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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): July 20, 1922 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1922 cen1922072001_sn86069201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): July 20, 1922 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1922 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. THE CENTRAL RECORD. THIITY.TMIRD YEAR LANCASTER. KY.. THURSDAY AFTERNOON. JULY 20. 1922. NUMBER IS. suu--. Dr. A. T. McLor-tn- l Chamber of Commerce met wAl.tJe the murders and trials hidden-- 1 county, Judge Nurst sent the Machine That tni Abindoned The fame f the Shaker May he citizens ff Paint Lkk last night 'anil diminishing, but the Tnhie af their to the trouble, of HnyholeWs away where the litigant a general love feast In 0nHle resulted, the voting rreciuct in ineawuu, were required to travel some- - i(.Atth Officer of every county In handiwork l on tmi incline. Thai good people of that little dty, having much greeted thorn with a warm nnd cordial and the extraordinary condi-- . tiling like one hundred and sev- - Kentucky to put t death nil stray when awns eriden tan Wednesday A Ford touriar cur. with a iuantHy of fnrtilture left by l.cn tac, wa diover- - welcome. miles for trial. Ilreath- - '"f and enty-liv- o tlons thnt have heretofore I the late Dr. V. Pennebnker at eil abamlwHNl at the erner af Maple The delegation went In a body county is farther from Cat- - ( do now prevail justify this piib-'i"(J"), u"t Shnkcrtown was sold by auction at avenue and Main rtreel abwt five from Lancaster ami were met at the lie interest. Clayhole Voting tlesburg than Lancaster. Ky. is.r 7iSth that place. It m a matter of record o'ekxk Thorvday marnint; by H. II. entrance to the city by a good iIze Precinct is one of the remote It is farther from Jackson than eau your attention t a widespread that the Shaker never kM anything MrDuiiald. soitKflce entploye. Mc- - bunch of ritisen. headcxl by Postvoting places In Ilreathitt coun-- . Lancaster is from Louisville, or iHcmk- of rablo in dg in the that pertnlne.1 t their domeatk life.l DofiaM'a inei4Uii ld to the ,U. master, It. II. Led ford ami the entire nceannnciy gallon k?, par- - body was escorted into the big ty, some llfteen or twenty miles than Lancaster is from HowliiiK s,n'- ,n euntio in alnnt every an.irentrolled wa what Dr. I'ennelKifc. covery of three reaMy aeeumula with ' Kentucky men. men anU er of the year, theanproduct nf tially offilled car. moMtMne. in the greeted tent, where we were warmly from the County sent. This (Jreen, Ky.. and although rear the chiHlren wive been bitten by mad Uen and granted about IS minupon time and tune ntrntn to precinct previous ,, the cnrefal He Sheriff utes time iu(t, hw v,. destroyed, community wrk andfat disappearing Logan immediately notifiedaf tk po started. before the evening program relies of a tlon usually gave a democratic answer why those cases and mmlHr nfoctil and lice detriment, who opM arriWnir Mr. It. H. I.edford gave the delemajority of more than two hun- - sent so faraway and inconveni-- i "In order to prevent n widespread fraternity. The nale rommenced early in the on the eene conkWatd the ear and gation a very hearty and cordial weltlftv. Elections were ent to the litigants Judge Hurst 'ricmle of this very dangerous .(i lay and lasted dred and until evenimr, M'f, this Hoard request you im- I. Van A rsdnll beinu auctioneer. John liquur. One whel bad been broken come en behalf of the citizens of usually very quiet there, and has never answered, The (in the automobile and thi. it ii be. Paint Lick, alt of which wa highly mediately to Imuc such instruction r Some however, see the there had bcctno disturbance tn your nubariMnattw a will cause total for the day w approximately Ileveil halted the wbfcey runneri ".n appreciated by every one and made in the results of the trial them to destroy, an painleMly a po. $l,HOU, ronnideriil by all bent able to their million. trouble previous to the all feel that it was good to have been mingling with these delightful and dew Inst November on any in the Boyd district. It turns ible, all utray dogt found running judtfe a reeonl figure for the number The ear ai taken t police the Mld. whttre it hh ckaimeil by cordial people. On the morn-ou- t that in that Court the Cir-in- g ut large in an)' part af your Jurhxhc-tktn- . and quality ofpresent article many electron day. Iluycra were from Trey Hoittte, of Ilryant1li. It. L. Klkln thanked the speaker Ilo:ue of the election on the daycuit .Indue, Commonwealth's "All dog should be rommliTed polnt, includini; luirlle. I.ex.nt:-to- informed palice tnat the car m the for the gracious welcome that had of the trouble about fifteen Attorney and County Attorney trny dog which are at law unmuzand Danville, and bidding was pioperty of Dr. Ito, of Urynntn-vill- been accorded them iind he in turn workers came into this pre- - mid the Sheriir are all repub-cmc- zled for the next MXty day here- briik throuitheut the day. There but that he had rented it from introduced several who made short were not a Tew ( him for one year. a lienns, and after the cases were after." The machine, he talk, among these who spoke being, who were of it, and a number of them' sent to this district the Com- - Dr. I K. Mc.Murtry, who w now coni.piou item of furniture ,werejaid wa jtolen from him Wednesday, O. A. Abbott, G. II. Swinebroad, Hilly put up, price oarinir in a altogether. like narrative Miller and John M. Farra. Altogethof the county to monwealth's Attorney had the the honored president uf the Slate unexpected way. Chair of plain de- - to Hocue ntited a fair)-Thursday, police oiTWals. Hoard of Health, .ay that there are he er it was a delightful and happy ocwage battle for the republi- four democrats indicted upon now more than flu pcrwni taking the icn and sometime not too well aid, he fwiml an uiik'ned note casion and many are unanimous of averaced J10, while reck.',,.r his door inform.nv him that his the opinion that tuch a meeting cans, and who were all armed the charge of having conspired treatment for tiltw from rabbi aril- and had not previously worked to prevent the holding of an mnh. at the .fflec ut the State Heard er went from $!'. to $15. One sec- - ear had been Hed U'edne.dav nhrht should be Held more frequent. of walnut with top for the riMiuhiican cause in this! election in Chivbnle I'reeinrt. of Health in Louisville awl morsj than retaryfor $!IG, while a doping clock and Had bmken down at Maple W mantel avenue and Main rtreet in Danville, BURLEY GROWERS many ,,,hT who re M Only two of these and in carrying out the conspir-- ! precinct. with brought was ,,:iUhI b private physicians-- their Other three panet ran from $8$25. Nothing however,mid to the l.quor. TO HAVE MEETING .. t. I'llllll III ...i 1,111" IJ i.ii l 4111 -. I mantel clocks VII .i I I lllll' Ul ' ltil- - HW to Hou2ue. failed to keep the ' Cpon this charge 'note, sayinic he therw it away dents of this precinct. All of murder. Leaders of Association and nrprise were launched where, the democratic workers rosid-- i these four democrats were con Geoffrey Morgan were! He expremd the opinion that one whim the little candelstands University Experts Will ed there. The fight took place j victed mid two of them got llete in Interr.t of Ctrrard County put up, ome specimen realizing n,if his fr.end txirrowe.i the car to Be Speakers at Experiin Mie morning between nine (fifteen years in the penitenti-anhigh a f20. One with a broken leg 'make the trip. A warrant charging Farm tluirau ten o'clock, in which the ary. old for $12.50. Coverlet, woven, Hoicue with trtownswUng Mi)or ment Station wni .ld well, one realizing $25. Har. taken out by the leeal authorities. democratic olHcers were killed1 What is strange and beyond August 10th. Hon. (ieolfrey Morgan, State Sec. His trial ha been et for Friday. or shot, all together four demo-- undetMtandlng to the people rctary for the Farm Hureau Feder roil,urt: '"'f'"''- KY., LEXINGTON. Pretldent The car and whiskey are till in the crats were killed and some) who did not hear the trial is, ation, win in tbU city last Friday for! ' GOOD ROAD poeion of the police. The keg.s and General Manager James 0. eight or ten democrats were, how it could be possible that a few hour, conferring with the ' it i believed, conta.n 25 gallons of Stone' and Director of Warehouse committee of the (Inrrard shot and wounded, one repub-- , these four democrats interested Kalph M. Barker, of the Hurley ToFrom Louisville to Middlesboro moonshine - DanviUe Messenger. i bacco Growers' Assolican kilted and only two or! in the success of their party County llureau, which to be launched in thi county during the ibonth Through Lancaster Chautauqua Closes ciation; Director Thomas V. Cooper, three republicans wounded, j should conspire to prevent an af August. of the Kentucky Agricultural ExperiThese republican workers shot1 election in a precinct that Preparation are beini; completed The Middlwboro Daily New. ha Fin' Program Given Mondy Night ment Station; 11. J. Kenney, tobacco democratic ejection oiricerjways goes as much as 250 for a ipecial Farm Hureau edition of tha following to say of the road . , Chautauqua closed oepciaVist of tha Experiment Station, unci took the ballot box and democratic, and further how the Central Itecord, which will ap- from Louisville through Uncaster to v'An Pros;r"m w,Ih Lan- - and W. D. Valleau, plant patholopear Aucut .IriJ. Kiv.ni; paea and that thriving mountain city: MB' of the Experiment Station, will shot it to pieces and threw It it could be reasonably possible pajttM of interesting matter """ gistthe speakers at a meeting of grew-er- a deep From Ui,v,lle to Mhldlwboro by'f",r l3'1 Creek. Judge that those men should having mteruat to th farmer, of of ,urneu out uunng me enter- - be into Troublesome Cnrrardl motor in a little over twelve hour is of Hurley tobacco HPenuy pieasint wun ment Station August at the ExperiHurt, who now presides over) in contemplation this thing, cunty. and giving many logical and ' the record of Mr. and Mr, llartsook tOth. n nnd Hint judicial district is claimed had their wives and children UHn,, rable reason, why every .f I.ou.sville. guosU of the Hooneway ""c,h 1numbor It is planned that the growers of Mrwing the il. wai uvr. and to have been elected on the re-- 1 about the poles, and if the fnrmer .hould Income a member of ml. Sar did they iind any veryK nope tor an- - tobacco (hall be made acquainted mai 11 win ue j l,ml roads, these traveler swy. except tvith the work of the Experiment publican ticket over a demo-- j democrats hnd intended upon thw organitation An organization of everal hundred a rough etretch this ble of Harbour- - other year. This in all probability will be done, after a few detail have Station along tobacco line and that rrntic opponent on account of. such plans why those republi- - member has Just been completed in ville. ..... i... the local corn- - the results of experiment now be.. i the preventing of an election can warriors shbuld so quickly Madiin county and several more vilni l, nn.l Mn ltnrl.nnL- t..f. I rllltt. ing conducted or i.,.'i J.lr....l,.,L.ml,,", thflt ha thnt feature In ducted to developthat have been confight have destroyed are under way throughout the State. .Wii.. i In this precinct. The Grand after the t resistant charge . .i... i i xi...i.. Jury In Breathitt County was the ballot box and the ballots While every number seemed to ttrains of Hurley tobacco will be Another strange thing about Officers Get Rewards llooneway at 7:."10 o'clock that night. pirate, yet it seems unanimous that made known. slow about investigating these. Lexington, Nicho-and after public at-- , the whole proceedings is why N'ow that the Court of Appeal has They came through Crab Orchard, Mt.I the lecture of Dr. A. 11. Adrian last President Stone probably will dismurders lasville, Lancaster, Astention was called through the the..e republican oiricers in upheld tK' constitutionality of the Vernon, London, Corbln, Harbour-- j Monday night on "In Wonderland cus the progress of the Hurley crop act, the new prohibiwith Hurbnnk," surpa.sted anything sociation in marketing the 1021 press of the State indictments Boyd County .Jhould have so tion law, Btrfevr recom-- ! ville and l'ineville. The in Kentucky who offered during the entire engagement. an din satisfying the grower iky. were finally procured against handled the ease that after arrest person drunk or who violate mendationt of the road are pleasing marketing is superior te Mr V. T. Smith, the obliging and dumping system of f four of the survivors of the the conviction of the four the state prohibition law in any to Middlosborw people who hope that efficient superintendent left for Mt. the fight , who were democrats, ami democrat that the testimony other respect exrept in manufacture other wil try this rour and get Carmel. III., yesterday, and left many selling. away tnm the idea that the mountain Director Harker will give a demtwi. .warm personal friends whom he had nine on the other side, who, against the republfeans, ac- - ng liiuvr or having atilb, will road are impassable, stay in our Mration fo grading tobacoo In, the made during the week republicans. cordintc to the ruling of Judgu reive $5 reward. The law provides; represented the hand, which is expected to show Ut) that the IS in each ca (hall be Ux- ftyWhen the case against the Halbert of the Boyd District, ed a rosrta amtsvst the tie fend at and Hester farmers how to improve tJudr gra'l-inami . obtain better price for democrats wn called in Judge could not be introduced Mgninst then paid t the arrxHimt otfieer. William Karl ll4er. awe' twent)-INew Company their leaf. Hurst's Court thene four tlumo- - any of theu nine republicans monthc, liiod at the CUVoa rate whore a Hill i found the in- May Hid on Electric Light Franchiic trats mnde a motion for him to who were indicted in Conner-th- e formant will ntcsrivv $&0 from thelpital. July 16th. llKll. He vv the Service Station Conideriible talk is going the murder. The county flacul court. TWie amount i imly child of Mr. and Mr. Zack He acate the bench nnd permit tion with not bunl a eW agoiivti the defen- tor, Jr.. and hnd beon sick only a round of the city, that n number of May bo Erected a n Public Square another to try the case support four democrat and their coun- dant. 11m lowost nne on a ronvrp-ti- few ihty. Kveryhing thnt loving rittion are contemplating buying the Mr. T. S. Fish, of Lexington, has ing the motion by an atfidavit, sel charged thnt they were for drunkunnos is $10 ami cU hand uld do was done, but' to no Kloetric Light and Power Franchise, Judge Hurst railroaded into conviction and in court ami the oxtrsi ii will make avail, for he was buddm! on earth to which the City Council is advertising been in the city for several day ami in substance that I interesting many in a Gasoline and bloom in Heaven. was a partisan republican ami into jail by partisan, otficial the lowest tine and cost $ KS.tiO. to be sold publicly, Monday, July Oil Service Station, to be erected up31st, the advertisement of which ap- on would not give them a fair trial conduct, and unjess'the olficers the vacant lot on the north side Community Fair pear in this issue of the Itecord. Making Good the law in these two districts and that he knew about the of the public square, known a the One of Lancaster' most foremost Tomllnson corner and now owned by It publicans who came into this are willing to do it and can Iitt week ue publUhesI a premum very gratifying to friemU of and progressive, citizen, Informs us Mewr. Kd explan-goin- g lit of the Community Fair to be held and Hen Hughe. It Is l.uther Herron to learn that he is precinct ami knew they were make some satisfactory and ideal place ha been selected, proposed to organize in iiryaiiiKViiie Mitunia, beiitembt'r making good at Corbin. Ky., where that with a $10,000 f these rour dofend.-uiU- , ti to break up the election suitable for the plant, with switch on capital '.'.ii I. It i a very complete list and to nnry uuil there are STRAY DOGS PENNEBAKER RUNNERS scores of witnesses interested in the eases and notwithstandOrdered Kit'ed if Unmuzzled Furniture .Sold at Auction Desert tar landed hnve many inquiries ing would have leen apparent We Wednesday, Brings High IIVDROlMIOlllA PREVALENT Moonshine from people who are becoming ly convenient to have had these I'ricei rab- flryantiville Mn CUIrai !raie of the prevalence of more and more interested about rases trietl in an adjoining Some Facts About Clayholc im-an- s LOVE FEAST With Chamber of Commerce Meet With Paint Lick Citizens Whlikejr A ' gootf representation from the nrnT tt ''J - ety I Chau-taum- .1.1,1 mur-lswor c.wiln i ia were,,,,. an-o- d '4 I head-iuarte- r. n e, t, s' in-- - non-residen- ts I I -- I 1 KJ I I l- tome-Som- e ' d 1 j al-t- he , j "ei ""'" .. , I root-ro- I I l.ath-Callio- n I loose-lea- I re-- j - g j n 1 1 j re-ji- if j that a motion of effort to bring the truth of all these four democrats for a these transactions to the public change of venue this motion JiS5fon VllIrSSt": was granted for a change aiuiaw suit of Fifty Thousand l)ol- to the great surprise of overy- - ars (SoO.OOO.OO) by Circuit one who followed the incidents Judge Halbert of the Boyd Cirof the cases this Circuit Judgu cuit Court. It will probably be annoying to the editor anil sent the cases for trial to his paper but we nuiko the In Boyd county. prophecy that t lie re will be a These four democrats on zero day in July before the trial are people of very ordt- - Judge gets the editor's money. so aroused the premium otfensl are very liberal. murder and by The good people of that comniun interest and friendship for the converts to their position ty are to b mmgratulated upon their enterprise ami groat mnl should re republicans who did the kill- - among the public who are sult from it. While the exhibitor he would not give' quiring into these cusos ure limited to the school dbtrfcU of f th" these four democrats a fair! that the ItryanUviUe, llueim Vistn, HrighU the confidence trial. Judge Hurst overruled,'and U,opIu wnnt , ,1HVC , t,1L. lloHil. Hire Academy, Mt. Hebron and , courts of the country and the Hickman, yet we fuel that the en. this motion, it Is said, nnd re-fused to vacate the bench, and public officials and in the oper-aft- t re county will lend it the fair which should the press of the Statu ations of law these matters in uttendlng the biggest prove to be event ever "" "i H again called attention to Judgu "V pulled oir in that section of the coun (Let the facts and the truth Hursts inactivity in this mat- - the ,mttt,r t.ome lo Uu, ty ter, and public sentiment was lie's knowledge. It was In the , i r " reason "J'ii&aMSS'.afiSnK of ro jj(,iK to have a great many "V" ago and i now the aitant chief of the guard at that place, be.ng employed by the I., .v. N. railroad, to look after ibt property there. He Imu under him 250 guards and H sergeants, and write that he I enjoying the work, even though of the rosperLsibitity it he went several da the ground, thu eliminating the hauling of coal, etc. We are tvot informed a to how far the movement has reached, but we do know that quite a number of citizen nre being interested and tl;e talk is cu te currint upon our atreeCl. Garrard one-ha-lf stock, be subscribed by county citizens. Nearly of the ntock has been sHtbV carrie. No Agreement er Buys Partner millinery partnership, Mis Smith retiring, having sold her interest to Mr. Hella Arnold Francis, who will conduct the busine alone, a she ha done for many year previous, MIm Smith made many warm friends while in Lancaster, and all wish nnd hope that she will not move from our midst. The firm of dissolved Francis-Smith Reached in Strike Settlement scribed. The building I to be the lalwM dssMgn and l to be very much Ilk one in Lexington (said to be the. Ilnest there), except that a LulUk rest room' will be added, making It the most compete one in Central Kentucky. ha it ,,,,. Fine Apples 1, Cat-tlesbur- g, Thi office is very grateful to Mr. II. C. Hailey, for a box of delicious applet, which the kindly sent in last Friday, Mr. Dan Hat also brought us some lino one, picked from a tree It has been shown In this county over 100 yeans old. The tree was planted by Mr. llillie Wheeler, wlio that food seed wheal must be sown to et good wheat. Also If the land died'ln thi county in 1838. is tired It ha also been shown that Hallards Obelisk Flour is pure, a liberal use of 16 per cant acid phos. healthful and delicious. Try a satk phate fertiliser pays. We have it. today. Hudson at Farnau. Hudson V Farnau. The failure of all efforts to bring Baseball Games about the scttlemnet of thu countryThere will be. a big baseball gum wide strike of the railway shopmen was announced in n statement issued at Paint Lick tomorrow (Friday) aflast night by Hen W. Hooper, chair- ternoon, when that splendid team man of the United State Itallroad will lock horn with llarrodsburg' famous nine. Thi should be a dayjy tabor Hoard. "A there does not teem to be any game. Saturday the Point I.eavvll probability uf reconciling the anti- team will be matched with Crab Orpodal view of the carrier and the chard un the Point l.eavell grounds: men on the question at issue, neither Sunday at HryanUville that team will the lator board nor any of Its mem- croi bat with Arlington Height, uf bers' ure now engaged In any further Lexington. Thi also will be a batalong that line," the state- tle royal. effort ment ald. Crimson Clover It a fine fertiliser Seed Buckwheat for sal. and food for (rasing, .Sow In July Hudson & Farnau. Hudson & Farnau. or August. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky.. Thursday July 20, 922 I ! badly nfnUt. the safest way to Clover Rorjjon Particularly Attofrt gat tM f tfca Hie I to bntn otT Um f to Indatlry. aiK ft 14. Fllas from tb stasia tNir tap j in faafanswr awl place a Mir vianttr or other whoa sn 'ttw vicitiity. Uta piaatirs; and tlx Ft fHaaea Hi Vbah It I Nat Pons-blto Kota Hsssery OathcrcU be mm of Atlda that rw kmvwn Wtth (totd Prat Under fro th IMm Me pfcesmtJoris ! frt Proper Mamqwoint. later in the sua that can ba Mm, iPliaiafiS ky Uw I of Ike "Tha flaxseed M'tl BtoM haftM t A frt. siras i which nwfsrnr a a amootli, shining, Tile rimer ronton of the Unltssl .A 1IL ..LI.,,.' U tfl in ...I I ... States oTr ifiieoll opawicttjidtle the stubble when th wheat fa rut. Tl IWlllle, tw It remain!" in this condition until the gvlhvr with lite niHireHtits latter port of July when some adults fw the iihtin of the iimltttah-In- . of them, however, recome out, are Nennl In u reeelit t( the Culled Stilt i llpMrtln'lit maining idle until Augut and Sep- They tember when they emerge in lome of Airrknllure. KarHiem' Itiilli'lln I'Jl.'