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RICHARDSON NO PEACE IN SIGHT GREAT Violence 'FIVE BIG EVENINGS GOOD ATTENDANCE Murder Will Out (Editorial) The Clayhole Political murChamber of Commerce Hold der cases will not down. In From Congressional Race in Rail the light of recent revelations, Interesting Session The Interest of Party FINE PROGRAM in order to save the honor of Prmrrnni Harmony CMcags, July 111 White flatly NAMED COMMITTEES tKe state a most searching inThe Lanrtttter Chautauqua opened tu inert the leader of 400,000 The progressive citizen' of Paint vestigation of the facts of the D.pl- - Rvfrrli lh Electoral. Will striking shopmen tu discuss peace It It g tent yesterday afternoon for marked the A good attendance are certainly tu In- congrntu- y engagement with the Kevin proposals, railway executive tonight and the trials that Opportunity to Ei ...... r. Nol Has ...... Com- murders upon their effort in securing meeting of the Chamber of ved last nliftU' ' " nnn ' left onen the door for a settlement ' IlL e Southern Chautauqua for that merce last Friday evening at it. club have resulted, and have failed Upon Th umiiliBliK and prvtt lttl( of the ttrike through the uniUMi L. ,.,1. buslnej was dis- to result, require , the most n r IllVUfl r MHIKHI """ii'fc ritv. btHnnlni? then ntt Mnmlnv rooms andmuch Ronus Bill . Hoard. . Mate Railroad n.t t..ti., iw.. n.nin, posed of. It wa the first meeting rigid investigation. programs i:.i..n nu ciay We call mouier. inr Immediately after reaching an were delightful onen atul the crowd The repertoire for the five day is under the new organization since the attention specially to the readJudge NKI.VIIIT Ik .11. fl ku ..f .11.' ll. ... tl... "big ULHifh firarHi-fillThe following letter from M..dMn week ao. Charles A. Ilar.iin to William Vernon four brotherhood not to require ' HIImiI . til . tnt WII all that could be asked for and it is election of officer. a fewthe minutes ers of the Record to consider After the reading of pleased, an evidenced by the hearty hoped that those who are responsible nl Richard their member to do any of the work Richardson, Danville, spontaneous applause which fol for these delightful entertainments, of the last regular meeting reports this important condition in our 4)n'i reply are explanatory. of striking shopmen, the executive and will meet with the hearty support of committees were heard and many state. Republicans. Democrats, lowed each number. Harrodsburg, Ky., began consideration of a peace pro and of her entire citi- communications read, which brought men and women of all political include The program this year ...(.M.I..M.I ... I... It.... U 'i July 3, . if. .fill ... .'Mi'imiiru ... , up some interesting discussions. t . Kreateit lecturers on the zenry. faith should investigate these i ii "VI" VIIOIIIIIMII 14 HIV i.i.... k Hi I""" . Hon. Vernon Richardson, tUUUI 1'VMI Secretary Abbott read a detailed The first evening open with the l0,'alCftn .m J0'1? Chicago Concert Company and lec- report of the activities of the Cham- cases and let public opinion Danville, Ky. after a conference with II. M. Jewell,' afternoon ,,Utf,,rm program head of the tnkintc ihopmen. My dear Vernon: It is hard (Srand Concert, (Jretchen Cox and ture, "Immortality of Influence" by ber of Commerce and what had been form a just verdict. learned by telephone you are Their anwer, In the form of a Company, during the past year to believe that a conspiracy George I. Marker, a platform orator accomplished J going to Richmond today to meet letter addressed to Mr. Hooper, who with a lecture tonight by not under its assistance. It wa could have been formed by a after- of twenty years service. Gilbert and this upon my sug ai. that he was actinic in a personal Edward Amherst Ott Friday received by all tho- - present number of partisans, to go inThe second evening The Serena-ite- r noon and evening, l.ectu conveyed by Mr. Richard rapacity In initiating the gestion Male Quartette will entertain. and on motion It was orderwd spread by Stephani Schultze and the popular to Clayhole precinct in Breathtloni, asserted that the atlike wa concert by the National Male Quar- The versatility of the Individual on the minute of the body and a I am very Krateful to you for OjcalliHl In defiance of the board, and members of this quartette and the copy furmhed the Central Record itt county to break up or preSaturday afternoon a lecture, much conideratlon a I understand therefore ony conference between tette. "The Pacific Triangle" by Sydney variety of good music they offer far for publication. This report will be vent an election, or that these you had prepared a speech and had the exeiutUe and the str.krrs (reenble, followed that evening by exceed anything ever offered of published in full In a few weeki. 'men in this conspiracy should Intended meeting him. I sincerely would not be "permiiilble or toli thi character. The meeting of the Central ken go there from other porta of comedy drama the delightful - able," at it would place the carrier you will have no rem to reThe third evening include a lec- tucky U!ue Grass League, of com "Friendly Enemies." The fifth and Breathitt and adjoining court-- , jtret your action. No one know bet- in the position of seeking to find last day, next Monday, Is another ture, "The Joy of The Job" by E. mercial organizations will be held means to subvert the decision of the ter than myself that I am under in Lancaster Friday, July 23th and ties armed, twelve or fourteen Jefferson Gardner. After hearing popular concert, by the Kublick obligation to you which I can boar). and llernice Van. The same him you will feel stronger, burdens a committee was named to arrange strong and commit wholesale repay. Your Hne loyalty to "A prompt recall of the strike never will be lighter and the future seem a program suitable for the occasion murder. Yet that is the charge folmy interests and the warmth of your order," the letter added, however, company ill be heard that night, and to extend an invitation to the and the men were there armed. low d by a lecture, "The Wonders of brighter. This same evening appear friendship can never be forgotten "would permit the resumption of the Gerhardt Entertainer who will other organizations. by Dr. H. It is admitted that these men and want(you to know I stand al- former methods of conference and Hurbank." M Young, A. Adrian. A luncheon will be given at the Mr. W. the "seven day make you forget worry. That'f their ways ready to prove my appreci permit the consideration of any matdid destroy the ballots after man" arrive. last mission in life. They have scatter- - Kengarlan hotel and plates will be in atlon. You are finely qualified by ter which representatives of emThursday morning, and has done ed fun and opiumism through almost prepared for one hundred or more. the murder. t It is a fact that exceptional advantage and legiia ployes might desire to submit." committee will as a result of the alTair more The entertainment 6me good ervice for the local com- everx state in the Union. Uvt experience to represent this disThf fourth evening, America's look after all the detail and it is than a score of infant children made many mittee trict in Congress. Your honor, Raw Deal, Say Walton .luring and stay with warm friend greatest comedy drama, "It Pays to expected that practically every memIns ui. were made orphans and four your dependable your integrity, It was right for Shelton Sauficy, of The superintendent in charge, Mr. Advertise." will hold the board. ber of the'local organization will at fidelity to your party and common or five women are widows, not when you check your care tend this luncheon. Richmond Register, tn get the V. T. Smith, whose home i in Lex- This the wealth proven by a life of devoted blue tie for being the handsomest More detail and the committees to mention the five murders and troubles, worries and grouches menu recognition. Your man at the K. I' A. meeting at Crab ington, III., arrived yesterday morn- at the entrance of the big tent and named at the last meeting here, will service and a number of wounded. It ing. Mr Smith hu been connected telling fight and courage to make a ettle down for an evening of laughs, be given in the next issue of the is hard to believe that the few Orchard Springs, for of course he your ability to look after your in was, but we are sore to the quick with the home office of the Redtiath's Record. Iugh. of years, and before en. for survivors of the conspiracy, tereits when the fight Is on, cannot becausv Hob Elkin, of the Lancaster tering number Tnp f,f,n aml 'a' evening come this work was superintendent be questioned, I say this much to Record, got the booby Higher Standard Must by official manipulation, should prize for be- of chuoli in hi home county for'thl' Junior Pageant, the make it clear that in the talk I have ing now be in prison, convicted of cordion Concert, and a lecture. "The the ugliest. It was an unjust deHe inform u that the time. had with you and 1n my request that cision and award, which should be Be Met by Applicants the crime, that the real con- " w,l noieii urn present program is one of the best ' ""u,r ul you refrain from meeting the Hon wiped an the Redpath people have ever put tor, A. M. Rietzel. The entire pro-out with gore, should vtfW requirements for applicant snirators had committed. Yet Mr. (illbcrt at this time was not re amilogy be not forthcoming? Who out and that at places where he hat gram from start to finish is full of for county school superintendence 3UCh ani the charges Mr flecting a personal attitude. ever heard of an ugly Klkin? Such been this season, he has had no r a,,,op,ClLby the As Chairman of the Democratic a Desha Brekenridge.. editor of prtcet.inarged proportion is prvposterous. In- trouble in rebooking for a return arel requirements organization in thi State I have terior Journal. Lexington Herald, relating i worth the price of any single ad year. more stringent than the old rule and the witnessed the getting together of Hail Kd Walton, of Stanford, John The sale of season tickets continue mission. will require a much higher standard some of the alleged facts relaou rforccs. the-- antagonistic element Harry, Many from Lancaster will take in of education than heretofore. Su- tive to the trials of the survivof New Hav.-n- , Senator nulgood success and a settlement of our party composed and the demo- lum, of New Castle and H, V. Korgey, with with the company will be made thi ' 'VtTiil evenings at the Paint Lick perintendent appointed after July 1, ing victims of the fight, called cracy of the lUte a I see it now of Ashland, attended the Press AsChautauqua. May it continue to the board decided, must be more than marching shoulder to shoulder with sociation, as they should have, the afternoon. The tent was filled last prosper. upon the presiding judge of hold a evening and everybody pleated with '24 years of age and must h.gh courage and perfect morale and result of the above contest might the program. diploma or certificate from the the Boyd Circuit Court to State looking with confidence to the future have been the same, yet competition Miss Syler State Board of examiner A degree which district the cases had This is a it should be, ami I fear a would have been much keener, to say to explain of bachelor of arts in education of been transferred DATE TOBEFIXED race for the Democratic nomination the least of it. T m Rslalnrd as County Daman bachelor of science In education from some of the unusual incidents at this time under all the circumthe University of Kentucky or a of the trial. For Special Service for ChrisInstead of the stances in this district would be dis- be held in abeyance. tration Aiant standard approved college or must organizing far the Democrat and requested explanation a suit tian To show that it was not a policy, issued A It wilt be good news to many, in have an advanced certificate heartening to the Republicans. but a principle you will recall that for $50,000.00 in damages for of her by the university, a State normal or A call has been issued to the Pres- fact all who have known campaign between you and Hon. Mr. the Hon. King Swope and I had a a standard approval college. They libel was the result. This profix good work In Garrard vigor wordy county, to to Gilbert would be waged with war upon this very topic. He byterian pastors of Kentucky have specialized In rural ceeding by Judge Halbert will and courage, issues would be made attacked me in the Congressional date for special service in behalf of learn that Miss Joyce Syler, lour must also school administration and must stand not satisfy nd feeling aroused and I fear the Record and I answered a best I could the movement for Christian educa- County Demonstration Agent will be the people of Kenparty's position in the State and dis- in the Danville Messenger and the tion. A soon a possible the date retained for another year to further an examination before the State tucky who pay him for his serpursue the splendid work which she board in the history of education; vices as Judge and whose sertrict would be weakened. If such Kentucky Advocate. He wa cham- will be announced. Including the I know; no tine who been' has launched throughout the county Kentucky school laws, have would be the case Encouraging letter i elementary course pioning the bill and I opposed It. My of study and high vant he is. He will be comwould regret It more than yourself; coming into headquarters, 0'J East during the past two yoars. strenuous opposition tu this measure tn school pelled to make the answer, The fiscal court met last Friday i ,cno0' course of study and I know you well enough to know every was the sole incentive for my en- liroudway, Louisville, from 'administration including methods and you would readily make a sacrifice the flnal answer, which will of the State, not only from and unanimously appropriate d suf trance into this fight. I knew I wa a of self interest when your party call- getting in late, too late, In fact, to Presbyterian but from other denomi- ficient funds from the county treas- management, iney must matter embarrassing to grade of not less than 35 per cent prove more I beg you to consider It is not ed the united ury to carry on this work. The dis- nations congratulating Judge than the damage the coer the eleven counties in the County Hoard of Education had al- o neach subject. In addition to the cammy purpose to dictate but merely to trict as I wanted to. Then I fell commission on the proposed ready appropriated $300 toward her examination ihe applicants must suit is expensive or troublegive you my opinion as Chairman of that my years of experience in Wash, paign. Former student of Centre five years' experience a some to the Lexington editor. College, the Louisville Seminary and salary, forlit had seen the result of have had the Democratic Party In Kentucky WITHDRAWS CHAUTAUQUA Paint Lick Chautauqua Open.1 Increase All Over Country There Next Monday IJve- Opened Big Tent Yesterday ning With Delightful Official! Rcfus la Confar five-da- I Mr-.p- h ,' ll r " .. .111.-- . . l' ' ' .iii-m- i I . - enthun-.uticl- y negolia-Stou- t. I per-.fin- Com-pan- y 1 I ' I - I I Piano-Ac-som- e 1 an-oth- er Sni!LVr sec-tio- n and if you should think differently I will know- - you are sincere and will honor your opinion. Whatever you do 1 am sure will be in the intetost, ut you see it, of the Democratic parYours faithfully, ty. CHAS. A. HAKDIN, Chairman. Danville, Ky.. July 10, ITli. Hon. Clms. A. Hardin, Chairman Democratic Committee, llarrodsburg, Ky. My Dear Judge: I trust that you will pardon the seeming IndilTcrvnce to your kind letter of the '.lu, instant, but 1 huve been weighing the matter cuntained therin most thoroughly, before answering, therefore the delay. 1, of course, realize that you u rimy warm, personal friend and am deeply appreciative of the spirit I know which prompted your letter. that you hold the interests of the Democratic party higher than the interest of even yourself or friends, and this I a It should be, so long as helm. I want to you are at tin thank you most graciously for the confidence In which you hold me In and for the compliments, though unmerited, you paid me in your very friendly letter. It was not so much the honor of going to Congrvs that I sought to enter tho fight for the nomination, as it was a principle that I had long since stood for anil that was my vig. ourou opposition to the proposed llonU Hill. 1 am sure that the nation's tax I already too high and such measure us that and the like, should ington amply fitted me to render a I school districts superintendent, supervisor or teacher. real service to the district but that Kentucky College for Women are her service over the of the county and know her real offering to aid the work. Is beside tho question now, Plums While the financial goal of the lvalue and a work that could not be I submitted the speech I had writ"is to secure $1,000,000 for measured by dollars and cents. Mis Shipton Este brought to this office ten tu be delivered In Richmond to campaign Syler has hundreds and hundreds of a twig from his plum tree that is you mid other friend and you, a Christian education it must not be throughout, the county, who literally alive with the luciou fruit. well as the, saw a most bitter fight forgotten that other results will flow friends with her in this We are glad to exhibit these specifrom the successful completion of are in prospect and you and they felt such n campaign. Among the by- work ,and who will now take renew- mens of half-rip- e fruit, but the editor that It would be inimical to the parknowing that she is to be und office force would enjoy them ty'. Interest, o rather than do any product of the campaign, the direc- ed energy, tho fol- retained for another year, and we much more if they were ripe and thing that would hurt the Democratic tor, Mr. McGill, mention hope indetinntely. placed in a well filled basket. Future party, I would forego my tight for the lowing: A a Wider Presbyterian exhibitors, please note. principle involved, hoping that time I i or a Presidential veto would save the Fellowship; an increasing interest in Develop The remains of Mr. Surah C. Hurt, lay, therefore I would prefer to Christian Education; the Grove elface myself than to hurt the par ment of Christian Benevolence; Life relict of the late John II. Hurt, were Revival Continues ty the party must go on, but we, the Enlistment for a Whole Time Chris brought to Lancaster last Tuesday,' chip may fall by the wayside. Su, tian Service; an increased number from her late home In Ft. I.eitchfleld, Thl. revjval at Pleasant Grove, un- out of respect tu party harmony, I am of workers for the Local Church ami in., and Interred in the Lancaster i (ior the leadership of Rev. M. A. going to take the advice you gave the Promotion of the Prayer Spirit. cemeitery, Rev. E. H. Hourland offi- - jart ami iij Kutherine Warriner, elating. Mr. Hurt is well remem of Danville, continue over next Sunboth in letter and by wonl of mouth, to Move' bered in Garrard county, where she day night. The great message of and withdraw, and I wilt be found Rev. was born years ever lighting for the party that you inspiring singing Lexington a daughter about Ulute Hup ago, being Hro. Hurt and theare worth hearing. of the Thurman. of Miss Warriner and I love so well. I do this with a kind, indulgent Rev. F. M. Tinder ha tendered She wus n good, bit of regret, too, for I should love Come over and enjoy the feast of to have had an expretsion of the his