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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): July 6, 1922 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1922 cen1922070601_sn86069201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): July 6, 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 THIRD TRAD LANCASTER. KY., THURSDAY AFTERNOON. JULY 6. 1922. NUMRRR IS. The Spirit That Wins The cultivntlon of a fratcr-na- l spirit ltan much to do with the success of a locn! community. Where thu population Is limited the IndilTerence or selfishness of n single Individual exert n depressing eiTect upon others, and this attitude of pessimism in time permeates the whole community. Men and women who really desire to advance the interests of them-nclvand their neighbors find it dliricult to work to advantage when disaffected ones are continually throwing a wet blanket over every new project that Is proposed. Investigation and discussion .in. both commendable and de sirable, but pessimistic remarks hntl milllnir back In the com munity harness are on a par I hey renwith a balky horse. der more or less futile the efforts of thoso who would push forward to ultimate achievees HELD VOID GREAT MEETING SUCCESSFUL SALE MILLARD WEST Com-mlslone- Court of Appeals Holds the Kentucky Press Enjoys Summer S. A. Walker, of Heal Estate Qulta Post As Assistant j Session at Crab Orchard New Registration Law To Fame Conducts Great of Prohibition. lie Unconstitutional. Sale at Somerset, Ssnff Named President. Goes With Chleaio Liw Firm. No Registration r 61,000 MEMBERS IN BURLEY POOL Gnln Of Nearly Five Thous- Thersforo On July 1 10th and 1th. The Smith-Mino- r general regis-tratio- n ment. community of brothers working together In harmony Is far better than one of pulling in oppolte directions. A COUNTY WARDS People Deficient Mentally Now Are Wards of The County Instead of The State Mori- - than 2,000 mentally defective persons, scattered In every county of the state, at midnight June 30th. became ward of the countlv ur of rela-tivinstead of the state. At that hour the law appropriating $75 a year from the itate treasury for their sup-pobecame inoperative. For more than a half of a century Kentucky has had what U known a the pauper Idiot pension system, whereby pauper Idiota who could not be accommodated at the atate instiin Franktute for the Feeble-Minde- d fort, or who were not in a condition warranting their being ent to cither of .the three atate hospitals, were partly maintained by the atate. At the 1920 general stssembly It wai agreed to enlarge the atate'a facilities for handling idiots at the institute here. Purchase of a colony farm waa authorised and money for the purpose appropriated. No provision was made, however, for building and the penson system last scMion of the general assembly was continued for two year. At the economy was the watchword and no measure providing building was passed. The House of Representatives passed a bill continuing the pension system nnother two years, but it failed to pas the Senate and therefore did not become n law. As a result of this failure the itate cannot after June 30th, pay any pensions to idiot and the only way they can be cared for i through the county infirmaries or for relatives to take charge of them. The institute there I o crowded that, according to Superintendent Taylor there is no chance for anyone being admitted except through death of an inmate or through the discharge of one and the latter Instance are few and far between. rt rt New Club House The new club house recently erected near the Chestnut ford on lix river was formerly opened to its members lust Tuesday night. The club is owned Jointly by twenty-fiv- e young unmarried men of Uincaster and has every convenience, including a largo dancing porch, dining room, kitchen and two bed room. It is within a few feet of the river affording a fine bathing bench, which will be thoroughly enjoyed by its members and Invited guests. Meeting at Herring Hcv. I. W, Manley is conducting a aeries of meetings every night at Herring' school house, the services beginning at eight o'clock. The meeting is marked with good attendance and the public it cordially invited to cooperate. Ballard Pur Whoal Bran, Mill Food, Ground Barlsjr, horts and muU food, dairy food. Tuxedo kog ration, Tank far kegs. Hudson AFarnau. law, passed by the 1U22 sesWashington representative of a ChiCrab Orchard Springs and her gen- to have capped the rlimnx from what cago firm of lawyers. His resignasion of the general astembly, was dethe Somerset Commonwealth says: clared unconstitutional by Judge Rol-ti- n ial hosts, made the stay of the editors about It. Here's what it say: tion became effective at the close of Hurst of the court of appeals. and their friends most pleasant, lookThe big lot sale Tuesdoy of the business on June 30th. Mr. West All of the Judges of the court con- ing after the comforts of their guest Huffaker addition was one of the went from Lancaster to Washington curred except Judge Clay, who ren- and using every mpans to entertain greatest successes ever pulled off in about 26 years ago and served for them, which they did to perfection. dered a dissenting opinion. Somerset In n real estate deal. Every more than 24 years In the Internal The opinion, 7,1100 words long, was One who had not been to these famous lot was sold nt a good price and all revenue service . Recently he was rendered In a suit brought by J. M. springs during the past few years, purchaser were satisfied, and many made assistant prohibition commisPerkins of Frankfort, eeking an In was astounded at the Improvements buslneM men doubtless now realize sioner under Itoy A Haynes, and has terlocutory injunction against the that had been made under the new their mistake by not having been a been acting commissioner part of that Frnnkln county elctlon board arid management of Messrs Haselden nnd purchaser of some of these lot in this time. , county officials to prevent their Fickensvo. Everything clean and wonderful addition. In connection with his work in the event was The. carrying out the statewide registra- new, the (lining rooms and its fixture staged by the Johnscn-WnlkRealty internal revenue bureau, Mr West tion on July 10th and 1 1th.' The in a credit und an honor to any summer Co., under the direct supervision and frequently came Into contact with Junction was granted In the opinion. resort in the entire south The meals management of Mr, S. A. Walker, of former Representative Good of Iowa, The law was held unconstitutional were all that could have been asked Ijincaster, Ky., who has previously who was chairman of the appropriabecause ft did not provide for special for and the service the best ever. tions committee in the last congress The program arranged by those enjoyed wonderful tale successes in and who is head of the Chicago firm registration days for special elections Somerset. He sure to attend the sale and because It made no provisions who had charge of this department, when you see his name on n bill. His with which Mr. West was thought registering public officials and was interesting and instructive and name guarantees success as he never that he was elected for is to be for others who were called away from taken as a whole, the meeting was a offers anything unless it is the very associated here, and it that he was their voting precincts on registration success from every standpoint. selected for the important WashingNew officers elected by the As- best, and he alwnyi sells. day by affairs that could not wait ton post. rapid-fir- e The blifllng, under the and violates Section While Mr.. West's resignation folof the con- soc ation were. President, G .11. method of Auctioneer Col. George L. stitution, which provides that all Senff. ML Sterling; Vice President, Toombs, who reminds one of the lows recent congressional attacks on I C. Fitxhugh, Wilmore; Chairman elections shall be free and equal. latest model machine guns, was live the legality of the prohiblton unit The Judge held that the general Kxscutlve Committee, S. M. Saufley, ly and strong, and in addition to plan for liquor concentration, it was assembly had conformed to all re- Itichmond; Secretary and Treasurer, the ability of the auctioneer, also stated at his office that these critquirement in passage of the bill and J. C Alcock, Danville proved that this was n most deslra icisms had nothing whatever to do that it was necessary that the fart The Executive committe was named ble location. A large crowd was, on with his resignation. ' L. Dawson, La that it had been passed over the as follows:-the ground and used good Judgment, governor's veto be noted on its face. Grange, Keen Johnson, Lawrence- - staying with the auctioneer all day, burg. Malcolm Ilayley, Louisville, The Journal of the house and senmaking keen btds till the last lot was It. I Elkin, Lancaster, and Hy vote of the church last Sunday ate nre sufficient for this, he said. old. Denney' concert band furnish ed the music, and Col. J. L. Cowherd, morning it was decided to unite with Bourne-Dougl- as of Shelbyville, Col. Walter Dunn, of the other churches of the town in a Danville, and Col. Carlton Elkln, of union service every Sunday night dur(Catherine lloume, Big Crowd Enjoy Day Miss Laura at Paint Lancaster, were the live ground men ing this month and August. It is daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. V. who assisted Col. Toombs in putting hoped that by uniting our forces durliuurne, and Mr. A. V. Douglas, of Lick, Ky. ing the summer months our work may the wale over so successfully. Paris, were married Thursday afterbe stimulated and carried on more Paint Lick entertained about 1,000 noon at the home of the bride on the aggressively than it would be otherpeople or more in her little city last Shakertown road. The Impressive wise. Announcement will be made ceremony was said by the bride's pa- - Tuesday, celebrating the glorious at the service next Sunday morning Dr. Madison A- Hart. The music Fourth, with picnics, ball games, Chautauqua Opens On College tor. as to the place o'f meeting for the was" most delightfully rendered by tennis matches, etc. evening services. Campus Mr. Anna Freeman pianist. Miss The games schedu'ed between Paint We were glad to welcome one new Lola Hates, violinist, and Mr. Guy Lick and Illue Lick began at ten The Itedpath Chautauqua opens for member by letter Hit Sunday evenJones soloist. Mr. Jones sang two o'clock, resulting in a score of 11 to ing, Mrs. George Cox from ML Henumbers, "I love you Truly" and "O 10 in favor of the home team. It a five days program in Lancaster bron church. next Wednesday afternoon and it is Promise Me." The house was beauti- wa hotly contested and pretty even Our Sunday school attendance is ly matched. The same teams op to be hoped that it will receive the fully decorated in the hearty support and of still over the 100 mark, but our goal posed each other In the afternoon, (lowers, sweet peas, predominating. is (till 20O. Let us combat the In defeat for Paint Lick by the citizens of Lancaster and Garrard The bride and groom came down the (French county, which It has in the past few epidemic of together, preceded by Dr. a score of 1.1 to 1. stairway for laziness) by being in our place years. During the day a warmly contest Hart, to the strains of Lohengrin, and It is one of the most instructive, as teacher or scholar next Sunday the beautiful ring ceremony was said ed game was pulled off between morliing at 10 o'clock. Our SuperMarksbury and Hack Creek, which elevating, and interesting entertain In the parlor, before an improvised ments ever had in Lancaster and while intendent is doing faithful work and altar. The bride was beautiful in tan resulted in a tie score, and owing to deserves the cooperation of every georgette with hat to match, her cor-- , the time being short, game had to be the program may not include all of member. the best talent, yet it Is cheap nt the sage was brides roses and valley lilies. called, with the above result. The preaching service at 1 1 o'clock The good people of this vicinity low admission price which is charged. next Sundny . Topic The wedding was followed by an in of the sermon The Women's Club has undertaken know how- - and do entertain you on formal reception for a few Intimate "Travalllers Travellers or the sale of the tickets, and workers friends, after which the bride and occasions of this character. The Which? We plead for the loyalty groom left for a three weeks' trip pupits of the Hapl'st Sunday school will canvas the town thoroughly dur- in attendance of every member, and through the North. Among the out of had a picnic on the grounds and this ing the intervening days before next earnestly invite the cooperation of Wednesday. The pledges should be town guests who attended the wed made it thoroughly enjoyable. redeemed at once and all who have others at our service. ding were Miss Irene Kramlett, Paris, A recent utterance of President not purchased season ticket should Mlu Doty Douglas, Paris, daughter Seventeen-yea- r Harding is noteworthy and we pass it do so. groom, Miss Fay Acton, Lexof the on here. "The great need of the Due in Illinois, Iowa and Indiana ington, Mr. Clarence Withers, Lexhour is more intlmntc knowledge of ington. Mr. Cecil Arnold, Lexington, the llible on on the part of all Amerilocust, or cicada, as it The Miss Hebecca Sistrunk, Lexington, cans." Our Sunday school, preachi properly caleld, may be exmore Miss Clarise Harlow, Louisville, Mrs. ing service and H. Y. P. U. are menas J. II. Ilourne, Mr. Cleveland Ilourne, pected thii year in Illinois and south. The Court of Appeals In a case to increase our knowledge of the cm Wisconsin, with small broods Lancaster, Mr. and Mrs. lien Wilmot, sent up from Fayette county on last Dible, and Christian patriotism will (.ancaster, Miss Sara Wilmot and Mr. along the takes. In Indiana, on hte Wednesday decided that the State lead us to support them all. bonier of Lake Michigan, and in the Wood, Lancaster, Mr. Luther Kay, Tax Commissioner cannot gp into a Come with us next Sunday. You Lexington and Mrs. Herbert Willough-by- , southern tier of counties in the State county and make a e will be made welcome. Messenger. of Michigan ,thc characterise whir visur fail to bring the total up to Richmond. Danville ring noise of the cicada will be heanl. what is demanded by the commisA big brood will nppear in eastern sion, however, the Tax Commission Iowa. At a wedding breakfast recently may mandamus the County' Judge The merchants of Lancaster may Unlike the locusts of the llible, the the conversation had drifted around close their stores for two hours every which were really destructive grasv and compel him to County Tax Supervisors and they to the subject of children being out afternoon during the Chautauqua, hoppers, the citlada does but of place at n wedding. Various program which start I here next Wed- little damage of a serious nature. can be compelled to raise the to the amount prescribed opinions were expressed until the nesday ufternoon. This has been Interest in it is due chiefly to its un bridegroom shone out brightly and customary In the past und as many of usually long life cycle. The liureau by the commissioner Several coun- eclipsed all others. "Well", he said. the clerks have purchased season tick- of Entomology of the United States ties in the state have refused to "1 think it should bu treated liku the ets, it is hoped that this arrange- Department of Agriculture will wel meet the demands of the State Tax no present idea of birthday parties, ment can be carried out. Of course, come observations on thi year's oc- Commission for increases, but now simply have a line at the bottom of Saturday afternoon, will be an ex- currence in order to maintain ts rec- that the courts hive decided that your invitations, "No Children Ex the commission has absolute power ception. ords, from wheh I forcast the repected." There wai a lull around the to make the increases. appearance of the various broods. table no one said a won), no one lookThere are about 30 broods of the 17- ed uj, few breathed. Thu bridegroom must have received a kick under the Mr. J. D. Gulley, who like to see year cicada scattered over the United While returning to Lunrustvr Tues- table from his bride for his face was hi name in print brought to this States in different ooctlons and up. In different years. From day night about ten o'clock Mr. and crimson. Hut he did not let well office, a twig twenty-fou- r inches long peering 11)24 to 192K almost no cicada will Mrs. Joe F. Price, were slightly but enough alone and went on to explain.