In ndvcrtUr.i telU hi itory frankly to i mark. 'Kentucky in forty-fiv- e yenr when ilipute that busincM revival the public, knowinc he will be check- ed-- but by bunlnc revival meant c, up ,m, C0UrtlnK nVctlgatIon of .ioiue .iiciariy cnrrieii them nl a match race with Ten Ilroeck. Mr. manufacturing and production, lie-'il tntcmcnt and price. The I'ohen Mated that the color had been trade ha not yet caught up. I vcrtiimcnt of today i not the aubject burled with Hay Kl Sentaln, the Clojc analysis of thi aituation ujpiclon. It i the merchant who fnmciin aire. cloies that the retailers have lagged 'is afraid to tell hi .tory over his "NotWng ha ilone ntore for a because they have failed to put into signature thnt the public regards to revive the tjurtt of racing the mind of the people a feeling of with doubt, and properly so. in that state than the victory of Mor- - confidence that prices have reached The boom in retail trade await vich in the Kentucky Derby," stated the bottom and thnt better times are only n little thought on the funda-n- t Mr Cohen When ked what plan hand. It I, amazing how few re- -, mental knowledge that advertising Is were in regard to opening a track at tail merchants In the amaller towns nn investment nnd not an expense Tanforan, near San Francisco, Mr. realize thc value of educational nd- - and a duty owed to the public whose Cohen wiiii that the course had been vertUIng. They are so close to the! support is eought. The whole busincs completed and that racing would in picture they fail to sec it perspec-- 1 struture of the nation depends on e. nil probability be in full wing the They look for the immediate jvertlsing. Increased buine means coming wmter. He aid that the dollar and in grasping nt the shadow greater production, lower first cost, owner of the track were not going they mis the substance. The value a larger turnover, increased buying to allow betting and thnt thvy are of advertising Is cumulative, indeed. I consequently provides a saving to thc nnxlout to e if racing could not that I it greatest worth. Eattman buying public. The public should thrive without gambling, the aame has nctual'y advertised the word support merchant who advertise a athletic. "At any rate," aid out of the dictionary and nd. cause they are the constructive force Mr. Cohen, "they are going to make vcrtised the trademnrk name kodak that helps to keep costs down. n nab at it. and the coming meeting thould tel! the re"jlt." Lexington Lender j Dixie Stock Farms. Advertising 1 hi nd-ta- ill-'- of Call-form- : ad-tiv- ! im-iu- to llt eraollully wurehoUM'a, man' iifucturlng furrier, or fa leu of funa. Aa bniilera cannot iiIhbjk ii thla, rereentatle of the hlologli'Ml aur- vey art- - eonitantly lirliigliig liefore them all olhk- - luformatli.n relating to the fur Imluotry In all lt phiie. Common Sense About Eczema TO GARRARD COUNTY FARMERS Kentucky Joint Stock Land Bank will make loans on Garrard, Lincoln and Boyle County Farms up to $45,000.00. The note that never comes due. Forty-yea- r loans with prepayment privilege. Communicate by phone or letter with and Eruptions! Hera' Something About S. S.S. That You'll Be Clad to Hear. Tou mtcht Juit as well know It rtrht now, the ration of akin eruption, plmplra, blarkhrada, holla and ao on. g la rlcht In the LUhmI. Ttirro ia no away from It. HcUnco lua prove.1 IL We roe It. You ran prove It. Vhrn the cauae of aklu tnmlilraan.l cruptluna la In tho blovd. It Un't cum sat-tin- SLIDES ON BETTER FARMING organization of notable singers and entertainers. Their audiences are always thoroughly pleased and delighted. All-sta- r Moit Popular Set Ha, Been One luatrating -- Getter Sire, Better Stock." Two huiiilreil uml nlmty-oiiaeta of lantern allilea were louiiet! to rx- iluting teiialou workera In M Mut January. Kehruur). nm) Murrh hy the of Agrietil- I'nlteil State tun for une In better inetlKNla In fanning nml home miik lug Agricultural lii'traitor nml oth-- ( er tenchera ulau fouilil tin nlltlea Ue--, fill, for i.M eta were t lit to wIiiniU during