.. Iteekit-plliIII the Clnxcr Itecloii. I numbers about tho imv the new crop eggs stum II V. I'lillllpo nnl (i)ir.'e S. Dctmith . up. The Stubble of wheat come the upper side of the if the illvWInn .f lUCiiliim' Iiiull-gntliuare placed on While not all 'iirtu of I lie wheat blade after which the flies tile. Iiimt rt'Kti'ti lire iually pmI, tlien Hessian The minute grubs which hntch creep i.n- few pliti'ixi, ! Hilmnl out. Ill o kicp llf. down the blade to where theie Join wlik'li It l tlll Nnl Flies the Menu and crowd in behind them with prnllt uiHter pmper iiiiilinKeiiietit. The IJIilnil rimer rvcl'U iwruple Little damage evidently has been next the stem. They rasp the deli-rat- e ( the t'ullcl Kentucky wheat during the tissues of the plant until then-ar- tin i (rtli'Hierii 1'iirt ilonc to Stnte. extelidllik' et Into Jllnni'i'H weakened and in many cases kill uml MUith apriiilimtely to pa.t season by the Hessian fly, no the Ulilo cases of serious injury h.1vlng been both the stems and the blade. rher uli'l ItuMiii ui.il Ii1iiih line. It Kentucky Agricultur- reported to the "The inirct are known to paw the llin-HI'll Hie ueM ionit III Vnli In Imth in ft and al Experiment Station, according to ! winter in the flaxseed Mage and to llik't"li Mid Oregiiti, the n'L'.wi I'Mi'tiiN Into (:iiin In, Harrison Garman, the station ento- produce n spring brood which beHowever, this I no as- comes the flaxseed stage before mologist. spring surance that the fly will not damage wheat is harvested. Thi nrain grown this fall, he Mid, and it brood is difficult to destroy when in is being suggested that farmer! plow an active itate, hence deep summer their wheat stubble land a a first plowing and late fall sowing constitute the chief mean of the farmer in precaution. "AH land which contnns fly .n- - controlling the fly." 111 .'astsW attftMt tlHwM b plowad U a mt 1m r xta Inrhn in J sly pr ahw MM m Im Um ffMffti Nm cannot tRbfel e If gM t th surface BEEKEEPING OFFERS . BIG WOMAN SCHOOL OPFOHTUNITIES HEAD IS FREED Kockcnstl County N'ot Sti)(?rinten-ileir- t HoM Guilty of Mrs cigarettes Rmbeftilttment Chrjrr Mt. VersMM, K., via, sssperiMlemlent e POT are fr 10 GOOD! iieest-Mir- y mt hiIIIi-h-lio- Turning Under Retards - e r Best way to pay for HOME. Btst InreslBtnl for SURPLUS Fl'hDS on City Propertyonly. Ask the man who has payed for his home through the Building and Loan Association $1,000 TO LOAIN All.e I'a f the Koekcas tie eounty shoss, wns acquitted bv a Jury .n th lltwhcastle C'rcuil Caurt of a charge nf ewibeasleineiit Two indfctmentu clmrglng Mrs. Davis with forgery and wrongfully taking public funds were dismissed without trial. Mack Morgan, an employe in the office of Oeorge Cwlvln, S'ate Superintendent of Public Instruction, nppenrod against Mrs. Davis and he called eight witnesses from county. The indictments were returned by the grand Jury six weeks ago after similar indictments had been quashed by the churt. At that time, Mrs Davis contended that she was being persecuted by Morgan. When authorities of the State Normal school at Richmond discov cred copies nf the June teacher's ex amination in circulation among members of the student body last month, Mrs. Davis' name was connected with the alleged fradulent disposal of the papers and she was called to Frankfort to show reason why she should Good Seed not be dismissed from otfice. The cases against the students who Kentucl-y'second crop of pota were said to have the papers were toes, which usually Is planted from continued in the courts nt Richmond, them the middle to the latter part of nnd no further action has been taken July, produce seed spuds equal in In the matter, ever- - way to thoe which can be obtained from other sources, according Mother-To-B- e, to A. J. Anley, potato specialist of the College of Agriculture. (In the other hand, it seldom is practicable litre Is s wonderful cimmc to all n to hold tubers from the tint crop for On notbrr. Ibal rUBtyon can hireWbn thm Lllll mor fiM seed. I'se of a seed plot and a few mocieat irvm puarrinr ImiglDM, loan 701 special practices has bten found to be kn fwrfcapa phjalrUn, An rmlDeat a good method of producing vigarous riptrt In this rlmr. bs shown tlt waf It foundation stock for future crops, he wss Itock-castle Electric FANS CALL s Bastin Bros. it'Jor but the plant may produce fairly norma, tubers The dieac Is carried from year V rar ;n potatoes produced from diseased plants. It is spread from plant 'o plant by aphkls or plant lice and the apple leaf bwp-m- t. Strains of pUIes badly afire-te- d with the ntatr ran not give Wgh yields and it als h UffienU t It. tnin seed entirely free fre by "In eradicating the disease means of the seed pkk. the mtatrs n at thny are are gone ver as well abwve the grwSJlsd and all plants retaoved which are stunted in any way or show .gtM f ssMHatc. The plants are gae over about twlee again before lUswenng tisae and aM badly iteased er ntosair plant de strayed The plat m gone over again at ftewenag time and all plants re moved which show a different flower color than that tf the variety being benig mixtures. grown. "After the plot ha been gone aver for the last time, the plant which appear especially strong and vigorous are marked, the best tubers in these hills being selected at digging time an red far the next year's seetl plat ami the remainder kept for planting the early field crop." Kentucky Produces Potatoes Read This tr wbo orst lb trut MDirilr. rrlnJ." Mrs. iisnmto, .1 "Mlkr 1; avw, a added. Lancaster Building & Loan Ass'n J. L Rebiasoo, President. Miss Sue i--i Skelbj Mjjod. Secij-Trea- Bcekccptr Should Tak Pains to Gtt Best Strains. Mime nf the, Loafing Season Opens For Millions of Hens More than 3,000,000 hen will stop laying during July and August after which they will be worthies as egg producers until the following spring, n according to estimates made by nt the College of Agriculture. The State has about 10,000,-00- 0 d enhs, of which stop laying early each summer and become loafer, according to resu't of culling campaigns which are conducted each year by the college. As a rule, the hens which stop lay. ing at this time of the year are'the early molters and certain characteristics which they show make It easy for the farmer or the poultry raiser to distinguish them from the layers and cull tern from the flock. Characteristics which are important in culling are outlined and described in detail in Circular No. 101 which Is being distributed free by the college to farmers interested In Hiding their flocks of low producing poul-trymcone-thir- cated north of the national boundary Mmlt.il areas ot lert nlue are found Culling out thfM- - hens raves feed, outtide there boundnrte. The opiMirttuiltlen for beekeeping In utilize- waste feed for the good hens, this reclnti. are not being utllluil a eliminates poor hens so that they will completely as In some other beekev-Innot be used ag breeders and makes reglimt of the country. There are more room for laying hen and pul- - vnt nreas of tin- - clover region not ad' lets, the poultrymen say. Culling at equately cohered by been, and also this time of the year has an added muiiy placv where, becuuiw) of the practiced, the advantage in that cull hens will bring! tiietlitxN of tHki-vpInlire fulling to product- - the better prices now than they will later I bet potble croii. In the season. Ileekeeplng to be profitable In till" rgl(Ki iniiit In- - rondurtetl with all xklll. lletter IliethoN, It N t will reult In a greater Foley's Honey and g I pot-xlbl- bet portions being lo- two' "With eblMrtn I donor sod s cars anil lbn tttj bad to at tnatra tneiiU. list with or last two rbtlJrvti I mill Uothtr's Krlrad and bad onlr a ours; a doctor IragM 1 bad do time to waant sits vUf atwut ln ur fUlesD nloutte. hi Wis, roc nhuVI - tm nu.lfl!l tn4. -H,fc l MMtMkrm j,i or first rin hJ trr M rI svUMtfiutit UIMK4UM wilwt Uh. J all in UlllliU MuUM "atitw a rru4" rtwat aal II. Allol,. Ua (Wu, BA'llMSn'aawitaa. la aM It lyalai Skh nlauui laiwul ,, irnt -- " McROBERTS DRUG STORE Tar iletel-opmeii- SURE and QUICK the bv- of the Itiillnn rtie of leeHT of this region will find It greatMcROBERTS DRUG STORE ly to Ills tiihuiitugf. to ke'tt this Italian lee-- are able, uniler giMl timiiHi: monl. to clean out the Certainly Not. larvae dead of Kuropcnii foultirood. You cun't expect to keep ynur Not all strulii" of this nice are equalfriends If you give them away. Hus- ly good for thin puriHe, und the beeton Transcript. keeper should take pain to get ttiu best. Ocst Thing Must Ot Paid For. Copies of the- bulletin may lie had A precious thing Is all the more free uiwm udilrislng a rwpjest to the precious If It has been vena by toll Departnimt of Arrtculture, Washingand economy, Huskln. ton, . C - COUGHS CROUP Persou Best (or ChildVea and Grows R.ll.f f ram of the Industry. HeraUM' of tin- nf Kuropinti foulhrtHMl In Mme pnrt" of the clover region, and e .iiTiii- - if the superior ijual-It- y PROPER BALANCE TO MANURE :vS;S2.;:;S2v---:2:-;-s:-;..st i-- i' ATTENTION FORD OWNERS. I (!) Some Farmers Try Little Experiment en Small Piece of Land to Find Condition. It Is a pretty good Idea, and nno fol, praclowed by n lot of tical formers, to bulaiuv the barnyard manure a little with either rock or llnrn.t iinl manure Is acid phoepbute a hutnnrcd railoti when It roinei to plHiit fiMHii. fi r Mime rop. Thut Is why mine funaers try a little eperb inent on h half acre or so of ground whiit their land lacks. Jut to About forty or fly ounds of acid pbiMplmte per ton of manure, or M iHiiinds h'T aere. limy be nppllnl to to ii small purl of the field, and the results will rlnnv whether It will pity to put the fertilizer on the whole field. It makes the neld plio'pliuto easy to upLli uipy to spread It evenly on lb.- - to of eaeii spreader load of manure m that nili tun of the manure will earrv with It the above iiicntlun.-iiinoum of the phosphnte. 11 The "Feller" Your Mother Thinks You Are Whilst walking a crowded city street the other day, W 0. RIGNEY W B. DICKERSON I heard a little urchin to a comrade turn and wiy: "Say Chimmey, let me tell you I'd be happy as a clam, If I only was de feller dat me mud- der thinks I am. She thinks 1 am a wonder, an' she ' knows her little lad Could never mix wit' nuttin' dat was, Offlce Phone IH. Residence hone 3h ugly, mean or bnd. I : . I 1L. ,1 nun UU. U, ut iiiir III MMIJ iLI.L 1...... nice 'twould be, gee whjx! If a feller was de feller dat his mudder thinks he is. My friend, be yours a life of toil or undiluted Joy, You still can learn a lesxin from A Town Character. Paris Has Oath for Dogs. Hvery town ha- - ,t Paris Is the only city In the world this small, unlettered boy. wi, i ... Im- hap a Don't aim to be an earthly saint, that protliles public baths for docs hae to pay fur sojiMi AkUmui with eyes fixed on n utar. (ilohe. Foresight. Just try to be the fellow that your -. Wisely (in uiuld) MrHurry, mother thinks you are. llmry Tuke the mrrot InIh The Lattsi Is Preferred Will S. Adkin. another rm. Mr Wisely Im. )ut Certain perfts Me fit girls t iilti ii. lost bis with jerfct backs tkos sr There are two things every young Ing for rtH wMt teesskcU.-iM- .t0 man should accumulate wisdom and Varied Heartstrings. Trmertit. a wife. One Is difficult to acquire The ery gnarlle.t iilnl mnl.- -t of and the other is impo-wiblto man- hearts bus some iiiusIchI strings In The Pan Long mi Use. age, and between the absence of one It; but they lire iuin-- l illflVrwitly In Tali. Uu. Urtt ta ua, MMrv tjir tlMto 4 MfittiM lHrlh. as a ha.r.il..r and the presence of the other he eery one of lis- - Lowell. 111 the Urttl-- h iimawtMa teaieia.. an. iImii often finds himself in a devil of a tlx, "The object of such a seed phH l to produce and maintain a high yielding variety of potatoes. The prinr"run-nincipal cause of de out" of varieties is a disease known as mosaic or curly dwarf, which causes the young plants to ap-- t pear dwarfed, the leaves to curl twisted and j downward and be much to have an uneven yellow and green ( Such plants produce small, j color worthless tubers. If plants are attacked later, the new leaves may I show the mosaic or irregular green g the W. 0. RIGNEY & CO. Funeral Oirectors and Embalmers Lancaster, 1 Kentucky. .si-.- l.li-xle- ! luit( t,. LOOK AT THESE PRICES We Have Other les Comparatively Hot. Compared with ll'juld air. Ice Is tremendously hot. ANOTHER LANCASTER Makes Just as Cheap t i CASE $-30- OLDFIELD TIRES 30x3A 80x3. . . S6.50 $7.50 CHAIN TREAD, UNITED STATES 30x8 30x3 $9.45 $11.70 GOOD RICH 30x3 . 30x3 . $8.75 $10.75 FIRESTONE CORD A 30x3 $12.00 RED TOP FISK x3 . . ,$12.00 30x3 . ,.$15.00 Get yours while getting is good. A A A , I I i1 your neighbor! St., It Proves That There's a WayOutlor Many Suffering Lancaster Folks. Just another report of a caso la caso. Another typical Lancastur Kidney atlmi uts relieved In Lancaster with Doan'a Kidney I'llla. Ask V, II. Conn, prop, of gurago, Dan-Tlllo Flowers for Dining Room. Flowers alwa)s make the dining room more cheerful. Why not make your own flower box and plant our own turners Take three IxHinU of (ilia! 'length; the let.gth yotl ni.d two siimll one fur the U riut this to miitrli the dining rixiin furiil. i. .re uml net It n ln' wl u sill ' pr , If i iry tie-Ir- e. vn it, (.i.ir, r(ilM ,rf ll awl uf IvypiMau aiiii4isea t , 'Ihi4.es. auMilen fa haadltt, with hle f..r f .r funn,! i,, ,MIHt, l ,n ! .i, t irli, ntay he t en ii, it ,. 1M M, u.,i,k Hlt,r t'alro n f , t rt l ei ,,. , ,lrfai rrr iuohar.h arr,inM hy fesaai Casks thmr.-- s faa y,,,, swealM 'l , .. , , SAVE MONEY WHEN YOUNG saya; "I had Becker & Ballard BRYANTSVILLE, KENTUCKY. I I mm. 1 troublo with my kidneys, 1 took Ikian's Kidney Tills nnd found them the best medlcino I could lake. 1 Considerable Success Attained at Uni- bad typhoid fever beforo that and 1 versity of Illinois In Rotation had morn or less 'rouble with inv With Corn. kidneys, I would get stalls of back-achwas lame In my hips. I ucce has been at- could and Considerable hardly stoop over my back hurt ill fulfil on the dairy tained In so, I heard a great deal about Doan'a farm ut the I'nherslty of Illinois Kidney Tills and made up my tnlnd wheru u rotall'm of corn for silage to give them n trial. It wasn't long and ulfulfa fur hay tiro the principal I rid crop. Kail wheut In sown lifter the after taking Doan'a until washave Since then I corn Is cut for the silo. The next year of tho trouble Doan'a whenever I hava the wheat stubble Is plowed as eurly taken a few getting weak and they felt my back as (Misslble and a very thorough seed always straightened mo up la bed prejKired. The ulfulfa It seeded bare shape." us siMin as theri' Is suftlrlent rain. good (0c, at all'dealeis. KostrrMllburn AlMitit the 'JSth if September whint Is Y. drUled. This gltes u inp of wbeiit Co., Mfrs., Iluffato, N. and (wo ruttlDKN of nlfulfu the next McROBERTS DRUG STORE J ear, ALFALFA SEEDED IN SUMMER ENJOY IT IN AFTEK LIFE Young men who would enter the decline of life in comfortable circumstances should begin to save now. The approved modern method of saving is a saving In the home bank. This bank Invite young men and young wanton ta Jem its fant of savings depositors. One dollar opens a taviniM account, and any sum may bo deposited thereafter, o THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. S. C. DENNY, Cashier. Cipfiol $50,000. Surplus Honor Roll bank $50,000. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday, July 20, 1922 CUPID AT 93 By EDNA S. KNAPP frn worms Start An nual Raid on Tobac fur tin ceremony I'lrt N aw lh familiar llvltig-riHurun I V. erntely seated by t ! family wrapping her I Ik tiervousne mantle, she liail npemM I ho fpmt il Kir to Herbert, spruce mid limn unl.iie ah'l wondered If lil mother knew he wan out. Then Mr, Maw telle Miit (otnery Maxai liml tmi ihuiuht the Harrison worthy of notice She add Herbert liail seated them Mi' sehe awkwardly mi (pimmM of the table anil ririier.tllui iutd flagged, though ctmeolates liail ill apearrd rapidly enough, They had aijimuoneil courage enough to amlle at earn other KTaltitmtly, ami were high aehool party laughing over a when all awful kTiwn hail been heard, follnned by a hla'l that hail ent Mary to her feet trrtiiltllnc with feiir Herbert hail leuei to her side hl arm about her slender alt "I will protect you," he hail aahl, "Do not lie a f raM. I will take nre of oil," Hafe In thtt aheller. the; two had (Ireat-l'lirlKIP heard one go "th ml" and hit quavering tolre mini ninnlnc "t'olllne. Then mother' l" answer, with a ijulter of mirth In It "Vou anoml and wakeil )ourelf ui. 11 A I'll, r MCIr iallil The pretty bride un living over her courtship day a he reted le--f ire Ki,if MONET Saving SALE WE NOW OFFER YOU THE OPPORTUNITY OF SAVING MONEY ON MEN'S AND BOYS' SUITS FOR THE REMAINING 10 DAYS IN JULY. EVERY MAN AND BOYS SUIT IN THIS STORE AT A SUBSTANTIAL co Plant. drelng tat Suits that told for $30. REDUCED TO OD 03 73 $23.75 Suit that fold for $35. REDUCED TO n o rt 2 .T 3 m e CD Suits that sold for $25. REDUCED TO c PI o t IJ ssm pi 3 a. C D $19.75 e r a. to o PI D i H CP Suits that sold for 20. REDUCED TO (Inrle Kit. that nil'" Stifling their glcxle, the jihiiu Couple had rettinieil to their fiTtner and talked merrllr iiri'll mother rame In and lertert departed Hadn't deaf Uncle KM protect a trial Ihoucb bit hoard and 'are kept moth er out of the factory and paid the Interest on that hungry old mortgage. Hut Uncle Kit went m beil at eight ami mustn't be dl'turtwd. All eetilng caller were taboo, and beside, Mr Mwee Montgomery Maon said Her Ixrt muttn't come worried alHiiit the Marx olfloe money. Mr (iMen uay over Hunday and Mary had to bring the money home. Iloura later, when that lug mmblnattoti nf iiort, gnan and abrlek had aouiuled through the dark ened house, ahe had lieeti the rlrt one down. She had heard the jell of fear the chinking thud of metal, the win dow alamined down and retreat Ing footstep on the li To an arcaiiaiilnient of I'nHe KIP groan, ahe had aoltrhnl ixi the light to rw an u(wn drawer, money hat dropped hy the toe and rurtalr, wry. Mother wa doxliig Uncle Kll and brother was calling up Or I'lfC"! when Mary found the lat recreant coin rollrd Into the farthest comer Wasn't Dr. I'lggot mad with Uncle, thouch h had pulled him through In aafety. And neit morutng. how the whoJ.1 town rang with the bmery of llertert Mason, who. routing home fnKu sitting up with a sick rhiiiu. had, r'tloiu $28.75 $15.75 These Clearance prices will hold good for the remaining 10 days in July. Fall goods ere on the way and we want to clear our stock and have room for the new Fall Goods. See our bargain table of Ladies Slipper it $1.00 aelnplr Jas, W. Smith MILLERSBURG COLLEGE House of Qualitj Lancaster, Ky. DOINGS AT PAINT LICK asssssassssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssassssssst jn Intercstintr News of East End Capitol Gathered By Alert Correspondents Mr It. .V lleatley is at home from Louisville. Mra. Frand has been on the sick list. Mr. Salem Wallace was in Uncas. Walker. GIRLS and YOUNG WOMEN FumfshrdJ Located in the beautiful 'Blue Crass Region' of Kentucky with Cdfafofut o On Ksnsl. Wrila'o naw buddings and modern equipment. Offer many ho wwh to pUc their ci.uiK. cartful sn4 dMcnmintiac srwdr prrpra CCFlther.D.D. ift hi tmafttrng mKooI. Court rtolpf mt, iiulud grsd. coilsnumber ol ond opr.iof. Lunrttd fWoVm. MOlmtvr. K. lory, two rwi cotlfao. ihmc -- rxMtdin imidJ. in&uMr iNfHululfMua IBMtk. poot. outdoor .port,; of. p!MAt nd in.ptnna horn I induce-tmrac.t- JUNIOR COLLEGE FOR J. ter Saturday. Dr. II. II. Montgomery was in Crab Orchard Monday. pansles. Ilertert had kome, he would brine them. Mo he had done, and Uncle Kll had hoel him the Kanlen for two mortal hours. "Nice, quiet feller that , make you a goo beau, Mary Why don't e et yer cap for Mini" the old man had asked afterward. Not long after uncle had eluded Mary and her mother acaln, and been brought home one evening ueary but triumphant by a smiting Herbert. Un cle had gono right to let, but Herbert had much to say. "My mother' been helping him tig' tire his Income tat." eiplalnot the lad. "tlrcnt goodness, Miiry, he p)s a thundering big one He must own pretty near all lleathfleld, and folk all thought he Just had an annuity I You folk are down In his will, I preent-la- Harry Francis, Jr., is reported a' about the same. raptured Jel llanc. All roads lead to I'aint Lick Chauwho tried to steal the atofflre money I tauqua thl week. nliiety-thln- l Then on Uncle 1UI' Ir H. H. Montgomery has been on birthday, he had ordernl her to set the ick list for wvcral days. some "Nawnry l'urtle" ftr the ar den. Mary had twen utterly hew lid were Mr. and Mrs. Ollie Holan pret-tlee.rt!, but llerltert knew n.N'niie-guest Sunday of her sister, Mrs. Sara were crrat rrsndmother of our Ogg. single-hande- and Mr. Miss Kdna Underwood Morris Todd ware in Lexington Mon. day. Mi Kdna Davis, of Klchmond Nor. mat. is the guest of Miss Kmma Kst ridge. Mrs. J. D. llurchell i visiting h.'r daughter. Mrs. A. (!. llotner nt Mrs. Nannie Italian!, of Lexington, I viiting her sster. Mr. Clafa llrown. Misses IttHilah and Iva t.odford and Mr. Katl McWhortcr, were in Salvisa Sumlay. Mr. and Mrs. Will Tudor, of Louis, ville, arrived Monday for a vwt to Mary reuiembeml how- InciviluloiH bad been at first. "Mother ketilng wie paer for hlin. I didn't see It, of course. She aays aha' thought ngnln about my coming lieru and. since you're mi gMM to the old gentleman, I may muir a often a I like," went on Herbert Mary had hciiined at him silently "I uifun all you like," corrected HartM'rt, mindful of hi manner. Then the faintly had slid out someway and Mary und he had been alone. Ttw young couple had Just learned that that tmpr promise! $10,us) to Mary the day he marrleil Herbert Kldoti Mason, night uncle tiad show ml them the puper and declared It the beat Investment he had ever made. Uncle aevmeil to be taking on a nmv leasv of life. Hark, waa thill the clock atrlklugT Yea. slu. must nrouto and begin to drcas. Ileru waa mother coming to g call her, and Unit was unclu'a falsetto. "Yes. Col lie, I III' tend to lite to be a hundred and muti-tx- t I'll Ut Mr. Herbert Mason taka curw of lue hlliK'by If she prove u ufa and ex tasty a cook vi ye be." - h relative. Mr. Junetta K. T. Haker. We were mbinformed in regard to the protracted meeting at the ChrisMia Lucille Hottf, of Itichmoiid, tian church which we reported last has been the attractive guest of Mr. week would be held in August. We Ibbie Davis. understood later that they had not .Mic. Terrill. of Richmond, were decided Just when they would begin gueata of Mrs. Thos. King Saturday anil maybe not at all. and Sunday. Ml we Dollie Wood and Florence Master Krnoit Woods i in Louis, Patrick were guest Tuesday of last vllle, the guest of hi cousin, Master week nt n birthday party given by Jack Morgan. Mr. Wood Walker In honor of MasMiss Ituth Itos spent the past ter Hillie McKitick' Gth. birthday. Florence A most enjoyable time wa pent by jit week with her cousin, Ml Kstridge nt llerca. all. Martin, of Lebanon, Mis l.oui. The revival which hu been going Jet., Ky., spent several