-"Wel- l bearing 32 large green-gagplums. 1 mean-er-ethat Is you not serously hurt when the Ford Unfortunate for u the plums were be seen. know," he stammered." I didn't mean Coupe in which they were riding, not ripe, but Mr. (iulley ha promised the strain was too much was overturned near thu residence this office a basketful of large Juicy of John Hall on the new Danvillu pike. and they all laughed until they cried. one In a few day. Dillard Llttrel, who admitted that Exchange. The cuuse of the accident was a he set fire to the home of Mrs. Todd broken radius rod, causing the car to Simpson last Saturday night, resultget beyond control, overturning at Last Tuesday was a quiet fourth ing in the total loss of house and co- the fill which had recently been Itev. Frank Tinder will begin a ntent, was adjudged insane last Monin Lancaster. Most of the store widened. Fortunately friends came closed during the day and all of the day morning and was sent to Lex- up and released the occupants, both revival meeting at the Antioch church banks. Many attended the big pic- ington yesterday. I Ittrel is a broth- of whom had received slight Injuries. July 30th. All the good people are asked to pray that God may manifest er of Mr. Simpson and owned the nic and ball games at Paint Lick. Mr. Price suffered a small cut on thu hi presence In the midst of the peohome Jointly with her. back of hi head while Mr. Price' ple. Let all who can be present at Wo oschango flour for whsat or injuries were rjuch less and not at each service and Join in song and All the world love a lover until he Hudson 4 Farnau. all painful. 'The car was badly prayer. make a. d. f. of himself. Walter A. Wobd mower and rake , damaged. Mogul wagon $95.00 Gas 16 por csnt Acid Pkospkato for With everybody wearing shoes $05.00 Engine and screen door at cost. Purina Chlcktn Fsod. there seems to be a tremendous decorn and whsat Und. Hudson 4 Farnau. mand for. bootlegs. Hudson A Farnau. J. It. Mount & Co. er Our local townsmen, Mcirs CarlmeetOne of the best Dispatches from Washington last ings recently held by the Kentucky ton Elkln and S. A. Wnlker, have been Friday stated that Millard F. West, holding some successful sales recentPress Association, was that held at had resigned as assistant commissionCrnb Orchard last Thursday, Friday ly, but the one conJuctrd at Somer- er of prohibition and will become the set last week, by Mr. Wnlker seems and Saturday. and Over Figures Of Last Fall Brings In About 10,600 Acres Additional To Co-ope- ra ttve. Membership In the Hurley Tobacco has pased the 01,000 mark, as shown by the report of Assistant Chief of the Service Division William Collins to the Hoard of Directors, Friday and the reports of field workers of contracts not sent in but already signed. AssUtant Chief William CollnkV figures showed G0,617rrowers of bur-le- y tobacco signed in the campaign last fall and 4,804 additions since the campaign closed, making a total of 60,421. President and General Manager, James C. Stone estimated that 1,000 contracts, signed but not yet sent in to Field Service Headquarters, were in the hands of county chairman or workers. President Stone reported that the tobacco situation In West Virginia and Ohio counties contiguous was favorable, Manager Clifton Rodes and his associates signing up the grower of that section at the rate of 160 to 175 a week. Director J. II. Sous- ley reported about 75 In the hands of workers In Fleming, Director Clif ford L. Walters said that 70 had been signed in Shelby which had not been sent in, Director it Large Charles II. Woodmansee brought twenty-fiv- e new contract from Clermont county, Ohio, and Director T. S. Uurnam, of Richmond, said that a number had been signed in Madison which had not been reported. Director of Warehouses Ralph M. Barker reported that the prizing of green tobacco which had been air- dried wo either finished or in progress at fifteen different point In the district and that the growers would benefit considerably from the increased value of the tobacco after it has been President Stone reported the sale of a consignment of these green tobaccos to one of the largest broker in the United States for export purpose. He said that a number of representatives of the larger manufacturers had been in Lexington recently and had called at the offices, that their attitude appeared to be fair and friendly and that it was his opinion it would not be long before substantial sales could be announced. According to a Jetter from a cashier of a bank at Greensburg, the growers of that county are signing the contract and there is some enthusl asm over the gain for the movement in Green. Workers believe the county will sign up 90 per cent of its acreage before it has finished the campaign. Judge Robert W. Bingham, director at large for Kentucky, reported that the sign up in the Western Kentucky and Tennessee districts of the dark belt is progressing, that many growers are signing and that the business men are lining up for the formation of the association as they did in the burlye district. Judge Bingham had Just returned from a speaking tour of western Kentucky and Tennessee and he said the keenest interest was being maifested in the movement in that section. air-drie- d. , Baptist Church News GREAT DAY NEXT WEDNESDAY - "law-zce-nea- Locust Tax Commis ar sion Upheld. house-to-hous- Stores May Close A Bridegrooms Mistake ar Potato Growers List Fields For Seed-stoc- k Inspection More Plums Car Overturns e r, Mind Unsound Quiet Fourth Revival Announcement Probably as a result of the better price received last year for certified seed stock. Maine potato growers this year have listed more than acres for inspection by representatives of the State department of agriculture. Many of these growers will be disappointed, however, because they have started with stock of no particular merit. Over a series of years an average of 47 per cent of the entries pasesd tho requirements, but this year the percentage will probably be lower. The moalc standard ha been raised. This year a field having as much a 6per cent of mosaic disease is disqualified for producing certified seed. The best stock grown now Is that from strains imported from the Canadian Province within the last few years. 3,-3- ry. Ballard Ooolisk Flour ts purs, nsallkfut and delicious. It (s mad In a spotlessly cloan mill from lk Try a sack today. finest of whoat. Hudson A Farnau. The Central Record, Lancaster Ky. Thursday. July 6, 1922. All Fees AWove $5,000 To Go Back to County AH fees in excess of $5,000 and the salary of necessary deputies and assistants, collected by sheriffs off Kentucky, must be turned Into county treasuries and go to the payment jf the cost of county government, the court of appeals decided recently The question was discussed in a by opinion written volunlnous Judge Moorman nnd concurred In by the whole court, reversing the action of the Fayette circuit court, which held that Paul Shlpp could not bring suit against J. Waller Itodrs and T. C. Dradlcy, former sheriffs of Fay-ctt- e county. The opinion affects many counties throughout the state In which sheriffs have been receiving more than $5,000 a year in salary from fees. Officials say It will save the state and counties many thousands of dollars annually. The ease was the of agitation for saving money to the state and counties nnd is backed by farmers' organizations throughout the State. The court or appeals In its opinion held that all excess fees must go into the county treasury. It expressly stated that it was not deciding in this case, whether or not the state could recover from the county its prorata of fees paid the sheriffs in excess of $5,000 and expenses. The county fiscal courts are charged by the court with the enforcement of the constitutional provisions, in its opinion. It says that hte sheriffs are required to. make returns to the fiscal courts and that through theic nn exact accounting for his office can be obtained. Through the law requiring that the fiscal courU approve the appointment of deputies, the salaries the number of deputies can be regulated, the court said. The court confined Its remarks to the Dradley case, saying that it also was decisive of the Hodes case. The suit by Shlpp was to recover excess fee for 1914 to 1917 from Dradley and for 1918. 1919 and 1920 from Kodes. The opinion decides that Shipp hal the right to sue In this case and says that recovery can be had. It was claimed in the Dradley case that in 1914 he received from the state $12,090.74; county, $13,515.04, and more than $0,000 from private litigants. The above ruling, it is said, will affect the sheriff's office in Montgomery county, not only in regard to the present incumbent, but also his predecessor, and it Is likeljr he will be forced to pay back into the county treasury several thousand .dollars. Dy the court's decision many counties .n the state will be affected and, it is said, thousands of dollars will be saved the commonwealth annually. out-grow- th THEODOSIA q I Tires $7.99 In order to reduce our Lnrsc Stock of Tires nnd Tubes, we nrc oficrlnR all Stnndnrd brand Auto Tires ly AQNCS Q. irlOQAN N.-n- such ns UNITED STATES, GOODRICH, FIRESTONE GOODYEAR, I I ili FISK, AND OLDFIELD AT PRICE FROM I a .0 I I II Hi TIRES. UP J The cars that won 1st and 2nd in the Indianapl-J- y lis Speedway race were equipped, with OLDFIELD i rr Wtaura rule. When Thcodosla ctime In, 1 looked apprchciisltcly toward our stepmother. I knew Horde well, und the flush of her chrck ami the sarkle of her ej sxike excitement ami adventure. My sUter lias walked a channel! uay; If, when a mere child, Ixwie started out uxin some prosy errand. It would be sure to turu Into a delightful hour of adventure. When our 'father uncspectedly and unfortunately married e thought again, it seemed that there were to lie no more delightful hours for Hther of us. You have read of the proverbial stepmother! Well, ourswn that kind. IXisle, 1 knew at oucc, would not he dominated, etui If she had lo resort to diplomacy to avoid It. Ho, for me, life detinue a mediocre affair my good, but sutUy Influenced father und my lowly, willful little Cl'jnht, till. Electric vtr FANS CALL old-Cm- I I ft sister. Theododa plnmxd, herself Into a chair, and milled her cherubic smile. our "Where!" demanded Bastin Bros. American Legion News ed Frervfh box can. There will be dining car facilities, showers and all the conveniences of a modern hotel. Parking yards will be located a short distance from the downtown district The New Orleans yards can take care of 4C.1 Iullman cars. The railroads have established a rental end parking charge which will compare favorably with the railroad flotrt ratei. They will charge 154 a day for each car and $12 a day n fur parking. This will cover all tariffs from the visitor's home town to the convention and return. Figuring on a maximum trip of ten days, the Legionnaire will obtain Ms "bunk" for about $2 a day, including Pullman charges en route to New Orlaans. The following cities have chartered Pullmans for the conventions Minneapolis, twenty-fiv- e car; LouisviNc, fifteen; Washington, ten; Jacksonville, Fla., ten; Cleveland, seven; Detroit, six; Atlanta, five; llirming-hafour, and Pittsburg, three cars. The sleeping cars will be operated after the pattern of a minature city. Each car will be a house. One railroad will establish a clubhouse with shower baths, a barber shop and a laundry agency. The rmall city will be thoroughly lighted and supplied with water; sewage disposal from the cars has been arranged for, and pull-ma- S Becker & Ballard BRYANTSVILLE, KENTUCKY. Warehouses Only Where Necessary Director Barber Call Fact That Farmer Waited Lexington, Ky., June 28 That the money required for the establishment of new warehouse for the Hurley AsTobacco Growers sociation comes from the pockets of the farmers themselves and that none will be established where not absolutely needed for the interests of the general association were declared in a statement made by Director of Warehouses Italph M .Darker in discussing the probability of adding to the Association's holdings by the acquisition of new receiving plants. "Tobacco Growers, in asking for the establishment of new receiving plants," said director Barker "Should bear in mind that it is the money of the growers that pays for these houses and that the cost will come out of the farmers' tobacco. We desire to have a receiving plant at every point where it is necessary, but our members will not uphold us In any policy of establishing plants on any other basis than that. "The members of the Association want us to proceed with as little cost as possible in the handling of their crops, they want necessary receiving plants and will approve them where such plants are required for the general good but, judging from what a number already have said to me, they will not approve any general plan for the establishment of warehouses just because there nre none in the counties which may want them, even though these counties may grow considerable tobacco. "The Hurley Association owns a large number of plants, in 'some places more than It needs, .n others it has none and in some of these places it ought to have at least one. Where such plants may be necesiary Attention Pay Cott of to Plants and