thla llmo. one The mint Mpulr m t hua lllutnitlng "letter S'lrea lleltar Stovk." Next III ilemrml to allile-- i on thla auhjevt went- - thoi-- on home groumla Iniprotemeiit. fillowtil by a Tii priMluitl.Mi. pulillc reml lmpro- merit. (Kiullry mnmigemeiit, ilalrjlug forage cropi uml wnie ".arlety of ngrleiitturnl uml home eronomlca autt- Jerta. The atutea llinkllig the lurgext mini ber of reipieata for ullilr ilurlllg lllli rloil. were ArkuiiMa. Ohio. Mlrhl gaii, lllluoli uml l'eiinh)lviiula. lllut-trutln11 6. B. Swinebroad. Lancaster, Grazing Legumes Popu lar For Improvement of Soil Ky ' ' THIRD DAY Redpath CHAUTAUQUA GREAT POPULAR PROGRAMS ( I CLEAN Such OUT ALL FENCE ROWS Peat, a, Oratihoppcra, Wiro Worm, and Cut Worm, Can Be Controlled. I ' 12 BIG ATTRACTIONS 5-B- IG DAYS - 5 aawaiwaMaaeaaBaiaa I Insect peita, aueli hh gniothopi-era- , wire uml cut witiii, run lie ointrolleil to iiulte mi extent by denn ing up the old griiaa uml weeiN on the timiMil Inml ulotig fence linea uml on wnti' In ml. Aroinllug In K. A. Kenton, enlomologi't nt low State college, IheM- hurbor audi iK'atK, uml by donning them up early, nmtiy In-- I aecla will be kllleil before they aturt work Where Hat luite been on will often liny area, rotiilliin of kturve out the offender. Thl la nirlletilnrly true of wire worm, cut worini uml iurn I'M worm. 11 -' j BIG IMPORTANCE OF TOMATO - REDPATH CHAUTAUQUA Season Tickets for All 5 Days $3.00 laiaMawaiaiiaawa No ! I Single Garden Crop So Eailly Qrown Succet, Depend, on Soil and Cultur.il Method,. CHAUTAUQUA WEEK HERE July 12th to 17th There I probably no alugle gnnten crop wi eally grown, uml nt the came time pla) lug ait large pail In the winter aupply of riitnicd giHal. ua the loiMiitK. Therefore. Ill I lie fine of llm high price of rtiuued uml liiuiiniieil ahoiibl lie fiMxl KtiltT. more iittentlou e ghen t thi xulimlile crop, to mi iibumlunt auppl for the homo nml IihuI market. Suireaxful totniltii growing la lurgely aelre. depemlenl umiii judidou m tloii ferlllliiT applliMlloii uml nilturnl wilt fur tomntoe, tnelhoil. The No. 117. la the well drained ganl.ii hum toll. pri-lil- let Grazing legume crop, such as clover und cowpca, instead of har- vest.ng them for hay is becoming more popular with farmers who wish L.I S.8.8. Gli o You Ao Aagrlle hklnt to build up their soils, according to mon aenfo to rlnply treat tln aktn. It. K. Stvphenaon, soil and crop A tiottle i f H. K r w II I mve t. )o.l In t ir II.h.1 ttt4f. what la Ii3'tri specialist nt the' College of Agricul I kc I U n rr UaF lriM,. itlnv.i out the Imtmrlt i wtu. H atO"' r. lrnu. ture. Crops of thi kind are maliLo klmtit.. tettrr, roh, iHiuph turing .n the State at the present crop passes through the animals and truptktna. I'kiMir nml otl.ir AVIirn theao Impuriilra ar iliiren out, time and many farmer are planning goes back to the land. In nddition, tilings )ou can't toi aenil vtry Your ll to give thi method of oil improve- grazing leave a residue which is turti from ItaprH'iunir may. Your ewi aiwrkle. yijr ment a trial he added. It om.a Ltu valuable for soil improvement. cumi'lcxlm li tlfuL Your f o'O IuoKr like that of A Grazing such crop give an addhandling' This rmMy. well-fl- , ifflnetl 'niroua, or if you nee .1 woman. ed advantage in soil improvement crop is method ofImportant inlegume ItrntU-nun- . Kendoubly our romilr lwxnnea li e rani kliwl in that it give a return from the tucky In view of the fact that the ii.liiilri K. S.H.t'. that tint whole v.tU l.iv-.ull- . r. laud nnd at the same time Improve limiting factor in crop production on la sum, 11 IH Mirlut It tuiil.l, nrwr uiyl morn lilo.-.