day with on at Cilead, for the past two week Hall. her cousin, Kmma closed last Sunday evening with 11 Mr. W. II. Hoop went to Detroit additions, 0 by baptism and 5 by letlast week to drive a new Dodge thru ter. Rev, Cunningham, the evangefor Woods and White. list, delivered some very Interesting Mist Lucille Howe, of Richmond, I sermons to the large crowd that were spending several day with her grand, present at every service. mother, Mr. Hell Henderson. Little Karl Heater, age 2 year, Mr. J. V. White, of Nicholasville, the only child of Mr. and Mr, '.uck ha been spending several day with Hester, Jr., died at the Gibson InShopping. daughter, Mr. H. 0. Woods. firmary Friday night and was buried l In what depurtmeut am )ou her Mr. and Mr. Willie Kobinson, of Saturday afternoon at old Paint Lick. giving demonatratloniT toLockland .Ohio, are visiting her par. He had been ill about four week of Irloorwalkvr Ho demonstration day, uiudaiu. ents, Mr. and Mr. Wm. Ilrcnghton. caliti and everything that loving Co-eNo aalea or dam oiut rational Meadame Steven Walker, It. J. hand could do wa done but to no , a aata la Kloorwalkur Oo. Walker. J. P. White and It. 0. Wood avail. The parent have the ym bathtub, but no daiuouatratlwis spent Tueaday with Mr. Wood pathy of the community in the lot of Callfocul I'aUcaa. pvne-tratlu1 Co-tsd gone to Morm ha Detroit, to visit her daughter. Mr. Mrs. Lafe MeKitrlck, who has been BUENA VISTA with Mrs. Wood Walker for a visit, their only child. That the modern way to sell goods has returned to her home at Mt. Car. Mis- - Lucille Morford will bein her is to let the buyer know all about met, III. them, I well illustrated at the demon- school at Cartersville this week. who is at Miss Nannie Reynolds, stration of the Majestic Range in the Mr. Homer Pig is spending the tending K. K. S. N. wa the week store of Conn Ilrothers, all this week. week with his mother, Mrs. Bettie guest of her cousin, Mrs. Thos end i showAn expert from the factory I'l'KK. Logmlnn. ing how the Majestic has won It repMr. Harold Scott, of Lancaster Mrs Simon Hlggin. of Louisville, utation through its rugged construcwas here last week for a viit to his tion, heat-tigseams, perfect damp- and Mr. Bud Jennings were in Nicho- iter, Mrs. H. L Wallace, and other er and draft control, fine, permanent lasville Monday. relatives. finish, and other characteristic. A Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Ruble, of. Dry several fine set of cooking utensils, the choice! antsville, were the guests Monday of Mis Lucy Francis apetit i being given away free Mr. and Mrs. Shad Wilder. days in Lancaster with her sister, of two set, Hughes and attended the with every range purchased during Mrs. S. P. Mr. and Mr. Harold Scott have this week. chautaun.ua. returned to Lancaster after a short Paint Lick Poultry Club met visit with her mother, Mrs. Nannie Rev. lleagle was In Taint Lick Return- Wednesday. So many members were Jennings. on his way to Herea. ing he preached at Mt. Tabor Sun- putting up fruit, so we Just book a Mr. and Mrs. S. G. VanJerpool small crowd of about 11! or 15, Miss day night. Syler gave us an interesting talk on have returned to their home in LexA revival will begin at Freedom the care of eggs and how to cook and ington, after a few day stay with on the tth. Monday evening. The preserve them for future use. We Mr.. Klisha Scott. pa tor. Rev. Roger will be assisted also selected three place to demonMr. and Mrs. John Hick. and famby Dr. W. W. Horner, of Shelby, strate culling next month. Mr. Smith ily, Mr. and Mr.. Scooter Gay, of ville. who spoke here in March will prob- Ludlow, spent Tuesday with Mr. and Mr. U. M. Hurgess entertained the ably do the culling at Mr. S. OHen-derson'- Mr. Preston at Burgin. Mrs. J. D. Wynn's and Mrs. following at a birthday dinner SunMr. and Mrs. Mattie Murday and day in honor of Mis Klsie Hoop: Fred Hall's. Kvery one regardless of family, of Missippi, are guet of her Mlc Klsie Hoop, lleutah. Iva and whether you are a member of the brother and sister, Mr. - II. Ruble club or not is invited to attend these and Mrs. Joe Hamilton this week. Catherine I.edfnrd. culling demonstrations and learn how-tMr. and Mr. Artus Curd and famJuly i the month to return your do away with the loafing hens. ily, Mrs. Lula King, Mra. Hallie Kvery property owner The time has not been but will Campbell, of Harrodsburg. spent last and male citizen -- I year. of age, In be announced later in the Central Monday with Mr. Sarah J. Hackley. Garrard county I requested to come Record. to my olNce and give me their' Mr. Robert Hicks has been very A. T. Scott. Tax Com. sick for the last three days. Sat-unl- Tjbacn growers are facing the an nual task of ridiling their plants of hornworms, recognized as the wont Insect pest of the crop in Kentucky, according to IL IL Jewett, entomo logiit at the Kentucky Agricultural Experiment Station. The adults, or moths, appear from the first week in June to about the middle of August while the maximum number of worms are apparent In the field about August 1 G. he said. The worms are r destructive that tobacco could pot be grown successfully without the use nf control measures for them, he added. Hand worming cannot bt relied up on to keep tobacco free from the worms even with the most careful examination nf each plant while Paris Green, which formerly wa used quite extensively to kill the pest, is giving way to arsenate of lead. The latter material adheres to the plant longer than does Pari Green and therefore is more effective while It rarely injuries the plant even when an excessive amount i used. Thi material ha an added advantage, in that it can be used during periods of unsettled or rainy weather. The arsenate of lead is applied to the tobacco by means of a dust gun. The old style guns ure being replaced by those with fans ten inches or more In diameter and having special devices for preventing clogging at the nutlet. Where it Is neceswry to use an old style gun, the arsenate should be mixed with an equal bulk of sifted wood ashes. The dusting should be done when there is no breeze, either in the morning when the dew is on th eplant or in the evening. An active operator can dust several acres in a day. Under average conditions from three to five pounds of the arsenate an acre is sufficient for one dusting. At least two dustings should be made while a third is sometimes necessary. Where it is necessary to apply the poison as a spray, because of the lack of dusting apparatus, from three to live pounds of the arsenate should be used to 100 gallons of water. Brand of arsenate of lead containing at least 30 per cent arsenate oxid, of which not more than one per cent is free or water soluble, should be used. MARKSBURY Ann Swope, of near Danville, visiting relative here. Mis Nelson, of Louisville, is the guest of the Misses Royston. Mr. John Sutton has been confined to his room with a sore foot. Mrs. It. S. Clark spent Tuesday with Mr. Jno. Swope near Danville. Mr. Jack Dailey, of Indiana, i at the bedside of his father, Mr. Cyrus Dailey. Miss Delia Rice Hughes, of Lancas with Miss ter, spent the week-en- d Susan K. Sutton. Mr. Joshua Sutton has returned from Corbin, where he has Just com pleted a masonry. Mr. Cyrus Dailey continues very ill at his home. He is reported to be in an unconscious condition. Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Turner, were host at dinner Sunday to a number of friends. A good dinner was serv i. Mr. lat ed. Mrs. Krnest Gosney continue ill. She was carried to Lancaster Sunday and will undergo an operation at that place. Mis Annie Blanks entertained at dinner Sunday in honor of Miss Kva-le- e Durham, of Pineville. Miss Durham is the guest of Mr. Pierce Huffman. The meeting of Pleasant Grove church closed Sunday evening with several additions. The candidates were baptized at Kings Mill. Rev. Hart, of Danville did the preaching. Misses Mae Bourne and Emily Bourne, of West Lancaster, were guests of Miss Alice Sutton Sunday. Miss Kmily remained and will Join Miss Annie T. Cecil, of Danville, for a weeks visit to Mr. Mote Pollard and Miss Kugenla Pollard. Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Turner and Mis Delia Mae Turner went to Lexington Thursday to be present at Mrs. Turner's anniversary. A good din- ner wa served. All the guests pre, ent spent a delightful day and left wishing the honoree many happy re turns. aentent. IN THE DISTRICT In the matter of Scott & Ruble, a partnership, Ilankrupt in Ilankruptcy, To the Creditor o thi Bankrupt: Notice i hereby given that on July 8th, l'JL"-- 1, the said bankrupt of Lancaster, Garrard County KenBanktucky, wa duly adjusted rupt, and that the first meeting uf his creditors will be held at the Court Kentucky, on House in July L'lln.l, at 9:00 A. M., at which may attend, time the Creditor claims, appoint a prove their Trustee, examine the Bankrupt, and transact such other business a may properly come before said meeting. Danville, Ky., July It, 19'.'2. NKLSON D. R0DKS, Referee in Bankruptcy. What a What Wtlah. UNITED STATES FOR Have you any Idea of the site of EASTERN DISTRICT OF the common reetita.nd whalet the looIocUt, estimates the KENTUCKY IN BANKualuiul to uwnigu 100 ton, or M,tU) pound. That I la ay, a RUPTCY whale, weighs a about SO It urn a elvplmnt or tUO bear. Of course, NM-on OF THE :ne run larger than thl. There are tale among old whaler of whale 110 feet long, und weighing at least 130 tuna. Hut such are not wen these day. A "itfoot whale I u big one now. Still It may glte tome Idea of what monster uro occasionally killed when we n.' t ttun that a ton of oil ha been extnuti-- l from the tongue ulono of a klugle whale. Hunters Beware We positively will not permit fox hunting or hunting of any character or trespassing on our farms. Any violator will be prosecuted. J. S. Schooler, KJgar Price, W. A. Vitaraine Cold SUw Had eabbaga Is nice for thl but If taipotlbU to secure, use whit which also contains a plentiful sup. ply of health-givinvltamlaaa hn raw. Slice on small head of cabbage Ana; add two mlnctd oaion on cup chopped Spanish groan oilvt (stoned): vinegar, salt and poppor to suit th tajta. It'a a now u Jaw, a healthful slaw and a g dell-clo- NOTE Creditor, cannot partici pate In the management of the es tate of the distribution of aaaet un til they prove their claim on form required by the Bankruptcy Act, and file same with the Referee. Price. Joe Criscllli. T. J. Price, It, L. Klkin, B. M. Lear, K. L. Barker R. P. Parson, Marinda Longsworth. J. P. Bland, Askini and Moberley, Moberley, J. J, Sebastian, W. Davis Forest Calico, Sutton and Hughe Bros. (Other name will be added upon the payment of 25 cents) (tf.) slaw. The Central Record, Lancaster. Ky. Thursday, July 20 1922. ' Evangelistic Meeting FAIR VIEW CHRISTIAN CHURCH SOILS IMPROVED BY COVER CROPS Used for More Than 100 Years by Farmers Who Found FOR REAL ECONOMY In the Kitchen Rev. Louis A. Warren, Evangelist Monday, July 24th to Sunday, Aug. 6th Services each Evening at 7:45 EVERYBODY WELCOME. tive here, returned to her home in Lciwgton Friday. Miss Mildred Dean spent a part of Mr. mil! Mrs. Ed Grow nnd Mr H. uncle, Mr. Harwere in Lexington Fri-la- last week with her Hlckmnn. - Thompson She vey 1'enn at Lt: was accompanied home Sumlny by number (rem here nnve her cousins. Mini's Ednn nnd Gcnevia Quito been ntendlng the series of meeting Dean. t Pleasant Grove, By consult of the church and for Messrs. H. R- - Montgomery nnd J. the convenience of the paster, Kev. some I. Crawford ioM to Mr. Center Mnnley. during the month of Augut, cattle nt 6 nnd C4ct. per lb. the services will be on the 'Jnd. SunMr. nnd Mrs. Wm. Vanderpool nnd day and 4th. Saturday afternoon and M1dren, were guest of Mr. nnd Mrs. Sunday. Hancs nt Lexington Friday. Mrs. A. B. Clark and children, of Mr. nnd Mr. W. N. Grow were Madison county, spent Inst week with guejts of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Grow her mother. Mrs. Elizabeth Ontott- Miss Fannie Ellington Atertained Saturday and nttended forvices at a number of her friends to dinner this place. Messrs. M. L. Montgomery nnd V. Sunday. delivered to Mr. Henry Miss Bcnnie Montgomery returned L. Grow Ruble tome cattle Monday at Cct. Sunday from a two week visit with per pound. her sister, Mrs. E. H. Clark in Hoylc. Miss Filda Grow was the guest of Rebecca Holtxclnw, who has Mr. been spending two weeks with her Master Stanley and Lucy Teater at filter. Mrs. E. F. Scott nnd other rela- - Hanly Friday. Practice Profitable. THREE PURPOSES OF LEGUMES Universal Rule to Plant In Tint I' Good Growth Before Freezing Weather Of Ctpec.1 Value to Truckers. IITfarr. bt l USE MT. HEBRON y. cnw I'lnntli'R n ti nt loll In September cowr or preen i. mutter w lilcli. re.i. III It. of I 1J1M Stall AetWultutp i l- - CALUMET ' the United .Slates. ji) Hie r i I State Department of .Urtcultme Clover, vetch, ami other lei:.:!.ie mtiv the triple ptirpoe of niMlntf humus to the soli, nccmutilatlug nitrogen, nnd preventing soil crohm. With Mime tender berry mill fruit crop they iiImi erc tn protect the tint-hiroot." from severe winter wciithe ef the nitrogen running plants. mc It largely ut n cmcr cnip .u In the fall and plowed uihIit In the spring to udil organic mutter to the nrlc problem soil. The couT-eroj- i latvely wli It locality, but fur overwinter pnrMies there I one rule which ' e nit 1 the Economy BAKING POWDER A Big Time and Money Saver V ctsrnnita AluMJl Calumet t you know . mi mere wm . uil J Central Holiness Camp Meeting THIS CAMP GROUND IS LOCATED AT WILMORE, K1. , nml llint I to tit the croii In the ground in time to secure jootl grim lli before fretting wentlirr. A Prcctlee of Lenp,' Standing. The use of diner or some oilier egtline to eiirlih the soil Is Sclicrull) considered n en Ml nit I nrsrictiltunil practice In the luimlil ertlins or the L'nlteil Suites. It antedate hy of ii century the monumental discover) that lesmiic lore up liltro-Kefrom the air. The belief that Imer un u vulunhle Improver rcted Is tiiilM-rmil- no loss or failures. That's why it is far less expensive than some other brands sellincr for less. De 1 Don't b led into taking Quantity for Quality Calumet proved best by test in millions of Bake-Dacontests. Largest selling brand in the world. Contains only such ingredients as have been approved by U. S. Pure Food Authorities. y x tbrei-four- th DATE JULY 20th to 30th PREACHERS: Bishop l V. V, Darlington, C. M. Dunawny and II. C. Morrison. SINGEItS: Rev. G. S. Pollock and wife. Many prcachm and a great company of the Lord's people arc arranging to be present. Write at once for cottage or tent. Preachers will be entertained free. For information, write to Dr. C. L. Thompson. Secretary, Wilmore, Kentucky. ence was substantiated by the of tin- - relation between the legume anil the nodule bacteria. Other legume, as the cowjieu, the Jiimu rimer nml bur elmer In the South, Htii! crlmvin clove? oil the Atlantic ciKist, bate nmit1 Into ue lu the terrltnrj, not well ndaited to red clmer. The various vetches are held In wliletprenil fator. illflerent vnrie-ti- e being employed according to and crop conditions. The time of planting and the best crop to use Is a matter which local roiulltlon inut dlctati Along the e ltrt on erleliee, and later experi- The World's Greatest Baking Powder BRYANTSV1LLE Latest Hnppeninua From Gnrrnrd's home NEWS West End EXPERTS LIST Capitol (4 use tif Lom (Ily Miss Mayme Lee Hallard) Mrs. H. C. Hose was in Nicholas-vill- Shipments of Live Stock tn e LEAVEL CREEN Mis Elsie Clark has been on the sick list for a few days. Crops are looking fine in this section, and everybody is busy. Mr. and Mrs. Dudley Green, of Berea, visited home folks Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Tellle Green visited Mr. and Mrs. John Merryman near CARTERSVILLE Mrs. F. M. Carter continues very sick. Mrs. J. T. Allen visited Mrs. L. J. Monday. Mis Z.lllnh Dawes spent Monday in I.exinKton. Mr. nnd Mrs. M. O. Kenmsiy spent Kriday in Lincoln. Mis.i Addle Mae Marsec has been v.sit nc relatives at Sprinirfield. Mrs. K. II. Hallard and Miss Mayme shopplnc Hallard were tn l)anille Carter Saturday. Rev. W. H. Bryant Good Hope Sunday. preached at tancaster Sundny. Mr. and .Mrs. Jenning Mosler arc rejoicing over the arrival of a little daughter, named Ruth Mae. Mr. Robert Shaw and little daughter, Viola, visited his mother, who is Logan lson. Mr. I. II. Hurten, ef Danville, was Cover Crop Should Make Fair Amount of Growth Before It It Turned here Wednesday, the guest of Mrs. Under. W. K. Davis. Rev. A. V. Jones, ef Wilmore, was very HI, at Crab Orchard Sunday. north Atlantic limit It ! considered beet to get thee crop In from the the weekend guest ef Mr. and Mrs. Miss Loratne Davis had the mistlrt tn the mlddln of August, while W. II. Swope. fortune to burn her foot rather painIn the extreme .South the planting may Mrs. J. Hagan Hallard and Mrs. fully by dropping a pan of hot starch. be deferred to early October, In the '.n and Billy Messrs. Guy Robinson hairy vetch In favored O. '.J. Moreland were shoppers extreme North Richmond were Sunday legume coter, or green manure Danville Friuay. Winkle, of an a crop, hut rye N also largely planted. Miss Stella llerriin. of Lancaster, visitors of Miss Helen and Master From middle reiinsylvnula to th ha returned home after n visit with Fred Robinson. north Ataliauiu line crimson clover Mrs. Florence Hallard. Woods View School opened MonIn the extreme give good result. good attendance under the Mrs. A. T. Scott, Jr., asst. Cashier day with n South bur clover, vetch, and rrlmson direction of the ctlicicpt teacher, clover isje ueil, as well us velvet of the Hank of Hryantsvilte, is a week'n vacation. Mrs. John Tudor, of Manse. bean and cowpeu. Broadcasting Seed la Favored. Mr. and Mrs. A. T .Scott. Sr., of An ice cream supper will be given at Woods View school house Saturday Method with cover crop vury greut-ly- . Lancaster, were guests Sunday of Mr. evening, July 22nd., for the benefit In the South they are customarily and Mr. A. T. Scott, Jr. sowed between rows) of cotton at the of the school. All are invited and Rev. 11. A. Dawes and Mrs. Dawes It I also common to No, this country s not going to lut picking. plenty of ice cream and cake are InVan Thursday to visit Mr. sow the winter crop between corn were in Can't be found. the sured. rows before harvcit. Wherever clean nnd Mrs. Colliver C. Dawe. Mr. and Mrs. M. O, Kennedy were cultivation U pructlccd the soli Is likely to be in hupc for broadcast- week-enguests of Mr. and Mrs. ing the miiI. If convenient, It rati be Robert Hutchinson, in Hoyle. InlMrTVn'IBnHnsMIl harrow ed In, In orchards a light burMr. Raymond King, of Cement, rowing or disking may he employed If the ground U free from nod. Care Calif., was a dinner guest of Mis must, of course, be taken not to Injure Mayme Lee Hallard Saturday. the roots. The crop U usually plowed Mr. and Mrs. Robert Halcomb and under III Uie spring, but this Is not Imtn col- title son, of Wilmore, were Sunday dune with ortlmriU. lected in all parts of the United States guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. II. Hal- khuwk a general benefit from this form comb. of agriculture. Mrs. O. M. Moreland, Misses Cover crop ure of especial vulue to and Amy Dawes were in Danville small gurdenern and truckers, who last Tuesday for the "tea" given by mid It both dltllcult and often to otitiiln ftable manure. They Mrs. Hughes Jackson. add the huiau which U so ueceuary Miss Mrs. O. M. Moreland and to iimllitiilli a god lilijslcul cuiidltloii Zlllah Dawes .attended the reception Khnt I j more iwntlmrntal thun a wilding Invitation?. of the soli. Certainly It Is not a intra mechanical product lo bt given by Mrs. Hush Nichols, WednesLUMtir. Cheap finery luillei .round to the elinaiu-a- t work la easily within in Danville. U K'nrratly iHnuPixiliiUntf Our AVERAGE FARM day afternoon, PROBLEMS OF every occarwch- - anil ws liv cornel samples Mr. Raymond King, of Cement, sion and every iiium. Calif., arrived Saturday for a visit One of the Most Important It to Work to Obtain Profit to relatives. He was cnlled here by From Each Department. the serious Illness of his brother, Mr. Howard King. &j To urrauge the work of the farm mi Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Joseph, of that each ilqwrtinciit inn beunade to L. LOU IK VI ILK turn u prollt la oue of the Important Lancaster, accompanied by Mrs. C. problems of the average farm. Where Doner and Mis Doner, of Louisville, silos are udJcd to the farm building were here Sundny, the guests of Mr. a I'hanice of furm management muM C. C. Ilecken. follow. I.exs hay la needed, lemi lau! Mrs. Rebecca Holtxclnw, of LexingU reuulrwl for pasture, more stin-- can Hourne, on the land, more land muM ton and Mrs. Hcttie Scott, of be kept niilllclen have returned to their home after he ued for corn, or at least com must he planted to III) the slln. pending several day with their sislabor Is required to feeil the ter, Mrs. Nan Mullins. ttoek, hut more must be provided durMrs. W. T, King returned to her of silo filling. ing the short bow-bowd 7 'M-lah the Several from here attended baptizing at Lnwsons Chapel Sunday. Mr. A. R. Carter and G. I. Head Sunday as were called, to Corbin gunrds for the railroad. Mrnad Mrs. Sam Davis and daughter, Lorane, were guests of Mr. anil Mrs. It. M. McQuerry Sunday. Mrs. Pauline Pennington and children, of Berea. were the week-en- d guests of her mother, Mrs. C. S. Roop. Miss Genevia Armburst and Rev. W. E. Roberts, of Cincinnati, is visiting her uncle, Mr. C. S. Roop and family. Mr. and Mr. Robert Shaw, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Stinette, Mr. and Mrs. Hump McQuerry were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Boian Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Emard Clark and family, Mr. ad Mrs. Dudley Green, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Clark were guests of .Mr. and Mrs. John Clark Sunday. Friday. Mr. Sid Poor and son, William, of Wilmore, were guest Sunday of Mr. at liyattsville, Saturday after spending several weeks with her sw. Mr. Howard King, who has been ! such a serious condition. Mrs. U N. Miller, ef Lancaster, and sister, Mr. K. W. tlott awl of Richmond, daughter, MaHriae, visited their uncle, Mr, J. M. Edward and Mrs. Kdwards Sunday. The two week' revival service at Pleasant (Jreve church closed Sunday night. The sermons ef Rev. M. A. Hart, of Danville, were very interesting. Miss Katherine Warrinur had charge of "the tinging the second week and it was greatly enjeyed. July is the month to return your nseraent. Kvery property ewrer and male citizen 21 years ef age. in Garrard county .s reieueited t torn to my elflce and give me their A. T. Tax Cam. at the There will he a lervlce Methodist church the fifth Sunday, both merning and evening, by the pnstor. Rev. A. P. Junes. As there are enly n few reasaining Sunday before the Annual Conference convenes it is especially urged thnt