resignation to the congregation mother and a devout member of the good thing. Pastor. Christian Christian church, her membership for electorate of this district upon the of the North Middletown I church, and will go to Lexington to many year being at Fair View, She mooted bonus bill. will take I curvived by one son, Frazler Hurt, Muy I not in this letter thank you reside. The resignation The Stanford boy are leaving no and those who so kindly proffered ) effect the latter part of August, he who made hi home in Lancaster for atone unturned to have the best fair support to me. I shall ever be grate- - having accepted the pastorate of the many years and Ii now in business in local ground, ful and will court an early opportun- - Providence Christian church in Fay-it- y Ft. Leitchfield, III. He together with In Kentucky on their woodland on the his wife und son accompanied the in the beautiful county. Mr. Tinder has been to repay for the innumerable near Stanford. fer of aid, of warm friendship audi with the North Middletown church remain here. Owning to pressing Lancaster road list which U juit out, The premium Thanking for a number of year and for thir business he wa forced to return yesloyal, cordial support. shows $2,500 In premiums and this teen years was the pastor of the terday, but Mrs. Hurt and son will you, I remain, large entry list in Ever loyal to the Democratic party, Christian church of this city, being remain for several week, visiting her alone insures a R. II. Itatson and other all classesv W. Vernon Richardson. one of the most widely known minis- sitter, Mr. Stall are already being engaged, relatives here and at Crab Orchard. ter iir Kentucky, yet the big event doe not take place Ballard Pur Whtat Bran, Kan. lucky Farm Fasd, Mill Faad, ground fin cover until August 10th, 11th, and 12th. Canula Dikryn's Kanawha salt Crialon Claver snake In sacks and barrals. Premium lists can be had by calling Barley, Tustdo Hog Rati. crap. For ssl by Hudson A Farnau. Hudson A Farnau. Hudson V Farnau. at the Record office. Speaking of Baptist CKurch Notes Despite the heat last Sunday the attendance at the Sunday School wa splendid, with the largest collection in several month. One of the classes pledged a tenth of their earnings for last week a an offering Sunday, and the result was not only gratifying, but a practical illustration of what would happen If the whole church would agree to tithe their income. The Junior Union meet at 0:15 for their service, and the Seniors at 7 o'clock. Miss Lillian Estes is President of the Juniors and Eugene Cochran is President of the Senior. These officer are doing their part faithfully and well, did are entitled to the cordial support of ever) young person In the church. The presena of more of the older members at their services would be an encouragement to the young people in their work. The servcle next Sunday as fallow. Sunday School at 10 o'clock; preaching at 11;. topic "God's Will on Earth-a- s it is in Heaven." The evening service will be held in the tent on the school ground at 7:45. An earnest invitation is extended to all to attend our service. larger-I'rebyteri- Con-c!oun- c; Hurt Pleasant Tinder To Great Fair of-let- te LOST: Jeweled Fraternity pin. Liberal reward if returned to Willie Mac Elliott. Cow Pas, Say Beans, Mill!. BuckwhAt. Hudssa 4 Farnau. 3d i The Central Record, Lancaster Ky. Thursday, July 13, 1922. Why cum the wnrm St, wcnlh-or- 7 and what The Lord made for Him oufjht to be pood enough for us. If we didn't have the warm weather with its bright we wouldn't have any crops to feed us , and if we didn't have any feed we wouldn't long be here, and if we were not here we would miss all of the wonderful things that arc created for our special is good onouph sun-shi- ne JULY Clearance OF IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMX QnSiSZSZSlSlSlSlSiSlSiSlStSlSiSirii i no uinriur mioiArvt: IIS Mi A W flB n I Ql & K By JACK LAWTON K Ctlskl. Mini Illl. Wt.latn J4aipa..r t'alva. rector' fault thai he .nuie an eniewlnpNr. 'Hie Inn It Mas not Hie provoknl til dlMppntvnl weather is all right perhaps a little uncomfortable at times, but quite necessary to our material well being. Make the best of what the Lord gives you and you won't feel like cussing. In one of our great cities there is a fnmily composed of the parents, one little boy about six years of age, and a baby. The husband is a musician, and it is possible you have listed to his banjo on your benefit. The warm Mens and Boys Suits Starts SATUEtUlY, JULY 15th, Our entire stock of Mens and Boys Suits will be sold for the next 15 days at MONEY SAVING PRICES. SUITS THAT SOLD FOR nimiBtt. decldrilly pretty, he tinting been at senitf the pnM Sunday, He recnlletl Imv The reinemN-ri- ! taken the ticnted arula at tbe restaurant table. imIIf bail In $30. Reduced to C9Q 7K SUITS THA SOLD FOR olMXI OTDAIIf UJITC SUITS AT S0LD F0R 25, Reduced mens and $35. Reduced to : Victrola. Recently a number of friends were invited to a Sunday dinner. A sudden hush ensued. Neither of the parents are over zealous attendants at church, and the husband can even swear like a pirate. The guests were plainly puzzled. Then a tiny voice was heard, asking God to bless the food, and the parents, and the baby brother, and the friends who were guests of the home. Levity? You could have heard a pin drop. Do it now. ladies CI Q 7E j I Ui f u SUITS THAT SOLD FOR Reduced to $28.75 DATimTf SlI1TS $20. Reduced Prices "TXT" Reduced to $15.75 These Clearance prices will hold good for the remaining 15 days In July. Fall goods arc on the way and we want to clear our stock and have room for the new fall goods. See our bargain table of Ladles Slippers $1 of Ida studied address, whom sl and where she had cwm lolstit ! from. Me "its not. be wa certain, i resident of I'rmtiroke. re Tlie mnli who so courteously moied the rharmlnc woman's fit clonk umt ptarel II across the tack t rhalr, wa fumlllsr but unknown llev I'eler llriMik t'sssnl him He recalled, In Hie street. now tbe fart thst ilrs. Meuiler, tlx' man' wife, wns said to bo out of town I'eler ltrik was Just deeld Int that .Mr Meniler'a n'tninlon mm tn til probability n visiting rrlathe when tlml Utile lady shattered hi Illusion than working In ttitt 'Tbl I stiirTy oltlee lli I II T' she said. Jrk Meadrr iHldei with a smile 'Yet If I bid hoi exaxed jou imiI " lie li'ld her neuld sllll In it lour ilnl Now, won't you let me or ! ver cmxI ami il r for truMCSMt v Tbe woman hebl nut her band with a prettj uv.ture nf MrrelHler. "Vod are mi kltiil " .lie .icrerd. Ta)iig. ' Jack Mttllnl, "or working erf line il.a not mm to IrtHtlile U'tut a lir happy patience '"I pla.-tbl world wotslil be, I3mnr l;il If ill Women were like Jmi." " bat an lm4We lafe. rathe r." b.. Itnlilrcl) refill!. "I will tell a win'l Ihery nee eHtilrp to I Hie to moke tbtk' ,ia.V I ft me M eelialder tk ii.faelf re kiln unt of work frwm wbfVh ii g pnderil, eten under the thmi' lir "m .ftd-ibiH- e J)tt lf f.-- r nre; T U9 C M VW SlTI l "l"Tl MlUl Ull 50 bars of soap, so were g .ei 2.1 bars. Mrs, Isaac Metca f :t eecond. which wa "5 bar n. soap Third prize was 15 ban, wh en was drawn by Mrs. O. I. Hammack, II u House of Quality. ; Lancaster, Ky. 'h'e ld me" nfterno.io,' I )h "Till dar i. ket 'Jen to was fnrtottate In ohulnln? str to le Jnrk Meatier foreed Into a IhH Make that your rule of life and success will be assured. Many of the failures in the business world are caused by short sightedness and procrastination. Putting it off until tomorrow means that in many cases it is never done, and it is the things that are not done that cause the receipts to dwindle until a business is eventually wrecked. It is just as easy to do it today as it is to put it off until the last minute. It is fnr more pleasant and decidedly more satisfactory. The world is full of physical and commercial wrecks. The n man who is a physical couldn't go to the doctor in time, and the fellow who is down at the heels financially depended upon a tomorrow that never comes. has-bee- DOINGS AT PAINT LICK Interesting News of East End Capitol Gathered By Alert Correspondents nc oney TO LOAN ON Do it now. The mine war horror of ill nois still lingers in the minds of some people, although a majority have already forgotten. The first two or throe days everybody was horrified, and talking, and condemning. Then interest commenced to wane, and today it is only a memory, and tomorrow it will be as duad as its victims. Our emotions are aroused suddenly, and subside almost as quickly. There are too many things to remember, and it is easier to forget. The Illinois atrocity contains a leson, but people are too busy or indilFerent to retain it in I memory. Some harm and no good is the only result. The bond market is on the toboggan, and the uninitiated are unloading at a sacrifice. That is what the initiated are looking for. They want bonds but they want them at a low price. A bond that is worth buying is worth holding until maturity. If it is- not worth holding it should not be bought. eCrtain people can only become rich by making other people poorer. Hold onto your bonds and don't be the goat. - Mrs. who Mrs. Frank Howard and Mis Jessie Mac Hammnck i on tied in third. Chas. Berrymnn have returned heme, the tick list. Friend of Mis Joyce Sy!er are their brother. Mr. Jim Burrough it with Mr. and after a pleasant visit to pjeasod to know she will b with a Mr. Tho. l.ogdon ami family. Mrs. L .11. Davis. another year, imperially the Paint Key. W. I. Rogers attended the Mr. Ell Estridge is very low and Lick Poultry Club, who are Just get surprise birthday dinner at Mr. J. L. ting not expected to live. started and uc know alt the Smith's at Cartersville Sunday. 51 clubs of the county are jut a proud Mrs. E .L. Wood was in Lanens-te- r partook of this splendid dinner. Monday evening. of Mis Syler as we are. She never Mr. Joe James, of Paris and niece, tire of helping and always ready Mrs. Tho. Logsdon were Mr. and Ms Ruth Highland, of Covington, and willing to hunt up some point :n Hrassfield Monday. were visitors of Ml Kate Ely from that will help or be of benefit to her Dr. ami .Mrs. B. B. Montgomery Tuesday until Friday of last week. club members. Paint Lik Poultry were m Richmond Friday. Rev. N II. Young wa in Coving- Club only have about 2& or 30 memfamily Mr. H. J. Chestnut ami ton Tcoday, where he met the Meth- ber, but hope to dou We their mem were in Brodhtad Sunday. odist Board in regard to the enlarge- hership in another year. The club Mrs. E. L. Wood win n visitor ment of our Methodist church at this will meet this week and will wleet daces to cull poultry next month. in Lexington the past week. place. Mist Syler will have on experienced Moore was the guest Mrs. Elmer Mrs. C. A. VanWinkle entertainman here from the Experiment Staof Mrs. M. K. Rom Sunday. ed Mlsse Ellen and Cynthia I'ruitt t to Wednesday the tion so you see what a help g and Stella Vet on Hubert Fish of Lexington, is our community in that respect. We Sth., in honor of Ivan's fourteenth hi cousin, Auther (iuynn. want te thank the court and all who birthday. helped u to obtain Mi Syler Little Harry Francis, Jr., has been Mrs. Lucy Martin, Mr. Bettie another year. We think her work on the sick list for several days. LexingHudson and Mr. Starr. of will progrew so n.celv this year that Several from here have been at- ton, visited Mrs. Jas. Todd and Mrs. there w be no doubt .if V.er tending the protracted meeting at Starne. father, Mr. Tommy Ross, on I another Gilead. Thursday of the pat week. Mr. and .Mrs. Ollie Boian visited On Friday Mrs. It. J. Walker enhi sister, Mrs. Rhoda Wylie at tertained with a porch party in honor Sunday. of Mrs. Wood Walker's visttor, Mr Carmel. III. Valuable lllu. Hated Book Sent Tree MiiK Sadie Ralston entertained a McKendrick. of Mt. few friends Monday in honor of her About JO ladies enjoyed this love))' Haw thou.an-lI; rai'i .Imp? hospitality. . I an visiter, MIm 1'igg. . m.ncnt I urifuttMarr niMtiet t it many muruht On Saturday Miss Lucy Francis Mrs. John Wynn entertained Tuesarl up In U. m mrr-II by bai amtrJ, it I day in honor of Mrs. Alv.n Holtz-claat a 12 o'clock dinner tipUtiw.1 in IM r markat t a Those present were Miwdame R. W. Ua. M.Hhih.-- l w 3 tb. of Mndlson. lnd. Italy." TrlM alt. i'i t.i an I Mr. and Mrs. W. W. West enter-taine- d Estridge. II. J. Patrick, II. B. Mont- da Wfor prwlMbUil'.ft Uaty Um vt tMiirt, llev. and Mrs. J. L. I.itterel gomery, I). A. Hervey, R. (i. Wood Llrth. tal tu) . acl atnut "Matk.c'a and II. L .Francis. daughter Monday. and iwtl by ILrra crnvra ion. aol.l In all The Seuthern Chautnuiiun will he nt rolhr,. amiorrywhvrr. Mis Saliie King spent the weekdnia surra next week. It "Metk.r'a i'rl.rid" II ap. in Paint Lick all end with her uncle, Mr. nnd Mrs. til.rnallr. It promises to be better than last year. tllrj frvm narrolUt. tal., Raodu at HynlUville. fr Come and help till the tent, 'All mit. ,A.lr ai.liirkl rrttd. Mrs. Lucy Martin and MW Buttle iuatnunt of nuxlet anj n.ntt Jjnn expense will go to help IKUMy an.l ihlM.Uilh. - t lum It toMurtin, of Lexington, were guests of proceed over day. Vlit. K. II Ktry.r. SUrtun, Mioa . .aiti the Oraded .School. b4 fr U.k "ll puM ma Ihrouih." Mm. Jai. Todd Inst week. AU Urajn.M Kxulatur Fay laau, UaCa. "MuUtti's I'lltod""..It U at all Misses Mnrie Ledford ami Miss Nannie Porter, uf Ludlow, left last week for an extended arutf Uit. has returned home after several days Ward visit In Mr. A. F. Starns, at (Sreen-vill11. Young. visit to Mrs. N. DRUG STORE Tenn., and from there to Ashe, McROBERTS Mis Cynthia i'ruitt U visiting heri ville, .V. C, where they will visit Mrs. at-- J couin, Mi llettic Curtis and April Drldal Warning. Cnywood and Mrs. Ed. Williams. tending the meeting at (!llend. April lirlilt-s- , uioinlliii.' to mpular The Christian rhurch has taken on belief, are of mercurial teiiiperameiit Mr. and Mrs. Luther Peyton and n new coat of paint on the inIde, and will make good Mothers but trylnt on, Billy Itivers, were weekend and also a new carpet, which greatly wives. gueeU uf Mr .and Mrs. Olvin 1'eyton. improves the looks of the church. Mr. and Mr. W. M. N'oland spent The members are getting ready for Man's Mlddsn Ftar. Saturday night ami Sunday with his a big revival in August. Rev. PurHie look on a mint's fure when a tynipiitliMlc woiniiii hi) slut "uiuler-stombrother, Mr. (Irani N'oland, neur Sil- vis will conduct the services. him (imlialily In caiiietl by u ver Creek. Paint Lick defeated White Station bidden fear thut may lt alio does. St. Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Hewitt and team by the score uf K to .'I In u well Joseph News l're. Mr .and Mrs. French, of Frankfort, played game on the former's ground were guests of Mr. and Mrs. W, B. on last Saturday. Beazley pitching KlUl Carried by tht Wind! Hoop Sunday. for Paint Lick was the feature of the have u roiulilerulilo House lite Itev. J. L. I.itterel, wife ami daugh- game, he being exceptionally strong ronre of llliilit. Somo Hint wero ter, of Covington, have been visiting with men on base, ami but for II dusted with llnely twrndereil red chalk Mr. and Mr. N II. Young and Mr. costly errors should have had a shut and nfterwarda releanit were taken and Mrs. A. B. Wynn. within les than "I hours In 11) traps out game. six miles away. Observations at ReMr. and Mrs. W. O. Anderson, Mr. At I.ogsdon' store there has been shoals off tbo coast of rlorlda and Mrs. It. L. Hill and children a guessing contest on soap, which becca to show that tile came down seeui motored to Carter. ville Sunday eve- closed Saturday, J. V, Scott and Rob- the wind from Cuba W miles away. ning and had a picnic supper. ert Mvtcalf tielng as first, which was Youth'i Companion. visi-Un- bert Raltat and Jake Browning FARMS 1- Interest 5 -2 Sue Shelby Mason Losr Agert anJ Abstracter (ourt House IANCASTER, he IVter ItriH.ka motel S It wis niH'llifr i out lo lunell with Ibe stcnor T'her All rleht. erlap. to one who bad haunt te what Irnrth frail Utile .Mr, MeaoVr wn blillgnt to eeoiMiNiire An oitravacint IuikIi tin Jmi. Mealer bad uccetrl In In (vm4inlti and unilnubtedly be bad ordereil aurb, white ticket for Ibe Shakespearean matinee could not be pnninl ehenJy. Ileten-nIVter a boUila) I If, hi ehalr I'leanor Jil remrtert - Mm oirr her ahe akel TVaetafrolen fruit .Men-r 'I tblnk I deMne theStkwMireH Mltllie' n.lll !" rtle,l ' rie nt d rleareil "Mr bl throat "I Meoder. I'lennMiitb ClCtf your wife seeiniil "Slie he aald, wanti'l to Inquire for 1 KY she stl thatMenderwasstared; Jak In Mir Is away? r I uniler ilmot I health the stare he an hostile. Hwr In Tans Used In Church Services. In the rrllgieui l"ans were serttces of tbe early Cttristlalis In the Middle ases, to keep Hie from TtieM tbe sacreil eleaients. round, with slher llls. uil swenil Itei IVter Itrook walked thoucbt fully homeward Here was a rate to be ilcslt with. Tltere was In the pnant day altogether ton little re ajipearanee' sakr. He Inrstnl tended to make tbl one laxity the subjert for a aermon. So Inlenl wis be i4i bl thiwe that be tin J sltno.t lil Iwi.miI Htto ulibtHit nniml-tTbat lmMirtanl ami smlllnc cnMil blm rtirdmllr "llrth. I'eler, wkeeo r yon biirrj' log? T!lne mi vnalde Unit you inn't are no1 a mwnent I'd like ymir kiivlee In a laalliT" IVter wberted alxiUI following bl oIhtIw leros tbe trer as lulu un ltuiri-"h- e W tMMe "VH wore ajhgj" be abaelitly Ikfce,! tbe pnlat -AUrtll I bait bmiary or mine. Why Ike rkmifb aatosiltl OVMte It I iMtitn. Uliflt . Ike resHNliik. Ami Ike) lute en pa I n elever hltorian, U reartahle eten lit Me" the thlMe Tile Ms mall lea)He. hoek MMlllllf fr fr On Naming Babies. -l law wa ib prnblbllltig the l.etual of rtdlcu-lonatiiiot on liable. Alo ho Trench child may lie &i-- a uoiae I tint de- up not ocetir In the eitkial Ht for tbe iwrpofce. cemiHwing 18,(l Items. A nt-ently Ner-wn- u irn 1 Chilibirth nhl t l '- -. i Don't Ramble. Th rolling stoiiii lusa a tuitl reputa ttoo. We sliuuld lMm tbe art. hth would seeiu to be rt ItaVstlt tar run day, of staying ut hua. show u only tie urfa.e of tktncs. It till us ulth a lare kimmsmi uf All Malory eeMlelMi the roll iik" stone. A eaM of cMmate and food l cmk! for woo. bait on till e bate nil vaiietle uf Colilllient tbein wlilch tbe Uxat inuittiMK taste May demand, Imng lUtbeller lu Aj.rll Delineator laW I rltl -i fl I'eter wh icerIt sermon ' HittriHiired t be at "cnillnion bl piirpe'ful lie OF BEAD-TRIMME- D CREPE . r 1 t- lo-- dr. IIA-I- tbe) were l.b (ii iteeord with Ibe theme I'eler bl bMlnUome lieml rertlag asallttl tbe Itark of the lill op' faxurlto elwilr. ImihI aternly thai Ibe ilwrmlng iiihI iinriiicernel inner Wouhl lie there tn hear hi er i tiioti i l'..uiitli ml Then m ilelily the renting beail whs Hftnl. fot ili-li- to him tn ll with ibe wiw mail at hi Mile, t. Ibe elijert of bl e, l" When )uu go In ijueat or a new blouse keep In mind tuo phases. Mcre de ciilne1 nnd "Juver Ibe skirl,"" and In all I lie displays you will tlml the blouses repeutlng them. There are many alinple styles slmllor to I lie pretty blouse shown here, and they Imlle tbo seauisires to try ber hand at blouse making This la iiiiide of a colored crepe, wild while In the collar ami cuffs, orna mealed with stitching of silk Hose ant Irluiued with beads. (iall," Ibe big man oiphdnvd, "Is ery busy w riling the Malory nf a lire some olil num." Illinnor Hull briskly remoiiM rout and Jniinty turban. "Mr. ileader" she etplHlneil lo Hie bishop, "was ile- lernuiieii ihut au afternoon of enter tnliiimtit would nit our minds am' refresh us for further work, but I