Want no Money for property expediting the business of the Association they will be established, but not a plant will be established which the Association can get along without. Growers have already indicated that this sentiment exists practically unanimously among them, and it is the intention of this otTice to respect that sentiment, for the farmers will have to pay, after all, every dollar of the cost of such plants as are established." President and General Manager James C. Stone confirmed the report that Scott county!" which comprises one of the director districts of the Association, Is to get one of the Lexington hvuses before the tobacco season of 1922 opens. The Lexington house to be dismantled and moved to Georgetown has not been decided upon, as yet, President Stone said, but Director Darker will reach a decision and have the house moved in ample time for Scott county to have a receiving plant to handle the 1922 crop. "Scott county grows between and 10,000,000 pounds of tobacco," said President Stone, "and Is entitled to a receiving plant. The growers of that county, her bankers and business men have been loyal to the Association, have worked hard for its success and their wishes deserve and will receive consideration." Mr. Stone, who returned from' West Virginia, where ho spoke in the campaign to sign up that State, said interest was growing there in the movement, that probably a thousand persons heard his address nnd that many signed contracts. County organizations arc being formed in that territory. Sale of the preferred stock In the "Warehousing corporations, In order to give all growers a chance to subscribe, will be continued until July 1st., it was said at the offices of the Association, James C. Wilson and Company, of Louivdle, arc handling the stock of the warehousing corporation except the central corporations, through the which is being sold Security Trust Company New Orleans Hulling along the French landicape In the diminutive freight cars marked "Forty Men or Eight Horses," the problems of transportation and housing were solved by many American legion members supKel" In the World War days. "No," l)osle replied, "It Just When the Legion Veterans come 1 glanced up apprchcnshcly at my to N'ew Orleans for their annual national convention, October 1(1 to 21, sister's next remirrk. -Oru and Douglas were cuing to a several thousands will revert to their wedding u church wedding, and 1 railroad hotel. The New Orleans consented to go with them." convention committee will establish her hands In Stepmother ralM-hotel on wheels, with a housing Theodosla War- a horror. "l.n't tell uie, to u church capacity of nearly 14,000 men. ren, that ou actually weut Pullman coaches lighted with elec wedding In u pink cumtirlc drcssl' tricity will supersede the straw-Htte- r. "I did," Doslc confessed. " "hate you "I uh walking down Miiden ate liue," began iHHe, "when I met Ora Armour. She asked me to walk with them Douglas Stewart was Willi her." "I thought so," sur stepmother's tone uu acid. That she objected to Douglas Stewart us Dosle's suitor mo: unreasonably, or Hint she objected to suitors In general for either of us, was well known. "You met him by appointment, I S.S.S. Fills Out Hollow Cheeks, Thin Limbs! "And Oru- -" "Ora went home to put on her white cree," Uole udmlttrd, "but you see. Ora was to be bridesmaid; she gave THAT DULL ACHING me half of her bomjuet. It was beautiwedding was a Don't worry and complain about a The ful, pink Oet rid of It' For weak ery smull affair. Douglas and Will bad back llerron wore afternoon attire, because kidneys, lame and achy hack, your Doan's Kidthey were going ou to the reception neighbors reenmmend ney Jflls. Ask your neighbor' Read at Ora's afterward." My little skier's eyes grew softly this statement Mm. V F nrlckey. Stanford Pike. reminiscent. "It was a beautiful mar"t took Doan's riage. I'll) Ills, my wj regret was that Lancaster, says' jou were not there; but you see, I Kidney Pills whrn 1 was sufTerinc Just happened to be there, myself." with backache and they certalmy "That's all right, deur," I usund are fln. I kad a dull, nagging ach In the small of my back and morn her. 'I. for one," stepmother said severe- ings when I got up I was so lame ly, "am dl'inajed, Theodosla, that you arrosi mr hlp I could hardly K't around Mr kidneys were weak and were there." kid'The light." went on my sister acted Irremtarlr I believe my Havilreumll", "shone through the golden ney caused my back to hurt glii of Uie church window. In the ing heatd so murh about Doan's 's Kidney Pills I took them and before lovllest solemn wuy, and the face looked almost saintly, til long I was entirely cured of the trouble I can certainly recommend ejea so durk. his fute so white.'" "Who." stepmother Inquired, "was Doan's Kldnrr Pltls." Don't Price fOc at all the groom 1" slmrdr ak for a klrtner rmedr ret Dosle unswered slowly. "Douglu P'lt th fa-- " Doan's Stewart." rnter-MllbMrtrl'-V'Stepmother leaned forward with a Mr stitrt. Ttiere was relief, und a not ro . Mf r nnJTalo N Y pleasing triumph, on her fdc-- . "S.I. ' she said, "it was Douglas McROBERTS DRUG STORE Stewart who wus .married. I don't you avoided telling u wonder Ihut U realize tlmt ill the first place. now- - that 1 ioke the truth when I tolu your father that he was merely amu In rtlrtntli.il with you. 1 Ing hiiiiM-lf- . hp jou are well cured of your folly, Theodora. Whom did )iki wiy he rv-Kbrlde-griomde-d- er walks will be laid. With the creation of the hostelry on wheels, convention officials believe that better facilities will be provided for men from the same Legion departments and posts to enjoy Use comradhlp of the Journey and to hold group meetings during their stay in the convention city. In mentioning the great men of the ace it Is wtdom to nlare vaur husband's name at the ton. He will the ripe for a touch. Vlnr v h! lht married!" 1 Notice To Contractors Bids Wanted Sealed bids will be received by the Fiscal Court of Garrard County at the Court House, Lancaster, Ky., until 12 o'clock, Urn and irnntn whether JOU will ever bu!U yourself up to your normal, welshl Ipnis on tho num. Lcr r,t blood-ceIn our bloot. That's Ml thtro Is to It. lt7a a scientific fact. your blot.cell factory isn't work-iIt thin, rlsht. you wilt lo your Moo.1 will lx In disorder, an.t perhaps your faro will to broken out with pimples, blackheads nnd erupyour bkod-cl- l tions. H. H. fl. ktl factory working- - full time. It help That' why build new hlood-rel- l. n peoB. B. 8. bnlMa up thin, ple. It puts firm flesh on Jour boots. It rounds out jour face, arms neck, U puts thi limbs, tho wholo body, Tlnkb In your cheeks. It takes tho riollownrsa from tho eyes, and tt foou Father Tlmo by smoothing out wrinkles In men and women by ilumilnir' them up. M. 8. K. I a renurkahta Whlla you ara rcttlnir flump, your skin eruptions, pimple. bUckhcads. acne, rheumatism, rath, tetter, blotchea are belnit remove-l- . The medicinal Ingrwllrnls of H. 8. H. are Ruarnnteed purely venerable. 8.K.B.U olJ at all ilrutf stores. In two slsre. Tho larger sUo la tho uioro just-rlRll ns n. run-dowblood-purlfle- r. smoothed the folds of her frock, ".Me." she answered succinctly. scrcumtd almost Stepmother "What! Theodoilu Warren." she rrml me I" settle things Up "He us we witlked ulong." Doslo explained, "und Ora added her ersuaslon to h So. while she went t put on her while dresn. Doiislas, Will mnl I got Me The old minister who mar HcenM. rled u wus u dear he'a u friend f cambric .iu '. Hold Back I K ,aBBWli fallieiM" She turned to me. wllh a little mute pica for forglvencM. "Phil, dearest," she liegged, "get into your prettiest drew, "'id coino to the reception that anything needed and it shows Here A Cow can give milkto her fullest capacity only when fed the right proportion or balance of milk-makin- g economical. Friday, July 7th, 1922 "S. S. S. It for sale at McKobcrts Drug Store." who is n rood beginning for the improvement of the Lancaster-Lexingto- n Telling people to go to hell Is poor at the Porter Rich farm nnd extending four miles north on the policy. The world admires n louder. said road. Any fool can recognize n good hereufler." thing when the other fellow has it. The improvement will consist of scarifying, ditching nnd Valuable Asset. How many t, our family!" asked The fellow who earns his pay Into a width of 1G feet with crushed limestone. census laker, variably gets paid for what hu earns. the ".Sine ilawgx, fourteen chllluu an' Plans and specifications for said work may be secured from answered the resident Some people arc always looking the old woman." the County Board Engineer at Lancaster, Ky. recognize it of Kulrre Hollow. for a scrap and never Dogs don't count." when It is offered Trouble seldom bother the person t looking for it. me." Oru Is giving She looked hack ut our stepmother "You may come tint. If you like." Stepmother stlit mldcd grnelotisly. I knew that she was ipilrkly. glad of the elmliie to show her new llnery In big Armour house. "I sup-KlieHer. and help It would nplx-iito silence tliwuMlon," she remarked, as Nhe went up the stair. my llitle iter. I win I bent to kl seelm: a Picture of the small Pmln iliid In her pink eumhrle frock the row In her arms, the golden light oi tho church window glorifying het face. "Phil." she wldlered, "I want only thlngM In happen for you fr une materials. Milk is made up of Protein, Carbohydrates, Fat, Minerals and Water, in pro - e r portions mat, practicaii- mjcumii, can't be varied. Instead of making imperfect milk, a poorly fed cow gives less milk. Feed Purina Cow Chow and your cows will get all the Protein and Calcium needed to balance your Carbohydrate roughness. All we ask is that you eive Pwiai Ctw CMW a trial and let your milk t calci show you why you liquid keep on (ceding it, For Sale by IRVINE STAPP GARRARD COUNTY ROAD ENGINEER. irt, They do III thc'M here stranger. I'hlllun come an' chtllim go There are so many pretty girls in nmu. an a wife l sorter wished ou n this town it is difficult for a young but ns long ns I he inouululns are full felolw to decide which one he wants. of poskUiu au' coons, dawgs Is duwgs. them.- to HU0S0N & FARNAU, Lancaster, Ky. BECKER & BALLARD, Bryantsville, Ky Th Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday, July 6, 922 1 gmmmmmxtxmmmtmxm PUBLIC MARKET AIDS BUYER AND PRODUCER May Ro Cpon imam The Glorious Fourth U the natal day of our nation's Independence. You can make St the natal day of your independenceor, for that matter, you can make any day glorious in your history by beginning a bank account. It will signalize that from that day on you will be independent of the financial vicissitudes that beset ordinary(mankind. Come to our bank any day that you may select, and we will assist you in signing your "declaration of independence" in attending to the formality of opening an account for you. Green Clay Walker Law And Real Estate Mixing Cement With Soil New Idea In Road Building Sparc Where Farm- ers Sell to Consumer. 6ome Cities Havs Creel id Sheds Alonj Strict Curbs Supplementary AQtncles to Aniit in Oft-ceDlitrlbutlon. Money lo loan on farms. of soil to niter the characters of the List your farm for sale priv- soil and mske them more suitable ately or at auction. for rond surfacing ami subgrados Is an experiment recently conducted by Office over J. W. Smith's Store. th ellurrsu of 1'ubl.c Roa.i, United Mixing cement with certain types ran cigarettes They arm on some In M. S. Office over Tha Garrard Bank. In 4 idmideat form n market of tliN Phone Office 6. Residence 37S. ti limy be merely n delKmited LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. i iik'tli of curb, n of n limnd t1lon irH'l, a viicuiit lot. when, under uliglit auwrvlaloti, fnnnerit may group tlielr wngons mid wll to cimiiincr. O PTOM I2TRIST 111 Its htgheat ileveliipliient, xucli a t Practice limited mnrket may of u tuve-- l trnrt with nilMI wulka covereil with to dlagnoilnR and abed In pmtii.-- t tiuina, wntvn, correcting defects buyer, and Kellers from the weiilher of Eyesight by Tlie ohed may even be of a type that fitting; tho of In bad weather may be mudu practln I proper rIsiscs. ly Into an encloil building by the DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. ue of rolling dmir. A few title lime ereeted hed nloiig street curb for Opposite Gilcher Hotel. the protection of kii innrketa, but Ollee Hour 8 to 12 and t to S V.SB. for the ntott part curb market tire - itiuatrurteil unprotivtixl uml alieiln anmc1aI only In markets y!tuated on imirket trurt. TliD ewrithil feuturv of n retail market I the restriction of purthime n rilitlngulahed fnmi to ronaumer CUNERAL DIRECTOR mrrketa ciiMltn.V the oper fiii .b)it and letiat eiii-iheln'i-- 1 of nil type of public market. l y i:n HATFIELD DENTIST DR. J. J. BYRNE rou-iU- CITIZENS w NATIONAL 41 r BANK, WWW esa?" V ht rr Don't Fill It. h.lil should neter be I t t nt In resllr fllteit If bi t warn. ' bate It only about t h ree j r- A hot-wsi Ho NrCtMity U't crteWe of It. I erj i - WhMai a bore m grow ynuHa? with what t not grow idil. but I'mvrmit, rnere for Crirsllna. I Ht iih nerd strarg Thing. V !ni In thtt One ill atr.iri.t-world I, - ' . .i w iinaii ttil l the nelghborn tier Hhi ai.tor ran sing when Dal thrli enr are prrfettlr ohvl-las New li-l- aLLLLLLLLLLVC' Seek to Bribe ChoiU A fir Itellef In clmt prevail among tlx Inhabitant f Central Africa. If n lint hi- that lie Id to hl of a Khnt he local ne.lrtne nwf nml nk Mm Jo expel It. One method the medicine i man has nf ra thla In In tnenl, hoplug tint the food will tempt the Kliot tu lente the ImkIj-- of the roan. Many Writers of Dipging Letter. t .i l ir Inter writers to lite tititasW ..f :mh nre r filtered li)' n ln.l.n IiarltHMe orletT which .if lutPuM.