all the members attend these service if Heavy rc Lri.nctun. Ky Mltssig cueh summer from injury death ami shrinkage in sMpmesst ef lrvc steek are raued largtry kjr inf - kto Stt, possible. Mr. and Mrs. Jed T. Dunn. Mr. Jack II. Dunn, Mis Hayne West, of Lexington, were dinner guest- - ef Mr. and Mrs Kd Perkins SunJay. They came over tn attend the vial service at Pleasant drove, conducted by the Rev. M. A. Hart, of Danville. The many friend of Mrs. Hrneet (iosney will regre tto hear that she wu taken seriously ill Friday and wns compelled to undergo an opera, tlen nt the Doyle county hespitnl Knt- wrda) morning. It is hoped that the operation will prove successful nndi that Mrs. (Iosney will soon recover. Wedding Invitations tr 1 Ar-ran- Messrs. Ruseell P. Drown, It. II Halcomb and W. J. Hreiulu enter-tain a number of their friend hist Friday evening at a tish dinner at their club house on the Kentucky river. The guet included Mr. K. Ijickey, of Knnsa City, Mo., Mcwr. William Walker and Prescott llrvn, of Lancaster, Messrs. J. Ilognn HaThe First Engtlth Oulnea. llard, W. 11. Cunningham, Jen The lUssiUh cnluen wan llrt coined In HITS, ml derived lu iiiiiiik frem and Arch Dreadus. It Is amazing how much one iwiy the furl tlml l he j.i.1,1 f w,Uli It was at nrt cHiu.tl t un,,, from Culm a, learn about so common a thing as a from ulwme It kitchen range. One gets this feeling IntreHd ItrllMi hm broiiuht hack by fortune seeker. to the fullest extent while listening Hal-com- proper method ef WandNnf; the amV ml at shipping points, marketing sevcialtoH at the College ef Ayrfsjui-tur- e ay. A ax thing which udtlt Vo the comfort of animals tn transit diminishes the danger of Uwses, tl!eir suggestion on shipping poiRt nut. "Defnre having animals placed in them, cars should be cleaned care, fully and bedded with sand or some ether similar betiding, the use of these being preferable to sawsiutt and shavings," D. G. Card, one wf the specialists, said. "Stock will reach the market In better condition, if fed the usual amount ef dry feed, mted ef bc4g fed excessively just before shiftidngt Clubs, whip and (wins should be eliminated, as far as pestible, in load, animals, a the use ef these ing cause bruises and a consequent loss of meat." ,000. pound steers may "About be leaded safely in a standard Ottr ear." he said. "Danger of may be reduced hy parti. Uoning ntr bulls, viciou animals with horns, cake and cows with onlves. Cattle fed on dry feed a day or two prevteu to shipment will roach mar. ket in better condition than thoe allowed to till up on water ami prats. "From HO to 100 hog, depending upon their Mze, may be fhippfsl in a single deck standard thirty-six-focar. from 10,000 to 17,000 phm4 making a good car load in hot weather. In summer the bedding for hogs should be drenched thoroughly with water and in extremely hot weather front S00 to 800 pound or ice should be broken up and placed oh the tloor of the car or hung up in sack. "It is beet to give thow dry fwl before shipping instead of OMtilg them with water and swiM. as is (Um the case. "From U to ltd kimU iWy he loaded safely In a single dock atnml' ard thirty-six-focar." ti 1 ot oc hj Complete line of Samples at E 1 The Central Record Ofl'ice. JI to the factor)' expert located at the store of Conn Druthers all this week, a he explain the manufacture and use of the Great Majestic Range. To encourage caller to buy n Majestic Range during the week of the demonstration each purchaser I given his choice of two line sets of cooking utensils absolutely free with each range. Have Settled Plan for Work. m.-Hre lu ii slate of per-- ll eMliflloli. 'Ihe lire llllill) apiHtrenily as busy us but they liewr it)lilee mi) tiling It ,o use working uiiIm there U a settled plan. The h'h aetltllles shouhl he carefully kcliemed-- to uiaiiy hours for rk. so timiiy hours fur study, so many for healthy relaxatlonHIr IL UiMMlmaii llurbrldge. Swo Ui, The Contral Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, July 20 1922. 7 BILL'S SECRET By DOROTHY LUCE America's BUDWE1SEKU I laaanl 1 LOST! 250 Pimple. 736 BUckhetieU ml 3 Boila! No rstrard It offert, bsrs.uin they are lost fore.erf No nueatlon will 1st asksil, ecpt one question. "How JU you lose them? Tnero Is hut on snawcr, I cut out nw fal treat' mnta and guesswork, t umkI onn of Iht moat f'wrrful I.Wi. purifiers and f Known, an i thti it H. H. H.i Now my fac Is plnklnh. my akin clear aa a roia, my chttka aro fillet out and my rheumatism, too, la rone'" This will t your xpflnc,. too. tf you try 8. H. H. It Is to bo purely trcsUM In alt Its remarkably erfoe . B. B. a live mallclnal means a now history for you from now IhM on' H. H. M. Is sol I at aft ilru storiM rsildy In two slzss. Th Urter tlo la tho mors conomleaL i. lesh-tiull.ler. Incre-llents- Ike Ideal rackagp for the Home Picnic and Outing Crab Orchard Bottlinf Co. Cm b Orchard, Kentucky 1 " Siamese Superstition, hut poor, hmlifiil lllll, tMiikiiu denk ii ltd the Incrlliiliiutlui etld'ii e eotittaled, felt qillle liiiiimi(ort. ' IIimi ut, lieuin to-- i lillslftllly l to ntoi nt liny proml.' on nu jvi orrnalon im thin, lie hud rHitiiied one clrl tlmt uu nil that hitvr IllU'a mother. (ileHiu- -l uitli her oir choke, lnvlti-- 1 Marjorle n week In town with them 'Pin atllted lila ltrr lioru. It imniit a (flmlire to nec't Marjorle'a rett dree nt clme ruiuc nml vrliu eiipj' fotlie of the lileu; liehlen, le mntlnee. mrtlei imd the roinpMiinri,i of a ulrl of her imn Bk'e. Her InothiT would lie eupwlully lenient. he knew. "How doe It feel to lie Ml SB Ceil V" he niked Mnrjorle when they were itlone, Inlklni: rather loo Intlimitel) of their Mriiial affair, aa jouint Klrl have a way of dolut;. And Mnrjorle, reMiinllni: to Ihim'a lSer illetlona, coutldeil, utnoliit other thlnit. "And we're to have no secret from each other" then," exclaimed Doni Joyfully "you know whnt' n Itliraj dek ulid he won't let any of uu open It." ..jMld lnrjorle ;T.mIy. ul a or uouiit LTL'ttinini; to troiilile hp fitltUllied, lirlslitellltli:, im nl rjk him tonlKht i know hell tell . e.uy ai far br Vltcwr irieiixK When lllll and Mnrjorte liceuHi.' hi , CM'-they agreed. 1tli true tlmt they would lm' ii' MiTtta from eiieli other. .i Thl iV lilt, Nppr M oer' I u Jluriorle t iv 1 rs.l that ilsrlss oitti m tltttr, pr, fllt ta. "S. S, S. Ii for tale at McRoberU Dru? Store". Glngtr for Poultice.. Closer enn bf ued Instead of mut-tar- d for poultice and lnce ictnger Is aot o stroiu' It di- -i nut hlliter. then-woul- Dally Thought. Virtue I bold and goodness never fearful. ShskeH:ire. A Thought for tht Day. woman should be kissed or left alone, but never nked for a klit. rrorn ".S'lghtfull." A Th Orater Charaetsr. Tho mnn who see irreatneis Is hlm elf n creator m.in thnn the man who merely ocs HniltatliKH .Inhtt ll.illey. "Wattrtd Stack." Tills It a coiuniercUl unJ finnclal term. To water', stmk Is to fnlnrgn or li.crente the number of slian" of ttiKk without ii proiKirtlonste Increato of paid In caitul. Watered stick" means stock trentcl In the umnner t. "h. " Beer In KaTpt- - IWr wai taied mer "Snob, of Tmd 2,000 Yjr, 2,J jesra ago Ago. Powerful Thought. The people of Tonga are known a " When the "snob of tin- Queen Victoria's .rmd m went to Australia ami did ih.i visit the laud tney etplalned It by saying I lie ladle Of ToQga Well- - rt tlCUUtlful tll IJHCvO I'm-lfl- tht Paclnc" Oh If we would tenr uld Hie veil The Siamese have In their house ninl e jiut for mi hour what It an even numler of windows, doors, to le II wrill III I lie power of room and cupboard, for they hnve a an indies life. what ii revelation It superstition regarding ilil numbers aa I ti "tin HI would be How. harbinger, of hail luck nnd something llut lllll wnulil tint tell her "Darn to be avoided. Natural)' speed Ik mule Cpi.d wa nfrxKl. cojote ie. I& mile uu dour, a prairie w.'f .rt mite grc)hmind 19, T. .u'. egit of Animal.. Imv tuetisured rt.-- in n motor animal rar. A elk SS td antelope IE. of Phone, fi One everv give tin t phone n tl mmu'Ii UMihtiie In alcohol. Cart Take the mooloplo. e Mtxl Mir alcohol thrwogti the Utile hole into sucer. nli lite receiver with a !) HI uIm cloth wet with hIcoImM the parts dry, but lei the !,. Inl evnp orate. Alrotxd I iH.e uf the inott effective aiilleiln kit. mil, olT Prolific Sturgeon. Ttie ltuslaii sturgevH. known n beluga or ulieo, I verj large It ha Why Sunday It Sunday. been known to grow to Hie length .if JH Ilae on eer wondered wliy Sun-daI to 2ft feet Mint t weigh :!. .uild hi rnll.it ? It imt heeiiUM' It I At spawning tliHe, n f. nolle ir.Hu,e k'eherull) ii nny. Imt ue It a friwi I'jkh.U'i to ,.KS.. lvn j I h. day on uhl. li. In olden tline, nr. tlttitlitg from .Hie nttii to oiietiiini of hli wm offered to h un liy our ! the entire weight of the ti., pagan Hlu'etor Camphor Coin, From. of our rn!iihor ronieii from Foriuoa, Jai'nii ami I'hliia. lu China whole famine sometime hate nharea In a lnirle tree, ltlee the ouuerthlp of a tree ha, heeii klinti to he uliurvd 'jjr "J,("l iieople. Stit Whin ohdurnte, with a ntlllihorntie Hint llemvd her lint It hurt, lieVerlhe nnd the hurt Hnnlly cn-out of all proportion to the ratiw In furt Mnrjorle heriu-lnever renllred he enme to hrenklni; the enciiO'' liieiit durlne the dnya Hint folloveil, Alone tocether, they Ixith inalntallieil a ullen nloofne. lllll wn In that kid." he mutteriil. ".She'a for eer prjlntf Into muneiiiie' afrulm." llarjorle coated nt flrt. Imt Hill wn Hit Own Builder of Character. Kvery mnn build bis own world, cnu makes his own ajtu'xjibye, All l fyars. douLti, despair i'ud slott!) LitfiaT Id? whole life will be Intluencpi to ?bH:n and disaster; or he rnn keep the atmosphere cliir, transparent and sweet by dltpelllnit every cloorny, envfuua, mnllclou thuuiiht. y't'ldlilktio. r.nrSy-TS- oj "Huniat, walks ibmn tn'e in onler to arrive at some other place beside the one hj MiirM for. j know- - better. He doe thilt IlU'iely tii so I run bite at It. thin Jerk It nway ami put the other one up for me to nip at. He can't fool me!" Wayside Tales. Tf.n-- sffT? le. f how-nea- The Best Pay Best The r. Reason Why They y :iii.ii FIRST ANNUrtL EXHIBITION OF THE STANFORD FAIR ASSOCIATION STANFORD, - - - KENTUCKY He had left her for the nldtt nnd wa nhoilt to oen the denk that linil caused o much trouhle In hi youni; life, when he puddenty tlioitcht, "And she'll lie col n if home after tomorrow" He enve the desk a vlrloui kick nnd. tlliiclne the key nrro the riMim. he dmped hl hend Into hi nrni nnd did whnt very little hoy do sometime when their punltiment teems too hnnl to hear. Team, tike Inuehter, must end aotue time, hnweter, Imt It wa a dejected jotitiK man who left Hill's nxim the next inomlnc. I'erhap that waa why he forgot nil ahout the key Iorn found It when he went to nuke up hi hed, nnd Joy. fully called to Marjorle. "Shall I open ItT ahe kUcIoI. "It Is Immaterial to me," Marjorle answered with n coolnein that made Horn look up nhnrply nnd enve her an Inkllne of the true state of affair. It wa tht. perhaps, that decided her. for with n quick turn she the desk anil rolled hack the cover. The tlmt thine that causlit tier eye waa ome pamphlets plleil neatly up, lookeil at the left. She picked It over with a puttied frown, then fairly nrreamed with Inushter. "Oh, dear, oh, dear!" she rocked hack and forth, miahle to control tier mirth, "Just listen, Marjorle. Let me rend you these tltUs 'How to Win Her," by John Iientan (!rny, pmfessor of psycliolocy at MUhlitan university. When and How to rrowe.' 'How to Hold Your Wife's AffVctlon.' The Are Best THEY WERE BRED IN OLD KENTUCKY Let tis tell yeu what we have now READY FOR SALE. Dixie SANDERS A BROS. & J. M. AMON, PROP. LANCASTER, KY. Stock Farms. dan-Kcn- oe Beware of Boll on th Lip. boll on the uper Hp seem a trifle, but It I extremely It mil for the irreatet ex erclse of Judk'tneiit on the oart of the surgeon, for deuth Is likely whether the boll be let nlone or whether It he lahced. And deuth ililiilly comes with In two or three dii). Island of Minorca. Mlliorcu Is an Island belonging to Spnln, havlni; been reded to that roiin-trby Oreat llrltnln In IKrJ ut the I'eace of Amiens. It had belonged to Great llrttslii during u large part of The second the Klgtiteenth century. largest Island of the lluleiirlc group, pjara Minorca has nn nreu of '."ii miles and a population of over :U).00i). Hard to Bellevs. The myth that n stick carried Inverted will turn over when It U abote the H)liit where u successful well run be dug has been controverted for centuries. The United Stale geological survey has lued a voluminous bulletin on the subject. y Sue-cesitf- MarrliK.'" Ts. French Rtvtlutlon. The Trench Revolution rommrnred July U, 1789, with the destruction of the bastlle, and lasted until July 27. 1701, when the national convention Kobespterre und put an end to the Itelgn of Terror. In November of the same )ear the Directory waa established. It remained In power until overthrown by Napoleon, er Conducted By Caswell Sauf ley Post of American Legion 18 "Oh, dear, oh, dear I This I too funny I Won't I tense him! Just wait." Mnrjorle was conscious of a crcat relief nnd also of n aiince of tender' ness, almost motherdlXe In Its under' stnndlne. "Vou mutt never tell nn)oue of this." she warned Porn firmly, ns the Ctrl locked the desk nnd placed tlio key where she hnd fnaud It. Ami Horn N never did. lllll wondered ut the sudden chniiite In Mnrjorle, but took hU kimhI luck without questioning I tc wonder til still more ut the mischievous twinkle In her eye when, u llttM luter, he said Impulsively, "Just the same, MnrJIe, I think If one bus mi undcrstandlnK of p)iltoloi;y. he call l!4l nli)tlilnK be wiints." Rfd Heads, rttad. A ht.om Im about IHV tsul hairs i;rouliu out of the sculp. SMnker snys till nt ineullon of New r.ucliiinl bnlrdreir. The Hi; ii re seim uubollenbly lurk'e. Vet It Is low, llrtinctti"! uveriik'e 110, U bulnt. blonde, IIH.imi. Scientist", I'luln'iltik' ptehMorlc mun wns as hulry u u monkey, suy that u IH thlliuess of hnlr or bublies of superior mentality, future men ull Is the priMlctloii. buhl us i'k-If the scientists ure rlitht. th redhead must be u super nil e 1 V, 17VJ. CONDENSED STATEMENT OF The Garrard Bank & Trust Go LANCASTER, KENTUCKY JUNE 30th, 1922. Resources Loans and Discounts Due from Hanks Cash S. Hoiuls ILinkhiK House $31G,991.29 21,000.08 14.751.-ll Wednesday, Thursday. Friday, l 1,800.00 8,000.00 1.2G3.99 Over Drafts TOT A I Liabilities Capital Stock Surplus and Undivided Profits Deposits Due to Hanks HH1, $2,500 WRITE FOR CATALOGUE $300,811.80 ' $ 50,000.00 1922 20,107.09 29C.280.20 358.51 $300,811.80 IN PREMIUMS, H. C. Davis, Sccty. Tht Onirtd Information. (tsklni; leadlui; t'npopulur ,ctre part In truk'iil)') Oh! here mn tuy mother bet tiullery Voliv Site's ieddllnic apple on Kill Ii TOTAL unue. 4 PER CENT ON TIME AND SAVINGS S. Lynn Davis, Prcst. "Hr Inflnlta VaHsty." Old llacli All woman are Hie same, Heuedlct That's all you know. Why veil one woman Isn't Uie s4iu for ay Uugtu of tluio. We sell travelers Cheques, which are good in the United States and all foreign countries. The Central Record, Lancaster Ky. Thursday, July 20, ( 1 922. FREE Absolutely FREE K3NKt covering such cases, nnd those laws nre rclentlesly enforced, our highways will continue to be a menace instead of a pub-- : lie benefit. It is worth while Set Cooking Ware WE HAVE A FACTORY MAN DEMONSTRATRANGE AND A VISIT TO OUR STORE WILL CONVINCE YOU OF ITS ING THIS WONDERFUL SUPERIOR QUALITIES. A HANDSOME SET OF WARE FREE WITH EV- ERY RANGE SOLD DURING DEMONSTRATION. COME AND LOOK EVEN THOUGH YOU DO NOT WANT TO BUY. watching performances of young men who have completed their education nnd are just starting oil their business careers. You will note that some go j quietly to work, continue faith fully at their tasks, and are often surprised when it is time to knock off for the day. Others don't start until the last stroke of the clock and quit at the first. ' One class of those young sters will get along in the world nnd rise as they go. One basic cause for dissatis The others will never set the faction, unrest and strike in world artro. They won't even the coal mining industry is create a smudge. found in the fact that there nre SO per cent more miners Joint' of our esteemed for- in the country than are needed eign governments are strongly to supply the normal demand and religiously of the opinion for coal. The result is that that the United States should the miners are employed only go to the financial rescue of about 200 days out of the II Kl Germany. working days in a year; th" Hut it is not a new thought, rest of the time they are idle. or suggestion. miners, however, desire Having squeezed the last The nnd expect sufficient wages for ounce of blood from their vanthe 200 days work to support quished antagonists, they now their families .105 days anil as pine because there is no more a rule, refuse to work at anyblood to be squeezed. thing else during the IKS days They would have us shovel of enforced idleness in the the gold into the top of the mines. At least of German hopper while they those engaged in mining ought, deftly extract it from the botin economical soundness, to be tom. diverted to other linos of inA beautiful .chemo, but undustry, but witli several milfortunately we are blind, deaf lions of unemployed men and and dumb, and can't see, hear women in the country, it is. of or shv yes. course, much easier to point Uivf the old joker a shave out the need than to effect the before trotting it out again. reform. the ar back to 150 in 1920. 'Miners, earned in 1110!) an nvcrage of $5110 a year, which had increased to $1,280 in 11)1 3 nnd remained about the same in 1919 and 1020. Factory em- -' ployees earned $571 in 1900 and in 1918, $1.1 17. Railroad employees earned in 1909 $051 nnd in 1918, $1,!194. While factory and railroad employees have sulfered considerable reduction in wages from their "High Peak" in 1918, it has not been anything like the reduc Won of profits or earnings in curred by the farmers, who are level tonearer to the pro-wday than any other class of in dustry. Save Trouble These Hot Days and get YOUR Ice Gream We can furnish you any quantity in con venient sanitary packages. ixpm us. McRobsrts Drug Store. Here's a t .ancc Wife. surpr m' y:..r i J TKr N-- down to the r one-thir- d demonstration of the Majest.c IUnr-helall this week at the store if ( .'i Hrothcr. After lettmt; the fac'"rv expert explain how perfectly t' heat-tigrorwtrurtitw will her to contrnl the heat in bakin?, per mitting her to w the permanen1 lutrou beauty of the Great Majr tie, tell htr that you've alrea.U botiirht a MajtwUc ami that the t.ri ha thrown in free, her choice of Inn line eU of coohtMR utemuU man! Hat won't she he tickl.-1- ' ht onev TO LOAN mai OS FARMS Interest I 5 r I 1- -2 Sue Shelby Mason ; i;i ll-1 ( t rt .- V tf AUtrai t. r St ASTKK. Kt CONN BEOS. "Live and Let Live Folks." Made by I.oUHir)lle Joint Stock Land Hank, organized und operating under the provisions of the Federal t Farm Art. In amount from On im- $2,500.00 to 184.000 00. The Senate Chaplain has proved farm land. Interest rate, I plunged. The while capitalists and workmen been on his job since April per cent. Term 33 year. Pay-- ' The other, his vision haggle over the quostion of 2 1st. Probably gave it up as menta on amortization plan N com $1.50 a Year.! luurd Weekly. I by the darkness cast by his wages. mission to pay. Payable in Advance. hopeless. only clouds own shadow, seea For full Information address or cannot, of The Government ' .f. E. ROBINSON. Editor. Tomlmson & Ha), AttV tall on where the sun is beginning to course, force mon to work on It. L. ELKI.V. Local Editor nnd Mcr. t. Brink shine. Nothing satilles him. I.o-ti- Central Record first duty of a Government, j plu thing after all. The mining of coal and running senator Itorah warns Conof railroads are essential to the gress about wasting money. comfort and the very lives of the people, and the Govern- Somebody ought to warn Borah ment cannot permit these es- about wasting his breath. sential industries to be crippled fortune in German mark has it With the railroads and mine now rclHNi a (Mum vans jrooti for one smoke. problems staring him in the first face, Mr. Harding has comis the If people wh fall in loe at first law of nature, and preservation pletely changed his mind about Mtfht wouU refrain from Uk.ne .t look and protection of the people is) government being such a sim-th- e second in the there wouU be world. voree A Courage Needed Sale Betflns Saturday Farm Loans 60 DAYS Flour 79 & 89c You save the Difference! R. J. ENGLE Nc.ir IVH't , ' lnnr.istt'rh a day when they do not exist. Nothing pleases him, bocause he is unable even to please Tcrifn Ad.trti.iBg HiplnnUQM himself. He is just there, can't THE AMERICAN PHEM ASSOCIATION help it ,and wouldn't if lie could. Lancaster, Ky., July 20. 1922 Each of us is one or the other or in between and don't know Rate, For Political Announcement,. which way to turn. For Precinct ami City Offices . B.OO Think well before speaking 10.00 For County Offices look twice before you turn. For State und District OfficM. 