merruleii, i utu unitous tu finish in) iiuiiiiilsalon, ' -Mlaa Hall,- - the bishop said, "bin enguceii Mr Mender a her strung rapber Utile Mr. Meader and she, II Meeni. were school friend." Ileterend I'eler arose stlUly m tboiub In acknowledgment of an In Irodmllon. Ill band went out t Kleunor Hall, but In lilt eyes, Intieud were uiMilogy and humbleness; uni) rhop some detfier Interest wbUb only a woman may recognize. "I hope tn see you again," sals the iloorwiiy of Ibe tilabtip'a stmly. while the lilm, l( nrote lo uelrome her. I'efWll me, tlill" he aald. "In present llev. Mr. Itrook, Ml.t IMfcti-o- iffert li.l llioiiKbt Hiiillliig In and worthy .. I'eler. "1 hojie you will,' mulled Kleni 6 The Central Record, Lancaster . Ky.Thursday. July 13 1922. GUY. Mr. Hub Ilrown, who is III it MOCTMILEf cr DOLLAR Mr. Joe Turner wa very sick the past week. Mr. Jake Foley ftSMttt Sunday w.th Hackley relative. f tancalter, Mr. I'enn William, vi:t?l friends br .Somtaf . Mr. ami Mrs. Kd Raker attended church Sunday at I'leasaat Hill. Miss KIten Carrier ws the truest Wednesday nlitht sf Mr. James White. t Lancaster, Mis Lena Turner, f MIm Kthe! has been the jjuest IJarnes. Mm. Oltie Oraham and baby, of MeCreary, visited Mm. Milton WnrJ foes $7.99 I 9 M 1 In order to reduce our Large Stock of Tirc3 nnd Tubes, we are offering nil Standard brand Auto Tires such as ft P GUM-DIPPE- D redone CORDS g UNITED STATES, GOODRICH, FIRESTONE GOODYEAR, 1 FISR, -- and Their ligh 4iUag& Records The high mileage record of Firestone Cords continue to emphasize the fact that Firestone methods are different and better. These records, steadily increasing In number and in mileage totals, justify the Firestone contention that there is one belt way to build tires. Among the primary sources of Firestone extra mileage la the saturation of the cord piles la a vat double of liquid gum thus coating each cord and virtually eliminating Internal heat and ftjctlon. Another is Firestone air bag curing, with Us 300 pound pressure, which places every cord accurately and equalises the tension. By blending the rubbers of different plantation add tyMfc and by tempering It before mixing, Pifeatone men add u more mileage. Many cord tires are good a few are better Firestone uaers say one is best. Those who have already experienced Firestoa nuieaje, have stopped shopping and experimenting they nave maot these cords standard equipment. Investigate your friends' success with Firestone Cords and buy your next tire accordingly. Come In and get your share of extra mileage. gum-dippin- 1.H COKU Hit--z-H Woman WroU Famous Hymn. One of the most fatuous of children's hymns, "l Think Winn I lleail That Sweet Storr of Oh!." Hit written many jmra ru hy u youuc KutUsli woman, Jemlm.i Thntupson. ' FIRST ANNUAL EXHIBITION OF THE Loyd. Mm. John Donaldsbn Ai You Loot at It. It first llt in the rares. Lurk In merely u mutter of temper- - Mary' Francis, of X. C, were visitors n Mint lntnlunil tn u fumoiu sunuL Sme men think thiy are the past week of Mr. and Mm. Harry' to pay alimony ; I). Rice. le sitlil "I mini; It uns Just luoky wlieu they id win that thrrw others think they un unlucky lievuus tx swevt of Mesdames John Rroaddus and M.JI thfy fun t dollars that obligation. ey Heazley ami baby, of McCreary, spent ThUMday with Mr. and Mrs Marcus White. Mr, and Mm. Henry- - Tuttle, Mr and Mrs .Roy I'rather and children, were Sunday visitor of Mr. and Mrs. William Walker. Mr. and Mm. James Yanti.s and Saturday. Mi Valeria WhfUaker, of Lancas. ter, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mm. Wm. Whittaker. Mm. Wm. Sutton was the ijuest Friday of Mr. and Mr. Guy Dav.d son. of Lancaster. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. K. YanUi. of Laconia, X. 1L, are visiting relatives and friends here. Matinda Mrs. Jake Foley and Mi Taylor were Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mm. Tom Turner. Mie Mollie and Ethel Barnw were Wednesday eveninir visitors of Miss taverne Whittaker. Mr. T. Itice, Sr.. of Richmond, was the truest Tuesday niuht of Mr. and Mm. Harvey I). Rice. Mm. C. K. Henry and ton, James Milton, were visitors Wednesday af ternoon of Mm. James Vantis. Mr. and Mm. T. Whittaker, of the I'oJr Kidjce road were visitors Wed nesday of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Lane. MessM. Vestel Smith, of Hazard, and Dewey Shanks, of Stanford, were visitor Sunday of the Misses Yater Mr. and Mm. Klmer Chambers, of Madtin, spent the past week-enwith Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Whittaker. Mm. Wm. GrUcs and three chil dren were recent visitow of her par eO. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Smith, of AND OLDFIELD AT PRICE FROM I to UP The cars that won 1st nnd 2nd in the Indiannpl-li- s Speedway race were equipped with OLDFIELD TIRES. '. 1 8f Becker & Ballard RWtUToirirrr wvrrtntrv VALLEY HAMILTON I I (Delayed) f hr Qrattful Btttor. Mrs. ThuMton Robinson visited Mm. Marion Wells recently. Mr. and Mm. W. M. Creech visited Mr. and Mm. J. D. Creech Sunday. Mr. and Mm. II. I). Creech visited Mr. and Mrs. Marion Wells Sunday. Miss Cora Wells was the truest of Miss Heulah Hulette Saturday night. Mr. James Tincher and family were visitors of Mr. and Mm. James visited and Mm. Holman Sunday. d Mr. and Mm. Carl l'ence, of Lex inzton, visited her father, Mr. Mose Coterel last week. Mr. and Mrs. Georxe L. Adams, were visitoM yesterday of Mr. and Mm. James Holman. Mr. Mose Coterel, who has been confined to his bed so loni; is able to sit in his chair again. Mm. Homer Hyland, Mrs. Lizzie Brouithton, Mm. W. M. Creech, Mm. Marion Wells and two daughteM, Mr. W. M. MaMhbanks Jx'y. rr )u tln fini' - TO GARRARD COUNTY FARMERS Kentucky Joint Stock Land Bank will make loans on Garrard, Lincoln and Boyle County Farm up to The note tha never comet due. Forty-yea- r $45,000.00. privilege. Communiloan with cate by phone or letter with pre-payme- nt STANFORD FAIR ASSOCIATION STANFORD, KENTUCKY Master George Yantis were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mm. Milton Ward and Mm. C. R .Henry. Mr. and Mm. Wm. Ray, Mr, and Mrs. Fred Snyder and Mr. ami Mm. Jim I). Ray were visltoM recently of Mr. and Mm. Tom Doolin. MessM. Rascom IVlphery, of Lan. caster, Tom and Grover Ward, were dinner kucsU one day the past week of Mr. and Mm. James Yantis. Mr. and Mm. Wm. Lane and on. Misses Flonnie Mae and Savannah Lane, were visitors Sunday afternoon of Mr. and Mm. Forest Calico. .Mr. anil Mr. wm. ureen, our efficient teachers, have taken rooms with Mr. and Mm. Harry D. Riee, School opened Monday with a good attendance. Prospects for a .splen did school. 6. B. Swinebroad, Lancaster. Hir Smlli Wat to Comt Off. Sunday ewnlnc win out with my t lienu. We Hrst went to the slinw mid then for a ualk. When we were altout thret lilncki. from hU home we met hU father. My tried to lilile, hut his father aw lilm and took Orii- lM-- Ky Abnormality him liuiiie. I fiillnued, and when they ilime tu Ills house, I Mood tin' re and llsliiusl to ti I tn ji'llliik.'. Tlie next day at xehixil I made fun of lilm, hut he only smlll nnd nald nwr. tiy that mine was cominc, lnfuu'e hU futher hat) told my father. t'hlcasn Journal. Is Jo tnndnvM close allied," eccelitrlcltle.s no doutit could he found In all jrreat men. Hut If the truth were known would not nomelhlnj: Jut trllle abnormal ho discovered In everjbodyt U It not too much to exjiect that the liruln should nlwiiys ls well balanced under tin! terrlric struln to which modern conditions of life uuject ItJ What a dull place the world would be It everybody always did the conrentional thing! KichanRi. Iteeanlless of whether "genius In Mankind. BUENA VISTA Hi Conducted By Caswell Saufley Post of American Legion 18 Mr. Willanl Hrown was the guest of Mr. Fletcher Scott Sunday. Mrs. Sarah Hackley, who has been on the sick list is slowly improving. Mr. Charlie Ison, of Hickman, was the guest Sunday of Mrs. Klisha Scott. Mr. William Montgomery was the Kuest Sunday of Miss Kathenn Smith. Mr. Charlie Rutltslne was the guest Sunday of Miss Parks, of I'reacheMVille. Miss Rettie Mayes, who has been, nuMinir Mm. Sarah Hackley for the past week is at home again. Mr. and Mm. Roy Williams were quests Sunday of Mr. and Mm. Ollie Williams, of Wilmore, Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Uumside were isuestt of Mr. and Mm. Jim Lane Sunday, at Hickman. Mr. and Mm. Will Rutledge went to I'reacheMVille Sunday where they were the KUe.it of Miss I'arks. MiiM Christine Scott and Miss Hazel Hrown were truest of Mr. and Mm. Hampton from Saturday until Sunday-Mr- , I 'M CITIZENS American 8 Wednesday, Thursday, 9-10- Friday, AUGUST $2,500 -11, 1922 Chosen as the emblem of our country, we have come to look upon the ensle as emblematical of protection from abroad. The eajrle mitfht well be chosen as the emblem of the banking institutions of our country they pro-tenot only the individual but the entire business structure from the depressing effects of scarce circulating medium. ct IN PREMIUMS. WRITE FOR CATALOGUE Lynn Davis, Prest. H. C. Davis, Secty. and Mm. S. G. Vanderpool, of Lexington, came over Sunday and will spend a few days with Mm. Klisha Scott. Mr. and Mm. Du&tfnt and family, Mr .and Mr Klisha Scott and dauich. ter, spent Sunday with Mr, and Mrs. Will Hrown. I With tlie credits established by a sound bank a few thousand dollars in real cash transacts all the business of a large city; without the bank business would stagnate while men counted money in their various business transactions. NATIONAL WW HFI WWKlfWKlffW BANK. WW TWt m mW fWf ft WW Th Central Rcord. Lancaster, Ky.. Thursday July 13. 1922 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Liberal Premiums Bi yantsville Community Fair TO BE HELD Plate Plate Plate Plate Plate of half dozen peaches of half dozen plums of half dozen bunches grape of half dozen quinces s of half dozen . Best watermelon Best cantaloupe Best display of combination of fruits paw-paw- 1.00 ....- 1.00 1. 00 2.00 .50 .50 .50 .50 .50 .50 .50 1.00 Loan REPORT OF THE CONDITION Of Th. NATIONAL BANK NO. 1493. OF LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. AT THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS ON JUNE 30ih, 1922 RESOURCES VEGETABLE DEPARTMENT Best Best Best Best Best Best Best Best Best Best Best Best Best Best Saturday, Sept. 23rd CATALOGS LATER After considerable work on the part of each committee practically all amusements in regard to the fair to be held at Uryantsville have been completed. The purpose of this fair is to develop a deeper interest in rural life and particularly better crops, better stock, more reighborly relations and to make the boys and girls find something attractive and remunerative in farm life and farm con- squash pumpkin dozen ears sweet corn half dozen tomatoes head cabbage half dozen cucumbers dozen sweet peppers dozen carrots gallon lima beans gallon beans half dozen onions half dozen sweet potatoes half dozen Irish potatoes . half dozen bunches celery .' First $1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1. 00 1.00 - .50 .50 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Second $ .50 .50 .50 .50 .50 .50 .25 .25 .50 .50 .50 .50 .50 .50 Second $1.00 1.00 1.00 .50 1.00 and discounts, inclu ling rediscount, acceptances of other hank, and foreign bills of exchange or drafts sold with indorsement of this bank (except thoie hown in b and c) $203,101.10 $tI.50.1.!0 Overdrafts secured, None; unsecured, $3S.dl S5.0I Deposited to secure circulation (U. S. bond par value 00.000,00 All other United State Government securities (includng premiums, if any) D,SK,12 99.SSt.t2 Other bond, stock, securities, etc 20. 10.00 Hanking House, $(1,000.00: Furniture and fixture. 7..) 00.00 $1,000.00 Lawful reserve with Federal Reserve Hank lI.iW 7 Caih In vault and amount due from national bank 0. 130.81 Total of Item 9, 10, 11, IS, ami IS 04J.UW.S1 Miscellaneous cah Item l.tlilfl.71 I.MH.7I Redemption fund with U. S. Treasurer nml due from U. S. Treasurer 2.SOQ.00 .. Total. Capital stock paid In Surplui fund Undivided Prflt Circulating note uttamiitg Certified checks m tUandlm- Total of Item 21. 28, Si, ami 2 Individual deposit subject to hek.... Reserve. Item 2(3. 27. 20. 10. ami LLUHLITIBS. SEWING DEPARTMENT ItM.Sol 33 ditions. All exhibits will be confined to Bryantsville, Rice Academy, Ladies house dress Hrights Bend. Buena Vista. Mt. Hebron and Hickman school Hand made gown Everyone in these districts is invited to make exhibits in as many departments as they can. Everyone no matter where they live is invited to attend and see what your neighbors can do anil are doing. Begin now to plan for and prepare your exhibits. Fair will be held September 23rd, at Bryantsville school house. Watch the Record for further news. Funds for premiums will be solicited from persons living in area covered by fair ami business and professional men in towns where they do business. When asked for money to pay premiums please remember you have a chance to win one or more prises and some of your neighbors will win them all. This money will be left in the neighborhood and you will have spent both a pleasant and profitable day. Talk up this enterprise .make it your fair, lend your influence and let's do something worth while. A. J. Rice, N. T. Grow, .1. H. Edwards, R. L. Barker. R. I). iMcMurtry and Holman Glass were selected to serve on the finance committee. Following is the premium list with prize for each exhibit. There will also be a few special prizes added later. Catalogs will be issued about Aug. lath, and may be had by applying to the secretary, .1. W. Gulley, Bryantsville. AGRICULTURAL Best Best Best Best Best Best Best Best Best Best Best Best Best Best Best Best 10 10 10 First .. districts. DEPARTMENT First S5.00 5.00 5.00 3.00 3.00 2.00 5.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 5.00 5.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 3.00 ears white corn ears yellow corn ears any other color single ear white corn single ear any other color 10 ears popcorn, any color half bushel wheat half bushel rye half bushel barley half bushel oats 2 stalks standing hurley tobacco 2 stalks any other type tobacco bale timothy hay bale clover hay bale mixed hay half dozen stalks of corn and ear Second $3.00 3.00 3.00 2.00 2.00 1.00 3.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 3.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 2.00 made waist . 111.91 child's rompers 1.00 2. 290.t2.12 baby cap. crocheted or tatted 2.00 SK.S0.4S 31.. 2. baby dress 2.00 1.00 pillow cases 2.00 1.00 f ISS.8CI.Hn Jotal hand made towel 1.00 .50 State S.ofC.Kentucky. County of Garrard, si: I, Denny, Cashier of the btnk, do solemnly swear half dozen napkins 2.00 1.00 that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and bed spread 2.00 1.00 MitS. C. DENNY, Cashier. centerpiece Subscribed and sworn to before me this St day of July lt'22 1.00 .50 I. G. l)avtdn. Notary I'uMic handkerchief 1.00 .50 My quilt 2.00 1.00 Correct Attet: G. R. Swinebnoad. W. R. Comnmtitsn expire Jan. 8. 198 I. KeUey. W. M. Ellisrtt. Directors. For all Girls under 12 Best dressed doll $1.00 .50 WOLF TRAIL Davis. Best sample crocheted lace or edging .50 .25 Mr and Mrs Moe Ra an famGIRLS CLUB DEPARTMENT Wilbert Daltey hmjght thre calve ily. Mr and Mrs Jje Ra an chil for 116. Best set first year club work $ 2.00 dren, Mr and Mrs t ,aj le Sparks 1.00 from Abe Hurt Muster lloknan J. MeMillian wasi and famu were an r.r ' p !urv jf Best princess slip 1.00 .50 , ' 1.00 Mr an I Mrs W .. e Matc- Best patch on garment i lay .50 on the sick list last week. Mrs. Powell Dailey ami son. werei Best darn on garment 1.00 .50 at the bedtnie of Mr. Cyru Da ey ' ATHLETIC DEPARTMENT i Sunday. 100 yard dash boys (13 and 11) 1.00 .50 Mrs. Mote Ray and Mis Jessie II 100 yard dash, boys (15. 1G. 17) 1.00 .50 Ray, spent Saturday with Mrs An i0 yard dash, boys (D and 10) 1.00 .50 drew Stott GO yard dash, boys (11 and 12) 1.00 .50 Mr Japer Running broad jump, boys ('.) and 10) 1.00 .50 spent Saturday Matthews and baby Running broad jump, boys (11 and 12) 1.00 .50 ami Mrs. Harve ami Sunday with Mr McCulley. Running broad jump, boys (13 and M) 1.00 .50 DRUG STORE Mr. ami Mrs. Hugh Maberley and McROBERTS boys ( 15 and 1G) Running broad jump, 1.00 .50 daughter were visitor of (3 trials in running broad jump) TEATCRSVILLE Mr. and Mr Harve TwaWr. Wheelbarrow race, 50 yards (1 entry from Mr. ami Mr. Elijah MeMillwn and each school) 1.00 .50 School upenej here M nday on were dinner guests f Mr. and Three legged race. 100 yards (I entry from Several frrnn here attended the Pie each school) 1.00 .50 Mrs. R. W. Sander Sunday. Sapper at Pleasant Hill. 25 yard race for men over 10 years 1.00 .50 Mr. and Mr Walter C.iwy and Mr. Lueita Murphy was tne guest Two entries only allowed from each school unless other- charming daughter. pent the weekof Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Humphrey wise specified. end wit Mr. and Mr. Carl Mober-lerecently. Prize to school winning most events. Master Robert A. May was the FLORAL DEPARTMENT Mr. and Mr, I.uea Foster and gueit of Mesrs. George and Willie Second children, of Lancaster, spent part of First Best bunch dahlias $1.00 .50 las tweek with Mr. and Mr. Allen Slmpsttn from Saturday until Monday. Best bunch cosmos 1.00 .50 Teater. Mr. and Mr. Floyd Humphrey and Best bunch asters 1.00 .50 Mr. and Mrs. Albert Best bunch zinnias 1.00 .50 daughter, of Poor Ridge, Gilleam and children and Mrs. Ray ford Sebastian visited Prettiest basket old fashioned tlower 2.00 1.00 and Mr. Geo. Gilleam .Saturday Mr. were guest of Mr. and Mr Hiram and Best Best Best Best Best Best Best Best Best Best above-named - $2.00 2.00 2.00 $IS,7t3.M $80,000.00 10,000.00 11.TSSJ0 M.0 04.00 US 1M - 1 1 V week-en- d y. LIVE STOCK DEPARTMENT Beef Cattle $ 8.00 Best heifer calf under G months old 8.00 Best bull calf under G months old POOR RIDGE Cleo Kay l vuiting relative in Madison. Mr. and Mr. Aaron Ray entertain, Mr. $5.00 5.00 $5.00 5.00 Miet Leathie and Maggie Lee Mr. and Mr.. Walter Davis and Humphrey were week-enguests of baby, Mr. and Mr. Marte Davis and Mr. and Mr. Clarence Humphrey. Mr Mr. and Mrs. Dave Long were in daughter, were entertained Sunday and Mr. Rayford Sebastian and Mr. at the home of Mr. and Mr. Wm and Mr. Herbert Humphrey Richmond Friday. BUCKEYE d Sunday. Wyhe recently. Dairy Cattle Best heifer calf under G months old Best bull calf under G months old Hogs oil several Sunday. $8.00 8.00 $5.00 $8.00 Best gilt under 8 months of age 5.00 8.00 Best boar under 8 months of age $10.00 Best boar any age. (Sweepstake) POULTRY DEPARTMENT will be awarded by comparative judging. Each enPrizes try will consist of one male and two females and prizes will be awarded on all standard varieties of chickens and turkeys. Young stock and old stock cannot be shown together in same entrv. An entry for old stock will consist of birds one year old or over. Young stock less than one year. Second First $1.00 $2.00 Prizes on old stock will be .50 1.00 Prizes on young stock will be COOKING DEPARTMENT $ .50 $1.00 Best loaf salt rising bread .50 1.00 Best loaf yeast bread .50 1.00 Best dozen beaten biscuit 1.00 2.00 Best white layer cake 1.00 2.00 Best Angel food cake 1.00 2.00 Best spice cake .50 1.00 Best dozen doughnuts 1. 