- ! it. On the other hand, when thc ninny poor soil is lark of nitrogen. Th.it'a wttv It fill out aunkeit cll. tuny nerk?, thin llntba. helps s fhrrVa, of In order to supply this element of crop i used for hay, regain lort fleali. It rnata llttto t the organic matter is destroyed and soil fertility economically, legume hate thla hiiirn to you. In 8. H. 8. M two nlto. aokl at atl ilrug atorea. the valuable part of tho crop for must be grown and turned under or Tho UiEcr tUo la Uio moro ccuuouilcai. humu making is rcdiicel. the manure made from them roturn- "S. s. s. is for sale at Mcltoberts The first crop of clover In Kl'"'!ed to the land. When land i ex- Drut: Store." tucky I now ready for hay but indi- - troniely poor ,it may be advisable to cation are that not many farmer ,,ow unill,r the tntri. tTume crop remain on tne New Club Work Circu will allow the crop tosoil. However, without grazing. A number of farm land to fertilize the er hnve reported good results from in a good many case, the second tin practice. Disgrowth will be pastured and when The wise makes the money and left for thc benefit of the soil. A tribution few farmer have state I that the the fool moke it go. A new manual on junior agricul tural club ha jut come otf the pre at' the College of Agriculture In Lex iaw ington and i ready for free ilbttribu- YOUNG tion to interested persona. In addi to a number of illutration tion ENJOY IT IN AFTEK LIFE showing various phase of club work Young men who would enter the decline of life In com. among farm buy and girl of the fortable circumstance should begin to save now. State, the new publication contains Tho approved modern method of savins it a savings a more than 100 page of detailed ills-count in the home bank. cuation dealing with the work. The This bank Invites young mm and young women to Join information ts divided into seven It family of savings depositor. chapters ,thee dealing with the or- One dollar opens u savings account, and any sum may gniiizatlou and direction of club, in bo deposited thereafter, structlon on club project, certificate of merit course, the Junior commun- ity club and its program, Junior club runtesta, county camp and junior club exhibit and contest. In ad- OF LANCASTER. lition, the new circular contain. a S. C. DENNY, Cashier. list of 100 best book for boy and girl. It may be obtained free by Capital writing the Experiment Station at Lexington nnd asking for Circulur Roll Dank . tn second crop can be marked a profitably in this way n sit can when cut for seed or hay. Another udvantago of grazing is the fact that a good supply of clover seed is left in the soil thus making it easier to get a new stand of the crop. Cowpca and' aoybonn also will be ready for harvest in a short time and both of these are well adapted to grazing. The poorer the soil, the greater are the benefits from grazing. When n legume grazed, at least 75 per cent of the fertility contained in the nW-- e ty t in -- two-thlrd- lar Ready For rm SAVE MONEY WHEN THE NATIONAL BANK $50,000. Honor Surplus $50,000. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday June 29, 1922 J UPSON Mr. O. P. Naylor, of Cincinnati, Is Li$ht ons and Heavy mlMlllMMMUimBflH; 500 More Sign PI Pool Contract I DAMAGE DONE TO GRAIN BY MOTHS Insects Be Destroyed by Use of Heat or by Fumigation With Poisonous Gases. Can IS BEST ClattiM Mumn RATES i Single Insertions 1c a word No ad taken for less ti.n 20c In this column. No adi in this column charged, 'feevsn Insertions for ths prtc of five. Phone orders must h paid n 1 visiting friends here. Million and a Half Pound. AJdtd la Dur- jhey run easy. T"VSSVaSnanam V Burlsy Asioclatton Plrdfsd ing The Past W.W m.'f Lexington, Ky., June 28 More thnn five hundred grower were add-e- d to the signed membership of the Hurley Tobacco Growers' cooperative Association during the past , week, not counting the West Virginia and Eastern Ohio territory, In which Manager Clifton itodet and hi statf of workers are wild to be making considerable progress in the face of n determined fight made by warehouse and speculative interests. More than a million and a half pounds of tobacco are added to the holdings of the Hurley Asociation by the past week's work, it was said nt the office of the Field Service Division. Assistant Chief William ' Coll.ns spent most of the week in the wetern part of the district, In the counties of Uarreii, Hart, and When you want a new wagon come in