-.itinmake the tnitl '!.. r - of Miy leucine let I'roN-W-ittns - fsrmi, on other farms and g other .ciions, where cattle are kept, calves from d cows by purebred bulls are often vealed becauie no market Is found for them as dairy stock. This I san economic watte which, according to reports received by the United States Department of Agriculture, the extension organization of Coos County, Oregon, is striving to eliminate. About 30 calves from the best stock in Coos County were,ved last yeor by arrangements made with farm bureaus of other counties to tAjke them when two weeks'old nt $12 Onife Over National bank. a head, crated and delivered at the Residence fhone 3. Ofllce i'hone 27 expresa olTlcc. Arrangements also (LANCASTER, KY. were made recently for a represents-tlv- e of the Klamath County extension organization to spend 30 days locating new-bor- n calves of good stock and finding a dairyman to feed them weekj before shipment to Best Calves for two in his own county. VETERINARIAN. farmers Call FOR REPLACING OLD STOCK Answered Promptly Day oi The reports say that calves 2 weeks old are shipped safely as for as COO Night. Phon. 317. While calves from miles, or 3G hours' iavel; day-ol- d KENTUCKY cows are saved to maintain the herds calves can rarely be shipped. LANCASTER. higher-producin300-poun- J. A. Beazlev Or. Printus Walker Department of Agriculture, proving lu value in nctual ute. The treatment was first nnd tried out at Arlington Experiment Station of the bureau. ReiulU warranted n field test, and it was arranged with the California Department to to' Stnte Highway It on the adobe soil there. project In A part of a Federal-aiSolano County was selected for the test. The dry soil was well broken up snd harrowed to a depth varying from 0 to 12 Inches and mixed with cement in the proportions of 1 part cement to 10 parts soil and 1 part cement to 20 part ssoll. It was in. tended to water and roll the surface, but rain prevented. One section was allowed to remain untreated for purposes of comparison. A recent inspection showed that the untreated section was badly broken up, due to the uual 'shrinkage cracks charactcmtlc of adobe soils. The treated sections were In good condition and showed no shrinkage cracks. The treatmet is not intended to make a hard surface like concrete, but to altar the properties of the soil so that It will be stable and le.'scn the elTccts of moisture. - California plans to conduct additional experiments, which will be observed In detail by the bureau nnd coit data obtained. States which sug-gestr- Is now d 10 GOOD! Keeping ter rei.-- t l)iwvl ce Hail Insurance Rates Reduced reductions of With the recent hail storm in surance rates on Crowing tobacco, in the face of the enormous losses to growers within the last four or five years, every grower can afford to protect himself to the limit and, with safety, go into the business of producing a crop that requires so much money, time and labor, as does tobacco, that should be insured against loss by hail storms. k on Tobacco Buffalo Wool. wool, colteeted frrnn the (iralrli where the animal abed It each Open RtUll Markets Benefit Both spring, make cnwii inoro durable Buyer and Producer. Mount-- i than thne of onlltiiiry buffalo head nnj i lea I era. .Such a market. If It Is a ell for new litlirnlii rJ- - fur Siuo "pnMlucvrs market." funiluhe an for direct dealing between ll producers and enumeni. Open marketa may nlw admit huckster, peldlera as or wagon and puth-enr- t aaleamen. Tbeae denlrra arc uiually admlttwt under certain restrictions. Department of The United State Agriculture ha glten much attention to the aubject of public markets, their an evtabllihtnent and oaratlun. a economical and wittafactory meeting placo for the country producer unit llio city buyer. A new Department llulletln. No. l(rj. entltleit "Open Tyiea of fubllc Market ," Is now nrallnbk for distribution, and copies may bit had frit by writing to the of Agriculture. Washington, IturTalo no, Jl.il re-ta- We Sell And Recommend Standard Oil Products because of their uniform high quality, greatest economy for our customers and the universally acknowledged responsibility of the Company that is back of them. Crown Gasoline. Polarine and other D. C. Tin bulletin Now that o many grower! have gone into an organltation for way ol handling their crop,, a, mot economical, buaineaa-liand the iniuianca companiea have ao lowered tatea on hail Insurance, there I, no reaton in lha world for any grower to neglect the protection of hi, crop by ample insurance. Detler aee your Iniuranca agent right away and have him pro tect your crop, which it likely to be dcattoyed any day by a hail ttoim. I'ohciea become effective noon, July I Oth. of public tuurkcts. their ownership and control, uml oprntlon. are not It says that public markvt ugendes to replace other means of distribution of funn pnvluco thy are supplementary agencies to aid, under favorable conditions, In eillctent dis- dlcues thn function tribution. BEES ARE VERY PROFITABLE Common Honey Qathersr Is by Far Beit Carrier of Pollen Scatter Through Orchard. Thu common honey ben Is by far tbo best cnrrler of pollen und It will pay the fruit grower to keep beef, oven though ho may not cure to go r, I tees, Into the honey balncs. bow-ovee SEE GAINES AT ONCE Tt. r Cherries Lead Bacteria Turks Strangle Criminal. A srlrntltt ha surrvotlmt In calcuIn Turkey strangling ami sewing a numlii-of hactvrla In certrlmlnnl up In a line uml throwing him lating lit found ii million In Into the tea ru common mode of tain fruit, plglit milhalf n pound of gooavhi-rrlfs- , punishment. lion In hnlf a pouml of crnx, and itillllonj In half n pound of Provoke Parental Profanity. An umualng comment on the ipiullly chcrrlr. of ttii gowriuueiit telephone M'nlcu In Liquid Air Expletive. Ireat llrltnlt waa recently made by When llipild nlr, nintnlning fmm 40 an American wnnuu ti'inporurlly residing In Loudon with her hushund uml to .VI per rent of ox) gen, I mixed with little hoy. Mtu .ild Unit, whenewr her IMJUden'd rhnrvoiil It form un exploliualiuml iinnwiTiil I hi trU'phiuu, or sive which li mild to Ik rompurnlile In plokiil up tlit- - Hivlwr to iniikc u cull. power to il mi mile, nml run be by men n of a detonator. Till It wu a hoimflinlil rule (hut ht mut Iwi-lv- wltlioiit fall liutiitMlhiti'ly ciitli licr sou out nf thu nxiiii uml ns far nway aa Hi!llilo, In onli'r that tlio hoy mU'ht no; r her liiikUuml awear, u he lliuvtubl uuuhl, The liquid air evuMirnte so rapidly that the explonlvo rannot be Mured, bur mut be lined within m few SUCKERS ON CORN HARMLESS lnlniiti'a after I' l prepan'd. Many Farmers Hsve Mistaken Idea That Earless Stalks Are I Hln-drsn- rxiovt tn n e. tin been tontPil In i"onl aro n tery proMublu side-linfor the orclinrdUt, eipeclally If Held ore uvullablu to work on after tbo blooming teuton of fruit has passed. About ono hlvo of bee to un ncro of bearing orchard should be provided. d rreferably (lit hives should be us widely m olble throughout the orchard during the blooming season. Kxperlnienl und experience have shown tbut little reliance can be placed on the efficacy of wind and of Insects other than the honey bee In effecting the transfer of pollen from tree to trve, or tn fuct from Uower to tlower. scst-tere- CROWN GASOLINE AND POLARINE DEALERS STANFORD AND LANCASTER, KY. Conn & Conn, Lancaster, Ky. Uailey Garage, Stanford, Ky, Watklns Motor Co., Stanford, Ky. Alison Conlry, Stanford, Ky. Wright & Noe, Stanford, Ky. J. 11. Lawrence, Stanford, Ky. e to Qrowth. W. 0. RIGNEY W. B. DICKERSON W. 0. RIGNEY OmcelPhune 18. & CO. Many farmers are with the Idea that the suckers or curie stalks which grow from an stnlk of corn, are u hindrance lo the best growth of tho latter; nd valuable hours ure Bometlmes removing them. Hut expert-tners- v during two successive years on Nebraska fsnus deinonatrated thai Corn with IIih sucker left undUturbed nutylelded that fnmi which the suckers hud been removed. Their leaven, like the btliern, would s.vm tn pr-foruseful ottlce lu ubsorblng nutritive elements fnmi the stuiotphere for the benefit of (be ear un the auto pent po,ed Funeral Directors and Embalmers Residence Phone 33. S. R. Foley, Hockley, Ky. ' Little & Ramsey, Mame, Ky. T. R. Kuhlman, Lowell, Ky. O. N. Hatfield, Hettii, Ky. Crah, Orchard Springs Hotel Go., Crab . Orchard, Ky. , Station, Stanford, Ky. Stanford Sen-icW. C. Cummins, Preachersville, Ky,X J. M. Sanders & Son, Marksbury, Ky. Service Garage, Crab Orchard, Ky. E. C. Howling, liucna VUta, Ky. W. G. Murphy, Hubble, Ky. Win. Simpson, Teatersvllle, Ky. A. K. Albright, Urodhead, Ky. CROWN GASOLINE DEALERS Hosclden llros., Lancaster, Ky. Patrick & Son, Paint Lick, Ky. J. S. Skinner, Marccllui, Ky. Anderson llros., Stanford, Ky; Hooker & Ballard, Dryantsville, Ky. Crab Orchard Motor Co., Crab OrcharJ, Kr Noah Marsee, Jr., Iiryatitsville, Ky. T. It. Taylor, Crab Orchard, Ky. J. E. Anderson, l'oint Lcavcll, Ky. Gais llros. Garage, Brodhead, Ky. ' POLARINE DEALERS Atkins & Moberly, McCreary, Ky. Scott Bros., Hyattsvltle, Ky. Lancaster, Kentucky. Stick to the Standard talk. The Central Record. Lancaster. Ky. Thursday, July 6 1922. BUCKEYE PAINT LICK Mr. and Mnf. William Noland were WE AKt. HLA1AUAK CR3 1 rw is PLUMBING HEATING AND TINING ALSO EVERYTING IN THE HARDWARE LINE. CONN BROS. "Live and Let Live Folk." IE DC LlL The Central Record Issued Ws.kly. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Ray were in Richmond, recently. Mrs. Kara of Mercer centyNi visiting her son, Mr Hugh Kurtx and family. A scries of meetings will begin Everybody Sunday, July lGth. welcome. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Kurtz and family visited relatives near Harrodsburg Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Naylor of Marks-bur- y visited, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Land, last week. Messrs W. E. Whlttaker, Hugh Noel and Howard Land were In Nieholas-vill- e, Wednesday, Mrs. T. S. Pleratt and daughter, have returned home after a weeks visit near Richmond. Mrs. Lora Noel and family, Misses Florence McMurtry and Pearl Mathews spent Thursday In Crab Orchard. Mr. nnd Mrs. George Marsee and family of near Lancaster, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Wi E. Whlttaker. Miss Nellie Ray and Mr. Ollie Ray Bogie were visitors In Richmond and attcrided the E. K. S. N. Commencement exercises. The B. V. P. U. of the Fork church vsited our Union Sunday evening and rendered a very Interesting program which was enjoyed by every one. enter-taine- d Cincinnati, Sunday. G.CGoodman was In Lex; Ington, Jast Wednesday. Mrs. W. O. Anderson Is'suffcrin with sciatic rheumatism. J Miss Anna May PIgg of George-tow- n Is the guest of Mist Sadie RalsIn Dr. Save Trouble These Hot Days and get YOUR ton.' ' Mr. and Mrs, Le Ledford, were guests- of Mr. and Mrs. R. II. Led ford , Sunday. Mr. John Wallace and children of Louisville visited relatives here the past week. Mr. Joe Bowman and father visited Mr. and Mrs. Morris Burton, the first of the week. Mr. James R. Carlisle arrived Mon day to be the guest of Mr. and Mrs, R. G. Woods. Ice Gream from us. We can furnish you any quantity in convenient sanitary packages. J. I.M Yr. ParabU in Advane. E. ROBINSON, Editor. youth." Mr. and Mrs. O'lie Bogie Though an adult today, you at dinner Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Nath Bojle of Lancaster, were a child once yourself. McMurtry of GeorgeMiss There are other children town. Florence around you. R. L. ELKIN, Local Editor and Mgr. Entered at the Post Ky., as Second-Clas- s Matter. ' I I Office In Mall Lan-caste- The Sunbeam Band will meet at the every Saturday afternoon at valley church Very few people walk in the 3.30 o'clock. Mrs. R. W. Sanders of the shadow of death. They hot- President, Mrs. Hubert Carter Vice foot it until they get out. President and Miss Hope Sanders, ft ln.iiiii.M R. THE AMFMCXN PRESS ASSOCIATION r MT. HEBRON Mrs. Rebecca Holtzelaw of Lexington, is with her sistr Mrs. E. F. Scott Master Stanley nnd Lucy Teater Secretary- - W. M. U. met on Thursday with 13 member and 5 visitors present. Mrs. Walter Grow led the meeting, SubSlo- ject "Christian Knowledge." gan "That I May know Him Better." Reading by Mrs. Hiram Ray. Mrs. A. C. Miles, Mrs. J. F. Price. Mrs. Nora Teater, Mrs. Mella Bogie. Mrs. Davis Sutton and Mrs. Hubert Carter. There were ten trays sent and five visits made to sick. The annual election o fofflcers Mrs. J. F. Price. President; Mrs. Hubert Car-tc- r. Vice President; Mrs. Nora Teater, Secretary and Treasurer. UKMr.Er..JMe 29. 1922 Rates For Political Annouacsmsats. For Precinct and City Offices. 5.00 10.00 For County Office For State and District Offices. 15.00 .10 For Calls, per line .10 For Cards, per line For all publications in the interest of Individuals or expression of individual views, per 10 line . .05 Obituaries, per line of Hanley, are the guesU of Felda Grow. Themuch needed rain is being greatly enjoyed by the farmers of this section. Mr and Mrs. Herbert Stone entertained Rev. and Mrs. Manley and Miss Llixie Perry. Sunday. Miss Dclaney of Lexington, is spending the summer with her aunt, Mrs. Anther Montgomery. If you feel half sick, tired and Mrs. Sam Johnson and children of worn out all the time it is'nature's Lancaster, spent a part of last w,eek warning. Avoid a breakdown by with her sister, Mrs. H. R. Monttaking Tanlac. gomery. Stormes Drug Store. (It.) We are authorized to announce Mr. and Mrs. John Soper and chilHon. Ralph Gilbert a candidate to dren of Uurgin, were with his parents succeed himself in Congress, subject Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Soper, for the to the action of the Democratic pri- week-enMay Lead to Heavy Fin or Prison mary, August 5, 1922. Mr. Henry Ruble bought of Messrs, Trau stealing interferes with the Chas. Duncan, Ed Grow, I- - E. Speaks work against predatory animals car and R. L. Marker, swne hogs at $9.75 ried on by the Biological Survey ol Duty and $10. per hundred. Case A the United States Department of AgMr. Harrison Dean Don't neglect the children. Mr. Win. Vanderpocl and family and riculture in the Northwest. Stealing and family atThey may not exert any great tended a birthday dinner at the home Government property of any kind is a offense, for which n fine of influence upon the community of Mr. and Mrs. Irv'ne Blakeman in serious may be imposed, or a sentence $5,000 life of today ,but in a few short Polly's Dend. The dinner was in hon- of five years in Jail, or both. There years they will be directing the or of Mrs. Qlakemans father, Mr. are at, present two offenders In the affairs of the community while Wm. Blakeman. State of Washington who have been Miss Lovene Brnmficld celebrated arrested on complaint of Biological we will be looking on or will her 17th anniversary on the evening Survey hunters, and who are under have passed on. of the 2Cth by entertaining a number bond awaiting trial. Others under As we train them today, so of her friends at a party Games suspicion are being watched. will they be then. And as they were played and randy and fruit The offense of trap stealing, in ad are then, so will we of today be was served. Quite an enjoyable even dition to the fact that all Government ing was spent and all wished her many property must be respected, is par- judged. happy returns of the day. ticularly serious, becaue it may undo We cannot escape our duty. weeks or months of careful work It is plain and squarely before Mus Predatory' animals destroy annually us. We may shirk it, and manv thousands of dollars' worth of squirm out of it, but in the end to Re- valuable live tock. They are diffi we must pay, even in person cult to catch, and the hunter may lieve have spent a great deal of time fol or in memory. lowing the tracks of a destructive The child does not come in Conditions wolf or coyote and may have set his to m world of its own volition Grandmother also walked to town trap at the very best point to Inter and it should not be left in its if she wished to do any shopping. cept his nrey. only to have it stolen Do you wish to return to Grandmoth-it'- s own devices. The Intrinsic value of the steel trap or