00 .50 Best fruit pie 1.00 .50 Best Meringue pie .50 1.00 Best box Divinity .50 1.00 Best box Fudge Best school lunch nutrition and appearance 1.00 2.00 considered CANNING DEPARTMENT Second First .50 $1.00 Best jar tomatoes 1.00 .50 Best jar string beans 1.00 .50 Best jar corn 1.00 .50 Best jar butter beans 1.00 .50 Best jar pears 1.00 .50 Best jar peaches 1.00 Best jar apples .50 1.00 .50 Best glass grape jelly ' 1.00 .50 Best glass Crabapple jelly 1.00 .50 Best glass blackberry jam 1.00 .50 Best glass apple butter 1.00 .50 Best jar mixed pickles, sour 1.00 .50 Best jar chow-cho1.00 .50 Best jar watermelon pickle FRUIT DEPARTMENT First . Second $1.00 $ .50 Plate of half dozen apples Mr. and Mr. Klrby Tenter spent Sunday in Danville. Mr. It. H. Preton spent Sunday with Mr. J. A. Master. Miss Zona Ray, of Pari, Is here for a visit with her parents. Mr. Orear Whlttuker and Elmer East were recent visitors In this vicin- Mr. Robt. I.ontr, Jr., Richmond last week. A visited in girl arrived at the home of Mr. and Mr. Arthur Noel July 1th. Mr. W. S. Scautland, of Pari, was a guest of Mm. Helta Bogie Thurs GARRARD COUNTY FISCAL COURT Special Term, 7th day of July, 1922. ity. Mr. ami Mrs. Owen Sunday with Mr. and Grow. School opened at Scott day, Miss Ora Pruther Grow Mrs. spent Newt Present Hon. G. M. Troadway, Jude day. J. H. Clark, It. L Barker, Harrison Ray and W. C. W'ynn, W. M. U. meets Thursday P. M. at Magistrates three o'eiock. Mr. J. F. Price will T. J. Underwood, County Attorney. be leader. Mr. and Mr. Henry Arnold and family, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Ray Noel. , w Rev. and Mrs. J. F. I'rice and family, spent Sunday with Mr. and teacher. Mrs. Davis Sutton. Mr .and Mr. Prosten Snyder enrelaMr. and Mrs. Hugh Kurtz and fain tertained several friends and Hy were in Mercer county to see Mr tive Sunday. Mr. and Mr. Edd Moberloy wsjre Kurtz' sister. Mrs. Prinee Royalty, visitors of Mr. und Mrs. I. A. Simp-su- n who is sick. Sunday. Walker Uradihaw Mr. and Mr. Preston and family, of Danville, spent last Misses llmel and Olivia spnt Sunday with Mini' Elixa and week with Mr. T. O. Hilt and Mrs. T. C. Jenkimt. I.illa Ilurke. SimpMin und MtvOume Dillard Mrs. Hiram Ruy and family were Kveret Anderson spent Sunday with in Nicholasville Friday to see Mrs Mrs. Todd Simpson. (,'. C. Williams, of Whitesburg, who Mr. ami Mrs. I. II. Duncan and is visiting at the home of her mother, ch'ldren, and Mtss Moie Hicks were Mrs. I.. M. Crutchfield. On motion made and seconded, and by a unanimous vote in Nicnelutville Sunday. Mr. George Stormes, of Oklahoma, of the Court it is ordered that every owner, controller, or Mr. and Mm. Wm. McQuerry had Mr. James Stormes, of Texas, Mr. their guests Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Will Stormes, of Madison county and manager of lands bordering and abutting on the public highat Hugn Clark and family. Mr. Harrison Ray were entertained ways of this County, for tho distance which their said lands so Rev. C. Ward preached two inter-ti- i t the home of Mrs. IJmoy Ruy last ng srmon at I'leawnt Hill Sun-d- Thursday borders and abuts shall cut, clear away, remove ami carry from ami Sunday evening. Mr. Iluford West and family, of alongside the public highway, all bushes, weeds, shrubs and Rev. ad Mr. C. Ward spent Sot-url- Richmond. Mr. and Mr. Hundy Kurtz night and Sunday with Mr. and family, of Harrodsbliurg, have overhanging limbs of trees, and all other such obstructions and Mr. Preston Snyder. been visitor of Mr. und Mrs. I. F, along such highways, and to keep all hedge fence along such Mils Dunean, of Indianapolis, has Ilrown and at the bedtide of Mrs, visiting Mr. and Mrs. I. H. Dun. Arthur Noel, who has been serious highways so trimmed and cut back that same will at no time bebeen ly ill. cm and other relative here. come more than five feet high. The Ice Cream Supper given at Mr. and .Mr. 1.. M. Crutchfield, Pleasant Hilt Saturduy nittht was of Mr. and Mr. 11. Peel, Mr. ami Mr. The said bushes, weeds, overhanging limbs of trees and much success. The sum of about J. W. Wheeler and family and Hilly $25 was realized. Adams, of Nicholatville, F.loise Wil. other obstructions along the highways of this County shall be Mr. ami Mr. James F. Sander Warns, of Whitesburg, Mr. and Mrs. removed therefrom between the 1st day of July aad the 20th and oharmlng little daughter, James Walter Grow and Mls Myrtle Davis, Sunday of Mr. day of August, 1922. wer dinner guest Charlotte, were visitor of relatives and Mr. Hiram Ray. G. M. T HEADWAY, Judge. in Lancaster Sunday. Fork Monbeing the Order To Enforce Act For The Improvement of Puttie Highways. s) The Central Record, Lancaster. Ky., Thursday. July 13, 1922 The- service to be furnlthed at taid ratei or pricei for treet and alley lighting shall be that each nml all Inmp b- - kept burning all night during each and all night of the year from early twilight to day light. The tervice fo the inhabitant of the City thall b continuous, that Is 21 hour service, during the entire term of this franchi. For failure to furnith lights or the amount of lights that may be cor Loans: traded fur by the said City, at uny time, a deduction skill be made in n price to be paid equal to twice the awnunt agreed to be pah! fur each 5 inmp e failing to furnith light to the required standard during the tin e CENT. of such failure; but when uch failure may b by strike, fire .ir other calamity not potable to b avoided, tie only deduction that shall HV see THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF LANCASTER, KENTUCKY, made, thall be the proparttonnt part af Lh contract price for the time of fnUere. DO ORDAIN AS 1'OLLOWSi G. B. SWINEBROAD, Th poreh-- T 1 to furnlih and maintain at hi xaiMt, meters of stand-armake ta all centum en ef light and powwr. The purehnter shall, at Secy-Trea- s. Ms exacts, furnixh the nectary wlrta for connecting with the street SF.CTION No. I. provided! rv line to the ronamer' riMtdo and place af That tlsere U hereby created an I granted n fninne wr privilege to the f buelne i nnt More than 50 yunl from the! and oitutdlah. construct, maintain in "jurat an eieetrte tight anil pmver plant street tervlee line; the conumer to nay for wire and jsnle far all Otforc and After. Drawing an Audience. s, f ltnentcr, Kentucky,, .imI ta uf the In Use City In x af the aid M yard, and ail conwun to par far all in- IJefore a twin' married to the rkink "I tn ilellglitej 1'ress.ir id city. stiajeet to the condition herein atley. avenue, public place of de w lrhsr. girt the , "Welcome." to nee urge a gathering In the in.it nfjor set Mt, ni the mmx new exitt or may hereafter be extended, for Afterward If .! I never "WIIh- Oft Vour houte. i to an audience SECTION No. 5. Feet." the ereeuen, HMtranlM, operation aim snnintwnnnee at n pttie. wiree, of more thir, v before. Vour towns-me- n are iH'er,-.-.itmlNit, appnnii, ami eajuipntent necttatary far maaafactnrini:. distributin science" Tlic The said City hnll hate the option to pwrrhas from the pnrchuer of th.t Rhone Most Itapld RUer. Ik-- I and all other fmnehie, ing and 4tlm elftrtlty in all It fersa. far public, pctt-at- e llit ,r -- N.it miKh. ltut my hi neH$nee, trantferree, or urreer the electric plant and the rlv.-The ni'- -1 i Ih ll. world of comiNMitor it, setting up the ml of the entire system nt any time after fie year ha elapwed, dntini: from any lw t !. it er Hh..e. In Franre. or lei'tiire (Mi the TMsmJc rrce," the day that thl franchite become effective and nid option of nnrchnoe Whose ciirrvti i unties as high in HO left t!ie V cut of TosaMc..'" SECTION No. 2. ahall continue darinr, the remaining term of tnid fmnchMe; the price for miles an nr nr tnid clef trie pihnt and system t he it actual value Tfcul tile (wrefcuwr of thl franchise r priellatr. ac Biased Opinion. at the time said nil dantaieet t option i to be uteri, and the raise to be Somsthlig In That A Scotch preacher suy nf Mitb RirriiMr. sSrll repair and snake clergymen ascertained by three appraiser, are not M-MW( prtttsetly piex In mid tty eeemitoned by the one to be eleeted by nid City, and one, the owner of mid plnnt and Enemies sfcoitld esteemed at Idgh-l- muko the best bubunls uml artist tae ths-at be: an enemy never tlw worst. He mt.i nrmy and navy leeoiien. f nnseUet. npetjtlis or maintenance of the lighting ami ptnver system, and the two to select the tMrtt one. If the two cannwt agree borrow Money f y,u nor nkt you ottleer next to the top In hi list . r under the public at to the third appniieer then the judge ed along. MUt(MmHt, and Mil of mM oHuipmtmt of the tSth Jndicwi District of to go liU "irlty for u large amount. ami hhi next to the lust. The tired rtreet. puboe place ami pnblie property shall he erected. Maintained snd Kentucky shall name the third appreWer. business Iimh n't even mentluuvl. manner. atrurted In the inttal neat, safe Mb4ntii, ami wnrwnMHlike We upeNi lndeemtnt. the Seoteli preacher hu SECTION No. 6. v4 rer Jtwcttan of all psd, ronduitt, wire TK materials, lfHtlo "We otort you without n dollar," no coiitrltHitlng Kt ur urttnti In hi rc.nl theuncmplojH pMrsuii', "Humph p con g regu m. sail other lixtnre and Html latter inttant to the ctmHrnetlan and epertttien That thl franchise or privilege :t created, grunted and thall continue for lie Hmrted. In- - ateordtng t the bet nothing. I'm that thall or endervrotmd f either over-hen- d a period nf 10 year from and after the date it i made effective by the way ii..w." Tbst' Lunatics as W:tn:ties. ItwaH Lcdzer. I'hlladel eagineerlng prnetiee and subject to the iMpcction. approval and control ratification and approval of The lestlmtmy of ,i lunatic I aome-timtab- - .it hereinafter provided. Thi franit tdilu. k ttuWI wny or of tne Any repair on the street)., f the City. of re.il aliie in n court of law. chise shall not be exelneive. but taid City shall have the refct to of City rendered neeostary by the MixUn r maintenance ef pole er eauied fcnd grant other While he may suffer delusion regardfranchise for the same purpoee whenever dnsired. Young Oenta; Couple, Presumably. ing persecution of himself, be seldom f Mild plnnt hall b don by nml ut the by lit erection or muiMtannnrf ItepMtt Wedding of Western If ever bus delusion tr Ie upm hall about the perAll the wir SECTION No. 7. xhhm' f the purelwuMT. .Stuinllne In .in arch of fern, smllai tk aimn I or Mrt and hull be plaevd at a itTeatr twenty, tww pink ttooers of the oenson, the secutions of some one ele. Therestnl ulve That the purchaser of thi franchise, or any attignee of the purchater. youn; fore. If ii man who bat been nn Indirected plighted their tooth." r Iwm heiicht above I be ground or ttreet and whwn artd whererer mate of on iisyliim make elm rife that by tne City, or lt authortW a.'rnt. All rliH ball b ttrahtt ami uni- hall within It month after the date of the ratification and approval of Ilottmi TnMTlpt. some other iwtleiit wo hi ' not lew than ovn inch nt the Mwillet the tale and acceptance of the bid by the City of I.ancater. Ky.. have an Mibtnnttnl, form, utrnnit nml evidence I worth Inuring. Uncle Eben. i Ice trie plant. nde line and equipment of ufflcient amount and ie. tad. "Alii smk de truth, mm," mild rapacity to adequately supply with electricity the Heeds and requirement of o Maintained at all tlm The Great Horny. All vflret rnrryini; oUetrlc rarrwt ihatl b Uncle Hlen; "Imt take uli time to ! This bird Is a great appltanetM for the the city and it inhabitant; and unless thi provition is compiled with, the make Mire ) know wliut de truth nt nnt to endnniter Ufo. an.1 all wro, rtHHOHftof and privilege herein granted Ih. an' whether It's up to ou to butt honied owl. He has large yellow eye, tronnrtn'fn of elect rw current onmll be thonMthty tniuluted and frunehiee oforxitd 12 month become amiand provided for shall at the like n cat, and n grasping disposition. be forfeited, null and void. All Into le louiersatlon." ntltled, aad wben thi Mid infubuton or rovenmc nn tnid wire bemu I Ho take ucli n hold. In fact, that of the provision of this franchise shall apply to any urcesr or aign too thin or injurvd by aire, or othervne, a not to b wfe. Mid winr j people "The Angelus" Sold for $100. nel several thlcknestu of khall be replaced by other wtr. whkh mtet th rNirnent of the bet ef the purchater of taid franchise. "The Anseln" wus iMliited by Jean i leather In their glove before they pick rnittoenrinir rnntrvmenu. SECTION No. 8. Millet, a Knuib liindteupe lihii up. He I u big bird und Is often Frtweol HM' It i nnderotood that the Hirha4er will be required painter. In KAK It was i,li liy him seen throughout the winter. HI ae- The purchaser thall execute Ik, ml with good surety to the city in the for ."ii franc (ulioitt JKi). In and enrryime wire, and no polwt way at much at practical for settinir M ttori ure niululy benetlclul. He prey j on rodent an I vermin, und I a friend pol, irtiy wire, Him of $8,000.00 for the benefit of whom it may concern that imch. every (the iKillitlug whs purclmstil for the public Miunre of .itd city, and all ar Ut I of man. You wo.nd bo doing wrong uih) tt'wrxl In the l.mnre. the current carrying ir-- and cbk in the entire ytem are t be and all ef the provision!, terms ami conditions of the franchise shall be and to kill an owl. Kxchiitige. to interfere with the uio of public I'ept and performed in good faith and said bond hall be kept in force o rHtrurte ami maintained at Surely Excellent Memory. ways by the wbUc, or to obttrurt the flow of water in any gutter ur ami cuntlnuaace durytg the life nf the franchue granted and shall be for "My memory I excellent," nald s drain, arxl the entire yttm Mtall be kept ut all timet in irtd ttnler and the protection of said City and for the protection and benefit of the Smltli. "but there are thns thlugn Vitamine Cold Slaw of said City, who may be uters of electricity for the fulfillment of I run tondittan, to at ntrt to endanger life and to k'ive i;td and efficient neier reincmlier: I can't reand ubl Hirchaer. r any .uccer or aiitnee of Mich thall the conditions set nut in this ordinance and the failure to keep said bond member names. I can't remember Red cabbage I nice or domaite which may in force a required herein, at any time, shall be the cauv for an annulling face, und I mn't reuiember I for- If Impossible to secure, for this but kave the City of Ijincaiter bormlett frem all lt use white be done to it public wayt or other property, or to the perton or property und forfeiting of any franchise and right granted at the option of the City get the third tiling." which also contains a plentiful supmaintaining and operatini; the rttd the City may require a renewal of said bond from time to time if ply of health-givinvitamine when of indivuluaU In bxatia', conttructini;, Ravage of the Bookworm. raw. Slice one small head of cabplant or equipment umler th frawhlte ur privilege and to aHime the leemed inefficient. In the eurllest writing we tlnd men- bage fine; add two minced onion; payment ef und to pay all the judgment remlenxl agnlntl the aul ( Ity SECTION No. 9. tion of the rui age of the bookworm. one cup chopped Spanish gTeen or ahraintt the purchaser nuini; to r eaufml by an art uf nri;liKi'iire on Kveliu. who llied ul,out s.'ill It. C. It olives (ttonod); vinegar, salt and r any of it employee, aitent.t or tervantt, That the Mayor of the City of Lancaster, Kentucky, thall on the 31st the earliest author known to write of pepper to suit the taste. It'a a new he part of wiiil purebater, Mid electric Uithtint; 'ttem in the day of July VJtli, at 10 o'clock a. m., at the Court Houte door in the city Its ravages. Hi. nice, Oild, I'llny, Mar-tlu- l law, a healthful slaw and a dell-clin the erection of or maintenance of atd City, or in the operation of tnkl electric lichtimr ytem ilunnn the of Lancaster, Kentucky, offer this franchise or prjvilege for sale ut public ilaw. uml Lucia n nl.o wrote of lilm. auction to the highest and best bidder, of which he will give due notice i'fr of thlt srant. by adverttements in The Central Kecord in the July 'JOth, 1U22 and July Eagle on His hUtlvs Heath. SECTION No. 3. 117th, ll2!I ittues of said Central ltecord, and In which notice or adverHigh above the ground the eagle Beware winga, while The purchaser of thi franrhitr thai I furnith and rtwintan durini; the tisement he will insert thl ordinance in full; and he will report to the floats on bis We positively will not permit fox: whlte-barrefeathers of hi tnll mtlre term ef thl franchlte, an electric plant or power ytem which City CouncI at itt next regular meeting the bids received by him together the ha)l be nf at leat 160 kilowatt rapacity ami thall be eiuippeil with tun with hi recommendation at to which bid he consider the highest and best, f are spread out fanwlte as a rudder hunting or h'inting of any character hi course. to Ill piercing eye or trespassing; on our farm. Any i,r more dynamot, which thall be directly connected neither of which thall hnd the City Council reserves the right to reject nny and nil bid und in I steer searching the heather far below. violator will be prosecuted. have a capacity, lent than tlO kilowatt, and be alto provided and equipped case the City Council refute to accept any bid recommended by the Suddenly be swoop. Next moment J. S. Schooler, Edgar Price, W. A. with two or more enirinet and boiler, each to have a rapacity to operate Mayor made at the sale, or in case the successful bidder refuses or fail he Is rising ngulu swiftly nnd strongPrice, R. the recctive dynamo, and all enirinet, dynamot, and other electrical to pay to the City Treasurer the full purchase price within the time here ly with u uiountuln bare held fast In Price. Joe CriscilU. T. J. inafter sperilled the City Council may direct by ordinance or resolution said hi tuton. The gtvst wing) beat I,. Elkln, B. M. Lear, R. L. Darker machinery and appliance thall be of good conttruction and of urh R. F. Parson, Marinda Longiworth, at to inture atifactory anil the bet tcrvtce, and the City to have franchise or privilege to be again offered for sale from time to time, the air now with long, powerful P. Illand. and Hughes Bros. the ritfht to have the plant and tyttem impeded, at any time, to ascer- after due mlvertitement, until a satsfactory bid therefor shall be obtained. stroke, rurrilug him rapidly towards J. (Other name will be added upon the hungry family that I watting fur are beinc complied with. That the bidder to whom this franchite or privilege shall be awarded. tain if the above provliont yrle. - Kxrhsngo. him In tl (tf.) the payment of -- 5 cents) The City shall have the rinht through it employer- and authorued fhall within 5 days after the acceptance and approval of his bid by the d to Impect and tett the lieht ami the efficiency of the Htchtn C.ty Council pay the amount of said bid in cash to the City Treasurer. aisrnl by the purebater. any tuccettor, trantferree, or attiKnee nf uch That thi ordinance .shall take effect after its passage and publication REPORT OF THE CONDITION purrhater at any and all time and taid purchater hall furnith and keep at required by law. Of The by taid City or it agent for tuch convenient at all timet for uv W. F. CHAMP. Mayor. I'AUL F. MOKUOW. Clerk. Attest or I At the reasonably neceiiary Instrument and npparatu. NATIONAL BANK - ELECTRIC LIGHT AND POWER FRANCHISE Garrard National Farm Loan ftssn Federal Farm RATE OF INTEREST For information PER ORDINANCE cad retne ttre, r" buin, sUe-walk- d'-- r "p-ik- ! Mt, ijr sseer, std h-- y y - ytt 1 e tsde-wnl- dipe ft . Who-o-o-o- trt ot. nt citi-Jen- icr-vio- e, g ou Hunters ite-ii- ;n fur-nihe- CITIZENS SECTION No. 4. Any On of Them. Any bond I n gmxl bond n long ss It nurket value Is nbove pur and the Interest on It I paid regularly. Volta Father of Battery. AUetunilro Volta, nn Italian Ini enter. I the father of the electric