18.00 .10 For Onlls, per line No railroad company would 10 Pur Curd, pur line Fur all publications in the interever dream of employing an est of individuals or expres-1o- n engineer who hail been found of individual Wows, per drunk at the throttle. He .10 line .05 would bu discouraged instantly Obituaries, per line Entered at the Post Office in Ky., as Second-Clas- s Mall Matter. Lan-caste- r, because he expects miracles in wary, AuruU and would find difficulty in finding employment on that or Announcement any otliur road. Wu are authorised to aMance Our courts and civil authorlimn. Uttlpk Gilbert a candidal to UMetxl himself in Conic re, subjoet ities, however, show letw to the action of the Democratic pri acumen than do our buei-iietw cor-pot-ati- , 192U. One man any: "TliHeu are noj good, but thoy will foe butter .seme tiny, and in the moan-tim- e I will just do I can and bo thankful that I can tlu that much when the world tho-bost U topsy-turvy- ." Another man sty: "Times It's a struggle to kuup soul and body together. Everything is up in the air und I don't know what we are coming to." Two sidus of human nature -- the optimistic niufThe pes- are awftil. drunken man at the wheel of an automobile can terrorixe pedeetriaitti and other motoritita and kill and maim and gft oSr with x nominal ttne or no at all, depending upon hw political or financial drag and the snrewdneoci of his nttornoy. Such a condition of affairs is totally without reason or jusA pun-iahment tice. A man found at the whoel of a car while intoxicated should be deprived of his right to drive for all future time. If he kills or maims while in that condition he should go to the gallows or to the penitentiary, regardloM of who or what he simistic. One man is enjoying life under difficulties, doing his part towartl making the world happier and leading it out of the is. Until we have drastic chaos into which it hits been laws Time and repentance may cleanse his soul, but an eternity It is interesting to compare his name. the earnings of men in diller-ou- t cannot clear lines of industry. The hearing of the House of Rep Card of Thanks resentatives on "The Agricul We wish to thank our many friends tural Crisis ami its Causes" who were so kind to us during the show that the average profit or ickntM and death of ur durliiii: pay received by the farmers, baby, Hurl. KspoeiaUy do we tuhnk ran from :tll in 1909 up to Olvln PvytunMr. and Mn. Ztick Hester, Jr. $1,110 in 1919, and slumped - the railroads and in the minrs at wages they deem inadequ ate, nor should it do so. Nor enn the Govornment nor should it, forco-min- e or railroad own- wages wnicn mey ers to pay regard as excessive. But, ef fort to bring the conflicting in terests into agreement failing, the Government can nnd should say: "The mines and the rail roads MUST be run. There are men willing and able to run them if you men won't. Ami these men shall be protected while they are running them." If the Govornment said this, and backeti up it words with the full power of its strong right arm, thei;e would bo very Men won't little trouble. fight the Government, once they are convinced the Government is earnest. But a week, vacillating, uncertain Govern ment policy in. of course, an in vitation to opposition, disorder and violence. We have had too much weakness ami vacillation in dealing with such cries as the railroatl and i coal situations present. C'nnVt we have a lit courage on the tle part of our Govornment in the present emergency V red-blood- At The eoeeoooi.o There comes a time in the life of every man when he pauses upon the brink. He is face to faeu with tht crucial moment of his career, when another step forward may mean riehos, yot wealth that is, stained by the odium o intentional and deliberate wrong. t If he takes the forward step his fate is sealed. He may re punt of his act and make res-- . titutJon, but the memory cannot be eradicated from the j minds of hut generation. If he retraces his steps and seta a different course he may not achieye the riehus that arej all but within his grasp, iluti li retains honor, which wealth' cannot buy; respect, which integrity alone will command:, and contentment, which is the heritage of a clear conscience. The friend of today whom you admire and welcome to your home did not respond to the stained blandishments of a He chose glittering future. the path of honor. The man whom you alum, the one to whom your door is ever closed, took the forward htep. ,0 ft '):-,-'- ., De Laval cream maket the best butter ftm. ' u!f cxvHUcnI.1lnto.uMTT, the ttlur c lii VI IETI irjR ,m nU IumI el ImlUf bum it jam ei.m dnnj. wJI rule, li f d Ciram U Buntim! m'AMocuUua mc4 I ttt tUitnJ tvtMjrtclii tttn tf L., J liu roe la Urftrt mii wit. or Ina thnrJ mua Oc L tUrpiil (rra nut ,tWJ , NiImxuI f.ijr to pmt llul De aulr, brtlrt bullet, Cttrjr LJ tM I(It Huj-.t- t liao Butter 7 Jllj TbrDeLi.dSrfiutfcrfuButua. aj U. niu tt lorf M.tiuSUIWI ItlilootktimlrUr. It u txJia fivtxtly ,3 U iK wuLTi rd ittiomn, Uk mm it (in aU eoly man ttttm Ud Lmrf ur,a it .tL Aa lhtlttttt)D Ltl nwuj ,1 Un Hd tJdt )rui la it, Uc. Im m w l. J inn iw M u Watfi De Laval Tlie amount over 4fet, will pay for the Separate, in a few monthsA Then you rJtl the houm wife of the labor, trouble and filth. 98 per cent of the f'reaiiK'ries in the world have chosen the He I.Aal Sqparator 7f. per rent of the mqmratorn in the world are De Lavnlfe. Special consideration to all Do Laval prospect during the month of July. SATURDAY SPECIAL )CUT PRICES hand-skimmiii!- Sooner or later you will ..i.t buy a i i ,kii.,i r,. ii r t? t a t a i iwi in. in wi. i or not. The I'xpt rimcntalinunM'ii'r cut the SUimn nt formation that hand skimming dots not Ki. A f)1 th, I. butter-f- a that a I)e I.aalvwill from votir milk. ? jno. i Jl No. Galvanize t..aianizeii lull I Tub (large size) flOcts. 75ct. Haselden Bros. LANCASTER'S BIGGEST STORE. The Central Rocord. Lancastei, Ky., Thursday, July 20 1922 i I MIm MnrJorv I llallou. of Stanford vUltlnc Mr. Joe Francis. Mia Oportrin Mom, of - anfonl, JA Fresh SPECIAL Meats, Groceries PKICE ON ALUMINUM WARE. i and DRY GOODS. MRS. ED. HUBBARD Gossip About People vv? A llrUI MiAllon ot tht Cemlnti Initrnltd Oolnti (7 Then Wt A i Cntlm anl Ml Mana d.t ton. tan mnterrd ta Harro'lh'j rjr Monday nad irr tUnnrr g.irM f Mk lluhy Crr, af I)anvHT, bar MIm raiaabrth Carman. lict-prnillrii; a wrrk with Laneartrr Mr and Mr. T. 1.. Wall an l .lau i frlcaUi. Mrs. .V. 1 n Mr. anil .Mr. 0, II. have been rrcent vWtor th Lexln wit a nlraiMnt vidtar i MrAmn darta? tac Ckautajiiii Kwtnrbread 1 ANNOUNCEMENT WE ARE NOW READY WITH OUR GENERAL MILLING BUSINESS. Mr. ami Mrs. Ilrytm Wllmet arc viH Chin t.nir Mr. ami Mn. Jacob Jtntrn, in tar, Mnr?nrot 11, ami Mia-- Krnnkforl, Mm. af I'artemMth. Ohio, KUt this .v'ik af Mr. and WNIIam I.car. Mr Jhini' arc Mr. d In. Mim Mar relative Ml in Lexington n I.. Dun- ting rU4tift f (irorcetown. Wilson. Lancaster relative. MfcM Man Anaa vMUrr Itft, l.ar of Ilurkeyr. k Chrtttene Smnear. viltn Ml Mr. aad in Mr. J. K. Itaataaim war l.xini4M Wedawalay. m Marilee Mm Mr. Mnrrt n faw the iseat mt Caok in l)artlle. (rM U Oeart toitli 4f ko May la OarJiiaati. reard Mbw th Ml Uim Duaa, 0 l.exinwtan, naeat ef Mb 1IWh Oufcty. 11 and Mra. Sam Cntton Ilurnwdp wrrt- TiHtar WtnlnaMlay in t nrl TauMlay rvinK at tne.r homt' Itlrhmnml. on Latiaistaa avvnur- with a nh il n- Mt Vcrtinlte Oaark wat tin cvan w in baaar af Mr. and Mr. !tx Walht-r- . of OMahnaia. Mr Ptte KHiott, nf Danville, won of Mli Mncirar MMer Snturaay alcit wn "f MIm Kttn Itnlilnen taut ontl Sunday, Ml Maria Cotton cntrruirt i a" Tut lav and Wednesday. Mvm llctti H4ar ha ratnrard a dvlirtitfal tux o'rlock dinner ia' Tht.tr i.r-- r bam fraat a VH to br faibtfr, Ir. Sntarday rvenina. Maier Jacob Phillip, nf Fresno, Mary Aratirkli'. Jll liack Motor. Adia ( u!if , spent several day lurt week Jo V&)fr. HlMi Coy. Laci!! Ittr- with Mr. una Mr. Jm Tbma nntl MIm Mnrlh'p I.oor a raturaaa! frM tay aad Masars. I). F. Coy 1.1! Mar. a taVannt vMt t MIm Hajjan. in Danvfftc Kon-ta- il, Mr and Mr. Jatop Kinr. A Panv, r r bjdy ram to ' Mr. and Mr. Mac Wtfcta and HW. nad B !r Cannty Hoapita faviaft raaakidod h vWt ta 4 Jul a.'er relatrvta, knee, returned to of Shflt.y. it. C. ar vUrtaac Mr. and at irotar ta make hr "'tne V. A. l.wr. Mr.. Ir.n. J v Mr and Mr. Albert May. l ) The mathrr V. A. Lrar. V. A. Uar. Jr. iaaton road. Mwar. Mm Kilea Coy, of Kirtoarilte, ami Cawia Ma Haraatt foraivr .f M.m Mary t.ae Kurta, af lleekeyis nad Mac U'ilUa war la Cinaiaaati efrty. Thity hava eaxi w.h,-- of Mwnday an buinPM. hava been eaaMa of MIm Muraic all fw trwir daaaaVt r. Stoop. Maw Mnrilna l.ar baa ratarwad V. Mr. and Mra. Jama a attmaant rUH la Maw Manta i ' .n Mr. and Mr. llawdaheh Harris, Mba fraru tortain.! Moajday rvcn.ng at i r Cook, ia Danaillu. have been abating Mr. Kntaortne rtt kataa on Maala aaaaar ia honor of llama, have returned la their Mr. V. It. Maa ha ratsrawd from their ffui't. Mia Maahbam and Mi in Stanford. a rfeit ta bar davajriar. Mm. 'Wallar Maaa. of llardatawn. It a In DaRCiBc. Habtfal atrait aad n of th maayj Mr. Harold Oldham ami Nttlc Mr. d Mr. U'alttr Maa aad Uv aatartainaH nts irivch inrtr attractive ro- oMnW. of KtdMMHMi, baae ton vhnUa of her mother, Mm. daaHm, af DaarlBo. war afKi jrauac ladles daraa thair vV4L in Lancaatar Tacaday. Clayton Arnold. For Dr. aad Mrs. J. M. Staasrhtaa, 1.' at-in- V. (). Ittirnty awl Mn. Vnd ir WHAT YOU WANT AND WHAT WE GIVE IS Better Flour-Set- ter Feed-Be- tter Grain-Be- tter Results IS SOLICITED AND WILL YOUR PATRONAGE BE Ck Mrtrt APPRECIATED. . i- Lancaster Willing J. R. Mycr, Proprietor LANCASTER, Go. ta , . KENTUCKY. . )!, a 4: awnBelirtic N((JCt ... L I. M. DUNN & CO. . SWru Sell Beautiful Shclton Moradny Evening In Boyle .MfflinK . Farm Mr. 0. M. C E. WHttaa.. af uMtlnx M VMa HanrK of Cttwtiwt, Imuum. i Sander. Sfttah K. is th atieet of Mr. S. lit Mra. John KnaarfcJaaa, of DaaaHto, i a vndtor in l,aeater Saturday. Mr TWaXay. Jack Kkar aad r aMar, Mr. irfatar. Mr. Mnr, Mr. MIm CovinBtoe, who ara Mr. O Clair CantMint and family, af t.ick, aaent Saadar with hi aad .Mr. A. II. Rica, of th af Ka IV Mr-!tk- 0. Daaak Oahw, af icoiH of MkaMt OalH. who bar Mw HHtk Wnttar. of Laaiaville, H relm'.trr, ratartNMl Satarday t tn St. Lawat, Mo. tlrtf KttJd (rf MlsBr lafMWrWMJ rActtpflsM bawn ipvBiiiaa: a .MlM Aim Jo Ml Waaae. of Kirkn-vito- , It vMtiw K Scki.at k .Cook, of Dawvilfo. Mr. W. harm fWtlMff Wr aotKr, Mm. ii. Own , Mr. Ira Hoharktu-- of I)avlllc, - lb in of Mr. and Mr. Olydf HaHatM'. k- MIm Man A frnq a vMt to Mr KMwioMd. Mum Ktlaa vWit nic ami Mr. i ant rnmMl Jnnn AnwU in C. W hr alotor, Ijiaifaril. of ClMlMMkl, Mr. Jaipur Cox .Mia MaryNMl, of D.artll.. viiMur Wr MaWr. Mr. Jnnhm Waoda awl Mr. MU Carolyn ISIcr, of KMimuml. I ikv kmrK of Vom Manrarwt ratiett. on Mad avoaH. Caarlif Kiaiorr aa rtttureutl aor( May with. friinJ In I.xiKtoa aad Kicamwtd. Mia from a Mmj Aa Klaaainl Mt Suatiay a viatt to Mr. aail Mr. HanwloM ia Imiirlll. far lh llarie al Mr. 041 Mr. I 'at Suttua ad Mr. Mryan Wilajiot. wor at Kllxir 4)rtaaj Sttaday. Mr. rW-ta- r of Crab Orobard Kyrla). ware visitor in Iineavter Wmlai-4ay- . Kiuitldtm. Mr Hubert rnu .l and famil. of I'aUtt I. uk. wir kui l Sunilny of Dr. an! Mr W. M KHmtt and nt-- ' Mr. Imia FIaiiW mh4 Cat Jac lenavd Cliulauiii I Hot Weathe p Fine Lemons, per dozen , thr lalnad. where ware pnt rieu-init miint nf 'n"'(.hurci The tract contain U8S.il acre and ton- saraft aaa vajayiae ta aeauty at ui bar .e-sf1195.10 an acre which l Mia Miaaia Mateaa and llamiatt ylara I'arimwkurK. V. Va., Sen. . j.Ure. a Rood price. A mrxe Itaaamy bav bean viaitifi Mi Kate ttaal.. ro.v.l attended the Mile which had M- i- Ehtabath Maahbam and Mi Wall, of Vallvy V:aw. Ky , ii widely adverUfwl and the bid- Mr. Jo Fraac k'ft "uda, f.r Mia Man,, af mtraatau-nara at. Mr. and Mra OwU Cs r CMaaati. Ctaatannti aad I.ouhtm. t , Amoni: thoie who .17 wa sp.rited. tractive njaaa af Mr. aawl Mr. J. wwkwad Kuaata mt thair daaBhtar, where h will attend rre Mean. J. C. Cnldwoll, Wll- W. Smith the n.i! :. r. ) Maala aatinac Mr. aVr. Wllmat. Jr.. aad Mr. Y1I- - market . Mb A I He Araoil. wko .1 William ami J. A. Kobiraiim, of TV many friaaak af Mr. Hra4W) p. if been eaackinK a pupil 1:. Xataitt ara t of personalty wn try to baar af Ma ilbtaa okl and Mri ii. T. Aablaclc aaal Maw At war in La vara. Maxim. vM of tyha4d favar at hat baaii mt Pan. r.t'unc brought very twtisfnetory laaa Raaca. af Staafaral. haa kxan htir in Chiea aa aad aecompii. rlBa road and ham far a aaoady t1' me. " TV many' frien visiUaa: Mr aad Mr. Lack Harr, of Arnold ara arry ta kaaw she Maa. Wildfire ennf fram a fall from h !.e Mr .aad Mr. WOUam U'.N'twl Mr. aad Mr. Raburt Caran aad ridhsir racvntly. Hraadtu aad litUr daauAitar. Marjri. INathwail, af l.aailaa. In Fields af Chieaaak, ara hura far n Hait ta a, Jam Mr. aad Mr, llaak Ku Ho-- j. Mi.. a alcaaaat aaaatu of Mr. hava b aaraata, Mr. aad Mrs CraaMy Verier llaaeaa, Mr. Monk llmlon Mary Uu. Tobacco Plant Dlirate Which Cauicd ilramia. Jr.. 'left early Sunday moraine for vaa pat:r of the Fair Mr. Much Damage In 1920 are At MKhm Adda Jo Waoar aad Mara Tran-- r the aorthara Lnfca View cHi -water trip ta .11 J it at Mraar. Carl aaal I'.kjI Ijickainccr, -Loaa. of Richmoad, haac baaa ta whera they will apead the remainder sylvan... 4 .1 ed for the tacking Crop In a number of of Sprinictald. Ohio, arv aawliBK af Ma LaclUt Sahoafoa. far f th fuBMw. Mr and Mr, Antlor j r un th i eunty. Whilo their ummrr rn ration with Mr. urai ana Countiri, Alone with Ruit Tfcoma I'ric. of Laacaater. war a Ho.ltnwlle. Ky . he editel Mr. A. It Milay aad ukiaa ta all tka ChautauitMa. wvrk-rn- d of Mr. jj-i- t aad Mr. the Lurut And Spot Maaaa Hi raid, and pub- the country ahiha fnaad af Mra. Mattic L4 Wihaet Taylor Burdett. Ml Kathoria Hshad vcral hHk$ relative to the vU h clnd ta bajaw aba ba racavcr- Mr. Ahria V. ilateaalaw and l.ttl ad fraan Okkthaaia, accamaanlad kdrtaplace of Abraham Lincoln. LEXINGTON", KY. Wildllre, ruit bar INaaa cad ran ta rr Mareie,of a. KirHanl, who havc bcaa rVMtiaa and leaf spot, which caused to rin httai aad will paad aevnral The f jllowinc tabjVcti will tie home in Liacaln. bar (raadwothcr. Mra. Sarah B. .n with thvm in L.aaaatr. Dan duniaco to tobaeco in 1U-- 0, from n yht ta niebt, and will much Kurkar, Mill raturn ta thair baar ia Mr. W. A. Faraaa aad aaa. Ran villf , MeMvnaer. a practical latcrprotatkui of are expected as huil)K attacked pr4aat Madison. Ind.. Fri4ay. i: tleld of Krowint; tobacco In n number aaeamaanfud Mr. llaak Hud Mr. W. It. Cak. Mr. J. H. Letch- the Gpt on and family aa a matar tria ta of counte, including jome uf the Pint Week er. Ml Katherinu I.eirnar aail Mr. Mra. ft'l?y Diharan. Mr. sud the narthern Lahar. leading Hurley producing counties. M. Cl.r .f Call KUiott McDowell went aver ta Laa- Mr. VC.Uiara Walkanbavi raturaaU A in ons the cuuntie nlfectiil arc T. I'nreaped Hnrvaate Mr. Clyde Haksrlaw and Mf cater Thurmiay nipht and taak ia f ram a twa wab aaator tna ta Nna MadUon, Fayette, Washington, TayW. monueat Uvea and visited JtmmJc LueUtr Soli iilar entanaiaai at iliek' Chautauqua villa. Tann., naraara. Ala.. Miaai- lor, Green, Adair and Kockcastle, T. Hi Cnramandnienr man I ait Mate aaach Sanday in boaar Letcher, who U with the Kwdaath oipai and Maaamatk Cava. and at the Kentucky Agricultural SimplMled Slnnmu F Chaatauqua thi summer. JimmU w faf tkeir baMaa aaeata. Station the situation was S. Spintual Value Mra. Caora; Kick, wha wa apt n rarer hon than be ba been sine s. Loiac Jeu in nbout as bad us in li'SO. Mr. tieorit 'Sncaruad was a he went with the easaaaay. Hi atcd aa twa wimha ao at tho I)aa taaat Dr. W. D. Valleau. tobacco ix- S. Sacritice Surpa-e- d anday here iitk his aareaai, villa aad Majrkr Caaaty UaMatal, ha marnber. af a waakand haaae party Second Week by MIm l.iltia Cecil Taylar at MIm Lilly Smith, who racovwd aaaTtciaatly ta W ruaavd ha beaa vM dunwcti from the plant dkHaneA M. Cuafvanien Yltalixml bar home n CarIM. tiaa; Mr. William McAfee wilt re- ta bar bam naar Ijiarittar. wouki depoml lrt;ely on the weather, T. Wae Kneueh to her hamv in Laaeaater taday. .Mr, v. ,t. uear was aarteat at a tarn as they spread moru rapidly in wet W. Clurom Surrender KUtor anl Kveln Turner. the Daaville Meenr. tx o'raark dinaar ia boa or af a ltd windy weather. T. Treacherous Neglect hn !..im l.tllc .it anl dautrhter of her haa avata. F4ay Mn. Mar Mr. and Wildllre : ruiHiHt: ntaay tokiceo P. Mcliiriou Sequence Mr an.i Mr W Turner. f India-- , Wilkiat. af Saalby. N'. C. aVU in MadiMin county, Albert Day, S. Christian Initiation ! rr..iay 10 :trr 1 i''ni nie Bradttr far the Ilurlwy Tabaeoo Grav S. llecominir KeconeiliHl srjnd parent. mm t r wtn ti t .r Air. Khali w. (itrtt and l.ttic Kvxinnin(- - next Thursday and laat AswaciatloH, s. CiMitiaue Steadfastly. who are' Mr and Mr. M It, Turner daughter, Maurine, hava ratanraad to The Fair ina four baa Imen spending: the week In Mitdi-satheir home ia Kichraaad. aflwr a viit will hold the board l!arr.l.bunt and xiany from mi id Saturday. t Revival IMeetingr htr siatur, Mr. L. N. MIVr. thi county are planning-- on speadiiA: Karlin the week." ilr. Day A rev.va! ir. t nc ltl beain at said, "I saw tome of the Nrneat Mr. nad Mr. Clyao liahaclaw had everal deliirhtful days in the Mereer ltapt:i church 1 have ever a their jtuh fttr Chaataaaaia, Mine capital and enjoy the hospitality af the Gilbert l're avn ia taut counStur.:.iy hy liev. John Keaata ty. On my way baek ta Laxinicion I .plendid people, hatdde seataa; Kaye Kihk. af Utia city aad Mia Raay the inrtnc saw the aam Held litoroUy ralaad Cre and Mr. Ira Uahsclaw. af Dan- oae of te b4. if not the vary boat and (ieorae Childer. The fair ta V held in Central Kentucky uador the diractioH of Praf. ltod.'My ville. MlldArr mtL ewi. thi year. $,M4) are to be given in hmimcu y .iw .MrKrei k -- ., wilh tkuu nMJ Iufc A very enjoyaMe atcnic wa iriven prera.am. which should bring toaelh- - oraraHUt. The prayae af all arc ak-- 1 aaa alrwidy ha beon done." Til' . lav .'ven.au at the Club houae un er MNMe of the tinot stock to be ea od that the revival taay mailt in the, thiDanville mail. A r other wa throHirhuut the circuit thia soumih. C-- l,, Mimr f any .aal.. Everybody nC Kiven WadaivMlai' tajtialng at the ajae Mri1iH'ru, baa ka ilM t'aari fry pv. pavUMtoi ;'fL'r"T"t HK mnta.btjrf( ( Thr fine Blue OraM farm of the lata Samuel Shalton. lecated throe TV annaai evanct'laauc mtiae ofi and onbalf miltM tat af Danville Fair View Chrtetiaa church will ami near the Danville and Lancaster LouU A. Vrrn, EvangeliM W ob nvKt Mmy nlrfl bt aBd efMl. &nmJmw WIM wW fn- - 4ajf Wmnla and Myrtla brn a rrcmmt """"uXueu rrtT: tth. Rcv.X A. Warren, of' k tlu. Ii... at Bliiabetr!.i vra! hour' a Mil .... " evanKelit. Col. I. M. Dunn and Company for $30.1S.80 to Mr. Campbell, of Hum-t- o r.l pubM nucton aflt ..tnl.. l.rnVnr. , ed ! . ' jf Appears Burley rc . patr a(-4- y. 1 11 rii . Harrodsburg Fair da. a. - at niiK.!,v J. - pKi: I plaeu. Mwa lleaaie Kn--lu- Ice Cream Supper 0cts. Small Oranrfes, per dozen 15cts. One-fourt- h pound Iced Tea 20cts. One-hu- lf pound Iced Tea 40cts. One pound Iced Tea 75cls. Sanders Variety Store The Red Front LANCASTER, KY. v Turner saent last The 1. 0. 0. I'. Ledire of Unca- with Mr. 11. K Sniuh nad ter will give an ire cream supper a Mr. Wtllla .Smith aad la ilia after- - iU rooma on the evemnir of Maaatay. Miwii vMtatl Mw Graaa ami HM July 311. Kvory member u urxud KotherKill. to be prvtenl on this occasion, ih several ik'nraa. Mr. W. M. ItosW, af NVv Orlaiini. the'e will iie work Ia , thi uuiwt af bar uaaie and Mintol Vapo aual, Mr. ami Mra. Tom Wurritt. She vn accoiutHiniiHl by lutr hatliaad Heat for Coui;ha, Cold. Crip, In IIuobm. Croup, Sure Throut, who imide a shart viit horn. llronchltU, Pains, SprafiK, I.umbaKu, Sore Mr. Ji4iii Meunt and son, John Strain, llheuniatitm,Stur Muscle. Chilblain. Neck. IUd-achMeKoborU, uf Atlanta, after spend I'leuriny and all tfn. Neurtilaia. ing two week with Mr. and Mr. J. HettiOH. often prevent nif I'Heuinuiiia. It. Mount, luft for.Diinville yetturday :t:e aad tUlt jar; lluspital ir $1.S5. for a few day visit with relative. Mail urders nllel by Home Krlief Laburatorie, Iloiluii, Matt Mr. Joe llurnlde entertained SatHif sale by Storine Drue Store. urday with a six o'cluek dinner at lUllard, I'urc Wheat llran, Hl. her home on lllvhmuiid ntnot in luin. or of Mr. Jack Mcltoborts, of St. lard Kentucky Farm Feed, Tusedo I.ouii, Mu. The liume win made Hoc Ration, Mill Feed, ground Barwith summer Bower und a ley, llorte anJ Mule Feed, I'urina 1 u course menu served. Cow Chow, 1 lludton &. Farnau. 111 L r Cream Tmm-slli- e. Marina detuted to quit farmia, I Qu te .. Vnatiaa of our meui - ;wt plae . about urn mile fraai Wr mutormi ta Daavilla 'ruaaday 1 an.- -- tor on the Iluckaye nike. on 10 hear Mi;SAl uveaina- - of this waa .DA. Jl'LY 12nd. at J0. Faith Snumn .speak kj the Firat Rap- - pro-- . . i: the fullow.nj:: Miw Stuaj waa bore list Church. One t'vu.liarae wuaaw, oar Jeia in Chiaa. her pareata baviaa labrad lWer .Mower, oae hay mke. oaa two-ba miioariv there for about tk.r-t-y cara plaater, aaa Meal rallrr, year. She wll liaturn ta bar Bald aaa .uojfkirur farrow, aaa aM j. la ChiHH next Saptaatber. on hill side ajaw. aaa Rnaa The Woaiua's MUaiaaary Uaiaa Man lay caitivatar. aav aaa bar bax will hold ah iMpartunt maatiai; Kri. aad oaa iO gailaa aa taak. day aftoraus that woak. All knlla One wari mala, oae yaartiaaj of the church are urge! to uUe.11. 