take an elevated car? That which we create we This times comparison is brought before or the pelt of the animal caught in simple should protect and foster and vou for the people purpose of illus it Is a cash loss to the Government, are and the potential loss of future live of today bring as near to a state of per- tration whyuse MINTOL in that prefer stock through sitting a dangerous fection as is humanly possible ence to using mustani piasters una animal at liberty or interfering with mustard Nothing else will suffice in the smt-Il-For cold in thecreams.catarrh, grip, its capture is impoible to climate. head eyes of Him who created man bronchitis or pneumonia simply upply u hot. wet towel to the throat and Poisonous kind. Junes for Ave minutes then apply The home without children MINTOL rubbing thoroughly In for and cover the purts with ia not without a duty to the live minuto tlannel, so urranged as to a hot, dry children of other homes. They allow the vapors arising from the Death camas, of which there arc This treatform an integral part of the MINTOL to be inhaled. much an im- four principal species in the range ment will be found as country of the West, although causcommunity, and as such are en- provement over the and creams us the ing heaviest losses among sheep, arc am: mustard blisters walking. titled to the also poisonous to horses and cattle. nlevutod u over encouragement of the remain NOTICE : MINTOL is the latest Under range conditions cattle are scientific discovery for the treatment seldom poisoned. Horse are fre der of the community. of all congests! conditions such as The child may not say much occur In Spanish Intluenzia. Grip, nuently made sick, but deaths are A few cases arc known where in the presence of its elders Pneumonia und Bronchial affections. rare. It kills the Influenza and Grip uerm persons hovo been fatally poisoned but it sees much and re mem and acts us an antisceptic in heullng by the weed. Children have eaten bers much of what it sees and influmud throat or nostrils. For the bulbs out of curiosity and adults hoarseness, n little of the MINTOL hears. applied to the back of the tongue will have gathered the plant, mistaking it Thus are its impressions give wsiuni rviiei, aac, uuc una si.jq for the edible sego. The United formed, and these arc the bea a jar. If your druggist cannot sup- States Department of Agriculture has ply you 'we will send you a jur on not found a remedy for poisoning con lights that beckon it on to receipt of price. The Home Relief by death camas, but the deadly laboratories, Boston, Muss. a life of honor or of ignomy. species are now recognized and For sale by Stormes Drug Store. ranches may safeguard their nocks. "RememberMhe days of thy C't.) .. Announcement Stealing Traps Plain of Master Billy Rivers Peyton, of Lan. caster, was the trues, of Burswell and Herbert Chestnut, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Geuffrey, Morgan guests of Louisville were week-en- d of Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Woods. Mrs. Jas. R. CarlUlc and little son of Columbus, Ohio, are the guest of her sister, Mrs. R. G. Woods. Mrs. Rachel McCreary, son and daughter, of Harrison, O., are visiting her brother, Mr. John Pennington and family. Misses Marie Ledford and Fay Ward and Mr. Earl McWhorter were in Salvisa, Sunday the guests of Miss Russell Fallis. Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Francis are rejoicing over the arrival of a ton, on Thursday. He has been christened Salem Arthur. Mr .and Mrs. Cecil Dunn and Mrs. Annie Richmond of near Richmond, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. II. Ledfor, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Underwood and Mr. Morrii Todd were In Louisville the first of the week to see Miss Edna Underwood. Miss Rebecca Bowling and Mr. Alex Hall were married In Richmond Saturday afternoon. They will make their home with Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Sebastin Kt HyatUvtillc. Mr. and Mrs. I. B. Shepherd and son, Glenn, Mr. U. M. Burgess and family were guests t a birthday dinner at Mr. N. Ledfon's, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Spires and little daughter, Martha, of Akron, O. were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. II. J. Chestnut, Tuesday night and Wed nesday, of the past week. "Mr. Geoffrey Morgan spoke here In the Interest of tfce Farm Bureau, on Saturday afternoin and was greet ed by a large audience, many of whom signed up as members. Mr Mor gan was much encouraged with the prospects for a Farm Bureau in Gar rard and also pleased with the- pro- gressive farmers whom he met. While shoeing a mule Monday morning, Mr. Noland. the blacksmith was knocked over by the mule he wns shoeing, under the feet of some other mules and was badly hurt. He was cut about the head and several The stitches had to be taken. wounds were dressed and his head bandaged and he is now getting along very nicely. - McRoktsj Technicalities of Bee keeping Shown in New Motion Drug Store. oney TO LOAN ON FARMS Pictures Bee keepers will be interested in a new motion picture prepared by the United States Department of Agri Interest 5 1- -2 culture showing the best practice In handling bees and the control of bee diseases. The film, which U called "Keeking Bees at Work," is Intended to supplement a picture, entitled "Bees How They Live and Work," Issued some time ago for more popular use. The new picture shows theneed for renuccning the colony from time to time, the way to preparethe bee for wintering, the time to unpack the swarm, and hives, the control of other details of management. The fact that the Bureau of Entomology will examine samples of combs to Identify disease and advise on their control is brought out. The film is in one erel, and may be borrowed by extension workers and others entitled to the privilege, or prints may be purchased for approxi mately the cost of making them, which is about $37. Sue Shelby Mason Losn Agent and Abstractor Coart House I LANCASTER, 6 KY 15-t- f YOU te SAVE THE DIFFERENCE the pound the Dollar i IR ounces to 100 cents to Best Grade Flour 95c Men's Suits, $12. to $17. all Wool R. J. ENGLE Nenr Depot. Lnncnster.Ky Ask your neighbor about the De Laval Separator In cvery community there are peo ple who have been wonderfully to health by taking Tanlac Try it. Stormes Drug Store. It yea? aasjirmtmnd Hard-surfac- e Roads 11 Grandmother uied tard Blisters Congested Should A U at Lei 18 Fast Wide Death Camas To Cattle minimum widtli of 18 feet for roads Is recommended by the Biyeau of Public Roads of Department of the United State Agriculture. The maximum width of truck body generally permitted is 8 feet, and 5 "4 feet is the ordinary clearance width of automobiles. At snced of 30 miles nil hour in It Is unreasonable to expect the driver of an automobile to drive with the wheels closer than 1H feet to the of the pavement, says the bur euu. For trucks at an overage specil of 15 miles an hour, this dsitance 3.1 feet on should not be less than-account of the great width of the rear wheel. Three fet seems to he a minimum safe clearance between Inasmuch as a cerium bodies. nmoun of truck traffic Is to be ex nectcd on all main country' roads, the minimum width of surface should be IB feet to provide these clearances when an automobile meets a truck. Where the frequency with which trucks pass each other becomes n big factor, as in the neighborhood of large cities, the minimum width vf pavement should be 20 feet to pro vide n clearance of 3H feet and a safe distance of wheels from edge of pavement. hard-surfac- e Lstal Cms 3wHm rati m Ym (U lad lk a Unt. mrWaj "W am sVa salad as t lac D Lstal Cxaa Srpwtfc." SMaod ar wui) yea aas sA bt tlw esW laMWliif. S! wul MT tea to U& Sa kmm ol Sms Ds LsnUW A tW i ri D U.J nu smm cms. s if sail aiaiai Wis tntsata. Atksss sboat A Dt Lit J wwmj ItUm. Far laty D Lttal Caafsss lai at crass lamln iafmiaah. Tkot mm Is shmbs iar SW (annul utalaikaa .)wJi tat D Lsnl am sat l D thai. I fmJtif 1" si nvi-rsir- De Laval Wo are scttinj: aside the month of JULY FOR Sooner or later you will buy a DE LAVAL MONTH SPECIAL ATTENTION, SPECIAL SERVICE AND SPECIAL PRICES kivom to all prospects during thin month. If you fall to call uh for your Separator wants you will be sorry. Call, come or wrlto HASELDEN BROS. LANCASTER'S BIGGEST STORE. Don't lose hope. Tanlac has help ed thousands who had almost given un In despair. Try It. (It.) Stormes Drug Store. The Central Record. Lancastei , Ky., Thursday, July 6 922 1 Pair Trousers Free ONE-THIRD. i I WE ARE AUTHORIZED BY THE GLOBE TAILORING CO., OF CINCINNATI, TO GIVE AN EXTRA PAIR OF TROUSERS WITH EVERY SUIT, DURING THE MONTH OF JULY. THE EXTRA TROUSERS DOUBLES THE WEAR AND SERVICE OF YOUR SUIT AND REDUCES THE PRICE EVERYBODY KNOWS THE GLOBE AS ONE OF THE BEST TAILORING PRICES $25.00 AND UPWARD. COUNTRY. CONCERNS IN THE ENTIRE EXCLUSIVE LOCAL DISTRIBUTORS OF CURLEES GUARANTEED CLOTHES. LANCASTER, ANDERSON BROS. GENTS FURNISHINGS. Mr. Sam Harm, who hai been visiting hi mother, .Mrs. Katherine Harris, ha returned to his home in Louisville. Mm, Itev. W. E. Itix has returned from a few day stay at llerea. Mis Sallie Lou Myers has been on duty in Danville for several weeks. KENTUCKY. Gossip About People vgNgvg A GUY. Mr. and Mrs. John I'rathor, Mr and Memorial In loving rememberance of my dear beloved brother, Alpha D. Scott, who died ..May 2Hth 1922. Tenceful bo thy ilcnt slumber, Tcaccful in thy 10 low Thou no more will join our number Thou no more our sorrows know. Yet again we hope to meet thee When the day of life I fled And in Heaven with joy to meet thee Where no farewell teaM arc shed. James K. Scott. Akron. Ohio. Don't condemn your neighbor until you are ure you have done the same yourself. Some people are never satisfied unless they are advertising the good Classified Column RATES i Jee Trather. JOolnj. R.ll tl.ntUa ml Mis Cm1 Mid by Tfcatt Vt An latcmttd In. friend Miss Ma Mar lUy hat been visiting In Danville. Mrs. Carlton Etkln and children arc visiting relative in llustonville. Misses Alberta and Tattle Ander-to- n were vltitora In Taint Lick, Tucs-daMim Drlla Illce Hsghcs ed from a viiit to relative y. hat in returnMark- - bury. Mr. Val Cook, of Danville, h.i been spending a few day In Lancaster. Mr. Luther Glbbs and Mr. J. K. MIm Margaret Cook, of Danville, Elmore have been recent visitor in and Mitf Helen Alllzabeth Sprague, Danville. of Louiiville. were visitors in Lan Mr. Fleece UraMon and caster, Wednesday. Doty, have been recent visitor In Danville. Mr. E. L. Owsle;- - and guet, Mrs. Stanford, Ilenjamine Letcher have returned Mr. Itamlolph Harris, of from a visit in Lexington, Frankfurt, I the guest of hi mother, Mm. Klizn Nicholaavitlc , and Panvilte. Katherine Harrii. t Mr. E. U Owaley, Mrs. Benjamin f Danville, Dove Harrii Mis with, her sijter, Letcher, Mr. W. It. Cook. Mr. pent the week-enMarthu Trice Frisbie and Mr, llessye Mr. Tattie Andersen. Hatcher, composed n motor party to Ml Martha 0M ha returned llerea, Weilnesdav. from a tay with her iter, Mrs.. MUs Virgalecn Byron, of Owlng-vlllChn Karri, In Arknnai. who is attending the aummrr Mis Katie Barnes Dickerson gave Normal School in Richmond, apent with Mr. nnd Mrs. F. an enjoyable bridge party Friday the week-enafternoon at her home on Maple ave. T, Frisbie, on Maple avenue Mr. Jame Ynntlc visited Mr. and Mrs. George Rich, who wai operated Mri. T. L. Yantit, Sunday her home in on Monday at the lloyle county Hospital, ii doing nicely. Mils Carrie Yater was the guct Louliville. Saturday night of Miss Carrie SutMil Florence McMurtry of George- Mr. John M. Mount and wn, John ton. McHoberts, of Atlanta, are viliting towntown, was the guest of Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Cha. Bradshaw, of N. K. Bogie, Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Mount on Lexing- Mr. Lebanon are viiitlng Mr. and Mrs. ton atreet. Mrs. Martha Walker Kobinsan, of Holman Brown. Lexington, Is visiting her brother, Mr. Mitt Llda Mae Ray ipent the weekG. C. Walker and Mr. Walker on Mm. Robert Yater of Teatersville, f end In Danville, the guest were Sunday visitor of Mr. anil Mrs. Thlllp McWIlllam md MIm Elva Danville street Henry Yater. llelle Harmon. Mr. Eugene Auit'r left the first of .Mr and Mr. Henry Tuttle were Shelbyville where he About thirty truest were preient the week for Sunday afternoon visitors of Mr. and ha accepted a position with the Quakat the moonlight picnic Tuesday eveniMr. Wm. Walker. ng- at the new Club house oh the er Maid chain of store. Mrs. C. K. Henry nnd children, Danville road. Mr. W, n, Mason entertained returned Saturday from a viiit with Wednesday at a dinner in honor of Kirksville relatives Mr. and Mrs. William Walker and Mis .Margaret Mrs. Ve!ey Dickerson left Monday her Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Toynter had Faulconer, of llillsboro, Ohio. for a motor trip- to Nahvillc, Tenn., for their Sunday guest Mr. Green and Milsfppl. Mr. and Mr. Wm Kent and little Toynter and family, of Lincoln. ilenjamin Letcher, who hat L. Owsley, will been viitlnir Mrs. F. leave tomorrow for Single iniertlons Ic a word No mil taken for less than 20c .'r. in this column. No ad in this column charged. Seven Insertions for the price of five. Phone ordeM must he paid promptly. Buck up, or get bucked. qualities they don't poness. FOR SALE Some good sound corn, at my farm near Manie. Trice J. D. Wood. 14.50 a barrel. 