battery, hi name being bonori! In the naming of the unit of electric energy, the volt. The rate charted under this franchise for electric lik'ht and power to the Inhabitant of aid City hall not be in excet of the following: For liitht 15 cent.t per kilowatt hour with a ditcount of 10 per rent. If the bill H renderetl and paid at the end of each month, or by the 10th of the next nucceedinK month; thu maklnjr the rate for litfht, if in paid 134 cent per kilowatt hour, the minimum charRe to be ll.'JG per month per meter; for electric power 12 cent per kilowatt hour with n 10 per cent ditcount If the bill i rendered and paid at the end of each month i r by the tenth of the next succeeding month, thus mnkiiiK the power paid I0.S rents per kilowatt hour. rate If The minimum chaw for power $1.50 per month per metor, and $1.00 It it to be the for euch hum' power or fraction thereof connected. duty of the purchuter of tin franchite to render bill for light and power to all their customer monthly and not later than the 3rd of the succeeding month. The rate and charge to the City nhull not be in excel of the following: The rate for pumping the City water $150.00 per month. For street and alley light $1.50 per month per light. The light uod on the public niuiire in ald City to be 100 candle power und the lights uod on the street and alley to be K0 candle power and maintained o a to give the miixlmum candle power ai rated on the lamp made by standard manu- No. 2888. OF LANCASTER. KENTUCKY. AT THE yCLOSE OF BUSINESS ON JUNE 30th. 1922 RESOURCES 2et-"s- Coimlc Oust. It lint been only lately dltcoicred The Largest Butterfly. that cosmic dut form layers nt the The large! known moth or butter bottom of the deepest tea. Itetween lly In the world I the Ire.it Alius Honolulu and Tahiti, at u depth of or India. With wing fiitlioins oier two miles and u Moth i It measure nearly u foot ust l.i)erof thl malerlul ehalf across from tip to tip, xltt. The purchaser shall keep in repair and furnish the uU itreet light and replace the lamp with new lamp. whenever any of same fail to furnith good light of normal .ttandard power, all of which is to be done at many lights ut purchater' expense, and purchaser to furnlih at few or-the same rate a the City may detire. The above ratei aha II be In effect durinic the entire term uf thl franchlte but they may be, ut the end of two yeur. from the date that thl franchise goes Into effect be either lowered or raU-- by the City, through it board of Council, In the following manner said City Council may adopt u resolution citing tuid purchater to appear before it. to how why tnid rate ull or any of lume should not bo lowered, or mid purchaser may file with the City Council a petition for a revision of all or any of taid rate and charge. In either event n schedule of rate and charge which shall be fair and roaionable under the condition und circumstance as they may then exltt, thall be adopted by the City Council and become the lcul rate to be charged by said purchaser. Whenever a revision or change of rate and charge Is adopted by the Council, a above provided they shall be In effect for at least two year from the time they become effective. The purchaser I to allow a representative of the City, to be named by the Council, free.acce, at any time, to their plant and book and account for Inspection, to ascertain If said rate and charge are reasonable and fair, facturer. Bleu the Child. Musical Not. A little girl who hud recoiercd fnmi lery deaf old lady, walking along the whooping rough remarked that she the xtivt, kiiw nn Italian turning a was glad she dldu'l die of It, heenue (s'liuut roaster She sIihsI looking at "Cxi would not like little couching It iiwhlle, kbihtk her beud und said: angel." IUiMoii TniiintTlpt. "Jto, I sl.jn'1 give joti any money for such muU' u (but. I cun't hear any of Western View of the Matter. it smells a If the tuue, und of the district of The Inhabitant there were Mtnietblng burning Inside!" the jxirt of New York devour, waste. The CongregHtloiiiilltt. ioll, uml otherwise destroy H.IIVJOO. A s oant und discount, including rediscounts, acceptances of other bank, and foreign bills of exchange or drafts sold' with Indorsement of this $335,loC.Ct $335,450,01 bank (except those shown in b and c) 2,303.1)3 '.',303,93 .secured, None; Overdraft Deposited to secure circulation (V. S. bond par value) 50,000.00 All other United States (iovcrnmcnt securities 1,040 00 (Including premiums, if any) 51,010.00 3,300.00 Other bonds, stocks, securities, etc Hanking House, $7,000.00; Furniture and tixtures $1,3511.20 8,353,20 . 21,501.22 Lawful reserve with Federal Reserve Hank Cash in vault and amount due from national bank 50,000,20 Amount due from State bank., bankers and trust companies in the United States (other than in871.30 cluded in Items 8. l. 10) 51,477.50 Total of Items 9, 10. 11, 12, and 13 Miscellaneous U1107 cash item-s0GS.97 Redemption fund with U. S. Treasurer and due from U. S. Treasurer 2,500.00 I unit-cure- .. According to D. L. T. human nice appear to It best adrantnsc, perhapt It only advantage. In work, The race It not havomiunental, nor Is It ing only enough wit to scrape along with. Work It the best thing It doe, and when It seeks to avoid thlt. Its reason for existence, dliipear." Chicago Tribune. "The () time Total LIAUIL1TIES. Undivided profit $7,528. IK 7,523.43 Circulating note outstanding................. Amount duo to national Certified check outstanding Total of Item 21, 22, 23, 24. ami 25 9S.7C Individual deposit subject to check............ Total of demand deposit (other than bank subject to Reserve, Items 20, 27, 28, 29, 30. and 31 201,840 71 Certificates of deposit (other than for money borrowed) Total of time deposit subject to Reserve, Items 32, 33, 34, und 35 40,009.50 $170,907.43 50,000.00 00,000.00 50,000.00 972.80 1 of food every eur. SomeIt doesn't scetiii worth It. San KruiicUco Argonaut mmiihW Capital stock paid in Surplut Fund 7,528.13 over-brigh- Raltln Lacto. Heat I ho yolk und white of two egg separately and add them to three cupful of sugar, mixed with two quarts of skimmed milk and 1U cupful of plumped und chopted raltltu. When partly fmicn mid the Juice of a lemon. banks................. 1.90 201, Sid, 74 Explains Salmon' Jump. The bureau of fisheries says that at the bottom of n fall there I utuiil-la very deep well. The salmon swim to the extreme bottom of thl well, and If they have siittlclent depth of water to giro force to get the power to Jump, they do so by wliumlng very fast ami rushing out. Till force mechanically cause them lo Jump the y fall. 40,009,50 Legal Fiction. A fiction In law I an astumptlon raaJo for the purjxe of Justice thoush Total $170,907.43 the lame fart could not be proved and may bo literally untrue, and It U a State of Kentucky, County of Garrard, as; I, L. G. Davidson, Cashier of the above named bank, do solemnly rule that a fiction of law thill work I twear true to the bcit of my knowno wrong. The tlctltlou character ledge that the above statement L. G. DAVIDSON, and belief. Cashier. of John Doe and Itlrhanl Hue for the Subscribed and sworn to before me this 5th day of July 1922 purpose of vurloii action ure well S. C. Denny, Notary Public. My contmlsion expire Jan 8th, 1924. known. Correct Attest: J. J. Walker, J. V. Sweeney, W. F. Champ, Directors .... . The Central Record. Lancaster Ky Thursday, July 13. 1922. la f ,aFltlH HLAUyuAKitKa WE ARE Of Interest to Women t Waiting For Jesus (Mamie Sebastian) One rprini; morning little Virginia Howard lay Marine out of thtf low curtaiplrss window of thr'littlc lo house In Willow Valley Shi- - could rw (Why Not a Rural Nurse County? for Yeuri PLUMBING HEATING AND TINING ALSO EVERYTING IN THE HARDWARE LINE. CONN BROS. "Live and Let Live IE Folk." 1L D1L1 $1.50 a Year. EE1G 3 The Central Record Issued Weekly. you when you were younp. Churches cannot live on Payable in Adrance. J. R. L. E. ROBINSON. Editor. ELK1N. Local Editor and Mgr. nickel., and communities can not prosper without churches. Make it a dollar the next time. The ill mannered boy invariably becomes an ill mannered man. THE AMERICAN PR 33 ASSOCIATION An ill mannered man is not often successful in a business LaKister, Kf., Jlj 13. 1922 which requires that he come inbuyRate For Political Announcements. to daily contact with' the ing public. For Precinct and City Offices-- ! 5.00 People who spend their own 10.00 For County Offices 15.00 money want to receive courtesy For State and District Offices. ,10 as well as the value of that For Calls, 'per line .10 money. For Cards, rer line They do not care to For all publications in the inter-epay for a grouch or a grunt. of individuals or expresSchool teachers are always sion of individual views, per 10 endeavoring to improve the line .05 manners of their pupils, but Obituaries, per line they find it a difficult task Announcement where manners are not taught announce in the home. We arc authorized to lion. Ralph Gilbert a candidate to These are every day facts succeed himself in Congress, subject not theories, or a sermon. I st Entered at the Po.t Office in Un Mail caster, Ky., as Second-Clas- s Matter. Manners and Boys to the action of the Democratic mary, August 5, 1022. pri- The Religious Many parents complain that as their children grow older they cast off their obedience to parental law and lose their respect for parental authority. Hut the child is not alone to be censured. The parent who does not demand respect and obedience in the beginninK will not receive it in the .end. Humoring and coddling does not produce either. Instead, it creates selfishness, itiKradi-tud- e and ultimate indifference. Soveit Russia has an army of 1,000,000 men, well armed, well equipped, well drilled, and efficiently officered, capable of taking the field upon a moment's notice. How long will those men, trained for war .continue in the path of peace when the fumes of another war are in the very air they breathe? Any child can ask the question, but the wisest of men cannot answer. Vagabond The religious tramp is a phenomenon of a serious nature for the church.es. He is not a foe to religion. He is, indeed, a believer, )n a way, although he asserts with a that "one church is as good as another." He travels around on the "special service" which one church after another serves up to secure a crowd. The churches often do not go behind the return. There are crowds and there are crowds. The church tramp is a Chrutian who refuses to assume any responsibilities. He does not want to work regularly. He doe not want to ,give regularly, though he drop a chance nickel into the plate. His attitude is one of unconcern w.th regard to the welfare of the church. He gets hi amusement and his soci. ability from the churches at the minimum of expense. He asks for no more. Jnt now in many comare actively munities the ehurche competing for the presence of the ehureh tramp. With concerts and secular leeturos anil moving pictures of doubtful religious value, they seek tu bring the lloatvrs to thir places of warship. Their suces as transient as U the interest of the people who come. The cure for church tramp is a serious attitude on the part of the ehureh. Smaller audiences may follow such an attitude, but they will be audiences y.elding a more permanent harvest to pseudo-liberality : n. Perhaps that nickel you give in church makus you feel good. Make it a dollar and you will feel bully. .Money given to a church is well spent. It return to 'you many fold. Think of the good old days when you were a child in Sunday school, and of the lessons you learned and have never The serious-minde- d wistor may net be known just now as a erowd-gettebut will be known in Use end us a church-buildeMean- forgotten. Others contributed thu money then it is your turn now. Purina Cow Chow, Hen Chow, The church and the Sunday chool are doing the same for Horse and MuU Fred and Dairy Hudtcn & Farnau. ycur children and for all of Frrd. the children of the community The man wins kswws hi own mind that other churches did for realizes that he has yet much te learn. truth-seekers tiR-Meker- s, while, the Iwni'- -t doubter outside the ehureh is offered by the flippancy in the face uf problems which to him are of importance. When the church make- - its appeal to and not to the sena. it will be a stronger church. The Christian Century. (Southern Agriculturist) At the dose of the War the Gar. not stir nor rvrn raise her little head rani County, Ky., Heil Cross Society nn the fall hail proven too serious to found a fund of $2,000 in it treas- her little weak back. So she lay ury despite the fact that a large very quietly, watching the heavy mlt amount of comforti and supplies had gradually roll away, until the sky bebeen poured into the stream of aid came beautifully blue ami clear. for our soldier. The robins were tinging so ex Permission came from headquar travagantly that the olil mnplr nwr ter, for the sum to be used In the)thf ,, n0)M.a , approv(ll manner the ocal organisation deem- - h ,, Mr rcl ...1 eu - - - - ...,.-- .. . It a.- .wide to take In their refn hinK morn- promote better health. After due) jnR (rjnk o(Mlun,h,nf deliberation, it was decided to employ Vippinln ,MnVlntf , .v. ft Rural Nurse. happy hours she had spent with the The present nurse took up the work birds under the dear old maple m her on September first, 1920. Her first swing and how long it seeme d since year's salary came wholly from the she had gone to the garden witb-he- r During 1021 an appro mother to gather flowers Hut now Red Cross. priation of five hundred dollars was she must spend the rest of her life r.ade by the fiscal court and three on the little white cot. Even all hundred was paid by the county these thoughts did not trace the sun school board. The Lancaster Hoard shine from the dear little face. of Education appropriated one hun Virginia was a lovely, tiny littli dred dollars. Arrangements an- now girl with golden brown hair, her completed for this year's amount. eyes wrrr a blue as the Violets and Many schools have been loed her voice mot as sweet as the Hob-inevery year because of contag'oujayli-sease- s and skin so transparent that the sometimes every school re blue veins could be easily traced on ( ort.ng forced closing at some time temples. "Good morning, dearie," uunng the year. Last year there her a sweet voice a a gentie form said only two, in one of w,hich the were bent over the little white cot. "I've teacner contracted dlptheria, and the come ts help you get well." V.r other had to be closed because of the ginia turned her little face question'' inability of the nurse to reach them. at the nurse, who hail Just arrived to Dur.ng May a trachoma clinic was take rare of the little patient. held by a specialist. Forty-fou- r were "Mother said you were coming." said fornd to be affected with the dieas Virginia smiling sweetly as she reach-e- d and eighteen operations were perMs irg.na Ray and Mr John JUDSOX out her little thin arms to greet formed. guests Pcuard were the week-enher. Four patients had tonsils and adeif Mr and Mrs. V R. Naylor. Mrs Janus Ciark is quits-M- r "I'm so sorry for you. dearie," noids removed at the clinic, one had the nurse spoke sympathetica!)-- , "but Mr and Mr. Luther Smith spent Wm Lane lost a cow jast welc adenoids only, while 200 were advis- you don't seem to care. Hew can Saturday night ami Sunday with Mr. ed as to their needs for removal of you be so happy!" Miss Flora Adams was a wuk-rnJohn liooiin and Mrs. Doolln. tonsils or adenoids or glares needed gusrt of Mrs. Olke Hlack. Mrs. John Yater and children were , "Oh, I'm very happy when I'm not to correct defective vision. suffering, very few sick girl have a Saturday guest Tuesday mght of her mother, Mr. Oscar Lane spent Six cases were presented for hoskind, good mother to rare for them night with Mr. Charlie Mc.MHHan. Mrs. Crousharn, of HryanUvlllr. pital care, in free beds. These patiand lots of friends to bring nice y Mrs. C R. Naylor entertained Mr. John V. Pollard was the guest had this care for from two weeks things every day ents then she hugged evening a friend in honto a year. Ut week of Mr, and Mrs. Tom Nay- - or of Mis Zona few Ray, of Paris. her little rag doll tight in htr arms lor. II. One of these was a young colored and smiling with a meaning that boy, the eldest of a pour Mr. Homer Hill was the caller Angels only understand, shr said, Han't worry aver what others man's eight children. He was "and I'm waiting for Jesus" looking Saturday evening of Mls Virginia think of you. Only the Lard can suffering from some affection of'the a picture on the wall, of Jesus Kay. at furnish you a through ticket when skin which made him a very repulblessing little children and saying: Mr. and Mrs. Tom Nayler spent ycu kick off. sive sight as well as caused him much "Suffer them to come unto me." Friday with Mr. and Mrs, James suffering. He was placed in a hos Mother rend just .yesterday to 'me, in Clark. pital for diagnosis and treatment. the Uible. where Jesus passed amidst Mrs. Macirie Trncev Is visiting her I a year he returned home for a After sick people and made them well, and YOU SAVE daughter, Mrs. James Clark, who is' THE visit but returned to the hospital she said that he would come to every quite ill. ; where he hal learned to make him- one who asked him, and if we love DIFFERENCE self quite useful, was put on the pay Miss Suana Mae Naylor was with! and trust him he would take us with roll and is still very happy. grandmother, Mrs. Nannie Kay,' 1G ounces him to heaven, and last night I asked her to the ixuintl One case waAn old man living in him to etime and make me well so I last week. 100 cents to the Dollar a little shack, 'Wunr, and dying of could go Mr. and Mrs. Robert Simpson was and tell Nellie Hire ami cancer of the liver. He was remov Rosa Perkins Best Grade Flour 95c and other little girls the guest Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. ed to a hospital where he was. given about him and if its best for me to Wm. Lane. Men's Suits, $12. to proper care until death came. not get well, I want to go with him Mr. Robert Simpson and Lillian Two patients were operated on for $17. all Wool to heaven, where there's no sickness, Turner spent Wednesday with Mrs. cataracts. One of these had been nor blind, nor lame, and Oh, 1 just Sim Clark. R. J. ENGLE practically blind fer fifteen years, can't hardly wait until be comes. Messrs. Frank, Homer and J I). submitted to an operation and has "And you tiMy think he will Kay were gues's Sunday of Mr Near Depot Liinnisler.Ky regained some vision. He is the come?" James Foster father of six small children. I know he will," pointing to "Oh, Two children with tubercular hip her Hible on the table- - "you see it nave been treated in free bed. says so more than once in that dear Since the first of the year classes book and every wrd i sure true have been conducted in pnicticnl that's how I know." nursing. Two clase have been orThe days passed on ami Virginia ganized, one being especially for the grew no better, yet she was patient benefit of the business women of the for Christ sak- town. It is hoped that groups thru One quiet Sunday afternoon sne out the county will take advantage lay listening to the sweot mus.e from of this opportunity. the little chapel, where men, women, Ifte entire family of a tenant and children had gathered to worship j was stricken with typhoid fever early lied, wttn a sweet little prayer oni in tne year. . room in the court her Hps to bear the suffering of the house was fitted up to