and see Metcalfe, aiding local workers in perthe ones we have. They are strongly made and fecting campaign organizations. The belief is steadily growing pity on your faithful won't tire your horses. Have among members of- the Association that the sign-uof growers will be animals. so thorough that not enough tobacco IS DAY SALE ON WAGONS AT LESS THAN will be left to be marketed through the few loose leaf warehouses operCOST. ating in the Hurley district to make the business profitable this year. Our Hardware Wears Some counties have an almost unani, mous sign-u- p and in others the amount signed up to the Association constitute about 1)0 to 95 per cent of the production. Leaders of the Association in the vario'jj counties of the Hurley are impressing upon members Keep in touch with the better aide the importance of quality and of There is no dearth of money in this country., The only scarcity is in of life. It may enable you to ap- care in looking after the growing, the number of people who possess preciate the contrast wheh you bump crop and it is expected that quality, as a result of the carrying out of! it. off. this policy among the members, will) be considerably improved. Manager Kodes, on n visit to i.ex-- j ington the past week, conferred with Director of Warehouses Ralph M. Harker and Hvas assured that proper warehouse facilities would be pro- vlded for the growers In that section of the Hurley district who might Join the Hurley Association. The director, in a statement in regard to the general warehouse policy, however, made It plain that receiving plants would not be established 'unless they are necessary for the best interests of the Association anil that none ' would be established unless absolute- -' ly necessary, p Mrs, Luther Smith spent Wednesday with Mrs. H. Clark Miss Virginia Hay was the weekend guest of Mrs. C. It. Naylor. Master Frank and Allen Foster are visiting Mr. nns! Mrs. James Fos- S ter. CARBON DISULPHID Mr. and Mrs. Rufas Adams spent Sunday with Mr .and Mrs. C. It. Naylor. Mrs. U W. Smlta wa promptly. the after-noo- n WALKER BROS. dis-tr.- ct guest Sunday of Mrs. Nannie Hay. lever LOST. Hrown Cultivator duced Thoroughly Clssn Old Mr. nnd Mrs. Joan Utask were the ns passing Uirstugh Lancaster Bins and Qransrlss. gaests Sunday of Mr. aml'Mrs. Austin Phone J10-J. T Henry Prpsr-Hlack. kr ths Urlt- -I ststrs Ixptrtm.nt -I ( AiirltirWANTKD: An international Gaso-li- e Mr. and Mrs. Tom Nayler were Most of the Uniting done by Insert Pswer Hay Haler. Writ, phone to grain In Morn ire mid shipment Is due guests Friday of Mr. ami Mrs. James it) tr call at this olTlse. to four Mrles, the grnmiry weevil, the Clark. rice or black weevil, the tester gniln Wagons, Hay Stackers and Rakes. Mr. and Mrs. Newt Orw were borer or Australian weell. and the Engines. Hay Halers, grain moth, ncciirdlng to guests Saturday of Mr. aad Mrs. Tom Mowers, (las . Hrfrlgerater and Hale Ties, cheap Farmers' Itulletln t'Jint. "Common Naylor. 1. It, Mount & Co drain Pests." prepared by K. A. Hack Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Simpson spent ami It, T. Cotton nnd Jut published by Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Hobert Dodge Excellent SALK: FOR the United States Department of Ag- Simpson. Runabout, wire wheels, new casings riculture. Others of the 10 sjiceles or Mr. Ottis Dailey, of Low el was the also a boy's saddle good as new, never, group of eeles descrllied In the bulguest of Mr. J. W. Dailey used. Apply K. C. (Jalnes, letin ran cntite great tlnmagp If storage week-enconditions are imusunlly favorable .or and Mrs. Dailey. FOR SAl.Ki Singer Sewing Ma. their llicreilte. Mrs. Cronley Hardwick and little Itemedlal measures are mentioned daughter, were guests Friday of Mrs. chine in perfect condition. only brlelty In the bulletin. The In Mrs. Harry Francii. sects, it Is wtlil. can w ilettrnjeil by Patsy Simpson, (5.25-tf.