2t I grand-daughte- - (Ic d e, d Mr. nnd Mr. Dave Walker, who Mr. Charlie Dunn, of Chicago, who visiting their daughter, ha been vUitlng hi mother, Mrs. W. have A. Trice, returneil to hi home, Mon-du- Mrs. Virgil Klnnaird and Dr. returned tu their home in b-- cn y. Kin-nuir- Mrs. It. E. Hught and daughter, Margaret, who havti been spend Mi ing several month in tanraster, left Sunday for their homo In Louiville. They were accompanied by MIm S'ellle Noland, win will be their Wtnnsboro, S. C, Saturday. Rev. and Mrs. Harry Hudson have returned from a visit to relatives in Flemingsburg and Springfield, Ky. guest. They were accompanied by their of nephews, Masters Thompson, Springfield, who are their guests. July Specials LARGE BED SPREADS LARGE TOWELS MENS SOX $15.00 TRUNKS $10.00 TRUNKS. $5.00 TRAVELING BAGS, $2.50 TRAVELING BAGS . . $2.00 SUIT CASES 1.25 .10 .10 10.00 7.50 3.75 1.50 1.10 daughter, Morjorie, have returned to Mr. Jim Kidd and baby of heir home In Cincinnati after a weeks visited Mr and Mrs. John viiit to Mr. Kent neice. Mis Ida Kidd and, family, the paitweek. Murphy. Mrs Z. T. Rice and little son, Rob-er- t, Mr. and Mr. N. K. Bogle enterof Richmond, spent Friday the tained Itev. Wm. Itix and wife and gueits of Mr. and Mn. V. T. Sutton. Matter Paul and Bertha Itix and Mr. Misses Roae and Minnie Turner Graham, of Canada, at a 12 o'clock of Lancaster spent Sunday with Mes-dadinner last Friday. Milton Ward and C. K. Henry-Mr- . and Mrs Roy Trather and Wil- MasMis Margaret Faulconer and ter Itoy Falconer, who have been l.e Francis and Colli O'Neal Trather Mrs. were recent visitors of Mr. and Mrs. guest of their grand-motheMr. and Mm. Harry D. Rice went W. B. Mason, will return this week to to Crab Orchared Sunday and were their home in Hllliboro, Ohio. ix o'clock guests at the Spring Hotel, Mit Lena Young, our qualified Mrs. John Donnldson, Mr. Z. T, and reliable llnotypitt is apcndlng the Rice, Sr, of Richmond, were visitors week in Cincinnati and Newport, f Mr and Mrs. Harry D. Rice. Fri with friend and relative. She l liny, accompanied by her, sister, Ml Liz Mr. and Mm. Tom Turner and chil zie Young. idren, Vertie and Amelia, were Sun Mr. and Mr. Simon Mix Annie Horndon, who ha been day viiitors of vUitlng her aunt, Mlsse Kate and TankeMley, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Doolin and Lillian Klnnaird. left Friday for a daughter. Corn and Flora, were n visit to her brother, Mr. B. D. and Mr. Herndon, in Danville cunt viiitors of Mr. and Mm. Jim before going to her home In Wash - j" lVI ! Mm. Wm. Sutton and Master Z. T, ington, I). C. Rice, Jr., of Richmond, spent Wedne. Mr. and Mrs. Shannon Wallace, and,, ,, ,M ,n w(lh Mf of two Interesting children, L. 0. Davidson. delphia, are stoppinr for a few day Misses Mattie and Beulah Cobb of at the Kengarlan. Mr. Wallace is an the Lexington pike. Misses Nellie and old Garrard boy and is being warmly .. guests Tu"ur ,we" greeted by hi. friend. In the city and rumuc .uiTiuu. COUnty. ' ! Mr. and Mr. Robert Ward and Mr. Virgil Kinnainl entertained chilrt.n of Madison wcri. week-ena few friends Friday afternoon with visitor of Mr nnd Mm. Milton Ward n tea in honor of her mother, Mr and Mm. C. R. Henry Dave Walker, of WInnsboro, S. C. Mr. and Mm. Raymond Turner and The home wu decorated with lovoly I. tile daughter, DetorU Alene, spent flowers and delicious refreshment Sunday at Judion, with her parents, served. The affair was a very Mr. and Mrs. Robert Scott. one. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Initio and son, Mil Kmma Doty entertained viti Misies Floynio Mne and Savannah an afternoon tea last Thursday at Lane, were Sunday xfturnouu visitor her home on Maple nvenue In honor of Mr. and Mm. Wm. Scott. of hernunt, Mrs. Harriet le White, of Mr. and Mr. Wm Whittaker. Mi. Nashville, Tenn.. Mr. and Mr. Dave e F.thel Barnes, and Laverne WhittaWalker, of Winiiibero, S. C. De- ker, were the past week-envisIIom licious refreshment were lervcd ana of Mr. and Mrs. Chambers, of Madithe affair was a delightful one. son. Hi-rnre-do- FOR SALE: Excellent Dodge Runabout, wire wheels, new eatings also a boy' saddle good ns new, never H. C. Gaines. until. Apply Stock Dealers in the market to sell nr buy cattle, hogs or sheep. Thone 1)3. Carrier k Brown. ciSt-ni- L) 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 should fail you. Yet seven people out of every ten have weak or fallen arches. Value your perfect foot and keep it perfect for all times wear the ARCH PRESERVER SHOE with the concealed bridge which comfortably and properly supports and keeps the arch in normal shape. If your feet arc perfect WANTED To sell or trade my home place, known a the Tattle (till home on Lexington pike, containing four acre of land. Will trade for small farm in Garrard county. Thomat Chappie. Farm Loans Made by Louisville Joint Stock n ml Itnnlr firtrriftfoswl .trtrt iitinrti !ti (under the provUions of the Federal Farm Loan Act-- In amount from $2,200.00 to J35.000.00. On improved farm lands. Interest rute, 6 per cent. Terms 33 years. ts on amortization plan. No com- mission to pay. T Tay-men- For full information address or tall on Tomlinson & Hays, Atty'f. "'. Ruling Affecting Bleached Flour New York, June 12 The Board of Health has announced a ruling that after Aug. 31 no flour bleached with nny chemical ugent or product made from such flour shall be "brought into, held, kept, sold or otfored for sale," in this city unlets labeled "bleached," with tho name of the chemical agent also on the label. Milling and (J rain News ,St. Louis. Mnny of the large city' Board of Health are making war on bleached and chemical cured Hour. While it help the appenrence of tho Hour it destroy the food value. We are protecting you by offering you only pure, unbleached, wheat flour. Garrard .Milling Co. Unft the ARCH PRESERVER SHOE will keep them perfect, if they are not, this shoe will help them. JAS. W. SHITH suuu'aTiiKruor wku. d Late Cabbage Plants, per hundred .25 2.50 July Seed Potatoes, per bushel. Sanders Variety Store The Red Front LANCASTER, KY. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Baker and chilMis Margaret Klliolt was host to a week-enhouio party at her home dren, Karl, Bill and Jay and little The charming Miss Zada Byrl and Mm. J. II. Baker on Maple avenue. guests were Mis Helen Elizabeth spent a. delightful day .Sunday, at Sprague. of Loulsv'Me, Mis Carolyn High Bridge. Rice, of Richmond, and MIm Sarah Teach your child to tell the truth, Chenault of Richmond. Friday evening Miss Klliolt entertained tho guest but be careful before whom ho tells with a plcnir at the new Club houso It. on the Danville xroad. Sunday night Tito Lord expects you to help your, a dinner party was given the house self in this world, but not to other party at Grahan Springs Harrodiburg people' poiteision. Many other entertainment were Wurm weather never worrie the given them during their visit here arul Miss Klliott hospitality win coal man. He make just a much on thoroughly delightful his do. d NEW FARM TRUCKS AND TRACTORS We oiler the following new trucks and tractors forrclotrd on All uc want is to get money loaned on them. mortgage Kasy tcrmv ran be arranged, Inspection invited. A profitable opportunity for dealers. NEW-NEVER STARTLING PRICES ON Write us. FACTORY TRICES BEEN USED OUK PRICES Midwest Utilitors $ 300.00 S 125.00 2- -1 ion Acc Trucks with cab, electric liuhts, 516SO.0O natter and pneumatic (ires 52S00.00 ton Diamond Truck with cab 1200.00 2400.00 2SOO.0O -5 ton InJiana, with cab 4800.00 (. o. b. Iouiivillc Several uvea! trucks and tractors alio tn be sold very cheap. Worth 1- -2 11 1- 1- -2 investigation. Address: ELM GAKAGL. Inc., (Hankers Agents) 426 South 17th St. LOUISVILLE, KY. h, i. J Tha Central Record, Lancaster, Ky.. Thursday July 6, 922 1 THE GUIDE i? j Still the original process. !fl Bv MILDRSD WHITS On Sale everywhere from Now on 15 alcoholic consent, made BudvM?3saM the favorite. And body and Irlavor art? the same today. Body and flavor, not mi, Wraitrn N.w.paf.r Unhia When Stephen hernlair physlolau uniemi nun nway for a rest thetiillU- stair hopy to Jiln In the curv. For i. th dmnlliutliig Neplieii had Inset Mr.iln so h.id Ids lung sunVr under . lug Cupjrust, 11 ussm-lntessii-pli- TheUSCOTlrc nviih many improvements he tmce remains m ua naturally m $13 Boclmser Everywhere iiiunner. Tliert-for- f Ids luutlier lioin, his word was lav ami out iiiuhleu ttlm had ecrvtt ailortii him tlrled her tears at his d part tire In iiihviisvIuu relief. vt the liU successful man luttl many nttnirtlons; li.s mm,- - us tenderly wlunln maimer of us u child's. The pliuv ileslgwtled by his physl elan ns isissesslng healing und ills trading sitter vu nn Isolated conn try ihienius paths ami tm Iki-Iilieiiut). Tills tloi'tor g.m- - I. Ht.plMti u letter of Introduction U "hi (Jem lie llni,tle tiioiitilnlti uuhle who, he wu sure, would iilmi laii- - his (xitlelit to I Minn I. Hut it lien the lou;( Joiirm-- j ended uud Steplien Kemlnll nought the sutisun tlal tiitiiise In the winmI It wa to Ids illapIe;iMt anrprio-- , it young woma who the iloor u tumcly joi.n woiimn, tinilotiMtilly, but he lu.t uUhttl nlMiie alt things to aiold tin mx exacting eununtlonal attire and nniiM-nsatlng . muster, la the same m 91052 for the 30x 3X 1 AT" JiLl HCN"U5COMnnouncea iti new low price of 510.90 latt Fall, the Pea- - .sfH t? ATIHEUS'Tt-nUSCM- Steplien frtmneil nn asked In his usual tone of disapproval "! lene lie llniy live herv.'und may t engage his services as guldu? I Mould itlso like to secure bounl With mm MEM greater "Usco" value. Tlic new atiJ better "Usco" as see whit no change ;oupriceit today tax absorbed by and the manufacturer. You'll njtc in the new and better "Utco" thcic features Tltictier tread, jriving greater non-skid maker) were already buiv (Icvcloplnit a still walls. protection. Stouter tide, . INC, 3T. LOUIS iiim ir Mvtihie.M Crab Orchard Bottling Co. DUUlbutott Crab Orchard, Kentucky of Japan, and va probably intro uucod into Hawaii in toil on the rooti 'of plant. about 1008. At that time it attacked sugar cane severely. The Found In Connecticut Nuritrjr pest infested only a small area, but tot, Iwai extremely destructive. An or The Bureau of Entomology of the ' eanliatlon of Hawaiian sugar plan United States Department of Agri- - ten obtained parasite from Japan in culture has been interested to find, 1912 and controlled the Infestation an oriental beetle, which is ordinary very successfully with the next even a sugarcane pest, apparently cstab-yvaThe parasite has extended its tnuer, lished In a Connecticut nursery where: diet in Hawaii to include the ordinary miscellaneous flower and fruit stock) Japanese beetle of Hawaii as well as nave ieen the Anomala. is grown, specimens collected in the nursery for two sue-- ! flalsln Crt-m- r. fesslve Years. The insect seems to Chin"iteil rvllti very Hue and bc doing notlamage and there is no her desrrlptlte lafonnatlon of " 'n " wnt third of llielr reaon for any concern over its pre-- ; weight In grentifcitnl sugar, using a the pleturrsue muntry. cnce Smilingly Indifferent she dronxil I few drops of Mrttlnnl honey tn ImM w'l song. When she hail dlsregardetl It ha, identified a, Anomala orl- - tovtflm j,,,,,,,, ,,,, ny lnM Into cntalis Water, an insect which gave", BWIH. nrill ,lp n, meltetL tiitswevt. for some tliwe his "Ills lie a great deal 01 trouble In Hawaii ened chisii'dte. well apart 00 Itruy," Stephen abruptly usked If thut iy wus not her name. about 10 years ago. It is a native' waxed pap--r until quite cold unit (Inn. I am railed si freiuentlr Jut Jlarelte." the girl laughingly ex plulneil. "that I almost forget the Interesting Japanese Insect n. Hie young wottiati mlmly read Stephen1 letter of Intnsluctlon und glanerd up from Its ihtuu1 with u entislilerlng smile. "He may lie able to take you for I'oi-to- r dray's sake" she oonde. srpndlnsly ngreed. "My father Mm Ultaltle to do so at present. I shall Iiaii to net as jour guide." "I am quite coinls'leiit," she ati- suentl Ids dissenting staiv. -- I h.ne roiitiiiil then hills sine childhood. I was Ixim un' rls here." Stephen rvganled the bright faci ainnzrdly, the girl's as her Istirunrf. was mi out of keeping with her primitive surroundings. Sh It as. he found upon 'the fol lowing tnornliig. who had cokel their delicious breakfast: she. who. clad In corduroy later nwalted to escort htm out the hills. llwie. n plenslm;. ahrewil old mountaineer, uaiwl to them as they started with luncheon up the trail. KorblddliiRly, as usual, he acceptiil the girl's merry sallies. In sllemv that will take longer wear both Inside and out. The greatest money' worth of fabric tire in the history of Altogether a handsomer tire United States Tires Un'rtid Stttts Rubber Company I X SSltltltltltltltK fctsifcfcfciiwhSkkktStktkkkk Where You Can Buy U.S.Tircs: HASELDEN BROTER5, LANCASTER, KY. BECKER & BALLARD, B R Y A NTS V I LLE, KY. PAINT LICK GARAGE, PAINT LICK, KY. Should Consult Food Authorities While the careful housewife usual-labels The road to success is not a boule. vard. ViUmine Cold Slaw Red cabbage Is nice for this but If Impossible to secure, us whlta which also contains a plentiful supply of health-givinvitamlnss when raw. Slice one small head of cabbage fine; add two, minced onions; one cup chopped Spanish green olives (stoned); vinegar, salt and pepper to suit the taste. It's new slaw, healthful slaw and slaw. g dall-clo- There are two id. to every and generally neither is under Garrard National Farm Loan Assn Federal Farm Loans: RATE OF INTEREST 5i PER CENT. For informationsee G. B. SWINEBROAD, Secy-Trea- s. Easy Way of Ridding s of Saw-fl- y Rose-bushe- Larvae The foliage of roses is very frequently attacked by sawfly larvae, which feed upon the leaves and cause the bushes to become unsightly and weakened, or at least much less beau-tlfand ornamental, says the United States Department of Agriculture. Three common species of sittvtly larvae eat the leaves of roses, and arc found in many part of the United States east of the llocky Mountains. They are easy to control. 'Knocking them some distance from the bush with a stream of water Is a simple remedy. Since they eat the leaf tissue, thoroughly spraying the leaves with a stomach poison, such at 3 rounded teaspoonfuls of powdered arsenate of lead to 1 gallon of water ul whenever the larvae begin to appear will kitl them and thus prevent the Injury. I fonly one generation of the Insect occurs, a sin the European rose sing, one or two sprayings should elTect control; but if there it more than one generation, at with the colled rose worm and the bristly rose slug, a cloier watch will have to be Vtfpt upon the bushes and spraying done more often. Gentleman. 