serve as nn night. She was thinking how sweet emergency ward and the family was t'would be if Jesus should come and taken there where they could be take her home then she heart) the nursed until they recovered. The children singing, "Jesus luve me. services and advice of the nurse are this I know for the Hible tells me! available to thoe in better circum so." Her little trembling arms were stances as well as to the humbler held high in the air. "What is it classes. Those who are financially dearie?" said the nurse as she heard able are expected to pay a fee into Virginia murmuring somethng "Oh, the Red Cross fund. he." I thought that Jesus May the good work spread unul wnsn'mt was pasting and I wanted to be sure every rural community can have the he finds me I'fe waited so long" practical, comfort. and the little white hands dropped by dispensing hand of a rural nurse! her side. .Mr. John Land. Mrs, Howard was walking noisless. Speak softly or don't speak. Hark-in- g ly across thej room to kiss her little IS pet good night when she noticed dogs make loud nois, that her little eyes did not greet her lleauty of face commands udmir-ntio- as usual. "Do not dare to wake her, You never saw n more perfect raiigo. In beauty, e n but purity of soul wins con- dear little thing," sh has suffered ven.ence, economy, lung life and rent rang- servue s mp'y fidence ami respect. The woman so much," said the nurse, Mrs. can't be Uat. It' the range that ougMt to lie in jour kitchen who has both Is terbly ble ssed. Howard was not satisfied to leave her The Kternametnl lines make it truly the Range Kterna' yet, so looking more closely, she said, They will not burn out, nor wear out, nor rust out. It i the "I do believe Jesus has already pass one metal best suited for uie as flue linings. You ran get it ed this way," and she was right for only in the Range Ktemal. Jesus had indeed passed that way ami The Parker I 'rocess Rust Pnof Tap is another big im cigarettes finding Virginia, he loved her so portant feature that you will find only in the Kterna! much that he lifted the little tired Hut you really must see the Range Kternnl to know ail lamb to his bosom. "exclusive points. Come in and see it. We will It's thirty-twbe glad to show and explain every feature. You'll surely llabe Ruth Is taking himself so want it when you see the Range Ktvrnal. seriously other people are ceasing to do so. The plank is beginning to SPECIAL FOR MONTH OF JULY tilt. One 41 piece set of best quality CIIINAWARi: given The follies of youth are often a FREE with each Range Ktemal. I bar to happiness in old ag,e, Kven the most blunted of consciences cannot completely forget. Save Trouble These Hot Days and get YOUR u, 1 ... Ice (Bream Dm; from us. We can furnish you any quantity in convenient sanitary packages. s, McRoberts Store. d Sat-urda- hard-workin- g ! disease-checkin- HERE THE RANGE ETERNAL n, m !te o They are GOOD! 10' Buy ikit Giatttte ca J Sat Money UalUrds Ubsliik flour Is purs, clean and healthful. It Is mad from tha finstt of whtat In a spotlessly tlran mill. Try a sack today. Hudson 4k Farnau. HASELBEN BROS, LANCASTER'S BIGGEST STORE. The Central Record. Lancastei, Ky.fThursday, July 13 1922 n Five Big Evenings PAINT LICK HAUTAUQUA, July 17 - 21 Beginning Next Monday. Every Evening Full of Fun and Amusement. Three Good Lectures. Vocal and Instrumental Quartette. Concerts and Entertainers. THE BIG LAUGHING COMEOY, "IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE" Adults Season Tickets $2.00. Mr and Mm .Mm. Buy a Season Ticket. Childrens Tickets $1.00 left Tuesday Mr Hugh Mobley Robert. Ta mer, Mr j Mr Harv McRnbrrts, of Stanforil, Homer Kay were g; ests of ,as beei u recent s 'or of his suttr, for a two weeks vacation in Clay Classified Column county. He claims Red Bud and Mr and Mm, Elbert Teater Thurs- Mm. J R. Moun. Gooiu, Creek are the two best fishday. M.sses Berndina and Bobbie Engle, ing streams in Kentucky. However, RATES i a few hoars last the local fishing club is going to reMr. Dora Wheeler hs returned were in Danville from a visit to her son. Mr. Talton Toesday afternoon. Single insertions lc a word quire kodak pictures of the fish to Embry Wheeler and Mr. Wheeler, No ad Uken for less than 20c Mr. Carlton Etkin and children prove the fact and we are looking near Ilanville. returnel Vednsay frm n visit for Mr. Mobley to show'em. In this column, No ads in this Mrs. Jennie Hardin, Mrs. Watkins. to relatives in Huttonville. Mm Charles M. Thompson entercolumn charged. SPECIAL PRICE ON ALUMINUM WARE. Judge and Mrs. CharHe Hardin, of Mr. ami Mm. Robert T. Embry and tained delightfully with bridge at her Seven insertions for th Harrodsburg, made n short visit in Mim Sallie Elkin, of Lexington, spent home on Maple avenue, In honor of price of five. Lancaster Monday. Saturday with relatives in Lancaster. her house guests, Mises Matsy Phone orders must be paid Southard, of Grimes and Gladys Mr. and Mm. Charlie Ilallew, who promptly. She!-bMrs. W. B. Mason, Mis Sue The hostess was assisted Stanford. hare been residing in Lancaster self, Man, Mr. Billy Mason, Mm. In entertaining by Mwn Margaret eral years, have moved to their farm W. Fox Logan and children have re- EIHott, Haiel Champ and Gladys on Richmond read. Southard. Fruit punch, ice. cream turned from a motor trip to Lou Stock Dealers In the mrct to sell visiting Mm. I.elia Ileitis and Mn Kdna Rcrkele and bonbons were served. About i.r buy cattle, hogs or sheep. Phone n Lexington fr.rnd Mis Leila Ball, of Bardstown. twenty-fiv- e KUest were present. f.:i. Carrier & Brown. ! 'Mr. Buekner Sptmlle and two chilare guests of Mr. and Mrs. James fi.in.7t.-piL- ) Mr I.ouu Lamlram and Mm. II. Cecil Bat-to- n Friday afternoon Miss dren, of Norfolk. Va.. arrived this Smith, on Maple avenue. Cay Sutton ere visitow in Lexing-toentertained informally at her morning, to spend several weeks with FOR RENT: Three nice large Tursday Dr. B. A. Dawes, Mi Amy Dawes, her parents, Mr. and Mm. R. E. apartment on Danville avenue with a first floor rooms, suitable for lightMm. Owun Moreland and sob, James bridge party in honor of her guest, house keeping. With front and back Misse Allee Sutton and Alwe Ray and et 0 Carnl A Brfaf Mfttl Buurbnn, of Bryantxville, were visi-to- n Miss Genie Adkinson, of Virginia. porch. Miss Fannie Bishop. guenU of Mr. and were week-enGoings by Ttioss W Aft Inimttsd In. .Miss Lucy Doty, of Winnboro, S. in Lancaster Monday. The rooms were beautifully deco.) Allan liankin. of Hubble. Mr C, who has been the guest of Misses rated in (lowers. Mrs. Burton Stapp Mrs. Raymond Haselden .Mrs. Joe Jane and Mary Doty, has returned My residence on FOR SALE: won the prixe offered for the best Mis. Madge Isaac and Mr. Role Mr George Palmer was visitor iaon Cook, of Danville, were guest Francis, Mm. Delia Hughes Acey and to Nicholaiville to continue her visit score, n lovely handkerchief, and Lexington street. Possession imMaster Lewis Harden were visitor with Mrs. Morgan Sparks., in Lexington Monday. of Mm. K. 1.. Owsley Sunday. there was a guest prize, a silver pen- mediately Reason for selling, leavin Stanford the past week. C. B.. Turner. Mr. and Mrs. Cronley Broadus are cil, for Miss Adkinson and the booby ing city. .Mr Kph Drown has been recent Mrs. J. li. Paxton, of Stanford, William went to Mm. T. J. Price. Luncheon Mr. Miss Bettie West and Mr. and Mrs. uxpe'ctmg their son, vinitor m Lcxingtpn. has been a recent visitor of her (iuy Davidson and sow, left Saturday O'Neal Broadu and Mrs. Broadus was served at the conclusion of the Notice: Bring me your corn, barley visiting brother, .Mr. George Robinson. Miss Stella Herron is for a motor trip to Tulsa, Okla., and baby, of Chicago, this week to enjoyable game, the guests being friends in Bryantsvllle. seated at small tables adorned with or any other feed you want crushed. make them a two week's vis;t. Mr.' and Mrs, Cha. A. Ramsey, of where they will visit relatives. Prompt service. Prices rnt. vines of garden (lowers. It was one v4sl- - Leslie, Mich., are visiting her parents, Mih Buner, of Louisville, Harry P. Edwards. Mis Georg.n Dunn left Wednesday Mrs. W. A. Furnau and son, Ken- - of the most delightful nlfair of the ting her sstcr, Mr. Ailolph Joseph. Mr. and Mm. A. J. Hammaek. Mnrccllus, Ky. pd.) for Hat Springs, Arkansas, to make ntdy, leave Sunday for Danville, season. Miss Butson's invited guests Kfcore they will Join Mr. Banks Hud-an- a were Misses Minnie Mae Robinson, Mm, Broaddus, of Crab Orchard Mr. W. Fox Logan and children, an address before the WANTED To toll or trade my and family for a motor trip to Kutie Barnes Dickenon, Mary Davis, home place, known as the Puttie Gill road ,is visiting her sister, .Mr. Dave of Wilkes Ilarre, I'enn., are guest Christian Endeavor Convention. Lake Chautauqua and other Eastern Christino Sanders, Carr.e Belle home on Lexington pike, containing of her mother, Mrs. W. B. Mason. llm. Ml Genie Adkinson, of Virginia, points. Romans, Mnrgaret Fuulconer, of four acres of land. Will trade for Mr. nil Mr. Randolph Harris, of Ilev. ami Mm. Price T. Smith and s the guest of Mis Cecil Batson. Hillsboro, Ohio, Helen Gullcy, MarMr. L. N. Wilson entertained in tha Ward Sweeney, Mesdames T. J. small farm in Garrntd county. Stanford ,are guests of Mrs. Kathcr-in- e daughters, have returned from a two She will also visit Miss Martha Ward CC-Thomas Chupple, a most delightful way Monday eveHarm. week' visit tn'ielutives in Somerset. S- coney, before returning home. Price. Burton Stapp and Stanley Her-roning, about thirty-fiv- e friends o For convenience of the farmer and Mr Thomas Croutcher, of Atlanta, Mrs. Cox and duughter. Miss Chris- meet her guests, Mls$ Andrey Wil.Mm. Kthah W. Gott and little trailer and our friends, we have for l the guest f his parents, Mr. and daughter, Maurine, of Richmond, are tine, ef St. l.ijuis, Mo., are spending son and Mr. Calvert Wilson, of their use in our office "Wanted Vanhus-Gastine- au Mr. Jame Creutcher. visiting Uer sister, Mrs. L. N. Miller. several weeks in Lancaster at Mm. Georgetown. and For Sale" boards. When you Maryi Logan's on Danville avenue. n Mr. Bryan Gustineau surprised his have stock to sell or want to buy .Mr. and Mm. Virgil Conn nd Mr. and Mm. W. S. Embry arc in Hazel Mr. W..F. Champ. M have returned from a visit to Mr. Embry is many friends last Saturday by get- we are often asked to send a buyer Mr. and Mm. Lucas Hotter and Loqisville this week. Champ, Miss Helen Gulley, Mr. and ting marred tu Miss Nell Vauhus, or to locate stock for a purchaser relatives in Richmond. Mr. Burton Stapp were in Lexington laughters, have returned home after under the care of a specialist there of Dallas. Texas. The impressive and sometime forget. You will find a pleasant visit with Mr. ami Mrs. and his improvement is very marked, Conn and tittle brother, Tuesday. Mr Claud ceremony wns said in Lexington be- these boards convenient and we wunt Allen Teater anil Mr. and Mm. El- which Is very gratifying to hi many George ami Embry, have returned fore a few friends. Mr. Gustineau you to use them. Lor-- 1 bert Teati'r. friends and acquaintances Mises Mary, Clementine ami from n visit to Wllmore. is in butinesi at Frankfort, and is The Garrard Bank & Trust Co. ettu Elsener and Mr. L. Thomidt Mm. Emma Higginbotham has Re- much liked in the business ami social Hon. Clay KautTman, Mr. and Mm. 1.) Miller, of Charleston, Wet Va are returned Mrs Tom Wherritt ha W. B. Burton attended tiiv picnic turned from u visit to relatives, near eirce of that town, und has many from n sit to her brother, Mr Sam here for a visit to their grand' July 4th.. given by Mr. and Mm. Paint Lick. The many friends of friends there. Their many friends Loans parents, Mr, and Mrs, N Miller Miller, in Knoxwlle, Tenn. Ilogan Ballard at their lovely colonial Mrs. Higginbotham are glad to know wish them a long and happy life. Made by Louisville Joint Stock-Lanshe has entirely recovered from a home at Brynntsville. Bank, organized and operating tons.l operation recently performed. under the provisions of the Federal Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Kuykundall, Miss Margaret Faulconer, who has . of Irvine, Ky., have been visiting Dinner Farm Loan toAct. In amountsOn from ' $35,000.00. $'500.00 his water, Mrs. A. .1. llammuck. been visiting relatives here, has gone Mrs. Annie Anderson was given a farm lands. Interest rate, II s niece, Miss Elizabeth Hammaek, for a visit in Lexington, before re turning to her home in HilIsboru,J surpriM birthday dinner at her home fi per cent. Terms 33 years. Payaccompanied them home. ments on amortization plun. Su comOhio. Master Roy Faulconer will. Sunday, June Jfitli. Those present are as follows: Mm. It, II. Itatson chaperoned the spend the summer with his uncle, Mr. mission to pay. Mr. ami Mm. Louis Anderson and following party to the dance given Billie Mason. For full Information address or two children Mr. and Mrs. Otto rail on Tomlinson & Hays, Atty's. in Fronkfort .Monday evening: Miss Mr. ami Mrs. J. E, Stormes, of Bowling. Mr and Mrs. A. T. Uowllnic. I 0- Cecil Batson, Miss Genie Adkinson, -- ad five chil'.ren. Paul Howling, Mr. Do not pretend a virtue you do Mr. Ed Walker and Mr. A. T. San- - Lancaster, were here yesterday to Harrodsburg to visit Mrs. and Mrs. R. P. and three not possess. Others see the faults dew. Smith at Beaumont College. Mr. children, Mr. ami Mr. Wi.l Marsh-bank- s you try to cover up. Mr. .iii.I Mrs. Allan Rankin enter-tu.nc- d and Mrs. John M. Nichols and Dr. and six children, Mr. ami Mw. Sun-dan few of their .friend and Mrs. Fuqua motored to jtncns- - Henry Conn and three ch.ldren, Mr. Ruling ut dinner. Those present were ter yesterday for the day. Danville Robert Wilson and baby, Mm. Hoi- Misses Alice Ray, Alice Sutton, Lin-m- Messenger. land Fletcher ami two children, Miss Fine Lemons, per dozen 30cts. Bleached Ada and Kiln Mae Rankin am. Elsie Fletcher, Mr. and New York. June I a The Board ' Mr. and Mw. Pat Sutton entertain- Highland. Mr. und Mrs. Mw. Homer Mr. John Brutton. Forest Cen of Health has announced u ruling Small Oranges, per dozen 15cts. ed at dinner Sunday, guests being, Mr. Mlos Maud and Miame Conn en- - Rev. J. F. Price and family, Mr, and ter and baby, Annieand Mrs. Chris! that after Aug. 31 no flour bleached Winkler, Mw. Anderson und with any chemical agent or product tertaineil lust Thuwtlay evening with Mrs. Tom Pieratt und baby, Mr, and One-fourth pound Iced Tea 20cts. four children. There were fifty pres. made from such flour shall be u picnic to "Uncle Tarn's Cabin" in Mm. K. B. Ray, daughter.Murgarct, ent nt this birthday dinner. Nice "brought Into, held, kept, sold or honor of their visitors, .Miss Virginia and son, Elmer and Mw. Permeltu dinner was served on the lawn and offered for sale," in this city unkws One-ha- lf pound Iced Tea 40cts. Conn, of V i lino re ami Miss Gladys Bogle. all had an enjoyable time. labeled "bleached,'" with the name of Haling, of Minnesota. We all wish Mw. Anderson many the chemical agent '.Mr. and Mw. Paris Muhan ami also on the label. One pound Iced Tea 75cts. Mr .and Mrs. W, B. Duewon and two children, of Williamsburg, have more happy birthday. xxx. MHIIntr and Grain News ,St. Louis. son, Will T., of Wellington, Kans., been visiting his father, Mr. W. M. Many of the large city's Board of WANTED Man with car to sell' arrived Monday at the home of her llahun and Mw. Muhan lis. thU city. best Cord Tires made. Health are making war on bleached sister, Mrs. R. L. Hiigun, motoring Mr. Mu ban is an old Garrard county $100.00 per week and chemical cured llour While it and expenses. through via Kiinias City, Tulsa, by, who hat made good In his new helps the appearence of the flour it Wolfe Tire Co., 5U3 Canal, Okla., Springfield, Mo., Oitark Moun- himi and now conducts one of the (lt-pdBenton Harbor, Mich. destroys the food values. We nro tains, Terra Haute, Vlnceiines, Ind., largest general stores in that thrivprotecting you by offering ou only also bringing with thcra their niece, ing mountain city. He hat many Influential citizens are people who jHire, unbleached, wheat flour. LANCASTER, KY. Tho Red Front '.Mrs. Homer Jennings, of Grcenfiuld, warn fdmds here wk sue always know what to do and do it when it ML Garrard Milling Co. glad I see Mw. lllinoii. ougj-- t to be done. What are you J (o.2!2.4t.) . and Fresh Meats, Groceries fr and DRY GOODS. MRS. ED. HUBBARD y grand-daughte- r, Gossid About PcOpleN n rt. d ((7-13-tf- All-Sou- 4t - n. ' chil-dre- i Farm d ' Surprise Birthday Hot Weather Specials I y , Affecting e, Flour fl low-pric- Sanders Variety Store .) The Central Record. Lancaster, Ky.. Thursday July 3, 922 1 1 t LAVENDER PIECE I & fltyY Same old process Same old flavor -- jjj By MILDRED WHITE Copinsht, llt, W.lrn appr Unlas. hr-n- Aunt I'rlsclllu spread the unlit on the bed nml she and her niece t iiImixo It. Same aging. Same old value Dame Health giving qualities Same "body" "I like the tasendi'r piece," milil I'rU'sle, (he joung. "My. wlnit n time grandmother mtint laise IhuI seising tho plet-of lull Uh ami calico together waited lime," lidded this member of a later genera-thin- . e Lots far Your Money Should Not Tempt You "I don'l klxiw HhiI It wnt want it I lime. ITNellln redlel. 'nio- - ewtng litft your graHdmother ovmIiiI and ctHHint. Neither nir I npireti ate the ipilll if we hMild. Why. It Is nil wsen .torle. Ihih dainty piece represent MUt laemMry. "Are there motttort of )olirs there, anlietl the girl. Nke and the xeet-faaunt were like rtMtpHin- - of the NtMie Me The oMer wokimm's eye grew wifll tvsai Vl4h Ntmerx. a e Hnser )u USE lHr Buelweiser Everywhere Crab Orchard Bottling Co. tOrhml the ls.tnler tiire "The day I wore tlmt drtes," she mU. "my true lose rt met we I " wore It ati the ik) we ld gd-l"Tell we the story," said the girt abruptly "There I Wet little to tell. lloater lleMl and ray heart lieu-- out to him. lie all my jimtliful ilreoas d-- ltit CALUMET The Economy BAKING POWDER Do That's What Millions of Housewives laid fuinltil-t- he IiIimI. reHllSNthm When Ills IIC INC, ST. LOUI3 , iNMCUSE.-DUSCM- . I eiM.il the tlre aii). The last night that he came I bad the dros on, I remember, and when be said. '(iMxenlght Violet.' I llHMight Unit Ms backward glance was sery tender, lie UUtributort wiis busing the next morning for New Orchard, Kentucky Crab York. When he came hutac again he altogether absorbed In work, wii while I laore and more oeeu. phd with ytAir Invalid grandmother. - ;r Criticism. R I a glad then that the making of Let It Co at That. ii v iv whUit and the ipillt aftonlel her Impplness." There Any fool can he a censor but one Hiut It hardly -i. so nuris "Mr. Held, the lawyer. Is not marhas to tie somebody to he censored. ' to talk hImkiI Jay hi ried." remarkeil I'rlssle Irrelevantly. .i:iiki-- r t mention Jay "Probably the stupid has SVlliket-- - .. A Likt on Shipboard. luted )m ...mi tie I'lKt lntclllKiiKer. all the time. Your Is n tame lose When one conteuiiuio Hut mi much drler Mory. Prls. Til say. anil enuhl nut ! energy l exerted to tin- - end of keepCameufUjel slbly liappen In the dnys of the mod Ing tin water out ol a ilni. it loom A prominent cltlaefi of an Ohio ern woman. She'd get after him and up us an astonishing fait Unit there, l of necessity u great deal of water town Is mi sensitive alHil Hrartng u want to know what wn the matter, within the Imll of the tesel. A mod-- ' f1 i he enrefiilly liowdef hi which would be better for both jmr-tie- s concerinil." I'rtvllla smiled. crti liner has enough water in her hull coat Ihk4 with nlt In give tin I m to make a The inodt-rwoiwin such as you lake. About prc"ln that he utTer from ilstnlrtilT. undoubtedly would." she replied. 