1. mule, ana mtik aaw. Itv Th' safvlea next Suatiay a fal- woifht about l(W pott aaa eara, tail low ; 10 biLw mixes! bviy. Sunday School at tea o'eleek, Maay atktr laa aawiaan, to priwcbiaic at vlevaa. Youaa; 1'aapiaa' ataatiaa. Tarnn iKity. meotiait. Juaior at (Ma, Soniara Wilt alaa at the taaM taate aad at 7.00. alnce atfar far ala a baaulf.u uNd-In- c The Union icmdaa w ll be bakl la efca af aaaat IS nf land. ' 3. II. BHab our ehurch at T: IA 1'. M. All are invited, and a laiyv attend-atic- e Capt .m Bourne. Vuct. ' tj , CinJ, And Farm Implements j ar bar-raa- tkna inj beet f..r t ! our erviei. tit The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky.. Thursday July 20, 922 1 GOT ALFALFA AT CORRECT PERIOD Best Plan to Delay Harvesting Until the Plants Are Nearly in Full Bloom. LIFE OF STAND LENGTHENED To Users Of Gasoline and Motor Oils YouVe too much at stake 'in your motor equipment to be "spoofed" by mere claims about this or that thing in a gasoline or motor oil. technical terms don't insure you all the pep, power, mileage, safety and satisfaction you are entitled to in a motor fuel or lubricant But the word "Standard" does. And that's why it is the d and the stand-b- y of the biggest users of gasoline and oils everywhere. High-soundin- Recommended That Crop Be Given Time to Reach Height of 0 to S Inehee Before Cold Weather Shut Off the Sap Flow. (rrpt.l br N f Ucliijluc Hie cuttlnc nf alfalfa until It I nearly In full IiIiniiii hu. been than Hiu'lm found u better prm-tlrIt ciMin ii ft it lilikimitu HturtK. TriuL made 1) the L'nlted Stute lii'iNtrv "went nf Airrlrtilt urv und unite eert-incn- t Matlon Indicate thai the )Mli are larger oer u period of jeiirs, und tlmt the llfi of the Htuml 1' iml.uii) Ii) ilelujlng harvesting until the plant are nearly In full IiIimiii. Hay made when the plunts are nearly In full bloom pvltily N nut palatable, but IliN Ii offset tty quite Hie gain In quantity of buy. The tletl that wen cut prior to or at the beginning of blooming showed u tendency to itle out aooner. Cutting a crop late In the full o that not enoiwli liowth via left for protection In the winter a I no bail much to do with thinning ntnniU. The department recommend, that alfalfa lie given time to reach a height of ls to eight Inrhe before cold weather shut off the imp e 1 Airivuitur I'bHmI Mf lttrtmAt I g buy-wor- flow. Broadcasting Beit Plan. In the pimt the growing of alfalfa to row In dry region hn been recomevidence mended, by evjierlrvntal gathered by the department In the lat few year nbowa that, with the exception of a few rnre varietle, the Mvd of which ell for a high price. tliN method la xeld'MU practical. Where the rainfall N not MithYlent to grow alfalfa It) hruudcuitt tunil- - It cannot UMii.illy be crown profitably In A "lightly larger )leld may b produced, but not enough to pay for the added exjiense. AK), the hay harvested on thl cultivated ground apt to be dirty and It It bard to rut and lo.id. Value of Cultivation. Accumulating experience al- -i li.n exploded some old nullum ubout the of broudc.nt value of cultivation .land. It bua been found that harrowing a field of alfalfa ordinarily doe not Increase the yield: neither doea It prolong the life of the stand to any noticeable extent. The modified i nfi. 1 dependability of the Standard Oil products and the responsibility of the Company back of them. They know that if there were a better gasoline than New Crown or a better motor oil than Polarine, the Standard Oil Company would have it for them. But "there aint no sich animal' no matter who says there is. So good, so uniform, so dependable and so economical is New Crown Che They know You can't "spoof" the big users. Gasoline that it is universally called "The Perfect Motor Fuel." It's even better than the requirements specified by the U. S. Government New Crown is made right here in Kentucky by a Kentucky firm, the Standard Oil Company (Kentucky) in its ovn refinery at Louisville, from which you get it fresh at all times a firm that for 36 years has been a vital part of the business people. activities of the state of Kentucky and the economical life of its mm 'iliHawta YU!S?i Don't be" Spoof Standard Oil Products CROWN ed-B- uy the "Always Reliable1 BBBBBBBBJmHSSJSBKhV back of which is a responsibility that is your guarantee of maximum pep, power, safety and satisfaction. And buy( them from these, your own home dealers: GASOLINE AND POLARINE DEALERS STANFORD AND LANCASTER, KY. S. It. Foley, Hackley, Ky. Conn & Conn, I.ancaster, Ky. Bailey Garage, Stanford, Ky. Little & llamsey, Manse, Ky. Watkins Motor Co., Stanford, Ky. T. It. Kuhlman, Lowell, Ky. Alison Conley, Stanford, Ky. (. N Hatfield, Ilettis, Ky. Wright & N'oe, Stanford, Ky. Crab Orchard Springs Hotel Co., Crab 0r chard, Ky. J. U. Lawrence, Stanford, Ky. V. C. Cummins, Preachersvllle, Ky. Stanford Service Station, Stanford, Ky. Service Garage, Crab Orchard, Ky. J. M. Sanders & Son, Marksbury, Ky. W. G. .Murphy, Hubble, Ky. E. C. Howling, Iluena Vista, Ky. ! It' in. oiiu(UM, TV. li v A. K. Albright, llrodhend, Ky. i cunrrj .ill.. rt j . inc. CROWN GASOLINE DEALERS l'atrick & bon, i'aint lick, Ky, Huielden lints., Lancaster, Ky. Anderson llros., Stanford, Ky. J. S. Skinner, Marcellus, Ky. Crab Orchard Motor Co., Crab Orchard, Kjf. Ilecker & Hallard, Hryantsville. Ky. T. It. Taylor, Crab Orchard, Ky. Nouh Muree, Jr., Hryantsville, Ky. J- - K- - Anderson, (lass ilro. Caruge, Ilrodhend, Ky. I'oint Leavell, Ky. POLARINE DEALERS Askin & Moberly, McCreary, Ky. Scott llros., Ilyattsville, Ky. New Crown Gasoline, Polarine Oils and Greases, Cutting Alfalfa. Hprlng-toott- v. V. harrow doe, not Injure the plant, but the disk often kills many and reduce the stand. Somn sort of caltlvatlnn appears udtliabln In Irrigated region where the wuter carries a great deul ef aflt or when the soil has been compacted by the trumping of cattle pastured on the alfalfa. The department believe-- , there Is luually little to be gained by cultivating broadrsst tlHd, when the stand Is good, If wee Mnd grass work In and reduce the stand It Is better to plow up the rield und put In another crop for a year or two. It la hard to thicken a thin stund by cultivating It and sowing more seed; In fact. It Is a waste of time, the department i 1? . . V&rCj ft $tfrt3A, v rT , LIME INFLUENCE IS LASTING Where Applied In Liberal Quantities Soli Shows Beneficial Effects for Years. It lias been observed that where lime bus been applied In fairly liberal quantities to sill, the soil shows the beneficial effects for n number of years afterward. In tests made by the Ohio experiment station thn crop yields during the Inst six years of n period were iimrh larger than during the first seven years. long-timr . int-- - providFright ventilation , Leave Opening on South Side of of House to Equal Total Floor Space. One-Tent- h enough ventilation, providing spare should be left open In the vith kld of poultry houses ho that the oH-of the front wilt equal total Door spare. This open screen ogbt to be near the bottom of the wmlli side rattier than at the top, ho that the warm air from the roust, will nut ttow up aad out of lias open In n nlie-tent- Perfect Motor Fnel MMCv. : wnii.ri 1 w The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky Thursday July 20, 1922 ifr rr line xpec ted! A acVcul'USCO- "Better, Hcavler,Longer Wearing 30x3't-IO- a No Tax added on Vale Wow I he ' T rr ti f- -m -m m- - -- a m, g, mu THE SACRIFICE J 8 By GRACE O. WEATHERBY WHICH DAILY PAPER? Question Thnt Is Quickly nnd Readily Answered. It lx llJt, Id. ) hi nil ai a little liitutlilis slleno-while- , with fin (rem Hint Mm- -. I; o trifle AntlHiiiy l'rti.n kllpiJ n tlinmiiic illatnond on the third flncer of n muhII white hand that lay coldly In It MtClui There n Niir The CourierJoumal LarKcst MorninK Circulation of Any Kentucky Ncwspnpcr itlte 1 J money's SCO set the high value mark for 30 x 3'2 tire ulicrt it originated the $10.90 price last Fall. Better J USCO for the biggest tire trorti on the market. They always get a bigger tire money i worth than they cxxret. mark with a new anil greater USCO an USCO Improved In many important way. For instance, a thicker tread with a surer hold on the side walls, adding strength and lite to the tire. And the price li S 10.90 all ft the tn absorbed by the manufacturer. Men have always looked to road-thicker USCO today bcttcri that The girl's face was deadly pale, lur wide uml wry blue, Iht lip win imi ewr mi hllclltly. You Me. lii wn rather an onlenl for the gn .lor Ion. Mie illl n't lote Atillmiiy the lenot little lilt! It H one of thore ntiti r lunate affair where love I turrllltetl oil the oltnr of fiimlly uml it there wa a f trim ire twin to it that sHd'itn enter Into the rich innn iiroti-rtlon- .m.r rtrl mm U.S. II r, Co. mi United States Tires ftfl Statts Krand-parenU- 1 v s s Tax WtercYou United Rubber. Company Anthony wnMi't the sleek, nmxitli peiitliman that the rich man ununlly He wa Jut u plain, homely innn with Uiif. lantiy Ice that inowl a tritle iiwkwanlly. nnd eye that the 'tn4'mtel Marlon of h fulthful ihE lie om-- f hurt. Wlmt mitt-te- r If he ilhl Iihm- - litlllliiliT He vibli I the nf lantl he rtmlil low rhee were the tiiKlglit that f.nally prevailed nMin the girl to gite tip I er liihi of lote and t plme her hund In Antlton)' when he protTen.1 the ring. . Mrlon." Id ore wa husky w.th agerrie. "I kmtw you don't love ine. hut. Imney, I'm going to try my to taule jou very huppy." Ami m With he km married. inothir and itad Inrt.illifl In the hip on the hill where there wu no rolil, nor huncer. nor homework, nor worry, where wcrj whim wa ati' ery want iintldpate.1. Marion tint. K etel to relax. One nlcht. a )enr after they bud been HHtrrleil, n udden lllne firei ntt. I the illnner guert from eoiutnc ami n n evening at home resulted. Suddenly, very tired. Marlon curled up on the wide couch before the ojen fireplace ami Ml to ilrenmlng. Anty. finding her thu, her cheek flushed by the flame, thought her lovily trle. i. Enjoys n nation-witl- e prufctiKe nnd reputation. It is essentially a ncwspnpcr, intent upon KivinK news matter first consideration. Maintains its own news bureaus at WnshinKton nnd Frankfort. Member of the Associated Press. With important legislation coming before Congress and Kentucky General Assembly in 1922, The Courier-Journis the doily newspaper you will need. al ly' By special arrangements wc are now able to offer THE DAILY COURIER.JOURNAL AND THE - let le We CENTRAL RECORD Both One Year by Mail, For Only but tniy .o people $6.00 start at a later date, and tubititute Thi offer applies to renewals as well as new subscriptions, living in Kentucky, Tennessee or Indiana. New subscriptions may, if desired, - renewal? will date from expiration of present ones. cVp l. H you prefer an evening newspaper, you may of n trip alone Hat the prospect HASELDEN BROTERS, LANCASTER, KY. to Hppeal to with Anty did not Mnrton, ami he lMMik her head. "No, BECKER & BALLARD, BRYANTSVILLE, KY. Can Buy Anty, please. It Is M ezy here, und PAINT LICK GARAGE, PAINT LICK, KY. Having It to Him. rouldn't leave mother nnd dad;" U. S. Tires: Lonfltt llcv' trie ef History. Doris went to the store the other Tht re wa nothing more said, nnd The history of the past i u mere turning she found he had puppet how. A 'little III ul i comes afternoon fur her mother. There wn gone. She settled more comfortably out and Mow a little trumpet and goes fish on the list of urtlclc. In uniwer tiestlon us to the It wn nice to stay ta again, jou look for something iivvr, to the storekeeper' In her cushion. CUNNS CHAfbL I'lrntant Hill, were Sunday afternoon home onre In a while. ami lo' anothir little man route out kind of fish she wanted, Doris replied, vuitor of MiMe Klonnie Mae and So It went on until Judy came. Tlie und Ll. 'W another little trumpet ntnl "(illume n tlfh like tho one you would AihI It I ii again. Mr. T. ,M. Candler i ill. Savnnah Lane. all over. pick out to take home." sadden death of a relative brought her Mr. Alfred 1'tiyntrr ami children Lo(i;rf llovv from her western ranch, nnd as she Mr. Oli.e Oraham and on, Milton, Mrs. Walker Locker i ill. vUitcd Mr. Hey 1'rather Sunday. and Marlon had not wn each other Sinking Mine Shafts. Bf McCroary, were km'U Wedne. Mr. and Mr. W. 11. Ray have been for many jenrs, she planned to stay n Some Habits of Eels. In the cementation proccn of sinkMr. J- - H. Ilaknr i vUlting her, day f Mr. Mlltod Ward and Mr. week at the hlg house. An hour after Kelt fic! on almost any animal food ing mine shaft throiith water houring ick list. I on the ton, Mr. Kdd Ilaker ami Mm. Hakcr. C. It. Henry. her arrival she discovered Anty sit- tl.ey cuu find, living or ileud. The are ground. liole- - are llmt drilled In u Mr. ami Mm. Milton Ward spent Mr. Mattie Untt k a euet of her ting alone hi tire. little MIm liutk IMtry. n( Li circle) uromid the proMscil locution of eMftall.v fond of urriim. lt is AnthonjT" Momlny with Mr. and Mr. William caler. hat returned fcm l thl the fnmou tliat e!s spHwn but ome In t...- Im.t l einn.t I.I..1 water are In after ajslter, Mr. Simf4. stammer- ll.tir livis uml his Clark. . with iif'er with her Mr. and! t, Alline Hirt a LieV. of Mr .Startled, he nM to him feet, chance to first spuwmiig die soini ri.,. ovistheir j" u J Into the ln.le spreads u force no ing, hut she gave through The cement 'limp. lernil. l. Mr. and Mr. Wm. llarne were Mr. Tom Yanti Hurt tbi wtek. speak. 'Tin Judith Wentwortli. and toward tie sen u l ie uf Ii the Iim ground, nid i n setting form Sunday guest of Mr. and Mr. Tom Mr. and Mr KJJ linker an.l pent I'm JjM't a harpy " I fan he to meet :k pr'iig sn.ur tr. , in,' of a uutiT-tUsi- t Mr. and Mr. Harlan Davi ai! itfidc of uhlcli the Turner. and Mr. J. II. Ilaker ent the week-en- d sh.ift cun I sunk without dlrllculty. i uiil.es ,i. liiig'h ai.i. i J. a trd ur witk Mr. ansi Mr. (ico. coining In search of her oli.lnoti en lh r.iurv I.!, uf stone. Marion, Mr. ami Mr. Wm. Walker were Sunday at Crah Orchard, kuM f Ind. ut iiNilix New. Halt. friend, felt n iiiet'r sinking In her ilter Sunday ef Mr. ami Mn. Urn. Mr. Henry Catron and family. Mint Thehsta SimpN I a guet of hnrt wli li she saw- Anty reIond to ry Tuttfe. M;ie Myrtle and Grade Tenter, of Judy's cheerful llnttery. ens, William Kinder ami tw Mr. BUCKEYE The week lengthened Into a month, JeamiBe. spent Monday with Mr. Miley Hear-leand threatened to last longer! Marlon and mw very little of her friend, She Mr. ami Mr. Vley Simnsn Hf McCreary. Mr. and Mr. Frank lind viited of Mr. and wnlkeil with Anty long hikes that son were recent Mr. ami Mr. 0ear Lewis spent relative at Markbury Sunday. brought them hack rosy nnd tired out Mr. J. I. IfbelL parent Mr. nnd Sunday witk her Umb to Mr. Mr. Lora Neel riding with Anty In the park, uml Alline Mr. Uge Hurt and Ml Mr. Turn Doolin. K. Tenter at 11.25 per hundtod lb. Judy was using Marlon's own particuHurt pent Thurday with Mr. Lucy Mr .ami Mr. Ilaymond Turner and lar horse. Mi Mary Kurti ami Hilly Kurtz Halt and daughters. SUBSCRIBE FOR YOUR HOME PAPER The climax came one terrible night lialiy were visitors recently ef Mr. vMtod Mr. For Stapp in l.ancat. Mr K 11. Chandler of LaacaHer. when the wind honied und the snow ami Mm. Kny I'rather. ter lnt week. w e his brother, Mr. T. wu drifting fut. Inside the big houn here t (leorge, Mr. Jamt Yanb and Itev. J. W. HeaiHc, of (loorKetown, M. Chandler, Friday. ult was cheery. Curbed In a wltchlnr were vMlori Tuesday of Mr. Mlley evening gown of hlue und silver, sin Knt 1'rtilny Bight with Mr. Hiram Mr. and Mr. Harvey Teater and IteniJey, of MeCrcury- trailed her linger ultnlessly over the Itay and familr- Master Welby Tenter pent Winlne-da- y piano kejs, longing for pence with Mr. and Mm. (Icurge Ynntit ami Mr. Pewey Price and mim have night with the Chandler. Anty She rose, nervously, und wnn Mr. WIIMam Sutton spent the pat Iwen viiitini; Mr. and Mr. It. l'rke AND Mr. and Mr. Curt. Kat and sons, cleretl out Into the spuclout hull. The Friday at High llridgc. near Paint Lick. .Mr. Ilettie Kat and Mr. Jamos Kat front door opened noisily und admitted Mntr Herschel Ynnti after a Mii- -t Verna llrttaddu ha retometl of Jesarwint were guots of Mr. nnd it gust of cold utr and snow, uml Judy The Western girl's tw week' viit with Somerset rela- home after a vi.it to Mis' Taylor in uml Anthony! Mrs. John Land Sunday. lilnck e)e were dancing, her cheeks tive, wu r'turnod kwmt'. MndUon county. Itev. Ink and an rosy. They didn't see her they nevel minisMr. nnd Mrs. (Icorge Yantf anil Mr. nnd Mrs. Hugh Kurtz visited ter, propnbly Kev. Vogle, of Here, snw her' Mr. Junto Yanti have returned from Mr. KurU'.t parent, near llarrod-burKentucky's Greatest Newspaper "Oh, Isn't It Just loo wonderful! will begin n mt.v nf meeting, at the a tr p to tlii' Mammoth cave. Saturday. Methodist church Monday evening of hated to come In!" Anty vvu very ut .Mr. J. I. Haley nm the guest the tenth r. Marlon turned uwuy, crjlng Mi Hettie Hardin, of Fbllnbun;, next week. wenkl) ami then, drawn by an Ir pMt week of hut parents, Mr. and Ind., i here for a vttt to her grandresistible Impulse she looked ugnln Mr. Phillip Foley, of llackley. mother, Mr. I.ucy Kat. and found them close together, Judy's Mr. nnd Mr. Wm. Crgga and Mb Inez Land returnoil home af-- j face hurled In the mull's shoulder children, wore Sunday afternoon vii ter n week's visit with her nunt, Mr. A log fell, sending ii shower of turn uf Mr. nnd Mr. Joe I'rather. sHirks Into tlie ulr. Marlon Mlrrcd. Kid Clark at Mnrkbnry. sat up. There were tear wet on her A metropolitan daily paper that contains a com- Mr. C. II. Henry nnd children were Mr. nnd Mrs. W. K. Wkittnker and) cheeks- - she had been asleep, und It of Mr. ami the pint week-enItivaU What proper orchard cultivation miii all u horrible dream! There vvus m plctc telegram and cable service covering the world. Mr. and Mrs. N. I. Long were Mr. John Henry, of the Fall l.lck son, in Nleholusvllle. Sunday vilting rok.!an'' P"inj: will do toward the pro mi Jud here' She run out Into the State news from correspondents in all parts of Ken- ftmd. durtion of perfect apple i being hull looking for Anty. She hurried up live.. tucky. The Herald's local service gives all the news pointed out to fur atom in thi sec the stairs, opened hi door. Tbo lump Mr. Hosier Meece nml children, Kirksville, MImm Kllen Coy, nf by n demoBntration eonducte.. by the table wn burning, revealing of SeMMrsot, viaitod her sister, Mr. tion of Louisville and suburbs. Society, Financial, Mar- Academy, near Anty asleep in hU arm rhulr, his Kdd llaker ami Mr. linker the past Helen ami Luc.lle Stupi, of Ijvnca. by the Nuzureth tingera. ket and Sport pages, are in charge of the most ter, were guest of Miss Mary Kurtf Iiardstown, in corMrtlon with the book fullen from ncrvvle week. m She crept to hi side und kurll on Thursday. College of Agriculture at Lexington reliable authorities on these special subjects. Mcsars. Tom lIurniM ami Lawrence the lloor. The limn stirred and lifted Mr. ami Mr. Oscar Uny, MIm Net- nnd County Agent C. L. Hill. Th til head. Kunclls, of (iuniu Chapel Mere week, m Does it mean anything to you to be supplied with Wlmt on enrthl" lie wa "Marlon! end waiter of Mr. nnd Mr. Henry tie Kny ami Mr. Ottice Itay llogle, academy will hnrvest an estimated a daily newspaper that interests every member of were in llk'hmond Monday, guests crop of 'J,0t)0 buihel of apples, 7K thoroughl) uwake now, Tuttle. "Oh, Anty, I've bud the uwfuiest per cent of which will be perfect ns Tnnkendey of Mr. nn l Mr. Ambrose Calico. Mr. nnd Mr. Simon the family? Then it is the Louisville Herald you (tin Piuitll it t inmi'inis nriil ttiltiit- - dream!" She shivered und nestled " and children were cuusts Sunday of July m the month t return yourj" closer to him. "Couldn't you iolhly want in addition to your local paper. Jtlon practices which were carried out her parents, Mr. nnd Mr. A. N. Kvery property ,ss,,ent , ,ay, bold me for it wlillel I'm o cold-n- ud lU.monilrat , Mr teridu. afruld." "i ami muie cmieii If you also desire the Sunday Herald add $2.50 The wondering Anty picked 'her up renuestwl to come Mr. nnd Mr. John Ynter uml three (inrrord county to your remittance. und settled her i hi knee. Her sleep) little daughters, uf Judsoit, were to my olTlce nnd give me .their head fell on his shoulder, und for u A. T. Scott, Tnx Com. Suiulav of Mr. uml Mr. Henry uueita Order your subscription through moment they were very still, bv trylns Yater. to futhom this new Murlon, she con Mr. nnd Mr. Foreot Noel enterSURE and QUICK ft.ll.l tram THE CENTRAL RECORD tent to be neur him. Then Mr. nnd Mr. Walker Hurdett ami tained to dinner on Thursday, Misses "Ant '" children, of Poor Hldue were visi- Sallie Noel, Kthel liny. Saliie LoU -changed LANCASTER, KY. He IhhI Wlml. tor Sunday of Mr. and Mr. Wm. Tenter, Myrtle and Christine Davis. Bsl (or ChiMren and Grows Ftrtoas at nil. und vvu still us slow us u uike Whittaker. Lucille Sanders, Mesrs. HohU and "K U4 tkHU l.t'l . . . Lot's go to McROBERTS DRUG STORE Callfwrnlu, tomorrow f" Mtsie Grace and l.ucy I.ontr, of Daniel Noel. 1 prcM-ntly, 7yyyyyyyrrvrYv 777777777 77S "Honey.'' he pleaded, "we hnven't Don't jou had onr Ininejiaoon jet. think a trip to California would he ire I.tj...lc kl- -e- Times for The Courier-Journa- l. . 1 i , . I If ' or 1or ng your omers to . me omce 01 nicer JjJ CENTRAL RECORD !$ GUY. g-- - -- vit Jec chti-dre- n, -- y gut r4l : $6.00 THE Pays for Both ! it o, 5 5 CENTRALI(?RECORD (. Mer. ailing THE LOUISVILLE HERALD g 1 Value of Good Orchard Methods Shown in You Should Read Test 7 The Louisville Herald d 9 ? , J ? f 9 q 9 "!, ownl " J ? J Ftky's Honey and Tar COUGHS nt 9 The Central Record. Lancastei. Ky.. Thursday July 20, 1922 New Circular Poind Out Needs of Kentucky SoiU WATER TROUGHS SALE OF ELECTRIC LIGHT AND POWER Kentucky ll Practically H outside the 86 counties constituting the blue grass region are achl and naturally deficient in phosphorous, according to a new c reular entitled. for "Phosphorous and Limestone Kentucky Soils." which ha. Just enme off the press at the Collet: of Agriculture at Lexington. More than half the soils within the blue grass region respond profitably to phosphate while more than half the soli In the same district would respond to limestone treatment when leglumcs, especially sweet clover and alfalfa, are grown, the publication states. Results from soli experiment field being conducted in various parts of the State by the Kentucky Agricultural Exper.ment Station ore given in the new publication to point out the need for limestone ami phosphate on the various types of soil. On both the Mayrield and Lone Oak fields, acid phosphate and rock phosphate when used with l.mestone large increaies in have produced yield, especially on th, flnyrleld where the yield of corn has been Increased one.thlrd, that of soy bean hay and wheat doubled and that of clover hay more than trebled. Hoth these field represent the predominating upland soils of the Purchase. On the Fariston field, which represents the soil of the eastern coal field, acid and rock phosphate, when all crops are considered, have considerably more than doubled the yield. Either of these phosphates $3.00 for has returned practically every dollar Invested. On the Greenville field, which represents the soils of the western coal field, limestone and acid phosphate have produced more than a CO per cent increase in the corn yield and more than doubled the yield of soybean hay, wheat and clover. Result equally as striking have been obtained on the Itussellville experiment field, which represent 000 square mile of soil derived from St. Louis limestone and on the Berea field which represents thousands of acres of noorlv drained land adjacent to the knobs, according to the circu lar. It is No. 123 and may be ob tained free by writing the Experi ment Station at Lexington. EH.S7T3 Good BU!LD FRANCHISE Pl.v to Sdist Well Drained Site to Prevent Stock From Making Mud Holes. AND LEVEL LAND OF CITY OF LANCASTER Pursuant to an ordinance passed at a regular meeting of tV- Council of Ky . on July 3rd., 1022, the undersigned W. Kth e City of Lancaster, Champ, as Mayor of said City will on - ALSO PACK Monday, July 31st, 1922 rv., A. M., in front of the Court House door, in for sale to the highest and bist bidder a ten year electric light and offer power franchise for the construction and operation of an electric light and power plant in the City of Uncaster. Ky. The ordinance granting said franchise to tie sou is on nie wiui me ci f said City and said ordinance is as follows: at 10 o'clock Ctmnt Wash Can Be Applltd With Brush or Broom and Mikes Smooth Surface and Alto In- sure! Water.Tfghtntss. Asrfcultural Knalnr ) The construt tlon of a omcrete trough like that shown In the dmwliig Is not a illttlcult tn-- k mid nil) farmer can build It. A watering trough should tie placed xi well dnntieil ground, because under die hest of conditio!! the Ihcstock will in time make mud holes unless a pint form hullt. or the holes around the trough are tilled in as soon as they are made. Sometime It Is advisable to put the trough on a miinII knoll In .inler tlut the water will quickly Imln ), The ground under the. trough should .tot only ! drained but also Melcd Jlul packed. Outside Form of Trough. The outside forms of the trough are made of one Inch Imards and - by inch pieces aa showu 111 the drawing. After these forms have Iteen seeurel) braced, the concrete can be deolted In the bottom to half the depth of the ttoor. Itelnforceineiit consisting of Inch round rods ure then placed on lloor. These the partly rods are bent In "W sbaie so that the end will project up Into the shies .ilnl reinforce the walls. All the rod are lieut to the proer shape hefnc I li y concrete work Is started, ao that they cuii be quickly put In and the re uiiiluder of the concrete floor placed without delay or iiiuklug any Joint Tlie Inside form which has been made previous to mixing uu of tbe concrete Is then qutckl) lowcreil In proper place und fastened to tbe out side forms with clumps us sbowu In the drawing. Speed Is necessary In order that tbe walls ran quickly be pluceil so there will be a strong boud between walls and floor. s. Insure a In oriler to Insure 1:2:3 mixture of concrete Is recommended. This mm in I sack of cement to 2 cubic feet of sand and 3 cubic 11 W, O t.ilr. SECTION No. 1. 