- ) 1'alnt Lick, Ky. Mr, and Mrs. John Sparks were the the use of hint, or by fumigation, with oIsoihmi gae. A lenienitiire of gursU Saturday night of Mr. and Stock Dealers In the market to sell 120 degrees to i:ti) degrees, Fahrenheit, Mrs, F.lbert Preston or buy cattle, hogs er sheep. Phone malntalneil for a short time, will kill Csrrler A Hrown. Mr. and Mrs. Ollle Hlack and 63. Inserts, nil Mace of (ClS-7t.-nrwithout Injury to the Kenniiiiitlng daughter, Kdna Karl, were guests qualities of the grain, Carbon dltul Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Andy Adams. $10.00 HKWARD lo person find-in- g phld, enrhon tetrnrhlorld and hydrory. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Naylor and small Shepherd dec. Hrown and niilc-uclIn most Hit are the fumlBants daughter and I. F. Clark, were the white, recently clipped. Has on Commoli use tiMlay In treating Infested grain. Of these, carbon dlsulJdd Is guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Len-ar- d Hoyle County license. Naylor. Hen C. In gets, Danville, Ky, the best for treating grain In the bulk. It It is Kald. Information on this Niibject Mrs. Haymond Hurchell and daughIs contained In other publications of ters, Ktta and Mrs. Hally Hay were S l d groin-Infestind ay hstrcising Proptr Precautions InfssUtions In Flfld Can Be Re- the department, Prsvtnt Infestation. Infestntloii of grain In the field enn lie entirely prevented, but. Notice not by Great Comedy Drama. "Friendly Enemies' a Chautauqua Feature i j proier precautions, tt can lm reduced to n mlultiiutii. the bulletin niIiis out. The t1rt generation of Insects In the maturing grain Is usually small, ami If the groin Is cut us soon ns ritie, threshed ns soon as dry, and then placed In clean, deep bins. Die damage fnm this i nine will be slight It Is when the wain I left In the Held long ufter It Is ripe that serious lllfestntlolt result, for the Inserts In crease III one or two cenerutlons to enormous numbers. In the case of corn In the tleld. only ears damuged through carelessness In shucking, so laaVaHattaiaaktEaaan aaLsSSSM CUNN'S CHAPEL (Delayed) .Mr. ' John Sewell's condition re-m- a. ns about the same. Miss Christine Speaks, ron, is visiting Relatives Mrs. John Land and guests of Mrs. Harvey of Mt. Heb. here. sons, were Tenter Fr -- entertaineil Sunday evening at the AH one and two room schools of home of Mrs. Callie Kay. Carrard county will open July 10th , J. It. Abner, tt2S. County Superintendent. (It.) Llstsnlng to Aurora. A northern traveler 4s that lnhra-do- r Notice. iwi'nts unusual fuellllles for ths olisertnlloti of the aurora horenlls. All persons having claims against This person says be sometimes hVartl tbe aurora horentl when It was mak- the estate of the late Henrietta Pening a rapid moement and the sound dleton, will present same to me, propwns Unit of a fnlnt. crltp rtiMlltig. erly proven according to law. Those Indebted to deceased will please pay W. O. Rigney, same promptly. Arss and Coast Llns of Brsill. The total area of llruill Is estl Kxecutor under the Will. mated at 3..1HI..1VI square miles. It has l,(Si miles of const line, with Bids many harbors, nnd the Auuton rter HI Js will be received up to and inS)stem. which enables ocean going steamers to travel Inland for .!.() cluding July 3rd., 1922, for building miles. a one room school building at White Oak, between Hryantsville and Uuena Ths Compltst Hostssa. Vista, Garrard county, Ky: ConAt tlte Cartlens. on Hunday nfter-nixi- tract wilt be awarded to the lowest .Mrs. Onrdeii, tlxnchnis, supple, and best bidder on the above date at with it sort of frosty, golden bekiity, 10 A. M, Specifications and plans Ctilltl.. of make-up-, but essentially artlllclul. was Mug erj thing lo all for said building can be seen at any men. und mtieh to some women. time after this week n the County - From Latchkey tallies." by Mr. Superlntendant's office in Lancaster. tlrnnt. J .11. Abner, Superintendent. Wanted n, (C.22-2t.- ) day night. Mrs. Jesse Hurt was culled to the aBsswiaLaeaKVem! bedside of Mrs. Mike Simpson, who Is quite ill. Mesdnmes Lourn Hardin and Mary Clousc were guests of Mrs. Lige Hurt one day last week. ?Wsatt. 