1,7 Ht tons of water Is carried by n biff It w peseral days later that the passenger vessel. The drinking water But Only One Is Hippy, foi the ue of paocngers amounts to The HarrMmrg Patriot seems to lawyer, going home at evening, met with pretty picture. A girl In a lavKit), and there are about S.'W ton of doulit the trulli of a certain old say sea water being used for ballast. The ing, It remark 'Tlie mil) tun who ender dress was .engaged In picking garden six boilers contain 3C0 tons. The cim lire together u cheaply a- - una j roses In an odfnshloned tanks tire situated between the double are a ilea uiid u dug, IWton Tran I nrross the hedge. hulls of the vessel. "If you will iume Into the garden, script. Mr Held- .- cheerfully Invited this young eron. "I will give yon nii roes for your mother." A crnHoU" rhlld. thought the law. jer, and steppeit Inside. NEW FARM TRUCKS AND TRACTORS "1 will have to hurry." she ex. We offer the following new truck and tractor foreclosed on plained, "Iter tie Is iiimliig to take me All we want n to get money loaned on them. mortgage. for a ride." Easy terms can be arranced. Inspection invited. A profitable r "ItertleV iUestlolled Write us. opportunity for dealers. Held. neser inrel iiny-mlie mlinlrtil in) little tiitender ilre tlmt tlrv ettehontiil etenlng and nlwa)M after, beeause of lis edr. he !. And I fr of my Y fi$ IHlle.1 me Ay 'ir-t- t us. ji Violet. BEST BY TEST They know that Good Baking Powden can't be sold for less; that "More for the Money" means bake day failures, waste of time and money; that Calumet means economy. -- i , The World's Greatest Baking Powder BRYANTSVILLE L'lto.tt Happciiinvcs (Hy NEWS West Kiul . V From Garrnnr.'t .Mi Capitol good-size- j May me I.ee llallar.ll aw; were art w flags an I .Is- , le. The table were .anternt t anj a variety ;. tne per ttwer were the centrs, i ' ' I as n " ,re a- - g-- STARTLING PRICES ON llo-me- H. U'yli. xm4 Mm. CMnt HIU nml daughter, were IChrnlu Wyile. Mr. U'ylie Mr. Karl wm m thtwrttU in Dantlllc Friday. Mrs. Pauline Pierce, of Newelton, Wisinexalay. Is the guest of Mrs. Ollle iUnkin. Mr. Allan Stilwl hat rvtitrswW from the llwyle Caetarty HfNtal. Several from here have been Chautauijua at Iincaiter this Dnnville, where he was eterl dajrs treatment. sseek. Miss Helen Williams, of Uinennter, Mr. Oiler. Mr. ad Mr. wns the nuest of friends here Wh. II. I KHer. of NihUviIle. were tieidny. guest of Mr. ami Mrs. J. Hugan d Mr. V. II. lloner Is at home after for n few day tut week. a vacation of tw weeks spent n Mrs. Ilelle T(Mtili.n Mum NEW. NEVER BEEN USED FACTORY PRICES S 300.00 Ace Trucks 21 toncab, electric weather 1- -2 -2 Midwest Utilitors OUR PRICES 5 125.00 with all- lights, 52S00.00 starter and nneumatk tire 1 I ton Diamond Truck with 2400.00 cab 4SOO.0O -5 ton Indiana, with cab f. o. b. Louisville Prlssle nodded. "My sweetheart, as Aunt Prlscilla would call him. Itertle thinks lots of Aunt Prls. He thinks I look Ilk her." The niece glanced you? Of coure you Up sldewlse. know- S16S0.0O 1200.00 2SO0.0O I'rlwllla Iean." "I useil to know her tery well the lawyer answered gravely. He took the roes and went thought fully away, inut .Miss Io Several used trucks and tractors also to be sold very investigation. ELM GARAGE, Inc.. (Hankers Agents) LOL'ISVILLE, KY. 426 South 17th St. Address: Th Changs. "He was an awfully kind bout said the former stenographer, "so consider-ate- , mo thoughtful, ho manly and generous. And then. heaven forgive me, I married him!" flili-agwidivv ImJ In for di:n r and he presented her wlih a cheek for all. moii) due her. .She took It. luiuhlngly, Maying: "ltd l taxation without rep- A fa vitiating Clt'cr! her resentation," Aunt Msndy's Cod. In fleorgla they tell of the old black cook who was horrllled to discover that one of the younger negroes, a helper In the kitchen. Iiml been caught steullng. "Now," s.ild Aunt Mandy. ! never "I don't believe In stenlln' taken nothln Vcpt it's MtHteth'ng to eat, or someihtn' to wear, or twiiuohln' what I thinks de mlssu don't or sometliln' ill' boss U got t..-- Hind to miss'" Harper's M'lgi-i- m Btst way lo pay for HOME. Bt $1,000 TO LOAN on City Propertyonly. "What's the Idea?" asked Itertle over the hedge, "aiming to he an old man's darling?" "Jealous again." mocked I'rlssle merrily "llertle, he glad you live In the present age." Prlsi-lllI lean looked unusually atTwould Sstm So. tractive when uion the following SabNew York mnn wooed and won bla bath she emerged from the church bride by iniill. which s the most edifice with her young niece. Ml corrHxinierice kchool cnurso always becomingly attired, had known. situlri some added charm In the lavender froek of her niece's choice. Cruel Foolinj. Illllhely, Prlssle the yoiiug, nodded A Connecticut woman played an to a illstlngulshed genlletnan who ' April fwl trick on her husband by passed them, telling til in the as going to ue for go?" she ipies "How did the iIlsoHt. when she had no Intention of Honed chumlly. doing It Some women don't know the PriM-lllI eu n caught her breath In illfTerelire tietHevli II Juke and II ills Kinfuslon, but Homer Held as chumj apiMilntmelit. lly replied, "Mother thought the rosea were Queen Disliked Long Sermons. j great; she wants you to come and ser Victor to tint .Savoy elme, on the her. Though It's a good deal to ask .Strand, ure olteti asked to look at the yoiiih to companion old age." ' "old hour on the pulpit He fell Into step at their side. U Is not "old." for It was not plaeed there "Maybe Aunt Prls will go Instead.' until "I u ill In be marVictoria restored Mee the the girl silgge'letl. chsM. h u nut uii sii7; ried soon ami I'm busy." " for the wind run fur IS lulu Smiling, -- lie hurried on ahead lo bet Utes only. That period Ih said to have Itertle. leen choi"i h) Homer Held Uii nil Into I lie sweet iiiivn at n protixi ngnlust ii s sermon. fhrlstl ii, Silfin e near Ills own. encu Moti ,r be said slowly, "you nrt I, !! the very girl 1 mot and loved .My Violet that the busy I', g ago e.,r- fruai we Pr.s glnNcod over ber shoulder. ' I.erlle ' t remarkeil, "I'm golnt Invtsletri for SIRHIS HMS o bsve some one sew a plere of tbit t am wearing into a ipillt." dn "Nutty"' answered llertle tenderly a -i a cheap. Worth awklag a most atir A bant i evn o'clock nVsueMw picnic lunch. fried chicken, country ham. h4n.t, drssisd eggs. pirkle wtehe. piH aiU MMnge ice served, which wo greatly enj.n. the After lunch, there w attractive dtowlsy of Are w fulwluml by miiMC The even.r.g thoroughly enjoyeil hy each one ir ent The were invited a' ' a'rhsck and numhereil about to and number f rhens being from Lan, Cincinnati . Margaret HobiniiMi. ate of and Lexingt. Lexing- relatives in Lexington. Mist lUkin-so- ter, Nicht4arllle Mr. Melvin - Harris, of Major Jacob Phillips, uf (V.ifom . ton, visitvil Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Cun. will alia visit in Versailles beami Miss Duty, of Winnsboro, S i ningham Monday. fore returning. are suiting relatives in h I who Miss Zlllah Ditwes has ben the .Mr. and Mrs. Allie Bourne, of tucky, were among those whi KUrst of Mrs. J. I. Ilutler. nt Dan, Paint Lick, were the guests Sunday for tie very tle'.ightfu. atTj ville, fur several days. of Mrs. Khoda Wylie and daughter. Itef. II. A. Dawes, Miss Amy Miss Kthel Wylle, who continues to Dawes and Mrs. O. M. Morelanil were remain quite ill. I!t-in Ijinraster Monday. M. A. Hart is con. luttmg n Mr. anil Mrs, Calvin Hulette and, series of services at Pleasant (irove loJiXftiion, Sick MrsJscbr, flilloui-orn- . children, were Sunday guests of reht-th- e church. He I a Most interesting and niolio. Sour Stooisch, Cst on the Slomsch, lis. I Ilrrslh nc othrr ens attractive speaker and has been le at Point I.eavell. dilions tsuicj by closed or irrrfulsr Mrs. ilelle Pcrkin. of Stanfonl.l 1'venng iwiii- excellent sermons Ixiaclt, take The HryanUville ball team played has been the guest of Mr. VA Per-- ' J Little Hickman Sunday afternoon on kins and Mrs. Perkins. ftLSY antARTlC TABLET) Ilrjantsville '' Miss Lucy Trumbo ,of Lancaster.1 '" ""H A wholesome sad IBorou(hly clctaiioj Mr. 'lefeated Little I lick am a by a tofe is visiting her p'jMic tnilj sad fcatlc la sclioa ' 5 Hatterlea for llryanuand Mrs. Jake Trumbe. Sa'",r n'"' Alexander Hih U..4.II.. G "I Ui r.l.f Uev. A. P. Jones, of Wilmore, was'v',l, ww Caitaiiw Ibl, (i, m, 4.Kk l.l c- SU uplla Ikl was host at a ilettt( IlisJ weeki-m- l guest of Mrs. W. J. Hogan ' Alr- a lightful six o'clock dinner Tuesday McROBERTS um! Mr. K. H. Hallard. DRUG STORE ' guests were Kev. M. A. Hart, of sold n nice Her .Mr. M. O. hetiniHly ' Danville, Uev. am! Mrs. K. II. Ilour-laml- , Vssts. walking mare to Mr. John J. Hogan, The rsses which we tmw use fr Mr. anil Mrs. W. U. Il.ulm and Springfield, for of Mrs. Ap I'rice, of Lancaster, and Itev (lowers are a survival of the anclHi rnthMss, scsnse. ud a-- s fr gU Hal-lar- get gU n For Constipation Kraml-parent- 'r. - O, Mrs. Husnel! I'. llrosvn came hme( V. P. Holder. Monday, after spending several days One of the most delightful event with relative at Stanford. uf the summer was the "Uiwn Pete" Misses Margaret Scott and Chn- - t'lt-.tI II lit- Mr fin.l M ii.. tine Swope of Lancaster, have been,luri .. t nUMft(VV - Crest. Tuenlav afternoon . , - gla" j I h,I m.. ii... r. . , Uev. am! Mrs. W. D. Welbum. of aimiml . n.tom r.f en v , Mr Iii Millersburt.', were here Wednesday, lard to entertain on "In Kpcnlcn the guests of Mrs. K. I!. Ilaliard u.l I ' days of Creclan ctMitltlallty, when wealthier had wine cups of e cry conceivable sUe and form, Tti-- ' original name of these cups wus "vae." and designers tie,) with on' another to produce Intricate designs. With the pusslllg of the greut feas'4. re used for ortMllielltsI (.lfo . Hi-lo "hour-glass,- f. - i'rlca," t.k Mrs. K. J. Urown, of Sunfonl, apent several ilay.s last week with her son, Mr. Huiell P. Ilrovsn ami family. Mrs. W. H. Wylle, of Madnon. returned home Friday after spending; several days with Mrs. Ithoda Wyhe. The ninny friends of Mr. (I. (. Hon- - will regret tu hear that he has not been o well for the last week. SAVE MONEY WHEN YOUNG om-fortabl- e ENJOY IT IN AFTEK LIFE Young men w.ia would ent.-- the dcl ne of life In circumstance should Uvg n to save now. The approved modern wetHjl of savin is a saving :tc count In the home bank This bank mvites j JUng men and yDuna women to Jam Its family of savings depositors One dollar opens a sav.n.M account, and any sum maybe deposited thereafter Mr. J W. Hiturne und Miss Molly Kilwurds, of Versailles, are visiting their brother, Mr. J. II. Edwards and fuinily. Misses Sat. Francis Seller and Alice Wolfe, of Kicholasville, are the attractive guests uf Miss Margaret Dean. Quite a largo crowd attended the "All Day Meeting" t Pleainnt drove Sunday. A delightful lunch was ierv,cd. Mr. and Mrs. M .0. Kennedy, Mrs. Ask the man who has payed for his .home through the Building and Loan 'Association Lancaster Building & Loan Ass'n I J. E. RVjm, Preiiitit. Miss Sue SktkSy Masoo, Stcly-Trea- Not So Bad, After All. "Ho you ever want to leave tht farm?" "Yes." sjiil Sir. t'ohhles, "Now and then I gel to feeling Hint way, ami when I do I run down in ih' city foi a few days. After I've been elbowed stepped on, bawled at hy Iralllo (sillce MiiHi, Insulted by head wallers am held up by bellhop I set out for III home place lu a prelty cheerful frsnn wf tulud." THE NATIONAL BANK S. C. DENNY, OF LANCASTER. C.thler. CipfJol $50,000. Surplus $50,000. Honor Roll Sank Tne Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday. July 13, 1922 Green Ciny Walker Law And Real Estate Money List HUENA VISTA Mr Anglun list. Sochri-flu I on the ilck 9n y to loan your farm tor tale pr!v,)wt Mr, J,. ately or at auction. Office over J. W. Smith's Store. Monday. I on farms.; Mr, iW, ,I(,fky h wa-- s HrUMnr in Lantastor In Mr M. S. I !af Vital Wiaasa week i wh Lexington In Mr HATFIELD DENTIST ,at 1 llryee Seeareat i Ilurgln IrrJ Or. Printus Call. w.i. Airh Mint i Mahli pine crm raHilly md n MukaV was In l.annt Office, over TL e ner.we in rain t Pkoaee Offica S. aire Mbllc It I" prwvinr jn'i' ' LANCASTER. Mr T M. S(Ml w KENTUCKY. la Lewlngtan r. i s)h the t'ttlted Stnten n huMfiea- - lat week, Afrle-jiinr- e III l"Hrmr' ItBll.iii' Mr. ICoMoe itamlton km ia Mnli I'lne. primrvl by WW ur 11, .Mnttotni. fnret esniHlaer. and ni w Saturday eveahsr. rindy for dltrilutln. Weii ii k d UPTOMI'TUIMT Mr and Mn. T. P. Wtea have tHtii t.f )uns growth, after nun t limited returned frata Owea eaunty. if Mr. and Mrs. J. It. Abler and llbeml iliilnilHirix for the hihI Mms .Mamie Abbott dtirliii: t:.' tlh guwsf mlher, hate mated "S. S, S. Is frr ia t nt Mcltoberts Drug Store." to Lancaster. tuxi'K if eriiwth, .ng defects prtiHtx of l i .tIh of Ma Anna thi week. They are very much mlsMnl in Huena to li! T tent r,H1H.MIMl Inten-ii- t "11 by Mr l'aul Wile, a has returned Vl.ta. fating h nil liMi tni nt id $. Mn aere Yet, Yes; Qo Onl home after a ! n I vrsit in Owen Cleaning Hint. A larse iiiiHtltr nf imneri In t'.e pr.rcr glasses Mr. William Sratt ami Mrso Uto The art of the Invlslhllist la an M'heti yo'i're iltHiiliig house sprinkle i 'Mlnty Soutli nre iN rlviiif cxhI prnflta fr m K. ami Rachel Scatt and Sunbeam DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. inHral-mtla- l umI art. the clothe, cbwets with n little water low .rlciil liunlk I v U'lliK tlietn fur nltrHitlineiisii Mr Lama Wiama and Mor, Ml Ruble were t4sltr in Ntcmslasvillr not ! n unite sense nrgHn Oppoiitn Gilcher Hotel. In whltti ti.liff o bus liH'ti steeped and n' tlie prMiiri'ti i.f timber nm! I.iiIh, weie vssHiag ia Cincinnati lait week. but to the residue of dllTen titlHteil then spritikle with u tittle spirits of 8 to !2 and 1 la S p.m. Oflio Hour Sunday sensitivity thai is to my. their nrr Is' camphor The liuter destroys the MImm Lucille Morfard and Sunny ,. sjlmi stl rt1. olor of Hie former and together they Mi Sunbeam Ruble, af Clacin-nat- i. Ruble will leave Saturday for . . vori Times will prevent Mttiiovuiice by moths. ia the gawet of her nUBt, Mr. Nina, where they wil Flrit Duty of the Peet. ( O Ituble t (,. n leaching- I'lH't tli. not Mcxart Memorized Music alone.) rite for Mm llnmiktaa, af Laaater, spent I Mis' Katheiine and Mnrri"r Only once o far n I known, haVe but for iiihi. tberofwre, we; FUNERAL DIRECTOR Sunday wita Mr. aaal .Mrs. Joe llamlW !lud,a, of Tennefnc, will arrive are advocates for tlutt MdmlrNtlon the secret of the mulc uet In St. n which nlitts tijxtn lsmriie. and' I't'tor' hi Ilttwe, been violated. tte week tn xpead the summer wi''i Ottlff Over National Hank. I reputed to have memnrlred one that pleasure which rl- - trim Mm It I) McJdartry aad urns, Mr. aad Mrs. S. F. Wit, on. He lidence I'hone 3, Olllfr I'lione 27 Ing what we do not while hearing It sung, the of the .Mm Mrs. Jame" Mundny nml daughter, Onn and Deb, war la ttwi .SaturIMiet mut d frtmi Ills sHMitl f'oples of the mnle are, as a matter fLANl'ASTKIt. KY. day .Martha and Mr. ami Mrs. William height : anil, in ortler to excite of fart. w cnrefittly guanletl that memMr Tom Joaning. af K. K. S. N. Muaday, of Mfexxui, will arrive ,r svtilpiitliv he ntiist exifes hltn-- bers of Hie Yntlrnn rholr elilom hanIf as. otl.t mea t'XprtsH thenielve. dle them If nt all at other times College with M lluenn V,tn, Saturday by mtor H eat Use week-wax- l - Mori's i, r'' tlnpi' dur'ng practlre pend teveral days with Mrs. Mun mother nnali Mih Myrtle Carrard Rank. Reildeaco 376. 'er last week. U'r.f.f.4 Sr lh M Mr S.lna WiImm seat Sunday DR. .1. J. BYRNE aJHk Hie-mo- nd Mr. and Mr. Hoy Williams and liter, MIm Jennie, were visitors In Lexington July 4th. MK Nannie IJclIe Scott spent the week-enwith Mr. and .Mrs. Howard Lane, of Hickman, Ky. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Ruble nad on, Chentiult, were here n few minate the other day tm business. Ms Sunbeam liable w the guest of Mrs. J. 11. Ituble and sen, at Danville last week. Memr. Hugh King nnd Raymond liable nnd Mis Sunny Ruble motored aver from Danville July Ith. Mtoes Lucille Merford nn Sunbeam Ituble attended the teacher's meeting tost Monday evening. Mlwes Anna Wilson, Mamie nail Sunbeam Ituble were dinner gueats of Mrs. C. 0. Ruble Thurs-dad Ilay-monAh-bo- tt y. SLASH PINE YIELDS GASH WHILE GROWING Profit of 6 io 12 Per Cent Interest Hns Been Made Rheumatism a at 60 rnt-Iclnal S. S. S. Thornug hly RUa tha Body af Rheumatlim Impuritlas. mother Iv miffrrlng lo r.lrhtt Thn routro of rhumtl,m r wrrket her lxty, llmplnc and rulferlnr. tent fnrwaril. rho trti but the rtimmon grouml, but hrr arnl l.eart (till lelonfi to the starat Ixwi bnyhody rare? R8.H. Is ono of th known, rmtr.t f ielr I'Ull.l more blooil cell, lisami It arn pureljr vrseta InsrfOlrnta I le. It never iHiarranxea thn stomach. It Is. In fart, n M'ImhII.I tonic, a t.loo.1 maker, n Mool rnriehrr. It hanUhM rheumntlam from Vlnt, mutclrs ami Uio enKrn txly. ft huiliW firm ftnh. It It what someUsljra mother crla tonlKhtl Mother, If you ran not ro nut to get n bottle of 8. B.H. youraelr. nurely mmrtiody In your famlljr will. Homelicxly, ret n tottlo of H. H. H. now I heeln let Home hod xn tnnlher MaylA lo fMl mayba rful araln tonlghL new yen will feel, nether, fr, your motheri H.B.H. la sokl at ",m ' " tl 'Iniir atons, In two sliea. Tho J r do 6. p.V." II. It wui balld yea ap,loot brctr tlzo Is tho mcro economical. Trtts Grow Rapidly and (.umbsr Market Is Fait Taking Material of Smaller Sue and Pocrcr Orsdei Bulletin Free. l'Mll .t tartM-nun- HBrorrc' aflHKtf UVt itSe nl ,i,,. WiI-wm- , J. A. Beazlev ad i s tHli, Mn-ra- iimb-rstMii- s - VETERINARIAN. Anrd Ni.ht Mr. Robert KW. of dnys suter and brother, Mr. Jue are with their antlher, Humiltan and L. II. Ituble. Mr. lletHe ItuMe. Promptly Day or Health Hint for Ssnagtnjrlina. Mr Delia Daueherty and Mr. Turn SpanUh rroTrrl Who itealii an old I t.nn- - 317 . nf Lexington, setent the mnn' upper dnen him mi wrenc t y in llaena Vita. M MICKV ltton TrnnTiji Mr. Hnd Walker l.anratr, 3 Chrte-tofdier- The Best Pay Best Turpentine Operation, in a Thirteen Yeir.Old Stand of Slash Pine. xtluilrd. tlie raligr iill tlie lender crH- iiihI lifiitm ulilcb are imre nutritb-Utliun Hie tmnl) like wire and tinoni.elce truiiM-- ni. l tlie HiMllilMe of tlie protective M ! coer Miluulnte tree growth to u marked degntIf tlie timber III the forekt jmOire too ilriiM'. the on tier hai nn reiiieily by tirxt working Ho larger tree for turpentine and then euttlng them for luuiU-r- , tlef, pulpuiMxl, or tlreuiN.J. 0Mii ftatidx of rlali pine. ltli 7." to I.VI tre- - an acre iiieiicurlng up to ten Indie on the MMtnp, Inducv n rapid growth of the Imlltliluul tree and admit n gixd growth of grit, in nurli HhihIk more tur'iitltie to the tnv In secured than In oniK. and the grnxltig of He Ktoek nin ln rnrrlid on sue-e- e fully. Sc'otMl i.Ti'tli iilah pine stands, twenty to forty jertr old, freiU4'iitly eolitHlll from o to l(s tre'H to the htv. At W rent" a cup. les than the prlie rwelMil In Hiifi for right), on the I'lorlda national foret. Mich Maud would be worth and with fur turpentine I'.M to f Hue Munioce at J.' a thoiiMind the titnber would be worth $i" to SV, or an average money return of from JIM Observation to $2 an acre yearly and evi'erlinre In Mien older sectlom of the eirtltitry UK New liglnml Itidl- eaie umt gooi iiiianrini reium limy he ihrtMil III relatively short perhnN l growth foreftn If from uwler a proper sjkteni of protection tun mining and cutting, the out. bulletin li ine grown rapidly IIkshm' and the lumber market Is fast taking material of siunller xlte and poorfr grHilen, the day l iippront'hltig when hhm Rtuiiipage priies ati be olitailieil timber for young and second-growtCopies, of the bulletin ma) N had free Uon application lo the I'nlteil States lN'p4irtmetit nf Agriculture, Washington. I. C. nf The Reason Why They SPa-- s liid Mk. k If fire mure i 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. - s .agSr.a,i.j,-.s--- . Are Best THEY WERE BRED IN OLD KENTUCKY lit. Let us tell yeu whnt we have now READY FOR SALE. Crown Gasoline, Polarine and other Dixie BROS. & J. Stock SANDERS LANCASTER, Shaketpearcsn Philosophy. aiigmy, the.