'Hit' upvllathm f gentleman It never to Iih utuxed to a mini's ilrnim-stancetint to his behavior in thetii. Steele. Marking th birds. Then suddenly she turned on him n vt.riey of question. "Where did lie rotue from, and how long did he In lend to stay among them?" I like this sNit," he said ut length, decidedly. "Kntertaln yourself ns ton choose, Murette. I slml! remain until her jellies Jams, canned stood. fruits, and vegetables for her own It is wise to keep in touch with the later information, the United States world, but still wiser to keep beyond Department of Agriculture suggests its "touch." that if she intends to sell any of her products she should consult the State If love is blind there muit be a food authorities as to the regulations lot of married people enjoying exotsSer." "This spot sII do then, Murette." concerning weight or measure and cellent sight. h ordcrttl pentnptorily. Ingredients and the proper labels toj Never borrow money from a friend. It wus u delightful sot und Stephen be used. was ipjlte mit of breath, following his You can utilize him to better advanswift und tireless guide. I'rom the tage in other ways. page of his iHHik he long and surrep tltloiisly regardtil her. She was us In There may be such a thing as luck, teresting us charming, this calmly suof but if so it is the perior woodland person. Stephen hud energy And perseverance. enuglit 11 resentful toss of her head nt his ordering. Her pretty head now When wc learn to know ourselves I against the tree, she uiutised herself a others know us we will be proud Imitating und answering the rolls of of the things we haven't done. W4 Hunters Beware 1 e, In Mother-To-B- We positively will not permit fox hunting or h'lntlng of any character or trespassing on our farms. Any violators will be prosecuted. J. S. Schooler, Kdgar I'rice, W. A. l'rice, Joo Crisclltis, T. J. I'rice, It. L. Klkln, II. M. Lear, It. L Ilarker Jail life is becoming so attractive II. F. Parson, Marinda Longsworth, this country It requires only a J. 1' Wand, and Hughes llroi. (Other names will be added upon of home brew to make it down-frigpopular. the payment of 25 cents) (if.) wis-jitosys-Ite- m ht us Itpleuses lite," the mustermun tlriuly replied. "Vim have been engugetl us my guide." Mareltu laid out his luncbism. ucross the white cloth her dark eyes morkei! him. We Mill Muy, etenlng" I," Murette quietly returned, "must return home directly after luncheon." Kead ihis thousands of cxpettaut mothers undergo, unnecessarily. And when tho Llttlo Ono Arrives, you can ham that moment mora frco from tuarliig than you havo perhaps Imagined. An eminent physician, vxpert lu this science, has shown tho way. It waa ho who first produced tho great rcmody, "Mothort Friend." Mrs. C. J. llcrt-aaiJctanton, To., sayst "With ?ur fir,' twa rbllJrta 1 hal iluttur su'l it uur snJ lh.it lit liail to ut ln.lru-u.nl- . list ttllh lor l.tt luu thllilrra I m otftl Molh.r's ws had r frltatl ana had anJir aldclor I M I tat la crl sits'l .rr Uk obljr atisvl tta ar Hero la a wonderful momngo to all expectant mothers. From thli moment 011, cast from your mind all dread and (car, and foel every tk.y as tho months roll by that great freedom from much of l bo stiSdrlng nliic!i J ARE YOUR CHILDREN EXTRAVAGANT? To allow a child to become uxiravAirant, no matwell-oftho parents may be, is to seriously interior? with the development of its character. Extravajrance breeds idleness and a lack of ap. m "Illreetly ml, I huie eateu," she I must go." Btwsrs of Corsetal ' A bone In cornet recently mused the death of n yifung woman who was skiing In .Switzerland. .She fell over a leilgo Into ileep iinow. The bont pierced her heart and she died Bert way It pij fw HOME. Best umlaut fir Sl'ftTLIft il'h'DS ' PropertytonIy. Aik tie mm who has payed for his Jhome through the Building aad Loan "Association $1,000 TO LOAN on City She wus us good us her word. Ste phen, looking absently up from nn un mntstomed day dream, saw the flash if her crlms'in hat like a Hitting bird fur down the trail. The wilderness threatened nt night fall. Knowledge came to Stephen. There- wits sen lee which eien money talght not buy; there tverv orders which might 11.1t always be obeytsl to the most all hour of hrlpl-ne- a resourceful jiiun llie stars were out; IUIccb mlantcs." how still, how terribly stilt. It was. "Mother1! Friend" It applied extern"Well." nskcil u swtvt vibrant volet. ally to tho abdomen, hack and hips. "h - ton ready to ' b.icU with hip It aids tho muscles and tissues to ex, pand easily. ' It pcutitratea quickly. Slepi.fn Kendiil? Stephen Jum.ctl l.i ln feel to greet It contains no narcotic or harmful drugs. It Is safe. There It no substit! . .. ,1. Avoid usolett grosses some''Mil mid;,' lie said, und laughed. tute. recommended by tbo unknow"I uia stillleluMb ptiu. tlicd for tgy ore- - times -ing. Is sold by Mother's ter how T preclation of values. A pampered and d child can never really experience those joys and pleasures that are the birthright of childhood. over-indulge- Icm :m,'.iiii. J quolli'llltl. "Who :ir you. Marette)" tie softly Lancaster Building & Loan Ass n J. L ltkm; ?ihUhI. Kit St Sklij Mmm, Sfcljr-TrM- i. As gently she answered liliu: "Von have I nun I of Murette, the 1 come singer? back hen often, to vsll my father t'l I'N beloved hills" "And tils Utile jui will stay as long ut I? For I think thut I may huve grown hard and crabbed waiting for that one woman whom only now I hsve. love, and III one woman. Hills Mart-lie- . It U vton.lMiu straiu. 11,... I should know you so wmiii to be thai uomuli. but Perhaps," suld ilare'.te. his guide Friend" druggists everywhere. rR hrUwnhitU frw nMriUl book, ss-- l UMotlui tUU." tatWIuiiN M,fn4 KOTC-W- fJMtfMT IMH lafatatUva V I Majuteliif O Sitt u NalalatM usttal mi 'JliMMri - All, McROBERTS DRUG STORE 4 PER CENT ON TIME AND SAVINGS DE. POSITS. You have every reason to take offense when told to keep your best foot forward unlett you are crab. The Garrard Bank & Trust Go LANCASTER, 11 A a KY. true'' Trading our ovtn glands for those of monkeys is Just another evidence of the source from which we sprung.' We sell travelers Cheques, which are good in t It me tf . unueuI CH I anu an ioreign countries. states The Central Record. Lancaster, Ky. Thursday. July 6, 1922 SAVE MONEY ENJOY IT IN WHEN YOUNG MILK IS INDISPENSABLE IN DIET OF CHILDREN AND REQUIRES CARE AmR LIFE Young men who would enter the drdlno of life In fortahle elrcumttance should begin to MVe now. The approved modem method of saving It it savings ae count in the home bank. Thlt hank Invites young mrn and young women to Join 1U family of Mvinga depositor. One dollar opcnt n uvlnc account, and iny turn may be depoiited thereafter. The Best Pay Best The 1 1 Reason Why THE NAtToNAL' BANK OF LANCASTER. S. C. DENNY, 1 THEY Bis LANCASTER, KY. They Are BeSf Cashier. WERE BRED IN OLD KENTUCKY Cnpflol $50,000. Honor Roll Bonk Surplus $50,000. Let us tell ycu whot we have now READY FOR SALE. Dixie BROS. & J. M. AMON, PROP. Stock Farms. SANDERS J Chancier Growth Slow, tn lake the To be set too early work nut of Hit lmnd of the sculptor A character that that fashion i1mh not malt for rlrrtimatance to worth In the race hsp It I of I' that l to be rim Owirge Slrredlth. m-t- Hspplnen Recipe. The crand titlnU of happlneoa re sorac'lure in do, something to -love, ami hlas to hope for.r-llo- ion iTn r j Panning the Business. Oil ont' millionaire cum manufacturer walked Into the tearoom at Die Drake the nthrr day mii loudly that I hail Just wen a girl hewing cum, adding: l bate girl Itiot chew gum '"then Joined tn the laughter A Flih- - Killed by Sewage. Ttie other day, Just as the tide In the Thame wa turning fnm ebb to low and the fl.li wen comlnr up the rlter again, n very heavy rain, follow. Ins several day drwicht. suddenly and .' fluolx'it the M'cr of the ruth of foul water killed the flshe liy the million, so that the dead ldie ottered the hank fur mile. Great Comedj Drama "Friendly Enemies'' ping pathos. NEW YORK CAST L; . : cJ "Middle OntV Ham Lot. j Especial Precaution as to Cleanliness on the Part ol Those Who Handle Jane, who ha one brother older I Milk Are Strongly Urged. than herself nnd. one younger, ci- -' plained why a middle child hni a hard r th. Valtnl !! nirtraai If they nre left out of the diet for a of Arlllut..l lot. "The middle one doesn't get to The consumer, rather than the pro- long period o cnlled "deficiency dl Co places," she said. Miecause the old-emny deelop. Absence of vlone la always hie enough to take ducer, the dUtrlluitor of milk, or the tanilne A I Iwllevert to Induce rickets. and the youngest one In alwaya (ik manufacturer of dnlry product I the Vlliunlno U thought to prevent perron for whose u a new Parmer' little to leave: nnd Milk I eice llulletln. No. y.Vl. Milk nnd It e In the Home, haw recently been Issued tlonnlly valunhle for providing A, nnd eupplle vltamlne It In Flrtt Phflrlm to Die In America. by the United Slate Department of ' I'erfectly fresh, raw milk The flrtt death amonc the Pilgrim Acrlculture. Milk I Indlspenkitble In abundance. vltamlne C, ' hut It of the diet of children, tecnuie It solids often siiidle after their nrrltal on the America turner mny P lot i that of Mr, William are In such form that they can he 1 trad font, w lfe of William llntdfonl, when It I honied or a ceil. easily utilized tiy the tmdy, nnd who later tt Koch chlll stioulo hnve 11 full quart poverties of the Ply one of the beM son rein of It se-mouth colony Itefore n site w dny. If posMhle. the lime needed to holld tone and of milk letted for n settlement nnd while the teeth, and of vltanilne A, a substnnce Reatona for Piiteurlntlon. Slayflnner hi .Mil riding nt nnchor essential to health and nominl growth. While certified r.w milk I usually In Ope Cod hay Mrs. Ml Tor adult also milk Is an ImtKirtnnt the cleanest milk obtulnnble, it usually Into the eon aid wn drowned. updementary food. It should tie cost a little more than ordlnnry milk. (Jood pasteurized milk Is rntlsfuctory given scrupulous rare In the home. for children, tf the Juice of ornnget, Milk and It Use. Milk I an Important food, because It canned or raw tomiitoe, or rertuln und fruit la given fnrmlnc. fat other vegetable contain protein for and sugar for hody fuel, nnd minerals to provide vltamlne C Direction for particularly phnsphorui and lime, for home puatcurlzutlon ore given In the building and repairing hone nnd other bulletin, together with an explanation Milk I tnurh richer In lime of how bacteria pet Into milk, the than most other common food. A cup- hnrm they cnuse, and the effect of ful of milk, fay the bulletin, rontnln curelrs handling iiKn them, A great many kind of hucterla have at least sven time as much llmo a Some of them two medium sized potatoes and nworly been found In u.llfe. twenty time na much lime as two cause the formation of lactic acid, or four ounce which give sour milk It characterisslice of white ht)-nof average beef. This la ono of the tic flavor, while other cause milk to why It I such an eicellent putrefy If allowed to stand long reason food for children for hone and tooth enough. Tho bacteria that cause serious disease may also get Into milk, building. are recently discovered and are sometime spread It) this wuy Vltamlne constituent of food. Itelntlvely little resulting In epidemic. Kspectnl preon the purl caution a to cleanllne Is known nbout the nature of sate that they are Indispensable of Uiom? who produce und handle milk fur normal health and crowth, und that are strongly urged. I rr..ttl t! te vita-min- rot scurvy-preventin- I 1 11 Ilra-lfor- tlue tlue. the year round, these new line give through sleeping car facilities to Starts Summer Tourist Service Atheville from all section of the South nnd from practically every Asheville, N, C. The tummcr Import city cast of the Mississippi tourltt season hat been opened by River. the Southern Hallway Syttem with the inauguration of the "Land of the serSky Special," giving over-nigFoley's Honey and Tar vice between Athcvllle nnd the SouthSURE anil QUICK R.ll.f from through sleeping cars from east with Wilmington, Charleston, Savanah, Atlanta nnd Macon. Through car service to Ashcville Betl (or Children and Growa PerteM for this season covert a broader ter- iMcROBERTS DRUGSTORE ritory than ever before and all the Western North Carolina resort are I Don't borrow trouble. You can expecting record crowdt. Through get all you want for nothing. sleeping car lines have been establish ed to Athevllle from Chicago nnd St. When price are too high to tuit Louis in addition to which the lines you, climb up to their level. from New Orleans, Mobile, MontA sin is most objectionable when gomery, Ilirmingham, and Chattanooga have been for committed by the other fellow.' the tummcr. Ve, the world might get along Sleeping car linos have alio been without you, but don't put it to the established between Memphir, Tcnn., tert. Oo your bit. nnd Richmond, Va., via Atheville, Only n tmall percentage of u reand between Cincinnati, nnd Golds-boro, N. C, via Atheville. ceive our Just deserts in thit world. In addition to the service in effect There arc not enough Jail. Southern Railway COUGHS croup ' -- TO GARRARD COUNTY FARMERS Kentucky Joint Stock Land Bank will make loans on Garrard, Lincoln and Boylo County Farms up to $45,000.00. The note that never comes due. Forty privilege. Communiyear loans with cate by phone or letter with pre-paymc- nt vita-min- OLD BROOM When Straws , IS MADE USEFUL Are Cut a Shewn In Mud PARKER HOUSE ROLLS Sift and mix well one and h one-fourt- h Illustration It Will Clean Off Soles of Shoe. ( ' There' n lot of dirt that need never he swept out of the house If provision I mad; for leaving It outlde In the For thl purpose nn old first place. broom may be used, and thu It will continue It work of keeping the house A play which affords an"abundance of amus-in- g complications as well as moments or grip Handy Shoe Cleaner. Fourth Night Redpath CHAUTAUQUA 12 clean long nfter It straw hnve been worn down too short for sleeping. Jint tako nn old broom and cut the off as shown In tho sketch, strnw shorten and shurpen the bundle and drive It Into the ground beside the It will wnlk Jut outside the house. clean not only the hole of the shoe but the side na well, thereby making WAY TO WASH HANDKERCHIEF it certain amount of sweeping unnece wiry. At nny rate It' worth trying. To Prevent Silk From Turning Yellow No Dolling Should Be Done Dry In tru Sun. cupful of whHe flour, four level teuspoonfula of baking cupful of iiwwder, three-fourttwo tnhlcspoonfula f teaspoon- of sugar, nnd I ful of salt. Into this chop with J knife two tub!eKMinfu!l of After the butter ha been thoroughly mixed In add I one beaten egg und enough milk I f to make n soft dough that can Tos tho he euslly handled. i mas llglstly on n floured board f i Inch thick, nnd roll out t Cut wltlt a lurge, round biscuit ! cutter, plnce n small piece of butter In the center of each I round and force oer until the t edgea meet, Ilrush the top of i the rolls with milk, place In n ! buttered baking pan und tmku ! in 11 quick oven for fifteen' minutes. Serve hot. one-hal- 6. B. Swinebroad, Lancaster. Ky in one-hal- A Thought lor the Day. Ycu Knew What She WanuT s When "hen chanee between two Adv. A woo ,r, keeping evil, lad'es irr the one who enn honrdlng niilrlng n plmio, I t alimony. Itlrmlng-- ; dealroUH ot refitmg a daughter of provide the t ham Now the iiliow in xijun.'e for the miiuc. . 1. lloston Created Cc,u., v.t Net Free of Debt I Every iiiw Into (he world Or. Jot.ntrn'i Dictionary. endowed wm opportunity and cviHsed for th illc iH.ttor .; '!.. -- rid debt. a shnn- - -- r Mansfield tloiiary !!. I. o.nde him so Iiifhim v (Ohlot ulMvtir "'id wnt evti jenrs ut:. Tor hln other coin ili 1. m; Uo-- t atiial iiiinmiit. wrltn - '" Uncle Cbcn. "IV man Vi thinks he know enough to run le earth,' hold Uncle Ktien. "In now' ese don't actually know iiihicIi to drive n mule or put ' ' n tire on nivtor." B!o.-.:;rt4. 11 tlrst-elnft1 ' Tr.i. "" ', ''I For Smjr Stomach Fic' licsc'cchr, '. Coa'cd Tongue, Hit Choice. Tommy urn permlttiMt we hi liKiklng to go In nnd .;tlioa Ds: lli .th, Ailspui-cor Curf ipattoo tslo e: .ietv Ml th-- tn twin 11 brother. After moment he said. "Ktvp the rtHllimiteil one. sn. 'cuuse he'll bo llw U- -t llBhter." Ito.ton PCLy CATtL'lP.YiC TmBIHS Tnili!erlil Food for the Shipwrecked. lonely little ItdnmN scattered over seven enn (Jreut llrltiilu ha placed storr of Un nnd other for hlprvkel eretvH who might Ik' n Mied uliore. Altogether. '.'I llaud hilte llie.e xtoreit of foml. 'llinv nr estiiMUhiil on the mot remote rorneri f while the otherw nre nil on sin.i' .i i f r. l' ierou I lland dnttetl iibt ot t .s. 1'! 