1 con-truct- Th thr u hfrebv created and granted a franchise or privilege to establish, construct, maintain tn. operate an electric light and power plant th.. Citv of Lancaster. Knti'cky and to use the street. sme.watKs, fclleya. avenues, public places of said city, subject to the conditions herein after set out, as the same now exist or may nereauer oe exienueo, n the erection, construction, operation and maintenance of the poles, wires, onduits, apparatus, and equipment necessary for manufacturing. distriDui- ing and selling electricity in all it forms, for public, private anu an oiner uses. SECTION No. 2. That the purchaser of this franchise or privilege, or any successor, or LieriPf of uch purchaser, shrll repair and make good all damage to th.. streets, nubile nroperty ar.d public placet in said city occasioned by the location, construction, operation or maintenance of the lighting and power ,.inmnt. and all of said enulpmcnt used along, on. or under the public streets, public places and public property shall be erected, maintained and onstructed In the usual neat, safe substantial, and worKinanuae nmnnrr. , location ard construction of all poles, conduits, wires Th nn.l ..th-- r fixtures and antdlances Instant to the construction and operation system shall be according to me oesi or under-groun- d f either over-heaengineering practices and subject to the inspection, approval anu connui of the nf the City. Any repair on the streets, public ways or r..n.l..rd nrccssdrv bv tl.c erection or maintenance . of pole ori caused ... tu nic erection or maintanance of said plant snail ue none oy ami ai mc less nm.n. of the nurchaser. All the wires upon poles shall be not a than twenty- - two feet above the itieumt or street ami snau oe piaceu oi KIcci or less height above the ground or street and when and wherever so directed by the City, or its authorize!1 aenL All poles shall be straight and uniform, strong and substantial, ine not less than seven inches at the smallest matt-rialsd side-walk shall be adopted by the City Council and become the legal rate to be charged by said purchaser. Whenever a revision or change of rate and charges is adopted by the Council, as above provided they shull be In effect for at least two year from the time they become eiiecwr. The purchaser i to allow a representative of the City, to be named by the Council, free cccm, at any time, to their plant and book and account for inspection, to ascertain if ld rate and charge are reasonaoie ami Thn tPvliM tn lit fnmish.d at said rates or prices for treot and alley lighting hall be that each and all lamp be kept burning ill night durin each and all nights of the year from early twilight to day light. Th service tn the Ifihabltant of the City shall be continuous, tlut is 51 hour service, during the entire' term of this franchise Var fallnr.. tn furnish lights or the amount of light Uiai may ne can- traded for by the said City, at any time, a deduction shall be made in tho price to be paid equal to twice the amount agreed to be paid for eaoh lamp o falling to furnish light to the required standard during the time of such failure; but when such failure may be caused by strikes, fire or other calamity not possible to be avoided, the only deduction that shill be made, shall be the proportional part of the contract price tor me time oi failure. The purchaser I to furnUh and maintalp at his expense, meters of tnd- ard make to all coniumer of light and power. The purchaser shall, at hi expene, furnish the necessary wiring for connecting with the street service line to the consumer's residence ami place of butnes, provided the residence and nlace of business Is not more than 10 yards from t street service line; the consumer to pay for wires and poles for all ill. tances In excess of the said 60 yards, and all consumers to pay for all in side wiring. SECTION No. 5. r...nn.ld. nn.Up in. mn.litlnns and circumstance .i as they may men .t.. exm, The said City shall have the option to purchase from the fHuefcuer of this franchise, hi assignee, transferree. or ucceor the electric plant and th dating from the entire system at any time after five year have the day that this franchise becomes effective and said eptton of purchase shall continue during the remaining term of said franchise; the prwe for said electric plant atld system to be its actual value at Use Ume said option la to be used, and the value to be ascertained by three appraisers, one to be selected by said City, and one by the owner af std plant and cannot agree system, and these two to select the third one. If the ! as to the third appraiser then the Judge of the 13Ui JadicUl District of Kentucky shall name the third appraiser. elad, SECTION No. n B. ' That this franchise or privilege is created, granted asxi sfcall taMinue for period of 10 years from and after the date It M made effective by tfce ratification and approval of it ale as hereinafter provided. Tm franof chise shall not be exclusive, but said City shall have the rfflst to dtspo und grant other franchise for the same purpose whenever desired. SECTION No. 7. Water-Tlohtne- wuter-tlgbtne- s For Bad Breath TotlM, Biliooiaot, Sour Sloaaeb, Sick Headache, Bloitiof, Cm, Coaellpellon, of other result ol Indies-tioao remedy it more hifbly re than Coated a, F0UY CATHARTIC TAHITI They cause ao riptaf or nausea. Cleease the travels, sweeten ibe stomach sad beoc6t tbe liver. Never Mn. Eaufcsia Cms: "I (. Nrw TsMstt IUhm, j; y. Cwksnlc mUtUW Met Si, ms W sle McROBERTS DRUG STORE When You Oat This Tank Finished It Will Last aa Long at You'll Probably Ever Need It. Farm Poultry Exhibit Will be Made at Fair Plan already are well under way for the poultry standardization exhibit which will be made by county poul try associations for the third conse tutive year at the coming Kentucky State Pair, according to J. It. Smith, poultry extension specialist of the College of Agriculture, who will have charge of the event. At least 20 of the counties that have adopted a standard breed of poultry are expect en to enter birds in the exhibit which ha developed into one of the largest farm poultry exhibits in the county, he 'aid. Each county exhibit will be made up of 32 bird, these being divided into two pens of aged birds, two pens of young bird and three entries each in the cock, cockerel, hen und pullet classes. Entries will compete indivi dually and as county exhibit. A number of cash and special prize this year will be offered again as has been the case for the last two years. As a part of the poultry standard! Satiou campaign which has been carried on over the State for a number of years by the college extension division, the standardization exhibit at the fair has experienced a rapid development. Eight counties were represented when the event first took place two year ago while last year 111 county poultry associations sent representative birds from the (lock of their members. The exhibit has been designed to stimulate interest in pure bred poultry and at the same time afford the farmers an opportunity to exhibit hit lost birds. Odd Australian Oirds. the, icl'l dints nf Aii'irwilu are the black wun, the I) re bird, the lioney.urker and the brush turkey. Then there are several tiummuli whose young are produced from ess like those of a bird, and then nursed by Ibe mother to maturity. Anionic theae anttnat ere. the water utole or duckbill aud the imrcupliie Anions: ant-eate- or crushed feet of The aggregates should be free sticks, soli or foreign material. enough clean water should be III mixing to make concrete of a consistent-) rock. from Only Used Jell)-lik- e As the concrete Is placed It should be spaded next to Die forms In order to force tbe larger rock back Into the mass and let the mortar work out ugalust the forms, resulting In a smooth, dens-- , surface. Aa soon us the concrete has hardened sufficiently to be self sustaining, the Inside form l removed uiul tbe Interior of tlie trough given u cement wash miide by mixing cement and water until It U about as thick as cream. This wash can be put on with tin ordinary brush or The wash will make a smooth surface and Insure hn-oiwater-tightnes- That the purchaser of this franchise, or any assignee f th rurear. shall within 12 months after the date of the ratifKaUo anil approval of the Mile and acceptance of the bid by the City of I.anealr. Ky., have aa ilectric plant, pole line and equipment of sufficient M, amount and n.l capacity to adequately supply with electricity the nee.lt ami requirement Mf All wires carrying electric current shall be . maintainjd at all time the city and its inhabitants; and unless this provision s eamfitied with, the as not to endanger lite, ana an wres, cuihiuuui. mm i'i'iii"" franchise or privilege herein granted ami provided far shall at the exttansmission of electric current shall be thoroughly insulated and piration of said 11! months become and be forfeited, null aad vid. All hielded, and when the lid Insulation or covering on said wires becomes of the provision of thn franchise shall apply to any ec-- .r r assign ,, thin or iniured bv age. or otherwise, as not to be safe, said wire of the purchaser of said franchise. shall be replaced by other wires, which meet the requirements of the best SECTION No. 8. engineering requirement. I.- i. nml..rs,toad that the lutchaser will be required to use . me auej --, The purchaser shall execute bond with good surety to the eily w the way as mucn as practical ior senium iuir mm may that each, every guy wires, sum of $5,000.00 for the benefit of whom it are to cross the public square of said city, and all posts, pole, and all of the provisions, terms and conditions of the franchise shall be and the current carrying wires and cables in the entire system are to oe Kept and performed In good faith and said bond shall he kepi in force - for so constructed and maintained a not to interfere with the use of public and continuance during the life of the franchise granted anil shall ways by the public, or to obstruct the flow of water in any gutter or the protection of said City and for the protection and benefit of the citi ,irin. and the entire system shall be kept at all times in good order and zens of said City, who may be users of electricity for the fulfillment of condition, so as not to endanger life and to give good and efficient ser the condition set out in thi ordinance and the failure t keep said bond vice, and said purchaser, or any successor or assignee of sucn snau in force as required herein, at any time, shall be the cause far an annulling damage which may Mive the City of Uncaster harmless from all loss or und forfeiting of any franchise and rights granted at the option of the City public ways or other property, or to the person or property mil the City may require a renewal of said bond from time to tim If be done to its of individuals in locating, constructing, maintaining anu oorraunK ueemed insufficient. equipment under this franchise or privilege and to auume me plant or SECTION No. 9. Judgment rendered against the said City payment of and to pay all the on or against the purchaser w,ing to or caused by an act of negligence That the Mayor of the City of (.ancasier, Kentucky, shall on the list he part of said purchaser, or any of its employees, agents or cnani. day of July 1922, at 10 o'clock a. m.. at the Court House door in the ctty system in me in the erection of or maintenance of said electric lighting of Lancaster, Kentucky, offer this franchise or privilege far sale at public said City, or in the operation of said electric lighting system during me auction to the highest and best bidder, of which he will give due notice life of this grant. by adverUement In The Central Itecord In the July 20th, l'.22 and July SECTION No. 3. 27th, 11)22 issue of aid Central Itecord, and In which notice or advertisements he will Insert tht ordinance in full; and he will report to the The purchaser of this franchise shall furnish and maintain during the City Councl tt it next regular meeting the bid received, by him together ntire ternl of this franchise, an electric plant or power system which with his recommendation a to which bid he consider the highest and best, capacity and shall be equipped with two shall be of at least 150 kilowatt and the Ctty Council reserve the right to reject any and all bids and In or more dynamos, which shall be directly connected neither of which shall case the City Council refuse. to accept any bid recommended by the 60 kilowatt, and be also provided and equipped have a capacity, less than Mayor made at the sale, or in case the successful bidder refuse or fall with two or more engine and boilers, each to have a capacity to operate to pay to the City Treasurer the full purchase price within the time herethe respective dynamos, and all engines, dynamos, and other electricalii inafter specified the City Council may direct by ordinance or resolution atd machinery and appliance shall be of good construction and of i.uch franchise or privilege to be again offered for Mile from time to time, as to insure satisfactory and the best service, and the City to have due advertisement, until a satsfactory bid therefor shall be obtained. d . ys ten, In pe te d at any time, to neer- - j after the right to have the plant an gt 'i'.yUiT.e "d authorized Shall within 5 day. after the acceptance and approval of h,s bid by the -"lfght. n the efficiency of the light, fur- - City Council pay the amount o said bid In cash to the Cty Treasurer. to nspec an te th e rhat thi ordinance shall take effect after ita passage and publication r.lshed by the purchaser, any successor, transterree, or assignee oi mien said purchaser shall furnish ami keep as required by law. purchaser at any and nil time and W. F CHAM1', Mayor. convenient at all times for use by said City or it ugent. for uch Attest I'AUI. F. MOUKOW, Clerk. or test the reasonably necessary instrument and apparatus. crn 1m- de-.Il.- tJ, XZnSSi SECTION No. 4. Tbe Inside of tbe trough Is gtteu a sloie outward toward the top. This Is Important if water fivczr In the (link, the prc.ure will lift the Ice nuil thereby prevent the formation of crack in the wmIIs. Tor a trough of the size shown In the drawing, the following materials will be needed: Materials Required for Tank. 1 ft Z In, br ML Outside dlnisiln : ft In, blah Willi Floors Cvnrrtt Mlvtur- Volume of Ksnd ., Portland i'iiil Materials Required. sacks . 'onrle - ... .... I In. thkk l.Zit cu, yd ! i Ssiid mu,nm t cu. yd. I'roulrs or . 31 rod lb ) ft. reund For each addltloiml fiMit of knutii add to the foregoing quantltle: ., ,,,.! u. k I'ortUnd rno.nl lron eu. !! i., I'ttiMn or lirokm stun round UI rud eu. ft 1 eu. ft, X ft. Z lb.) MILDEW WIPED OFF LEATHER Damp Cloth or Soap and Warm Wa tcr Will Oe Found Satisfactory Then Oil Lightly. leather goods l developed on be wiped oT with a dump cloth or wushrd off wllh soup and warm water, and the leather itlle-- llghtlv with istif o nent'S'fiMit oil and well dried ufler wants. T1ieo simple meibiHls for ir- venting and remntliiK mold are satis fartury aud safa. When mildew' has It should ehariM.d under this frnnchlse for electric light and power Having something for u rainy day Is following: all right, miles It Is the rheumatism. to the inhabitant of said City shall not be in excess of the llostnli Tranerlit For lights 15 cents per kilowatt hour with a discount of 10 per cent, if the bill is rendered and wiid at the end of each month, or by the 10th of Man' Gamenest. paid the next succeeding month; thu making the rate for light, if so After all, men are game. Tbe pat t.-- o per monm 3 4 cenU per kilowatt hour, the minimum charge to be mi) tiling but ..... I'ilnu'nM lllllir U'lth II 10 tHT ha bet ii hiqie. Atchisonattractive, aud .t - ,11 ...- -.. lllol.e. yet men per meter; ior electric power - crnm cent discount if the bill I rendered and paid at the end of each month Th Pearl. power or b; the tenth of the next succeeding month, thus muking the Among nil gems, the ieiirl Is the late if so paid 10.8 cents per kllowutt hour. only on., which does not r.sp.lre ar. .. . The minimum charge for power l.ou per monin per mcier, Uncial treatment to bring out It u is o oe mr beauty. ' for each horse power or fraction thereof connected. duty of the purchaser of this franchise to render bill for light and power Quite a Nest Cgj. sucto nil their customer monthly and not later than the 3rd of the We are told that Kierett II lie once ceeding month. The rate and charge to the City shall not be In excess opened ll bank aivolllll with 4.1 cent. of the following; The rule for pumping the City water $150.00 per month. Well. I." cents at that time wa a use,, on For street and alley lights $1.50 per month per light, ine ngnts lldy bit of money. light used tbe public square in a d City to be 100 candle power und the o aa to give ol Smell. Elephant' Keen Sr on the atreet and alley to be HO candle power and maintained manuof such An elephant I the maximum candle power ns rated on the lamps made by atandaril n ilelli lite sense of smell that It I. facturers. light siild to be iilil'1 to scent a human The purchaser shall keep In repair and furnish the said street same, fall to being at u distance of l.tssi yard. and replace the lamp with new lamps whenever any of furnish good light of normal standard power, all of which Is to be done at Must First Believe. and nurchaser to furnish n few or a many light at Uellef I power. Only Insofar a a the ame rate a the City may desire. The above rote shall be in effect man believe strongly, mightily, can slitrintr th wntirw tariil ll t this franchite but they may be, at the end of lie act cheerfully or do uuythlng that two year, from the date that thla franchUe oe into effect be either la worth the doing. V W. ItoberUon. following lowered or raiss-- by the City, through IU board of Council, in the Turkish Hobby. resolution citing ald purchaser manner aald Cltv Council may adopt Finger-nai- l dye Is a hobby of all th to appear before It. to .how why .aid rates all or any of same should not fastidious women of the belter clas be lowered, or said purchaser may file with the City Council a petition In Turkey, Not Just hIIIi or pink iutu la used, but actual red and all or mv of said rate and charges. either event a ichedule of rate and charge which shall be fair and gold and blue are applleiL ri.. r,.te Wet.We.ther Woe. Shakespeare' Work.. clerk In a Chicago tunic store knocked off hi feet the other day when a war uilllliHijIre onUrtsl "everything that fellow ShakesiMjtre baa written and anything be ttuy write la the future." A December alights Author. iKivmlier seems to luie been an unlucky month for literary ceMirttle. i.eorge Kllt, Hubert llrownlng. Ma(.I(Ul died UlU III Atlhl .,,, . ,,,, Ird TrolH. i,olm ,, ,,, ,uv, lleceluber. ... pusei Strong on Potatoes In New York. The city of New York twl U,2U carload of potutis In tbe course of a .sir. which Is about equal ! two of Its nearest rhals lu the line. Chicago U seeoild, follow.il by I'hlladelphl i. Pittsburgh. St. biU Mini Kansas city. tuber-devouri- In Health Mlm From Otnedictin, In the early Mldd u. s the monk had .11 school of public health nil I h)g.e ... Ir. John Htihrah of the Marviuud College of l'ti)lcluus and Hurgism. tells about It In a rlew of a mm translation of the regimen of Salerno. Salerno. Dr. Hiihroh lnt out, wus the plara where thn lleiiedlcline al school wiu Imnled, It w.i, i o,t of offshoot of the great Itcuedlrtliia monastery at Monte Cnsslno, halfway between Itoma and Naples. Iteiio-dlctlIh-.r in.-l'.- . The Contral Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday, July 20, 1922 IMP immij Prfcrj an Q& J Passenger CarTites ami Tubes, effec-tU- e Mny Mii, ore not - - !i:----- --- THE RING i ' By ACNCS Q. DROQAN rnM. itsi. Wirtm . S.ppr :: i ""-- 'tmUlac dwwn tlH- - Mil m,Hi, to tr jn rprane lili .i tow earsfn wH. Naw My I" aor faSHrtlw MHt, while he NsaH tMtk Jtaixv him! IH mil yMii man f ii' "H" Im- - W $1022 &. J 30x32 "G" Tread at THE G people of tire dickering than $10.90 lias cured anything that has hudnj; Ih'ch iiicfmVd. fni'ii tlncvr, to riHI Kiinting rudti WH Iho rxMil. 