-- I a special prnvldetiie n 'le full of a spurrow. ii not to come; If It If It be ho M'e defy e M. AMON. PROP. Farms. KY. turpt-n-tin- be not to tome, it will be now; if it be out l.i " vi i ,t will come; the rcudl-ie- s ' e' Have an Idea. "M'nnted, an experienced tie; s'jner to design latest designs fur ear-e- t A trlllo for carpet factory." vague, but vve think we understand what' wanted. Hostoti 'I'mnsirlpt. Adv. hnn-rtbt- lit-- Distinction Few Would Covet. Pride and Vanity. Tlie distinction of being the only light prldo uoiuun lo be iiiurrietl in u Mazing would much ruthcr II prble ha tbali vault v. biHun church probably beloug to a ment stund np way of lialilina. Voti kmivv bride In Hiiglaiid. M'heti the bridu where it I. It throw It black shadarrlvtil at the churtli Ihey found ow i ;.ou uml j o.i ore not ut ,i bts the bulMIng ubliizo and a Mimll army I tut when to strike vanity I that of tlreuieii deluging he llailles with t delusive, that Insectivorous, that Nothing daunted, the proiec-tlv- e v,aier anil uieii tlmt tight hrble ilitluretl thai, lire or no lire, n- - like men thMt tl.ht wlitgea VHIiitv li i be wtiiiiil ut, leave the church unami 1'iittertlles. It I easier lo chase wed ,i.d tn the iiicomp.il.. incut of Hythen. Mun lo hit them. Henry M"urd ing sp,.ik and cloud of smoke the lteet 'it r marriage ceiemoiiy wiih performed. I i mill-tltll- veptire. h CONDENSED STATEMENT OF GETTING STAND OF ALFALFA The Garrard Bank & Trust Go LANCASTER, KENTUCKY Iowa Farmers Secure Dest Fields by Seeding During August and Without Nurse Crop. CKOWN GASOLINE AND I'OLAKINE DEALERS STANFORD AND LANCASTER, KY. Ky. Conn & I'onn, Hailey (iarage, Stanford. Ky. Watk.r.s Motor Co., Staafard, Ky. Alison Conley, Stanford, Ky. Wright k Noe, Sturiford, Ky. J. II. Ijiwrence, Stanford, Ky. g j f JUNE 30th, 1922. Resource Loans nnd Discounts Due from Hanks Cash I'.S. Homls Hanklnir House $316,991.29 1M.000.OS Ijuater, Ky. Manse, Ky. Little & Kami-eT. It. Kuhlmnn, Lowell, Ky. O. N. HutlUdd, llettis, Ky. IE, Foley, Hockley, Crab Orchurd Spring Hotel chard, Ky. Co., UraJbj Or- W. C. Cummins, I'rmclivrsvlMu, Ky. SMnford Service Station, Stanford, Ky. Service (iarnge, Crab Orchard, Ky. M. Sanders & Son, MurUbury, Ky. J. W. (1. Murphy, Hubble, Ky. K. C Howling, Huena Vlita, Ky. A. K. Albright, llrodhead, Ky. Wm, Simpon, Teatersville, Ky. CROWN GASOLINE DEALERS I'utrick & Son, l'nlnt Lick, Ky. llaicldeii llro., Uncnuter, Ky. ( Anderon llros., Stanford, Ky, J. S. Skinner, Mnrccllus, Ky. Crab Orchard Motor Co., Crab Orchard, Kj. Hecker & Hallard, llryantsville, Ky. T. K. Taylor, Crab Orchard, Ky. llryontsvtlle, Ky. Noah Marsee, Jr., Lenvell, Ky. Gas llro. Garage, llrodhead, Ky. J. K. Andenon, I'olnt POLARINE DEALERS Scott Hros., Hyattsville, Ky. Asknu & Moberly, McCreary, Ky. Itterienr of many Iowu farmers ami of the low.i agricultural experiment station U thnt Ilia surest method of getting u stand of alfalfa Is to seed during August without u nurse crop on land which hint been plowed In early summer nnd cultivated at Intcrvuls to kill weed und conto this serve moisture. Objection oethod nn that the land linen not yield returns during the season preceding seeding, that It rciiiirc labor, and that crahopcrs fnypicntly damage tho alfalfa con' sldernbly on small acreage, However, general experience In Iowa Justltles suirgested as It the method the best tlelds of alfalfa. fci ten-da- y ll.T'il.l l 1,800.00 8,000.00 l.'JtiS.UO Over Drafts TOTAL E $!!GG,S11.S0 M l Liabilities Capital Stock Surplus and Undivided Profit Deposits Due to Hanks TOTAL $ nbe .'.0,000.00 p g h W 20.lti7.09 29ti,28t5.20 ;J58.M $!J6G,S 11.80 DE- - ADVANTAGES OF CULTIVATION It Helps to Keep Weeds Down and Conserves Molsturt Necessary for Vegetables. Keep the hand cultivator going In preserve a dutt mulch and to- - kill weed. Either pull or hoe iw weed out of the vegetable rows. The best time to kill weed la when they have JUM pushed through the top of the ground. Frequent shallow cultivation will do this as well ai conserve 4 PER CENT ON TIME AND SAVINGS POSITS. Stick to the Standard We sell travelers Cheques, which arc Kood in i the United States and all foreign countries. fc L J& Wagons Light and run T"ne Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday. July 13. 1922 LOUISE'S CAR There will be preaching at eleven next Sunday by the pastor l Union services will be held in tit i By ELIZABETH M'NAUGHT I We are expecting a full at tent I tendance of the member at both services. It Is Juit as cool at church Ttie street were treArtiermsty U) at at home. Men leave your coat.i otf and feel free. He that i faith unil the heel mi the intent lend r pinups of .Sunday titul everj ru' unto death wm receive a crown day nhiies) Umlse's high. were (Ilngerl), sinof l.fe along, momentarily o clock mrMtmrfi"m m ut Mil Methodist Church Notes tW 11 , . 1 Hey "feSSlf easy. SI ................... - pausing ul Junrtloii of three automotHtt Int fested streets to mi 0i,nr!u:iH' to gain the ntfi-- r side. (Hilling headllsht uere to the right Do it today, You will never see of her, more to the left unil coutitlesi tomorrow. mure liehllnl nmt tteyAtid. All men know n few things. Some IJfe hnil a ntruggtr for It still was, yet she realised that her know 1cm. present mole of living In n single fur- No, the lid is not olf in Mexico, llMieil room, Ultll hoilvhceplllg There ain't no lid. leges, was rcnlly an upward step. She what Tell your troubles to the unwel- wus nt least happy, Inure ronhl one desire? come guest. He will soon depart. Tor the hue of IVte, lisik out !" Every head it tilled with something routed n bourse voice, almost In her or other a few of them with brains. ear. Nimethlng terrible hint hnlioeried In something nlnl I.oulse knew "Ik" was The best way to hook a hufband the Something. The girl' lullnl wits is to make him think jou don't want quite clear. She knew she was lying In him. the mini. linioiimilitily, like u stray ) When you want a new wagon come in and see eat, nmt her fur nmt was likely ruined, June blrdes are wiser, nt any rate. and then It to tier that the kind the ones we have. They are strongly made and They are beginning to count the pen. est, sweetest iiiiue she had ever heard I voice I nie. wm consoling her nnd two very willing won't tire your horses. Have pity on your faithful Silk stockings are like pocketbuoks. linns were mnklng frantic efforts to ' animals. her lieflirred, perhnps ill , when well retrieve j They are most attractive memhered, amitouiy friHii the mud. I tilled. 15 DAY SALE ON WAGONS AT LESS THAN Iimr little irlrl. he was saving, "It , The Po'ly of Woddlng Btsuty. Rirs Kaampla of Courttsy. i Some people find little dilTiculty in wits all my fault," ami then most COST. If must be dreadful to he the husWhen a ier jouuf girl, in order lier iilone, yon; I'll take rare t keeping their promises. They don't band of a notoriously heautlful wom- to resell iuj plars of empl'ijrment eHCh of her." make'em. u f whose waking lay. I had to walk quite distance He plared her anions; the tehet an, , Our Hardware Wears I Sonte people get something for eiistilonx In the large tontieau of his ilnjs U detotesl to keeping Iter far after leading the (res-- t car t)ns nothing and in th eend pay more than innsnltlmit rnr Hint a tiioiiiriit Uler up to the mark. How humiliating to nniniliig It was raliilnit htsnttljr and I I "the hu- - had no umbrella As I allgtite from the gtrl knew she Mas being rushed to hear one'a elf referred to it is worth. j the hospital. She nist a eritlral e)e band of that beautiful Mrs. Hash, my the ear a young man stepett up to rn dear Such an ordinary looking nun, i nn.l qnlelly walkeit along by my shte, The fellow who know it all has' over the Interior of the car. A , one thing yet to learn what others to he sure, she thought, ami Just too!" A few short enrs of such, hit-- shlrldliig tu from the ram with M 1st experience would he erjourh to umbrella, (waster) hy jih! did not think of him. her luck, too. Her ejes glaneei) or lo sld oolh-wifthe pniud henil, yet he was not make nny man wish thai Instead of a know what to s Don't worry over the monotony of too protiil to drive his own 'car he had arqtllretl u hit of old inc. When we arr'Tel a my CUNNS CHUtL per pound. china tnol sau'e), which j nation. I tried to ihank h.m and be this life. You will find'plenty of ex. Her rhartnlng Sir (iallshad did nu Is Just as gmsl lo look at. wears bet- - gnnelr an I went n his way. Mr. and Mm. Hughey Moberley citement below. desert her as abruptly as she had Mis Annie May is visiting rela- r, costs less. I .niiil. n Mall. Kirhariie. and daughter, were weekend guests In fart, tie returned to the ti anil , riMj ,f husbani, tves in Madison. IWt of Mr.' and Mrs. Harvey never admits his fault. He can hospltHl day after day to Inquire about Mr. I'rintui Walker and daughters the fnirtureil ankle. He win the quiet, Misses Bernlce and Bessie Teater only see yours, are guests of Mr .and Mrs. W. B. courteous gentleman. wens guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. H.J uHay. are beautiful and sweet. They tell me jou may go home w. b. week- W. 0. RlCNEY lie announces! by way of Mrs. John Land and sons, were Chandler, of Lancaster, last j but they are discounted by the nutri- crvetlng one uinmltic. "and, honestly, ,)f ,ht' guests of Mrs. E. II. Chandler SatMrs. Lige Hurt and Miss Allene'0" I'm Borry, urday. were iruests of Mrs. Sale Hurt The secret is out as to whv bltlnir So'm I," replleil UuiUe. nn. I an ei- Mr. Geo. Hall sold a nice bunch and daughters Saturday night and dogs never attack some people. They! iresston of extreme mitlieM oversbsd. I don't like lowed the thin, piiUJlit face, "very, tough meat. of hogs to Mr. V. A. Lear at ten cents Sunday. ....... ,crJr M T,.. L. "Sorr) "! WliyT be nskesl In sur- town would put up a mighty howl if prise. compelled to go elsewhere. .. " she hesitated. "Oh. Just Residence Phone 33 Office Phone 18. Many a man has fought his way, t and he, untiring a very small tear the top of the ladder only to. hay qulverlnc on the black ejelash, made a .' THIS CAMP CROUNO IS LOCATED AT WILMORE. Kt. hasty departure, Mnging bark buoy. the blamed thing collapse. nntly, "Well, so lung. Til see that you DATE JULY This is the season when the straw get home safely and comfortably." That would h the end, thought berry shortcake tastes good when PREACHERS: Bishop U. V. W. Darlington. C. M. Dunaway Louise. it is where we can taste it. and H. C. Morrison. When the girl faced the large maSINGERS: Rev. G. S. Pollock nd wife. When you don't know which way chine the following day It seemed eren Nowadays. Can tit No Compromise and a great company of the Lord's . Many preachers to turn, turn anyway. Standing still more formidable than her Imagination One philosopher says "Look oft" It Is ii troi'iii, hut one often pracpeople are arranging to be present. or her memory of It nmcelved. never gets you anywhere tically furgotten that there Is no ins- Aatslher sars. "Watch stsl" Very few wonts were sHiken during til um between truth and falsrhosKl. Write at once for cottage or tent. Preacher will be 8sM you've golla be an acrobat to The man who has juit been jilted the trip, mainly of the fait Archhlshoi Whateles Bake good the itsvs entertained free. has at least one great consolation- that lie was without n chauffeur and For information, writi to Or. C. - Thompson, Secretary, the other fellow will have to foot the so was once again forced to drive the A Wslkovsr. tsoisas First sUanjr Tourists. , Wilmore, Kentucky. cur. Ijiul.e was glait that he at least Among the many amusing stories bills. Itareilng pleasure cams Into was not a parasite. In no time at all which Mr. Ktisjriie Orrl has at bis In the psvirvful jrssirs of The path of honor is strewn with he wag helping her up the gray stonu command Is one concerning a prist ssH empire, ssys the dctentlne Aojsr-leamany stones, but to the righteous step that led to her front door. dght which occurred In America. Ona Hlstutic places sod nstarsl Twenty-nin- e they are less than the pebbles upon Suddenly, almost Impulsively, he of the contestants had heen Instructed curiosities were sought out and faStates are now co- Department of Agrculture. askeil, "Say, would you go to the mor. by his father to cable ll.e result as mous groves and grottoes vlsllvd, The operating wth the United States the beach, Tiie broadnoed grain weevil, which soon us the fight was over, The son Unmans seenietl to have preferred leu with me some night t" of Agriculture in estimatThey tell u that all men are born "(So to the inoilesj" In auiaieinent, duly sent off the following message; thiMie gentler aspects of nature, and is prevalent in Florida and occasion ing crop and live stock. . rill J III e rounds." had little jcpreclatloii of towering ally found in Georgia and South Car equal, but we don't know it at the "Oh, of course. If jou ihm't rare for "Won easll) Taller (litidon.) heights and pluiulng r.my.uu for sym!na, cannot attack whole gran or time and we won't admit what we the movies I'll get ticket Each harvest season approximately phony, or anywhere jou say. I per200,000.000 pounds of binder twine seed of a medium degree of hardness, don't knows sonally like the movies, hut It's more according to the United 'States De He patient wTth the poor boob who is used in binding the small-graior lea hnl.lt. Having little time to parttnent or Agriculture. The rice trie to convince you that you are a spare, I run In crop of the United State. when things get tiMi weevil, however, with which it is chump. He doesn't know that his dull." When the blatiched kernels of pea- commonly associated, begins the at house is of glass. "When things get too ilullr" she re nuts from which the shell have been tack, making it n simple matter for Then, eagerly, "I'leuse, Just When a poor devil is battered to peated. removed are used n making oil, the the weaker insect to reach the softer do jou do?" it is only a brutal murder, but what press cake can b ground into meal parts of the grain. Cracked, damag death "I'm a tasl drher." when the victim is a person of power and used with wheat, corn, and simi- ed, or soft seed "Well, I'll he Jiggered I" III quickly nfested and importance it becomes an assas the girl's ml eipresslou changed lo lar starchy llour to make very palat- oy the broad-noseseed is quickly sination. nqNise anil she was ery sweet mill able and nutritious cakes, gems, and infested by the broad-nosegrain hot breads, say Impatience leads to nagging. Nag aplieallug In her iisliiral unod of United State weevil. laughing ninl crying ging leads to trouble. Trouble leads one hronth. "And I and talking nit In how-dow- n ! thought you uerv to the courts. The courts grant di rirn nn.l eiiiicuieil ami on, eier so . vorces. Divorce are entirely too wealthy ninl us far above uie as the You've probably teen this common. moon, mi. I now, Isn't ihnt a hummer?' Don't nag. Purina SBsOBsHBIt L&tfri she demanded, imlntlur to the cur. COME TO Guarantee time after time. IN THE DISTRICT COURT 'lluiiuniT nothing! Itut that's my Surely by this time you muii W&; OF THE UNITED STATES, cur andI It's as maul as liny old hum-hutil ' feel that the Purina Mills ini. il.iilh made It myself. could ntier mske this FOR THE EASTERN DIS It (musts purls from ewry setniiildi.tlld i 4ssW i f money .back guarantee unlttt vXwpaRr'asssM TRICT OF KENTUCKY, IN shop In the city. I can't very well I'utlns Chows do exactly as lh nsiiie It unless, pvrliups, I might rail It and BANKRUPTCY. ' Cracks At Creation. trinil lie aw-il- in irl. FANS CALL 1 mill--wel- l, s: Bastin bros. l, sli-n- "l-e- three-quarte- rs WALKER BROS. hum-titer- to-u- rd e -- dickerson Pud-Hu- W. 0. RIGNEV & CO. 1 I- i.nJ J Funeral Oirectbrt and Embalmers Lancaster, Central Holiness Camp Meeting 20th hes-au- ti 30th - Kentucky. jw I- fr n 1 d 11 d fe Tim for a IX)ubIe-l)evelopmcnt rLsMMft&MMfir A. H. Bast in ... vSfii & Co. t widc-ope- Xj" XTsWM rW mwp IiiiIm." "Save the Difference" ALUMINUM Extra High Grade Cooking Utinsils 5 quart Tea Kettles, each We are closinjfut a large us inum Ware at $1.40 itment of Alum- Come in and examine these ut!cle.t to appre elate their full value, MASON FRUIT JARS Pints, doz. 80c; Quarts, doz. 90c; $1.20 EXTRA HEAVY COVERED TIN BUCKETS Half-Gallo- n 89cts and 98cts quarts 25cts; (J quarts 30cts; 8 qiarts .,.40cts. Ilest 220 weight Overalls $1.25 Fancy Amoskeajf, 32 inch GinKlium per yard 25cts. 4 Campbell St., A. H. BASTIN Telephone 34 & Lancaster, Ky. CO. In the matter of William K. Whittaker, a Knnkrupt. On this 10th day of July A. I)., 11 - -- . on considering the petition of the aforesaid bankrupt for discharge, filed on the llMh diiy of January, A. I)., lOUl'. it Is ordered by the court that n hear.ng be had upon the same on the 8th. day of August, A. l., Will, before said covrt at Covington, In .aid district at 10 o'clock, in the forenoon, ur a near thereto as prac ticable, and t?iat notice thereof b published in The Central Kecord, a newspaper pr nted In said district, and all known creditors and other persons in Interest may appear nt said time and place and show cami;, if iny they hfcve, why the prayer of said petitioner vhould nut be granted. WITNESS the Honorable A. M. J. Cochrun, Judge of said Court, and the seal thereof, at Richmond, in said district, on the 10th day of July. i OIi, pledM- - do," she whispered fnmi the depth of Ills ntreooii shuillder. "Iiou't things always turn out per-fc-tl grand)" Double Development jgjjBp Mtn Who Win 3ucctss. .Success is illuu)n llllillliiil Ji lllrli wlm will work and build mid huve uu '.,!. i u.i isiM.. A who iI.kw ... own llihiMiig ul.1 will not i is (he luii v tin wld arrive To arlilete )our tuiihltlon. U j go.Nl llsleuer, ilw otir e.e.. ftiiil huniin nature, liiuru o tliiiik, riniiiil.t rulesi the world, ji.ik s nun ninl the soil I of ul'tluU, .vmie fulks luil all their life nml lit death Iiute liMriuil evvr)thlng hut hnw lo think. l.sMrnliig without thought Is labor lo.l Skill Is ilineliH In the l roriMT. Ih.' deoert. Hands uro of lh prophet The liiouulalu fastness develops the seer; out of obscurity limn- - our 1'ns.ldeuisj. from thtt forests come our preachers ; from Iho wilder ness ri'foriuers. 1 lii;-lfihn-es- I I'urlna Chicken Chowder snd rutins llsby Chick Cho, fed si directed, are guarsntecd to maka your chicks grow twics si last during the first sis weeks ai nhn ltd grain ltf.Ii, such si nits I, stile bread, crscktd whtat or other ctrtali. 11 we fail to prove this n rrses asssw nal rwwmm ssssrr statement nt will re- MIY CHICKEI lunj your money. iBSnSSSatWMiAssi rQ Neut Order A, I).. 1922. J, Uy W, MENZIES, Clerk I'aralee White, D. C In Moderation. Mrs. llwiHtk And you cull your- self a iiinn? ilr, I letieck Certainly, my dearj Ual Is er If you psfrudt uie to. HUDSON for Sale by FARNAU, Lancastsr, Ky. BECKER & BALLARD, Bry'antsville, Ky