4aaasBwawslsW Miss Flora Mae Price has been TId End of Ear of Corn Shawlna i "Friendly Enemies" Is one of the moat opular of remit comedy successes. I vjslting her sisters, Mesdames liar I n vunu t j -j I. nun, in niriuil mu . utj. n. Scores of cities throughout tlm country have alternately touched and wept mon and Hunter Davis. the Angoumois Grain Mqth. over this Irresistible comedy ilninm whose plot grown out of the conflicting con- j Miss Annie May, who has been at- that the kernels are cxmisiiI, ure sub-viction of two" lifelong friends. tending school at Herea, is nt home to the attack of grain Insects. A complete production of "Frleiu'ly Enemies" will be given at the coming ! Farmers should therefore. It Is wild, Itooaath Chnutauqua by a cast of nix experienced Broadway actum organized i for the summer vacation. by William J. Kelghley, manager of the New York City Produclug Departmeut Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Parsons and grotv it Mirlety of corn that develops of the Itedputh Hureau. children spent Sunday with her par- n long, tight shuck. Newly harvested small grain should Tills delightful comedy will he one of the most popular entertainment at- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Win. Hird. not bi stored unthrnshed for any tractions on the entire Chautauqua program. Miss Allene Hurt and Master Cecil length of lime, ns In this condition It Hurt, spent Sunday with Mr. Sale Is very siitceptlbte to Infestation. If und Congress has spent more energy Hurt ,Sr., and family, of Pleasant promptly thnished layer stored In deep The law recognizes a man as the on top of the bin, only u thin Hill. head of the family, but often the and ingenuity in dodging the bonus bill Is likely to liecome Infested. Corn Mrs. Sallie Ann Hurton, of Lock may neighbors have n different story to than the whole American army did be Morel In the shuck It the husk Kight and Mr. and Mrs. James Hur- Is long ami tight nnd fully covers tell. in earning it. the ton were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. tip, but nil ear with looie, broken, II. Stotts Sunday. short or damaged husks should be shucked nnd stored separately. Miss Mnry K.tith Walker, of Avoid Dirty Bins. ,has returned home after a "SAVE THE DIFFERANCE." Clean grain should nexer bo stored pleasant visit with Mesdames W. 11. In old bins, granaries or storchotihci .IJiiy and J. M. Anton. until they liae been thoroughly May, Miss chimed ami freed Mr. and Mrs. Talton from thu accumulaFlora n ml Mr. Clemon May were In tion of waste grain and other maHerea to attend the Commencement terial hnrlHirlng grain Insects. BEST EASTEhN CANE Ikigs of all kinds that have previousxercises lust Wednesday. Mrs. Clemmie Murphy underwent ly held grain should not In; allowed In an operation nt the St Joseph's Hos. granaries or warehouses or be refilled until they have been sterilized or othpita at Lexington Ian Monday. She erwise freed from llitei'ts, The Use of Bacon, Per Pound Ilroukfust 25ctj. . o.ng as weil as could be expected. tight cribs will !ip the grain free Old Dutch Clennser, Per Can . 10ct. Irs. Arthur Dailey and children friim Infestntloii bv insects that might, Keil Salmon, Tall Can 19ctc. wv, TUests of Mrs. Lige Hurt, Sat-u- r lly In from the outside. Copies of the t.ulletiu may be bud night uuJ Sunday. Mrs. PINEAPPLE, DELMONTE GRATED : Matthews was also u guest free uniii application to the departSize 1 can, IScts; size 2, 25cts.; xli-- ll, 30cts. ment ut Washington. Sunday. PINEAPPLE, DELMONTE SLICED Mr. and Mrs. Hughey Moberley BEST DEPTH OF CULTIVATION Size 1 can, 18cts; size 2 can 30cts. and little daughter and Mr. Leslie Hinolite Mnrshrnullon, Pint 25cts. Teuter, of Jessamine, were week-enWhin Corn Is Clghtssn Inchsa High All 5 Cent Tablets 4cts. guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Teater Roots Will Mssl Across 3j.Foot 1 for Pencils, 5ct. and family. Row In . Frlabls Boll. School Lunch Boxes, IScts and 20cts. Mrs. Louis McCulley has a wistaria See our line of