1,1 tlo I j und Iinllnn ocr.it On ei . Hiey clcsnic ihc howelt, steeleo the r'jnueh aid i;orate the lire. Vo wo;:ipcoi ii,kcu. 3l.. Mct. C'CkiOlcIt'wock aMb.: 1 heUv Tblii iberotat putaltd tUI ltr lt UllUltllK. P. 8. - should be rubbed on thu silk, no soda should be mixed with tho wuter, nnd should on no ac , the haudkerchW Kvcry home should kmi-u inirtu-bi- count be boiled. A hut, thick soupy II ro extinguisher. lather made with finely shredded soap should, he used for cleaning the handllemove mud from black clothing by kerchief, which should bo thoroughly I freed from nit soup by rinsing In rubbing with rnw potato. plenty of cold wuter nnd when mot ' of the water hut been presaed out A pretty way to finish tho ti p of llotmco 011 u petticoat I with entwined they should be dried. If possible. In tho un. pink uud blue ribbon. I ! s IfowehoM Question? j To prevent silk handkerchiefs from turning yellow when washed, no soup trial r1 'I McROBERTS DRUG STORE 1 ... I 11 About one hundred jenrs ago thu tint were secured peruMiut'iii photograph by a I'renrhman mimed Mex e. In IS39 Nlepce entered Into purtiieraMp with Ougucnv Hhose i.uuie I remembered In Dnguerreotypeii, First Permanent Photograph. . BIG ATTRACTIONS " REDPATH CHAUTAUQUA Season Ticket, for All 5 Day. $3.00 CHAUTAUQUA WEEK HERE July 12th to 17th When frying entree hnml crumb; PREVENT CHICKS PILING UP art preferable to craeker dust, be-cutiae they are leiw sogy. On of of Qreatett Single Cause Sweating Let Among Youngster New ropu mny bo made pllnble by I Injurious. boiling It In water for a couple of hour. Hang In u wnrui room. The greate.t single source of lo . among bahy chick after they hnve Wring sheet from the tide rather safely paused the critical first two or thun from the end, und the objection-abl- e three week and uro well 011 tho road wrinkle along tho tclvuzo will to proi-development. He In tho bo avoided. rhaiuv of their piling up soinu night, smothering to d th or aweutlng. A little benzine added to the clemmScouting cause them 'to lose their ing (towdrr when you uro cleaning a rittthera and thu turn In Intotvcd tn ropjier kiillewlll brighten It und keep grmiing new iom I utmost certain It bright longer thun If omitted. 10 result In a stunted und worthleai r 11 POPULAR EXCURSION' CINCINNATI SUNDAY, ROUND TRIP FARE July 9th, 1922 SOUlliluNlum A. M. Special Train Leave DanvilU Raturning Special Train Leave Cincinnati 6il0 P. M. SeatfilrU) GtOO chimney can In quickly cleaned by holding the hand oter one end and putting the other end oter the spout of u simmering leu kettle. Hub at one with tissue paper. hie.. Salt Flth. Mouk Hilt ll.li In milk to freshen for Immediate use. $2.00 FROM DANVILLE Dataibd lalwalkiai upe apfiicatMa lu Aal II The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday July 6, 1922 BRYANTSVILLE Mr. C. M. Dean attended the races at Latonia, Monday. Mr. R. P. Brown was in Cincinnati Monday, on buslnej. Mr. and Mrs. J. Ilogsn Ballard ' spent Thursday In Lexington. Mrs. E. II. Ballard sold a bunch of cattle to Centre Bros., at 0 34cts. Mrs. John Campbell was host to a Dea't ft Light and Henry They run and Pound Foolish Don't think because you can get a big can of Baking Powder for little money that you are saving anything. Penny Wise -- M ftii number of friends at dinner, Sunday. Mrs, B. C. Rose and Mrs J. Hogan Ballard were In Klcholasvillc. Tuesday Miss Wadllee Noe has returned home after a visit with relatives at Danville Miss Lettle Broaddus was the guest of Mrs. V;ll Broaddus of Lancaster Thursday Several, from here have been the Chautauqua at Danville, this week. Mr .and Mr. Kcbert Gulley had visitor, the Rev. W. n a week-end On Tnr's OnlyBake Way Day to Save on V Holder. When you want a new wagon come in and tee the ones we have. They are strongly made and won't tire your horse. Have pity on your faithful animals. 15 DAY SALE ON WAGONS AT LESS THAN i COST. Our Hardware Wears a WALKER BROS. .YLWLLiaLflLiaLflYvfle services. MARKSBURY Mr. Roy Gosney of Detroit has Mr. and Mrs. T. Pollard have return- returned after a 10 days stay with ed from a business trip ao Lexington. his parents, Mr. and Mrs. N. J. GosMiss Merrlman began school at Rice ney. Mr. Gosney is a member of the Accademy and Mis. Alice Sutton at police force and tells many InterestMason school, Monday. ing occurences of his work in the city. Mrs. CurtU, Mr .and Mrs. Carl He has been promoted to mounted Curtis of Richmond soent Sunday with policeman. Mr. and Mrs. Forest Curtis. Woodrow, the little son of Mr. and Mr. Culton Isom and Miss Mae Mrs. Earnest Gosney, who has never Isom spent the week end with Miss been to school, has conceived many Pearl Hogg who is quite ill at her horrible things in regard to the school home in Georgetown. room. When told by his mother Mr. and Mrs. Luther Burdett were he would have to start to school Monhost at dinner .Sunday for Rev. and day, he replied "Mother I'll take fly Mrs. Thompson, Mr. and Mrs. Mort powders and die first." Pollard and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Clark. The following representing the Mrs. Margaret Clark and son, Mr. different groups of the B. Y. P. U. Leslie Clark, of Lexington, spent carried out a nice program at the Sunday, with Mrs. Nora Prewitt, Buckeye church last Sunday evening, Mrs. Clark remained for a longer i Mrs. Thompson, Misses Susan K visit. J Sutton and Alice Sutton. Mae Belle There, is little change In the con- Sutton, Annie Blanks, Messrs Gene Mr. Cyrus Daily at this Thompson and Homer Rice and dition writing, although hb body is, racked I Mrs. Earnest Gosney could not take with pain, his Interest it) fanning jpart on account of Illness. continues and he wants to be placed where he can view his growing crops. of Mr. and Mrs. Shearrin and Mrs. Lunsfonl of Junction City came over Sunday to be at the bedside of her grand father, Mr. Cvrus Daily .They also made a brief vbit to Mrs. Sher-rin- s sister, Mrs. Earnest Cosney. Mr. Ace Dally of Cincinnati, came e recently to be at the of his father, Mr. Cyrus Dally, who is confined to his bed from a fracture of bed-sid- Illinois Boys and Girls Begin Strawberry Growing Boys' and girls' club members in 84 of the 102 Illinois counties have engaged in strawberry growing, according to reports received by the United States Department of AgriThis work has appealed culture. h.s hip bone. Mr. Daily will con- mostly to the older members, from tinue as nurse to his father during 15 to 2 Oyears of age, the reason be-- I his Illness. ing that it is placed on a sound prof-- , basis. Thus far 740 boys A new piano has been installed in Pleasant Grove church for the revival and girls are raiting strawberries, services which begsn Sunday morn- 'each having obtained from 100 to 1,- -' ing. Mrs. Perkins will preside at the 0U0 plants last year. About 2.10,- piano, while the pastor, Rev. HoldamjOOO plants were of the Dunlap var- will lead the congregation in the song lety. Bit Sile 1 HIGH GRADE fflffMVfflf iff 1 fMI LessTku PRE-WAR PRICES 9 o'clock GOME EARLY 9 o'clock 10 qt Dairy Pail lVi qt Double Boiler 1 Vi qt Percolator 6 qt Preserving Kettle 1, lVa and 2 qt Sauce Pan Set 1, IV2 and 2 qt Pudding Pan Set ONE DOLLAR EACH WHILE THEY LAST. This is EXTRA QUALITY, HEAVY WEIGHT ALUMINUM WARE 10 qt Dish Pan. 10 inch Double Roaster I Don't get this confused with the cheaper ware of the old sales. This Big Sale Opens promptly at 9 o'clock SATURDAY MORNING, JULY 8th. EGGS ARE CHEAP Preserve your eggs now to use next winter ua i about the preserver. Ask , 14 POUNDS OF BEST CANE SUGAR FOR $1.00 (Only one Bag at this Price to Each Customer) GRANDMAS NAPTHA SOAP, PER BAR 5cts. Cantpbell St., A. H. BASTIN & CO. Telephone 34 Lancaster, Ky. E Master Earl Scott of Lanonter, is visiting his brother, Mr. A. T. Scott and Mrs. Scott. Miss Jane Bowling expects to leave In a few days to be the guest of friends at Flemingsburg. Mr, and Mrs. A. T. Scott, Jr., have been recent visitor? ef Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Scott, at Lancaster. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Tomlinson, of Lancaster, were the guests of Mrs. Belle Tomlinson, S'inday. Misses Emma and Gertrude Hagan of Lancaster, have been visiting their sister, Mrs. Walter Arnold. Mr. and Mrs. Cliarlrs Wilson of guests Nicholasville. were week-en- d of Mr and Mrs. Norman Grow. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hutchinson, and children, of Boyle, were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. M. O. Kennedy Major Jacob Phillipps of Fresno, guest California, was the week-en- d of Mr. and Mrs. J. Hogan. Ballard, at "Pine Crest." Mrs. O. M. Morcland, Misses Zlllah and Amy Dawes were in Danville, Wednesday night to attend the Brew- wedding. Mr. and Mr. C. M. Dean and family Mr. and Mrs. A. T Scott, Jr., en joyed a delightful outing at Blue Grass Park, on the 4th Mr. and Mrs. John J. Hagan and Master Jesse Mershon Hagan, of Springfield, have been the guests of Mr. and Mrs. M. O. Kennedy. Everyone is rejoicing of the recent good rain of Monday ns it was badly needed jn this vicinity, both on ac count of the crops and gardens. ' Mr. and Mrs. Rodis, Mr. and Mrs. Cooley and Miss Sally Ball of Carters-villwere among the guests who were entertained by Mrs. John Camp bell, Sunday. The many friends of Mr. Allen Stilwell were grieved to hear that he was stricken with typhoid fever, Pri day, and was taken to the Boyle county Hospital, for treatment. The W. C. T. U. met Friday after noon with Mrs. B. A. Dawes. The program was quite Interesting with Mrs. C. M. Dean and Mrs. B. C. Rose as leaders. At the conclusion of the business session, delightful of Ices and cakes were served by the hostess. Among those from a distance that attended the funeral of Mrs. A. T. Christopher, last Wednesday, were Mrs. J. E. Scott, Burgin, Mrs. Delia Daugherty of Lexington, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Bourne, of Monticello, Ind., Mrs Jennie Ruble and Mr. Raymond Ruble Mrs. John Davis and Mr. Allan Davis of Danville, Mrs. Belle Poure and sons, Messrs William nnd Walker Poore, of Wilmore, and Mrs. J. C. W.lliams, of Lancaster. CHRISTOPHER. Friends and acquaintances of Mrs. A. T, Christopher, of Somerset, wers grieved to hear of her deuth which occured last Tuesday morning at the home of her father, Mr. Logan Ison. Mrs. Christopher had been In declin ing health for several months and only a few days before had been brought from a Lexington Hospital to the home of her father. She was the oldest daughter of Mr. Isom Mrs. Christopher is sur- v ved by her husband, Mr. A. T. Christopher nnd three sons, Mr. Letch er Crishtopher, of Lancaster Messrs Logan and Maurin Christupher of Somerset, nil of whom had been at her bedside. Also by her father, Mr. Logan Ison, und thieu sisters, Mrs. T. S. Poore, of Wili.iore, Mrs. W. A. Dickerson, uf Lancaster am! Miss Eliza I.on,all of whom have the sympathy of this entire community in their bereavement. Mrs. Christopher united with the ' Methodist church in early woman hood and had always been a devout and consistmen( member. The funeral services were held Wednesday morning at ten o'clock at the family lot In the cemetery at "Harmony" church at Buena Vista. The service being conducted by her former pastor Rev, W. L. Clark, assisted by Rev. , A. V, Johes, of Wilmore. e, USE Tho Economy -- CALUMET It costs only a fraction of a cent for each baking. -- BAKING POWDER You use less because it conordi- tains more than the BEST BT TEST nary leavening strength. The World's Greatest Baking Powder Mr Todd Simpson had the misfortune to get his house burned down Mrs. Belle Snydei visiting rela- Saturday night. tives In Madison. Mr. Fred Snyder and daughter! Miss Nancy Sander is spending the spent the day with Mr. and Mrs. J. week with her sister, Mr. William D. Ray, Sunday, Ray. Mr. and Mrs. William Ray and Mrs. Coy Sanders and little daugh- baby Charlotte , spent the day Sunday ter, Treva, visited relatives here last with Mr .and Mrs. S. N. Sanders. week. Mr. and Mrs. Kirby Teater and son, LOYO 1 J. L. and limn and Mrs. - l Mathews spent Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Kemp Walker, on Buckeye, pike. Mr. and Mrs. Squire T. Whittakrr entertained Sunday, to dinner, Mr. and Mrs. Bailey Montgomery. Mr. and Mrs. Kelly, Messrs Nelson and Te vis Preston of Lancaster and Mei. rs Fosler of BryanMville. Public Sale -- OF- Fine Blue Grass Farm Containing and Personalty. -- 288.6-1- 0 Acres ON- t WEDNESDAY (1-10 JULY 12th. AT NINE A. M. We have contracted with Miss Mary Sholton nnd Mrs. Mnttic Shelton Roj, executors of the estate of Samuel Shelton, defeased, to sell the home place on the above date. This fine acres and is located three nnd a half miles east of Danblue grass farm contains '2S8 ville and near Lancaster pike. This farm is located in one of the best producing and most fertile sections of the county and in an ideal neighborhood. The improvements consist of u ten room frame residence in first clntji condition; one new eight acre tobacco barn; one new stock barn; tongue and groove iloor, nine box stalls, gear room and driveway; double corn cribs, servant house; garage; four room tenant house; granary; milk wagon sheds and all other necessary outbuildings a complete home. Two large cisterns at residence. This farm is well watered; pond fed by a never failing spring; other good springs; also water from Clark's Hun and Dix River. This farm is in high state of cultivation; eighty acres in blue grass, balance in clover timothy, wheat, corn, cow peas and Tobacco. This farm grows fine wheat, corn, hemp and tobacco. The location is ideal. Located only three miles from Danville, a city of fine schools, colleges, churches and people of high culture education. A great place for the rearing and education of children. Danville is known as the most perfect streets in the country; the most perfect water system and the best school systems. SALE OF PERSONALTY At the same time and place the following personal property will be sold at auction. Three mules, two mares, twelve cows and heifers, four sows, twenty-si- x shonts, one male e wagon and frame, hog, one buggy and harness, one, ........,. ....it 1..... Hilbn uuuone planter,n . two smoothing . ...... ...... MnllllM unc u ...... ...litt... .. I. ........ a... uuu m. mil .1. .l.t.l alt.... ii.u.wtt uuu .uij i.iiw:, urMl;, IHO turniuiiui, Iliiriuttn, unu iiiiuiiK t. ing plows, and other articles too numerous to mention. Also some house hold goods will be sold. Parties from a distnuce will be met at train nnd shown over the place or they may see the place at any time by calling at the residence. This is an ABSOLUTE SALE without or limit. The high dollar buys it. TERMS: Reasonable and will be announced on day of tale, For further information write or phone, 529. u, two-hors- 1 - a re-ser- ve Danvttttv Kentucky. Real Estate rokeri and Auctioneer. 'At the same time and place J. L. Murphy will sell five hundred head of stock ewes to the highest bidders. , I. M. Dunn 6c Co