'Mi'' ywin JwafMi Hfler his trrafiiin anil rr iwrnitl. ho(hlHg n Mull of relief. "I muni ho eareful," ho tnhl the Ktrl. "ami mi- - that d not hnpiien aOln; my llnger'K crowing Ihlninr ) twr fault, iirolinhly." He rnst a side gtariro nt hrr. .N'MOfe lenneil fnrw'Ari! to exninlne the rlnir. Ilnire VHnnern hent liU un niMTfil henil until .his iliirk Imlr lirnliii hers. "Ye," he I'Spliilniil, "iinilMinl nml McnlHrnnt. The SHpplMre l set like ii n i')e In it Imml of enainel etlvitl cold, l The rlnS the IHotto, 'I Hewa slien to iHf liy n winlllij ch Itallst, who haiprnii m he i Hfi'lMiC fnmil nt my father Thl man nener tnaile n ileal, or serlou senture. with-osi- t t1rt nnulllnc the eye fur lt slshm of success. The ring hail Chin to him hy un Cunt Imllnn im-In tx rhant. ho enmevtly helli-sei- l lt Irw-'Ie -' ln-er tail on lt psaee a lilnro IiimMOi' a strwit rlow," li hiMI, Ills hrt.it, ii rlHg hi-- r lli"l anl n ol n If you never put your foot upon the first round Indilcr, you will never get to the top. Deriding to start it ensy; Actually starting is more difficult; but after you hnve started the way Crows easier as you progress, for success begets confidence, and confidence widens and broadtns you. Let your first bank deposit be ever so small, having started you will desire to make each succeed, ing deposit a little larger and there is no limit. John D. Rockfcller's first bank deposit was perhaps smaller than the one you can afford to make today. rtalrsoynnt M-- s kiwit.m happened in the past five years. When you find a tire value like this you're done with shopping around. Tins $10.90 price establishes a new record for tire economy in this community. THOS. PIER ATT "Hut." nsketl Nanre. slulllni:, "how th mystic eye iniike known Its reHillnKl" Itruee gaieil ipilnlinlly nut nrro the tlieailows. mnn "In a straneely, uneMtn l cit." he nplliil. "nil Its illrei-tlnsiaiulstakahle." "Yon," Nanee askeil "hnse wiHtht Its iiilvlcel" TJie )ouriK limit iiihIiIiiI. "Many ." ilimn from the wnll. Mie "I Bill Ruing home," she iliflareil Imichlncly : "loti make me feel ,rle." lie leil her, hl stronu hmwneil hand Ik her nrtn, hU nilmlrlng eye on eheeks. her Inlie the home Using room NnnreV her. Aunt HirnnsleV family il fare wore a frown, nml l.lllle liny, after one quirk Rlnnre at N'anee's Blowing rheeks. left the room. Ihen mother's smile was strained, iiimi-i'illy. g uiiij.unut .uniiuiinL Annual Hen Culling To be Started Soon mTI7CNQE "NATMNAI RAUL uniiii ,ll'iil nth rose-flushe-d cri-ete- pHle-fiire- recommend G &. J Tires and Tubes Mert :i spring. suuiHier Hit summer t wirier without I'rom the Ttser Nature (rfiuoi' intuit from winter to r fnuii a fall. N.turt Faking. Tht Limits of Clehere. A. V. ;. write- - thai "Inn In 1' ..nils he tried lit Iwy a inline.. u- - r mid VV i otTervd the be tr ) :i 1 Hint MMH IKiluli.l ( (lie printed ktalesttstlt imi the i4it pJje 'I'rkv 2 irstts Ih uly ml il.inl.o, ( i , 'lid the elsewhere It nil imy. ")(pti' etsyw lief e." m Hi.ii-m- ii 1 se ets ti.,ii fr ,u Enotlari Currency. dvll war In Knslimd as quaint 4ecv nf money went struct. Ctiartea 1 minted nu nf tie platw that m given in hltu by tlse Cavaliers, In unlrr In jr his troop tnarhliirry not being In th avallshlis culrm win1 y way They hitc taunt of all ha ami sites, uinl made of any metal from culil to evter, lu thorn tmuhled times ii .iiiy towns Issued tlirlr own money j it Mir form of tokens, which were .mil)- nval ur oblong In atia an made of liaM metals. OeVd VHaint Um lrvr rough-and-read- trik - NEW FARM TRUCKS AND TRACTORS the follouine new trucks and tractor foreclosed on monffJcr, All wc want i to ict money loaned on them A profitable haiy trrrm can lie arranged Inspection invitrd Write ut. opportunity for1 dealers STARTLING PRICES ON Wc offer NEW-NEVE- R BEEN USED Midwest Utiliton ton Acc Trucks with all- weather cab, electric lights, starter and pneumatic tire ton Diamond Truck with cab ton Indiana, with cab 21 11 FACTORY PRICES 5 300 00 OUR PRICES of MllleV hern. nsmiV Lllllr Hay," inottier gently reinlml-el- . laimlnt-men- t "Is sery frail, Nance: might go hanl with her." she wore wns not Tlie hniwn ilre as henimlne as uual, Hmce Manners thought, when Nnnre met him later at the ilmir. "You sahl onre." Nanre hurriedly higan. "that you would like to prove your friendship for me. hy some Money to loan on farms, Tm aklng the favor now, Ilnire. List your farm for ale priv Will you let me take your ring I want It to advise me." ntely or at auction. -Certainly." the young mnn agreed; Office over J. W. Smith'a Store. "hut the ring sees for Its owner nlone Niir.ri'-ltieTo him only It give i sign." M. S. "Still I'd like to take It." she per-lShe leaked hark nt hlin, an mile rurvlng her llp "I iiiioe,' she iimekeil. "this unennny ring will one day direct you to the DENTIST woman you are to mnrry?" Office over Tk Garrard Bank. Ilnire Manners sKike seriously. "I Phoo Oflica S. RcilfJanc 376. inn sure," he until, "that the sapphire's KENTUCKY. LANCASTER. eye, then, will not he more hlue than her own." l.lllle Hay wns In the living room playing the piano, the last leg dying In the fireplace. O.M 12TR O "These spring evenings," she colli' limited plalneil, "are so chill. I en n't walk 1'rncticc to diagnosing and outside. You uml llruor will walk, I Aunt l'hron!e. "My ilear," "hasen't you ailmlrers enough of jimr own. that you timt make n compieM tli. Ilntf, Green Clay Walker Law And Real Estate r. tober or November, after which they grow their new feathers rapidly while 'ow producing hens stop laying early grow their new Wi'thin the next few weeks, thous. .n the summer and slowly during July and Au- ami poultrymcn m feathers ands of farmers practically every ection of the State gust. As a rule, they do not start laying until the following spring. w !l turn to the annual fall culling of In culling the (lock, the length of their poultry flocks in order to eliminate 'nt producing hen and bring time that the hen has been loafing more economical production can be determined by the renewal of about of poultry specialists at the feathers. The body feathers ore College of Agriculture say. Culling shed first, the tail feathers next and usually can he started as early us then those of the wing. Color changes the middle nf July, this being the dve to heavy laying take place in the time, of the year when the tirt hens vent, beak and thanks of yellow-skibreeds. The different parts of the stop laying and go into a molt. All hens that stop laying at this body tend to bleach and become white season of the year are nut poor la- as the stored fat in the body is used yer, the poultrymen say, a number of for egg production. The vent changes cause being responsible for hens go- quickly with egg production so that ing into a molt. Among these are the white or pink vent means that sickne, improper feeding, broodi-nes- s the bird is laying. Heavy production also is shown by and lice and mites. However, if the Jloek has been properly cared the quality of skin, heavy layers havfor und fed a laying ration contain- ing a soft, velvety skin that is not ing some animal protein, such as underlaid with layers of hard fat. If tankage or buttermilk, and some hens the comb, wattles and earlobes are stop laying to molt there can be no large, full and smooth or hanl anil doubt that these are low producers. waxv the bird la lavlnir heavilv. Heavy layers produce eggs thru-ou- t I Birds that have a dried comb at moltthe summer and moit late, in Oc ing time usually arc not laying. eg, . HATFIELD TO GARRARD COUNTY FARMERS Kentucky Joint Stock Land Bank will make loans on Garrard, Lincoln and Boyle County Farms up to The note that never comes due. Forty-yea- r $45,000.00. privilege. Communiloans with cate by phone or letter with pre-paymc- nt DR. J. J. BYRNE lT lT 125.00 -2 f 2800. 00 fl bSOOO 1200.00 2S00.00 cheap. -2 15 2400 00 Several used investigation. trucli ' 4H00.00 (. n. b. Louisville and tractor alio tn be sold very . correcting defect KtliMe." of Eyesight by Nance hastily ended the frail girl's fitting of feura. the ".Vn." she replied, "I'm going upproper glnivs. stairs tn write, llruee will come In KENTUCKY. DANVILLE. here, l.lllle, I want yniMo tin someOpposite Gilcher Hotel. Put this "ring of hi thing for me. 1 to S p.m. Olica Hour 8 to 12 aad on our flnter for safe keeping, and when Unite eomew In give It to hlin, Here, you might sing Ii 6. B. Swinebroari, Lancaster. We Guarantee SpeiiU well of Ky This. hute a high regurtl for llostmi Trunserlpt. others and they will jour word. Museum Has Many Copies of Bible. There ure !.( copies of the Hilda in (ho llrlllsh tntiseum. Wild Horte Lives Longer. shite the horse Ihes to he in .mi thirty Iho In forty ycnis old, while the tloiiii-siihorse Is old at years t.en,li-thIn ii wild e Worth song. 'I Addrriv KI.M GARAGK, Inc 426 South 17th St. (Hankers Acents) LOl'ISVIU.K, KY, J. A.Beazlev hUNERAL DIRECTOR Oilier Over National Hank, tie sidencr I'hom 3. Olficr i'hone 27 I.ANCASTKK, KY. You. him the ring." "My! It Is beautiful!" luliiiod. Ieur.' that' pretty. Then she she ex ltve rmt estate tigi-ti- t liuil been engaged to tlrhi' n pmpettlve purchumT and tntr In th hU wtfi owr u lursc limn, iil of Kiiklmi'l l.ll ormi u to uilopt, trliil uml luiil MilnHf A KIllllV Of tho AMOIil'llll HHllnil, A Hard to Deal. Ilii 1'iir wihiimI uIomk Uf lnin til nut I tin- - uimhIh of Hi iiinS)rl,. l, lio mill. Mini "Ami ii 'Uu'roa ft oliil twrk. mot nn'inloui uml Iniiim liliic out In ' iH In' tiH"''! n' 'ii'l was i". tn rui for uu' lt!M i ii- In I il lvt Garrard National Farm Loan Assn Federal Farm Loans: RATE OF INTEREST 5 CENT. For information see G. B. SWINEBROAD, Name ank down en the floor of her own room to ret her face against t on' loving bead. Centcloua Rtctltud. "Just nlH'tit now." she murmured, I"uysllliw I'm tin cat lliat tiritis 'l.lllle Is looking up from her song the hlrI. Xi'w York Is giving Mill Into Unice s fare--sh- e the rlnc the rlHlnoyant ring. Anil Understanding. llruee will know It's n slim, lam, don't umler tlmt Tn How could It be other than n sign of ihihI ost'IIiIiii: l the woman he Is to marry V MiIiImiII (HqI- Vh n Nam e could hour It no longer, VETERINARIAN. Inrri'H down the Ma Irs. l.lllle wns Not Till Then. Call roni.il) II r o not In the living room, Hruce wn An,wril ilri'Hin will Tlio iiiotorlM tin re piking itlmllt the iletnl fire with Nitl.t Ihon. 317. eniiii' trilit vsluii u Kultoil of ifiinlllii SMrprlsod Into art Ion, Nance a ktlck il 'sill t a 'ar uml esrry tire l I KENTUCKY cross.il to hi side. Ills riltlliint smile II lilllllnii lil'lii. greettil Iter, breathlessly she wulted, he stihl seven'' "Well. Nance-llie.e,Oil, Splatht I), "you trusted ii Mor messenger, Knmi ii Strj- "Th4r n' nu't for l.lllle, tossing my ring to lutis. Iirt'athtixt iiioiiit'iii uml swum to the llstlo It Into the lire by mistake me, tossed v i!i'ther.M tie Imllg And when I suit! Miilitli,' nsntly, tlNgilstedly dejiarteiL Weakly, remorsefully, Nance dropped Into it chair. Then u sudden hlue We positively will nut permit fox shot Into the ulr to drop llatly hunting or h'inting of any character fli'itinher outstretched palm, Into or trespassing on our farms. Any "I dislodged It thut lime," llruee violator sill be prosecuted. ' Manners cried excitedly; turning, he J. S. Schooler. Kdgar Price, W. A. met the wouderltig gttie of Nance-ItosPrice, Joe Criscillls, T. J. Price, II. On her uulstretched pulm Hit I.. Klkin, II. M. Lear. It. L. Darker eye twinkled up at tUin. Dollter-ntelIt. F. Parson, Marinda Longsworth, triumphantly, llruee Munners J, P. Ulaml, and Hughes Hros. came o clasp Nunco In his arms. Secy-Tre- a. (Other names will be .tdded upon "You can't best tbst old ring, my (tf.) dsar," he said. the payment of 25 cents) ' lli-rn- Dr. Printus Walker Meaning of Red t An approaching hiirrlnii e inuy Iho atmosphere ii..i t..e rays nt 'kin piisslng tltrouk.li Ii r more ihan .i Ho iiMind mile. mu th Selentltlc Aliieriluit. When it It .. t, .nlorrd ' tirrlemic sunset U seen during !' season Mow Hie llilm i 11 imrullel, even when there Is no t u'nr fall In pressure. It is wise in y to sa'ety. l This it we inspiring ..imn inuy i prettsle the sin r chuul i 'itrt, i n s by fn and limy he I i .iiIiik , n of of the tl.r'gero mull dluiueter nf-'iv. . i . Dwindling Race. The Npulalloti of the Islands of the Munition group Is dwindling very Thirty ytiirs ago the total win fxl.um whereas today It Is hut '..rn. Ily M.n.e it Is claimed Hint the r . v 'oimnt in iil in decline as soon Ha the ii.is.si In wear n.,rei t.itigl-- i hit! Ii CWllllleirm) - m Tuh.ii iilosis. w hh Ii iknovii hi fore ut cue . rai.t' the imthes liH'i't hi-- simr-lllllit'- r POPULAR EXCURSION - Hunters Beware CINCINNATI SUNDAY, ROUND TRIP FARE July 23rd 1922 PER Spsclal Train Lsavst Danvllls 6i00 A. M. Returning SpacialTraln Leave Cincinnati 6il0 P. M. DsIwImI isiiMmatKM. upom $2.00 PROM DANVILLE (CsatiilTiail) . pfli$lUm to Aal Hid unuai Record Lancaster, Ky. Thursday. July 20. 1922 anauvauaatrn Wic F.iulkner Dry Cleaning establishment. n DanWHe W rnn at th street, an1 will Mit (By I.nnto Hullon Land) Dry Cleaning RATES i same place, a first c That "Publicity Manager" went to and Pressing simp. Slng-tniertions Ic word work with a will. II v he time far Suits cleaned, Sflt., riwined an I No ad taken for lets thail Sue the second meeting of the Clover pressed. 1 1.2. A trial will he great! , Comer's Improvement Club ,hli cojunin. jfo a.U In thl Phone SSI. lea! of Intere.t and not a l.ttle curi-jpd.l Saitlf and Pulltn. Don't mi It the demonstration in. iy nnu oeen ninii'fii n 10 jusi y of the (Sreat Majestic Itange at the Seven injrtin. for the what thev nronnsiM to do. Quite it S ' tore of Conn llrolhers, all tht week. Bids rnce of live. U,e audience hail congregated when J If you will let the factory expert Mis Pattie called the nouse to order Phone orderi'mut he (Mid Bid will he receive i b 'a un' r J how you how the Majetic Uange promptly. for the meeting after she had sent sgnwl r.HHinltlee. until Avgu! IStn, r. made, you will sec why It ha it and girl happily on iiiric.VjCiniKinsrXjrKUXKXxacaKKlOW title Ihe the )rhool-bo- y 10l:y, for the cmtrtirtian Knr with a KrPuUllon. mile ef tarnptls. from the af 14 week-end'- s rcsp.te their way for a . irate of .1, take n look at the free et of from studio. FOIl SAI.K: Sound ear corn, by ' cooking utenslU that ga with eery J. C. Baiter t ts Whit UcV pike, With her alstnnce little Mrs. the wagon toad. Hudon Parnau. Mnjetlc Itange old during thi week in Oarrard County. StirV atmn I enn Iw tain Lonir, who had once been a teacher (It.) and requlrome nt only. n before she had become n from Jn. Dsvis. at Pftint I. k Agents Wanted Men or women, Stock Dealer In the market to ell Amly Daviw. Cimm tt-- e duties, had gathered with countle unnecessary) , whirl-'A- . me of the older girl for an in. i.r buy cattle, hog or sheep. Phone (Kxpericnrc Jno. DnrU Hand-madseller. Omi.ha Carrier A Brown, wind J. C. Ballard t resting program. j"IIKC()IM).UlISH." Something new. ((5.1.7t..p.l ) o It.) I ,ttle Hote Slnnlhvood brought a 'Agent delight, quick sales and large ,m le with a Mini; about the bird anil Strayed from my place a black profits. Write quick, or nv time "Stunt" flyr siimr "tnr are flowers; old Mm. Mite didn't sow. Liberal reward. Pone of "it and wild StS cent Silver or tnmp on a wr wtth all the vtay in her reading Lancaster Kxcunge. sample and wheleale pTicei Ad- automobile 4a. Te ooHr they the latest faston but she dlfplaycd (lt.-pdIjincaster. for in Charlie Scott, n Servire, Hox kill themseive air the dress Martin it wilt a "willing mind;" Mrs. James' baby Neb. be far other. 116, Mr. Carpenter: FOIt HBNTt cried but that didn't- - hurt the meet- Three nice large (7.50-11.- Harney Station, Omaha, ) . ,..most 01 the women were accu A.., il..,.. ......... ...It.l.t.. .IF. II..V1I.inrIII,, It..'. ICT,lt,.--- PM, .. Dos your kit of tools plcnsc you? IN THE DISTRICT OF THE tomed to that; the program might' house keep. nc. With front and back Even if it does, come in and see how you Mis Fannie Uithop. UNITED STATES FOP. 3 not have been of interest to a high- - parch. Our better Tool help improve your kit in our store. h educated assemblage but the worn For hort time only The John J you to do better work and earn more money. EASTERN DISTRICT OF en at that meeting enjoyed it. ..Itich nlace of 1 acre. exceptionally Some nice P' ! Every well regulated home should contain an cj KENTUCKY IN BANKAfter the few rending, and song' fl" SAI.K: "provl. .m the Fall I.ick pike, two We have complete Tool Sets for jg md discussion. wrt .Inlshed. the 0 ttml Chlna ,1oan, U ,rw outfit of tools. miles from Lancaster. A real home RUPTCY JW very moderate prices. MS' at real lurgaln. See D. A. Thorn.- -, cha rmnn asked for a dUcuMlet, of r 1 I c Walker. r Mr. It.ch on the In the matter f B. M. V what might be done by the Club in Runt, 5 For anything in Hardware come to us, be- -- a rtt 11! ''' , Ky" farm. j 4 the way of Improving the school. rupt in Bankruptcy. cause "Of course the men and women of OUR HARDWARE WEARS My residence on( poll SAI.K: To the Creditor of tku Uankrop Over the community are interested to a I,exingtn street. Possession im- - ( n herehy gtvn that Netke certain extent. I know you all want me.liat.-lReason for selling, leav-- l Will sell the following cheap: July 12th, I I'M, the said bankrupt, ! a good I felt that every school and C. . Turner.' Cider mlUV, Uwn and Porch swtngs, of Judton, ing city. yarrard County, Kr j one needed to be awakened 11 to the gras tucky, wa duly adjutd Bankmule yokes, wheel barrows building pot:bilttles for helping and snathes, blades, screen doors and rupt, and that the first meetlnj f Notice: Bring me your corn, barley window screening, frceiers. chums, his crediters will be heki at the up the school," Mt rattle sahl. Cur Mr. W. M. Black and daughter "The new school building will be or any ether feed you want crushed. Bom pump. Allumlnum Ware and House In Incater. Kentucky, J UPSON and Virginia Ray, were guests Wed- ready before another school year. I Prompt scrvko. Prices right, . many other articles. Boss ovens, July 22nd, at U:W A. M at Harry P. Kdwanl. know you are all proud of the beau- Mr. Sim Ray spent Monday with nesday of Mrs. Tom Pollard. 14.00; bale ties, S 1.75, barb wire, time the Creditor may pd.) Misses Agnes and Hallie Ray were tiful bu lding but members of the Marccllu. Ky. St.60; I'nns Oreen .tucts. Mr. Sarnie Ray. prove their claim. aH" n week-enguests of Miss Vernie I.ee County Hoard have done thoir part in J. II. Mount & Company. Trustee, examine In Ba'nkrup' a : Miss Etta Ross was the guest SunFor convenience ef the farmer and Hurt and attended the pie supper at building; the men have done a lot na transact such other huslne day of Mrs. Newt Grow. Sycamore. by purchaing the grounds; hits of trader and wur friend, we have for Notice of Dissolution properly come before said n g Mrs. Prichett, of Stanford, Is t in our ' Mr. and Mrs. Andy Adams enter- things could and should be dene be- their us Mr. and Mr. John Yater. Notice i hereby given that the Danville, Ky., July 12, t9.".' and For Sale" boar. When you tained Sunday severnl friend in hon-o- r fore the school year begins." NKLSON D MODKS Mr. and Mrs. Buford Smith spent "I should say so," interrupted Mrs. have stttck to sell or want Ui buy firm of Francis - Smith ha disolved of Mr. and Mr. Virgil Ward, of Referee in Kankrup'. Mrs, Francis buying Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. John Ray. Lexington. we are often asked t send a buyer partnership. Wiley whose home is noted for its Now in order to NOTK Creditor canno' pr: the entire business. stock for a purchaser or to locate Mrs. Nannie Ray and daughter The pie supper at Sycamore was (lowers and shrubs. "What do you think of speoificly?" and sometime forget. You will find wind up the business, we ak that all patQ in the ranagvment af tixr.es spent Friday with Mrs. Odus Naylor. quite a success, the proceeds amountthese btmrds convenient and we want knowing themselves indebted to the tate of th dUiributlon of astet unand the highest inquired Mis Pattie, seizing the op- you to use them. ",' Mr. and Mr. C .R. Naylor spent ing to about above firm will pleae call and set- til they prove their claim .nn fm portunity to let some one else speak Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Newt pie brought $3.7fl. Mrs. Itella A. Francis required by the JUnkrupto A. 1 The Oarrard Bank A Trust Co. tle at once and thus spread the .nteret. Grow. Misses Ida and Helen Simpson Mis Iva Lee Smith file same with the Kefere.it ) "Why, most nil the .chiHl-grtum- l Mr. and Mrs. Tom Tracey spent were guest Saturday night and Sun- I ever saw were bare, ugly places Sunday with Messrs. Will and Perry day of Mrs. James Foster and attendome of them looked like they had ed the p.e supper at Sycamore SatLong. been scraped down to the rockv 1 Mesdames Patsy and W. M. Simp-o- n urday night. love Douer and grass and s.une'tb.ng spent Monday with Mrs. L. L. July is the month to return your glowing all about me an I always I know how I hated to go to Kvery property owner have. Matthews. Ray and L W. and male citixen -- I years of age, in school at Bald Point where the school Messrs. Sarnie Smith attended court at Stanford Garrard county is requested to come house set in a spot no one wanted to my olTice and give me their as- for anything else." Monday. A. T. Scott. Tax Com. sessment. "It sure deserved it name," interMr. and Mrs. Raymond Durchefl jected Mrs. Kane, who had also go inwere guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. If you want your wife to forgive to school there. I'm for making our J. W. Dailey. you, spill the beans before some one new school grounds a pretty as we Mrs. J. W. Dailey and sons were else beats you to it. can just as quick as we can." guests Sunday of Mrs. Nannie Ray "How would you suggest thar we and family. Radium has been materially re- do it." inquired Miss Pattie. Mr. SuIe Prest6n""was the guest duced in jirice, it now being possible And then followed a discussion in last week of Mr. and Mrs. James to look at it through a glass case at which many Joined. Several plans Clark and family. ($100 a squint. were promoted. One thought best to divide the ground into plots a signing a certa.n iortiun ' each wo. man. Others thought gr.mp work better. Some olfered one suggest on and sonic another. A: i so ou of ja the plans and plotting emerged !ut last the plan best suited t" a!1 T tea 'ers were iho-..in' t it c tPttn divided in two group Mr-- W.!t". was chose- - tn Imit anil I 't it :n.n one group and Mr Kane the ' ',cr I. Rewrite the groi'n'- - were v n tuu sections. Karh wo-- . ,iu wh expect! to plan with and P. M. ON i hit group. At lb end af tiw mhool year eummitU.' was to ljulge as to the bosi work .tone ami IN LANCASTER, KENTUCKY Most improvement made ami the los-- I rig side was to furnish the "wit" In thk way .t was hop-- j Garrard County Is invited to the Big ;n to create a greater interest. Mercer County Fair Why, yes! The plan was a sue-- J From Barrenness To Beauty Classified Column for Shop I and HoiftC. 11 Don't forget that we are now nxeu 5 up to do your auto painting ami trim-- I ming. All kind of top curtain ami We can make V cushion repairing. y your old top look like new with a coat or two of our Klantlc top drcs- Ing. It s water proof and preserve the fabric and will not crack. llaelden Brtw. Oarage. , '. Notice We have bought 1 Wanted J - ,lo farm-uoma- e (7-a- pre-n.un- lOU-O, sic .) Aye-Wo- fr -- cn tf Farm For Sale ((7-l.1-f- .) . c'rT" v """Jw. . I cmTOfflmmmm d WALKER BROS. Stocked ati : visl-t.n- stllce--"Wante- t.) (7-2- i DANVILLE STREET AT RESIDENCE niHODSBUfil -i FAIR $5,500 -- Mil! klioD 1 uvuv AT 2:30 THE PREMISES one-stor- ' fr cee. JULY 25, 26, 27 AND 28, 1922 j ' When the time came for school to op. n just loads of plant were ready f the beautified tion of the grounds IN PREMIUMS - $5,500 Biggest and Best County Fair in Kentucky 11 BIG ROADSTER RINGS 11 5400 ON POULTRY $400 $500 ON BEEF AND DAIRY CATTLE $500 $600 ON FOX HOUNDS $600 SEE THE $1,000 HOG SHOW John C. Weber's Prize Band of America. Bik'-Carnival on the road with two Jazz Bands. Open day and night. Mm. Embry of the Famous Shakertown Inn will furnish dinner. Clell Coleman, Sec'y. Buford VanArsdall, Pres. et the building. Utile planting oul I be done for that yvar on no- but count of the work in pregre 'ire were plenty of (Hits ami baxos to be set so they were ready with bright geranium, waxy begonia, '"iia.'j bloomers," spreading vines mi' other plant to give, an air of ctu rfulnes and beauty where bar- r. and ukIImvm would have held swa without IBem. During the fall and spring month plantings were made lt r ruiieiit Ltittjl ' ill I,,.. ,. ti. , iili.ni. tla.k r.t.i.. ... .... .... wn at. I walks; to screen the outbuilding from view. In a year's time you could scarcely recoKtuze the spot and it I hoped to make it more beautiful each year. Kvery one obeyed the spread that Mrs. Kane's group had to provide and it would be Ijard to And a group any where containing more enthusW another spirit and aim, help-onthan the Club at Clover Corner. , ' ..m..-....e. stlck-to-itivn- t and Wednesday, July 26, TMc IU I y rosidcnue on south side of Danville sti'fpt Thr nnwlv built, and the "Kinnaird in Lancaster, Ky., adjoining the G. C. Walker place." I ; m sV woll huilt dwelling, four vorv lariro and airv rooms, with twn -w F - ' - " - 7 w . small rooms communlcatinfi:, large basement, large front yard, garden , ,.i r i ii i i, ui t...... :r..t anaao i.. iuwu. i uuiiumui irees, and poultry 101, a snmu uuin ui in some fruit. One extra good barn, and one good cistern at barn. ij. Terms made known on day of sale. Mrs. Emory McWhorter.