Preservinu; Kettles, Dish Pans and Whea the stalks of corn are 18 vine which Is proving a very persisTinware. the ruota asv met tent and prolific grower. A runner Inches high;row In light, friable across a SH'foot soils. has thrown itself diagonally across Deep cultivation at this time will cut a 14x10 foot room, found a small n.nny of tlm root iai', check the Campbell St., crack In the boxing and has forced growth "of the plants. A 'good rul lit Telephone 34 Lancaster, Ky. tits way to this light by bursting the follow Is to cullUute deeji early In tbe season, sAl shallow taur whsa tin) .walj paper and Is now flourishing. Blasts are larger. JL . 1 J't Sue of Finding Fire. When Alphotise IHmPm. French was on his wnv to the miltlotlne with nil unlit cigarette In bis IIm, one! Made by Louisville Joint Stock of the attendants askeit htm If he Land Hank, organized ind operating would like it match. "No, ihnuk )ou'" under the provisions of the Federal was the bland ntiswer. "I'll light It Farm Loan Act. In amounts from get ihere!" when $2,soo.oo to $ar.,ooo.oo. On im- proved farm lands. 1 iteret rate, In Italy. Msrlenstts Shows Most Itnllnn cities me permanent 0 (er cent. Terms 33 years. on amortization plan. No comresident ompanles of marionette managers Oenou has a very cimmI show mission to pay. now und nluajs bus nil exeellent seaFor full information address or son nt I lirislimis unit at cnrnltal time rail on Hays, Atty's. Tomlinon and nt linster. when o Venetlnn manager generally brings u good company of marionette to town. mur-Jerer. Farm Loan Pay-men- ts Exceptions, "SoiiietliiM-s- , t Ruling Affecting Bleached Flour wife, " do get n little discouraged, and think j mi nre hard to (dense." "You don't say so," was the astonishing rejoinder. "Ye, but t must ndmlt there Is one thing Jim newr found fnult with the wny I look when I wear my K.trolt Inst enr"s clothes." Free Pn-ss- , John,' h.iM Itni-likln- 's Un-cast- er Half City, Half Dsssrt. On the Gulf of Aden Is n spot nf barren nnd where u city springs up SUGAR - SUGAR 14 pounds $1.00' 7 pounds 50c eiery winter and nlinot dlsnpHiirs In the summer. This plmv Is cul'eil Iter- beta. A market Is held ilien every winter nml during the height of trail ing It ii lt of rude hut ami tents with n Hipmutlon of over 'JO,- si. During the Mimmcr the plmv Is desert ed. (C22.lt.) First Amarlcan Piano, Evidence seems to prove that the piano wns Invented by Hartnlnmco Chrlstoforl, a liurpstclmrd maker of planus were manufactured In Eiiglnnd by (len'iaii meehuiilcs. Th, first Ameiieau piano was luuib In Huston In I'CJ by a llnu tint bus contliimsl to make that iiwttrumvut for n hun dred eiirs. New York, June 12 The Hoard of Health has announced a ruling that after Aug. 31 no tlour bleached with any chemical agent or product made from such tlour shall be "brought into, held, kept, sold or olfered for sale," in this city unless labeled "bleached," with the name of the chemical agent also on the label. Milling and Grain News ,St. Louis. Many of the large city's Hoard of Health arc making war on bleached and chemical cured Hour. While it, helps the npnearence of the Hour it destroys the fooil values. We are protecting you by olfcring you only pure, unbleached, wheat (lour. Garrard Milling Co. EXCURSION via Padua In 1710. a half century Inter CINCINNATI, and at urn OHIO I n $2.85 L. & N. $2.85 Further reduction for children. d A. H. BASTIN & CO. Raisin Mwftlns. To two welllfuten eggs mid two Special train will leave Lantablesiooua of sugar, two liihlespoona caster 5t39 A. M., returning f butter, melted, one cup each of will leave Fourth St. Station, white Hour ami whole wheat flour sift Cincinnati at 6:30 P. M. Con. ed with two rounding teaspoons of baking powder und f tesspoon tral Standard Time, (7:30 P. t of salt and oi: cup of milk. I tent well M. City Time.) For futher information conand stir In one cup of seedeil niUlns floureil. Hake In grejseil gem pans sult Local Ticket Agent (C22-2t.- ) In hot oven twepty-itvminutes, one-hale Sunday, July 2nd, 1922.